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Fhis is II
And shoud be music to I
day in the week crowds cai
jam iull of choice merchan
selection is grand. Fame ]
And presents an array of
your purchases here. Eve
the best to be had for the
in the Piedmont section a
from. Columbia to Ashevil
of numerous advertisers.
this section, but 'tis not b
OUT OF TOW N rj RADE
eration. Every day therle
stock. We will take pleas
DRESS GOODS AND SILKS.
Its a pleasure to look through the grand stock of 5
i nering Silks-every kind that is worthy.
20 inch all silk taffeta, including white, per yard
36 inch Black Tafieta, every yard warranted, special price
Special yard Wide $1.25 Black Taffeta, per yard,
20 inch Cream Wash Silk, per yard,
27 inch Cream Wash Silk, 50 cents value,
50C Colored Corded Wash Silk,
BLACK DRESS GOODS.
36 inch Panama cloth, per yard only
36inch 18 Twill Henrietta, per yard, only
44 inch Melrose for skirts, per yard, only
42 inch Cheviot Serge, special, per yard, only
46 inch Silk finish Henrietta, per yard only
56 inch Panamia.Cloth, 75 and;
46 inch French Voil, Aeolian and Canvas,
40 inch Mohair special,
COME TO GREENVILLE'S GREATEST STORI
to lay in your spring supplies. You can dress better a
it on less money(! it You trade at ARNOLD'S.
A HEARTY WELCOME AT Greenville's Greatest
tup their hands in holy borr, r --somo
so)ciofy Jeaders-arul yet their child.
ron hardly know their mother. The
~i~ ~ ~13~little ons esiaealwdto ro
PUB3Z41IED EVER(Y wEDNRBDAYMONo. aiint aRofaegowm ,
- ~~ allowved to breathei anid live ini her
The Bentinel-3ourn~al Company. soiek, wvhio the mother is dressiig
THOMPSON &5 T101EY. Pitors. n urli itid, not giving any
time to the childlren, because theoy
J. L. 0. 'iJoM PsON. Enrron- arc too imund f oublle. Ito said thatI
_ ___ ---in theseo latter days many considlerod
Subscriptioum $1.00 Per Auum'l it a disgrace and sh ame to, do the
AdIvertisin g Ri t s Reasonable.
- _ ---duties of a mother and home.keeper.
IEntered at Plckons Postoice as Second class le thanked Glod it hJnismiother
24saumauster wa not a society woman and that
the mother of his childdren was not a
PICKCENS, S. C'.: EOri(ety womnh.
Wednesday, April 5, 1905.
______________________________ Liberty Smnging Convention.
Compulisory Vaccination Law to be En- AscTtineu .hthe Libet Tn hi Siyu
forced.Haptist church en the first Swid,'v
,Compulsory v'atccin ion will now be i rl 95 ihPeietLs
e)nforced1 in every county in thoe State ley in the c ha(t'i L
The State Board of Health at thme '. he followinig w is the progra
meeting in Columbia last wvolk pasedl fir thme mnorning: Prof E4 M. B,>d
a resolution, which in a generai wa~y in to arrango tho alass andl sing fiif.
meets w~ithm the icquiremnents of the teen misutos. McD). WVeiios, W. A.
Act passed at thme last sesion)I of the Porter and J. F. L -sley each angz
Legi~lature, andl the Attorney tGoncr- fifteen mwnes. enchina by the
al has been instrumcted to draw up I) pastor, Roy. D. WV lIiott, after uihiel
skeleton ordlinanmce which will bo sent ai i -isio'f 00 h')-m a%1
to all t->wns and cities requiring comf ta ken for dinner, (.r which tihe peop)lo1
pulsory vaccination. The Board hiaR of Liberty wvas so geinerous amnd h:>.
so far pushed the camnpcign for com-n pitable.
puleory vaccinattion throughout the Tihe comm~iitt) rppointed by the
State and over $800 has boonm rpent president, J. A. (. iey, E. B. Rtich
this year ini vaccinating thopeoplo- audson anid J. AM I int, bron2iAt ir
The Board wvih nlow appoint aigents the following prog unm for clhe after
in each county, whlo shall ste thatd noon1 service. Pro~feIsagra McD).
