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Pickens Sentinel-Journal, i
Hynnpnlnas nf a I nral and Porsnnal Natnro (
% ?AMyyvuiii??w vi u uuuui UUU 1V1UUUU1 nuiui U. J
? Blow your horn, the world loves t
a fighter. v
v i ?Clark McWhorter is tho oblig 1
^ iog clerk at It. 11. Roark's. c
?Mrs. George (Jureton returned ^
to Greer's the liretf of the week.
?Sny a good word for your to vn |
whenever the opportunity oftere.
Mrs. C. H. Alexander is on a visif t
to Birivioghau), her former homo. 1
?Miss Lenora Hendricks lias been '
elected to teach tho Mujnurd school '
....... rv
?fill8. J. 1). Katterree returned lo f"
her homo in Cheater Monday morning. v
? Mrs. Jones Fuller, of lOatJey, v
spent Sunday with Mrs. T. J. Maul '
din. .v
?A post office has recently l?er '
established at Rocky Bottom, Pieken-.
county.
\ ' i ?Patronize home trade. Your |
\ merchants ure the mainstay of your (
^ county. v
I , ?Cadets A. Brandon Taylor and i
\ { J. P. On rev, Jr., of Clemuon, spent
\ '< Sunday at homo. ,
\ --The merchants of I'.ckens will fl
\ elotfe their places of Ini.sinos.i Tlitinks- i
\ giving Day. i
I ?Mrs. K. Ij. Cureton will have v
\ hor Christ mas opening on December (
\ . 2d and 3d.
l -'James E. Hogooil and fmnily, of j
\ . Easley vinitoil relative* in Pickens
\ Sundiiy.
\ ?Troasnrer Furr says people are (
1 linf tnmlilimr ?iv^v unuli ?/> i?>" i
\ their luxes.
\ ?Misses Sadie Iliehay and Josie ,A
\ Knrlo returned from u vi^it to Green f
I ville Saturday >
I ?Mih. Flora Latham, of Green '
\ -villo, spent Snuduv with the family of "
\ her father, 11. A. llichey. t
I ?Miss Goshie Oureton returned to
1 Winthrop Mondu; morniug, where !l
Ishe will resume her btiulies.
\ ?Save tho coupoiiH in this issue of |(
u?ho Sentinel Joutmil. Yon will want ,
\hem before the contest closes j
Ti(l newspapers. suitable for
ng purposes, for tmlo at this j,
t two cents per pound. s
iss Mao ltobinson Lias boon e
to toad) the Hagood school, J
It bogin next Monday. ?
le Zekc hh\s: If tlio pooplo ol s
unty arc on par with tho ooun V
will havo a picnic with his col- "
3. V. ^
r. Sattorfielil, a progrcs- 1
and citizen of tlio HubIoy ^
vas in Pickens Tuesday on '
busineij ( 'l
?AlJtlC}d notices]of u business t
nature bo run uniler the bead of ,
,'Iiusiu.'' ^j0cul1,?" ai^tl will bu charg- [
ed for (v- <UV rate pl/5o Der lino. I
' ***
?y<(iss Fitnnm Dorr, dau^lur of (i.^
, W. Dorr, was married on Sunday
morning to Mr. Will White, ltev. j.
JM. Stewart ofliuintin
? linrt Nealy is slowly recovering
from ii siege of fever. Ho lias been
? s,\ ill for about four weeks, but is now
V able to, fcit up a short time each day.
?Commissioner Wutson, of Columbia,
says the cotton crop this year in
-A - South Carolina it 1,100,000 bales,
I I ilia lui'cer.t in tin; historv of tin; Shite.
?Printer's ink is the power (lull '
turns the. wheels of prcgrtsH. Will I
I *ou aid uh in making The Sentinel- <
uuiinml (i powor for old Pickens.'
?Ottif, tho oldest son of K. K.
Keith, wftei accidentia cut with an axe
by ono of his younger brut hoi s
.Thursday. The wound was an ugly
Iione, but not dangerous.
