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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 22 November 1900

The Peo1 s Toiria . T. C. I lMfNSON, ENditor. I8Is1t 111 ImY TillURS1)AY. Subscription One Dollar a Year lEntenuil at the l'ost Olilco at, Pickens as seroml-elsiss matter. TIllURSDAY, NOV. m2. 101. Ch.inese. h'le tro tOuble ill the Chinese terri. tory see(Ils to be far from adjust Invi t. Reports of outrages oi the natives aggravate the pitilaton n1d1)(I tho Gterina como in for a full Shi're of coldenilatioll along thwo lin)es. Mr. McKirdey has his hands full at. presont and will probably Hottle Imatters on business princi pleSUSince the el1ction is over and polities caln take a back Sent. for the near fi uture. It is my1'ster y to soime to under Stnd 11( tIL. dierivatintti of tht. a)tov o I lamIlle. i1t, the true Situ aitionl will never defiuitely appelar. The teue situation ofl the Chinegseo blusilless, So as to undelcrstaid the true inwardness of the affairs in China, but, it is hoped that toheon ditioll is not as.. had as eXg:d Th'le Orpiln Mty. Tirsday, Nov. O! i. tho 01 pA ns'...

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 November 1900

ie People's Journal. Local and Persohji, --Wolf Creek school will open next Monday withy. W. Laugston at principal. -Prof. McD. Weams iwill sing at he Baptist church in Pickens on lext Sunday, at II o'clock. -Born unto Mr. and Mrs. Robt. (elloy, who live near town, on Tues lay 13th inst., a son. --Managers of State election for 'iclenis county can get their pay by ailing on C. E. Robinson. --Prof. N. W. Macauley and fam. ). of Newells, N. C., are visiting bittives in Oconee this week. Their any frionds are always pleased to !( thom.-Keowee Courier. -The county commissioners will >ld th ie meeting for December on iesday after the first Monday. iis will be Tuesday after saleday. -Charles L. Cureton has the sit combination horse, splendid dri r and line duddler, that you ever w. lie is for sile at a reasonable ice. -- On account of unforseen cir natamces, Dr. W. E. Hall canl fill his date here tomorrow night. has changed it to Monday night, vember 26th, D. V., and he should to a bet...

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 November 1900

The People's Journal. PIOKENS S. UNCLE JOHN'S _IALLOW'EEN. "t I Incle Jol, when you were a boy, did you ever, oil Ilallowe'eii, play pranks with the gates and wagon wicels and cabbage patcheM?" asked Herbert, early Hallowe'en evening. "Yc-s, once; just once,' answered Mr. Halstead, while a slow smile spread over his face at the recollection. "It was when I was 13,'' continued tilie uncle, "and come to think of it, I guess we were all thirteen. That is a terrible unlucky number; no wonder we met with disaster. Hlenry Bales, Jim Fowler, Ed Jones and I got our heads together after school and planied a midight 'romip which shlouhl inlelii(IC old JObiall Barriegat, who was tile ter ror of all the boys inl that vicinity. lie was rich, and lived oil a fiiely culti vated farm; but lie was stingy----pru (lent, he called it- -and crosser than two sticks. Not. at boy in the whole township dared to steal a capiftl if his apples or nutr, although lie grew the finest ones in that regiln. J im and...

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. — 29 November 1900

*HE PEOPLE'S JOURN-L OL io.---N. 44. PICKENS. S. C., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29 o. 0C theo Readers ol We invite you and boys v Our line of Our Boys' Ki Men's Pants A complete li felt and t The best 03.6 Every thing i line of un known to We will take beat stock section, at Yours trul SMITH & GREI RUBBER TD We put on the best at ( You are cordially invited to < Fine Carriages Wagon Our Prices Are Right. The Greenville G. W. SIRRINE, Supt. - - BILL ARPS SOUND ADVICIE. SOUTH MUST PRESERVE NAME. Our People Should Move Right Along and Keep in the Middle of the Road. Lst us move right straight along and keep in the middle of the road. All is not lost save honor, nor will the North dare to cut down our representation In Congress-such a move would alienate their new Southern converts, for Southern Republicans are at heart all lilywhites and have no use for the negro in politics. Southern Republicans have been under the ban ever since the war, and they realize.that it Is because they are al...

