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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 11 May 1904

? ^'t^rca Ajitil 2}iL190a _afc ri.'kn.H, H. an of ^ ^ volxxxiii. nrrrrii TmrrH rimi ini. ivrnnrTpAu ju.u iuimT^" ~ In I i I? ..Sturdr I Bie.s" i fYou can ninke out your lint befo STURDIVANT'S ?nd get anything y Dry Goods, Clothin, IVrfc-fir II IVtlV At 14 leaa price than any olher btore i satisfaction of knowing alter you g.?t bought and find any article not aatiftf and get your money ore something ji Our Cl< thing buHinusB last Fall v good many lot# ot' one or two Suitn. down bo low it you can find your size it away till next Full. When you como to Greenville, co Bring tho whole family?1'lonty of ro< Yours fo H. K. Sturdh Greenville' L. , V/, T. UcFALT- J. 8. WILSON, P. E. HI President. Vice-Preo. -fThe Pickens Oil Mill Compar DEALERS IN jfr ^ , C^Cotton Seed Meal, Hulls, Oil and Linters.-< * r~ * ????? Now icady for busi Our Ginnery has been running on lull time all i and we thank our patrons for their patronag Opr Mill is now grinding regularly and yon plenty of hulls, m...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 11 May 1904

| Pickens Sentinel-Journalp PUUIilSHBO KVliKY WKDNE8UAV MOHMNO. The Sentinel-Journal cjRSsn^^ A V ' THOMPHON & RICHEY, PUOPS. J. L. O. THOMPSON, Kditou. A - r - ?? . - ? (Subscription 81.00 Per Auuuui. Advertising lliteH Reasonable. Kutereri at IMcketm I'oRtoffice as Scoond ClasiMal! Matter PICKENS, S. C.: SL ^ Wednesday, May 11, 1004. , W OVER ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS ON ONE ACRE. Successful Farming of Mr. J. H. Cox, of Belton ?Mixed own Fertilizers. Mr. J. II. Cox, who lives between Helton and Ilnnea Path, is a successful tanner. His success last year was bo groat that bio neighbors Siuivo prevailed on him to give some figures to tho Haily Mail for pub Ilicat ion. Mr. ''ox runs a one-horse farmIIh owns his own hand. Last year his work netted him ovor $1,300, ninl tlio expenses were not more than $200 or ^'JoO. 11 i s farm work shows what can 1)0 done liy intensive fanning. Here are the figures as furnished l>y himself: J?00 bushels corn $200.00 2.000 bushels fodder 40.00 S2C0 bu...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 11 May 1904

.. . : ' - \ X; v . V, Pickens Senti&el-Jour&aL HaDMDlngs of a Local and Personal Mature. ?N. D. Taylor will bo in Pickens next Wednesday. ?Mrs. J. Carpenter of Groon ville, visited tho fatuity of bur father, M?j. J. J. Lewi-?, last week. ?W. H. Johnson, who is attend iog a business oolloge iu Atlanta. visit?d Mrs. W. H. Johnson in Pick ens this week. ?Wanted?to sell 15 bushels of Russell's Big Boll cotton seed, GOc por bushel. Apply to John Fcrgu n:?i ti DViJ, JTIUKOUB, O. U, ?Mr. C. D. Stradley, n progrosBivo citizon and a prominent merchant of Groeuville, iB spending tuday in Pickens on business. ?Miss Maud Stansell; the cliarining daughter of .J. Ij. Stansoll of Obastaiu, visited hor sister, Mrs. IJ C. Robinson, in Pickens Inst week. ?E. H. ltoper of the Easley side, was in l'iokens Tuesday on business, and paid this offico a call, carrying away a receipt for bis paper up to May, 1905. ? There is loss work calculated to bo dono on circus (lav than on any othor, Yostorday...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 11 May 1904

