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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 8 February 1900

e P~eople's JournaL~ T. 0. ROBINSOli, Edler. PUBLISHED' EVERY iURSDAY. A Subscription One Dollar a JearIt CEntered at the Post oficoe at Pickens ai sooond-olass mnatte-. THURSDAY, FEW. 0, 1900. Cohuambila Lette2. Editor Journal: I r-ee from your last issue that you did not ge my t last communication last week. I t wrote and mailed it as usual on a Saturday. t Well, Mr. Editor, the legislative inill is still grinding and apparent ly will continue to grind until about tho 17th of this month. At whichi time I think we will adjourn as there is there is some doubt ,whethor the members can get pay for over forty days. We ought to adjourn sooner, but thero is no use of trying to, because tho majority is in favor of staying here the full forty days. A very important joint resolution has passed the House, instructing 'ho Attorney General to investi 4'1 trusts that have been I guano, whether such con panies bavo any right iness inl this State accord ar laws. t dfauldin, of Greenvillo, in lIot...

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. — 8 February 1900

The Peopie 6.. Lodal and Personal. -Read Registration notice in this issue. -M. B. Evans, of Stewart, wae here on business Tuesday. -Miss Stella Newbery is very ill at her homo in town. -A very largo crowd was horo Monday attending tho sales. -W. A. Palmer is confined to his room with rheumatism. -Born unto Mr. and Mrs. Thfes Lynch on the (6h inst., a fino joy. -Dr. W. F. Aulstin D)ontst, will be in Easley Tuesday ovelinlg and Weduesday. -The youn, peoplo of Piekoin lid a very enjoyablo dance in Freemuran's hall 'hursday night. -Jas. . Harris, of Field, who his been very ill [Ur some tim.?, we are sorry to say is not any bWtter. -W. E. Iliendrcks, J. 1L. Kenne mur and J. T.Ie L>por have received theircommissionsas Sipqrvisorio Registratoin. -Deputy Coilector Rico andl Deputy Marshal lionry (jrady cut1 upl) an (ighty ga :" still On Eaista toe river last week., -T. J. Mauldin, wh-> livei near Six Mile churci hid the misfortune to lose his 011 biblt.1inugs, buggy and forage by fi...

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. — 8 February 1900

The People's Journal PICKENS S. C. WORK OF CL EMSON COLIA'G E. The report of the board of trustees of Clemson College gives an iliterestin" summiary of work the past yeva: In Submitting this, the tenth annuizl report of Clemson (llege , as required by law, it is exceedingly grattifying to the board of trustees to state that, not Withstanding the low price of Cottoni and the consequent stringency in inoni cy luatters, the College has experiene ed during the year a1 degree of success beyond our most. sanguinle anticipa jions. President II. '. llaritzog has con tinued to (isp1ay an aptitude alilt ah ihty to manage the atfairs of tie Col lege and to hik careful mlanat1ielnt the presenit prosperous contiitiols are largely die. Owing to the extenisive sanitary iin proveuen ts miade there has been b hit very little sickness during the year. There have beenm no eases of a Serious mnature. At the beginiingi of, lte s(holasltic year ill SeptemIler last the lilillilie of aplplicants for allill...

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. — 15 February 1900

THlE. P EOPLE'S JUNL - Vol, io.---N() 3. A.PICKENS S. C., THURSDAY, FEB4RUARY ,qO.NE OLA AYAR THIU K[IjLING OF ARAD FM "And as for this man Files, we., have somuthing to say about him morrow which will be an eye-o)er to the citizens whom he i hood win This was the closing sentence of V editorial, and as Malcolm penned the lines about his lips grow more d termined, and there was a light in I gray eyes which boded ill for t aforesaid Files. The Hapsburg Arg was for reform, aid the young edilt had thrown himself, heart and so Into Lhe political arena. Haupburg-that is, the better el mont, which, as Is tue case in ma communities, had been a lotharp majority-was slowly awaking. 0< ruption was a festering sore upon ti body politic; decent Lmen kept aw from the primaries and almost fro the polls on election dav. The ci was in the hands of a gang who n only robbed taxpayers, but gave not ing in return. Tn; aver ige propert owner will statnd baing rubbed in taxi if he can only see some re...

