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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 1 August 1901

'eople's Journal. ri 'AULDIN, Editor. SC Post, Ofico at Piekons as r. hi , .03) a Year. a e C .,try Newspaper. TI mle of thle mo1tropolitanl dailies m h, in the sphere of their influ- th are valuable agencies in pro- T ng the goneral welfaro and er pority of tho country, and th daily newspae)ors of nuich TP1 lor calibor, are given to a i8 or.css to he sarcastic w hen miak. pa reforonce to the weekly, coun- ot >ress. In sono itistances tho th 3 of the importanit is overrid- ct but, as a a general riue, thore wi )ry little published inl aly of of weeklies that does not have tho al .tion of some of their renders. I des, it is not tho )urpOSe' Of a country nowspaper, or any othI -aper for that matter, to fully .se all its subscribor , and it ti ii transpires that matters sig- i, icant to the easnal or cr-ificall a .ier aro published which com- 11 sate the country Slbscliber, os over, for his out.tv ill su- e ptionl anld thle tiline spenit inl ti hing the pap~er. 4 t is not the businl...

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. — 1 August 1901

The People's Journal. MAItKET REPORT. 1-2 7 1-2 ---- - ,1 1-2 i g .. ............................... 7 1 2 t i ............ ...................., 7 PRODUCE. E gg ...................... ..................10 .hc.n- en ..................... 2C Fr yere.................................. 10 () 15 Blitter........................... ................., l1 I ax ......................................... 20 ....1.....%...........2 -Mrs. Emma Major is quito ill at Ban dy Springs. -Bring or send us your job work. Good work assured. -Mrs. B. F. Parsons is improving from an illness of several days. -Born unto Mr. and Mrs. Bower Freeman on the 29th ult., a son. -J. C. Jonnings nOW occupies the Harris building near the depot. --Born unto Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Brock, Wednesday, July 24th, a son. -The Piedmont Baptist Association convenos at Enon church today, the 1.t. -Dr. W. F. Ausitn will he in Easley Tuesiday and Wdnlio.iday next, August 6th aild 7bh. -B. F. Froom is in chargo of the the summor ter...

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. — 1 August 1901

The People's Journal t FiCKENS' S. 0. THU F ARMIURS' STATE ALLIANC1. Annual Meeting Held in Columbia -The Sub-Alliances Are to be Reorganized. The annual sessioi of the Farmers' State Allianco Was hel in Coluinhia last week, beginning on Wediesday nght, July 2-1. The chief business be fore the meeting was to devise plans to reorganize and rejuveiiate the or gaiiization. There were about thirty Live or forty delegates of the State conivention1 present. President J. C. Alexander, of Oconee, (Ilivered his annual iddrcss to the t.(ate Alliance as follows : 4' 1 iet 'hren' of the State Alliance: As usual. it is with mnich pleasure that I as a eni.her and a brother in this Ord er ani spared l a lili licing to ieet you here on0e miioIe. I in my humbi Inkile way have triied to) presidie ov, r this Alliaice for two years, aitl I find. blrethiren, that while I have iee hn-11 o riv(I hvN tle Order 111141 hav' b'ell ti'tl-. ed with the giratest respect by every member, I fee 0ha1 I 1 h:1%e lhec...

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. — 8 August 1901

S .I R ___HE EOPLE'SJUNL VOL u.-NO. 28. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, i o BILL ARP QUOTES I, SCRIPTURIUS. He Seeus to be At Home With the Eible-The Dreum Book is a Hu"ibug. A tlanta Consi itution. "And in that. day the yontg mien 1311all see visiols and the old men shall dream dreats ; and the hamittimaidens shall prophesy."' That is what l'eter told (te people oil the (aty of Pente cost. And Peter believed that the days foretold by the Propiet Joel had already come, for the devout Ime f'oi n every nation under heaven were there prophesying an1d speaking in every lan guage. The people said they were drunki but Peter said, "'No," foi it is I only 11 o'clock inl the tuoi nii'ng." I I reckon the topers dran ml0oe in lhe I eveniing, just as tncy do 1now, '114 i wetnit to bed drunk. Ilut it lIta alias perplexed fme to fiinl out when the age I Or pecriod of' working mliniele. and see- I ing visions ceas.ed andl why IIhe innver r was taken away Irom tle men of God. 'auill could work ...

