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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 9 August 1900

I qOA ditor.' FynL.9 lCD VI~iRY TVIi[LJRDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year JCteredi at tUe Post OfIee at Pokens as THUilRSDAY, A (i(. . 19O9. N'rATIE CAYsI*AIG'. Cn1didiates fior State Conigress ioial and Solicitorial honors have colie, had thoir say and have gone. 'Tiuesday was a day of politics in pickens and about 1500 camo to town to hear Bun Tilliian and to swapl) horses. As tho 4peeches dolivered at Pickens were about tho same as those mail(de in Greonvillo, Tn11E Jot'rNA. anticipated and publishod tle (r'eon villo speeches. All the candidatos aro good me) and the voters will be puzzlod to lect the bes-t man for the office, and the people of Pickens, being free and indepi':dent, it Will be diflicult. to predict the rs8ult of the Ineet inlg. Of the candidates for governor it was evident that McSweeiey aind Giry won votos and that Hoyt t Iha last groind. Ho's ha(1 pri- I marv was unfoittinate for him and gave Tillinii a chance to show that sentimien1t canl not stanld liinst tib...

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. — 9 August 1900

Local fand Pornonal. -The pdAt br'm w %.ill be used on lie\ ethedi1st chuch1 n.111 ... W. II opkius' w ', of Ccln t ral. ktilled: 'wtT 21nak~es hist- week. --M rs. G. W . rie is; v-isiile relative. andA firiemils at .'lton ti wcek. --Plrof. \\. E. De;r"' ay:ullvA if moved ind.. tePulig o~ this week. hery this w'k. illr eilli w ii c:'.; \:1 h' ilry O ll . I . I , -week a ts v : !calI1I:- I 1421 Wei lerh Se:-'i.T -:na *; h n, a I:'~ -in . . Jits heii 12 foh( 42'4t Li \\41 5'i otr swkli l i 0 1. "-i ch.11r,1 h shoubt b1w .... 012 at44" 1 n s 1 la~ --..M rs. P". M .d:< :h Iter, Miss ur stopping ,t the !e l:wo~ for the Smu~wr. The .mi (;rilin i . whieb tiilme,'is 1 ow 1ll r.'h .;' aI i w l iivl wheat can h2l ofgd sinj I,- rewal-n v -... who b~ Yor tilt!v\ tlle I1 -C - lit : atI iV juill -l limy J444)e 4'1e \t llat duet an *. ' aog n Ahi. Eve't bo 4 aI : :2' Goldr o.l biapt in . ' t' 4igrg i on" thei21 <b :n 2 lare. y at wasC :n-:-on ''Lhe p Meho h i n- n'... tor, .:ev. n 011 4. fev...

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. — 9 August 1900

Mwi$TJNO AT GRIMJ NVJIVhJ [Continued from Jet page.] elaiied to be from the giand o pirolibition county of Alarlbol T1 his gavo octcasioni for Col. 'TilIliill sniake joke an11d also his coon joke. Col. Tillmntii then referred to A] Wikler, who, he said, was one I tlie iost, artful dodgers he ever sa filense had been as consistent as I ucoild, but, lie had one object-ion 1 Illease. ilen his regimieiit. was mu1 lered out, tle privates had given Ili a mnedil and BleLse! l)rCSelItti it,, sa, ing that. th lety hoped to see himi elini the ladder of fite, but Ulease is tr, ing to- iIs limi OfT the ldtler ano lie t hen briefly out lined his pla t fori lit was NIJIIIqAly for the dispeinsar, Templlerce is a nioral ulestion, i I politicil oie. It. shiould be taugl -it hiome. le was a tiod-fearinig ma11 :i( a iiin beri ' of the citui'hm, bt didn't. wan.t his chiurichl dlraggerd int poitits. in everiy Stae tprhibititI has been a failure. Time Nas calle on iiiii. Ill ieply to a qtiuestion, I. did...

