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I'he People's Journal.
T C, I9tINSON, Editor.
1- 101 IRY THIURSDAY.
Subscription One Dollar a Year
Entored at. the Post Oflico at Pickens as
IllURSDAY, A PtI L 19, 1903.
Tho American P0)oplo a-0 getting
.nthused on the subject of good
.oafds, and logislation along that
ino is constantly coming up n
nany statos. South Carolina had
)ills at the last Sossion of her leg
s lature that. indicated an interost
n the improvement of the high
vays, but nothing very dofinite
tppears to have beon accomplished.
Igitation of tho in tter will event
y result in good an-d tLe mombers
if the lhgilaturo are to be con
Nra tubld upon the fact tit they
Ilve th' suiljoet under con'ii ri
.ion1. T1h< v m-w* somes. day -toe C1f
.bJportince] of the me asur and d.
-0ll i thei pow' to giv,, the re: ..
to a 'at: oint and * rufferin;g pub
Pich:.s .ni h:3 much to bo
proud of iV regard to lr roa.is,
ut t'ere i:, rwom 101. imtipr'OV0ielmt.
Tho conitl on-: of some riioads show%
bignrs of grops ioIglect and it is 1. a wo
d!er that act io'e for damages againdl
the County have not boon [roughtI
in t)? Courts. Good l1u1ck rathe:
pood work las8 prevento(d it. T(
much can bo expected from thos
in authority, but the traveling pub
lie will complain s-mot Inl's wit hc u
ca"It, horILeVer, this sfpring sui
Cielt eftl -w cxits as to soamo roadi
it -,ixr i .
Tmls -lol'UN.\L. :3uadnfo
so. anything~ on1 the sfubject
l'o ie, biut thi is a youtr of poli
ties and sonil fow p((leI are intor
s d n the 1i(1, n 4t IW.Jec
ially th'se who want (l, Oolice.
It is turpriroing h..ve mnyI exp'(
at iomiO <biy or otl.r to engaige ;i
the iniertain but fvicinatiing gan
of polities, anld it i; with i hop
to benenfit thM t hat Tm: JOVI'\A
would rI~ vo.c' oi warni ag. I
ia plasant. mat ori to coitminplal
that th"' le:. tilent of the' State
bein'. dir'ected, in Olh.r dlirectionl
litiri ihe:ii11) i v O!y d i Uti.e in vorii
nies crd,'. I t m~ no truble to ge
to) r'un one. Tiis i has b'een prIO oo
in Columbr~ia in nit the i..,:ant paalI
and mlight have examphlei jtill un.
der' Ite unm0 ril indI1 th Stat
It was (lie good rtunn andi
leafsure 'of Tm: Ji 7NAx . editot' ! e
visi t Cohi niaU on thie 11th ins&t.,
on tho occnsion of the meeting of
the State D~emocratic Executive
Committee, and the reunion of the
members was delightful beyond
compatrion. It was a r gular loveu
feast andi per'fect Larmony pre'.
v'alied, even tulong riral caniida1:t
Giovernei(r aloSweeneyg is thle merai
har from~ II lnton andtt was~i preent.o
at (lhe mieeting, lookm g happy and
cheerful, alt houghi nmiy c:ldida
are't said to bre con:~.i nt o f cust inr
himt from the Exoeutiv'e Ch'amba.j
L. J. Wiia isi a possible, canrdi
date for gove'rnor and owmng to1hi
long cnction:tt with thie manang.
mont (of the Stato, d1epoesary I.
candltlacy is augy~oimve of the Liii
that the causo nleeds stronger adv'o.
catep than tha so already apeken o
as candidat,.A for goveorn e. Stat
politics promnisos to be lively an,
f'ew, if any of tho present Stato ol
ficer's, will likely got back into th
Stato houso without a hot contiest
Thein Domtzcratic Clubs of Pick
one county are hereby called t
meet at their respective places o)
moot ing on Saturday the 28th daii
of April, instant, at 3 o'clock p. ia
The ohiet of your meeting wit
be to r'eorganizo your clubs b)
eleing oflicers and delogatos it
1 ho Counity Democratic Con von.
I1 m which wii!, be held ot the Couri
H >uso on on the 7th day of Ma~
(Salesday) 1900, and to transact
any other b'usiness which the Con,
stitution directs and the welfaro o1
the party requires.
