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AA good knife Jio 1o alt who pity
--Sed O.ds fol sal. it 11. C. Car
- Mrs J. H O. cDaniel contin
> improvo Flowly.
atikO advantage of one: knife of.
It is a .ood proposition for you.
lorn unto Mr. and Mrs. C. L.
- on, on the 20th inst., a fine girl.
Vin you walit a Wagon or
sco the lloath-Bruco-Morrow
It n ill pay you to rHR. C.
er's noew ad6vortiseient and get
-d oil prices.
-Mr ad Ms.J. Ross Honder
of Easley, visited tho family of
L R ichoy Su1)day.
-Mrs. L. Ross Eaton, of Central,
I a visit to her daughter, Mrs. I.
auldin, in Pickens.
J. E. ParsTeIs, ho ha13 been ill
411I I t
notico. A. MI.Mri.
11)(, Hickory anld Holly Logs.
Yight paid onl car loads. Jarnos1,0
-kisbott, Charleston, S. C. o2I4
-Mrs. Kittio Ashmor and Mlisse
ly and Florence Hugier and
d HAinton, of Gr301nnilno, viitod
fatitily uf A ij. J. 111. Stowart last
-Miss Inez acClan n, daugh
of Rev. F. R. McClanahan, is
ething of a cotton picker, having
ed one day last. week, 400 pounds
.he fleucy staple.
-Dr. WV. Al. Ponder and brothers
raisilg stck o; Salada rivor.
y have a isplendid farm for tho
.ine0Ss 1111! the Irospect is for a
y profitable business.
-Samioii 1Hughc.,bof near LibeCr
killed a rattlesnake it. the Lav
.lge oni Twb-o ~Mile river that
tonrd 5 11 et and 4 inches and
I 12 rattlks and a button.
--Sevnld re p(r'ent1ativO people
SF-ielns county went to rien
on) ai traidinig expeditioni Tues
.Some from near. Pickens was
.rc taking advantage of the great
rgains the Big Bee IHive is offer
-Oeo. WV. Cox, of Dacusvillo sec
in, has sold this year 500 bushels
*corn and fodder amrounting to $150.
.9 maelino ii corn on upland, fer
iza.es with guano and acid equally
nixed. His bot tomn lands havn a
ood crop of corn oni them this year.
-Oscar Chastain, son of Abner
'hlastain, of East Fork, N. C., was
'cidentally canght betwoeon twvo logs
:d maclhed to death at a saw mill
ear his home last Friday. He died
a six h~ou r. Further particulars
were not obtainable at this~ writing.
-Thme Pickons Railroad will opor
2to a train next week for the benefit
>f all who wish to attend court, on the
ollowin g schtedutle: Leave Pickens
7:30 a. mn., leave Etaley at 8:00 a. mn.,
a ~rrive in Piecns at 8-30. Tfhe after.
noon schedumlo is: Leave Pickens at
-Oa Sunday umorning, Oct. 11,
1903, at the Melthodist parsonage in
Pickena, Mr. Jiohn Noble, of Easley,
and Mi~ss Hattie Miuldiat, dlaughter
of .Pierce Mauldin, of Pickons, wereo
hap~pily married in the presence of a
large nunmber of friends. May hal)
pinless attencd this union.
-Walter (I. Fowvler, wvho lives near
R2. B3. Byars, tried himself last Satur
day the 10th, to nee how much cot
ton' he could pick that dlay. W hen
ho quit picking, Mr. Byars weighed
up his day's work and he had pulled
out 512 pounds of the fleecy staple.
Ho is a picker from away back. Who
aan,~j heat it.
-Rt. (G. Gaines & Gassaway Bros.,
Central, S. C., have just received Car.
load of tine horses. Well broke to
wagon and buggy and fine saddlers.
Also mulhes; all to go at reasonable
prices--cash or good1 papIers. Also
u . ' . I c . for
ist, hast joinedt forces with the Rlobin
son Bros., Bleaching Co , buying a
fourth interest in the United States
on Safe Washing Fluid. He is a
hustler and1 this company is nowi~ a
"'goer." Get in on the ground~ Llo or
with these genitletien and make y on
a pile of mney this winter, handling
this excellenit prepartioni.
