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Pickens Senti&el-Jour&aL
HaDMDlngs of a Local and Personal Mature.
?N. D. Taylor will bo in Pickens
next Wednesday.
?Mrs. J. Carpenter of Groon
ville, visited tho fatuity of bur father,
M?j. J. J. Lewi-?, last week.
?W. H. Johnson, who is attend
iog a business oolloge iu Atlanta.
visit?d Mrs. W. H. Johnson in Pick
ens this week.
?Wanted?to sell 15 bushels of
Russell's Big Boll cotton seed, GOc
por bushel. Apply to John Fcrgu
n:?i ti
?Mr. C. D. Stradley, n progrosBivo
citizon and a prominent merchant
of Groeuville, iB spending tuday
in Pickens on business.
?Miss Maud Stansell; the cliarining
daughter of .J. Ij. Stansoll of
Obastaiu, visited hor sister, Mrs. IJ
C. Robinson, in Pickens Inst week.
?E. H. ltoper of the Easley side,
was in l'iokens Tuesday on business,
and paid this offico a call, carrying
away a receipt for bis paper up to
May, 1905.
? There is loss work calculated to
bo dono on circus (lav than on any
othor, Yostorday tho Sholbv show
hit Piokouu and tho town nut on it
holiday appoaranco.
W. W. Aikon announces for Supervisor
this woek. Uo is a safe, conservative
business won, and should
ho bo elocted tho county's finances
would bo in eafo hands.
?D. F. Sutherland is announced
this week for Sheriff. Dun in well
known throughout tho county, and
should ho bo elected will discharge
the duties of the office faithfully and
?Henry W. Farr announces for
rooloction to tho oflico of treasurer
this week. Ho is well known and
should bo bo reelected bo will continuo
to discharge tho duties of tbc;
oflico in tbo best possible manner.
?CbarleB Lnno, tbo noted lecturer,
humorist and satirist, will givo (?n0
of bis inimitaMo entertainments to
the people of Pickons, on the night
of May 20th, in tbo court house.
Entertainment will bogin at tbo
usual hour. Popular prices. This
is a treat that should not bo missed.
?P. C. Carteo comes before tbo
Deonla this week jih a cnndi<li?t? fnr
coroner and asks tho people tor thoir
suffrage. He iH a good loyal citizen,
and stands well wherever ho in known
and and Bhould ho bo elected to the !
office ho will servo his constituency
faithfully and well.
?Two oxcellent sermon* were
preachod in tho I'ickon.s church.
Sunday to largo cougrogalious. In
tho morning ltov. Abnoy preached a
good sermon in the Methodist church
aud at night liov. Hiott preached an
excellent sermon to tho young people
at tne liapiisl cliurcD.
?Come to Pickens Friday and
Saturday, May 18th & 14th. I am going
to soli out my dry goodw, sIiowk
?ud hats at aud below coat. I want
tu iutiku i'OOui fui' inV uieiii. market
and groceries. I am going to sell
out on thoso two days.
J. I). Moore.
?Tho election for school bonds
1 / for tho erection of a modern building
for Pickens was held Friday, and re-1
united in a voto ot' 43 for, and 9
against tbo issuing of bonds. I*ioliens
will uoon have tho plans for an
elegant school building and at nn
early day work will begin. It is
something that hns been needed
hero for a long time and is tho procursor
of a lot of othor improvements
that will shortly be begun hero.
?Ono of tho best 25c shows that
ft l'ickons audience ever attended,
was tho Shelby show which was in
town Tuesday, Tho features voro
all good. Tho singing, dancing and
acting, ospooi-illy tho contortion features
by tho two little girls,
was simply fino and elicited much
applmiPo. W. T. Ogden, tho manager,
is a good acrobat, and did somo
good stunts on tho swinging bar.
11. t,?? v. i.~f ?
jiun ucuii uuiu uuiuI U, Having
traveled with tho Toots Bros. show,
and sponks in glowing terms of this
town and tho many improvements
and wonderful progress it 1ms mado
in tho last ton yoars.
?Mr. It. C. Simpson, a most plensant
and affablo gentleman of Glenn
Springs, apont from Saturday till
Monday in Pickons, in tho interest of
this justly colebrated water. Tho
Mossrs. Simpson lmvo leased tho
hotel to Mr. Bryan Lawrence, a wolh
known hotel man, of Augusta, (In.,
who will run it this season. They
havo rotainod the water-right and
r* (tavnlinn nil limn '/> tl.n
shipping of this water. Mr. Simp
son ban established an agency in
Pickens, and you can now always
find a supply of tho plain and ear
Itonated water on tap at the Pickons
Drug Co's. store. Tb'-ro is no better
water on tho market for kidney
and bladder troubles than the justly
celebrated Glenn Springs.
