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The People's Journau.
MAIK T I( EPORIT.
Corrected weeIY by thO Ioith l Bruce
Morrow Co.
Cotton.. .... 7 38
Egg . -. ........ - ---
Chickens-1ie";1. - -''. to
Fryers ........-- -. 5 to
Butter ..................."
I sw..... .--'
Local and Personal.
-Dr. '. F. Austin will be in
Pickons January 21st, and 22nn.
-The new brick yard wants
wood. Boo Mr. Stephens at the
yard.
-Josse Palmer now of the
Unioni ggIes8 force is at hon1ie
for a holidaY.
--.Marchl finticipates payment
this year-l. Wo hoPe this is a good
.-heli Journal will give wolIy
a reilim of tho work of b)oth
branches ot the legislat ur.
-old Soldiers rad the not1e
ifu 1liedI heirejini and be prIompilt
and accuirte. This aestimeL and
insuires speedly returns.
.--The Piek.-ns Counlty Wh!I(o
Teachel.s A solation witll 'n t
satti(by next. out' atli.ilu
will be appreciab d
-Te full f
ni t Ih L i a'1 C
tak.:- upt his l t
for th.- H u -.
CIAl I V: -IL
th ' e i le
t trlit t. ,
rf t!! b uV
Marril I n \\ In vy the
of th-- * i.:dat i :s' n.in i .-r i I . W~ \
C. Halrn 3"r. . m. - I.. l'ars n
to Mis ID 'vie CUll.:. ith f I'.
ei) n It; n !~
- .Cavn..n i v sy n'
racder fl a' dier-k.p-r ini t Ye
HIouse of' h'.Trs..ntafl ve's. than
dwel on the str.ts l'ickens, and
thoughtfully ai.ls-i.r Ie a m-n.
berof the House.
-Fertilizer agents aro hard at it
ing orders and arrruging fo)r
shipments of goods. Proper ert i
lization pays and the local agents
do a good service to their people in S
arranging for reasonable credits en I.
their goods. t
-Misundestandnu- of the seh-mi
law cause troule and 'ften Iincon.
veuience and the School Commis
sioner gets the blame. If you ar-. U
a school othecial or teacher. be w- K
posted on the law and save soire,=
bcdy else from worry.
-Small-pox in the~ vicinityva
Pickens has caused some- uneas:
ness, but everythingr that ca:.
'e done locally is 1-ing dcone ti
prevent. its spread and to at~vit~
the suffering of tho"e ni:eei .Foo
much care cannot be obevd
-The Auditor continUeS:-c'
attention to the fact :..a this is .
the year for the r al es:ate me
ment The time f r '1k '
turns expire'a Fe
cuirate and save t
taxes a--~ to bie pi' Ti. .
8 is no on1 his r' un
--Marr' iid
at haf pat -i
of Janua:rv - -
tcp . t . --
C. :
b)a:
ah t
arn
gTh -
chim:.yv
lost r- rd
Read Th'is.
Jan 1d 1'
tar;iu n the p
urv 1.exte at I a2
this dav h1 h . * .: a-i le
D~ay, an 3I. 2-n r. att:.a
of the' farmrsH 1f th a:t .a
pected.
In additini tr~ :nees
taching to the mi .-:. a'A the E.x
positiu::, the G(d (1 C' :L
tion will conven-:: Cnar.Ston 0.
the 3d and conti .rego t..e
7th, February' sr 1:. to -s e
tending the mneetAgS Lf the So
ty can ailso take inthe meeticng'
of the Good Roads Co:.gress. T1 :
will be quite an interesting co:.
vention and one well wortn tha
tendance of all farmi-ra.
All members are urgent!y irvited
t~o att.Dd.
TROS, W, }IQLLO WAY.
Secretarv.
EASLEY.
F. .E,. Piebe ns and V. A,1I1oward
of So, Rty, spent Sunday at tho
hiosit( of thoir parents.
Mr. Ballard antd family havo ro
miovedgoinig to the Clydo farm,two
iies north of town.
