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| .d Seatlasl-JournaL
Happenings o( a Local and Personal Nature.
Bb ?A. poor fence runkoa bad neighIk
bora.
?Milk cows for Bale. Ivy M.
MB Mauldiu.
V ?W. T. McFall i8 oonfined to his
H ' room Buffering with his foot.
--All Ibo stores will oIobo strictly
ftt G o'clock after May 2nd.
^ ?-Several interesting oommunicalions
wore crowded out this week.
?Long, doep, regular breathing iH
the best lung-preserver in tho world
?Lumps of unslaked lime in tho
cellar will keep tho air fresh and
ur<*.
?ltev. W. C. Soahorn will preach
^oanoke school house next Sun
I lock. ?
Richardson, colored,
liiug school at St
lUSt.
sthor Sit ton Hud Faoi
Easlev, spent Sunday
wiui i.^.oo| A<JUie Hiott.
-^ Born unto Mr. and Mr?. Ilenry
? /Send ricks, of Rock, S. (J , a lino 1UV
~ j -
piuim f^iri on 1110 1 illi lU8t.
?It. C. Carter has received au
othor large shipment of corn, oat*
and hay to go at rock bottom prices.
?The candidates had bettor hurry
up and announce, for after the 23d
of August they will bo barred from
running.
?Mr. aud Mrs. Walter White of
Audersou have been on a few days'
visit to tbo family of Mrs. N. E
Thornloy,
?Clean out tbo feet of the horses
after tho day's work is done, tuid
you'll not have 80 much troublo with
their feet.
?Stnte Constable J. Henry Grady,
who has been stationed on duty in
Charleston for some time, is in Pickens
on a visit.
__TV A 11 1
?.. >. jiittiuiuw (JIUUJWL UU I
-^ihorc mi Uia tf&ct regular day, but
will publish Inter u card as to tho
time lie enn conio.
?Tho wife of Mitchell Clmpell,
of tho Crow Creek section, died last
Thursday. Further particulars could
not bo obtained.
?Mrs. Jnnios P. Caroy left for
Georgia Friday on tho receipt of a
tolegraiu nui.ounciug the serious ill
oteBS of her mother.
1-^Tho I\. of I'. lodgo at l'ickens is
in flourishing condition, and is at
tradting attention and favorable coin^lont
from neighboring lodgos.
Tho finishing touches are bein?
beautiful homo of Mr. Hen
It is ono of tho most
58 in tho up country.
n tho second Sunday in
' 1 _ # ? 1 <v? -
'ituuj ui mo ouiciatWSm
B. Holder, Mr.
1 of Pickens.
) holds ft (jfood
)sfc End Drug
|HH ponding a fow
1^0 i Pickens.
d rod of John
? .. beyond the
-..o iiile camp ground, died
..ist odnceday, after a/very short
|H /
VT/ ?Mr. and Mrs. Win. (Smith have
B gone to housekeeping- in Pickens,
lniviug moved Tuesday to tho Eiirlo
cottnare recontlv vncftt?<l i.v t.
W 13ivin8.
H ?Tbo Sentinel-Journal is pub|il
lifibed for fill. It is devoid of flattery,
i frunk in its statements, practical in
m it it advice, rich in variety, fair in its
I arguments.
?J. McD. Bruco was token Biuldenly
ill Saturday and bas been
" *>. lie is reported bet'
10 for bnu a
.4* til.
Mrs. D. J. Carter, who
.1 a vmit to tbe family <J
ihiimore. i-nhim/wl ?** I
I. Atlanta, Tuesday. Miss
Aabmoro accompanied thora to
wbere 8bo will spend several
fiAiting.
Federal court convened in GreenMonday
morning. The follow
'ii8 from this county are in
e ix9 11 B. Henolnjf^n
tfA born ley, grand
iiui V^k/Jjoon and W. L.
i* announcod for
ill' this^^fccV/^ id will noon be
amontr tbe bovs )onlnn?* ?ff""
- \ r-> ",rl
Ididacy. lien is n whole-souled
,iOw, Ihih m/ulo ft K<jba coronor, and
elected will mnko ooe of tho best
iicriffs Pickens county hns ever bod.
? Fridhy ovenin^ ft bnso bid I team
ftnsley crossed bftts with tho
\6f," tho graded school juvoicam
of this place, on the PickUatuond.
The score stood 7 to 5
or of tho Buntftms. Some explays
wero imulo b tho Han
Tl.? n.A
* mo pifilo of the
I instant, we learn that ''Mr. Jaw.