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. — 15 February 1900

The People'sA Journal. T. C. ItBINSON, Editor. i'-JI IE 18 ) l'VE RY THURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a.a * Elutered~vt th 1o P1o1 Ooilco at .Vtekene asn TilU RlSI)AY, il. 15 190'). TII E HILL P1ASSEI).y. The0 hauso passed the seniate's. e dispensary bill, after a pmunlrqf. amendmuents, bad bcyn-giorlg Ar the discussion Mloiday and ~Tues The principlo1 6changes iade'tLy tju houle aru these:. - , - 'hat thu joint assombly shall elect tho direct.ots instead of otne by the senate ,.and two. by:.thq houso. That 'samples of Iquor submljitted by bi-lders shall not ex ceed a half pint in quantity, and. that b:ddors shall be bonded. That liquor solil 'to county This pnsors s0hal h10o at a pioi-ef.'.Iot more than -10 per cent. 'That county hoards ar to bo n111. point-l 1by the State board upon tho : recaimIII.'iIl.d tionI of the rec-spective ouni d1lyt 1ojgifioS in the gcaera I ass I y. That Io oflcial of State or :e 1a tv dis[iiosary Shall be ieiated1 w in the siXdh deIree to a: ye of Stat...

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. — 15 February 1900

The People's J ournal Local and Porsonal. -The legislature will adjouri tho 17th inst. -Auditor Hunt is kept ver, busy taking returns. .-.-Miss Bossie Bright visited n Groonvillo last week. -Please add Neal & Nowell , the phone list Central. -Tbo Pickons High school i still in a flourishing condition. -There will be a groat man delinquent tax payers this time. -J. MeD. Bruco and J. P. Care went to Greenvillo on business lae week. -Charlos Bowen, of Grconvilk wVs hero Sunday on a visit to hi parents. -Mrs. R. A. Hester is very sie at her home three miles soutihwes of town. -Tho trees appearcd in a neo dress Saturday about noon-the had on ice: -Dispensor llaker reported to u Monday that it rainod at his hous Sunday inight. -Solid us all the news fror your commuifty we aro alway glad to get it. -Note change in Fulgor & Thorn ley's advrtisement, this week . I will interest you. -The work on the tenmon house for the Eash-v cotton 11i i progresising mee!y. -liss Unality ial Su nio...

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. — 15 February 1900

The People's Journal PICKENS S. C. SOUTH CAROLINA'S MI48. INDUSTRY O1piisTl'A1 Y IN 0UND GI lECNVILLF. The owners' Prolits Are LIargi-The Towis Shows Sign of imprjo)e mkenit Anti Prospelity is xvilent on All Sities. '' - 1 Spccial Cor. New York Times. GREENyt1AA;, S. C., Janl. 31.-Pros perity could not have marked for special favor a prettier town in) South Carolina than Greenville. The face o nature is fairer here, possibly, than it is at Spartanburp, a few miles east am north, but also a little further awa; from the noble Blue Ridge that wall Greenville to the north. Greenvill is more advantageously placed that Spartanburg for improvement, for It founders chose for a site a plateau thai is without some of the hill dilliultie that will count when Spartanbri begins to raiso taxes for street anti other municipal improvement; tha are bound to come to both hewe thriv ing places. Greenville is not iss interesting a a development of the cotton manuifac luring indu:-try in tie Smith that ...

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. — 22 February 1900

TH E PEOPLE'S _______ VOL io.---NO.4- PICKENS S. C., T HURSDAY, FEBR UARY :, 1g. ON E DOLLAR A YEAR. THUI N W DISP1NSARY LAW. NEIW FIBAUREs IN TitE S1.s TsrIm. The Governor Has Slgnrd the- Bill as it Finally Passed the Gleneral Assembly. The following Is the full text of the now dispensary measure which was adopted by the Legislature: Section J. That Section 2 of an Act entitled " An Act to provide for the election of a State board of control, and to further regulate the sal-, use, con sumption, transportation and dit p jl tion of intoxicating and alcoholic li quors and liquids in the State ; and prescribe penalties for violation oi die pensary laws, to polica the same, ap- 1 proved March 6, 18906," as amended by i the Act approved 5th of himarci, 1897, 1 be stricken out, and in-urt in lieu i thereof the following, to b and to hb i known as Section 2: Section 2 That the Stato board of control is hereby abolished. Section 3 A board, consisting of < three members, to be known a, th...

