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#D1' 1sHECD EvYRY WEDNIlSDAY MORNINo.
Tho Sentinol-Journal Company.
TuoursoN & RICHIY. PRoPS.
J. Lj. O. T110MPSON, EDITOR.
Subsoriptiou $1.00 Per Annum.
Advertision R.tes Rea.onable.
n1tered at P1enkilis Iostotice as Second Class
PICK ENS, S. C.:
.Wednesday, July 126, 1905.
INTERURBAN TROLLEY LINE.
On the fron t, pnge we publish two
articles from North Caroliia papir",
one from the Polk county News,show.
ing that tHi ie-xpct to bond their
county inl the m1111) of $100,000 for
the buildit.g of the Interurban line,
the other fron tlie ie'dersonville
Hustler, show ing the impot tance of
the county of Ilendrson bonding
itself to aid the t P(ey line; also
showing that the toudding of a rail.
road through their county enhanced
the taxable property of the county
from $229,000 before the road was
built to $2,900,000, at the present
time, or a net advancement of $2,
671.000 that is directly traceable to
the Spartanburg and Asheville Rail
road alone. This ,being so, they see
a means of opening up their country
and also further etinhancing property,
and aro working hard for the enter
prise. The Hustler says, "the Eav.
ing in freights alone, with a compe,4
ing enterpriie, would more than off
set tho small increase in taxes con
sequent upon the adoption of the
proposition. Nothing means more
for Hendersoivillo and lendeiHon
county than the success of the
schemo under contemplation. Lot.
the matter be fully and clearly pro
sented to tho ci izens and residents
of the townships included in the call
for an election. Coco they thoroughly
understand and reilizo the benefits
derived from the success of the movo
ment there will be little diflicuity in
securing their co-opuratioi."
That is the point ! Oceo a town
or a community awakesito the advan
tage of an enterpritc and 1r-alizos the
benefits to be derived from it, there
Sections oif Pickenis cu ty areC be
ginning lo raliz() the nmeed of moure
enterprise niied b(et.ter facilities, and
see thea necesai ty3 for mnanu facturning
cstablishments and they think the
best way to bring about these
changed conditions is through the
I nterurb~an Trolley Line, as proposed1
by this paper, anud the citizens of the
Oolenoy Valley are agiating the
matter and are thoroughly looking
iito the merits of the~ enterprise.
We are glad to sOO it is this way
and1 that our efforts for the best,. ini
terests andl the adlvanIcement of the
best section of the United States is
beginning to bear fruit
This paper stands for push, pro
gress, ad vancemnent, of everything in)
the county', town and country alio,
and every individuald citizen. where
he has anythmg~ to advance, and our
columns are always open to the citi
zens of the county, b)e they subscri
bers or not, to dliscuss all questions
for, and methods of, advancing the
best interests of all concerned. Coim
mnunications along this line aro ulrgodl
and will be cheerfuliy publishod Let
us all join hands and pushm the old
county upl in the front rank, and
make her the peer of any. Nature
has done much for her, bult the fin
isihing touches must be put on by
Motor Car For' Pickens Road.
The Greenville News of the 25thI
ins9tant contains the following:
The management of the Pickons
railroad, wvhich runs from Pbckons
to Eaeley where it connects with
the Southern Railway, is Otctem
plating the purchase of a miotor
car. These cars ate lighit and can
be operated at at comparatively t
smalt eXpense. T1hey atre cleani
and comfortable and are suited to
Just such railroads as that in Pick
ens county where stops are fre
quent and trains are operated at
TIhe motor car for railway use is t1
becoming recoginized in railway r
engineermng and is already popular
with the higher oflicials. TIhey.
are capable of developing plonty of
speed, and as passenger vehicles on
short lines are said to be0 cheaper
and more satisfactory than any
Because of its short mileage the
Piokens railroad is compelled to
operate combination trauns in order
to save the expense of having two
locomotives to do the Wprk.-The
pulasonger coach is attAdhc to 0
Way are ra(I l4iwiy
Losing* your hairi Coming
out by the combful P And v
doing nothing? No sense In
that! Why don't you use
Ayer's Hair Vigor and
l6air Vi or
promptly stop' the falling? |r
Your hair will begin to grow,
too, and all daiidruff will dis
appear. Could you rcason
ably expect anything better?
