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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 10 July 1902

The People's Journal. PUBLSIED WEC1,Y. T. J. MAULDIN, - - - Editor. W. LEs8r,s MATHRNY, - Bus. Igr. JCuterod at the Post Office at Piokens as second-lasa matter. Suhscriptiloll. $1.00 a Year. TIURS DA Y, JULY 10, 1902. It has boen a matter of wonder to many how the runners in a Fourth of July foot-race found enough good roads in Pickens coun ty to make the contest. Where the state and senatorial candidates go this year, they are generally being taken in and cared for during their stay by the good people. Do Pickens people want to show the samie hospitality? After the general Fourth of Ju, ly holiday rest and feasting, it was a little hard to settle down to business and feel the same interest in work. The impression is easy to come that the division between work and play is not evenly made. "There is not necessarily any antagonism between religion and politics," but the impression pro vails that those who do not carry their religion into politics for the influence thereof usually lea...

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 July 1902

J2Ii )16os Journal Y, JULY 10, 190-2. Lo al and Personal. -Pickens was extromoly qui(,, on the Fourth. --The Summer School close Saturday next. -John B, King. of Easley, wa hero Monday. --)r. W. M. Pondor was her on busiucrs Monday. Dr. 11, F. Austin will be il Easley July 15 and 16. -Mr. W. E, Dickon is hero fu a short visit to his family. -Court convenes at Pickew Monday, 14th, Judge Ernest (ary presid in g. -The fourth of July was cole brated with about the usual ntum ber of accidents. -Mrs. Julius E, Boggs has beer fuite sick for the past week lttt i. Iinproviiig. -Miss Gussio Curoton roturned Saturday from a week's visit to friends at Fort Hill. -Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Bannister of Cateechee, spent Sunday in Pickens with relatives. -John T. Lewis, of Anderson's Mill, was among the people at Pickens Monday on business. --W. Nelson Bolding is an nounced for the House of Repro sontatives this week. -Mrs. M. J. Harris ieturnod Monday after a weeks visit to rol ativoe in Greenvillo. -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 July 1902

The People's Journa PICKENS S. C The county courtroom of St. Anne was crowded to the door. It was a sesemblage unprecedented oven in th country Where a trial for murder a ways exercised an irresistible faseini tion, and where the allurements of ok tinae florid oratory conrferd upon th :ourtlhouse something of elit status o a theater. Never before within the memory o those pres,'int. lul a white woial cow ered under he 'nace, of a possibli capital sentetce. 1Ideed, there lurke( som' Lriling tlonht :i to the proprietj of the cirt .,istunce now. Ii was no that her guilt was 1ue-tioctned ii til populu judigient she wa4 condelut: beyond aill peltlviituire but witli it innate tantastic chivalry St. Ann4:' wias disposed to te Compassionatc, allm to meet iilien logic with the sent imtent at i cinieit'r that site is 11 a woman." The crime itself was as thl :as his tory- the tragedy famniliar to everl stage of 1ife. In this iw tance its ti t mltis personat.' were of the I west typ -gross, ign...

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 July 1902

THE PEOPlE SJOURNAL VOL 12.--NO. 25. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, JULY 17, 1 002. i~(m nrv y A n A ran ,HE SHOT HIS WAY TO FREEDOI FU1G1'TIVE RAFFLC'S .1115 l?URSUERK lie Hs Killed Six Oflicerm nl Maacde II is liscaile Five' Times. The notorious Harry Tracy, the cot vict fugitive from Oregon, who ha killed six men and wounded severr others since Jiune 9, is being hoti, pursued by men and dogs in the coui trylsoutheast of Seattle, Washington an([ may be slain or captured within few hours. lHis pursuers, who hav with them Iwo flue bloodhounds, an only a sho t distance behind him. 'T'racy mado anothor extraordinari escape from one of the posses afto him on Tuesday afternoon. Word wai received at the sheriff's oflice thal Tracy had been at the house of a Mrs (Gerald, near Trenton, for live hours Fifty armed men at once hastoned t< the scene. When they reached the place they scattered and took positionm so they could watch the house to the best advantage. The peculiar actions of Mrs. Ger...

