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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 19 December 1901

M.Jy AULDIN, Editor.. ntered at the Post Office at Pickons as pedopd-class matter. Subscription, $1.00 a Year. THUIISDAY, DEC. 19, 1901. The freezing weather, now prevailing, agravates the already terrible condition of the roads and emphasizes the impor tance of a system of road construction and road working that looks to theIwork of proper drainago as overcoming wash es and ruts. McLaurin is now classod with Weo. lington who openly declared that the -nurder of President MoKinly made no lifferene with him. Senator McLaurin nust look to the R1opublicans for help .nd association, being ignored by his )wn party altogether. The Pickens County Commissioners re attending the Goods Roodo Exhibit .f the Southern Railway in a body. Chey will doubtless be impressed more han ever with the importanco of the nost serious problem before thon, and .11 being mon of good judgment and live to home interests will more than ikely turn their observations to good count. What the Schley court of investiga...

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. — 19 December 1901

k Pieople's Journal M AiKlB' REPORT. Corrected weekly by tho Hloath, lrtir Morroov Co. PRODUCE. Cotto . .. to 7 3. ..........1 ....... 15 to ...... 15 to ...............,. .2 n a ma ..... . . . .....13 --Kollan & Mooro's faunous spectacl Now supply at Bolt & Thornloy's. W -NOTIO'- To thoso owing mo1. nood tho money and musiilt hativo it b Doo., 26th. J. L. BOLT M. D. -Tho County C(ommissioners wil moot in special session Deconibor 28th Pleaso noto the dato. --Tho program Y. M. 0. A.-Presby torian church Dec. 21st: Music; addres by Hion. J. E. Boggs, subject, "HtoN Xias holidays should bo observed, an why? ---Theo Cominty Commnissioners wil meet m11 S[)ooiall oession On Saturday, '28H inst, instead of the 20th, as herotorot advertised. All intorested will pleas tako notiCo of this change. *--Aiong other reports of fine p)orker this season. comes ono of (lhe e'leelt t1. A.. J. Uravely, near Pickens, killed ot last wook, hardley two years old, weigh in -158 pounds. This is livi...

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. — 19 December 1901

The People's Journal PICKENS S. 0 THU ORIGIN OF THE NEGRC The Scripttres are Searched fo ILight on the Question. Tie following interestfing,, artiele oi tle origin of the Negro is Irom t he e of Rev. Dr. .1. iB. Mick, of l-'ort Mill nod is reproduced from thite Ciiiit Observer : Whence the Negro % This is a darl subject; an exceedilI1y perplexi problem. Yet its solitioi is vital t Some doctrines of tle ahureb, :nni alst vital in dleter milling thle i nature of ot nationIl government. In deeId it we think of the strange introditction oi Negro s1avery into our11 lainl an I it pecuilia phases ill colonial davs ; it' w not ice how it, color ed aiilost'ver' ut tion ink Cong"ress fro-m 17i to1 -i we Study tile caulses of our1 gret civi war ; if we consider 11o t his mattel m11ade the S i th aloest s( lidily i1e ocA tic 1n1d tihl-, North ab;st l it' l llid'e [epuiblican1 from I 44' toi 901, we nut$) s coicll e t ht illt probi1t' el n Itt h h t tile 11mln pivot f' Il r liationlu difer ences...

