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The People's Journal.
Local and Personal. OVO
--xcus0 our lort comii)gs this n0
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-You can buv goods choap at the
Fre'gimn's nJow. soil
-Born un to NI r. ald i s. lRoss .tit
Mot n1 on t 1 10th inlst., aI daughter.
-Treasurer Youigblood was con- Pa<
flind to - his4 roomi laist, woeek with for
the grippe. )
-Dr. \W. V. Aus.i'i w ill .e in el
Liberty We-.l 0)' and Central i
-h. C. Craig, of Senevc, a. proi' i* cceI
llelt moerchant thiert, was er e
a Visit llst, week.
-Our list of subsci'rs is inl
creasing overy day, but, we &till ia,
haVe rooI for more. 'riv
-J. N. Jameson, of I'asley, is a
Champion hog raiser. lie ied one 'i
oil tho 2d inist that iec ted <'50. 1x5t
-Whenl you coo10 ti 'ickenS sh ii
don't fail to see le bef'ore YOU luy%
ydur goods. J. B. IR FrUeinii. her
-Note c hange in tih advertiso- t lie
ment of Craig liro8., in Ill iss ue11.
It Will interest you and you shuil(i
..---J. E. Boggs, El i , wt to Co- C.
lumbia last vee-'k to act as Seijetor 10g
ip the Su premtile court in obe tor b
Ansel's stead .
-Read 'the chaig'' inl theV adver- r
tisomient of Blt & 1 hornl.y, the
drug mon, in this issue. It will bo I 1iSt
to your interest. I [o
merly a . citiz.m! If th:s count.y, m
comuuitted suicido by huingin im, - ij ,
self during the Christmas holidays- aml
-Married, on the I m1,1 1-., at it
the home of the ulficiatinig m'iisler S't(
Rev. John T. Lewis, Mr. Thoimas Cl
Edens to MI iss Maria Alexander. W.
All of this county. Ip..
--Married, on the 7h inst., at --
the residenceo of Niles Gitaveley, No
Mr. Tyler HIolder to Mtisi Na n cy I
Turnr. All of t his county. A. -
L. Edens, Magistratf oliciated.
-Tho last of the Air Lino rail- '
road bonds are paidt oil' ani are
now in the Treasurer's safto :ant(
the county still prospersl. The tax
levy next year will only Le fi'Ltin
-Thie meclihfnical prt of TH Ei i
JOURNAL has been nmov'l acr'oss
tihe street fir".1m tht! old ollic-1 and i
the editor's office is in C, E. lob.
hi.son's law ollice. Ca11ll ii and see ,
us and tol aus il the n0ws yOu
know. .We ar.> always very glad
to see y ou.
in the service c,! ih 1'.m! su Ste
has rotired to (Udh':1i intr
Phil ippi nes. Il is a ,y tr:idn
gladly wolevi nw him bjck. :1.ch
Miss Sallio WV1 iame: 'If )monef', are1:
ashIi i L. i K eller th . i'ablie taliot, i
room, dlwelling at:i u lingj ro10 In,
all iin one3 l
M.r. Healer, ofi AtI.bolia, is vit- 'l
ing huis father- ii law, (Xol. Ji. S. cau
Newman, of (C.>mso'n.
Prof . J5. 1I. M. . aty, diretort0 U'
of thme Textile wh>lu a ('lem soni.
has had instlaJled a twe'mv-horsei day
power Joile to ) beat the TextIilem~ na
building and furini -h ho't wa)ter' for.
mixing the dyes, which' is quilite ani -i
Mr's. H-. D. Rochesler, of' Walu-,p
hallas, has (oene'd ai b)oard(ing
hous~e in them Doyle building. iWhien
you are ini Calhboun stip with her.
