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flappenligs o1 a Local alld Personal Nature.
--80o change in the Big Storo ad.
---Dr. W. F. Autin, dentist, will
bo inl E-evy S-p0. !ist and 2d.
-Bortrand K. Thornley, of Clarks.
Ville, Tenn., is visiting his mother in
-0. W. Latlm an1(md sister, Mrs.
Luoy Hiolcoillb, of Clement, visited
in Pickons last wook.
--It. L. Hendorsonl, Wife and chil
dren have returned from11 ai visit to
relati4es in North Carolina.
-Tho friends of Bonson B. Gil.
strap will learni with regret that he is
quite sick, hat hopo Ie will soon bo
--.1 ulgo It. 0. Purdy, Solicitor J.
E. Boggs in(d ln'wyeir J. P. Carey
I.)enilt last Week inl the beautiful Sap
--J. C JOnings is now in Liber.
ty, clerking for his brother, J. F.
Jeniings. Cal. is well plOased with
hlits new locationl.
--tev. J. T. Wado preached a very
foicoful sormon last Sunday in the
Pickons Presbyterian church on Sab
--W. If. Craig left Tusoday evon.
ing for a fow days rest, whiict will be
mostly spent on tho -banks of the
limpid Kvoowco-and elsewhore.
-Born to Ar, and Mis. Warren
D. H endricks, jir., of Pock, on the
18th inst , it 11i1o 11 poiud boy. This
is the sixth child and sixth soil
---P. D. aid A. S. Masters, who is
cultivating land near Table Rock re
ported oil Ilie 17th inst., 263 bols,
b)lloIlls, and squares oil one stilik of
-J. Sam Wvilson ald family, of
Liberty, lrs. J. 13. R.. Freelmlan 111(
son), Erlest, and W. E. Griflin, loft
Monday for ani outing in the famous
-M11arried, on the 16th inst., at
the resid(nee of David Bohling, near
Shady Grovo church, Binford cren.
shaw to Miss Fainie Martin, Rev. S.
G. Sloan ofliciatin)g.
-Mrs. Sunie Dicken and c(libiolln,
Walter and Sue, who havo been with
W. F', Diken, ut. it Birmiigham, Ala.,
for some time, are inl Pickens to the
delight of their many frionas.
--Aileorge McW'horter, of Nowber
ry, spetit several days in Pickens last
wi.ek; ho w as 1u herO for lis health
anid itncideuitally to so ck a location to
elbiark in the mercantile business.
----Tlhe n,any friends of Maj. James
11. Am bler, who is in his eighty-third
yuear, will regret to learn that he is
(ulite Sick, but hope it %%ill iiot prove
serious and that ho will soon be him
--Rev. B. EA. Grianidy closed last
Suniday a very successful mueeting at
Cros Roiads. It is said to have been
thie best in I ih history of the church.
Tfhere were nline alccssions by bap.
tismi aiid two by letter.
-iR. C. Carteri is connected with
Iw~o ot hierl very large stor'es and ihey'
11m1y their1 goods ini such quianit ies
th at it (enab10les him to save y'ou mon01ey
01n mlost (everythiing you1 buy1 fromI
limn. See his chiange in ad.
*-Infoination r(eeivedl by Snipt.
Hialloum. from Pridenl~t .Johnson, of
Winthrop01, conveys thei ofieial in for
mnationi that Miss lFlorenico Hendricks
hias beenol a wa rdeds thue schol aiship
from th)118is outy3 in that school.
--While James W~iichester was
cutting shingles one (day last wocok, at
pico from the block of wood flow oilf
anid hit him in the eye. He is uder
the carO of the physician an~d is (10
ing as w~ell as could be expoeted.
-N. D). Taylor, phlotographlel, will
be in his studio at l'uekens, in the
Carey old builing, niext Tuesday
2d. If youi want first class work call
on1 him, and rest assured1 you will
-Last Monday the 17th inst., as
the northbountd train was passin
Liberty the mail p)onch was throwai
off and( sucked unditer tihe trailn and
mail was scattered for' half a mile.
