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The People's Journal.
P'UH1.8H1ND EVE4TY wri),NRR1)AY MORtNINo.
T. J. MAULDIN .............Editor.
W. L. IATUENY..........ius. AIgr.
Subscription $1.00 Per Anuum.
Advertising Rites Iteasonable.
Auterod at the Post. Oale at Pickons as
PICKENS, S. C.,:
. Weinesday, Augut, 21, 1902.
By ou' vote Tuosday lot us show
ho1W m1uch Pickons county has
g.owI in the last two years.
Let us roll u1p a big vote next
''uoday, It will give Pickens
county a good name throughout
should take a lively intoi(est in
getting all eligible yotors on their
Every democrat is interested ill
bringing a full voto to the 1)olls on
election day. it gives the eounty
and precinct prestigo.
At the last priurily, Pickeis
couity polled a)oUit t.wo th ousaid
three hundred hui red and seven
ty live votes. She oight to reach
twenty eight hundred tlihist y(ir.
From Magistrate ti' I-'1ited
States Senator eve'ry voter is ilter
osted in the me1(11 who iti to repre.
sent us in the legislative and exo
cutive departments OI goverimlont.
Come out to the p,lls next, Tuns
Let every man eititled t1 vot(
under democratic rules se ti at his
name is oil his club roll at Ieast
live days before thu election.
Young men who have arrived at
the age of twenty,onie years or
who will reach that agoi before the
next genoeral election 111e otitled
to voto in the primary,
The McMahan-.Martin Matter.
In this issue appdiearld s a !e-t or
from Mr. J. J. McMahan, cari-li
date for re-olection ,is State Sulr(
intendent of Educatioi, We give
it full space inl or<er that Mr.
McMahau's po' ri the txt-,
book - 'e i2XplinedO
.. bls pa1per and0( to
... ne replies, and ospecially as
to his charge at Chester-field to the
etYeet that the articles referr-ed to
were paid articles, it is only nees
sary to state here that. hiis charge
wvas hn'i- onl what a "friend"' had
or written him, andic that
tsioins, sununied uip ini thc
aragrapht ini which hic
-- foronce to "bad associa
tions" are not warranted bly thi
facts oven as he presents them,
We had no intention or desir<
to blame Mr. McMahan for thing,
for whtch ho is not resporisible
we had no desire to be othertwis
than fair and if, upon considert
tion of the facts as presented,it at
pears that any wrong htas beo
dono Mr. McMahian through crrt
-in the statement of any fact
facts, of course we cheerfully apo)
ogize to him.
We do not care to outer' into tI:
text-book question-the publbc hi
heard1 enough of of thiat.-but. v
ask that Mr. McMahain's :nticle 1
read to the end that ins positic
may not be mnisrepr'osented1 by an;
thing said through this papur. V
want to be fair.
Hon. WVilliamn N. Giraydon.
The Abbeville Medium in a r<
cent issue has this to any of W ni
"Benator Graydon has ai
nounced his candidacy for Cot
gress from this District and hm
card will be lound in another co
Mr. Graydon is a lawyer of og
perience and ability, having bee
a member of the bar for the pas
twenty years, and has handle,
in that time a large number of iw
portant cases. F or the past fou
* ears has been the Senator froti
Abbeville county1 anid has con sidet
- able legislativeoexperionce. HI
has introduced and suoceeded I
getting through the General As
sembly a number of importan
ftieasttres, amnong which is th
present dispensary Jaw, the jur;
law, the resolution for the invest]
Ration of the trusts and severe
othef's. H[e's not been tainted wit:
MoLaurinism or commercial dem
orMoy, but stand. squarely on th'
He is a good debator .anJd wit
take thIpge an teresting on the
Mr.Grydo i aman of hg
b)SaPatens good judcgmOint, strici ses
MR. McMA1IAN RiPLIES.
Colnbia, S. C., Aug. t), '02.
Editor PI'( )>lo's Journal,
Pickons, S. (,
Il your issue of the 7th inst.
youl S.ay (along other things):
"At Chohterterfield on Saturday it
is 'Oport"ed that Mr. Mc1lhan
charged in otlect that Mr. Martin,
his oppolnentilt in the race for Super
initoind)int of Education, had j11ust
issiod "laid articleos', through the
Pickens papers. . . Mr. AlcAla
haln doth protest too much. le
shioldi(1 answer the criticims open1
ly andl(] not. iiisiiinte that a newH
lpal)r has hlol paid to advocato
I gi,ldly acco)t your c'hllonge to
''ansver''. 1 have fre(luuntly on
the sulnnlyp, and tako this opportu
itty to do so again. Firstt, allow
ime to .ay t hatt I. ap)1)rove your re
soltti:g tiha suggesti)nl that your
editor'ial ex pressions can be bought.
