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-Spring has at last made Its welcome
-The parsonage has been completed and
Is now occupied.
-Mrs. S. P. Bruce has been quite sick
for several days.
-J. D. I[older lost a very flue cow last
Saturday by death.
-Born to Her. and Mrs. B. 0. Berry on
the 28th a daughter. t
-Harriet, wife of Jasper Gaston, color
ed, died last Friday night.
-Mr. II. I. Gramling visited his daugh. I
ter Mrs. W. B. Justus this week. '
-Janies L. Stewart was committed to
jail last Monday on a bench warrant.
--Mr. M. F. Ilunt, of Oakway, S. C.,
Visited Sheriff Richey's family this week.
-A lodge of Good Teiplars was organ
ized at Easley on the evening of the 29th
-Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Carey left last Mon
day to visit Mrs. Carey's parents in Geor
-Mr. M. F. Heater secured the contract
for carrying the mail from this place to
-Some noted People-people who haive
many notes past due that they want the
-A good crowd attended the county
convention last Monday and some antis
-The Easley Oil Mill, one of Pickens
county's paying enterprises, closed last
Friday for the season.
-11. C. Stansell wits committed to jail
last Friday to serve a senteuce for two
months for revenue violations. t
-Wim. I. Powell was connittfed to jail
last Monday to serve a sentence for three
nionths for revenue violations.
-Sheriff Richey has just completed one
of the finest wells in the county on his 1er- i
muda valley farm near this place.
-M. F. Hester has the contract for ear- t
rying the mail from Pickens to Sunny
Dale, also the route fro:n Hlazel to Niai
-The frost left a good crop of peaclies
and apples in Rocky Bottom. There is i
so a few left at L. A. Brown's on the
-There lust he a "Dude Factory"
soiewhere near Pickens. TI'hev [it-A Sib
bath displayed imany elegant specineni of
-Rev. J. C. Kilgo, financial agent of
WofRord College, preached a vciy interest
ing sermon in the Methodist Church here
last Friday night.
-Mrs. Florence Grifin's revidenee is
out in its beautiliful spring (re.. Tl:
Presbyterian C' 1e(hurcl, just Opposite, will
have to be touched up.
-Col. Wim. Nininions was in town 1hst
Slaturday anI was in usil healti lie' is
P3 years old and has beenl one of the stout
cst men iu the county.
-1,1ere will be a Sunday school pien'.
at George's %Cee, Satuida, 7.lay 7th.
Pominient speakers will be pre.:cent. A
good time is expected.
--Mr. C. 1'. Martin amd Rev. W. 11.
Nix, of Eatsley, werle in town last week.
Mr. Martiin is an inthluisia;t ic ad vocate of
t)y iiiiowm ig t:imt streamiL Vo wali t.
-TI. HI. Boggs, of H'rmiii in,m has
worke'd himtself u p to a p!a'e~ w lwre hie
dlon't have to work. HeI has been appoint -
ed foreman of the Georgia Paifiic 'ar'
-Mi's. Eliza J1. Hunter'. of Peiletonm,
has1 been in feeble health for somie weeks.
It is hoped that the inl1uene of thle sprinig
weather will restore her accustomed health
-The largest sale that has taken plaecC
here in a long time caime off last week. A
chattel mnoigaige was foreelo.sed and a horse
and wagon sol. Thle hoirse brought $,
andi the wagon $1. It was staited after'
ward that both could have been boughmt fori
--An altercation took pl-ace last Thuirsday
b.etweeni Arthu In'Pickle and A lien KeilIy. in
which K(elly struck IPickie wvihI an ax' and
cut, a severe gash on hLis face. Thie dis
plute is isaidl to hiave arisen over a pi-ce of
land, which is now ini law claimed by both
-Perry Thiornley Ileft last Siauiari~ for'
Sav'anntahi to visit his brothter, Ca:pt . E'rnest
L. TIhornlcy. lic will protbably remaini in
the Forest ('ity for some tiime. P'erry is
an apt boy for' businetss, and withal so'af
iable, thiat lie will make friends whei ever
.-John I harper wvas bound over by C'om
missioneir Thrnuley last Saturday 'foi' re
tailinig. lie waus arrested ty Decputy Mar
shal .J. C. Jenniings. Arithur' Whiite colored.
familiarly known as '"Do g- ye wa-i also
hound over for distilling. 1lIc was arrested
by the same ofiler.
