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Ficksss Sestissl-Joumal.:
flippeiiifs o! i Lttl ill Pemui Xittfo1 ,
XT TauIav tuill Ka in Pinl/nno f
Jk W) ?V4 II4U VO IU A ivnuiio
next Wednesday. ^
?Mr?. J. L<?e Oarpontor of Groen 1
ville, visited the fatuity of her father, 1
1 Mftj. J. J. Lewi3, last" week. j
?W. JJ. Johnson, who is attend
iog a businosa oolluge in Atlanta,
visiled Mm. W. H. Johnson in Pick (
ens this weok.
?Wanted?to sell 15 bushels of (
Russell's Big Boll outton seod, 50c
per bushel. Apply to John Ferguson,
Pickens, S. 0.
_. j
?Mr. (J. JD. Stradley, a progres- <
uivo citizen and a promineut tner- ]
chant of Qroenville, is spending to- \
day in Pickens on business. ]
?Miss Mand Stansoll; the charming
daughter of J. L. Stansoll of ]
Chostnin, visited Lor aistor, Mr??. 13. G.
Robinson, in Piokens Inst week. ]
B. H. Itoper of tho Easloy side, \
was in PiokenB Tuesday on business,
and paid this offico a call, carrying ,
away a receipt for his paper up to
May, 1905.
? Thero is Jess work calculated to '
bo done on circus day thau on any
othor, Yesterday tho Shulby show
hit Piokeus nod the town out. on a
holiday appoaranco.
W. W. Aikon announces for Supervisor
this wook. He is a Bafe, conservative
business inon, and should
ho be elected the county's finances
would be in safe bands.
?D. F. Sutherland is announced
this week for Sheriff. Dun is well
known throughout the county, and
should he bo olectod will discharge
tho duties of tho offico faithfully and
"ITov,, xxr v,,..- ?.. *....
reeloction to the office of treasurer
thia week. Ho is well known and
should ho bo reeloeted he will con- '
tinue to discharge tho duties of the 1
office in tho best possible manuer.
?Charlee Lane, tho noted lecturer, <
humorist and satirist, will give one c
of his inimitable entertainments to t
the neoolo of PinVnnK on !.h? niMif. c
k l -- ? ? " ?-p, ?? c
of May 20?b, in tbo court boueo. i
Entertainment will begin at tlio >
usual hour. Popular price?. This j
is a treat tbat should not bo missed.
?P. C. Cartce comes before tbo '
poo pie tbis week as a candidate for
coroner and asks tbo people tor tboir '
IT? j i i -:i! <
Buum^ai nu 10 it youu iojthi I'lHZOll, "
and stands well wherever ho is known <
and and should ho bo olected to the '
office ho will servo his constituency '
faithfully and well. *
?Two excollont sermon* were f
preached in tho Pickons churches )
Sunday to large congroRati'iuH. In j
the morning Rev. Abnoy preached a ,
good sermon in the Methodist church ^
and at night Itev. Iliott preached an t
excellent sermon to tho young poopln
at the lhir>fi?t oh??iY?li
?Come to Pickens Friday nnd
Saturday, May 13th & 14th. I am go- <
ing to sell out my dry goods, shofs <
i.ud hats at and below cost. I want 1
to make room for my meat market ?
nnd groceries. I .am going to sell <
out on thoso two days. *
X T> . # 1 ?
Y i\i)Kpeciiuuy, 1
\ J. D. Moore. t
?Tho election for school bonds
\ . / for tho orcction of n modern building j
for Pickens was held Friday, and resulted
in a vote of 43 for, and 9 (
against tho issuing of bonds. Pickens
will soon have tho plans for an jclogant
school building and at an
early day work will begin. It is
something that has been needed |
hero for a lonj* time and is tlio procursor
of a lot of other improvement? j
Ihat will RlinrMt/ Kr> lioi/nn Iml'n
?Ouo of tho best 25c shows Hint ^
a Pickens audienco over attended,
was tho Shelby show which was in
town Tuesday, Tho features were
all good. Tho singing, dancing and *
acting, especially Iho contortion features
by tho two little girls, '
was simply fine and elicited much 4
applHiipe. W. T. Ogden, tho mana- |
gar, is a good acrobat, and did soiuo '
good stunts on thu swinging bar. 1
kitj has been horo before, having (
trAVfllnd wifli Mm ToaIo Ttrrvn nlin\? I
and speaks in glowing terms of this '
town and the many improvements
and wonderful progress it has made '
in tho last ten yoars. '
?Mr. R. C. Simpson, a most ploas- <
ant and affable gentleman of Glenn (
Springs, spent from Saturday till <
Monday in Pickens, in tlio interest of )
this justly eolebrated water. Tho
Messrs. Simpson havo leasod tho <
hotel to Mr. Bryan Lawrence, a wellknown
hotel man, of Augusta, On., ]
%vho w?U run it this season. They (
havo rotained tho water-right and ,
lire dovoting nil their timo to the
shipping of this wator. Mr. Simp
won has established an agency in
Pickons, and you can now always
find a supply of the plain and ear
t>onatod water on tap at the Pickens
Drug Co's. store. Tlu re is no hotter
water on the markeb for kidney
nnd bladder troubles than the justly
celebratod Glenn Springs.
