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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 23 January 1902

The People's Journal. PUBLISHECD WEEKLY. T. J. MAULDIN, Emroi. W. L. MATHENY, .Bis. Man. intored at the P-ot Ofico at Pickens as second-claSs mattor. Subsep1h)I ii, $1 .00 i Year. - IURSDAY. JAN. 2.1, 190:. According to the Supreme Court, wo are almost without law. If the proseut jury law is uncon stitutional, how about that part of tho work already done 'towards providing for juries during the present year ? By the grace of congrcss, ninoty thousand dollars have been11 appro priated for govornment expenses and floor space at the Charloston exposition. This helps the ox)o sition. Notwithstanding tho decision of the Supremo Court, there are ,r som( members of the prosont log islatille who seem disposod to iln(liig, in the doubtful pastime of specil legislation. It augurs well for tho peoplo of South Carolina that the Supreine Court of our State, with hill ap preciation of their import iflice, declare the law by tihe strict mea ur6 of the constitution. Tle movemenoit I ciut off 11a pt...

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 January 1902

Tle People7s Journal. Corrected weely by the lIlelth, Bruce Morrow Co. C1o)c~ Otto,, 7 3.8 C ottn . - -''......... .. . .~......7..t. 7I . chickens-lIens---''' '"''''-''''-..15 to Fr y ers..... .- -. ------ 15 to Be r - ........................1 Local and Personal. F. Austin will je in _Sth and 200h. qlirte(Orly Conferen)ico I ircuit Will be hel( at I Tauva -..inst. -Sovoral Old soliers" were oin the streets Mond3' looking after ponlsionl m)atters ---Born unto Mr.. al Mrs D. T. Hloyes, of Pearl, on the 15th inst., a daughter. --Mr. Jeremiaiah Looper is ropor ted very sick. )r. Earle attends him.i _-Craig4 lIrotlIers are redu cing their business to the cash basis and have 80 notified Ileir customers. Road their advertisement. -Married, it Li.herty, S. C. on the 16th inst., Miss Anllie Hod. dock to Rev. 8. . Stone, Rev, W. J . Sporman, ellici.ating. -Married, at the residonce Ulrs flettie Simtimuons, Miss )ora Stiln 1110118 to Mr. B. E. HigdoIon, A. L. Edens, Notary P)b lic, oficiatin...

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 January 1902

BILL. ARP HIl* IS V-lE FAl(MIS Their Victims Are Contiltually Writing Tales of Woe to Him. Atlanta ('ostitut ion. The cry is still - they eoie, atul the victinms continue to write me for sympathy. I am sorry for tlien but I am amzized at their stupidity anid tre dulity. Now here are two eever, ieedy womien inl this coilm11unity who seilt S25 aCLh to one of thes~e fa1kirs nid each sent hiin a list of twenty-tle naIn~es-no0t sulbscr-ibers, bnut tunnesCI. ''hie womeni knew very Wi 1 tiht no body hicie W.1nted tile papepur att so tiley begged or borrowed or iiiile soine silitic to get the muoniy atld weit djihently to work writini Ii.ters and Seinigll cirlalris to uwr woitei at. otlier plhes u4t'i . 11 1i it "o . iin thle sclieinie aid It : i et 's einIpijot tietlt ait '-2le a itinth. M i " st- '~kt n 11uen2 senut -2--, vai :xid it) we writingi. to .1 thii:i n't o w0linen, and so i~ it kce' t tld ol .i an1 e dle- c h lilt lit L' i i the a T at \t h nAh I at k -- h i , .., * ''. Lii.I un...

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 January 1902

Nl STE EOPLE'S JOURNAL VOL 12.-NO. I PICK ENS, S. C., THURSDAY, JANUARY 30, 192 ONE DOLLAR A VPA LlT ARP NOW TAKISS A RFST Gives a Parting Shot at the Fakirs and Describes a Liar. tlanta Constitution. My speciil pets, the mothers an(I ildron of this blessed land, have eon neglected of late, for I have had time of it in taking care of myself. r a month past I have been per lexed and burdened with a correspon enco that I could not avoi(l. I. have nswered more than a hun<.dred letters Concerming the Monticello fraud, but that troublc is now about over and once more I am calm and serene. It was a most marvelous enterprise. Nothing equal to it has ever occurred In thle South. One, woman writes3 that she has written over eleven Iiuhin(red letters. The area coveicd by it aind the victims who sullere(d is astounding. My correspondents are all women, de 'pendent, struggling women, and they Ileck the land from West Virginia to 0 Western Texas. I learn that Monti c.Cello has surren(lere( an...