I I 1 seeiod to charge I hat at Ches
t<erliuld, my pri'pose wts merely
to got at tho facts andit fix to Mr.
Mrt'tin rlesponsib ilty, and I was
:ctIIg lpon inforiation which,
upon your disclaimer, I must re
gard as ('i'one118. I stated to
t11r. MAIrLiin that an articl.j had apl,
je-Ire< in the edlit.oria:l c'olumins of
each of t.ho Picken s 1lpalors, and
thitt I was told ii. waiIs paid for: I
wis(hed himtl to say whether he was
rt'slnsil, fIor it, or know of it.
I t.hen raid- "I never charge a main
with anytIihing without first giving
himt, I;tirly and s<pilarely, the op
plortlnity L. deny or to assume the
responibi!ility"--Mr. Mlartinl's deo
iiiatl Fotlles it, with mhe and himn."
Now to) thO editor' of theo Jou1r
nal: AfterI Mr. Miartin's denial
i intend(l'(I to vrite you as sOOn ts
I could fiid time, in an ofl' day in
the camiipaigni. Your editorial was
Wool (Ior word1 ite sa1mo as tile one
ihat alp)l)ared on the same day ill
ti Picke is Sent i nol. I do not,
know which of' the editors wrote
it. Posiblyhi a friend of Mr. MArlt
tinl wrt.to it and you merely lath
eid it- a-1s yout had a right to do.
A. U frind oft minei son t thle clip)
ping Io 110 with the state that they
were paid for. It seems (hat yours
w as not paid for. Doubtless he
dri'\w t)is con)clusion from the) he
li.' thtt tho two editors could have
written th, saul editorial, and
Hint; if furnishe<l by a friend of
Mr. 1art'sin !ht' article was CC'
taiiily paid for. HIe had read in
1t1 h 'iitiine" i"f July %dc: "Should
vN'u1 sOO a'n Oditorial or communi
cation in tiit paler 'hoosting' a
'andi(Ilteu for any office you may
know ull well that said notice is
p):id for, at our regular rate . . . .
11 y ou wanut to boost y'our candi
ddte, be1, sure he, or' you, 0encloso
the paiy for Saino.'
l am sorry that thr'ough bad
aissociati ons you subjected yourself
Nowv as to your editorials which
youl say "have boon based on what
wo retgardeod and understood to beI
true( facts of the case."' Firoim my
per'sonail acuIClamitanco with the od
tor' ot thle J ournial,whomn I have'os
teonied as8 my frienld, I could not
hav'o belioved, excapt from himself,
thait ho conieived and uttered such
mai cious slander against me as
his first editor'ial, 1 suppose that
the business manager had ao
eepted without properly matrking
it as a paid advertisement. Pre
viouIs personal r'elations w arranted
my believing that the editor of the
Journal had repect for my person
ali charactor. This is inconsistent
with his th inkinlg anid plublish ing:
"lit is amnusing if not pathetic tc
-soc Mr. McMahan crawlshling out1
Iof his r1oIssiilty ill connlectior
*r with the wholosahe change of texi
b ooks foer thei State Schools."
You insuiLllt)m by chiarging that
I "erawl~vtish"'. TIo tr'y to wriggh
ou1t of responsibhil1ity is in my viou~
o of mora1lit Iy noi beit.ter thian lying,
is I have som rQcor'd ini South Car
'olina for tru th and forn imoral cour'
agon th dischariige (of puibli<
'1 N ow, allow me hbriefly to repl)y t<
Theli G'overinor appointed the sov.
enl memilber's of the Stato BioardI
wiho werei' to serv'o wVith himii anid
me. lHe disregarded miy re'om.
menQlda t ions of appointmlent and as.
