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1he (hIest Working Society of Farm cis iII Aariela. W(iclmsol College Chrionlicle. I In loodig up lt history of fll-ers' SOCietiesi ill this n r (Ihe. firt ust was the Pilellphlia, whlich wasi organlized before the Iese t CIltil.y , Ir lie nxt on IC ;1.rd was fm 111(4 at Peralletonl, S. C., inl 1 15. Now, for a long time it was thoighl that t'e Stouth ( 'arolina Socicty at ('lilileston . C, was tle next oldest socie(y to the mne at 'libidelplia, but whl e ow thild that the old Southelrnl F-armer, pulishetd by .llhn Skimicr i4 Baltiir e. lit IS. that on Ili mIjtl of* .little 1l.:t yvar (171 .) Me South ('aroilina A.-rieuittri al Society latilled its e inStitiin41 44444 : iCl d th' f411owyiig 4111. vers. P1.residtItl, C;en. \William It. D~avie: Vice Pres-Adidens, Col. Frncis K, Iluiger, Col.,.1hn Taylor. (-1. Jcii J. Chappel, (ol. WVI t:tont ad tt1hrve Years be. fore the Sth CarIina Society wls formed in tile year M-75. lte l'endleton 1armecrs' Society was fomeldlt 4 Iby. electing . lames - (;r ill Pre dent: Josia D. Gaillard, Vice Pr.e'hh-nt: C.'11. Itoberty Anderson, Secretary and jTeer: .Ios. V. Sianklin, Colris. ponldinlg Secrtlary. llonrary Mmbliters-Gel. Thm ats Pinlcknecy, St. .1lnes sant~ee.; lion. Wi'll Lw dtts, C. C-. l'inckney. Jr, l. .4 Ii , (E15 . J. It. l'ri e, Esq., r J.t Nole. Gen . Dliililuer ('har1lestonl: lionl. .1. ('. Cal I l , \\ashir t Il D1 . C.: ('ol, .1. In 1'()", - tiJ Sa1 er1( : 0 0l. L. .1. AlWton. St. At .la.: UN-\1. )r. W . Athi4l, Ath. en (;Ga.:.Gen . ,l4hn 4 is lssing I m , ( e. n Till(': ). P. ilil1 o, L44SV. Dr. las e u h l 4loto Ishand: 1)r. . i . ReeSe. Philad\lii. Resildeni t Mll -rs Ii iltl .4 'T hmlls PickIler... AL . 1irei, (r., ha l '11 14 -dlrd, . h . CI i' lm, j. Tal 'fero i. lill-. T ma ' l .. 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CaUItholm), and a &Vleedwn-ti 4nnyt:,, bihad anananarel tuXe t -ea hsp a e h c il b Never before h; we are at this time. General Merchandis bought for Spot Cas merchants pay for tl GAINS in 6 - Dry lie on hand and get G is now ready fc will be pleased to si linery Store. The many other high c prettiest patterns, a a beautiful hat or bi the same moderate department. STRAW HA' l'or Iell an(1 boys. The best line that we have ever carrie McCormick Harvesting ME \We are Agents fOr MIcCormick M owers, Reapers, Binders, 11nd now is the timhe to give your order for a Mower. We are Agent for Peerless Engine fail to figure with us before buying When in PICKENS, Come to See u FOGER & THORNLEY, (DAESI 55A MERCHANI853 WVe have bought for tis Spriing one of the most complete lines of DRESS GOODS, CLOTHINiG, SHOES, HATS and Gent's Furnishing Goods! TIha t mone1 y coul d bu11y. WVe wi'sh to caill your special alttention to ourl line of GiO( I)S. (Ouri clothing ranlges in price frm 82.5o tO S it ai sutit. \\ C (can showv you as good aiI line froml $5.50 to S16.5o0 ais can be found1( awhere. Comue to see us and1 let us5 lit you tup Iromn head to foot. S HOES. Our Stork of1 Shoes; is always comp11lete. Ily the"B --I T l AN I-: and( you will g.et the best. WVe are also) agenihts or the celebrated .Selz $3. 