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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 25 February 1897

THE EOPLI'S J RNA. VoL - 5- PICKENS, S. C., THIURSDAY, FEBRUAR Y 2 5, 1897.ONE DflA R A Vu A Tho General Assembl The College AppropriIlions in the Hou FIRST ONE WAY AND THEN A OTHEIR. A Majority Cuts Down the Sou Carolitia Collego to $21,000---T Action is Virtually Rescinded t Nexl Day. Columbia State. Mr. Ilderton moved to cut the Sou Carolina College appropriation fr< $25,000 to $21,000. Mr. Ilderton at this was to bring it down to the figur of last year. He argued that all the State institutions should be out dow the professors should not be paid much. Lie could not see how it to, so much to run the collego. He want, all the colleges reduced. Ho want, to do what was right. The professec should not be paid more than any oth, hard-worked men. Mr. Kennedy moved to amend til amendment so as to reduce the appr priation to $1.7,000. He presented schedule of ideal salaries that should 1 paid. Mr. DeL'aclh then spoke earnest) and vigorously against these propose reductions. It was a s...

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. — 25 February 1897

une Dollar a Year Enuteroe at the Post Oilco at Pickons as T second-class matter. ADVERTISING HATES. a] Onto dollar per hici for first Insertion, fif ty colts for each stabseqtoent iassertioni. IAberal discount for advertisononts on an nual colltrlcts. Terms cash. Anaial con *racts., paljt)o gIiarterly. No favorites. Otte prico to all. No spe- ti .1ial position or special rates to foreign ad vertibers. All 81uch 11111st tako tiao run of 4ho pIiapor and abide by 1duh rate4. tc Local riotive4, ili local Col1mn11, 10 contis per ilne for fist insertion and five cents for aelt siihseqittt Ihsert ion. Advertisemneits for coliing imsue samhil be handed in not later tixan Monday morn- 2 nge The editor will iot le respotsible for the 4di VlewsV attit opiiniionis of <'orspont eitnts, un1t ess the saie ar elitorially eitlOrsed. TH' IURiSDAY, FE11MEARfY 25, 1897. tI TnE LEIlMTUE. The members of tho Gonoral p Assombly will hardly bo hom by ti the 1lst of March. Tho rocont rains ON koo00 the f...

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. — 25 February 1897

The people's Journal. LOCAL ITEUYS. -Cotton 6 @ (4. -Tio public school will openi hero tho 1st of Morch. -Miss Gertrude Hagood, of Eas Joy, is visiting Miss Corrio Bruce. -Capt. J. L. Thornley is attend ing the Unitod Statos court this wook. --Mrs. P. A. Porter, after sovral wooks, illness is ablo to be out again. -0. II. Hondricks, of near Easloy, was inl town on businoss last Ttuosday. -Capt.. J. 11. Bowen, of Easley Township, was in Pickons on busi iwans Tutozlay,. -J. A. Wood has oponed ll) t barbor shop in part; of the Froo man building. - --Maj. J. .J. Lowis is atteiiding tho Uni ited StAtes court in Green villo this woek. -Frooiani & Hendricks .are 1m proving thoir prenises by fixing a wagon lot and horso rack. -J, M. Chapman wis commit tod to jail last wook oi a bench warran for illicit distilling. -Do not refrain from doing hocauso You Caln.oily do a little. Remomber that God can make that little much. -Thomas Willi ams, of Thomas ville, was in town last. wook and is no...

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. — 25 February 1897

SALLY. By ALBERT FLEMING. [Copyright, 189W, by the Author.) CHAPTER I. It was a hot day in August, one o thoso reeking days that begin to be ho early in the morning and go on gettinE hotter and hotter till nearly midnight. In the year 1870 Cow court and iti unwholesonio cluster of neigh bors stil clung to the skirts of Holborn and fes tored round St. Alban's ohurch, stretoh ing from Gray's fun road to Leatho: lano. Tho flno shops and warehouse that now adorn Gray's Inn road thei only existed in the brain of some oit; architect. Of all those alleys Cow cour carried off the palm for squalor, dir and genoral decay. You had to turn on of Loather lano to get there. The turn ing was flanked on either side by a tav ern, and theso taverns, with their plat glass and gilding, were the only thing that were bright and cheorful in thi region. If you explored farther, yoi saw an arohway on the right, mado b: sweeping away the ground floor of on of the orazy tonomonts. This was th postern gato to ...

