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Happenings o1 a Local and Personal Nature.
- Como to Pickens August 15th.
-Grand educational rally in Pick
ons August 15th.
- Goveltnor Heyward speaks in
Pickois August 15t. - t
-Dr. A. B. Wardlaw, d(jntist, is
in Pickeit this week.1
-G0v. IHeyward will ho in' Pick.
ns 8aturday, August 15t,h.
-Just received a barrel best grado
s-tor oil at Pickens Drug Co.
-I have four nict milch cows for
;iale. J. D. Holder, Pickons, S. 0.
--Irkshire pigs for t-alo. Ivy I.
Mauldin, Pickens, S. 0. 2w.
--August 15th will be a day long
Ioed-miborod 1.y thoso i ho spend it
-8. P. Breonzoalo has 'no fine
;mlarels for silo. They weigh about
--Everybody como and bring din
ner and attend th educational rally
il l'ickens August 15th.
--Save your forago with tho u)p-to
'ito Plano Mower and Rake. Rt. C.
C rter, Liberty, agent.
--We want 500 dozoi eggs weekly
))(d will pay a good price for them,
aado or ash. Craig Brov.
---rs. Myra Marpiree, who is 97
'alr old, is speidaling a few days at
-Wantd noew crop of sound dry
each stod; $1.00 per bushel in trado.
--R. C. Carter, Liberty, has re
(eived a Complete line of buggies, har
iess, sackiles, whips, laprobeo, etc.
--Heywar d, Martin, Cromer, the
3- Three, all in Pickens, and will
S iepoak August 15th in the court house.
--Married, oni 110 2d inst., by L.
fj Smith, N. P., Mr. Ford Masters
to Mlissa Bertha Liudioth. All of
-W . Dunham is i.ow runnitig
the LonhIardt (liutIter,) mill, on
Twelve M ile river anld is also operat.
ing a good t an nery.
--larried, oti the 9th inst., Mr.
Willie H. Smith to Miss Annie Brad
Icy. All of Pick(tus county. B. J.
'Johnston, N. P. ofliciatud.
-Theo is tit epid( mic of malarial
fever in the neigliboirhood of J. Sam
Wils-t's. One of his children is sick
11 is aWHO several of his tenants.
- WANTED:-Eight hundred
(800) cords good four (4) fout pint
wo, I. (ood price. Apply to Far
n- Oil Mill, Greenville, S. 0. 323
-The proltnetod ieeting in prog
10 S at SLtConia last week closed Sat.
urdl\. There were seven accessions
to the church Vlo wiro baptized on
--N. 1). Tacylor, plhotograp)her, will
haie to move to P'ickens ini self-de.
lonse; he is kept Lusy all the time lhe
is here, ami halos to leav e part of his
work un liniished etach tim0.
--N. D). Taylor. phlotographer, will
be in his st udio, Carey bu iding, on
Tue~sday aind WVednesdzay, Aug. 18th1
anud 19th. Rlemeinbor the datte, and
cill on himn for nice work.
- --Give us 30111' order for job print
ing. Our line of sttatiotnery is coim
pluto andl we can1 doC yo0ur wvorkc wit~h
neant ness8 and despatch . Call and get
our' lrics. W'e can save y'ou mUoney.
-If any13 of our' readers wanit to (10
bus.-intessu in Pickeiis we can puit you
next. to) a niCo, clean, fresh stock of
goods, or a niice little manuLfacturinug
terprtisei that will pay3 a hianudsomie
dltiidend. IBoth ate for sale.
- Aim ecxtra train will 1)0 run ftrom
Easley to Pickens~ and returti on Suat
uridcay Angust 1 5th, for the bentuct of
t hioe who wish to attend the speak
itig it Pickens. Traitn will leave
EAsiey lat 9:00) a. mn. Rrouand trip 50
-Ou 0 I'correspondent at Fortnuer'
Lsayl: "Mr.i A. It. Forttner left last
Frid ay for Mar's Hill College, Nort~h
CJarolinia. Mr'. Fori ner has 51pent two
ye ars at Mars Ilill anid we believe
one more y'ear' in college will naake
him 1 ai popnlair educeator'."
