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M.Jy AULDIN, Editor..
ntered at the Post Office at Pickons as
Subscription, $1.00 a Year.
THUIISDAY, DEC. 19, 1901.
The freezing weather, now prevailing,
agravates the already terrible condition
of the roads and emphasizes the impor
tance of a system of road construction
and road working that looks to theIwork
of proper drainago as overcoming wash
es and ruts.
McLaurin is now classod with Weo.
lington who openly declared that the
-nurder of President MoKinly made no
lifferene with him. Senator McLaurin
nust look to the R1opublicans for help
.nd association, being ignored by his
)wn party altogether.
The Pickens County Commissioners
re attending the Goods Roodo Exhibit
.f the Southern Railway in a body.
Chey will doubtless be impressed more
han ever with the importanco of the
nost serious problem before thon, and
.11 being mon of good judgment and
live to home interests will more than
ikely turn their observations to good
What the Schley court of investiga
ion could not do was to bring in a find
ng to the effect that Sohloy showed
owardice at the battle of Santiago,
hough it is evident that all possible ef
ort was made to miminize the glory of
tis victory through strictures on his
onduct. Aftor all Sohley lid won his
aso; the real verdict was written in the
opinion of the people long beforo an in
estigation was thought of and the peo
'lo are with Admirial Schley.
* * *
Those were appropriato services, held
n the Baptist church Sunday night, wel.
%oming Rov. Abner, the incoming
\Iothodist postor for the Pickons circuit.
[t ovidendes the spirit of unity that pre
vails among all religions den omn inations
in Pickens and gives eariost of tio ef
foctivo work promised through eoopera
tive endeavor. Ti christian forces are
all working for one end, and it, is Hen
ant to see brethren hanmoniously work
FARMINO DEFEN DE .
In an article entitled "For the Boys"
vhich appeared in the issue of Ihis p:
per for the 28th, Nov, some severo crii
cisn were mado upon farm life. I agree
with many statements made by the wri
tor, especially the one on'taining the
central throught, namely that of persua
ding a boy to tbecomo a farmr, just to
keep him at home." .For n(o other ob
ject than to keep him at home, no Ioy,
ilould be induced to farm. Still the id
vantages of farm lifo should be I poimed
'ut to him in a fair and impartial way
Ro should not be prejudiced mgainst
farming by extolling the good Of other
cupaltions and debhasinig thaut of agriliul
uire. After ''a fair knowlege of ali profen
iens [arc in his ,i""
a appeail to) ho~vs to rominii on
ho farm for thme reason that aun inmtelli.
ent aind industrious farmer alwan- suto
eeds. The idea is to iniduco iovs to
:hicato themselves, thenm a pply 'heir
nowlodgo to farnmig indust ries, anid so
raise thme stanldard of'en cuntrv li 14'
ortainly this shoul lie so; (-etily~
tore can be no serious objection to t his
id cemtainly, even the writer himself
uld lbe coniverted to thme idea since in
'if hsis '''icle, he0 to says Io
ougm o ..
uicatedl or uneducated, sumom .
a disgraco to thme country which owns
in than any other man, I am tunable to
The next criticisim I wish to call at
ntion .to is that made by thme influen(eo
farming on thme intellect. Th'e writer
y's that '-nothling (leve-lops thle hmumn
ind like dliflienmlties."' T1rue; but 1hold, if
a are to take your evidence, does not
te farm furnish "'diflimcullies"' enough to
ako a veritable Solomonm of every.) poor
mn of soil? "'ExpKeice teaches many
mings contrary to theory." Let us ap.
ly this. Your theory la that farm-n life
InI not produce great minmds. Expori
eo teaches that mt (does. Doos not his
iry show that more great men have hail
I from farming than from any other
acupation? Who is regarded as the.
mndiug man mi ouir owni state to-day? A
irner.. Truly, "experience teaches
Iany things contrary to theory." As a
mattor of fact, every farmer to suoceed,
208t possess certain business qualities,
specially those of judgment and exeu
ive ability. Judgment is required, be
ause the farmer in his relation to his em
'boyes is frequently called upon to de
ide questions mere or less perplexing in
heir nature, and suooesi in business re.
