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Pickens Sesti&el-kroal.
HaDPenings o( a Local and Personal Nature.
v.. ?It. K. Olivor of Birmingham
Ala., is viBiting iet Jfickens.
?J. E. Hill of the Daousville side,
was in Piokons last week on business.
?Photographer Taylor will be in
his Piokons studio noxt Wednesday,
Lot everybody that can attend the
old soldiers reuuion in Piokons, Friday,
Juno 3d.
? J. It. Ashmoro left for Atlanta
last Thursday to spond a few days
with relatives,
?Dr. A. B Wardlaw will bo in
Piekenp, Tuesday and Wednesday,
Ma.y 3lst and Juno 1st.
?Miss Bessie Ashmore is quite
ill in Atlanta, where sho wont a short
tiowj o^o for treatmont.
? M. F. Heater is in Atlnntn, visiting
bis sun, J. Wilton, and daughter,
Mrs. W. A. Gresham.
?Strayed from my place, a black
berfeshiro pig. Re ward for return.
T. D. Harris.
?The Liberty Township Singiog
/ Association will meet at Liberty on
the Sunday in June, 1994.
J. W. Henderson, See.
?Coroner B. F. Parsons made ft
Bhort trip to Groeuvillo lftst week.
Ben is feeling alright; Dr. Blnck has
dismibsod him and pronounced him
cured sound and well.
?There will bo ft reunion of old
soldiers fit Pisgah church, below
Kasloy, on June 10th. J. E. Boggs
will deliver an address. A grent
time is expected.
? J. D. Moore has moved his "c?rnor
storo" back to his old stand in
tho Carey building, whero ho is better
prepared than over to sell groceries
and supply the demand for fresh
meats.
?Claude Heater, who is at work
iu Atlanta, and who has boon on a
visit to his mother, Mrs. M. F. Heater,
and othor relativea in Pickena,
returned*to iiis duties in Atlanta,
yesterday,
?Mr. Allen Duncan carried J. M.
Clements 120 pounds of wheat aud
got 79 pounds of good flour aud 34
pounds of bran, which mado 113
pounds. Mr. Duncan is well pleased
with his turnout, and says ho is going
to tako Mr. Clements his wheat.
?The Fickens Baptist chuicli in
conference, last Sunday, decided to (
build u pastorium on tho lot recently
purchased on (iarvin Btreet. A coinmitteo
consisting of J. T. Taylor, C.
E. Robinson, and Jeff. D. Holder,
was appointed to go ahead and havo
it built.
?E. D. Meaders, who lived on tho
Maj. J. M. Stewart place, north of
Pinkftna. died at hia horn#- Monday i
^ '
morning, of consumption, after n
short illneap. Ho loaves a wife and
several children, besides a host tf
relatives and friends to mourn his
death. (
?Middl^ton Hester, rural mail '
carrier on routo 2, from |l'icckcns,.
han been, apd is still, quito nick. '
His friends hope it will not prove i1
iu.I i.~ ?in 1-- ---? I
QUI IUUO, unit I/Lioti UU Win HUUIl UU Ullt
again. His father, It. A. Hester, is
delivering mail, and a right good
lmiul ho is.
I
?Mrs. C. E. Watson, one of tho ,
Stato officers of the Woman's MisBioBao"f-Juiou
of this State, will address
tho It liof- in tho Methodist
church next Saturdny afternoon at
four o'clock. All th? ladies of tho
community aro urged to attond, as
this wi'l be an interesting and instructive
meeting.
?Tho closing exercises of the .
Pickens Graded School begin tonight
in tho court house. Tomorrow,
(Thursday) Prof. John G. Clinkscnles '
of Wofford College, will deliver an i
address at li a. 111., and at night the
graduating exercises tako place. The (
Pickenq Cornet Band will furnish i
music for the occasion. Tlio closing
rcises will bo the best ever rend
by tho school. 1
Jhmes H. Ambler, a promi
en 6f Pickens county, was
a for u few hours on yeslesday."
