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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 27 July 1904

f PICKENS SENTINEL-JOURNAL Entered April 23,1903 at Pickens, 8. C., an seoond class matter, under not of Congress of Marob 3, 1879. r1 * 1 1 ; l' *"} " ' ? tf|QL. XXXIV PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 27, 1904. ? m W. T. MoFAI.L, President I PICKEN 1 PICKE I - CAPITAL W PROFITS ft DEPOSITS WE PAY INTEREST MAKE LOANS MB b by Careful and constar Bank largely increases e\ W i- We solicit your busine: L every reasonable accomo |Discoui B D ^ or ^le next thirty day; u the regular price the fo \ One hundred and eiglv Worsted and Cheviots ml leans. Sizes 34 to 42. Sixty-eight young men Ij years. Two hundred r. pants, suits sizes 8 to 1 Ij Sixty childrens suits, a? IC All Straw hats at half j II and all Panamas at $5, If These goods are from and oiie-third oft the 1 A clothing buyers very ch II No alterations.paid for mm. suits, and the terms on ||Smith& Etf LEADING ( B\\ dC Greenvi R- ., ?-4 Spring & < ?DRY G ^ I am now roady with a compl< ooda, Notions, Men's nnd Wo...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 27 July 1904

bide vourt tim;. When fortune (reats Vou slightingly And everything goes wrong. Remember that you still ary free 'lo lnbor and be ?trong. To him who bravely does hia part j Misfortune in no crime. Just hold your grip and keep up heart ^ And learn to bide your time. ( , The surest road to greatness lies ! Through hard and patient work. j The glorious r ,me that never dies ' Comes not unto the shirk. 1'aine sits upon an eminence, A pinnacle sublime. lie who would win must seek her thence, i Strive on and bide his time. The man of hope and energy, Who keeps one ?oal in eight, [Who goes his way with constancy, Will Hom? time will llm finlil The man whose life a glorj' lends To every nge and clinic Is he whose purpose never bends, Who works and bides his time. Go onward. O'er the future'* hills The <law 11 falls cool and sweet. Go onward, lie can win who wills And bows not to defeat. Go onward though your path may lie Through calumny and slime. The way will brighten by and by. Go on a...

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. — 27 July 1904

| iViARGH ON IVlUKDEN | Through Broken Lines Japs Move Toward Russian Base, LEFT FLANK CRUSHED ^0^ >' ? i J-' ' %atii ii uuu IM .e e.^Unrl A?I yi in iibim w o ui fciiyiwiiM, Hgi^^'A^glze and Make Amends for Bf ^ekxure of Malacca?Preliminary Answer Made. According to a delayed Associated Pross report, news was received in Llao Yang on July 20 from Ta Tche Klao that the Japanese had broken through the Russian left , llank biv twoen Lieutenant General Keller's position and that of General Ronnenkampff, and that they were marching on to Mukden. Report Confirmed. A London dispatch says: Accord Ing to a dispatch from Moscow, the Ilussky Listok, of that city, confirms tho Associated Press report from Liao ' \ fang that the Japanese havo broken through tho Russian left flank and axo marching on to Mukden. ( Fisherman Disseminates News. \ A speoial of Thursday from Toklo says: A fisherman reports that tho Vladivostok squadron was off Miyako Wednesday going in a southeasterly direction at ...

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. — 27 July 1904

v k ??? * ^ jy-1 Pickffjs'- Seatinsl-Jcui puhmshed eve11y wedne8day mo BY The Sentinel-Journal Comp; Thompson & Ricuey, Pnors j. l,. o. thompson. euitob. Snbscriotiou 81.00 Per Auuuiu, Advertising Rutes Ream Entered at Pickens l'ostofllce as Seeoi Mali Matter PICKENS, S. C. : Wednesday, July 27, 15)04 And \>ows iidt fo ifPFPal,' Go onward though your path may lie Through calumny and (dime. The way will brighten l>y and l>y. I.Jo on and bide your time. 'And when the fight at last is o'er, The toil at last, is done; When standing <jn life's farther shore, licncath Iter setting sun; Beyond the future's unharred gate, The bells of heaven chime; And justice, love, and glory wait For him who bides his time. h ?Denver News. THE LONG NEW CHUM By HOWARD MARCH. HE big cliuni wasn't Ions in ^ getting the hang or things. O | p Ho was a Rood shot to begin with, ninl kept us fairly well supplied with game and kangaroo tail soup. Jackson, our boss, had fixed the name of Cropper on ...