.-Or corresp21ondIents are uirged
to ge't their lettere to us as soon~ as
they can-bhy Hat urday, if they pasi
bly eng othecrwise it may be crowded
ont eimT the nejws beconmes stale be
fore the next isauo. Be~ar this in
mind, pilenee, and govern yoursolf
accordingly. We thank all of our
corrisp5onidenitr for their, initerest and1(
for their promptness and regulat ity'
in sending us tho news.
--Rev. J1. T.1. Wade, pastor of the
Presb~yterian oh uroh at Eashey and
suply of the church ait, Pickenis, last
Sunday resegn d his chiarge to aoe
ceta broaider fhid oif 11usiess in
Georgia. Mr. W\ad., has acceptedl
the pre.sidenicy of an educatinual in
ftttion rieintly orgaied at N .
of that stato. Hel has also accepted
the cill to thme P'resbyterian chm ci
at Norgooche. MIr. WXade has groeat
ly endeni ed hiimseIf to Ill fl.,ck here,
,whoe sincerely regret his departamo
l'rieco~( in edcat1Itionafl affairts and
will nto dloubt ruaike a success of th
-oonier and go, one of our free
-R. O Carter, Liberty, gives blue
trading.stamps, ask for them.
. -Tho:Big Store Is offering bar
vains. Read their advertisement in
-Joeph L. Looper, of tho Loop..
cr's Gin section, has built a neat two
-Coo' in and pay up your eub"
scription to this paper and get a
good knife free of charge.
-Stoves, ranges and heaters at
the Big Store. Rcmember the cold
weather is coming and prepare for it..
--B. F. Farmer, on Wolf Creek,
has raised this year, an excellent
crop of corn and has built one of the
best rat proof cribs in the county to
houso his coru.
--Jam e.sj K. Lathem, of the Mt.
Carmel section, has a pretty country
dwelling. The situation is charm
ing and he has his farm improved
up-to-date by using the best agricul.
--Dr. Robert Kirksey and Miss
Elizabeth Breese, of Brevard, N. C,
were united in holy matrimony at
10:30 o'clock Oct. 7th, at Sunny
1:dl, /Price's stoie,) Rev. 0. M.
noy officiating. Mrs. Kirksey is
)mpli9h, d daughter of W. E.
of North Carolina,- and Dr.
e has the best wishes of his
N-)w is the time to buy a good
'i.l-hand sowing machine cheap.
0 'im, the first three days of court
Monday, Tuesday and Wed.
hn, I will sell at 'public auction,
i i)nt of the court house, my entire
st'k of second-hand sewing ma
ina. about 25 in number. You
ii not get another chance like this
W. 11. Johns8on.
--Rev. Thomiis Looper, of the
Cross Roads section, married a cou
plo last Sunday at his home which
makes 537 marriage ceremonies for
him. Ito is now 86 years of age,
but hearty, cheerful and sprightly.
He was able to preach at Peter's
Creek church a fe~v Sundays past.
Ie says that from the ungodly walk
of the church muetibers of those
tinmes that iany of then are on the
church instead of being in the church.
-The pupils in the anventh, eighth
and ninth grades in the Graded
school organized themselves into a
iterary society for self-improvement
thle 90h inst. Thle following officers
were electeth Miss Veta Ashmore,
presidoit; Johla Griffin, vice-presi
rdent; Miss Bertha Bridges, secretary.
Some good work will io doubt be ac
com plished du ring the session. Met
ings will bo held at the end of each
-When you come to town court
week don't fail to visit W. H1. John
son'H 5 and 10 cent department store.
Ho is piling tho counters up with
L-.ri-ains on top of bargains. You
will be sutrprised when you see the
good1s. It won't cost anything t~o go
and see anid he con vincedl. For each
$1.00 worth you buy, you will get a
coupon with a number on it, which
gives you a chance at a nice, drop.
head sewing machine, to be given
to the person holding the lucky nuam
ber on December 24thb 1903.
