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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 18 April 1901

The~~ Peopl)e's; Joiiw~ PU]I.8(11) ) 8 (HH' J T.t~c ~ J . . A 'I' V E: E.ore the the Popular . sprinig nn! i . - ball tWall ILibi-rtv CI. h for theac ' be succ dt-i I, capers, on o. Pere Who - Utead. Ti been affect 1 of Senator is known :i - AigainlSt. him.......11 pointmen10 t h \ to be Io.;t m. v Doillecd. T that MtLl!u with the MAJlv-.' A - Therliet proelir the ne(:, -c ine (tra l asbesto(I usefulh gelnius.I ail 'I "O . facto~s (ifI 1ro\'elun-it - r)ih hillt - Omploy m, Ou0 I(st < - for fiill i. K able witi out av. - caplitall u rawv no good .su 'hey n. assist in wards t wvardin to makli - it ciig timie to 11 I)V I . that 12. d in:, . Rt th fiH 1 .. - * are pro~ - . ...> andi get .-hI p)reacher1. - m n with yi u. 1 lN friend. II he re - lug the soLi piast few weI: have repeat t p~loweVd gr (nI 0or the subist:e L'rI' nu the OiILnera reI-Ui Ii ingly favoi U. M . : K of mocre telra'I.s I' ii * (;E'il I . for Pi(ken-I. co' nl -, o. i ~ late someW plan! or b~- . l. of a county 4...

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 April 1901

The People's Journal. MAIAKE T It1POltT. Corrected weekly b'y the Iletth, Bruce, Morroov Co. -'r'roN. Strict good mhIling...7 3.. Strict m h lllng f...................... .... 7 5i Middlng V............................... 7 1 T inge" ........................................7 7 1 4 talus.. ... .................... 6 to 7 I'R00UCIPC. E ggs. . .S ... I............ ..................1K Chilckensi-lens... .. ... .:........... 20 to 2'R, F-ryers...................... ....... . 12% t o iS But ter............................... 1 Beeswax............. . . .................... 20 llams............. ..... ............i. Local and Personal. -Picnic time will oon bo hore. -Elias D.ay is now i residelt of Ca teechee. --Sabsaribi for the JOUnNAb, and got the county news. -Apply for board at It. A. Bowenl's. Terms reisoitble. -Apply for board at Mr.i. Lathiei'a. rorns reasonablo. -Road tle market report by Heath, Bruce, Morrow Co. -Commercial travolors aro conspicti 011 those spring days. -Go. W. 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. — 18 April 1901

AN H (f R0' -'"* COPYRIGIIT, 1901, BY THIOMA, (ClAl'TE-:t IX. A DANGECROUS MElTINO. Although a copile of' weeks had pass ed since Jimhes iel vinl arrived onI 'OS sum1) iidge, the public bad by Io iteIalis lost Interest In him, and nelther had Its curliosity regarding him been in any teo. gree satislied. lie was still a tilhijert of wontder, and speculatilon voncerning him-his past life atId chairaItr ci al his purpose in coming to the li -itg' - was 1s rife as It hail ever beel. Of course his staitenilell to old 111i1n Turner that he hal(d comeIV IIereto1 IrO-t pect for minen halid spraltd IIIbOad aliong tile people, but therle' wetr ery few who bel!'?ved for. a it hlalie t 1 t11:1t there wavIs i word of' truth iI It. ThIIer were to I ine a e velot' ilive ts i tll:t Section alnd, S1so fa s anly one kw. tr4 i o nois rs f rin ral delimsits. Il view of thse tings, wtliw i eilo was thiere of a coinpany (o ttapit:msis seld.(tk ing t a Irua therli on liny s ch i I Bioll ? ill) S.a11111so:...

