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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 10 August 1904

'""TTutft^ WW\ lbis ,0d \\ 1m I * . mDv 119^ !ft i'l Sora? vAin | CeoUftV NVaS rCh l,rcU ill v t t G?*ftV,*y' r!1' f** | ft Bram,olt V"it0'A"F"?. V ' ti?0 . r.Ch Jrci!, I oroo,lvi, T V rot s-r! ? J to OoU^'V" xt was J ?a.'?ft44?wJS?' ?cri Hi . ^ . w\v .*CJ. Jj. OUlGUMn /?artcb, .conscience, at id of Greenwood to attend court. ' ?Mr. and Mrs. Jouca Fuller, of11, the Mauley, wero in Pickens Friday. ,vyjs ?W. H. Ambler, of Greenville, on a brief visit to relatives in Pioken?.;, tho ?Mre. Thou. Bolding is ill witb|l'tl"^ typhoid fever at the homo of 15. F. :rsion MoDaniel. ?Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Brea ;""t,VJ z?n!e, of Bolton,jnie visiting rolativeeVnlonin PickeDB. I c sec?Jamoa Hadhos una sister, Mistmbera Annie, of Riebllind, uro visiting thinH>a.r^ family of Maj. Jl J. Lewis. fcccdes ?G. Carl Lhtimor, of Chester, is'. {}x\"(\ on a visit to the family of his brother*mg of in-law, Prof. W. E. Dendy. J them ?Willie ClinBttfin, wjio is teaching [j1 L~ tlie summer sessioii^Of tho Antioeb...

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. — 10 August 1904

CONGRESSMAN AIKEN'S CAMPAIGN SPEECH Third District Representative Tells of His Stewardship. SOME OF THE THINGS HE HAS DONE. A Strong and Clear-Cut Contrast of the Principles of the Republican and Democratic Parties. Following is a full report of \he a<L mirable speech delivered by Congressman Aiken at the campaign meeting here on Wednesday: Mr. Chairman: It is with pleasure that 1 return to you, mv fellow citizens. to thank you for the honor con ferret! upon me. You are the arbiters of my ofllclal conduct, and it is for you to say whether or not 1 have nerved you satisfactorily. That 1 have served you faithfully and conscientiously I have the answer of an approving conscience; but it is up to you to say whether or not this service has been acceptable, and whether our compact shall be renewed. In the language til Dickens. I assure you "Hakius is willing." 1 wish to subserve the best interests of my people in all things, even to the extent of accepting retiomination. Before touchin...

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. — 10 August 1904

ir/ I v &j;;. wy:; Vt'.v ' A SERMON ?OR SUNDA1 AN ELOQUENT DISCOURSE BY BISHO^ E. C. ANDREWS. Subject: "Chrlntlnnlt.v nn?l I.ovo"?Ch :ircl? MliiUtr ntloim Should lio l)lr< ct?<t Toward I'lcclii); tlio Kimmn So il of Thnt HcHIkIuicfh AVHIcli it Inlirri nt. Brooklyn. N. Y.?Bishop K. O. Andrews, of the Methodist Episcopal Ch irch, preached Sunday morning in the Central Congregational Church. His subject was: "Christianity and Love." The text was from I Timothy i:3: "Now the end cf the v confttfanfitoumt .is charity out of a pure heart. an?l of la croofl" -conscience, arid of faith unfeigned!." Bishop Andrews f&id/. Every careful reader of the English Bible takes knowledge of the fatft that the English language, like every other living , lansunge. is iti process of changc. Ho knows tne significance vl words ns well ns their form,occasionally their order changes. Helreaa*, for instance. in the Psalms: "My! heart is fixed, oh (!o<l, my lieai t is fixed," and he reincmhcra...

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. — 10 August 1904

v V ."'I-' .' % , , MAKING OF ORIENTAL RUGS. AwtUu TmU Now Dominate* ths Otfl of Artistic Product That la OtaturlM Old. ? ' "From mi artistic point of view it flaay Mem absurd, but it Is nevertheless truo that American taste dominates the output of Turkish rugs," said a man who h&l tnmla a alttHw #UIxAAuMfi.l products of the orient, to a Philadelphia Record reporter. "Any importer will bear me out in this. Of course, inasmuch as the Armenians and Turks who make these rugs hare no power looms on which to reproduce exact copies, 11 would Ma?i ridiculous to suppose that more than one rug of the same pattern and design could be turned out. But the American dealer haa learned to know pretty much what aovt of rug appeal* to the American buyer, and he says to hie a#ent on the other side: 'Make me a lot of rugs that look as much like thi? as poMlble.' 80 the native weavers, on their hand looms, do their best to copy the colors of a special design that is put before them. This handicaps ...

