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THE_ PIKL SEJOURN
-_ r1 A ri 3, 19 19( nL iekens, s C., as secoud class matter, under act of Congres or > 3,is7.
VOL XXXV PICKENs, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY JULi 5, 90 *
Things Should be as They
Money, *Prestige nor Power Should
BrAo'k the Will of the People.
A NEWSY BATCH FROM, ATEECHEE.
Wit.l m.kpioussh 11owors of last
- N~week everytlhig of a green nature
h1a1 taken oni now life, the atmosi.
phere cooled to a certain extent.
laying by timo iS iear at hand and
everyl'odiy semns to have a smile
on their faco.
Well, August is atboiut the onlly
month11 in e yril' the poOr Old
farmer can elijoy. Of couirse his
rItions ruin dow n pretty fino al out
that time of year, but. through
Providence he can cnjnoy the fruits
of his labor and ik thy ha)piest
Croatt 1Are On God's greeti carth.
At that seaon of the year if he
hats made rcparitions for it he has
all the luxtuies of a garden thit
heart coild wish for, b.-Sides wa ter
meloIw, fruits. etc. No debts duo
julit ati that tiric to worry theo
farmer'8 mid ; the protracted
meetings are going on aind thlt,
farmer can . enjoy a free intei
course with hisj alker ouict! more.
If the whole y Ir wLs Augt WE
r believe more of the poor old tarme
ors would go to heaven' than whit
But as the dispensary is been
voted out of PilCens co0unty it flay
bo the cause of saving several poor
souls, Saying nothinog about the
meat,, bread and shoes it. will put
.' omo doserted hrnes, provided
the dispnsa.ryites dibi. law it
back in force a in. Iiy do,
and some life is taken oil the
strength of drinking dispenisary
whiskey, won',t the blood (), tfha
soul be required at their hands?J
Now, gentlemen, those f .you vi1o
aro taking steps to have the dis
P011sary re estiLli shed in Pic'kens
county, stop and think or I mill
u to. Complaint was made to the
Hlon. S~upervisor of* Pickens count'yi
that,-an election was desired oit
the dispeitsary. . Petitions wo)O
solt ill. we supmose, from all parts.
of the county, Il( ing f.r the same,
Wheherts-, pe:tit-ions co,,tain-sd
a mll.jolity of tlle u( i ( votels
we are iIable to say, but any woV
the election 11as ordrd an Iwa
was the rAuh? Nor.- f1-r to
h toa tile legality of'the ectin
wve believo it was condu.ial fair ly
and .'dnarolloy, ia'corinI g t. th il'11
strulctions ipubli:'1h( ini the edint
Extentivo C(inittee1111. N'4ew four
or fivo) Pprons colme forwa rdl1 lud
say the~ maljorI ty shahIll('otile;
tht we 11av0 got thle mone i aM in
the d ispenisary mulst b0 <pened (
Ilgain regardless of what tile miajor.
Spaco forids~f 1us sayinug as much
on.th is quelstionf as8 wo wouldi like.
WVade Ross, whlo has been woi k
ing in S3 M. Perry'i li very stab~,
at this lace, ileaves today for the
, Easley cotton il 11.
Ples Durham l1klis very low from
Will iMauildin is back in the I
store a fter a siege~ of sick ness. * H is
manyv friends a rI glad to see him <i
behind11 tihe cOunIteir agaill.
John Riley, of K inlgston, N. C.,
is visiting here.
Mi'. .Ked, superC1inI~te~~ndt of
towi' lV on a y last week.
T[he super0i-atendlen t of ibeI~rtyv
mill was iii townl last wook.
M~ iss Valley W ;drnfi, of Wood
ruf[f, 8. 0., visitre her brloth er lst
Oni last. un iday evenlinug about
3-30 o'clock M lr. Gheorg' Secott, of
Cateche, and M1iIiss Jani e, fouiirth 11
dlaughlter of Mr*. and Mrs II. TI
mlarriedi at tile hioiie of the~ brideC's
parent0 s, J1. Alonzo Brown , N. P.,
ofliciating. May they3 livE ai lng,
hadppy and 1poros life is th11e
desire of - . it.
