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The Peoplds JounalI.
. .- 1,4 1 i
Local and Personal.
-Court convenes here nxt Mon.
-D. J. Carter was in Pickens a
few days last week.
-8. H1. Brown, of Field, S. C.,
was in town Monday.
-Dr. J. D. Cureton went to At.
lanta this week on business.
-Dr. W. F. Austin will bo in
Pickens Oct. 13, 24 and 25 inclu
-R. E. Yongue has gone to
Fairfield for a few days on busi.
-Treasurer Youngblood opened
his books for tho collection of tax.
es last Monday.
-Miss Stella Newbery is very
ill and gravedoubtsdare entertained
about her condition.
-W. T. McFall went to Atlanta
Monday. He took the overland
routo in his carriage.
-R. M. Wertz is in Atlanta this
week on business connected with
the Bending Factory.
-F. E. Cox is now gauging at
Lesley's distillery which is situated
a few miles north-eat of here.
-Mr. Cecil Keys, of Fairdeal,
Anderson county, visited his sister,
Mrs. John Griffin, of this place, last
-Mrs. D. B. Wertz, of Newber.
ry, is visiting her daughter, Mrs.
S. A. Hunt, of this place, this
-Mesers. M. F. Hester, W. A.
Vresham and B. B. Ragsdale, wont
to North Carolina last week on
-Rev. R. R. Dagnall delivered
a most excellent sernon Sunday
night in the Methodist church to
an attentive CougregItion.
-reenvill's now iloctric cars
have made their appearance in that.
*.'- in7fg will
ig inl tile
--I- ra, %v icox, aiving near Eas.
ley, died last Saturday after being
con0fined to her bed ,sever weeks
-with i onsumption. Ifer remains
wer' interred at the Antioch ceome
tery on Bunday following her de
---Mr. Luther Richey and wife,
of Greenville, wero here for a few
days last week visiting relatives.
Mr . Richey, while here, did a first
class job putting in wagon scales
for the Heath, Bruce, Morrow Com-.
-.-Mrs. K. L. Oureton has rented
the Carey building and will open a
confectionery. A first class stock
in that line will always be on band.
F~resh baker's bread and cakes can
always be found there. (sake deco
rationa a specialty.
-.On account of the election the
County Commissioners will be in
aession on the first Monday in No
vember instead of the first Tues
day as is c~ustomary. Parties hav
ing business with that body will
please make a note of this,
"-Ray, the little sonl ot Thomas
b). Bradlet, conductor on the East
Tennessee railroad, died at his pa
t-ent's honie in Atlanta last T1hurs
day morning and was buried at
fluhamah church, near Liberty, in
this county, on Friday followineg
his death. Mr. Bradley is a son of
Mr'. A. J. Bradley, of this county,
and has a number of relatives and
frienids here who will deeply sym-.
patize with him and his wife in
this their sad bereavement.
--Last Friday nigh t, Oct. 12th,
about 11 o'clock Robt. W~right, a
colored schIute hand, noticed a
light ini the store of Messrs. F. B. &
.1. N. Morgan. Suspecting it to be
burglar., lie went to the Southern
telegraph oflice anid informed Mr.
33ogg,,, night operator. whereupon
Mr. Boggs sen t t he inego to in form
Mr. F. B. Mtorgan, who lives on an
adijoining lot to the store, Mr'.
Morgan isecure -i'O s d $ ouble-barrel
breech-loading shiot gun, and
oro~sed the fonce into the store lot.
foeing a light throutghi ai wind(ow
in~ the iear of the s tr, hi~le told the
tigvo to run to the front and he
would go to the tear. TVhe burgiar
hearin~g Mr. Morgan talking, blew
<ut the light and made a break for
the, front. Mr. Morgant ran to) tile
1front just in time to try to halt
hma~ he rotn away from the front
door, hut ho did not halt. So Mr,
Nforgn fieed one shot at him hit
im ,i tihe back of the head
eill n him alot mtantly. On
esa nig i prvedto be a nero
*Mont twenty-ilve years oldo
one seems to know him, On SO.
o;nta the 'urroner living so far
away, ID. D. Garviti, fll1n heldl the
inqtiest. Th'le verdict of the tIOro
h1er's jury7 was that the utiktiewit
bi.gro game to his death from a
Gonstitution and History of Chi
na, past and present, a book of
250 pages with a mal) of Chint.
See or send $1.00 to I. L. Hender
son, Agent, Picker.s, S. C.
It will surprise you to experience
the benefit obtained by using the
dainty and famous little pills 'know
as DeWitt's Littlo Early Risors.
Dr. G. WA. Earle.
