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Pickens Senliitel-Journal
Happenings ol a Local and Personal Nature.
There i8 nn epidemic of mumps i
l/.IEII .?>?
? W. L. Jonkinn, Esq , is confine
to his room with hi grippe.
? How docs tho now leaf 30
turned over 011 January 1st look U
day.
? Fon Sale?(V nico young tuil!
cow. Apply to Alonz) I'uce, Pickone
8. C.
?According to Bradstroot 80 pe
cent of tho merchants who ftiil huv
failed to advertise.
?Bennett. Hill, of West. IJnioi:
Ooon.oc county, was a welcotno vi^ito
in l'idfeens yesterday.
?Nearly every other person yo
meet these days is Buttering with 111
grippe or a very bud cold.
?RJnny pcoplo are setting 01
j trees now, and especially fruit tree
Lot the good work contiuuo.
?See the now advertisements ?.
Tho II. K. Sturdivaot Co., unci 15. <
McCollum and consult them.
?J. IS. Newbery, Probate Judg
has lately made some decided in
pr weinonts on his now residenco.
? Congressman Wyatt Aiken
making tho anuual distribution
garden seed among his constituent
?The timo will soon roll nroun
ft>i' nnliti#?nl cliiK liwcliiuru iinil Oit
ventions ami some people will I
happy.
?J, 1*. Carey has returned fro
(Jreonvillo and Oeonee eoun ti
where he has boon on profession
business.
If you havo not made your tax r
turn to tl jo County Auditor, yt
should do no at once. The time c
pi res February '20th.
?Sherill MeDaniel is rapidly pus!
ing to completion, as tlm weutli
permits, his new resid nee on Libe
ty and Sickens street.
?The wheat that lias Cuino up
not making much bIjow. Its n
t coming up till this mouth makes tl
formers fear n poor yield.
? We heard a furniture man bi
some days ago that a chair fa'.v1'
would pav in I'iekons.,
? iMarrioo,,.t tho???. 31st, 1001,
the residence of Henry Nix, Mr
T. Hudson to Miss Linnio Grant
of Pickens. AI. F. Hester, N. 1' ,
ficiated.
? Aaron liogge, A. John
Austin 15oggs, and Ramsey Doylu
Colhouu, sold, Wednesday, tifty
bales of cotton for over 15 cents
pound.
?Married on tho 24th ult.,
K?,v. 13. E. (J randv, at the ltsidei
of George Looper, near Dacusvi
Mies ?Sanlla L >oper to M. A. Kil
burg, ut Easloy.
?The Wood Lumber Com pa
v has received at their mill at Cnlho
a good supply of logs from tiio moi
tains and wilt begin work as soon
the wiO )0i' moderates.
?Married at the residonco
George Loo'oer. iump T)iw?nuuiii.?
tlio 2 !ill tilt., Miss Annie Young
Eugene SYiight, bulb of Eusdey, 1(<
li. K. Grundy, otlieiated.
? A Mrs. Kevin, who liven near 1
1*. Field, died .Saturday from ea'
h*p?y. Mio luid heen under the en
of pliVHicianH for a week, but tin
treatment was of no avail.
?The railroads aro n?\v bandlii
largo bhipmentH of fertilizer. Ti
movement promisen to bo unuaual
heavy this Heason and Iho rondn w
ho taxed to furnish the necossa
ears to handle Iho business with di
patch. **
? It. has been Buggcaltd that thi
being lenp year, is likely lo show i
with a short erop <?f mai'iiagoH. T1
fjn iH sny are afraid to eoiitruet
marriage this year for fear peon
will think they took tho initiative i
I ?|)1)',18 "1C! question.
?The Kaslatoe auction of tlii
county is greatly fluted over tho proi
pecLs of the new lumber company, i
mne.li of their it.ixl lies in tins towi
ship. Tlio company lias under cot
sidoration a railroad from tins plat
Or from Seneca to their newly at
quired j o-m ssions.
?'J lie amount of taxes, exclusiv
of the tax roads dn!v, for thnJisci
year tOUU, is $47,210 1)!) ofi tlii
amount. II. W. J<\irr lias collecte*
$17.G!IG 27,iueludin'? for roadf
This loaves about $987.72 yet, dun t<
be collected of Slate and coiint-v
An additional 2 per cent, ponnlty i
to 1)? added to all taxes collected thii
nton'h.
? A marriage announcement ha
recently been made that is of mticl
interest to I'ickens folk. Miss Aniti
Ambler, youngest daughter >( IVI??j
Jao.es It. Am bier, of And ler's, wit
l?i married Fob. 17lh to Mr. Multhev
Breazealo of Bolton. tho weddint
will bit an elaborate nflf.iir at the
upaoious country homo of Maj Am
blor, six milvB north of i'ickemt
?Besides being a leap voar, 1001
iM peculiar 111 several rnniv.n?u
Christmas will fall on Sunday foi
the iiret time in nix years, ami spring
will l>? ushered in on Sunday, Marc)
20th; Easter Sunday falls on Apri
I^d, and Good Fiidav ImIIh on Al
Fool's Jhiy, April 1st. Thorn will l><
onu panto and olio total col ipso o
tho BUPf-TH'itlwT visible in Norll
America. For tlio first time in many
will he no eel ipso of tho
fcjj^?t Ailo'it has
IftM^tion to
?Tho weather prophets proilict u t
wet spring. f
' ?Farmer borrowers from tho banks
- are not so. numerous us thoy were in '
low priced cotton years. 1
? Some of tho ohl folks eny that
up to date this has been tho coldest 1
11 full aucl winter since 1861.
