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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 16 November 1899

The People's Journal. To C. jROJUINSON,* -'ditor. ~jirslz ~ni5'ImY 'TH URSDAY. abscription One Dollar a Year Jrntored at tho Post Onfico at Pickens as ADVERITISING llATiS. Ono dollar per inch for first insrti'on, fif -.cents for xacit ..ulenpient .insortion. ibT'raf licOtint for advertisomelts -on an tal contract's: Terma cash. Annual con a1tts, pay able quar'terly.. Locall nlotices, inl local' C6li1mn, 10 cents or line for first; in.ertlon'tw d ivo lents for whl subs1weqtentt itisert 101. , No favorit es. Ono price to all. No spe lal position or s.1eial rates to fore'igi ad ertisera. All such mitst take. tho riun of ln paper and ahido. by such-rates. Atvrtiseiwnts for comui ng issue should e handed in not later than Monulay uorn [g. Tlx editor will nit he :--polrib-l for the ie-wS a in lj iosf li oflS e0 On.u lttits, un ess the imm-' are elit' ri rsed. TIiIl' I D.\ Y. N V \ :4.9. Tho State Fair last, e,: was a qia ti l cc iC S it] il it Vs , i C t, 8. :gran sucs n a 'ects. V1he exh...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 16 November 1899

The People's Journal. Local and Personal. -Dr. W. F. Austin will be in Piokens next Tuesday and Wednes day. .-Born unto Mr. and Mrs. Judge M. Welborn on the 10th instant, a daughter. --The new hotel at Easley will be oompleted in a short time. It is a nice one. -Will Jenkins. who is merchan dising at Piedmont, was here on business Tesiday. --If there is no cross mark on your paper, it may be the subscrip tion has been paid. -Looli at your receipta,. and if you owe The Journal any* on- sub scription, please pay it. -The Bethlehem school.' will open Monday the 20th jmet., with Mrs. Flora Lathem as'teaober. -Rev. A. J. Williams delivered an able sernon to a large congre gation' at George's Creek.. Sunlay. -For your ladies capes, all nico, new and cheap, call at the Wreck store* in Gveenville. It will pay you. -D. F. ]race, one of our new merchants, is erecting a neat and uubstaitisl shelter in front of his stors. -ote t(be Shango in the r.dver tisement of T. D. larrisi in this issimo. ...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 16 November 1899

The People's Journal. PICKENS S.C. A PRISMA TICCOUR TSH IP W1oman'Is I1ome1 Com1panion. The Fuerst Bismairck was just, leatv ing the dock at Hoboken. Up aud down tihe gangplin k surged a imovina throng-stwalitrds laden with hand bag gage, truck., piled with steaumer trunks, girls il seago i ng costuies with thecir irils filled with rost's and faces bright with atiltmitI tion , oi ld I'er wollul wit. sobeir countnanc. Ipcakiig se riolsly to gi on i -on aI d aughte rs, who wcre to be left lh i nd, lusiness men, look ing importaint, a1tll college girald uates. Stil Calrerl-Uke and inltoxicatedi witlh their Iewly round liberty. It wit, a motely cro1w d, pIihit2, in hattin 1i., l augh inj in thL bright .IinC lUiiinle. The gong -umb i fo' thC last time, the stcv.arl:- rl'ued a' aIid, siouting, "All ahort -'. anLd the inali11lessages iros;e ill cboruit. Slowly the great ,hip rtvung 1 arounid and the cable lene Tld-. The faces oil the dock were g ral 11iy I s t in I con. 101fused sensbe of ...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 30 November 1899

THE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL VOL Q.---NO. 45. PICKENS S. C., THURSDAY,, NOVEMBER 30, 1899. ONE DOLLAR A YE Silver Dollars Given Aw Greenville, S( We have placed in our store a Silver Dollars. We have had made fo will unlock the box. With every Ca given a key attached to a tag. Keys month after October 1st, and the Hlob be given $5.00 as a present. This is a new and novel way we la in cash what we have heretofore paid greater number will be benofitted. SMITH & You will find the bl Men's Wear at GREENVI Sole agents for Stetson's Stiff Hats. Sc REPUBLICANS WILL' (JOlTR1OLi The United States Senate Will Now Pass Under the Control of the Re Republiean Part-. At the beginning of the approach ing ses3ion of Congruz - l: t- will hi almost a complete roorganlzadton of the United States Senate, as that body for the first time in many years will pass under the complete control of the Republicans. The majority of the Re publicans will be not less than sixteen, and in the event of the death of Sena ...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 30 November 1899

