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Picks SsiM-kml.
HapwilBis ol i Local and Personal Nature.
? Keep your cyo on the candidntos
column. .
?An examination for toaohera will
be held here Friday.
v k ?The candidates' grip is all the
> fashion these days.
?A frost was reported along Crow
Creek ou the 12 ias}; nothing killed.
?Miss Frances 1 Iftgood loft Salur
day to spend a \vl\ilo in Charleston.
?The wise gardener should keop
planting for a succession of vegetables.
?The school boys?and girls too
?are counting iho days until vacation
? Walking on nil fours for twenty
minutes overy day will proveut nppendioitia.
?A. good crowd from this place
went to Liberty Tuesday night to the
?Airs. It. Oliver, of liirmingI
4 1 . 1 . 1 11. __
jjftuiy /tin., in ouu visit 10 uor inouiDi
Mrs. N. E. Tbdrnlej\\^
?It is seldom that a group of
voters is seeu on the streets uiiIcsb
the candidate is on hand.
-?Several communications from
our correspondents reached us too
lato for publication this wuok.
?Time flies. Put your announcewent
in our column of candidates
right away.
?Fifty seven car loads of strawberries
have been shipped from llor
rv county this season of the value of
?Tho Ravenel l?rifl?*o has l>n it
accepted by tbo commissioners and
was opened to |the public last Tuesday.
?Married on tbo 4tli inst., by 0.
A. Ellip, N. P., at liis residence, Miss
Eva Howard and Barto Patterson, of
Townville, S. C.
? One who knows says if you wish
to get iuto society you must play
cards continuously and c ultivato a
?There is littio excuse for any one
v loafing around idle theBe days. The
demand for all kinds of lalwrers is
great and wages are good, too.
?Fob Half. ?One new buggy, one
now set* doable dutch collar boggy
liarneBS and pole. Apply to Christie
Robinocn at Pinkens Oil Mill. 2t
?L. N. Geer is going riyht ahead
with his oil mill at Anderson. We
would like to svo him become inferos
ted in u knitting mill project here.
?Considerable interest is springing
up in tho rnce for Coroner. A
number of good men are out fur the
office which is really one of great iinjrortauce.
?Married, Syuday, May 15, 1904,
at Peter's Creek church, Mr. Oscar
Durham to Miss Magjjio (JiMrap, all
of Pickens county, Rev. W, C. Seaborn
?A girl M.ho has been married a
WAck nnt.H nn if shn thinks hcrm-lf a I
K rent object of envy to her girl friends; |
at the end of o year alio actH us if uhe I
( uuvied those friends.
?Communications advocating candidates
for any offico can not be published
except na paid for advertisements.
-'Equal rights to all and
special privileges to none."
?Don't miss hearing Prof. Chas.
T.? ?t tl.u n.ini-1 lirinun
lU'tul what Ihoso who hnvo hoard
him lecturo think of him. Tickota
now on Bale at tho Pickens Drug Co.
?L. P. Smith i8 arranging to run
hin annual excuraiona to Atlanta and
Charleston within the mat thirty i
days, and will no doubt, as usual,
carry a largo crowd to both places.
?Hov. D. W. Iliott, of Pickens, is
in attendance upon tho Southern
Baptist Convention at Nashvillo,
Tenn. It ia needless to an\ that he
will bavo an enjoyable trip and n nico
?The Pickenfl Graded school
closing exercisos tokos place in the
court house the 26th and 27th. A
small admission fee will bo cl.firmed
all .except patrons, this sum to go into
a fund to buy a school library.
?Tbo man that Prof. Lane don't
make laugh may as well buy a cemetary
lot Ho is a dead:shot on blues
nod torpid liver. Hear him and you
ill get a new lease on life.?Atlanta
-There will bo a Sunday school
Missionary rally at Mile Creek
fch next Sunday. i'rominent
\ers will deliver addresses and
exercises. Everylxuly invited
to attend, and como prepared to have
dinner on the ground.
?Mre. Amanda E. Kennemore,
'ict of the Into Michael S. ICennero,
(lied at hqr homo iu PicUenB,
Monday, aged about sevonty
-a. Her remains were laid to rest
Sccona, of which church fiho had
u a consistent memter for many
jeurH, the day following her death.
