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111URSD.\Y, sil lIli, 21, 1809.
PickelS 00111)ty is illlprovinug
slowly, but is cortainly c) oming to
th fron t. She has iealy ill the
railroad facilities that are needed
and the railroad tax will soon be I
thing of the past.. The taxes com
ing in from the r-lroad property
Itre surely a roliofI to other tax pay
ers an)d will be a blossing for all
time to come. Just so will be the
advaltagos of cotton ilhls and a
good invotmilent vill they be for
tho stockholders . The Norris cot
toil mill will be a surpriso to iny
one, Who will visit it., and tile sub
StAitial of the surrounding coIlntry
is almost ineredible to the old citi
zens. That section of tho county
has adivanced im values and lalldt,
0Ce unalable, are iin constani
demand. This shoulld zonivilco anmv
ono of til) great benelits Cf a cot
ton mill to a communiity.
Easley is certain to build a large
mill and the towin is ol . bom.
Buildings ar*o gonig up in antici
pation of thO increased business to
be do0rivod from the buibting of the
mill A 1%'nlv thme I hul'ness m11en1
e good effects of the
..... ,n the work begins
Easle. will be a place sought after
by I .ves.3t".rs.
uint what about Pieli? Well
not 1181001) 1111d will bo
ii in the near futuro
.mno m11usL do l iko Eusley como Ii"y
to the mar1k 11. and do her part. It
is 1no use to argue the question , but
Pic~kens must15 havo at mill anid wil1
have it. The opportunity wil
soon he hero and P'ickenis will sure
1ly reOspond to the demanl id 111)01 her
Let everybody como1 forward an<
subscribe to the entorpriso.
New Ylork :--Sept. 2 'th and1( 30tA
Washington:-Oct. 2nd and Urd
For tho o(ccasion of the holtorinl
of the Nation's heroe, Adira
Doey, the Souliern Railwiay wilI
soll low round trip tickets from1 ali
slat ions to New York on Septemnbe
26th anld 27th, with final limi
Octoeber 5th inIclusive. The returi
of the. I lero of Alaniila Bay to Ne
Yoi a will u indoulbtedly 1)0 Ih
grandest colebratio llover seeni
thiis or any other' c~ountry.
Lowv rates will also ho sold froi
all1 poinlts to W~ashiI'gton, Sepltenl
nor1 20th) and( 30th, tickets limInite
to return October 8th, inclusivi
Graild prepa~lirations also bOei I
ll'ad(1 for tils re(cepltioni and1( d1
mtonstrat ion. Washington, beOinI
tile Capital city of tile Unite
States, wiIi miakro every priovisi')
for a most elaborato ontertaji
For rates, inps, cheCdulos anl
in formatio.1 calI Onl or addre*ss aln
agent of the Southern RalilIway, C
S. H1. H ardwick, Assistanlt Gener:
PassogerXgent, At lanlta, (Ga.
Julia Vesla \lauldin, 01(dos
dauglhfor of Perry J. anld Ktt
Maulldinl, diedl August 16111, at hc
hlomei near Dalton, being on)1
twenty-two years of age, she wa
jus5t inl the bloom of womnanhoot
T1hmo btght oft the home)1, theo su1n
shline for pairenits and tile gnido fo
brother andl Sisters. SheO is indOe
mlissed beyond me1asulre, but tho 1)a1l
py assuranco sh10 gavo of bein
re6ady to meet tile summons an~d 1h0
conf'idenJce ill Christ Jesus, 1s
gr'eat ctonslationl for' their sa<t
Vesta was always a good girl am1)
won for herself that "good nlame'
that is better than great riches
Not only in death buIt iin life she
was w'armly p)raised and admired
Hecr popu11larity was man11ifoste~d bJ3
tile large cr~owd( that attended 1h01
funeral at Gap Hill Methodis
chlurch, of whIch sho was at devote(
T1ho' she is daa'l hoe.i inifluence ha
not conIsOd, for thle memory of lie
sweet christian character well 1h01
othors to live bett~or, purer an<
niobler lives, therefore she hlas 1n0
lived in vain. May tihe Father o
all who took her to be with im
'self, comfort the hearts that air
*left here to mourn) for heor.
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CONDUCTBD BY W. W. F. BRIGHT,
County Supt. of Educatior
Notice to Applicanty.
The regular examinationi of a
plicants for teacher's certificates c
qualification will be held at Pick
ens, Monday October 16th, 189.