Beant the ,,The KimiYuavoAMways Bought
The Opportunity of
The Secret of our Success
is that we are daily watching for bargains that ve
can give the people at prices that they appreciate.
Now wve have it. for, yoi..
, on in a Southern city we bought a complete
anid up-to-date stock-, of banikrupt goods at about onie
1 half the manufacturers cost and we.have decided that
our customers shall have the benefit of this purchase,
S aid they go on sale at about orehalf their actual
value.. Ihis is no old out of (late stufi, but brand new
goods, bought for the springv trade for a city of about
50,000 inhabitants, and the style and quality of these
gouds is perfect. The goods are now on sale
and will last until they are all sold. We
haven't space to quote many prices but only give you
an idea of the (rat vaIlues Of this Sale. Get ready
and take advantage of this sale, for they won't last long.
Superb line. oE ShirNS
This is oAe of the prettiest line of Shirts in the
state!, ad for- stl and fit they can't be beat. T ey
are th output Of the leadin factories of the United
States and to move them2) quick wer have put the price oi
$a-50 Shir ts for ......................... S i .'o o
$ i.oo Shirts for .......--.----------.---.--- 75
75 Shirts fo ........................ - 50
50 Shirts for ...........................--- 38 1r
The Lesson of High Point. EASKOK
Alb Iiet P ionis tIs a very intere..(t- Cie,
gil itory in) the lis in br. of tie
altimore M janniu net uis' Recoid t i
bout the mar11l'vi loui developm eni t of of the1
he( town of H-igTh Poinit., Noih Eptm fAtonysuo.m n ohe tw(%i
na Ten years ot it was one of
Mad Befoire hists inp thawth
'hce-tt t the futitt;c-uh ti lh N etIi eui ii' wi hol C','a 0 ry.d week
honly it iking m, a b1lbin
ctory an a tobbi ecI iidto t .t
(un. Today two fnit s tttirne mo
feories aking;10 thver 11)0 at boose- te Iests ihd h o =jlO
holddand ocfureiu of exhche ot lohmii ~~ptiinfr rto
i fncyI I d tig and htighof e(stI,i at, ilaIItts
Nppngjheir pltro hn- e h>:i j far. jof t a n vr (eor iel
IVe f;.ntut be. iBes ilo h e filtr c tt io. te (t.il3 o h lc o~agt
a~Se 1)3 theboar of anoflyhe
'Ecpi ~~i lit (tleih tme of1( Atte' Argmen tcoa1 be twem3
ligt P~it, S tili)i0( wt h Made's Beiorett ' ulie oA t itz
ittil. It rodwiys110 piV~l it ientoehlay . 'ore Che,"e
.udnst cfun nact fIu0s~Ithe Popetinji No( whelryd the Welatr
na epeiJ3Wvo"hu ei rc F dt'l.,.is alleget byl tbe regar
ii t, 1Ii~h Poit, an tl''' ir ~ a t.t d. P. Cat e y a~j bul d . i ains
RolOj f adoep~vt Oit~t~a~anmn d tl to tiek.n bar, -sili maytl
hutwooId e ilttctie U 11d3'f2.nill a he i on t bionr~l tf an.. a dT
aged it he nF v.i' f tu of aim be
tdnin iit ur uh kin,I and1( six .en it~
thr id sra lns a it~ 'Io
ma lot t oefo ab out , aveot.o le'iteIi~ il ~a ort
p1 t o t e pace "- ews 111(1 iti oydpi EI" n w''itnl' 'ake thf a posiPtion c Wrn
to' eiloseii te fdisnir and~f itha (eit
l~t'. --. - ''t rsu n ove havet been lo setd untt.ai
(llar~l (orActon.diss',e the ircd rnced surroundingh
\es was legu at ll 'h P ihn t of t.il so 01 n h o as re a troid Nl.gh 1
(reony 3w f urn it d facorie ionyisator'ny W. 'c o y d Eva'nsilme h -se t
yrt' Carit na; now lthee aito a't lie s utamo g t O reaons~t ftil I ed t fol
hundredthi f oren of whiclh ar e o lowing ]'in0( th petito for wrtdeitlo
aged sn the uminglit of h ars at nows iet fetIhtinhredti olpg
v'eti'f ur i t he n k'i<te an ni to f' ur l ' he counW mit, tty s p r iso antethier o r h k
nStatoysofite, Montd Airy liwi Allediby ototlkn e foiurate t ofthe
bre'kcSh Drt ro(>25oro, AshboroJ; rio 0e
D T UT NO
i life-tine-the greatest sah
In the lot there are about 300 pairs of Pants of all kinds, stouts,
slims and regulars, aid they won't last long at the price.