Each Club is entitled to one0 dele
gate for every twenty-five enrollet
members or a majority fraction
thereof. The County C:>niventioi
'will assemble at 11 o'cleck a.* m.,
to elect delegattes to the State Con
venition and to transact any otho
business that may como before it
Each county is entitled to doui
blo the number of delegates in th
State C.onvention as it has member
in the Oenornl Asemcrbi ,
- '* 'je AINES
CONDUCTED BY W- W. F. BRIGHT,
County Supt, of Education.
The TI'enebe,' Association.
Tho next meeting of the teach
or's Association will bo held at
Cross Roads Baptist church, near
Maynard school house, on tho first
Saturday in May, 1900. Tho pro
grain as arranged by the executivo
Music or the occasion will be
furnished by Miss Janie Ferguson. l
Opening address, W. W. F.
Iost useful line of study for boys
and girls, Prof. Wyer,
Duties of trustees mid patrons to
teacher and school, Prof. Folk. Y
Rolation of common schools to
in ght r:clo->As and colleges, Prof.
Schol'1 house frn tiruiiings, MIrs. C
Ilora --I'them . Igi
' .: plan in toachling iistory
1 the rc itivo iin '-rt-meCC of his
ory in tho cur iculumi of our
Lcal loitory of Pieken s county,
Dr. W. TP. Field.
SchIlool on1te.tainments, Prof. J.
C. I angsen
Thio school law a. anondod by
the last ! Egi si ;ltire m1a'1 ho foun d
inl Til. l.:,rLE's JOr:XA, pago I,
!ohann .1, issulo of Ma,,rch :9th,
!!],09. IRad it again. Doos your
school neld the aisisance oif'rel
by that act? 1Pk -t me.nbier, that
wheon you mnake U. ial Evytha
it is :omne trou tt lt) County
Auditor, Treisuror and Stuperin
iitiindent of Eduaention, lbut that
your sohool receivos all the honefit.
School district No. 31, is the first
to act ilder the new law. Next.
Wo are informed that Flat Rock
school, taught by Mrs. Ida Bryant,
will givo an entertatinmeint on Fri
t day afternoon , April 27th, and thvat
about eighty pupils will tako a
part in tho saio.
h'1e sch ol at Y inaland taught
t by Prof. Folk, will cluso May 4th
, with a pienic.
~. W\o take pleasure in manking tha
1- foregoi zag an nolunoomellts (ar anala
'a lit fwal'a of any goodi toason9 "* 1 V
/ the'y shouIIld not be 111)ro frequeid. I
Saw. the htast seed, in the beat
way), at thle b est timet.
l' ICucatio is th(le leading hIumain
souls to what is best, and mual:ing
what is be~.st of thorm. T1he train
wht ch mnkcos men lhappicet in thom
sol ves, also makes thomn most ser
viceable to others.-Ruskin.
STIATE.i Ii ~SED.
Here is the way' thn peole of
California go about raising a p)ub
1ic scho~ol fund:
(1) The state lev'ies a direct tax,
whih mayin:i not be less than su lii
('ien1t to ra iso an almounit equal to
3.00u for (very chil of school ago;
a d - 1)0ll tax andi 41 otr taxes and
:'p);r< print ions raise this to $9.48
for oaneh chlild. (2) Each county
n; required to levy a (caunityv sehc-ol
I tax which shtall1 not be lossj than
sufiint to raise anl amoui'tnt equal
to $;. 00 for overy clil d of school
ag'. Fromi these sources is raised
a mhiniimum of $1 5.-I: for oneh
child. (3) If this is not suflicient
to run the schools thio requtired
time ( the averago lngI Ih of school
tm is 172.4 days), and school
-district may vote an add itional (ax
eof 310 cents on each $10t 0 of taxable
p roper-ty. Any school di straic t may
also levy an additiotnal tax of 80
cents oin each $100 of taxable prop. t
orly. Any school district may also
o lvy an additional tax of 70 cents
on each $100 for erecting or re
pairing schocol hiouisos.
In this way California, with a
school piopulation of 355,000 (ours
is 620,000), has atn annual ptublic.
school ftund of $6,000,000 andl pub-1
lio school property worth $17,5000,
000.--N. CI. Journal oaf Education.
