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Pickens Ss&ti&el-Joursal.
Il'innoninno nf <1 I nnnl nnrf \r.
uuiiiibuiu&o ui a Luuai aim ruiauudi Millie.
? Mrp. Ij.' CJ. Tliornloy ppent a few
days in Anderson the pust week.
?Leroy Chaoiblin. of Libertv.
was a visitor at Pickens Thursday.
?Pickens is on u steady boom,the
kind that doesn't puncture and fall
flat.
?Avory Carter, the architect for
the graded school building, ftns here
^ Tuesday.
? If you want bargains in dry
i?oods and shoes, call on It C. Carter
Liberty.
? Ernie Lewis 1ms accepted a pofji^
tion with the Chiquola Drug Co.^fi
Anderson.
? Mrs. John Harris, <>f Groenville
County, has been on ti visit to Mrs
M. J. Harris.
? Don't fail to sen It. (3. Carter's
lino of brg?it'B, surreys and wagons
before you boy.
? E. H. Craig, who was unwell for
several dayr tho past week, is able
to be out again.
? It. C. Carter has a o.tr load of
barb 'wire and nails, and you know
his prices will be right.
?Miss Annie Ferguson i<* on a
visit to her brother, Dr. Frank Ferguson,
in Greenville.
? Mrs. J. J. Lewis returned last
week from a visit to her sister, Mrs
\V. H. llu^hes at Richland.
? Katie McDaniel is sick * l h ?i;v>?r
Iler condition Ijhh cousiderhblw'improved
witliin tho past few da\H
i?Richard Bviirs is painting his
, house now occupied by 1). B. Fmuey.
Tho nppearauce will be ^routty improved.
? R?v. .1. 1*. Attoway is now employed
with tho Heath-Bruce-Morrow
t u'Kfli'o lin will I 1*2 t^litiiuud \i\ urn*
his friends.
? Rev. J). \V. Hiott has beet) reelected
i>iiHtor nt Mt. I'isgali uudj Liberty,
?k> at George's Orcck^foi
another year.
? .lames Cli ldress, who has been
.ill the entire summer with typhoid
fever, is very much improved and
hopes soon to be out.
? From now on N. 1). Taylor wii
come to Pickens regularly every .Wednesday.
Come on those days and
have some line work done.
-?There was a class of nine con
received into the churoh ,?t
Bethlehem last {Sunday attornoMf by
the pastor, Kev. C) M. Abney.
?Dr. 10. li Webb, who linn been
quite sick for the past, three weeks,
is nble to be on thy streets again to
ilie deligfri af 'lis many friends.
? Glenn Riggins, the six year old
Hon of A. W. IligginH, recently picked
150 pounds of cotton in a day. ^AVlio
can trot out a six year old to boatthis
record?
? J. O. Brock will bo in I'iclceus
during court week, and will be glad
to be of assistance to any one having
particular work to bo done on clocks
and watches.
? Mariied on the 2nd inst., at the
residence of the bride's brother, ManHell
Chapman, Mr Anthony Kllojfftmrg
to Miss Emma Chapman, Rev. li. F.
murpnieu oiucuuiug.
? S. M. It >hinson, of this county,
who is stationed at Itichmond, Vn.,
, being in the chemical department of
Iho ^Vir?_r:iiia-(3j?i*<?li?n\ Chemical Co.,
in on a visit to I ih hotncfotlis.
?lu v. 15. H G randy attended the
association nt IMoasnnt Giove the hist
of tltn week. Hi- made an interest
ing report on "Foreign Missions'*
within tho hounds of tho association
K' V. It. A. Child will preach at
I'ickotiH on tho tift.li Sunday in Tiling
II ? I I M'OllllH/ ! I t till* 11 VI 11 31 I 1 Willie Tin.
fourth quarterly conference for the
Pickcuj circuit will bo h?*ld on Monday.
?V. S. Moliin has returned from
a visit to Iiih fntlior, tt. II. Medlin,
Dear liiivoiiin, (in. Mo states tlmt
too crops in that, part of Georgia are
hotter on tho averago than tiny aio
here.
--T/10 Pickens railrood is Kufl?rin<*
eonsiilcrahl') inconvenience on account
of the lack rf water. The Ivisley
Cotton Mill has been extending the
privilege of a water main tho past,
low days.
? Married r?t the r<sidence of the
bride's father, Jlev. J. \V. Head, on
Wednesday the 5th inH , Mr. p. A.