?Capt. W. T. French, of Mount
Hope, Kan., commonly called "Wild
Jim," gave a free (?) exhibition in
Pickons last Wednesday ovoning.
Tho only things froo woro tho 25 cent
fiiecen tho boys freely gave up to him
>eforo ho began his performance, and
the freo use of the descriptive adjeo
lives by the Bold orowd aftor tho entertainmont
(?) was over, It was one
of tho bummest, rottonost fnkeB lhnt
ever went down tho piko. French
did nothing but shoot a few tiinos
with a tiflo, breaking n few brick
and a few walnuts at close range, and
then threw tho lariat Home three or
four times, but iio missed his object
about an often as ho cuught it. Af
tor about 40 minutes of bum work
be announced the show over. Had
? the eitizonn not boon law-abiding
church ineml>or8 ant1 Sunday school
' <v teachers and bcIioIms, Mr. French
^ /uild had to have left town at a
at. a ?
Mfe,. *4?A1[ :,mn 'jo used when h i
-Vto have eavod Lia Bkin.
n?t ^ ?How?d to
t-Q unanfli>eo.tini/
ong with the
<mn poople.
V>-? - ??
1 ' . / . ' V . "
? Mra. It. 10. JohtiBon |uf Grcenvil
o, waited Mif. W. T. Joaues last
we k.
? Dr. A. 33. Ward I aw, donti?t, will
bo at bis oflieo iu Pickens, Muy 17lb
and 18tb.
? William It. Oats of Etisley. is
aii'iounood for Supervisor, llo is
wo'l known throughout tho county,
and should h? bo elected, will serve
tho county well.
? On account of tho joint meeting
~r r? ...?? i nui.
\s %. vimkj i iiui u wi v/v;uiicu uiiu x iui\
ous counties ut CleniBon College
Saturday, tho County Supt. of Kdu
cation will bo absent from his ollice.
?Married on tlio fourth Sunday
in April, Pinkey Dod^ins to Mif-s
Ma'issii Chandler, ut tho rehidonce
of Anion Dodgiua, AIho, William
Dod^ins tu Mi?a Lila 10. E u le, on
tho socond Sabbath in May, llev. 13
Holder officiating.
?Mrs. N P. Taylor i? in the
Pickeua studio today, in place of Mr.
Tuvlor. Mm. .1 It P. fti-iflin <>f
Enaley, cnmo U|> with Mrs. Taylor,
and in visiting Mis? Addie Iliott.
Thene charming ladios paid this of
(ico a visit and learned something of
"tlio art preservative."
? The oM soldiers' reunion will be
hold in Charleston the 17tli, 18th
and 19th inst. The railroads have
inado a vt ry lo.v rale for this occasion,
it being ono cent a niilo for
evory ifcilo traveled, plus 25 cents.
The Pickens railroad will put on sale
50c round trip tiekots for this occasion.
A good crowd from this county
will attend.
? A game of base bull will be
played on llie I'ickens .linmond Friday
afternoon between the "Fats"
and tho "Leans." The game will he
called at 4 o'clock p. m. Tho teams
composing the nines will bo picked
from citizens of tin* town who have
ii??t played any kind of ball for several
years, and tho fun will ho fast and
? Fori Sai.k?Olio New Star Separator,
just been used two years, almost
as good as new, to ho sold at a I
bargain. Also (>'2 acres well inmrnvpfl I
land, good pasture, and in good statu
of cultivation, just outside of the incorporate
limits of Liberty. Also two
live room houses and lots of good
size, in the town of Liberty, any or
all of them can bo bought at reasonable
prices and satisfactory terms.
Apply to .J. 11. Brown, Liberty, S. C.
?The greatest, attraction that
Pickens has ever had in the way of a
lecture will I alio place in the court
T11...M, *\ r nAii
iumimj uu rnuuy u?tT.iu^, i>iny ^"in,
at 8 o'clock. 'J ho lecturer is Prof.
