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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 14 September 1904

J PICKENS SENTINEL-JOURNAL. Entered April 903 at PiekeuB, S. C., as second class matter, under net of Congress of March 3, 1879. VOL XXXIV ' PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEHBER i4, 1904. NO. lit | nut f/ yC\ Our Ri: \>l line is a V\ ) especially >) $7 ilyand 11 \ will inter \ I i A KOCH (-')1 "'K' A good tain Sy ? Pickens D // ?^Drugs \\ N. B.?Our ai (I want aiu L 0 A Great Opportur AT A If You Don't take 277 acres within T- inilet* ?l balance in ori^ianl forest. Fi pionty 01 water. Terms to sin 00 acres good tarm land o known as the John Ends place i Old School House and one a m town. For n very small am house. Prica $ 1,000. Oho aero lot with good i'i?knns. This is a regular ?n guts it. >v j. d. ho ki:AL I> Oflloc at 1 >opot. 5W. T. JlcFAMi, l'rcsidonl I PiCKE \ PICI CAPITAL J PROFITS \ DEPOSITS j | WK PAY INTliRI # MARK LOi* i \L By Careful and con: \ C largely increase1 \ m! We. solicit your bus f I II 1 I < I 1 I II I 1 Window Sh 1 Iron Bods, \V< ...

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. — 14 September 1904

f J . i. ... , ; , . is nr you? Some ne's se'tvvh. sorr.p one's lazy; I c *s " vw"*t t i^wmu uui- s MJiwe ui rigni is nuty; * Is it you? 4 Some one liven a life of enae, i Doing largely an he please - ' *1 Drifting idly with the breeze; Is it vou? , Some on.-? hopes success will fun' him; Ik it you? Some one proudly looks behind him; I Is it you? Some one lull ot good advice >1 Seems to think it rather nice ? Jn a has-been's paradise? Is it you? ' / Some one trusts to luck for winning; ; Is it you? Some one craves a new beginning; j, Is it you? j Some one says: "J never had ? >Such a chnnee as . I ones' lad.v ? Some one's likewise quite a end? , Is it you? ' Some one's terribly mistaken; I, Is it you? 4 Some or.e sadly will awaken: Is it you? . Some one's workup on the plan That n masterful "I can" - IXx'Sn'l 11 a 11 > f <> tli^> min ? ; Is it you? ' Some one yet may "inulec a kilting;" i And it's you. - Some one needs but. to !>i* wi'.lim,, And it's you. ' Some...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 14 September 1904

STRIKERS LOSE TO PACKERS The Contest is Finally Called Off by Butcher Leader, WAS A DISMAL FAILURE Men Out Two Months and Lose Fire Millions in * Wages-Expense to n. rAA AAA ' rauKcrs J/,:>UU,UUU. A Chicago special Bays: The stri'io of tho butcher workmen, which hap been on for the last two months, was otilcialiy declared off Thursday night by President Michael J. Donnelly, of tho Amalgamated Meat Cutters ana Butcher workmen of America. rnursaay morning Mr. Donnelly mlegraphed the members of the na-. tional executive committee asking their consent to an announcement of the end of the struggle, ami later }u the day, having received favorable answers from all, he declared thai the strike of the members of his organization would end at midnight. The strike of the members of tb?% a 111 Hated unions who quit work in sympathy with the butchers will also ofiicially bo callcd off. This was do- I eidod on at a mooting of the contral L?ody of the allied trades. Donnelly Admits Defeat. Donn...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 14 September 1904

