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ilappenlins of a Local and Personal Nature.
-Como and got one of our free
-Pickoi county furnished i diig
conitilnt ut. '. the show.
---Go to 11. A. Richoy ifr your oulr.
A car of good just received.
- It. C. Carter, Liberty, givcs bMLie
tradi)g stanips, tsk for them.
-The Pickens Rtailroad hauiled
1164 peoplO to Easjy Mobday to go
to lie show.
-H. A. Richey has received an
other ear of that good flour you havo
booni wanting So long.
-N provoment could be mado
onl fihe beautiful autuin weathlr wo
have beeni having.
--Comie inl and lpay upl your sub1.
spription to this papelr and g(t it a
good lunife free of charge.
-A new organ has been ordered
for Tabor chua ch and is ()xp, cted to
arrive by next preaclhing day.
-If you will provido ia good waI mn
stable for your cow, she will give a
fourth milore milk during the wiltler.
-A man has no righl to complain
of his wiro's millinery bill ts long ats
lia Cigar anld tobacco bill is five
times as nmch.
-A local weanther prophet. says we
are going to hlave a very eold ninter,
and advises everybody. to lay in it
good supply of fuel.
- W A NTED: --Persimmon, Dog.
w"ood, Hickory Iud Holly Logs.
FPeight paid Onl crlolas. J amaes
Cockshott, Charleston, S C. o) I nm4
* -C. V. Sizemore, colored, who
lives on Wyatt O'D1ll's Tw' le Mile
farm made 371 g 0allons miolisses froi
one-eighth of an aicre of bottoin land.
-R1ev. J. Pierceo Attaway pr-eaebed
a v.ery instructive nLdi edih intag S(er
mon at Twelve Mile last Su idlly on
.'Ihe spiritual man doillan t. over
--The roads of tie county, inl theI
mailn, tre in i good condition. Would
that tlhis'could be said of thom dur.
illg tho seaisonls of lieaviest hauling
inter and upring.
-Young farmers shouild ho set ting
out, fruit trees. As soon as a killing
frost, comes they should be tran.
plillited. From Nevember 15 to
FebrualiV 1 is a Iuitiblo time.
-W. A. Blassingame, colored,
Who lives oi Wyatt C'Dell 's plaao has
madeio this year with one plban eiglht.
hIales of cuttop, 225 bushels of corn
Raid ighit -one gal.uns molasses.
-FOR SALE -About 30 thorouigh
bred [ arred P,yI ,iath1 lock coeko:< 1s
alt fromll fOc to * 1.010 each.
Mrs.' A. D. Man,
Six Mile, s' C.
-Married, Octobde~r 29th at ShoolI
Creek Baplltist chureb~, L. M. Maia~~
to 31iss Vin dohnson110). lRev. W., i.
Suthecrlail ofliciatinag. Thle occasioi,
wais ani eWvnt in) colredl scietv aibou t
--Rev. E. J1. Thiullinax, formerly
pastor in Greenville anid Pimekons
counities, will soon1 take charlge ofi the
Mcxonid Bap1tist chlurchi at P'elzir, hav.
ing been unan imously calledl.--An
-The1( following per'sons wvere reg
istered aat the Hiawatha hotel last
wel: Ilon. Chas. G. Dantzker, pr-o
siding judig; Hion. Wyat.t Aikena, M.
(C.; Ior. HI. J. Hayneswvorthm; aand M.
Ci. Long, court stenfograp1her'.
-Tlhe ((enItv IS tatking ont consid
errale activity in) ((ducatjonal mnatters.
lately. Two now g:raded school dis
tricts have been dc ted in thea coun
Ly duriug t ho past few wees-one at
Six Mile and the othier at Gates.
--On M~onday and Tuesday of coua t
Ton Mlarsalsl Gri~lin and Nealey
inado1( lfteen1 ar-rests w~hich brought
in about $40) as fines paIid by the of
tenders. Too muc ")11'booze" taken
for the sItachs' sake was the Cause.
--The horse-swvapp~ers are looking
forward to a groat rally in Walhalla
duing the Comning terma of court,
(November 9 to 13, incluasive.) H-orso
dealers and swvappers ftrm the sur
roaunding country will ho thiere ina
-TIhat hustling insurance solici
tor, W. B. Anthony, of Greenville,
spent a day inl Pickene last week.
