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PUBLISHED EVERY TFTRSDAY MORNIN
-BY
The Sentinel-Journal Company.
THoPsoN & RicEEY, PRors.
0. TH0MPSON, EDITOR.
Subscription $1.00 Per Annum.'
Advertising Rates Reasonabl
Entered at PicKens Postoffice as Second Cla
Mail Matter
PICKENS, S. C.:
Thursday, June 4, 1903.
A NEW BOTEL IN PICKENS.
"That Pickens is the best place
in South Carolina in which to
ss the hot months of summer
1 own fact., but for some
6eason or other, heretofore visi
tors from the lower parts of the
State have not been encouraged.
The accommodations have been
poor and those who came have
had to board at various private
homes out in the country, where
at best one must put up with
much that was inconvenient and
where the solitude is well nigh
oppressive.
All this will be changed now.
With the comnpletion of the hotel
which is being built by Mr. T. D.
Harris, one of the most progres
sive merchants in the town, Pick
ens will have a modern and
strictly up-to-date house, espec
ially adapted to the comfort and
pleasure of the summer tourist.
About July 1, the building will
be thrown open to guests. It is
a well proportioned frame and
brick building of three stories,
and contains forty rooms, all of
which are well lighted and ven
tilated. A piazza twelve feet in
width encircles the entire build
ing and the halls are wide and
cool.
From the dining room the vis
itor will have an unsurpassed
view of Glassy and Si Mile
mountains, neither tof which is
more than three milesdistant.
From the upper story a bean
tiful view of Bald Knob, Table
Rock, Caesar's Head an.bther
well-known peaks can be had.
The building will have w#AW
works and a telephone w; con
neck with the Bell" em.
aesof a family
as hotel managers, and it
is safe to say that no guest of his
'will ever regret having come to
enjoy the delightful climate, the
delicious water and the beautiful
scenery of Pickens."
The above clipping from the Pi<
ens correspondent in the News at
- -. . i dvari
their local interests is true not or
-. because it helps them but it he]
- Pickens, and when Pickens is helpe
'the whole community takes courag
as it were, and new life springs in
works and the community interei
thrive.
Mr. Harris is building a hotel
proportions most creditable tG Pi<
ens. It would be a credit to a
town in South Carolina, and espe
ally is it an attraction in a place thi
like Pickena, bids for the sumrm
business in the hotel line. It will
''with the n
esarv -ill insure
was terprise, a
to wise mi
*ig, n the endt,
mn.,.d he m~ent to Pi<
ens.
This spirit of investment speaks
confidence in the future of Pickens
a confidence most commendable.
The people are moving all aloi
the line. Lots are being bought al
new dwelling houses are being phe
ned and built. The merchants
building substantial brick structou
additional to their already commo
.ou :ame buildings. They are
vith the spirit of substant
*, and they are placing th
- . in a form of real estate and
~e where only a little time v
prove that they are making no m
take.
Pickens is growing. She can't he
growing with so much of rich al
fast developing territory contributi:
to st.ch growth. And the people
unanimous in this movement towar
bringing this town to the realizati
of its natural possibilities.
We can't speak too much for Pi
ens. Every concerted effort to gr
means a mutual prosperity for to
and country, and our people real
this and are moving for it.
A fortune teller in New York I
struck a new plan of telling fortun
lie does it by the lines on the sole
a person's foot, and claims that it
just as reliable as palmistry, whicl
probably is.
The United States will be sure
have trouble on the isthmus of P
ama when the work on the canal
gins. More men have died tb
than in any place of a like size in
world
Rosedale, Kan., had an election 1
week, which was won by the vote
the wvomen. The progressive pa
hired a lot of automobiles to ta
voters to the polls, and the womx
fairly fought for the pleasure of r
ing in them and voting the progr
sive ticket.
Commenting on the Postoffice 1
* artinent scandals and Postmasi
them, the Galveston News (Dem.)
says: '-Irregularities' and 'inexcu
sable extravagance' are merely soft
terms applied to relatives, friends and
workers in the party, whose misap
propriations of public money have
been accidentally discovered. Our
dictionary is something wonderful.
