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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 28 October 1897

Ie People's Journal. T. C. EINON, l:ditor. W. o. IIKS'T'Elt, potIliihlr. PUBLISHED VEgY THURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year Entered t the Post Ofice at Pickens as seconcl.Class matter. =v=E;i'TISIN(U RATES. One dollar per Incl for first insertion, fif ty cats for each subsequsent insertion. ileral discot nt for advertisernents on an nata contracty. 'Terms cash. Annual con rctviayhbe qtlarterly. No fvi rites. One price to all. No spe ciail p)ositioni or special rattes to foreign a<1 vertisers. Alt ateli itait take thie rant of the paper awd abide by snch rates. Local iotifers, in local columnt, 10 cents per line for first. insertion and five cents for each shst!etinent insertion. Advertisomet;nts for coing issue sltotit be hanultd in not later than Monday morn iing. Tie editor will not he responajblo for tho views antii opiniotis of correspondents, in ess the same are otlitorially endorse<d. T il tl ).4 Y , O C 1'. 28, 1897. The $1i1to Superintendont of Educat.iotn has sen...

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. — 28 October 1897

The People's Journal. LOCAL ITEMS. -Cotton is still solling at a low price. -The matrimonial race goner ends in a tie. -The livery stablo of B. M. Griffin is about completed. -Born unto Rev. and Mrs. L. I. Inabinett on the 21st inst., a son. -Wm. A. Gresham, of Clemson College, visited in town this wook. -The streets could have hold many more people at this term of court. -Several interesting articles for publication were crowded out this week. --Dr. W. F. Austin will b) in Easley November 2d and 3d in elusive. -An ad'.'. beauty is only ink deep, but its power cannot be fathomed. -Dispenser Baker's sales Mon day and Tuesday were not as large as afther courts. -Mrs. W. H. H. Ariail is quite feeble at 'her homo near Easley, with rheumatism. -An infant of Mr. and Mrs. E. F.-Keith, of Table Mountain, is very low with fever --Mrs. Matilda Looper, of Mica, who has been in very feeble health for some time, is convaloscent. -- ou can't get tho honey of trade from the blossoms of busi ness u...

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. — 28 October 1897

MANUAL TiAaNiNG mN,C1UOLS No Detraction from the 01(1 SysteRn of Education--As I[onorable to Forge a Bolt, as to lolivor a Greek Oration. To the Editor of Tho Nows and Cou rier: The subjcot of manual training haor hosu rtly advocated by many has been recnoducator"scofctho State, of the loading UCtOoftetae who ccogliZo its merits, and desire to wngat it into the public school sys tem. ''heso farsighted mon see the South of :o-day not the South of forty years ago. Now conditions exist, now phases of life havo forced them solves upon us, and the education of the past will not satisfy the conditions of the pr0Sent. With mills rising on every stream, with industries multiplying, the boys of South Carolina need something more than a literary education, some thing more than a proficiency in math ematics, Inglish and the languages. Manual training does not seek to de tract ftom, but rather to add to, the old education, The good points of the old atre preserved, and, with addition to mneet 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. — 4 November 1897

iv * rl- I PEOP LES J PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4, ONE DOLLAR AYA Wi AER 4 . THE LEADERS, In style assortment and prices. Years of persistent and continued under selling have gained for us the reward of public conildence. We make no idle boast when we positively aflirm that no house in this part of the country retails 7 merchandise, taking quality into consideration, at so little profit. A Word About .Dress Goods. In this new store and in this large department, you can find any thing you wish. Listen a moment. Ono lot 48 Inch all wool reversible Serge in black and colors, worth 50c,- our price 37e. One lot 38 inch Heavy Moh airs worth 35c, our price 16* One lot fine finish HIenriettas (no off shades) black and colors. would be cheap at 25o, our price 10. One lot 36 inch fancy two tone novelties wprth 25c, our price ]5c. Same goods In 40 inch for 20c. One lot 54 inch Ladies Cloths worth The for 490. One lot Ladies Cloths 54 inch worth 90c foe 58c. A 48 Inch black all wool Su...

