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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 24 February 1904

Picks Sentinel-Journal rum.ism i> kveky wkdnkkday mousing. BY Tho Sentinel-Journal Company. Thompson ?fc IIiciu.y, Puoi's. .1. h. (). thompson, kditou. Subscription ?1.00 Per Annum. Advertising liitos lleasouiible. KnU'red at 1'luieiiH Postoflicc as Secon<l Class Mail Mtiller PICKENS, S. C. : >> rmicMiin ? H D. - h I RUSSIA'S CHANCES THE BEST. Tlio sympathies of our army officers tuny !>() with tho Japane < , but tlu ro in no iloubl that they avo "f (In: opinio;) that llussia will win in tlio war. Eight of tliem recently inado application t<? the Russian nn<l Jap* a lust! yo\eminents to be allowed to join Ibeir armi<R. Tbev have been advised that their applications have been taken under advisement, which means that I hoy will not I*: grunted. They baso their opinion Unit Russia will bo successful u'ainly upon Russia's superior strength and her I do^ed determination. Tin re is iiu ! doubt tint Russia can put into the field twice, perhaps three times uh many...

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. — 24 February 1904

Fiokens Sentinel-Journal.! _ I Happenings ol a Local and Personal Nature. ?Senator A. II. Dent), of Green ville, is mentioned by liis friends as a cnndidnto for Congress. ?There is a utrong demand in f-... ??? ? ? ? * y ?v?.. u xvji uuu?},'Kti u> rem, iiuci some -w . progressive citizen ought to build them. ?The average man thinks it nn extravngont waste of raw material whvn lie sees two beautiful women kissing. ? .Miss Louise Bronzeale, an at tractive young lady of Westminster. S. C. ia visiting her aunt, Mrs. O. W. Earle. ?All tho members of the Pickens Cornet baud nre re quested to ho at the band room Tuesday night, March 18t. Important business to look after. ? Remember that tho time for paying tho commutation road tax expires March 1st. The alternative is ! tho payment of $1 or working o.) tho public roads eight days. ? Tho Southern railway will soon put down 70 pound rails on tho C. & G. division in place of tho (50 pound rails, ho that tho big "Jack" engines can bo use...

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. — 24 February 1904

Six Mile News. Hurrah for Japan! Wo hopo tho plucky liltlo nation will gain the vie lory over Russia. 1 lnivo just been thinking if tlio Japanese were like some of the men in this section was in 1808 when tho United States docland war against Spain, they would bo in their cellars. When tho president had ordered 125,000 troops to bo raised, somo of tho men began to get uneasy, and J. heard soiro of unrmml 1 v snv flint Iwfoin lliev would go to a war they would tnko their old shotguns nod fio into their cellars and tho first man that tried to capture them they would shoot him, and soino declared that thoy would take to tho mountains. Health of tho community is very guo l with the exception of colds. Hurrah for "G," Inst week. Six Mile is eoniintr out. Three correspondents and nothing to write nhout. "(J," asked me to put it a little closer on tho giaveyard question. I didn't wnut to identity no curtain place, but I bt*{* to inform you that I certainly did not intend to leave out Six M...

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. — 24 February 1904

r body?l w/l&ll V? J08BSS& Other medicine trp*t 481 cause, and, therefore, ii ||| CURES / Helps the digestion, to free on application to prietors, 316 West Lot ?"< fi Whv Use Manv 0 gj T! % FER1 fi 0 Ol * & . Jj The Virg 0 V V $ They Lave the Best Fad $ and maintain 9j rl V ^ o7>o vlrglnia-c ^ r cha? /mm/ chro iBSMf When the liv< I MB I blood as a virul IRA" 1 j. u. moore, uraig I For ti fow days or i?iVt"i1TTf olo Mulo tobacco at lOo a plug; SCliunppA by tlio box 08; ti Oooil 05o; Dukes Mixturo ( pomnl bipH 25c. I hnvo a us any; n littlo broken, but tl lender 1 will make it nf '25 II l(!HH gnmititiofl. 1 havnjuHtl !~~~ WOMEN'S Very lino grade. They are w< Iiouro 2 wkw. To muko a qn of Hoiirt & Arrow hIiocs; nidi routed. Tlio prico I will make iboat 90 pre. menu womens i on odds nnd ends of "tnnny li high UK 81.70. f hnvo bnnoli other lot net qnito bo good, lot, liriug ino anything gooi T. I). 1 * wmmmnf HNS WORK with the first dose, sing the blood of all...