--Tho outside world judges a
comity to a great extent by its conn
ty |/ftper. If ,vo me successful in
our efforts, Pickens will have a coon- ,v
tv paper of which every citizen may
feel proud.
V. ]
? Ktv. ?T. F. Matheann filled his i
regular appointments at tho Presby \
! j .tcrinn church Sunday morning and (
evening, preaching excellent acrmoiiH |
tit both Ber vices. I
I ?Robert K. Yo(iguo" relumed 1
sj Saturday from Fairfield, where he *
lias beou looking after fanning in
lel'OBts tho pant week. Ho shvh (lift! 1
crops are unusually good in tliit pari !
rf)f tho Stnto.
*" -?Married on Sunday morning at
9:30 o'cioclt at the residence of the
hriie'd father, Mr. J. I>. Nations,
Miss Dora Nations to Mr. Samuel
Duckworth, both of Picker* county.
4 .K?v. W. C Seaborn oflicinted.
t it... i ?
I * 'uuu^ii^ ?i * mi j tut; ii?? mmiwri j
e>t frtjit. trees of nil kinda i'< in^f
Jitwrod ill PicknjiH, llmro will, in the
covmi of a few yoni'H, bo ni) alum,
'darrce of fruit of a superior tjimlih. i
? Wo were vory inuc/i interested
tho other day liuleuitig to two gentle
men diseasing tho mmits of their
renpeetivo towns, That's put riot ism
5fou can't keop a country down, where
-- ^ "fTB'Tfrtizens talk it nj>.
?R. ('. Carter, tho princo morch
nt of Libortv. was in town Moudnv.
lo has had the largeat trade by f?i
iiirt aoaaon than at any time aince
anting his lot it) Liberty, and his
iam'uuptl) huHineKB continues to grow.
* ? BiT. Barniioi, one of the world's
reate&^advertiserH, and owner of
jie great^JpAljow'tuffewth, imijJLtlmt
b could oat wife any man fn tin
^rld, cxcopt the printer. The print
j could uuk to n inousnnu. wuuo n> i
? liked to one. Tho Scutinel-Jourual ]
Woao* to talk for I'icken*. I,
?Itcmember tbat after January 1st
1905, all subsoriptionn must bo paid
u advance. Thin is not a dunning
.cboino, but an honest eflort to got
iowu to plain business principles
ind improve our paper.
?F. S. Lytle bas bad considorablu
rouoie witu one or ms ar'ns, wir.cn
vas accidentally injured about teu
lays ago. The injured member beicmie
iullamed witli cold and closely
on fined him to bii room for about a ,
veek.
L. Stewart and Arthur (irav
ey leturuod from Red llock, Mont.,
ast week to speud the reiuuirder of
he winter at their former homes in
Sickens county. They are both higV
y pleased with Montana, ami will
irobahly return there next spring.
J ? L<\ K Cox loft Monday to attend
no funeral of his sister, Mrs. Howell,
vhu lived in tlio upper part of (Ireenille
county. Mrs. Howell liud been
n failing health for a number of
ears, and her death was not unox>eote<i.
-- T. G. Bogge, a prominent citi/.on
if Liberty, was in Pickens Thursday.
1" was uccompauied by liis charm
ng daughter, Miss Mina. While in
own they paid this ollico a pleasant
ih 11 and saw how an up lo date pa..
.. I.. ... 1
)U1 IS 111 uLii!.
-Wo are requested to state thai J
hero will bo u conceit fit the col<>n*d
d. E Church on Saturday nijjht, 'J(! I
net fur tlio benefit of tlie above
tamed church, Reserved seats for
vhilo people. Exercises be^i.i at 7:31)
>'clock.