-T'Jhe P'icken s Daughters of Con
federacy will hol their regular'
mthlyk meetitng at the home of Mrs.
WV. T. McIAall Thuirsdaiy, the 13th
ivtat 5 o'clock. Any' Itady deit ing
appllication blanks for mnembershiip
wvil lie furnished same1 by Mt's. W.
T. McF'all, Praesident.
F'or the presenut I have placed1 the
schiool b ooks with the Pickensi Drug
CJo., subI ject, to my supervisioni.
Coumnt~y Supt. of Education.
For 'Untton Weoighser.
The maniy friends of F. Bradley
lField hereby ann:ouinc him as a cani.
(ldiate for Cotton WVeigher for Pick
(1ns towntshlip, subject to the action of.
thle v'oteras at the election on the 151.6
The niany friends of Jeff. D. Hoh.
(her announce him as a candidate for
reo election t~o tile offico of Cottotl
ject. t~o the action (of the voies at the
e'l'ction oin tho 15th inst.
The heh~ lh of this ' icinity is geni
MIos(. <if thle farm;ser's se2emt to be
helt p(1 leiasejd iih their bu'cr'ops, if
they are'( iumailhl ehhind with their
. (crops, if cotton wiill tandti at the
Rtev. WV. (. Seonhorn biegian a sre
of' meet ings at Oolenoy chlurIch Aug.
1st, which run for a week. Theres
was A good altendaneo and( tr neh in
forest imaifestd thronghu heon
tire meeting. hoiib
'An infant of Mr. and1 Mrts. M. L.
Stimmons died on thl i 8th 11nst , and(
was laid to rest in the Oolonov' came.
tery Sunday. The uhereaved' family
have t~ho symnpathy of miany fiendia.
WN. R. A nda rg an td Demrps Hl
(der' visited frinsis ner' P'icke~i la
Interesting News From Six Mile.
Crops are looking filne since the re
Mrs. Hattio URiley, of Hunteville,
Ala., is visiting her ister, Miss Sophia
Msf. Tnckio Volra th, of West
Union, S. 0.0 piid her aunt, Mr's. W.
A. Hendricks, a brief vi'sit Satuiday
Mess Esther Holcombe, of Easley,
is visiting the famvilv of her brother,
Mr. and Mrs i". H. I Holoombo.
Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Mauldin are
I visiting relatives and friends at Toc.
coa, Ga., this week.
Mrs. A. M. Garrett has a cabbage
in her garden that moasures four
feet and three inches in dianmeter.
Who is it can beat that?
Mr. and Mrs. TomAn Mauldin, of
Iock Fence, Ga., are visiting relatives1
and friends in our section.
William 8-1ith, of Liberty, made a
brief visit to his sister, Mrs.. W. A
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Bryant and
little daughter, Junie, are visiting the
former's parents at Westminster, 8.
Mrs. Mt. B. Evans is improving
Miss Lucy Mauldin, of Steiart,
visited friends in our se,ction Sunday.
I think the wedding bells will ring
very soon, for lie was with her in his
new top buggy last Sunday.
B. Mauldin has sweet potatoes ill
his patch. Who can beat that?
I sure did enjoy eating pan cake
and honey with my best girl list Fri.
(lay. Don't you all know who she
is? I know just as well.
'rhe protracted meeting at Mount
Olivet closed Sunday night. It was
,conducted by the pastor, Rev. G B.
Nalley, who had a nonderful meeting.
Iov. J.-T. Lewis -iiled his regular
appointment at Gap lill Sunday
W. B. Norris ma lo a briet visit to
Pickens Fridatv lust.
Miss Ada Matuld, of Dalton, is
visiting relatives alui friends inl this
section this w( ek.
St'hool op-ned Monday With a very
good attf ndanco.
M. Mauldin las the finest cane
patch we have seen yet.
Protracted meeting at Six Mile
will begin Saturday Lefore the second
Sunday in this month.
W. B. Norris hiad a pach that
weighed olie pound.
Miss Ellie Parrott paid her friend,
Miss Mary Trotter, a visit Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Dock Newton, of
Anderson, are Visiting relatives and
friends in this scetion.
