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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 6 October 1910

Pickens Sentinel-Journal KS* \ \ \ \ N \ N V" \ / I LOP.AL BREVITIES 5 V-- " ~ > | Some Things You Know and Some ' You Don't Know About Our ^ Towns, County & People ^! WK tSt VX 3?? N : V \ \ \ \ \ \ \ * ?Oh! You County Ka'ir. ?Born on the 27th ult. to Mr. and Mrs. Joe E. Me?llin, a son. ?If you want to see a bigger, hog thai', you are. you will find! it at the county Fair. ?Parties owing nie for guano will find their notes with the Kf?owf*p. "Rrvnlr ("2 A T?llSo ?If you want to see the prettiest in Ari)erica come to the Fair. They will be here in swarms. ?II you want i > see fun, frol ic ami free show bv the ton. then be on hand early and stay late at tin; Fair. ?Mr. J. S. HarU??r <?f Calhoun was in Pickens < n?- day this week and whili li?paid the Sentinel-Journal ;< substantial call. ?All you vounu i-Hows who are looking for wives come to the County Fail ami you will /\n<i \iro5fit\<? l'i\? .?*?.! ?. JIUU ?> (iii iiif; i * *J vim iiini ti prize ^(?!s w...

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. — 6 October 1910

ySt | I ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT \i?3* AVcgclablc PreparatlonforAsKSilufi si milal in? ihc Fbod an< I Kc^uin Oftlrf lin^tlic Su?machs anilL>ov?-clsoi gs^l mgdjl i?i |I Promotes Digeslton,Ck?tfiiV E? %' I ncssan(*West-ContainsuciUur Ro2p ,i I j Opium .Morphine nor)liuera|. NotNarcotic. Jtrrxpe of Old Dn&Vfl 11 t\npkiil Sftd~ . ffilTuyf jUx.Sivna * 1 JhM/eMt- 7 r-VJgO, ytniseSttd * I mis' 'Ass/ W~#Tt i ifcw- > ,L ti*M ' O57/7/W SlltHir Itoifojjrteti FIt.tc. ! fjmfc ^ Aperfecl Remedy forCanslljir. ????) $ |' lion. Sour Slomch,Diarrhoea jj-vpn ^ Worms,Coir/uls'tons.VVwrishyibj ncss and Loss of sum Facsimile Signature of finnr.mteecl undertTuTFood^ Exact Copy of Wrapper. ? Faced Sleeves. IJl^S^-Extra Size, Root C ELEE 'JUIV Compare Nj3 It is *lu( W0fkui^'rt}V?itY*s frfrnc The best 50c, w< We guarantee to "ive an a oil t. t Mai toar vwv 1 YcJurs f( W. B. F "At Mie P. S.?Bring us your Ha get full \z Phone No. 2^ for all von p ? J :}r We <'diver N??. () >. 10(1 a^M'cs, (\ n ...

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. — 13 October 1910

' ( 41 \ /Q -n v / - j /I t .* 'i i p r' ' '" c > 15 ':: ' 'I I. '""" Ki?tor?Ml April 'Z 1% 1 !)l> I ai IMc'seim, x. C. ??? Necixiil c'lnn* 111 ill niutier. n mini-act <>!'.Da i*? h :t, I87i? 40th Year PICKENS. G, OCT. 13 1010. Number 21 A Secret BMW | In Open Letter.! A Man in Position Jo Know Gives out { Valuable Inside Information. Mr. John Gooclbuyor, Greonvillu County. 8. C., Dear John:- /'hen we part-' e<l at the Fairview Stock Show we agreed that I was the best Judge of Horses, Buggies, etc., i and that 1 was to look around and lind when4 we c??uld get the | best bargains in our now turn j out. Now, I have spent, a good deal of time looking around and have decided that we will go to! Pates & Allen Company at j ( 2 lNwtn v*illn S-i P /-i * 4- ?1 . V1VMMUIV, kj, v>., aim libtuui u|> there. They have some splendid Horses and Mules and a nice line of Buggies, Wagons. Harness, Whips, Laprobes, etc., in fnrfr I'VPrvfhiiKr tlmf t?r4? will need to buy this fa...

