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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 5 February 1903

The People's Journal PUDWfaSnN1e) EVERtY THURShoAY MlNN T. J. MAU.mLn, - - -- Editor. W. Le1XE MATHIENY, - 1Us. llgr. Subscription $1.00 Per Anunm. Advertisilug Rntos Reasonable. Cntero i at the Post O1Nrco itt 'iokonr as secouul-elass nuattor. PiCENS, S. C.,: Til1nr"dny. Tbruary, :,. i10113. Tlhe County "ommisdsione0rs arIe not respolnsible for all tho had roads in the comity. h'lley have their burdens as wt?lo as the people. Spring wiu(is will hel) to solvo the problem -, had roads. Sn1ill-pox talk keep s interest in youtr neighbols aliv', ispecially if those neighbors are neltch prool to travel through the cotint.ry. But tile scare has sollew 1hat, subsided and peopl0 atro not staying at home on acconimt of it. From every section of the coun t" come reports of the awful con ditiont of the roads. It has been thus every .1anlu!rY though silme the good old tim1 ' of eight. days Hervict' or so 1lnuchl I}i 'reof is the roads }holil(d 1'N(Iuire. The man with long rangr fore sight is th...

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. — 5 February 1903

The People's .Tourno Local and Personal. -Sheriff Brown was in to' Monday. --Jesse J. Lewis, of Anders, Mills has two very sick children. -J. H. Vaughn, of the Both] hem section, is quite ill of puoi monia. -Rev. J. E. Foster preached large congregation at Secona Sui day morning. -Mrs. W. S. Hunter of Senec came over Monday on a visit to h father, Maj. J. J. Lewis. --Ben A. Hagood, Esq. is soo to erect a splendid 10 room ree deuce in Pickens. --Brandon Taylor and Lloy Grandy have returned home fro: Furman. -The many friends of Col. J. I Hagood will be glad to know thi he is recovering from his recei indisposition. -Sheriff J. H. G. McDani will erect a commodious home of his farm near town in the earl spring. -Salesday was only slightly al 'tended. There were no sales whai -ever. This is abundant evidenc ,of the general prosperity of th Ipeople of the county. --Where will be an 'examinatio Feb. 20, 1903 for teachers desirinj license to teach in the publi schools of Pickens county. Fe...

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. — 5 February 1903

Jy Lungs An alttack of li grippe left me with :1 :td cough. My friends said I had consumption. I then tried Aver's Cherry i'ectoral and it cured me promptly. " A. K. Randles, Nokomi:,, Ill. You forgot to buy a bot tle of Ayer's Cherry Pcc toral when your cokl first carne on, so you let it runt alon.g. Even now, with all your hard coughing, it will not disappoint you. There's a record of sixty vc2rs to fall back on. - i ei:ct: ! c.. Fcc.. SI. Al. i gl jsts. -, ., , ,1- t *r. I1 h.' .sys ta!cc it, - ;," 1 n , 'i t t:ike it. He'kr,tws. '.o: h- . w 6. e vi i: .. I I Wl. Iw ';'.ea i ll i liti t - -, . iitin. new.\re of o (intii' tI I-)r Cataiiarrhm Th'at ('ontitiii , rt 'riy. no 'ury w'ill 'urly h-'str. r I it onse il tiw1,'" :lnil t".:'pielyl"i' -r;jilge til he vhi-111 Sys rf: . t h :t'i i.-I '. - :h r l in-vI er\''i' u s'Il (","' iIt "n ; S. tati 'n, f i:i r putahir. pl'' l1a nl,1i11' .:l- I:' :tilii1:g ' Il~t - w ill .') is 1(' i r ( s it, t ; "I y :i n po111 sit yIi hr' 1iv from IIhe...

