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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 20 January 1904

Bs ...OB. crs, Hanged ! and Riddled j s?Mob V/ore .Ian. 13.?A negro ^jsffiin.'.ho Clark has boon Spring. | Hminally asaulted Miss H 1 !yearold gill, while to school. H ,;oon reported to the* immediately there |^T:: t'.eareh ol' the oHens'. captured 7 miles from Clark was taken B ;.ti 1 matlo to coniYont ) > IdentlUecl Mini. Ht'<ith tHe prisoner for county seat, hut t.liey ".'K's ,rom the phire ?n trnm llio;n. Huts eouvicteik tree and Inn. Think of M . .in<l ni> mii'Miu tho lynching ocHrsburg, Va., Jan. 15.?Ini'orma a been received hore of ?h? ng* 'n Sussex county, Virginia, inojiro named Elmore Moscly, by l? of negroes. Moaely was tried [ho comity court this week for Ig another neKro on the public pay, in the presence oi' tin: vie^^^^aud child. Ho was acipiit"'oh oi necroea, com , wont B < * ^ o ^ ^8 ^ I ^ ' o ' -V ^ S/'?> ^F\ ? ^fne gjf 1 I'O mf y*j^*z?/u:r ",s - w*111,1 m; ^ 5 ? ? * fc JrB<uiy " il,I W" r :> -v, r y I Mercantile I ! i vo.?S )ec'nl tele-. O'...

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 January 1904

Pj^pp ' Entered April 23,1903 at Pickens, S. C., n? 8cooml oIrhb matter, under net of Congress of Maroli 3, 1879. VOL XXXIII. PICKENS, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27, I*>04. STOEM DEALS DEATH , IN STATE ALABAMA1 : Ki tlany Pooplo Hoportuc] Killod t0 'v- | 11] at Moundsvillo. i u ; \v TOWN IS ALMOST DESTROYED. i ni Tuscaloosa Doctors Arc Hurried to cj, the Sccna to Render Assistance. al Death List Is Reported at Thirty So Far. tl . j. >\ Birmingham, Ala., Jan. '22.- A ape- '( dial to Tho News trom Tuscaloosa, Ala., says: CI Monnd vllhv u trnvn 1(1 milr^ s^oiilli of hero, was totally destroyed at 1 ^ o'clock tlitu morning by a cyclone. ' A great many people were killed or fatally hurt. A negro section labor* er, who arrived hero on a handcar, reports* that the country is laid bare . for miles around Moundville. ' o He saw the bodies ot many people lying around. 13ver> doctor in Tusca- . loosa, including the surgeons at the "etato insane hospital, have gone to j the scene. ! r? ...

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. — 27 January 1904

;; J" W! I OOI "I po to t?n I < rui -tr tin tun Th Tl : nil com(11 ii<> ^Hcnino t<> ^fTlio MisHBki 1 tli IHiMtc'.ianirKi id World'* js fc? >' -, Teun., i?. 'i;i" A Trt'J li(> ^yn^\ill ruisu l'io^ i)i.(] 10 fiU'l ci ((on prico ho will not In' ,|1( H 1>jKHH9&gra IK) I ii^^H^^Kvu'isonci's Jlirniin^H 't on B^rtu.'d while threo other ' Bfyajgifrvori' cremated. on that the I intcil Stnt< s j K"' ^Lwill abolish the oflice of L lit' ^tood commissiom r, lately ,,j ^LL* mgatreot. io: H$ announced additions mills amounted to, niid 1<?,:U3 looms, Ifriyoslment ol about. .j 6%... En |||ra | lnul killed t'oi ^^Lndnw Il.o 1 ; ^ Mirt and IB-* m I . 1 I \ ?|k, Vi . on ..... I ' the p-.'iiiten <li10 3 ear old . V " Hr to douth. Huntington, \V. |?|p|Pr\vo miles from that ' "' |^Kl l>y students TIiuik-^^ ^Beaten into iiiso^iM|^^7' ^V^iij[.ped oim' | ^'! 8-L MFirgest rabbit dtive in ibr '1U; J^of the Northwest (incurred ou 'l> pTer Butte Creek, Oregon, on Mo::(l...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 27 January 1904

