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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 8 October 1903

I1E PIKE NS SN INELORN Entered April 28, 1903 nt Pickens, E. C., as sco-mld olass matter, nuder act of Congess of March 3, 1879. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, QCTOBER, 8, 1903, '(,' N_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ SO VOL X XII DA, ' E1)210.8AY 0 TRIAL OF TILLMAN i6 LEXIIGTON, S. C' Purther Proooedings In the the Celebrated Oaao, MANY WITNESSES TESTIFY. Editor Terrill, of a Newspaper in Fior once County, is Queationed by So licitor Thurmond Regarding Thsuate Made by Tillman. Lexington, S. C., Ovt. 2.--Tho read ing of the editorials from The Stato was concluded shortly after the trial of Jaeios 11. Tillmnan was resumod to day. F. C. Withers, an onployo of Tho State, testilled that ho assisted N. G. Goinzais into tho office of The State froI the street after the shoot Ing, and that SR1Dl)LTJ 1 UPUPU Ing. Ho was asked if he saw any weapon in the garments of Mr. Gon zales at that time and replied that ho did not. J. W. Wallace testified lie was in the office of Tihe State with' N. G. Gonzales aft...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 8 October 1903

.P brasiED RVERY THURSDAY MORNING. The Sentnel-Journal Company. TuoM oN-& IcH Y, Ptops. J. If. 0. TlO0MPSON, EDrroR. Oubsoription $1.00 Per Annum. . Advertising Ritttes Reasonable. atered at Piokens Postofloe Sa socond Olass Mall Matter PICKENS, S. (.: Thursday, Oct. 8, 1903. ,TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. The accounts of both The Sentinel and Jouinal, whether of recont date or old accounts, are duo and payable to me, and Y kindly ask oech and every person to at once come forward and settle up. We have too many sots of books to look after and must wind them up and reduce to the sot now being prepared for The Sentinel Journal. A prompt and early settlo. anent of these old accounts will save trouble and court costs. All suabscriptions to The Sentiiel Journal are due this fall and we ask all subscribers to come in and settle up as soon as they put their cotton on the market. J. L. 0. THOMPSON, For Thompson & Richey, Props., Sentinel-Journal. Sambo's Version of Children's Day at Mt. Carme...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 8 October 1903

Happelliings a LOx dlid Pe soll Nature. -J. E. 1irs'ns continue(s to im provo slovly. .W Tr. Princo tnid ftm11ily hav Imoved ):rck to thiri twopertv itwn. -Mrs. Lila Cox, (f Boltoi, is ont Ia visit to her sister, Mrs. . V. Earlo. If vo want Lit t_)o of the mar ke-t for 'your cotton bring it to Pick ens. Johnt [ (rifilin, who has qilo sick with fcrt r, is able to ho -Tio road from Pickens to Pmllnp. kimto.iti is reportied as being in fil' good fix. Th11k Pickens Biod has, 'rented ti slore rooml ill th0 Anthony build ing fo;r i practice roo . . - Triplels born to titt wife of Or1)antge Cole, of Lola, Via., werO naetd Alphionso, (laston and Leon1. --Remlel ullmlr J. 1). Moore is in the mtharket busintess. Call on him when in need of m11eats or a1ny other goods. -Henry Bolt, whilo playiig last vok fell and broko his arin butweern 1he elbow and wrist. He is djin~g well. --Booker Washingto'lis wife has taIght a class of colored gilla eIigh. teen dift'-rent wily of preparing cow pens. -arm...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 8 October 1903