inres that he be able to judge aright
be merits of different measures and
tethods. Executivo ability is required
'the farmer must constantly
n'rlansi suitable to the
-. In no
aVe, to Uwn,.
eont of oommon 5eOus,.
aracter of. his business nieoea&
thee abndanfpr rutie
,pt the winter says that many
naar life the easiest lot one could
sh," and adds, "if that is so, is not its
>ut desirable end the one most to be
zidedr"- Hie-hiebslf, however, declares
it'farm .work is -the roughet man
a encounter," then asks, "why arge a
y. $nto agrIonltural pursuits?" Bo the
y uttetI.e~r the farm, if the work is
sy and Ie~ve if it's hard,
(anteed of farmuing the boy is advised
seek thle "miull factories, machine
P' nd coanto. othere industrial
sBI11"4Ug W)Io are paying for
fed handsu n otIve braso," Tbis
9~4q Ra*IhmIpg site pqy
ti. Vlted tnlu s and a v: .'Ior ko
'linus nIe no kQ-1 - 11"je)h"b
bly share'the lotof the eominon laborer,
which Is an average of abovt one dollar
por day, continued confinelaent, regular
routino work (lay after day (no montal
development here), and the making ol
himself into a mere machine. Wherein are
there advantages, if advantages they be
superior to those offered by the farm?
Lastly, "let the" boy go where he
must hustle, and Ill1 guarantee he will
never ask for alms or be looked tip for
vagranoy." When a boy ongages in the
"roughest work man has to encounter,"
he's pretty upt to be a hustler, and thero
fore, we have the writer's word for it, a
farm boy "will never ask for alms or be
looked up for vagrancy." But even with.
out this timely assurance, I must admit
I've never boon uneasy about farm boys.
It is a new idea abroad in tie land, that,
which brands the firm boy as the em
bryo tramip. No land has over had cause
to fear injury from its farming classes.
Williams Jennings Bryan said, "Burn
down your cities and leave your farms,
and your cities will spring up again as if
by magic," but destroy our farms and
the grass will grow in the streets of
every city in this country." The farmers
have always been regarded as the founds
ation stone of society, and unhappy will
be the daiy whei an effort is made to
deprive the country of those who food
and clothe it. S. M. Robertson.
STATE OF 80Ul CAROLINA }
Cointy of Pickens.
In Common Please court.
lIni usuace of nit order of foreclosure
made in ie following named case and
ol tile in tile clerk's ofilce at Pickens
c. I., S. C., I will se to the highest bid.
der at Pickens Court llouse H. C., On
SniledIy in Janutiary, 1902,
durt ing the legal hootrs for sale, tihe fol.
lowing described teal estate ul)ot the
teri<l lhereit after inention ed, to-wit:
J. W. Noiwood Plaintiff,
Ittitha A lexander et al Defendants.
Judgment. of foreelosuire.
1st. All that plaitntaton It bot h sldesof
Crow Creek, adijoining lanis of lobert
Steel, tobert kSte art. Joseph Priieo ind(]
others, contaiiiiing two htnlred (200)
a1creI iiorie i'r' ies., lig tle saiito tract
of lal ihit was convei rI- to 1laiy Alex
ainder, tinther of flt :h nd Rotha Alexan
ler, by Ileiiry or o(gani , oI tle 1st <ay of
Mareh 1855, as recorded inl book "K"'
2nid. All that. plaitntation kinown is the
ratiI lice, containing two hiildred anti
I went~ y.2(2) acres more or less, tljoining
landls of Art Crag .Jolm Stewart, Elisha
Alexamler, T. P1. Alexataler, and( others
On whih 1,. 0. Ale xanitder IoV lives the
Stiie Itct, bein g of tle esitto of E. I.
31. All (of ouit iiterei8. inl thalt. tract of
hu'll( onl which we nlow ivConltainling
six hinitidiel nid( thu I y-four |( lIj acrep,
more or less, adijoin ilnag Iai tls of Win
Craiug, h'ltilins .1. P owert" , Ielit o Free
in, Allt Ma.t\liii anid others, th saime
lin iig leei inhulet ited by ius froi the (s
tale of P'ev. Alexanider, Ileecased.
