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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 1 January 1903

The People's Journal. WNMBD EVERY WIEDNESDAY MORNINO. . . MAULDIN .............Editor. *.I. MATHENY..........Bus, Mgr. Saobwription $1.00 Por Annum. Advertising Ratos 1Easonablo. SnVered at the Post Office at Pickens as second-dlass matter. PICKENS, S. C.,: Thursday, January, 1, 1903. Don't go too fast trying to test those good resolutions for the new year. A * 0 Next Monday is salesday. Some good bargains are offered if you are looking for a home. The last three days of 1902made the Treasuror's oflice the busiest place in Pickens county. * * * This is the season when the un fortunate need and appreciate most overy manifestation of true charity. The old year goos out cold-the now year is ushored in unceremo niously with snow and sleet and ice. * * * If you havn't paid your taxes there is a provision of law by which this obligation may be cancelled with a penalty. *0 Come out January the fifth and take a band in the hidding on saleBday when soveral dosirable tracts of land will be so...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 1 January 1903

The People's Journal. Local and Personal. Dr. G. W Earlo is still quito sick end unable to be out. -Miss Stephens, is visiting hor relative, Mirs. Elizoboth Thompson. -Mrs. J. Leo Carpenter is visi ting her father, Maj. J. J. Lewis, -A. Brandon Taylor of Fur,. man University spont the holidays with his parents. -George Rook, of Lake City, Williamsburg county, is here visi ting relatives. -W. F. Mauldin, Clemson Col logo student spent the holidays at home in Pickens. -Dr. Lucius L. l+lrlo, of Georgetown is at home with hib parents and family for the holi days. -On the 5th of January, 1903, the Town Creek School will open with Mrs. K. L. Cureton as teacher. -.Harry It. Harris and friend from Greenville took several davs outing in this county during the .holidays. Tho young people of Pickens en ,joyod a pleasant evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Harris on the 20th ult. r -Miss Josephine Stephenson. a student of Wllliamston Female Col logo spont the holidays with her parents in ...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 1 January 1903

riro -y \"I I' t. h it Ho,m -, has 4win 4ie< )lllll1l a l 11 \ t'1i:t ill its list i1'y , I I\ i1" 1itiai-:i'iiia'l:Is licicy o: ale i h :,'' re !el t('i it wIh wm: 1for ihl 'e !hti' a t :1y'a noet a combIecie i hlei'i'.t louei' t n - -el of t i ifS :.. i .: I: x b n ni lt it a11 |ji t ei t 111 l' "!I i i r , i l the e ir ic i nuel;;11_ a !! l l ot iItll a' s lll l : 1 1 'i tt "i1lt 1:w .1: i;,111 l th loils ofa -1 .l :i i o : l l. e 't "11'll. 1 T h lt tl1li lrs tl : iiiit.v, Ilil: ll w |lil , ;clllr i 41- ,In gI:n11 pI+rIb':r n il thet s -ervanls tol 1!: ' l h!1 i ] ill ) tilllre (b j t erlli".. 'Il ( : +'1 11I I':1111ii; ' in I('r iiw Iilu ' :1't he i t loor.'t TN . iI f-. irtiv )o l IuI I.11 . s r I 1i s- Iur hlt-" '. .I't(n c n ld, ne I t he \ Il' Iin deui t n.l- 1:1) it w i r/ lltin guI1ri m1 eII n-.1' 1i '!',"d f-:x -'t lli.' ' I t i l i l ; l , \ r ' ' ler:l bu1 t I'n1+r 1t l,t rf thl .I.i.t' o 4'1 1 pt1( il * t!11 1 Il n l 14 1'' } !"'.a .:t 1ld ! '' ltt "\\'hlll ll ,m t...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 1 January 1903

