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The People's Journa
T. JT. MAULDIN, EDro.
W. L. MATHENY, Bus. Mon.
nterel at the Post Office at Pickens
Stibuberiptoni, $1.00 a Year.
TIIURISDAY, MAR. 27, 1902.
Thia week everybogy is gettih
down to work with telling licks.
.The n~w' Graud Jury starts the
work fpr the year in a practici
Majr Micah Jonkins will be gi
en a sword after all, and the Pre
ident will make presentation.
The last court added seven ab
bodied 'hands to the road Iorc
Better roads have encouragement.
Columbia has just pasod throng
a municipal comgaign in~ whic.
F. S. Earle was re-olected nmayoi
It whs decided by the director
of the Belton Mills in meeting heh
March 20th, to double the capac
Anong the real "infant indust
ries" ontitled to protection, tea i
clamoring for its special share,
And. why not?
A womian it, Petereburg, Vi rgintf
who for thirty-fivo vrs, passed 1
a man died recently,blit her secle
did not die with her.
0 * *
LY1iCe youribself it a positionl to r.
Ceive the bulletinus from the ex
perieintal station at Clemflson
T1he way to do this is to ask fo
on. E.; M. Huckier a meinbe
of the House from A nderson coun
ty;- has annoinced hiisell a candi
dato for congress froim t.he thin
Wiile the dispwlnsary law wa
Sqiewhat in evidlece, the haI
court shows that it is beinig nior
strickly observed and el eto ('ed ioi
than it aiiy timo siice its enact
Inl planninilg V1r0ops, donl't negOlec
to prepare for the iuicli neede
an1d very helpfil) folage patceli
Experionce has taught that thisi
amiong the best paying part of ti
It is confidenty claimed by new
papers thiat tho Spanish-.America
war so for as the navy s conce
ned,.is lat an end. Still some pe'
ple don't yet seemi to know Wl
wo the battlo of Santiago.
D)on't forgot that this is cai
paign year-the year for the d
(lussion of men and mneasureu
D)on' t let comipaignl rumors, start
to serve the purposes of the tii
dtoter you from a full understax
ing of the meorits of the men
your own account.
0 * *
Trhe .studious observer aiwi
k ntisf ies himsllf, after taking
good. lo'ok at any assembled b(
of P'ickens county citizeni, ti
our county is blessed with ano
telligent, law abiding and qI
Chairman Wijlio Jones of
State D~emocratic exen tive comi
tee has issiuedl a call for a moel
of that committee to be held
the office of Secretary of State
theo evening of A pril :3. The mn
is for ihn purpiose of insing
formal call for the ste Con,'
Lion to be 1h0ld 011 May 21 Logo
will the call for precinct moot
and to attend to such mnattorE
may need( attention.
If you expect to go to the Ci
leaton oxposition, no0w is the ti
Railroad rates have been redti
to at.poitIt that makes its poss8
for every 01n0 to enjoy tihe greni
fair evor projected inl tile soutli
states. This is an opportunity
many of our people to see
learn something of the outi
Sword whidh will help to broa
them by helping them to an urn
standing of what tihe south is;
u ally doing.)
4"The C'alicasian And The:
--gro" is the title of a new book,
published, and the author is
P. 'Chhun, & lawyer of abi
ndw jprabtiefhg in Greenville.
book handles the question of
neguro in the south with all the
coinpailying 'circumstances in~
pound,.. , common-sense, practi
way and tells the truth about
relations between the races sht
ing facts:.gs~ facts and Jeads
thoughfdl reader to wnake his et
olusione, Theo book wdil be y
The people of Greenwood,
Selection hold on march 20th, de
ed against the establishment 0
dispensary in that city by a
of .158 to 163. This is a close N
au and the ladies of the city too
very active part in the comga
against the dispensary.
" During the last session of
)g Legislature, James H. Tillin
Lieutenant Governor, presid
ir over the Senate, when overruled
the cominitte on rules in a qu
1, tion of parliaientary law, quOa
Senator Frye, president of the
v. S. Senate, and speaker Henders<
9. Speaker of the House sustani
him. 'These gentlonon deuy w)
the LicutenaLit Governor says abc
10 their opinion of the law and s
- they gave oppsite opinions to th<
Tillnan says they gave, and t
Lieutenant Governor is exposf
The question at issue was whet
or a motion to indefinito :postro
tho consideration of a bill was d
WYATT AIKEN FOR CONlMESS.