-T-'here are many valuable anid perma-.'i
nenut lmpr'ovements oin the farmq on the Sa
luda sIde. Among the-so is the beautiful
cottage home of J. WV. Lathem. iIe let a
fiont law n sown in blue grass and the eni
tire suirroutodings have the aplpearance of
systemat.ic attention and perl ct ordler.
-Quarter'ly conferienc.e of this circuit
was hlcd withI New ilope ch,nreb on last
Saturd'tay and Sunditay and1( a very inere'st
lng nueetolg was en.joyed. ltevy..0 ~I
go, financial ag~ent 'of' Wofford was present
anid g(it $25 pledgedl to t hat inlst itution
Rev. B. 0. Herr-y got $ 100 pledged to the
parsonage at this place.
-Easley stems to he getting ias much
hene-fit from the pirospiect of tIhe icikens
railroad as Pickenis. H~eal (estate hats gone
ump, and there is a brisk demnaiid for bumild
ing lots. Beside's D)r. JT. F. Bructe lhas the
most elegant and spacious glaus fronit on
his new dru-1g stoic in Easly t hat can lie
found in the up country.
-imi Duike, colored was killed on thle
Air Line Rhailrtad on the might of thle 29th
uit. lit' was wa'lking on the sidet of a coal
car as the tr'ua ian by a water tank. the ex
haunt pipe of which was hanginiu down'z.
This st rack himi oni the heal a'i knor'kedl
him from- the car. Ii is r'emiains were Ii-ig
to this county ,and( buiriedt at Tlahor, by thle
side of his fat her, Wmi. D )uko.
- hiagood, Nruce & Co. Ileft a molasses
barrel on the store plat foirm with the lhuing
hole open. flees firom manay colonies
swarmed around it to get honey chap anid
ca.15y. Many of thmem would soon '.et their
wimgs smeared't uip so they ('lcI linot gilt
away and turtined over on t heir Ibacks and
died. 'They (oughit to hi.me gone to thn
many flowers "'that waste their swe'f.nes.4
.o . Ilidit .ir,"' an)d c(lletd honey iii a
The County ConventIon.
Chairman O'Dell called the meeting to
rder and announced that nominations for
emporary chairman and secretary was in
rder. W. T. O'Dell was nominated and
lected without opposition for temporary
hairman and W. W. F. Bright was elected
On motion the chairman appointed G.
V. Singleton, B. J. Johnson and T. C.
tobinson a committee on credentials.
Twelve clubs were represented by 85
The following Is the executive commit.
C. T. Martin, Easley; J. T. Bogge, Lib
rty; It. G. Gaines, Central; J. 1t. Ross,
ix Mile; W. N. Bowlin, Praters; N. D.
arsons, Hurricane; 0. P. Field, Pickens;
. J. Ligon, Eastatoe; J. D. M. Keith,
Iumpkintowu; W. W. F. Bright, Docus.
ille; II. H. Looper, Cross Plains; V. N.
jughes, Foster's Store.
B. J. Johnson was nominated for permna
ent, chairman and W. V. F. Bright secre
ary. W. T. Field was elected first vice
resident and W. T. Bowcn, second vice
iresident. The secretary was elected
Lahtan Mauldin moved that a committee
of one from each club be appointed to re
ommend delegates to the btate conven
ion. W. A. Hamilton objected to this on
he ground that the clubs that had Antis to
ight ought to have delegates.
W. A. Hamilton moved that the delc.
,ates elected to the State Convention be re
juired to State publicly on the platform
heir position on the Ocala demands. The
ollowing were reported as delegates: C.
I. Carpenter, W. T. O'Dell, T. C. Robin
on, W. A. Hamilton, W. V. F. Bright
,nd B. J. Johnston.
(. 11. Carpenter said he had tried to
how by his actions that he was in favor of
lie Ocala demands. lie thought that if
hey were enacted into law the country
vould be in better condition.
W. T. O'Dell said he was in favor of the
lie deniands but he was not certain about
ne demand and that was the government
wnership of railroads. If the government
ontrolled the railroads he was in favor of
hem, but if to own them he was not.
T. C. Robinson expresscd the same opin
3m as Senator O'Doll.
W. A. Hamilton said he was in favor of
lie Ocala demands in toto.
W. W. F. Bright favored the demands.
B. J. Johnston said to show he was true
o the people he referred them to his rec
rd. lie favored the demands.
The reason Mr. Johnston was elected
iairnan was because W.T.O'Dell was not
delegate to the convention and was not
lhigible to the olulce. If this he so, and we
(o not doubt the correctness of the pro
Ceding, how could Senator O'Dell be elect
d a de!ecate to the State Convention?