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. — 29 November 1900

T1, C, I' INSON, 'ditor. p'UIt. 18IA) E;VEIY TiUI WSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year %t~! or !. th L ' Iost. 0111CO at, PiCkeis its swool-ch a l nu r. 'lI Pi'ielA Y, NA)V. A). 1900. iC 1.U1ou IA 1l. It wa. the intention of the editor to have 'n eXt ndld display in tIis issue of t be .! uurnl , but he waited Ito 1ng anid more important inat tr rusIh' d in ait the last day, such as new : lert isomen 1 ts an111d c"Ilntri f utins from rct:lar correpo1nOid gl i 1. tb' i -i al the edlitor W il! h ' t t t th. roadcls would lo i 8op2r :tI elill change in Th. ro ltur ll (la rtment .. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ v wh. I'elag ytll o e r e -r - a Suth CaroIna as ihs~l wns 1 -(.1. 111 t r ca I t had1! \b,' ~l ti-r : f n .n i- n( iich Lii.n e ii 11 lAniIi is, a1 son MaO, 11' D !ur W.i .Iit.ttleRIOas'W AbsS t in idnt hgavr WO ~i IllI theu' I n admonL org ~ pat at toi .l to ricksbur j~iand send sco tatbokls.cjol.Own tUrCVin:4l Ctl ti t 13 hof' th wcu tinveor ''i k i aTdeenan, thof l-'.t: llen,00 Witheranx ort ay ...

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. — 29 November 1900

eN~ple's J ounal d * --w at1'(11 dT ill our city. -Juolii F1ostor, o1. i towni SIaturdly. * -Either sond or I rim?" Your* locails aniid noevpt our th ,ii 111m -A'iditoi Iftijit is cCII Iiuld to 11) cd by illness, -Pol. ( diIzq slie 'i le I 1Cie Vl( goi toWI Bollj& Thorn(ik. (lay. m-rsin-niey -D or. AO~V. iui F. Al"Ifl Nt l lie i ll P~ol Doviibi .101 :111 511. S. T'. o Iu'Vi ir"o Or:~ tO ld1 %V19 vicdl. I bYawill 1(diflof lti Mw\d'0 111o ieti uew Ife v Iits ft I I(V 4 til d 1( 1 I thii to~np ito l -in*~iE -Th1ae Hom T-lphoi !T"iv u110 I. A ivkoi'1oi &a' fl I YU 0 t iii teidji t U' ir- it H-v 'olilo T'ci.-Si A ni' w l t 110fI. C - fI rTo- I. I . A :1Gi .II cfx"i 1'& -, d Z' ill~l~ the 1.*. - f A ."T I~'0h I~' i' Ilk ca.i 1 v ii ' --- giveu htJ.' nt ca l 11.iak Ii --J.' 19 L U). A IdW i \l C. : 1),G 1 -1 1 . i (lOI I , 111(11. I N 14 V r. I th\\l. fi N. Il (11'wvnli 4W to find tIalb iti for- lkf-iui E .NA! I l tpd iSat dyi t id g1i VI? if Iis 1'- ill Po' r.1 l f \ i 1 E: 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. — 29 November 1900

#THE 8HADOW* #% OF THE #1 nCORDILLERA;s Or, The Maunolia Rower. I% BY VIRGINIA LEILA WENTZ. -0 COPRvaOUr, 1900, BY EaVIN WARMAN. CHAPTER I. PERLA DEL OCCI DENTE" partakes of the character of both *ones into which Mexico is divided. Merry Guadalajara is placed on the boundary line between the hot and cold lands. The Cerro del Col, a kind of extinct volcano, the peak of Tequila, and be hind this melancholy looking mountain a complete chain of rugged hills hem ming in the Itio Tololotlan compose the somber looking amphitheater which screens the capital of the state of Ji lisco on the north. But upon the banks of the Tololotlan prevails another at inosphere, and the traveler flnds him self in the region of the tierra caliente, where citron trees and bananas take the place of oaks and pInes and arid sands are succeeded by fields of sugar canes watered by numerous streams. Before the era of railways, when the phrase ferro carril was an uncouth one anid incomprehensible to all save the pad...