v*. - ?y^... ,"_ ' 4 "yy *?* ', ' . m fichus Seniiiicl-JomaL1 Happenings of a Local and Personal Nature. ?Go to It. C. Carter's for any tiling you wnnt to buy. i*, ?Tlio Auditor is now out on his * rounds taking returns. A ll.ill.nr AiiH ??f ?l.?t ?..,..1 <1 xx.iiist.iiii yji tiiiiu ii'JUi you havo boon using. II. A. Richny. ?If you want a good horso or mule ca'l on R. CJ. Cut'lor, Liborlv, 8. C. ?Tho president l.as appointed Rov. Joshua Wilson, colut'od, postmaster of Floieuco. ?Born to Mr. and Mrs. Julius E. Parsons, of Alexander, on tho 21th iiibt., u lino hoy. ? J. Loo Carpenter, ono of tho druggists of Greenville, was fl**ri<;kous .Saturday. ? J. Arthur Ricklo has purchased ft hum iifciw Ar.lun, b. ( ., iitui leiL for that p>int vSuuiidiiy. ^ ?FOK1UONT: --One 5 room houso j 011 Etsley p. trout. Un>d locality. Apply to Mrs. W. II. Johnson. ? K. L. Henderson, tho photographer, is now ready for work again. Call on him for good photographs. ?Wo nro cutting oft' subscrib...

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. — 27 January 1904

WEB it H 11 fib! Kry' BL Wfri PWlwi light tit wf BillIV Wit ^^nHTT>x ?!.'! of the tl?o names of tli ^nlislcd from Kalcoi B^iit was :?1>H? to ai fearful tlin Hi i.i's whom the HFpresident's wil V further ir.i|uiri( ifils worth IK; i.. i. nine ..n IB-\s nn.vltody in Fa Immediately cn a single volnnteo Bioi illy lie ho stale ^Rust then his ollk ^ rlieanl llio lo up and Siticl Hi; 10 use.! to work I Sic." I.id joined (li ^^Uanfla. The baul ivn and foun ion of Iko Jacl Hfi'il from Falco: Iff .3 ilnnteei' of whom Fa 1 F Tllllt'I V-HlCIll^MiTlRJtS AND A CIIMSTM/ k n'r'i could boast llioro was sow tktf&r was frit that tlio honor of tin.' tow By a small majorit; those sudden turn ion oft?*it takes tti as made liiiirli oi y desired t<> licitIc in their midst eaile so with panels at) lint they wished t frii'iid, M r. .lacksun. that was sent t>> tli i.'ontained a Kit-ate i. Uver.vthiiiK. fi'ni tier snaps, was inns into the Christina ['ndinji matter union h'iy deseription a...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 3 February 1904

THE PICKENS SENTINEL-JOURNAL.?^ v | Entered April 28,1903 nt Pickoup, 8. CM na second oltpa matter, under act of Congress of Maroli 3, 1879. VOL XXXIII. PICKENS, S. C., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1904. ~ " 1 np nTlftll AAllfiA umi; nun uumts in THE COTTON MARKET Country Longs Go Wild Ii Effort to Liquidate. OPFFRltyGd SWAMPED MARKET 3 pricos Went Down From 45 to 81 Points?Prominent Bulls Were th< Heavy/Buy?fs at the Deoline?East ,ern'ftews Responsible. 1 v Now Orleans, Jan. 29.?Tho long ox flnnf n/1 " ^wkvu luatviuu tJUIIlU 111 IIIU COUOl markot this morning and countrj longs weut wild In thoir efforts to li quidato. Thoir offerings swampei tho markot for awhile and prices wenl down from 45 to 80 points. The prominent bulls were heavy buyers al the decline and oven at tho lowest buying orders of a few hundred bales would send the markot up 10 points. Tho caution was sounded yesterday when brokers coinmonced to ask $1G a bale margin. n was generally considered that the falso reports c...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 3 February 1904