Miss Mamie Pairrott was the guest
of her friend, Miss Sophia Mauldin
Cando Mauldin, of Stewart sec.
troml, passes through our1 section veiy
often on his Way to see his best girli.
August 5th 1903.
Knob News Items.
As I have nover' seen aanythling
fromn Ihis locality in y'our' papor', I
will give y'ou a few dots of thle 1)-o.
ceedlings arocund [aere.
We have all beecn made to rejoice
in the glorious meeting we have just
had at Oolonoyv church. It was con
(ducted by the pasltor', Rev. WV. O.
Se'aborn, assisted by 1ev. A. WV. Beck
and 1ev. Hall, of Broad Valley In
stituate, N. C Everyone seemed to
enjoy the able sermons dleliver'ed by
these ministers. -There were sieveni
new~ mcmLlbers. aidiitte'd to the chur'ch
whaile at the close of the meeting cn
Friday there w~as (quite a number of
penlitents left behind.
The cr'ops are looking wvell at pres
rn~t and1 all ar'e in a hopeful spir'it,
nevea'theless they arc somewvhat late.
T1hae hecalth of this community is
good at tlais writing w ith the excep.
tion of headache occasionally.
Miss Bert io Hendlriks left Faiday'
for Mars Hill, N. C , wvhere she is
going to schaool.
We have a flouriahinag school at
New Town near this pilaco under01 the
management of W. T. Earle. He
has enrolled about fifty and( expects
to have a'out sixty-fivo next weekc.
A few days ago some1 One) broke in
to E'dens5 Bros , store nao-ar here and
carried off' about fourteen pair or
slhces and1( some ot her things. A
party is now~ in search of them'a iaa
S. B. Etdens and family, of the
Bowen settlement, are visiting thd
parents of the latter's wife, Air. and(
Mrs. 'W. B. Jones. All their relatives
and friends were glad to see them
back in this community again.
Misses Hattie Harris, Lizzie and
Tonse Stansell and Miessrs. Willi'
Chastain and Foarester Keith were
the guest of WV. B. JTones Friday.
The Pickens Ark passed this wvay a
few days ago andl gave one of our
roads a brushing, wvhich we were
proud of. W~e hoped( they w~ould
have done us better, buit we hope
they wvill do others as wvell as thaey
have (1ono ne. W~e fear the chain
gang of this c~mnty is not a success;
while there has been one in the coun
ty for eight or nine years, we thaink
they should have worked one-tthird
of all the r'oads in each towns hip, by
thais time. We are not accusing any
one who is oper'ating it, lari we feel
assur'd that most of them have done
thoir duty. I do not know exactly
iaow much it cost to wvork a mile of
roead at present, but I think there is
a cheaper way of v srking them.I
thaink the cotraict system would be
hetter. Let one mana have 80 many
miles of r'oad at first of .Janauary to
work and pay h limi at the end( of the
y'ear-if the work is done righlt.I
have talked with meon about the coa
tract system and some say they can
work tihe roads from three to five
dollars per mile. There being about
eighty-five miles in each tow~nship
and about 1,100 miles in the counaty,
and I behiove the whole County
roads can be worked at an aiverage of
six dollars per mile. B.J .
If constipated or bi1lious, call for Re-~
mnon's Pills and be certahmi our clerka give
you . the genuine ItamnonS; C >mip!ete
treatment 25~ doses 250c.4
We wore visited with a good ralin
last Tuesday, w hich helped the crops
Mrs. Clarrissa Looper visited Mrs;
H. A.-Freeman lastveek.
Mrs. H. A. F reeman is on a visit
to her daughter, Mrs. T. A. Julian,
Miss Blue Eyes visited the Moun
tain Boy last Saturday And SurAday.
J. G. and It. J. Hughes have gone
to Laurons on a visit to their brother
Miss Essie Simmons is quite sick
at this writing.
Robert Hostor is very ill with
fever. We hope to soe him out again
The piotracted meeting at Nine
Forks is going on this week; Revs.
E. J. Mullinax and Foster are con.
ducting the meeting. We pray that
there will be many souls saved during
this mecting. Mountain Boy.