?Capt. T. Fronch, of Mount
Hope, Kan., commonly called "Wild
Jim," gave a free (?) exhibition in
Pickens last Wednesday evening.
The only things free were the 25 cent 1
tliAMIR (llA Knvo fw.olo ??ha >? >
..wj ^.,*0 up w UIIII |
, lieforo ho began hia performance, find ,
the free uso of flie descriptive adjrc
^ *' tiyee by tbe sold orowd after the ori- ,
tertainmont (?) wan over, It wiih one
of the bummeat, rottenost fakoa that
ever went down the pike. French
did nothing but ahoot a fow tiinoa .
with a liflo, breaking a fow brick 1
and a few walnuta at closo range, and
then throw tho lariat pome three or I
it, four timfis. but bo liia 1
about aa often n? ho caught it. Af
tor about 40 roinntoa of hum work (
ho announced tho show over. Had i
the oitizona not boon law abiding 1
cliuroh meml)ora and Sunday achoil 1
^teachers and Boholars, Mr. French j
*y]d had to hate left town at a
Hrc^sgait than h? used whon h>?
%A to have saved his akin.
bo allowed to
bP ftt^Qh w? unsuBpeclinK
: 0 /y V/nrn will ploase
jj^^ i^Borg with the
?U?. R. K. Johnson |of Greeuril
?, \isitod Mrp. W. T. Joanes last
ve k.
? Dr. A. B. Wardlaw, dentist, will
be "at his offioo in Pickens, Muy 17lb
*nd 18ih.
?William R. Oats of Eaeley. is
mtiounoed for Supervisor. Ho is
sve!l known throughout tho county,
..wl nl 1.1 I.- l._ ?I
iuii miuuiu un uo uiwiuu, win uurvt
;be county \v??ll.
? Ou account of the joint meeting
>f the teaohors of Ooonoo and Pickjus
counties at Clemson College
Saturday, the County Supt. of Edu
jation will bo absont from his office.
?Married <pn the Jofirtb Sunday
in April, Pin&oy lXnl^ius to Mifs
Ma'isna Chandloty at tho residence
>f Amos DihWuh>. Also, William
Dod^ins to Mias Lila E. Eurle, on
ihe second Sabbath in Mnv. ll(?v R
Holder officiating.
?Mrs. N D. Taylor is in the
Pickens studio todny, in place of Mr.
L'aylor. Mrs. J. It. C. Griffiu, of
Easley, catno ut> with Mrs. Taylor,
ind is visiting Miss Addie Iliott.
rhcMo charming ladies paid this of
ice a visit an'" learned something of
'tho art preservative."
?The o'd soldiers' reunion will be
lold in Charleston the 17th, 18th
?nd 19th inst. The railroads have
riado a vtrv lo.v rate for this occa
ion, it being ono cont ft mile for
jvery noilo ti'uvolod, plus 25 cents,
i'he Pickons rnilroad will put on side
>0e round trip tickets for this occasion.
A good crowd from this county
will fttloud.