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. — 5 February 1903

PAYING HONEST DEBTS, 1right side? Bless you:r heart, there's nothing inl the uniV'eve withoutt; tils'ive harts of sunshinie's bulliuu, 1W1 hidden, lie ab)t111 E: ry thy we are Ignoritng oppf ortunitiey pIo s:::ile. A:d te tr"wit ;td(1 e'(, anid worry ovet petty ihings the w e111'. In ou' f't:ila"s-t fight for11. fot ne whIt:' t'., Ihe use to finne andl fret W\ hil. it', still suchl ttrli: of f Itlm-e t:Iyng oil, an honest deI)t? \1 b0: .y 't Wt, see t ie suirp'; i'we had h o e I :ll .'1 (r d1Sfis .a;r (1'!. .nd1 we('' SIl'1 the ti;tllt" ' ! .ed toi : '(Itti" nl..<f ve: r -t 4'l 1111 ' \e'at' lol y("11" I'-' n Il ih a ;ir eo( nt's ''ronintl and tutits u2 u ii h.u fen(ish, 1IIcIii. l;t.;ju A.nI! hft"'s b;alt:'e ,etIs (t oalfer lit tle I ha nce iol u: I-> wiln. L,au l , "li' ;n'! tell -Surr"ender: "No; JIll ' I'I2'a,lt" ful"' t"ll \' t"t 'i l: c 'Ial lI('r ;.llr t 2 1I- 22 i~YV ill lIiving grcat ()I11 fll) Il 11:y a debt! "I,;- hnIIihtr'yr hope 1'ni hohlinig out, (1 b ot th1 2 n ...

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. — 5 February 1903

SOUTHEiN ":" TOPICS OF//TEREST TO THE PL A i*littIr (3t in the So, . h. ii 1' : .11 ui w ' 'il ' it I \3 g r . r - I','"t 4 r l .oc if . N 11ll 3 "t 1:' ) II 1113't ' i ,it I \': ' i r l . 1 . 1I ' M :1 l o1 \1 1 ' 3 r1 ' w i . \ It 111: Y b !I''' . '11t'lll I :rn t . \1 i li _m1,.4111t1:- 11i . \, , , ~ (Mi1 l t ' " 1 ' l l ' l tIlI I 'tt3. ' t 3t ' ' I. I' ti'-1' II I11; .' \ 1' 1'I'' ~ - :r 111 I '4 11 t"I , "1 .. ., il l I I! 1 1 ,t 1 il 1 I ; - \ r it i: '- I i 1 p h'' -. t , I \\ 1 . ''I . I, '\ 1' :1 1 S- t - , " l ' ' 3 :.;. I. .- I - 3 '1th~i'l 33131 b 3I 3 ~ '3''3 .'31 t T , 33''3'.j 3 3 ' I'.. 13 33 3 13 331 33. ' -: a s - -1 s .n nin' 3..a u am . 3 is in3 '3nnual31 met ing of tit. N tw Yo3 rk Sr& lHar .\ r inti-n '2 at .\lhaniy iin l.la 2 .M;1:-.jami1 is (3ne of the m1 3-t 1tron llt ;ind highly ('dile'ntedi of thr: m: t m nof affirs- in .131pa.1 )-Xin to~ h3 1'pt atio131ln as3- a .Jap:11ewm jurtist it. (In d wln attend ito fHo. us -imb .mnetifng t \lhany, anda byo'ng...

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. — 12 February 1903

O_THE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL. OL I. I-ICK1NS S. C,. T1IU lSDAY, EIM Itl'ARY 12, 19:- N 0. . GHOULS ON TRIAL. Grave Robber& Before the Court of Justice INVESTIGATION IS UNDER WAY Alexander CIt<ims That Me Is of (iood Moral Character While the Negroes Who Testified Are Not. Ind ianaI:ipo(lli. vSecial. ''he deflense iII the trail o! 1)'. ,P. C. \lexallder, 'hargeid with h(eiig implicated ill tl' grav/ rOlhing 4ase S(i, outlined its evi d1e11"( :t, 5ooln as thet 'Ottr't 01)(n1)(' Monday. The ( pen'ling staitement was tuai'e by Mr. I'Traan. 'T'hie defense, a(' corlding to 1r. Spaan, proplsed to 'low that I1i. Alexande'r was of good tiIrltd (" iiat ("ter. while the neg.-oes wi, ) t'stitied tj gaillst liml I were riis reputabilc aud lnworthy of helief. The deft'ense is that wh^n ('aitrell and Mirtin wt"nt. to ir. .\lxiln(der's ofice, they w'ent Iher(' for the purpose of se (tlring (,mploym(nt to cleait 11p the ollog.', as. they had ilone that kind14 of work at Chicago) and other hilaces. ...

