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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 15 January 1903

MdOVENOn\ S A By Gov. McSweeney to the Genera Assembly. AT SESSION BEGINNING JAN. 1311. Chief lixecutive (IIv's Som,: Sound Ad' ice to the Law-t1akers of the I'nlnett( State. 'IT'' following is iII s hbstatn (' thi;' an n I al l 'st of Ilo. MI les II. Me s .n(y, Governor f Soith Carolina, 1".;l, t 1 h houses of tilt, Generlatl As'idy ;the' Geanrl .\ssembly: ra t1 h fron the people to I. t , . " tilt weIfarc of Suittii - i art nattiy grave b ia' . int g s.cittiOn. It is :t nI. ;'?laiit with opplor'ttllnitie'S and( T': . b, <lenan<l for' - I 't tt l and f,1l i a'' . lIt' ttffic' of legis rr'* i r I,t of 'Cat 1 .ossibility. Yotl Ii 1 1''" : :y I -it l tr'd n of t;1: tt1'ph ati at tihi' . .. i I i i t ' 'til e il i t ! . : (l . V on' -l ' th laws Siti this ' ait t ' l.: it \\ r i. - ut tsi of' ;il i -'." \ i ll iti I n i !,*' \t " I ;l ,1 'tl tl 1 11I 1 wt; ili - - I I 'i ' i ' , \\, :"il I'I' t it - - t lllt la . - -' h 1. n rt re l -, i lt\ ' i . itl it i .11i - O 'r lin. - i- e...

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. — 22 January 1903

P THE! PEOPLE' S JOUR.NAL - VOL XII2-- - X-IP tCKJMNS, S. C,, TIHUIRSDAY, JAN UARY 22, 190:. \ EDITOR GONZALES HIAS PASSED AWAY The Etilire South Deeply Moirns the Lamentable Affair. A SKITCiI (F A USEFUl. IFE. utindreds of Telegrmrns of Sympathy lo'u' Int Iromt All Over the Couutry --Columhia in lDeep Sorrow. - i- (i(! h'. " 4 litor0' Of I ti. (l4 Il. I:it, '. \\ wa.; shot. Ih 1I-sdd;y. Jili: I.t 14'1 by ,l ll I . ' 'il\\. tIl. S. i t ! n ( ( i tn of 4oiith ('.r i'( Iina, .lie-1 a(nda' at i o'clock i . n. It \> r jI I (: a(.. tr 11 t1 (n :)II4 (hi :. ll i 4 a ;idl: Wna .J4an1,l il a ,~ pa 4i444es , i tIt.* l t 1 1 i ji \\a ( -4 il iiil('ti ;"1 I I> i t hi (hret-' I bir'ith s -I. .\. I;. a!!,i -. 1.: ' . ;z l . , f t, - ' ,tat . :nitd (in ll: I' ( ! It 11 , " I "; :;'- ,I r. 1 i IIt. In b " ( :.;h , 4 . 1 Rlt'Ill I t | rre R. I. . 4,1 r 4n 4u. Ind i,i Il' l t .I i-I ': b; tij j ''44 t :I '1 t h:1Il b { tr . a l l -1 ai 4:I l -lt 11: 1 I l ly ! ! ! , l i t 1 :Sti;'ll" } -\ ft'....

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. — 22 January 1903

Austria has only 2.1 p.r.sons pos ><esst'd of $2t10 incomes. Yet sit( wvorrIes along sornhoIow. ''he Water power available oil tht I'acitic slope for produing elect ric energy is eqilivalent to the colilbstion of thrce hundred million tons of coal a yca'. 'he "nien behind the gluns' at 'San tiago were Iniserably poor shots av cordling to 1902 standards, says ,ietu telnalnt.COilalln(e(r Niblack before the Society of Naval Architects. But for .IS98 they were pretty good. Whymper, the mountain climber. conquered the Matterhorn and later broke his bones by falling otf a lec ture platform. The son of Kit Carson, the fanedti Indian tlghter has lately diei in California from the hue of a spider. The Fraunnes tavern. llroad street, New York, t he scene of the parting of Washington anld his geno'als at the clcse of the Re volutionary war. is to be preterved f1or posterity as a historie relic. A nullmbt'r of lots in the neigh httrhutt(t are to he cotnvcrt d to give it tle piopel set?111...

