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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 14 March 1901

The People's Journal. T. J. MALDIN, Em'roR. PUBLISHTE) EVEIRY 'T'l URSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year Entered at the Post Oflico at Pickens as second-class matter. THURSDAY MARe11 1i. 4901. President McKinley's inaugura tion was a most gorgeous, event far exceeding any thi.g of this kind this country has ever seen. A man is judged to a great ex tont by what ho is able to accom. palh. Sometimos ho is estimated Much more than ho is worth aid occasionally his value is fixed on ia basis of failures and shortcomings. Pickens county is fast progressing towards the developnlt that w ll will mako her a very potent fact or in the Stato's affairs. The increase in taxable valiu's this year will i show something of iiiti.ret to horni People. Andorson is attract ing the atton tion of peoplo all over ho t'iittedl States. it. is nre n caso oft sI) sational ism than allything e.lse but the more sensation tlie Imio ri benefits an indiforent class of newspapers gather frIom it. Chiarlestoni will ...

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. — 14 March 1901

TL do'sb Journal. ., PORT. C-G. the lleath, Bruce, Mot Str. . .......8% 13trk . .... .......8 ldd 8%, ft. l'n. ...... ..... .......................8 Ntalus.................,,..,......7 t o 8 PRODUCE. E ggs. . . ...................... .................. Chickens-ilen ....... ,................20 to 22% F-TyCrs....................... .........12% to l8 Butter......,....... ..................,10 Beeswax.................................... 20 Local and Personal. -rhe recent heavy rains give farmers a deoided backset. -Give us your advertisement and the trade will come to you. -Mrs. Jeremiah Loopor is improving after several weeks illness. -Apply at Mrs. Flora Lathem's for board. Terms reasonable. -A. L. Edons Esq. of Knob has bcon commissioned as Notary Public. -1. E. Geor, rep'esenting Tlie State newspaper was in ichons Friday. -J. 0. Brock of Seneca, formerly of this place, was among his friend last week. -Dr. W. F. Austin will be in Pickens Tuesday evening and Wednesday tho 19th and 2...

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. — 14 March 1901

WILLIAM MKINLEY'S SEC( 'he Military Display A coI'RT o1 HONOR IN FRM0 The National Capital i WASJ1nix1ros, Ahkarch -I.- -Wvillinia I McKinlcy, of Ohio, to'd'.y Was inducted I H into tie Presidential oflice, being the eighth in tle illustrious line of' 'resi dents of the U'nited lts thus holored by the Ainerican people with I second tl y siIlult anetously,Th cotlore lloosclt, r of New York. becaie vice president of tihe U'nited States. The celeloniy that marked this *et'omi assunuption by President Me Klmiey of tihe cares of state was ti pressive atd full of suggestion of the developluent of the republic duiriing t lie past four years. The weather is always a sou rce of :pprehensioni oi itilligration day anId it has be- come almos10t % tlrmamqj that ever can a President expect on two conscelt iniauguatins to hiav'et evel fair weaither. 'I'he oldest ilihabitants of Washminton shivelr now whIien they think of the terrible hardships s111'ered by the paraders and even ihe spectators en t...

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. — 21 March 1901

#I THE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL VOL 11.-NO. 8. PICKENS. S. C., THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 19o. ONE DOLLAR AYEAR G.UN. BIUNJAMIN HARRISON Interesting Sketch of His Life and Character by a Southerner. F. H. Richardson in Atlanta Journal. It may be said of Benjamin Iarri son that he gave as much to his family fame as he derived from it, if not more. The campaign joke that he wore " his grandfather's hat" iwhen he first ran for President was evidence either of ignorance or malice on the part of those who made it. The grand father was a good old Virginia gentle man, who became an accidental Pres. ident, and by the mercy of God was transferred to another sphere of ac tion a month after his inauguration. Benjamin Harrison was as much abler man than his grandfather as the great Napoleon was abler than his nephew, who mesmerized Europe with his name. Benjamin Harrison certainly was one of the ablest men of the Republican pai ty for fifteen yeais before his death, and that period lapped over into the career...

