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LIX b ,ViRY ,T]UI1IDAY BKORNINO
- dverisinig Rites IReasonable
it&r - ickje P,ooice as Second Clart
PICKENS, S. C.:
Thursday, Jnly 30, 1903.
On April ist, 1903, I sold my ontir<
interest in the People's Journal, th
paper and subscription books, to J
L. 0. Thompson, who has sinco con
solidated the Journal with the Senti
nol. Since April 1st, 1903, I have
had no connection wntevor with th
paper, and all persons having busi
Does thorowith, will receivo more
prompt attention by addressing their
communications direct to J. L. 0.
Thompson or to W. L. Mathony,
tboroby saving the delay incident tc
the mistaken address.
T. J. Mauldin.
IAoV.oHLEYWAItD IN PICKENS.
An Educational Rally will be held
at Pickens on Frid ay, August 14th.
Gov. Heyward will be present, as
vill State Suplintendent of Educa.
tion, 0. B. Martin, and Goorge
Cromer, presidont of Newberry col.
loge. Each one vill mako an ad
dress along educational lines, and
each will say something good and ht
.he citizens of Piccons county ar<
cordially invited to come on that dai
and learn something of the educa
tional interests of the South. It wil
do you good to got away from home,
and also to hoar those addresses.
The ladies, God bless them, ar<
urged to coir e and to also brint
along the basket of good things -
lets have a regular picnic dinner oi
the court house grounds.
There is no politics in this gather
ing-it is simply the meeting togethi
or of a band of friends to enjoy pleas
antly the day and to learn something
of a question that is vitally importan
to each one of us.
Remember the day and coul6 -j
red to be benefitted.
ow At . Shumate Died.
The fu eral of d -erShu
mate, who, was thrown fo ug
and killed -Friday night, was lhel
Sunday 'morning. Mr. and Mrs
Shumate wore out driving. Thiei:
horse became frightened and as the
animal rushed madly around a shari
curve in the road both occupants
weore thrown to the ground, Mris
Shun te being killed instantly. Mi
Shu pnte was unconscious for a fev
moments, but sustained only aligh
injuries. The body of Mrs. Shumat,
was convoyed to the residence of WV
T. Cunningham and later brought t<
her home in Greenville. The tragod;
occurred four milod out on Coda
Lane road shortly after 9 o'clock Fri
day night. Mr. Shnmate is one a
Greenville's wealthiest citizens.
Dots From Long iiranchi.
" irmers are bteginning to la
tured last da 1.: . ow daye
visit to thme mountains. Just asl
them about the good time theyj had
WV. L. Bennett, one of Wofford'
students, who has boon spoudinj
awvhile with friends in this commu
nity left last Saturday for his hiow
in Darlington county.
Mrs. Oscar Harris and daugh tort
Nellie and Eloise, visited the hiorn
of W. B. Lawrence last Thureday.
Virgil Madden t.nd wife have beer
very ill the past wveekc, but are re
J. H. Lawrence, jr., loft Saturda;
last for High Falls, whore lhe is t
begin teaching school.
An entertainment was given to th
young 1p001le of this community Fr
(day night 24th inst., at the residenc
of W. B. Lawronco,bad nmsic ani
Rain is needed in this section.
Best wishes to Sentinel-Journa
and readers. "B~unchy."
News Fromi Calhoun.
The farmers are through laying by
and are enjoying a much noedsd rest
Frank 8. WValker, from OioU,i
visiting his sister, Mrs. George Buone
diot, lie gave our Sunday school
-talk Sunday, wvhich was greatly ap
preciated by all.
Mrs. 0. R. Doyle and childron
Oliver and Leila, visited the family o
Mr. F". L, Sitton, recently.
Miss Luoy Evans has returne<
from an extended visit to relativesi
Misses Leila and Pearl Bloggs or
tertainod a few~ of their friends on
evening last week in honor of Mis
Mrs. Floyd Mattison, of Easley
spin~t a week recently with lie
mother, Mrs. Alice Cochran.
