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The People's Journal.
Local and Personal.
-Dr. W. F. Austin will be in
Easley Sept. 23rd and 24th.
-I. L. Ambler, of Greenville,
spent Sunday in Pickens.
-If the meat trust keeps on
moat will ba an absolute luxury.
-Don't forget the election for
School Commissioner Sept. 23rd.
Folger and Thorn icy have a full
supply of new goods. Road thoir
advertisement and call on them.
-Clemson College is open and
in full blast with every prospect
for a successful year.
-Wm. Hall, of Charleston, was
hero Monday on business for the
Piedmont Manufacturing Co.
-Mrs. W. G. Lewis and children
returned last week from a pleasant
visit to relatives in Greenville.
--Mrs. A. J. Boggs and children
left Monday for a visit to her old
home and friends at Calhoun.
-A. M. Morris wants you to
look over his stock of goods, He
will give you some bargains.
--Mrs. George Roper, near Pra
ter, who has been sick for about
nineteen years is reported as not
doing so well at present.
-The new jail is going up un
der the supurvisian of B. E. Gran
dy, contractor, and will be a hand
some structure.
-Don't fail to see the merchant
who has so kindly carried you
through the year, and arrange the
accounts with him.
-Even the possums have taken
hint of the ways of the trust and
have a kind lof understanding to
keep out of the way.
-Rainy weather greatly hinders
the gathering of cotton and rough
ness, but the people are taking ad
vantage of every shiney hour.
-W. T. McFall has the goods,
everything needed in the house
and on the farm is kept in his
stoic. Call and see him.
-Craig Bros. are young men
alive to the trade. They seek to
please and through the cash svs
te n make it to your interest to
pt tronize them.
-Mrs. Cureton is beginning to
increase her fall stock. She can
please you if you can be pleased.
Examine her nmee goods, she
will take pleasure in showing you
the best goods carried.
--The wise man will wisely save
any surplus this crop may bring
him for use in making next years
crop. Flush times often bring
with them a tendency to forget the
tight days that are to come.
-The Pickens brick yard is run
nling on full time and making
thousands of brick. Orders come
crowding upon Mr. Stephenson, but
he is trying to meet these demands
and his plant is a valuable acqui
sition to Pickens.
--Fifteen negroes were arrested
Saturday night by the Sheriff and
his deputies and lodged in jail un
der the oharge of gambling. "Lit
tle Santiago'' was the scene of their
revelries. They were arraigned
b:ifore Magistrate Jenkins Monday
morning but, tor want of sufficient
testimony, were discharged.
-The Big Store has laid in a
supply of goods that will meet the
demands of every trader. From
basement to top story, goods are
stored and ready to be shown and
delivered to the purchaser, Courte
ous clerk. are alwayseready to serve
customers. The Big Store buys
cotton and sells everything you
need. Drop in and see them.
-The names of candidates for
County Supt. Education who are
to enter their second race in the
third primary were unintentional
ly left ut of the the Issue of last
week. Their names are Walter J.
'Doggs and Richard T. Hallumsa,
and their announcements appear
in this issue, and they ask the con
sideration of voters at the election
to be held Sept. 23rd.
--R. E. Bruce and James Craig
left Piokens Sunday to visit W. F.
Biassingame at Russell's Hotel,
()ooe county. Friends wi have
been to see Mr. Blassingame a.ave
found him obeerful though still
quite weak, and it is diffic Ut to
learn just what his condition is.
Beveral of his friends in Pickens
and in this section have been to
see him.
--Town Creek Sohool under the
bUpervision of Mrs. KC. L. Cureton,
olose4 last Friday afternoon after
a session of 4wo months and on
week which was most satifactory
to pupils and teacher, The ternm
was successful in every particular
and she endeared herself to all
her pupils by her firm yet loving
disciplhne. The school closed wits
a pionic Friday evening which Was
greatly enjoyed by all.
--Maj. 3. M, Stewart has been
oommilssioned to fill the unexpired
term of the late W. W. F, Bright
.aS Superinteniden~t of Education,
his services to continu, till Dee,
Bit when the successor to be eco
twdon 28td inst will qualify to
prettthe next two years, M4j,
stewartill be fouund at the oflee
#tin Wa e hoe an Wil take
main and4 n1aas elet ...3.