those peophe livig in uninucorporamted Wecamis, W. A. . tor, E~ M. Bold
villages are vaccinatta and there is ai g,'. . wsBW.icl.'k,
heavy penalty attached to thoseo y ,C mte uii i " i~oec
(1 not eomply with the la-v. A comi I .in .~tmm ani FJ. ,oc
mission of live cents is giveni the 'Ih olwn n ~ r eeeetd
said agent and a nominal, charge of p' . me wig 01; r w erreced
oe centa is made in each caso.---An Vc 'y.tee,~i~ Pr 0i <-t. . erry
dtt cu Intelligem~eer- tary. det O mth er
d~t ontrsFomDr ilo- a Thme ass~oiationm then adj->urned,
RedHo Pontrs ro Dr Klgo ater a very cij 'nbi dla fo al
a'-' D* ,ohn C. Kilgo preached at present, to meetc with Zion Me~hd~
~~ ~%.tr teet Methodist church, Dar. church, throo i msouth of Eas~
' N. C., recently and his bermon on the fourtih Si.,idsy in (ay,1jI
~4#~Z2 ted a great deal of comment. E (Ycar Snmith, see.
~ ~peakier cosmpared the churcb as
*toof Obrist amid said that the Bouight V amberbzminm's congh henmed
'~~osociety-going fold did in amid Sem 1o frienmds,
~xK ,~>t~' eoil aud' the world for -Mlr. F. W. J. letcher, a dIraggast in
and twenty days in Viotori, Australia, B3ays- --itmem of
*%V ~4 n top for'ty ay be. mine,W a 8o pleamsed with chmmubotns
Congt n edy, ich she had 'eed. for
hoybc wonkl sor ye her oldIJken whben nmiitig from~ colds
~~ ~ oop, that'durinmg am fortmght's timehe~
-~,~ d obtained at luy shop, nino. bottlos,
pmlrt Qf the stamte, teinmg thuuao noboe
~~ a had done tid advanig thmeth to
''' id 4tna, ,i.iKle' DrnA oo
he ear of all who
1 be seen wending
dise. The Dry Go
Pashion's most cho
values that safely
ry yard of fabric, e
>rice. We are loo]
i the proper place t
They know as we
tsiness or themiH to
is some special sal(
ure - in showing yoi
42 inch Mohair s
him- 46 inch Mohair s
75c 2,500 yards fast
95C 28 inch 7c. figur<
98C I case 10c. color
25c i,ooo yards fine
39c per yard
39C 3,000 yels fine 0
25c. neest desi
25c. Lot Chiffon, Or!
48c. Sample cas<
58c. 48 inch fine She
11.0o. 45 inch White E
.0o, 40 inch White F
39c. Big line White A
Id do J.T
Store. 211 and 213 Up
Th ls is the last mnonth of the Son Ir
tine) Journal oidn'dg contest. Hlut
up Vilur C' 'IlIS11 11(1a~ Voto the!Ui, anIal
(on't 1 (cep en your rights. Theo con
tet will close at 12 o'clock p. mi.,
A pril 30I.h, and all couiponse to cont
mutbe voted by that time.
Coupons by manil, bearing the post
mar.,k of April 3th Iior beofor, w'ill be
conside'red as votedJ.
THha last pu blishied ceccomllIt f the
stanud ing of ihe cIontetn~ts [ wi be0 (o)
Wensdy A pril 2Gth. Thuis ep->rL
will be miadj upl Tulay~(f, A pril 'Jith
at 12 M~I, and tettr this report. no
alcco)unt will be k--pt of thu~ vo~
Tholse wishin to I)caIst t.h-ir v i.ca
txe thatL comunti, arIo r(equested to i
ILLt thisi ')lice5 and depo)Csit thie cl~oons
ini thet b)ox peirsona~lly, We1 tinake
this I (q(e't~. inl ordeIr thait nd one,
con~t~it wih know the standLlig at
the el ". I
All in(i~ditin pojit to ahav
Voto anld a ca~se fIinish, noud it. utcse
in tereted eas '11thunred ti oi.O \wre n 1
pesnit wil leavt) us aill iti 'ho trk
may~i kom IIi'it is tA Nitimatllo v;tt., nnd t
thon east it 'oj who youL pleaso. At
Lthe (loso tho box will be sdd anid c
given) tu t.tihe hanids oft lL coni3tO,
sle'ced by te.I JmValng e1n'.:t.-t,
to Ih .:1faof ihe wjinneri, J
Y-:u ar iinvited toi l.A 't th cboSe, 1
Wh wilt wh;i? \\'e diiti o ,
The Clayton-Wolbome~ Weddig.
