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d a~y t..,ordial is a
troubles. 'Tis so pleasant
it. Large bottle, 25 cents
Sun Ciolera Mixture it
Per bottle 25 cents.
WE sell candies iI
boxes. Prices 1
$1.20 for boxes. And
at 60 cents per pound.
.,P ickens I
HiluDDIS O a Local anu Personal Nat rf
-Bruce Bogge, of Clt um. on ollege
was in Pickens Friday.
- Miss Helen Carey, of Seneca, is
visiting Miss Floride Carev.
-Mrs. 0. W. Sheeley, of Colum
bia, ia on a visit to th o family of
-!-Rev. J. R. 1,qenecao
preached a helpful Ar4.., at the
Baptist churcb Saturday ovening.
--Miss Mamie Cochran, of C0
houn, spent a portion of last w( K
with the family of Clerk of Court A.
---Jesse Jennings, who is now en
gineer on the Charleston division of
the Southern Railway, is visiting his
--? .Sheriff and Mrs. J. C. Jet.
do ant hmua V1
ad in this paper and give him a call.
--Hon. Julius E. Boggs is in great.
dlemand at the commzencomouat exer
Cises oIschools anid college.s thrQugh
ont the State. H-e has already made~
five addiesses and hais seven) mor.
engagements to f1ll.
NO l'ICE .All who uO me for beef
andl meats will please conlee in and
settle. So many little. aiccounts will
inake a right smart for me. Sii come
and settle that small account, and
oblige, J. D. MOORE.
-Rev. W. T. Abbott will preazch
at Enon the first Sunday in June.
Prof. 0. L. A bbott, of Seneca, McD.
Wees and others' will I,-. oni hand(
to conidtt song sei vices. Al s re in.
vite~d to aI teaj~~ ank ang sontg boo ss
and dmnner and $jpend( the dia.
- An elbeion.a for tru--tcs - for
Peckens District, Noe. 31, will be held
in the court hoau.--e on Mondeay, Ju.ne
5thLk. Puls wvill open a, 1 p. in. and
close at 5 p. m. The m~aangere are.
P. E. Alexanider, D. B. Finney and
A. F. Lewis. By order of ibe Couzn
tv B~oard1 of Education.
OLD OLDIE R~S ATT ENTION -
R\1emnind your' s(lf or your old cant.een
\days .by drinking cool, refreshing
~. soda water and ginger aliu at our sod..
fountain next Saturday. Jun., the
third. Miss this and you will ini.ss
a good thing. So wvill everybodly
else-all the time.
Yours, louiging to cooli,
PIGI(ENS I)IUG CO.
--Next Saturday is the day for. th,
big picnic. Let avery body comeJ wjtt.
a full basket and have' a good tinw'
The Daughiters cant 1furnish a 'a
mer as they have for the paast .
y'ears, but hope all friend., and won
wiul,.ra eof t.hn~ old ot~'na,.s w i brinit.
- * basket, a'..'
> picii. Hie
* l.i D~aug
1' . ir Cal. Armta
bLLa M *'- C *i -...a I I arc t i
-Children.'s Day wasH ge taennIII
observed~ ini PUckensa Suraday. Ina ib.
miormung at thte Baptiet. church mie,.
eaitinig 4eercises were he.l.l by ii.
childrn f the a unaa tsch u. Da
TI M Iitiley, of GJr.. valie , tn...e' an
o ertinon g talk to tII'. chmtil e . In
exercis. be, * I,'. e bir..h acert a.
able and enteraun z' Iy i M.
reliable remedy for these
to take that children like
a good one also.
bulk and candles in
'Iige fron 5 cents to
the niicest we sell are
--N D Taylor photograpboK. willI
be in his Pickens studio next Wednes.
-Old sol diers, remember the pic
nio at Pickeis and come out in full
foree; a grand time will '-e given you
-Photographer Taylor is in his
studio at Piokens every Wedniesday
rain or shine, prepared to give you
the best work you have ever had
--Prof. W. . D dy has becn
elected to 1 0 esidency of the
Douginvili Co Iege, of Douglasville,
Ga. Thisi 'llege is twenty-seven
miles beyo Ad Atlanta, and has a fac
uity or eight teachers with an atten
dance of between three and four bun
dred students. Prof. Dendy, with t
his excellent family will remain i) t
I'ukens until August, as this school
will not open Until the first Monday
in 8ept'embuer. Douglasville gains a
good teache r and an excellent family,
. - l lnan both. It it
students for unbounded success and
I prosperity in his now field.
