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runnaIUND BVaRY WdDNH8DAY MOU14MG.
The Bentinl-Journal Qompany,
THOMPSON & IUoniy. PRoPs.
PICKENS, 8, C,.:
Wedueday, Noveimber 8, 190),b6
Any one who has takeni .the trou
ble t converfso w ith the tuore iuti.lli
geut and progrvesive citz inu will
find that there is in' this co.t anunity
a vd'y strong feelitig. that we have
got the naaking of a good town hre,
bnit that in rnany, very inany respecta,
we aro not keeping up with the other
towns of the stute, or. even of the
county, for that matter. The-ro is a
good'deal of talk a tout fire protec
tiot, water wortks, oketric lightA,
gotd roadways and bidewalke, eto.
The people talk along tho line of
Olvio imirovement such as wo set- aid
read (if eveywhere1. arounid, but after
all it is only tnlk, for they seem to
think that to meet thebe demands a
lot of ready money is npeded. But
money for internal improvemen ts
could be raised by bonding (lite toAt
and the day is not far (tA when the
people of Piekents will view tho qw..
tion in its right light and will come
to the conclusion that they want
progress, and that there is no oilir
way to have it.
GOOD NEWS FOIL PICKI'NS.
Sclence Haq at Last Iscovered a Real
Cure for Iteunmalsim.
After-yearsof exueriment a now cientlific
remedy has been found that noit only relieves.
but absolutely cures Rheumatisn nid kindred
dite Ises to stay Cur.d. ithenmatismn is cause 1
by an excess of poisonous aeids in the blood.
The new discovery Ihtieutmaeide, though purely
vegtable, and acting through natiires ehannoiels
neutralizes these neids and sweeps all poisons
and harmful geris out of the blood. At the
sametime it toies UP the stomuach i land regu.
lates the liver and kidney,
Iheunacide therefore. eures the disease per
manently, because it removes tle cause. It
bs eured hundreds of cases after the most no
ted doctors and hospitals have failed itheumna.
eide cured .)ames wilkes of i)i;loi, S. C., after
he had been held in bed by rhenIAuis8m for
three years and his feet were drawn up illmost to
his nack. This it only one of many marvelous
cures that ltheutmacide has already performed
Rhouimacide is curing many caise of Rh1e1nm :
tism, Sciatica, lumbago, gout, kidney trou ble,
indigestion and constipation, right in this coin.
others we be.
THE DAILY H-ERAL
Newspaper nud Jobi Pri
J. T HOMAS A RNOLI
Dry oods, Faucy Goot
A. A. PEARSON CO.,
Panicy GrOceries aind (k
- H. J. FELTON,
GOWER SUPPLY Co
Wndowv, Rlibbed, y
Limo and (emnt~,
CITY NATIONL BAN
On New Deposito. Inqi
WHEELER AND SOIl
S Artistic Photography.
Will have the la ;gest aggregation o
make Pair Week a bargain week at
this store whlether yo i go to the Rai
Fair to make this store head(quartern
salesmeni for any inlfortmation you rr
!Iiere is a List of Some of the
50 Cent Wool Hose, 25 Cents.
Tie" ,.oso are all wool, ladies' and men's black and grey. Fair
Week prico, 25c.
8 1-3 Cents Outing, 5 Cents.
While otnor nerchants aro talking higher pricoR on cotton goods,
wo're o1ffering you an Outing that coudti't be bought in ttw for ose
than 8 1 1c, at per yard, 5c.
Ladies' 50 Cents Uidervests, 25 Cents.
Positivelv the biggest bargain we ever offered W Ladis' Undeuar.
(i't bO 60o191t it, town for less thlan 500, but our Fair Week price is.
the garmlen~t, 25c. 1j
50 Cents Cotton Blankets, 25 Cents.
This i ve biggrt e latikt hargain ever offered in Greenvitlo.
Good size, F'air WVeek price, 2.15c.
6 1-4c Cotton Plaids, 4c.
Alanance is th 4ame of thi pleid, nover ofyered before for le(ss thaou If
ic, iiow worth (6 1 dc. Fair Wef~k price, 4c per yard.W
$R The ladies will find our Dress Goods Set tion and Cloak D
and Jackets ever carried by this hok
i1O-112 North Main Street.
~HOW MANY PIANO 7
Don't fail to ask the I
is $8oo Grand Piano
>solutely free by
th the merchants belowv
ckets to draw for it.
takes place Dec. 25, '05.
il to ask for may get
sts you nothing to
try for it.
niing. Sd ~oI
) CO.,HA ISN I
la and Noton.q.Putb.is w
[agazines.. ee toeaa
eta' aterijl. SMII, h ,,Ricu RQE&DS
heare att Bank.