Aliss Fannie White gave a very
otnjoyable sociablo, in honor of
Mis Maggio Brown of Central, on
last Tuesday evon ing.
J. C. McCravoy of Washingtoni,
D. C. is smngiU i few tIavs aIs t
gue-st of his brother EMWari, at
Easley Hotel.a
S. N. WyatI has ,rchaed v, ).
Cu retonjl's sttblo interets, ani will
hereait.r luive sole u eIIt v
the Iivvry buI. s i oniee tioln
Easley .lfotel.v
a
lo)pleted a.1 hut1*ineI1CkS CtuI'sC in tho
eria \ il n '-u lsis ColTe e t
)f Mal Ga u1turniedihm et
I SA 1i.Kitti-, Lee Kirk e en t(red
to, ne . .- lohe
* th. 1 te( i . of D i
i t
r.
he --
NN'
- ~ a d d -k
N,. I
a
t
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- eogltac o
On-n Le-ain'rieu
-I. pun an
Farm Life Agam a@.
Mi. MILLER REPLIES,
klitor Journal:- It is obvious
that ily friend and fellow-cadot
Mistook the drift of my article to
Lhe Journal of somo timno since.
[ am glad that, he directod my at
telition to the nIoaning that others
might attach to what I said, sinco
I can now Oxplainii and I think)
uatisfy the 'agriculturists."
.I) writing the article I had not
lie slightost idea of criticizing or
electiig upon the farm life, or
n.v ono eigaging thorein. In
ced, I have nover thought of it,
iily in tho highiest terms ; and one
omiing from the cout.try aid ow
ig it so much a* I do, would be
erv predjudiced iiot to appreciato
nd testify to its bIenefits,
But a!n occupation, however high
's standard, hasl tIever Satisfiedl
bo whole people, n1or oan it over
o it: so what is to father an
:loal pirsuit may be rmonotonous
r dl..-s drudgery to tho sul.
ii b!ing truo and it also being
ii ese ible failing of the parents
> wi-h the chill to tay at home
1A take car- of the farm and it.
t r -1st I - wh~en (1'H au'- begins to,
h. . t11m to h. lYiessniess. it be
.the chihl ti e.wcrisei it'i owi,
I~nan1 more thnpl.:nIty 4-:.
r .u~tliaeh wee the farm am]
Asimple lie r puch a,
* ll tonu .- 1 l1: th.. r thn
I 'nll-> ' ema . i. far
* a thi rspnnuu i: t..din31
.1 I. \t ' I ii t 1 u.ee~f
-. .. i mr.- I i
-1, : T a i t
h L t
I I I t - I t
n tor k! n' ,a rrt
* ~ ~ ~ it A] Nt1' I'i II I
u ~ ~ a t- wa .:r
- c t - st t. e-'t Wth
u 'e\. I .. ' . 11k ' 1ve~i
I ne i~. e p.art ula
ev. th1a insuln na\v .:r *t:er
re they ch o- a lif---wcrk. It
iui lie sacrilege~ t' chuose wrong.
Eni natus hal rr-a~t tal~int fCr
a ain' a'uut:::ir: .. state. yet, with
kn owedg of ti~Li p:ower, he
-the p 'e'i:-not -uitale
TI Cir. r~ts. thz \
T --
T
-' s 5 .I : . '. .. r . : . -
I L
WTIG.
T C.Rob :. '. ath
or \ ct : '. I A1:r' at i
am.: t~--S f.. t:. 7 7 s ofc'
d 1~r Jn 1st 1%.A'
:.t m.RbL~. at bestte ir:.g:h
mt thrtyj dav, 13.
'day afternoon at the MethodLs
church was not largo but enthusi
astic. Next Sunday' afternoon a
the Baptist church there will be i
s)ecially prepared musical pro
grainne renderod to which all the
young m10eli of the town are cordial.
13 invited. The entire meomber
shil) is urged to attend aesthe roll
will be called and the associatioi
will start the new year on an ac
tive working basis.
