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St%t? of Boutb Carolina,)
County of Pick?jt)8. \
In Common Court.
Thomas Hallum, fit nl,
Decretal Order.
In purauanoe of a Decretal order
and order of Foreclosure made in the
following stated case, and on tile in
my office, I will sell to tho highest
biddor, on
s.. ' - SALESDAY INDECEMBEU, 1904,
at Pickeus court house, during the
legal hours for sale, tbe following doscribed
Heal Estate, to wit.
All that piece, paicel or tract of
laud lying and being situate in Pick
enB-county, 8. C., on a branch of 28
roue oreeu, adjoining lands of ii.
Boggs, A. Youug, aud others, containing
fifty acres, moro or less, hh
shown by pint of survey made by U.
U. Garvin, surveyor, on tho 8th ot
Sept., 1904, and know in division as
traet No. (1).
Also, all that othor piece, parcel or
tract of land lying and beiug situate
in Pickens county, S. O. on a branch
of 28 mile creek, adjoining lands of
A. - Young, McWhorter and others,
uuiJbHimufr ?ixi)-lour ,niin ninety one
hundredths (04 90100) aeres more or
leBs, as shown by pint of survey, made
by 15. D. Garvin, surveyor, on tho 8th
day*of Sept, 1904, ami known iu division
as truot No. (2).
Alpo, all that piece, parcel or tract
of laud lying and being situato in
J Pickens county, S. C., on a branch of
. .^SBmilo creok, adjoining lands of A.
Young McWhorter, and otliers, coutaiuing
sixty-two and twenty oneI
hundredths (02 20 100) acres, inoro or
less, as shown by plat of survey made
by 13. 1). Garvin, surveyor, on tho
8tll day of Sopt., 1904, and known in
division as tract No. (3).
~ 1- 1 *
jlciuih, uuuiJtlil L'HHIl Oil (Ifty OI
?mle, and the balance on credit of
twelve mouths; credit portion to draw
interest from day of buIu ftud bo secured
by bond of purchaser and mortgage
on premises so |sold. Purchas,
era to pay for all papers and record*
r\ ing of same.
The terms of this sale must bo
\ complied with within one hour, or
the promises will bo resold on same
day nt the risk of the former purchaser.
A. J. BOGUS, ( )
Clerk of Court, -j SEAL /
. Pickens County. ( ^?r? )
Clerk's Sale.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, }
County of Pickena. ^
I %
In Common Pleaa Court.
Dora J. Rosa, et nl,
against
John I). Ross, ot al,
Decretal (Sh-der.
.JWf purruanoe 9f a Decretal order and
order of Foreclosure made In the following
stated case, and on filo in my oflice,
I will Bell to the highest bidder, on
HA LEND AY IN DECEMBER, 1001,
at Pickens court house, during the legal
W hours for sale, the following described
Real Estate, towit:
^-.^11 that certain piece, parcel or tract
of lahd lying and being situate in county
and State aforesaid on Keoweo river adioinintr
binds of Thomas Power. Mrs, M.
L. Harper, Silas Perry and Win. Hendricks,
containing fifty acres, more or
lena.
Tei .ua cash within ono liour from salt;
purchasers to pay for all papers and recording
same.
The terms of this sale must he com*.11^.1
...li L ._ I . 1. I 4.1
jjumi wiin wiuiiii unc iiuur, ur til? promiaes
will bo re Hold on name day at the
risk of tbo former purchaHer,
\ - A. J. BOGUS, i j
\ Clerk of Court. ; SEAL ;
? Pickens, S. C. / ?\
Clork's Sales.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. >
County of Pickens. J"
In Common Pleas Court.
Fleming Torraco Jones, et al,
against
J, McD. Bruce, et al.
Decretal Order,
In pursuance of a Decretal order and
order of Foreclosure made in the followf'ng
stated chso, and on filo in my otllce,
H. I Will sell to tho highest bidder, on
8ALEHDAY IN DECEMBER, 1904.
W at Pickens court house, during tln> hours
for sale, tlx* following (It scribed ileal
Etttate, to wit:
All that piece, parcel or tract of Ian 1
lying and being situate In Pickens county,
b. C., adjoining lands of H. II (Jallahatn.
James GilfMn, and others, conirtg
forty-eight (48) acres, more or Iosh.
,Terms, cash.
! Purchase to pay for all papers and
recording same.
The tertns of this sale must be com.
plied with within one hour, or the premised
will her resold on Hanie day at the
i irtK ui uitf luriunr i?urun??er.
