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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 23 September 1897

The People's Journal. 'I'. C. ItOiINS(1N, 'ditor. WV. O. tI .:STIK I{, PILIIh1. r. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year En.teredl at. theo iost O1114o at PiCkens ase ao("4)l(..'1ass matter. ''t1 ItiI)A V. SK I'l'T. 23, 1897. The peOl)lo are begliiiig to 'u alizO th it('11cortatil) (murO' of" thleir right 1111(1 !1" a govertiliolt. )y ill .juncti.l>, n111d the uttor confusion of la w ra-aulill(; gfi'rlnli .uiicial 1eR" isl;atioln ill IF(!(cl.ral cc"1t hou1ses. llow oft(n ill s I )evll t.e(il 'x l'lnlla ti+)n1 Of Ili In)assos, that, the Stato lawvs shou+tld bte Simplifie(1, -so thatt the av' r:Igo ('it i%oll COIil hiavo SOm'-6 <1..tinit(- knlowh'dge ot' his Or-i (linary ' l alr: ri -ights. l,tt for th., uilunl+"rf'(Ill l\Irlws onaI cto(I I y the Siupro+ c' urt, this Object night he ll)pr('xiN Il" td 111t Illo occllj)it ti n of[ Ih(' IlawvOr' eurltailocd. With fo l' 11w l11;lllt itt. Iret1's il l )l b blast thlis hlop.' 1)I ref orall is at d11llisi( li ,tl1(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. — 23 September 1897

The People's Journal. LOCAL ITEMS. -Cotton 6R @ 6 . -The opossum season is near at hhnd. -L. D. Stephens lost a valuable horse last week. -Equinox set in this week. Look out for rain t --Muscadines are ripening and the small boy is happy. -Rain is needed is the o y of most every farmer now. -A treaty of peace has been signed betweon Spain and Cuba. -Miss Lucia Folger, of Easley, is visiting Miss Corrie Bruce this week. -Dr. W. F. Austin will be in Central September 29th and 80th 1897. -Several valuable tracts of land are to be sold salesday in October. -Van Freeman, of the Maynard section, was in town on business Monday. -Editor W. W. Ball, of the Greenville News, was in Pickens last week. -Bora, unto Mr. and Mrs. J. L. 0. Thompson on the 18th inst., a fine girl. ---J. C. Jennings and family have moved into the Bradly h.use on Main street. --J. B. Merrel, representing the Walhalla Marble Works, was in town last week. -H. Abercrombie, who lives about three miles east of town, is vor ...

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. — 23 September 1897

Furman Uiniv'crsity the Beneliciary. THE C1ESAR'S IEA) IlOTEL And Two Thousand Acres of Land. A Noble Benefiactionl to Christian E ducationt. Gorenv'lie ALiunn er.ttiit Furman l v. t r-ity bi - ve the largest i itt in it, I, , r.v fromn any s ingle s t I 'i'. In tit': I 'li'~iI , ing l)ro ltspct of tt -. tution in Other rtspct i s. t - , ona tion wil inspir i r.- f; tm to redobie t ir di;- ne in it. h half. T elt' gift i- wit (n y : nt'ou amd nobly iliannd. but it i . tin y tnd opportune for the l';liver-ity. I)'-.:,;, Mrs. F . ,Of thi. (ity h;.t. donated the famoul Iloluntain r., toe tl.'s It'lad, wit.h a!! i' apu r1'' 1 an1Cet and hf hoiii ' ll t I a 1 i)urpottse' of I"1rn11in t'livt'r-""i'\t.\ : the right to iitt (:: "1- ( o it as the tru:tt Il-t i nt . Mnay de:4irc h('rtealtt'r. Lf st we t"ek the' t.rul t, o I t lumltbiat for ilh , iu''Ii' "' if < il-et ' new ofreideitl( 'nt. and)11 t1I tt' ;' c - ful in the tic eit of n ti f a t,' 4 '11'' gentleman and di i ''(-o 1 - t" WIIo...

