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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 22 September 1910

PlcKENS SENTINEL-JoURNAl. - ' - ffl&k Kntercrt April ii3< 1003 at IMckeu*, N. f). ?? necoiirt cl??? mall mniior, underact oi Coii<[rcnn of March 3, 1870 3Kr / ' i 40lh Year PICKENS. S. C. SEP. 22 1910. Number 18 Premium L r. ..v / Stock Pr f T71 1 i j ror cow giving largest quann ton seed nieai. Second prize, 200 Best beef cow or steer over tw meal. Second prize, 1 year's subs nal. For best beef cow or steer nnt seed meal. Second prize, 1 year'* Journal. For the best heifer, milk bre< pitcher. For the best buil, any age?A Uest. Yoke of oxnn? A good v Por the best single ox?A whi For the best station?$3.00 Pharmacy. Second prize, a good i For best family horse or mare For the best bred country mul A $10. (X) saddle. Second prize, a Supply Company. For best horse or mare from c by X /VV 'ireeman. Second prize ens p/?T*ipany. fTTor the best saddle horse or m Keowee Supply Company offers a * < 5/ For best driving horse or man *iO - .. - - - - For the best draft horse or ...

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. — 22 September 1910

< ONE thousand Zurich wo/lv I l^v\ 111 on havo HpplnriMl for mil ( V~)J ?i) vorsa* suffrage. It is a reV | )J cent movement there, though other Swiss cities ha\c been interested for some time in the much mooted question. Altoget her tho little country has 17,000 advocates for giving women tho ballot. Recently the women of Zurich canton petitioned tho stale for the light to act as jurors on u case In which a woman was the defendant. Their request was refused. Later, with characteristic Swiss bravery, they sent in another p Mtlon to the legislature asking the right to sit In judgment on special court.?, such as are held in FVance for adjusting differences beIWiM'ii mistress nml msilil Mint oth.T whore differences arise between a woman employer and a woman employee. While ibis, too, waa doni"d, Parliament admitted the sex's eligibility to such an ottic . "We are not talking much about It," said the vice president of the Zurich Woman's Suffrage society, Fraulein Hounegor, "It - t 1 i...

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. — 22 September 1910

>< k?, SSfwm 2 thousand Zurich wot tr mon liave declared for uul- lis I |h versal suffrage. It Is a rehave liei'ii interestOvl for some tlmo in the much mooted question. Alto- jrV^tlliP^ gether the little country has 17,000 ad- Vil vocates for giving women the ballot. Kecently the women of Zurich canton petitioned the stato for tho right to ? act as jurors on a case In which a wo- | man was t h?> defendant. Their re- vJjBWBWli quest was refused. Later, with charncleristio Swiss bravery, they Rent in another ; tition to the legislature' askIng the right to sit in judgment on special courts, such as arc held in KVanco for adjusting differences l?e iwi'i'ii mistress and maid, and other east's where differences arise between a woman employer and a woman em- If ' yloyee. While this. too. was deni'Ml. V??Jfa.*?'***' P:uiianunt n?l 1111ttthe sex's ellglbll- j /^ ity to such ;in olllc". faf "We air liol talking much about It." IwiiiniirmM said til.- vice president of the Zurich "Wo...

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. — 22 September 1910

SEND POTATOES TO MARKET iCrop Should Bo Graded and Packed In Barrels as Soon as Possible After Dug. Potatoes, although one of the most important of our truck crops, are usually badly handled by the average grower. Instead of being sent to market In bulk by tho wagon load, potatoes should be graded and packed In barroSs. The packing should bo done as soon as poslble after they are dug, for If exposed too much to tho sun they will become soft and the skin will turn green. > If In o voxu ~ ?-1 .V *- &V7\iV4 I'UUI IU ttliu pack potatoes in the field as they ato lifted, although when very large crops are grown and it is desirable to grade them more carefully, this can ho done better by first sending them to the .packing shed, where they can be run Ihrough graders and the work done more rapidly. It is just as important tto grade potatoes as fruit or any other vegetables. Early potatoes should be shipped in barrels with holes cut in them for ^ventilation, and covered with burlap. Po...

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. — 22 September 1910

' r * *" <&1~' SEND POTATOES TO MARKET iCrop 8hould Bo Graded and Packed in Barrels as Soon as Possible After Dug. Potatoes, although one of tho most Important of our truck crops, are usually badly handled by the average grower. Instead of being sent to market in bulk by the wagon load, potatoes should bo graded and packed in toarrois. The packing should bo done as soon as poslble after they are dug. for If exposed too much to tho sun fchey will become soft and the skin will turn green. ! It Is a very good plan to grade and (pack potatoes In the Held as they are lifted, although when very large crops are grown and It Is desirable to grade them more carefully, this can be done !botter by first sending them to the packing shed, where they can be run through graders and tho work done jmoro rapidly. It Is just as Important *to grade potatoes as fruit or any other vegetables. Early potatoes should be shipped In "barrels with holes cut In them for /ventilation, and covered with bur...