Moneloy to Miss Marv Mend/'all of
i'ickonH e,Auntv. Wev. 15 K. Mmuhree
otTlciuting.
?John Fergiifion of I'ickons, nu<l
-Toltti KobiiiRon, of Dncimv'ilo, lnive
4><on to Korvo iin petit jurors
tin 1110 United Stat oh circuit court
A which couvond in Greonvillo Tuts<lny
tho J8th.
K?v. .f. T. fjowin returned) Subnduv
iiftornoou from 11 v-Hii to rolufniH
in Missouri. 11 o took in \Ul; I?i?^
exposition wliilo on the trip, njfid gays
it is u big show, the blg'(cst lie Inn
fiver Been or ovor cypcots to hoo.
?FOU SALE? I'en ShurcH of
stock in tlio 1'iuktinA Hunk, belonging
to entato of .J. T. Voungblood, wii 1
1 >o Bojd by tlio executor, to tuo higbeat
bidder, at private nnlo. Apply to
VV, W. Youngblood, Executor. t2
/
?On Saturday and Sunday morn'
ings thoro wna frost in the lowland**.
There was not enough, of course lc
* flftjet vegetation, but wuh observed
ly unmbern of people. Theie wa?
*-i r, r'??t tuiough to riptn (ho luacicut
gxrsittinoon mid to color ibe puaipkir,
I
?Mruio, the little 3>year old duunhter
of Rev. I>. W. Hiott, 1ms boes: ill
for several diiys, but is slightly ini*
proved.
? Miss Lillian Irbv, (ho trainfd
nurse, who linn been attending Mrs.*
sICi?um Gilronth, returned to her home
in Laureus, Tuesday.
?it ih quite hkeJy that about a
train loud of Pickonsites will go to
Eusley Thursday night to hear
"Lovett'a Boston Stars."
?LOST?on 15th instant, between
home and Pickens, or in Pickenp, i.
note'and mortgage on J. (J. Hood for
fifty dollars. Finder leave at ftoutinel
Journal office or return to me und
get suitable compensation. \V. II.
(Bunk) Crano.
? Hev. J. C. Muthesou huld a
series of interesting services at the
iPresbyterian church beginning Friday
evening. The sacrament wns
administered Sunday morning. At
| tiio morning service threw recent,con
vrrtu were reci ivoil into full fellowship
I tliu church.
? 'i Iw house on I lie farm of J. II.
G. M. Ouiii:!, above Pickens anil occupied
by Jesse Julian wns destroyed
by lire last Sunday ni^bt, together
willi all I MR clothing and household
gooda and also two bales of lint cotton.
Ho and family barely escaped
with I heir lives. Nv.? cluo as to tho
origin of the lire.
| ?A. 11. L'igan, of Gainesville, G i,
wns here the past week looking aftir
tin; sale and removal of tho online
and machinery at, the bending lactoiv
Henry 15 Bowen, of Norris,
bought (Iks engine ami part of tin?
machinery, while the rem ij.mler was
shipped to Georgia.
Last Monday the voters of th.j
progressive town of L'horty under
the new charter issued to that town
in September, held their election for
mayor and councilmen, resulting as
follows, for mayor, C. II.' Parkins;
for aldermen, \Y. S. Parsons, B. It.
Callahan, 'J'. A. Gary, 11. G. Smith,
.J. F. Jennings and D. G Sheldon.
? J L Oantrell, of the Itocky Bottom
section ol the county, was tbro vn
; from a bucking horse Saturday morn
111 in l'iekens. He was thrown
v to i\\u Iir/Iinwl <i
being cut in tin- forehead. Mr Cm t
if 11 wits 11 ii tied for a moment after
sinking tlx* ground, but did not
st?m to HnlV'-r tiiitlior inconvenience.
?'l'lio State Fair will he held in
(Joluiubui llus tall Oct. The
outlook for 1110 Greater JStuto Fair is
unusually bright this your. New
uii.unOH have been laid out and new
buildings erected- for the exhibits,
and a number of interesting outside
attractiona lmvo been provided. It j
is expected that thy attendance will I
be larger than usual this year
II. Kndfcl, the popular (1 reenville |
clothier, enti-rs to suit extra stout,
| extra large, extra tall and slim feli
lows. IJ.iy h and ehildreu s < o iiing
made to tit in great vin ? < > . t si/.o
; and quality. (Jent'a tuna-dungs in
llit? very latest styles to suit, tiio in >st ]
: fastidious. Stetson lints in tin; lnt<;:;l
1 blocks ti specialty. The finest lino
| of truuUs, luiinl satchels ami valises
in tlio up country. When in Green
ville call on Kmlel, 11m clothier; lie
will treat jou right and save you
money.
