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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 27 June 1901

Itn icopies jouruI IT I ) ltIN~ ,I,,L I)I o I N! 1 IRS[lt )1%. b i-I itsi. i-;!> h 1-: I-: T'ii 1miK :nter'i a th, m'st onic at, P ikIS I uwaen-eby maXEb', . St I n- }r vai I 11 arlV vic ry ci h co itry and ii / lil 1 1" of.- iii' .11 i tc~ \\. Indi II 1 position or trs thn I oin i for th" I1st mun. y i-xhiblit: Mu ! pIz, & .0 : .I.,n p :z1 : 500o : third )I. . The'' ro W-l-th ;wn ( i's rt nul ul doub)"th: ; ca"Il l -1t'. 01PtI; K il t':. conI-e .N p i11 1 1 to la !:1 n h m an; : 11 luy urgelo" b I I . (. t I v I b , But "v. UNy .cly mjlh hvc its 1ace in I 1r r 61h d . I.. A 1 to ( -11.. is liin . O'Gokv bu 1% 1 11v lI our. c n 1 oe ,:l :,nh a s 5 iin t!. ia h .1 .. I - ! I lai , I: i o 1 1 1 . 0 K -N ti* , i I-' I ii Io i t Is 1 - <A I Vil i b b rist' and t3 a. I ul - I, t r th - IL , sth o li nt v u s. t t u l i nc p 5:1 ii h t AlI~ ii. i 5 dP t i \ i. :t .Ch i t a r:1 'i.i th . sl rt n I -tsii I.;: l pur tx ir~n hth jt te .1 if di:.: t, .i te for i inied a:~ andvA1ntIe ...

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. — 27 June 1901

The People's Journal. AIIKF'T ICEPOH'1T. Corrected weekly by the lleath, Urnee, Morroxv Co. Corrox. 8:r let good middlig ................. ...7 3-4 tict middlIg ............. ........ .7 8 Allddllig ...................................7 1-2 T1iige...... ...................................7 7 1 1 St.. .. ........... .............. 0 lo 7 l'ROD UCE. E . ..........................10 4 i ckenE-tlens ........... .. ............ 21: r* yer .................. ... ............12% 1(1 20 B il er ..... ........... ....... ................. 1 10 It, e w a x............. ............................20 H l s...... ...... ..... ...... ..... -% Local and Personal. -Crcqnt is all the rag.. --Ur. W. F. Austin W'l bo i-i Pickons Jify 2d and 3d. --Born on tho.23d insfant to Mr. and Mirs. T. D. Harrii, a daughter. ---orn l unto Air. and MIrs. Robi. T.-m deE on the 18!1h inat., a daughter. -'Ms. J. M. Stowart, who has b -1 quito tiek for some in , i 1 mnuchi im proved. -Several laidi:.s and genthmien of ...

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. — 27 June 1901

?00C0O0000OO0OO00OO 00OOOO t~ o The QUEEN'S Id ROSES * *1. 3y S. Levett Yeata v ?y k Copyright, 1901, by S. Levett Yeats y 000000000000000000000 11 CIIAPTER M. THE WOli) OF A PRINCE. The apartmeits assigned to me in virtue of my oflice lay in the wing of a the Louvre looking toward the old 0 chapels of St. TJ'hoias, St. Nicalse and the Quliize Vitigts. A balcony jutted 1 olit from my wilow, and sitting there I One could see below the strange mass ol' gray ntini brown buildings that cluig like wasps' nests to the walls of the palace, to be matched only in soualor iby the high and tottering ltuses, crowhing and jostling each other oil the oploposite side of the nar row sh reet. Hlere projecting gallery t aid overhaiig turret formed an ar cvile, ieatoith wIIhlch the grass thrust its slender sworl blaides between the trean 1 ad sliplpery stoles of the pave nient, :ind it was cool and dark as a ceilar, even oil the hottest days in stlO lliletr. It was to this rel'ugo I had escaped frotn ...

