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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 12 March 1903

PRESIDENT FULL Threatened Withj and Sight From the Ravages of CatiTh. Cu red Hir,. V Am . I ./ .4 a . nr het Irn at : h: l te o tw 1r - t h tre,t"-. t.ll enti f .t: tt rh."(il (I f: -'t. I 11." ii I It, i fi . be I:o '1, "I t 1, I .1 1re il 1tt n . I t l 11!ii m . ' I i l1 r1. IItr t:t ln ;i ue n t b1 e e l , t',I a 4 !1,:p. , I W h-- ~ ~ ~ .11 h . . t r c a t It p l rIl ltt t;'.. T : 'I l W a111, \k 1 l:l te d", I . ' 1u1l. . a !I. i llt 1, 111.r a o till' | . \'t 1l tt, til."tlt, d (t r Ill r - rtt t erth I~'!. " ,Iith. t,-t :an,I rll'.l T t fyi:( .t -1' ,t ' h : tt r 1 t~iu ttl t', rti:.lu .u .- rt: t~r.' lti, t A o il ii in iiyou my1 r nLi Li il tit i . -torlii i <.1 '1 . .\:i lli n '4I t 1\i i* I i t I' i ' i } - T t~ I i Vi' ii - \ ] .~ i~ ~ h .\li I w t < *t . i u it 1 n ~ ~ y Ici ...-i FACTOR2Y LOADF New ial" "L. FP you are looking muiio,the .kia ' point your~ gun, L oadedi Shotgun Shells: Black powder; "Leade: withl Smokeless. Insis SFactory Loaded Shell ALL DEALEI )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. — 12 March 1903

ODDITIES AND THIS WC V)I 11 mr1'1.1 7'Twl:11' TrP I). 12 - < irellbil' te ir.W M n.: .)tI; eI t in vi,uI I;IItn:;' '. V ii I:e a liii;: :Itl ti e ti t 1 r, t I':ri:. t. ('ys a he'::i: :-!Tow 'r '-:: l :,. !!!i i ,w ill inl is hI I a n :1! t ' i I :.l i lit. . it : tifit mil Inct"hauil" it:ll . Thel c"n tI i I.I:tttum r, t h1! '-y : 11'i1t:"l I''w i:- m m1 , h -v! ii i itittl (u ! 11 'tlt 'l t<i l :''. .ft,:l c tn i< lco :- rttl ;t ,-!:a ..m i; -- 'i l) Il' feel :hii th'( -I tl:1o m ;h !tow -O\t1 w\ill in, Th'le tl)l w\ il b)e r('::t-1 1 by (he min a 1: - *a CtL 'ti\ 1, r : T'I[ : ST.. l. 'ii: !1-: Iil:r ; I N, col nl cnI' i'lillit : uI: :i:! .S iill rt ;tl\way cllir('e'!in;' Ihie iI t' ' :iitl by v'I('\'ators. '1hs' (tCinhinetl <, SyI (l'; will h 've a 1u;:1lia i:'y t-:1,,: ity' ofi ian ) per sols, NEW E'A cA t: o"J1) MAN'S I1:An. tlii til ;r' Illlt"li grvatIilie ('I',ave' t i l' - el'(' 0f IIi.' Olt 'ti1itll l lt':'i 'Ir:!'(ld e11 .\l'A l ti I 1 :lam m1ii alit1. by, w'f...

