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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 18 October 1900

The' People's__ Journal. S'. C. I')WINSON. E'ditor. PU'LJISI[ l) EV1lRY TI! (JiSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year Eitered at the Post 0111co at Pickens asj Til U MIMDY, OCT, 18, 190:a. fow 'Would all Thim Work in Souit11 Carolina7 -Keokuk vu. St. Louis Sunday. --Zeno, the boieless woider, at the Casino Sunday night. Admis. sion 10C. -Quincy1 Herald: The Build ing TIraIdes council held a mnooting last light' and comlipleted the ar. rnilgelmet s for ani excursion to Keokuk next Sunday. The street fair ther will be opeiied next Mon (lly ;lli the people Who go oil the excursion will have a chance to see the booths that have hoon (rected. 01n the loat, pr)izes will be given for waltzing, calko walkinig, etc., a1d to the pie ttios" hahy, tho old est personli, etc. . udging from the al(tvaic sale of tickets the atteu (anco will bo very lIrgo. Wo clip the above from an Town paper Which very fore ihly goes to show that difiolvll t s"et.;i11 of oulr U nited States have diterren t cus toms. ...

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. — 18 October 1900

The Peoplds JounalI. . .- 1,4 1 i Local and Personal. -Court convenes here nxt Mon. day. - -D. J. Carter was in Pickens a few days last week. -8. H1. Brown, of Field, S. C., was in town Monday. -Dr. J. D. Cureton went to At. lanta this week on business. -Dr. W. F. Austin will bo in Pickens Oct. 13, 24 and 25 inclu sive. -R. E. Yongue has gone to Fairfield for a few days on busi. ness' -Treasurer Youngblood opened his books for tho collection of tax. es last Monday. -Miss Stella Newbery is very ill and gravedoubtsdare entertained about her condition. -W. T. McFall went to Atlanta Monday. He took the overland routo in his carriage. -R. M. Wertz is in Atlanta this week on business connected with the Bending Factory. -F. E. Cox is now gauging at Lesley's distillery which is situated a few miles north-eat of here. -Mr. Cecil Keys, of Fairdeal, Anderson county, visited his sister, Mrs. John Griffin, of this place, last week. -Mrs. D. B. Wertz, of Newber. ry, is visiting her daughter, Mrs....

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. — 18 October 1900

The People's Journal. PICKENS S. C. THE NEEDS 01" 011T FAlRM EIls. t 'TM : NEORO IS TIIl-: ni';ST FAI C31 i AN) -- '. wAMF.S SYSTIO Dii Til E-: 13-:1 WAY TO M':31PILAY 11131. The following address was made )y v Mr. F. J. Merriam at lie summer 1 meeting of the Georgia State Agricul- h tural Society, and it is worth reading b by every farmer Im the South : Mr. Presidtetd fd 1"kt I/ole me P rs: p ti) well aware that this question , of farm help is one which agitates . your iminds for i considerable portion a of the year. It aqgilates m11y mind all the year rouid, sometimes with con- ii sideraible violecel, as we keep between W ten and twenty men employed all tlt time. This mattel is, however, onle of Very groat impot,'antc, for it meanis your success or failure inl n1any in Stances. 'an I get silicient help to work iy farm properly ? Will they be etticient ? Will they work for my in terest ? These are iust ions whieh hi are of costalit I(rceurrence', ald while o their successful soluti...

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. — 25 October 1900

. 4 >1. .:.~ ..IH.POPLE'SJU NL YA H P E', -3(.- -- - I-ICK ENS, S. C., THURS 1)AY, OCTOBBE 2imio ONE DOLLAR A YA einvite to com se o iiiu liorl y :.ht -l and boys wea. Our line of NIen's Suits ri frrn .0 to .4-..00 our lloys' Knee I'ant Suits -1.00 to0 l .0ml. Men's Plts from $1.00 to $7.50. A comuplete line of Men's and Boys' liats in, h4otl felt and straw goods. The best $3.50 Shoe initle forme. Fvery thing in inte4.rweuir, g1111111R wiitl is 114. bls line of tinlaund11eeI-cd white shtirs mal 4olobred shm". knovni to the trade for 5(A cents. We will take pleasure ill shlowing" y3u1 troug thl bost sLock ol' goods in, our t line ill tll, I'dmillolln setion,) anld lthe pricesi arel all righ1t. Yours truly, SMITH & BRISTOW, GREENVIL.LE, S. C. RUBBER TIRES1. We put on the best at SHORT NOT ICE. You are cordially invited t6 examine our Sumimer Stock ol Fine Carriages, Buggies, Wagons and Harness. Gu Cgs Are Right. Our Goods Are Guar an ed. The Or b m e Coach. Factorv. G. W. SIRRI...