T. C. ROBINSON, Editor. 'UrI'lSIi lf1D EVERtY JTIRSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year Entered :t. tho Post Ofilco at Pickons as second-class matter. ADrERTISING RATES. O eC dol ar pr inch for first insertion, fif ty conts for each 8lbsequont insertion. J i eral diseen'int for advertisoinents on an nual contracts. Torms cash. Annual con tracts, aablo quarterly. Loca linotievs, in local column, 10 cents por lineo f ' ,rs insertiotl and fivo ceits for oach suslqiient iitsertion. No favoril vs. Ono price to all. No spe nMal position or special rates to foreign ad vertisers. All such must tako the run of the paper al abido by such rates. Advortiseicuts for coinig issuo should bo handed in not. later than Monday morn .'ho editor will not. be responsible for thi viwti aid opinions of correspondents, un )ess wt samie are editorially endorsed. Til UlSDN1AY, NOV. 80, 1899. Bofore the llited States gotl through with her troubts with thc F;ji.in a r3nd is p1lungedI in t wv n o0 -. Th Ie 11!u, ...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 30 November 1899

T .paV ancd P roal. Loeal newsi i3 $ery o 'his week. Y.o. -.r wa ! h ,oj. uo 1 v- a I1 t L. ty 1A 110 I. . --1 dh 4. :R no m-ir mud e. ?.,ur papes it may It op iu.eurip i.i hu' been ,9i. CW ool in ktiet N. 3-. :ddrE trusto'e, Porter, S. 0. -Loolr at your receipts ad It you owe TAo Journal any on sbil. soription, pleaso pay It. -Mass Corrie Boggs, of lirt, is visiting friends and relatives at Owens Station this week. --ohn iobinson, son of Dr. Rob inson, who got his arm mashod at, the Liberty oil mill, is improying. -rho Wolf Orook white school, district No. 29, will open noxt Monday tho 4th with B. A. Allgood principal, -ionry Lawrouce, colored, who lives ol West end of town, brought a large turnip to this office Mon day. It weighed seven poundq. -Don't fail to road tho now ad vertisement of Pride & Patton Greenville, in this issue. It is toresting and will bo to your inter est. Whon you go to Greenville call on thom. -All the Secona singers and .also all lovers of music aro inv...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 30 November 1899

u DOROT'SS M PRODiGAL. w A Thanksgiving Story. "Well, I don't s'pose anybody eve saw the likes o' that!" said Miss Polly. The thing that nobody ever saw the like of was a tear. It had rolled dOW1I Ilss Polly's wrinkled cheek and fallen on her hand. Whilo she looked at it curiously another tear slipped down the other check and dropped beside its fellow, w~'here it glistened as her hand trembled. "Well, I vowl" murinured Miss Polly, in amazement. Words could go no further. When Miss Polly "vowed," there was noth ing more to be said. All this was be. cause the physician had como in from the other room and had said In his genial way: "She's ever so much bettor this morn Ing, Miss Polly. I think she'll pull through." That was how it happened that the two tears were glittering on Miss Pol ly's hand. They were very inconsist ent tears, and Miss Polly had always been consistent. It was like turning her whole life wrong jde out, and shte realized it. In the first plio, Miss "YoU ARE AUNT POL...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 7 December 1899

THE EO PE'S JoRNA VOL 9.---NO. 46. PICKENS S. C., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1899. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. Silver Dollars Given Av Greenville, E We have placed int our store Silver Dollars. We have had made f will unlock the box. With every C given a key attachel to a tag. Keys month after October 1st, and the H1c be given $5.00 as i present. This is a new and novel way we h in cash what we have heretofore paid greater number will be benofitted. AT SMITH & You will find the I Men's Wear at GREENV Sole agents for .Sietson's Stiff I1ats. Si CAPT. JOHN PAUL. JONES. AMEILiA'S GIAT NAVAL HIIlO. The Proposition to Bring Back Ilis Remains to tihe United States-lis Home Was in Fredericksbuirg, Va. The Fredericksburg correspondent of the Richmond Dispatch gives the following informant'on in rogard to John Paul Jones, which will prove interest Ing to our readers : " The announeqment that the re mains of th : uistingukihed naval hero, .lohn Paut Jones, have been located in Paris, France, brings to t...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 7 December 1899

