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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 5 July 1900

r77- V A. M T. C, ROBINSON, 04164. 1ulMLisifEDI FEEY THtfnSDA' Subscription One Dollar a Ye Eiteroed at the Post Office at Pickens becond-olass matter. THURSDAY, *.I'LY n, 1900. The Rlepublicans have nomin ted a strong ticket. They are goo politicians and do not hesitato distribute the cash where it wi do the most good. It is a pit: that the South will got none of i Those doubtful states will reap harvest inl the coming campaig, William McKinley and Theodor Rooseovelt are the nomineos and n1 effort or expenditure will be spare to secure their election. 4xMtEENllO1Io N. C., AND 111 P ENSAlY. The Charlotto Observer sayt "The following resolution wi Unanimously adopted, after whic the meeting adjourned "Resolved, by this convention < citizens of Groonsboro, called to gether by the In(Iustrial and lim migration association, at the re qluost of Mr. Moses 11. Coie an othors, to diseuiss whether or no the dispe)sary has beon a dotri mont to the business of' tile city That, after hearing...

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. — 5 July 1900

LochI and Personal. --The farmersi are behind and the. grasi is grow ing. --Miis Millie Foster, of Olga, is oil a visit to friends inl Ilickeis this -week. -e.L'T". Weldon w-ill preach at Liberty the 7th and Sth of this mont h1. --Rev. J. E. Foster treated a large con gre:yt ion at Secna Sti ty to a finiweroinl. --lie8C the ::nniionnieemenit or Ivv M. Mn:i for [ olse of Iepre Je.:: i vsitjt'1 i h b i-:n e.11 -Prof. .nhs laeIre in thie co r. hou-e h.:S:ms;.nih was13 e'ira .; .d anud well nijed. t Thi'e :::neen W 2 l'ie ofile o 'lopsin orI';i i thisl I~o *.,i I A I:I I JiS 1 11 t V ,a aprenine of, Boll & Thor::' hwiidows arv very lleil nid a ste Inld "uI"M 1lineli 1") the ppe::.: :..a i towns-, in:u, s o :1 in:e:1hv hi.s friend's AfI.., 4A e I.:! ' h: 1s 1.. Cur an : rtystreet ., heinl:' pi '.p a pid nite b) *v W. A x .ii Im.1 a cot ah rI it ~~~~~ Xt. Ii -43j ) . E3er:tun y ou or books A :erlious illiess at hii -i e is inI his 86t h It! i k: ected to live. --J. eD. iruee, 13. E. G...

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. — 5 July 1900

1iO[Y Of T ilWl By 0PII RIEAD. topyrit, 1NV19, by (lole' Re-Ud.) Brooglite'ry wis (ill his w .y (( town, inenliding :i to get of at1' tll \ P reni i s treie t s ta t io m . tt'111 :4 i n.it' re. r ien Ing that Iloint an acqualint:invii down beside him and i-gn to t about anudrthati had hi'en conni ted Just a vyeir I-vfre on thev Nol sio., Chic':Ito. Hibing~ a city h11Iil i ronhrysat-11ua1iintance kn1 ow g reai i ':i al i i t li I [v kill Oh lwtt k. t he victim. .n1 il an j u l i l y i r [til l n''1 V o* i c v e wh,(.11iltt hI it Ilato. toIrri-1 h a :' I i 1 win, onuni t * i t kilb 'i d ll t lilt-I '' : I H e i ot'i I ll- ii j lilt 1 , %I t l pull in , in fWtet 1iq 1.) Cral. dtrii lit-idi not" tj u .i l - I it t i I 4 1 ht t I I ll. t - li n ,i : .'. l ' H kpt h~it : tot i i .i ti' .. "\\i: n i il y il a]) t 'd \t lI-1 tI i* t . b li d t h i 1 'it ir fill'itI till- l~i ii' .1. hil'' ;., hiitch.i itin bl ilt : t:' r Ift jtiii t \, i t.IL Wk -1 i < thr w h i ii L "N-It hi i t Lit. W...