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 July 1902

The People's Journal . I'tti1.ISn1I W) RNK"III,Y. T. J1. M1A.m., - - - ]aitor. W.V. i.:sr.ti.: 'I .A I: NY, - uns. Mgr, Iotered at the Post Otice at. Pickonl a: secontt-clasM mnatter. sul . il)i lu , 31.0h) al Year., T11UIRh 1)A Y, Jt'LY 17, 102. \Vhenl the new mills now being l,ui;t aire coml1etod ,Andersonl coun tv will have in1 o)uilation 301,500 indles. \When we bwgn to pay bet.tOrsal art1es w mtay ':: p 'tt lttor roads, tll ao rnc menit) l i the ostIl ;tppiroriratte st,p t') lIihl' th10' ret f"rmls w1', n1,ed a-e m l.v l" as the rt+adl a111 ,tl,n t d . Jlv\' i it h Iarke. I the one hiin dred anl forty-s'veiti tlnniversary of tlie defeuat of the IEniglish Gener al, l;raddock, by the French and Indlia s w1t'il \\'31hingt0n (Is played that rare mihitary geniis which mad.' hlttn the logicall leader of the Amt,rican forces in the war for Ameri ca Indepondentco. \Wo hope the canditlatos for Gov" rnor have seon enough if, til-) Pick oins colllty 'tnds to impress thom with t ht. ser'i0...

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 July 1902

The People's Journal THURSIDAY, JULY 17, 1902. Local and Personal. -Miss Eva lloicom11be is at trl home of Ar. II. A. Rickey. -Miss LizzA Richardson, of Liborty, is at Maj. Amblor. -.Miss AI:nlie - Schlwing, of (reenville is at the Ambler house. -5liss Sue Lancaster, of Gaines ville, Fla. is at, the Ambler touse for the summor. -Mliss Little, of Clinton, was visiting at the hoime of Mr. Richey last week. -B. A. Morgan, Esq., of Green ville, was one of the visitinsr law yors (ulring court. -Mr. W. C. McKenzie, of Pied m1ont, was in town - last week on business. -Mit"ses Grace and Eliza Mc )aniiel aro visiting rlativos in Greenvillo this week. -A good nuimher of people Ont joyecd a pleasant dly at the pientic at Iurc;h's Ford Saturday. -S. A. lcAlistl"r of Central towuhip is annonnced as a candli date for Supervisor. --About everybody is saIt isfied with the abundant and refresling rains that have como at the most needed ti ies. -Prof. J. I", Lesley will sing at Rubatimah church on th...

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 July 1902

The People's Journal PICKENS S. C Why He tit Play ing Pok ler. ?I haven't played a game of pokei for twelve years," remarked Thomai R. Shelton, a prommnent business muar and politiciani of Eastern Kentucky. I was famishing for a little game my self, and he saw the signs of my yearn tug in my face, which impelled him tc make this avowal. .1 knew hie had once been extrava gantly fond of poker, and knowing, too, when ai man once gets the poker habit fixed on him that breaking the morphinie habit is a small task con pared to it, I was interested to know the antidote that had cured him. 14 Since I held the winning hand and lost on a Big Sandy river raft twelve years ago I haven't touched a deck, and I'll shuttle oif this mortal coil be fore I'll shuitle a pack again. The very looks of cards makes mec shudder, as it recall: the most horrible ex perience yIll life has klnown. " was enigaged, at, the time I started, in the tilb0er business Onl the Big Sandy river. I was in partnership with ...

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 July 1902

THE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL VOL 12.-NO. 26, PICKIENS, S. C., THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1 902. N( ' I~ VMA A VR~AP BILL ARP AND THE DOCTORS. IlLE RECOVIERS FItOI A SEItiOliS I1,LN1it5. The I'hysicianM Prolialy Kept Iii nuti King hidwari from l)ying. Atlanta Constilution. I don't know whether I can write a letter or not. I will ry. The effort will keep ne from thinking about my self. For a month L have been play ing " Billy in the low grounds," but I had a good doctor who has nursed mne night and day and cheered mc up and comforted me and I am on the up grade, though as the (eorgia crackers say, 'I am powerful weak." Tis doctor is my son and he says he has not forgot ten how his mother and I nursed him for three long months in Florida and saved his life, and now I shall not lie if ho can help it. I take all his medi cine, quinine, strychnine, calonml, spirits of nitre and capsules without number, and tonics, too, and if I get well I will never know what cured me, but he will. What would the world d...

