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THE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL,
Pickenus S. U,
THURSDAY, APRIL, 3, 1902.
Local and Personal.
-March came in liko a lamb and went
out like a lion this time.
-Mrs. G. W. Earle has been. quit<
sick but is improving.
-Rev. 0. M. Abney filled his pulpil
at the Methodist church Sunday night.
-Rev. S. H. McDaniel preached an
interesting sermou at Secona Sunday
-The tax books shut down on the 31
of March. There will be no more exten
--Where you do scatter fertilizer put
it lil)orally, but don't try to cover too
-Supervisor L. D. Stephens, after a
few days indisposition,is at his office and
general duties again.
-B. C. Ligon, Guy McFall and E d
win Earle are in Charleston attending
-Mr, F. E. Alexander, of Seneca,
spent several days in Piekens last week
as guest of Sheriff J. H. G. McDaniel.
-Mrs Eliz ibeth Bowen, mother of
Major G. W. Bowen and Senator W. T.
Bowen, who has been very sick is im
- One correspondent says his people
want all candidates to announce at once
so they will have time to consider their
respective merits thoroughly.
-Mrs. Benjamin F. Robertson, of
Olison College und Mrs. Wado C.
0' Dell, of Liberty, spent Eastor with
their parents Mr. and Mrs. W. T.
-Lucius L. Earle, oldest son of Dr.
G. W. Earle has received his diplo
ma from the Charleston College of Phar
macy and will henceforth be engaged at
his father's drug store in P'ickens.
-B. H. Williams, of the Cedar Rock
section was in town Monday. Mr. Wil
liams is one of the best farmers of his
community and is always hopeful of
iokens county and his section in partic
-The Journal accomplishes purposes.
An advertisemett, after running only
twic, effected the sale of a valuable tho'
small tract of land. If yen have any
thing to sell, try this paper as a medium
for making the fact known.
-Miss Sallie Alexander, of Soneca,
sp~ent Sunday in Pickens as guest of
Sheriff McDaniel, returning home Mon
day. Miss Salhoe is a most excellout
young lady and we regret that she
could not pay Pickens a more extended
-Deputy McKinney captured three
men at a still which was in operation
at the time, two men getting away. He
arrested F. H. Stansl, WV. 0. Hol.
combo and B. J. Stewart who gave bond
for their appoaronce at a preliminary
to be hel inter.
-Books of subscription to the Easley
Creamery Company are open at the
Mayor's office in Easley where- all sub
scribers are requested to call and cnter
their names. A charter will soon be is
sued to this new enterprise when it will
at once enter upon its career as a busi
-The Sunday School at Secona is ex
pooted to take on new life with the ad
vent nf spring. Mr. Allgood Moon i
superintendent, and the school hour ir
3 o'clock p. mn. every Sunday except the
first on which day the monthly church,
services are held when the Sunda3
Sebboh is opened at 10 o'clock in: th<
-Cedar Rock School District No. iH
held an election March 21st. pursuant
to notice to determine wheother an oxtrr
levy of 2 mills for school purposes shoulti
be made in that district. A majority
voted in favor of the two mill levy and
the trustees and managers of the eleo
tion have complied with the law relative
-Win. McCombs who lives at the Co
dar Zock spring, six miles east of thiu
place has caught seventy six moles ii
the last thirteen months. lie watcheo
for their routes while going to and fron
work and tramps them down and whi
he seen one at work lhe sets his heel ii
behind it and scratehes it out. After
big rain is the best time to fund them.
-We imagine that Engineer Jeanesi
happy, wve are certain that the citizens a
this community and adjacent to the lini
of the Pickens railroad ate, Ho put
new whistle on his engine last Thursda:
morning and it is not a "tin" whistl
either, it's a regular "steamboater" an
its resound as the train speeds along th
line, is not only pleasing to the ear, bu
adds luster to the road in that it make
our people think that we are on th
trunk line of one of the grandest rai~
roads in the country. The new whistl
Is, a good scheme.
