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The. People's Journal.
E. Cox is storekeeper: and
giger at Losley's distillery.
-Miss Nellie Parsons, of Liber
ty. is very ill with typhoid fever.
.,Dr. .W. F. Austin will be in
Naley Tuesday,, Liberty Wed
--The Town Crgok*chdol, open
ed on the 6tif 'nsLt, with Prof.
Frank Hendricks .as. i.ucipal.
--A very onjoyabl'ociable was
had .at. the.residenco of Ernest Fol
er We ne.ddiy evenig the 161.
Y.. '-WA NTED -1,000 cord of
aPehimi66 and Dogwaod.
- d1er 1os.,1
-- at.f5'i to read ttie ne* ad
v.#rtseientf R W.- Suilivan,
of -Greonville, in 'this --i asti. is
in teresting and Whel .' g to
;Gr'eenvi locall and sjoe him.
- -arredon thb..1a .nd-; at
the residence 6f 6.bridefs parents
A. B. Chastain of* Knob, Mr. James
)U of Pidor, to Miss Malinda
stain. Rev. T. C. Holsclaw
-The fourth quarterly confer
will be held in the Pickens
Methodist church on second Sat.
urday and Sunday. Rev. J. B.
Wilson, P. E., will preach at 11
o'clock both days.
: E-Robt. Bowen, son of Reese
Bowen jr., who lives near Pickens
caught a hawk in a trap last week
that measured four feet and 8 inches
from tip to tip. He deserves a cake
from his neighbors.
',-T. J. Johnston, of Central
Township, was in Pickens Monday
on business. It was his birth -day
-and he" celebratod it, by. a call on.
The Journal and payment of his
subscription into the next cen
tury. Will others do likewise?
1;-Prof. J. L. Murphree will close
.his-singing~schoot nt secona Fridhy
and Saturday next. There will al
so be an all diy sing~ig on Sunday.
Bring books and well filled baskets.
Good singers will bo prosau.it and a
good time will be had. Every
-Uook-keeping Elocutio;n, Mu
sic, Instruinantal, vocal, aid S-igh t
Reading, Latin, (reek, and all the
iqtudios4or a thorough proptration
for college or life taught In theo
Contral Graded school. (ro !and
.tention given to over'v -pu 'il.
ave you a daughter o a to ed
At nino )'clock thismrm g
An. .Iormat receptin , i rom J Iin
till elevena o'clock, was hold ant t hn
residence last eveni ig. A mong
those present from a distance wers
Mr. agd-'Mrs. A. B. Carpenter,
Greenils, Mre. Robt. E. Gaines,
Richmond, Va, Miss Roberts El
herton~, Ga.,. Miss Gertrude Hoyt,
Greenville, Miss Heard, Elberton,.
Ge.,. Misses Lidie. and .Gertrude
Hagool eyl4, Mdiss A urie l
lhigEw'ortb, a~ckoe, Miss Janie
Gan.tt, Pendleton, Miss Annie
Hardin, Chester, Mrs. Nell Dam
burg, Bamburg, Miss.$w$?dell, Au
gusta, Ga., Miss Marion 'Quat4Ie-.
bhumn, Ridge Sygdujg, Mr. and Mrs.
Jf;-A. Ligon, Spartanburg,,11
WV. C. Maul4 in, Jlanxpten, and Mr.
Wn. *'. Thahsinggame, Pjcker,s.
During the evening refreshments
were served and the guests were
treated with appropriate sol Action
by Miss Bettie Mae~ Mauldin with
the violin, accompanied by Mrs.
Helen Ligon at the pian~o. Taste
ful decoration gave additional
charm, and a lavish display of use
ful and valuable presents testified
to. the .popularity of the young
people. Mrs. Paget is the eldest
daughter of Mr . and Mrs. Mauld in.
* Gitted and accomplished, she is
a general favorite in Anderson.
* ~ Mr. Paget is a prominent young
)awyer of the Sahiuda Bar.
Tha bridal party left this morn
ing oni the south-bound Southern
train for Saluda, carrymng with
them the best .wishes of scores of
friends. --Anderson In teliecr
of ist inst.Igncr
No Right to IIlnss.
