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Wits (Ri of a LOWil and Personal Natire.
-4 Isls -Essio Earlo. is visiting in
tniMtitn this week.
;'4Mtis1. Lucia Folgor is visiting
xehlatves at Clintan.
-JDr. W. M. Long, of Catoeobee,
1elt a46 Th.ursday in town.
-Mr. and Mrs. Bon A. Hagood, of
Chareston, are up for the summer.
-Miss Toxic Bowon, of Norris, is
vieiing the family of Capt. J. T. Tay
-Miss Sarah Grogan, of Elborton,
Ga., has beton on a visit to the Misses
-Mrs. J. E. Hagood, jr., of Ens.
joy, is reported quito sick with ca.
-Tho Flinch club w~as delightfully
entertained by Mrs 0. M. Abney on
last Thursday OVening.
Ella Morgan and children,
of isville, nro visiting Mrs. R. A.
-BIowen and Mrs. Florence Griffin.
-The many friends of Mrs. J. E.
Xinch will regret t. learn that she is
seriously ill at her home in Easley.
-J. Ollio Bi'ock will be in Pick.
ons during court wcok prepared to
work on wi.tches, clocks and jewelry.
-Misss Ina and Maka Boggs,
,who have been visiting relatives at
Calhoun, retirned home Friday last.
-Mrs. N. D. Lesesne, of Greoley
villo, is at the home of her mothor,
Mrs. D. B. Mauldin. for the summer.
'-Bargams galoro are offered you
hy the Big Store for the last-four
days in this month. Read their ad,
-Romember the Farmers' Insti
tute will be held at Pickens begin
+ ning on July 24th. Lot everybody
-R. C.- Carter, Liberty, wants to
reduce his stock. See his new ad
vertisement; it will tell you something
-A 20 per cent discount sale of all
of the stock of Folger & Thoruley is
f ow on and will continue until 1t of
-A child of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew
arrott, Who lives in the Concord sec
tion, has been quite sick, but is re
ported much better.
-FOR SALE:-Two nice Shoats
about seuvn months old; will weigh
about 90 pounds. Call on W. H.
Johnson, Pickens, S. 0.
-Mrs. 0 L. McCain, wifo of Rev.
C. L. McCain, of the North Pickens
circuit has been quite sick but is
much ttor at this writing.
-Sorms mny come,% dry weather
may par b and wilt reghtation, winds
mayL hmo 'I, but I t'us lhe t~h kfuil that
we have ny - . -t of weather,
-- WVh ,ou find that ion can
chango . 'weather and h any
sort you sh, please report. not
grumbio yout the kind/ you.
son, of Gaflfney, are spending a
few aysin ickns iththe former's
paretsDr.and Mirs. J. D. Cureton.
-N .Taylor enlarges and frames
u g LUC nonuny13S, un.a AAIumu~.~ L
the evening of the 18th instant, ini
Charleston, to Mr. R. E. Douglac.
--Letter Heads, Note Heads, Bill
Heads, Envelopes end anything in
the line (of printing at the Sentinel
Journal oflico. Seuid us an order.
First cl ass work at reasonable prices.
-Walter H. Griflin, of Greenville,
visited his mo thier, Mrs. Florence
Griflin, Sunciay. . Mrs. Griffin accom
panied him to Gr'eenville Mionday
and will spondi awhile there wvith rel
- -Read the ad. of J. D. Moore in
this issue. ,He offors you tobacco in
teni pounid c., dios at a enAt price. See
him and get you a supply. The
right kind of prices are on all goods
-Lster Field, sor of Rev. A. A.
Field, near Easley, was bitten on the
foot by a snake on Tuesday of last
wveek. He is under the care of the
>r anid no serious results are an
ho Brushy Creek singing con
Sveg on will meet in regular session
~rg church, in Anderson coun
c 'Sunday the 28th inst., at 10
The public invited. Several
nd rs are invited and expec
'mpatizAe with J. B. Jame
sley, in the loss of his in
which died on last Friday
a remains were on Saturday
Wo tiie family grave yard by
f its mother who prede
Ar time ngo.
ied, on Sunday the 21st in
Rev. John Sheriff at Liber
Luther Hughes, oif Pickens,
Kid Della DJorr, (laughter of Mr'.
- COura .U. W. Dorr, who live be
' eken s and E le .The ha
-have the congratulations of
,Newman, Director of Far
itutes, has written that an
ho0 held at Piekens, bo
th- He, an-1 Profs.