-The Pickens market is about
the best always giving highest
-Miss Frodrica Ansul,of Greon
ville is in Pickens with relatives
and friends.
-Miss Josephene Stephenson
left Monday to enter Willianstoi
Female College.
--Don't pass homo merchants by
when they offor you goods as reas.,
onably as any merchants.
-Mrs. B. T. McDaniel and Miss
Sallie McDaniel are visiting rela
tives in Greenville this week.
-Mrs. Essie Hughes, who has
been teaching school at -Fountain
Inn, S. C., is home on;a vacation.
-Every cotton field is full of
cotton open and ready for gather
ing and the people are making full
-John F. Harris is in the mor
chantile business to meet tihe do
mands of trade and to treat all
customers right.
-Miss Stella Haaris now book'
keeper for the Edwards Furniture
Co., Greenville, spent Sunday with
her mother.
-Rev. O. M. Abney filled his
regular appointments atBethlohen
and Pickens Sunday preaching to
ood congregations.
-Misses Olive Newton and
Florence Hendricks left Monday to
resume work at Winthrop College
t Rock Hill.
-Thomas Bowen is the acccmo
dating and oflicient clerk at the
tore of Craig Brothers this fall
where he will be pleased to see his
many friends.
-Miss Ada King, a very attrac
bive young lady from near Seneca, is
visiting the family of 11r. W. T.
)'Dell this week. She will return
iomo Saturday.
-Bridges & Hammond koep a
ull line of General Merchandise.
'hey have the exclusive sale of
he famous "Rock & Rye'' tobac
o. See them.
-The Clemson College post of- i
ice was robbed about 2 o'clock on
he morning of the 12th inst. The
afe was blown open and over
g250.00 taken out.
-Pickens buyers pay the top of
,he market for cotton, and it is a
vaste of time and a hieavey ox- l
,ense to pass by Pickens with the
lope of getting better prices else.
-Charles A. Woods, a prominent
nember of the Marion bar, has
>een elected president of South
Jarolina College to succeed Dr. F.
J. Woodward. It is supp)osed he
~vill accept.
-G. R. Hendricks will hence
'orth be found with Mess. Folger
SThornley where, in his usual I
~ourteous way, he will look after
the customers of that enterprising<
-Mr. J. N. Hlallums who has
>een located at Eastman, Ga. for
bhe past few months, will, in a fewt
lays take charge of the drug store
>f Mess. Bolt and Webb as dispen
er of drugs.
-Folger and Thornley have on
land and are still receiving nice
ines of clothing, along with itheir.
>ther general stock, and are pre
>ared to sell you a good suit ve.ry -
-The Liberty township Singing -1
associationm will meet with Zion
hurch on Sunday, Sept. 28. Eiv-]
rybody invited to come and bring y
heir song books and well-filled
,askets. W. F. Evatt, See,
-There will be a missionary ral
y at Bethlebem church next Sun
isy 21st September. A program
nill be observed and everybody is
nvited to come. The exercises
nill probably begin about 10 o'clock
mtd continue till about 12:30. Mu
sio will be a feature.
-Miss Tirzahi Hughes is in
italled in her section on the first
floor of the Heath-Bruce-Morrow
Do. building where she is always
ielighted to show customers the la
test designs in millinery. Mrs.
Freeman is also with this mam
moth establishment and will take
pleasure in looking after the ladies
who want to look over the large
sto3k of this enterprising concern.
-The third election comes on
September, 28rd, next Tuesday.
The Executive Committee requests
that the same managers serve in
this election as heretofore. In the
event that any cannot serve, the
Committeemen are requested to
substitute some managers in their
stead and report at the next meet
ing which will be held at the
Court House, Thursday, 25th, at 10
O'olook a. m. Managers are ro
quested to kindly forward the re-.
turns as promptly on the 215th,
and also the result on the evening
of election If possible.
The County Demooratic Execu-.
tive Committee is hereby called to
meet at the Court H:ouse on Thurs
day, September k2Sth at 10
a. m. for the purpose of tabulating
the returns and declaring the re
sult of the third primary sieetion
held to determine the cOoo as to
the Couuty Superintendlent of Ed.