Something About Ilmi and Ills F ili
For the Position.
Mr. Editor: Permit me throng
the coinliums of your valuable p
per to endorso the candidacy of t
honorable Wyatt Aiken for cot
gress fromu this the third distric
in the coming demceratic prinar
s, Perpetuating as h3 does the go(
nann) of is illu strious father,
lustratiing also that faithful dev
lion to duty which characteriz
his sire, lie needs no introdueti
at my hands to the people
this county. My only apology f
attemupting to point to his Cel
r record an1d his fitness for congr
sional honors shall be that his oN
tongue, unliko that of the emi
r politician of the day, disdains
proclaimn in lantant tones the
. vish peans of self praise. All ho
or to Ins imodest, honest soul ;
scorning the petty decoits and t
wiles of the political mystic im
he prefens rather to make his
race a race on issues than one i
pealing to the passions of par
v sans, to personal or hereditn
friendthips, or to his own magn
ie, magnanimous personality.
shall than not transgress u)on
prerogative to present the iss
t upon which he will wage his ba
royal but shall direct attent
1 in-aro especially to his recoi-d -a
- private man.
a He was roared on a farm in.
e beville (now Greenwvood) cou
and as a farmer was always suce
ftul. His talents however Ca
him into another professio'n
~which it was his pleasmei to ren
n in close, confidential elbow-to
r, with his former fellow-ti'hk-rs
- the soil, His decop interest in t
to welfare was mainifesited at all ti
in a practical manner so that n
over doubted his sincerity nor I
gestionied the genuinieness of hii
Ln' terest. For him politica had
is-- charm, lie sought no personal
- grandizent, ho had no desir<
ed political prefermeint, but by
merit lie was colled to act as
'i cial court stenographer eigh
d- years ago and has since then 1
on the position with honor and er
to himself and eminent satisfo<
to the otlicials of the court ani
~ys the public. His uniform c um
a to al, regardless of easte or
unhave won for him, during
dycontinuous itinerary of eighi
*aat yeairs,golden Opinions in the it
in- of hundred who will be delight
lie honor him with their ballots.
race for congres, is not b~y
meacins of his own choosiing, to
the has hieretof'oro resisted the ui
.i appeals made by his frie'nds ti
ntlothusofhis naeme but
:mng pre'ssurme became too strong,
in) spontanity became too e'vi
on and ho was swept into the ra<
ee~spite of' h imsolfI. NOW that h<
t a iccepted the staindardl, lie will
the1a aggressivo race anid a win
thor Not alone ui lire has ho se
[iigs h is country but truio to his h
as naturo anid patriotic solo, lbe vi
inre the Span ish war as pr'
and shouildered his musket
member of the Abbovi Ill mit
ar' copay in which capacity
me. served in the first 8. C. V. I.
cod imwent one mon th, whe~n for
ible tiouis seric~es he was promiote'
test Blattalioin Adjult ant. During
whole of his service lie was A
e lRegimental Quartermanter and
for worthy of note that his acco
and with the government, invol
ide over $100,000, chocked out
cn.Hero, as ini every other
ien peyhe served with equial a
er- faction to officers andit mon
act- hero also Iho endeared himise
all with whiom caime in contaic
his big-hearted genlerosity
~e- thiouightfiiuness of the comfc
ust the sick. I refer to this at
Viirisk of t he displeasure, for ..1
aware as are those who witne
Lity and weoro the recipente of
r'he knightly treatment, that it war
the desire that his name should n<
a-known ini conneictioni with his
ouns act's, but in is own unosi
a atious way
081 ''He did good by stealth
he And blushed to find it fani
w. Many a poor, sick soldieri
hhis life to this benefactor for
Sing him from the hospitil, sea
*~ him home, at bis own expenme
a4 taking the riskc of seourine his
by Jre: i-s d
oid young. men of the dist rict.- hehAy
~,gfsectye~d emiployntlir . -. ar
gor number of. ypung men tbam
rote any 11an ) othis d,istrij,, .bharring,
rote of .courso, membrs . ' ,cogress.