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. — 12 July 1900

wlf HEPLES . RN VOL io.---N0. 24. PICKENS S. C., ThURSDAY, LY , igoo. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR TWO GOOD 'FILINGS! Times are better, so are our prices. It you fear tem ptation don't look at out prices. May lbe you are on Ijie point o buying; if so, by all. means look. Yot will- see here largains in Colored and White .)imities, bargains in Liwns, bar gains in Orgaiidies, bargains in Shirt Walsts, bargains in all ines that arc xspl bargains. Cash the motive power thal 'does it al1. We sell for cash, hece ouir lo*w pr~ices. We advertise to make friends and sell them bargains to hold them. CR11PON SPECIAL. Five pieces regular $1 50 Cropon this week ' at 98c. 1jix pieces regular $1 Ut) Crepon this week .at 690. IDimities and Organdies. We will continue last week's prices oil aI.Dimities and Organdies, namely: all l and .15c. limit ies itt 10c, all -10e Organ -di's at 20u, all #5c Organdies at 15c, all 20c Organdies at 9c. White Lawn Special. Twenty pieces White Lawn bought to sell at 12,c, ,rice...

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. — 12 July 1900

The People's Journal T. & t1.qN N, Editor, j'uIISI-D E.:VERYI. THIURSDAY Subscription One Dollar a Yeat nitered at tho Post Oico at Pickens at s4econd-class matter. THiJISl)AY, .FL,Y 12, 1900. i1k YAN AN) STEVENSON. Tho two parties have met and ma(lo their onominations for pres ident and vice president. Each has tried to excell the other in that business, but tho best an(] most available men have been selected on both sides, an1(d the poop o of this great nation will decide about the men and measur es. The wars (irimg the McKinley administra tion may hllp the Repubiican par ty by diverting public attention from tho ronl issues made against thelil, still lryan anid Stovenson Will lake a vigorous campaign3 and the bt inforiimled 1)emocratic iladers 'are salguille of success. Sit perviNjr, I notice quite a number aspiring fcr thei o ollice of coilnty supervisor an(l (Allraissioners. We need sollC ts-ve buIi t[ I have not Ilot any yot that tliik the-y can work the r ad as 11i1'm peo...

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. — 12 July 1900

The People's JoutrnaL Local and !ersonal. -- Born unto -Mr. and Mrs. John Blackston on 1it inst., a son. -.arn .unto Mr. and Mrs.. Ed. Hendricks, of Field, on the -3d, of July, a son. -r. ? F.' Austin' will be inI PiClkns.JUly 17th aud 18th and at, Easle the-'l9th. -Tlie wife of H arrison Rigdon', of Talgle Rook, who. has been very Ill is~fh~pi'vinig. - -Miss Olive New-toi wi!l teach the Town.Creek school. It will begin next Monday. --Harrisou Rigdon, who lives near.Table Rock, brought a cotton blodin to' this office on 2d inst. -G. (.. Page is againstore-keep er and gaoger at loper's d ist i lery. His friends are glad he is back. -The-Ahreshier is putting in good time now, notwithstanding the wheat crop is considerably dani nged. ---P. D. Cureton is alnEong the announcements this wyeek as: a can didate for Magistraite of Easley township. - ---- .A izo lhirown is oit this weec %a aLcandidate for. AutIdtor of Pickens county. Riend his *,nI nonucement. -.The annonicnient of Maj. J. 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. — 12 July 1900

BEYNDTHE P1ALEe By RUDYARD KIPLING. LoVe IReI not cLSt' n111r 814-ep11 I brocen bed. X went in merech of lovol and lust iyself.-Hin duo Proverb. A jan shild, whatever hiappens, keep to his own estiet. riao al breed. Let the white go to the white aid the black to the black. Then whatever trouble falls is in the ordinay comseof t hings -neither mudden, Alenl nor uintli-seted. This is the story of it ma in who nill fully stepped beyonid the safe liiiits (lf decent everyday society and paitid fr it heavily. He knew tl) mn111,h1 in the first in Istanlce, and i v .I%%-w t,,, 11114,h inl 1ilt, asucond. lie tock li lt) p nI i :1t1 -t ill nativj lile. llit Ie' \v ii i li''\t I tit .4 i agail. Deep awi:Qy inl tle he r:t t. ti- e ity. behind Jithi alc jii'h liic' hoi' Aieir Nath's golly, which eaii ill : <idel wall piterel ) ni gret'l window. At the head tc t i gull'v i, a .."i ccoIwli.v', and the wallsonm either tiil,' the gully are witliut wimtilows. Neitie r Ste, lt Singh nor tiaur 'hali...