--Several of our good old staunch
friends and subscribers have come in
r ecently and gotten square on the
books. Among them are W. N.
Boling, Isaac Hallum, T. 0. All
good, Horace Bowen, Sami Robinson,
J. H Gossett, J. M. Welborn, Thos.
Griffin, John Watson, A. J. Grave
ley, C. L. Willimon, Willis Glenn,
sr., B. A. Castlhe, L. L. Kay, Sanford
Cuanon, G. T1. Freeman, J. B Stew
art, W. M. Jones, jr., W. J. Kelley,
C. A. Kay, Julia Wilson, B. 0. Am
bloer, .J. ,J. Burgess, H. E. F. Roper,
R,. F. Burns, J. W. Turner, A. R.
Stewart, J. A. MlcCombs.
--It is enough said about the kind
of an entertainment it was to say
that it was gotten up by the Daugh
ters of the Confederacy. No one
wvho wvas at the social gathering at
Mr. H. A. Rtichey's lost Friday oven.
ing" will ever crowd more innoctent
amuusemer,t in as few lhonurs. But it
wvas not all for amusement. Much
interest wvas takeon in the paper pre
pared by Mrs. C. Ea. Robinson and
read by Mr. Julius E. Boggs. It
wvas an ep~itomie of the Daughters of
the Coinfederacy as an organization,
and was most charmingly written
and well readl. For dowiright fun,
the drawing contest took the cake.
Tlhe p~rizo was awarded to Miss Easie
Earle. Of conurse reofrush ments were
included in the programme and
these wore very much enjoyed.
-All persons who have been, or
are now subscribers to either The
Sentinel or The Journal, and owe
anything on same, who come in and
pay up will be given free, a good
knife. All preaent subscribers who
pay up to the 1st of Jan. 1904, will
be given, free, a good pocket knife,
and1 all now subscribers who pay up
0one year in advance, will be given a
good knife, and all present subscri
ber-s wvho pay ini advance for one
year from 1st of .Jan. 1904, will be
given a good knife, free. T1his oftar
expires 31st of December, 1903. This
offer docs ntot, by any means, apply
to three and six months subscribrsm.
You must either owe an old account
and be a discontinued subscriber and
pay up this account in order to got a
knife, or you must be a now subscri.
hotr and pay a year in advanco.
-It is always a pleasure to talk to
and write about nice prople, heuncei
we are glad to say a few nice thinigs
ab~out Metts & James, one of the
leadmng furniture stores in Green-.
ville. This firm standls for honest
dealing andt upright bunsiness
mrethods. No Odap trap here. The
people of this country are tired of
I Iis nliudy style so inumny ruoronan ts
'ire giving them. It is just as easy
to buy good~ fur-nituto as bad; it tak-a
yOu no0 longer anid costs no0 moi~re, if
youii go to the right, place. While in
Gre-envillo macveral datys ago the
writer visited the MeIctts & James
.slpro. Their line of rugs, -mattinigs
and for,,iture of all kinds are the
very best lbut their prices are much
low& r than can be found at other
places. They handle 'the famous
"Ecom.mist" stove, one of the best
on the miarket. Pickens people will
doi weil to call on Metts & James if
they need at thing in the furniture
amuel . aSeell, of the -D4
1s0ille Section, d4d on the 10th in.
stant, at lis home, of dropsy. He
was in his 78d vdar and was buried
the day followitg at the Lewis Hill
grave yard. Mr. Mansell Went
through the late civil war anld was
wounded .three times in battles. In
his dealings was strictly honest. A
few days pridr to his death he made
the statement that he was ready to
go. He left surviving him a widow
and two sistpro, Mrs. leo. W. Cox
and Mrs. Harvey Hunt.
Six Mile Items.
Our section was visited with a good
rain last week, which did the turnip
patches much good. I sure do like
turnips and salad, don't you?
. WY. B. Norris made a brief vieit to
Pickens last week.
Walter Willimon visited friends in
the Stewart section last Saturday.
Misses Sunie and Alma Mauldin,
of the Stewart section, wore the guest
of their sister, Mrs. R H. Holcombe
Miss Rutha Willimon, a popular
young lady visited her sister, Mrs.