Leo and Walter Cochran, Charlo:
Lawrence and Olint Taylor spent las
veek in the mfouaitaias. They repor
averny fine time.
2 29(l001 opened Monday mnornin1
r Wterm of six wveeks, with a gQo(
L~n ickens <ounty singing~ com'
~pin will mneet wvith the SeconI
~ Sl~1'Oh on Saturday before the sec.on<
in August at 10 o'elock a. n
K hope that great interest ii
I ~ i~i.~td n the convention and
hi ave the best meeting~ i
yy ~f~thoyvntfon. Aeborin1
.~ : ~ ~t~nthe convention I
b o d~egtes fron
ThO lIa A bv*10 A to e
Cottages fok 1Uillt) t.
Isaquena cotton mill a
aebigbuilt. 4h A,_' .
$200,000 plant.,; Cal. Dm ,
prOit of the Oateechee millo
Norris, is presid nt, with a strong
board of directo to help in uakin
the undortaking suocessful. Ground
for the mill would have been broken
boforo now but for sone trouble
about the title for the site. Thao title
has now boon secured and in a few
weeks work on the main building
Messrs. F. B. and J. N. Morgan
have secured subscriptions for all the
capital sto9k for a $20,000 bank
which will opon in time to be ready
for business in the fall.
- The little town of Central }'as had
sad rovor(ss since its birth. .When
the railroad from Charlotte to At
lauta wascoinpleted this station was
found to be .midway between those
two cities. All the train crows
changed here so they built homes
and had their families here. With
tbis beginning the town Ni as prosper
ing grcaty. About eeven years ago
the man'ament of the railroad saw
fit to have the train crews change in
Greenville instead of Central. This
was a'hoavy blow to the town and in
a short time afterwards most of the
busineom portion was destroyed by
Reckvery from these disasters has
been comparatively slow, but the citi.
Zens have not despaired.' During
the -last few years a rollor flouring
mill with a capital of $7,500 has been
The coming fall a complete Mun
ger system ginning outfit is to be iU
stalled to be run in connection with
the roller mill. It is to cost $2,500.
The firms now doing business in
the town are as follows:
'R. G. Gaines and Gassaway Bros.,
dealers in live stock and general sup
plies; L Ross Eaton, general iner
caudise and livery; J. E. Brown, gen.
eral merchandise and livery; Jefl
Boggs, general merchandise; T. I.
Watkins, general merchandise; F. B.
and J. N. Morgan, general merchan
dise; Jas. Peek, livery; J. N. Wyatt,
general merchandise; Mrs. S A.
Williams & Co., drugs: A. S. Davis,
fanc. groceries; W. T. Davis, general
merchandise; Mrs. J. H. Rowland,
hotel and railroad eating house. ThiE
is said to be one of the best eating
houses on the Piedmont Air Line.
. The school is the pride of the sW
ple. The public funds are iisuple
- mented so as to run the ebbool ninw
months. Good touehsi are secured
and they .ae-- ll paid. There art
t four 9hiurches in town, Methodist
Bqptst, Presbyterian and Wesleyan
The mountains are in plain view to
the north of the town, and the cli
mate is delightful, especially in sum
mer. All around are fertile farmi
and prospeoous farmers. At Liberty
and Ensley, stations near here, cottoi
mills are paying. So also at Norris.
The railroad facilities are as good
as can be wvished, and telephomi
lines connect the town with its nieigh
bors. if pointing straws show the
direction of the wind, a breeze o:
prosperity is coming this way. Thei
people are enthusiastic over the fu
liridge to Let.
-Bids will be received and contraci
'awarded to lowvest bidder at 12 noon
i' August 8th, at Old Pickens bridgi
r on Keowee river, between Oconec
and Pickens counties, for buildint
fthe Old Pickens and [iawrence bridget
Plans and specifications may be
scen at Oconee or Pickens cour1
house. Board reserves the right t<
reject any or all bids.