- CIDS ON GREAT PROJUO. unno Is Under Bat River for Peno sylvania Road. -New York, Oct. 2.-After slhonths of eonsultatlon between eiainent engi. meors of this and other cition, the Fennsylvanta Railroad company Dual. ly has deelded upon the methods by whioh it will build its tunnels under. the North and 1laot rivor%. and Man battan island, and has advertised for -bids on the work and Inatorial. I The oonstruction between the North river will coniist of two single ca~ii iron tubes entering this city at the foot of West Seoond atreet, and running under that streot. They will be built by the Dhield procoes. Among the many precaitionu arranged to maki the tunnel ari safe as possible, will be two concretoo si1eivalkN built Inside the tubes and must be roomy enough to allow ample width for these walks. Tho object of the wallk is to provide pisqts for passepgers in case of accident. MDvery car, it is, claimnod, will be fireproof. The tuu uiol itself will be fireproof. The huat. ing system ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 14 October 1903

1E PICKE S SE Entered Apri 2), 1903 tit Piems, S. C., na -ccid chiss Inatte-r 111 o --CKENS -. -., - rM h 1' " _ PICK ENS, S. C., WKD)NESDAY,~ OCTOBER, 14 1903i~y1TN EXAMINA TIEN OF JAM8 N. TilWIAN Slayor oRIkonzales PlacLA on1 the 'witiness Stmd. WITNESS IN OWN ;EHALF. Refere to Editorials In The Columbla State, -,yrng They Wore Very Sit ter-Did Not Mailto Threats in Edge field, He Say. ' Lexington, S. C., Oct. U.-ITe exai nation of James If. Tillimmt, who went on the stand du ing the last hour yes tol'day as a witness in his own behal.' was resumed tod-ay when court co:*n Venod. An argumnent emwued whe-. questions w i ake(d the defendant relative to ditoials in ihe State. Mr. Tillman, in line of ruling of the court, rendored after it hour's argumenit by council, was asked what impression was made upiion him by the editorials Written by M r. GOizalcs. ile renlie: that they were intensely bitter. He said he did not make the threaIts inI Edgefleld or on the train going from Johnstown...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 14 October 1903

Y THURsDAY 3010NING. The SontinelJournal Company. TuoMuroN & RIcuar, Pnors. L. 0. TlifoMP.N EpIroR.. Hubsription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rites Reasonable. Entered at Piooens Postoftoe as Socond Class - Mail batter PICKENS, S. C.: Wednesday, OJct. 14, 1903. TO (UR -SUBSCRIBERS. The accounts of both The Sentinel and Journal, whether of recent date or old accounts, are duo and payab!e to me, and I kindly ask ouch and every person to at once como forward and settle up. We have too many sets of books to look after and must -wind them up and reduce to the Bet now being prepared for The Sentinel Journal. A prompt and early settle. ment of these old accounts will save trouble and court costs. All subscriptions to The Sentinel Journal are due this fall and we ask all subscribers to come in and settle up as soon as they put their cotton on the market. J. L. 0. THOMPSON, For Thompson & Richey, Props. Sentinol-Journal. Dots From Hughes. Mr. Editor: As I haven't seei anything in you...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 14 October 1903

AN lHappenings of a Local and Personal Nature. -Vesloy Curtis, on Mile Creek, continues to improve. -1Dr. W. F. Anst-in will be in Eis. ley Out. 20th and 21st. - J. E. Parsons1i NO hAS been quito 1ick for-some time, is reported better, 'Dr.. W. F. Austin, dentist, filled hiis regular appointment in Pickens this week;.I --Tylor 1(Iion, son of J. %. Hudhon, oil 19 8th int., killed a crane flying. N --Aplplo wagons from the moun tains have been comiag to town for several days. -''Iho T vwIvo Milo River Baptist Association met with Antioch church last I'liurstay. --latridges are reported to be plentiful, but are protected by law ntitil Novembei 1st. -Mrs. J. H. G. McDaniel, who has been quito i'l with fever, is re ported conSide'rably better. -Mr. and Mrs . Will White, of Andersoin, are on a visit to her mother, Mrs. J. L. Thoruley. -Robert Hunt and others are catching carp in Saluda river veigh. ilg from font to eight pounds. -There were throo fogs in Auguse --possibly four. So there w...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 14 October 1903