? L. 1\ $tnith will run an excuron
to Atlanta next Wednesday, the
" inat. The faro from Eaeley ia
from Liberty $2.10, (Antral
Norria }$2.05. Amenta are at
p pointa. Thirty houra are
l in Atlanta4 and a good
ould go. Separate cars for
..ioua aeotiona of tho comity
^ )D visited hy good showera
'* week. Thoy were much
.1 came in good time. Ac?
tbe report of the crovem
.hli - >rean, this sootion is
j ino?^6u of the avorage raintbe
l?t of January.
Ivo space to a report of the
^'lonvention held at Zion
$'> the fourth Hunday in
This article ia good and ha?
->* reason it has Jiot appear
main reason ia ho
nested condition of
*4 not k?ep.
\*?U not
Jar tee,
?Ab we go to press a hotly con<
tofltod gamo of' baseball is being
played on the Pickens diamond bo
twoou the Central and Piokons teams.
?Don't forget the oxcuruion tcj
Atlanta on May 25tb. lCvorybodv
I who can should go and see the com
int* city of the South. Policemen
will bo on the train to keep order.
A couple not wishing to Blight any
of the iwmediato male relatives when
thoir boy was burn, just bunched the
names and called him John Samuel
Thomas Hiram Edward Jamos Ephriam
Horace Gooige Abraham Har
ris. And tho boys called him Abe.
- W. E.\D?ndy, R T. Hallum,
Jno. E. Hoodv Arlliur Christopher,
Mrs. E. E. Hii<;)ioh and Mit?s Murie
Folger, and other, teachers of thin
comity, attended the joint raoctinpr of
lliu teachers of 0 :ouee and Pickens
counties at Clemson last Saturday.
They were tho guests of the faculty.
Tho piofesaors ontertained them in
fino style, and gavo all teachers a
t 'I ' > ?
iiuu uckoi 10 mo oaii game ooiween
tho Georgia Tcch a.id Clemson
?The Pickens Daughters of Confederacy
will entertain the voternnn at
(he court houte ou Juno 3d, JifYorRon
Davis' birthday. All those who
were givon badges last year aro requostod
to wear them, and any others
who cotno will bo provided with tho
same. There will bo speeches by
distinguished men, music by tho Pickens
Cornet Band, crosses for thoso
...I... I. IS..-1 t - II V
"uu uiivu u[)|miihi ior men), a uinnor
for tho veterans aud a general good
tiino for nil. Cor. Sec.,
Pickens U. D. C.
--A patient called at tho ofljco of a
prominent physician, stated his ills,
and tho doctor made out a presription
and handed it to him, Tho pationt
then inquired the probable cost
of getting it filled, and was told about
sixty cents. The patient then nskod
tho doctor for tho loan of that amount,
and tho doctor, scratching hi* head,
drew a lino through several parts of
tho prescription, and then handed it
II.. I!._1 ?.VT - ?
iu tuu |juiit!inf miyinp: "now you etui
get it tilled for about ten cents.
Those I scratched out were for your
nerves: but I seo you don't need any
thing for them."
?It strikes us that 'vhilo tl>o days
are still cool and delightful, that
sorno enterprising citizon should be>
gin to look around ami arrange to
havtt a nice celebmtion bore the 4tb
of Jul}'. Ever)body would be willing
to help in any way they can to
contribute to a day of fun, frolic and
innocent enjoyment; and while this
was being tallied up on agitation
might be Btarted looking to u county
fair to bo held here this fall. Thin
would be a groat help and incentive,
especially to the agricultural intercuts
of the county. Nothing succeeds
like success, and both of these schemes
should bo mado successful.
?I hate heard Bill Nye, Sunset
Cox, and many other great humorists,
but Chas. Lane is, unequivocally the
flinnii'Kt. 111(111 T nuul' Imnr.l ollr Otl.
ers may amuse, but (Jhas. Lauo convulses
You laugh until you hurt
I lmvo heard him Ihreo timed ami I
haven't had holf enough of him yet.
He is on our course hero this winter,
ami I anticipate moro pleasure from
his lecturo than from any oilier we
aro to lmvo. You may just Rav to
your friends there that they can't afford
to miss him. While ho keeps
his audionco in a constant tit of
langlitor, he also hurls great nuggets
of truth and wisdom at them
that will nlay with them aftor the
laugb iu oter. Ho is not simply n
"funny man." He is n great Hcholar,
a true philosopher, and un elegant
Christian geuth-niau.
liooth Lowery,
iVeht. School of Oratory,
Jackson, Tonn.
