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J. 1j. o. TuoNtPSON, o
Subscription $1.00 Per Aninum.
Advertising RAtes Reasonable.
ntered at PickOons Posto1ince as Second CIabs
PICKENS, S. .
Thursday, Oct. 1, .1903
The accounts of both The heutinl
and Journal, whether of reconi datle
or old accounts, are duo anld payab!e
to me, and I kindly ask each and
every person to at nceo como forword
a(d settle up. We have too many
sets of books to look after and nmut
Wind them up anld reduco to tho sot
now being prepared for The Sontinel
Journal. A prompt and early settle.
mont of these old accounts i will slave
trouble and court costs.
All subscriptions to The Sentincl.
Journal are due this fall and we task
all subscribers to come in and eettlo
up ati soon as they put their cotton
on the market.
J. L. 0. THOMPSON,
T -F an I;'soln & Richey, Props ,
rendo : '.11, tom al.
A NEW LNTLPRISE IN PICKENS.
A Knitting Mill, capitalized at
about $50,000, is an enterpiise to
which far-sighted business men ar
looking. and the consummation (if
their hopes therein seems a fact notf
long to be deferred. This is an en
terprise that comes to Pickens th ro gh
the sheer attractitiness of the place
which offers the most promising pros
poets with conditions that an experi
enced superintendent of such an in
stitution could not overlook, as being
peculiarly adapted to the success of
such an enterprise.
Sufficient subscription is pratef ical
ly assured, and the ground " soon
be broken for the - io of a credi
table buik ' to house the nachinaery
o one of the best of paying concerns
ever operated in the sotthern (ouia
try. See notice of the opening of
boooks of subscription of this onter
priso Published elsewhere.
MILL MAN ON COTTON.
A prominient iNew England mnill
mani stid onl the 17th ult., in an in.
torviow w hich is being quo'.ted by the
papers, under a dispatch from Now
"If anyone tells you that frost will
- .now lurl, this y e'ar's cotton crop you
may set it down that ho knows nioth-.
ing about cotton. The crop~ is too
* far advanced. In four weeks we
shall hear nothing about the sicarcity
of cotton. Receipts wvill ho heavier
thtan ever in history.
"Sully's bet that this coantrv wvill
not raise 11,000,000 bales of cotton
during any year of the next live is
the most absurd I ever heard.
"'The consumption of cot tou ini thais
country, with hundreds of mills shao'
dtown because they aroe not, willing to)
pay t he prevailing prices for raw cot
tona, will be smnaller this year th an it
has ,been in any of the past threer.
Next year is a presidential year, and
no mill man is going to take chanacos
andl stock up ahead."
We. suppose this is why the prieo
cotatinrues to drop down. Theso New
England mill men have it in t heir
head there will be another big crop
raised th is year, and .a ill again be
left; the Southern mills will take
every pound they can get, at what
ever price they can get it at, and he
rtinning for the next t,velho months,
on full time, while the Northern mill
men will have to run on short t imea,
pay a big~ pr-ice, or shut downa alto
The cotton crop of the cotton belt
is at least a third short, and it will
be found out after the season is over.
The prodlucer will find that lie hats
acted wisely, if he will hold a portion
Lf his cr-op for spring delivery.
March and1 April cotton is always
A Recent Visit to Cateechee Was One
* Before .monationinag what is going
on there, however, I take occasion
to observe that before the Norris
Mill was built there, the comnmu,
nity was seemingly without spirit,
or life to do. Therae were no aido,
quate roads, there wvas no market
for perishable ptoducts, therie wore
* no croditable values on lanids.
The people populating this v icinit y
*are of an order, from which springs
activity, enterprise and restless
success, as soon as they are touched
by the progreossive spir-it of thu.
times. The building of this mill
created all that was needed to
awaken them to the possibilities of
their opportunities, andl the result
after six years 'is marvellous.