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. — 16 August 1900

44 _ THE EOPLE'S JOR VOL io.---NO. 29. PICKENS S. C., THURSDAY, AUGUST '6, 1q00. QNE DOLLAR A YEAR uotlie Readers ol' The 'Journal: We invite you to come to seO us for any thing that iei and boys wear. Our line of Mon's Suits run from $4.00 to $25.00. Our Boys' Knee Pant Suits $1.60 to $0.00. Men's Pants from $1.00 to $7.60. - a A complete line of Men's and Boys' Hats in both felt and straw goods. The best 83.50 Shoe made for men. 'very thing in Underwear, among which is the best line of unlaundered whiLe shirts and colored shirts t known to the trade for 50 cents. We will take pleasure in showing you through the best stock of goods in our line in the Piedmont a section, and the prices are all - right. Yours truly,. SMITH & BRISTOW, GREENVILL.E, S. C. C RUBBER TIRES. u We pit on the best at SHORT NOTICE. 0 n You are cordially invited to examine our Summer Stock of if p c; P Fine Carriages, Buggies, h p .i Wagons and Harness. I ti ir .Our Prices Are Right. Our Goods Are Guarantee...

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. — 16 August 1900

The People J Sottrial. T. C, iI9IINSON, EIditor. 1t' 18111A I E') EVli Y TP1 IJISDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year ntteredI at the I'ost olco at lickensi as II[-" UHDA Y, AUl'. 10. 190-). iIO0i. WI. D. MAYFIEL D. Ilon. W. D. Mayfield is a canl. didate for I ii] road Commissioner, look to the candidates colmniuli and sc his card conitaining the head ing of his spoech. Mr. Mayfield iR well and favorably known in Pick ens coinity, an1(d is almost a Pick. ensite. having boen brought up on the banks of the Saluda and asso eIted with (h people of Pickens sinlce his boyhood. It is safo to preldict that he will get a handsomo vote in this coulty and he i as I worthly of it as' any caididato run ily for that otlice. CHIiESE WA. Thi Chliis tloops and tho al- i, l have been) I:ghtmig, but the I C hun s forces Wec coiiopelled to retIi 1 It and the 'Illie's liow Occupy YagT 1un. which they will manke i b ase inb tir advance upon,1 Pe. hin. 1 h. I ill States have beenl v4 rv 4 aluti'ois ill (ve...

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 August 1900

Local and Personal. Ofi' ill. i -Soo autioffcemn of 11. Ab ercr5Iilbio fu.r c'JI()ieI' -Mrs. Jelrro 1,oo)0.r ii vecry ill a t her 1101111' tivar town.i -D-Ir, WV. F. Austin will bo",i:, Picenc4 August 2 1 A amd 22d. -Miss Lni I: White, of A 11(101 Sol), 1is visi'Mig Aiss3 (or: to Bruce. -Alo'nzo 1idc nd fimnilv', Of Aslievi liv ,0 eV1At i ugrJa.ic1 hot'. .1 ili i ()I Ki nil; stre MTS 'y le. N ( ' .o :1 iit ls ek tivon 01.1 VtItohbil k sz1(ard, (bile.1"g( ., u t li il"' a *-iI('iV ~ (!Ile (W'ik I I ie i-ill, of, re1C a 'i , i ..... N \ Ii . 'AT. I Jo1 Li15 illm Ile lld .st rJ Cis 1 . , o' 611'?! t l .'Is week, ~ ga)( 1:1 I 'i (311: 1ie 1111101111C01H -Its:~ deL. D.Gal on1.) ivle irns1 Cal&-it if'N.C. n k ~ tn i a &h. (;a ,kl Mrs W.18 Lt.' Jerhi (i. Bow::i b f hei !&:v :. d I1111 Mis v i'-S t i e 1 v ige v? ' Ii vgh 1or. All Iterete U tlechr Jcr~ [, .,-Ier k .41 :1 ) 0110 d q-'t acOle.4;'~ 'a, P' day~te by l.i-t. 714 ff (P il di . wtil beei lon 41 i! inr' %:i)' 1''l h,''un...