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 January 1902

The People's JohiiaI PUBLISHED wEEKLY. T. J. MAULDIN, Erroi. W. L. MATHENY, Bus. Mon. jutered at the Post Offico at Pickens a secon(-clas matter. Subscriptioi, $1.00 a Year. TiHURSDAY. JAN. 30. 1902. Tuiic pasiago of a well framoi dog law, giving the pleading shec a fair chance, would entitle the present legislature to thanks. OF all probl-m18 before the leg islaturo, the matter of drainag( furnishes most perplexities. Bul the country is aroused on thu question and something must b< dono. WE1 hopo the legislature wil succeed in passing a road law tha will be both constitutional all adequato to tho domands of travel Fortilizor hauling and May meet ings are not so far ahead of us. WITH no jury law, no road lax and, if Some other laws were tes to(d, no laws of local applicatio1 passed since the c o n s t i t u t i o of 1896 went into effect-and voril no roads hardly worthy the name it cannot be said that this sessi( of the South Carolina logislaturo in vain. Ir Pickons county is pli...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 30 January 1902

The People's Journa NOTICE. Obitiary IOtlee in this paper will charged for at the rate of one cent a wc for all suc1h matter running over I words. CorreSPOndents are enjoined to ne: la their coimnaunicationis so as to rea this onilce not later tian Saturday. Corripondents are reqitested to ma tijelr contributions of general intere short, 1oited and giving all the news. No poetry need be sent for publicatio The )rice of this paper Is 81.00 per ye in advance. s all matter intended for ti 1E PEOPLE'S JOURNAL, Piekens, S. C. Local and Personal, -Take care that you do not ru inlto measile. -Dr. W. F. Austin, will be i piokons, Fob 4th and 6th, -Born unto Mr. and Mrs. NN W. Hammond, on the 23rd inst., So. -The attention of pension al plicants is called to the notic herein. -1otter take care of yoursel This weather is admirably condu cive to "the grip." -11r. and Mrs. J. N. Morgan c Central were hero Saturday an Sunday with relatives. -Clark Bros. & Co. invite you attention to special ...

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 January 1902

A WOULD BE COUNTESS I C rt y John Winthrup Green. SIION I reached Leghorn, I found myself in the company of two people I had heard of several times beforo In Italy. They were Jailles Salinders, widow er, and1(1 his daughter I3ileene of Aier Iea. IHe ws n inan11 of sixty anid a half invalid, iind she was a girl of twen ty who had Zill overwhelming destro to become anl Italian countess. 'Mr. Sn,4un ders vas I franllk, blunt Spoken 1111111. 1 hadn't known im l an hour when I lnev ill his troules. IHe had amassed wealth, an1dI h. loved his daughter, but h1e hadl no uso for ia son-iii-law not born1 in Americn. "I don't know what on earth possess (s the girl," h1e said, wheIn referring to Eileene', wh111o had bell plailu Ellen be fore the steamer left New York. "Sil's Just gonio ild ol the title busluess. At home sie'd havo been satistled with nt colonel, i judge or anll honorable, but nlow she decliri that nothing less than beling a countess will fill the )ill. It Seems ats if all tho co...

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 February 1902

THE PEOPLE'S JOURNA VOL 12.-NO. 2. PICKENS. S. C., THURSDAY, FEBRUAY -- - --_- --_-- - - - - --...... ...ONE DOLLAR A TRAR. THE QUE8TION , OF CHIID I1ABOR Arguments Before the Colmittec on Commerce and Manufacture. in the House. The committee on commerce and manufactures in the Iouse of Itepre. sentatives held a special iecting to hear discussion of the child labor ques. tion. The bill before the committee provides that within one year after its passage children under ten years of age are prohibited from working in a cotton mill; after one year the age limit shall be eleven years, and after the second year the ago limit shall be twelve years. The first speaker was (has. II. Ger man, of Aiken County, a cotton mill operative, who declared that this is a humane and just measure and no just reason against it has lever been urged. He stated that the opposition <teclares that the bill will drive labor away from the mills. He diffeied with them. It is customary to employ children as spi...

