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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 3 April 1902

The People's Journal. PUBLISHED WEEKY. T. 3. MAULPIN, - - - Editor. W. LFsLIE MATHENY, -- Bus. Mgr. Zntere4at the Post Ofioe at Pickens as second-class matter. Subs1cript on, $1.00. Year. THURSDAY, APR. 3. 1902. Last Friday was "Good Friday" but the weather didn't seem to know it. ' Havo you been to the Exposi tion yet? The railroads are doing their part to make the fair a sue Coss. The amount of actual farming done since the fifteenth of March is something to marvel at. The people aro going at the business in oarnest. When the crops are planted there will be a little broathing spell in which to think a little about what an enormous ,crop of candidates this year will produco. The way the people crowdod the Treasurer's omc Inat Monidny --M last day for t.he payment of taxes -was a caution. It was a fitting instance of the danger of procras - tination, and yet not all the people have paid thoir taxes. When good weather prevails at this season, every plow that can be made to run is mov...

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. — 3 April 1902

MARKET REPORT. Corrected weekly by the Heath, Bruc Morrow Co. PRODUCE. Cotton. ...............8.4 Eggs... .............................. Chickens-Hen ................... 2 Fryers.................... 12 to 2 hntter........ .................12 lleeswax........... .............2 Hams....... .. .......... .... . ...... 1 NOTICE. Obituary notice in this pa per will b charged for at the rate of one cent a wort for all stich matter running over 10( words. Correspondents are enjoined to sen< In their connaunications so iis to reael this office not laiter than Saturday. Correspondents are reqested to mak< their contributions of genera.l interest short, pointed and giving all the news. No poetry need be sont for ptblication The price of this paper is 41.00 per yenr In ad Vance. Addr ss all matter intended for thh office tn: THE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL, Pickenus S. U, THURSDAY, APRIL, 3, 1902. Local and Personal. -March came in liko a lamb and went out like a lion this time. -Mrs. G. W. Earle h...

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. — 3 April 1902

The People's Journal. PICKENS S. C. ,.COAlS OF FIRE.. The night wias closing down over the hills of San Francisco. It, was cold and the biting wind whirled down the lighted paveient of Market street and blew the rags of smoke--only one could not see that-from the face of tle waxing moo which began to flare faintly ab'ove the myriads of colored lights. BlitTkImS turned up his coat collar and thliruiSt his hanid', into his pockets, and betl forward at an angle against the wind. le walked swiftly, reek )ecsjh. never feeling it as he roughly isled passerby after passerby, nor heeding the h.ard glances that were di reed at him liby tle disgruntled ones. His brainI was in a whizl. Ile was conscions of a thim desire to get among It was the tumul11t withlin hliml callng for respoonse in his environment. Eiummb. e liarrington had just re f1usei hm. It wNas 101 tle first tilie. b t ws vast.y ditfertnt from the *'.0: tinmes. &i0: this oce:1sion 1 ha1d beenb11e li uiponl him that she me '.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. — 10 April 1902

THE__IPEOP LOE S_ JORAL_ VO 1 N,. 1PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, A1PRIL 1,10 When I came to Boston as a studi two years ago, I little expected to living on Beacon street at the end my course. My sojourn in Now Ei land began very modestly. My ro had been arranged for before I I home, and I had consented to share with some unknown young woman, order to lessen expenses. For wee that individual occupied my mind the almost entire exclusion of ever thing else. I conceived of her as e ample of every type common to V human race and then as a composi personage typical of nothing. ( course, she would be a Nortlerner, at I felt in my Southern soul that n provincialisms would get the disciplii they needed. " Miss Latham, this is your ne roommate, Miss Courtenay of Ball more." I am afraid I was a little nervous i I shook Miss Latham's hand, but thei was not the slightest trace of sel consciousness on her part. We wei Boon talking easily and naturally, an fifteen minutes of pleasant commoi places dis...