Mr. Ambler has j
ost successful farmer, and
tontod tho old District of
tho Legislature. Ho is
vi yeais of uge, and is halo
', and enjoys, in a remarka,
tho society of his many
oowee Courier.
no of bnll between Cen
iiiHt Wednesday
failure. From tho
registirod by tho 1
til in tlio seventh
i and threatened to 1
?)? team walked off
lo not know bnso- 1
read tho rules of
hile we may bo 1
* see why thoy
ed a Moe, smooth
niu *
? ltov. W. Arthur Christopher i
\ preached an excellent sermon in
\ tho Baptist church in Pickens Hunday
night to a large and attontivo '
audience on "Hope." He handlod <
his subject well, nod drow a splendid |
picturo which he colored to good of*
fost with apt illustrations. Arthur
is n splendid young man and will
make a good preacher and will ho a
power for good in his noblo culling.
His friendt* in Pickeus bid him <*od
v apeed in his lifo work.
?It. E. Grandy ha>N finish^ romoddeling
the dwelling ftrytist of J. '
D. HoU'^r, and with the and
shady pip Jefi now hiB one
of the pret'f .. uotnes anywhere in
the county. It is on a prominent
knoll, surrounded by a handsome
growth of oaks, overlooking his broad
and fertile acres, with well tilled hot
toins in fr nt. whi.-h tire beautiful?
grain glowing there thin season,
.leflf ia well fixed, nnd his cuttle barns
nre filled with aleek, welbfed cattle,
making a Atting back ground nnd at
the same time furnish richness for
the soil nnd money in his purse,
l'iokeus oounty couid lenrn a lesson
of thrift nnd economy from him.
Mny his norea expand nnd hia ah Ado w
never grow lets.
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?^irs. E?{a Morgan of Daousville,
is reported 'quite ill. Her friends
hope for he ) a epeljfly recovory.
?Mies Jontt B(>^g0, an attractive
young lady of KfHjey is spending several
days with' berssister, Mre. Dr.
Halluni.
?Mrs. Flora Lathcm of Clinton,
was up a few days last wook to visit
her sister-in-law, Mrs. Ella Morgun,
who is quite sick.
?Itov. D. W. Hiott desires to return
heartfelt thanks to his people
for a generous pounding received 1
Tuesday morning.
?Mrs. N. E. Thoruley will soon
begiu some extousivo improvements,
which will rosult in a modern residence
that will bo an ornament to tho
progressive town of Pickens.
?Drink Red Rock Ginger Alo,
best made. Refreshing invigorating,
healthful. No dopo no alcohol. On
ice at all times at our Soda fountain.
Pickens Drug Co.
?J. Sam Wilson is a bustler; ho
camo to Pickens last Monday, bring
ing six wagons with which to haul
buck shingles. Ho intends making
extensive improvements around his t
home shortly. '
?There will bo a children's day at
Oolenoy Baptist church on the second
Sunday in .June. Speakers have
boon invited and an interesting program
arranged for the day. The
public is cordially invited to attend.
?There will bo a regular commun.
ication of Koowoo Lodge, Saturday
niuht?work in tho third degree.
Visiting brethren from other lodges
cordially invited to bo present The
brethron will tako duo notice theroof '
and govorn thomaelves accordingly, f
?Elsewhere in our columns will f
be found a notice of iho summer I
school for the teachers of Pickens J
county. Pickens county is rapidly t
improving along educational lines,
and it is hoped Hint nil the teachers '
in tho county will avail themselves of
tho opi ortunities for self-improve- s
ment offered by the State. j
?Prof. Clias. Lane lectured according
to announcement, in tho
court houso Friday evening to a largo
and enthusiastic audience, on tho f
subject, "Talk and Talkors." Prof, t
Lane l's an artist in his lino. 'J he
"Georgia Cracker" cracked some
good jokes, as well as a few stale
ones that our grandmother told us.
?Married on tho 24th ioBtant, at '
tho residence of Mrs. M. F. Harris, ]
mother of the bride, at 3 P. M., Miss f
Stella Harris to Mr. Malcomb Johnson
of Greenville, tho Rev. J. W. Shell, of
the Greenville circuit performing the
ceremony. It was a very quiet homo ]
ii* i . . / . e i\ i .
weauiug, oniy a iow 01 uio most inti- ,
uiato friends and relatives of the contracting
parties witnessing the core- (
mony. Tlio happy couple left on the
afternoon train.