HHHd-Journal. p^^wl/nkhj>ay mousing. BY The Sontinel-Journal Company. Thompson ?fc Richky, Pkops. I J. L. O. THOMPSON, Editor. Subscription 81.00 Per Anuurn. Advertising ltntes Reasonable Entered at Pickens I'ostofUce as Second Class Mail Matter " PICKENS, S. C. : Wednesday, Feb. >i, 1904. A VERY ADVANCED POSITION. W u are building hospitals and sani ' Iftrinms for the purpose of curinp thoBo who are sick and nroloniriuc the lives o! thoso who are ill boyonc recovery. TC. Benjamin Andrews Chancellor ??f tho University of No braska, is of tho opinion apparently that when men, women ami childrei are no longer ablo to aorve any gooc k^jmrsposo in the world, when they ar physicians aro of tho opin ?"jjjfiu^H^Hhaye no chance of recovery Rm^ helped on g^L. world, as thoy ar themselves an *s. Taoway iWiiioh ho came to e: press this opinion is as follows: I seems that John D. Rockefeller hr ryivan &lif? fi? flw> Vnln'nalrn S\f n University on condition that il friends would rai...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 3 February 1904

-a. , > Pickens Senliitel-Journal Happenings ol a Local and Personal Nature. There i8 nn epidemic of mumps i l/.IEII .?>? ? W. L. Jonkinn, Esq , is confine to his room with hi grippe. ? How docs tho now leaf 30 turned over 011 January 1st look U day. ? Fon Sale?(V nico young tuil! cow. Apply to Alonz) I'uce, Pickone 8. C. ?According to Bradstroot 80 pe cent of tho merchants who ftiil huv failed to advertise. ?Bennett. Hill, of West. IJnioi: Ooon.oc county, was a welcotno vi^ito in l'idfeens yesterday. ?Nearly every other person yo meet these days is Buttering with 111 grippe or a very bud cold. ?RJnny pcoplo are setting 01 j trees now, and especially fruit tree Lot the good work contiuuo. ?See the now advertisements ?. Tho II. K. Sturdivaot Co., unci 15. < McCollum and consult them. ?J. IS. Newbery, Probate Judg has lately made some decided in pr weinonts on his now residenco. ? Congressman Wyatt Aiken making tho anuual distribution garden seed among his constituent ?The ti...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 3 February 1904

Sawyer Com between the Gove ,7^' V-> National Bank .. 4 ! By FHET>K1UCK. J Copyright, 1903, by Fr rV,' ^ ?w ' " " TIT *1 AT li ft v 0 c"W ^ ? " ^0,1? ?f wltli tli at $10,000 ?" .'iskod Colonel Mon ( nic of J ml ye Sawyer, \ v&'ur I^lncolnvlllo's hanker j *? nnd Illost substantial V citizen. l'ostnmster Jcnklus was busy , *\V 1 r with a delayed mail. L j V^i\ l> "What $10,000?" P\ 2? ' J asked the judge. lie A# Tho Colofljl. !l,ld th0 folofnt'1 havo K been lr lends since noynoou, nvd neither hesitates to ask * questions of the other which both .Would resent from tin outsider, pi* "The $10,000 which the United States treasury placed on deposit with your k bank and on which you pay no inter^ est," answered Colonel Monroe. "I ^ should like to borrow a quarter of it J from you on the same terms." "I \ ould be pleased to accommodate you, colonel, but it would hardly be business," said Judge Sawyer. "You weern to bo very much concerned about *\uit government deposit in my bank...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 10 February 1904

Motored April ii3,1U03 ftt PickcuR, S. O., as second olnsa mutter, under not of CoDRrosa of Mnrch 3, 187'J. jHS i . VOL XXXIII. PICKENS, S. C., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1904. NO~}6~ A* I ISPR] boUl re wori h to *7 5 Wintei brings true oc store, tliia pn sol lit g y H. ^ L 11 Till II ?? ^.mmaanamjammmmmmwn )W.T. Mel'ALL, President 1 PICI 1C CAPITAL \ 1 PROFITS % DEPOSITS Wli PAY IN / MA Kit m By Careful am ^ Hank largely inc I m W <* solicit yoi ^ every reasonabU ^ > Picken L ^ S ^11 ol|f customer Wo sell iiiro |vj( ltciiicinbe | fc for all tho sell Picker I W.T. McFALL, H j Cotton S ^B?<:ry ? thank om B is now g of hulls, n Y SElil) a pay y< H&l just as you ILto us and si HRot controllc more, f v'aKfl vA ivfl rst ^ ji vn j& v n Id BEE HI Tho ^InrD rsf R!rv\/o!ii/ i 11v uiuiu ui uij; vaiw M IS NEAR, WINTER GOODS 1 II Winter Clothiig, Gents Furnishings and I'n gardleaa of profit. oil's Suits worth $10 00 and $12.50, now 2.r $7 50, $8.50 and $0 00, now $0 1~>. 125...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 10 February 1904