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. — 25 February 1897

SALLY. By ALBERT FLEMING. [Copyright, 189W, by the Author.) CHAPTER I. It was a hot day in August, one o thoso reeking days that begin to be ho early in the morning and go on gettinE hotter and hotter till nearly midnight. In the year 1870 Cow court and iti unwholesonio cluster of neigh bors stil clung to the skirts of Holborn and fes tored round St. Alban's ohurch, stretoh ing from Gray's fun road to Leatho: lano. Tho flno shops and warehouse that now adorn Gray's Inn road thei only existed in the brain of some oit; architect. Of all those alleys Cow cour carried off the palm for squalor, dir and genoral decay. You had to turn on of Loather lano to get there. The turn ing was flanked on either side by a tav ern, and theso taverns, with their plat glass and gilding, were the only thing that were bright and cheorful in thi region. If you explored farther, yoi saw an arohway on the right, mado b: sweeping away the ground floor of on of the orazy tonomonts. This was th postern gato to ...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 4 March 1897

~THE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL. VOL. 7.--NO. 6. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1897. ONE DOLLAR A YIA& SALLY. (CONTINUIND FItOM LAST WENiC.) CHAPTER IV. The mionth passed, and even Aunt Hannah owned that there was "good stuff'" in that girl. Mattio had her bap tized and oclled her Sarah Hope. Hope Was a name of good augury. She quick ly fitted horsolf to the ways of the house, never forgot any thing, never shirked her Work and only had two outbreaks, but they wore bad ones, and crockery flow about so freely that Aunt Hannah tied her hands behind her back and locked her up till Kenneth returned. Never in Sally's life had she shown what it was to blush, but when he saw those discred itable bonds a flood of shamo and con tritiou dyed her young chooks. This was the last of her outbreaks. When the month was over, she was sent to Nurse Brown and the nearest boarding school. Every Sunday afternoon she went to Bedford Lodge, and soon Aunt Hannah owned that Sally was growing quite a docent lo...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 4 March 1897

,oIlar a Year tile P o st O fllcO a t 1 'c k OIe n a 5 -ejlass matter.-'_: A 1)V E 10181N" tA11U One ilollar per inlch fo f trst Ia ertioll, fif ty cents for ael rl ents lir t -1. Litberall (I41.12it Amr adviort, menlents oil 1111 Illlf oni1wts T- rlim casli. Ailtal con N o tr V 4 ?it a a * O1 1" - ov e t o a l l . N o p e - C o f ori t e. o r , i n r fte s t o f o e i g i m i - vertiors. All uch mit. tualo tak II rti of ver ptai r .n i abido by such ratts. th-al 1erfotices, in) local 0011111n, 1()cnt per line for first inserction anid ive cen'ts for eich wisieIletIt. insert ion. Ad vertistements i r c iiiig issile sll Iti be handlei in not ilater tlian Mo)niay luortl Ing. The editor will not ie restonible for the vTIws anllu opillionls of IIorreponlti s, tinl l ess the same are editorilly enIlorI eil. ' 'Il V 1SfA 1 ARC 4, 1897. SOME IMPORTANT NEW LAWS. Telire have b0n Iassd during the proseit session qui to a mttaimber of hills of considorabil; importancO. A mong thiml: Tho bill r...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 4 March 1897

The People's Journal. LOCAL ITEMS. -Persistent advertising has .ande many a man rich. -Pleasant employoos are a irgo factor in business success. -Read chango in the advertise. aentof V. T. McFall In this issue. -Dr. W. F. Austin will be at entral no xt Tuosday and Wed asday. -Elobert Perry, of Easloy owiship, walis in towi on business ist wook. -The man who would be con idorod wise often turns out to be thorwiso. -T. 1). H1ari-s has a change m1, is advortisomont this week. Soe hat ho says. -Business has wants as well . individuals; ono of thei is to a well known. --Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Boggs, of ort Hill, aro visiting relativos in >wn this week. -The Ro-Union school that was iight by Miss Daisy Diorroughs, losed last Fri(lay. -Road the card of Norwood & orwood, of Croonvillo and whon tore call oi them. Miss Ada Coudelock has entored he Liborty High school, and is carding at thu Brown House. -If your piiper fails to reach >u Oil timo, pleaso report it im ediately to the edito...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 4 March 1897