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 July 1902

The People's Journal. PUllISul CDi W1'MIa. T. J. MA.1),tN, - - - Edit(or. W. Lis'1 : M.'IINY, -- iis. Mgr. . ICutorect at t.he Post olice at Picke s ais secon(I-class mnattor. 'T'UI S I) A Y , JULY 2-, 1902. As the people "lay by" their crops, they IOlIizo that better pros pects for anl abindanit laryest weri nevel' Smn in Pickens county. TJhis is indeuod helpful after three i~~~ u-lcce'Sivel years o'f short crops. Central people are getting to- t g-tlher and moving to ree over som0 of their lo ses through revt',ses and Subsequent inactivity. The late movoumeni. in that town for a cotton mill is meetin g with encour agement. The preliminary work in securinfg this eiterpriso is in the hands of COllpOtelt h)usS imen)i who are dlt^Frm1ined to plalce and t keep Central in the line of mar-ch to progress blazod out. by her sister towns. We have no doubt that, in a hnw months, Central will have taken on her old time activity and will hgin to grow and again he the plae of relativo importanc...

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 July 1902

The Peop . arnal. THURSDAY, 1902. Local ant _ .A;jam. -LOST- Silk umbrella-dark red. Leave at this oflico and get reward. -Miss Elma Ashmore, of Len derville, is the guest of the Misses Ashmore. -Mr. and Mrs. McIver, of Charles on, are guests.at the Am bler Ho iso. -Dr. Vass filled the Baptist pulpit Sunday, preaching to ; good congregations. -Great floods are reported from the Missouri and Mississippi val loys with accompanying damage to crops. -Miss Martha Cureton, who has boon in Seneca for the past three months, is home on a visit to her parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. D. Curo ton. -Judge Gary after adjournment of court spent several days in.Pick ens to enjoy the mountain breezes and make an excursion to the mountains. -There were never better crops in Pickens county than we have this year. Good seasons and time ly and judicious work have done this for our people. -Don't forget to arrange to conic out to Pickens Saturday Aug. 2nd, and hear the candidates for United States Senate and fo...

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 July 1902

The People's Journal. lc - it PICKENS S. C. Ile was telling her the story of a ,nan who had mortally offended the ai woian he loved, and who loved him, n and she was listening with a strange intentness, her eyes fixed dreamily t upon nothingness. ~a " And when his passion had (died n down,"-so he went on---" and he saw si what a fool he had been, and how sl deeply he had wronged her, he went h back to her and pleaded for forgiveness a with all the strength of love, and all to the agony of remorse. But she," he it continued, bitterly, " do you think she p could take him back and forgive him v freely, as he had thought she would? c No. She spoke loftily of her woman- p hood and her outraged feelings and all ii the other phantoms of the brain which o you women affect to prize so highly, I yet sacrifice so lightly. And then she e told him coldly that all was over be- s tween them forever, forbade him ever t to see her agaiii -put him out of her t life, and left him to light it all by hi...

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. — 31 July 1902

THE PEOPLES JOURNA VOL 12.-NO. 27, PICKENS, S. C, THURSDAY- ULY - BRYAN'S SPEECH AT BOSTON. AN A1'1IEAL FOR GENUlNI 1 1ItAi%ONY AMONG 1l,iMOCItATS. 11i6 Speeci Crentedl Great 14u thiuNinsi Among the New Einglnndery. Four thousand Democrats asseimbled at Nantaak(4, Mass, not far from Bos t .i,) and participated in a distinctively 4 harmony " meeting, which had been arranged by the New England Demo cratic League, a new political organza tion that is expected to show its strength in thu fall cam lpaig n. The principal speakers were 1dWIVa l . Shepard, of New York, Edward W. Carmack, of 'Tennessee, and William J. Bryan, of Nebraska. A reception was given to hecse gentleion at the Rockland house, md( three hundred iebniers of the Leagte sat down to a ban(luet in the great dining room of the hotel. Among those at the dinnr was Miss tuth liryan, who is accon> panying her father on this trip. At the conclusion of the dinner tie ';rowd repaired to the mammoth tent on the lawn in front of ...