I A r' Mir Vigor Is it grent. sm ac s wim al
Mue. I y Ir Nvs fallijig wit ta, ry bud ly, hmml.
th llair Vlgor uMoppedt it and itow iy il ar Is .4
all rigim V." w.U. l.musa i N. l.laaisaty, i. ,
it 410 a iAmme. ,7. V. Ave* t CO.. C
-a-3. fo r - 1 W-W.Ti y
ongers for the north and to Green.
rille are forced to wait about two
Lour8 whether they take the morn -
ing or afternoon trains. Since the
greater part of the travel is to this
oity, the managemnut has been
trying for years to dovise somt)
sobeme by which all trains t.o the
south could be muet with close 0)m.
ilections either wiy, ild it is bt...
h oVed that th steam motor Ca11r
will solve tho problim.
If such a cEar is u)Ilrcieli, and it
is understood that mgoaatiation1s
abro Iow pending, t1 caml-tbgo wilI bo
Seculrmed to ace mo bite aiboit twoan
ty passe gers i a d at itiier Ail' p ro a
bobly be uddedl for au; ml miy mo101.
This would imns)w er the demanids (t
the Pickeii a to d 1und alri iary
conditiols 11ad silaem 1the moLa,
eair would be op(.ia ated ii iaely ii -
d(pendent ol the se1ular tron, an
exc'elliut .chal (1 1 w 1nic la, anI
end of th log doa (3 :A. EAiilty.
Mothern! Mi a.<e an t o ,r!
]low mlanly chlileire awe at this eavon
fever'ishi and constipat i nih bad
Stollich hlle ih. iMlother (iray's
weet Pcwelers fo-r child(reni will nlways
V1nreb. If worms Ir. pr1m iat 11 (N y wil
certallmIy lrln-ov lia lm. AI iti! dru-1g
gists; 2.5o S i nph - li -itih- nm i a t Fiaml i,
A(dreiss A l'1 S. Ohi H'ei . LRaoy.
The indlersigned regre ful cal
ip: n 111)o opposud 'a 1,!l lilp:msary
in Pickens comuantly t- meet. in the
court houso at. 11 (o' lock on i ho 8th
daIy of Auigust text L a Oi-eaus imnit.
ters of ilhmparaL een C' a et d with
tie lailo dispelsrily. it Is lhipl that
eic votilng preIt-cilct ill the coul ny I
will sen1d lit Ieast, t. r r tives.
D . W. I U..rr,
0. M Aloxa:v,
IR E. O iNlay, i
RI. A. I3owans a
Noithimng lnimsked, NoimgmGiainect.
You risk nothiug in buying Elliott,'s
Emulsifiedl Oil Liniment, be'causo you I
got y'our, mionecy bac~k if not satisfied,
Your' gain is great, bneauso you1 get the 1
best liminenlt over lnaldo. Jk-st for lheu
ma)Ztism beaot foi Spramiis and4 Swevlligm,
best for uso1 ill the fatuiiy and ou your
ailock. A full 1-2 pint bottle, costs but
25 et6. No risk, all gain.
C A i"I O T. x. i.
Bears the , The Kind YOU iine Aiways Bought
8ignaturo Z , T
Hazei~il, S. C, Ju ly 5 --T1he fallm
eraS arei) m aying by the'ir crops as v
fast as they can, but14 inone aro v
doneO yet. Oro'&ps1 ar1e not his good r*
rye is toleorable fair, WII-ilts a rmy
ramIIl--tw bOIig frmtsbetsi right,. latly.