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. — 25 October 1900

The People's Jour T. C. ROBINSON, Editor. 1'UBLISHRD ,VI'ERY TIIURS Subscription One Dollar a Jintered at the Post Office at Pick gecoid-olas inater. THURSDAY, OCT. 25. 1900. Grand Jury lfrenefvunente To the Hon. Jas. Aldrich, Pr< ins Judge: We the Grand Jury, beg lew make this our final presentnl for the year 1900. We have passed upon 'all bills handed us by the Soi< and made such returns on thai we thought the evidence justi We call attention of the Col Supervisor and Connissioner the bad condition of the roads bridges in the county an( rei mend that they be put in repa once. We also call their atte to the bad condition of the ro the court house an( recoiiiii that the same be repaired at < We have by colittees of body exaininel the county oil and the chain gang and here subinit their reports as a pa this presentment. We return Oulr tiaks to hollfor fori the very clear. am[ inst rucittions gi u s. We :1s< 'ir .a p:t on r'ieorid :1 psih exprea, ourbi.har.iti the past ser...

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. — 25 October 1900

The Peot i.al. Leo a. - Confectioner Ouretot's. -' --ourt convene.. nday; Judge Aldrioh Presiding. ---Born, unto Mr. and Mrs. Je rove Palmer on Tuesday, Oct.'28, aion. --B. K. Thornley made a visit, to 'Neberry, last- Saturday and Sunday. --B. A. Morgan, of the Green vilto bar, was in attendance on * couyrt this week. -Dr. 0. M. Littlojohn, of GaT qj ney, was in Plickens this week on professional business. -Dr. W. F. Austin will be in Easley Tuesday evening and Wed. neuday, Nov. 30 and 81. Fruits of all kinds at; Mrs. Cureton's, (in Carey old oflice,) -Pickens sent a pretty fair dele ation to the Forepaugh show at 4 reonville last Saturday. -The show has come and gono from Greenville and many a soul is probably wiser and possibly sad der. -T. N. Hunter, that progrossive Liberty merchant., was in Pickens this week, as a member of the grand jury. --B. E. Orandy has erected on -his property b~y thle sideo of the,( railroad, a neat and commodious building for housing his lime, ---Mr. Ja...

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. — 25 October 1900

The People's Journal. PICKENS S.C . THE LAST CHANCE. AI r. Long walked into the iouse and sank wearily into a chair. "well, you are lione early," re marked his wite, looking inl from the kitchen whore' she was busy in the preparation of the evening meal. ''Yes, and I have bad news. The mill broke down this afternoon, and the proprietor says they won'lt run any more this sehson ; he says the sale of lumber is duli and he won't start up again until fall." '1 i am so sorry !" said Alrs. Long, suippressilig al exelaiitiioni of dismay. " don't know what we will do," said lie, gazimg dejectedly out of the window. " I suippose,"' lie continted, "4tIe mill wv'ould have shut down before long had the accidelit not happened, blt I expected the run to last several weeks longer." Air. Long had moved from Kansas to Oregon three years befoire. Two years successive drought in W estern Kisas, Where he had roioved Ik hukil ily and taken a Iomestead, had re du(ed him to uch straighteneil cir cuistance...

