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The People's Journal
-All kinds of business seems to hav new life. -Read all our advertisements. Don miss one. -Seh notice "wanted a Teacher," I Aher coliin. -The Board of Coinmsioners met in r< ar session Tuesday. -Cotton is beghining to come and bus ..Iss is giving evidences of new life. - -Now's the time to advertise. Tim Jot N I. columns will give you value receive( -Mrs. J. F. Bannister, of Catecelte who has been very sick with fever, is cor valescing. -low do you like the appearanec of thi JoURNAL, this week? Chock full of gooi things, 'aint it? -Two new rural mall delivery routei started frvoim Liberty on the 1st inst. Verily t!ncle San "do" progress. --Will Sanders and Dora Arial were halp pily married on the 29th ilt., Rev. 0. T Miller officating. All colored. --he Methodist church at Pickens wil soon be an ornaineit to the town. Con tractor McCollum is pushing improvenien ats rapidly as possible. -Mountain schooners, loaded with cab bage, apples potatoes, &c., appear to be il their zenith, judging from the number see on our streets these (lays. -Miss T1irzah Hughes is now in charg of the inillincry department at the Hij SLore, where sie will be pleased to see he friends and attend to callers. -J. F. Crane,at Liberty last week, lost valuable horse by its getting impaled on I picket fence which it endeavored to jumi while in a frolicsome mood. -A well eq(uipped gymnasium, undo proper supervisioi. would be a valuable ac (jiisition for Pickens. Wio will take tM4 initiative for such an institution? -Leo Cooper, the flive-year old son o Stephen Cooner, living on E. Smith Grif 1in1's place, died Saturdiay, September 28th and wias buried Sunday at Porter's Chapel - The Liberty Township Sinming Assa ciation will meet with Riiliiiaal churcl on Sunday, October 13th. Everybody L hivited to come tand bring song books an well-lilled baskets. -Tle annual meeting of the Old Ston Church and Cemetery Association will b lield at the church on Friday, October 4th, This will be a gathering of interest t< m a ny. -Read the advertisements that appea in this paper. lisiness ien Who take th( Iro)uble and go to the expentse of adver tising lhive something worth conisidlering 1( say to the-ir customets. -Observers say that the corn crop o0 ie Crow Creek bottomts will be aboti two irds. In other sections where the crop ave been well cultivated eqally as gooi r'Ops will be gathered. -Mrs. --- Sloan who, until recently esided in this county near Nine Tines .nd lately moved to Oconec, died last Sun lay and was buried Mo:day, September 10th. She had suffered from cancer. -MILLINERY OPEN1NU. I wil exhiit my millinery and notions on Oct 3d and -ith. You are invited to attend Very R1espoetfully, Liberty, S. C. irs. M. J. Chapman. -Married, on Monday, September 30th 1901, in the city of Greenville, S. C., 1 the Methodist parsonage by the pastor 0 that church, at high noon, Mr. litigh Kev nun to Miss MamiC Parsons, of Liberty Miss Parsons is a datighter of our towns man and coroner. B. F. Parsons. -Mrs. J. B. I. Freeman has accepted position in the dry goods department c tIhe Big Store. Tlo say that the mnagt met(nt were wise in the selection of Mn Freeman is putting it extremely mild. Sh is the personihication of business. -Mrs. Th'los. Stewart died at herhome i the inortliwestern part of the county (Cro' Creek section) on the 22d ult.., after a shot illntes, and was buried the following day a Shady Grove church. Shte leaves survis ng her husband and four children, amion them an infant about a week 0o(1. -if you recad the signs of the Whit Marble Yards d1isplayed along the publi roads throuighout the county, you ma: kanow they point you to reliable mn wvh will do their work according to specifiec' tions and give satisfaction. If you wan a tomnbston'e or marble fIttings of any kdid write to them for prices. --The many friends of Solicitor Juliu E. Ilaggs, who has beenCa confined at thi G reen vil le Sanitarium for several