? We learn that the protracted i
meeting held by Evangelist It. A.
Sublett and i'rof. Durham, at E isley
c'osed last Sunday night. The lirst
part of the meeting was held in the
ant between the Kasley Cotton Mill
and I'aisley; the last part of the meei
ing was held in the new school huild
iilg. Six joined Ihe Second church
by experience. On Sunday afternoon,
in tlm pri'Miii'i! of a wry J urge
coni? refill ion. the pastor bgflfted
four cati<lidiitoH. We ini.-t,
j j^ooil will result In.in tlit! meetflj^
j ?Seo the iid of Mi tts ?V James in
j another column. A morn obliging
set ot moil 111iin those to ho found m
1 the lii in of RlaiS A' .I allies, Greenville,
siro nowhere t ) he found. Tney
carry an immense lino of up to <1 ile
furniture, and then uniform couiusy
and low prices have won for them a
larj^e trade in furniture of every dehciiption
Their tralo is Oy no means
coi liced to Greenville, but tlieir hi^h
Kriiile furnituru at low prices is diaw
mo a I urge patrolman from l'ickeus
and adjoining canities.
? Kohrer tV. Thornlev. those host
I II
; ling merchants, hav j.ist tided their
' largo store rooniH to oveitlowing with
groceries, dry goods, clothing, shoo*,
1 wagons, buggies, and fanning inqdomo;.ts;
in f.i.-t ttieii'H is as well a
leeted and nicely assorted stock o'
general merchandise as cun I?o found
anywhere. They do a big business,
soil stacks of goods ami an incr?iasin<*
their business every season. This
steady increase of business is ftttril)
utnbln to their fair ami honest deal
ng, goo I q unli tv of goods and rea
sonahle prices. Call on them if von
want quality, quantity, style, right
tieatnient hiuI right prices.
? Sec the now ml of Pride Put*
loo, tlio popular Greenville shoe in* n.
These Kentlrtne.il are enjoying a con
stunt increase in the magnitude of
their business. I'liis is t.Jio natural
const (pienee of soiling only hou tally
iiiimIh hIioch, and tlio fail' and court e
otis treatment shown to their trade
Their plan is lirat to study cl iKoly tho
wnnta of tho people and then buy
libel ally, so us to have sizes on hand
to lit every foot. Their men's sizes
run from 4 to 14, and ladies/rom J
t<? 11 Whilfl Pridn A' .'Pulton cuter
to tho fluent Initio to puit tho most
fAtttidiouH, thfy are earning hii uousually
hug' and attractive atook of
? strong, sehi 'eablo HltW for working
I toon-? bhpoH that wear. Call on them
6 who i in Green villa ?tl'.ay will take
i*r i <. iui |?I? iiMiiro in mu-on<? you with
We A re Re a
TI IE Largest and most magi
_ r* * i *
n 1 >p?:r aoutn Carolina can
bought these goods for CASi I
prices on them. Below we gi\
of our goods.
100?3.50 IUmIs, five
125?6.00 H(m1s, six
50?8.00 roll ft. (') 1100?10.00
Oak Dross
150?0.00 Oak Drossci
125?3.50 Waslistain<h
A llKAUTIFUIi 5
Tho best No. ? Stovo on (
A large No. s Stove, 28 p
In fact we have nearly every
Metis & Jc
?.]. O. Brock, as executor of the
estate cif his father, J. II. Brock, who
recently died, on Saturday last, held
a public sale of the efl'v ts of th<! < h
i>aiu.
Laying of the Corner Stone of the New
Graded School Building.
More tlmn usual interest centers in
the erection ??f the new graded school '
building. l'icUens is soon to huvo 111
modern building in keeping with A i '
progressive spirit of the town, '
an actual need of hotter educfttiX'y/ v
advantages. The to vn and scIhh&v
have long since out ft own the presoiJ
facilities.
Wednesday, Oct. '2b, the cornerstone
of the new bui'ding will bo laid
with the beautiful and time-honored
ceremonies of the Masonic. Fratern (
ity. All the lodges of the county
have been invited to participate in.
the txercises, and the (.iraml iSiitshr.
of the State is in pec ted. Follow ing ^
is the order of exercises foi 'I e ila\:
All Mnsons and K. of l's. wilt j
meet at the Keowec Jjod^o room a'.]