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 November 1897

The eop1e' Jbtrnal T. C. IOBINSON. Editor. V'.., 11168'TElR, P1,bl1013. PUBLISHED ByEUY THURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year Entered at tio Post Omco at Pickens as decond-cla$s matter. T.IIUISI)AY, NOV. 4, 1897. Pi-EACiIMFotPoin TrON. Governor Ellerho has recoived 600 roplies to his circular letters to the ministers of the State. From a cursory examllliattion] of 100 letters a majority favor pro hibition and the others think the disponsary is the best solution. Of course none favored high license. It is aetol)islIg that any should beliovo the dispensary was the best solntic.n, but they deserve credit for their back-bouo in lotting thoir conviction: be known. The quo. tion still remains to he answered what is Governor Ellhrbo going tc do about it ? Since the preachori have the matter in their minds, i they will get their membership t< quit drinking end throw its influ auice agaiinst .he use of intoxicantte there will be little use of whiske: legislat.ion. As long as there is d...

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 November 1897

The People's .Journal. LOOAL ITEMS. . g,g ilitary notice elsewhere. -Bea uoll tices to oredi tore this week. -W. A. Mauldin and wifq, of Easley, visited in town Sunday. -W. W. F. Bright, of Maynard, was ip.J,Vn on business Monday. - . . Austin will be in rents;al November 9th and 10th 187 -Mrs. Aikon has moved to her farii near Maynard, from Ce(lar Rock. -Mrs. Mat4lda Looper, who lives. ear Cross Roads church, is stillvofr sick. Mies Ida Kelley, of Porter, is IftiMg. her sister, Mrs. L. L. Inabiiett,. this week. -Moss. Walter Willis and Charles Bowon, of .Greenville, visited the latter's parents Sunday. CJohn and Mose are about through with the paint work on IMrJ.fW yilliams' house. -a4Perry Looper, of Tugaloo, Oceeb '8ountj, was among his many Piekens friends last week. -A. C. Harris and family, of Spartanburg, moved into the house of PrrG:.W. Earle on Main street Jast wepk. ...,iis Leize Lobby, an accom plished and charming young lad,, of Fort Hill, visited the Misses Meares last ...

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 November 1897

GILLIMD MOON'S SPEULATIONU By E, S. GRANT. [COpyright, 1SK, by th. Author.] The eveninIg stilnlight, slanting athwart the wati rs, p1listlle( liko n thousand fh1:kts of rilv r, but downv in the Shadow of the 111(auntains, with the teetling erags and tem tangled leather wood lrokes along the banrlks, Kanawha river looked but what it was-a wild, rough strean, halff nuddy and half clear from the nature of its tributaries, the New river :ual the CGranley, which flow into eac1h other about two miles above tll' falls. Its surface looks smooth enoulghl, but it possesses an uni d( rcurr( nt as svift as a whirlpool. Gil lid N n(1 i 2rought, his s1111 boat doWl on thie m1uddy side, and whenu he reach ed :a cr rt ain 1,r4 ry nding he pulled ashor") a nd Idil his hat ainong the iron werds V hir'h grew to the water's ecdgo. Th(n, followd t,y his dogs, he walked up the path which I((1 to his houso un der the thinti ning e:k of the mtoun tain. Thlre was to ho i war in his house. (Iwc" by (,n- his ...

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 November 1897

- ;- - - . 4 . , THE EH LiE's J VOL. 7.---NO. 42. CPICENS,. $S. C., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER , 1897. ONE DOLLA -'rH E L: In style assortment and prices. l selling-have gained for us the reward boast when we positively affirm that t merchandise, taking quality into cons A Word Abot In this new store and in this large wish. Listen a moment. One lot 48 and' colors, worth 50o, our price 37c. our price 16k. One lot line finish He would be cheap at 25c, our price 19c. worth 25c, our price 15o. Same goods Cloths worth 75o for 49o. One lot La< 48 inch black all wool Surah Serge 37c A WORLC 500 yards 38 inch Broad Cloths in i unmatchable bargains, but space forbi A GOOD THING THROUGHOUI sold 12jc a yard to 50c. Knockout pri must go, 153 to 331c. 1,800 yards Cott< heavy ready made Jeans Pants go at 8 offered the trade before. The bigge variety and the lowest prices. What Verl JMMOS 0R 211 North Main Street, P. S.-Since moviig into our New S Department. It is an aim to give to When need.ing an...