This matter ought to be taken up
with the post oflico department.
-Th e Keon school is progress.
ing nicely undeL the mnagoa~ment of
a most complotenlt teacher, Miss Greta
(Gainles, of Central. It is the largest
school Keowee has had for several
yeOars. There arie at present 54 (in
roll and1 there are more to enroll yet.
-Dr. WA. J. B3owen was called
home by telegram on ac(count of the
serious illnless of his little thiree-year-.
oldl daughter, Eurotha, who had a
very severe attack of pnieumon ia. At
last accounts the little onO waIs ver'y
low, but it is sincerely to be hop1ed
that she will recover.
--Johnl Welborn, of Toccoa, Ga.,
is on a visit to his brothers in Pick
enis counity. He hias sold most of his
pr'opc(rty there with a view (if locating
ini the far westerni state of WVashiing
toll, hiaviing beel) t hor'e sinC March
unt1 il the 18th of July13, an d is very~
11nuch1 plIeased with that coun iitry.
7B. E (Grandy' is havmng the ma
I (rm il Ig dowin pr1eparatory to goin~g
auhiuad with the building of the oil
nuhl; lie also has tho contract for the
graded school building at 10asley,
which will b)e located oin the lot whiei'e
thle (o1( Clyde hotel stands: lie also
has several . miti'rtcts for private resi
dences iin thast thriving town.
- .. (C. Iutchins, son1 (If C. TP.
IHutchins, of Liberty. wa~s on a visit
relat ivos in Il'ickens~ last weekc. He
is a benIeiiry' of thle Citadel Acad-.
emy and1 wvill get thr iough next year'
and whien thle examliniation takes
place to fill 1.1h( vacanicy thiere should
h)0 several applicants. Let the youth
of I i county study hard1( and try for
---James Floyd1, ani aged gentle..
maln, who resided on J. Sam3 WVilson's
pl ace, below Liblerty, suddenly drop.
ped dead1 last Friday evening, from
something like heart failure. Uoro
nor Parsons was notifled, but after
mnqmriy, decided it wvas useless to hold
all inquest. Heart failure was the
cause of his dea1th. lie wasl an1 o1(d
Con feerate solier' ad was sevenlt'
-W. B. Anthony is in Pickens
hustling the boys for insuranue.
--Mrs. Henderson, of Olinton, is
visiting the family of H. A. Richoy.
--Mr. liagwell, of An lorson, is on
a visit to his son, J. Luther Bagwell,
on iothilehoim ridge.
-R. C. Carter, Liberty, has re
ceived a lot of the celebrated "Thorn.
bill" wagons which he will jell at the
-Rev. 0. M. Abney filled his reg
ular appointment in the Mothodist
church last Sabbath evening and de
livered a very edifying discourso.
-The road to Eastatoo, by way of
John T. Lewis', to Aikon's store, is
now in fine fix except in a few places
whero there is rock which ought to
be blastvl out.
- -Give us your order for job print.
ing. Our line of stationery is com
pleto and we can do your work with
neatness and despatch. Call and get
our prices. WO Can save you money.
- Mr. ---- Honderson, driver for
tho Valley Lumber Co, met with a
serious accident to his eye Sunday,
which may destroy the sight. He
had found a whip in the road and
startod to pop it when the cracker
flew off cutting a gash up the side of
his noso and striking him in the eyo
just under the sight. The doctor is
treating him and says he does not
know yet whether the sight can be
saved or not.
-This paper is published to dis
seuinate the news, and we can only
give the news whenever we learn of
it. We want to givo you value re
coived for your money and all the
niews we can, so will appreciate very
much anly items you will send us.
While they may not bo news to you,
remembor that others will appreciato
reading them. Just send us the
skeleton on a postal card and wo can
put the clothes on it. tf.