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. — 10 April 1902

The People's Journal PUBLTSVI1D WR Y T. J. MAULDIN, ---ditor. W. Lxeai MFATRuxx, Bs a Nntered at the Post Onlee at M us a second-class n1atter. Siuscripnioi, $1.00) n Year. TIMUSDAY. A1'11, 1k0.19. Everybody is at -work aut horses and mul s are paying t, some of the rest and teed they on joyod through the long winter. The Liberty Presbytorian ehurel is now suppliod by Rev. J. C, %hiv, formerly pastor at Piedmont ant Slabtown. The Liberty Presbyto rians are fortunate. Mr.E. mith Griffin has lathu ben givingattention to raising lH'l gian Hares. He Seems ilmpresse with their merit and his oxperi ments will tO watched with inter est. Graham flour is a thing n(ot Oi ly obtained in some quarters-that is flour of good quality-but Mr. J. M. Cloments knows how to make it and is ofton requosted to fill orders from a distance-evon as far off as Florida. Spring meetings and sinaing as sociations will soon have the right of way. It iB a happy fortune that our people are imoved with high desires ...

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. — 10 April 1902

The People's -Journal. TIIUR8DAY, APR1L 10 1902. for soveral years used it as a ter minal point where engines and crews were changed daily. This, of course, brought the families of ma11ny of the railroad operatives and the town grow rapidly and mn uch bUsi ness was transacted. Tho terminal was changed to (roonvillo some years since, but Certral is still a good town, with lots of good people where a good volume of business is done every year. The sIIrrounding country is very prodUativo, and farmers have brought ill) their lands to a high state of cultivation. Messrs Gaines & 4assaway Bros. at Coll. tral doibtless are the largest deal- t ers in stock and cattle in Pickons (ounilty, while they, with other upI to-date merchants, do large vol tunes of business in sulplying the t nee of Central people and the I surrounding country. About t six milos, or barely so far, I to the souitliwest of Central, is Cal- I hounl, the railway station on the t 8>uthern Railwav established as a re...

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. — 10 April 1902

ROAD 1MPROVM1!IEN Ecorlornical Met1ods 'I'l of E'X) The following article was pub. lished In a recent number of the Engincering News, and is from the pen of Mr. Chas. 11. Scott, of Elkins, W. Va. It appears In our columns by special permis 8on, and the accompanying cuts arc used as illustrations of the description given of the road, which will be found helpful to a b e t t e r understanding of the writer's meaning. Readers who are inter ble to study the article, as it is adapted to is not theoretical. While enjoying a vacation a few years ago, the writer was for a short time em ployed as Supervisor of Public loads for Warren Co., N. C. A road law specially enacted for the county had abolished entirely the old plan of ''call. ing out the hands " to do free work on the roads, substituting therefor a tax on poll and property. This tax wats vey small, netting not t'.lite -$ 1,000 per an nun during the two years of my service. There were about :-'6 miles of roads to be cared for in a ter...

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. — 17 April 1902

) 6 THE PEOPLE'S JOURNA VOL 12.-NO. 12. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, AP~RIL 17, 1Q02 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR PRESIDENT ROOSEVE Great Crowds Greet Tribute To The Sout Presentation of Swor The welcome to the President of the United States in the Queen City of the South was not only notable for the royal entertainment by a most gener ous host, but for the gracious and be coming utterances of the distinguished guest. The Presidential party was met at Summerville by the special commit tee, headed by Mayor Smyth, who were invited aboard the special train, which in a short time reached a station fIve miles north of Charleston, where trolley cars were in waiting to speed the guests to Chicora Park, near the site of the naval station soon to be built, where the revenue cutter Algonquin was lying at the wharf. The President, the con mittee and their other guests went through the park while salutes were being fired in honor of their arrival, and then boarded the revenue cutter for a sail down the river...

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. — 17 April 1902

The People's Journal. PUBLSmIrs WEEL-:-lY. T. J. MEN, - - -. Klitor. WL-srai M-ATHEY Mis 111- r Jitered at tho Post Orithe nt Pickens am second-clasm Matter. Sa1h eripuiwo. $1.0.) :1 , en-. Tmt;SDikY. A1l'I. 17. 1m):2. WADE II.hPTON. Wado lIiamllpton, tIhe idel Sold ir, the ta) Uteslianl who Scrl'(d I South Carolir.a wwn she nieded a Iead'r most of all tim4-s, tho gen, tlemiiani who alIv:lv properly re presented the clivalrP1y of hisi sitate, is dead. Th story' of his life is history inl South Carolina, 11141 t he n)ws of his )ath C1'ris1c orr w to every-. hou1sehlold inl th16 0,1... I111 ied at his hIom4, in Con i onl (lhe iornling" -f A pril I I ill h, !. h1om4e4 built and prese:.'ed to hi: 1 tllh 1)ople of , South Cr1n 1 testllimomal o f t I anI aI Cognit ion t i th- days whenl M led hlim, andI hl", wv) w laid at hlk r. altair :nh h! - . 1 o - 111:11 d tun41iy toI h4)jVly ~ ' ga Ie his 1 n1 - .11 - tribute ttte, r. t doml ht, so cr, y < v ears ld . v- iI' WI ' ') veri lt,11(4"...