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. — 12 February 1903

The People's Journal '1'. J. IMIAVort, llitor. W. Lra:rIsI: M!ne L\1- I !\r" N . 9' Subtxeaip>tion 81.00 Per Annumn. A(dve'rt ising. 1 t ' 1 t ;1:"uthhI1 .. JntOreil at th lt'.' t (le ' at I'it' n 4is P'I('h'1n-:, . C.: Th1lusday. Ferur.1. I 190 . TiHE PEOPL.E A1,1 RESPO-SBL' It is to the di,zra'C of St iul Carolina, a blot on ler i:lir n:nl that hom i,-iIe'. illtn"Iee: ' an'd t e takers of life .:o 11", tiCt'. It cnniot be th' I:mut of thle law but lies rathI h:1 i r OfI public ;11'int't tr'oar i1-n (11(t d wt1 h1 tl llth -' Ill 'Soltil 0 .' olin., . nd .inl,.i rue in ili ,' n duct of trials nuh:1 ::;'rey I ut withI the law ;is It ir :il rv:Ing rule. The (roulbl emn11t I. w\:th1 t ho Juries fortnr 5 alt t':n t d ;ctl of rep1res nta1tiva mttl,:;1\wh1 a swor.r. to t't'tltler d,t';l s ;1t, ;'.1 z lt' e 1av inid d,own': I v tit i s : W hr e i t ' Itn r.e :I t d it' r'nderll th, : ur: t met-V n I t c 5 t pro'belem i n-i: roald iawV ?w-'-i' :m . t.ti:n tFi' iS 1.:: ' not sof:i:ht , tv...

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. — 12 February 1903

The People's Journal Lo?;a1 Items of Interest, ----Janos P. Carey, Esq., loft Wednesday for Anderson. --Miss Lois Newton has a pain ful abscess caused from a tooth, -Miss Eilone Taylor is quito sick with an affection of the throat resemb)ling tonsihitis. -Mrs. Larry 0. Thornlcy leaves Wednesday on a visit to the fami ly of Solicitor Boggs in Florida. -Mrs. J. Mc). Bruce is in Char leston on a visit to her father, Col. J. E. Hagood. --Capt. J. T. Taylor made a brief business trip to North Caro lina last week. -Miss Clovio Griflin left Friday for Washington to send AoIme time with her aunt Mrs. Barrett. --Read the not-c) of Gaines ard Gassaway Bros, Central. They have horses, mules and flour and a first-class steam engino. -Mrs. Mary Alexandor went down to Charleston last, week to pay a visit to her father, Col. J. E. Hagood. -Willie Mauldin has gone to Greenville, where lie has accepted work with his brother-in-law, Lu ther Grandy. -John L. Thornloy has moved his market from the Anth...

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. — 12 February 1903

NEXT SPEAKE OF THE HOUSE OF REP?ESEA TA 7//ES. >44 "a" - i4 ltn. u i" \w :l in :ii I t. < I .wIk:1 1 I I f 1h : (ion ,O k ' tt S .u I 4l-1 ( Ihi' I ()i'. .-r44 - .1 has f l a ' 4 14s ne . Ir f ~ , r4 0 1: i t.r4 . ' ! I I i" I : i ' 1 : 144 i4 '1 ' '44 11124.144 I 1 , tIi-l j ~i ;lt"1'; \4.~r. 14 Il Iii I .'' ill t It I . . N .-.l '' ,: . : 11 I': I 1any ( f I :i i :e :l I-av r'h,.:tr . Thll' I-'igh I nI iii I'' t I l II: . l4, i ' 4'II -t. 11 II.a the \ :I1' l:ll I :1'11 i I : I ;lr i I ( ;i'I I ::,; t..; : ,t ' t I. I':1," t It .\ I .I i s i lt itr,-' h i '. . :1 I it II I ( ti 1 ., t "' .. .,; olyt % 1,%1er since'. W ith11 thi t'nU I'\ . '1pt in ,If IIhe Il'I'i. :' -'( 9 II e s \\n.'.,t 'I,w sn h a i te t Il. 'Iv . (it l 'I '; I 1\.II I Iu' a I llt I t I Bn7 . 'F fe,. I' _k l:'' - r{ t. N hi Ghe { fsl t fr a wil K e t er a A .t ~It I:' p - t ill'111, .1 II11 l t It \ b1t \ 1w 1.1', -i. i 41 t.a t l" . e was 14r :n1 N. w' .:24-de1. n ilfon'I 1 '44urthous11,4. in is:,. Ile (....