The womian who is lovely~ in face,
forrn and temperOt wi niay hav'e
friends, but (one who woul!d hi, ait
tractivo must koop lher htelt h. .1f
she is weatl(, sickly neid allI runl
down, she will he I)orVousl P.nd( ir
ritable. If she has consetipat iCn 4r
kidney trouble, her imupureo hlood
will cause pimples, hlheos, skin,
eruptions and a wr'.ehed comle~fx
ion. Electric Bitters is the~ best
medicmne in tho worlId to re.gulate
stomach, liver and kcidnoys anid to
purtiify tho blood.1 It gives slton
nerves, bright es, cnvm.oh, velvety
fnkin, rich complexion. -It will mtakea
a go~od-Jookin~g, chairming woman
of an ru n-dawni inivalid, Onla'y Ji0
cents at W. T.1. Mc a'mi dr~a4 ug M*ore.
.Are granid, but1 S3k in Erh onL01r r
life of joy. B~uckIini's Arien ia Sn Ivo
eures them ; also, ObIl, h'inning
and Feover $Sos, llenrra, Boils.
Folons, (Jornns, Warts, Cat , Burns,
* Bruises, Scalds, Chappird HIan,
Ch ilblainse. Best l'i lo (Cura om
3i;rth, JUrivos out pain-s and~ aht
Only 250, a box, C o geirvI~eed.
State*of South Carolina,
County of Piokens.
Mary Alid' Cclian, In her: ow
right, and -Dosa Cochran, Lo
land A. Coohian, Walter D.
Cochran, Mantie Cochran, Myra
Lou Cochran, Sallie BessiE
Cocliran, Thurman Cochran and
Georgia Cochran, by their Guar
dian ad litem Mary Alice Cochran
G. B. Cochran and A. J. Boggi
as Administrators of the estato of
J. W. Cochirau, deceased.
By virtue of a decretal orde
made in the above stated case o
the 27th day ot October 1899, by
tWe Hon. Ernest Gary, Presiding
Judge, I will soll on
Salesday in Docember 1899,
.44 i to the high.
for,. 'sie thi..followinig described
.A.l.. ;tb.A pie parcel, or loat of
laa tuatWolying and being in
b C9nnty of ickons and Stati
aforestid, inl the Lown of . Calhoun,
on North side. of Air Line railroad,
containing one (1) acro more or
less, coutaining .the meets anl
bounds reprosonted ..by . a plat
hade10 .of the aid lmrnd by F. V.
Cayton l March.2d, 1392
Ternis cash on day of sale. Puirl.
chaser to pay for all papers and
feryrecog1ingand stamps, &c.
J. H. G, McDANIEL,
.Sheriff Pickens County.
State of South. Crolina, 1
The :Seneca- Bank, a corporation
duly chartered by and under tho
.Aaws of the State of South Caro
liu -a. . Plaintiff.
G. B.:. Cochran, Ernest Coch ran,
Cecil Cochran, Lucile Cochran,
Dowitt Cochran, TMarvin Cocl
ran, infants, and A. J. Boggs, as
Administrator of the estate of J.
W. Ceeru ,11Uaed.
By virtue of a Decretal Order
made inl the above stated case on
the 27th day of Octobor, 1899, by
.th6 Hon. Ernxest Gary, Presiding
Judge, I will el.1 to the highest
bidder at Pickens court house, on
Salosday inl December, 1899,
during the legal hours for salo, the
following described real estate to
All th a t piece, parcel or t!raet, ,f)
n, g and being in the State
County aforeid. containing
twle aces (12). ic ro-; mlor or
lag bond-l y lneof WV. R.
hin on t he North, South and
WI-. nd on the East by lIans of
Aaroni B g, accordinug to platm
nmadte by .NhWn hi. Stribbling on' the
*Md Iay .of January, 1894,
Iros' cash1.on dayV of sale. Par
ch'asur to pay for all papers and~
for recordling the same and for
stamps. J. ft. G. McDANIEl,
Sheriff Pickeuns County.
State of South Carolina,
County of Pickens.
In Common Pleas.
Upufirsuianod 'of' Dretal Orders
anid orde(rA of foreclosure made in
thet following named cases and on
file in the Clerk's office for: Pickens
County, I will s'ell to-the highest
bidder at Pickens court house,
during the legal hours for sale, on
A''Salosday in December next,
the following described real estato
in the eases herein named, to-wit:
Van 14. 1llison,
Elias F Ellison ot. al.
All that certain piece, parcel or
tract of land, hying, being situate
in the County and State aforesaid,
in Easlev Township, on south side
of the Cox bridge road, adjoining
lands of W. M. Hangood, J. M.
Stewart aind others. containing five
(5) acres more or less.