M. C- Winchester DeadItev.
M. O. Winch* stcr died at lm
homo nenr Shady (irovo church on
tho lltli imtV. nnd wan buried the
,1ov nt rtho.I.,
Lewia, Murphree . and Monro each
gavo a funeral discourse to a very
largo congregation.
Mr. Winchester waa 57 years old.
A few years ago he was ordained a
minister of the Baptist church, and
did all he could to adyanco Clirist'n
kingdom among men. Ho was also
a member of the Masonic Fraternity.
He was noted in his community
for a spirit of charity and kindness.
Ho had boon in bad health for three
months, and died from the effects of
tubucerlosis of the atomach. He left
a widow and six children, all married
except the youngest. May God's
graco sustain them in their sadness.
C. C.
From Dalton.
Mr. Gordon l'ickens and family
luvo movod to Six Mllo.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Ii. Holding
visitod tho family of J. Ii. Dalton
last Sunday.
\f i*a T. 1?. vioiln/4 w\
AU?H| M J ? *V. ? inilVU 111
I'icLonB last Monday.
The farmorg in this section of
the country will have quite a time
thinning cotton for awhile.
Our gardens nro needing work
now, since the rain.
Wo have a fine Sunday school
at Mile Creek with Mr. J. E. Parsons
as Superintendent.
Mr. and Mrs, Edd Garrett visited
Mr. ami Mrs. J. T. Thompkin* last
\N bw*.
The mombors of Mile Croek
eMrttch met last Saturday and
< icaned ofl' the church and grave
yard. Undo Tom,
Muscles sore, feint* palnfn!-rhcuuiatlsm.
Sore musolefl or painful joints, may
menu an appronohing attack of rhoumalimn.
Elliott'* fiinulfiifiod Oil Liuimnnt
rubbed on the bffcote<l parta will roliave
11. - ..!? .. .1 ....I - L
tun i'hiii nuu m/iriiroo, nim |Mi;vniu
rheumatism. Elliot's Emulsified Oil
Linimont i>. a satisfactory rubbing liniment
for nil RororwHH, Htiflneas and lameness
of joiutfl or mu^^s. PioV <mis Drug
Co,, Fiokons; W. A. Sheldon, Liberty
"I have ti8od Chamberlain's Btomaoh
And Liver Tablets with moat m>tU?i'actory
leanltH," s?ys Mrs. F. L. PImIoh, Hons*
ton, Tex. For iuilig'-atiou, oilionsneas
and oonstipation these tablets are most
loxoellont. Sold by PK-Vena Drug Co..
,and Earle's Drug Htoi d, Piokous; aud
? ^^Death of a Good Mother.
Mrs. Mary Smith, wife of Mr.
Foster Smith of Fallow, diod tit
( her home 011 tho ?'Jd inst. She
, had beon Buffering from a compli
cation of diseases for soveral days,
1 when pneumonia set in and soon
took hor away. Hur husband,
' two sons, and three daughters wero
1 most of the time by hei bedside
-II Al-~ 1. ? - '
uuiug ?u inui loving nanus could
. do, while I)r. Webb came daily to
render medical aid, but al' efforts
failed to stay the hand of death,
She had been a member of Griffin
chinch fjr several years and bo fur
as wo know, and we have good
reasons to believo, eho was carried
to her final reward where sickness,
pain ond death will bo no more.
She was buried on the 4th instant
at Griflin church in tho presence of
a largo congregation of people.
Tho funeral was conduotod by tlie
Children and grand children, if
you want to 8>>h her again, try to
live tho life that she livod.
Lif'j is a song, the tuno of which
is played upon r. harp of a thous
and strings, and it is strange that
it stays in tune so long. Thoro are
a thousand ways by which wo may
bo takun away, and yet some live
to be old. 'Or over tho Kilvor cord
be loosed, or tho golden bowl be
broken, or tho pitcher bo broken at
thu fountain, or the wheel be broken
at the cistern; then shall the
dust, return to the earth as it was,
and tho spirit unto God who gavo
it." A. J. Manlv.