LOOIN BOLER DEALS OUT DEATH Fatal Acoidont In Stave Kill at Crossville, Tenn. TWO KILLED; MANY INJURED. Som6thing Got Wrong With Machinery - and While Fireman, Was Trying to Remedy the Trouble, Boller Burat With Disastrdus Results. Nashville, Ten-n., Oct. 8.-A special from Crossville to The Banner says: Two men were killed and the entire crew injured by the explosion of bil or at the stave n-Ill of the Stanrad t. company. Bomething got wvrong wit.h the boiler and Fireman Polk was seeking to as cortain the cause when the boiler burst aid he was instantly killed. . Walter Gilbert, of Rising Fawn, Ga., the sawer, was also killed, and Fore man Gooch, of Way-nesboro, Ky., Nv. die as the result of a fracture of the skull. A number of the other men were se %lously injured, .but will recover. IRON TRADE CONDITIONS. Report of the Revievi Por the Past Week. Cloveland, Oct. 8.-The Iron Trade Review this week says: ' Another week has passed in which the Iron trade 'has been busier watch lng dev...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 21 October 1903

14. J,, THE PICKE SENS SI R _ E utered April 23, 1903 At PickenR, S. U., ais seo mad e~su nintt, under act of Congress of March 8, 1879 PSS. 0., WEDNESU UTO, , 3LX III 111111E LES '21,N8 19.8 VOL.D .)-V-Y w 'r. McFA LL, J. S. WIL3O - . R. E BRUCE. President. Vic' -Pres. Sec. & Treas -The Pickens Oil Mill Compay,4 - DEABiERS IN ("tCotton Seed Meal, Hulli, Oil and Linters."S (inning Cotton A Specialty. Capacity 50 Bales Per Day. R. H. CURETON, Mgr. Our Ginniery is Now Runnin~g Day and Night if necessary Bring us Your Cotton. H W Farr, salary 18 7i Quiarteriy 'Rej.port. Tom' Fortner, road work 3 60 - - W Farr, salary 18 75 -F C R Ferguson, road work 5 00 Clails4 A pproved by tile 1 F Farmer, " i' 6 20 CSaiii pe rov for t111.1r, C R Ferguson, " 5 20 Supervisor or July, L 1 Farr. salary, etc 20 37 Alto-lst a1.d Sep- John Ferguson, lumber 55 00 H W Farr, com tax r'f'd 177 001 teimbr 190e3. L G Gilstra i, bridge work 2 50 0 0 Gilstrap, " " 8 10 Name. Ai't. John Gilstrap, " " 001 J B Ga...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 21 October 1903

VrNr'I4'~u~ 'O oxennWonrnal Company. To OoN .' r os. J. 14. THOM111PSON, E'ron01. u0jeribIioin 01.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rates Reasonable. Ppntered at Piekenu Postoffice as Sooonti Class Mail Matter PICKENS, S. C.: Wednesday, Oct. 21, 1903. TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. The accounts of both The Sen'iuel and Journal, whether of reconi date or- old accounts, are duo and payable to me, and I kindly ask each and every person to at once come forward and settle up. We have too many sets of books to look after and must wind them up and reduce to the sot now being 'repared for 'he Sentinel Journal. A prompf an' early settle. . ment of these old accounts will save trouble and court costs. All subscriptions to The Sentinel. Journal are due this fall and we ask all subscribers to come in and setLa up as soon as they put their cotton on the market. J. L. 0. THOMPSON, For Thompson & Richey, Props., 8entinel-Journal. Coney -Island is rivalling Cape Nome. Beach combers are sifting the sands and findi...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 21 October 1903