? A. gftrno of base bull will bo
dftyed on the Pickens Jinraond Fri1
uy afternoon botweon the "Fats"
ind the "Lciiiip." The gnme will be
;nlled fit 4 o'clock p. ni. The teams
torn posing the nines will bo picked
roHi citizens of the town who have
lot played any kind of bull for sover
il years, and tho fun will bo fast and
? Foil Rai-k?Ono New Star Separator,
jufit boon used two yearn, alnost.
as good aw now, to bo Bold at a
mrgain. Also G2 acres well improved
and, good pasture, and in good state
;f cultivation, jut?t outside of tho insorporato
limits of Liberty. Also two
ive room bouses and lots of good
jize, in tho town of Liberty, anv or
ill of them can bo bought at. roasonlblo
prices and satisfactory terms.
Vpply to J. II. Brown, Liberty, S. 0.
?Tho greatest attraction that
Pickens has ever had in the way of a,
ecture will lake place in the court
louse on Friday evening, May 20th,
it 8 o'clock. The lecturer is Prof.
[3lnin. Lane of Georgia, who is known
md recognized as tho greatest hum>rist
in the United States. Several
?f our citizens havo heard him before,
md wishing to hear him p{j;ain have^
igreed to stand good for tho prico of
lis lecture. If jou have never laughed
jefore, and want to laugh, come,
nen, women and children. Admis
lion, adults 35 cents and children 15
At eight, o'clock las! Wedoesdaj*
ivcning, April 27th, Mr. T. Ross
D" I Jell, of Liberty, and Miss Daisy
Jell Boroughs, of Pratere, wore
uarriod. It was a quiet homo wedling,
made beautiful by its easy i
limplicity. There in tho spacious}
>arlor of the old Boroughs home,
ho Rev, D. W. Hiott solemnly linked
o^ether their loves and lives.
The bride was bewitehingly beautiul
in a lovtly dress of white.
Tho crroOP: unnciircd nt. Inn linst in
ho conventional suit of Muck. Tho
>Hrlor ami dining room were ta*tenily
decorated with green ami white.
After a splendid supper ami a
jlimpse at some of the many attraeiro
bridal pnsonfp, the gut:ntfl drove
iwov, and Mr. O'Dull carried his
nido to their future home?Liberty.
losing Exercises of Pickens Graded
Tim Pickens Graded school will
:l(iKo Thursday, INI?>y 2G.
The exorcises thin year will be
11 ore extended than usual, and every
jfVort is being made to render a ho
ios of entortaininonts that will ho
ntorosting and helpful. The grad
lat.ing class in the largest sinco the
irgauization of tho graded school
four years ago, there being six young
adies in tho class this venr. i
The following is tho class roll with
.he graduating essays of each meinDCl:
Gussio Cureton, "Hope;" Nollio
3ran.lv, "A Glimpse into tho Future
>f the Clas.H ?#f 1004 " Hattio Earlo,
'Tho Pleasures of Litcraturo." Lilio
Gilstrap, "Time." Nora Gilatrap,
'Education." Vesta Avhinoro, "V.,1
On Sunday morning, May 22, Rev.
[). W. Iliott, past >r of tho Baptist
ih.Hch, will preach tho commencei>e111
sermon, and on Wednesday
evening, May 25, tho closing exormbck
will begin with the primary do
partmeut. Thursday morning at 11
>'olock, Prof. John G. ClinUscalos, of
SVofford college will deliver no edu
3a t ion id address,
Thursday afternoon there will be
\ ball {{lime between the Pickcnn and
Rasley Graded Schools teams.
Thursday evening the closing ex
srcisos will bo concluded and the
graduating exercises will take place
bounty Superintendent Richard T.
Hallum will deliver certificates of
proficiency to tho graduating clnss.
The commencement sermon will
bo preached in the Baptist church
Sunday morning, and all tho other
sxorcisos will l?o hold in tho court
Iioiiko. The exercises will ho inter
4persed with stirring music hy tho
Pickons Cornet Hand. Tho young
men of I ho hand have boon practicing
fnithfnily for some time, and will
render dolightful music.
Tho public is cordially invitod to
Attend all tho exorcises.
"I have used Chamberlain's Btomaoh
4ntl Liver Tablets with most satisfactory
lesnlts," says Mrs. F. L. Phelps, Ho?i<
Ion, Tex. For in<li#-ntion. biliotisnnas I
uhJ oonatipition thrwo tablets aro mrmt
xcollont. 8 >I<1 l?y Piokonn Drng Co..
*n<l Earlo'H Drug Btoro, Pickons; mid
[111 dtor k PiokonH, Liberty.