What wvas a backwvard siection' at
that tim hast been toCi me'ltamorphlaisi'd
into one of progressive enhance
*,mont in values inI every coniceiva
blo direction. Farnms have trebled
in value, splendid roads halve
#,been built, markets furnished fo
evorything grown on the farmas,
school facilities doubled, but above
'jall the difrusion of a spirit of prog
ress which most certainly leads to
a opnnition of prosperity, of higher
Jwing, of higher attainments
he1r) mill town, Catoenohee, is live
be~h northeast of Con tral and~ two,
~ j, x~en~ fro6mNorris, on the south.
r toad, on Tweivo Mile riveor.
N~ oprie Mill o.. coinmmeed
-~1W'hi~ h t1 in '189596;1 a nd
cre~voaaning iii 180 Enac thai'
plcvtl'ic'i powor, hos 1leii bilt
aird tie Comalliy k~ now, Ozlgtktr,1d
ill iild-,ug an extolj8:oII torl'
Mill bLidinlg tcr the ujtilizatjol of
itS~ mu'pi uS ievor-fai; jig powo"r.,
onle Oc 010, b-114 81uppie~d goticral
'itcrt4li~ hoe C mud1 it. sp~eudid i 't
lc ti lc ut-.l III I now hot.?], ;tW it(]
lul11:l aiId ini ii'd ovcorz ,i3or h oIlSOS,
pol'ma nltcliool0 lwwwi i *1o ('ii i'nic
by tile comitty, and onl tile tapis8 o
cbrecting ;x oh ui'( hiflig to CPSI
$1,600 to $1,800. Titd itilgo h1It
a popilltioul cIll uvoit 400) wilich
wVi IP Einlc ii'ispil tof' O) as Son, ,It
10(1. whlh Shoul I bv1. I Ilun told,
Ahotit. 11ttUmary it., rtoxi. All ail
0tb I- Pd4, tiC 1'02tt I I W' (.-I
cii Xtelo~ 0 11'ls ho 0)C'II:.113i.
Il~ iou, v I'lo ;tO, r ct fIrs1.
otliuct't' build. v's, Olc;' 4, ~lci
lI s I uil cf-4 F(I p i 11)111 1 I t::, kbrtit IS
'inic.-Pa wla nguag lils '1 ilt-ing z'thl i
tin 1 poihi i in rt dw!i cis c
plThe maaemn I'l~fL~l : ik~ mil i.
of fil ' 1 ' r whiJ hi!'L clifi d LIillicf
good poilarof (li ~'i'tod whleit coit
\Y 'ity :-S eIi :';Con :1 r te , + by(iIt ii
Stend ii I Itoc lliiLC tuid ll S"1." ilm'
dvAidnrl' i, it o ' ,~t sdsl , c
ghoo 11)111 of11 tie~c hL1110illdl( Cotltli
Ult I ii 111( to hi i Id ug i1tci-t is prop'
ato 'Jed cOrjail'Cl enq i poiiililti
I i t) It"'j 11013$ (X .C for'cc (heS 1we
N'ti tilnIl Cctol. Nhu s ' 4, 'll ea i fiV i ll L 11'
till) ill, Co!tmt trix his , hiciti oit
all(]. dilL (toc uiI ' (11) tLmj crop
wato b ot ol ti ?chtti 021W stitct'
Varie :- ld ic1coM !111 'Ic ii' com
oic his't itdils foiiic*:'tr th 1111 I.Mr
mon't ofcvcc this I Ic l it l cc itcc l iii c I ti'
LChsiiicdiecl W cho 2 tire .'.;.c~c! ccii-ae i ll' iii i
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tic , (4 vt I l t le I~~ ive ilI. t .o' j.." I
lst i ald 11'veok.wo ms
; A. tut) it cI ( I r11 , ii S l t lSl~t ot :\ftIIv I' '.
clrt c 2 lii . Il'titel I1' 1igi tN Yic ~c
( ) . i i g t .0 ick ius Sit ii ' W i lof (~ till, 1 .
oacac.s~ lt ' ielll, ;~i)L:~o- 'h s
fti tlj o be1I ing ll(to l it. to co-1.
