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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 27 February 1902

The People's Journal PUBLISIf ED WEEKLY. T. J. MA ULDIN, .Em'Ton. W. L. MATHENY, Bus. Mon. Entered at the Post Office at Pickens ai second-class imatter. Subscriptionl, $1.00 a Year. 1'IlU I)AY. FIIN, 27. 1902. Fon weather, this February leade all the months for many years. Wellington of Maryland has al so been adjudged in contempt of the Senate. Something seems to have broken looso in the senate. AT the session of the legislature just adjourned, some things have beci accomplished that are really meritorious and creditable to the law-niakers. I, you have a good article or want to write one for publication, send it in, just so it is c'ourteout and doesn't deal in hurttil person WHTIiI[,E tho politician." f1 talking about the caipaign (ues tions, the] farmers and homeio people are giving their attention to their own business. This is a hopeful sign. Ai.iL that Pickeis county neydg to lead to rapid developienit im more advertising-that kind in which the whole truth and only the truth i...

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 February 1902

-ple's Journal, MARKET REPORT. Corrected weekly by the Ieath, Bruce Morrow Co. 11'11ODUCB. Cotten. .8.. Co te ......... ...... ...............8.4 Chlckans-Hanp..... . .2 Fryers...................121 to 20 Butter.....................................1.......12 BQee wax.......................................2 Hams............. ....... NOTICE. Obituary notlee in this paper will be charghed for at the rate of one cent a word for all such matter running over 100 words. Correspondents are enjoined to send in their communleations so as to reach this office not later than Saturday. Correspondents are requested to make their contributions of general interest, short, pointed and giving all the news. No poetry need be sent for publication. The price of this paper Ws 01.00 per year in advance. Address all inatter litended for this of tice to: THE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL, Pickens, S. C. THURSDAY, FEB. 27, 1902. Local and Personal. -Dr W. F. Austin will be in Pickens Mar. 4th and 5th. -W. M. Hagood of Ea...

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 February 1902

The People's Journal. PICKENS- S. 0. The Minister's Christmas Present. The minister ot Deerwood was a conscientious mail; moreover, he was very much in earnest, Since his ar rival in their midst, nearly a year ago there were few in his congregation who had not felt the sympathetic touch of his large love. But there wis one to Whom Ilia heart went out in coger sympathy, yet for whom he felt that he hadi(1 done practically nothing. Blanch Mereton led the choir, taught in the Sunday school and helped in all church entertainments. She was a caihn, quiet girl with nothing beautiful about her save her eariest eyes and exquisite voice. Rtumor had it that a couple of years ago she had been not unsuccessfully wooet by the young lawyer over the way; that all estrange ient had come between them-one of those senseless things that spring from such trilles that the cause is last sight of in the effect. Itumor further stated that smnco those troublous times, Blanch had never been like her old self...

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 March 1902

THE PEOPLESs *O-N VPOL 12-NO 6 OL i.-NO 6.PICKEiNS, S. C., THURSD)AY, MARCH 6, 1902. -- - .- - ... . . 9 ~~ v w a THE NSW MISASURES REGULATING TRUSTS One Prohibits Combinations and the Other Provides Means to Secure Testimony in Alleged Violations. The Legislature had before it a num ber of measures proposing to regulate the " trusts." But two of these meas ures got through, and one of them was almost emasculated by the Senate. This was the W. J. Johnson bill, a copy of the Hogg anti-trust law on the Tcxas statute books. The Senate passed it after eliminating the affidavit required of corporations. This aflida vit is said to have been the one feature of the bill most objectionable to cor porations. The other measure which got through the Legislature was a bill introduced by Mr. DeB,uhl, and is a measure seeking to give the attorney general full power under which to proceed against the trusts. Two years ago the Legislature instructed the attorney genei'al to proceed to investigate th...