. -The last day of March was a bus
day In the Treasurer's ofilo.. Thi
Treasurer and Mr. G. B. Hendricks, th
ssistaut, workedj faithfully and patientl
to 'accomiodate those who presente
themaselves for the payment of taxem
On April ist, Mr. N. A. Christopher am
med the duties of assistant to Mu
Chapman, and Mr. Hendrioks is n
longer there. The public. genernity at
knowledges thanks to Mdr. He~ndrielb
for bis uniform courtesy and efiloieno
in at Ietding to the responsIble and ei
satlint duties of the Treasurer's ci~c4
Mr, Esad is pe sua ede by M. 1'
-Bring your prescriptions to Thorn
-Only two more months of thb expos
ition. Don't forget that.
o -Special sale on fine box stationery at
-Dr. W. F. Austin will bo in Easley
0 April 8th and 9th.
-Harlan Simmon, near Ambler, is
very sick with pneumonia. He is at.
tended by Dr. Kirksey.
-Baso Ball Bats, mits, gloves and
everything in the Base Ball line at
-The friends of B. C. Baker will be
glad to know that he is able to be out t
after a long siege with rheumatism.
-Your attention is called to advertise
1mont of Pride and Patton of Greenville.
They are full of business in the shoe line.
-Jasper J. Herd, one of therepresen- I
tativo citizens of the westeru section of
the county was hero on business Mon
Call at Thornley's Pharmacy and ge4a
roll. lassepartont for framing pictures. f
10 ceut per roll. 2t
-Dean Singleton has returned from t:
a trip to Charleston where he hasbeen at
work on a contiact and incidetally tit
king in the exposition.
-Lewi C. Powell was before commis
sioner jewis AMonday charged with vio
lation of Iuti-nal Revenne law. The b
evidence was inhulilcient and the case ti
wias dismissed. tl
-A. . Patterson was arrested last.
Saturday night by constables Grady and i
MeCrivy and has been lodged in jai
clharged with transporting and selling b
-Married Wednosday night 26th Mar. 0
at 11 o'clock, at the residence of the of
ficiating magistrato, Philip Chapman,
Miss Anna Stansoll to Mr Jack Gray.
All of Pickens coanty.
-Your attention is invited to the ad
vertisiont of J. Milton King of Easley.
Ie keeps everything in the away of wal l
paper and houso beautfying material
See hin if you need anything in his line;
--A meeting in the interest of Gospel
Missions will be held at Praters Creek
Baptist church, on turday before the t
3rd Sunday in this month. All churches
and individuals interested in the direct L
plan of doing mission work are cordially v
invited to be prosent and take part.
-There will be a town election on
April, 7th for an Intendant and four 1
wardens for Pickens to serve for the en
suing year. The election will be held in g
the Clerk's ofrice and the polls will be
open from 9 o'clock a. m. till 3 o'clock
p). i. J. C. Jennings, B. M. Griflin
and E. 1). Chapman will be managers.
Death of Mrs. Nina Earle Wood.
Today we laid to rest in a lovely vault
in the Earle Family cemetery, near Pick.
ens, the mortal remains of Nina Earle 80
Wood, who departed this lifeat William- f(
ston, S. C. , Marci 25th, aged 22 years,
9 months and 1 1 days. She was the h
eldest daughter of J. W. Earle of Pick- ri
ons, and on the 20th of Feb. 1899, be
caio the bride and companion of A. C. u
Wood making Williaiston her future tl
home. Sho leaves asorrowing husband,
one little boy about two yers o1d, be- .
reaved parents, brothers and sisters and
a host of friends.
Her body was shipped to Dickens a
where it was met by a large company of
friends and relatives and escorted to her b
father's home to awvait burial next day. tJ
From a child Nina wa a good girl, a ra
regular Sunday School attendant, and
obedient and devoted to her parente.
She was a devoted wife and an a ftection
ate mother. She will be missed, her
place cannot be filled. a
On her death bed she often exclaimed, S<
"Hlow happy I em, I am ready to go."
Just before falling asleep she sang a s<
beautiful song of her own composition si
about the "Beautiful glorious sunshine" y
and talked to her sainted littlo brother.