Upton will lecture.
tirine scaldis the re groat things for
teaches an age should be well at.
control the pass
- tp houlu ye a kty died at his home
th~ese important org evening, after a
trouble is due to a dis a complication
kidneys and bladder an auised by rhen.
most people suppose. ther of Ed.
Woamen ~as wel as mren an d was
abd woth inedny and blad o
Thndmbodhnd the 8Came great r'
SwamildRaodth isniedlate effect
bydruggists, in- fifty-raze.tisod
cent and one dollar
sizes. You may have a
freo, also pamphlet tell' .oa
u nmofyt tithn
imesd Vokeal rido
-Itoad the ad. oftheBig ore
this wepk and prAftby what.16 s
-11ead the ad. of Folger & ThMorn
loy anl1 avail yourself of their 'but In
-A small child of Mr. and re. O.
13. Williams died last'veek'of Oholera
-Judge R. 0. Purdy and fainily
are expected to arrive in Pickens this
week to tpend the summer.
-Call on us for peas and cane seed.
We have them in abundance.
-I. 0. Carter, Liberty, has re
ceived a complete line of buggies, hor.
no0s, saddles, whips, laprobes, etc.
-Any orue'in need of first class oak
or pine lumber will do well to send
their orders at once to S. H. Brown,
Pearl, S. (.
-N. D. Taylor, photographer, will
be in his studio, Carey building, on
Tuesday Juno 30, and Wednesday,
July 1st. Remember the date, and
call on him for nice work.
--Married, at the residence of the
officiating N'o4y Public on June 8th
1903, Mr. M. A. lton to Miss Ger
trude Hendricks. A. Jones per.
formed the ceremony. " 11 of Table
Mountain, Pickens coun
-The summer school is oving
along very satisfactorily. 'ty
three teachers have enrolled. Sat
day afternoon the teachers took r. ds
lightful outing to Glassy Mountain,
They went out on the 4 o'clock traind,
scaled the' heights and viewed the
sights, returning at 7 o'clock.
- -Your attention is directed to the
advet tisement of the Easley Ho rd.
ware Co., in this issue. They have a
complete line of shelf ware and can
fit you up with anything you want
that is usually carried by a fi'st class
hardware firm. They are agents for
the Deering Machine Co's., line of
goods, consisting of mowers, harvest
ura, rakes, etc., and can make it to
your interest to buy of them; they
also carry a complete stock of repairs
for those machines.
-Rich Oitis and John Montgom.
erv, colored, got into a light Saturday
night; Montgomery was stabbed in
the arm and hit on the head with a
bottle, while Curtis was considerably
gashed on the hip, back, body and
arms. He was badly cut up and bled
profusely, the wounds being many and
somewhat dangerous, and Dr. Maul.
din had quite a little job sewing him
up. They were both drinking and a
woman, Belle Stephens, colored, was
the cause of the trouble.
-Read the ad. of Folger & Thorn
joy, They offer a discount of 20 per
cent off of their prices on their entire
line, of good, in order to keep from
md.hg their stock into thhi n V
building. All of thier lines are fresh
and bought this season and this cut
means a very'great saving to the buy.
ing public. If you need any goods
at all do not purchase until you have
inspected this'stock of general mler
-Cardsa have been issued for the
Boggs to Dr. J. N. Hallum in the
Presbyterian church in Easley, on
next 'luesday evening June 30th, at
8:30 o'clock. Miss Bogge is the ac
oed and charming daughter
WV. K. B3oggs, of Easley, and
* nown to many of the Pickens
Dr. Hallum is the popular
* and one of. the members of
of the Pickens Drug Co., and
.i his friends by the score,
whojoin in well wishes over this
-There will be a big slaughter
sale of fine millinery at the storc of
Heath-Bruce-Morrowv Co., beginning
on Friday June 26th and eniding on
Tuesday, June 30th. During this
,time the knife will be put to prices in
all other lines. Read their announce
ment in this issue and come to town
on those dates prepared to carry home
with you~ such a load of bargains as
you never had before. This is no
fake sale, as you well know, as this
firm always does what it promises or
advertises, and you have done busi
ness with them long enough 'to know
them and depend on them. RemeQm
ber the dates, and come and bring
your family, and stay all day.
-The Educational Conference that
was in contemplation for Pickens on
Julf 4, at which it was hoped Oov
ernor Heyward and Supt. 0. B, Mar
tin would be present, will have to be
postponed until, a littler later in the
summer. They have an engagement
in Florence July 2, and it would be a
very hurried trip to reach Pickens on
the Fourth. It would necessitate the
absence of these important executive
officers for about four days in success
ion-which they ,prefer not to do.