?Tlio Libert)' graded unhool will '
hold its closing exercises 011 Thursday
and Friday nights of this week. ^
Thursday night at 8:30 o'clock there .
will ho contests in essays and declamation
interpersed with music. Tlio *
following night will be taken up with
a contest in debate 011 tho following
query: Resolved, "That war is an <
evil;" followed by tho readiug of es- 1
says by pupils completing tho course.
Tho concluding featuro will bo the \
annual address by Prof. D. W. Daniel
of Clemson Gollego.
Commencement Sermon. 1
There was a very largo congrega- t
tion out fit tbo Baptist church Sun- j
Jay morning to hear liov. 1"). W.
Hiott preach the commencement sermon
to tho graduating class of the >
Pickons Graded School. Tho text ]
was from Ivouiuuh XII 1; "I beseech
you therefore, brethren, by tho mercies
of (Jod, that jo presont your 1
bodies ns living sacrifices, *vhich is *
your reasonable service." Tho sub- \
ject of tho sermon was "Self Denial."
Many forceful lessons were drawn
from Biblical history illustrative of f
aelf sacrifico and self-denial, the most t
striking of which may be mentioned t
the recorded instances of tho sacrifice
jf Isaac and tho trial of Abraham in
giving up his son; tho sacrifice of
Paul in becoming adisciploof Christ.
Practical illustrations were then \
drawn from our times, showing tho c
sacrifice find solf-deniftl of foreign
missionaries, holding up tho spirit of
these self sacrificing men and women r
iih being- worthy of emulation. A
btriking lesson was then drawn from (
Scott'a "Lady of tho Lake."
The minister, to rnako his subject
still mure practical and forceful,
narro.ved down its application to the ]
individual members of tho congrega- (
tion, and clearly demonstrated that
what each individual had accomplished
had been done by sacrifice and self- 1
.1... !-l
lilt ll 1111
The fact thot sacrifico and selfdenial
is , ho true measure of great
hoh8 in thih world, waa impressively
and logically proven. Tho scrniom
wiiB a powerful effort and in sure to
bring forth fruit in due season.
Such was the first commencement
sermon of tho Pickens Graded School.
Card of Thanks.
Editor Sentinel* Journal: We
desiro to thank the good pooplo of
I'ickena for tho kindness shown us
during tho sickness and death of
unr aunt, Mrs. Kennemore. May
the richost blessings of God be
given to them all.
Respectfully, }
J. Archie Morris and wife.
The Summer School.
The Bummer School for Piokens
county will be held at Pickens, beginning
June and continuing
for one month. Tho major subjecto
will be: Hughes' Mistakes
in Teaching," Petermon's "Civil
Uovarment" and Wentwrorth's
First Steps and New School. Alge- *
brae. Instructors *nd other sub- 1
jeclH will be announced later.
Instructive and helpful lectures
by able men of tMc Htato will be
J t ' ? ? ]
deliverod during* tbo aetftion. ,
Let every teacher in the county '
attend.
Kespect fully,
K.|T. Ilalluni,
Oo.^Supt. of Ed.
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From Turkey} 1
Luck is work,
And those who shirk,
Should not lament their doom, '
But give their p]aco, (
And stand apace, 1
And let tho other folks have room, t
Fiuo weather for cleaning crops; :
the ground dry, but plows l>oauti- '
fully.
Very littlo rain has fallen hero
sinco tho 1st of April.
Cotton is coming up nicely, and
tho prospect is good for a porfeot
jtand.
The corn crop is in fine condition
and generally a good stand.
