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Ha8RigI Lo al Man PersaI Natmll
-Ice c)ld drinks and ice at v
times. Pickens Drug Co.
-Squire Philip Chapman, of Eal
tatoe, was in Pickens Monday.
-Call on us for peas and cane seec
We have them in abundance.
-R. C. Carter, Liberty, has re
ceived a complete line of buggies, har
ness, saddles, whips, laprobes, etc.
-Cliff>rd B Parsons operator a
Flowery Brauch Ga. spent Sunday a
his fathers, B. F. Parsons.
-Charles M. Ragsdale who live
on the Twelve Mile side is quite sick
his friends hope for him a speedy re
--Out in Georgia th ey say tha
cotton seed meal dusted over Iris]
potatoes will kill the bugs or driv
-Ex-Magistrate, B. D. Garvin, o
.,,the Norris section, was in Picken
Saturday. He is looking well an<
reports ~his section as thriving.
-Wauted at once-A thousanc
pretty girls who will agree never tc
say a mean or envious word about
another girl. All nay apply at once
and be sure of getting the job.
-N. D. Taylor. photographer, wil:
be in his studio, Carey building, or
Tuesday and Wednesday, June 9tt
and 10th Remember the date, anc
call on him for nice work.
-Letter Heads, Note Heads, Bil
Heads, Enve'opes end anything iL
the line of printing at the Sentinel.
Journal office. Send us an order
First class work at reasonable prices.
-Prof. J. Marion Looper will con.
duct a singing at Secona os the 2nd
Sunday, beginning at 10 a. m. He
wilL also give a lecture on some live
suTlject. The public cordially invited
-Earle, the son of Mr. A. P. Alex
ander, while on his way from the
Mile Creek section on Sunday night
last was thrown from his mule and
seriously hurt. His many friends
hope to see him out again soon.
-Tom McKinney, who has beer
quite sick since the U. S. Court al
Greenville, and who is now at his
sister's, M-s. Will Graveley, in the
Anderson Mills section, is slowly im
proiing and it is now thorght h(
will be up in a few weeks.
-Read carefully the advertisement
of Winthrop College in this -week's
sue. President Johnson and his
sistants have done a great
work in educating the girls of the
tate and we hope Pickens county
ill have several students there next
-Last Monday was saleday but
th re was nothing to put on the
.b ;several of the "country cous
to town that day, the much
ain of Sunday giving them
nity to get away from their
owin -crops for a hnvft
-The reunion of Confedrate vet
erans in New Orleans was perhaps
the largest and most satisfactory the
South has had. A large number of
the old soldiers attended and there
were tens of thousands of visitors,
born since 1860. They have gener
ally returned and report a most en
-The County Board of Education
met Saturday. Among other things
considered was the filling otbg
cancv on the Board of Trustees in
Pickens. It was decided to refer the
matter to the people and an election
was ordered to be held Wednesday,
June 10th, from 4A o 6 o'clock in the
.-William Mauldin, *who runs a
-~r farm at Gap Hill and carries
-. ik to Cateechee on returning home
c'ing down the hill at Cateechee,
ieholding back straps broke caus
in the horse to run away going over
a igh bank at the bend of the roafd
an injuring Mr. Mauldin to wdat
eat we haven't been able to lIdarn.
-J. P. Carey, Esq., who hes been
nding the past week in S mter, on
a. ing trip with Judge Tit. 0. Pur
dy, turned home Satu day night.
He ad a fine time anc3 plendid luck.
Mr. 'arey says 'he Judge and
bIn mi -ere making active prepa
ratio s to come to Pickens to spend
the ummer and that they would ar
r1* this week.
The commencement exercises at
son College will be held June 7
he baccalaureate sermon will be
ched by Rev. C. A. Stakeley, of
bamna, on Sunday, the 9th. The
- duating exercises will be held the
9t and the graduating address will
be elivered to the class, which num
tbersi sixty, by Dr. Charles W. Kent,
of t~~g.University of Virginia. Pick
ens county is r..epresented in that class
by the following bright young men:
D. E. Earle, C. B. Hagood and D. G.
-Chopping and thinning cotton
has begun in earnest. This should
be attended to at once although there
is not a full stand up. Don't wait
for all to come up. for there will have
to be two thinnings this year. Be
sure in using the plow to leave the
bed well rounded. Don't tear it dovnn
In thinning take no dirt from the
cotton. Let it be well propped by
the soil, even if it has to be pulled by
the hoe. If cotton is left ou a sharp
ridge and the dirt pulled away with
a hoe a little shower with wind will
knock it flat. It never gets over tha t
-The person who sees the bright
side of the pictare is good to have
around. One day last wee~k when
there was not a cloud as big a man's
hand to be seen, and the tempature
was moving towards the 90s and the
ground was as dry as a last year's
wesp nest or a 'barrel" sermon a
man was leisurely taking in the situ.