Wedded at Central.1
Tu- aday, May 23rd, was not an'
ideal May daya The cloti la we re
lowering, the ain fellfin torrents,
but sunshine ad hapff~ness reigned '
mn some hear . /a
As No. 39 pass d Easley, sir. pats.
senger-s b~ogrde~i the train andl in a
few minu t~ )ul'ey weore seated around
'a table ini/tf Rowvland hotel at (2en i
tral, help4 g themselves to one of the
nicest dinners that it has been the S
jhleasure or this scribe to tackle in a
ong timei(. About noon the clouds 1
.ifted and the sun came forth ini all ?
its glory, dispelhing gloom and damp
ess, and bringing still more j y to L
hetarts that, were already tright and v
At the bour of 4 p. mn. a few inti.
mate friends and relatives assembled ~
at the homne of Mr. and Mrs. John r
N. Wyatt. Trhe darkened room, the
flowers a'id ferns, aind in fact every
thing looked as if there wvere somec.
thing unusual to take placa very
soon. The minister, Rev. D. WV.
1-iott, of Pickens, entered the parlor,
alhen came Miss Filger, the bride's
most intimate friend; then came the
bride, beautifully gowned, leaning onl
the arm of the, g'e 'm. After a b)riel
ceremony3 the minister dleclaired Mr*
'alliamn A. Mauldinu and Miss Hattie
WV3att husband and wife. Then c(ae
No, 40 brought 1to Ensley the han
rurada party; t~hey were soon al
nie beuIifrul homola af Mr1 . Maut ldigi
Abiche hats bueen rec( ltly replainatedt
"dil newly furniuhed in spleudiri
st4 le. Hetre agalin we were r-oyally
I erainue t red on1 thle iaicent
van iii that the~ very best hionu kl;V..
or cool, pre)1pare. r' uhdim is
oin UOr P'ickLens couI11 '~j nt s we rthlu
I r hiM a rid!' a woain wo~rthy3 of his a
-,t I ove iad iiffectilons.
.\bta happine~ss crownu the unionu, a
d at lost whnthe frail barque on
h ich t il ,vr life's seat shall
irauebor i i aneblor in the "'ilIavena
of em a na rest."' Ui.
Noathinmg Blisked, Nothiug i ie.
Yomu risk nothing in bu ying Elliott's
Eno fif d Oil Liniment, because you
gaet your, money b ck if not satisfiod,
k'oar gai. is gre'at., because you get the
best limineat ever made. Best for Rheu
au~m beust fot Spam's and Swellings,
anst for tise in the family and on your
euOok. A. fiall 1.2 n-nt kottle, costa u
Why not stop this falling of you
be without any hair? Just rem
stops falling hair, and makes he
Letter From Looper.
May 21st.-Well. this little burp
a not very newsy, its General
Ireen has about taken the field
md the hoe hands have to hang
ip thir hoes at the end of the
ow at night so that they can fh.d
hem the next -morning.
The big May Meeting and Mis
ionary Rally was well attended at
L'er, Cr, ek the second Sunday.
)osOd sp'eakers were present and
ipoke on nissions,
James U. Hughes returned horne
ast Mond -Y, io.h 5th, from Green
vood and Laur4us, where ho has
ber-n visiting relatives and friends
or the past ton days. He says he
ikes the coun.try fine, and is going
back this sunner.
Mrs. Pggio Looper is very low
it this writing. We hope f.r her
L speedy recovery. She is about
our score and five years of age.
The election on the dispensary at
"eteis Creek pr cinct stood six
gainst and 5 for dispensary.
