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The People's Journal.
T. J. MAl't,uN, -- -- - Editor. Q
W. Lrisi: M1rA'rIlNY, - Bus. Mgr.
1Cntered at the 'ost Of1ico at Pickens am
second-clais uatter.
S Ise-ilpt ioll, 81.00 1a Tea r.
''IHURS DAY, AU0. 7, 1902.
At. Chesterfield on Saturday it is
reported that Mr. McMalahan
charged in offect that Air. Martin,
his ol)plonent in the race for Super- y
intendent of Education, had issued V
"paid articles" through the Pick, A
ens papers. This is a i ttlo too
much to go unnoticed, since such
articles as have appeared in this j
paper bearing on this special race .1
have appeared inl the editorial col- 1
umns. So far as wo are coucerne d,
Mr. Martin has had nothing to do
in the way of influencing the ox" p
pressions of this paper. We havo ,1
never talked with him au1 0tt his 8
race nor have we had anything to
say to Mr. Nehlaban . The articles
and editorial expressions 11 ha e been
hased on what we regarded and
u11lerstood to be t.rue Factsl
of the case and neither AI r.
Martin nor any one for him has
over oflored us any induceuwents in
any way to secuilo the publient on
of anything bearing on the inatte,
of his candidacy for offiec. Mr. Me
Mahan dolh protst to'' aIIuch. IlIe
should answer the crib lcisis open
ly and not. I niltlatte that, a1 news
paper h.as bec paid to advoc(ae
his Opponent,
SOMIi SUGGESTIONS ON liDUCATION.
lducation con)erlls ev",,trybody, I
especially is it, a vital 11uestionl inl
a growitg country like this.
iBOv I,'<\w l In l9 . 14) \ \ T '
RceCOntly Ie Nash viii .\ I''II
iisisted that the State I)ie'ora i
platformtl shoutld declaro for bwtter
schools and mon sellm l da)ys fora
country clli1I11"ell ; in111Iiill Iraini1
atnd agric ti rlit oln III'Iti onl inl thl'
p)ublic schools and thlo:;c suppocrted I
by public fui.ly. .
Il[r.) is at 1lit. fotn ill a fw li1n s '1
that has more horsc senst in it to
the square inch than any state or
national platform ever written.
Such an1 ,. Ol idea aopted anit carried
ou.ut n the South would prove to be
a dyna~mo that would utilize all the
boy3 power and1 gil-power' now go
ing to wasto.
ivo lived ini the souith ais
v'e can ouu the bounties of
liuLI , and hiave reached the poinut
at wvhich we must,5 study' gejoi'
loarn the arits, use our1 nailttrial re
sour1ces and( aIccumilat.' wealthI, or1
01l(o fall behind and y dwn.
Tisj is a statnmen t wor'thy of our
most earnest conmsideraltionl.W hocan
saly that the naitur'al r'O8ources of
the South (10 not sur'pass those o1
any other country?~ What will we
do with themn in question. - HIow
long will our hundreds of tuirbu
lent streams dash on their courso
through the land, carrymng Ito
waste a vast store of energy! Whenci
will our1 little hills and1( moun11tains
bIe miade to givo iup thiei' hiddecn
treasures, and what of a more aid
vanced manufacture of'King Cot.
t>)n? Thme South has done well , I
hut miust do niore to endure, but
ho0w useless they aro without the
knowvledge and skill to accepti
thloml in the fullest manner1C1,
e * *
TH'I ONE 'TuiNG; LACR INn;.
One cannot avoid the conclu
sion that moro of our young men
onght to preparo for industrial aund
commercial careers. Only a few can
be p)rofessional men . Many must be
manufacturers, buyers and sellers
and workers. Lot themi be intelli
gent, trained educated . One cans
not forget the young men who
have been lost to lifo by aiming
vaguely at some calling regarded
as higher when suicess awaited
tbem in aun industrial career.