t?L. (I. (iilslrap, of the Lnwi<? sec I
ion has nmved to Liberty, and vill
ivc o'j (he lloss O'De'l farm another
ear. His mountain friends bate to
[ive him up, but commend bim to
he good people auong whom b<-and j
lisj (>vf>iilliinl CumiIIv itift
? Hubert Lynch, of tlio Oulenoy
ectioti, lias recently purchased a
in in in Oconee county near IVp'.ai
iprin^s, a fnvv miles South of \Val I
iitlln. Mr. Lynch made Iho purchase
f .Joe Sea burn, and will likely move
a Oconee at an o<irly pnt?\ |
? W. II. Arnold and son, hufjeno,
nd \V. A. Hartman, of Atlanta, visLed
their kinsman, .1. Calvin .JenliujT",
last week. Tl.ose gentlemen
re engaged in the I . S. mail service'
If I I II I II mill I'lllW <111 (III* fust Dinil
so. \)7 ou the Southern. I
?Capital is looking fur investment |
11 the South. Manufacturer* are '
eeking locations, while home seekrs,
unxious to avoid the rigors of the
ioithern winters, are turning tin if
ttention to the advantages <>f the
niiny Southland. What is Pickens
onnty doing toward advancing her ;
uteiesth?
- \V. T. Graveley, of the Half see j
ion of the county, lias moved to Pick*
ns. Ho is occupying the corner
1 i 1 ! a i?;?.i,r.?. I
IUIIMJ UVlUll ?? ; II ^ |i# 11 tx. ivivin.i,
leur tlio depot, toriin-riv occupied by
I. II. Kenueiuur. Mi (inm-Iey comes
o l'ickcns in order tiiut his children
nay huve bettor educational udvan- J
ages. We warmly welcome him and I
lis to our midat.
t -Prof. W. Arthur Christopher is
,o be ordaineu to the gospel ministry
icxt Sabbath morning at 11 o'clock
it the First Baptist chinch at Kislcv.
Vrthur has many friends in Pickens
vho wish him much success in his J
iod-<*iven work. !!< lias Lxmmi culled |
o the pastorates of his old homo
iluucli, Mt. Carnul. tiud also thc|
Jocund church at K-islev, where ho
las been teaching school for tho 4>nr>t
wo years.
?Tho State Coiift toiico of toe
VIothodist church meets at Darlingon
this year on December 11. l{?;v
J. M. Abncy will tfo to tho confer
met) with a splendid report of In*
sliarjjf. All assessments have been
>aid in full and tho linniicial coiidi
ion of the various churches is nnu
uilly good. Mr. Ahney wivs tlml tlxH>irituul
condition of his churches i*
'Xccllont and the outlook oncwiir.ig- j
?'?
? On account of beinj* rushed with
vork at tlio Ktiitlio ut llaslt v, N. 1).
Taylor cannot to in his .studio at
I'icUciis after J>cccnii;?r Till, until
loth of January, bo all whn want
>voili ditiu*, should call at once. The
>'oung people who are < <p c'ing to
xcliauge photographs foi <'hristnriH
present.*, will ho disappoint* d in getLing
thoir pictured unless thcv <;ivc
viin a Hitting before D< cemher 71h
Duly two more weeks are h it. you in
ivhic.h to get v?ur pictures, ho don't
fail to come to him mi the duva that
in is in Pickens. if you want nice
work done.
BUSINESS LOCALS.
? Iftiiz'n Tlmnkagivin}* uiinco
moftt nt Min 1\. L. Curotou's.
?Fine crnnboiry hiu ? ?>, npple lmt
tor, oiiunoil pino uppljund pinfftpplr
prorforvoH u? Mr*, h. L Cuioton'.s
Fresh nuts, l'main*, cition, currentM |
iiucl lig.4 at Mrs. K. L. Curetnn'ft.
?All porsoim owing dm for pimo
>r pturo account will plenso come tip
i\t)d settle at onee. I can umj t he |
money now. H. A. itich^y.
?Call at I'ickens Oil Mill with
vo >r remnant Cotton. L am in the
market. W. T. IhiteH.
- Nice wool rollH for salu at Craig
Bros., Pickens, S. C.
? Wo want all tlio egg?, butter,
obiokens, turkoya, and ducks in the
i va i.? ? ,?|Wlll
county, i on intuit) a ininidiYu nuuu
you wait till Xmua to Hell.