f~4 N PUBISA [) JV1ERY "WEJt'T p . Y, Kr AIVERTISING RAT1ES. Ono dollar per inch for first insertion, t-f sy ce nt for nela stbseont insertion. Liberal isiotnt for ativertisements on an oual cont rat. Terms cash. Amumal con tracts, pviyablo quarterly. Lotal notices, in local column, 10 cents por line for tirst insertion and tive cents for each tlmh'iluent insertion. No faItrifte4. One priet to a)). No spe ciel ption o: special rates to foreign ad vertisor All must tako the run of lthe aper Ol .1 *bido by stch rat0s. Adve ensi ofor coming issue' should be han.1 n t ater than Monday inorn Ili. hoe e riot be responsible for thIe* net'v : .- n is of oe rvIeN.mdnt1 s, un l . are edit rnally endorseil. V 111'C. 7, 11>7. (1 . v- ,I fX,' VV r:- :. l\ira Clumislav. 1l 11 : c ets of comphliilnt ye- h cently, fo r the reai.(n tha't the edi tor has4 nort htt'ly.' w-tngmc torjil w:> il iiic for thosemuch 8 chumns. This was a complain *l n disguisob to the editi)r, fur : d often ground bdt ...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 7 December 1899

Ule etMUp s 0tiri1ai. Loca) and_ Personal. --'700 pound Wlito fL4tad foi balo by Dt'. G. W. Earl. -Born uuto MIr. and Mis. J. W. Earle on the 281 oit., .aughter. -Dr. W. F. Auini will be in Easley Tuosday ankd Lih~irty Wed-. nousday, -See ntotice f Wild Trky to. bacco iri t Iih muu 1Ud wh youk no other. 1lm o, -re .I. Is J,2 4 luii.c ii v ,,-j4 bric i vi ;i' or, Roy' W VS . Woioan, j poundiln m"I '"nYo :- v. tis(eInoist aw: jr .* j W .1 arkin t hi issue. Hie is offlring i clieap and wien im town call1 and see li-.n. -Read the now advertise'uient of John 'T. B()gga, of Libert.y, In this isi. It is int1(resting aid when yO niecd anything in his lino call on himl. ---Married, onl tho 3d inst., at tho residence of the brido's l atdhr, N. R. Kennmorem-. Mr'. Thos. S. Ramnsey to Miss Bula Kenneiore. All of Pickens county. Rev. W. C. Seaborn ofliciatod. -Married, December 3d, 1899, at the residoIce of tho brito's hrother, Mr . John Ferguson, Mr. Frank Roper to Nliss Thursie For guson. All ...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 7 December 1899

ANGELA. By OLINTON ROSS, (Oopyright, 1899, by Clinton Ross.) The scandal mongers of the wheel are confined mostly to thoso who cannot or do not wheel. Not so long ago women wero likely to make mental faces at other women who rodo, but as soon as they themselves were spinning along with a freedom they never had fancied they straightway wondered at all these allegations. And how indeed does a brisk turn under the sky and between the fields drive away cobwebby notionsI In the old days a canter might do it, but a horse is a lixiury, and, even if you can afford it, it is ever getting out of condition and to be fit must have a modicum of constant exercise. But now all go a-spinning, the horseman as well as the one time long distanco walkers, the sinners and those who strive to ro gain this oil world from the curse. Among these latter no one is better equippcd for the ancient fight than the rector of St. Matthew in the Park, the Rev. Leiue-l Springer. With body and mind attuned to a fine h...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 14 December 1899

NO. 47. PICKENS S. C. THURSDAY, DECEMBER OLARAE. THE PRESIDE THE .GODSAN "DoWN WITH Great Stress Laid or Philippines -Ouba Have Stable To the Sen-%te !eal Uouse of ltpresen tatives : At the-thr'shiod of yoei delibera tions, YOU IAr-43 04led t) mOUrn I With your countrymen the death of Vice l'rie4i(lent l1)h miL.-. w4ho pis.sed from this life on th imorining of November 21it, a 1:s jriat 'mi now rests in eternal peace. M3is urivate life was pure aid ulevated, while his public career was ever di-itinguislied by large cap iiy, stainle-s int.ogrity and ex. alted niotives. Ile has been removed fromn the hi g n ollico which he honored and dignified, but his lofty charactor. his devotion to dity, his honesty of purpose and nobWe virtu s remain with us as a priceless leg!acy and ex!LUiple. Tho fifty-sixth Congross convenes in its first regular eession with the coun. try in & condition of unusual pros'. perity, of universal good will 'amoofnL the peoplc at home, and in relations of peace...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 14 December 1899