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. — 30 September 1897

HE EOPLES JOURNAL. VOL. 7.---NO. 36. PICKENS, S. C., TU-lJRSI)AY, SElPTEBER 20, 1897. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. FiX FIRMLY IN YOUR MIND u mKTHIS FACT. That you intend to make your fall and winter pur chases at the store oflering the greatest values. XV e Moved - To this large, new store with the determination to outstrip competition, and to lay before the people such unmatchable values that the Big Store would be the busiest spot in the up country, since we are screwed down to The Last Notch. And the bands on new goods are being bursted at less profit than ever before. Quick sales and small profit is the way we do it. . A FEW OF THE MANY. Good Cotton Plaunel 5c. 29-inch heavy Cotton Plannel, bleached and un bleached, 8e. 30-inch heavy Outings 7 and ;.,-som3 others sell at 10.. 27 inch Oitings 5c. Heavy Red Twill Flannel, all wool, 124c. A better one, 15u. loavy Jeans 15. The 25c weight at 20e, 33e weight at 25c, and 4o; Goods 3 yds to $1. Great values in Blankets, 49lU pair up. All our Woo...

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. — 30 September 1897

'Tlie People's Journal. T.. 1. ItOBINSON, Editor. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year st Ollico at, Pickens as for first, Insertion, fif bse,itetit. insertiot), Ivertisel eits oil 1tul nu( o, ntr: 1tt. Te'(rms erash. Aninuial (,oll tr:lets, Iu1.V:0tlu i:lter. N( (;tvurite s. Onr w11'it''' to1 a1. No s1e li:'11 poAiliOn11 1rI' s ie il ites to foreign a(1 A.er-tisrs. A II stich 4nusl 1o the rut of t l' .t1"r :n1 :ut,ide by suc'h rates. .: II I: . in 1 4i1- :(11 c 1lV , 10 ets . in' f"'r li41 ints'rt i(11* :nl live vents for (:arl lbe pu- 1n1nt in5("'1iln. \ ilvrrl i rn1Intis flr 1'1ltn illg iss1ue sh(l1l(I he a nded, in not1 Iate'r 11h:ll Mton1ity t(1rn1 in4... , 1. .. .. :n .,. 1.. ,. n1,nsii r. for th1u -sin(lertts, atl- - e'n(1Or'se'l. :10, 1897. (iv1\1rm.r"1 1-:11l'rbe( has by1, pro'(Cla malitioll 11111lished to the OIld, that " tat( board do)(declar, th( th1 I ' 4 t11,)lr(I (if1(1i( (c'iliI( li1:>t the 1'111 r sha of ne (00111111it 51e UInes 014 al inarSil...

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. — 30 September 1897

The People's Journal. LOCAL ITEMS. -Cotton @ 0. -Whew ! didn't the wind blow Monday night. -Now is the time o' year to ad vertise. Send 'em in. -The machine shop is very near ady for occupancy. --Come to the meeting of the I %Piokens Rifles Saturday. -Remember the Teacher's meeting here next Saturday. -There will be a picnic at Shady Grove on Saturday Oct, 2d. -Miss Elise Mauldin. of Ander son, visited in Pickens last week. -A negro woman has been ad mitted to the bar in Tennessee. --A great deal of cotton is bo ing marketed by the farmers now. -It is said 100 pounds of flour will make 130 pounds of bread. -Dr. W. F. Austin will be in Easley. next Wednesday and Thurs day. -4J-'..JYoungblood and family visited in the Pea Ridge section Sunday, -Rev. J. R. Riley filled his rog lar appointment in the Presbyter ian church Sunday. -Misses Fannie Moore and Lizzie Boggs, of Liberty, visited in Pickens last week. -Tha County Alliance for Pick ens county will meet hero Tuesday October the 12t...

