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The People's Journal
Ptvr ml) MYIAtY WKI)ZUNEsDAY MOI\INO
T. J. MAULDIN .............Editor.
W. L. MATJ1ENY..........Bus. Mgr.
Subscription $1.00 Per Annum.
Advertising Matos Reasonable.
Jntecod at the Post Office at Pickens am
second-class matter.
PICKENS, S. C.,:
Thursday, October, 23, 1902.
If you want to spend a few days
profitably and get full returns for
your money, tako the Madam and
the children down to Columbia
during Fair Week and let them
see soimlething of what South Caro
lina and her pople are doing.
The Court house is a good placO
in which to study human naturo.
It is there that crimio and virtue
and all the ways of men and wom
en too are exploited boforo the
public gaze and in tho hearing of
the public which, a fter all is the
dreaded censor of tho acts anld
sayings of most people.
Solicitor Boggs goos into his cases
to convict whore the CvidetiQ War
rants tho Grand Jury, in their
judgmen t, in presont ing a t rue 1ill.
Solicitor Boggs has made a re-ord
in the Eighth Circuit, though he
follows a long list of aible criminal
lawyers who have made th Figlith
Circuit Solicitcrship ani envialte
positioni because of the merit ot
the mon who have held the etlic,.
The 'Treasurer's books are open
and the Treasurer is ready to Ce
receipts for the tax's you (i oe,
lovied to help run the gov,rn
monlt about, which we Iiav? hlIear.1
so much and had so much fuss a1n(
fun during this year of clect 1s.
Would it n3t be wise to attend to
the payment of these taxes at the
earliest possible moment? There
are a few sure things and one of
thpm is tax.
9*W
After all, this cotton cro)p will
turn out fairly well and the first c.
next January will find tho peo,h
in bottor shape than they hatv
been in many years. One goo(
thing is nlcslinfg, and that is thal
there is imoro surplus mouney a fl. at
thani has bWen noticed ini my
years, or if it is not such money as
could properly be termned "surplus"
it is on hand just the same and
much of it will doubtless serve its
good mission in the set t!emen t o f
long standing debts, many of
which have not beeni paid simply
because the men who owed hamve
not had the funds before.
THlE GENERAL ELECTIONS.
Thue general electn ome~oi this
year cn the fourth day oif Novem.
her, the same being Tuesday af ter
the first Monday in November. A
proposed amendment to the coni
stitution is to be voted on ini this
election. and it is well that all
qualified electors read the notices
of electionm published hereini and(
learn for thomselves just what this
prop)osed constituntional aimeud
mient is, alnd be preCparied to vote
itollgenitly on the question.
amid it is insisted also that every
qualified elector come to the polls
on that day and vote in support
of the democratic nominees there
by fullfillling thme promise and ob
ligation made and taken when he
elected to vote under democratic
rules ini the primaries
There should be a full vote polled
on November fourth because it is a
plain duty of every citizen to ex
ercise his right of suffrage and
because every full vote helps the
cause of democracy, oven though
it be in a state almost solidly dem
ocratic.
THINK.
If the conditions that face you
now--ube they bad or indifferent
are met philosophically, their beet
solution wili be the more speedily
reached. If people---.your friends
-mmhaunderstand Toul if the follies
of the past are sometimes present
ed with reourrent consures, anid
obstacles sem to
have risen in your way, gathering
driftts and building higher frot the
mrooked hopes and plifs of the
past; if all hife to this day seemsu
a failure-mnow is the time of all
times to nerve yourself for the besi
*adavors of your life, This con.
#elousiess of failure.-this delhber.
*t. m.esement of the past and
IoM9arison with what your heari
4eliso-mght have been marku
ke ~#SNIR of omdeege
tios of a lifo attuned to the inspir"
ing proluptings of its consciow
stlongth and capacitty, loading tc
all that is best. Bo a man, nc
matter what you have boon.
Notice of Election.
For Ropresontativo in Congress Thiri
District,
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
County of Pickens.
Notico is hereby given that tho (ion
oral Election for Reprosontativo in Con.
gross will bo holli at the voting precinctr
fixed by law in the county of Picketis ou
Tuesday, November, 4, 1902, wisd say
being Tuesday following tho Ilrst. Mon
day as proscribed by law.
