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T Peope' Journal.
Local and Parsonal.
--For dru01' amld toilet articles
go to Ho! I & Thornley.
-Dr. V. F. Aulstini will be in
-Look for Craig Brothiers new
ad in next 1:-:'ie.
---\ll Iin:; of n( tady made cakes
at M is. Cun .1'.
--R. 11. YXngue's now residence
-T-1 workSF! Iireworks of ov
ory kintd at 1:s. CuIreton's.
-Wiheor lanas a flour
iShI ng schol at \Vol fo Crook.
-)on'tfept th,. dolls an~d toys
ait Mis Crons
-Mr~s J. f.' Newton has been
confin'd t) Letr imr for tho past
wee.k 'with pig
-Nmas ~ 111 Ie i o i inds have
con and are~ ul c. ming ati .IIr.
'-Cidetj .!. W. lan of Clisonl
colle-go was in tow V1e(lleay.
l id b1o i: in A. K. Park's
adiveli ; *m 2. .d I-t it rponk for
it u ll'.
-M1rs. .1m( . Phillips, of
Sinet, ' dinte i2httives ill the
com y C! a k
--- ul :r~b llCorbin and
oth ( I m - :1 "tigr' ' llnt
PI'S uf th- v .I miiiioun.t of
blindA o:;s 'a cu w.ht last week.
- T iii' r1 :'. sI w(ek or
two pi : I n 1 4 when the
h(:. dealers are
get Ii: Jord placo nlow
antd li m b.hi ti.OC!1O(A er.
- L. 'V. ins and fim
ily who b:ae o v:. 11 ing at Rev.
R. L.ile!: a hs retuirned to
C~o!..how rilihin andl his
son 1-iA i n r(ien ville last
week on b:c
-\ i S("v' Pl!t'kworth who
has b;,,n v n1 vville for
th last v. I. 1 ' r.d 110111o oln
- -A. B. \\ Ia of Cateecheo
was inl to : h' i-r;laV oil bUsi
jess nl u nAu no paid th
Dr. l .i* ivo Crow Creek
went, to G :Vi last Modday on
-Joh M. umudof Table
Rnd Inude t lift 0 aro a f lasll
--- . l . e erP ebek n8 18 1t
t~be ei t v t1'::' . un ) G reenville
has an ut e jolativ'es and
fitetis 1n lo'::n,1 I~t 11i'!)d 110o1n
Bat urday, t
'.-li. F( Ura 2: ' u:urhlased a
One of P ,. rM U1n, v s most po
Marre atIeridenIce1 Of the
niflic'ia.in g Il r i 0 lEv. W. .J.
- ( Gil.,n:D t !' E. .1t. Thlomias.
*All of ['c .
* ben vBiti b' r aunt. Mrs.
- Syn11me.--. In .un mb str eet, re-.
-Mrs it. i U (uhiin, of F'or
Pyth, (Li. came( h> l'ie!lonst lust
w0Il-hL I. htell Ih' fit :miril of' lir
brout her 21 t.Jir r \\ illiamis, and1(
* .--MarHil al1 the teshulonco of
34. Nelbon (' 'udir afteirnioon
theo Uth ini .,1 1ir. eunu Wilson
to Mi A; i-t '.yangling all of
--We e e nt! n to tho
ebanga of nii of I etrs lolger and
Th'iorinbry. li:.h'e ihiir stock of
W inter :-n Iu in town and11(
gt thir i j . Thy mean buisi
-- 1 .-0 n as the A\ tlanta
Cons-t ilti- n' at i '.try of Chiina,
pasiit amI 'o '- , a ook of 250
- palg(* ' wilh ma' of Chinnit. See or'
soBelui 1.10 (l I. 1, .lender'son,
*AgontI, lte e: . s. , C.
