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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 11 September 1902

The People's Journal PICKENS S. C. An Obstinate Boy. Of course Donald was at most foolish itnd obstinat boy. There could be no q1uestion about that. IIe had a good posit ion in the house of a very rich and t very liboral patron. His duties were not onerous, but such as they were he fulfilled them in a most conscientious mnner. The positon might have Ieeti a snitl), but Donald did not look at it in that way and all his waking umrs were given to the doing of IlIibigs, reqlire( or not, which should ,nl for the betterment of the stables of his employer and all they cont.ained. Iml lid not had any education it) speak of-that is, any education lynig within the realm of books, and what training he had cae from the sI erlin disciplinet of his good Scotch mo ther. AnIyway it so happened that the union )of his miother and father had not ptrved most fortunate, and the rugged qualities of the material Scotch had m .cen nitializet(I by the indecisive character of the fatler with his mix lurr of ...

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. — 18 September 1902

9nE P)EOPLE' JORA VOL 12.-NO. 33. PlCKENS, S. G., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBERJ8 92 N OLRAYA THE PRESIDENT AT ASHEVILE, N. C. 'TII'C CIIIIF EVEN'I' OF ills TRIP TO THIlR SOUTH. Ten Thoiiisan(1 I'e( ple in Co ur"t 1o1114e Squintre to Hear llit4 Speech iii Froint of Van1ce's iM11tnlenit. 'resident Roosevelt's brief tour in the South included a visit to the Chick atmauga battl( ield and Lookout Moun taiin i Sunday, Sept 7th, and an at tonpance u1)o11 the annual session of the 1irotht rhood of Locomotive Engi neers the next day in Chattanooga, af ter which he beg1ln the journey back to Washington. IIe wis received by lar-e crowds at Ktoxville and other poiuts, mtii( spelt the night at Ilot Springs, N. C. Asheville extended a warm grCeting to hin the next mo1n ing. Fully 10,000 people occupied the court housc square, where the President addressed them from an im provisel stand. The special train ar rived here at 9.30 o'clock. The night was passed at Il ot Springs and the run fioml there to Ashevi...

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. — 18 September 1902

The People's Journal rUDIAltID RVEIRY WEDNESDAY IORNIN( T. J. MAULD1N ............Editol W. L. MATUENY..........Bus, Mgr Subscription 81.00 Per Annum. Advertising RAtea Reasonable 9 Kntered at the Post O[Hco at Pickens a second-clams matter. PICKENS, S. C.,: T hurlsday, Septemnber, 18, 190:;. The movement in behalf of r bottor organization of Confederatc Veterans is a commendable onc that. ought to be helpod and on couragod. " ? ? A glance at election roturns will show that upper South Carolina will share coiislllcuoulSY in the di vision of state ollicos tho next two years. Let the peOplo com to togother and throw no obstacles in tho way of any officer elected at, the late elections but try to make their ad - ministrations truly successful. Notwithstanding the unfavor able weather, t he ivoplo have plen tiful crops of hay, anld whtilo the sun shines they are using every hour judiciously trying to save it. The conclusion of the whole matter, canedidate-c inclu1(1(1, is that if we had...

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. — 18 September 1902

The People's Journal. Local and Personal. -Dr. W. F. Austin will be in Easley Sept. 23rd and 24th. -I. L. Ambler, of Greenville, spent Sunday in Pickens. -If the meat trust keeps on moat will ba an absolute luxury. -Don't forget the election for School Commissioner Sept. 23rd. Folger and Thorn icy have a full supply of new goods. Road thoir advertisement and call on them. -Clemson College is open and in full blast with every prospect for a successful year. -Wm. Hall, of Charleston, was hero Monday on business for the Piedmont Manufacturing Co. -Mrs. W. G. Lewis and children returned last week from a pleasant visit to relatives in Greenville. --Mrs. A. J. Boggs and children left Monday for a visit to her old home and friends at Calhoun. -A. M. Morris wants you to look over his stock of goods, He will give you some bargains. --Mrs. George Roper, near Pra ter, who has been sick for about nineteen years is reported as not doing so well at present. -The new jail is going up un der the su...

