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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 22 June 1899

.nlt' :I! (hp rost Office alt 1 ai:cs a .sonich ater. .A 10 1: Ek? 1 NA" RAT'ES. O ,ano por inch ('a flrst insertiotn, i . he i . i' t'eachl sit)het ~nti t owrt on. iiber.: I Woo:tnt for~o ad r.11.1t In, .AN oni :1 gittil c'oitr-.1,'z4. Te-rmis ca 10 . Aktill 1iu - traet., i livo bl t!o'i-'Irldv. Lo -cal tirs in Ioat.i Cvl t. 0ce t per lint tif inertion a ti ie n t o No no 4 . ;: a ' No qq' c1:a1 pk-.s.!.-..:... C. .:V i rjr.'_:0 vertiser:t. A iI s, l i a ,I. lit I ;la t)e Iiper :, 'ii be hant'ti l in1 tiet haai et . ,- t T l <'lor will n1ot hb e f tiews and opillion-s of b it?,. kill 10:0 -Le exiare erlitoriaiL e o Til. 'I ).iY . 1 - . d..rst 1.irA. ted Cu ern C 011011u. o. mhe htn. . St. .a'.1t h i11pi 'Lv (2 n, '111100~ I n Wrerd. vow" ist si man, m11m.I (n d noighbor p n v n( I" :: n ro ''vma p .N 1Par.1 tn( th.ed thei lit. lw t imr~on thrdere. 1 - t:2: 8 esti. 111\1':-:. .a I r t ' I r in.21d te: e~ p seusatc th we villor.4 o shoot fr t * Inig do0fiili ito I- 1)',4 beelCcomU...

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. — 22 June 1899

4.o The, 1o1e's; Journal. Local Bryltlesa Mr .BqIebtHill, of Old Pick enT,i very..siqk, Frying chickens will find a ready markjt,'ni Piccens now. Born-unto Mr.'and Mrs. Jordan Brazoal, on the 15th in-st., a fine boy. An infant of Mr. and Airs. J-. E, ParsoA, of,Crpw Cr'ek, is very sick.* , . A ~ lfdof'M.and Mrs. J; 0. BroV iT 'pb3' qiiteIl'I . Bo pi ck for the past*Qek.. Mrs. Mamie. Cureton, -. of Green ville, isvWfs-ting. Miss Aurie Hol lingswo 'ik.this week. Capt. I M' Mauldin attended conminqelnt exercises at Olom son 06olfge Ihist weok It is.said> thattho wvheat crop in this section is -much better than it was at-first supposed. Mrs. W. T.. Bowen is visiting her . J-..' E. Parsoi, o f Crow Creek, t'lis wook. Mrf'' 1N.M P. 'Fant, o( Ocoie count .is..viit4ng.. relatVi'vs and friend& A Pickens this week . Mrs. Robt. Stade,6f Crow Creek, is still.very-ill. )-for many friends wish for her a speedy recovery. Mrs. Ralph E-.'Oliver, of Lang ley, S. C., is on a visit to her pa ren...

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. — 22 June 1899

The Bamwell People Ae Lrgest Circulation in the Count "THE SCHOLAR IN PRACTICA LIFE." The following is a full synopsis < The annual address before the literat societies of Furman University, whic was delivered by President Henry Hartzog, of Clemson College, on t1 evening of June 13th. Ladies and Gentlemcn: I adm that there is much truth in the pop lar estimate of the self-made mnan, but must protest against the narrow hin tations of the definitions usually give Ordinarily we think of the self-ma< man as one who has not had the adva tages of a college education. There a illustrious examples of that type, li] Franklin and Lincoln. Be it remer bWred, however, that there are sel made men in the college as well as o of the college. Every college graduate of worth the word is a self-made man. T1 college is but a means to an end ; it not a hopper to turn out pure me from all sorts of grain. The colleg does not keel) in stock an assortme of hearts and brains for students wh are defici...