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. — 30 September 1897

A MOST UARING EPISODE OF THE WAR. iiO'l' PiUItSUIT Ola" A STOLJ,:N LOCOMO'IV1i. The Capture of an Engine at. Big Shanty Station---Dovices of the Fugitives and I)isastrous End of the Raitd. Bridgeport (Conn) Farmer. On a day in April, 1863, a passenger train from Marietta, Ga., stopped at the station of Big Shanty, eight miles north and the welcome word passed through the cars, " ten minutes for breakfast." Out swarmed th, pas songers, many of them soldiers of t,he Confederacy, and with the conductor, ongineer and brakesman eagerly sought the lunch counter. But among the passea,gers was a group of civilians. soi twenty in number, who seemed less hungry, and loitered on the plat form after the others had vanished in the refreshment room. Near the station was a Confederate camp, well tilled with new recruits, one of whom was pacing his heat as sentinel scare a dozen steps from the entrine. Had he been an old soldier the sen try would doubtless have paid more attention to the movements ...

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. — 7 October 1897

THE PEOPLES JR. VOL 7--N0 37. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8 - FIX FIRMLY IN YOUR MIND N N THIS FAOT. That you intend to make your fall and winter pur - chases at the store offering the greatest values. We NMoved To this large, new store with the determination to outstrip competition, and to lay before the people such unniatchable values that the Big Store would be the busiest spot in the up country, since we are screwed down to The Last Notch. And the bands on new goods are being bursted at less pro!t than ever before. Quick sales and small prcfit is the way we do it. o 8 A FEW OF THE MANY. Good Cotton Flannel 5c. 29-inch heavy Cotton Flannel, bleached and un bleached, 8c. 30-inch.heavy Outings 7 and 82.,-some others sell at 1W., 27- t inch Oatings 5c. Heavy Red Twill Flannel, all wool, 123c. A better one. t 15c. Heavy Jeans 15c. The 25c weight at 20c, 33, weight at 25s, and 4O Ii Goode : yds to $1. Great values in Blankets, 493 pair up. All our Wool ft Blankets are made out o...

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. — 7 October 1897

rTe people's Journal. T'. IlOtINSON, rlitor. \V. o. IIESTFER, P1nhr. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year Entered att the Post Ollice at Pickens as e c o tl- l a y n it tte r . 77 vjIi'ISNNG HtATES. O tloltar per inch for first Iisertion, ilf t O cents for each subtiseuent insertioi. ibra i tiscotuit. for ailveittiseni i"ts oni an na: contraetst. termts cs': .l Annual co" tracts, p: 't' lle el": -e l ' No faiv.riteus. (Oiii picet to aill. No spe ci: t t'iiion io' sletti Ititra te to foreign sti< vertiserts. A11 sneh utnist t:tke the rim of the alper :el :tide li sneh rates. I<,.eiI ttotiees, in lo':al eoltiunn, 10 reits per lii fior first in+ert i oi ti 1 1l iye eeits for p:U )h suitha etlet, inisertiol. Ael ti:et l tutits for entigli isste s le 1 bie lhatleel inl not lattertlIan lotlay mtorn The etitor will tiot. he respionsilile for tha vie's andt opinituns of .eorrespotlent5, lit less the saine tre editoriatly etidorsetl. '111I-S )AtY. OCT. 7, 18t)7. 'li...

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. — 7 October 1897

The People's Journal. LOCAL ITEM. --Cotton @ 0. -Mrs. Henry Langston is very ill. ---irs. N. O. Cothran, nee Field, of Pindor, is very ill. -The "Callaboose" was not at all lonely Monday night. -Pickens merchants did a liyely business Saturday. -Solicitor Ansel was among his Piokeus friends this week. -A large crowd was in towin Monday attending the sales. -Mrs. J. L. Murpree, Dalton, veisted at Joptha, N. C., last week. -J. M. Padgett, of Greonvillo, spent several (lays in town this week. -Miss Emily Harrison, of the Briggs section, is very sick with fever. -Lawyer McCollough, of Green ville, was in town ol business last week. -Mrs. S. A. S. Porter who has been quite ill for some time is still very sick. -C. C. Porter, of Tstmini,st.er, visited his son, Dr. F. S. Portbhr, -this week. -The Board Registration woreo in session Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. -City Attorney Morgan, of Greenville, was in Pickons on busi ness Monday. -J. M. Duckworth and C. E. Robinson visited at Brevard,...

