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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 11 August 1910

PIlKENS ' SENTINEL-JOURNAu. ^ ' . ^ Knt r i* % (i ? '? iti l'l?*i<?t* *? r. i ? cIiimn uiht'ior, tiudorcofoiigre** or ^lurftli 40tli Year PICKENS, S. (J.y- 'AUG-. 11 % 1U10. % Number 12 * ?S? "SINCE BUCK 1 ( Liberty Raked Fore and Aft. Comb Gathers the N? ( Some Are Personals?Bonn c Feed Buck with the news and he will grow to he large in the Nows-Paper woiTd, perhaps. Mr. P. R.'Durham of Oatep. chee, was in the city this week for a few hours, the mill being shut down for one week, to give thi? operators a rest. Oh, how thankful we are for the gentle showers we have had j the past week. On last Thursday evening the j barn and content , together with one mule, belonging to Mr. ' J. F. Hendricks, was destroyed] by lightning, setting the barn on fire and burned it down to ashes. A series of services are being held at the first Baptist Church this week with the llev. Mr. Jones in charge who is preaching some able sermons. Mr. and Mrs. Will Ellison of Piedmont, visited the family of Mr...

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. — 11 August 1910

99 SENTINEL JOURN AL PICKENS, s. c. You can't tell much about the slzo of the man In the grave by the size of the tombstone, moralizes Ram's Horn. When Opportunity knocks, laments the Commoner, the sound is usually drowned by the noise of the knocker on the inside. As a proof that women are extravagant, insists the Hill City (Kan.) New Era, we call your attention to tlio fart that many a widow does $50 worth of grieving over the loss o? a thirty-cent man. The idea of teaching every girl to thump the piano and every hoy to be a bookkeeper will make potatoes worth $S per barrel in another twenty years, laments the Virginia (Minn.) Enterprise. Insists the San Francisco Chronicle: Our enormous losses from fire are the price we pay for the privilege of permitting easy going city government to allow people to construct lire traps to live or do business in. The child actress is born, not drilled, dogmatizes Francis Wilson, in Collier's. From the time she sits up and babbles baby phrases sh...

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. — 11 August 1910

How Uncle Sam Has Grown ram gv.-.JB &.4BS3KW I Interlocked Moose Antlers. A curious relic of a faial battle between two bull moose is shown in Ue accompanying illustration. The I - ? _ fl Itelic of a Battle Between Two Bull Moose. battle was fought In the Kenai Peninsula, Alaska, a few years ago. An Indian was attracted to the spot by the noise of the encounter, and on Hearing the two antagonists, lie found that one had broken its neck during! the struggle and lay dead on tho | ground, while the other, partly exhausted, was making desperate efforts to free his horns. After killing the latter moose the Indian tried in every way to separate the antlers, hut found {this to bo impossible. The inter locked antlers aro soon to be exhibited in the collection of heads and horns In the new Administration Rulldlng oS the New York Zoological Park. The larger pair of horns tias a spread of sixty-nine and one-half Inches, and the other of sixty-two Inches.?Scientific American. i ne itiiun ir...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 11 August 1910

i ii.mfc >I.I ii?? i ???Pickens Sentinel-Jourael A<lveniHii)^ U '< ? H'MHorirtb!. Knlprod at IMokeu* Foitoffice hk Kocoud i,i? > Mall Matter PICKENS, S. r.: ?iruri;si>\v aufijst n. i?n> Good Roads Rally. Tho ir<)o(l roads meeting. held under the auspices of the Daily Record of Columbia and The Pickens Sentinel-Journal, will he held in the court house at Pickens on, Friday, Aug 19th The meeting will be very interesting to all who are concerned about highway improvement, and as this is he most important, subject now before the people there should be a larye attendance. This good roads campaign is i?i 1 4-u.v n?n? uuuuuutuu uy vuu ut\\iy Record in cooperation with tho county papers of the State, for the purpose not only of stirring up interest in good roads but of tfivinjA the people practical information on the subject. The United States Government, at the instance of Commissioner Watson and Congressman Lever has recognized the importance of the campaign by assign...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 11 August 1910