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. — 18 September 1902

The People's Journal. PICKENS S. C ,. , ,% ARoom Ati 'ilteville was covered and swathed with a deadly sttllness in the summer heat until the northbotlnd train Camne in; whet all the men and boys who could sumunont energy went over to the station andl looked inl at. the car win iOws. In a few tinilutes the train Irssed on, atnd silence covered P'ine ville :atgain. A lank girl, with pale hair in a thin plait dowin her hack, leaned out of the diniiig room wiinlow at Ililey's andi lIoked abroad. Ihanley's had been ta line old plantation hoie inl the days when Ilneville and the ralroad were still undreatind of, but Ilow it was a hoardingr house. " Ma! Oh, ial ' acreanied the girl, tting her head inside for that li - pIse. " Yoil'- a lidy .o)t off the train " The thin phiit hoebbed out a:,in li :a mo inent of anXIttu: ub,ervation. Slla' - he's comit' he"r'" wta's the eCr0n<tl slril IineissaZe, seint to soute dis tant ituar'ter of the house; wlleice ein er:;ed ptre,enttly a woinlal, wil...

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. — 25 September 1902

THE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL' VOL 12.-NO. 3. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, SE'TEMBER 25, 02. ONE DOL STATE EXHIBIT AT ST. LOUIS. WAY IT CAN I1E SECUREI). Interestinl;g nndit Importnt Sug gestions Fromi Onte Who has Studlied the Subject. Col. John II. Averill, of Charleston, who had much to (o with inaugurating the Exposition in his own city, has made such matters a study for many years, and.has given sonme thought in regard to South Carolina making a creditable exhibit at the World's Fair next year in St. Louis. Col. Averill has written the following letter to Gov ernor McSweeney, and what he has to say on the subject is timely and well worth considering. The Governor would like to have other suggestions on this line, as he will probably bring the matter to the attention of the Legislature. Col. Averill writes as follows : SA .UnA, N. C., September 15. lion. M. B. McSweeney, Governor of South Carolina-Dear Governor: Your letter of the 5th received, and as you say you would be glad to hear fro n...

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. — 25 September 1902

The People's Journ 1'UI3IsfIP.D AVERlY WEDNEt81)AY MIORNI T. J. MAULDIN .............Edit W.L. MA'1'HENY..........Bus. I Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rittes R('I1asonab p 1C1ntorod at tho 1'ot Ofice at Pickene socond.class mwatter. PICK ENS, S. C.,: Thursday, September, 25, 1902. The way cotton and shingles an lumber have boon rolling in Pickens during tho past week enough to mako one think th Pickons is right in the load as market. And she is. ''ho annotncemllenlt has bet made that J. E. Norm1ent Who t fairly and bly reported thi sta campaign proceodings in the lai campaign for th Columbia Stat and t,he Charleston News and Cou rier, will be private secretary t Gov. Iloyward. This will doubi less prove a good soloction and on satisfactory to the ueople at large Central has accomplished whii she saw was possible and at th same time necossary for the presoi yation of her rank as a first rat town. .11 er people got togethi and Ikepf, agitating the qluestio and working and ...

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. — 25 September 1902

The People's J ournal. Notice to Subsciibers ! Last January notices were sent to all parties in arrears and duo The Journal on Kubsoription and otherwise. These notices included indebtedness of 1901 and 1902. Mr. W. L. Mathony is still with the Journal and in charge of these mutters and will be pleased to have all who have not complied with the request to settle embodied in the said notices to call on him at The Journal office, in the Antho. ny brick building, at the rear of W. T. MeFall's store and arnango such indobt ednoss at once. A prompt compliance will groutiy facilitate us in placing and keeping our business in proper shape, Respectfully, T1. J. M AULID)IN, Pub, The Journal. Local and Personal. -Don't forget the opening at the. Big Store. -Miss Nina Boggs, of Easley, visited Mrs. T. L. Bive ns last week. -The fall term of Court will show full dockets, criminal and civil. -P. E. Alexander and Ernest Folgor were visitors in Easley Sun day. -Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Ilagood, of Easlo...

