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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 23 May 1901

.-'Th5 People's Journal. Tr. J. MAULDJN, Enron jUII1ISBjIJll)D EVERY THURSDAY. . nte red at the Post Office at Pickens at. aecond-class matter. rmUiSnAY MAY 23, 1901. Tho whole nation sympathizes with Presidont McKinley in the gloom that overshadows him and commeis him for the self-denial and constancy with which lie de votes himsolf to his sick wife. Fore going plea8ures loi)g antic'pated and giving his time almost exclu sively to Mrs, McKinley's nceds, he omphasizes to all his country the first principles of a true man and husband. Iickens county is progressing. If this is doubted, take a glance at the returns of propbrty for taxa tion for tho past fiical year and make 1co COmpariSon with tho samo for ten, five or oven two years ago. It will be seen that not only is the county loing something in the way of manufactures, but the constit increase in taxable values of real property and the evident increaso in the fllount an1' value of person alitv evidences a growth of popul1 Coln co...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 23 May 1901

Ine 1eople's Journal. - - --: Is Local and Perconal. i C -A couple of nieo milk cows for sale by Ivy M. Mauldin. ---ov. John T. Lowis, ot1 Andorson c Mil's, was in town oil 16th inst. -Apply for board at Mrs.-Lathm'ti. --M'salm Jom P. Griflin had a iness p of English pi as on Suiday the 12th in3t f -Magi-t'atO W. L. Jcnkins lhas a few ne103 Of the post whoat we have son this I Sprog."W -Mif Fannio Sitton of Baine, S. C. 's visitug at 11ho homo of Mr. W. Hi. t A ihmore. -Misses May and Corin O'Doll, of 8( Romoo{, visited friondsj in ( reonvillo and Laurons coiinties list week. g --M1rs. Miior Martin, wvithl her grnnd daughter, Nlifts Olivia Mehiugh, visited F relatives in town inst Tliuirsday. --1ev. *D. P. llearden will preach at Pleasant I Iill ]Raptist (hurcll on tho seo ond Sunday in Jutine at 11 a. in. A -Joll 1). Harria, of Lenderman, Greonviin county, spent it few days with t his brother, T. D. Harris. last week. -Th long wish(d for rain camte last C Saturday night and has con...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 23 May 1901

IKN HU Iu HERO COPYnIGHT, 1901, BY THOMAS 1.0 U ISA. 4 Loulsn aiiks fit tait ier cup of mliery was r'uil, but tier'e was muore, inIch illore, to le pourel In yet. Whlen Sfin did nlot appear ait brenk-. IAst next inorni'ling, she wenLt u to ls ror to see If he was there. It Was thenl shte discovered thet- little 111le of iinoitey anid the papers lie Ihad left oil the table. With n premionition of what was to coline she pushed the anoney aside and agerly took up1) the fiist pa-' perI anld unlfoldd it. It wals thet poor I litt(e note Sil had written to her. She read It through, then satik into a chir1 a1nd, pillowing her head on the table, 1ur1'st lato tears. It would have beien a hard heart that would not have beenvii affected by the t siiinple paitlos of Slil's words, and Lou- f Isa was not h harted. She wvasi touched, deeplly touched, by thet nlinly, genierols uinr in lt' II which Ile absolved her froin all ahiie and bravely took it ail (itn his own sioulders. That note presetied hi...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 30 May 1901

THE PEOPLS JORNA VOL ti -NO. 18a PICKENS. S. C., THURSDAY, MAY 30, OL A THE DEMOCRACY Mc'Laurin's Defer PROTECTION, EXPA The following is the main portion of C., on the 22nd of May, by Hon. John Fellow-citizens: Tle political Re formation of 1800 had for its main object the ndependence of thought and action on the part of the people in political affairs. it was this that made me a " Reformer." A white primary, where the white people of the State could settle their differences among themsel ves. In part it has accomplish ed its object in spite of the efforts to diwarI it mnto a one-man movement. Its leader has not been content for it to be complete, and has attempted more than once to <ictate who should and who should not ie elected to office. All revolutions of this kind go farther thaii its originators design, 110 power can contiol thei. Men who suppose that the " move ment" of 1890 was a mere efferves cence to give ullice to a favored few are greatly iistaken. Some of the best ...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 30 May 1901