sumelld full responsibility for the
-choico-as the law p)ermit ted him
to do. Wh1en1 theit adoption was
- beinig nmade, [ votod agaiinst some
i- of tihe now. boo0ks. I canniiot as,
is sumeo the responsibility for tihe
I- adoption un1der those circumstan
ces. I have stated these facts on
-the stump, but have further said
n that the adoption as a whole is
t good and is giving satisfaction to
:3 the teachers, that the best terms
-were obtained, the lowest prices,
r and that by bringing all schools to
1 the use of the same books (as has
-not been (done before) the country
3 schools are nowv graded and sye
a temized so that there will be less
- w1aste and better results.
t The p)resent adoption was made
e in 1900, and is no0w in general use.
r' It canniot be changed (except by
-the legislature) until 1006, and
1 ought not to be changed to any
2 great extent thon. There had
- been all sorts of books in use. To
m get rid of them and bring the
schools to a uniform series neces.
e arily involved great change., It
I ts to bo hoped those hitve been
nade oncOe and for all.
If I had been luoro ahiltis to
aturry favr' and keen downi annasta
imnprovo the schools, tho new
1dopt ion would not have been en
forcod, and the country schools
would still be without a definite
course of study. My (loct ile is
that the coduutry schools are onti
tied to as good books, as well ar
rangod course, and as good teach
ers its tho town schools. The couun
try chiidren have beon too long
neglected : some people thiuk that
"any 01(1 thing" will do for coun
try schools. I have tried to change
JOHN J. MMA IIAN.
ANSEL AS GOVERNOR.
True to Every Trust--Especially Qualified
for Governor--The Masses of Green.
ville and the 8th Circuit will
Editor Greenvillo Nows:
Whilo so many claims are boing
published andl Circulated as to the
dlualilificatiols and esteem iII which
they are held by the people at
home, in favor of the various can
didates for governor in the coming
primary election, I ask space in
your paper to toll the peoplo of
South Carolina (the people of
Greonville county do not ne0d1 to
bo told) the strong position in p11b
lie confidenco that M. F. Ansel
commands by rt"ason of his pure
Private life, his long and unselfish
pubc service, his tolerant but
sincore and dotermined convic
tions. and his well-known and con
ceded ability. No man can stand
higher in his own town, his own
county, and over the Eighth cii
cuit, whore ho is so well known ;
they all have repeatedly honored
him. Naturally some votes will
be load oil' to follow new Idols, yet
the ovo wheluing mass of the po00
plo of this county and circuit are
oing to keep on voting for Ansol,
because they have tried him, and
ound him truo to overy trust.
And well as lie has graced every
)osition given hil, in church, in
ounty and circuit, yet he seems
-specially adapted for the office of
governor. A mn) thoroughly fa
niliar In sympathy with the peo
)lo and their wants in all classes
tud conditions, of broad and libor
l ideas, of practical business sa
acity, qualified to pronote our
great agricultural, commercial and
industrial future, and of irreproach
ible character, is such a manl as we
want to lead and guido our great
state, and such a man to the very
letter is Martin F. Ansel.
Fellow-citizens, do you want
such a man for governor of your
state? If so vote for Ansol. You
may point out your sons with pride
to the man that sits at the helm,
and say, "take him as your model"2
In the discharge of every duty of
that high offion, he would reflect
honor upon you and our whole peo
pie. Every men who loves his
state might re8t assured that the
public honor, the publio credit, the
public peace, and the public ad
ministration of law wore safe in
'the hands of Martin F . Ansei.
South Carolinians, we pecple of
Greenville know him; wo have
tried, and we are going to vote for
him, and vouching for every word
that we have said of him, we comn
mend him to !you, confident that
every vote for Ansel is a patriotic
service that will redown to the good
and glory of our state.
Aug. 16, 1902. Voter,
T1he~ canldidates for Congress
from this district spcoke hero last
T1hiursday. Hion Labi an Mauldin,
piresident of' t.he ECsleiV D)emiocsat
iel club, enltled t.h' mueet.iig to or
dei~r andm inltIt-dued thli speakersWi
Tlheore were4 l>Outf 250 voter pes.
etit . Tlhe first. speakher ioIt.rodIu'edI
wais l)r. Rt F. Smiith . Th'le l)octoi
heini g ait, hoe wh1~lere (everybodly
kne him i did notI. makhe an iex.
linded sp eech . Dri. Sm111 i said
lie fasvored sall initernasl impr~iove.
mienits, aind would itf elected te
C ogress, e.ideaivor to secu re all
h'git imauie app)rop)rialtions witIbinl
his pSjower i for t he honueli t. o,f the
plel of t he Tlhird dist.rict ini
lpairtieiulsir as well ais the whole
1siate sit lairge. H[e endlorsed thle
ruirail miiiii'l eivery~ and( wouldl usNe
every e'ffort lie coul d to OIlairge
and1( exten thr1 i system an d secure
bet.ter pasy fir the maili Carriers.