*oy, of Pickens, ono of tho most
Miod lawyers in the State,
".88 the law class of the
olina College today, his
ig 'The Mission of the
ylor will bo in his stu?.
nitons <>ti May 3d ami 4lh,
to make the bent likeness of
hat you ever had takot). He
" ne8 and enlarges pictures,
in Ilia linn ?>nn ?%??'! ! ?
w ^ UUIM
I .lone to the quoon's tQBto,"
n to jiim.
-Tho members of Keowoo Lodge,
79, A. F. M., ftro looking to the
oliehroent of a chapter at this
> aud to Hint oiid are circulating
>n to the fsi?t<r lodgca in the
mo in and join with them
0 up the chapter. All who
i tako the Royal Arch degree
v, whothor they belong to
lorigo or any other Ma
tho county, and arc
lpin^ to establish f
tlio county nre earnestly
M 'Wo fnot l??t communicatee
* s)ir?'"? e, in Pickens
targe.
? G9 to II. O. Carter for corn, oats
aud Lmy. ?
1 K
?Novor expeot to grow good crops
from poor eood. (J
?13. T. McPaniel has returned t
homo from Columbia. J
1
?A pinol\.of soda stirred into milk h
that is turning sour will raako it
sweet agnin. ?
I)
?If you want tho boat buggy or 1
wagon for tho price go to It. C. Oar- Jl
tor, Liberty. Sold for oasli or on p
tiino. e|
?We learn that a Mrs. Alexander, ^
an nged lady living iu the Mile Greek ti
soelion, died on Monday, but further
particular nrounobtaiuable. 851
01
?The regular communication of di
Kooweo Lodgo, No. 79, A. F. M., HI1
will bo hold on Saturday night, tho
23d inst., for work in tho second and n]
third d'.'giee. A full attendance of bt
the inoinbers is desired, and visiting oj
brethren cordially wolcoined. ^
?Wo direct your attontion to the in
ad of Mrs. \V. 0. Willard, milliner,
u? Libortv, which appears in this is
huo. She carries nil of the latest
croutions in hor lino which are shipped
fresh each wook from Now York
and if you need anything in this lino
do not fail to call. _
?Several communications have
boon received too late for this issue,
but will appear next wook. Wo appreciate
the into rest our oorrospon- .
dents aro taking iu furnishing us
with tho happenings in thoir various
sections and wo thftuk them fur their
kinduess. Their weofcfy letters add *c
much to tho readability ofyhis paper.
?Wo direct your attention to iho tc
ad of Miss Nouo Thomuson, tho loading
milliner of Greonville, which ap <
- iu:_ : rni '
i^'um viocnuciu iu una l^auo. alio j
latest novoltios of tho day. I\Iilli- jt]
nery creations of tho great market w
ceutres havo boon put in stock by ^
hoi* and arc now ready for your in
spectiou. If in need of anything in
her lino call on her.
?Manager It. II. Ouretoo, while hi
attending to his duties at tho oil
mill on Monday wag stricken with 0(
paralysis of tho liearl, and has been
in a precarious condition sinco, but j
wo aro glad to stato 'that as we no
to press ho is repWtiftl a* somewhat
improved. Wo join with his friends ?
it) tho hope that under tho skillful
treutmont of his physicians ho may 0H
soon bo out again.
--Don't fail to read tho ad of tho Qr
Hobbs-Hendorson (Jo., of Greenville, |(
to bo found elsowboro in this paper t
This is a splendid firm that livos up^**
to its advertiseuianto, ti.id when you 1)(
go there you can rost assured that
you will bo troaloil right. (Jlimnco '
Lathem, of the Dacusvillo section in "
with thorn in tho clothing depart 11
inont, and will ho glad to soo nil of
hia Pickens couuty friends.
?Last Wednesday ovonin r a gamo to
of huso ball was played on the Pick- br
ens diamond between a team com- or
posed of K. of P. boys and tho town
hoys. At tho close of tho eighth
inning, for the K. of P'h , a difference nn
^t 11 -.1 i -i ?i-- *
'Jl JU311IIUII IWlWl'UIl 1.11(3 two I
team?, and tho l:\toaea8 of tho hour to1
nu
caused tho gum? to stop. Tho score ex
stood: K. of P.; 8; Invincibles 8. nn
Could tho game have been played out Hi
the Inviuciblos would huvo had a few I
more runs put down on tho score I
board. There will be another gutuo w>
between these teams this week. G<
fr.