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 November 1897

The People's Journal. T. V. RO INSON, Idito t - W. 0. IIKSTICl, 'ublilrhar. dLIst11D EVERY 'HRSDAY. Subscription One Dollr a Year Entere(d at the Post OBico at Pickens as decona.-class matter. 'JltSlY,)A1 NOV. Ui, 1897. TI<F O. 1.98 SCORE ANOTHER POINT. Columbia, S. C., Nov.5.-Anoth or rap ! That is what the dispen sary peoplo received today in its arusado against the original pack ago stor(. Unless the General Assembly interferes with the pros ent situlatiIJn the 0. P.'a will have six months of legal license, and they SeCm to be masters of the sit uation until the Gonoral Assembly insets. W1hon the State lost the Bamborg case appeal papers wore prompt ly gotten tiup, and a caso carried to the Court of Appeals nOW iii 5' 5Sion in Richmond. It was all very well to try and get a proipt. anw final decision in this case, but. for good reason there will likely ho no argument of the case for months to come, and very likely by the time the Court. moots again thne Goneral Assembly will l...

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 November 1897

The People's Journal. LOCAL ITEMS. -}Vhatever the heart does is done well.. -fl'is quite a lively time with th.e "hare now. -Thursday, the 25th inst., is Thanksgiving day. --Every drunkard's ivifo knows thWIbre is a devil. --ead the advertisement of B . xifu this week. j-e,-Col. J. E. Hagood, of Charles ton was in town last week. "Corn shuckings are quite num erous over the county now. .-The Academy at this place is being recovered by the trustees. ---L. C. Thornley has treated )iin.Melf to a nice, new "wheel." Read the advertisements in the.JOURNAL and profit thereby. -The farmers are having fine weather for gathering their crops. , r Will gtawart, of Porter, has tretted himself to a nice new bug - Miss - Sanders, of Wal i!,,wisited at J. C. Alexander's asV wek .-Life Insurance agent, O'Neal. is registered at the Hotel do Thorn ley this week. James T. Porter, of WVestmin ster;-visited his brother, Dr. F. S. Porter this week. -The Town Council will soon nt in rock steps from the pos...

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 November 1897

-- c,pyright, 1S .- 1, c'It k 1U l.I It w:s in Ihat v"oyIgt' that I took in the Rlmphirr th:at I nlade ' luly n'ind to knock off the Ft a. \\' ':.i hont'ward bong lookoult n,'t :Ila"k night on the tok'ale, w\'hcn, fil It' ;I' a yt ilng spit. of Soaking bl.st sl:II, ino I y face, I lifts up m3 tI t ti-t a"d l'ti; it dow il (itt tal. lt 4H O. t1:4 .'il year had I the rail. For inl , th n vrlu ttset th14 sea. aind wlt.tt \as it com' to? Al old chest, t\ot or thrre shifts of tags, a pair of sea hoot, and, 311ll 1ni', 1it mnore. Through thl hilu-rrttviienc'e of [lit, sailor? Iy thttiler, then, li) What's Provide'nc' got Ilt 4144 with sii"h a withered lift' a' the otc:nti SavilI umeans gettlinfg, al whit' io il;ggels is the getinLg to be foolntl wit re it's :l1 living hart, fatinPg h:irdt ting hard and going to h, 11 after all: Beef you coubI his l it) stch blocks, pork ti o fold to grtai' your boots with, kick1{ andt t'ltl'es aft, \\t andc fatnine ftrrn -- i it t:' l n i nough.' W ith a ...

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 November 1897

- -. - - - Ol.aNO. 4 ~. PICKENS, S. C., THURISDAY, NOVEMBER i8 897. ONE OILA THE LARGE Surprises * Jo_E. FOR YOU THE ' At the Now Store. Under the present. con:litons you expect to buy The Most goods Cheap. We go beyond your oples,Z~ expectations. You will wonder how good rollable merchandise, can be sold at such remarkably low price. of re No trashy stuff, good, clean, up-to t date goods. MONEY. 4adies FEEL lYraps. FREE largest stock, the to investigate prices, ask largest assortment A questions, and make your double cape for 90c; a selves at home, You will bby Watteau Back all find pleasant salesmen wobl for $1.75; fine Beaver eager to wait upon you, double, fur trim'd $3.25; and, for a small outlay, handsome astrakahn wat- load you up, and send you teau.back $4.95;jacketsall home with the full assur ri-ces; -handsome jackets ance that your dollars did $3 to $15, No trouble their full duty. Big val .to.please you in goods or ucs in tll classes of goods. prlrces, - Dress Goods, tor...