Tern~ cash on day of sale. Pur
chaser t-, pay for papers and stamps
and for r -cording the same.
T. II. Smiith, et. a].,
A. F. Smith. .
1st. All that certamn piece, p~arel
ot tract of land, lying, being sit
ui te in the County and Stato aflore
51id, ini Con tral Tfowns5hiip, on
wtetrs of Eighteen Mile Creek, con
taingng~s"venty-opeo.. anti ,omefifthi,
(71 ,:--) ciros. more or los.s, and
ko w,-a traot No ., ini the dlivIS
ion of ..h, 1 real Na te of thie esta te
of 1,A A. Sndimtl h doeased.
'2eh '.\ th thhe . rataIjoi
oig Abae lb >v., m1n1t one truat,cogb
tin m'g s.i .ty- four (G I,) alcrte mi're
or hascan< kn1~ cmown ai:s t ratf No. 2.
id. .\l that other tract adjin~
ing tract No :2, J1. C. Brock, Mirs.
Eiarl. and othiers, eon taiiing sixty
th roe anid onot-fifith ( (u,-1-5,) acres
more or loss, ned ( knlown as tract
Pla's of tho absove lands on file
in the Clerks oflhco.
Tjm one-half ca:-hi on day o
suli, balance on a credIit of two1h-(.
m'ths with initurkst from 'day of
Rol in (ho (reit porionef, se~ciired
by 1011d of the p~uirob~iamind a
c m a '. of t.ho )e.~i rom ie.
Ri(chard. an~iha rd t
Daircus P'. Robmnscon, et al.
All Ihat certain piece, paroel or
tract of land, lying, being situate
in thspvounty and State aforesaid
in EaloV ToWnship, on WaterS of
Georgo's Crook ocutaining~ one hiun
dred >and ~tir4Ivov(1U5) nRQes.
moto or loss, bounded by lands df
Mrs. 14. 1-. Barton, McWhorter and
qthors . Tornis one-half cash, bal
anice on a crodit of twelve months,
w ith mi)terost on credit portion
from day of salt, secured by the
bond of purchaser and mortgage
of the premises. Purchasers to
pay for papers and stamps and for
R.: F. Smith, t, III,
1st. All thoso two lots in the
towVn of Calhoun inl the couity
and StIto aforesaid, lying on south
sido of railroad, adjoining lands of
Robert Grant, Robert Cochran and
othors, both lots run together and
contains in the aggregate two acres
(2) more or loss.
2nd. All of that other tract of
land being m said county
and State in Central Township oil
the west side of Twelve Mile River
containing eighty nino (89) acree,
,more or less, adjoining lands of S.
P. )endy, R. E. Garvin, Fouben
Arnold's estate and others, it being
the same land conveyed to the de
fendaut by 0. T. Clardy, 4th Janu
Terms, one-half cash, balance on
a credit of sIx month-;, with inter
est on the credit portion from day
of sale, secured by bond of pur
chasers and a mortgage of the pre
The purchaeors in all the above
mentlioned sales must pay for all the
papers and stamps and for record
ing on day of sa1s.
J. M. STEWART,
9Nov99 Clerk of Court.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Large drove inst in from
T e 8'e-ssU, on'e, young, sound
adat i iv~: 14. es
We dely c(aompetition in our
I nspelct ion oC stock solicit.
Stables and Storehouse
River Str eet,
,(REENVILL.E, - - S. C.
Ask For Trading Sta.
lMcAlistcr & Bogitie.
DRY GOODS, NOTIONIS,
Every Department now Refilled
With Choice Newv Material.
IN DRESS GOODS,
SILKS AND TRIMMINGS,
The assortment would (10 credit
to some of the big city stores.
They have all grades from the
cheapest to the very finest makes.
They have trimmings of all die
scriptions to match all shades of
IN WHITE AND WASH GOODS
The assortment was never more
comipleto. All grades of wvhite and
colored1 Or'gandios, I awns, Mushmns,
Piques, Sw issos, D~ucks, French
Gingliarms, Porcales, Calicoes,
THEIR LINE OF LACES ANDI
Ts the harg. .ever displayed ini
th is pa~rt of' the glob o.
In all lead ii n'! me .+---long me
diuml nnd shor't cuts, From 50
'en t !s I o $.
PA AS-OLS AND) SUN SHADES
In, all the' niw upl to) dato ideais.
