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PIC1t S ENS
Eutored April 23, 1903 at Pickeus, . C., as secoud class watter, undor act of Congress of March 8, 1879.
VO XVPICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, AUUT3M90-N.1
Adjutant General John -D. Frost
says he will fiot Iae a 'andidate for
Goveruor Heyward has returned
to C6 inibia from Virginia. where
he has been spending some time
Mayor R. Goodwin Rh tt of
Charleston was elected president
of the Lfiague of American Muni
cipalitios at Toledo, Ohio.
Desponsary No 5 at Charleston
hde been,, closed. The dispenser,
Owen F. -rtune, it is said, cannot
be found. Inepector Mart Floyd
says Fortune is short $2,500 to
George Richardson struck
farther. Felix Richardson, iii
face with an axe neaw Gaffney 'i
account of a differenco whi-h arose
while tho two were arguing over
the scripture. George fled, but
was captured and brought back toi
Gaffney and put in jail.
Curedf ilay Iever and Smumuer Cold.
A. J. Nusbaum, Batesville, Indianua,
writeq: "Last year I suffered for threeo
months with a summer cold so dia tresq
ing that it interfered with my business.
1 had many of Itke symptoms of bay
fever, and a doctor's prescription did not
reacri my case, and I took several medi
cities whicih seemed only to aggravate
my case. Vortunately. I insisted upon
having Foley's Honey and Tar and it
quickly cured me. My wife has since
used Foley'i Honey and Tar with the
same success." Pickens Drug Co.
Collecting Confederate Horse Claims.
S-iartaniburg, Aug. 25.-Con
gressmai Joe. T. Johnson has suc
cceded in collecting two additional
Confedorate horse claims from the
United States government, and
this time Capt. Alvin H. Deanwof
Duncans, 8outh Carolina, and a
widow, Mrs. Mary S Robinson, (if,
Union, South Carolina, :..re the1
fortunate persons. Mr. Johnson
today mailed checks on the Unitod
States treasury for $125 each toj
*to~ss the cough and healelung~
High* Falls Prope
Timber and Grar
of this property will be sold in
.ri o ner-s each, to the
Lhalla, S. C.,
* Molldy, September 4th,
*at 11 a. mn., in front of The
. Terms.-One:thiird cash, bal
ance in one . and two years,
with 8 per cent, interest pCr
annum, secured by first mort
gage, or all cash, at option of
The Water Power,
with 231 acres, wvill be sold to
the highest bidder, on the same
For further particulars apply
to) the undersigned.
J.W.A LE XANDERq
Spartanbuarus S. C,.
Mr. Grogan, ai
The opportunity of.%
The Secret of our Success
is that we are daily watching for bargains that ve
can give the people at prices- that they appreciate.
Now we have it for you.
Down in a Southern city we bought a coniplete
up-to-date stock of bankrupt goods at about one
- -half the manufacturers cost and we have decided that
our custome all have the benefit of this purchase,
and they . ''ale at about one half their actual
value. "Old out of date stuff, but brand new
goods, I -' .:6 -the spring trade for a city of about
5oOoo inh ts, and the- style and quality of these
goods is per ect. The goods are now on sale
and will last until they are all sold. We
haven't space to quote many prices but only give you
an idea of. the great values of this sale. Get ready
and take advantage of this sale, for they won't last long.
Superb line ot Shirts
This is one of the prettiest line of Shirts in the
.state, and for style 'and fit they can't be beat. They
are tht output of the leading factories of the United
States and'to move them quick we have put the price op
$1.50 Shirts for........... $1.00
$r.oo Shirts for....................... 75
75 Shirts for.........................o.. So
50 Shirts for....................... 38
On Little River,, in Oconee County, is about ten miles fron
9 acres of laiidandhas a natural waterfal! of 29 f-et 5 inche
d . Most of this I and is heavily timbered, and the demand 1o
* cates. There is an abunda.nce of Granite and sand for bui!
t Hihfals, wll s ow y u th proert
erte ae=0 .
T BUT NO7
i life-time--the greiatest sale
In the lot there ate about 300 paire of Pants of all kinds, stouts,
elims and regnlare, .11d thev w m't lat long at the price.
$6.oo Pants at only $4.00.
5.00 Pants at only 3-50
4-00 Pants at only 2.98.
3.50 Pants at only 2.50.
2.ooants at only 1.50
1.50 M nts at only i.oo.
1 .25 Pants at only 90.
1.oo Pants at only 78.'
You will ies it bargain if .ou fail to get a pair of these pants.
Big lot of Collars worth I 5c to go at i oc or.3 for 2 5c.
25C Socl' for 15c. i5c Socks for 10c.
35c and 5oc Socks for 25C.
Nice line of 5oc ties to go at 25c and 38C.
Silk string ties 15c, or 2 for 25c.
25C all Linen Handkerchiefs only i 5c.
ioc Handkerchiefs6nly 5c.
5c Handkerchiefs only 3c.
In this tale we have about (ifteen hundred pairs of men's qnd
lalies' Shocs nod Oxfords, ranging in price from $1 00 to $5.00
per pair. Thoe slioces are made by the leading mmaufacturers of
the United Stateg, and the sizes and styles aro perfect.
$4-,0 aad $5.oo. Shoes at $3.50.
3.50 and 4.oo Shoes at 2.85.
3.oo and 3-50 Shoes at 2.00.
3-50 and 4.00 Oxfords 2.50.
1-75 Shoes at $1.25
.-50 Shoes at i.oo.
' .oo Shoes at 75.
...--LEADERS IN LOW PRICES
i Walhalla. S. C., and ten miles from Seneca, and only a
s, with available H. P. 274. 615 H. P. can 1e secured b
r timber is increasing every clay. The land, with the tih
ding purposes on the water-power tract.
, wc issa edo t
Remember he Place
. L ra aa Penle' Ba
Pickens ever knew,
In order to make this sale interesting for the
ladies we are offering some special bargains in
W h't( Goods, Silks and Millinery.
All 7 1-2C White Goods to go at 5c.
All ioc White Goods to go-at 7 1-2c.
All j6 2-3c White Goods to go at 12 i-2c.
One lot 16 1-2C, 20C, 25c and 35c White Goods to
go at 15c.
One lot 35c Champ. col. to'go at 25c.
*Pino Crepe, all shades, 25c and 35c, to go at 19c.
Biig drive in all wool Batiste, only a few colors
grey, tan, old rose-from 65c to 35c.
We haven't space to quote more prices, but the
scalping knife has cut deep.
Millinery Goods Cut in Half.
This is one of the biggest millinery seasons that
we have ever had, and we feel very. grateful for your
patronage in this department. As we have closed our
eyes to profit we give you the remnant stock at yo
own price. We appreciate your business, cash or
credit, and will spare no pains to please you.
few miles up:the river from Newry. This property contains 1,331
y developing a double discharge.
aib r oft, will produce file cotton, as the part under cultivation ind