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. — 12 March 1903

4The Remaa Mysterio 1-. i i ii I' 1: . i r, j;.-' al il ' Pi'4d ' 1 4 . l i f r i ' : i y ; i.; i 4 f a t tl 1) hIr "r . Hiis I'':. .grcat d( ..:-ril'l :1(1 t) tO I!' 1 t ) :o 1;("l it 1iInI-;vjjf. Ub ii noi 1 n It'. I:' it wat: asking 1f 1 l t'.: i; t I~ 1} liit 1l:!(1r I yc,lars (It'al , c:, flriw. .u jt;, it; silv, r ti:pp ,"" . 411.. . l:' 'l In I i ' I it, Ii, - :nd < . : -', hi i t ' I 1 aii. y\ a 1 ~I I. ':4 :. 1 Ib jl .. r jl- .. . have1--- 1. m i ir 1 he.t f b-k l I it teu l i l1 ile ihithser,. nIof M wha ii omc.' - no ji of"ii i t an I wa ftrt: is 44tlll 1Iiit ith i i ' 4a in tsr o ri y.nts11 ha 4 ai n1':iii ; l ( , 4.', sholib iO lie WOn d ot nlti ttilaS I ii tim i''rt ty ;'41I t41 bO nat11 niht. wotl I te it dow.(144 fromta i hding plac in4,013 a sornew ly 4booke041 .to which4 I 'I4( had tramW t boe mll e. o h a l, te dre:hu 4a441?ddrmw (141 theywonde1 fu tlly str ant '44 ''4 Inc i tion itl bor liany tie WIs or1s l 14mpte< 4114 bre(aky the tal htiti 1 if esste.' dh...

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 March 1903

THE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL VOL. XIII. P'ICKENS, S. C, THURSDAY, MAICiI 19, 190:;. NO.4. IPLM[JO GL[UNINUO, finor Events of the Week in a Brief Form. ''he following new concerns have been chartered: Stone I4tl1 Con pally, of Gr'eienville (coniiss10:io) Capital stock $23,000. Corporators, W. G. Sirrine and P. 1. Stone. lo\wlan L:oanl and Trust Company, of Bownian's tharter.) Capital stock, $5,000. L. 14. Fastcrlin, president; T. i. iruce. s:ecretary and treasuror. Itob i;son-I.llimt Company, of Winnbo'o (conImission.) Tihe ( m pally proposes to cngag:' iu farm(in1 g. Capital stock, $30,000. President, 'T. K. Ellliott; vice president. aml( g(en(ral muanager. .J. L2. Robinson. Gaffncy Brick Company (charter. Capital stock, $5,000. Corporators, Thompson I(obbs and J. Ii. Curry. Iauline Oil Mill Company, of Pauline, Spartanbirg county (comn mlisson.) Capital stoc"k. $15,000. Cor porlators, S. T. ). l.anenaster, E. 1). Foster, V. S. Montgom)lery Lydia Gin Company, of 1.ydia, in hJar.1ington coul...

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 March 1903

If Ita dlc ho itot give . n-rconi rany chzeers yeter cdayv. I ie is just tI::at it ch 1111 1 . :1 ::"d oft l 'hu. . The Suti aN i uf Turkey lldlst'il to liturs o' n I il geteral Printc.iI s i. is is toi:h av t II le iISlve li 4)k'S. I4itI leetyrtr.nd t a e n ' p 1 i o ! ill ot ive :11a1,'lti 4 1s f1! ? itll' t. i 41 O1l1111t k ll' n 1 1 'ik '(y fto f4'4l I ? 1' tI :eikU :uny t"r tx~ 3irs. lisi I (1' ee4. ti "t 1 It 11111'h a 1ra( ( I C'lu llus p t :n.: o il b,l .t 1 of Ys. i i! u' klra l (1 :.:,!t flo to r :t1- ( r uno i N till ' r it .1 ull . ' 1 .': Igla. I N il i l li :t ,'l i 1;t 11t'u11 ' io d vol'tl 1!t'1' ;it:111( l i t 1111 t'! 411.l Io!(.)' ' Si1.; ' \'i Il1U :I-i' o li~ct'i, -t..!i T - h t.' I i . - , t l - 1 ! \\" . ' 4 : 1 l' im 11 " t: '! " i 1"i\ '..: : 31 1 \\t Vt :"', .;tl,lll, 11i1 c - n a itre n Cei:: ' :t 'I I: n',1 agaInst l4 e lll 41Ier h.if :1. Ai ete' a,ti 1iv:Il'41 by 1 1hat iflL supposed' tlbe 1111:11t'ly1:'..ilnn wil. A gpos frin t 1lli1i. o a ; d i tieu sc...