Mrs. Minnie, wife of J. A. Loop
r, died at f er homp Monday night
he 22d at 9:30 o'clock, after about
wenty-four hours sickness. She
,aves a husband, a young babe,
me sister, three brothers, a father
md grandfather, besides a host of
>thor relatives and friends to
nourn her departure. Mrs. Looper
vas a member of the Nine Forks
3aptist church, wh,-'e her inter
nent took place the day following
ier death. Rev. J. E. Foster con
liited (he funeral service. The
vhole oonmunity sympathize with
dlr. Looper in hia bereavement and
oss of a dear companion. But
he Lord giveth and the Lord
aketh away, Blessed be the name
of the Lord. Mountain Boy.
Liberty, R. F. D. No. 3.
The farmers are moving along
ticely with their crops; they are
3e planting and have commenced
General Green can be seen most
Mr. Willie Smith and sister,
i1rs. Lucy Mulljinix, visited rela
ives in this seotion last Sunday.
Mrs. P. A. Smith, who has been
!isiting her mnother in Spartan
>urg, returned home a fewv days
Rev. J. P. Attoway delivered an
xcellent sermon to a small crowd
t Fairview last Sunday.
uday school atb Fairview is
till alive. We *hope everybody
rill co've out and lets have a good
They have a very nice Bnnday
chool at Golden Creek.
Miss Hattie Madden of Clemson
as been on a visit to her unclei's,
fr. Thos. Gassaway.
-Mrs. Z. C. Smith, who has
een visiting relatives near Gaines
ille, Ga , returned home last wveak.
Mrs. D. A. Chta ' blin has been
uite ill for the past two weeks,
ud we eorry to say she is not very
Iuch better at this writing.
Grey Eyed Girl.
For palo-A nice milk cow. A pply
o N. S. Mosieley, Hle, S. 0. 2w
-I am selling my dry goods for
ess than cost. See inc before youi
>uy. Rt. C. C'arteir, Liberty.
If you want the best painit made
ye have Hatrrison's Towvn anid Coon
ry. Folger & Thornley.
House torenit. App'y to Mrs. J
Coma and see our nice line of shoes
J- T. Fennells & Co.
See the line of Strouise and Uros
Iligh Art Clothing we uro showing.
'le Best fited clothies on o1rth.
Folger & Thlornloy.
A fijce line of men's and youith
ollars at J. T. ennell & (Co's Store
Just re-.oivo1I a new~ lot Steton
hoe ned COxfords and( Stetsont bat.
Folger & TIhoinley,
One 15 hi. p. e imino arnd boiler forI
We are showing the b~igg est line of
hoes Oxfords clothing anud G'ents
urniishinig goods in the county.
Folger & Thornley.
11ighest prices pafid for chicke ns,
ggs anid country I 11011 prouc, .
The. n'iees liWe *I lamps, gjasswaro
11nd decoraite d ishili a to go at cost.
J1. T1. Fenniell & CoI.
'1 his is ai rin tdi r I at I am ~ ul)
:loing bueI'."4 at th.- ibl stand (.r
Pickenis D~rug Store) wv here I aim
ilwar s 1 . s' . .. y 'I a as wed
as1n9 i r'. 1' I.. \' hnn Y' a wV mt a
quick in I **.v rdhav', '.i aui 9-t i-daite
halir cut, va' e a eau ~
A.. t. h onter li bnan ne.
air? At this rate you will soon
ember that Hall's Hair Renewer
ir grow. ""uhage~.d g-.co
Wy KATE M. CLEARY
Copuright. 1,9045, by Katrc M. Cleary
"You know, of course. that France
Delamere is staying at the Oaks?"
"Yes, I know."
Harrison 11111, stretched out oi the
4ellow beach iunder the shalade of a
huge unbrella, turned on hii elbwI)v
and looked curiously at his friend.
"You know, too, that you're most
Idiotically in love with her!" he saild
Dr. Bergen's patrician face fluslied
hotly under its deil broiPe tan.
"That's a nice speech to fire at a
nian!" lie commented.
Harrison Hill laughed leniently.
"Oh, you never mind what I say.
That's one of the privileges of
"And fools," cut in Bergen coolly.
"You have me there," acknowledged
Lill. "I believe those w ho wore the
motley were permitted to express their
Oplfiion3 with some frankness. Well,
you may class me1 with those if you
wish. But I'm going to tell you
straight that you're making a mistak2
about that girl. You admired her tre
mendously last winter in the city.