Many a boy has received a higher]
oduoation that prepared him for
hfe in general, and holding him.
self above the shop and miarket
anid low wages, ha~s found at~ length
his only hops of a living in teach,
n lg School with not a apark of the
* eAching sene in his heart, Many
a father has given a son a higher a
education only to find him aimiless I
ina a.busy World at the end of four 'a
t et it not be forgotten thatj
h 'oung men did not suffer be. C
o f their higher education, '
also pqrt1palarJl prep arod. The ~
fauilt liea not o he one, but in T
lack of-the other. The one thing ~
do 1. to properly combine the
93fd404WLh the speai~ I
STATEMENT.
uarterly Report of County Con
missioners Pickens County
Disbursements in County Com
missioner's Office for Second
Quarter 1902, Commencing the
First Day of April, 1902.
AT hunt, s ;.20
1 Alexander, 1800
E Farr, 2 00
M I'onder, 2 00
1, .Jentk inI, 25 00
1 Parrott, 40 20
L' Looprtt)t, 17 56
() Par~sons, 6 69
.\ Edcens, 50
MT ChlildireS, .1 00
E i lesp iu, 34 51
11 Seaiborn, 14 00
.1 BggEa, 4 00
,1 l Intghs, 1 00
l' McAlister, 4 00
hilip ('hapman, .10 00
tinoH ECvanst, 47 50
ttm leCdet s, 2 04)
A Wiliams, 4 17
NT Jalesonl, 25 00
cht . Ferguson, 75
Y NI. Caunon, 6 00
S Bowen, 1 50
rank 11ogsc)d, -1 37
1 11 G Mln)uiol, 88 58
1 13 llolcomibo, 1 75
A .1 \Welhortn, 108 u.)
I obt. Stewart, 107 25
A 1 \\olbaorin, 2 31
I A 1Pars ms,1 00
I) A Ci alst rap, 800
I 'ic'kotts l,.ailroa(l (Co. 112()
i \V ( Ilst rap; "1 55
1725s
N\ Wv tIt, 51 914
1' AlIall(ihl, 52 98
,1 01)
V l'' ('a te hita I, "I 33l
1 (;hastra, -7 G5
1W E ale1)ziiiiI, -1 50
1. .\ Wi lcy." 10) 80
\V II. acl, 8 0)
V Trilli, 31. 00
10 Cha)atainl, 32 0
liiha Aexatn r, 5 00
'I' Catlrel, n 50
I AT I ido, 31 00
) S 1loider, 31 00
ohn1 Moser, I5 95
() WatkinsH, "I5 00
L (1 Suttcerlatnd, 8 75
V V Clayton, 37 90
C T Parsons, 15 40
\.,)isoggs, t17 28
I T 'a lor, 18 7)
r T'I Lool>r, at)
1j I)Dobson, 4; 00
I MIcDI. Birne, 1,2 77.07
\. ( "urnmn , 5 (00
H Newhery, 21 00l
I W e rr, I 65
V N Gant'i 4, 10 25
0 W Newtont, 2 80
l'om1 Welh1orn, 2 00
I 'T Anthony, (; 12
'6 C Smiith, 19 00
J1hu~rley ( 'hild ress, 6 00
Da)ye P'orter, 5' (0
WV 10 lunt, 13 95
!Sam1 ltI(ens, ii 75
J M1 Stewart, 13 40U
W C Keith, 4 50
Hi A Richoy, 2a 94j
W Hi Chastain, .J0 00
Shlannon Prin tig Co. , 26 00
James Massingill, 13 55
f .A 1Ilndricks, 1141 541
I F1hond ricks, 140 90
V E~ Jones, 12 00
1 L~ Hondl hieks, 12 50
V W F Bright, 1:15 09)
V M1 Allgood, 11 00
0 1" K eith, 3 69)
V A Boggs, 0 00