Pickens SentineT-Journal Sf? N N \ \V\ \ \ N N :w/ | LOCAL BREVITIES J 1 Some Things You Xnow and Some p 4 You Don't Know About Our ? ^ Towns, Comity & People ANA N \.\ N \ \ \ \ \N ?Pick<?llH Hji.rrlwn.ro ( l?ou v, .. w?. V v/w,, nan a good second-hand safe for sale. ?Miss Vesta Ashmore has returned to her home in Pickens, from a delightful trip up north. P ?Dr. J. L. Bolt and J. T. Partridire, of Pickens, attended the Home Coming Week at Anderson. ?Miss Thaylia Griflin, - of Greenville, is spending a time in Pickens, the guest of her aunt, Mrs. H. M. Hester. ?Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Aiken, <>i Anaerson, and littlo son B. R, jr., havo boon visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Flnley of Pickens. ?A. M. Morris and dannh- j tor. Miss Inez, of Pickens, spoilt; the week-end 111 Anderson, at flu* I !,?.??> ( Wi'.i.w, 'Pi v..v AAx/iiiv v/uiiiui^ n rriv. I IM'.y had an enjoyable I rip. ?Tlio exterior work of the new building of the Pickens Hank is now completed and the interior work is b...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 11 August 1910

ROOSEVELT RETI AN OVATIO The Mighty Traveler Gc and Trying Recepti< Interest in The White Company R< the Sturdy Reliabil Mr. Roose -:T*V > ' ' , pi; ' ' i; Theodore Roosevelt After fifteen months' nbsene Koosevelt disembarked from the 1 Ine. Jlinti IS. lit 1 I n m Tn ?Vw newspaper correspondents, Mr. It to be Interviewed or to talk on p< tlons showed the same virile Inter If the welcome tendered b criterion upon which to base a "r< cordant note in the immense recc crowd which cheered at every glii The Incidents of the day in N ter illustrated the nervous energy be up-and-doing, which he has bi horses and carriages for the swl moment the Roosevelt family < whisked away in White Steamers 433 Fifth avenue. A little later, Fifty-ninth street and Fifth avei preference for tho motor oar In j when he, Cornelius Vanderbllt ai carriage to White Steamers, whirl: After luncheon at Mr. Itobi Colonel Roosevelt, again entered Island City, where they were to tome at Oyster Hay. T...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 11 August 1910

NEVER CAN TELL. "People are not alike," remarked the morallzer. "What suits ono may not please anothor." "Rfght you are," rejoined tho demora'.Vzer. "What Is (y?e man's automobile may bo another man's JugJ gernaut."?Chicago News. While James Applegate, aged rIxty-five, a wealthy farmer of Seceders Corners, near Yoiinestown. Ohio, was waiting in the United Presbyterian ihurch there to be baptized he dropled dead. VERY FORMAL. "Then English audiences do not applaud tho actor?" 'Oh, no. If thoy liko your acting they write you a letter the next day." ?Louisville Courier-Journal. Dying to Order. Dying to order Is one of the most sacred customs or the American Indian. Thirty years ago Standing EMc caino to Major James McLaughlin, the author of "My Friend the Indian," and said, "Father, my wife will die today and she wants a coflln fr*-m you." The major aBked him what the ail merit was and ho replied; "Just nothing but thnt she hoard the ghoBts calling and muBt go." Homebody had told her, ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 11 August 1910

* The Kind You Havo AIwj in use for over 30 yes a All Counterfeits, Imitatl [Experiments that trifle Infants and Children?3 What is C as to rift is a harmless poric, Drops and Sooth contains neither Opium substance. Its ago is it and allays Feverishness Colic. It relieves Teeth and Flatulency. It ass stomach and Jiowels, g The Children's Panacea GENUINE CAS Bears The Kind Yon'l In Use For The ccnmun company WEI /TTTT? TTr\r I^i nr. nu Also we have ' "Not at Speci Regular EVE which we guar est lor good got ings. Iiememl "The Same Go )>5 ;uid 40 cents Win 15c. 10 inch Lawns Colored Wash (jjoods, N otions, 11 osi( al l red need t o 1 price Come d , crn m rl BAP.G A I NS. A. K. Wewt. End. Six Mile. School commenced at,Six last Monday the 25th, wit I Ohio Mann, us toachm1, the Sin^inp; School niniiiii last Mondav. with Prof. Holding .is teacher, with attendance at both schools. The members of Six church, and others inten arc called to moot I here Ki before the second Sundu August with...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 18 August 1910