Craig Bros.
?L Copel ban ft nico lino of truuku
which ho is selling cheap
- OU1 newspapers, suitab'e for
wrapping purpjsen, for sale at thia
uflico ut 2c tiie pound.
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We Are Ready For You'.ll
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'jpl IE Largest and most magnificent stock of Furniture in
upper South Carolina can bo found on our lloors and we
bought these goods for CASH and have put KNOC K-O U T
prices on them. Below, we give the quality and price of some
of our i^oods.
in
t(>0?3.50 Bods, five loot liiutli. for $3.00.
125?(>.00 Hods, six " " " 4.75. at
50?S.00 roll ft. (> 1-2 foot for 5.75. ,K'
100?10.00 Oak Drossors, largo glass, S.50. =
150?0.00 Oak Drossers, niodium glass, 7.00. Dl
125?3.50 Waslistands for - - - - 2.75.
A BEAUTIFUL UlT FOK ?14.50. !?*
The best No. \ Stove oil earth lor $10.50. 2S pieces.
A large No. S Stove, 2S pieces, 815.00. ?"
Wl
In laet we have nearly everything that goes into the house.
Metts & a
? ? ? ? 7 ?ju> v/ai
SI
I The Waterproof Shoe Polish, 4
)) IOc. WITH DAUBER AND BRUSH, 25c. (I
(( Also Other Polishes in Stock. //
)! "
j) Buy your Medicine From us! !/ (
l\ Stock more complete than ever before. If you can- \
SS not come, write us. Our \j ^
I BEAUTIFUL HOLIDAY PRESENTS (( |
Will be opened in a few clays. Wait and see them. //
W ? ~ ~ r> vv ?
jj I~IV^1VG1IS> LSi Lt ^ ^umpaii^, // ?
[I "If we Please You, Tell Others; if Not, Tell us." jS
"MMW????iaMW?MiM?ill WWMW? ^ ^
| Watches & Jewelry! 3
BISTKHeeCEiffiOffilflSH 111
We have purchased a complete line of watches
B aiul jewelry, and the prices arc. as cheap as can be j
3 bought anywhere. I?elow we 14'ive a lew articles:
WATCHES?SILVER AND (iol.l). I Ik!
I WATCH CHAINS- LADIKS' AM) GIANTS' t\"!
WATCl1 CI IA RMS?A LI. DESIGNS, | b,
KMBLl-MS OF K. 01 P., W. O. W. AND MASONIC. | 15
TA BLE^^UTLERY 1 =
Kxtra jiroocl bone handle table cutlery from 50c
t? $1.75 per set. Silver cutlery from $3.50 to $6.50
We have a complete line ol ring's, broaches,
J! scarf pins, collar bullous. u\
IWc arc assent lor the "Perfection Combined Oil ?
Stove, 1 leater and l.ainp" and the "Perfection Blue
Flame Oil Stove." I'he most complete, tlunt;- within
itsell ever put on the. market p1
m A complete line ol rubber toys lor the children
already arrived. (1
(SCHOOL SUPPLIES. [!;;
and pencils. A complete "line ol stationary | 1!
ami tablets. A nice liesh line <>1 cakes, crackers,
candies and canned jm'khIs always on hand. We p ?><
keep at all times a nice selection ol dishes and crock- |j
gj crywarr. v.an anci msjuici my line. ti n?
I Mrs. K. L. Curefon. j|
E?fe imiiMmMiginaiiamiii m. iu ausssaaaixmiammsmmaammmi
,1F?ir> rfnTr^ o ?I |
5 PRODUCE WANTED!
\& ?il i"
V H ' pays to take care ol the little things, such as y) (j'
C chickens, eggs, bees wax, butter, etc., It pays ^ ?'