L~ Stephens, 10 00
V F Bla ssingamie, 50 00
t R Ilyars, 48 50
V F lassingaIme, 17 40
M Crenshaw, 41 00
P'1 MicDanijel, 53; 40
I McI) Bruco, 4,252.641
11) M Keith, 7 00
[loath-lBru.-Morrow (Co. .163 141
I' E Craig, 12 50
ll F P ar SOn s, 20 00
It W D)unwoody, 21 50
D) J Griflith, 120 100
J N King, 99) 93
I I, hiolt, :17 00
holt & Thorniley, 1 80
I i0 Kinchi, 3 00
I McI) Bruce, 4196 84
I W Earlo, (6 40
ineiis & Gassaway Bros., 214,80
M Mauldin, 21 30
B Bowlin, 4 75
.1 K Lewis, 8 00
leece Bowen, 7 00
Frank Boggs, 78 81
['IH Gasaway, 13 80
rH G McDaniel, 78 08
V 13 Jones, 21 80
rlohn H Davis, U 00
lix Jones, 503 70
1 WV Dorr, 1 00
V 11 Oat,30 1.7
L A Moon, 6 00
C Parsous, 8 40
W Hendricks, 8l21 08|
) E G'.arrett, 4 80
Ien P Grifltn, 40
i Mturphree, 8 S0
U Hendrick., 848 49
MoD BruOe, 007 01
/ E Edens, 7 80
EC (randyp 11 18
iE Hamilton, 10 08
A K~elley 02 00
W Williams: 0 00
okens 3an1a O,088 52
H Vrmwfoni 10
H1 A Hichey, 7 21)
'1' O Jam eson , 6 60
II A Richey, 90 00
B M Smith, 3 50
Prof I)endely, 1 0ln
J4l,n WV Thomas, 8 00
Mack Gravely, 80 70
J 1H G MllcJaniel, 20 05
li3 1Id(:ler. 9 10
J L '1homlay, 6 65
W N Bowliu, 10 00
V T Day, 3 00
0 C Fom,cr, 8 25
t it Ilill, 5 00
Fred W 'i illiamH, 14 56
V ) Garrison, 6 50
Lf E: iunnicutt, 22 35
13 11 Williams, 15 00
1, E Perry, 7 61.)
D) C Perry, 14 00
U Cl Rowland, 25 00
Mi A Boggs, 3 79
E Perry, 3 65
WV V McVhortor, 14 75
It J ilughea, 6 00
Tr T Hughes, 11 25
V ) Jos, 15 00
J C Howard, 1 50
J P Smith, 10 00
'T 1) sith, 23 00
U \V 1)orr, 1 00
J W Lawrence, 21 20
L U Uilstrap, 3 50
J A Cook, 175 00
B3 P Ielloy, 42 20
J A IHintcn, 13 85
W T O'Dell, 15 55
Silas H in kle, 5 00
O P Fieldl, 4 25
J C Alext ndor, 3 75
J Frank Crime, 7 20
ltich Rosamond, 85
A U Boicn, 1 18
F ' and J N Morgan, 7 39
A J Welborn, 18 G0
S ) Chapman, 4 94
'0o)le'r Journal, (; 25
V C Keith, 11 65
Y 1) MeildorH, 14 90
Y 1) Memlora, 5 75
J E Saudecr>+, 12 00
l;llis Tripp, 12 20
Vardy (.1r1llii, 5 20
C E lamuilton, 11 00
Sam Sheril, 0 00
Sam Sheriff, 2 00
J E Clark, 2 50
V F Young, 4 70
J A Ragsldalo, 1 30
J 'I' McKinney, 80 00
V T Chapman, 1 00
C Q Clardy, 3 50
,J A H1unt, 23 b5
( L Mcwortor, 7 50
'1 B Owens, 7 00
V F IHayes, 2 0(;O
J C (G arrett, 1(; 00
T F1' Finley, 3 75
T Ht McVhortor, 4 70
S L lioggs, 5 70
:Iarlo Chapman, 12 00
V \V 1" Bright., 42 51
A LI Edeus, 12 00
F B Chalmuan, 5 00
0 N ('Cox, 17 60
LA F Mooro, i (Ri
J 1) Sinuons, (1 54
A ( WVyatt & (Co, 22 l i
John Chapman, 3 O0
P) P) MXcDaniel, 22 21
.J S M iller, 25 8.