? Head chango in Folgor & Thorn- i
^ ley's, A. A. I'ace, J. F. Harris ami A. s
K. Park's ads. this week and profit (
u thereby. I
? It seems that farm hands are 1
hard to got these times. Many far '
t mors havo only about half tho force 1
they need tho coming year.
?Josiah 'hapnmn, commonly |
r known as "P J ?e," die 1 on tho 27th (
0 ult., al'to|v.^>Hlioft, illness, ilo was ,
horn thd^TTlh of Docembor, 1821), j
and waV in his sovonty liftli year. ,
' Uih remains were interred at McKin1
ney's Chapel, of which church ho was
a member, tho day following his
u death, Kev. C. L. McCain canducting 1
ie tho funeral .service. Ho loaves a wife
and four children, besides a host of
relatives and friends to mourn his 1
ii <
v dentil.
a.
? Mr. and Mrs. J. McD. Bruce
delightfully entertained a number of
gentlemen friends of the former l ist
~J- Kridftj' i veiling at n stag dinner. An '
elaborate menu in courses was do
o, lijjhtfully served. Those enjoying
11- the eharming hospitality of Mr. and
Mrs. Bruce were: I?. Eugene Al .xmidor,
J. Ij. Bolt, 11. I'j. Bruce, J. P.
I8, Ciirey, I. Loo Carpenter, \V. K. Dondv, i
J'jriK.Ht folger, Mr. ivnapp, ivy .vi.
s' Minldin, T. J. Mauldin, E. Hobid
in hi >ti t .J. T. Taylor, L. C. Tbornloy
i). uiul E 1 >. Webb.
?'J'lio County Commissioners at a
recent meeting took a very itnpor- |
in tnni stop in deciding to do away with
es every small bridge, in the county and
al make fords. This will incur considerable
expense for the time being,
but will prove cpiito economical in the
(1" course of a few jears. Many of U*o
'll mountain streams riao so quickly and
x" at such a height that in time of hi . h
floods, such a:-) wo had the past i
li- spring, it is impossible to maintain j
er bridges over them; even it limy aro
r- maintained, it is at a constant expense,
so it appears that tho b.iard
j lias takon a wise step.
ot
hu Allgood-Marbut.
The following news items will bo
^v road with interest hy oar readers:
iv-At hi?jrh faoo*>. Wednesday, Jatiu;
\ii ^ '."jaidonco ?.?f Mr.
, in Mf Vn' ' . \,,0 - .1 i i
. id . vV>u*? ? i.'Uav Uui bride,
. J. Mli" *
,in .on vv?o
t)l*. ^ Hon, i)i (irooiifibid, ollicialin**.
Vernon (Mo.) News.
"Kber I) Allgood and MioS Anne
'oH> Marbut, of Ve.rnon, woro married
\V<dnesd iy. Mrs. Ailgood is an ex
fci* cellont Imly and has many relatives
lH'1' ami friends in this county who ex
t( Iki best v? is lies. Wo do i know
|)V If. A11 ?*<?c>d but wo uro satis-tied tluit
Airs. All^>v)oil\s choici) is all ri,;ht.''?
lie, (1;- ssvillo Nowa, Mt. Yoinon, Mo.
lj 11 - Mr. Allgood is a son of Mr. Win.
B. All?(ood and is n yomi;; man of
my sterling worth. His friends hero ex11,1
(did C*{) :i ? ' I' :1 111 il i i >>>" ">-1 ; 1 1
W.J.J ami mill
I
M>" uiul t rido much i >y :iii<l hai piness
f.B '
i Liberty Locals.
Libertv, S. C., Feb. 1, 1001.
on ' ' '
Liberty is still in the land of pio;,*jV>
1088.
Throe inch riiow f< 11 here the '2<Slli
??'t. The mountains arc s'ill wliito,
noithwist winds howling and the
lil" ground fri>/.r!n.
J1.! Tho oarly sown whont stems to l>o
damaged on rod land. 1 ho late
sown heat is just tfettin?jt up ^ood
i^' and is lial>lo to bo injurod by ti hard
lie freeze after the snow melt.--.
'v Thero was pieni-bin^ at the Proshytotiun
ehureb vosterdav by Pll'V
! I ,o?. /.(" \\T..n...n . i>
. w. .liuiiuuii. i\uv. urounnn, of j
H" Ploronco, has aceoptod a call to preach
hero and will move in a low days.
,s Preparations have been mado to on et
ij> ii parsonage on tho Presbyterian
church lot.
t Cotton passed tho 1<? cont notch
If hero last week.