George's Creek Valley Dots.
The farmers are about through
planting, and boiiio are about ready
to go to working over.
A beautiful ram visited this suction
last week.
Mr. Martin Jones and family of
Pumpkintown, visited at Mr. P.
P. Barton's this wi>ek .
M188RH Slinin Sllul A?nl?mv Wil_
liams visited Mies Malinda Hunt
the past week.
Thomas Pace is confined to his
room with rheumatism, but is improving
at this writing.
Mr. J. A. Conch had the misfortune
of losing one of his mules
last week by getting its bg broken.
Mr. u. J<J. Day in confined to
bin room with mum pa.
Wheat in looking well in this
section and has taken a ptart to
grow in tho lnHt few dins.
Mr. It F. Lunhardt is having a
now ham ejected.
.Tndge Park- r in carrying the
day f..r President. W li?? wid carry
the dav tor O.ii eririr of' fci.nfh
- " " - I
Mrs. T. \V. Stewart left last
Monday for Birmingham to \isit
her daughter, Mrs. Julia K. .Smith.
She wiii aiao visit her brother,
Capt. B. A. Bowen, of Chihleisburg,
Ala,, before she returns
Mr. G. E. II. Williams ami
daughter, Miss Ola, have had tho
inunipH for the pu3t two weeks.
Horn unto Mr. and Mrs. Wash
McAdanm, of the Kurr's mill sec
lion, on April 2;id, a boy, and
Wash thought ho Could not Htep
high enough, ?o ho tdipij oil to
Greonvillo and pets himself up to a
now buggy to carry hm big boy in.
Fond K'jador.
Pickens County Singing Convention.
The Pickens County Singing.
Convention met with /ion church)
tliroo miles south of I-'asley, on tho
fourth Saturday and Sunday in
April, 1904. Prof. ,). F. Lesley
was appointed chairman, and the
following then lod the singing:
l'roirf. K. M. Holding, ]j. U.
Chapman, C. C. Foster, K. M. fielding,
J. F. Lesley, 15 minutes e?cli.
Adjourned one hour and thirty
minutes for dinnor, after which
the convention reasemblod, and the
following oflicerH were elected :
Piol. John F. Lesley, Pros.; C.
C. Foster, Vice-Prea.; R. M. Holding,
Conductor; P.O. Csirtoe, Hoc.;
Hon. Laban Mauldin, Chin.; E.
M. Boldiogand J. II. Owens, Exec.
Com. Aftor the election Home line
music was rendered by Messrs. Lesley,
Hold ing^, FoBter, Chapman and
other*, consisting of sol< h, and
other music, which was grand to
h^ar. Mr. Editor, the girls around
Zion know how to suit the young
men as well as the inner man, and
it's a wonder to me that there is a
one loft single. There was plenty
to eat and plenty left, and all who
missed tIi*j /ion convention missed
a great treat, bo I guosH yon had
better attend the noxt ono bo you
will not migB Ho much I believe
I speak the sentiment of tho convention
when I aay that Hon. J.
E. Beggs' speech wns enjoyed by
all to tho fullest extont. At the
close of Mr. Boggs' speech music
was rendered which wbb very appropriate
for the occasion. Adjourned
to meet th*j second Sunday
in August, 1004, beginning at
10 o'clock a. in. Thus ended a day
of song service which was enjoyed
by all present. P. C. Cartee,
Notice is hereby given that I will
not, in any way, bo responsible for
any debts contractou by my wife,
AlicePace, she having left ray home.
May 9,1904*8wy A. A. Poeo.
a Jd
From Norris.
,lTis an ill wind that blows no
_ ono any good," and wc accept tlio
windy weather ns g>,od in pnriliyJ
ing the air iind i.ot beneficial to
the crops. However crops aro doing
nicely nineo the rain and cot'ton
is 'Hip to iv ftund," but we feari
some of it will lull down if cool
weather Continues.
Tho happiest man in town is
Agent F. H. Barker. A littlq
btran^cr entered his home lust
week, L?ut it "ill only he ?ipleasure
for Barker to learn him tho agoncy
work, as it is a buy. Success to
both father and Sun.
Glad to stii'o that Souirn I?. I) i
Garvin, who |>ah been confnx <1 to
his room MiHoring with bronchitis
for several weeks, is able to be out
Mrp. Hen Johnstt. lie who at present
is in Earle's eaiiitsirium, nt
Greenville, is much im|>r<<vi d.