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. — 31 July 1902

The People's Journal. PUn111 il DI W1EEKf,Y. T. J. M.wI)r., Editor. SW. Ll:sI,m MArEA1Nr, - 1us. Mgr. Entered at the Post Offeo at Pickens as. seconiclass matter. snubscril01o1, $1.00 11 Year. i'I UR S 1) A Y, JULY 31, 1902. Cateochee received the canldi dates hospitably last Saturday, and the people enjoyed the (ay. It seemts that it is about tilo to begin to bo doing some of the much needed work promised tho pubic roads. The Stato Summer School at Rock 1ill is over and teachers from all over South Carolina will take a well-earned rest. Advertising costs a littie but nothing evor came to a com ilyt i(% or individual without some cost.. Iuldicioius advertising is money \rell spoi1t. The people of Easley roytllly en tortained the visiting I)reC',h('rs and delegates to the Methodist Dis trict Conferenco held in that city last week A 'icke-is contract,or. I. E. Grandy, I'MS th' contr'act. Ior build ing the new jail . This keeps Pick ens 11101ey at, home110 where it canl circulate to 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. — 31 July 1902

The People's Journal, ''HUIIRSDAY, JULY 1 1902. Local and Personal. -The crops look bettor every d(ay. -Ire that hath nct water-melons these days is not muc11 in it. -Born unto Mr. and' Mrs, W. T. McFall on 27th inst, a son. -Born unto Mr. and Mts. Mack ( raveley on 26th inst, a son. -(he question of roads is a pos itivh) and livo issuo in the county camllpaign. -Mrs. J. E. Boggs who has been litto sick for some weeks is im proving. A good croawl attended the s)ecial nooting at Cateochee Sat.. i rday. -Walter II. Criflin, of Green ville, is hore with his imother and friends(1. -N. D. l,essno, of Greeley d.illo, S. C., is horo with his fanmi ly for a few weeks. W A. Gilreath, of Greenville is taking a short holiday among his Pickons county friends. -Don't forget to come out Sat ur(lay and hear the candidates for the Senate and the House speak. -Mrs. Laura O'Neale, of Bir mintlghamln, Ala , is visiting Mrs. Mary Aloxender. --The Pickens Brick Yard has more than it can (10 to meet the ...

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. — 31 July 1902

The People's Journal. PICKENS S. C. ---..A i?otlier Love to r..." 0ooooooooooooo A tall man in light rain coat. and a neutral-tinted girl climbed the steps of a red sione mansion. The house look ed to be untenanted. The halls echoed with unfurnished nudity as the two en tered. They walked familiarly into an oblong room, which was as barren as the hall, with the exception that it contained a small imitation mahogany table and two uncertain chairs. The girl laughed half hysterically as she removed her hat and sat lown, resting both elbows on the table. " Our den of thieves seems remark ably fit this evemnig, (ear. It chimes in with my mood. Perhaps it's be cause this is the last time." The man stared moodily at the white wall. " So you mean what you say; you are going to quit?" The girl went rather white and nod led her head. "( It's the only thing we can d0; you must ece that. I can't live this way, with turbulent quarrels and tempestuous reconciliations. I can't (to it. It's better ...

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. — 7 August 1902

PEOPLE'S JOURNAL. VOL 12.-NO. 27. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1902 IAST.WOI)l)S OF (t IAT ME N HIll1 Arp Ta'ikeH Conssolation F rou )ying Vords of I)anicl Webster. Atl'anta Constitution. " i. still live." I was ruminating about the last words of grea'. men, and those of Daniel Webster always im press me with peculiar force. On the very confines of eternity, on the brink of the everlasting change that he knew was at hand, his great mind seemed to he studying and waiting for the mo, ment of his departure---waiting and watching for the separation of the soul from the body, and wondering how he would pass the crisis. There was no fear, no dread, as he calmly whisper ed, " l still live," and immediately died. His body died, and what was the next vision of his great soul the world would like to know, but it is for bidden. I thought of all this not long ago as I seemed to be drawing near the end and approached the confines of that undiscovered country from whose bourne no traveler ...