M. C. Fendley, of Stewart, recently.
C. W. Garrett and friend, L. L.
Willimon, made a brief visit to Green
ville last Saturday.
Hello, Mountain View, you was
asking what had become of Mountain
Boy. I thought perhaps he might
be gone off, but I see he. has made
his appearace in the last week's pa
per. You was speaking about if I
had passed the compliment on the
Mountain Boy's sister, you would
have sanctioied it. I did not have
the pleasure of meeting her, although
I would have liked to. I thank the
Mountain Boy very much for the
compliment he passed on me.
Mrs. James Durham visited tier
daughter, Mrs. Eupha Cochran, of
Prater, last Sunday.
We sure have had beautiful weath
er for picking cotton. We poor lit.
tle children are glad of it, for our
uncle has proiised us a "bate" of
candy Xmas if we would be very,
very smart, though we will not tell
you how much it takes for a "bate."
Ed. Bowen, of Norris, passes
through our section often to the Dal
ton section, where he is engaged in
business with his brother, H. B.
Frank Stephens' little child is ill
with typhoid fever.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Norris, were
Lhe guests of the latter's sister, Mra.
Dock Garrett, recently.
S. L. Richardson, of Oconee,
made a brief visit to our section last
B. Mauldin nide a brief visit to
Pickens Saturday on business.
Bud Rice's little son is very low
with typhoid fever.
Mr. and Mrs. Chris. Abercrombio,
of Stewart, visited relatives in our
Robt. Mauldin visited Central
Mrs. Rjbt. Mauldin, who has been
on the sick list, we are glad to say, is
II. HI. Holcombe has bought a new
saw mill and will soon be ready to
cut first class lumber.
Fletcher Evana, who has been vis
iting- quite awhile in Anderson, has
returned to his home. Guess Miss
Mwas glad of his return.
Taylor Stewart made a flying visit
to Seneca Sat'rday on business,
Born unto Mr. and Mrs. Marion
Evans on the 4th inst., a fine girl.
Miss Essie Alexander, of the Stew
art section, visi ted heri sister, M rs. C.
L. Willimon, recently.
I think the wedding hells will ring
soon. Hope they will ring near
enough so that I will get an invita
tion, for I sure am fond of cake.
The old lady said she wvouldn't feed
me on cake f r all I am wvorth.
Mr. and Mrs. WV. P. Dickson were
the guests of the family of WV. A.
Rev. M. P. Matheney, of Green.
ville, preached an excellent sermon at
Six Mile last Sunday to a large con
Mr. and Mrs, RobL. Mauldin vis
ited Mr. and Mrs. Mack Farmer, of
Cedar Rock, last Saturday and re
ported an enjoyable time.
J. C. Garrett is kept histling day
and aight ginning cotton for the citi
zens of our community.
L. L. Willimnon is the champion
cction picker of our COtm)munity. He
picked eight bo'ira and picked 275
Mrs. Gus Bryant is not improving
very much at this wvriting.
R W. Willimon has treated him
self to a flue horse.
Barney Parrott visited in the Stew.
art section last Sunday. Wonder
why B3a.rney calls so often?
Nine cents cott on is making 'nor
chants hustle around in our section.
Much success to Sentinel-Journal.
Oct. 17, 1903.
Sav-es Two Fronm Dblathi..
"Our little daughter had an almost fa
tal attack of whoopin'g cough and bron
chitis," writes Mrs. WV. K. Hlaviland of
Armonk. N. Y., "but, when all other
remedies failed, we saved her life with
Dr. King's New biscovery. Our niece
wvho h'd Consumption in an advanced
stnge, also used this wvonderful medicine
and( to-day she is perfectly well." D~es
perate throat and lung diseases yield ti:
D)r. King's New Discovery as to no other
medicine on eaurthi. Infallible for C2oughF
andl Colds. 50o and $1.00 bottles g'ar
anteed by Pickens Drug Co. Trial bot
Dinner to Be Served.