11 The Liberty mill now b in a sopply
of cotton for thin season in tho
;,i w .ivhouso.
B- The oil mill is now running rogu
is lar. The ri>e in the priao of sted eni
ablod them to secure a small supply,
i- There is complaint of the oil mill
:? grinding the hulls with the meal. I ii
nixii ij mniiiiiccn il is CM) III) (Ml t liar, tile
incul appears to l>e half hull 4. Those
0 who Hwap seed ear I y in the Reason
1 and took tickets l>< f ?rj this adoltera
tion was ooni!iienco:l tiro soro over
j such treatment. Thoy prefer to <lo
' their own mixing and don't think the
' hill Is will ho any advantage where
uioal is med as a fertilizer.
H Dry, firm roads are a tiling of the
3 past for this winter. They nro either
frozen, rou^h as a rock pile or muddy.
Kock quarrying for general bnildinp
and oionuinentill purposes is talked '
' ..( i > -
( wi n?re, aim n in Known that Liberty
lias u granite foundation under a
I good portion of it and ho solid that I
, water is vesry hard to get in places
tto hind it haw not yd been done.
J i
I
From Cateechcc.
Having been con lined to tho room
for the past ten days with a sore J
fo;>*, wo aro short of newa Ibis week,
however, in tho bimjua^o of tho old
1 women, "evoiy little helpH "
I Wheat llflM <'<>( lin nnnn"l> '? ^
, . r>-~ "I' * ?!? ?"Ol
lo Hfco it without loiiRca. Without a
, oonsiderahlo ehango for tho hotter, ?
wheat, crops arc g'ing to ho short ?
t)iis ynnr. 5Oftls
ftl'O liot in it at all as wo huv*?
hocn ahle to 8(!0. Without a good v
yield of spring oats many a poor old j
"rip" will lio and dronm of tho good (
feuds past and f^oiip, to ho awakeno;l
with tho shattering noiao of a hand
^fiill of west* i n corn an t a short three
hundlo of fodder falling in the
^kLahout daylight to keep breath
to nfinke Ibh yttiu's (trop I
no rest for l ho poai* in in |
Mint. Hro in.l wurUi
Htuya think thoro ought to .
Bit man rung the p?oj '
with
Bklio *ioh
mM- ^ t
BSHS^Mn .
K^^r3BH5^^^E^Ei 5fS '. BL - ' ffgi
/
ilmll bo hist aiul tho lust bIuiII bo
hat."
Very littlo plowing 1ms bcot) done
his your up to this time, but wo nro
ivitu' in hoiiast if wo din in disnnii'.
13. P. Kolley has ivnted his &)i n |
Hid Hour mills, cotton gin and saw .
mil to J. J. Chandler f>?r this your. j
VJr. Kolley will devotu liis tiruo to i
ooking after l>is farm. Mr. K<*lloy
>ay? ho ground something over three
housand bushels of corn lust year, j
jesides the wheat. About the mid-!
He of tho wheat season his mills :
Droke down and ho never ground
my for very n-ar a month, or he;
would have ground a good deal more.!
Mr. (.'handler is giving entire satin-J
faction so fur. When a man noes to;
Lhi.s mill if ho only has a horseback
Lorn, ln> need not hitcii liis horse for j
Ilia torn will he ready by tho time he j
irets hitched.
After drifting for some tiino from
I'll npkintown, Noah's ark has land* d
>n the banks of Twelve Mile river
near (bissaway bridge. Noah and
his Hons aro busily engaged improving
llio public highway from the
liasiB iway bridge to the Uobinson
hridgo. Wo would suggist to Mr.
A. 13. Tallftv that ho might lind it
beneficial to his support next August
t<> place Noah'.s crowd on tho road
leading from tho Norris wide track to
Six Milo church jnst as soon a.s they
11 i
uwuiuiuiu urn h;au un > ?n: uw \> uu.
Mr. Floury Ilonclliclis, when he had
tlu! gang under liis charge, put this
road iu lino 1'ik nn?l it has t.over
ncoded much work since until now.
With about two weeks work now
with (ho gang to fill up the holes it
would not nerd nnv more work for
quite a while. Sx Mile and Cateoclieo
boxos arc pretty strong. A hint
is Miflico.
(!oulrnctor King line j 1 ht completed
the llobi'lson bridge over Twelve
Mile river. It, ii u c >vered bridge,
and a got d job. 'l he piers have not
be on built yet, so only pedestrians
can cross.
Mr. and Mrs. (I. 11. Child, of Meridian,
Miss., are on a visit to tho
former's father, R. R. Child. George
in not enjoving very good health and
they may r< main nut here at! siunmer.
Furman Jlt-id, eldest hon of Ij C.
Ivoid formerly of this county, hut
now of Atlanta, (ja , die 1 at his uncle's,
T. 11. Gassnway, on the 15th of
January, from a hemorrhage of the
lungs. His remains were lai.l t > rest
tli" day following his death in the
lv<-id graveyard.