Your corriei-ponmdenut is in vi ted to II
the Golden Wedd inmg of' Mr . and
Mrs 4aron Boggs this wek. Wiltl Ep
writs yolg tlie partic ublirs of same J
There is some tlik downvi hero of fon
A, John Boggs bing a) cinite tcas)5
this time for Cieirk of Court. Plieaso lice
call on mue tor thie lini cup, I willI der
hae t ready. SAl
JKugene Low is, of (Conmtral, ac- durii
comnpaniedl by Rloht. B. Coichirani, fol
treated us to somei. nico iuulsie lastwi
Tuesdauy niight. Coum~eo gin boys
The311101( m cadeized roat(I, leo ding tha
from Calioun iito Cie rs. n is aul- ~
;flost, completed andt I havo often
rea4} of hue roads1. but whenyoui and!
see and rid.,o over this Soine you wil ,l
know tihe rest . I Ic
Janiary 15t h I1000. e
All per's o5 owVing the fir'm of coi
Freemani & H endricik s, wil Iploaso dIi.
come) forwar an ld ma Ie 11'etib-men t smI
as I~ th i t1s dissolved l.Arit . \\'
Fin.:.::.1 & ni:xion s. i.
Dlsoinutio I of (,.: i'i- I-Ioip. -1
Th'im fh.-m ''f il.:--'Iman~ &~I I..l-idicks q'r'
Ii li.'reby ii sol by muul ial co ,- ii
snt, Ni ir. I'dK< li -d ahvh '' s hi his b i
initeres't ti J. 1. U. 1-'r'Ilm ni. 5(es
Jan. 8, 190(0. Hi i
Guardita ougee :
'io year 1899 is a thing of the
t and with its eiding each and
ry one of us is ono inore year
ror that eternal resting place
grave. Let us pray fur a gen
I amnesty and after we are fo.
,ial that we have received it,
us inake n10w vows and stick to
in. Always be employed at
othing, if it is nothing more
ii rading a iewspaper. "A)
brain is the devil's work shop."
Iess. . R. Cinld and -JamA
kaiton, if Lockhart, visited the
ners parents last week.
Ir. and M rs. Wesley Childs, of
0er, havo beeni visiting at R. R.
Ohi .1 lall, jr., of Pendileton, vis
I tho family (f E. F. Taylor re
ly. Also, MAiss Belle Harris, a
tivat.iig young lady, of Pelzer,
t, d at. Mr . Tavlor's last week.
[esus'Dovo and Norime Taylor
e(. ien visitiig relatives iad
MdS at Peondleton.
. . Taylor has cast his lot.
aog! iho "Pet R1dg" deniigz6b W.
welcoimie him ila)mng us and
:III h im 'lh" "bru.-h feico" hand.
) ol welcome.
011hn SmIlitI: has bought all the
.1 that P. . Watson OWIed 01)
east sido of the Cat~oechee road.
Smntith has just completed a
J rusidolnco on his "home"
io have boon told that Prof. J.
Gariett - has bought out A. B.
in1s. Wo don't know this to
C are authorized to say that
Jacob K'iight, and Miss ENIa
us wore married on the 11th
at tHce residnce of S. V.
var11d, Rev. \V. G. Mauldin ofli
'your author, Alr. Editor, is it
I I wish to remind him that I
withiln one mi'O of Cateochee
if lie w'unted to know whether
1s m1an- iod or, not before he had
Splblished, I could have been
C" as l y foind. Also could Rev.
G. iaalin, who should havo
ormel the ceremony as ho said.
J. Alonzo 1rown.
tico of Final Settlement.
Aill a I I y % o J. IB. Newbery, l'robale
ft, frl h-ant to iaie : Finial Setlle
tof Ilh . st ite of J, C.1 Freeimian, on
t f r-natary, 1901', tand a-k to
i am s a Adm'niistriatir.
W. It. Fremn,
2 g *j. Adii-t-r-wcr.
ot -We of Final Settlement,
1i.i pii to .1. II. Newbery, Probate
I.forv lon i1111 mak M inad sen Itt.
t 1 i: m. Ward, W. C. HilI-on, on
'ilh &-y oIf l'le1biirary 1111d ask to te
iz- ed :s . uar(ldiaam.
L A .1%i.<o,
a1, 19 -1.1 .n
Shito of South Carolina,
County of Pickens.