THE OLD FO' Are Never Without for Catarri Mt. AND 11 It. J. 0. ATKI U NI)1 Idt :ate of .1(uiary 10. 1S97. I). i artm i u rceived 1te tiilowing lett'r: \vy wife h.ad bern Stli ng1J u l;m a c l - i:(tlint oi t li ".i--( lor' t e i; t twenty .tit' (e yea ir.. "ie r "ea-w bi h il( e t h ;,kI iu ill of So t" of the nio th u, atd p iian. (n ao h(er worst tr 'lots wa-( ho ni- (cO;sti(:tion. (' (sVer.(I y r .tr;' ' tandling. ' " he" ;c'; Ia wa -tisin thirough that mttl( r,-ritical 1(r0 - i.n n 11he lit(" of a womnf"1 <"inge (r of lif. In .lu:l(, Io . I t eO(" tO you almt hIer i( . Y(e Ou aidvised a o l . f a'rti n I i \l un;lil w rich wt. :t Ou( 1r il no ted.sti al Ive to( y I it , mnl, t. ired her. ell tirmiv hlier v(esith t sil+ wIuld 1\h ("an l th-d!only for the e wn der-full riu "Aol tor.- e "a l btle 1 tro t VO11 about myB Own KLtE, of (td..av rc which 'hia hi". Of ltuc .1ty-tic"v c"years'>,tandIingl. :\t tirnes wts a not pa:t ,in". I (o fthnr uec to use I'(" n:1 .'ording to olr ...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 1 January 1903

% THE INI OF FLO v.' \\OS " \'. i 1:, ji I ryt eu i lti t . eiltl h11',' :tlneh'l Itl.' 4 - l yI Ini2ts. 'Iwilih2 t11 :4' :1t II :14I'\. ::tl l t I t i l k i. oy,. Inr'1 ,'tl tlh r .i i. m. h mew:i 11 I n! 1:t'4w -1.11 r'1:11I w 1!II .'- 1isi :t4'eil1. "'I'tt I1 I i:Ci l 't'11i2:. I1 V II 1': I :i rllllI'.' 'I', he Ii bu w h n :I t hli e 11 1' I - " I li t Tr 1 : 1h4d1 \\ 4' I lI I ,' ' :14' t I'e I i'' lets 44."' Ien't , . w111\'" : - :1iii, motlt 'ti ni, t " s 'l el gi:tS 1 ' "l." }I h I1l''. 1 n1't " . 1 e ('s 1ii 1 . "1 i' 'S not jrnl.". I \\"!si! N ,"li,' t"aI 'll ll'' I11 sI)r't't , 4 -I w i h .4 -n> :4 -12ii Iess fo o it < li, :11 , .a . "I'il' boy24 .'" TI ' ritt hel I'll l il. 1 I n .-t wt Ir. , , 1:I btl' i .::ne s's Fi,' in,i x i. . ' I:'t10 :l 1,1111 b i I h tiie s '111. I 's iol \" . 4 , I !i :" '': t i1 1 I t :i',l ~ h 1l l :'" ib I i' I1 ,li. ' It t'I I- . 2 :lit l t":4 i i 11' n. oly11 I t 1 ui :l" \: \t ' fI t * : 1 " 4.t '.X t , h2) i I i 4l l. :1 1'': 1 2' 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. — 8 January 1903

_LTHE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL. VOL. x1P- rICKENS, S. C,, TI URSDAY, JANUARY 8. 1903. PALME1O_of6LEANINGS. I'inor Events of the Week In a Brief Form. Saturday night about 9 o'clock Dr. Andrew N. Gray of Columbia fell dead in th'. bridge kecper's house at the foot of (b'rvai; street. Dr. Gray con iwets a drug store in lrooklyn and lives In Cohamnbia. lie had walked ai-ross th Congaree bridge and had tried to catch the 8:46 car. Ilaving llnisseid hi>. car. Dr. Gray went into the hotlst" of Mr. I,ybrand, the bridge kepr, andi wis talk lug and joking with thisO around the fire. Mr. I.y bralnd says that. Dr. (.ray wits stand lug with his back to the fire auci was appmrently in good heaith and spirits when lie took a step forwards as if to .go to the loor. He fell forward upon his fac, and when Mr. laybrand and otihers in thi' room got to him1n and tulrncd him over. Dr. Gray was quite dead. lie was subject. to attacks of this kind, and hiis death. while unexpected. was not in1h of a shoek to h...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 8 January 1903