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. — 7 October 1897

QE. N[AL DOW _OF PROHIBITION FAME. 111S SlEItVICIE IN PITACU AND WAR 'io Stor'y of' lii eiemarkable Life ant the incidenis 14ea1liig to the 'assage of Igid 'I'entpotlc lregislat ionll in jIs State. Ihe most )cturC-t1iue figiure in the whole lold of reform, General Neal I)ow, of 1'orland18, Maine, is 1 tssinig 1a i1Yawill'. Gonorli .)ow is the originator of the D'alnO L'a , and i the IiOllt' I'Iob i tiist in this coltry. t i , lives in a large, spaciou, old-tim brick house in the Very heart of the toxn, sur rounded by a iarL:e, wel-kept lawn. lie built Lhis house 6' years ago. From the front wcindows, across the ,treet.. you look over to the boune of his eon; Colonel -'red N. I)ow. the house in whicb he was h;,rnl. }i{re in this ) diasait' h 'ie the old te )peI'a. e heo t) is passing to the dis tant home. w v rll is ln; de right that o ; u/.'-- - h i re''. A leOnine face. crofwni d Sith ;t )roftisll (1) ,nowv, white bair. a warn grasp of the hand. and you are weleomle to his louse, V...

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. — 14 October 1897

4 r7--0 THE PEPLE'SJOU NAL V0'S. C., .HRSDAY, OCTOBER , REATEST STOR' Thrift, Truth and Square Dealing BUILT IT. What's the use of being a merchant if you can'1 buy and sell cheaper than others. Your six cents cotton will do the duty here of eight cents cottor elsewhere; so you are out nothing if you buy youi stuff at the new store. We are sending out living advertisements daily to that fact. This strong .chal from a re: ponsible firm. Look Sharp and . BUY liGIL 20 yards of Cotton Flannel, $1; 25 yards Checks, $1; 2t yard of Heaviest Checks sold, $1; 20 yards Outing, $1; 2( yards Bleaching, $1; 18 yards Heavy Red Twill all wool Flannel, $1; 7 yards heavy Jeans, $1; 4 yards heavy 33 1-3c Jeans, $1; 2 prs. of 10-4 Blankets, 98c; I pr. heavv Army Blankets, 98c; the finest all wool 1-4 Blankets only $3.-8 great variety of Woollen Dress goods, 10c to $1; a 46 incl' 50c all wool Surah Serge in black colors only 37 cents Broadcloths, 38c to $1. You can't afford to miss the new store. Let U...

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. — 14 October 1897

. "T ad+y uwi ""v. ". ~7 eo People s Journal (.tOI INSUN H-iitor. W1. 0. II ;'l 'l IEt, P bl sh.)r. __ PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year 1 Fn;cvrll rt the Potst Olier" al. Pirkenls ats econl-elass natter. - = - Al )V TI'l'IN ( IRATES. One dollar per ilnch for irst1 insert.ion, fif ty centy for each subseqtitent. isertion. Liberal d isiount- for advertisements on an nual cont.rnets. 1Termts ensh. Annual c t triets. Pa.1 ble pi :rterly. No favoritte. ta trw i t 'al. No spe cial i t- "', ! , ' ,.1i"ri;t ! l \vo1t r n I -" t '' :u + % th- ilter at.i tbido bit ' - r mte-. bocal notil"ts. itn local t'oltlnnt, 14) rents per line for first insertion anl five eents for each y11ltv"inet'tI i-wtrttn. Advertisements for coming issue should be handed in not. later than Monday morn The editor wVill not he reslponsiblo for the vtews and opinions of correspondents, Unl jo4s the same are editorially endorsed. ''il1t-1)A Y, OCT. 14, 1897. A Ielighilfuul Trip. Your corre'spo)nde...