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. — 29 June 1899

_THE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL VOL 9.---NO. 23. PICKENS S. C., THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1899. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. DRAINING OF SWAMP LANDS. T H E TA l'E FARMS, The Crope Make a Good Appearance and the Faarins are Well Managed. The Columbia correspondent of the News and Courier writes as follows : The State of South Carolina has an immense farm in Kershaw and Sumter . counties. Altogether the Reed and DeSaussure farms, before they becilme known as State farms, contained 1,700 and 2,500 acres respectively. They are almost ideal farms, rich in soll, open in area add level &or this section of the State. Years ago when the State had a congestion of convicts in thie Peni tentiary, and when the General As sembly protested against the continu ance of the use of convicts on railroad and phosphate contracts, the prison authorities had to cast about to find a place where the convicts could be used to advantage. It was in this way that the State came to buy these farms. -It was to find out by actual observa...

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. — 29 June 1899

web. f, r -ls! iv v ioil J, I 441* 4' 1 - per -v' .: . i *, .. - 4 4:4 4 ette'h3 - Adcr' - or 1 11 I !. - trv. lin Loa . p .r N3 -- f., 33 !i v 3 1 kI r - T.4 I I 3 I ya 11 SCHOOLS. Schools are grekatly t and the 4 xy 'n 0 o Isf I ' I S161 V 3 1W! ~ )4. .4 cntitu 1) a plted - th his own xpn I . aud10 0 (iti t Lo I s - I I V them. I.4 thm enter it a Il will so n be 1 11.t t p. i. a i l ummr h111 . 's n.1 th1 ' O puH trutitcus tiboutk be0 eart~kful ill t election of tolecrs. It is presum11 tIt,'l thIew coun It bot 1)0a rd ha i-,I;, I grnited certliifcato,, to an1yI %v 1 14I ;1 :1 \4 . 4 . great dim ence i, 4t 1'. \4hej C44 4l 4 ', a4~ new u.:- '.4 :n .4 thov wil - - Tiruel, dliremor 43 (i:'~. J 1(4im .1):t 3'. 4 3 4 4 1)r. T;14~ ue- ir 4.41 1o.3- f44r i6.. 1 t - 111 1 d:'a r:-~ it4 . . 4.. a .4-4nela4-. n p 4r wh -4 a c ie a :. a.r . e 43( in tere~st, nec:::ordmg t( hi a 11 lie urged1 (1. ti 031commissiona3 t, thir recommendaI(!tion1)4, citinog 1 anerous fru it as-n'.nation1s. mo prod...

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. — 29 June 1899

The People's Journal. Local Brevities. Next Monday sa ay. A soda fount will bo put in town this week. Ther6 is a great deal of sickness ia the county now. Miss Bessie'iBriglit is vis jtjh i Greenvillo this week. Jordon Broozealo hd a o bloom on the 24th inst. Presi-dont Boggs went t, \ler son on business Monday. Pc kens was blessed w it h o good rain Tuesday aftern(jUon. P. 1). lacus, of Mtaynard, :1d a cotton bloom oin the -1th 111t. -Dr. Earle Ruissell, of "ggIlev, was il town onl businiiS.T last wek. J. E. Kiichi now oceupies thm J. A. Griflin house on Alm in ret. By rcading the Journal you will know what is goimg on in the county. A movomont. is on foot to put up a telephone line from her,-, to Sui ny Dale. Mrs. J. L. Rolt whmo haw Leon quite sick for the past few dtn s is some better. Dr. Bolt informs us tnat the new drug store will be completo by August 15th. A number of young people p sed through iPickens list week n way to Caesar's I lead. Mr. Banister Lvinch. or Sunny Dale,...

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. — 29 June 1899

The People's Journal PICKENS S- C WHAT DOI A4L TI MISAN? BILL ARP SAYS IVS SAl. A Picture of tlo New England People by One of Their roachiors-Soimo Recent Books oSoutliern Authors. -111 fares the land, to hasteninog ills a p)rey, Where wealth nccuuiliilates and nen do caiy." flow dotli history repeat itself. If Goldsmitb had havo lived to our day he might havO written thos lines about Now England. Was there ever such a sad and pitiful picture drawn of any peoplO as that New England preacher has drawn of the country peo P11 of Massachusetts and has published in The Arena. We wonder that the editor of that high-toned magazino would daro to expose the descendants of the Puritans in all their hideous deformity and to broadcast it among the citizens of cultured Boston. The story of their degradation physically is worse than what we read about of the goitre districts of Switzerland. Six flngers on each hand, six toes on each foot, cross-eyes, hare-lips, club foot, IuIllIe chop , mutes, dw...