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. — 24 February 1904

Progress of the War at a Glance. Feb. 7?Diplomatic relations between ltussia and Japan broken off. Feb. 8?Japanese squadron fired on by gunboat Koreitz olY Chemulpo. Feb. 9?Japanese torpedo boats blow up Russian battleships Czar eviteh and Relzivan and cruiser Pallada at Port Aitliur. Fob. 9?Japanese fleet engngo Russian fleet and forts at Port Arthur, disabling Russian battleship Poltava and four cruisers. T7? L. n T? 1 amj'j, u.?o i?ir<vuufcu squuu run c11 ? gugo Ku-wian cruiser Naryog and ttTrpedo gunboat Koroitz off Chemulpo, sinking both. Feb. 10?JapanC30 seize Chemulpo and SooulT the Korean capital, beginning northward march to Ping Yang. JL'oOi iu?Japanese seize luasarapho, in Southwest Korea, and establish a base there. Feb. 10?Japanese attempt to land troops on west coast of Kwnng Tung peninsula, north of Port Arthur, without success. Fob. 10?Bridge on Mancrhumn railway, north of Port Arthur, blown up and thirty Russians killed . Fob. 11?Another engngotnent reported betw...

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. — 2 March 1904

Eutored April 23,1903 nt Pickens, S. C., ns bccoihI olitfi8 matter, tinder net of Congress of March 3, 1879. VOL XXXIII. PICKENS, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2, 1904. NO. RUSSIA IS REJOICING. ' LAST AFFAIR AT PORT ARTHUR HAS A GREAT VICTORY. Said that the Manchurians Have Risen Against Russia?American, on Ship Loaded with Beef for Russia, Falls into hands of Japs St. Petersburg, Feb. 25.?No further details were available this moraine? of Hia 1 - 0 I Iiu UllOUOUCOllli III " tempt of tho Japanese to bottle up the IUisaian fleet at Port Arthur by sinking a big merchantman at tho ruouth of tho harbor. Tho briof details contained in the ofticial dispatches indicated that tho coup was planned and according to the usual Japanese tactics, tp take place during the night that it wna desperately pushed and hacked by eight torpedo boats, which continued fighting until daylight, but that it failed completely. Great praise is given to tho Russian bat^ tleship Retvizan, which lay outside tho harbor en...

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. — 2 March 1904

Pisto kH-Journal.! PUDM31IED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING* BY Tho aentinoi-Journai uompany. Thompson iXr llicni'.y, Puors. i.. o. thompson, kimtor. (Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising It ites Reasonable. Ivnt'.'rert at Pic'scns l'ostoRice tits Sccontl Class Mail Mutter F1CKKXS, S. C.: Wednesday, 31 arch 2, 1004. y;!l c::izzci: making industry. Every day \vc find new evidence of Hi*: resources < f the South. Pickens county is the pioneer county in South L'molinii in the manufacture of eheeso. The first factoty in this county whs established in 1902, hy Mr. G. G. \ i iit> I who Cflmu In tliif* Sfnfn f >'ntn Illinois, and 1ms had large exporieuce in this business, lie found seme diflitfu'ly at first in obtaining a suflicii nt quantity of milk to keep his fiu tory going, but ho eetablitihed by hi.-- experiment at Euslcy the possi biiity of making money in an entirely new way in tt<is State, and now I hero are in Pickens county two Ii? ^ factories, wliicli iiinl ready item ...