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 July 1901

VO HE PEOPLES JOURN VOL -NO. 239 PICKENS. S. C., THURSDAY, JULY 4, 190'. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR THE SOUTH NOT TO High Tariff Legislation a Men TRUSTS AN ENEMY TO SOUT WHAT WE MOST NEED IS AUCESS I Editor Constitution: Your recent I admirable editorial on the tariff in its relations to future party policy, must be my excuse, if iny be nceded, for this communication. We have heard miich of late about the elimination of the negro question .front Southern politics, and the conse quont upbuilding of a strong ilepubhli call party in tie Southern States, based, as the rumor runneth, on the further ance of our material interests-as though adhernce to Democratic prin. ciples woul retard our progress. Assuming for the sake of argument, and that only, that tle race issue is climinated, and that the Southern peo ple are now entirely free to pursue their "business" interests, they canl scarcely be expected to sacrifice thome Interests by adopting the economicI policies which, from beginming up to thi...

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 July 1901

The People's Journal. [T, j. I; A N' V2) , Iol, IEnt-re d at t.he 1 :4t Ollict at 'icht-n'i as A.>eom4!-eb!.iss inatt1 r Turu u.\ .I(lav 1. 1001I. day on re-ord for. :1 III st of .Jilly it) The l.;'a t ive connoit b e on $ 1i~.0. t. :o 11:i in f w P IcIIm h v e :I oll v-M t II 1 (.1 rn tnl i '.1 t I l i i ' it I t Ii in '1 \' I Rwtil n I t Io I I .* with iyl'd ha 'ii n I Ii 17 .4 \ u .: t - n t n t b I ii-t wh - niS r I I , I v I I C I ;,, I vi u, v tI 'I I it I - . > I ' .4 v ft t I ' . I iWth . I V 1:j i I 1 - II I i titc i4t' b h~~ . I .. p iIi1. b:i. - r . 1:i'.414(I' .-it .j41 ' i '-' \ 14i( lii 1 '1 r44Ia i i \ r I td..\ i 4 a it ' n :,. 14 t l i I 4 u 4 4, tIil i.Le IV - I )l.'i'4:' 4 441t to om i, ': 7, .: Alie ai 'oii\ lli. ' ;' 13C (1 .ho pu .ie ( 5 41 dI r die:o aro IIl tirs I fe i a i th y)41 tiuo aleiicds totf ty coaf(mt 2 hoet, ihny \\~vfh Iiir1i t io pitiont, prsistenf, women wl4 sow their opportunity 14) )ron evol inl d fefmt hleir loyalt-y to fit V(', 14rS. ( ...

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 July 1901

The People's Journal. Correeted wveekiy !y the Heath, Ilie, '111orro -v C. 911r- '-bItl ing ................. ... 7 2.-1 41h, ~ ~ ~ V"14 .... ......-,'8 ............................... 7 1-2 .............................. 7 7 , -......... ..................... G to 7 . h .c a s -tn. .. . .... . .. .... .. .. . . .. . y r.-....................... ............ 1-.1, it | ( 1..... ,. .....,.. ,......,................... If 'e w a x ............. ...,...................... . s l..... . . . . . . 1 Local and Personal. --Te smmer C.rrm of ,.mret nvn aL Pickei third Monday, .1uly . - 4Sve nlotil oF opein)g'r of sehlcols ill < i. riet No. 10, ill this i:.!qw. itr. W. F. Austin, devntis, wvill h il Fasley July Oth id 10th. - i' T r a ('4 tines of (11 entnd. , S i iting the M-s Ashinor,. ---, N.is Fl mia d Lila ''; . o Ce l1114111, a 1re Visiting _the \i 2 Sses 'ol2 I:r atPickens,. -WsII. I. Dagn iall 'if the r 2l, n. i; Service is at homev with bi4a father's . ily for at a)o2t rest. -The ...