k a This is a fact not genirally*m iO&E
ign but one. thit cao, ewiy..be ,eriled
by a search of the recold ''It .i
a spleodi4 tiblute to hiaiP'6uarity
and influhece ainds ist intioned
the ndrelf' to V shonv. the-inflp: he
an,~ *'dld'vidJd ii .or ,Iatapal; oaWe
ing n)A*k6 ~body.# ifflm is..1LlHe epirit'
by ed and look 'wiith kaaoduse'pridelup.
on the acvaiicdrhd 6i1 hdi4i native
ae- country.- Iihis .ows -! town . he --is
regarded as a qafe,- 6enservativo
U. cotinselor in the pnalttr''gf - -
mI, nal iprilmovemeuts an(it ie by, his
offorts that -cotto anill, water
works and tolephotne systoniof his
at town were establisickl upon a pay,
u1t ing and sAtiofactor.. .bass. He is
%y recognized. as at iEfin tull1 hiifoijr
me ai(d as aclos0 student of all eoon
Ie omies. He- is wel- versed - in, the
d public questions fr,.mn ft statistical
* Mid logi.cal!ppin(.ofvidw and with
1- his quik niind, and rea4y .todgue,
ae with his knowledge of legislative
. proceedure atid congressional pro.
edel-t''with hi close usooiation
with the people of hisi district for
tie past eighteeoyea'rs ind a con.
sequerit. kow'tedge of 'thiii needs
he will niake u -i inAdel edngress
mani and one that we' need iot be
alianhaed to continjue in office.
V. 1. 0.
iC RAW Ot INFLAMEO.LUNG.,
- Yieh rapidly to:th. wondli fiti eurative
Sand healing (Jt1lljteH of 10oley%. I1Ioney
y. :id 'Tir. It:p tevelts pnennmioiat antid
)d 11s'""Pll jlii'i.froin a iird 1cohd.settled on
111he lunig.4. Iia'griplicoughsiiv gild qictk.
' IY to 1he wontidlerfil curative (aIiliries of
0- Fol-y's Aitmp and .Tir. '-hew, Ji not h
1d lx else "Juist,*ai good .'' Jolt & Tiorn
ley Pickei.s, Ubay1anan1111 & Calat111tvil Li
or WOUlD) SMAtl T1E CLU;, .
If i1embers.oI tho 'llay Fever As11o
clatlon" wold m-. D'. khigs' New (*i
vn- cover v for Coiption the ciub would
dI -,-u to piecs, for it atwvr eures ia
to nithahi % ,-- -d Astiiio,- the khik that halY.
les the doctors-It wholy idrives from from
the mysteil .Thiottusin(! once-11pe-l-st
n-au~ees ,-mConlsusppI tionl. Pnetun111on.
or Ia, lUronbitie we: their i'vLe tiIl hitaltI
he t o IL- Ite)I(I';qers Gi Ip, Nave's tl~e oncu
fronu CrQlp atiud %vhoopiig Coligh 61nid 1,
positively ga'Iranitte'ed for a1ll Troait 1111d
a Itng troubles. W0e. $1.00. Tri.a -bottlei
ip. fr.e at ill & Thorn1ev,,..
ti UN IT EDpAUGIITESOL THIF
et - CON E DEGRA-CY,
I Through the Ch'rhesta Cp
his ter, United. I.anghtem sIof t)o Con
ues federacy a cor.dial itvitat-ioni wal
.tlt extoided t the last Stato oonven
!0" tion to moet in Charlosto; an f
1 . ). C. day y tqe' minmed durinj
the Ex)ositi6n. April 12th hot
U- bobi sdlected' ilthe day for ti
n1ty reun ion and( t'ho - *Deught(ems'
ess throughout the-South are urged to
Iled gra.e.the lhospitudie. old .cit..y.witi
!" their prosenoe on what. is 'sure t<
tain) be a nmomdirable-1 .ooasion. Recop
utch tiguue an.<l1 othipr apacial entertain.
ot menits will begivin,, t-he 'ce gard
~diF en in Chaleston and the azalea
nesM at Magnolia will- bet nit theik bes
tvor the height of-Its nttractiveness.
no .-- J 2.