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. — 17 April 1902

THURSDAY, APRIL 17 1902. Local and Personal. -Read calls of Presidents demo cratic clubs. -See call of W. T. O'Dell, coun. ty chairman. -E. Foster Keith announces for Auditor this week. -Mrs. B. Craig Baker is quite sick with Inmoniiiiia. -Mr.-G. I. Hendricks announ ces for Treassurer this week. -Dr. \W. F. Austin, Dentist, (vill be in Easloy, Apr. 22 and 23. -Rev. B. Holder will preach at Secona church noxt Sunday at 3 o'clock ). Iml. -Quarterly Conforence for North Pickens eircuit will be held Friday 18. Some very (ine pigs one month old for sale $2.50 onch. I vy M. Mauldin. -W. A. Christopher son of ox. Auditor, N. A. Christopher, if as sisting Treasuror Chapman. -E. G. McAdamis, a successful young attorney of Anderson, was in Pickens Tuesday on profession al )usiess. -.J. Douglas Jonkins, attorney, went over to Greenville Monday to look after his cases in the IJnited States Court. -We print this week the consti tution of tho domocratic party of South Caroliia which might be rea(...

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. — 17 April 1902

The People's Journal. PICKENS- S. C. A FII)RI?A 1 TI r I TO G FN. J HCNNINS. Griphic Description of' itie Bilt tice of tile Witlder-ss Whe-re Ili.' Waus Killed. Il r. T. It. Lackie, of Detroit, Mich., who was an ollicer in tle f amous Six teenth l ichigan regiment, writes to the Atlanta Jotrna a1 correction of the StatCmen11t going 11the rounds that Gen. AMicah Jenkills wis killed at (;ettysburg, and gives in tietail the cir cilstan1ics conliected with lis death in the batt:e of the Wildiness on the (;th of M1ay, I 1- to which is addedi a glowing tribute to (;eli. Jenkins from the pen ol this allant Federal officer: The circlumtalnCes ConncMtCed with the death of that. very distingished ollicer were as follows: All day the 5th and until about 10 a. Im. the ith. ;ciier.l A. P. Il ill's corps had been conitending against vasitly superior ninnbiiihers of Federal troops. Ot the fatal toornin g of the 5th Hlancock had advaliced his corps on liIR's position, and forced the latter almost b...

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. — 24 April 1902

HE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL VOL 12-NO. 13 PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 0 oA THE BURIAL TWENTY THOUSAND The Funeral Ceremoi Uniostent VETERANS FILL THE GRAVE Sunday afternoon, April 13th, 1902, the mortal remains of Gen. Wade Hampton were laid to rest in the beau tiful old cemetery at Trinity church, in sight of the capitol building on whose steps he stood more than a quarter of a century alo and spoke words of pacifl cation to an angered crowd of his fel lo*-citizens, who felt that their rights were being trampled upon, advising that the peace be preserved and that retaliation for wrongs be put aside. It was an occasion the like of which hhs never been witnessed in South Carolina until now. Simple, unosten tatious, without display of any kind, it was in accord with the wishes of the dead hero and patriot that he should be laid away, not with outward demon strations that too often are meaning loss, but in the beautiful simplicity which rises to grandeur when the hearts of the people a...