ation and said: "Well, the cotton is
growing, the color is all right, the
lieat is moving it out of the ground;
if it had rained last week when every
b.ody wanted it to come, it would prob
Stned cold and windy and
w would be dying and
uping itself." Such an
a man's heart and judge
-R. C. Carter, Liberty, wants to
reduce his stock. See his new ad
' vertisement; it will tell you something F
-.about it. |
-Any one in need of first class oak
or pino lumber will do well to send t
t'neir orders at once to S. H. Brown,
Pearl, S. 0.
-Dr. Howard, of Spartanburg,
spent a'few days in Pickens last week.
He is the representative of Rand Mc.
. Nalley & Co., of Chicago. He sells
I school maps and globes.
-Miss Olga Richey is attending
- commencement at Rock Hill. She l,
- will probably be gone a month and
will spesd the time most pleasantly
visiting some of her schoolmates.
t --Elder M. P. Matheny, of Green. s
ville, spent several days in Pickens d
last week, the guest of his son, W. t
L. Matheny. On Saturday and Sun- \
day he preached at Praters church. k
-As we go to press Pickens is in
holiday attire; the stores have been
closed and the town turned over to
the old veterans. May they have a t
joyous day and may they live to hail
many such returns.
; -About two weeks ago J. M. Bra p
zeale found a pint bottle of medicine si
between Pickens and Twelve Mile b
which owner can get by calling on t]
him. Bottle had directions on it, si
signed by Dr. W. C. Black, but no b
-C. C. Eades died at his home h
near Cateechee on May 25, and was f
buried the day following at Six Mile, 0
Rev. W. C. Seaborn conducted the 9
funeral exercises. He was a Coufed- I
erate soldier, and about 60 years of b
-The uniun meeting at Enon last a
Sunday was well attended and great b
ly enjoyed by those present. The tl
rain at the noon hour was such a s
welcome visitor till the crowd did not
at all mind the sprinkling. A goodly ti
crowd from Pickens attended and
reported a good time. it
-Mrs. Lizzie Clark, whose sick vi
ness was mentioned last week, died le
Friday evening of puerepal fever. s(
She leaves a little baby about two
weeks old, besides her husband and a d
host of relatives and friends to m->uc n e
her death. Her remains were laid to
rest at Griffin church the day follow.
ing her death.
-Prof. R. K. Moon, principal of
the colored school of Pickens, has
been appointed as assistant principal
of the summer school for colored
teachers for Anderson county, which ti
will begin July 27th. Prof. Moon is te
a good teacher and a well posted man M
and will give eminent satisfaction to ta
all who attend the summer school. to
-A meeting of the "ChOurch of the T
Living God," will be held at the res
idence of Dr. John M. Crenshaw, at
Table Mountain, S. C., on June 8th ~
and 9th, 1903, A free discourse on it
the Divine Plans of the ages, will bi fr
given at the above address by John ol
Harrison, of Atlanta, Ua. The sub
ject will be illustrated by a large to
chart of the Ages. Seats free. All ci:
are welcome. p
worris wote'' s
.- gdfr-ParsBSe- spent a few a
days in Easley last week having her r
"beauty struck." t
One of our merchants had the pleasure av
last Tuesday of running down twoa
young travelers for obtaining two bot- ti,
tes of Jamaica ginger under false th
Mr. Eades an aged gentlemen of af
Cateechee, passed away at 7:30 a. m.
The small pox here have reduced th
to two cases. - th
*attie Johnston isited friends at
here San 2p..