T'leirms: 0ni halIf ensh oil day of :ile,
bahinlee oi a eredit of iwilveI toti hIis. tile
creilit. pordoll to4 bIe securel b a 111nd of
thle purIIchaIIwr or. puca .-r 14 ita a 1tu -
tfige (t' tie prit. sei so h sill. with 1t ,eave o
tie puIi hnt r or- IIIihi- avi i. t4 alicvip le
Ittyient of t ie relit 1:ortiniii 111irchia er
ir Iuclhers butst coliily wi:II the termo
of Ii ,1 Withiili ole hol, or sulch of
said -nI etk (if iiol IN there is a fail.ure
to Comiilliy wit t h It Ir (if SaQ.1 itS to
wih he 1wrsol oi the smtin day lit, the
rik vf the formuier I tiltl.l a re
adi jewelry': your presents
andl pu1rchases aw~ait your1 se
N iely Italled PI te ILace Pins, (Color..
Soli hl IBroobeis, I eautiftul Pat
llolleil Platte Ntek Chains, WNith Set
Ilest ( h l- Filled I i(rgiiette Chiainus, 2.50i
Hlack( Siilk Fohs,( Ghl.Plated'c Slides, .1 5
Goi hililled Watchi (hin s, Plain and
Co llar Hut tonts. separabile tops, .0(8
Sterlinlg SilIver Hiraeclet, Chaini and
Any article in Jewelry pro
cu red oni short notice.
Rogers 1847 silver goods
Pattern s, V'esta, CoILumbia
Herkshire and Shell Satin
Forbes Silver Co's., Quadru
pie Plate Tableware.
Yours for trade,
W H PICKENS
______ ASLEY, ___. ______
A full hne of fresh, pure dirugi
deliveredI at any timo, (lay or nightI
' CALL AT THE STORE '.'
To Meet Competition.
JST THE THING
SOAP, PERFUMERY, CIGARS
PIPES TO SUIT EVERYBODY
FROM 25o UJP TO $4.00 EACH,
Complete line of Bibles and Tea
tamenats with full conoordance,
Agents for Belgian and Angle
Lainp.. If we haven't 06t what
you want, let us know an e wl
order It to you,
POLT & TuBam su
And cut prices to the qI
the tradng public a golden op
If you haven't bought y
that defy competition.
We d6n't intend to car
you will find our prices cut to t
Not a section of this shop bul
be emphasized in print. To tel
the new season in the prescrib
space were impossible. Can on
from time to time. To make he
est assertion that this store was
for fall and winter business is th
DRESS GOODS SHOWING.
The dress goods showing is
prouI of. The newest, the be
priced. All the new shades are
TAILORED SUITS AND SEPARATE SKIRTq
Whatever of style and dress F
this seasons product, a fine repr
perfection may be seen here no
INGS, FLANNELS, PERCAL
INGS AND )OMESTIC G(
TIONS AT THlE LOWEST P1
THE NEW JACKETS AND FURS,
Are here in great quantities,
ones to finer grades, just as you
THE FAMOUS "QUEEN QUALITY" SHOES
Our shoe stock is complete w
Fm-..-.item in Dry Goods, N
use Furnishing Goods, CoE
-OALL +PURCHASERS +OFe
FINE DRESS GOODS,I
4' WAIST GOODS,
MM MUFFS AND
CAN SAVE FROM TEN TO TWENTY'
.R CENT. BY BUYING OF US.
LI THE LATEST THINGS
FULL LINE OF MEN8, LADIES AND
MiSSES UNDERWEAR, 25 CENTS TO
15 CENTS PER SUIT.
A COMPLETE STOCK OF STAPLE
DRY GOODS AT THE LOWEST MAR
DONT FAILl TO CALL ON US,
EVERY DOLLAR PURCHASE GIVES
YOU A DRAW FOR A $35.00 HAND
PAINTED TAPESTRY TO BE GIVEN
AWAY ON DEO. 24.
