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The People's Journal,
Corrected weekly by the Heath, Bruce,
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--Dr. Austin will bo in Pickons Sep.
tembor 10th and 11th.
-Miss. Marie Folgor, assistuat inl the
Graded School is sick.
-1orn unto Mr. and Mrs. Mono Hayes
on the 31st uit., a son.
--Road resolutions of the County pen
sion board in this issuo.
-Mrs. L. D, Stepians, wife of the
Supervisor is still quito Hick.
-Johue Stewart after soveral wooks ill
ness with typhoid fover is convalocent.
-Mrs. James Stausell near Ambler is
quite sick. Sie is attended by Dr. Bolt.
-SeeN olice of tUnion Meeting with
Oolenoy on Saturday before ifth Sunday
-Mrs. J. F. Banister, of Cateeclice,
reportod quite sick last wook is improv
ing, though still in bed.
-Cadet Cleon W. Mauldin, of the U.
S. Naval Academy, is at home on a leave
of absence for one mouth.
-Monday was saloea.ty. A few tracts
of land were vold at encouraging prices.
A fairly good crowd attonded the sales.
-All poison i having books issued by
the GrenviIho Club Library are reqnesit
to return name at once to Miss Hollinig
--We print this w'Ok a I imuel3y it aId in
teresting comiunication anent the pro
posed Soldier's Hmll by Mr. J. C.
Stribling. It presents the subject square
-JoherySizmorn,ol.,died at his Iome
north of Piokons Wdneslay mOinng at
1:30 o'clock anid was h'riai it Co]ld
Springs Colored Baptist clinuch Tinars
-Mrs J. 1). (1ureton lis moved her
stock of goods niId is now doing batsi
n-83 in the M soie hiildiig. J )rop in
look at her (hiCo 'olleion of su st an
tials auid novelties.
--Wo hav. roeivel 1900.1901 e Iia.
loguo of Winthrop collego with annonni
cenuot 1901-1902. It i a iiat ho.ok awl
slpaks interestingly of tho thorough
work of that high grado inslittitit.
-lien P. ( aiiiis Same cotton stalk;
that masutire 7 feet, and ci ve 1hlls,
blooms and foms-Ia ilecordingly. lIe
wants to grw heilm 10 feet and have
somethling geti inn to show at tIlie exoi
-The Picken school opened MoIloiy
witla fairly good prospects. Prof Ieiv
in considerite of the chilren 1and(1 wvill
take all necess try i-en mit ions beari ng
uni their health. lIe is assisted by able
and pi its taking assistaits, and the good
work of the school nvr promised bet
--The following from "The State"
will be of interest to Pickents people:
"The Rev. A. W. Wa'ker, ant aged 11n,1
hiigh ly irespeted member of thle Soth
Caro-lina eon fere'nce of the M. J'. churi chi
nth, (died yesterday- morning in the in
tnary at I ih Epwortih orphanii .ge, iaftuor
a n illness of several weeks.''
--l. A. B. Chastsain of Ciistaini kill
edl a r:itt'esntake lait week whtichi mea-sur
edI six feet in length and ten inchi(s ini
ciracumufereuce. John Chanstain, of Chas
tain, eon Sept ist also killed eleven r-attle
aniakes all of which were near onehi other
a1nd (on the 29.ht of August i. M. H ath
ntear the same plaeo killed two raittlei
isnakes. This is a r-ecord bre.'king
anake killing time.
---Marieid, at the residcetC of M. F.
H,-ester- on Senuliy Oveninig, the 1st inst.,
lir,. Medicus F. Day to .Miss BetssiC
R~obinaan. All of Pickents. M. F. Hecs
t w-, -N. P., in htic usual polite way per.
for-med tha mar-ringe erlomony. Mcdi
enls is one of the jolly fellows the boys
totught so much of in camps who shontl
der-ed his gun ini tht defeinse of lais (cn
try in lid 5. 0. V. T. Comp:miy ",
and inivaded Cuba and thor-o stayed un
til he w~an honor-ably dischar-ged.
-Ona the 23d of August last, death
aent his angel intto thte home of M r. and1(
.Mrs. R. L. Iarris anda took their hittle
dIughter Essie, htomen to hteavent to he
withz heri sister- and brtothn r who land
goneo on before.
The~ll little ribs are empty now,
The little clothes laid by;
A mother's hope, a fattti-r's joy,
In deatht's cold1 armat dotht lie.
Go, little pilgims, to thy home.
On yondecr blissful shor-e;
extended accounit oif thle senr-h nitor anid
capture of one Wilder-, a negro charged
with the outrage antd im udr of Mir. J. Mr.