Mi1ss Susan IB. Anthony, the fam
otis iermlale suffragist, has written
to the Attorny General asking
him about the laws of South Car
lunt iti so far as women's rights are
cncernied. hie asks as to their
legl statuis as to property rights
and as to su flage, adding that io
wanted the information for a book
ai out the rights of women she is to
publish. 'fie Attorney (eneral
wIll at swer that women have all
the right of imen iII this St.to e(X
cp it that of voting.
PNEUMONIA ANI) LAGB1IPPE.
( ; eurail i -lyuclv by Foley's ]Io
:0A Ti Tar. Refucs sunb-tites.
N(>T NS(~zm
b i I r- n . l o JJ'Iiard wvill
- 2 fior the pur
-C n ,t. 4'di. r, sai!',
I .11 ar-~ iipplie:I.ts
n* '..r thie act i..
-~ ~ ~ ~ n 1 I II i.; *.-q
-. 'a ' . ( id ,Ir l.il
(i the i nsi, 1
6 h ~~O).wh re:-i:. <
it..> h ve any. I'..
1 \ arrr tots p
Sn hU avei dial or mvI
b ii1 thjila';t y tear,
Cointy Chairnn.
HI-. t2
~l --Q C~s .mkLcune g thbe il lng ip-r
-s d ion. N.lieg wa 1 new
: infatal lug t ouble a
wi .T:- and Talsnar.---hire
CHI WOTHNLEY.M3
.\ n I. y th.: oaisf Murrav.
Co... Cue.:" .:rg Mnucurir'g
trmoualys itet lry quart.:-sfe comgi
litt i 4 i; a day or two ago)
1y 1:1u . h ImS(.11. It is said
zrt.: i had bn taritnwkin, ntid
n ) -tner ra:nfor his killinig him
,has develope-d. le was a ntew
conw'r in Orangurg and leaves a
wit- and seviral mall childreun.
CHID WORTH 1ILLIONS.
"31~y child is worth millions to me,"
says M1rs. 'Mar~y Bird of Harrisburg, Pa.,
"-;,t I Would have lost her by crotun had
I r..t purchased a bottle of ane .Kfiute
Co-,-gh Cure," One Minute Cough Cure
iq su-re for coughs, croup) and throat nd
h ':.e it Lepe heu
- -L x THmLEY.Ii)1\L
- the :-afe ad h*.
np.Thr is .
- IITHL
r,.
T X 1A BLE J EST.3ENf.
"teheis o Da. Orrl af ag
against heSoutern. ri.wa
:-.rcuh Ho 1. S-tanyavoi rr t. Wiro
Aj'aeBLIF AT TAKNE.
F e Hey o ad Tarr ar woued
t. mAn doehto wsk.d pryv
fr'gL rnii purnarb .a gr:7.
Poley'sh Kgidav ne C u
aant thy Sambe er ria
TO OUR CUSTI
We wish to thank our friende and c1
1'l t rogo given us tho :past year a
a continuanco of past favors. We wil
nd1)I prosperous year.
Wh have some bargains to offer in I
ne, >Ieavy Clothing and Shoes.
Yours truly,
FGLGER & TH
FOR A CL
01-'
WMNTER CC
ESS 8 BLACKS
Extradr r rv w.
E trm in.T -. a Nbi
A\ f.wv (A PE nd JM'KETS will be i
Th' m- t 'x t ra r !inary valu in Noine
savy Shoes. T i h M. t
The alli-t Whit e od.Lawnsi and
use goos will be k,.it in i1l tht new thi
ere cai ylu buy b.:tter Good-: for the se
JHespectful ly,
A. K. PA
Nev
r - - 1~
Clating, Fulrishi
Hats and Shoes.
S - ... CHIC. EN
. u d the. ' .lab u
ye w .1. b.r ng you a ni:ce prce as'
tt.rne.
We have a n:ce li
~hirstmnas Goods
Such as
CES, CHINA WARE, ORANGES, CA
otof F'ANCY PATENT FLOL
Tobacco
Toc is guirAg up and you had bette
ea We have abouit 500) pounds of sevi
t. vo.:- irter'ist to see uE if you want a
X'e e:<pect a ig Chis tmas trade and
ggrCOME~ TO S5EE U8~
Yot truly.