-Christma will" soon bo hero
ligain and1( i! to I 0 hiopedc that
wo, as a Chri an ni ation, will not
COnunrtetti me nt en (ofLO our Lor'd
b y dr ,Lu no ' 'evelry, But
p bas i;U hira L1 rp IA ,e d i lill
andUI~ doutl :'ol d d. life of inany)
of our unf- Wo ate f -how- beings.
Agent wont Il for thle "Life
I. 19 h itm - I | -. ih naly b)uys;
por in:-h , to 1-ill to
\\'t'lt, T1 r i n. - :-ond 24o. f or
Vhctn wr uilt m i. ni t his pnper,
Add res, J .Nh & (u. .At
4 ~ M l.(0n l.:tn iO' tdods 01
lltortgitgen~ itn 1he h-rk 's IdlicO nl'e
i'n-a iln td t) (ali andi ge*t thetn or
I r by 1 l-t day of Jaua itry tiest , atU
the d etig oerk will havit to tarkc
them 01u1 of IE Hi ilie,. Tis) will
Udltie ICE I-i It v Id iir.
-J. fl P. IRreetnad 6 still criti
cally ill. His family and friends
are alarmed at his condition.
-L. K. Kelley, formerly of hes
ley was in town last week. He is
now in Greenville with Charles &
McBrayer, who are the largestdeal
era in stock and vehicles in the
-Henry Gantt, one of the best
known colored men who ever lived
in this section, died at the home of
his son-in-law, Lewis Earle, on El
ford street this city. Saturday
,morning, akod about 85 years.
-There'willl be an entertain.
ment at Vineland schoolhouse on
the 21st'inst. Doors will be open
at7:00 p. i. Admiision 10o pio.
ceed to he used in the purchase of
a library for the school.
-Constables Grady, Newell and
McCra'vy, on Friday night,iade a
great haul, confiscating the big
Losley distillery and nine barrels
of whisky. This is a great loss to
Mr. Lesley, and his friends hope
that he may be able to make a sat
isfactory showing and have his
-Rev. R. R. Dagnall has been
roturned to the Pickens charge,
nobody expected anything else, as
his work last year was crowned with
grnat results. The only fear was
that other charges would try to get
him and possibly did, but the
bishop in his good judgment sent
h im back to Pickens and euerybody
Sp, cial to The State.
Chester Dec. 1.-The fourth day
of tho conference session is now
upon us, an, so far, all conditions
have favored the work. Rev. Jno.
0. Willson conducted the morn
ing devotional exercise. Rev. R.
R. Dagnall, as is his annual cus
tom, went out of his usual lines in
making his report, and produced
great amusement by a poetic ad
dress. which was directed to the
bishop, embodying the hopes of
Mr. Dagnall's itinerant heart. The
bishop frequently requests the
brethren to speak louder. In a
voice which would have filled an
auditorium several times larger
than this he asked: "Do you hear
me Bishop? I wish you to know
that I can fill a large church." His
remarks were punctuated by out.
bursts of laughter, making one of
the most. pleasant incidents of the
Mr. editor :-Having seen 'noth.
ing :fromn this side in sonme time
will give you a few dots.
The farmers are about through
gathering up their crops,and wheat
sowing and opossum hunting is
tihe order of tihe day.
Married on last Sunday at the
home of tihe bride Miss Emma
Lyuch and Mr. A bner Looper, Rtev,
J. E. Foster officiating. The bride
and groom are podular young peo
pie, and have a host of friends who
wish them much happiness and
prosperity through lhfe.
School opened at 01lga Monday
the 2nd with G4. R. Mayfleld as
Misses Olga and Atslnoo Foster
of Greenville, visited their grand
miother, Mr. A. Fioster, last Natur
day and Sunday.
T. E. Alexander of Piodmont
visited his old friend, here last
week. It Is reported that Mr. Al.
exander has rented ths Foster
store and wvill sooni be ready to fur
nish his friends with.a lull supply
of dry goods and groceries.
C. H. Cooper is still suffering
wvith rheumanitismi, his miany friends
1h01) for him a speedy recovery.