EBuleriiil April 44, 11> M iti Pldkotn, M? (I, u? ?eo?iUcUti matter, <i uilorcofonif r<>?* ?r narch 3,1870 PICKENS. S. C.. AUG. 18. 1910. ' ; . ^ Number 13 / " "SINCE BUCK / ( Liberty Raked Fore and Aft. Comb Gathers the Ni < O/vn.. 1.. r>. n oumo arc rcrsuuais?will < "Buck" is still pretty weak, but in a healthy, thriving condition and can "bleat" as long and loud as any "goat" in t.nwn TTo iuofill w . .? ? . 1/ ti JL JLv 10 oi/in Duna- | Vr.V1 f<>r the news about Liberty. i His whole soul is wrapped up in | this prosperous little village and he longs to see t he I ime come when there will be electric cars whirling around in Die different parts of the city, as well as the pav< d sidewalks, el< Trio lights III 1 i i iiiKi .hi such oiner 1111,?t ovements as kg to make up and add to the coijvenienee and comfort, of her citizens. We feel now that Liberty J stands foremost in the lime of ."h with our sister towns, j With the irood water, nuro air ! fine ...

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. — 18 August 1910

Pickens Sentirfel-Journel AJvertisum H Sntored at l'lcxons Fustofllce ?? Second Olnt-r Mall Matter PICKENS, S. C.: THURSDAY AUFUST 18, 1010 The State Campaigners, The candidates for the State ntflPPC \Arnrn in Pi^lrnn o TPvl/lotr ?? VI V 111 J. 1V1W11Q *- 1V1CVJ and had an audience of about 800 listening to their oratory. They spoke in the court house. Aft wpII no wri* nAiil/1 nro ar v/.A C%u " V WU?V* ftwvnvi, from talking with the people, it seems that Blease and MeLeod ( are in the lead for governor; Du- > vail for lieutenant-governor. I Moore for adjutant general; Mahon for railroad commissioner, and Lyon, for attorney general, will have a complete walkover. i\s it is nere. so it is over tne state some of the candidates are notin the race at all. The vote of this county will go pretty well to McLeod and Blease, with Blease in the lead. He is the most logical candidate. The others will also get a Rood vote in tho county for governor. Of course, those candidates who have no opp...

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. — 18 August 1910

PickensS&tiael-Joflrnal >i"N \ \ \ N \ N \ \ \ \ \/ 1 LOCAL BREVITIES 3 g ? " ?% $ g ' Some Things You Know and Some V 4 You Don't Know About Our | $ Towns, County & People /\.\ \ \ v:\ \ \ .v\ \ \ ^ ?The waste house at the Xi. ...ill * -*1 maaioy uotiun mill was DUrnQtl 1- last Friday night. / r & ?Miss Emily Bright., a chatrm ing young lady sperft^ho^weekend at Chick Spring,* the guest i of Miss Emily Walker. ?All parties enterested are 1 urged to be present at Mountain Grove church on August 23d foi the purpose of cleaning off the grave yard. Miss Otin and Lois Lathem daughters of L. O. JLathem) of Greenville, spent,icist week with their aunt, MrsC S. F. Curtis, of Pickens 11. (>. ?Itl writ.inc nVinnf fl?n of Mrs. Parsons, last week, ;i typographical error occurred. We said she left two children, when it should have read thai she was the mother of three. ?MissesIna and jMaka Botf^s. two popular and eharmint voung ladies of Pickets, have recently returned h'onie ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 18 August 1910

Resolutions. On Sunday, July '24th, 15)J0,1 the spirit of our beloved Broth-! er and Pastor, llev. J. 0. Yongue, left its earthly taber^ \ nacle to dwell eternally with God. Thnnirh bin minint.rv amongst us was of short duration, his life of consecrated service t<5 his people and to the' Master's Cause, his patience in J suffering, his perfect faith, andj his able preaching impressed j this whole community with such force and effectiveness for ' good and righteousness that wo shall not soon rorget this (iodly | man. Brother Yongtie was an! able preacher whose strength j was beyond measure in the in- j fluence of his minis' ry upon us, | because we all realized th at "his1 heart was pure," and that his' highest ambitions and hopes, l 1 . .1 . t i i were reauzeu in aoing nis nest for the Cause of Christ. He died as all true leaders, want, to die?actively in the seri vice?fighting the good fight. After many weeks of suffering and sickness, and, contrary to the advice of his physicia...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 25 August 1910