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 November 1900

SHE _SJOR VOL io.---No. qo. ICK ENS, S. C., THURSIDAY, NtVEMB ER 1, 1900. .ONE DOLLAR A YEAR Too theRedes ol We invite you a n I d b o y s- . % Our line of I Our lloys' KI Mlen's Panlts A complete i felt, and " The best C3. EIvery .;iing i line Of nll known to We will take hest stock sectioll, I Yours trul SMITH & GRE RUBBER TI] We put on the best at You are cordially invited to Fine Carriagec Wagor Oui Prices Are Right. The Greenvilk G. W. SIRRINE, Supt. - - CONFE D E'IR ATE'I 10 1 F ACO I I':_ Wo l__N W-B:-'_usy BlEAiiVEN IMAKINGI Sli0:s ANI lFeGII1TINGI AT THlE l''iONT. Augusta Chronicle. One of the sights for the Con federat veterans' to view whlen they comlie tU Augusta next month is the Lowrec wagon works building. This Ol build ing has a much greater history that the thousands of people who pasiss il daily would ever suppose. The build ing is well known tromt its present use but in the great crowds that will cotmc to the reunion there may be a few who will take mtoret tha...

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 November 1900

46 re0j i 8 d Ottfudi 'I'. (, It 911 NSON. Sitor. IIL~I81l lD) IiditY TIIUSDAY. c bscription One Dollar a Year .ntered at the Iot olico at Pickeus as TH1URSD)AY, No.V 1, 11900. ELECTION.c Next Tuesday is election (lay, Id tho Presidelit, '. S. Senator , ngrossIen nd Stato and county lieers will be olected. I n South arolina llryan will receive the ajoritv of votos and those nioni-. ated i primarios will he clocted ti eyond doubt, but the people 1 iould turn out and vote with the 11m1 spirit, anld enthus1iaIsm1 as Was1s imnifested in the prinarios. It , -ill show that the people appjreci to Bryan and the mn nm11ilinated n the primarios. lBesides thero will ,robably be an elrcrt Imade at the 81 lext session of Congress to reduce ti U .he repr'esil(ation of the South, ei( )Ccilllv South Carolin ia iil Congross rihe Oxcuso Aorl (Ile )I'o)oSed Iou tic ion inl the Imebliers of Con gress roil) the South is the socalled dis riaichiselienlt (J tle colored voters, mt tih real reaoni is tle le...

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 November 1900

Juie iPeopie ~s J ouri. Local and Personal. -Eletion next Tuesday - Confectionery at Mrs. 6ureton's. --W. F. Blassingame wont to Columbia Tuesday. --C. L. Cureton moved into his now residonco last week. '-Fruits of all kinds at Mrs. C'iroton's, (in Carey old oflice.) -See notico elsewhere in this is suo of land for salo by J. R. Mad dpx. -For Sale.-100 bushels sood whoat, 19 shoats, 5 milch cows. T. D. Harris. -Soo change in the ad. of Win. Fagan and when in Groonville givo him a call. -Capt. James A. Griflin's mule threw him ono day last week tnd bruised him up considerably. -Mrs. Harris is erecting a coin mo(lious dwellhng on hor lot iiear the court house square. -J. L. Thornley and 'Gono Alex ander left yestorday morning for Columbia to "do" the State Fair. -Tho colored teacherm will hold their next institute at Pickens, S. C. at 10 o'clock, a. m., on next Saturday. - 'you want: prices that vill surprise you oil cJiickeis, eggs an11d hees."ax fie Sure to let Craig Bros, have a ch...

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 November 1900

The People's Journal. PICKENS S. 0. Till- SIRA\(;I. \ VI S\lION. tI Lo isitv lil t i tll r I t tIi - t11 tis Seltol 1 it occurs 'I l i t ttlit o I i ( a ve k ilI M i a!Iicu lll.-l I t 1 v III I l b i- I i t Ir r 1iii IT i i ii' . iti . It It Il t II I I it 1 I s i t 1 q I I I I A nd .1 bri, II It a -rlait a I ll ,I)It'.N. t I i ' I 4 1 iIIt t-i iik C11t I (I u l vilt l it' I I I lit c( m~llitte or i i Ic e 1-c I V I II till th ) e iiliilt ''ttlllity aiti'ii W ctlrt m :- '1 '1 :1 Iitt t tll i-. -i'-ir.11I u tilt it I lit tilt N i' c.Iiit I I~ i ii L r'lI n I I s~I ( u a l- t-,' .11t ti Ii'i thI t b l 4 i . 1 bl \\ t itm A llit ill . il t I t I i I I ut l U Iit iit- l'~lli CO itl iij' t i otn 1l i t-!-i (i lit i noA t It iintht it I bi ( I I1tit 1141 14' I il-i' l t ' I I I i iil'1 lit\ ,' till r 1 'i 'l the i tt -a I to t \ i :t 1 i li -f 0 l 1 1 tii i a tI I w ai'- lilt I Iitt k - I I :It -I I -11r aI~ I ~ i I 'tI I tl itit lt111 v l i - t: i eit)5eit ;ti 111 i tyt li tu (-- i I I i...