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 November 1897

The People's Journal ''. C. IlOBI NSON, Editor. 11. U. I1xSTIKIt. Pui>livhla. rUDLISRED EVERY T2URSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year Entored at the Post Office at Pickens as second-ela$s matter. 'rI1f1HDAY, NOV. 18, 1897. NE WBOLD. Dat ctivo Nowbold, who shot and killed J. Henry Turner in Spartanhurg, is still at large, not. withstandiig the reward of $250 for his capturo. A former con stable, Mr. Stevenson of Winns boro, is bo-n talking in Colum bia to the e'l1oct, that Newbold is near Columb ia, ready to surrender. It is also stated that negotiations are pendinilg for his surrender and that his bond will bo made at the proper tim. Newbold does not want to gi to Spartanburg, but desires quirters in the poniten tiarv. N,'w>old has told Stoven son his vorsion of the homicide and claims that the fatal shot was aceidetntly ired. NOTHING MOIRE. "Som , days ago The State made mention ot a letter, or rather a portion of a, letter, received by Mr,. John Sam Vernor from his son, the...

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 November 1897

The People's Journal. ,LOCAL ITEMR. ~~... .( . ",Grifin, .. of Pelzer, ilada- Piolkens on business Monday --Mf. -Mary Ldoper, of Mica, ipy.a1.Ints her new dwelling last week. -Born,..:Unto. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lasugston, on the 11th iust., --1%ead pension notice in anoth id e :inn It may be interestiilg ., iso:.1lorence Bowei began .tsaioiug the school at Cateechee, Monday. -J. IL Brook, of Pendleton. d'. d=his son J. 0. Brook, in town rweek.: h L. Thornley" has . een opliued to her room for the ratweek. ---Seo..change in the advt. of DUck%orth & Palmer elsewhere in s.t ...a seue. -Miss Aurio Hollingsworth and sigter, M.ry, Addie Harris, are visit ing in Laurons this week. .Apt, T. J. Mauldin, a prom i.ip yopng .l.awyer of Anderson, viited in town this week. --Several interesting communi clonq were crowded out this *0ek o account of land sales. i --A a jst enjoyRble sociable was given at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Robinson, last week. .-M(iss Margie Duke, a charming yotj...

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 November 1897

Ii)' Il t. I . 1 l. ri {I i \\ ii 1 u 11% \ \ (iI 1 0 ( t4 'i bV i t i('oil"t ' ;11 t he -1 .i 1 11 \t lV 1. ill I lla . :t' Of l t' i' i t .1 t.'x 1.'f ""I . fori i-; o:tt for - r. A\1tl riti i, l iti ? :tt ;. i r ft' or,' 1 1t i1 lit :1 (? t tkl, anl Athe toiced " i l'y tilt v .\Vhen thi V it te' Iti' S t he "1 .11 rd hil : kt - ' i l to * * :t.i d1ue t:11 1 , Ar'd a It k1 rit'I t\ g the V.: ' t I: V li'ut-t ( : t t -'' It 14 - ,'it' A\t t 11barh hul 4olliiy ( 'i 'll-lusi ii:i itnit h i ngV' 44 lt i la tv ht .iude ofti tef BR o (li long'Sv thii l r.) af litt o or oir Ii hu . Ni - '11'in ih' l)ia t il, anl WOth . lLr.5141 1141M: ve u and lookd ooo 1J1bYo on her, and helit took up the ruby nieklac( andlt labti it hlghtly atbout her neck. And, feeling the touch of it, cool atd wet from the dew, sho agaill opened her eyes and, putting her knuk les in them, she rubbed gently, anid sah gaspedt a litt l yawi, saying, "Ieiglh ho, I an slt'pyl" and sat up. And sht said, "Aro you not slcepy...

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. — 18 November 1897

(- n 1~ I 11 rr . ''\ l. h h 4s st; ni i a 1: ' 1 . a t:1 (. 1. i iilt \\ ., .' il4.. a n i t.. i 4*. thu in. n w r i a n hs 4' . il e s r aW 1 l a n l i th t hd4ntnd-h'o ly h i l'ri ci- Nra.iore eryt in 4 th hehn'4w d hs a i a w .: rub nek :. u hieh he 4 . l ivn .rn:. Osa i hua b arm walke to an fro all~ n4' l 'it. I h morningV he weti 1to the shop 4 f a4i4' hm-.414 comh-io to a akrtn,adh by 4 the r 41iih ., '.h in, Ib i n ase Stre11au was (4 a, 14.41 he.14 111' wo h not b ni m14 1y 44 a la et of '4 41 1rwn to444 n .'i(st him as a 1' 11 1ron 'r 4nd thsth I''A r cou44li ridg 11( knew hw to use'4i~I his. 41 11W4rb, age dt (''44d. 1'iI ha1J i (ord II iarrv44 became a'Xi41 tp m1 thIe' g ud 14f ( li Rludlf, havinf for (l l41( h(iJ( 14os 1ssi1ns, (save what the44 ing4444's lilotes afforded1 13 him, tilow pence4 and14 the41 go4aldenII pin~e that1 had'i4 44ast'ened41.1 the 144ir 1 (41 Pries OsIr(a.SAnd nobodyi~l 41~1 lt knew hun it :I(t . atthe paico and44 ho14 oftn 1aw lth 1king withO(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 November 1897

