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t[ CONDENSED STORIES.
Negro Preacher Wanted to Buy a
, Muoh Delivered Sermon.
Bishop Whitakcr of Philadelphia,
one of the best story tellers a man
could wish to listen to, recently told
of a young clergyman whoso pastoral
charge had fallen to hiyi out in tho
thinly populated end oi a westerj'!
state. Riding tho circuit of his ti*ij?
churches, lie never imagined tiiT'
th^ auditors of one town ever sat uiT
dor him in another, and so ho l/R
y JM|j "J|^^
"PAHDON ME, 8DH, FEU A MOMENT."
^ sermon, und it seemed to tako well.
* Just how well that young preacher
never guessed until one Sunday lie
- was fitonnorl lit llin plinrr>)i rlnnr liv
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an old negro.
"Pahdon me, sub, fer a moment,"
he said, with n most respect fill'bow.
"I jus' wan' to say that I sutinly
have enjyed dat sermon. De fust
time I heard it, suh, I liked it, and
de eecon' time I liked it better, an'
as I been follerin' you aroun' it
jus' keep growin' on me like. Now,
buIi, I's sorter in de preacliin' business,*^
own se'f, an' it jus' occurred
i ? jue dit you gwino to wear out dat
' nptmonlsome fine day, an' den I
' vnta ^ buy it. When you git ready
* eU ) sun, 1 Btan to give you oO
>t8"
7 I
Told by Depew.
' Sen* Pepew occasionally delves
into \capacious and well filled
m his memory and brings to
pthing bow in the way of
^fi'avte, says the New York
fj-imcl While returning from
a\)toi> his latest trip?which,
hopes will not by any
1 ttiealiis lust?he overheard a
heatpvtc as to the respcctivo
nioi/T America and England.
J'^eitants were a prominent
^ovvter and a well known liritlsh
etnan whose reputation for
iacoj/purtee is international.
"Aiiuntrv," slioutcd the Yankee,
I \W8 no cast, no west, no
UortfJ feouth V*
"Ajndeed? What a blawstedly ^
%nori country 1" drawled tlu11
EngliLan.
I Needed It. /
%&xzh/?) vpuest' " V' Baid II.
u. King of New York, Ythat arc
showered on tho unhappy attendants
of public museums. ^
In London one afternooX 1 wag
standing near a museum guardian
who woro a military uniform, Vith n
helmet from which a chin "fctruf)
hung.
4 u\ youth approached the man and
ea id:
" 'Would you mind telling m\i
what that strap under your chin h
for?'
" 'That/ the attendant answered
I v wearily, 'is to rest my jaw when I
Sot tired answering silly quesi
f)? XT **r i_ m_:i
HUJUb I iiuw XUI'K JLX'IIJUUU.
, Wanted th? Real Thing.
Dr. Beckvvith, whoso hobby is tho
Atlantic City bcach patrol and who
is in personal chargo of that largo
corps of life savers, was visited in
his hospital tent on the bench by an
old Cincinnati friend and bis sevenyear-old
daughter. With great enthusiasm
tho doctor explained his
.various methods of reviving persons
dragged from the water. The little
ffirl listened with wonderincr ovph.
vf O "J
iWheu the doctor stopped, she fairly
gasped:
Oh, papa, I wish somebodv
would get drown-dedl"?New York
,Tiuies.
Was Accomplished.
'A well known Are insurance man
on Cedar street recently canceled
ter-?!60 p?hcy ?*R w?mftn who
^ JCsopuw, mado famous by
.TlldcrA vrlfpr'a rnniflr?nr>n < horn cm,o
the^Jew York Herald. The woman
was decidedly dissatisfied with his
letter, which of course was typewritten.
v
She replied tersely as follows:
"You are very impertinent. You
think you are awful smart. You
needn't prints your lotters, cos I can
rend writing."
Acid Iron Minora! lias mngio powor
to quiekly hfial cufcn, wounds, burns
and old nores. Stops blood How in
stantiy. For man or benat. Hold by I
' dniyRiflU.
Kotia* of Kfnwl HettlAiunnt.