0 hmaum
Protracted meeting at the Pres.
byterian church this wool"
Good seasons of late have benu
fitted the lato corn and hay crops,
gardens, etc.
Politics have driod up or blown
over and unlless it is a wet day to
(lay week there will be an oxceed
iigly light vote polled to decide
who will bo the next Supt. of Ed
ucation for Pickens county.
A few people took passage on
the excursion train to Atlanta yes
"armors are attentive to farm
work, and businoss is not in a great
rush at present in town.
A car load of McCormick ma
chinery was unloaded here last
week, nowers and shrodders. '1'he
click of the mower can be heard in
many hay fields.
B. F. Chappelean, Southern
Railway agent liere, has moved to
the O'Dell Iouse just south of the
C. T. Hutchins 1s building a roa
idence on west side of town.
Rev. )uBose, missionary from
China visited his family hore, they
board with J. J. Wakolin.
A. O'Dell died hero the 8th, after
a lingoring illness of several
months, near 80 years of ago, and
was buried the 9th at the Kenne
more burying ground, the funeral
being conducted at the residence
by 1-1. C. Haddock. J. C. and J.
S. O'oll, of Georgia, wore in town.
'hey came to attend the funeral
Af their fathor,
Tuesday was a stirring day; it
.eemecl everybody had a spocial
2andidate he wanted eloctod and
it was pull this way an1d that. It
is a bad tl-ing for a man to be led
>r foll6wod to the polls and voted
ike a jumping jack or som other
nochanial device; things ought
lot to be so in the land of the free
nd the home of the brave. In
omine respects thu ballot is not sa
srod. Every man1111 should be al
owect to voto for his choice and
lot ho worried. Whore he hams no
hoico, it is allright to get his vote
f you CaI.
Sept. 9th. U.
Rim Over By a Wagon.
Amos Sutherland, a well known
nerchant of Pumnpkintown, Pick
ms county was run over Saturday
)y a heavily loaded wagon and
eriotusly injured.
Mr. Sutherland came to t,he city
~arly Saiturday morn11ing and after'
ecuring a suIpply of merchandise,
tarted home about 12 o'clock
lri'ving twvo mules to his wagon
vhich was heavily loaded with
nel chian dise,
While passing in front of G'ood.,
ett's store on Buncombe street,
dr. Sutherland allowed 01ne of the
ines to drop from his hand. HeJ
caned over tihe front gate of the
vagon body, placed one hand on
ene of the mul108 hips in an effort
o regain the line, and as he did
his both mules became frightened,
~ave a sudden jerk and started
m1 a runl. Mr. Sutherland wvas
brown (to the ground and twvo
vheels of the wagon passed over
is body.
In a short time some passers-by
ame to Mr. Sutherland and con
~eyed him to the residence of Rev.
. T. Cody. Dr. Bottum wvas sum
noned at once. Upon examnina
101n it wvas found that several ribs
vere broken and Mr. Sutherland
ias taken to the Greenville sanita
Mr. Sutherland's mules ran up~
3uncombe street several hundred
ards and wore flnally Btop)ped by
omeone on the street. They wvere
triven to Pates & Allen's stables,
t is said that the wagon and its
oad weighed at least 1,500 pounds.
.t is probable that M r. Sutherland's
on dition will prove fatal.-Green,
rillc News, Sept. 14.
Attention Veterans I
Tho following letter to Maj. J. J.
Lewis will be of interest to many
veterans of the Civil WVar in Pick
mns County . Maj. Lewvis has ac,
septed the chairmanship for Pick
mns county, and wvill be pleased to
sooperate with any who are able
~o give information desired:
John J. Lewis, Esq.
Dear Sir:- Pces .C
At the annual reunion of
the Confederate Veterans of S. C.
at Gireenville, I was elected chair
man from the 3rd Congressional
udistrict on enrollment of all Con
federate veterans living and dead
under an act of the General Assem
bly of S. C. Your name has'been
given to me as a most suitable per
son1 to act as chairman of said
Committen from Pickens county.