weeks b( cause of an operation, wvill be pleased t learn that hie has recovered suflleiently t return to his home in Pickens. lie w: neoaied'll~ti~ lby Mrs. Roggs, who has bee at his bedside ever since lhe w~as taken il *-Skelton & Smith, Liuerty, have adde to their general stock of merchandise a fu and1( complete line of furniture, inclndin collins, caskets and1( everythmng appert ai ing to an underaker's establishment. Thel now earry every'thinlg needed in the gr< rery line andlin fact have everything usuall kept in an up1-to-date store. Tlhey wi soon occupy their new brick storo ini add( tion to their present store room adjoining -Services at the Thapt ist church at th place under the active work of Rev. 0. Copeland, of Anderson, assisted by tI pislor, 11ev. A. .J. S. Thomas, closed la: Sunday night after a week of continuoti preachningr night anid morning. Much hi tecrest was manifested from the openin service, the church built up and1( the caus of Christ advanced. Mr. Copeland is at carnegt; tireless preacher, young but zea outs and thoroughly consecrated to ti1 greatt calling. --Mrs. Rlutha Ann Stephens, wvife of I I). Btephtens, (lied at lher home, Rledmomn three miles west of Piecens, on the 26t of September, after a lingerina: illness, the age of 52 years, and was buried tiI lollowig (lay at Secona cemetery, the f'i nerid services being condluctedi by Rev. M. Stewart, assistedl by Rev. B1. E. Grai dy. She had been, for 28 years, a consi tent member of Concordl Bapti1st clhuirci and1( at her dleath had reached the fulness < chrnistaina woman hood, pUrilfled all strengt-henedh through long andl trying sui fering. She leaves suirviving her husbar andc nine children to mourn her cleati Mr's. Stephens was a duntifnti wife atid devoted mother whose taking off Is a so1 ailict ion to lovedi ones and a host< friendls. -T1he meetings at the Baptist Chur< last wveck, condutctedl by R1ev. 0. JT. Coli land, assisted by the puator', Rev. A. J.| Thats, were, wvithout doubt, the mosti tciestilng and attracted the largest atten anice throughout that were ever held In Pickens church. Rev: Copeland kept lI hearers rivited on his remarks from biegi ming to end, andl (lid great good to tihe e tire community. At both ier'vlces lai Sunday the church was filled overflowing and theo most rapt attenti< prevalled. Th'ie very liberal and cheerful tendceredl contribution at the Sunday mor' lag service for the benefit of Mr. 001p hand, was evidence sufficient of tihe wari aind cstecm our peopleld for him for I Kealous anid exalted wdrk during the wee Mr, Copeland can rest assured that the wIll alwvays be an~ ardent welcome for hI in Picokensa by all. TXhe ordiaance of ba t.Ism will be adminieseredI by the pastor th1 Cheh, Rey. Thomas, to nIno ne tiouvets on tihe talrd Sungay in tIs mion at 'la cnt .. oct o. as. AMONG OUR AlDVEll(T18EIsU. -Mcall, as usual, has on hand a coim. plete lhue of useful things. Read his new I advertisement, this week. 'j -J. ). Moore, the West End merchan, , Wants YOU to stop in and see his stock of C goods. Drop in on him. ---Folger & 'I'hornley are progressive merchants who watlt 3You to collie iid see them. They will show you throughi a full l. line of choice goods. -Anderson Babb offers his services to i- the public as contractor anl builder. Read . Ills caid in another colimn. t- -The treasurer's books open onl the 15th fi l. Inst., and will remilain openI fromt that time c until Dec. 31st. Read notice iln aiother r( -A. 0'. \Vatt, of H'asley, -wants you t-' drop il on himl); le knows hiow to please c his customers by choice goods and prompt service. See his store. -Mahon & Arnold speak to you this e week through their supplement. lRend it 4 and when yout nre in Greeiville call on t them. They are up-to-date inl all their bus inless. - AK. Park, Gn reenville, tells you this li week till about the arr kival of liew g oods at his store. Mr. Park is a p ('rlssive mer- a chant and it wilIl be to your in tel--st to call i on him in the West