Chas. Lnuo of Georgia, who is known
and recognized as tho greatest humorist
in the United .Stales. Several
of our citizens havo heanl him before,
and w ishing to hear him pgain have,
agreed to stand good for tho prico of
his lecture. If uni have never laughed
before, and want to laugh, come,
men, women and children. Admission,
adults U5 cents and children 15
At. eight o'clock hisJ Wednesday
evcnirg, April '27th, Mr. T. llo.ss
O'lJell, of Liberty, ami Miss Daisy
B< II Boroughs, of Pratore, worn
married. It. was; ft quiet homo wed(lin<j,
made beautiful by its easy i
simplicity. Tlioro in the spacious j
parlor of tho old Boroughs home,
tho Rev, J). W. lliott solemnly linked
together their loves and lives.
The bride was bowitchingly beautiful
in a lovely dress of white.
Tho ^room appeared at his bust in
the conventional suit of Mack. The
pat lor and dinir.;; room were tastefully
decorated with ^roen and white.
After a splendid supper and a
ylinspno at S'.'iiio vf !h? many attractive
bridal presents, the quests drove
awav. and Mr. O'DlII carriml bin
bride to their future home?Liberty.
Closing Cxerciscs of Pickcns Graded t
Tho Pickens Graded school will
close Thursday, Mny 2(5.
Tho exorcises thin year will be
more extended than usual, and every
elVort is being made to render a we
ries of entertainments that, will be
interesting and helpful. Tho grad
uating elasH ia tho largest since the
organization of tho graded school
four years ago, there being six young
Indies in the class this year.
The following is the cbu.s roll with
the graduating essays of each incinbei:
Gussio Cureton, "Hope;" Nellie
Grun.lv, "A Gliinpan into tho Future
of tho Class ?if 15)04 " Huttio ICnrlo,
"Tlio I'lcnsuroR of literature ' LilIi?>
(Jilnii'iii?, '"Timo." Norn OiUtrap,
"Education." Vunta A-ditnoro, "V..I
On Sunday morning, May '22, llov.
I). \V. Iliott, past>r of tho Baptist
ch.irch, will proach liio c.mtrat ticomoilt
sermon, i?rnt on Wedm sday
evening, May 25, tiio closing exercises
will l)C{,'in witli tho priimry ito
partiueut. Thursday morning at 1 1
o'clock, Prof. John (i. ('linkficalofl, of
Woft'>rd college will deliver au edu
cational addrcRH.
Thursday afUrnoon Ihoro will be
a ball ((nine Uetwoen tlio 1'ickcin and
Eftfilfiy Graded Schools toams.
Thursday evening the closing ex
ercisoH v.ill l>o concluded and the
graduating exercises will lake place
County duperintendeut Richard T.
Kalinin will deliver certificates of
proficiency to tho graduating class.
The commencement norinon will
ho preached in tho Baptist church
Sunday morning, and all Iho other
exeiciHos will ho hold in tho court
house. The exercises will ho inter
spersed with stirring music l>y the
Pickens Cornet Hand. Tho young
men of Iho hand have been practicing
faithfully for some time, and will
render dolightfut music.
Tho public is cordially invited to
attend all tho exorcisos.
"1 linvo UMetl ('liamheilniu's Stomach
and Ijivor Tablets with most satisfactory
icwultH," siiy.H Mrs. F. L. Phelps, IIomston,
Tex. For in<ltV stion. bilinnsnpwi
imd oonstip ition llioso tablets nro most
xoollont. S ?U1 by Pickens Drug Co..
and Earlo'H !>rug H'oro, Pickous; nud
Iluntor <fe PiokenH, Liborty.
Notico is hereby ^i7on that I will
not, in any way, bo renponfl?Mo for
ftny <lt bta O'litrnctod -"iff,
Alicol nco, Rhe having I'
May 9, 190 i-8w.
Crosses of Honor.
Oue of tho grentcBt pleasures the
Daughters of Confederacy liavo is iu
the bastowal of "Crosses of Houor"
on the old Voteruns. Tlio idea iB
ono of recent conception, and to Mrs.
Mary Ann Cobb Krwin, of Athens,
Ga., is duo tho inspired thought, and
tho design was by Mrs. 3. E. Gab
bett, of Atlanta.
It is tin appropriately designed
iron cross of St. John and bears tin
<1 l-.l
v>v/uiuv4vi.uvu MUIVIU UM^ bUIlUUIMimi
l>y a. laurel wreath, with tbo inscrip
tion: "Southern Cross of Honor.'
On tho revorso sido is the Coufeder
ato motto, "Deo Viudici, 1801 1805,"
and "From (J. L>. C. to U U V."
