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'The People's, Journal.
PUBLISH[ED wE111mixL.
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T. J.. MAULD N, E(to'. an
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Entered at the Post Office at Pickons as inf
seocoid-class matter. of
Subscript lonl, *1.0 ) .i Year. col
Til,1UR R IAY, D)EX' P., 1901.
Hill
Tho Chnrlestol expIo ition opCed h
Sunccday, accordinig to prcgrim, with np- fic
propiato religious services. Th showI 0
is now a fact. From it South Carolina (y
ought to bo wondeifully beiefitti d. J.
Pickens county will sharo in the bene- S""
lts.Il
an
From the nowspvtper annloilnellents, [)at
it appeal's that Rev. . R. Dagintall 1112 th
been assignert to anothlim field of labor; cI
lie will bo succoeded at Pickens by Rov. ti
0. A. Abney. The best wishes of till 1
Pickens circuit go with Mr. Daignall to a
his new lom'e, and the new preacher will 8
be wNlCelcomied by all irrespectiol of de- a
nominations. b
0001) ROAD CONVFNTION.
This convention is to hle bel for filb,
purpose of (aeataing an iinterest in geoodf
roads as vital aid to tho iip-buibiling cIf
a community and ill connention with it I
Practical demonstration (i tihe pr.0p er11Ii,!
buildiug of a1, road will Ie m11.1lt by t ie
National Good Roails Asso'ciat tem.
Roprcesntalives o Mat t Ass ccini 'ii
willbei presenlt wvilth ecxilrt on Irs,
Skilled aborrand th S,11nhrn-1 Ut-l- tlt
W3 (locod RonisiI tini. <i'icincl mll wi di
nil forms of spevicil Iomt ImhinieIry .11)( Ind
will hili during wiu OConavi-n a pliic sci
of rond Ilcording tic tie latvcct imuprloved
methods, shociwing lin-lienhy thlie be
results lo-cssibhe with h mi latermi it nt
han111d ill a givel lo:ca'itv.f
Belioving Ilict it uniorlS inte'elt will
be felt inl this leoveitl t lie oil b il
mado on account of tiis conivenution lv th
the Soitlern Ra1ilwaiy a rate of ew a aioi"i
tlho round trip,ttoel-is onisale from points
witlii in Iidinst (of 1111 iilh " friini (ircon
villo, Deem ier 1.8th1 ant 19th1, iIil lim it
Dccombor '_1.t9 1 1. )l.
Call oil any agen (of thie Soulhliern '.
~iilwily for t'kets, et. ic
Soutiern iailway annoinnes his-0
m1aM Itolidlay Ibates Ict vein ill poiit kon of,
it's line' onie. IaInd one third fi-st class
stauatird oi.-wv fiare foor lm roilulId
trip . Tickets to'be Solt Dei)ceiilber 2;1Irl
24th, 21, 30th, 31st .190 1 anel Jlaniury
Ist, 1902, final limit. January 3rd, : 1002.
To students of mclools Icl b-ges,
upon prosen tat ion andMI sun ctccd I.c of c ir
tificates signed 1)hycritedhnt , li
cipals or Pri-eiidents of the41 varotoin iisti
tultionls, ticleits it ticho I tq : will lie "(1ds
Decelb'ir 1Wth to 22t, Pl0, isc-lcaiciie',
with finl limit Jaituary N ib, 11002.
"or dIt il in'oriation call con ciiivt'o.':i 1
of ino Scuithiern iilwy.
Don't IlegIf301. llayilg r "I I.1,
eI~i~?N~l too ki17lhl(".oli
fw~tru,' t, og tho t11111)111111 \ i
como when you will no4.it h, us well In
preparedf as li)ow ti) cctilend iti I at
littb 11111,111 '. W,
. nTT thoso~c noti w ithioiil hiupie fir if they'~ ~
"'faill aslee'p in .le us asi' h da ihey w li
meet hit agq ii. i (ci nverlted ait ili, earlcy
alge of fifteeni shelt' itiv d Ziniito thli
fellowship of~ Mt. (ir l' e ;iptist chun-h al
and hier subtsceiet life wam ac living' wit.