Tho light showers of ruin havo
<ept sufficient moisture in the earth
for tho germination of tho seeds
I believo it was Horace Greoly (
who said that the basic principles
>f successful agriculture might ho I
vritten in two short sentences, t
1st, make the land rich! 2nd, koep ^
ho weods down. If tho word n
'weeds" can be construed to mean ^
jvery hindrance to the particular 8
;rop desired to be grown, that ?
vould be correct, but there is more ^
loeded in successful farming than t
mnply ''keeping the weeds down." 8
)very old Granger knows that. n
I guess wo will have a line crop ^
>f candidates to chooso our county
jllicers from. It is somo connola- ^
:ion to know that so many of our b
>ood citizens, both old and young I
iro willing to bo our servants. But '
i?ill Rilvs h? Hnop.ta that, tho HH.Inrr ^
ia? a pood deal tor do with tlioir '
'pattertism,'' and I reckon Bill v
C110W8. *
W. II. Lawrence and wife and 1
ion, Ralph, visited Mr. and Mrs. 11
Liowig Sunday. ^
Tho school election in Hampton ?
icliool district on the 7th inBt., re- >
jolted in the defeat of the special c
ax. Rustic. '
? \
From Rock. 6
Tho most of the farmers aro work- (
ing over their com and cotton, and ^
^ou can hoar tho noise of the hoe?
striking tho rocks in the cotton .
ield.
\X7/^1 I P.Ani? n t\AI1
ti uii) vuny, j t>u vv/iu auuuu liJ^ j
[rishman and the mule, but you (
lever told whether the mulo got
)n or uot.
?
Homo, what haw becomo of you?
You needn't quit writing because j
the gourd was so large.
June Sweotner, your gourd i3
rerv large; I think it would he (
setter to ride in it because it isn't
is heavy as the eleven gallon gourd" j
Oscar and Herbert Jonos visited ^
rasou Entrekin of Prater's, last ,
c
Saturday ':>ght.
. c
W . 1). Hendricks and son, B. F., ^
vent toGroenvillo last week. I
1 haven't soon any candidates 4
cot. They don't seem to l><> in any
lurry coming around. I guess ^
hoy think it is plenty of time yet ^
to hIidw themselves.
Miss Janie Hendricks spent ln?t y
Saturday night and Sunday with
Miss Josio Ohaatain.
v
I see whore Old Hiddlo is right
n getting help to work the roads.
"Jomo again Old Riddle, I like to .
ead your news.
Farmer's Hoy, please tell those
(iris to not let their hearts fail
,heni, and to niako that leap year
rip. Mountain Girl. ^
Central Dots.
We are having some very cool
veather thia week, but ihe days
ire \ory pleasant. A
Health ia not ao very good liore 1
it present. J
The little son of Mr. and Mrs. ^
J. G. Rowland, who has been quito t
11 for aome time, ia improving. 1'
MisRos Julia, Freddie and Janie r.
:&oggs, of Newry, wero the guests r
)f C. C Frieks' family last Sunday, y
Rev. II ollaild filled hin rflonlnr I (J
ippointmont in tho Baptist church 0
a?t Sunday, delivering an t>xcel- ^
ent sermon.
The little daughter of J. W. 1
[lopkina i? quite ill at this writing. 1
The Wesley an tent meeting is 8
>rogro8sinL' nicely at this placo, a
ind will continue until Sunday *
light. Kev. Kinard has preached
lome very interesting sermons. t
Mias Florence Bowen, a charm- ^
ng young la<ly of Pickens, is visit- 11
ng relatives at thie place. c
Mi88o8 Canons and brother, of ^
Lavonia, (ia., are visiting relatives $
lear hero tliis week . c
Richard Brown of AnderHon is '
/iHiting relatives hore this wook.
rl lincin P.mmfv r?A m miaai mnuJ 1'
emember thoy havn't come down
lioro yet to work tho roatls, and if
Jiey don't hurry up and work y
them, thoy won't get many votes 0
tioro. Thoy wer? to ho down here a
l)V tho 1 Hth of March, and thiw is 0
the last of May. i
Mrs. J. H. Balontino has been \
juite sick for tho past week, but a
is improving. Brown Kyos. r
t
Muscles sore, joints painful-rheumatism 0
Sore muscles or painful joints, may
mean an approiuthing attaak of riieuma
Hero. Elliott's Emulsified Oil Iiiuimont
rubbed ou the affected parts will relieve
bo pain and soreness, and prevent
ihoumntism. Elliot's Emulsified Oil t
Linimont is a satisfactory rubbing lint- /
mont for all soronoss, stithies* aud inme- E
ness of joints or muscles. Pickens Prog I
Co., Piokens; W. A. {Sheldon, Liberty e
T ^ F
A Visit to Nashville, Tenn.