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 March 1903

Jretiestofllnman IirdsNests. TI'ht I,rtttirst huntun Ilrdls-nest ulf ;t Is III \I:trin Co'tnty, C'alifournint, hi oi the e;e"t sii i o :it ied Vootl in uu lit sptt'l ruli~ht htb thrust oril : pet'u i its wa:tll andu roof' Wert' or i-(idu thttchl, I he ntt'eessiry N-oi"utwork o sapllings w'ithi tht'ir b;ark it'ft on, .s that the sen5t f' illIIness was mu shuckl:tc. T'hl house was at It:a. thirty fI'ett f'ruomi Ite hase or tile ltv but the seeI sile-hill1 oi wich I stood mtd:n <lt' au-ti:mbrigidge to solit earth praclienbleIS' as Wvell as eiiomhi iug. T'hi. was Ivt dlown in te uirri lug when Itie ininntles wet ashort' i Cook Iliteir b.rt ak :ist, a i rtitlini ' 7i1utiitabtly' sir'lIchct<l aeri the t-imsrt till ht": 'ut at ulht It %-was drawii 1 aul those in Ilite r.':lwmiuut hunks witlii ((1i(1 I( I f lite su t stir and l tuive'r t) t"t'r ihr''4li 11i4m still lil s, kriiwlui thaI th;tt w"rt' as oultl cf rem-h :1 tlouth Ia a Ialluoon. \\-h'tn the w'iit bNow th - 'crna'ill' w1'uhl...

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 March 1903

The Peoples' .Journa TU131.18H11, Ey1in; TI)t',tKIAY MORN IN T. J.MArmN, -- - .Editor, W. LxsIr. .ATHE NY, -- ]Jus, ,lg u,bscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertiaing Ratos Reasonablr Rntoretl at the Post Ofiee at I'okenn a secon+0Ic.laa) matter. 'ICKENS, S. C.,: Thursday, March, 19, 1 190(. Judge Purdy depatchea businese in a business way. He is versed i law and expounds it in a clea and forceful manner. ]3usiness went through court in quick order this woek. Prompt ness in the Clourt's business saves cxpen s., to the c'Ouity. And this is appreciat0d 1 V all taxpayers. The Grand Jury of Piekons coun ty, na constituted for the year 1903 is an.able and represntativo body, The interests of the county will be well guarded during their torm of service. As the Pickens county portable caravanlsary, made for tho county chainl-gang, passed through Pick ens Satuiday, the earth trembled. It might prove a solution of the road prob lel, if enough mules ou~ld be at.taehcd to it to draw it over the cou...

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 March 1903

Local Items --''ho nir is laldon with the per fume of poach and )luu blossons' -W. R. Anlor roturned Sat urday from a brief visit to Green ville. -Mi; Marie Folgor wont over to Greenville last Friday oni a vis it to relatives. -Anderso, is trying to perfect an organization of the businies men of that thriving little city. --Sheriff J. H. G. McDaniel has one of the best patches of wheat in the conity. It will hide a Texas buck r.hbbitt with erect years. --0. '1'. Iluntor, of Oconce coun ty has (o)Ouedl a barber shop over the Pickons Drug Co. This is supplying a long felt need. --Rnuhan S. Pitts, the teacher at Inman who killed one of his pupils by thu naeio of Foster has been baile<d out ol a bond of 5,000. -Ambler Gilreath, came over from Greentvillu to s)end Sunday ' his other, Mrs. Emnma Gil .h. He was accompanied by . genial friend, Mr. Carr, of rtanb)urg. -Folger & 'T'hornley have re tly put on the streets a very handsome lf?livery wagon. This is a good mark of enterprise...