H);IJ0 a. m. sharp A procession will]
then be formed in tho following* order: I
Pickens Cornel Bund,
Masonic Fraternity.
K. of L' h.
School children.
Civdians.
On roach it}'* c ground* tho order
of exercise' no as follows:
lull ok address I ?v tho \V. M.
l'ruN tlio Chaplain.
Music by I lie baud.
Lajm^ of % cornerstone ceremonies.
Invocation.
Grand Maator's Address.
Song?Aine rieii.
Brief History of tin* school.
Music iiyAho band*
Kduca^V^fnl uddronH by l'rof. .lohn
G^CIinckscnles.
Benodictun.
Miss Sallie Hester Dead.
At tins home of hor uncle, Mr. W
A. Mi^Jdin, o| ICaslcy, on OetoJier
1-ll.h, spirit of Miss Siillits, o ily
(liui^l): v of Mr. unci Mrs .Junes
Hostojjj f'.snrst tlio j.'ison Imrs of il? sli
iiikI l4b. tlio ftv il ten*. >i nt of dav and
VN'11 "/J? llio'1' ' li<( rs'iilius of hli^s
in 1 lhv< . <;ii. Miss Hal'iie was horn anil
l>r,iiiM|,t up in l'ickens county, I>ur.
lor sotius \ears had lived in Texas
with her parents Soum two veui;s
a<?(i s11.! came hack to S. ( u?id had
lived with Vr. Manldin in lvisl?y.
I let* health had not he?'ii j?ood for
s ;ini! time, and almut seven week-,
ajjo slie was taken very su-li nil I eon
tinned to Huil'ir extreinciy until reh.'HHo
I I >y death. I'or s>-v)'r <1 weeks
her brothers f.'om Texas, and lo r pi
i tin i h9 wiiii itro now M *; in? 11 i i is
lev, wens Ity her sid? .vI! that. lov
i-i^ hand* could do to reliovo imr siit'
taring was gladly d me, l>iii. God ealle I ]
Ids wearv soil'-rn.;' c.lnul lioinn i <
rest.
When a child, Miss Sallio j lined
the r*ii*mI Baptist church of I'lislev,
and had lived a very consistent 1 if? .
She was luij^ht and rheeifni 16 Mm
Mid. Iter ftiiierd service4* were eonducted
in tilt! Methodist church l>y
tier former pastor, litv. I). \V. Ilktt,
hi Sunday afternoon in the presence
til tin immense coin.'reirfttion of rela
livort and friends. I lor body was laid
11 way in 111< beautiful West View cemetery
lo avait the morning of the
resurrect in 11 when (bid shall bid it
nso. She sleeps ij uetlv by tho side
of Mis \Y. A. Mauldiu, lur aunt,
who preceded her to ylory more than
two years a^o. While the choir ??f
the l'ie.sbytei ian church huh?r, softly
and sweetly, "Death is only a Dream,
we could not bu1 believe that to Mi->s
Sallio II st?-r it was troc. Sho was
only nIh< p u^( in J.mi < M iv tho G id
I all grae.o comfort and sustain the
beteuvud ones. D. W. II.
l\ek. i,s, Oct. IS, 1<) >4.
Petit birfirs.
1) Marion Froomnu IIcuIhmi \V I lien
8 A Hoper Hum .lownl fSr
Gout Htowart A J II Day
Frank Gary C Fj (Hardy
E C McColhim .T M Lulinon
.Ton G Maiilriiti Elilm H Smith
ll'O Eu trek in W I Gravley
Iteeoo WuWltop i T If MnWhoitor
H It Merck I)<ick M Noaley
W 1) King ; W E l'inson
W 1) Spearman Jopoph Eooper Sr
John T Gun trot I i J II HallentmoJ
i'll-Martin ' .1 E Garrett
l/F Alexander I) !I l)avi?
X 'V Joiliflu Ii A Alluronil
l' G Itoluiuft Jlailoy ItobiiiHon
'Thotnan E l'i Ifr ?y A 1' IVroit
WftUo H Bogge l> U Fiuuejr ' |
[
dy For You!
lilicent stock of Furniture in
be found on our lloors and we
and have nut K N () C Iv-C) I T
I
:c. the quality and [trice of some;
foot high, for <$?.00.
" " 1:5.
foot liisxli, for 5.75.
iors, large glass. S.50.
i's, medium glass, 7 .00.
