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u0jeribIioin 01.00 Per Annum.
Advertising Rates Reasonable.
Ppntered at Piekenu Postoffice as Sooonti Class
PICKENS, S. C.:
Wednesday, Oct. 21, 1903.
TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS.
The accounts of both The Sen'iuel
and Journal, whether of reconi date
or- old accounts, are duo and payable
to me, and I kindly ask each and
every person to at once come forward
and settle up. We have too many
sets of books to look after and must
wind them up and reduce to the sot
now being 'repared for 'he Sentinel
Journal. A prompf an' early settle.
. ment of these old accounts will save
trouble and court costs.
All subscriptions to The Sentinel.
Journal are due this fall and we ask
all subscribers to come in and setLa
up as soon as they put their cotton
on the market.
J. L. 0. THOMPSON,
For Thompson & Richey, Props.,
Coney -Island is rivalling Cape
Nome. Beach combers are sifting
the sands and finding diamonds and
other ger a. It is the annual clean
up after the summer crowds.
A Paterson, (N. J.) bride has
brought suit for divorce against her
husband upon the complaint that he
made her ivear tight shoes. It must
have been a sort of Chinese honey
The jury in the case of The State
vs. James H. Tillman for the murder
of Editor N. G. Gonzales, found a
verdict of not guilty. We are too
busy hunting an antidote for nausea
to make further comment.
Last April the National Good Roads
u9nvention was held at St. Louis.
By dint of superhuman energy the
government printing office has man
aged to get out the eighty-pago re
port of the proceedings in October.
The poorest private printing concern
in the country would be ashamed of
such a record.
"Great oaks from little acorns
grow" and large suits from slight
omissions. A telegraph company has
to fight one of $20,000 in New York
because a telegram addressed "Miss
Ada Hanna" was held for some sup
p6'sititious person by the namo of
"Miss Ada H. Anna." It would have
required a Cockney clerk to make the
proper 'lelivery of that telegram.
Margaret Matilda, the 14-year old
daughter of William Smith, of Co
lumbia, N. J., appeared at the break
fast table the other ay with her
hair "done up" and a reef shaken
out of her skirt. When hor father
wanted to know what meant those in
disputable evidences of the foot that
the girl deemed herself a young lady,
he was astounded by the annotlnce
mont that she had been married the
day before and wvas determined to
dross the part. Then the new woman
got a spanking for a wedding pres
A lady in a Now York theater was
informed by an usher that she was'
"no lady" because she would not re
niove her hat. Thereupon her sonl
very promptly punched the usher in
the eye. The son was taken to the
police station, but the justice dis
charged him, holding that the usher
had offended and that ho had no0
right to express his opinion as to the
moral character of the defendant's
mothler because she would not re
move her hat. We are glad that the
:women dowvn South remove thieir
hats, though we knew they are in no
danger of tile imputation of the
Another international wedding,
with another English lord filling the
"title xale," is declared to be threat
ning. This time Miss Muriel White,
daughter of Henry White, secretary
ofZ the United States embassy at Lon.
(ion, is said to be the prospective
countess, while the man in the case
I Lord Willoughby do Eresby, old
sson of the Earl and Uountess of
Apcaster. As this is the fifth time
ht Miss Muriel has been reported
engaged,' however, it is quite p)ossible
hiet any one banking ulponl this ovent
by be disappointed. Yet theoro
shpuld be an affinity bet'veen "Muriel"
: id 'Willoughy de Eresby.
e offr One Hundred-Dollars Rew~ardl
*Ias case of eatarrh thlat canno he
ebd lails Oatarrh~ cure.
J..OH ICNEY & Co.,Toledo,O.
e, the;sndersIgned, have known F.
hne'oy fothe Igist 15 years, and~ be
r )d perfectly honorable in all bisi
Oslia~atozis and financially able to
6 ny obligations made by their
at knan & Marvin, Wholesale
ta'hCure Is ti ken internally
jrectly upon the blood and mu
tposftbe. system. Testimo.
fr~.Price 75 . pr bottle.
~~a~l rugglts. all's Family
Dry goods, Not
We ha ve just
Goods and Notions ev
wagons at car-load pri
We will save y
see me and bring you
.Te Laxative Bron
Seven Million boxes sold In past 12 m
The Grand Jury Set Right.