Moio than twenty thousand Confederate
soldiers now proudly wear
this simple decoration, and many old
voteran'n last wish iH that it may be,
placed on tho stilled heart after the
great battlo of life is over and ho
crosses over tho river of death to join
tho innumerable hosts who have finished
the fight.
On one occasion at a Veterans' ro
union a wealthy woman tried to buy
ono as a souvonir. A battle scarred
ur\l um<1 (/* Iw.v. 1:1
IJV1V* IVJ1 OUIVI VW UCIi 1I1(UI'III)| til Irt 111/*
tlo cross represents the bloodshed of
tho Southern army, and a million
dollars would not buy one."
Theso crosses are ?iven free to
overy man who honorably served the
South during tho war. No veteran
shall, under any circumstances, receive
but one, aud if that one is lost
ho can never get another. They can
have their names engraved on the
piu bar of tho cross, and if any one
is not able to do this tho Daughters
will bear tho expense of it.
Corresponding Sec'v,
Pickens U. I). C.
Muscles son1, joints painful-rheumatism
Sore iuuhcIcs or painful joints, may
menu an approucliiug attack of rhouma
tisin. Elliott's Emulsified Oil Liniment
rubbed 011 tho n fleeted parts will rcliovo
tho pain and soreness, and prevent
rheumatism. Elliot's Emulsified Oil
Liniment is a satisfactory rubbing lint
ment for all soreness, stifiness and lamoness
of joints or muscles. I'iekens Drug
Co., Pickens; W. A. Sheldon, Liberty.
Liberty Dots.
Jos. .Shelby's fchows was otio of
tho attractions of last week.
Light warm thunder showers the
7th unci 8lh, warmed aud softened
the crust of the soil.
Cotton is coming up rapidly. Farmers
are about done planting. Wheat
looks woll and is heading.
W. O. Mauldin lias tho contract
to build J. M. Hoyle's rebidence near
the depot, and linn commenced woik.
The preliminary work on tho Caluinet
Cotton Mill has been under w:;y
for tho past fuw weeks, and cross
ties aro wanted.
Lewis Young lost a bay colt, strayed
or stolen, three months ago, and off
foi'B $10.00 for its return to him one
milo north of Liberty.
Water in many wells failed during
lact winter in th's Recti >n. Some
wt nt down deeper and got water,
while th"su who waited for the water
to lino with tho sap this spring are
still without, /ih it '>?? ?">'
Homo fresh I>1?/c>ihh 011 some of tho
peach ami applo trees in thiu section
Dr. W. M. T.-org, latu of Catec'ehee,
in now idoutifiod with the citizens <>l
Liberty, ami is located at tho It. M.
Wertz place, north of town. Wo ar<>
glad to have him among us. There
in plenty of room hero f<>r many
inoro good citizen?.
Tho freight trains continue to run
i!vi rv Milnilnv
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Mothcrnl Mollicr* ! Mother* I
IIow many children nro nt this season
feverish aud eoustipatod, with i>n< 1 stout
aoh and headache. Mother (Sr.iy's
Sweet Powders for Cliidren will always
euro. If worms are preseut they will
remove them. At all druggist# 25 ctn.
Sample mailed FREE. Address, Alleu
8. Olmstod, Lo Roy, N. Y.
Noticc of Election.
On petition of tho electors nod
votorfl of Keowee school district No.
4'2, an oloction is ordoiod to bo held
at Keoweo church on .Saturday. Mav
7, to vote on a specified levy of two
mills on all property within tlio dis
trict. Polls to opon at 2 o'clock p.
id., and close ?t 5 o'clock. The present
Hoard of Trustees to not as managers
of iho election. The election
to bo conducted according to rules
and regulations laid down in school
By order of County Board of Education.
ft. T. Hallum,
Apr. uwo. Chairman.
Serious Stomach Trouble Cured.
I wftH troubled with ft distroHH io my
Htomncl), Hour stomach ami vomiting
upelN, and cim truthfully Bay that Chamhcrluin'H
Stomach ami Livor Tablets
cured mo.?Mr?. T. V. Williamn, Lainga
hurt', Mich. These tablets are guaranteed
to euro every case of ntomaoh trouble
of thin character. For sale by Pickens
Drug Co., ami Karh's Drug Store,
I'ickenn, and Hunter A Pickous, Liberty.
Notice to Debtor* and Creditors.
AM personh holding claims against
the CHtato of J. K. Mauldin are requested
to preK-'iit tho samp, properly attended,
for payment, by the 1st diiy of July,
1904. Those indebted to said estate
must make payment to
E. E. Mauldin.
May 5, lDOl-Uw. Administrator.