.lie wroto $2,000 woi th of businmess
,before he had1( 1been hero an hour.
His lead pencils tand blotters wea-L
like hot cakes. Hie hats a good prlop
osition for the mnani seeking praotc-.
--Maa ied, onl Sunday the 1st inst.
at the residence of thea ofliciating
inister R1ev. J. M. Stewart, il iass
MUary Miller, Daughter of Mr. land
M rs. 1. N. Miller of the Enon sect ion,
toi Mr. D. Satterfield, son of N. D.
Samttea field of Easley. The youn~g
pe)ol have thae conlgratulatioins of
their any~ friends.
-W ANT1E D) ---Good practical mani
woowns or can cent rol good standl.
ing timber, eithmer pine or hardwood,
cani seenre first class saw mill out fit
with a capacity of 5,000) to '7,000 feet.
per dlay to work on sharcs. Ownoer
will furnish ouitfit antd keep aame in
repair for onie t~hird of hounber1 cut.
Address W'Ialter Baughmam, Spartan.
burg, S. (C.
-- .C. L. Cureton has bought a lot
of the Gardner strain) of the Barred
P'lynmot~h Rocks. Tlhisq is I lm pu rest
and hest strain raised. (Charlio is
well fixed toward estabilihig a good
stock farm. I [is breed( of hoj.s are
thle finest, ever brouaghmt to the up
Country and~ would easily take Lthe
tie aro' good1 grad(o and1( are( beig
b':ed up. Soon he will hiave a mod~el
--James P. Carey', Esq., has been
alppointedI special judaogo ta, hold court
at Glaffuney and1( at Greenwood. Hie
was also asked1 to huohi an extra term
at Saluda, but there waIs a ionflict in
dates. T1he special term will be he'.d
at Gnffney for two weeks, beginning
Nov. 30. The Green wvood court ui ill
begin NOV. 16th. Tihese appoint
moenta ar'o but just rcognaition of a
man learned in the law, and owing
to his largo pr'aotlos in all the ou t
M t' Carey isspooiahll fitted for hMl
anB~oing the scales f stie
-5 iigs Eileeu Taylor is qite 1
-.Oleopatra, Risng Sun, and oth<
goo(l brands of flour at H. A. RiA
-A number of our farmers i
holding their cotton for a hight
price. We hopo they will got it.
-Do you kn1o1W the tetcher
your children? Have you visited tt
school, or invited the toachier to yot
-Snow MDItiBLre is the champio
hog killer. le killed two hogs fi
J. T. Chastain that weighed 57
pounds at- one yoar old.
--By order of the Presiding Elde
I call an extra qarterly conferonic
of North Pickens charge to moot 1
Friondhip church, next Saturda
7ith of November, at 3 o'clock 1. m
for t ho yiurpose of at tending to som
qp cial business. All members t
the quarterly conforenco are urgo
to be present. C. L. McCain.
- Laddio McCurley, a 12-year-ol
girl, wat accidentally killed at th
Orr mill in Anderson Monday aftei
noon. She was going (Own one <
the alleys between the rows of ime
chinery and sltumbled over a boy
feet which were stretched out in ti
alley. She fell and an open knife ii
her Iapron pocket pierced her heal
and killed her almost instantly.
-Glenn Riggins, son of A. N
liigg imention of Whom was mad
last week about picking cotton, wi
bo six years old iii Januiary, next, i
place of seven. H is daily averg
for the season hias hecn 83 point
His older brother, weighing oil
fifty-four pounds, has been averagin
220 pounds. These are good cottoi
pickers. Mr. Riggins and his fiv
children pick out a bato a day.
-A. ). .\1an1, of the Six Mil,
Sido, Comlies to the front this week it
onr advertisiog columns, and toll
you of tho nice lino of goods ho car
ries and hidding for your trade. 11
also operates a first class cotton gin
Ite will buy your cotton seed ni
pay you the top of the ma1trket. S0
him before you sell your prodice
cotton Seed, or buy your winte
goods H will treat you right.