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. — 8 August 1901

The People's Journal T. J. MA UI) D , EAlitor. 10nitorel at the l'ost 011co at Pickons av second..c-ls matte r. Till' HRSD.\Y. AFlG. it.10. A PUBLIC MATT'10. Thero I a ilattTr of genci al pub lio concern that ought to have the best busi ness attention of tle imenl at the head of couity al'ir s3. Pickens couity ought to ho plced at olive oil i cash basis. It is a question that. rOacles eveibod V, varyin1g inl iilltl'et wit'l tho nilotillit of ilsillOss ti lV iive witll the coulity, as a corpolato, coll tracting body, and the ainount o property they omn liable for tax es8. As the county now stands, ther is ainl alloltl of past indebtedine.iu wvhich vWith the Ic(urlllat mg cui rrenlt, expenses the fids naalable' un1der thle estimllate om levy are not, stlffciellt to meet the reit is that the colintv coil missiollnr canl only issnSIlo theil cer tificates payable wheni 1uds C leet the speci Ic cib a racter of illeh tediless thus represelted Iro re'll ized, Mnd (1h6 individull hol1dingi t...

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. — 8 August 1901

The People's Journal. MARKET itEloitTl. Corrected weekly by th e lleati, Bric, Morro&y Co. S'rig good mliddliig ................. ...7 1-2 -t r I middlinig...................... . . .....7 1-2 3%1i d dIinI g . . ................................... 7 1.2 Till-rep... 7 1-2 . . -.....................................7 7 gga.il . . ............... ..................,... .. 0t F g .........i10 Chickuims-1iens ..... ................... 20 ti t ................................... 10 to I t. Billtq er .............................................,11) lmniwax......................................... 20 --13ring or send us your job work. (ood Work assured. --Dr. W. F. Austin will be in Pickens Tlesday and Wediesday, August 13th , and 1-Ith. -Mouitain tourists ire untifortimato in having snillh bi(d wonithker this wook , for their ouitings. .--Monday was siale day but' no busi nossof consequene beig on hand, few 0 peoplo cilie to town. 0 -No mails on the St:r routes left Piekens. Tuesday 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. — 8 August 1901

The People's Journal PICKENS- S. C The Secret N Of the Well How a Boor Boy Proved to Ills Grandfather That Ho Was No Coward. A STORY OF TIlE TIRANSVAAL. By P. Y. Black. L*--* IIvl PAUL RITEUTEl was isy with his hert of wide hornietd xenl far imore bliusy than iuu al. The cattle woidere( why on earth he di11 no let theumi waider afar as uisual, among th( richer, juicier grasses. Patil could not 11o was doing double duty. 'I'he ettil had to fed or lose value, but also (lit house had to be watched closely les he were needed there, so the perplexet oxel were rentorstlessV kept to thi shorter grass iear (lit' 'arn h uiings. As Paul ino w endli to anl ohs reper. Otis COW and again lookcel baICk at th QUiCt, deserit0d flt-i there Sutldlenly came to his startled ears an alarined, excited cry froin iniilie tle fuarinhouise: "Kunje - - verda fiter! Comie iak Thief! Rollber! Paul!" Paul left the oxen to their own slow'. devices and tished to tile house, whenc caine the iangry yells. is mare, f...

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. — 15 August 1901

THE EOPL'S JOUR VuL 'I.-NO. 29. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, AUGUST 15, igor- ONE DOLLAR A YEAR %jui. %*Uns44Ar Jany .aL I1i J Recollection of a Great Battl First Impression of Confedert Leader. Richmond Timc. I distinctly recall the famuous plI and the memorable conditions - rounding the great soldier when I .i him the first time. I was then at fair observant youth, in my twentieth ye a period at which we are aptto rece and retain vivid impiressioins of at noted event or fanious persona Iersonally seen and known. As o grows old there is a coniien(labje t dency to indulge the reminisceit mo0 As a matter of blended fact a sentiment, most of us like to It back and lovingly dwell on the pleasa and the notable thing's of the past which we were actors. A t times 1 a given to such moods of tender a Iathetic, sober and serious, reflectiot Then, over the kindly stretch of neai two-score years I Would Cail up lroudest, memory the fadeless ioItiLr Lure of that manly, heroic ligure, firmly and gr...