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. — 27 July 1904

w Pitkits Snitl-kml. HaDDenlngs ol a Local and Personal Nature. s # ?Mre. W. L, Jenkins is visiting relatives in Greenville. ?W. W. White, of Audetfcon, spent Sunday in Piokens. ?Don't forget the meeting of tlio W. of W. next Saturday night. V ?Miss Lucy Hegood, of Binning{ hatn, is on a visit to relatives in Pick pns. ?LeKoi and Bruce Boggs linvo returned from n visit to friends in Greenville. ?Miss Lila Harris is on a visit to ber friend, Miss Mamie Wagner, at Saluda, N. O. ?Mr. and Mrs. J. McL). Jiruco \ are viewing the beautiful Sapphire country this week. ?Olerk of Court A. John Boggs is rapidly recovering from a severe attack of typhoid fover. ?As the time for tho elnction itrnwn nnofflr t.lin nniuliilntn'u rrri it grows longer and stronger. ?Mrs. K. H. Curotou will very Boon remove to Qroenvillo county nud make hor homo with her father. ?You can find a real nico assortment of Corbitt ai)d Hummer buggies and surreys at Carter's, Liborty. -?Misses Esther and Winona Carey, of Lo...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 27 July 1904

Bv'" ? O J ..The.. J 4 KIDNAPING BRIGANDS * J OF MOROCCO. I A big International row was created by the kidnaping of Ion Perdlcarls, an American citizen, and Cromwell Varley, his English stepson, by lluisonll, the Moroccan brigand. Warships were sent to Tangier, and all kinds of press ure was exerted to compel the Sultan to obtain the release of the captives, .who were held, under threats of death, unless a heavy ransom be paid and other demands be compiled with. That the kidnaping is likely to lead to a crisis in the affairs of Morocco Is very generally believed. The present situation is a demonstration of the Instability of the present government, and Is expected to spur European governr - MRmmmm ? jsl ' f-' JSuKSkbL f I ^ ' i? * u i- W kr t v / A TYPICAL IJHKiA ments to action. Morocco lias a popwlation estimated by some at O.'lUO.ODO. Nv The Sultan of Morocco claims to be thlrtr.clvtli in irntn ItNilSimih the daughter of the prophet. His authority is absolute ami not modified, as...

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. — 27 July 1904

'A SEliMON FOR SUNDAY A STRONG OlS'tjOORSE ENtlTLfp, LOVE FOR MAN.** i , > r : ???? The Rev. Dr. Ilohert Kokni Delivers Thotightfiil And, Convincing Addrem Vrcliit III to Abjure SelflHTuicsn und Aslinsllim-Obrltt the lJeul. . BnooKLYW, N. Y.?Sunday morning the Rev. Dr. Robert Rokom. rector of the Church of the Good Shepherd, preached -a thoughtful and convincing berinon on "God's T/Ove For Aran." The texts were from John iii: 16: "God so loved the -world that Ho gave Ilis only begotten Son, that whoso believeth on Hun, might not perish, but have everlasting life," and Mark ix:24: "Lord, I believe, help Thou mine unbelief." Dr. Rogers said among other things: I I begin our thought this morning with the ureat declaration of the beloved Apostle John who, batter than any other of Christ's disciples, understood the vital meaning underlying the Master's life. Jesus was to John a distinct personality with whom he was acquainted, a man amonx men, but He was more than this. He was also at...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 27 July 1904

MONEY IN BEEKEEPING. , Quad HhuIU with a Home Aplur? fWbioh W?? Mannued Wisely < - ; . and Mysteiuntlcwlly. The hives used wore made to order, l'hey hold GO Langstroth frames jrusswist: und are expressly used for extracted honey. The totul coat of the hives, fixtures and house watt $125, not counting the been. The top row of hives rents 011 a frame just tiigli epougb ho 1 can raise the c'ov;;rs and look into them comfortably, la the interim- view shown; the other row restH 011 the floor. The hiveu are only one story, ho there is no use for queen excluders and no tiding up to he done. The hive entranees match the corresponding slots In the side of the 'louse and when the bees enter the lot or entrance they go direct into INTSHIOH OF IjJtjUSE AI'IAHY. their respective /niveu. Encli nlternute entrnnei/ notice In painted a lurkcr coi< /'for the purpose of helpliir t)i<> limu i t\ tn n t*l/ tYiitir* liivn ' h v"v' ' fx-v" vw ...... .x ,..x .. .... v. x Tho bee house was built...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 3 August 1904