Px v - t ' W > 1 I I Mi I " l> i I I "I II * ^ HP [ickens Sentinel-Journal.; i Uli DISHED KVHHY WEDNESDAY MORNING. ^ The Sentinel-Journal Company. \ Thomi'Hon & Riciiey, Props. M J. L. O. THOMPSON, Kpitob. i Subscription $1.00 Per Anuum. ^Advertising Rutes Rcwonable. 1 |kSSt(t Kntered at PlckenB Postoflice as Second Class . Mall Matter ' PICKENS> S. C. : Wednesday, Feb. 10, 1001. ^ tHE BALTIMORE *1RE. QftfT* of tho moat disastrous tires in bintory ^Hftrcortitt/y started in ( V thO\businesl|center of Baltimore at i w 11 o'clock Sunday morning in tbe dry goods and notion establishment V of John E. Hurst. The entire L;;:; / nese portion of the city is n mass of i |r ruins. Tho tiro burned fiercely until I ? 5 o'clock Monday afternoon, when i L tlio Mimics *vert> tin ally got under cou^^^^^trol. No livoa aro as ho far reported ! ^^The latest estimates of tlio loss ^feerty is over $200,000,000. Bpatby of tlio en tiro, world will P^to the people of tiro swept n I&ltnno...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 10 February 1904

Rista Soniitiel-Journa! W; Happenings ol a Local and Personal Nature ?Friends are kept by suonce ?nc l>y .confhlenco. ?The price of food stulY, liko co too, is advancing. ?Not to luxvo a cold now is not I bo in tho fashion. ?Mrs. A. .T. Bo&ga is confinod t her room with erysipelas. ?Boru unto Mr. and ftVrs, Brook Adams on Uio 29th ult, a yfrl. v. ?Think of it, already over on twelfth of tho now year has passoil ?B. F. Parsons killed a hog ?i{?li months old this week that netted 2(J I ojj^ds. ' w-Tho world's vordiot is easier t o'Jr-rule than thatxof one's own coi swence. M ?Miss Fannio White, of Knsloj /is visiting her friend, xMisB Addi . t Hiott, in Pickens. I 1 ?Miss Addio lliott, who has hoe ou a visit to friends at Easloy, r< Nk turned home last week. ?Carlisle Newton has resigned hi position with tho Pickens Hail road t< accept a job at the oil mill. ?The friends of Dr. It. F. Smitl of Ensloy, who lias been critically ill will bo pleased to hear of his rapi recove...

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. — 10 February 1904

W f My v <%}/ V FUNBRAL OF MR. WHITNttY. . '" H?ld at Qraoa Church?Notable Pe< * P'? " Attendance. New York. Feb. 5.?Funeral servlc< v over the remains of William Collin [Whitney, former secretary of the nuv and prominent financier aim turfmai were held here today at Qraoe churcl The Rev. William Huntington, tli *ee^or, conducted the services, UIhI ^ Op Dean, of Albany, participating. In the assemblage which tilled tli Bo ay or tbe large church, wero man son of the highest prominence in No .TfQrk and tho United States, represei tatlves of the interests in which M (Whftnoy had been identiflpJ, of tli municlpr u national government U^kllK had . mHvFuu) ,j aido with the mwere sdoreu of en j>ioye8 of the corporations with whic be had been connected. Floral ti butes in profusion were banked lily around the pulpit boforo which tli coffin was placed. Seventy pows In the center of tt church were reserved for the famil and relatives, intimate 1'riemlB, repr aentatlves of the army...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 17 February 1904