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 April 1901

HEPEOPLES JOURNAL 1VOL .-NO. 13 PICKENS. S. C., THURSDAY, APRIL 25 190 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR SINATOR M'LAURIN FIRIUS FIRST GUN. A Defence of His Political Course - His Conception of the South's Duty. The Manufacturer's Club of Char lotte, N. C., had an eventful day in its history when the Chinese minister, Mr. Wu Ting Fang, was the guest of honor, and next in rank among the prominent men present was Senator John L. McLaurin, of South Carolina, who read a declaration of his position in politics, and while the address was entitled '' Our Present Condition in t the South and Our Duty for the Fu ture," it was in reality the first gun in his campaign for re-election to the Senate. Hc indicates the lines along which he will fight. le has left the "ruts," he says, and for so doing (to fonds himself, and indicates the line in politics he thinks the South should fol low. Mr. McLaurin spoke as follows: t Mr. Toastmaker and Gentlemen: I desite to make a statement of somewhat a personal nature befo...

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 April 1901

The People's Journal. T. J. 31A U LDIN, EToL. I ow Jnteredl at the Post Oflivo at Pickeus as III secoil-elams matter. T' ) 0It- ). A itt ll. '5. 190 1. an, 1si t S. Onlo coirre-qpond- lt. felicitates up- ith, on11 the supposIi candida1 y ( f a1 lo cillan1 ,If P'i-ko.s counity fur Con- r. grcss. Who m-(xt?r Lib.-ty, with a coitton) mill near ing comhaio :I bank of re spe46.tale rop tion almo III (St inl sight, is o 1mng up in an attrac UNi(e shapo. ftr al 111 t io: of' McLauri n'Is Charlott't t<( speCh2It (1oes not accord tho high it encobnn th juiorsonator ha*11 ben r-eiving at the hands (d-lhis frientdsi an .Itd supporters of isk avowed policy. J ld giing Iirotm the nmll eroum, lenigthy and zealousI artivles Conl tributed for ti readm, g public j aInit t the p)lo)S l dispetsar'V at t Cer.tral, the qilet obervor' Is (om. t p 'llo to tcbl that tho village is con1sitterably agit atk'd. Thw Texas lilauehas refusev I to make tin appropriattionl in aid of -l el...k -% , .11i -i t'ln 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. — 25 April 1901

The People's J ournal. Local and Personal. -Read estrf1f notice inl this issu0. -Read the phurch directory published 1p The Journal. -Miss Ida Sitton of Blaine is visiting the family of W. H1. Ashnmore. --W. A. Rainos of Maynard lost a valuable horso last Thursday. -A. W. Iuidgoni of Enloy was oil the streeot of Picke n Monday. -Apply for board at Mrs. Latheiin'si. Term111. reasolnable. -Try some of Dr. Earlo's 11 pur Ken tucky 1pplo vinegar att 25 vents i galloil. -11ad the markot report at the head of tho local column. --Dr. Wj. F. Austin, dentist, will be in Pickenis April 30th anl[ Mlay 1s4t. Tho merichint of PickelP aro doing th proper 1ibin ig inl a1grooing to Clow'. at 0:30 p. im. from 0May 1st to September 1st. -J. E. Kinch, the job pi iltor is pre pared to do your work With neatiess and despatclh. --.Th all (lay singing at, Runion churob last. Sunday was nii eijoyable o(. caision. It wis ia happy.success. -W. T. McFall is againi at his store after anl abtsence of several da...

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 April 1901

IAN HUI HERO COPYRIGHT, 1901, BY THOMAS I CHAPTER XI. ANOTIER STiANGER APPEARS. James Melvii, whose real name was y Frank Shelton, did not go away fromi s Possuim Ridge, as Louisa had advised 'i him to do, but he had tarried on fromI k day to day in the hope of seeing her I ngain and promising himself that as d soon as he had another Interview with a her he would take his departure. Ills C purpiose i seeing her again wits to t make a strong and final effort to In duce ier to aecompaniy him) to some '1 Point in the far west where they 1 would remain unknown and where, as S .he reasoiied, they could lead saife and v happy lives. y One evening lie came In from a long s tramip in the woods, where he had t gone ostensibly to prospect for miilieral, s an(1 found Turner sitting In front of I the house in a deep study. lIe watc- c ed the old man for a little while, then called out gayly to hhm: "A penny fo' your thoughts, Mr. s Turner." 1 'The old man gave a start and looked t lip. "I dol'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. — 2 May 1901

