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The People's Journal.
Local and Personal.
-1. A. Hlagood, of Charleston,
is he:e. . -
-Fine grape, peach and black
berry e(ider at Doe-.-F;' Pade's.
-Born, unto Mr. and Mrs. Ben
M. Cliflin on the 20th inst., a.son.
--Dr. W. F. Austin will be in
Easley July 0"d and Pickens 4th
- . A. Morgan, Esq.,.f Grben
ville, was here on professional liusi
--Mrs. J. T. Taylor and chil
urien are visiting -relatives and
friends in Atlanta.
-Don't fail to read change ilu
*.he advertisement of Folger. &
ThorIley in this issue.
--Kirk Mauldin, one of Liber
ty's jolly fellows, was nn-the street.
Tuesday with friends.
-Julius E. 'loggs is announced
this week as a cand(idate for solici
tor for the eighth circuit.
--Rev. T. p. Nelson will preaell
*' Concord Baptist church the see
wc'. S-mhday inl July at 11 a.. in.
---ead Cange in the ad. of A.
'K. Park, f ':reenville, in this is
::e :1 v;!:e:n there call on him.
-3:s Red ai Sitton and b)aothe
of P'nleliptonII, visited tll
L';.%ea 1l-er in town this veek.
-- :')le.olrd people of Pieken*
ai .- A ~Ch(Iildiren's Day at
2t ;red lh aptist chureh thn
.. Wy:-' i announil '
. -a::Idhto ..>r Congress for fl
T 1i Isi )t Iet. Htead his an.
i >u:mnment this week..
-The ad. of Misses Rogers, of
CrCeville, ias been changed thiN
week v!..d will be to your interent
to rea wiat they have to say.
-Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Gresham
aid their diugliter, little Mism
Nattie May, of Atlanta, are-speud
i tlie suimmr at Tallulah Fulls.
-Jtist rev"ived a. nice assiort
)ment- ,!-' on' elega)nt per
fumes .ivi eqrncts. Cil and get
a free wo it Dr. G. WV. Earle's
.Mr. James dehvered au
'rmi1on in the Presbyto
(,I; i : sauday. He will
prewi ,at 10m1 'huzch during th<
-4Ti Iybe a beer
4;; Wm 1)1\ by Uh death of hi1f
be1r who died ht wek 'At F10.
--Fir~e (co! w(~~orth of Perdiai
tuslet powd~'ers will destroy all thi
faiem an;d other pest ini your honat
in a few 31uiutes, F~or 8ale by
lon isi dirnted tc~
0 advrtiw'nucut o.
r G[reen~ville, th i
u m. .. ? w Wrestig and mua11
b)argains aru offered to you.
~-Fifteen cett wiill buy you ai
bewkage of Fruit Preserving pow.
ders which will preserve forty
p)ound(sf of fruit without keeping it
air tight . For sale by Dr. G. W.
-Ai soon as it clears up, cleau
tiut your pig pens, etc. This must
be done righi now in order to save
thn'health of the town. The mar
thal will be around in a day or twc
ad if your premises are not thor
tughly clean steps will be taken te
Bee that you do have themi cleau
or otherwise dlisinfected. "By or
der of Board of Health."
-There will be a lecture oni
Thu rsday niighit, the Gireenville
school band may come over Fiday1
hiighut if the weather imiproves. Mr.
Juliu s F. lioggti is expected to lee
ture next. Tuiesdaiy night. TIhe
final night exerc'ises wtill take place
Snext Thu nrsday night, .Jluly then
r5th. O n Friday of thiis week fromi
.1.1 to .1 o'clock the time will bc
given to addreIPsses to the public.
School offcials, paitrous andl the
people generally are invited.
-.--Thie Pic'ke~s ra ilroad~ Is oneo o]
l.be~ best in the land! Last Thurs
dayV while the trainmen wier'e at
breakfast the engine got it into her
head to go dlown the road alone,
This tmhe did and did it beautifully
at abouit ninety miles an hour.
Bhe staid ont t2e trackc as though
a)he was part and parcel until the
hill wats ren ched~ att the B~owen over
Le~acd bridge. Then ohe gave up~
ti be chase for lack of. steam. Bill
,k ;. and Jes hiu (.remu broughi
)syhak nonta the y-rs for hom
thtz QMS rtluning enn't be (10n1 or
the P'eicken rail road t hey are ''off.''