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. — 22 January 1903

THE OUTSIDE DOG. tYon may sing of your dog, your bottom dog, Or of any dog that you pleaso: 1 co for thu log, the nico old dog lhiat knowingly takes his oanlo, And wagging his tull outsido the, ring, J(eoping always his bono in sight, Caros not a pin ein his Houlnd old hund For either dog in the light. Not his Is the hono they aro fighting for, ,And why should my dog sail in* I- Ii nothing to gain but at corain chance To loso his own precious akin? 'T"hero may ho a fow, perhaps, who fall 'I'u so'. it eiite in this light; hiut whoe thu fur fills I band rather bo '1ho outsid dog In the light. I know thero are dogs, Injudicious dogs, 'haut think It Is guite thes thing 'o tako thu part of one of thu (logs, Anei go yolplng Into the ring. hiut i enr p not a pin what all may say in regard to the wrong or the right, Iy lonoy goes, ats woll as lny song, For tle dog that keops out of the light. -Philadulphia Call. TOM'S FLIRTATION. | The Love Story of a Tease. "And so you Positively refuse to...

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. — 22 January 1903

The People's Journal. $t)h(1flIF.U IOYE14i '1EON1"SI)AY MORENINO. '., J. MAULDIN ........... .Editor. W. I.. MATUENY.......... Bus. Mgr. Mnb)otrtption $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rites Reasonable. n$ro?d at tio Post Offico at 1ickons as second-class matter. PICKENS, S. c.,: Timrda. Jfiary, , 1 E 9r3. Dr. George W. Earle. Dr. Geoorgo W. Eatrlo. One Of the oldest and most honored residents of Pickens!died 'Tu'sday af tern1oon, after ashort illness ie was one of the land mnrks of Pickens, having lived hero almost from the founding ot the town. ie was a physiciani of repute who sOrved hia patients and profession with faithfulness. and moved 'in and out aimolig his P oble, enioy ing their confidence and esteei. At a ripe age he pass's away, leaving to his s,)rrowing ones a reputation an 1 a name v hicl they, with friends, may well re member as the best legzacy he could have leeft. BIRTHDAY OF ROBERT E. LEE. M1oun(ay. ,l anuarv nineteenth. was the birth-day o: l 0b-rt E . Lee. It recalle...

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. — 22 January 1903

Tlie People's Journal Local and Personal. --Leo D. Gillespie Was in town Saturday. -Mrs. H. B. Hendricks is suffer. Ing with la grippe. -Dr. W. F. Austin will be in Easley January 27 and 28. -Lloyd (randy, of F'arman, caie honie on a visit Saturday. -Mirs. W. W. White, of Andor. son, is visiting relatives in Piokens. -Mrs. James Ambler and Miss Clovie Grillic visited Mrs. Gilreath Sunday. -Ivy M. Mauldin, Esq. loft for Columbia Thursday where he has gone to attend the Supreme Court. -Mrs. M. J. Harris is in Green ville on a visit to daughters. Mrs. Turner and Miss Stella Harris. --Misses May and Cora O'Dell and Miss Dorroh visited the fami ly of Sheriff lcDaniel last Satur day. -Miss Jessie Thomas, daughter of Dr. A. J. S. Thomas accompa, nied her father on a visit to Pick. ens. --Miss Mattie Bowen, daughter of Reese Bowen, has boon quite ill with pneumonia. She is improv. ing, however. -Mrs. E. B. Webb, who has been ill with grippe since her re tur"u from Clarksville, Ga. is con va...

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. — 22 January 1903

TOUCH YOUR L By NI Are you growing tired of the long ruggedl road . WearY of the burden, oh, my br 'Be't h.tve found the surest way for li cmng the load IN just to try to lighten it for others. Ilearts still hold the most of love that n tneir love bestow On lonely lives of those who are fori mng: 1oll tie stone from out the path wI1 ti"ed feet must. go, And touch your lips with gladness er morning. By Ewar I! 1Il! liohd o:m thoi i " d ' 0 '1 " 11 1' l t 1 t " - 1 i;. i i e 1"' ' i..t jI .\ .I ick Or all I y i idsii n I ,*v . W - -ii t j:,( ~ ~ ~ ~ * l:l" 11} r!Z' - 1 \ i:. I ir' -ly . r 1 o ,l '1 r e. : 1 'it o t i n S .i. I . 1". nl h. hai':".ltlw:. lrl I r: g s:ne vil n l Itt i t :1 ii 17 in:in! ailti li'ii. Inthit Noi rimi uptI ha intis. lie w.as thle t all mn of tth lii w Io, t elie arnd more ski n1 iiin.i inier overr'ont is an awkwia : nrment f or biox ing,. il. an:d t he glov ir'olp for aI genitle man's aiftelri( en lis a1re no(1 tat all th litpriz(e-ring~ ty[ Ilandieappiedl l...

