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The People's 3ournal
Local and Personal.
-Send ua the nows,
-Drop it n a postal.
o w o on h ! i ace's,
. h: ilwo
-Snow ilakos and graham crack.
- ers at Mrs. Curoton's.
-Mis1 Etta lBoggs of Easley vis,
hkd inl Pickens this week.
-Waiing powdor and all kinds
of soap it. Mrs. Curet,on's
-1R. T. Lewis of Anderson &
Aill was :It to see us Monday.
-Farm. st)pplies lind all kindi
of generii. IwrIh an d is at Or 'ri'
- o ciaI.go of scelcd ulo (1
--B. W. DuckwrortLh of Easo)
wias i. tou i M onday.
--M. Al. Cisvtoplher was ii
-Thoro n:as a good crowd il
-DIr. Polt i h Cccuii piVEs his n1e
reasid(ince I.earl tie depot.
--ConIe and i h etvon a beaulti
fiul or huIn'y Valhltih.o at Mrs
- ). J. Il'zunnon (Af Piedmloni
was inl Fiela:ls last Mon-1day ou
-iS sl?OsiSe Shankin ofiti A nder.
Son is visziting M ilis E4ssi I-arlo the:9
-Yo advertimt for I xamt"amvt
ination fo r teacvher's certi ficate it
-Pan.BasN11ru6ning a ma11r
het nt Dr. Farl.'s cld ditg storn
Sta i . 'lev iupply all kind3 Of
I -3iss Lat imer is visiling hei
ister Jrg. De dv
r.t 'ih- N. ooper, of Citshi
or',s \ .':y, N. ,ette ii i Monida
WWIt rv of hlorses and multsc"
- r. \ . F. Aut' i will b ili
Easloey next. Tula-vinilg and
-W.lb Etyof EOsley, mnad<l
th) .eurtnal a su s~~ilcall la:4
. Oioni set: an'd ail smts of gar
(ei ) !s, fr h aud fiino at Craig
- Miisa A'linnlin 1"'-wio, Of Duf
West, \ iited trend., in ton n las'
.-In .\gr iso'i ~:tit's rie !at weel
the (enc(ui1~r.~n ~!ins of1 inogressC
-Mrt. and Mi r e.'l. I. Tti\ku
isitte tethu b i's pa rtent M rlt
pladi2lil . W. 1u.tc lum iln em
Enshi~fl ty h r lunidny.
thu-m Th.errt .I g Ilnnis set our
.i titd itre gr(t.bLy icly. Wmit rea
onl leliiroet Ce rf-ro oughti o bt
sdmy monei iy i t, crop. oclo
-Mril. adMs .H ef
-f Bo merh Cilt, N. C.,iarte visi.
big(' ith igonner's p aikt MrI. an<y
---Moirs dit(lusi E. 1 , afic1 or
Pllcgg~ ati rt. tC ilino niti h he
husbandt, o ic tor Uogg refurni
itir etl niS lenr fttltomt (lin
wlCl l ir at Grin hurchMon
days Feiay Jhith-, at 1) o'cloel
I".Are in curtthus it teeb
bathcorg by Mr. Fnk MOy
all)I Hainti"g fmt sealC ii yea'
lyvm 1 famiia nth teo tffair therel
--ewoms fro Clerk <a hel Jh
qu itf!)to sik u o i t ifll ra
offic hori ~t l o',iii~t
- -D~. F. Pun codei fa resti
andil ond o'lk a Itiht GOiv
nedaying ini ha iline.ip h
'hirs. ic lingywb ha Ath
Anr1ie loihorb of thruI'~'f iel
-Mises Jessie aid i Sit
ton, two charming young ladies (if
Anderson co. visited the family of
W. 11. Ashmoro last wook.
For Sale.-100 bushels of Russoll
Big Boll Cotton Sood. Price 65c
per bushel. Apply to
w4 E. S. Griffin.
-The ladios of tho Liborty
3aptist chiurch will give an oystor
supper 'at tho Brown Houso Feb
-John T. pace of Travoler's
l1st, caIo over Saturday and
aind spent a fow (ays with his pa
reits Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pae.