f PICKENS SENTINEL-JOURNAL . J Eutoreil April'23,1U03 nt PickouB, 9. C., na soooml olaiw mnttor, uuder not of Congrons of Mimih 3,1879. vot XXXIV / . PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, AUQUST 3. 1904. NO. o -:j, 1 ' Heal Estal tfow is the time t.o invent ii ' it go< ' 277 acrea within 3 miles of ? ^balance in original forest. Fin* plenty of Water. Torms to suit (50 acres good farm land on known as the John Eads place. One acre lot with good fi Pickens. This is a regular ana] gets it. J. D. HOI * HEAL EST Offloo at Depot. * V W. T. McFALL, v..^. *.tM President | PICKEJ \ PICKI C CAPiTAL J PROFITS \ DEPOSITS 1 WE PAY INTEREJ H i MAKE LOAf % By Careful and const W Bank largely increases < W We solicit your busir every reasonable accon | Discou M For the next thirty d; ... wt the regular price the i ? One hundred and -eU . c Worsted and Chevio . \ ,i (( leans. Sizes 34 to 4 .j Sixty-eight young 111 years. Two hundred j 7) ? pants, suits sizes 8 to /, // ^ Sixty childrens suits, ^...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 3 August 1904

THE WA^ Looking on the failing flowers, Shabby white and rusty red, Done with suns and winds and showers; "That's the way of joy," he said. Hut she laughed and touched his hand: "Dear, you do not understand." "See!" he cried, and took a rose, Ruinous, but hoping on. ".lust a breath, and so -it goes! There's a joy of our life gone!" Vol vt.o liiurlxi.l !?rwl t.,II,I I.;* Iiiinil "Dear, you do not understand." I A CLEVER obnobsob aag rfl By HARRY Jit, AN MOYNIIIAN was n elever scoundrel. EveryO j | (i body admitted it, from the 7[ oil Cherry street neighbors, who remembered? ami not with pleasure?bis boyish depredations, to gonial Frank Walker, who, after four years' faithful service at police duty, had been promoted by the decease of old Ned Tyler to the enntninev of Ktntion I ,t _ Captain Walker was youn.tr, in fact, ^H niily thirty, and perhaps that was tlie reason he took it so hard. It was tough, though, that two mornings after his appointment, he should wake to lind that the big...

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

{ V A SYMPATHY STRIKE i Swells Opposition to Packers . / to Immense Proportions. I BITTER FIGHT IS MOW ON Many Allied Trades Cast Fortunes With Meat Cutters and Thirty j ^ Thousand ''Workers aro Idle. FaCrters arc Not Worried. A Chicago apoclal says: With all peace negotiations broken off and with all the all.ed trudej unions employed a* the different plants, with the exception of t.he teamsters and the stationary engineers, out on strike in ' Sympathy with the butcher workmen, who quit wcrk two weeks ago, tho stock yards strike Monday ,had nettled Cowu to what promises td bo one of tho bitterest iightj between capital and labor in the history of America. As nas been threatened for some tlmo, !V) allied trades employed in the pack ng industry quit work when called on to asa: the striking butch* I ers in tlieir efforts to bring tho packers to terms. In several instance* the men did not wait for the official notification from their leaders to go on Htrlke, hut threw down their tools a...

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. — 3 August 1904

Fickoas Soatinel-Journal. FUH.'JHHKU KVK11Y WKDNKHDAV MOHNINO. BY The Sentinel*Journal Company. Thompson & Ricuby, l'nors. ^ J. L. O. THOMPSONi Kditok. Subscription $1.00 Per Auuum. Advertising Kutes lleaaouiible. Kutored at Ptckena l'oitoflics hh Second Class Mail Matter PICKENS, S. C.: Wednesday. AIM J. 8, 1004. (p* Tho Prime Minister of Russia wns blown up the othor day with ft bootu. There will be some toll blowing in Pickens county until about August 30, Jbut it is to l>e hoped nobody will get hurt. It is expcctod that the high gale that is now blowing will bo reduced to a plensnnt breeze on the afternoon of August 30. i ii i A committee of 125 leading lveJMmk publicans gently broke the news to *f- i> n t ? 'in ?a H iUI. IVUUHUVVll JltOl i.IlUiOVI(?J tIt kHIf;- I amoro Hill that he had boon nominated as the standard bearer of the , Republican party. Whilo it must have come as a great surprise, it is authoritatively roported that ho ' n smiled. Santos Dumont had his ai...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 3 August 1904