If this raisses Bob Griffin's mail a
box, you rwil hear from me again. A
Mer. L. N. Geer of the firm Geer &
Ste fanson, Pickens, had the misfor- Si
tue of losing one of his finest mules te:
4'esterday. Mr. Geer arrived at Lib wl
rty about 4 o'clock after a long drive at
'and his mule became suddenly sick th
wvith colic, supposed to have been er;
caused from over heat. Despite the be
attention from medical doctors the w.
mule shuffled off this mnortal coil at th3
10:30 o'clock last night. be
Mr. W. H. Frostson of the Ander- er:
son Phosphate and Oil Comtpany, fo
Pelzer, is in temporary charge of the to
Liberty Oil Mill.
The matrimonial fever which has
been raging in Liberty for some time
past, has not wholly subsided, as the d(
announcement of another will appear P~
Work has begun on the extension
of the Liberty Cotton Mill.
The chapel for the use of the mill
operatives is nearing completion. he
J. H. Brown has returned from
Flowery Branch, Ga. S
Our farmers are at a standstill now to
as we haven't had any rain for three
weeks and have got no stand of cot H
ton, nor won't have until it rains. I&
Some are planting over and some are re
planting corn and peas. th
Well we have had the unpleasant
est spring for years. Too much rain (1<
at once and now too dry to make our E.
seeds germinate to get a stand. Y
Wheat has the rust and is sorry
oats poor, but all this section will lej
keep up with the times. I
Henry Williams, who is 95 years h
old, has just purchased a fine buggy. h
The best we have seen; and Miles
Singleton and E. L. Jones have pur
chased themselves new buggies. i
W. N. Hughes has repainted his I
house, which adds much to its ap- th
We are looking for Mr. Welborn~o
with the chain gang for a few days
to work out our bad roads, as they tb
are needing it now. 01
Fishing for Carp is the order of the so
day now, but they don't get many. til
The river bank is warm and slick
with the fishermen. Your corres
pondent has not been yet, but is
thinking of going, but fears he will cc
have fisherman's luck. P. S. S- e
Mav 25th 1903. or
To Mothers in Town.
Children who are deliae fevrih andG~ -ro
wilhtimda reie from k o se Gry C
d swee odergfo Cistsrsn. Sampe fene td
Istouc. acten s.mthed LerI -aigasckycidc
'stron" and healthy. A certain cure for worms. I ~
Sold ~y all druggists. 25c. Sample free. Ad -I
4ress, AllenS. Oimsted. LeROY. . Y. I
We have had a rain in this sectil
Lud things are looking more prom
ng than they did a week ago.
We have a very poor stand of c<
on; oats are a failure; wheat is ve
Thinning cotton is the order of t
lay now, and robbing bees in t!
noonshine the order of the nigi
)ambo says he don't understand wl
ho pretty roses have those hatef
horns, nor why a thing so good
oney is made by the stinging bee.
If space will permit, w.- will t(
ne of his experiences. Sambo's wi
aformed him she'd have compai
unday-thie preacher was coming
o on Saturday night he rolled up b
leeves so that he could run his ar
eep down into the gum without g(
ing his only shirt stuck with bone
Vith large pan in one hand at
nife in the other, lie marched out
be hive as brave as a lion and wil
n air of confidence and dignity equ
> that of Napoleon, lie proceeded i
tricate King David's favorite dish -
ae honey. Of course the bees we:
ot asleep nor in the best bumo
>on they began to inject their mo
bine in his anatomy. Sambo couldu
Land the medicine, and with wori
e didn't learn at Sunday school, I
brew the pan down the knife up an
ifted sr nd for a short distance. C
is return said that 999 bees stun
im in less than 72 seconds; 14 stun
im just behind his ear trumpets e
wting his domitory nerves: 29 stun
a his prominent nasal cavities; 47 c
is mustachless lip, which now lool
ke a small sido of meat: 99 aroun
is lookers-on, which are aow neithe
>okers-on nor off, on account <
veiling; 101 on his "jug"-ular veil
-hich effects his bottle emptyin
usiness; 200 above his diagram, an,
ie balance on his plow pushers. E
Lys he'll never be able to work an
tore and is hunting about getting o
ie pension roll.
Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Lenhardt vh
ed Mr. Lenhardt Williams, of Greei
le, this week. We are sorry I
arn that Mr. Williams has a ver
rious stroke of paralysis.
Mt. Carmel has a flourishing Sur
ty school. Eighty pupils were prei
The Sunday school at Lenh trd
hool house is progressing nicely.
Budget From Easley.