BW't vv.ffym 'sxtifiK ** - 5k'K ijNr ?}' Jj , %>v..? X|$ : $t ; ov V: '..5 l%SSvy<*t V S ; i V . *UtHEj : I LYNCHERS. jham of Alabama cided Stand. , ^f.t a., May 7.?Goveiraor nkon a decided sti'nd I He wrote an* Tier | H letter U> Circuit JiuIko W. S. AntlerI eon again culling hl? uttouthm to the lynching of Reuben BIiuh, a negro hi Baldwin county, and asking him to mm call a special term of his court. The governor quotes an opinion from the HI attorney gonoral, which saye the governor lias no right tcj oompol a clroult -judge to call u speoial term; in closing ' ftk^^hla ]letter tho governor say a: "1 oan HtaT~ 'est., as 1 now do. with nil tho ,.t iny command, that you F Xho authority committed to about which thoro can bo no and hold tho court.** or letter was mailed to Jivlgo 8ayro, of tho llftoenth JudluIt, calling hl? attention to the ^ g of Qainea Hall, a negro in u uwiuiy, uie omor any. 110 > Jy requests Jurigo Sayro to oull | tl term of the court. Uovorivor / ct I...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 18 May 1904

F"" THE PICKENS SENTINEL-JOURNAL. Entered April W% X908 ni t?i<*keUB? 8. C.f a* second oltuw matter, under aot of Congrefts of March ft. 1879. VOL XXXIII. 7 PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 18, 1904. : NO so~ OTr\ ov/ wftv ?rirji*i??i? V< v ? I ..Sturdii .* I GREEN\ f BI0 SI You can make out your lift befoi STUKDIV ANT'S and got anything y<i Dry Goods, Clothin, Notio I At n lo=s piico tlinn any oiLer store in satisfaction of knowing alter you g*t 1 bought and find auy article not satisfa and got your money ere something jiu Our Clothing business lust. Fall w good inanv lots of one or two Hniln. i I down so low it you can lHid ) our size it away till next Fall. \Vh?jn you come to Greenville, cor Hi'ing the whole family?Plenty of rooi Yours for H. K. Sturdiv Greenville': W. T. McFALL, J. S. WILSON. P. 15. IU< President. Vice-Pros. ! -4-The Pickens Oil Mill Coiiipan I)E A LICKS IX * tfT^Cotton Seed Meal, Hulls, Oii and Linters.-^T "Now ready for busii I 1 Our Ginnery...

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. — 18 May 1904

f I I.I Hpktns Sfntol-Jcuma!, ^V'ltntlilSItBD KYKJJY WEDNESDAY MOKMNO. Tho Sontinol-Journal Company. Thompson Hu hky, I'u.irs. .). Ij. O. THOMPSON, I:i>11 >u Subscription ?1.00 LVi ADUIIUI. Advertising li tos llmsoimbU* Kutcrcd at Pickens postolV.i'e Second <? MhH Mfiller PICK I NS. S. C. : IWnliiostlav, May IS, The Alliance Wreck. Ifc Judge C<ar\ lias i.-sued an impor"tant order in the now eolcbrat tl Farmt i\s' Alliance ease, wlr 'h wil' m probably dispose of t!>.> siu.imm: now in (li" bank, which has lie. n V awaiting the order I >r *uin n .ntl.s [f rFlio order was that the Ma tei o! Hi.bland county, John S. \ ern< r. should adveitif-<< for several weeks Fi'or all eiv<litt.is an<l >tockl;?>M i> ol lh> firm- is' Aliiat.ee Kxeha; s; t > |>r < I t1- hiin til e i.ms, v. ii! pro > , p I' .r.vt >rv I > a <- !ileine t i - \or.ii 1 .inli.al >-i' All i:' I r> ughout t.e Sijit ' u ti > - o 'k i n t ho AI iane . t...

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. — 18 May 1904

Picks SsiM-kml. HapwilBis ol i Local and Personal Nature. ? Keep your cyo on the candidntos column. . ?An examination for toaohera will be held here Friday. v k ?The candidates' grip is all the > fashion these days. ?A frost was reported along Crow Creek ou the 12 ias}; nothing killed. ?Miss Frances 1 Iftgood loft Salur day to spend a \vl\ilo in Charleston. ^' ?The wise gardener should keop planting for a succession of vegetables. ?The school boys?and girls too ?are counting iho days until vacation ootnoB. ? Walking on nil fours for twenty minutes overy day will proveut nppendioitia. ?A. good crowd from this place went to Liberty Tuesday night to the entertainment. ?Airs. It. Oliver, of liirmingI 4 1 . 1 . 1 11. __ jjftuiy /tin., in ouu visit 10 uor inouiDi Mrs. N. E. Tbdrnlej\\^ ?It is seldom that a group of voters is seeu on the streets uiiIcsb the candidate is on hand. v -?Several communications from our correspondents reached us too lato for publication this wuok. ?Time flies...