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. — 19 July 1900

THE PEOPLES JOURNAL VOL io.---NO. 2s PICKENS S. C., THURSDAY, JULY o, 1900. GNE DOLLAR A YEAR 0o the Readerls ';ot We invite you I and boys wE Our line of Mt Our Boys' Ku( Men's Paits fi A complete lii felt and st The best $3.50 Every thing in liue of uni known to I We will take best stock section, amt Yours truly SMITH & GREE .HILbl/S Al1t'IT SPECECHl-. What the New York Democrat Said of William J. Bryan. The feature of the nutional. Demo cratic convention, after the greatou.t burst of ipplause following the first presentation of Bryan's name-, was the scene which occorred when David. 13. Hill seconded the 'nomination and promised the electoral vdtes of Ne* York to the ticket. The delegates had been calling for Hill for two days, and at his tirst appearance before tile cov vention they broke out with thunders of applause. When the cheers and cries of "11111-, * I !" had concluded and the vast audience was seated, he began to speak slowly, but. cleai ly, and the attention glyen ...

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. — 19 July 1900

Tle People's Journal. T. C, IOBINSON, Editor. LIB illljD I I-'RY T _URS A * Subscription OneDollar a Year jruterte at the Pmt Oflico at Pickens as c 50etion -ls mantter.____ Il U llSI)AY, .1,Y l19, 310.- t ]FAIR PVI VV. lon. E. E. Verner, iepresenta- r tive :>A Oconce and a candidato for e Cong' ess in the Third Congress- 0 ional diitrict, spent sevoral (lays in v Pickeus this week. lUe is san guine of success and is making a favorable impression upon the people of this county. Ho is an intetisting talker and wishes the popilo of this county to hoar him. It is cl:timod that the incuimbents in congless do not wish to moet th'ir comptitors inl debate be for- the l) . There is sume color' of title to this assertion, aF the history of (apina igns shows, Mr. V- rinir thinks that sin-ce th enndid ats f4)r coigress aro ases$ ed fiftY dolhirs, thr-y Should have nI pp IIInity to i 1.t h 1oph- I -1 dEni1s the issiles with their -Th.. Pikens county c, di-;jse .ed the not arrive at a jitillh...

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. — 19 July 1900

The People's Journal. Local and Personal. -. P. lIiendrick, of Olg, Wa he-e Tulesday. -1. A. Morgan, i sq , attended coul this week. --anes ,1. Cororan from Char le.;an'Ji is ait lie Ambler House. - Wori cOIliolm iced onl the Pick on-- ;ving Fatoy Tuesday. -Capt. .1. A. Mooney is an noune( this wNeek for Circuit So licior-* chee, 11:1(1 s eet potatoe's oi h I 12th inst. --Miss Stella INewbl ry, who h8s been vely sick fillr oie time, is able to bie onitaan -A. T. (Stiiny ) V ilclhester is otit veek for Algistiate of -The Mile Cree 10k chool w;41. openl next AMonday with liSS Cr R%ober)CtsonI as teacher. -11. A . Price, ot Sunny Dale, will teach the (hairvinl school. It will c'minmenece M~onday. --Head alniouncement : J. Rilev Glazener for Stperintenldent of 1B(luentionl inl this issule. -Miss Emma Reeler, of Monl tagnie. (reenville county, visited relatives inl town this wveek. -- See the allmoiulnceenIPflt of J. Nack. Jameson lfr Magistrate of Easey township Ihis week. -Charles W hi...