May the Great Comforter assist the
bereaved. Nina is not dend, she only ~
sleeps, she lives forever. You wvill see
her again. "Because I live, ye shall ~
hive also. 0. M, ADNEY.
Capt. A. W. Hludgens returned Fri- I
day from the Exposition. Capt. comn - C
phiments the show and says it is well
C. B. Ilagood, of Clemson College, u
visited his home for the Eanster holiday,
Rev. and1 Mrs. Medd and their son, b
Henry, aire spending awjIle in Charles- ii
toin, seeing the Exposo 'hk
Dr. Montague's lecture was right well
attended, and was an enjoyable affair g
throughout. The Doctor has somea con- o
cisc and p~ointed opinions concerning
the ad vancement of the New South,.
Married, by Rev. W. E. Wiggins, at
the M. E, pasonago on last Thuirsday
evening, Miss Bessie Spencer to J. B.
F. Childrese. Mr. Childress is one of
Piekens County's p0rsperous young
farmers, and Miss Spencer one of its fair ri
and clever daughters. c
At the home of Mrs Owens in South
Easley, on Sunday eveuing at 0,30 g
o'c-lock, at small comp~any of friends and I
relatives gatherod to witness thme mar.
riage of Miss Miami Brown to Mr. New- C
toss WXhite. The ceremony, nicking
them mnan and wife, was pcrfairmned by y
Rev, D). W. Hiatt in Ihis usual and um- .
p)rosivo~ manner, after the ceremony a I
dlelitfull sup per was served,.1
Mr. and Mrs. White hsaveta great num- '
her of frien (ds who wish for them much I
pleasure andi~ happiness.
Revs. Hiatt and Wiggins begon a so-.
rios of meetiings in thse Usnion Church
Sunday night whsich will probably con
tissue each night durinsg thme week,
Easley's Ladge K. of P. will probably I
organize the night of the 8th, inst. All
Swhoe wish to enter as charter mnembero
Swill do well to see Rev. D. W. Hiott
prior to that time, and make proper ap
plj~ication to do so.
3 J. S. and ,T. 0. O'Dell, of Georgia, area
t visiting their father, Abner O'Dell. who
a is seriously-ill.
* R. E. B~oggs of Marganton, N. C., is
' visiting his father, M. A. IBogge; he was
Scalled by wire on' account of his sister
Miss Hattie, who was taken very sud
r denly Ill Saturday night; she is thought
a to be Improving at this writing.
o Dr. J. T, 31eBrido preached two ser
v mona here Sunday to large and atten
I tive congregations.
.March is winding up to-day with rege
.ular March blow,
March give us 12 clear days with rain
11 days and so distrIbuted through the
4month that there was little plowing dlone
a and the greater portion of what was done
y was plowed too wet and those who et
Good( Wriday" for plaingi garden seed
, did not plant 4Dnles the pmlanted in the
', ria or and$, 000i4 Wridsay wa * Vevy
. 'wat time this an hla yr.
Farmers have been putting in railroad
time farming and gardening this week
until Thursday at noon, It is raining
now. and that will detain them for
, - There will be Sunday school at
Fairviow the flifth Sunday. I hope every
body will take an interest so we will have
I good Sundny school.
Miss Lucy Smith, of Anderson coun
y, was the guest at Mr. Z. 0. Smith's
"eduesday the 19th. -
Mar. 27. S.
The farmers are getting on fine with
he work in this community.
Mrs, Hattie Riley, 'of Cateehee, ls
isiting her sister, Miss Sophia Mauldin,
charming young lady of our communi
Miss Alma Kay is getting on fine with
or school. L
Miss Elda Shelton, of Walhalla, visi- I
Dd her sister Mrs. T. T. Willimon last t
Mr. Sam Smith, of Sheriff, visited the
umily of Mr. R. W, Willimon lastweek. ,
Mr. Bob Mauldin is visiting in Cen- c
ral this week. c
Mr. B. Mauldin is saw milling with t
Ir. A. D. Mann. - 1
Chatter Box. t
The good women of this section want- t
)-know whether they will have to work
io roads, they say they can 4o't.