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. — 22 January 1903

rlii"t athu ttllt" e"a r'd No fltc or norvwmi N s'rvi , ll' st < it% ts ' t Dr. l snali* \tr . U 1l t e. tr i"r al t b)(ttI,u;tlttrrealiLl"fr *r. i i. t , l,ltl~ td'J I Ar -h st.. Phila..t' *.' ohi Ct S love0t i.7 "It" etri n ,hatie thr, a nau , .,, ,, heOV' ttempe,r. iL \ Ir hiligi i:" 44(4 t I,z,.(I I'rll $12 .5"iJit 1)01 ( nt hiu , r t,rit o lt rto . , h t , ror inlln'r,;I. li tlh,tt il t a ifnwr a itlu t-li .'2.i .it i I'll" L a,!.il Imlt , he touhe. t ":l i anI i , I ; rtion too its thiLc ":.i . I(''\. I \i 1 A''is. :1.i.:ss I )Vt-:s l i rt n it I u s, I gI)hte"r colors. \\"ith rssitag 8411Fl'ti12.5 .7n yc"r t-.s pcr a int streis n-ahlrl at cas0 whioh badluvo tre for (s II on has an eqtttal for cugyad(o s-.ui - ,1So., Hraity fy t '"i , ill ho u up a bo vd bil y than I Jutl am I l h( 4rel ytit"3 tot5,0 1s expen i winkhlun tht" streets of london with, sat to ileenl horses (t-,)ImI slippi g Z'llci iJJohi a1 ItV'1:( Fibroid Tu A distressing case which baffled the sk M rs. H ayes...

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. — 22 January 1903

im.m A Bov 4r Tam SFtng.t IinntI n NeT 1rIla. ta ltpt'dl 11.11des oln Nt'w ;'itts. A!thought ykes or ;:mpel hand 1r. no!; uiniver1;;.11 1 b cr :ming, they atr setiti onl most- o.f the niew% sk.irts Th tnes that taVt tihe I taI h t t ; i ting t h.. tigtur'e in tw o art' sml'a Iby br.lid ,or str t ug. T shirnt; y1r tt" h n)most tt amr t a:1 a - 't6 rihey apl to h4' S1imK. t h t't & g a 1 ta 1 (r"e si m : tu .l t in11It ion of thl M : lPhattt anfd gtlrdtl (t ' t ' - I t ei 11. IoneIt" 'vt ak : ;.r E'I (S ph'for.th gla ly f (jyonh fe aelemtIih o in-r veil thenu thgt.ll o Whether tit shal be lac fntdor woite, wil the1yc atnl owhii meto known~c asl will botly vei. eaueo it,lo1 nie.lb c mi;n s,i a usinwihse e'e nyate Ote of tht nlOst popilar and ef tivr \v"is "hown this sraaon is a fine open tla'2t mesh with large bhi t blt t'ttih, ti"tt . It i:s not hing v ,, 1: t it, bu11t lan.v wotmen nil thi \'"! . the en :n:-:. n t't all uthr or th - ho tin0t - a bl1nt"l, a \ttlit 1 12e i % ming ....