MISSES ROOER$ & 0O0,
(AREENVILLE, S. C.
110-112 North Main Street.
Southern Rail .vay has inaugura-.
ted Pullman sleeping car line be,
tween Washington, D). 0. and At,
lanta, Go., on their "Atlanta &
New York Express" trains Nos. 55
and 84; first car southbound leav..
ing Washingtun November 3rd;
first car northbound leaving A tlan-.
ta November 5th, 1001.
This affords Pullman service on
those trains though from Altanta
to New York, the Pullman cars
having heretofore been attached to
the Atlanta & New York Express
at Charlotte and no Pullman ser-.
between Charlotte and Atlanta.
'-Bolt and Thornley have the gency
forNanall's ura eaanI.. at lmancu ...
100DS, NOTIONS, M
uick. It is our aim to do mor<
portunity to buy first-class mer
our winter suit you'd better tal
s going at $5.50; $6.50 Jacket.
L THE LEADING COLLA
y over any goods in this depar
he lowest notch. Every item
E IR CLA I MS..K+
strongly presses its claims to
you of all the good thiuigs of
ed limits of our advertising
ly give you a hint of a few
-e are and now the broad hon
never more completely ready
e proviince of this "ad."
such as any store might be
st and the most reasonably
here from io cts. per yard up
naking perfection there is in
esentation- of that style, and
.v. Big lines of JEANS, OUT
'ES, SIlIRTINGS, SIIEET
)ODS OF ALL DESCRIP
aind the prices are from cheap
ith all the new shapes in any
>tions, Carpets, Mattings, Rugs, Windoy
16 to us and we will save you money.
ci 200 Muinu street, GRfEENVILLE, 8. C.
WEST END W
GREENVILLE, 8. C.,
Prescriptions filled promptib
and satisfaction guaran teed
Most up-to-date line of toile
articles in the city.
Are you prejudiced? Ara yot
Apen to conviction? Many p~eopl(
think it impossible to fine a First.
olass General Store in a town of
Don't you believo it.!
Becauso you can be convinced
there is a First-class General Stort
here by cailling on
L. Ross Eaton.
- Cntral, S. C.
Wlhore ypu will find a fine and~
varied Stock of Dry Goods, Dresi
Groods and Groceries.
L. ROSS E~ATON,
Cen tral) 8, C.
I huo Just bought a two horse farnm
and a one horse farm near the Coui
RIouso, and X offer the uame for sale oi
#984. IY M., MA1Unil
l.34~2' lost Is OT7.E :L=BEG
AN~D AS (VASE
EASIER COUNTED THAN
IN THE SILS
HAVE GONE THROUGH 0
ILLINERY, CLOTHING, I
business the month of December
chandise at much less than its valt
ce a peep at our clothing departm<
D1 TN 0A3 A
; going at $4.75; $5.00 Jackets goil
R.S. l3ETTER COME QUICK
'oD T A
tment, so you can buy the season',
a bargain and every sale backed 1
Y'S WORTI OR YOUR MO]
Our Millinery Department thii
sion of Miss Tirzah Hughes wh<
Eastern markets, where she purc
line of the season's most choice
no pains to make this departmer
towns, and if you want a stylish
will do well to visit our Millinery
SEE OUR "W
It is the most complete line o
been shown in the county, and a
We cordially invite all the ladies
will receive a cordial welcome.
FOR THE IN XT
. .1.WE EXPECT AGO0
We( expeCt to dlescive it. We know Ithat
t hey can i get fori it, andi we are preare Il t ~ ai i
us to say that we untderhuvy and undlerell I vi
and( a liar is seldomii believedl whien hie tellIs thei
We invi~lto all to comlle anid look thro iih <
SHOES, UNDERWEAR, CR00
Clocks, Groceries, Stoves, Sewi
Halters, Sole, Lace an
. . . Furniture of all k
Including a nice line of II
are nice, clean anc
g rad(es1 of Mattresses, Carpets, itugg.s,
articles that the good proipie with 5(
Cputle ry, Shot Guns andl Hiltles, P owde' Lead
mite and Blasting Po~ wder to knock thei
prIoblt)y the hest t urn plows on Ith
W~ouhil Ibe glad to have you
WEF IIAVE A
1RI"ODDS AND ENDS" IN S
TIo 00 3MIGIITI
though all the rogular sta
COME~ IN AND SEE US and give usn
how we app
_ ~ W.