(iddwll nena' Shtermian en the maain itne i
of the Sherman and WVhitoesboro road oai
F~riday 16th uIt. Several hunidred ma-i
joined in a systematic searcht for lhe
neogro wvho was found after conisidetrabhlt
trouble, TIhoe SteritY Look lhim in la-and
buat wias afterward-(s iniducted to sturrendter
him to the enirtged1 caowd, noting thtat
resislanee wias useless. Thea negr-o waS
tied to a tree and quantitiesof abler- antd
wvood piled around htim and t he torchl
applied, hte was sullenu and made buat few'~
atppeatls to his captor-s even whit- 11wh
flames were ttoing their work. It ap
pears that te crowd1 was orderly I irgh.
out and whten I ho woik for wvhich theic
bad assembled was liinished, qietly I dais
PRICE OIF C'TT'ON TliP..
A matter of keen intere'st. io htomtt ftlk
is the ineas-intg scareity in thle saupply1
of citton ties t hrouighitout the cotltoin
growintg State4. Unkl-as early relief hr
forthcoming they catm be had' otnly at a
-lpromuimi. Ttio priict ini Savanniahi
which is the distribuntintg station for a' I
tian last of the Missi-4ssippi, hias gene
horo~ St.05 to) $ll.5.
This shtorlaigo in one of the frutits of
tho stoJ strike, antd can only ond when
that is eoliad olY. ft appea(tdrs that thce
Stool iloop companty's mill, now closed
bty the Amalgamated nasociationt, is the
larg.'st manu~tuitr-eo(f c tton iiio. Thr
are0 other tie mnil-onot in Ohio, twi in
Georgiar and one att Pitltburg, buit 1the
combined output of the~so caniiot mtotr
ialhly help the sitnaitioni, and tie factor to
ha reakonied with is the probability
which points to the early shuatting do,,wn
of the mills at Youngtown, Ohio, an-d
A muarrige of interest to friends of the
contracting parties throughout upper
South 0 rolina wias solemnized at half
past eight o'clock last Tuestlay evening
in iho iPrrsbyterian church it this place
when Miss Aurio Hollingsworth of Pick
e8 was united to lr. Jenos Fuller of
Ninety-Six, South Carolina.
Tho ceremony was performed by Roy.
,Thoas H. Medd, a)stor of the ch ureb,
assisted by Dr. W. A. Rogers of Or
angebu rg. At the appointed hour, Miss
Lida Hagood preithng at the orgail,
the con t ractiiig ,,, parties approachod
from the ventibile, precedod
by Alaztor Lloyd Smith and Miss Attrie
I1ollingsw'nth Lincaster bearing a bask
of flowerr, whleli were st.: owu ill the ipath I
way of tho bride, 1-aving entered by wiy
of the left aislo followed by the bride and
her damo of honor, her stor, Mrs. R
FrankSmith the groomi,vintering hywayof
the oppo.'ite aiislo attel. d by his broth.
er-in-law and best man, ) Sinttor J. to4
Brice of Yorkville, S. 0., all in unison
with) the inspiring st-irainsof 3Aenel)0sohnl.
Positions8 were taLken iear the chan1l
whii ill beaut.iful aiit ip1o)piaO t wr'dls
the bighi se rviets ive'e, Consumiimated. I
wias an original and impressive euremony,
the bride and groom kneeling during the
invocations; one hos ntifil featunire of (Ile
ceremony being the iiut nil 'tiehang( of
handsomno w0tiilig ring"s. Aliss I olling
sworth11 was be'con ingbly gowied in a
bridal costuio of crep tio chive will
appliqued designis Of fleuir do0 ]is ove(r
taif'ota, and gracef Illy veiled.
The Croom wore the regbiltion fuII
The chaicel of the chI(uch was boanti.
fully decorated w ith ferns and pot phnts
Contributed by friinds Iind ast: full' ar
rangao by Mirs. T. 11. Melv-.
Mr. Fitler is a gratiuate of Wollord
Collegn anu also sof Vin
<lerbilt, University and halis just complet d
a post gppradiite course.l it Chicago .ini
I lo is now tilling I tho respnsible cair
of Fiiglish an11d Fr.. [Ih in I ienidrix Co!
Hlo is a1 yongmim of .l'gworthl
and persit 1 )eigy.
