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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 19 August 1897

The People's Journal 'T. U. I{OIIIN$ON, E ditor. W. O. IIESTER, PuiblIshiri. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year Entered at the Post Ofico at P'ickens a eocond-class matter. ''II IJIISDIA Y, AU;Gt-1' 11), 1897. SENATO I M cLAUIRIN SIC . Tho Yorkviilo Imeoting was oventful and will ho remombsred by the canididatos and audionce. Mr. Mayfield after making his usual speech and failing to prove populism in Mr. McLaurin, with drow from the race in dramatic style, exquisito tasta and oxcellent judgment. Mr. MeLaurin finished hif speech amid )ipplaluso and, as he started for fresh air, fell to thc floor completely exhausted. Dr. Whito administored two tablets of niro-glycerino with good effect and his patient, was taken to the hotel, wher1 he recovered sufli cieitly to go to Columbia tho next. day. ito is now at his home in Marlboro county and will not be able to sjo'nk again in the can paigl. Whilo his conditi on is not necessarily davgerous. yet his physician h1as for...

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 August 1897

Tihe people's Journal * OOAL ITEM1S. ..-Read Proc laination in anothe column. ....everal interesting articlei wore crowded out this week. ..-P. Eugene Alexander, of At. la.ita, is in Pickens this week, -Will Ligon, of Greenville, via ited at Sheriff McDaniel's thil week. -.D. B. Finney arrived in towi Monday, after an absence of sov oral weeks. -Miss Beulah Ligon, of Green, ville is visiting the Misses McDan. iel this week. -Mrs. W. M. Hagood and son Bruce, of Easley, visited in Pick. ens last week. -Miss Florence Bowen is visit. ing Mrs. J. F. Banister, of Catee choe, this week. -Mr. and Mrs. J. Marion Loop. er, of the Mica section, visited it Pickens last week. -Master Willie McKinzie, of Greenville, is visiting at Capt. H C. Grady's this week. -There will be preaching at Enon Baptist church on next Fri day night at 8 p. m. -Cal. Rattorree, of Chester, is on a visit to the family of Dr. J. D. Cureton this week. -Come to the polls the 31st inst., and cast your ballot for UnitEd Sta...

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 August 1897

What Constitutes an Original Package JUDGE SIMONTON ANSWERS TIIl QUESTION. An Original Package is ltac One He lilveretl to the Comnmon Carrier Out Nitlo t ie State. C'iarleSton Newts aai ti rier. h.ver since the first deiesion In re garld to the Sale of ihIll lr in "toi" riuil paka,c-" the etTlle havO boon tanxiousc to kno w" ju-t wh"!al:t constituted Uan "originall package" inl law. The ein-hanis wIo nlit, into the packago I notur hu: ine's took the ground that i package menueut, a al itluunt of liquor that Could he Illipal ailono into the Statei, adti the iakatgite toretis have had for somle t.imae ja I sueh "pack ages." lott,ll's wrapie"d iad sealed se1 arateIy antd sIhippued looso in cars have het'n im potrted tand sold, hut ,till thert was it doubt in the mintl af the gel'neral public wlhethor t.his wou he bt'hl legal or not. Now the mattr h:t- bt'n settled. Judge Simlont n h:ta - ltd in ti.i (nitted Stattes (:ir uit ('ourt, lih, d'etiiit itn the cases rt'nt ly brouIht up befor...

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 August 1897

THEPOPE'S JURNL . VOL. 7.---NO- 31- PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, AUGUST 26, 1897. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. Aunti Ma " What a sad face your washwoman bas, Helen," Aunt Mary remarked across the dinner table. " Has she ?" laughed her niece, pretty Mrs. Walford. "I hadn't noticed. But I know she is dreadfully slow about her work. She is always two or three hours behind the neigh borhood in getting the clothes on the line. 1 wouldn't keep her only that she is so careful and particular." "To be particular and do the work well is a goad deal to be said for any one these helter-skelter days. She doesn't look strong ; do you know any thing about her circumstances?" asked Aunt Mary. "'Not a thing," Mrs. Walford an swered. "I pay her when the work is done, and ask her no questions about her affairs. I don't know that it Is any of my business." " And yet you belong to several charitable societies," Aunt Mary sug gested softly. "Ono of them, I think you said is called the 'Helping Hand.'" "Oh, the 'Helpi...