The quicker you stop a cold the less
danger there will i o of fatal lung
trouble. One Minute Cough Cure
is the only harmless remedy that
gives immediate results. You will
like it. Dr. G. W. Earle.
-If you want prices that will
surprise you on chickens, eggs and
bees %-ax Be Sure to let Craig Bros
have a chance at them.
In India, the land of famine,
thousands die because they cannot
obtain food. In America, the
land of plenty many suffer and die
becauso they cannot digest the
food they eat. Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure divosts what what you eat.
It instantly relieves antd radically
cures all stomach trcubles Dr.
G. W. Earle.
-For Sale-One six-horso pow
ei Peerloss engine. Good fix.
JA.s. Ml. BAin, Easley, S. C.
STA'rE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Tbe Board of Election Commis
sioners for tho State and County
election, met at Pickens, C. 11., on
the 15th day of Oct., A. D. 1900,
and organized by electii-g G. W.
De'rr chairman, and at said inet
ilg tie following managers of elec
tion wl aIs al)Pointeud to Conlduct the
election for State and County olli
cers to be held 311 November 6th,
A. D. 1900, at the following namnedl
precinict3 i Pickens County:
Easley-C. T. Martin, J. 1".
Glazior and M. P. Rodgers.
Central-B. J. Johnston. J. W.
Brock and E, 13. Stepheis.
I iberty--S. 1). Steowort, WV. N.
Gantt, and Martin Huint.
Pickens Court louse- 0. I'.
Field, J. 1. Newton and John T.
Dacusville, (at Looper's Gin)
G. 13. Looper, John L 1Williams
and Joseph L. Looper.
Pumpkintown-W. B, Jones, A.
L. Edens and V. D. Hendricks.
Eastatoe-Jesso J. Lewis, John
W. Thomas and R. M. Luok.
Cross Plains, (at Villiams &
Freeman's store)-J. P. Fendley,
G. W. Lathem and Lawrence L.
Cateechee, (within five hundred
yards of the Company's storo)-A.
B3. Wilhamns, R. I. Child and
G. WV. McClanahan.
Poter's Creek, (at Peter's Creek
Academy)-G. WV. Grillin, J. E.
Singleton and G. C. Foster,
Niil Creek, (at Mile Creek
Church)--F'. C. Parsons, L. R.
Dalton and R. E. Steele.
Prater's (at Prater's Creek
Church)-J. M. Gillespie, Joe Sea
born and Philip Robertson.
Six M ile, (at Six M ile Church )
J. M. Duckworth, J. L. Cox and J.
Calhoun-H. C. Hunt, J. IH.
Payne and J. H. Lawrence, Sr.
Holly Springs, (at Holly Springs
Church)-G. M. Lynch, J. L.
Graveloy and Jats. M. Porter,
Uap Hill-W. B3. Mauldin, T. E.
Craig and WV. WV. Hammond.
W. M. Hester's Store-W. H.
Perry, Ben McDaniel and Robert
Crosswell School House-E. B3.
Lathcm, Elliott Williams and A.
All the managers are hereby no
tified to meetd tihe Comifflssioners5
of Election at P'ickens C. H-., on
Saturday the 3d day of November,
1900, for t hc purpose of receivinig
the boxes anid inistructionis.
Given under our hiands this 15:bh
day of Oct. 1900.
0. WV. D)orr,
T. T. Hughes,
HI. C. Shirley.
STATE OF sOUTiI[ CAlROLiNA,
(Counity of ickeuns.
By J, ni NEW R EltY, Esq1., P'robante Jmidge.
WVhereas, J1. M . Stewar t., U. C. P., md
suit to' me1 to grant- hiini le~tters oif adlminis.
traftlion of thet etate of an e'201 eeticcs of Mrs.
N .F?. P-onder.
The~ise are0ii threfore. to ci it and 1( idmonisht
all nt ui inguar thI kii t iuird and i ii irei'ltiors
of t he said Mrs. N. 1F. Pomiedr, dQcease4id,
thti. they bie aund appear before me1, it the0
C~ourt of P'roba~ite, toi be held at P.iekaens C.
H., *on the 15th day' of Nov., 1900), after pnth
hie'nt.iont hereof, at 1i o'clock int thie fore
nton, to she0w caulsi, if any, the harveIil, why
the said1 adinistraltionl should not he
Given untder miy hatnd and 50eal, this 11
dafy of Oct ., IU00, inI the l'an year of our in
Obam1orlaina's Eyo and mein Ointmen
la a certain cure for Chronie Bore Ey
Granulated Eye Lids tare Nippies, Pdies
Ecieina, Tfetter, Salt Rhoum and deald H1ead.
