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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 15 June 1904

th I THE PICKENS SENTINEL-JOURNAL ? ? Entorod April 28,1003 nt PiVkrnn. 8 P.. tin urnrmd dima mnitrr. mnlor not, of Pongi-osa of Mnroli 3, 1879. VOL XXXIV . . PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, Wtjt)NESDA\% JUNE 15, 1904. N., ~ H^ I133 _^_ ^ l| ^VegetablePreparation 1'oVas H I slmiiating the Food andReg ula- . 1 ling the Stomachs and Dowels of L^Tl^mofes Digestion,CheerfulHL ciess and nest.Contains neitter WOpium,Morphine nor Mineral. i ?NOT "N AH C O TIC. I ?tSAMUEL PtTCHKR w- x i <* * 1 Ju- I ) I _ "rConslipa- I '-irrhoca | erish- 3 Vgp# j < J 2 I HAVIi MOV HI) .\ Back to the Gary building. I hats and caps to close out clu My Met , - CALL AI I don't have much time t a long time I've heard There is luck in leisure And I hope I'll meet tha And be elected Treasi Neatly SB OUR NKW SHO Big (S?.r Load; We have mad pajation for this sc; before. livery Shoe Wat Pride . ICASTORIA I For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought I Bears the / ? ApK Use I\s ror uver Thirty Years CASTO...

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. — 15 June 1904

2_ 4 Sentinel-Journal. V EVKUY WEDNESDAY MOltKINO. UY -^-Journal Company. Kicuev, Props. ..OMl'SON, KuiTOn. '.00 Per Annum. 'g R'ltca Kcosonublf ?1toe as Second Class *jr >y 1004. will in a few bout $300,000, or the noy allowed l>y Jaw lo . iiuy vow. A loau of 0,000 \v;is (fficted some time ngo the payment of tho pensions nr.tl \A \ - _n ? ? ! * wuno mi 01 ill is wns not used, the intercut on State bonds will l>o clue soon and it will be necessmry to bor row some. It has been found that in borrowing nil tint can ho borrowed is saved, no the rate of interest is much lower. It is thought thai there will not bo tr uch difficulty in making ends moot this year as tho tax money will bo;;in to com? in just as the )">an is exhausted. Despito this, how\*lho appropriations aro oviir .000 greater than last year and is no government claim of $90,to holp tile Sti\Jo out. TllA (lflllniini'ntill nvnnnlitin lee of Charleston county ought 'to bo verely punished. It has established "ollow...

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. — 15 June 1904

. Happenings of a Local and Personal Nature. I m? ?Cane seed $1.00 par buabol n! the Newry store. - A nvoof 1 ? ioiuuioi nuiu IB UUW going on at It. C. Carters, Liberty. ?Wheat is good and tho fanners f We now busy cutting tho crop. ?Allan Durham bad a fine horse to dio Tuesday from distemper. ?Tho blackberry crop, (ho old printer's reliance, is reported to be a big one. ? Harvesting lias commenced in this section. The grain crop is up to tho average. ?Don't fuil to read tlm nrl <>f Hi? llobba-Hon 'ers^.. Co., on the lust page. It will interest you. ?For Sale?A nice young milch cow with a young calf. Apply to G. A. Lynch, Cbnstain, S. C. .Juno H 3 ? We are adding now subscribers to out1 'ist nearly every day. Wo still ' '0010 for a few more names. f ':t o V ftro rather quiet a number of the can utting in feme good celain top fruit jars GOe the Nowry store. >nuy ana kindly with tho 8 they make Uioir rounds a pretty hard tyno ahead Smith, who is farming Daniel's place in Pick...

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. — 22 June 1904

; THE PICKENS SENTINEL-JOURNAL. ] .. Entored April 23,1903 ftt Pickens, 8. O., na Booniul.olnsp mnltcr, tiuder act of OongrcRR of Rlnroli 3. 1879 C ~~ 1 ' ' . -t ? ?? ! ? ^ \ vol. xxxiv pickens, south Carolina, Wednesday, june 22, h>04~ Nn , \ ^ ... .4M rm.A TTl?.l 1T?? ?T???> A 1M - auu jnuuu xuu niivo 2uwn; ^in use for over 30 year All Counterfeits, Imitatic , Experiment# that trifle \ ' Alotonts and Children?K; ' What is < 'v Qastoria is a harmless s |oric, Drops mid SoothL contains neither Opium, substance. Its age Is its aud allays Fevcrislincss. I Colic. It relieves Teetliii and Flatulency. It assii Stomach and Bowels, gi The Children's PanaceaGENUINE CAS Bears t / C&a&fr I^The Kind You I In Use For \ THMHTtUII MVMH, M I HA\il MOVED : Back to the Ctry building, hats and caps o close out cl My Me; CALL fi I don't ha\; much time a long time IV heard There is ick in leisur And I hopd'll meet th And : ted Trea< ?rr ' I _ *"' SPRI G -- S OUR JEW SH< Iii^Ca** ...