,J H1 (. MXcD)aniel, 5 I 4(
E \V tagsall, 24 5(
M F [estor, 3* 00
H A Hlticy, 53 47~
A J WelhIorn), 55 00~
Pickens Soutinel, 415 '25
Itoht Stew~art, 2 80
1 D) Stephens, 17 10
D) J (Griflith, 76 00
Miahon & Arnold, 103 55
Th'los L Gantt, 10 00
TI WX Tlonnem, 1 50
XW 8 .1allengor, 10 10
ECd XWelborn, 4 00
WV H Edens, jr, 70 74
I A lRobinson, 10 (00
Pickens Bank, 396 80
AlR Townes, 2 (0
2 F Freoman, 5 00
A WV Folger, 8 50
J B Brenzealo 1 15
J1 M Childrens, 5 28
XV E Stephens 15 89
WV M Allgood1, 25 00
G U Grumbles, 3 00
,John 1P Jones, 4 50
Wilkins Poe & CJo, 171 69
J L Looper, 11 25
WV T McFall, 13 20
R1 A B3owen, 1 00
3 L Thom'w, 6 40
J L A iken, 8 31
WV J Boggs, 4 50
I A WVhitmire, 3 40
1111;Lynch, 3 00
R1 F Hord, 5 20
H C Shirley, 13 60
Stephenson & Sons CJo, 152 32
J HI Ballentino, 2 00
(1 WX McClaniahan, 15 70
J B MXauldin, 2 75
L G (Gilt rap, 10 81.
J Frank Gary, 4 80
.J H1 G McDaniel, 75 19
Rl F Smth, 8 75
XV RI Oats, 2 75
WV 11 J Lesley, 20 68
XWalker' Evans Cogawohl Co, 410 40
XV E Hendricks, 3 00
O TV Hendricks, 14 67
HIeath-.Brnco-Morrow Co, 109 71
G WV Lathem, 1 00
XV H Langston, 6 00
John Craig' 8 00
J M Stowart, 14 70
T J Bowen, 8 00
Tomn Leley. 7 00
o N Wyatt, 15 00
1. H1 Hendrick,, 4 00
Mt W Hester, - 16 02
$ D Chapman, 17 70
WV E Cisson, 2 00
L D) Stepheni, 7 46
J 0 Wolborn, I 00O
| harley Childreus, 4 10
L D Stephens, 2 52
B F3 Parsotis, 8 26
A J B3oggs, 14o 00
L D Stephens, 27 (Jo
JlF Keith, 18 75
U W Thoma.1 200
8 D Chapmrana 87 50
M Q Dvies1 00
It 0 GInes, 1 50
8.T MoHogh, 0 IdI
J S MIller 18 8(J
Huchn Mords; 8 00
1.0 Lsthem, 78
4 Frn Crns ? na
J O Bowen, .5 00
J L. Murphlree, :3 GO
T/' (i O:ivor, 410 50
0 1) Ep,, 7 47
W NV 1" Bight, 45 G( 11
Charles A tlhony, 3 02
W F Ilndricks, () 04
V F 1a1ussinguwln, 21 00 all
NV C K(lh, 2 4.111
1 C Ga,ntt, 2 00
J N King;, 150 00
V C O'Doll, 29 15 or
It L #Jon1.2, 8 ( 0
NV C S(eaborn. 5 00
I ; H 1 l r o c k , : 8 7
1L M Luk, 7 9(3
G B William, 9 00
Pickens 1: It Co, :3 07
V J Ponier, 13 98
J H Brock, 1 50
J Frank Boggs, 42 56
J F Lesloy, 7 50 a
A A Pace, 1 10 13
P P MeDanit'l, 25 (00
A J Welborn, 17 40
People's Journal, 4 00
A W McCrackiu, 15 50
It Ml Stewart, 7 G5
J H G McDaniel, 2.1 8) 4
J H Bowen, 2 00
J IL O Thompson, 1:3 25
M A Boggs, 20 00
J B Newberry, 2
B I) Garvin, 2 0(1
'1' N Hunter, I; ,15
L D) Stephens, 6.15
S Jowoll, 30 (0
J 11 0 McDaniel, (GO 50 1
A J Welborn, 7 20
" " 7 2)0
" " 7 20
G H londricks, 5 G4
A C Sutherlamic, 12 50
A .J Welborn, 2:3 00
Goorgo lIlagooi, 1 50
S B Mann, 50
S V O'Dell, 12 25
D) Winchoa3ter, 2I 05;
F'olger & TI'hurnlev, .17 (;
V M 1urphree, .40
EAley Oil Mill G), 20 85
Jno P (riflin, 2 10
Armour Oomplany., 5 :
J Mcl)Bruce,
J L Thomas, 2 00
IR C Gant.t, 50
IRL Jones,
Pickens It R. C1, 1 2
v C B3ramlett, 1
.1 M Stewart,010(i
L 1) Slephons, 125 (i~
Henry WV Garri:;o,n, 1 50
Athens M' 'aa :30 ,