^ ^ t ^ {j I' *' fit* A 41. *?? ?..?! cI.??m iiiHitor. uintoreol"<>*?ssro>** of March :Uq V ~40th Year ~ / PI(JK4^_s- c- Aua 23 \ 1910- \ Number 14 "SINCE BUCK < Liberty Raked Fore and Aft. Comb Gathers tbe N( ( Some Are Personals?Som ( Here I como again with a few items from our thriving little city, You may not feed Buck with the news but he will endeavor to obtain all he can anyway. You may let him fall off and 1 l <?*1 AT- on/1 r* r? ivi oinr IV/UI\ itfS* J * CAIIVI iiwu vaiu an y thing for hin\, but lie is all the time thinking of you, the citizens of Liberty, and about your' / -welfare. f ' s Noav/,^ ? we spok.' of the ap/ proaching ef6jJtion of the Mayor and Aldermen our last issue ! of the Sentinel-Journal we would like to surest that a mass meeting bo called by tho I people of Liberty for the purpose of suggesting the best set of i men we can get for officers of the town. Now, will not some one take a step in this direction and let us put out a good ticket an...

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. — 25 August 1910

Rainl> D n oy l ei tbcQ0000000CX300(XXXXXXX)0C Cowright, 1910, by The dimness of the big drawii room was slightly lessened by tl glow of the light through the perf rations of the samovar. Evelyn He rick was pouring the tea. "1 had a letter from Christine till morning," she said as she handed cup to Bruce MeKonzie. "What did she say?" he asked, ea gerly. "Wait until these people go," sh< murmured, "an.i r .Utu i will read It tc you." It was an hour before the crowd melted away, and even then they were not alone, for Philip Herrlck lounged on the couch in tho corner. Evelyn read the note in an undertone. "I am coming borne, EveVyn. After all these years of study my voice is a failure. Do you remember that I used to say that I would find my i>ot of gold at the end of the rainbow, and liruce would tell me that no one ever, really found rainbow gold? All these years I have been seeking a thing tjiat dhl not exist, and you have stayed at home and have found happiness. I often thi...

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. — 25 August 1910

Imported |I1E return of Colonel I #S\ I Roosevelt and party \aAjf) I | from Africa, with the \SfMS. h *** cargo of animal spedmens which hail been H killed (luring- their in- V vasion of the jungle, > I Y caused a New York f " v f dealer in wild beasts to tal'1 interestingly of tho busl/ N s ness In which his firm is engaged. There are nearly a dozen firms \in Now York city that carry on iTVir 11a liiwir r \,n immense business in the transportation of animals fresh from the jungle. And triis number, of course, does not Include such immense foreign animal firms as tho Ilagenbacks. It is a paying business, ns indeed, uro all businesses where the demand exceeds the supply. The demand for wild boasts is far greater than the supply, and as a consenuenco nrlena a good, nnd tho dealers men of wealth. The extent of this demand may he appreciated when one considers that most of tho great cities In the United States have zoological parks or menageries, and that the animals are constantly b...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 25 August 1910

? r_ r~mrt "?...? . Ir 3 PER OE h AM'GetaWeftiepjtrrtiool | slrallating foeFtotfandR ji ting UieStoraacitt and Bov yMtfma In I Promotes Digwtton?h HI ness ahd RwtContalns i ;|j || Opituu.Morphine norMi Hp Not Narcotic. |||j: J^olOfdlktiMJELfmB. utSstMa* \ 'la ? JkMhSMt- I AnhrSttd * I BrMfllRi: BfaHenakS$Ja* I Wrmbtd- 1 Pffifp tetSfc. | rfc*?TJpf rijJ jTnffiV^ 1 P Plli Aperfecf Remedy forCo $ !bq 'fll; tton'Sour Stomach.DIn W Bfla Worms,CoiivulsionsHrev ncss and LOSS OrSL FacSiimLsSignature el nLfcl . s/c. fc .tf< u (JaMrr&ZcAM. new'york. I^P^Gunrnatccd undcrTfic P Exact Copy of Wrapper. ii t - _ A1 WE i (THE HOr Also we have 1 "Not at, Speci Regular EVE] fc'. which xwe guar est tor good got ings. Home ml "The Sam,e < Go _v U5 ;m<l 40 criils \V.Ui 15c. 10 iiic.li Lawns ^ j 'nlol'iwl ^iwwld Notions, llosic all reduced to t price. Come d gust and get BlRGA I NS. A. K. 'Vost i ^vsi; VP 11 ST 7CK? cathful and I - O prepare boy complete living .it: run racuity in private Ik ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 25 August 1910

