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The People's Journal
PU1'1tydlRU, 1:V1HY WE'DNil )AY MlOININ(7,
T. J. MAUi IN ............. Editor,
W. L. MAHENY.......... Bus, Mgr.
Slbscription $1.00 Per Anntun.
Advertising Rt des Reas-onable.
JCntOreil at the I'o,yt Oflice at Pickea as
st?rontl--class mnatter.
I'(I;lmN, S. V.,:
Thutbn"(y, N1otembIe, t0, 19O?.
Stuch we:ather as this November
has bniought us loaves no room to
comi)plai if ground isn't prepared
and wheat in the ground by Thanks
giving (lay.
cotton IS still weak but the bulk
of it has already been Imalrkelo(1.
The crop will not reach such entr
in(ttus proportions after all that has
be':n said and(] (11 by the Spocu.
'Tt a on 1g- uiif'ring mrchalt
Oi ta ri'i' il \v'-; bIiZl<r 1h th1e
stres- of se';vtr:tl year... would be
dlt :lit;1 in' Il a (11110 ot f the
ltt: s fst thi:r year's ,od cr
W'iet r n\I t. N ir; v lt o way h i
tcontr much n hap. u etran
hls hir and fornh to n :: to
lis hn p: he i :hhr t i tdr of
pon :ncemerah buot note c!a.tch,
At ti::s seafz n ofthe"y'art matny
schemers wOrk their way through
the country : cheap entertain
m9nts. 'lheir performaces don't
ahways come t to the standard of
pop,rtetty, but most of then catch
the cnowdts and take away the
dimes. Cheap shows arn dear at
any p)rice.
It see- ifrti the figure show
ing returns of thme lato general elec
tion in this state, that the people
get surfeited on elections during
the Primaries. On an average of
about one-"fourth the eligible vo
ters in South Carolina went to the
polls OIn general election (lay.
The cotton tields that havn't
already been plowed for wheat look
black with hardly a suggestion
that on many of themi good crops
were growni tnis year at the aver
age of a half bale to the acre.
IIigh fei tilintdion and timely
work not only bring better crops
b':. they insiuru &xa:ly maturity as
E'very young man than can save
twenity-livo or a hundred dollars
ought to tako thought of some of
his older acquaintances and profit
by their failures, The majority of
them will tell you, that it is be
cause of lack of industry and a
too great indulgence that have
kept thoem from being in better
shape to-day than they are.
The developmient, by the coop
orative work of th board and
school patrons, of a modern coun
try school, will powerfully stimui
late the educational spirit in all
dlirections, for miles around. D)ot.
ting over a county with ideal coun
try schools, one or so in each civil
district, 01' in groupings of two or
throe civil districts, will soon mnak(
that county a leader in education
among the counties of a congress
ional district. Example is afow
orful teacher.
A truth is of no value unless
personally applied and made a
motive for action. The p)eople
read and hear, and talk, and write
or education; the truths and ideas
about better schools are cried
aloud everywheie ; the duty of each
citizen to promote the educational
interests of his Echildren and his
community is emphasized in the
press and on the Platform; the
thousands listen, agree, applaud,
u-but only the dozens act. Why
not the thousands? Pubic eduoa,
tion is no less dependent uponi the
individual because it is publio,
and the individual's duty cannot
be shirked on the prinoiple thai
Overybody's business is nobody'i
business. A commuity holds eaoll
nanl responsible for the paymeni
of his taxes; so should each man bi
oild responsible for his personat ot,
torte tokwaf4 the betterment of pub.
tio education. To his own child,
ren, to his neighbor's children, t<
tociety as a whole he is account
'able, an~d a neglect of his diaty Ie a
6 v onttl and sooial bs'esob of $ret
### fdh co.
A dollar means a dollar now;
eaved till tho first of May it will
mean nearly a dollar and a quarter
to the poor man and it will not
havo to bo borrowed
Greenville has b)on trying hard
enough to got a cigar factory 1oca
ted thereabouts. It looks like
this corporation expe.;ts Green
ville people to lbe g it and pay it
too to locato amongst thor. If
(reonville is a desirable place for
such an institution, will it not
come as a matter of course?
* * *
The farmers of Pickolls county
are the 'r0est people t0 bo found.
'lheir freedott could be broadened
by the practice of more economy
with added industry for a soason.