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. — 17 August 1904

^PICKENS * SENTINEI -JOURNAL. " Catered April 28,1906 nt PickeuB, 8. O., rb necoml olnnH 8, 1879. VOL XXXIV PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, W 1904. NO. 10 . ? \ RUI (/ - Our RU II ^'nc 's l\ T^M)* especially )j r/M anc^ ^c f/ II \\ will i 11 ten 11 L- S> ^r00tl \i Syringe // A good \\ tain Syr u Pickens Di If ?Drugs i yi N. B.?Our air (I want and LP: A Great Opportuni A AT A 1 If You Don't take 277 acroa within 3 milon of balance iu original forest. Fin plenty oi water. Terms to suit 00 acres good farm land on known as the John Kada place. One acre lot with good i Pickens. This ia a regular ana ctckis. C4 11# y D. HOI REAL ESI Offloe ftt Depot. I PICKEi % PICK C CAPITAL \ J PROFITS \ DEPOSITS J WE PAY INTKRIC ? MAKK LOA: m By Careful and cons M Hank largely increases J We solicit your busi ^ every reasonable accot i.1 II: Receiv Window Shr Iron Beds, Wo Springs, Stoves, Lamps, Lanterns, ai tides about a Home or on ns and look through < cost nothing lor you in showing yc. you L c V - ...

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. — 17 August 1904

^ '' *' ^' V V ' i;V' - * ' / ?:* ' ? V-41 ' * N . , , ?? / REFLECTION. Wh&t is the work 1 have douo today? IIp.vu 1 let t u mark upou t lit- way? A kindly word, or u pieasaut uiullo That has lingered in some heart awhile? Straightened a path or a erooked road. Lightened the weight of u weary load; Into the Shadow oi someone's night Bent even a tiny ray of light? Or have 1 loitered upon the way. And left iny debts for others to pay? Taking the good that has come to ine. And careless what ot hers' rights may he. ? Hani s Horn. S n-> T T T -> T ^ X T T~v 6 I infa\u ) i OF { * A RAINBOW. J The sudden summer shower was over and two children stood on tho hotel veranda gazing wistfully at the glorious bow that spanned the sky. "I wish we could touch it," the girl said longingly; "it Is the most beauti- , ful thing in all the world." "Well, ' the boy returned practically, "I don't care much about touching it, but I'd be mighty glad to find the end of thai rainbow." "Why? "Don't ;...

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. — 17 August 1904

% SHI Train Crashes Thr rying Scores C L,^ H BSlRENDItiG CRIIlSTROPHf Thre2 Coaches Plunge Into Raging Waters of a Deep Gorge on the . Denver and Rio Grande Road. A speelnl from Pueblo, Colored >, says: One of the moat terrible cat.is trophes of the Arkansas Valley happened at an early hour Sunday nigiit wht-n train No. 11 of the Missouri Pacific, known i>s the "Yvorld's Fair Flyer," which runs over the Denver tcvd Rio Grande tracl<3 b t'.veon Pueblo and Denver, rrjshcd through a bridge over an arroyo or (try creek, noar Eden, about eight miles irotn Pueblo. It is estimated '.hat of the 125 passengers on board the ill-fated train, between 80 and 100 lost their lives, either under the waters of the raging torrent, or beneath the wreckage. Upon the c vs reaching Pueblo. :i special train bearing all the available surgeons and the l'l I o Grande and Missouri Pacific officials lift for the scene. Horror Indescribable. The wreck proves to "novo boon 11:10 of the greatest railroul...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 17 August 1904