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. — 6 July 1899

I.HIE E. R VOL ---NO24- PICKINS S. C., THURSDAY, JULY 618 AR DR. 3SAT-DUUS WEST. . WItAT O.. ATION TO TUP E ORATOR -His Ispeeighflatidto be Clie Best Ever Scollege. SAssiciate jieform Pre'abyterianl.. Dr.- 'T. Do'Witt Talmage, the noted dliinedWa#-the-guest of.honhor at the re opri'd'omminc.meitnt of Ersjkino Uollege, Junie- 20.'- Accompanied by -Mrs. Tal mage the 0listinguished visitor reachd the towd'abolit- midday anid -.as driven. at once;Wh-tho..home -*of Dr. G 6'6or, th'e president of the collego. Th4gM*4natihg class were gueosts of ,Dr. Grier s at the dinner table with Dr. Tal mage. By half..pa'st one dld and young and middle-aged 'were eagerly moving to ward the college grounds and the com mencimntu hall, wher'e standing room would .soon be at a.premium. Every one was on the tiptoe of expectancy to see and hear the man whose name for a generation had been a household .wvord, adid -wh'ose bei-mobs were every where road and talked'about. HySa quarser past two the ushers had Ah...

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. — 6 July 1899

Trc cople's Jounittal. I T. C .IE.ON, Iditor. 7 :, "VERY THURT'U!A . Suibscri uon One Iolle a Vear T-I ot' i T 1. 0 p* -I. 4. I N, t em - t4" \ 4444 i -~ t ~ f -N 1 i,) -P tit - 1 1 r tv ( * . i * s .t . I',' t' t -' t T ':!'nt ii 4444 A ~t:4 t w' -44~?. - - ' I 1 1 \ h I I . : I i II -- 4 . 1 -- 4 \\ . h . in \t ~ b 4 . I aeb 12' ,.4* 1 .4 Ie ' \4.4v 4 14''l'nit" .1h,41 lt e 4a -4 ii ' -44 Trys' -~~. 441n! Q ' . ..- 'n ''1 - n 1 ( ) '4 l I I C 1In'll ci -i fS iulin1: :. 4 i.''. it. ~ . ag tho'v '1:1'4 4'''!!4d . t 44e ra .14 m 4, againlst the trus:t.. . M\ c''''. Lokwood1an (4il pro4duc(rf o' Zoliuoap'Ie. Pa.., test1 hiyin he foro thec In41h1istrial comnul~s"10o' allegodP' tha'it .1ludge0 .\lb''rt 1114iht of tho Ne(w Y~ork C'ourt of A ppeals ~ owed his 1411,j 1) nointon by the4. Repub-- b licans to the StiiandaurdI )ilI Trust4. MrI. Lock w~ood chla rged4 th a t Ju1d g. Haigtu as elec41'..-d to I' is igh po Ca:ll!O. of Iis~ actioi in (juash ng tl}., al 1indic(tmen(41ts in~ :ho fam!o...

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. — 6 July 1899

Thd& Pedpl~e's Journal. ~Rogal Brevities. SoR the cry will b "More rain. Qt00 ae oroyd ws 1n. town last I Mond y& Road udogst o .pbi.and Phaxi this *e 'd Can'tPTic s he ia a 'ural mail Capt. T .)JMai1dn A contaion deliwli (I 4ti is sii'ey kqe Braidon iTaylor, soil boaiidic tor Tacl'or is very sick, J.-'McAD. Bruce illf nove into his newd olling n'ext week Dr. -Readfern, 91.Cleruson, was in pickens an busiucss Tuesday. I Mr. and Mrs: A-. J. Boggs' of.' t. Hill, y sited in.Pi-,kens last week. Excyue our short comImg6 this issue. Local tieys is very-. scarce. J i114 Wil~lign, of the, Looper section, was moitg-friends ill town Moiday. 6 Thomas Sniji0,.of Easl is suf fering a great daT from1 a burn on his li'nds' Misaos Maudw. nnd Bosi .-Ash, mllore visitedridds. in Piedmont this week ... Sdveral Pickensites. wenit to Seii ea Tuesday to celebrate thO.Glori ous F6urth. SLAngford cand cil dren, of Neworry, are vis ting Mrs. J. S. Portet. this weex. Iesirs. A.: L. Dunn and J.1). Dun...