Notico id hereby given that I will
not, in any way, bo rfeepopBihJo for
any d? bta e u.tvaotod fov jfe,
Alice J aco, oho having &
May 0, 100-1-8W. :
' ' . ' ; i 9.
' M .1
.? ii
crosses 01 nonor.
Oue of the greatest pleasures &h<
Daughters of Confederacy have is ii
the bestowal of "Crosses of Honor
on the eld Veterans. The idea i
oue of recent conception, and to Mrs
Mary Ann Cobb Krwin, of Atheue
Ga., is due tho inspired thought, au<
the deRign was by Mrs. S. E. Gab
hslt. of AtlAnfn.
It it* au appropriately designs
iron oroes of St. John and bcara th
Confederate battle flag surroundo<
by a.laurel wreatb, with tbe iuscriji
tion: "Southern Cross of Honor.'
On tbe reverse Bide is tbe Coufedui
ate motto, "Deo Viudioi, 18G1 1865,'
aud "From U. D. O. to U U V."
More than twenty thousand Cou
federate aoldiora now proudly wea
this simple decoration, nod inauy ol?
votornn'ri last wish i? that it may 1?
plaocd on tho stilled heart after th
great battle of life is over and hi
crosses over the river of death to joic
tho innumerable hosts who have fin
ished the fisrht.
On one occasion at a Veterans' rc
union a woaltby woman tried to bu;
one as a souvenir. A battle soarre<
soldier said to her: "Madura, this lit
tlo cross represents tho bloodsbod o
tho Southern array, and u millioi
dollars would not buy ouo."
Theso crosses aro given free t<
evory man who honorably served tin
South during tho war. No veterat
shall, under any oircumstances, re
eeive but one, and if that one is los
ho ?un never get another. They cai
havo their names engraved ou th
pin bar of tho cross, and if any on
is not able to do this tho Daughter
will bear tho expeose of it.
Corresponding Sec'v,
Pickens U. JX C.
Muscles sore, joints paluful-rhoumatlsii
Sore muscles or painful joints, ma
menu an appronching attack of rheumn
tism. Elliott's Emulsified Oil Linimen
rubbed ou the affected purts will roliov
tho jmiu and Roronees, aud prevcu
rheumatism. Elliot's Emulsified O;
Liniment is a satisfactory rubbing lini
ment for all Roreuess, stillness and lamt
noes of joints or muscloR. Pickens Drui
Co,, Pickens; W. A. Sheldon, Liberty
Liberty Dots.
Tn? C3I.?IK..'~ ,.l
UUO. uuuiuy a oijuwb \V?? UiJG (J
the attractions of last week.
Light warm thunder showers th
7tli and 8th, warmed and Boftenei
the crust of the soil.
Cotton is coming up rapidly. Fat
niers aro about done planting. Whea
looks well and is heading.
7 W. G. Mauldin has tho contrac
to build J. M. Hoyle's residence nea
the depot, and has commenced woik
I Tho preliminery work on tho Calu
met Cotton Mill hns been under wa;
for the past fow weeks, and crosi
tics aro wanted.
^Lewis Young lost a bay colt, strayo<
or stolen, thiee months ago, and ofl
ferfl $10.00 for its return to hiiu on<
mile north of Liberty.
Water in many wells failed during
lant winter in this Rccti'iu. Soiui
wt !it down deeper ami jmf. watur
while th"se who waited for the watn
to rino with tho sap this spring art
still without, as it has not roue.
Some fresh blooms on some of tlx
1 1- i 4- *1
[M-utii ituu iippiu ireea in una stcitot
Dr. W. M. Long, Into of Chteechee
in now identified with the citiztms o
Liberty, and is located at the It. M
Wertz place, north of town. We ar<
glad to have him among us. Ther(
is plenty of room hore f->r raauj
moro good citizens.
Tho freight trains continue to rut
ov<.ry Stindaj'. C.
Mot hern I Mot tiers! Mothers!
How many chifdion nre at this ?nasot
feverish and constipated, with L>od atom
ach and headache. Mother Gmy'i
Sweet Powders for Cliidreii will alwnvi
cure. If worms are present they wii
remove them. At all druggists 25 cts
Sample mailed FHEE. Address, Allet
S. Olmsted. Lo Roy. N. Y.
Notice of Election.