There 1r 1n1 :::;.;:: :'s lot Not t'nt tlil to o art i ll :mt'tl 1 a y 1111h1 asp:I;i:rtiantls tr. t!e ' t - "Tv or of, Il:t' llains"' r :,lijr. r!.t : rb A har in- liiah. N. Y w\a.; a 1'csta t s:I:t tiniet"Illr. u:Ain', the1 i to w\'el for:' St .:-'I ttl ;lt l1n'r . I (':4 1 ;1 1t1h It ;-",!: rally it'tttrchl tl :Illcd he4'l tII na: 14 \;ii:t t h:u-h r: ,l .t'( ,h <' <'1'!Illt", . \h'ial aw ui l it' ei ne (44':. Iuti' al I tt th ies rleI likelt' 1 e i f ii ' ll I Ih iii' 1n' li;'s, [ :tgilt' I I - slittelc r44t \ squatltons iif 1uton0 bil 44 \4 iry. ' Inna1hinll' ('(4:ippedI w\ it h a ra,I>l ir ',I)it! 'I' l l t I l ! t t l ! t1 1 " I I' i; l i ' 4 t l '1 ' l l lca \ ' 'rl rl I4he lithl tC o4 ': 11 :I I I\'ity c 1 4 t4 : l 4l 4.' . : ;. 'el r ' .o' ' tt t' tit'atll w\'" -apons8 t:! lti: ; t:Ili'r ". 1.: 11;:l'y lilt -r i l 1 i . '..'-' . '('ii I :(l i 1 '.li \ :r't j .'\" ! lt' i.1 :' t' hi . \ : Il;;i "l i '"I ': 111 l- .- i i , . \ t' .tt' !.r tt" ;4 4 t!llt I;I. (4 !1;;...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 8 January 1903

Bayonet,ing " 'ssIA has acoptlt'c a gro te"scltr httt pra-tical inc"llh(1( of iusti eting younlg atlhlitrs (, in thet usr of llte bayonelut. .'The authoLrilic's derun nstr'at'cl to thetir .wni S:tlisfaction tihat (1th m usu l h'tyo itet exc'rc"lsps, whit-h ar' :1 W1rt (1f the trc'_ hlit drill, dil hot1 lit : imant ior eft feective work in ac"ttual wa.:rf':r'e. An it;genioins warrittr orl-c.ivc'<l ite den": or ha:Ving ilte yonnn Ih pIc r ai:c 1 -r 2 ' S E L TcN NO.. of eChiit wasi, ih '' . .:-I. :lkhN .- - - ) - - h ,:c . e r . ar" al b ;i STHE LANSING v, Si.(.'i 9'. tii'aiiiui i nni tp Iit I. Tll' XK{Uh l. 01-' Ill.I I i t' e opilIon ofl Priofetssori l'phai~ mi. lilt I.ainsing 'skeleiton tofftis pr'olmly I 1 his 'iti lit, ye1 ii is only' ai third,uI th iI"Unbly inly ':n' e ith i'i'; as, iiu '4.l1 es:m ld ha': i heSo m \:.''.h \' nipilih' ia 1 ps liof i I''r n , oi lii . I-impllements ifuly '100 .0 e r iiU- en ii.-a probablny be i e l pi* ..t'\'l'r' i h:n. i ':iuien hi lbi"t -pi. ...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 8 January 1903

he People's Journal. MA1tyllttt EVERY WENES)AY MOJN1No. J. MAULiN.IN ..........Editor. L. MATLIENY..........Bus, Mgr. Bublcription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising It des Rteasonable. ntWrod at tl+ Post. 01h11e at Pickons a,'onid-elas8 mat.tor. PICKENS, S. CC.,: Ti,1ursulay, .January, s. 1903. A WORD TO SC1100.-TE_AClERS. A contribution from "Magistor" ppearing in this issuo brings .nely reflect ion s on the cond it ions f school hildings in this country, a well as the ordel of work anl orry to which the patient school ,achors are sijecel. As Io r.e mrks, if the stcces4tfl teache'r iould give his time and the energy e displays in the school house to ny ordinary btusiness his success -onld, in most cases, bo assured. ,chool teaching is one of the most xacting of occupations. It is a rofes en-a worthy call ilg in olving sacrifico-but school teach rs have their roward in the know edg' that is Continually brought o them that they are helping to hlape character and build a worthy itizonship....