L. D. Stephot s,
Supervisor Pickens Co.
D. F. McAlister,
Supervisor Oconee Co.
; July 23w3.
sale of Real Estate.
By virtue of a power of attorno'
a executed to me by the heirs of Amelii
Colemnan, deceased, I will sell al
-Greenville Court House, in the cit3
e of Greenville, S. C., on Monday the
3d1 day of August, 1903, at 11 o'clocl
a. mu., for cash, to the highest biddor
all that piceo, parcel and tract of
land situate and lying in the State of
South Carolina and County of Pick
ens, containing one hundred and fif
teen (115) nores, more or less, lying
on south Saluda river, and bounuded
'by lanids of TV. T. Hughes, Rev. J. E.
3 Foster, estate lands of Mrs. Susar
Hunt, deceased, and estate lands oi
0 George S. Whitmnire, deceased, and
1- being the place on wvhich said Amelin
e Coleman resided at the time of he:
Purchaser to pay for deed.
J. C. Coleman,
I j23w2. Attorney in Fact.
It ideeps the Feet WVarm, anid Dry.
Ask todIay for Alion'si 1Poo Ease, a power. I
enres Chiiblainis, Swollen, Sweating, Sore, Ach
I ng IDa mp feetI. At all druggists andu shol
The annual camp meuetmng of thu
Wesleyan Methodist church will con
vene at Piedmont, 8. C., on Wednes
day night before the first Sunday ir
August and continue until 10th o
aAugust. Everybody cordially invited
f Ministers of- all denominations are
urgently requested to attend; (youl
1 ibed and hoard free.) Come Aind hell
a ius in our efforts to spread "script
ural holiness over those lands." A1
.restaurant will be near by for the ac
e commodation of thle public.
Lot the saints everywhere make
unceasing prayer that the "Lord o1
Hosts" luay be with us, and that
scores of precious souls may be con.
vorted, and believers sanctified, and
all of God's children built up ani
'strenmgthecned in their most holy faith
L. 0. Clayton,
L C. B. Smith,
L. WV. Johnson,
July 9, td, Committee.
"What atn awful voice that man't
goyi" said the manager, who was liE
toning to the throaty toer.
l "Call that a voice?" saId his friend
I "t's a disendet"-Punch.
1 * The Sam. ThSna.
j A New Yorlc paper asks, "Will mai
D Eon't most of them get marriedl?
F olumbis. Enqulrer-Sun.
f ikMg Actor,,
t m rn:6drn actor-wt
A , 9 Oi the many, not of
a gt Wes sim
Jtim ceeas s"i nd, i
aggetip aof pecutar lives. o to
day T4leUl~id tihus dev9ted to the
gOter :UgIka Of :36epularity, :skfiluig
also truth one Author's, jokes to thoe
of anothoy6n a tuoment's notice, as its
Vossessor skips from town t4 town ani
'from stage to stage, is not a mind thai
can suddenly tunt to the continmplation
and the study of Shakespeare with any
hope that the lines of the ipoet vill gol
the botter of the encounter. The actoi
who is to play Shakespeare-acceptably
Must not frivol away his intellectual
dignity. One cannot saig "Mary Had
a -Little Limb" with all the enthusi.
asm of his soul for 800 hights an(d
hope to be equal to the Magnificat or a
To Doun or Siegfried's Rhino journey
on the three hundred and first night.
The tasks to which the modern English
and Amedkcan manager puts the Eug
lish and Amerlean actor have destroy
ed the old school of Shakespeare nc:
tors. Now, we are not saying thi
this is not for the best; that In the
processes of the evolution of the arts
the theater has not naturally becomc
what It is.-Harper's Weekly.
How Sleigh Dells Are Mande.
"The making of sleigh bells is quit<
an art," says an iron founder. "The
little iron ball is too big to be put in
through the holes in the bell, and yet
it is inside. low did it get there? The
little iron )all is called 'the jinglet.