As. Futller nm1he'r; lor fi1 hv
the scor. S i s a ! y:n1 V,-na:ml who-4e
la n o n il i -!o a 1 :. m ns wIU
no!th - it, r a1 fltl g h! : 1. a i Inl 11, r liv
inm i't i
0hAt 11hi!; d is Othe o n ;:- - ..
of t I I i . I o Iu 4l t h - ' I
I s'. t i(ute,
e-.I~ ~~ :po vp - . ieof he In ad
Ill , :'i'lf i4)nH* l.- s i . th iiii)d izr t
l~ Iilv I I 'S ) '1 it I~iiioltn u
st . utsiiti n I i I , I I h o mr :e
quanln- . 1 :0 1 'h - wumb
iv -i )III . -A I by- I h. hm-lt . mIv
Pit t w', I I' it. I u;,1 a 1 t, c I' ro)L'l I\vi )or
CB()\,\'ld40 H iRE k lId~t
h di c ani m vA 4 iinieiin t-h
lio. .wl i NMt ,.l ; Irilgo, f r ,~ Yor1j
iitilitor p, 'l.t'\ont inhea of u (1 iitgnwood
InOfx ('01)d4 membert:t I)s of the. iomdate
fai, rs.t O'Nel 4'f ,iringlanhe an111(
Mir. :11td tor. Fulflet wi! aO t om le,
Cnit way, Arkanss, atf'tetr etiptembr
CRO I C' rIEEN. W
WTher tisiW Ci)4 noeteilsati o o pral
1i(e nlaw ('ei~tan wastt manifte i the(a'
TVilfnna tui i nistn) 14))iti in 15 1 reeece wito
corpot io 1nst and itlill Sothk tro
laws1 havdbee ito ranthere ispose fcapita
lass corptorations inst-ai nout iC riagtiui.
l.nins r rta in ts but t ts h ~ shoul
be invited Ciidtoeahfoh and44 operatoe oei
bustines fo tha thw onl'' geit, thl beno
fici1 atl i reulls. 'Theyiw shou'ld Int c as
favor Sale tovcoriponitn i s ii inilah'on4I
utnd onseisn. CaIt ulems tust thate1.it
('ait unwise lin our14 iilegoisain o repital
the'i onw isemping hotto mils anryar
sae tuha l nyd too souh, thereforatwo
shouhi hol iut an initingt hand2xt : totco
iiau polith iniment Aof the0 140)
manI) ad ie rt' 011 )ion teet i44) i one fou th
l;es notion mi!N1) inSths 1Caroelina) fohan
tour nlegsh Ie the huemre is ooluchsy
paithy ii fo he . h 4iing4 poorI tIn aiiinot
ino g or (114 ca iiial. 'jhyaea r ih ,
and chrhs Capita )l sjus a s depend.))
whon te i'sl4in-i hot h ar4e. tshi4
wh m n: i is as~ narrow : s4f a1 'h -l 41nt
ling.'.le study4441i:~ pesna policyam
noth i1'ad )-l'v- il I sieliic o .ovrt1
tiooal pit 0ieiin our S44tttiAr the pgo
Iittues and) OOt candida? If we me forcedi(
rsopliinyitll ngct. 10 4,(est )ne wohoi
mind aforda the roe itiie o luakeO 'i'if0!)
man'sto pi Jo'' in t eU.m.' tC l )
toll mills. .Ile wollI t onv t ilt i ti1
d elgai o v ait hav ani fttl it faii
fohe goo de i itrovenwovnt ot'.m
Jornrw. Theacprint iscphtly. conde
.toulfr vditol (If vier dipntery inw
V onr paogmne mi1, lpn
CHEAP RATES via SOUTHERN Rwy
CINCINNATI AND RETUljN.
Account Aunual Convention, Na
tional Baptist Association (colorod), Uin
ciati, i., Sept 11th, to 18th, Southorn
Rw'y announces rats of one first-olass
fare for the round trip from all points
on its lines to Cincinnati and return;
datos of s:lo Sep 9th, 10th, and 11th.,
inal limit Sep 20th, 1901.
CLevKLAND, 0, AND iETURN
Account Anuial 1 neamitpientG. A. R.
1. Cleveland, 0., S) 10-1901, South
ern Rw'y announces extremely low round
trip rates from till points on its lines to
Cleveland 0, and return.
Following ron id trip ratos from points
named: Anderson, $1.65, Calundon, $22.
40: Charleston, $25.10; Columbia, $22.
45; Grconville, $20,60; Spart tinburg $19..
65, atud coirespondingly low rates from
other points. Dates of sales Sep 7th, to
lith., iclisive, good to return leaving
(Clevelind not later than midiight Sep
15th, 1901. fly depositing tiokots with
Joint Agent at Cleveland, on or before
12 non Sep 15th nid payment of foe of
50 cents at, tinie of deposit, an extensioin
of final limit to aid including Oct, 8th,
1901, mntay be secured.