Easley, S. C., June 1, 1903.
The town is very quiet today afte
at refreshing shower that fell yei
rday. 'his is the first rain sine
arch, and everything seems to hav
,ken on new life. Everyone seem
be feeling better and in the case c
o "dusky damsels" of this plac4
bey feeling ertremely good, s
uch so that they proceeded to fi
Le air with cat-fighting sounds. TPh
bole sum and total of the matter a
comes to us, is that after the re
eshing showers yesrorday, this .pai
blackberry brunette r feeling s<
uch exhilerated, that they proceede<
bombard one another's very sba iet
aracter, when the party of the firs
trt, towit: Mit Young becomint
:ed of the Mit of the party of th,
cond part, towit: Georgia Griffin
ias Griffin Georgia, Mittie Mi
ached for her razzor and proceedei
carve the countenance of the pa!
ering Georgia, until Chief Smit]
>peared on the scene and calle<
ne. Their case will be called ii
e Mrayor's court this afternoon
en woe to you who feel too goo<
ter the rain.
The commencement exercises wer<
rgely attended Friday night, at
ough the weather was very vaset
ad. The excreises were very good
id especially the thesis of the gradl
Ltes and the Indian club drill.
rge crowd of out-of-town present
ong those from Pickens wer<
essrs. Ernest Folger, Eagene Alex
der, James Carey, jr., and othern
Scan't mention now.
A game of ball was played her<
turday between the Easley mit:
o and a team from Mills' mill
iich had all the fire, ginger, smoki
d fume in it that it takes to pleasc
e baldom fanatics. It was a pitch
a battle from start to finish; Wernei
ing on the firing line for Easley
th Ashmore for Mills' mill. Up tc
e fifth inning only four bits had
en recorded. But a few costly
rors ran the score up in the last
r innings, the final score beitg 'l
8 in favor of Easley. The next
.me will be played here next Satur.
y against Poe mills.
The K of P. ball team has beet
iing some heavy practicing of late
eparatory for the game against the
ckens Knights next Wednesday.
A reception at the E'rsley Mill hal
turday night for the benefit of the
1 team netted about $30.00. A
e little sum for one night and will
rp out the team very much.
J. P. Carey, Esq, was in Easley
sterday en route for his home froix
>lumbia, where he..has been in at
odance upon the Supreme court.
Messrs. George Williams and Toti
ughes, two prosperous farmers o:
oper, were in town today. They
port good rains in their section for
e past few days and crops good.
God rains are reported in alt sec
>is of the county except south ol
tsley, where there has been none
There was a young student in Eas
r who dreamed a dream one nighi
at week. He dreamed that he was
ut to be kicked, and jumped frou
bed overturning a table whici
nt down with a crash that soundec
:e a 40 pound sledge hammer fall
r in a basket of lamp chimneys
~akening the household stopping
travelers who wvondered wherc
e explosion had took place. Say
ung fellow, sleep with your eyec
en next time.
Mr. Editor, I have just heard some
ing squeak, and I am afraid som<
Le is trying to steal our name again
we will tie up our budget for th<
ne being. Dull Needle.
Land For Sale.
In less than one-half mile of thi
rporate limits of the town of Pick
is; on which is a fine water powe
Town Creek. Fine grove arounc
cal and sixty or eighty acres of fin
rming land. PumpkitowPter
:eek, Eastatoo and Greenville roao
osses on head of shoal. Easy o
cess B. Holder,
19mtf Pickens. S. C.
interesting Happenings Around Six Mile
a Most of our farmers have been very
. dull over the drouth, but since the
rain came they have been refreshed.
)t- Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Harper, whO
ry have been visiting relatives in Ander.
son for some time have returned
lei 3r. and Mrs. S. L. Richardson, of
i Oconee, have been visiting friends in
this section this week.
a Don't forget the lecture to be maile
is by Prof. J. C. Garrett Sunday at 10
l11 Some of our citizens think their
fe i small grain has been damaged some
iy by the drouth.
- I Barriet Parrott has treated himself
is to a new buggy. 0, girls wouldn't
I you like to take a ride?
t Miss Ada Mauldin, an esteemed
young lady of Dalton section, visited
d friends in our section Sanday.
Mrs. Sarah J. Norris, who has
been very sick for some time is recov
ering very fast.