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 August 1897

The People's Journal. T. C. ItOil INSON, Iit"r. W . O. lksTie. itl li.h.'r. PUiLISIHED EVERY THURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year Enteretl at. the Post Oflice at Pickens as eecontl-chats m:tter. '1'11'180\ ,ll'G1l-;T 2G, 18t'). I'flUMAltl' ELECTION. Next Tuesday, tho 31st instant, will be the (lly of the primary election for Ilited States Senator and it, is important that the peo plo turn out and vote. Whlile ill the candidates once bolonged to tho same faction, vet to show that factional lies are o)1itortted and that the 1rilllry election is)appro ciated, every voter should indi cate his hoice by ballot., oven if it bo Ilobson 's choico with some. Shoul ld there ho a light vote polled, tIhere will probably ho an effort dule to abolish the primary plan. nder the primary the )peo ple Call Control the (loctions, un11 der any o;her the politicians will be bowss8. The price of Iilbcrty is eternal vigi a and the perpet 11ity of the pep1l(e's rule will (e -pend upon the constant watch...

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 August 1897

The People's Jouriail1. LOCAL #WEMN. -Fodder palling is near at hand. .--J. A. Sheppard, of Easley, was on our street$ Mon day. -Auditor Christophot visited in Spartanburg county this week. -The rains last week wore very much needed by the turnip crops. -If you want prompt and quick results advertise in the JoURNAlL. -Miss Nora Holder visitod rola tives and friends in Central this week. -Miss Lida Hagood, of Easley, visited Miss Corrio Bruco this week. -The railways of the world carry over 40,000,000 passengers weekly. . -See notice of Pickens Rifles in another column and profit thereby. -Lawyer B. A. Morgan of Greec ville, was in town last week on business. -How to make time fly--bor row money and give a short note at bank. -Miss Olive Thornley visited rol atives and friends in Anderson this week. -J. O. Brock and wife have moved into the Ambler house on Main street. -Three things affect a mani's spirit-a dull day, an empty purse and living in love. -The Antioch school com monced M...

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 August 1897

The 'Petorane. BY MISS E. F. ANDREW. [Lines suggostod by seeing the Confederate survh ore lgno into the con etory on Momorial Day,) I see them slowly marching year by year, A lessening band, to that lone camping ground, Where their champions in the days that tried Men's souls have grounded arms forever. Ease has seldom boon their portion; bronzed by sun And bit by winter's cold, they bear the sears And blows of envious time as valiantly As once they bore the buifetings of war. For them a nation's coffers have niot bled To salve their wounds with gold ; but when, worn out . With fatal victories, they left the fild, Where valor long had strove in vain with might, Like that great son of Rome whose con quering arm Dlid not disdain to guide the plow, they sheathed Their swords, and asking aid of none but God By honest toil redeomed and glorified The land their fruitless valor could not save. See whele they come, an ever lessening band I Torn by life's storms and chilled by numbing frosts...

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 September 1897

THEPEOPLES__ORI%h VOL. 7.--NO- 32. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, -EFTEMBEiR 2, 1897. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR.'I ACGREAT GATHE1 The Reunion Sixteen Hundrc spond to An Enthusiastic Conv MONUMENT TO THE Charleston the Me( The Greatest Pic-Nic Ev Sponsors' Receptic From The G(reenvilie Moun tain eer. Greenville has been the meuca of the Confederate veterans this week, and from all sections of the State they havo come to join in the largest and mncst successful reunion that has yet boon hold in South Carolina. Morc than sixteen hundred survivors were enrolled at headquarters in the club rooms, and every one was .on" on hav. ing a good time. 1or three days and nights thu throng upon our streets continued without intermission excepi when the tired but happy veterar sought a few hours of reposc and slum ber, but 4e was awake with the dawi and never grow weary of greeting hih old comrades, with whom hoexchanged tales of the long ago and recallod the times when they faced dangers and endured privations...