' : M J. BOGGS, ( ? - )
</Iork of Court, -SEAL
/ Pickens County. (*????^ )
?If a taprobe is wliftt joi want
Carter ^it Liberty can surely please
you. /
Acid Iron Mineral is working won-1
tiers among the alHicted. 11 is coring
your neighbor; why not you. Price
only 50 eta. Try it. Sold by <lruggistfl
,
To Cure a Cough.
The congha bo prevalent theae <lay?
MaMAlUf Uaf/.VA TT/M1 ^Afl 1 IriA it; lint
uniunijr UDTt)iv/|/ uun?iu jwu ivnifon n^ini
hftfi happened. Now Mio bent thing to
do is to tnko tl>o most reliable oongh
onre yon can got. Nono better than
Murray's Horehonnd Mullien and Tar.
It ia'mado of the purest ingredients and
k can be given to infanta aa woll as grown
& people. Ali^vp alt else IT OUItl- 8. Yon
A wi'l flp.i it :>t nil druggist*. V>fkv? bottle1
H^Lv'^b^ttl?.
Sheriff's Sale. i
STATE OF SOUTH CA ROLIN A, |
Comity of pickettB,
In (Vmtunum Plena.
w. Ii. Williams, <>t ul iik Admiutatratoia
et al, Plaintiff.
vs.
J. H. Whitmiro et al,
' Defendant.
Decree for Sale and Partition.
Pursuant to an order for the sale and
partition in tha above stated cam made
rvti fix, QAM. ,>!' Onlnhai. 1 (HI I l.,r U?n I
Y. Culbreath, presiding judge, I will
sell to the highest bidder at PiokenH, 0,
H. on
8ALEDAY IN DECEMBER 19&4,
the following described tracts of land
belonging to the estate of John I "VVilliauis
deceased, to wit:
TRACT NO. ONE.
Known as the homo tract, situated in
the state ami county aforesaid, on a
branch ot the head waters of George's
creek, waters of Saluda river, adjoining
lands of G. II. Hendricks, Lucy Rwrett,
H. II. Williams and others and
contains one hundred aud five and seven
tenths (.105 7-lb) acres more or low).
TRACT NO. TWO.
All that tract of land in said county
and statu adjoining lands of J. Mauhlin,
Cinthia Ellis, J. 11. Miller and tract No.
3 of this estate, containig sixty one
and two tents ((\1 -J-10) acres more or
less.
TRACT NO. THREE.
-vii nun iia?;t ui mini 111 oiiiu uuiiiity
and state, on branch waters of Hico'a
Creek, adjoining lands of M. D. Farmer
B. II. Williams. tracts No. 1, 2, and 4
of this estate an<J contains seventy-two
and one tenth (711-10) acros more or lots.
TIi\CT NO. 4.
All that tract of land in said county
and state, on branch waters of liice's
creek, adjoining lands of Win. Bramlett,
13. II. William:), M. iJ, l'armor, tracts
Nos. y and 4 of this estate, and contains
eighty-five and four-tenths *(8r>'4-10)
acrts, more or lets.
TRACT NO. FIVE.
All that tract of land in tviid county
Kind ntate, on branch waters of liices
creek, adjoining lands of M. D. Farmer,
I. A. Julian, William lirainlett unci
tracts No. 4 and 0 of this estate ami
contains one httndied and two, and
lhree-tenthp(108 2-10) acres more or loss.
TRACT NO. 81X.
All that tract of land in the county
and state aforesaid on branch waters of
Rice's crtek adjoining lands of M. 1>.
Fanner, T. A. Julian, and tract No. 5
of tliia estate und containing eigldyfive
aud four tenths (H5 4-10) acres more
or less.
Terms:Onc lialfof the puichRso money
to be paid on each tract on day of nale,
balance on one 3ears time with interest
from day of sale, secured by bond of
purchaser and mortgage of the promises.
Purchaser to pay for all papers and for
recording same.
i i<iin wi iut< iiuuvn utiutn ui liiini ma)
bo soon in the SherilT'a oflico.
J. H. O. Me.DANIEL,
Nov. 10, 1001. S. I?, U,
Clerk's Salo.
?'r itv ra' sinrr'pii cadmtiva >
('ounty of Pickens. )
In Common Piers Cour:
W. A. 1*11illij>b, oL ul,
against
Julia M. Phillips.