Isn't it? A thief is not always a thief
in this country."
e. An awful cyclone struck Gaines
ville, Ga., Monday afternoon at about
6 2 o'clock, and left debris, ruin, de
struction and death in its path. The
seene beggars description. The three
top stories of the Gainesville cotton
mill was completely destroyed, At
the new Pacolet mill all of the cot
tages were destroyed. Stores and
dwellings in the city proper were de
stroyed. Latest reports estimate
that over 200 people are dead and
fully 500 injured.
Clerk of the Board RepUea.
Editor Sentinel-Journal:
In your issue of the 21st of May a
lengthy editorial appears: "Turn on
the Light," in which you make some
very serious charges against the Clerk
of the board of County Commission
ers, which I am forced from a sense
of duty to reply.
I dislike very much to be drawn
into this uncalled for controversy.
I am not seeking notoriety through
the press, but standing on the defen
sive and propose to ans .ver for myself
touching those things whereof I am
accused-I am not an officer of Pick
ens county-but I am here as clerk
of the board of County Commission
ers; not as a matter of choice either.
I had hoped that when you purchased
The Journal plant, that you would
lead off in marshalling the masses
along all the lines of progress. I
was not looking to find you trying to
create distrust, and sowing seeds of
discord. The press is represented as
an engine of power, and that power
is-either for good or evil-and ought
to be handled with care.
Yoo seem to have gone out on the
war path of late. You had thought
to leave the Commissioners alone and
lt the matter drop, but not beiD
satisfied with the 40'ginvou gr-e
Stephens-and-Welborn, you a e
newd the attack, and include the
- -erk of the board and give him a
little spanking. Well, we shall see
later how that will work. You have
sniffed the breeze and want some one
to believe that there is something
wrong up the branch-the stench is
very great-and you have decided
that it is in the Commnissioners office,
and call upon the Grand Jury to get
ready for the prey -but the case is
such an offensive one-better send off
k- and get some one from a distance to
dlook after this matter. Where on
earth would you expect to get better
men than is' Un the panel of that
d~Grand Jury? Men tried and true
c Chosen because of their fitness for
at the important trust confided in them.
p.This office was not so offensive last
cfear. It was a splendid place for
you. A place that you visited fre
17 quently. I am aware that you are a
s little bit sore. The tax payers know
ad what's the matter with you. The
,light will be turned on in due time,
oand we shall see where the extrava
gance comes in. I am not authorized
tto say one word for the Commission
ers. They are able to take care of
of themselves. I have been watching
k the Commissioners, and there can be
no doubt but what they are acting in
2ygood faith; doing all in their power
i- to give the people better roads, with
t, as little expense as possible. They
er are working and planning almost day
and night to make thoir administra
tion a success. The people are call
c ing for better roads; the business of
its the county demands it. I don't
rid blame the people, they ought to have
n better roads. I say hurrah for the
people. Demand good roads and
a-stand by your Commissioners as long
kas they do right and use your money
judiciously, and let this little croak
a ing kicking crowd, who think they
- can hol-1 the world by the tail, and
stop progress, try it, and see where
they will be landed. Nobody scared
g or hurt yet.
d Now, as to my voting in the courts
nof the Commissioners, or charging
efor making changes in the public
reroads, or offering you a consideration
es to keep your mouth shut, or taking
i- the place of the board's attorney, I
ll want to say here and now, it is abso
la'ltely false.
CxIR OF THE BOAuD.
in EXPLANATION FROM A. J. WE L
ill BORN.
'As the editor of The Sentinel-Jour.
nal has turned'off the light, I will
lp now explain to the tax payers of the
ad county the consideration that was
ig made to our worthy editor of Ths
Sentinel-Journal.
re As the Easley Progress is a county
paper, I thought it only just to share
on the profits of the County's advertis
ing with said Progress. Icontended
kfor same and we Commissioners
agreed to give the Easley Progress a
psi t of the advertising. For which
n our friend editor of The Sentinel
ize Journal got his nap up and said what
are you roing to do about having our
claims and stationery printed? I
spoke and said, Jim, if you will hold
your tongue and quit grumbling, I
s-will not contend for the Easley Prog
of ress to have any of that work, we will
is get you to do it. I meant if be would
it do it as cheap as we could get it done
elsewhere. This was the only con
sideration offered. I did not mean
for- him to keep any of my official acts
to out of the paper. I am willing for
tnall the world to know all of my offi
be- cial acts. I have no quarrel again t
re the editor or any- of his correspond
heents, but I feel it my duty to my
fend to make this explanation.