A lRunaway Jhic3 cle',
TcrninatoI wit.h an ugly cit on th
leg of J. B. Orner, Franklin Grove, Ill
It doveloped a stubborn uleer unyield
ing to doctors and remedies for foal
years. Thein BueklenN Arneica Salvt
eared. I's just as good for Burns
Scalds, Skin Eriptions and Piles. 25e,
at Pickens Drug Go.
Six Mile Dots.
Theso cold frosty mornings malem
us shiver whenl we go to picking cot.
tIn but we 1o just the samne.
The ht alt h Of ouir comun111ity i:
very goo(d aft present.
R1ev. G. B. Nalley filled his regulat
appoint ment at Mouint Olhvot the 4tLb
Wukt fiehil). ham has set himsecl
upl to a new top buggy.
Percy Durhazmi visited i.latives
andi friends in A ndersoni 3ounmity last
'tuirdiay and Sundlay.
Ben Ke'lley reporits thait ho lias
been feast ing on strawborry pies uni
til the rcent frost. The burries are
as nice as the spring crop.
Misi Katy Perritt and her grand
mother havo returnmed hiomeo after a1
wo weeks visit to relatives and
friends ini thle upper pairt of the
Clifton W\oodsn went over on thec
Fairview sido last Sund)(ar.
Most all the farmors are through
taking upi potatoes.
Bear in mind thaet there will be a
mass meeting at Six Mile churich oni
the( 71.b inst. Prominaent speakectrs
will [ie there and1( gradled schools will
be ably discussed. We hopa that the
mattor will be taken up and a graded
schmool es~ttblished at that place.
TIhme Garvin school house debiat ing
society have an interesting mtieting
eve.ry Sotlurd~ay n ighit.
It is rainling today (Saturday).
Come again Bunch. We hatvent
heacrd from you in some timo.
Not a SIck lDay Since.
I was taken severely siek with. kidney
trouble. I ti'e~d all sorts of meldiciineM,
nions of wvhiceh roliov'ed me. One dayI
sawv an ad of your' F'ceti ic Bitters and
determined to trmy that. After takingn
few (loses I felt relieyed, and soon there
after wast entirely cured, and have not
b)(en sick a day since. Neighbors of
mine have bo''n cured of rhoeumat ism,
nurualgis, l iver and kidney trouleso adii'
general debility." Tisi is whalit B. F,
Bass of Armaont, N. (3. writes. O)nl.y
500i at Pickens Drug Co.
Liberts, 8. (3., Nov. 2, 190:3.
TIo the show at Greent illo abou
two hundred from this point thi
muorning boarded the tiaini to go.
Rev. J RI. Vaughn of Virginia, l'c
Lured on temperance at the Preosby
terian chnreb. A goodly cro)wd at
tendehLd. The lecture wvas higly ini
The unveiling ceremony ,of the C
D). Mc~ravv monument by the Wood
man of the WVorld yesterdlay wvas at
tenided by a large crowd. The Easle:
lodge took part. Dr. R1. F. Smiti
aiid R1ev. D. WV. Hiott of that place
Contractor (Irandy has the TI. N
I hunter store up1 and corneredl.
Cotton mill w arehouso building
und(erway, after' much delay, ewini
to difficulty ini -obtiing b)uildin1
Fartmers are sowing' seome whoa
g'thering corn1, oe.
No white cottoii fields nlow.a-dalyi
'1The freeze oni the 24th tilt., killo
cottoni and froze the grooen holls1 r
if it opens thore will be some ~aino
Dots From Fortner.
Our section wvas visited withu
good rain last week. It did the tnm
nips good and cabbage too.
The farmers are gathiorinig cotto
right along, Hlurry upil boys, an
get through, for Christmas is drav
Mrt. and Mrs. Duncan had a birtl
day dinner the 19th uiht. Weo wv
invited''and I toll you we oe-rlaini
enjoye$ the (day.
Ooobpr 27, 1903.
Here comnos th Black I.-ado'
Girl again. Sho-has been: very b1o8
and h.sn't had-tine to write, but ai
the weather is so nice I will try onci
Cotton pioking is the order -of th<
I day in this section at present.
Wash Nintl s is doing 011)0 nic
sawing iear Ioese Bowon's place.
E. ). Meoollum has opened up I
nice stock of goods under the man
igement of Mrs. Hattie Craig. '
J. W. Shoriff is sti.l sawing at Wi
same old stund oil Miss Duko's ipliaco
Some of our farmers are beginnint
to sow wheat.