for Cl~Ods the~ haliphies'of-the homne, but:
his nlagging wotit (fteh Ii 1u(d bielp. 'Shi
)1-tuuy he: .3) t1l- vous anti run doiwn i
heahhtt that trifls aninoy, her. If she l
-eon niwthnichmoly, exiitabile, ti-oubhlod wtth los
.1ied of appeatite, ht-lhei1, Sleuep)lessnesC, co
0(dit stipa'kn hutr~ f:uninghu antl tizz.y spellsh, sti
- needsl Eltecti ie liitters, the Itnost wonide
I to of Autfferemt fromt fotinte t'roubtes iservoi
tuisy troubk's, - ba~ekaeh~e - nndi weak ikidnle.
ley gu:Ir1111eant safaction,
ind1s Ad vert ise The Show
d toi Thot Exp)osition Coimpany hi
Trh. nlow fivo men01 inl the field, wh:
any have gone out ii' various diirectioi
r h1, to "'roiund ump'' thle people of th
gont and thes neigboring States at]
al bring tilem satfety in tothy .gates
the the ivory City.
its One is working uip South Car
den t lina Daly another is in Tainnesse,
e ini preparm ag for Trennessee D~ay an
i has the ad vertisinrg cars are all out. di.
makei~ semninating a knowl.'dge of th
ninig groait show ill ov.Eiy dlirectioni an
wanin hg the p)rocrastitting. till
rvedl only two mionth remain bel'ore t11
L'roie Ivory City avill become the City<
>lun- a lDreaml. All that is lacking - t
valto t hiis muost peCrf ect and initer'estin
as8 a F~xpositioni is thle preCsence ot vam
tary crowdsA ini its wide plaza and wit
he ing walks. Everything now is
Reg- its best, not aL flaw roniman, amn
iirmti the gates stand wide open to we
:1 to como)E the mu tlti tudes who hav
the bo'mn waiting for thsu stummer agie
.1ing and1( bal my airs 'of sprig whic
it is have come at, last.
ving (1 lON IC D)1A lthItlA.
to -at MIr. C. B It ilehl, oif Fir Pi;ny~, N
ca whot ksuttered fuoma chronile dIytentery fi
.a 'I thrtyitve yeafr~e, sauys C'hmelins Col
ltist- C holera and1( D)Iarrhuoea Rtemedy) id hii
and(I mnre gooii thai'i any other meidicineit
f to had ever utsed. For snieo by. 0. WV,.. Erb
a11( Greenville wIll eutortain th~
rt of Conlfiderate veteraus and thei
friends at theirtnnal cop Ventior
tamE The i-aliroa'ds twill giv& ieduico
ratosi amnd theopeople. of, Greenvill
ws~dlill (10 thoi-i'imtsti to'inake tli
bsveteranis andi the vi~sitors agt hon1
t b andl give them. a ,most -.einj~abl
time. Fhill partictulars as toiratE
ou n the railroads and accomumoda
iosin Greenvili6 will be publis)
od in duo reason.
".LOCKJAW FROM COBUWFAS.
)WeS Cobwebes put oni a cut lately gave
tak- woman look~aw.MIIIonse know that et
jn~ best thIng to putL ont a -Cult I.is H)otden
MAtnioa saulve, the infallIbale healer <
, Wounds, Ulceri, SkIn Erup'Ilns, Damn
4' Healds and Pilos, ~Souree or nQ pa,
Pu unic sa Rt aQ A ha'nIanf~9 @tmI 9W
For Dmrty and Late (7weie-.dd44ag
and Pilanting slips.
-It in quite important to hayee good
set-of 'sweet potato slips readyffor put
tig out- as soon as the danger from
fiotet is over. Care in bedding.the pota-.
toes will help greatly in sequrtng these.
0itt '-a good location with a southern
60)sure,"-4 that the sun will shine
tibjiono'it vis.neikr all day as possible. It
wli' be'better still if it be protecto& by
a houselor f?ce against the northwest
Winds: Dig &r spade up the soil eight
o 'ten inches. Rake this smooth and
flue with a rake. Place the potatoes
Jtist so they will not touch.* Cover
them with manure that has been kept
dry or with cotton seed. Then put'on
about two inches of soil. We say. ma
nure that has been kept dry because -it
is important to get up heat pnd hasten
the sprouting. Manure that biA been
leached will not generate this heat. It
.very heavy rains come. the bed should
be covered. If it be very dry, It'abould I
be watered. The crust should' be f-ll
For early table use or early -market
ing it is important to get the slips out
early, but for the main crop to keep
through the next winter they should be
put out late. These will be much eas
ier to keep. The slips should not be set
before the little feeding rootlets have
Prepawe the soil by deep breaking
and harrowing. Throw up a very flat
bed 11ome days before time to plant.