M)ii CI Wih~ t ic now adit ionj Wori 11~t
Jtho mll 81oy. \V C. forI(c it 5cljoi days
(iAi(' tom iils (cAdtinfn ofCC~ Mr.t
gatlt'Mr s ofaitu ciy1le f thi s.
i. . iat Iistc'i Fiay nightttt, 111 f2ut
hll-wI Siiu i'e da at1' (3.111 Cit~ tic. ji cli k
ta le' fliti~i o it G e1ic tm c. ast, is t hti
jlill"tic -)12'ic lics . ,Icc Ilic lt .
She Suffered for Years and
Felt Her Case Was Hope
;I less-Cured by
RVs. ANNA B. TLEHARTY, recent
Suporintendentof tho W. C. T. U.
headquartors, at Galesburg, IlL., was for
ton years one of the loading women there.
11or husband, when living, was first;
President of the Nebraska Wesleyan
Univcrsity, at Lincoln, Neb.
In a letter written from 401 Sixty
seventh street, W., Chicago, Ill., Mrs.
1loharty says the following in regard to
"Hf aving lived a very active life as wife
and working partner of a busy ministor,
lay licalth failed me a few years ago. I
lost my husband about the samo time,
ai gradually I sooned to loso health
and spirit. My daughter is a confirmed
invalid, and we both felt groat need of
" One of my neighbors advised me
to try Peruna. A bottle was immediate
ly secure& and a great change took
place in ny daughter's as well as in
my own health. Our appetites Im
proved very greatly, the digestion
seemed inuch helped, and restful sleep
soon improved us, so that we seemed
like now women.
"1 would not be without Peruna for
ton times its 'cost. '-Mrs. Anna B.
What used to be called female diseases
by the me0dical profession is now called
pelvic catarrh. It ]as. been found by
exporionco ihat catarrhal diseases of the
pelvic organs are the cause of most cases
of femalo disease.
Dr. ITartnan was among the first of
Amirica's great p'ysicians to make this
discovery. .For forty years he has been
trcating diseases peculiar to women, and
long ago ho reached the conclusion that
a woman entirely free frdm 'catarrhal
affection of theso organs would not be
subject to femalo disease. HIe therefore
began using Peruna for these cases and
found it so adrnirably adapted to their
pernianent cure that Poruna has now
become the most famous remedy for
femalo diseases ever known. Every
-where the women are using it and prais
ing it. Peruna is not a palliative sim
ply: it cures by removingAbe Muse of
femato diseases .
1, Pt-i'arian has probably cured more
Women of femalo ailments than any
other living physician~. He nakes these
oures simply by using and recommend
lr. Kitor: News is very scarce
at prLselnt, but I will try and givo
your Many readers a few (lots.
Healthi is good at this writing.
Farmnors are Ill a rush with their
htler antd it las been very fillo
weAther for saving it.
-Cotton is late and will be short,
D~iiunl WViicheste~r is rushing up
his1 cottoni ginnle ry onl his~ Barton
Miss Olivo Newton closed the sumi
mer(1 termu of OChOOl at Anitchi a few
days iago. Miss Oliv'e is a good
teacher alnd anyi dlistriict inl need( of a
1irst class teniehecr COulld not do bet
ter thant to emlo1y herl.
(. WV. P'arrojtt has pulrchased( his
ranJ~l-fatherl's hiomei place0, kniown as5
the Jerr'o Patrrott p)lace, aned expects
tomo ehre tils winter. W'e are
id tIoV we!lcome Chlarlio in our
idcst. Mou ntain Spreout.
Madden's Bridge Dots.
Tihe heautlthl of this commnity is
uml an picking cotton is in the
Clarece W. Hlowesli visited friends
on1i relatives in Anderson the past
Itev. J. E. Uear'd filled his regular
alppoinitmfent at Mt. Zion Suniday.
A. B. Hfowell visited Pickens a fewv
daiys ago and~ reported Pickens' one of
t he moitst proTsper'ous little towns in
Thell priotacted meeting at the Bap.
I st churebch at Cen tral (closed with
live addi~itionsi to the church.