pf 1 BBkeiis Seniinel-JsuriiaL Kpentngs o( a Local and Personal Nature. would you HUo to bo >i bull Hat, anyhow? ?Mr. Herbert Parsons of Liberty, in town Moutlay. I"BB ?l*- l'ftyior will be 111 ins galJjm lory in Pickeus August 10. ijfl ?A number of candidates were in town Monday extending the "grand iW.re. II. L. Davidson, of Atlanta, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Dr- Wubb : this week. ? Miss Mary MoGuwan, of ttp r-1 tauburg, is visiting the Mihshs l'\>lg \ er this week. v 11 'i'Viday will ho rod Klt?ir day B| in (he educational history of .Six Mile( fl| A number of bpotikeiH have heeti in. \ vited, and us the people ^eiiorallv urn at leisure, a l>i?* crowd will no doul?l.; I attend. l'lie Six Mile people arc very much enthused over education, 1 ""in" lo see to it that their T i n hilVC- UlO l)U?t U!i l$Sl? !.? ] ! j : i I | i ? P. Eugene Alexander in sutlering tlio rneonvenienee of a Bevorul} Ji uprained ankle. The Hprajn was inI HipIoiI iliii imr n lirncl ic<( (riii.w&...

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. — 3 August 1904

In the Pu * GENERA] iThe Japanese Officer I Operations Aroui SPRING MATTRESS TO 1 ALL UN. Device Which Will Prevent Many Elevator AociJe:ils. A new lilV-s:iiuvr deviep, designed to prevent serious injury to ono mifortun.itc enough to fall down an elevutor shaft, has I>ee? made I>y .losi'ph <?. ltraneli, l iispi'i'toi' df Boilers and Klevators, and is shown herewith. 11 consists l" .1 woven wire net eovorllig the full opening of tlie well and supported just a hove the bottom hy sto.it arms, 'lhe whole is supported in an outxlretehed position under normal eireumstanees I>v a pair of springs. * " ' When the falling hod.v strikes the net the fall is broken I?v the eomhinrd ttclion of it and the springs. It will irive and sag to a i> >sition indicated. ;h? nnus llii'iiiM'lvi'.s dosing up srisinrs-liki>, us is shown, ami Wing ivlistml in this movement l?,v tlu? cum>rossion of springs. Tim pipi's arc ' <o h 13'N C-:' 1 s\ ... .?/ \X[WWj H1* it IN O MA riKi: :-.S ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 3 August 1904

r .. ? I P^SERMON FOll SUNDAY An eloquent discourse uy the rev. a. b. kinsolv1ng. Hiiililrcti "Tim Debt to Coenar mid to (Soil"?AVo Muitt Not IVniilt ll>v H "ilujo Muclilna" to Kmi Over Our Souls. H SiM m on 1 ,i" ' vinjr, rcctor of Christ Clr.i/cii, Clinton fetreet, Brooklyn, pre-ielied tiiere f morning in St. Andrew's y)une Church. JH His subject \vns "Our Debt to Caesar and I Our Debt to (Jod." His text was chosen ^^^^roni St. Matthew xxii:21: "lJemJor tin ! /-. unto Caesar the,> tilings which are ; and unto CJWd the tilings which arc God's." Dr~. Kirisolving said: Were ever words more palpably just and , fair? Could any statement he more calmly J I self-evidenoing? Could any disentanglef 1 rnent of tlie provinces of God and Caesar H I he more distinct, or any declaration of our 1 A respective <luty he more lucid? M"n have always hcen confusing these two 11?i11?s ?m their debt to Caesar and their debt to God --mixing up in some clumsy fashion the <in<; (W with the ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 3 August 1904

From Six Mile. For some reason unknown to me every oue of my communications shares its fate in the waste basket, * but nevertheless I will venture the attempt to write again, hoping it will make its appearauce in print. Some of tbe correspondents seem to think that B. has me in an atra* bilious and mulanoholy state of < mind, but let me assure you that ' my thought has not been nieta- ' phorioal. I have been vory prompt in replying to nil of B's. epistles, but I suppose the Editor judged , some of my communications indigestible for B. So as I now bnve tlie time and opportunity, I will explain to the readers the reason B. don't wan't to marry. Of course yon know B. is a bachelor ot unknown age, but we can recollect when we were quite small, B. was very popular with the young lading as we have Baid before, and wont to see a certain girl, who would have flirted with h .church steeple, and B., unexperienced, gavo her his whole heart, and the poor fellow was as happy as Adam and Kve i...