no.sc to thie recut y oft tlit proti n. ic
Friom in- unuhit se e'lcomi lwr eyen c nib
-death cshle itlornied ft' drctineo cif 'lhrist
hocr Savuir. .Tc' wier !.i .instiii, hacs
known'il hetr fort nieari','y thiiee *arsc m.dis
takes pileaisurie in giingc; histiriniuy ti
hern ;nicblei 'caracter', \--inplaryc- wa!k ln
adto hicr decvonienci ti dutv :nit ti l..or
wh'lichi ishe hor' her.'l hrst ccifinccg ande heri l'
werie thle hist c-hiingc tirait; itf herc eni's
tiacn life. -;ib e a gonie. to bi. w'ithi 'Chri-c ('
wh'lichc i. soi far bcetter. fl lher it mayi~ lit'
trly said: "'1llippy thce dei it w'ii diie
in the Lor~d.
TLo thle so rco ci trI icken i one's 1 t'.inc.
miend t he comfortt hItit e cuii from'ic our
holy3 reh Igoni, andc hlc ofl thir hived
one0's, tle asi woruil', thyo tiincr iuiitautioni
Ii. (i. Kendrb-k.'il .I ri.
Paitsor :lbipuit is-t (hon e'
JR U1TII f-'.lHEIDONTA ][Oi.L \ N I) 1
Rnthi, thme yeon-gest da~cughifc-'ri of I cr.
uitd~ irs. Jloie IL. 1liiier' died ait hier
N~ov. '25 calt o'clo ck, nigied 2 yi'ecars andc '7
days. Ruith was a genitlte loving bil
acnd ii cnev'er ho forgotton' lby ill who)
kncewi heri. tie'r crtumami s wii re laid to icst 1
the day following at the Williamcs 'cim
etery whcere Rev. 11. H oler' condneuitedc
thle innter'ud serlviesn.
Weep) no01. focr hcer who diethc
For shce cleOps andc is at 'ent.
And th oc ouch wheriocn she li'ti
Is the green earth's qict bcrevil
Nate.
--For valcue r'eceiviedl, aidvecrtisers w'il
conucclt the .Journal. (
TO REN'T.
One two-horso and one one.hors~o
crop. Tenolants to fur'nish stock.
II. L. CLAYTON,
St R. F, D. iNo. 3, Liber'ty, S. c.
Subscription duos tio thec paper ace
lcie expressionsi of appreciaitionc-when~
they are pald. 1
The good pricos paid for hland untder
forelosure and partition sales lust Mon
day show that P'iokons county r'oal estato
s in demiand.
UNION MEETING.
The Union Moeeing will be at Griflin
on 5 Sunday in Dec.
Query: Does the 12 mile iver iBaptisit. F
Assdciation- need a niissionary in thceir' -
here midst, opened by Rev. Johnm T. C
Lewis.
. 2. What is the best plan for raising ~
Ohurch finainces. B. Holder
- for Committee.
.ieo 1 agood s0choo1 will open Monday (
~'~,~ Oo. 8th, with 13. Frank Freemaij,
cJOIh dr, o/
4il
Li-sioersW.
I-00m
?lio Libor~y N~iiik in all1 jlllijtiltijoI) of
'out orgllflht ion which is lIIiln tho
"ds of tlo growing town of ijborty
Ai meeting the reqluirementsII. of the
)sperolls sect ion of ('() t ry mirron d
I it. it medim fol1 r th tw1ranisactioni
binvtiss for 24cvL''.l litin~dl(d lCoIiO,
Rly of the~ill I)IIsinvlQ" 111011 of 110 luvau
isiideratiun. Tihio LPresidont i8 Mru. ..