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 8 January 1903

The People's Journal Local and Personal. -W. 1H. Ashmore is confined t his bed with the grippo. - 1V. F. Austin will be ir Easlo n :l. 13th and 14th. --Ivy M. Mauldin, ES(l. and wif aro on a visit to Central this week -Fred Archer of Anderson, hat l)COn added to the forco of thu Journtl. --1I iss. Essie Earlo has returned from a visit to her aunt, Mrs. King at Charl->tto. -Mr. W. E. Stephenson ro turned SaturdAy from a blsilnose trip to Georgia. --.J. M. G illospio of Anderson's Mill paid an approc.ated call at our oflice Monday. -Miss Elma Ashmore, of Len dorinan, S. 0., is visiting ior cousins the Misses Ashmore. -Mrs. Mamie Hughes of Rich land, S. C. has been ofn a wee1's visit to the family of Maj. J. J. Lwis. --Rev. B. E. Grandy lost his fine black hors, Friday night. It was thought it died of "blind stag. gora." -Miss Kato Ifester has roturned from a visit to her sister, Mrs. Gresham, who lives in Atlanta. -Miss Alary E. Swann of the Graded School returned to Pickens Satutr...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 8 January 1903

"1huu; :l .-- 1-- .t I.v1r ' t" + :iiiu. tI An': :1' " .)v'or all. lnt"'wa.tt " f:>r the .-titin!' Tllu 'I 11 :t, :Ik t",1nig 41 e .\wd tranipe t-thl' t ,i't.r.artil (ar, () bI r.i of j:w. f1.) .nl t') '''t :i< t' Fron h No ring-dovv'. 1110.111 1 in 1Ily throait, Tlhy hlart I-'-vi'r yo:'inL 1rnve ---t the bt h. anI t t }ri:Ial The 03::04, ln"ril I:ri . Fall to t!:v t,w iI \ Il't ' " ''t ill"'l ' 1'rm\tttl tiV Spl':ia'or. waI ri)r bird, Anl of thy ,i.lri"a ton'' No ():. t" b,, rr ;:". " ,-vrr .tirredt 1 'I.tn "4' iikt' tial'' A m .: t "rrC .'\ . n --i II ' ' 1 ii*'1' Mi O :tt 'rl:Ii.11r T u' m: - th.- - ;t L . i - - t I 4 44 i. - - '4\ 1' I.n:it .: -- :. "i " \I, 1" n eb ' all . :I iill 'it 1 is i I]i I'' 1t ' ':: tl t n1 Iit l iit 11,~~ 411 1 l . - . il't lIL til ('i 1 bh i u1 . 'I ii.' t ha I at his -inTS: ll .: I "I 111'1 a : l .it I1 - o we t1 n 1 i- 4."'lir.til-t 1 ' . v ta llres it b iI a* ' i)'' itumn. 14t4nt So h( st1p. ."'i r" -M it : hlavt" thl'ir s ay l 'll w.: l1 \1...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 8 January 1903

Coughinq "I w.'s !,'.'1 ulp to die w"1h 1uicli coluIin.in I then hegin use Ac::'sCh-:rry Pceoral. I improved .!t on:1:e, :I'd !:li now in mlall, t.lht):I: .'l, i\. Y. tco 1sky, playing with y}o.:r ;'otghl. The 11rt thing you know 'Ill be down i dcer in your lungs and the pla y, m:ilt be over. Be gin early with Ayer's f Cherry Pectoral and stop the cough. I ' . j ro . e , 1 r l k iti i ary CI'4 " . (:th. , 4.c e. . A f: OV loisoN COOK. cco .,cd.d for P'ercois Not Too xci _d to Use it. "I! v: ; i 1) an e:4;clent iiia , or ve- f niy t ! ('e ! ! h - : .i r-' I {(1 .'' Wi l a4 . . i(: : N 1w Y) (1(' ,'<- . !i' . i i I. ,v.: 1 hat of' i l: : .' ' ( ". ' 've had m' t: l < . ! I ' :i ,):'.i, by : ,t1l('O lt t. it:.! 1!.l a:1)r4.1 -i;y 44: :140k -ps, Ii.! "n nm:'. :;nv' 44I'h md ri :l1;( :( .1 :ill:tl \\aS c it for t-i :aljiug r t:pi t{ " is ,he :r('e4 tling4 in (a st's: O: Pli:'.olin:,. !ty the tin ti ne 111 't' 1 t)l frtin a doctor or dru;ist it it; ofil n ',t(4 !Ite to Savt ih1' pa ...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 8 January 1903