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. — 18 May 1904

A .vgiiLj '.^i . fr ONVENE AT MOBILE. i \ <*l Assembly of Southern Pres. r.l * byterfan Church. Mobile, Ala., May 14.?The general issombly of the Southern Presbyterian r church will couveuo in Mobilo, Thursday, May 11), and remain in Besaloft probably ten days. Delegates are expected froia all th<J rou'luiu states. Among the prominent ministers who wfli be in attendance; are Dr. Neel, of Kansas City; Drs. Hemphill and Lyons, of I^oulsville, and Dr. O. R. English, of Richmond, Va. The assembly will be opened Thursday morning at 11 o'clock with a sermon by the retiring moderator, Dr. A. C. Hopkins, of West Vlriginla. A new V moderator will then be electe^-and the assembly will proceed to business. Among the important questions to bo comidercd is the proposed union of the Northern and Southern P res by* 1 I torian churches. This metier is exLpected to evoke much discussion. Another proposition to be considered is the union of the Dutch Reformed church and the Southern Presbyteriu...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 25 May 1904

^1^51 ^ \ J-^ ^5OURNAI y? // ^s ^^^8 Ala., i8 * Entered April 28,1903 at Pickens, 8. O., us second ols^s matter, npder act of Congress of Mnroh 8, 1879. (' , K . . . ? , ,. . . -<? . r : .,,: . " -? = ={x A ^ , m in' v, XXXIII. PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 35, 1904. ,r/ f " - ? :_ \ / '' his Pick "? ! -rm mm- /\-?-. mm~m^ - - - - - I ' Lot < old so day, J? -J. mm Inst 'J J with ! I J I Cl-w-J-. m! tOiurui ill i. f.-,v ' ' GREEN' Bie s' o" \ You can ninko out your list bef STUKDIVANT'S and get anything I Dry Goods, Clothin = Noti At a less prico than any other store satisfaction of knowing after you gol bought and find any article not satiB and got your money ere something j Our Clothing business last Fall good many lots of ono or two Suits, down so low it you can find your siz it away till next Fall. When you come to Greenville, c Bring the whole family?Plenty of rc Yours f H. K. Sturdi Greenville W. T. McFALL, J. S. WILSON, P.. E. 1 President. Vice-Pres. -f The Pic...

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. — 25 May 1904

IMJSRki* ? hI'-4a1 T ?/j From Cateeche ' mCRSBS ^Iiv^yl-iOOal. Th? ??w ch?r<* ?* I \ I m will be dedicated the B PUMLISHUD XVUtX WKDNI2HO.VV MOHN1NO. *n thlS lUOllth. It boil --i--, -n=_jL -p- : church, the following 5 M \ tione will take part in I B\ The Sentinel-Journal Company. oxercit-os: Baptist, M? iljO Thompson & Uichhy, 1'kops. Presbyterians. The pi ?e??-?t- (liully invited. Come J. I.. O TIIOMI>Sn\' Ruiian I . ... ' stay ail uay. bubneription J1.00 Per Annum. What about tli0 Advertising Rites llt'iisouable. among the little cottoi IJY like a blue ribbon o hntoroJ at Ploipii* Posloffloe ns Sefloml Clim , , Mftii Mutter' straw hat, especially i riCKKNS S. C morning when the de* ijrass. Well, if it was Wednesday, May 25, 1004. a lazy woman would i i ? ' . Imr headland if it waen THE STATE CONVENTION. 1 ,azy mnn would neve Ptivbiiitnt lo a eall of Col. Wilie cloP* So some ol Pharo Jones, Chairman of the Stato Kx?c?.? ^<l*' umong us tor tivo Commit tee, tho Democrat...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 25 May 1904