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. — 26 December 1901

0 X VII E PEIiI)KFII1., THU VOL t.-NO. 48.4 PICKENS. S. C., THU SIAYD~ The World's Greatest Fever Medicine. For all forms of fever take JOHN4ON'd ILL and IVR 'IONIC. it ts 100 times better than quinine and doeit II a single day what slow qui nine cannot do in 10 days. It's splendid cures are in striking uontrast to the feeble cures made by quinine.4 COSTS 50 CENTS IF IT CURBS. IT WILL COST YOU ONLY ONE CENT TO Pi NI) OUT A B~OUT Ti P "REX MATTRESS;" T iLe qu11a itv, the Vpra flt 8, e o prleo". tad ti - . ) m n . ,, d 1 1. . 1 t]: Ts l y q yl i . "R E X , " a . ! r in f l l , p i v i l g d dil r e e Dexter Broom and Mattress Co PELZER. Seiling at Cost Every thinig. Owing to'.oune proposed canIug. in o hI sss, we will eil Carriages, Surreys, Buzgies, Phaetons and Wagow At an Absolute Sacrifice! Until oir stock is reduced. Dom't. tAlke. our wvordii fora it, hut coeia n.,1 saaee for* N a otu sI-If an] be e.,lvilled. Harness of till kinds 1t. cont. ve dwa he l1bo wk, C(orland, Tyo to Jon...

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. — 26 December 1901

The People's Journal, PI KENSA*f= 1 - ~fat (1 fo it) t )s(i-twoI1 I he i(rtujggliii :itll Thle the orig 32210d1 1 Cicet 11ii( ict lilt *woris of of Rev. tc PlIst 0I'd PCHWPH -N)QCII 1 1 i i andl Is ft-*'ii. 11,I i at , iliv for' )49i'oliit I ilf (". ObmerVe tfion--a t ill) to Ineaiiime tie i t 'ill(S of at wVim) ye' Ill 1 111 ;d uta, 111i tiit ItesitlS uild'old, problem doever to imike tho tiiies, lite del obrigiter for a sii uthiviitrd Witl Whomn think 0 of jty-alio joy year ngivm Inl eremiisen Negro to I lle 1i 11f 1 e f tand e gret evylr it, If,:. peciliaft j)1'4oiit--- ie toy t ha ut chriHI 1111d It Po not ce sllth past 1anil" pernd i gnifp e nte joy t he tion infuturl . Re ishag , w thimt for , Serion ell e.f" a War i if lift It'1Cthlc.il t Wvith frkiitim 1 ;11 of IIo ie ;.o hIts maltth of'i' Iiii tj t Milistter wliost' sae'j jlet Ocratic. I ildei is W ii[ .'t e art, VWitlli 0411 iilo pos Obepuli Biiia to mInsighine l nd th1 1wulit v uct ;414: CIiCCS lik11olJ 111:1 VS104 10 111...

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. — 26 December 1901

MARKitt 1 . rected weekly by the Heath, Bruce P1~oDUCE. n. .... ....,%............. ......7.1to 7 3.8 uns-tiensp...... ........ . ........ 15 to ....... ........ I.................... 15 to r............. *... .. ......................... 1 ax ..... 0.................................... 2C loore's famous spectacle: utipply itTKOW s.e IOTICE-To those owing me-I.d the money and must have it by 25th. J. 14. BPLT M. D. 'ho County Commissionere will in peocial session December 28th. , note the date. rn to Mr. and Mrs. Thos Por. a the 224 inst., a girl. Born unto Mr. and Mrs.' Jor. razeale on the 16th inst., a Born unto Mr.,and Mrs. J. P. , on the 17th, of Deceibar a hter. The Union Meeting of the first ion of Twelve Mile Association 'be held at Cross Roads church tad of Griflin as announced Messrs. A. E. Rangus and E. lool, of Cateechee, who went uemphis some time ago return a short time since and report a c time. They will visit their friends before riturning. Married at the brides home...

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. — 26 December 1901

IRH DANPA . 4 VVWVT V VV H-1E soldiers were In a splendid re; humor. They had won a victory fo the week before and were now resting securely among the hills, with no prospect of hard duty for at least a month. All the scouts brought news that the enemy was con tinuing his retreat into the west, and, moreover, the weather did not invite to Y active service. There was nothing for r the men to do but make themselves com fortable, and that thef- did'the best they could. They occupied a shallow basin in the crest of a low but very wide hill--a basin large enough to hold the entire army and seemingly intended by nature as a place of camp and defense. Their great guns made a ring around them and covered ev ery point of approach. The soldiers felt that they could hold such a natural fort ress against the assaults of ten times their number, but they knew that an at tack would not come, and they turned their minds to other things. Nearly all the camp work was finished, and they were eating th...