Applicants are liable to bo exiaym'
ined -on spoiling, reading, writing
arithmetic, geography, oiIgl Is
grammar, history of Soutl Caro
lina and the United States, th,
principles of the constitttion am<
laws of the Jinited Statos and (
this State, physiology and hygiene
algebra, drawiing, civics, lemon t
of agriculture, literatire, ethict
pedagogies and vocal music. By
order of the state superintendent
W. W. F. Bloowr,
3. CotIty SuJpt, I1ducation.
Tho questions are furnishod by
the stato bard. 'he County board
is not allo ved to open themt until
io examination is ready to pro
Yeod. The applicants will draw
mvelops contLain ing a numher
vitl blank spaces for natme, age,
:olor, post oflice, ole. They will
ill out the blanks, seal the envul
)ps which will bo locked up un
il the palpers left by them i have
>oen examined and passed on and
,ertificate, if won, has been mado
>ut by the number drawn as far as
Is possiblo to be dono without
nowiig the applicant. Appli
an ta should sign all papers loft by
them with the number drawn.
They Phould ho on hand at 9 o'clock
aid it would be woll to have a lit
tie luich if the stato board submitt
maiy difficult questiqns oil all tll
The Summer, or rather Fal
schoot opened in the court hous
on Monday, the 18th inst., witl
WN. Z. McGhee in charge. N
notico to make any preparation
for tho samo being received, a
hiAd to ho dono after the arrival
Mr. Mc~lhee. TIho county boat
miad decided that they had no a
thority to pay out or ue any
he puhhi school fund for any pa
poso1 not speified ini the Act
1896, cauised thle county superil
tonident Lo act, juniitoi and generci
servant to the aggregat ion of hani
somo1 yountg moni and( miost boniul
'ful young ladies.
There is a great indilucemenlt lie
out to thle young and not we 1 pr'
pairedl teacer~ to ol.)t~ai n the dlestir
(ud . Tlhe older teachers wvho a
dlep~edint onl the) counlty boarVd f<
renewal of certificates or the grn
Iing of new11 ones on examietation<
Iquest ions furnibhied by the Stu
r boardl, wa presme, are aw~vare th
the coun ty bo ards are net monlarc
of' all they survey. T1hey hiavo
v act ini necordanied with hi ruli
1o and inst rneitioins of the St ato) hoat
SThe Iegislat.n ro has made thio Stai
board s upreme.
-lBrothier tenaeber, t here will
Iin many thIin gs brought out in t.
- chotol that wvill baeofit1 and he
you nuot, only3 in your capacity
t oeher, but l inmanty ways t hrou
d the journ'tiy of life. WeT~ would a
11 vise all to attend who cani. '"No
-will bo admniitted l ater thtan
i seventhi day after t.iit opening.
y All who alttond( will he exart
r' inied on t he thr meo branichios t aum
e n t he .l th day of October andt
results replor'ted to the count
board bty the cotnduictor of' t
t Summner school. llThis exa inat it
e will tako the lalce of the examn
rLion by the countty boardh ini
~three branches taught in the 8am
mer' Achool. Th'e questionts for ti
regular fall examninat ion on t
r 1 6th of October, will be furtnish,
by the instructors int the Summtw
schl~oo and will he based mainly<
thte work done) in thli school,
that those who attend this sche
will have a great advantage in i
examination for cortificates.
A Night of Terror.
"'AwfulI anxiety was felt for t
widIow of the bravo General Bar
ham, of Machias, Mo., when
doctors said she could not Ii
till moriting" writes Mrs. S. 1
Lincolni, who attended her th
fearful night. "All thought al
must soon die fr'om Pneumonia, b
rshe begged for Dr. King's Nc
,Discovery, haying it had more tin
once savedI hier life, and had( curi
i her of Consumption. After thr,
f small doses she slep~t easily a
.tnight, and its further use compi,
a taly cured her." This marveloi
inedicine is guaranteed to cure &
Thr'oat, Chest anud Lu~rng Disease
,Only 50c and $1.00. Trial bottl,
W. T. McFall's.
The delegaters to the Twelve Mile
River Association, which meets at
Pickens October 5th, are assigned to
homes as follows:
. Peter's Creek with J. 11. 0. Mc
Salula H-Iill and Cherry Hill, with
M. M. Ibdider.
Oolenoy, I. A. Hester.