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. — 2 September 1897

Theo .Peoples -Journal. T. U. llBINSON, Editor. W. 0. IIES'TElR, Ptbiieh3r. UBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year Entered at th1e Post Oflice at Pickeus as secou(-e"las matter. AI)VERTISING RATES. Ogne dollair pe.r inch for first. insertion, fif ty cetnts for ieach fiseutient insertion. Liberal dliscount for advert isements on an tnual contraets. Termns cash. Anunaal con tracts, payaile tluarterly. No favorites. One price to all. No spe cial liosition or specia rates to foreign ad vertisers. All stuh nimust take the run of the paper and abide by such rates. Local notices, in local colttmn, 10 cents per lino for first, insertiotn and live cents for cla subseiuent inscrtion. 'TlII'UlSI).\Y, S1' T'. 2, 1897. MIy1a1rd News. E1)I'ron JOURNAL: The hopes andu detsires of Peter wero carried out at the Old Soldiors picnic at Iooper''s Shop on Saturday last. Presidont Field called the moot ing to order. 'Tho Rev. J. E. Fos tor led in a very earnest and ap prop)iate pray'er. ...

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. — 2 September 1897

The People's Journal. LOCAL ITEMIS. -We want the news, eend it in. -Mrs. W. A. Palmer is very ill. -Mrs, G. W. Griflin, of Loopor, is very sick. -Israel Ferguson, colored, is very low with fever. -Mr. J. P. Farr, of Farr's was in town Monday on business. -Mrs. W. H. Ashmore is con fined to her room with sickness. -Miss Stella Nowbory's condi tion is much improved at this writ ing. -Mr. Thos. Norris, of Catee ohee, visited in Pickens last Sun day. -Lawyer W. F. Blassingame went to Greenville on business last week. -J. A. Cisson handed us on the 81st ult., a bean that inasurod u fourteen inches. -Mr. Rufus Ray, of Henderson ville, N. C., visited in the Mica section last week. -Fielding Lewis and son, of central, were in town last week among old friends. -Mrs. W.B. Freeman and child, of Greenville, are on a visit to J. B. R. Freeman's this week. -News reached us Tuesday of the serious illness of Mrs. W. B. Singleton, of near Ea&ley. -Miss Julia Banister, of Or angeburg county, is v...

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. — 2 September 1897

A GREAT GATHERING OF VETERAN, (('ONT"1'IN U 111 FROM FiUST PAGE.) Gen. Walker, the convention was ac journed with prayer by Rev. S. P. J Elwell. "')ii;: WOM:N 01" T1,1.: cON l:E-:RtAUCY, The night session was-3 devoted mair ly to the project of erecting a mion mont to the women of the Souther Confederacy, and there was a brillian assembiage in the hall of young an old Carolinians. who went wild witt enthusiasl over the appearance of bevy of charming and pieture:que we men, Coim) prising1 the sponsors atn( maids of honor representing the camp of the veterans and of the sons of vet erans. It is seldom that sueh a seen is ever witnessed. The spitnsers wer to attend the meeting in a body, afte assembling at the parlors of the South ern Hotel, from whence they wer( escorted by the Sons of Veterans, unde collanld of G; en. -. '. C'apc:s. Ow in to the rain the -ponsorb were a lit.tic late, but whcn they did come, with Col lloyt at their iieal, what an ovaton they receivei : AL tie suggesti...

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. — 9 September 1897

THE PEOPLE'S R VOL 7.--NO. 33- PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 897. OND The Westminster Abbey of South Carolina, INTERESrING SKCETOEI OF AN HIS TORIC CHURCH. Old St. Philips in Charleston from the Establishment of the Church of England Under the Itoyal Char ter of 1005 to the Present Time. Much of the history of the early col onies is written on the headstones of graves in quaint and crowded church yards. These burial places were gen erally close to the doors of the church, so that living and dead might be in touch, and the tombs afforded conven ient and appropriate material upon which to inscribe the simple but im portant annals of the parish. Communal life, in those primitive days, grouped itself about the church. This was the case with the Puritans in Massachusetts, the Baptist dissenters in Rhode Island, the Quakers in Penn sylvania, the Huguenots in South Car olina, and even with the Cavaliers in Virginia. It was a departure from British precedent, asi 'Anglo-Saxon commu...

