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HQI oi a LOc and Pera Natur.
-'-The: prico of flour. continues to
-Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Cox visited
relatives in Greenville this week.
I have foor nico milch ow for
male. J. ). Holder, Piokons, S. C.
-.13erkshii-o pigFs for salo. Ivy M, ]
Maildij, Pickens, S. C. 2w. ]
-born to Mr. and Mrs. J. Harvey
Kennemur on the 19th inst., a girl.
- -Tio price of cotton which wont
tip liko a rocket has commoniced fall
--It. Earlo Lewis, of Greenville,
spent t fow days with the home folks
here last week.
--T. Ml. Kennedy, representing
the Greenvillo News, was in Pickeis
a portion of latit wook.
-Savo your forage with the up-to
dato Plano Mower and Rake. It. C
Carter, Liberty, agent.
-D. F. Sutherland, a prominent
merchant of Alica, is in the city.
Greonvillo Herald, 15th inst.
-Mrs. J. B. R. Freeman, who has
been on a visit to relativos in Groon
ville, returned home Tuesday.
-I. 0. 'Carter, Liberty, has ro
ceived a comploto lino of buggies, har
110, saddles, whips, laprobee, otc. *
--- Pastor Fostor will bogin a pro
tracted meeting at Secona on Friday i
night beforo the first Sunday in
r -Col. C. J. Murphy, with his fain.
ily, and W. J. Carroll, of Charleston,
are at the Ambler House for tb
-Mrs. Hester and son, Richard, of
Pickens county', arO visitiig Mrs. N
T. Martin in Forest street.-Groeu.
-We are told that the farmors are
sowing and planting peas and otlber
forage crops as they i-evor did buforo.
This is good news. '
-Thc past week has beon a favor.
able one for the crops. The replorts
show a steady improvemont in all
crops, especially cotton.
(800) cords good four (4) foot pinc.
wood. Good price. Apply to Far
mors' Oil Mill, Greenville, S. 0. 323
-Spring chickons have been fairly
plentiful for a co)ple of weeks-a
good sign of abundance in the coun
try and of bettor rations in the town.
-M B Moore, confined in jail on
th chargo of killing A. Walker
Alauldin, was released frou custody
i- the sum of $2,000 bail Monday
Rekv. Frank Lantk(r addressed
a good crowd in the .Baptist.chiurchm
on Siundmi night on Christian Edu
c-ition. Ibnremarks were apt, I'm ily
rn 1 weil- Eeived.
--J. Mi . Brceo and fat y are off
on a monu ain trip); they visit the
SatpphireC unitry .beara r
and~ no d ubt they wilhave a cu
ant and enjoyable outting.
-.D. Taylor, photographer, will
be int his studio, Carey budlding, on
Tuesday and WVednesday, Jluly 28th'
and 29th. Remnember the (date, and
call on him for nice work.
-A protraicted meeting will begin
at the 1Pickens Baptist church on the
third Salbbathi in August, conducted
by thu pastor. R'v. A J. 8. Thomas,
.and assisted by Rev. 0. J. Copoland.
--On Saturday, August 1st, Chil. j
dren's Day will b)0 observed at Re.
tnrion church. Every body come and
brting well filled baskets and song
books. Several promintent speakers
--A Spartanburg jury gave Mrs.
Davis a verdict (of $1,000 danmages
against J. D. Collins, a mnerchanit.
Mrs. Davis bought goods fromi him
and they had a fuss about the settle
mnt and lie struck her.
-Now is the time to send a barrel
of nowv wheat flour to you orphanage.
Whether you arme a Baptist, Presby
terian or~ M\ethois~t, you have an Or
phanage in the State and should feel
personally responsible for your share
of its sopport.
--"Is it hot enough for you?" is
still the grcoting you hear wvhen you
meet a friend on the streets. It is
just a little antiquated, but nto one
s~e)es able to spring a nowv one.
~ .~lhe is no hesitancy shown by any
o 'ris wering the qukestion.
- W. H. Johnson has bought the
entire Ib~ second( hand sewing ma.
chines, traded for b~y the Davis Sew
ing Machine Co., about seventy live
in number. Yo'i will isis a bargain
if you doni't call and get one before
they are all gone. T1hey are going
4 cheap. D~on't fail to see themn.