I will npply to J. B. Novrbory, Pro- '
bate .Ttnlgo, on the 16th dsy of Novom- "
bor 1904, for a final Bottlomeot of the
OHtAte. of Honry E. Jlnrriw OeceaHed, apd >
ask to t dismissed as Administratrix,
Addife l\ Ansel,
?Lr /,; - A. # / p
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The r i^rClothing House.
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.V'' /ff, |
p4 y.i New Seasonable Goods!
. at?'
w. ' :
nave just returned from market with u larger ami batter solecte;! .stock of i
Wing, Gent's furnishings, Underwear, Hats, Shoes, Ms, Etc,,
than cvor before. My room is too small to bold them, anil as tliey must'be paid '
for, I will poll them at ami bolow oust. Thia ougbt to causa you to buy whether 1
you need tho goods or not. These goods were bougi.t right, and I guarantee the
price to be right. Your money buck if yon are uot satisfied, for 1 guorouteo oaoh
and every sale. Come to Iho Dtxio Barg.iiu House before you go elsewhere and
you can nave your dollars. Remember a dollar save'd is a dollar mode. These
goods must bo sold by 1st of January, and I havn out the price way down so as to ?
\jb1i them olV. Yours for a trade,
LOUIS COPEL, - - - PROPRIETOR.
lJetween the Post OHice and Pickens Drug Co's Store.
A fttiooi lOnnAf^uflitHr fn TXT IS* cinifn
ix vii/ai luiiitj IU juuj nva ivaiaiv
<& AT A LOW PRICE A
If You Don't take Advantage of it NOW 1
277 acres within ;> miles of Six Mile church, 70 acres in cultivation
balance in original forest. Fine timber. Frame tenant dwellings ant.
plonty of water. Torms to (suit, pm chaser.
Old School House and one acre of hind. Host location for dwelling
in town For a veiy small amount this cm he made a good 6-rooiu
house. Price $1,000.
One actn Jot wit h good .*"? room houpw on Easley stroot, town of
IMckons. This is a regular snap. Come at once before some one else
gots it.
105 aeros good laiul in Crow Creek section. $<>00. Como lot us
show you this.
J. D. HOLDER & CO.
REAL ESTATE DEALERS.
Oflloe at Depot. Pickens, 8. CI
NOW IS THE TIME TO GET MMAINRl
JL1 V AI JL KS A AAJJ A AiUiJ JL \J \A JU A VI A AA/! N/ a
Don't fail to see me when you want anything in?
Dry , Shoes, rials, Caic,
Checks, Pants, Cotfwrades, Cuffs,
' Collars, Gent's Shirts.
At i r r . . . * . l 11
/Also a lot 01 iruit jans extra, capps anci runners at
33ar^ain Prices.
BALLAD'S QVfOLISK l;LOUR, nothing better made, at
the right prip^i and a thousand other things useful in the house
and on the /arm at prices that will interest the trading public
from now until Septemper ist, 1904.
> J.F. I1A1UUS/
THE CASH MERC II/?MT,
Pickens, S. C.
loi^ijiU UAioI
1,000 bushels Western lied Rust I'roof Seed Oats. They are hard '
to get thin year and if you expect to row the ivd rust proof, better buy '
now. T have a small lot of good ^rtien eott'oe it 10ll> for Jj*].00. Every
body knows cotl'eo has boon noing up for snm?? tinii>. I could not put
this collee in tho house at this price i( 1 bought on th? present market.
I have a v< ry (in?? blorided c< Hoc, liiocha ami j? vu, ?t "Joe. Voui
money back if not dnlighted.
A tew dozen fruit .jars.lel't over. They p> at your own price.
I want eggs at 15o. and eliiekens at the top market prion in ca.sb.
Vnura for :i Irmlf. ntwiiva ^
T. D. HARRIS.
I
go in ' nil iihiihi?'iiii iiini ? in ihBii'imiPin iniHi11 in inwn i > i iiihimihii i iiiii iinnihj
IH Pi Mill 31 Km
SOUTH MAIN ST. UKKKNVILLE, S. C.
TUE wish to inform the good people of Pic^- I m ?