News From Calhoun.
The farmer's institute which open.
ed at the Collego Monday night was
largely attended by farmers from all
over t he State.
Mrs. W. A. Boggs visited relatives
at Pondleton last week.
iMrs. Lila Masters and daughter
from Anderson, visited friends here
Mr. and Mrs. James Sanders loft
for Nashville last week where they
will spend some time with retlatives
Charlie Benolict was in Seneca the
latter part of last week.
Charlie Knox is back at the depot
with Mr. Doyle.
We are glad to note that Mr.
Walkor, who has been quite sick at
Mrs. Benedict's, is well again.
Dr. W. It. Doyle was down from
Set,ca this week onl professionial
Mrs. Tom Barder', from Greeiville,
is visiting Nit's. Mary Wilson.
The farmners here were mat1t happy
by the showers Sunday. N. B H1.
Health is very good at this writ.
Miss Floy Folger, the first elected
teacher of Antioch school was taken
sick and could not take chargo of the
school, Miss Olive Newton is hot
successor. As far as we have learned
they all like her tine.
We were glad to see Henryv Suth.
orland out again. He was in this
section a few days ago on business.
Janes Barnesi ami family fr >m the
Etaley section, visitod relatives and
friends in this gection Sunday and
0. P. Gillespie and family are on a
visit to friends and relatives in Bre
vard, N. C., th a week.
D 1). Winchester, jir., left last
weekc for Brevard, N. C, to see his
best girl. Do you guess he will spend
a week with her again.
We have had fine r'ains recently.
Most all the farmers tare about
throngh laying by crops.
Trhomnas Kolley was here on busi
ness a few days ago
We say3' hurraht for the oil mill at
Pickenis, anid we woul shout to knaow
of a cotton mill being built at. Pick
ens. Mountain Spront.
Easley, S. C , Aug. 10, 1903.
We were off last week taking it
Gala We'ek whicb was in full sway
in Anderson. We had a full growri
time andi met a great many peoplh
from Pickents county'. Among those
fronm Pickenis were Chief of Police
Grillin, Guy McFall, John '.1honev.
Chief Constable Cureton, Mtrs. J. L
Bolt and many others too numerous
to mention. Fromt Etasley wore Con.
stables MeCravey, and 0. W. Cole
mant!, Messrs. C. and J. Johnson, JT
Acker, 8. Maraball and othters. All
seemed to enj )y being there and ex
p~ressed1 themselves as beitng well
pleased with Anderson.
John Craig spetnt last week recre
ating at Chick Springs. H~e thinks
that is a great resort and his looks
prove that it helped him.
Miss Addie Hliott returtned froni
Williamston last Friday whaerie shte
has b~een for her health.
The Misses Smith, of Belton, tire
spending a few day13s with Miss Mary
T. Cureton lost a good horse ont(
day~ last week.
Mrs. Merritt, fr'tm Pelzer', is at
her father's. P. L,. Johansont, this
Mayor Latheam has gone to La.
vonia, QGa., on business.
Chlief Smith and his gang are do.
inig sotme good work on the streeta
A singing school taught by Prof
Reubuash began here this morning.
Several of our Knights wvent dowr
to Liberty Friday night in order ta
take p~art in the organization of s
lodge of K of P's. there.
Dr. Sterling and Olina Pickens, of
Greenville, wero in town again Sun
Mr. and Mr's. 8. J. King, of Char
loite, N. C., are visiting Dr. H. E
Riussell this week.
Miss Ida1 Glazenor returned frorri
Colorado last week. Shet reports a
grand time tand seems ,eariried awva3
withI the "Rockies."
George Holcomnbe, of Clement, it
now fiareintg on the Southern.
Miss Sadie Richey, of Pic Kens, it
visiting int town this week.
There will be an election for' th<
oflico of Cotton WVeigher~ for P.ickomu
Court HOuse T'ownshlip, Pickema
county, held on the 15th day' 0
Aaugust, 1903, thme same being thu
third Saturday in August, 1903
Polls will openi at 10 o'clock in bitt
forenoon and close at 5 o'clock in the
Only qualified voters of Pickent
Court H~ouse Township will be al
lowed to pa'ticipate in tis election
P. El Altexander, WV. S. Kirkey, j.
and J, L. Thorruley, jr ., are herebi
ap pointed managers of said election
By~ order of 'Town Council of tin
towna of Pickens, Soutlh Carolitna.