2N cent. per boz. For sale by druggisto.
For t.in a or na hat con,
dltion tU Ir. Cady'a Condtit Wowdern,
They tono up the system, aid cll~on, enre
loss of pa lit, relievo constp , Correct
kidne, dsrer. and destroy worms, givln
ne lie to an old or over workewd hors. 25
umnte per ytOk80O. For sale bydrgg'
fietr~oubles qickly result Ia serloe).
IBiston, and the tinan who neglects his
Awhslev fa r helth. A botl
il v~u oi Der fehet *1aud then
w~7sau ptarnanani. itrsp ...1
No Yant-Ac Trik
to i.veto 111), hollo;'dI)x, .ii huH'-'
P yInc nIl vou~ll vitli g:%*l 'I
ole -0: to) %V.o4)I It. YouI waItchV
I4 t~ hav t2 v. Iltdo I 144.4all ( I l
11 C ll p tve cjlri vol' ()V(.!i ~ i. ~\ ,III v
hat V p' i 41 'V ( ',I CI[ 11l us IN- 1;
11g. 1( uiptt, I'1(V
Nov. iq L P'iIl ~:.d I ...uiso IN4)
ri'it.1 il a ' / ' /
I c ll hic. 'vI1-N d~a.. (o.i.1.vn
and~t g4v nwt Y I I. vi cI bwi m'
whI yo cll
(lod a d " ico ilh c. l.*
ca! ~ Q U\i il
will Iory o0 unm Ky~ ku4 Vi u.1 v
ply lIove .1. eA abltshed J'; to v A ,
S.~rur C '.tu~C.otv4441.i
I. . na~ ,, 100
'I :r';lets fi pae jr will beideni
- Ia ln I hat t In-lre Is lit. least-t onledreald
'tiiae i h:t solence Is been able t
1-o inl all its stages, and that ls Catairr
11 i's C::11-1rrh Unre Is the Only positiv,
re knwnl to the medical fraiteriaty
(h11411 being a eonistitiutional disease
I a. : costitutiolnal treatineut
i ' l'ala r ni iune Is. t.ike internally
4 in-lly ljupon the blood and lmll
strfaeos of tht systemn, thereby de
I i the foilaittion of the disease
ling tho lnient i trength by build.
l - i ht e c.Illonsititiona and assisting na
I tiloing ,its work. The proprietor
m-,, nDtite, faith in its curative powers,
livy ofifer Otae 1ltndred Dollars for
:111 :wV Iin , I hfhils to cure. Seid for
I t ,v.timoni:AlS.
Ae-, 1'. J. Cienney & Co., Tole.
:; .hl by Druggist, 75c.
I. n i ' t .inily i'ils a' t, t h t.
YOUNC MEN WANTED,
w it i fair etluetion aint good character, t(
I Iron a counting tand typewritting,
Thii.-4 is etlortad by all leading railway
onT 1nis41 as the4 only perfect and reliabil
ino.1 ition of its kind. All our graduate4
a re asisted to positions. Ladies also ad.
t i<1. 'iriIe for free catalog.
rui .noens August 18th.
G x.oiR TI!KoRAPH COLvLOm,
innlliti. Letington. Ky.
That Throbbinv Headache
Wouild quickly leave you, if you
n'd Dr. King's New Life Pill@.
Thoisands of sufforrre have proved
their mansihlpss merit Sick and
N1rvouis Ieadaches. They make
pur blood and build up your
hal-nth. Otnly 25 cents. Money
Iick it not cured. Sold by Bolt &
ITho rn1ll ley Druggist,
Th- wolf in the fable put on
sit. p's clothing because if ho
( :i avkL(l oil his own reputation he
cdtL accoil)lish his puipose.
mterfIit-ers of EeWitt' Witch
u:i sale couldn't soll their
th bSS saves on their merits, Ho
'2y put theim in boxes and wrap.
m- ;I 11 DeiANitt's. Look ont for
t!:, . 'lake only DeWitt's Witch
10 -.ailve. It cures piles and
! ki diseases. Dr. G. W. Earle.
Hclped Win Battles.
T nty- nine officers and men
r+ tIrom the Front to say that
r cra C 1tch e, Bruisos, Cuts,
it nds, Soro Feeot and Still
. i ht.,ucklen's Ardien Savle is
iL.- bst. itn the world. Same for
iDurnis, tSkin Eruptions and Piles.
25 ets. a box. Cure guaranteed.
SId by Bolt & Thornley druggist.
Chineso are dangorour enemies,
for they are treacherous. That's
why all counterfeits of DeWitt's
WVitch Hazel Salve are-dangerouru.