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. — 6 July 1899

The People's Journal, PICKENS S. C. TilE KENTU0UKY PL~ATFOlUIV. The lIrluciples Anl" Po"1e0f h eglitigo P1laitorm .Aro lItorned 'ho I)omocratic convoution of lion. suoky has adopted the following plat form : "i'ho IJotnocrAte of hontucky, in con vention asseiblod, renilirnu, without the eligitOt <1ua1llitlcti, the prin 0ipl)09 and policlos declared in tho 1)0 mocratic natiottal platform adoptedllat Chicago in 18916. "Our faith in liemotallisin is vintdi cated by events. The necostity for tht restoratli- of the double statiard was acknowledged by the lProsidott and Congross In 18WI, when a comInihAs Ion was sont to urollo to entreat otlive natlon to aId in establishiing liniotal Him, and the faillure of thno coltiiitit on to soeirO 'iit'iopal cooperatioln coin - firms the friends of free 'ol titigo in their belief that relief can oniy cot'e by the Indepenodeit actionl of the United Statos. TheI preset ltegal rato of 16 to 1 is the only ratio at wiich 1hi motaillsin call be restore...

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. — 13 July 1899

I I / ...f' '-'1 '7 0 ________ JOURNAL V~)L ~ 2~. K K>!)AY JLLY ' 1899. ON1~ flChIIAP A V1~'AL) ON TH)Q GJORIOUS FOURT1l A GR1UiT DAV FOlR ItlY.\. Tio Aecl4ratiou oI IsIl'pen1w. and fit Prinpi Ls-Tho lentier it tim National I)emocracy on Tru1 and impeilalim s. The Fourth of J aly was essentsiais I Bryan Day, North and South. Ti., Drbcratic l'ader wis himseif i :uno the' 'Georgiand 'uring the h-y, . Barnesville and Atlanta, aud b Speeches were corlifly a-J1 inths tically received. Mr, N. 3. 1l-"1 - editor of the Augusta (hronie ina the followlng ruiport of liry' sp't; : at the BarnesVill' au : It was ii o'clock in the :pist :m ditoriuu, se'ating :3,001), wit. Me. ie y an' arose, aftgr-a e4'tmpI uenay intro duction by [ion -Ulirk llowell, (j-:r gia's member of t.he National 1) -m cratic commuetc'. Ar. flowniil -aid -eloquont G3.os r ~isal had pir.ml r-;:n in nomination for the in-endne he needed i :1. rod uctlonl to a r - audience. lie uaid rlyan wats oi j~latfrm ori -t and 2 rt io...

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. — 13 July 1899

TSO .ikples Jouirial T. C. RINSON, Vi(Olto. Ur.LIED EVERY 'UUJD' i. Subsc 't;' i ne Der ar aY Nu . --' jejS~~~ th t*n r \ t ., - 414 A re a a 1 en I Turn >.,. . 46i~ii 1.4~.1( C 11 1. u Y,'t~4r~. I it. I Cs t ever:1 t4.4 f t .v I it cr,4ea S teao It ,rw'. .r I I ! ' t v 11 ' y ;.nr j'r. (II - II . 141e 143c fr i.... 4212 41 W I tI'11.-'4 htp 11 ac V i 'id [4ll l I i i l 1 ' 1 1 11' ' li , I ~~4-I- - . A~4 lrent d .il haI o . ai h (ui'ur wnvfor taiuhr.' Vl) lien i ''+ I' ' t ' in'>r4 t ir s4C :'' ('4 ! 111 .: 8. WVir ie' Ift' - ' .'r 'I iA ~ i ers I tC :i -514'1le1)1'(1j1 A -'ui tyI~ :I . d 't -j* ~ ~ 4'(I ~ vf r for~j~ I'444 n li I,- , ( . .III: 111 0 .. . -t lfli the ('rawfor t:.! :.4 W4 hieren . . t~ e".t-1:nt HBU UATIUNALS (io'iinty Sutit. of Education. \\t (1 1, kno1w NNvL: C thl)( Sum *i iiit)'1 IvPteaclavrs 'will b e li il, t1.i couiiiiy. re~.n ei 1. 1 ,I I (:) Li Pr f 4 f* ilghe.4 isi C0il llcelq,- ()33c ill ()ctec nowv. -nn! t iw poti lkiiov C.r tils ml~ Il i i 1idwore...

