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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 13 November 1902

The People's Journal. PICKENS S. C. f a t wVer'S Gusher. e i e f f s e e e o e e e e I1 .1oe Ilover had h(en one of the J inany toilers in ia great city who are ti anxious to change their lot. IIe re- ti fleted that in ::uch a whirtIlpool of hu maimtty the itividultal had little chance, .l and so le deeiled to get out of it as fl sooa) ia lv>.illc. ll )wing to the fact that he knew noth- c ing whatever of the country he inag inted it w;is a line place to he. He j th eatel of the independence of the t farmtr andl of the profit to be made s in cultivating the soil, when it was y done i'I a throulghtly scientific mIatnner. I Ile bought all sorts of books an( c Iinally catne to regard himself as an g authoh(rity on cattle raising atnl up1-to d:tte farmuing. 'T'hen he concluded to y put his itheories into execution. TIhe Few huntdredl dollars hel had C savrcd wuhivttl avail hint little in civil- t 1,ed lcommnitlies, so be dtcttledl to be b) at pionecr. Ile thouezht, with satisfac- tt ...

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. — 20 November 1902

THE PEOPLE'S JORNAL VOL 12.-NO. 40. PICKENS. S. C., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20 !902 9 ONE DfLrAR A Vn~AD MR. HEYWARD'S STATE POLIO HAS PLANS WELL OUTLINE] Tho Dispensary Law Must Ri Respected and the People Ari Expected to Suistain the Gov ernor. Charleston Eyening Post. Following his nomination in tha Democratic primary in September last Capt. D. C. Heyward, who was choser at that time as the nominee of the party, gave expression to the opiniou that inasmuch as he had not been formally elected Governor, being only the candidate of the party, he felt that it was premature for him to give any defilite expression as to his purposes or plans, and that he felt that it was more within the bounds of propriety for him to await the election of No. vember 4 before giving his attention to those matters which come within the sphere of the Governor. This course on the part of the Demo. cratic nominee was entirely proper, and his determination to abstain from any public announcement of an official ch...

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. — 20 November 1902

The People's Journal PU1'1tydlRU, 1:V1HY WE'DNil )AY MlOININ(7, T. J. MAUi IN ............. Editor, W. L. MAHENY.......... Bus, Mgr. Slbscription $1.00 Per Anntun. Advertising Rt des Reas-onable. JCntOreil at the I'o,yt Oflice at Pickea as st?rontl--class mnatter. I'(I;lmN, S. V.,: Thutbn"(y, N1otembIe, t0, 19O?. Stuch we:ather as this November has bniought us loaves no room to comi)plai if ground isn't prepared and wheat in the ground by Thanks giving (lay. a+taF cotton IS still weak but the bulk of it has already been Imalrkelo(1. The crop will not reach such entr in(ttus proportions after all that has be':n said and(] (11 by the Spocu. laitort. 'Tt a on 1g- uiif'ring mrchalt Oi ta ri'i' il \v'-; bIiZl<r 1h th1e stres- of se';vtr:tl year... would be dlt :lit;1 in' Il a (11110 ot f the ltt: s fst thi:r year's ,od cr W'iet r n\I t. N ir; v lt o way h i tcontr much n hap. u etran hls hir and fornh to n :: to lis hn p: he i :hhr t i tdr of pon :ncemerah buot note c!a.tch, be'rs. At...

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. — 20 November 1902

The People's Journal. Notice, to Subscribers ! Laet January noticos were sent to all parties in arrears and duo The Journal on subscription and othorwiso. TheMo notices included indebtedness of 1901 and 1902. Mr. W. L. Mathony is still with the Journal and in charge of these mattors and will be pleased to have all who have not complied with tho reqgost to settle embodiod in the said notices to call oi him at The -Journal office, in the Ath ny brick building, at the rear of W. T. McFall's storo and aruango such indebt 'edness at one. A prompt compliance will greatly facilitato us in placing and 'ooping our busiueos in proper shape, Respectfull,y, T. J. MAULDIN, Pub. The Journal. Local and Personal. -Read land sale notices first on page. -Dr. W. F. Austin will be in fEaaley, Nov. 25 and 26. --Read Auditors and Treasurcrs notice on last page. -W. J. Roark, of Washington, D. C., spent last week with his son, R. R. Roark. -Hon. Thomas W. Bacot, of Charleston, was here Monday on business....