MFAt. Tabor, J. T. Lang-iton.
- Griflin, Mrs. Ann Griflin.
. Holly Springs, .1. A. Griffin.
Alt. Grove, J. B. I, 1reem'Oiiani.
Golden Creek, .\l F. Hter.
Prfater's Creek, V. J. Gillospio.
O;d Pickens, B. C. Baker.
Cross Roads, t. H. Buaker.
Keowee, W. L. Jeninis.
Shady Grove, J. C. Alexantidr.
An tioch, J D. IHolder.
r Ceninl t1'. Tabor, W. 1-. rince.
Trat-veelr' Itist, 1. 1E. Cox.
(heloe, J. E. Cox.
Six -\lil -, J. '. YoIn-gblood.
Mtile Creek, J. L.Thm.
Nine Forlms. J1. T. Looper,
hIion and Pa111csait Grove,..,W.
1101rso Pasi8ture atnd Camp Creek
1). A. AilgoIod.
l' easant HI ill, Jerro Looper.
Salnci and Mlt. Carmul, Earlo 11un.
Little Itiver, I. E. radv.
Pleasant Grove, P. A. Pot teir.
Fall Creek, iL. 1) Stephens.
Bocky uottom, lL It) Miller.
lKIthl, V A. Ferguson.
Visit'rs w' i.1 I e e'tertained by J.
NI. Stewart, Chas. E. IHobinson and
Ihose to whomui delegates have
been assigned are expected to be pres.
ent the 'irst day with dinner and
That Throbbing Headache
Would (Ilickly ImiaVe You, if you
used Dr. King's Now Life Pills.
''housands of sufflrors have proved
their matchle-s merit for Sick and
Nervous liondachos. Thoy make
puro blood and strong nerves and
build tp your boalth. Easy to take,
SiTry them. Only 25 cents. Money
back if ot cured.
Sold by W. T. McIFall,
Tho tax hooks will b open at
Pickens, court house, on October
10th 1899, aid romani open until
I Docetmber 31st 1899, for the col
lection of tho following taxes:
Stato tax, - - 5 ills.
Constitutional school tax, 3 "
Orninary county tax, -4
9 Retiring R. R -Bondi: -)5k
i Special school tax, d ist. 9, 2
f' " ' " ' 10, l&
13, 4 "
" R 1 tax 1it I ricaen tp, "
r- ''" Pick ens e litp1, 8
>f t " Eastatoe I p, 34 "
..Poll tax fromi 21 to 130 years old,
Pt'irsons seninlg tax moneyC by3
i- mail niuist, incldo exchiange, wi
and~ postalge~ stamiips, otherwise the.
dt: receiplts will not be~ miailed.
Respec tn flly,
J. T. YOUNGBLOOD,
dCo:tg T':-au rer,
re P'ickos. S. C.
to IS a rood medicine~ for ~he .
baby that is* thin zmd not i'
be well nourished~ z.nd fo h
Lie mother whose ml doer~s 6
a not nourish th bay .
as It is equally good for th~e
aboy or girl wh o is 'hi adr
pae and not wd norishe 'i
o by their fo;n o h
eanamlec or comumiptive'
Wadult that is !osing Ppsh \t
Sand strenth, 01
SIn fact, for a odtin
1i) b meiieme wt -j r;ih
lii STATEri o1.' So1l I1 ( 'Anit, NL.
)Il (~~Colnty of 1P~icken .
W il,A . t J.U'i 31, S'tewt.i' t . C l'.,i
lie lni .it kist nit ll ratiin .e es of 1
A~l dmnt Ilivo ofItbi i at e an : ift' ectsull
ye T heset' 'o i are T e fo e. ti o itle 'int ai
m nlti i al'oii xutu~r t bided ganl
n- i " ' I. I"'t.'to NI oate' , to beT bI
hea Pces otline . . ('th
19th hIy of Octoayberot arter pbyin
Ieto eef at 1i1I~ or id. thefrenoo,
I. tosB a-. fayte a e, the
It suai Atdii O 'katnt shonord nio ber an
led. e-A de
10 roen yun ders tmy nIay thing yt '' wl
ue WSebmgr 189, in U the 1th e aru pior omc
ln i may~o une bnetonwa seurdby
The New D
In it you will filnd
PURE FRESH DRUC
andl at. prices(8 as reasonablelC as you
Wo will keop a nicec tock of Sl
We will enddavor to keep what
TIMIC vou vuwant it,
I t cfc 1
j)IbliC to the fact that ie he as,
complete lil)C of Drugs. Medi
cals, Oils, Paints, Dye Stuffs
Soaps, 1erfumes, 'Ac.