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 January 1902

- -- * -%- .:- i,-,,1 1I., PICKENSB S. C., THURSD)AY, JANUARY 2,10ON The World's Greatest Fever Medicine. '-' orme of fever take JOHNSON'd HILli and $ PVIt'- ONIC. it, i, 1A, times better than quinine and does in a single day what slow tinj nine cannot do in 10 days. It's splendid cures are in striking contrast to tto feeble cures made by quinine. COSTS 50 CENTS IF' IT CURES. Belling at Cost! Every thing'. Owing togsono prol osed changes in our business, wev will Still Carriages, Surreys, Buggies, Phaetons and Wagons At an Absolute Sacrifice! Until our stock is rduceuld. Don't tik our word for it, bit cotiio aml see for your elf and he convintced. Harness of all kinds at. comt. We earry thie lhidbek, <moirt.luni, Tson & Jones, ail variois other ialkes of Htiggie<, &a. as strict lii-.h (tmnnil Wagi Ios, tlie St4ndebaker In1l Weber; am cheaper grade the (,en.boiroi. Ta1y lor :nil ini(-t tall ;41ga. Now is the best seeson for selling velicls of all ki!d, %%ne ! we are goi...

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 January 1902

V :Ilk tailronds, factories and till lain(s ndustries are feeling the offiects the late heavy and col(tinied is, butl. in the long I'in it is the )r operative that sufFors most Aftor all said and done, ie holi ys are over, the Now Vanr is :11 nd Awitlh moro resposibilites 1 met and morO work to ho done. t it be tho host. yen r of il-wi II is resolution, 0 ie ie1 >ry will beV sily won. Mss Roosevelt ha won a prizo an impromptu ''Calko Walk." me Pickens man rudelv int-ima. I that perhaps .hm late cont ralt I Booker Washington was the roe of inspiraltion that led to :cess il this imitation of the n. > in his happiest diversion. ?ickens couity now has an as, sed valuation of $2,120,0-l I 1perty, and is -.loadily growinip wealth and consequieelve. A unation of 40 per cent of actiuta eth throughout the couity woul] ibably bring Pickens up to th 000,000 mark, *4*4* t this timo last January, thp lpoSil.ci0 most. disnCusw-d wm I Ither or not the Twen1tith evil y ComlencIl(1id with I tl...

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 January 1902

MA1ARKIT REPORT. Correctod weekly b'y tho leath, I1ruc 310rrosv Co. PRoDUoE11. (fotton... ------ -.- - . t. 7 8 }.jek i t . .. ...., .......15 V., Fr r . ..... ...... .. ....... ut e ..................................... ..., to BlIU M.wax.......................................... I lams ...............................- . --Soio valulebl) ( tracA't. .oI h11 willbe sold hv rk :i11 istI. Act.m Its sproad. ' -- revun --Married at the rosidenc i the officiating notary, on the 2we inst, Mr. George Bates to Miss (l vie Dodgens, all of PickenI Is coniII y -Married on Dec., 2 1,' at tIw rl sidence of Brido's futher, Aisi Dii Simons to Mr. R. F. Portor, lUv. 1 F. Mlurphree officiating. -Married on Dec. 21st, at re denlce of tho br-idIs m111,11-r., ('1 Crow Creek. Miss, Corrio E'lenburI to Mr. B. S. Powelli, all of Picknis, Rev. B. F. Mlurphoo ofiica tilg. -- =Narriod at the r-esiIeneoe ()f o. W. Garrison on )ecomber. 1901. 1 y W. ). Garrison. N. Mr .James Bishop to Aliss Julian, all of Picke...