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 July 1901

The People's Journa PICKENS S. C C 'DAGO DIVERS Bv CUTCLFF1 : I1YNR cM co - : . 1 y'.~f hhine. i-'l 't i d i .' 1'. r's bIu: I a I - u - l k d a - w nt a iI 's : I .(skit I n u116l -~ .,r un' n ; a. *"~' ~ * /t t les4t. .'*'et got to (lhe1 ut and wte I've left it all f e-.~ti 2 you agan i bt'eor w b o-te to wlish thei Pat 114mV2 new li 111an' at ile of luck." * * * * . . At t he edge sf the hatrbor Aden be ed u: der the isuu. The sal1vaige istent er v<olled at her auhlor ait the oppos shie o (f theL1.1 haror, and Kei ttle anid I P('rtinnnteauis werev tran11shdipped~ dir InI (one of the l 'am~heet's bunts. HeIL wast ree ied on board byv an tfalec Italian, whoi inatr'odutced himsI1 as (Capjtaini Tfar.zuchj. Theu ilnani sp pe-rfect English aind was hospital p)erso1)iiedI. 'lTazzuch1 put t he i1 '00o12 in tit heisbl at hiLs guest's p)osflit i d sa'id1 that anythin t il could aict for' hdu comftort should done for twith. etils 15 whaft .YOUu ell ai 'dago' sbi gad we serve out country ...

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 July 1901

.4i~~ ,. / 1 e" 1 THPEOPLE'S NL VOL" 'I.-NO. 24. PICKENS. S. C., THURSDAY, JULY 11, g ONE DOLLARAYA LIFE AND iMES OF I The E ditor', the. Sol( ['Tleu following sketch of the life and ti Char leston News and Courier, was read o the Btate Press Association, which Wits he was prepared by Col. James A. Hoyt, edit< was highly commended by the members of I. It is iot, always easy to realize that we spend our days and yeatrs, be they few or many, as a tale that is told, but the Psalmist was right in this picture of life, and he knew and felt the lleeting char-icter of human existence. Men spring into the arena and for a time their actions absorb the attention of their fellows, Who admtio1 aid extol their brilliancy or gaze with a critic's eye upon their per-foriances, great or small, and as they ascend the ladder of I fame it is to meet the stern, inIlexible judgment of their peers. The journilist is p(culiarly environed in this respect, for lie is constantly unler the search ligh, and ...

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 July 1901

IT. J, MALDIN, EviToRt. JDUILISIIEI EVER.Y TH'IURSDAY. ICntered at the Post Ofice at Pickeus as secondiclas matter. 'rllURSAY JiULY 11, 1901. Two weeks of surshine have practically stagnated discussion of the Till man-McLaurin political differences. Pierre Lorillord, head of the great tobacco house and millionaire philanthropist, died at, is apart ment8 in the Fifth Avenue Hotel, New York, on the 7th inst. Admiral Schley has at last had some recognition for his patriot ism and prestige as a naval corn mander. The Associated Veterars of Farragut's fleet have presented him with the Farragut medal. Congressman J. W. Stokes, of tle firat South Carolina district, died on the 6th inst., at his home near Oraigeburg after an illness of several months. Ile was a faithful ofieial and did good work for Iiis constituents and district in Con gross. Governor McSweeney is said to be waking up on the iatter of the enforcement of the dispensary law in Charleston and Columbin, threatening to take awa...

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 July 1901

The Pepl(e's Journal. MA.RlK ET lW EPOl1tT. Correeevtd weelsly !wy the lleath, Bruee, M orro~v Co. Striet I roI -1 m ibi ng ................ ...7 --I oil Oiw Il ithiling ...... .. .. ...... . . . .... 711 M I h ill. . ...... .....7 1 2 'I i 3.... . . . .....................7 7 1 .1 ai... ..................... . 6 i) 7 .. . ...................... ..................1 ) 4 i hi e ne1I~- Ie ...... '.. .. . ... ... .. 2 P -r cer.: ....................................1:2'.'. t o i l t r...... .................................. ...., I M I 11s4w a x .................................. . . ..: ah u t ...... . . . . . . . . .. . . ..... . . .. . .. 1 (4-Alirris is nakilg a specialty of fruit jars4 thln sasns -44l 111a 1 inv'you attenltioni to 1is4 fuill Iiin of genera1 filmily supplies. - -Wm. 2iiljor, of tling, . C., I A 'un, C. W1 lhorl, of (irvill, w1ere herv Fridayk.. -'1l' Town Creek Itak-r ills aro nlow ill f-is-claiss riring order. .1). E-,. .111i..soluela. ( 2Dr1. Uld 1Mrs . 1I. A. Lai...