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. — 20 November 1902

he ieople's Journal. PICKENS S. C" I INTO T'Ill; FAC1' tt 8 01"I"I~I? 8it The stars peeped through;ll the win dow at tilw inan, and the man gazed at u the stars. And between them hung g the ebony curtatus of night. ti 'lhe iman was portly and well- a g1rooimedl. 'There wcre diamuonds on it his lgerrs ti upon his cravat. I'here c w"ere gild coins in his pockets. 11it iti a his col, -!ray eyes ;11l around his thin I lips were the (ill lines; of an11guinsh. Th'1rougrh ;10 yeaurs of l ife Jacob n Wlnslow hIa j'utrneyed, over the I' roulgh, weatrisomle road of enlieavor, up the stceep, hauld hill of achievement. l' A 111 under t.he soft s ilight of sue cess, he hd waniered thniiuglh the NV :ardenl.s of fame and weall hh and pop- P uhalrit'1, l.tl,I llhng,. siw-'i ;: as he wVent. y" And at. Iltst he 1ind C4111e face to lae. w with --earl Decath had its linigers of lion his ti oat :iInzeirs that were IV tcehteing, tig;hteing,5Z tighiteinigl ai E;xptetrtin rlrltivine anid surgery, without n...

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. — 27 November 1902

I4 THE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL VOL 12.-NO. 41. PICKENS S. C., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27, A SKETC1[ OF OLD 1ENDLETO1 Some Stories of 1tlhe TownM In portslice nnd Glory in the Lonj Ago. Anderson Daily Mail. Those of the younger generatio who are familiar with the quiet litti village of Pendleton at the preson time can scarcely realize ita former ini portanco and prosperity. Far back in the dim regions of th( past this dull, quaint town was th( center of reflnement, wealth and cul ture. Surrounded by a line agricul tural section, the farm lands afforde< to the wealthy slave-holders ample op, portunity for the successful cultivation of various products. Along its rura] streets echoed the footsteps of famous and gallant men, whose names now adorn the pages of history, and noble, beautiful women, whose gentle, re. fined natures and domestic qualities rendered them capable of dispensing the hospitality for which this section was famed. Perhaps our readers who chance to give the present town a casu...

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. — 27 November 1902

The People's Journal PUBLISIHE) VERY WEDNEBDAY MORNINO T. J. MAULDIN ............. Editor W. L. MATUINY.......... Bus, Mgr Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rites Reasonable 1Cutored at the Post Ofilee at Pickens as second-class matter. PICKENS, S. C.,: Thursday, November, 27, 1902. Old debts are like barnacles they impedo progress and work decay, Got rid of them. With the advantage already gained through the year 1902, thc next year ought to ho easy in com. parison. " w w The man who has not saved corn and wheat out of the 1902 crops enough to last himii through I1903 fools lonesome if lho lives Jin Pick. ens county. ? M " A cotton mill for Pickens would be a welcome addition. Thore is enough money energy and ability in Pickens to bring it. And it will be a fact before many luonthr. Whatever good may be said of Pickens county, it is only a sug. gestion of what Pickens county will be if the people continue in their present ways of industry and economy. M M * 'his week brings...

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. — 27 November 1902

The P'eople's Journal Notice to Subscribers ! Last January notices were sent to a parties in arrears and du The Journ on subsoription and otherwise. Tlei notices included indebto-loe of ]9U and 1902. Mr. W. L. Matheny is still with th Journal and in charge of these innttoi and will be. pleased to have all who hav not complied with the request to sett L enbotliediti the-said not.ioes to call 0 him at The Journal office, in the Anti ny brick building, at the rear of W. '1 AioFall's store and aranuge such i,tob ednoss at once. A prompt comupliauc will grea.tly facilitato us in placing an keeping our business in proper shape, Respoctfin l y, T. J. MAUIDIN, Pub). The Journal. Local and Personal. --Ernest Folger and sister, Misi Lucia, visited ICasley Sunday. -Llo,yd Grandy, of Furmat Univernity, spent Sunday at home -Miss Dora Clayton, of thi Mala section is visiting at th< home of J. B. Nowbory, -A Horse Swappers Conventior will be hold at Pickens next Mon day, Tuesday and Wednesday....