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. — 10 August 1904

f PICKENS SENTINEL-JOURNAL Eutoreil April 28,1905) at Pickcus, S. C., ns R&cnml olnpfi matter, rtruler net of CougresR of Mnroh 3, 1879. t VOL XXXIV PICKie^SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1904. NO. 10 t ^eal Estal Now iH tho timo to invest in it goo 277 acres within 3 miles of S balftnc!e*in original forest. Fine plenty of water. Terms to suit 00 ncres * good farm land on ! known ?b tfie John Kads j)lace. One ftcre lot with good 5 Pickens. This is a regular snay gets it. J. D. HOL UKAIi EST/ Office nt Depot, }W. T. McFALL, President ipiujvEr ,y^ " ' PICKI CAPITAL PROFITS DEPOSITS WE PAY INTERES MAKE LOAN Py Careful and const? Bank largely increases t We solicit your busin every reasonable acconi IIDiscoul V ^ oiiMJ*wU* A ?ftl '?^jt '^*<ty*'l^-,'-""Vl \S>^t\S<> ?jj L,rof'the next thirty da JW the regular price the ;C One hundred and eig Worsted and Cheviot U leans. Sizes 34 to 4; 4^n Sixty-eight young nu . j years. Two hundred **.* pants, r.uits sizes <S to j...

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

A FISHERMAN'S BOY. BT KHANK WAtCOTT Hl'TT. Down on 1113 string-picce perhaps ycu'Il find hint, Sturdy ond brave and brown, Leaving the world and its cares bcliind hint, Up in the fishing-town; Over and over his old hooks baiting, Just for a flounder or two in waiting. If he's r.ot there, then he's in his glory, Off in the outer bay. Paddling about in a patehed-up dory Half of a summer's day; Proudest of captains and erewr together, Gathering cargoes in any weatner. Out before daylight in every season, jvuwii 10 me waterside, Truly forecasting with sailor's reason Weather, and wind and tide; Happy, contented and glad sea-rover, Living the days of his grandsires over. 1 ISIDORE, THE * UNWASHED. By William II. Osborne. SI PGR SAL1XSKY slept ^ in a bathtub, ami. after all, ? I O he might li: n tie much ^ worse. Some tliere are who cannot sleep at all Some who I'm " iitft .>.,.1 ..... <1... tlie silken couch ol' euro. Sonic there arc who would sleep, hut who have no place wherewith...

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

BAD ROUT [ \ Decisive Battles Fin Victory fc i FURIOUS Eastern Army Flanked on Both Sides and Center Crushed? Vladivostok Fleet Returns After Cruise. An Associated Press dispatch from Toklo says: General Kuroki ha3 administered a severe defeat to the Rus elan forces which defended the Russian right flang at Liao Yang, winning separate actions at Yuohuiikzu and Yangse Pass. These two places arc twenty-six miles apart, but the two actions wore fought at the same time. I i The Russians held strong positions. Tho thermometer registered over 110 degrees Fahrenheit and the soldiers j suffered from heat exhaustion. .At Yushullkshu the Russians hi.l ? ' two divisions of Infantry an 1 some cavalry, with which they vicorouslv resisted the JtKpan98-> assaults. Both attacks wore begun at ''awn on Sunday, July SI. At Yusirullkshii the Japanese carried Hie Russian right , and left winga, but on account of tho j strength of the main Russian position i they were unable to pro33 the attack, i Tno...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 10 August 1904

I PiSliiSftiS Sentinel-Journal,.' pun. i-ju;i? 1:vkkv nvudnksuay mokni.no. | Tho Sentinel-Journal Company. Thomvkok & IIkmihy, Paul's. J. 1. <>. THOMI'SON. Kmrou. Subscription 1.()(> iVr Annum. Advertising Kites liiusonnbU j I'.ntorcil Rt I'ostotUce its Second Ulass I Mail M,.tl?r I I'H'KKNS, S. ('. : Wednesday, U'li. 10, 11)04. THE COUNTY FAIR. Anderson hlis ur^suiizijil a County . l'\iir Association tin* past week. A number ot the best nun in t in* oouti tv arc at the head of the enterprise and il is an assured Mticeosv,. Win can I I'ickc! s comity havo i C nnty Kin ' Tin- locai fair does morn for tin agricultural advance mend.fa community than any sin .1 : ...i I J ?I I Ul 1WII, 1' i* true t>i;? \ntei leans as a !)?'ini have we uied of World's Fairs <>1* K\j> '.sitions il ih not surprising' f 11 I I lie milliliters of the j^refit St. L mis I'',xposition mo complaining oT tin- small attendance. Those who arc able to attend such mammoth ex bibitions have be...

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