Decretal Order
In pursuance of a Decretal order and
order of Foreclosure made in the follow[
ing stated case, and on lilo in inyollico,
1 1 will snll tn tlii> liii/licxl. Itiildor. on
SA1 V IN DKCRMMEU, 1004,
lit Pickens court lions?, during the legal
bourn for Bale, tho following dtHcrilied
Real I'stalc, to witf
J All that piece, parcel and tract of laiul
j situated ami lying in tho county of Pick
ens, 8tate aforesaid coiitfiining ono hundred
and four (101) acres, inoroor le*8.
adjoining lands of M. K. Williams,Ci. 10.
II. Williams, Benton Freeman, find be-,
inn on wators of (Jeorge'a ( 'reek, and being
pnrt of tho r<>al ornate of the late
Wiley Kcnncmore.
Terms are one-half cash, balance on
credit of 12 moncliH, credit portion to !><*
secured by bond of purchaser and mortgage
of tlic premisfs with inter* it from
date of sh!*? -villi leave to anticipate payment
of the credit portion. Purchaser
to pay for all papers and recording
j the same.
The terms of this sale must lie complied
with within on hour, or tin* premises
will be resold on same dny at the
risk of the former purchaser.
A. J. HOGGS, (?'-' )
Clerk of Court : SKA J.
Pickens County. ( ?-)
, Nov. ICh'JI.
Physicians Endorse A-l-M.
Dr. It. C. .Johnson, Htringer, Ming
I hftvo unfcd Acid Iron Mineral to my
practice for nearly tivc yoarB, I have
thoroughly experimented with it and
rind it haw no tfiwnl iih n Nn-vlno
1 >lood Purifier, and Livter Mrdicino.
| Nothing 8ur|N)HH>-H it in the trontmeut
I of Indignation, l)ynpep*1?, Diarrhoea,
Flux, UutanooiiH Disc anew, Chronic
Diseases,?eupecially of female**.
For Prolapsus and irregular Mensem
! iwtdiiiw# r>niMik)/ifn vi'il li if T ? f
v.,.. ...V.. 11' M.v
stands an an antidote agaiiiHt half thp
1 disc.iiHcH of tlia lititnan family.
i'rado A-I-M mark on oaoh bottlo.
Sold by aM drugginta.
Aoid Iron Mineral Co, Columbia,
8. C.
OASl OniA.
Benri tbo /J11'8 Kind You Have Always Bought
\ f.'K,' & '.?v ^ i t
?
l*~FA L. L <
B ?
\ QUR entire stock of Gitf
? has been replenished, a
\ is now on our shelves r6ad)
& prices are so low and the
3 can't resist buying. :
| DRY GOODS, NOTIONS
M ?Everything fresh, and th
M Now is a good time to
^ ter stock of Shoes. A
jL the $i.oobrogan to the
a every shoe guaranteed
V COUNTRY PRO
AMAeTAl
I VI
lo;
a fi i n i 21.
ureal uppunuim;
'A AT A LC
If You Don't take A
277 ncroa within 8 miles of Si.x
l-mlance in original forest. Fine t:
Dion I v of Wftt.Hr. Terms to suit. t>i
Old School House and one aero
in town. For u very Bimill auioun
house. Price $1,000.
One acre lot with good 5 r
Pickens. This is a regular snap,
gets it.
J05 ncrofi good land in Crow
show you this.
J. D. HOL
ItEAL KSTA'I
Office nt Dopot.
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i'rom INov. i 5, 1904, to Jn
to bear in mind that at 11
' YOUR WINTER GOOD
; Bargain Prices /
1000 pair inniH, womeiiH, boys, ?
^ po ut a bargain.
/ A bitf lot of 111 onh overcoats at a
A fmv moiiH and boyHMiitH loft, t
A big lot of menu pauta to go ut
/ A l>ix lot "f nuMiH anil boya liutH
. A lot of drummer'* sample liutw i
A 1> ratlin in mens ilrcs.s shirta ai
/ A bargain in ltulies uiidorwtiir, II
' rvDDVTiii\rri t
/ i j Y i m 1 u i n> u i
111 the house or on the 1";
; J. F. HARRIS,
/ Picken
/
Have You Bought
Winter Sho<
in light niiil lu nvy mou's, wonicm'n ami
1 huvo a Hpiiciul | 1 u*o on <h>p Icit of
I <?iii suit ,v?iu. Just nv.-oived, n big
('omi! in nixl pii<m tlioso, n big mirpmc
HZSZl Red Rust
A few 8-dny flocks jus*, rocoived, 81
I expert lo httvo ponn* os" your trad
T. D. H
? mmzumaBuammmaammmmmm
I! ?'!?.!? IDniiln 0
i iiimiio
l(l(i SOUTH MAIN ST
1 r ?*
IV \' I' wish to inlorm th
\ V ens that when tli
will find us headquarter
is very complete. It c
iry purpose. For the
have the latest lasts \
business man or worn
tions for wear and a
Iren, we have "STEEI
other kinds that will
ii i i i
< i A
I- 'j UPTO
"is ionnu (
I vVnj^nUE^
I 1 "4*
PKE'ITY 1)1)1
I AKTICULAU 1 ill.