to try to avoid making debts, aiul there is no better V ,
^ way than to look after the Htile things. We make ^
a specialty ol handling country produce, and are JL ! "'
w able, by our long experience to pay a good price lor ?J
A such things. ^ (v
(fe We. want all the turkeys, chickens, eggs, @
/[ ducks, geese, bees wax, butter, etc., that we a
& . /" ? n i ?-/ ? ( 1 n f i'Imi'c ic fill! nuvi 1. J >11
v'1" s i- x'1" " w! tl:
^ moods, and our prices will do to rely upon. ^
A We have hut one price, so you can have the A |
w pleasure of knowing that you are buying your goods c
t* right, and as cheap as any body. We appreciate b
X your trade and will always try to give you your T
^ money's worth. Respectfully, ^
? rRAIG BROTHERC L<
t ^ ^ jj\
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r>/\? r*rM
r ULULl
^Gener
For the: past six weeks w<
g of DRY GOODS, CLOTI
ROCERIES, ami 11AR1 )\\7
ion, that we have by tar the
1 i i ?
ivt: ever piaccu uetore the trr
Vi GOODS. DRY GOODS.
This department is cnmploto in
ery detail . All te Into i tiling
waistings and skirtings with
I'.hH and trimmings to match.
>11 't fail to mm our lino of white
of is ami lvrenoh Flannel* for
liste. CasrimeroN, Wot steels,
annelw, Outings, Kerseys, Waterool'ing,
.leans, Blankets, Rugs
<1 Art Squares.
KIRTS. CLOAKS. JACKETS.
Our line of .Jackets ranije in
ieo from $2.00 to $7.00. JO very
neeivable color and style. Biget.
lino ever shown m Pickens,
irts from $1.00 $0.00. All the
pular colore, fabrics an<l sizes.
/m. t
y? Mil b?d
| the;
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SHOES, SHOES, !
"battle Axe" shoos are the kind
than any other mala:. Tinio h
ur sale?. on b it tie Ax>- sho- s are
ever expect,ud them to be. \V?
>u will always want llio Hattift
nry Sol/ Royal HI no shoe at $ '?
in Stetson Shoe at $a.00 is one <
oil's <lr?>fls shoo (>n tln< market.
IIPNITIIRF RIIOGIEQ WARf
uiiiii i uiilj uuuu^v/j vvnu\
Just received ;t solid cvir of Kurt
ipinciitH of Cliiiir-i, I, unci's, 11
Ottrds, Folding lieds, etc If yo
> can sell you KurnUuro at thu
vo our line a look l>i?forn you \
>d Itooui Suites fr<?m
uds (loiu ?2.00 to $S 00. DrosHtT
FOLGE
l,^^Slu'cs, llats ami Gents'
Strauss & Bro.s Clothi
Kxoeu tor's Sale.
site of S.iiiili Carolina, i
iciions County. >
lly virtue of authority eonfonvd whoi
<> executor of tlio la-t will and testi
ciil of J. NY, I'rice, deceased
will sell t<i llio higlicHt hidden* a
ifl.cns, U .S. (5. timing the leg a
>nis for sal?' on nalesday in Doc-mln r
101. the following described real estate
wit:
All that ooitain piece, parcel, or tract!
land, lying and luting situ 'if in tin
nintyai.d State afomsaid, and eonti.in
g.two hundred and live (205) acre."
ore or less, as shown by plat of survey
ado by \V . li. Dalton, survmur, <>n 111<
1 day of NovonilnM1, l'.HH, uinl in},
inIh r?f t*f. 1'. Alexander, O. B. I 'in ?'.v
S. II. 1 and othovfl.
Terms?('jihIi or day of sulo. I'm
in.sor to pay for <>x?v.uting papma.
A. .1 BOOHS, ('. O. P..
Fx. Fs't J. \V. Prioo, I'ccM.
Nov. lfi, :it.
I'xcmtor's Sale.
1A I i; OF SOUTH OA UOTilN A, /
l ..l' I >i.i.o
I, \V. (f. Cfooloy, by virtue of (In
>wor vested in m<; us ex cutor ' I' tin
nt, will and t' Kliiiiiciil ?>f Susan <'ooley
ceased, will hi'II to (bo I)ii>iddo
Pickens Court House, Mouth I'aro
na, 011 sftlcHday in December next
iring tlio legal lionik of salr, the f? !
wing throo tracts of laud, the Su in
ooley plantation having boon dividei
ito thi' hi mo:
TKACT NO. (A 10.