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 January 1902

A New The Story of A Cuban Yer's Convict By ift % , F. A. Ober 8 mer.sr~g edi~Mtor .,f The l' r 1t H vn c'on be en'e ':f hot e held me. was- har.03hzl-t: tyan eye early. A n:. ' :'inrd a --a : 4 t:,t- - - c7;. t - -07. 7'7 I - ' 0 t th i rn ~ -. IN '..--. I Ian~~ .; h r c s nd t e I l at. in h i l , n l-.vo- o t 1'e~ wihply ulgstr, . . FeieCordd nttin. ob corn ! No , di yout I 74t a bol r nr youj~ gha74l to e me, to hav mto your cav rn(Iar tre -ait. moI prep!: a red71' a.74 simp.le ras, with 1411 coorl wate 'r.from Ja1.sping tha t7]gushed from thev is ide nearl~ and soon 3 et1 1.it rfese btij11y ai sistar she jined mel at) Yi hand)01 untid the l blo wa a441ll n 1shad' owII, olyU thet wte trunkso Du1(, rigthe weeki l~~ tabetflowedo Oli1via ando hle maid occupled te Jinner cham ber tof ther caverwich 331 twas sacred to Wiothe l rivacy, the II guairder h ck' mouthpaed ah outper room.t WeII 'th caew meou whes wjee- t h brandaa of the mitliorittt' w1h'n hor rai titer. Don x imidix ssiold...

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 January 1902

HE EPLE'S VOL I.-NO. 50. PICKENS. S. C., THURSDAY, JANUARY9, 1902. ONE DOLLAR A YEA A YXAR OF DXVEOPMENT. The Progress of the United btatee Never Equalled by any Nation. Dun's Review of January 4, 1902, has the following summary of the progress made in a business way by the United States during the past year : Most marvellous of all the plieio mnenal ovidenices of advancement in business during the year was the prog roes made in manufacturing. It is im possible to be too extravagant in de lineating the movements of the indus trial world. Never in the history of this or any other nation has such do velopment occurred within the space of a twelve-month. The expansion of productive capacity was enormous, the improved methods of work and or ganization were conspicuous, wise eco nomies were introduced, but more than all other factors that made for permanent prosperity was the conser vative resistance to price inflation. After the reaction of 1900 the level of prices remained depressed fo...

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 January 1902

"C" 'All T. J. MAULDIN, EDrron. W. L. MATHENY, Bus. MOn. Entered at the Post Office at Pickens as second-class matter. Subscription, $1.00 a Year. TirUlmDAY. JAN. 9, 1902. For heavy rains and long freezes, winter outstrips all winters vears. a road improvment arb. a matters uppermost in the u. hts of Pickens county peo)le. Thle destruction of ten illicit dis tilleries by Revenue Collecfor Aiken and his assistants, Deputy Marshalls Corbin and McKin ney, is a good record for Christina week. How does the idea of an extou sion of the Pickens Railroad into the lumber district of tho moull tains or oven across into North Carolina and Tennesseo striko you? This may be realized some (lay. Whether plans have yet matured or not, it is safo to say that far mers in this section will plant with a view to economy and living at at home during the year 1,002, a far as possible. Hard times strikes banks and cor)orationis as well as individuals. Don't blame businoss with all th. trouble. Extravagance...

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 January 1902

fie reople s Journai 31ARK ET REPORT. Corrected weekly by tho lleath, Bruc lorrow Co. PRODUCE. Cotton- -------. ..-- . ...7lto 7 3. Ahgck n --Lin ..... . .............15 to Fryc erSs...... ............., .. ....... 15 to Fryos.; 15 to B tter ............................................,.. 13e(0sw aix ..........................,............... . -Ea Gov. John Gary Evans wa here Monday on business. -E. B. Richardson, of Liberty and B. J. Jolnston, of Norris, wer, here on buiness Tuesday. -J. N. King,bridge builder, wa; here Tueshuy boforo the CounIt mmissioners. -e110 County (om iII issioner; d their regular monthly sessiot I eday and looked aftr mucl businioss Of prossilig Im Ipor ta llli. -Mfarried oil De., :01hI 1901 By D. J. Johlson N. '. l\lr. AlftIQ Green to Miss Rosa Presley. All of Liborty, -I.1oad notice of chlosiniig ou1 sal of Di)y goods. of k rid'e; ; 11:ll1innf)114 at, CoSt whi ichi is nou On. the tlilin for a liar)j j. The Bloard of St'ward. Pick-n: ( lothor-dit) Circuit...

