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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 5 June 1902

The People's Journal PUBLI$S1ID WEIKY, T. J. MAULDIN, - -- - Editor. W. LEsr>s1 MATIHENY, - Bus. Mgr. Rntered at the Post Offce at Pickona as second-class matter. Subscriptloi, $1.00 a Year. T1HIUIRS ) A Y, JUNE 5, 1902. How a good rain would help ! Fiold plaits are not sufforing so much but gardens are almost gone. * * * The Clonmson Board of Trustees met June fourth, and some inter esting devolopments are expected. * ** Political talk is beginning to brighten up, and the prospects are that the usual number of candi dates will be in the liold. * * * If the wheat crop continues to frazzle, and rains begins about. harvest time, it will hardly bn, worth the trouble of gathering. * ** The Charlostin Exposition is over and many availed (themnsohes of the opportunity to see it to their advtintage. Tuesday June 3, was Jeffterson Davis' birthday. Days liko this one are not fixed in the minds of the )oopio as securely as they should be. The Boer English war is over. The Boers have fought...

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. — 5 June 1902

The People's Journal, THURSDAY, JUNE, 5, 1902. Looal and Personal. -Dr. W. F. Austin will be in Pickens, June, 10 and I. -Magistrate Jenkins is kept busy in his court these days. .--Rev. B. Holder will preach at Mile Crook on the 5th Sunday inst. -Mr. Z. T. Cannon from the In dian Territory, Chactow Nation, is in t,ais c:untry on a short visit. -Miss Lidie Folger of Easley visited relatives in Pickens tho latter part of last week. -Read notice of citizens of Con tral respecting meeting looking to the. building of a cotton mill. -Mrs. I. H. Watts, of near Por ters, who has been sick for sever al months is still reported as unim proved. -George Cooper was boforo Magistrate Jenkins Tuesday charged with violation of contract. The case case was dismissed. -Married, Sunday, Juno lst, at the bride's home near Glasy Moun tain, Garfield Breckenridge to Rox le Blair, both colored. (G. R. lien dricks, N. P. officiating. -The County Commissioners have decided to build the new jail on the Court ...

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. — 5 June 1902

The People's Journal PICKENS S. 0 An Incident At Heaver Ik c. There are numerous Beaver Lakej in the United States, but of the num ber there is but one whici has its hea at a city- ---a city which sets like a bowt of ribbon with its enids hanging rag gedly on either side. This particulai city has a mayor whose name is Cad gers, a(1 whose avoirdupois is tremen dous. It also has a city hall which might be placed entire in a Now Eng land woodshed and still leave rooni for a winter's supply of wood. And it has a corporate heart, which is out of all proportion to its corporate body, and to moral standard which is subject to suspiciOn. One November day, when the lirst gale of the new season was sweeping across the lake from the ice regions not many miles away, i womian alight ed from the stage at the door of the postollice in this city and inquired of the postmaster, who came in person to receive the mail, whether or not he could direct her to the hotel or board ing place where Jaimes (if...

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. — 12 June 1902

E PEPES OR ' i VOL 12.-NO. 20, .PICKENS S. C., THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 12.- O. 0* ICK NS, S. ., HUR DAY JU E 1, 102.ONE DOLLAR A Y PA PR MRS.-.BILL AP1"S I RDlI)AI Hlis Wife Hus Reached Thre Score and 'Toen Years-She is Still Very Active. Atlanta Constituiion. Birthday s are very common things in this sublunary world. There are sixty millions of the'm every year and that means about one hundred and fifty thousand every day or six thous and every hour. Just think of it every minute one hundred mortal souls come into this world-to live and die, for good or for evil-for happiness or misery. As far back as we have any history, sacred or profane, kings and princes have celebrated their birthdays with feasts and wine and song, and even the humble and the poor take note of their annual return. Pharaoh celebrated his in Joseph's day,. and it was on Ilerod's birthday that the daughter of Herodias danced before him and asked him for the head of John, the Baptist. I was ruminating about this becaus...