The singIng at, Antaioch Sundai~y L
was a gland~ Iucess.~ Sunday
school wvas callad toget her by
Supt. W. WV. Aikon, at4 then ulsual
hour, aftor which n1 4.ess wV 1a takeni I
a ipoited to arrang the1 i~ pro
IZrammel)) foar the dIlav rep)olt3d the1
following: Profs. J1. L. Murphre',
MfcD.. W~eams -and1 E. NI. loding e
arr'Ian igeand ( hlld the class iifteen 9
mliniutes eaich. Preahcin g by I le
pastor, Rev. A . Jf. Manlov. One' I
hour i' or dlinne1r was tillen lan,
had beenI satislia)d singing& was
iaIin"reumt~ed . PrjofI. Aliel).
Enma Ilphl)'y(d an id 51angl n1 coupilo
>1 anthonmls, when~ thle connnlittee
on)lounlced (hio fllowing pro'c--h
ramm for11 th' le Ooenog : IProfs. J. fo
!arteoand *11( . M. Blhling san~g .
vnit~y m1inuites$ 0,1ch, Iad MesNI'r I
T.1. Lewis, Mt. . Haker', A. T
Tinchlestaar, WV. J . Haker11, Will ea
Thoma and15 1( AnadrewI~ PmrPitt led1
eCI caiss 15 inu Lte ea l8chi. Pro'mf. Iai
foams and others per1formed(~ at11
1e organi, and)4 to 10be ure thi'y
ore up to theoir business.
TPhus ended a dlay 's ainaging lon)ig 0
h e rememiborecd by all tihat were
r'esenlt, Estimates hlave it thlat "E
hlere were 500 peop10le present,
'he best,. of behaviour was had
broughout the day. A
Mountain Sprout. pa'
A OR N DAoIHN..- NAN, WHE giet
o dN~~ ruV *urNPAW,-,^,DIN THE R
M C!TH@ 'HA aClM .QtN TA
~ ~QV7"aUt$UO, *
Six Mile News.
It affords me greot lelttsire to
vo another Opportnity of writ. (1
4 to the dedr old Sentinel Jour. rlt
'1 once agiin, and altho1gh mny Ib
n is dull, I will do the best. I can. it)
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Will:m m n
3ited in the Stowart section last ,
nday. 1 0
Little Charlie Bolding got~his ti
Dt cut very bad with a mowihg oi
d last Friday, Ii
We are sorry to say that Mrs. g
D. Rice has the fever. 11r mi
any friends lihopo to hear of her ft
Mrs. A.. P. Alexinder, of tie
ewart. secti.n, visited at the %
>me of her daughter, Mrs. Willi- v
Mr. Cap Mauldin, of the Stew. h
:t section, was in our little V
burg" Suinpay. Come again, I
ap; ti are always glad to have e
oi with us.
Mr. Waiter Willimun attende:1
he singing at Old Pickenis Sunday. (
J. C. Garrett has his raco com
ileted- at his mill and is nakitig
l) floit. He his the best. roller
nill anywhere in the country, and
t is a great Llp to our commu- a
Beveral of otir pe'ople atteid(led
ervices; at Gap Hill Sunday.
.tv. Roof ii iho pastor of that
Borh, oil the 1.5th istant, to Nr. i
111d Mrs. 11. B. Baerett, a fine girl.
We have hiad good seasois and
ri'o1ps arei l1o iking well.
INI r. and Mrs. Jamesi Parsons, of
'iberty, visited at tle horn of
Urs. Robert Mauldin recently.
Mrs. R.dert, Miauldin is very
ick at this writing.
Mr. E. 0. Mauldin, a popular
'Oung m11n1 of tho S tewart section,
Vas in our town last. week.
Mr. Frank ifendricks and huiin
ly, of Liberty, visited the home.
it MA. and Mrs. R. W. Willimon t
ast Saturday aid Sinday.
B1rn unto Mr. and Mrs. Joe i
)avis, a hountcinig boy. (
Bly it Now.
Now is4 the timo to bty Chamberlaiii's r
(lolera. Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy. c
.t is eertiain to be) needed sioo ner or later
tld whenl that, tine conea you w,11 ieed
t badly-you- will need it qsickly. Buy
L now. I' may save life.. For sale by
?ickens Drug Co. V
Six Mile Snap Shots.
T'hero are seveial ceses of fever c
n1 this sectioln.