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. — 13 October 1910

K r- ? ? pROMtNi COWBOY MA\ " ' ^ " cattl Dawoa county, well beyond the wtj?i corner or tlie state Here tt portion of the tiiue as inspect and Wyoming. With the building of tho n< there was a rush of settlers an was a typical frontier city, a lar Bure thing men and thugs, wh< Jay when Dahtman was in town offered him tlio i>noln..?i .?< ? - ...... vuv. J/UO 1 CiV'll UL lllU/t Dahlman rode back to canij When morning broke he arose go out with tho boys. Instead hail quit the range. Saddling his cow pony, Dahl the city council and told them li Jle was immediately elected am organized i. police force and sooi there was n the state. D/tUilim.n hold the office of t being elected shorilT of Dawes c 3 8'J8 he removed to Omaha and aess. He lit now serving his sec [~ivrCLUNG FO N ; y. ^ ton c .. t/ S' 0 (SSi * \/, mate , ' T EmO; '? " " V/ a riOM / TO: 4k.; \i 1,at^ / state Jfe* ..,/ 1hc"! ( 1iii?? or Albert Sidney Johnston, kill leader and raider?all of whom answer to a question. ...

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. — 13 October 1910

Rft\D?-FARM TIME FOR HARVESTING GRAIN If Left Uncut Until Dead Ripe Many Varieties Lo?es Both in Quality and Quantity. (Hy ROBERT II. OA MOON.) Among tho numerous mistakes that ieaa 10 enormous wastes on tne iarm, few are more worthy of attention than that of letting grain, oats, wheat, rye, corn, etc. .get too ripe before harvesting. No one can ride about the country in summer without bein? struck and amazed at the prevalence of this error. You will notice field after field that has reached, or Is approaching, the period of doad ripeness, and that, ought to have been harvested several days before. The loss arising from (his source is more appreciable and more easily estimated, perhaps in wheat, of which m we cultivate comparatively little, thnn it is In other grains, like oats and rye, but the same general principle applies to all. If wheat Is cut two weeks or so be lore it Hilly ripens, it contains more gluten and starch and a bushel will weigh more, and it will make a larger quan...

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. — 13 October 1910

Pickens Sentinel-Journel \dvortisiug K<*ee K? iw>onnh'e t'lo^cue rostoBlce as Socourt 01ab? Mall Matter PICKKNS. S. r. 9 r:i?TR?i>.vY oot. i? ii>io A Word of Caution. It is hoped that this Fair wil'1 bo as peaceful and orderly as those heretofore held in Pickens. We are advised that the Fair committee and the town author- ; ities are acting in accord with i each other and that every pro vision is being made to prevent i the introduction and sale of whiskey before and during the davs of the Fair. These gentlemen are determined to prevent disorder of this or any other nature. It must be remembered that thousands of women and children will be on hand. Any disorder from drunkenness or otherwise will tend to cause their injury and hurt and the committee and town authorities are determined to make every . possible effort to prevent anything of the kind. They have requested'us to warn all of those; trafficking in liquor that any ? 1. i 1_ IP i i perHou cuugntnanunug wmsitey in ...

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. — 13 October 1910

Pickens Sentinel-Journal \ \ \ S \ \ \ \ \ \ N ? \ / A } inn AT RRflVITIEO ' - - ' uvurvu jljiiu ill IJUU < / / < Some Things You Know and Some ' 3 You Don't Know About Our ' j Towns, County & People ^ /\ \ N X X.\ \ \ V \ \ \ S , ~ s ?Oh! You County Fair. Don't overlook the baby show ?See the extra display of fine chickens. ?Parties owing nie for guano will find their notes with tin Keowee Bank. CI. A. Ellis^ ?.'u ?Bring that baby to the show and enter it in the $5.00 prize contest. ?If yon want land around Six Mile see J. R. Ashmore. He l nas some bargains. ?Dr. E. G. Kerwin, (lontist of Easley, will he in Pickens every Wednesday. Office ovei Keowee Pharmacy. ?Bring in your old relics and help swell the antique exhib it in the Woman's Department of the fair. J. A. Smith, photographer, will be in Pickens on Mondays of each week instead of Saturdays as heretofore. All wh< want first class work see him. For Sale?Lot flooring and ceiling. Prices and quality tniaranteed by...

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. — 13 October 1910

S e 111 i n o 1 J o ii r n a S. Published Weekly. uioKTirvQ son-Hi runni.iYA 80 far there are no fat aeronauts. By the way. Is It possible to play golf la Esperanto? An American had the latest word regarding tho best aviator. It takes a pretty clever man to get ahead of a meter of any kind. As yet the English language 1b not the least bit Jealous of Esperanto. Wireless has proven (hat It can create Just as much excitement as au aeroplane. When an automobile strikes a rail iwaii iram, tne victims are those in the machine. Another way to attain greatness la to be made president of a liay-fever sufferers' society. Paris is lo.iug her cab horses, but no noticeable decrease in tlie price of meats is reported. It is easier to muzzle the canines than it. is to keep firearms out of the hands of possible assassins. Don't think it's by accident that a woriKui hits the object directly behind her. She merely finesses her aim. Keeping cool would be ciisicr if the follows who have advice to give ...