Y'ou will1 find thiomi in black, whito
TH IEIRl CAR PET1, MIA'TTING,
RUG Shado and Curtain D~epart
men t is thie lairgest ini thi p art of
the countryI and t heir prco are
gt urant1 .o lower t hant you will finrd
in A thu nt~a (r harlo *ton.
T by k- 'But i I irick Pa tiern -
o~lyjel, Ill n t'rn, Ask for)
bhit tari(1(k~ F 'r Shioot and Yark
priesen t them to thetiri customers.
O~ Jusrt op)oned Ready Mado
Shirt WVaists an d 8k irts,
HIe A ister
Are You Prejudicedi?
Are You Open to Conviction?
Many people think it necessary to go to some large city to
Don't You Believe It!
You can be convinced that there is a first-class drug store
here by calling on
PICKENS COURT HOUSE, SOUTH CAROLINA.
We Carry as Fine and Varied Stock of
Irugs and Chemicals ..
STANDARD PATENT MEDICINES.
As cin be fSund in any city,
Wit- Bur Direct rati the Largest
in the country, and buying for cash we are enabled to get the
lowest prices, besides always being sure of obtaining
Pure, Fresh mahkrials.
Again, we are not undecr enormous expense and can seiri-cu.
goods and fill your
AL Reasonable Rate.
We Keep the Best
Froml the Leading Manufacturers.
- ' rr ~ r TIracle ---
Is Especially Solicited.
74 E aro constantly adding overy necW, novel and
of biusumse~s. If you so~o a medicino advertised and
wanit it, we wall gladly get it for you if wo do not
havo it in stock.
IsI always appre)c(iated, no maittor how small your
puIrchaseP, you ma~y r est assuredI it will be our con
stanit aim to sell you tho best goode that can bo ob
tainied and at r'eaasonable prices.
Very respectfully, e
.Dr. Ci. WV. Earle, N
au1 099. Pickens. S. 0. C
Cotton is a good price and everythin else Is going hih
er, but we are offering our entire stock of
Fall and Winter Goods,
[11d we have one of the Jargest in the country, at the saide
prices we did when cotton was 5 cents a pound.
We nre making a specialt,y on Clothing, Shoe#. ltat;,
Dress Goo(Is and Gents Furnishings.
We want to call your attention Flannels, Cassimoree, Ofdfge.
ospcially to our lino ot Clothing Peroales, Korseys, auid a lot, d4.
1111(1 Shoes We have nearly double Jeans that's an eye opener, ptices
th a11ount of ho 11 linos that we rom 10 cents a yard to 85 ceat. 4
s arry and aro in a better Be& Ticking, Straw and Feathe.
to bol'n you than ever be- Lace Curtains, Table Damas,
'h in quality aid price. Linens of all kinds, Toweling, do'
Ihero is 11o eed to toll you the lies. Don't forget to look at ort
sho to busv, for the Battle Axe line of Wool and Plush Cape
will out wear any shoe for the samne when in town. We have sow
money on tho imiarkot. rare bargains to offer in this lini
Big lot of extra Pants, ranging Hardware of all kinds, Stoves
from 50 cents to $6.00, no trouble Trunks, Satohele, Saddles, Bridles
bo fit both stout's and long's. Vagons, Harness, Buggy Harne:
gico lie of Overcoats, both Wool Wagon lines, Lap Robes Bugg
md Mackintosh. Largest assort- Umbrellas, and-but we must sto
font of Dress Goodg ever shown as the editor is drawing ia line clos
loro. Woolen goods of all kinds. under us and we haven't the spac
-o tell you of half the things we'd like to, but come and se
or yourself, we will (o our best to please 'you and every trad
ye nake we guarantee to be satisfactory,
Folger and Phornley
)ealors inl General Merchandiso.
Pickens, South Carolina.
Bory.Wv "TPIhxe Battlbe. A=4
shees and don't have
ny other kind.
A0 A-M AGAIN
['i0 1 FOR PICKENS TRADE.
Many of th good people of Pickens trado with me now. WE aa
[preciate ti] ir trade and love to wait on them, and judging from the way
they have lt'k to me they must beliove that they have been treated
right; thatt my goods aro the right goods, and that my prices are xight.
W ithIoIut Iulking any big claim, I think I can justly say that I am pro
pa"tred to giv. my customers better goods for the money than they Till
My !res Goods Section is full of everything any lady wanten
Black Goods, Coloro( Goods, Mixed Goods, Fancy Goods, Plain Goode,
Fino Goods and Cheap Goods.