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. — 27 November 1902

The People's Journal. PICKENS S. C. "A MAN NAMED SMITH." Zabulon Smith dealt in real estate at Arkville when there was anything doing. When real estate was dull he sold coal and wood, rented houses and placed insurance. His career for twenty-lve years had been an un broken one, when two important events occured. H1is good wife died alxd was buried in the new addition to the cemetery he had sold to the town pfiself, and the funeral was hardly over when he received news that a dis tant relative had died and left him a legacy of $10,000 in cash. A few weeks later, when . the money came, Zebulon Smith astonished Arkville and the surrounding county by declaring that he wa going abroad. He not only declared his intentions, but lie packed his trunk and left 5,000 people holding their breath in amanizement. Mr. Smith spent three or four days inNew York before sailing. ie had hardly registered at a hotel when he observed a stranger looking him over with apparent interest, and later on this s...

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. — 4 December 1902

7 THE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL VOL 12.-NO. 42. PICKENS S. C., THURSDAY, 1)ECEMBER 4, 1902 ~ TEDDY HAS NOT APOLOGIZI WI[AT CLUB WOMEN Al )OING. Bill Arp is Reconelled to t Iden of Womn's Clubs-T' Unblushing IilIence Roosevelt. Atlanta Constitution. I've been watching these women these club women. For a long timi did not like the name, but I am rect ciled. I never visited a man's cli but once. It was a gathering of ye nice, well behaved social gentlom with eatables and drinkable int background, but no body partook excess while I was there. The exce came afterwards, if it came at all. 1i i woman's club has neither eatabl nor drinkables nor cigars. Of cour it is a very social gathering, but the mean business and they do it. On a few years ago a few ladies of th town determined to do something f< the town and they formed " Ti Cherokee Club," and soon had mo: members and wont to work. All th members had passed their teens an the married ones had laid by the crop. They secured a charter an then...

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. — 4 December 1902

%ople's Journal. Pt ..a.-:u I:YEHY wstNIC;DAY MOtNtNo. T. J. MAULDIN ............. Editor. W.L. MAT1ENNY..........3is, Mgr. Bubscription $1.00 Per Anntun. Advortising 1. tC Heasontable. Cntorod at tl11 P 'it O lico at Pickonts aH 4econ d-el;;s matter. P'1C1 F.N.$, S. C'.,: Thursday, )eeuiber, 4, 1102. The South Carolina Methodist Conference conveoned inl Nowborry this week. Small-pox is re'ported > ho ra ging in sone sectimns of South Carolina. It is now prroposed to estalllish a now county to ho called Calhoun and to be composed of parts of old Edgotiel p, Abhv ille and ( reen wood counties. Thanksgiving Day vO geencrally Observed in thin, setion. tv. V body soemecl to accept the oxecu tive proclamations as the guide for that day. ex-Giovernor liniel 11. Chm berlain passed thtough S~ut Carolina last we.:k. Is it prolat blo that he rocognizoa any sign ( his work in this state of albou twonty-six years ago? Herr Krupp, of( Gormany, inl vontor of destructive army guny diod and was ...

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. — 4 December 1902

The People's Journa] Notice to Subscribers . Last January notices woro so'ut to a )artiov :n arrears and duo 'T'lo Jov, u on subscription and otl Olw;ro. The< not'oes included indobLai'os. of 11.1( and 1902. Mr. W. L. Mitherv is st'll wi,i t:. Journal and 'u oltrgo o' tr L r and will be plcastcd toa 1--ivo oil who i:av not compl'ocl witht W1e regt'eat ;o to:4! embodied in the at:d noticas to c.ll o him at T:- Journal oflic3, in the Ana tc ny brick building, tt the .ta. of V. 'I MoFall's store artl a' aaogo sun'3t indobt ednors at once. A pro'np>t compFal'c will groatly facilitai us in pi:' aifg an koopiug our busiaos in propcr shape, Respectfully, T. J. MAULDIN, Pub. Tho Jou'ual. Local and Personal. -A. R. Craig from the Keowet was in Pickons Tuesday. -The pretty fall seasons a.r over and nearly evory day brings showors of rain. -Just received a car load of fine Tennessee mules. Are for salo at a bargain. J. Frank Crane. -Dr. J. L. Bolt made a business trip to Anderson last Sa...