Makes a Clean Sweep.
There's notliinff-*4ike doing a thing
thoroughly. Of all the hiiIvoh you evor
hoard of, Buoklon's Arnica Halvo is tho
best. It sweeps away and cnvos butns,
?..i? i?ii _
nuiii, iMilimm, mw, UlCttrH, hkii1
eruption** ami piles. Ii'h ouly '25(5, ami
guaranteed t.) give flatiflfaolion, !>y Piok*
onn Drug (J
| ..Langston & Nealey.. <<
\\ (wkst knd-moohk stand.) //
| pickens, j. c |
SS Handles a full line of
SS I )ry Goods, Groceries ?c
IGive me a call and cc
be convinced that we can /r
sell |ou as cheap as Mr. ?
llrlng m? your l'roiluc?. \\
Will pay klfhtit price, JJ
Omh or ll*rt?r. A ih*r? \\
of your pMtronafr* aollol- JJ
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A fl < WW
j\ uoiaen KUie
of Agriculture:
Be rood to your land and your crop
will be good. Plenty of
in thefartlliaer apellsquality | <5W=?J^
sud auatititv in ?h<> har. . 1 iwfl? r
est. Write us and <Av,V\\V?wA\V
we will tend you,
free, by next mail, r??&1>ri\lLvi&K
our^mouoy winning
Ntw York?93 Nassau &. ^
AUwrta? fla.?So.
Death of Robert H. Cureton.
ltobert II. Cureton, eldest toil of
Mr. runl Mrs. A. II. Cureton, died at
the homo of his parents i? Greenville
Tuesday at 7 o'clock p. in.
Several days af{0 Mr Curelm went
to Greenville for medical treatment,
ho being in declining health, and
while ho was known 'to bo very ill,
his death camo as a shook to hi* fain
ily and frionds.
llo was a niUJvo of Greenville, and
was well known as a young man of
splendid business ability ui.d was of
fcuch a genial and pleasant disposi
tion that he was nonnliir with nvrrv
ono who knew him.
Ho has been ongnged in I ho cot tun
oil mill l)U8mo8? for several years in
Groeuville, afterwards ho whs manager
of a mill in Sumter an I In; then
removed to Greenwood and held the
Hamo position there for several years.
A.bout a year ago ho crgani/.od aid
became manager of the mill a* l'ieken,
tiud has made bis home hero s iuc .
His wife, who was Miss Mary
Blassengame of Gre< nville, with li\o
cuuuren, survive. Mrs. Curolon,
who is also quito ill at hor homo in
Pickens, w; 11 bo unablo to attend I he
funeral of her husband. Beside shin
parents four brothers, Andrew S.
Abner O , Lander and Richard Cureton,
two sisters, Mrs. Anna Ridley
ami Miss Lou ice Cure ton, survive.
llo was a charter juom'ber of St.
Paul's Methodist church. ' He was a
member of Recovery Lod^o, A. 1<\
M., also of the local caftip Woohuen
of ihe World.
A Word from Mr. Hendricks.
?i.-? ~ i i?.i
ikm ivai in;u uiiil it (hiili
has boon eaid about the act ol' tinlogislaturo
ignoring tho presentment
of the grand jury, and mak
ir.g tlio claims of the special commissioner
appointed by the Supervisor
and County Commissioners
to lay oil' roadn, legal debts uf the
county, I am sine no one will say
so when they have read the net
1 had a bill pass-ed last your requiring
tho Comptroller (Jem?rall
to re-examine tho treasurer's book*
in place of orduring 11?? trnnsurer
to p?y out $828.00 us the preH ?nt
merit of the'grnnd jury in I'.'Ol' directed,
and nave to the peoplo that
amount; yet it was contrary to
the presentment. I being present
at the first settlement. whon the
shortage was discovere 1, I felt sure
there was no mistake, as tlio s< ? ond
exam mat ion proved. Vet i <>
one murmured as I head of. Then
I learn some complain because we
raised the salary of tho Supervisor
and not tho commissioners. Wc*1.1
[ know that the Commissioners
can attend to what will be necessary
for them to do in one hnn- !
died duvs. and necessarilv it will I
- ' i
r.'quire tho Supervisor to put in all
liis time, bo the pav will be about
the Bauic for the timo spent. I <>hlieve
it is agreed by all that tho
Supervisor's is the most important
ollicH in the county, an I >r this
reason we thought he should be ?s
well paid as any other, and ho we
decided to raise the salary so as to'
justify a good man to aoeept it
without it being a sacrifice to him.