Well, we all did, for that matter. But
you had the best show of the bunch.
She wouldn't look at a l te three
for-a-cent chap lille me, for histance.
And you held off-you're holding off
now. I wish I knew why! You're in
love with her!" lie repeate:1 stubborn
ly. "I haven't known you all my life
Max Bergen laughed uneasily and
evaded a direct reply.
"Miss Delaniere is a very eiautifitl
young woman," he said. "She has
wealth, social position, many frilends"
"You have all those,".his frierl in
"I met her frequently last winter,"
went on the young surgeon. "She wa.q
ahways bedianionded, exquisitely co'
tumled, perfectly coiffured. Her shoul
ders 'were like white marble, awl her
hands were the lovellest a man could
look at. But-was there a woman's
heart under that fair bosom? Did her
"FnAN(eE DE(LAMEIIEl"U R1
feet ever go on ani erranid of imery?
WVas that perfect hand1( ever extenided
ini kindly deed (? I doubht itt
''Ahi, s9o that's the reason!" sa Id U lli.
"Well, I cnn't prioveO it, but. I think
you're tremendously mnistaken."
"I wish to #baven you could prove
it!" said( Bergen, with an intenisity that
shook himi. "I'ud gIve ten yearn of my
life to know France Delamiere ia what
I wish to bl)'ieve her!"
"Hairkc!" eried Harrison. Ils red head
was lied--lstening. "Ye,'' lie (cailed,
"Dr'. Bergen is hiere!"
Both men were on their feet in an in
stant, Bergen towvering over his comn
Laiflon. An e'xcuied group was bear'hig
down on them. The foremosit -a hiys
"It'll take so long to go up to the
town. D)r. Frees Is away anyhow. A
woman's burned-a gasoline stove
we seeni the fire in the back ynrd1,
Bergen tossed his keys to Hill1. "Ihun
np to my room for may medicine caso
a-nd follow me. Where did the accident
The wvoman knewv him for one of the
rich city guests at the White H-orses.
"Maybe you woni't go," sheo whined.
"It's over in Washuerwomnan's row."
Bergen was oil' oni a run. He knew
the poor part of this flourishing sum
iner resort, where (ho laundry work of
visItors was (lone 1by resident women.
The little creature wuho met htimi at the
gate of the frame cottage had an apl
pealIng face and1( an air of singular' re
finement. Hecr speech also c-onfirmed
the latter linpression.
"She wvoukt put on one of my cotton
(dresses arnd hellp me," she explauied.
"She knmew I was up wilth the bab~y all
iast night. Not that it's the first time
she has helped, and''
"But how did( it happen ?" lhe inter
''Fannie was sprinkling the elothes~
aind laughing. She didna't know how
to iron. But shie-ahd she could mind
Teddie and do that at the same Itine."
"And the siovo exploded ?"
"Not rIght awvay, sir. I was ironing,
and she noticed the stove was amoking
--hard. Teddie had crawled1 up ('10s0
to it. She just flew across the kichen,
tgend the child to me and grabbed up'
that stove--it's onie of those' little ones
~~ heams and Leautifies the hair.
- to les you th oo.
you put on the table. She carried I
and flung It out In the yard, but jitet t
It left her arins it went to pkIe(ce. * tc
a merey," she added trombiling, "
didn't explode n.instiant sooner!"
"She wias a bravo woman!" said Dr
lie vent Into the simall bedroom tc
look at his kntilent. She -was lying ou
'he Cheap .ittle bed. A Irlint g.r.v
showed inarks of fire, aid oi (lie left
arn the fllimsy nmiterial .was burned
away. 'T'he flesh revealed was badly
scorched, bit that lovely haild! 'l'he
bewlitching face that, (rik'n wIithI paia,
strove to smile tip at ilui! Those deep,
unforget table eyes!
"1Fiaice Dela'inere!" he erled.
"Woluiti are so iwkward:" she pro
He Jerked off hIs coait 11aud wvent' to
work, but his fingers trembled and
there was it 1iu1eer blur before lis ey.
11111 eaine up with) the 11.im1 aid leard]
all that Greta Fallows had to say. Oin
hilA waiy back he touk his vonliaunio:1
vlat slhe' had said.