THE BRIBE 7 ith oe oil day - itt.urel piously, 'JniIore 'n itbs. 1) (;utl. I l) . Andl tI )wtul(mbita chlur,ch to "1'hce. A t.an%l(i4 hphi s shall be I1:1. I mitay ha\ ih' sreng;h I ta .i. W'l h tl cgAIned he .nl rt ve tlntce nuote b'.'e *esl t fmatliutt. i.ly a eic to hii It1rt'. V 1tlrights (of t ther.+ hhind. nitkt"d the t)ncx w\ho h:a-t'<l his wayt% An ap*tvrn'e l ibe" w. Irc tle'. 'epin: lay. THE "X" A Dranm4ic Story of the BY MARY 1101111ymon111 hnad bar-ely rei(liti its Z4it1 h whenl "a / hf ll frtn till- blu ." inl the t Ii.. . 'f ;' 'i" r'rlIJa . ' f ' I lttiii t'r t to1 vii,' :nr ;ht ,ii' liy'ltl ii1 the ".'' ''pers S 4I on "Ar - i rt+u l1 th, ' li of I I In N a1iri\.it i h : it ar rs I11y : - .it' ! : t t i th, Ir ' i ll l : 1 h h\ I' ";t !1 h1. : :rt : 1.. a i?im . 1i'I II 4'i14 . lt'm i'ni bl. i !t l'r1 t h4," ' ! l.t-titail-'F 4 h -.' .I ,41 ,"~li''e \1 :7< - ,1, ini I11y br'illiti in 't "n1. I t ill :"n ",,i inl II' .''r tl || - E ll I l l ;i lll :1 t1ing ll tn ...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 15 January 1903

l1 . S POPL E'S AOURNAL . T I Vo.Xi ~CK IN S, S. C,, T l l .R S DA Y, ,1 A NIiA?RY 15, 190: N tE A FIERCE BLIZZARD. Extremely Low Temperatures Afflict Northwest, LAKE MICIlIGAN BOATS FROZEN UP Street Cars Forced to Suspend Oper. ations-Blizzard at Niles and Three Rivers. Detroit, Iiel., Special.-I.ower Michigan has been in the grasp of a alnow storm11 Sunday, that in the west tern part of the State assumed the proportions of a blizzard. Lake Mioli gun is lashed by a 40-mile wind Into a condition that made it impossible for boats to leiave their h(eithis. At Benton harbor. the street ear servic' Is stalled and Sunday trains on the M. B. H1. & C. RLailroad hall to be aban ,ioiied. Three Rivers and Nilcs report a hiizzard, the teinperature very low and trains delayed) by the snow. At (rani Itapids the storm is the worst of the season nil(1 the temperature lais fallen 20 (egrc(s since noon. At 11 o'clocl it was 10 degrees above zero with I he wind blowing a gale. Iu llc troil fi\e i...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 15 January 1903