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. — 13 July 1899

i'he Pe6P1e Janrnai; dull in tow nSaturday, %h,.ye8l oh, yes! Como-into court U -infant of. Mr nnd Mrs D. C. D) . hi Jvery sick. I . untn ill iiu .Pick ens Jtld8, .19,- an d 20.. - HebUr oa6 . N in e Timies, section est a fino horse last Week, .Mr M. J.-Wo born is reported a u bitg .critically ili at. her hono . 3a'x Pindor. * 1~$qkens .'f coinmfll1ty was -ted it. i a. i..o .ai.n Sjturday Mr. and Mr. B. A. Hagood, of hqrlesoion, ii.ain I icker s to spenid 10e4mwnior,, . James ]3alfour, of J.amaica W diensW* 8. in Picken8 on bus -D 1a st wPt Dr. JMes Gilliland, :of Easley was in Piche6id'on profpssional bus: -l 9Ss Monida.:. Crane &-ft. py -. apoiled il a -firaf,-clis he "l 1 ake.t II. t0.10 Old Bo~gg0'fa nqaIf bank. Sec tioin lMsteav Pott idgo dcserves vraiseltottile afhyt'o hi'ied upj the Pikorns 'railroiad. O.-Ravb J. S o.rti 'prihod a fino ruion to a largo audience in tho 'i ethiodist church Sunday. A Iy Mauldin has (ecided -to riciehorseback and save his bug *gies. ~A'goo<...

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. — 13 July 1899

The People's umal. PICKENS S. C. AN OFFICE IDYL. The bookkeeper sat behind his little sliding window covertly watching Miss Dolly over the top of his ledger. She was leaning rather djectedily over her typewriter with her bead on her hand and her eyes gazing wistfully through the window. The regular scratch, scratch of the shipping clerk's pen was the only sound in the olice, and presently Miss Doll 's eyes wandered in that direction and fingored on the curly head bond ing over the desk in the cornor. 'hey lingered there a long while, then she roused herself with a little sigh and began to fold her letters. The bookkeeper nodded to himself. "There is something wrong with Miss Dolly. She hasn't been like her-. self for a long time. She used to sing and rattle away so cheerily, and now she sighs and looks witoful and is too quiet. I have watched her. And I know what it is. She is in love with the shipping clerk. I was a young fol low myself once." The bookkeeper was not yet foi-ty, but...

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. — 20 July 1899

rlHE ?EOP E'SJR V LI v. . . . VL9.--NO. 26. PICKENS S. C., THlURSDAY, JULY 20, 1899. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR MIEWOR8. MORGAN AND PUGH. 11 18 BRYAN AND ANTI-BRYAN. Senator Morgan Wants a Man to Suit the East-Ex-Senator Pugh Sticks to Bryan and t ree Silver. An interview with Senator Morgan, of Alabama, has created a sensation in political oiroles, because he does nob favor the renomination of Bryan. It has created much more of a stir, coming from Senator Morgan, than it would from most Damoorats. Of course it has given rise to all kinds of specu lation, prominent in all being the sug gestion that Morgan's friendship for Gorman may have had not a little to do with his talk. Senator Morgan is quoted as follows . " I very much fear that the D3mo cratic party of the East and North cannot be brought Into harmony with the Democratic party of the South and West until we have a candidate who is recognized for his wisdom and his will ingness to follow tWe instructions of his party when his party ha...

