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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 7 September 1899

pa Wl qu .r11ly . 1 . S o i ll i local collin, 10 venltv e for first, Iisertion anld flvo conts fo i bsettenwt. iser( tmot IAv. ites (vislt- privo to ill]. No Spo si -n r sp i. il ritis to foreign siu r; All ste iitiist, take the ruin of per aild abi bIy%. stieh rates. ertiseeitIs for coming is.-tto shotitId Atet inl lot biter tnti Alontiay oirn. erlitor will niot he responsibbe for flho nA olI:piibns1. of co1r respontlients, [inl sann- ar eitoria il v enttiersedl. .IV N I-'T -:.\ I -I IE . I7, ) . .:St'ggan, NITE'.r 10N. -ior (o tIh Constititiona I Con ion, the awiIunt of' S4,1h001ooln-dS, inipinumbrs. as $:-00U. -NoW. d1$ ,(I H i . Il l i th (Irst 0h, 1 ii fi ve th osan tvlcdlars, al the ,xpns.s of t he . I Ich lS le County, except pop ,ayg and1 t nri . Nei w th e fiifth ent th s i ])));lnq ar, L l j d ( I iI' t. (e v tile salaie' s li thi teac h er-s, COS, chartk, tiuel , t ek. . lt, N.y has t'. p!y the .,alary1, of, S p111 erit !:d t int ( 1 nt .yl iW' rd, iw. WIel ikt I erl i C...

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 September 1899

Local and Personal. -A sou of E. F. Koith is vera sick with Aever. -Frod. Symmes, of Greenville was here this week, -Dr. L. G. Clayton, of Con tral, was here last week. -Tho conditi n of Robert L. Ilenderson is somowhat improvod -An infant of Mr. and Mrs. 1' E. Cox is scriously ill with fever. -S. B. Edens, of Knob, is con. valoscing from a rocent attack of fovor. -Dr. W. F. Austin will bo inl Easloy 12th, and Pickens the 13tlh and 14th. --MisEva Illolco'iho, of D~aeus. vill , visited friends inl PiekouE last wetek. -Mrs. John Thornley, jr., is oi a visit to her parents in E'asloy this week. - r. an id Mrs. T. B. Iiggins, of Easley, are sponding this week at Mr. Jorro Looper's. -Tho Easloy Graded school opened Monday with a very large number inl attendance. -Mrs'. .John L. Thornle.1 ly has1. been firy sick for tho past week, but is sonie bettor n'>w. -Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Matildin, of Easley, visited at Mi's. C. L. Hollingsworth's this week. -Miss Janie G'iflin, of Itico's, is on a...

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 September 1899

The People's Journal PICKENS So ANOTIlCII GREAT DISCOVEIty Experinentts With ilquofled Air Soine or its Marvelous Powers. Mr. E. F. Androws writes as followk to tho Augusta Chronicle: Chautauqua, N. Y., Aug. 21, 1899. 1 have just witnessed some experl ments with liquefied air which woro so wonderful that I am sur your readers will be interested in hearing about them. The liquid was brought from New York city, where it was manu factured, in a large cight-gallon can, carefully wrapped in non-conducting felt, just as lee is patcked for transpor tation. It is the lirst Lime that this ilid has ever been carried so far in quantities large enough to be experi inanted with, and so well was it packed that only two gallons evaporated in the transit--i distance of about E500 miles. When the coveri was removed it imiiediately began to sioko like a cauldron of furiously botii ig .vter. The temperature of a liquid air is so low-312 degrec) below zero--that con tact not merely with common air, 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. — 14 September 1899

--t VOL .--NO. ICKNS . C. THRSDA, SEP IT IS ALL AN IDs DRUA TIlE S011i1E1 WILL NOT WORK Bill Arp on the PIroposition to Depor to Nogroes-It Would be irnpos siblo to Get Thom Out of thef Country. Once more into the breach, goo< frionaa, once more." The wogro question Is now upper iost in tlo miinds of all the people 0 the South, and I write once more upot that subject to modestly but confidentli indorso the ut.terinties of The Constitu tion in a recent issue. Thoir deporta tion is a dream, at. utterly impracti cable solution of tn race problem Sixty years ago It was a groat under taking to removo 14,000 Indians fron North Georgia to the indian Torritory with their o!etlant tonsent. EvOr Ghen .1,000 of theiix dica on tho way The Washington Post says thoro aro not enlougt traisport- in the world that could be had or hired to uove thom all In tVenty years, and it woulid cost not les tha $100 a head, wicih would mako a thouanud million dollars The Federal 2-overnment would not vote a ...