Tho qualiflic Itions for suffrage are a%"
follows:
Residence in the State for t wo y sl'.
in the county one your, i. the 1l I ns
pro. inct in which the elector strsftl+ t.'
vote four mouths, antii te ply:iymIn'nt I
months before any ele.tiont of A p% '
tax th.n due Ind1 pa1yab le: 1'ro, i.i ,.
that m m11intorst inl th,ergt' of' :II isr' :1: ,''.
churclh and toiehors of pubblIl h.' is
shall bo entitledI to vot a tesu i nout h
rowidee l! in (ho St:ts'. o Its:ii.tw e tu.tl i
lied.
Registrationt.
aItym lelt of all tatxts', itnelilding poll
taxs, atsSesft'lland! rt lk-'ttl t during theo
preu ytear. 'It Irtou tioln of i vor"
titientu o1 of the r'ceipt of iItho ollit-or
authoriz led to eolreet such tais' shl II i t
conchisivo prot,f of (te piynent there'+f.
1efor'e the lhour lixed for opening thr
pols Ma:tagers and Clot Ik must tako and
subiscl5rie)t's tile 0u i'st tutioial o th. '. l
('hairmtlan of tht ',uoard of \Managers c .n
atdaiiixer the oatli to tlhe o'htr mana
gr : o i the '!erk; a Notary Pnb'.:e
mus11: ;h itl ter thet oath t' the v!b:ir
n. . The :n m:agr' -ket t.ir c ur
('h &tio:
.t the e
:t. b ot eetn . :.1 : :." l t .. a . ta a
eleci .
S tft I .:::
.1 't itsI.
a ; th :
Eua v-1t :. t .:. P **.. , *.2 L .m
. t La tt
I > } . (t .:v::.
Lit : -. 1 . F ank Crane,
tH e e~-..5 i: -I H. P 3 lpot a. T
Pa:1i.:.- .E.J s,F rs
tros Pi ' IicsG E. tR Wilias,
George Lat:e, GadnJoe,
Cateechee--R R. hld .pt P. S ih
'L. W.. H ward.res
PLt2' X Cre.:k-Gen. W.riflu E.C
N. Hughes Ji Sila(s Wiliam.Wiim,
MSitLC Cei.--. . Boweliil, J. P. Smith
phee F. C.rsok-Gn. VGrfi,W
S i M:le--Allen Stewart, J. M. Perry
.Johni HLollis.
Cailbionn-Thios L. Grant, W. A.
ITogi, W. N. Cochran.
Holly Springs-Jas. M. Gillespie,
Early Moseley, B. C. Ligon.
(Gap Hill-Chris Abercrombie, B. D.
Maualdin, Edward Craig.
Liopers Gin--Emory Jones, T. W.
Hill, Joseph L. Looper.
Crosswell-T. C. Spencer, Adolphus
Williams, WV. D. Garrison.
The managers at each precint named
above are requested to delegate one of
their number to secure boxes and blanks
for the election. They can be secured
ou and after Monday, October 27th, at
the ofice of the Peoples Journal, Pick
ens, S. C.
S. H. Brown, Chairman,
HI. L. Clayton,
8. M. Perry.
Comumissioners of Federal Election fol
Piiken county.
October 14th, 1902.
A Cure For Cholera Inftantum.
"Last May." says Mrs. Curtis Baker,
of Bookwalter, Ohio, '"an infant child o;
our neighbor's was suffering from chol
era infanitum. The doctor had given uf
all hopes of recovery. I took a bottli
of Chamberlain's colic, cholera and Dim:
rhoca remedy to the house, telling then
I felt sure it would do good if used ac
cording to directions. In two days tlms
the child had fully recovered, and ii
now (nearly a year since) a vigorou
healthy r. I have recommmondet
this remedo frequently and have neve1
knowvn it to fail in any instance." Foe
ale by Dr. 0. W. Earle.
CLERK'8 SALE
STATE OF SOUT H CAROLINA
Plokens County.
In Common P1e05 Cour6.
J, B. Keith,
iSlaintiff,
'5,
Willis Glenn, Sr.
Defendant.