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 July 1901

The People's Journal PICKENS S. C. 1311,L ARP QUOTES BIE,,CHIER. The Noted Minister Used Cuss Words and the Hot Weather Caused it. Atlanta ConstitlutiOnl. This horid, tordI weath~er r-eminlds Inc of what ilenry Ward 'eceliti aid in his church one swelteiring day inl July. Ile took no text. 1le -Vi(tl the perspiration I rom his br)ow and look ing solcinily at the ltrge coni,'t'gregt lol, said: 11 It is hot today. It is kainned hot. It. is as hot as hell" lver'y body was amaze(l and shoked tunii le added, " That is the h-inguage I bieard two young inen use at the door' of' tle church as I passed thiemo. Aly young friends, it is not as hot as hell." Tihen in a low, earntest tole le pictl uried the1 torments of hell andl the curtain fate of the wicked itil the atilosplere of the church seem A to be cool ail Pleasant ill Comparison. 1The4 ladies ectased to move their f:ls aid every body was still and solvinn ais a hiiirad. It was sonethiit, like .oiatluin 1:I war(s ait Northampilion nihh...

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 July 1901

.." F' 4.0\ 4 ,4 HE P JEOPLE'S VOL 1i.--NO. 2s~ PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, JULY 18, igo'. STORIES AB3OUT A Trial and Conviction Conlitingil~ tt ments T Newspaper correspollentst are reviv img the ilost. noted tragedy of (reen Ville ill its earlier days, and circuimI statiial accouits ale given inl licIi there are evident errors and coli licting statements, but, which w1e entirely.ex nsa bie owing if) the lat. t hat these Correspondients are writin.g from the memOy of others. The killing. of Dr. Robinson Ea-rle sixty-three yeairs atgo might have been forgottii or at least very dimly remembered even inl tireen ville were it not that ie belongedl to anll illustrious famiiily, Whose deseenl ants are very numerous inl the com m11uity, and that his slayer was Wil liamii L. Yncieey, who becamite a famous leadrl' ill the sceiol ovemienllLt of 1860, more tun twenty years a fter the tllfortunal"te. eneounlier which edi Dr. Ezarle's life and which doubtless embitLer( Air. Yacey 's eXisLen1CC lo...

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. — 18 July 1901

'~~h~ ~eMl's Journal, lCutored at tile Po.t OflcO Ut PiCkCn~s M 0,c'-OIBNS61. m1atter. 77 CIaido rs. Glanders, ats all epide-mic,ht ilig 11jpj)Cred ill YorVk COuntvlA, andl beitig such a cotngiolIS, 111d(I de eiry hiorse ownerW to be~ oil t14( alcrit A'tuiiiiet inltrodutIion in to ani~ Sc tion. Prof. Nesomn, \0terinarm rid and1( thormugh extimiiit iOn ()nI vafiotis formst whr h11'lor'ses awl othor anjiuii Is we~re aflect id I y thIis - i his opinion that ghler ls' is up ident ic ill tht? V jici ity of Ti tv.a I itd York ville, -Mi d 1tat I he . i - Htrong 1prospocL of its iqtrvni1, to li other sections- of the Sin Ic. 'l'lio followinig iiifori'tuiI 4 ( Ol ioti from i ll E'ngl ish aut!I1.11t N ;;i bi of interest gcitei'aI I ''Olaitdoni is a 111l :11 i W 41*i.'::s'C oIf t.he1 equlino SIC.ih,(1. ia(' ii. , --) 1) v tile app"1) :lrillIE' i lin 11 ii t. - trils of littl~e 1t44114'.4 (,I. Il-I "., . Ii chtarg() 01st 10k v' i.i ioi I ;: ;I teIvi 1)iIS, the~ir ltl) L11''3V 141 SMjO''.441 ,1...