Wtallcor Evans,,(or;agwcli-Uo 9 ( O
B F Panrsons, $ 25
11 A tichey, 18 53)
.1 T Looper, 2 G0
I I) 'Farnw r, 2 0
\W J Pr(e(y, 1 0
Rt B Anlhn,,;, 7 50
E F Kei(lh, 1; 7s
D .1 Grillithl, ': 1
J1 Allen Sinth &Co, :70
Pickenas I It (, 5 99
S D) Chamnuan,187
J MeD zuce, 2 2u1
IottrStlh4 I:44.MlIC1 I(td 15 21
Ilo,~'Io a : Vr 1l~ 1el- C o f ti V2i0
tor. Ivert ii'g IptawiI '' 8 25' e
wuro (VQ2y 1(411' 1 '1(~ 482 50~
01)0 se wuldtIl'. 11( (211 2 GO~:~
wonk tat.ele C aihi not (12VI ( 00li1
bed Wht t doat.thi ciitia 1 00
meic wa a iud formi' 1)11 7 50ouh
of hamorlin' Coic I~oora18 75ja
Au f01 VOe'N L aDs t'i'LyF waell.
FDr Caob . . Wr armientph
mesan,owtu in solobia, Thn arot
crispr ntaew: goo.: M ach seadasoa
pet ayun(ll si:ti steenoyos ofll
thr.averpahieg al oresriefr sers
mrove inalk l'ecuat gsh , but mywn
ofworso od ever r pare n er
(etrmshe udi. myste in he:e s>
and. Whtos this en 'Iticl e
proento ansy pfore, ut I ihoh
frhooRd and prcs aatresnot saro
end f on wek wa entrel well. O
For saleby Dr, G t. Ersl. e
STOCKTOFIC
crisp, newbgood, Each4 sieson
havesurpsse aell frer ntVMsaso
muchtal abut oos, but my is
goods n evernew te n col
My prces ae as o asg
deterinedto mystor intrest
VIFFORD COLLEGE
Spartuuburg, 1. C.
N. SN YDE it., M. A., President.,
Full College Courses. 'avor
>lc surroundings. 'The bost in -
tutnces.
Necessary exponsies from $160 to
) for the year. For catalogue
other infrormilation apply to
Se1cret.ary.
Vofford College...
'...Fitting School.
slaitaiburg, S. C.
E;legant new Ibuildlinv. Careful
ttuntion to individual studlent.
earod and tuition for year, l $110.
11 information given by
A\. M.I DluimR,
IIead Alaster.
If you need one don't wait
till they are all gone.
loos, Plows, Sweeps and all
cinds of larinng tools.
Fruit Jars, SugaU', Spicos
for the fruit season.
Sow Cabbage seed froit the 21
o 30 of May for late cabba,g.
gool fresh Virginia Sood now on
mie.
A. M. MORRIS,
Pickens, S. 0
ILA RK 1BROS. & CO.,
L iEN ; ! E
We Will Sell For the
Next 30 Days
--ALL
Monum ients,
-ow in Stock -
20 per cent
oss tIhan usual price. We have
CHEA1PEST WROUGHT
FENCING ON EARTH ..
CLARK BROTHERS- & CO.,
Groen ville, S. (I.
B A NNE R S A1.V E
the most healing salve In the would.
ARK'S
RING GOODS
e is brimming4 full of bright,
I do my best to get the newv
~, but this seasonl, I feel that I
ns. I do not believe in too
stock wvill bear me out in every
dly one of the p)rettiest lines
or.
od goods can x: soh(l. I am
ng to all buyers of rIlry goods
re years (dealing w ith me has
anls, that whatever I tell them
ec a showing,"' is all I ask, and
lactory, don't buy.
rk,
in
sSI
plexibons
where's your belauty
'1 ordler by taking
NIVER PILLS
PELLETS
and 8ood health. *11l keep
tnOn's L.iver Plls and
siure, Freet amiplo and4
PG. 40
./an
See the Splendid V
WE OFFlI
Shoes, Hosiery,
Hankerchiefs.