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

Pickens Sentinel-Journal. nannenines of a local anrl Personal Nainrp ?Augustus T. Williams, of tho \iica section, is still quite sick. ?When \ ou need any mortgagee The Sontiuul .Journal can supply you. ?Mumps, measles, small p<>x and , candidates! Can all of it bo stood at once? ? Tliia winter will pass as a record C' breaker in this particular part of tho wovlil, nuro. ? You will plcaso reserve your opinion as to tho small grain crop until tho first of April. ?.las. E. Parsons and wife, of Liberty, visited tho family of his hi-nilmx i-' i> wvov-1 , *>. A . I iUCUHH, ILL 1 this week ?Tlio recent, wet went her ami heavy hauling of wood and fertilizer lms put 8omo of the county roada in bud si) a pit. ?Rev. O.M. Almoy filled bis re^lur appointment at Pickrns laHt Sabbat h afternoon at 4 o'clock and deli.vered an excellent terinon. ?The many friends in Pickens of J. E. Bridges were delighted to meet liim ou our atreeta Monday. Ho is well pleased with his prospects at Centr...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 2 March 1904

\ I proverbs i< T\T1 .1 t . * when the butter won't come put a penny in the churn," is an old time dairy proverb. It often seems to wnrlr tKnnrrV* * t? v/? tv muu^u iiv vuu 11UO t VV.,1 told why. When mothers arc worried because the children do not Cain ^troncrfli nnrl flrxili \irr* O ?t>v" * *v"" * " v' say give them Scott's Emulsion. It is like the penny in the milk because it works and utv-ciuou unjiv; is suuiciilliig astonishing about it. ,r Scott's Emulsion is simply a milk of pure cod liver oil with some hypophosphites especially prepared for delicate stomachs. Children take to it naturally hnpn tier* 111-/-* IicIa I wvvvuu.jv ii i\v^ inv and the remedy takes just as naturally to the children hecause it is so perfectly adapted to their wants. For all weak and pale and thin children bcott s Kmulsion is the most satisfactory treatment We w 21l^e:i<1 you SCOTT & KOWNE, Chemists, v,tr409 Pearl St., N. Y. wm . # ... ., n.itu.r??- " * 50c. and f l.co ; { .a From Maynart...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 2 March 1904

I * FAKM ODCHARD^GADDEN I 3y <SJ TJ?KG | V copyn/ortr, /pcm, nv <s . J r/?/ao. rockropn. tA. COMlE3PONDENCr: SOLICITED. l- i i . I. i - - - * The richer the field la (he thicker may be the corn planted. Barren stalks are more the result of soil starvation than a decrepit ancestry. Anyhow we would plan to have a good family garden this year even if WO onn Iinvn Wiou .... -x.... I hog. Good funning includes a good garden. The average monthly wages pai?l the farm hand in this country during the year 1002, where he had I i? hoard, was ?10.4<>. In 1879 it was $10.l.'>. This includes the colored labor of the south. A well flavored ham Is a rare product of modern packing house methods. The average ham Is a failure in all save the j salting. There are lots of old fashioned | farmers who could give the packing j houses pointers on how to euro a hum. In setting out an orchard for commercial purposes a common mistake Is . to plant too many varieties. The whole- ! Kale dealer in ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 2 March 1904

IA planter in Gcor^l.t, just as his cotton plai The Standard N If rat? i M tli ra*? ol one h?:n t:cd pounds to the a< per a-re than from a similar field without N'i:i Ig Twelve .? ;n.lur trials in Alabama showed an ^ I want a Cotton Planter in every county in f on a smaller scale. I will ftir.-.ish the Nitrate Absolute J if you will use it as I direct anil report acti 5 \V. 1). Hunter, I'. S. Department of A.ticu 9f cor.ibuting the boll-weevil, the curly ins br;:..; a crop to maturity troia one to two w? ? C;HI pair.- ^r7 IB and com. ypT '> ' ' V^v? fij.J pi' ' :?<!'.:? ? C^r-^--V? - V"d, gh ? l'"M V"'1 -' - (?,'] None Inn (, ? . . </Mn? |j i>... c..<i a^AaBapg jj^| repiioiwill lie J j'**"' ' The i i'Ouiy uiijiiciii President Roojovclt signed the Hny-Bui.nu-Varrilla canal treaty at 11: to Thursday morning. Snnnlftl* 1'lf I ~f Onuf I. I i., 1. I <?iv" i\ iin vu vjvjutn I'ilivuwi, >vho was present at the time, received tlie pen. The exeliamgo of ratdications bo...