People are late with teirei crops . and f
heat looking botter only there is very t
ttle of it, and very little gardening has y
oen done. Some are afraid to plant
iany irish potatoes on account of the
ugs-a little paris green will kep bugs
T. C. Spencer has a cedar 4j feet high n
nd 44 feet around. How is that? n
I am afraid this cold sna)) has killed
The plows have started again after a
Mar. 28. U. J.
Mr. B. A. Green passed away March r
5th from this world of sin and sorrow
a the world of peace and ropt. Mr.
treon was about 84 years old; he was a
ighly honored man and loved by all I
ho knew him. He leaves hosts of I
riends and relatives to mourn his death.
The gauno hauling is about over and
ie farmers are begining to plant corn.
The health of our community is very a
ood at present.
Miss Laura Holcombe is visiting Mrs. a
A. Green this week. 3
It is about time for the Sunday schools b
> start up. V. 1
As I have not seen anything from this 9
motion in a long time I will give you a
Miss Artie, Williams has returned f
omO after a short visit to friends and s
mlatives at Liberty.
The farmers have been making good
so of tho few days of good weather, buti
key are still very much behind yet. V
Mr. S. . McWhorter has had a now
ghtning rod put on his nowv barn and
tveral other people in this community t
'e having them put on their buildings. ~
Miss Chimlia McWhorter who has
een staying with her brother at Liber- d
', whose family han been quite sick hiis
After so much cold weather spring is c
~ain making its appearance, tand the
mg of the plow man can be heard.
The early wheat crop is looking very s
>rry. The wheat that has been sowed
ne christmas shows up much better ,
ian that sown in the fall.
Rev. Mr. Lowdermilk filled his reg
lar appointment at Fairview last third
unday, but owing to the inclement
eather not many were present.
Mr Luther Hendrix from Liberty 1
illed on Miss Maud Sheriff last Sunday.
Little Mabel,daughter Mr~of and1 M~rs. p
koss. Henderson, is very sick with e
Miss Lettie Smith is visiting her Sins a
~r Mrs. Joab Smith, of Liberty, thin
Mr. Ham pton Pepper, who is making ~
omne in Abbeville County this year vis
ed at his father's Mr. Enooh Pepper
H~ealth in this communtiy is very'
ood at the present, with the exception ]
fa few eases of grip. c
Frank, soni of Mr. B. F. Lesloy is t
cry siok with grip.
Our farmers are getting very much bo
ind with their farm work and it still s
iins and we can't plow much and our
reps will be late this year.
The health of our community is very
ood. Mirs. F. JT. Griffin is imnproving
ut Mrs. H. A. Filhinan has beoen very y
I for the pat two weeks wvith but little
Mr. Joseph Looper %passed through i
estorday with his big engine and saw
aill going to Mr. J. S. Williams to saw
im a big bill of lumber to build a store
ouso0 for his son, W. H. Williams 4.whio
mill return home soon from Pittsburg,
'a. with his stock ready to put up. Wet
mih him much success.
Mrs. IR. M.- Foster, of Olga, was visit-i
ng Mrs. WV. N. Hughes last week.
Mrs. Lois Brldges, of Greenville, paid
dra. T. TV. Hughes and family a visit I
Mr. W. N. Hughes is offering all his
cal estate for sale cheap.
All you candidates put your names in
he paper at once so we can select one to
uit and knew how many watermelon
eod to plant to have plenty for you.
With best wishes for the Journal.
A VALUABLE MEDICINE.
FOR COUGHB AND COLDS IN
"I have not the slightest hesitancy in
-ecommendin g Chamberloin's Cought
Remedy to all who are suffering from
soughs or colds, says Chas. M. Cramer,
sq,'a well known watch maker, of
lolombo, Ceylon. "It has been some
,wo years since the Oity Dispensary first
aled my attention to this valuable med.