THAT'S THE J
4ERAL MERCHANDISE 1
nd our stock of Fall Goods &
t iui jwui iiia|jcv.uuii< a nc n
quality so high that you M
3, SHOES, GROCERIES |
e best the market affords?
buy your fall and win- ^
uyumig you want irom
: $4.00 dress shoe, and ^
DUCK WANTED.!
r& NEALY)
0 M> mm
y to Buy Real Estate
IW PRICE 4
dvanta^R of i< NOW
: Mile church, 70 acres in cultivation
imhor. Frame tenant dwellings anc.
heliftaor.
of land. Host location fur dwelling
t this can he made a good G-ro<>m
oom house on Kasley street, town of
Come at unco befoie some-one rlno
Creek section, if<?()0. Come lot. us
DER & CO.
ik ]>i:ai.i:rs.
Piokrus, 9. C.
\ \ \ X \ \*\\\\\ \ \ /
ii. i, 1905, I wish the trade
ly store is the place to buy
S AND SAVK MONKY! '
- /
Ire What i Mean ;
riflu .....1 .,lw..w. ..II I.....1..
iiio uiiu kj 111 ivii ijun oiiv#c r? j mi tvumn, iu
bat gain. /
o go "t a b .l ^iiin.
a bargain. ^
ami caps nt a bargain, /
it 1(!hk limn cost. j
ul iiii'DH nmlmwoav. ;
leoco liucd ami huibriggun. /
HAT IS USEFUL,
inn is to go at a bargain.
Cash Merchant,;
s, S. C. /
/
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38 * Clothing
cliiUh'on'H ?hop8? I think f can |>i??.iso you.
nifn'M lunvy slioi'H. In I'ov'h heavy KhooR
lot of men's nucl boy's extra heavy pjints.
for vou hern.
Proof Oats "Iho real tiling"
[ .{>5.
o tl?iw fall if prices and quality will pr?l it.
IARRIS.
. GltEENVILLUS. C. 1
e good people of Pick- I
ey visit Greenville they
s for Shoes. Our stock
... 1 ...... Ol. r
:m unices rmoes lor evfastidious
dresser, we
\nd leathers. For the
an, we have combina)mfort.
For the childly
SHOD," and many
stand wear and tear. j|
J
r 1 i, e
date
!T(1DE Sff
)lUlUj| mtmvjxlJ
\TTT Mfl PLEASES
IN X i ll IJ PEOPLE
KIND WE DO;
iMM.' ;'
Executor's Sale. \
Htnto of Sonlli Onrolinn, (
PickouH Oouuty. S
]Jy virtue of authority oonferr- <1 wlion I
tut; exreiuor OI too Ju^t Will and tet-tiluonb
of J. VV. 1'rieo, deceased,
I will Hell to the highent bidder at
PiokeUH, O. H., 9. O. during tlio legal
liolirs for fiale on aalesdnv in Deoemb^r,
1904, the following described real estate,
to wit:
All that certain piece, parcel, or tract
, t 1 1 1..:.. ...
Ill mini, l.yillK 1111(1 l>mi)? HUU?IO 111 till'
bounty or.tl Statu aforesaid. and containiiif?
two hundred and fivo (*205) noiw,
more or less, ..s hIiowu by y>)at of survey
made by W. It. Dalton, surveyor, on the
2d day of November, 1904, and ildjoi in#
lauds of J. P. Alexander, O. 15. Fin (ley,
J. 8. H. Price, and otberH.
Terms?(JhnIi on day of sale. Puronuser
to nay for executing papers.
A. .T. BOOGS, C. O. P.,
Ex. Es't .T. W. Price, Deo'd.
Nov. 10, 8t.
Executor's Sale.