T1. be out of debt means "to bo iI
the addle", to use a well under
Stoo,l h)ltraso, and Pi'ckotns county
ftarmrvi are I l beginning to lotlot.
Wheu the Oconoe county Grand
du11ry got through with tho (%ount.v
tuIli, rs at the lat term of Court in
that c)lnty thire nust have been
i ti'.ling of lonesomnne,=s amongst
thi.'ht) Grand Jury soemed to
give mist of their titmo to the olloi
cers though a good batch of indict
mii)nts was han;d 'l up also. The
(?rand Jury of' Oconee seemi;d do
t-.rmiiiod that their recommenda.
tions he carried out.
In the Way of Small Industries.
The Easley Creamery Company
organized at Easley some eight
months ago, and operated for seV
oral months gives some indication
of what is possible for small indus
tries in this section of South Caro
lina. This concern has succeeded
in producing a quality of cheese,
along with the usual by-products
of a creamery, that measures up to
the full expectations of all people
at all familiar with the workings
and roquirements of such an insti
tution. In fact at the late State
Fair whero tho products of cream
eries were displayed and thorough
tests given, the Easley Creamery
Company won a prize on the merit
of its product. The trouble at
present, and the only trouble in
the way of making such 1enterprise
in this country a p)rofitable invest
umenit is that it is a real advance
ment on the customls of the peopl1e2
We are too content to let our pro.
ducts be subject to variations of a
very variable market, and there
fore fail to see wherein a creamery
which sends to our doors and takes
our surplus milk at a constant
price and withal a reasonable
p)rice, though it may be a little
lower than the prices received (for
a few quarts in Greenville for in,
stance, is directly a benefit to the
cattle raisers and milk producers.
The Creamery gives living prices
goodl prices and that without fail
ure at any time. It needs and can
use a constant supply all the time
and pays for it according to true
measure when delivered or as the
man who supplies it wants the pay.
This element of regularity removes
all doubt as to the disposition of
all the milk a farmer can produce,
and loaves him free to rairo all he
can without the trouble of finding a
market. It ought also to encour
age the raising of cattle-a better
(juahity of cattle-and every cow
that is raised and kept at home
means, over and above the revenue
from here, milk, a betterment of
the land on which she is kept.
Those who figure closely are al
most prepared to say that the fer
tilization of the soil derived from
a batch of cows properly cared for
is equivalent in value to the cost
of keeping those cows saying noth
ing about the money received for
the milk.
This institution in Easley is a
good thing.- There ought to be
more of the same kind in Pickcens
County, and as the people see the
quick returns and the returns
coming alone; through betterments
to their lands they will endorse
suoh enterprises and the enterpris
es will make money.
Dr. Chas. H. Utter, a prominent phy
sician, of Panama, Oolomibia in a recoat
letter stts: "Last March i had as a
patient a young lady sixteen years of
age, who had a very bad attach of dypen
tory,. v thing preboribed for her
proved ine eetual ad she was arowing
worse overy hour. Her parenTs were
sure she would die. She had beoome so
weak that sbe could not turn over in
bed. What to do at this critical mo.
meent was a study for me, but I thought
of Chamberlaiutas Colic Cholera and J)ia
rhoea Romei~ and as a last resort pre
seribed it,. he most Wonderful result
was effected, Within eight hours she
was feeling much better ih#uids of three
days she wsuponheir feet and at the.
oend of otp wee was entiral well,
For sale by Dr, G, W.
be , a
Lost Reason After
Daughter Had Fre
quent Spasms.
Dr. Miles' Nervine Cured
Them Both.
Dr. Miles' Nervine is a specific for nervous
disorders. It removes the cause and effects
a speedy and permanent cure.
"I feel it is my duty to let you know that
your medicines have cured my little girl of
nine,of spasms. She c9mmencedhaving them
at the age of three. Our family doctor said
she would outgrow them but she did not.
We took her to another physician who said
her trouble waa epileptic fits in a mild form.