At this stage, Rev. O W. Singleton
ro:ie and said lie had beenl handed sone
esoltitions with the request to read them,
and then proceeded to read as follows:
PUKAMIL AND IT-oLUTIONs.
Whereas, we recognize in the person of
'overnor Tillman, an honest, capable,
.Lthfl and efilcient olicer, and
WhereAs we regret to see the abuse and
iirepresetations heaped upcn a model otil
er. therefore be it
Resolved by the Democratic party in
oiveition assembled, that we heartily en
lorse the adiinistration of Governor Till
1an, andot pledge him our hearty support in
he coming calipaign.
Resolved, second, That a copy of these
,rceedings be sent Governor Tillman.
Unai iuously adopted.
IElt with a 111and SpIke.
A white mn niaed I rvine. of Pieces
('Is and1 son1s, whlo wouild li 'ke to devote at
e:ast a part of their time and attlention to a
york that wouldi bring them in a lot of
-eady mioney durinig thle next few mionthIs,
Votild (do well to look upt then advertisement
if H. F. Johnson & Co., Hliiond, Va.,
ni another column, as it tmay he the n.eans
>f op)ening uip to many niew~ life ad latrger
ioss'ibilities. T.lhese gentlemen have beetn
xl ensi vely and suiccesefuilly engaged in
mtsmiessq for many years. nad they know
vlhat they are talking about wheni they tell
ont they cnn show you how to better your
'The County Commnissioniers had a long
ini tedious sessioni last 'Tue(-hiy. Several
>et itions for noew roads wetre heard.
-News was received at Easley Inst Tuesq
lay that Mr. 1). F. IBrmdley, JIr., son of
dir. A. J. Bradley, had dlied at his sister's
n1 Abbeville. 11 is renmaits were birouight
mm at nd 11 interred at Enon churcheh Wed.
irsy. lHe was a1 promtisim y oting man
mdte lad been ini had health for.41 a numb1 er
fC years. Tlhte symipties of miatny friends
oa oit to the beteaved famtiily in their sore
- A map11 6x4I feet that gives yotu the pie
nires of tall the P'residetts attl their autto-I
raphslt frotm WVashintiLton to1 1lan ison, whtetn
mti oin wha~t issues each was tleecdt, talso
lie electoral vote and1( lppubr vte of ev
'ry cand(idate for presidenit, the population
f4 the Utnited States for every live yeairs
rom1 the first to thte last eins'is, withI the
argest and1 miost cotmplele mapt~ of the Unii
ed States ever published. Price 5.00O.
Jotmes with thte SaNiINi.r for 91) ets.
Wouthaern tEBaptist C'ontvention, A tlanta,
in., May (ith ?0 131Am, I 1)9.
For the above occtain thle Rtichmond &
Dattville railroad will sell toundit trip tickets
o Altlatnta, Gha., atnd retrn at the follo,w
ng rates fromi points tnmed below; ite(r
niate pboinlts mi samte prop)0oin. 'Tick..
ats on sale May 3d to fitht inclusive, limiitedl
retutrning May 1 7thI, '92: Grteeniville i$5.1I0;
3enien, $3.70); Anderson, $ 1.45; Spartan.
marg. 86.20) Sitmlar rates of fate for the
rotund trip will app)ly frotm Virgitnia tad
N4orth Carloina poits.
Cotuldn't Stanid the Namne.
"Iby" post oflce, in this county, is dead
-dibscontmiued by thte gover'inent. Who
anys there'a nothing ill a amie ?-- partan..
A VALUJARLE FitsENNT.
t Year5s Smubscri tion to a Popilamr A g
tic.ultuiral Paper fJtveni Free to
Bly a speelal arran-gemet,t with the pub-h)
iliheras, we atre prepared to funrnish ["[tEE
o each of oaur readler., a yeatr't stubscri p.
onit to( the pl)iar mib tlly agr~tiiulturaal
'0ournalb, thle Amnericanl Farmerici, publllished
tt Springliel atnd 'leveland, hi Jto.
'Tis offet is madetit to anmy of our subseri -
hets whbo will pay uip all artearatges ott sub
scriptioni and one yeatr inl adlvtn(ce, andiu to
Imy new~ !)sscriers whlo wvill pay onie y'ear
in ad vanice. Th~le Amter-icani l"arme r citlo~ys
it Itarge national ci rcutltion, and( ainks
itamng the betading aigrienltittral tape~ars. B y
Ibhis arrlanigemient it COSTS YOU) NOT'l'1
ING' ( 'ta reeie thte Ametricant 'armter fri
tite year. It will be to yomt advantage toi
tnll promntly S.atnp,, ..,mi.. .i. b. ...t
S TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Pickens.