--Gainec & Gassaway Bros., of
Central, now hnve on hid 1ic
lot of good TenIeseo 11 hol's aid
mules for sale for casi or yoo.d pa
-For ale oi reduced cash erins
225 tcrms improvel firinn land
cotton an1d 15 ner's of hoti oni, sit
uated on Soutlrn I v. 2.1 ilev
froi Easley C(olton \l ills. Apply
to C. 11. Aloxnzd-r, Pit. :en-, . C
-All lrnsindebteri to the
estate of J. P. ll. F emianl mus;.
settle at once with Annanda E.
Preiran, Admiiiiratrix or W.
P. Bllasingaio, t orney. 2
-Died on Sitla Jinuary 13th
1900, NI-. MAart ha .JohoISOn, wife
of J. W. John)1son aged ab out I hir
ty-fivo years. She lived in the
Crow Creek scion of the coy.nty
and waR for many years a consist
ent. member of the Mouint. teiol
MiTlodist church. Her rAills
were laid to rest ruesdi ay floiu , lo.\iI,:
lit' demiseO at Bethol er'eterv
MYany friends :1d rlatie nu.l
ing the obsequies. She l'.ives a
hushaml anal six chlrnto
.ROurn ker dulth who have th'e
symipathy of thel ai:.-tizu !)u t
FitO. I ]IAIL..
I will try to <;ive yo01 a few d.,i
froiml ur seetion.
Clit ing wo.\ odt )lgnul i h.d
ilg fi ats r.d Wtii.g b th -m ha.
Iu.1l tiho u-lrt of III d;.y for, tli
The weathL h e II 1S I e exc V Ieed(.
. 1 y C l ' ld u h.d. lt S( (.ms
that. Mreb Ims alci'rnd inl Janu
a.IVN t wisl I nte.
he faltor iro :tiXing along
With their o wrk nicely, I hear of
wL11o ha eelih' enno.
06 ithe 2nih er f 1tirmry Mrs.
Je nnlie Crane breathecd );< r la:st At
tit homeh o. of her sonir. Frank
Crane oho lI on Li Ile Euastatloe.
She was born inl Pickenseunv.
CJuno th a 11111h 1797., ,agd'10
year 7 months. and 138 da-ys. I b
vr as blessed with heah h t i:1a f'w
a in the Metho
dist'.church and her reains were1)
liid to s'o th ay f'oh P.lloin
ijcst'ii lemetery. She loes thre
t'on sIe totlos coftit wom enthe
amt ad pah y theili(li ehos wi.
A r W.'1. W.Aiknhs lna
or11house n is intin inmbn r
prlati to epilctii comm<it.
drin. El bugh i. from Alr. .akL.
CS ' l' t i' . A r.Ain i< he nl
suc coflgeiat aitl thelt r l"e
thncenKingi-rothershb ftt;oho 'isla
liduste riuanet ofc hi hly respecii,
ctmeglt thyiims ny from. Noth
Carlini ng hal. ndahoto
fried. stce hoscamll1o t me nih
C(arolin'. A. T. W.n. 8
DTS F'.ekl lCtI.it.\L. dc
l'nt iH. osl(y as ja-tI' rinrod't
Mrs.' KeCith~l ofas moed bck to
(''ter( twenty mbula in M,.lw
SI(la' dining, ~ hal.; siI
eduation ~'i'n -the a scoo thspel FrI
day lcle Ji'g, Can.i8.
Nbatin st abe rn ar inteeryt
'i dicusio eof' thcf rujt
\\'Uhih (ii the most. WIi d t htie lirt
1. elected: Alis I ilae lo .i Pr
,Bellrry Eartol e i\'ic<-P i; iai
Newtii o pupil me' coiginc oery
w eack toi thekbo. Pr<t3. Ra ~iih
mh encouragiceds witth theo1 ojt
(1ook. V rAll worthv01 eitin ill
atnn by lnirle teneh m.er, '
t e ot ni tib: n in, ha
, humbly Ou o yoltd ty lu boi 14r.