; for - - - - 2.75.
SUIT FOK SI 1.50.
Mirili for 810.50. 2K pieces.
iooos, 815.00.
'tiling mat s^ocs into tn< house;.
? -r?>v ^ GreenviBIe,
snies, so. c.t.
?W j
the < -as started t<v-ard? lie wa- i
ter.\. ^ g * 1
Wf Atlo ship hegati to move,
Miss vVukg a bottle of chanipagr*
'_,ds ihc how, naming t^e
craft. iu honor of her own state. As
the stern parted the surface of tlie
Kennebec river, the Georgia was saluted
hy numerous craft and manufacturing
plants along the shore, all of !
which were acknowledged by toer slven
and whistle, the battle shit) lining
launched with steam up. Both mill- j
tary masts were in position, as well J
,.r the conning tower, and the threemoke
funnels wlych gave the vessel !
-ioro the appearance of a completed
battle ship than any previously
launched.
Following the launching a luncheon i
was served. ^
The Georgia is one of the three bat- !
tie ships authorized under an act of [
longress, approved March 3, 1899, an.)
s also a duplicate of the two author
zed and approved June 7, 1900. Bids
'or these five battle ships were opened
it the navy department November 15
1900, and in February, 1901, the Bat.n |
[ron Works win n warrior) the oontrnrf ' ;
J. D. M00RE SAYS.
* ... . . 1 '
y\ 11ii'iii im wiiu, \vi? \\ :' !
I Iijiv - stuck to you Way 1) r.vn ii
I > xi? ; You slide to iii" on ('aimaii >
shore, A.id 111 il. will | >1 s?* The ?>l < 1
tiiiui .Moore: Then Voo'll li iv a mar
ket as \on did before.
S'.iik! t i 11 *s you do and sound i uw s
you tlon'l; Some!inn you em and
MoinetuiiMK you?v\ou't 1 ?t11 [ do all
the lime. 1 oo through thick and
thin: I do this llie viclovv t > win.
I Tim Od Mi Hi Market.
.1. D MOOHK
A CUTTING AFFAIR,
t A|>|>reeiathi ; tlm hi a nil support
fr'.Y.i in arty cooperation of our sub
I seiibors, wu uish to present each and
every one -.villi a i!o< d knife, hnt
*
, there is a -triii;* attached to the ?^ift.
To nil who will pay up to 1st of
j .January, llMift, and one year in rid
vance from thai tin If, wv will "ive |iic
knife To Jill new swb.sc! i! i'1'.s who
pay (<> thai date and one venr in ad
viiiicc, Wf f ive a knife; and to ill! suh
Kcrilu;i'n v\ 1?<> have aire-. lv piid in'o
I wlin will pay year in udj
vancc, w?- uivc a Knife. I I. Knives
' nro made mid warranted l?y N iller
p.i-..s , oik* (it tlie licst knife niaKin;^
firing in tho I niN'd Sl it I Ik
knife is a fo i.l one, i o cheap, shoddy
piccH of inct i!. M*>d :il retail, would
do-t vou to llki. Some of our
Kiilisci ihei'K who were prcs'itod with
Kid wis hist lull sold theirs for V'c a
piece.
Sj*# fira
S.ifi and ci oola-d bone-mean
bad feeding. C all the disease
rickets it yon want to. The
i '.(rowing child mirl cat the
j rii'lu food for growth. Bon? v
, must haw bone food, bio ;d
mil: [ have 1 >1 < <?i food a p. 1 o
on through the li-t.
Se:>tt's Kmulsion is (li.' r-' iit
treatment (or soil bones in
c hildren. I .ittledosesevervd; y
^ive the stiffness and s iape
that healthy b nr:-? should have.
Bow le^s b.'come strap. liter,
loose joints L.row strong rand
firr.mess comcs to the soft
heads.
\\ rop.jf f<,(d caused ihe
tr< uble. Ivi'dit lood will cure ii.
in lhousands of eases Scott's
F.mul ion has proven to lie the
right i >d for soft bones in
childhood.
Send for f;co sample.
8COTT &, BOWNK. Chomlnts,
409-4-15 Pnarl Strnot, Naw York.
jnc. and Ji oo; nil druggists.
CASTOR IA
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
<m C x e 11
For the past six vv6
ino- of DRY GOODS, C
| GROCERIES, and I1A1
alion, that we have I))' I;
j have ever placed bclore i
1 ??? ?