W~e ruer t to s'ay that our1 miller.
L. T1. Kelley, and wife, have left for
Che'ster, w'here lie will take charge of
-i aill i In-rei'. Mr. Kelley was 01ne of
tli he n)St reliable men of our town,
and lhe will be missed, bo0th at mill
and1( chuirchi, as lie wals a good1 c:hrli
t 11 ia worker. We wish hiim and Mr's.
>lKelley health, pleasnroe and Heavenly
Re.G . Niley will protract his
meetig, conuii nencing1 Friday nigh t
beOfore( theO third Snnlday in O..itohoer
Every'body inivited( to iittend.
Six Mile Locals.
1H[ealth in this commun~ility is very
l ood iat presenit.
1. D). 1I.lii ha just opened up a
slock of -goods hiero.
A. D Mann hus a full skore this
Cotton picking is the order of the
day ar'oundi~ hero.
ISeveiral of our Six Mile friends
went to Atlanta-on the excursion the
14t uI It.., rond report a very nic00
timio. A. D). Mann did not leave his
son, Cleo, at the National S1urgical,
Instit uto as bo is contemplating send-1
ighmto Baltimore for treatment.
We (10 hopo) to seo Cleo walking
IMi. Woodson, oif this sectioni, lost
twvo lice lbogs last wveek by feeding
them11ii mhais. e. Thliis should be j
waniniiig to othiers not to give swvine
too mianiy miolasses.*
We av beent hatvinig very good
n'etigs at most all the churches
ICetr here. It seems that there is
hemqii ai gireat out pouring of Goed's
ble-emigs amonig thle peole for
wh ich wvo are thiankful, anid pray for
Neon h undre1 (70C) acres in E 'state
Townshiip, well timibored antd well wvat
TIwo hunadred. aned 'wovnty-four' (224)
aroes in Ceontral To wnship, wvell1 timber
(1d and well wvatered. Good1 Titles.
Bothl those traiats of lind aire off'ered
at reoasoniblo prie's, either all cash or
onn-half onish, balance in1 one year with
interest at 8 per enit, secnred by moert
gagp of the landi. An inspection of this
pr'opertyV is invited.' If 110t sold. by Do
outuiber lat, wvill bo taken off~ the market.
(dl.n or'-writo 3.121
M *L I , ' U 1 I ~
3 I F E CATAM
b1rs. Anna B. Floharty.
Mrs. 1. L. Brown, 329 Elliott street
Memphis, Tenn., writes:
"I suffered for several years with head
acha brought on by nervous prostration
I was alse afflicted with insomnia. ]
would got up in the morning more weary
than when I retired and I used to dread
the approach of night. Peruna came
into my home as a weleome guest, and
within three short months I was like
another woman. r have now eejoyed
perfoct health for over a year, and those
who have suffered as I did will know
how happy I am."-Mrs. E. L. Brownu.
Mrs. Esther M. Milner, De Graft, Ohio
" I was a terrible suffereir from female
weakness and had the headache contin.
uously. I was not able to do my house
work for myself and husband. I wrote
you and described my condition as neav
as possible. You recommended Peruna,
I took four bottles and was completely
cured. I think Peruna a wonderful med
icine."-Mrs. Esther M. Milner.
Congressman Thad. M. Mahon, ol
Chamborsburg, Pa., writes:
. "I take pleasure In commendinigyout
Peruna as a substantial tonic and a
good catarrh remedy. "'-T. M. Mahon.
If you do not derive prompt and sati.,
factory results from the use of Peruna,
write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a
full statement of your case and he will
be pleased to give you his valuable ad.
vice gratis. . *
Address Dr. Hartman, Presidentsof
The Hartman Sanitarium, 0olu
Rev. S. A. McDaniel.