For detailed information call on or ad
dress any 'igent Southern lRailway or
WV. 11. T.AYiE, A. G. P. A.
CII E.%- 1i rA.S 'ro Nourona, VA.
On nccoulit of the meeting of the
Concatenated ordor of 1loo Ioo, Nor
folk, VI., Sept. 9th-13th, 1901, Southern
titailway will sell round trip tickots to
Norfolk, Vit. and return at rate of one
lirst class fare for the rouid ti ip from
all stations on its lino.
Dates of Hale Septmcber 7th and 8th,
iiimal limit sept. 15th inclusive.
Southern Itailway best line to Norfolk,
through Sleepiog Cars, Ilotel Dining
For detailed information as. to rates,
schedtles, etc. cal on any agent. of tle
Soutern taihay. . 11. Tayloe ,
7sep A. 0. P. A., Atlanta, 0Ga.
TO TL'USTEES AN) TEAC lAlS OF I
It ailords m pleasuire to linnouic e to
yoiu that tihl state Superintoident of
Eclhie tion, ion. John J, IMcMahain,
Will conduct the coiunt y Suunniieiir Scilool
which will o)11 i at Easley, Mlonday,
',- pt. 2, 1901, at two o'cleck, P. M., aumd(
last uiir weks-twenty-four dbvs.
liv wvill bo akssisted by Prof. D~omi
niek of islevy ( raded t-ehiool h11o wvill
give instruction in (ieograplI3 and the
Scientce aiid Art if Schiool Maiiagement.
Miss ('aroi lint ( uigiIard will have
charge of the Art DpI itmiet.
The St ito i Sperintiedenit has chai1rgo
of the Stale Suiim nier Schools bit does
nto leaicling. III this Coiunty le not oil
1y is inl charge but InioiS A AIrr 01'
-raE .: n nisO. We would suggest that t
Trustees iiiglit close their scoIol nId I
allow tho teachers the opiortunity of at- t
tending as a matter of conrtesy, respect,
and hionor to the head of thle Depart- 1
imoeiit of Education of the State.
Teachers ar notified that " Renewal
of a certificato is forbidden by law unless
the teacher attends a Summer School for
An examination for Teacher's Certili.
caites will he held at Easley on Saturday,
Sept. 28, 1901, on English (1ramainr,
(icography, and the Science of Teaching
-the branchos taiught in the Suminmor
Scho l --and at Pickens on Monday fol
lowimg oil Arithmetic, Algebra, History,
and Roading. This will be the only ex
amination unitil February, 1902. D1on't
forget tl.is-it is impllortanit.
WV. W. F. UlII(G HIT,
CJoiuty Supt. of fEducation.
A SHIOCKING CALAMITY.
"Lately befell a railroad laborer,"'
writes Dr. A. Kellett, of Williford, Ark.
"'his foot was badly crushed but Buck
lon 's Arnica Salvo quiickly cnrod him.
It,'s sim ply wondeci fl for Burns, Boils,
Piles. andmll skin eruptions. .It's the
world's chamipioni healer. Cure guaran
teed. 25e. Sold by Bolt & Th'lornley.
A NIGHT OF T'EllitR.
"A~u fuil anxiety was felt for the widowv
of thre br1ave General lhirnhaam of Mach~
ins, M~e. , whien thme doctors said she
would dlie fromt Pneumionia biefore morn
ing" writes Mrs. S. H-. Lincoln, wiho at
tenid(aliher that fearful night, b~ut she
begged for1 Dr. King's New Discovery,
whi chi hadt mince t han onmco saved her life,
iind cured lher of Consumption. After
taokiing, slhe s'opt all night. Further use
emntirely cured her.'" Th'is mairvollous
mnedici he is guaranteed to cure all
Thr.>at, Chest and Lung IDiseases. Only
50) s:iot SI.00). T1rial bottles free at Bolt,
& Th'Iornley drug store.
Mr Editor- -Allow ine to speafk a few
words in favor of Chamberlain's Cough
IRemedy. I suffe'red for three years with
bronchitis and could iiot sleep at
nights. I tried seve-ral doctors and var
ions pattent medicinies, but ciouldl get
nothing to give me any rehoef untilmy
wife got a bottle of this valuable mmeh
cine, wvhioh htas completely relieved me,
-WX. S. Broekan, Bhiagnell Mo. This
remedy is for sale by G'. WV. Earle.