I *' 1 -? 1 " Picks SiittSai. l'UI!.MHUi:i> MVEKY WKUNKHDAY MOUNIN0. BY The Sentinel-Journal Company. THOMI'SON & Hiohuv, Pltoi'8. .). o THOVIVSON, KDITOH. Snbsmiption 81.00 l'ur Annum. Ailvertisiug liuteH lU'iinoimhle. r.ntcrcil at I'ickfcifk I'oBtollUic us Swoinl Clnt-s Mall Matter PICKENS, S. <3.: WcdncMlur, .VU(i. IT, 1004. I bewail to think that Old lliddh wan 'lead, luit I s<>? she appeared in the last issue. Hurrah lor the, mr respondents, In regard to'what Blue Kyes pays about our mothers, wo cannot bo too good to them. We should obey our parents above all, but as- 1 have no mother now to speak kind words of connolation to in a T li <1 irn t /I t\ l ? 1 til ltiki* f i \ f . , 111*7 j nu yq ?* viu?vi tvi v j who is, except God, my truest guide, but mother 1 ???>Is the truest ol all the family. If ho many! young mon who are in the world ' today that lire ou the road t<> their doom, had obeyed their dour mother's kind words they would have boon in so...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 17 August 1904

I "W*' ' Pickens .Sealinel-JoumaL . I , ?? ? HapDHinss ol a Local and Personal Nature. ?Mr: lieego Bo wen spent Tuesday iu town. > ?Tho longest pole gets the per. sinunon on the 30th. ?Prof. John E. Hooil, of Viueloud spout Saturday iu Piokens ?J n in oh P. Caroy, Esq., is spendr ing a few days at Tftte Springd. || an(^ Mrs. J. F. Banister, I j\r, . & Hpont Sunday at Mr. It. A. Bowen's. I ?Miss Vivian Folgor, of Eueley, is visiting tho Misses Folgor this weok. i \ ?Yon cAn got Coat's thread at 50 cents per dozen spools at Carter's, Liborty. ?Earlo Lewis, of Greenville, spent Sunday with tho family of his father, Maj. J. J. Lewis. ?Ambler Gilreath, of Greenville, is on a visit to Pickens. Ho camo over in his automobile. < tj1-- /ii ni ? x-ui omu *jueu|) -1 wo second hand gius, ami otio preflK; nil in good i order. J5. E. Grandy. ?Walter W. Griflin, of Greenvillo is spending a brief vacation iti Pickens with his mother, MrH. Flora Griffin. ?Tho young prople of the (own had a...

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. — 17 August 1904

/ ST. LOUI NEW YOF FAIR Addison Steele. After a at Mahy Feature H. ADDISON STKKLK, n ^ j. well-known newspaper ami 2 "If 7JT Z magazine writer, oi New y IV| H York, recently spent a week p at the World's Fair. R?s wov turning liorne, he wrote thu following appreciative ac/?AIin# i-*f Kin > i - C 1 >? I- 1? 1 - ? ? wui,l?' ??* iui diiujrivii liiic, which should convince any reader that it is worth his while to see this greatest of expositions: In the expressive language of the day, St. Louis "Idis the goods." 1 had expected much of the Louisiana Purchase Imposition, for I had kept in touch with tin; making of it from its very inception, live yearp ago; but after nearly a week of journeying through this new wonderland I must confcss that in every essential particular it is far beyond my expectations. The biggest ami best it was meant to he and the biggest and host it is. The exposition, rumors notwithstanding, is <|Uite finished. Those who imagine that the Columbian Expositio...

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. — 17 August 1904

I f' I * I A SERMON FOR SUNDAY | AN ELOQUENT DISCOURSE ENTITLED. ."THE INDUSTRIAL CONFLICT." I / Th? Itev. John I?. Lone .Glvea 80111? Wliolosouie Advice About l'rcvcntl)?y Vroblenm-The Onuses of Discontent it iid tlio ltomedtet. Babylon, L. I.?In the old First Presbyterian Church here, Sunday morning* the Kov. .John 1). Long, pastor, prcachea on "The .Industrial Conflict." The toxt ' was from Kcclesiastes ii:22: "What hath a man for nil hit* labor?" Mr. Long said: f'' The writer of this te^t was asking as to "' / r A the rewards of life. Lot us accommodatc ! tn ?lio \ -l wuiuvb I1VH vttigillK UftWCl'll cup* itftl and labor. H is the old question of the lnborer and his hire. What are the teachings of Holy Writ on the question? Here, as elsewhere, we believe that the Gospel applies, for as Kuskin suggests, the (Jospel bears upon life at every point, and is cither good for everything 01 fcood for nothing. Civilization is based upon labor?human, animal, mechanical. What we call capital...