- Rev. George Nalley filled his regu
-e lar appointment Sunday and preached
r; an excellent sermon to a large audi
't Mr. Cul Eades, who lives near Ca
Is teechee, died on the 26th alt., and
te was buried the day following at Six
d Mile church.
a The tent at Old Pickens was cut
g down by an unknown party last Tues
g day night.
- Robt Mauldin has begun working
g over his crop the second time with
n the plow and hoe. He is making
S ready foi blackberry time.
It won't be long 'till threshers will
i begin traveling through our section
thrcshing up the small grain. Won't
g we poor folks be glad; we will get
i something good to eat then.
e B. Mauldin is suffering a great
y deal from a severe rising on his arm.
a Vegetation is looking quite flourish
ing since the rain.
- Mrs. P. J. Mauldin was the guest
i- of Mrs. Eliza Trotter Sunday last.
0 It won't be long until June peaehes
y will begin to ripen. Look out girls: I
know where I am going to get peaches.
Mr. Will Kinibol is on the sick list
- this week.
Our anonymous writer has been on
the sick list but has recovered.
Mr. Charlie Fendley, of the Stew
art section, had his barn consumed
by fire the 26th uIt. There was a
narrow escape made to save: the
.h Mrs. P. W. Willimon and her lit
e tie daughter, Eula, visited Mrs. Mollie
a Holden. of Kings' section Monday
f Mr. A. D. Mann has completed
.painting his residence. It is just
I Mrs. W A. Hendricks is very sie-k
3 at this writing. We hope she wvill
S recover soon.
-Don't forget that Rev. J. M. Stew
art will preach at Six Mile the first
Sunday in this month at 11 a. in.
We take The Pickens sentinel
Journal in our homes and are always
delighted to read its interesting
pages. M. S.
-May 30, 1903.
Winthrop College Scholarship and En
-The examinations for the award of
vacant scholarships in Winthrop Col
lege and for the admission of new stu
dents will be held at the County
Court House on Friday, July 10th,
at 9a. m.
Applicants must not be less than
fifteen years of age
When scholarships are vacated
after July 10th, they will be awarded
to those making the highest average
-at this examination.
The next session will open about
September 16, 1903.
For further information and a cat
alogue address President D. B. John
son, Rock Hill, S. C.
How to Clean a Plaster Cat.
It is said that the safest and, indeed,
the only way to clean a plaster east is
to cover it with fuller's earth, obtain
able at any drug store, and fine dry
whiting. Wrap in a cloth and allow it
to remain several days. Then brush
the powder carefully away, and much,
if not all, of the dirt will be found to
How to Renovate Chairs.
To renovate willow or rattan chairs
that have become soiled with age and
use wash off every bit of dust in all the
interstices and with a soft, lohg haired
brush tint the entire surface with oak
green stain, sienna or sienna and yan
dyke brown. This must be done with
great care so as to cover every particle
of the surface. This treatment is suit
able for willow because it will take
stain, but rattan, which is less porous,
requires to be painted or enameled.
Whether stain or paint is used, varnish
heightens the luster.
Under penalty of the law, all persons
are hereby given notice that we prohibit
entry on our land for hunting, fishiirg in
our streams, digging roots, or for any
other purpose; also they are forbidden
to start or set out fires, or to range or
grze any live stock thereon, or to com
mit any waste or injury to the timber.
TIME TABLE NO. 2
Supersedes Time Table No. 1.
Effective 12:01 A. M., Feb. 1st, 1901.
ead Down. Read Up
No. 12. No. 10. STATIONs. No.11. No.9.
Mixed. Mixed. Mixed. Mixed.
4:00 pm 10:40 am lv. Pickens ar.2:55pm 6:45 pm
4:0; pm 10:45 am Ferguson 2:45pm 6:30 pm
4:5S pm 10:55 am *P'arson's 2:30pm 6:15 pm
4:20 pm 11:00 am *Ariail's 2:25pm 6:10 pm
4:2 pm 1:05am *Mauldini 2:20pm G:05pm
4:40 pm 11:14 am ar. Easley lv. 2:15p m6: 15pm
All trains daiiy except sunday. -
No. i10 connects with Southern Railway No.33.
No. 9 connects with .Souther! Railway No. 12
No. 12 connects with Sou thern Railway No 11.
