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__THE PEOPLE S JOUR
VOL .-NO. 43. PICKENS. S. C., THURSDAY, NOVEM-BER 21 IQor. ONEDOLLAR A YEAR
The Worl's Greate
For 9;d forme of fever tako JOHNSON'
times bettor than quinine an.d does in a
do in10 days. It's splondid earea aro in
mado by quinine.
COSTSBl CENT!
Bolling
Every,
Se l'ng
a a
Owing toi omo pr011se(d changes
Carriages, Surreys, Bi
At an Absolute
Until our stock is reduced. Don'' talke our
self and( b he l
Harness of aI11 kins at cot. We C
Jones, and various other makes of Huggies,
Stuidebaker mnll Weber; a1. chealipe r gr'.de the
Now is the best seeson for zellhig vheliulos of
part, profit or no prolit.
The sCasoo for M tiles bi:rs11 i.- pretj
yet. Remember, we paa no0 houise rent or (k
(10 oir own w:wk. We will sell nyti hing we
and kind treatment to all. When i Gmi1reei
glad to see the people whether the wish to b,
CHARLI
Corner Court, River aidi1 Jacek- on St reets.
W'ALTElt W. WiliTE.
WIITE
We hitidle aI
MARBLE A N E
kiown to the ti'ade all .1Ily0.1 mo
to fintish the
If you1 n4eed amthiiig in o ir lie i posta
with 414i(1ns1 n.ndg Inriee's to voor hiomel, WeI 1
prIice's. Ni'l RON F'ENUt NG( A NI) COPIN
Yours for tradie,
Wi IT I
IT WILL COST YOU ONLY ONIC CEN'
"REX MAT
The quality, the guarantea, the prices, an.1
ply Eay, "REX," and sign your ni
Dexter Broom an<
PELZER. -
or To the great crowd
ot-opening day that, while
IN SPI
These Special Tables in the front ce
Tadble No. 1
Is stocked with all wool 8'7 50 to $8
Suits, some of them very stylish, y<
Table No. 2
Is loaded with a line of fine Clay W~
any one of which Weuld bring $10 01
Table No. 3
Is stocked with tl'e choicest of I
style, cat and finish up to the h~gLe
you will find the very nobbieut, as
line new weaves. Many of thunn
your choice of the Table........
it Fever Medicifle.
S CHILL AND PBVER TONIC. It is 100
rsly d'~ay wai'l ine cann '
atringconItrBut to the febbi, CUres
IF IT CURES.
Lt Cost!
Lhing.
III our blsinIess, we will sell
izzies,
tetons and Wagons
> Sacrifice!
vord for it, but coma and see for your.
irry tIe IlAtbowek, Courtland, Tysoni
&., ;is strici, Iigh lGrade Wagons tl-.e
Owensboro, TaIylor anld Chattanoogt.m
all k'nds., and we aire going to sell o0r
; well over but we have a Aew bin gains
rk k"Ire, owin our ow I I ository ail
ave for cash or .;ood paper. Poll e
Ville comlie and see us. W. are always
Iny or not.
ES & McBRAYER,
GREAENVILLE, S. C.
WILL. E. WHITE.
kild of
GRANITE
me l':t first-elass workmiain
work.
card with or address will bring a man
ny ini (ar lots and1( ca n give thle lowecst
0 SPEdClALTIEdS.
& CO., Anderson, S, C.
I' TO F'IND OUT ABOUT TBE
TR ESS;"
itho:siz 3s. Drop us'tho postal; imi
aminrifull, givingladdress.
I Mattress Go.,
- S. C
Desire
of btiyers who were kind enc
re sold a great many of the si
ECT
id of our Clothing Department.
50 Cassimoro Cheviot and Worated
>ur choice from this Table for..85 00
orated, Cassimoro and Cheviot Suits,
), but our price on these is..$7 60
,he season. Qn this table you ylil find
es9t idea of the most fastidious. Hero
well as the most substantial, in all the
isold for $15 and $18 in other stores;
................................SI0
Tlb
ar Main Street,
THE GOOD ROADS S'ECIAI
Greenville Invites the People of the Stai
to the Good Roads Convention in D(
omber -The Great Need of the Souti
On beh,4 of the citizis of Grec
villot an invitation is extended to th
people of South Carolina to visit ou
city during the week beginning Mon
day, Dec. 166h, when the " Good Road
Special '' of the Southern Railway wil
be here for the purpose of buildinu
sample roads and holding meeting
with the view of teaching the peopli
in practical road building. Thii is thi
only point in the Piedmont sectioi
where the train will stop to do ani
work, and everyone who can do i
ought to take the opportunity of learr
ing for himself what can be done -
the making of roads with necessarl
machinery handled by men who ar4
experts in the business.