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. — 17 August 1904

j-.^^untcd WA?hli.(fton'? ** * ' | *he bumboftt vroman, is i the. title applied to an odd creature who hfufe been haunting the tSVoahingtoti navy yard for the I; past 40 veai'8. says the Washing oil Post. Her name is Kate Koyal, ami as far hack and further than the oldest mail connected with the yard eao remember, Kate has been making her daily trip* with her basket of candy, fruit and notioiiB to sell to the sailor# who'visit Washington on Uncle fern's boats. Knfy has a speaking acquaintance with all the great men of the army and navy. She has letters and jprcftents from most of them, including <).inirals Dewey, Sampson and Sohiey. Kate made her llrst visit to the yard during the civil war. She was a young woman in those days, and her bright Irish ways made, her a great favorite. In later years, whet) ago began to creep: upon her, she began to form an opinion tha< she was an active and indispensable part of the navy. She considered herself an enlisted person ami becnine as de...

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. — 7 September 1904

, , < / ^ . . , ; ' ^ ; ^ J ( ^ ^ ' PICKENS SENTINEL-JOURNAL. Eutered April 2!J, 19013 nt Pickens, S. 0., ns second olnss mutter, under net of Congress of Miireli 1879. VOL XXXIV . PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEHBER 7, 1904. NO. l4 prj " (I A, Our Rl ! Vl tSp line is all especially i/rf ily and Vo f \\ will intere .. - ^ A tfood 11 Syringe LA good tain Syri Pickens Di Drugs ? N. H.?Our ain want and 1?" s ^ ^ JU %J i A Great Opportune A AT A 1 If You Don't take 277 acres within ii miles of balance in original forest. Kin plenty of water. Tonus to en it 00 acres good farm land on known as the .John Kads placo. Old School House and oiu* ac iV^ t'>wu For a very small atne ?v %^otiB<f>. i'rioe $1,000. i . /\ . \ A- ? ?ll 1 Iv'lie stcro mt wiui goon . IMckone. This is ;i regular ana * ... gota it. J. D. HO ! ltKAIi KS' OHior lit Depot. j 1 \ PICK I C CAPITAL || J PROF3TS I\ DEPOSITS ? % WK PAY INTKR1.\ jtA By Careful and cons M Hank largely increases ff Wc solicit y...

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. — 7 September 1904

GREAT BATTLE IS ON Forces of Kuroki and Kuropatkin Get Together. CONFLICT TO THE DEATH Decisive Engagement of the War ia Conceded to be On and Results are Awaited With Greatest Suspense. Associated Press advices form St. Petersburg, under date of August 31, are as follows: Tho great battle of Liao-Yang, which began early Tuesday morning, raged throughout the day with increasing intensity .but un to this hour no further official details beyond the two brief telegrams given out in the afternoon have been received by the j war office. Every confidence ;is expressed in | General Kuropatkin's ah.'Mty to meet I the. Japanese assault ground of nis ' own choosing, but th. is hungrily ! awaiting further news of the progress of the fight. The Japanese forces gaged in this battle can only be mated here, but they are bflieved to number about 200.000 men. General j Kuropatkin is known to have six army ) corps besides 147 squadrons of cavalry I in which great confidence is reposed, ' bringing tip...

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. — 7 September 1904

RUSSIANS FJ ** i I ? Kurppatkin's Formi< Yang are B OWN IS bVflUUflltU "1 -y Retreat is Reported as Being in Progress?Greatest C011lliet in World's History - in Point of Numbers Engaged. Thursday's news from tho seat cf war closed with tho receipt of two dispatcher, giving Infonnatloa of a -??'" ? it a httarintt mo&l Hlgllllicaui Vimiuvw. _ 011 the domination of Manchuria at tho close of tho present campaign. Tho first came from the Associated Press correspondent at St. Petersburg, filed thoro at 10:10 p. m., and said that General Kuropatkin had withdrawn his whole army to the north bank of the Taitse river, so as to 'meet OenqraJ KuroUJ'a Clinking movement. Tho Inference drawn from this dispatch was that I/.ao-Yang had been evacuated, that city lying on the left or south bank of the river. Noth iiig to vonilrni tniB waa ret?ivuu uum several hours later, when a dispatch from tho Associated Press correspondent at St. Petersburg, date 1 September 2. and timed nt l:2f> a. m.,...