itor, Mr. AN. 11. (1ilupuin w leadiig
reIllllt oif 11,1 pIa,()l(2 i., Ntlri. Prosident.,
I M~r. 11. C. Stuirloy, it m1an of Ictig
Iqlugai4 OxIperit'nce andl thorough quitil
ttion'is cashiier. Titlo Board o'f 1),rme
m isd copo of tilo following goil('
1 )(111, 1t. C.Mile,~V 11. ( '12112221Il
N. M~orgimp Z . T1. Caitlelierry, *J. 1.
iili. and6( J. N. Brown, till met2, who2
VOe W0'oi SIUCCORSH ill thir 1idv1(idual (211 I
11A alldI nro thu~roforo foilly e liupet'21
AI alivo to the( iltirCMts ( I lilt, it m I. %
likinig clittorjrise, that 1IQ11114 111101 IWI 1
.i wel1fore oif willrt ;1 cimutry mdjat
lit.
liol uilt([I -llvi.2epalit'le 1( Val'1)2isM
(\jp t2 I I cl2. , 211 vll, l H I e 138 isf
"Mos'~l( i 4110,14J. 'flld t lixi lure
f 21,2ll M121l'l2421sv(' I'% (21l-k f4 bl'tl igou
y 1(h1- I ( 1ui) (2 O 0411ntt occi2111g0.
vi Is I t b'ill"I i 41.1 2t4l.2 Iav llway bigcsj l 8
1'.Silr, l'aI.e lnrbbvl2 ioll~ lr!
412111 (I ia vi-8Ifittih rln
ls1 21 itid . 4 i 1124'l wlwk12 3212212'i2 1all211
-21 Ill i.. Il 4e x rs fviI I l l . 111 till
llC0Lt ' 3 r (I 111 v 0 iv livi. II'I
'Il1110411.11 F4l4i lii'- I~ilas sug :tie 2I2'3
:>fIll H(44L22tic il i l I 11. 4 I 4']4 , woirks~ i
jimpnl et ~imj2()2( 1'.IIlt'2 itio it'e 111) tol (
TV 22 111 well 111 241vil.':.1111 (i 24414 425
vt it I . to~ l (.1 1 ii i -Il t I y '11':I21212 ill.
tho~i iii1111 W112c~ylIhl I'l,I , trai
24 112 122 v i :11-' LI114 II 111 l t-p ll i IL''of
2i' Ju ll 11 1111it '. .1te it 121 111 - t a
411 111 iI 4ll. e i 1( 11Wil M I1)2V(11%ilig04
4itutIi' n 'I4' ll(- (1 I ''' I 112221(1 III 111
I' 11)1 ll l ' )(1 11 1d 4 l2j14 141 12
,d 4W i I 11 4441 fil till I. 1.1.17e awl~l 121 m1.
\V111d oi l lv~l-v ],ills l~~(i'lt
il I - 1 I A ': l .2 l I i, 1 11 442'.il t
ga ll - . .n l .(1i15;ll il
'4.ldt reiliel 46 (' lomi21I 111it; t
WA,;~ ( ~ k 'I -1aai2", 1,;t
2.AI Will I ,6l 1,A), I.27 I .I ('tius,. ho :21
(I hil-ui.w I22ll 1 (1
(JI this42, 11141~ I' 1 l4 . 1111il 1141.(
I p(4 l61 - w i l ;~ill-2 I' 1) 11n "I . v41
1 'l1 tl h Ilidl". .1 , 1 .4ht
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I I o I'kt1 I ll4 l' 1 :4 I :1 141 1 ll - -
" I , i i (1 I I .N2:,2. f 1% ( 1 , 211.; k1
I l'&( l (11 ShutPl lce
\L*tl ASi,'Y S. (2,j(
I oru I I ife H t , :11j,4 liv~id t ' li 4,1 ()Il
!;I IAw AT4. THE STORE I
ATEN MEDICINES v \:1:- 0
NroetCmeiin
+>CUT PI
STOOZ e
DRESS
And cut prices to tlh<
he trading public a golden
If' you haven't bough
.hat defy Competition.
$7.50 Jac
\We don't intend to c
iou Willd o111u prices cut t
SPRESSING T
N1ot a sectiol of this shop
:1 jmhlasized inl print. To
l11 nV seisol in the prest
);I,( were( impossible. Canl
om tiic to time. To make
;t asscrtiol that this store w
Qr fiall and winter business is
1ESS GOODS SHOWING.