So much has been said and writter
in regard to this subject of good roadi
that the people of the South are prac
tically in thorough accord with th(
idea that good roads are an acquisitiot
and berefit to any community. Eve 3
one is convinced that the lack of good
roads is one of the greatest drawback*
to the growth and prosperity of tbc
South, and to supply this lack is on(
f the most serious problems before ue
Lo-day. A net-work of main roads buill
under scientific direction with durabk
and permanent material will alone meel
the urgent demand of our rural district
ind market towns. The lines of com
petition are being drawn more closely
- very year and the margin of pro,' -
ire growing more Blender in conse
luence, so that it is imperative to em.
ploy every element looking to low.
priced production and cheap distribu.
'on of the crops that are grown on the
.nrms, and which are to be consumed
,y the non-producers. The entire pop.
ilation of any section is interested ii
whatever may contribute to this result
ind it is clearly demonsirated that good
:oads arc a prime factor in the develop
nent of the country, while prov'ing
he greatest economy in bringing the
)roduccr and consumer together, so
hat both classes will profit by easy
tud cheap transportation over our
public roads.
How can we secure better roads in
.he South ? This is the question to be
liscussed by practical men in the Good
toads convention which will be held
n1 this city while the road-making is
)eing demonstrated on the roads and
treets. Organised end practical lines
nusi be laid down to secure the results
timed at, and it -9 necessary that every
titizen shall give bi3 moral end finan
:ial support to measures which ire in
ended for the benefit o all. Good roads
nean a direc. beuiefit to every farmer,
s there is no plan I at will do more to
mnbance Ihe value of lends and develop
urd communities than permanent. and
vell-constructed hiighwdys. Nothing
i be fuand to contribute moic to the
,outcnt.ment and happiness of a farming
)opulation, and whli f ver couduces to
his state o efi-s o i 'e frmin confers
asting beneflhs upoa towos and cities,
.or the p.ospeiLLy rnd advrcemcnt of
'he farme-8 r , quickly relt:et-d in the
rrowth and we -,t' -pioducing character
>f their ne-aibors.
While Q!ere ;s great unanimity upon
he advaL Lages of good -o.ds, there is
n reahty very little pactical knowledge
as to the means and apphanecs for se.
auring this desirable result, and hence
the prop)osed convention ought to at.
Lract men from every walk of life, espe
aially those who are engaged in making
and executing the laws of the State.
The burden of constructing and main
Laining good roads must not fall upon
my particular class, and while the
work of road-building is a practical
aecessity, t hec-e is also an impeiative
equirement in providing the ways am'c
nea is fo -constreectir g roads upon a'1
squitable and just basis. This can be
iscertained by discussion and demon
atration, and hence the propriety of
>rganizing Good Roads associations
while giving instruction in practical
oad-building. Both of these objects
Po EXER
ugh to visit us on the occasic
ecial bargains bought for ou
Shirt Specials.
A blg lot Monogram $1 Shirts at 5(
WVillson Bros. S4 and $1 25 custo
made Shirt~s ......7
Lion Brand fine Dress Shirt . .9
The Celebrated Wool Fleece Sanita
$1 Undershirt and drawers .at p
garment . . . . 7
75 dlozen Sanitary fleece Shirts at 4
Le Mar
Greenville. S. C
will be attained in the coling of the
" Good R-mds Special " next month to
Greenville, and such an oppoltunity 18
0 rarely given ainy peuple at so moederate
- a Cost.
The citizens of Greenville are mak
ing full preparation for the acconno.
dation of the hundreds and thousan(
D who are expected from every quartet
r of the State, and in addition to thi
hotels and boarding houses, the private
1 families are asked to take boarders for
I the week in order to provide for any
5 extra demand on this occasion.
3 JAhlEs A. IloYT, Chni'n,
3 J. F. RICIHAiRDSON,
3 A. J. S. TuoMAS,
J. R. HOITON,
JAS. T. WILLIAMS, JR.,
Press Committee.
Greenville, S. C., Nov. 15, 1901.
A great many women are subject to
spells of dizziness, spots before the eyes,
and a ringing noise in the head. These
symptoms are commonly associated with
liver i trouble " as the result of a diseased
condition of the stomach and other or
gans of digestion and nutrition.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov
ery cures diseases of the stomach and the
allied organs of digestion and nutrition.