Mrs. P. K. Huff has been very
sick for the past week, but we aze
glad to state that she is better at
The young people of this section)
are loolting forward to Christmas
with bright anticipations.
Mr. Benton Robinson and fam
ily and Mr. Bob Jones and lamily
left Iast Saturday to try their for
tunle ill the "Lone Star" state.
Their many friends wish them suc
WlXishing the editor a miery
Christmas and a happy New Year,
"By tile census of 1900 Galvee
ton ha-t a population of 87,789,
F'amte mnen never learn the dir.
feience between education and
We feed upon what we read ;but
digest only what we meditate
Put ft good mat54 in1 any cotumu
nity and hIS- life will make hi.
neihbors feel that thpy oughlt tc
lead a bettor life than) they do.
WVhen Wesley was so blessed omc
hunidred amt sixty4Wo years *gc
he wrotei "I began tp pray with ll
thy might for thiog Who had ln a
inore e'special mangjpr despltafu I y
used tue and persequted me." D<
you know atiythinef sUch prays
tifl youl want b e miserabb~
thih shot oure*)f, shout what
Ynn liIe Wha~t ve u'tiwipi p*)
i von am what nept th ink mkanI
it id said of Wes)y. tht one of
his prnobbrs spoke sharply to him.
"Jo , 'Will you2not ask my par.
don?" said the good man. "No'
was the reply. "Then John, I will
ask yours," came in quick re.
sponse. It took grace to do such
deeds, aye, and manhness tesides
Wet boots may be readily dried
by filling thema to the top with
oats. The oats quickly absorb the
moisture, and can be repeatedly
That Throbbinr Headach.
Would quickly leave you, if you
used Dr. King's New Life Palls.
Thousands of sufferrre have proved
their matchless merit Sick Ind
Nervous Headaches. They make
pure blood and build up your
health. Only 25 cents. Money
back if not cured. Sold by Bolt &
The Auditor or his deputies will
will be at the following pilsces for
the purpose of taking tax returns
for the fiscal year commencing
Jan. 1. 1901.
Six Mile, Wednesday Jan. 9, 1901,
Calhoun, Thursday " 10 "
Central, Friday " 11 "
Cateechee, Saturday ' 12 4
Liberty, Monday " 14 "
Easley, Tue. and Wed." 15-16"
Cross Plains, Thursday " 17 "
Looper's Shop, Friday " 18
Looper's Store, Sat. " 19 '"
Pumpkintown, Monday " 21 "5
Holly Springs, Tuesday "22 "
Eastatoe, Wednesday " 23
Mile Creek. Thursday " 24 "
Pi ater's, Friday " 25
After which time I will be in
my office in" the Court House at
Pickens, S. C.
Remember the time expires Feb
ruary 20th 1901. All who do not
make returns by that time will be
required by law to pay 50 per cent
penalty for non returns. All re
turns' must be made by school dis.
tricts. Please'remember this and
if you do nat know your district
ask your neighbor to tell you.
Doc. 6. 1900. td. 8. A. Hunt.
All persons are hereby warned
to not trespass on any of my lands
by hunting, cutting timber or in
any other manner, under penalty
of the law. J. B. Clyde.
An extra meeting of the stoek.
holders of the Norris Cotton Mills
Co.' will be hold on the 2d day of
January, 1901, at the Oompany's
office, Cateechee, S. C., at 19
o'clock, M., for the purpose of vot.
ing on the question of increasing
its caipital steck from Ona Hundred
and Fifty Thousand to Two Hun.
drned Thousand Dollas.
This increase is intended for
further development of the com.
panye power and machinery, but
not to interfere with dividends,
Presid'ent andi Treasuarer,
Cateechee, 8. 0., November 90
I will prosecute to the full ex.
ten t of the law at y and all per
sons that trespass on any of rny
lands. Cutting timbar, hunting,
fishing, walking, riding or driving
through strictly forbidden.