When you shake the sleigh bell it jin
gles. In making the bell the jinglet Is
put inside a little ball of mud, just the
shape of the inside of the bell. The
a mold Is made, just the shape of the
outside of the bell. This mud ball witL
the jinglet inside is placed in the mold
of the outside, and the metal Is poured
in, which fills up the space between
the ball and the mold.
"When the mold Is taken off, you se<
a sleigh bell, but it will not ring, as i
is full of dirt. The hot metal that th
bell is made of dries the dirt so that
it can be shaken out. After the dirt
Is all shaken out of the holes in th<
bell the little iron jinglet will still be
in the bell and will ring. It took a
good many years to think out how t<
make a sleigh bell."
The Minister's Family.
At a conference of ministers of one
of the smaller American denominations
the question of the insuffilcieney of
some of the salaries was being argued
One brother who was stationed at a
missioi post made a strong plea for at
increase in salary. "To properly pro
vide my fanily with the necessities,'
he said, "is a serious problem." "How
many children have you?" asked i
sympathetic brother of the cloth. "]
have four boys, and each one has a
sister," was the prompt reply. Inne
diately the sympathetic friend took the
floor. "How is it possible that our
brother can provide even the baresi
necessities for his eight children"- "I
did not say I had eight children; the
boys have the same sister."
A Defense of the spanish Woman.
More awful rubbish is written aboul
the people1, especially the women, of
Latin countries than of almost any.
thing else. Take them all, the spar
kling daughters of Andalusia, the no
bly grave women of the Castiles, th<
renchanting Valencianas, the rudd3
checked women of the Asturias and oi
Galicia, tihe robust and wvholesom<
Catalonians, the proud Aragonemos
and they make up a national groupint
of women hard to surpass for chan
and verve.-Mexican Herald.
5 saary and Wages.
Daughter - Yes, pa, there are tw(
young men wile have asked mec to mar
ry, and both are nico fellows.
i ather-Anld are both in a way tb
Daughter-I think so. Phil tells m<1
he has a tidy salary, and George sayi
he is receiving good wages.
Father-You choose George, and yoi
-will make no mistake, I think. A
any rate, it's safer to marry a ma15
whlo has wages than one who has a sal
West Coast of Florida.
The freeze of 1894-95 demlolishe<
most of the orange groves of Florida,
but Manatee county, over on the gull
coast, was an exceptionl. Its orangc
trees were hearing again within tw<
years. Some groves escaped entirely. 11
is an attractive and fertile part of
Florida. It has been little knowvn be
cause of its inaccessibility. Steamboat3
to Tampa have been the only means11 01
reaching markets, but now thlere ii
railroad communication. It is fifty-nina
mile1s from Tamlpa to Braidentown, the
county seat. Truck farming and citruw
fruit growing are successful. The cat
tle and s'heep industries are becomini
as important as they formerly were 11
this country, the ranges being exten
Isive and affording ample food.-Farm
Field and Fireside.
Another Legume Wanted.
Over .a wide extent of the middle
west there is felt the urgent need foi
an annual forage crop, particularly t
legume which would serve to enriet
the soil by the gatherinlg of nitroger
aind would also be useful as a food fe.
Sstock. Neither the cowpea nor thle so3
bean exactly meets the requirements 01
this ease, and efforts are now On foo
to secure some crop which will be sulit
Sable for the purpose mnentionled, eithol
- by breeding or by a search in foreigi
countries for something that will meel
our wants, says Dr. Galloway of the
Sdepartment of agriculture.
Fgytian Cotton In Arisona.
