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PICKENS, S. C.:
Wednesday, OJct. 14, 1903.
TO (UR -SUBSCRIBERS.
The accounts of both The Sentinel
and Journal, whether of recent date
or old accounts, are duo and payab!e
to me, and I kindly ask ouch and
every person to at once como forward
and settle up. We have too many
sets of books to look after and must
-wind them up and reduce to the Bet
now being prepared for The Sentinel
Journal. A prompt and early settle.
ment of these old accounts will save
trouble and court costs.
All subscriptions to The Sentinel
Journal are due this fall and we ask
all subscribers to come in and settle
up as soon as they put their cotton
on the market.
J. L. 0. THOMPSON,
For Thompson & Richey, Props.
Dots From Hughes.
Mr. Editor: As I haven't seei
anything in your valuable paper frou
this thriving little section, I will tr
and give you a few dots.
The health of our community i
very good at present.
The fariners are busy picking cot
toi and taking care of their hay am
We had some cloudy threateninj
weather on tne 7th inst., but no
very much rain, although a gooi
rain would help turnips and late cot
The postoffice at this place is dis
continued, it being supplied with Il
F. D. from Pickens, with Middletoi
Hester as carrier. It is a great hell
to us to have our mail delivered ti
r---orhouses and, more than that, w
get our mail daily, which is mudl
better than it was before, only twic
Your writer had the pleasure c
attending the "Old Folks" singing v
Six Mile the first Sunday and listet
od to the good old songs sung by th
old arnd young; then at noon how
did enjoy the good rations, and boy
I saw some nice girls out there l'
IHamp Craig passed through Thuri
(lay with his young bride to spenid
few days at Gap 11111.
--J. M. Garrett, the hustling mei
chant of this place, has ordered a le
of dry goods from a Philadelphi
house. When in nieed of anythingi
his line call on him, he will do y'o
J. M. Childress, the cotton ginnel
ise doing business now in a hurr
Hehas already ginned over one hmu
dred bales of cotton, although cotta
is a little short around hero.
Cotton pitdkig is the order of iL
day and possum hunting is the ordt
of the night.
J. La. Hendricks and W. C. Chal
man are making molasses in this Se0
tioni. Girls do you love "lasses!"
The young people of this sectic
had a candy pulling at J. 0. Hughei
residence the 5th.
The Singing at WV. J. B. Chaj.
man's on the 3d inst., was weoll at
tended by the young 1peopl1 frona
this community. All reported a gooc
Tommy Jones and sister, Maggic
visited at J. P. Robinson's Sunda
evening the 4th
Jos. Hlughes visited Mr. andl Mir
Elmer Tripp last fourth Sunday.
T1he writer of this article thank
Old Riddle for the comnpliment shi
passed on. hiimi as bemng "'a brigh
young man." I am glad that I cai
return the complhment on Old Rid
dite as being "a lovewinning, -an<
Wake up .Blue Eyes, I haven'
heard anything from you in som<
J. J. McCombs went to Pickens or
business last week.
Rev. E. J. Mullinax, pastor of Nin
* Forks church, being absent last Sun
* day, Rev. J. M. Looper filled the aup
pointment in his stead. His text w a
"What shall I do with Jesus." W
* pray that Brother Looper will holc
out faithful in his young ministry.
*. Success to The SentInel-Journal.
Cheap Rates to Columbia to the Stati
Fair Oct. 24-29.
*On account of the above occasion.
~:the Southern Railway will sell tickets
from all points in State of South
Carolina to Columbia, S. C., and re.
turn at rate of one first class fare
plus 75 cents, wvhich includes one ad.
mission to the fair grounds.
~ickets on sale daily October 24th
to 20th, inclusive, and for trame
scheduled . to arrive in Columnbir
priot to noon of October 30th, limnited
to eturr) until Nov. 2d, 1908.
/*'or full information, schedules
- e 4 apply to any local agent of th(
e$~j ofparty or to
R. R. Hunt, D. P. A.,
Charleston, S. C.
ehave on our shelves many reme.
~4t~for constipation and biliousness, but
~t& oerfailing, comlmon-sense cure is
~i"4oxy i Tiamon's Liver Pills and
?,lt . This Treatment cureo by
ed~t~ocuse of the trouble; the
'~W r~uee the liver,~ . hile the
'to t'ie up this organs and in..
a'1~4) e1by mondit ions.