When the Grand Jury made their
presentment at the last term of court,
it was made after a long and thor
ough examination of the affairs of
Pickens county. They did not rush
hoedlessly into the business of trying
to satisfy the clamors that made their
places us Grand Jurors hard to fill.
They recognized that they had a
duty to perform, and as men, sworn
to discharge that duty they made an
honest endeavor to ferret out the
trouble which was causing so much
talk and giving rise to so many de
mands upon the Grand Jury for an
investigation. They made their in
vestigation without fear or favor and
presented their findings to the court
and to the people in an open staight.
forward presentment which covered
the ground of all their business, and
left no room for doubt as to what
thev intended as a recommendation:
hearing on all the officers and oflicos'
corning plainly under their authority.',
They did not intend that their ro
comm~iendation should be made a
mieans through which plain excesas
on the part of sworn officers of the
law should be hold up to thle public
as justified or that the serious, busi
ness like pdmninistration of their af
fairs, as public guardians should be
hold up to the ridicule of a critical
public simply because the oflicer dos
ignated to carry' out their request
failed to grasp their serious mean
ing of their words or puirposedly,
evaded it for the sake of saving the*
oflending officers from the merited'
results of their selfishness and disro.
gard ot the written law as to salaries
as to all legitimate expenditures of
The (rand Jury did their work
well, and called a timely halt to an
unwar-rantedl practice in the most
ilmportanut oflico in the county, from
a linancial point of viewv whlereby the
money of the peOplle wao being ap
propriated to swell the comUpenisatLion
of pubulic servants --the servants
thenwm elves pervor ting it from logitLi
mate source. The recomnmendat ion
of the~ Grand Jury was no farce,
neither was it a temporizing, dally
inig measure-it did not intend that
namen s should be taken indiscriini
nately from the books of the County
Commnissioners and duns sent to
such peoplle as had received propor
and lawful compensation for services
or su'pplies or material furniishedl to
It did not mean that negroes that
had worked ats laborers under lawful
contract with the County made
through authorized agents of the
Couuty should ho made return their
well earned pay, nor did it mean that
any such come unador the terms of
ho presentment, although one Tomn
Counner, colored, Central, S. C., did
receive such "Special Commissioner
notico" from the Solicitor.
It did mean that County officers,
holding offices at fixed salaries,
should be required to return to the
County all moneys unlawfully ap
propr-iated to themselves by thorm.
selves just because they had tho
powver to draw warranits on the-Coun
ty Treasurer and were not satisfied
with lawful pay, and that the busi
ness of twisting laws to suit the fav
or-ed office-holder should cease, it
meant that the Grand Jury intended
to see that their recommendations
J. Sam Wilson.
Confessins of a Priest.
Rev. Jno. 8. Cox, of Wake, Ark.,
writes, "Fer 12 years I suffehred from
Yellow Jaundice. I consulted a number
of phlysicians and tried all sorts of mod
jomes, b)ut got no relief. Then I began
the use of Electric Bitters and fool that
I am now cured of a disease that had moe
in its grasp for twelve years." If you
wanut a reliable medicine for Liver and
Kiudney troubi, stomach disorder or- gen
oral debility, got .I'aectric Bitters It's gu
araumtoed by the Pickens Drug Co., Only
T.1his association will moot with the
church at Oolenoy, Thursday, 12th
day of November, next. 'ihe~ follow
ing committees will ma ke repar to:
State of Religion.-- Matt hew I n
Education-Rv. A. J. Manly.
Home Missions-J. E. Singleton.
State Missions-Reov. J. E. Fost r.
Foreign Missions-Jesse J. .Lewis.
Association M~1issions-Rev. B3. E.
Aged Minist 'is-W. B. Jones.
Orphanage-'. T. Hughes.
Temnperance.--. J. L Bolt.
Obltuaries-W. .J. Gill aspio.
Sunday Schools-B. T. Lewk9.
Let the churches s'nd fill delega
?onS and good contibutio'ts, especi.
ly for minutes.
- . JE, Jiobian~oD, ( erk.
ons, Shoes, Pants, Ove
irness, Saddles, Blank
-And All Kinds Of
IWARE, STAPLE AND FANG
eceived from New York the
er brought to this place. We g
>u money on anything you want
r butter, chickens and eggs.