For Arizona the state experimeni
station recommends Abbassi Eigyptiar
cotton as the most profitable variet3
to grow. The time of planting shouh
be about the middle of March, and tha
p-rop should receive a moderat(
anmount of water with plenty of culti
At the Alabama station the averag<
cost of raising a heifer calf the firs
year was $11.77, the second year $8.01
and the total cost to time of calvinj
F~armers in the Delaware and Mary
land territory are preparing for plant
Ing a large area of sweet corn for the
canneries, according to Americanl Agri
Texas stock raisers and stoeli farm
oe are breaking loose from the. vwest
era packeries, and Texas people In th4
near future will eat meat slaughtere<
and dressed in their' own packinj
houses, says Fcarmn and Ranch.
.Cassava is almost pure starch, an<
hence we thint its proper comiplomen
a Is the velvet -.bean, cowpea or othe
highlyr nitrogenous food, remarki
. hoard's Dairyman..
Modern dairy methods must be adopt
ed by the mouth if it receives the tul
benenit of its nlatural dairy advantages
The goober is a smal.fo, i t ii
ptiga money inaker fo
figes lysyear, ndofd~
G CL) OTATOEO.
Varlettes ' 1ttt Dav one Well In
Anewa trdek q iest@.
A neighbo- wlho ilaed :the New
Queen abo',e Ai.l 1. Jong before we
could get u -iy,.I b ki the happy privi
logo of not ly dit.aitg extra hrgo,
smooth 111(i :1.wy theored new pota
toes weeks IAortr we did from our
list )lanitli> tlt :th, had tho broad
s1ile of Wa' k h 1soeiuelt tpon
getting for Ulu sne of :-uany pecks a
price fur hi advatice of what could be
procu red, two .weeks aftor
Early Ohio-is iui ofk11 railonvt of
all the extra early potatod. I liko its
shape and~0olor. It s inclined to be
nearer round and ha a skin the color
of the itose. It does not yiel as heav
ily as soume others, but isthe vinem does
not develop such gross follago it can be
planted very inuch closer. It gives
tulbers of a p)ractlealy uniform size, is
fine in flavor and In a desirable variety.
as it can be used long before fully do
veloped as well as later.
Ilo far I atm inclined to hold to IEarly
Ohio and New, Queen fol' extra early
and also for table and market use.
The New Queen being such a strong
grower as well as a grand yielder, It
can be grown far apart and %Kill there
fore not require as imuch seed as some
others. Perhaps oi this account it is to
be preferred for the market gardener.
In the later potatoes there was none
which yielded with the White 191e
phant and Yellow Elepilynt, yeo Green
Mountain is about if 24t quite their
equal, yet there are marked difYerencem
-Green Mountain Is ,prefe 'tble in
shape, being more oval, while the Ele
phants are long and Inclined to be
more or, less irregula,.. The flesh of all
iW white, and they are all -good keepers
as well as tino for the table. This sea
son it was no uncommon condition to
find then in our neighborhood yielding
at the rato of 400 bushels to the acre
and many of the tubers weighlug one
and a half to two pouzs7apece, solid
The Whito Mountain is altogether
difterent in shape from the Green
Mountain, but nearly the same in col
or, a good yielder aid fine for table.
We cannot yet speak as to its keeping
Nott's Peachblow is one of the liatid
soimest in foliage as well as tuber. It
is a profitable one to grow, as it eer
tainly is a good yielder and one of the
finest to eat. It is white and dry and
when (lug has a bright, pink eye, which
makes it very attractive. It outyielded
any of the late planting.
Sweet Home in quality and appear
ance is certaliny one o.the best. It Is
inclined to prJu cc t more average rin
in size and shape, and, while much like
the Ohio, it is a stronger grower and
the tubers have very.' much smaller
For beauty. in shape and foliage
Sweet lomo certainly deserves much
notice. Certainly it is very prolific and
Is afite table potato.--Report From
American Gardening Trial Grounds.
Bears tho Ih Kintd You lhavo Always Bougll
Pickens, South Carolina.
Oilice upstairs (in realr rooma) over
Earle's Drug Store. Offers his profes
sional serv'ices to the pulic.
Focr YOUIN( LAIUS. Ilonnioke, V'a.