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 September 1899

rSul4isrD jvirrTlJI Subscriptiongne Dollar a Year Cterdatthe Pot at Pickensas eoond-olss matter. -4 VERTISING RATES. .o dollar per inch for prat insertion, if % cents for eachi subsequent insertion. Liberal discount for advertisemnents on an nua contracts. Terns cash. Annual con. tracts, payable quarterly. Local notices, In local column, 10 cents pe ine for first insertion and five cents for ,acfisubsequenlt insertion. No favorites. One price to all. No spe Ojal position or special rates to foreign ad. vertisers. All such must take tile run of the paper and abido by such rates. A vertisenents for coining issue should be handed in not later than Monday morn Ine. TLe editor vill not he responsible for the viewa and opliniols of correspondents, un less the sane are editorially eudorded. 11i,11 lIRAY. svEl'TEnimElI. 14, 1899. DREYFUS. Whv is it that the trial of Drey fus has attracted so miuch atton tion? Everywhere the people have watched the progress of the ciase and are prepared to k...

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 September 1899

Local and Personal. -Ollio Bolt, of Dacusvil e, was here last weekv. -Charles Garraux, of Green ville, was hero onl business last week.' The school opened hero Monday With seventy scholars in atton dance. -Charles Bowen, and Fred. Pearson, of Groenville, were here Sunday. -Capt. anid Mrs. J. L. Thorn ley visited relatives at Pondlotoni last week. -Mies Viola Runion, of Easloy, is visiting tv Misses Folger in town this week. -Henry 0 - foot very severely n -lc by a horse stoppi -Thore wii a the Old Pickens ch ay by Rev. J. Rt. Ri --D. F. Pace stop vory far these days. his house on the 8th ii. -Miss Bessio Ashin brother Sam, visited fi Andorsou coun ty last week. -Arrange your plans eat attend the 81st Annual State at Columribia Nov. 6th to 10th. -Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Oliver. ot Augusta, are visitinag t.1a9 latter's p-rents, ir. Pickens, this week. -A very successful pIrotr'atcted 1 meeting is in progress at the Metholdist clurch hero this week. -Col. D L. Copulatd, of New. berry and Ma...

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 September 1899

EE4 41A E Goetrude Olney and Alida Coryell d n SaO rappod at MisN Lub book's door. here was to be a "corn festlval," for the bonofit of the school library,' and the high sohool boys and fo 'iris were solioiting contributions for y ce Ordinarily, Miss Lubbock would laoc have boon glnd to soo Gortrudo'; sh tracts had sowod for tho Olneys for yeare, Lot! and sho and Gortrudo woro good pelrII frionds. But the little seaustress met a3ol. thorn with a clouded faco. Tho reuson No, was plain t the threo young peoplo saw vsr a that M e. Patterson was thoro before the g thm. A' Mr. Patterson Was a prosporous hard be ha waro dealor, with 1 nmoi1 for boingy 1ini!. "' close." lio had not finished his T1. errand, evidently. views 1 1, fifteen doll:,rt:, Miss Lubbo,k," less t to said. " There was your sitting ,HU 10m11 st)l Soveaud to tin roof on tho ",I know," said M uis Lubbock ; her -o ulushed. Wh It's been a coiziderahlo timie while fus habeon owing," 6aid Mr. Patterson. know. It lits worried ...

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 September 1899

THE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL VOL qN0. .' PICKENS S. C., THURSDAY, SEPTMBER 21, 1899. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. THU~ MIND) DON'T NIEDD RUMI A HANGE 01b MINTAL FOOl tCEQUlItED. 1111 Arp I'(1ls How lie SecurCs MCI] tal ltest Wlion lie Grows Wear: With Study. The mind do tosn't neod rest, for I will not rest, but. it needs a change c mental food. Wo cannot at will sto thinking, but wo can give our thought a more plaing .lirection and that I rest. And so, when I got tired an perplexed reading and ruminatinj about the war and the negroos ani political corruption, I take a day o and commune with nature and he wonderful work i, which are ever be fore us and around us. It Is even : rest to hI jr it thunder and to watcl the gathkinA g or the clouds and wei como the big drops of rain that fal upon the stops. When the lightninj is lashing and tho thunder strok, comOs uteiinl sharp and icar, w, retire fi om the v 'randa and for a litth while lun.hio tlorseclves unde:r th4 mighty nand of Gol, and that is rest T...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 21 September 1899