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. — 12 February 1903

SISTRS 01 Rewy on Pe=r=na to I * Colds ai r ff77/t7tWM/t. -'b, i A hotter o rI t y re ived byo r . ili.r of now1ork adt n feol"d ot :cv ee S Seval In tera of cott-lhkt,ce.ed cuidt3 Sof culart'h theat It does notcutrr..'' Interesting Letters From Catholic Institu-. tions. In every country of the civilized world the Sisters of Chlarity are known. Not only do they mtinistet" to THE the spiritual andl intelleet. SISTERS utal needs of the charges ScommT.te to their care, COD but they also mninister to WORK. their bodily needs. WVith so many children to take care of and to protect from climate and dis ease, thes.e wise and prudent Sisters have found Peruna a never-failing safeguard. Dr. Hartman receives many letters from Catholic Sisters from all over the United Statk. A recommend recently received from a Catholic institution in D)etroit, Di g st l as_f oln : V.=8..- ....-=... Brmo Prmpl Head Soutern hodeia'sgoldoutpt i May 4a h ig: eodd en over 19.50 ounces FS pemnnl ueofit revos nes afe...

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. — 12 February 1903

SOUTHERN * TOPICS OrINTEflEST TO THE PLANT itecing; n1. 1ttr II ne iiiIIt-s. T1iI' "l'" 'lillh"'llly W\Ii,i'l' 1Ill'gely 'll 'rttl'i). .tl41i ') I fil'ilIt'I's is 111t' 111111r 4tl 4 .. 11111 nt4l4 ' f1 t' lul"'tl 11;1' l-i l '11 \ ?'It1 Iilt- ('nl t 1 'V liillrit'l . :ill,i fI1,1111I 1'l111I1t\'lll'l1I ill t :il, ha l'r t' it's atl o\Witv. a l1 tol lt4 r';ilrt )ar ls. :IU(I lhis. ei,tlls (f 1.1ab 1' is is t1in1g III 4'ul1 Iillilt' "'1 illt. :lI t 1'(I t' 1l't44iiiis4'. ;;uutl. T+ 1'l I nly 1'y to I i e:I. lit is 11, lr Ir:e ;Irra" of :1 ' :iI 11 1 inllt 1 4 1I' 1:11i1t'tl i !l't's. :;Iitt1 1 iIl ':IIII s :111(1 tc Ii'Il.i 1n1' !:b i ' l\' i 14 111 ' W\' tll 'illt 1 if Illl' : ':1raI 1 :In t li ld eI' t( . 4' lit. Ili W I I f th1,' bi ?' Anvini.' In;th' illry' n liiell Ias ' I'n ilt\ clifl tI :11t1 114 1t tII 444 lt' 11 rl ( I' a: - " 1! , ' nilih i' Ili1rs. W\'i4111 I4 is lit:1'i tl "1 i' . 'ti'iI 4'':11 4 ,' Ill - I'ls t: \'il4 :Inlt 1,1 li" w ork"I lit, <im it :til t'ropl1 1,,...

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. — 19 February 1903

_THE_ PEOPLE'S JOURNA. VOL,. XI. P1CKEN S, S. (,, TIH U RS.DAY, FF BRUAIRY 19 190:;. N. 52 SOUTHERN INDUSTRIAL Unique Business Club. MAitntlufacturer's Recrod. Tho Manufacturers' Club at Char lotto, N. C., is an unusual organization. Its location in a central position among the manufacturing tinterest of the Pied mont region of the South Atlantic States contributes, perhaps, to its op portunities. If one visits Charlotte and is given a card to the club, this card intro duc'e;; him to what seems to be a well organized and well-attended social or galizatIont. While this is true, he is, as a i matter of fact, inside an organl ization where there is mu11chIt mrt'( gou img On than social interrcourse. If the visitor wants to 1)1111(1 a coI tonl mill he can find three or fotr m))n either of whom cnn tell him all about It and who stanl ready t o11 furnih plalns, mahine1i l!y and bilik th( plant.! it it is a knitting will. an1 exl)er. inl i s i n llt) vatl i)- found 111 . It' it is machiner...