THE PEOPLES JOURNAL VOL ut-NO. 14. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, MAY 2, 19. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR BI3j ARP RXVflXWS THU0 WAR Death of Gen "Tige" Anderson Causes a Backward Glance. General G. T. Anderson (Old Tige) and Colonel Tom Taylor have just passed over the river. They were near the same age and were close to gether during the civil war. General Anderson was our brigade commander and Colonel Taylor commanded one of his regiments, the First Kentucky. Since the war one of them was made chief of police of Atlanta and the other of Louisville, Ky. Taylor was next to the last of the surviving colonels of that brigade. It was General Bartow's old brigade, composed of the Seventh. Eighth, Ninth and Eleventh Georgia regiments and the First Kentucky and a Virginia battery. The regiments changed their colonels many times and of the old Eighth only one (Colonel Towera), who was its lifth colonel, now survives. None but the veterans know how numerous were these changes of commanding officers. The 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. — 2 May 1901

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Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 2 May 1901

The People's Joi rnal. Local and Personal. -Wo havo received information that Capt. E. 11. Dagnall, father of tv. I. in Atlanta. is very foo I [At Aly tiu10 would not ignall wh.]o fol' SOVenil1 hoio reen3poling from the effoits of grip has so recovered a s1. to be ablo to resimo her duties ill Willian stou F(14mai'o College. 81o hft on Mon dar. -Tino colorId people asseibled in Colivention of 811day shloo;ls at their B ptist ohurllh at thii.4 plae 1 did aio m1lOnidable thinl jg lat Satuirilay in otfering a row. rd for the ar'st iaitl convictioi of Dan Smith for the imunrder of 11. Wat kor at Central voie time ago. -Tho memorial exercises4 at O!d Stone clitirch and Pen'idletoni, : p ilt of the pro griiml of which we pubislie. in las(4 issueo will be mupplemu: ted ats follo ws: Onl Satuirday (Wellills, May 4th, at 9 o'clook, Prof. W. S. Morrison, historian, will make an addre.si it Stone Chiuireb. At Pemidleton 11:30 a. it., the proe -ssion will bo formed iat B lptist chuiire; all gra...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 2 May 1901

(<AN KU SHERO .. oYr T, i0BY THOMAS on : nin IV rIni. Turner knew that Melvin was not going to Beckett's mill. Ite was as Well :ssured of' that fact as lie would have been hadl Ieivin told him so. lie knew, oi the contrary. tinat he was go lag to Ili Jenkins' place. y he was going he did not know filithr t uhII that he knew tle ivw stranger had; something to do with it. Tie Important informiation possessed by a1 little cotetite at leckett's Nill concerning Nitlvin had not reachel Jonathan Turner. ! i et, and fo a wVoIlder. it haid iot Spreal bodii hit' few personis to wIoIn Sa:n .\orgaIn had11i related it that night at Iliieks' s tore. T.'he reason it had niot spro':i. and It only reason doilitless., w\as at rilotab' to Hicks. With in 'ye ill nl to busi ness he hand sween a iikoivly t'bi:mcee t) turn it ft~v honest dollar" t, If tihey would all eetp 41hub'' :aii p ti ntly Await the( develo1pinen-t lt of eve t- Tak-. ing thle others fully- inito hiiinh he had sald: "If that felir'...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 9 May 1901

THE PEOPLE'S JOUR VOL .-NO. 15PICKENS. S. C., THURSDAY, MAY e, 19. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR "LEE, THE PRIN( A Splendid Tribute to if Native of Gre The following address was delivered W. Austin, Esq., a native of Greenvill 1I. Austin, of Walkereville. Mr. Ausi larta, and as the orator on Memorial 1: credit. Tihe address was heard by s0ev My Friends-The minstrel of th ancient days who told in song and story of the Trojan war sings of a scene where Pandai us, an aged councillor ol Troy, standing with Cressida, his niece, upon the city's eatern battlements, looks down on Priam's legions comiog back in untamed splendor from the Dardat plain whereon they had met in equal combat with the haughty Greek, and as the serried hosts return and each successive plhalanx files within the gate, points out t) her the Trojan heroes as they pass. First comes the brave Aeneas, commander of the host, the very front and flower of Troy, and next Antenor, second in command, a warriot shrewd in tactics and renown e...