I write to ask that you accept (the
appointment and begin the work
by township on onrollment, it will
be your duty to appoint say from
one to threo men in each township
who will take an active interest in
the matter and see to it that every
Confederate soldlier living or de,ad
is entered oni the roll book from
their respective townships. You
w;li find all the niecessary books
connected with said enrollment in
the Clerk's office of your county
with the printed instructions pas.
ted to back of book. Let me hear
from you at once if you can take
the position if not give me the
names of one or more good men
that will likely act. The State
Committee ini lha rge are' anxious
to hayo the pnrolpmnt made ad
was a membor of Co. " B" Or
Rilles and remomber a Lt. Lov
in one of the Companies from (it
or Anderson or Pickens coun
Was ho a kinsman of yours.
1our:h truly,
The following aro colmittoom
for the townships respectively, a
any assistance this paper can gi
iml futhoraneo of this movomont W
be gladly given. Instructions im,
bo had by applying at the Clerl
Easloy-D. F. Bradley, Chai
man, B. C. Johnson.
I,lberty-M, T. Smith, Chairmt
F. V. Clayton, J. F. Hendricks.
Central - B. J. Johnson, Chai
Ilurricano-R. E. Steolo, Chai
man, V. 11. Perry, J. N. Murphro
P'ickons C. 11.- J. M. Stowat
Chairman, W. T. Field, \V. I
D)acuuvi lle-S. T. 11Prior, Chai
man, I. 1. Philpot, J. E. Foster.
Pumpkintown-J. D. M. Keit:
Chairman, J. B. lRigton, Vann
Eastatoo-John T. Lewis, Chai
Card of Thanks.
Abbeville, S. C., Sept. 15, 1902.
Mr. Editor: Permit me through th
columns of your pap-r to express 1
the voters of the Third Congressioni
District my sincere thanks and grat
tude for the uniforin kindnoss an
genorous support extended 111e in uh
recolit. race for Congress.
While, as a matte' of course, I
those who stood so loyally by we an
gave to me that substantial aid witi
oat which I could not have bee
nominated I owe the greator debt c
gratitude, for those who gave thoi
support to some one of my compet
tors, I have nothing but the kindee
feeling, for while doing all they coul
for the man of their choice, they it
variably treated me with the greatel
kindness and respect.
I ain proud and delighted to b
able to say that as between my con
petitors and myself there existed s
all timecs durimg the campaign, an
still exists, nothing but the most fri
ternal feeling, which I trust shall a
ways be the case.
To be the nominee of the Dom(
cratic party of this historic old Die
trict for a seat in the Congress <
these United States, is indeed a
i> lhich I bighly prize and ft
which I am truly grateful, but who
I consider that I was tho choice i
preference to some one or other <
the d1istm.guijshbed gentlemen w-h
were myl3 compljetitors, it makes it,
possib)le, all the more to be apprecim
Appreciating then as I do, [hi
high and responsible trust repose
in me by the voters of this Congrei
sional District, it shall be my effer
so far as the power in me lies, to met
to the fullest extent, mf my13 course ti
their rep)resentative in Congress, the
highest hopes and expectations.
'Very respectfully,
Wyatt Aiken.
Card of Thankcs.
I take this methoid of thanking ti
voters of Pickens county for the hot
orable vote given mae in' the roee
primaries, and (or their general ho
pitality shown me during the canvas
May God's mercy and grace rest o
us all. Respectfully,
G. M. Lynch.
The Old Stone Church,.
The Annual Meeting af the 0]
Stone Church and Cemetery Assi
elation will be held at the churc
on Sunday October 4th, 1902, r
11 a. m. The members of the At
sociationl are urgently requested
Rttenld. All persons interested
the cemetery and the public ai
cordially invited to meet with us.
Card of Thanks.
I take this method of thanking [1:
voters of Pickens county for the bot
orablo vote that elected me a mnembe
of the House of Representatives.]
shall be my earnest endeavor to gi
compensation by true and efficier
service. Respectfully,
J. A. Hinton.
A Cure For Cholera Infantumn.