Mrs. Isaac SherilV, a sulVoier of
gripp f jr sovoral wueks, has about
Cnpt. J. 0. GaiTotl considers
himself a well ti an again, and
speaks a word of praieo 1'or lUnck's
[sanitarium, which is also in
A petition was recently forwarded
the Superintendent of the Sou-:
thorn Railway askiiig for train j
No. to recognize Norris as \ llag
station, but same has l^on refustd;
but since the polition has l><n
(iled, several "hot letters'' have
been written the gentleman, and
prooaoiy no realizes that wo were
in earnest about il. However,
Supt. McManus, who recently succeeded
Supt. Baker, is a new man
and consequently is .1 little slow,
and necessarily careful. We will
get something yet, watch.
Contractors Thompson and Ballengoi
were heie this Wuek and put
in a hid for the grading of a long
side track. The railroad company
realizes the long felt need of a siditrack
lor trains to pass at this
rr..~:\T II -1 "
11 u i ii <.m>, i i w.is rtT'.'ii i i y ' iocsed"
by unknown partita up the
road about a niilo from this joint,
hut tliin only verifies t ho statement
that in all large communities then1
are a certain number of fools.
Tin; XurrU Grammar >c!:ool
closed last, Ki idny tin; (?111 i s!.,
niter a very s-atisfaetorv year's u . ; t
to both teacher and j'ltp ns. .1.
I'. Dendy wu8 elected |>t'i i<*i >.t 1 t ir
another term and has aeeoptodThe
following is the honor roll f..i <
tlio term : Advanced : Misses L >1 m
and Mary Garrett, L?iia :tntl Leila
Uniontint>, \'idii SliC-riIV, I.U'--}
and Mr ssrs. Tims. (larr.-tt and I leury
Balont-ine. Primary ami Intermediate:
Oilio Mnlliiiix, llnssie
and Grace Garvm, Uertha Sheriff,
Minnie Sheriff, Gerlrnde Killmrn,
Annio Gamhrell, Ilovev Garvin,
Kelix Hopkins, Alino Hopkins,
Tom Whitin. and a nninl> -r of others
difitimruihliod tlit in.-clvcs, 1 >uI j
are not entitled to a p!:u:<? <n t h?-1
honor roll on account <>| i; regular j
attendance, which was lareelv du- i
' n
to sickness. A reading clnl> \vas|
organi/.'ri among 1 ho pnj il.s last Kiiday,
preparatory to tlio m-epliou
of the library next month.
10 I'luriltus I*1111111.
A Card.
1 desire to thank my fiicnds f>>r
tlieir kindly feelings ami words <.f
eheor dining my pickne.ss and as-nro
them it is highly appreciated. I am
at homo now, anl hope noon t > l>o
nltln ,* ...> ! 41..v I.,.. ~ T..
tho menntimn T ask my friends to
keep up tlio good work in my hehalf
in the raco for Sheriff Thanking
joti for your kindness, and asso'ing
you that it is appreciated
I am, respect full v,
13. F. l'arsi ns.
Singing Convention
Mr. Editor: Please announco
that all lovors t?f music are reqursted
to moet at Fauviow church on
tho fifth Sunday in this month f< i*
tho purpose of reorganizing the
Central township sinking association.
Services will begin at 10
o'clock. Hring song hooka and
wo 11 filled hnskotfl.
Yours roepoctfullv,
MoT). Wonnifl.
Card of Thanks.
Editor SentinoNJournal: Wo
desire, through your columns, t<>.
thank the many friends in and
around Kasley for tlio gr? at kind
ues? and sympathy oxtonded our
brothers and especially our dear
mother, M. A. Smith, during her
last illness and sad doath. May
the richest blessings of God l??? j
rendered to lliom in abundance,!
and if not rewarded on this e.irth, I
may they he in (I10 brighter world
above, whore thore aro no farewell
tears shed.
Mrs. J. A. K el ley and
Mrs. J. T. Patterson,
Daughters of deceased.
Seneca, S . C., May, I.
Serious Stomach Trobnle Cured.