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. — 22 June 1904

iinel-Joumal Wi;j>xi:si)A\ .MoiiNist 1P^ , :Iio Sbntinel-Journal Company. * ; Tiiomi'Hu.n 1 >leukv, l'noi's. ^ .1 I. ?> ! liO.M I'MIN , I. i M W (ib8c')i|>lion sl.(M) IVi Amimimi. W ' A(1 vort i iiu : R .io? 1 ! iif oimbli - z~, _ Kutcred at i'i '!ll> c us Seciind c:? W M 11 ' ! 11 trr A lu'f;: () }'i-t a ! - u. 1 ? <>i i |11 ih rojxu l< <! ns maii.h I hat lu ll is j i|?liflv twi lc lU'llth the I lltli H'* I" \\li> jmliei'>iv !,v n<Ivt i \l ?.jses !.i I (isiiifss from ?1 a\ to <1 i\ i t h<> 111; i who ?.;nl In rs ill c till '1 lli'l i? not s- | riii! .' live of Imihih.v f\r: |x i 1.1 ami j?mJit*i u-. a.lvi iiis * ill;.' ici '<1 l'\ {^ootl j_;o HIs iilul I ti !' ulili \ .11 li'lulo i lit W t,-; 1 . 11 1 !' > It >ou |'lii \v 1 r. 1 (il, !t: i 1| ^ V\ i el: ii?" wisi.es f talk li it t trim H It '' ' ' " ' t- I t:i!. I fBUcn>ii a v. 1 i' the- j<Um\ . J farmer > II Vl1*1' ' ' '8L\jwiiig. This ia un exiunph worth II 'ni't"'i"n...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 22 June 1904

ienW-JoimL ^koines o( a Local aud Personal Nature. V'ano Heed $1.00 por bushel at ^^Blowry store. Fred Holliday of tho Kings |Hii, lost ft fine lioreo lant week. ,H|HPIant beans, second crop of Irish 1 pouuooo ami corn for Into good eatf >ng\\ ?E. II. Craig's dwelling is Hearing completion and will soon bo ready \ K for occupancy. ?The farmers aro rushing their nr?/l vnfif fnvu t\f i limn p/mio f o \ WUVI ,UIJ 1U" w",v vv' \ town theso days. \ ?R. E. Goodwin, aftor a two Veeks stay in Pickens loft for Charwton Saturday. ^ ' ? Dr. Thaddeus Hunt, of Town *c spont a portion of last week with '^tives in Pickens. -Tho singing at Socona last Sunday fas woll attended and an enjoyable "ay was spont. - ^W^ierB and wsholara aro hav[ ^ timt/, now that school y worwl^rcttcfor awhile. ?Tho farmers aro buoy harvest ing wheat and oats. Tho wheat is turning out v?ry well. ?A largo crowd attendod the singing at llolly Springs lust Suuda} and all roport a good time. ?Tho orop prospect in and aroun...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 22 June 1904

VT,:*"vvi11 i ? " JI^B ;Aq Sentinel-Jour*19 Thompson k " <JI I 'V f. p\ I Every J ' public wo] - . article in 1 We Co t-ioris of tli , . lings of th the mar 4 POSltlVel^ i? r I^An official of the ^ forts that malaria baa almo* aooi cured from tluv territory n< Jt is a Hif>ht o uir wit. famous waterway. and nt 8U 'J pIlCPH. At Ul.8 SO.IHO HL< result to tho efiergstdon't usually havo an ' havo been mark/in t1- *V'Tii'1-lH "u'(^ ollt < E ^?r '^T'TTi lx' ieduced, nnd wo EWyW V>6ught to proV' ou!o,'t? ro<Juce it <|iii inoj to tlie mosquito lip ~ ? ' - 1 r country, unci u??.i. . )the Panama canal zone healthy by clearing it rpi ^ innoctft., ? J JlG X3 Hjdi xnrk and Sweden are^Ol\ J 1 strengthening their _ I / In ovident anticipation y( H ILnn uggreseion. Thoy have noted Mrs. Finland. and ]> >n=?il?ly four lospin, back tof the wovo of bou )i Vj-Hion : the Far r'ast Mr. ' is sin >/ ar I ne.Yv j c to H|HSHHHh|9H ! were Jersey ' I tK'fi I improve-1 .. . I not ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 6 July 1904