The People's Journal. T. J. MTAUL1DIN, En~rrou, -ULIil.).Vlt lMAY lEnte red at the Post Ofco at Pickens am 1) decond-class mat ter. 'r11 UsI\Av MAY . 1901. Cold weather and lato floods havo done damnge to ciops and wori'kd destruction to life and property, b1: it will all work out well as the days roll by. At tle niveiling of the South Carolina moniment at Chickamanu ga last M onday, Governor Mc Swcoany inadei ani (xcellenlt pr sen t ation Speech in which lie mai taine' the honor of the South aI .id a worthy tributo to the Val(I of the Cnifedorata Soldier, Elo. quent addresses wero ailso iade 1) Bishop Capers, (Ocn. C. 1. Walker 1 n1d oth ers.' Judging from the press comments the rcent seliation produced by the Tilbnanl-MlcLaurini contru vorsey has t-riacted the at-tention of the cutire country. All rycs are turned on South Carolina to watch with interest the oit-cone of this !noverliL wich tends to wari13 rovolutiniz~ing i the politics of the South. The d o d i l , n s v nI t , l '...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 30 May 1901

The People's Journal. Local and Porsonal. --1. L. Green, of (reers, wast in town Moiay. --Apply for board at Mrs. Latlhin's. rorms reasonable. -Miss Lu -'a Folger went to t (ei Ville last ;Tut s(y. -Mayor Jtftlho T. Lathem, of Easley, was in Picketi Ti.dity. -A coule of nico milk vowsi for i.de by Ivy M. Mani'din. -Mrs. J. L. Bolt, wo .1 egret. to lean, has einl fick duinig tihe past week. --Miss Hester Cure'on Visited friend3 and relatives in Greenville Jast weck. --U. R. Thornfley wvent 1o0 i yi Iast Tuesday itd return t d Wvdinesaly. --Mis Grao MI anili ist visiting relitives and flicuds inl Gltnville this witk. -M. j. Rtankin of the (h eenvilli Newt, was in town Monday anid WNt dilestiay on burviness. --Su ivisor stephiml hats ha1d some much needed repji lnie ae oni the court housge liately. --ise taelcael Harris and Bertal lit ndrielis, of Table .ountttain , visited iu town this week. ---Mrii.A. John Ilog'n, of F'ort Hill, iff visiting her pair nts, Mr. and M rs. Jerre Li oper,...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 30 May 1901

AN HU HERO COPYRIGHT, 1901, BY THOMAS F 1.4 OHAPTER XXIL siM IETUJRNs. Pap Sampson, older by four years, a trifle grayer perhaps, but as activo and alert as ever, sat on a fence at the side of tho road leading into Beckett's Mil from the south. Ills attitude was such as to denote that ho was absorbed in earnest thought, which lie was. He was recalling scenes and events of past days and was so lost to the present as to be totally oblivious of everything about him. So unconsclous of his sur rouidings was he that lie was not even aware of the approach of two men, dusty and travel stained, who wearily plodded their way along the hard, white road. Pap's thoughts were of Sim Banks and of the events attending Sim's de "Why, hocdy, Pap Sampson?" parture from Beckett's Mill. Though four years had passed since that time, Sim had never returned, and the people of 'ossum Rlidg were no wiser as to his whereabouts than they had been the day lie left. A large reward had been offered for his arrest...