We find any kind of rotting vegetable
matter to be good for manuring pota
toes. They do not require much help in
this way. Heavy manuring produces
too much vine. Common oak leaves or
pine needles do well for this crop. If
you have no manure and must use fer.
tilizers, the acid phosphate is the chief
thing required. A little potash will not
be amiss upon the old land.
When ready to set the slips, run a
deep furrow with a subsoil plow or a
long, narrow scooter and set the slips
in this furrow. As soon as they have
become well rooted run a light harrow
over the rows. This will destroy all
the young grass an(I save a great deal
of work and trouble later. The sweet
potato crop Is increasing in value every
year. Southern farmers should give
more attention to growing, keeping and
Devtce For Tightening Peace.
A correspondent sends to the Ohio
Farmer an illustration of a fence
stretcher which he says ias "a powerful
one too." A is a round rod six or seven
fet long and from one and a half to
two int'hes in diameter, with a ring or
elevis at P, to which are fastened two
log chains, D, ), which are attached to
stakes. , E, driven In the ground. B
is a piece of gaspipo large enoogh to
--A PR4(oE sTnETCHIEn.
-. turn freely on rod A, with lower end
se resting on a large washer, C, to keep it
fronm settling into the ground. F is a
chain attached by grin or otherwn~ en
the fence wire to be sitretched. HI is a
crowb~ar put through the ring on chain
F and propelled around the rod A,
which causes the chain to wind around
the gaspipe, which turns with the le
ver, winding the chain around, capstan
fashion. The amount of strain is limit.
ed only by .the strength of materials
,and of operator. _
eThe Tobacco Seed fled.
e.Make the seed bed fine and friable
la three or four inches deep, advises
W American Agriculturist. Manke the bed
*sixc feet wide and as long as required.
4Sow que tablespoonful of seed to the
square rod. Miore seed makes spindling
planuts. To insure even seediing mix tihe
seed with corn or cottonseed meal, and
as it is sowvn over the bed a more per.
feet sowing may be obtained on' ac
0 count of its color. After sowing run a
Is heavy hand roller wver the bed or plank
i8 it. Firming the soll is essential to sue
dI cess, as a compact surface retains mols
)fture. Apply tile following once a week
until plants thoroughly cover the soil:
Three bushels of poultry dropp~ings
placed in a large barrel and filled with
soft water. A4fter a week's fermnenta
(tion the liquid is ready to dilute with
.warm water in a prop~ortionm of one of
0 liquid to ten of water. ThIs will stimu
d lato' the plants without delaying a good
Potatoe. Planted Early and Sprayed.
Manay farmers plant p~otatOes late in
-.the season in order to avoid in part the
.avages of the potato bug, andl there is
no question ab~out there being some
-adlvantago in this respmect. But if con
A thamed exp~erinments denmonstrate that
d early planting and thorough sprayling
1- wvill increase the crop from fifty to a
*e hundred bushels per acre over late
,g plantinig and little or nao spraying it
h .would seemi a wise polYey to plant ear
ly andi protect thme plants by spraying,
says Professor L. A. Clinton of Neow
*Maple Sugar and Sirup.
G eauga county produces miore maple
Isirup per square mile than any county
in Ohio. Vermont also hasq a large out
put. Vermont suffers froam vast qunan
titles of bogus Mimi) mnanufacturedl in
e 'cities and1 fla~vored wIth cheap maple
r sugar and sold all over the west and
So called "Pure Ohio Maple" is on sale
over .the wvest and east and indeed in
citica in Ohaio.-Ohaio lFarmer.
0 A~ 121l NJ''El U(lt 'i'1T,Y SUR RIIE)
-. " never waie so amuch suirprisedl in my
U defo al was with the results of using
- Chmamberloain'H Palin lialmi," anys fienery
, '. Crook, press man of tho AshevIlle [N.
C.) (azette. "1 contracted a severe cafe
of theumatism early last winter by get.
tin~ myfeet wet. I triedl several things for
It. Ithiout benefit. One day while .o ok
a ig over~ the Gazette, I notloed that Pain
0 flialm was positively guarantoecd to ours
as .rhenmalltim, so bought a botleof it and
>f before using two thitof It y'hioima.
i,11m had) tahen its flight RflT yai not
THE GREAT HIGNWAY
OF TR-ADE AJVD T1I9VEL.