-There was a terrible storm in
Pickens Sunday night which blew
down the old salaboose that has
stood, ever since this town was laid
out, ou the southwest corner of couirt
house square and been an eyo-sore
for many years. Mayor McFall told
Chief Griflin that he did not want to
know who did it, or how many were
in the crowd, but to find out and ar
rest every one of them and set thom
up at the soda fountain. Good for
-Tom Ward, c)lored, an eight
year-old boy whom 3imon and Ellen
Valentine, colored, hold taken to raise
was found dead, Tuesday morning
about 150 yards from the house, near
the spring, with every evidenco to
prove iurder. Simon reported the
matter to Coroner Parsons, who held
an inquest. The child was bloody,
with soveral contusions on head and
face, and evidenco on the body to
shov a terriblo boating. The skull
was fractured. From all of the evi
der1o~i ai verdict was rondlered that
the child was killed by Ellen Valrn -
Line and a warrant was issueod forg her
arrest andl she was lodged in jail
lThis setion wvas blessed with a
good1 rain) last wveek.
W. WV. Chapmaujwas the guest at
his brother's home in the Lenhardt
section lost weel.
J. Lucian Hendricks, Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Hendricks, Sam Fondley, of
Easley, and Miss Evie Hendricks
went to North Carolina on a visit on)
Aug. '7th and returned on the 10th.
They reported an enjoyable time
while in 01ld N. C. The pleasaint air
and good( times have imp~roved thomn
a great deal.
Miss Rutha May Hendricks, of
Asheville, N. C., is on a visit in old1
South Carolina again. She spent
last week wvith Miss Evie Hendricks,
Mrs. Sallie Hendricks and chil
dIron, of Mica, are visiting in Griffin
section this week.
Miss Ruth Hendricks is visiting
her grandmother at Pickens this
Cannon Andrews, of Zirconia, N.
C., and Miss Evie H-endricks, Sam
Fendley, of Easley, with Miss Emma
Andrews, of North Carolina, went to
Heatherly Heights August 9, and
went on the tower which was a grand
sight. Heatherly Heights is a high
peako near Zirconia. The tower is
100 feet high. They reported a
Married, at the hume of the brides
parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Looper.,
Aug. 6, 1903, Mr. Edward Hendricks
to Miss Fanny Looper, Rev. Mr.
Mullinax officiating. Their friends
present were: Misses Alpha Free
mnan, Maggie Chapman, Cora Chap
mnan, Evie Hendricks, and Nora Looper
Messrs. Fletcher Smith, Sam Fend
ley, Oscar Looper, Olar Chapman,
Marion Freeman, Sam Looper aind J.
L. hieodricks. After the marriage
the bride and groom Moent to the
home of thme groom's parente, where
the table was laden with the good
things to eat. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
Hopkins and son, and Mrs. Eva Mil.
1er and two children from Greenville,
were also present. We wish the
happy couple muchi joy and hiappi.
ness through the journey of life.
The protracted meeting will begin
at Mt. Tahor the fourth Sunday with.
Rev. Lem Freeman in charge. Ev
erybody is invited to come andl take a
part in the meeting.
The health of this community is
very good at present.
Miss Martha Feindloy is the guost
of Miss Lenora Looper this week.
Mrs. S. C. Chapman and children
are visiting at W. J1. B. CIhapman 's
Mr~. andl Mrs. Edward Hendricks
spent Saturday night and Sunday at
8. M~ Looper's.
Mr. aiid Mrs. Lewis H~opkuis visit
ed Mrs. 8. M. Brown, of Field, last
Sam Fendley hias r'eturnedl home
after a pleasant visit to relatives here.
We are gladl to know that Mrs.
Millie Hendricks Is able to be out
Mr. and Mrs. B. D. LjenhqrcJ and,
son were guests of J. Luciani Hen.
diricks last Tuesday. lBluc 4yos.
If constipated or bilious, call for RaT
mon's Pills and be certain cur clerks give
you the genuine hRmn' Camlplete
treatmienlt 25 doses 250e.
I Pickens Drug Co.
Cedar Rock, News.
We are having a il->uishing school
conductod by Earlo Miller.
Mr. and Mrs. Reese Bowen have
been visiting the former's father,
Robert Steele. -
Mrs. Hattie Craig has been visit.
ing her old home at Contral.