It cures through the stomach diseases
seemingly remote from that organ, but
which have their origin in a diseased
condition of the stomach and digestive
and nutritive system. Hence, cures of
heart, lungs, liver, kidneys, and other
organs are constantly effected by the
use of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis
covery.
There is no alcohol in the " Discovery"
and it is free from opium, cocaine, and
all other narcotics.
Some dealers may offer a substitute as
"just as good"1 as Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery. There's more profit
in substitutes for the dealer. There's
more health in the " Discovery " for you.
Don't be imposed on.
t It is with the greatest pleasur' I write you
the benefit my mother has recei% 'roi your
Golden Medical Discovery,' " say iss Carrie
Johnson, of Lowesville, Amherst k , Virginia.
She suffered untold Inisery with utk ne disease
and nervousness, and had a constant roaring
and ringing noise In her head. A fter taking
ix bottes of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Di
covery she was entirely cured."
When a laxative is required use Dr.
Pierce's Pleasant Pellets.
ANDERSON BABB,
Contractor and Builder
Pickens, S. C.
Of1fers liW Qervices to ilie geineral pub.
lie. All work guiarinteed. 1ii refer
ei)c are those for u hoim hIe his4m done
work and the work itself, wlmiomn anid
which ean be seei in the owlins of Pick
n1, Easle y, and till over Pickenls County.
Parties will do well to ,ee( 1111 h fore
closingL a t elsew il hre. oct1
DR. J. P. CARLIsLE,
DENTIST,
Greenville, S. 0.
Offce ovor Addisons Drug Store.
ap12- 191 f.
WM. P. CALIhoUN.
Attornoy at Law,
113 WVest Court St. GREE~NvJI.LE, S. C
i'raci ice In all the courlts, State and
Federal.
IVY M. MAULDIN,
Attorney at Law.
Pickens.8S. 0,
Practice in all the Courts.
Offce over Earle's Drug Store.
ESS GRA
n of the opening of our big twc
r opening, our preparation in bl
Our Shoe Departmer
Is loaded with values that will ast4
Think over these:
From this time on we will give abo
the space to our large hioe stock ,that it
pled to thisi time.
1 Ladies' patent tit> Button Dress Shoe
1 Ladies' solId Glove Grain S oe for.
1 Ladies' solid Oil Grain Sios for....
1 Ladies' very stylish Dress Shoes, bl
or lace, at.......,...
A strictly up to-date Ladies' (guarafi
Dress Shoe for............. ......
A $2 00 wearer in Ladies' Dress Shoes.
ic )moe *2 60 values In high grade La
n'man's nice Dres] Shoe for........
Ic A man guaranteed Dress Shoe, very si
Ic A man'd very fine Viol Dress S3hoe for
A good, heavy Man's Shoe if .,..
Y A child's Shoe, patent tip, by n at..
er A better child's Shoe, patent p, butt
)e A child's good neat 3hoe for........
cA child's flae driess, button, patent tip,
LufactuE
ROOSEVELT PUTS ON STYLE.
His Carriages the Finest Seen at
the Capital in a Long Time.
A Wiashington dispatch gives the
following imformation of the style inI
which the President drives around the
city :
Few if any of the many handsome
equipages in this city support a ilner
looking pair oi the box than the new
coachman and footman of the White
Ilouse who appear in the livery and
tall hats with cockades selected by the
President and Mrs. Roosevelt.
The President's carriages and other
driving trapls are beginning to arrive.
Among them is one of the most elabo
rate vehicles seen on the streets of
Washington for many years. It con
sists of a two-seatem, Open, light driv
ing wagon, painted a dark blue, and
upholstered in light yellow leather.
The body of the wagon is of light yel
low basketwork with a faint stripe of
red. The monogram "I T. R." is on
the panels of each side, and two heavy
brown horses with silver-trimmed har
ness are bitched to the vehicle.
Two young negroes, who look enough
alike to be twins, occupy the front seat
in the handsomest livery displayed by
any President since the days of Presi
dent Arthur. They wear long dark
blue coats with double rows of brass
buttons, and on their tall hats are
cockades of black burrs with a rosette
of red, white and blue silk.
President Roosevelt is the first Pres
*dent within the recollection of White
House attaches who has had his coach- I
man and footman equipped with cock
ades o1 their hats. He etofore Lieut.
Gen. Nelson A. Miles has been the 1
single high official of the government
whose coachman and footman have
been decorated with cockades. The
display of cockades has heretofore
been limited, as a rule, to army oficeis,
of high lank. No former President
has used tle national colors as a part
of the cockade before Mr. Roosevelt,
who is bclieved to be the first person
to adopt them in Washington.