I was troubled with d distress in my
stomncb, Hour Ktomacli aq<1 vomiting
spelN, nnd can truthfully Bay that Chamberlain's
Htomach and Liver Tablets
cured mo.?Mrs. T. V. Williams, Laing*
burp, Mich. Those tablets nro guaranteed
to euro every cane of atom noli trouble
of this character. For salo by Pickens
D 'ng Co., and Eurlo'H Drag Store,
Pickens, and llmilor & Piokous, Liberty.
f Soda Water F
)| 's a Kooc^ thing to have when t
fj makes people feel that they have
pui :11L U1 / energy. 1 111
pensatory, a big medical book of
#1 pages says that soda water
II "!-i a'-.'ri'Mlful lijnk to IrV iTc lii-iit-. '!i
If iiml Ic M ilium II.ui on UIMI : .?tI I II~ti? -\l
II you lind your symptoms in l
IV arc feeling feverish and thirsty, a
}) stomach lias gone; wrong?and
If all the rest of you, thecurr is at i
)) aaa SOiM a FO
M (I1? 1 ? - ?
// rscKens Uru<>; Com
M ? , Drugs & Stalioncn
I Miss Xono Thorn
\ I^ns!i i?ms!!tlo ^
jft _ ?. . ym. n n \s a 1 H 't HfH V./ ^
^ .J, I i S!
^ 11(> North Main St. - (ire
I I a v v. list
Received a nice lot
\Yin<low Shttlcs, l><:il L<m
Iron Ileds, Woven Wire Co
Springs, Stoves, Tin war Croi
I .amps, Lanterns ami a lol <>l oth<
tides about a I lonn: <>r Farm. and we
on us ami look through our R< onis w
cost nothing lor you to h ?>k nul wc
in showing you our ..oocls \v
you buy anything
or not.
V-;. T.
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M ! i 1 I I
I i ( i i I I i
si mm$%w f-fis ^
p-": yr* ||iy &i >;v" BbK P '-'za
[0' i]w3Bt>} f-' M*BnRB r
^ji. I ^LL MJ' k*' tieJ ?*& A* L *
/v>T. \\ I'. want to clisi)()'.(' nf cim-I lin
to move them quickly wili sell
V: AT cos
_; ' All ol our line ol Crocker-, Glas:
Pitchers. : : : :
?1.50 Howl and Pitcher to at > 1 .o<
at;- reductio \ all through these lines.
Come, early be lore ^ooils arc picked
selection. : : : : :
The. best ol everything and ?-\.r\thin:
on the market we have it." Call early an
M !'S. K. I.. (
vinuii (dui-iimj.
'i'iio l'riii?ii mr'sting ot I ! o l'iclii lis y
Association will In.* Im,Ul with Pickens ^ ?
U.i| t ist church, 1 ?< . inuii.g l'iidi\ | dgf
night ami :I> J<? :iiiil including tho ' fcf ||[j
lifth Sunday i:i M:iy. \S I
i l:t <;j:am.
Friday right, :i mtiuoii l>y Dr. A.
J. S. Thomas.
Saturday morning, Id o'clock, do-' E*
votional e\. rciM s conducted i>\ R? v. ^
13. Holder. S
Organization. S
Sutiji els f r (iiauus.sion . &
Tiir lit ed of i coii' tci.iti 'l clutlch Hi
mcmiii rsliip. Op-uud l>y lu v. A. Af
Manly. &
("nurch ilisci|>'ii:o--\\ lien and li >\v JZ!
kill .ill. I it III. < v . ic.K I I"' !
M. I lentil icKs. j ?[
A10 11 io clmrclus in am wuy r< - j 'Jm
Rpollsihlo for I :t \ IcSMlC.-H :ill I CI MIM ,
It' so, to what i \t<'iit, a- <1 whal is !