-Elsewhlero in this issue we pub
lish a reward of $20.00 for the appre
hension and dlelivery to 0. M. Gilles
pie, at East Fork church, in Transyl- t
vanlia county, N. C., one Loon WVhit- C
mire, charged with malicious depre. C
dlationis to the church, breaking out.
the window lights and shootizng into I
the organ. WVo hope that ho will he
caught amnd turned over to the prioper r
persons who will I(ot the law take its
(turse. Such cattle should tie so- I
vorely dealt with anzd an exatmple j
madeo of t hem.
Wesleyani Met hudist ch arch will con. I
veno at. Iiedmnont, S. 0 , on Wedntes.
day nigh t before thle first SnhIday in
.Attgust and conitinue until 10th of t'
n' at. Every body cordially intvitedl. dI
inisters of all denomninationts aire
ge .t~ ntly requested to attenid; (your t
boe and hasard free.) Come and bolp) a
a ,Is in our effart to spread "script. e
4 ural holiness over these lands." A
restautrant will be ifear by for tihe ic. I
comm~iodation of. the public.
Xet the saintS everywheoit mnak v
unceasing pf eV~r .that the ",Lord~ of
H Josta('-:May 'b with uts an~d ta
nete of- reaious souls mnai be OUlm
*verted, and believers sanctifi1dl a
(d'i of G d's children built up andh
trengt u(1nod ini bhir mnest holy fatl.
Wley', 8. uly 01.0V
Through the,-ffort of mr. 4 a.
her, anumprded Ordoreptasol 4
Jonolave was rgai)ized a -this # V1
8atur(ay nlght lg, with a member.
hip of 1eary forty. "''he, Oonelave
hall be khown as Moutiain View, tl
qo. -. The followitig officers wore oc
lected and installed: Past Archon,
)r. W. A. Tripp; Arobon, Dr. H. E. it
tussell; Provost, D. M. Rodgere, See- tb
e6tary, F. E. Pickens 'inancier, W. al
). Callahan; Treasurer, J. 0. Griffin;
?relate, R. A. Gentry; Inpector, W.
l. LaBoon; Warden, L Christophei; at
lentinel, L. Conch. Mr. Plummer a
vill go from here to Piokens where
te will organize a Conclave in the
A bum game of ball was .played pi
iero Saturday aifternoon between the t
Iasley Mill and Poe Mill, the score
tainding at dark 24 to 12, in favor of
ho Easloy Mill. The great feature
if the game was the inability of the te
it- field on both teams to locate their
y traps, insomuch that numerous
igh iflies were not swallowed.
Ensley furnished three speakers
or the Fairview Children's Day ex. tl
reises; Rev. D. W. Hiott, Rev. J. T.
Vade and Laban Mauldin. All of L
rhich, we are told, made excellent
Misses May Oats and Fannie White
pent Saturday and Sunday visiting di
rieuds and relatives in Anderson
Mr. .1. C. Griffin attended the
Uartin-Welborn wedding at Ander
on last week. m
Miss Maude Griffin, of Anderson,
i visiting her brother J. C. Griffin, al
tere this week.
Mrs. Lizzie Hyde, of Cincinnati, h
6nd Miss Lizzie Richardson, of Lib- N
irty, visited Mrs. J. R. Wyatt last h
L'hursday. - h
Mrs. James O'Dell, of Birming.
tali, Ala, is at her father's, Mr. J.
3. Wyatt, for the summer.
Miss Lucia Archer and Miss Brown a,
if Anderson, spent last week with
drs. Acker, of this place.
Miss Bessie Stone, who hps been
im a visit to her aunt, Mrs. W. H.
?ickon, here, has gone to Anderson
The reservoir for the Easley Cot.
on Mill, under the supervision of
Jr. Tiom Blassingame, is about com
Mr. Editor, if this hot wind con.
inues and Chas. Burbage is elected
La a warden for Greenville, we don't fe
mow what will become of the coun
y, unless we can rent an acre or two si
>f ice-water to submerge our sizzling k
lozzles in. 'I his is not a hot shot.