Josh Womthafer, of 1Loogootee, Inud.,
is a potr man, but he says he would not
be wiit hout, Chiamiberlai n's P~aini Balm if
it cs4t live dollars a bot the, fir it saved
him from being a cripplle. No Ixtirnial
application is equal to this lhniment for
stiff and( sw~olleii jomnts, contiacted muis
eles, stifif iiock spriainis anul rheumatic
and muscular pains. It has also cure'cd
numeiirous cases of par tial parailysis. It
is for salhe by (G. W. Earlo.
STOOD) D)JA'.L'Jh OFF.
E. It. M undaay, a lawvyer of Heaanitta,
'Tex., Onc o fooledl a grave digger. 11(o
says: "'My brother was very low with
mn:dlarial fever anad jandlice. I per-sund
ed hmium to try Electric liitters, an id lhe
was soon1 much b'eilatter, buiit (continuiedl
their use until lie wvas wholly cuiredl.I
am saure fEleia liitters saved his life.'"
Thliis remediy ox pels malaria, kills d iseaso
germs nad ~ pur i thle b hlo; aids d iges
tion, regulates Ii vir, kidnaeys and ho wels,
citres conts'ipation, dyspRlepsia, nerIvousl
dliseases, k idnaey. trouibles, fenmale com
plaitinis; gives perafoit heaultlh. Only 50c
at Blolt & Thornley druig store,
WEATIlIERt NOTES F1ROM 'TII h- IJBl
Durintg hao year 19001, 5 feet amnd .1 ini
obies of rain fadll, In February 1900
theren wer 1(0 inclies. ,Junio w.is next
highest, 12.841 ince felh. U)nring 1911
2.94 itiehes in February lowest to date,
highest to date for August 15.07 inches.
For the seveni months oIf 190)1, is 5 feet
1 inch. Creoks over-Ilowedl in every
month except February, 7 titmes dutrinig
August. to 26th. Rained hora 19 days to
date durtiing this~ month. Some places
withini 5 mites mucht more raini lias fallen
during the month.
Miss Maggio Dargan, daughter of
Profossor Dargan who onoc had obarge
of tho'Piokons 8011001, is visiting Miss
Mr. and Mrs. John Stephens aro inl
Oreonville county this wook oil a visit to
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Bolt of Anderson
County visited their son Dr J. L. Bolt
at this place, Friday and Saturday.
Mrs, Wi. S. Hinter and 1 cld.
rein of Soneon aro visiting at the homo of
Maj J. J. Ltvwis.
Misie Ollio King and Fannio Sitton of
king, Andorsoni county, and Mlr. and Mrs
1). J. Cartor of Atlanta are guests at the
home of Air. W. H. Ashmore.
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. 11. Medd, of Eng.
1.y, spent the early part of thsis weok
wit I friends in Pickeus.
Mli.ss Cora COhpinan, of Mica, is visit.
Ing her brother this week.
M-s. Claudia Colema is visiting hor
parents, Mir, ankd Mr,'. P. D). Curoton.
Mr. RobI. Halembo of Catecheo. is
Ivisiting Mrs. '. C. Jonls11n.
''liere ate numbers of gnow.'s ill Es
eysA gates whio.se nIalles aind hlddressos
your11 wril has been iable to learn.
Miss. Mattie. Tribble, of Atlanta is
% is'tin-g friends and relatives in Easloy
. Tylo hs gone to Laureis to
hu11ta w lolle. Wo are sory to lose
Mr. T., imi 1ust vo will get sm01110 0110
ua h; sito ad.
Ymlur ('1ToSpollo-it, has been 1)joyinig
hiiimslfr1 lurn- shooting aid lad some
iiil good ini 11 1 8Y noting about thle
hmo it( the tbe
Mr. 1 Seve Smitith is the ch111pionl 'wa
(er mlon ii wr iI.i in tliM setioni. 1[1 pre
genlt(ld y2Our w'4rib1 wiIti a forty-polild one
Penvaw. :1.md grapoes are polenifull and
I~il 10a WOOhi(',
we ha~ve a feast. (N(;. day' in thle week,
and.& as (ihe S -ying so s, "'we live soer.
davs in the W "
i l r n:l. s ' i st o14 1 p44 (r4gr silig
. i She 'a Ith lhiir4g( St.'h ol that
;11 twa tibi phre ill some timie
wh1ic'h ' w. Io lrh r as a teiclher.
( sr . i n -1 in e i I-- re on t,
: n .e -f l' : m the b1ll r. m j
1!'i:ha w%. w i mn : )hi nt' (Ith ivi f4 p -I o ohs
or' a i;Cmp (4 1."(n t 1rn will bjeii sOMO
h r1 :lrn w!- b:<: t'oi t fr4 .