Fkkis Eeati&el-Jouraai.* 1'VU.'iXrillKI' ITS KKY \VKT>NKBJDAY MOUSING. ^ _f __DY_? ?? The Sentinel-Journal Company. 8 TUOMMJON ?fe VTCHBX, PKO^M. 8 w,'- . - . i. ..l' j ^ .1. U. 6, THOMPSON, Knnoii. ? j O'n < Knljftcripjtioii $1.00 Per Annum. I AdvortiBing Rutea lleuHonuble. 3 Knioiot at Pickens PoHtofllce an Second Class I Mall Mutter PICKENS, S. i Wednesday. Septewbor 14, Ifl04.^ . _ t1 1 A CUTTING AFFAIR. Appreciating tbe liberal support and hearty cooperation of our subHcribtTM, wo wish to present each and overy nni> with a good knife, but there i? ? 'string attached to the gift. To nil who will pay up to 1st of .Tftnnnivv. t00f>. and one voar in ad vanc-efrom that date, we will give the knife To till now subscribers who pay to that date find one year in advance, wo give a knile; and to nil subscribers who have already paid into 1905, who will pay one year in advance, wh irive a knife. These knives aro made and warranted by Miller Bros , one of tho best knife mak...

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. — 14 September 1904

" ' ' !"",l W"".'"""^ 'r m , . . _1 '.** Krgaius rewinds. ;es ami mt't'or I llio Brock, itnecft, spent \. LV^r*. oflorty, spent I H|| Friday in Vickons. 1 ; ?Easloy bought first. bale ofl cotton InBt Friday. I ^ l ' ' " 1, . , ie^ftor. spending most ciftbe 8inn naoln Pipfcona, returned to Clinton %W "M aoflao E4, B, jPool and v% ife. of Ander* f ?pjriLve been on a visit to I be famL/ fly <fc)r. Bolt. Mr. Pool is ft broth. ?r oilra. Bolt's. ?liss Lilft Poller, of Central, t who las boon spending several days in Ifeens, left Sunday for a visit to relufcL in Easley. t" ' I ? tv. C. L. McCain will conduct a pi<ractod meeting ftt New Hope ou Setembor the '21st, and em brae in a tllfollowiue Sunday. '* ?Sfcio marked improvement are bain# lade on tho old Hagood home, which lid much to the appearance and attctivoneKH of the place. ?TlWe was a good attendance at the La<lpa' Missionary Society at tlio Bftptiatphurch Monday afternoon, and thaxerciKes were interesting. t BS - II . ? A ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 14 September 1904

ft\ rC-> .. x ? ^JL-^jSfm 'V<'?" i?V .> ; ' ,t','?. '.' * v::.:.-.viC;-.iv?v>v.7,V{; 9 ' Miss M. Cartlcclge aaviee to young girls, of thousands which f so helpful to young arriving* at the perioi Lydia E* Pinkharn's "Dear Mns. prnknam: ? I ca Vegetable Compound too highly, tried which cured me. 1 suffered nn 1 felt so weak and dizzy at times 1 the usual interest. My thoughts 1 backaches and sinking spells, also \ In fact, I was sick all over. "finally, alter many other rem vised to get Ijydia E. Pinkhani'a pleased to say that after talcing it 01 lor the better took place, aiid in a ah felt buoyant, full of life, and found glad to tell my experience with ] Compound, for it made a differei Alias M. C.vnTLKnoE, 633 "Whitehall At such a time, tlio grandest barn's Vegetable Compound. It i the necessary changes, and is th< for woman's Ills of every nati j'ounjj women who are ill to wrlti .bath. 1'inKnam, L*ynn, Mass. Hi's. Estes, of New York < " Dka.r Mrs. I'inkham : ? I...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 14 September 1904

A SERMON FOR SUNDA? DM CiThAiiri,*- ? nn i-vjvxutiN i UlijUUUHSh BY THE REV. JOHN BALCOM SHAW, D. D. i>nliJocl : 1'lie Anli-Cnn Ulhlr?Hlttnr.r <tl M Volume of Holy Writ Timt l? in Cliuii'li AimihIb?Warning Against h ! Coiunioii T;|in ul (''wmlly I>ol?-rlnr?l Ion Xkvv Youk t'lTY.-The foi.'ou in;: xploii<li<l sermon wiw pnin-hcri Sunday inornm;; liy Utft Ucv. John liuleoni Sliaw. li is on1 i?!?*<s "Tlic Ash-Can Uifolc." iIi < test vas: Tlic wos'l of (Jo I win? h livoth ami uhiihtli forever1-i lVter Tlli< liri/?K- ullw" ? ! ? ' 1 1 v.?, ......vi tuiiii cm* wui'uh i nave rcail lYout it, h my IrxL Not thr Bible in genera! a? ? ilicme U> he discussed, but this particular Bibic coiinistiitK oi paper, printing .\inl binding, as an object lesson t6 lie fc I in* Hi'ole lias a history. It was a gift P> tho cimreh under tin; nniqnest condi* tiotin. Indeed 1 doubt if there is another church in the whole world that v.tmv by "ite |>ill|)it Mrlilo in the same or in ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 14 September 1904

