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The People's Journal.
Local and Personal.
-Didn't it ruiu Tuesday.
-Miss Stolla Nowbery is sori
-Mrs. J. M. Stewart visited in
-The war in South Afrion is at
a standstill at present.
-Road notico of valuable lands
for sale in another column.
-Eastor was a beautiful day
and was hallowed in Pickens.
-Preparations for war are being
made on both sides by Russia and
-T. L. Robertson and wife, of
Cateechoe, are very sick with the
-The first match was made in
the Garden of Edon-but it wasn't
a parlor match.
-Advortisers are requestod to
send in their changes for the com
ing wook by Friday.
-Rumor has it that, a beautiful
wedding will tako place in Pickens
next Wodnoeday tho 25th inst.
-The small grain crops all over
the county air vory promising and
a good yiOld may be expected.
-See new announcomeits of I
Samuol D. Calpiian and E. B.
Lathom for treasurer this wook.
-Born uitto Mr. ind M1rs. W. A.
Gresham, of 29 JonIs'OI) avenuo,
Atlanta, Ga., on the 10th int a
-Rov. A. J. S. Thomas treated
his congregation to au able and ap
propriato mormon in the Baptist
-R. L. R. Bont/, of Groonvillo,
has a chango in his advertisoment
on the firSt page. Ilead it and neo I
what he says.
-Capiain Finney, chief of the
Pickens Firo Company, was laid up
a few days this and lat wook-the
grippe had him.
-Noto change in the millinery I
advertisement of Misses flogors, of I
Greenville, this week. Give them I
a call when t here.
-Dr. W. F. \unstin vill bo in
Easley next Tu eliay evening and
Wednesday, and at Liberty Thurs
day the 260th inst.
-Correspondents must send in I
their communications not later
Monday morning to insure publi- I
cation. Remember this. i
-Manager Browning, of the
Home Telephono Company, with
headquarters, at Greenville, was
hero Monday on business.
-Miss Lucia Folger left Mon
day fo.r Waishington, D. 0. , where
she will spend some time visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Tree. Folger.
&-A groat many witnesses and i
defendants passed through town a
Monday en route to Greenville to e
attenmd United States court.
-Road change in the advertie.- r
mient of Craig 13ros., in this issue.I
They are offering bargains to you
and wvhen hero call on them.
--Boys, associato yourself with
boys of good quanlity, if you esteem
your own reputition, for it is bet.
ter to be alono than in bad com
--We invilto your attention to
the change in the ad. of W. T, Mc
Fall in this issue. Ho invites you
to call and look over his immronse
stock of nice goods.
--Bub Gibtap ws~s before Mag
istrate Jeni;n Monday for iola.
tion of the di o oaary law, Jie was
represonteb by W F. Biassingamo,
Esqi, and acquitted.
--Don't f.il to r'oad charege in<
the adveriet of Folger &<
TIhornley this week. They have ai
pretty line of Sprin 'g clothing and I
you should visit thior stor e.
-.-Attorney Gon oral Dellinger has
tabulated a at ato~mn t showinig that
thern have been 1 ,-10 murder' trials
in this Stato the out sero~n years
and only 470 convictions.
--An exchango truly ays: "Thmei
time is coming when a boy will
have to chioe:e betfween a cigarette
and a job. Tho boy who smo~kos]
cigarettes is not fit, for anything.
---The editor of the Clinton Ga
zette announces hounmolf as a can
didate for matriimny, subject to
the action of his girl and the old
folks in the Domcratic primary,
---By an not of the lat'.-y depar
ted General Assembl~y It js now un
lawful to erect a barbed wire fnce
within fifty foot of a -public road.
The penally for the violati :n of
this law is %0O,
e---Rev. L1. L. Inabinoett has been
very ill with lthe gr'ipplo at his h--mo
at Porter post di: -, for (ho past
three weeks ain. coumld not, moot
his regular appointmenmts the Sec
ond and third S5undays.
.-Somihing of interest in tis
issue is the change iii advertise.
mont of Dol t & TJhornley, druggistu.