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 August 1900

AIKP TAKING A RFMT. Bill Will Not Leoture Unil Victuals Are Cxhaustell. 'Tie home where the heart is, and the most of mine is here. The opleure flled his stomach with choicest food Ind exclaimed, "Fate cannot harm me, I have dined today," and so I have filled my heart with the sweets and comforts of home, and feel defiant of human misery. Fate cannot harm me, for my home is my castle where, as Blackstone says, "the king of England dare not-enter uninvited." But an old man did enter not long ago and said he came to stay a few days If it was con venient. I saw his baggage on the Iron seat in the verandah. He said, " I travel free and lodge free and mix with none but the beet people, and so I have come to abide with you for a few days. I hope it is convenient." Well, it was ent convenient, for my wife was at Rome and my daughters away, and I had never heard of him, and so I told him it was not convenient. He seemed surprised and asked me if was a Vir ginian. I told him no, I was a Geor...

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. — 23 August 1900

STHE EOPLE'S JOURNAL VOL io.---NO. 3o. - PICKENS S. C., THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 1900- ONE DOLLAR A YEAR Co the Readeris of' We invite you t( and boys we Our line of Mi ()ur Boys' Kue AMen's Pianti fr( A comli)lctc lii felt and sti 'Tlle best $3.50 Every thing in line of unla known to t We will take 1) best stock section, and Yours trilly SMITH & ] GFREE RUBBER TIE We put on the best at & You are cordially invited to e Fine Carriages Wagon Our Prices Are Right. The Greenville G. W. SRIlNI. Supt. - - RIPY4Y TO TILLMAN. DR. C. S. GARDNAR HITS BACK. The Greenville Minister Answers Sena tor Tillnan's Speech About Him. Dr. C. S. Gardner has given the fol iowing to the press: I am very sorry that imperative en gagements, formed long before Senator Till man's announced purpose to rep>ly to my sermon in Greenville, compel ed me to be absent on the occasion of his speech there. Some of his remarks call for a reply, which I can make, though not present, as I have a stenographic re port...

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. — 23 August 1900

Subscription One Dollar a Year lilItoroli at t1e 1'o0 t Office at, Pickelns as acIonid-clasa MAWt-r (IU~SiA Y, A110G, 2:1, 1901. vry CA3urAsGN. The couity campaign began last FrYiday in Easley and promised from (lie start to be lively anlid en lertaininlg, such has been the case and T1-: JolNA., regrets that it alillot give the speech of' each can did'-te a verbat im report. As there ar11e n) SIeial iSSles inl this Camll pa ign except among the candidates for the house of represen itatives. T1i-:.tIUN.k I will give only a 'sy Ito psis of' 11eir specehes: .. MONRIOE KING. lHe was oratorical and flowery, and would have mnade at good im pressiont a'- Sunday school cele hl':ttioll, but tile er'oWd wws Coi1 posed of, praica~iil inisinless mni, disposed to listen to reasonl rather 11h,11 Sent iment . I bclieve, Ie said, that education should hv first and folremost, bult' Pickens is it gettinlg its just pro 1)1ril of1 the school fu i ds. lie paid his respects ill no n1u1equivo v'able terms...

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. — 23 August 1900

Looal aid Personal. --ton Wo chl Usamoldi eA, on I- tia on. to Mr. and Mrs. lien1 Frank . on the 18th, a son. Flora Lathoim lost a valu. noie cow Dv death last Sunday. -Miss Sadio Riehmy is on a two weeks visit to relatives in Anderson county. -Mrs. J. L. ]olt, and children, are on a visit to her parents in An derson. -13. C. Baker was on the sick list a few days last week but is again at his post. -Miss EyAino Wertz, of Newber ry, is onl a Nisit to her sister, Mrs. S. A. hlunt. - Miss Lena Yerrgin, of Green ville, is )n a visit to her sister, Mrs. 0. 3. Mclugh~l. -Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Wood, of Willi'mistonl, visited the family of J. WV. Ea.rle last week. --The election for cottol weigher at Pickenls -ist Saturday, resulted in favor of Jel I:. Holder. -Thle colorId school Of this placc is in a ltourilhing condition, there being 73 pupla enroled. -Miss MIamnio le Fritts, of Hampoton county is spenC-din.g somie tihio with the family of It. A. Dowen. --W. 1. Dickson and wife, of Spar tan...