"She's a proul little wolinain. She
would ilot take all that -liss 1) Delaiiere
wotild have givent ier, for she's poor,
ats you can se'. ulit because te 1'ad
beeni frIends 111(and ieiglihor.i- wien 4:Ih
Were children sihe o allowed ils
Delaunere to come and el leri, chiely
lin ftking her children otf to a1 seeludled
part ofr the beach and tinidintg 1t4em.
Wil le she got throutgh her hn dry
worlk. Is the Iujury bad, .lwt x'" li,
"Nothing to walit It Iniiight ha.1 ve
been, thank God! 'They vhlI bru'ing
her back to the OJaks this evenIng. I
examineti the stove. It waiIs rotten.
vorl out. She lived the igjfy al:
But if"- - le broke off hd r
".Avorin!iig to Mirs. Fallows, F'rait's
She's hi., 11 4. ng forman poor. WOnll
"%lay God forgive nie- and inay s!".
praytsl .\l ax hrgen. It wa; nort i.ro
fession aI, but iext. IIiorIning w Ih
bandail the poor aim lie het amd
o "WiNl yott le very angry if I toil yuN
that I love y-u he vmn' ion lit.
She n! u; Ip ni him i i' , Ir ll I
"'m'n arr t'il 1 woult d lie voiry d isa.
pointed if yIt VeTe IevI' to tell rue
that!" she a!d.
At the wliered wortls his face
"Bti(- yot donl't kn.w whr.t has kept
tmie so long froni telini:. you! You
don't kllowv-walit an idIot. I -
You've lit) Idea what. 1-- tught:"
A siile flickered ar1i'ould her uothlit
and 1iigered in ler' vyee. laid
velvety pink finger tis a gaiinst his
"I kinow vhat you haive just sali,
she anltswered, "and 1h1111 is--eniough!"
Jutried Ac'dviiu to teliiotn.
At aliinit. custolin still prevailing. inl
ialy old burlilI grl' illati was, desc lb
ed by a it ichnitond gentiniana who has
bet'nl interes iel in traciig faiy re
"Wlen iuy wif.e and I were hi Y.."
lie salid. "we had occasion to \vIt1 the14
g9utaveyardls of the duaint lithe towin,
imi.v ofr mny wt-'st." eleCht behig huriiedc
in t' mi'glhbr'hiood. It sIi'uck 'tm as
qieer, t'udling shuilar naiines iii ail
thiee ;-:.maeyard'ts. Seait Ier'ed hle ''ml.i
there they were, liut alwaiys alike.
"'I puzzh'l over ft for a long timti
and ti naIlly askted the sex(-on. Ire was
an old1, ol'd inan aiid remOnemredt alway
hack I'' the begInning of thIngs. 'I
canx tell you,' lie saId. wvagging hj i g'ay
headti:'uimly. 'It wai t'lstilisiiiy i
to tlhir relIgIous helefs. If bzuishamil
andl wvife we't \ let hotils and 1( l lit Isi
brothr~, wvhile the wvife's bl- u-lV
hun Ilintg f'or her I Ia tist sisters. lin
thait way tile luiillios wer'e si enier
htiher atiu yon, andiu the samii iianai ot'.
tti'ired per'ii s LIv t''ri six tImeas iin o'.
grav eyard.' "--l.('wvist on .lonariiI
She wats a1 drmealful wreck wvhien ti'
brotughl hoer in to St. li'rtholotneow's
hiospilatl. 'Te ytouthfuiIml snurgon twi rlodak
lopdic how she coul hlut'e got. inito much
a at ii o. ( learlyv the woma i an a somte
thin ig to say, Ibtt shie cau It n't~ s:u y It.