WV. T. Melei~sl, Intendant.
J. E Persons. Clar1k of Connelil.
kreatest Bargain Event
OF TH1E SEASON
Opened aTt R. . CART'1EIR', laborty, S. C., July, 1: and will conti11e
until li s entire stock Of SUMM ER G00DS are sold.
We can toll you here of but very few of the astonishing bargains. Ym to
no: appreciate thom. Prices will be specially rodioed oil all goods. Many things will bo Hold re
:W gardless of cost. Road every word 111d then coi and so.) that the half has never been told.
Look for the tickets, good marked imI plain figures, that imleanls that the article is offtred for
less than half i)rice.
Umbrefila's heavy twill Ateel rod worth regular 0 .
75c rhis ane lot of fine, footwear orth $2.00 to ho
I * 76 ths al thy o a 4c.Iddri~ thji sjeaI bargain salo for f1.:25. 4
0 inch red Tablo Damask warranted host Large lot of pa c, ovorallp, going t r i.25.
turkey red regularly pricod at 65c.per yard unblard of.
going during this salo at 24. Alarm Clocks 65c Egligt. (lay, half-hour striko
1000 varrI calico, standard, going jong as it., clock 'or $1 .95. Food ehoppors, crockery %
lasts at 4.1c the yard. ionamelwore, tinware. I would like to tell
15 dozen Men's Dress Sh0irt, regular 0 about, my spocial prices. Rnembr special
kind to go during this sa1,lo at 6:50. .prices will be made on every articles during this
1doen Men's Dress Shirts, 75c o sale est. Spern sewing machine oil warratntod
during this sale for 65c. not to gm. go for bicycles, large bottles'
M i esall to go thisonly 5e 'Fre", Grape Nuts, the new food
saletg oep swould take twice as much sace as I have and
One lot of miein's shlioiO rogularly priced at $1.50 then I couldn't tell all. Call and seQ mne if you
to go ftr 915c. I want. bargains.
R. C. CARTER, R ,
To Cure a Cold in One Day no,.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Taiets. 01n every
Seven Million boxes sold In past 12 months. This signature,
Since writing you 'aqt we have
been visited by refreshiug showers
and all vogetation seeins revived and
an era or good fteling pervidos our
commnrunity, elSpeciilly the agricul
tnrits. W,'hilo crops havo inipro.ved
wooduerfully the past fifteeni dava
t here is not room for expinsion and
the expert farmer toils us that a- half
rop will be all that we can expect
and under favorable conditions of the
weather, etc. i9a v 01 ounsun1 mbA s II uodn 01111 a1Uiu i0jUq0111 Sel 1! j S 4
There was t have beei somewhat 0A A049 1A 101 Pug Ut 1001 V 101101
of an educational rally i..ld at N ,rris pomoi01m Vo0S Is! S1 J19s.zddVpUU.i s IUz;ouddu oil) 110 1)11
Gramnar school Monday aftornoon, S io i jao llul).i!.tii )u.%%oti -iu o .( 101 iUo oM 1)t n q
bit on accouint of tie ibsence of the010 1 ou!I dill 8,11 11 03 pudri iutqiou 01 8mou)l asl*.poq.(iQAO Put A0Uit It,
prollioter, Miss Mary Shelor, of Oco
nlee county, tho imeetiug was a dis ] U V 11bI(k319
lippointmitient. to patron1s and pupils.