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 November 1900

THE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL VOL jo.---NO. 1. PICKIENS, S. C., THIURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8,iqoo. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR 'o theo Readoils ol' 'I ve invitc youl to cm1 and boys wear. Our line 4f Mein's Our iIoys' Kne. 1l'Il Nten's Pants from A complete line of felt and straw Th'le bet 03.50 Shec I'very thing in Ui line of unlunde knlown 11) (lhe I We will take pleist. best stocik of g< sectiol, an tihe Yours truly, SMITH & BI GREEN RUBBER TUrE We put on the best at SH You are cordially invited to exan Fine Carriages, I Wagons , Our Prices Are Right. Oi The Greenville C G. W. SIRRINE, Supt. - - "IS4ST WIE FORGT !Us IE'ST WE FORGET !" c iii I SPLE1N1)hI)TIltU'1'E TO( \'A L ). gl ofnl T H ,A'' I'I 'O N u I': E IAT .\ 'lA '1 s O l 0 ' ~' t e SNwV..lVll l'I'l +:NT' A t-1 Tillt-Ind iENIN4G IN TilF. V.\...\- AN\I UN, hae T11 H I-2 i l l1.s i 1-:s. Ild bpoy MIr. Iuciani I. KIiiight., of AtIanita, 1lutt Ga., receitly delivered an cI))Ulient lies oration at ilie annual miorial ex- reli< ereises of he Co...

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 November 1900

T1, C. ICU)BI.NSON. Elitor. pt'lli,1.4!!I-:'M Q-V t T l' SD AY. Subscription One Dollar a Year iatutraeI 1t 4t l' t Oflico lit PiCkenIS as TuR n-O>AY N o.V S. 190)1. WKINLEY AND ROOSEVELT ELECTE 0BY AS LARGE MAJORITIES AS t' nistka .l idicaih.ns fromi C o111 -letion. New ar l'e I I :Irk I~ ~ 1i ' 11-~i aw l 111t ' I II' York has gI n l..publit by11 G ,Iq n - : I It . v Th ity i ll Iltimort andy 3ary ra d as in 1n:1.1, vr o lKily t..t It Io ta f vand tansa ary at,l andii win0. thhemcatsc Stt ; I ar h pfu C, ,ar cagbth k their1, ah n s :r o t c1nsid14r4 d I,; I. "lj "TI It (d t ti il - v h en' -ia' I il hi f i lirt iy~ tt Rp ha by. I1'1 t I IN I)\ A Guvii inj~iy. I' la ily tii N o.t u d o r I f.11 - Iiii It I~ I I t I!-. I alrita lintliekv let whei leva h - ea r jaI i Ii t l.-. eo ullut. tltd i I II I wt l' ts .iis, 11: T 1ineat :Ii I'nl ' aLt.( f-l .- .ii rtaJ:, iii ap a en l Ci rt l i ( i (af th\s le 'l '.'tv - 'Iou lly r Il(.mgd.l . " it in joriy ofii ('cl; wc't ;a.sute ad. S hi...