They have assured Supt. Hallum,
however, that they will favor Pickens
with a visit some time during the
summer, and the postponement has
been made at the suggestion of Supt.
Martmn, in order- to suit the conveni
once of the Governor. *
-Mrs. Lillie Porter, nee Jenkins,
wife of Arthur S. Porter, of Piedmont,
died at the home of her father-in law,
James H. Porter, of "Portertown" on
the evening of the 20th Inst., after a
week's illness from continued fever
with involvement of the brain. She
had camne up to Mr. Porter's on a
visit and was taken sick there. Hecr
remnaips wdre laid to t'est in the-come
tory at Porter's Chapel on Sunday
afternoon biy the side of her sister,
Daisy Jenkins. She leaven a father,
T. N. Jenkins, and brother, WV. A.
Jenkins, both of Piedmont, and a
husband and four children, besides a
host of relatives and friends to mourn
her loss.. She was a good mother, a
true woman and consecrated chris
tian, a member for a long tinme of
Porter's Chapel. To the stricken
husband and motherless children and
brother and father, the sympathy of
frIends goes out in this their hor of
"I have been troubled for some time
indigestion and sour stomaoh," says
ab .. arah W. Curtis, of Leo, lass.,
ave been taking (Jhamberlain's
beach and ILiver Tablets which have
me ver'y muoh so that-now I can
Iimany things that befo I pould not,"
ou have any trouble with your
Aohswhy#o tkg *hepe Tablets and
~ *O 0AI byDr. Ge W. Iarle
taprnigof June d, eiter a
oon ud illhes of tany nonths
MreBoUF h~as the deughtei of
Bidlvy aUd Eulima Brce,' formerly of
Elbert county, GeoWila and was
abut 40 years of age.
After the dealth .of her father, the
family removed to Pickens about the
year 18'78 where they have. lived ever
In 1882, Mts. Boggs, then the old
est surviving child of the family, was
happily married to Julius E. Boggs,
a lawyer at tlia Pickens bar, and tpis
union has beek blessed by three's6ns
and one daughter, all of whom, with
thcir- father, survive their mother.
Besides these, ers. Boggq i-aves sur.
viving one- brother, Mr. J. MoD.
Bruce, of this place, and a sister, Mrs.
L. U. Thornley, also of this place, as
her nearest relatives.
Friende without number all over
this country, and wherever she was
known, will be grieved at io great a
loss, for the taking away of so good a
woman is a distinct loss to the whole
community, and the sympathy of all
the people go out to the stricken
household and to all her people in this
hour of great bereavoment.
The interment- took place at the
grave-yard at the Presbyterian church
in Pickens on Wednesday evening,
Rev. J. T. Wade conducting the ob.
Easley, S. C., June 22, 1003.
***fjeshing showers fell last night
and eve , thing seems to have taken
on new lifb.
Baseball is dMtI the rago here. The
Easley team went down in bitter dd.
feat before Piedmont lhist Saturday.
Score 8 to 4.- Batteries f6r 39pley
were Werner and Davis; Piedmoht,
Cleveland and Pool. While Pied.
mont was doing the stunt to the first
nine, the second nine was rubbing it
in to an aggregation from Mills Mill
to the tune of 24 to 13. How is that
for running up the score? At the
same time the team composed of town
boys were walloping the Glenwood
team; score 13 to 16 in favor of the
city lads. The second nine from
Easley Mill goes to Pickens thiJ af.
Alexander Robinson, son of W. W.
Robinson, who has been very low
with appendicitis is some better, and
his many friends will be glad to see
him on the streets again soon.
The friends of Mr. Ed. Hamilton
wil be sorry to know that he is very
low with typhoid fever and is not ex.
pected to live.
Mrs. J. E. Kinch is also very ill.
Dr. Sterling, of Greenville, was in
Dr. A. J. S. Thomas, of Greenville,
was here today, en route home from
A series of meetings is bleing con
ducted at the Methodist church this
week by Rev. Beard, of Penltonm.
It will continue the remainder of this
J as. T. (Bill) Richey, of ,ickens,
pjassed through here last Friday en
route to Clinton where he goes to
'visit]his sister, Mrs. Flora Lathemi.
Miss Queen Johnson is visiting 1her
sister, Mrs. Merritt, at Pelzor this
Well! Dr. J. N. Hallum, of Pick
ens, spent the day in Easley yester.