W Beral Assembly DISPENSARY BILL GOES THROUGH HOUSE AN ADMINISTRATION MEASURE TO MEET THE CRISIS The 11111 is Vigorously AttackC on ViriouPs Groundls-Tl3O Suip)irt Givenl in Non-Factional. The "otlicial" displensary bill was clijed up in the House, and after tha defent of tbeveritl amendments it was paied to a third reading without any change in its features. It is not denied that this measure is intended to moet the recent decision of the Supreme Court with regard to the imaportattion of Hiquors. and in ad vaneo had received the endorzcmenit of the Governor. Mr. Crini, of Barin wiell, proposed an aiendinent by w hiebl dispensers could give per.-omal as well as indemnity and surety bonds. MIr. Skinner favored the ainndinent. Dr. Wyene said no policy should be adopted that would endanger the State's fund. The boar( of control have entire chargO of these matters. Mr. Crui said that It was wrong in princile to have one or two ien per hais keep a man Out of onlice because sLIome ene my ...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 11 March 1897

__THE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL. VOL. 7---NO. 7 PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, MARCH i, 1897 ONE DLL R The General Assembly. The Only Factional Debate This Session. CHARLESTON SINATOR BREAKS THIE PEACE AND UNITY. Tile Incomo Tax Measuro is the Bone of Contention-The Discus sion is Warn and Vigorous. Mr. Henderson moved to continue until next session the income tax bill, and submitted his reasons for so doing. This bill was unaccessary to meet the exigencles of the State government for this year. If it were necessary, it should go into effect before January, 1898. If there was a deficiency at the end of this year when the General As sembly met next year, the time for collecting taxes could be extended and the bill put in force then. This, he submitted, disposed of the arguments that the bill was a necessity. He fur ther objected to the bill because it had never been discussed before the people. There was no demand for it; no expect ation of it. This bill should not bo thrown upon the people at the...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 11 March 1897

T.. C. IIOBINsON, 1,ditor.___ PUBLSHED EVERY THURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year Etltoredt at the Post Ofice at Pickens as seco i-clm5 nnatter. ADV ERTISING -AT EN. Ono dollar per inch for first. insertion, fif ty eeits for ea-h I sitiseqtiieit insertion. Lieral discount for advert isemei t. s Ott aIII 1)1til emiil.tets. 'Terms cash. An anil col tracts, Imviyablo Iu Iterly No faiVorite's. 011 4 price to aIll. No spe ciai positiorn or special rates to foreign ad vertisers. All sneh m"ist take the rim of the p:iper ail abide by snelh rites. Lor .I HOlie's, ill hIIIlU coliti ill, 10 olt t ier lin1 for first insertion ani live cents for cavi Alalsillieiit. i iert i1011. Al vertisinemnts for coil ig issite 411)l14l h handieI in nOot lati tlhati M oiiday huorn '11 elitor will inot ie restonsible for the vi-ws aiil opinions of correspo tetits, 1im iess the samte are edlitorially etidorseAl. CETDIEN OLEVEL.AlD. sinlce tho inaugural cerioniis ex-Piden'it. Cloveland left Wash ingt on ll ...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 11 March 1897

The People's JournaL -Cotton 6.1 (4) 7. -The Pensioni Board mot Sat urday, the oth int. -Dr. F. S. Portor reports his patients all improving. ---Wo had some boautiful weath or at this term of court. -Roligion is liko nidiciio-it is the overdoso that nutralizes. Miss Texi, Porter is confined to her room with typhoid foyer. -Mr. B. D. Stewart has boon on a visit for several (lays to St. Louis Mo. -The United Statos Court closod in Greenvillo last Thurs day. -Col. Hollingsworth sold about seventv-five balos of cotton last week. -Keep your eyo on the columns of the JOURNAT. and k001) up with the times. -Mrs. J. P. Carev is on a visit to her mother, at Woodbury Ga. this wek. -Col. J.. IE. 1Hlagood, of C hirl''s ton ,Wais am111on1g his Pickens frieids las"t woeok. -!)r. C1. W. Earlo has had a neat and beauLtiful sign put u) o his (ruig store. -Th() Joln;on Chapel school closed S ti-day. Miss Cora Bowon was tho Laeltr. -Mi s-, 's I)orsI HCe i>Or()ugh s and Ida Gilles3pii , of Pr-ater n;...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 11 March 1897