I heir tintv* in it ^>11(1 tlicn-t" ' ()[H'i!< <I
by Joel II. Miller. J F
Should liny ono ho ronrti?i?iiv<l a j TR
consistent incmlxT of I lie rhiil't'h who <!&
ihx-H not :imi:i!!\ iiUcinl its regular j Sg
serviccH nor coutr bn'.c kcv >nlin<{ to j
IJ18 !I)('!1I!S 111 IIS Support (> 1 lll(> *? - U. \\lllf
p< 1, fjfonorr;! 13! Opehed l>y IJrv ,!. jfr lor t
Sermon Saturday niylit l>v lUv. ,J. H lir r,
E. McManauav.
Sunday morning, 11) o'clock, devo- K
tional exorcises l?y J)r. A. ,1. S
Thomas. m
10:1)0 A m ? x< <;i ms of .1 tide wrso ^
by Kt!v. J. l i McManaway. Jy y\
11 o'clock A Horiiion l>v Dr. T. vk (;
MC Bailey. J
Sunday afternoon will !>edovw|?d ?
to Sunday school mass meeting. and js
several short, addresses will be made. |i
Sunday nijjht will lx> devoid to n fl
missionary mass meeting, and fie vera I jp 'h
Hiiurt miiiriiMMiiii win uo imwo on nun tg "m i
Hions, its itnpoi tuiico itnd how to do H |?r*c?'
missionary work. in M<
A fi 11 representation of all tho B stocl
churches is requested. 'IL
0. lv Kohinson, Chm. 0 ?,S(.
Mot hern t Motliem! Molliorii! *9
How many ehi Idran are at this hou.ion u
avarish and c/mstipated, with had atom- XL
noli and headache. Mothar Orny's $
Mveot J'owdiMfi for Cliidron will always ffl I
mm If worr^H avo prcHont they will fif
romovo them. At nil druggist* '25 cU.
Hnmplo raailod JKUKK. Addmss, Alien m
H. OWtcd, luCfUoy, N, Y,
f* I 11KB I I HM m*i I * mnjii iui>. t nrm mm > mm
| H?
)) iii-iii n
?orce (( | mLum v
lie wcnllicr h I I
lost about i(
ku. s. i 'is- n EVERY
over 1900 //
// |,|> < ( < i :
his?if you /) <sir oi all th
. 1 . I; Tjuwuh sin i ! ><>; 111 i11<>
II \Olll ff l'<. r nkii Is \vt lta\o < %' ]
"(jucrrccl ' 1) simply ln'OM w tlUii<{r 1
, .... If K('s' iliul lll'Kt -11H ?f <
K <'i?*asi! our clolliuig t
trnn 1'111 first ('lass Hothiii*'
JUIf'J // '!* ??? good "lil si
' tj kinds of suuiiuer
\\ ?)f oxfollj* till ilU'l , Wl
many, it ?*r??r. ni.->-?i. i-i.-u.-^
6 ~ \\ WIicii yo;i me 1
, . ' ^ }} Furniture, Busies i
li I 'ut 11iturc aiul handle
(( Mitehell ami y >n will
( lothinr. SImhs
ft j Sole Agents I r
ft \ | -pile i!es| i-'itt
\ \ I
*1 I ?linen,
cnvilli', S. <'. 1 !l I'1 ( 1
s^WW1*^ I J' J*
11 a 11< 1 l* ti nothiny i :
Ti <
1 ho I l ading |?
can siivo tli< in inoi
Mrs. IIattic Ci
hen in town. It
take pleasure
FOf? :
iniii ihnninrnirfeig^L
1 will l;i\'(*
| next sixty da\s
? I partner, Mr. \\ .
m i.immm r.mmm ^() | | \'t |"^ ii (>I'U(
.v- .V- ,, [V A [\
y ' . mslbli I
IKE! r i ^ x.~
-M.- O *
lines <>1 i;<?ocls, and
2 / , ;v r?i?:i'oKi.
iwru'c and Bowls and ^ im,k n
:i ]VT D
j>. and a proj.ori on- -
over aiul make \our
the utst.' -n: ,i is 5 w'j V,;1'"-iVM"
>.1 V ?l H..II ill 1 " 1 I' L I ' "* 1 ' ' 1 'l '
"ii reton's. 5
My i:\ riI"!K STOCK ol'soa> nu\h\
a! tin1 iisto?iis11i11^ priiM's l>r>ow .
b.\ JIN i: >(H li, as I >v ill ?no \ o in
Ilnil?liii? '> tin ii. and will uuiK
ireat ? < Sacrifi
Dry Goods.