Their store is up-to-edato and~ thoy
keep only first class druigs. Don't
forgot theilr nio .eoda fountain this
*--.The Liberty Township singing
association will moet with the IRe
tinion church the fifthI Sunday in
thia month at 10 o'plook, Let all
inesof museta oome an4 hbu.n
-Marriod, on the 10th instant,
it the residence of the bride's
rather, T. W. Cochran, of near o
Piokens, Miss Mattie Cochran to 1
Rev. Stewart T. Irvin, of Lincoln, t
gebraska. Revs. Daniel Avery, of
Ienn., and R. B. Hayes officiated.
L. T. Travis, Agent Southern R.
R., Belina, Oa., writes: "I can not r
iay too much in praise of One Min- t
ite Cough Cure. In my case it work- c
)d like a charm." The only harm- a
os remedy that gives immediate I
-orults. Cures coughs, colds, croup,
ronchitis and all throat and lung
Dr. G. W. Earle. -
-Anthony & Keith, the new
norchanto, have on hand now, a
ull and complete line of dry goods,
otions, stationery, shoes, hard
vare, chewing and smoking to
)aoco, etc. The are solling their
Foods cheap and when in town
give them a call. 9
-Simpsonville correspondent in
kuderson Intelligencer, 11th inst:
'Two of Dacueville's charming
roung ladies, Misses Josie Robin
ion and Jinie Philpot, have boon I
risiting the Missos Simpson. Mrs. -
r, I. Williams, of Pickens, is visit- ti
ng her daughter, Mrs. J. H. Simup.
on, jr' a
F. B. Thirkield, Health Inspec. I
;or of Chicago, says: "Kodol Dys
>epsia Cure cannot be recommon
led too highly. It curod me of so
rere dyspepsia." It digests what you
at and cures indigestion, heart.
mrn and all forms of dyspopsia.
)r. G. W. Earle.
-The voters from all sections of "
ho county are anxious for candi- t
lates to annouuco themselves so 0
,hat they may carefully investigate e
jualifications and fitness for of- y
ice. This is one year when the n
)oplo are determined to smash all a
)olitical slates and defeat all com.
)nations of candidates. t
-Capt. E. H. Dagnall, of At.
anta, arrived hero Thursday last
iud was received with a warm wel
:ome by many who knew of him t
)y reputation. He is very old, but
S jolly and pleasant. He has
ought in threo of the late wars and
ho people of Pickens are very
roud to have within its gates such
an honorable and distinguished 9
-R. M. Stewart, of Piedmont, *
ormerly of this county, was here
ast week with a new thing in the 0
vay of a cotton planter. It has a 1
)ox attached to a wheel that runs "
n the furrow, and the seed are
trooped about fourteen inohes
part, (about six seed to the hill).
rtuu can also arrange it to drop n
orn eighteen inchefs apart. This
a a good invention and a great t
abor saving device.
--W. B. Anthony', agent and op
rator of the Southern~Railway, at a
aley, was here on business Mon. f<
lay. He is one of the telegraph c1
trikers on that road and says the il
trite is still on, though the trains
re running on time. An agree-' w
lent of seome kind will be reached B
'y the operators and the officials in
very short time. A strike in the F
outhern states is something very Ri
'J.ho ney;t Union meeting of the a
Irat division of the Twelve Mile si
a8soclation) will be held with the I
Iriffin Church Saturday and Sun- o
lay, 28th and 29th, inst.p
Meet at 10 o'clock a. m. Satur
lay, and devotional exercises con- g
lucted by Rev. J. M. Stewart,
fter which the Union will be or
~anized by electing officers.
SUBJECTS FORl DIscUssIoN.
Whlen a church member is ex-| A
luded is it scriptural for another.
hurch to receive and biaptizo him, c
f not, should the Association re- c
am a church in its organization
,bat engages in such practice? By l i
Rev. John T. Lewis.
W~hen a deac~on is excluded fromC
church and afterwards restored
o membership, should he cor~tinue a~
.o exercise his office as a deacon I&
in less the church special!ly author- b
aes himti ao to do when hoe is re
'tored. By WV. T. Bowen.