G. W. Bowen, of Mica, has been
visiting friends inl this sectionl. We
were glad to see Lim down oi this
Crops are very ina in this section.
Wo are having nico rains for tur
lip --owing and the 1otato crop.
J. W. 8lheriff is still sawing lum.
ber on Miss Jano Duke's land. le
is a g6od lumber man. Call on
him whoen in need of lumber.
Dr. W. .1. Bowen has bo(1u visiting
his father, \V. T. Bowent. le re
turned to his home at Mount Pleas
a1t last weck.
Miss Bello 'Fmith has been quito
sick with fever but is imiiproving.
Bltck iloadod Girl.
Items From Sunny Dale.
The protracted meeting is in prog
ress at this writing. It is conducted
by Rov. Frank Murphy, assisted by
Rev. ,Walker, of Tryon, N. C. It is
being well at tonded, and thnro is
much interest manifested in the spir
itual welfaro of the church.
The school at this place is doing
good work. The principal is Hovey
Earle, of Pickons.
The educational meeting 1he](d hero
Friday was a decided success. The
exercises consisted of songs and ad.
diesses. Miss Mary Shelor entertaidi
ed the audience with a nice speech on
school improvement and silk culture:
The next speaker was Prof. V. E.
Dendy, of the Pickens Graled school.
le spoke on manual training, nature
study aind music. Ile handled his
subject well and the peoplo of thas
section would be pleased0 to have him
return and address thiemn again. TI e
last speaker was County Supt. of E T
uication Hallumai. H1is subject was
the power of iiluence. Miss Josie
Earle, the teacher at Rock, grouped
her school with this one, and made
the day memorable. At 1 o'clock
dinner was prepared m the grove
nearby and every one invited to help
Pipings From Oolenoy.
Crops are flourishing in this sce
tion of the county. The beautiful
valley of Oolenoy presents an on.
trancing panoraima to the beholder
just at thin time. With the excep
tion of a few places along the banks
of the river, ti o corn is excellent.
Some of our farmers claim that their
cotton crops are unuisually fine- -tha
best they have ever raised.
ThIl( valley of the Oolenoy was for
nerly known as ''Egypt," and farm
era camio inl ulme froi Groonville
and Anderson to buy corn. This
fned Ivalley may not be '4he gran
ery of the world'" as wvas ancient
Egypt, bunt it is certainmly the grancry
of Pickens county.
Our educational rally on the 19th,
was a gr-eat success. Excellent
speeches were made by Miss Maryc
Sheolor, Sup1t. Hallum anmd Prof.
Doendy-. 'I heir a~ddresOs w( reprc
tical and up to-daato and will act as a
stimulus inm progressive ednelation
dtmong uIs. The meetting 'vas pr-esi
ded over by Trustee J1. D. M. Keith.
Riepresentativo Ma tthow H end ricks
openied the meieting with prayer.
Miss Halrris p)resided at the organ.
Th, re ,vas an abundance of ovtryv
thing goodl to eat, all partook to t'ueir
full satisfaction and went away re
freshod mnontally and p)hysically.
News From Stewart.
Having sceen nothinig inI your ne wsy*
paper from t his commnity ini cuite
awhile, I take p)laure in giving you
ai few dlots.
We are having plenhy of rain this
On last Tuesday even ing, Aug. 11,
thme death angel visited thme home of
Mr. and Mrs. B3. D. Mauldin aand
claimed as its victim their hattle in.
fant, Mittie. She was a bright littIc
babe and the light (If the home, yet
God saw fit in His~all-wise Providence
to take her home. She was buried
the day folloing at Gap Hill church.
Mayv God comfort the boereaved f am
ily in this their hour of grief and sor
Miss Grota Gaines, of Central, and
Mist Mattle Stewart, of Alexander,
were tbe guests of Miss Lucy Mauldin
Thpps M auldina, of Piedmont, visit
ed relativos in our section this week.