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 December 1900

THE EOPLE'S JR VOL~~~~~- .o--O r5 EEME VoL 'o.---NO. 45. PICKENS. S. C., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6,1900. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR i o h Readers of We invite you to and boys wer Our line of Me Our Boys' Knee Men's Pants fro A complete line felt and stri The best, $3.50 Every thing in line of unlat known to tlh We will take pl best stock o section, and Yours truly, SMITH & I GREE RUBBER TIE We put on the best at S You are cordially invited to ex Fine Carriages, WagonE Our Prices Are Right. The Greenville G. W. SIRRINE, Supt. - - A KU KI,UX REMINISICINCE. TIHE BRiTTONS WENT TO 0ANADA They Were Charged Wiuli Being Ku Klux Leaders-One of Them Was Kidnapped and England Demand ed His Return. The recent trial at Yorkville of John S. and Paul. R. Bratt ) on the charge of murder, recalls an affair that devel oped international importance in which two brothers, the father and uncle of these young men, were involv twenty-nine years ago. Doubtless the diplomats of those times would have to refer to 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. — 6 December 1900

T1 C, 1)l 1NO)N, Alaitor. l' -,bsi I --- 1i TE',Y T I IUlIISI)AY. Sub;cription Onc Dollar a Year lint r 1d t 1,t l'OAt. Oilco at PiCklnS s Ti I~ t\Y, )Z '.G, 100 ). E fl uATI'Ju N A L, COND T'D !;Y W. w. 1'. i.RIGHT, Ctbunity -1u1t. of Education E an o ofc1Ghool Books. 111 )i1u l. f '''ils h Inqu iies (li i ven in-tlw t II as to whIi at : ar I to bI n 1coptv by the ]' ini:h ng o h It o b 6*.pted. T',ii', conItra is I te t-books 1, f a r f any l e{ tion in) th eit 11u1-u s of pupli.s .!nd a nd to s i p i ac I 1 I ih i V i- i i i luri h !on I eot 0iT th II Iii I ~ t L : ft~ l ] a I , l fo I I *' I\ I 11 I I IiI br ii It I I 1 '. * 's-v 1 . 'I1( .1 k r tha ti. i . . s m }) , : I i t I I t 1 4 N . Ia t 4 1 I . atin T pr - i lnd lto l lL I l i '\l C fr1-pt i tt i h i 'a th .M i , hF a ii w i :n llt.d a C ':. I I' t-lliLi i \t. lt en 'n i tolji:-t v ' i I . i 'II .1u - - 1. 8 n i . h to F I h Ft: -b 1 o Lo h t fd a1 the same I~F3 Lu rnote u h thwe erV !Csy .sh . c c on it o p ick 1(1e fSt...

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 December 1900

-. L 2 a 1 t oilet arti cs go t., 1,,ot& Th r -y .. nhine!!c, of Grevinvwood v. Ov. ed~y midor ials4 form k 1*1,4 in e . Cuteton's -- - Vi W . . IA. 1 1 td dM n i rcs C c(rEe. - T i. f' i! e f" ,e W287 2 l- j. i'72 - 1 . I i C \ . 1 - { - t -1\ (7 G: W t4 C4* ( i -..4 7 * . } - '1 'C . )':.a hi' 4 ' 4 ' i2. ab unty - \ \\ C4 V ''C V (4 - . J) 4 '. 1: - '''- ' 1*7y1n \.2 * 1:111 I., I (Ii I\2. ''' ti b .7. ( I -; ,1 a - . . .a. * I. A SneIe4-N. The1s T1 naskmivin~g service at bbIhm sho1ohous vs i decided n was inluh (njoyed by t eat who love: rt.,fiei'd enjoy. u~ i tlh i ba:n-rget ie super D. . hi at-the f o'clock tho survice s byroading, Eph. 4th - .yer by Brother W. -ts iv!e by the s (with P1 ro'feSors \\W( ::es .s .by . 1 L uc, I.'lutnk'~iiutt rhed 0 a;n Hniltont 1 A:li werf chasarId for y te :liutiful otrainu. u .o :ath i'vel fo day .1 re i turned in1 the thedinnerl bh-e ts, and 0 :1 in ot for anll hour's %1 i1,01 v. 11.e d to ho agroo a n. Thn cilCame the . - ~11"An it liber...