EIlnd- i -The Mountain View I lot.l at Easley. CI is one of 'I'll 1 hotels of th t ip coin ivII'. y i Mrs. a the proprietor, has Iolig til beeni in the business, and the(, liberal pat- l rionage of the Iouse is evidenlee that she knows her buisims. -The Messrs. Curetont. of Easlev, have e a few tiimely wrds to wh'sper inl ylr ear Sthis week thIirough the colhunns1115 (f tlt! .Joir nal. TIhey arC capital youitg tmen and we 81 tidvise yoi to listen to their I remarks. You s will 1lt1d them elsewlere ill this issue. -- Mr. S. N. Wyatl, tit genial and up. to-date hotel keeper of Easley, has some thing of interest to say to our reatlers 11his Week. This hotel is one of tlie best ill this sectioln of the country anld whent in that f place (o not fail to call at tle Etsley otel. -W. I1. I'iekets. Easley, has one of w tle best appoinii ated s'ores in this part,'of he e icoiuntry. Stlove, tiniware, general house-,' holI articles aind jewelr arte an. part of his si ick. H e and his clerks will take* pleas- in Sure int showing you through his establish. w I mnent. -11. E. Grandy, Ile luttbther maker, lum. ber dealer, :nid contraietor vws tolo bisy 3 this veck to write out his I I vertisitie mit for this issue. It will appear in tie next. f11 I in the meantime, if you wint anythinlig in atl his line call ont hunii1. ie will be icinmi d at ,i tle ol stnd ner tile dept. il -lleth-iruc-Morow-ompnyPick ens. That progressive fIrmIl have at chanIlge in their aivertisemiet this w(. k. It will do you good to read it and wheln in Pick ens your wcket boiik will be glad if you -I (.ll it their store. They keep eveirItIi g s yot want and make some pries that will " I "jar" you. 11. 1). Mlauldin, of Stewart, Was in Pik- (L ens Tuesday. Wi Rev. I. M. Allen, of Central, was in S( town 3lontday. John 11. Bowen, 4,f Niorth G3reenvi lle it county,was here a few hours lasthursdiv t Mr. and M1rs. J. I. 11 or.au, of Gree-. ville, visited relatives in Piekcet - Sunday. Mis. Mary Boggs an.1 daugliter, of Els. U cy, were here with relatives and friends e alMonday. S Mr. John lloper and dauighiter. Miiss Mat tie, of iear Easley, -were in Pickens last Tulesday. t4 'lci us Earle left. Pi(kes last FrAy. Fr1. 11 Churleston where lie eitered the Chatrleston , f College of h'liarmiacy. .Claude 3Mauldii, son (if 11. D). Mantklini. a ,of Stewairt, left Tlutesdaiy for Spartanburg f to enter Woffioi Coille..I Mr. W. E. I )iekens. alter a week's stav a wvitit his famtnily at, thIis phlaec, has re- i t i[sses Ntrat and hia llendicks, oif Ta. t ble Mloutin, visi teid thle family of A. .J . - Boegs at Cadlhoun last week. I Matt hew I lenidricks, that st aiunchieitizent of the Table Mountatin sectiont of P'ickens ri e county, was s(een oii ourt streets Mondayti. t C pEAMLEY. Mi1s Lila Neal left Monda~ty for ai shiorl stay in Washinigton, D. C. W.\V A. Clyde, of Gr'eetnwotI), is visiting his dauighiter', Mrs. .J. II. 3Martin. Mliss Marion Piekens, if Buidine, is v-is luitng at, thle home of WV. II. Piekenis. 3 Misses Aniei Shtankli n and V iviani F"ol. U Set' return to Chiicora College this week'. Mrs. T1. K. I ludgenus, of fLaoureins, is a ~ a guest at thle homelit of het' father, .J. M[on. Sroe King. 'PThc graded school opieed Moniday~ mUorn-- .\ Sing, nearly a hiund re-I piupils pre(sentedi g Ithemselves fior enrollment. Th'le Se venth D ay AtdIvent ist s began thir h Caump mneetintg Fri lay even inig thle 27t h uIt. The meet inug is ui nder thle dir'ect h'tnl. er-shiip of Elder Johinstoni of thle Advent ist chiurch. II W. MI. Foilgeri tntu Miss Maggie' Ihill of . the bride's hiiime Smtuilay~ 2th inst. Mrt. 1l0o- v get' is well knotwnt it Ensly, being a son of \~ leslr Elison, coltorial tio k tooi much bot. wvent round toi imihie more ait thle adlvetisi .tent. hie result, wua, the two kindcs di e n iot m))ix well andu Wiill eniji y3ed lim tselfI so e hugely thait lie had to leave the ulsuatl teln in n the Malyor's Cour't Monday mnorniing. I- TIhie Piedmnont Uniont tmet with thle lHip. e tst chnurch of hEisley Satur day thle 8hI inist. lRey. Geo. M1. Itogers d~ livered thle openinug sermnon. Saiturthly at ternoon~u wa'ts spent in) tr'ansactin~g the business of the mieeti ng. Oin Sunday mo ingD. ailly, of Grieenville le nteseries of services which weie iheld. Some stroing Sundar' school talks ewere given 1by llev. H-. M1. Alleni iand Geo. M. 