tef * '-r ' -ri ? i ' 'ii,i in n in THIS ^ Thera was a scar on yyndor mountain Gashed out whoro once the cruel storn hud trod; A barren, desolate chasm, reaching wl?J? Across the soft green tod. But years crwpt by, beneath the purpl? pines, And veiled the scar with Kras* an?\ moil \ onco moro, And left It fairer now with flower# ani vine a Than it had btvn before. There wan a wound once In a K^tle heart | Whence all life's swootneHH aooniod to ebk j aad dlo; And lovo's conftdlnK ohui>K?d to bittei smart. While /Mow, sad yearn wont by. Vfti u _ . _ , AVI. na limy JWlSbeO, unseen IUI ilimri nwio And laid a balm of healing on th? pain 'Pill love urew purer In tho hoart mail? whole. And ponee came baok a??aln. "O, wondrous bulm of Tlmo on i>ain and tk>ors!" One ?a,llh: "O hualltiK touch on ?oul an< sod!" Y?a; but the hand* that wrought wlthli tho yaara? . | Thc> arc the hands of God. "^\ j ?Mabel Earle. in ?5. S. Times. ||.|Tt|-fT1Tr|n|" ! A Case in Point* By LOUISE. BLAK...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 28 September 1904

'' '' '' ' ' ; ' f X-/\ /.t 7 f \ / , ' 't, ' - :- 1/i 'lsl^V-dU-v.i V ' /' /.. ( X . f . v : * , f ? 1 / I'jlitoml April '2:1, 1003 nt I'iekmiH, S. 0., rh Rooouil orasH matter, undor OouKross of Mnu-.li 0, 1870. VOL XXXIV PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEnBER 28, 1904. NO. 18 I . r a I f # The I \ * cci clow (f Mil li no z) the S t a 'L businen \\ biggest // n-f \"iin #/f V.'.l \ (11.1 u have pi C Millinery Opening {Miss I lushes will agr ment, and it will far excel just returned from the nort a large stock of all the coi iney win ue priced as lov ^ material will permit. (( Dress Goods 1} This Department wi w will find a large assortmen season 'and trimmings to u We havfe arranged I )J and lace side on our openi f li I < ; i -$ Wheal: sow in j a rows, Turn I 3 ' jj ^ i ffl Mf ? * PICKENS POSSIBILITIES. A New York Man 01 Money invests in Pickens Count,y Dirt. I Say He Has Hunted The United Sldtas Over For What He Wanted Mid Found it in Pickons County. ... ? i y H/C Will M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 28 September 1904

| Bloodless -K = BY BBTiTi I I rn O ~r ? 1?.W>1.. ..ti I J/m iu?a i o o CIUCIV, ui u I'MOJ Hiftui ] ^ in midsummer, in one of Atlio upper roomaof the principal hotel nt Mt. Desert, ^ ^ stood a girl of varo and wonderful beauty, donning Mr armor for the coming fray?an armor whose breastplate was invisible, whose weapons were hidden, but none the less impenetrable and keen for that. Hor maid had put the finishing touches to a toilet of most artistic loveliness, ller deep blue eyes were black with excitement and triumph. Three nights bcfoie she had received a challenge?not ail openly-worded challenge, but fully understood for all that. Of course she had accepted, though her acceptance was tactic, too; but she and Jack Raymond understood It, and each other. No more was necessary. They required 110 witnesses among the wor??\ Sho h M mot him only a week before. She h not known him ten minutes before she felt ho was one of the few whoso friendship sh \>u!d be glad to possess?nay, mor...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 28 September 1904