Ile (id her. no good either. She was so
nervous she could hardly walk. As I had
already used f)r. Miles' Norvine and found
it a good remedy for myself I commenced
giving it to my child. I gave her in all ten
bottles of the Nervine and one of the Ilouod
Purifier. That was over two years ago and
she has not had an attack since we com.
menced the treatment. She is no lon"er
troubled with nervousness and we cnnsiier
her permanently cu led. I enclose her pic
ture. My mother-in.law lost her reason and
was inmeane for three months from the effects
of I.a(rippe. S ic bottles if Dr. M ies' Ncr
vine cured her. My sjster has also taken it
for .ick headache with good results. We all
tink you very much for your f'ood mcdi
cines autt kind advice. I don't tliink there
is an other medicine half so good. I :;end1
my Iaughlter's photoga pi so that you may
see what ai sweet liltle gtii lives ('ut isn
Arkansas." - MNs. I IANNAII I3At K'Tr
Springdale, Ark.
All dhu4'gists sell and guarantee first bottle
I)r. Mile.' Remedies. fenid for fce book
on Nervous and Ileat I)iseases. Address
Dr. Miles Medical Cu., Elkhart, Ind.
At! lpn,rc i(rO1 eeb wlIrnedt not to
itntt, fish, trap 0r, i itiy otier woy
rerMparss oul my land.k. Any vid Iioll of
li(4 notice will be plr )Sctited to the full
fxtent of the baw.
We Will Sell For the
Next 30 Days
and MIarkers
Now in Stock at
20 per cent
0ss than usual price. We have
some exceptional values.
West End Store,
Neeley & Prince,
General Merchandise.
Mess. 3. M. Neeley and W. H,
Prmece have formed a partnership
and bought the remaining stock of
I. D. Moore at the Weost End
Store. They will continue to do a
general Merchandise business at
the same stand, and wvill lay in a
fresh. flew ttopply of goods which
will be offered at prices reasonable
andl to compete with all dealers.
They will carry a full line of Gun
oral Merchaudise. See them,
are the most fatal of all dis
U LI 0 Guaranteed Remaedy
or money refunded. Contains
remedies recognized by emi
nent .physicians as the best for
Kidney and Bladder troubles.
PRICE 50c. and $1.00s.
b~aastfuI7tov . S 4
Pohey's Kidney Cure
88akea kidneys and bladder righti
e e 0
F.all buying has colmmlecd
onl Pickens 'Soil, We n romis('<! f'lo
the crowds ul Iirift.y buyers that
W(" have\' for your inlSpec(tim)
TheIE1( goods were boug liht int co I) I
that wou( ll(i thin isll le 1! na;iuI!.'
WO aro goilng to give il (thuiiig
country. S!' bo on, buntd anid. g.
([.13 inch Brillian tinre, assorted p;ater
I000-vurds apilo :in hata th
S(a<<! )al k PerentlS thl ' ,S ki.
Ha V yOu hun vur ;i Fu
thtan you ('nn bum ,.; -h re Ct
j10i(.0O to $17.:.i
4(A4 .. "3
I3ig Vlu.'s :n1 millin' ry a he p
We ar!sowing i: line,
Shoes oth1-s try to not-:i s 't
ty far the lar,.Q"t ab>e of 1[
Cook St')v(s ali J.ILeoiI e., t .
Patuts, Oi| and Varnishes. V
and Swvift a;nnous WVheat Guan<
has hi- own ideas of taste and neC
suits you. When we bought we lb
Second hand Peerless Prctabt
We Want Your T3
Wc wvish to call attention. o
full and comnplce line of
..Groeries and G
Candies ..:
We wish we could te.ach eve
not sweet that looks5 that way an
always the highest--if you buy i
We keep at all times a full line
Fresh Sausage, and Coffee. Fresh C.
A nice line of Stationary, Tablets,
Colored Crayons &c.
mo to. All goods sold for cash or ba
MRS. K. L. C
Its Gettingi
Pneu moniai
You Know..,
Lots of new Fall Shoes--Some~ of
iuestioni ablout you getting complet.c E
from 'is. You tako no risk-We gua
perfect satisfaction. The largest stoch
let from.