E. 8. Gatwnw.
Nov. 17th 1900. 4t,
NoT1'ICE. O? FIN AtLB SEPT.EMENT.'
I will apply to J?. B. Newbjery,
Probate Jtudge for Pickeni county,
on the 2nd day of January 1901,for
a final settlement of the estate of
Henry 8. Couch deceased and ask
to be dlismissed as executor.
J. D. 81'rroN, Etec.
Nov. 29 1900. td.
The Executive committee of THEi
PEoPLE's JOUR~NAL, will receive
sealed bide for an Editor and Bus.
iness manager to lease the plant
and run the paper from Jan. 1.t
1001 to Jan,1set 1902. Bids receiy
ed until 11 a. mn. December 17th.
Send bid to secretary or mneet
executive comnmittee at court
house on above date.
Jons T. Bonos,
Sec. Ex. Corn.
Liberty, 8. 0. nov29. St.
N~otice Is hereby given to al
whom it may concern: Tha
Thomas Conner, S. H . Chapman
BI, J. Washington and L. H.'T
Conner, Deacons of a Baptis
church at Central, Plokens county
S. C. have applied to me for a char
ter incorporating New Olive Groa<
rlaptist church. The charter wil
be gran'ed on 20th day of Desem
her 1900 itt 10 a. m. This 20t1
Nov. 1000. J. M. S'tawAx'r
et Clerk o( Court,
VTe stockhiolders of The Journa
are hereby requested to reset th,
executive Oomnttee of the direct
or. of The Journal at The Jenre
office next Monidiy, the 9Tth inst
Iance~ will come unp.
STATE OF So.U'H CAROL.INA,
COUNTY oF PICKENS.
(In Common 'leas Court.]
In pursuance of decretal orders, an
orders of foreclosure iII the followii
named capes on ille in the Clerks ofllce.
will +elI to tho highest bidder the follow
Ing described nide on Saludav in .Janmn
ry inext, at Pickens C, If., H. C. durin
the legal bourA for sile, upon the tern
heruitiufter stated, to wit:
Calvin MclDuflie Smith,
William IIolden, et. al.
All that certain plee. pareel or plant
ation of land ly'ing being sinate lit th
County and State afoie-uld,- in lEastato
towuship, Oil Jioth tided if Big Eiastato
creek, contulniing sIx heimdred am
tweitylive [02') acret more oa less, join
Ing lands of lester M. Stowat itid land
formerly owned by 1hvld Parker, deceas
ed, itid othersi, anld kiowln an the Alplu
Barton home piace. Tertn. one :.,al
eamh on day of sale, balantwe oi a cedi
of twelve monti secured by bond of th
purchaser and mortgage of the premises
with leave tA) antielpate payment of th.
credit portion with interest oi credit pot
tion fromi day of sale.
N. A. lendricks, et. al.,
William Hliden, et. al.
All ttiat pliee. parcel or tract of lamn
lyling being slt.iate in edunity an11d stat
ufoicauld. in J estaltoo township on ens
side of Keoovee river, joiming lands of J
M. Latch, J. W. Hiead and Joub Moor
and others, and containing one iuiIre,
(100) acres more or less, slnd known ia
the shallow Ford tract. 'Ter1mis-oni
half cash, balanvo on a crtgdit of twelv
moUths with lestve to anticipate payme.i
of the credit portion. Secured by how
of -Ihe purchaser iud a mortgage of tih
premises with iitvr:rebt from day of sul
oil creCit portion.
Aleso all that other piece, parcel or trac
of land in couity an11d stite aforesail,
Eustatoe towiiship, on both sidesof Cedai
crack, watars of -eoweo river, joinain
laundi of John llead, Eliza lurph.rte,-.i
A. Moons aid others. conitaining sixt;
(00] acrea mote or lese. Terms, one-hal
cash on day of sale, balance oin credit c
twelve months Willh leave to lltlipAt
payntent of the credit poitioi, seclire
by bond of purchaser an(d morigage c
the premlies with interest fromt da1y c.
sale oi Credit pOrtion)1.