The ladies of the L'mdies' Aid So.
ciety will servo dIinmner at the An.
thony buildmng (ground floor,) undet
lie oflees occupied by The Sent iniel
Journal oni Monday and Tnesday 01
courtt week at 25 cents, and a cordia
invitation is extended to all, w'itl:
proii)ses of a good dinner mand atten
tive sf1rvice so that till will feel al
home. Comec and bring your friends
Remnembler the place -roar of Me
Fall'B utdore and in the ground flooi
of the Anthonay brick building.
If troubled with a weak digestIon tra
Chuamberla'n's 8tquiach end Liver T,.lj
lefs They willl do .)on gol. For sade br
Piukens Drng O.; Earle's Drngtore
T, NtMntr Lbertj. . .
Card of Thanks.
IP(ase allow mto spaco in your vail.
uable paper to thank the good pod
ple for their kindness durilg tA
sioknesa of my little boy. -asiso
.'ish to thanak the attending physi.
clan, Dr..Long. I.D. Rico.
The Piokens County Teachers' As
sociation will moot in the Court
-lIouso, Oct. 24, at 10:80 a. nr. All
toachers are requested tW bring their
Elementary and Practical arithmetics.
By order of Executive Committee.
R. T. lialluin, Chbairman.
A Love Letter
Would not interest you if you're look.
ing for a guaranteed Salvo for Sores,
Burns or piles. Otto Dodd, of Ponder,
Mo, writes: "I arfrered with an ugly
sore for a year, but a box of Bucklon's
Arnioa Salve ourcd me. It's the bt t
Salve on earth. 25a at Piokeus Drug Co.
Pink Tea at Liberty.
On Friday ovening it 7:30 o'clock,
October the 23d, the L ulies' Ai 1 8 .
ciety, of Liberty Preabyterian church,
will entertain the public by giving a
Pink Tea and Dime Reading at th.
residence of Mrs. J. P. Smith. A
full public attendance %ill be appre
Probably the Last of the Season.
The Brushy Creek Township sing
ing Convention will meet with Cor
inth No 1, on next Sunday the 25th.
This may be the last of the season.
Many of the best leaders of music in
the country will be there. Prof.
Taylor with his cornet will be thero
also. Come everybody for this is to
be the largest and best convention of
the sason. - Joe. F. Lesley.
Broke Into His House.
S. Le Quinn os Cavendiob, Vt., was
robbed of his customary health by in
vasion of Chronic Coustipation. Who a
Dr. King's New Life Pills broke into
his house, his trouble was arrested and
now hda entirely cured. They're guaran
ted to care, 250 at Piokens Drug Co.
All persons are hereby forbidden
to hunt in day or night, or in any
way trespass on my place on Crow
Creek. A violation of this notice
will result in prosecution.
J. H. Newton.
Oct. 21, 1903. w4.
All persons are hereby forbidden
to enter, hunt or otherwise trespass
on Reest's Mountain or any of my
lands. All persons disregarding this
notice will Le prosecuted to the full.
est extent of the law.
M. J. Welborn.
Oct. 21, 1903. w4.
TRESPASS NoT[t-E. .
All persons are hernby warned not
to hunt, cut timber, or in any way
trespass on any of our lands. Per
sons violating this noticO will be )1os
ocuted to the 1nll extent of the law.
J. I. Murphrce,
J. A. Parsons,
J. E Nix.
Oct. 21, 1903 wO.
To Curme a Cold ini One Day
Take Laxative B3romo Quinine Tlabhlets.
All druggists refund the money if it fails
to cure. E. W. Grove's signature is on
each box. 25.'.
The chairman or one of the trus
tees will please call at the A uditor's
office during cour't week and1 help roe.
vise the po0l1 list by the folloiwing dis
tr'ict numbhers: 8, 16, 53, 4, 24, 22,
30, 15, 42, 49, 23, 46, 9, 6, 45, 32, 18,
11, 1, 31. Also the t rustf-es of d is
tricts belowv named will ple'aso brinag
their' poll lists and help revise them.
Number 1, 25, 33, 38, 17, 13, 10.