The new Chinese Minister is said t be a widower. Here Is more work fo the gossips who love to prophesy mat { rimnony. 'Tire stat of nIlissoutri has no stat( tlag. "It has a great seal," says one o 1the l sat'5 papers. "it coat of arms with Iw hears uponl it, and a splendid Ilatin l::otto. ilut there is no state t'ag. ' 'T'he ('iinese of New Yorkl C'ity arte planning to ('I't a hospital in tho ('inaIt(1111 Ithe.e where th('ir sick may be Innreai by physiciians of their' o\wnl rare. 'I'! is huspita, if it is estab:ishc(, is to be c)nducted oi the Oriental plan, and will 'e it distinct oility inl the 1'llite! ;ateS. II is an astt,liSiinig faet tlhatt the bi ' is 'keping pate with the auto ml.ile in 1-':11'-as legarIs popuha1ri ty. ll I. 8 t here but -184,11 1 by (veles in the ountry as a ugaist I, 1(1i, 7;S in 190i, when the tax on theml1 net 1ed the natiOnlat II'elasuryi $1, 258;80, as against .Y1$.2tlt) f(om1 the 5::81; auto ml(ile The population stalist.ics of lidia are claimt 3 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. — 15 January 1903

A CHANCE. She possessed a mind discerning, That was stored and eraminnl with learning And her thoughts, forover burnlug, Site eottid euitaby express All her sontentc,- woro rottnie.l And her wvortis imposing sotiitod; 1 wvas really ciltitt. astountled As I listn1uti, 1 contess. !t wa i ithenr an intliction, All tii vcr'i,al onrestriction, But bi'r v'- anen if dition. :aehlt crlus ttil 1')'tss' li praso And thu ticitt iful sele,irt iti (t t[b-t wu),t, aiui the":'~ir n tinp lol int ir': :11,,,. cerre t iti.i',,tuu 'I hey were eilulto b% ot.i all praise. But I saw her very Intely, And sio did not'tiilk ornately. All that lalit;uago msave and stately She no lou;,- r ke !t on tap. SIe was saying. '"3ssums, dddumnsl 'ller,o Ibad old jIn got hiddutms, In his ittlzzr.'4 i'cious kidkums To tho baby in her lap. -Chicago )ally Nows. All's Well That Ed Wel. A STORr OF FOUR-SIDED LOVE. 1. lie looked for the most, part straight in front of him as they walked across the field side by side. I[is 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. — 15 January 1903

The People's Journal. I =BD EYBTY WEDNESDAY MOflINO. , j.. MAULDIN ............. Editor. W. Z. MATUENY.......... Bus. Mgr. aoeetption 81.00 Per Annum. Advertising R+tes Reasonable. anberOd at the Post Offce at Pickens as second-class matter. PICKENS, S. C.,: Thursday, January, 15, 1903. REFORM FROM THE SOURCE. it would pay the state and coun ties bettor and be more effective in results to the taxpayers, if the leg islators, Instead of making trips to Clemson College or to other places wher9 their visits have heretofore proven of little good, would take that time in reflccting upon (he al ready tax ridden people they repre sent and got down to good, earnest planning with the United purpose of working the reforms they talked so much about on the stump. Something to save expense should have their support above any per sonal pleasure that might be de rived from legislative visits which are farces. AS TO PENSION APPLICATIONS. Attenti:%n of all Confederate Vet erans, and all persons inter...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 15 January 1903

The People's Journal. : Local and-Personal. -It pays to advertise. -Run your business, or your business will run you. -W . B. Nichols, of below Eas ley, was in town Friday, -Pink Johnson, the livory man of Fasley was in town Saturday. -Col. D. K. Norris, of Cateochee Was in town on lusiness last weok, -When a iman 's in love he doesn't know axle-greaso from butter. -Mrs. J. L. 0. Thompson, who has been ill for some time, is im provig. -S. W. O'Dell, an energetic young citizon of tho county, was in town Saturday. -R. E. Bruce, of the Heath Bruce-Morrow Co., has been on a visit to Greenville. -Mrs. N.E. Thornley is on a vis it to her daughter, Mrs. Seabrook, in Goldsboro, N . C. --C. Frank Roark, of Easloy, is spending a few days with his brother, Robert R. Roark. -It is likely that the inaugura tion of Gove'rnor-elect D. C. Hey ward will take place about the 20th Inst. -Mrs. William S. Iunter, of Seneci has been on a week's visit to her father, Muj. J. J. L,wis, re turning home Satur...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 15 January 1903

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Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 15 January 1903

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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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