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. — 19 February 1903

dhe :Ci2l10ai01ewll nt' Yi':I zs t1Ivi "Th "Ie tret Divide.". -A Now 1':I.ulalltl ri:l l't:o"'" llt for -\t"v'1' t"t'lls his I n ''il so l lor- .).-H0. .e a rIin: ' 1I' hlt l:ih. I I u - I illil lion 1iir' f r hi2el 1111 h litoo l. .ll le ra I \1t u ii silie t show i i i ll i :n t d:tl this OV I lian et d"I : . a\ :I li i nelii 1 :i .s ity :lIsnlllan let is ta i f i :ii o11 of 1i1t in ia' l "o l iIio of I Ih rollllll'". Ij1; llilil lill' a it'*' ' d li ilI aj litl' l .lt lsone v II 4i n11111111 t e :1 Il\il 1a Cls Ii;1:i i l lfi.ln ". 11. \'t' fii'ia\jiI til ,11 I n1' Il aln j.i lish l i. allllo. l saI .I'nlt1 1: to l illl: :- snil l ee :211 ltin' of lut' 11 1 .u ll It\ fl 11 ol0 I \ jI1::il,hle t:.'IiI ' 11':II ~' ,t; 111 V 11'l t l i - b;l l tre:t y, in;i,h to ;r' lIt 1.1 -4 , l a I llt- 1 . T ile' 11:1-;111a'' l ;i :''tl' : l 11.1 t11I 'i - IhI 'al I :le I Ite . i 1 rr1.lr u' \\ Iie' I lit s t \ ..hlotalth k.. I :w y frIt : y 11 lrllltd ol i' I'l I I . Th i N t\ Y o!'a 'rihc 1' 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. — 19 February 1903

f(NATO(l1t ;I'It l'.I, of 1 l'Ia wa:re lott;"y, hI:.x bet'n putti: to goodu tse, f(. Interval of lgi ltive 1in: ivily in Penn syl ania by pretparing .1 good( 1 olIS hlill for later vons, Ideration. IHe pro POl'e to pit public roalld uilding In I hle sNtate 111e1r tit' eontrol of a State Ig lway Colna niSSiot1, to consit t of Iihr 1' menl'll, Who s111lt11 il!poiit a Sitatl' IiilihwIy n in'et'r w ith supti' siory p(w\"(i's. The State is t) appropriate SI.UR(0,tNN) a1nn1ally: the liighway 1le' lpartlnn'nt is to eontribute ilnll recluir)' n1iont ifie lc'l holls of c"onst ruc'tion, a nit whatever :111aount maly lie 1'xp'endedt'l in anly township is to Ie born' in q'1:lI promrtlons y t(he township. Ihe coin ly and1 the S1t. 'This wouIlllnecs 1:t('e:a yearly vXpolndillire 'of'-:to .n for road(1 It'lleInet('nl '. l I' hill I')1l ;:'in (Iher1114' 'Ila b \.le p ii ons fo11: .l l.iu lst ill!,' ' h11 ; k' 1sys44 lutpe'i visin 1h1(' nwi' 1j i1/11 1.d 'urlo d.I l. The ob(tiflilih i p. -ie lin('it...

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. — 19 February 1903

T JePeoples Jo'UrlU1 ?UU JEId9 II t:l ' iiI;1' I II't I ' )UIt\ I gi:. W . LYAI.I- M^A't'1.1:11r. biltscrip)tion :31.0u I(r Anlcnn. JCntured at the Pout OIir.% at I'ih ( t+(:+ (erottd-eas nei:t tr PI('l ENS, S. ('..: Thursday. FIbrimry, 1'1. ltl-l:3. A 1)0(1 LAW. In all probal)Ilty', a o(g1) tax-Iot an ad 'Oloruml taxb, but a 1)'r (ai ta t(x, will be upon tlh statuto books wben this legishit ure ad journs. This ily uenan the cur tailmllen1t of tlhe dog, ot it may in duco large shipments of well- )rel amInAls that will h;e worth a notm inal tax. At any rat' t.here will be dogs, and the troub!e will b1 inl getting thlm ret urned for tatxa tion. 1T1113 LADIES AT WORK. The ;ladies of the Mlvethiod'i church, at Pickens have u n I e itt ken to raise suflicient fils to ai( som011 much needi fttrnishiunt to the church buildin1g. lh1ey Ir( mEctimg with on( ouI agetnitt in th" form of liberal contributiOn3 Ironi the peopie, irrestptetiv e of d I .m1 itnations, andl very so,t tie "htureh will ...