We hav had plenty of rain for a
lie past two weeks, and the grass
s hurting the cro.ps n
Rev. W, 0. Scuburn )reached at b
lix Alile last Sunday' evon tig.
Mr. Press Montgomery and famn-t
ly have settled1 one and a half ,
ujlos south of Six. Mile, On his "
irm. He says ho is tired of the
est, where he has been for the
at two years. 1
School at Garvin school house
'egani the 17th inistant, with teni (
upils. The attendance is small s
n account of the farmers being
ehind with their crops-.
Snap Sho t. .
Bent Her Double.
"'I knew no ('ne for f~ur wveeka, whien
w~aR sink with typhoid and kidneya
ral,"~ 'wrvites Mrs. Au nnie [Inniter, of
'ittsboir, P'a., "and1( when~i I got better,
~thoughu .I hnd1 one of the~ bt)'t doctori'
coultI get, I was benit double and had
o rest my hands npou01 my knees when~i I
'aikod. From thin ter iie affliction I
Pas resenied by Electric Bitters, wvhich I
estored my hea'ilhh anid strengthI, and
ow I cani~ walk as straight as over, a
'hey ar'e simply wvondeirul."' (naran
wd( to eurIo atomalch, liver anid kidney a
ixorde'rs; at, Pickens D~rug Co's. store
5th50 a bottle.
---a + -----
.iberty Cotton Mills Makes Fine Show
Li berty, Jully 24 -The anniual rl
leoting of the stockholders of the E
iborly Cotton Mills was hold at N.
wit oflice last Thuirsday. .3
Tb'c relIort of the president and3( -
aniidng the bad markets of thle A
net year the mill hand prospered.Ii
ho follow ig board of directors
as elected: J1. P. Smith, J. H-. AI. fM
enty, J1. R-' Vandi ver,J .1 . W~ilson, a
'. 11. Chn pimn Wi. T1. O'Deoll, Rl . "
. Smithi; A. NI. Rtodfearn. I u
A t thei' di rectors' mee'it intg J. Pi. I,'
nilthI wvas ro-elected( priesilent11't
dI treasur'er. TFhe miiill bieginus
h ew yearV with brigh t prospects
' iaisucessfl ani id prosperous t.
iss 1Uelen Little johni of Jones. B
lo and1( M iss helen Jfrackett of .?
mU.mni Cot lege are visi tinig tho
aily oft J. P. Smith. i
'ho a1 nnual11 re'un ion ofI the ga
iily which was sched uled to take
*e on the 29th inst. hias be.m ini
initely posntponied. I,
lie Contrai'itor has coflmmenico(ed 1(
k on the new school building. tert
armors are fiishiing ut) ''lay- ceo
by " Crops are looking well. h
Shiake into Your Shoes.
lien's Foot Eas.', a power. It cures
iful, amauurtimi. nlervous feet and in,
Ning nuails, an .instantly takes the
g out of corns and h)um~ons. Its the
latest coumfort dliscovery of the age. Chi
mi'a Foot-Ease maikes tight or new
3s feel easy. It Is a certain cuire for C
ating, caliQua aind hot, tired aching I)
.Try it to-day. Rold by all Drug- j:
a and shoe storirs, 25c. Don't accept Do'
substitute. Trial package FREE. jll
iters, Allen S. Olmusted, LeRoy , N. Y. WV
For oottonu Weigher.
it. Crane is heoreby aninounced a a canidi. 5t1,
for Cotton, wvel her for ickens 'i'ownsip, tali
00'. to the aetion of the votora at the up- dy
ble. yoti..wanit a ilesanit laxativ, e
it Ia eay 60%kelc Ait, *rtain to act,. sh
uCham h (au'd .tomaeoh aind ivetIat
blots igen Co
The annual meeting of the Souti
Lrolia Weleyan \1ethOd iit, Con
ronce will bo held at Piedmont
inling August 2,and continu
g over the 2nd Suniday. Rev. A
o( th an)4 E Tetf-r, and all ib
rnisters of the South Carolini
'nierence are expetel to 1)
cre from first until last. Le
ch <.no ho very mullh in prayr
at it may be a tirno of. sul
3ttiteg to God for whatev'er the
ay n. 4)d. M ay all come in th
dliaQe o bldesing of tho gospe
Free eitertainument will ) pr<
1ded f-.,r mninist"rs t'awl woirkei
'ho are recognized asi such. Oth1
,ill be sble! to got board at a ver
tw rate on the groutnds. Rooli;
pill he provided for the SO n ho %% il
ritg bed clothing and bed-tick
o ni! C111) he presenut at aill ti
Prvice-n. Con One, Come all.