.t yo mlicay to henxtgeeat
Tye reula eaintionpL of apl
Mi's. Susannah Boarden wai
stricken vi'th paralvsiA on Dec. 16tI
last at the home of her soI Mir
John Beardeii, near Fair ViOv
church and departod this life Doc
24th 1900, aged 84 yours. She ha(i
been a consistent member of th<
Baptist church for 78 years. Th(
burial took place at New Hop(
clhiroh whoro sho was a member or
Dec. 26th 1900, the services beini
conducted by Rev. D. 1'. Ha1iyes
She leaves children, grand-child
ron and great-grand-ohildren with
friends antl relatives to mourn hbei
"''Ftleid after friend leparts
Who hath i iot lo.t4 a frienld?
1Ter is no union here of lear',4
That finids not hiere .nInd.
D. T. H.
From the many changes of the
werther comes changes of occupa
lion-a little plowm ) cholpping,
cltinlg briars, etc. The far mers
did iot get to do much plowing inl
danuary, but they have made con
siderable improvomnit in other
Messrs. J. B. Loopor anld J. E.
Carrick were awarded the contract
1r h tilding tho bridge at Lond
lardt's uill. The old otto has bovi
dang11erou s for some time.
Ir. B. A. Green has been sick
but is somwltat botter now.
Colds Racd lagrilppe are quitito pre
valent ill this section.
Two of Mr. Earl Day's childr(iet
lave been ill but are convaloscent.
Mrs. J. B. Mauldin is miflering
The farmer.s have begun to hatil
guano and it looks like there will
he I large cotton crop planted.
Air. .1. E. Garrick lost a valim
ble mule recently which neessitat.
ed the purchase of another.
'lhe Latheim schoolanId t lie Lend
Imdiu school are in a flourishing
con(dition. 'lie former enrolls 85
pupils w-ith nil average attetdanmce
Blorn unto Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Shoriff on the 22nd inst., a daugh
John-on Chandler has been otn
the sick list for several days but is
We will be glad to welcome M'r.
Poole in our section. le will oe.
copy a houso on M. F. A:sel'T
Miss A!hio Eichelburg-r, of LauI1
rits, has charge of thie Reulimnon
E. D. Allgood, of this section, ih
Oil 110 polceo force at Liberty.
llev. J. W. Sheriff filled his reg.
ulia r a ppointament at Reun ion t he
third Sulnday, and preached an ex
eel lent sermon to a large congre,
Mr's. Jane McWharter htas beet
s'riousliy Ill at the home ofher'son
To>m McWhorter, for several days
Waiter Couch0 h8 poswtae D
J. 'P.Piip0W section boss oni thl
Suither'n is. putting iu ballast nteat
th' rock qulalrrn,
Mrs. M . E'. Nort'is, who has bLet
on anl e'xtende'd visit to Piedmiion
rdi urtnced h ome Ilavt week.
The work cen thle Liberty e >tt oi
mill is progressinlg nicely- rT<
witI s arte near1ly comp jlete.
Huber~it, ihe soni of J. A. Stegall,
is rick w ith feva r. Bunts.
Jatt. 28, 1901.
Pr ieachtin g ovcery Snohth as foi
brxs: First and~ thItit'd Sa bba ths a
thIe llapt ist churilch at 11 a. tm
ait theo P'rcshytc'trin church iiiry
seodSunday at -1 o'ciock p'. ni
and (-verys fourt ho Sunday at 1 1
mn., Sundcay schlool 'it 1) a. mn.
If interested make a te of thi.
taind conmo. Ou r schoil is lti'ish
ing ithll Prof, S. W . O'Dell ain
M 15ss Workmn~ inl charge.
D)r. G. E,. Rohinsoni and lTen
( l oue) Smith ai'e oin the sick list
lThe gripp e is still holding on it
No vacanit hious's in town bui
ihi r'o is still room to build.