Yours for Business,
re a Cold in On
10 Q 1inine Tabets,
onths. This signature, .
Shylock was the man who
wanted a pound of human
flesh. There are many
Shylocks now, the convales
cent, the consumptive, the
sickly child, the pale young
woman, all want human flesh
and they can get it-take
Scott's Emulsion is flesh
and blood, bone and muscle.
IL feeds the nerves, strengthens
the digestive organs and they
feed the whole body.
For nearly thirty years
Scott's Emulsion h'as bee'n the
greait giver of human flesh.
We wvill send you a couple of
SCOTT' & BOWNE. Chemists,
40u-4-1 Poari Stre,et-, New York.
Soc. ati $*.oc ; all tiruggiste.
Long Branch Items.
The farmers of this section are
busy pulling fodder and picking cot
W. D. Lawrence is visiting his sis
ter, Mrs. Vandiver, of WValhalla.
Mirs. Bolle Davis, of Toccoa, Ga.,
is; visiting relatives in and around
Miss Georgia Vandiver, of Wal.
hallr. and Miss Margaret Norris, of
Greenwood, are visiting thecir uncle',
J. H. Lawrece, this week.
Miss Bertha Lawrence has gone to
Martin, Ga., to attend school.
Miss Corrio Lawrence left last Fri
day for the mountains where sho wilI
take charge of her school at Battle
We have on our shelves many reme
dies for const ipation and biliousness, but
the never-falling, common-senise cure is
found only in Ramion's L.iver Pills and
Tonic Pellets. This Trreatmenit cures by
relieving the cause of the trouble; the
Pink Pill arouses the liver, while the
Tonic Pellets tone up the organs and in
sre natural and healthy Conditions.
Complete TFreatmecnt-two medicines
25 dosesi-full (directions-only 25 cents.
Pickens Drug Co.
Madden's Bridge Dots.
Y. P. Madden, of Autun, visited
relatives irn this rection recently.
Mrs. Benton, of Easley, hans been
visiting her daughter, 'Mis. P. 0.
.Married, on Oct. 7, 1903, at the
home of the bride's father, Mr. Mas
singale, Mr. Tom Holcomube to Miss
Essio Massingale, Roy. W. C. Sea
Married, on Sept. 27, 1903, Mr.
R. WV. Mad ien to Miss Susie Mar
tin, R1ev. Seabrook Atkinson officiat
ting. The happy young couple have
the congratulations of many friends.
0. G. Smith and Beattie, of Ca
teechee, were the guest of N. M.
Misses Pallie and Evie Howell at
ended the old folks binging at Six
Mhilo the first Sunday, ult. They
'eportedi a fine time.
'My hair was falling out and
turing gray very fast. But your
Hair vigor stopped the falling and
restored the natural color."--Mrs.
E. Z. Benommne, Cohioes, N. Y.
It's impossible for you
not to look old, with the
color of seventy years in
your ha ir I Perhaps you
ar'e seventy, and you 1like
your gray hair! If not)
use Ayer's Hair Vigor.
In less than a month your
gray hair wvill have all the
dlark, rich color of youth.
$1.00 a boilie.. All druffists.
so I( us one dlir ann ot wiat~ prs
you a bottle. Bie sure anid gIve the name
of your anoarostexsovllls"ce.odd ress,
largest line of Dry
"et our buggies and
to buy. Call and
LIBERTY, S. C.
e .Dne r
ey In Two Days.
" an every 0
Health of this community is very
We have beon visited by a good
rain recer tly,
A. T. Winchester and wife visited
the family of W. E. Curtis last see.
ond Sunday. Mr. Curtis is improv
ing from a case of pneumonia.
A beautiful home wedding took
place at the home of Daniel Win.
chester last Sunday morning at 9:80
o'clock in the presence of a few near
relatives and friends. Mrs. A. T.
Winchester played the wedding
march on the organ. At the begin
ning of the march, Perry Durham
with Miss Mamie Parrott, Barney
Parrott with Miss Emma Parrott.,
Clifton Woodson with Miss Katie
Parrott, H. F. Wright, brother of
the bride, with Miss Cumie Cantrell,
all catue two by two and formed-a
line; the ladies on the left and the
gontlemen on the right, and at the
close of the march, Mr. John A. Wil
son, of Salemi, Oconee county, led
Miss Emma A. Wright to the altar in
the rear of the two lines formed by
the waiters, and in about thirty min
utes Rov. Daiil Littleton, of Salem,
pronounced them man and wife.