For ftither informatii, write L,
Cl Chyton, Clentral, S. (., or f
'adgett, Spartanburg, S. C,
How Co nmtion begins.
Contumptton alw.ays begins with
ough that ligoes A cough that hang
ad will not yield to the nonil treatmot
Ia R .ot 111 U (ons1Rumtionlt - but to<
ften it does imeanl this deld destroyo
as gaiu d a footing R vpalo's C o u g I
Clixir is very sicesful i ebecking ti
rogress of throat and lung dig.n se
yen coisnidtion yields to its jwerfi
Alience, if its u1se is bogan I efoo the
isCeaSP i6 t11o deep sealted. T1hiis moder
cientific remedy, kills 1h0 germs the
aus0 (onIsuilplion. Its. removes ti
nuw l~anid helps nat uro reblild the brok
lown tissue. If you liive a tjubbor
ough, try Rydole's Cough Elixir. it w
ot disapoint you.
Boars the The Kind You llave Always Boug
Liberty, R. F. D. No. 3.
Mrs. J. A. Davis visited her si
er, Mrs. .1 H. Clayton, last weel
Protracted service will con
ience at Golden Creek Baptit
hurch the first Sunday in AuguE
nd will continue through th
Prot.roctod servi-2e will con
ienco at Fairview the second Sun
Miss Tirzah Hughes visited rc
itives in this section last week.
Mr . and Mrs. Hartis,of Liberty
isited their daughter. Mrs. Cali
wrissey, last Wednaaday.
Wilton Watson, of Andersoi
InitLy, called on his uncle Jai
ist Sunday but did not find hii
Smith Griffin was kicked by
iule last week and hurt prett
ad but not serious. Ho is get
ug along all right now.
Will Porter will Commence
l'teen day singing school a
~olden, July 24th.
Thomas Gassaway is in very ba
R. TV. Hjallumi anid little Mis
leo pas.sod througnm hero laE
T1he farmers are nearly throng
'ork and are talking of taking
ountain trip before long.
Willie Clayton attended lb
ionic at Table Rock and reporte
GREY EYvun Gzit.
D~yspepsia or Indigestion.
iThe term "Dyspepsia" means the lac
Pppin in the stomach. Indigesetio
igh'tly IWad wheni ever the food is ne
roperly digetedo( regardles~s of the caust.
is immaterial, whether you call you
imienit Dyspepsia or Indigestion whe1
ydlale'xS~tonh Tab~lets arensmed. The
,c guieranteed1 to Cure all forms e
omach tronble. Buy a trial BoN
n ieo 26) ets.) .u.d be convino.'d.
Maj. T. H. Russell Dead.
iMaej. Thomas Li. Russell, well ame
vorably knowni to many oif oui
m'lers, di d at the home of his son
.Frank Russell, in Williamsatoni,!asi
tonday' morning, mi the eighty lifti
sar of his ago lie wats a plrinter
arn ing his trado tin thle old P'endele,
n Me-senger, and was editor of LIE
nderson Gazette, Hie leaves inim~
ring childrenu, besidest a host of rela.
/es and1( friends to m~outrn his dleath
'ther (Orn 'es Swecet P'owdeerse for Oh biroeu
ccxsi'i ly usexi by Mothter G1ray. nuirse in thae~
ili ren' s Homeee in Neow York, I 'uare t'everish
x, iumi stomeh.i Teiehlng 1)isorder, move
hoewels c ci de.st roy wormsc. Over 30,000i les
oagepis. Thiey neover fail. At ail ciruagist.