J. 1. STEWART,
Clerk of Court.
The county supervisor and comimh
sionsi of Pickens couinty will hold thei
antinal imeeititg at theiri offie on th
FIRST TUESDAY In January 1901, at
whien limtle they propose to wind up a
the business done by them liiding thei
term of two years, and to then turn ove
tho affairs of the county to theg new su
Lervisor and board of commisnsioeri
Therefore, till persons are hereby notifir
to preent their clAiitis to J. J. Lewi.
Clerk of the Board. properIy proven, o
or before Monday purecedng said 11i
Tuesday, as io claim will b: receive<
after the board meets, and claims n1c
presented for audit by the time mentlio
ed will be barred. E. F. LOOPER,
SuperI-or Pickens count y, S. C
Wttest: J, J. Lewis, Cloak
Doo, 51900. 8t.
NOTICE TO THE F'UBLIO.
All persons having tools or po
erty of any gin~d belonging to Pc
eni cour~ty are hereby notifhued t
return tbe samne to the count'
commiusioners' office on or befor
the first day of Jan. 1901.
E. F'. LOOPER,
Supervisor Picee county
Attest: J. J, Lewis,,Clerk.
Dec. 1900. St.
To produce the best result
in fruit, vegetable or grain, th,
festilizer used must contai
enough Potash, For partic
ulars see our pamphlets. WV
send them free.
GERMAN 1'AL WO1UtKS,
93 N4amo St., New York.
I~ihs', tlticos's & Tindem.
THE DEL VIDERE,
We elesys Made ased kelag Eseheklsi
-Whp Shouida't we lake eed Wheels I
4Natis Sewinsg Malsse Co.,
-e .seo ..s
This piciture is theQ trale 11:inth of
SCOTT'S 11 1.81, N IIid is onl
Cvery 1ho tle of SCOT'TS ]IUL..
SION in the Wol. which now
nnutits to 1n1,iv in illiol. arly.
'I'his grCat.hie hais gIown to
such v'ast propoltions,
First;-Becaulse the pmoprietors
have always 1b1.een ilnost catcfil in
selectingO; the valions ilgledinlts
uised inl its coilup riti"onl, nalinely;
the finest Cod I.iver Oil, and the
Second: -3ccanc they have so
skillfully conubinal the various
I illgredients thit the 1-*st posibl
results are obtit.d h its 1:se.
Third: -ec.:nse it 1:as r.:ade 0
u1any sicklyv. c" c-e cide
strong and hlth health
and rosy chik pale,
and etaic tmn
thousan ;! t t ;es o
Consu a !im
40, ~ .
N N NG
I now have the best selected
FALL and \\'INT'ER GOODS,
LADIES3 and GElNTS S1I0ES,
Mr. Will Looper, <.f Dacusvillo,
is with me and will be glad to soe
.all his friends.
ge"'Como one comotr all,
S EN. i1. JIENNINGB,
S120 la tin sin.1e, G reenvillo, S.C
:- apr't fl2U.h
Wredi elli' 11.lm
aubove kind( ntify 11% t least teu
datys beforehanid t ha t lhe lube
may131 be thor'ough!y dried.
to l'eerless e.ngine. ( I t fx.
JaS. iAl . 1 .::::, Fi&ley, S. C.
Digests what you eat.
9f VIt tfically diges then food and aids
) atuire In stren~gt~hnig and recon.
Sstructing tho exhausted digestivye or
Sganse. 10 JR te latecstdliscovered d igest-.