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. — 25 September 1902

The People's Journal. PICKENS S. C. ...Aiming High... If Phil had thrown a bomb into the middle of the rag-carpeted floor, he could not have surprised his mother more. But he stuck to it. ? Yes, mother, that is the only girl I will over marry," he repeated, throw ing his head back and looking down at the work-worn little woman with eyes from which gleamed all the determina tion of the sons of the lands of dikes and ltembrandts, "an' I'm going to marry her some day; there ain't no two ways about that." , Phil, boy, you are foolish," replied the woman, whohad recovered her com posure somewhat, but was still visibly startled and shocked. " She ain't one of our kind. Her people live in a fine house in the city and wear line clothes and eat meat three times a day. They are quality folks. When she grows up to be a young lady she won't look at a barefooted farmer boy like you, with rough hands and no schoolin.' " " I don't care for all them things," replied the lad defiantly, " I will marr...

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. — 2 October 1902

THE PEOPLES JOURNAL VOL 12.-NO. 3, PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1902. ONE DOLLAR AYEAR ROASTING SECRETARY ROOT. EXPOSING I1S )EFENCE OF TIIVE ARMAlY. A Blistering Review of Army Conduct undi Muntngemtient in the P1hiilippin e. The New England anti-imperialist committee, of which Mr. Charles Francis Adams is chairman, makes public an elaborate review of the Philippine situation, which has been prepared by Mr. Moorfield Storey, counsel for the committee. The point of Mr. Storcy's argument is that the responsibility for the conditions in the Philippines does not rest primarily with our soldiers and oflicers in the islands, but with Secretary Root. The docu ment is a blistering review of the his tory of army management in the Philip pines from the time we occupied the islands to the present. IL is entirely 1 based upon official and authentic evi- I dence, and its statements are supported at every point by citations of the re ports of commanding officers, or of unimpeached testim...

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. — 2 October 1902

The People's Journal. 11UL11D EV1IY WEDNESDAY MORNINol. I '1'. J. MAULDIN .............Editor. W. L. MATrENY..........Bus, Mgr. 1 Subscription $1.00 Per Aunum, a Advertising te ts Reasonable. p Eutered at the Post Office at Pickens as i liOcond-class intter. 1'1CK ENN, S. C.,: b Thursday, October, 2, 1902. Every young boy and girl who can take advantage of the oppor- c tunmties at hand ought to be en- h rolled at the schools, That is the e spirit and purpose of the education. - al system of this country, and this t should not be overlooked. " . w Every time a man invests in a i home enterprise, he is contributing i that much towards the general up lifting and betterment of his con munity, besides laying the founda tion for a continuous dividend that will reach and bless him in lator days, and with him help others by way of providing employment for those who need and want it. This is the broad, public-spirited way mn which to look at local improve ment. Not the least of the hy-produc...

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. — 2 October 1902

,ople's Journal. .tice to Subscribers ! Last January notices were sent to all parties in arrears and duo The Journal on subscription and otherwise. These notices included indebtedness of 1901 and 1902. Mr. W. L. Mathony is still with the Journal- and in charge of those matters and will be pleased to have all who have not complied with the request to settle embodied in the said notices to call on him at The Journal office, in the Antho ny brick building, at the roar of W. T. MoFall's store and araango such indebt ednoss at 'once. A prompt compliance will grotly facilitate us in placing and keeping our business in proper shape, Respetful ly, T. J. MAULDIN, Pub, The Journal. Local and Personal. -Dr. W. F. Austin will be in Easloy October 7th and 8th, -Pickens is moving for better things. One can feel them coming. -Cotton pickers are in demand. This is the harvest season indeed for them. -Court convenes third Monday in October. Judge Watts will pre side. -J. V. Griffin, a succesful far ...