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. — 22 September 1910

\ nuauiio ooiiuiiw-uuuiuu Advorbimuu U - ton Kfanouabic <mere?l *1 Hto*euN FuHloftiee a? 8eoou<l Uix>' MhII Kuttfr PICKENS, S. 0. : THURSDAY SEP. 22 1910 To The Public. 1 am grateful to my friends for their support In the recent primary elections and shall ever hold in high esteem these acts of friendship. To those who opposed me and labored for my defeat I have kindly feelings. Though defeated I am not at all cast down or chagrinned, and shall not falter nor sulk in the discharge of my duties, but shall strive for the advancement and upbuilding of Pickens County. I feel that I made a fair and honorable ra^ce and campaign. I did nor said anything that I am ashamed of or regret or would modify or change. 1 treated each and all with the greatest respect and courtesy, and at the end of this year will from nllirt> hv thr? will of the people with a clear conscience and a clean record in the public trust committed to me notwithstanding reports and tales to the contrary. As to ...

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. — 22 September 1910

'yjWMMD OCUUllOl-UUUlUttl I t \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \/ iLOCAL LuiTlES | Some Things You Know and Some | You Don't Know About Our | TAUinn ft - lvnuo, v/uuuiy a reupie ^ tj* an ?Dr. F. S. Porter, of Pickens lade a business trip to Colu mla on Monday. ?Mrs. L. Longette of New ork, is on a visit to her daughr, Mrs. E. A. Morris in Piek>16. | ?Dr. E. G. Kerwin, dentist if Easley, will be in Pickens evIry Wednesday. Office over ^eowee rnarmacy. ?Miss Bessie Partridge is issuing invitations to her niillilery opening 011 Sep. tfO-Oct. 1, it her parlors in Pickens. For Sale?Lot flooring and' ceiling. Prices and quality guaranteed by J. R. Meece, 11. :j, Pickens, S. C., 8 miles S. W. of Price's store, I J. A. Smith, photographer, I will be in Pickens 011 Mondays of,,each week instead of Satur-; ; days as heretofore. All who. want first class work see him. ?The special speaking for this place and Liberty, by J. 13. O'Neal Holloway has been called off until a later date, announce-' /if wliloli i....

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 22 September 1910

Sen tilli)l- Jo u rnal. Published Weekly. pick!\Mir n cauouxa. Hobble, hobble, skirts and troublo. TCvery hat Is a "picture hat" nowadays. Prunes are higher. Telephone your landlady. What has become of the old fashioned man who wore a double-breasted (Vest? Dynamite may help. but tennis matches are the ouly reliable euro lor droughts. Volcanoes in Alaska are spouting flre. Very likely the Janitor is trying out the ilues. Carrier pigeons will have to equip .themselves with electric motors or fall j hopelessly behind. Radical changes are announced In the now football rules. There will be no bitting in the clinches. Newport is said to be crazy over a barefoot dance. This means more work for the chiropodists. By playing tennis on a hot afternoon a fat man learns to despise mere raiu as a producer of moisture. l"p in Maine an automobile ran into oiiK|'ic inimn'd near. i llflt wns gottin?; art and nature badly mixed. Duke Fran/. Joseph says he is in this country after bear, and not a brid...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 22 September 1910

I ? ! I 1 jl!_ x uuy cinu ill By STANLEY Copyright, tyio. by Absoi Tlio fortune teller hold Polly's lit tin j hand and gazed Ions and shrewdly Into her eyea. The fortune teller was i n u'nunn <1 t >-11 - -? ' ' I .. ouu UlClViUMJ I UIIJ UIU U'lt I blugh, as sho was wont to do under j the admiring stare of men. Nevertheless, roily was uneasy, j There seemed to be a ret grlmness i about the tenso mouth of this oddly dressed eoer that boded ill for the j dimunitive one before her. "Yon would penetrate the future,"] began tho fortuno teller, "and you havo come to me to find out what la In ptoro for you. Well, then, youn;; ; woman, I will toll you. Listen: An Old man with money i:? to enter into your life. The stars tell 111c that you will greet him with open arms." "I won't." protested the rebellious j Polly. She had In mind, as she ; spoke, the sturdy Jimmy 11 i mil ton. whom she had refused for the third time that morning. "The stars uo not lie," rlilded the fortune teller. "An ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 22 September 1910