A TROLLEY CAR ffl OWN TO RITS i mmmm ? V ? ? ? ? ? 'W * A Nine People Hurled to Death and Oihcrs Cannot Survive. STRUCK BOX OF DYNAMITE Deadly Explosive Was Accidentally v Dropped From Passing Express , Wagon on ihs Track. At Melrose, Mass., early Wednesday night an outward bound Boston electric car was blown to pieces and nine persona wero killed outright, several fatally injured and at least fifteen severely hurt. It Is thought that the <^ar struck a charge of dynamite left tin the track. The front dashboard of ihe car was hurled more than fifty leet. The following dead have boen ldoutl* ' fied: Dr. Malcolm K. McQlennon !3. j )j. Haynes, Winfleld Dowo, motormau; R Stowo, Frederick D. Marshall. The unidentified dead were three women and a 3-year-old girl. ICdward A. Watcrhouse had a foot amputated and was otherwise badly injured; Dr. Perry had hoth less broken; Mrs. John Conway had both lega nroken; ueorgo II. Andrew* received J ;? compound fracturo of the loft ies and his foot ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 28 September 1904

v Pickets Sentinsl-Journal. r.:." " i run.uniiM; hvi Itv WI5UWKSDA1' ftlUHMNU. BY The Sontinol-Journal Company. Thompson & Riciiuv, Pnors. i., o. TIIOMi'SON, kditor. Subscript ion $1 .00 Per Auuum. Advertising llates Reasonable H iti-roil at I'ickens I'ostonioe n? Second Class Mail Matter PICK HNS, S. C. : Wednesday* September 28, 1004. 1 1 1 ANDERSON S FIRST FAIR. /(/Anderson iR to lmye its first conntv fair on October 4th, 5th and (>tli. There will bo fine exhibits of horses, cattle, hogs, etc., from Anthrton" ill other counties in the Piedmont, ami it is expected that this will brin^ to get tier tne iinest oxmbits ot nvostocK over Hern in 1110 Hlato, except, perhaps, some of the State Fairs. Tlio railroads li ne given a rale of one fare, plu > cents, from all j points in the ?S ate, a?jd tlio attend- ' anee will bo very largo. \Ve feel satisfied the progressive j citizens of Anderson will make a great j success of the new undertaking, j Anderson luis wonderful natural r...

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. — 28 September 1904

Pickens Scntmcl-JournaL Uapuenings ol a Local and Personal Nature. ?Mrs. W. H. JAjfomovo is indisposed thia week ?Jtiko Wakelin, of Liberty, wiir in town Friday. ? Will linin.fiKrnbflrtnrl Thiiradiw. last, from St. -T-Wayno F. MnuUlin \urtR ^- visitor ^ jgm Vt'loy the first of tli^iWok. B. Anthony, agent for Tho ^ftlavollere, wan in town the last of tho week. ?Miss BensioX Aahruore returned Tuesday evening lr<jhi a brief trip to Atlanta. / ?Since cotton has begun to come ill right freely, trade Iiuh become moro brisk. ?i?r. u. wnsic jriiiuiinit emtio in from Washington T-fiynday '>n a .short visit homo. ?The ladioa of (he Baptist o.liuroli held mi interesting missionary moot ing Monday afternoon. ? Cadets Lelloi and Brum l>oggs and Edgar Merr a, of (Jicmson, ?pont riunlay in l'leuens. ?Cotton picking is in full blast Vkv.v Pir'lfotiu ()il Mill iritninrv iu kept very busy these days. ? Ambler Oilrunth, of Groenvilie, pjiriit .Sunday in L'irkens with his j /nother, who is gra...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 28 September 1904