^^^Lt^.^^&;:^'^----- ?'* - --?^_!is^^i^aai?^ijyi^^^ai^as^ttia^i^a??iaLdaa^SagSB^ P THE WORK OF THE ^ GENERAL ASSEMBLY. BUT ONE MORE WEEK OF THE SESSION AFTER THIS WEEK. | i* Most of the Important Matters Have Already Been Actcd Upon?House 1 j Refuses to Repeal Lien Law. Columbia, Fob. 11.?Tliore 19 but 'a.ono more week of I ho gnnoral na- I sembly after tho present week. | ^4- Most of tho important matters before tho two houses have already I been acted upon and they will very likely bo ready for adjournment at ' the expiration of tho forty days, i Much of the time of the last few Idays of tho session will, as nstial, * be devoted to the appropriation and t supply bills. i 'PIT IP T.TTrW TAW r "" " ' The house on Tuesday killed Mr. ? Kibler'a bill to repeal the lien law. 1 The bill provoked a long discussion. The chief argument used by thoso against the repeal was that I the law helps tho poor farmers, J J enabling thom to borrow money t from the bank at current rates of c inter...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 17 February 1904

HR> MOUSING. - ? vo1 H ITUA ?! A'a4')WH1 TawmaaI HAW SI' *iiv (JBUWUV'i'UUUJ Uni V'"Uy?UJft JH^ON & lilt'J ..v, I'uol '%i 8FV L Q- T"OM"SQN,Ed,tob. ,1, Subscription $1.00 Per \uuum. oa Advertising R'ies Reason ible. tli ea R Kuterod at I'loieua I'ostofflce as Seco'id Clash fg | Mall Matter 18 PICKENS, S. C. s sil Wednesday* Feb. 17, 1001. jn Hp THE BYRAN-HEARST COMBINATION. " It has been assorted that Mr. Bry- ul au and Mr. Iloarst have combined m their forces anil influences for the w control of the Democratic National Convention, and this announcement U hasn't been contradicted. It seems Ji that the Bryan forces and the Hearst 1<< ^delegates will work together, tho si ^|rst delegates assisting Mr. Bryan ni Bunko the platform and tho Bryan ol A helping tho Hearst delegates b Ainnio Mr. Hearst for President, ri It baa beer '.''^irly understood ever si sinco Mr. Bryan returned from Eu- 11 rope tbat it was bis purpose to leave n no means untried to control tbo o Democrati...

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. — 17 February 1904

Hr Happenings of a Local and Personal Nature, ^-Ooaio in nnil got your seed ?This oluiun is for Jnpnn iu thin c". n 11 mi i 11. ? Poll) golly vitoll and Ollydollygoff ore having it upw. ?Tho Bidtimoro fire nggrogaU-s $125,000,000 los*. i 1 s\ s ?G. It. Heudrioks is con Good to his loom with tho mumps. ^ ?C. II. Alexander is again nblo to ' resume his duties ct the bank. ?Tho Japs are giving tho Rug- , sians?fits, or something like that. ?It is about time for tho Bonding out of cards for the next mariiogo. W*~ ? t- IIuvo you made your return yet? y a. penalty win oe auuea alter luczutu. ?\V. T. .loancs was quite wick last week but in again able to >u uuio his l*iui. v ? Miss Stella Nowbciy is spendiug a wLilu witli relatives in Greenville. ?'] lio Lauren a advertiser remarks that bo far tho Legislature lias done nothing rash. - ?Old folks, young folks, big folks ' j aud little folks 111 Pickens uro all snf- i feriug with muinpu. i ?Those who wero holding cotton for 'JO cents ?re n...