On my way to Nashville, Tenn.
[ passed by the fatnouq battle field,
Missionary Ridge. While looking
>ut of the ear window on "the
Moody Held of long ago, it recalled
he fearful struggle between the
Northern and Southern armies,
low many noble young men went
lown ben oath tho deadly fire
Hie roaring of tho guns, the clashng
of Ihe swords, tho groana and
tries of tho dying, the upturned
aces of the doad, wore all recalled.
Phon I thought ol tho maimed
oldiers still struggling on in the
yorld. I was told of one young
nan who went to tho war from
Jliattanooga, who was in that feartil
battlo around tho city, and was
Iriven back by tho enemy until at
list he reached the yard of his f;iher'8
homo, wlmn lin foil nioiv>oi1
, .. ? ' 1*^
>y a ball from the enemy ; how sad.
lany year# have passed sinco then,
ot many of the old vets an loft
o toll tho story of thoir conllict;
oon tho last one of thorn will
nswer to tho roll call up yondor.
lay thoy all bo ready. As one of
ho younge? generation 1 feel iiko
landing with uncovered head while
,n old soldior passes by . May
iod bless every 0110.
At Nashville many interesting
hings aro pointed out to the
tranger. Nashville can boast of
icr institutions of learning. Perlaps
no other city anywhere in the
5outli ean surpass her. Vander>iIt
University, lTnivoreity of Nash- j
'ille, University of Tennessee, Kisk !
Jniversity, I'eabody Normal, Colege
for tho blind, &c. They aro
.11 ~ ~ 1 1 _ J r ~ 1...: 1.1!
k'? 11UC HUIIOUIH ituu IU1U UUlIUlUgS.
rhe State house is beautiful. The
;rave of President Polk and wife,
loar the building, the monument
>f Pres. Jackson, the grave of (Jen.
iwell, the grave of Gen. Carrol,
vho fcerved as Governor of Tennes100
for twelve yoars, aro sill places,
>1 interest.
The object of my vixit to Nashville
was to attend tho meeting of
Jie Southern Baptist Convention,
it was a great meeting, one thousind
and eighty delegates prose:.t.
Ex-Gov. Eagle of Arkansas was re-?
dected president. In taking charge
if the gavel, he said that ho conlidercd
it a greator honor to prolide
ovor that body than to be
President of tho United States. A
iollection was taken for the Semilarv.
which amountfifl tn snmr?tliin<r
>vor $50,000. Many groat sermons
ind addresses wore delivered. Poriaps
the grealuBl day in tho hisory
of tho convention was Moiilay,
when about twenty missionaries
were 011 the stand at onee,
lOine just t/oing out to Foreign
ields, others just returned from
oreign lands to iC9t and gain
trength to go ag.iin. Dr. Ii, II.
Jravos, who has been in China -IS
'ears, was present and made a talfcj
\.ftor tho missionaries had talked
iwhile and the congregation had
ILllO. Mild Tir!l.V(tr fnllniuoil nrnvnp
0? X J W-M VV. I
vhile the tears coursed down all
jheoke, Dr. Willingham, Secretary
if tlio Foreign Board, asked if any
n the congregation would ofl'er
hemaelveg as missionaries to fc?i lign
tiolcls. Many young men and
vonien rose and said they would
;o. Oh, what a time we had.
"Heaven camo down, our souls
to greet,
And glory crowned the mercy
seat."
IJIIU 111 i'aonvMiv; ?# . J.,
Vatkins, a native of South Caro<
ilia, showed nio much kin?liihhh.
Ir. Watkins is a son of W. C.