William Pilgrim died at his broth
er's, Mr. A. A. I'ilgrim, on the 421st
frotn dropsy. Ho was buried at Six
Mile.
I' [ i'11" Kismrd, a cliarming
i in<* heo school.
i! Mr. It. A. iJiMVi-n, <>f Pickens, wn
I on u visit to Mr. .J. l'\ iJ inirit'r u fi'
d.iys n?*??.
Married, on tho 24th ult., Mile
iSlnlktsv to M ins Sal I it> l'lvatt, IL >11. .1
P Hv.lo ut tho throttle, all of (Jato<
I cheo.
We aro i?l lo know that Th
Sentinel Journal ha.s added t<? it
j nniuhcv 01 correspondents ono fron
K ['udity. Wo hopo the corri^p .11
(dent from that place will write often
II >v is mil' old friend, Jim Browninj
Mild lii-i better half {jetting u'.onj
I near I "<pialit\!
Wo mo highly in favor of th<
t ro mi-iMi Ki^este 1 by "0. ('.
to our legislators, especially tllehis!
|n:eistne, uinulv, a t innnlsorv r-iii
jcatiaial luw. It grieves us l> oui
I heart to see so many ehihhe.i grow
i itig up in ignorance, which is tin.
lirsi step of till evil, lint we disagr <
i with "Mountain Sprout" ah nit 11
| "license ln\\." One extreme always
i foll>?\vt> (mother one, so the fees lluit
\v )iiM l o saved in winding of the
; estates of d. ud men hv lawy? rs tliut
i " duunl'iin Sprout" sp -aUs of w mid
t?e trelih d in obtaining divorces, say
ing nothing ah:>nt the women and
children that would ho left to inalcu
their suppiri tho host they cou'd
We can't have a licence law without
a divorce law r.n I the hitter is con
h ui'v 1 I\\l
r. I'll). 1YH 111(3 OppOXtMl
to children in ir-ving, lint Ci >d fori>id
the day ihrit uiir c >urts >!> >U over he
tilled with divorce s iits.
With hiiow on tho ground two
inches (loop, a ntrong wind from the
10 ist, it sleeMng and fro(/.ing as; it
falls, tho prospective ca.ididate 1mn
>thing to do !>nt to Kit al'ciiud a
good log lire and tiguro oil which ilho
most profitable, a cotton crop, at
12 cents per pound or a good fat office.
So hurry up hoys and let yoni
"wants" be known and tho voters
will let }<>u know their "will" next
August 15.
c/ ]/'s / / s / / / / r / / / / / / / s f / y V / ^
Business Locals. x
v
/ / y / y / / / f /'/ / / /~ f / / / / /./ . / / /S
(Jo to II C. Carter's for an\tliiri:
\ ou wnnt to buy.
?If von wnit ii good liorso or
mule cill oil It. C. Carter, Liberty,
S. C.
rionty of frofdi garden sofd. Will
iinvo plenty of tbi'in in I>11 ik in a day
>r two. Pickt DH Drug Co.
N. I). Taylor, the pbolo<ria}iher,
Till l>o i.) his ptudio in Pinkens on
bo 19th and *J()tli iii?t<t 111.
? I!. Ij. Henderson, I be photogra*
pber, is now ready for work again.
Jail on biin for good pbotogrnphs.
?R. C. Caller lias just nceived a
nr <?f horses and in lies wi.ieb be
-.111 II -? *
vin huh cnciij) tot cash or on tiuao.
A few html>el.s Florodora cotton
(t od, hardy, early vaiiity, for Halo
Vpply to I). ! '. Hendricks, Pickens,
i. iII. F. I). No. 1. 2 .v.
? WAN riCD: Pcr*iu>iii<);), Do<*mod,
Hickory in.d Holly IiO<^H'
Vei^lit pad oil car loads. -lumen
/ockoiiott, Cliar'iHtoii, S. C. o-lm4
Liver t>ilis
That's what yon need;
:hing to cure your bilul^Hj
less and give you a gootW
Bigestion. Avers Pills arc
ivcr pills. I hey cure constipation
and biliousness. ;
J&v&Jv laxative.
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fl HOUSES, M if I
M BUG
(( And all kinds of Plantat
/) ? IIMIC.
\i ^ Barb Wire, Buggy
)) Dash Boards ready for 1
(t ? crs ;inc^ Stay Chains, Ci
// I also carry a comjj
\\ 9 GROCERIES.
// ? ^gj^^Coirie and sG
it o' r* i
({ S\. Wc i
))
K\ '-UN DEI
mmmmm wmtmmmommmtcmmmmmmmmmsmmmmm in
From Six Mib. ;
I will try n11 and send in the! 3
mows from this section.
Health of this community is very \j
good (it present. w
llov. M. L\ Miitlieny closed his so
rioa of meetings at Six Mile tho third fef
Sunday. There was a great duiyl of, \
interest manifested, and we If ope.
much good done. 4 ? yf,
Rev. G. B. Nalley filled his regular < ' &
appointment at Mount'Olivet tho 4il? ?
i ! V?