He1( favor's namtlinal said to pub
lie hiighwsays over wvhich the gov
Pr nmenit. carries the mil s.
Thliinks such aipporopriation wvou.ld
ho constituitiona*l, and more just
that) the *100,000 subsidy to the
Southern railway. The South's
quoto contributed to the govern
ment for the .payment of the
*140,000,000 paid in pensions to
the Union soldiers, was about
*40,000,000, and wvhile we -could
not expect any return in pensions
he favored getting as much as we
could legitimatly for other oh
On the foreign policy of the
government he said that, whether
right or wrong in the beginning,
we now owe the Philippine Is.
lauds, anid the government
could not turn thoem loose with.
out a stable government, on ac
cotunt of the duty we owed to
them and other bations in the
proteotion of property and lives
of foreign citiuens whioh we una
dot intrenation I laws are bound
to protect. iHe favored (o0al
,1it goV0th 9#6 to the hi
ipios M he ha
pervisirn Over thIll in ortder to
keep anl opent d4oor in 1te orient
fOr t.he COmelirt't'(" f)1 this couu
t.rv tndt ept.eially for tho
produet, of ( ur c()tton mills.
lie look M11r. Stril Iing to
tatsk t)n his in1terIpretation1 ( f t.he
declarat.iont of in(epeI,('ldnco thnt.
"(alt mt en welrl' h1(ornf11 reit 11n1
equal." AMr. Stribling appl1)ied
Iihis tO alll naC(': and rond1itions1 of
mantlkindl. lie thought it. only alp
plied ini tihe IIIind 4 .JIel'ersOn,
who wrot.o it, and( th(, conlVenut.iOn
wrhic'h a(1Opt('l it, to the Anglt -
Sax( n 'or whiit(' race, for1 at, t.he
tilne .leIl'e'3o1l wrtte the' 1)eclara
tion1 of lindependen(('lC( Ill', himsefI
was at slaveholler, atnd the Con
stit.ution 1of the U iited States
whtichl was sublseq1uIntly adop01ted(,
rec)ognized the right. of holdin1g
slaves in the U'nited States. )r.
Smith closed wit i hatnfd clapping
Wyatt. A ikwn of Ahihevi'le, wits
tie Inext. speari . He felt. att
homle inl ail I .h1t' COunt ies of t h1e
eighth i jiiatli'ilI circlit, 'or as the
ofli('ial sttimg'aipher oif the circuit
f'or' te j)21st 'igltt t''O \'eatrs, ile had1(
fi tt'tr n e ar ly a ll tI e ' it-iZ v'Ils , a l nd in
O.10 i wd tt " l Itfort. hil111 he knew
oe h l ' perstnatlly alid tlt)e t hter(
half' by sight. lit' disvusse d the
tatriC ( <isttion very int.elligently
at nd gav' somlt' ve(ry' goU(t all ust rat
I v i i t d i r e c t . t i X : t l t ) t . I l t ' ol p -
toe the c'OI(lona I r liml rm
po(licy" of thie g \'vernmeIl c' :, 1.
I hotght s0111e srhemli 'u -
vis:'d to stOp t h'' w\i ar 1
lipines and savt' the '. ".:r
soldiers and the vast't r:;.t. .c
su)jdct.ioI). 110 ma:de a god
speech and clos'(l wit i applthm.