Whiein ht' !urgeoni lad made a job of
Iit' gen;t ly 11Ited the woan overu hi
armi ;aml :sked, "'Ilow dhi it haitpie'tg
Shie malIsed a fist to shia ke over lit
shou ihi'r -.nml cried furuiIts ly: ' "'10 tlom
It ! '10 d one '-'lim!" Tmninig lis head
the rmgeoni could see thie inum. wh'li
Ibad( been t amndinig Jluun undaer thle lIar
Ilng gas let. andl wvat cling thle Iprtocees
Ings with the' ltieresItof a huui'd pr*o
brui~te '" mtt Iered thle surigeon as h<I
shifted the w;omian t) hier fet. Sin
turned on hiti. "'Brutae!'" she shie(!e(t
through her1 banid age'. "You'li call 'in
brutIe?' Ainl aft er lie Ibrouigh t me all th(
way 'ei'e In 'is arms, biless 'im'~"
Sc'otchu kir'k wthen'i .the door0 was left
open durtinig servt'lie thaitI a hiamb that
had1 lost. Ifs miothier'Htrayied into the~
church andtt be(ganl to (lIStuarb the con.~
gre(gaitioni by Its maournfuil cirles tind
blents. 'U'he at in ister' Ionnetd over hiis
dlesk, wokek thle c'leik, wthor usit Ibelo w.
anid wvhispere'd to himii in miallble tonets,
"'Sandiy, rmtov'e tha t inamib."' Hanudy
acc'(ordl ingh~'ly proceedlted to cat ch te
lam b, nd iwhlten, afIteri an exelctIng ch ae
arot~umnd the kirk, lie had got It safely by
the( scriutff oif the neck lie ldl It down'm
the ale', callliig to II ini the gegle..;t
tonies all ft' way, "*('itaui alang, imy
Wee hintinle; i'toiim alag." The (loor'
wias re(a( Ced at Is at an ti ulIeikly3 shut,
but I hose ofi t lie ('onugrega t Ion who weore
Iear tin t (eitI oIf thle kirik hieard a seu -
(he and ant anigry voIce saying, ''Got
out of' the hioout of the Laird, ye brute!I"
Specialties T HIS Week
Fll in YlNTu S illon"t.
W A N'T'.D rtor e'h. expt, chticktens aitd hioi
-00 A R E
And we are well supp
We have just receiv
white goods for waists. C
been immense this season,
to show you, a prettier line
the first of the season.
Big lot; of Two-pieco Suits jut
an1d be cotufortable in a nice light t
tntor, re(gtti Ir-.
NKMw SHOES AND OXFOR
l'i line- of Oxfordis for m-n, w(
w hiu. Among tho 11nnt1y paitilnr
toIWakover, ladttle Ax, Pet.
SAd othe s1 a ll ners.
FU I NI"'UR--iOe of th bt
fournlt in) thet litattm. We are S l!o :I""
c(elebr'llael litcholl WNa:.ron. Call o
alwva i sli to1 serve you, u l w11 e a
4to mlalmf- hutstling, tuonths-. )tn oft'11J 1.
alythiig to () with it. Our entltirl- Ii
fmh- are fillinig inl ordler, nn-%'w!
wve Could a-t tit(e first of the tvqizonl.
500 yards wh'ite Lawn, Ole :.0.,
Olothing, Khlem, I1H1. m.
TIlE 1TATE OF SOUT1I CAROLINA.
Colu'ty (if Pickonsm.
BY .T. It. Nf wb), ry Esq., Prohnate Juldgo.
WVIll-:IW17AS, D1. M. Mlere*k mnd .1. M,.
i.' terield m o. sict i. to me to nin'Ist
t! cm Lthtrv ot Admnsh-nitionj of 1he1F
La'.' i. d effCts 01' BloonIr
TI o.11 A m- Tuti l Fol i. I to vitv anud aid
mloish' aill an1d singuhn-11 11ho k..nilredIl nnd
creidilors of the ~iia14 1 B I Oliv rk
iecea'd, that they I o anod a1pp:ar I)
foro t1e, in the o (o itut of L'thol, to Il
hic hl vt Plicke1-ns Ciourt. lin".S .. on
t ' 71h 1 a1 y of .Inne, 1905, aft- r puil i
--honl here . it 'I: 11 'eh - 1. ; f rv
lo -to h a if 1 11 ,.N hav% .
why the said Adiili 'ai i nll;, o
(Givenl underl mnv im d ;1.41 :vI, Ola
2.111 diay if \la , 1'.h5, i Ii lte 12 . .
of our mtideptI doieie.
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fNveri.Il aild consliplii 'wi: I b I .