Time and space forbids telling just
how each one was dressed. Inume
diately after the ceremony the young
couple loft for their future home near
Salom. Mr. Wilson is one of Oco
nlee's beat young men and Mime
Wright is Lbe only daughter of Mos.
Daniel Winchester. May the joys of
the couple be as deep as the wvaters
of the sea and their sorrows as light
as a feather on water.
The Twelve Mile River Baptist
Association convened with Antioch
Baptist chumoh last week for the first
time in twenty-one years. There
wvas a very large attendance Saturday
and Sunday. Rev. B. F. Mfurphree
delivered a very instructive sermon
to the congregation on Sunday.
Twenty-one years ago Rev. D. C.
Freemanu delivered the message and
has gone to reap his reward, and
many othera since that time; and
what do you reckon will come to pass
mn twenty-one more yea's to come.
J W. Winchester and family, of
Walhalla, eldest son of Daniel Win
chester, visited in this section last
Prof. John L. Haynie, of Green
ville, was the guest of A. T. Winches
ter Saturday and Sunday.
U. WV. Parrott, of Lockhart, 8. 0,
ini arranging to improve his farm in
the way of building a nice dwelling
and other improvements. He ex.
pects to move on it this witer.
Mountain Spr ut.
O.A~s!IT O Zs...
Beaus the I KInd You Have Awa S 8ought
ROAD TO LET.
On the 18th day of November,
1003, at 11 o'clock a. mn., I will be at
Jesse Crenshaw's to let to the lowest
respo:isible bidder, the changing of
the road from Jesse Crenshaw's to
A. 3. WVelborn,
Oct. 21, td.
BTATE OF SOUTR CAROLINA.
County of Pickens.
W. T1. Mc1all, Plaintiff,
W. A. Hendricks, et al., Defendants.
In pursance of a decrotail order made
in the above stated case by the Honora
blo James Aldrich, presiding judge, dat
ed July 18th, 1908, and on file mn the
Clerk's ofilco, I will sell to the highest
bidder 'on Saleday in November, 1908,
:luring the legal hours for sale at Piokens
Court House, S. C., the following de
icribed tract of land, to wit:
All that p iece, parcel, or tract of land,
Ivin g and being situated in Hurricane
i'ownshiip, county and stite aforesaid,
udjoining lands of Mrs. Eady Joree, RI.
(1. (Gainos, W. N. H~eidricks and J. 0.
G]arrett, and containing sixt~v-one (61)
icos, more or less.
Trermns Cab. Purchasors to pay for
all pap~oIr an~d for recording the same.
'Iho toi ms of the above saile mnait be
oomplied with on day of sale or the pro
mises will be resold on some subseqnent'
ialeday therenftor at the risk of the for
A. J. BO0GGS,
Clerk of Court Pickens County.
STATE 01 $OUT1H OAROLINA
uomf&Ly of Plikens.
In Commclon Pleas Court.
In pursuance of Oruins of Foreolosule
made in tie following stated casoi, fand
on file in the Clerk's oilee, I will soll to
the higeest bidder on
SALESDAY IN NOVEM BElt,
1903, at Pickens Court House, S. C.
during the legal hours for saule, the fol.
lowing described Real Estat. upon the
terms hereinaftr montioned, towat:
R. F. Smith, Adu'r., et. aa,
Geo. W. cuunon, et. aki.
The following tracts of land lying and
being in' theI State and County if,.rosaid
on .J he waters of Twelve Mile Rilvvr, to
All that tract thiat Ooo. W. (mnnon
and Olinton Cannon purchased fln tleI
said Thcuinas Cannon, Jr., on whaicl heit
now lives, mad.- up of the O'hryant I
place Of eighty (80) -Ur. 3 ad tle 'Dl
ard place of eighateou (18) acres, cont
tatning niuety-eight (98) acres more or
less, and adjoining It-iais of the 03tat'
of W. V. lRobinsonj, Twelve Mile Camanp
Ground, Jesse Arter, CJharles Obildross
All of that tract of land known as Bell
ShoAls, cont:Aimtng oie hundri d and
iixty (160) acres more or lea., adjoining
nuds of It. A. Rester, T. W. Cochran,
Vardery Ferguson, James Morgan and
R. F. Smith, Adm'r., et. al.,)
Geo. W. Cannon.