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 November 1900

The urial.A Local ai~d Person~al. Dr J. R. Riley, of Gr'envitb,4 was ois owr stroots latst M onday. ungt1111 Mr. anid Mrs. Suilit'li POI'IcI oil I 1 41.1 ist., aI soil -Cailies, cake~j etc., lit Mrs. 110 '.-:lAy a sina 1 erow iii 11 I. as !w l 1in ay ( (lildy). -Fruiits (4[ all luinis aut Mr. C1i'iii4toni5, (Ini caiiey Old oftice. ) (AxieCi'a('tog hias acoptc( at 1)OM hi~og ill (le ho i store o1 Biolt :.:"::T:~lper Lad their li~l tiM dis so ! (r) .111tiu4e Itd. Fth l Ch t 11i tl ('0111 iSSiOIlCVSf WO'i 0 ill .'J:~,t d.;u .w53~1ito l M onday. r 1l114 * iUual ronl ti ol buiiiiess Wit 'p lec i lll a f-. I . , ~~~~~~~~~ It U~~ti I I'~htIII2A s 11l til tl ani ediitl.y Mr. . ~ \V 1".ml ald s Ambler o A, I;Ivklid, ;1.( the 111, ItIis 1 .5 ,, tit' Pt HtV IIIn bia tl lat ii .4,. S I S. ., \\* )V 1iji ,000)l . in th bi~t II~ ofca1". Athe coN ~~~~~~l,% illl VOetsS "( t C e ed a 10 Croc.I loire ~ A and said I(mlvu~' boC *IaIli,t w~i it ith le ltal a ta1 X the alit itlil MrO.. oetOwl MI a riig ,...

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 November 1900

The People's Journal. of, PICKENS S. O.dei too Ie MAN'S LITTiLE WAYS. (rll "Thouis," esid Mrs. Maria Shtulle- CtIl bothama m11 a1 clear, inicisve voice, ".,y the added briIitniess of your ee and AN the renewed Cela8tiety of your etep I see yavtiIi1 ihad i good time- -you and those other editors who went for a va cation trip with the I.eavewifeathoine Co Fishing clib. I don't 'rudtge . it to you, deai , for now I shall feel as though I can spend a little more I il n mi y IIiV visit to liy mother. We shal le goneat antI just six weeks, tihle childrvien ani 1. Adonirai Judson will stay witla his Mot Uncle I'arker ina the coin I ary , and ( a Mary Ilizabeth will lie at ie Ithical Di et ention Sittlemenlit For L('iversity Mi" Staaining. The thrice yoliunger uOnS I% 4 tag take witl m. I've sentli al the b pliit to the tIoriIt's, the M altese to of the cat's hospit~al aid the hired girl Ili- of' to ti ir . Yon 've not Ih lmg Ie ft a C; but the hiouise. anl it will take care of hit I itself...

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 November 1900

A THE PLE'S R VOL io.---NO. +2. PICKlENS S. C., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15 00- ONE DOLLAR A YEAR to th Readers oF We invite You t< and boys weI Our line of Mt Our Boys' Kiec Meni's Pants fr< A completc lim felt and str The best *-3.50 Every thing in line of tnhiu known to tli We will take p best stock o section, and Yours truly, -SMITH & I GREE RUBBER TIE We put on the best at E iYou are cordially invited to ev Fine Carriages, Wagon Our Prices Are Right. The Greenville G. W. SIRRINE, Supt. - - McKINLEY AND ROOSEVELT. PROSPERtITY AND CXPANSION. The Country 1las Htudorsetd the Ad niinistratLon by an Overwheinig Ma.jority-B1ryan Takes [lis Doeat Like a Philosopher. The election on Tuesday, Nov. Gth, resulted in an overwhelming victory for McKinley and Rloosevelt, and thu consequent defeat of Bryan and Steven son. Mr. Bryan sent congratulations to President Mc inley, saying . At the close of another Priniiiental Cam paign It, is my lot to congratulate you upon a second victory." 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. — 15 November 1900