T1 - ill i : (;.uI r-n lett rel eived
th e :mi : al d (llie pa .1 h-m the State
:d t - r.themelves to
na n .hi,- 11n-1 0(, O thcir. wayV.
Ai t io i ibet ar too
minnif rnis (to menltinl.
The doitOrs ar by attenigot oult
of tow n pattienlts.
Th 1'.1, y was st.rit d the 2Is vit.
J. P. Smlithi i-S having at dwelhing bulilt
near t1h bretory.
The walls of the baIk and Skelton &
Tmin, mat si. Sheldo & lSm)-titha, a:ll
briutk building, will soonl b completed.
Nevmsnd lots hiave chaised ht Inds inl
town this year.
Thlere l., sen built and uidr way,
about tvwluty d o llings and1(41, buttil.e's
hllctd.hs ycINO oar, besidosi the fi(ai
(ry buiildings. Ye.t ther, was never
such:-I a('el fo hs roNom
Two skeric eaes 14th Prestler id
c hrt yeostrdIfall, Rev ted t1 V1 a.lf
a. ndo 'Re Atagy a 3:15i t. m.ly
Aulust he 2I 0,tir a1k9wl.ed .s
guilt from4 tis ouned1tyi ntiver cei
Theiw "Kalty(fth Flyer' ri ed upvo'
by obbs 41 las(t)1igniy wekan passlnges
owtere I relv e f3in cash, tl ~ the~
My~41 neghor5 . tM.1141t( unerl, was0 i'
Ibt worsot of ll, onht' thee evenin
kilngI her aferads e eaut1a
guil. and was'r burned11 tin the Indflian T)')er
4i1or. north ofll th4 aRd wiorh.51 i
C~lioltn i 4 peni g cly, wel o t'~O.11(
out8 our44'l fis b(4de1 nex41t wook) Thei lre
m4' ims on4) l the iis bal~ tc Vallev View(1
was14 (4115.0 tl at 1 Gainvilslel kSn0.00.l
A11gus1t: 130, 91.(f$5) lehr i
j'he5)5(4 avlerorAmercan iaccording ao
Dli~erry (11annettiisi')1i assurelypspor-,th
ou. l ownsl~ at farmititi worth 3.50, on
whij~~ih ItSei i ortgag- of1 ' $I1500.4 Vlad
his yearly, itcm 14 abouti l)45. ] oseireos
he~i~ hs 44450 i vihvay toc andli onds-i~~t
and 1on deposit44 in a44144 1avng bank in avoal
posssse other proper411ty.g ( incldin a(t,
7valul tf whih' t i resen i t ~'s:il vno t asy 1t
|l'timat, 1"as it wl. purad arvor4W al 4
(I' yars1ag, a)mt Infbite proi's 1.01 His(41 ontiro
and. hisi' an[nan t inom it4, on~t an411 (Iferage.
1lhout 14750. ii proper(411tyis asssse aItlil
aboti: 404iper' lent, g its true4 vaiihe, and
be: pays hteb Ionting. 'ti14,0,o
441T44 CU.4rE l( II FOltl (HOif C 413
4oing to bed, amilso ari of w Alate, hotd
f'a ide, driv Mke a' regl thbit oftis
giae tib e tInred wihot (the11 use~l of.an
medhitn . When as purghatieh iis requir-e
A' 45 N1 D DIA h a 11tok wooes, 11
llthat in 1teeiing a1( (ilong bice.ti
sany t. ('L. Taglrif ui Ain Hilbany,' rad
dely wi(th d111(iarrhooa,1 IOa vih an bu at
giv u the~'i4~ tipy whe 1)d~it ardt oif
tiat 1(14 t'lela dy ofil Chrin's 0113lie,(
Cholera.4 an(., d rry (1 Reo. pr
chaor a bodtte ndloo to dosost take
befor lstartingtand ond theruTb.
lued mor, Sl by . W. Earlo
An American Disease.
DR. S. WEIR MITCHIEL is au
thority for the statement that nerv.
ousnesS is the characteristic mal
ady of the American nation, and
statistics show that nerve deaths
number one-fourth of all deaths
recorded, the mortality being main.
ly among young people.
is the.grand specific for this great
American disease, because it goes
straight to the source of the Weak.
ness, building up health and
strength by supplying rich, abund
ant food and pure blood to the
worn-out tissues, rousing the liver
to activity and regulating ali the It
organs of the body.
"The Michigan Drug Co.," Detroit, Mtch.i
Liverettes the famous little liver pills. a5c.6i
Por 1.'4114. by IN .