! ' ' LA--' (y. Eutoreil April 2'.\, 11)03 nt Pickens, S. O., as second elass matter, under not of Congress of March .'J, 187'J. VOL XXXIV PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 6, 1904. NO. 5 1 W. T. McFALL, M President \ PICH C CAPITAL J PROFITS \ DEPOSITS 1 WE PAY INTERE if MAKE LOA ^ By Careful and cons W Hank largely increase^ j We solicit your busi ^ every reasonable acco ?SMITH & \\ BRINC 1 The Smart H Offered I y) The smartest tailgrs onVnrth m that furnish this At.oiv with a M luliitin* U r.. C there is no difference in the i the smart suits we offer?exe< M pared to convince you of thin 1 THE PRESENT I FMT OP l'...rSR5FRIHQ a M' than at any previous time. ' K reached?Perfection in the nr new garments that now eoni| ^ here about Banter time, so ad <n . -*Jy your new spring and Rumtnet Vk our time in fitting you. It is \i leave the store until ho is pleii ((Smith 6 LKAiMNi BEFORE YOU & m iuwii ui 1111 . > |P I N. D-" ^"The Will be in town and 1 k perfect LI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 6 July 1904

?J4 i i--i-1-1 I- i I i 1-1 i- i |. ) The ji\[ide lAforld Qver. Dy J. C2. F-". TTTTntf? t | 111! V! 1 r-i ittl t i f' lgi HGT was wiiperatiiis ?" '?I New Mexican hacienda. Al tlic death of my father I?- -?. I had liiH'M left quite a colUIjlH?_lmll fortable little sum, and 1 haw at once started out to see the world, heitii;" at last able to satisfy in.v craving for travel to its full exieni and ha villi; no parental ties to hold me to any one particular spot of the world's circumference. 1 Jut I had somewhat overdone the thing, not being possessed of a constitution that would stand much of a strain. So I had settled down at I.as Vegas 1o take things quietly for u While, before going further. It was on the evening of October "iS'.Hi. that the news was circulated in the town that there had been an awful wreck on the Santa Fo just below AVatrous. A special was rapidly made up of st 11 engine and t\v<> coaches, ami the call made for volunteers to assist in any way that their servic...

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. — 6 July 1904

I (LAME ON OFFICERS ury in Slocum Disaster Renders Its Verdict. ^VARRANTS ARE ISSUED */an Schaick is Held Criminally Ro | sponsible and Captain Pcace Failed to Equip Vessel With Prnnot* A . . -,/v, i ??v; np|/tu av.uc?. The coroner's jury nt New York in tho Sloeum inquest, lias returned a verdict, finding: That tho immense lr,: s of life on the Genoral Slocum was duo to the misconduct of tho directors of tho Kniekorbocker Stoamhoat Company. That C-aptaln Van Sclmkk is criminal ly responsible. That Captain Pease, of tho Grand Republic, as captain qt the strain !>oat company's Meet, is criminally responsible in that he failed to propery equip the Slocum with lire ap; a ratus. That. Mate Flannajcan actcd in a 'cowardly manner." (That the action of Inspector Liinii?or,T: should be brought to ti:r? atteiion oI ill federal authorities. Coroner Ik rry has is.Jti'd warrants tor the arrest of the directors and o iir rials of the Knickerbocker S'e-. ..ix at Company. Inspector l.undhr r? an...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 6 July 1904

Fictas teW-Journal. - \ m _ rchmhiibi) ' vh?1 i !?i>)>av moiiniko. The Sentinel-Journal Company. Thompson k I'.n nr.y, I'uors. .1. I,. ?i. I"11?>M rs' Kmron. Subscription if I .(Hi l'i v Aunurn. Atlveilisinc Kites Reasonable. Kntered at Plciti;* I'nMtolliee as Scconri Clans Meil Mutter m:;r..\y, s. < .: Wednesday, .1 is!y 0, 11)0-1. t ? GIVE US MORE TRAINS. 'Jlit' umnii^pniMit of tlxi Southern Railway must l>o impressed l>y tinforce of argument for a more adequate train service in this territory, which was so clearly slated by the railroad committee of tin; Greenville Hoard of Trade. It. Itafl I een rumor <ul of lul?' Unit tlw local seivice from Richmond to Charlotte would ho extend* d to (his city, and while that won't! relieve Iho situation in a mensnre i( could not be as satisfactory as tho schedule tuiggesteu ly the busi ! noss man of this community. After the departure of train 11 for Atlanta at 5:10 o'clock in tho afternoon, there is no southbound pnssonyf...