Will Pilgrim quietly broathed h.s ^
lust nt tl^e home of his brother, A. !
II Pilgrim, on .buumry 22ml una his | ^
ne.nmins were lui.l to rest thu foil nv- t
ii'h-- -.r .Alnti uiitivb.i. i ,
Chili lio Evans hns treutotl himself i
18 to n iiiiW too bujri/v. i \
iv ,
Clifton Woodson bus ??on> to I'ifk- I
iiifi to ntte::el t-chool. Ilo visited J
luinef oiks Saturday nnd .Sun lay. I
j. 'Iht' fur mors of this community I
nrc busy hauling ft i tili/.. i s and the
rondh nre getting bad. ' '
s The guano men nre he-giunin-r *o ')
, have* plenty to do this time. The wr'
farmers are going into cotton head '
over heel:'. Tlio 15 cent enti<r>n \vi! ioia
, make the firmer buy more} costly ' <n
, fertilv. rs than he will be able t > paiv ii
for next fall. The* fm-iiw.r will >.i ... .
most his ohm land in cotton :ti.<! >
i IkCXt i ill col toil will I'O 7 \ Is u;|:l II, ,1
( coin 31 '25 per Imslii'l or hi no, mi I i'j^
iho poor ol.l farmer \\ ii !> cnii;;! , hi
with his coat nil'a^iiiii. run
Now is the time of tlio v? :?i* to <i ) < -ov
, your plowing and thinking, and be
, sure t.) |> 1 :t111 plenty of corn a:i<l t hen .\|j.
raiso nil the cotton you can. 1*.
; Tlx io has been more sail ab>u! f\
tut lio;;s since ho<; k Hin?{ turn- t?ii(
that. wo ever heard of before, liluni ir vis'i
.Merch killed a ho?.( rctutlv that net- iii^i
toil him *140 pounds
I now just want to say a few word* ' |!((V
in regard to tlio country grave yitrds ' )r
oi bur\in<? grounds which 1 hav.i i.o ' ,
ticed i?t < 11 lltii't nt churches* which are' ^
V., .1 i;n-m r.Mi-ill ?)(glt'CU(l Ulll IIH f:^, '
eared for. I have seen grav< s with " '
tin: hnid iind ft I. it - tonics f^iloti (kiwii
ami tiio graves waslu-d down l*ve',
;11 <I could hardly fell that their whever
a "rave I hero, and 1 have known '-"''i
graves to ho onlirely lofit. Why t,<l"
can't poop o icf-p ct tho (load enough HOm
to round or luuun I up tho graves M
once or twice a year and keep up tho ' ph.'l
g? av*8 th it are unclaimed for no 0110 tsecti
l<i ows where his or her body will he last
laid, and how their graves will ho j|
cared for. Thou keep the golden
rid and do as \ou wish to he don< I>? . (p j
Go 1 will l>!< ss those that honor and
reen? ct the do ul. Cony.
Jan. '29, 1001. [,
(f u
She Wore Sevens. ix-r >
"All." sighed the hopeless lover fond- tl.inl
Jy, "such a char little hand! And to ?lui'
think that I may never hope to huy will
nnniher sixes for it." h. lit:
And she accepted him on the spot. lulio
"
Use For 'Em Then. f vrift l
When days arc cold and coal Is Mgh (hat
And prlco of food In mountainous, Tom
When 1)11! collectors pump one (Ivy
Anil money lonncrs make u fuss, ''If-Tt?'
fount
When things are looking mighty blue fthlv
And prospects slim to raise tho (lust, hin'l
A chap could uso a trust or two
If lie could find a man who'd.,trust.
I'll! II
I tl'uilli
She Was an Artist. j af^ K(
"Mis. < in I >1 >1 > says that sho.mnkos It | <*r<?\V
n practice n<>t t<> talk about lior neighbors."
ttci li
"She ?l(?os not linvo to pruotlce any ' 1
more. Sbc; Is tin expert."
-J a i
Sure to Do It.
Keep fi stiff Utyper Hp .
Whin you mako a bluff; \'|| lli
You're trolley don't slip, ('(i (
And you'll land the Bluff! cich !
how'h thin?
Wo oiTrr Onn llnn<lrc<l Dollars liewnrd ?
*
ii.r ;iny can of n?at i )i tliat cannpt l?c ,
cured I?v I IhII's Catarrh euro.
F.J. (MIKNKY& < o .Tolodo.O. jd?
Wo, lli<? undersigned, havo known F?
J. ('hdicy for tlm lint 15 year*, and be- ,^235
lleve him perfectly lionoi ali|i> in all l> imnot
? transaction* arid financially al>lo to
cany out any obligations made l>y tlioir ""jlflK
^ ^^Kinuan & Marvin, VVholomilo >
>,* t ;V'n !n,,r,nH!,y
kvhUmh. Tustinionial-t
7Rc. Ih>HI?.
^..Id bv 11-11'..
I,., , V,"
aiv thd nnnM^k $ a
Pr.- ra t)h>
i v.