?Wo tuko pleasure in calling your ll},
attention to tho advertisement of J. Re
Thomas Arnold Co., Greenville, S. u,
C., which occupies half of the fourth a(
page of Tho Sentinel Journal, this ju
week. Bargains in new and np-todato
goods are offered our rradors,
tl.w ?.;n a~ ...~u - -
viivj nil! vtKJ U|J II | i
Tow, Mr. Arnold in a good buninosH
man, and by an honesty of purposo NV
and fair dealing with bin customers
bus built up one of tho largest trades ax
of any merchant in the Piedmont ij(
bolt. Ho will tell you tho whole w
truth about his goods and will only 8(
ask you a rnnBonablo profit. Try nN
him on your next bill and say you saw
bis ad. in thin nnnnr
_ 4.1. hi
?lion F. Parsons is still in tho M
hospital nt Groenvillo, but will get
out by tlio first of May, or soonor. bi
Ben says ho n^ver was treated better
in liis life thhn ho has been nt l>r ' 1
Black's sanitarium?-best of medical
hIuII and erea^neftt, pretty and w?*U ol
trained nursos who look carefully af- hi
tor tho comforts of tho patient-, and
withal a homo-like comfort is attached
to 'eveiv department of the hospital.
r;!o advises all who havo to Jpmvo
home for treatment tn on to TV
Black's sanitarium. Wo oan endorse C
nil Bon nays. It ia ono of tho best f"
kopt, well appointed, ami moHt nn to<lato
sanitariums to be found any. ^
whore, and Dr. Black is as good a i,,
Hurgoon ns can bo "found in seven i?
States." it
?Luther Lesloy, a son of B. F. p
Lesley was in Piokens Momky. J>u- e)
thor wag born and mined in this
tnum Inai'iii/# t. l _
?io?u nuuui. lourioci)
years ago and joining tho {J. S. array.
Ho has been travoling a good deal V(
with his command and has seen a lot 4
of tho world, ami 1u?h hohr throe ftl
years' sorvice in tho Phillipinos. Fur 7
tho present hiH company is stationed n
at Fort Thomas, Km., whero thoy t,
will bo until .July, wliun t/iey will he ,,
transferred to tho Alaskan boundary. 0
Luther is looking well), Ho was v?ry ?
forcibly struck with tho wonderful i(
progress I'ickens has made sine? ha ft
loft hero. Ho will ho on n vi?it to his |,
parents,bolow I?usloy, for tWvJ months.
ho having u furlough for that longth p
of tiuio.
?Col. Jamos Arirjfltroor, of Char
leeton, that doughty old Confederate Tj
warrior, entertainer, lecturer and re- /
co un tour, will lecture in the audi to* j
rium of Chicora Cv>lh<ge, Greenville, \
H. C., on Monday evening, May 2nd. C
Those who hoard him at the rounion f
iu Greenville a few years ngo, say it /
, was rich, and are anxious t/> hear i
, him again, and this iu a most favor- \
nhln nnnni'knnilo - ' "
........ j. xiioiu lrt IltiK Of V
, tho Pickens Daughters trying to got C
hiin to como to Pickens on tho onca- r
, nion of the old Holdiors' reunion horo v
, in Juno. Tho lecture in (iroonvillo S
, will bo under tho aunpicen of tho \
. Nftthaniol Greone Chaptor Duugh C
, tern of tho American Involution, and /
k tho procecdn of the lecturo will bo J
, used to help pay for I ho ntonnnaent \
\ to rovolutionury heroes und heroines \
to Ihjerected on the capital grounds in (
'j Columbia. J
''' " ' :
, I-.'
Notice of School Election. |
IT ATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, )
Oouoty of Pickens. )
Whereas a petition was filed with the
trusteed of the School District of tho
own of Pickens, known as School Diarict
No. 81, on tho lfith day of April,
904, signed by a majority oi the free
imikia in huia uistnoc .ma l>y jv i wo-1
liird majority thereof, playing that in
lection be held to determine whether
onds shall be i&s.ied in the eitin of Hi c
'houeand Dollars and bearing a rate ?>f
ltorest of six per cent;. p?r \nnum, pa* ble
semi-annually, the principal to '/0
aid at the end of twenty years, p tid 1
lection to be submitted to the qualified I
oters of uaid School District in accord
nee with tho recent Act of the Ivgiulau*o
authorizing the same, it is hereby
Ordered by the Board of Trustees that ?
tid election he and the same is hereby
rdered to be held on Friday the 6i.ii
?y of May, 1901, to determine whether
lid bonds shall be issued or not and 1
tat J. AlcD. Bruce, C. E. Robinson and <
'. T. McFall are hereby appointed ,
lanngcro to condnct said election at tho j
ore of W. T. MoFall, and that the polls \ f
[>en at 8 o'clock a. m., and close at 4 1
clock p. m., and said managers shall
jelare the result of uaid election and 1
lake returns thereof to t.hin wfvir/i t?
further ordered that this notieo of
oction bo published for three weeks in
he Pickens Sentinel-Journal.