\ I f ir^lCASTflRiA PIS1 For InfailtB and Children. plST0|)|j| The Kind Yqu Have ? ? IH? nil. II, iiliuniinTfi * ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT. ; M | A\?gc table Preparation fbrAs 4-V? 0 M % I slidlatingtteFManURetfula AjGcIiS tLLO /a/ nu ! tlngUKSwmaciisandBo^^sof f yf Ut-'ij^Mujiiu.iid Signature / AJl \ PromotesDi^estionfWrful- nf ii ne6sandRest.Containsneitl?- M* 11 . lj Opium .Morphine nor Mineral. tLvU | Not Narcotic. \/\J" | itnxpfofoidDfSmJELnmm I If f ! Wat j ? Vv In ffifflf Mt- ) T * it ? ? is;W f\J <al. IICO Aperfecl Remedy forConsfipa- f 1 ^ fey [C^-a < tion,SourStonwch,Diarrhoea 0 ljV ? A Worms .Convul sions .foxr ish \ U &< fl i?" il If O P nessttiulLoss of Sleep. \*J 8 ua uvui E w2||* FacSiinilc Signature of e ?g w: rnirtv Tears |jj?g NEW YORK. ? nil a J I U U I w HHMftAProDiJi niy'm"*rv*'?:ss>If |H^ | UI1IH Exact Copy of Wrapper. ym? o??taub company, nkwvonkoity. Faced Sleeves. ^^^Double Stitched. ttcSe?3'Extra Size. Roomv and Con* forfahle.^-SPsft CELEBRATED 'JU...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 29 September 1910

r - \ ' \ i p i tMM 'el j I rR V lCu(<>r>-<) \|?t-il -i;i, 11)!)3 ?l I'U'Iioiin, s. u* Net-mid claws m?tl matter, under m i of Culture** of .Vlun ii 3, 1S7!> 40th Year PICKENS, 8, C.. SEP. 29 1910. ~~ Number 19 Premium List of Fair. \ Stock Premiums. For cow giving largest quantity of milk?1st prize 'too li.s m\i\ i i.? i hwa iu-;rti. .m;i i?ini |ii i/ju, 1119 ui.ittui l M'?'U lllt'cll. Best beef cow or steer over two years old?MOO ibs com on s<?rd i Tin all SeromJ prize, I year's subscription to*the Sentinel-lour-1 nal. For best beef cow or steer under t^o years old??x>iIon sovil Jiieal. Second prize, 1 year's subscription to tii SeniinoM Journal. For*he best heifer, milk breed?A i^nod enamel bow I -itidj nih'Ki.v ? ' ' ' > For tin1 b< st hull, any age?A goo'l pitchfork. 1k\->t Yoke of oxen A good whip. For the best single ox-?A whip, For the best station?SM.OO Franklin pen l>v ill" k^owtv I >1 L I ' . . i uiiniHU'v. oecono prize, a ^ooci raw nid...

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. — 29 September 1910

SENTINEL-JOURNAL. FiCKEJN'S, Sk O. ITHUSHKI) NVKKKLV. Have you 15 11 ii.utes off to learn Ksjn i unto? I>enr, dear, when riit asbestos plant burns, where does safety li " In time (o I'omo man may evolve a blumlcriiroof, vreekless railroad. 1'aris has- *liouglitfnil> reh ^ated the hobble skirt to the museum of horrors. , In the agreement between Korea ami Japan tliu latter did tbe agreeing for both. A liong island milkman mistook a mule f?>r a row. Moral: On?- cannot l>e too eurofnl. A determination to ur:u-tiso whht we preach Weeps us from doing too much preaching. "Komhunnifrughin.' t bo i-uss word 1:i l\sp?'r;.tito. is ornamental, t> 11 too long for pra? thai use There ought Jo he .1 ureal" r i! ff *> once between civilization and t merely coinpliea'cd !::<*. Mi n may brat tIn bli . : l- b it thf bird's (jon t li:i \ > r i. 11< -1 liotiM> wil h t In ir |n o| i ii i* t "A woman liatt-r 1 b? ?-11 : i : noil by cookies Mori- that: mho manbator lias btvn ...