Roye '. .free. Add ress Ailen S. Ohnstioed
fbio Piedmaon t Iaptist Associa
n will meet with the~ Beaverdam
pt ist church ini Antdersoni cotin
:16 miles below of Liberty on
uarsd~ay belore the first Sundav
August, (Auguist 3rd)~
it rodnictory sermon by Rtev. T.
Nelson: alternate, Rev. D. 1.
urmain, Lot alli the chiurchos
I a full d(heation and0 com(o00)
p~aredl to stay three dlays. Let
will be stant at once b~y the
k to all tile church clerks and1(
ild be filled out by thenm.
et us make this the most inter,
ng association we have had.
W- A. Christopher,
asloy, S. C. Clerk,
CHOLERA INFA NTUJM.
id not Expected,. to Live from one
our to Anothe r liut Cured by
liAmlberlain's Cole, Cholera aind
tuth, the little daughter of E. N.
vey of A gnewville, Va., wias teriously
1 chtoloren infa'-tum hast summer.
gave her uip and did e.ot expect her
lve from one0 hlour to anfother," h,
I, I happened to think of Vlha-ber
a colic, cholera and diarrhoea roe
ud got a bottle of it from the store.
lvo hiours I saw a change for thn bet.
Woe kept oin giving it aend beforo
had taken the half of one sma-1 bot.
She was well." , This remedy ja for
by Piekana Drng Co
T HIS SUMMER is just
those things that will
come. Can't we he1
anxious to move before it is
department-the prices hav
a hurry. Look over the lisi
30 pieces colored L-u and Orgit
nificont- rango of patterns, goods so
sPa)sn for 1210 tind 150-will cloae th
Lti0 case 36-inch Shirtting Pereale-b
puterns-onr regular price which i
on sale, per yd ...................
36 inih white Cordod Madras, sold a]
in other stores at 123o per yard,
REMNANT SALE OF
i Au accumulation of remnanut left
aa'en will be put on silo tomorrom
Ladies' Gening111 Dongol1
i is warranted to wear as long
Men's Summer iTrousi
weight Tr-jusers, will be mai
it COME 3
110 and 112 N. M;
y Norr's, July 17.-The second di.
vision meets with Glolden's Creek the
fifth SatLur day1 an I Sunday in July.
t Folio sing is the pro gr:immre.
Saturday, 10) to 11 ai. mf., dlevo.
j tional exerc'ists, conducted by B. P.
8 11 a. mn , sermon by' J. B. Cooley.
t Qury -i. Is theo Sab~bathi school
a help to the church? Opened by J.
2. Is the Church of God having
tbe influence over the world it should
have? if net, why not? Opened by
Missionary tsermn Sunday13 by B3.
J. 0. Garrett, COhn. Comn.
A Creeping D~eathI.
Blood po0ison1 creepfi up towards the
Belle Plain, Min., writes that a friend
.dreadfully3 injuredl iai hand, wihich
Ss velled up like blord poisoiting. .Buck
Inn's Armiea Salvo drew ont the poipoti,
healed the wounid, and saved his life. I
13 at in the wold for burns aind sores. I
25i0 at Pickensa Drug Co.
--eginning Aug.ust 1st we w I
only pay 100 for but ter till w'e e n
offer better prices. Ciaig Bros. '2t
For Sale -Lot of gomod milk cows.
Fresh in milk. (. A. Ellis.
For Sale - One wiatchmrakers'
hench, one leithe, one lathe wheel.
Cheapa for cash. Sell in bul k or each
article separate. J. F. Bro~ck.
- Will p)ay O0e per bulshl~p in mter
ebtand is' for fres~h clean Jry pteach
seedl. Cr aig Bros 2t
A heapil of lit tle Ibiungs ceny' at J
I ). M onre's.
You can get 25 1lbs. t ie for onte
dlollar' at J. D). MOOre's
Come a n3d see out' nice line or shoes
.J. TI. Fec~nnelIs & Co
Mlolasse's at J1. D. Mohore's 30c fo
40~c peri gallona- good.
A nice line of mten's8 and youth
collars at J. T1. Fennuell & CJo's Store
Real good cider at J. D). Moore's.