Loine and I have' repeatedly used it and
It bas always been benefloia1. I6 bas
lured me quickly i all obeel oolds. It
is espeoially effotive for children and sol
domn takes more than dme bottle to ent'o
Ibhem of boarseness, X brave perided
many to try this v4blabit modoi, and
th.e see all Pswl Pese Ie myse
nvq4 the resnit Yor saleS b( W.
RArES FOR ANNOUNCEMENT FOf
All County offices, each, $5.00.
Magistrates, - o 2.50.
All other ofllces,. - 5.00.
ihe above prices are invariably IN
Tho friouds of Janes M. Lawrence
respe "tfully 'Iinniiounie himx as candidate
for Trea,- ror for Pickons county; sub.
ject to thle ,"ltion of tho democratio vo.
tore at the com1iug primary.
Opening Of Books Of Su,%scription.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
County of Piokens.
Pursuant to a commission iesuod to
the underaingod as corporators by M. It
Coopor, Socrotary of State, on tho tweu
ty-fifth day of March. L
NOTICE is horeby given that books
of subscription to the a ipital stock of
the Easley Creamery Company will be S
opnned at Mayor's Oflico in the city of ]
Easley Stato and County aforesaid, on
Thursday April I) at 10 n. I. S
Tho said proposed corporation will have
a capital stock of $2000, divided into 80
shares of the par valie of $25 each, with
its principal place of business at Easley,
U.. and will be ompowered to engage
in (lhe bisinos of naking and selling
butter and cheese, pstuenrizing milk,
buying and selling ice and buying and
soling real estate.
J. T. LATlEM,
W. A. IIAMILTON,
(. (I. VOYTI, y Corpcrators
C. 11. CIA RPENTE1,
W. L. PI UKENS. J
(00) FOR RIlEUMATISM.
Last fell I. was taken with a very
sovero attack of muscular rheumatismu
which caused me groat pain and annoy
alice. After trying several prescriptions
11d rliumatic curos, I decided to use
Chamnhorlain's Pain Balm, which I had
seen) advertised in the South Jeasymau. [
After two application of this Remedy I
was much better, and after ',using one
bottle, was completely cured.-Sallie
Harris, Salem, N. J. For sale by G.
W. Earlo Druggist.
Clarence 1Hollzelaw Williams, is under
written contract with mo sigied by his I
mother who is his legal oustodian, for
the year 1902, and his left my premises
for tho purpose of evading said contract. 6
All persons aro hereby warned not to
hire harbor or in anyway emnploy':said boy,
the said contract still being of force.
3t William Ellis.
NOTICE FINAL SETTLEMENT. I
1 will apply to J. B. Newbery, probate
Judge on the 17th day of April 1902 for
for a inal sett-lemut of the estAto of Ran
son Duke, deceased and asked to bo
(lismissed as A dinistratrix.
would be a good time to buy some
Heavy Winter Shoes,
A lot of Childrens' Union 8mits,
the 25c kind, only 15c.
Lot of Misses Ulniot, Suits, worth
35c to closs the lot a 20c.
A lot of Ladios Union Suits eas
ily worth 50c to close at .3Sc.
Men's H-eavy Fleece Lined Un
derwear. Heavy work Blirts to
keel) the cold out.
SEE MY LINE OF SWEATERSI
Lots of Loaded Shells, Shot, 1
Powder, &c., for tho Bird Hunters.
Lots of good things to eat. Full
line of groceries at all times.
Call to see them early and ofen
A. M. MOR RIS,
if ~fomo 'Phone Ne. 24.
GREENVILLE, S. C.,
Prescriptions filed promptly
and satisfaction guaranteed.
Most up-to-da te line of toil e
articles in the city.
Are you prejudiced? Are you
open to conviction? Many people
think it impossible to fine a First
class General Store in a town of
Don't you believe it I
Because you can be convinced
there is a First-class General Store
here by caliling on
L. Ross Eaton,
Central, 8. 0.
Where you will find at fine and
varied Stock of Dry Goods, D~ress
Groods and Groceries,
Li ROS MATO
A FULL HOU
AND MORE TO FOLLO'
NEW GOODS COMING
In a short time our stock of Dry Goods,
Hats, and Gent's Furnishing Goods will be c(
his space and will tell you more about it late
CLOTHING, GENT'S FURNI
For this Spring and Sumner
ill be the best that money can buy, we buy :
est and we find it pays.