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. — 22 February 1900

The People's Journa Fit C, 1'AJUINSON, Editor. T~loislEDEviRYTiURSDA' Subscription One Dollar a Yet Euerd t. t- h '.st. o llco tt Pickens i Secomi-e!iss mattr. 'lIl i: U SD)A Y, FEB 1. 22, 19.00. 1.EFG ASLATUUE. 'l'ho General Asscmbly of Sout (trei'1W11d 1ourn-d 1ast, Saturda after s( rvivg the peoplo of tho Sta overy day the law would allow the pay for and no longer. At oi time it soemed as if an extra s' h,.01n would be necesssary in ord to a the appropriation bill, the twc houses could not agroe < it house.' appropriation of $100,0 'n NaV rho lwich was i - i 1 . n. C. F'. Robins -' . Con t-:. It wN a-s inn free' cl')Ols an(d C get - - - t - e it .:tw tilO F11nal1 pittanc It. was not. ie( L .av 3\ e I() co1pettinII, )1 s cO th caseo wi h tOco e. . .:: il oduenti:)I mu! amide ih ibral State ap r ii . i re wil be a tin tI t the rear in o der to giv way t the liquor <qu i. was a pity that i0 pr ent I .i"lathun ~.lidnot worl (A.1 A "e i11n1. The good pe 1 .1t 0vWi t I -> M)tS...

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. — 22 February 1900

The eoi JaiL 4b -cottoil keevc- :,,I con111I2. to tlli" inarkot. -DI1r. 11hick, (if (Orcci.vill'o, x ill town Indt %vxk. .-Ro. A.Miri( , Of Nv a 1i hero Mojidahy Wvith f ic nii. -11. T1. Lewis9, 'if Llbvrty, wtm hioro MiIoldhly on j.ic. .-D)r. IV. F'. Alustind1 ti.7 will be in Eattsloy '7Mli and 28th i~ -ili sn1ow heroi (7aturday 11aS about two and a hal f inlicis dlecep. _A new smokcstack has boon put onl Olt, c-i"ifll 0. 0, Pekn LidaI~ J~(Ftl)g(r, of E.1sloy, vTjsjtc',I tho "M1isses F0lg.m., ill tovil, lazit ck -li" shsl~o nlIiLi, of 11-m. vard, N. C. , vij-tcd(' frienzds In towii-1 -M v. rf e. A ltexndm, NvIno linE3 beenl very ill for tionic tilm-, it, couivales...A.t -.1 W.T Mlrrs, of Nri~mG. v isi tfed his !;r othor A.. M . Mom. rj:') In townl, l11A wveA. vilsitedI hi.!; r ~ F1 ', i.V. 1 . P)artriJgq-. ilk --ek. Un~uhdin, of, ~l '' -Rey. -X' NV ''' ~ reacli at, (YI Xv 'l prelle': In.P: next Sund~vy roturis . for tho e - 10' t Io*' %vas ; i may3 hoe 11. In thoCr' -E .C~ J . .** ...

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. — 22 February 1900

TIM THE ACTOR. " Arent you a little more attentive to Mies Grald than it Is ntcessary for as attorney to be to his type-writerl?" asked Margaret Fenton of her brother. " Probably," he answered ; " but not more attentive than I find it agreeable, sister mine " " What taste you have ! She isn't even pretty." " Not particularly so: but all men are not fascinated by a pretty face; there are other qualities we admire." " if you want to be married for your money, by an ambitious young woman of no social position-uo family prestige -very well." "1 believe, Margaret, the ditler3neo between the Geralds and ourselves Is simply a question of money. Mother, was it not yourself who asked me to employ Miss Gerald." " Yes, Donald ; her father and yours were college chums; your father chose a mercantile life and made money; Mr. Gerald entered the ministry ; he and his wife are educated, retined peo. ple, but, as Margaret says, are poor. I am glad you could show your fattner's friend a favor by find...

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. — 1 March 1900

THE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL VOL 1o.---N. - ICKENS S. C., THURSDAY, \\ A 1 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. A RFPUB4I1C OR MONARCHY? DOCTRIt NI OF StLF'-GOVKRCH4Nl' The Dill'erelnce Between Imii perialisml and the Goveriilelt rum atled by Our Itevolutionary iFathers. Tho sp -(ch of Hon. Wa. J. Bryan in Columbia s one of the at'est olforts of this gifteo and accompished leader, and his c1 a ussion of the Philippine question merits a careful perusal in every household. Mr. Bryan spoke as follows : I want to speak for a little while about the Philippine (uestion. It is not surprising that tile party that favored- the income tax and favored bimetallism and oppo3ed industrial trusts should also stand by the princi pies upon which this government is founded and sbould o)poso the conver sion of a homogenous republic into a heterogenous empire. I say it is nlot, strange, but it is strange that the Ie publican party that thoug ht in 1i-M; that this country was not big enough to attend to its own business is now b...