Please allow u1s to state a few
tIings regarding the rural Schools all) 301 S0ua 111a1
I1sj 01~n "A3SItllaflo ?PI)0t. OU 0,(I III 0j%% 11110111 101n 01 p0..Ivdald 029
The Soutlhern Board of E-lucation Pug ssaujul puUi3111Oj Uf ul uuiuof 811413 SIUU 0111 dI1 p'z8 QAUq
his nade a great effort to uroise iii . S 6U0)ptd
t-rest i. improving the public scho-t 40 M-3lA -HIVIH
propeIrtv inh 111country ep cially,
tai it has seint out exp)1rts to visit 4Jj I ~q091~.n4 oon~ n
thu rral schools and11 take inI the( sit- ~~~'
naution Now there is a miistaken *
idea prevatlenit regatrdig publi c 11
4chlools in the coumtry. SmeU l(OpeIC e
thiu k that, ontly the school buijldwtgs
Li Lowns andi cities nleed be imp lrovedl
aii beautilied. 'What a said muistk
- for it is3 tiiue that.i conisiderably
more thani half of ihe children in our
publlic schlools receive their instruec
t ions ini rural school.', and then too a
large numbi11er of those who attend - ----
the-se schbools never see inside1 of a W .MI~JJ .Ml.BUE
high school or college. This is a' eidn.asir
staltement~l based oni solid facts, anid
then to think that most of our voteors
and legisiators too are bei. g tirainted
in those schools. Whiy this within'
itself shiould be suflicient to arouse O 1CKES .C
aniy man31 of ordinar'y intell igenc'e andtiPT L 2,Q.O
cause them to pr1ovide the very bestPR FT,- -03I2.9
schools, comnplete in1 (very way', for
the rural districts. DPST, - - $0,5.9
Again it is a sure fisot that unless
we dio our pairt it will never be (dono.
We truly hope that Miss Shelor will Itrstpionim De st.Cafu Ma gmnt
be gladly reet iv'ed at. the eigh ter niLbrlTetett l tsCsoes
differenlt rural schools ini this county
anid trust that some good results W AEAS'CA~YO'SALLAST AMES
may crown her el~orts. _______
Observing in tho Anderson Mail
hat a new poe comlpanys h~as b.en ~ 4 1 3.(IK,.1 XiOi
organized and that on Tugaloo r.ier.N.3.( 0),1.'' ~S ..,'' .I ''EI
at Hattonl's furd a large damn will be ' .. SIIWAI...Ni)121rI.
built at ai early date that, will sur1
1pass in power Port man, then we are
again reminded of the wasted power
on Twelve Mile rive*r just a few miues
was ston talk a fewv months algoUNF1 DA t)
that one( of Easley's busiin1ess1) pomo-)
te'ls w~as investigating iad that au riur
chase5 was goingr to result. aind that2
Pickens county's spindles would bo
enlarged in nmnrber. Surely this was P FS
iot a (1ream andr we feel sure that, it
is not idle talk when the roar or
those shoals speak plainly. (ConimM S
and1( barness us then we wvill turnTH YG
your factory wvheels.
Tho Bowanl Lumbler Company had
a narrowv escape from being destroy-X r nwofrn uretr tc
ed by lire one night last wee'k whero ovCu hc tG
a good size o- cning was burnod in
not theast end of building, but fortu pie. Tk oka u agi
nately Mr. Boweni was sleeping ini ailbl
room of his dwelling facing thle shop
aind was awakeneti by illumninationa
and gave the alarm an~d it wias sooniPI E & PTO
exting uished and1( only a small1 dami
age to wvall resulted, G enilS
The faumily of Mr. WVill Garvin, J
after spending some time visiting - -
Mrs. (Garvin's father, (Onpt. \Vhiten,
returned to their home in Atlanta onl~
last Saturday. ~C
Mr. J1. E. (Garvin, a prlosperous5 KI I L I
farmer of A nders01 on cunty, visitend
his brother, Squire B. D. Garvin, last --
Mr 1.P.Motomry1111 Wif T. Mh FALLw .onth we h RUv e ,
relaivesillreslall lasnt- hrlha tieogtalnibr ath i
1~isit Cato, fCetrl P ICKENS t ha Bes ANccKns
reahedsonetirn ovr evety'i( lateyres cickns Sim Deposits thareltMangmet
puiil~endwe elive verthig i dLiybera reatmeny pro alarg Customes
Augus 5, 10-.. ays\00 ane .ier. c in:v goo demandne.
w.ic. Al. at l the\ eggsW we can|". et a .N. IINi R
TheCharmn o Tust s f.aiAiv ith i gh-:, s . markt pTr.:c. for the . Si~. n /
of teir eofetivediCuteLSlhoes?Fa G -
let all ateil(1prices. Takeih a look t~ our Hrgai
Mr .P ountey Anditr wiO ePieah tr
Talk About Your
Mill End Sales" and your "Wreck S"( ,A p.
but they are not "in It" with our
"Knock Down", "Drag Out" Clearance Sale for the
MONTH OF AUCUST.