Fine Cigars and Tobace
Prescriptions promptly fi
M y drugs ore fresh and
comiLtition. It will be to y
Thanking my f riends anI
age heretofore extended an(
the same by prom-pt attentior
1of barga1ilns for all so rts ofi' e'ople
Thlere is coy one sort etf tra.' tha
wAithi thle ca"h that waints the mos
he can got for t.
I til youo time ago lha
th)e' limiit ('n salt w.ould holi on!'
(iidays. I have dIecided( to i xtIJI
it uil~ this lot is sild, aid thi
ne:xt lot to. p)rovidled I can g''ti
at t ho -ame pric. This is th,
l)tamond Sal1t put up by' the Unil
t el St Co. It's no' be'tteri thia
othi..r pe4ople's salt , buit it's just a
goud. I wouldn'it try', to fo'ul yo
by saying it is bett'r salt tha
as5 goodl salt a.s I is mi, iand don0
say~ yotu areo fo~olishl for pay'ini
iilege y'ou have, but every time y
pIy <~I1 ver l'~fr a1 sack of salt, yo
iare j ust gi vinig a way th at mul
Scrap lImnd(les calhico) )5. ;suit
$2.5F0 to $0 .00 ; hats 1 5c.;~ aps
an 10(1 0.; ai finO toba)i'co at. 35ic.
A\xr's ar"e hugh andi go ing hiighei
but I gt in onI thIe gro-miloo)
iand still lot themi go( at 50e.
I say' ladies. [? want to selIl yo
ai Inice hant. Minec have alreoml
chI) ap. I have *inist 'p'..n.-d a
p~rtv yi's, C C- a v'u.: vver sat
a~n th--y a e t.Myae
t : ot ii iCeed tins faull.
the : " , in .g ot ch. TIhI'
Iue af I 2.. sbtr. Don't forget
wdii t I I: iseed for t ho ''tASil.'
I wiant bbjlt's for cash and1( wil
T. D. Harris.
A full stock~ of' LeaftherI aliways o1
hland. All kiimls of lIIarnecss mI stoole
andl mfade to ordercl.
Also Sadldlesu, Bridles Whiip
Umbrellas, robes and~ (evrytho i
usuallIy kept Iu a first class 11ia1nes
I pay higlhest price fur I Iidles all<
.( Greenvile, S. C.
Sprm IgwVood Tary 103.
rug Store of
4S AND MEDICINES,
can find anywhere.
'ATIONERY and TOLILET GOODS.
you want, and let you have it ANY
rs tuly, -
Pickens, S, 0.
fully calls the attention of the d
ust received and opened up a
cines, Patent MA(dieines, Chemi.
,id a fine assortment of Toilet T
lied day or night.
the priecs reasoIable and I defy
mr interest to consult me before 0
1 patrons for their liberal patron-I
i hope to merit a continuance of I
and prices to snit you,
Pickens, S, C.
No that the cotton crop C
sis ablout ripe alnd with a
-, fairly good price, it seems
that, thle good P~hioks
y might wanL t alot of iCO
nlow things out of our
,Store. \\'o are be-tter- tixed
r. than ever to supply all do
inands, hav ing just received a
lot of n)ow goods, new styles
andI1( low prices. Clothing, H1ats, 4
Shoes, RIubbers, Maci n'oshes, Umn
brollas, Lap Robes, Blankets, Oil
r'loths, Flanniels, Jeans, Ontings.
Ne lot of u p-to-dazto Furi-i
ur.'. Stoves att 0o1ldprices.
r 'Trunek s, Satel s. Aniythbinug,
F v-ery~ t hmg. lBest Sewing Ma-. y
set' Iieents bighly aIpyro- 0o
Cia t ed. Tauk' care of your n
ciredlit, '-we (10 the rest -'' t
tWCome oni andr see Us,
WV. 2. Alt'Pall.
