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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 1 May 1902

The People's Journal PUBLISUIKD WEBK[1Y. T. J. MAULmDN, - - - Editor. W. Lswra MATHIENY, - Bus. Mgr, iCntered at the Post Ofico at Pickens am second-class matter. Subscriptlon, $1.00 i Year. T 1 UR 6 D A Y, MAY, 1, 1902. In the last issue of "The Educa tional" appears an interesting ar. tiole on the Child Labor question by Ellison A. Smyth, President of the Polzer Manufacturing Com. pany, in which he deals with the problem in a praotical and patri otic way. It should be 'generally read. The democratic county conven tion meets at the Court House Monday, May, 5th. On .Saturday last the various clubs are spl)posod to have met .and reorganized and elected dolegates to this convention in conformity with the party can Stitution. It is in order that a full attondance of these delegates he had on next Monday, since im portant business relative to the in. terest of the party is then to be transacted. Lot every delegato bo )reseilt or if circumstances prevent his personal attondance, lot him ...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 1 May 1902

The .People's J ournal. T1HURSUAY, MAY, 1,19. Local and Personal. -DPr. W. F. Austin, Dentist, will be in Easloy May (4h and 7th. -Dan't forgot that saleday an( County Convontion day is Alon (lay, May, 5. -Mr. Will E. Vinto and Capt. G. Cullen Sullivan, of Anderson, sient Sunday in Pickens. -N.Wanted att Bridges & Ilamir mond .100 pounds of butter. Highest market prico paid. -How sihrevdly tho manipua-i tors work it ! Cotton is a0b(ut line cents 118 the planters start their now crops. -])r. A. 13. Wtirdlaw, Dentist, is work ing at Eabley this week and can bo futn( at the Mountain V iew Hotel. -A Farmers institito will be hold at Clemson College during the month of August. Full details wvill be given later. Ran(lell MlcIwain (Col) charged with Petty lai ceny, was released last Tuesday on co.1(ition thint lIe leave the stAU. Ile left. -Dr. A. 13. Waidlaw, Dlontist, will bo in Liberty all of next, wuuk after Monday, Alay 5th. ( Iico at the Brown .Hotel. -Ed G. McDaniol will makehis...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 1 May 1902

THE 11suBR0 w1n4 Thie Relionl at .P-01 agolti: TruAN A 111UNDRlEMl TI Tihe 14th annu11al relunion of the Uited Confiderate Veterals associa tion begani at the ailitoriiil inl the Fair Grolilds1 adjaceit to the city of ])allas, Texas, on the 22nd of April. Tho grounds hiad been convertt'd ilmto a caillp named after Albert Sydney johnston, the dashing leader who fell at Shiloh, and tle tents were crowded to the limit on the first day. The great mess shed, sealing 12,000, was opened at 10 o'clock. An army of cooks and waiters worked like beavers, while the veterans, with a hunger born of a night In the opeil, did their best in an able manner to keep the cooks busy. Tea, coffee and milk by the barrels; beans, meat, hard tack and accessories by the wa-on load disappeared in iarvellous fashion. " The boys is eatini' as if tly'd lvee separated from the wagon train for about three days," is tile way one Louisianian pullt it. The convention was icopll led to open with General (;ordoui, tIle ...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 8 May 1902

THEP EOPLESJOURNA VOL 12.-NO. 15. PICKIENS, S. C., THURSDAY, MlAY 8, 1902. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR ~ ~ - - -9 T.11.10, TROU151-n AT CIU4MS The Soplioniore Cluss l4eivet tile College W'itl1 Synuipatily oI Other Cadets. The entire sophomore class of Clen son College has left tile institution and their course has been approvel by the senior and junior classes. Th cause of this action on the part of the StUdOnts Was the SUSpenIsiOn of Cadet E. A. Thoinwell, of Fort Mill, S. C., and when his class asked the taculty to reinstate him on the ground that a trivial offence only had been comi mited, the faculty refused to revise its action, which resulted in the class agreeing to leave at once. Only a few remained after this course was resolved upon, and they followed within a (lay or two, making a total of 74 cadets who joinled in this movement. Tihe faculty hel I a meeting after the students had left the canipus, anid at its close the following statement was given out by Col. Rt. W. Simpson, chair...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 8 May 1902