Big lot of guano Distribitors, Cotton pla
hovels, Rakes, Floes and all kinds of farni
low is the time to look after these goods. W
me extremely low prices on buggies and w:
FOLGER & THORI
EASTERN SEED POT
And Carden See
FOR EARLY PLANTIN
t is worth all it costs to have a good gard
seeds, we have in stock the nece
6arden and Farming
Hoes, Rakes, Shoves, Spades, F 3orks, B
looks, Mattocks, Plows and Plow Stocks, I
turners made, Wheel Barrows, Iron King
lachines, and Furniture of all kinds, Pretty :
A Nice, New\', Clean Stock of
IATS, SHOES,DRY GOODS AND
New Goods Coming in and Going out I
Anything * and * Eve
About a iome or Farm.
$@ We invite all to come and look throt
No trouble to showv through our
[IEA TII- BRUCE - MOR1
New Spring Coc
he largest and by far the prettiest line we I
1ave lifted the yoke of high priices and they
IMILLIN ERY! MILL
Miss I lughes has just returned from the N\
where she purchased a large and complete lii
choicest novelties. This dIepartment is etiu
larger townis. WVe cordialy? invite all the 1
::ou nty to call and inspect this department.
rect styles at very low prcs
In each departmuent you wvil! find big vahi
/ou to caill anid see us.
)During binesit s hoursl S ma 2)
tihe lowes pr
W CS' , CECEI~ A t'
tinpri1( ic leed
leai wor1 IIk killfiuly Ie
John T. E
One Price Cash
Wo call your attention to one of the muost e
E~MBROIDEIRY in short lengths ever shown ii
quahity 1s good and the prices are startling.
icjco sold. Bring us your produceb
Agen ts for Made~to.Qrder Olothiniug
Our line of
iothing but the
e can make you
en. Besides the
sh Blooks, Briar
3est Steel Beam
s tyl es.
gh our roons.
ave shown. W'e
are~ in reach of
le o the2 season' s
al ti any inl the
ad ies in P ickenis
i(s. It willI pay
yeir i 0 I I gili' o
SomO of Knob boys wout turkey hunt
in siordaiy mormug, they heard on4
go bl tho' veug, before until afte
lark and beso:ged -him yesterday morn
iug beforo d twith guns, but hi
cave then tho sp,. ')wover they turned
heir hunt into.a fox ' hD-and caught 0
?ray fox in short order and ot homnie i
ime for breakfast,
The beautiful weather for the pa,:t ter
lays has given the farmers quito a s5Lid
>ff with their plowing and other fari
vork. Spring so4 oats havO como ul)
licelv and1 look holiity and strong, and
he farmers in good spirits, and I can
iehr them whistliig 'at their plows.
'Better to Whistle than to whine."
A. T. Winchestor is still contending
or a public road to be opened, startiig
t Winchestera Mill and crossing through
hie Davis gap by W. P. Davis, E. A.
jewis and intersecting the public road
Par 11. J. Lewis. This road would bo
niite a convenience for the people on
jittlo Eastatoe. I believe Mr. Winches
er has about forty days voluntary labor
romised to help open the road.
Fifty cents is bid by our P. M. for the
krgest yield of corn grown on one acre
f land by any of the patrons of our post
Mee and one dollar to any of the pa
rons of said postoffico who will grow
ino hundred pounds of lint cotton on
6vo acres of land this year.
The peach treen are just beginning to
loom this the 28th ilay of March. I
,ink they are thd l4test for some years.
The health of our community is good,
)r which we should all feel very thank
il to th4Giver of all good. Let us
ank Him for his mercy, and movo for
Lenlardt Sect lon.
Only a few eases of moasles and
mipa mar the even health of our coli
inuity, One of Mr Taies It. MAul
in's little boys has been sick but is now
etting On nicely.