This tract contains thirty-seven acre
ioro or less and adjoins lands of Jerr
i illiams, . P. Odell and tract No'2.
THACT NO. TWO.
Tract No. > conlains forty-peven acre
id adjoins lands of .'orry Williams an
acts No. I and No.
TKACT NO. TIIHEE.
Traot No. !l contains sixty-right ncrr
ijonimf^ iiiuhh 01 ut'iry >viiunmfl, w. <
oul< v and traci No. 1.
Pints of tlipno threo tracts of 1: ml ea
e hoch on day of Hale.
Terms: Cash on day of salo.
W. fl. Cooloy.
Kxco. of Will of MiBan Coolny.
tc ann bank oeposi
^I ** * u ?* vuro* winoywu
KMfiU'AitlUM BUttNSS* CMUUHt*$J*
SLk . .
i <g THO
DJ'JAJ-iKKS IN
o 1 iVlerclici
e have been receiving train load
IING, HATS, SHOES, FURNIT
\ Iv I'- ol CVPrV ili'Ci'fii >1 inn \\r,> ,
J , V V- V
largest, most complete and best 1
idinjj public.
wllr
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DVERCOATi
)vercoats ami Mackintoshes for
ly, \V<- have all the latest style
is and colors. The very best <^r
e, finish, and cloth tlm ! inni i (>\
' -"I V^ll
sc, is what \ OU i(ct ii you bi
rcout ol us. Any pricc you w
?from ?3.50 to 81 7.00. I )on't
injLi' your ovcrcoat. Conic now
y arc [>ickc*< 1 over. I-rom $3.5010 $
- -
>Hl)ES. 15'^st()c,c of 1
, , cry one knows
that woar lonjr, J
iiH \h\*. ,,v,,ry <>n? 9h'ni1
Iliroo tiinus Nvhnt <!s>t running am
;;ir one pair ami in porliap
Axe. Wo also Itiig^ics and
for men, and .... .1
?f Urn
Don't T I
)NS, STOVES. selielc.l I in
lilui't'besides liit^ iMt'llU'OS ?111<
all Rucks, Side n
don't believe r,,n ?a ,?t.
nric.i just ..
my. Solid Oak U? apprnciat
to {v(>5 00. O.tk power to please
s Ironi^o to .flo. Remember \vt
Yours truly,
R & THOI
l;urnishing Goods a specialty. S<
n<r. Stetson Shoe, Mitchell \Va
j Pickens Be
1
I he Pickens licet Market h
' room between tin; " 1 >i^ store" a
' come our customers. We hai
understand how to butcher be<
, meats to suit you. \\ e pay hit
t
'tie and pork and sheep. We >
[low. Come to see us. Yours
Crane ?.
Sheriff's Sale. I
STATF OF SOI Til ("A KOI IN A.
! (,'ouniy ut I'ii ki'tis.
In i 'iiiniiu n 1'lfjis < '111*t.
'' (iai'lrnd F. .Idiics, i t id.
1'liiiniiir.
vs.
u W. N, HiiKhrs. et ill
I Defendants.
Pursuant loan order of salt' an! par.
tition niaiie in tho above stated ciise on
s tbe (October'-i<? 1SHU, by lion. .1. Y, ('illY
breath, presiding judge, I will s ll to
tlie highest bidder at I'ickens, C, if, on
MAUOIMY IN DKCKMHKtt UK?J.
the tract of bind described in tlie com8
(l plaint in tlie above slated action as follows
:
AH that piece parol or tract of land
lying nnd lining situate in ibe C nnty
and state nforcstid,"? n ^uluda Uiver
j adjoining Ian Is of J. T. Hendricks, W.
H. Kei<l, l?or.ncU Freeman ami others,
ii and contains one hundred and thirty
Heven (1<17) acrcs more or less."