Judgment of Fort closure.
All of that trace of land lying aId be.
ing in the State and County aforesatid,
adjoining 1. nds of Lenard Stephens,
Charles Childress, Ellis land, Thonias
Cannon, Jr., C. L. hlolingsworth an:
others, containing one hundred and
twenty (120) noreB, be the s .mi more orl
less, known as the John O'Bryant land.
M. A. Hollingsworth,
Amy Cannon, et. al.
Judgment of Foreclosure.
All that certain piece, parcel or tract
of laud, situate, lying andf being in Pick
ens county, in the State aforesaid, on
waters of Eighteen Mile Creek, oontain
img eighty-nine (W9) ires, more or less,
bounded by lands of A. Boggs, G.
StephenP, Dr. Miller, F.- Hewer, E.
Miartin and others.
All tilat other parcel or tract of land
situate in the said County of Pickens,
iu State aforesaid, containing eight and
one-fourth (8t) acres, more or less, ad
joining land. of E. Martin, Mary Leath
ers, L abell church lot, and others.
All that other piece, parcel or tract of
laud, situate in said State and County,
cc itaining two (2) acres, more or .loss,
adjoining land of Aaron Boggs and
other lands owned by John Cannon, do.
ceased, being same land conveyed to
John Cannon, deceased, by J. J. Lowis,
C. . P. U.
Terms of .qalet on all the abto de
scribed lands, one-half cash, bal:ance on
ai credit of twelve months from day of
saleq. The credit portions bearing in
terest at the raate of 8 per cent per an
num from the day of sale and secured
by a bond of the purchaser or purchasers
and a mortgage of the promises sold.
The terms in al1l the above sales must
be complied with an one hour or the
premises will be re-sold on the same or
seime subsequent Saloday.
Purchasers to pay for all papers and
for rcording the same.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
All persons holding claims against the
estate of 0. M. Ragadalo, deceased, are
hereby notified to p resenat their claims
to the nderaigned, properly approved,
on or by the first day of Dece~mber 1903.
J. M. STEWVART,
12th Oct. 1903. 3t.
Mauny School (Childrean are Nickly.
Mother Giraay's Sweet Powders for Children,
uased by Mothe oray, a anurse in Cilidrena's Iiome
New York, lireak uJ> Colds in 24 honarsa, cure Fe
verishness, Hleadaei 1c, Stomach trouniem, 'edh
lng Disorders, anad dcestroy '.'oram Al. all drug
gets 2. Sansld iaie N. tRE. Address, Al.
11ffThis Is the..,
LYONTH of DE<
O CTOBER i~
so much th;
and comifort to mar
outfits of many kin<
We wvillnlow sell..
No. 7 Jewell C
and 22 pieces a
No. 117 Art I
Stove and 26 j
No. 1 8o Black
and 26 piecesi<
. Our stock of c<
stoves is complete.
ledge our prices to
ket, after you see ti
not see them unless
W. H. PICK
North Main St.
and see us before buying Dry 4
just opened up new goods and
space to quote prices but como
right. Bargains in our Dry O<
our notions are new and a vari
on the bottom.
Wo have ii nice line of Comf<
soll you cheaper than you have
I--ather pillars, only $1.50 per i
Our groceries are always froal
umned of any come and give us
boaughit and sold.
Let us have your laundry. (
Cheaper~thanl any one olso. Ga
Ta. Mlttivern too Towls.
OhIldron whio are alolioate, (overish un0 dross
Will get tra nedlate lellet trom Mother Oray's
$weOt Powders for (hilldren. Tlhey cleause 1 he
slosauch, act oi the liver. making a sick ly ohild
stronq ati hoalthy. A certatin euro for Wormst.
old L flli sglte .. 25oo Samplo 'free. Ad
ditrsat Alelln S 01 niste. I~Lcov N. Y
Bicycle Material of all kils,
Fine Cigars & Tobaccos,
Ca n Goods. Sugar, Coffee,
andl manty.othor thinigs too
tediols to menltion .