Ihe dress groods showing
rou d of. The newest, the
riced. All the new shades
MILORED SUITS AND SEPARATE SKI
W hatever of style and dres
iis scas5)ons product, a fine (R
er1fection mlay be seen hecreI
N1( S, FA NN Ikl.S, PKRC
N( ;S AND) D)()ilSTIC
'1( )N.- IAT TlI11 HLO()\'lST
RE NEW JACKETS AND FURS,
Are here in great quantitz
lics to liner grades, just asy
lE FAMOUS-" ENi QUALITY" SIR
m-i- shoe stock is complet
ize! wanted.
l-'or any item in Dry Goods
hlados, and( House Furnishing Goods,
NOTICE
ALL +PURCHASERS +OFE
FINE DRESS GOOD
UR C0LLARETTES,
SWAIST GOODS,
MILLINERY,
TRiMMINGS,
* MUFFS AND
M CAPES
AN SAVE FROM TEN TO TWEN1
PER CENT. BY BUYING OF US.
ALL THE LATEST THINGS
IN NO TIONS,
FULL LINE OF MENS, LADIES At
IISSES UNDERWEAR, 25 CENTS '1
5 CENTS PER SUIT.
A C0MPLETE STOCK OF STAPI
RlY GOODS AT THE LOWEST MAI
ET PRICE.
ONT FAILl TO CALL ON U!
EVERY DOLLAR PURCHASE GIVE
[1U A DRAW FOR A $35.00 HAM
%INTED TAPESTRY TO BE GIVE
NAY ON DEC, 24.
MISSES ROGERS & CO,,
tftIEENV1JLLE, S., 4
0-112 North Main Street.
S3outlborn Rail way has inaugurm
d Pullmati 8leeping car line be
veen Washington, D. 0. and Al
mIta, On. on their "Atlanta
ew York' Express" trains Nos. rj
n~d 84; iret car~ south bound IleaV
g Washington November 3rd
ret car northIbond leaving AtLat
Novoinber 5th, 10j..
This aitYords Pullnian service o
10s0 trains though from Altant
New York, theO Pullnan Cai
avmng heretoforo been attached t
e0 Atlanta & New York Exprem
Charlotte aind no Pullman Boi
~tween Charlotte and Atlanta,
ee.folt anid Thiorileoy havo tho agenc
ruuly4 'tire Liaiosi at ee
LICES AT
+ GOODS
G00DS, NOTIONS, N
quick. it is our aim to do 1110
opportunity to buy first-class m
t your winter stit you'd better t
2IG MEI TIOTI
kets going at .50; $6.50 Jack<
\LI, TIE LLEADING COLLI
1ILL1T~ll'
arry over any goods in this dep;
:o the lowest notch. Evory itel
"YOUR MOl>
HEAI
H E I R C LA I M S..+
but strongly presses its claims t
tell 3O of all the good things
ribed limits 01 our advertisin
only give you a hint of a fe,
here are and now the broad hor
as never more completely read,
the province of this "ad."
s such as any store miight b
best and the most reasonabl
Ire here from Ic) cts. per yard u)
RTS.
s making lperfCCtiol there is ii
preseltation o0 that stve, anm
low. Bigr lines of JANS, ( )U-'
A\ILES, SlIIIRTIN( ;s, si ii;RT'
001).S OF A l, 1)ES)CRil
POSSIBLEI.i PRICES.
S, and the prices are from chea
ou like.
IES FOR LADIES.
: with all the new shapes in an
,liotiolls, Ca'pets, Mattiligs, Rilgs, Willdo~
Come1 to 11s aid~ We Will save yoli 1o0ney.
,WEST END W
4(DRUG STORf
GREENVILLE, S. C.
Il'rescripjtions hIdled p ronmptl
and satisfaction guarantee<
M\ost up)-to-dlate ln fti
0articles in the city.
G entral's
Store.
N
Aro you prOjud(icod? Aro yo
open to conviction? Many peopi
think it imipossib'e t~o fine a Firsi
class General Storo in a town <
-. this size
-Don't you believe it !