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 December 1900

O[ THL s: CORDILLtRA; -- Or, The Mainolia [[ower. : 13 BY VIRGINIA LETLA WENTZ. lor tdl'nr, 1900l, iy and 11 y I l *uen''i' was IS. 11h. Iow stotl si '[\ t bo 111,dna wnts, niore-t hu1114 . il n, his -' an ors who usewd to danice !we ar 1!.m : an 0d qr - I tub-lh an u -q \\ hoi k% I i I 1r I: 411 h1 bid tI 11::1rct 'r I - .\''- w tl, ts 1 :11 '1 l 't i . 'ii'' ' I'o, N iN I ll:iI 'll l i :I ' ' r I t I > ' n igt . 31i l ! y b d 1<nts rltI'ii Nt it of hW I . u ' il th.. i 1f:1 ali. Ik.-u n : I t' I n I t t .1.i .II . .k . r I Mexl . a he v1 :"I abouIt~'l. :o '''It. !!.- I III'na r I w. f LI \,:LI. . , l ' Liti4 lai l scoreh~n: h 1 i.1" ite su-'-bdnh t ne I II I \\ i i 1: e- i orild I I . : : wh ghi nhh-:l uint :'' It' I.. . <'' . iti w as 111"I Vr . . ! . .'Il' t he be5 NN I I I 'I I I . ii I 1 ~ : un a yi h 1n -::. 1l a l fir I l '. I . l , u :: s i I .n ItL to ist. . T lui h shem utnIs \l I tl ' It II t , li gn lI \\ 1 I t il iIu r t ht Imi'd, 111tr .- 1 w1 LI t-1..1 , l 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. — 13 December 1900

___THE EOPLE'SJOR VOL io.---NO. 46. PICKENS. S. C., TIURSDAY, 1) CEMBER U 190o ___ _9_- ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. i'o th Readers olf We invite you b< and boys we Our line of M< Our Boys' Kne, Men's Pants fri A complete lin<' felt and sit The best $3.50 E.very ''ning in line of unla known to t] We will take p best stock ( section, allll Youl's trilly, SMITH & I GREE WAG WAGONS. We are GRuIEA'I' "OLD RELIAB Select Material Used. Prices I The Greenville G. W. SIRRINE, Supt. - - BILL ARP IS AT HOMF AGAIN. HAD TROUBLE GETTING TlERC. The Railroad Gat es Were Blocked an(I 1o Took Passago on Anotlher Lile. Home again and happy. Children and grandchildren met me at the de pot and escorted me home, where a bountiful supper was awaiting, and I asked the same old blessing that I have been asking for fifty years, only it was with unusual gratitude, for I had been in peril3 of wind and water and escaped. them. I was weary with long travel, and now I could rest. I left New Al bany at midnigh...

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. — 13 December 1900

1The eople's J oirnal T C, ini!NSON, Editor. ] it'1isti-:D 1 ;'IItY TI'l URSIAY Subciiptioni O1ne Dollar a Yeaj Enivrol A( 11:0 A. (1i0 at, Iken a: - I ' ai t. t8('. 1). 100 t JOH.N bi, 33. E RV MYDEN. 1. 1ry, fornI 10ni Ied S tts sen :Atcr, r mi ntIaviwyer an(d distinl gnhb * itzn of tils Onty nil zstnt i < al at h t i thi c I.-, a . , y ar an :i ) 3 mn h. l i inorni ig at S o3 ei it.. n nunck of 11eight'-4 . N% \; : I I S(- \ ' rn.l ( :iva 7 3 11 : i.4 c0!. ,1(1I11 W ils ( -X ir-3:lv l'l -':l :11nd rceo\'ery \'ery (wsuI . : I t.e lllllM l10mInt (W I; (I 'at . w I :Ir to a ln 'iori I v 0: tils -wliqn zuI is th" (wen. on l nniM~dexnesions~~ Iii it,:)~ ~ ~ ( !,1'ziltoC x~~ , i () I: (i i F hy uy i r. llt. Col. Irb. V. I ti 111:1 ,-bit'ille ill ply $1e-.1 p :1, Ill b)[t th.<d i tt Int-inent Itm r T in ermo t. viil - . i l I t. w hlet..d b10. 1: v. I gl wit ; O Ie h I -;:)CS 1 ::, v w bt.1 I rv .1 e I V'~J ?2i4 C : tl l .0tilfstl,'i 1k to*: 1 al 11 !o C It c - ryn' Af Inme b-,(' ...