STATE OP SOUTH UAIIOLINAJ
County of PiekeuH. ^
T, W, G. Cooley, l?y virtno of klio
powi'i' vested in mo lis executor of the
last will and t' stnuiout of Swum Coolly, I
deceased, will soil to Ilio highest bidder I
at Pickens Court Houho, Smith Carolina,
on sa'emlay in Dceembcr next,
do ling tlio legal Iioiiih of sale, tlio following
three tracts of laud, tlio Sumiu
Oooloy plantation having heou divided
into the name:
'IT.ACT NO. ONE.
This tract contains thirty-scvon nc.rns
lilnVu n?' l/icu inn) 1.I
. w. . O iiimi Iinjwiun IJI 1111 r> Ul ?? ! IV
Williams .1. 1'. Odoll nml tract No '2.
TH\(JT NO. TWO.
, Tract No. *2 coutaina forly-povcn ncrcs i
and adjoins 1 >m'* of .'nrry Williams and '
tracts No. 1 autl No.
TKAOT NO. TIIIII.K.
Tract No. II eontaiiiH sixty-?*ipjlit ncrcs
adjoining ' ti< s of .J>'?ry Williams, \V. (i
Coolcv ami trai t No. I.
i'HUh oi unoo tracts of Inml can
bo Hccn on ilnv of huY.
Timnis: CiikIi <n tiny < f Mir.
W. ' 1. Conloy.
Exoo. of W.ll of Sumiu Coolcy.
a a i m 9
a I
'2.">5 uci'ON of hind known as tlw'
R. M. Foster place, on Saluda
l iver, adjoining lands of .J. S. Williams,
(i. T. llr-ndr ic.lvH and othorn
About 140 acres in cultivation, 85
acres lim? river bottom, balance in
li mm original fmihl, wel I timbered,
watered, ><?<l houses and pasture
and convenient to church and
school. l'rice ih rhe^ip and terms
to mil purchaser. 'I'itlos good.
Also to r< ut (,n?; good two.story
d Welling, sl.oro liou-o, fine stand for
com.try stOJv, outbuilding, pantiiro
oic., mm ivvon Ly~li vi> acres
For b'Tins and further pmLiculars
npplv to
0. Ii HOBINSON, Atty.,
.I'lckcns, 8. C.
SBOIUd -JVl03dS
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jo pupt iei|AA ljuiiejr. so o)|J/\A
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Ay^NIHOVIAI
DR J. 11. BURQE55,
..DENTIST..
SKNKCA, - S. O.
Olfl< ?* over NimmmiM Store. Kovli'
I'.uiMing
In !) it. in to I p. in. ? 2 p. in. t<>
<? p in.
Pickens Shaving Parlors
E. T. HUNTER. Proprietor.
..?K\t.rytiii\c; I;ikst Ci.ass...,
(Over Pickens I Store.
Givo iuo a cull, I will bo Hiiro to
pleaso you.
Mauldin ? Proffitt,
I
I'iekoiiH, S.
' niacksmilhin^ and Wo dwork,
Bng^ioH Repnintod nnd striped ?ame
as now.
All Work Guaranteed.
CASTOR IA
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Signature of
i .
1 W. T. JJIcFAIjL,
B President.
I Dir^irnuc
S, ivr\E.n^
PICKENS
CAPITAJL
PROFITS
DEPOSITS
WE PAY INTEREST (
f MAKE LOANS '1
^ By Careful and constant 1
W Bank largely increases ever
m We solicit your business
^ every reasonable accomoda
$ THE EQUITABLE LIFE ,
? Strongest
) In The Work!
l / /jIv. Vfij * ?r 'i' mij! miiii ni' m't <
f I \y/. ' V> ' \ ' ist vim wuiii |<
) WKil Mlo AsM.nu.i o s,|?.