OIOII.nsSsept. I1, 1903. One ot f the ( ieading scool
'or 'ounig I~adtiesi in the Sout th. New boulings,
aoan eqjniuiet. Canousm ten acres.
ranid mountlii an sce-aury in valley of va*.,
tuned for heath . Eunropean and Amenriean
caers. I1ull Coursie. Conservatory adivanota
es~ ini A rt, Musaici and Elocuation. stuadetstfromt
thirty states. Certitleates wellesley. F'or cata
MI ATTI 1E 1. HA 1114 IS, P're., Rloanotke,.Va.
I[f so call on J. D). MOORE
and1 and got a 10 pound Caddy
Old Reliable, $2.9)5 per box.
Brnown's Mule, $3. 10 per box.
Hatchet, $EL.60 pei' box.
Schnapps, $2.90 per box.
Red lElophant, $3.50 por. box.
Cuba Free, $3,40 per box.
Olind lTom, $340 per box.
Ohrgoods at equally as low
prices- Candy 15c a'box.
gWring me your produce,
J. D. MOORE.
9 Easley's -.- Jeweler 9
SAhlways4 1nad to See Y'ou.
Hauve a comuplete line of Jew
e lry at v-ry close prices...
Just receivedl a lot of Rogers
ISilver Knives and Forkcs. ,..
R lepatirintg of Watches, Clocks
$ andl anything in tihe Jewelry /
'4 Line promptly done and guar-- '
Call on me at Callahami
/ lothing Co., next dloor to
Bicycle Miateriat of ,all kinds,
Fine Cigars & ~'obaccos,
- Can Goods. Sugar, Coffee,
and many 'other thuings too4
tedious to mention .,. f
lioyclo Repairing CarefullyDono,
All at the lowest 0 Pnririco.
0. C. PlICKS & CO.,
. West E~nd. ONTRIA~9 N. O.
II. A. l4onWAl. 'r J. )IAULD. vt.. xIA1mWI
MOlTGAN. MAULYDIN & MAI'JIDtN,
TO NYS AT fq -
Ideal Summer Food.
'ForcoI is an ideal mumnor I
cause it contains olomnouts for not
evory organ of tho body, is easily (1
creates what wo know is vigor, an
same timo does not mako a rive
oitt of the blood. PHncY U. STAN
CL OT ]
Ranging in Price fr<
to go on sale Mond:
OFF ABOVE PRICES
Think .what it means to
suit of Clothes. We are
the goods into money an<
'a magniffcent stock for F
ing manufactured for us.
The old prices are marl
each suit, and you take on
some of the prices:
$15i.00 Suits no0w
9.0 " "
7.50) " "
In this lot, arc Regulars,
Also 110 Child's Knee
Long Pant Suits at 33%
The terms of this sale v
letter, and a boy wvill rce(:
as if accompaniced by a ,ai
Everything sold for ca
paid for by us.
Alain~ & Wash. S3ts.
Noand gero o e toaco
oetlandAgut oth wgolsalea
muesol tmerd way hith arice
Solacs and Small itront. Whre
thlway, ogtoon reiftlyrsk
W Erk ATh stashp Haeci
Jim Dumps exislted, We
OnBuwsher'days so 01ose.
Build up a fire aed stew
and steam I
A dish of ' Force,' a bowl
in just the food to fit our
And keeps us coolo"
laughed " Sunny Jim."
.1 at tho
e of fire
I e of
m $6.50 to S22-50
ty July, 13th at
,FOR SPOT CASH.
have One-Third on a
doing this to convert w,
I to clear the tables for r
all and Winter now be- sa
:ed in plain figures on ('14
e-third off. Here are
- - 5).68
Slims, Stouts and ex
Pant Suits andl 72 Boys
Cer cent discount.'
ill be carried out to the
ye the same treatment
sh, and no alterations
(GREENVILLE S. C.