Your correspondent from Catec
chee speaking of Rev. S. A. Moflan
iul in last week's paper, leads me to
say something of him as pastor of
Griflin church. At the last regular
conference he was unanimously re.
elected pastor for the fourth time
and will begin his fourth years' work
the first of Jannary next. He has
beena a faithful and efficient pastor, e
zellous worker and an earnest advo
cato and expounder of the faith once
delivered to the saints. During hi,
pastoratLf about twen'.y-Aive have beer
added to the church; the members
olovated to a higher plane of chris
tian living and sinners alarmed. He
is greatly loved by his fiock and we
pray that God wvill contiue to blesi
his labors. X.
It is a great convenience to havr
at hand reliable remedies for use ii
cases of accident and for slight lijurie
and ailments. A good liniment and onf
that is fant becoming a favorite if not
household necessity is Chamberlaini
Pain Balm. By applying it promptly t4
a cut, bruise or burn is allays the pail
and c'iuses the injury to heal in abou
one third the time usually require,1, an
as it is antisoptic it prevents any dange
of blood poisoning. When Pain Balm i:
kept on hand a sprain may be treatel
before inflamation sets in, wvhich insure
a qjuick recovery. For sale by Picken
Drug Co., Earle's Drug Store, T. 19
'We offer One Hundred Dollars Rlewari
for any case of catarrh that cannot b
cured by Hall's Catarrh cure.
F. J. CIIENEY & Co.,Toledo,0.
We, the undersigned, have known F
J. Uheney for the last 15 years, and be
lieve him perfectly honorable in all bibi
ness transactions and financially able t,
carry out any- obligations made by thei
Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesal
Druggists, Toledo. 0.
Hall's Cat-arrh Cure is taken internal):
acting directly upon the blood and mu
couas surfaces of the system. T1estimec
nials sent free. Price 75ce. per bottle
Sold by all Druggists. Hall's Famnil:
Pills are the best.
ROAD)S TO LET.
Bids will be rceived1 up to 1~
o'clock nioon of the 15th Octobei
1903 for working the public road
in this county from January 1st ti
December 31st, 1904. All bid
must be in writing, signed by thb
bidd~er, sealed a.nd addressed to th4
The roads will be let lay Schoo
P istricts, and one bidder can bj
on one or more districts or a towp
ship, or as much territory as hii
may desire. 'rho bids will be
made by the mile. The followinj
is suggested as the form of the bid
Pickens, S. C.
I .will work School distric
No. .(or township) during the
year 1904 at .. .. per mile.
'rho contractar will be require<
to furnish his own handsa stock
tools and supplies. He will b,
required to keep up all bridgel
ten feet in length and under.
H~e will have the privilege of work.
ing all hands in his district wh<:
have not paid their comrnutatiori
tax upon such termns as may b(
agreed upon with the Supervisor.
H e will be required to sign a editracl
to wvork and keep inu repai tte
roads in his division as the law re
qunirea. The roadg ill be inspct,
ed at the oiad of each three monthbs
and if the work hasa been parformed
as required by. law aend as set forthi
im the contract the cdatr'aotor wIl
be paid, If not, his moncey ivall b(
withheld until the work is proper
ly done. The contractor ni ox
ecute a bond.
Addiress all bids to
Pickens, 8. C.
Craig Bros,, will buy
unti Octob~er 16
For The Family.
Our store is the place where
the best, newest and latest 2
Shoe Creations are to be found.
Heavy and Light Walking
Shoes for Men, Women and
Children. Shoes for the en
tire family. For whatever
purpose you msiay require shoes
X, < we have thei and at the very
e lowest prices.
UP-'rO-DAI I'SlIO1. HOUSE.
GR EENVfLLE, S. C.
N'* X, W.\ X V
WE HAVE JUST_' Ci VED A
CAR LOAD OU T'HE FAMOUS
FORG1 THiE .ALL TrADE.1)I
We are going to dispose of them rapidly. Now is your
chance. ALL SIZEtS. ALL PRICES.
Metts & James,
126 South Main St. GREENVILLE, S. C.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Pickens.
Office of County Treasurer, Pickens County, S. C.
Pickens, S. C., September 15th, 1 903.
THE TREASURER'S OFFICE WILL BE OPEN FROM
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15th UNTIL -TH URSDAY,
DECEMBER 31st, 1903, WITHOUT PENALTY.