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. — 21 March 1901

The People's Journal. T.1. MAU IAN, E1wrou. P~ll~silCI ICistYTIlUllslMY. Jnteatred at tho Po4t ofeio at Pickois a seconil-elams mnatter. INFORMATION. 1~'1i1nnrlos 'llic'.--Sent to anov tliress for oie yealr for $1.CO for six m oh() ents; for three monthe, 25 cenii t s- l':.1 a tbl i v ad nyev. RATFS FOR A ioiviT1No'i.-Olio inch. first insert ion, $1.00; each sub-egnent in sertion, ' W cents, L.o nill moties, r(oi' cenits Per line for first in irtion; fiv celtii 1per 1line for anel suibsehilelt in r tion. Obinlarie-: ar4l 'ribuites of Res pe t. Noticer, of T1intaik.:, anld all ):er. E(ial iotice of a polifie ti 1nt ro, tak ing~ more hin one-.fourth coltuint space are eh:tere :)s.regular advertisemnn t's Liberai c'on(tract- m1e:d for thrae, F-ix anel tvwelve it1)111hs. W i'te f or terill. catONICA'rJOSs.--We -,Ie alw RNays glail to liish let o'r oil matters of!pubic itrt.All COnnonalea0-tionlS mustl. het accornpuical lb te anie 1th(1 and athrees of the wtilio' r the%' will be gioten 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. — 21 March 1901

The People's Journal. MAIKET REPORT. Corrected Weekly by tio lleiath, Bruce, Morrow Co. Strict good mhn Id .., .. ........ ....... 8%Y Strict middling. . . .8 1.8 M idd ling... .. ..... ...... T .og. ... ...7 1.2 8ta n.. .......... ... 6 1-2 to 7 1-2 ('hlcen~s-lien 21I F-r ye.......... I. 2utte. . i.e.s....... . 11ams............. ..............10 '. Local and Personal. -Tho disprusqry is a fruitful soulrC of litigation in the criminal court. -Alply at Mrs. Flora Lathom's for board. 'ernis roasonablo. -N. B. Crey of Wadliallai and Geo. E. Princo of Anderson, aro visiting law yors at court this week. -Only on homicido in Pickens county this year i an improvement for which to fool gratcful. --Whiskey, pistols anid hot suppers Wing moro peoplo to sorrow tlhan all other evils prevalent. -Good crowds attended coirt this week but farn work has been progre ss iug rapidly. -Rov. W. C. Seaborn filled his iegu lir aippaitment at Praters last Sunday f pIeaching to a large Cong lrega tion. E-.-...

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. — 21 March 1901

AN HU flERO Copyl'Y ;il'T, 11to , BY T1 1iOM A T-E APA The MlT l - had neve I's to . S Ite O e4x citemen it :I'0 I : '. \\'nie . h ti it h ill1 tlh'd up I, s i 'I i ' t rl t tIut l t' i.'* :11 Itl - iied l r it h it - p l. t'I'~ I t i ' : lie-i exltd: b111c le ,dred (u to anse: a tl w ti: t t at their sknd titit ae T-iln ui dti1 niw re ii ;: t t ir Ingetiani is at sai' attl tin itt'.e the 114. thidto 4'iti.hsl-to'. Thire . 't i'p' t is i~ '.\it i t was (( lh l t lt the ht - d listi 1.111 ish 1 oo I l it : tha tt wil i n r ntg t li 1 i : i : - w t l w init k ilhi'l w i n b h i t' t .Ills n'n Itbu wnst int h-wil :i1. ' 111* , 1-l th, 'e-I Stiwet-n l ttih s.M ti ' Vd t elI-er ti'. Tl pv ieoph- t a'sk tt's M ill :dty g l ovhri' that palt l i u i kilam l I, as ossutln til;: t h ld h. I or ' I , : t )1 'itig w ar,1'. 1 1 e but11 t--' l t Il s i,' loll ill I ht'ir <quiet, untl-n'titlful w:Iy, g iv itig littl14 thoughit Its what Illey hit-ard- and f'eelinig 001111de011 I tilt I v 'cll 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. — 28 March 1901