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. — 12 June 1902

The People's Journa PUBLISHED W ry, " T. J. MAULDIr, - - - Editor. W. LRsLIr. 1ATIIENY, - Bng. J,[A JCutered at the Fost Office at Pickens second-claim matter. Subs1ceripti, $1.00 a Year. '11lUtSDAY, JUNE 12, 1902. This is whoat harvest week, an people are making double time. ?w? The peach crop don't promise s+ much this year, but the little tha does materialize will be apprecia ted. Crops are reported most promis ing throughout the southern state, In this Eection the ontlook is good. If a few more candidates for the United States Senate and for Con gross take the ield. each campaign program will ho an all day affair. The stato compaign in Georgia closed with the election last Thursday which resulted in the choice of 1lon. Joseph M. Torrell, formerly Attorney General, for Governor, The State Press Association was held in Georgetown this year where the editors were splendidly enter tained. The most distinctive number on the program, so far as we have read, was an address by lon. J. E...

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. — 12 June 1902

The People's Journal. '1'lIURSDAY, JUNI, 12, 1902. Local nd Personal. -The oat crop is almost a fail uro . -This yoar low bottoms have a chanco to do something. -Dr. W. F. Austin will be in Easley Juno 17th, and 18th. -Oardens are not generally what they ought to be; the dry season has in jured them. -Farmers have never made bet tor time forestalling the grass, and tho result is crops are in good con dition. Andrew Bramlett who has been i in charge of the Ieverett High Schlool, Leverett, Greergia, is at homo for the summer vacation. -Though good rains have fallen in many sections of the county there ar, yet somo sections suffer ing from long drought which is beginning to bo serious. -There will be an all day sing- I ing at Bethlehem Church, 5th, Sunday in this month. Every I t ody iivitf+d to come and bring I wlI filled baskets. Proiinent t singers have been ini ited. -We acknowledge receipt of a most ologantly gotten up invita tion to attend the c-nommencement exercises of Whithrop...

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. — 12 June 1902

The People's Journa FICKENS S. C ,,.M itmat.e Ent,femi>y... I ahlays hated IIyla White. N because of her beauty; on the contrair 1 adore beauty, and i forgave her mat things for the sake of her pretty fae There was much to forgive; she hr done mle evi! and not good, from ti time, when we were children, that sl had come into my life. Ilyla was the only child of III mother's only brother, anl oflicer In lta Navy, lost at seal when IIyla was littl uIore than a baby. IIis widow mai ried again aftelr a1 barely decent intea val, and the stc"p-father took a violei1 aver8ion to the little girl. So Ilyl came to live wtl us, the only relation who were willing to have hier. Never were o wo (uains more un like than she and 1. lit person Ilyla closely resembled my leautiultl mother I was like uty tatlier's a ibnily. I tongh up with boys frotn 1ny babyhood, was a romp and a tom-Ioy at ten yeara of age; 1iyla, at eight was, so my moth er said, a perfect little luly. "If only Anne wert inaa re l...

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. — 19 June 1902

THE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL. VOL 12.-NO. 21- PICKENS. S. C., THURSDAY, JUNi 19, 102 -- - 9 -ONE DOLEAR A vuA IT WAS A QUIET AND 0] Opening of the C TWO H'IIOUSANI) POPlI The Catididates4 Were N iue The political meeting at I)onnald on Saturday was attended by a larg crowd, probably two thousand person and by neat ly every candidate fc State, Congressional and Senatorit offices. The regular State campaig did not open until Tuesday, the ope : ing meetings of which were held a Columbia and Sumter, and the neel ing at )onnaldl's was a prelude, a kin of dress parade, so to speak, whici had been arranged for the convenienc of the people n the corners of Abbe ville, Anderson, Greenville, Lauren and Greenwood counties. It was at tended by a larger crowd probabi than will attend any meeting this sum mer, and for that reason was a mosl important one. All of the cnadidates for Governor four of the candidates for the Unite< States Senate, all the Congresiona candidates in the 3rd district, and r gr...