V\ ens that when they visit (ii jcnville they I
Swill find us headquarters for Shoes. Our stock g 5 \
is very complete. It embraces Shoes for ev- I
r>r\r r?nt*i >Acr> tlw> (neliilinnc wn I II
I have, the latest lasts and leathers. For the |j ^
business man or woman, we have combina- I t
tions for wear and comfort. For the child- r* (
ren, we have "STEEL SHOO," and many
other kinds that will stand wear and tear. H |
(iRKEN V I I /
UP-TO-DATE i 1 ^
shoes inunri omnnn! s||??:s I <
I Look Well jjilt jj UlUii j ' I' 1
pitKTTY PRT1VFTINf4- PLEASES j
L AllTlCULAIt 1 llli\ 1 11> U PEOPLE *
THAT'S THE KIND WE DO. -J
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^ THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY?^ |
? Strongest Surplus v
) In The World $73,000,000 /
f /"" Wouldn't. Von lJko In ho Snro P
\ / \ ?>r ? sm.K sum or ron.lv c?kIi twenty yours r??? now? V
/ / \ \ '??sl when you want to licnin to take Iliiiii^ki'?i>y nii<lctijo> lilt ?
L I VftT-r^ I I'If-' Assurance is Ihu l.est provision !or an ui.tr,,H old ? ^
/ 1 . I It is al' o immediate] piovisiou fos ; usim'ss tuul family iuu \
N \ wllCafcA / esls, if you should <lie ?
r yw*'l'lscn why not take out a policy in /
r ~ ^/ The Hquitahlc Life Assurance Society? ^
\ W. H. JQHNiSOM, Agent, ?
r PICKENS, s. c. )
f Office at Pickens Drug Co. <
S Will also insure your house. IJarn uiul (iin House iiKuinst fire. !
pirM-4-rfr
a ^ a a a B?????
IN EVERY '^RTjC^LAR.
The Suit or Overcoat you buy here fits you!
perfectly unci looks well ro matter in whal
position you stand or sit.
Our clothing is made to f t .nen as they are,
not as they might be. II it does not lit at lirst
.. _i, _ .. - . *i . i r .
?ve auer it iiiiiu it (iocs iit.
Everything latest in style, of the most worthy
fabrics and tailored in the most perfect manner.
L. ROTHSCHILD
GREENVILLE, .... S. C.
% You've Heard About (lie "Earlv Bird?" I
iWcll It's Not T oo Early to Buy Your
New Fail Suit. |
fjjt SUITS, OYKKCOATSf
^Bljia tind IkOlShKS ^
fcV arc now on display, and a Yi
jyLi lin'nvK Ilfttfl uul Brown 'I.. to
m Jj^ilil^'j^mTr Everything piiurunterl :iv hjmc
CC )\ fv-_ Hculcd, or your money I ??*'? it \< n f?
- ? lire hoi siitisiici:. Mi ioi.;. <n ?> pi i'f. ^
ff Smith & ESrlsiow, |
2' LKA!MN(< OliOTkliKUS. '/
^ ^ Greenvi 1 ic, S. C. ^
OUR ROOMS_ ARE ALL FULL!
,.. N1CI:, NEW GOODS OF ALL KINDS...
* Ami we invite all to come ami look through jjj
J. our varied stock. \ our trace is always ap- :
K,, *; predated, anil we think we have oootl vai- 1 j w
':c |.| ik's to offer. Kverythint^ i-> vkv.p ? no;i;.;i\ ; ",v
jri this season, and we will take pleasure i) J
giving you KVKRY A I >Y A N T A G \L ' J
L'lolliinir. Dry Goods, Groceries, Fiirniluro. <\ Stoves.
Crock eiv, tin, glsnn in?d ?gitb' ivnm. Ibtis. < ><| ? ?, shoes
iliul rllbbois. Fiiim Klottr, S\ riijw, (' .llirs - I? i Su;;;tr
All kinds of Unuce k?>. )>ii u suppli s, farm n.r impl'-moiils
Jitid building 11 >nt *t i:11. Sad'lU s, han oh, liar-, bridles,
;llid I f?n t 111?I*
IJrst Lino or Lim Hobos ;nul Lc^giu.s L'vcr OIToml.