T. C. ROBINSON, Editor. T. V.I~f~, I'E8NO Y dt1IrSJAY BW'UDLIIllif1ity Subscription One Dollar a Year icutoreat the Post Ofice at Pickens as seconlal04 matter. ADVERtTISING HATES. Otte dollar por itnch for first insertion, fit ty cents for ecin sithsepuont Insertion. Liberal dliscotnt for acivertis.iionts oii al ntal contratts. Terms eash. Annual coil tracts, pniyable quarterly. Locil lotiees, inl local colun, 10 cents per lino for flirst insertion and five cents for each. sbseqpteoit lisertion. No favorites. Oto price to ill. No spe cial positiori or speal rates to foreign ad vertisers. All sich must take ti1e run of the papor and abido by surch rates. Advert~isements for coming issne should bo handedl inl not later than Monday morn ing. Ti.m editor will not be responsible for tlao ViOws at<l( opinion:s of correspondents, n1. less the sanme are eclitorially endorsed. 111URSD.\Y, sil lIli, 21, 1809. COT'TON MUILLsl. PickelS 00111)ty is illlprovinug slowly, but is cortainly c) omi...

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 September 1899

heitf eqp1 Journal Local and Personal. --See tax notice in this issue. -J. E. Hagood and wife, o Easley, spent Sunday in town. -Capt. J. L. Thorr.-loy wont t( Anderson on business Tuesday. -Harry Stool, of Atlanta, i1 spending this wook at J. E. Boggs' --Born unto Mr. and Mrs. Elisha Gilstrap on the 15th inst., 1 girl. -Our m erchints are puttuing in a larg steck of goods for the fall trade. - .P. Carey, Esq., went to Wat Ila on professional bus ness last week. -Mrs. A. N. Brune, ot Easley, visited the family of Dr. G. W. Earle last week. -Road notice to applicaits for teachers certificates iml educational column this week. -Miss Sophia McAlister, of Greenville, vieited Miss Queen Hagood this week. --Miss Ida Wl:itmire, of Joptha, N. 04is on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Prico this wek. -Miss Essio Earl1 is visiting relatives a-id friends in Anderson and Bolton this wook. -Mrs. Charles McAlister, of Greenville, is stopping at Col. J. E. Hagood's this week. -We wero glad to see R. L....

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 September 1899

46L2e 60plelJournal PICKENS S-C I XWOI, ONC" A PRISONR. .,gggV TLLS Till- STORtY. A Confedeorato Sotlier Who Stood Guard Over (ho Futuro Admiral at Port Iludson, Ess. From the Chicago Trilbune. Admiral George Dewey knoNs what it Is to have mlet the 01nem11Y an1d be come hi, for on t&no night of March 14, 18613, whon as Liutenant Dewey he was executive oflieer of the United States sealer iL'iississippi, and lied from the hulk of that vesel and was captured by Con federate artilleryimeni. This happened on the banks of the " Father of Waters ' at Port iudon. Ahiss., and is said to have been the only instance when )ewey ever was a pri soner. But Lieutenant Dewey was not long a prionel on that occuaion. Hie had then the saine ierVC, dahL an.d cool noss now recognizQLe the world over as charateristic of the 1uan, and mei a brill'ant and sucessfu broeaki for liberty, rejoining lhis captitin, Alelan chthoU'Sinith, aid other ollicei's of the abandonid :teaimr. T11' se hIiad soug hL afety...

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 September 1899

HE6E.P S VOL' 9.---NO. 36. PICKENS S. C., TH URSDAY, SEPT EiME2, 189:EDOLRAY HOW DPWEY MADE A CHOICI LIEUT. BIRUMBY'S GOOD LUOK The Flag Lieutenant and the Ad miral are Much Alike in Sorm Thiwce. When Admiral Dewey, then a com modore, was assigned to the comman of the Asiatic squadron, one of thi first questions that presented itself t( him was the selection of his flag of floor. Because of the close persona as well as official relationship tha1 exists between a fleet commander anf his flag lieutenant, complete harmon3 between them is essential. This wai a particularly important matter t( Commodore Dewey, as a friend in that branch of the navy department which assigns officers to the various ships and stations, well knew. This friend being familiar with the personal charapteristics of the commodore. who is pieise in the smallest details of dress and deportment, and an au thority in the matter of good taste, decided that his flag officer should be the same manner of man. Therofore am...