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. — 19 July 1900

T111H, TURtNIP AND RUITABAGA (1ItOP. Written for Tit CO-TIN PL.r. During ily, August, aid fi ul arly plat of Sejptember, the tr.likemrs, 1aniily an~dlners, andi dairyninl ofilhe South 'ill -platitl their rops of* turnips and14 ru11 (itIgas, two vege(ables4 which Iule hargely used throughout (he So liI ati yet whiech sholdk he! Irow fuu nor extelsively than11i Ithey are. It is a crop which usually finIds a read' s:tle inl the towls ain citiesi, so that tle niarket gall-enlert flif it prolitable ito plant the crop oll it closideible scale, ill plaets whilre Iley can obtain I local fIlarheO. For this crop, as for al: ot(hers, pure1 ;and reliablet .se.ed shooh)(be1obtaind i1 till loiit'll se i i l. cut we find ill Ohw vaili t ies (f unNll 11:1 vxirayailt ii I lttlills, all eXI l'liltilt prices fill somle so-calivd' ncw .11 supetcrior Sort. Such claiis shouh1l bw re'anled with spIit as ithe 1l' tit'u h pridvauietyuualprv. to biv glnt otilti ao e tiitiri a l t' 11;1111c, or wors( still, 1...

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. — 26 July 1900

THE PEOPLES _JOURNAL VOL jo.---NO. 20. PICKENS S. C., H'IURSI)AY, .llly 260 OLA Monator' Illlan . Joi s'. iAe Ottieser Can. t11tates anal 10iylthinllg is Pli'a4. ait. The Campatignl mnin at It(n; e L.J illo, 18th inst was well attended. The first candidate for gtovernor Lt speak was l'rank 13. Gary. [to said he would not force a dispensary on NI arl boro tid ie did not want Inrh iitfon forcet oI1 Abbeville. Ibet une have what, it wants. lie bulleved in the disponsary law. There has boon a lax enforce ment. Have the manhood to enforce < It, in Charleston as well as elsewreli . I McSweeney is running on his record i and he dobsn't show anythinir but the I pardon of Pons. No child would par don a notorious bigamist. if the gov- I Oruolr would show someo hackhoii,. the u blind tigers would h afraid of hii. 1 His sentiment that no Confederate sol dier should go to th POor housU was chored. We .anilnot do too muc to foster tihe public schools. patterson asked Gary sonetli In" about the...

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. — 26 July 1900

Tile People's Journal. T C I IINSON, Nelitor. 1.,1V-;t THlURSDAY. SubscriptiOn 0:C Dollar a Yea ntrdat the Post Ollico at Pickeas d liain ttter. -an-i paY, .1l'i, 20. 191. ] o lThe Snli-'r I-i Tc coty cdhain gang force ha. av..nit4Tedlat''ly from twenty-six to t r Itll six ma11f les, t" r II'mac in.. and soml o carts. Thega.g has Ite milhployed f r se~veral NN,w k-, recently at and around Sm'ithiville, an11d s Ollar good work la.i hem done ol th. hill roads LV. hSrond n Ota (ia e dIIo filnct wVl-tk and l Sv St t r:I sIo ,1h, 1and with 1te propher s pe to hed \\'herver te roas have been, wvork- d h~v the chainl unn.,. theN WFr ill 11111 h beCtt ir co-d, it I t1I in thal f ermlerly and11 no onl - canl hul t, see Ith improvement. \\ kin cnviets on the publ~e r.:.Ii' tI b - pr pe us t maki i -,I, Inlueh hlk. t hIlanl pamtig ft cotton, -,nd4 ".tr i etter- tha-i keepinig ma - i th ' tI i in jail. \\' shop 11.0e I II t whenl al1 oi i 'I I ' il bi t il pu, .e in r1- menlwits, atll whalttoe ...