Th'le poor farnwrs needed help It Is thuis yen
--1 hauve always done miy bent for them In th
for p~rodhuce. I appIrecliatc yVouir liljeratl pttol
Ret, but how cheap enn I sell it, a good paitiul
Stambulrd granulated suigar Ii7 I b' a good Ni
best, chairs 400e, atll wool jeatnl 2!) ~.whIOe st
#1,14 asI good soing miacinue as made *23 ye,
4c, w'omens cou rse shioes 50c, 75c, 1.00, up to
per' d107 to) Dec., lbth and1( lonlger If I wvant. it
I will pay 1.00 for pens 100 for canie seed 7
frult untIl I got reaudy to quIt it. I want. to I
In the btoro to the children in for waluun.
are r Iereenting mie at Gapi 11111 wIth a good
ight, try themt
Iwill payas much the l'w of the trusts wIl
wIth mec this fall I ain doing my level best foi
Ta Pn $
and to that end we wil
tylc and service and at
g at $2.00.
song. In each !(par o
A. G. WY
Full flne <
Sole aen)t :Qo
Torrent I larre.
have. beenl inld(.!.
vou to resOnd.
A. . W .
Bridges & Ha~
IP^d & I
\t th i r in - n
aret int n re
Bridges & .:
PICK EN . -
D. T. % Vt.
HEAVY ANID FARLY
Good Frtesh SItock( i
all articc'e neede~ 1o 'I
sutllionl. SItore i I
street, rear of Dr). BaI
FOR ALL KINDSQ
PRODUCE IN E:t *,
I haive for s:Jo(
ltract of goodl farm~
buyorH to sen me,(1 I I
or (exch)ango for land.
dlortaking to do so.(
W,. A. Hamniton Easlec
---ThIose indeted to
a~ccout mnade beforo LI
1001 will please settli wtl h
as~ theo booksi will be turnet
Pui' On subscrJnt:
IN THE TILL:
IAT & 8HOE DEPARI
than any month in our history,
nt. There you will find both
ig at $3.50; $2.50 Jackets goir
AND GET FIRST CHLOIC]
; choicest novelties for a mere
>y our Iron Clad Guarantee.
season is under the supervi
has just returned from the
hased a large and complete
novelties. We have spared
it equal to any in the larger
Hat at a reasonable price you
f Dress Goods that has eve
t prices that defy competition.
to attend this opening. You
0D BIG TRADE,,,
FLX ED) FORN IT !T2
i e ple Wvnlt a's iulteh fr IP ller ianU:s
rg boywohns buadlesur amidmles
on Bedsteas, Sanddlteslres
I cheap enough.
Ini Itogs, anal a1 th)ouIsand of othier usefl
e by looking thrioughu our1 stock.
ShotL and (Caps, for suporting men, D~yna
otto ol ut of1.0 youri wtils. We have
Snmrket, anil of seiverail sizes.
try them. See themi.
HOES AND BROKEN SUIT
ck is Clheap) enough.
ou)tr Fall trade and let us8 show you
1r. McFA LL.
r-w~ith shiort crops and shorter~ prlce
e p~rices I sel aIt ane'l theico IC Ipa
age, this Li.1% Its not htow Iineth can~l 1
Ilouir $4.00); beist cofl'ee ~rown 100 ib,
7 stove $~7 00. a goodl o bed ead 32 25
ek ishioes #1.20 dlouble birrel shuot gunos
Ir gluaranltCej $14,75 Sheneting 330o enlico
1.2 .. tring oni your eggrs I will pniy 200
Se for corn 150 for beans 1.50 for'dried
iwaps Chiristmtas trix or any thing else~
Cels" A beoromibie and ''Wad arett"
(ock of goods, the b.,ys will treat you
allowv for cotto;~ zccd. Ilter trade
'you thisi time.