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. — 15 August 1901

*e People's Journal P1UnITSilED wEEKlaY, Tl. J. MAUtLDtN, Erlitor. 1torm1 at the Post Ofllee at Pickoe i nd-iclass4 matter. Stih1eripli 10 . $1.0") :1 Yea r. T1111U'111DA Y'. .\VG. 15). 190|. (T'ADE WrIT I IIOM DEA L. ElHS.. l'heso rat'go sel le s may lioer t h blic a fairly good article, it may fact, he an excellent arrange ilt. anld we have no eomlplaint t< ike against the gentlenwn i arge of the en t erprise. ('11t1 porary far as its establishment i ekens is (niCerneId , but we do ggest to the public that it is t( eir interests firzt of all to deal ith their holle ilerchllan ts who arc istintlv in the busiiess right 're in t heir ownl neighborhood il who for every good reason art le to sell then an article equalyi i good as any oflered by quasi oddlefs, at the sanme or even ilowe rices. The reasons are obviol.,. hey are the saine tlat, govern ill le ease of Ilook a ellts als wiullst esidelit daler3. Thl ese !tI Iclmiln oI llre eq)eCL'n to i0n11111ii oin y a siort tile: their X...

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. — 15 August 1901

The Peop1 naL MdT. Correct, .0 eath, Bruce, MIIorro d% St. ............... ... 7 1.2 - ..... ....... ........7 1-2 -.. .......................7 1.2 . ..............................7 7 1.4) ......... ..................... 6 (0 7 PRODUC(.S ...................... .................. ' len1s ...... ...... ................. .)o H uttter ....... ......,................................ 10 ik-o tw ax .----------............................... .20 H am .----- -.. . ...... .. . ..12% or son(1 us your job work. (ood work assured. -Dr. W. F. Austin will bo in Easley August 20th and 21st. -Mrs. M. F. Hestor and daughter, K-1te, are very sick this week. --Our circulation is no buncombe. Advertisers will get valuo received. -Don't forgot that school opens in Piekens fieist MNond ty inl S .itoiber. -'Protracted meetings will bogin Sun day at Prater's and Eion churches. -1ah11u3 Stewart, residing on Jerro Loolier's plantation, is sick with fever. ---T. Osear Algood is ono of the ex port watornellon g...

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. — 15 August 1901

MILAURIN TO Declines to Ste: STRONG CHARGES A( The Junior Senator Atteni and Actions are Democr to the People. PAnIS MOUNTAIN, 8 . August 5, 1901. T11o the Democratic Executive CoI mittee, State of South Carolina : OaNTujaMKIN : The ollicial notice o the action of a majority of your com miitte of July 25th was received by mi on August lst, live days after it had be: announced in the newspapers. Thi published announcement was the lire notice I had that any action affectin ie was to be taken by your committee I am now olicially informed that th majority of your committee condemns m course in the 8enate, demands my ret ination and undertakes to expel m from tle Democratic party. Twent) one men have attempted to usurp th powers of the 90,000 Democratic voter of South Carolina, and as an incident, i a meeting called foi another purposc have hastily endeavored to do what ca 0ac lone only by solemn proceedings o prarchc~iment, expressly provided for i nt const.itution of the United States....

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. — 22 August 1901

_ P"oPLE S JR VuL il-NO. 30. PICKIENS. S. C., THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, ---e- - - .,.U-t 22, I. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR THE INS I'TU TE AT (.LEiMSON. Two 1Utindred Farmers Attend the Summer S2,chool and Receive Valuable 1Instructioll. Th'le Vlt -arineid' institulte wichu bmegail t Cleit i Co1l:JUI (li die 2111 ilst. Iiais been l ", ka' Iv attun l ed I 13 farti'ers fro1 every sectio of Or t and Uhe proccedingv" iniVe' been til listialily jillte e illjR *,( the Wilo inalifest ;llit vnrlcA l-i o learn. Thlt ()I'nc "I) ou n Y r ' erg Ohis year. illlletieS Iltt tle 1Ast i lite idea hlas taken1 ,*at, h h)ld up n t in, aMid l(4x1 80v1,v l1 t ! kcCol litoda imis Willa e 0o Ie.. gt'i i ly e la ei for OIleir ciltert-.1 il ni. n1.I s lit l IIe I Wf Ovis.' iitiIeIl ' ll Ili l ports madeIla b) ili' ' n Th'le State: Dr. t II artzol, in his lna! 'lret'vt MCII01,110 f11 1mit ill I Int ' ' "I 111111' Illn 1l. -I it Col l . 1]It I nati dso titl i i ll It i'ti - 1.1 - ' t11po(e welel !( h f WUC 11-.11. .C)ale (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. — 22 August 1901