AA good knife Jio 1o alt who pity --Sed O.ds fol sal. it 11. C. Car Libet ty. - Mrs J. H O. cDaniel contin > improvo Flowly. atikO advantage of one: knife of. It is a .ood proposition for you. lorn unto Mr. and Mrs. C. L. - on, on the 20th inst., a fine girl. Vin you walit a Wagon or sco the lloath-Bruco-Morrow It n ill pay you to rHR. C. er's noew ad6vortiseient and get -d oil prices. -Mr ad Ms.J. Ross Honder of Easley, visited tho family of L R ichoy Su1)day. -Mrs. L. Ross Eaton, of Central, I a visit to her daughter, Mrs. I. auldin, in Pickens. J. E. ParsTeIs, ho ha13 been ill 411I I t fi . provmng poa. notico. A. MI.Mri. -WANTED.-Persillmmn, Dog 11)(, Hickory anld Holly Logs. Yight paid onl car loads. Jarnos1,0 -kisbott, Charleston, S. C. o2I4 -Mrs. Kittio Ashmor and Mlisse ly and Florence Hugier and d HAinton, of Gr301nnilno, viitod fatitily uf A ij. J. 111. Stowart last -Miss Inez acClan n, daugh of Rev. F. R. McClanahan, is ething of a cotton picker, having ed one day last...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 21 October 1903

EN HE TIED TH KNOT medy as Wellias Tragedy Is Eternal All Over the World-Story of the Justice of the Peace-All Ends Well. There Is always something to see, to hear, or to learn, wherever you go. The eternal tragedy, the eternal coi edy, go all over the world. Yesterday Art showed me a farmhouse, where a few months ago a discontented soul killed his wife and himself, shooting his wife while she held a three months'-old baby in hor arms. "We were going to lynch him thon," said Art artlessly, "but as I rode through the edge of the wood back of the house I saw him lying there looking at us. ie was dead. lIe had shot himself three times. Nervy, wasn't lie?" Again, as we rode on, he showed me a little house by the roadside. "Old woman lives there, eighty-five years old," said he. "The town keeps her. Her husband died a while ago, and she can't run the farm. She used to be an English noblewoman years ago, and she ran away with the coachman and came to America. They lived here a long while....

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 28 October 1903

_E P__KENS SENT! SEutored April 28, 1903 at Pickenit, H. C., as seo nd oaWs Inntt.r nuder act of Congress of March 8, 1879. PN . ., W D ESDA OCOE R,28, N 903. VOL. XXI NO (T --d ....E ..... .. ..oO .2 ' W. T. McFALL, J. S. WILSON, F. E BRUCE. President. s Viei -Pres. Sec. & Treas _4The Pickens Oil Mill Company,* DEALERS IN 4r'.-Cotton Seed Meal, Hulls, Oil and Linters.-"* Ginning Cotton A Specialty. Capaoity 50 Bales Per Day. R. H. CURETON, Mgr. 'Our Ginnery is Now Running Day and Night if necessary Bring us Your Cotton, SECRETARY INTERIOR CANADA AND THE EMPIRE. Sir Froderick Borden Makes Address at Military Banquet. MAES Montre-ai, Oct. 23.-At a banquet ten dered Iin his honor by the military Alpropriations Necassary to men of Montreal, Sir FreJerick Bor don, minister of militia, has made Conduct Affaira. the following statement regarding Can - ada's contributing to the defense of the THE REQUIREMEN TIS $156W0,0,000. empire: "We owe a duty to Great Britain, This Is About $3,000...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 28 October 1903

DXSHt~ NVEXIn Y wJDNL DAY MoiNINiN( The Sentinel Journal Company, T'iOMPSON & RICiilY, PiOs. J. 1j. 0. THOMPSON, I-Irront. Subscription $1.00 Per Anuum. Advertising R ItuS Reasonable. Entered at Plokous Postolince am Second Clais Mail Matter PICKFENS, S. C.: Weduesday, Oct. 28, 1903. TO -OUR SUBSCRIBERS. The accounts of both Tlo Seiitinel and Journal, wlhother of reconi date or old accou)ts, aire duo andl(] pilyablo -' ine, and I kindly ask elaeh and every porsoln to at once coine forward and settle up. Wo have too many seots of books to look after and muist wvinld them up an1d reduce to the sot now being prepared for The Sentinel Journal. A prompt anid early settlo. ment of these old accounts will save. troubllo and court costs. All subscriptions to The Sen tiinel. Joursna are duo this fadl an1(d we ask all tlubwcriberb to come in and settle up asi soonl as they put their cotloni on the market. J. L. 0. TIOMPSON, For Thompson & Riciey, Props Sentinel-Journal. From Cateechee...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 28 October 1903