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. — 26 July 1900

The People's Jounal. Local and Prsonal. n -Amiios Dodgens is fiving on the Piekeustrain now. -Cemp, Johnson, of Eaply, i was here Tuesday. N pi, -Court of Common Pleas ad journed sine (lie Saturday. -The work on the Pickens Canl- d1 ning factory comnced Monday. og -Auditor Hmit and v ife moved v11 into their new residence last week. gr -The Keowee school will Open sh nlext Monday with R. -Earle Miller as teacher. -Dr. W. F. Anstin will ble InIB Ill Easley July 31st and anld Liberty August 1st. ell --Miss Mary Dagnall visited lel relatives and friend's at Westinl- wN.i ster last week. PI -The Ie- residence of C. L. Careton oil Lib.rty street is very nlear completed. -A. Schilletter and [ra, Carson, of Clemson College, were here on I busiless last week. -,101hn Granldy and famlily, of G'ren ille, v isited his br'other, il. E. Griily. this week. --Mrs. Ralph Oliver is onl a v isit se to 1r pa-uIlts, Caidt. and '*Irs, J. Al L. 'ho0n ley. this wcek, w i - l l ib11iy spakin;! a: nd pi nI!...

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. — 26 July 1900

A Butterlut Victory. By JOHN NELSON TRUMP. (eopyright. 900, by John N. Trump.3 "Vallandigham is just the man And Pugh's his right hand bower," sang Tommy Murphy as Abijah passed the Murphy gates. "Shet ep!" snapped Abijah. "Ilain't a-goin to," said Tommy and went on with the song: "To meet the abolition clan We're ready every hour." Abijah would have been glad to have stopped and shut Tommy up, but he didn't dare. lie was on his way to pay a call on Mielissa Bray and was too dressed up to take any violent exercise. Abijah Hopkins was the beau of Goshen and ia ralik abolitionist. He went to Cincinlati almost every month and hence was an authority on fashion, as his costume of that afternoon show ed. lie wore a long tailed blue coat, made with full skirts, fitting closely in the back. Under the coat was a flow ered velvet waistcoat, fastened with bulletliko pearl buttons. Ills dove col ored trousers were skin tight, with a black stripe up the side seam and held down by a strap passing...

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. — 2 August 1900

THE _EOPLE'SJOURNAL \OL io.---No. -l. ICKENS S. C., THURSDAY, AUG;USTI 2, 19. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR JAMES A. HOYT. INTFRISTING STORY OF J WE'I,, SPENT ,IFE. SOI C.I)tI1, (II I'/41N, CII I1lN1'tIAN OUCNTI&DIAN. Tile War iecorl ol a Holk1ier- 1Th Political Licord V ia laat'-bIinle anil Mineetre Patr-aio- T1i1o 511it't analt iceligiouiN Rgecort of' a (?tm'iN tian Gent.it-nao -The Dians Wi11 Ilepretents i, lo 'rinciple ofl tht P1roIihilatinlbit ol' Somulia (Jarolinla Writteni for The Yorkville lkminirer. James Alfred lloyt wts born Octobe 11th, 1837, inl Waiyesboro, Virginia Him fatier, J. l'rkints lloyt, was a na tive of New Iitit ilislire atnd4 a jeweler b trade, wito lail com outti for hi: health, atd locatilng inl Way ntelisbOrt, m11C an(i maltirriea M isis .ltite . lt1h4n0on, I laI of the Virginoia faui ily of that nl Colonel .1. 1. klOUyt, wts I highly cut11 tlleil ilant, lad flot a titie was (d1itaOr 01 the Lautrentvillte Hleraihl, lnd of Lilt Anderson Intelligencer during tie ab...

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. — 2 August 1900

i'UIUIS*I, j~it y~ Ti'I I U Its DA Y. Subscription One Dollar a Year mi. jn0tered at thE l'ost 01i(cO at Pickens a8 , n ai inter. nt -THLIU)AY, A 190). - _ to CAM3PAIGN LITERCAT11'ItE. oir T'lu.: JortnNAL, as Well as other d paper.,, is the constant recipient of Lii icampiaign literature, but time and space will not admit of the publi- 1)3 cation of such matter. Spaco in sl newspapers is their stock in trade ev ani cannot he obtained without t a reasonable componsation . w TI11.1,31AN ANO Tr, PlsAl. EIRS. it ''ho preachers are resenting the charge of Senator Tillman, that they are in an uuholly allianco with tho saloon peopfo of the State a for tho purpose of dofeating the dis- u pensary sysrom. Tll, JouuC NAT Cannot undertake to say that the alliaince is holy or unholy, but will venture the ossertion that the n ohiet of the war is the salmo, it itay he that, the end justifies the IaIs. A goodly portion of the a people of South Carohia doos not l acept as Gospel t ruth overythinig 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. — 2 August 1900