J. L. Bolt, Chairman. *
J. l\ Carey, Cleric. (
It. 13. Bruce. (
Board of Trusteoa School Dis. No. ol. j
April 20, 1904.8W.
Liberty Dots.
Liberty, S. C., April 18, 1001. |
Cold weather continues. Winter >
lingering qiuto awhile in tho lap 1
spring. 1
Rev. A. U. Drennan was not able t
? fill his appointment yesterday as f
o is in tho clntchos of tho ?rip. I
J. J. Wakoland lost a fine cow yea- '
' ""J " "'" 'BThero
was a considerable nraounl (
f North Carolina boozo shipped bore (
at week ,villi considerable recruit
ig from the dispensary, etc., and
but could be roked together from
io old tield brigade till mixed ond
imbled up there wan Home noso t
ashing iudulgod in on factory Bide, '
id Koino parlies bud to bo taken in
Mid by I lie town authorities.
The farmers planted a good part
their cotton crop lust weelt. (
Rev. A.. It. Drennan has moved j'
f/* flirt HAI1I lltrtfn .
v?-?v u?u iajc*UOU.
Mrs. O D. McUravoy has raovod
ber now re.sidenco.
a
Tboro ia still some poaches that t
caped tbo frec-zo. Can't tell much il
>out opploB and pears yet, but in- 1]
cations aro wo will havo a goo.l j
op if no further fro.st or anything
an rlotnnrrno * l?y%^
JV. MMIUW^VO bUUiiii
-W*n>ote that tlio K-isley oorron>ndent
became quito mixed up wiJli 0
ino Und of Buporlluify lust week, 1
ul if ho lmd anything in mind when Jo
) bognn writing ho lot it p.lin, i>h ho j}
iled to nay anything stunt t. Yu'.i j *
ight como around again boiiio tiino
liun you can think of anything. A *
illtlo as my kicks wcro they seem < .
greatly addlo your littlo Rfa-k of ii
ains. Glad my kicks wcro not vigrttl?
xr _ i- _ '
uus. xiii, un. (J. l)
o
"I hove iisod Chdmberluin'fl Rtonuic'i
(1 Liver Tablets with m?Kt sutisfnotory
milUs," 8uyB Mrs. F. L. Fhelps, Iloim-1
n, Tex. For l>iliuiiKi)e.: s I
d constipation tlieso tablets are uiofit I
col lent. by l'irkeii. Dm# Co..!,,
<1 Earle'rt Dm# S'oro, Pickons; and j,J
notor & Pickens, Liberty.
?Tho reported ?i:ieido limt Friday!
is tbnt of ft woman?Mrs. Lizzie *
)oilnnn, She cat no to tliia count}' j.'
oin North Carolina about two yc.u'-j ,
;o. She and her husband had been
paratcd for some titno anil it ii
ought that the brooding over Iht ('
1 happy domestic relations oaun 1 I
sr to take her own lifo. Sho had ],
roateno.l to commit euieido on two \
her occasions. The woman took
jo precaution to conceal horse'f. (
nco her aeparation sho had liv.-d
ith her marriod daughter. While}"
ie daughter find her husband wijh'K
vny at work kouio distance from the |_
mao tho woman darkened her room j
ith heavy quills. llor little grand- ,
in was with her but sho sent him I
vay on an errand and when lie ivirned
ho found bin graudmot!) t '
ispunded from a rope that had b-c n H
irown over the joist. The fright
>ed boy ran to tlie lield and told l.ia (
ther an 1 mother and thov hast, n> l
mio. J/lio uor:?i:or'? 11. (j') ( 8 L sv ,s I
aid Saturday l?y Majjiutrulo C, <i. owlund,
<if Contral, in t'no
r Coroner I'd rHiii! h, in id resulted in a
tiding in rt'tcjrd.ioco with tiio fai ls I
Dtliin:,' Kqiuil to Clinnilierliiin's Colic, <
Cholera itiul Diarrhoea Itemerty for '
Howe I Complaints in Children.
"Wo lmvo UHfid Clinmberlaiii'rt Col id, t
liolora and Diarrhoea Uouiodv in our I
milt. ? " -- ? r " "
jwa jiwiw, miiy.i iyh'h, ?). i>.
' Noderlund", Texts, "Wo hnvo given 1
to nil of our obildra:). We lmvo used <
bur modioilioa for ll:u h uiw pnrpn?), I
ut nover found nnytldiig t>> equal Clia-.i- i
mlaiu'a. If you will uso it an direotod
will nlwuya cure." For Sale l>y l'inkifi
Drug Co., and Earlo'n Drut; Ston-,
ickeas; and Iluntor & Pickens, r^:i?
ty?