Sant and tonic, No other preparation
can aproach it in eficiency. It iiry
stantly relieves and permanentl
Pypesia, Indigestion,3 ~r b1
Falence, s3our lWikia~ N4a,
8 icic floadtZL be,astralga,Cramps ari
au oihr results8 of impor feet digestiom,
Until Jan. I zt
WE WILL OFFER OUR ENTIRE IANE OF
Pants, Hats, Shoes, and Gent's Furnishing (G o L, zat a
great reduction. Now is the time to get a heavy suit cheat),
DON'T FREEZE YOURSELF TO DEATH
trying to mnakc your last Summer suit do you tirow,. t' o
Big Lot of Blankets
to go cheap and itow is the time for them. \\e I:vn't had
much cold wveather lately but look for it later.
Jeans, Outings, Flannels, Cotton Flannel , Krv
Worsted, Cassimers, at
Prices that are bound to move them
Big Stock of Everything With Prices Aiways
olger and 'Thorlo
Dealers in General Mlercianlise.
PI"ickens, South (m-olim:.
' Are~ se11 .3attie .ar 2
siih oest t e est m .3) . .
A Clean, Clear (ut Stateo
with the facts to bdack L4
A. K PARK'S,
From now until Chri .
I will sell the followingo' a
goods at prices that will I L
ish the buyer. I have the g
and need the money:.
Fine Dress Goods, medium Dress Goods, Chr Wort.
ed Dress (Goods, Flannels, Flanneletts, Outings, l'e:1, cal
icoes) can ton flann iiels, sh ec t ing, senishmnds, bla ,l. n iu s
hosiery, undershirts and drawers, drecss and wo rki~ H.
Capes and cloaks, jeans pants, shoes. I si inll i u
no mani will sell you hetter shoecs for any le's mon bn p
will. Fino shoes, esairse shoes, cheanp shoes, glood iho(s, for
men, women and children.
g Every pair' mus b~ e what 1 represeont. t hem to 1 , orme- re;
funded. If you hiave never traded withl me, give mc ai rial noI d *'e con
vinced that I do what 1 advertise.
WestEmiA. K. PARK,
THE VALUE OF GOODSZ
Packcd back in our shelves, theretore we caunnet al~rd to
let them stay there any longer than they are
called for, so
We Invite Everyody
to come and see if we are not offeringr
We keep a general line of Merchandise anud it is; u .o
essrry to tell you what we have. WVe caime he to 11
ondi pay yo a g~ood prlice for your prouc, such asn
IEggs, I )uck., Tu rkeys, G eese, (i neas, Beeswax, I lide.:., 'L
G3rass, G~rub Roots, and everything that we can sell.
Yours in earnest,
The Big Se
Wil Open Oct. 1st.
Every mani, womnan or child ini Pickenis counity' is respec((tiity iniia~( .
and seeC us). You will receive Ia loriail welCconio whethfer you n v .u
buyers have beenff1 ini the~f Northeri nirket for sevend i weelmi, b uyu,
-most comfploreC line of M Goneral Merchan~idisei thiat has1 eveir bee hai 1) a
1Huying a. we fdo (for1 furl several Iarge siors) ini jobing quad.gu~,
us to sell 0our gfods als cheapl)I as 11 some mecent' buy thein.
Will Soon be Completed.
ouR L.\(E ST1OlIE will iicou ho completed auigood~ffs haive ii I. i
to iI ivf, noml will con1tiinO to como, until we are( alIe to) show tI '.*
Pickensl Countly, fonef of thei larg, *ili and ost :omletfl stfocka to 5.'.,.-t 1irea, andt~
tat prices nver ( beforeC hear'd of r. the Piedmnont sectionl.
Cotton and Cotton Seed.
D)o not. toll your cotton and cottoin seed uutil you soo us; we wi fify thfe hige.
est martlket pico for all kindo of country produco, such as Corn, XWh~eat, OJs, t'ene
Otr.. stock of Fortilir~era wvill ho comnpleto, suech ft High (rado Giuno.',, Acid
Phophante, Wheat Grower, Lime,.oeo. This line of Fortilizers is esnerha ly iadlalted
to the growth of smaull grain,. and you will do well to got our prices'befoic youI buy
your fall goods. Youra very truly,
-y s ..-a -