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. — 13 December 1900

T Peope' Journal. Local and Parsonal. --For dru01' amld toilet articles go to Ho! I & Thornley. -Dr. V. F. Aulstini will be in -Look for Craig Brothiers new ad in next 1:-:'ie. ---\ll Iin:; of n( tady made cakes at M is. Cun .1'. --R. 11. YXngue's now residence -T-1 workSF! Iireworks of ov ory kintd at 1:s. CuIreton's. -Wiheor lanas a flour iShI ng schol at \Vol fo Crook. -)on'tfept th,. dolls an~d toys ait Mis Crons -Mr~s J. f.' Newton has been confin'd t) Letr imr for tho past wee.k 'with pig -Nmas ~ 111 Ie i o i inds have InI con and are~ ul c. ming ati .IIr. Curt tom.~ '-Cidetj .!. W. lan of Clisonl colle-go was in tow V1e(lleay. l id b1o i: in A. K. Park's adiveli ; *m 2. .d I-t it rponk for it u ll'. -M1rs. .1m( . Phillips, of Sinet, ' dinte i2httives ill the com y C! a k --- ul :r~b llCorbin and oth ( I m - :1 "tigr' ' llnt PI'S uf th- v .I miiiioun.t of blindA o:;s 'a cu w.ht last week. - T iii' r1 :'. sI w(ek or two pi : I n 1 4 when the lar hiz.ae h(:. dealers are get ...

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. — 13 December 1900

#THU cHADOW1:*$ $$ OF T HE $ (COR DI LL LERA;* $J Or, The MaUnofia Flower. :f ' BY VIRGINIA LEILA WENTZ. M . l c -I(. Ili' ilt T, i i il lit,'f l gi'tilii I \ I o %%ls .\ll (11- (., g i -I' \ to iv lY s \'I II , Itl iN ..Ii . . ... .\ .I. . . .*.. 'll \l'I ~ \ . I, I l 1, ii' iiileh lil sia 'islisy \\ ' stI , 11 si iiills \~ ti' I i l' hi li i i ' \ lei\ I ll ' ,1 w Is .is'l :. I. o w i i ti1 111 Il ' f i( - I il d l 11 -1 ! ' 1 :1 l e' I I i l .\Ii ii .1 5 e iisll. hit'. M lslisit ls Il I \ il hii s t i s si i. .\ lit Is s i t i a l Iit ihiil lii.' s1 ill i' lia ii si' . 'eI st - st i wVil'Ill s it s i 1'1.l. i s 11 the dI:'Is h-in w ai r tl a s twsi b~t ho t \ h fi y I' aI s i i .' u l l It I Wu' 'iil' sI li i ::i\\ i a :It i il I I I - I ':lut'ii s~i liii' i ii : I :'st . *i *i 'j it' Ils iie l li t' l . ' I' ' ,\ s : . s ':a s ii| iiss- iil :i t p:ii I g oha I ih li* listtiliti . \V it i il I ti l | - i~ l s l \ i | '1 sI l'ts l lis t . i n :ll | l-. e l h l t . ii- ru- Ih n 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. — 20 December 1900

H ES VOL io.---NO. 7. PICKENS. S. C., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20,IOLL CoRo thoedrs of We invite you t and boys w( Our line of M Our Boys' Knc Men's Pants fi A complete lin felt and at The best $3.50 Every taiing in line of unhi known to I We will take best stock section, ll( Yours truly SMITH & : GREE WAG WAGONS. We are GREAT On "OLD RELIAB Select Material Used. Prices The Greenville G. W. SIRRINE, Supt. - IT I0 MARVIELOUS HISTORY. GREAT RECO)RD 0141 TH1 PART. The Leading One Hundred Events or tho Nineteenth Century. Christian Herald. An eventful century truly has been this nineteenth centu-y of the Chris tian era now within a month of its close. F om whatsoever standpoint it is re garded, Its history is marvelous. la the knowledge we have gained during its progress, of our own globo, it stands unparalleled. There has been wonder ful progress also in science, in educa tion, and in the adaptation of natural forces to human purposes. Political and territorial changes, too, have made 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. — 20 December 1900

nk t' )Ojie8 JOiflii1 ~~ 'IT ( . f9!INSO N, !ldifor. Subscription One Dollar a Year jiCutered at thlo 1:;' Omico at. P ick1n as swo~n-is.< :tor. TREl'o1.\Y, .Gf.'. I. Ir -V T i . V ii tY' ~ t0II(2 t T1,71 .901-.: .MAU'E.DIN. Thofreaders of The Journl will ple al w u to in'troduce- to thecni T. J.Mudn qwho -w t"'ke char of The' J ourn.aI 'nnu:,v - t " 1 Ile hais hopsed tin,' I'lant and1, w-ll loi tt, a r and l r nIVFs m)i ocr. It is the :i' p ll' th d ie T f Th11 ut.lur na to ine. the tA.c. of mat'ri TOitt .1 di Aw of .:.' aco Is but 0A Wr.t Man AvMr fat"] K. t 1 ..~ 4 HA IIlll - v, b-.I n m :,rei d need n ' noe T T 'h K CI v W til C tt -7 'iI AA , ~ t u .11 d~rtot:~i ~ r R all U 11' : erit iy i at .:d I Chistin1 f-ru the, t hat hEbC wIA Riuov tC~, urythir t hat wen t n etil e hera~c favdfaily ou a[Isn beg( utfel I t (mp tohis i th Il is ar * . ~~huruc* o flrrow. s o n~o Pla ve, fuhir, ht tese rs lution peat pon the chunep inte~neacopy, fthem scu tty theo bercavd famoly andbo~ aOb...