Bel3cause~ you canI ho convince
,thero is a First~class Geoneral Stoi
& here by callling on
L. Ross Eaton
.Cen'tral, 8. 0.
n- W~here you will find a fine an
a varied Stock of Dry Goods, Drea
a Oroods and Grocerios.
8 L. ROSS E ATON,
Con tral, 8, C.
L biayo just bought a two horse far'
y and a one hiortio farm near' the Con:
14 Ho460s %Rd ( offer the Hssio for sal (
%%% , IV . ALDN
A A ? ZCASEIN THE TILL 2
EASIEiR COUNTED THAN
IN THE SHELVES, +
E HAVE GONE THROUGII OUR
ILLINERY, CLOTHING, HAT & SHOE DEPARTI
re business the month of )ecember than any month in our history,
nrchandise at mIch less than its value.
ake a peep at our clothing department. There you will find both st
01T IVT O?PM ~nZOMZ
ts going at $4.75; $5.00 Jackets going at $3.50; $2.50 Jackets going
\RS. BEITTER COMI' OUICK AND GE'T FIRST CHOICE
10OODS ATEALFTAL73.
trtient, so you can lliy the season's choicest novelties for a mere
n a bargain and every sale backed by our Iron Clad Guarantee.
[EY'S WO TI OR YOUR l\MONEY BACK."
H-1-B.RUCE-MORR&
ifMIL NE
DEPARMNTU
Our i Millinery I )epartmen t this season is under the supervi
sion of Miss Ti rzah I lughes who has just returned from the
lIastern mai-kets, where she purchased a large and complete
line of the season's most choice novelties. We have spared
no pains to make this department equal to any in the larger
towns, and if you want a stylish Hat at a reasonable price you
will do well to visit our Millinery department.
SEE OUR -"'
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENTr
It is the most complete !ine of 1 )ress Goods that has e ve
been shown inl the c)ulty, and at prices that <defy competition.
We cordially invite all the ladies to attenld this open) i ng. You
will receive a cordiIl welcome.
T~e eath-Bruce-Morrow Co.
FJ~OR TIlE iNEXT FEW MO.NTHlS
WE EXPECT A GOOD BIG TRADE , ,
E
VQSgAND W\I. HAVIE l''XEI) FOR IT!'N~
We (xpect to delserve' it. We know ninit i C~ copiO0 antimuc fori their monev us
usM to .sa thait we tutrhuy :uiet mahr.oleu I very bodyV would tbo. a1 lie---pure and( soupi)le,
Ianti a1 imr is s'ehIimi haeliteed wheni in- till" t I it hi.
sto I'ck itiie allto come ( a1 nd leook thirugh:1 iur different de~partments. Ou)r roonms arI A
9DRYGDODS,NOTIONS, CLOTHING,BDOOT,)"
SHOES, UNDERWEAR, CROOIERY, TIN, GLASSWARE,
.HARDWARE, JEWELRY,
t Clo cks, Groceries, Stoves, Sewingtt Machines, Saddles, Biridles g
Halters, Sole, I -ace and I Iarnes;s L eather,
I1:
. . Furniture of all kinds, Bran New . .
Inludll~ing al nice line of I ron Bledsteads, and these E
are nice, clean andl cheap enough.
A g rades of Mat tresses, Carpts, I uas Mait Inlgs, ane. a1 thou isat of oither use ful
ariles tCMhatL the good)( peopleu will see by iloaak ing thtrouighi our sltck
Cu'lt lery, SholI (hm anid I illies, P owale' L e.u1 l Sht a nl Ciaps, I tfo t po tng men, Dy3na
ntand 11 ilasto ig Il'wde to kinock the b tottom1 out ofI 30o'r w( i . \Ve hauve
problyntt I1( ihe et turn1 ii plws ont hie nuirket , amluc of ueveraI sizes.