If one church member sees orh
cnows of another being guilty of o
m~y sin or transgression, is he jus-.
ifiod in brinig ing a charge against (o
iIm before the church, or should o)
io pursue some other conrea, if so,
svhat.? See Mat 18th oh. 15th, V
lfath and 17th verses, is this
criptuire practicod by our church C
mombers? By 0. M. Lynch . r
llow can we knowv that a person
vho professes Christ is truly re
onerated? By Rev. 13. HIolder.
I: Mark, 13th ch. 22(d v. being
rulfilled or not? By, Rev. J. E.
What should be the attitude of
Batptists towards those who errone- j
>usly teaoh and practice scriptural C
1ot'ines and requiiremenits? Bly j
I. P. Robinson. (
Meet Sunday morning at 10 a. E
ca., devotional exercises conducted ..
by Rev. A. J. Manly, after which
rifteen minute. tala~ on Sunday C
taooo topies, (the mubhject to be so. J
locted by dhe spoakors) will ber
nade by Prof. W. P'. WVyer and J.. I
r. Taylor. AL 11 o'olock Rev. B. t
[. Graudy will preach. The after- c
ioon to be spent as the Unionr
Let evorybody In reach of Grli, 5
Su lay down their Wofit 0n $8ttv, I
(14y ,i4 00o$$$ tQ tlie Union inoete d
To Mule Raisers.
I offer tho services of my thor
ugh bred Spanish Jack to the pub
ic. Can be found at home at al
imes. W. T. Bowen,
April 5th 1900-w4.
Lewis Dennis, Salem, Ind., says
'Kodol Dyspepsia Curo did mi
aore good than anything I ove
ook." It digests what you eat an<
an not help but cure dyspopsi
ud stomach troubles.
)r. G. W. Earle.
I will sell out at Cost for tl
iext Thirty days, Dry Goods, No
ions, Hats, Shoes, Hardware an<
I will m11ov3 to the John Crai
itand by the Poitoflice and wil
invo to reduce my stock. I wil
1l1 out to any party my Grocori.-i
f you would liko to go into busi
10s nlow is a good chance to got V
J. A. SHEPPARD,
aprl2w4. Easley, S. C.
G. II. Appleton, Justice of th
Peaco, Clarksburg, N. J., says
DeWitt's Little Early Risers ar4
io best pills mado for constipatiol
Vo use no others." Quickly cur(
1l liver and bowel troubles.
>r. G. W. Earle.
ALUABLE LAND FOR SALE
Two hundred and fifty acirx
iore or less, ono and ono-hal
alle from town of Pickons, nettI
lost. Known as the Barret farm
'here is twenty acres of fine bot
>m land on the waters of Twelve
,iile river. The up-land is adapt
d to the cultivation of cotton an<
rheat &c. There are good tono
lent housos on pu. lie road witi
,11 necessary convenioncos.
For further particulars apply a
The s (cond division of Twelv
1i lo Union will meet with the Pra
3r's Crook church on tho fifti
unday and Saturday bf-ore ii
iis month. All churches belong
ig to this Union are reque3ted t'
mnd a full delegation. The pr
ram is as follows:
Saturday at 10 a. in., introduc
yry sermon by Rev. B. C. Atkin
1st. Are all Baptist ministers do
laring the whole counsel of God
not who is responsible for the
ickedness of the people? By. Rev
V; C. Seaborn.
2d. What is the duty of a churel
regard to the poor of its commu
ity? By Rev. B. C. Atkinson,
8d. Is christianity growing bet
r or wvorse according to the teach
igs of the scripturen? Bly. J. A
4th. What should be (dono witl
.'mombeor w ho subscribos mono'
>r pastors salary or any othe
burch purposes and fails to pa~
10 same? By J. E. Gillespie.
5th. How should we treat th<
orldly minded in our churches&
y WV. N. Boldmg.,
Missionary sermon Sunday h)
ev. B. F. Murphroe.
Ev. WV. 0. SEABORIN, Moderator.
J. E. GiLLEsPIE, Clerk.
Size dloesni't indicate quality. Be
are of counterfeit and wor th les
lve offered for DeWitt's Wito!