Please pay us' promptly this I.ill, on notes as well as
accounts. We appreciate a prompt settlement, ;in<l
we don't forget it.
W. T. M e FALL_.
) --FALL GOODS.. | |
I QUR entire stock of GENERAL M b.RCI IANI )ISIC ?
has been replenished, and our stock <>l ball (ioods ft
s is now on our shelves ready for your inspection. The ^
r prices are so low and tin; quality so high that you As
1 can't resist buying. :::::::::::: VL
% I>It Y (iOOI)S, NOTIONS, SilOKS. UKOCKKIKS f
3 ?Everything Ires'n, and the best the*, market affords?
Now is a good time to buy your fall and win- ^
% ter stock of Shoes. Anything you want from $
m me pi.ooorogan 10 me ^4.00 uress snoc, anci ?
r every slioe guaranteed. 1$
% COUNTRY P R ODU C K W A N T li 1). m j
| LANCSTON &NEALY > !
; . -"-m
iW.T. MclWLL, i. Mcl>. HRUCR, % s .
I'rcHidfut C'usluer. m
PirtKENft RANK #
,y n n w n ^ wn a vb warn / ar^, H >U S ^ g A
\ PICKENS, S. C. 1
C CAPITAL - $20,500.00 # y
$ PROFITS - - 11,000.00 I
\ DEPOSITS - - - T!O5,OOO.00 |
\| WE PAY INTEREST ON TIME DEPOSITS \
l( HAKE LOANS to farmers. ?
^ By Careful ancl constant work the business of this Jr
tr Hank largely increases every year. J
We solicit your business and will extenu to you ^
every reasonable accomodation. a
| Watches <& Jewelry 2 j
tj tT23nooR?c?rRt?HB
Wc have purchased a complete line of watches
3 anil jewelry, and the prices an: as cheap as can be I
| bought anywhere;. In-low we <?'ive a lew articles: I
\ir A'r/'Mr:c lm i t i *
I\ \ ; \ i i 11^0?oi i, \ il.lv /\ l\ 1 t UUL1J.
WATCH CHAINS LADIKS' AND GIANTS'
WATCH CHARMS?ALL DESIGNS,
| KMBLKMS OF K. m P., W. O. \V. AND MASONIC.
| table^cutTery. i
&j iwtra ?oo(l hone handle table cutlery from 50c
H to Si.75 jna* set. Silver cutlery Irom $3.50 to $6.50
\Ye lwve a complete line of rinos, broaches,
$] scarf pins, collar buttons. etc. I
\Vc arc a^ent for the "Perfection Combined Oil
?i) Stove, I hater and Lamp" and tin: "Perfection Blue
j$ 1'lameOil Stove." The most complete thing within
M itselfever put on the market
A complete lint; ol rubber toys lor the children
already arrived.
jj SCHOOL SUPPLIES.
Pens ami pencils. A complete iino of staiionnrv
Ij and taliVts.- A nicc Iresh line oi cakes, crackers,
?> candies and canned <?ood.; always on hand. We
? keep at all times a nice selection of dishes and crockq
eryware. Call and inspect my line.
I Mm, K. L? Oisrefon. I
\1>S.WHWlis?*X7. IXiWMHiZW&rr.?,^^Trvry>myr*,3r?v"?3BgAi.iui?ai?>w?Mi ^8
TUKASl'UEii'S NOTJIJB
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STATIC OF SOU TH CAROLINA, I
County ol 1'ickrns. i
Oll'i' i' ol County Treasurer, l'irkcns County, S. C.
Pickens, S. C., S'-| >tcmbrr i |th, 1904.
i'lll- TRKASURKR'S OFRCK W ILL Hi; OPEN l;ROM
SATURi )AV. OCTOrtKR 15th I'XTIL SATURDAY,
1 )KCKMI?LI\, 3>st, ujo.i, WITHOUT PI-lNAl/I\*.
I
I lu; Rate <>t Sutr, County, Sc hool ami Special Tax, Including
One 1 Ktihir Poll l ax and Oih: l)ollar Commutation Road
Tax.