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 January 1902

CONN COYLE'S ELDEST fl,..... Clines Kennett Burrow. Copyright, 1001, by American Press Association. I T Was a gusty, squally day, -which made It (iflicult for - naggie's bare legs to carry her toward Cariore as rapid ly as the oecasion demanded. She unde herself as smiall as possible, held the shawl wleh covered her head close under her throat and in the lulls of the wind incrensed her pnee to a run. Tightly clutched iII her left hand was a slip of paper on which was scrawled a list of the articles she was to buly nnd(1 carry hnck to lBallyeloghier. The luxuries ('lnumllerated on the slip of paper were for the enterdhitaient of one guest, Maggie's uncle, lier noth er's brother, whom she had never seen. Sho understood hili to Ie rich. Indeed, he was nlways held up by 'Mrs. C(Iyle as a model for her husband's Imitation. "ie's hundreds," sho used to say - "hundreds, an' it's my belief they'rt all in gowId; ye ean seo money in 'is face. It's ye might. he as warin, Coin, If ye'd think av...

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 January 1902

I9 .. .....' . VO I'.NOA1 VOL 11.NO. ~1.PICKENS, S. i!,THURSDAY, JANUARY 16,1~ BIIL, ARP IS AGAINST W AR. facntorv shiriuiwr i out y iinmmm11. in the , .I I l d - dI I a - 2 He Says the Spanish War 11 graced Annals of American H tory. Atlanta Cotistitution. Not coultilg the great civil war forty years ago, this last year of 11 vs the Most bloody and disastrous a iy InI my recollection. Over 40,0 of our solliers (lie( in the lhilippiii --'lObt of thei In hospital. That's 1iMlc Colsequence, of course, to t] yovern ment, but it brought myriads sighs adil teats to mothers and wiv and children. The Spanish iwar, at what has grown out of it, has eternal disgraced the annals of the nation history. And it, keeps on and w keep on, io doubt, bringing mise: and ruiti in its train. Some IIreat'he say-it is the work of the Lord. I don believe it. "Offenses must niet (5 ColI) bit woo unto them by whom the ce itti." Besides all this, the year wi full of disasters on land and Bva. E: plosions5 iml ...

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 January 1902

'j11 fe i u -rm1u.a 1 The "People'~ Joi ial PUjBLJIs!ED WEEKLY. T. J. MAULDIN, EniTOn. W. L. MATHENY, Bus. Mon. ar EntAred at the Post oflice at Pickens an a ecoud-olass matter. _ _to Subscrltioi, $_1-00 i Year. THURSDAY- JAN. 16, 1902. bU ------to This year 'tle office seeks the a man;" If it finds him-all right. Moving and having to mor e are different matters and many people afe experiencing these very things this January. That extension of tax-paying ill time gives the Treasurer a breath- a ing spell of one month and twenty- w" seven days. ra W The legislature is in session and o an al nost endless chain of speech- si making, at tangents, is in progress pr at Columbia. LI Those who do not sow will not C( reap, so many Pickens county far mers, though late, are taking the last chances for a wheat crop. It Franklin J. Moses, one time rt Governor of South Carolina, is having a hard time in his old age. He is really an object of charity t and pity besides. - - - -- ' * * *0 That prec...