THE LE'S J6ui7 R VOL. 7.---NO. 44. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER x, 1897. ONE DOL A THE PitINVETON INN. A College Ar-angeiuent that Has Created a Large A mount of Ex ltteiuent Throughout the Couu try. The fight against the Princeton Inn, a hotel established at Princeton, N. J. for the special use of students and patrons of P'inceton University, has attracted the attention of thousands all over the country. It is said that the New Brunswick synod will take some sort of action upon the matter, especially in the case of Prof. Shields, who was one of . the signers of the petition upon which the inn was granted its license to sell liquors. Another of the bigners was ex-Presi dent Cleveland, whose signature it was that gave the inn management - - the necessary number of signatures to Insure the issuance of the license. Professor Shields, who is a minister of the Presbyterian church, and bears the title doctor of divinity, has been severely criticised by-parts of the coun try, and a r...

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 November 1897

-a 1 THE PEOPLE S VOL. 7.---NO. 44. PICKENS, S. C., TH1RSDAY, NOVEMBER x, 1897. ONE DOIA A THE PitiNOE1;TON INN. A College Arrangement that Has Created a Large t mouunt of Ex aiement Throughout the Couu try. The fight against the Princeton Inn, a hotel established at Princeton, N. J., for the special use of students and patrons of P.?inceton University, has attracted the attention of thousands all over the country. It is said that the New Brunswick synod will take some sort of action upon the matter, especially in $he case of Prof. Shields, who was one of. the signers of the petition upon which the inn was granted Its license to sell liquors. Another of the bigners was ex-Presi dent Cleveland, whose signature it was that g+ove the inn management ' the necessary number of signatures to insure the issuance of the license. Professor Shields, who is a minister of the Presbyterian church, and bears the title doctor of divinity, has been severely criticised by'parts of the coun try, and a...

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 November 1897

he .'eo0ple's Journal. T7 .itoIIIN8ON. Editor. W. o. 11hST Et. PuibIlih r. PUBLIHED BVERY THURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year Eniteoed att. he Post Offlc at P'ickous as secondi.,'hats nlatter. . T 1till).A y, NOV. 25, 1897. COTTN G[OWIE"I'N CONVE . DIuring the Stat! Fair a conVen tiont of South Carola cotton growers nmas hold in Columbia and delegaltes We'e e1QCted to a con VItiin of cotton groiers, to ho c(rill)Is'1(1 of delegates from al: of the cot ton growing statos and to he bolh ill A tlanta on the 14th of Decentber next. At. the solici tation of l're ident Withorn of the South Car(lia nit Cotton grower's convulnt j nii, (iovernlor Ellerhe has written 11 --nrs to tte governors of cotton growing states, t.sking them to co-ope,"rato by a)l)ointing dole gat's to tlhe Atlanta conVention. This is a move in the right di ection alnd must result ,in benefit. to the cotton growers, who have l so long b'Iei systemlaticallv ribbed lv speculliao's. Tht' farmers have in their lrrnor t...

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 November 1897

The .People's Jolrnal, LOCAL ITEnS. .--Joab.Mauldin is very sick. --WVare all liable to' make "mitakes," sometimes. -Miss Florine Bolt, of Central, visited friends in town last week. -Mrs. J. F. Banister, of Catee obee, visited.her parents here last week. . --Dr. F. S. Porter and family visitec Velativos in Westminister last week.' -Dr .W. F. Austin will be in Pickens November 29th to Decom bor 2d 1897. -R. L. Henderson, of Carson's Creek, N. C., was in town this week on businees. -Several of our townsmen at tended the Great Wallace circus in Greenville Monday. -Rev. A. J. S. Thomas filled his regular appointment at the "tist church here Sunday. You should read the change in d. of A. K. Park this week. tiers some good bargains. --How about that music and song, entitled, "Carve dat 'possum to his hide," on the street Satur day? ---Dr. Thomas Lawton Lewis died at his home in Greenville Monday morning at 10 o'clock of peritonitis. -An enjoyable sociable was given to the young people of...

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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