Ml10 News. '
Cotton, pioling is oasitng the day
in this seotfon.
0. E., the little sm of Sna Cox is a
on the sick list. k
Russell, the infant son of L'ician
Hondricks, is ill at present.
Augustus Williams has boon on
the sick list a long tim., but is im
proving. We hope for him a speedy I
Cannon Androws and sister, Mis:
Emma, of Zirconia, N. C., visited i
Miss Evie Hendricks last wook
Come again friends, we are glad to r
welcome our friends from North Car e
olina in our homos for we certainl3 d
do have an enjoyable time while with a
On the 3d inst., in the norni.ait
Mises Cori Chapman, Eir-ma An i
drews, Maggio Chapman, Evio Hen
dricks and Camion Andrews all went
for a drive and returned at l'?V noon
They all reported an enjoyable ti-.I
while on the tri). Inl the afternom
they all went to Dr. 3. M. Crensltaw'
and Miss Cora Chapman performed
on the organ and there was som
real good singing. They returned
at 5 o'clock and raid they wore goitit
back to the doctors again, for the)
enjoy themselves there.
Saturday night the 31, there was a
singing at W. J. B. Chapman's.
Misses Maggio Chapman, Maggie
Hill performed at the organ and Mie
Cora Chapman with the violin and
they played together and if you want
to hsar some fine music just ash -
them .to play and you cortainly will
hear it. Mr. Ohapman then took the
violin and gave some more good
music. All the fault we found was
he made everyone keep their foot
still, and we at once found it hard to
do. Miss Cora Chapman then wont
to the organ and we had some moro:
sweet singing. Miss Emma Andrews
sang "Sweet Birds," and it sure was
fine. Then came the timo for us all
to return home. There were severai
friends from Looper and the house
was full of lively girls and boys. I
- think everybody enj yed themselves,
I at least I did.
Sunday morning Miss Emma An.
i drews and brother, Cannon, started
t for North Carolina. Ola Chapman
I and Miss Evie Hendricks went part
of the way with them; they went as
far as A. Jennings' store. I think
Ola and Evie will want to visit Cani
and Emma before very long.
AMonday night the 5th, thore was a
candy pulling at Joe Hughes' at
Looper, and a crowd of boys and
3 girls went from this section in a
i wagon and it broke down and they
a had an awful time getting there and
back, but had a real nice time while
t Sunday school at Mt. Tabor is do
ing fino. It has bon running eight
e years and never misses a Sunday.
I It is increasing and we hope every
s body wvill come and bring their
'1 children. There is nothing any bet
ter than a good Sabbath school.
,. There will be a full supply of cards
a and quairterlies next Sunday.
t Liberty Locals.
Liberty, S. C., Oct. 6, 1903.
Dry and dusty', crops batlly cut.
short, especially late corn, cotton and
peas. There has not boon a good
clay season here since May. Melon
:crop has been unusually short.
n Contractor Grandy ,vas in town
yesterday and mortar and( brick will
be put in shape today on the TP. N.
Hunter nowv store.
The11 next entorp~rise talked of is a
o spinning and hosiery mill. Th'e pro.
r~ motors scomn to be meeting with con
. The cotton seed oil mill was start.
,. ed up last week.
I We notice the governmenit crop r~e.
port is published and puts the do.
Schine in cotton condition for Sept. at
'11.8 points. These rep~orts are miado
from conditions as represented by3
moreIthan1,300 correspbIdents in
dhition of 67.8 points complared with
614.7 same dato 1902, and 63.5 in
1901. New Orleans reports only 65
per cent of last year receipts at that
point to Sept. 25 The farmer will
'act wise, in our opinion, wvho dlOtg
not rush off his cotton at less thanm
.10 or 124 cents.
Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Stowvart have
s returned from a ten day's tour to
e Pittsburg, P'a., Niagara Falls, WVash
t ington, etc. They report a grand
trip. - ~C.
Picking cotton is the order of the
Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Day, of Eas
bey, visited Win. Swayngamoe Sunday.
Mrs. Ben Boggs is still in very bad
.Married, at the residence of the of.
.ficiating minister, Rev. WV. J. Sheriff,
Mr. James Rodgers to .\liss Osie Day.
May they ever be happy.
Tonm Norris visited friends near
Glassy Mountain the fourth Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Woody and
Miss [Lulai Couch visited relatives in
Easley last Sunday.