Las''kt Wednes~day ahlo'rnoon1 at tv'
'clolck, MIarchl 29, tnu hmomue ot .Mlrj
l'o~m Welboiru waIs theo sOcn, (If
inet but biem~t1tifu an impreItQ 11iv
vintiug in thi marrinug of hii
laughter, isst \l Irm.aret, t .\b3
Jljn L. Olayt1on. soni of .hur Ole-(ton
stig. A. luml &e row pa fye no ,r
elivsn itniessoi the (-.A'only IaA 1
participated ini thto fes.ivitie.. of tho
eoccasion,, for after thu woE dah that~
mado Olin andl Margaret 'hand
anid wife wore spokorn, atbunrant re.
res~htmonta wvero sved antd gratly
(unpyed by all.
and1( g as8 lovely. No wo~nder Mb r.
Ohy,y1u persovered .lunth e 4VhtL.
to, IOIS IIS, Air. .Olayo. to I4 PJod
are in a day's trav
their way to this I
ods Department is
ice conceits are ter
es Up th
r makes it profitab
ve ry article that ci
cd upon, not only
o buy stylish reliat
ED AWAY E
Li as you do that tl
tell you so. .
DE .A TION.-- W
here outsiCe of ti
ii wh.th :er you are
LUMS IN WASH GOODS.
:Olor 5c. Lawns, special
:d Lawns, fast colors, per yard
ed Batiste, worth 1oc to 12 1-2
Ginghams and Chambrays in.
rgandies, Floral Display, special
es, Batiste and Mercerized clo
Xns. Some of them worth 25c,
anldies, newest designs. Made t(
T' WHITE GOODS 1JARG Al
m. Lawn, special
atiste, wvorih 20c, special
ersian Lawn, speial
'Iercerixed Waist Goods at io, i
uer Main Street, GREE
From Liberty H. F. D. No. 3.
S3pring has come anmt everything
is looking biemacijful.
Farmbers inro mi-ng a long rap
idily prepe'ring for thc eX netierop. -;
The4 first (quteriy counfeence of
tho Liberty char'go was 'hld at.
Vuairvi ewv on the( first :3at urday and
Saudaly inL April. it
Suniday school. will be hiohl at
'E1iview evory Snaday at 8 o'e kot k
, in. ece~pt the seconii Sudny. I
ch ich~ ar regirdar preaclhmg dayr-,
rkhen it will be held at 10 a.. m.
We hear that the w edding: biellIs
a~ll ring e-ra this appour6-Ia~ pe intL
Mdr. .Jake Carpenter, who. la
seui quiite* sick, js abIa to- be out
Mr. J. K(. 'Iolcoinha, kost n ii in
:OwV 1as~ ,v(ek. The cauisa of her
NL. J. HL. Claiyton seems . to be
hand of his neighbors inI farmaing.
le has all of his gnun in.
net at Mr. Warrern $mith.V tast
ac urda ~y Vf evei I reiadE -red
rowd. A -nuo-r
Mr, Bob V. rson
ouLvly was Lh< -~l
lipb Smith thbo 1
'ar. Peter Gils -I
h15 isriting, andi~ I
Borin Unftol rDli. 4'.
3rissio, ou MN.arch 26th.
leduced Hates to Spalai
via Southern R~ailwa.
rerv low rat e ot oneo lirst class~t i
pInI4 25 cenits for the round tllj)
m)i c intan rate 5) cenIts).
I1stes Q aIpp)ly froin all stations,
\tL1Litta, Atene&, anId Elterton) to
Teensbo1Jro, N. (I., ji$nclusivo, andl(
'0om., C~haelnStoun anid $tavannah to
Ash1i'ville, N. 0., inciasive. 'P.iok
its 'jo be aold .1t, 2nd, 3rd and 4thb
21 May frown AUl points ini the above
,4rri.ory; also on May 5ith from
tations, GroonsvoodI aindl(reenville
;o Obarlott&., N. 0., and Asheville
to Coluibia, inclusive. 'Final lim
it, of all tiAcketE'::alay 6th, .1905.
I4r fmg~ gtirmauioni as to
rath, et( iese Iny algint of the
-1 'of Greenville's
ai olin a's Greates
a veritable flowe
aptingly spread fo
e Glad -
le for you to driv<
losses our counter
by the people of
ile goods. Our n
WY THzE RA"
Lis (tores' stock ar
e give our out of t
.e regul.I ar values.
on bUSiess Or pl
75 and $i.oo. All
, special 8c. Stanasoi
short lengths i i
Sc. 2 nch
per yd I oc. 36 inch
l) -I i A C A
ths, all in the .itL
choice 15(. 1Uit U
retail at 25C. -6 inch
is the C
6V 1 fine oxf
We give 3
I oc. s8olia San
1Oc. Our line
5, 20 and 25C. AWO reach
,D4 CO PF
NVILLE S. C. tables:
U LIE S3T'AT I' OF 1HOUTH OAROLINA.