A i our IA TlS, and inf51nits renpa, n wa
ein n ut c'~st. I f yon neved oii, utoi'
to seeo t hin. s
Wbnwe say cost we menn (COS4'. si
W e ea ua'I a l~ord to carry haits~ ovr ti
M 1S8ES ROGERS,
(HREFN VI~ 3,4 .S. C
115 Soth Main street,
an y:>urself with one of my beau.
tiful Fans. Prices, the lowest
24 cents. prico locts
Koo off 1ho Floor
ralik on y Smtyrna Rugs, 3x7
feet, only *1.75, worth $1.50 e
of any lady's gold.
Dress in Pique dre so. On
>lid case of new ones just received '!
) cent to 50 conts a yard.
Sales are grow- .
ig overy day and I have already .v
01bled lmy sales of last season.
EW BELT BUCKLES AND
ho prettiest :ine in Greenville. j:
IE ARE SHOEING
f Greenvillo at pr-ices that will
>mmand your attet tion.
,[. L. R . Bentz,
,EADER IN LOW PRICES
Greenville, b, C.
--n-- DE A iR IN
ash, Doors, Blinds, Flooring,
~eiling, and Weathierboard
~g, Moulding, of all
inds. Leather and
Vith ali kinds of
NGINE AND PIPE FITTINGS.
Also Engmne and Cyinder Oil at
>wesPt pr ices.
Linlsoo~d Oil, BlothI IRaw and
oiled for paiinlting, and1( WhTite
oiad of Best Quality.
Give us a trial before buying ~
B. E. CRANDY,
Pickens S. C. -
OflcC and Warehouse near Doe
This adlvertisoimen, opens upj to
u the greatest ba41rgainis inl goodls
tat .s poss1ile to) concei vo. In i
ir Store th,~ re constantlIy aceu
ulatintg odd( l ots whiichi we diiro
> h clsiit qunick ly.
Tlo ths we5( add~ a111i great many
LarCha s'es of specital I ot whiich vio(
Hs. Ooo thou siand yards of best( I
4 Sheetinug t~o cl ose at 41 centIs por
ird. Onte lot of sirtts worth from
50. to 50c. to close ait 18 S ts..
ne lot of' Haits worth from 500. to
100 to cl oso at 250 to.10c.
100 lbs. BallI Sowing Throad t~o
loe (out att 14 et s. for 80 ba Ills put
p~inl aL ico bIox, nowA boat that if
One lot of Pan is and1 Overalls to
os0 out att and1( bolow cost. Otne
t of slhoes to close outt at prices
tat will make (one's compo~ititors
y that we are go'ing to break and4(
aip ouir cred itotrs. Don't get as
mnished about thait they are paid
A big lot of fan:-i to k CJp you
>o1 while you iare attonldinig this
oat satle. Come and1( s0e 1s we
mn not sell you uiollss you come,
u wVill tr'eatt you w ith1~( oli tenoes
you only come to look.
L~ook-outt Cor' us again soon with
14n) ImOreo( bagin ls.
VY M. MiaULDIN
Attorney at Law.
Pickens, , 0,
ractice in all the (urt.
Office over Earle's Drug Storo.
J- j[AYN1S voleT1, C. E. Rol- . 0
Wreei loR .t . Pickens, ft, Q
ay lesworthPar er& lRbilasona
lekens C. I', - -- South Caro)i-m
l'ractice in all Courts. Attend to ,a
W "Monov to loan.
. MOROAN, WV. F. RILAsINGAT it
ireenville s. c.. Pickens, S, (;.
Iforgan & Blassingami
kTTORNEYS AT LAV'
Pickens, C, HL, S.
Practice iII all tihe *nrts.
It. IROlBlET KIRIC4sl
Physician and Sur-eo.n
~fllce Tat his ridei at the Kirks
olle place, oI Tuelve 1111vc
.\larchl 8, 1894
C- F''TZO11llaLD, PilOTO1GR
phl. (reat ville, S. C. Olilco oN
ddi'kon's Il)rog Store.
All work guiaranteed to give sa-tisfa
Seva cten. of 1i aand, iII spleti^
Jndiaonaoi, ni ni I4t rtintes waltk of I
Dr t hollse. A ba Ira gil to an vonie whla
ig to late hra. Sitale for lots i
'biniag urposes. Tiarmns reasomnib,
)Ily to Frank R. Cox.
nul8t.- Pickens S. C
Money to Loan.