R1ev. WV. 3. Sheriff tilled his r.egn.
lar appointment at Mt. Airy Sunday
last. Lost Boy.
This association w ill umeet wi th the
oh urch at Oolonoy', Thmu rsday', 12th
day of November, next. The follow
ing committees will make reports:
State of Rligion--Matthew Hen.
Education--Rev. A. J. Manly.
Home Missions-J. E. Singleton.
State Mlissions-Rev. J. E. Foster.
Foreign Missions-Jesse J. Lewis.
Association Missions-Rev. B. E.L
Aged Ministers-~W. B. Jones.
Orphanage-Tr. T1. IHnghes.
Temperance --D)r. J. Li. Bolt.
Obituaries-W. J. Gillespie.
Sunday Schools--R. T. Lewis.
Lot the churches send full dolega
tions and good contributions, especi.
ally for minutes.
0. E. Robinson, Clerk.
B. A. NoOA). T. .J. IIAULDIN. ivy N. MAULDIN
MtORQAN. MAULIN & MAULDIHN,
ATTORNE~YS AT LAW,
Eusloy, S. C, Oct. 5, 1903.
Tho protracted services being held
t the first Baptist church are large.
r attondod, espocially at nlight, and
undiy the house was more than
ill. Groat interest is being -mani
sto. ly y.ung and old. De. Pitch
doilg the proaching and his ser'
ions are very forceful. As a result,
iore hais boni many conversions aud
iveral aidditions to the church. Th
lootng wll continue until Thursda%
There was a runaway couplo mat
ied Sunday night about 12 o'locl
y Mayor J. T. Lathem at his resi
once. The coitatintiig parties wer.
liss Nanuio Welborn, daughter on
'ounty Comm1is5isionrer Wulborn and
Ir. RufNS linton, son of lion. J. A.
lintou. '1'h6s youuig people, i.
cry popular in their respectivo corm
muualtiu.s awl their many friends wil
I il 11 ink witshing -thom" I long an
Mis Sadie licher, ol Pickens, i6
ipunding a few days ii) the city visit
ng friends anid taking inl the lueet
U. T. Smiith, lato of Dovive, Col.,
who has been spending a few (lays at
his father's, J. T. Smith, of Burdine,
Anderson county, is hero for a few
lays visiting his uncle, A. M. Fulger.
lie will soon go to Georgia whore he
has accepted a position.
Monroe Smith and wife, of Duvide,
Col., arrived here last Friday.
L'hey will rimake their home in this
eounty in tile luturo. Mr. 8math be
ing run down in health by hari and
regular work, he will try fa ining
The building boom is still on. The
business block on Tablo Rock street
is fast being put in shapo, and when
finished will be one of tho nicost
placos in tile city.
Cotton is coming in right along
now. Prices ranging from 9 to 9'
Catetcheeo, S. C., Oct. 6, 1903.
On last Thursday night, just as
the clock was striking eight, the
death angel came into our midst and
claimed for one of its jewels Mrs.
Mattio I. Hudson, the dearly beloved
wife of J. R. Rogers. Thou'ga Mrs.
Rogers had been in ill hoalth for sev
eral days, no one belioved that the
end was so near until just a few min
uites before she breathed her last.
The deceased was a consistent enem.
ber of the Methodist church for -sev
eral yors prior to her death, and her
daily walk showed that she was a
christian in heart. Being callod
lici e in the primne of life, (33 years
old,) showed thait God hald a sacred
place for her to fill. She leaves a
husband and Iive children, besides a
dear motLor, brothers and sisters
and1( scores of friends to m~ournl her
loss. But (dear relativ-es anid friends
weep) not as5 thiose weep that hravo no
hop1e, but look upon High and1( be
lieve that she is there. '.1 ho burying
took place at Camp Creek church on
Saiturdaly following her (leath, Rev.
J. B. Trammel conducting the funor
Mrs. Lawson, of Ocorgia, is visit
ing the family of W. S. Durham near
Mrs. D. J. Prince is visiting reia
tivus in Greenville this woeok. Dave
looks mighty lonesome under the hill
by hiax self, anid says lie just can't
cook, even if ho had thu time. Poor
fellow, I know he has been hungry
several timols this week. Mr. Prince
is the Electrician at the Norris Mill,
and his the lonosomneat place to stay
this side of the "Dark Ihouse" on
Glassy Mountain. Ho is about one
mile and a half from the mill, taiking
it around the road. Bunt neverthe
less, Mr'. Prince likes his position
fino---eemns to enjoy it -and certain
ly lho is the main for that place. Mr.