The1f People's Journial. P'J itl(K1 i oWiU:t t.v. C P'.tre.I .t ths-. P 't (0 - atj. j~ PMi en anfJ. -. The People Want Light. Wha ..:n n 1 1n . -~i n grtssiv ( ne1h me.tt C(tri,:ht i r --n ' It- (J'r.!:!, :''' 1\ l. I tat.r-:.t ~ p.( .... w - of the 7ii: - xr1 - -i me p litle 4 'Uit- fr . n n'il plat( r 7. I~ *.- - i . ' sup~atf n - H've e -iII 3l ~111 h ub-tal - tiout o, e ae li mn Ip hrI w i idol-nd tae rate air hse staliay ad tufd:er.--.;ng w the' dtnh at g th w Ol 1.-t w3i e o 11r13) cota pa i ,L' f .g 1, : u et ii - V tattd iit th.. e a HS I a :: t' t Laue-t to af wrofsoa 1p.ll ticaj.t ti TRe.fl:-:.;. "I'siei 1 ingJo n l.. t. t gi,a- ly tak ~ickly :c :ot'. pro ~ mie 113 - 1 n t1.<-r t <hl ie uj mol 1 I 11.0c' a o i (4a 11n i s e ci han d In tot .tlest:aa 8 an s. 'lilm n ur i trl:l~ orov ent I1F y . in reat pai manis iotlben assertion11 of in-t ao maktutin andi demagogic iertia. thtC charge of.a .thorosgnot sound andt If hillb dotsare rongk pt im " awe;ifme visplayitg tol...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 22 August 1901

'he People's Journal. C ,reet ml weekly 1-y the lleathl, Ilice, lorro v Co1. CorrIoN. (rict gon'I uiudilig............ 7 1.2 ....7 1-2 ...... 7 1-1) ...7 7 2 S ( it) 7 n n .... . ...... ..... . ... ,... ... .2 2 --lring or senid us your job Work. lood work assured. --Our eiruilation is no luncombo. Adveraisers will get value received. -SubIlSCribo NOW for TlR JoURNAr And get tihe BMASTL paper in the county. -Shingle dutalers hive buen onl the Astts of Pickens during the preseut w0k. -(. 1. endricks, reciiiding near Cc :lar Rock, has been sick for about three weeks thrbatened With fever. --Tiiu JOURINAL is th BEST inid most r1eIdable paper inl Pikeons county. It is Also the most widely circulatod. THIS 1, A FACT. --Pupils who littonded the Graded I iohool last session1, liro rqc(lested to I >ring their roports on the morning of hie opoing- 2L --The Old Folks Silging convention i vill meet Witll Shady (rovo church the < mirth Sunday in August. lIring books i md well l1lied baske...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 22 August 1901

The People's Journal PICKENS S. C. TIHE LADY GWENDOLEN By ....EPISODE. ROBERT BAR-. Copy righ t, 1961,'by S., . McClure, .N. Aet y*.lith, HIt corewuwe atd et Iearnaing (k', S lesC to ub Qur1 d no1)--1-tic. -"I 1R W(dIs to t.hat eft0et ivy Thm Ni of Stobero w oh, 1 o haughity! iit - w.-s also prould anfd wNN',1t . about withl hIs clihi the air. Earl (nn ul. Waiyn 12le recognized iy the attitude of tIeir chinS. An Aineil can vISior to 1-ng1kInid once exirestti Ois regret to ine tbit the notai)Is ofi hl lirti'sh isles did not go roudwt lUrge printed lahols on thetr backs tv:i log wyho tlhey WONr, so that a 04-r11ngor would not be cofmplled to fotlow tL' qenmplo of 'Pheodore II-ook, who. inept ipg 4 disitlnguisimd loocing mn on- the Strand, -went up to him an 'inquired it he was anybody In particular... The American plaintitely Fai'd, when I ro ma.rked thlA the nobility might obju1el to being lbvled, that it. lould merely be reverting to an, old cistom whicl bad1 beenl allowed to fall 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. — 29 August 1901

_THE PSREOPLE'S VOL tI.-NO. 31. PICKENS, S. G., THURSDAY, AUGUST 29 190. BIL ARP ABOUT MARRIAG] What Kind of Girl Should a Your Man Lead to the Altar ? When a young man falls in love al resolves to get married I reckon it is good thing that he is reckless of t1 colPequences. I was, I know, for never thought of anything except tL pretty girl and how happy . Would L to get lier. I had no thought of troub] or lioverty or grief or war or deatl The time was far, far away when th silver cord would be loosed and th golden bowl be broken. As for th girl, she is more reckless than hc lover, even though her peril is fu greater, for hers is to be the pain an sulriniig, the care and anxiety-th night watching and sometimes th broken heart. It is a mystery to in how the mother endutes it all and hold tip her head au- keeps her strengt1i But love for her offsprin g, matern love, sustaius lier. It is the gift o God. There was a marriage inl oul town the other (lay, and as the crowd gathered at the ...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 29 August 1901