M 1'P. Stib)ling, ()fl' oconllt Ct tllo -
ty", was the next. spaker. it' Start
ed out wit h t it- sltanent that he
was aotill m tlistt a'nd( prtdliC'"t'd 1
Suth tis Piedm1'Ont. s('et"ioln would
hin1) 1 thf the 'lmiottt' t lil st"
p)rosper(ius atnd imaportani'tt secti)iln
of tilht United states, and the
South would ho the greatestC tn
trv in tihe wotrl. e, vigorouslyt
1);pOsed the Phtilipie policy Of
t.hte goverllnent and in ryepaly to
Dr. Smith's st"riot.urs on his posi.I
f.4Ion abou lt t"i (I('<h- )t'lltiOn of in- t
leiendonce he good that horbth.
lee(nolievead tha t.h e l c -lt the declaration meant
just, what it said, that all men
wlere e fret and equal,
not. socially r morally, but ne
b, .eieved it meant political
equatllty, though hie was a
pmem boli of the Constitutionl
COnvent.io which practically dis
franchised the n tegro, he did not
mention the fact. He thought
the abolition of slavery had prov.
en to be a good thing for the
Soth, fnrde if hey nwt ben
abolihe te antildrue toayv ofs
ther wtae. were frlt eas that
nW. the comayo was inthe court
pm iyof the g oernment.He
gand al hrtruss of hierkinte
State hent,si thou ata heitro
wih was neassed, reuiringrth
tariCarormaVir miad ahemica
Comanyadeei)he er o
vioatig th. ati-rus oaw Abbe
yte Stat.he net sasr that
bnse thes cmany wasoi the voto
andI all oe tuetsound of exis.
btin was nesar. He fvosedh
tarill rpteormlic and mdenh atrood
speech Heoloe it some oap.edoe
pli ase, h frh aghe
Hotn. I,ogeH. cranla of Anb
vhti'll was the next speaker. HIe
wasd hlist b wlitfo thev)oples of
thseypol on thre) groundr of (lid
beits fir metr for hppsed thea
andti ld loe good oratorotes
fokmrttc the audeience.
Haon( .1( eotE. Pincue ot An..
terso as tIhe ot speaker. Hie
was gla'd toe w)1ithd te inople
his irsitIwor forex hCmb, Mexico
Cteaer. Henisaa goodriratoran
tookih tpretymc (.thel' adacen oi
daytas id in ho ther tpeke'.H
belitovetad theUlit lSt.ey du
ltim 'shol anex, Cuba, o hexio
Anada and Cmetalbu Amria, os
iposiall th cronte adcentt
Honi. E. M. Rucker, of Ander
son1 county, wias the last speaker.
Ho gave a review of his worko in
the Legislature and claimed that
he had done as much for the in
terest,of the whole people as any
of his opponents who had the
same opportunity with him in the
Legslaure All the speakers fa
vored the construction of the Pan.
There was splendid order through.
out the day) and all the speakera
had the close attention of the vo.
terd. We would like to give a
more extended account of all the
A Cutre'?"' lo era~ iifantum.n
"Laet May." says lMrs. Onttie Blaker
of Blookwalter, Ohio, "an infant child o
ou1nigbo's was suiffering fromi ohol.
era nfanum.The dootoar had given up
all hopes of recovery. I took a bottle
of Chamberlain's oIoli,oleta and Dia
rhoon remedy to the hens4itelling them
X felt sure it would dto 890d If tised ao.
eeringto i etins.Intwo days ilme
the chld ha fully redov ,d .11% is
IMo I haocreommann*gt
A Word for R. F. Silith for Congress.
No'w thit litte'rest, fi ptp lites is nt, I
heighlt. ai t therefort' sutil'itetit to nuse iI
tughtfl votetr to untiertauke to in-aesut I
the til1tlerenlt vandtiltits bay what he h:as sec
IUnd heardl of ti'nt. it is we11 t1oti1.gh to r<
Ilee'l furthlaer to) t.he extel Of euusttit'rintg 11
ntlotlives tltat. hatve net u t edi e:ae'h Ill 11
1hol1'e of Ills Inlt furtn andi Its nd vc 'eaey 1I
torit IItl peoplo. I refer in this eotne'et Ii
tnro " espe'aIlly tiot II' eu ici:tt s isi-tfI i
represt't. t he ' ThirI "uutih t 'a ilina: Ili'I''i'
It Cliagress. it. goes wit hotit s:ying th:t ha
, f I he-se gent Ieinnnu are' v-v.nin. heoml ralihh' ut'i
hait, i ar rre essenlt i iltrrrt-nt s in liti'
vhen it -a-oii s to ensalIderintg :ily tn'of I i'
Its It prh 3t"Ite re'preselstat a Iv- <f I his pr)g-t'
vclvi st rit't.nodIti :etlitYre'liets mln.1 he' 1
kent inltaeeout In the int-:asat-treln-lt wle :ll
anth-diiu poll to anke tin t he 'a6lh of .\lutii
ltand to be 4.4nc4-u11 14.4 onlIIr " l ltiy o esc l
'la't iun. for suh is to hi' e.xl>et 'tl.