Fair Price Paid f(
Chickens. Demand for
poor.
CRAIG-.
One Price C
P 1 ( K E N S,
SA
Do you like col'-ee? Well if you
of the host roasted conl'o at 8!ha for
green eci'e on the market'.
If you over iiulgo in smoking c
ly 5lCts. And if you want a cheaper c
(lory.
Porhaps you (.mn away from hom
course you don't want to drive homo
necl not do it for you can got anythin
'T1h1( best flour on the market for t]
fellow undersell us on flour.
Plenty ofl knives for tho boys, ald
We have some largains inl Shoes ai
iI ighest price paid for all Countr
....A GRAND OPP
==TO B1
CLOTI-uNI
B"ginn ing Monday morning .June :
Mens, Boys and Ct
..25 Per Cent Discount o
All straw hiats at 334 per1 cent di
M.fason.
$820 00 Suit s now *s15.00. $18 (00
11ow $1 2..'is. $15.0() sn ite no $11. 25.
suits now $ no. $8.00 suits niow $6.
suilts no0w $8.75.
...ME3NS AND BOYS PANTS IN
50 cents panIts nowI 88 cets 75
now 75ce. $2 pants now $1.50. $3 p
$3, $5 pants now $:. 75. $6 panlts n)
All Goods Sold For CASil.
M\'ain Street, Gr<
TH E BEI
..CREENVILLE'S LE
Buyintg anid Selli
Goods than
Stores in 1
Clthng ae CLOTI
Weaeexclusive agents for
Clohig,recognized as the best
America. We carry all grades.
0 5.00; Boys' three piece Suits $O
piece Suits 50 cents to $6.oo. W<
10o to 25 per cent. on any suiit yot
yjg5HES$5HOEI
We carry more Shoes, and se
>ther merchants in Greenville,
~el from $1.25 up, More ofc
Pickens county today than from
o0 sell every man, woman and chi
~hoes this year. We have
DRY GOODS .
Bring the Madam and Childr<
:o Greenvlleb Make our store y<
>f room for the children to playi
nore PRE.TTY DRY GOODS1
mnywhere else In the city, and S.
lvery article she buys,
[L K, S'IURDIVA
Of Greeill
alues..
R IN
Supenders, and
)r Eggs and Large
Small Chickens very
BROS.,
lash Store.
-- S. C.
.Y
(1o, come anid Lt us sell you somo
1.00. The best 8 and .iob
til and get the Empro Cigar-on
igar call for War Eagle or Old
o and forgot your dinner. Of'
vithout your dinner. And you
g in the canned goods lina.
1C money. We wont let the other
I prices to suit them).
?d Dry Goods.
y P>roduce.
Tail L7IOTL7 .
'ORTUNITY....
Jy_=.
04, HATS!
Oh we offer our entire stock of
iilds Clothing at
If the Regular Price..
scount. No hat carried from lust
sui ts now *13.50. $1G 50 suits
$12.50 sui ts now $9.38. $10.00
J0. $6.00 suits now $4.50. $5.00
THlE SAME PROPORTION...
cents p)ants 57 cents. $1. pants
ants nIOW $2 26, $4 pants now
a'w $4 50.
Remember the Date.
~enville, S. C.
-HIVE'!
~ADINC STORE..
ng Miore Dry
any three
lhe Oity.
IING!
Strause & Bro'sIlHigh Art
madec, best fitting Clothing in
Men's Suits from $3.oo to
.50 to $Io.oo; Children's two
Sguarantee to save you froni
buy from us.
lmore Shoes than all th,
e guarantee every shoe Wtt
ur shoes are being worn int
any other store, but we wanc
kt in Pickens county their
D~RY GOODS
en with you when yoti como
>ur home while here. Plenty
ni, and the Madami can find
to look at in our store tharn
LVE z5 to as per cent, og~
NT COMPANY,

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