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 March 1902

The People's Joumal T. .MAULDIW, Emiyoa. W. L. MATEENT, Bus. Was. Matered ;t the Post OMos at Pickens am ' ecnd-oltas matter. - Subscription, $1.00 a-Year. THURSDAY. XAR. 6, 19i. Wrra the approaob " the pro pecty Wandidat ni hig way. . A. Tzw more rains like that 'o last Thursday and Thursday nigh will develop new. phase. of . th road question. Easley is going ahead trying t build that other factory, and th prospects are that it will be run ning before another Christmas. It strikes the average citizo that the least said about the incid ont in the U. S. Senate heroaftei the better. About all has beon sai that should be said, and more. Farmers are beginning to fe4 their patience tested ao they wai for the oponiing -of 'spring .ni good weather in which to begi work for the boat crop: in a deoad( For the accommodation of youn folk and old alike, some concerte action ought to 'be effected when by the roads will be )roporly vorl ed before the May meetings set in The velvet bean In not wit...

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 March 1902

The People's Jounial. MARKET REPORT. Corrected weekly by the Heath. Bruce Morroor Co. t PRODUOR. Cotten. . . ................. . . .8.40 e Eggs.. ........... ....... ..10 j Chickens-iens-...... ...............e... 20 Fryers .....121 to 20 Wutter................................12 Beeswax. ..., ......'................... ... 2 * Hams..... .... .... .. . .. 18 J NOTICE. Obituary notice in this paper will be charged for at the rate of one cent a word for all such matter running over 100 words. r Correspomdents are enjoined to send I In their eomunuileations so as to reach j this iofice not later than Saturday. d Cdrrespondests are requested to make 3 their contributions of general interest, 3 short, pointed and giving all the news. No poetry need be sent for Publication. b The price of this paper Is 1.00 per year in advance, Address all matter Intended for this effice to: A THE POPLE'g JOURNAL, fh Plckene, 8. C. , a THURSDAY, MAU. 6, 1902. Local and Personal. al -New subscribers are lis...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 6 March 1902

The People's Journal PICKILNS S C A KLU KLUX REMIlSCENCE gow Dr. J. Rufus Bratton waf Kiditapped at His Home in Can ada. Dr. 11. .). Massey, a former resident of South ('arolina, now living in At lanta. (Ga., was I comipallioln inl th (onfedcrate army with Dr. .1. Rufui Bratton, nlow deceased, of Yorkville S.C.,and revives the story of the kidnap ping cell-t that attracted much atten tion in the catly '70s, a case that, Vitli a little contrariness on the part 01 Gteneral (Grant, then president, imigh hive caused var between Eigland ali the United States. Dr. LMasb4y's story is as fo lows: Dr. J. Ri. Brattoi, formerly of York. Ville, S. C., is lnowi by his hosts o friends throulihout the South as Dr. -llufe liraut'n." Many years before the beiinn in (ft' the civil war, he had become a very popular physicialn anld eminent :-ur.:eon. And after the su pension of host-itics and the srrmciiler Of the ('on fedeit' forces, his ilnme had becomte fatnn iar in almost every Southern lious h i n...

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 March 1902

THE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL VOL 12.-NO. 7. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, MARCl 1, 1 Q02 SOUTH CAROLINA EXPOSITION. OUR WHALT11 IN MINERAL4S AND T1MllER. A Tulk With tle State GeCologist A)ott the Treastires in the Earth. Jas. A. Hoyt, Jr., in The State. The forestry of South Carolina and the State's geological resources are matters to which public attention has only recently been directed. Their importance is doubtless not yet fully 2 appreciated. In the South Carolina c building at the Exposition there are various exhibits of the timber wealth I of the State-nearly every county has something of the sort to show. But in I the centre of this building is the State a exhibit proper and the most interesting V parts of it, perhaps, are the timber and ( mineral displays. These were collected d and arranged by the very competent 11 State geologist, Mr. Earle Sloan, who ki is an enthusiast as well as an expert. c The timber exhibit embraces speci. il mens of the many native wooda-the a long-leaf pine,...