C \ -/i tL r''\ / ' ,s "lMI niiiiiiiliiitoi
^ \ $1 jP.i&f 1 J i sli. if you kIkmiIii i!ii
/ ^Thi n why mil tiikr m
) The Hqtiitabl
v W. H. JOHN
/ PiCKEN
f Office at Pick<
j Will ?Uo insure your House, 15a
- ->
The CAc\
Ful of New Sgj
T lmvo just returned from nnrlu-t \
tlothinj, Scut's taiisling!, 'Jnic
ban ever boforo. My room i.s too mniill
for, I will soli Uu*m at. ami below oosr.
you nonl tlm goods or not. TIioh*! gi*'<lK
juice to bo right. Vouv money l>?eU )f yo
ami uv< ry mile. Come to 1ln? I>ixu? .1 ?nrj
you can nivn your dollars. llciu Bttbei
tTOOlls nil.Kt l;n m.lil !>? lul t........... ?
w _ J.PU ?'i fMiniiiii y | iin
rush thorn oil". Y(i:m
LOUIS COREL, - llletwom
tlio Post Ollico a!i<
I
OUR ROOMS A1
... NICE, NEW GOOD
h And wc invite all to cc
a(i <?tir varied stoc!:. Yoi
? ! predated, and "svo thinl
',s |"i lies to offer. Iv/crvtl
Si< , . J
jjj tins season, and wo 1
p j^ivin;^ you KVKRY
Clothing, Dry Uoods, [jSnxu
0"? clciv, tin, glnst* iU'<l ?u;sit
siiid iijIiImts. Kiiip I'Mour.
All kinds ?(' 11 nus<;-k'M-j>u y
and bnil'iin^ jnnie .*i;u .
and i.oatlii'c.
! Host. Line of Sj2ir? Uobos jii
Please pay us ^roni|>:ly thi:
accounts. \W ;i*>i>r?.:c iatc n
j t we don't forget it.
\A/ "I" IV /B
v v is \ V B
| You've feard About
(( W(i i 4's Nol Too \
II iVf .mkm r 1C* ^
^ i W 2<ci
jf Smith & I
)) LEADING CI
Greenville
f . My:: . {W, $<':/ Tr '. <;$ tf>*
.
> BANK, (
?, S. C. 1
$ 20,500.00 #
lljOOO-00 I
- 105,000.00 |
)N TIME DEPOSITS \
O FARMERS. f
work the business of this M
y year. f
and will extend to you
ASSURANCE SOCIETY. 1
surplus \
$73,000,000 (
You Like to too Sure c
ly cnsli twenty yours troin now? V
> tn'ui:; in tukv I liiiiKs i-ti'-y it11 t enjoy life? Q
In -! 11 o\ 'si<m for mi iniJ<'|iiinlciil(>lil mku /
|nn\ isi<?ii fur i/tisini'ss iiml family iuter- \
it ii jmlicy in f
c Life Assurance Society? >
SON, Agent, ?
s, s. c. ?
ins Drug Co. ?
rn and <iin House against lire. A
>thiog: House.
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isonable Goods!
villi n larger nml ln?tl<!i Holontod stork of
turn, Hat;, Shoes, Trunks, Etc.,
I to hold Ilium, iiuti us tlu-y imiHt bo paid
This onglit to causo you to buy whether
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... .. .i iHui, iiiiu a Kiuirauicn me
it ato not Hutisliiid, for 1 guavunteo each
L^iiu House hoforo you 30 olsowhoro muf
! a dollar Htivcd is u dollar made. Tlteso
il 1 liayo cut the prico way down ho as to
for] ft trade,
* PROPRIETOR.
1 1'ickons Drua; Co's Store.
IB ALL FULL"!
S OF ALL KINDS...
mic and look through j
iir trade is always aplv
we hnv/? (iiwwl i'nl
is cheap enough jj
Ari11 take pleasure in "i
ADVANTAGE, jj
*ri<?s, Furniture, & Stoves.
viirn. ! 3.*i? h, <*il}shorn
Syrup:*, (JolVoeH mi l Su??:ir.
I ft'i t ft I i 11 ti fnl-n-in. -
.j l'iM'n, iu< ami- I Ii I | I ir'llll'lll *
It h, lmriicMH, collars, bririlcx,
i
lid Levins lvvcr Offered.
s fall, on notes as well as
prompt settlement, and
c F A LL.
(lie "Early Bird?" |
~arly to Buy Your ((
all ^nit <1
m~ a ml 4^ ikt jl i)
? Our lino of? J
ITS, OVERCOATS|
and TROUSERS /
now on display, and a
idsomer lot of goods has \tk
'cr been shown by any- ^
c
rowri in "tlio lliina" tlii^ soiiHon, si
?>liil (oWdh, ?>r wiili </V< r plniil
r<>\\ii IIiiIm and iirown Tien to B
ill your Rnit. M
verj thing guaranteed ah ropio- m
' il, or your money back if you fr
lot fwtifdod. Strictly 0110 prioo.
Bristow, I
amuiLMitj "
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i, s. c.
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