'l oers. At nouon Sunidiy the mteeting adjourned.'n A poundic patty at the hiomte of J. Montroe Kiit on hist Wedinesdayl evening was I le oUcasioni for quite a gatheinig of Fausley iyounig pteople. Gamtes aind mustie were in. I- dulged iiini untileuit tein o'clock, thleni lie (Igenital face of thle host for the evenminig ap. Itearued mt thle do'orway, timd all tiiuests were suntunoned to tie dinintg room where a veri. table I east of ice eriei ln, candies, fr-utt antd. ithler' delicacies was5 spreadt f or thir d'(elect taitionl. Thle spread bIin lg patatken of, the guests till ic aieimbledI ini the parilor-, antd h~ ptlayedi anid elimtted tint il the late hiour ill. C- pearied. All dleparuted fromu thte pleaset B. gathlern g leelintg thatt thle evening had been S-Ben 1. Itarsonis is ahea~d lon t unips stis year, -8ec notice "wan ted, a teachle," in an. tother column,( to -Ed Mcaniel is rnow hiolding; downi the n Cashier's end (if the ranilwaiy cash hues int the ly mammoth stoie of 11etath lliuceclorrow '~ Ii- Company,. Lt CROSS WELL NOTES, lIs Mr. T. 0. Spenoor visited bis dauigh k. tor, Mrs. Newton Ellison, last Sunday. rc Moss. Robt. B. Jones andi len Chil. m dress woi-o visitors at Spenoor last Stun Q day afternoon; they had a declighitful Theo wonther is flue for pickintg cotton L1 now'u, just cool enioglt for' us around Youthful and as beautiful asm the fairest lower, Kate lludgeis departed this life on 'bursday, the 20th ilt. The death angel gave no lengtiy warning f Ilis lpproaich. Simiitteni with congestion f the brum during the latter hours of Wed esday, skillful p hysicians andl home's >ved ones did all in their power to stay eath's approitch, but the fair young life *as doomed, Brothers and sisters from Istant places had liurried to her bedside opinig that the shadow might pass, human opes are so often doomed to disappoint ent, late ''hursday evening the fi'e of the itr young lady joined I"The nmumerable travan which moves to that mysterious 1 Friday, September 27th amid a large coll- d >urse of relatives and frieids of tihe de ased who had gathere d to pay tribute to er'11 memory, the lIev. I). Westoi fliioti, AS. sted by iRevs. V. W. Wiggins anld T. 11. r edd, paid the tribute of Christ's church 0 I earth to Christ's church in Ileaven, by itlly, yet eloquently, eulogizing the <le tied. R1ev. 1Miott truthful*'ly said, "This rge company of people speaks more elo et-ly lv thanl alny Imigue caIi speak, of her If's itnilieniice ipon1 the lives of others." s Kl\ate II ldgenis tuil y lived a bealiutifil life, p life full or uiiet devotion to home and A m1reh, a life made grcat by Iltiring failti- S llness to the everyday duties of home an1d mreh. She intvariably ledIlie cingrega- I .1111 1siiLing in tle B aptist church, and in . is church she met Sabbath after Sabbath r1 Sunday school class, and it is sire that s her patient and gentie. way of living > less tiam by ptrecpt, her life will inlu eI for good the tender lives of every i. holar in that class. The mortal pat of Kate Illditgelns rests all of eartlh's born must rest, inl that L'ep w hicli sliall last unil1 every man shall (eak softIv to his fellow saying "I'he aster hais cne." h 'Il1 lBAPTIST Ml'l-TIN . Editor Journal: The revival services re- I( nitly held at tile Pick ens liaptist church 1Ine to a clos Su nIday nmght, after one e Pek of Ihe imlost, soul-. irring preaching er' held in the old town of Pickens he re. The Christian people of oli towni t been ,ray'ing Ior a revival 0f God's oIII ill our woi fou a lon, eaonI the Ii )Iid sentit a man, Rev. 0. J. Copelland, . ithamessage it which was delivered wit . imuich earlinstii( ss ail power I