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. — 4 December 1902

,". il' &1eopo s Journal.1 . PICKENS So O. d p .IMPUD)ENCE. 1 q 1 A group of three-two girls and a cat. The halo of womanly daintiness t surrounds them ; a lace-trimmed t hf4nkerchief here, Cinderella slippers v there ; a high-plumed tiara on the t table and the last worn dress across d the chair. t One pair of black eyes looking out upon the world with a deep, winsome wonder-seeing visions and trying to blink away the shadows ; one pair of blue eyes, practical, everyday, sympa thetic ; with a great jetty-black cat lying in the lap of the first, its golden green orbs fixed restlessly on her face and her two hands clasped across its silky coat. The black eyes twinkle as they meet the blue. "What do I see In your face ?" questioned the blue-eyed girl, "some thing has happened, tell me ?" For answer theother placed taper ing lingers at the parting of the lips and ispered. " -hi you mean Cousin Jimmie? ,;ii?ghtful-I Charming I" Sparks of fun and lighthearted hap piness scintillate f...

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. — 11 December 1902

THE PEOPLE'S JURNAL VOL 12.-NO. 43. PICKENS S. C., THURSDAY, I)ECEMBER 11, 1902. - ...--.-..--s,wr r .ra.... .... w r... r .. ..ON E DOLLAR A YEA THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. 4IIAT 1iE T1I1NKS CON GRESS OUGHT TO 1)0. Regulate the Trusto--Let the Tariff Alone an(d Provide Re ciprocity With Cuba. The most important features of President Roosevelt's annual message are contained in the following ex tracts: In my message to the present Con gress at its lirst session I discussed at length the question of the regulation of those big corporations commonly doing an Inter-State business, often with some tendency to monopoly, which are popularly known ae trusts. The experience of the past year has empliasized, in my opinion, the desira bility of the steps I then proposed. A fundamental requisite of social efil ciency is a high standard of individual energy and excellence; but this is in io wise inconRistnnt, with nower to act in combination for aims which cannot so well be achieved by the individu...

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. — 11 December 1902

'I Peon s Journal. i:lCD E4VEIZY wEDNEsDAY MORN INC. . MAULDIN ............]litor. .L. IATIENY..........3us, Mgr. Subsoription $1.00 Por Aunum. 1~ Advertieiug Rit(K R1easo nall)le. ered at the Post OGieo at 'ickoia aK tonl-clhss matter. P'ICKIE:NS, .. U.,: hrlursdaty, December, 11, 1 02. The male colleg in South Caro.. lina that;has not had t r'w he tween professors and students dur ing 1902 is an exception. It is to bo hoped that the future of Furman lniycrsity it w t to ho left in the control ot a faction 01 foolish, head-strong b .ys. . Fu r. man ought to profit by the expo riencos of other tc4hools, an-l legin in timo to save lrsolf. The Newborry ieraid a nd N ews in endeavoring to report fully tla proceedings of tho South Car'olinr Coffleco, (lii a valulel sorvien (< " e m1emb1erah'1p Of the; 'Aethoisi Ciurclh an( H1 ow(e(: 0lter)ris qui to coisiStent with Iprogresiv Nowbrry l)001)1. CNVNt:i1IONS AND SCN401.). ( of4 Ii flasoason of roli;11..ius Cnv nI d conf(arvnv,-F, at t i...

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. — 11 December 1902

Notice to Subscribers l,-Sjt Jtanit ry llotiei were isent to all 1)ttit i-r ers anli (i<ln' Thel Journal on Hn)cm i-ricn awnl othmrwiHo. uo notices inchauled indlobte.t;esm of 1901 an<d 1902. Mr. W. L. Mlathely itll ii withll the Jorin1l and ill chatrgo of IhcHe ma11tIters nkd will lb) )leatsol to have ill who have not comp)liedt wIt.h t.be requesnot to set tie eiotlb) liol in the ii lnoti t (1 t"ll il him at 'ho Journal ot'ic, inl tlhe Athq-c) n.y hn wk bailcling, at the rear of W. 1. leat ll's torie and ii rt:angr i' n101 ' *iI i: el 'n at once. A1 1)lemi ( em)i1l ;'.l!( o .,(:tly f-uiilitatc, ais;inl 1iacing antd ko'pmg ortr buainess' in p"-"or sIl," Reslcpect fu111v. T. J. MAUl)IN, 1'uh, '['he Jollrinl. Local and Personal, -D)r. Austin will 1) in Easles Dec. 16 and 17. -J. E. Pals;3oI hus imove( into the hollso formiorly occudl)1sc1 'by WV. 1I. Prine., -Lloyd Crandy, of Furnii, has beon spending sev 'n1ral d ays at 1 0111C, --Miss Nettio Symmes.of Green villo is visitinlg ...