Bicyce Repairing Carefully Done.
All at the to-wst, Un4h Prico.
C. C. FR CKS & 00.
wet~ EniIt. (r-:NwnIAL, N. cI.
Easley's '. Jeweler
A I ia.u G laid tip See Yoi.
UDave .a completo lii of Jew
a. Ii at very clos1e prices.......
i vnai luht of Rogers /
si: ve!ar KNAiv, s -i Forks. . .
lip airing of Wruihes. Clocks
1i anythin in the Jewelry
ill o t:nptly dnIe anid guar
- il 'n aane aut Canltlabamt
C: 11:se . . xt door01 to
I Have Had a
I gladly wonder up1) and down,
And smile at toil and pain,
I do not sell on credit or time,
But sell for profit and gam,
Don't think by that I mean to
All off of one thing,
But sell 'em fast so at last,
I have some money in change,
Last Button Shoes, 75C and $1.
Mens Brogans, $1 to $1,lo.
See then boloro you buy,
Chaw my backer before you cry.
J. D. MOORE.
ISTATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Pickona.
In Common Pleas Court.
J. D). Kelley, Plaintiff,
Fannie Ellenburg, et al., Defendants.
By virtue of an order for foreclosouro
made in the above slnted case by thbe
Honorable James Aid rich, presiding
jndge, on tihe 20th day of July, 1903, I
will sell to the highest bidder in front of
tihe court house door, on Faleday in No
vember, 1908, during the legal hours for
such sale, the following described real
estate, to wit:
All that certain p~icco, parcel, or tract
of land, situate, being and lyinig in the
county and state aforesaid. and bounded
b~y lands of Whit A. Hamilton, James
Johnson, Henry White, and others, cont.
taining one hundred and fifteen (115)
acres, more or less.
Terms Gnsh. Purchvenor to pay for all
papers and for recoardinug the samel.
If the puirchnsar does not comply with
thea terms thereof on tile (day of satle, it
wvill be resold on some subsequenlt satlo
day aot lhe risk of the' former purchaser,
and so on1 from timob to time until a re~s.
pontsiblo bidder be founzid.
J. H1. (4. Mc DANGL~t,
Sheilf Pickens County.
pre-emninently the a
it gives satisfaction
and woman New
Is are to be selected
LR TO CALL.
ook Stove P7.50.
>f Ware a
ics. ware at'1
Oak Stove .50.
>f ware atP j
oking and heating
You will acknow
be under any mar
Ce goods. You can
you call on ::
EASLEY, S. C.
loods anid Groceries. We have
lots of 'em. We havn't thea
and see us. Our -prices aro
>ods that wvill surprise you and
sty of themi. Pricos arc dowvn
>rts antd Blankets that we can
over known boforo, 3 pound
i and prices right. ('When in
a look. Country produce
lollars 1c eacli and shirts ete,
>od work guaranteeCd.
AXSLEY, S. C.
are easy to find-to wear-to
pay for. We have your size.
The label on the coat
Snall thing to look for.-big
thing to find--means thot
and if you don't find them so,
your money back.
Lar e shipment of New Fal
.~ ~~ ~4 --Vtyecmi hiy
THE MEN'S .XV) KS0 J D R
IM p~ r UEmMSa TA
Of course, we had much rather have you call at our store,
but, if you can't-a mail order is the next best thing. We
handle many things, that can be bought really easier than if
you were here in person.
Take Wools For Instaice....
Fairy Zephyr. 190 tho hat' k--3 for 50c.
Shot land WooL, .123c tho hank, or $1 . 75 a pound of 1,6 hanks.
Saxony Wool, 10c siraight. Germantown 15c straight.
CI!utobia Zephyi--2 or -1 fold 50C i e oz.
Crochet Cot on-the kitid that looks like silk, but woars bolt r
5e tlhm bali m G f(or 25(.
u'lrkey led Cown-t he sort. that, enn't fade, 2 balls for Ac.
Old tine Tuikey '%(d %oC0tton, boiled in oil, big hanks 20c.
One oun li fI Black ll Cotton for 10c.
Some Silk Spcal..
Black Taf tt'a Silk, same wahh i as tho yard wido .Son Island,
m5e, 850- and $1.00.