A. J. WEL2ORN,
~s:County Commissioner.
of EXPLANATION FROM MESSRS.
ty STEPHENS AND WELBORN.
ke Editor Sentinel-Journal:
en In your issue of May 21st, you ask
id for an explanation of why we paid J.
-McD. Bruce "interest on claim."
Instead of claim it should have been
money, for money it was that we bor
rowed of the Piekens Bank to pay
-balance on building the jail and other
er f improvements at th. jail. We had to
Gray Hair
" I have used Ayer's Hair Vigor
for over thirty years. It has kept
my scalp free from dandruff and
has prevented my hair from turn
ing gray.'-Mrs. F. A. Soule,
Billings, Mont.
There is this peculiar
thing about Ayer's Hair
Vigor-it is a hair food,
not a dye. Your hair does
not suddenly turn black,
look dead and lifeless.
But graduallythe old color
comes back,-all the rich,
dark color it used to have.
The hair stops falling, too.
$1.00 a botle. All druggiss.
If your dru gist cannot supply you.
send'us one dollar and we win express
you a bottle. le sure and n-e the nane
of your nenret express onice. Adress.
J. C. AYER CO., Lowell, Mass.
and had the use of it for ten months
and the interest on the amount wa.
$81.85. L. D. STEPHENS,
A. J. WELBORN.
Bridge to Let.
On the 20 day of June 1903 at 2 o'clocl
p. m. 1 will let to the lowest responsiblh
bidder the building of a new bridge or
George's Creek R. E. Holcombe's ol(
nill. Plans and specifications mad
known on day of letting.
L. D. Stephens, Sup.
A. J. Welborn, C. Com
This 1st day of June 1903.
Notice !
A Committee of the Grand Jury wil
be at Pickens June the 16th and 17tl
inst. for the purpose of examining th4
books of the different officers. Magis
trates are reauested to be on hand witl
their books.
F. B. MORGAN,
For Committee.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA?
County of Pickens.
In Common Pleas Court.
SOMMONS FOR RELIEF.
Complaint not Served.
M, F. Hester, Plaintiff,
against
T. Clingman Powell, Catberinie
Powell, Mary A. Alexander, Jo
seph Powell. William Powell,
Hampton Aiken, Mary Aiken,
Leathie Aiken, Conley Aiken,
Martha Aiken,Ephriam Powell,
Calvin Powell, Pick Allison
Powell, Omie Powell, Liceny
Powell and Emiline Anderson,
Defendants.
TO THE DEFENDANTS, above
aed:
YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONEI
ad required to answer the complaint ir
his action, which is filed in the office o
Cerk of Court of Pickens county and t<
serve a copy of your answer to said com~
plaint on thethe subscribers at their offic
at Pickens, C. H., S. C. within twent;
ays after the service hereof, exclusiv
>f the day of such service; and if yol
fail to answer the complaint within th
time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this nctio)
will apply to the Court for the relief de
manded in the complaint.
Dated Apr. 1, A. D. 1903.
I A. J. BOGGS,
SEAL :. C. C. P.*
Morgan, Mauldin & Mauldin.
Plaintiff's Attorneyr
To Omie Powell and Martha Aikel
minors over the ages of fourteen (14
years defendents: Take notice that unles
you procure for yourselves the appoint
ment of a guardian ad litem to represen
you in this action within twenty (20
days after service of this summons upoi
you, the plaintiff will apply to the cour
to have such guardian ad litem appoimt
Morgan, Mauldin & Mauldin,
Plaintiffs Attorneys.
April, 1 A. D. 1903.
To Joseph Powell and William Pow
ell, and Emiline Anderson absent de
endants:- Take notice that th
omplaint and the summons c
which the foregoing is a copy were filei
in the office of the Clerk of Court, Pich
ns county on the 1 day of April 1 A. I)
1903,
Morgan, Mauldin & Mauldin,
Plaintiff's Attorneys
Apr. 1, A. D. 1903.
Would that we could
SHOUT FROM EVERY HOUSE-TOP
wihtestrengt of a mIllIon volees
Dr. King's
New Discover
CRES a'aid'"re,
.....Pneumonla,Grip, Sr~ra
MONEY BACK IF IT FAlLS.
Price 5oc and $1.0o. Trial Bottle Free.
3. A. Mo3GAN. T. J. MAULDIN. IVY 1. MAULDIC
MORGAN. MAULDIN & MAULDIN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
PICKENS, S. C.