(
Notipe of Election.
On petition of the debtors n-d s
>tera of Keowoo pchool district No.
2, mi election ia ordered to be le-'d
t Kcowee church on Saturday, May
, to voto on a apccifiod lovr of two <
ijllw on all property within the din- J
rict. l'olla to open ?t 2 o'clock p.
and cloao at 5 o'clock. The pit s- >
ot Board of Truatoea to act aa mangora
of tho election. The election
) be conducted according to rulea '
nd regulations laid down in achool i
iw.
J3v order of (Imintv Unni'-i
^ A^WdlVI V/I JU'IU*
aiion. 11. T. II all did,
Apr. OwB. Cjtairninn.
| ..Langston & Nealcy.. |
\ (wkst knd-mookk mtand.) //
? PICKENS,*./. C |
p Handles a full line of
\ I)rv Goods. O. t'orpi'ioc //1
atui Produce. cC
i Give me a call and (<C
> be convinced that I can cc
> sell you as cheap as Mr, c<l
> Anybody. Ic
r ltrln({ me vonr l'ritdu(i?i \\
i Will i>?y liliclifitt prloe, JJ
f Cxnli or llurlor, A \\
L of your (tittroimKo aollel* //
r / - '
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Clerk's Sale.
STATE OP SOUTH CAROLINA, (
County of Piokone. \
Iu Common Fleas Court.
In pursuance of Dearetal Orders and
Orders of Foreolosuro made in tho following
(dated oaso and on flle in the
Clerk's ofllco, I will sell to the highest
biddor on
SALESDAYIN MAY, 1904,
at PiHkous Court House, S. C., during
II.? I. I I ' ? - - ' ? U
?..v? ? h"' "uuin i<>r nam, me louowinp
cloaeribed Real Estato upon the termihereinafter
mentioned,, towit:
Walter 11. Hoggs, )
Agaiunb f Decretal Order.
I. W. DuProe, et al)
Til ACT NO. 1.
All thut piece, parcel or tract of laud
icar the town of Liberty, in tho CJouuts
)f Fiekans an<l State of South Carolina,
>n watera of Gulden's (.'rook and con
aiuing Thirty (' )()) acres, more of leos,
ulioiuing lands of Robinson estate, S.
W. Clayton, dee ased, and estate of J.
\dison lioggs, deceased.
Til ACT NO. 2.
Ail that piece, parcel or tracu of land
i) said Htato auii county, near the towi.
)f Ijiborly, and on waters of Goklen'f
3rcok, containing Nine ('.)) ncrcs, mor<
)V 1 i'tjfi, adjoining I *!k1 i of Cliainldin, J.
\ui on Boggs r.ud otli ra.
TRACT NO. 3.
Oiio-thir:! interest in a lot in the town
>f Juih''it,y on South or 1V<-nt Stive?,
ioiilrtiiiii.{j Owe and Ojo-llalf ('lj) acres,
nor > or !u3s, adjoiuing lands of \y. O.
kVillard a'td Mrs. f. N. Smith, and
ioown as tlu< old School House lot.
'IVriiirt n.iuli ?
_ w.^vy A. J IWl V(?0*'| UUliiUl U Ull II
sredit of twelve mouths, with inU'VPst
Yoin il i.v (if sale secured b.v bond of the
nirchaser and a morfgn^y of tho promic.
Purchaser* to pay for nil papers
iu<l for recording llio snme.
The torniH must bo o >mpli??<l with. in
>ii(5 hour or the promises will bo resold
>u sumo (lav.
A. .T. HOQGS, [Sisal. ]
Clerk of Coiut Pickens (Jo.
Clerk's Sale.
5TATE OP SOUTlt CAItOLtN'A, /
Cuuuty of I'ickons. \
Ti> Tl! / I L
.a.la v/v/iuuiv/u .l u'ui ^uurr?
Tn pnrsuauco of Decretal Old era ami
)rdors of Foreclosure, r.uulo in tho fol
owiug stutod case. an I on lile in tlio
Merit's Hfico, 1 will Bell to tho highest
tickler, on
HALESDAY FN MAY, 1001,
t. Pickens Court Houho, >S. during
lto legal hours for s;de, the following
[escribed Tto-d Eslato upou tho torm?
icrcinafter montionod, towit:
r. Mel). Bruce, ) Tmi1?
A gill list V w*
ilnrtlni Hunter. \ Foreclosure.