The next : session- o.- We0 bouth Carolina legislature is rapidly ap proaching and tho members 'her'of are gotting their bils in shape for consideration. A great many of these bills will dio in the commit too rouny, seio will cease to exist before the General Assembly ad journs aid a few will become law. Each meimber feels th at he in ust do siomething for his constit3ecy, and hence the multitude of bills that go Upon tho calendar. Too much is expected of tho members by the the )'opl. and in tho effort to moQeL ta.at. )xpectation, much val uable timo is squandered in the introductionl and Conisideration of unimportant bills. Yet the mom bor1s have gwat responsibility upon them which0 ima)y peoplo) never seem to appreciate. Often the voters appe-ar to concern themsel vos more a1bout, the Selection of ien for all the offices than they do for suitablk members to make their l1ws. Inl a Sei.So thv h lvogat ion inl fho legis ltiro is the guardian of the coun.. ty's intir As. No utter of t...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 14 December 1899

The. reople s ourna.i. Local and Por al. -Read Auditor's niouce, in tlis.3 issue. -Read some changef',s in Dr. Earle's ad. this wook. -700 pounds Whito Lead for sale by Dr. G. V. Earlo. -B. E. Grandy went to Augusta on business (today,) Wedicday. V --Wilton IHoster now stands be hind.the counters ot John F. Har ris8. .. . . :. -Mfr. and 1Mrs. Perrin 0IDef4 I Easloy, visited relati~escsii .t.ow' last weok. . . -'Tho County chain gang is doing good %'V;ork' ,14 o West En1d. -Ldowyor ain - . ing very mul~ch withl rht1. '-t fw b his gightiog. -A. W. 1i4olgor all Smith, of EavlIey, wve, - 'neS Monday. -Miss Ella Sitton . t on, visited 'li0s Jen town thiS week, -Born uito 1. a IIughes, of none to int., an hoireon,. -Only a 1,hort. . I! anId We hlope?. will linvo a . --Don't fat.! t d, ( h-A tiFetilont or C;-4 r. Hr i a n d l( A MN-aytiold, of 01!-,nr tives and fimilai ait wook. .-Fre~eman & Heidrb ly have a big bt <t They arrived thi s wee; I sold cheap. -The cond4ition of is somew...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 14 December 1899

Silver Dollars Given Aw Greenville, S We have placed in our store a Silver Dollars. We have had niade fo will unlock the box. With every Ca given a key attached to a Ing. Keys month after October 1st, ad11( the Hold be given Q5.00 as a present. f&, This is a new an(d novel way we ha in cash what we have heretofore paid j greater number will be henelitted. AT - SMITH & You will find the bc Men's Wear at GREENVI Sole agents for -'letson's Stiff 1Hat. THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE3. our race and our tra diLions, a great oil portulity comes with them. The is antis Ito Under tie sliiteLr of ou11r flag. They are ours by every titie of law and1 equity. They cannot he. abadOnd If we desert tbeml, we Ilave i li at onice to ana1rchly and finally to hairhark.1 We fling them, a gomdeln aippl of di.-; cord. aimlong tit? rir'l 1ower't. 110 One o' whiCh could periit another to i e!.Z them uinquestion. Their rich plains and vnl.irys would be the scenC ( f endh l.!-i strl-ifei and bllo l shed. The...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 21 December 1899

R IM HE EP VOL .---NO. 48. PICKENS S. C., THW, DECE1 Silver Dollars Given Aw (1reenville,' S We have placed in..our store V Silver Dollars. We have had made ft will unlock the box. With every Q given a key attached to.a tag. Keys month after October 1st, and the 1o0 be given $5.00 as a preont. This is a new ard novel way we h in cash what we have heretofore paid greater number will be benoflItted. ATr SMITH & You will find the b Men's Wear at GREENV Sole agents for Stetson's Stiff Hats. Se THU NXAI, INVESTIGATION. REPORT OF JOINT COMMITTEE. The Attorney General's Concise and Comprehensive sumumary of the Results. The report of the joint committee "Lo investigate the affairs of the State penitentiary," appointed at the last session of the general assembly, has just been issued from the presses of the State printers, and is being sent to the membera of the general assembly, who are asked to preservo their copies. The volume contains 458 pages. Pre liminary to the report of the com...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 21 December 1899