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. — 29 January 1903

IP P s Ui red. ila. to inl to - .....EoPLE. VOL. X . K~ . , tlit RS.DAY , AN ANO. 49. OUR NEW OFFICIALS iovernor, L.ieutenant Governor and State [louse Officials Inaugurated CAPTAIN VIEY WARD'S ADDRESS 'eace, liarmony. (ooi Feeling and t ,.,p< Prosperit. Prevail Throughout the C..omm3)onwe1calth.i Welsday l'iit. D. C. IIeywaiid of .' Colltton ci"wnty Wvra: inatlgurated into t h': di ti's of Ihe trovernor's otlic , I ii.' (t r oi" ie-. t ting ,.urtliul(ted in it u t,:+t 33 pirl ss >ivt )ollirwr. ihe1(" inaugurat ;in Ss.hed in thr" 11:111 of the house of rt'1r'":eatl i I'. l: T h eing th.":: :it1 tiin' in SiX VV,,ar: Ith:t h I rtirin g oil - crntr Was l pr's('It to take' pait lin titw fornla l <-x r,;c .- a umade the tc"r;mn\ - (Im:lbl.y ii :e s e Thrtr \t as a imnetseo crowd of i tors pis t ), re rst-t.i g the hi 13- 'pl'" of rvery couIIy of south ('ir b1 a he uembhers of the generai ais"1m11v 'en tl( digniiled senator"S \\(lI' cominplc11ed t(; stand driting thte t"ex("i.;ws...

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. — 29 January 1903

000.000) henuse of liis s:-I tas re:iso to he gha1l that "bIoys w1-ill I:' I:'vs." RopliU an 1 l':lil"le is s:itd to inltent at last to aholish all tliles of tobilily WiIat assel will the iIl)ove\rislel no b)lesse 4<1 i Fritlt' lave left lolim to ('N ch t:lge for .\erit:In tillionriirrsss? l l nl :n w ho initr 1 ( tie< :t ill il th 'lit'-init I.(e.isah itt"re to pre t(f kissin e I(' ptl lIhl t'ase l rt :i iIysil"e t i t r'a(ly to e slil'fy hat ther11 is no11 f1rolm li:? illi is of c'.tu r narritl. (ll erwise he woullillii lht twice l1'. o"' runlinil:;; chances o i :1 Imy feott. 'h'l10 : il11 who tir.:t Ie'lie' lth' 1xist ftlt" t1r h{y1Iroph1oh,ia tlit'1 of it dog's litr; the':1 ' st t sci e t Ih "provetd'' th:l nI'il .ll ti n1:1 w s 11 :o t :1 (i5tl'a' l m t his deoth f,om it: Thomas N:s(I has fal t n Tihit1 "iroi V of fit t' e ' 2tllo lmor t l ha tl :1 ll:t1rt ( oini nl' e.t' Thell r'obbery' of grvsIn ol)ler' to FtupplIy llisset"ing roollt- w\ilth lnit'ri:ll has 1 t 'lwe' I p...

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. — 29 January 1903

By ELLEN E. "All he carth is fIll of tales to him vho listens." l'. sail shone on lie far horizon Iine a nlere speck. Whlite as the wing of atwhilig gull it fiashed, then slip lied into te koncelin. depths of blue "Now sie's gone'" "Yes. It's like the slpping away of a life, isn't it? Onr, instant here in the seeni--the next, beyond In the unseen. Yet to John, who is sail iug away from its. it Is hut a pushing forward of his hori"ron line. He is not conscious of the earth-,-rve that hides hilim frot us sil ing hrte on the beach. Perhaps," he added musingly, "perhaps that is what th'ath is, simnply tie curve of our life ocean that draws us below the line to those watching on the shore, while to ourselves we are still sailing on 'level seas' wit hi the horizon yet far ahead." '''T'h:at is a bealtifuI thought." Y'."I le sliiftedI his position slight ly. I'aning ;''ase- filly aannst the sandy bantk that rose behind the driftwood h* - i b:h t hey sat. lie clasped his hands ieii..d his he...

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. — 29 January 1903

The People's Journal rUeLasnI)D EVE11Y WEI)NE8DAY MORININC T. J. MAULDIN ...........Editw W. L. MATHENY..........Bus, Mgr ubsoriptiou $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising lites Reasonable. Entered at the Port Olen at Plckon ae - seconid-lass muatter. PICK ENS, S. C.,: Tiursday, .anonry, 21 , Itm:. THE ROADS ARE BAD. If the momeers of the legislaturo could bo carried over some of the rough roads that are now to be found in every county in the Piod mont section, if they could be carried in the ordinary wagons and buggies used for transporta tion in this section and thereby become experimelentally acquainted with the eon(litions that obtain with us now, wo would have no anxiety as to futuro Iogisiation on the road question. Compromises Would bo spoodily ellcted through which low country represettit ives would yield to the obvious necessi tv of a law that couldl be made to apply most broadly where such latp plication is most needed. Consti tutional restrictions surely 'an be circulventod in at ...