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. — 28 September 1899

i .eople's. ..journa. 7. . i. V, Of , Editor. 1DUBLSH EljD i"1'Ely Y TIIU RlSD AY . uscriptionl Onle Dollar a Year e alte Post Onlco at Pickens as second-class matter. ADVERTISING H A"TES. One dollar per inch for fIrst insertion, fif ty cents for each imbseuitient igasrtion. Liberal disconit4or ad vseenuits on an nual contracts. Terms cash. Annual con tracts, Payile quarterly. Local notices, i local columin, 10 cents por lino for firit. insertion aptl five cents for each si baequitent i nsertionA. No favorites.' One prieo to all. No spe. olal position or s pclial rates to foreign ad vertisers. All st-i mist tako the run of the paper and abido by such rates. Advertisements for coii ng issuo shotild be handed in not later than Monday morn Ing. T1 o editor will not lie responsiblo for time views and opinions of corresponidents, in less the sante are eiitoriallv endorsed. TI'l Ul?8 AY, ' I'E 'T lui fil-:, 28. 1899. COTTON. To hold or not to hold, that, is the questioln with the Lrmersab...

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 September 1899

The Peop11's Journial. Local pnd Personal. -W. J Dickens is at homo with his fanayd in Pickens for a few days -Mrs. Barnett Porter, of Fielt, is reported as being very ill. -lobt. Hendricks, of Field, spent a few days of last week in Columbia. - Mrs. Rogers, of Lexington, Ky., is visiting Mrs. U L. Hollingsworth. --Mrs. J. L. Thornley and son, Bertrau, spent Monday in Greenvilre. -J. . H1agiood, Jr. and family, of Easle , spenat lt Saturday iii Green ville. -Lucius Earle loft Sunday for Baltimore, here ho will study phar macy. --Born, unto Mr. and Mrs. and John Haynes, of Liberty township, on the 23d inst , a son. -Presbytory was in session at Ft. Hill last week. Dr. J. R. Riley, who attended, returned Monday. --J. B. It. Freeman and Sh.eriff McDaniel caried John Eades to the State hospital last Thursday. -W. A. Roper, of Field, has a fine horse for sale. Price reason able. Call on him. 2t. -Misses llulaih and Claudia Chiles, of the Brushy Creek section are visiting the family of W....

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 September 1899

The People's Journ pICKENS S. C. BRYAN SCORUS THE TRUSTS. A PoWERFUL ARRAY OF FACTS. Suggested Remedies for the Giant Evil-The Trusts Can be Killed if the People Are In Earnest, The conference on the uses and abuses of trusts closed its session in Chicago in a blaze of oratory. Wm. J. Bryan and Bourke Cochran were the central figures and Mr. Bryan made a great speech, and received an ovation equal to his reception In 1890 when he won the nomination for Presi dent at Chicago. Mr. Bryan was introduced by Gov ernor Stanley, of Kanst, who aoted-.as cha~ir ehgi-iienlig session. Wild plause greeted the Nebraskan. W. Bourke Cochran listened intently and joined frequently in the applause. Mr. Bryan spoke, in part, as follows : " Within two years, more trudts have been organized than in the pre vious history of the country and tho people now como face to face with this question : "'Is the trust a blessing or a curso. If a cure, what remedy can be applied to the curso ?' " Monopoly in private...

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. — 5 October 1899

.. -- *THE PEOPLE'S R VOL 9.---NO. 37. PICKENS S. C., THURSDAY, OCTOBER Silver Dollars -Given Av Greenville, E We have placed in our store Silver Dollars. We haVe had made I will unlock ite box. With every C given a key -attached to a tag. Keys month after October 1st, and the 11c be given $5.00 as a presnt. This is a now and novel vay we lh in cash what we have heretofore paid greater number will be benoiltted. ATF SMITH & - You will find the Men's Wear at GREENV Sole agents for Stetson's Stiff lIats. S THE RESUIT OF- EDUCATION, THE AIRT OF1 LET1'Elt WitITING Boys and Girls Nowadays Seek Know. ledge of Others-Bill Arp Takes Pleatre In Writing Letters. It is a hopelul sign that so miny o: the young girls and boys have a thirst for knowledge. The youth's depart. mont in the newspapers and magazines is growing into importance and their letters to the editors betokens studioue inquIring minds. The art of letter writing is itself not only an uccom plishment, but a good part of a pol...