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. — 24 April 1902

The .People's Journal PUBLISH[ED WV111KIxY, T. J. MAUrtmN, - -- -Editor. W. LTmLIE 1ATJENY, - 1u1. Mgr JCntored at the Post Olco at Pckons a second-class niatter. (ub eripuo, $1.00 a Yea.1' T1I UlSDAY, APRlI. 24. 1902. Pickons county is increasing ir wealth and pol)ulatio11 at a good] rato. Every good citizOn wants t( help the movement. of progres: . Then ,0L OvCrbody do coime pographical errors will croop in ait stand out consleIuously el-. ougli after the work is don, l.1 it the substanco is what we are aftor imowt, yet we wiait, to ho. correct. * *X -A The 1)oitical ever is ri ing ani 'hot tiims" will como along inl due season. The whole sunimer will hear of tho candidate anil s e him and feel him. ; * * Judginag by the artickhs appear ing it tls paper, it appears that the peCopl)!e of, Pickens couity ark, doing something- in thle way of od. ication. Th'ltis alglirs well for the fu ltre. BISsevelt s visit to Char-leston' anl the Exposit ion was one con1 tmultus OValtion. Thlis sh...

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. — 24 April 1902

A BEAUTIFUL PLACE to Visil Thornleys Pharmacy Pickens, S. C. Soda Water Fountain Ir Full Blast. Every drink known to the trade, served. DRUGS OF ALL KINDS, Special line Base Ball Sup plies, at all prices. PASSE-PORTRAIT. For framing pictures, and all things needed to go with it. Special line stationery, visit. 'ing cards &c., at reduced price, and of best quality. TOILET ARTICLES. Of all kinds for summer trade. Toilet Soaps, Tooth Brushes, Combs, Brushes. ALSO. Big Line Patent Medicines Spectacles and, cases, Powder Pufts. Toilet Ammonia For Champooning. FINE CANDIES. Everything kept in an up-to date drug store. THORNLEY'S Pharmacy. B. K. THORNLEY, Proprietor Shoe Shop. Shoes mado and repaired with promptness. Best quality of work guaranteed. Leave your work at my shop over John F. Harris store. Main street. Charles H. Tolbert, Pickens S. C. DRUG -:- STORE 'THE PUPEST AND BEST DRUGS ARE NONE TOO GOOD FOR THE SICK. WE USE 'HE PU REST 03TAINA B3LE IN OUR PRESCRIP TION DEPARTMENT. ...

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. — 24 April 1902

The People's Jourmo PUIISI[ED I.VEIY, -- T. J. MAULDIN, - - - Editor. W. LIMSI- MA'rihlHNY', - Btus. l Hnteredl at the P'ost Ofilce at Pic'konai second-elass mnatter. Su-criptilon. $1.00 a Year. Il U RSDA Y, A1Pi1. '-), 1902. We print below Some clilings fr the i.eowee Courier undu date October 1,85, some of which inay be of interest our people to-day. The election returns plinted in this iss show at total Vote, inlcluding.. what Is II Oconce aild Piel- ties, of only 14Y This ia ' Ist election votes weie r just ended t 1u11 of inen. I Nrr'II>SrmA-rl1s SEcNA-tolaS. In lditioll 14) the 1111my selections for lice that iis :"lr(e1y been Made, the 8; Legisiature will be called on to elect t United SlateS Seallitors. Gov. PItrjty, it conIcelded I)n all hand1111s, will be one of two. lion. W. W. Bool, of Fairfield, also favorably spokell of in conneet with tile other seat- It behooves us, tlis extieity, to select. our best, wist and most (4onsidelrIte statesmen to rep cut us in the Cong...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 24 April 1902

GRAND SPRING OPENING -OF EVERYTHING NEW AND UP-T0-DATE. CLOTHINGy SH0ES HATS and FURNISHINGS at Smith & Bristow's, Greenville, S. C. Our stock was never in better condition, having disposed of most of last season's goods after the fire, and we are show ing today the newest and cleanest stock inl upiper Southi Caro lina. Goods guaranteed as rel)resented or money refundtic led. Mail orders receive prompt attention. Ternms, CASH. One Price to Everybody. Main Street, Greenville, S. C. THE BEE HIVE Z Greenville's Leading Store Buying and Selling More Dry Goods than any Three Stores in the City. CLOT HIN G \Ve are exclusive agents for Strause & Iro's I ligh Art Clothing, recognized as the best made, (-sL in Clt'l hing in America. \Ve carry all grades. M.en's Suit; 4oim '-,,(o to $15.00; Boys' three piece Suits $2.50 to xui: ChMIuren's tw< piece Suits 50 cents to $6.oo. We guaranmtee to ave you fron 1o to 25 per cent. on any suit you buy from us. IISHOEII SHOES !5SH5ES < We c...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 24 April 1902