The People's Journal. T C. I19JBINSONJ ditor. 0 Subscription One Dollar a Year IuItenr I a t. t h Il' ost Pnc tlici ns am T l iRL SI).\Y. NO.V 15. 1!lo-1. Alter, the IaiitfIe n Tiol elec(ti%)n is overI and .11( Kinl ley and IRoulsVeit have been elevct. vd by anI V o v w hling majority. The victory of the.( Repulicanls t has hen lerald(d in no 111celtaill 1 notes all over the lo1 and th-' t wh4olo < rth . tojIice In S th u i trium1. The' oulth p -: to- I.- "I'M 't- 11 -10 in th rl-ord m l b y h Ir, bu i i 1 is ll d i n lt 4- (4Solat i 11 all htaIl s no favors t) ask. E ovor, thwrl.. r a few inl olr 1)ortlers wh)ll ri ("I traiiors. to) the caule' andl( tra; ditions iof their fathers. They will 1, probab:ldy bo f rgivenl inl th. sweust byo mild hy). TI-'r-' 'v ov.-r. I 1,114ilsall(11 roa pn the n ii the sain11 in his I I i: s 1w -h. S lump. iai a 1 .11 " i d'l cI ' - I pno ' ritv h 1 1 Im 1and r n' ia l n'i t' ll'(to il la t of ho i , u t i m stp t t rganl nt n , (5 t 'ially th . 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. — 15 November 1900

The People's Journal T ocal and Personal. --I li e just received a full and Vomliilete lino of Stationery. Give mne a call before buying elsewhere. -Prices to suit. G. W. EAniE. -Magistrato elect, W. E. Hunt, of Dacusville township, is the ehanpion hawk killer. He killed tlree lately; the largest was four fet from tip to tip of wings. --Owing to disuppointmont thE colored teachers will hold thei, Insti.tute Saturday the 17th inst. at 10 o'clock a. i., at Pickens, S --All the members that eve telonged to the Pickens Couri ouse Alliance are requested tc nwet at the court house Nov. 24, t 3 p. in. J. TYniE Loopica, Chairman. Died, on Tuesday morning, Nov, - 13th, (harles, the two year old sou of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Clardy His remains were buried at Seconm the dny following his death. - --Don't forget the annual meet. .l g of the Journal stockholders, id subscribers:will please not ig. O the fact that delinquents will be considorcd at that meeting. .--There will be an All Day .singing ...

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 November 1900

The People's Journal. PICKENS S.C. OTCIT AI C1 T I IlEI>EsIAN Droith llanid the lIes siani fly did con sideruble (him"age to i the wIealt grown in Pennsylvai 8Y Iail and neighboring Stat vs this year, and also in 18! 1! 1. Tl. fly 1Cst is one that demands c isitdirat iI at the meetings of all farners' orgai izations, as individual eff1ort (-;il ak compsh bt lttleunlsil 1upprt ed by co-operation. The lhcsianll 1.\ is anl old pest that is so we'tll kImvimwn ailIms doli Mo much hann that Cau'wr1s shtuhi have organized yv:.vs atgoi a.r it- v\ termination. Thet idult inwee l about tle size of a iuiioFilto, an mll this sectioll tle fellials delm.it ti ir eggs up1)on1 the fall wheat. 1t wilt als(, attack eye and hartb-. Thet- e' ar depositedl ulioui the hit- F er4tai'i 4 the leaves and hatch inl alt ii tr livo days, the maggot'- hceli workin their way down betWeCl tCe -i-athCi' It points of the stalk i lt a. tht :roti l. where thle I-pupar1litun' *r.I't d1' a efornied. Thel hv 1 1te re ...

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 November 1900

E E P E JO R VOL io.---N0. 43. PICKENS. S. C., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, goo. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. th Readers of We invite you t and boys w( Our line of M Our Boys' Kim Men's 1Pants fr A complete linl felt, and at The best $3.50 Every thing inl line of unhi known to t We will take bost stock section, anid You 1 t ru ly SMITH & ] GREE RUBBER TI We put on the best at E You are cordially invited to e Fine Carriages Wago Our Prices Are Right. The Greenville G. W. SIRRINE, Supt. - - A GREIAT REVIVAL NEEiDE) ON TIE FAUI.S. Inventors and manufacturers of Farm implenwnts ar eXercising their ingenuity inl making labor-saving 1imi plCmems and mlaclin for fariners. Their advertisements are very attrac live and the pictures of many of the riding plows, harrows and machines indicate that preparation of Ihe soil and the making and the hat vesting of a crop is only a big picnic that lasts most of the year. The wise farmer will carefully consider what implements are best suited to his lands and then...

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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