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. — 2 October 1902

The People's Journal PICKENS S. 0. Tranijorgrified. " What a lovely story," sighed Mol lie tQ herself as she closed the 11(1 of the hook she had just ilnished road ing, and settled back for a lazy swing. The title of the book was "Trans norgrilled," a big, grand, beautiful worc that had caught Mollie's fancy from the start, and the story proved equally fascinating. It was about a little princess, who had been an idle, good-for-nothing run-about, until a good fairy touched her with a magic wand and transformed her into a use III, lovable girl, whose praises wore in every onle's mouth. As Molho swung to and tro, staring at the vines above her head, she did some very hard thinking. Oh, lear," she murnured, ' 1 guess I need to be transmorgrified as much as any girl living. I never lift a linger about the house, and mamnma has just givell up1) trying to get any thing out of le; l'm late to breakfast and late to school, and haven't known a lesson for a imontl. What would they all say it 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. — 9 October 1902

THE PEOPLE'S .JOURNAL VOL 12.-NO. 34, PICKENS, S. C., TH URSDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1902. FARMERS COME SOUTH WARD. AN a Rest1lt of the Work Being Done by the Southern Rail roaN(' Industrial Agents. An important influence in determnin ing the trend of immigration in this country, especially since thousands of :oreigners have flocked annually to the United States, has boon the activity of railroad linos running East and West. Following the pioneer and established lines of trade between the coast and the backwoods, such roads were the earliest to be completed, and the general rule of immigration that parallels of latitude are followed, was reinforced thereby. During the past ten or fifteen years a number of independent lines, somne of them quite weak, have been united into strong systems, giving prompt and comfortable means of travel between the North and the South. The first effects, the diversion of outward-bound trade from the middle West and Northwest to South Atlantic and Gulf ports, have...

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. — 9 October 1902

The People's Journal. PUB1dIBD KVEuEY WEDNESDAY MOltNIN(. T. J. MAULDIN - .........5d= W. L. MAT11ENY..........Bus, Mgr. Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising R ates Reasonable. Entered at the Poet Office at Pickens 1ia Aecond-class matter. PICKENS, S. C.,: Thursday, October, 9, 1902. Some of the Republican hosts are no doubt wishing that Roose velt had "gotten it in the neck" instead of the leg. ? w w Evan P. Howell has been elected mayor of Atlanta. And now his friends are predicting that he will be a How(el) hug success as may or. The numorcus applications that are made for houses to rent these days in Pickons is hut an indica tion of the wave of prosperity that is unmistakably upon us. 1)ospite the hindrances from rainy weather, farmer have by closr attention and work at th right times, managed to. save the hay an^lcu idirIy well up with the ..-'' fast opening cotton. By wheat Sowing time the prosont year's crops will have been harvested. w "The public school is the placc to...

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. — 9 October 1902

lie People's Journal. Notice to Subscribers ! G"u4t January notices were sent to all rties in arrears and duo The Journal subscriptioun and otherwise. These tioes included indebtedness of 1901 (d 1902. Mr. W. L. Mathony is still with the .urnal and in charge of these matters d will be pleasod to have all who have t compliOd with the request to aettle lbodiod in the said notices to call on a at 'I'ho Journal oico, in the Autho brick building, at the rear of W. T. WFall's store and araango such indobt noss at once. A prompt compliance Il greatly facilitato us in placing and eping our businoss in proper shape, Respectfully, T. J. MAULDIN, Pub, The Journal. Local and Personal. --The air begins to fool frosty ese mornings. -J. 0, Garrett, of Cateecho, is in town Monday. -Dr. W. F. Austin will be in tiely Oct. 14 and 15. -Though a bad day Saturday. my bales of cotton were narket in Pickens. -Prof. and Mrs. Jones Fuller ;urnod last week from an exton d tour of the West. -Miss Anita Ambler ...