Hartford will nnswor I advice FREE OF pertaining: to the Tor the readers of ^ nt of his wide cxpejHthor ami ^Vluniifnc doubt, Iho highest ' subjects. Address Hm A. Radford, No. o, 111., and only enfor reply. Hie yourself "Far thronp," living iius?wiui never except the com* reatlilng the pure ?r Uio wockIs? To llred city dweller t may seem cruel, opes sojuetlme to >undings. A buni the day dreams lie who are able itlon by the hope far away from nslon and bustle luid the strength, lout of the clouds ligs. The plan of I i * -iji " -s .i'/r >4-! Will (111S( I V l', IM re i.s more porch le there are only 1 Bee how roomy made. The porch the houso with four Hides. This ree Inches wide. >ense the open liars of the porch I ml screen doors [nces. Divisions '"I " " 'H i ?L h into outdoor or protection or sunshine can Bj^^rovidod by tho^^Mcln<? of canvas Tbis plan is an conception inM tended for the man woman who wants to live outdoors! in fact, it is H a compromise Ixtwoer* the outd...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 25 August 1910

' (intetwi ft Fibxann^ Foitottice^** second el*** ' ~~ ^-?r-^Xr~=r~---ri. :cs"sssi&Stara PiCKKNS, 8. C. ? ! THURSDAY AUF1J8T 25. 1910 I Good Roaas Meeting at Pickens. The Cood Roads meeting held at Pickens Friday, the 19th, was called to order by Capt. T. J. Mauldin, who, in a few wellchosen words, explained the object of the meeting and outlined the position that ,Mr. D. H. Winslow occupied in the campaign and how the government is interested and would help in a good roads campaign. County Commissioner G. W. Bowen was elected chairman of the meeting and he in a few* opportune remarks stated what was being done for a concerted action for the movement of good roads throughout the state. In a happy vein he introduced the orator of the occasion, Mr. D. H. Winslow, who, for the space of about an hour, talked on the subject of "Good Roads," telling thfi neorilft how t.hov be made, kept in repair, and their social and financial advantages to a community. We became so absorbed with the...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 1 September 1910

// V * ^ I <1^ '"v 0 4 Killer* I \ i>ril c \ 1 ? i : ('I^Uciin, ' (?. * wee* ><! mutter, uintorcoCongroft* of .Tlurrli 3,1879 40th Year - PICKENS. S. C.. SEP. 1 1910. Number 15 "SINCE BUCK \ o Libert; Raked Fore and Aft. Comb Gathers the Nei o ' Some Are Personals?Some o In the eyes of the public gen- ; erally Buck may not seem to be ' growing but he still lives and has his being and he thinks that < he is doing mighty well in his little vineyard at Liberty. / _ I tell you, there are some j mighty hard hand shaking here j 1 this week, but woe unto you | candidates after Tuesday. Our "city fathers are still do-1 ing great work on :ho streets, ii Mint is tli<? ninin .1 I'pnt. siiill they do not seem to think that there are any streets in town i except the, main ones. Mr. . Street Committee will you cast your eye on some of the other ( streets and see if you think you are dealing justly with all of our citizens. Buck still thinks that a good ( ticket should be brought...

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. — 1 September 1910

tribesmen like Hi Malisud W'aziris and others exhibiting signs of increasing turbulcnce, but tho frontier territories from one end to the other are al-eudy full of modern arms and atnmunltlon, while more is pouring Into them every day by every seeliub i! trnnlc Ihrniiirh ttoln chlstan nml the Afghan hills. aHgL^gPf In addition to this, the present Ameer, abandoning his father's policy, has allowed thousands of modern rllies manufactured In the arsenal at |Ww?l Kabul to reach the hands of his own tribesmen, and the probable co-operation of the latter In a frontier war against the Indian Kaj may easily involve th<> British government with Af- j| gnanlstan as well. \l All this, as every Indian officer It knows, Is Involved In the continuance ll of the persistent gun running which Is 11 marking tho growing war fever on tho 11 Indian northwest frontier through tho ll Persian gulf. It Is not too much to 11 say that tho peace and safety of India 11 depend upon the suppression of this...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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