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The People's Jiournal.
Notice to Subscribers !
LaQt Janunry notices were sent to all
parties in arrears and due The Journal
on subscription and other wino. '1'heso
notioes included indebto ines of 1901
Mr. W. L. Mathony is Atill with the
Journal and in charge of these mttors
and will b ploasod to have all who have
not complied with the request to nettle
embodied in the said noticos to call on
him at The Journal oflico, in the Autho
ny brick building, at tho rear of W. T.
McFall's store and aranugo snob indobt
ednoes at once. A prompt coiplianeo
will groatly facilitate us in placing and
keeping our business in proper shape.
'T. J. MAULDIN,
Pub. The Journal.
Local and Personal.
-Dr. W. F. Austin will be in
Easloy Nov. 18 and 19.
-Rev. 0. M. .bney fillod his
regular appointmnents Sunday at
Bethilehei and Pickens.
-Dr. A. B. Wardlaw will ho in
Pickons Monday and Tuesday Nov.
18 and 19.
-Ethel, the oldest daughter of
Squire W. L. Jenkins is critically
ill with pneuimonia.
-Rev. J. C. Shive will preach at
the Prosbytorian on the fifth Sun.
day morning and night.
-The Pickons Graded School is
in the best working order it has
been since its organization.
-Dr. G. W. Earle, alter several
days sickness is able to be up and
attend his patients.
-Mrs. B3aylie Higgins returned
home Monday, after several day s
visit to friends and relative3 at
-Friends of Dr, Jesse J. Morgan
were glad to see him in Pickei
Monday and to learn of his gradual
-Mis3 Lillian Morgan, daughter
of )r. J, J. Morgan, of i)acusville,
entered the Graded ,;hool Mot,
-Miss Nannio Robinson, of
Oconee county, entered the Gra
de(l School Monday. She is board
ing with Mr. J. E. Parsons.
-Mrs. Harry Valentine, of
Trenton, N. J., is with her parents
Mr. and Mrs. John Ferguson, for a
-The Treasurer's book
Road his notica and be
bring enough money alon
your receipt back with y,
-Mrs. Frank Murphy i
ago fell ofi of a loaded wa
and Idislocated both wi
turoke a )Unue in Unu~ w rIsL
-N. A. Christopher is
the Treasurer ini the col
taxes. You will find hin
ready to accommodate y
you have business with th
-Alonzo Pace is the a
ting drayman in Pickens
always ready to serve th
for reasonable compe
Leave your orders with 1
the work will be done)
and with care.
-Read the advertisen
land sales for December
land will be auctioned on
in that month. Helre are
tunities to buy homes in g
tions of the county, thom
part of this county is a go.
-A meeting of the "C
the Living God" will be h(
home of P. B. Martin on
and 16. A free discourst
Divine Plan of the Ages, I:
Wright, of Alleghany, Pa.,
minister of tihe T1ruth. Ii
seeking the truth, come a.
a discourse on "God's Ete
pose." No charge. No c
S-We giye this week th
of expenditures through t
of the Supervisor and Cant
m rissioners to date. Picl
some reason is an expensiv.
Roads and bridges are a b
the tax-payers, but our Su
and Commissioners are
of the interests of Pickens
and never a claim is paid
an examination into its i
unless the county gets v.
-John L. Thorniey has
and is operating a market
first floor in the rear room
Anthony huilding, in the
the Journal office. Hie k.
ways on hand a mece and f
ply of beef, pork anid
things an the meat line cas
a first-class market . Hie
ted by Mr. Callanan, a but'
mnarket-man who understa
business. Leave orders wv
and youl will be supplied.
tell oysters at stated time'
--Rev. J. B. Wilson, P
Elder of the Greenville Di
a letter to the Southern C
Advocate, epeaks of the eo
lng condition of the M'
ih,urches of his District, F>
ly 'the outlook is good.
Wiokens has already Ipaid
lull. Piokens Circuit has
e,ssment for missionS bt.
i's a sm~al1 balance due on
saayto whieh Stewards
ytny glggteir attent
Curd of Thanks.
I take this method to thank our
neighbors and frionds, for myself
and family, for the, gr.t,i kindness
shown uts aId my wife during her
long suffering wnich ended with
her doath on the - th of Novembor.