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 March 1902

The reople's Journal. rUBULrNID WMELY. T. 7. MAULDIN, .Emon. W. L. MATHENY, Bus. Mon. Entered at the Post Office at Pickens as second-olans matter. SutbscII)tioti, $1.00 a Year. THURSDAY, MAR. 13, 1902. 0. B. Martin, of Greenville, is a candidate for State Superinten dent of Education. The Charleston Exposition grows more attractive every day. The crowds are going and every one that goes comes back with true story that it is the best show over had in the southern states. Spring is coming on and before tho busy season opens, every one who can ought to take advantage of the o) portunity to see the historic old city of Charleston and the most complete exposition, in its flne, ever had. During ton recent snow, an eld erly man was attacked by a crowd of snow-balling boys. The man warned thom to desist but they be come more detormined and uider took to wallow him mtho snow.Heo drew his knife and sevorcly wound ed one of party. The man was prosented for aggravated assault and battery and 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. — 13 March 1902

The People's Journa MARKET REPORT. Corrected weekly by the Heath, Br Morrow Co. PRODUCE. Cotton...............................8 E ggs . .. ................... . ............ . Chick*na-llens...... ............ Fryers............................. . 121 to Butter...............................1 Beeswax.......................................... Hans......... ................ NOTICE. Obituary notue in this paper will charged for at the rate of one cent a we for all such matter running over I words. Correspondents are enjoined to set in their eomntiileations so as to rend this elice not later than Saturday. Correspondents are reqnested to inn their contributions of general intere short, pointed and giving all the news. No poetry need be sent for piblicatio The price of this paper Is $1.00 per ye in advance. Address all matter intended for ti Ofilce tA: THE PEOPLE'i JOURNAL, Pickens, S. C, THURSDAY, MAR. 13, 1902. Local and Personal. -Dr. W. F. Austin will be in Pici ens, March, 18th and ...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 13 March 1902

The PeoplW Jouna PICKENS- C C c ~~~SSnke. TeKng Snake. The ig The king snake hadl'] feasted to L1 8atisfictilon of his stomach upon tLi rate of Amos I-lderwood's barn, III had IiWICled out upoi the Village pay ment to sun himself. Village life w new to him. He realized that thei was a differelice between village pay i uts iid tihe sprintg house trail at M Wdlerwood's hliome inl the countri where Ie had been wont to take Ii mnorning baths of sunsihinc; but he (i not realize the fact that lie ight b Collie a terror to the villagers wil chanced to pass that way aIdi wit were un04ccltolied to miieetilig citizei of his order. But then he had mi( coic to town of his own free will. 11 was property. lie belotiged to Nil Eltderwood, along with the duck: glila, chicken, horses, Cattle ant dogs; and when it, was <h eided mi (1h 1.lderwood family that it was best t take a house in the village for a f% years, ;in order that the eihiren migni be sent to school, why13 tie king snak was carried ...

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 March 1902

IPE]EOPLE' SJUNL V 1.-NO. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, MAR 2 N OUR MANUFACTURING AND OTHER INDUSTRIES. Tie Progress Matle in South Carolina Dirilg Ten Years of Iln(liutstrial Activity. The revelations of the tenth census as shown by a bulletin just issued ought to provo interesting to every citizen of South. Carolina, for all are concerned in one way or another in the development of our manufacturing and mechanical industries. A valua ble compilation of these statistics and summary of comparisons has been made by the Columbia State, from which we make the following extracts: The manufacturing prosperity of the State in 1000 is shown by-the fact that while there were 7,930 active estah lishments with a capital of $70,050,299 there were only 58 idle ones, with a capital of $115,115. The eight leading industries of the State were cotton goods, fertilizers, flouring and grist mill products, lum- t her and timber products, planing mill products, including sash, doors and I blinds, cotton se...