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 March 1903

-i cartridges and shot shells are made in the largest and l,est equipped ammunition fac:ory in the world. AMMUNITION of U. M. C. make is now accepted by shooters as ' the worlds standard" for it shoots well in any gun. Toaur dealerc se//s it The Union Metallic Cartridge Co. E:1 deport. - - Conn. Il h f I!UiSH +IHAP.5 i.. raember t%;11 whr.nt you uy \J r clo l,1 'I-d look for the for ti lIT d:.:ty-seeca 11 2": frc 'c ' zi' : 1;; ( ' l,iii , i2r.; . I t "it - .. c1 *( -t' (I.. A -7 C o.. 'T .. G.in 1(.- rtrhin d .{r mm\S. as Ain a Ik 11 LI' :: '" re t V : S i ll(.t u_lu evalenc . Th uit n them the stndrd~- sinn \\!t l ei a t Ct cua te surface ofI crus aUvn -scle,( ih a h eard bing: tand taptl C eirnae, andhc inauntion and imirdsinat relef. phermit re ee.ema tetand -- i'(chsinn rn: all other ofede tnd th'iie( bes wond eafcurted ponrts oft 1 wie ale we qcust; afdr'om c C1. "S desir to cive myd colua ofuc ai h blood - and p ittoaspc(e attac of reznema~, chiny n he lib.I wsi tor severa my...

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 March 1903

WONDERFUL 4 'rt\- (t. c t-:norcd 7 f ..mo Jassed c JIdred Ycar ci Lifc In\rcasl I T 14 nl(loe\'i')t- ha 11u:nny ;'('rSOns tl :11t' oi 1) ti !:' tilirV11' ll n igttred in the(' .ory of la;l year. W\(' (fteni el: i i. N tis :Ii the young 1 111's a t ge, tit i tils is l: .""eIy true ili the Ibii ii's. World, but It is nlso n age of, oll I)eojle. Mlieh as the you 1ngsters wouhi like to 11ve 1thie old fellows go to the rear uuit tunke (Oil) foithl l)le sent on -:sy street, tine tact 1"cinills that at oli tu nelt' iI Ihe h1Istory of tllall has thie 1111htence :nd the IICtiv"ity of the( v"eieraus beent Iuore l)otlent Iii (he affairs of the world. There :tie aih tlli :11 )erso' s o (r 100 (years of l.( ill tli t'liit'l ;t:ates. The average ex1t ?:i::cy of Iii(' is in ( reai:in g all ove' 1 he World. It is es thnlited1 that the 1)i (lon.nIonl of' lif'e h1asi ne l wl(1Iv(Ity-!i1'1 per 1'(ntl. il it' latst tifty yea rs. Theil list o)i reniena:1 l:ins Is rowing lon.t'i Will each n *etliinig yea...

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 March 1903

WRITING AND DOING. A boman thoro was, andi0o wrote for ti p real, (As you or I light do.) Bho tow. ,V'w to cut 'ii1d itI a(dres, And hot :o utewt muny a1 nvory nis, But sho'd u-..t.' dune' it i' r .'l:. I g1ios . (Which no of her readth'r. k now.) (rb,tho hour we si'r., ;nel tho flou r we spent And tho sugar w, watt't like santtd. At tho boriet of Ia w\ouu an who nover hati oookoti (And noy wto know that she nuver could cook), .And did not un(detstand. A woman th"n wV _"tl 'ht' wrote right fair (A; you or I !:, .l ' how out ot a tbarr( In min:ke icitir, -10 ht ,'overed - h : antd stuffed with hair. 'TwoIld telorn :.n. j:ar;t,r an,i give it an air. ( Id wtv thou..i t .e t: ' was true.) Oh, thet days we eorle<i. andI the ways wo wr'irl., To bil1Ile'r. aii s-itn awi tu'k. II :l l I.' inl I:ln '"ene wmn1hl1 vt, A et""i,i i - . ' ' t i iossibly sit, A \\o in l t I -' r"' w.e., ir.d she ha id her fun lt''l.- l t i :!tini I j \e ' r "; ' -ii'' never tr' i t,id n, sh,re I0' ;t . tl ret '...