The People's Journal PUJLISHED wEEKLY. T. J. MAULIN, - - - Editor. W. jEsl1:i IATH ENY, - Bus. Mgr Eoutered at the Post oflice at Pickens at second-class mnatter. Sub11scrip14n1. $1.00 i year. TI HUR S 1) A Y, MAY, 8, 1902. A pull right away and a pull altogether would insure tho build ing of a cotton mill at Pickens help the town and country won derfully. * * * If you haven't been to the Ex position, go 110W. The mouth o May is Charleston's own holid, period, And besidos, the exposi tion is at its best. July "Fourth" will bo Friday a most aceoptablo (ay to ho sel apart for the festivities of our peo ple who will thol havo abou reached a point, in the season's work when they will feel liko taking some rolaxaction aid enjoying the novel pleasures such at) occasionl nnlight be made to bring to all. 0 * v It is just about this season overy year-the tillm when niearly a!l tihe cr'ops need vorking-that planters realize ti hey hayogenorally overcroppod their forces, and cn 1nt (10 full j ...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 8 May 1902

The People's Journal. THURSDAY, MAY, 8, 1902. Local and Personal. -The horse-trader was in ovi donice Monday, -Dr. W. F. Austin will be n Pickens May 13 & 14. -Several candidates make their annoullencemts this week. -Rev. T. 11. lodd filled his appointuent at Pickens Sunday. -Sunday, I Ith of May is service day at Six Mile and many people I are expeocting to go. -Ex Governor John Gary Evans has been in Pickens on business as Presiden t of the Pickens Railroad. -That was a goodly gathering at Oolenoy Sunday, it being tho regular servico day at that church. -Clemson College boys are pretty luch ill ovideneo since the i general walk out, April 29. -'The Pickons (Grided School children will pieni soon. All looK forward to a ploasant day. -Col. J. E. Hagood and daugh- I ter Miss Frances, caine up from I Charleston last week, returning i Monday. -Rev. J. E. Foster filled his regular appointment at Secona Sunday, preachiig to large con gregations. -Couity Conmissioners did soime hard w...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 8 May 1902

The People's Joumna PICKENS S. C "I CC 61 c'.;111 c01m11 iften. In rural Teinlesec, tho boy wilh has required the rCputationi of " hal wit" mu8t spnd nearly all the rest o his life inl living it down. Childrei are taught to be shy of him and oh womlell have been known to forbid hml the premises, lest by iis mere presenc he miglit addle all hI le goose eggs an our all the milk. It makes no differ eine what the boy ny 11 say; learlilg from his mouth10 takes the sound of idiotiC jlr"Igon, anlid 13' inltell(ctuaR quality on his part is attributed to 1 triek of the evil one. There, for in galice, Was Sam Tiucke'. III the log school house he had ieve b eei a eased of being d1111. Ile had mastered his arithmlet ie aind -uccessfully' thunihed his Caesar, ad studied he English poets till le reciled themtU il in ls slep but the blight ftell upon1 1im. 1m 11 ulia ire wa.s d retily 11il11 illvettive To himt thet- souind of thet sleevt fallin,: o11 11144 dry lemel4t4 Was Litti weetv"4 id m1 usic...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 15 May 1902

THE PEOPLE'S JOURN OL 12-NO. 16. PICKENS. S. C-, THURSDAY, MAY 15, 1o2. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR FROM A FEDERAL SOLDIER. "II AMPTON, TI'll PiCIR LHISSS A Splek(li Tribute Fron n Nortliern Eklitor - Inteict aing; P'ersonini Reniniscenices. Col. A. K. % cilure in Philadelphia Record. The recent death of Wade Hampton, of South Carolina, removes one of the notable characters of the last half century. I n the fierce sectional discussions which were precipitated for some years before the civil war Hampton took no part. While he loved the South and had all the pride of its noblest blood, he was not an ngitatur, and earnestly and sincerely deplored secessions and civil war. Ile was reared in the school that knew only obedience to the sov ereiguty of the State. The pride of the South Carolinian had taught him that his was the noblest and grandest of all the Comnonwealths-an empire by courtesy called a State. The scv- I ereignty of the State had been taught I in his mother's lap, in every school lie...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 15 May 1902