Praettee in all the courts. Prompt attentio
given to all business. Office always open. jI
Attention Teachers.
The Summer School for thi
county will be held at Pickens be
ginning June 8th and closing Jul
4th. The instructors will be Profi
H. B. Dominick and W. E. Dend3
The course of study is as follows
Algebra, Elementary and Ne'
School (Wentworth's); Histor
(Lee's New School); Englisb
(Buehler's); Civil Government
(Peteran's); Physiology, (Hutcl
inson's)
Progressive teachers are expect
ed to enroll within three days.
R. T. HALLUM,
Co. Supt. of Education.
Pickens, South Carolina.
Office n pstairs (in rear rooms) OVe
Earle's Drug Store. Offers his profel
sional services to the public.
Many School Children are Siecly.
Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for Childre:
used by Mothe Gray', a nurse in Children's Hon
New York, Break up Colds in 24 hours, cure FI
verishness, Headache, Stomach trounles, Teet]
ing Disorders, and destroy Worms At all drai
ists, 25c. Sample mailed EREE. Address, A
ln S. Olmsted, LeRoy, N. Y.
The Best Prescription for Ha
laria
ass Cn. Tora ot is siply iro and quini
in a tasteless f orm. No cure-no pay. P'rice I
Novel Advertising 6cheme.
As a novel method of advertising
a Washington business house re
cently sold 1,000 new one dollar,
treasury notes for 90 cents each.I
The sale lasted just two hours, and
all that time the line of would be
purchasers of "good money at re
duced rates" was over a block long.
No person was allowed to buy more
than one bill at a time, but there
was no limit placed upon the num
ber of times each person might buy.
In consequence the line .was 9f the
nature of an endless chain.-Ex
change.
A New Breakfast Food.
"Do you know the 'Autocrat of
the Breakfast Table,' Mr. Tink
ham ?" asked a lady of her host at 9
rural dinner party.
"Well, really, now, I don't know,"
he replied. "We've tried so many
of them breakfast foods I can't keep
track of 'em. Maria," he called to
his wife across the table, "have we
ever tried the water cracker of the
breakfast table ?" - Youth's Com
panion.
A Prosperoun Beggar.
A beggar with a farm and an income
of $2,500 a year. A beggar who cleared
$78 in two days at the Mardi Gras in
New Orleans and complained of the
smallness of the results. A mendicant
who collected $17 in one day at the
races in Gravesend, Ne.yYork, and be
[ walled his ill luck. Such a beggar is
Fred W. Hammell, known from end to
end of this country as the "human
dog" or the "human aligator" and
against whom charitable people have
been warned by the bureau of asso
ciated charities. Hammell,;who is not
yet thirty years of age, owns a good
farm in South Dakota, and It is known
that his annual income from m, adi
cancy Is over $2,500. He lias traversed
' this country from end to end and side
to side and is known in all the large
1ties.
Notice to Stockholders.
The Central Roller Mill Co., will
bold a meeting of the stockholders on
the 9th of June 1903, at their office,
at Central, S. C., to detei-mine the
question of increasing from $7,500 to
$20,000. F. B. Morgan, Pres.
R. G. Gaines. Sec. and Treas.
,Easley's Ael
- Always Glad so See Yon.
Have a complete li-e of Jew
elry at very close prices ........
Just received a lot of Rogers
& Silver Knives and F'orls. . .. /
S Repairing of Watches, Clocks /
S and anything in the Jewelry /;
S Line promptly done and guar- ~
' anteed.4
S Call on me at Callahanm
S/ Clothing Co., next door to 4
/ drug store.
3 Harvey Snider.
COME TO PICKENS
and bring your
Do as you did a few
.years ago and sell
your produce to....
J. D.MOOREa
I will sell yon goods
as cheap as ever be
t. fore. Bring me your
-Chickens, Eggs, Raw
Hides, Beeswax, Tal
low and anything you
want to sell or buy.
J. D. MOORE.
S oFI pay Cash or Trade.
For Bicycles
-AND
Bicycle laterial of all kinds,
SFine Cigars & Tobaccos,
2 Can Goods. Sugar, Coffee,
SMachine Needles,
2 and many other things too
Stedious to mention ..
Bicycle Repairing Carefully Done.
Al tthe lowest Cash Price.