Such miinisterings holped to relieve
the ordeal of suffering of much of
its terrors, and make us all deeply
grateful for tho utselfish assistance
shown uts with such faith fulness
for so many trying weeks. All
have our prayers and thanks.
J1. A. H1unnilcutt.
Crops on Oolonoy valley are the
finest We have had in yoars.
A movement is on foot to ostab
lish a !Uroawory at Punpin ton.
Somel have already taken stock
and we Ieel quite sure that it will
bo a success.
Mr. Joe H. Keith of the U. S.
Navy is on a visit. to his parents
near Table Mt. .Joes miany friends
are glad to sou hin.
Mr, T. Martin Jones lost ao fine
James 13rothlors are (o1ing a goo(l
business ginning at Putupkintown
Mr. Walter Earle has a flourish
ing school at Ro,k.
Miss Maggie Brown is 'spending
a few days in Atlanta.
Mrs. T. M. Norris of Cateechee,
spent last weeek in town as the
guest of Mis. J. N. Morgan.
Mrs. J. P. Worsham, of Gasto
nia, is the guest of her mother Mrs
Rt. C, Ruche(ster .
Mrs. V. B. Morgant is in Atlanta
spondting seV.,lal wve:'ks.
NI iss Aurie Kirksey, of Pickens
is visiting Mrs. C. C. Fiieks.
Capt. Ivy Mauldin was in town
Satu rd a y.
The mlanly frin of Mlr. It.
Pendletnt (;oiae will 'e 'ery
sorry to leari that he i. still eon
fined to hiI:- ro"m with rh umatism.
F. A. M.:ur;:h-, of Atlanta,
spent a fe%w h(;(eurs hr ''hursday.
Mr. It. M. 1);a'', , f i_en,'cl:a. was
Mlrs. W . 'I'. .\! is verv ill at
her home ne:r Cnt r'.
Nessrs W. (.:h t' Ala\b
bama aid A. \V. 1. ,t.e=o, of New
nan, Ga., sp t Sunday here with
their nioth, M r:, H. C. Roehe ster.
r~ ,K, ~ . . 1,. .. .
oti)f ls in atne spirt
pe that the cares
rfr n any way
u ded from Jews
15g a cottupt form
FREE TO T11 BABIES.
The Eastern Manufacturing Co., of
Chicago, will present to every baby,
under one year of age, in this county, one
solid silver baby spoon with the baby's
given name engraved on same. You do
not have to pay one cent nor buy any
thing to get this spoon. The Eastern
Manufacturing Co. are large manufac
turers and jobbers of jewelry and
silverware, and have taken this method
of advertising their goods. Instead of
spending thousands of dollars for
magazine advertising they have decided
to give it away direct to consumers.
The undersigned firm has been
made distributing agent for this
locality. Bring your baby to their
tore and give its name and age and
you will receive one of these beautiful
silver spoons all engraved free of cost.
This is not a cheap article, but solid
silver of elegant design. Don't fail
to look over the elegant line of The
Eastern Manufacturing Co.'s goods on
c Mrs. K. L. Cureton.
To the Public.
Seeing the need of an organiza
tion ' cheap itnsuranlco in this
c,'ultty we beruwitl take pleasure
in reconinIuiding to the people
as a wiole, "The County Mutual
B3nefit Associationl of America'"
to be thto host thing in tho way of
inuran" wo have yet como across
and it is managed by home people;
E. Foster Koith,
.1. B. Now bery,
A. .1. iloggs,
J. M. Stowart,
N. A. Christopher.
E. Fosttr Keith, President.
J. B. Nowbery, Sec'y and Treas.
I want an agent in each town
ship. Call on m at Pickens.
J. W, REEIDER,
STATE +1' S) UTl CAROLINA (
l outy oi' 'ickns.
In Comumon .Ploas Court.
.Ji dge:nclt of Foreclosure.
In pursnanco of order of foreclosure
i.i in t, above stated case by his
.'. Watts, dated October 22nd
n file in the Clerks office, I
tho highest bidder on
LY IN DECEMBER, 1902,
legal hours for sale at Pick
louse, S. C.;
>icce, par'cel or tract of land
eing situatedl in the county
'oresaid in Easley township
f D)addy'st Creek, wvaters of
rin, bounded by landa of J. E.
Robinson anmd J. Rt. Lathemj,
md conveyed to James R.