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. — 9 May 1901

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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 May 1901

The People's Journal, Local and Personal. --W. A. Palmer made a visit to Union last week. -Senate - W. T. Bowen lost a valuable horse last " 'm pneumonia. -Bor and Mrs. Joe Gil strap o: 111t, a son. ter, of Olga, visited frier a the first part of the wer .y Bowen visited at the home . .A. Bowen the first of this week. -Ex-Supervisor M. Hendricks, of Table Mountain, was in town Monday on businoss. -Born unto Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Can troll on the 2(1 inst., two sons. Both are of good size and are doing well. -Rev. Thos. H. Modd filled his requ lar appointment at the Presbyterian church at 110. n., Sunday. -Lient Frank G. Mauldin made a Ebort visit to Atlanta on business the latter part of last week. -Messrs. Joe and Forest Keith, of near Table Monntain, went to Brevard, N. C., on a pleasure trip last week. I'-J. F. Bannister. a prominent busi ness lman of Cateechee was seen peram bulating on our streets last Tuesday. -A small party of the young folks in town had an enjoyable picnic at 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. — 9 May 1901

AN HI -.0'oltVMT, NOb Hy T11O0t. p1.tg :ti' [ t.1 HER h a "t1" :1 i "1 :. st Iire O in I ' predit' ad. l 11:l 1 ti inferin i n it well 4 1 l IV I ti't il I I. lih\e141 , 1 I I .1 ii Ii :it tIN tn I I r o -I -l yI as te n1th19:111 O l' t: lith ..r-.lf-111 11 ;i f,. i:i. e 'a I t a 1 I Ii'l .' i .tt .Iar t' ele i i i n ii- .a e '' lit. a l; ) ee ii' les. gin Thaa wih. th. e'l' n: i a on.. Ii .T i't ma shin dit er lie tlee il a I iui t score. litu1 ; w lt -tTei I b iaii t isti whlit w fu gr l : ] d I n li ne'A'thh elin I 'd lil)Oi :: -(li - 1 11 au. 'iojuielzni glane.x ti h fl or ( i t wsin Sn d -ii dotli' tait 'i'S iti t h'ad anyI Itr hw l ld'e'in lilhig hi((il'tftft " l' te \'lwn1 gt'i nue. .ei''10 ret1 Iw0ta Iwkut' (i iiisli ttIi P ('01 l e by "lcord. til tin aah tiit yle boi thnnt n nIo s: a h'ts ap': inn -h Ir'sttj i . t .i' I he I i b a We.ins ai pten 13 i riet el Ined Itio t tl i Mr " ' Ia' "Wlt-e , i '( go yr l i nd ih. ihl~ o al3't unwh . ni ' t S it ':"~fl .10 e. lih it -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. — 16 May 1901

THE PE OPLESR VOL H.-NO. 16. PICKENS. S. C., THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1Qor. ONE DOLLAR HAMPTON HIGHLY HONORIUD. I Veterans March in Body to Great ii Chieftain's Home. Wade llaptl)on who has been de- t scribed by (en. Gordon as the greatest a man the State of South Carolina ever y produced, was honored yesterday as t but few men are ever honored on this e earth. It is rare that it falls to the lot f of man to have such tribute paid to Ii him by liidreds of men, each of whom e is himself a hero. Gen. Iiampton was y much affected by the remarkable a demonstration of affection and regard , made by the grizzled survivors of many a bloody batt lefield and dashing charge; a so much so that towards the end of the ri addi'ess to his men bis voice was fal- 1 tering, and lie spoke with difliculty. n Ihis heart was full to overflowing. It . was a sight that those who witnessed 11 can never forget. It carried to all the e lesson that homior, chivalry and integ- f, rity have a reward that no other quah-...