Prince has had charge of the plaint
ablouit eighteen months and hasn't
lost a day.
Well, we see thiat sorme man, (lie
is from the North, I bel ieve,) has
gullibility enough to whoop up a
lar'ge cotton cr'op for this year; 11,.
000,000 bales. Poor fellow., if lie
was close enough we would send
Sheriff McDaniel after him, have him
brought before Judge Newber'y rand
see what is the matter with his top
stoi'y. If lhe lhars got anything at
stake on that lie will be like the fel
low wvas thiat wvanted to be buried
assleep, (riot deadl,) so lbe could wake
up ini heaven. So the poor follow
went to sho~p before he praiyed and
they buried him nccording to his i'e
quLest, Whean ho woke up he w~as in
a diff'erent country to what lie thought
lie would ho. A fter looking around
awhile and viewing the situationi ho
exclaimed: "Great Godi if I had
known this I wou'd have plaiyod shut
It takes eleven and a half million
bales to supply the mills. So you
see even if there should be, (but
there will not be this year,) eleven
mill11ion hales nmade [bhe would still|
be a scaircity of a half miillion bales.
Thlere can never t.o an over-plus of
cotton any mori' until a thirteen
million bale crop~ is maidc. The marn
that can hold his cotton until next
spring will get fifteen cents per.
poun md for it.
If seine one will tell us where cur
County Commnissionors are buried
we will take the money that has been
paid in on some of [lie roads and buy
them head -rocks. It hasn't been
used on the road~s and why niot use
it [liat way. Bi.
It is a great convenience to have
tot hand reliable remedies fr use in
mases of accidlent and for' slight Injuries
md allments. A gceod liniment and one
that is fant becoming a favorite if net a
aousehiold necessity is Chiam berlain's
Pain Balmn. By applying it promptly to
i cut, bruise or burn it allays the pain1
and e-mses the injury to heal in abouit
mel third the time usually required, and
is it Is antisop~tic it prevents any danger
)f blood( poisoning. When Pain Balm, is
ce pt on hand a sprain may be treated
eotore iniamnatlon sets in, which insures
i quick recovery. For sale by Pickens
Drug Co., Earle's Druig Store, T. N.
It Xeeps the Feet WVarmn and Dlry.
Ask today for Alien's IFoot-i~se, at power. It
mre~s hIlbians, Swollen, swcating, Sore, Ach
toroni feet. At sill druggists and shoe
Soft and crooked bones mdan
bad feeding. Call the disease
rickets if you want, to. The
growing child --must eat the
right food for growth. Bones
must have bone food, blood
must have blood food and so
on through the list.
Scott's Emulsion is the right
treatment for soft bones in
children. Little doses everyday
give the stiffness and shape
that hea thy bones should have.
Bow legs become straighter,
loose joints grow stronger and
firmness comes to the soft
Wrong food caused the
trouble. Right food will cure it.
In thousands of cases Scott',
Emulsion has proven to be the
right food for soft bones in
Send for free sample.
SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemisto.
400-415 Pearl Street. Now York,
soc. and $.mo; all druggists.
With Mr. Vanderbilt's di-parure
from Biltniore Saturday, for a yes
in Europ", another change wai made
In future only paid admiss'on4 will
be granted to the public who n isl
to drive over the big farm. A dimi
will be charged pedestrians ani
wheelnon, 25 cents for men on h3rse
back or in single horse rigs, and 5(
cents for doub)e rigs' limited to fiv<
occupqnts. The reason given foi
this ii the contention that tha aoadl
have been injured to the exient oj
many thousands each year by thi
great influx of visitors. It is almos
pathetic that Mr. Vanderbilt's vas
estate, on which he has expende<
more than 3even millions, shoald 64
brought down to a plane of a dimi
We offer One Hundred Dollars Rewar
for any case of catarrh that cannot b
cured by Hall's Catarrh cure.
F. J. CHENEY & Co.,Toledo,O.
We, the undersigned, have known I
J. Cheney for ihe last 15 years, and bi
lieve him perfectly honorable in all bis
ness transactions and financially able t
carry out any obligations made by the!
Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, wholesal
Druggists, Toledo. 0.
Hal l's Catarrh Cure is taken internall
acting directly upon the blood and mi
cous surfaces of the system. Tostim<
nials sent free. Price 75c., per bottli
Sold by all Druggists. Hall's Famil
Pills are the best.
STATE OF SOUTR CAROLINA.
County of Pickens.
W. T'. McFall, Plaintiff,
W. A. Hendricks, et al., Decfendanta.
In pursuance of a decretal order mad
in the above stated case by the Hononi
ble James Aldrich. presiding judge, dal
ed July 18th, 1903, and on file in th
Clerk's office, I will sell to the higheci
bidder on Saleday in November, 1907
during the legal hours for sale at P'cken
Court House, S. C., the following de
scribed tract of land, to wit :
All that piece, parcel, or tract of lani
lying and being situated in Hurrican
Township, county and staite aforesait
adjoining. Iand1s of Mrs. Eady Jor~ea, I
G. Gaines, W. N. Hendricks and J. (
Garrett, and containing sixty-one (6]
acres, more or less,
Terms Cash. Purchasers to pay fc
all panpors and for recording the same.
Tlhe termis of the above sale must b
complied with on cday of sale or the pre
misecs will be resold on some subseqnen
saleday thereafter at the risk of the for
- A. J. BOGUS,
Clerk of Court Pickens County.
Killed by a Spider.
It is learned hiers that Mrs. Sara]
Hood, wife of a well known farmer ii
the upper section of Greenville coun
ty, had died several days ago as th<
result of a spider bite. The womar
was bitten by the spider while en
gaged in work around her husband's
b~arn. She became hick about t
days after the occurrence and grad
ually grew worse each day. Physi
cians were summoned but their of
forts were of no avail towards staying
the arnm of death.
Thousands Have Kidney Trouble
and Don't Know it.
how 'ro Flud4 Out.
Pill a bottle or common glass with yeui
Water and let it stand twenty-four hours; a
sediment or set
- tling indioates an
tion of the kid
neys; If it stalins
your linen it is
S evidence of kid
* ney trouble; too
frequent desire to
- ...... 'the backr ialn
convincing proof that the kidneys and blad
der are out of order..
What to Do,
There is comfort In the knowledge s
often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
Root, the great kidney remedy fulfills every
wish in curing rheumatism, pain In the
back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part
of the urinary passage, it corrects inability
to hold water and scalding pain In passing
it, or bad effects following use of liquor,
wine or beer, and overcomes that unpieasant
necessity of being compelled to go often
during the day, and to get up many times~
during the night. The mild and the extra
ordinary effect of Swamp -Root is soon
realized. it stands the highest for its won
derful cures of the most distressing cases,
If you need a medicine you should have the
best. Sold by druggists In 50c, and$i. sizes.
You may have a sample bottle of this
and a book that tells
mere about it, both sent
abrolutely free by mai.
Address Dr. Kilmer & won.e amoet
Co., Binghamton, N. Y. When writing men
tion reading this generous offer in this paper.
Don't make any mistake, but remember
ihe name, Swamp-.Root, D)r, tKllmer's
Swamp-Root, and the address, Binghamton,
N.Y., on every bottle,
db l! - A8RNK DEPOSfl
STATE o SOUTH CAROLtNA
County of Plkenia.
In Common Pleas (Court.
In pursiuane of Ordois et Foreoloaie
maide in ti following sttted (aseP, lint:
on file in It Cl-rk's (fMloe, I will sell.t.
the higeest bidder On
SALESDAY IN NOVEMBER,
1903, at Pickers Court Houss', S. C.,
during the legal 'ours for sale, thu foi
lowing detcil ed leal Ett-- upon tht
terms hereinaft, r montionet, lowil.:
. F. Smith, Adui'r., et. i,)
Geo. W. cannion, et. Il.
Tht, following tracts of I.nd iving an,
boabg in 1t( State at-rkl Cotinly :.f. rosati
on the waters of Twt-ve Mile Itve r, t,
All that tract that Gco. W. ('onno
11nd Clinton Canntn p)ulased from1t, h.