Quuite a numbher of ppl)o from
this community wvent to Pickens to
(lay to hear tihe "lBig Three" spt-ak.
Mr-s. Alice Herd, of Piedir ont, is
visiting her mother, Mrs. Jano Rob
Mrs. .Belle Finley, (of Newry, is the
guest of her mothoer, Mrs. Jane Rob
bins this week.
Ma-s. Rosa Mitchell and chaildren
visIted relatives in Easley last week.
Mi. and Mrs. B. C. Mauldin visit
ed the latter's parents, Mr'. and Mras.
McHugh, of Penadleton last week.
Mr. and Mrs. John Simpson re
tiurnied home with them mind will visit
in this community and Six Mile be
fore they return home.
Th'e cories of meetings at Gap Hill
will begin tomorroew. The meeting
will be c.mnducted by- the pastor, Rev.
D. A. Lewis.
B. 1). Mauldlin hast been on the sick
list for a few days, but glad to say lhe
is much improved.
Miss Mary lTrotter, of Meet, paid
1h0r friend, Miss Lucy Mauldin, a
visit last Sundlay.
Mrlt. nnd( ~Mras. John Holdon, of
Kings, ar-e visiting in our section this
issj A dan Miauldin has retur-ned
from a very p)lenanat visit among
r-elatives and friends in Ander-son
Weoll, if this loes not find its way
to the waste basket I will prob01ably
appear again. Snces to you), Mr.
Editor, andl all the roadr-s of yeou'
papers. Sun Flower.
Aug. 15, 190O3.
To iMotheors in 'fTnwn,.
(ChI1 tibi wh Fre del ete-, fe'verIih ant oross
vwcot PowderN for 1h, t'reii. Tmhaey clemamio the
Ist4mnoh, eti 1Ott (ho liver. mankiig ma sh-kly alhikI
stu on i udt heal thy. A certain estre for worms.
Suoh)li' all <1rinigit X saiple free, A~d
dress, . 1lenuS. O mtue'l tIohny, N, ky
tions, Shoes, Pants, Overalls, Buggies,
larness, Saddles, Blankets, Laprobes
- And All Kinds Of
'INWARE, STAPLE AND FANCY CROCERIES.
I leave for New York about Aug. 28th to buy one of
mes of General Merchandise ever kept in this country
ie right price.
I AM AGENT FOR Ti'iE CE1LRBlTATEID
PLANO MOWERS and RAKES.
. They are the most simple in con
struction and lighest running and
most lasting mowers ever made.
COM AND LET ME TLL YOU ABOUT THMOS,
are THE CASH MERCHANT,
Liberty, S. C.
ire a Cold in One Day I Days.
no Quinine Tabiets. . o every
months. 'his signature, .ox 2 7P56 bu, O 5C.
TO MAKE ROOM
For FALL GOODS.
Our buyer is now in the Eastern markets to buy one o
the largest stocks ever brought to this part of the state and ir
ordcr to make room for new goods we are offering
Big Reductioins in Many Lines.
We have just receivedl a fresh car of "STUDEB3AKEF
WVAG ONS." Everybody knows what the Studebaker is, anc
the price is right. Watch this space and come and see us.
Preill-nt.10 -(O'O 00,le
* PICKENS BANK,.e
OF PICKENS, S. C.
CA PIT AL, - - $ 20, 500.00.
PROFITS, - - $ 10,312.09.
D EPOSIT S, - - $ 100,055.29.
Interest paid on time Deposits. Careful Management.
Liberal Treatment to all it's Custome'rs.
WVE Malm A SPECIATY OF SMALL LOANS TO FARM I'RS.
THEY MUST GO
W'e are now offering our entire stock
of Low Cut Shoes at G 0 - Q U I C K
prices, Take a look at our Bargain
PRIDE e& P ATTON
Greenville, S. (I.
Too a Sm all.
OR the last two months we have
jhardly had time to get a long breath
trying to handle so many chickens
and eish to say to the p~ouhlry ralisers
for tergoodl and ours to stop selling
your chickens so small as they are not wan
~~ ted anywhere at any price. Large chiickcens
will bring a much better price and are al..
ways wanted, Vlena are in good demand.