On potition of the olectorn anc
votors of Keowee eehool district No
A') nn A|^n?;n.. 1 1 - '
m} mi uiovviuu id uivtuiyu IU IMJ UOK:
at Keoweo church on Saturday, Mav
7, to vote on a specified levy of tw<
mills on nil property within tho dis
trict. Polls to open nt 2 o'clock p
m., and closo nt 5 o'clock. The pres
ent Board of Truatoos to not as man
agora of the eleotion. Tho oleetior
to bo conducted according to rulei
and regulations laid down in schoo
By order of County lioard of Edu
cation. R. T. Halltuu,
Apr. (>w5. Chairman.
Serious Stomach Trouble Cured.
I was troubled with a distress iu m;
stomncb, sour stomach and voinitiui
spell*, and can truthfully say that Obam
berlain's Htomacb and Livor Tablet
on rod me.?Mrs. T. V. Williams, Laingn
burp, Mioli. These tablets are guaran
teed to cure every case of stotnaob iron
bio of this character. For "? ?? by I'ink
our Drug Co., and Karle's t)rug Store
I'iokcus, ntul Hauler k Piokeus, Liibortj
Notice t<> Debtors and Creditor*.
All persons holding claims againa
the estate of J. H. Mauldin ar? requeatei
to present the pam?, properly atumded
for payment, by the 1st day of July
1004. Those indebted to said < ntul
must make payment to
E. E. Mauldin.
May 5, 190i-3w. Administrator.
Makes a Clean Sweep.
There's notl?ing-*Kke doing a thin
?? ?* ? ?
V..VIV*.fv'iT. we nil f?o oumw JTUU UV6
heard of, IJuoklon'H Arnica Salvo in tli
best. It Hweeps away nnd euros buiui
Horcfl, bruisofl, cuts, boil*, u!cor?, ?ki
eruptions nnd |>ileH. I('b only 2rn>, an
gunrnntood to give md inaction, l?y Piok
on? Drug 0 >.
| ..Langston & Nealey.. <
? FraEffax J. c \
(( Handles a full line of i
>S Dry Goods, Groceries <
SS and Produce. * <
S\ Give me a call and <
>S be convinced that we can <
% sell you as cheap as Mr, <
SS Anybody. <
)) Ilrtni me vonr l'r<Mlue?. '
U Wtll par titghMt prle?, a
// C*ih or ltart?r. A ahtr* "
U ofjruur patron*** ollcl- ^
V 1 *' ' ' '
p11111 ? m
J , A Golden Rule 1
of Agriculture:
B Be good to your land and your crop I
I, will be good. Plenty of
; Potash I
1 inthef?rti1l2ersp?1l^quality! ?,>==-?, I
and quantity in the har- .
Test. Write uta and JyUliHil Will
y , Death of Robert H. Cureton.
3 ltobert. II. Careton, elueat ^<on of
r Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Cureton, died at
f tlio home} of Ilia parents ip Greeni
ville Tuesday at 7 o'olook i>. rn.
Several days ftfjfo Mr Cnretou went
D to Greenvilln for unfldimil t.rhutm?nt
b ho being in decliuing health, anil
i while he was known 'to bo very ill,
i- his death came as a shock to his fain
t ily and friends.
i He was a rifltive of Greenville, and
d was woll known as a young man of
e splendid business ability und was of
s feu eh a genial and pleasant disposi
tion that ho was popular with ovory
ono who know bim.
He has been ongnged in tho cotton
oil mil) business for several yours in
t Greenville, afterwards ho was nianay
ger of a mill in Sumter and ho then
> removed to Greenwood and held the
1 same position thero for several voars.
? About a year ago ho organized at d
jl became manager of the mill at Picki
en, and has made his bomb here tiuo .
h His wife, who was Miss Mary
g Blassengamo of Gro<nviIle, with live
' children, survive. Mrs. Cureton.
who is also quito ill at her homo in
Pickens, will bo unable to attend 1ho
'' funeral of her husband. ISesideshis
parents four brothers, Andrew S..
e Abnev O , Lander and Richard Cure3
ton, two sisters, Mrs. Anna Richey
and Miss Lou ice Cureton, ?urvivo.
Ho was a chiu^ei; juo tribe r of St.
t Paul's Methodist churoh. ' He was a
member of Recovery -'Lodge, A. F.
? M., also of tho looal cutop Woodmen
r of tho World.