Max Williams, of Greenville, was
Quite a numlber of our young peo
ple attended the Martin-Pickens wed
ding last Wednesday.
Thbe Standard Oil Company is con
temiplating the erection 'of a tank and
relay station at this point; and Mr.
Bohler, their agent, has been here
for a fewv days seeing just what could
b~e done. Should they fully decide
to oper-ate her-e it would be a great
convenience for the people here and
surrounding towns and we hope they
will decide to locate a station here.
Mr. Editor for fear wve take too
much of your valuable space f will do
up the budget for this time.
Allow me space in your valuable
paper to give the people a few dots
from this section.
The people of this section ar in
better- hopes since the rain. Those
who had their cotton thinned before
the r-ain have a - good stand in the
row and also in the middle.
The health of this section is very
good at present, except Thomas- T.,
the little son of Mr. and Mrs. '.. TV,
Hughes. He has been ver-y ill. Pr.
Milton Ponder is attending on him.
The union meeting at Peter's Creek
tihe last fifth Nundaiy wans almost a
failure; but we hoard an able sermon
preached by Rev. J. E. Foster, that
was interesting. After the sermon
had Intermission of one hour and a
half for dinner. Iu the afternoon
there was some good singing by tho
The Sunday school at Peter's
Creek is progressing nicely with Mr.
J. 5. F'riddle as super-intendent and
J. 13. Stephena as agisttent.
The County convicts have been
working out the roads bet ween Peter's
Creek church and the Hagood br-idge.
If this don't find the waste basket
you will hear from me again. Suc
cess to The Sentinel .Jouinal.
Mr. Tom Burns, of this place; and
Miss Lizzie Pace, of Mayfieldl, were
married Sunday afternoon at th'e regi
dence of Mr. William Uughes, of
Looper. Many good wishes to the
Mrs. R. M. Foster, accompanied by
her three smallest children, are visit.
ing her parents, Dr. and Mrs. P; P.
Butler, at Santuck.
Rev, and Mrs. J. E. Foster have
returned froni a very pleasant visit
among friend~s at Locust.
Mrs. Mary Anderson, of Green
ville, Is visiting friends here.
Mv, and Mrs. Russell Kelley, o~
Mfonaghan, visited relatives her0 Sun
Mr. and -Mrs. 'Charlie Foster and
son- visited relatives and friends here
.Mrs. THarriett laines (1ied Mdnday
morning at her home .Ih Pacpvil e,
and wvas buried Tuesday thorning
l1;0/9 0'1ock t tr's0 Cek
Sp n qb to
DAr tio apkirs ake
0Me6k o.the 4th i R fiue n son
MIes Ada Matido, of Dalton see
jonl,a thegtriest of hie'ootsein,-Mies
~ophia~. Manklin, Suniday.
Ufr. Lawrence Stiith's little son
hAd the nIstoi-tune of -getting, bit bf
a rattlesnake Frldpy last.
Married, od the 21p in-tant, Mr.
Dock Ieeves to Viss Lizaio Stone,
Rev. Seabrook Atkinson offlinting.
We wish the your-g couple a happy
0. W. Oarrett had the misfortune
of getting one of his fingers seriously
mashed last week.
Mrs. Robt. Mauldin, who has been
quite sick has recovered.
.Girls, if you see or hear of boys
wearing gloves in the field you may
know that they won't do to make the
Henry B. Bowen, of Norris, passes
through our -section very often in his
now tip top buggy.
Mrs. W. A. Hendricks visited rela
tives at Liberty the past week.
All of our farmers are done cutting
their wheat. Very soon we will have
Rev. J. T. Lowis filled his regular
appointment third Sunday afternoon
at Mt. Olivot and preached an excel
Be sure and don't forget the picnic
at Birch's Ford next Saturday. Lot
all go and carry ;well filled baskets.
A most enjoyable day is expected.
As we have'l. seen anything in the
paper ab.ut Prof. Gnrrett's lecture
on the first Sunday, Ne -will
mention and say it was grand. You
would enjoy going to bix Mile and
boar Prof. J. 0. Garrett sing ' Ha k,
the Songd of Jubilee."
Blackberries 're bountiful now and
will make a nice dessertor a midday
meal. Don't you kn it suits that
follow that we spoko f.
