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PICKENS, S. C.
W. L. IMATENYll ditor & MA
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lily :ithe'rti'pitm et.-r wrfufttn by
f'I~t bi eit it'Ibobtutton bf it in tic
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fenvIfe Nliewvl i'L~e~ le i
OfThe Nowenots ifF h rale1.-et
F~ditoiiayli of the itic'tn, s..lt
mine a i nen stV m ht.r
anderlnced paperwsph w-hich o I
obe wonnee for ihut ue s
A nedishith yetea has-a r
tamou througGfney o the . Souih
beenlwl handltnstantly iute<
Sout~er Railw , hngn it lredit l
a toy. andftoeyickdns'..
miThe Dauvo Sngingti~n
lr~tSunda in Otnber the 6this.
e emo s nied tw-crat'taman l r
feld oo s enea he Cnterp.an, iret
ofthe kenehst parayps i rou
maaemn of W. . hiateny
el Death of Mrs. Cunningham.
A dark gloom was spread over the I
- whole Community around her old hnime
y when the IICWS over the1 Wire thilt
. Mrs. Georgia CunninghAm hall passed
to the grest beyoind ait her home in
_ lazard, Ky. last W.)iinesday morning.
Mrs. Cunningham was the youngest
daughter of Mrs. Alice Cochran of Cal
houn ind i Iiece of Mr. A. J. Hoggs of
Pickens. ,he wis a young woman of
-fine chll.t ter, brigh tand wionin iln her.
wavs, so that friendship' circle was to
her a Ilrg( one.
inly about 16ii Ionthis ago was she
mrieti to M~lr. Cunninghaliftihm)sh
b %ives it h a .1 months1 ol iniant to
hier losS. She wits laid rest at
Old Stone Church in Anderson county
'y last Saturday amidst a great
of Sirr iving friiends. To the her:t
broken iIhusbanId. iother, bdh r :mu
ISiSters Ve (\tenI symliitthv.
, Blu nw) she sleeps . r; \' e . ..
. And the e'iver hoi
.\\her the wild bimd - 2I,
1he4 foih liw li b -. h.
h ir f:une4 shine -
RED CHOSS NOTES
The <r44tor ofwoman'. work ef th ei
Pikens Cut 'atrA t .bg
the indulgenC(ef the aiot u br(-.e
Ldue to the fict that ill shipiiints have
been delayed filir various reasonis us
signed by the government. Soie boxes ,
of materials have been 1()4t in transi
from AtlanLa, and a iiigent t search is
being made for them.
Four allotieits-A have been gie.(ni )f
diffeirent charact(-r: Surgical 4<h-essings,
boys' uIdershirts. prperty h 11ags a
the mending of 1.1)1 undershirt ii. A
direct co nit'()i) e icatn ii fromi the war de
partnt regrets the delay of 1the tlat
(or, but the i abiility ti. ge1 the aIrticls-:
riy- furi t dt mind inund red has
-. moi s
~ R !~voece not ei
2'Who Have Fe
ndwith 0our 10-3-0 goods
swheat say it is the to:
they have ever used.
a The p)rospect of gt
idef is very poor. Thre<
'itke1 the plow and 400 lI
acre and you wvill hav
]~ ~ Anderson Phosj
ng:W. F. F4RME
State of Ohio. City ot Toledo,
Lucas County, as.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he
is senior partner of the fIrm of F. j
Cheney & Co., doing business in the City
of Toledo, County and Ctato aforesaid.
and that said firm will pay the sum of.
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for eaol
and every caso of Catarrh that cannot be
cured by the use of IIATi,S CATARRIU
blEDICINE. FRANK J. CIIENEY.
Sworn to before no and tiuibscrlbed in
my preseuice. this i1th day of December,
A. D. 189. A. W. G1E0ASON,
(Senli) Notary Public.
1 1all' Catarrhi Medicine l taken in.
ternr' lly anl acts throtgh 1h. Blood on
the Mucoits Surfaces of the System. Send
for ltlntnonials. free.
I.'. .1. ('IIEN Y & CO.. Toledo. 0.
Sl I b. all dlruggIsts, '7nw.
J * ," -untily 'ille for con.stiatiOD.
m'' .eri'-t In tlls iolinu foIr n .' e ta
w- in tl tins t ion nuit conint . n-eno i
Te' you C'all hI* 1u*ti..nlVNo
ce lent position through ts. ThI -ands
phtites direct. from schools pail- - 'A. t- o
.Y4nn a inonth. All persons qli, or.