Calon
C.C FRICKS & CO.,
h West End. CENTItAL, S. C.
Mental
Strain Affected Gen
Seral Health.
.'Doctor's Doses Weali
ened Stomach.
Dr. Miles' Nervine Cured
Me.
Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine brings rest
and sweet sleep to the tired brain worn out
- with the cares and anxieties of the sick room.
Read the following:
"I have always been healthy with the ex
ception of a to.uch of rheumatism since my
age came on, up to the time of my husband's
*last illness some years ago. I assisted in
nursing my husband for nearly three months
wen hedeparted this life and the mental
strain I think caused my trouble. Aside
from extreme nervousness-my. trouble com
menced with sore throat aneuralgia.My
physcan gave me purgative doses which
weakened me very much .and. my stomach
for a time seemed inactive1/-Mental strain
and the dormant condition .6f my stomach
:r soon told upon my generaliealth. I had
.little appetite and was soon forced to stay in
bed a ~eater part of the time .ihin a
week a er the time I began taking Dr.
! Miles' Restorative Nervine and Tonic I was
up about the house. I continued their use
until completely cured. My faith in Dr.
Miles' Remedies has been strengthened by
-experience of other people, our daughter hav
-. ing used Restorative Nervine with splendid
results in a case of paralysis and a friend to
Swhom I sent a box of the Anti-Pain Pills re
ports that she has been completely cured of
neuralgia by their use. I know of a number
of otherswho yournmedicine has helped in a
large degree. I wish you continued success."
--MRs. F'RANCES CoFmAN, Dayton, Va.
e All druggists sell and garantee first bot
0 tie Dr. Miles' Remedies. Send for free book
- on Nervous and Heart Diseases. Address
fiVA0OOu Yal(
THE ORIGINAL
LIVER MEDIGNE:
A sallow comrnlexion, dizziness,
biliousness an a coated tongue,
are common indications of liver
and kidneydiseases. Stomach and
bowel troubles, severe as they are,
give immediate aning by pain
uliver and kidney troubles, ~
though less painful at the start, are
much harder to cure. Thedford's
Black-Drvught never fails to bene
fit diseased liver and weakened kid
neys. It stirs up the torpid liver
to throw off the germs of feve.r and -
gue. It is a certan preventive
fhoilera and Brighit'sdisease of1E
the kidneys. With kidneva re
inforced by Thedford's Elack
Draught thousands of persons have
dwelt immune in the midst of yel
low fever. Many families live in
erfect health and have no other
doctor than Thedford's Black
Draught. It is always on hand for I
use in an emergency and zaves jim oLeARY
many expensive calls of a doctor.
Muliins, S. C., March 10, 19501.
I have used Thedford's B!ack-Draught
for three years and! h:ve not had togo
to a doctor since I have been taki-%g It.
It is the best medicine for me tVat is
on the market for liver and kidney
troubles and dyspepsia and other Corner Iiain and
complaints. Rev. A. 0. LEWIS. W lr. ton St.
Kodol Dyspepsia Care
Digests whet you cat.
TIME'S UP!
YOU'VE BEEN THINKING,
TRY-A-BUY!:
ALL OF 'EM SMASHING GOOD
SHOE VALUES,
$2.00, $2.50, $3.00.
Pride & Patton.
UP-TO-DATE SHOE HOUSE,
GREENVILLE, S. C.
.r~eeoooe oeeo@oow-nLe
A. K. PA RK,
The Oldest Dry Goods Firm in Greenville.
The Original West End Dry Goods Store.
I can supply all of your wants in
Dry Goods, Notions and Shoes.
My house is full of new Spring and Summer Goods,
bought at the lowest Market price and will be sold as
cheap as good reliable goods can be sold for. It is impos
sible to tell you intelligently or describe my goods in this
advertisement, but if you will call at my store. It will
give us pleasure to show you what we have and give the
lowest price that such goods can be sold for. Anything
in ladies goods from a cheap lawn to a fine silk. My
White Goods are very strong. Men's Dress Shirts. A
strong line of Men's and Womens Underwear. Shoes to
suit all-High Cuts, Low Cuts, Fine Shoes and Cheap
Shoes. It will cost you nothing to look at* my goods.
Some people say they save money by looking here before
buying. Polite attention guaranteed.
A. K. PARK,
West End. GREENVILLE,S. C.
IReal Esfnft0 For Bale.