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 July 1901

.\A\RKET lnuEPn1,T. tlirr' etl w~eel1y ''3y the leat h, Brne o .orro; Ito. im................ ... i....... .... 7 a a . ... .. .. ........................7 1 ..... t tl................ f ........... . ....... 12 1. t t: I n r...... ...... ............................ .....,. I0 0 w a % ............. .......... ............... --Heo nlotieto tf cottonl gill ouittit f( -Hnthemi rtlv isemcu lt of the Bi store peoplo. W.1). I bvis nevar lhiltou postoille is ill wit h fever. --While tryi ngI to find the goods yt vant, see ( 'raig ro-. - ii* is prepared1 to supply LI count1y witi rit jai. Call onl hil. - 1or ,, u to ll(]n Mrs. Arthil Robinsoum otl i i. inst.It (]ugiterlI. .l w, lurllr) :anti Mrs. Was Robinlsonl fih Ow 51.h inst., at pilaughtlel Mr. ~ ~ ~ -11 an \r.LthrGidy, < Oronvne :I in Pickn Wilit relative: .--Dr.l W. .3 A si will be inl MIsle July 22d amid 2:1dTusa and Wperv n~otday. -The tpubli term of thej a-2hh-he , i- ri 20, will begin Moll ' layhnext, . -l . -Me-'l b eeryhn n...

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 July 1901

The People's Journal* PICKENS S. C. A Fulfilled o-Prophecy. By JEANNETTE H. WVALWORTH. Copyright, 1W01, 1,y J eanvet to II Walworlh. * - - - Al I) the old st i ls,, Hl1:l e l o I I l e l i vI I'ly. fo b(ld Ifng 111> :1 te'grll in 01'h bId thrown the eltir falni013y into c llstr Ill liiicent ouidtsith :11141 s exceettingl lpty inlsith'." Said M iss .lulki lgl.iids' 5o l e ai thl; tii l ( lll 1'1'Is I l t e tel' l'illail ofbl 'il t' El rel tis I " 01i1I'ils t'l'vL iof ll s lit's i'lli : tier . o s r n i 'l'hll thir il y ou"ligs t 1%ilist ll nI Ir : Ausir' llbW11i1 It 'i 5 ll 1 IOf 141111N1111 sonl "aid nothinig. Sl-)I(- ie h timne concenltrat Ing. the wreckedl -]!ho abi t one II t bIed bitl E 'I. ''lle weresii Iiesi tb Ib t, at fi l l il l till b u l 5 lI eill. 1\ ' I the fallily. Ilis nilon -:! ~s h!. nio ho was 11c.hIbI I.' a I wiit lb % a bins u 1b .s II iL lS syst ellti l its il I lI-t111 li ll 'h1 ttit . i t ii lit ' il b b h w iit'll :l . e l lis ow n 41b 11t -fs illi'b' \vil...

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 July 1901

H .d . k HE -EOPLES V.-NO. 26. .PICKENS. S. C., TH1URSI)Y, JULY 2q, 190' _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ___ O E D O L A R A Y EA R .1U4L ARP ON HIATHUEN MYTHOLOGIES. He Draws Morals From Ancient Stories -His (onclusion in Lat ter Day Style. A tianita Constitution. III ill aIges 1111k Ilil L"as f(lt tile neel of a (iud. Tihere is at reeling of helssnes ill mour nature 11Ad if mant111 ca' ind a ('on he(, will make one. It is curious how strangely siular are till the heatheni tu hloies to I lhe Bible religion. St. Johni l y 8, '"A " d there II w a r ih ven a(I A Midcae1an h is angel, fougit glimtl' lt the drag'uiion and hisangls n~lhuredthem- down. T tld mhich isi thle de1vil, was eat, downl unt o tihe earthl." dust.1 so inl G reia :nI( I4ian111 11.1 Sellih n:in inythology ; I(1101er IvIS Wilr in2 their he(ven ind ii ool..! deities pre Vailed and the e% it werle (s olit, but not destroyed. ,.upi-e %h1 war with the Titanm .nd dethroned thei. Oden, or Wodenl, as hie Nvw called, ha1d wvar with .oki ...