Ea Lathemn the 2nd day
ir .1899, the said mortgage
to scure the balance of the
oney for said above described
.iming forty five (45) acres
thier tract adjoining the fore
ibed tract, containing forty
'es, more or less, and being
2dedl to James R. Lathem by
tun Childress, and for fuller
of same see said deed,
3RMS OF SALE:
cash on day of sale, the cred -
be paid in twelve months
t at eigbt (8) por' cent until
'edit portion secured by the
purchaser aid mortgage of
s. Terms of sale to be comn
vithiu one hour.
e to pay for all papers and for
J. H. 0. McDANIEL,
90.Sheriff Pickrsa County,
of the authority conferred
the will of 0. W. Blanks,
will sell to the highest bid
i at Pickens curthouse on
)ocembor next during the le
f sale the following lands:
>ieeo parcel or tract of land in
of Pickens and State afore
ning thirty-onc acres mere or
0(1 by landsa of 11. E. Chil.
Mary C. Blanks and others
o a plat zmde by J. A. Rob
that p)iooe, parcel or tract of
I connty and state containing
.m acres more or less and boun
is of Mrs. Mary 0. Banks,
,the Hill tract and~ others no
a p)lat of the same made by
Mary C. Banks, Executrix
of the will of 0. WV. Banks,
of' Personal Property.
.sdayv the 20th d my of Novem
will sell the personali proper
)g to the estatos of the late J.
linda Ann Williams, both de
ho homeo place, no0w the r'esi
>hn I. Williams. This per.
naists oif all the household of
nule, (one two-horse wagon,
fodder, shucks and all other
:operty belonging to the es.
J.IF. and Malinda Ann WVil.
will begin at 10 o'olock a. m.
yd, Persimmon and Hicks
or dulivered at your R. R.
For this timber Iwe will
cash in car load lots of 10
'or prices, specifications,
to me or WV. 0. Fnioka
yIlug thi" timber for me
, 8 TINSON,
J. L. Bolt, M. D. E. B.We
Bolt, Webb and
Wo havo the finest, most selec
ever brought to Pickons. Wo ha
in all styles and priceq. When w
and can make them to you as fol<
A Good box papor for only 15c.
Finer goods all the way from 15
cents to 50 cents.
Best package of envolopes ob
tainable for 5 cents.
Spectacles a spccialty.
We are the OP
Store in the C
So there is no use going anywl
Fino, First-class goods and low pr
It is Worth a
Jnst to have a bo
We Are the GEl
Wo are agonts for the Worlds
BEAM CHILLED PLOWS.
A. K. F
Has new goods stacked
More Values, More
Note the following price!
take advantage. I spent tim&
York for bargains, and I now
Something everybody needs
cents. Better fleeced and much h
fore at that price. Drills at 5c, sto
15, 25 and 40 cents. Beautiful F1:
See my dress goods.
Quality the BEST
It is too hot to talk blankets
when you want them I can supply
ever bought such goods. My repu
shoes is too wvell known to Pickenu
ing themi. Hosiery and undorwea
able I have ever offered. Come ai
I have said.
West End. G
N'otics of Finial Settlement.
We will a pply to J. B. Newbery, Pro
bate Judge for j'okens county on thc
4th ay of Deoember, 1902 for a final
settlement of the estate of Julia B3oggs1
deceased and ask to be dismissed a sE4x.
Nov, 618 S. C. Bloggs,
J. C. Boggs,
Notice to Debtors anid Creditors
Persons having claims against the os
tate of WV. F. Bllasbingamne, deceased,
are regnested to presen t the same prop.
erly attested to the undersigned for pay
mont by the 1st (lay of December 1902
and those indebted to said estate inus
make payment to
W. T. FIELD, Executor.
Notice to Debtors and Creditors
Persons having claims against the es
tote of Reese Bowen, deceased are re
quested to present the same properly at
tested to the undersigned for paymen
by the fit daty of December, 1902 and
those indebted to said estate must mnak
Not3 R, A. Blowen, Admr.
In pursuance of an order made by th<
Hon. 1R. 0. Watte, presiding Judge or
the 22nd day of Oct. A. D. 1902, all per
sons having claims against the estate oi
Catherine Cannon, deceased, must flk
said olaimM with me properly proven or
or' by the 12th day of December, A. D.
1902 or be fozover barred.