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. — 13 October 1910

Modern * Ideal By ADA I11 V N" ANATOMIST of h A nil the agos were to ** (irst impulse would be differences are a chiel M ftstay of the tourist lei liinm ir describes Rome custo j JTfijSre with those in vogue a the dissimilarities are bhbmmmI fightable for no othei blood and breeding th inflicfnrl lifvrvn luii'n onn/itimn.. ? "iu. Duuviiiiiuu'uu: tho lives of the sexes are made wii These distinctions persist. s< adays they all seem to hold in ?. .modern and cultivated of nations otic sentiment is the surviving r furriners" as the Irishman phrai highly refined hostility is regardei Current differences in social Vinrri fvincr Itnf (tmv ? ? J ?fy. W.V.J castes of a few hundred years nj men and women have so far been fashion it was recorded in a fui Hhe summer resort di<l not know \ The social distinctions whit inimical in these latter days are 1> old-fashioned social ideal was fo hostess whose drawing-rooms wer Social settlementers were i 1o the poorer quarters of the city D..1...

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. — 13 October 1910

/ % Sim \ Wo are trying to fill u g<i with the lines we carryv. V and hardware, and in these pie will need and want. Iti i\ 11 i? rvvAnAiur /l/mo i*f ntmi All VUI ^ 1 V7L/V/ k } VAV/|/il& flUV/II Flour: Capitola and M( uso to brag on these brands. Coffee: Jackson Squafe, sizej Every cup guarantee< Lard, Sugar, Meat, Rice, body carries, but not ail im line?vve do, and our profit i added sutisfaction our custc It is not necessary to nier Call or 'phone ns your ord just like you want them. Produce: We handle all ter, ojj^s, chickens, corn, < market price paid for same. Feed Stuffs: Rice meal, t Cm buy. Fattens hogs and Hardware Department: articles as you need. Plow etc.; groy enamel-ware chen Stoves, ranges, piping, pa The Wm. J. Oliver Impr the market. A guarantee >> plow, no person can farm you buy. Horse collars, pads, harne Tin Flour Boxes, Lenox Carpenter's Tools, Pocket, ai Guns, etc., and i'et.ers, Shel All kinds of Oils for lubrit Come to s?m^ us at any your...

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. — 20 October 1910

Euieritil April ? t? lOD'I hi l'lrt(i,ntii s. <:. u? m<>c<?u<I clamt in ill iiDtiter, nm|i>r in-t ??fConirro .* <?|' *!ur<lt :t, 1879 40th Year PICKENS. S. C.. OCT. 20 Iff 10. ' Number 22 S """ ' 1 ? Calls Republican Convention, Mr. H . B Hendricks, of Pickens, has received from Mr. John G. Caper's, the following letter which he asic lis to publish, calling for a meetingof the Republican party in thiscounty. The letter follows. Mr. H B. Hendricks, Pickens, S. C. Dear Sir:?It will be established, when the next Republican Nat ional ('on v??nt ion meets, that -there is no Republican Organization in t he State of South Carnlin.-i ;vt tliis; linwA A n v nwrn 11 i - zation, through a State Central (Committee, or a State Executive Committee, which may have existed. has now ceased to exist and the necessity for party reorganization is apparent. Where no part v organization exists in a newly civated state of I he Union, or when; a party organization lias erased, under...

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. — 20 October 1910

8 o n t i ii o I - J o u r n a i. Published Weekly. PICKBNS, SOI l!l CAROLINA. An early and severe winter la predicted. This Is cold comfort. New York la the second city In the vorld, but it feels big aa tho first. Tho redeeming featuro nbout tho pictured hobble skirt la it* Impossibility. Alcohol Is a necessity in paint. It seem to have a special alllnity for red ipaint. Whoso business it is. anyway, what particular variety of hat you ehooso to wear? The man who Bald summer is over 1a hunting his old straw hat In tho ash barrel. The government is advertising for a 'xylotomlst. If you know a good one tel'. him about it. Here's a centenarian who swrarn ofT on liquor and tobacco. H'm never too late, you know. Infant paralysis Is no respector of ape. It has just killed a woman of elxty-slx In Connecticut. Piffwhlircr nnn In v. -m?o < I* 'innor-iluj for forecasting earth*.] i ik"s. No fain Uy should bo without one. Count Zeppelin's airships can never increase their popularity by maki...