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. — 5 October 1899

-U IJ E y1111,3Y TIIURSDAY. Subscrition One Dollar a Year j ineredl at the Pont Ofilco at 1ickenis a stecondti-class inatter. ADVERTISING IATIES. One lollar per inch for lrat Insertion, lif' ty ceits for eaI si nbaci iettnt Itsertion. Liberal discoutit for aivo it emetsi n tt an auta! contracts. Terms ash. Annital ton tracts, )y: ,vablo quartorly. -' ' I Oe:11 nutiees, Inlcl 114 n4111111, 10 etVnta per line for first inserthio andl itvt vont for each simt inent Insmertionl. No fat% orites. Onsi prleu to all. No atlu. 0iaI plosition or aper4. i rato'4 to forolgi ail. vertilers. All aituch imist tak t rit, ui of tle papor antl Oild& Iv attih rates. A vertiemetits for coming isswUue alona be inuln il in not later thian M ilay itin% TI e ediltor will not Ie reonsile fot the Vtiws01 tnuel oiions of couw it s, nu, lessI'1het% 4;11U N tII & ' i. t~het5 the sa z i 'Il V . I tu<' tAI' ,w1 SO. ' .L1 tilt . -z it pe to I t rm - T I v . 11 C Thur1!,.a1 iCl td:: T h N 2:d, Cateechee 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. — 5 October 1899

The People's Journal, Local and Personal. --lls. M. V. Hunt e Dacuaville is daugerously ill. -1. C. Shirl, of Liberty, is very ill with fever. -See notice of Easley cotton mills in this issue. -Court convenes the 23rd inst., but tho (okot is small. -Miss May Wa'nock, of Groon ville, .visitod ir. Pickens this week . -Capt. A. W. Hudgons, of Eas Joy, was here on business last week. -11old your cotton farmers, you will got 8 and 9 cents for it soxn. -George Curetoii, of Candler. N C., visited hisgarents wre this week. -Born unto Mr. a' d Mrs. Frank1 Crane, of Liberty, on the 29th ult., a soll. -We are short on reading mat, tor this week on account of adver tisements. -Goo. E. P)rinee, Esq,, of An dersot., was hero on oflicial busi ness Tuesday. --Our new m'rchatit-, Craig Bros., are erecting a shelter in front of their stoi. -Rev. A. W. Bock, has beon elected pastor of tho Oolenoy church for another year. -About 400 bushels of rico was damagcd by the frost in the Da cuaville section la...

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. — 5 October 1899

RIC 7 jjHASH SOUTHERN MILLS A New York Syndicato of Capitalist and BaikorN Aro Working to Forim a Great Uoxubintio 0in1 tilo South. The 1anufoeturers' I-'cord ,an nIoulneos the or-gai Izatoiol in Now York of i -yndicato con-posed of somut of the leading capitalists and ban kers of that city in conneetion wvi'hi lead:h I ,outh orn bankerl, to purchaso am!( combine a large numb111110r of Soi0ther011 cotton mills. The ,yidicate poose to pur chase outright and pay casil for good Southern Cotton imiil, ten to com'ibino1 them with a viev L- deve:oping their trade to tle uitmot, --living ,po iatl at tentiOn to the upbuidiiI; of too ex port busireis. Thetwas Br::eh & Co, ankec of Richmio-nd, have !or -o-nw tul, b'ceen eCilring options onl a largij ep. en her of leading Soulemul ni s, antd t Iin v e now% mdecnitI trat wI it) % r. Carle I. Fint. Of NOW York, aniio i ao oMaULU. repeeC' tim n v beav iC:t IihanI cIXd ittret of' d I.)0 City, ii ) have ag-reed ii rnr alth capa~ai necatd for Ih...

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. — 12 October 1899

THE LEOPL'S JUR VOL g.---NO. 38. PICKENS S. C., THURSDAY, OCIOBER 2, 899. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR 'Silve DAollars Given Aw Greenville, S We have placed in our store a Silver Dollars. We have had made fo will unlock the box. With every Ca given a key attached to a tag. Keys month after October 1st, and the ld be given $5.00 as at present. This is a new aud novel way we ha in cash what we have heretofore paid greater number will be beonlitted. SMITH & You will find the b Men's Wear at G REENVI Sole agents for Slotson's StilT IHats. So THE LSOS OF AN OLD FRIEND HAD KNOWN 11131L FiVEY YJ'X1ILS. Bill Arp Pays a Lfino Trlito to an Esteeixet FrientI- Iis O1ico WVas4 a Favorito 1'Iace In AtlIan ta. " Friend after friend deiarts. Who hais not lost a friend?" I don't knov what word the next mail will bring, but I expect that my old friend Is dead. For more than fifty years George Adair and I have been friends--good fricnds. lie was always glad to ineet me and hold my hand tight and long, and sm...

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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