Dull Needle. 0
Beverley Newe. *
Crops areovery good in this section
Hon. M. F. Ansel, of Greeg ville, ii
niied hero the 15th and 16t dJInst. ~
Mrs. Ben Jioggs is very ill, but her
naniy friends hope for a speedy IC y
Tom Norris visited the Connie- ti
Rfaxwell orphanage at Greenwvood the
lIth inst. Reports a nice time. h
Clarence, the little son of Mr. uand
ilrs. Sam Wilson is very sick. Dr., h
Streitton is waiting on him. p
E. H. Watson .paid Polzor a flying
risit last week. s
What is wrong with the thrah.
irs? Theby lsvo missed about 50)0 c
bushels of grain around Beverley.
There will be a Sunday school cole n
>rationx at Reunion the first Sundi y t<
ii August. Everybody is invited to w
:ome prepared to spend the day. I
H. R. Mull has treated himself to (3
newv top buggy.
Rev. J. W. Sheriff filled his regular "
ippointmient at Mt. Airy the second a
Alisses Sallie and Addie ~Kenne.
neo, of Easley, have I een on a very
>leatsant visit to their uncle, E. E. la
(ennemore, in this section.
The Beverley Granite (Jo., is send- si
ng out a large quantity (If stone this o
cas8on. J. S. (Joe, of Virginia, is d
G4. C. and M. H. Young, of Easley,
'isited friends near here last Satur- Li
lay and Sunday. n)
This section was visited by a good
ain last week. tI
Lafayette Gary and wife (If Atlanta, ~
~isited the family of Ben Bogga last
The convicts have been working ki
he road leading from Eiisley to Lib- i
irty, by way of phone line. We hoper
hey will be put on the other Liberty;.
'oad and give it a general good scrape.
Some of the farmers have begun to ho
ayby. Others say it will take them ft
ill the 15th of August to, get done. R
'.The Boggs Moantain Cannery is si
eing run very sue Cessfully by J. H. pi
[enderson. -Lost Boy.
Hazel Happings. ~
Ephriam Guistrap is still very sick. al
Daniel Winhester has been on the
ick list the past week, but is bettor g<
t this writing.
We have had real summer time for 0
lie past two weeks and it has bronght fo
ut the little weoak looking cotton and vi
Some few farmers have begun to
1yby with the plow. ar
Weo are visited with a great deal of M
ain these days.
Hazel postoflice has been re estah. "I
shed and Flora L. Winchester has
0een appointed postmistress. TIhis hr
a great convenience to the Little
~ast atoe people. CJonneoction is mnde to
very Tuesday and Fridlay at Turkey hr
ostofilce with the Nine Times daily wv
The public road leading from An- ti<
oeb church tp Mr s. Sarah Alexan
er's has been pnt in good condition th
The new bord of trustees for An- ru:
och school district, No. 44, met and1
rganized aind elected WV. If. Gran1t, w
bairmian. - W
Some of us faruners are having a I
ard tussel with General Green these
J. Columbns Parrott, of: Varnetls,
a, is on' a visit to relatives and aa
blends In this section. He ametoa
ehis father, J. 8. Parrotlt and fot
ees week before ho died.
Antlodh snhnol opnnd Mondlawth1
The hoalh Ittyais i isg
Most of the fisniora will claimA I
3tory over General Gr eit' this w<
the weather permits.
Weelieve that the cotton crop
roe weeks late iii this aetion of
On the 9th inst., a hail storm
)d this section. It is estima
at the cotton in its track was de
Oi last Sunday evening quitc
owd gathered at W. U. Rigdo
id bad some good singing. S.
mImons anid Miss Dader Ri
rhormed at the organ.
The Sunday school at OAenoy
-ogressing nicely with A. W. R
ons as superintondwit. We beli
ae older people as welt"M the you
ight to take more interest in Sun
Mr. and Mrq V. S. Medlin, of I
r, visited in this sect idaSundaly.
Hello, here I am again.
Mrs. L B. Williams is very ill
Miss Ella Freeman visited N
enora Looper last Saturday nip
James Hughes and John Frid
sited in this section Monday 1E
Miss Evio Hendricks spent Thu
ky with Miss Nora Loopor.
Miss Fanny Laoper visited M
aggio Chapmar Saturday.
8 0. Chapuan spent Saturday t
Lmday with his parents, Mr. a
rs. W. J. B. Chapman.
Miss Anna Hughes spent SumD
'tornoon with Miss* Emma Snith
Loon Gillespio passed last week
a way homio from Texas. He s
orth Carolina is- good enough
mt and lia friends are glad to
im back again.