The Rate of State, County, School and Special Tax, Including
One Dollar Poll Tax and One Dollar Commutation Road
In accordance with an Act to raise supplies for the fiscal year commencin~g
Jamnuary 1, 1903, notice is hereby given that the ofilco of Conuty Treasurer of
Piokens County will open fo.z the collection of taxes for snutd fiscal yoa~r from
TH1URSDAY, OCTOBER 15'ri, until TIHURSDAY, DECEMBER 31sr. Rates
per cent, of taxation are as follows:
Levy For State Tax -- - - - 5 Mills.
" "Ordinary County tax -- - 4
4 " 6" Constitutional School tax - 3"
" "Past Indelbtedness -- - 1;
." " County Roads - - -- 1
" " Sinking Fund - -- -- - 1.1 '
Totl levy for State and County Taxes - - 17 Mills.
Levy for interest on Pickens U. R. bonds, Piekens C. H. TownIship, 31 mills.
Levy for interest on Pwckeus R. R. bonds, Hnorricane Township, 21 mills.
Levy for inte rest on Pickensa R. R. bonde , Easitatoo Township, 31. mills.
Speci..l Levy For Sebool District No. 8 '2 Mills.
" 4" " "6 "6 " 9 2 "
"4 "4 "4 "6 "6 64 10 1 . 6 -
" "4 "4 4" 66 "6 11 31 "6
"4 " 64 4" 4" 13 4 "6
"4 "46" " 16 2 "4
"6 " '' '' "6 '' 19 2 "4
"4 44 "4 "6 "4 46 23 2 "4
"4 " "6 "4 " " 49 2 "4
- 55 :3 "
,A Poll Tax of One Dollar per capita on all mule citizenis between tho agos of
21 and 60 yeara, eveept such as are exempt by law, wvill bo collected.
A commutationi Rad Tax of One Doll i'will be collected at to same timeo s
a other taxes from all malo citizens bet ween the ages of 18 and 50 years, exept such
as are exempted by law. Unless said t6'x is paid by the 31st of Dee. 1903, eighi
dayi work upon the public highways 'will be regnired under a co'atractor.
Taxes are payable only in gold aind silver coin, Unitc~d States currency, Na
tiolial Boqok Notes and Coupons of State Bonds which become payable during the
Parties desiring information by mail in regard to their taxon will pie ao sate
the location of their property, and include postage for a reply, and thoso paying
taves by check must include the charges for collecting.
Sept. 15, 1903. Id. Tre asuirerer of Pickens County.
O Ao T . ..
S essthe - he KinYo liar l ought
The Annual MeetingI-A D
of Old Stone Okueh and Cemetery I BcceMtra falkns
Association wiltlen held at the OldI
Stone chmuebh on Siiutiday, Oct. 10,1 ieCgr oacs
1903. A full attendance Is -desired;SgaCfe
not only of the members of the Asso. CflGos
eiation, but of all others interested in MuioNels
thes preservation and Improvement of
the cemetery awl1 chureb. Imyor-4 ai lIyolirtimg o
tant business Is to be brought be ore tdost eto
the Association.BiylRearg Do.
Bly order of f'inli
J J. Lewis, Pres.AlatteletCahPi.
R. N. Brackett, Soc. Ol
Bears the l1ho KInd You iavte A s 80ught .C.& o,
It K~eeps the Feet Warmu and Dry.
cure 4hIblain, is Iem, Sweata g, .ore, Acm N R tU
itor Damp feel. At all druggists and shoe
HAIR BAL.SAM I I5~~l 1 IOI'S
Yrom.es a luzuri nt isr de
esistt.Gha we solb a uJ .Seiamd utt
SHOUT FROM fVERY HOUSE-TOP balan igarteidr iil
wss s eeseaslgasu~ det e ced htte Ip eoemi
nWsp0V f . faytelavwytesi
I r n i n i aret i o n s h o u l d o tshr r a n t e d
I oMEV SACK IF 3?IL,. t . I NWe.Y
1 1~ ~ --'For BiACccles 8.0
are easy to find-to wear-to
pay for. We have your size.