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. — 19 June 1902

The People's Journal. TI. J7. 3 w'.Pi, - - - itor. 01 WT. I'ma M: rv -Blus. Mgr. . Eittei at the 1*ost O icot at Pickons as wueonidelass mlo tt'er. Sub11-cripio', n. $1.0)) a 'Year. h '' 11 1 1 I) A Y , JUNE 1), 1902. nl Cotton is bringing it good price, t but the 19U2 crop hasn't been b gatlired yet. From this time on, thoro will be a cainaigi news to talk about. I 'Tinngs are warming "p. r * * * t Those who save( forage crops when they had the opportunity, i now tool repaid for the trouble. * ** It seems that President Wood ward of the South Carolina Col lege also has his troubles and has gone through the ordeal of a res ignation. Last week was given over to commencements of the various male and female colleges in towns and cities where such inst itut ions thrive, * ** It is authoritivoly stated that the South Carolina Ilospital for the Insane is in a very crowded condition, and presents a most sEc rious problem for solution. The Greenville News and tel' Greenville Mount.i l have ...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 19 June 1902

The People's Journal. TIIURSDAY, JUNE, 19, 1902. Local and Personal. -It looks like Central CAN play ball. -Don't come to the "Deestrick Skulo" Friday, if you can't laugh. -J. R. Ross from near the Keo wee was in Pickens Friday. -Born unto Mr. and Mrs. Ho veoNealey on the 11th inst a son. -Miss. Millie Foster, of Olga, is visting relatives and friends in Pickens this week. -Threshers will soon be on their rounds cleaning up the wheat and oat crop. -J. Sam Wilson and Kirk Mauldin from the Liberty section were in Pickens on businss Friday last. -Engineer Jeanes will soon have completed ono of the prettiest cottages in Pierens, It is the work of B. E. Grandy. -It matters not how dull other business may become, the office of County Superintendent of Educa tion is always a busy place. -Win. J. Stribling, of Walhalla, candidate for congress, spent Fri day in Pickens. Mr. Strib ling also spent some time, while on this side, traveling through the county. -Heavy rains at the sources of Town ...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 19 June 1902

The People's Journal PICKENS S. C. F"ift y-Ninie... Theodore and I hadI been tralpiiig about lalifax all day. We had pulled our feet fromi the asphalt pavements for the sun was hot; we had toiled to the wiud.slapped citadel, and gazed at Dartmouth, gleam1in1g white across the water, and watched the seething foam in the far haze at the harbor entrance. We had sneered at the gowns of the women, and had been stared at by the nonkey-clad privates. We had praye(l in the dusk of St. Mary's, and driven through the gardens, and oven out the Bedford Basin road for a few miles. I had dragged 'T'heodore to moth-eaten shops and boul-ht vile candy and acted generally in what Theodore calls my i Amerilan girl" m1anne'. There was a touch of the spring-time weariness Upon mIe when wce got back to the Halifax liouse, with spare time in which to dre-, lor dinner. It was early in May, mnCh too soon for the tourists, and every person, not a Troy to their linger tips, was spotted in the hotel. That is 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. — 26 June 1902

THE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL VOL 12.-NO. 22. PICKINS. S. C., TIIURSI)AY, )UNE 26, ,q02 _ _ _ _ _ O E D O L A R A Y E A R THE SENATORIAL CAMPAIG II1AVV OJNS ARI4 HROUGlI INTO ACTION. Tle First Rnjigaement Was ( the Banks of the Colingtree. The candidates for Iunited Stat 1ienator met in forensic display at ti theatre i Columbia on the 17th insl and not more than five hundred pa, ple out of 2.5,000 population wei present during the meeting, which ii eluded a large number of la" ies, mari of them the lea lers of social life i the capital, who were occupying ti: boxes, the parquette, (ress circle an balcony. The theatrical scenery ret resented a beautiful grove, in front c the grounds of a picturesque ICuropea palace, the terracet grounds covere with roses and statuary. E'ach speaker was given the closef attention and was generously al: plauded. Mr. lenderson's referenc to the Booker Washington inciden produced an outburst of applause The speakers touched on the great no tional issues, shipl) s...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 26 June 1902