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. — 23 August 1900

The People's Journal PICKENS S-C. A19P) ON OLI'I'DICS f'eopl seeme To Ito lHotter Ioong Yoars Ago. Thought moves swiftly t1hese days. How eager we are for news. Two pa pers a day and the peoplel gather at the post oilic waiting for them. And when it comes it's all about war afar off and crime at home. Murder, su cides, divorces, outragos by negroos, lynchings and the Atlanta muddle and Kentucky murder thrown in as a side show. Soue of the proachors are tak Ing a hand in the general melee and are raising a racket iI the name of the Lord. How differont is all this from the good old times when we got the mail only twice a wock and were con tent to wortsihip God on Sunday and work on wook days and had time to think and ponder and talk to our nolgh bors. When two doctors wore enough for the community and they had but a little shop (ull of modicnlmo and there were no drugstores and no phateUt. mediclnes, and Jim Alexandor antd his brother, Ton, and Glb Wright amid Adam Jones aind his brot...

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 August 1900

_ THE PEPL E'SJORA VOL io.--"N0. I I 1IiN s S. (.. IIIJRSDAY, AUW''~1)OliDLARAYA THRI LAST MEITING. CAMl'AIGN (I>SlI) ATCOIlAMBIA Thto Canflidates4 sawa Their iues For the Liatst Tio Ieibro ICloection Day. 'The St ate, A ug. 3mrd. The Statti campaign has closed. The last meeting was held in this city yes terday. There wero about 500 people gathered around the stand at Hyatt Park. The place was well wooded and comparatively cool. There was a con stant demand on the spring in tb hol low-the dispensaries in town were closed. The candidates wtro all In good form, notwithstanding the terrible weather which has attended them the last fortnight and notwithtandilng the strain upon the man phyleal, the man mental and the man moral. Lr it re quires some0 solf-control for a candl date to know his limit and to say -I no" to his many friends who want to stand treat. Senator Tiilmt.n was the first speak or. Ilis child is quite sick and lie wanted to get to Trenton on the iorn Ing train. tie ma...

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 August 1900

Thie People's Jotrnal T. (-. it2BANSON, I'iitor. pyy[AliGDEWI-,itY THJURSDAY Subscription One Dollar a Yeaj Entired at tho Post Olico at Pickens ao acconid-0--.cls mater. ''ll UlRSD).Y, Al', :1o, 1901. THlE ELLECTiON. Tho electionl passed off very quiet. lt in this counly last Tuesday'. The hpo le had1 up their mids be forehand h -w they would vote and very few votes wero chalnged at the polls. Tho0 caniididates all had their workers and a good deal of breath was wasted in favor of their favorite. The canldidat(ls all received good votes, s0110 deceiving the m1ost san guil expectations of their most ar. dent friends and enthusiastic sup. porters. Tle following candidates received tho majority of the votes east and Were dilly declareI the nlomflinOes of the D)elieratic party for Pickons couintv: C. Ej. lRobhinson, for representative; I L. 1). Stepliens, for supervisol; W. I W. F. Birighit, for superintendent, of The folloving can(iditates vill run I vv 3. 'ach~lin anl Laban M1aul. (E...