Big lot of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Gerts Furn.
ishing Goodo to go at and aud below Now York cost. Over 800 pairs
of mene and boys pants ill sizes and colora to go at pi ices never - ba
fore heard of in the tate of Pickeis.
Big lot of Clothing, como and select your suit name the prims
and take it.
This is na fairy talo but plain facts we are talking. We would
rather have cost for every suit in the house than to the timo and
troubl to move and rearrange them in our now storo.
WO hopo to be in our new -tmarters by Sept. 1, and we contem
plate blyimg the largest stock of General Merchandis', consisting of
Clothing, Dry Goode, Shoes, Hats, Gents Furnishmg., Grocerios, Hard
waro Furniture, Buggies and Wagons ever brought to this part of the
country. We will Convert our old store into a wilgon and Buggy and
feurniture Depository and by Sept 15th we will be prepared to show
you a complete and well selected stock. Have just ordered a dar of
Mitchell & Lewis wagons which are the best on the mr-rket.
Remember: lor the next 30 days we will oler Hom& of the
groatost bargatins ever offered in Pickens.
Folger & Thornley
Clothing, Hats, Shoes and Gents Furnishing
J. L. 1olt, M. D. J. N. 1nlium, Ph. .
Pickens D)rug Company.
Was Born on a Lucky Day a.nd so
were every one else who drink
at our Soda Fountain on
Saturday, August 15th.
Pickens Drug Co
is extended to the trading p)ublic 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-prodluce, eggs. chickens, etc., and will pay
the highest market prices for same, either in cash or
trade-Give me a trial and you wvill never regret it ..
Yours for trade,
John F. Harris.
SPECIAL: The best parched and green coffees I can buy.
For Tlie Past Few Weeks
Our store rooms have had somewvhat the appearance
WP' " O LU iD
Everything topsy, t urvy, upside down, mIi xed lup, a regular
tear down, change ab)out, remodel. Making moro room-bet-.
WOOM FOR NORE DUJIfEJJ-a
and while at this we found1( a lot of usoful articles that we don't
particularly nleed and which you can have p~owe~rful chloap.
We have no0w about complleted1 all tis dusty work and will bo
glad1 to have all our friends call in and see uls-but donu't all
comlo ait once.
You and Your Folks Come TO-DAY
Your Neighbor and his Folks TOMORROW.
llarga ins on all the shelves. T1ell1 thoem ab~out it.
ANYTHING ! EVERYTH'JING ! No tronbleo nowv to find
what You want.
New crop of turnip seedl just in-D~on't neglect tile turnip
.patch. Yours truly,
W. T. McFALL.
Do You Know
IJUIHjls is Prlitoil ?
WVo are hlavin~g this printed to call your attention to our August
Bargain Sales in Stoves and China.
A No. 7 Cook Stove 22 pieces ware at $7.60o eachi.
A large Rox Oven Patent bottom Stove, '26 pieces $18.60 oach.
One lot No. 8 "Iror. King'' Stoves, 26 pieces at $21.50. 05ach.
We are headquarters for Stoves andl Ranges and fulfill to tho let
ter every promise made in our ads.
75c. ON TH j
'Will b~uy any article in a lot of ton dlifferent patterns of high grade
Dhina. These goods at tis p~rice are cheaper than plain white goods
if the sanmo grade. We wanlt this sale to close by
LSEPTEMBER THE FIRST.<%
We are therefore making these sweeping reductions in prices that
t may do so.
Right now let us say, you will lose money if you buy after this
TElRld CASH on everything.
W. H. PICKENS' SONS.
North Main St- RASLEY Sv C.r