W. T. Bowen has had lumber lait
(own on his place to build a teUmm
We are glad to state that Dr. W
T. Field is improving under -th
treatmremt of Dr. Wyatt of Eamley.
- Th Cedar Rock chutrch is ne-ari iu
completion. Services will be 1b0c
every third Sunday after Novemboi
at 3:30 p. in.
D. M. Mauldin is doing gooid wm k
at his new gionery at the Smith ohl
place., Black Headed Girl
The farmers of tLis sectio-s ar all
veiy busy gathering their crops.
The lumber and cabbago wagon.9
are very thick around here and I be
lieve lumber hauling is all. oxpeis
11n1d 10 profit.
V. M Hendricks, the great saw
yer, is causing the old' wagons to see
hard times, but it's as well to work
old wagons as old men.
HblIo, where halts that sandlapper
gone with his accordeon? The
Mountain Boy said he could not
sleep three weeks. No wonder he
play s well. Oh, my friend, doni't
call the Mountain 3ty "greeny," ha
never sleeps that long.
Rev. J. T. Singleton has been ro
elect. d at Grove church. This is
his fourth year and we want him
A. T. Fortner has just quit making.
molasses. He gets the praise in
quantity and quality.
Joseph Massingalo is very sick.
Hurrah for Pickens county. She
afflods some among the best cotton
J. M. Fortner picked 200 pounluids
of cOtton in a half diy one day last
J. F. Rigdon and wife and Miss
Janio Anderson reported a delight.
ftil time while on their mountain trip
Commissioner A. B. Talley expects
to remIlin in Pickems another yerr.
while hm absence aroun1d his mianv
home friends is Illisred, we aill
wisih him great succes. His voice
has ceased around his old country
horne, but we hope the good people
of Pickens will treat bhim with alt ro
sport4 in our' behallf for lhe is anl ex
cellenut man; fervent ini spirit and~
diligent ini business.
South Carolina is well represented
at Mars Hill College, N. C., especi
ally Pickens county.
The boss reported snow oni Bally
mountains. 'The Table Rock crowd
from this section report a -nice time
excepting one young man barely es
cap)ing fallung off. Pdhaw, 'when I
goes up dari I'ml goin to carry a gal
I hear~ the Christmas bells going
joggling along,' while the wedding
bells are about to ring.
Girls remember if some of you i1on't
take me up CJhristmnas I will almost
be out of it. M\. V.
All per'sons are hereby forbidden
to enlter, hunt or otherwisec tre~1)pass
onl Reesc 's Mounttaini or any ot my
lands(1. All perlsons disregardling this
notice will Ite prosecuted to thu full.
est extenit of the law.
*M. J. WVelborn.
Oct. 21, 1903. w4.
T1iE1PASS NO FICE.
All person1s are0 warnedO not to hunt,
fish, cut timb~er, maiiko roads or' in ,ally
in~aInr whaiteveor trespass in any way
upon any of our lands or any lands
weove in our chiargo.
Th~e Calhoun Land Co ,
28om1. Calhloun, S. C.
All 1ernons are wvarned to nlot, hunt,
fbih, maiike r'oads, cut timber, or' ini
anuy mnannier tre'sp~ias 0on aniy of our
lands uder penalty of the law.
Mi.s M. A. Claytoni,
J. II. Clayton
Maleo of Notes.
By virtue of ani order of J. 11. New
bery Judge u.f Probate <.f Piwkeins conn-i
ty I will sell to the highest bidder for
caish on thme 19th day of November 1903
at Picklens oa mr't house, theo notes and
nWcoun1ts of the cataito of W. F. Blassin-.
game deconsed, which hiave been app rais
ed doubtful. W. T.1. FieIld,
Oct. 28 1902.1it. Executor.
ROLLER KI NG(
P. F. COX,
r Tte mart lage of the Rev. Oliver J
i Opelanid, of Waynesboro, Ga,, Vi
1- Miss Elma Ulinksoaleq of Dim West
3. 0., Which. was soletoizud at tle
e Baptist churolt in Dne West last
Wednsday ight, October the 21t
was an ovent in which the mani
Pickens .frionds of Rev. Mr. Copeland
A will bo particulagVnitorested, as thi
groom was wellinown in many see.
n tions of the couinty.. and universalli
admired. Tho bride is the eldest
n daughter of Mrs. M. B Clinkscdes,
>r and is 0 charming young woman.