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. — 20 July 1899

The" Teopl 'i 'ournaJ T. U.-ROJINN0N, Editor. j-ltLJ1SiII)ED INEY TIURSDAY Subscription One Dollar a Year jutered at 1b1 u'ust Odlice tl I'it He it AL IVy ER TISING 1%AT 3 One ltc;' p i ol 4r irst, i rt son. hfi ly eeuti.; fcr cach ui.3'1 I.AI'~~~rd i 1. .)4 l it or 10 .1 ~i,4n i ' t3 nty ! c tsa %i!4. 'Veli' - si 1 -e it -A . - traAt.s. enab:0le qaparot -y. LocaI l n :1 loal Coiloinl, 10 cent11 per linw for fium4 itisert 40 o and fi h 4'ce t fo' i * C et eqIIb4 '. :41t il4tsel34 ic . No fa wri0t:4. (IIIII) oli t c to . Ni qw Olaf ilo. t ion o r spe,- l r leS tl w o ore n :ill ver tsert. A ' ' nIIIt11 t take 1.-1 1u of file :ver :m,1 :ti d hY. sui'' - Ad 4'4'tl j.'44tilt pi. '4 fl-C 411444 *I _1 4 ~ 4 t verti~wm Ists f cor i jonst i i bhe bar4ithit iln not I:tr th:in .:J un v ' .3. 'ie eclitior n il 44no. he r:i To3 f' t- t! ytolwa (a11t oliini-ms of vorr.t-, j ' I,.n le.;,; the S:tillo are editorially .'ll . r it: ASDuY, ,JL 20. I . NATIONAL POLITri . In ~ ~ ~ a~ Nainlowmre h wvate...

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. — 20 July 1899

The People's. Journal. Local Brevities. -Thos. Hunter, of Liberty, was here Monday. -re. W. G. Lewis is visiting fridnds at Pendleton this week. 4 -Col. J. E. Hagood, of Charles. ton, is in Pickens for the summer. 2.4he 'blind man and accordeon wats the centor of attraction Mon day. -Born unto Mr. and Mrs. C, E. Robinionon the 113th inst., a fine boys. -Miss Bertha Epps, of Kings tree, is visiting at Mrs. Joab Maul din's. _-Miss Lucia Sloan, of Green ville, is stopping at the Ambler House. '-Misses Lida and Gertrude Ha good, of Easley, visited in Pickbns last .week. -Mrs. Lucy Wats-n, of Newry, is visiting at Mr. J. D. Holder's this WMek. --J. T. Anthony will resume worlk-on his 4ew buftdiig on Ann street soon. -Miss - Rosa Cochran, of Cal houn, is spending awhile in Pick ens ivith friends. -Miss Ella Bennifiald, of Green ville, is visiting Mrs. V. T. Jeanes in town this week. -Born unto Mr. and Mrs. S. W. O'Dell, of Roanoko, on the 13th instant, a fine boy. -Miss Nannio Creiglor, o...

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. — 20 July 1899

The People's Journa] PICKENS S.C BoRROWING A NEWSPAPER Didou got the aper, Cyry ?" Mr Luther arter put is5 hoad out of thi vittn room door and spoke sharply. 61 Yop" Cyrus aproached with eas3 moderation and held it out. " Well, I guess you stopped to prin it on a hand-prose. I don't knov where in the world you take youl slowness from." Mr. Luther Cartez reoroesed the room to his easy chair adjusting his spectacles on the way His motions were all deliberate, an' suggested a probable reason for littlc Cyrus' slowness. Mrs. Luther Carter glanced up do Ereeatinly from her monding. "Now Luther,' she said, with meek disap probation in her voice. "Now, Luth or, you haven't been borrowing Androw Gamble's newspaper again ?" " That's hitting the nail nigher or the head than you ever did before Jane Ellen 1" " But you borrowed it yesterday Luther, and day before, <nd day before that." " And day before that-keep her agoin, Jane Ellen. I guess you can gc as far back as the flood." Mr. Carter'...

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. — 27 July 1899

THE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL VOL q.---NO. 27. PICKENS S. C., THURSDAY, IULY 27, 1899. ONE DOLLAR'A.YEAR. COUNTRY SCHOOL4 PROBLEM. ADDRESS OF SUP. J J. McMAIIAN How the Public Hchool System Can be Cianged and improved( in this Siate. The following Is the address of Su perintendent of Elucation McMahan at Harris Springs on the country school problem: The country school problem is the most important problem of our civili zation today. 1. It is the problem of our agricul tural emancipation, of our industrial prosperity. If the truth be told, we are in a bad way agriculturally. The country is being deserted, plantations are being eaten up by mortgages, dwellings and barns built before the war are going to decay, anC if de stroyed tomorrow could not be ro placed. We are living on the accumu lations of the past, and fast using up the little capital of our possessions. This is true of many neighborhoods. I am thankful tham it is not true of all. But men now farm witnout hope. The way out must be th...

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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