THE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL VOL -NO. . PICKENS. S. C., 'TIHURSDAY, MARCH 8, o. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR JUDGER WILLIAM H. WALLAC Soldier, Jurist and Statesman Loss to the State-Sketch of H 7Life. Greenville Meuntaineer. The news will be received with sa nes throughout the State that .Jutl William I1. Wallace has passed awa. Ho had boon sick for two weeks wit grippe at his home in Union and wo thought to be improving, but a 1ud(e relapso took place on Thursday, 21: inst., which speedily ternainated in i death. Judge Wallace was one of th best beloved men in South Caioli m Ile had troops of friends in every pai of the Stuite, and it is not saying to much that lie never lost a friend b his own conduct. U pright, honorablc genial and companionable, from ii youth he was endearing his fellow-me to him and received their co(lial afTec tion. When the war clouds lowere over this section in 1861 and ien wer called upon to select leaders for the cor Ilict, it was not surprising that %% m. 11 Wallace wats so...

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. — 28 March 1901

Tie Peoples Jou'iial. Tr. J.11 A l'LI>I N, E4"1ron,. 111.18111ti1) IVERtY TilUlRSDAY. Entervil :a1 the ilost Office at 'iekoens as ceuotd-eb..ss mnatter. IN FOR MA TI ON. 8-isen' rol'1 N l'iunel.- Selt to 1111 il : f il i1ne . e:1r f4 r 41.(0 fir Six wo .1i cnt ; for three 10iolths. 25 }{\ i itl I \'F.it iSi .(I n o - 1i.., lil . 1.i; e.l(-II .i vindenct in Pi C ion. (0 .11s, I- I notices, te Ofn (e) I I i r I: i f. I lir-a ils-e ' o. n; liv (4 .. #-eI 'ine f.- vach .1a1h ibne t in r ti 4 . (h ! :e- .. ,1 Trib te s oflif es wi I Not i .4 #of T" -.Ik' :. fall ::e 44i3 1:(e ov a o ti lI v 1:n1111 tk oI - t, 3or. .' 11 i 1 3--fiill collum spalee are 4 l o i. , ::s Iregul-e atv eis lents U11beral c-Innat Imd. n t fr thIrav,sx :111! inclk - Iiinths. W ir-te forI te In.&. C, "xl e.NIC TJuS.-- We atI j al wav y It" (l.,tr on matters o'p lhie . .ilt . . 3lAH(j33, 1.)[ int.r.'. I. l.\ll com untien is nest hi mowwii bY i'i~ f II\. h wil hie gi ii i 1n1t3-1. I e No cmtntunIe.,tj ion of ...

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. — 28 March 1901

The People's JolurnacIl. Corrected weekly !'y t Ice, t 1orro.v Co. mbhll~in ,. ..7 3. 1 mng.... .... 7 :;..l 1J - *-----... .......7 5-s ---.... .......7 7 1 8 -- -... ....... 1; 7 If o' --................ * .. c < . . .. ho Local and Personal. 0 -1)r. V. F. Auisitin will be it Norris' 01 Si-lo Track Wednesday April 3rd. at --ead T. 1). 1 farris' advertiseint- ill seling out at cost, c1 --Seo ldveritiemen1l)t of Cailig lirother Il ;1n this issue. So them for timely priceS al IIlI timely trade. See them. di ---Wet weathevr is upon us iandii fa'rme 01 a1r) growing? restless5 with the delay in work occasioned thereby. al - An Hm11ible Ilero" is Ilie title of a serial story begiining in our) issue o1 hlist Week. Iead it. -For filie by J. 1). Craig, Piekns, S. C. ollt open top C;iolitna bigczy good oI as new, for 1aslh (,r on timae withl good ) seurity. A bargain. Call at Craig - m -See cilation notice in re I lhe estate of 1) A. B. Williams, dcweasedl. --Only158 tax executions havo b...