A review of thii plat fortas of Iht' tili-rt'I
'auiti:ttt's fir t his lih"t Is la 1rt iiittat In i It
onn et aiol. 'Messrs. I'rile'. iti-k r t ir:a.
110n a di 1e-1uIa hatvt' st'ivt"t-l ts repra'st'n I
ives ef Ih-rrntir es itt t h St att iegislat aa
unul whlle I heir +'eeords are no dtl t rutnsl
Ie-ul. anda their e'Yoris have nItw bh'estl iir-elt
lowaris tIe promotion of he i'st it-rt'st a
I ieir pe lple'. t hei'r sari let' as St ata' it'g isi
lrs is reounte by the Ita re*fr;1i1as I
their politieat ilrguml'i'ts ot t ht St stn siha
hatt in I he se'hool of It'gislnal0 II))I 'y aure- yt
inoviees when If c mes t.c) hnttliuig tlel.ioli
ital probleias of iuttna:tl tonet'rn.
.1r. Alken lars nevter hati ih-gis: live ri'a
'net' of ay Iin, yet he siows It fanilhiiti
viih th lt- lettlin g iuet'sti ons ef t lt' (lily ttlull
"fiull tos auiy of Is opponlns who h :sl t
v-ars f o st'rvic in Ih. S111ti it t':+rolii:ia 1 1i,
if ite'iresetataives. \ir". Slribiniig has h:
itnitei legislat i va t. l t'uee.
1)r. Smilt h h;ts hand slnne- e'\pe'r-'in'' :I'S :Ii :1
a:dker, hatvltn) servestl ts a mn-nnhe-r elf Il1
onstituliona1 Conventfuon In I81i wi- '- ht
onndl jucgenent was exer'Isedalot 1.' wit
i i I I ve tergel't ' sit t port. n l 4 a t t ti.t
tnci t't(lt ltnItw fur S01ih I -oti in t: II
vns It ou tr41 to teet t hi- 'h nged t-i r l ilt ho
rtought abO ti by I f'it :u Ige elf t ".nli- :
thilr nece'st' l ls.
i11t. It Is b y IelI'i litlper iitn la hes a tti :4 :
nit,nn s ()m puilt I- ttue'st funs part-ss111t,: - . -U 1 ))Il
Iit soluti t Ih t we tiln stitl : thd t pI :r e
meIt y to repres-nt u i n tlls lit tr :
tlil t bef r olle- t-il n, :tiea y a,lva lt,'- tnt' i .,
r tht stt il t'itent.ltu tt str f tt ht'e t. -(t .t
tt ttl'11 i I I I tlb t't l it i i' tIC itug II t t : : 1. l. i
Iv. i t'yllo ri u,1i 114l he flh>wt ' tiem;td .1 - ,-1'
y ;'Ito tio'ittei of tr t. Ihe reett i rIt lt:lh
t i j ti I i:t h p :lll l t t itt l o' ih
t-es itr, :a y Is itnit l p11 V.b htt ih ttotl
'it-- p lItI t:1y het ett I ett't, i, :11( l
i '. s} tItl tt ltt t ' t lt ',' i erlt l t; sr.
- 1 y itr.lb they tie wei ht,i by thol
- , rc ords ,It l'tu t haet b ta'1 Sife tilt"'tist
- - 11-1 t t t 11, h r' : : : ;'I t '1 ,li th
-i tt .Iu t lit li ' Ittohl' r1a11 tt ;'iit t
- "t - :.tn,'rt ,e s t e I IIl lattw s rI 1 tic :I
;h. l If ...,. Otal j\'s1rt .1.i a :1,lt 'l t
'l:"P%11 Democr'atic\ :ocr' 1i. 1 01(1 ,It lt1,
- -t nod to Veie bye tieuber io- p:Ci
, tre i Dr. smeth' c ml re t h:en he 1 at 1t' rl
ulierle ttl p. I- n terl : a' e t li..t:..h.