Vatkins of Slabtown, and a cousin
>f R. F. and W. C. Smith of I0as
oy. Mr. WatkinH lias a nice Im si icsh
in Nashville, and ib making
noney. He went thoro eighteen
ears ago. All his children, five
laughter a, are full graduates'. Two
if liro. Watkins' children have
lie<l in Tennessee, but lii.s lover for
lis old homo caused liim to brine
hem back, aiul they now reBt. near
he old "homestead." "Home,
weet home." May God bless him
nd his lor their kindne&s to ono of
lis Hervants. I). W. Iliott,
P. S. I am under obligations to
hreo of my churches, who, by their
houghtful liberality, gave mo the
uoney to bear my expenses to the
onvontion. The churches conributed
as follows: Pickens,
11.25; Mt. Pisgah, $S.or>; ?S?coinl
hurch, Easloy, $fj.O(); total, $24.JU).
trust I may ho a better pastor afar
having attended such a mootnir.
I>. W. Tl.
Card of Thanks.
Editor Sentinel-Journal. Through
our columns we wish to thank
ur friends for their kind deeds
nd cheering words conforred upon
ur doar husband and father durng
his rticent nicknoB and death.
Ve commend thorn to the givor of
11 good tilings, and may they bo
ewarded, if not in this world, in
ho world to como, where there is
tornal happinoBH and otornsvl day.
Mth. M. C. Wiuthcster,
Lillio Winchester,
Wife and daughter of deceased.
t?k Your l>ritl?r for AIIah'n Foof-Knuo
L powdor foi tho fo?t. It ouro3 Hwollon
lore, H' Culloiw, Aoliinfr, Hwfnting:
Ooi-oh and liunioiiH. At nil Drtift[ietrt
and shoo stores, 20o. Ask t<nl?jrf
jjj ^Soda Water !
{is u good tiling to have when
makes people feel that they ha\
50 per cent of their energy. '1
pensatory, a big medical book <
X\ pages says that soda water
* >' ft "Is ii Kroutful drink ) > *ri!< iinticnt*. i
If mill luKKcniiiK nnusi'ii mid ;n?lu distress
\\ II you liiul your symptoms in
VV arc t<i<'1 infeverish and thirsty,
J) stomach has jmne wront>?ai
// all the rest of you, the cure is at
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)) Pickens Drug Cor
?, u rii};s cc auruonc
S Miss Nono Tht)i
vFasliioiiahlo?
$ \l I]
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WE
J 1 a v e just
Received a nice l(
li ,; Window Shades, lied L<
Iron IU-ds, Woven Y.'ire (
Springs, Stoves, Tinware, Cr
Lamps, Lanterns, and a lot of ot
tides about a 1 Iome or Farm, and v
on us and look through ovn* Rooms
cost nothing1 for you to 1 >ok and v
in showing you our goods
you buy anythin
or not.
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MOWn? ill i i i i n i nrrn*ri !
I * M * ksii .lLa I la
?THAT IS NOT A 1
?v>-> \\ R want to dispose; ol certa
to move them quickly will sell
i) at nn
\ S a tt U '
_!_ ,'r^ All oi our line of Crocker)-, (11;
Pitchers', : : : :
$1.50 Bowl and Pitcher to at Si
ate reduction all through these lines.
Come early taelore ^oods an: picke
selection. : : : :
The best of everything and everyth
,91; f.he market we have it." Call early .
Mrs. K. L.
Union Meeting. ^
TilO I'liiou im-ctni^ el tlie l'ickt n.s
Association wil? h<* hold with Pickens Is
Baptist, church, lic^iuiiii <jf Friday ?y ifi
! nielli ana up to und including the jig
lift!i Sunday in ATrt,y
litOiiltAM. ^ ^
Friday nif^ld, a sermon in I):'. A. /a
.J. ?S. Thomas. 0
Saturday in -,ri ID o'clock, do-j W.
votional oxercLsrs conducted on ]{. v ^
B. Holder. , -:i
Or^ain/.atii .m.
Stil-ji'ds for tliM'ussior. A>
The need of a con 'crated chu'.oli 1 r*
memhershin. Oiu'iinil i>v 1Jt v A. .1. ? zf
.Mnnlv. X
Church discipline ? Wheif and li 'W j 59
f-lioiild it, In- exerciHcd' O^eno ' l>y
IM. Hendricks. $jf ^
Are the churches in any vay r>
sponsible for lawh ssnet-s and crime.'