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. — 13 July 1904

?^ ? , ! 1?. ? - - ?? VOL XX " / V\..;>, ).'. - :, 1 r' ' ' '| | .' r ^ ' ' 1 0 1 W.T. McFALL, M President, I PiCKEI ) picki c capital . J Profits 1 deposits ' K i we pay interes # make loan J By Careful and consta Bank largely increases e We solicit your busim ^ every reasonable accom< j l j Statement of t 4Bank 01 At the Close of Bus RESOURCES ' Loanaftiul Discounts. ( 11,194.< Real Kctttto, Kurnlture A Fixtures . 2,782.' C*?h In Vault A duo frtt)ft<ItnnkH'... 7,801.1 la1,838^1 STATK OK"SOUTH CAROLINA, County or 1 I, K. B. MORGAN, Oanhler of tho above na ment Is truo mid o.orrect to tho bom of my kiio Subscribed and Sworn to before ino tills 61 Attoat: C. II. SMITH, H. J. JOHNSTON, J. N. MORGAN. Director*. IswiiTH^ * j BRiniG $ Offered He M Tho -smartest tailors on'earth arc ' m that furniah this atoro with appf M tailing buaineaa. Season after w there is no difference in the mat ^ the amart suits we offer?except M pared to convince you of this fa 3 THE FIESEPT. f | ' ...

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. — 13 July 1904

\ SOUTH CAROLINA I J STATE NEWS ITEMS, j Caoers i* Slain by Dissllieu. Joe Capers was shot and killed by James Biesilleu in a quarrel over a pistol near Wtolterboro. Bissllieu es caped, but John Small and Walter Graham, charged with being accessories, have been committed to jail. * * * Clay Company Suffers Fire Loss. Tbe 22-room hotel and st^era! outbuildings at the kaolin mines of tho Pope Clay Product Company, two miles from Aiken, were burned at an early hour of the morning recently. The loss is $5,000, partially insured. * Courts Will Convene. The summer term of the court of common please at Laurens will convene Monday, July 11th, with Judge George W. Gage presiding. The jury vmiiros are now hoini* srvvwI Tlir> court of general sessions will meet two weeks later, July 25tli. '<*> < t * * Boll Worms Discovered. The pest which has been threatening the cotton crop of the section around Newberry has been characterized by J. ^V. Bauer, of Columbia, as the boll worm. It ia...

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. — 13 July 1904

Planting Berry 3ushes. Do not i)lnnt. berry bushes along a fence. The^ are bard to keep clean at the best, and the difficulty is Increased when they can be got at from one side only. I J Plymouth Rocks. There seam to be but few other varieties in the product of American skill in breeding that can be put on the markets in this country with so much pride as the Plymouth Hocks. There are only two or three others that are received from our shores by foreign fanciers with such favor. The strongest proof of the superiority of this breed is that it has successfully stood the boom of a score of new varieties and has met and vanquished inferior ones and still lives. Other breeds have their booms, but the Plymouth Rock ' eeps on Its steady course, winning greater and greater popularity with each succeeding year. This favor has been won by merit, and by merit it retains what it has won. It is the farmer's favorite for meat, size, laying qualities, vigor and quickncss of growth. There are few b...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 13 July 1904

PicL.,5 Senlinsl-i PUUMSHMi KVl;i<Y WKDNEKD, UY The Sentinel-Journal C Thompson & Hichky, 1 j. l. o. tiioml'son, ku tiub6criptioi) 81.00 Per Ai Advertising Ritea Kntored at Plokou* 1'ontofllce h Mall Matter PICKENS, S. C. Wednesday, July 1)1, From Cateechee The far me re will boo Iny ii ^ by, llio old horsen turned out to graze. u weather has out the g.irc and the blaelt berries w gone, visiting will then I Crops are butter than up to the 8nmo tioie though they have bi'gui l'ft i n The Mis-H"8 Rarksdal vcn8,i Mips Philpot ol 1 and Miss Bowen of I'ieka Mrs. T. M. XorriH last \\ Mr. C . C. Wliitmire, < Oa., visited his brother, Whit mi re, of this place, ^lav and Sunday. enough to <y*casion any alarm among: the l'armf *J ? * vy ? Commits Suicide. At j Mirg William H. Lowe, 48 y*s)j 'lit watchman at the Whilr./ 'Ms, committed suicido' "If through the ^* pistol. No act. He nd gone pistol I'amily' mid to ne was os later id when i found a pistol Arson. son and urred in erry l...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 13 July 1904