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 May 1901

T. i. MAULI N' . fUAILISHED)o TlkVRY THURSDAY. 1rigersil 4t thl. Post Of1ce at Pickens as Jecond-lass matter. tn~nsnY M~v16, 1901. Let those interested in such on. terprises as aro calculated to build up Pickens town and Pickens county, generally, lake note dur ing this summer of the demand fi r lodging placeos and use a few fig ures and some speculative judg mont with the view of deciding whether or not an up-to-date hotel would pay in this section. If you want to know how much ycur home town and your section is estimated in the strides toward development, just keep your ears open when away from home. A section once establishoes a reputa tion for progressiveness needs only to lot the world know that there are advantages and what tliey are anid active business men with capi tal seeking investment will surely Come. If we wero to undertako to write a book in thi, day of histor ical novols and amatory romaraes we would endeavor to temper it a great deal with matter-of-fact, per tinent ...

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 May 1901

The People's Journal.' Local and Personal. -J. R. ifaynes went to Greenvillo last But1urdasy and returned Sundty. bert Laboon, of near Easley, was a Saturday and Monday. "d Veterans havo returiined, their trip to Columbia. Ay is spending a abort Furman Universitx. Tvy M. Mauldin - week an1d Sp(lnt a Jrandy went to New. Orles 'out hern Baptist Conven Hon la01 -The people on the Greenville side of the county enjoyed a good rain last Thursday night. -Cadets Wayne Mauldin and ]Tom rnio Boweni, of lemson College, came home last Friday and returned Sunday. -Jerre Looper has treate-i himself to a nice u:ew buggy. le will doubtless spread himself considorably now. -Prof. Dominick and wife, of Eal1y, were in town last Faturday to attlond the meeting of tile teacher's association. -Many of our farmes, I-eing up with their oropai, enio to town inst. Sat urday to trade and attend to other bii nest. -The infant child of John Stevenson was burie.1 at Griffin church burying ground on last Sauday a...

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 May 1901

AN jjj HEC I - 'P -212 21 i',1 . It'2 T1103( uo cahn. i2r. .fu 2'h 142' 22 war. : 1 h2:'i li) w 22 n. 444 '222 I < ' air an I I . iw 424'at .4i224' 22h. :t . i 4 Is ll S124.' u : Init ilmr was2 jl 22 ' ' 1 -- 2.' hi :s dul 122ter was S n 2.-r .42 in I i i: h 1I in -. II 2. -, 22 i i ' $ ' 2b i -Il b u . 1t L 21 p - -ar 1 m a al" 211t he aina ionnin 2w.w tin su p i'. s o d . 12222 curre to ha a oto- tha Si 1 at Lou~a we e g ing o se ara e ali't n was goin to ivid his pass 21 0 u2t2h r "Al rih ,'e1bi rn m Pon hiank .n4re.rig to4l the hsed "Wltt art f yo r lad12 you g'in to give Loucsy?" "All of. it"S ijrp id "All.2 th 2 luire exclalined "All." turnd a oun , fcin 2irn. 2ie122 "Sh12nI, he \ai slwly, "i ain'22~t no ("W1ouldn't2 2. do wh 4.'t Sin sked.: "'Causo4 it2222' 21 ain ' right. ii 242 i't j t12(e to4.1 yourself." oryo i'liii "ut42 ts jsle to Loui esy, all t jestlee' Ie do211( he nw.Gdko her." The squiro1'2 1ooked puzzled.Il-i 2 "I1 donJ't11' f' understan aot-l un(u," JMBLVE BY ...

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 May 1901

EPEOPLE'S JO VOL ti-NO. 17. PICKENS. S. 6., THURSDAY, MAY 2, 19. ONE DOLLAR A YEA POIITICS IN THIS STATIv. McYaurin's Position as it Appears to an Outsider. Mr. W. E. Curtis, corresponient of the Chicago Record-Herald, who wajs recently in Charleston and othr parts of South Carolina studying the politi cal situation developed by Senator Mc Laurin, writes to his paper from Co lubniia his impressions of the case. le says: " The politics of South Carohina are in what may be called an interesting situation, but to appreciate the signi ficance one must take into considera tion a few events in history. Before the war South Carolina was ruled by what is familiarly known as the "plan tation aristocracy," a close and exclu sive clan which was aulocratic and in dependent. After the war came what is known as tile "carpet-bag'l period, when former soldiers and camp fol lowerp of the Union army organized the newly enfranchisedi negroes into a Republican party and controlled the oiles and the fin...

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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