viir fo rtutl tlllt tty:tati. li : ::, t l
tntl we w tlit yttergeti'. ,':1aIbr rilrtt u
lves it) press t1Ur ,h'I m1 s. ht,'w t% r r :,,I\:atl,
hey tuy he. yet altvay' prohin ielfat
ounals, to t he end ih:t sttet fornsi thtini
ny beds ompl:set for I he tul'e Io .1
eritainly ready for ta t he :tshstne th;
nty he hal from well framned l:ws hIt lt'
owartis eteeting the very teBforts adl int
';aitn1:.es th:at proper Iltws can brin11g.
itn pouer to sped the ntufveent ot pregre
n whih all the South Is vit,lly intereIi
ve must be reprwsenti-il by nut who art alit
o what the usiness Interests of the ofunt
tee. It Is tite to ly aside o t setinental o
eds d te eouty 111tl, hitsitess sit
n i pratltial, igtites way, and the atte
hcn of every voter i nlleed to the fat't il
> the Itterances of er. L.F.S th in statit
Its platforhn and giIng ai ext slti n of h
rews,t tof theis presntel an etbdintent
tound poli tind the only praciettleand se
Ibli lng of admoulstration to b pursued I
.he reprisetative of ny Southern distrit
\s for the other candidates for tils offce, th
tter few suggestions. Some of thea seet
.1e hamnpered by the weight of their past pol:
cal records but have been gradually.aIs I.
:amlpaign progresWeAt talling onto Snmitt
platform In.an undt eldedl way sinec they b
gan to see that Smith's >resentation of t
vital issues of this campagn is drawing t
nttention of the people ank helping themn t
reali'ation of t,he posaibilities in store I
11h0n1 if the'y only assert their claims,. F4
good Democratic doctrine, anld ound polit ic
methods to be advocated by a mnettuber of ct
gress, Dr. Smith has) taken the lead thrup~u
out the Shepaign. Others are -running
personal poPutlarity and relying greatly
stuunping ability. Smith has advanta
all these lines and has proven himiself t
equal of any of thein in forensic abi
ty besides, because he cones to the peul
w1i.th 61 .omehin to. ay to. make. ithem.. hI.
II had tudiyd thevoinan ues tons in
intllient weay and ispwelmoed 1n9the
lieg hostud or sahefo the ftandpwint
anibd trats oug lanion o wit:- arie
All btht erts'inrte pieey phsel o bt'
ofe larrd n into this secti andnow a
needs of thfercou ntadiltwho cou bettr
tdtrtyk toseres(1nt acrehanmohe man wh
intresty aoretdeneh n theitrst
te great masso the popryofL An whent
aondisltioste uled th xthetior abai
Alhiat icpiecef perel orut nd grapi
huedals thityn (10 nc'ehe suoces
andjotmernto theviue advnas e 1)
ter~ ofuFrun u lnder ha,.nted of1(l
crisfynaig excon aal cntribut pro1
ll that pieme, pacn oi tract of raen
platf or less, maonsoting s th mV
thardenerveatis Mupprtin and the re
andughtfed npn asl tae prprank of8
Aboroghbiy nd soios uatisy taefoc
Alluth tyee aclo r of Plaens
By vatoo toaxi stend place
m and e Ibaloid upon a n rpry fDvd I
set on insad inpeptemery 102
Trnt ofath. ourhusedor orin tr
cried racS frindft wit:-~Cont
of land in Eastnte townai staltoa
tount aforretaid containing of hundr
tirty8 sores,(187) acrer,amre for le
Graive, Robnert ynchlad othrs k
loed upon astb. popetys om A.oa
an sl 10stif traxao executon agai
AllothaWpiece, Vpre wor tract ofia
urricane, tonhp oaiining o
hunro U anthirty (180)I acresbou
ard byw Osara Allood, 'i'. M.Jon0
tisfy taxn exectio agit said pro
flonry L, 1hattuok, of Shellsbui
own. was oured of a stomach trout
'ith which ho had boon afihiotod for yet
y four boxes of Chamberlain's Stona
ndli Liver '1'ablots. lie had previoue
iod nauy other remedies and a numt
f phlysician~s without relief. F~or sa
y )r. 0. W. Earle.
If you need one don't W:
till they are all gone.
Ioon, Plows, Sweeps a1 all
inds of farnuing tools.
Fruit Jars, Sugar, Spi,
for the fruit season.