We want all the eggs we can get and wvill
give the highest market price for them,
Call on ias for all kinds of merchandise
at the lowest cash price,
.Dry Goods, N
My buyer wil
the most complete 1i1
and will be sokl at tl
Tae Laxative Bro
Seven Million boxes sold In past 12
J. M. Pt riner, who is teachi'g the
Girove school, mado an average of 76
pupils last m ith. This is the
largest school ever taught here.
The good neighbors turned out
and heat d cur groat lady e Iucator
lecture August 20th.
The saw mills are on a I oom iN
Crops aro lookidng woll at, this writ
We hope to see Mis. J. M. Rig.
donl, who has beon qiite sick, out in
a few days.
J. D. Fortner and family, of Green
villo, is visiting friends and rolativo4
in this section.
'I ho singing and Sunday school at
Grove is still on a boom).
The protracted meetiig at Plon .
alt Grove huil 6l start the lilt h
Sundaly inl this month.
Ed~die Rhodes, of Pelzter, is visiting
J. R1. Duncan.
Tihe boys are' taking their mnout
taia hunts, but report, gamte scaree.
Having seeni nothing from this,
par't of the county lately, will say a
Laying-by time has coim; we areT
all through wvork and1 are enjoying a1
Have had1 some fine rains 1lately.
Hfealthi of this commu~ ini ty is good
WVe are enjoying our-solf ealtin)
melon~s and going to mneeting this~
week, alithough we) have t.0 waulk, as~
the roads are so bad we cann ot ride.,
Mr. Edhitor: WV here is Old hmui
Noah ? Has his Arik sun1k, or' not?1
We tulposed it hadl as we do not hear
anything of it. WVe wvant to sec
Nnh - we do0 not enre anyvthing
about his sonts-we live in lhis beat.
T[here has been nothling done1 to anty
of our roads this year and( n2ow
haven't any roads, but have plenty
of gullies. If somnethlinig is 110t done
at once we are0 going' to kntow why.
ff we can't get thle roads1 worked
they should pay3 us back our dollar11
con11tuuationi lax; then if there wasF
all Oorsoor' appointled we Would w~orkl
01ur gullies. For us to go ahead and
do the work is about t~he only way
our roa~ds will ever be p)ut inl pafssale
lix. Another goodl plan is to chaunge
hands occasiolhly', and I, for one,
am in favor of changing inl tile com-I
miiiones3's o0lice next year.
I hope) that thbe ark will light
about M (I. Winchester's mill al
once and( (10 what ought to have been
(done a year ago.
A u . 8h 103.Keen Klipper.
Death at Easley Cotton Mill.
After an illness of about thmree
weeks, Maggie, the 14 year-old
dlaughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. D~rako
left this world for her home on the
Throne in Heaven. Maggie was ai
faithful attendant at Sabbath school
also a good worker for the Master's
cause. The last work of hers was to
1il1 a collection album for the or.
phans. In this she fulfilled the comn
mand(: "It you love mno food miy
"There is a Home on High,
The Home wye love so well
In the land beyond the sky,
Thioi Maggie has gone to dwell.
Herot body sleteps in thle tomb,
Ini the coldi andl silet tomlb,
Ihnt her spirit is up~ on High
And she calls miotacr, father como1.
Violent Atftack of Ilarr'hoea Curedl by
Cha~mberlm' Colle, Cholera
and1( Dlarlrhoen ltemed'uy
ai l'erhuitps Saved0(
'"A .sI.ort time ago I wa'us taken with at
violent attack of Diarrhtoea and believo
I would have dlied if I had not gotten
relief," says Johni JT. Patton, a leading
citizen of Patton, Ala. "'A friend ree
Ommendedl~C~ Chamberlain's Colie, Cholera
and11 Diarrhoea RemedC~y, I bouight a
twenty-five cent bottle andl after taking
three (doses of it w~as entirely cured.I
coniderr it thei best remeldy in the world
for bowe'(l comiplainits. For' sale by~
Plchen. Drug Co. andI E rIe's 1Drug
Store, Piplker.s and( 'T. N. Ilunter, Liber
Talk About Your
"MiII End Slos" an0yor "Wrd.kyo
but they are nbt "In it" with our
"Knock Down", "Drag Out" Clearance Sale for t h
MONTH OF AUCUST.