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 June 1901

THE PEOPI JR VOL I1.-NO. 19. PICKENS. S. C., THURSAY IUNIE 6 Io4 - ONE DOLLAR A YEAR S--an% TILLMAN AN] INPARTIAL VIEW C A VIVID DESCRIPTIO: AT GAF Mr. E. 13. ]look, of the Augusta Chroi lion of the memorable encounter betwel which led to their resignations and the r( :his State. This article is worthy of peI scrver of the extraordinary sceino in (alf I had the pleasure of being present . -it the debate in (affiey, S. C., be-< - ween United States Senators Tillma'i And McLaurin of South Carolina, and ..f witnessing the senisationlal episode i which resulted in their' joint resiglia .ion. It wias a perforilalice without, aH 'recedent so far as I know, and one I - hat could hardly liave occurred anay- I .vhere else but im South Carolina. It, t nieans the bringing oin of a bitter an ld - ensational campaign tIhis summer, andr *ne that will be very t ryinig oi Senator \IcLaurin's physical ability, if niot (nm his Bellsibilities. Ie is evi(iently not a Well man, though he hats ureat i...

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 June 1901

. L . M AUjLDIN, Eni'ron. lntere<1 ait the( Post Ol1100 at Pickens s~omni-elatss maitter. -r I e ISD.\ Y .1 V N 1.: (. 190 1. "T l14 B All I-'TOM, B'OY." III th i is ago of progr'ess wheI ll r"' .1I woIl I mako the dollar king, wh youth is prono L :nbraco fal idons of Virtli. awll t11 w kIt il eve s-lide the o pportunilty ispe a ilikilil 1 to diegrit e the Ve I'v 1)r i iples.4 u1poni which i l:'s stabili is I'llided, it sci ill- that, the *jo Iyv's" fkall"set holio iC lllilut rea ur1t h 11:.an "th tillli witi t in e." But ai t fried ( the h and is mn inteeW Id in ihe wv fare (f Owse Who :c Striving'k accomI l ish sinIIIt ing i:I Ili") wanit to say .ta tt his is evid tly mistak" andL tlhat the( 'M r,'il 1111ay Olilkll (1,14 andt tahe coIlli.r )rl 1111(14 I 1 1 " gov - - I I I I I I turek i 's. "W '. (I over \ ill I 011lY exprecs.'e 1110 a4ualO Prd.ial lithe :1 ll wits Ih I A a wit.l di Iitfo l1' , I h w I er, b t "wvIloS')I'Vkl' will" 1l141 w\ilOSOP deteillina i'i O ( A o li r s',...

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 June 1901

The People's Journal. Local and Personal. J. P. CJarey went to Sonieca last week. -Liberty was woll l)roesented in Piekens last Saturday. -A couple of niee -ilk cows for sal by Ivy M1. Mau!din .. -The merebantsin town had a very good trade last Staturday. --MAij. J. H. Ambler, of Ambler, was in town the first of the week. -Tic pensioners for the last few da s have1 had a re-union ut Pickens. -A. A. Field, of Ezaloy, is ci-itical'y ill. 11o is attended by Dr. Gillilanl. -orn unto Mr. and Ms. Chaim . y T. H nghes on the 2d iest., a twelve pound girl. -An lve ii months old Fon of Elddie Steele died Mt Undauy of Cholera I nfan -Miss Esio Niimonli, of neir Old Pickens, is visiting at the home of I. A. Bowen. -Deputy Sheritf IDillingham, of An tersoin, Was in tWnI lasL Monday Oil business. -Born on the moreing of J1un1e 4lh to Mi. tid Mrs. T. T. linghes of hugh es at 1.on. -Saminie, the seven year-oldl son of Mrl.. Lumkin of the Clow Crek xectiol is Very low. -J. T. Witt on, of .Elvtrley,...