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. — 29 January 1903

The People's Journal Local and Personal. -Better keep your foot dry thes damp, cold days. -Mrs. M. J. Harris has returne( from a visit to Greenville. -Dr. I. F. Smith, of Easley visitrd Pickens Monday. -Robert E. Yongue made a brief trip to Columbia last week. -The pungent smell of guano is beginning to permeate the air. -Mrs. N. E. Thornley has re turned from a visit to her daugh ter in Greensboro, N. C. -Miss Sarah Grogan, of Elber ton, Ga., is visiting the family of J. MoD. Bruce. -Miss Corrie LaBoon, is on a visit to the family of her brother, 13. B. LaBoon. --Mr. and Mrs. Sam Looper have returned from a brief visit to Ninty-Six. -A n ounce of preventative* is worth a pound of cure. You bet ter be vaccinated. -E. 13. Richardson, one of Lib erty's most progressive citizens was in town last Saturday. -A new design of postage stamps will be issued early in February. The dsigna are said to be much handsomer than those now issued. -Dr. A. B. Wardlaw was in town for a few days this we...

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. — 29 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. — 29 January 1903

rT JE I i out of <l Mefit which the -'-1'lrater1 part (f1, 1. happ)inc.; whtel i..iVell to theuti to Slt which it ts, colnlunent p1 arts every objectio :ll) wve1l-iiftordc, aI )ecattse of itM plei Syrup of l'ig; at be tly.d by fatler. :;yrut p of F.ig n" tatttrally withot 't ys'tent eff'ectuaill f'1rom the ise of tl httichl the childrel "'ii growv to malnh+o(1 :;', . tht)1 nIieiine, - - assistance ill the :etitle S1ruip of I " Its (1nality is -lhxative p rin :iplr also to our origin thle little ones, (10 -*.~ .i A 'fR r" Current livent. Thle N.\lt odli;t mniisto rs of .i, nlapolls, in orth-r to si ua -fes n t(rest mnlliollg their ('O)giegatiom:. C.1\v( adopted it plat of (xcIanginlg pulpit TI'he c"ngregations atre 11t1 tol ' what i reac her.; tll(y are g:oing to have an; this fiepr'ivt; IIhem of th(' eXCu'ts( oft,.:l inati for not going to (htreh---thai they know jiist what tie" sermon is go ing to bo'. Plans tIe Ie'ing madh- for a gi' i bi rent.nnilal (e'lebratlon of th I b irri...

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. — 29 January 1903

WILC0X IS GUILT So Pri' inced By a Jury of Fellow CitircuIs. TIIiRIY YEARS IN Pf\iENTIARY. The l'risoner IR:ceives lls Sentence Wi(h Stowtal indiffereice --- Report In Detail. Spet"ia to 'Ihatrlotte Observer. I t'llrt' Nf A, 8i)e(ial. - "M tlte r In the .tu"(rlc dt(g;''I" is; the Verdict (i' (he -ul lHit \\'ilcox-('rolp:ey case anid '30 years ink the pi)'tentiary at h11-rd labor" the (It' nc of the o rilt. ITh jury c"atme in at 2 o'clot"k. 'T'lhey were ouit ':- h()ters. W . (I. Il;idI wa:s thie tpok'"-;man or the jutry. .Iudig(' Counlctit t a ;.it f buitt tourehing lit,It s)('eI ni tngl in thet detf(endtantt. The )lged. at in part: ' n 'eer" I:: i.' )l'easire in se'nteileiuig )illy -";: t' O \ 11 1 1i '''(d of ("I'illm ,' atld(i t)o -( O tly' fi<II! ! I)'O"i .Ittt l N ,(: -v of dlt).y I.": '. zttonz r.w! as a( trial juIt' inl s i:( :: i tn ' 1f t' u r . tte'. Th i :: hav ' Sen'('i fit to 't'ttu'u a n . 1 1 i : '.t5' o' 1tt1i:r in t it t).e:! di 'T1. TIh.y Ilu\'e loun(ti ii;rtI t ...