"Th'le enrollment in South Cairo- J
lina is 269,875 and tho school fund
$720,770. School properity $55],
a J . I.11evry, etagan ton, Pa., writes:
, I am willing to take my oath that
- I was cured of Pneutmenia eutirely
r by the use of 01n0 Miute Cough
.Cure after doctors failed. It also
- cured my children of whoopingb
e cough." Quickly relieves and cures|
s coughs, colds, cro up~ grip e and '
throat and lung troubles. 0 ildren
all like it. Mothere endorseg it
Jac) iln ou pa P * . C n '
ny mftonition to p.. ayeies
jt'4 wroto according .1) y mind,
'ich w .' ire: ' ir.3 contolld
y Lho Spi it o Goa.
Now h" :-en, I F " i hoh l my
>0nitiA>n. r *n!" cie i to know a
)Irt f 'N trum1r.( d1 can prove
V ' I :t E. I bv .e word of
1, wh ich is trth. The Ohjoct el
he churci mI fint, Wa9s to kceep
Is, it) vital unioi witi Christ, and
f thiws union ex:sz, then wo aio
o-workvr with the )oi and Ili
e the leadur of ovory org;ai-nI'md
huirch and God is tLe Only leader
al l church triumploult,
No.v bicther Baptist:, Yo. 1, if
'ou aro spiritually hungry, and if
-ou will como to my tablo and ask
or soul food I blivo that God
it I nako mo ab to admilistor
ato you, for God gives us p;sturo
ccording to our heart for vlro
ur tre'a!Iure is the reI will your
oa'rt be W:I". Go. .'(Ies u a
ordlinlg to the o nLe:-:t (eSi''s of' the
wart aid Bo !3 oM's tho (!iu: ich,
ud( ho) i C'"-'. v a1(y and'A wai"Iw
o aliswor su i p riy(-1. 1 5 . J ) ..
ha.1 if v c]an---ch foc ! th ulced of a
aI t m. 8 *bath~ that
d il j:Poad t hro ;.' h:'
t .I y o'i (": .i ien , -.- !
~ ii' r .11 t \o li hi?. ':Ly1
0 a.cl for any <;o'I t'i g.
ow a for the m oolu ' 25 th
h11,1),er o: t hln' sp i
Art" 1'. ( t!:("Y'~ ~
otha! wA ni: .m ithnr mado
I !t .' l i
Or - llko. ,ot
( ~ ~ )V ai bIc 'or v
J, W - if K (.n w
prhap w pcj& r
findio I AwWr UBM
wa.- lii ' t 1
t1e irrur t
vinoI ist :i G' d
Y.m brcher I- nnw- un
-Iaw An' C! or;Vm)t
that *ot 1aC rf--n
.v *, ih Its .enp 'i
divinit~t fu y~ (. ~i ist l'v&
whlr.. -nten ai ~c; ''t
tnr d - -OII i a :1an ~ i
L -r'i i
a s3 xr)Ot u. hL OU
lh Ch. ' i-i -.'sC '
'Gri. the ,.. .f n a yeho- n
a il .08 ' V I U1 -
m us E.I.!!aw irist, I''c !)li
HIan re itn tha the 1tra
t that ltCrit au the ullAr
ho fashionbl)Ue i, ilr as oe
uct I.;i ~ I Rle id)' No. 2.'
Th moder and. most y f~hvoa
ar fo1r con tLiation2Pct and al lie
roules--~ toI famosigfit pill
own s Deit's~ Litht~l parly
'.G W. lelitI A1..
Was~ ' 01 tolt of ( oph ndid
non ou <l n, r ) tyi Om -i. 1 e
jr1nt aytie~iih 1) an 1hise
1ry iow o~~f (rri1an boN-.'i~
W E will continue t luy for the nex
nWe two months your old Scrap Iron,
nYout Be sure to bring weat you have
Trade beforc that timec,
W,.e have reccntly pu tImsed 25 barretls
Flour which wve vill sell from $3. 60 to
$4.75 per barrel. We keep E'read Lea- )
en, 13a&ng Powders, packagc aid keg ' la. Cof-.
fe ', gloen and parched, Sugar, 1,o I i.;ulated and
browi. Syrup, in barrels and cai
We have recently bought a nice in2 of Suu nIer W,
Ihats; be sure to get one bcfre th'e .'v p:I cver.
If you need a grain crade 1e .re to : om be
fore you buy. We contin toIC b .1y pi C-411' n will
ys give the top of the market for it
We appreciate a liberal share (fy4ur mz t'hases.