-T'Jhea S3ummner Schkool is havin~
I ' ! A nt~ Fad proilablo session.
The Ito ho;iltr )1u b, are wtt)'orh1Ig dili
gotlyI Id thi i dru' ion is bal p,
Flr I ai hm , KC. -L. Curetoni
No.M .. Bi~roughsg~ Marle
C(t a., 1.u1i-h.e Hudi.gens, L~ula
W, JuInlik, .\y 1 RIobinion, l
; io K(irktiey, D~orsoy '. Lurroughs
mde Ruihey, Mattie Riope). Melle
Heandrixc, OlIvia McHugh, Lid it
owniMess. W. IK. 3?oul17y,
, rce , 0, Stricland 1. W
-,J. Arthur Piekel brought t
the ofliceV Wednesday, (today,) a
opeite.otton bloomi he found in hi
field 'Tuesday. Art. is a imod(
farmer and never fails to be at th
-A reference case was held bx
fore Clerk of Court Stewart Tue
day in which V. H. Aheandt
and T. I. Alexander were li
principal parties. About fort
witnesses were examined.
F. B. Thirkiold, Health In1spo<
tor of Chicago, says: "Kodol Dyi
pppsia Cure cannot be recoimoi
ded too highly.. It cured me o' a,
vero dyspepsia." It digests what y
eat - and cures indigestion, hear
burn and. all forms of dyspopsi)
Dr. G. W. Earle.
Lewis Dennis, Salem, Ind., sayi
"'Kodol Dys pepsia Curo did n
more good. than anything I ev,
took." It digests what you cat zan
can not holp but cure dyspopsi
and stomach troubles.
Dr. G. W. Earle.
Elecitosa of Trastiee's.
Notica is heIeby giveln that ; I e
6i1n 'will be hield at4 thet court hou44 (
Tulesdajv tie 3d (11y of .11113' I -.4 EC'Ih4f
). in., for t.he purpor-e of letng a I.hw1
Of iive trutsIees fIor the Piel:s 'i,
Iehool. C. E-. loiui'.
L. T. Travis, Agent Soithern 11
R., Selina, Oa., writes: "I can nI(
say too much in praise of One Nl il
ute Co-ugh Cure. In my caso it wor<
ed liko a charm." Tho only hain
less renie(ly that gives iiierliat
results. Cures coughs, colds, croul
bronchi itis and all throat an(l itin
Dr.. G. W1. Earlo.
Bridge to Let.
On Tile*slav, dly 241th, :it, 1-2 ooel
n101n, We will Jet to 11he lowest bhthl.
contr';adt to buili a bridg'at tgo 1 ioo
bridge p1Iunce, oli Salulda river. I'ln:e il
specillcatcion" cttn he Seel ait timleti all
place of letting.
E. F. I.eori:n,
Sutpervior 1ikelAes Co'
,J. E. Sr.us
fn'.28w-i-. Spri CUreaUl
G. H. Appleton, Jiitic 4f Li
Petce, Clarksburg, N. J., ays
."DeWitt's Little Early Ilisomrs ;If
the best pills mado for constipa tio
We use no others." Quickly cur
all liver and bowel troubles,
Dr. G. W. E arle.
That ThrobbIng Headach
Would quickly leave you, if yo
seed Dr. King's New Lifo Pillf
Thousanoda of sufforers have prove
thevir matchles8 merit for si:' atn
Nervous H1oadachea. They indL
Mr1110 blood( and strong IrCIves oIj
iuild ill) your health. Easy to takc
Try them. Only 25 cente. Moune
back if notbutred.
H is ,ifas was a ved.
N.wX,J& E. Lilly, a prominet c't
90 of 1'laurdibal,''Mo., laito!y hiad
wonderful' doliverance from
frightful death, Ln telling o'f '
sias "I was taken with typhoei
fevor, thait ranl into p)IOtilnoli
My't hungs b'3ettme halrdenedl, .I '.
so wea I couldn't even sit umpi
bed. Nothing helped mec. 1 e2
poeted to soon to die of Consumi
Lion, when I heard of Dr. King
New Discovery. One bottle gaiv
great relief. I contmnued to usei
and now am strong and well.
can't say too much in its praise.