A Word from Mr. Hendricks.
y Having learned that n great deal
8 has been said about the act ot the
legislature ignoring tho present
: ment of the grand jury, and tnak
B ing the claims of the special commissioner
appointed by the Super?
visor and County Commissioners
9 to lay off road*, legal debts of the
oouuly, I uui bi?i6 no oiiG will say
3 ho when they have read tho act.
I had a bill passed last year re
5 quiring the Comptroller General
1 to re-examino tho treasurer's book#
in place of ordering the treasurer
| to pay out $828.00 as the present
. ment of the'grand jury in 1902 di)
rnnfo/1 on/1 "a\ta 4-/^ *1? ? 1 '?1
ui/inu, ?n\? o? ? c vu kuti mm,
] amount; yet it was contrary to
the presentment. I being present
j at the first settlement when the
shortage was discovered, I felt sure
thero was 110 mistake, as tlio src,
ond examination proved. Vet no
one murmured as 1 head of. Then
* I learn somo complain becauso we
1 raised the salary of tho Supervisor
| and not the commisH.ioners. Well
I know that the Commissioners
can attend to what will bo necosaary
for them to do in one hun'
dred days, and necessarily it will
I require tho Supervisor to putin all
' hia time, so tho pav will be about
> the same for the time spent. I believe
it is acreed bv nil that th<?
Supervisor's is the most important
. office in tho county, and for this
i reason we thought he should he ?h
j woll paid as any othor, and so we
decided to raise tho Balary so us to
. juntify a good m;m to accept it
without it being a sacrifice to him.
Then, too, I learn that some
think that as I helped to raise the
^ salary I should not aspire for the
( place. Well, it was i\pt my oxft
Aft t A f l/\ll fn K A ? >
i thid timo fi>r any oflicO, l>??t quite
a number of my best friends ij?*
Histod Oil me making the race, go I
?. finally give my consent. yllut all
' know there is toothing binding on
any one. My record is before you;
t if any other man ia in the ^ice
|| that you thin^^ni||j^^||t\V!r
, servant than me, it vtilpfiol[S*nie W
0 well aa you to put hiinf in and let
me remaip at my quiet mountain
homo. You all must consider well
that the management of fi countv
? is no ?mall thing, and all things
0 must be cloHely looked after, it
J* makes no dilFerenco fcow small,
(i Unless you keep a n?atf<in that offioe
equal for the tafcfc, then you
, will always meet with difficulties
1 thot will be burdensome to bear,
c . Matthew Hendricks.
c Bewareef Ointments for Catarrh that
/ Contain Mercury,
) as mercury will aurely dostroy tilt bcdbo
\ of uraoll and completely derungo the
C whole system when outering it through
/ the muoouH snrfncoa. Buoh articles
ft should never be usodoxooptan prrscripjC
tions from reputable physicians, the
<r damage they will do is ten fold to the
>j good you'ban possibly derive from them
\ Hall's Catarrh Oure, mnnufanturo-t by
c|F. J. Cheney A Co., Toledo. O., cony
, tains no merourv, and is taken internally
ft [acting directly upon the blood ftrtl muC
oortn Hurfftoes of tlio system. In bitotag
'J Hall's Oatarrh Onre be snre yon got trio
|)1 gonnine. It i? taken internally nn?(
CI made in Tolodo, Oltio, by F. J.. Clieucy
"/ A Oo. Testimonials free.
ill Sold byall Dnntgists, ? ?<>,,
\ I Hall's Family Pills are Uw best. \
> . -W'
iDoua wa
1 is a good thing to ha\
' makes people feel that
50 per cent of their em
pensatory, a big meclic
I pages says that soda w
' "Is a grcHtful drink to TeVtr
ami loMhOiiliiK nun set u ml i;ti
I If you find your sympl
{ are feeling feverish anc
!j sconuicn nas gone \v
all the rest of you, the?