lat sillilers inked andi tremlibled and cried ont by their tions "Oh! what shall I do to be saved?" A id profi-Esors of religiii vere bronght -a'er to tll( Lan. anild built up in tile mist. 1 ily3 Faili. I. think about seventeen were y ided to the chiuirlb in all and we hoe m d yi list m y11 ire will follow. Brother o ripelianid begal preacing ()In Suntlday . t1, his siulbject, ing "Sowing and lHeap- n 1," a powerfil serion it was. This 1% as followed all Ihron11gh the Week wit i eacing evely m1ornilg to Chrisliams oil ti1 higheri and <leeper spiritul life" and ait glt to mnillers a sijects: "ell and [iure ooiknet c., wmdl~ing ulp Sun.l ti ty iiight, with liadisli BIn'eni, a danr- .a is phice to st)p." Tle writec'r has heard , lilne of the numist cilnilent , ministers o)f ih t orlil, bt Sunday night was the grainIest IIal ever made to sinilers to4 turn ionl Ic l a ihieiher life, and not to turn hack into e Iv wihlerness from Kadish liinca us did -j le c'hiiren of Israelwho Were oi the 1 rmlised han. The prayer services Were ' ecuiliarly impressive at the begiining oif cl stervice. every head leinig bowed in a lent, heart-felt prayer to God, for his l, lessings, wii were answer'ei in a man - iri never before witnessed in Pickens. af 'Ir prayer the old chulrch iWoutd ing wit i melody When tile vast. congregation woild 1 like ill) that grand tl solg, "Ome thou munt )f every lessing," it WaSoindeed( a1 e'iite.nstal tim &1, and the town of Pie l Iens adt sirouiiiog communitliiy3 will be reapiing ir' years toi comte from toe steeds sowni the I We are dheeply thanlikful to GIoh foi his ntohil dblessingi?s andmc to IIrittier' ('opt'land >r- his tnie't elforlt 5 to upfli ft us frm our1 ate oft sp iiul coldness, anod our1 hetarls re miore dIteply aittchicd to our lBrothler' ir'. A. J1. S. 'Thoinas, w.hio so heiitily laid notl anid co-opetutedi in every w.ay to aidl id hlIp ini thle spir-ituial feamst . May God's chest lessinogs rest u pon bothl of tihim i iru labois, aind wh len thiat great dhry shall i Olme we will nieet '"over there" and they 'ill see and knlow and reap thirl it-ward. A Memmberi. Mellt'Gli --D)AY, Cards ar'e out aninoimcinog thle mai iige f Capt El ins l)ay'. of' Easleyv and Miss Letla [cll ugh, the cere-monly to occur on O cto er' 2. (:aptaini Day1 is one of Pickens couitnty's est. farmers and is vt-ry popular w.ithm those 'ho know thim. lie ser'ved tell y'ears as atiu: ty ciinissionier anid hils til~ld lie isit ion withI cit-clit to hlimselfC and friends. Iiss Melluigh is thle daughter of Mr's. Mar aret McIlugh who fives .,st hevomnd the ity' limits. 'She is a ve-y a ittracti've younig 1i1y and( lhas mnany frienads. -GrC eenvi llet ew s. CROSS PLATNS DOT'iS.1 I We are moving alonig tuitty intis I; eet ion like all othier' smart people aind I: ave nothIiing to grumbihle aboult sine theO 5 -et seasoin closed anti the sutn conme out. Vhen touri gootd neighlbors nine kintd noughi to let ius sidetr'ack we have pr'et v good roads through their tields; I I inka air s11 hipj (or blloon wouild ho an ( [upr'ovment for thioe triy Irav'eler if no0 could land at will. Our1 peopile bei1ng gOnlorailly busy, liere is noct miuch-l v'isitinlg monmgst u1s. If. I). Singletn from nearl 1(01 Pickenis, Ii isited the f'amnily of N. K. Smith, Mion- c L. D). Smi th, who hats bet-i su1fifering ' or four weteks w.ith congest ioni of' lie t E-isley, has recov.erned sutfliciently to (eturnl to his houmo. Cottoin is very late wvith us and11 we ft-ill ack 1'rost wvill get a bito un1)less liesBtiysI way for somotime yet. Looker On. REVIVAL NOTES. Mir. Editor': Rev. W. (C. Blow.en and . (J. Winchiest er hl-d all eight day itcfting ini August wvith Easliaton Bap. I idelihurebi. It was a grndic metinh g, (1 joiined by experience and1( the ('hiurchl ev.iv.ed. .tistitno w.as organlized in De emberl-1, 1901), andot will join the Tw"'.elve liho Association in Octobot. Ro., B. I". Mur'phro held a four- diiysI aceting at thin Keowe''ce church ; 2 joined. t was1t alSo al goodo mlieflng. lBrother lurphro'o( is not very wel't-l, ho issufferoing 1ith throat tirotiblo. Mauy God speeh ho time wheni lie w'ili tagin bo able to reach to the people. BI. P. Moore and M. C. WVinchcestr 1 eld a 6 or 8 days mooting at Shady rove, whero -1 joined by e-xperience and - hetter and is saitd to have been tthe best eceting held there hudely, Most of our hurch~es have haid true revivals; God aus ble'ssed the w.ork of his ministers. -- lcad '''warinig notice" iln another col. STIEP'PldD I N'TO IAVE~ COALS. 