Then, too, I learn that some
think that an I hoi pod to raitie tlie
salary I should not r.spir?j for tlx*
place. Well, it wag not inv <*x|
poet at ion to bo in the campaign
this lirno for any oflicO, but quite
a number of my best friends insisted
on mo making the race, so 1
final 1 y givo my consent. ^J5ut all
Know mero 18 nothing hnnjuitf ??n
any one. My rocnrd in hefoife ymi;
it' any othor man is in the .nneo
that yon tJnnH.Williirfi^^JbiVtt'r
Hervniit than mo, it wit>Ip""tr?ovns
well as you to put hint in and let
me remain at my quiet mountain
homo. You all must consider well
that tho 'management of a county
is no Htnall tiling, and nil things
ci/ ? - ?r>
must bo cloHoly looked after, il
tnakett no diiferenco bow nmall.
I'nless you keep n man in that office
equal fur tho ta?k> then y? u
will always meet with riifilcultinfl
that will be burdensome to bear.
Matthew Ilondricka.
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh thai
Contain Mercury,
j ns mercury will surely destroy the bodho
I of smell and completely derange the
wholo system when entering it tbr >ngh
tlio mucous suifucos, Ruoh articles
should novor be used oioopt on prosoriplions
from repntabV physicians, ns the
dumago they will do is ton fold to tlio
good you loan possibly derivo from thorn
I Hall's Catarrh Ouro, manufacture^ by
IF. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., contains
no mercury, and is taken int< rnally
j acting dirootly upon the blood and inuoona
surfaooA of tlio system. In btiwjg
Hall's Catarrh Curo bo snro you getmo
ry/knn Inn ! ia ~ 1
5vut?iuv, IV io H'lxui IIIIA.I min y Hit. |
! made in Toledo, Oiiio, by F. J. Clicnoy
& Oo. ToH'imonialH froo.
Sold by all DrugKints, 7ftc.
I llall'H .Family lMlle aro tho bost. \
(f Soda Water 1
Yl is a <^ood tiling to have when
lj makes people ieel that they hav
\l per eent 01 meir cncr ;y. 1
1 pensatory, a bil; medical book <
Yi pages says that soda water
II "Is i Kii-.iIf 111 <1 rinl; t"i fi ' iilr |.iitii'iitv .
I# ami li"-i-Pliin;; nalisi i' i. i .iuM <Ii irrs*
\l II you find your symptoms in
IV arc feeling feverish and thirst)-,
)) stomach has <fonc wrong?ai
ft all the rest of you, the cure is al
)) 50bri t FClffi'T
JJ Pickens Drup; Cor
\\ ?Drugs & Statione
Vliss N'ono Thor
sli iona hl<^
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orili 3isii{i SI. - -
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1 I a v e J : st
Received a nice lo
Window Shades, !>ed L<
Iron IVds, Woven W ire C
Springs, Stoves, Tinware, Cm
Lamps, Lanterns, and a lot ol ot
tides about a I lome or Farm, and \\
on us aiul look through our Rooms
cost nothing lor you to look and \v
ill shflwilKi' \W?II our I./I.le
you buy anylhinj,
or not.
\V. T. Jf*! ALL.
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I k I i s I !
3 ! ! !
I ( 1 I 4 H I
anawntM?riiruT7rr jr. -zs n;
11 tetkl: fcsillu
' ^?.THAT ls\lOT A F
\YK want to dispose ol certai
to move them quickly will sell
Jfy.jr3*' All <>! nur line ol Crockery, Gla:
Pitchers. : : : : :
>2 , li.N.. 1 ) 1> 1- -
i.i *w\\ i ituu i . u ir r 10 ill >1.1
ate reduction all through th< se lines.
Come earl)' belo re j^oods are pickei
selection. ' : : : : :
l he best <>1 everything anil everythii
on the market we have it.' Call early a
Ml'.S. K. L.
farmcra li.flP* l??><*n i<; in Vj
t^oo'l time this i>rdty wo.it her, j y>
t)!ni,ln.(' cord tin 1 col on m . <1 I r i & l*
i k* ' 5
;i lit toon eont < >;( in crop, sunl I U\ \'~4
' 1 v. 1
! ((XDCCt t 11N' will _ C' iihou* il i I fc-i
that milch iii'.xt fall.
Mrs. II. A. Irooiiwii. is cut a visit /' '
to her (laughter, Mrs. T. A .Iu.i 11 .