1 SOM s F
I Pickens Bru
I ?^^L>rugs 6: S
;s Nono
C lift North Main St. j
Reccivccl ;
Window Shades,
Iron Beds, Woven
Springs, Stoves. Tinv
Lamps, Lanterns, and a
tides about a I Iome or Far
on us and look through our
cost nothing for you to lo
in showing you 01
you buy
or i
w. t. m
ii . 11 ii f j iciwT^nnwTawaiwif j
^ -^THAT isf 0
??>;> WE want to dispose
to move them (Quickly \
f AT (
All of our line of Crock
Pitchers. : : : :
$1.50 Bowl and Pitcher to <
ate reduction all through these 1
Come early befo re goods a
selection. 1 : : : :
The best of everything and
on the market we have it." Ca
\ I no 1
.>110. 1
Farmers l>oen putting in
good time this pretty weather,
planting corn and cotton seed for
a (iftoen cont cotton crop, and I
expect they will get about half
that much next fall.
Mrs. II. A. Froo\nni is on a visit
to her daughter, Mrs. T. A Julian.
I wondpr if it is fo about our
Commissioner* bein^ -dead? It
must be; I haven't seen any of.
them.in Homo ti
Thy writer of th'.k articlrt has a
big gourd, or ho thought ho had;'
it holds fivo gallons and throo'
pints. Hut what about a 1 I gallon ,
gourd! T think tlio o.vinr c?f it;
had better take it to the Sapphire j
.company. la us? hh a bo.it to rido
pafeaengors in ; it won hi make a
"good one.
Janu'fe IlnghcH niid H'feler, Anna,
visited Mr. and Mrs. IOdward 11ei*^tricks
last Sunday.
Miss Belle Stephens is visiting
relatives in Greenville this week.
J. L. IlfcndriokS.and .1. T.
Hughes have put iiI> a grist mill
near Mt. Tabor church, where they
will' trrind oveiv S.iturdav. (!onm
to mill, boys, if y'm want g<oJ
steam ground meal.
A Sunday school will bo organized
at Peter's Creik cluircli tho
(ireM,Sunday in May. Come out,
'everybody, and lake p irt in the organization,
and bebmU'fiUed by it.
ltuv. J. T. Singleton (iilo.l his
regular appointment at Peter's
Creok church the second Sundav.
preaching an edifying sermon to a
largo oongregution.
Milos Itobinfion, an old nogro of
i fchif flection, had the nmfortune of
getting hiB log hurt this week by a
mnlo falling down with him and
falling on lua log. We hope he will
Boon be all right. JunoSweotnor.
ter Force ((
rc when the weather j)
they have lost about (l
artrv. Tho IT *"> l^ic
al book of over 1900 U
lie pntiontH, 'iillnyiiiK thirst it
istrlo distress." II
to ma in this?if you y)
I thirsty, and it your ((
rong?and "queered" jn
cure is at our ({
OWTiffllM a* )/
cr f,nm nnnv n
? V\
tationery.SH#? //
Thomason, j
-Millinery. I
- (jjrconvillo, S. C. J
i I I I i
mi i
j I
i nice lot
, Bed Lou n o es,
Wire Cots, Hed
/are, Crockery ware,
lot of other useful arm,
and we invite all to call
Rooms when in town. Il
ok and we take pleasure
ir rrnnrlc
Ml 1
s lip; I
r? i in i i iiiininn- iin ???
j-ZJ ju>. _\f. *?
of certain lines of goods, and
vill sell
:ery, Glassware and Bowls and
H) at $1.00, and a proportion- , *
ines. : : : : &
re pickccl over and make your ^
: . : |
everything the best. "It it is s
II early and often at
K. L. Curoton's. |
| UHTGSlt 1
m at the astonish
% by JUNE 30tli<
HI Building by tl
I Great ^
? TO St
| Dry Good
B 4,500 yards Standard fira
u 2,.">00 yards Standard i
2C00 yards Standard Chet
a All to j>;o at 5c pi
ff which is positively loss than
w lor todny. Also a comploftsi
H i> i?- ? *>
w umuiuis, i Kixiiiuu, lYirturfis, n
jg britr, A!mliuH, otc. to go at cut
| Notions
^ Overalls from J59e tip.
Jf A lartfn 1< I of pants at ftpc
m Good .s day half-hour niiik<
& Shoei?.
j| Ihavo tho most complete lii
offered to'the trade in t)>is c
B prices unhoard of.
m Mens $1.25 and $1.50 Hro
M stock only 05c
^ Men's Satin Cnlf, worlh r
5 Ortc. Special cut in evervtliii
^ R^CC
r .