- new gFoods al]
shiower' of' it
I goods from H amburg
'n by tired horses and
Lorse to a hogshead of
n for market. Instead of
carried from ocean to
h1 are almost like a net
istantly' conveying mner
Itinent. Merchants all
nid retail are forsaking
andl credit and are,adlopt
I cash selling, -'"Quick
say to the man who has
the beaten bath and hue
v'ay by paying as you go.
- CHICKEN- DI
When the liver is torpid, hil oe
blood as a virulent poison. Li
AND TONIC PBLLBTS are the only
that gives the liver just the right
starts Nature's work in the righi
The Pill touches the liver,
Pellets tone the syste
og 25 cts . ego
co., st boU
Ieal Estate Fot
BUY YOUR HOME and
STOP PAYINU LENT.
One 5 room house, Lot 70x210 foot, Pric<
Two 4 room houses, tot 70x210 feet, Prico o;
Two nicely Rhadod lots, 100x200, foot., oil co
One Farm-comprising seventy !ono acres-c
cultivation and only 11 miles from Piekons,
$14.00 por acre.-147 acres on Souiitherii 1R
,'o cotton mills. 75 acres in cultivation, 12
he woo(d al0no on this place wort tla molne
kc will be ahead of you.
130 acre farm near Six Mile church, - stor
,art timber; 60 acres in cultivatioii; le-ity
For further information call on
J. D. FOLDER
REAL ESTATE DJEALERS
Olice at Depot.
H. A. RICHI
Wo have bought the largest anld most coiph
anise this Pall 1hat we have ever carried, witl
Now Goods and Low Prices. We inviie a cot
South Carolina in St y les, Quahly, Quanltity A
id the procession this Fall and will not be ii
11 be eusy for you to buy at Richey's when
etty groo''s and get the priccs, ainu it certaini
vCd is a doillar niadc. Do your tracnulr t.I Riel
o call show you except ional values il Dress Go
Grades and Prices. Beautiful Wnist Flannels
.gunt line ol Dresses and Trimmiinings---special
We make a piahy of our Sho7?c D2 pFa rt
ades for Ladlies, Mein and Children. Thme bues..
c ories in Ainuerica. Buhy you r Shoes fromu us
c guaranteCu sal isfuetion.
1)OMIESTIC D EPART1MENTI 4
Good Onlicoes. Good Outings, Good Ited
hilto Homespun, best C -mton Flannel bestu,
INo miatter what pice are1 quoted~u Noui we wit
tKirTIIE CH E~A PEST ST~?lmE IN I
Sterling Silver Hollo
~ut Gl~ass, Art Pottery, .Ir~
Diamonds, Watches an
J. F. BRU NS d
09 North Main Street. C1
(1 offers aL
We arc not ashamed of our pric
ly looking out for bargains.
H-ERE ARE SOME BARGAIN
10 oLDoz. Men's Work Shirts
but all of that kind we could get, 25
They are eye openers and won't last
A lot of sheeting in remnants
would not be considered cheap if cot
p)oundc but remarkably cheap at the y
Good drilling at 6% the yard.
Some of the biggest values in 1
ever offered for ioc. See themi.
?ALERS - OF - THE -
Itilway two milos from
icrs good bottom land.
r. Como quick or somo
'dwlling, 60 aercs good
1 runuing streasn $1325
Pickens, S. C.
tAc Stock of Rieliable Mer
the rcatest attractioins
prIuisonI wit h any hous
nd Pricc. We mean to
Imdersoldl by anybody,~ Ii
you stop ( nid examine tihe
3' will pay yoL. A dollar
IC.N's and -,ave tle dollars.
ods in 3lacek anid Cohlors,
in Plain an:d Fancy. An
t. WVe have them in all
makes~ C'om thec leading
andii yo w'il~rl be i'leased.
'lIannel, best yard~~wide
R~EENVILLE, S. C.
es but are constant
S ifcottonis 14c a +
not so very many
to 35 cents each.
;c the y'ai-d. This
ton was wvorth 8c. a