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. — 28 March 1901

1P AN HU T HERO --1 COPYBICjII'T, 1901, BY TIIOMAS CIIAI'TIlR III. SEEKING INFORMATION. James5 Melvin was in no very pleas ant humor to begin with. Since early morning he had been In the saddle, and for 12 long hours he had followed the tortuous course of a dimly marked road which wound un certainly up and down anti in and out among the rugged hills that border the Missourl river. His assertion that the horse he rode possessed a galt like that of a cow was not an exaggeration, and neither was that other assertion, that he was hun grier than a bear. Ile had eaten noth Ing since early morning, and his break fast, secured at a log cabin back in tho hills, had not been anything like as sumptuousias lie could have desired. And now, oi top of these discomforts, James Mlelvfi had suddenly awakened to a realization of the fact that he was lost - lost, with night and darkness coming on and nothing to guide him back to his course. Since leaving Beekett's Miil he had traveled the main. road fo...

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. — 4 April 1901

THE PEOPLE'S JOURNA VOL II.-NO. 10. PICKENS. S. C., THURSDAY, APRIL i or ONE DOLLAR A YRAR THI CAPTURE OF AGUINALDO. Funaton'. Daring Exploit-The In surgent Chief is Taken in His Mountain Retreat. ' The capture of Aguinaldo, insurgent chief of the Filipinos, was effected on the 23rd of March. 11e was taken in his hiding place among the mountain fastnesses in the province of Isabella. Gen. Frederick Funston, of Kansas, Is the captor of Aguinaldo, who was betrayed by an officer of his staff and was inveigled by treachery into the snare oet for him. The capture has been fully confirmed, and the war department has been In formed by Gen. McArthur that he holds the leader of the insurgents as a prisoner in his own residence at Ma nilla. The details of the capture have not benn received at the department. President McKinley very naturally is much gratified that the chief mover in the insurrection has been taken. It has been the opinion of the military authorities for a long time that Aguin...

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. — 4 April 1901

People's Journal. 1 :. 'I jL1) 1N, Elw iro i. Iv :i, a) B0VIEiY TIIURSDAY. ICntered at the Post Office at Pickens as second-class matter. THU'lo;AY APRIL -1. 1901. The (overnor contilluos tc. re ceivO rleporIs of sinali pox from dif. ferent prits of tho State H1on. 1). S. IlIendrson of Aikon is nii avowed calididato for the U nited Stlates Senato. Scarlet fev-.r is still causing un11 easiness and troublo for Clemson. A quaraltine has beon declared agai nst Pendletonl. Richmond 1a111 sIffered a sriuI loss in] the dostruction of t-he .otf ferson 1lotel by firo oin th flight of 29Lh of Alarch. Many filn works of art are also lost, including Val ontine's marble statute of Thoiras Jefforson. rihe State pension hoard is now acting on the pt'l.sioll reportS tak. ing thom by counties. Several are being 'refused " and many more which seem1 meritorious will doubt less ble "4urned down" for the want of sufflicient evidelIno. 'he Greenville N-'w1s improves With every isle. It gives tll, 1eVws a...