Pickens Sesti&el-kroal. HaDPenings o( a Local and Personal Nature. v.. ?It. K. Olivor of Birmingham Ala., is viBiting iet Jfickens. ?J. E. Hill of the Daousville side, was in Piokons last week on business. ?Photographer Taylor will be in his Piokons studio noxt Wednesday, Lot everybody that can attend the old soldiers reuuion in Piokons, Friday, Juno 3d. ? J. It. Ashmoro left for Atlanta last Thursday to spond a few days with relatives, ?Dr. A. B Wardlaw will bo in Piekenp, Tuesday and Wednesday, Ma.y 3lst and Juno 1st. ?Miss Bessie Ashmore is quite ill in Atlanta, where sho wont a short tiowj o^o for treatmont. ? M. F. Heater is in Atlnntn, visiting bis sun, J. Wilton, and daughter, Mrs. W. A. Gresham. ?Strayed from my place, a black berfeshiro pig. Re ward for return. T. D. Harris. ?The Liberty Township Singiog / Association will meet at Liberty on the Sunday in June, 1994. J. W. Henderson, See. ?Coroner B. F. Parsons made ft Bhort trip to Groeuvillo lftst week. Ben is feeling...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 25 May 1904

V ^2;OOOV0O.- I? ^ob, more Mr'*0 tfth'er'-'country, iSxit they ore F?y scrubs, bronchos m|<l cayuses. worries a fellow to know that the BT.'Vff have stored a lot of iioney which Hr can't he fjot without de8tr<\ylu& a valuJgfSKr able tree. PVF There, are too many men who look Jinon a foreign war .with Indifference, if not with positive pleasure, just because sueh strife will enhance the value of tlielr farm products. All war Is was to. We have found out for sure that the best time to kill weeds is when there are none to be seen In other words, keep cultivating the garden <>r the tield v when it seems to be not needed. There ' is a whole lot of good sense in so doing. It Is interesting to note that one lot of bright and brainy men are in session in the state of Iowa discussing tin best method of getting the water out of the soil while another equally bright lot of men are in convention trying how best to get water on to the soil out in ' Colorado. Any lunn Is well off ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 1 June 1904

THE PICKENS SENTINFX-JOURNA^^^j _____ *f8ntmad April 28,1903 at Pickens, 8. P., tm booouJ olnas matter, under net of CongroRs of Mnvoli 3, 1875). VOL XXXIII. . PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE i, 1904. NO 52 ..Sturdh IOREENA Ria sr J You can mnkc out your list befo STUKDI VANT'S and get anything yi Dry Goods, Clothfn, :Notic M "V^AJi.tS'fftes prico than any other store 11 Jf | satisfaction of knowing after you get 1 W t] bought and find any article not satisff and got your money ere something ju Our Clothing business last Fall w tfOod many lots of ono or two Suits. . ij I down so low it you can find your size ^1* |] it away till next Fall. *: ; When you come to Greenville, coi Hring tho whole family?Plenty of roo Vnil vH fni k H. K. Sturdix P?| Greenville' Wk HsFALL, J. S. WILSON, R. E. Bf ProHidont. Vice-l'roH. . mi *\ i ? ii ~ IPtine PicKens on Mill compan ' " ~>:DEALERS IX m* c^Cotton Seed Meal, Hulls. Oil and Linters.^T n patrons for their patronaj* regularly and you ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 1 June 1904

t PU1U/ISHRD BVEItY WKUSKBDAY MOJINING. TI__by-? i Tho Sontinol-Journal Company. 1 Thompson & Richby, Pnors. i t J. L. O. THOMPSON, Editoh. Subscription ?1.00 Per Auuum. Advertising lV?toH Reiisouable. Enteral at I'lckonR PostofTlo.o as .Second CMnss Mail Matter PICKKN8, S. C. : \>eunes?iav...Juiie l, mu*. COL. JAMES A. HOYT. The dcws of tho death of Col JusA. Hoyt will bring badness (o I ho hearts of his old comrades and friends jn l'ickous county, for ho was goner nllv known throughout tho county. Only last Juno ho stood buforo his old conirados in Pickens and ro" hearsed tho stirring fcenes of former duvfl. related tho stories of Iho oainn tiros ami told of tlio docds of daring iti tiercost. buttle that moved tinhearts of thv vast audience befon whom he ttood. Col. lloyt was the truest typo ot the Southern soldier, and his body bore to his dying day the murks that tohl of his u! Hitching courage and ii uu uiuv^i}. Groat iti buttle, greater Btill wcfo tho lights for tho rig...