SI ' . i f \\tat l's ait 1. 1.1 H t11.4 ( 1
IN 1' t3111 ,? 1"l. .v' i (11 41.41 wil l (ir
*nis't:; 2.rc. Soin ple~ 1.1t( b11 a Ih i 1
C .a. E ". O W.'l A
e.'j the RA l u i You Ahi t~ays Blough
(Its I V. I*oly I 'rts'il 11.\F l .)
(' ld 1 Will S111-e1411 A i.'fp
Pl. "* Sh, Alt, vIn
THAT IS PROD UCED)
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ACtj,.t TM i
Ga~~~~~. ..4 e n n.. . . .ywa. . ..
Engine Io run .. . . .
lied with all kiAi i iot
ed another big shipnient ot
Our tade on white goods has
and we have sonie new things
of patterns than we had at
arrived. Put your heavy suit asido
mvo-piuoo suit, Can fit any size, alim,
DS COMING IN EVERY DAY.
un anid children in blapk tan and
branIsi i of sh1oes we handle are the
Lr's Black Diamond, Selz, Julia Mar.
IlO, wAGONS, SADDLERY AND
lins of inggio4 -ind Wagons to be
nts for the Umns City Buggy and the
i for anythirig you need, we are
pyri em to youlr 1t1mwiless. We.propose
-.Ju .,nd Augum, if low prices have
iw4 fif Dry (Goods hasi been strengthened
enn supply your wnutts %1s vell now as
nil c hlnd, t? go at 121 and 15c.
l '. Funrn imlh fi g Goods
A Creepliig Death.
lialod poisim (reeps up towar&d iho
ii .4 Vt, ein~Hlg eina;t-h. J , E. Stearny
Bell'I J i, Miion., writon that a friend
lir.n dfluly i-jured Ik hand,(1 whichl
w.ibh <d up hk,- blo. d poisoing. Bujc
1n4.s Arva .alvo drew ont t0ho I)'apoion
i-aled Itle wonrI, amid saved his lifo.
I1 s' in thl worid for hinins mtl soio.
25o at ielokens Drug Co.
Iligli Cla1Ss -Jo) P. iitiug at this O!1CO
Saved by Dynamite.
8omeh timies, it flinioI :i.;:y is ltl'voe by
ivI'uliig at sp(<eo that the iho ean't:
Or-. s. Bo I ' tinl*, 11 coligli hangs.on .o
ty fo I us If noting but dyna.
nal. a;jI ocrt. it,. Z. 'I'. Gray, of Cal
4 1i', (i , wri . : " - . wife had a very
. I , . 41.'.,gli, whc'l It. p. iteruuwako'
in.Tw., li.Npielm cott'd niot hiolp
oe m o tHpook Or. Kinig'st Now Di.
0 ver0 Io ('o .mu 'ml> .on, k..1'ughs 1111d
(Olds. '% b1 cl 4 ased be r cough, gavo lier
-; pll 3111.1 ih y enlredI hr." Strictly
iii.- 01r1 for brouclhi i aid Lia
0 ippm. At PieLko . )rug Co., prieo
50 and $1.00, gmr-tuiced. Trial bott~la
M..I he-r C4rn'Is Sweet P'owdt-rn for (hildren
u-icevfnll y tael by Mother Gay. nirse In ti
ii ret's IIhano in Neow York, uire fe.verl :-11
ii' s, Ib1414 StonIlt. Teehinglm i Disor~der, 111' vo
ii.e blsbI'~iil ide'strov warnis. Over30U,O00tes .
Ititiials. Thery tevey~r fall. At aill druggist,
--.c Niide free. Addilress A llen 8. Ohnste14d
1,eltoy, N. Y.
Order for $2.50
you by Express
plini package if
A L LON
IN NORTH CAROLINA.
- Asheville, N. C.
TI. -('remt FI'arm Engine is the
A wrhr:d (oid M~eda. at W.orld'u F air, 1904.
It weilhs ab~mt half a ton and develops
'e tw I 11. 1'.: s'nt ready to connect
to your jump it desired.
Cuti out comnplete adveriisemnt
Fairbanks, Morse & Co., Monroe S
Please sendt me ii iustrated Catalos
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