Drt. Waller Smith of Slabtowi
r etion1 will locate here soon.
liut I few townlscan offer more in
ducomntlits to sot tlers than Ibhis
evcrythuing considered, land i
chta p, t imtber is plentiful anti
('leup thelin too, we have an cti
mllil, gillnery, giat mnill, saw mllills
ais dI a cotton mill well uaudor waly
Otto thting is laickinog, however'
here', las well as elsewhbore inl th
CotyV if inot fewer', wider' and het
I l t)1 'lnit. 1.At oiveryb'iody 0?. Ci
8 1 y ci (iry laind htolder get prautt eca
und.( tal o a buinelss vi'iw Ian 11
at thle roads through his landsl an<i
oe jut what is nee'dd andl hov
ers he ol md1)11 impl'ro the01n by
littlei wcr'. thcso cold winter daiye.
If evcrybody wast r'etuiredl to iih
ut tandt~ I. e0p upj the road~cs thr ougi
thIt it' own lands it woulId ha~tet
the time for the rook ct'usher itmi
roadl packetr, then te automobil
aid traictionl aigino mny13 ciutat fig
gurn Inl this country. Thena too,i
w b1l ha9 great saivo ou horises ia It
ve; ic'Oi. C.
Thero in0 alway dager la sij
counterfoits of D)eWitt's W\itch ILe
eli Salvo, Thep origlinal 1s8 fe an10Ct
as tain ouro for the piles It is
oth1 ling and bleslutg ulvo i(
e ctos iqud all *80 isess,
A TO CNI QiCR Olt bit,
"I was just about gone," writes
Mrs. Iosa Richardson, of Laurel
jrings, N. C. "I had coistuiptioi
so h-td that the best doctors satid I
could not livo moro than a month
but I begai the use of Dr. King's
Now Discovery and wvas wholly
cur l. I by sevon bottles and a1m nov
-Sict anIld well.' It's anl unriva-l
ed life-saver in Consumption,
pietnuonia, La( Grippo, and Bron
chitis, infabiblo for Coughs, Colds,
Asthna, llay Fover, Croup or
Whooping cough. Guaranteed
bottles 650c ai d $1.00. Trial bot
tio at Bolt and '1hornl1ey's.
"'f you your lips
Would keep fronislps
Five things observe with care
Of' ,loimi you 1spealk, to whoit youi
speaik ; uld how, when' anl where.
A FIREimIAN'S (I.;-ASE CALL,
,I sttuek to My g'Iile, although
overy bono in) ow achd .111d overPy
nerv*'() w1 ra11cked .wih a ," writes
C. W. 1lan11-l'y, a lootmotive fire
man of Burli ngto:i, Iuwa. "I was
weak nnid pale whlunt any appe.
tile anai l -1n d w11. As I was
aIot . to give it, 1U), I go[ 1 bottle
fc c l~ l it' l 'itlers and ";.r king
it, 1 f"'lt as well as 1 ever did in
I ).Y I Ie. W a , s gicI 11 1W ow a
people always galin nlow li fe,
stroengthI and vigori from thir Iuse.
Trv them. Sat isfaction guaran
Itod 1 by 1lt & T'Irl riey. Price
-We want a good hive cores
ondent. in every locality not Il
eady repre-sented, LibernI ari
r:mgements will be mado wiLh the
A powerCful eigino cnnlilliot be inn1
with 1a weak )0holr, land "we cln 't
keep up i h strain of ai i-tivo life
with a weak stomach ; neithr cani
we stop the ') n 1lfl lmchinet to
man1ke o rep amirs. It t ho stolinch can
lnt (iig(st (IoighI) food to ko)p lie
hdy s ,such a pi1aa(tion1 :Is
Kodol Dys-pepsia Cum:- should ho
uscd. I t digiats w hat', youi ma -Iam
it Slllply c:ii't hel1p but. do youl
good.-(. W. l.