WSECMBZTXaaSESGtaS^M
V J *
liners r<
)
mmmnaaBamaf warn ?? ? iwiwi
(-J i i:s, wagon
i-1 i\!lN loss and
?2>spra0 n irj U Ufc'irtWj gpfia*
? I f! I <r I580
H 63 L^lUB # KifflW &S3E8
ion Supplies?CllKAP FOR
Poles, Shafts, Cushions, St<
use, also Post 1 In]" 1 >;;_^crs,
itlery and ev rytiiing* in J5AI
dete line of DRY (iOOl)S,
e me and we will save yon m<
CARTE
LIBEFlTi
I-BUYS?umh:U-SI:LL
1 R. C. Mi
(At I')uk?i Oi
v Four-nml-onc^htilf miles e:isl
7 nortI) of 1
?; .... l>e<ll(M
^ ..Genera! Me
? Handles nothing but the bust <>
! price
^ can km v t'loni moiwv.
^ Mrs. HaLtic Craig i?- with
Pirulor Dots.
I ll'' health ol' 111i? <: innuinity 11:?s
( ! I (i n belli r !li mi :it L i/ present
ting.
'cV. W. (3 Si ahwi ri tilled Irs re<jr
:imi ! > t >? '' " ' ''
, , ........ IV, III \ I II Utl'il I in1 ''l<
1(1 ay and Saturday hef ro. x(<
iit-r- m an i:* s11 .si rinon t > an
lltive C >li!.'!' ion.
!r. "li'.i I" )a!e :n 1 i.'-.iiv
u:d fiiim ti :s t>ieli?t) (lu?\n mar
i;?M siii'.e. We it;.,rot. very l.ucii
sueii a . .n I n< i?hl>o:. We
lib ii lilv c liiiiioiul I'ncli) I > t'.i .[ |
k" lici^lll'O! K |
h--. 1'. 11 Purler at il daughter, j
is \ t f-ln, vi>i'.( il at t 'lib lioinn ol C). '
I'k 1 <! s'Uiic !? \\ days sine
1;. C-f.l llister, li t; i Hiciei.t
In r at j'\eivc Mile school,
iitl .Nili-s Af Field a tCw j
lit* ??". I
I ! Mall i? S|i wit it iti :1 family
i' li>o\ ?"1 I. i I i lit fit I'iti lii- : f !;; 1 ,
ii ivtslcv. \\ u fjlaillV \M ii-oiiiC
I. l?tr|{. ' '
i.f. UiiJ't Towns, i t 1 [i'licit i'al Ii, ;
, has ptircliasi (I the I5.:<1 li'i'/s j
pltlVO SilM 1 II.' veil to it. \\ < \m 1- !
v him ai.il his wife to our siclion.
its. Charley Ciiii.li.--s ami (hiu<;li
Mi.^s hl!i<, and Miss Wslu I'or\isit??l
ltlalivis in Anderson
I! lilllO Il}(.).
ins Y< ta Childnss, ail accotn;( (!
\oun / la ly <>1 tho Ciokb lion I [
on. worshinn >1 ! ? I .< >? i ' 1 '
, -- -j | < <ii \>"ii ov/4 vi viilll I'll t
4th Sunday.
t l!i), '*( >1< 1 I am hack f:'
t ; I didn't k> fiii tfti i |ia.-si?j.{ >}
t on Prof. .1 I! (iar
but what 1 Wciilil ?,'? t hiick. Now ^
i coiupliiiK lit on his daughter,
I.ula. 1 really thii k she is one j
le most hcantiiiil y< nnj* Indies n I
Now "Old Kiddie" don't "
i I will 'enve for pails unknown
pas.-onj^ liii.s compliment, ii>r I
innko inv \i-iI i rut your section j
cfon I), to h hh my ^rcatfst ( .\|hc !
lis ill ( not hlighti'd i ji
iu have heen t< liin;/ your l?i^' I
?..i
ir*i/11* i;ui n row i ill loll one jj
I think will defy coni|H>tilion J
I'oiter of lliis M'clion, wliil j
illfj 1)18 KWC( I poluti ( 8 las-1 full, a
1 olio with ei^ht nils comfort-'
housed in it. 1 didn't question 1
as to the ?>i/.o ot th. potato, hid 2
isa thr.t if he had meiiHiired tiie 8
inference mid {(iveli it for the 3
i ter il would h.ivo hceu as largo f
jino of the oid>hago hen.I that [
in your mction. j
shing tho many roadcrs of tho
uel Journal much aureeHR.
\i
mwiujiUili > IUW,
). 20, 1904. I
To ('tire a Cold in One Day
l/ivitiw Kromo Qui nine Tablets,
leftists refund the money if it f.iils
H W. (Jrove's signature i? on
k>x Sfto.
(ji
Ann fending n nnd de*erli>lt'>n mny
y imoorlnlu our opinion fruo wlioilior nn
Ion In protinlily pntOlltAbjo. ConiiininlcniricllyooiillilonMiil.