The People's Journal. PUBIAISHED WJEKY. T. J. MAUwIN, - - - Editor. W. L)usmr, MATHENY, - Bus. Mgr. Entered at the Post Office at Pickens as second-clans matter. 4iuieriptimi. $1.00 t Year. THUR D AY, MAY, 15, 1902. Saturday. May 10th, set apart as Memorial Day, was not generally recognized in Pickens. 0 * * If you have too much land place some of it on the market. Let oth er good people know about it, and you will help to build up your s ection, Pickens county only needs a few more people to take up and culti vate some of the excellent surplus lands we have, so that all may con centrato their etforts to good ad vantage on smaller areas. Two hundred and fifty thousand dollars turned loose in and around Pickens in the construction of a t cotton m3iill would do everybody some good, individually, and hel r the town and section 'beyond cal- t culation. Clemson College was built and is operated for the bonefit of the boys of South Carolina who need t and want such advantago as it af ford...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 15 May 1902

elm The People's Journal. - A hi THURSDAY, MAY, 15, 1902' - ilJ Local and Personal. h( -Henry W. Farr announces for a Treasurer. -Dr. W. F. Austin, Dentist will ho in Easley May 20th and 21st, to -S. D. Chapman announces for in as treasurer this 'Week- Mi B. Wardlaw will re< b - is for one week from m< ti CU a Dean of Waco, Texas N. is e family of his uncle, y, Ca -rgusou. en 'iller, late cadet in tri C( ege, has been engaged pr to teach senool for the summer. -Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Carter of I hapoville, Ga., are in Pickens with V. H. Ashmore and family. m( -Sunday was a good day for the gathering at Re-Union church th when a good crowd met and en joyed the day in singing. en -Town Council is having some we good work done on the streets most pi needing it. They hope to improve of tlio sidewalks also. is -Miss Eva Holcombe, a charm. fi ing young lady of the Dacnsville gr( section, spont Saturday and Sun- it day visiting the Misses Richey. s -Maj. J. J. Lewis left for the da Expos...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 15 May 1902

The People's Journal PICKENS S. C. ...LOV,,..7d A Mant... The glow 01 the electric light fell softly 1pon the rich tapestries, the elo gant furnishings and the rare paiit ings an(1 lingered amid the blond hair of a young man, who, iml slippers and sm"okiing jacket was reclining ii a Morris chair before a grate, reatlitig a paper. Tlhe man was scarcely more than a youth and his smooth shaven face was free of lines of trouble or of care. But in his quiet eyes a certain sadness slumbered as t.hough real happiness, real Conltenitmnt were not his. Presently a woman, robed in an evening gowil of pale blue satin, push-i ed aside the portiere atid, seeing him, paused smiling. Her hair fell over her shoulders like a golden cataract tuim bling into a blue sea, and her eyes were like the skies of Juue--peacefully blue and tender. Jewels sparkled at her throat, and on her fingers and a pink tiush brightened her cheeks, like the earth is brightened by the first pink rose the suni holds u1p throu...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 22 May 1902

THE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL VOL 12.-NO. 17. PICKENS. S. C., THURSDAY, MAY 20 , URS AY, AY ~ 100 . nu nnifTA A a v ~A D VOLCANORnS OF THEt WEST INDIES An Ertiption oil the Islti(I of St. Vinceent-Detnlils of tile Calaimity. The fearful disaster at St. Pierre, in the island of Martinique, where 40,000 lives were lost by a volcanic eruption, was quickly followed by a similar disaster on the island of St. Vincent, one of the British West In (lis, which was threatenied even be fore the St. Pierre calamity. The cor respondent of the New York Herald, writing from the island of St. Vincent, gives a graphic description of the situ ation as follows: Adm2onitory rumblings and earth quakes in the vicinity of Soufriere came two weeks ago. On Monday, May 5, the lake in the old crater be came greatly disturbed. On Tuesday at 2 o'clock in the afternoon Lhe moun tain began a series of volcanic efforts. Severe earthquakes accompanied these terrible noises and detonations suc ceeded quickly. At 7 o'clock in ...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 22 May 1902