This is a reminder t hat I am .still
doing busAiness at the t >hlitnd (over'
Pickens Drug Stor e) wv here I amn
always glad to serve my >id as well
as new friends. WVhten ye a want a4
quick and easy shave, or an up-to-date
hair cut, give me a call.
E. TI. Hunter The Barber.
Highest prices piaid for chick~ns
eggs and country produco,
J. T1. Fenneli & Co. d
Good apple vinegar at J. D.
Moore's for 25c per gallon.
The. nicest line of lamps, glasswareI
and decorated dishes to go at cost,
J. T1. F3ennell & Co.
FOR 30 tRAYS.
I will cut the price on oak bed steads.
All calicoes 5 CentsB.
G~o id Chtecks b ceiSs.
A job lot or Men's :n I Doy's hats fromI
10 conte upf. I ad'Ce Skrts 50 cets
Brown's Mule tob: coo 24 cents.
Goods Must Move.
beginning with you, and you no doubt are busy providing
make you comfortable through the hot summer months to
> you? The things you need most are the things we are
too late We are offering special inducements in every
e been made so low on Summer Goods that they'll move in
for this Weeks Selling.
Idlo 8 U3J'EUCIAL BARGAINS IN
,lot pry.d 3n e x o d
"tifil 9 Shoes and Oxfords
v.s 12je, go -----.- I
i the season 9c LaieStrap 5andals, wiih plai9 or Cap top
ou secalall alolid and ma1do of genuline Vici Kil
leather, regular prico $1.50, low .
LAWNS Ladies' Colimial Ties, worth $1.50 it..........75c
Colonial Ties are not ith propir thing for street wear,
fro) hia seasons but. at the abovo prito wouild make good house slip.
at loss than half poi s14-made of genuine Kid leather, plain or opora too,
whilo they last, 75c.
ai Boots-Solid insole composition counter which
as the leather-value $1.25, our price whih 98
Wrs Ieduced-Several hundred pairs Men's Summer
rked down still lower for this week's selling.
'0 THE BUSY STORE.
H ENDERSON CO,
iin St, GREENVI4LE, S. C.
I have on hand a 1ice line of
WALTHAM and ELGIN
that I am selling at a very low price. Also some other cheaper
grade wvatches at aI good1 bargain. Jeweclry, watches and clocks
repaired, and 1 guaranmtee all work that I deliver.
HI. SNIDER, - - Easley, S. O.
Notice the Insuirance Features
of the Liberty Bank
Burglar Insurance Cashier Under Bond
F'ire Insurance Depositors' Insurance
If a burglar blows t he s ife, aind fire de4 stroys the building, and the cashie:
ski1ps out with what he~ canm get---notice theu resuilt:
Th'Ie Burglar Jnauirance Co. replaces whtiu the burglar got; thei Fire Insuranc
.pays for the buildhing anud tixiure s; the Bondl Co. rep~aces what the cashie:
resum e bursi t tha <er l ic aEijund p n a the dep<J) sitors--and the bank wvoul
Your <h-pJ)(sit is insurI( ( in thme Liberty Bank and it coats you nothing..
word to the wise is suffcient. R<t spectfully,
-- II. C. SiIRiLEY, Cashier.
WOMEN WHO SUFFER
For Permanent Relief
HERBINE acts directly on the Liver. It will cure CONSTIPA
TION, DYSPEPSIA, M ALRIA AND CHILLS. ia entirely free
from all osonous mlnetal substances, and is composed sol ely of
LIFE-GIVING H.ERBS. Espeolall ada p ed for weak and weary
constitutions; cti'rn ens the weakened gands and organs; it cliecks
all derangements of the human body.
CURED HER SICK HEADACHE
Mrs. Josle Cameron Centralia Avenue, Temle
Texas, writes: " I finA IIERB3INE gives me quic
rellef, and taepeasure in recommending it to all
women who suffr Iroma sick headache."
WITHIN THE REACH OF ALL.
Fifty Cents A Bottle Avoid All Substitutej
Ballard Snow Liniment Co.
St. Louis, U. S. A.
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