/ FfKST PRESIDENT OF THE ^ "A> 4r * s ; 1 * ' ^ ' / EDWIN A. i President ol the Unl i >r. Wil\' n A. Aldorninn lias boon elected President of the University of Virginia, uim-u institution has up to IlliS time boon ruled l?v n svstnm <">f faculty government. With the election <?f l>r. Alderman (he university reTHE FLAMINGO AND ITS Q'JEER NEST. Sr By Watn* L. Beas'?y. O ' o ly))\ mvT FTKU considerable diffl^ Na- cully, Professor Frank M. ! A Chapman, of the Depart- 1 nient of Ornithology of the ^ (/fc American Museum of Nat- ! lira I History, lias secured the lirst flamingo nests ever brought to this country. There are about seven species of flamingoes, three of which are in America, frequenting the Iinhamas, Florida and Cuhn. In height the flamingo averages about five feet, it' Tiir. HAIIASfA I'" I. AMI n go, .'us curved neck were stretched to its full length the bird would tower above ili'> bend of an ordinary man. During May and June. the breeding time, tin? i:...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 28 September 1904

\f\ ><>;; 4j*p '..LLg ... . ... 1 A SISRM.ON Kill SUNDAY AN HLOQU - NT DISC0UR3E BY THE RtV. A. B. SIMPSt-N. Til? M n nl fo* tut I on of tlio ICIiic? tt'ho Kncocntltoii?I,ur<l of tli? Tcnipln ?Tlin ClilMreii'a Kill"?Outm of tlio 'Klngj?The Kr?|>tro of thu Kingdom. Kkw Youk City.?Tho following rcrmen wat preached Sunday by the worldfamous licad of tin- Christian mid MiHS-onarv Alliance, the Itev. A. 15. Simpson. Ilis fi:hjcot was "The Manifestation of tho , Kin-*." ami his le::t tvn?: Toll yo the \ daughter of Zion, T'ehold thy King cometh ,unto thee meek, and, nittinjt upon an abs, IrnnP*if Hio *\f r*?> ? 4UUI Vi Ull IWI. -.uann^w 2115. ^' The time had now oome when the Liord .Tosus was to he publicly manifested uk the hod of David and the King of Israel. Hitherto He had refused the demands of the multitude, who, after Ilis Galilean mira eles, had tried 'Ho lake Him by force and make lliin n. Icing;" but now as the end draws near it is proper that lie should lit er...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 28 September 1904

rr- V. ... I. < i. 'ii ?v.. .-? . SPEECH OF COL. D, K. NORMS. white* and pickod up what education he had during his peregrena tioijH nnii .from reading, uh did Homy Clay. Proa. Johnson's edu-? cation was entirely neglected, lie nover spoilt a day in School, hut was taught hy a follow workman, borrowed a hook and learned to road. Ho was once a tailor in Laurens, S. C. Pres. Garliold attended school in r lug hut at three years of ago; when ton years old ho was accugtnmpd t.o mnnn;il hihor. driving jl canal hoat, carpentering, school teaching, anything to earn money to finish bin education. 1 would g<> on till you would bt> worried with the rehearsal, naming useful and honorable men who started up the -Madder of life" at its lowest round. Theac are enough to show you that worldly circunr at.ktmnu oiif 1 i f i 1 ii fimuv* in dpfc'rm* ining the Ruccees attsiinahle by ono possessed with fixedness ol purpose and high aim. 1 will stop to mention a lew more eases, whoro tho princ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 5 October 1904