iPMA( 01 ISIIM By PEROY RUSSELL. [Copyright. l800. by hm Author.] CHAPTER 1. ft was i strange and singularly im. pressive Fcenv. All the houses of th very aIncient Dravidian villago were il hun inlated m12o0o or less by 111then ves Fels coitiaining oil and wick. Not only (dj(i these lights bring out into relief against tho growing darkness tho out. lines of tiet various buildings, but they I.%(1 h2een2 placed, with that patient, painsrtaking and indifferenco to individ. 1al libor peculiar to Asia, in tho eclefts jf trees. They lighted up tho great ban. yan troe, the special pride of this Tuil ,r Dravidian region, for it watsi a tren of iore than 1,000 Irinks, sent down front the enorilous branches, covoring 11ere&'s andl form 2ing at solrt of natural syl vail tliuple, and they were to he seen zlowillg alni( the fiagrant, floweI's of its 1:11arindIs that shaded the bungalow of Salihih KanIII.y, the ililigo plalnlir, ani(d -.om (if these lam11p wit reo (e sh il ing out starlihe fr...

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. — 18 March 1897

~- / OL. TN.HE 8PEOPLE'S DRL. VLPICKIi',NS, S. C., THURSDAY, MARCH 8197 VANDERBILT PALACE AT BILJMORE, N. [ SIX MILLION DOliLAllS HAS BEE ) SPENT AlAtEAI)Y. A Place of' Baro Beauty Now-O1 Forest fis Been Turned Into Map nificent. Game Preserve-Thousand of Stranigers Visit the Estate. Special-4o Atlanta Constitution. George W. Vanderbilt has done mor than any one man to attract people t North Carolina. His lordly estat with its mtgnificont chateau Is th supreme object of interest to many a the thousands of annual visitors t< the metropolis of the " Land of thi Sky." A few days ago I had the opportuni ty of seeing the ' Biltmore Estate," a it is ollicially named, under exception ally good circumst-ances. I was invitet to accompany the ollicial photograph er. As I had dtivca over the estati several times before, I thought I kney it quite thoroughly, but never befor< had I seen it as on this occasion. The Biltmoro estate consists of 100,00 acres of land in the choicest section o t...

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. — 18 March 1897

Si . M ~i'4M #, iEditor. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Yeaj Entered at the Post ofllco at Pickens a second-class inatter. XDYERTISING RATES. Onle dollar p~er inchi for frst Isertion, fif ty conta- for eaich subeqeiv nertisoinson, t Liberal discounit for advet. eAitil oin Nual contracts. Termes ensh. Annual evil tritt 1)ivaflo qiiirtorly. No imortes. 0m) 'rico to all. No ape. cliul poi4tiori or pe1 ial rates to foreign ad. vertlsrs. All mieli taist take the run of th ppr amind abildo by steli rates. I ,ocal 1oties, in lo al (co11 in11 , 10 cents per Himc for lirmt insertion and ilvo con1ta foi eachi sblosiltient insertion. Alvertisment4 for coming issito sliotii be handed ill not later tian Monday morn, 'ihe editor will not im responsible for tilt vews anl o1inions of corresliondents, in 10-1 tile sane are editorialiv endorsed. T SiU A Y, M RARCI[ 18, 1897. M'w CONSTAIIULARY. (GOvernOr Ellerhoif has givon out the list of Ins Constabulary ap. poiitimnt" s. There ...

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. — 18 March 1897

The People's Journal. LOCAL ITEMS. -Corn planting time is near at hand. -M. W. Newton lost a valuable horse last woo. -has. L. Curoton, has boon ap p6inted Stato Constablo. -Squir) T. R. Price is confined to his room with the grip. -A corn crop can bo relied on to koop starvation away. -J. L.' 0. Thompson went to Groenville on businous Friday. -J. M. Skelton, of Kings, lost a valuable mulo on the 14th inst. -E. F. Allgood, of Slabtown, was inl town on business Friday. -The County Board of Exami nors met last Saturday the 13th inst. - -Judgo T. Lathom, of Eas loy, was In town on business last week. -We notico soveral peach treos have put on a now dress of blos sofis5. -Our inorchbants aro constantly getting in their spring stock of goods. -Rov. J. T. Lewis sold his prop erty soutn of town to "Boo." Lewis Monday. -Born unto Mr. and Mrs. Fred Williams, noar Easley on the 12th inst., a son. -Androw Curoton, of Groon ville, spont Sunday and1. Monday in Pickens. -0. -E. 1obinsonif has tor...