I pridT myself on keeping tihe best Jeans and Flannels that can be
so1(d at tho price. I begin miy price on Jeans at 10 cents. Red Flan4
niel at, 100. Thle best 25c Jeans in the State.
UnderWear--The kind that keops you warm. Heavy fleeced
shirts al d rawors for muon, women and children. IHosiery for men,
women) and child(1ron. 8 p~airs heavy hlalf hose for 25c; 3 pair, heavy
"oods hose, 25w ; hlOso at 5o.
On Blankets you may try the town over, and if you oonside*
Wualit y mn'1 price combined, I will sell you your blankets and quilts.
Now for my pot-the article that all my customers say they get
hie i est fr~om A. K. PARK
--...djnogt sell a man's shoe for over $3, but
it iste i s charge you $3.60 and
* $4 for.- I do nIot seli sshoe less than
$1. The same shoe is sold right 8l.
Sh E S ll for $1.25.
It does nlot pay me to soll a manl's shoe for less than $1.00. It
~von't pay you to buy one for less.
Anyt~hing you want in wtomenl and children's shoes; you can fid
t here. The sho0os 1 soll you are comfortable, durable, reliable, Any
)air failing to come up to guarantee another pair given or your money
~efundled cheorfully. I am here for honest business.
A. K. PARK,
Grednville, 8. 0.
~otton 4 1-2c Cotton 6 1-2c,7 M. weighing free:
C)UITLE A DTJFFERENCE, ISN'T IT?
We hope it will bo higher, but the present price Is almost equat to
0 por~ cent. over the price of last year. Now, then, regardles, of the
dvanco in cotton goods8, look at whIat we are going to do for you this
all and W in tur. E xpectoig an adlvance in morchandise, I placed orders
vith manulioturers and jobbers early in the Spring for nearly eyer .
hing in my line. Consequoently I have an immense stock in eachde
>artment at ti, low price-s of 1898, and can sell you bargains in every
ino o1 goods, Sewe blIow for a few prices:
10.000) yaruds m-w I-'allI l'rints, standard quality, 50, worth 6jo.
2,000 yards :8-I I'r'ales, 50, worth Gio.
2,000) yards Iltea. y N N N Drill, 5c, wvorth 7tc.
1 ,000) yards II eavy ()u t in g, Sc, worth 64c,
1 ,000 yards Ilea:uvy OutIi ig, 10c quality, my price, 8o.
20 yardI, 'ardu wie, W&'achuii g for $1.00.
25 yards ge'". 1y 1. oI m spuln Chirecks for $1.00.
'20 yards i hevyI limnej'pun Checks for $1.00.
25 yards :-n- h. l.'!u "e 'Good Quality'' for$.0
20 yards~ I i .\ \i*.\betin for $1.00, r$.~
8 *uir's II I *i jl.+ lhii'nel (all wool), for $1.00.
,""".r eM r y C gur I laninelettos,(fleecod on one side) Seoy
. , ilhese aro rea'ly wvorth 1e.
Good's I I ~.-ln bir laenthers at I0c, worth 12&c,
rai H Lj 1rho ( A. C. A.), best mxade, 1260, worth 16c.
500 ynili. l'ayy W("ol IKorseys at 25o a yard, easily wortk85o
. 1 Just thie thing for wIter paInts 0or a suit of c10th0e
M ah~.o r'c m our~ orders early for dross goods, and can sell: yo'n a
lnavy A ll \\sl l:nck Sargo at 25o a yard, worth 85c. Black figured
irjca huiiis li 2() andl 24c, worth 80 and 25c. Black Brilliantines, 25
nid 35c, won Id bie goodl value at 35 and 50c. Beautiful Misedt Wool
initings at 21) and 25c. Beautiful fancy figured (404zmb goods) Bro.
idmeef~k, 2(0 and1 '2c a yard.
WVe could name a thousand otheor articles, every one a bargain
ico will not permit, hut we must mention OUR STOCK OF JEANS
(o have received over 150 pes (5,000 yards) and start the price at 100
ir a good heavy one up to 25o for those 9-oz. Wool Jeans we sold so
any of last winter. Do not buy your Jeans till you see our stook
We would like to talk Shoes to you, but haven't room this time.
re have a *5,000 stock of new, solid leather Shoes, all bought early
fore the advance, and can save you mnoney on them. Do not tall to
>me aind see us before you buy.
Yours for Fair Dealing,
o Gooeds Char'ged,W iFE