All that certain pioce, parci'l and lot
? laud in St do and Conntv afori said,
i? Centra! Towualiip, adjoining the lund-<
f John Hunter, Wash fiuuUi', llichard
Iadums mid Mhh Hamilton, containing
Vonty (20) acrcs, uioro or less. "Jt
ioiug tho s iino Sand deeded to mo 1 y
ly father, William Iluntor."
Terms <Mnli on day of : ale. Pur
baser to pay for all papers and recordll<r
I lu> K iMln
Tl)'> terms must I n complied with in
no hour or the, promises will bo resold
n sumo day.
A. J. HOG OS, [Skat,.]
Clerk of Court lMok< na Co.
Clerk's Sale.
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, i
County of Piekenw. ^
In Common Pleaa Court.
Tu pursn men of Dport tnl (3rd rs nn<l
JrJors of ForvfloHiiro ma.lo iti tlio fol- j
nvinpj xtntrd ouso, mul on liio in tinlark's
ollico, I will soli to the liiyli(?'
idder, 011
KALES DAY IX MAY, l')0i,
' Pickens Com! IIouso, S. during
lio logul liourn f<-r ruio, llin following
tv-iei'ibod Heal I'jilidtt i. ><??i the tetnn
erciunftAi* montioucJ, lowit:
V'111'1'1' I ,J iidcmcnt of
Auninst > .
!. \V. St (!. I j. JohiiH >!;, \ oroelosuve.
All that ooitain tmet. n,iv?ml r.v niiwt
f land, lying in I'icKoua county and
Unto aforesaid, l;no\ ii :u<i tho Jdiu'on
iluco, containing Two Hundred and
lixty-Fivo ('20'") aere.-<, more or loss,
living tl?o hounds described in plat
nado by >t. J. Garvin, Surveyor, o i
:'oi'ruary '21 <t. 187 1.
Terms cash on day of sale. Pinvhasfr
o p'iy for all pupor.s au4 recording the
ai.it).
M'lio tonus mint be com pi tad with in
>no hour or the promisor will bo resold
>n S..iao .lay.
A. T. HOOOH, ISeatj.]
Clerk of Court I'iok' im('o.
Pneumonia Milj 1??' i'l.'ii'Mlctl.
If ii (sold lingers, there in ihutgi v of
mcumoniii. If hi grippe leaven liie lunrn
n an iiillitiniul ciunlition, !imrc in {^voitf
lunger of pneumonia. JYev< lit ll-if; fnlal
lis.-iiso by using lty?Ialo's Klixir; it oui:k
iold.H quickly uml leavoh llio throat awl
utig.s Hound. It iHt.Iiolusi le iuvlv fur
Imt peonlinr inllimcil o unl lion of the
ungi that po frequently f??I!? \va hi grip.
Lhm .oioiititie thr-at ai;d I*:u
liKiilv is a H.ifo rnmi ilv !.?> % .... .1
>M, ill nil throat h:<1 lung <li?;!u.s *.
Piokoin Prng Co., Pickens; W. A.
ih' Kli)i), Irhcrly.
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
A nnounienieutx for ( on^re . i.um for i!>.o
1*11ir-1 ('oiiKrvssiiiiinl District mid for Kolii-ltor
'rotn tllO l'.i?hlh .lutll"lnl Circuit, t.nil for nil
lounly ollh'i's will lu> inserted under thl< Itendii!<
fr ?m now until the rrlinury i*i ? ii<?;i for the
in m of i'l V K i>.>l,Ij,\ its,?'ti.sii. ut ihe tinu' the
lotlee Is hiind" ! In. No <|ovlnlton from ml*
11 lo will hi' inn.In.
For SIih 1 ir.
I hereby announce myself a candidate for the
>nw < of Slierill' of IM< kens county, mi hi co I to
hp action <?f tho HaHJoeriitle |>artv in tin- I'rinary
election. . K. I St A NK I.OOl'KK
'I he ninny friend* of A. .11:1'I*" \\ KMloltN,
respectfully utinotinec him (is a i<latlo for
III?*r 11V of PlokoiiH county, suhlert to the action
>f tho n|)|>roi\ohlnK Democratic prjoiary.
1 horehy announce myself a candidate for Uie
iflleo of slit Mil' of I'lrkniM couuty, nuhjc< t to
the uetlon of the Democratic iiarty in the |>rl
ninrv election. .1. C .IKNS'IXGS,
I hereby announce myself a Candida in r,..- n.?.
rjiitee of Bherlft' <>f I'iclfvus county, subject to
the notion of the Democratic primary election.