The People's Journal I'LJJIISIED %YEUBKrY. T J. MALDIN, - - - Editor. IT. LrsrI MA TImNY, - Bus. Mgr. Erntered at the Post Oilleo at Pickens as second-class matter. Siibecriploll, $41.00 i Year. T 11 U R S 1) A Y, MAY, 22, 1902. Days like the latter days of last wcok made fire feel good. This may be a very good timo to revive tho "Pickens Band " move menI)t. Tho whoat crop did look a while liko it intended to do something, but home raised bus(uits aro not now so promisimg. * * * If meat goes higher, as it doubt. loss will do, thore will be soie hard times in the country. The man who has a full supply of tit necessary article is tiortunate. The campaign in Georgia is in full blast and if every candidate in that state is as bad as the news. papors make him, Georgia mu hoe a] hot old statC. people in the I adjacelt, sect ions of Barnwell ond .Iiamtupton Coun - ties are moving for the establisi ment of a now couty to be valled "Allendalo." Gentle showers have fallin to the delight of th...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 22 May 1902

The People's Journal. a THURSDAY, MAY, 22, 1902. Local and Personal. -The nicest line of"5c toilet soap to bo found inl town at Mis. Curetons. Also Laundry Soaps, 0' -A. Brandon Taylor enjoys the u iique distinction of being the first f graduate from The Pickens Graded Schiool. -After May 20th you will have G to do your trading before 6:30 o'clock as the stores will be closed at that hour. -Miss S. Jones Stanself, aunt of c Squire W. L. Jenkins, is visiting his family for some days. She is 'Y J rom Greonville county. T tia Mrs. Cureton will in a few days er receive a fie lot of bananas and ot pine-apples from Now York. Fruit . always on hand. Fresh bread and cakesm every few days. 0( -On Sunday afternoon, June, so Ist, at 41 o'clock, the monument ot ructed to Sov. W. W. Bowen at 81 George's Crook church, will be un- to veiled under the auspices of tho Tj Woodmen of the World. J. A, al mcCullough, of Greenville, will ti deliver thw oration. Sc -We the undersigned merchants sit of Pic...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 22 May 1902

The People's Jourual. PICKENS S. C. Thie tove Stor-v ol'* Ketutral .\llen, Kl..Urah A.l. -u ;at out utbdr the grapevu)e arbol knittitw. It wiva o1nly nine~ e' lkin the tulorninl!- anl tin '..'I)lLst.A1 ho.1ur to knit, asM llost bis) hou~swvives, woutld have said, and which KeturahO- her'Self wnwegdinl MhV dets of her Ltonely, chti u iet ed hear1 --but w 01ht miuhlte do? Sittee thI COnqlIuC eu Ihe had0 no rTsourT tg t nI , extc e t kru t ting aid ilus sinr ork 1nd eve her C charI . 1y1 lovings hear-t cOuM , o dIk" n1,1d 11te shadthiv of anl exculse tot. matpoor-Valls ti: p'lace, al sin.kce the ' adi es' I iss ion o airy Soiety a nditl the Childreni's M.\issin lHaind had bveen or'an1i/ed, Ow htw o0r three poor famuilies had found it a sin eeure to keep) their poverh ty befn.Orlt pubh le. E vell thc Itiost 111 l-r wvork lovers were. forced1 Wo woI their proteges were herolining z more shiftless .11111 Ketiura loveb hated kringllj, 1ro111w si usv. - woullo f -t - her - - - I t" I I t; r...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 29 May 1902

THE PEOPLE'S Jou VOL 12.-NO. 18. PICKENS. S. C., THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1Q02 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR T -* STAT'IE DEMOCRA Peace and Unity Were th CANDIDATES I'OR U. S. SENATI PORT TH'C DEMOCRiAT Labor Qaestio-is Only Created Discti . , ntied Unnaiii 'The State Democratic convention tary . was counspicuous for harioniountess. burg Everything" passed oif smoothly and Ti quietly, much wire-pulhng was done madh by candidatos in and around the con- vice Vention in a quiet way, and ,hose FiL issues supposed to be most productive St of discussion created none whatever. Th Senator Tillman introduced appro- Fo priate resolutions as to the ineimlory of Fit the late Gen. Wade l1lmpt0on, and suit- Sis able resolutions a to the illness of Se Chief Justice Melver were presenttd Th and adepted. senta Absblutely the only subjects brought body. up in the convention, productive of Mr -discussion, were matters relating to resolh the troubles of labor and capital, and on ph the convention expressed itself in no t...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 29 May 1902