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 March 1902

The People's Journal rUntLrSTI(D WOMLY, T.J.MAULDIN, Emroit. W. L. MATHENY, Bus. Man. Cntered at the Post Office at Pickens a second-class matter. Stibscription, $1.00 a Year. THURSDAY. MAIL. 20, 1902. John P. Altgeld, once Governor of the state of Illinois, and a pub lic man prominent in Democratic politics, is dead. * * * No'r half has yet been told about tho exposition. .l.You must go and see in order to understand and ap preciate it. WIAT has become of the move ment for a cotton mill at Pickens. We need one and can got it with a little concerted action. THE enterprising people of Pick ens might help themselves and tho town a little by planning and carry ing to a successful issue a "JPourth of July" celebration. A r the beginning of this year, don't buy too hastily or too much. Conservative buying and more than usual diligence will bring their good results next November. NouritNm; helps so well as a do termination to do, and the peoph of Pickens county have enough o: the lasting ...

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 March 1902

The People's Journal. M&KET REPO T. Corrected weekly by the Heath, Bruce Morrow Co. PRODUOE. &Otton..................................8.40' ,........................ .. ..101 cknh--Hens......................20 Fryers...... ................121 to 20 Butter....................... .1 *Beeswax,..............................26 ams........ '................131 NOTICE. Obituary notice in this paper will be charged for at the rate of one cent a vord for all such matter running over 100 a words. t Correspoadents are enjolned to send a In their eommunications so as to reach this office not later than Saturday. Correspondents are requested to make their contributions of general interest, short, pointed and giving all the news. No poetry need be sent for pumblication. The price of this paper la $1.00 per year 1 in advance. 1 Address all matter intended for this ofilce to: 8 TIE PEOPLE'S JOURNAT,, Pickens, S. C, THURSDAY, MAR. 20, 1902. d Ii Local and Personal. 2 Dr. W. F. Austin will bo ...

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 March 1902

The People's Journal. fl bvc W1 PICKENS S 0. w, li THE TWO TI MADELINES. h b3 4 If he loved us why did he leave gC us?" asked the child, with that logic tll which exists only in the unwarped cl minds of childr'ii-of all ages. cr Even harder to answer than that in- d( answerable question were the sincere W blue eyes raised with questioning look ll to her own; and Alice Newcoub, as if It' seeking an answerito give the trusting a child, whose head nestle( so lov ingly on her bosom, looked out of the window ats to the sunshine and the birds and all pu the pretty growing things and sought ti in vain for an answer. wi Why had he left thei? The ques- f. tion that had never left her mind by g night, or clay for five years; the harass- cl ing, stinging, burning question which ha it seemed to her was branded into her very soul. Her last thought each IM Iigtit, her first at dawn, haunting her ell dreams by night and her work by day, g never forgotten, always unanswerable: 8n " Why had lie left...

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 March 1902

N9 THE ]PEOPLdES*ORA VOL 12.-NO. 9. PICKENS. S. C., THURJ DAY, MARCl1 27, 02. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _O N E D O LLA R A Y E A R HOW THEY DIG PHOSPHATE. NIGi(tO LABOURIERS IN '1iII ROCK F 11lt 4 DS. A Winter's Day ait aln Old )eert.. edl Il'aintatiota llome a nll a Visit to the Ph1ostplate Rock Fields. Arthur James in Charleston Sunday News. The sunlight falls on a low cottage, whose ' tall white chimneys and ovemhanging red roof bring to mind a Dutch picture. The view from its vine-clad porch opens on one of the loveliest landscapes of the bSoutlland. There are no mountains, nor is there anly seal, only a fine sloping lawn sur rounded by avenuca of live oaks, which have numbered their centuries, and from whose widespread aris hang streaming pendants of grey moss. These trees, like sentinel , seem gulard ing the approach to a coloial mansion now ill rulis. In sunshinie and Shadow, in rain, in storm, or fair moonlight, these oaks are ever grand and bea...