WouhOl( be gul to hlav yo 3 r them3 1111. See themn. -
WI, llAVE A 1 01' oF'J
11L' "ODDS AND ENDS" IN SHOES AND BROKEN SUIT
1 'fo) 00 MI(GIITiY ChIEAP',
0though nll the regular stock is c2hieat enough.tl
.(COMIE 1N A NI) SEE US and give us your Fall trade0 and1 let us show you
f how wc apprciaC~ute it.
at
W. T. McFALL.
IF? EVElt;
T1i be 0oor farmers needed help1 It Ia this3 year-with short crops and shot Ltr price
-) htave al ways donec my best for tem Int theo prIces I sell ait iand the priec I pav -
for producetC. I apeiteit yotur liberal paitronta 1, thils t~ti Its not haow mu ch can I
get biut ho0w cheoap can 1ell it, a good paitent Ilour 64i.00; bestL cofee growna h0c ib,
Standhard grannhttlted sugar li Iha, aL good No 7 stove $7 00. ai go'id Os bled-tead 2 25~ t
baest chaIrs 40c, alt wool jeans 25:. whole st ck shoes $12 double barrel shot guns 0
#4,15 as good soing manchino as made 20 year guarian tee $14,75 SheetIng l $calIco i
S 4e, wiomens course shoes 50c, 75c, 1.03, up to 1.2). Biring on your eggs I wIl In ay 200
per doz to Decc., 15th~ and 10one rIf I want to,.d
I wIll pay 1,00 for peas 100 for cane seed 75c for cornj 150 for beans 1.50 for'diedI d
fruit utIl I get roady to quit it. I want to swaps ChrIstmas trix~ or any thing else
In the store to the chidren In for withtiuts. ''Cris"' Atbecrombtie and '.Waud GAarrett"
le lCpies itling me at Gap fill! wIth a gool HLsock of gooh, the bnys will treat you a
a ll py tch the low of thte tt uslts will allow for eottuui aed. iletter trmde
.t wIth mue thIs fll I am doing my love! best for yotu thIs time. t
3W CO.K+
MUCH
HENTS
Ind to that end we will give
yle and service and at prices
' at $2.00.
song. In each depaltment
WNTCO.
L G. WYATIi T & co.
Fuill line of' (DCods,
'roceries, Shoes, I Ints, No
ons, &c.
Farmers' nImplco:s and
'eneral I lardware : rial.
tole agent for th.: I !:ucockl
totary Disc Plhw :ul aso the
'orrent Harrow an! >(ddard
)isc Harrow.
All persons >l i to us
re request.d to mow in and
iake settL.:n-.nt at e. We
ave been indulgent and want
ou to resoiond.
Very Respe 1ctfiyl*.
L G. WYATT & CO.
Easlev, S. C.
F. HRIlDGE1>, \V. \V. ii.\ .\1MCSND
tridges & Hamnmond.
L their Originl shzuin, ICi<iENs, s. C.
We~r keep) constant Iy oni himii a I uli lIie
Dry Goods, (Gro~ceries, Cr ii'ery, I in -
are, and Agatewarie.
A full line of coffee of th hie pi ity,
ii and1 10 Vounds~ for It e liir
\Ye.u tiuake a speial .; :i . Tr? :u
rvice Shoe', they sillifr::: 1 :'.0
IDrop ini i> see us, ino r 1.::i to o
St , it s repretetiu l ni ]I hi e
~ridges & Hammond.lc
PICK(ENS, - - 8. C.
EAVY AND FANC~Y GR00ERI[8,
Good Fresh Stock atnd at Full Supply of
I articles needCed for H ous eholid oni..
mption . Store is on Tabled Mlountasin
rect, rear of Dr. Smiith's Dru..; Store.
HICHEST MARKET PRICE PAID
OR ALL KINDS OF COUNTRY
RODUCE IN EXCHANCE POR
OOD8.
N-*Reember+ thle+..Place..i
Real Estate
I hafvO for sal1o fievemii desi-rle,)
acts~ of goo,1fnv,-m 1-. . . .
wuill be to
iyora to sioo
exchange f
rtaking to ?
., A. Hamiito
-Thoste in)debted to the~ .JoIiN-AT oil
coutst made before the 1sht of .Januarry
01 wvilI l eo ttle with men at duca
the book. will be turnedl ovr to the
makhioldova at aninal mooting ini No.
mnbor nnzt Jo..11 n3o tr.ket

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