[azel Salve. DeWitt's is the onl,
riginal. An infallible cure fo'
ils and all skinl diseases,
)r. G. WV. Earle
tate of South Carolina,
County of P'ichons.
In Common Pleas
chu C. O'Dell,
In1 pursuanee of an order of fore
osure made in the abovo statec
weo by 11011. IR. 0. Watts, Pro
iding .Judlgn, on t he 23d dlay o
[arch, 1900, and on file in the
lerks office, I will sell oni
Saloeday in May, 1900,
t, Pickens court honso, dluring th
gal hours for sale to the highrs
idd~er, tihe following describot
.oal 10state, towiti
All that piece, parcel or tract o
nd( ly ing and being in the coun I
f Pickons and Ftt aforosaiti
ithin or near the corporate limit
f the towvn of L.ibenrty, c'ontainlinj
no hundred and ten (110,) acim~
ore or less. It being the land Oi
!h ich the defendt l then l ived.
Terms cashi ci. day of sale. Pur
baser to pay for papuors andc fo
ecordinlg the same.
J. M. Snw~ArT,
ap~r12 10. Clerk of Court,.
k.ro grandl, but Skin Eruptions1 rol
fo of joy. Bucklini's Arnica Salv
uires them ; also, Olci, Runinii1i
pd Fever Sores, Ulepr's, Boib
'olonsq, Corns, Warts, Cuts, Burms
truises, Scalds, Chapped I1 ands1
lhilblains. Best Pile Cure or
lairth. Drives out >alins and aehei
)nly 25o. a box, Cure 8uaranteoC
told by WV. T. McFall.
"I am indebted to One Miniut
)ough Cure for my health and( lift
t cured me of lung trouble folow
ng gIlppe." T1.housands(1 owO thel
ives to th.h prompt notion of thE
eCver failing remedy, It cure
oughs, colds, orouip, bronchitis
nloumonlia, grippe and throat an
ung troubles. Its early us~e pr<
onto consuimption. It is the onl
armuless remecdy tht gly jmnie
Jr, 0, W, Eal
A - )J4 j J 1IM 3.
The ImnIIy frieids of B. D. Oftrvin here
bi annonnee him as a eandidate for the
'fN v of Conty Treasuirer for Pickenls
coilty, tubject to the action of (lie voters
in the Deinoeratic primary eleciu.
The niany friends of Samuel D. Chiapian
r res.'Petfully annoiouc hinai as at cantiltlatev
for the otice of Tr.eeain rer for Piokenis eoi
ty, subject to the action of th voters in
the Denocratic priaitry election.
Tio imay friends of E. 11. Lathem hereby
announco hiin as a candidate for thi. oiee
of Treasurer for Pickens county, milbject
to the act.ion of the voters in the Demo
erat.c prii.ry electiou.
For County Su:peis or.
The many friends of 0. P. FIeld hereby
noilltie. him i .a cand'idhte for the olice
of Conity Sopervisor for Pl'ekens Countty
st.bjc-i to ih action of t he voteri in tbc
I LDeniveratic 'rimary eleetlon.
Th nan y friendt; &.f L. 1). (Bud.) Stu.
, pl-enls hevreby tumo14tites h1ilin a<; at canldi -
4 1htte for the offllc of Supmrvisor of Pick.
(,nts coulnity' sibject to .11u t ction of tihe
voters in the Democratic pIimiatry.
The imny friends of John W. Thoinasi
respectfilly announce hiitsn a a en taidiate
for Shorif of Pieckenm county, subject to
the action of the voters in the Denioeratic
The iany frientIs of Bentz. B. GiIstrap
hereby announce him is i canididate for
1 the oflico of Sheriff of Pickens county, .4u.
joet to the action of the votera in the Deino.
cratic Priinary election.
It ::14 [V 7'0, 7
is a food meCdicine for the
. baby th is thin and not
A well nourishzd and for the
- mother whose milk does
riot nourish (ie baby.
i I is equely good r th,
boy or g 4rl who is thin and A
pak an1 not welf nourished i
L *y Chr food; also for the 'el
n-mic or co-nsumptive
-a i( ti ng flesh
n fd, for all conditions
a is Che food
C vz th . i nourish
and bu!id up the body and
vI new lif.C and energy
q when a!! other means fall.