HANDBOOK nn l'iilont? Chi
oo. O'rtO't ntonoy for eociirmif pntcnl*. i,k?
ntn tiikou ilironuh Miiim \ Co. rctolve j,, ?
nottcc, will-out chnrxo, In tint
tfit - tit
:iemmc Jiinemm | M
llaomAlT llluMrntn<l wo^hlf. l,?T<r<wf. eir- S?J
rti of any Brumi itlc litiirmil. 'i'onnft, t? ft JY*
four months, >1. Mold by all rowjdwikir*. uk
IN & no.36,0'oi>dway' New York ' |
noli UlUoo. t.ii K Sc., WnthlDBlou, O. 0. K
WL?jM
^Sfpp
i
)!low ! I 1
i I I I M III ! >! Ill //
S A D D LES. |
CASH OR ON //
? y-,
Trill Aprons and ^ \v ;
Tongues, Stretch- " //
ii)\vA i?I]. <m \S
NOTIONS AND ^ ^
oncy. ?
-D | !
lR, \\
o. //
/ V! i aT^? 1
UIjLUIH. |
d .Stand )
^ot and four mill's Jd
' in.... im
rchandise,, |
f k 'Ovis and at reasonable AT
' v- C-: 1 to givo ni'.' a cull. I fy
>ae and uU wslit -vou- j) j
HMjlglili
:; HBALTH
' ?
"I dou't tfci::5? CO' Id kuop rf
lm-no Ml'.!. :\i Tk-.-dford'H U!a?:!c- V
J; UrjiifChl. Wo h::"o uaod it i'i tho ^
lf\ (ftniiiv foi o two yoars wttb tho j]
lit I nl r ! i.i t l.wi a 5
[j, doctor in t'i) ous<> for llr.t I. .. .'.ill jl
11 of i mo. It i.'i n doctor in Usui? und S
ttl v.'un lo i xk a pur son well 3
and svppy/'? JAMIOO IVALL, Jack- 3
j ]i< .uiso this irrr.it moi'lii'ino s
rfli'.'vs stomach pains, fmv? tho ij
ij consti).? ! il l .iwi 1 an?l inviyor- 2
'j at'.'.-; t!i<- torpid livor uiul veuk- I
?' cnc.l kklueys |
is :v ir\ in the homo vlicre jjj
4 Tl: 'if.'' Hhii'k-1 fraught in Bj
"?1 k-'iil. i amiiie* living ill lilt* Si
5 c'p'ii.try, miks from any iu\>i- ia
3 ciitii, i.: ' ! :een k'-pt in health R
2 f .r yai> v-.'-i this iin'li< ine as ru
y t.. ir only <1..> '.>,r. T.iotit.-*rd'ii U'
* li'un k - I 'raiiu'lit cures bilious- ?
3 ni , ?ly -1 |> ia, colds, chill* and ft
'} fever, I'A<1 blooil, h'-:iil.ie!i08, R
*1 diiirrlnea, eonstipati a, e lie g
i and almost every other ailment Ej '
i i>.the stOtiiach, bowels U
1 iv< r and kidneys so neariy con- |j
trol the health.
iKI!W. II
i m h H fi ht i
ijiu^u^^sssi-aisc-mav
fc&N WE INTTRESTTOU^
-i..--.^T\is % I
i '-Jjl r '? * - *. *- > r Fv <*
2Wfcli # i
H?GE IMPflOVfcD LOC.-DEAM I'
SAW MH.I .91
WITH THE
heacock-King variable feeo Works .<
IT CAN'T BE BEAT. 7
Write "Tin* MuMilnorv Pooplo" for i>r i? i - L'
w. i?. c.niHES (a co.!
COLUMBIA, S. C. jj
e N O I N i: S . BOILERS. COTTON OIN5 J
. TMt amnt s poor?nir shingli ???cminc /'
Mmnacnff?17 "
OK J. H. BURQESS,
..DENTIST..
(Venison College, S. C.
Friday nml ttalunlay. All Woiu
miantced.
.
Nolle) <>l I Ifld I Sri I li'iitonl, i j,
I will nppU' to .f, II. Ne\v!?cry, 1*? ? n
U? .1 IlllnrA fi? llwi Ol\fl? .1 ... i-1
.... .i < t>i r cm
1904, for ft -l'niril Holtlrtinrnt of tl ?
utinf Amlrmv Audits n, (5 ~
( to h.' tlisnuKHod us A?!iniiiisiiiivNj^
UVxus Audi VKon.^^k
fun (20w4. AdminiKtruti ix. ^ (-|
io lloMi I?r< 'script ion Tor 1) n '(
Itiriii
Uh hiuI Fever In n foottlo (if Ciuovic a Ta< tv /
m Ciiii.i Tumi:, II In hIiii|>)/iron hiicI iiii ill '*/(>]
, tnsielCHM f orm. No euro /in p?v. I'rl<*? ft f.