President McKi.iley (ressed his
coachman and footman in the simplest I
black clohes and there was nothing to 1
distinguibh their headgear from that of I
other first-class coachmen in the city.
'resident Cleveland also adhered to
tne simplest lively for his driver and
foot.n.in, and no sign of bright colors
was aL out the carriage and traps. TheI
latest addition to the President's stable
outfit is declared the most elegant and 4
striking vehicle of its kind ever seen
h eie.
Trouble is still experienced in find
ing suitable horses foi the White House
e bles. A visit was paid to Baltimore
t is week by the head stableman in
quest of two fine carriage horses. The a
President desires two good horses, I
with long tails and flowing inanes, and i
finds the best on the market have hal r
their tails docked in order to make d
them high sellers.
Coleman-Wagener
Hardware Compan%,
(Suecessors to C. P. Poppenhelm),
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Arms, Ammunition, Agricul
tural Implements and
Hardware
Of everg' kind and description. Sen d
postal for Prices.
King Street, Charleston, S. C.
H1. J. H[AYN~swoR'iH, C. ID. ROBINSON
L. W. PARKRcR, Pickens, 8. C
Greenville, 8. C.
H ayneswvorthi,Par'ker & Rbinson,
Attorneys-at-Law,
Pickens C. IT., .. - South Carolina
Practice In all Courts. Attend to all
business promptly. t.
$&"Money, to loan.
TEFUL A
store combination. We wani
lying was so large that we scag
mishiyou.
it double
hiasoccu
forS8 75
....75.
.....75
itton
teed) ...- 7
.... 124 -
L'Dress Shoes at,..............195
............,..................... 100
yt1ie, o0..........................1 124
-............................... 200
................................ 100
. .. .... ... .... .... ... .... ... 10
mn, r~........................... 2
So for.. .....................
JOTC
Ax Exi'EN8YIVE JAG.-The No w Yor
Uommercial calls attention to the mo8
expensive Jag of recent record. Th
island of Guan ole of our colonia
possessions, is a simill place and mucL
sulated, but our naval comn daulinti
'ave made rather utifragrant histor,
here. Captain Leary, the tirst, con
nanidant, was a moSt eccentric oilleet
We are told that the Captain " orde, e,
lie people to wear trousers and rais
i1ns instead of fighting roosters." 11
lid other things that made hili i
)leasant and was finally relieved
omImand. le was succeeded by
,aptain 'illey, who has, it is teiorte.
icandalized even the natives wit
1runkenness and debauchery. To as
crLaiti the trath or falsobood of thi
-eport a na al conmmisson is on its Wa
0 the island. It requires two war ve.
lels to convey the inquiring o0ilceis ti
,heir destintiiion, and I he.expense ol
,he tial and miip is estimated at $180.
)00. We hope that the next colr
nander will be sane and sober, for ii
his Eoit of thing goe On the island o
uam, il sold ouaLight, may not pav
or the 0-., essiOn, even aits a co.lin
tation. Some naval or other oice
tught to be sent there who can unMer
taud and make allowances for the n
ives and give them at least good ex
Lmple.
)0 YOU GET UP
WITH A LAME BACK ?
Uidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.
Almost everybody who reads the news.
apers is sure to know of the wonderful
, cures made by Dr.
Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
the great kidney, liver
and bladder remedy.
04 . It is the great medi
cal triumph of the nine
teenth century; dis
covered after years of
scientific research by
Dr. Kilmer, the emi.
nent kidney and blad.
der specialist, and Is
vonderfully successful in promptly curing
ame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou
>les and Bright's Disease, which is the wors
orm of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not rec
immended for everything but if you have kid
key, liver or bladder trouble it will be foun<
ust tht. remedy you need. It has been teste<
n so many ways, in hospital work, in privat<
>ractice, among the helpless too poor to pur
:hase relief and has proved so successful Ii
ivery case that a special arrangement has
>een made by which all readers of this pape:
who have not already tried it, may have a
;ample bottle sent free by mail, also a bool
elling more about Swamp-Root and how t<
ind out if you have kidney or bladder trouble
When writing mention reading this generous
ffer in this paper and
end your address to
)r. Kilmer& Co., Bing
amton, N. Y. The a f8
5gular fifty cent and nomoot wamp-noot
ollar shzes are sold by all good druggists.
PHE YOUNGBLOOD
[.UMBER COMPANY
AU .usrA, GA.
JFFICE AND WonKa, NorH AUousTA 8. G
ioors, Sash, Blinds and Builder'
Hardwaro.