On imnproved farm lanla i I miiins of $
tId i pwarrds. Loans repla; able in til.
nutalai piynents through a period of ii
ear4, this entabling the bo rower to p
IT hi inldebtedlness withontCxhatistIng I
rop in any one year. A lply to
J. E. loggs, Attorney,
oct7 98 l. 'ickenls, S. C.
L~o(*,!I A Stilcl in nTlnie.
aves aine. Iluigles' ''otnic (laew It
rovel, (ast laraant.) laken in) cal.
prin. :tal Fall prevells ;hill, Deog
ird Malarial Fevers. 't s onl the liv(
aes up the sy steaia. ik'tter thani Q
ne. Guaanel,. try it. At Diu
i-Is. -:0'.. an'11 $1.00 bottles.
may 12 f98.
v E, would r etiully inform tihe pu
lie ihat Dr. H4. T. Weldon, who
vell ida favorb!:, knowi to the citizei
f Pickens colnty, I- 11ow aissocltt
dill nia mlthe priaelice of Denistry.
Ofice l Eat iv front rooms (up stalt
'ity IN.10i111i Bank loItck
D)rs. Nowooni & NoRWooD,
Ga r en iville. S. C.
Havo your land starved, I a;
>opared1 wi th first class instri
nenlts to (10 you 'S. first class jol.
.(d can ho found it my residence
lexnde, S O.orreachied b)
JLi US PIARSONS.
I aill'r for salI 117 neroi's of lan<(
am C row C raek , ad joi ninag S G
l oan, W. L. Pa rro)tt' and othnerr
'his land can he bought cheal
uon easy terms. A pply to,
C. E'.. RoiIINsoN.
ifn, 1. am 1 preparedl to dlo your worl
nd will guarange satisfaction. ]
an ov'erhaurl yOtka giln and1 mako it
0 as good work as a new oneo. Ad.
ress 1m1 at Easley, 8. (..
Jyt~nm: J. P. O'Dell.
College of Charleston.
( haori*estont, S. C.
One lia'hired andat Ifoaneenlth Year
a'gjis lrlra ?d enniiabedi room ad
nti d an Coa liege Doa ini tory $10 and1( $12
1.001hI, nteeirad'ag tat raot - Onue fire
Slin scehmi'ishMiip to each County oif
ou111tihtaroi, Ih h~ iohal' to) ber taiin..
.3a by P'taab:.tae ,J.inail (nd ti nt v Stuper.
,tendgt~a oa! Caen~tjv. aXaaajntjeranceex
'i vain ant 1iii et schohav.ips t'w~hicht
ice* $15i0a a yar.) on1 Sepjtaember 29th atnd
'l'aotal ex.peii.n fo hohiillers oif schorlar'
lais~~I~ i. ort $25, :acor.nin.g lto room;,
it' suotlenat - n't httldin: ia .scholarshipj,
101 initi<.n ft.., int tl aiht .
I.'ii or m a taa n.: anad iformtea jout it (till,
hu'hhe h liaroan It naa.1ht,
:aua,l7 1' a'idenmt.
?ICK ENS iRAILROAD)
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Oan :and after -inneaa t 20tha, thei follow
4S'hedie waa i,: h runt faver Lhe P'icrkens
- ifor the puarpoasa ei Iihauli. lreight
atI'd ~ l a:- ne.. viz:
0.* n-- iy 1)1 aweinM tnatv --No. .10.
a':d I tiwan. :-.i l' idTran' iaana Up'.
4I.20) am ii v P aai ies Aar 7.50:tn
5.00( amr r Il'y~ l-v 7.05 iam
b:. 12 -. IDaily e xa pt Smiialniy - No. 11
enda i-ownt P'a'an-ser St'rvice Itemul Up
1 11 , Lv icealna At 5.4.5 pmil
1-11) ia A r 1rtiey iv .5.05 ptm
Tirainis will slap to araka oat or hl off
aseangier ntt lth faallowiai. erossinags:
'argat-aoti, l'arsaonia naitl .\anlhtai'.
I tapat waitl bea opeir for thIea re'civinrg
rai dlitvery of Freaighat, fromai 8 A. M. to
We will mt a. it t iat. r taeiest to
:al raoniza ari homeiaa rioad by givinag good
I . 1. '1'. T~ AG Y ia.la ten.Mg
S119 \ln4street , Oaaenvaie, S U
Wo hnia jusrt opened(' and will
IVo constanrtly on' 1111nd( dluring
ho sotason , all the latest styles at
ho lowest l)ossihlO j~rices,