Miss Rachael Harris and EnE
endricks, of Table Mountain, visi
this section Sunday evening.
-e glad to have them in our mi<
S 0. Chapman killed a rattleani
at Saturday with six rattles.
T. A. Willinns went to Greenv
i business last week.
W. 0. Cl.pan and J. E. H
licks were guests at 8. M. Loop(
unday July 16th.
With bost wishos to the Sentir
>urnal I close. Blue Eyes
J. J. Newton is very sick n
R. Arnold, who has been qii
ok for several weeks, we are glad
low is a little better.
W. B. and B. F. Phillips and i
the latter, of Bessimer, Ala.,
ith home folks here this week.
Jas. A. Whiten and sister, 1%J
arviii, of Atlanta, spent several di
at wveek in Gastonia, N. C., n
'eir uncle, T. B. Terrell.
Mia Hattie Jobhon. a charm
suing lady of our vicinity was
elcome guest of the Misses Ball
M~rs. T. C. Robinson is visiting
ae folks in Greenville this w ok
WV. T. Garvin, engineer ont the
nta end of the Southern, gaid ui
easant call Sunday.
W. R. Johnston and F. HI. LUar
>ent Saiuritay evening wvith theo
E. WV. Taute, of the Bowven Lumni
o., is quite unwegthis wveek.
Trho addition to our' cotton rr ill
ow in progress and will ho congt
la by the first of October. ']
ork is under tho supervision
oftin & Thtompson, contractors
astonia N. C.
Prof. Dendly has opened ouir scl
itha a lige number of studlents
rerything is promising for a g
Six Mile Items.
Some of our farmers have boe
yingby their caops.
Thbreshers have been through
action for the piast week thresh
it the small grain. The wheat c
id not prove to be as good as
Rt. H. Holcomvbo had the mis:
me of losing an ox by getting
We witnessed a sorrowful scene
eo 13th inst., of our deceased frae
r. A. Walker Mauldin, of Dal
ction, wvho was killedl instatntly.
as liked by all who know him.
ow he is out of his troubles a
inIs of this life and hopo he is
s~t. Walker was an intellig,
mung mant, andl his host of frier
grotted to hear of lis death.]
maains were interred the day:
wing at Gap 11111 buaial ground,
neral services weore cond(1ueled
ev. Soal~rook Atkinson. TIlie gi
ricker, family have our drepest as
Rev. J. T. Lewis filled lisa regu
>pointme~nt at Gap Hill Sundlay ii
'enched an edifying sermon to
The health of our sectio a is vI
Thb protracted meeting sat Mot
livet 'Will begin Saturday before I
urtha Sunday in this maonth. S
ees will he conducted by the pas
Dv. George Nally.
Mrs. P. W. WVillimon visited ia
la1 irs. Joel Newton, of Nora
r. Newton has been very sick
mu timie and we hope to heaa of
Miss Corrie Duthama has treat
rself to a fine organ.
Mr. Gordon Pickens, who mov~
the Dalton s'vction some time a
5 mfoved bacwk. He has a wa
lcomo in our section.
Crops are looking tine in 'his a
Mirs. Ml. BI. Evans Is quite sick
is writing. H~opo to hear of I
Miss Mlary Trotter has the lini
tiormelon pal ch we have seen. Thi
II be ripe now in a few days. H<
wish I was her best "feller."
Fehool will open N~)nday morii
tb Mr. J. AM. Ent4 -kin as teach
Best wishes to eontinol .Jourr
d readers. Old IRidjle.
On 1%ag Augus 5th, 1003,
069d& .. mn., I ill le to
I aft retpoI1sble. ftt~or' tihe
A. * . TInuhe'y, Jrt
pis-* OF THE
Opened at R. U. CARTER'S, Libert;
luntil his entire stock of i
n's= - - =
L. We can tell you here of but very finw of the
[o . appreciato them. Prices will be'6pooially redot
. gardless of cost. Road every word and then c<
is W Look for the tickets, goods marked in plain fig
iUn less than half price.
zig 4 E
[ny Umbrella's heavy twill steel rod worth rogular
76 this sale they go at 45c.
ra. 0 60 inch red Table Damasc warranted host
turkey red regularly. priced at 6O per yard
going during thitsalo at 24c.