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. — 1 March 1900

The People's Journal. T1, C. It' )MINSON, Editor. 1Tm.l!E0EVEltY THlURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year I-tt-re i1 at Ih, l'os, Otivo at Pickons a" T i 'V >;: Y .\It2'Ii 1, 10). 'hIe I.gi.0atiure. The legi:.tn! r adj urtied sino die on Satunlay night the 17th uit. A great imany 1 ilst3 vere killed, soic that thoul h ave become law and some that tshould not. Soinowereo passed an(Id bee-.in law that should not have passed. The legislaturo is a great plico to learn It iW here that you find out the true principles of mahiliood and also that of doma gogy. It isi easy to tell a statemnan, a manl"' who believes in and stanids up for the r.i.: of the people, and it is in thW legisa re that this class iS easiily d1 Sh> [d frm that o i- oi a n wir pna r'mAih in-t. '1hini tha -r )o[f the'~ bit-e ct !!-4. Tithev ceo ii,-l (if we are I() -i- L e) l ett they on ijil .. t v il i o lweitItu w il 'Ia ide. that the So I t n ?(them thetre. ( thifact I have olyvi 1 , the. itppropriat ionI bill...

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. — 1 March 1900

The People's J ournal'. Local and Person~al. -Do you read Tin! JouRNAL? -Thirty-ono siood tho examina. tion Fri(lay. -Whew I didn't the wind blow, Sunday, and wasn't it cold. -Several Libortyites mado their appearance in town Monday. -D. A Cooper left Thursday for Charlotto, w.0here ho holds a nico position. -Dr. W. F. Austin, dentist, will )e in Pickens March the 6th, and 7th 1000. -Charles L. Curoton and wife, of Columbia are visiting 'their pari ents here, -Auditor hIunt and wife visit ed rolatives tind friends in Daous ville last week. -Treasurer Young blood s)ld tweity-oighO t hbaes; of cottCn on tilh1 23d ult., for cents. -Miis A lina Simith o RIu 1 Andorson counti, is vi.in.iilg Miss Stella Nowbery tii week. -Mr s. A. ). . l'0gor, of Ga IV noy, is sponding awli n' \\ ith the family of Judge J. 11. Newhery. -Miss Anni. IKi', of SuiWIny Dale, is visitmi her sist'r, Mrs. Thomas Lyiel , in town, this week. -Doc. F. Paco and J. M. Wartd left Mondey for Ashiv3lo, where they will vi...

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. — 1 March 1900

The People's Journal PICKENS S. C TEI DAUGHTI R Or Till MILIL IANID ie hadn't slept soundly. ith' raeli slept soundly now. t. wast his ago surelv, ho was only .5 and it ouln'i he hls busint sS aiairs. for ail his in vestltsilt~tS Were sound and huig)hly' re munerativ', and is 1argo itnomie wwa rapidly increasing. No. ite mtuist lho for tihe cause' elsewhere. rl'rliln i would he weil to contsult a docto'. lie arose and lie hLiiim the gas loiokI at his watt11. It wats half-past fout lie went to a window t hat ineed th east aind raied the aish. 'Thtl at' ctan in coot Intid fragrait. L,0w tiown h the far-away ridge streaks of paht' hg were .howilig. Iiran doni. " I have'n't seent' onte since was It hoy." lie hastily dressed hi mi it bathed h1i face and hande.. " '' I it from the outside." h' adidead. :w softly creept 1ig down t he' it11*rW found his hat, and op1t1n w tn r door descended the -,tmie p. tt to the street. As he faced the e'-t at." n11 louwly Itiong tilt.' av n' I) ii t . ai...

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. — 8 March 1900

HE EO STEPEOPLE'S J VOL io.---NO. 6. PICKENS S. C., THURSDAY, MAKRII 8, 190O. ONE DOLLAR A BUNCH 0F GRASS. In the quiet dusk of a summer even ing half a dozen men were seated in front of a ramehacaile old building that bore this sign : :STORE AND POS'r OPiici.: One of the men had been telling a story. " This man that went down to LPresno," he was saying, " felt mighty bad because the girl wouldn't marry him, and did all he could to boom the liquor business. One day he ran into a fortune teller, who told him he must steal a hair from the tail of a blue roan horse, between midnight and day light, and carry the hair in his vest pocket. Then he would have good luck for a year, and any girl he fell in love with would marry him right away. "Now, blue roan horses are not so plenty, but one day the man sees one and thinks he'll get good luck in stanter. So he holds out a twenty-dol lar gold slug and asks the man driving the horse for a hair out the horse's tail. The man that owned the horse...