P.lack Penni do Soi Silk, hul i yard wid--worth *1 .50 at $1.33.
Antheren, Silk, 10 i nchea wide, all colors, every thread silk
bo0th ways at 58e the vard.
Black Austrian Silk, one and a quarter yards wide, 75c.
W.- uish we had( space io toll you about our Black Dross
G(o0l& Stock. Tfhis onl' 3 m will givo you an lidlen of how
the picnes run:
BLACK IIENRI.E'TTA--88 inches wide, all puro wool,
hoth1 warp and u~ .of, 50 cents the yard.
It mahy niot bei of interest to know that for every yard of this
number, we pay 417 cents M dighty little profit, but then noth -
is too good for po:ple w .uy black goods over our couinters.
A plostal car d requilest. wl get ab samplo,
We Invoy about Thirty uad yards of the host drill inado
-~at"r ". i d inI lie l'acolet flood-its (ho 8c quality.
Water staiinedl Canton Flannels--two, threo and four cents
off the prico per yar1.
100 pairs of Sample Blankets-Tley are worth from 75c the
pair to 7. 00 the pair-. Wo have tonaked thoem from 50 cents
to 4.50 the paur. A big saving to folks wvho buy them.
BAR R'S GOODSTORE.
1 14-1 16 Main St. GREENVILLE, S. C.
Stradiley & Barr's old stand.
BUY YOUR H1OME~ and(
4 1(ots 100 X 200 for i $75.0) .'ach.
71 acre farm 15 m~tiles from Pzckens. One-half in cultivation for $854.00.
133 6-10 acres within on., muile of Norris 0.>tton Mill. 45i acres~ in ct itj,
balanco in original forest., Nearly wood eniou:.lh on th.U place0 to pay for it. Gatoo
water. 'Two framo d wellings and out houses. Going at $12 per acre.
130 acre farm near Six Mile chureb, 2-story dwelling, 60 acres good
heart timber; (30 acre s in cultivation; plentyv of running streams $1325
13N., acres one moile of Easley, plenty of w'ater. An idecal stock farm, $2,000
150 acres on Crow Orcek. C0 acres in cultivation, tlI'' *r 3
Good 4 room hiouse and out houses. $950.00. - ', -
R~o:dl estate is going in a rush now. Como soon and * -K 9 ch .
For fuither in formation call on
1. D. HOLDER4& Co.
RICAL ESTIATEIW DlLERS.
' Oflfico at 10p)0. Plokonri, S. G'.
Seven h~undre:1 (700) aoron in Etatatoo LlO'OUirCA LIA
Powniship, well timbere01d and wvell wvat- oitofPcn.
ered1. (Go0od Titles. I 15C~iTO~ IOIT(
TVwo hundred and f wenity-fouir (22-1) ..1.NwoyEsirPobt
norosC~ inl Contrial Tmynishiip, wellI timber-Jue
(0l.11nd Well watered. (Good TitoS.
11(th those tr-ats of land arc olfored liia,.JneMnlladsito
at ri asoniable pices, either- all cali or inothEsaeidftetof.'.
po'-h~alf cash, balatnce in one year- with -i~l,(tCaRd
iunor :st at 8 por5 cont, securiedi by -mort--~ ~ (o-t~~toot n doi
goe of the~ lantd. Atn inispectLin of this ,halaQ iglrtoJi~i~ n
property is inivited. if not sold by 1)o
nonlar 1st, will be taken off the market. .li fti cdS .Mnol
Call on or- writo ieloi htte a~~ibfr ii
MAULDFN & MATULIN, teCuto bt, oh eda ik
l1w.'ickents, S. C. isC utIfuo L0 *o .34S i(iy .~
Makerof Novs,03 Cternuliinnnatio,
Ask at.11eo'cockein elieWf renoof, to Bhok-**t,
A uiT i'to sOT Id io l'OLIA grned?
CIoNund y hPiknds. elti
lOh y of c. 1wb0r, ir.,2 yPrbatf
Ma~er, Mansolti., deoned
ThoIlcare threor toai. cio 8 n dmon
Asky~tD..~v'rrlt~tD~kah iall, and younglrth kvird and
thurt oof Poao ohl at ro iboPick
ensCo rtIfoss, i. .,onf~b 5h a .