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. — 7 September 1904

Mm SsaM-Jouml.:: S?t? .1 .1*111-:>? kvi'.iiv wi-:i?xi'.?i?AV mojininu. Tho Ccntinel-Journal Company. | I llOMl'HON & KieUKY, I'HOI'B. Bubmu-iptiou $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Butoe Reasonable Kiiterc*] ?t iMokena 1'ontoaice as Second OlaM , Mat! Matter 1 riCKKNS, S. C.: I ; I * Wednesday, September 7, 1004. | THE ELECTION. The primary election, just passed, ! was a very quiet one, notwitbstand- , ing the vote cast was the largest over ( . polled in tbe county, it being 280^ jih against 23GI in tbe last pritunn-. In the election for State officers in this 0'iunty, I ley ward received 2778, as did all the other candidates who were unopposeJ. FVtr fluilrond (liimmisnmnni' (' . sler received 104; Earle, 501; Evaoh, 178; G'urin, 115; Gignilliat, 140G; .Ylnblty, 382. In tbo olcction for magistrates for the various township*, there waa n good deal of spirit and opposition, uud, in several townships, tbe race will have to be made over. For Pickens, J. F. Harris received 251; and W. ...

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. — 7 September 1904

11 ? * i L -Senator O. U. Uarpfinterwas in f y '^V F?irfay. Ho has recontly re turnotl fi^tn nn onjoyublo trip to tho | hu! Fair at St. Louis. , 2 I UJJO werti v ,'\ I .. (,^1) le,*4t lijivn tbo oouROlfttion of I t'ley were- in the inn 1 1 I l'10h0 who filao run. " \tn. I>. W. Hiott has grown an . f4bor novel variety of raornis# <. I want to HoaKon, which ia ns bonnti-. * i \\ am w fi te u Um a Urj?e 0Pim - price. H<l,yni ftU<j the biootuH (jrow in 1.50 hat for '"Juak-rprnBcnting a gorKeon^ " vill sell you <)(f . ] jut. the. lye* i I'. r)rtvo Blinsingijmn, of Van 1 int/fl tO ??<-'1 1 <"?'* 'he 17th ?U*. t 1 * U'rinuJUs yh< wuk born in ( ^Cw' |jf " < "nutty,, bfll warrnrt in j | 1 K nnothe p--one tca!ek with a iiu-a<* pan, In") wfl It he buy the grunt:* itowi tl;c tvls- i Brum, another, with n "nnll pan, j bich he the-gfrpci to the hou<eApil the Kitt? begins ti> |?ny his in debited coin, ah'l honesty .in?l inty and jv?Rlico are being cxterminMind t...

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. — 7 September 1904

# Very Odd Mistakes That We All Make. =? m?& & SK#)j0tQtCI(*CMY many buttons have you <?"*- on your waistcoat? This ^ | -l $ Is no catch, just a stiuplc ** ** nuostlon, and If you can 3fcjK2ICtOICK.fc answer it without count ing, wuy, it snows tnat yon possess powers of perception above the a vein Re. It is an absolute fact that nine iuen out of ten cannot tell offhand how many buttons there ?n> on the garment they put on every morning ami tak> off every evening, says Pearson's Weekly. This is just oik* of those things which exemplifies how absolutely most people fail to cultivate their powers of observation. Here is another: A watch is a fairly familiar object, yet if you are asked whether the numbers on tin; face correspond with the ltoman numerals what would you say? Ninety-nine persons out of a hundred wouUl answer "Yos." Yet the ninetynine would bo wrong. Tlie symbol for four is not the customary IV., but 1III. One cowld multiply such instances to sinned any ex...

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. — 7 September 1904

\ SERMON FOR SUNDA1/ ftfi ELOQUENT DISCOURSE ENTjTLEP, "REWARDS OF RIGHTEOUSNESS."; the Iter. I>p. N. Mcflce Wn??m Rays Tliut If You Would Attnln Eurtlily Prosperity Christ Mmt Ho Your Tencher-The Truo 1* rescript Ion For All t$rl?olar?tili>. BnooKLYN, X. Y.?Dr. >T. McCiec Waters, pnstor of the Tompkins Avenue ('onereg:itio:ml Chufcli, took as his subject Sunday morning, "Rewards of Righteousness." His text Was from Matthew vi: S3: "Seek ye lirst the kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all these th'ngs shall be added unto you." l)r. Waters said in the course of his excellent sermon: From the beginning until now man's search has been for the golden age. Sometimes he named it the Golden Fleece: sometimes Ifoiv Grail. Plato urnnliooinrl it in a'republic yet to/be. Hunyan. after 11 weary?pilgrimage, found it beyond the J)electat>Ie Mountains. Hacon saw it in Atlantis, rising out of the midst of nn unbailed sea. It .3 always afar oil and in the future. Like the pot of g...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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