('M5 '.;9het w. ci S. C,
W ... .
t _ .. l~t_ _C_,
Ma,'soie Hall Building,
TIav'ing -i a:~ ~. c v. . ~ l entir2
s I '~. .ce you can:' .!. to m1g
deLis2in lut is not to d . h pu-bie
- unmke a
Of verythiir in my: storec ( cu an ge Lt your
sl are of the largainis.
(16 P aidl ton Stire I, - - - - -- Groouvill ',S. C.
\ 's> Ask Fr TIrad ig Sta
T T~i T-1n y-1 A RP. TS. AN
A Car Lo'td of Mcal and a Car I RS
of Mahl. WVill receivo a I .i 1.t of ~
b).'eco, -hol- enle andl( rot i od'. ' -to'8
Un e; i e k, Cal ifti. 1:a Fruit 'hy ~ . fo h
and IA i s-Me Chowing Gum, w'holo- (I.1)B:
sale aid retail. Jo (2' iil 10
A first class lino :>f cito- ' e:us f
UE!NERAL. MERCHANDISE, le
~flhoapaTheuiyody-.- ,o rdit
f l)22~.fto onrc: - y (' tores.g
IN WLET IWN-OOD
noh Dhonor, bliGod, Goodsg asD TJ'.i
boapings anybdye.h~bar-& . *'h.
A M M MORing ofal dimL'.II])r us ,cn5
Th~ ~Boltn~ Ii nUt ' up to de emor
compl-1~ tllilr~af, whten
E t 11 ,agt in .hs lFrench
Eb2IE NDf IP FTN G 1h& int mdhtra pr, icns, r
-- T FI'o lwe IM S Ac ilfND
Sash,) Dors Bil inds,.1 Floorin , I~i i
kinds. Leatherdt andt
Inak . !n a
WILL MOVE PLACE OF BUSI
NES$ TO COLUMBIA, 8.C.
WHAT I SAY I WILL DO, I
Competitors, you had as well try
to lift yourself in a basket, as to
My desire is to move goods, not
to get cash. Shrewd buyers need
no arguing. Each and every claim
made by me at this sale is just as
ropresonted. I do not advestise
something I haven't got. I will
sell in the next thirty days, tWen.
ty Pianos at factory prices; sixty.
five organs; forty-five sewing kna
chines; ton head of horses; twelve
wagons; eighty head of fine Jersey
milch cows; twenty head of thor.
oughbred Jersoy heifer calves.
The pianos will be sold at whole.
Halo price for cash. $450 pianos
for $300; $350 pianos for *2065; $250
pianos for $145; $85 organ for $55;
$75 organ for $45; $55 sowing ma
chine for $28; $45 machino for $18.
Will soll milch cows on three
m1ot.hs, note, and anyone buying
a milch cow from me, can pasture
noxt sumnmer free of charge, in the
\layberry pasture, six months,
which amounts to $9.00.
It is not so much money that I
want, as to get rid of the pianos,
organs, sowing machines, horses,
wagons and cows, that I have on
hand. I havo rented a storo in
Colimbia, S. C., and will open up
husiness thero on January 1st
l9o0. The goods I have on hand
iust be sold regardless of the cost
value to me. This is no fake salo.
I havo theso goods and stock on
halnnd, and they will be sold.
If you have got the cash show it
11 m1and you will be surprised
whIa, will buy a piano, organ and
."winig machine. A chance in a
t fh i me to . ny at wholesalo prices.
'ianos at $115.00. Think of it!
Tho igeit's co1missions, the deal.
er's profit, are all taken off, and
you get them at wholesaler's profit.
Soving machine noodles at 20
cents a dozen; 10 cents oil at 5
cents per bottle.
$8.00 Guitars for $4.50; $5.00
Evorything else in the small in,
strumeit line to go in proportion.
Come while the goods are on
M. L. ALEXANDER,
Greonvillo, S. 0.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Large drove just in fron
unose fine, young, soun<
and at living prices.
We~ dety competition in ou
Inspctionl of stock sollii(
Stables and Storehous(
GRAEENVILLE, S. C
Diuests what you eat.
Itnar t~l iciallyigests the food and aida
Naur in strengthening and recom.
structing the exhausted digestive oss
gans. It ia the latestdiscovered digest
ant and tonic. No other preparation
can approachi it In efficiency. It eS'
stantly relieves and Dranenlcures
I e fg , U91
IVY M. MAULDIN,
Attorney at Law.
Pickens. B. 0,
Practice in all the Courts.