Wi t h t ece.sary leuoca l can4 r 1i r . ..- i
r evi C b tachingI . \\rite to
"oil li 1.1. oa I'l4'V
t ei. 1I14 )u3I.te(;~eji
Nck le Two fond on - e.
lce n ()r e f W h. A. . A .\lill.
: 2 l('rI' 14 .i p .i n .. l i th ei
.a i mniiin for wcobr. ..\p18(. te.I
o .ut will h er \\' will
itlur ah . ob g ing ri 'al ties to ( cover
.(Iour mio feore th.e erae. Weitke
Aqi' kte. Ii'o . lt f
I itne 141 i Ch 'ow forsa . ..I.
l twrence,,C lo n 1 1 :
bushel CASH delivered at Easley.
Finiley & Whitmire. Easley, . .
We 114 im~e bought the G;illespie
.Jack. Hle enn) be found onl miy KEowee
P'lace in chiarge of W. A. Graint. Also
hnlve a nlic.( lot of pigs for sale at the
sae plaice. T. G . Gaines. 22
111ining October . clon, te
yealy uscription price of' lhe Ladies
tome .Journal will be and of te
Saturday Evenind g o ost. ah a, jtive usi
your order before the raise. We take
sdvs for any Lagzine published,
IN rkeom anruy o. 19tf
HIS OFFICE 7
is the place to have
yurprintinog donte, no
nattor wh t kind ij t may be.
] orel An iro l
~h uarnte aystasi o a
dontey stisfie witho Luzianne
grocer hwgv you ack upowit
s.Andor e ip. zan sfra
rture-proo caW hatin
wne torkhe s the sm
est letwheaterilizer ca
:htg gu anext saptatifng ae
ntire oaifie wet Lut ane
Y. And he3- toi the.
ewheat toe sll.h
)hate & Oil Co.
We have been receiving almost daily for
+ Ladies', Misses, and Children's Ready-to
+ Sport Coats, Cloaks, Skirts, Dresses and Sh
Prices on Ready-to-Wear is very little h1
+ thegoods will cost you, and you also save
We are showing a Complete line of C,
from $15.00 to $35.00, Cloaks from $10.00
Cls'rom $3.00 to $15.00; Skirts in Silks
$10.00; D r.e sses for Infants, Children and I
Sbeautifu1l line of Ladies' Dresses il Silks, Sc
Our husinesS in Shirt Waists has been
'enced all t.he .ear, and we are constantly
Waists. We have just received a large a,
fro h 1.00 to $6.00.
We will be more than pleased to show
C hildren's an(d Misses Ready-to-Wear, and
to prices and quality.
Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Gent's Fu
Sol! Agents for Walk-Over and Godman Shoc
New Home Sewing Machines, Chase City and
S No bet ter lin s nmae in America. 'lherefore thc
Suits, Coats and MI
At Bolt's Department S
We are now showing o
9Goods, including Ladies' Suit
and we -cordially invite you
Snew styles and get our prices
We especially invite you
Millinery Department. You
the most complete in this se
our milliners will be glad t<
not you may be ready to bl
jstyles correct and our prices
Edwin L Bolt
"The Store That's.
WE IIUV IM .
OLD F/U$E TEETH .
We pay from $2.00 to $35.00 per set. MCSWai &
value fror"Diamo6nds, old Gold, silverand LAWYER~
post and reve seasha nreturn mail Practice in s tate and FA
mars ror asrestr Grenville Offce Ph
the past two weeks shipments'of
-Wear, consisting of Coat Suits,
igher than last fall, cheaper than
time and trouble making up the,
)at Suits in many different styles )
to $32.50, Children's and Misses i
Serges and l'oplins from $4.00 to 9
Misses from ',1.00 to $7.50, and a
rges and Poplins f'rom $7.50 to $20.
the largest we have ever experi
receiving something new in Shirt )
;sortment in many different styles
you through our line of Ladies',
6ve think we can please you both as
NLEY & CO.
rnishing Goods a Specialty
s, Carhart Overalls, Iron Kin Stoves,
Summers' Buggies, Mitchell Wagons.
re an- no bet ter lines sold.
m U Umm &A Ro I a mm m RUN U
Bin ery mpening
tore, Easley, S. C.
ur entire line of Fall
~s, Coats and Millinery,
to come in and see the l
nd Suits I
to visit our Suit and
will find it to be one of ie
ction of the State, and
> show you, whether or
iy. You will find our l
Craig in this paper will brin
good returns on tt
deral Courts mnoney invested j
ne 2~10~I1Jfr$ 0