I woudrr if it is fo nl> ul our
|CoinmiM>i ti. m -(!oa?i? !t ^
I must In*; I hi'.v.-a'i stvn anv ? ! t..
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| tllOllI III Soill'l ! Ill) '. ^
Thj writer < ! Ih.s artio'f Iimh a ^ 4^
I>i<T ^ourd, < r h '.!,<Mi(.,hl h<; hid;
it luihls I'u'.t f/*: i i! i s :: 11. i I > i-<... ?c?
| ' * SJ
, pint-. i>in what an 111 ,i 1 ! :;a!h n ?
I gourd ! I i i i i > k t.i (< \ n r fit ^ *
had ln'tlcr lik" i! |.? t !.< Sn | {>! i in*
| company to ii3 < as a I > v? .<? r.d?< ^7
j pat-Hungers in; i!. would m :i U?r i YX
^ood on i?. ^
.laint't llughrs lid s's-lor, Anna, Si
f visited Mi . .tii i Mrs ivlw.u l 11?ii-1 W
pricks lrt(-t Sunday. j Va " J|
I Miss l.cll.. Sti phcSiH is vi-itiig jjj,
relatives in Cj roonvilln tins wim-L* 1 h i.i
J. L. llon'lrickS and .1 I". ?? _
Huglios Irnvo put up a gr i -d mill j ?
j nunr Ml. Talior (ili-ncli, \\ It ictlnyj 3
i will' grind ov*:iy S.ilunlny, Coino ,
! (o mill, l oyo, if yu wan' <s, ?> I J?
8(00111 ground meal. ^ (
A Sunday hi liooi will I .< r^j?n- B
i/i'd at L'utei'a C'r< k rlinivli ill" E
lirstl Sunday hi May. Conn' out,
| everybody, mid takep it initio in ^
' gani/.ali<>n, and 1>h lx-ii< fi;tt??l l>y it. S oil
Uov. ,1. T. Si 11 I ft' >i) li Ic i hi h If pri
regular appointment at IVterV j?
Cr^ok church the second Kuiiduv, K Rt(
preaching an edifying sfi'iinni t<> a ll
i ? ?>s
largo congregation. vs
Miles Iv ibinson, an old negro of ff
thia section, h>id the nmfortunn ? I' ^
getting hifl leg hurt this \v? ek l>y a ]y
imOo falling down with him and ' h
fulling on his lo^. We hope lit will ^
soon bo all right. JunoSwootner.
t 4'
j jP ? 1
// II ftir-iarf^n
1-^L S I IMtW br
the weather )J
re lost about i( ?-?? _ __
he u. s. i>is. V EVERY S
)i over 11)Qo If
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llluyiiiK /( I IMiI SS GOODS
,1 . :r A Consisting of all tho lat*
' ' ) /' Lawns nn 1 Doimities, get
and ll your U for skirts Wfi have ever sho
id "(ictl" 3" simply been walking abonl
' fa &e.st ituil best lino of clothi
- Olir (? crcoso our clothing trade
. ........ V but first clans clothing. 1'J
1 /? Tho go</d old sunitm
^ ( ' kinds of ku in nier goods.
-Tim?i in r- rtirilW liatrt, horfjo coil
i 'j of oxfords for meu, women
in nan v, u 1 ofor<* they are pieked ovo
*-y ' V\ When you are in t<?
r , Furniture, liuggieH ami 1
y ' " Jf Furniture nnd handle tlio I
I\ Mitchell and you will get t
/) ~
Folger ?
Clothing, HIiooh and
g' Sole Ageutn for tho
| V | v/ \ |1 and Stronso
* c ' g The Host Fitting
^ r
Ten villi', S. C. A ' B fl ]\
w^w^w*^ 4 J # #
. a (At I
w Four-mid-one-luilf mil
i ,,c
H i
I ,.Genera!
B Handles nothing but th<
,lin.^( S(? Ja The trading public
(^s' i'i ll can 8ave thorn money.
)ckerywar<\ I >lL Mrs. Hiittio Craig i
;e invite all to call r Ttiui
when in town. It
c take pleasure.
whether [
r v it J a
I will give sped
j I |
next sixty days. 11
! I ; partner, Mr. \Y. P. 1
"j -- to buyers in order to
11' YOl' A If II I.