Local and Porsouial. ---r::k .letx-NOIerI., 14f P'ied IiAan. was here (onl bn itl this . i.. . A ry K i rk Sy will t :11 Ahe Nhartinl scho. il. I w\ill beg.,,Jin ----The East:I iv I l l o - ra i't inh wviI ill - nn- I At Il . n i 1411Seb 1)4 c o l h'mnse A st lIh a1 2 1. 1' i. V4 I," VY S. --vo i!,-. .!11, l S tew n is NN n uelk N IhA innonne1nwnt 4of, T\ JA r li, gloor jr Io li.; wik h . o A v, hr.,; Townsip Ah it week. \ ler, i s 'hIli . F II I \ ifro, S a r -o' SpringAItown. MA. an 't 's. l :). . K ih, Jv.' v . A.m a14'. ig( it) Ilk a vit. M r I ' ;I, gf I M .1 1 K1 I v Ii 1 . 4'.st Tabh- Alouinhin. It is inlereSting a, d1(l :atil I n him. l- t1A loriday with T . nch f~u blho.The best wishes id* in-ir m.\ riemIS9 g with lltein'. 4 .'. the IIh alt.,an iv('.d r. J . ii ; . \ohn l T Ai s, Nk . -i .d i !.i,- I y, Ali r. A Vu i' i g .o thi itn .\:, -(-' I'iekn 1.11w-w e lt I M iad l !I '1i n Ie A ! *m ti A A- ...-. I'~~~~~~~~ Iog I vg'. WI i'- 411I A 1(411101' (I m 4iI 1 1-ki4 o.ii~ ~...

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. — 2 August 1900

"BY THE GRACE OF CHANCE." By W. A. FRASER. [Copyright, 1900, by W. A. Fraser.) Lieutenant Iayton had a friend, and A friend had peculiarities. One of the pecuiiaritiesi was atn absorbing love of getting into debt and consequent kite flying. It's as easy to get into debt in India as it is to get into sunshine. He was known by the cheerful name of "Gaiety." With Lieutenant Layton's nanic on the baek of a note tind his friend's on the fat-c of it it wItH at easy Iliiiit to stalk a Marware imtoney lender with cash enough to discount it. But that transaction didn't really help them very much. It tided the friend over settling day after the llungaloo races, but it didn't provide the ways and means against settling dity with the Marwarie. With nothing tangible in sight chances had to be taken, and one or two little fliers on the part of Gaiety had only worked thetiu down deeper in i the debt mire. That was why Layton was wander ing about oi the raiahln closte to the Lucknow race course one...

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. — 9 August 1900

THE PEOPLES JOURNA VOL io.---NO. 28. PICKENS S. C., THURSDAY, AUGUsT 9, 100. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR GARY AND PATT1eRtON FIGH T BiLOWS liu AT LiAUlENS. Two Vanidittates 1for Governor Hn gage In a PlatIcuil on the stamt. In the News and Courier, Au.ust Kohn writes of the campaign met Ling at Laurens on Saturday: The great educational' camp sign evolved into a biigging match to :ay. It was someUw bat the unexpected w h ich happened. Prank B. Gary and A. llow ard Patterson had a rough and tumble tight before a thousand Laureus people, men and women. They fought with ties peration and determination until .Jim Tiliman and others separated ti., in, and then they wanted to get nack at each other. Had the accident ocuurred years ago in this county, when tiuru were a cartload of pistols at a mettin4, there would have been funerals hero to morrow, but now all the feeling seemb to be between the candidates. Today the result was two badly bruised facub and emphasis on the style of campaign ing going ...

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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