The People's JournaL 'T'. J. MAt.mIN, - - - Editor. W. ,irs,lt MA'rnt.N , - Bus. Igr. Rntorud at the Post Oflee at Pickens as soronl-elays mntber. S_. b~ seriil on, $1.0 ) I Y ear. 'TiURItD A: Y, JUNE 26, 1902. It is a pity that no questions that come near home and which efleot all the people vitally, the varioulS candidates haven't all had full ex)crien('os4 and unablo to tell o:::Utiy what ought to be (lone. 4*49 l'ublic educatioi, good roads, the nphuilding of the stato agri cllitultally industriallyrind Conllmuor cially are the ihm1gs th voters are thinking ab'nt and m[ake an ill illx to the way he will vote when the tune0 cO11l0 politically spea,ing, the third cong ressiona;tl district is receiving anid will conlin UA to get her full haio of attItion tlroulhout the Cailta ig11. In many respects, this is the 1110st cuonlhS ic'Uouls district in the state. * *4* The g.od r;ins tihat have lately fallrn loilUt , .a. a general thing. the elops well worked and in a c (nditi1on r (l y ...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 26 June 1902

The People's rJoirnal. TIIURSuAY, JUNE, 2i, 1902. Local and Personal. --Dr, W. F. Austin Dontist will bo in Easley July 1st, and 2nd. -George E. Prince of Audorson anuouncos for Congr(>ss this weok. -J. L. 0. Thompson is alnnoun cod this week for Probate Judgo. --Mathew Hendricks is annloun ced this week for louso of Repre sentative. --Dr. A. B. Wardlaw will with in a (ay or two move his ollice to the second story of Mr. J. P. Carey old oflico building. Roadjtotico of meeting Six Mile Democratic Club to be held at Six Milo church Saturday, June 28th at 2 o'clock, p. in. -We acknlowledge recei:pt of a cotton .loom plucke(1 from the lield of Butler Ulaspio near Libor ty on the morning of . une 21st. --Prof. Jones Fluller of Hendix College, Con way A rk., ji(nvd Mis. Fuller hero and they w ill be in Pickens some days. Prof. Fuller was accompaiuod by his mother. -Mrs. J. A. HIunuicut, near Rodmond, has been very sick for the past week and more but is hot tor and hopes are entortained...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 26 June 1902

The People's Journal PICKENS- S. C. PREACIIER ON GOOD ROAI)S Sound Doctrine for Men of Every Class andt( Condition In: Life. .Rev. Victor 1. Masters, a native of Anderson Jounty, delivered an -ad. dress recently before the Beech Island Farmers' Club, which is worthy of ro production in our columns, and is at follows : A review of some of the most saheni points which have been fixed, showing the surpassing importance of road im provement can never be out of place in this country of ours, where we can make no advance in our institutions except as we educate the voters up to seeing the need of such advance. It is not generally known that early in the last century the national gov ernient for quite a period took an in terest in and constructed public high ways. John C. Calhoun was a cham pion for the cause. The most endur i,ig, tangible fruit of the agitation was a splenlidly constructed road from the Atlantic seaboard across the Alle ghamies through Ohio, Indiana ai Illinois, to the Mi...

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 July 1902

THE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL VOL 12.-NO. 23. PICKIENS. S. C., THURSDAY, JULY 3; o BILL ARP -IS CONVALESCING. fIIC ISKE 1)AIlNG:TI'llEPAIERS Comienttl11N hrc mi ii-i Sick Itooi c n Citnries h'rnncls Adants' Speccla. Atlanata ('on8itnltion. We have at last had a glorious rain. After nine long sweltering weeks with out it drop to lay the dtust or purify the atmaaosphere it catae with a downpour and every boly is happy. The gardens will revive anl the flowers will bloom aga in and the farmers will rejoice for it has come inl time to save their languishing crops. The dear little sick child whom we have been nursing so tenderly and watching for many days will now get well. Aly wife or one of tht. girls is there day and night, but the dust anld the hear had almost overi,ice him n when tihe rain came. We are all air plants and must have it 'l'hen again I ti led to tike comf.'rt by readig the tribute that Charles Franeis Adams has recently paid to General lutbert l;. Lee. It seems to be gelting quit...