pi;: .; / yf?. ' PICKENS SENTINEL-JOURNAL Entered April 28, 1903 nt Pickeua, S. O., hn rccouiI olnnB ranlttr, under net of Congren8 of Mureli Jl, 187'.). VOL XXXIV PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1904. NO. 18 rsr J The B v ed drhvi (f Miilinei f the Stat t business y1 biggest of value have pii *y Opening < Hughes will aqai it will far excel n ed from the nortl: M a larJ Jktocfool all tile cor ^ they wl be priced as low maxftm will permit. K pjbress Goods y/ jl li|is Department i 1 S wjbo/lj a targe assortment \ sifnj'L* a,u' trimmings to : ft Jp"?/e have arranged t< ^ a^Trc sale on our openii 1 1 BIG u vn # pheat. sowing J? vrr '111 n CltzECMIi DOTS. jj'ice to Cotton Growers, M|UA6B--DEATH?SIN6ING. fiection Comments-Personals. A iglomeration of Happenings of a Pnrcnnnl nnrl fionoml Nn. I ture Around the Thriving Mill Town, Cateechee, and Surrounding i Country. ittoi? 18 opening fust and will ' i short crop. If the cotton * i 1 J-ulators are counting on a large ?...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 5 October 1904

g*$B$??8$03ig itt fl? g i m . 3s <i> gf ?a ftrt THE LOTTE ? __ _ - ?g y P $> & ^tOK. AMISS LANNING was n jJ y mechanic, a young, honest O I o until, whose highest anthill / Jt tion was to gain p com lonauie Jiomc lor uiinselt and wife, and to be thought well of by bis neighbors. He had built himself a house, and there still remained upon it a mortgage of $500; but this sum ho hoped to pay in a few years, if lie only had his health, lie had calculated exactly how long it would take him to cienr olT this incumbrance, and he went to work with his eyes open. One evening James en me home to bis supper more thoughtful tlum usual. His young wife noticed liis manner, und she inquired its cause. "What is it, James'/" ulie kindly asked. "Why, 1 never saw you look so sober before." "Well, I'll tell you, Hannah," "returned the young man, with a slight hesitation in his manner. "I have just been thinking that 1 would buy a lottery ticket." Hannah Lanning did *:ot answer immediately....

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. — 5 October 1904

STOCKHOLDERS TTT7T T> T T A FIT 17 nnLi; liadle. Creditors of Defunct Macon Bank /' ^ Must Be Paid. THE LAW IS SET FORTH Comptroller of the Currency, Ridgcley, r? .1. n : t AUCIVU UUIltK tl> IU J~lUt of frocecd.ngs. Hecelver W. J. Butler, of tho First National Bank, at Macon, tla., received instructions from Comptroller Ridgeley, at Washington, Wednesday-, directing him to stand ilrm us to Ms demand on tho stockholders of tue hank for $200,000, the amount foi which it la claimed they are liable under the national bank law. Tho instructions came in reply to an inquiry lrom the receiver as t<) wiiiti uuuracj m ii'in-'w, in viuw ui uic fact that ^overal cf the stockholder* are resisting tho assessment, on tuo ground that it is too higu. In tho letter received by Receiver W. J. Butler, tho law on tho question of tho assoHsmont of stockholders is cited by Comptroller of the Currency % itldgely. "Tho assessment is not subject to tlio control of the courts when the as ?eK?ment la ...

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. — 5 October 1904

I Pinkts SflnfinnlJifflmal 1*911 VIIIVI V V Ml UNI I L'UU.MSHKD UVICHY WEDNKB1MY MOKN1NO. BY Tho Sentinol-Journal Company. Tl IO.M I'SON Si ltlOHBY, PltOl'B. I.. <). THOMPSON, IODITOII. Subscription SI.00 Per Auunm. Advertising llntes Reasonable. Kniored ?t 1'lckenn I'ostofllce as Second Class Mall Matter I'ICKENS, S. ('.: Wednesday. October, 5, 15)04. HOYT HAYES CASE. There is <u>tifti<l?i'iililn iiit?r/uif being token by many peoplo in illiss county in tho Hovt Hayes case in Oconee. In fact, the case is being closely watched by the people of the entire State. lie was sentenced bv .Judge Dantzlev to be hanged on October lith. Since thu sentence was passed, his attorneys have been very active in trying to get u commutation to life sentence in tho penitentiary. I hiring* tho prist week a paper whs filed with the Governor containing tho mimes of 500 or more Oconee citizens asking tho Governor not to interfere. .Since that time it is understood that a much large r list has ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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