In Court of Common Pleas.
Caroline Brock, Miles D. Clay
ton, C. L. Hollingsworth, W.
R. Hollingsworth, Deborah
Mauldin, Susan Parkins,Mar
tha Smith, Stephen C. All
good, W. B. Allgood, B. C.
Allgood,Frank Allgood, J.D.
Allgood, Queen Allgood,
Margaret Brown, W. D.
Moody, Mattie C. Burnum
by her Guardian ad litem C.
L. Hollingsworth, W. H.
Burnum, George 0. Cannon
and Alla D. Cannon by their
Guardian ad litem C. L. Hol
lingsworth, George Cannon
and Stephen C. Hester
W. T. O'Dell, Temperance C.
Clayton, \V. W. Clayton,
Laura A. Wallace, Naomi L.
Willard, Stephen C. O'Dell,
E. A. McCluskey, Joe Allie
Johnson and Aurie Hollings
Summons for Relief. Com
To each of the above named
You and each of you are
hereby summoned and required
to answer the complaint in this
action, of which a copy is here
unto attached, and herewith
served upon you, and to serve
a copy of your answer to the
said complaint on the subscri
bers at their office at Pickens
Court House, South Carolina,
within twenty days after the
service hereof, exclusive of the
clay of such service, and if you
fail to answer the complaint
within the time aforesaid, the
plaintiffs in this action will ap
ply to the court for the relief
demanded in the complaint.
Each of the defendants is
notified, that the objects of this
action are for the recovery and
partition of the real estate de
scribed in the complaint among
the heirs at lav of Stephen
Clayton, deceased, and that no
personal claim is made against
any of you, except the defen
dant, W. T. O'Dell, for the
rents, profits and benefits there
of received by him, and that
the payment of the costs of
any defence macde by any of'
you will be resisted by the
Dated at Pickens C. H., S. C,
the 27th clay of April, 1892.
J. M\. Sr'EwArr, C. C.'P. C.
Po the DJefendants above
Take notice that the comn
p)laint in this action, together
with the summons of wvhich the
foregoing is a copy, wvas fnled
in the office of the Clerk of
Court at Pickens Court House,
in the County and State afore
said on the 27th clay of April,
A. D., 1892.
Pickens C. H., S. C.
$75.00 to *250.00 a Month
can be made working for us. Persons Fre
ferred who can furnis.h a horse and give
their whole time to the business. Spare
mnoments may be profitably employed also.
A few vacancies in townsR and cities. fl.
F. .JO1INSON & Co., 26.th and Main St,.,
Richmnond, Va. mny19
THE ATLANTIC COAST LINE R R
WiImington, N. C.*, A pril 2 4th, 1892.
Faist 4in he(t we(en Ghamrles'mton anmd Co.
lulmbiia and uipper SouthI Carolina and
WeTstrnm No rthI Carol in a.
CONDEI'NsIEI) sd! IUI..
Going We~st. Goiirg Eas"t.
-No. 52. *No. 53.
6I 50( a. m . .Lv chlstton Ar. .10 30 a.mi
8 :i3............nes....... 8 40p.mi
9 53....... ..Sumter.. ......725
10 55 . . .Ar Coluimblia Lv... 6 40
.5 37 p.m . . ..Winnms,rro ... 4 20
4i 30).....hse....... 3 28
7 084 ....Hok 111.... 2 43 p.m
8 00 . . . Charlott I, N. C.. 11 0
05 p. inTAr Newlber y,~M. ., Lv j *,7 p m
:3 06 . . ..G reenmwood..i 57 a mn
.5 43 . ..A nderson .. ... .1( 0:5
5 35 .... .Greenville..) 25
8 00) ... . ... W amlhalla. . .. 8 '20
4 08 ...Abbheville..1) 50
2 45 ...spartanburnag.. . . II 5 ami
.5 01 1Ilenderson,ville,:N. C 9 141
5 WI . .Asheville. N. C... 8 15
Mo,lud trai nst between Charle'stton and C0
linnhia, S C.. ned carry t hr(o iih slejperst
bet wVeenI Charles andl Cincinnmati.
Ass't. Glen. l'.vt. Agent3
'I'. M. EM110IISoN, Trafle. Manager.
J1. R. KICNI.Y, Gen'l Manager.