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. — 14 October 1897

The People's Journal. LOCAL ITEMS. -Cotton @ 6. -Good rains Monday. --Mrs. H. B. Hendricks is very 111. The mail gets here at 5 o'clock instead of 7. -See list of Petit Jurors in another column. -There are 369,674 school tea chers in the United State:. -Calvin Land, of Greenville county, has moved near town. -Dr. J. M. Crenshaw, of Tablo Mountain, is enlarging his dwell - ing. -Freeman & Hendricks will be among the JOURNAL advertisers next week. Watch 1 -Dave Hendricks, of Mica, was sfiously hurt last week by a horso r!nning.away with him. -Miss Mary Keolor, of White Horse, Greenville county, visited at Mr. M. Hendricks's last week. -Misss,Cana and Mary Glazen "r, of Jeptha, N. C., visited the Misses Harris, of Field, this woek. -Mrs. Julia A. Bryson and two children, of Asheville, N. C., vis ited at J. M. Duckworth's last. week. -The dispensary has paid into treasury during its lifetime $288, 500.48, which includes $50,000 loaned for the start. -We hear the railroad will be bui...

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. — 14 October 1897

A Tale of To Jokers BY CiIARLES ii. LEWIS. It used to be the irm of Baker . White, but Baker purchased White' interest in the firm, and then the sigi read, "John 1. Baker." It was jus after this hange had taken place tha I was made head clerk, and that u stranger named Charles Villian Thompson appeared in the town o Greendale. Our business was that of a general store, and Mr. Baker was the owner of a big woolen mill in the town. 'Tho rear end of the store, with an entrance on a side street, was divided off and rented to the govern mont as a post ollice, and there was a door communicating from the store. Mr. Baker had a large safe in the store, and in this the postmaster kept his spare funds and stamps. We had three clerks and a bookkeeper, and it was rare that any of us had an idle hour. Mr. Baker was a jolly, good-natured man of middle age, who dearly loved a joke. People used to say that his hearty laugh was as good as a tonic. Mr. Thompson arrived in Greendale one afternoon to se...

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. — 21 October 1897

r.. THE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL VOL. 7.---NO. 3Q. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2 1897 ONE DOLLAR A YE REENVILLE'S REATEST STOR " Thrift, Truth and Square Dealing BUiLT IT. What's the use of being a merchant if you can't buy and sell cheaper than others. Your six cents srcptton will do the duty here of eight cents cotton elsewhere; so you are out nothing if you buy your stuff at the new store. We are sending out living advert isements daily to that fact. This strong chat from a re: ponsible firm. Look Sharp and BUY HIGH 20 yards of Cotton Flannel, $1; 25 yards Checks, $1; 20 I yard of Heaviest Checks sold, $1; 20 yards Outing, $1; 20 yards Bleaching, $1; 8 yards Heavy Red Twill all wool Flannel, $1; 7 yards heavy Jeans, $i; 4 yards heavy 33 1-3c Jeans, $1; 2 prs. of 10-4 Blankets, 98c; I pr. heavy Army Blankets, 98c; the finest all wool 10-4 Blankets only $3A8; great variety of Woollen Dress goods, 10c to $1; a 46 inch 50c all wool Surah Serge in black colors only 37 cents; Broadcloths...