Office over Earlo's Drug Store.
ff. J. HAYNESWORTHr, C. E. RnINsON,
L. W. PAnKnan, Pickens, . 0.
Greonville, S. 0.
HaynoeswortliParkEor & Rbinson,
Plakens 0. H., - - South Carolina
Practice in all Courts. Attend to all
business proptl- tt.
Bi*oney to loan.
DR. J. P. CA R LDi~E
Greenville, S. C.
Office over Addisons Drug Store.
X. A. MORGAN, W. F. BLASSINOAMP,
Greenvillo 8. C. Pickens. 8. C.
Morgan & Bhlssingamo,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Piokons, E. ;., 8, 0.
Practice in all the courts.
DR. 11OB3IllT IRK um
P hys aIc I an Ind Suren
Offluc it his rihlece at the K re
honie phti, naTe elye '%% ile Iiver.
Mareb 8, 1890.
C. FITZGERALD, N lOTOGR A.
pher, Greienvilke, S. C. () over
Addison's Drug r.
All work gutranteed to givo sa-tictac
Look! A Stitch In& Tillrio.
Sayes ninle. o Ag u h Tnc mlu-.
p roved, taste ple nant,) ;knLolk it) (ly
Spring and al 1 pevenis hg Deligi
and Mahial-1i Fevers. At. ont the liver,
tolncs up thle systell. Ikvrte' thanl Qu1I
nine. Guarantocd, try it.. At Diug
gistv. 5Oe. and I.00 bonitl.
Money to Lonn.
On improved farm lands i I misurns of 83(9
anti upwards. Lon. repa: able in P1inal
U1anna1 payments through a period ct ive
years,tinuenabling thin lionower to pay
off his indebtthaaoa withtouat extintitig lia
crop in any one yoer. A pply to
J. E. J3ugga, Attortioy,
oct7 98 yl. l'iecemoe, 'V. C.
Seven acres of tile laid, ll .plmaidi
condition, withinl bt lminte( Wk of the
court houso. A bargaini to aiyt. n i-h
Ing to locato hvre. Suitalble lotr lots for.
qulk tling purposes. TI-ms reaonable.
Apply to Fraic E. Cox,
nul8tf. Pickens 8.
Havo your land surved, I am
prepared with first, class instru
monts to do you a first clnas job,
and can be found at my residnico,
Alexander, S. C. or reachled b)y
The County Board of Registra.
tion has been organized, and the
books of Registration wer1e oned
on the first Moniday in February
and wiill be open n the firM M~on-.
day in each month up to v~ithin
30 days of the geuoral election for
the purposo of reaglstering volca,
WV. E. .Hendricks,
J. T1. Looper,
feb8 ff J. HI. Konanenour.
To |10-112 North Main
Over trade hna grown so we it erc
forced to move to get moreV' roon,
and have added to our httigo sioch
of Millinery, Dry Goods, Natio~n ,
&o. .A1so full line of Ladies ready
made Waists, in Silk, s'atini, Lawns
and Percals. from 45 conts 'o E6i,0,
See us beforo Luyir g and save
20 to 2C' per cenat.
Our mtt ', .mlJ lvonto and
Misses ~Ipgrs & o.
110-.112 , nsr
119 ain Street, Gre'env lie, E U
haeconstanatly on an urn
th csason, atheltetsyIsa
Ini Effeoct Junec 26th, 1898.
On and ntter Jnnae~ the 2Qth. the rollow
lng 8Olhedule willI be run over' ihe I 'ekenza
ft. if ,for the puripose of hauingtj Ireight
and PatRsengersa, vizi:
No. 9---Daily except. Sainday--No. 10.
Read Down. Mixedl Trin L& ad Up
4.20 km Lv IcIkens A r 7.50 amt
5.00 amn Ar' Ensley Lv 7.06 ama
Nlo. 12-Daily excepjt Suandy- No. 1 i
Rfend Down P'taieng..r Service IRear Up
1 pm~ LV Pickens~ Ar' 5.4 ipm~
1.40 pmn Ar' E eloy Lv 5 05 pm
Trains wvill stop- to lake on or let ofr
psgrsat the followIng~ croningse:
Ferguson4'S lis' taa Ma ulin'p,
U)epot ill be open hulr the r'eceiving
and delivory of Freight from 8 A. 31, to
We will mahlke It t YOne itt eet to
patronie our home road lyy gtthing gogg~
service and prompt pttoution,
pJ, T, ~eTA~iR. Gen.~ Mme