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. — 2 March 1904

THE LOUD TALKER i SLsssSES fii sw JK FIvo Physicians Itod done th a S. C., who hod one of the r if record. Tiicy all fa W IT CURED gy * Mr. Wilket writes in the course ol 'My legs were drawn hack until M 'or nry ^ months. The mutclei differed death many times over. VV.i H and Marion, but none of them could iiig to try your RHEUMACIDR. I b BR / I began to ?et better. 1 used 5) bott Mj Df. S. r. Ewini confirms Mr. Wilk GUI FREE TRIAL BOl I^^SCCSITT CHEMICAL CO /Mf/ CHROr JbSSt / hlnnri a<; :i virnlp Km ^nd Tonic Pem that gives the li\ ^starts Nature's I?'l J. D. Mcoro, Craig Some Mill Ih'or u few tluy.s or nut if I oIoh I.Mulo tii!>ni'on nt 1rto o " l""H> Scbtmppa by tlio box IJHc a Good 35o; Dukftfl Mixture (f pound brtfis 25o. J have a f in any; a little l>i< lun, but tin leader I will make it at, 25 1b U'hh quantities. I have just 71 I WOMEN'S \ Vvy lino giudo. Tlioy are wo houso '2 wks. To nmko a qui< of Hout & Arrow pIiooh; mdn routed. Tlio prico I will mako...

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. — 2 March 1904

ESCAPED CONVICT CAUGHT. DAWSON, THE MAN NOW IN JAIL AT WALHALLA IS WANTED IN INDIANA. An Official From that State Will Carrv Him Back?He is a Clever Swindler. Wnlhallu, Feb. 25.?Chief Clerk Gainor,of tho Indiana State prison, arrived here yesterday afternoon from Columbia, where his requisition papers wer? honored by Governor Hey ward for Robt. A. Dawson, alias I}ickerson, an escaped convict, lip to this time Mr. Garner has been unable to communicate with solicitor Bogge, aiul it will possibly bo the last of the week beforo ho leaves with hie if 1>n aimnnn/1 n 1 i\ rvn Minr# lit >v. II u\v OUUO^AIO 111 ntlll at ull till after the authorities here get through with him. Dawson io a most clever swindler an<l almost succeeded in making good his escape a few weeks ago from jail by sawing the iron bars of his coll. Whero and h?w ho obtained the saws for this work Btill lemaius a mystery. Sheriff Moss received a letter a few days since from tho sheriff of Andova, Ind., stating tha...

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. — 9 March 1904

Entered April 23,1903 at, Piekeim, S. O., ns second e'asa mailer, uurier ael of CotipjrosH of Match :5, 187D. r^> VOL XXXIII. PICKENS, S. C., VVEDNESDAY, MARCH 9, l<><)4. NO 4<> fiREATRRITAIN ll.iPMPn ln?.v? t,. w- n.> VllAJJI A L/11A 1 I X 1 J AT HATRI RUSSIAN RESliN GREAT Scrni-Offloial Orgm Would Approv Eng London, March want t/> appear we would be d<> good if wo conce the present sitna foreign alVaiis is < aiixintv," will Spectator, in n 1c effect of tho Iii international re) tlio relations bo (i reat Butain. The Spectator Russian fooling against ureat Is rising, the Rues vineed that Grea the child cause o by encouraging tl to war." Without recot a.\ inert) 19 any tri continues the Spe taut fact is thai Russian people a opinion is in bi citemont that wn ain would bo ext Proceeding to military party i capo the humilia (lelent l.iy n small Spectator remark "A great Kui obliterate all tr atiese war . A u< ------ - - I" / cover >ip an unpfl the...