Consisting of all tho latest uovoltiec
Lawns nu I Doiinitien, greatost lot o
for skirtH we liavo ever shown when it
simply boon wulking about, and wo arc
Koot uuu uem< nuo oi oiouiing ever biiov
creaso o?ir clothieg trado each year, u
but first olass clothing. IT PAYS TO
Tho good old summer timo is n
kinds of summer goods.
Straw hats, sorgo ooats and oxfon
of oxfords for meu, women and ohildrt
l-efore they aro picked over.
When you aro iu towu don't fa
Furniture, Buggies aud Wagons, W
Furniture and handle tho best Buggies
Mitchell and you will got tho boat.
Folger and 1
Clothing, Shoes nntl Ooiit'H furu
Solo Agenta for tho Mitchell Wi
ninl Strouso Bios. Higli
The Best Fitting Clothi
1 E. C. M'CC
j (At Duke Old I
^ Four-nnd-one-half miles east of
W north of Eat
1 ....Dealer i
I ..Genera! IVlert
g Handles nothing but tho boat of g
|;i iv;uD,
Jp The trading public will do w
m can ?nvo them money.
^ Mrs. llattie Craig is with me
I will give spccial prices
next sixty days. Having be
partner, Mr. W. P. Pickens, I
to buyers in order to get mone
IS Till
T. TV. Ill
Liberty, S
look at tltis paper and i
! n. i), tayu
The ph<
Will be in town and bring yo
r0CK of seasonable merchan
ini? prices below. These goo(
, as I will move into the liro
icn, and will make tliis
r?ifi^ .w
v a n H. ' ^5<
Is. Har
do Calico. FirHt Class Plow
nch Shooting. Wire nails $2.75
'ks line of hardware, su<
*r virtl Cushions, Storm Api
y and most everythi?g
can be bought
line oi ijawiiB, ^ #
leaching, Cum- GrOCCriCS
t, pricoB.
2,800 pounds St
for $5.00 per hundroi
7i>'biirrel8 of Flo
for or1;' $4. 50 per bf
for I ?5 and the fini
cial low prices. . pound cans of
3 Clocks $1.95 matoeR, 3 cans for 2f
I have 8000 pou
this sale nt some pric
No 1 Timothy h
10 of Shoes over Corn, chopped,
iountry and at Nice clean Foed
Nice White Salt
uxc,llcnt WfillEINI IP TO
ciRular $1.60 for ~STOC
^ HMbW
AKI fciK, l
\ >
aiil i ' Bn
A A A A r\*l
i iu white Hoods ni"'
f waistgoodB n< I* V AO
owuh'h to cloth; ftAnO
i fitill on tho jui.T
iud to ilo this
i>u i xtu'j i5i';?r"""e
nost liere and we\
in. Como and gdTED.(
lil to look through 7oxm
o keep it complet ; i'YI
nnd wagons madefy 'Ay tif
Yours Truly, *. >
rhornley. J|
ishiuor trnodn n RnoninUv
tgoil, ltikttlo Axo \^OCH
i Ait- ( lothiug, ' VNJ|
11 g in The World. II
? j
Stand.) fll
Pickens :in<l four miles M
ill.... ^
ihandise.. i
oods and at reasohablo m
ell to give me a call.
and will wait on you. ]0
on all my goods for the
>ught ihe interest of my /
will offer inducements (
y to pay hitn.(%^ >?
i FOIt
C? d
H / / / / v ////'/ / i?g??: ?8? rS2ft H
see wliat days &
> ?Vl M ?
jtographer .1 1
iur folks and have s< fl
NESDAYe/ai tow . ||
/ v '*y?_'/ ; 0
. no
l aaiHH
disc to go fl
Is must go
wn House %fl
' Sale ! MB
dware I
' Stool, .'Ijf basis. K
por keg, und a comploteH
;h as buggy Polos, Shafts
"on s and Dash Boards Ln|
in the hardwaro lino.
4 Feed Stuffwh? ^Hj
andard Granulated j
d pounds. ^ j no\V|^^|
111, f^uuu tin iimut
irrel, and a hot to
sflt pntont for $5
choice full?woigr*.at^fl
, *ucd
nds of moat to go ,rofl8*
ay for$l .05 per hundrec^M
15o per bushel,
Oats for 65c i?or bushel,
5f>c per hundred poundffl
-i)Vi8 III IM-ljB
r font and liJH
I or yonng^gj
i a ''")g dis<S
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