0 l'ho cereoniny was performed by Rev
J. A. Brown. Thero were a large
number of invited guests to witnuss
, the ceremony, coming from poii;s it
* North Carolina, Florida, Georgia
and this State. The many Pickem
friends of Mr. Copeland unite ii
iising the young couplo a long lift
0 of usefulubs and prosperity.
d Mica News.
Rev. Lom Freeman filht his regu
d lar appoitinont at Mt. Tabor las
A beautiful wedding took plaCo al
S M. Leopor's Oct. 25, 1903, at t
- o'clock p. in , whon Rev. Loim Free
t man pronounced IMr. Perry Fcndlek
e and Miss Hattie Jont.s husband and
1 qvife, in tho prosonco of Misses Mamie
t Fendley, Nora Looper, Evie Hen
dricks, Mrs. S. M. Looper, Mrs. Ed
ward Hendricks, andl Messrs. S. M.
. Looper, Edward Hendricks, C. T.
Huff, Oscar Jones, Wn. Turner,
Osear Looper and T. T. Barton.
After tht, cerenony the bride and
groom went to the homo of the
groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Med
Fendloy. The happy couple have
imy best wishes now and forever.
The health of this section is very
good at this writing.
Cotton picking is the order of the
The twin boys of Mr. and Mrs. T.
A. Julian, of near Glassy Mountain,
picked 120 potinds of cotton i) a day,
5U pounds each. Who can beat that
at six years old.
Mrs. 11. .A. Freeman and grand.
son, L F. Hughes, visited T. A. Jul.
Miss Nora .Jones, of Dacusville,
visited Miss Antina Hughes last wock.
Miss Emma Smith spent last Wed
nesday n ight with liss Ania Hughe-s.
J. E Friddle and J. 11. Hughes
mado a flying trip to Sandy Fiat last
Satir'day to visit, Rev. J. '1. Bingle
ton. They reportod a good time and
say they are going to the preachers
Mrs. Mamio Looper visited Mrs.
H. A. Freeman last Sunday.
Miss Anna Hughes visited Misses
Cora and Maggio Chapman las t Sun
T1. 'T. Hughes and family visited J.
G. Hughes last week.
J. B. Stephons, of this section, wvhot
has been anf opeOrativo at [lhe Samp-~
soni m31i t Greenviille, is att homii
sick with yellow jaundice.
Mr. .lack Frost visited this section
last Sunday morning and1( has been
every morning since, it killed ev
er ything except turnip) patches.
Talk about your piotaitoes, J. IT.
itnches long. Who can h.eat that?
Carelessnesa is res~ponsible for many
a railway wreck and the samne causes are
muaking huuman wre'cks of sull'erors fr.>m
throat anid lung troubiles. Bunt since tho
advent of Dr. Kings Now Discovory for
coughis, consumptione, colds, ned even
t1i wvorst cases canih becurad, and hope
less iesination is 1no longer ne0cessarly.
Mrs. Lois Oragg of Dorchester, Mass.,
is one of many whose life was saved by
Dlr. King's New Discovery. This great
rome~dy is gua~ranteed for all throat andI
lung disoases by Pickens Drug Co., 50o
and $1.00. Trial bottles free.
The-crop prtospecct is onl~y about
TP. N. Bridges, who lives on T. 'T.
Hughes & Ce's., place oni Saluda
river and Carpen ter's Creek, planted
his crop the second time and hais the
linest corn ever hproduced on land.
He will muake sixty bushels to the
acre andi has got his fodder all saved.
'T. T1. Hughes and family and Mrs.
Fannie Griffin jiitd at Earlhe Smith's
last wveek in Anderson county andt
t'epotrt e.very3thing prosperous down)
Henry Williams, who is 9G years
old, is 'visitinig his son), P'. II. Wit.
hiams, at Campobello.
T1. T1. H ughecs will move to lisa new
hom1e1 purchased by aim and W. N.