50 Shoe for men. Harness, Saddles, Bridles and Hardware OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. If you need 1 larness of any kind c'all On uts, for we think E Ie (can save y'ou money. SHINGLE MILLS AND SUPPLIES. Su ch as I-:mery Wheels, Shing.le tics, lBelting, Sigle Saws, Oling Saws, and Cross-Cut Saws of every description. Call mf uts for anything in ou r line. Our Motto is, "Honest G oods at I lonest Prices. al Yours truly, ME TOITET ,Ave we been so fully prepared to meet your wants in all de We have now open for your inspection one of the larg e that has ever been displayed in Pickens County. Thes .h in large qnantities, and will enable us to sell then for le iem. For the NEXT SIXTY DAYS we will give some Goods, Notions, Hats, Shoes and Millinery. first choice. RAND MILLINERY DISPLAY. r your inspection. We cordially invite the ladies to call. low you through. Spring brings the supreme test of wor collection includes the daintiest creations in Cheflons, Fanc lass materials suitable for street wear. A choice of a mn t much less than the usual price. While money is often wi )nnet, it is no excuse for askiiig exhorbitant prices. We sell basis of profit as other goods. You will do well to visit [S : at from 1o cents to $.oo. All the new shapes, all loney. ichinery. Corn Shreaders, Rakes, &c., The Best on the market i of Buggies and \Vagons, al C s and Geiser Treshing Machines, s, Inspect our Stock and get our Yours truly, A K PARK'S STOCK OF SPRING GOODS Is now in store. Thle store is brimming full of bright risp, new goods. Each season I do my best to get tihe new :st and prettiest goods p)ossible, but this season, I feel that ] ~ave surpassedl all former seasons. I do not believe in toc nuch(1 talk about goods, but my stock wvill bear me out im every laim I make. I have undoubtedly one of tihe prettiest linles >f whlite goods ever shiown in Greenville. Colored wasl2 ~oods in every new~ stye and color. My prIices are as low as good goods can be sold. I am leterminled to myl store interesting to all buyers of dry goods ndlt notions this season. Twelve years dealing with mel hlas roven lo many people of Pickens, that wvhatever I tell them hey can rely unpljonl it. ''Give me a showing,'' is a!! I ask, and goods andt prices are not satisfactory, don't buy. A. K.Pak d1anlber *+ Yard, *i Planing +~ Mil, *t Contractor. I Carry a rt.11 I..,ne, Andc alw~ays4 on luial. or NOINE FITTINGS, PACKING, MACHINE CYLINDER OLS, PAINTS AND LINSEED OILt, DOOR S, SA SH, BLINDS, MOULDING, FLOORING, CEILtING AND EVERY THING NECESSARY TO THE BULlDER. The ginnting~ season is over anld I am just inlstalling a re tw machine for making beveled sidings, and can attend to ly job) with neatness andl despatch. TURNTED RND SAWED SC[ROLL WORK! In fact, everything the uip-to-date buLildier needs. 'Write to me, come to see me. Your patronage solicited. partients as 7st stocks of ! goods wvere ss than other [ ARI. BAR Miss Hughes 4mI th to the Mil y Braids, and u1mlb1ler of the lling paid for M illilnery Oil our. Millinery SHOES. kinds of leather. See us on your Shoes and we will save you Rock Hill Buggies. 'or the money. We carry a full line or all the leading makes aln name you close prices. If you are in the market don't Prices. We will save you money. . .Walk Over Shoes.. FOR MEN, $3.50. Our Ladies' Hand Sewed Extension Edge Oxfords $2.00. Are the Nicest we have ever shown. We Sell Everything in the Shoe Line. PRIDE & PATTON, Greenville, S. C. WThe Domestic 'I'his ?111 Fa ou Uall Beri3 Sewing t in I aiI.ne(rican Exposition Octo I SEE ONE, TRY ONE, BUY ONE! A l1 ian ii y .au for your olti <l1 s 111 li nt r< i lii i ti Ne ALSO BICYOLE SUPPLIES! am~ (ii erba it a i t a 19 reasonal price. Cali - 1-W H OHSN . Plnk ikn s, S.' C. Good Luck to all Who Buy in this Store! ). T.~ oc W.\ M. (CURETON! Fine Family Groceries, Vegetables and Fruits Everything in Season. 83&-G'ods Declivered Promnpt'y. E A StEnv 8, C.