So8w Cabbage seed front the
o 30 of May for late cabbage.
good frosh Virginia Sood now
A. M. MORRIS,
Pickens, S. (
IS NOW 0
S SALE WE WILL CLOSE -
TOOK OF LOW CUT SHOES
COME FIRST WILL GETTHE
YLES AND SIZES,
E & PATTON,
Lreenville, S. C.
ti do, come and lct us sell you so,
$1.00. The best 8 and 1(,
all and get the Empro Cigar-o
cigar call for War Eagle or 0
no and forgot your dinner.
without your dinner. And yc
ng in the canned goods line.
the money. We wont let the oth,
d prices to suit thoem.
ind Dry Goods.
30th we offer our entite etook of
hilds Clothing at
>ff the Regular Price..
isconut. 2No hat carried frotn las
) suits now *13.50. $10 50 suiti
$12.50 suits now $9.38. $10.O(
(00. $6.00 suite now $4.50. $5.0(
THlE SAME PRO0PORTION...
i cents pants 57 cents. $1 panti
ants now $2.26, $4 panta noi'
ow $4 50.
Remember the Date
eenville, S. C.
inter Goods, we propose to make a
mte splendid values. Full 23 per
aay what goods are worth3 gQtg
ou, Come an see me.
The Truiteos of tho (out radti led
-(Stooi tak0 pleasuro in ann0onn0eiug to
toh pbi that LI,boy hiave scoured the
. thcryeio of Prof. 11. 13. Douiuick for tho
II next. H0olulatio year. Prof. iyst an A. B.
'11and A. M\. gr.ilnato of Nowhterry Cot
alog. 1l1 ores (o u18 highly rvecommou
" tod a0(1 a4 tonl:her (I bI1ility and ex)o.
,'.rionco, allao at ibuo diacipllinarian, undl the
.1 trusteeH t1k0 p leasuro Itm reommwonlding
'i thto Contral (Gradletlt Nohool under hili ef
lleiolt minltgeloeut, to thomo l'aronta and
guardian8 who do-iro thorotigh instruot
ion for their yhiledron in ANY branohi of
Mtudly, Ihlildin puptilH rolieilotd and
Hatit,fnt,ion gurtnlntell d wthn ltupiIH do I
, their wt"holo dity. loard'1 enn ho hadl in
- ('onttrtl Very renasmable. Tuition feoas
from on to two dollar4i per" month. For
IothtEr infortation two " ad1r01(088 Iny
mem11ber o (the board of truHte8 or Prof.
l1. li. I) m.inic.
"r ~ (1,. (1. (layton, Chmt.
r tt (4 l.1l . 11. a:t ir tin:,
t1 It. timilh1.
I Coni(tl, S. (', July, .1, 19(r2,
I A. Ii. t-1, of Mlor,;:ntotwn. I nl., Iumd
Ito t Iup ln lr (w lvt m.U in Ti l
nigh11 andt hi:nl :rv+rt' htI ,1 ohto ;utl pain
inl thlt l,idnoeYq. \\'ua riretd ily Poloy'a
' 'lue. u 1 1tlt \e b am i e u
l hi 1b ry
OUR ENTIRE S
A GREAT SACI
CHOICE OF ST
Do you like coffee? Well if yo
of the best roasted coffee at 8lbs for
e green coffee on the market.
If you over indulge in smoking
~ly Sets. And if you want a choaper
Lei Perhaps you caime away from ho:
'icourse you don't wvant to drive home
need not do it for you can got anythi
a- The best flour on the market for
Sfellow undersell us on flour,
Plenty of kuiveR for the boys, an:
We have some bargains in Shoes
Highest price paid for all Couni
....A GRAND OPI
Beoginning Monday morning June
Menis, Boys and C
tAll strawv hats at 884 ptr cent d1
'(1 .0~.00 Sui(t now $15.00. $18 0,
nw$I.2.38. .$is.00 sui i no $11. 25.
u. suits now M 50. $8.00 siuits ntow $13
V- suits now $3.75.
"t ...MENS AND) BOYS PANTS IN
50 ccnts panlts now 38 cenms. 7!
ul 0 no 45c. $2 pantsnow $1.50. $31
20 $3. $5 panits no0w $3. 75. $6 panits
%All Gloods Sold For CASHl.
Main Street, Gr
To make room for F"all anld wV
Clean Sweep of all
aThere still romains in mly stook at
.o off all goods, some goodn a t H A L
No Catch Ads
b fut, I mean just what I say, 1 don't
Iare only in tst).td in wha Vhey cost ~