UIiaig the Principal Consmnwoeial
Centers ano IRealth and Pleasure
Resorts of the South with the A'
NORTH, EAST and WEST.
MA93"M061111 Vestibule Tvai , Ths' ugh sleoin Ca.
betweoa e w v oyrk ad NOW osleagi** vi& t~a
Cininni animd ploridt points via A6lanta a vii
New York sad Ulos ida, either- via Lyn ,avtg, Damela
sad savsainall. or via Rielhueonp Daaviile &ad
Surei.- Diaiag..Ca. .savice oan a ..iouda, Tra..ine.
Ewcellent Bervice and 10ow Rate" to Chaa-leston a0,
*ount soutu Careolina lIturaState an d West Indian
Wintes Tourist Tickets to all Reports nvow on sale at
P detared Antrmqteant alrdtr ,~ time tables, race&, etc.,
appl to earot 184keeaswt" o earos
M. ft. MARDWICoR* W. H. TAYLOE,
General peaenger 4g8ng. Asat. Gea. Pass. Agent,
Washingtos, D. C. atlinti, Ga.
3. W. HVNT J. C. BE A M,
Div. pass eo enenv. c.t~tP~.fot
IUNUA~Y IQ, 1802,
FOR THE TRADE.
Write for our coIplete
Catalogue aid Price List.
It costs nothing, s1owing
Aft__ - al kinds of
BUGi[S, H8IYlNG.WAGONS, SURREYS, CARiAc[S, SPRING WAGONS &e.
NEW SiTANDARD WAGON CO,
Responsible Agents wanted
itn each town.
Please nention this paper when writing.
JOHN T2 8G0GS
During business ho rs i am11 ati m-t e ie to li.ure
the lowest prices on
W1ATCES, CLOCKS, JEW EL RY, C
A om11plete linec or, svwilg Al-chinw:a NveMMes
M e, tir. & ., al ay 1ni l o I
r NC~ . Phonfo-ralh a n rphophones. 1114 '.-II)
j ; ..1 j6 -Plhes oll hand~kI( and 11 for t s lit 11h1 1.m, nes re...
ia-m piIces, eliverei . -
epauilr work skillfully dene. Alhl work gouan
/ John T. Boggs,
NflW lR ~A l' LEA
.uw. . ,E ,L .. AN E
* WINTER COODS.
Extraordhnar~y values inal
DRESS GODSu, BAKS AND COLORS,
E~xtraoi'rinry values inl
RED FLANNELS, JEANS AND KERSEYS!
Extiraordinuary values in
Extraordinmary values in
A fow CAP~ES and JACKETS will be sold1 for less ihan cost.
The most e-xtraordinary v'aluu ini Mon's, Womenn's andlt Chii lren's
Heavy Shoes. TPhis is thepaito IhIt i buy good ais fm. I l n -
Thie sa:le of \Vhliteeoods. Liawns.' aind kImbroieri1s is~ no o.
IPhlse goodsH will be ke-pt ini all the ll(W- ihieL (f 10~(~8ialI i0
whiere ca n you biuliy betterI G Aoo:Is for thei san oni ilf~ .
J. 1. I11)(0 i,~ \V. AV. I' hAMO D
Bridges & Hammond, Soe
We wantito closiiout ourOentit!
sok of DRY GOODS at once. Unrl .C
The Goods will go--Woeyuiil idafn n
--AT COST-- od n Goeis
Conue now and get bargains. L OSETN
Bridges & Hammond.
thi nk it s-e toug fieO u
on' yu, belive sit !~9
PI have forman' ia ica f ret of land <s
83' acres lying on the waters of Wolf
oreek, adjoining the Rhoda Mauldin
lands, T. A. Ju lan in the Cedar Rook
settlement and known to part of the
Gideon Itoper land. rhis land is well
watered with about fifteu acres open
balar.co well timbered. The soil is
red and of exOdlent producing quality.
Forms will be made with pure'.iaser.
Address or call on
T. J. MAULDIN,
Pickens 8, U.