Hughes tneari Greenville this'fall, and
the old1 Capt. W. N. will remain at
t tho homne place for atnot her year to
wilnd( up the businesa, atnd then lhe
vl-move andl retire to private life.
IHe wishes to sell out his land and(
any3otie .wan'tinig to b~uy w'ould (10
wvell t~o see him, as lhe offers good
land tit low ptrice anid gives good
tine. He says lie hates to leave
Pickens county', but lie lived twenty
01n0 years in Anderson county, the
home of his birth, atnd forty-four
y ears in Pickens county and it' feels
near' and (dear' to hiimi, hut wvants to
try Greenville awhile. Il has not
forsaken this county as lie has so
tmany good friends ho can't leave
them for no other country, well.
Mack F. Btakor is visiting our sec
tioni. You may guess what his ob.
0. W. Griffiai has been busy haul.
ing his line cr'op of cotton to the gil'.
Sie says he is going to hold it for 151
' We had .Judge Nwtoni with us
d the othier (liy and ho0 cer'tainly' is the
o right imani in [lhe right place, for hr
(1 knows ouri counnty paper' ('To Seti
niel-Jour'nal,) ought to be in overy
hotme and ho is going~ to puat it there.
1'. 8. 8.
a ~re,assi~ Nol.'ic'
All per'sonis aire b. ' by u' airned not
t.e, hanit, fish, (lut tin eer, or1 in amny
n way trespasis on an', of our' hmida uin
el der' penfilty of the la s
A. A. Pilgrtim,
D). A. PI at t,
y' 'D1. hI. W\ oodsonr,'
W..A k pe
New Store .
a n d N E W
E have moved from our old store to our new one
rymig in our old store, Buggies, Wagons, Stoves
devoted almost exclusively to Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Not
one of the largest, mo10t complete and best selected stoc k
DRESS GOODS. CLOTHI
'L'his seltsolI we have patired ioitlier tiei nor This is our main liin
'wlJso W i)np eing before tho )eople the mest so- that We dvfy 00fupetio
hecLi stock of DLVSS (GOODZ %e have ever shown.
We have everything inl the )rv 0oods lino. We Country, we 111- i l i
bongiht bofore prices advanaccd and wo aro in a Fit., Quality and n wl
oSitioni to makO 011e astounishing prices. u rpesSsd. MCI1l4 Sfl
Jeans, Oasting1s, Iu1,i Cs soes, PWra Pants from 50e to
both sitots and1( slinis.
Worster's, Uroadcloths cud Silk Goods. See our Clothing We have 1311t1
line of FrencI Flannels ai Mercerized goods for to ".00. Extia puntH 12
waists. Blanko is, Cuinfo.is, Capes, Jackets 11a1d Z14 sole tigoits fir it) c
Skirts. Dou't fail to see our liuo of Shirt Waists, for 1o31, Witl (10111)1
Skirta and J, ekls. Wf! hsmvo sonio "knock out Big lin o C
pricos" atlong this line. Alo a ciomplete line of Men's Overcoats, all 3ty
gioakii for childrcsa, to0815.00.
B UGG IESandW AGON S
3ig lot Of Buggies and Wagons. just received a car
load of Mitchel Wagons. This is without a doubt the
best wagon made. They costmiore than any other but ioi
the long run they are the cheapest.
When in Pickens mal-e our stores your headquarters
show you if you don't buy a dollars wvorth, we appreciate yoi
the past. Our motto is, and will be in the future as it has b
Fit,, SQuiS HATS AND :ENTS
IuN. surpased. Ph n n.
Pickens Drug Company.
tha wil b paata~lc as~v loth eniingw a.su
\'e av mnyprpaaton afr te hoe altrth
allj~u upin he ~e fom, or hey, wir h con
Niec line BfigolinsuifabBoyoa Overe
Dr oto uggls and ans. Jsteceive aVa
load f M itheVWgns Tisi Jw ithout dUbtE
Inest aon tade. Theposits.morefthananagthenbti
Liberai Treatmon't y a llarts Cuor,eapcityo
ikens prse.g Conlyproisny. ea
nchan s Bal odfra lieicinea golgod
caaes l pupintebstfrrote.aecn
I selthe Frestaie atd ffctv.