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. — 20 December 1900

The People's JournaL ' --l and Personal. Mond~hy nilgits. -For drugs and toilet articles go to Bolt & Thoril" y. -1.. F. Ansel of Grcenivydle was in Pickons Momlly, .-A11 hindsi of ready made cal!es at. Mr s. Cton's. -Vhv-n you come to Pickons YOUt ao sure to Le the ig SLore, -Mrsi. Elhr Folger of Easley wa vistig Ml r. 11. B. Honjidi cks this wee-k. --Fire-*worss ! Fireworks of (v ry k0id at ia. Cureton's. -Soveral hindred dollars to loan on1 real estato for clients. Ap ply W. F. Uiassigame, Atty. nt.. -Don't lorget the dolls and toys - ttd 1 r-irs Ct rovl's. -Marri Ol the Sth inoist. by Rev. J. T. Dolbonl, Mr. Jer.y Ghani tLo Miss Luc-y Sadlor. -XI m8 goods of ull kinds have Come and are uIll coming at rs. Cure l.,u:. T. DA.-isen th11l1 ainVii~tr onl lh" 0ti1 i.t., Mr. George LNc: hartt islati Way - .-Mris. '. L. J frn tf GrsiP -villo and at ulU~x of our. fuAIU\\Cill Z l .1. E, G andy i s v'itll iilil Pickelns thIis wekdl. -T -re w%,,I I. a nio vava%. matter crosde-v.c1 out, o...

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. — 20 December 1900

THE 5hADOW** $1 OF THE It s(ORDILLERA;*: :j Or, The Maunoria flower. 1:1: 0U BY VIRGINIA LEILA WENTZ. ' Coe y urarr, 1900, "$ h tt. Y FuVIN NVARDAflLN. 14: 1: $j: j4 j$j $$: $$ C1AP l U.. u 11 Liana had retur-ned from the countr i with dark half eciles under her eie and all her pretty color gote. "Too laiy long walks, too 1u4b Vi1, lent iding and that solt of thing. 've overdone It," she explained t4 .Ilis. Morris. )lit. she adevd, seeing t(e Iook of distress nill that lady's race, "I'll s0on frt-shel 1ip - youi'll see!" She did1. .\ndl whi-n the salltsonl olwnl ed she bteaenin' inlost pollari-; slit' wa a here aid there tad everyhv liere. '11lt Jiqlln'y of' It ft'origII ilarti gale heri an additional attractivenuess. IHer st elil ti upllhs WIw Ifo. 'r the fIrst t ,iine fully aw n thll' iliplutlit li , Wittt to her ('1a111s, aid he wilnierd at his iomer iparativat. ihy. As to Liana. he i aa iliing tlistiess ed her greaitly. I w-as his litlw'i"s Idolized sonl; shit. IJ1.ian. wa*1- 1w...

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. — 27 December 1900

VOL, to.-NO. 48. PICKENS. S. C., THURSDAY, DECEM ER r nOW OLD SANTA CLAUS REFORMED. By Peter McArthur. "Get out of herel" said Santa Claus. "Pick up your grips and walkl I don't intend to buy from you And haven't time to talk." ge chased the drummers from his house, And then with bang and din He turned the keys and shot the bolts As he went grumbling in. The telephone receiv er next Down from its hook he dropped, Then said to Mrm. Santa Claus: "It's time this thing was stop ped. "They've fairly made --a fool of me For twenty years or inore, But when they case with aeroplanes I hhowed them to the door. "With automobiles and such trash "GET OUT OF HER!" And bicycles I'm through; My reindeer sled is good enough For what I'm going to do. "I've just made up my mind for keeps To start the century right; So take all that newfangled stuff And hide it from my sight. "MY REINDEER SLED 18 GOOD ENOUGH." "The thingumbobs and curlycues That silly folks contrive I'll never give away again As long ...

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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