I'wy look liko DeWitt's, but in.
tLad of tho all-healing witch haz.
they all contain ingredients lia.
to irritate the skin and cause
ud poirsoniug For piles, injuries
sk .in diseases use the original
*Dr-. G. W.t Earlo.
Sto ry of A Slave.
hond hd ad fot oryears
th -,elhains of disease is the
formi of slavery. George D.,
\ly wife has been so help.
r five years that she could
n urn over ini bed alone. After
t w o bot tles of Electric Bi t
ht it wvonderfully imiproved
11abl to do her ownl woth.2
'-ipremie remedy for female
- j uickly cures nervousnesm
I 'issi,melar choly, headache,
Kaehe, iaiutina and dizzy spells
It~%dlautd to weak, to sickly,
u i'I''ti pePlo. Cure guaran.
I iy 50o. Sold by Bolt &
T1 torley9 druggist,
,n~ons will be spent fit polli
ti. ti yaar . We oan't keep thI
'ominutgn going without mor~e
i-u411 than we can keep th
ndy.' vigorous without Efood. D~
: Ht.t it'usd to starvio thein.)'elvei
No 1d ol Dyspepsia Cure rdigest
wihat youl leat and~ alloWs you ti
&3nt. t heo good food you Want.
r'ad i- Ily Cenres stomach troubles.
Drt. G. WV. Earle.
Ta PATENT Oosd Ideai
may bo Seoured by
our aid. Address,
THE PATENt RE00RD,
> trttion~sto The ratent RlecOrd 0.0 pe nU
RIt ot: if we fv ail. Anly onie enidinug
4 1and (1 criltitonl of aDny inivention wint
nyv ieCeive our1 op1iion free conlcernling
Ii 'at1 .4ility of1 saIIe. "hlow to obtuain a
4' ' en upo 11 eg1t1CIIest. Pa'tenuts scu~red
...h h us''l adeti-d for sale it our expentse,
lnt, It0:e out thrIoughI 11s rceive splecial
1(o" wvthou)It cha:.rge, ini Tunr PATrnNT RIcoup'
:.I :tae andt widely circulatedI journal,
~ndby Moaufactutrera anld Juv-estors,
.n.d for sample copy F RE E. Address,
VICTOR ,J. EVAN8 & C0.
Evans Building, WASHINGyON. D. O.
is a g' od Limo to sow Turnip Seed,
A11lln 1000 OOCrop at Morris',
Fruit Jnrs, large lot on hand yet
oif the best machine mapde kind al
Lots of lhot weather goods tc
closeL out cheap. See the bargain
m' light Cailicoos, Lawns, &o., it
nh rt longths, Gooti ooda at bare
gina price at Mtorris'.
.Mtelh Msaat, Lnrd, Bugar, Coffee
Fl ourI tol' cash,
*Ai'Moisji can't Iebarge~ you 10
any mot~o goodsg its 1900.
A. M., MOU.14N,
Plekenus, B, C,
fe0b9 2t, ,
I now havn the best selecte
Dry Goods, No.
That I havo over had and they w%*il
go at a sacrifice and when you al
in Groonvilla don't fail to cii m
Me. Prico3 are righti and you wil
be treato(d right.
Mr. Will Loolpor, (,f U)ncuviill
is with io and will. ho glad to so,
all his iriends.
SW Cono onec o all.
N. A. JENNINGS,
120 Main stroot, Greeivillo, S. C.
Women as Well as Mer
Are Made Miserable by
Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, dis
Couragos and lessons ambition; beauty, vige
anid choorfulness soo
-- ..disappeatr when the kkc
. neys are out of orde
- or diseased.
Kidnc-y trouble hs
4?- become so prevaler
that it is not uncommo
-ed for a chJIld to bo bar
.- L" afflicted with weak kic
Sneys. if the child urir
'clste atos too often, if i,
urine sclf hflesh or if, when the chit
reaches an ago when It should be able I
control the pai sage, it is yet afflicted wit
bed-wettinr, d opend upon it, the cause<
the difficulty '.s kidney trouble, and the fire
step should 'be towards the treatment<
these impert ant organs. This unpleasar
trouble is dif to a diseased condition of tli
kidneys and, bladder and not to a habit i
most peopli . suppose.
Women as well as men are made ml:
etable wlt'h~ kidney and bladder troubi
and bNoth' need the same greal romod:
The mMW and the im medFato ef foct
|Sv~ampe-R~oot is soon realized. It is so
~'/ drugtistu, in fifty.