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. — 29 September 1910

The IIoi lOOAV > II ^ ^^?5 m it, - lyl \r yVJL'LL. ? ^ WHAT has boon ono of Iho chief charms of Iho Holy m bur jawiu iui imnt' huiuciiin 111 WW before long bo a thing of the past. After centuries, fivfin millenniums, of conservatism in ^customs ami speech, the barrier to t-nUghtenment lias been broken down by the Young Turks, and men of enterprise have been invited to enter Palest ine?so long held in bondage by )tho late sultun and to form It Into a (modern and progressive country. [With the entry of civilization and (modern culturo tho many peculiar customs which have been observed jBlnce the days of the patriarchs, and Itho poetical speech of the natives (which reecho words of the prophets, will soon be banished For even in the smallest actions of their life the 'people rehearse Biblical scenes of the days of the patriarchs and speak to icacli other in the poetical phraseology .of the Psalmist and the prophets, (quite unconsciously. Perhaps the most interesting figure In Orient...

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. — 29 September 1910

\ Pickens Sentinel-Journel V H iM-iii'ii. r ntered at Pickens l-ostofltce as Second Class Mall Matter PICKENS, S. C. S THURSDAY SEP. 29 1010 Marietta. R. 2. Ml- I.MHa, A C,.,v Pouts hotel ami Quailing; street. S. ( ' . mischt not. be out. of place it' you will allow me space in your most, beloved paper. The general health of our little town is ynod there heilliT on I v a few cases of sickness. Wo an1 having some line foddering.Jiaying and general gathering weather at present. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Reese have just took a trip to Rosnian, N. where tliey visited the lni-nnV. .w,..^v.+,. VI .. ? vwl AT,.,, A! IctlA'I I'cVlt lllo, .>11. <11 lit lUin. i?i . C. Aikeny Mrs. Reese savs she found her mother in had health. Her father, she says, is in good heal tli. Mr. \V. M. .Jones is a< Susily Iimroiriul -i luu> in i t il' KlU'lr. ot u;it hciintr his l'o<I<lrr. Hi* says thai In? wants to (ill all of outhuihlitms with Cecil s."! that it "won't go short with him. Mi-'s M;tr<r...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 29 September 1910

Pickens Sentinel-Journal' gwe v.*. V \ v \ \ \ v v' \ ' W I \rJt . ^DOTTTrUC <1 . < iiy: iiii iuijjiijjluu / / v> %\ < Some Tilings Yoli Know and Some /1 YouJ)on't Know About Our ^ x Towns, County & People /\ N \ N N X N \ \ A \ \ \ I I Ollico rooms for rent. See J. K. Ashmore. ?Born unto Dr. ami Mrs. L. F. Uobinson. on the 27th inst.,a; daughter. ?W. S. Parsons, of Liberty,1 visited his brother, B. F. Par- i !* !">! 1 ovjj 10, ill J. lUlVtyl l!S IclJSt DUlKUiy. ?Walter Ii. Griffin of Green-1 ville. spent a portion of this, week with his mother, Mrs. F.; Griffin in Pickens. 1~\?- 171 f A tr . - ... I ?uy. rj. u. tverwm, dentist; of Easley, will be in l?ickens ev-j erv Wednesday. Office over! Kcowcc Pharmacy. - Miss Viola Moore has returned to her home in Pickens, af-. ter a pleasant visit to friends' and relatives at Liberty. MScjo Wl /It. fir* i?! iti i 1WI IVIU V> ct I K." y y iiU llil^s , been on a pleasant visit t/> relative anil friends in Sciiw.'i, lia...

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. — 29 September 1910

idl M /ft A'a* rM venfior 4 POOH ITH an unpardonable P. iuca oi uu'i 01 u grew * some attempt at u f t sinister piece or huI 1 mor, (Jen. Valeriana m Weyler. the former eral of Cuba, who F? gained for himself -Zr~ the unenviable title ESEE of "bf her," has allowed ttio publishers 1 1 to print the title of the sensational book In which he attempts to defend his conduct while the representative of the. Spanish crown on that island. Ml MAN DO F.N CUBA (.My Command in Cuba) !n letters of gory scarlet on a pa per of livid gray. Whatever the motive may havo been that prompted such a choice, that bloody "eye catcher" of a lino fitly symbolizes the man and the work which caused so many years or discontent in Cuba Weyler has been on trial before public opinion for butchering his enemies instead of fighting them, ami he flaunts in our H faces the ugly stains that show where ho ?. Wiped ^off ^hla knifo^ tho country that buys his K?rvice.s as no citizen of the ITnited States coulil have ever ma...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 29 September 1910

< ) ^ IN CHARGE AT WEST POINT |j | _ ._ * Mnj. Gon. Thomas H. Barry. U. S. A., who haf I become superintendent of tho United States Mill \ lary academy at West Point, is what Supreme Court Justice O'Gorman recently termed "a typ iljfcft, v~*\ ical product of New York city." He was born and J^p*uA reared in the old First ward, and there are no* New York men who will tell you that "Tom' | >i?j\ Barry was the handsomest hoy in the old ward, vib jL/?X' *w/ an,l that when he came hack frorn West Point T> Y on fu lough the younger hoys \\ jf,> v/ont to ' T point him out as their hero. General Barry was one of tho poptu i? cadets I ^ during the four years ho was at the academy. As ijJL-an athlete lie stood in tho front rank, and he stood lliell as a Kllldeilt In .Tiinr> 1R77 >1 o rnrplvo.l liic diploma, and as a second lieutenant was assigned to (he famous Seventh cavalry, Custer's old command. After throe years In the Seventh General Barry was transferred to the Infantry...