HEN ! '. PAIJSONs.
for 'I'm itiiurer,
At the solicitation of rt few frie:it|>, hut n.oro
to my own notion, ntul In nccordnnoe \slth my
own denlre, I Announce myclf a candidate for
Trertmirorof Picker* County, iiihjcct to the action
of tho Dginoerntlo primary election
I). MOO UK.
l,-or Mupor vlttor.
I Imro'iv nminimnn -
, . ....... i? < iuiiii(iii(B i<ir rO'
election to the ollW-f! nf ('utility SnperviHor of
i'lcWoiiH county, Mihjeet t-> llio action of the
Democratic. party in the primum election.
I<. I). STKI'll HNs.
For County Comml&?lon?>i>,
Tito many friends of N. ii. MOoliK, respoctfully
announce him n candidate for the oAtco
o( (OmiiilsBlonor of I'lckciiH county, subject to
the action of the voiem In the Democratic primary
election.
Kor (,'nrnner.
Ity the nol|cltatloii ol many frleudx, I hereby
Announce myself a enndldate for the ofllco of
Ooronorof I'lckens county, subject to the iietlon
of |ho Democrat!" voteru nt the approachii?c/
rvriinrti-u ?
Very reapoeifully,
W. A, LARK.
At tho nolloltatlon of many frleiuln f hereby
nnnouiioo niyaclf hm ? ciin(|l<lnte for tho ollloo
of Coroner of 1'tckciiH county, MibjQCt to tho
action of the DomwrotlC piuty 111 tho iM>i>roachiiiK
prlnmry Jilcvtion. J. LtfYl
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' " "' i n n.n , ?fir -j.ir f?iV. nTliAfti
. "TSisiTto
\ rasnionaDle-^^ >
I, Millinery. \
C 110 North Main St. - - Greenville, S. C. j
iiiiii ii ii
WE '
Have J ust
Received a nice lot
Window Shades, Bed Lounges,
Iron Beds, Woven Wire Cots, Bed
Springs, Stoves, Tinware, Crockery ware,
Lamps, Lanterns, and a lot of other useful articles
about a I Iome or Farm, and we invite all to call
on us and look through our Rooms when in town. It
cost nothing for you to look and we tnk<>
~
iii showing you our goods whether
you buy anything
or not.
W. T. M'FALL.
_ i 1IIII1111
Just
? ra^ a A T ^1. ?)
> Another Line of j|j
| WRITING MATERIAL
s of all kinds and prices . j!>
1 _ I
| J cent to |j|]| I
s Another Fresh Barrel of Castor Oil jl
| Just Received. j
\ A Large.Lot of PRATT'SJFOOD hi ;
> Buckets, etc., Fresh and Good. !>
tfyw ffrug
*5:-?rjflQB>A<aur.Ig
,as, am,? hi cuto]
. .5 ?
IT is time to lay aside the old clothes and put on 9
'J new, as the forests are putting on new foilage and the
|l flowers have begun to bloom and fill the air with f
i sweet perfume, so come on boys and get ready for the R
| Hig May Meetings that are so close at hand.
\ Shoes. 1
We can fit you in most any kind of a Shoe from |
| $1.25 to ?3.25. |
| Hate. I
If you want a Straw Mat we can please )ou or if
$ you prefer a Fur wc have a fine line to pick from.
|! For Palmetto 1 lats call on us as we have all sizes.
: | Sliirt?.
j M
Big line of Dress Shirts at 48 cents to nn
I Collars. |
| Rubber Collars ioc, Linen Cotlars 7 to 10c.
Ladies, our line of Spring and Summer Dress
j| Goods is superb. Give us a look. i.
For General Merchandise get our prices for you k
|j can depend on good goods at right prices. Come to ft
m see us.
(Zra. is* Brothp:*-? ? 1
One-Price Cash Store
' ^ JE5S3ZE&''"
Spring & Summer
: -DRY GOODS!I
am now ready with u complete lino of Spring and Summer Dry
(Goods, Notions, Men's nnd Women's Uudorwoar. Hoaiorv
i ' 1 *
i ubmi my nest judgment find years of oxperienoo in buying those
goods, getting the very lowest price possible, and now I propose to
(.*iv? my customers tho benefit of my exporionco and Bell thorn Dry
Goods ?it the
L.Lowest Living Prices...
My 1) iy'hb Goods Fleck is the bent I have ever phown in Colors and!
I Blacks, in a range of prices from 10 oonts to Jf2 a yard. I am showing
'one of tho nicest Black Goods for Summer wear in the market for 50
cents. I nin willing for you to compare my 1 yard wide Black Silk at
$1.25 with any !j'l.r>0 Silk on this market. It will boa savmg to your
In Colored Wash Goods, Dimities, Organdies, Lawns, <fec? we can't
describe them. Can ihow you a big line of tbem and at as low prices
as such pi ices as such goods can ho bought anywhere. White Good*.