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 March 1903

THE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL. VOL. XIII- PICKENS, S. C,, ,THURSDAY, MANRCI 2, I90-. A REPORT IS MADE. Findings On Investigation of the Coal Strike SIORTER.,IIOURS AND BETTER PAY A Lengthy Documnent in Which the Union is Not Recognized-The Text of the Report. d Washington, Special.-The report of the commission appointed by the Presi dent last October -to investigate the anthracite coal strike, was made pub lic Sattlda:. The report is dated March 18, and is signed by all the members of the commission. In brief the commission recommends an in cras of wags amounting in most in stances to 10 per c:ent.; some decrease of timo; the settlement of all disputes by arbitration, fixes a minimum wage and a sliding scale. provides against discrimination of persons by eithc; the mine owners. or the miners on account of membership or non-membership in a labor union. and provides that the awards made shall continue in force until 1906. ''o some extent the matter of recognition or non-recognition df the mine...

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. — 26 March 1903

'l lit' :1%0.1l ll3 't')tl slal1llll't's1 N~ like V-111 J11, 11t' tidal 't 1 (' lit ': l "loul:3 14) lt tall tli: h r" bt ' Cl l hi;ij, ro1 t t lIt tret's. It Is st:atedi th:at inl I'ersiai tht''y reg:trd tihe 1'r111'(d Sl:tes :ls :i 10w world il d-1r u1ob rutle. Th1e haiuh 's ilotions of g"graphy are so trudth:' t he imn :,itlt'te Am "l:t coild he r :';t('t' by raiiru:td. lit 'wonl't tr"avel by sa w"hich is : cool thing for us. Tlhr \:duablte rubber hearing terrl tory of A e' Is the b)ott' of ('onftrition3 het 1en lit I;razil, i1olV"Ia aInd' I't'ru. Ih11e we:lth ofiii ,Ome 1otlntreis lias proved to l ' tht'ir m isfortun ' rellt 1s the P'hibdlphIjhia 1'th1i' Tl'd;rer. Amentrit':t <aitila'i ls :1re extensively i 1 itte rested .n ntssiuus . r:1nted to tht'ir syndi etet iln -\t '.e,and this nuly p)ossily rig thl 1 1lte1 Stlts into the t"on tt'nth> i;ttl l :1 t'tr1"tainl co In ency:; l 1. t1,",ordI:I:: to :l statislt ilan the thfall c;ttn:: in thl' ;'nitedl Sl:tlos duri;:i th1. \ ...

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. — 26 March 1903

A NEW METilOD OF TRANS= P4ANTING LARGIE TREES. OlIN A. WIliKINS, Of liulinaip olis, incl.. Is the iiventmr of' at systl n for takitg up and trais plliitnti n gt l rees that Is beving extetsively tised. It litilizing it the irees are tratislerred fro I ed to eit il Inidsuiuer il p reference to thle .spring or fall, the usual seistons pre ferredl. MIr. Wilk ins helleves the iree is in Its lost ilourislihing conitllion (lur lug tIle suiiiner, in this is the b est thnte for transpla nting, its there is less (4nger of rhec ukin its growth or in juirintig It in other way,. 1y th1e Wilkins inventiot the ret which Is ieing transplanted is never handlled inl aniy other way than f'rotn Its hiase. In short, to expinit the Illethod in jt nutshell, it Ily\ be slatedl that the earthl and roots are IlU.tsed inl :t steel husket of iny% reuiiredi sizo, w"hh'h enrresponids to tihe flower pot of the iloist. 'l'he first operation ini trats plauting a tree by lhis inethodl is to Ihoroughl.. wVel the eat...