This ni.arvellous medicine is th
surest and quickest cure in (11
norld 'for all Throat and Lun
Trouble. Rleguhltr sizes 50 cn:
and $1. Trial bottles free at WV.
McFall's Drug Store; every botti
YOUNC MEN WAN~TE,
with fair educ'ation andis goodt'ch': i ndr I
iilroad acc'oulntintg and1( type'wrIitin:
Th'is ish endteorsted by all leadin g ra ilwa
com1i1nliies asI tiely) p1' erfecet and' reliab,
mitteid. W~rie for frea uatalo g,
Falli termuu eopiin Anugist 15th.
A Frightful Blunder
WillI often cause a horrible hurri
scal, cut or' bruise. Bucklonm
Arnica Salvo, the best ini the workh
will kill the pain and l'oomptl
hoail it. Cures old( sores, lever sore'
ulcers, boils, felons, corns, all ski
eruiptions. Best pile cur ie on oartl
Only 25c a box. (unre guamrainteec
W1inthroj' Collcge Schloln r1hip un
'Te e'xaIIIn'at-lon for' the alwar d of vt
can lt .scvhoulartshilpa In *Whtithrop .iolleg.
andi~ for the adiion~'t of ne'w studencti
will be hlcd at thei Coun' Cout Itious~
on Fl~lay, .July '20th at 0 '. im.
App)jlicants4 musIt hot be' h'' thamti i
W : J:'A s ipa ' a gr u I .di :ip
mauking~ thle hiighest a ''r me hl - 0
T1hei' cost of lit-end.. 'i0. in di
board, furn'iishend ioomiit I ':t, light iii
wain lg is on1)3S.5' ) peri mon th.
F~or fnurther inuformiation. ainde i' eat
Rlock H1ill, S. C. int..w l.
Spain's Creatost Nicod.
Mr. R. P. OlIvia, of JBarctelon
Spa~i, TOonCgs ble wInfers at Aike
8.0. \' etk neives had caused si
vero pains in th~e back of his hea<
On using Electric Blitters, Amer
ma's greatest .Blood and Neir.
Rirnedy, all pain soon left 'gilt
Ir0e 'ais this Miand' *meoina1.i
or'ica kunowvs'liaL it cures liyor' an
kidlney troub1e, puirins the blo0o<
Itones up the stotuach, strengthier
tho neryes, pgts yhm, vj gor a))
new life into every musefo, neorv
ind organ of the body, If weoal
tired or allina YQon neod it. Ever
I For Solk' it or, 1'1 CIt h -c t
cal4(!l.44id-v ''4 . (4* s4lihilo04
thet 1'1 I t Ci (. till (A ( (~1~c it - I )v.
jeur Ifouiso of I!Rup smi ta~t '4''..
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In tl 111w;')' 11 : I :0 4 ' 1'
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1 10 101 M.A ,S ~ it.j) Il,
I ~ - :tinoInIe(e niy Caudidacy for
tI- r1 on 1 'I'hinri Congyrestsioni
bliugst primailry andt( will
the :ae. A. C. LA'rIMIIt
- 1, f :. f T. Wy.h' 1ereby an.
- n tiliiate for (ogtigir
. f- ( of Ihe voters in tihe
F - ' Ii.' :tii rer.
i. h-n !-; of Bi. 1). Garlvinj hore
I h 1-. :L (1n lblatt4 for ihe
'Viemairer for Pickens
- 1- ('m4at letion of If;e voters
- 8.1 P 111it 0r eleclion., l
'C~4 itutel I). Chapiii
mic(I hini ais a canididato
-ureri for l'icknou1 IaU
ion of Ithe votora inl
t rimIary elecctioi.