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. — 19 February 1903

The People s Jorn1ial1 Local Items of interest. --lia1s Day, of Easley, was in town Saturdy. --Si Robitson and wifo were inl town Saturday. -Mrs. J.1T. Tavlor has boon sick with the grippe. -Loland Boggs, of Easloy, was in town last weok. -Mrs. .J. Mcl), Bruce returned from Charleston Saturday. -Miss Cora Bowen, who has been teaching tho Cedar Rock school, roturtned homlo Friday, -Ode and Mae Ashmoro, of Greenville, visited W, 11. Ash moro last wook. -Longfellow nust hLVe' written his "Rainy I).y" olit (lay about like last Monday. --ROuso 13,Iwo'n. one( of 'ickOns county's su:itnlitl citizelns, wa"tts in town Satur.(lu -Prof. .\ lhite Singleton, who is teaching the Mauldmtl sthool near Liberty wIs in t-)wi S.tur day. -Miss 1'irz (h llttghls, of H{eath Bruce-Morrow Co. is on a visit to relatives at Si)rtanu)1rg and Grecnville. --Cotton brilgs 9 c'uts on1 thu markot thl'o dys. .Judging from amount bi-Ought in1 the past w a nunber of ftrl('rs had )1)en htol(ing till it bIrought P centi...

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. — 19 February 1903

* .eeeeeeoee@es"eee@ee@@O@O@@4 i0 Progress In " ]By Ca>pt.Uril Sobree, Govc (ll .:ilL-lr' 1t) Iu "It'ait ltttilai :1t! i th oieIl 1st ti i C, " t 1eV 'i "} . I,.oc4 ntt" Ilr t' tr ! ul tu'Y \:1\~~~ ~~ 11"ltrn'l tu 1 itv a t.I . ~~~~~~ \\,i\a. o 1o . :sii - 1, ls"IN a m y It' S 2111 \ \\I'' rINy 114 ~0 T il: 0 0 * 0 e" * 0 rican Samoa rnor of the United States o Pago, Ttuila. 0 0 .g oil, wiit-I is iseil in the liner tit i1 i's ofl so:ijpi. 'Thte chlit'f' i1 theP differentl distrbcts ,')11tt '1(tela 'tl I te a le t' 11 14111 a nx 10I 't'h 'I4t'"Irl, :11d lllh s atit 1111 W:lr ordIeredl :il't1. 'lht' :Is ssil 1'it - Ihis v. :r w:U s .1 1111 j ,lt1k11 t t' tv lr:t. TI'ht i"-iantlS "4 i4l11-t' IfI 1 Hi t t' ; ll .i l :1h''rt"1 1'"roh l IW i't' Ih1:11 ailllatitlt. Tllt I tri t' tiba1 int'i u\ hi:l. i thai jii'tet'l. lieim1" a' .III '. t n111: per A 14" | -, t k- - *. . Y: e .\ t % Brtrr 04 * rtk e \ J seV~% r$ ' \ % N N - r - AM N i \N. 1j --111 ..(0. ih pf ' h f 10. Irate n 108villaA ...