-4aid Thtma Caunn, .Jr., On i.i T.
aow livos, mad- up of the O 'Br-at
place of eighty (80) or s and the o
lard place of eigh teen (18) acIe, coa
tauiug ninoty eghlt (U8) uuro. ia'o i.
less, and ladjoitiang a-al' of th. eltait
of W. W. -Robinson, Twelvo Mi!e Cam
Ground, Jes': Art4r, Cl-arles Obi are
All of (hut tract of laud linowna Bs Bt
Shoals, conatining 01.0 hundr. d anu
-ixI) (160) aores more or lest', a(tiiiiin
lands of 1X. A. Itexter, '.' W. Cochragn
Vardery Ferguson, James Morgau n.
R. F. Smith, Admn'r., et. al.,
Geo. W. Cannion.
Judgment of Forccio ure
All of that tract of lind lying a d It
ing in the State al.d Couaaly ar sla.
djoining landi of Lonarai Stte hs
Charles Childrees, Ellis land, Tuoniom
cannlon, Jr., C. L. Hollii.gsw-rth andil
others, containing one huindre4d iam.
twenty (120) acres, be the 3 m. mnor e
less, known us the John O'Br.%aut I ud.
r U. A. Hollingt-worth,
Any Cannon, et. al,
Judgment of Foreclosure,
All that certain piwce, parcel or traci
of land, situate, lying and hting in Pick
t ens county, in the Stato aforesaid, oi
waters of Eigiteen Mile Creek, erstain
ing eighty nine (69) nores, more or less,
bounded by lands of A. Boggs, G.
Stephemr, Dr. Miller, F. Hower, E.
Martin and others.
All that other parcel or tract of land
situate in the said County of Pickens,
in State aforepaid, containing eight and
one-fourth (81) acres; more or less, ad
joining lands of E. Martin, Mary Leath
er., Labell church lot, and others.
All that other piece, parcel or tract of
land.s ituate in said State and County,
containing two (2) acres, more or les.s,
adjoiting lainds of Aaron Bhgga and
other lands owned by John Cannon, de
ceased, being same laud cotnveyed to
John Cann-ni, deceased, by J. J. Lewis,
. 0.0. P. U.
'.Terms ot sale on all the above de
y scribed lands, ane-half cash, bal .nee on
a credit of twvolve mzonths froml ulay of
-sales. T1he credit por'tions' biearing iin
terest at the rate of 8 per cent per an
num from the (lay of sale and secured
by a bood of the purchaser or purchasers
and a mnortgag'e of the premises sold.
The terms in a.ll the above sales must
be complied with in one hour or the
premises will be re-sold on the same or
some subsequent Saleday.
Purobasers to pay for all papers and
for recording the same.
0 ----) A. J. BOUJGS,
-SEAL. C. C.P.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
All persons holding elaims againast the
estate of C. M. Ragadale, deceased, are
hereby no~tifled to presont their claima
e to the undersigned, properly alproved,
I, on or by the first day of December 1903.
J. M. STEWART,
.) 12th Oct. 1903. St.
r Many Meltool Ultilleirena are Nickly.
Mother Gray's Sweet l'owuders for ('hihirean
eused by Mothe Gray, a nurse in, Ubiklren's~ lioane
New York, lirenk u , Cohls in Si hours, Cuire -'e
-verbhaness. Ileadac he, Stounaach trounlex, Tleeth-.
n lg iIorders, aund destroy W~ornI. A t all drug
ien . OlInistd e oy N. CI.Adriss, Al.
This Is th...
and comnfort to mar
outfits of many kin<
We will now sell..
No. 7 Jewell C
and 22 pieces<
No. 117 Art F
Stove and 26 ~
No. i 8o Black
and 26 pieces
Our stock of c,
stoves is complete.
ledge our prices to
ket, after you see ti
not see them unless
W. H. PICK
North Main St.
and see us before buying Dry
just opened up new goods and
space to quote prices but comot
right. Bargains in our Dry G<
our notions are n'w and( a vari
on the bottom.
We have a nice line of Comf<
sell you cheaper than you have
feather pillars, only $1.50 per
Oar groceries are always fros
need of any come and give us
bought and sold.
Let us have your laundry. <
Cheaper than any one else. G
~hlldrai X , PtIan la IYT yta
ChIldrenvwbo are uleoliate, fovorsh anU croes
Will e0t inueliato rolie froa M Ar Ora's
divoeL 1'a(wtJord for ejatidren. Thuy elo -js t be
stoumh. aet on lthe livor. making a siokly ebild
stron 11and hoatth y. A certain cux'o for Worms.