1000 yards calico; standard, going long as it
t lasts at 4 c the yard.
15 dozen Men's Dress Shirts, regular $1.00
We kind to go during this salo at 65c.
ht. 10 (zen Men's Dross Shirts, 75o kind to go
dMe during this sale for 05c.
th. My immense stock of shoes all to go in this
rs- esale at great money saving pricns.
*no lot of men's shoos regularly priced at $1.60
iss to go for 95c.
lay S Jge "'@# R. C. CAI
e... OF MIL
no Beginning Friday June 26 a
ife AS, RIBBO]
rs. Are going to be sold for a song. You
Lys does not: mean old hard stock but everything
intend to carry ovecr anything in these dlepar
Wen ,,,Ribbons Reduced About One Half...
the No. 16 Taflita, sold for 15cts to close out at 8c.
No 40 4 " " 20cts to " " " 12c
No 60 " "'' "25cts " '' " ', 16c
aNo 80 "' " " 30cts " "" " 15ic
No 40 Satin 'Tafiita sold for 20o to close at 10c
or- No (60 " '' " " . 35c to 'o " 20c
01 No 80 " " " " 45c to '- " 25c
erNo 40 Moire, sold for 25c to clLse out nt 18o
No (6O " " " 30e to '- " "' 20c
;A No 80 " " "' 35c to " " " 25ic
)IC. A few pieces of No 1.20 Lousino Ribbion the
'ho 60Ocent kind to close at 30i cents.
of Thiese are decidedly the biggest ribbon bar.
of gains ever offered and you shouild not miss them.
Big Rieductions in all
STORE is full of Barga
ubacked by our iron clad
or "Your Moneys Wforth
TakeTo Cure a Co
TeLaxative Bromno Quiniii
a Seven Million boxes sold In past I2 months. Thlis
ifNotice- \V. T.X MoFALL,
m- . On A pril 1st, 1903, I 8 old my entire Proesiden
interest in the People's ,Journazl, the
tar paper and subFoription books, to J.
nd L. 0. Thompson, wh)o hais sinco (con. P
an sotidaled the Journal with the Sonti
. nel. Since April 1st, 1903, I hiave
had no connection whatever with the CA PI
paper, and all persons having busi. PROI
nes therewith, will reneive more DP
it prompt altention by addressing their DEP
he comneunications direct to J. L. 0.
or Thompson or to W. L. Mtathony,
tor taereby saving the delay incident to Interest pt
the mistaken address. Lib
'is. T. J Mauldin. WEi MAKlE A
for __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
P~RE[ TO THR BABIBS. .i1. ii~moon,
ed w.. M.oi i
The Eastern Manufacturing Co., of________
od Chicago, wll present to every baby,
o under one year of age, in this county, one
mi solid silver baby spoon with the baby'sU
given name engraved on same. You do o
be. not have to pay one cent nor buy any.
thing to get this spoon. The Eiastern
at Manufacturing Co. are large manufac
er turera and jobbera of jewelry and
silverware, and have taken this method
tof advertising their goods. Instead of
ey spending thousands of dollars for
)W magazine advertising they have decided
to give it away direct to consumers,
The undersigned firm has been
rmad. distributing agent for this
'storanty Bring your baby to theirW
toeadgive tsname adage and
youwill recetve one of these beautiful .o~I
uihfor spoons all engraved free of cost.4 pri
at TilIs s not a cheap -article, but solid ral
he sliver, of elegant design. Don't fall
e 1to look, over the efegant line of The
IC Eastern Manufacturing C.' ods n
r, 8. C. July, 1, and will continue
'UMMER GOODS are sold.
aatonishing bargains. You must see them to
l1 on all goods. Many things will bo sold re
>me and Beo that the half has never been told.
urs, thi't means that the article is. offored for
One lot of fine footwear worth $2.00 to be
sold during this spec!al bargain sale for $1.25.
Largo lot of pants, overalls, going at prices
Alarm Clocks 65c Eight day, half-hour strike
clock for $1.95. Food choppers, crochery
enamelwore, tinware. I would like to tell
about my special prices. Ronombor spocial
prices will be made on every artioles during this
Bale. Best Spern sewing machine oil warranted
not to gum. good for bicycles, large bottles
only 5 "Foreo", Grape Nuts, the new food
for tired nerves, needs no cooking only 150. It
would tafke twice ai much space as I have and
then I couldu't toll all. Oall and see me if you
LIBERTY, South Carolina.
ad Ending Saturday July 4.