STOP PATING RENT.
One 5 room house, Lot 70x210 feet, Price, 8600.00.
Two 4 room houses, Lot 70x210 feet, Price each, 400.00.
Two nicely shaded lots, 100x200, feet, on corner, 500.00.
One Farm-comprising seventy-one acres-one-half in
cultivation and only 11 miles from Pickens,4price, 85S4.00.
$14.00 per acre.-147 acres on Southern Railway two miles from
wo cotton mills: 75 acres in cultivation, 12 acres good bottom land.
The wood alone on this place wo rt the money. Come quick or some
one will be ahead of you.
130 acre farm near Six Mile church, 2-story dwelling, 00 acres good
heart timber; 60 acres in cultivation; plenty of running streams $1325
For further information call on
J. D.HOLDER & COMPANY,
REAL ESTATE DEALERS.
Office at Depot. Pickens, S. C.
~ - THE LINE FO~T BUSINESS,
--THE LINE FO R PLEASURE,
THE LINE FOR ALL THE BEST
K .THE SUMMER RESORTS
0UTHopict .U 5r Resort Folder
. maned Free to Any Address.
-1
Sacku t
OR young men and all
nobby dressers-made on
entirely different lines from the
ordinary ready-to-wear suits
because it is distinctive in cut
and appearance.
To wear one means to beA
properly clothed; 'tis said "The
clothes make the man," but
we sell the "clothes that make
man"
GREENVILLE.
south Carolina.
DID YOU END I
Yes, we are going to continue the business founded by
W. H. PICKENS.
We are pleased to state that our stock is larger and more
complete than ever before. If you need a Cook Stove or
Range, we have Brand New Patterns for you to choose from.
The Box Oven is the latest style of stove. Come and see it.
In the past we have sold PAINT and OIL to a number of
very particular folk. The result was. satisfactory, both to u
and the buyer. We want YOUR patronage in this
LARGEST STOCK, RIGHT PRICES, make a good co
nation; we have both.
Best of Sheet Metal work executed onishort notice.
are offering splendid bargains in China, Agate, Tin and
Goods. Awaiting your inspection of our ,'
Yours truly, ities slippers a1l s
~e 50c. the pair.
W. H. PICKE "Jso*id**1 4
~Hiv.
H. A. RICH E GreS
Weire bought the laroest and most complet
channdise this Fa es'w 've ec ~"'. rac
in New Goods and Low Prices. We invite a con .ariso ith any ho
mn South Carolina in Styles, Quality, Quantity an'd Pri A- We mnean
lead the procession this Fall and will not be undersolc by anybody. lit
will be easy for you to buy at Rxhey's when you sto" and examine the
pretty goods and get the prices, and it certainly will ~ay you. A dollar
saved is a dollar made. Do yo.ur trading at Richey's s. d~ ave the dollars.
We can show you exceptional values in Dress Goods irn .Bla(k and Colors,
all Grades and Prices. Beantiful Waist Flannels in Pla- and Faer An
elegant line of Dresses and Trimmings-special values.
SHOXES! SIOES! S DES!
We make a specialty of our Shoe Department. We hade them in all
grades for Ladies., Men and Children. The bes'; makes fronr1 th pledn
actories in America. Buy your Shoes from us and you wIbepasd
We guarantee satisfaction.
DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT COMPL E.
Good Calicoes. Good Outings, Good Red Flannel, 1 est yard~wide -
White Homespun, best Canton FlanneJ, best Checked Home un.
No matter what prices are quoted you we will sell you fo 1083.
H. A. RICI[AL
aisTHE CHEAPEST STORE IN PICKENS
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For Cut Prices to suit the Dull Season on &
GLASS \ CROCKERY-WA
TJN-WARE, JEWELRY, TO..
A Full line of
Canned Goods, Pickles, Oat Me
Cakes, Candies, Fruits,'Nuts, ,00e
Molasses. e e The Best -es on Earth.*
iaf Stck$0 and Po11{y Food.
Uised and recommended by all the Stock and Poultry raiser.
A 8t L ii Shoe pollshl.
Country Produce taken
in Exchange for Goods.
MRS. K. L CURETON & CO.
Sterling Silver Hollow-w are,
Stei ling Silver Flat-ware.
Cut Glass, Art Pottery, Bric-a-Brac and
.Novelties.
. Diamonds, Watches and~.s .
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