Please look after this, gentlemen, as
this will provent double entries on
E. F. Keith,
^"3OATJi A A
P. F. COX,
GREENVILLE, S. C.
.EXECUTOR'S SA E.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Andersen.
P'ursunt to pJowerS in uis ve:41od by r
died of trust by Wi. W. Knight. to tha
u~nderIsignled and by the haist WVill nand
Tcaotiamont of said1 W.. WV. lnight, de
ceased, we will sell to thac highes't bid
der, before thae c:urt hosuso dloor al .\a
lh-rsan, Si. C., on sad' day ina Novembeaar
1903, the following desc'ribdl real ex' atom
"'All that I racot of land in Pickens~ couni
ty, Stain aforanaid, known as tlaihaom
stenad of W. W,. Kaaighat, d'cased, cona
taining one haundred and thairty-five. (135Ir
aes~, miore or lose, ndj.,ining h,na a
W. V. Clayton, WVilli .m Si-h, Ed waart
Thins lantd i. thre mcail a from (Cenatr'al
andi four mlils froum PAndlatona, on ta
Groenvilk- road, wvat. rs of I ghteen al ila
Toims o sb. Pnroljaeor to pa1y f rV al
1t~ep~s.L, W. ONTRY,
ifew Store j
E have moved from our old store to our new one
rying in our old store, Buggies, Wagons, Stoves
devoted almost exclusively to Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Not
one of the largest, most complete and best selected stock
DRESS GOODS. CLOTHI
'l'his sesoi, we have spoared reither timo nor This is our ninin line
f' n e in ph1.ciiIg beforo the ICople the 111 St, F0- 111 we d(fy comp!tio
lect stoclk of D1ESS GOODS we have over shown. from SiX Of the Jargest (
Wo have everything in the Dry Goods line. Wo country, we are in a pof
bnight before pricos advanced and we are in a Fit, Quality and a LA1
position to make sonic astonishing prices u.iurpnssed. Mous Sr
Jonun, Outings, Flannels, Koreys, Cassimores, Extra Pants fron 50o to
Wyorsti'rs, Broadoloths and Silk Goods. Seo our both wt ad slims.
line of French Flanuels and Merceriznd goods for to $8.00. Extra pants f
watints. Blankets, Comiforts, Capes. Jackets and R solo "gends for the
Skirts. Don't. fail to Fee our1 line of S1.irt Waists, for boys, with double
Skirts and Jnokets. Wo havo sonie "l ook out J11 o oyuOvR
prices" along this line. Also a completo lino of Mon's Overcoats, all ity
Cloaks for chiih~rci, - to $l1.O.0
B U G G I ES Sand W AGO0 N S.
Big lot of Buggies and Wagons. just received a car
load of Mitchel Wagons. This is without. a doubt the
best wvagon made. They cost miore than any other but in
the long run they arff the cheapest.
When in Pickens mi-ake our stores your headlquarters
show you if you don't buy a dollars worth, we appreciate ye,
the Past. Our miotto is, and will be in the future as it has I.,
CLOTHING, SHOES, HQAT AND da eNc
WV. T. MuFALTu, J. nAsed. MRUCIs,
Extra Pants from 50ct
OF PICKENS, S. C.
CAPITAL$ $ 20,500.00.
PROFITS, - - $ 10,3 12.09.
terest p~aid oi time Deposits. Careful Managnement.
SiberaI TretmMenn O tocal it'lutoe
Cks frE Ahlrn -PCAT OFtA21LASo FA15.00. S
Big loa fBgreen aon.Js ecie a
th mong rno they roes cheapest.e o iv
much \nden ino goodes forakie oestors o heaquates
th psll rmtt s n wl ei the besturelicoet has51:
\VoolDres Goos, coors ndYbacks pli rul fy,
W.TuAllwo re lnes l colrs M5c.UlUE
Anying oFati PCottN Goo. atOD.RCS
A P T A Coto Flnnl wot $o. but,500.00. lin
Inerest haeaid one atpoits., Caou angement
yarberai Treatmelndt to. per yard.somrs
WElMAKs An PCCIApe. 1hebfYs sFockAILhaveNevTO haRER.