Ha8penings oI a Local anI Personal Nature. -A good knifo free to all who pay tp. --seld O.0s for sale at I. C. Car. ter'p, Libei ty. -Quito a crowd left this week for the State fair. -B. F. ltackerby near Norria has 0a beautifully located home. -Take advantage of ou'' knife of fer. It is a good proposition for you. -Cotton is comilg in lively these days and trade is ac-cordingly brisk. -It %ilt yyou to read R. U. Carter's now advertisoment and got psted onl pnees. - James P. Carey and Mfaj. J. J. Lewis attended the Fedoral court in Groenville last week. --Tho bottom lands along the he '(l% at( rs of Twelvo Mile river aIre yielding large retirns this year. -Aleck Cannon is getting a nice home and a good farm in good shape on a part of the Maxwell place he rc cently purchased. -D. L. Kay of the Six Mile sf-c tion has iade a good crop oi-his up land. -U has some fino hogs to put inl his simloko hot so. -Mrs J. W. Earlo and Mrs. J. C. Jennings, of Pickens, and Mra. Toccoa Earle, of Cont...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 28 October 1903

'NYwo DFODWIE'S 0 'LEAVE GOTHAM Others to Take Their Places From Zion Oity. LKFT BY HIS SPECIAL TRAIN. Prophet Dowie Says He Has Received About One .Hundred and Fifty Let tore Threatening Him With Murder or Kidnaping. -New York, Oct. 23.-At least 150 bembers of Dowie's "army" left today in a apecial tran of five coaches over the West Shore road for Zion City In Illinois, in charge of Deacon J. W. Crane and Daughtera Wilhite, Lauder, 31y,, Pettinger, 'Peterson, Rupp, Ste vens and Funger. According to Deacon Newcombe the Zionites were bound for Zion -because others wished to come to New York. As many as leave will be replaced by new recruits, said the deason. Many of the party were suffering from colds brought on by exposure in the work of house-to-house visitation, and the many changes from the heated atmosphero of the Garden' to thopierc ing air. While his lieutenants wore looking after the excursionists at Wieehawken, Dowie was left almost alone to con duct the early morning servic...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 4 November 1903

PICENS INts0 a ~~~~~~~~~ U - Etered A pril 28, 1903 at P(4enls, S. U., all reondi cena dhr . 1rr- fCnrs fMrh3 89 XX~~rl' PICKENS, S.-O.", WED NESIK81IEBR 4 0 IC D ).A. W. T. MoFALL, ' J- ' I-s, The Pickell Oil - IE A LF 1i Cotton Seed Meal, Hu Ginning Cottoi capacity 50 Hiz R - ..C IRETON, Mgr. Our:Gi n. Rumi Day anl ifne B ri i s I CHICAGO FLYER EN SANTA FE WRECKED Spikes Had Been Removed From Rails on Bridge. WAS.-PRECIPITATED INTO CREEK. Train Was Filled With Eastoin Bank era Returning From the Convention at San Francisco-Ten or Twelve Passengers Moro or Less Injured. PIuoblo, Colu., Oct. 30.--The east bound Chic-ago "Flyer" on the Santa F0 road was wrocked at 1:30 this morning at Apispha creek, .1 miles east of Fowler. Tile s)Ikes had beenl. re0moved from1 one rail oi the bridge Gver the cree( 3r when the engiinei left the track one spma ot' the bridge 100 teet loln: went down. T-wo cars with the en)gine fell into ree-ck. EnierJohn Walker I)O~badly sca'ldd. Tenl jor twelve grson...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 4 November 1903