No. 1i connects with Son i~hcrn Railway rio. 34
Fror any information ,pplv to.Mngr
Gold metallic boxes. sealed with blue ribbon.
utosand imitations. BuyoyurDiLt
y return MaiL. 10.000 TestimonIals. sold by
care nBsTER HEMoCAI, oo.
..,. a skanare. PIKILA.- PA.
1g;iJ~iOO M*di5O,~,~~ -
To Reduce My Stock.
And Will for the Next 30 days
Sell Goods Regardless of Cost
,,,IY wiVll ?AY Y U Ti CAll ANll:ZZZ ML..
I have just received 1000 lbs. of soda to go a-15lbs. for 25c
Sugar has advanced but I am still selling 19 lbs of Stand
ard Granulated Sugar for $1.00. 20 lbs Plantation Granu
lated Sugar for $1.00.
3 lb can Battlett Pears, first quality in syrup for 10c.
.3 lb can Standard Braud Tomatoes at 10c
3 lb can Pie Peaches at 10c.
About 100 lbs of nice Mountain Dried Apples worth
8 and 10 cents to close out at 6c.
A 2 lb box cf Fiesh Oat Flakes at Sc. Large size No 2
Lamp Chihtneys at 5i-.
I also have about 750 lbs of Tobacco, different brands
to go at a hargain. I am overstocked on syrup and mo
lasses and will sell you the kind that sells at 50c for
40c and the kiud that sells for 40 and 45c at 35c and
the 35c kind at 25c.
AS H O E S.2
I am receiving new lots of shoes. every few days and am
selling better shoes for the money than any other store in the
Ladies Slippers the $1.00 quality for 85c; $1.25 quality
for $1.00; $1.50 quality for $1.25.
Ladies Hose 10c quality for 71, 15c quality for 10c.
72 inch pure Irish linen table Damask worth 75c for 60a.
Pare Irish dress linen, good value at 20c to go @ 15c.
Great line Dimities, Lawns, etc. from 5 to 121c.
Yard wide "Fruit of the Loom" bleaching at 9c.
y Sard wide Bleaching at 5c.
Great values in Umbrellas from 45 to 75c.
I have just received a large lot of pants that I got at a
closing cut sale to go at extremely low prices. Also a full and
complete line of buggies, harnebi, 9addles, whips, lapropes and
most anything in hardware. I have s'good many other bar
gains to numerous to mention. Come and ietii costyo sth
ing to look. Yours respectfully,
R. C. CARTER,
-THE CASH MERCHANT
SHIRLEY'S OLD STAND. LIBERTY, S. C.
J. L. Bolt, M. D. J. N. Hallum, Ph. G.
Pickens Drug Company.
For that cold in the head try our
Our Diarrhoea Mixture Cures. Try it.
If you have dandruff or your hair falls out try our
Quinine Hair Tonic.
Fresh lot of "NUNNALLY'S CANDIES" just re
Pickens Drug Company.
.T. McFALL, J- McD). BRUCE,
* PICKENS BANK,.e
OF PICKENS, S. C.
CA PIT AL, - - $ 20,500.00.
PROFITS, - - $ 10,312.09.
DEPOSITS, - - $100,055.29.
interest paid on time Deposits. Careful Management.
Liberal Treatment to all it's Customers.
WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF SMALL LOANS TO FARMERS.
. . HAGOOD. w. T. 1 FALL, T. N. HUNTER,
H. A. RICIIEY, J. M. STEwART, J. McD. BRUCE.
The largest business in our history. Our Millinery and Dress Depart
ment has been crowded from day to day. This shows that the people ap
preciate our efforts along this line and this has encouraged us to make
greater efforts. We have arranged to offer some special values for the
next few weeks. Don't fail to see him.
Another shipment of the
" WHIT E SEAL CLOT HING. "
just arrived, so comie in and select your suit
before the sizes are broken, you jnst as well buy a suit that fits, when it
doesn't cost awy more.
A Big Line of
ST RAW H AT S,
-and they are going fast. (Come quick.
We have not neglected y waints in the Vehicle Line. A big line of
...Buggoies, Surreys, Wagons, etc...
Another car of the famons "ROOK HILL" to arrive soon. We like to
sell Rock Hill Buggies because they give satisfaction.
Our Hardware and Grocery Department is complete. Ve havn't space
to tell you about it, Come to s.ee us and we will make ni interesting for
yoh. Yours truly,
P I CK EKNS, S. C.