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. — 3 July 1902

he People's Journal. I'U IEdSUP:11) WENIK I.t T. J. M1Airh , - -- - Edlitor. W. IA i l: }IAM'I:NI, - BUs. Ilgr. 1Cutoretl at. the Pos:t Ome1ro at Yickenr as soe ntlid-cass matter. -- - Stllb;:rittom. $1.0 t ea r. '1' II'' R i 1) A Y, JILY 3, .1903. A now jail is almost a necessity, but the good POple need roads about as bad as they neod jails. Mr. Latimer and Mr. Evans aro keeping the enipaign intercest on the go. Somlething had to ho dono and they undertook it. The one loadiug topic of in tre't is the condition of Edward VI1. His case is one fully at variant,e with that of any other English king. Things a-re warming upj) in a po litical way among the politicial):s, but the people are too b usy attend ing to aIfairs at home toattetd the meetings inl large crowds. 'Tlie Fourth of July will ho a big day in Liberty. Liberty peO plc will prolit, We hope, by this exercise of th1 proper,kind of pub lie spirit. If crops It eep growing a few more weeks, there will be sone Tpi' tuilty, for r...

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 July 1902

The iPeople's Journal THSIISDAY, JULY 3, 1902. Local and Personal, -July fourth will I o a great day at Liberty. --C. H1. Carpenter is announced for the Senate this week. -Dr. W. F. Austin will be in Pickens July 8th and 9th. -Born unto Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Ragsdale on the 29th ult., a son. -Mountain parties are being arranged for trips of several days. -The frlonds of Mrs. James Hunnicutt will be glad to learn that she is convalescing. -I. I-I. McCalla, of Lowndos ville, A bbeville county, anonn cos for Congress this week. -If you want to enter a bid for the construction of the new jail, road thc, advertisement herein and file the bid in due season. -The Summer term of Court will convene at Pickens the second Monday in July, the same being the ,fourteenth. " --Several young people were en torta1ied1 at a most pleasant socia ble, Friday night last, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Richey. -Dry winds during the past four days are not so favorable to vegetation. Some crops already giv...

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 July 1902

The People's Journal PICKENS S. C. ...0l TPIayL. EThere had been a long silence be tween the man and girl in the car riage. It suddenly struck him that she had scarcely spoken save iml monosyl bies stintl she acceptel his offer of marriage. lie scanned her half-avetted face more closely. )f course, the din of the street was not favorable to con versation, but why was she so exces sively pale? Was it merely the cold gleam of the electric lights? Again he looked at her, and hesitated; and then laid his hand gently on her arm. 't Mildredl- -" A childish scream of terror from the street broke in, followed by deeper voices antI tlie vau ie rush of a gtall erina; crowd. Mildied Allrtoti came out of her ab stract ion with i a start. - 'hat was that' What has hap Hhaytd'n threw uip the windlow and leanet out. 'lhe carriago had stopped. Two or t hi pt 11e w.tc carrying somethina: to the pavemtlt, something teilple..s mid int t. iike a dead weight. . \V hat's thi' miatt r?"' he asked. "' You'...

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 July 1902

TE PEOPLE S JOURNAL VOL 12.-NO. 24. C S. C., ''UK SIDAY JULY.,o, 1Q0 ----__,____02- ON1<' VTVI A P A V/DA D A HOWILING TIME ''ie ,Tilliian Tooter TILE VOICE OF TALBEI '' WA TI14LMIAN WAS PREVENTE] ''ie Other CandidntteM Were ( Ladies Left The following is a description of which the candidates for Governor fron part : The campaigners have left the State of Suth Carolina as it were, and are now in "the State of Edgetield." They are likewise no longer " on the fence " - if sensitive ones will pardon this ex pression, which only means that they are now on '' The ltidge.'' This is a famous fruit and peach ridge, the fame of which has spread far beyond the borders of the State, as has the patri otic and sometimes startling record contributed to the universe in general by historic old Edgefleld. The candi dates are not seeking peaches on this peach ridge-they are earnestly seek ing that other juicy and delicious fruit for which this centre-this vineyard this orchard---is equally famous-...

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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