-i of E: B. Lathern hereby
a I:tidiihite for thIe onlete
I i hti'i'ounty thjetiv
t'EL lo 11 t ra it t e4.ro
i'tn itf Avery A. Jonm
ht hm ns t candidate for
i*.:AIIr I of l'ittisit llIountyv,
i t :n-t isn of tilh- voterm in 6h6
t v i!itniM of IlIt'ry W. Farri
?:I;;\ ; n -:1 e h il t .1 a enildidate
Tmieurer of I'ickei
TI Itoli' tt h o t Ion of the vOtI'S
-t itt u, mt :tr i4 Iorebytv inonineet
- - it:o I a a iti tej't for the
lt Picl'iekn oounty, tt
- - ac ti i I t h t s i th
Th W y1V frien1ds of James M.
li-.n i Irb 141anim 2unco him as
C w:m flo Coo oflreo of Trons
f ikens county, ubjoet to
r ite vOitrs i n the
T eii.:of JoseCph C. Stilb
i mu nC him as .1a candie
6~~~ - veofTeaue of Plickens
---t 14) lh e tion of thle voters
a atih, Primary election,.
I , Cl e of Corourt.
n-vtds ()f J. M . Stewart her!.
iIa candiNate for re-oelec
- eo( Clrk of C rt of Fliseki
at the :lion of th e
ilDe IJ-ate ttinar h e letion o
T o 1ne .i of A. John 'Boggs,
in rtation of ofice, hore.
- unI I b 1t ,i im ais it. cand idate
S0:o( Clork of Court for
u t subiet to the ac
v in the teno.
n VI. Edns is hoc inoun
1ainy friends as a candi
""tlhe, offico of Clork of Court
t couuty, subject to the
''' of h voter in the DotO.
~io riias of T. H. 00ec.) MuMa
I mnec hIm a.is a candidati
Iclki of Court of Pickens
to thle action of the voterit
ii nimary election.
% ti Illy am [ I'I isiu,
11 )aicki; c for
otlk)e of Auditor of
" i~ h jti the acti f
- -1 Dmori U c.1r p~iroc
* t \44 1 m ounig.-Cimif t3,
Ii (lion .f en '
- t! t IV VltUIl)eo, Iherei
- l'tt I k(is couty, tib
Itt oft th1 vIo~ters iii the
I i 4 ar lth-eti. ,
Itb b of vi'hy W MihOrlter
Io of! P(iens county,
h ' et)ittn 1 . of the oter s h
P. Field hereb
I t 41 i4: tt Itt 10 blate fo the I)Villee
''i;' vtThtdiof A.urT MtPickm cont
~';t :i',i~d-ctinofth votr ofh'
II t1I (idI'y L. D.t (fudS
I I t~fllih, nor-- idnoa cand
ti ~ 'l~t (i o f cr f yhu
'. a ii flfl(Jb he fo h
- -I' lInI f They dvrf ntht
(I' '~ ~ t~iV u1 b'ee t awon. d
Buy The Best
Wheeler - and
'Black Hawk Corn Shellr,
Best Grain Cradles,
Fruit Jars and Sugar.
WOvenf Wire Cots and Bed Spring
and all kind of Housekeoping
A largo lot of Corn and Paas.
Everythmg. Come and moo us.
11. 'Z. .M'Pall.
I how bat. thbe best usleete
Dry Goods~, No
That I have ever had anid they wil
go at a sacriAce and when yon ar
in Greenville don't fail to call os
me. Prices are right and yoa wil
be treated right.
Mr. Will Looper, of Dlacusyille
is with mo and will be glad to sew
all his friend.
?WCome e come all,
N. A. JlENNING8,
1:20 Main street, Greenville, 8. C.
Watches. Clocks. Bewing
Machines and flicylces,
rlpairod anid neow parts ordlored for
onefl. All repaira warranite~d.
parts anid fmreat oil always on
NWTwenty Yeas *experience
i the buineas. 3E you need a
3ood Wateh give or send :na your
I ha~ve some, 8eeia1 Sargainsa
J0hN T, 10008,
Jeweler and Job Printer,
Liberty, S. C.
N. B :--Pho~nogvrahand G*raph
>phoneu en4 su ie for salt and
epats,4 PVRIcainal . et loa VAntM
In The Front Ranks..,
"Wo are increasing our stqck of goods daily. Our stoqre p k
"from top to. bottom-everything we buy is of the boot q t .
"Nothing cheap or Rhoddy. A complete line of everything. Ths 1-r1."