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 February 1902

The People's Journal. PUBIJsHED WEEKLY, - T. J. MAULDIN, Emron. W. L. MATHENY, Bus. Mon. Entered at the Pont Otfiee at Pickeus as second-class matter. Subscriptioi. $1.00 a Year. TIlURSDAY, 1EB, 6. 1902. HAPPY is the man who owes no man anything, and has paid his taxes. THiiu agitation of the cotton mill question in Piekens would not be at all amiss at this time. WITEN those newly leased con. viets get well to work, there may be a pleasing change in the road prospect. So far, nothing serious has b1)een said or done in the legislature ro, garding the Tillman-Ml.iu controversy. A Summer hotel, with an all year round attachiment odt to prove a profitable inistitut imn in Pickens. Whv not ONE week c: ccntinuous rain without the proverbial "sunshime on Saturday " was last week's record-to say nothing of the roads You may travel from the court house to any point in Picken county, yet you will ne-lver los sight of that one long, continuou mudshol-2. W. J. TiXLHEl V :9 on- of thn promising ...

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 February 1902

The People's Journal. NOTICE. Obituary notiee in this paper will be charge( for at the rate of ono cent a word for all such matter running over 100 words. Correspondents are enjolied to send In their conu)mileations so as to reach this oflice not; later thlan Hattr-day. Correspondents are requested to make their contributions of general interest, short, poited and giving all the news. No poetry need be sent for publicatiio. The price of this paper is 81.00 per year in ad vance. Address all matter Intended for t his offce tm~ T1HE PEOPLE'S JOUItNAL, Pickens, S. C, Local and Personal. -Dr W. F. Austin will be in Easley Feb. 11. and 12. -Born, unto Mr. and Mrs. Mel ville Holder, on the 1st. inst, a daughter. -A. C. Heelth, of th3e Hoath Bruce-Morrow Company, visited Pickons on business last week. -Examinations for teachers' certificates will be held at the Court House Friday, February 21. -The bill introduced by R ep resentativo tobinson to p lace Pickens on a cash basis will soon beco...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 6 February 1902

The People's Journal. PICKENS- S. C. IMI ARP TAIKS OF R. E. LEE. He Met the General on Two Oc casions During the Civil War and Was Imnpressed With His Granduer. Atlanta Constitution. " Duty is the sublimiest word in our language." That is what General Lee wrote to his son soon after General Scott offered him the supreme com mand -A the Northern army. Virginia had just seceded and Lee saw on one side that there were no honors to which he might not aspire. On the other side, if he cast his destiny with that of his State, he saw, or he thought he saw, that miseries and trials awaited him without number. But to seek his duty and, having found it, it was ever the principle of his actions. These strong and beautiful words about dlty' were not original with General Lee, and in his letter he has them in quota tion marks. The expressioi came from Rev. John Davenport, a famois Purli tan preacher of New Eing-iat'l-and it man who gave shelter to the thrzee reg gicides who condemne(ied Charh lI ...

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 February 1902

THE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL VOL 12.-NO. 3 PICKENS. S. C., THURSDAY FEBRUARY , 102. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. THE HOUSE KILLED CHILD LABOR BIL1 The Majority Against the Measur Was EKxceedingly Narrow. The following gives the proceeding in the House wheu the bill to prohibi child lIbor in the cotton mills was dc feated: The child labor bill did not come i until a quarter to twelve. The ques Lion was " Shall the bill pass secon< readig, and be ordered to a Child?" Mr. Ashley made the first speech 01 the question. Is it right, Ie asked, t< say that men are not competent 01 should not control their own families" There is another question. The rent. ers in the country, a lot of theln couldn't making a living on the farim and they moved to a Lown to work it the factories and make a living and pay) their debts. Is it right to say to them that their children shall not wol k in the mills? There are in the mills in Anderson people who are as good a, any member of this House. Tle prin. ciple of this bi...