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

?THE _PEOPLE'S JOURNAL. XHS. C I [U R S)A Y , FE BR I'A iRy ., i (J; m b JtUtN0N HONORED Appropriate Monument to Be Erected To His |onlor. APPEAL FOR FUNDS TO BUILD IT. Not a Tablet to the icmory of the (reat American-Congress not to Be Asked for Money. Washington. SI,peial. -The' 'T'lomias Jeferson \l' mntrial AssoiaUtion formin (' for a ll(. o 11111-1e of erecting at, the national e;apitol an appropriate and trilly naticillal I1tloroial to the atthor of tli' I )''t'llat (ion of 11)(I1(4e 1e Ice. through its pres i t. Atdm1iral (ieor'ge 1)'we' y,v. has ii - d a-(I .appeal t(oIl l h Ameri can t)tol,l' for faunds to1 carry otl the Ohi) t if the associa ion. The t~x( of ! lb ;( t(;il ii as follo l - '"11eadqcuarters. Thmmas .('ffer'Sln AS t' iation ot ii a l' ;t. "ii\gai- I tto . ia n. :;1 I :IJ1r:,. "T1o the A\neri'an i i'(.ople: "The Thomas ,1 e[T,rson \tNI(11orial t;soiation has ien organized to tlk 11p the long-lgle(tedI duty of (1r' "tini. a i fit iai t_ lllemtlorial It the inell...

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. — 5 February 1903

The greatest hiolor tha:: :an 1-'( 1: Dr. .Lor'en'4 Is to le t:al1;d '"fi. iloo lera snrtgeont. . mnan willi A lilie'oscop t'a.1 t h aclerhn inl anything. 1orie(y inay. vell iake 111) its iitl ) to pl( u) wit then a(1 be thank ful they a'e nu :S hrge as 1ntos<liuitoes. 11rri:at6i11n ('nterprlisrs in 1';>gypIt :til in W\esterri I'eas ill (the 'nited S13:e iatro acttady Irolttiht :IIbulli3 Iarveli't:. resultS. W1'ith -water 'nuigh. :llusl ully ('S('rt maY lie lalle an d1'Ien. It vas the irony;* of a4 that Thonas 1;. I:c'ed, at'er retiring fronm ('ongress forl the purpose of* bettering his eon1di iin 1l 1 t tc'I11t"J). SII(iu1(1 3In t' I c'el I';llled) :('rusc the( dark river jutsl as Ile was 1 ( i b teintini lt f hi nl I't'i"'1f ini eas:yN l'3 I't't I 1 1 11(',. "lrl'e'l3l'i'lIt, ;i1 1:1 ' 1 :I11d Ii 1 ish 1nfn :l'I' bly 11:1 tur( - 1a I!!t1." says 1 )1". I':rtlll!r. . IIf New \'I'rkl I'ily. --If. IIn'r 3':"s,'ss :33) 1'!1'i1I. i' r utlI'r ?II;ItelIy t'oi1 i1 '. "ii i" 44 II bel...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 5 February 1903

CINDERELLA'S SISTERS AN TH E Showj,g How a Miss Hopefl Came Successfully, to the Disc 1 " ever IIle3re were \u-o 41i.3. greeable, hafI: I iI. ty"ranu1a(11 ol Ittihs onl eari I, ho10.e tw \\t aire 1)1y stel -sisters, arnd youl know it, Milss IteleW." Aliss Re( ! looked u11neonlfortahle. '".\s your ov;erness, you know, Ih. T Qlllt 1101 to lislll to your remarl:ks oil yolr 1sist ers- " she ' ;:egal3, neri 'ously. ''S II'p-sisIter's, pdl'ast'," s np1p71 j)J30 i I. ')h. MIss iteatde, If you hai( only been here bef'o're they eanme. II n-"1ns so nice., "idkn't thecy always live here, then?" asi the governess. "cth. dIe:Ir, no. 'I'hi'r fah e ded 1\\"ellty years ago, whent'1 laI'Rlra amnd 'I'lhe'Jtiorn\ 'ter' Six ani eIght yemts ol. ::mt when mloth1'' mtm-ried a year lIter. .1r. Ne'won's m101her look them to live w\ilh her. Then tuothler (Ile<1 I w4 years ago, 1 d I'aI he' sid I Wasnt't Old enotigh to Iako cahnrge. Ihougli 1 was liftet"n. o as ol A1rs. Newlon ha(1 'lie(l a t year or s0 Ie...

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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