NOTICE OF 8TOCKilL1l
M1 1-1,ETI N G. m
Notice is lereby given thait a meeting
)f the stoc(1o'deirs of the Liberty Co,,
on Mills will )e held at the olliee of the
omipany at Liberty, S. (J., on Tluirs1.
lay the 12th dLly if September, 1901, it
1 O'Clock A. Ml., for the ur)p1o)4 of
*onsidering tilh 411114sionl of issuin41 1g thr1'ee
imtidreil and fifty (351) shares or prefer
ed stock inl tlio par valuo of $100 ich.
l'his nlotice hals bmen auth1oriz- dl an1ti
lirectoil by resolution of the Board of
)irectors ofi tihev liberty Cottoll Mills,
m1d the ilii 1esollitions :11o 1reby Illade
1 part of 1i0 o41tic' Il ar11 1s4 follows:
ltesolved, 1. 'Th1:at the Pres. not Te,
m inls(1113tr(cti) call it meiting of the
tockhhl0ders of 0.4e I tily Cotton Mills
or 1ihe pm-pose oIf c4om.iderilig ihe is11.
llg of 351 shIare of pr4efelr I Sto814k, ill
he par va'luo uif 100 dloIu's ('m-1.
2. Thait ilhe picferrvil stok ei Itite
0 1 cuuielk.t. tiiloi of 7 pr1
Vil1 perv IIn'un 11.
3. Ti'at thl 11b11-111rs of prefered41 1'4ek
ha111 1ve-1111 rig1h11 at any111* timell w h11
enl years to exinne hir preferi
cock fmrv i idlm1n 2e t he ill sa(me
I lloiullt, i'r up1w Sullh Ixvi4ige til-y
11111 hobe entilil lyto hright, )twiv
leges iaal tlitidends' a< ite col mmg ioll
toehi ohh-r'.," 11u t1el 1,b4 -1r1y 4 1 ta1.111
lills reserTves the ri01t Ilat any ':m11 atfter
ive yo~rs, aI( before1 theo exchantige, to
etire the preferlred stocki (,I any pa1ri
hereof, as8 1he (lieeIrvtors s1all elit, b1y
aying to th h10hler of prferred to kif
hie fcieo vaille tlierotf, with IIIIny u nplitl
tivl) 1 itt i vo Iivicoinds (4) (hte of such1(1
1. In Case of' ~lididation1 at anmy 1in1 l
hto preferred stovck sha:ll hmvo prefeor- tni
110 oVCr t1I2 cOm111o11 Stoc4k, 1111 is to
-ty, the prefoerredI stoc'k sxiill be pid ill
1, 1 together. with aill un1paid cul'i1,ve
lividnlds thereonl) before to palymet i
111tdo to conif11 sto l 141c1k.
5. That prefer-1re4d stoc1k sha1111 ll beit.i- No
led1 to tilil iameltl Voltilg priviloges 11s c14om11
6. That, o.ich st Io kholder (i the4 (o-.
>aiy shall be (ntitled to sibscribe tor ill
11s pro rata share of sltid issiue of pr'fer-4,
By order of the 1 loar'd of I). rectors4.
Pres. and1( Treas2, ILiberty Colt mi litlls.
is always caused by
bad blood. Remove the
cause I Improve your TI
blood. How? By takc
Sing the blood purifier
that has stood the test
fo tirty years
SIt has thousands of
Shappy friends. Quart f
Bottles sell every- "
where at $i.
"THE M1CHIOAN D)RUG COMPANV,"I
Liverettes for Liver ills,
(I The Famous Little Liver Pills.
"Knowledge in Power,"
The Pickr~ns ( baded Schiool will re
MONDAY, SEPT. 2, 1901.
The manaLllgem1entlo e.1111(very reso to101 I
expec2(t an1 1 unusua1l1l1 prosperons session1.j
Imprj~o vements3 on441 1 bi hi ing.
Ainmple and1( compej)(tent (corps2 of teach.
."or fut 1131 lfornl1ition~ 02111 on1 IoI 2adtiress8 ji
W.T E. I:ND)Y, )
HICK ENS RAILROAI) -
No. If0. S.\T'A1IO'S. No. 9.
Aluid Alixed. .o
101:401 a ... l yj . ickeIns A ...2:55 p ml
10:45 a m1.......Fegson's...2:45i p m
1(0:55 a1 m......*Parson(I's.......:3) p mI
11I:0011 a m.......A rinil's...........1 1)11
Ii 1 a m.......*Aahin's.....2:21 y11m
1 1:15 a m.....A r I'1asley Iav..2:15 p ml
No. 12. . AIOs. No. 11.