'W inin a child I buiirnetl my foot frIght inlly, wrvites W. ii. Eails, of Joines.vhlile rear's but I uien'sii Arunlca tialv~e whlolIly I :uredh met afteri ever13Ithiing clau failed." en h1'nisoa~ 1nud. PIle:, Soeld by 0olt &% T~hatn Mr. Friancia Little of Bonton lIarbor, i t-lih. Is over elghty years of atge, Since S65 hl has bc.en trouibled noe or less J C vilh idigestionl 1111 has al1oiOt every~ ling in use for Ohose tilinentli. LIat utt4t lie bean uiising Chamberlit's tollneh i 1111 iveler Tablets Illid was soo 1 eling mnc11h better. Inl a reelt letter c says, "1I have mewd tlre boxes ofjihe ablets and now think I am well." 'rhese IN ablets improve the appetite ail Iinvgo Ite the s toiueli, liver aid bowels. For ile by 0. W. Ea1rle. Mrs ,TTEN lION, BILL CITY (UARLDS. millin Louis, The Hill City G(itards are lt-reby or- N.eil I cred to meet at therr Armory at Easley, sia 7S: . U., on TreiiiFdoy night, October 3rd I % 901, at 8 o'clock. All membors must tism, port promptly fully armot( and c(lip- liver e 1. By orler of wal inl 1). T. Carletonl, Capt. ganl b< E.' M. King, 1st Sergeant. Setle i.TItCKEIN WITil l \L . live it JOHN llentlersIoi (riniwt . of this place %s, s 1111e Iicken W i 11nIl I Hal lyIspI 55is an1d c(oni- Ill I'TT letly lost. the ist- (of onn 11111 andl sh-i eu1red enIii for 'iliteP a1 While' withouit relief. my recomi ife r--connulllend~ ('h1:1mhe'iln's Pain takeni h11111, a1id after litg I )wo Iott.lis (f it I preft alinosI tt i enti-v emitii kl- (2. i.5 .\of aia vrlothever remvilarkaleh curles. of r tt imaly ) ii havk. veil een lCettl by. -ze of tlis ljtdtiie t. It i.s Iust wit.6-y 4 1lown, IIverli, IS :1 'ure f-r rheuina. sm, -:11rainls ani brIises. Sold by (U. \V. TIlANKS. NVI I deio to Iie41 thii mlly neigh- -tivc MrS aild frientis for their! 1111mY exprecs ons. of kin (Iness aml tlim..y assistaneco i)I)l y uring bio ilhiess of my vite who, aifter pli ml ulering, died onIt th1e 211 tilt,* lier- generious lp is deei aIs hl1pprecialt- dl(a .llespecl'ulle, I2 A ). Stel'hens. ICCLi() S-- - -- Nicely I WA ItNINc !l Set All pelrsnis a1r hc ' w:iwd not to Soiu (, rec, Imhabor, or- in! anly way shil1 mly wife., tvirns, nunIIa Stephenis, who, 01n Tuelfsday' morn..- Rolleil I ig, s-ept. 'hth. 1101,) lIt hln' witholuit tings, tus(,. Shte is 1111der w il c'lntrt Best t;o Bti behsehn. lack S: (odl--'il TYPI('A L SOT'TIl .I lit C.\N STO'IlRE 'Itt (. H. 1orson, of lI:IY Villa, Smain11yCohrl iver., (Jane<lony conl-Ilet.- a Store4 ty- ohrl eal of Soul hi Africa, 2t, whiil call im uf ll11 neh : 1-C 1.1 thiig f-oil 1 lhe pr-ov-ei hjil Cuff 1111 ieedlo to an allchol." 'I his sitore- is sit-- l k (o ited inl a valley ine niilts frini Ihe tit. "IuI,- t ralilway Station :1111 abouit, NV -lIw" k-enly-live mliles from tihl- neare.st townl ish, I.. L,:Iusan sayp: "I am avrdwiih (.1llwol w cutIns(il of faine-r-is withi a raI1adiuis ih. thiy l uiles, to 1i:in1v of whi'ilt I hive Sterling Iplieel (Plilerlain's reinellie.. All Ie- Ntll fy to I hiri vaile inl a houIIeltIn \Vll w AV <loiitor-'s nivire is ahn1st out of thei lestio. Withiii one ilde of ity store (CII (reI le polmiitioll is perhps :.ixty. Of R 1 iese, withil the imst I wlve ioiths, n14) ss th: foir'teein hlve bleen absolutely trald by Chainber1wlainl's Cough Itiedy [, yl 'lht uitII, Iri-eiy Ie a ICcoil." l S'or" sale v G. W. Eailo.l' l) The excitet-141, ineiient Lo trally nxl lil cllangiie of fool and1 w'1er, often1 r-g- onLI h1 rbuoet, alii for this reaon o oine shollui 1-ave lollilte