AM aEEswasI( NMp4:gETV. 1he (hIest Working Society of Farm cis iII Aariela. W(iclmsol College Chrionlicle. I In loodig up lt history of fll-ers' SOCietiesi ill this n r (Ihe. firt ust was the Pilellphlia, whlich wasi organlized before the Iese t CIltil.y , Ir lie nxt on IC ;1.rd was fm 111(4 at Peralletonl, S. C., inl 1 15. Now, for a long time it was thoighl that t'e Stouth ( 'arolina Socicty at ('lilileston . C, was tle next oldest socie(y to the mne at 'libidelplia, but whl e ow thild that the old Southelrnl F-armer, pulishetd by .llhn Skimicr i4 Baltiir e. lit IS. that on Ili mIjtl of* .little 1l.:t yvar (171 .) Me South ('aroilina A.-rieuittri al Society latilled its e inStitiin41 44444 : iCl d th' f411owyiig 4111. vers. P1.residtItl, C;en. \William It. D~avie: Vice Pres-Adidens, Col. Frncis K, Iluiger, Col.,.1hn Taylor. (-1. Jcii J. Chappel, (ol. WVI t:tont ad tt1hrve Years be. fore the Sth CarIina Society wls formed in tile year M-75. lte l'endleton 1armecrs' Society was fome...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 24 April 1902

to's Journal THURSDAY, APRIL 24 1902. Local and Personal. -Wmn. J. Stribling, of Walhalla announces for Congress this week. -Frank Jennings is in Alaba. ma and has a good posilition on a construction train. -This is the big week in Dal. ias. MaAy people went from thih section to the re-union. -Come to the Singing Conven. tion at Bethlehem, Sunday 27th Bring dinner and spend the day. -Miss Essio Finley, a charming young lady of Stewart, visited Miss Bertha Bridges,of Pickenslast week. -Rook & Rye-the best and cheapest tobacco on the market. Call and exam in& it .at Bridges & Hammonds. -L. B. Gravely and their son, Isaac Gravely, were among the people who left here Friday for the Dsllas reunion. -James N. Smith of Charlotte, N. C., spent several days visiting relatives and friends in Pickens county, this and last week. -Beginning next Sunday, Rev. T. H. Medd will preach twice ouch month at the Pickens Presbyterian church-the morning and evening of each fourth Sunday. -W. T...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 24 April 1902

...IFELX. Six o'clock! And as the mill bell an nounced the fact the whir and clang of machinery died away and was suc ceeded by the shouts of small boys who came troopig from the doors of the great factory. Soon a wide stream of humanity was surging toward the en trance gates. Following the boys camne the young men with long strides, and after them the women and girls an(1 great mass of operatives, and, lastly, hobbling along with the aid o1 canes, the veterans of the mill-men and womu who had almost outlived their usefulness, but who were still kept on the payroll of the company. A few minutes and the smoke hov ering over the red chimney lost itself in the clouds, the night watchman camte out with his lantern, the gates wore closed, and another day's work Was finished. For all but the bookeeper. In his ollice he still bent over long columns of figures. Up and down, up and down his lingers moved until at last he raised his[ head wearily. It was too dark to see. Taking his hat from 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. — 1 May 1902

4 - d / I THE PEoPLES JOUR VOL 12.-NO. 14. PICKENS. S. C., THURSDAY, MAY 1, 2 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR NUENATOR TILL4MAN'S His Defence Agains Canditlates Should be Pledged The political meeting at Manning was not characterized by any sensa tional event, and Senator Tillman's' speech was not extreme or denuncia tory as many had expected. The rev elations al-out whiskey rebates on the part of Appelt did not amount to any thing, and Senator Tillman's failure to bring any proof of McLaurin's party treachery was equally disappointing to the audience and the public. Mr. Appelt announced that he was satisfied with the explanation he had received from Tillman as to the re bates, but insisted that he was in the Democratic party and would always re main a Democrat, and that his whole fight was to keep the party as it now stands. There were about twelve or fifteen hundred people present, and as might have been expected, Tillman had a hand primary and the result was almost unanimous in his favor. At t...

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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