401d I drule Istm te. Sawple (roe. Ad
Bicycle Material of all kinds
Fine Cigars & Tobacos,
Ca n Goods, Sugar, Coffee,
and many other thitngs too
todtlous to mention . , .
Bicycle Repairing Carefully Done.
All at t IoWOst Cah411 Prico.
C. . H i S & 00.,
weat w~t. cawc:Ls. c.
\\ N \ \ . V \ N N N 1A,','
Easley's - Jeweler
A I%.3a. tatd to Ct :ou.
I lav.. a completo line of Jew
(Jry atvory close prices........
J1.- rA"o; iC.ed a lot of Rogers
Sdt-ar Knivets and 'orks. . ..
eIft.airinig of Watches. Clocks
anad inytihain, im the Jewelry
L inoa-. pi)tipt l donii and guar
Call en me at CuMlinhamau
GC.o lang ( o., next door to
If so call on J 1). MOORE
and and got aI 10 pound Caddy
Old Reliable, $2.95 per box.
Brown's Mule, $3. 10 per box.
Hatchet, $3. 60 per box.
Sch na pps, $3 90 per box.
Red Elephant, $3 50 per box.
Cuba Free, $3.40 per box.
Blind Tomn, $3.40 per box.
Other goods at equally as low
pricos- Candy I50 a box.
g ' Bring me your produce.
J. D. MOORE.
STATE OF SO (UTH OARlOLINA,
Counity of P'ickens.
In Common leas Court.
J. D. Kolley, Piintiff,
Fannie Ellenburg, et al., Defendants.
By virtue of an order for foreclosoure
mado in the above statted caso by the
Houorable James Aldrich. presiding
jud~ge, on the 20th day of July, 1903, I
will soil to the highest bidder in frot or
the court house door, on Faleday iu No
vember, 1903, during the legil hours for
such sale, the following described real
estate, to wit:
All that certain piceC, porcol, or tract
of land, situate, being and lying ini the
conty and state aforeseaid, and bouded
by lands of Whit A. HIamiltou, James
Johnson, Henry Whlitc, and others, con
taiing one hiundr-ed and lifteen (115)
acres, more or less.
Trj11ms Onsh!. P'urcha;ser to pay for all
papers and for iceordinig the same.
If the putrchas. r does not complly with
thai terms thereof ou the day of sale, it
will be resol on somne suibsequent salo
d(azy at thle risk.of the former puirchaser,
and so on from timon to timo until a rcs
ponsibie bidder beo foundi~.
J. H. (1. McD)ANLET,
Shoitn' Pickens County.
it gives satisfaction
and woman New
is are to be selected
R TO0 CALL.
ook Stovec ' .50.
>f Ware a
cs. ware at'I'
Oak Stove .50.
>f ware at '"
oking and heating
You will acknow..
be under any mar
te goods. You can
you callion :::
EASLEY, S. C.
Joods and Grocories. We have
lots of 'em. We hiavn't the
an-d see us. Our prices are
>ods tha~t will surprise you and
ety of thiem. Prices are down
>rts and Blankots that we can
ever known beforo, 3 p)oundl
h and prices right. !When- in
a look. Country produce
Jollars 1o eaeh' and1 shirts eta'.
od work guaranteed.
are easy to find-to wear-to
- pay for. We have your size,
The label on the coat
Small thing to look f-big
thing to find-mean. :
and if you don't find them so,
your money back.
Large shiplment of New Fal
Styles coming in daily.
Smith .& Bristow,
THE MEN'S AND BOY'S OUTFITTER.
Greenville, S. C.
Of course, we had much rather have you call at our store,
but, if you can't-a mail order is the next best thing. We
iandle many things, that can be bought really easier than if
you were here in peirson.
atke Wools For Instatlic...
Fairy Zephvr, :19c the b an k-3 for 50c.
Whetland Wool, 121o the hank, or *1.75 a pound of 16 hanks.
Saxony Wool, 10c straight. Germantown 15c straight.
Colmbia Zephyr-2 or 4 fold 5o (h oz.
Crocol Cottoi-tho kind that looks like silic, bt woafs botter
)v the ball or 6 for 25e.
'lry Red Colo n-the Sort that, e.mi't fade, 2 halls for 5c.