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 July 1901

The People's Journal. PUBLISHED WEENKLY, TF. J. MA ULDIN, Editor. Enteredt at t Post O01co at Pickoi as secoud-olass matter. Subscription, *1.00 a Year. TIJURISDA '. .m11,Y 25, 1901. The Strike Origin. Strikes an(I the extreme luethods I employed by strikers to accomplish their aims, whereby property is destroyed and often the source of I their support crippled to the point of non-prodict ion, are to be I de- I plored as expedients of coercion or for the purpose of forcing a j1ust recognition of the rights of labor era. Traced to its primial origin, strikes are the outgrowth of the crusing, mfoniopolistic actionI of corporations inl thir ubrile tendency and apparently co-opera live oflort to gain the conl ) ! the, output of ill man lfac t1 u1t' a rt i cles at the lowest ,o.-i lle .. l production aiid re nlat te pI' thereof to the consunmer at wiIl. If the cost ( the S n suarh te the Consumenr and Irod a. er . u'I be made to kee p P ip pac in the samo direction with tHl wa gea paid f...

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 July 1901

The People's Journal. MAIIKE'T REPOR.T. Corrected weekly by the Heath, Bruce, Morro,v Co. COTTON. Strict good mid(hlilg........ ...7 1-2 Strict m ldling...................... ......7 1-2 M lddling ......................................7 1.4 T ing es......................................7 7 1.2 Stains............... . . . ................ ; to 7 PROD UCE. Eggs...-.n....................1. Fry.ers...................... ............ 1 to I. 1J itte......... . . .... .............. ....... 10 Il esw ax........................-................. 20 ifams-----........ ..... ...........2 -Auditor S. A. Hunt is still very sitk. -Bring or send us your job work. Good work assured. -Soo noticoe of final sottlomeut estato of Timothy O'Brien. -Mrs. Wash Lesloy is very sick. She is attended by Dr. Earle. ---Born, unto Mr. and Mrs. Berry Pace on the 27th ult., a son. -Our circulation is no buncombo. Advertisers will get value received. --Born, uito Mr. and Mrs. Morris Gilstrap, on the 18th inst., 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. — 25 July 1901

THE BORDER LINE BY MORTIE1ThR 0. WILCOX. Oopyright, 1901, by Mortimer 0. Wilcox. I..e.4-.e.... 4 -. URING the South Africai crisis of 1898 an Amerl can named Phillips tool the night train fo Klerksburg, near thi Transvaal frontier. A week before Phil Hibm had seen the "Goh Reef City" shivering In the panie of t expected war. Is thoughts as h stared out of the car window may havo gone back bitterly to Johannesburg. t( the ridge which has made so many sor rows, and his own failure there. Clutch ed in the hand, however, he held a tele gran froin his partner, Burton, anii this he read: "Come up to Klerksbur; next train. Big thing possible her.' Around him men Nwere arguing heated ly in various dialects asI to where .iou bert would strike first, what wolul( happen to the uitlanders and when I would begin to happen. The train ri on hour after hour. It came to a stol at last and discharged its passenger: Into the excited, questioning crowdh which filled the streets of Klerktiburg It was al...

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

L S _JOURNL _ VOL It.-NO. 27. PICKIENS, S. C., THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1go'. ONE D)LLAR A YEAR AGTION OF STAVE EX Seiator IMcLauriin The Vote Ver; Strong in The State Democrat ic executive cot - mittee iel a pecial mee ting on Thiurs day !ight to make arrangemets for the primary elecioll in th'. Seventh Congre-sonal District, which vas fixed for the 10th of Sep(ember. The Imieet ing proved to be o(e o the most inter esting held in maln y'as, as a Teolu. tioni was, offered by Mir. 1Hichari, of Ke rh4 1 aw, w Severely conlemiin thle cours-e of, Scenator Mel'liurinl and ex pressing thle conviction Onhat hw ought to tender his resignation. The ilebaz t,( which cnsuled was quite alnmatd( mad exciting, and the resolution of Mr. RichardIs was paLssed by a Nvote of 21 to 3. Air. Magill iffred the fdlowin res~o.utionsi " illnstnch as this omt lee is ehargiml with the p'lim; of te patry 'M Ikso!ved, That ill addliiton ito talikin-i the( re.gnhirly precribe' oalt I, to ab)idl thle resub. ofl !hf! ...

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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