Stock is full with all goods and prices. Homo Big Values in Table
Linens, Ribbons and Laces in abundance and will bo kept all Homme.
ho you can pet what you want at any time,
SHOE?. Don't uive mo out on StiAflo cu-^u ~i
_ ukuuil mwnyi uompidio with
aoaHOntvblo goods. Soo ua when you oomo to Qroonville.
A. K. PARK,
| Dry Good'^Stora, Wost End Uroonyille, St 0.
;ww i I ? , ? . . ,
| CLOTHING! f
% CLOTHING! CLOTHING! |
yl Wo are preparing for tho biggest ololliing ^rfedotliiB Spring ?u ff
(/ tho llistorv of niir
? __ ?,?uvw. v/ui inimen8fl|Wlimlo lust full VV , v..
forced uo to buy heavier this Hj ring than over belore and wo Jl
1 will bo iu a position to offer you bettor clothing for tlio price if 1 . jt,
f than wo have evor offered, tlie renBon wo can do this is very yV
simple, wo bought double our usual amount of clothing and 11
i wo bought early before the advance in prices. Wo are buying II
1 from four of the largest clothing coneerns in tho world and \\
I wo handle nothing but first class goods, no job or second 11
f h and stuff, it pays to buy tho best. ft
) We are Sole Agents ?
1 STROUSE & BROS |
jj Celebrated Line of //
I I
Jj Thee? goods havo tho reputation of being tho host fitting gar- My
II mont? imulo, tlie style nnd quality is uusurpassed. Seo uo \?
IV for auytliing you need iu Clothing or (Jont's Furnishings. //
U WATCH FOR OUR SPRING ANNOUNCEMENT. (L
\ Folger & Thornley, (I
II Clothing, Shoos, Hats and Gcnl's
If Furnishing Goods a Specially.... //
\\ pirircw c " ?
^gtf^jBTl fc" tf M> i^ffli%icff'fli'%t"^ fujf
J li 7T MnnTTTTMl
!xj \J 9 JLTJL \j \j LJ .AJ ItJL
(At Duke Old Stand.) ^ j^>
Four-?and-one?.half miles east of Pickens and four miles JB
north of Easloy. B
....Dealer in.... %
..Genera! Merchandise. I /
J8 Handles nothing but tho bost. of goods and at reasonable
g Tho trading public will do well to give mo a call. I A/
B can save them money.
^ Mth. llattie Craig is with ine and will wait on you. gk
^ iljlat is not a fake
WE want to dispose of certain lines of goods, and
to move them quickly will sell
W AT 00?=rr
i,v All of our line of Crockery, Glassware and Bowls and
Pitchers. : ::::::::
$1.50 Bowl and Pitcher to 00 at $1.00, and a proportionate
reduction all through these lines. : : : :
Come early before goods are picked over and make your
selection. :::::::::
TU _ 1 ^ - r
me uesi oi everything and everything the best. "If it is
on the market we have it." Call early and often at
Mrs. Iv. L. Cureton's.
\ r>FiNE Millinery.^
C rrnr-oii
^ rncon uuuub, (p) {ty ARTISTIC rRI
FRESH FROM NKW YORK.
m
J Tho Profit is cut half in two on these gcodn, nml aro
A bought so an to reach here fresh each week during
J tho bodsou. Your patronago solicited.
V Respectfully,
S MUS. VV. 0. WILLAItl),
I LlJiEKTY, S. C.
J.F.HARRIS
flAYR ?! .f\r\v
?uuiv 1)1';1'U1W!J 1UU JUEAP"
9 And yo? will light at PICKENS, S. C. vdiero ho now lias tho Largest
and Most Complete Lino of
J GENERAL MERCHANDISE,
I Ho has ovor earriod. My trado is inoroaaing overy <l^y. Fair Dea'ing ''
I and Honeat Values. Tho BEST of ovorything for tlio least money in *)
I my atlvertiacmont. Never mind tho prioo of >m nrtiolo if it? worth tho
p money.
1...BUY THE BEST...
Of overytbing nnd you will Ij'ftru by exporienoo Hint Tho lit fn tho
olieapest. I' you want nnytl.it r in (ho Morcnulilo T-ino, If you wnnt
t<> b ly a L?ot or ront ft IIoiiko, or buy ft Honno nml Tjot, you wout lone
ftny money by seeing mo before you mnko ft trndo.
Yonrfl truly,
i . J. F. HARRSS,
i t iHt CASH MERCHANT,
I i i< mi I ii mn???i?i? ii . i ii i

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