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. — 9 September 1897

'The P~eoples Jolirl al . T,I,. r',. 11 11 . lii hir. - PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Subscription One 1)oliar a Year Entereel at tho post lOlico lit Pickons is seo etI-class ntattter. -- - A li.lt'I'ISIN( iA''ES. OMte <dollar per ineh for urst, insertiot, lif. e-nts fo,r al sbhsequ ent, inisert.ion. i eral (isroat for a vertiseI1ments 011 oiln n t t eontri-ars. 1Terals e ash. Antital on traets, 1 t11 ie a tr(erl.v Nio favorites. One jrice to all. No spe olaiti ointn 11 or sp ecia rates to foreign ad vortisers. AI such lOIst. talke t.he riutn of the papewr anl al ide by sucth rates. Lo)all Inottil"es, itl Iural tolunI t 1 0, o ents per ltine fi'1' irst insertiont atl iVo eettat for oneh1 S Iit'ste It insert iti . Ader'l'tis4ienil tls f)r 1liinig issue sholelt bec hanule<l inl not Iater thati MOtIIlay norni ing. ''he eIlitor will not 1e res4onib)le for the views anei opiions of corresp Itt'lemts, ltt less the s,lIe.are ettitorialIV en<lorsedl. ''Ill'ItSI)A Y. Sil''. ti, 1897. ('...

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. — 9 September 1897

The People's Journal. LOOAL. ITEMS. -Col. J. E. Hagood was in town this week. -Dr. W. F. Austin will be in Easley Sept. 15th. -Good raius were reported in the Olga section last week. -Lemuel E. Looper has treated himself to a nice now buggy. -Dollar wheat ought to call for ten cent cotton, it looks like. -T. G. Boggs, of Liberty, was in town on business last week. -Sam Mauldin, of the Green. ville News, was in town Tuesday. -Mrs. G. M. Clyde, of Eansloy, visited at Magistrate Jonkins' lost week. -Pain Pilgrim, of the Prater's section, had a bale of cotton gin ned Monday. -Prof. Pace, of Saluda Station, :I his singing school at Mount r Friday. 1trs. B. F. Murphro, of Crow c, visitod at Mr. J. C. Alex ander's this week. -The constabulary force, G ov ernor Ellerbe says, will he romoved the 1st of October. -Prof. Miles Allgood closed a flourishing school at Bethol, dis trict No. 43, Friday. -The U. S. coinmmissionern court seems to be oory dull now as well as the magistrates. -Emps. Fre...

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. — 9 September 1897

CHRLE S La [Cpyright. 1-"7, by the Author.] CIAPTEl':R I. Wh,'y ie should have ehosetn Such epot for his dwelling 'it one ccud ill' agiuo. The ' Val lry of D hl, " the oh spanish settlers had Called it, and it de served its title, for a more utterly hope less, desolate, l'arren regionl was not. it be found in all A riona. Within l:5 ininn $ites' ride fromn the fort there were hall a dozen oxcellenit "St"ctions" supplied Ncith abund+ite of rich i itton grass, wood and water. ay (in oi' which he might. have iai ftr t he taking. to say nothing of contiguity to the p1st--no small matter in a t"onlitr v wht re ally day in the year one might I ea "i iupum to defend on's life and pe1 rt.t agan} the very wor:t savag.t tlie gXt ''. But Ou'r iglet'l all -bh 'n-u cra tions. A dt'Tutatin. of wv hich1 I w a l one, went out from the ft"rt c' day to warn himt acainuSt the ft':v ti tf - -ttii ' He receivtl ui vit h : \ t"" ;\ I tened towhat we hail t:- , - il ly declined cur a;lvi' T. chosen FUital...

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. — 16 September 1897

THE PEOPLE'S V 7.--NO 34. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER i6, THE BIG STORE. NEw GOODS For the past week case after case of New Goods have been opened up. We can now show you the most elegant and varied stock of Dress Goods, Silks and Trimmings ever shown in a Greenville store. OUR NEW STORE gives to us great advantages in the way of room and light. We ittend to give to the trade the best goods for the least money to be had. We want the "Big Store" to be a "household word" with every housekeeper. Our range of styles and qualities in Dress Goods, from 25c to $1.00, is unmatchable. Handsome Novelty Patterns (no two alike), from $3.45 up. Silks! Silks! Silks ! Silks that are prettier and cheaper than ever before. Taffetas in plain and changeable effects, in fact all the new conceits in silks. GREAT VALUES in Flannels, Jeans, Cassimeres, Blankets, ready made Pants, Underwear, Shoes, &c. r|'To secure the BEST GooDs for the LEAST MONEY come to our new place, No. 211, Upper Main St...