PLORING, SIDING, CEILING A N)
INSIDE FIN ISHTING LUMBER
IN GEORGIA PINID.
All Correspondence given prompt a
tention.
EE-M Medicated Cigars
AND
EE-M Smoking Tobacco
For users of Tobacco that suffer with C
tarrhi, Asthma, or Blronchitia. We guara,
tee an absolute and permanent cure 4
Catarrh and it is the only known reined
for H ay "'ever. If your druggist or gjroc
does not keep it, write l1CF~-M 0 ., Atlant
0a., for FAree Sample Tlradle supplIed t.
Carpenter Bros'., Greenville, %8. U.,
('ru,.chfield & Tolikon Huartanb~urg. 8 (
PPRECLU
:to say to those who were n
cely miss what we have sokc
Four Hundred
All Linen Me:cr/s 15~c
Money Sav
1500 yaras Wool, red twilled, Flanne
Lot ' hool Boy Heavy Jean...
Lot 9. ,r Double Width Paid Drees
1 Lot 12're Curtain Swiss.........
.i Lit 10 cents P'orcaleos at.........
Lot wide 8 cents Outing at. ...
hen in Greenville make yoursa
,goods or not.
blet,
SW. PAYNE,
In St. Louis the nut cracking indus-.
L try gives employment to a considerable
number of persons. There are three
I piants in the city, eacti ut being fed
individually into the crusher. After
he shells are cracked the nuts are
windowed by an air blast and the meat
0 picked from tha craoked shells by
and, women and girls being employed
or this part of the work.
The Wo' Greatest
Cure for Malaria. X
For all formaof Malari poison
Ing take Johnsos Chill and Pever
Tonic. A taint of Malarial poison
- ing ii your bood means misery and
(alure. Blood iciescan't cure
Malarial poisoning. hlie antidotA
for it Is LJOHNSON'S TONIC.
Got a bottle to-day.
Costs So Cants If It Cures.
Tax Notice.
trectsre-r's ollice at Pickens Conrt
llouise, o8(11h C, ,rolina, will be open on
Monday, October 15th for the collection
Of Ohe follon\ ing mtim d taxes for year
L evy~ for iutatio Ta'x, 5 mtillsk.
Levy for orlinarl *y County tax, 5 mills.
evy for (onst i ut ional school tax, 3
Levy for P21st indh(litedless, 2 mills.
mTodal levy for Stato and county 15
Levy for irterest on Pickeiis Railroad
110 As, Picke 's court liotise towiisslip, 3
1.8 mills.
Levy for interest (; P. It. I. bonlds
for lI inrrictilie tioWnship, 2 1-4 mlls.
Levy for interest on P. It. it. bonds
for Easimote towiship, 3 1-2 mills.
SPOleIea levy for school district, No. 9, 2
"'CSpelaI levy for Hchool dislrict No. 10,
1% niIlls.
Speelal leVy for school district No. 11,
31 mills.
Specy al levy for school district No 13,
4 1nills.
24peeill levy for school disti o. 16
2 mills.
Special levy for Ichool li4 o. 23
2 millk.
Speci 1I levy for chio (Y/, lo. 31,
Hieei.i levy for -cho / o. 40
I2 mnilk. No.4A
SI.(chil levy for sehe t No, 55,
I'oll tax one d0l// . mm'itation
141d 1:n - lax is Iwo dllectable at
Ils:1i1c i ( j( IOliale neC(ord
tb i i ein h 31st,
101. lb . c aslv,
I. I). CIpimnn,
Tr'leastirer I 'ickens County.
WE A IR RECENTL Y
RNIARGED OUR ....
..STOR E,...
AndI Noe Can Show Youl
The Larueyt Stock of :: :
..S H O E S..
W M' SX106 NOTHING BUT
Solid Leather
AndGuarantee every pair
mf .:,UGF we sell. Come
)In and iet us show you a
linla of :: . .
Bay State.
Goods, hand made, $1 50 to
$2 50. LADIES' Solid. Loath
or Glove Grain or Oil Tan
ned, Fleece lIned, :: :
' $1.00
Heavy soft Calf Skin $1.25.
We are Head qu rters for
y CA LF SKIfN SIHOES in:::
rMen's, Women's arid Chil
.dren's.
SPride & Patton
(TION
>t fortunate enough to get in on
Dozen Four Ply
Collars at 5 cents Each.
~ng Dry Goods.
.............................. ..... 14
.................................150
Goo...........,....................15o
.....'............. ...............,.9
------. -----------...................5
ilf at home with us whether you want to
M\~anager*

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