The People's Journal.L PUIISIIED WIKiY. T T. J. MAUeIN, - - - Editor. W. IEShIAM AIATImOGNY, -- ]ius. M~gr. tit ......------ I 1 JCnte red at the Post, Oli'e at Pickens as seconid-class inaitter. sub~cripl oll, $1.01 :1 Tear. ,(1< tI TI I UIt 1) A Y , MAY, 29, 1902. STATE CONVENION. tI Tho State Convention mot in tl Columbia May 21, at 12 o'clock " when the organization was eflected h and after the appointinot of nec- ; essary committees, adjournment ii wNas had till half past eigh t at l night. Some minor changes were ! made in the party constitution andt a sub-committee of the State Exi- t cutivo Committeo wa; calh-d Il Ieet with Chairman Wilie J .es to arrange for the caimpaign meet- v ingS. ThIere wiIl bW s')ri t ' meetings this ya-.-One tr can- I didates for Stato oflices Infd 0nt ol for lnbtd States oli E t-',lc o; <11 Colinty Executive C"tlinutbto will arrange its owii couity prigraiin. el Fori lPickeis c'Iunity the cani:di- " d ites for Ini ted Sta tes oflices will " 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. — 29 May 1902

eople's Journa SDAY, MAY, 29, 1902. . cal and Personal. notice of election as - ary at Central. Dr. W. F. Austin, Dentist, wi be-in Easley June 3rd and 41 1902. --A notice of election of scho ,trustees Easley school district 19 18 to be held June 10th apppea in this issue. -J. J. Hemphill, of Cheste candidate for the United Stat Senate was in Pickens Mondt and.Tuesday meeting the peop -Editor J. L. 0. Thompso: wife and little daughter left Moi day to attend the State Press A sociation at Georgetown. -Dr. W. M. Norwood and wi spent Sunday with the family Capt John Ferguson. -We acknowledge receipt of v invatation to the Sixth Anniu Commencement, Clemson Colleg June 6 to 8. Reports from various sections . the county indicate that the cro are quite promising, though rai is generally needed, -Executive committeemen froi the various clubs are urged to I at Pickens the first Monday i June, pursuant to notice publisl ed. -H. A. Richey, Miss Ola Ricl ey, Mrs. J. L. 0. Thompson an daughter, ...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 29 May 1902

The People's Journal. PICKENS S C. ..A Maid of Old Dom11111001 Daiys... .Over the young grass of the long avenue, the branching oaks flung slaiting shaiidows. The sweetness of Banksia roses dwelt in the Virginia sunshine, where the trailing vines crept up the grey walls, antld around the jewel-like panes of the nwIllioned winl dlows, winding about the sta.ely' col uniis that guarded the portals of (Oordou Hall. The peace of the coun try Sabbath had laid its hand upon the quiet daily comIe and go; a quiet that brought every far off moving thing very near, in the rustle of a mighty silence. Mistress Esther (ordon came slowly down the broad winding stairs. The light from the great oriel window above her head, shafting dowin into the gloom below, played at quivering jullo of golden motes about the fair young head. In the dark setting of the old hall the dainty figure shown out as some royal dume stepped down from a Rominey pictml e, tle blue brocade cut away from the firm white throat, ...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 5 June 1902

THE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL VoL 12.-NQ. 19. PICKENS. S. C., THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1Q02 NA 1111414 A1111 ON ''ll l JIOR i)IS ,l'he Accounts of 1)isnaters llakc llau Sud1--''hey Seemt Now to Iucreaae. Atlanta Constitution. It is utterly impossible -for a man to grasp the horrors of Martinidue. lCvery individual case has its heart rending anguish and there are 40,000 of them, and 1,000 more at St. Vin cent. Ilee are 300 in the coal mines near Knoxville and 3,000, mourners outside, and every day tells of somec new disaster. The world- seems to be getting used to calamities and terrible things. They are now a big part of the battle of life, and if we are not re conciled to it we do not stop a moment to ponder the suffering and crime that is going on. No, we cannot take it in and the head lines in the daily paper8 are all that we have time or inclina t'on to read. Last night my wife and I read the pitiful story of Captain Freeman, of the Rtoddam, as he told it at the hospital at St. L,ucia while ten...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
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