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 January 1902

The People's Journau. MAIK T I( EPORIT. Corrected weeIY by thO Ioith l Bruce Morrow Co. Cotton.. .... 7 38 Egg . -. ........ - --- Chickens-1ie";1. - -''. to Fryers ........-- -. 5 to Butter ..................." I sw..... .--' Local and Personal. -Dr. '. F. Austin will be in Pickons January 21st, and 22nn. -The new brick yard wants wood. Boo Mr. Stephens at the yard. -Josse Palmer now of the Unioni ggIes8 force is at hon1ie for a holidaY. --.Marchl finticipates payment this year-l. Wo hoPe this is a good .-heli Journal will give wolIy a reilim of tho work of b)oth branches ot the legislat ur. -old Soldiers rad the not1e ifu 1liedI heirejini and be prIompilt and accuirte. This aestimeL and insuires speedly returns. .--The Piek.-ns Counlty Wh!I(o Teachel.s A solation witll 'n t satti(by next. out' atli.ilu will be appreciab d -Te full f ni t Ih L i a'1 C tak.:- upt his l t for th.- H u -. CIAl I V: -IL th ' e i le t trlit t. , rf t!! b uV Marril I n \\ In vy the of th-- * i.:dat i :s'...

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 January 1902

PARSON HARWOOD'S CURVES .- By Bert Estes k Copyright, 1901, by Bert Este. G ALIA CITY, like iruost 0 rive'r towns, hild it ilxe(1 lationl full of isluirp anlta nisnmis, sovlal, politicnl andn nigu. Nt wvit hist anutlllig, there y one locni Institutlion abolit which Ith was inly one iliild. The Ga'jllia C ftisoball chlb, ft- :apple of the 11un 1p:i 1 vy'., w:ts felt to bt Sot for flt- (-t lifteitnse against the world lin gene 111 the iiui' froill 0eliterport In 1) tieula. t'intt'rport, it fvw t'ruilles lown 1 (hl:11(11n011i.ng ote1r toIwNvns to coin(%( . 4 t thit dtillt- ii. ' W oriis thll th ('et eri6,11f1t luul In 11:1141 nt hIrIge sto 40,o f l ln :110 was liberall InI aplilyling -- m er. tho dh1.n1111114. Th itliltua1l sec of ( .it'frp rit nil I;iIlia CIty h1 sithtil lulig traglte iI its intensity. heaIt Cenliterportwr was1 the "111111n1t flhillinl n neh-oinen t ; t 'ent erplort liv flt' tut ri tl is vitrits ov(.r. t f it 1 IM . I i'l h s I nei ssilt 11f Sl o I I IIst i Irn ia s a...

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 January 1902

p. s ?t VOL 11 NO. 52. PICKENS, . TURS)V k R TN DOAR aa GIILD LABOR Al' THE COTTON MIL The Mill Men Protest Againls Law With Qu iallficationls I Favor Compulsory Iducatiol preseii eii to 1 tie General A el To thie Senators and mbris of 19111 tof I remai V 6 of At nleeling of the Text I facto nr 5s(of S--uthi (tito ima, lhelid (reiividle, S. tu., ki Sept. 10, I9 theo I.'h,W m~i~g I exschlition wVa' adlopi ed( " That a c'ltinittee of live shal11 app kinc d frm ilik 1)0( y who sl add e-s ano (.pun letter t> tihe L egt, ture alie ih con it oncxi -tinl the hull villages, andii expulaiiiung l the nll t, orpor'io . have (done a edut-l ofn I their ilo3es. I, sha I al d .. te any le isa tpoi hIII IeS. on c.f chil I hoi' unnlic:Csrt andl shall appear3:I hie' the I .1.i itutre as riIrSient V thmill inte-rests of tile Stale. Th sim reclleit, however, tlitt if the Ia is lattie in) itsi judgmlenit feels that mlU't enact solue clii Ild lbo r law, t1 l the !-e limit be fixed at tein years I 1r,1...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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