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. — 16 September 1897

The People's Joutnal. 'I. (. I1tiNS.ON, iditor. W1. ( . It i1K IT.t, i'u blirlh?r. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year Entered it the Post Onlice at Pickens as tat+oiml-elass nattler. A )V ;RIEt IN(I RATES. One dolhar per inch for first insertion, tif tv tenty for each subelitletit. insertion. Libiher:al di coint for advertisenents on an numa il anrts. T1errns ensh. Annutial con tracts, inty':thiet gitarterly. No faavoritrv. One priee to all. No spe oial iositio0n or sp eeia rates to foreign ad vortiserK. All suh must take the run of the p ape1'r ittl abide by sneh rates. Lot"al notices, in locaal column, 10 cents per l tie r sit St, insertion and live ecuts for eaci sith siapu.nt. insertion. Adverti.ements for coming issue shoulil be hande4d in not later than Monday morn Ing. The editor will not he responsible for the vlew5s antl opinions of correspondents, tin less the sal are editorhally endlorsed. Till'ItS)A Y, SEl'T. 16, 1897. LIQU'Ofl PItOBIE2M. Memeil'rs ...

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. — 16 September 1897

. ~ PiR11Wl .~4 ..jjI.. M tLAJ 1.. .. VTt M. "j .. ' the l j)jpt'J i J~UltI 1U. LOCAL ITJE1I. -Cotton 0g @ 64. .-Look for the Treasurer's ro port next week. -J. H. Brown, of Liberty, was in town last week. -Jesse Morris, son of A. M. Morris, is very ill. -Dr. W. F. Austin will bo Iml, Pickens September 20th to 23d. -T. K. Hudgens, of Easly, was in town on business last week. W. H. Ashmore was confined to his room last week with sickness. -Rufus Ashmore has a nice position as clerk for J. McD. Bruce. -J. D. Holder brought two bales cf new cotton to town Tues day. -D. F. Futherland moved back to his home on the Oolenoy last week. -Magistrate P. D. Curoton, of Eanley, was seen on our atreats Mondav. N. Wyatt, proprietor the lotel, at Easley, was in iesday. -Frank E. Cox and wife moved into the house recently vacated by Maj. Stewart Monday. -Mr. Elijah Chapman, of tho Crow Creek section, is reported as being critically ill. -John Waldrop, who lives near Beverly, had a cow and hog bitten...

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. — 16 September 1897

No" "WAKE UP, JONAH!" By JOAQUIN MILLER. [Copyright. 19St7. by tho Author.] Jonah was and is even now to be soon hero snugly housed in one end of his hugo old whaleboat by one of our Oak land wharfs, an old Yankeo sailor, tall, lean, lank, once as full of old seal stories as an old pincushiol is full of oid needles. Nearly all of theso stories are made up of dreadful shipwrecks, in every one of which ho bore a conspicu ous part and was each time tho worst sipwrookod sailor of the wholo crow, and I think this is why the Califor nians, long, long ago, when1 it was tho habit to call men by queer namiiiies, called this wan Jonah. Anyhow the name was firmly fasteled on hit when a few years ago he was set to watch a certain place by the shoro and give alarm in ease of fire. Well, in a few days the place took fire, and everything, including (11(1 Jo nah, as it was thought, was lurned to ashes. But as these aliforniians always rebuild very quickly the workmen, while clearing away for a new ...

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. — 23 September 1897

H? E R A S V O L. 7AN 0 35 7.-- N0. 35,PICKI:NS, S. C., TH'II1SI)AY, SEPTEMBER , 1 897.. THE BIG STORE. NEW GOODS For the past week case after case of New Goods have been opened up. We can now show you the most elegant and varied stock of Dress Goods, Silks and Trimmings ever shown in a Greenville store. OUR NEW STORE gives to us great advantages in the way of room and light. We ittend to give to the trade the best goods for the least money to be had. We want the "Big Store" to be a "household word" with every housekeeper. Our range of styles and qualities in Dress Goods, from 25c to $1.00, is unmatchable. Handsome Novelty Patterns (no two allke), from $3.45 up. Silks ! Silks ! Silks ! Silks that are prettier and cheaper than ever before. Taffetas in plain and changeable effects. In fact all the new conceits in silks. GREAT VALU&S in Flannels, Jeans, Cassimeres, Blankets, ready made Pants, Underwear, Shoes, &c. f~To secure the BEST GOODS for the LEAST MONEY come to our new p...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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