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 August 1900

ne People's Journal. Local and Personal. -Dr. W. F. Aust.in will be in COntral S;mtwbor 4th and Norris Mill tho 5t1. --m. B. WertL, of Nowberry, was here this week visiting his daugh. tor, Mrs. 0. A. Ilunt. -Pet. E lloiiburg, who livos niear town, killed a rattlesnaok last week that moasured six fect. -J. II. Alorgan, wifo and chil dren, of Greenville, aro Apending this week at, R. A. Bowen's. -- -A protracted moeting began at tho Meothodist Church Monday night anl will coltinle through this wecek. l\Ii ":'t Keys, a1 beautil youn.; lady or Anders :)m couity, is visiLimg her sister, Mirs. .Joh1n G1a~ill, thlis week . --B. E.. (,randy has the con tract. to build a brick storo for J. D. Alooro (oni wost end. l\toirial Is boicmg put dlown anrid vork ha.s commene,) d. Mlothers. (n1dorse it, 01(1 folks use it. \\'I rfer to One Mlinuto Cough cui iro. I v ill quiclly euro Ol thro-t anod innig tromll!.. Dr. Gr. W. L:nr.e. --.irsLi4. \'. . Gresham a lit tio thel Ar, ., wh~o haive been spa I V...

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 August 1900

The girl whom Donald loved irst year ,was christened Frances, and ho used to call her Farmhy. Also, he addressed her by various endearing terms, but that Is of no consequence. Such words aply to the new love as to the old. A fel'ow may call a girl "sweetheart" as the result of a halbit of speech ac quired before ho knew her, and she cannot detect the crime, but if he ler mista In calling her "dearest Fanny" when her nIame' is Ielen she will in dict him for perjury. It is painful to speak evil of a twoman, but candIor compels the state mient that Fanny wis a dressniaker's dummy anliniated by a soul that would have been considered imercenary in a pawnbroker. Donald 00ould not per ceive it. Everybody else knew that her desertion of him and her narriage .with a man old enoigh to be her grandfather ought to have been pub lished by the press uider the head of "Financial Transactions." But )onald, ,who was a highly imaginative person and had always surrounded Fanny .with a mist of illusion...

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. — 6 September 1900

ITHE PEOPLE'S JOU NAL VOL io.---NO. 32. PICKENS S. C., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6,1900- ONE DOLLAR A YEAR IIELP For honest trea or go to Dr. J great reputatio satisfactory resi Blood Pn Contracted or Herold 00o 0oi0o tary Syphills in all Its terrible stages, producing copper-colored spots on face or body, little ulcers on the tongue, in tiro mouth or throat, falling out of the hair or eyebrows, decay of the flesh or bones. completely and forever eradicated without the use of Injurious drugs, leaving the system in a pure, strong and health ful stato. aseor onlarged veins, which Varic00e|I load to a complete loss of sexual power; also Hydrocolo, Gonorrhuea, Gleet, Stricture and all Private and Venereal Diseases and Woaknossos of men quickly o the Readrs of We invite you te and boys wet Our line of Me Our Boys' Knee Men's Pants frc A complete line felt and stri The best $3.50 Every thing in line of unlat known to tL We will take pl best stock o section, and Yours truly, SMITH'& I GREE R...

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. — 6 September 1900

The People's_ Journal 0 T. ~ ~ F~ 1, tl1SN Editr. .Ih 0 J'-UBLISlII t) Eici1tYa ''IUlSIDAY. b Subscription One Dollar a Year a ntocred at the Post olice at Pickens a8 se~IOna-clas meatteor. tl Til1URSi)AY, SIPT. 6 11901. r3 TABULATION. b In the rish and confusion at- 41 tending the count and return of l yot-s. somo errors nocessarily crept ei into the totals of some candidaItes, ID but the returns from tho various e precincts wero vorified, and the .additions when incorrect could o easily he detected. Look over the it table and do your own adding. " C'OINTV CAN IIATEf. C The lirst election is ovor and the : pecond will be on the 11th inst. C TIhere has hen a wooding out and many surprises and disappoint- I monts have oecurred. Let the .teIcontl elecLion pass off pleasantly i aId fairly so thoro will be no cause of animosity and mortiticationj c hereafter. f al(esw'i::In:s AI)InnIEss. Goveirnor Mc-weeney i3slud last t Fridaty nil altltess to the poople of S'tuth Crol!ina. It is publi...