I usnoe of an order of foreolc
sur intheabove stated oase by Eoz
Ernest Gary, dated 3July, 18th, 1909
and on ale la the Clerk's ofBoe. I wi
sell to the highest bidder on
SAL1EDAY INi NOV/EMIJJi, 190%
dusribg the legal hours tot sale, at Pil
ens tSottrtt hose, S. C., thle followin
traot of land to witi
All that pied., varde or 46e #
and othe a, containing al,ut fouirte#
aOremo eor I aufbeI g the sent
land eo ~ye this to7
UWil enn, Biw.) by ilwsaid 9.3
Trms dshb. Varolinset to p97 t
papetesud for teoordlng same.
A $, 20008 8L 5
.5iQQf
Ja_
Tightly Locked Fron
Nervous Spasns.
Physicians Coul
Not Prevent Fits.
Dr. Miles' Nervina Cur t
My Wit'e.
- I: t 1y : t. w t: , - -,. , a e , ".t t
tt litit tt.c !t {: i t . t'. i ' . . .. .. .
h -. . h t - .:t:,he was para
e, : . :.e 1.1-:v.i t:e t th stalt water an.
,- .h : , :m ',att,t she eventually g, l
eO *-tt .* to ii a1 Ishort time slhe h..
att.'t'Ct :tt.t.k Sie was conritned to ' T"'
1-c,t t.ot citctte Itiths and the do t. :..,.
nti hce!p hiet. She had fits frcque::'. "n.
t:m e, I%e v .evere. IEer hands w",:1. 1 ,""t.rrt:
st we could not open them atn ?.l V
got so hter jaws weu.td t". T. : t
Ftn.ally I saw the doIcter W' :.; "r a
,ttI anti ordered a be::', . .
storative Nervnc. Sh n.. _ * - c
benefi,t friom the hf.rst ' *~,,*
more. She has :ake:.s . - n .
but has never ha .: s .).: I
dose. She a' t- . .
Miles' Nerveia: .17 L -L- ... a e ";
w-ithout th:. : .C -- -: 4 4. !'" :L : t ,n
ttE t:P . V, .N?e"':e': 'i..' *e N. ~:
A FREE PATTERNS
- *..: e a !t' P n a rc ~e .
MCALLS :
MAGAZINEW
A LADIES' M.4A1INf.
} * ; s l 4 : co~ lt.1 79,L 4110 .ieQ7
5. c ku a . R e a e.' , S sat4. t. Y
La1ta'.r .enta il,1 Sse e m y
e te ittg ?-a,e,r' t:ecs.
MS CALL 1
BAZAMe
L4ATTERN4S
Al Seemt Aaqed mud Perattus ihe
the isudt5i Oe 4.2.* theas.
':?y t5 td is es -.a 4 -.3.a 1:=1e.
.U.c : s1" va. S.: ,iarw'-y re ry al
THE McCALL CO.,
113-115-117_ Wtst 31st St. %1W YOM.
NOTICE
Al1 persons are hereby warned not
bust, thii, trap or, in any other w
tressp .ss ou my lands. Any vio
tion of this notice will be prosecuted
fullest extent of the law.
Sep 25 t4 James E. Hagood, Sr.
Notice of Final Settlement.
I will apoly to J. B. Newbery, Probs
Judge for 1Pickens county for a flual a
tiement of the estate of Absolem Rop
do 'eased, on the 23rd day of Octob
1902, and ask to be dismissed asqadmin
trator.
JOHN ROPER.
Administrator.
Sept. 25 t4
Notiee to Debtors and Creditors.
Pe~rsons having claims against the
tate of B. A. Greten, deceased, are
queste,l to p)resent the same prope
attested to the undersigned for paymi
by 1st day of December, 1902, and tht
indebted to said estate, must .make pi
mont to
Mrs. Ida C. Green,
Administratrix.
Chamberlain's colic, cholera and Dia
rhoea Remeday has a world wide repu
tion for its cures, IL never fails and
pleasnnt and safe to take, For sale
Sound kidneys are safe guards of li
Makethmo kiduoyn health with Fole
Kidney cure. J3olt & WXebb Piokens
Chapman & Callahan Liberty.
NotIee to Decbtor's and Creditors
Porsons having claims against the,
late of WV. F. Blasotngame, deceas
aire requeested to p)resent thce samopr
trly attested to the undersigned for pi
ment by t,he 1st day of D)ecember 191
and those indebted to said etate m1
mnako payment to4-)
W. T. FIELD, Executor,
09t3.
NO FALSE CLAIMS.