$6.oo Pants at only $4.00.
5-00 Pants at only 3-50
4.00 Pants at only 2.98.
3.50 Pants at only 2.50.
2.oo Pants at only 1.50.
1.50 Pants at only i.oo.
1.25 Pants at only 90.
i.oo Pants at only 78. -
Y u will mies ii lbrgain if you fail to get a pair of thean pants.
Big lot of Collars worth i 5c to go at i oc or 3 for 25c.
25c Socks for 15c. 15c Socks for loc.
35c and Soc Socks for 25c.
Nice line of 50c ties to go at 25c and 38c.
Silk string ties 15c, or 2 for 25c.
25c all Linen Handkerchiefs only 15c.
1oc Handkerchiefs only 5c.
ci Handkerchiefs only 3c.
In this FalOe we have about fifteen hundred pairs of men's and
ladies' Shoes and Oxfurds, ranging in price from $1 00 to $5.00
per pijr. These shoes are made by the leading manufacturers of
the United StIte, aid the sizes and styles are perfect.
$4.5o and $5.00 Shoes at $3.50.
3.50 and 4.00 Shoes at 2.85.
3.00 and 3-50 Shoes at 2.00.
3-5o an~d 4.oo Oxfords 2.50.
1-75 Shoes at $1.25
1.50 Shoes at 1.oo.
1.oo Shoes at 75.
...-LEADERS IN LOW PRICES-....
Farmers' Institutes. Statement of the condition of the
rmon College is now arrang- a
ans to hold Farmers' Inrsti.
this summor in the counties Liberty, S. C
Stato during the period be. At the close of busincs( June 3o, 100
July 19th and August 5th . RESOURCIrs,
ns who may desire an Insti. -1 - -........ ........... ..........99x)
litikIig limm~ id lot .... ............ 1,.1513
eld In th r c(mmuity a r ltur and ixturets............... w%4;
eld IIIdic-ir e-mmmuiy aro verciuafts... ....... ............... W
d t .~s ar app ju 1ion to 'ash tund due from bankes........... . 11,m71
d to snd an pplication to ..........74
resident of the Collge not
thian .11une 25th. Suiggestions LunuIIT rrs.
.1inig thle agriculItu ral ques- i1iilsok...........
inl which t he commiunity iiI d'iIrit...........
II)o tiero'.t(d ai C also inviteo.. IVI~t~................',$
3I is t iI'III- at. Clemrson College
egi AuguI4st th and con tin- tl'~ ~r i Srlia Suit fPces
r 01n1 wIokf. The railway 'uk I)lti(iswatattebo ut
no y ae arr : good to koldeiii )I~ *SIUECsi
.ies olf one fa re plus 25cts wuitbfreichiSOl(lyor.]