A21i( wlisie hyian doI mn~itoi 4on
sidelr the iaSt likt orkes o)
his ptient, blit his need. TIlle
Sa, e y be cai ts a e ol r
Erights doug lastoreinrdb
''A. I tl lm Si Q :11.(, audtho
thosoul tirvless litle workwe es-Dr.b
KigsNew Life PIS. AMillionls
are alwafys ait work igh,,t anid daly
curing fIndigestion, enBillicusness,
all oach e, Live and owelha
iNhorntey' ugI ste.~I I ll 1
ti~ linl expelmeits sh 'o ha
cul. ches ofi'~ wlo5t mays bf comd.
plutly ies by prpartio
colleoid od'l Dyppia ('nr)2 i, whill
av bntly digst w1 1~ 'wt youICC 1n)1 A
it' i h eo nl y mi b V'.7tion of a'tll
th e adfor i t,'flcul V has beuiiilcon
enl.oqros iop lh1 no a~lt
c ur..k lth very w~ons.-s of 2mdi
g<-sion Crndk il nu.way "ie insan
fTor Avhdicto<ris ~eI will i
willi in the Cou..w. place fti
theni ern o tim.: tx rieturmFe
Jan.i1' I.t 1901. Alwou )
1 i iil , WednUesa y a n. I , 1 100l ,I
Calhq on, b~ lhreay "( 13 l "'l
Ce tl, tv fe 11 Irda " 1i1i ".Al '
('al, ch8 IUe. batuayl " Ii' o (e
Cr'-os ' Plains, )t Thursday u 1 "e
Pun dino n, oyrv2
11o Spri, 8Trevay "ro~vlr t3 (.
. Etate Wedst Opdayo " i'sw"
r il Crveek.iThursay "n b 24i (1
i ebrthe ~o~i,~I~otie eire e
turn muwst bos inalo pr, chodi
with DeWitt's Little Early Risef
and thoso who use them find thei
to be famous little liver pille. Ne
or gripo-G. W. Earle.
A Warm Winter
Is not a good time to se]
hoavy shoes and heavy dry
goods. My prices on heav,
Shoes, Jeans, Flannel Out
ings, Worsted and Heav.
Dress Goods of all kinds
for the next 30 days wil
be so hot they will have to
Move Out. Then you wil
Plow Stocks, Singlotrees
and all kinds of plow goods
Botter got my prices be
o you buy elEewhere.
In a few days you wil
want U ardon Seeds. Early
Corn Irish l'otatoes, etc.
I have bought the VIy
best for Jiniting- Re
ioniber thu t I sell
Of all kinds, and deal i1
all kinds of Mill and Shin
gle Mill Supplies. Com
Pickens, S. 0
g '-Home 'Phone Nu. 24.
is destruction of lung by a
growing germ, precisely as
nouldy cheese is dcstruction
1chcesce by a growing germ.
It vou kill the germ, yoU
top the consumption. Yot
can't, according t<
VhIn you begin.
Takc Scott's Emulsion o:
Cod Liver Oil take a litti
f&n: It acts as:
food ; it is thi
ITeasi es t f oo d
I Seems not to bi
food ; makes voi
Shungry ; eat'ini
~ is comufortable
~~ You grow strong.
a . e r. Tlake more
not too much ; enough is a:
mu.'ch as you like and agree:
a th vou. Satisfyv hunpem
wih ual food ; whateveli
you lii:e and agrees with you
Whe~n you are stroni
again, have recovered you:
strenth-the gerums ar<
dead ; vou have ki lled them
if you haivo not tried It, sonc
for free sample, its agreeabb4
tasto will sur:prise you.
SCOTT & DOWNE,
400 P'carl St., Now York
50c. and $1.00; all druggists,
WVe deal in LU M RIim
D ried andl 1)ressed Lumiber dliv
eredl on shiort nii ce.j
Part ies want inig Linniber~ of th
ab)ove kinid not ify uts at least to
days beforehand that the hiuubc
may be thoroughly dried.
W. F. HIENDRTICKS &BR,
t Tlab'e MbOunitaini, S. 0,
e" IL L1 fuim -
- )ihiers his sri Vices to the
G (enera'.l Pubiilic fori build.
lng purpoes cither by the
Contract or the day. His
work is gutarau teed when
he supervisca tl.o work,
n mid he refers to is patrons
res io) his (juaiilificat ioums and
thlor'oughiiess. All persons
desirinig a reliable conitraO.
tol' or buiildeIfr will (10 well
to so hdn b~efore closing
S. B. M AN N.
A Ilean, Clear
with the fac
A. K P
I will sell the b
goods at prices
ish the buyer. I
and need the m4
Fine Dress Goods, mediu
ed )ress Goods, Flannels, Flat
icoes, canton flannels, shectiti
hosiery, indershirts and drawe
Capes and cloaks, jeans pa
no mai will sell you better she
will. Fino shoes, esarse shoc
men. women and children.