Children of Any Age.
ASAids Digestion, Regulates
Orm6. E ~ E ntsiG P W at Du gi , te Chwid sd Mahes
Costs Only 25cet aEragit, r IN EASY.
-- 4 r mai 25cents to C. J. MOFFETT, M. D.. ST. L.OU!S O
ibtase uosefun uin te eot drugls and idothing yrup that we hae come to regard it, after use wit the
LOOKS AS IF A CYCLONE
HAD STRUCK THEM... .
W. have had the biggest clothing trade in the history
of our business and Spring has hardly come. We are
ordering more clothing every day. If you want STYLE,
FIT and QUALITY at the right price you will always
find it here.
We are Sole Agents for the Celebrated
"Horse Shoe Brand" of Fine Cloth
FOR MEN. There's None Better Made.
Our line Shirts, Shoes, Hats and Gents Furnishing
Goods is more complete this Spring than ever before.
"Better and 1Retter Day by Day" is our mottooxil.Al
lines. Cheap shoddy goods are an abomination-the
day has come when eyerybody wants and will have the
best goods. We have always been cranks on handling
the very best goods that money could buy. They are
always the cheapest in the long run. We keep every
thing, ask for what you don't see, if we havn't got it
we will get it for you. Your patronge solicited. Sat-.
isfaction guaranteed. Yours truly, 4
Folger & Thoruley,
Clothing, Hats, Shoes and Gents Furnishing
A Complete Set of Dishes
-.F R E Es
We take pleasure in announcing to our many friends
and customers the fact that we have just closed a
contract with one of the largest potteries in the U. S.
to furnish us with decorated ware, which we intend
ll OLUTELY FREE OF COST...
We gua L to sell all goods as cheap if not
cheaper than ever e - with each purchase,
with cash or produce we will e coupons represent
ing the amount of your purchas I hen your coup
ons reach specified amounts you are e o difg*r
ent dishes such as dinner plates, pie plates, ? -
somely decorated cups and saucers, exquisite de
signs in covered dishes, bakers, orange bowls, sauce
dishes, water jugs, tea pots and .in fact everything
that goes to constitute a complete set of dishes. We
cordially invite you to call at our store and inspect
these goods and we will be delighted to explain the
offer to you in detail..: : : : :
~-3--50NE-PRlICE CASH STORE.
is extended to the trading public to call and see the
line of goods I carry. If either the goods or the pri
ces don't suit you don't have to buy ! ! ! ! !!
I want your produce, eggs. chickens, etc., and will pay
the highest market prices for same, either in cash' or
trade-Give me a trial and you will never regret it.
Yours for trade,
John F. Harris.
SPECIAL: The best parched and green *coffees I can buy.
Lreat Bargains in Laces!
a'nd embroidery with insertioria. to match! A man who makes it h.
usiness to scrape up bargains in goods sent me a lot of fine laces, ezu
roideries and insertions with instructions "to sell"; that means as Iorc
sthis lot lasts you can buy it for less .than half the usual price; alor
vith the lot is some extra fiine lawns; were it not for the rediculousy
w price he made on this I would ship it back. Several pieces .organ
es and other up to date dress goods; you will be interested in tL
ices on this stuff. A few pairs very nice oxfords, hardly enough -
ention, 45c. for your choice. Last year a house shipped me about 1
mies as many cotton hoes as I bought; it is a good thing I kept ther~
sthey are much higher. I can sell you cotton hoes for less than the
n be bought at wholesale, and still make a little profit, and I ar
villing to do it.I
Produce always wanted.
T. D. H ARRIS
We are always
Wlad to see you
. --buying the best.
The best is the cheapest. It is economy to buy the best.
We like to sell the best because the best always gives satisfaction.
This applies to all classer, of goods
Stoves, Axes, Saws, Table ano Pocket
utlery, Hammers, Hand Saws & Hoes.
---as well as to
Shoes, Hats, Clothing, Jeans, Sheetings, Checks,
Yarns, Drills, Oil Cloths,
and hundredsof other useful ar ticles which we always have it
REMEMBER! Good goods cost but li tie more thar
shoddy goods. Call in, look through our stock in, its variou~
lines and give us~ your valuod business. Our stock is now com
plete in every way.
W. T. MOFALIL~