In iw'i'o. ihiri'i' willi an Act tni i' ;">ii|i| lif- lor tli" lisi-n' year <?onin? >>ii
: .1 tiai". I '.!():>, milieu \< I' . t?\ tfivou ! ' I"' "Hioo of ('mi uly Thmsii i of
I'lckijn^ ' "'i-'itv will i si '.in i' en-1 iccts. ii I tnxi>h for s i' tisnnl y?Mi lYoin
i ll Hi \'i, <)() l'olii !{ Jo.ii, ii , i i I'll I'lis J?.\Y, I I .i t :Hbt. Katrs
! J r 1*4*111. I t tll\!ltio|| :!! > il-- lo.il
J J' vy ]'??! S'luti- 'l ;i\ - r> MiiN.
" " <)i*t!111:trv ? uiily "
" " ('oust tl ill i< mi I School i i\ ;$ '
" " I'm -I 11 iii .'V-liioss ] '
" " Sii |>|>OI ! It! <11 I ll'c <)f (.'?1 \ irts ] > ?'
" " Sinking I' 111 it I - ' i "
" " For Ui Imi iIiii^ liritlfTpM 1 "
" " For L'uhii.ump,,' Hhv> mil's !'.11<Ij'O J '
'J'ot.il !i'vy f' r Slali' u.tl ('oir.iy Tiixi>h I7J MilN.
Tji-vy !<?r mtiM'i'-l Di |>tcki,n< I! i!. ImjiiiIs, I' i < I.? i II. Township, mil I h.
Ijrvy for inlt'ir.i.' on I' i-io-iis II. I!. Iioinls, IIui:,<- township, 2' mills.
Li'vv tor int M' i on I'u-lii'itH I; U ImuhI , K.isl.r >vnsliip, ;{> mills.
Special IVvy I'm School I'istiid No > .Mills,
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A Poll T:i\ (if ()||?- Do lnr | ci < apifa oil : II ii: le i i(i/,. ns br-twi <>|| tIjo aifos i f
21 and 111) years, i xu pt mum us m nipt |?y |nw, i11 lie collci'lctl.
A (rom m ill all ii I!" il Tax of On- 1 <>, I r will ho collect. d ai I lie same lnno i-h
oilier luxes fr >ili nil n-alo citi/eilM I w <<ii (lie uv"s of |S mikI f>() yen I'M, cxcept HlH'll '
is arncxoinpN (I b\ inw. I'iiUss said I \ is paid by llu> :l|st ol Dec. I'.MM, eight
lay* work ii|?>>n tIk? public highway* will bo icijgned under a contractor.
rP..?/j>o Hi-it tfki.lt/ III If ,1 ,1 si.voi iumi I Iiit.il Ml..hiLj -Mi'iiu.rtf X5'.?
'ii iinl 15.ml. NoIih ai'.l coup< ijh of Slide I>oiu!h which l>< come pnynblc during the,
\ en r 100-1.
I'urticH (lenirii *g in f??rn":iI ion l>.v ninil in vogiird to their luxe-, will plenac state
lc locution ol'their property. u d include postage !' >? a reply, ami those pitting
'nves In check must ii,clml. tin ciutrgiM for collecting.
x-a:. "vt7. jp.ajrjr...
Sept. ]'>, 100:1. Id. Tr usnrcrcr of Piokims County.
<f/ / ' S- /. S. f f f*S *f > / / / / /*'/// s S /, r / ////,/ t ,// / J/ , 's /Sf f'ir'/l)
BKFORK YOU COMIC TO I'ICKKNS
look at this pnpt>r ami so<! uliat days ^
1 JSJ D.TAYLOR, . |
The photographer |
\ \ \ <t ! 11 I v/. ! .% a /I Km? i\iv i'aiii* f/vll ' ^ n tirl 1\' \ lf/? o r\ /7 v.
v. Will in; III IUWII aim JU1II i kj i in r> .iiiv1 mi vv. r?\j|ii^ iqj
5} perfect LIFK LIKE PHOTOGRAPHS made.
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