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. — 26 March 1903

ie Peoples' Journ J. AUL,DIN, ---Editor T. iju dl MATHiENY, - 138. ] .seril)tiou $1.00 -rAnnulI. Advertiying R Ites 1iea1sOn)at itured at the PoSt Olic aC Pick n pI(,KENS, S. C.,: TlzmIrsdaIy, Miarch, 26, 1903. From thi titn, till crops a ud by'' there will bo no i 110 ,0. There is no place liko homo - >u hive in Pickons8. 1Ianvu yt er thought seriouul%' Abot it? -iml1 pox is still giving trouu Inany places in this stato I l,) sectiolls, it ha1s bet)In a ri i1.Ol nperhI11 to lu1 siness. .:vrytime it 1a!I the rot e (l that mournful look whil( m8 to indic-it that t.htey hav had their .just. Share of at ten 1. rpasolablh co1promis, i1 t 1 it soilut.ti) ot' most cais n thi il sidr of the colrt.. 'THo I'i, recognli/' thi', ltmdl are plractc in conformitV t11rt 0, he little plow in) doi' Ilas !k made a dreab,-l Showing, bum 111r alr ritless an i want. 1 running furrows with regultari hencefort ii :ho progressiV' citizon pIush own busilness, and recogniz! t co-operation is the Sec."t (I...

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. — 26 March 1903

r Local Item -Rev. John T. L,ewis was it t'wni Saturdag. --Cadet Wayne F. Mauldin camn home Saturday onl a brief visit. -A. Brnudon Tiaylor w'ont dowt to Atlanta Saturday on a briof vi. it to relatives. -I:nry 'To'Wn, from up> ci Twelve 11ile Ontered the Grade< School Tu'nedaty. -Mrs. N. 10. Tho'nluy left Sa t. urdtay for 11 visit to her daughters in Anderson. ' II issr'S StIdle .Richey anttd Cor rie Li lloon went to l;asley Satur. (lay on a brief visit to their aunt, Mrs. Wyattt. -Mrs, A . M. Morris visited Greonville last week. She heard tho imitable Sam Jones Friday night. -The Ilagoocl School, whicl has beon under the efliciunt manage muent of Mrs. Essio 11lughes, (dosed a prosperous session last Friday. -John 1etor Scruggs, of G coen ville vaa in town last week on businoss conneeted with the Inter, nal revenue of the govorment. -Th luhg Store will have their big anttnal Spring Opentig Friday and Saturday, April :;rd an(d 4th. Ladies in view of the fact, that Easter is com...

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. — 26 March 1903

1 0 ROADS. L............. .. . . A I'olnt or IIi$tor.y. ( T ( 1 a: io I ls y (t ac" edt pt"(1 i(' lii. Ini rel.o wit hot \ii utit g titl ( ros, or t''ete built t11hem 1:a( -- - r e ettIL it titerw;Irtis. tt comenrnii in i Silt in of giot 11tlI;Is Wouhl i.r willing to surrender IIh'i1 tiw(' r 'p i nt of th.i " cost :tI ulit( 4'. Of ;ll the expendItures:, " Iby aItgret<l bodies or* by iIo 11:1 it'i Iet12 It Iit i e i t lagk,it'i' ' while it w 'ly not he tite l Il t I it 1'r i ees lhe gt' rt atest itd ;..i d O n ItI cs g te atisfal'tin to 'ttSil i't'. t'-t o Ilt !i t I. l.\0'l'Ii' 1 k (1\ ist 1ttf !ilt': illt III ('(Itl'it' allttVi lilt } ('g th e t ih e t' a li .1 I i 'l i lt ' Ill e 1' 111 1' ).,1 in1 \\u nl: ir a t ( thel( bI' - lii' I 'i I tt iis n.t whIt il',t heItt hiine J Il) e i I -it'ti < -'iI('lle i tt. :itl 't "a ! I! '1ti'tt a II trl 't i '' I L S o f i' iiio l'o .'I l 'it lt'u i' d of' tt ll( i ll of' t (I) i t r ig t :it 11 ' rr I, Im li ll llI al' N of '': e : (li ...