'.7 JT. 11. Nowhery Esq., Probate Judge.
WV H E~ RT E' A 13, H. (J. Young,
i i.tl 5ii :> The to grant him Lettera
'I A doitratin o the Esitate of and ei
echs of Alibuc! M. Young, dlecease~d.
Tim:SF A1m1 'hrutWFOlmE to cite and ad
niomshi :dl and1' singular the kindred and
rdton~ of Ituo said Abner M. Young
loconsed, thatb they be and appear be
oro men, ini the' Court of Pobate, to be
old.~ atI Pickensi (Courit House, S. C., on
ho 12d day of j.April, 1905, after publi
:tioni Imof at 11L o'clock in the inre
001n. to aber cause, if any they have,
vh y.I the id P.dinisitration should not
Given under mny haud and seal, this
17th day of W1*-rch, 1905, in the 129 year
Meh 2 Sw. J. B. Newbery,
Nouce of' Sale.
II ';irtueI of an, order of J1. B. New
1Q1ry. Proba~ftO ;IJ;g for Pickenst Cot iy,
wvill s"ll at: the 1:ite resi4dence0 of J1. II.
nmbk I. Idced, on 1lth 1tiny o f
April, 195 io thew highest bidder.'two
magicaO, one baci~uk, wagons, lot of w het.
.:orn, .de andlt t t cot tonl seed. farmiing
e~ools. hon:,holi and kitchlen tuit,e. ,1
rmeb b't oded mare, &c. Terms ctalb.
R3. L. A mbler,
Mard ch 8. .1905. Ex cecutor.
.Bear thio 1ha Kitnl Yoll ilavo Aiwa sBolight
1 sue to iyi Wt vr
Greatest Store. isvery
b Storo. The big store is
r garden. The range of
miles in order to make
is thoroughly good, an d
Grxeriville but all towns
,it order business extends
e beyond conpetit-i.o. in
own triade special consid
Coie anid see this granrl .
NEW BELTS AND NECIK WEAR.
the tempting Belt and neck con ceits for y*tr selection.
o1g touches" count.
GUREAT "|TAPLE BA BARGAINm.
d Prints, blue and fancies, per yd 3 7-8C.
Is c Silk Finish Foulards 6 I-4c.
Madras Shirting, per yd 8c.
Home-made Bleaching, per yard
Feather ticking, per yard 22 1-2C.
>om Bleaching 8c.
He6avy Sea- Island -c.
SHOE AND OXFORD VALTES.-Our footwear
ream of shoe making. We handle Dreu Shelby & Co's.
ords, and they make best women's footwear in America.
ou a Solid Oxford, p)atent tip, for $1.00
lal or Oxford, Hold in shoo stores at $1,50, for 21.2
uperb nt $1.50
(St. oxford Tou ever wiw, at $2.00
the lit of je rfectioln at5'.58, $3.0) and $3 50.
L.EMVI UMS FREE.-Chinaware, beautifully decor.
way. A purchase of $3.oo entitles you to a plate
These cost you nothing. Many have furnished
dmost by trading at ARNOLD'S.
Have Your Homegrown Cabbage.
Cabbage Plants, All Varieties.
Prices: 1,ooo @ $1.50; 5,00o @j~ $1.25 per 1,0oo; 1,0000
@ $1 per 1,000. Shipped C. 0. D. if desired.
Plants arrive at your Express Office in good condition..
--~wRITE FOR MERCH AN'S PRCES.
Cabbage, Beans, Sweet Potatoes and 'Turn~JiIs in sea-<on. Or ders for shuip.
ment of Tomato Plants, Selat( (aud Couo Seed, and Sweet Potato Draws
should be booked in advanco.
JAS. RAY GiERATY, Enterprise, S. C.
Express Ofic e, Youngs Island, S. C.
I wish my f'ormeri customr to(~' kno111w that I am
. STILL K(EEPING MILLINERY!
I have moved my goods in M~r. Snider's shop. I trim
and sell new hats, and retrim old hats. I shall be pleas
ed to show you my new goods.
Mrs. Fannie Snider, Easley, S. C.
One Dollar irclia se. Dnly One Kecy That Will Unlock it
re a lot of Dr~iy Goods, Notions,
Shoos, TJLiw are, Crooke1-y and
.1 and see me and save money.
).t Flourj toQ close onttat once. .Be3
ay prices before you buy.
TER, LIBRTY,5. C