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. — 27 March 1902

The People's Journa PUBLIISiD WIDEKLY, T. JT. MAULDIN, EDro. W. L. MATHENY, Bus. Mon. nterel at the Post Office at Pickens aeoond-class matter. Stibuberiptoni, $1.00 a Year. TIIURISDAY, MAR. 27, 1902. Thia week everybogy is gettih down to work with telling licks. .The n~w' Graud Jury starts the work fpr the year in a practici business way. Majr Micah Jonkins will be gi en a sword after all, and the Pre ident will make presentation. The last court added seven ab bodied 'hands to the road Iorc Better roads have encouragement. Columbia has just pasod throng a municipal comgaign in~ whic. F. S. Earle was re-olected nmayoi It whs decided by the director of the Belton Mills in meeting heh March 20th, to double the capac ity.. Anong the real "infant indust ries" ontitled to protection, tea i clamoring for its special share, And. why not? A womian it, Petereburg, Vi rgintf who for thirty-fivo vrs, passed 1 a man died recently,blit her secle did not die with her. 0 * * LY1iCe youribself it a...

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 March 1902

People's Journal MARKEI' REPORT. Corrected weekly by the Heath, Bruc 1orroov Co. PRODUOE. Cottn..........................8.4 Eggs. . ................ ............ .. Chlicke ns-llens..................... . .24 Fryers......................121 to 2( Butter. ...... .........................12 Bees wax............................. .24 Hams.. .......... ... . . . NOTICE. Obituary notie in this paper will be charged for at the rate of one cent a wor for all stich matter running over 10( words. Correspondents are enjoined to send in their comiunileatlons so as to reach this odillew not later than Saturday. Correspnidents are regnested to muke their contributions of general interest, short, pohited and giving all the news. No poetry need lie sent for pilication. The price of this paper Is 61.00 per year in advance. Address all matter intended for this offlce in: TilE PEOPLC'S JOURNAL, Pickens, S. C, THURSDAY, MAR. 27, 1902. Local and Personal. -As farming weather holds out, the towns are du...

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 March 1902

'The People's Journal. To FICKENS So de at A LOGGING l CAMP HERO. w n( Out in the Muskoka logging country bi a successful minister of the gospel tu must comply with a long list of re- n quirements. Hie must not only poo- f seas more book and spiritual knowledge n than his parisioners; he mubt know at 1N least enough about farming and log- h ging and the tanbark industry to dis- 0 cus these matters intelligently. Above F all, he must appear to believe that he ti knows nothing at all. 11 But when the Muskoka residents do (1 take a minister to their hearts they are h1 loath to lose sight of him; apt, also, tu to " take it out of" the man who suc- n ceds him, slightly. Which was the ti reason why Archer Gallupin, the young i1 man who assumed the spiritual care of about twenty-eight square miles of 1 territory when Providence and the ri Bishop saw lit to remirove good 01( b " Father" Andrews to Toronto, won- n dered why the Muskoka country po- r pe had been described to him as so ti hosp...

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. — 3 April 1902

E -EOPLES JOURNAL VOL 12.-NO. 10, PICKENS, S. C., THUJSDAY, APRIL , 102 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR WORLDS GREAT BENEFACTOR, THlE INVENTOR OF TIlE C"oTTON GIN. It Was H1olnics Not Whitney The ionor llelongs to ceorgii und Not Mussuculinsetts. Henry, P. Moore in Bunny South. The invention which produced the greatest revolution known to history in agriculture, in muanufactuies and in commerce was that of the cotton gin. The greatest stimulus to the world's progress was created by the cotton gin. England and the continent of Europe flourished under its influence as they had never flourished before; the wilds of America were transformed by it and a pathless wilderness became, as if by magic, fields of fruit ruliness, blooiiing gardens and populous cities that rival led the proudest capitals of the old world in wealth, power and iagnili. cence. The direct result of this siu ple machine was to rcn der acoiunodity hitherto but little utilized readily mer chantable and almost inl a twinkling it becam...

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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