A pIpointimnents for PIcns Circuilt.
1st. Sabbath, 11 a. mn., Pickens.
hit "' 8:30 p. mn., Bethhi'1em.
2d "11 a mn., Glap Hill.
2d "3:35 p. in.. New [lope.
u<i "ii a. mn., Porter's Chapel.
3d " :3:0 p. mn., Twelve Mile.
ad "7:30s p mi., IcIkens.
4thi " ii a. mn., Dnenisville.
4lih "' 3:.10 p. mn.. Tabor.
Prayer meeting at Pickens evcry Wed.
neuv.t at Ma3 .nm. n. 0. nrKP. C.
C. 0. HALLMAN,
Oontraclor ani DMI'iorer1
All kinds of carpenter work well
and promptly done.
gPrices and work matisfactory. Give
no a call. PICKENS, 8. C.
kIary had a little sheep,
Its wool was white as cotton,
Ind every where little Mary went,
L'hat lamb just come a trottin'
Iary came to town one day,
ro do a little shoppin'
and right in front of McFall's door,
'hey both were seen a stoppin'
Walk in, says Mc, and in they walk
nd after some reflection,
Dast their eyes this way and that,
I'hon each imade their selection.
Nfary spied a pretty Hat,
Embroideries, Gloves and Laces,
Oascarillas and Swan Downs,
rThat girls wear on their faces.
She also bought a p)retty dhOO,
Hose, Fan and Parasol,
Some Calicoes an(d Apron Checke,
And little Sis a doll.
Niary's ma comes here to buy
All colors of Diamond Dy.es,
Nux Vomica to kill the Hawks,
Then nex! good chicken pies.
-,Iary's pa, that good old man,
Was ievor knov.n to back
Dn anything that Mary bought
From McFall's Almanac.
'But where's my little bonny lamb"
L'ried Mary in despair,
"Never mind" her father said,
Next fall, he'll bo "right there."
The lamb's select ion--very wise,
A. bell and pretty collar,
And all it cost at MeFall's store,
Was a quarter of a dollar.
The pretty lamb now looks all right,
All dressed up for the ball,
With collar on antd pretty hell,
He'll "get theru" in tho fall.
We might go on forevermore
WVith somiethiung else thani joke,
Speaking of ill the bar gains her e,
But --nlow- ourl pei tl' boke.
W. T. McFALL.
Our entire Stock of Goods, con
histing of Driy Goods, Groceries,
Shoes, IHa:ts, Not ions, Hard4 ~we,
Crockoryvware, &c., to be sold at cost
until disposed of.
WVe call especial attention to our
Meni's and WVomien's Fine Shoes.
Now is your time if you coino while
wve can it vou.
A few pieces oif Jeans left. It will
pay you to buy now for niext winter,
ComfC quic'k. We mean buinellss.
Every'thing ini the b uyer's favor as~
long as theuse good1s last.
H A RRIS & MOR RIS.
Oct.ober' 27th 1891.
WHY IS THE
W. L. DOUCLAS
$3 SHOE CEN f~EN
THlE BEST S HO E IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONE'IP
tohr is a a"alP bo it ft n tacks or w thread
""|d "(;'a n I rmau'Z e aA' mor, 'hoeso S
e ds hoenttu't ca.at lng fromtf $4.00) to p.00.
00 G6~enetine tland-newved, the finestealt
imported ala wh"iit tron 1.0 ato *2.Wren
eon'erl','r s at ru jrc; r.an, t rade as cus
$3 50 l't,llee, l'hoet l"armers. ltatiroad Men
= nudi 1.et ter('arriers all wetar thenm; fli n ia,
sam nt<as. (tnoo in tttt e t-vy tireo soles, exteni
S2 ,***"ie e""r no lid tor shoe everofferedfta
whowanit a rl r if<rt an aervince to
$ 2 5 ttnd it.oo0( Workint man's shone
have given the a t rirl wil werrt other inkow.
on the r mewritvorn i tti ic.an eshe thys
Lad les t:I"o "I ,d.erah u'bled
ait ~.i , s e tJ i it 61.75 shino for
Mise arm tho nt, Elne i)ingota. t4tylih andi durable.
CanUtton.-Men that w. L.. 1)<mtgias' nanme and
price aro stamped on thto ,ottom of e.ach shoo,
tTAKE NO SUBSTITUTE..g
insurd ont locali adivert i ve denlers Rutppinig yoe,
W. L. DJOIJU. A , lirockiou, mlaeas. sold byt
JF. B. MIORG(AIN,
W. M. HAGOOD &
EAS1UY, S. C.