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. — 9 March 1904

Rurnal. DAY MOUSING. Hal Company. hfiky, Pkops. tcc1 )\ ( Kijitoh. Mv4IMUM. j per Anuuiii. hi livin^' 8 R'toa lletwouublo. fent som I'oMoHH'i' hk Second Cliiss f a" Matter ourishin ;mu!sio'^'('5 T-r> -r.lv. M:i *< !? !>- 1'tOl V. 11/ V ' " fat V cNTLE REMINDER. O i'o hi vci nl of our j-uliJHTibstrcn owe us little aiiioci)?>u v Jiiioti, mid who, last fill!, Im??AfyJ ft litl!o ill1 r? lime, |roiiiisin<j .. in in later and piiy up. They failed to do M>, 1111(1 lliis is t(> Flld tllC'Ill of their l?io!ii'H i> r> u ?r> ' want tliut money and want it >\v ? not. m xt year, or t)i?i in xt d? side. To nil those who liavi) received st dements from ns recently we wish to sny that wo want litem to come ii]) at once and settle I lie bill or we will l>e (vmpe'ltul h> t.'?k-j lojjftl , btcps for the (v>1''oi.i?>ti of th?'so accounts Tho parlies lire nil good and p.?y their debts, but neglect causes thoir / subscription accuuutH to run up on tliem. Were ...

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. — 9 March 1904

r'V Ficksns SsatiLsl-Journal I Happenings ol a Local and Fersoiial Nat lira. Mm N 10. Thor is on a visit t > reln'^vi-s in As? l?-isun. -?lr? R li Morgan, of Couli'nl. \ in fffiite sick wiili ;;iippe. ?Is D 'I"ii\' ir will l>o in i.i.s>lu liu ^ I'ic.kt iim 'in \! in h 22ii.I uml li.'M ?13-rn mil.) Mr ami Mrs. \V. B. Onrns..11 ??tI ihc 5:,1| instant, a <lau;;li tor. ?Mr. tit',<1 Mis .la-*. E Ilwn xl <>f lvi*l?-y, spui.t S.ii.urd ly an I Su.i l iy in Piekuns. ? Roln rt, son of .J. R. Morgan, of tho Praters Bcctioii, in quite ill with pneumonia. ?Ono of our exchanges ?avH if is no uRe to (jo lishing until the dogwood is in blwotn. ? Married, on Mrvich 2d, Simon Kirksey to D< ll? (I' llVni, colored. A I) A. JIIIICH, N I'., oliioiatMl. ? \V. H. Johnson, who Iims h<en attending a Bmini-ss ChIU'jjm in At luntii, is ?il home <>m ii I>i-it t' visit. Tins boys i?r?> not satislied yet. They want to sot* u hiiow that is a siiuu; a tegular rabbit Inn.ting t...

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. — 9 March 1904

w/im J&rTt eat breaknt's Emulsion, an't cat bread WtakeScott's m When you have Won a milk diet and Kthing a little more k, take Scott's fet fat you must eat ottls Frrmlei/on ic ? U fattener, a ?reat Kth .giver. Rose who have lost flesh ,-to increase all body sues, not only fat. Scott's mnlcinn incroncoc all |_ MIVI VUJVJ CI IVI I UlCp oonc, flesh, blood and nerve. V . For invalids, for conI valescents, for consumptives, ' for weak children, for all who need flesh, Scott's Emulsion is a rich and comfortable food, and a natural tonic. I Scott's Emulsion for bone, flesh, blood and nerve. ^ ^ We will send you Be sure (hat this picture In the form of o Inhcl i< on the wrapper 01 every bottle ?* Emulsion you buy. H* SCOTT & BOV/NE, 409 Pearl St. ,'w.y. ' ?&~w?ii 50c. and $ 1 ell druggists. From Cateechee. Owing to the favorableness of >lic weatlur for the past few days, the londs liiivo dried off a good deal, but whtt' about the holer? If a man i* 0!)t living tin; right ...