If so, to what. extent, and wluet is | ^
j their dutv in regard thereto.' Opened iff
by Joel II. Miller. j (*
Should any ono I><> considered ;? 'Jj
consistent nu mber of the church who
does nol usually attend its regularservices
nor e xdrdmte recording to //
his means to itfl support of tliogo-- g[ " I
pel, generally? Opened hy Kev .J i '.<>
IE. Foster. I)
Sermon Saturday niyht l>v 1 lev. d. m bj
E. McMmiaway. B
.Sunday morning, 10 o'clock, dev.
tional exercist a by Dr. A. -!. S ^
Thomas. 3
KhUO? An oxege.six of Judo !1 verso
by Rev. <J. ! '. McMaiiftwfty. JO
11 o'clock A Hcroion by Dr. T W
M. Bailey. ]K
Sunday afternoon ivill be d (-voted fx
to Sunday nehool mast-; meet in;*, a; 1 gj
several short addressee vvill !>< inuie. d
Sunday ni^lit will bt? drvubd to a fii
missionary muss meeting, and fe.ver;d
filiort addimsea will be m<i !? <>?? in is jig ?
HioiiH, its importance and bow to do gf p
( missionary work. jg
A fidl representation of all lbc ?? ej
. 'lurches is requested. \L
C. E. Kobinaorr, Cbm. J? ?)
IIMotliorn I Mottiarnt Molttrrn! I A'
Low ninny children uro nt thin hcmsotj ' K ?
ovoiish nnd count iputod, with Imd .-loin- J
Inch nnd hondncho. MoUht Orny'n' j|
| Hwoot Powders for Chid ron will alwnyn i j#
euro. If worms aro proflout tln-.y wdl t <
romovo them. At nil drugr;iflts 2f? <"18. I
Sample mailed FREE. Ad^lref-n, A''cu I m
H, oWted, Lo l\oy, N, Y. \
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ESL I![nEWSP
tne weatner )) ?
)) EVERY I
jI over i900 //
iMiiylnu thirst // |)!{S <;0<>i>S IN
this if vou j) <N>. hWuis i-f ulMli- lat
, J /f I jllWllK lit) I I Jl-'linl !(!S, pi t
and II your for uku ts \v< Imvo < v<*r slio
id "< I UUlircd" I) simply \v:ilUii>{4 iiltout
// K<'*t si 11 <{ best Into of ?!l?ittij
()l" orraso otir clothiog tfmlo
^11 but lifrttcliiHK clolniiig. I'J
fflliij'l] II j Tim goi d old tstiiiiiii*
IB I kinds of summnr iro'uls
JJ of ox folds for iiio') , women
VV l eloi> tliey are pieked ovoi
VV W hen .you uio in to
?.x, ' ^ I] Furniture, Unties and ^
J * ' if Furniture mid bundle. llin I
i'Mitdiell ami you will get t
Fo 8 eg ? v ?
< lotliiuK. Shoes and
W Sol'1 Agent s for I he
lrivnn and tttionse
f Till' Host Fit tins
sS?>%
i I s i i (' r \. ^
TiMl Villi', S. (\ ^ $ |< ^ ^
i fy -^
I ^ Four-nii(l?onc->linir mil
Ill i
| ,, Gen era!
| M 1 landK;s nothi ? but th
Dunnes, ' ?
t, I J3 I bo liauing piimn
ots, oou & (.au Huvethnm money,
ockeryuare, ^ Mrs. IIattie Craig
\ i: 111 \ i u: <l!l l() Uilll
when in town. It
take pleasure
:r"'i;"'r- FOR SI
1 will i;ive s| < c
!l I
| i ; next sixty (lays. 1
I | partner, Mr. \\. P.
to buyers in order to
' \v vol aim: i
* r?^ ii I:K i
AKE! rr N->
Li!
in lim.'s ol goods, and
v> -' ?