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. — 7 August 1902

The People's Journal. T. J. MAl't,uN, -- -- - Editor. Q W. Lrisi: M1rA'rIlNY, - Bus. Mgr. 1Cntered at the 'ost Of1ico at Pickens am second-clais uatter. S Ise-ilpt ioll, 81.00 1a Tea r. ''IHURS DAY, AU0. 7, 1902. At. Chesterfield on Saturday it is reported that Mr. McMalahan charged in offect that Air. Martin, his ol)plonent in the race for Super- y intendent of Education, had issued V "paid articles" through the Pick, A ens papers. This is a i ttlo too much to go unnoticed, since such articles as have appeared in this j paper bearing on this special race .1 have appeared inl the editorial col- 1 umns. So far as wo are coucerne d, Mr. Martin has had nothing to do in the way of influencing the ox" p pressions of this paper. We havo ,1 never talked with him au1 0tt his 8 race nor have we had anything to say to Mr. Nehlaban . The articles and editorial expressions 11 ha e been hased on what we regarded and u11lerstood to be t.rue Factsl of the case and neither AI r. Martin nor any one ...

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. — 7 August 1902

The People' nal THURtS1)AY, AUG. 7, 1902. Local and Personal. -W. F. Austin, Dentist, will 1b in Easloy, Aug. 12th and 13th. -Jimmio IIughes and Miss Am Hughes, of Richland, S. 0., are vie iting Maj. J. J. Lewis and family. --l'onaiderable hail fell in thi vicinity of Pickens and in othe iAirts of the.county last Monda afturnoonl, and some damage is re ported. --''ho second quarterly confer once for Pickens circuit (Metho dist) will be held at Twelve Milt Friday, August 8th. A full atten dance of the Stewards is desired and all are invited. -By virtue of an act of the leg islature, an election for Cottou Weigher, lickens townehip, will be hold on the third Saturday in Aug the same being the 16th inst. Sot notice of Town Council respectinl S LtIIOi., -Maarriod August. 3rd, 1902 a the1 home of the ofliciating N. P. M. F. Hester, Mr. Elford Clark t< M iss Lizzio Simmons, daughter of Mr. Frank Simmons, one of Pick ens' county bost farmers. Aftei the ceremony the bride and groon wunt ...

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. — 7 August 1902

The People's Journal PICKENS S. C Mrtha Ioatowsky. A girl descended the steps of a groa gray church. In her hand she held i violin case; a roll of music lay foldet within her arm. She pausedl upon tht lower step to reulasp the fastening o: her long black cloak. The hood whicl was attached fell from her head ant disclosed a fair face with beautifu dark blue eyes. The falling hood (is" arranged her hair, which hung in curl ing red-ol waves about her face. She stretched forth I white hand and gathered ip tho music and violin case. As she reached the street she ab ruptly met the gaze of a stranger; for an1 instant they looked into each other's eyes. She saw i man wit h at frank, pleasant face, and dark, pointed beard. 'lie must he an artist,'' she thought, 6 but he looked as if he were success ful.'' In the lhiemIa whichi she in halbited she 11a1d niever seen the sue cessful artist. " That girl would make a line mtodel for a young saint ; most inuusn.tl face." he thought.. '" ei mle see...

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. — 14 August 1902

THE PEOPLE'SJ VOL 12.-NO. 28. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 1902. THE CONFEDERATE LARGEST ATTEND. YET KNOWN I The Hospitality of Grei THE GUESTS WERE LAVISII "PEARL OF TI The Good Order and l)ecoriui Surpasied.-The Spet The first session of the South Car olina division, United Confederate Veterans, was held on Wednesday, Aug. 6th, in the auditorium of Chicora College, which had been tendered for this purpose. Every seat in the spacious building was occupied when the presid ing oficer, Gen. Thos. W. Carwile, of Edgeileld, called the convention to order at 12 o'clock. An earnest and fervent prayer was made by Rev. E. 1'. Taylor, of this city, invoking the blessings of God upon the veterans and their deliberations. lion. W. L. Mauldin was then in troduced and delivered an address of welcome on the part of the local camp of veterans. Mr. B. A. Morgan, city attorney, welcomed the veterans and other visi tors on the part of the citizens of Greenville. To these welcoming speeches th...

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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