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 February 1902

The People's Journal. 'UILISHEID wEEK [Y. T. J. MAULDIN, EDITon. W. L. MATHENY, Uus. Mon. Eutered at the Post Oico at Pickons as socon -cl matter. Subsicription, $1.00 a Year. THlURS DA Y. FE ll, 13, 1902. It- PickOns people aro propared and want to earn a few dollars through the dull summer months, let them begin now to advertise to that end and take boarders. lv the legislature enacts a gooi and sufficient road law, the pOople in the upper part of the state and in Pickens County especially, may feel disposed to be sparing in eriti cism as to other matters. TFm "child labor bill'' dovhpdt somo good speech o P, f t r. a nI d agailst, its provisions but tOc leg islnturo decided '. that the pareints aIr the guardias. of theI r oIn chidren. TmF. S outh Ca:,. lina gi la~iturte has been enziiy is a~ ret urn of . in pliment for the han1dS in' appr priatin maale in Lehalf .: th. Charleton ixposi t n i. a re ride and a gneral y I it . ce pt ion. T~il 1.: tte 1 - a arv '. n ' :- a (usjd, i u...

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 February 1902

The People's Jouril. N OTICIA-C. Obitiauy noll e in tik paper wvill bll chargold for at the rate of --e . 1 -. for all Iuch nitter runing over 1 Words.I Correspolents are enioied l0 send In thelir comnl uliti i3a;on1S !0 a1 to I l this oflice hot. later 11-11) n H litri v. C(orreol enu . a re ree pm-t ed I (nk thei ctrv 131ibi n II f H l. r: iwen , Short, polint a1d givin :lI th ne 'Pi.'h* prie (if t his paiper ks .31.00 1e a in wvwe .A d a all m11 tAr-. i ,nteinflod for I I:'. office to.: 1. T''11 Pl'CO Pl,.'%S . I 'i.NA. i Local and Personal. -Born unto Mr. and Mrs E, F. Keith, JAn), .10. it daughter. -A. few buishe1 of fino seed irish potatoes at M r. Cureton. -A full line of Valentive- vt Mrs Curetons. -Dr W. F. .'t-t in willI 1-o Picken FO) 18th a 11 9th. --1ohn L. ThornI1 -y I-, .'0 traveling it, smolineiI1 I (eorgin.' rei.emits 111') iego 1"-rt1 -H1oldclr & IPolbbwon wish notify the puibl I i they will. buy anly mloro d.-.g w >Odt timb..;- Z, ter this week. -T. J. Ma%*...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 13 February 1902

The People's Journal. , F'ICKENS S C. noW JURIVB ARE SELECTED et The Text of the New Jury Law- aI Of Interest to Every Citizen ot t1 the State. 10 ile 1 te fu-l text of the jury law ju: t Cf3I'. Y IK ture, -hich I pv v Governor. and sf every c unt Scee 1. the c' ' the ee -. *. - . coun~ of a., I . *.. 1 *. thawn (counIty taiht er, the 4,o4 y and1( the 4b-1k of Ii 'th iort of ;,14 at jury HIndi he ebarse w7 jith ai anon01 of an~ything~ ill tihM Mitioni coni )lned1 utii a itverthet shall bie found Ar ai1 mistri'd oirdered in auch case, im nediately atler such petit, jurors atre fdrawn the clerk of the court of comi. - 11ff1n pleas8 shll issehis 1wr liti of venlire t..facias for such3 petit jur~ors, requlir'ing '1cir attend~anlce on the Iirst dlay 0f the WNi for which they have beeni drawn; a id the said writ of vcuire fawias shall priu 3 forthwith delivered to the sheriff of copi ic county: Provided, That in case cler] iy term of court is to be held within coui ss than 20 days after t...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 20 February 1902

THE EOP 'S JOU VoL ~12.-NO. 4. PICKSNS, S. C., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20 ~~ .........., 192. ON no IAD A vUAD44 THIS ANTI-TRUST L,GXILATION The House Bill to Prohibit the Formation of Trusts and Mono polies. The bill introduced by Mr. V. J. Johnson to prohibit the formation of trusts and monopolies in this State, and which is a copy of the Ilogg law in Texas, came up for discussion in the House, and a motion was made to strike out the enacting words, which was afterwards withdrawn. In order to reach a test vote, the motion to strike out the enacting words was re nowed and the previous question was called, which forced a vote to be taken. ihe House refused to strike out the enacting words by a vote of 84 to 34, and the bill was left for further con sideration. The discussion was re portcd as follows Mr. Johnson, who Was the first to speak upon the bill, said that it, had t been shown by the special report of a the attorney general that the present C anti trust laws are practicalhy inIeff...