Several of our ci izens are talking
of going to the reu ion at Pulzor the
Fourth of .July. If 't is just only half
as nice as the Mem', ial Day was at
Pickiens, I know pool o would enjoy
We eijoyed eating une peaches at
Mr. Bob's Sunday a ernoon. We
will not mention their Dame1s. Uno
and Ino, guess?
Mr. Charley Dalton, a promising
young man of Dalton sectiq, visited I
our section Sunday. His best girl
wtasn't at home.
The ground is very dry and hard,
but we hope for rain soon.
Our anonymous writer is blank of
nows at this writing but if forgiven,
will try and gathor up more by next
Many best wishes to Sentinel Jour
nal readers. M. S.
To Mutthern in Town.
Children who are dlellente, feverish and cross
will get Iimedlate relief from Mother Gramy's
Sweet Powders. for Chilldrenm. Tihey clenme the
stommanch, act on the liver, mamking~ a sickly child
stronig mand healthy. A certin cure for wornms.
Sold by 'l alldrugglsts, 25o. Saumple free. A d
dress..A lIon S. O1lmsted, LeRoy, N. Y.
Fresh testimony in great quantity is
constanitiy coming in, declaring Dr,
King's New Discovery for Consumption
Coughs and Colds to be uine qualed. A
recent expression from T. J. McLarland
Benitorvil le, Va., serves as example, ie
writes: "I had Bronchitis for three
years-'and doctored all thme time wi'thlout
being benefitted. Tihen I began takingr
Dr. King's New Discovery, and a few
bottles wholly cured me." Equally ef..
fective ini curmng all Lung an~d Throat
troubles, Consumption, Pneumonia and
Grip. Guaranteed b~y Pickens Drug Co.
Druggist. Trial bottles free, regular
klizes 50c, and $1.00.
Mlany Schmool Cildrena are Nickly.
Mdother Gray's Sweet Powders for Children,
used by Mothme Gray3, a nurse ini Clhldre'r, Hiome
N'ew York, nireak u p Colds In 24 hours., eumre lVe
yerishiness, Hleadachle, stonmachm troutic.'s Teeth
in~ DIsorders, an1 lestroy Wrms At all dr
enS. lnseod, LeoyN..
Beginning Friday J
Are going to be sold for
does not mean old hard stock1
intend to carry over anything i
,,.Ribou Reduced About (
No. 16 Taflta, sold for 15icts to olo
No. 40 " " " 20cts to
No 60 ". " " 25cts"
No 80 " " " 30ct.s "
No 40 Batin Taffta sold for 20c to
No 60 " 6" " " 85,c.t<
No 80 " " " " 'Jdc tc
No 40 Moire, sold for 25o t9/ clo
No 60 " " " 30c)$6 "
No 80 " " " 856to "
A. few pieces of No120 Lousine
60 cent kind tooclose,6t 80 cents,
These are decide&Iy tihe biggest
gains ever offoroff and you shouldr
Si RII is full o1
acked by our lr<
.... . . . . .
An Will for the Next '0 days
Soll Goods Regardless ot Cost
',IT WILL ?PAY T.OU TOCALL, AND S.I Mg.,
I have just received 1000 lbs. of soda to go at 151bs. for 25a
Sugar has advanced but I atn still selling 19 lbs of Stand
arL(raiulated Sugar for $1.00. 20 lbs Plantation Granu
lated Sugar for $1.00.
3 lb can Baitlett Pears, first quality In syrup for 10c..
3 lb can Standard B-rand Tomatoes at 10o
3 lb can Pie Peaches at 10c.
About 100 lbs of nice Mountain Dried Apples worth
8 and 10 6ents to close out at 6c.
A 2 lb box of Fresh Oat Flakeo at 8o. Large size No 2
Lamp Chimneys at. 5.
I also have about 750 lbs of Tobacco, different brands
to go at a bargain. I a.n overstocked on syrup and mo.
lasses and will sell you the kind that sells at 50c for
400 and the kind that sells for 40 and 45a at 85c and
the 35o kind at 25c.
AS H O E S.
I am receiving new lots of shoes :every few clays 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 74, 15c qhality fQr 10o.
72 inch pure Irish linen table Damask worth 75c for 60c.
Pure Irish dross linen, good value at 20c to go @ 15c.
Great line Dimities, Lawns, etc. from 5 to 121o.
Yard -wide "Fruit of the Loom" bleaching at 9c.
} yard wide Bleaching at 5c.