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 June 1901

HERO t - - --.- * -V ..:. f -i - -- . - - - - I. . \1 \ . j11 * lit - o uiit-t slui t t'l lih ti tl' li '. t tai ilt I ttit~ 'tit u i ~ n tU1 al "lil it' b 1' \u {Ch. lt ~ ai *:'Iztt isia \ lt i x b ii !. I t1 f!" Iw r g tt ii at Sw hn. bu h. hI ,i ' hE's tllh rz-. 8 ~r "I* luttse Le doit kiSdu. lathor w --- w--w - * ... . .T+ . .. BY THOMAS .9 P. MONTFORT I4 - h~ r ii' - . h t 4 - I'.' 1 2 :, n -- \ t t. '. I i I -. - - I i . u .21-2 1. 1 - ut that I 1li 2 l':t rI i y flt ..1 t I it: i .x t o :nij t j u .' e'' fij , t ':'f~ h .-i , 2:in th4:ff T u b 1..., S~a -: - - n tha e.nI - i t et I says h 'e - -'.p.2l Inayi> '. i hI'll g t.o. I i LI I . ' . lIn ~.. ' ir - I. 1 ''iit fall' \.3 ' i ' I' h aI I I . lt i i \ its \l 'iit '.n2n *L b ~ ..LI 2I Ijl 'ij t'N i li 22 *'fIUite lose iitf . he' 12li ii il 1 tuII g l toe I.\ ''s titk 51t see youiiuh t'8u hel 1.m '.ar t f now you'r 1I t i tie~ d ls-'1 di P the stri-et, then Nme ni, Inl st ti.ownl. III a ftw miteitts he'dl go tht-.'u tK sa...

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 June 1901

_ THE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL VOL u.-NO. 20. PICKENS S C THURSD \Y, NE 13, - ------ - ~ A.--. sNEawLLA Y RIGNANT COMMUIRCIAL The Men of the Present Fall E of the Stature of the 0 Time. The literary address ac the mCIiC(eent of C(onverso College imade by Dr. S. Ml. Smiith, of' Cohn, and wis the great evet of .the DIr. Smith had not reduced his reni to writing, anad ulid not have evc outline of tie address oil p er, the following suiimimiiary will give: idea of the line of thought pur ullC The i(peaker began with soi mark remiiiitcent of a visit ten . before, when ie caime to deliver address ait the first colliliencemiei the college. Congratulating )o.1 town n111d the college on the grea Valice miade during the ten year terval, te introduced his address coniVelsaItioni had inl 'I 111in goilng af days blefor, when a i thoul 1111 asked the speallker whether 01 Ie thought tle men of the present ill tile Various callings of Ire IIIlemis up1) to tle stanch il of tIe t, firimeri eration. Starting ...

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 June 1901

The People's Journal. T.J.31 IILI) ", ilm on, ..1-:ut.ired at. lth ' hus Of. ic at l'icken a. a inatt:-r. i ' ( ii ' .l t \ Y .O \ - iA -.. . 190 1. Tjo.e are titve3i Whlll fatrillrs are o in hi os eln ok 'lne day lotiJ)! I n''an amll~. 1ill 4iensuredi accumul t ate !-s i to 4K ' ii I Ir), I hoqpivg for' alqllthIt(. a v~s 'T'ose PeOPle lill alli Ia roillild i <' - pIrS who44411t 'I,): o It s L t < '': t:acu o to - Inl Ira rd Irs shonh ht'-' in to lt i heir a h-a.) n -4 tis Vill 'n t il t is '. l ' ', Ph:.n l ci nt M c i i -v w uprcai nt of th!.- ', Ilt :i'll olid! perhaps with a1 I'rta ollt- I toIil'.1 f the0 'xp . -1 -, W" hl- JiprL e - suri n v; iWe u trvm A. r o 1.-rh : . l .. w t '. :II , - .n -W -' -\ A I 441r IerV ti:i \ \ e: 1114 n 0-: :-4ry bt a-:jr . :4\\ - ~i e e:' , r 4 V.1 V I l l'll ii h a r. un nl -d I: t he i 144 r 1li 1444 n Situt4ion :ini 444 11 lii t' i lui2 an nil n41.i -J . \Vat- s11 lhuor i . I44ls :i44..d' l1tr xilI (1er I11i:ll ewlii.l t ol th..i in~ the...