Should L klens In su.mer as
wCll as 1t-Inter.
So. and .oo, all druegists.
SCOTT A BOWNt., Chemiss, New York.
$100 Roward $100.
'The readers of thi paper will b1o pleas
ed to learn that there Is at )cast oiedread.
.ed disea.o thai slcie has boet able to
- ein all its stalges, and1 thatt i8 Catarrh,
enre known to the miedical fra ternicty,
Catarr h being a Ooll-natutonal dlisease
SIidli'ils (utar.-h tune~ i tken IiternnhI~'
. l-in:g directly ni ou thec blood and umnt
conls surfaces of the systeml, thuereby det.
stroying the lonmbiotion of the disease,
and "givingY tie paitint sitrength by biuid
ing uip the const-ilittion andiu aisistinw lna
tore in doling .its wo, k. Thle piropriotora
havo so mu~chI faiithI i Ci erat i poer,
thazt they ofrer Onie hinnmdred D~ollars for
any3 ease t he t ii I.mih: to enir. Senmd for
li-t of testhnonhusi.
Address, Fi. J. Cheonney & Co., Tol1e
cF'Sold by lDruggist , 75c,
J.B, R. FREEMAN,
FREEMAN & HENDRICKS.
TO THE TRADE:
I havo iust can'se to be proud
rand very gr'ateful, too, for tho
liberal patronago given thme old
firm under my managomeont.
Now, as I havo undertook to
run to businioss singlo and
alono, will try by square doal
mug to merit a continuation of
y'our good fav'>rs. I will still
carry a full line o'f General
Mechland ise. But for thme
necxt few weecks will ma~ke ai
specinity of Shoes of which I
.havo at tsplendtid li ne. LOok
ilh rough my Ii no before you buy13.
-I mingh t ravt yo 3 so me501 mone y.
J. B.R. FREEMAN.
lDhrk .Bros., &
MnI )ufacturers~ and Deler in
Mr~b!0 and (Griainte Mon i
Don' you wvan t a nice cemn
etery or residence fence? We
set~ll the best Wrought Iron
Do you want a moniumient or
- 'tomhet.One? WVe sell cheapser and1(
a furnish a better class of work htun
-anyone else in thO busineOSs. W~e
-sell anything in marble or Granite
r from a small vaso to a soldiers or*
S sailors mIonument,
a We have the finebt line of de
signs and samplos knownl to the
ans~wereid. Yours for business,
QLARK BRO.I, & 0O.
118 M4oIeo Avetut,
A house full of nico furr.i
ture and IHousekeeping goodh
A house full of Stoves
Wash pots, Kettles, Bakor'F
Ovens and Wheelbarrows:
A lot of clothing choapei
A pretty assortment of Chi
naware and Clocks, to givt
COME TO SEE US!
TV. 1. .M'Fall.
I now havo the best seloote<
Dry Goods, No'
That I havo over had and they wil
go at a sacrifice and when you ar
in Greenville don't fail to call o
me. Pricos are right an yon wi)
be treated right.
Mr. Wijll Looper, of Dacusvill
is with me and will be glad to s
all his frionde.
*aiF'Comao one come all,
N. A. iE NNINCS,
120 Main stroot, Greenvillo, 8. 0.
Watches, Clocks, Sewins
Machines and Bieyloos,
repairod andl new parts ordered l0:
sao. All ropairs warranted.
parts and fluest oil always oi
?4Twohly Years oxperiono
in thusiness. If you need
Good Wadtch give or send me you
I have some Spooial Bargnain
JOHN T. B0GG8,
Jeweler alnd Job Printer,
Liberty, 8. C.
N. B :--Phonographu and Graph
ophonies and eii es for sale an<
relpired promipil, Let your want
our mind naturally turns to SpriniP
3yts aend men begin to think about their spring suit and
Clothes . hats and dress goods. Our storo is loaded fro top to boL
ladioso of "stuff." All kinds of Fancy Dross Goods, Iawnl'
- ILadies hate trimmted a
toim With thi is Silks and triiings. -
Dimitios, Porcal Aual our lino of clothing, Shoes Hats and Genf,
untrimmod. As i. sonpleto in ovory detaile
Furnishing Goods is vorything, and haven't the space hre to
We handle almost e -vould like to, but come to see us and We
you of half the things wo
endeavor to plonso you. '8 Truly,
Ibolg r Trhandise.
ainl.. a cbens, South Carolir
Doalors in General Mt.