" ' II Kill:
i H ifn i
AR.Jj ! rj^. .1^ .
n liiu-s ot j^oocls, and
. ^
r ? :-rm / ///// /'?;/ / // ^ /
' ? j J BEFORE YOl
sswarc and Howls and | ^ ,ook at t,lis
uo, and a proportion- n N. D- r
1 over and make your . -^"""Th
ii- the best. -If it is $ ^Vl11 ,)C in tmvn a,ul
n'd oltcn at s, perfect LIFE L1KH V
Cll rot Oil's. | KVKHV
c> / /. . / s / f / / / / f f SS,S / / . / /
? ,n;?<rB9Sh. ?. -' mi ?
M;* S:\TIin: STOCK of seasonable n
:sl (lie uslon isbnis; prices below. Til
by -U NI] ;UMli, as I will move into t
Sluildiiiir 1?3 Ilion, and will make 11
jreot << Sacrific
Dry Goods.
1 ,.*>fhi yards Standard tirade Calico. FirHt
j.mi yarns Standard inch Shooting. Wire
'J < i vaids Standard Cluckn line of liai
All to ICO at Sc per yard
?'b i- jM?itivt>|y lc-s (linn can ho bought
today Aisn a complete 1 ii(if Lawns, ~
milir-, I'.-i. a,i\, Mndia j, Bleaching, Cam- ClTOC
c, .Mu>lii,s, ?>|(*. (<? go at cut prices.
" for $5^0]
Notions , 7f'?
for only $
)v.'rails In in 5K)o tip. lor >f\ 75 c
\ larjjf'' I i f j>anls at Special low prices, pou
1! mI .s <!ay hall-hour s> rikn (Mocks $1. matooH, 3
I hav
"" thin sale n
Shoe:}. p0J?1
I U ! I t?i . I li/t ntAul / . J/.' .i 1 i >\ a aT t! 1 11
..???* ? 11\ 111?1 > ' ii11?. v ? 11111- * 11 uuuun uyiri *y ?
on ?l to tlio Ira<lo in ihi* country and at Nice*
ico8 unheard of Nice
Monfl $1 'J") ami ^ f?0 Hrognne, oxcdlcnt jj'j][l7(f^jj
Mmi's Snlin Calf, \>\ rib regular $ 1.50 for
i5. Special cut in o/o.>tiling!
< >F
wt uovollii'H ill wliito gfl
MltQ8fc lut of wnist gnodB :i4dfln
, ami \vc ftio Htill oil tlio jn^HI
ug ove r bliowu in PickouR.
ounli ami t<> do this
r time in most hero and \vi>B
tH and oxfoi'dn. Wo liave a
' nnd obildron. Come and
wn don't fail to look thronpri
kViigons, Wo keep a < >n> j?
>est liuRgioH nnd Whroiik ina<
ho bast. Yours Truly, -
VJI-II I n llinlllU|{ 11 1
]5ii>8. Hi^li Ait lotlmip,
; Clothing in Tho \\
)uke Old Stand.)
en east of IMckens ami four miles
>rth of Easley. M
Dealer in.... MHB
3 boat of goods aud at reasonable MA
prices. N|ij
will do well to give me a calir**"^^!
is with me aud will wait 011 you.
al prices on al1 my goods for the I
aving bought ihe interest of my I
Mckens, I will offer inducements ^
get money to pay him.
ooki.m; fok iialufe^h
: is t :: k pl ac k -?.?v
>erty, S. C. .<
/ S-S./. / yt / / y y y f ///;// / Jf j '/ /[ // / , vijH
imiMT ami sec what days @9H
bring1 your folks and 11
wi:dm:ki> a y .
, "Sf ?. i y?
-S'S. / yt.J/ / s / / / '/ '/ *s / '/ / . Ss / / /(j, \
ral Sa
ioso goods must i><>
iiit iti'/ticM ii BHIH1
Il\ III \/ T! II IIWtarM
e Sale ! , JH
tini m / .1 |ii>r kuiki a loinpnue oaM||
rdware, such hh bu^gy Poles, {Shafts
Storm Aprons and Dash Hoards f? g|
everything in the nardwarc lino.
pounds Standard Granulated hfrgjjagag
>cr hiimlii'il doiiiwIh kShHB^B
rrels of Flour, tfood hh homtjjgga
1.50 per barrel, and n hottefl
tiio ^ >r'fr>
n(l cniiH of choice liilbwni^^HSHH
cans for 25c
e 8000 pounds of meat to
t Homo price.
Timothy hay for$l ,05por hundreaH
choppod, Too per bushel, M
jloan Feed Oatu for G5e per bushel. '
White Salt 55c j>er hundred pounds.
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