A. J. BOGGS, [sRAr,)
The Stockholders of the Farmeri
Publishing Company ore herebi
called to meet in annual meotinj
at Pickens Court House on thb
fourth Saturday in November nex
the same being the 22nd day o
November, 1902. Dividends wil
be declared at that time.
W. T. FIE LD,
A Cure For Cholera Infantum.
"Last May." says Mrs. Curtis Bakei
of Bookwalter, Ohio, "an infant child c
our neighbor's was suffering from cho!
era infantum., The docor had given u
all hopes of recovery. I took a botti
of Chamberlain's odlio, cholera and Dli
rhoon remedy to the bhouse1 telling thei
I felt sure It would do good it used al
cording to direotions. In two days tIn
thechid hadl fully recovered, and
now n a a arsince) a vigorot
this ae4 frqtoutI #n have nov
Ab, M. D. J. N. lHallum, Ph (1,
t, and up-to.-dato line of stationer
ve box paper, envelopes, and tablel
o bought this we considored the pric
A good pencil tablet of 400
pages for 5 cents.
Ink Tablets for 5 and 10 conts.
Best unruled lmen, packet
size for 25 cents
ounty. . . . ..
ere else for your hardwaro. Foi
ices we are far ahead of the whol<
Trip to Easley
h around our store.
Celebrated SYRACUSE STEE
v, S. C.
'A R K
everywhere in his store. IF
th than ever.
and come to his store and
and money searching Nem
have them to offer you.
-Canton Flannels, at 5, 8, 10 and 12
3avier goods than I ever had be.
indard goods, Red Flannels, 10
innellets, the 10c quality for 8* cts.
Prices the LOWEST.
and ladies capes and cloaks, bul
your wvants for the least money yor
tation for good shoes and cheai
people to toke up space in advertis
r stock the largest and most reason
dsee me and make mec prove wha
rREEN VILLE, S. C
TREAT YOUR KIDNEYS FOR
When you are suffering from rhoume
tism, the kidneys must be tended to a
once so that they wvill eliminate the uri
acid from the blood, Foley's Kidne
Cure is the most effective remedy fc
this purpose. R. T. Hopkins of Pola
Wis., says. "After unsucessfully do<
taring tbree years of rheumatism wit
the be.st doeLors, I tried Foley's Kidne
Cure and it cured me. I cannot spea
too highly of this great medicine." Bo]
& Wecbb Pickens & Chapman & Ollahal
CIT A TION.
STIATE OF SOUTH CA ROLINA,
County of Piokens.
By J. B. Newbory Esquire Probat
Whereas, Isano Hlallums made sui
to me to grant him Ltters ofAdministrr
tion of the Estate of and effects of Ner
These are therefore to cite and admor
ish aill and singular the kindred ani
oroditors of the said Ner o Halium decea:
ed, that they be and appear before mi
in the Court of Probate, to be held
Piokens Court House, S. C, on the 2
dcy of Nov. 1902, af ter publication here
of, at 11 o'clock in the forer oon, to she'
cause if any they have, why the said Ad
ministration should not be granted.
Given under my hand and Real, thi
7 day of Sep. 1902, in the 127 e
of our Independence. y
J. B. NEWIBERY.
J. P. P. C.
Chamberlain's colic, cholora and Di a
rhoea Itemeday has a world wide rep ut
tion for its cures. It never fails and
pleasant and sife to take, For sale I
Dr. G. WV. Earle,
NO FALSE CLAIMS.
The prop.tetora of Fole3 6 tiohiey at
Tar do not advertise this as a sure cu:
for consumption." They do not olal
it will cure this dread complaint in al
vanced cases, but do positively ase
thut it will oure in the earlier stag
and never fails to give comfoa
and reliof in the worst oases. Foley
Honey end Tar Is without doubt ti
greatest throat and long remedy, Ii
fuse su bstitutes. Bolt and Webb Pio
ens Chapman and Callahan Liberty.
-Poley's ffoneyand Ta
tEb ehiedrn.aate.sure. No opIates
is 90BITIONB GARANT3UD,
4 Unger 000og Gagh Deott
ir .se 3!4
If you want eheap shoddy goods don't
for you wont find them. Wo have bought no
goods that money could buy, they were bougl
hesitato to say that our line of winter clothing
Goods ot(, is one of the Iargost, most complotc
to Pickons. Those are plain facts, we aro not
look through our stock.