Foley's Kidney Ciet makes the kidneys
ind bladder right. Conitamins nothilig in.
urlous. Bolt & Thornloy Pickens Chap.
na n & Callaham Libert v.
HAVING A RUN ON CHAMBER
LAIN'S COUGIl REMEDY.
letween the hours of eleven o'clock a.
ii. and closing thne at night en Jan. 25,
901, A. F. Claik, druggist, Glade Sping.
li. sold twelve b-ittles of Chamuberlains
Joigh Itemedy. He says, "I never hand
ed ia niedicine that sold better or gave
wtter *ntisfaction to my cistomner."
'ils Remedy has beers In general use In
Virgial for many yoars. and the people
shere are well acquainted with its excel
ent qualities. Many of thei lave testi
led to the renarkable cures which it has
dilected, When you need a good, rella
)le medicine for a congh or cold. or at.
ack of the grip, use Chainberlaiu's
ouigh Remedy and you are certhin to
)e more than pleased % ith time (uick eine
which It auf'ords. For sale by 0. W' Earle
A SEVERE COLD FOR TnREE:
The following letter from A. J. Nus
batu, of Bhtesville, hid., tells its own
itory. "I sntifered for three nonths with a
mevere cold.A (Irtiggist gave ie somne ied
lelie, and a physieiai preseribed for ine,
yet I diI not improve. I then tried Fo
lev's liney and Tar, ind eighrt doses
ainred me." Refu;e suibshit utee. Bolt &
'Thornley Pickens, Chipman & Callaham
CAN'T KEMIP IT SECRET.
The splendid work of Dr. KIing's New
Life Pill Is ldaily coming to llght. No
suich grand renmedy for Liver and Bowel
troutiles waq ever known before. Thou
sands bless then for Cnring Conetipat.io
Sick leadache, Biliousness, Jaindice
lumiges-tion. Try them. 25c at Bolt &
Thorn'ey (Ir u gstoie.
COUGI sErTIlD ON lIEU LUNGS
" My daughter had a terrib!e cough
whicl ;et lied on her higs.' s tys N.
Jackson, of Danvile Ill. 'We tekd a
vrc it imany remedies without rellef, ti
il we gave her Foley's ltom-y and Tar
%which mired her." Itoffuse substituites.
Holi & Thornley P"ickenis, Cl-apnai &
CLARK BROS. & MO.,
GREENVILLE, S. C.
We Will Sell For the
Next 30 Days
Now in Rinoeb a
20 per cent:
loss than usual price. We have
some exceptioual values.
FENCING ON EARTH .
CLARK BROTHERS & CO.,
Greenville, S. C.
When you make prsets,
give tasty ones, purchasers
buy good articles.
Pickens keeps silver goods
and jewelry; your presents
and purchases await your se
Nicely Rolled Plate Lace Pins, Color
Sohid Gold Brooches, Beautiful Pat.
Rolled Plate Neck Chains, With Set
Best G3old-Fillend Lorgnette Chaidns 2.5t.
Black Silk Fobs, Gol-P.lated Slidl.a, .1
Glold-Filled Watch Chains, Plaini and~
Collar Buttons, sepmaab.e tops,.g
Collar Buttons, 1-10 gold, .25
Cuff Bumttonms, colored Settinlgs. pair .05
CulT IButtoms, Gloldl-FilledI, pair.5
14 k Gold Shmell itings, sets and pat.
Wellworthi Bracelet, 3 heairt silver fin
Wellworthi Bracelet, :a hieart gold flu.
Sterlinig Silver Bracelet, Chain and
Any article in Jewelry pro.
curedl on short notice.
Rogers I84.7 silver goods:
Patterns, Vesta, ColuLImbia,
Berkshire and Shell Satin.
Forbes Silver Co's., Quadru
ple Plate Tableware.
Yours for trade,
W H PICKENS,
EASLEY, 8. 0
My! fine young thoroughbred Jack,
good siZe~, smx years old. 'Call on or write
for terms to. A. C. fNutherland.
Rook 8. .
FOLEY'd HONE YAND 'rAR.
(Cures consghs and colds.
Cures bronehiltls and1( asthma.
(Cures croump and whooping colghm.
Cuires hioarsenmess amid bronobial trolubles.
Curse p~neumoinla mind Ia grippe. Bolt &
['hornley Ploken4i Chmaia & Calla
Poat, o .aTm