The label on the coat
Small thing to look for-big
thing to find-means this:
and if you don't find them so,
your money back.
Large shipment of New Fall
Styles coming in daily.
Smith & Bristow,
THE M'N'S AND BOY'S OUTFITTER.
Greenville, S. C.
Pool Estate Fo Sale.
BUY YOUR HOME and
STOP PAYING RENT.
4 lots 100 X 200 for $17-5.0) enci.
71 acre farm lv miles from Pickens. One-half in cultivation for $854.CO.
133 0-10 acres within on, mil, of Norris Cotton Mill. 45 acres in cultivation
b:.lance in original forest. Nearly wood enough on this piace to pay for it. Good
water. Two framo dwellings and out houses. Going at $12 per acre.
130 acre farm near Six Mile church, 2-story dwelling, 60 acres good
heart timber; 60 acres in cultih ation; plez.ty of running streams $1325
13CA acres one mile of Easley, plenty of water. An ideal stock farm, $2,000.
ito aems on Crow C~reek. 't.Q eres. in cultivation, 10;regodbtul111,
Goo1 4 room ious and out liiuies. $950.00. v cres good bottom land,
Real-estate is going in a rush now. Come soon and get pick and choice.
For further information call on
REAL ESTATI IEALERS.
Oilco at. Depot. Pickens, S. C.
H. A. RICHEY'S.
We have bou:ighit I he largelt and1 iis1 CompeIt c : ock of Reliable Mers
chand isc thbiB Fall I iht we have~ ever c~l ie~d, wit bi lie irreat est attrnct ions
in Now Goods and~ L~ow Prices. We invite a coirnpaIrison withI any house
in SouthI Carol ina mn Siyles, Q.iality, Quaniti ly andl Prico. We mean to
lead thie procession I his Vall aind will not be iiudersolud by anybody. It
will be eusy I'r you 1o buy at. Riefs 'when you stop and examino the
im et Iy goods an get the ' rices, amud it certainly will pay you. A dollar
saved ji a1 dlar maide. Dou your trailing at Riche/s' and savec the dollars.
We cani shotw .so c*ept tna vailues nii Dress Goods in Black and olors,
aill Gr ades anad Prices. Beo ifu ll WVaist. Flannels in Plain anid Fancy. An
elegant line of D~resses a I Trininimmg--special values.
We, 'mke a specially of our Shoe Department. WVe have t..em in all
grades for TLadie*s, M~ en amnd Chiildiren. The best miakes from thei leain
actories in Aimerien. Buy your Shoces froilm us and "an will ho pleased.
Wc guaranit ce saitisfamct ion.4
IDOM ESTIC D)EPARTMENT COMPLETE.
Good Calicoes. GWood Outings, Good Red LFlannel, best yar'dwide
White Hiomespun, b'et Canton Flannei, best Checked Homespun.
No mut ter whaint prices are quoted you we will 'sell you for less.
H. A. RICIHEY.
2 TIECHEAPhST STORE IN PICKENS.-Ea
Sterlingo Silver Hol)low-ware,
Steiling Silver Flat-warec.
Cut Glass, Art P~ott.ery, Bric-a-Brac andl(
Novel ties. J
J. F. BRUNS & BRO.,
1 09 North Main Street. CR EENVILLE. S. C.
NEXT THIRTY DAYS.
For Cut P. ices to suit the Dull Seoni On .
GLASS \ CROCKERY-WARE
TiN-WARE, JEWELRY, ETC.
3 Full line of
Cannied Goods, Pickles, Oat Meal, Crakers,
CakeCs, Canidies, Fruits, Nuts, Tea,11 Coffee,
Molasses. 4* e The Best Cheese oni Earth.
IMau4c Stock anid Poltry Food.
Used and( recommended by all the Stock and Poultry raiser.
BlackI Killll Soe Polsll.
in Exchange for Good s
MRS. K.L CUiiRETON COna