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. — 9 October 1902

The People's Journal. f PICKENS S. C. i of A Cure For It Ennui... l al At twenty-four Laura Kirkton had O0 tired of adulation and social victories, o of meaningless compliments and inanet small talk, of blase men of the world . and envious womon, of "flanneled fools at the wicket and muddied oafs Li at the goal." She had drunk of the b( pleasures of society to the dregs. 11er ti wealth and beauty had insured her a ti high place in the " Four llundred,'' of which her talent and wit adorned. I AL first, of course, she enjoyed iL, el but after the novelty wore off and she saw all the hollowness and heartless- ir ness, the hypocrisy and sham beneath ir the hespangled surface she sickened 8t and tired of it. And so she had come wv down to this remote village on the soa- F; shore, far from the fashionable resorts ci to rest from the crowds of Vanity Fair, to and to commune with nature and live u among simple folk who rounded out it their lives in hard toil and simple o pleasures. Still sh...

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. — 16 October 1902

_THE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL VOL 12.-NO. 35. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1902. Nearly Everythilug Now Being Done by Machinery. New York Times. The tired city man who turns long ingly to thoughts of " the old farm " of his boyish memories and is impelled to go there or to some place as nearly resembling it as may be that, like Antaous, of the classic fable, ho may recuperate his wasted energies by once more touching Mother Earth, would do well to forget all traditions of pastoral life or prepare himself for the shock of a great lisappointnont. The man with the hoe, the sturdy artist of the scythe and cradle, the sower who went forth to sow with a bag of seed around his neck, the mus cular ploughman, whoro strong hands kept the implement from turning flip flaps when its point struck a root, the tripping milk maid carolling a song all these and many other familiar ob jects which the city man inseparably associates with the old farm boar about the same relation to the modern farm tha...

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. — 16 October 1902

The People's Journal. prtfBJHI(HD MvaicY Wi{)NEi1)AY MORNINO. T. J. 1MAULDIN .............Editor. W. L. MATIENY..........Bus, Mgr-. Subeoription $1.() Per Anuum. Advertising Ratos Reasonable. E:ntered at tho Post Oflice at Pickens as secoud-class matter. PICKENS, S. C.,: Tirsday, October, 16, 19 O. I)on't get diseouraged over the conitinued rains. The sun will como out and givo plent,Y of time for gathering the crops and pre paring the lands for tho small grain cropm. The city of G reenvillo propo os to show the PCOI)le that she is alive to her opportunities. A "Irado )isplay" projeted on creditable proportions will be an attract ion in that business city this fttll. 00* If you havo a child that ought to be in school and is not there, think about th thdty you owo that child and make arrangements to givo it tho ad vantag.'s it ought to have. Before many year.i the op pOrtunites Will h going. See about this. I'h is is tto circus seasin. No matter how often one has ii to i eircus th,er...

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. — 16 October 1902

The People's Journal Notice to Subscribers ! L1'irt Janary notices wern sent to al partios in arrears and duo '1'le Jourun on KtubSCriptiont and othorwiso. Them iotices inclided indehto-iness of 1901 and :1902. Mr. W. L. Mithony is still with th Journal and in charge of these nnttert and will bo ploasol to havo all who 1avt not complied with the reqeiost to sottl embodied in the said notics to call oi him at Th'le Journatl oile, in the Anthio ny brick building, at the rear of W. T McFaIl's store and aranuge such irulobt ednoss at oe. A prompt eompliaiec will greatly facilitate us in placing al keeping our business ill proper shape, RespectfiIl Iy, T. J. MAULi)IN, Pub, The Journal. Local and Personal. -For Salo-One good yoke of oxen. Apply to J. II. Ambler Ambler, S. C. --T. O. Jamoson, of the lEasloy section was here on business Mon day. -Court convenss hero October the 20th, next Monday, Judge R. 0. Watts presiding. -Dexpit, continuod rains, cot. ton continues to roll into Pickens ...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
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