withoiut a ot (e of i'h1nbl11iu's C(uo-, ( et:etea ail( Jia rrheen t Re ln ty, Fm'o rSale b~y (;. WN'. CLule, WIIAT'S Y(l "It FAl('A( \VOR TI.I ar a(2 21alo0w eoitplexion, a1 jut etli . >ok, miothi li2tehre- :tl b~lotielms on thle kill,- -all sins of Liver Trioiuble. liut intg's New life Pills Clear Skin, htogy' 'ihek. Ilichi Comiplexioin. O.nly 25 cents 1'''ti B olt & 'toi T hley's - Drg Store. '1Y1' (A I: NI lI A lARM, G~ "Onie nighit iry briothiet's buaby was ihken wuith It(rou p."'i writes~ I is, ,J. C. tI OlS, nider-, of I itt enitlein, Ky., "It seeied , wioil striangle buefore we iouubl get 2a e I octor, so we' give it lbI iig's New~ )Uecuvery, wichl gaIve < iik relief anil( GenlC ermanenl-itly ctaretl it. Wei ahW2vy keep inl I he hoettHo1) plotec1t (oP~ui Ihie romt 'roupi and1 Whiotping ( 'ough. it ied mi titof a1 chrioic briwihial tronie I tt lhaltl n 1 oheir I (medy1 wotnbu ru!iee. nfillible fotr Colugh-, Cohitls, Thrioit and ,l ig triouleIs. 50(e :111d $1 00. TrialI hot- 10 rr les fiee at1 iolt & Thiorntleys 1)hug i'tore-. A FIlENDISII. A'TTACE. Ii An attac1(k waiS lately- inlul oni C). F 'ollier of Cherokehe, Iowavu, that in-early rovetd 12atal. It. (enmie throulight his kidl (yS. Ihis batck gut. so 211( lae hecohl not .\ ~J 10112 withlouit glenlt liuilt, nort sit ini a ^ ltir excep'Jt lpropehvth e)' lshionts. No o rii liit IerS whii'b eflictta sneh a1 wuitile-i il elmoige- I hat lhe writes hie fitels .ike ai miake alckae(lw and1(1kidnley Iiroule, pluifiethe j1w 0( loodial btultls up) y'hi hiealth , Olyl D~e at Bolt & 'iTornIey's liirig St ore. ,'011 ANDERSON BABB, jOntr'actOr andl~ Builder A P'icheDIN, N. C. OlYers his stervice-s to te gelu'-rl-t 1pub. (. All work guaranteedCi. llis re-fer-_ neots are thluse for whomt lhe lios dlone otrk andtheI woth iltelf, whomiti an1(1D -h(1cich enn h sen in the tiiw ns2 of Pic2k nt*, Ea1sltey, :1111 al1l over- l'iekens (couty. 'at-Iits will do wt-ll to see him be foret lo-imui a1 trole elsewhiert. tell Tax Notice. Th'ie trea2surer's (lhi2Iat 2(.Iickens (tinurI Iottlay, Oct ob-r 1 5th for- Ithe u-hll-eliton if t lhe folloni ing nm- d 11 xes fori- i. all at I Levyi for Stto Tax,- 5out3 mi.x, treet, LeCvy fot (jont-lilt)utional schiool tiax, 3 HI CI alii. Levi' for- past. iIebtedness, 2 mtit . FOR 'ro.tal levy- for .Staite and1( county15J- PROD II ils COO[ londitl, Picens IScour lt h'otse towntship,1 3 . D -8 mills. .E ILevy for' liti- st. c-i P. ' . R bonds' - ort llnric. ine townipilij, '. 1 -4 ml I 4 rEa~batie towvishi'p, 1-2 miilht. lC Special heyy for- schlool distirict, NI. 9, 2 - Erc VC levy for schootl diistrIet No. 10, Dijrect Si eni il levy for school d~istirict No. 11,1 O 1n1 I Spec 'Ieci levy' for schcol distict No 33 Comfo II ils.-hem N Icoi I levy foir school dhistli it No. I10, ljtoardlt F1e0l t levy for-~210 (:oldi-tr-ict No. 31,** Sp1eelal levy for scl o'>l districet No. 40, m miille. Si cChd levy for school distriet No, 55, Just 0 hulk.1 Pill Iixa otne dellir and1( commti'ionl11 R~et '(111 d1 brw ta in two, dollari~s callect able at11)0h heo samei timew fromii thct&e linble1( a1c(cord l Itg to I-w. 1$o sks close l)oambher BlIat, ol ,101. lespecfuolly, 8.I1IeIh'tl Il.~l Chaptmn. vt tenm IMATISM and CATARRH CURED BY hnston's Sarsaparilla QUART BOTTLES. THE SHADOW OF DEATH. A Whole Family Cured. C. IL Kingsbury, who Iceeps a mry and fancy goods store it St. Giratiot Co., Mich., and who is nown throughout the country, vas badly troubled with rheuma catarrh and neuralgia. I had omplaint and was very bilious. I at bad condition; every day I be fear that I should never be a vomnan; that I shoid have to d)Wow into at chronic invalid, and I the shidtiow of (leati. I had S''( )N'S SARSAPA ltl1LA ree Ided to mne. I 1,0K FOUR LES ANID IT CUll0 MIM, and my fatuily both. I am very glad hearid of it. I would cheerfully nend it to every one. I havo nibaly other lcinIUis of lledicille. r JOlNS'I'ON'S to all of them." [ROAN DRUG CO., Deta-ott. Meb. Pmr Sale by I s W. .1r., ANTg lI Ae Id J~ I IlkX 0 FALL