"Last May." says Mrs. Curtis Bake
of Blookwalter, Ohio, "an infant ohild<
our neighbor's w'as suffering from ac
era infantum. The dootor had given t
all hopes of recovery. I took a bott
of Chamberlain's colic, cholera and Dii
rhoca remedy to the house, telling the
I felt sure it would do good it used a
cording to directions. In two days thn
the ohilId had fully rocovered, and
now (nearly a year since) a vigoro1
healthy girl. I have recommimondi
this remnedo frequently and have nov
known it to fail ini any instance." 16
ale by Dr. G. WV. Earle.
The prop.tetors of Foley's .tJoney at
Tar do not advertise tis as a sure ou
for consumption," They do not olat
it will euro this dread comnplaint in a
vanood oases, but do positively ase
that it will cure in the earlier aag
and never fails to give oomfc
and relief in the worst oases, Fole3
Honey and Tar is without doubt t
greatest throat and long remedy, 1E
fuse substitutes. Bolt and Webb Pic
ens Chapman and Callahan Liberty,
Foley's lHoney ane Ta
for ehIldren,a,u, No ouIati
Un4er $,000 Cesh Depest,
ty. 81perliteident of Education.
I hereby announco myself a candidato
for Superintendent of Education, of
Pickons county, subject to the action of
the Democratic party at the approaching
on primary.
td Walter J. Boggs.
e I hereby announco myself a candidate
ill for Suporintendent of.Education, Pick
;y one county, subject to the action of tho
Democratic party at the approaching
n All persons are hereby warned not to
hire, feed or shelter my grandson, 1)o
Rosamond (col) under penalty of the law ,
r- he being under ago and left me without
causo and I will hold any person liable
for his wages now unpaid or may bo
' hereafter paid.
0. THOMAS R1IONE, (col)
't Sept. 18 t4
All persons are hereby warned not to
r- hunt, fish, trap or, in any other way
tresspass on my lands. Any violation of
this notice will be prosoouted to the full
extent of the law.
James H. Ambler.
Sept. 18 t4
County of Piokous.
By J. B. Newbory Esquire Probate
0 Judge.
o Wtorona, A.J, Bogga, C.C.P. made suit -
il to me to grant, him LotLers of Administ.ra.
i. tion of the Estate of and efoocts of J. T.
Craig, decea.9d.
Y These are therefore to cite and adinon.
ish all and singular the kindred and
creditors of the said J. T. Craig decoas
0 ed, that they be and appear befora me,
d in the Court of Probate, to be held at.
i. Pickens Court House, S. C, on the 1i
n day of Oct. 1902, after publicalion here
of, at 11 o'clock in the forouoon, to slew
r cause if any they have, why the said Ad
ministration should not be granted.
Gi-ven under my hand and seal, this
13 day of Sop. 1902, in the 127 year
d of our Independence.
t J. P. P. C.
0 Pickons County.
By J. B. Nowbory, Esquire, Probato
t Judge.
Wh \Vliereas, R. A. Bowen made suit
to me to grant him letters of adiniuistra
tion of the estate and offects of Reese
Bowen, deconsed.
These are therefore to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred and
s- creditors of the said Reeso Bowen
f deceased. that they be and appear be
) fore me, in the Court of Probate, to be
r, held at Pickens Court Houso, 5. .., on
the 25th day of Sept. 1902, after publi
cation hereof, at 11 o'clock in the fore
0 noon, to show cause, if any they lhave,
'fwhy the said adminis:ration should nsot
o, be granted.
f Given under my hand and seal, this
.]8th day of Sept. 1902, in the 127 year of
our independence.
J. B. NEWBERY, J. P. P. C.
L,When you are suffering from rhseuma
t tism, the kidneys must be tended to at
a once so that they will ohiminsate the uric
r acid from the blood. Foley's Kidney
Cure is the most effective remedy for
this purpose. R. T. Hopkins of Polar
Wis., says. "After unsuccessfully dec
torimg three years of rheumatism with
the best doctors, I tried Foley's Kidney
Cure and it cured me. I cannot ea&k
e too highly of this great medicine." Bolt
& WVebb Piokens & Chapmanm & Cilaban 80
n -:- DENTIST -:- s
Will be in Pickens until further notice.