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. — 21 October 1897

The People's Journal. T. U. ROINION, Editor. W. O. I IEISTI(R, P'nuIshar. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year Entore(l at the Post Ollie at Pickens as seconi(-chas inatter. A)VERTISING RATES. One diollar per inch for first insertion, fif ty cents for ea.i u51ise(tent insertlon. Lihwral (liscount for ad vertisements on an n(",., -a m t. T " ' An'luaal con1 jI in wr,' " . - ,- l No w Oinl po sitin "' i.' - t' t,- fce i;tn :.1 v"ertisaa'$. All au(h a:an t t ie' the ru11 of tie paper ail abid,' 1 suehl rates. L04cal notiee . in loafa1 ('0l11n, 10 rents per line for lirst insertion anti live cents for 4)ach sub1se(lnenl insert i(n. Aivertisetn("nts for coming issue sho1ld be h1an11alel i inl It later thn Monday morn -lug. The editor will not he responsible for the vties and opiiions of corresp>ondents, 1n less the s:ame a're eiitorially entdorsed. 'Til l'Ii)t. Y, 01'. 21, 1897. ('!t i'TICIS . It takes no groat degroo of in tolligencO or patriotism to criti cisO 11...

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. — 21 October 1897

The People's Journal. ,EAL ITEMaS. -Seed oats at Harris'. -Good lunches at Harris'. -Furmture going cheap at Harris'. -The game law goes out the S1et iust. -Can goods, cakes and crackers at Harris'. =Horse shoes and nails 20o. pe r set at Harris'. --Opossum hunting is the order of the night now. -Dr. W. F. Austin will be in Pickens court week. -Walter Langston has a nice position in Greenville. -Cheap lot of glassware, cock ory and tinware at Harris'. -H. L. Clayton, of Central, was in town Monday on business. --Local news is scarce this week as the people are 1'usy at home. --Miss LToia Folger, of Easley, visited Miss Corrie Bruce this -.Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Looper, of Mica, are visiting in Pickens this week. -Court convenes here Monday with Judge 0. W. Buchannon pro siding. -Mrs. L. L. Inabinett who has been very sick for several days is convalescent. -See change in the ad. of J. H. Morgan & Bro., of Greenville, on the first page. -Miss Lula Cagle, of Greenville, Pis visiting Mi...

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. — 21 October 1897

~otne atia arm TIIE VALUE OF COTTON SEED. DE'LORAHLE IGNORANCE AS TO TIIE"' USES OF 1H1'LLS AND M3AL. To the Editor of The State: May I say a few words through your columns to the farmers in this vicinity on a conidition of affairs which prob ably exists in other parts of the State ? 1 allude to the almost total neglect of the value of cot ton seed hulls as a feeding and feltihzing material. I wish to preface my remarks by say ing that I am not interested in any oil nill, am merely doing general expert work in the cotton oil industry and while of nece.sity conversant with the facts, am pl(robably as disinterested as al person could well be in the advice I give. I was toll to-day by INu unusually inl Ielligent attorney of this place, who is also a practical farmer, that the people hereabouts know prlcticltlly no us , for cotton seed meal except as a fertilizer; that neither cattle nor 'laity cows were fed in these pars on hulls and meal and that it woultd be very dillicult to convinc...

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. — 28 October 1897

7 /{A9 THE SEos J VOL. 7---N0. 40. PICKENS C. THURSDAY, 28, 1897. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. " What They Say About MORGAN'S Every dollar that you spend is given its fullest purchasing power. Ev ery article they sell bears the stamp of l"onest value. They have th confidence of their customers and will never abuse It. They Quote th Lowest Prices. They pay The Highest Price for Cotton. When you lay it along side their yard stick and merchandise. It will ua doubtedly pay you to make your fall bill of Dry Goods and Shoes witl them. They carry the largest -stock in the city, giving you a bettei selection. If you only spend a dime or a dollar, for any amount they givc you the greatest value. They appreciate your trade and will spare ni pains to please you. In their N-w STORE you will find the greatest collection of Dress Goods, Silks. Trlmmings, No {:. . , tions, Hosiery, Underwear, Jeans, Flannels, Blankets, Sheetings, Shirt ings, Calicoes, Ginghams, Outings, Cotten Checks, Capes and Jackets, Car...

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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