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. — 8 March 1900

hf. People is Journal ' C. I)1IlNSON, Iblitor. rt ~iilCDI*AI-,iIY Til1URS8DAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year Ertered at the 'ost Offico at Pickens as T1It'ID)AY, 11I.0H 8,1003. %'EE'CII OF TILLMAN. Ii Journal editor is indobtod t, Senator Tillman' for' a copy of his specc inl the Senato of the Uni. ted States. made on the 29th day of Ja1iary, 1900. The subject of his ora tion was the raco issue and aniexatiml of the Philippines. The min questi on raised in his argu. ment was. "Can our republic stand whown it erects a military despotism in tho Spanish I sland and governs oiutld(e1 the Constitlitioll 1111d 011 tra-y toi tle declaration Of in(10 p'lnene.::. (Of course Sonator TIan ai (-p used the nlegative s-idt' of the questll alld debated it with hi uual o 11co and ability. It is impsible to g 11 Iv ae riew of tno -p,-h in the hmits of the *,'N::ru : eahnanls, bult it is proper to -yt::t ho, wrs (quall to tho oc '.j sin : rv(l his remllarks by He.l ipti luotationl, to wit: ' i- h \i...

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. — 8 March 1900

The People's Journal. Local and Personal. --Do you road Ti: JouNAL.? -J. C. Alexander has purchased a fine horso. -Mrs. Arthur Hunt is vory ill * at her home in town. -Read communication from a Land Owner this week. -J. T. Cbildress, of White, was here on businoss Monday. -The condition of Capt. F. R. Partridge is somewhat improved. -Miss Unity Rigdoni, of Table Mountain, is visiting friends here this week. -Dr. W. F. Austin, will bo in Easlef noxt Tuesday evoni.g aid Wednesday. -WO wero pleased to soo Geo. Lathem, of Dacusville, on the streets Sunlday. -There was a very largo crowd in town Salesday and too it was bone yard day. -Joh Gilstrap, of Cateechoe, was in town Monday among his nlu merous friends. -A. R. N. Folgor, of Gaffnoy, was in town this week. His many friends were glad to see him. -Thcer wias a very onjoyable so ciable given tt, the residence of Elvin E. Perry last Saturday n ight, -Mr. B. Lovis' house on Fac tory street is fast nearing complo. tion, and when complete...

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. — 8 March 1900

The People's Journal FICKENS S. C TI E NEW PENSION JAW OF TlE STATE The Act is 15tM'h on llccommntna oion of' file 1initehl Coifedracc Veteranls- In5teresi ig to the Od Sotldfier's of tis Statle. The following is tie flow pensio: law, baeCd 11pon1 recommondation8 01 the Confederate Veterans' association of the State. Th'e, bill was introduced by %Jr. 1'atton, of 1Richlaand, at theih request. The net wats approved 1eb rI'ary 11 ).I 'overnor \lcSweeney Section 1. Be it enacted by the gen. eral assemlibly (of the State of South Carolial :. Tile 1.um1 of at least one hundred thou-a1ndl dolars shall be an anual ly atpp 4r 'it' e1dII 41 to pay the pen. ions ridd (forN by this act, anid in caso the iame, or ruch amount as shall h approlpiated, shall he insufllieont, then the amnount '44 amf)apriattod shalli be distributed propotLionately among those legiliy vnt~itled to receive the sameric : 'rovidUd, 'I ht t.hoo pension ers describd 1n ub ilhdivision (a), sec. tion .1 herei. h t\ have bee...

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. — 15 March 1900

HE _EO LE'SJ R VOL io.---NO. 7. PICK ENS S. C., THURSDAY, MARCH 15, goo. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. LO1VE AT LONG RANGE. CharIcs O'Meara was an operator in Now York on one side of a quadru plexed wire running to Chicago. The operator on the corresponding side in Ctilcago .was Miss Amy Davidson. Both were expert, and the manner In which they kept their message hooks clear excited the admiration of their chiefs in their respective offices. O'Meara was a handsome and intelli gent young Irishman, with jet black hair and mustache and great, soulful blue eyes-one of the kinct of men who seem almost unconsciously to possess the power of fascination over women. After having worked the wire to gether a few months O'Meara and Miss Davidson became well acquainted, although, of course, neither nad i-ver seen the other. They had abundant opportunities for conversation in the early morning before the rush of busi ness of the day began and in the late afternoon when the rush was over. There is sort of tel...

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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