YOU SHOULD KEL
And it's casy enough to do so
now, that we have an elegint
Fountain and can serve you with
DELICIOUS ICE DRINRS.
SEiOOAK31rh. O'.f 3T3r-x'xg g
Can't be surpasscd. Always fresh an re
liable, An unusually nice line of Toilett
Soaps just received. Wo have the BEST
CHEWING AND SMOKING TODACCOS AND CIGARS.
And of course lead in STATION ERY, Coio in and seo
us if you don't wan't to buy anything. We will be Pleeed.
Yours very truly,
:E01 d "Iahcornley.
Froomnan Block. Pickons, 8, 0.
Beforo Stock Taking
I tusually take stock about middle of Fobruary. Are always anxious to
reduce stock as much as possiblo bofore that time, and in order to
do th is, for i t d oos not, pay mo to carry win ter goods into spring,
ior tho next 80 days I will offor special inducements in
p~ric(s on all wvintor goods. This will b)0 the oppor
tunit~y of theo season to buy Wool Dross Goods,
Flaninels, Jeans, Underwear, Blankets and
heavy Shoos at munch lower prices.
than you will buy them later.
Call at my storo and I will
provo to you that it will
pay you to buy now.
A. Ks Park,
O reenrille, 8. Cl,
Somec Great bargains For the
Pickens County People.
A large Nowv York Cloak House has just sent us 850 capos to close
utfor themn. P'rices 95c, 1.00, I.25i and 150. These capes are really
worth from 50c to 1.00) oach more than we ask for them.
-Jeanis, Flannels~l and Blankots at last year's prices.-.
Our 124, 15, 19i and 22c Jeans are not matched in quality and
price by aniy dealer in the Piedmont section.
Ot her marchaLnts aro trying to buy some of my 12kc, all wool, Rod
Flannel. T1hey cannot do it. 1. koop this bargain for my customers.
,Jutst think of a full size, heavy blanket, white or grey, at 50c; 75
and 1.00 buys a FINE pair of blankots and 1.50 buys a pair that will
Second large noew stock of Undlerwoar. Socks, Hlandkorchiiofs and
r Notions just received. heavy grey or wvhite shirts and drawers 25c.
each . Beautiful, finn floecod und~ershiirts and1( drawers at 50c. each.
Good enough for any one. H-andsome and fino embroidered and hem..
r stitched handkorchiors at 5 and 100. 25 dlozon initial handkerchiefs
6.t 5c each. 10 dozen isilk initjial handi(korchiiefs at 25c each. Blest thing
fo't the price over shown in Gireonvillo.
Shoes and Shoes
Nearly every one solls shoos, but Our Shoe Trade has increased
wonderfully. Wo are solling three times as many shoes as we did last
fail. People say they get goodI shoes hero. I have just received a big
Slot of women shoes, made expressly for me at Lynn, Mass.
a A bang up good dongola shoe, in lace or button, head and spring
r heel, at 1.00 a p~air. A fine dongola at 1.25, heel or spring, button oi'
laco, also ini cloth top. This shoe is worth 1.50 of anyones money.
Course overy-day shoes, All Solid Leather, 75, 85, 1.00 and 1.26 a
pair, Surely good honeost goods.
Ask to seeO t he '"Mountain King," a high top, oil grain, D. S. & Tr.,
shoo0 for men at 2.00. Tho best shoo, you, I or anyone ever 8t.W for the
Wroe~ lso show as fino line of ladies and mns fine hoos as anyone
in Greenvillo. Come direct to this store, We ahtays have a good
warm firo for you to sit by, You are welcome to make this store yong
.homeo when in Greenville,
soa Uaed Wme Fagan,
QQorner Main & Qoffeo Str'eets1,~ __ QGinill1e,. .&