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 February 1902

The People's Journal PUBLSIuD WEEKEN. T. J. MAULDIN, EDrron. W. L. MATHENY, Bus. Man. Rutered at the Post Office at Pickens i second-class matter. Subscription, $1.00 a "Year. THURSDAY. FEB, 20. 1902. HON. GROGE E. PRINCE, of An derson, is a candidate for Congre. from this district. 0 0 0 UNDER the bill, just becoming law, the third congressional die triot will remain as heretofore. 0 * 0 If there are people in your mid. deserving help, remember then substantially in these times of try ing weather. IT is quite probable that eaci county in this congressional dis trict will have a candidate in tho field in the coming campaign. WHAT we say about Piokoni county is without qualifleation If you want a good hom11e among good peorl, come and see, for tea ing is bE:ievmg. WiiiN the cpapaign kope:.s in g"C' earnest, a ::t.e 'ater :n the season there w'. bve let t alskau Z'. abut ud a g ;i . of the harC *: __er . 2 r...~dv a 'b..u # 1. ,, .T .h ' iL t An nd tm remmbre :'lnen an- hm fello. That...

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 February 1902

The People's Journ MARKET REPORT. Corrected weekly by the Heath, B Morrow Co. PRODUCE. Cotton.......... ............. Ch [eken @--H ens............ Fryers....................................121t Bfutter........ ............... Beeswax.................................... Hams....................... NOTIC, Obituary notice in this paper wil charged for at the rate of one cent t i for all suoh matter running over words. Correspondents are enjoined to i in their communleations so as to r tilis oflee not later than Satnrday. Courespondents are requested to n their contributions of general inte short, pointed and giving all the new No poetry need be sent for publical The price of this paper Is $1.00 per in advance. Addrqs all matter intended for Office to: THE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL, Pickens, S. THURSDAY, FEB. 20, 1902. Local and Personal. -Rend notice of Town Olerk to town taxes. -Court convened in Abbey Monday, 17th. -Dr. W. F. Austin will be Easley, Feb. 25 and 26. -Snow fourteen inches deep ...

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 February 1902

The People's Journal. PICKENS S. C. BILL ARP HAS HAD TH1E GRIP. He ig Busy Taking Medicine and Sneezing--Waiting for the Spring Tinie. Atilantil ('otnstn "tilon. it I knew iiin well, Iloratio. A man of infinite jest tn(d most excellent fancy." It hias beien years sinice I met my friend, Mark fl3anford. I see by the press tispateles that he is (ead-(ie( in Columbus hiast week. It grieved me for a ti, althoIlh he wiis 01(l en1ough to lie. Eighty yes is a gOO( olI age if the nMnIi is Iool. Every time one of these old tlees falls it shocks me. Gecrge liarne die( not long ago in Augiista, tIl I was grieved, for 1 loved him anli I n1 1 Ilconscious.y whis pered, " Nex:" Only t hree o' is left of the senate (f I . 'I'herc were forty-four, but tle (,I reaper h is cut (oW l all but our C'iicf .1ustice Sill 1lons1, our 0chall ain, ro(ith!er Yar brough, a( ImyeIf -and I am sick ]3tut I was4 tumtinating-' aboult .ludg1e Blanford-me1n ca. 'Il hima .Alrk--we who knew him bcst . le was, as llam1 le...

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 February 1902

THE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL VOL 12.-NO. 5. PICKENS. S. C., TIIURSDAY 02 THU YONE r A EBvRA BII41 ARP FIMmING BWATTA'R. His Experience as a Grip Patient --Taking Medicine by the Clock. Atlanta Constitution. This is a bright and blessed morn ing. I feel better-a good deal better. Think I will write a verse or two of poetry. If a sick man has good sur roundings it beats medicine. Good, cheerful company to call and not stay long--go(1 children to sympathizO and watch the clock for nedicine time, good grandchildren to come and kiss you and go to and from and talk and make a noise; a good wife to scold you and tell how imprudent yov have been, and a good doctor to look at your tongue and choke you with a spoon handle so as to see away down the esophagus. But nature has the best of medicnes stowed away in the blessed sunshine that give life and vigor to everything animal and vegetable and revives the drooping spirits of the sick.- It has been a long and hard winter-the coldeit and n t disagreeabl...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
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