" ' \ r,l?:i-OKIi YO
isswani and Howls and s I(mK al thi
V
N V |~X Hj
.OO. and ;i 1 iiv?' ?nrt\t .!i- s>' I 1 ? P- '
v : j i ^
1 1 t N " 1 I
u over anu mukv your
injj the Iw:st. "H II is WiM U: '".t-wn an.
m.i oit<ai at perl, ct 1.11'i - 1.1K1. I
('uroton's. ":VI:!{V
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My ll.vmu: ST(K K ol* seasonable i
al Hie aslonisliiii!!; prices below . T
by A I\\ E] :?Otli, as I \'i iii move into
HiiiMiug I>,v 1 lion, and will make \
jreat ** Sacrific
TO SAVE EXPENSE OF I
Sh'v (vnnrlc
M. J
! :><it) yaids S(iin<1at<! (irarf<> ('alien. First
2,.">()<> ynrds Standard :?s inch She-Ming. Wire
y?i(Is iSt.nndard Cheeks line of lu
v 11 4 t, c . i Cushions,
All to So at 5c per yard
lii?'li ^positively loss than can I ? bought
r muiiy v\ iso u t-iwnpirir iii,r> < i i.iwii", j _
iniiMc4. Percales, Madras, Bit-aching, ('.tin- | (jTCM
)? , Muslins, etc. to go at cut prices.
L'-Nll
-T
Notions ;;'i
for only H
Overalls fro?u- JJOc up. lor $ I 75
A Inrjre li?t of pants at S|? cial h>\\ price* 15 pot
O mmI (Iny halC hour striko ('locks si inatoeH, T
_ . ' __ I ha
this sale
Shoes. |)OU,S1
lhavo the most complete lino of Sho.-s over *'f"n
tlc?r?;<l to tho trado in this country and at ^!'(v
rices unheard of. Nic.?
Monfl $1 25 und $1.50 Ilrogans, oxcdleut Wiriiir3^
tock only 1>5<V (
A1 . LJ ~ I :. /1-ir n - i - ? .! ? fix r ..
i?inil n o?i iii v. mi, worm ri>jjuinr i ..?w i<>i
>c. Special cut pi everything'
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>ESCRIPTION I
(ilSKAT J KOFUSION! I
s( novelties in wliito ?oods and colored J
atesf lot of waist }><>ods and black goods 9
\vn. When it. ? >m>'K to clothing, wo Imvo
(> 1,1 r.i-,. villi .... tl.n 'I I.., I.:? F
rvi r hliown in I'ickrns. Wo fry t'> ill*
?*n'-l? year, nix! to <'o this \v?> l?nv iio111i;?'j
L' J'WS IO 1JUV THE liKSI'.
i Units in most l.ero uiitl we will ucetl
Is nml oxfotilM. Wo liiivi' u (<
mill rhiklivii. (Joint! mitt f*?-t jx
wn di'ii'l fn'l to idok through c.
\\ 'lis. Wo kt ?>|) a <*<)iii|>It'l*
) st liuggii's iiim Wagons initili
he best. lours 'J i nly,
TTBufwra ?
.. . w u a U B H H a
(li nt's fn imliinpj fr<i"i|s n s|?
Mitel" II WiiLM'ii, 1'tiltin Ax< > I
Dos. Ili^li A I ' lolliii)^',
; Clothing in The Wo
I Vv \ / lili V.J _IT JL A'
is cast of Pickens and four miles Yj
Merchandise.. f1
i li -i . P'<k1n and .it reasonable ^
prices. ^ H
will do \\<dl to give me :i call. I M
ic jrto c) n/1 will vvi i <?n a??
~ l
1XTY DAYS!
ial piic i s e n all my l;0( c!s lor the.
lax ii 1 < \ <;ht iho intc r< si of my
iii i .. :n t\ - 1
1 ll ls< i:^, 1 Will ( 11( 1 1 IK 11,1 < IIH 'IllS H
c;cl money to pa) him.
beriy3 S. C.
t . < > lie I
s M'i 11 aIB
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1 3 _ 1
iiitTchsiihliM* l<> iro
li CSC ii'0 0(|s III |M
l!?c Itrouji SSousc
Timothy hay for$1 .() *? p i
1, choj>prt(], per l>n-hol,H
clt'iin hVed ()th tor piH
White S'.lt > ?<; p r hundnfl
I
-stork: tour!
H
Liberty,
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