Clothing . Clothing
We can't begin to toll you tho good thin
Suits for men, Stouts, Slims, and Regulars, rai
Youths Suits 12s to 19s ranging in price from
Is to 16s from 50c to $5.00.
We are SOLE AGENTS for the
Horse Shoe Brand
- O F - - c
Men's Fine Clothing
Mrs. Jane Hopkins
MAKE OF CLOTHIING
For Children and Vouths.
With 1)oubl Seat and kne' . ''hese
suits arc a woinder, worlth three tilles
the money asked for thelu. If you have
it crowd of boys to lit up bring t.llomm
W have Overoonts for nyod-big, e
to 70, all colors, styles, a.d prices from $2.50 t(
No use to talk Shoes to you for you all kne
The Old Roliablo RA 1".'L1; A X10 are sold." 'I
you will never have any other.
Dress Goods ! ]
All the latest styles amnd colors, Worsteds, C
Flannels for waists, inl faet everything in the wI
Trimmings to match, Outings from 5 to 15c.
mado skirts, W1'aists, .Taekets, Cape"s and Reefer
Kersoys, Cotton and W' oolen luhauno, all color,
Hard wvar of every description. St,oves all
Shinglo 'Mill Supplies, IlarnOsI, Bridles, Saddh
Rugs, (iuns-single and doublo barrel, Legi
with prices right.
Sen our Flour $3.75, $..25, 9-1.50 and $4.75
pounds to the dollar.
Your patronago solicited, satisfbction guari
Folger & TI
Clothing Shoo , Iats anid Gouts Fui
Now is the 1
Wool, Wool Rolls, V
Po anyv of the abov
tWe have an exeelleut Line of
Always a full line of Grocertes at
and see ua. Yours truly,
g?''Watch this space for prices
Your Moneys wor1
Kerosene oil et 15 cents por gallon
-20 cents por gallon. Come and oxamit
for a~ dollar. A few gall giggors for pasl
10 lbs parched coffee, 1 00
10c package of Arm & Ha
A nico new lius of mon's suits at th,
a one horse town- I try to mal'o the pri
r who want to buy goods and not thos
a good a line of shoes as is generally carric
that never fails to move them.
Mr. F. A. Lowis is now chief salosm
glad to, see his old1 friends. Satisfaction
John F. I
e Doyou ikecoffee? Well if you de
'of the boat roasted coffee at 8iba for $1.
-green coffee on the market.
If you ever indulge in Smoking call
ly oots. And if you want a cheaper cigi
p. Perhaps you came away from home
course you don't want to drive home wil
Deed not do it for you can get anything:i
The best flour on the market for the
follow undersell us on flour.
Plenty of knives for the boys, and p
We have some bargains in Sho~anv.g1
Righ~est price paid for all Cqiusry
rything the Best.
v+asto timo looking for thom here
enormous stock of the very best
it at the right pricos. We do not
, Shoes, Hats, Gents Furnishing
and boat selected stock over brought
talking as you will see when you
4! Clothing !
gs wo have to offor you in this line,
iging in prico from $2.50 to $18.00.
2.00 to $7.00, and ohildrens suits
- - t
ittlll. Old and young, from 7 years
w the way to f he place "where the
fy one pair of the Battle Axe and
)ress Goods !
issimores, Flannnols, Plaids, French
sy of 'Dress Goods with Silks and
Don't fail to see our line of rndy
Big stock of Blankets, Jeans,
sizes and price, Shingle Mills and
s, Iaprobos, Trunks, Umbrellas,
,,ings, ete. Anything-overything
per barrel. Coffoo 8, 10 and 12
ishing Goods .a Specialty.
pool Sooks and
o SEE US.
including Laies Heavy Gray
Rock B3ottomn Prices. Como
is as good or the same oil at
e my granulated sugar 19lba
$1.00 pants for &00
50c shmirts for 3150
mmner soda, 5c.
lowest prices ever :offered in
oo of my goodls suit the people
who want to sell goods. As
d mn a small town at prics
an at my store and is always
uaran teed or money refund.
,come anid let us sell you sOmeo
30, The best 8 and 1016
and get the EmproW[C1gara.on.
ir oall1 for We.r Eagle or Old
and forgct y our dinner. Of
bout your dinner. And you
n the cienned good. line,
money. We wont let the othot
rices to suit thme