The prop.zetors of Foley a tionoy a
Tar do nlot adveri iso this as a sure ci
for consumption." They do not cla
it will cure this dread com~plaint. in I
vanced cases, but do positively ass
that it will euro in the earlier sti
and never fails to 'give comf
and relief in the worst case. Fole
Honey and Tar is withoiet doubt i
greatest throat and long remedy.]
fuse substitutes. Bolt and Webb Pi,
ens Chapman and Callahan Liberty.
A YOUNG LADUIS LIFE BAVED.
Dr. Oha. H. Utter. a prominent pl
sician, of Panama, 0'lomibIa in a re
letter states: ''Last March ihad as
patient a young lady sixteen years
age, who had a very bad at tack of dya
toy verythingIrealribed for
- rvdinefeta~ndsewsgrowl
. worse every hour. Her parents' w
sure she would die, She had become
tweak that she could not turn over
bed. What to do at this critita
meeet was a stty for me, but I thiou
of Ohamiberlalh s0(1o10 Oholt sid J
rthoca Itemedy and as a last resort 1
sor b4 it. The most woniderfat: re
was teted. Within eight. honra I
feseling lti# bAttern iniside -of tb
* d ase Wasubon he'r eet and na.
enj oon wbOe wat entb wehl,
o r bale by Dra G. W. 1. '
a . . 'OTI0E 1
I hui o aay te
his gt i b ptosgg t the
exage Q?Q
ITradi,
.A B
t-'att t'1iu i nt h s t",numencet
' .n l'wkeustl soIl. we prom ised tht
lho \Om of thritty u lyvers tha1
' hve for your inipecti(
the 80 goods wero bought in coi
thnt would astonish the manufa
Now
%\"c ltt u to give the tradlii
' be ou bad and g",.
WVONI
V 2 . ~ ~ V~r 11aL
;s.. , .c +. : , , t. . s k t
B : i.n:S .ut lin .::ery\ and' E
We are showing a largo li
jh : eth-r-s try to mlatel 1s
. eHard
By tar the larg-st stock of
Cook Stov" s and Heaters, Gun
Pa:nts. Oi's and Vtarnishes.
an_i Swi:t's F'aatous Wheat Gu:
has his own ideas of taste and r
suits you , When we bought
Heatl
Second hard Veerless Pcitable El
to
a
FOR T
-Write foa
ite Catalogue
-It costs no
r, - -all kindsB of
BUGGIES$ DAJYIS WAOKS, SUlRR[1
HEISTANDAE
- CINICINN4A
Responsible.
s- in each town.
Please utention this paper when wr:
ly
Our A
by -4
fe.
DURING TI
OUR ENTIRE
38
A GREAT SA
THOSE WH
CHOICE OF S
nd - PRIDE
ire --
im
art
ges
var
he
We Want Your
We whh .to call attentior
$ full and cornplete line of
.. ..roceries and
3er
Can dies.
SWe;:N&ishi we coulid teachl
no ltt sweet that looks that way
alays th1 highet.i.f you bu
'~ keep at all times a full Ji
?heah Sausage, and Ooffee. Freal
A nice line of.$tationaryt Tabi
Colot'ed Qk'ayons &o.
ma GOOD GooDS-GOOD PRIC
of motto, All goods mold for oaab or
til 4t$1
ng isA1l
JOST
: in earnest, and the Big Store is onjoying thi
>0people of Pickens county one of the lbet ti
*t flock to our threo .large stores daily bear8 I
n the largest stock of General Merchandiso
uection with our four large stores in Not th a
oturors and we have priced them to knock or
Until Januai
ltulilitc tlneo of the gri ndlost money saving ol:
t yotur sharr.
DWRFUL OFFERING I
rts s0lis for 0ets., our prico, 2t1'. 200+)
y 1blue, st-1la for s;5c tluri pt i(!(, 50c !.' Ul)
ktinld for olyv :;A 4 tnts. :m 0)
d our price acts. .1000
Clothing! C
+uit ' if not you will find it here that fits we
Cono to us for Vour clothing. A nice clay w
ts the $.50 kind only $4 50. All wool elay
Our Millinery Departme
prottite.st styles that we have over shown.