Are Now Receiving Their SPR
Dry Goods. I
Special attention has been given their Dry We are heav,
Goods Departeinnts and among the selections keep only Good
are the latest and best goods from tho dulterated Sug
New York 11arket. Some of om1
They are closing out all odds aud ends in, about the balat
accumulated old stock. Anr Iat, Shoo or are obliged to I
lennaut of Cloth that has the mark of ago Others don't
on it is sol<I regardless of cost. ain't our fault.
Some rich bargains in these for but retut-mber
Cas0 BUye.s. predict a herev
W. M. HAGOC
PLENTY OF MATERIAL
The Greenville Fertilizer Company
Are provided and have on hand, already manufacturod and being made,
Of our Fertilizers, to supply every agent and customer up to the last
day of tho Seasou.
Z Prompt shipmeints and SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
Forwad your order wit,hout d(ely.
THE GREENVILLE FERTILIZER COMPANY,
Greenville, S. C. 0. P. MILLS, President.
MANSION 110USE DRUGY STORE.
(Greenville, S. C,
Just Received. We H-ave No Old Seed.
A .I~A N ori Pian I1I. J1. IIaynswort ii- Lewis W. Parker
HIS" NEEYIGHBOR ~T
~-''~-v ~'T ANSWORTH,IlA KES & .C
Nuu. INSo. 71)YOJl1SI'Li aaiins
from .l. C. AlitilltTT, ates,'S. C.
Pratrleen vall1ille,111 . .iifr.,(
than iint.trumentsareCHactually) wor11h.o.T71)
(iiIi N I "V $1jan02mier4jI:,S PI(CKENS, S. C.
Neiher('f' ~S oi h t n('(t '~~* A TTO tN Y A T NLA\V,
I 013iI' C \iioiiit.nt ~'i(l 113 tOi'iO dii''ei i'j Y j.\' L' LE, s. C.
from .1.C. A U I''"I' C:tes S.C 31~* ' i. An ni tC. L. ll-s.maswi' n-rnt,
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PI I (lUlNVS 1.I1., S. C.
- It Idto . h1m. mhl-LIexti
specal ofers 1J ain (tet lEENVILI E, . .
We Diide he Pofit ! I 1My )'tlll1it oms ared w lca le i
l'ehap Yu tin tht' a 1 gli o fl~ nd' 'Se ' C lland's new(' buildn roer the
right as ar as.liegW.sN ltWtOlD, t.e i).tSg
(jIitt tr eoug. henyousp:t l W.p J) 1I. NIouwoo,' . . S ..Asitat
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iiit ii,cesove'tWast'moreland l1)roi.that.uke's
lI'irhap.you (Ithtink tts a fligl tof ar ant r s i t(l I ff'its ralo 1. a te S tEne
;etil e uainaion 11,g ede i ns . Th airti is serit o i lnoi . a proess1 iona
igt as r apos ie got btlnen dos't 4 e F't'Z E> cA geerll. )u
2u .th ''te and we . ar o iiig In fr aetylcatedNi l'e s. and
2utpr)i''mth 1mie On thGcnray ter'is profSt ssion(hal I seIric Sto ic.
lu5i'io isov, whenigl in2 avo All work (of l e ( tow and cou nt. It'its dpro..
therchi wa. i verest a godreason for m A lsfom ihe Cnlaegemet f"of'yiciand
tin ameC al procedi ng. The2 t m e fori r e.. t re ns , tEf11 5 l a iiltm nor , 9, am
Clo.ml a s i(Cotme andoig iniduema nt oth .<I,1i~ In , urilg and hil's Hiosrpi.1s
som prices w ihw lso yu ta h
20 " 'n' G SCHNVOL HRC, S. C.
15 "-'o Oe \\etoe AND H DiOru Stoe.
Ovr1tt avr ra ROTrILD,e AlFwrUdneb NteiTnaeUsrE
~. ~(h'euvilc. . c.GATS DEK 0.
'dewer us e loedou ss Lmaeenrgetsfood
r buyers and lowest sollern. Wo
Flours, Purest Lard and Una
ars and Colreo.
friends havo acted cleverly
ces due from la-t year. Wo
C01m10 to see us any morO. Tlht
Don't, got mad at us about it
we think of you every day aI.w
fter to all such doings.
Piue to See UU,
JCE & CO,,
)D & CO.
Atlanta & Charlotte Ai-Line
Sehedtflc ir effect Jan. 17, 197.
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