Mr. B. D, Lenbardt has had lighting
ads placed both on his hous and born
hich add to tho beauty and safety of
Work has begun at the old Holcombe
uill site for the ereotion of a first class
oller mill which will benetit the sur
Miss Nannie Ropor's school nt Len
ardt closed Friday. Tho rain caused
ier pupils to wear long faces bocauso
liss Roper had promisel them an "egg
innt." Miss Roper has won the love
nd esteem both of pupils and patrons.
Ve hy.po to have her.with us again next
We redeived the sad news that Clar
nce, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
. Looper, near Mion, wis seriously
urned last Monday 17th, and died the
th. He was buried tho (lay following
is death at Cross Roads cenietery.
I guess all who waited to plant their
ardens (in goed Friday were disap
ointed oil necount of the rain,
Cor n planting is on hand and most
triera are not ready, but as spring
len to be late I hope no time will bo
Peach and Plum trees are just begin
ig to bloom and from all prospects we
,ill have a full crop of fruit.
Wheat has taken a start and we have
rospects of a little bread. Fall oats
iat stood the w-inter loek flne, aspring
ats look very well, so we had better be
in to prepare for a full crop of candi
ates for they will have to be cared for.
Health through this community is
cry good at present with tho exception
i a few cascs of measles.
The farmors are hustling around try
ig to got-in a little guano and plaint
omoe corn before Easter.
Mr. George H. Hendricks has in a
cry good linea of groceries; and will be
lad for his friends to patronize him.
Mrs. Malinda Smith visited liar son,
am T. Smith, at E isley last woeok.
Miss Lucy Mauldin who is going to
chaool in~ lisley, visitedl Miss Clevio
lobins Iast Saturday an'd Sunday.
Miss Lula Dacus, of Maynard, visited
lisa Belle Smith this weck. We en
njoyed Miss Lula's visit in this commu
ity very much; hope she will come
CHMTT TA.NGA TI3RUtGIST'S STA TE
Rlobt. yT. Miller, Proprietor of the
lead House Drug Store of Chuattanoga,
penn.,* writes: '"There is more merit in
~oley's Honey and Tar than iln any
ther cough syrup. The calls for it
han all other cough Ayrnips cominiodl."
bolt & Lihornley, Pickons, Chapman &
TlATlE OF SOUTH'l CAROLINA 1
County of lickens. f
.mandla .E. Ken nornoro, et al.
V, TI. McFlall, et al.
lIn p)ursunu~c0 of a decretal1 order in
bie abIovo stated cause by lHon. Georgo
V. (Gago dattt d Mar. 20O, 1902 and an'fl
a the Clerks ofilc. I will sell to tho
liest nidlder on saleday in May 191)2
luring the legal hours for sale at. Pick
vsa Court -House, S. C, the following
raet of land to .wit:
"'All that pie'c, p~arcel or lot of land
ni the town of Pickens, county and stato0
foresaid, and known as lot No. 4a, and
ontaining one aoe, more or- less also all
hat other lot adjoining the aboyve mon0
ionaed lot and Ifnown as thle en P half
>f lot No. 14 contli aig one half acre
noro or less, also all that ot her lot aid
oin ing the above mentioned lots, and
cnown as the east end of lot No. 8(0 coil.
aining onue half acre more or loss and
cnown as thle real estate ofd Geo. W.
Fames, deceased, frontinrg Garvini and1
Jedar Rook Streots.
Terms eash. Purclhasors to pay for
apers and for recorduing the same.
Let day of April, 1902.
A. J. BOGGS,
Clerk of Court.
All kinds of watehes and Jewelry to
repair, Work and prices guaranteed
e -*.k. SNIDER.
Easley, S, C.
Foley's floney and Tar contains nol
sonstIpate like 'nearly all other eoughi
mnediolnes, Refuse substitutes.
Foley's Kidney Oaro makes kidneyt
andl biadder right, Doa't delay taking,
Foley's Kidney Cure if taken in tim<
afriords security from all kidney and blad
The surest and safespt remed for ktid
niey and bladder disene is aou' Igidnes
(Jtro. felt A Tbh uli Vonelw Chap
manU 4 CallahamP, Abl~.