The tIir Youet 60 gentti
tbo'bleo'will tIe'r'u off ir
* theinyton at thbesanboiimo'i
bye a.onio tat(wYo
UPom e omaoem mild power 01
lb. work, without ahock or inj
*ystem. BJooklets anid sampli
0r Ceffiplte treattment, Teol
NriW YO;
AN1 nOWNne
rig i
lb, C
in earnost, and the Big Storo is onjoying the large
p)cle of Pickii c1otnty one of tlho best tradiiig
flfck to our throe barg stores dai ily bears us out i
i the largost stock of (GnceraI l Merclhaidiso that h
[Coton with ou. fou r I)rgc stor(rs ill NOi th anil -ou
lres t:nd(( we have pricd thi t, knock out all u
Pil! :v, <.)i th e grilii (lest. 111)Ua('3' lV iflg pl!I)O1illtl
is sl Is for 50ct our price, 25(. 20)0 yards C
r t"l . .t " i - fo s m5 our pic I.0 )Oe 250) vards S
1(1 1 ',:v : cents. :; 0 v'ar(s c
"ur 1)r"' ::it,- .1000 1'ards
it? if not y(oI wt'ilI find it here t.hat fits wel1, 1.)loh
ml1' to us tor Vour clothing. A nice Clay wor. d
the $~.50 kind only $1 5(i. All wool clay worstet
Ur Millin ery Department i.
'ttirst styles that wo have over shown . It is tii
.Ren., Women's, Misses and E
of Menti's, \Vomien's, Missos and Boys Shoes at i
hey can (1o l;t
ar and iFarmn
:iudwt' in i, ,utiy. All kinds of turn plows,
,te.t c%))op;:s, Cross Cut anl haud Saws, Caruei
iheat ;wniig tlolit'ne and wt. 1it,vo a full suipply of w
Our slp'cc iL too sman:ll to begin to enumerate t
essit y. le m.li viuaii wants souethiog Osp.acia
ad the peculinrities tud tastes of our custoners in
E01siuc to &e1 cheap,
~ade-~ C I
the tr-mgi vtublic to the
~y shown at Mrs. Curetons.
Orackers. *
rybody that everything is
d that the best candy is not
from us./
of Hams, Fish, Lard, Cotteleno,
moeso always 0on hand.
Load and Slate Pencils, Slates
-- ... -.............- Par ties ow
Don't put us 01
too Late foJ Them-- \ve appi
and all those things\ J
themn aro sure to please. No -
atisfaction if you buy your shoes
cantco every shoe wo sell to give
over shown in Greenville to so.
Reginning Mch
..25 P
E3SS All straw h1
tt$h ihUnel . $20 00 Suits
hould befigo anow $12 38. $
begin horwork.and suits now $7.60.
-ur suits nojir $3 75.
PELLETS 50ocents ptan
re thtcmts o now 75o. $2 pa
JrY to any.paiM the $8e $5 pants 1no
li, fsd* ? All floods Sold I
aI.~v coe Q
at trado in its history. When we planted our foot
centers iu upper kouth Carolina and judging from
n the statmntt that wo have fulfilled our promise.
as over been brought to this part of the stato.
th Carolina in large quanties for spot cash at prices
>-called competition, and from
1st, 1903,
ities that has over been known in this part of the
luting good dress styles, at 4c per yard.
taudarl Prints sells for So, our prico, 34c.
hocks good stiles at only 4ets,
hoeting the 5cts kind only 4c.
s well, waros well and at 15 to 25 por cent cheaper
,uit the kind you havo always paid $5.00 for only
1 the $10.00 kind only $6,00. French worsted from
Complete. A A
no you woro getting your fall hat
OyS S.aoes....
nteresting prices and when it comes to values in
Disc Harrows, Disc Plows, Cultivators, Grain Drills
item tools, Piping, l;"l$ i n l"ildprs Hardware.
beat Fertilizers, annc
he seasonable goods i
Ily suited to his Or he
mind, the stock show
Do -
Suit I
A Good Shoe or
A Stylish Hat?
We have just
a nice new stock
of these and
a lot of other.
New Goods
invite alli
to come and
,et us Have Our Money.
ig on account wvill please pay promptly this lya 1
f longer.
wrt Credit Makes Long Friends."
eciate your friondship.
nday n
er Cent Discoun~t off the Kegular rnce..
its at 83) per cent discount. No hat carried frotn last
now $15.00. $18 00 suita nlow *18.50. $16 50 sulit
>.00 suits rio $11, 25 $12.50 ansui now $9.88. $10.00
$8 00 suits now $0.00. $6.00 suiti no0W $4.50. $5.00
ta now 88 cents. 75 cebte pan,tl' 67 tientN. $1 *panit
rIts now $l.50s *3.panty now $2.26,' *4 E)tIs n)IL
w $8.75. $6 pants noW $4 60.
~or CASlI. -Reteet$' the bate

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