J. B. Newbery, Esquir-a, Probate
hereas, J. P. Attaway miade
to-mie, to grant him Le'tters of
abiit ration of the Estate of
etfects of A. Mc~'wain Atta
he.-o aire Therefore t> cite and
'anaish allI and singular the kin
i ;u-d Creditors of tihe said A.
wain Attaway, decoased, that
be and. appear before me, in)
Court or Probate, to be held at
Wua, Co~urt Ihouse, S. C., on the
dauy of lFebruary 1900, next,
r publhIicaition3 hereof, at 11
ak ini thei. forenoon, to show
a. is any t hey have, why tihe
.\dmmistration should not bie
ofI Jan ) uary 1900, in the 124th
' ofi our( Juopondenco.
--J. 11, Newbery,
l1 w2 J. P. P. C,
State of south Carolina,
County of Pickens.f
In CJommaon Pleas.
BI. hIIndricks, '
iriam~ Gil't.rap, (
a. J lent]ricksJ
pulrsyncoe~ of at jufigment of
closuire ama do in tihe abiove stated
andi~ oin ill) in1 the3 Clerk's of
I w ill sell to the highest bid
ait Pmi~keaas, court house on
ESD)A Y .tN E RJA JRY 1900
ing the0 legail hlours for sale the
owimng dlescr'ibodl real estatVo, to
4. All thle unsdivided one
d initerest of the plaintiff in all
3iCCo, parcel or planltation ofi
I in thle cotty andi State afore'
l, ona b~'rnlOs of Pot1 or's Croek
hlaiwk's Creek, wq~tors of Salu
-i ver', aidjoimni tg land(le of 0. T1.
1(dricks, J1. 5. Willjims and oth
conatoinag so)ven huniidret and
ty-(tlvoj (735) acosE' m~oyO 01'
1. Aliso t hat other piece, par
or traict of land~ bomng one0 un -
ided (oni tir id interest), in said
to andt count~y aidjoing lanuds of
i. M. .Jones, Cairolino M. Jones8
I ot heris constaimi ng 0onei hundrled
fi fly-three $158) acres. more
'erm" one-half 0n1), balaince on
lit of twvolve mronthis with in
st from dayt~ of salo secured hb'
41lUand ai mor'tgage of the pr'emi
N'oas r ay for papera anid
mys. Torm mst be complied
baii one hour,
J. M, STEWART,
____ C. U' P'. 0,
DaII For It. Buy I0,.
COouiIty AlI6d I to' Noice.
Tie Auditor cr li< flopuv wv;ll bw :t
the followili, plteesfor Ih-.- Intr1pose or,
ttkitig talx rettnimi for thIe -c-.ul vvtu
Six Mlile, Tnollsda yA. .n -- 91i IM .
Callionnl, Wednevsda: . J .I ay v ill)b,
Centra, Thuv-day : in I Fri:ty, .
nar l ith an 1:i b.
C'altechee, S:Itlad:y..l on y 1: h
ILiberly, Yo:11 ln y ..11d no ny,.~i
1ry 15th ani h.ll
Itaslev,, Wein:Iy 111. 'Ill Th., inY, .an
inary 1711h anda .s i.
Freeml:1i's Store, Frlty., -11 l
L oficer's Shop Satin - !, .a n: -
itighe's Store. 1 l wI 11: -
l1t11m1 pkit in t . I l
Holly SiningL. Wdv
Ell tauIe . 'I'l l .: V
boa e o Grs , w i -'.i41 . . -
w oIAfte whchM-( el
en e ,Ip bni it I-e. :
btoke will be ee
)tln w ~ill e eh ir:- -I I e i
filr non1-retern,-i i
lIx 11111plit i n n I - n
All innlt person u,
.1 l i (.0 vv:il!s. , Nt - -.
SAltliers %%ho4 wil !I.l I.- 1, .30
Years of age.) .ore :i.Ih - ale
exelinj)t bv lw. .
firl 111or lier tIn esvS bZ.., /..,
Sto Ilo. N T
A4 - n
on their F>
If you WC pArn
fourth to hI a tea
in baby's bo' u
times a day yc, 'w t ca e
a marked improve.e. Ee
larger children, frtm o af
a teaspoonful, c
if you ~oso ~ ,...'
soon show A
tmilk does 1
baby, she needs
slon. it wo se e
at once bothm~
Soc. r~nd 2 c
SCOTT & WO.- .