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. — 4 April 1901

The People'S Journal AR~KET IREPORT. Corrected weekly !,y Ihell I rleelit, flice COTTON. ildlling ........ ........ ...7 3 ................................7 1 ...........................7 7 1 . .... ...;.................. 6 to P1l0oDUC.. . ............. ..................1 . ...... ................ 201 to 2-) ........... ............12 to 1 ... .................................... 1 ( l - w ............. ........................... 2 ( Ila,m .. ... . ... . . .. . . . .. --1 Local and Personal. -Wilton Ifoster is runintig On th( Pickens R1ailroaI noW. -Apply for board at It. A. Bowenl's, Teris 1casonable. .-Sheiff J. H. O. McDaniel ha beer tiick, confluod to his room. -Friday the 5th inst. is Glood Friday -the following Sutinday is laister. -All iItoxic:1ls le Illy or illIgally sold i.-; dealdly in its effet and should he prohibited. -See adverlimenitilt of Craig IIrother. ill this i;ssle. See theml for tiiely pries and timely trade. Sew, them. -11 iotiie of co'iunty hmiad of enn tro...

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. — 4 April 1901

I AN HL HERO - - YRIGIT. 1i 0, IY 'ilONA CITAPTll V. YO.1 UNClE JONA liAN I II. Melvin was i.ore fItunate thanl le had (tltiated hope, for iv hIl golle but it short distalnce wheni ie I at, lit o road anid after fullowilig that a littl way ranl (11 oin ti a house. It Is tiue It was uot iiich of a beinig Iluerely a smal log C11ii. i'l it SUIrroT din i 25 nV 111ea1 ger t :11ii. 1i.l vitinig. preilsing lithk t i til- h % 6 COn forts; but, for all that, it W0ul'l a i ford shielter and food'. :a1 l 11 a1 %%:1, [ giat deal utnder the ciretui-in' s. lie rode up to the tua1l1 de lone .31 fence that stootl Ibektween he' y i 4 and the road ail wa- 1:irin f t l e1t let hls presence le Lnowl whle a 111111 entne al' Ildt 41 (1're lie wva-i a little. wiry. ve:'ther haIlln ('Il chaip. almli ',t hillden n''Tl 111,0 : 1A M i lu th bre:nl brililicel str:J:i 1::11. I It waS no t exP-etin: .1 ti :ire.' e,. r. iti d the upe:ir:i1-e e f - " ' great si se t1 Mt. I I ." I Fihlrt. h;i - IInou thII I a ! .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. — 11 April 1901

THE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL VOL ti.-NO. 11. PICKENS. S. C., THURSDAY, APRIL 11, igor. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR CARNEGIE I8 DOING GOOD. Bill Arp Undorses the Great Steel King and Makes Suggestions. " Scale it, Mr. Fricks, scale these prollts down 5 per cent for the next fiscal year. The books show tiat we are getting too rich. Put down the price of steel rails and put up the price of labor. We are but trustees for our fellowmen and a million a year is enough for us." If Mr. Carnegie had said that ten years ago, he wouldn't be so perplexed now about giving away his money. Ile says it is a sin for a man to (lie rich, and as life is uncertain and death is sure, he seems to be in a hurry about getting rid of his millions. The flve millions he has settled upon his aged and indigent laborers is a benefaction that everybody commends. The twenty-five millions that he has given to the cities for public libraries is not especially commended by anybody ex cept those who receive it. It is about on a par with ...

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. — 11 April 1901

The People's Journal. T. ;.1 A ' LI)1 N, EDrrou, I~~~~' E'0111 I''R Y 'I'll118 t Enjte rej aIt, th10 Post Onico At P CkenS As seconiul.e s.4 nutter. ']IU t S DA\Y A PHL 11 . HOO1 I The ( reenvillo Strre-t Fair is a drawing cord. EIv,erybody that call is going aId tlote who go arn being" royally enItertainled. \\'hat this govwernmIiieni t will d wit~h .\guinlaldo i; thw paramo1(unt question at tIhis hour. Tho gov ernment seems-I to have aln elepltit onl its t. loister was ia gI0rious, alt 'll perflct., day. 1)id You Catch wthe iISliration of the tirmo and givk1 overt' a .1ttle o f your thought to tlie gre-at evenlt it celobrat Ied? 'Las anybody seeln a tinoIIulument to the valienit isoldiers of the lat (c.0.1 foderacy that did not have ii se rib ed upon its face', "Er'e'pct#Ad by the I WOImnIIyo?' This is a conimlentary I that needs no c, Imilent. Despite rainiy wonther and fe- i diction~s (4o the c ntay frm r in this c'itry are showing by tlwi1.r industry that thiy (14) n t pIrl Se ...