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. — 18 March 1897

By p.EROy RUSSE~LL. [CopyrIghlt, I, 1y tio Author.] UllAPTE~R IV. What on 1:o n111tis iln electrioity i found in thM sO p 4ti ous t'h 'ing of lint her. - T' pit!all tli.i all lie rcli gion (of h e whohl fo neratioll of thi K,.t!.-nevq s l,( FJimiso l (No gone Into Liliani. DoubrirsgCnal d kolm it wel W.-ro was1 tirwtulre of mladniess with jur exalna2tion-.at all1 evenits, inl the tpense ti t t eyforml of trilo ciO ll si :1.11 is it il of illsanity. Now that ('harle1, h1evr perceived that 110.8 b'Wut to play. ;., he' rudely termed it, ,-lt, ,l, jll, yillung 1111111, " his vexation heenline VerIy alpl'et-l "it was (Il itt' ha1.1(1il 0ough ill illy siR {er. ' i lokt fhI (ll Ross excusing hinist If fromi dinner on the plia of itt. tterning with Lflian) a naftivo vpatyer 1i1cling, ''hut to havo you, a grown m(1n, 'i lingt aII n lling inl 4 uC itoImifolery iSS 'l palitilce. Ci' t y' ou leave (lith Inoft i abno-?' Tii y'e n 'l'.uch 1!'0t1er at theyil.\ were-confou, Ilnded I Iarsm at t i 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. — 25 March 1897

__ PEOPLE'S OURNAL. PICKEN187 ONE OLLAR A EAR. TARIFF MESSAGE OF PRESIDENT McKINLEY PLAIN, DIlilCF AN I) POINTIC). Congross is Asked to Increaso th Tariifl'iiimi(llately-Tli Conditior 4 of tbe Revenue Demands Prompi Action. Tho following messago from P1rcsi dent McKinley was sent to Congret upon its piuping :n To tihe Congress of tho Unitod States: Reo-gretting the nocessit.y which hit required 11i0 to call you together, I feel t hat your asembling in extraordinary session Is indispensable because of the condition in which wo find the revenues of tho government. It is conceded that, its current .oxpenditures are greater than its rcoipts and that such a condition has existed for now inore than three years. With uniluited means at our command, we are pre scutiig the remarkable spectacle of increasing our puolto- debt by boriow ing loney to moot the ordinary out lays incident upon even an economical and prudent administration of the government. An exatuination of the subject discloses ...

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. — 25 March 1897

L .Peop5 Ito 'is Journai. T. C. ROBINSON, Editor. W. 0. II S'T 11, Publsihr. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year ENtored at tho Post Oflivo at Pielceis ns seond-class matter. A DVElRTISING1 RATES. Oitl 1 dollar per inch for first i tisertott, tif tv cents4 for aeali subti tient insertion, il'rail lisconutiit for a111 vert isein nit.s oi fi - nnl ct- racts. ,IT-rins enslh. Annutal con tracts, payable <i1irterl.v. No favorites. Oie jsive to ill. No spe. ein ositon or sp i4 lI rttes to foreign nil vertisers. All si-Ih innist take the ilrtit of tho iper aitl abide by snieh rates. Local notitces, in leerti 4.40lin111, 10 centls por il ine f irst in44r4tion anill ive cents for eacoh subhsespn-nt iserlt ioet Atvivetisemnits for coinling isstn1e slinld be haii i it not hater ti:in Moi y siI norti ing. 1'he eilitor will notl he respoisible for the views antd opision4 of correspoinsitulnts, unl less till 441amit are eclitoriaillv enldorsecd. Il'ItSl).\Y. MMiItil 25, 18...

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. — 25 March 1897

The People's Journal. COVAL ITEI. -The merhants did a good bus. iness Saturday. -Our streets were crowded with peoplo Saturday. -When two rido the same horso, one must rido behind. -The Whipperwill was hoard by several parties las.t wook. -Saturday was the first pretty day we have had in about a month. -In spite of the bad weather the farmers continuo to haul thoir guanio. -Tho mail schedule has boon changed back to its old timo, 7 o'clock. -Mrs. Tom Alexandor, of Cro% Crook, is very ill. Dr. Portor is at toiding her. -Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Banistor worshiippod at the Baptist church here Sunday. -R. L. Henderson, the photo grapher bor, visited in tho Looper section last wook. -Squiro Price is still in a criti cal condition, but we hope to see him out again soon. -J. C. Jennings has bought a splendid horse and can serve papers inl quick order. -Ira Mearos, who has beeI working at Pacolett for isome timo, is at hioie for a while. -G. C. Bolding, of Praters, lost. a. very valuable cow las...

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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