Alto one lot of land adjoining the
above described traet of land containing
one and one-fourth (I 1-1) acres more or
less.
Terms, rash, purchaser to pay for
titles. J. H. O. McDANJEL,
Nov. 16 1904 K. P. C.
o *** >
J. ?Whei ' 1 ^Aagon
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wmm -mm
RNLEY
nciise.^ I
s of New Fall Goods, consistURE,
BUGGIES, WAGONS,
:an safely say, without exagerjought
stock ol goods that we M
CLOTHING. CLOTHING.
Thin is our main line und our
pride. Buying, us wo do, from
*ix of the largest, clothing manufacturers
in thn world enables us
to fjive you fit, style, and quality
that, is unsurpassed. Suits for
liicmi from $.'1 00 to $18.00. (kn
(it any size, stout, regular, or slim.
Kroui $1 0.0O to $1S 00, we handle
St rouse & liro's. High Art Clothing
exclusively, the best fitting
p.lothing iiuuIh. Wo are handling
Mrs. .iiuie Hopkins' make of clothing
for children and youths. Children's
suits froni $1.00 to $0 00.
Youths from $2.50 to $S.i>0. When
you huy clothing always buy the
best'. (Quality is what you are after.
every
Suggies Wagons anil Surreys. Evwhnt
the MilohMl wagon ih and
d have the be?t wagon. The li^htil
most endurable. A little higher
nut ever Su miicn better in wear.
Surreys in any stylo and at any
to see our huw and wello
of lluujs, Art {Squares,
ii tinsels.
on you <*.oin<* to Pickens.
(! your trade and will do all in our
you.
' siuariuueo every muie we niaKo,
RNLEY.
)lc agents lor Battle-Axe Siloes,
gon. :::::::::
ief Market!
as just opened up in tile store
,,.1 ! Vw.l- i >.. ...i 1
11 v i i /uv.i\ i ?i >i , win 11. \\\ w i:i ?
idle nothing 1)iit the best. Wo.
el and do it nicely, and can cut
diest market price tor beel catA'ill
also 1>. you hides and talfor
business
lHames
/ ~
Notice.
All persons having elaiuiB agaimt (ho
estnto of ,1. \V. Price, deceased, will prosent
the same, proporlv ntteated, to A.
I. Uo^rs, Executor, on or by the 1st
day of Dec., 15)04, and all persons owing
said estate Mill make payment to A. .1.
l5ogg*, Kxocutor, on <?r hy th? nhove
date. A. ). Moggn, Kxecntor
i 1) '2 lit of the est ile of .T. W. PliOfl,
I
I Notion to Di-Wtom Hlltl Creditor*.
All pernous having claim < auuinst (lit*
' estate of Andrew Butler, deeeased, will
present llie same, duly atti?8ted, for
payment l?y tin- 1st day of Dec. next.
Those indebted to said estate will ?iakc
payment to -I. B. Butler.
O. I'. Butler.
Oct, 27. 1001. Administrators.
Not ire to Creditors.
All persona having claims against, the
estate of Amanda K. Keiiuemoie, d< censed,
must tile the same with the underSigned
on or before the 1st day of December,
1004, ami those indebted to Raid
eat ate must settle the suine on ov by that
I date. J. M. Btowiirt,
7tli N^v. 1901 tit Executor,
Kxeeutor's Sale. ,
I By vivt io of nil order of J, B. New- A
In \, I robnte Judge for 1'ickeiiR county, mm
wo will Hell ut the liile ichkIimicc of \1ih.
N. 10. Morgan, dcconHcd, on llid '2f>ilu
dfty o| Nov., ifKH tbe pt>i>ounl proper* H
ty' of wiid cfitnU', ooiiHmluig of hoist-nl |
liogn, cattle carriage, buygy, farmiutP]
implements, ntediotil bookH, (nrgoonVQpJ
instruments, nnd liouaohold mid
cfTects. Terms c.ftsli. J. K. Ijtthe
L Nov. v ^
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