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. — 26 March 1903

DEATH VALLEl - * SECI Strange Discovery Af mains of a Missing Enacted Near a Poisoi ::ands of I)eailh Valley have yielded up the story of a oth:'r grtuesone, hl astly tragedy tifly years lifter It was (bi acted. Yearly, as tin' white m1en tray erse tihat Ittpdoor of' lhe nether re gions, they 1 lay their lives against the tales of yellow luere that lie under it, and soine lose. The next year, says the Sant Francisco Chronicle, their mininified corpses are"c fouand by othi ers, who nitaty pity them as "good men;" they played tle limit and lost. Iere's the next that tries. F'lfty-one years .ig a party of men, women alt t"hIldreti--twieity, all told left Independence, Mo., In two 'wilgols drawn by oxen, loudtl for the gold f1ells of California. From that day un til now they have ne'ver been heard of, and tleir fate has always been a iuys tery. All these yeairs the bare desert held the secret securely locked, 1111d only recently have its restless, crawl ing satnd(s disclosed the key----...

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. — 26 March 1903

WELL EQUIPPED. ear thils e<1ulptent:--CourageIn your soul, Strength in your urm and honor In your hourt; Thon labor e'nr((lPssly to learn tho part You wilh . play. Succet you 1l soon con. trol. --Suess. I ~ --eeuo-mseS BEHIN THE 8CREEN A Talc of Harless Eavesdropiig. "\Vhat is it Mary?" "Al r. Ilu nt and another gentleman to see nast(r. please." ..jd t' you tell theml, Mr. Mowbray hasn't (oime } e't ? ..'es'1n. 11(1 they said they'd wait. -'ve Shown t)("-m into the drawing 1'0u111. '-Very tcll, I shall be downl in at .., gentlemtnen told m1e not to (11 turb you. it I thought you would like toI kn!ow they were here.'' '"'hatnk yo(I. Mary." "\vill the 1-citlei11en stay to diinner?"'' .'No. I he p n1eanl I thik not. Yntt may "'(i'l the gong at the usual i thne. 111n't forget, llease." .-Notm. I wo't tiorget ." And Mary s N n I t gnmi l e d s i g f i "a n t l y t o h e I' s e l f I a s s h e ret te i' 1 he h%itchlel. Th'l)is would not he thill firs: time she had been I etled nl(<C...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 2 April 1903

THE' PEOPLE'S JOURNAL. VOL. xm. PICKENS, s. C,, THURSDAY, APRIL 2,9 PALMETTO__GLEANINGS. i'lnor Events of the Week in a Brief Form. A chamber of commerce ha' been (rrganized in Anderson. rho Parmers' Institute at Green Ville was largely attended and imuch good accomlplished. Work has bcen begun on Spartan hburg's new 1.'irst llaptist church. It Is to be a very clegant structure. tin Ion C(1un1ty 'reports heavy daml age fron the recent high water an1d excessive rains. The president. Friday l'eappoilited I)r, W. D. ('rum11. colored. collector of t'Ustom1s at Chai:ricsion. The nomlina tion fail1d of confirnlation at the re cent session of the S(nate: The 51upr(1m1( (ourt, has lately affrm ed ia decision of the circiit (oulrt in Orangeburg. awarding a verdict of $6o.00 to the plaintiff. in the case of Annie 11. Carrel1 vs. the Charleston and Seashore itailroa1d Company. The Dll1on I ierald notes that. "two checlks for $1.000 each were received by W. M1. IHamer fromi a lady in New York w...

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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