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. — 1 June 1904

great r< u at It. 0 gjg, Mattbev Sou Moot Happenings ol a Local and Personal Nature. 1HH ? _; MB Claudi< ?Hotnotobor the Summer School '* ^ifc 4 * oommeucuB June 13th. \/r ?Miss Corrie JjaBoou is on a visit . "T^f* A her brother B. B. LaBoou. 10 1wkens c?r<J X r ... .. ? ? many friendu, ' \ / AI iea \l m'fbn tf "?* BAA MA?I 1 y *l??WO A'J V*> VMM V/U& UbV'U lino in* /turned from Seneca for her vacation. ?^r* Joseph ' ... firm of Brucc and Miss Bessie Aslimoro, who has t Suudfty io neon quite ill in Atlanta, is convalos- . cont. William ?Mrs. D. J. Carter, of Atlanta, is "?ddi"g of , on a visit to the family of her father, -Lhuieday. loo Mr. W. H. Ashmore. ?Quite a nui / ? Supt. It. T. Ilallurn attended atteudod a game tho tho closing exercisosol the Libor Friday afternoon \ty Graded School Friday night. Seneca. Score ? MissoH Annie Shanklin aud Gor trudo Hagood, of Easloy, attended ?Miss May 1 the closing exercises of tho Graded tho most progrosi Sohvol. i ' couuty 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. — 1 June 1904

, II ip j JL>* ? Jon- ^; ix/ H$L I ?W1 *i>? w 9 toral In nty 8 l?ar" i yeau. M _(jian city an old | tiie */orld I >vith prido to ft hand- I J. C. ^ oed 01 fbwora. Tlwy wore I 1 ? arranged in tho shape of an Ejn#: | | All iv>n crown awl at th? side wu? laid * * * * out tho union jack. trouble "You boo that handsome bed?" tickling aotd tho gardener. "Well, the aoods You car for that bod wore eont to me by one . . tho ablcet etatesmen in tho Unit- 3 ^ SI od States. Congressman Sulzei of Aycr*S New York sent mo tho 6ceds." Use it a The Tammany men could hardly oatrain their laughter. Congroes- COnsUIXl] Cian 8ulser is fond of twisting the and for G Uon'a t-uil, and now tho story id bo- Tfcmdiwi fns circulated in tho Demor/mtu? I club that hp sent specially to Can- K oonanit you tula seeds of the United States gov- 1 to*ukl0t"th ttrnmcnt to adorn tho Queen's gar- I ((on in Halifax and lay out a floral b_.ljih?mi arown and union jack. . - Congressman Sulzer has upt got through...

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. — 8 June 1904

ff?-'; / / '' . . . ( / '"L L- vrtP^c ( (rjr** < Entered April '23, 1903 at Pic-kens, B. (J., as nccoud olasH matter, under act of Oongro8R of March 3, 1879. VOL XXXIV . PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8, 1*><)4. NO. I ' | ..Si BI You oar STURDIVA ? Dry G< i J At a loss pri' ' satisfaction c bought and I and gof, youi Our Clo good many lc down ho low it ft way till r; When yc Bring the wh H. K L_ ? . PICKE V, PICI CAPITAL \J PROFITS \ DEPOSITS % WE PAY INTER! m MAKE LP/ vL By Careful and con: if Bank largely increase: m we solicit your bus every reasonable accc, "1 ( Read,; 'V J SPRING --1 \ rf-vUR NkVV SI * II Hijr Cp.?" LO We have in pajation for this before. Every Shoe V 1 ^ a Pride \ x' &S& t,J,E5 v BEFORE YOU look at tills | 11^: ?The Brin town and llKE LIKE YY I ItapV 1 s HUM?IWIBIWIIIIIH 1 11111111 fiirdivan rREENVILL. e st0 1 make out your list before leaving lion NT'S and get anything you want in x>ds, Clothin, Shoes, Notions. co than any oth...