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. — 11 April 1901

Correct I week lyy th llenth, ll ruce, Morroxv t Striet -. . ....... ........ ...7 3-. Htrict .... ......... . .... 7 f., d .......................7 .:. i ......................7 7 1 t "ta l...................... 6i to 7 .0! 0Ci-:. E ~g ... ... . . . .. . .. . ... ................ 20 1 o 22 F ...... ............12 1u o Iy ..... .......................... 1 . . .. . ..... ....... .. 21 Locat and Personal. -Apply for board at It. A. Bowen's. Terma., reasonable. -A pply for board (at 'Mrs. Lathem'. Terms reawonable. -Seo 110 ice re spec1~ing rep Iirs of iron bridge ow r Keowee river. --somaething ought to be Ion towiarJ clOalling 111) and beatifying tho ceietery. -S -o citatiin notic of the estate of the lIte J. T. Yoimgblood elsewhero in this3 issue. -ih-ln Fii(1, of Ilh Tweve "Mile e tioln, itored the Graded Schko )I here last week. -See adverliement of Spring Millin. cry by Mlrs. Lathuto. Sio can suit you il the latest :tyle. --See ad( vert iseinit of Craig Irothers in this imsnze. ...

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. — 11 April 1901

(AN HU HERO 1- Co nT, 1901. Ii TIA: I ITE 1 eII . Prl' I I A A : i l :i fiE it T. After supper NievIill n11d old "Mn Turnerm sat ont In tit i yard and talketd that Is. Turner asked lettstions. anid .\elvinl allswerell tihem. Me~lvinl was IIn at better huin1or. sincev lie was slightly rested and hiis h11uinger' had been ill pelnsed, and to the h11undred <lestiomit Turner asked he rettied Iready a i good natulred ainswers, although.1 hit did not always return true Ones. -'2tially3 Melvin found fil oppo:ttunit. to lead the conversation. anid tion lit told about the old uinl itak iln I h woods and of Is <1ut-erin'intt with bhin. For thel first till)( thtit evening T'iur net burst into it roar of h i1tr. laughter. "Lord a-iiassy." he Cried, "ilon't 11) know who that old boss w' "Certalinlynot." Mel vin re'lhl. "Hlow Should I know when i aIn a lotal stran - ger here'" -To be shoeI. I for ot '10i11 t tb t. StIll. It seem li ke h v r'o dy, 1 n0 t 1 04 4ON to k n i 11i W. n . I lit t's...

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. — 18 April 1901

1THE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL VOL 1i.-NO. 12. PICKENS. S. C., THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1gor- ONE DOLLAR A YEAR BILL ARP TALKS OF APRIL The Grandchildren Had Lots o Fun Out of the Old Man. This month did not begin right April means. to open, but it did no open. It was an April fool. Nothnj shows in my garden but the pens an( onions. The flowera make no progress There is no sweet south wind t< breathe upon them-no sunshine. O Monday the grandchildren impose upon me with their Ilindoo pranks, They gaVe me a cup of chocolate witl whipped cream on top, and it waE nothing but soapsuds. I pretended tc be fooled, but I wasent; I paid then back in various ways. The lindoo started this childieh custom away back in the ages, and it still pleases the children. And now Easter day is at hand that is another name that came down from the Pagans. Ostera was their goddess of' eprinig and it was cor rupted into E stera. How these old heathen names do stick to us. The names of the days of the week and of the mon...

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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