OW 02 Tt ' end Harsh."
. t d- iptiot fit 4 thou
sand(:, of . ' :-. y ae eo.ZA des.
11, vo :; -;a lutrdet.' to
th m- f:miii~-.. 'ri ir
:-, tIl y, like
- "t tune. But
thw ,-, y'; ,~ ). T 4. e1 %:Z!. it1.;v
*tit . Ca2dui
1! ben il to the womanly1I~
I tere mean s
1('r li ne:, Vrtrength,
or l tul p2Jwer.
- ttered. It is
I-.>l to perfect
. a d a I t
- '.'nx:, DMedi
c ,, * . c.,
a - - - ui :t home
................ y..J cured
e , . C .
f . C . ( n c y at Re..
' n - themI be'(for
1 'C;etty Jac".
( H I 3 .11.8,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Large drove just in from
Tennessee, fine, young, sound
and at living prices.
We dety competition in our
Inspection of stock solicit.
Stables and Storehouse
G(RE ENVILLE, S. C.
Ask For Trading Sta.
Ichiistcr & Boattie.
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS,
Every Department now Refihlle
With Choloe New Material.
IN DRESS SOON4,
SIsKS Afh TRWIMNS$8
T1he asso~tment would do credit
to some of the big oity stores
Theoy have all grades fromu the
chieapest to the Y'ry fi#est makes.
They have trimm logs of. all de
soriptions to maltch all absades of
IN WHITE AND WASHJ GOODS
The assortment was never more
cornpjlete. All grade* of white and
colored Organdles, I awns, Mushins,
Piques, Swisse., D~uoks, French~
Ginghams, Percales, Calioeos,
etc , oe.
THIhIUI LINE OF LACES AND
Is the largest ever displayed in
this part of the globo,
In all leading maked--long mie
dium~ and short cuts, From 60
cents to $2,00
PA RASOLS AND SUN SH ADES
in all the new up to date ideas.
You wvill find themn in black, white
THEIR CARPET, MATTING,
RUG, Shade and Curtaini Depart
ment is the largest in this part of
the country and their prices are
guaranteed lower than you will find
in A tlanta or Charleston.
They keep ~Rutterick Patterns
only reliable pattern, Ask for
Ihutterick Fashion Sheet and Yark
Stick, and Trading Stamaps--they
prCeent them to their oustomeors.
gw ,1nst opened Ready Made
Shirt WVaists and Skirts,
Don't start the New Yeat, 10
account with the old, If you do,
it, neither will the man you owe.
Try to get in the habit of
at least once a year and you will
run much smoother.
Thanking you for the liber
the past aml wvishing one and all
perous year, we are
Dealors in General Moi
Our sales aro larger than ever, and (
Iople have learlil whore they can bi
Best Goods for the Loast Monoy. A por
All who are not. satisfied that T am t
hing inl the Drug Lme, will only call
A lot of Christimas G(oods, &c., for th
me when in town whethor you buy or no
Dr. r. NV
gWP. S: All partios indebted to
years, are respc i-fully requested to come
all, and enable n to indulgo you again f
H E RI I A Mli
BIDDINC FOR PICKI
Many of the good people of Pickens
preciato their trade and love to wait on thI
they have stuck to me they iust beliov<
right; that my goo(s aro the right goods
Vithout making any big claim, I think I
pared to givo my customers botter goods
My Dress Gools Sectibn is full of
Black Goods, Colored Goods, Mixed Good
Fine Goods and Cheap Gocds.
I pride myself on keeping the best J
sold at the prico. I begin my price on<
nol at 10c. The best 25c Jeans in the St
Underwear-The kind that kee
shirts andi~ drawors for men, women and
women and children. 33 pairs heavy ha
goods hose, 25c; hose at 5c.