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. — 8 June 1904

H?'Pickens SrnitisBl-Journal. V ' PUIU.ISUKI) KVKItY WKDNKHDAV MOIIMNO. BY The Sentinel-Journal Company. TlIOMPHON & ltlCUKY, PllOl'B. J. I<. O. THOMPSON, Kditou. HubHoription $1.(X) Per Auuum. Advertising lVitea lieasouublc l.htered kt IMcionn PoHtoftloe hh Second CIakk s- Mall Matter riOKKNS, S. : Wnhicsiluv,'Juno N, 11)0-4. 11 j MAJOR EARLE A CANDIDATE.' Will Make the Race for Railroad Commissioner. Fii? nurt of Major John H. Karle. f\ wbII known member of tho C5r< enville l>i\r, and a son of tho lamented Joseph II. Karlo, I'uited State? Henator from South Carolina, announce him ns n candidate for railroftd commissioner in tho next Democratic primary. At this time ' **y\\4ien^ the importance of the com misBrtC1 I i V1 lu 111 ^-^fLqlement and business people generally, t1u7Vin>{r"'UliL?- H lawyer, well veiled in the intricacies of tho railroad situation and one who received a practical education as an engineer, will make tlie 1 rnco, meets tho approval of the 1 /' ...

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. — 8 June 1904

' Ficksns Scnli&el-Journal. Happenings ol a Local and Personal Mure. ?Remember tlio Summer School . .. commonccB June 13th. ?A great removal sale is now - goiug oa at H. C. Cartere, Liberty. ?11. Eromett Goodwiu of Chorion ton, is spending ti whilo with frioudu in Pickens. ?Messrs. W. M. and J. B. Hagood of Easloy, were in Pickens tho first o- tho week on businoss. ?Pickens county Summer School at l'iclions, Juno, 13th. All tho teachers in thiy county are expected. ?For Salb?A nice young milch cow with a young calf. Apply to (J. A: Lynch, Obastain, S. C. June B yi ?Teachers of tho county will ploaso boar in mind tho opening of tho Sutnaior'School, Mouda.C, -Juno 13 th.' ?D. W. McDonald, of Anderson, iy spending several dayfc with roliit'ves in this cynnty and ,vas in PiekenB Tuesday. ?Rev. Jol^? T. Lw /is will preach at Concord^eleven on tho second Sunday, inst. atj#l). m. A giVnl at tendance is (levied. ?-. ? B. A. Iii>^ood\\vifo son, and sister, Miss Fences, m Charleston, a...

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. — 8 June 1904

^aur^ DEATH LURKED IN COLLISION OF TRAINS j Fatal Aooidont on tho Missouri Pacific Ivtiilroad. A LIST OF THE CASUALTIES. Trains Were Behind Their Schedule and Were Trying to Make Up the Time When They Camo Together In Awful Crash. Kansas City, June 4.?By a head-on pulsion between two Missouri Pacific r?s?engor trains near Mastln, 22 inilot: south of this city, one person has been killed audi 19 have been injured, inost of the lattar being passengers. The trains wea>e No. 1, tho Colorado Flyer, westbound, and No. 80, a HoiKington, Kan., accommodation train, east-bound. The dead: AufiusJt lJlcom Clear Lake, S. ft., Mealing a ride on the blind baggage. Tlve Injured: C. A. Sl#cum, enflueor, of Flyer, teg broken. E. W. Whaley, fireman on Flyer, head cut; badly bruised. E. W. Ford, porter, head bruised. E. Conklln, fireman on train No. 30, lcnoe mashe-d. Mra. John G. RdblnBon, lkilt)inujr?, right leg wrenched. James Furnlces, oonduotor on train No. 30," badly bruised. D. A. Ebwoll, of ...

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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