Big lot of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, lots and Gents Furrt xi
ishing Goods to go at and and below Now York cost. Over 800 p irs
of mens and boys paints il sizes and colors to go at p:icos never be
fore beard of in the State of lIckens.
Big lot of Clothing, come and select your suit name the price
and take it.
This is no fairy tale but plain facts we are talking . We would
rather have cost for every suit in the house than to tho timo and
trouble to move and rearrange them in our now store.
We hopo to be in our new -uiarters by Sept. 1, and we (contem
plate buying the largest stock of Genoral Merchandise, consisting of
Clothing, l)ry Goode, Shoes, Hats, Gents Furnishings, Groceries, Hard
ware Furniture, Buggips and Wagons ever brought to this part of the
country. We will convert our old store into a wpgon and Buggy and
Furnture Depository and by Sept 15th we will he prepared to show
you a eomplete and well selected stock. Have just ordered a oar of
Mitchell & Lewis wagons which are the best on the market.
Romember: For the next :30 days we will offer soine of the
greatest bargains ever offered in Pickens.
Folger & Thornley
Clothing, Hats, Shoes and Gents Furnishing
J. L. Bolt, M. 1). J. N. Ianlum, Ph. G.
Pickens Drug Company.
We Have Just Received A Nice Line
Tablets, Box Paper
and everthing in the line of Staple Station
ery. Tablets from 5 cents up. lleautiful
Vriting Papers. Come and see.
iextended to the trading putblic 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 p~rodutce, eggs. chickens, etc., and wvill pay
the highest market prices for same, either in cash or
trade--Give me a trial and you will never regret it..
Yours for trade,
John F. Harris.
SPECIAL: The best parchedI and green coffees I can buy.
For The Past Few Weeks
Our store rooms have had somewhat the appearance
W P9J n o i
Everything topsy, turvy, upsideC down, m)ixed1 up, ai regular
toar down, change about, remodel. Making more room-bet
~OON FOR NORE DUJIEJJ .
and while at this w(3 found a lot of useful articles that we don't
Particularly naeod anad which you can have powerful cheap.
Wehave no0w ablout compilleted all thuis dusty work au.(d will bo
glad to have all our friends call inl andi see us-hut don't all
come at once,
You and Your F'olks Come TO-DAY
Your Neighbor and his Felks TOMOllROW.
Bargains on all the shelves. Tell1 thomn a bout it.
ANYTIIING ! EVERYTHIING ! No trouble now to find
what You want.
New crop of turnip seed just in-Doni't neglect the turnip
patch. Yours truly,
W. T. McFALL.
Do You Know
Wbu1 Tlls is P4lstei?
W~o are having this printed to call your attention to our August
Bargain Sales in Stoves and Chinaa.
A No. '7 Cook Stove 22 pieces waro at $7.fi0 each.
A large Box Oven Patent bottom Stovo, 2(i pieces $18.ii0 each.
(Oe lot No. 8 "Iron King" Stovos, 26 pieces at $'21.50. each.
We are hueadquartoe for Stoves and Ranges amd fulfill to t ho lot
ter every promise made in our ads.
75c. ON T HE 1
Will buy anay article ini a lot of ton dilferenat patternus of high grade
China. Those goods at thns price aro cheaper thantu plain white goods
of the same gradle. We want this sale t~o close b~y
(,SEPTEMBER THE FiRST.4M
WVo are therefore making these Sweoping reductions in prices that
it may do so.
Right now lot us say, you will loso money if y'ou buy after thia
TERMS CARH on everything.
W. H. PICKENS' SONS.
North Main St. *RASLEY,'V. RC.