,cent anti one dollar
sizes. You ma have a
. sampl, bottle bymaill
e free, also pamphet tell- nloms ot BwaMp.no~
' ing all about 4t, includtag many of I
rI thousands of testimnoni~lt letters receiv
a! from sufferers cured. In witing Dr. Kiln
& Co., Binghamton, N.AY., be sure a
mention this paper.
Rncoorags beys to an stue, ,sloking. t o
In l Ic l and ri
- ote le . ' g ight,
orferoer deatlerredono -
Bo . . ch oo i Fa,. Mas
Noic to Applients fo er
plic orarn't fo*ece' etfct
Stevicens Riunty wil beh'
dueon t 9 o'4, a m
Iotder guof qto. sueitnet
sette inftil bytNo, 1 s, If...
haven't the Apfnnby forit Tal wou
tiot stle Se l at ew use5
forn Pimenna o n ani boLe
Roundest, Longest and
[ S'o.'k of
FALL AND WVIiNTER
eviel'101 Wit hil! I- '.I w Walk! of
111' Si' IIC-t1(,)I. \ ~ j uy
thI . f I q) 111 ~i 11410d to try
w:~ NNE'. Ii:ivoint 1 lit Puffict' for
VIml to) 1;1() tiat " ('l ,l ovIC Of get)
'hi n. ~. IHats uIId( Gents'
1, le '1T:!Ikd to4 ;6N.. Noll goodI
Volg01 I Fhornley
G 001) iNE'V NEW GOODS!
TIhe Iiuro lit .. 1 1 Wil . ToX my i'icketin friends who
I10c itti iI~ dy~ 'III. it. r mmA'~t~ to Ildiko ily 01u1tomorB. my
:toro im 1hill ()f
I :ml1 plvlr'le fm hu i l V; bii.1liil~l eSH bt iinvs, l( I wnuit telrdy
0110 (.f you to) emile to I-,- , % I. :- -o .n k. iy Iilr ittloetionfi. Tihe prieve
I Itll llak~iiliig t1 4 ;i ll ,' 1 41 '.1 I c b aio to Savo money~ wlift*
gettilg tOw ltll0xt -t i i
"Quic od; ff 14i '-ort Profits,"
Willhe 1)0xlricelYx 'lll 1:1 w , v . Iii :1:1. young, tho rich and poor will
aill hliy gecmls i ii. I l ii "11o C I h. ll li g priCCO.
J! )rusm ( 'molx it k i I ot.: i a'. xv. I i tv a full iiisirbrliout of DreoM Goo*
ill Blackv,1 (dliis, Ph'itit 1)1 Id ii' tqi -Iill :lily himLe amid uny ipuriio. You vll
litive to -Vo. thvCv whot . .o . :: I 1leY v i.
Thisi stok is fuin-i this ,o a haI evetr Willh the best bargaiin over offerda&
[iA splendid line f \\'orm i : r; full stock of Drawers.
.J . \ NS8.
This is a gri at i w g tho very bost goods that can be sold
for 15 and 25 cts.
I j..i > FL.\N NEL.
1 n11n prepimredto o y1') 1:. -d thanl noybodly. Sao tho goods and pid106
and judge for yours:.
r Hot weitllr uipwt, I 'i -.. , i : i e, buy your blankold and comfots
now and be really for Ih :. c I :rom 400. to M6.
- Notwitistandiinlim i l- c i 1 uon g(odi. I will soll Yng gotyg Out,
r nygs at 60. Heavy .I .w , yl. ' it. rw.
Now for my lig H Ibb N 1. i v I. talk Shosi and I lovn2 to ali shomi
3 My Shor citiloner Li 'W %, I- r I Iiit h . -oh t Shuos in right. If 4 Shd
I fail to coimo up a: icitse-I:I ;;. 1 ir' 1. ubb: ldiiist it At my store. MopA1I
n Wom1en1' anid Childiri ., I.&I, .r1,.it 1 :. - Ahoes, all at old pries", the 16W
a Nt Sho&s !ave over bIen. ("'aw t .:. . ' he conivinced of what I t611 yon.
A. K. PAK, vWest End,
Greenville, S, C.
THE AL NUIEU OF GOODS!
Packed bau'k in our .'! . :re we cannot afford to
let t hemi i4an rtan they are
to 11un' :I.( w arv not offering
We ke(-(p a en- riloMrchanlise and it is not nec.
essrry to t-ll you v.L t v.. . W caie 1 to sell goods
End pay yo I ,"ood pri* i)e(1 r u p:-oduce, such as Chickens,
lIggs, Iuc,. (ineas, Beeswax, Hides, Star
Grass, Grub Rtot:., andO d xthing that wc can sell.
rs itn Cariest,