R.M. W. GOODL
iud ., Plt ls;SotM aoat
Opened Tuesday, October 31 st, and
t bargai ns ever o ( xhbition in
The Bee live, ;n \V are going tc
r GrounIds or . We urgently in
i. Leave y ur bU ) ings in our ch
Bargains We Are Goig to Offer I
Nenl's 50W egge Shirts, 39c.
On i Mr. o hunder d and hi., r.mli ii shir N n noufacIurtir w hile in tho
nirket, two hii-. i :i'h Ii i i z\ n edit-n 81hrtsi at a unliform
rie-.. Not a0irt. i:.& A.. loi W01 14 '3 (lthat. 0k:. Fair Week price, 39o.
25c Iadlie' Belts, Joe.
Toom cents sounds. mig!h tv cllo-: p or lad es' belts, but we'ro goig to
Al tho good quarter b -1t Fair W ek f:r * 10-. ,
15c Cotlon .Fainnel, 10C
Th-se gonds come i. sh it. -eri t h front 5 o 20 ards to the
iOco Not a pieco w. r it i -.i 1 0.1ir W 5e )I20, ot.
E x t r a h e a v m 11 ( v e -I - \ % a i: e a s ily 7 5 c , a ll
zes. Fair \u.- k pitev h.e.
You will see the Greattst E;ib iljn of Clothing Bargains in Greenville
you collie to the bl, . r - -ill I i. Clothiug h)ii.
4se, a!d w'rv. g . i it o -. v v t A k your m'ighbor wlli rn
epartment a good place to mak' their pIurchases for fall and m
ise. Do 't forget we oflr hundreds of other bargains in all <
erson Comp an's Bus
~CKETS HAVE YOU
louses below for Free Tickets for this
:ent Everett Grand Piano.
"The Artists' ideal."
ft Crenmn d .(1iakery.
and $teami Ii tors.WLL
5, Sa~idios, L.:p) lRobh'., ( I ar~ .. o'.*i' sI
claws Hia a' f-loi.o.
IAMS FURNIT UR E CO., C .T
I Honso FaIhmig..
Mu~ical Instrumo .fis.
d TPobacco. MPG
nltractor. Tickets with all wark
[naIurance. -Eiqii~llac .)Tai
MALLr or.l2~~sr. rs
Greenville. We have prepared to
make it worth your whilo te visit
vite everybody who is visiting the
arge and call on any of our twenty
uiring the Great Fair Week:
is the b st place to buy Clothing. If he b ught herp anidi very likely
he has, he will say Hobbi-Henderson Co. Wo don't oi-r shod worn,
half made Clothing at any price. W3 giv.) you thii Iest taoloring to
be had. Our suits are made to our order and b-ar our m'ame, which is
a guarantee as to style, quality and fit.
The Greatest Bargains in Greouville are our Overcoats.
Over one hundred different styles and qualities t) selAct from, rang.
ing in price from $250 to $20.00. Every coat a bargain at rhe pjice
Did you ever have any of our Shoes to go wrong? If sn, didio't we
make1 you satisfied %ith a new pair or whatever you thioughL right and
just? Our Shoes ari sold under a guarantee of a new p ii r if they do
not give absolute satisfaction. Then the prices ar) al wais low4ir on
good shors than the othtr fellow's iniferior one.
Men's first quality Deans H. BrogaInU,sol(I elsqwher ,it $150 F.ir
Week price, $1.25. Womna's all solid Kangaroo Shes, plain tues,
worth $1 25, at *1 00. Women's all solid leatt-or K'ingarm) polish,
plain or cap toes, $1.25.
Ovt r ten thousand pairs of Shoes to seleot from.
inter. VWe are showing the biggest line of Ladies' Cloaks
lepartments during Fair Week.
Greenville's Cheapest Store.
SAV ED ?-I
Grand Piano is on exhibition in
John H. Willims'
up-to-date Music House
Grand Opera i-ouse Building,
Greenville, S. C.,
most coniplete and up-to-datc
line of Musical Goods.
state are carried.
Don't fail to call and see thisi
RD LUMBER AND BOBBIN CO.
. Wood work of abi Dscriptions.
\MS MILLINERY Co.
lo-dato 11afts and Miishnery.
1)DOSTER & BRAMLETTP
JCKER & BRO.
i ry md all IKDINd of WVafch Royp ira.
list and onsulting Spec a'lit
rial Livery, Feed and Sale Stables.
FY & PARKER,
Meats, Fish and Oyster,.