ou b tY WJl>4SDAY MORNINo. ntinel-Journal Company, oN & RICiRY, PROs. . . TUOMPSON, EDnTon. Subscription $1.00 1'Pr Annum. Advertiuing Rates Reasonable. rntered at Pickens Postoinee as second lass. Mal Matter PICKENS, S. C.: *Wedqesday, Nov. 4, 1901. Gen. Edward Mc~rad'y, a distin uished lawyer of Charleston, died ;t his home in that city, last Sunday tiorning, suddenly, from heart dis. a e. He was a gallant soldier and i brilliant man. His greatest be Ittjest, to posterity is Ils history of South Carolina. He was several times elected to the State legislature from his county'and introduced, and supported several measures of inter. ot to the state, Cspecially the elec tion and registration laws and the bill establishing a burea of Confeder ate records. Grand Jury Presentment. To the Honorable, the Presding Judge: We, the Grand Jury, beg to make this our final presentment: First: We have passed on all the bills handed us by the Solicitor, and have rendered such returns thereon...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 4 November 1903

ilappenlins of a Local and Personal Nature. -Como and got one of our free krivos. -Pickoi county furnished i diig conitilnt ut. '. the show. ---Go to 11. A. Richoy ifr your oulr. A car of good just received. - It. C. Carter, Liberty, givcs bMLie tradi)g stanips, tsk for them. -The Pickens Rtailroad hauiled 1164 peoplO to Easjy Mobday to go to lie show. -H. A. Richey has received an other ear of that good flour you havo booni wanting So long. -N provoment could be mado onl fihe beautiful autuin weathlr wo have beeni having. --Comie inl and lpay upl your sub1. spription to this papelr and g(t it a good lunife free of charge. -A new organ has been ordered for Tabor chua ch and is ()xp, cted to arrive by next preaclhing day. -If you will provido ia good waI mn stable for your cow, she will give a fourth milore milk during the wiltler. -A man has no righl to complain of his wiro's millinery bill ts long ats lia Cigar anld tobacco bill is five times as nmch. -A local weanther prophet. say...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 4 November 1903

* P E S0NS 1T E~ED KILLED 0 I~t""Litt) Collision Oft'. ih ;O6dt1 of Japani. RAi H'TS OF LATE [I1-iASTER?. -Malls and All Valuable& of S unken Vc' Dole8 Were Lost.-Rlussian Contlul It, Drawing Up Statoment of Caso for Court of Inquiry. Y okollaund, Oct. 3)--Lwsnce' taillud todaIy thit, I. I)c JroiJH ott of Tokat Martu Nvere droi'ol d .1b tho 1' BUIL of -thi' Mnit tif u1hat v'c-i..:eI Yoca terday aft'i' havn \1) hi- inj (olisliI 'With thu uM lh8c.?u'I iIJ 1 H-akodati% .JiLjihiJ.. 7,110I and' a! 0.o iaclont I. evilri'od at 1 :1 III., in :1 dvl'. tog 6d 111105 frIomJ lI(.!i 0,St atOII( (of It ! 1 :( f0 I' Ih I I I of 11 qt Iiiy . TRADE C0ONDITIONS. Ouillnarized ieotof tile internation a] (mmrantil,; Agenlcy. Now' Yol-k, OctL. a wvt c e'a'tbie' gramsi -from it 1w1 Inz a rui0iolitIl 'Nirea u* tile agoilcy outtdoc (it' tile Uite liii States 4idJ (laa ia arc' siut ai ti 3ci 1(11 .t() 8lo~t' it hll-hi(i (ish'gc' the highcr !('11)' til- 3 ) 51 and ('10. 5llit'1*.' 1110011i-1, ntot' It at ...

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