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. — 20 October 1910

M ' l vt a t ivn r\c?T Atfnrv lnrtrn plf v In f lift ?i ninvn/ci i cioi; >? r>v> . ... United States taxlcnbs are rapidly displacing horse-drawn cabs and carriages as public vehicles for transportation in those horseless vehicles aro almost always based on the; distance traveled as sbown on tbe registering dials of tho taximeters it obviously becomes of the gravest Importance that theBQ automatic records shall be honest and accurate in their chronicling. Indeed, in many cities there have been loud protests duo to alleged overcharging of taxlcab patrons- the alleged overcharging being attributed to tho faulty operation of the taximeters. Whether such false accounting was due to a desire to cheat the trav oliiiR public or merely to faulty mechanism in tho mechanical bookkeeper could seldom bo determined, but in either ? vent the ouecome was tho /%ac//y<? /< <s/:ai oa> a rrsr?0 tax* m| _1t1t|? panic- the public K<n the worst of if VarlouK c-i11 *ra have made eff...

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. — 20 October 1910

Pickens Sentinel-Journel ? / Vdvertisiug Kdus UfaoonuMt^ l u-ht i uNUJillt e Kb SeCOllO UlllMMuil Xuitt r - - - . , . I I'ICKENS, S. C. : THUUSIMY OCT. 20 1010 A Satisfied Buyer Tells Pickens People How to Save Hard Earned Cash. Mr. A. Bargain Hunter. Grey court, S. C. Dear Sir:? According to appointment in IT,*.... hiffoi. 4K-* 114-U : L l- I TV^HI IV.HI/V.I. V/L UHU J.AI/II lllhlilllt 1 went to Greenville last Monday with the fnll expectation of meeting you there at Pates <& Allen Company's sales stables and was disappointed at not meeting you there. However, 1 succeeded in buying me a nice horse and buggy fitted up with harness of their Mr. J. V. Still er's own make. I spent a good den! of time that day around Pates & Allen Company's place <>f business waiting for you before I made my purchase and mci people there from surrounding territory. Some from Pickens, Lau reus, Anderson and Spartanburg counties. Their establishment is certainly a very busy place. It cove...

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. — 20 October 1910

\ L Pickens fcTjoarnal \ \ \ \ \ s \ \ \ v: \ / I LOCAL EYITIESI % % Some ThinqKnow and Some % You Doiiw About Our jl J Towni ty & People /\ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ liUl) bush< red oats forsalo. G. A. 101 lis. ? Mrs. H. Uureton or 'Greenville siting the family of C. N ren in Pickens. ?Dr. E. Kerwin, dentist of Easley, t)e in Pickens every Wei fty. Office over Keowee Pjiacv. ?Brin^our old relics and help swelp antique exhibit in fhp nan's Dennrtnimit, of the fail Prof. l|ig and others will conduct day singing at Griffin cP <>n the first, Sunday in isjiber. ?Eve fly says that more people jJierc from out the county I there are of the county jo. J. A.jiith, photographer, will he pekens on Mondays of eachik instead of Saturdays jy'i'elofore. All who \irni-lr cnn Iiim, " ?.ii/ ,ir?"'u m nun. ?Mi?. ivt Oateecheo, on l()(h ink> at tin' residence of the brilmother, Mrs. I Ay.'/Av MurphMr. J. Ed. Grant, to Miss St Murphree. all of OateechcjTollv l<\ Williams, N. P rtHliin1 1 \/l ...

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. — 20 October 1910

Wii. pOR IL mm^sPEPsmi ij^rARRHorsTO^J W. L. DOUGLAS WAND-SEWED CU ACQ process OaflwEiO MEN'S $2.00. $2.50. $3.00, $3.50, $4.00, $5.00 "WOMEN S $2.50, S>3,$3.50, $4 BOYS' $2.00. *2.50 $3 00 / ?\ THE STANDARD / W* FOR 30 YEARS WThey are absolutely tho BS?y 'Jjjb most popularand bestshoes F Jfvy for the price in America. | , L/ They arc the leaders every- f "where because they hold I their shape, lit better, /WL.,;' VjL look better and wear louger than other makc9. r They are positively the *2fcy ' most economical shoes for you to buy. W. L. Douglas name and the retail price are stamped on the bottom ? value fctiaranteed. TAKE NO S'JCUTITUTGI If your dealer Cannot supply you v. r:te for Mail Orilcr Catalog. W. L. DOJCLAS, lirockton, Mn*c. , E?"HTIiompson's Eye Water 1 MEAN INSINUATION. Miss Lively--Isn't it strange that basr-ball players are seldom sun* ' struck? 1 Mr. Fussy?Not necessarily. Sun- 1 stroke is an affection of the brain. ' Managing .. Husband. Men are like children; 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. — 20 October 1910