0!d iun, Tumv RdCotdon, ( hoi:ed in oil, big hanks 20.
(n p Ioun d - 1 1 1k 11 all Co t.n for 10c
Somie Silk Smcials....
Ulack '1 Thi a Silk, sam ne width as tho yard wide Sea Island,
e t ad $1.00.
.Ulack 'can dle Soi Sil1k, full yard wide- worth *1 .50 at $1.33.
Antlherea Silk, 10 iches wide, all colors, every thread silk
both ways at 58e~ the yard.
Black Austrian Silk, one and a quarter yards wide, 75ca.
Black iDress (00os....
We wish we had space to tpoll you about our Black Dross
Goods Stock. This oneo Item will give you an Iidoa of how
,h e pr'ices run :t
BLACK( HENRIETTA--38 inches wide, all puro wool,
both wvarp nd woof, 50 cents the yard.
[1 may not be of interest to know that foi- every yard of this
inmber, we pay -1 (etals. M ighty little pr~ollt, but then noth
is too good for peoplo who buy black goods over our counters.
A postal card request will get a sample.
We have about Trlyli~ thousand yards of the best drill made
-a-Wnat sinined in the Pacotet flood---its the 80 quality.
Our puce .)e t ho yard.
Water stained Canton Flannels-two, three and four cents
off'the prieC per' yardl.
100 pairs of Sample Blankets-They are worth from 75c the
pair to 87.00t the pair:. We have mnaked them from 50 cents
to 4.50 the pamr. A big saving to folks who buy them.
BAR R'S GOD ST ORE.
114-1 i6 Main St. GREENVILLE, S. C.
Stradley & Barr's old stand.
liUY YOUR H[OME and
STOP PAY INI RENTl.
4 lots 1''( X 24) for. utI 5.0) ('ach.
71 acre farm 17 miles from Pickns, Onie..half' in cultivation for $954.00.
133 61-10 aes withim one mile of Norris Cotton Mill. '45 acres in cultivatio
iialance in origial forest., Nearly wood enough on this place to pay for it. Gooi
.vater'. T wo frmo d welings andi out houses. (Going at $I'2 per acre.
130 acre farm necar Six Mile church, 2-story (dwelling, 60 aCres good
leart timber'; 60 acres in cultivation; plenty of running streams $1825
1301 acres one il( of Easley, plenty of water. An ideal stock farm, $2,000
It.O acres on Crow Creek. !0 acres in cullvation, 16 acres good bottom land
ioodl 4 room hiouse and out ihuses. $950.00.
Real estate is going in a rush now. Conmo soon and( get pick and choice.
For further information call on
J. D. H OL DER & CO,
RLEAL ESTATE DE1'ALERtS.
Of11oo at Deopot- ikons, 8. 0.
FOR SALE, rL0.A LE
Seven. huindlrod (700) acros in B mtatoo
P.owvnshtipI, well timblored and wll w tat
tred. Good Tliles. Pces ct aoia
Two hundred and f wenty-four (224')
ucros in ('entral T1owniship, wveil timbrci- 01c i)tis(i em om)4o
(1 and~ wecll waitered, G'ood Tit!es. 'ieslrgStr.Oeshiprf
Both these tracts of land are offeredsimsrvc ttepul.
it reasonialo prTices, eitheor all cash or
me-half cash, bialainco in 0110 yoar with
nitor'.- at 8 1por cot. secured by moert- b JI U G S
fago M. tihe land. An inspection of this*
>roperty is inivited. If not sold by Doe-T7~~1
umber 1st, will bo0 taken0 Oft the mariket. iF~P l~)
olw8.Pickes, S.0. iayens, Sotuthy CAll or
A hy'sWid Ilu lo' arl. o's Dr Str. Owor ouhispofs
liadasntstg18iie.frlft iatl sretothe pub mlio e.
Iliipion Cugh 51( Cods R.JI fl. 11*UQE S
Jared him or writesIno he
o1w8ly A Uvr Li D it ." L malo (O gemso Coleg,S. .
hits, uhscols nd ri prv* Frida ap.mnd SaturdayMo. All ork
nAtchos Weritd for Lifet oharoat wnou~ MNYBC conITPALS
;etbDr., K uaing et Discovey for Con- with. th60rn and LG rao vote .
umptio;r9n. Cougan Col, W. H,. '