Nicoo [inesof Goods, cosuadblasan~ fancy
fo oc o iol oel' yard, 'e11i
Antigyun NOV E LTnIoos .a L)RCS
lid l'i~Drugiiis ad Fanc ttIionlery.isssn
pi es ideave aCooashiter. 0.,an
yard idOFe ICKlN, . C~ly~.
Shtees. paid ono Deosts reuo Managheme. Ia
proudofit.Ses Tramst e wall it' rCuommers.mtbo
My sam\00 \k h lp, I .\L, Mc1.ny n '.h il'NT- k,
canl be solad tor.eyu Calo s
Til STO OPEE
erything THE lEST
which is 40 feet wide anl I o feet long. We are cat
and I Heavy I lardware. The first floor of our -new store is
ions and Dress Goods. On the second floor you will find 0
of Furniture ever brought. to this part of the country.
and oiou pride. Tho lino Our stock o
1 oi. lRoying as wo do oSHOES is more
othing cnnntecomplete t h an
over. We i-till
il ion to givo you Style, liandlo the old
.8tion of p.-tteris that i" ltt-liablo "Battki
its from $2.50 to $16.50. Axe." Eyery'
$6.00. Onini fit. ll size - i < pcxt ai h a
[in Childreni and Youti' . tried a pair kno
ranging in prico from 75o walet they are-I
om 250 to $2.50. Wo the et thq
lebraled lino. of clothing price. Now Oth
wilt and knues, mado by co. N lot
vercoats for everybody.
>itm from $3.00 to $6.00. most every (lay to tiipply the ever increasing do
es aud colors, from $3.00 mand. Wo are also agenta for the Seloyal
Blue Shoe fo)r men (q) $3.50.
FU R NITU R E.
We have everything in the way of Furniture, Bed room!
suits, from $15.00 to $75.oo. Chairs and tables of every
description. Safes, Bureaus, Washstan ds, Sideboards
Springs, Mattresses, Trunks, Carpets, Rugs, anything cv: 11
erything in theHouse Furnishing line.
WeT have room for you all and we are always pleased to
11r business, we appreciate the trade you have given us in
een in the past, "HONEST GOODS at HONEST PRICES"
T 0- N L E Y,
FURNISHING G()DS A SPECIALTY.
11 Who on t
,..ALREADY KNOW IT...
C8IJLL 00 LEO1N
i'hat A. D. MANN has the nice4 l.to Now Fresh Good
' just, recei ved t'rom thle Norithr mi~i iarkets. julst as chleap) as can I
o bought anyvwhere and1( a lot of thomn eonie than they can'
I e b,,uight~li) IC anywhe lie n oeo. My l ine consist ini part ofI
Cloth of most aniy 1land], Menis an B11loys Suits, odd Pantf;, r.
\ Heavy Andi lnderwear-, Shirts of' every description, Susjia-a~~
e rs, j~ ( es loves, ete
TIN WA lm, GLASSWAlE, CROCK ERYWARE, CHINA, LAMM
and lots of' other goods too numlerous to mention.
EW sell Grocorics as9 cheap as anybody. Como and get se
nic' le Ihl.
-I buy any thing that you can sell at the stores and will pay i
I want to buy all the Cot toll Seed I can get aid will pay high a
mar-ket 1)n1ce for samo hero at my gin. Also wilI gin your c'otton
25 cents po'r 10 pounlds lint.
g5Y'I solicit your patronage and w ill TRH EAT) YOU' RIGHT.
A. D. MAN
MEET, S. C.'
And Still Another Carl
OF THAT E eln lu
Not How Cheap---.
But How Good2
Thle goed people know a goodl thing wvhen they EAT IT1
BUY IT AND) TRY IT..
We have also anotheir lot of SIHORTS-an excollout fooll for co~
horses and lbogs.
Our Rooms are all Full Up.
WithI Fall and Winter GoM#
of every description .
OTIFIING, J1EA NS, BL1ANKNETS, QUIL
SIIOES, RBB E Rs, OUTi NGS, FLANNELS,
FUIRNITUJRE, STI'(VES, T1RUNKS$, SACHE
Part ies owing on nIoIt or accounts will p~lao
TPU UAE O)liR MONEY PRO. f H~
isy-Wo need,( it NOWt and1( need~ it H.\)
ifyou ut to, '1.