Great values in Umbrellas froin 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, harness, saddles, whips, lapropes and
most anything in hardware. I have a good many other bar
ginns to numerous to mention. Come and s'e it cost you noth
ing to look. Yours respoetfully,
R. C. CARTE~,
-THE CASH MERCHANT
SHIRL.EY's OI.D STAND. LIBERTY, S. C.
oWers AND Rks
Full line of repairs for Deering.*Mowers.
Sample Organ for.Sale Cheap.
Summer Lap Robes 25c. 'Buggy Umbrellas.
Wheeler & Wilson No. 9 ball bearing Sewing Machines.
Full line Shelf hardware.
DeVoes Lead and Zinc Paint.
Fewer Gallons wears longer.
Easley Hardware Co,
Easley, S. C.
MILLINERY .. .
am moth Store.
uine 26 and Ending Tuesday June 30;
BBONS and SILKS.
r song. Yon can't afford to miss this opportunity. This
ut' everything in these lines wvill be included. WXe don't
n 'hese departments, so be on hand and get your share.
ni Half... SILKS 4 SILKS.
s~ ont at s.They Must.
15 . ~ Be Sold....
close at 10c 1 Liot plaid silk to go at . . . . . . 25c
" " 20c All 50, and 60 cent Silk to go at . . . 3 71
25c 1 Lot 85o Silk to go at.., .... .. . . 68
" " 20o 1 Lot $1.00 and $1.25 Silk to go at . . .B80
Ribbon the **Don't Pail to see...
ot miss them. These Bargains.
ns in all departmnents. The BIG
:gargams, 1i3very purchase is
mn clad guarantee :
Worth or YOur Money Back."
cens, South Carolln
on our entire line of Dress Goods, Jo
ingand Low Out Shoes for Men,
Women and Children.
WA havo a few pair of patent lea,ther oxfords for Men l9ef to
From Now Till Sept. 1st
We will offer our entire line of General Merchandise at a b g
discount. We hope by that time to be in new quarters and
we want to move as few goods as possible.
.IDon't Miss This Golden Opportufii"ty,
FOR.BARGAINS as it don't come but about once hia~v.e
timi'e. Our prices are always right but this reduction b101
them down cheaper than the cheapest. Highestprices pa
for country produce. Your patronage solicited.
'Folger & Thornley
Clothing, Hats, Shoes and Gents Furnishing
A Complete Set of Dishes
oF R E ES
We take pleasure in announcing to our many friendg
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
.. th TELY F E OF COST...
We will guarantee to sell all g ds as cheap if not
cheaper than ever before and wi 'ch purchase,
with cash or produce we will issue coupon. resent
ing the amount of your purchase. When yo up
ons reach specified amounts you are. entitled to
ent dishes such as dinner plates, pie plates, han -
somely decorated cups and saucers, exquisite de
signs in covered dishes, bakers, orange bowls, sauce
*dishes, wvater 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.:
*--BONE-P~R10E CASil STORtE.-.
*is extended to the trading public to call and see t
line of goods I carry. If either the goods or the 1:7
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
trade-Give me a trial and you will never regret it'
Yours for trade,
John F. Harris.
'$P3CIAL: The best parched and e enco es. 17 m(
Great Bargains in Laces! .
and embroidery with insertions to match ! A man who makes
business to scrape up bargains in goods sent me a lot of fine lacea
broideries and insertions with instructions "to sell"; that means as
as 'this lot lasts you can buy it for less than half the usual price; Yi'a :
with the lot is somec extra line lwns; were it not for the redicul
lowv price he made on this I would ship it back. Several pieces or ont
dies and other up to date dress goods; you will. be interested ini bi~
prices on this stuff. *A few pairs very nice oxfords, hardly enough L
mention, 45c. for your choice. Last year a house shipped me abc a
times as many cotton hoes as I bought; it is a good thing I kept ;h
as they are much higher. I can se11 you cotton hoes for less thai h
can be bough t at wvholosale, atnd still niake a litta pro~it, nn'i i
willing to do it.j
Produce always wvan ted.
T.D0. H ARRIS.
We are always
Clad to see you
buying the bes
The best is the cheapest. It is economy to buy the
We like to sell the best because the best always gives satisfr .
This applies to all classes of goods-.
Stoves, Axes, Saws, Table and Pocket
utlery, Hammers, H-and Saws & Hl~
-as well as to
SIhoes, flats, Clothing, JTeans, Sheetings, Checks,
Yarns, DrIlls, Oil Clot hs,
and hundredeof other useful aitteles which we always bi
REME MBE R I Good goods cost
shoddy goods. Call in, look throu
lines and give us your valued bus
plote in every way.