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. — 9 March 1904

I ,-A 1 a"tomicedtiew [Original.] Oi n night while trnvolinir In thomun try I stopped at 11 farmhouse. I could see plainly that the farmer's wife was u6t a person to be lived with on unliable terms. After she had gone / to bed the farmer and 1 sat together chatting about the dull winters in the . country and the want of means of ^ amusement, especially for the older people. I asked him If ho liked to rcuti. "Waal, stranger," ho ?ald, "I reckon I do like to read ef I kin git tho books. For a long time I had nothin* but Shakespeare ami the Bible. But last winter I got a historical book about them kliiKs and queens of England. I was Interested In one of 'em, a kins caneu Jtienry VIII. Tlmt king was the only man I ever rend or heered about that got ahead of 8lx wlmmen, all IiIb wives, and didn't hev to kill niore'n two of 'em neither." "lie was a monster," I protested. "Waal, now. straniror. I hnln't nn eartin about that. I don't know that he was quite excusable In the matter of his fir...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 9 March 1904

A planter in Geor ,!.?, just as liis cotton j>1 Tho Sinntlar N itrate it thtr r; of one ?ii:n<lrvtl pounds lo the per acre than fiom a similar ficKi without Ni Tv. ivo similar trials in Alabama &h wril a RJ I want a Cotton Planter in every county i on a mailer M*alc. 1 will furnish th^ Nit rat Absolut K} if you ?/r . use it as I direct and report at J- W 1>. if: S. ! )epa? tinent *f \ to* combating the boll-wccvil, the early r fiV a no, to matLiity !i\>;n otic to two i Kj' Send nn? o ^ .--v 1 7,d j? ' -3 I 4?L;?m&* y re,,i; : i \m |J] Consitlcr-xl, j ; . s & i/.f j *~iNtrr*-' *- *-*'! ^... h COURT SCENE. HOW A JUDGE,* WHO WAS NO RESPECTOR OF PERSONS DISPATCHED COURT BUSINESS. Ho Wr.s Not Sooking Compliments From the Bar, But Was Bent on Doing His Duty. A fi>\v days wo imule sonio rciiuirlcs in tins column dc^c.rip4:.... c *i ? .jji?A. mi: <u me uiisuory practices fit our courts, explaining the cause of th?> crowded dockets and the apparent need of mo...

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. — 9 March 1904

I T THE LOUD TALKER SA ?Wa J I THEN! s! THAT ' m INflY a swi IIM THE. LAI ill OF at * or PtHili/.ing pitrpo.turo si pure Cotton Seed Men Jr just tiH free from hulls and t M to manufacture it. af We Guarantee 8 per cei show a highor percentage. g compare our weal \vi Mills before buying elsowhe J ^Libert WAN f V A Jb JL 1 More C and M< Our businp.c:^ 1*Q itircpncii to double it. You will ; By giving our customers money. We have some to your interest to see u? "CI ? I H ~l \Ve have on hand a larg< expect to sell at a bargaii will pay you to examine We have a nice line of II are always ready to serv< I~~0 A Id t" ta o / <iv? 52 .. SFIifW , .V v *JL?. w .* W Jfl For u low il;i\s or"7u"t"! i~(;!T>sc ?>i Mule tobaeo > at 10(! ii plug; 1$ j Schnapps by tho l??x '5H? a ll>; (looil ;i5o; nnkoR Mixturo (tuno pound It ifis '250. I liuvo a few uh any; a little broken, but that tl loader I will make it at 25 Iba fo leas quantitiefl. 1 liave jnut 70 pi i women's" Very tine...

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