per Ilio for first, inserton aiu oi u a - oalh subsetinient. insert-ion. No favorites. Ono price to all. No spe cMal por.tionl 01r speci.i rates to foreign ad. vortisera. All stieit must take the run of the ip&er nand :tide lv stch rates. AtIve'rtiIserentit i sc fort citning isstto shoultd he hatwlvl inl ntit. later than Monday morn TLe editor w ill not i r- ponsible for the '0ews, : anIo op'inions of cor-respont ntl , unlt less the s.5 uine :.ro editoiaitllv endorsed. Til1l1S ).\Y, DECW. 21, 1891.. CONGRE >N. At this writing Congress has not adjouinal f-r the holiday reces:b but aftesr W\ed nesday the imember will bw free from duty uintil the re rumption (if businso for tho new year. The financial bill will be forced thrnIIh t he House ard the result is :. I,. L n): co llch isioll, as it will receviri' 4 eveIr Republican Volo Aind at 1,:1. :1 bL ikmcTic votes. Tho -n'u :,ill recefive this bill and refer it I: commit too onI finance'. It *-. x *ted to be cola dor-ed by i, inl...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 21 December 1899

The People's Journal. Local and Personal. --Hon . U. Carpenlitur, o'f i kiggs wad here 'L'tesdfaly. .-Coron er JO)es, of Bvigge, 'was horo oil huinoi 'ITusday -Born unto Mr. and Mrs. R; E, O#ver on the 17th imst., a fine baby boy: -Mi' Cra Bowen closel a very successful school at Peter's Creek Friday. - -The Hlagood school will op0n first Monday in Jarniary with John D. Edene as principal. -. .1 Roper, of Central Town ship, was here on business and among friends Monday. -FOR SALE: ...Gooj miluh cow with young calf. 'Call - on Jesse J. Lewis, Andrs.o'y Mills, S C. Rood the new advertisonleilt or ohn F. liarri, in '. D. .Harris' epace this week. It Will be of in terest to you. -There will bo aff entertain ment given at the Liber'y liigl school on vlext Friday Iight Dec. 22. Admission 10 cents. -The congregation at 'the Bap tist Church Sunday and Stiliday night were treated to two uxcollent sermons delivorod by tho pastor, Rev. A. J. S. Thomas. -There was a iad dog in the neighborhood ...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 21 December 1899

The People's Journal. PICKENS. -,c:e THIS FACTS AS TO SMAL4, POX OBSERVATIONS OF AN PXPERT. The Dreaded Disease Not Very Severe in Recent Years-The Con-. fluent Form is Wot cospmon Now. Aethe question of sm'aIlox is again demanding the attention of the healtb authorities and the. public generally we present abummary of a paper by W. M.Welch, M. D., of the Philadel phia municipal hospital (pest house), ublished In the Philadelphia Medicai ournal of Nov. 18, 1899. Two or three years ago, says De Welch, a mild type of smallpox al peared in the Southern States. While the, disease was recognized as infec tious, its diagnosis was rendered dtffi cult in part by reason of the unusuai mildness of its symptoms and also b3 cause of the inexperience of the younger generation of physicians in dealing with smallpox. The mild type of the affection has been ascribed to Its supposed introduction from the tropics, but, this is questionable. In an experience of 29 years of hospital work, which include...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 4 January 1900

*.. 00 E.---N0. . PICKE S' C., THURSDAY, JANUARY AO VOY4 .~NO 49.PICKN~s~S. C, 11IJ1~DAYJA.NONYE,9090.AR JANUAKY 1900 SUN MON TUE WED TRU IRI SAT 3. 4 36 7 8 910 11 12 13 1411 I16 17 18 19 20 21 22.23 24.25 26127 28 29 30 31 Silveir D.ollars Given A way by Smith & Bristow G~reenville, Southi Carolina. we have placed inou 011'itore a handsome Oak Money-Box containing Silver Dollars. We have hadt made for us a muniber of keys, some of which wvill unilock the box. With every C2ashi Purchase of $1.00 or more will be given a key attachicr to a 1tag. Keys canl he tricd the first Saturday in each month after Octuober 1st, and the Holders of Keys That, Unlock..the B~ox wvill be given $5.00 as a presen~lt. Th'lis is a. new arnd nov'el way we have of advertising, and give to our trade in cash wvhat w~e haive heretofore paid for advertising, wi Ih the hop~e that the -~ :-cater numbler w ill be benefittedi. SMITH & BRISTOW'S You wvill find the best of everything in Men's Wear at Popular...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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