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. — 11 December 1902
Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 1 January 1903

E. S 1 4 -\ -~ -t- c 14I 1)1 IC1;NS S. . '1I1[1,stA JAN?. .[.L'LiL1J PALMETT 'GLEA IN'GS flinor Events of the Week In a Brief Porm. 'rhe legislative eommnitte spent last. week at. Clemson College investigating the workings of the college. ''hoy went through every department of the cot loge and. -made a iost thorough inves tgatioll. The (oitittee iN composed of the following: Senator W. N. Gray (101 , of Abheville. Senator-elect P. L,.. H-ardin of Ches, ter and lon. T. Hi. Rtainsford. nemler of the house of rep r-ntati(S from (1dgefleld. These gen tltmt expre.sed thesmel 'es as he Ing delighted with what they saw. and snrprjsed at. the s1ope and eq(uipmnat bf the college. WY(dneesda night a uottage on the olutskirt N of Florcle was burned an(] with it n 5-year-oid son of S. Brunson, the c(lored mail who Iived in the bous;e. It is Faid that .Rrunson was not at home and his wife, after putting th ("hild to hed, locked the door and left t he house. When the flames were (is covered they ...

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. — 1 January 1903

A Iussaln wvho ehails to 1ir '1ini;l man advertiae5 for ant Amverl'an wi!:' .Wlih $50,000. It looks as if nob)l.'!,tj Wvere gtt ting lessO expen'is. ' It is said that the Shah of l'rs licops $50.000.00 in r:tly luunte. Tis" is one of tie (''cirtIulstan'es whivli te(!l 10 lak(' th!'e li'e of (I e [''':i:::1 a: sels'o: -unlenlt:mr'it. '1''l' iDokl:hrobllts nvt'r h(an:rtl of T'!ai leyraill . Ini, 1 t onte OI' hi: ninX;ints. "li1' alr+ of t(:al 1111 1nu c % tnl." wou!:I he I:-e fu11l to 1in1 l'I it' they wvot!h l Il:y iit htari and ' d .it It :lannot h. dol tc(i that v wonI'n arte colln;; to r''I'.er te " ir ien s i li'." lo l "i'aiti, \we't sto'll i en:toli l tit,i t h os ( '11 nts h : hoot! s ,( :I I'hur gla:r. A :I:lt' l11si mr st i p .s - l In have rou ialt lin h o the IvIliiieninins O ;s a s i'g (tN.i : 1. ni 1 I e 1Og i l t' fbilt ' 1:11 Iri('l to Swell to x : t:i s (rly\'t' n iiiI t I gra A n -,-,y 1.:l nte1';1t " ic s is s I'h Io ore :lt :-::ila iinto 1oilb t ttisItal:e 11or'- i...

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 January 1903

OLD-TIME AUF WIr il." .f:Itnt4'rt ac' .ult" f t is u "l n.v,7c)" :an, a (f l ;11 1 .r ote "a t )lli a p rt il( th ri,:t',:ii '"arev\.t,l" and tnot <liite c'<;uii ! "nt to tl ed'rtq bye'l." It, is I)ronot)m1-et't :1i,1rolXitul T lit il' ;ite a'1's 'e'at"lct at last, 1I:t Iltl ini lilacs dlownt (te htue; I1 iu Iu'-I i11 d, an<l. is sht' p)t;t, 6 iook she b;a-kw;i'i vast, .\il l .ll < "' .\ wllt itl 'ds'hcl',i i ,p . ':1 1' rnl t':le;r g:t'atll llit. up) te stail ! ~ ~ ~ ~ u Ii:;' iilni (l'i"o " i):liu \h hi:(t chln 'br, who r-h air o i i "t I ill utItu l It " ' c 14t+ ' r ' ;i , StiIp.. atil I il''('lii li i l " t ig'; liit'wii It~ ~~~~~~~gil a1 oiyai \gu; tS is Iul t ht-a' thei i <' 1'lI held uls.i teIlti She .,1t1 -'.\ull B3y Al1et l \ke il3 'i'l 11u he pei oi w ii e l l"qt" aYitit' t ihc::'I I:: :i t tt lt l' .uk"4' lt bi. 1t i ' t wii i I Pc !I's ' ,:' i \t:ll t l it ,,' '' iti I It'1!';It It II:i \t i ,.! 1; lil the leti' II ' I i n o fi t il ht, ' Ill ,'(i t in: i...

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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