SPECIAL. lein you make presents, tasty oncs, pu11rchasers Old articles. kens kecps silver goods jewelry: your presents 1rclases await your sc 1. l hd i llo . I. E -C bains, ..in ik Poh1 . G.b-Ma - lds l Iled WaIi ch hai '11111in uan t0.. p,.00 1111(pis.lA iutitns. l-10 gobl, .25 10 *10 sil vet. I11':.eeo, ('11:0111 :11141 t' artile in inelry pr . oil Short notice. "cr-S l,-47 silver .YoOis: t1ns. , V esta, pairol i 'I , ihire aling Shell Satin. ~ Silver raco's. b)nad ylt tleiJw erypor-. You fsor trade, H PICKEINS, 11 line silvr goods: aris, \'hes, Columbiao hire5 a n Selln tsan. s ilve lrdCo's. lGadra agt Tbewrte.Ilncc Yo rso traIldet~ t setAiLEn .a s. e. \e I. WYATT & 00. 1 l of I ry Gods res Whes M a, UETN ralc' St Iad arella teril. agen t for th Oi 'lancoc -yS MARKETlo PRIC aID te ALL IIrro and CtOddarY equlestled~ to oe in P and~ '14. WYARI M. T & 00. EASLI) iEYt JS 0, S.C ,ntare ics an Tablfe tMountan rer lhf Drd. Spia' Drue Sto re.ui UNALEVYE HOTEL1 RS. COR RIEA.'12 LAOCK.it. Y opp.e Depot, EASLEY, S. C. e.abl attento to )oei travlers '1rnset fr< ~~S peciallstol: egla -o.Lern c~oteneentein. it gunl a to b oarer y h ry iu i lcetiont withI hoh-el; i: d( call iI had t ieawoilale terhl~uin day it, NEW GOOD! IL++ NEWA Yran New S 0 kr Xlir~CL 0U.i I)RESS (()( S, GlNFS' ULAN I IARD\VIAI', I .\RMNES' 1k1i i)'i.S, ST()\IES, I \\'A(;)NS, & ANYT11N(; N \\\NT We have bought r i :I!! a V g~oo(Is than ever anV e ars in a pi~ lRI C1S. See is before bw uyingIt1 yhurI wve Ilight save you Imniy. \\ ph1il line uid also to mu r line of I)ress S-kirts ;uul Jackets \\'e! appiaPte y IItec every' trale wve uImake. YMurs trly,) 0wn io kn jarriages, Surreys, Buggles, P" At a.;n Absolute Sa( :11til our .--bwk i., re.-luted~. Din't talo o11r woni ,Vl( :1111 hit ennyincte Harness if :11l k iniat en . we calrry 1l m,:1110 variou-: fillo-r, makesv of Hui , &., (Wl t I)eAor a ld Wober: :1, hni - roe helbe \'41n i: Hiv- llw-( -,.v-(In f-1r vling- vehlielo.- oIf all ki 1:r1 , prolI1 it ' 11r n lo f n ,. Thw Vs-o . NIor :11 a,1 klresi p--Hy well cot, vIeuwmherv, W 1 11:m 111 bo111-:o e t or clerk hil 14) ourl ownl w I I.. Wo will -ell ;mnything.. we tlmvv 1110 kinel tr.-111- 10wn to) al. W hen ill Greenlei < hoal 14) sev thll lin-41ple whether thwY wish1 to )InY or CHL(4 ARL E Sf it'- n1 'u t v r: ol.~ k o io e n Somiae Etra B arie, Ateed al AsoltrSi WA.-Iris W. Wail iikiio' eizi'v MARBLEANDE knont, o thev tu asset .tplo y on ShOV t ~fft1o inIshte woI ifal e any I hin iir lie "oOl m this yor for (nulo Wo avojus reeiv l sal. at! rinun a relablecompayb ti Luiisai th r cloi u't ~ yhlo w:.INt ;I\pols I) COeIt Thea to be freIe from knotts. Try1 it. A\ few mnore, 8TRAW\ IIlTH [io go C 11] (Outr stock of Gr'ouries las o' r le We,21 heV n! 2 t rcted 11 barre1of 1rge TJry oulr G olden Hord Roastedl Colle, 1 5 for 25 cont Is. Nic Green5FO (C'ffee 7, 8, and I Bucket Mtilasses FIour, Rice, IBacon, .1 and1( brownu. Don't, forget us.~ whent yotit have aniy Chickens, Egga, i 'k-wx hint g trG Qours tru13 PRICES j 90ji IIATS, NISHING GOODS, S, SADDLES, 3UGGIES, c., WE HAVE IT. irger and better stock of Lion to give you LOW Clothing and Overcoats, CS)eCial attention to this Goods, Capes, Cloaks, our patronage and guar IORNLEY, PICKENS, S. C. 0 -XI Will SIM liatons and Wagons 3rifice! 'or it, but coi anul See for you r 11. m( Milbook, ( 'onrulndl. Tyson & 1; src lihGrleW gn, the ahoro, TIaylor luald Chaittanlooga. Ids, 11(1 W re goin g to fiell our over but we have It few ba1rgauiii 'P, Own) our own repoitory and .or cah or good paper. Polito Min0 ani1d sei e uS. V are Ilways [I(( . & McBRAYER, GREE~NVILII,S~. C. he ready to ine of New ks. gainis will be yve to make a~ business. A RK, 2Z C0O., oF 3RKANITE withi our tldrei- wvil bingi! a man CO(., Aindersoni, S. CJ. of Fresh1 T1urntip Seed front gos4. for 25 cents, or one dozon .nd overy spool is warranted ';A P, fat MAC~dGREL4; 10 cents Co )h po nds for 2 00. ,ard, Sugair, both grahulated1 uinig to soll in the lin0e of an15 andl 0rub) Root, R OS..