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. — 6 September 1900

The People's Journal. - ti Local and Personal. C - --Read lund notice in this issue. --R. 1. Byars i.- using the paint i bruish oil his building in towi. f --Dr. W. F. Austin will be in Easley -T'eslday evening iind Wed -. rn Iito Mr. and Mrs. Per P nlrineve, ofr Pindor, mn the Ist tf --- hir, ''o a Norris, ()f Ca1 k-ecee, is visiting Mliss Florence low-en thIis wveek. - l . d1 . . Foster delivered a lin:e sermi:on t) :: vey lhuge (congr'e- n gat ion at S'cona 4"1day. it, )1(h 1%folks i W. \Ve rU- 1 to Ono Millute C\:tuglh 'u . It, wvill <uickly eur all 1hroat ad !uig tioubls. Dr. G. e WV. Eio. if -aanried, N Weliesday be foir t he t h irnl .1un11lay inl Augulst, hv l'e. I;. . Murpree, Miss June11 L.vnch to Mr11. 'Benl Cantrell. f .\I Iof 1h lli. county3.. 'It w 1ill 1rprise y ou t) experien ce tl he b1(elt, Abtainu1d by using tho a (:utnllty n1111 o .t lan .us little 11111 kno4)V u t ):.'*Ai;" I . dtLe1 Early RiSer->. V< b. . \.1111arle. bi Timl-, building o n Il lin inl l...

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. — 6 September 1900

ai aiad -i'~ '. Ina a fe'e i' e 0 111' e tag w~ tis" " "I iai'' - ft was ha'' ". v u - - . youjet - me. of', g;:::. th ..a :'- - "I~ dy tI y **ha th tu a .-- t-. -*. 1 n 1 coV.: o rc o :. co ld h vea scet Ala itrpsd "If yo w can' dele ealknwnbd a, he' saiddpontcly'Tetigt dIs ogv wopeim sedo residet isa1 o r." e~ La~,' "Correc?: ::t rrhidle'.!" Tlor, te ~ ru r lm I' rxplicit n jest that very pit. to Lag to.' wac 'his u rien t or jae h im.ru' "I l r:.~1ihtU out. ~ cs o',I o bub b'' tome tell yo ohi, Mr'. a'itel.": Mrs le ae san The t Ia crt. ao hiper "My hoie ItheO star ca' eed, we tld ine yerdoo a ,he b d :ii oany becaue thin chol wa-r-i p ety. "N, ay. Itih ou'de setl i wth said, hreatds o swa t eakug out an bface.~ nTiaorcukda igto them rs. Siawyer! 'lulre he mouth 3ad said hiftfly:es twiight try to['n by ence you, Alan,~ onlycs Ihave*'~ p'nt wa iaeu byaaa Mrs.Joh theoinSer. Nan Wae' aunti i'via to and hm uno diaughter ofhe ow." unles she t itl Yoe t'oth, Talr rgin "Ta what'r IM &am...

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. — 13 September 1900

_ THE _PEOPLE'S JOURNAL VOL io.---NO. 3. PICKENS S. C., THURSDAY, SLHTEMIER 's,100. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR (0the Readers ol' We invite you to I and boys wear 01ur. linle of Men Our Bioys' Knlee Aleu's n'its fron A coImle)CtC line felt and stral The best $3.50 Every thing in I line of unlaur known to the We will take ple best stock of section, and t Yours truly, SMITH & E GREE RUBBER TIR We put on the best at S You are cordially invited to ex Fine Carriages Wagons Our Prices Are.Right. The Greenville G. W. SIRRINE, Supt. - - - WEATHEIt AND OClOP REPORT. Weekly Bulletin of the Weathe.r Ilu- d reaua for South Carolina. t UO IUM IA. S. C., SCIt. -1, 1100. r The week ending 8 a. m., September l 3d, was much cooler than the t wo pre ceding weeks, but continued hotter " than usual. There was a maximum of 101, on two dates, and a minimum of 59 degrees on September Ist. 9 The rainfall was general over the State, but was light over the extreme northwestern portilon. Many points t, had from one...

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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