I..*>0!) yards Sliindu! ! (irn(l<> Ciilioo. |<"
2,.".on vanis S(ui:>l .1 ,| jncJi Slu1 V
yiii(Is SiaiuliT 1 Clu'i'k" o
All to go af 5c per yard
i i i ? 1 >1IV. i I I - I - - 1 1 '
n-iwi t ii||11 i.i || I r I) U U n I I _
odnv. A Iho ji com lino <<J l.nvni:, j
l'i reivlcM, Ma> .i-, Hl> in^, L'.un- {jfy
Muslii.s, ?<to. to go at cut j ricos.
lor i ill
orallH IVoin up. lor $ I
Inrjjfn 1. t <?l" pants al Spocinl low prior-..
>od S < 1. i y 11 a 11- h < in r ntriko CloU* -I ' *. nintoc
this ?i
Shoes. poiJ
sivo tlic most compioto lino of Slioi-s over
id to iho t nido in t h ih o< intry and t!
s unheard of. N
ins $1 25 and $1.50 Brogun?, ox?' llcnt >
milv llivv v"
Mali's Sntin Cftlf, worth regular $ 1.50 f?n|
Special cut in everything!
?. C. CARTE!
- ?
< >i- . W
r c a u/\m
UQ^Kl^ 8 HJi>
i in (aitrat iMtorrsiox!
tut si iioNnlti s in white poods un<l colored
! <*-?(cf*t lot of w iis| j? imia' 'I black goods
r show . Win n it i- hi . ? to clothing, we Inivo
ilwxit, si ?I wo nn still on ti c jump. Tlio biglotliinn
<>vi r kIi"\vii iu I'.ijUouk. Wo try to in*
: ude ? u li voiT, ni ri t,? , o tins wo Imy nothing
. it pay's n> in v tin-; i'.r.sr.
t miner time is most hero unci wo will ucctl nil
couls ami >'.\louls. Wo Imvo a complete lino
il?, i) i u?l ?'lnlili li. t onio iiiiil Dol iiniiv -I'/n
ii fl
ii i >w n ilou'l tail to 1 ok IInou^h our line of 1! f I
m l W n >iis, \V?- kicp a mit|>1 < t<- Mock of ||
1!i - 1> I ISu^ios mid Wiij'ius ina li'. I'?u\ i i> || 9
g. l the best. Yours I ruly, ! H
AND Thorn ley. j
and (ii'iii fiii'iii liinjr ?o?'"ls a s|.oeii?Htv.
tiic Mill-In II '--Hi, l'..tt I !< A\<- Slim,
iiisi- Itios. lii-li Ail 1 loiliiiipj, \i
iim- ( lot iiiii?- jti Tho \Yorl<
IPgollum! i|
nnli s tMist <'! I'iekt'iit- ;m<l foul' miles Pi m||||
a! Merchandise.. IB
t th !> -t t a ods and .t reasonaldo w Bam
u 1 >!. will 11? v. i ur vi u)?? a call. I Mm
aiiS i> amtii iir and will wait on you.
JicswMjftaflaKBunuAOSBJMR r "rni"?~i?irrr??i I
1lis, 1 1 lui < mcnts 9
L I.?)* 111 'i ? . 1? 11A U(iAINS,
111' x r i : u. ||
f ; f . j
"The ph oto^rapher 9j
ffr r^-1 v I
1 1 1 i( VK ciR.MUS in ,.|o.
V \> I : i > X i CSDAV.
v lurrchauiiisc to ix<> '|w|
'rill?S(? L?;rM; h> Hi !|v I JiO
t/. i ! > <? ??wn8
I \ I I : i * [IMM1II I t HUM" irr^gg
ce SaiSe t |Jg
Hardware MS
* r - | > i U < _ ft in J a (Minplfle
f I . r ' ! 11: 4\ 1' Irs, Shafts
Mis, ^1 \; "II- : I < 1 I >; i > 11 I'oil nil
i -I v- i\l..i! ; i 11 < r :irclwaie line.
oceries 4 Feed Stuffs
r> I an el* I I-I<uii#^o(>?1 iis hoinn-mnde,
ly *1 ">< |i r lianel, ami a l.ctlcr gra<lo
huv?? :',<>(H) ] > Ju l- of meat to Koduriig
?? 1 Timothy Jiay lor$l .05per hundred H
or n, cJioppod, 7r>o per buglio),
i ,c clfiin l?Ve<l () its (or )."?(: por Imshol.
!< ? \\ )iit< Halt < p r h unci rod pound**

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