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. — 29 September 1910

\ U <Stm rv AL('OIIOlT~i AVcgclablct slmilaiiitgttie I illI ln*? ^Inum Promotes Di nessandltesi Opivtm.Moi-jiI NotNar l flec/or of Ohl Du llmi/ih;/ Sfii jf/x.Smna * JtoddteSdts yinisfStcd * fyvrrram/ utCafioiic/rS ft'/r,n Sreri Citmficf! WntcrgrTHill . Aperfrcl Rem t ion, Sour Sli Worms ,Coi\vi ?.wl I r?. UV^CUlUIiVi j Tac Simile i j s&tf ! ^ NEW Guaranteed ui irt P.nnt/ nf V mmmmm 'accd Slee OE SI re size, Q >orlyin^ <u flue best guarantee . V. E ?Brine; i.i! te No. 25 1 V '!? V 10U a< , ' " i !iis is in ; > J i v' I > 11 y> l< J Ml i ' ' i;! i I *.-? . J r?oi. "I.Ml . idi-.ii [?J j ' ( ! U' i .III i. Tin.-. < i VI i 1 tiiiu) ) I I II In>u. well mkI ion. Tii W. C. ;s v i 11 no I I *2111 . I 2(1 M ill, I>ci 1 :t11 iiisr:*, \\ I (ill t lioiric. ) per ;,< ? HE F 4. Ofi tc fire ) rrrrr, wniv wiRir* MMfifj For Infants and Children. |{jjjij| The Kind You Have AJMi Always Bough! I PEK CENT. . ? fvparalionforAs- -r> ^ v w Toodai*JRct??( i JjectrS ...

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. — 6 October 1910

' I - ? .... -i \ -.tj ?ihsr!8#k*pi!y!sret#68ies . a? J". ? / isutercd april m picicoiim, s. n* nocoiiu c-iumm mail inntter, under a<t af u(id:;ri>n? ?>.,*( ui<?!? ls"i? ; ' . 40th Year PICKENS. <8. C.. < (!!'. 6 1!)10. Number 20 i ' ' ??mww???o?< 111 ?w??????m? (Presentment of Grand Jury The State of South Carolina, County of Pickens. To the Honorable Ernest Gary, Presiding Judge: We the Grand Jury, beg leave to make this our final pre?- ! sen t men t, at Ibis term of court. 1. AYe have t)'ds{/(id on all bills blinded lis by the Solicitor and: , have. niado such present-1incuts the evidence seemed to warrant. k2. In making the annual settlement for the year 190(>, the Comptroller General of the 1 State reported thati there was an 'apparent" shortage of OI I r. t ;: > u. i t- < " 1 VJ . 1 in mr UOOK.S OJ I lie then County Treasurer. We think that he should have taken steps immediate!y to determine p isitively whether there was an apparent or real short-...

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. — 6 October 1910

Pickens Sentinel-Journel V'tvertisiiur U Mv UMiisoo'ib'c ttiu-rcvi I'lvVt'ii*. I'-jBlotlice tib St'oon>1 (!lass Mall Malter PU'KKN.N, S. V. : Tlli i:sl) \ V 0( T. (} 1 i> Io TRAGEDY RESULT OF DISPUTE. Walter L. Ellis Killed bv His Brother, Robert Elllis. Walter L Ellis of Greenville, died at )> o'clock yesterday afternoon from injuries inflicted by his brother, Robert Ellis yesterday morning at the Ellis ginnery three miles from Lasley noth are sons of Mr. William Kllis of Pickens county, a well known and highly esteemed citizen. The tragedy, it apoears, started from a very trivial matter. b roni trie evidence at t lie coroner's inquest which was held last evening, the two men became engaged in a dispute over the work at the ginnery. Walter Ellis became an^ry and picked 11 p a monkey wrench making toward Robert with it. Mr. William Ellis, the father of the two men was standing near by ; n<l he called to Robt. to rim. This Robert did. making his way aeross 111? rail road ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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