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. — 17 February 1904

f t Constant Headache and i Pooplo thought I was going to clio. I used 'ill i called ' Hui'o catarrh cures,' but nothing Itolpcd nu MUFF? S PURE M WW In all I havo takou but six bottles of your most w Titer CKfiirh Has Fvtirely Dlsnppeat HT' aood; and/My Whole System Seems Tc WB " 1 UnvO to work over thirteen hours a day,' nowf have nfyneof tlmttirod, played-out feeling 1 us b to have. lam heavier an<l iu all-round perfect heali thanks to Duffy's l'uro Malt Whiskey." J1 This is just exactly why Duffy's cures where i W- &' other treatments fiiil. It goes right to the root oft trouble and purifies tlio blood, stimulates the ciri lation, quiets tlio nerves, strengthens tho hear action, brings into play all tho vital force.!, n; enables you to get from food nil tho nourishment contains. It replnces diseased tissues and builds i a strong, healthy body, firm muscles and clear bra ?it renews tho system. Cures and prevents catarrh, coughs, colds, gri bronchitis, asthma, pneumonia, pl...

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. — 24 February 1904

1 : - ^ Entered April 23,1903 nt Pickens, H. O., hr second oJass matter, under act of Oongross of Rltuch 3, 1879. VOL XXXIU. PICKENS, S. C., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1904. NO 38 THE DARK WAR CLOUDS, ; * Angry Storms of Battle in the Awful 1 Future of Carnage?The Cossacks < of the Czar. 1 < The war cloud darkening down over Europe is ominous and bodes | tho coming of a storm, tho liko of j which tho world has novor Boon, , a id may well shrink from cneoun i terill2. It is not a hnslv minrrnl w ? */ "I v,? 1 nor ui'o Iho c.iH308 bringing it al> >nt of recent date, for centurion has , RuL-uia schemed, planned and toiled ( und always with 0110 end in view, ( viz: tho building of an empire, , wnose boundaries would be world ] wide, and whoSu limits would bo marked by the waves of tho ^ronl ( salt sea. Tins one great ambition has completely filled the mind and , hpart of every Russian, from the prince on thy throne down oven to ] the peasant who toils in tho Held, ^ it has ente...

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. — 24 February 1904

n iSEk m List soidiei figi Edward Noyes, a Drummer Boy Served in the Civil War, DUFFY'S PURE HALT WH ( 4 A n U l? . . nnn4- 4-L. ^ f* A. M iicniiiijr l ilSL II1C CCIllliry i 1 ' i". Noyos. tho hero of two wars, a * tho country, although 107 yours of ago, Bt i nr.il lionn t.n lirn cnmn I Inin vof T ivno i hail 'i.-on pri'tty well tJl my life, but sicki My doctor told mo it was old ago, and gave that medicine now, and it is both nu'dicinb i meal tho way 1 used to, but Duffy's keeps 11 it." Old ago Is hnppy when it-, goes hand : women who have passed tho century murk Duffy's Puro Malt Whiskoy. It was HIS 0NLY MEQSCINE} 4 ! 1---1 - himnuuw. 11 10 u w?ui" -^cimuiiiiiL rrcuiiuiu tho \v?';ik and worn, to tho weary and depre cay, strengthens tho heart, relieves tlio ncl vigor and clours tho brain. If. enriches tlio this way drives out diseaso find promotes In of food already digested," as it agrees witl keep strong and well in old ago take a table: Duffy's Puro Malt Whiskey cures c catarrh,...

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. — 24 February 1904

rz rrz ? COLONEL The Lincolnville Philosopher Ex the Tyranny of La B1/ trm rs* nr I " ? Copyright, 1903, by Fr< i??l ? IWANT to ask I J'0" a QUC8I tion, Colonel Biiiil 1'oHtnmsti'r .leu f kins after raking ^ \Y- i*\ down tlio flru anil \ 4 locking the snfo of v WPf) Lincoln vlllo'a olllce. "Wtmt la It, JeuSC\ -5*1 T / \ kins?" f// "Do yon think a Vv ' labor union has any right to prevent a Tho Colonel. man who does not belong to tho union from obtaining work at any wages ho may bo willing to work for?" "No." "I never heard you say so before," said Jenkins rather ruefully. "I bet the cigars with Judge Sawyer that you would say yes, and it looks as It' 1 have lost." "You certainly have lost," declared tlio colonel. "If there Is any one opinion llxcd In my mind, It Is to the effect that no man or combination of men have a riyht to interfere In any way in preventing another man from doing any honest work for such wages as ho chooses to accept." "I was conlldent that such was your bel...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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