SCIENCE 3R0WING CORN Requires GrPeal of Labor, but Farmer Ipaid by the Infd Crop. mv rif. PETERSEN ) The testlifeed corn is very .important tlihjiig. Not in many years has tjestion so closely appealed to tllner as it does now. Much of fed corn saved in the corn belt stf>r this season's planting is shojlow germination and better cnltjn than ever will be necessary pduce a big crop. A good bod is the foundation of tho cru/rat her the llrst stone upon tho foundation, the seed. Presuming! the corn ground Is In proper rotj find sufficiently manured, it Klj he worked up as mellow ns ;i ill bed. If stalks nrn nn tho ground should bo disked both ways, theirs being ground sharp, then folldth u spnding disk, and work thejthoroughly four or live Inches da It Is if possible to spend too much tii> preparing tho ground. It Bhouhflisked three times each way. nit six workings before planting^ Wlienks are plowed under a good pl,y<> harrow first then plow, then liul again and plant. The lf...

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. — 20 October 1910

V f . / Wo are trvinsr to fil with the lines we earr and hardware, and in pie will need and wain * In our grocery depai Flour: Capitola ai use to brag 011 these l)i Coffee: Jackson S size" Every cup guar Lard, Sugar, Meat, body carries, but not line?vve do, and our { added satisfaction our It is not necessary t< Call or 'phone us vo' just like you want the Produce: We hand ter, eg^s, chickens, <: market price paid for t can buy. Fattens lion 1 lardware Depart ni articles as you need, etc.; grey enamel-wan Stoves, ranges, pipii The Win. J. Oliver the market. A guara nlow. no nerson can t you buy. I Iorse collars, pads, Till Flour Boxes. L Carpenter's Tools. Poc Guns. etc.. and I'eters All kinds of Oils for tome to see us a your trade will bo ap during the fair. Le whether you taadc wi We want to meet you, Kemember, we are i Peek's old stand arc a I customers right.. You PipItpm Ift i lunuuu iiu I'ickcns. S. (!. PITCH IJ TT Wo splenil por y; Wo Dress *1.25. and oi and 01 Wo line...

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. — 27 October 1910

-*m " .> " v. PitKENS SENTINEL-J'JURNAl. Entered April 23, 1001 it Plokeoi, 8. C. a* ?ocou<l class mull mntier, tinder act ufCou^rMt or .Tiarch 3, 1879 1 40th Year . PICKENS. S. C.. OCT. 27 1910. Number 23~ PROMINENT GEORGIAN Pi JUMP! m EtETATI! I yLfi8B?a&.L9 ? 3 ULH III | Solicitor Cteiies 0. Hill Has; Answered Last Call. it/am MftTrn ? *> n i Hiuvrn WHI1 NUESIL' tU} H LHWVLH While Addrciainn a Jury in tiie Superior Court o|J Fulton County Well Known Gcorrjir::i Was Stricken with /Fatal lllnc j. After lingc. ing for three days bef \i*<i<> 11 Hf*? ? iwl ' !< {lr\v rSonnrnl Onirics Douuherty I lilt, a prominent Cicorglan, an aide jurist, faithful citizen, cam< to his < :ul :t his home, (!G4 Piedmont avenue, Atlanta, Ga., on Friday morning. It was while making a speech to a jury in the superior court room on Tuesday moinlii-r that Mr. Mill was seized with nn attach of indigestion, lie was taken immediately to his residence and sunk into an unconscious s...

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. — 27 October 1910

8 e u t i in* i - J o u r 11 a I. Published Weekly. nrnr/rwo oat mm t n a n/\r ? rivi\/!/no, DV U I II VjAJIU U11>IA. NEWS OF THE WEEK LATE NEWS OF THE WORLD TERSELY TOLD. SOUTH, EAST, NORTH AND WEST; Notes From Foreign Lands Throughout the Nation and Particularly the Great South. I Southern. Aid of the PedtirHl rnnrtu wn-: sins ! fessfully invoked by tiio Law and Order league to enforce tin; prohibition law which tho city, county and state authorities havo not enforced in Mem phis, Tenn. United States Judge Mofull granted a temporary order against 1 1 \ saloons, pending a hearing, restraining them from serving intoxicating liquor. The governor, attorney general, with other oflleials, havo refused to enforce the law in -Memphis, and, therefore, tli<> I'nited States court took jurisdiction The action, which was a total surprise to the saloons and the local optionists, was the culmination of a long ;iml hit- , t ??r tight to enforce prohibition in muiupiiiH, lilt' st I'M) ill...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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