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 June 1901

The People's Journal. Local and Personal. ---o nolice to patronis of clip Hill school -A ppl.y for bolrd at Mrs. Laxtliem'. Terms reasonable. i-Boit unto Mr. and Mrs. liobt. Blig well onJhle 8th1 it-t., it son. --P. J. Ifanno1, of Picdiont, w." in .Pickel last Mondaty Oil lusinss.. -Somel coumunientiomi, arI rivinig Lno atito, will not lppetr fill next. week. -\s.11. D). Lienhanlt has1. b-een ri ously ill for the past two or thrle we', --I. 1'. LItimpkin's yoingi son wo1v has been quite sick iceently is ieported better. -Luko Vern r, of CHenc-i, Va pVI aimbulating the btreets of out town Wed inesd:'y. -Allis, 10.valine siitlierlitlI 18Ini. n iJrti. E. Ml. Thomas, of Thlmasvdi!e. this wttk. --W. A. Christopher vas re-i.eled teaer' (f the Latlbem tchool for thl --Anniv \Aby, tho Iwvo year-ol child (. \V. M. IIurphriIO", hIas leen gui it' .ieki for ilit past week. --Prof. W. A. Christopher, of I'.r;ley, wasq with friends aind old ne~pimintanlces here la-t Monday. --W. T. McFall omies 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. — 13 June 1901

A MOUNTAIN y 0 SIREN [3y .)o )l o Wirytt)rOP Greet) O cop) gli:t, m4i C). 0 S00000 eve4i he 4honh4 n tit i t e'll. I li ( \\ Ji u 1 ~ It4 I I it ' 1v t44 t 1 , ihet ll r t 1fI'4441 4I 't tljiIn 14r 444i ' -i ' 1 - didnthrs i 10i11 out of Itny 1' 441 Y ur o : s 1 l t il .1 W 4 isi \ i I th ..m - n Ito -1 1 1 ( I il ll u 41it 1 (4')414 ! 4 ( tr44 14 4 I:nIl, ' 4s.4 h. u 44 n .44 thr ..-1 InI ; , - - i. i I 1 41 4. 4 -I4 \4 414 4 1 i t 444 4 (4f4- . I '4 4 4 1 - i44444 \i ' 4h | \ tu44 1:1i l In. T i. Ilt' IIu n win~ h: 11 4 -1 is li 114 1141 4' 1\ I 1 fr4'4 \\). ..\ 4. 1 4r r :4 1:411 44 4 -- '1 4~e n. , .1. I l J i.l- - I u . re I1 14. 414 -4 . -~ 11iv. ''44 44 b- fI'O told.'4 1444't 4a~( F~ thI, '':>a ti ht 44 41 4 4" 1u 1)'1")4 'I' 4) 14' 1. '.1 1... h)4( C t 44'o4 14' th44li' 4)114 ja~ J I' t l. l' l ' )144 t4l41-1' 4,44 s 4h.14 4t'd , nI ''!1 ' I ad 1 been 4sittin ' 14rhap li 114 utes when a y 4ni won4' u 44 h~ a)4 ril l 4elf in he .bar 4su denl I' pi 14 rt1. ' fav her4. 44441...

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 June 1901

THE PEOPLE'S OURNAL VOL iP.-NO. 2 PICKENS. S. C., THURSDAY, JUNE 20% . ....... _ ine... , o .~- ONE DOLLAR A YEAR SYMPATHY FOR THE TOILER e f Bill Arp on the Conflict Between e the L aborer and the Capitalist. t Atlanta Constitution : Labor and Capital. When will the long protracted struggle cea1se. A way back in history tiere ws a war tiat laste( thirty years, but, this war has lasted longer tlain that. and seems to grow more bitter as the years roll on. In the good ol(ltillm it did not afft,4 the Soutl, )ut like a1 pestilence it s1)reatis and there seems to be I) remedy. All of tlte woimen---liost a11l of the menll, outside4 of the capitalist have lieretoft(re sympathi'ze( w4itl thec toilers inl their demands for leh s wor'k .V an(1 better. paly. 'Tlhey have bittily dleliounvedI the heiartless maaeswho woul wear ot, tithe life (f a hilill be loi'e it gets gro'4wn -who4 wonhlI kee P thiemi eagedI inl fato4ies frnlil 4ely moril till hunllplighlt, wvith niot .11 hour for recrealiti. ...