1 on tri . si.guishedL.u~A'rN N
ors willIaddre~ss the farmers ''j4'
npor~tantI topies durring the
.Doletreo t~o the Farmers' Fmu ri am fTxs
Alte at thre College wvill please AkuuuLusaa n h u
iat the lial. railway agent Suh~etrahdb h it
des himsrl f with I educed Jit.YocaPrhaeV
ts mI amle imo. ceprnl1ti hm ekr
1'. . d, Prs. 'ntsvi le anofta .....i.... a , An
a' t 1wEmmm loeor i rghCayhes anheat-ks.... Ov3.1ypo
sta Ltver' Tonlth CarolightlyCoo ntyI.offPickphi:
d Il!!.''. shirley, enlhier of aboveynahl
iCIOVI t.iii tiedlaz, suggs bA.k, fo tkem t twear ta the aboem st
m'eintTbet r gr'ircdt istre, L n. ore. Smi thev bst. of
knowtledge iti al Lve' ndUi'belief tan..Ga
1110 stirill, (501.jc.'Csi(lR(IlYAcasthie
1 tblts peaan ii'ol' ~ sworinl. 100 b efoeWe hA lth (laO. l
Cheap Rates amtsorut Frm o Texas, iti''iI1115(iii'iCreste
15115 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ rana, Louisiinadtieouh(5lf'ai'iy aar bng cneGr
Blt romnt. Yul caa pureev
P.chs tiMlc re.kets at Atlantatkeitenaly aBirmg irham, Ann)
eedtat"a tnosi caued byetto fth ies,(idgvn iej
n-V It the1( Em 1in Dolor is nristi Itsrnt ~ ~lidn i h o
lo'ive Talet cotat rightly bo ol.''r porooshv
d Mirte Kilhlfithsi ibs crativ rtheysat
theyhat has nuInunlirydbDolaa'stforuteu
topi alivor op cones anyd bowftes. aetia tfil oCI. 1f
ofnseipati, and arier dois ordlrs,o ~t&
1 aes , pleasantallin'ugglet.. Reliable.
teae tnou mede arran eetsur s artr et
ofneyoi l"youfarennare notstire wiph
Sm .h, Tay. 'as Aget. tosnso Moiniomer andft cain gret
huriableBldg, Ataata G~r lviketsOV tbe fialietrimt of.os
Wes of M~ephi se. fCa
Int y01r hoo Alen' 1~ot',,o A r 1)~~fto Like aored ad b Mimph
t Cr esCorrellr~ron, ainulSiand feTh ot o saelt.icesDrg
plasdoo ean haehen sftoeatt
--i -rabgeltoscure inoall il'le'agorrandSthat
ChapRae t Txs atrr.I~ll atrr cr i te
r BR OKE..
Pickens ever knew.
In order to make this sale interesting for the
ladies we are offering some special bargains in
White Goods, Silks and Millinery.
All 7 ,-2c White Goods to go at 5c.
All ioc White Goods to go at 7 1-2c.
All 16 2-3c White Goods to go at 12 1-2C.
One lot 16 1-2C, 20C, 25c and 35c White Goods to
go at 15c.
One lot 35c Champ. col. to go at 25c.
Piio Crepe, all shades, 25c and 35c, to go at 19c.
Big drive in all wool Batiste, only a few colors
grey, tan, old rose-from 65c to 35c.
We haven't space to (uote more prices, but the
scalping knife has cut deep.
Millinery Goods Cit in Half.
This is one ol the biggest millinery seasons that
we have ever had, and we feel very grateful for your
patronage in this department. As we have closed our
eyes to profit we give you the remnant stock at your
own -price. We appreciate your business, cash or
credit, and will spare no pains to please you.
A Ayer's Pills. Ayeis Pills.
S Ayer's Pills. Keep sayingI
this over and over again.
A ~y er i s The best laxative I:M%A:0;
Want your moustache or beard BUCKINGHAM'S DYE
a beautiful brown or rich black? Use un On. or nOR.p.E.bu..Wam.
'IT!of d re o r,*s i .
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iynyd of thelbtton and a shape of
thre eait nce o t wholiler o
suc aktifes torn rains moingt
of a clothmes lthe r ight erenceh
Sen assBaos.OCo.uwhde than shis, thne becase anod
ine loths Maers.tr's none eters and ou coulds gmo
noone. mvom ing havfa the bunesys and tshape of us
nthe mopel heiae covrythng ptoernwit
te ineo u ut n o Co a$ra., ofr ai cat, while
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