....Men's, Women's, Misses e
of of Mtn'". \Woilu's, M1ssOs attd Boys Sh
ut they ean't do it.
ware and Farmii
Hardware in the county. All kinds of turn
s, Meat Choppers, Cross Cut and Hand Saws,
Wheat sowing time and we have a full supp
1no. Our space is too small to begin to enun
ecessity. Each individual wants sometholltr;
e had the peculiarities and tastes of our cust :
1=Bruce=N
)gine to sell cheap,
dIe Vehicles
-4E TRADE,
nour complete
thing, showing
S, CARRIAGES, SPRING WAGONS, &e.
TG
ID WAGON CO,
ri, OHI0.
Agents waunted
ting, ~
nnual Reduction
tford Sale o
IS NOW ON
Parn
11$ SALE WE WILLt CLOSE OUT Don' p
STOCK OF LOW CUT SHOES AT
ORIFICE,
0 COME FIRST WILL GET THEIR
TYLES AND SIZES,
AND PATTON,
GREENVILLE, S. 0.(
Regin
Trade....
of the trading public to the
All
Confectionaries,.."' ".
NIoW shown at Mr's. Curetons. suits no,
-. Crackers. ..
sverybody that everything is ,, h
an.d that the best candy is not $8 $5
y it frointus.
er?e All Goo
ns of Hams, Fish, Lard, CotteletIe,
Cheese always on hand,
snto, Load and Blate ?enolle, Blates
IES.-.GO0D TREATMNT -Is out
br~Tr,
ays brisk
ORE.
largost trado inl its history. When we )lanted our feet
ading centers in upper Ponth Carolina and judgirg from
4 otl inl tho staltnont hat Wh w havo fulfil led our promise.
thaIt has over been brought to this part ;f the state
III outh Carohna1tt in large ituantlti(s for spot cashl at price.s
it till so-called CoIl) petition, and f'rou
'y, 1st, 1903,
)ortunitit-i that has over been known inl this part of tho
N DRESS GOODS.
aIrds Outing good dre.ss styles, at -10 per yard.
'11rdl1 standard Print stIs s ol s for . m1tr p)ric, 14We.
'ardIs choeks good stiles at only 'lets.
'ards shooting the ricts kind only he.
lothing!
1!, looks well, wares w'l I and at 15 to 25 por cent cheaper
orst?d suit lhr kind yout havo al-1ways )ttid $5.00 for only
worsted the $10.00 kind only $6,00. French ivorstd fron
nt is Complete. -4
It. is ti im you worn get(ing yone Ia llat
md Boys Shoes....
0Os at interestilng prices Intd when it comes to Values in
rg Implemnentsn
gilows, D isc H arrow s, D : ' I ltw s, C ultivato r)IS,( rain )rills
C:arp ,nter-s t~ Is, P'i11i.g1, Be lting1, l'nilders lla1rdwarrp
Iv o! wheat I:=rtilizers, afin nateI oodsa, acid l)hosphate,
Iteralte tho seasonable gt4) Is in ea I d1+pal"tmi!nt. Itaclh (n,
espe'i ially Sited to his or her own 11eal8. \V havI) what
1C in m m:nd, ti s1tok shows the influence of our purpose.
lorrow Co.,
D)o
You
Wat
o .Nice
o 4.. Suit ?
A G;ood Shoe or
0 A Steish Hat?
We have just
opeOned
ai lICO new stock
of these andA"~"
Now Goods
and
e invite all
Let us Have Our Money.
tits Sowing on account will please pay promptly this Fall
It us5 of 1ongr.
"Short Credit Makes Long Friends.,"
f0 appreciate your* friondship.
W. T. MioFA LL.
Y
....A GRAND OPPORTUNITY...
---TO BUV
:Iothing and hats.
ning Monday morning June 30th we offer our entire stock of
M'ens, Boys and Childs Clothing at
..25 Per Cent Discount off the Regular Price..
straw hatu at 88j per cent discount. No hat carried from last
00 Suits now *15.00. $18 00 suite now *13 50. $10650 suits
,38. $15.00 suite no $11. 25. $12.50 suit a now $9.38. $10.00
$7.50. $8.00 suite no0W $0.00. $6.00 suite nlow $4.50. $6.00
N' $8 76.
NS AND BOYS PANTS IN THlE SAME PROPORTION...
ents panits now 88 cents. 75 cen ts pants 5? cents. $1 panta
$2 pants now $1.50. 8 pants now $2 20, $4 pants nOW
pant. now *8.76. '*6 pants now $4 50.
is Sold Por CASU- Remember the Date
u4ln treet GO nvilin 8. C1

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