NS and SILKS.
ca t'afford to iniss this opportunity. This
in these lines will be included. We don't
tments, so be on hand and get your share.
SILKS 4 SILKS.
1 Lot plaid ailk to go at . .. . . . 25c
Ali 50 and (10 cent Silk to go at . .. . 7
1 Lot 85c Silk to go at . . . . . . 08co
1 Lot $1.00 and $1.25 Silk to go at . . . 80
WDon't Fail to see...
departments. Thile BI1G
ns. Every purchase is
or Year Money Back."
id in One Day :-cay..
le Ta~bes. On~ every
signtur, - Mee.-box. 25c.
J. Me). BRUCE,
OF .PICKENS, S. C.
T AL, . - - $ 20,500.00.
~lTS, - - $ 10,312.09.
)SITS, - - $100,055.29.
ion time Deposits. Careful Management,
eral Treatment to all it's Customers.
SPECIAIIPY OF SMALL LOANS TO FA RMERS.
THy ~ UST GO
are nowv '1* u'r entire stock
ecs. T'ake a b .it our Bargain
Dress Goods, Olo
hoes for Men,
ithvr oxfords for Mon left to
If Sept. 1st.
General Merchandise ata big
ie to be in new 'quarters and
)io but about once in a IifM..
0ht but this reduction brings
Bapest, Highest pri-ces paid"
ad Gents Furnishing
J. N. Hailum, Ph. G.
t that is spoiling
c will preserve
at better could
public to call and see the
ther the goods or the pri
eto buy ! ! ! II
chickens, etc., and will pay
r same, either in cash or
you will never regret it..
ind green cofiees I can buy.
somewhat the appearance
deo down, mixed uip, a regular
1. Making mnore room--bet
diuseful ar ticles that 'we don't
can ha~ve powerful cheap.
11 this (dusty work and will bo
in and see us--but don't all
his Folks TOM01VR OW.
I them about it,
('G I No trouble now to find
ri--Don't noglect the turnip
er, Price, *600.00,
t, Priceoeach)y -.-.,..... .400.00,
et, on corner, *"'
o acres--on~e-half In
Pickens, price, 854.00,
tithern Railway two mnilos from
ation, 12 acres good hottom land,
he money. Come quick or song
h, 2-story dwolling, 60 acres gond
Pllity of running streams $1855~
Pickens, 8, 0.
Ces C~ -luas
on our entire line of.
ingand Low Gut i
Wo havo a few pair of patent le
From Now Ti
We will offer our entire line of
discount. We hope by that tiT
we want to move as few goods a
Don't Miss This Go
FOR BARGAINS as it don't c,
time. Our prices are always ril
them down cheaper than the.ch
for country produce. Your pat
Clothing, Hats, Shoes ai
J. L. Bolt, M. D.
This space is in
week for the frui
for the want of o
A 15 cent packa
youas' ? ? ?
is extended to the trading
line of goods I carry. If ei
ces don't suit you don't has
I wvant your produce, eggs.
the highest market pr-ices fo
trade-Give me a trial andc
SPECIA\L: The best parched:
For The~ Past
Our store rooms have had:
Everything topsy, turvy, upsi
tear down, change about, roemodt
~ROON POR .MC
and while at this weo found a lot<
particularly needl and wvhich you
We have nowv about completed a
glad to have all our friends cill
comeI ait once0.
You and Your Folks Cc
Your Neighbor and
IBargains on all the sholves. Tel
- ANYTIIING I EVERYTHTI]
Shat You want.
New crop of turnip seed justr
BUY YOUR I
One 5 room house, Lot 70x21.0 f<
Two 4 room houses, Lot 70x210 fe<
Two nicely shaded lots, 100x200, fe
Oun F'arm--comnprisi ng seven ty-oni
cultivation and only 14 miles from
$.1.00 por aoere.-147 acres on So
wo cotton milile. 75 acres ini cultii
['heO wood alone on this place wort
ne will be aihead of you.
130 acre farmn near Six Mile chur(
eart timbler ; 60 acres inl cultii ation
For furthor information caill on
J. D. HOLD
011100 at Depot.
- Csts 04 5cdis
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