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 June 1901

ee 1.4eo b fei s r oun. sCifty thous$ I d. 11 '~ars. f ji Not) much i-s b. ~ i: sidl thlie e da II NO E,1 ou ablot at. Minatorst. M11od at Pico sioThe fre i:: cth "Ia are lookin erte ow a ni i un b I ' t ofC n 1 . i , - ) I th.'a ,nilb a. , b . aIriiR ''l and a . m , Inta nui il '.tri \ ill ( livrf by1 B. ht Tids I thebi tye h.1 a * Ii'n all who can. oh .8 hel enI the dela yt occaon d, (are ni tli( s ( it) eCCiail. Did bd : . their oarnes.t alttion~ !rou earlieist (day the 'h ws e, id I goin~g. TJo somle it dould11 pearsi thati to) go' end~a is ni usoess~ Iut te en, 1qs r r yet ani I theii vi ou p1 la;, t in~gl y to thoe hel pful] tn.i:b Ii ( ovoCI mo muchte thais t hai I~lU en ThoJmro arc deep veSons in the parant calamnit ies which wil at harvest seasonl the~ wvise phlo who, in the exercise of the kn<i e Igo gained throuigh yeatrs of v observation and1( varied experit hazs I~tVrned to relparc well plant in j ztst prOportLou to his et inod nhi Ii t tn ~uniftn (iruu .recotitI !II...

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 June 1901

The People's Jourial. 110 Local antd Persoal. .\A\RKE-T ll P 'llT. W 1ec eVly b3- the! [ekath, oiilee u CoT'TON. ld I 1(ith ling ....... .......... - - d h1;9 ............. ........ . . . .. . ................. ................... 1 (en-.................... . . . ........ .. Y . . . . . s -. i: .. . . n ... . ' -D . '. Al. AC. i WJ. i inH June 251h id 2G1th. - -Aplj ly for b!).rl1 at \lr.:I. La nl Terms si4sonlabbv. br -Io onl the I th in:df. linto) :m1 1,: 1! Airs.R. 1. OIliver, a 13bin htr. - iorn unto Alr. :niii Mr:. an. 1lh, '" Newton oin 1he I1Ith inst., a : n --A d .r.w .. ti . w : I la Pienis frio:.l llby an.1d T.c y -Capt.. J. T. Taylrr p:.CI A.:%C bilsiness trip hist AMonla *. -ti ' m .. --Dr. A. J. S. Thnum I! lir 1ppoinitimleIt.1 at hle !!..i fiuiny. -.5itW. ILAh" Il YI ~ n wl o, VC eraldiyq, Inan hlain quite n:- el, . proving. --) -3 i prevented 114!t'.3- anll P - enm base Ial I t-inoi3 , : A Pick ns I ast Fridaly t,; ::4 , n t A I Weathrwol U 'P= e Wizl an., ',Y , :e on...

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 June 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 1 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 27 June 1901

rHEPPL S JOURNAL:__ VOL 1--~NO 22. PICKENS. S. C., THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1901- ONE DOL ..,.. LAR A YEARAr~ THE SORROWI FP The Future Punishn The Existence of He Bishop Candler, of Georgia, handles 1l in tihe followinhg Coltribultion to the A L I ow extremely unwilling is the hi - imaut imiiid to contemiiIplate the sterner I aspects of the moral hiw I Men seeiiI to itiiigine that they can ut terly ex linguish, by iginoring or by repudiat inl these hinligs which the flesh fin(df its too <li agreeable to colsider. llence I they lower the reepairemenits of right- I ci1usnes or deniy tle pelalites of sinli inl order to induilge desire without dis- I (Iitide and to escape ohflivntion With- I out compncti ite on. It is a trick of the I ostricl which hide1s its hilead inl the sand 1id fanics that thierelby it has useatped its pursuirers becaltse it nto I loniger Sees theilm. A friitIl ( told ile the other day of ia W caise inl point. lie atld a fellow travel- 4 er were seated near each othe...

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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