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. — 19 February 1903

SIXTY YEAKS 0 IN 'AMERICAN Sonic of the Influences Make America tie (Ira k of All the World.-New 1 lug Dairy State.Ixpor for 1902 Aggre;;ated. t. Corn Yield for the 'ear 4O000,000 Bushels. II) I'v14l'.'.eei' rit t ' t'c etilpr of tht-.\iericant a:rli.;t The 11:1i't11Ois gs r'owtii of . this an'at (oulnlry has no l):u:rlle'l il 1he 11story of Ilt world. 'I'h' Sllulo'ndloi sih-les we li "1 v' Iliaide' du1'illg h114' l:si t1IIr1y11' arel 11nill1H'. Th'le worl womb'r -wir sitc1"cess. NaLir4aliv inuany}" if us se.e' :11(1 Ilhinkl only ofl om-l inllnl/tliite surr"1olumi ings. 'Ilhis Is pa1 rti'11 arit r11.14' of I': rnttr,s. We' ho st I o l fi' o :i.itlral S11l)'1e 4:1'y, bil I" /f u1 1-)u141 te'll wiat lha,s IllOducetld it if I 1lhe e1ne0,iiln No 1in' will Itt'stion the1 fa1 I tlhal. tie. 1r 1osp 1 4'ity o' h'e lliit'<l t lal' i;s inlinllt'iN"l as4 stciated(1 wt'ilth h l' 1,rosp)c'r 11\' 1 i ils 1':11.lners. 'IThe .\ u i t"Iua I'a1 i' r lha, keplitI l a1e 4 1 111 w i t lil,i , -Ini is...

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. — 19 February 1903

De tr ' ' ' v II i fedleeI iIi ("il't"I SUlIli t1 t1 ee :e1 nlit r of, the1 hi;st illnle1s : i1 lbIt (of Geilnlr'l W asingit oniii \n:i, 11)1 , iv y 'Tibias I.tai. ii iri * a;r I :'I ::;try. t11 Ih11 .SIllltliS ftll p ln1 i:i. which h:pp n d ,III : i;: '.r! 1'-'''.I her ( 1I. 17.11. hetw1'11'n (lw' i'' -! lo :1nd'I 1 1. :1n d,! i e: \a ''' .' e , I 1 l ll' I . I re rd : t'' T : d I it o r I '." . llt-- i l l II 1 , l i 'i ' . l l t l*.bl ;l ': II" ll. 1 ! ' ' I I '\ i lil;tlt:;e t t 'I 1 :1: .. \ ~ III it.' I I | *I ': 1 - i\ e r -I I . I : - 1 eli \I 'b I 111 \ * -' c I I - : . I ' " : ' . ' l ' ii 1 1 1 I 1 .3 .1 1" * : I , 1i 'I1 I ' ,i I 1 ; , I 1 1 1 I i I, n 1 \ - Je.:- I I rt\l*b I eh e-ec I'hehanlen I i'ie b'''C '' ~ - .\I ph.b of 4 ' 1a - s eh - 10 in~ I lh e \Se".l tileee e,I e h , bl -my cc o 'od for lebe. le' r es I'-te .I'*m e e e tod be ebth I li lean Ilele Civbr b'e ur ..hb at wase serioe.m ing I d' iebaeced be a meseet. r, b -' bo li 1re. Brown" \iiue itbely )leo.. 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. — 26 February 1903

owe. -PE PL VO1". l1.IL, PICK1 N , S. c, '1'IIi1 SI .AY. END OF THE SESSION State Legklature Finishes its Worl aid Adjourins RESOLUTIONS OF 1llANKS PASSED Happy Closing of a Busy and hmpor. tantt Session of the South Carolina Lawmaiker,s. Tiht South (':1r.,1:111 ,;('lieral 'Isso nbly \"lo.('1 its; " :i(,n t': :111)rday, havt\ in_ . l :(ached c1 !.< ; : i: l I)tion: I 1;!ni: a;. time. Ihe hou 1f !'r 1 r : ,'nat.:it:t'l h:- ,;nt its tision <' ih:1- ti :l (i ;t: I i< -.lih1lW .; m; lt; ;If l11: i"t a:t'i th n 1took1 at 'rl'(1ss for 1'a .:I !lOur... allhin\'1. th1 I:1rn .tbr : ;o ;" :I ; l, (. i i~ht' s e t . Inith li w .' li:t n:! es aire not a: speI ::n-lt 1 Ih(y Ire win I the hour isti :Iij r . is re h t a1 "jlS .11l-:t1 ' !!:lnr . but the nien bers eit. Ile: i lt; . :1 arc will n g <rver after to t:ij(,urn tin1 Ilh day. TIhc rt was :a hianif;tl (,1 :"1prrse"nta tiv l i prt;(nt. t :t. 11h, 1 (111on '5. :i tvor-k of th(. s(sicn as:I nv r Ia I tho": were )rilcipaIly ien h' ...

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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