EW'Every pair imust be what I
funded. If you have nevor traded w
vinced tbat I do what I advertiso.
3eir Th e
And buy your di
The Heath, Bru<
That we sell the Celebi ated
FERTI1LJZES for corn and c
of bood and bone and animal
ter. See uis before you buy.
The Heath, Bri
TH EN ICE~s 1iv olN ilO 101'iE
fl FUR1NISIIINCS IN ThiII
ANXIOUS TO0 FIX 'EM UP
AM) SEI) 'EM OUT
WHIl Ei TH11EY 1)0 THIE
NOST GOOD. COM E AND
HIOUSE A AND) SELECT'I
W~fAT YOU AN U i
- Digests what you cat.
It a~rt ihlally dIgests the food and aildA
1Naturo in) st~rengt~bening and recon
structing the exhaust ed d Igestivyo Or
- gans. It, is thel1atest discovered digest
ant and1 tonic. N~o other preparatioti
can approach it In eflleiency. It In
stantly rolleves and1 permanently curce
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Ileartburn,
Flatulence, bour Stomach, Naue
Bick Hecadache,Gast,ralga,Cramps ana
all other results of jimperfect dgestin.
Sma1Sl la. ahlabo e a m o
Presqes by E. C DeW ITT a CO, COps.
YOUNC MEN WANTED,
with fai edtIO 10 echrater, to
Ddread 1 a nIse an tIea i tn 1
eh~ L endaok~ pb al n fl a~lw
cfto~~ si to? perfet le ls
ts to back it up
that will aston.
have the goods
II Dress Goods, Chen1) Worst
nektletts, Outings, I roule, cal
1, 11'Ss and working shirts.
its, Shoes. I still claim that
s for any les4 money than I
; I( " phoes, good shoes, for
rer)e0sent . tiI to be, or money ro
ith me, give mo0 a tii l and bo ecu
A. K. PARK,
C renvi le, 8. 0.
Ly g c d'. shoI()es
ents o. fl kinds,
etc9 Cee on-m
:e, Morrow Co.,
SWlIF]T'S;I11 k l Io L RADE.
>tton. 'hs goo)ls are made
natter, and thr(c is none bet.
ice, MorrPow co.
1.CLeaders of? Low Pr1ices,
Wo knowv yol t u~dtp-to-dato
IIlats', Dres t 88( oikls an Tfrtinnigs3
You wvill fint the v'ery latecst styles
at curi to1r0.
Wol Sca sell y a prletty Hat
aind mantch it ini Drtess (oods and
Trnimmngs for l'ss money thani
youI can buyi3 it anyVwhlere. Our
stock is compt 1tt(withI all t ho latest
goods of thel sea-- 1, and1( dress
goods of every kind1( in atll colors,
att prici that w ill tanpt [ you to buy
Wo cariry a full Iline of Staplo
(Goods5 atICI(WV the ot rk et priCC.
Fullt I tio of (Children and~ Misses
Reefers and( Jauckts,
Furs andl~ Colharelts from $1.00
We will save yu frotm 10 to 20
per' Cen)t. on1 youril purtchtases.
Yon cat, atlo(trd to buy bofore
seeing our stock.
Misses Rogers &'Co.,
110-112, North Nain stroct,
G(R EN V I LE, S. 0
- -DEALER IN
Sash, Doors, Blindsc1, Flooring,
Coiling, and Weather board..
ing, Moulding, of' all
kinds, Leather and
With atll kinds of
ENGINE AND PIPE FIT TING8.
Also Engmno and (Cylndor Oil at
Linusood Oil, Both Raw and
Boiled for palintintg, and~ WVhito
Load of Best Quality.
Givo us a trial before bttying
B. E. ORANDY,
Oickens l, 0