Office up stairs in the Carey building
over Blrock's Grocery Store.
d . .PICKENS .. .
Graded School. A
t Colored Department.
Next session begins September 29th
0 1902..
n Pupils living outside of town and not
c legally transferred will be required to
pay ai tuition foe of from 50c to $1.50 per
month. Remember: "An investment
in knowledge always piays the best in
terest." Solomen ays, "Receive know
ledge rather than choice gold." Obey
tihe Bible, sacrifice something
and give your children a chance to ro- T
e ceive knowledge. Put them in school
.at the beginning and keep them there
until the ending. Educate them that
rtheir minds may be freed from the prej.
uidices of ignorance and given a juster
0 and more enlarged conception of men
*t and things. EdIucate them to the end
that they may be good and intelligentU
citizens8 which is the "chief aim of theo
public school system.
B. IK. MOON, Prin.
-. Charleston, S. O,
S Founded in 1785, Strong Fac
ulty; woll equipped chemical, phyes,
~. ical, and biological laboratories;o
es Library of 14,000 volumes and the
as finest Museum of Natural IIstory'
'~in the South. Elective course,
r leading to the degrees of B1, A,. B. 1
>r 8,, i~ I . A. Board with .fur
Dnahed room in College Dormitory
can be obtained for $10 a m)onth.
dTuition, $40. One scholarship giv
rd ing free tuition is assigned toPick..
re ens cut,the holdertob a.*
i- pointed by the Probate Judge and
rt the County Superintendant. Total
~a expense~s for Soholarship students,
it *112 to $180. All candidates for
se admission are permitted to comn
,. pete for vacant B3oyce Scholrshps ~
k. which pay $150 a year.
Entrance Examinations will be
held at Pickens onl Friday, Jtly 1,,
g. 1902, next Session begins Septem
ber 29. F~or catalogue, address.
HIarrisoni 1andolph
Mr., Minerva Smith of Danville, Il,
w#ltes: "I had bro*n 1itis for tweent'
navee got relief until I so
Sr which saur
*40 So PlakenaS wuhana
ew .vll
~~~r A1~W I
Watch this space for a fow <
somet hiiing interiestin g, we h11a II'
You of tho g'ool things we nro go
we've got, to get them readlv a11<
to talk, we wi" lI have som1 .. great
Clothing = Dr)
and = Sho
Folger & Th
RURi8 Ti' ]
004 EN'T **TO
... RA OPPO R .R
Begining MoI ndaIiy I m.. .'. i i
Menis, Boy's i~
A\ll strawv hats adt
*20.00 Suits now a] 7w
>wV $1238. $15.UO sui .
its now $7.5z0. $8.00 :uiIs P
Lit8 1noW $3.75
b0 cents pmants8 nowv e
3W 700. $2antii.s hlow I.'.*.
, $5 pants n)ow 83.75. n )pants no0w $
ll floods Sold For CASh.
To miake room for ].%ll and WVintor
J1ean Sweep of all S
Thero sti11 remains ni my stock wino
off all go ..ds, some goods at ItA LF I
No Catch Adver
ut1Z m ian just what I isay. 1 don't say
24.0 f1y inhtrosted in what they cost you,
West Enid. (a. g
Do you like coffee? Well if you dto
f the boat roasted coffoo at 81lba for $1.
~reen coffee on the market.
If you over' inidulgo I iniiO moini. call
y 5cts. And if you wvant a choapor eiga
Perhaps you camo away from home t
30urse you don't Want to drivo homno witl
0eod not do It for you canI got anything ir
The be8t flour on the markot for the n
~ellow undersell us 0o) flour,
Plenty of knive for the boys and pri
We ha~ve someo bjargaina in s3hoes an 1.
Eghiest price paid for all (.ountlry Pi
Z~r~cIgs dCJ
)AILY. 4
lays :td you will sec O
t time now to toll i
ing to oler this fall
then it will be limno
lings to oiTer in
al Reduction
* I r Olli oiti fo sto0k of
nlothing at
Re gular Price..
t. No h~Zat.~ carried froin last
SU5i;;... $16 50 suits
C~i: now M2.8. $10.00
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