On Blnes o a try the
quality and price conibined, I will sell y
Now for my pet-the article that
the I est from A. K. PAIRK
iis the kind
$4for. I do
ShOES:villo fo' $1.25
it does not pay mno to soll a man'
won't pay you to buy ono for loss.
Anything y'ou want in w.omeon and
it hore. The shoes I soll you are comf<
pair failing to come up to guarantee an<
refunded choorfully. I amt ho for hom
Some Great barg
A largo Now Y\ork Olo:ak House has
out for thoem. P'rices 95c, 1.00, 1.25 and
worth from 50c to 1.01) each more than v~
-Jeanis, lF'lnn els and Blankots
Our 123, 15, 19 andii 22e Jeans are
price by any dlealer in the Piedmont sect
Other miarchiants are trying to buy s
Flannel. TVhey cannot (10 t. I keep Lh
.Just think of a full siz.e, heavy blani
and 1 .00 buys a 1111N IE p'air of blankets g
Se~ondi large new stock of Underwon~
Notions just received. l leavy grey or wlt
each . Beautiful, line fleecod undershirt
Good eroughi for any on)e. Ihandsome ar'
stitched handkorchnief at 5 and 10c. 20
at 5c each. 10 dozen silk iniitial hiandlreri
for the price over shoew n in( Greenvilla.
Nearly every one solls shoes, bult Ou
wondlerfully. We are selling three times
fall. People say they get goodl shoes hor<
lot of womeni shoes, made expressly fori
A baing up good dlongola shoe, in lac'
heel, at 1.00 a pair. A fine dongola at 1,
lace, also in cloth telp. T1hid'shoe is wo
Course every-dayt shoes, All Bolid Loi
pair. Surely good honest goods.
Ask to see the "Mountain King," a
shoe for moni at 2.00. The best shoe, yoi
WVe also showv as fine line of ladies ii
in Greenville. Come direct to this stoi
warm fire for you to sit by. You are we
home when in Greenville.
No Gooda i agede
Qorner Main & Ooffoe Stroeet.
00 and leave an unpaid
(ou won't feel right about
ING UP "
find that everything will
%I patronage given us in
a very happy and pros
'ickens, South Carolina.
ily increasing, is becau4j the
y the Most, the Cheapest and
ny to them saved is a penny
10 Leader in Prices in overy
and mako a purchase and be
a children. Bring them to soo
Pickens, S, C.
me for the last two or three
and pay me a " Little Bit * or
>r another year.
trade with me now. We ap
em, and judging from the wan
that they have been treated
and that my prices are right
Dan justly say that I am pro
for the money than they will
everything any lady wants-..
s, Fancy Goods, Plain Goodh,
eans andl Flannels that can be
leans at 10 cents. Rled Flan
pa you warnm. Heavy fleeced
children. Ihosiery for mnem,
lf hose for 25c; 8 pairs heaQ~
*nwn ove, and if yont cnider
ou your blankets and quilts.
Ill my customers say they got
a mani's shoe for over $8, bit
others charge you $3.50 and
naot sell a man's shoe less thani
shoe is sold right here in Green.
i shoe for less than $1.00. It
children's shoes; you can find
~rtable, durable, reliable, An7
ther pair given or your money
Greenville, 8. C.
mins For the
just sent us 850 capes to close
150. Theso capes are really
o ask for them.
~t last year's prices.
not matched in quality and
me of my 12&c, all wool, Rod
is bargain for my customers.
:et, white or grey, at 50c; 75
and 1.50 buys a pair that will
.Socks, Handkerchiefs and
ite shirts and drawers 25c.
3 and drawers at 50c. each.
d fino embroidered aid hem
dozen initial bandkerchieofs
:hiefs at 25c each. Bestithing
r Shoe Trade has increased
as many shoes as we did last
i. I have just received a big
no at Lynn, Mass.
> or button, head and spring
25, heel or spring, button or
rth 1.50 of anyones money.
rther, 715, 85, 1.00 and 1.25 a
high top, oil grain, D. B. & T.,
, I or anyone ever saw for the
nd mons fine shoes as anyone
'e. We always have a good
com'e to make this store your
Greenvillle . A C