The .People's Journal PUB1,16IINDwK.IY T. J. MAULI)T, Editor. 10ntored at the Post Ofilco tt Pickens a sjeconjd-clans.4 matter. subscrpnon,.91 Yer-. T Il l'l NSI)A Y. .A I1 . 29.. 191. This is thle white mlan's conlutry -that was settled in South Caro lina inl 18-46, and liIth seul of ap proval wa-is set oi the worEings o laws that ustalbiished w hite sut prenI cv by the constitution of 1895 What is true in South Car olina is also truo in tlhe other bouthern States, and the wisdoiml and justice ot thoso !ans have bci recoinized and their constitution ality has been established by ro peated rulings (it the courts. Thu neg 0, as a dreaded element, threat einlog good governmelit., doCs not enter iinto t ie coi nideratio oi u 1ues tions looking to the progr ss of tHit couitry. Evel te intelligeit Oliment of the negro popuilation is inl accord m 'ti idens that otainl in the South icernoing olppartiil. ities for the iaterial growth of thK section, ssu -11cs are lifted above tho local (uet...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 29 August 1901

The People's Journal. . a e - - --- -.- -.a town Mi Cot . Bruce, to L Morr Dr Tate Egg.........................10 P lckeIne-l II... ............... .2 D . Fryor.---............ .................. 10 to 15 frion B ttter-----.. -....................................,..10 Ef Beo. as x . .... .............................. 20 his 1i ilams--...... .............13 -Mrs. J. F. Bannister, of Catocohoe, Nich is very sick with remittent fever. Mi -Sutiberibes NOW for Tu JOUIRN/', visit and got the BEST paper in the county. Mi -See notice to township Pension rop- guest resentatives. gy -Dr. W. F. Austin will be in !' sley lug 1 Septomebor 3rd and 4th. Mi Josse Crenshaw, from the Cross Roa-,3 Eri section, was in Pickens Monday. pond -Born, unto Mr. and Mus. La' .enr -son, ( Gilstrap, on the 22d inst., a d.ugheer. of M -Bring or send us your job work. Mit Good work assured. guest -Born unto Mr. and Mrs J. H. Sea- 1"y' 1 born on the 24th inst, a son. Vile. bW -Strayod-Pig (malo), six weehl old' r ...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 29 August 1901

The People's Jounal PICKENS S. THE PATH. . TO PERDITION 3 y .OUIS VIN0ENT DE FOE. CopyuiA,.1901, by Louis Vincol, P0 Foe. *-*aRm the window of De Con Birdsell's house the bright rays of a1 lam111p marked the fr-k of fle country road w 0l'ld to the right, past the old 0uaker meeting hiouise, and, to the left, through the worldly and inhuitous village call ed into existence only ia year before by the coming of the new railroad. This little cluster of houses, ia mush room growth of unpainted boards, in cluded, besides a blacksmith shop and general storo, both welcome enotiugh in their way, a tavern conduted oil wide open principles under the inme of' Lowden's Halfway House, whlch lid speedily brought the locality into gen oral disrepute. No one had discovered toward what goal it marked the lf way point, unless it was that goal of torment which is the ending of every career of intemperate prolllgigny. In the dining room, which served like wise as a sitting room, the deaconl wits careful...

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. — 5 September 1901

I~AA AqT- 9____7"Wl-. x To:4 HE P S VOL 11.-NO. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBElOA STATUMIUNT FROM OENATOR TILX& He Denies That He Was Evc Disloyal to the Majority of Den ocrats. Senator Tillman was prevented froi speaking at Spartanburg on account c the accident to his eye, and he furnisl cd the following statement to th newspapers which he had intended t incorporate in his speech: There has been more or less strer uous effort made in various quarters t cast imputations on my Democrac and to charge that I have been diE loyal to the organization in the phaa Senator McLaurin 's supporters seek t defend his own treachery to the part by making these charges, while on th other hand some of my old political 011 poneuts who have never been able t give me any credit for anything tha was worthy or good, have joined ii this accusation, and I therefore fee that it is nothing but right that I shoul let the younger generation of voter who know nothing of the facts, hla the plain truth so...

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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