. u. WilImam01, 1, 01 VtuneLeOA.,
say: For ruore than a year I siffred
from lumbago. I flnully tried Chamber-i
lain's Pain lalm and it gave me ontiro
relief, whioh all other remedies had fail. I
ed to do." Sold by 0. W. Earls Drug.
gest,
Columbia is a rival of Groeivillo
in the <fforts to secuire the loca
tionl of al11 army post.
T'he ia'y frii-nikii of ( . II. l. ,
Engineer, E. E:. & W. Il. I,.,
hving i Lii, .n il I 0. b
know% 41f hlis recovery fic!:
kiinS y .h II. Ili w i - x
ctr(itnn who, ar.- V()i(-il
iiietekil.-noLT & ITiou. I I
Stalte Trosuir.r ..1 l s w .i
askeuI hI lt t ii 4t th. - ite
tax- S I'. 111'. Nt'al' hnd 1 ("e a ;
satilI thitt . 4la n!\- 'i1
rotin li i tt ' i S ) v.)cI i < . - i
state tr tu-y
'111 1.1 i :ii : ' 1 L 1'
t oy chaing s:ve >i. te wol
Audi>brs;y tr's Noe.
( o eelo n., plt -. ld' l e r
6* i4 :t .11 1 1 I . l I.
' oplght, ete i c, l l lung li '
th pw r .ain..it% <-prari -
1'.ie cli . 1 'fp ii.d or - f' t .I .
T h. till 1.1. .
h c th t
i . It
stutt is hatrd t', dell- -C a t-v ar.
n - y :t. It i, t bought th-t :
i th.. .
al~ierni S') : s; ruch :t~ ~ .i
Ua th-.: -it v.
-S D I' I T.I
r 'L ;1 f. < IA . .: . - A
TIl lRN I.EY.
Io t i- TT:tx I r - f .
V, .r t b.. 0o- .: -- - .- .
tax - !,r . f -th til u . 4 ,f llg H i:>:
Six l e, l olty .an vy .
Crira, WorIin-S'lay, Jautr 1 -.
Fri .ay, .
Ini the- offlieo 1)uesy lt~u
E-ti4ley. Ml ;] d y are1 T . :aa . a i
ry 1:1 aml 14.
( ro-s Plain, W er es5
Lo,,per's Shop, Thursabty..-Loolur-v 10.
h he 2Ps' Stoie, Friday. .lanotry 1-4.
in ot lf Saturlay. .innuar% i I.
Pumpkintown, Mon e , .January 2.
nt~ woto--. W.tle-( . e a --
Pn F Hevy . n Led r
C cr rkr He: wor a irot
ari.. the :-ad o . .
wo od f aLc'.r ~
HeavyT ":. o Witer B:' Shoes,
J AS, OR IS
F g~LNNELSiN ~
)MERS. W
istomers for the liberal
nd we hope to mei
ih one and all a happy
ankets, Jeans, lan.
OR NLEY.
EARANCEI
)ODS.
AND COLORS,
AND KERSEYS!
ra..
old for Ifsq than cost.
s, Women's and ChIldr6n's
y g d shoes for little mon
E:mi)roi(rire is now on.
!ig, of thv season, and no.
,. money.
ark,
NviLtE, 4. CO
v' Coods
Stand
i Methods
USTOW
W..;e~:' forth FallI an d
ng Goods , ,
t) serve V'on
'.J~\. 1'~AND DOLLAR8
T Fi~ Hi.1 I.N GOOD CON.
- - ; #.rinity to) buy
icomne hero-the
GREE:NTILLE. Fl. C.
pecialty.
A\ND) EGGKS, but advise~ al
ther 0:. the, market during
two' w'eeks' after Christmas,
the~ old g~ut will be over by
SDIESM, CAKES, AND a big
1, with pricese right,
r lay mn a eup ply white it ta
iral kinds an d we will make
box.
have ninnity of hain t , ...

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