"ost lino of dress goods in the country. White Lawns frow no to 2~"
"Blue drahams and Cottonados 8o to 25c. Pereales Lawn., Dimiitla"
"Ducking and Crash goods, all oolora and prices. A few teady utadi"
"shirt waists. Ladies trimmed hats and Sailors to *lose out cheap.*
If you need anything in hardware it will be well for yon to look at
our stock beforo buying. Farming tools of every desoription. Well
Ohains, Qow chains, grass hooks, hinges, screws, pad looks, knob looks'
trunk locks,'hand saws, hatchets, hanmmro, drawing knivel, shoe Uails,
shoe thread, tinwaro, valloy tin, every thting. Come and see.
Folger and Thornley
Doalors in General Merchandise.
Piekens, South Carolina.
YOU SHOULD KEEP COOL,
And it's easy enough to do so
now, that we have an elegant
Fountain and can serve you with
DELICIOUS ICE DRINKS.
Can't be 'surpased. Always fresh an re-.
liable, An unusually nice line of Toilet
Soaps just received. We have the BEST
CHEWING AND SMOKING TOBACCOS AND CIGARS.
And of course lead in STATIONERY, Come in mid- se
us if you don't wan't to buy anything. We will be pleased;
Yours very truly,
Bol ea "I'bor11ey.
Freemnnn Block. Vickeno, S, 0.
A Large Stock -of
.o- 1900 'ow
SPi No COODS
You will want tho beat and the freshoat. oeep me In niind And I
will save you money. I think it is *ell known to the readers of The
Journal ho visit, my stIor.) that What I Advgtseg 1 ggtu,
What I sell advertises my store.
HOW TO BUY. WHERE TO MU.
These are points that should be of special interest to @verybody.
The Pickens people would not continne trading with me if I did not
have the right goods and at the right prices.
I )O NOT MEET JR ICES, but I make them.
My 25 and 50 cents' wood dress goods can't be .egaeald by an,
The most complete lino of colored lawns, dimities, Mallinu n
organdios that I have over had. Prices from 6c to 2b5 p.r yard
Whito lawns in remnants worth 10c et 6c;
A beautiful quality 40 in. whito lawn worth 12 a at 816.
Whito piques, plain welts and fan cies, 8, 10, 12 ad 160.
I sell tho best valicos at Sc. Full weight. heavy .yard wide 8"e
P Island fit 5e.
You will find many savers froin one end of my store to the other.
ONE VERY 8PECIAL BARGAIN!!
A Pilk lusho for waixts and skirts---looks better and will outwear
an 7>c silk aI t .'i~e, ill colors,
My shoe stock is kept Up to the standard. "No mani downe Sao o
I andl my help, wIll be glad to soo you and will meake it to your in
tNrest to so us when you want dry goods or slioes.
A. K. PARK, Greenville, S.t'.
I wish to call your attention to our big stock of Men's, WomeN's,
Misse' and Childron's bhooa--Oxfords and Slippers. We ar' eI*.irig
out all our men's shoos above $200 at cost. You 0an buy any of out
$350 shoes at $275; $8 shoes at $2.50; $2.50 shoes at $2.00 Th* are
no better shoes in Groonville, no matter what the price is:
All our womon's $2.50 shoes at $2. All our women's $2 shoes at
$1, 50. These are fine quality, up-to-date in and cannot be equaled
for the pricu.
We are offering a fine line of women's at $1 and $1.26, WQU1af,
Oxford, Tip and Comrnon Bense toe. 144 pairs at 50c a pair; 72 pt
at 75c pr pair. 150 pairs at $1 a pair: aSAny of, these ae -
Worth 80 per cent. more than we ask.
Children's and Misw' Oxfords, Baudals 0 a to $100 a p 191. L.
opt assortment in the city.
Xvhenm You Come to .OreenvU1e,
Remember i havo one of the bout getialstocks of Dry goods In t0'
city. Where you want silks or satins, organdes Qr aWns, PiqWe et
percalea, shoetings are shirtinge, hosiery, gloves or eersts, we 4 ell
them as cheap as the cheopest.
NoGods Chared, W xE. i$gv
E M ainE & 00ffnA rn*M. - I .isfaahil a I