DRV GOODS. DRY 6C
This dopavtmoiit is con.p!
tivci'v ?I etti iI . All t < liilM l
Ml \V : 11?1111 ?r.H Mild sk- irt i' u
lines Mini (rinuninj*s to i
I Dun'l I'.iil 111 >c our I n-? ol'
ami Ku'indi I'Imiu iwaists.
C?inii'n s, W'n
I'*I:i11it -!-i, Out inf s, Ivci soi s, \
] lor.l'mji-, .leans. iJhinkcts.
and An Sepia r<
SKIRTS. CLOAKS. JAC5
()ur 1 i i,t* i I J aokils i;11
pricK Iroin >;'J < () to s; I (>
coiici ivaMf col"r and style,
{.'('st, 11iit> ever si,own in 1'.
Skirls from *1.'.)() sli.Oo. ,\
popular colors, tain irs and s
I . i <
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<m
X'-J j
\
#3 \ki0A !
\M 11#
i I it !
I l~ / . v/%v 'iwj i
\j. ' A J i (
H i
X^c/oi \- x ^
i SKOES, SHOES
"Bait l<> Axi'" shot's u-f tli
T than anv oMu r male T
< )wr sale-; on I > 11111; A x s 11
\V(? ever (wp'-ci ?>d 1 i,?*.11 l <. b<
y? ii will always want tin*
I'mi rv S>'l/ II :il lilu
III"- Slot ><hi .Vim nl -si .(H) iJ
in '!i <lr<>s? siio,. 1111 111. inn r
FURNITURE, BUGLES,'
.1 u-t r.-coivod ;? < ili i < tr i>i
;! ijmi'-iitol (.! !i ir . I, iiiv.
Ii.iids, Kolilii?t; I?'-?N. ?'i<
vv ? ciiii -oil v?)ii Kun M un1 :il
<>i \ > '?ni' iihi :i I'ii'k i I i
Ii ? 1 It nun Sh i. s I'p >ni
l>.tl.S I.l'ill .()() i SSIIM ,
'
i _
FO L G
! X; Shoes, lints aiui C i
Strauss & llro.'s (
W E AI
! ' CORB
HUMf
PEER
Bagwell, ^
Florence.;
Thorn hill,
UJ*. i\jUJSCi V. - .TAB?J
( )u r | trices a rc
can surety |)l<
p o f
l\ . v
Mil lie.I ! Mullet: Mil
I
iiii<l iii! kin<ls<)f I''. Ii nit') ^ ili
J liil) ill)') oysters tl you mi' ill'
J !'"n ill I' - i or intend t<> deitl ii
' write for jii n cv n'KI . -inI v<iiir in
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LOTIIJXG, HATS, SMOIiS, FUR?
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the trading public.
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i style, linisli, and cloth, that money
thase, is what YOU - t il yon'
over oat ol us. Any price vow
pay?from S'?.-")< t<. Si ; .00. Ho
5 buying your overcoat. ( ome nui
th- \ ire picket! over. From V50U
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slTURK, BUGGIES, WAGON\
< ca i safely say, without exager- ,
st bought stock ot goods that we \
CLOTHING. CLOTHING.
This our main lino and our
pride. Buvinjt, ;ik wo do, from
six of (lie lnrt;i-st. ci ithing maim*
u'iui?': s in ; he world onubles us
i ym (it, t>tyU>, and quality
1 ii i n-iirp tsst d. Suits for
:non r mi t?j $1S.00. C/Hii
(it iv /< . - 'out, ivirii)\i\ or slim,
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\ 15:?Mi^h Art Clothiir,
t x' lusivi ly, t ho best, filling
ii iimiic. \\'i> are handling
V Hopkins' intikc; of ^
; lot < iiildr.'i) and youtfm. 0"Vi.-'
! i 11 > 'iiits I'oin $1.00 lo $0-00.
Youths ir-in $2 50 t o $8./>0. Wlieu
\ 'i ! !! ' ! < t ii i nt? ill ways buy the
l. .aWty is whiit von are nftor.
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Wajjons :ii>?I Surreys. Kv>u
\lr? iu M it?rh??! 1 wagon if ami
i.l iivo wi^oii. The liqlitn
: m i 11 -iro 1 ?lt?. A little higher
!>ut ' vi ; s < ir-uc'i liettel' in wear.
1 Mcicy^ i. ,i y style .m<l at any
\] o mm- ou>' Kirur and wcllS
: ? . Art Squares,
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