? Xli<* bifrntlflei lh? fi^lr*.
uAn?'' ijfflHnP< A luxuiiuitl ffronlh.
f to Hc tor ^ \\ot* I
JBw vTr; ^^Km
JlfST RECE1
Another Car of thos
Mitchel - Wj
A lew reasons why they aro better than at:
Because
Tlii'ir immense home demav-d is fur tlic
l?n liuilt, price being a Hecondary considc
itv, knowing full well that often one or (
added to the cost of building a vehicles
to its intrinsic value.
because
MITCH KM. & LKWIS hove millions of
to work < ii, probably the largest and be
the world and could handle any cln
chenpea than any other concern, but for
have built to only ono standard?that t
Because
Tho company builds only Wagons, no I?i
They o i ]>loy only one kind of labor, on<
build only ono grade of work. No 8econ
Southern grades. They are all branch
whether of tho lightest one-horse or tho
aro tho name as to material and workma
Remember
There is something besides "Pure Conn
MITCHKl.Ii Wagon: There is fainib
theic is honesty of purpose, there is a li
there is ample and eany capital to carry
1 "termination that irrespective of mere
MLTCII 10 LL "A< 1 <)N shall always r< n
OF THE ROAD."
Folger & Thornley, s
Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Gents Furnishii
[ NOTICE!~
Klberta Peach Trees, 15
month Rocks, Red ltaspfoei
Kali's for Hatching a Spe<
inquiries promptly answei
for Circulars.
Geo 1
c r
^ om .:?? A\IUIO.I-MS
s ,.. .?, puoq 1?> run !>!<> AIM! .,
V ^ A -V. -S V, ! ... r.m
1^ ? ?? o.ioiiI, -1
^l> ,UI'1 ' ' .!O.J AJ1.U1
*. r.1 ..-.ill
. |jf spUOMlU,
v. *)|SO<l??p
W ill 1 ?e in town and taring yours.'
pcrlcct LIFE LIKE IM lOTOGRAPl
rn i:>ij > a \ i?n<i wisr>:
'< "/~.y'v '///./. . ///// //j'y.^r^y-s-s/s'/^'/''.
r^? a n g
lU ^ ta <1A y^v "
nrbi Ax Ld
OF TII1? SALE F(
< iotliiiiu:, Shoes, ilnls and (icnts Fi
.../Tho I)i x io ! iargai 1
The goods must be sold at or under
.novo the 10th ot next month, and I can'
of everything now, we will sell you wher
iwn price. Don't forget the next few d;
\Ye have | r? Trunks must be sold ;
Come all, dont forget to get your
leave.
DIXIE BARGAIN I
Freeman Building. Lo
fcO?I miW?l aWWU??W?
Wr Havii Lharn
Kverybody learns something each
learned that tlu:re is a lot ol dillcreiK
we have learned how to select the be
lor our customers. Take lor instance
....caxnl'l) goc
Canned (ioods are not always wl
nriglit labels i'.in cover very poor <[u;
to it ill at only reliable goods get into
GROCER IE
\\'\i SKI.L NOTHING 1UJT Til
People who buy a dollar's worth of
had better have two market baskets,
groceries away, oh, no, but we have ?
in*4 dollars that is appreciated by our
Mrs. K, L
.gehebhl qeph
mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmamm
{\ IA\ K oJ>ciii(icl up a General I'
building formerly occupied by W
to the Big Store, where I am lu
air, mend o^fix Clocks, Sewing Machin
istols, Tinware, or in fart ???<?:
V, tnui^ II^CUI
New parts lor all of above, if not in st
n short noticc.
On hand plenty of goocl Machine an
line Needles, l ubes, Tires anil Wheels,
>o numerous to mention. Call and see n
ince you 1 "can make good."
Several second-hand Sewing Machine
leap price.
^ Your patronage solicit
(wu also repair your etovo ad 1 mhjM -v
ill Produoo in piyment for w M
agonsz
iy other wngon:
' i
very boat goods that can
'ration us against qual,wo
dollars judiciouely
vill add $5.00 or $10.00
dollars of cheap cap
8t equipped lad or
ss of poods a* ch<
over FIFTY ^
ho BEST.
iggie.s or other si
e grade of mater
ds, no faucy bran
Ml "MITCHELL,
heaviest log truck,
uship.
nercialism'' Viftncl the S
' ''riifct^roputation, fl
Id t: experiouce, MA
I
i in 4 mors ARCH j
.OLE AGENTS.
Goods a specialty.
> * El
^ poijsodv I
l!H<>p V .ISO) I]'.1
oouuip r-'i'l'V
uoq) *'5 v
ms st: vlUg- , H
.HlUI.T.lAon , 'vl
,1.1 so.->ri?l ^ ||||
V"' A -r
J jr-11 rj-%. X. m
st Calflj
>r b||
urnisliiiii>* (iioods uB?
i House.... JH
COST. We have to^B
t mention the prices H
UwiAsfli
i \ r/M i ~
HOUSE. V
uis Copel, Pr<
nay <>L slretch- Hy
customers.
. < uroton:!
'c.pair Shadfijffiw
ll^^|
ing^l
ock, will^
i\ UicycleH
besitlcsJ?
i<;, a tripe
s to clisvfl
ted, ' m
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