\\.My same01' olW.lp T.LigonA, T.ine an Joh'n Prk,
wi A Rll a ioseey. Call on sW.\T...Ae.l'.
can be soldp for.l oprw
\V~ ool DressM Go~od, coor and blacks,3 pI~laOnUfny
itfo 8c.Wehve the1 chaper and bettte oq ne s.u
Red ;l F~annels~ UA are a.1 littl her thiseason
No~i mechn 0will ~1 slu theamA j goodstis seso atlat ea'
prics. hae 1agoo Hn a 16c., 20c.,a 25c
Jeans-th oldV sadb --th bete:rsl fo 5.
(C- dwd SaIln,5c e ad
ClasadCpe.Tebges1tc av vrhd
I am gong to ell thm at th lowes priceI e sl te-fr
She.Yuko myrptto o he.Ia
prou of ithe utb htIrcmedte obo
P R U C E S | -
erything THE BEST.
which is 40 feet wide and 10 feet long. We are car
mid Heavy Hlardware. The first floor of our new store is
ions and Dress Goods. On the second floor you will find
of Furniture ever brought to this part of the country.
nnd our prido. The line Our stock of
i on. Buying as wo do
3lothing concerns i thee ll
it ion to givo you Style, handle tie old
action of patterns tHit is "lattlo
its from $2.50 to .50. Axe." vory
$6.00. Con fit all sizes, tre a a
1in Children and Youth's tried a wharteyar
ranging in price from 753 0 < thee ar1-0
rom 25o to $2.50. Wo
elebrctcd line of clothing on earth for the
sQt .11d kuc s, made by c.in o lots
)vercats for overybody. coin N l
oats from $3.00 to $6.00. most every (ay to supy the ever ineasing do
Joe And colors, from 08.00 mnaut. We are also agent.s for tihe Selz 'Royal
Blue Shoo for nmen O $t.o0.
We have everything in the way of Fvurniture, Bed room
Sulits, from $15.00 to $75.00. Chairs and tables of every
dlescri ption. Safes, 13Ureaus, Washistands, Sideboards,
Springs, Mattresses, Trunks, Carpets, Rugs, anything cv
erythin g in thel-louse Furnishing line.
XVc have roomi for you all and wr are always pleased to
urw business, we appreciate the trade you have given us In
cenl in the past, ,HONEST GOODS at -ONEST PRICES"
Tpr0 N LE lEYs
FIJ1NISII1ING' (G001) A SPECIALTY,
Toogi Small. n
OR the last two myonthls we have
L~-~ fha rdly had timie to get a long breath
yi5ing to hl nle so maniy chickens
o a and w wish to say to the poultry raisers
fsi their good and ours to st al selling
~41your chickens so smlall as they arc not wvanl
tod anywhere at any price. Lar chickens
e vill bring a much better price and are al
ur btsi e wa allrcite tetrae can 0htan ve ieuI i
eenmgthe ath "HONhEST GOODSet HONESTo them.S
at the lst cash monrice.av
harlyhadOiePriet as Sreat
tryikng to hadug somn chicknys
and of oitosa to Gthnve putis Falsersu
yorchcyour mlla te CIIT a re GODS wan
bedarnynhernatha pre Lare goicngsohv
wil bring an comlete prine righ ere ai
ways wn. Hes arein beo niemand.e
e wa Youl knowgg we alwaystea wil u
giv teright mre rc o hm
ofoh f excllntgl to rve this weal obu
a bo fweat in ind hrtsear gooing orv
an akn ofultock. comeele Apple heregin
N Youts kows Nealay tratso
of Futat, Sovellen Flounks Irr thisek aso
aotofwea Aran Fixd hor Yoodfed. o
oeand ces us.pclig
N wit b Dre ss Goods Newoi a H )adts,
Furattnli ie Stovs yornks, Ironil Bed worhnd
time t SprIings, ~O110wie C is'nd to tress
My im Wet PlAreFixe Frou
Com lan seeus.mr idfatnyieyorpr
. T. MROAL.
F ,SH.an .. ELIA BLE ~r k~V'