'Pickens Sentinel-Journal. I ? - 1 "VL 1 . , L . ? Happenings ol a Local and Personal Nature. ? ? ?Iiontl R. C. Cftft^rs add ft bout bis great removal mile. ?Tho politost and most aoeablo Jfltt^theso days i? tho cantlidalo. on the 4th (nst., to Mr. ^ AUmiiwlni' o Oim ^K>urt convonos hero uext Monday we will bo glad to havo you call and seo us. ?Hevoral of our advertisers have changed thoir ads this week. Don't fail to read them. ?O, It. Parsons of Flowery Branch, Gn., visited bis fatlu r, Coroner 13. F. Parsons, last week. ? A child of Marion ltigdou, who lives at tho Poo Mill, was buried Sunday at Griffin church. ?Tho Hagood school, in district No. 38, will opon next Monday with Miss Lyda ltaukin as teacher. ??wl XT MM A T> XT T.I 1 ?it ml, uuu jjaio. a, xv. ir*. rui^oi, of Gaffney, visited tho family of Judge J. 13. Newberry last week. ?John Fields and Frank M. Garrison pnBsed tho successful examination for entrance at Cleinsou collego. ?'Squire W. C. Bramlett has moved to t...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 13 July 1904

A SONG FOR THE TV Wo trend n hotter earth to-day Thau that tho fathers know; A broader sky lino round* away To realms of deottor blue. Moro ample in the human right. More truo the human ken: Tho law ol' God has been a light To lead the lives of men. He led our generation on In mist of smoldering lire: To more than all the cc?uturh*8 gone The marching years aspire. Across the onward sweep of timo Wo strain our vision dim. And all tho ages roll and eiiinb To lose themselves in Him. J | ESTHERS ? I By HELEN FO ? Mr. Martin hail just come In to ten. It was one of those sultry summer evenings when the leaves hang stirstorm. lessly on the trees, and dull electric llres blaze along the east, foroboders of a storm. It had been very hot all day, the farm-hands had lagged at their work on the lowland meadow, and all the world's wheels seemed to revolve as if they were weighted. Mr. Martin was very tired, and withal, a little cross. Perhaps Mrs. Martin was tired, too. She, poor soul, had been ...

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 July 1904

DEMOCRATS Nati^ial Convention ' mm: Louis an P.IARK PFRMANFNT PHAIRMAN VMIII1I I blllllllllLII I U I llll llllirill First Day's Demonstration Was for Cleveland While the Second Day's Hurrahing Was Given Over to Bryan. Tho democratic national convention met in St. Louis Wednesday, listened to an extonded speech from Representative John Sharp Williams, ita temporary chairman; appointed tho committees necessary to perfoct a permanent organization, and adjourned. lu a session lasting two hours and fifty minutes one striking incident overshadowed all other proceedings. That was the enthusiastic and prolonged cheering which greeted the name of Grover Cleveland. While the outburst which greeted the name of the former democratic president before its last syllable had fallen from the lips of the temporary chairman, was noteworthy in itself, it was magnified by contrast with the greetings accorded the actual persons of mc^ji who stood for all that has been opposed to Mr. Cleveland within the ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 13 July 1904

t ANKLY OWNED KIS FAULTJ Incident of Kocont Occurronco Illustrating F vouch Army discipline j ?A Grenadier's Offense. I , Although thero has boen complaint of late about ti growing lack of discipline in tho rnnka of tno French army, tho demoralization ban not. It la bv llovod, progressed seriously, as tho following incidents, 'coming from u French naval port, will Illustrate: A frnnornl nnlrtinrr n }>lo)i ^mninnrl made hla appoaranco a few duya ago at. tho barracks of nu Infantry roglmcnt, whlcb, in obedience to hla orders, was promptly drawn up In the yard. Then he explained the reason in a brief addross. He Bald that as bo was walking in tho town attlrod in mufti on tho provious (lay a man holonging to the corps, who wan tho worao for liquor, aecoBted him rudely and askod him to stand him n drink. "Lot him stop out of tho ranks," bo cfencludod. Immediately a bugler emerged, and, saluting, said: "It is I. mon general." Tho incident Is characteristic and apropos of It one Is remi...

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