4:00p m ..Iv. Pikens A r..... :40 y
4I:05 pilm.......*Foguson1's....... 6:1 p mn
41:2(1 p il..........Ari ll's.......... :1(0 P m
1:25 p~ m......*Alaulin~'H.... 11:15 y (m
4t:0 y m.....At' I'saal(ey I.....0:1:01 y1m
All trins111 daily except Bulay.
No. 10) (onniects witth Sothernit Uailwa~y
No. 1) Connicts with Southernl IalIWway
Hill Side Plo
In fact anything you want in
:mts, aid the prices arc right,
Big Lot Fruit Jars,
(;Ct our Prices bef<
LT A SAC
)\iIg to S( InI it-pI1ropIl l e(I I;t .I- , ill
ri'iages, Surreys, Buggies,
At an Absolute
il 4 4r 'tock is n'4lue i. D-m', ta.e our W
e- nti h41 e b lie ' C4
Harness of alk a comi . Wer ,:
k (lite . i4 1 wc.mln f-1r se'Illng v litles of :
S, p 4ii ill 1 4) proli .
The -va4 o rml . ill4 r-4s i1 p i4ty
. 1itemember,1 wo 11:1; no1 ho)11 ',1. or (elei
4)4ur OWn1 \V 'll;. \W e w\ill --I; nt n1 1g .\ v
I kiill I .it -lit to :ill. W h Iitn i I I1t-.il
44 444.r ('44441, liiv4.- a4iuu .1 ilek -4.n 1-444444.
DARK'S ]JT F
I t. (14.4s no44tI.Y ay 4 l (4 ('4 Jarry (ver g4
\I1I Id2 Clh in seasn i l you44444- ( oot
All 10 (':1nts goo4ds r'4 duced44 t' 7 :-jnts
7,1Ie an d P41ents g lJls reduct1l 111 ;>) een
All of- iy l(Vw 1-ut Shoes. ar14' th e 11
If (lo Pice will do4 thi - work1, !4do
A . K.
AIT'VtW Wi-.ir i
4IRPsB LE AN D
If 3'444 14(ee41 nh ilig444 ill 44 44 ihP Il (4po tlh
14)ur4. for ir,44le,
WVo luivo j4ust, r'Cece a4 full a-.sor'Ib
reuliable company4~I~, 1both in! bul4k n1o(1
I'i ~'tL you want4i a" spools of8 i e 's( 'Ti
h4( freefom kn011I(iots. 'I'ry it.
AI few~~ more' S'1' A \\'1 iATS. t) go4
(Our st ock ofI Gro'eories is G:o 4 'plee.
Weo ha vo ju44t, re4 (i)1ve'd I barr4o14 of la
TFry our4 G414( olden liO oasI (< d(Cof fe,
r 25, (conts. Nico Gre i4'(l drC 7lil , , iau
I 'ucketJI Moasses, 1 Flotar, Rtice, ILac(J
I)oiu'( forgot IH wlli i yl ul aVo a
lie~k n, (JI44~ ggs, 114.whI , ( j 4S04ng, Stai
the way of Farming Imple
lust Received !
mllr bniniess, we! will .e
Phtons and Wagons
ord fork itl, b'11, consl~ anid See for youir.
.1y1 Ohw lnh wk, ('onrtlbuul, Tyson &
:., as Siriet I lih (rnlie WILgonts, the
hveinltbIor, 1T vi1r anld Chattalnooga.
II kind( 11 ndt :11-e tgoinr to nll onr
well over but u : haive a few balrglaiM
N hire, ownl our. ownt reository anid
;Iv0 [,)r e.I'h mr ;1410d paper. Polito
ille come anI Se . \\i W_- are always
v itr noit..
S & McBRAYER,
(;Gl.\ MN 'J,il, S. C.
hi (oodls Ib)Ipartmett
nIs to~ nex t sason, so I (CUT
I t hir goodsr
(educl (Ito I10 ,ns
no t, intend' to carrPI*y aL singlo plair
2 l'ce, \ lvet !libbous, otc.
W IL,1 E. WVllTiIC.
& C O.,
ly mt iar lie ti ndcant give thle Iowes t
S& 004., A\ ln(er'son, S, C
2101n of Fretdh urn ip Seed front
rend1 for 2ct , or' one dozon
adI and overy sp)ool is warranted
DJ IEA P.,
'ge, fat MACKEREL; 10 cents
15 cont-4; a poundlt, or 2 pounds
d( 10 ponneds for $1.00.
1), 14ardI, Mugar, both grahulaited
nythuing to soll in the line of
r Gr'ass, andt Grub Root.