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

'V;^'-v * . ?t $88118 v / m: v '; -. ' ' ^ -V, ' v * Fickons Sentinel-Journal Happenings ol a Local and Personal Nature. ?Solicitor Julius ft. left ' Wfor Abbeville court Saturday/ ?Mr. and Mr*. C. 11. Alexnuilcr spout lust Thurudtiy iu Greenville. ? Preston P. MoDnnK'l /iii.kIh ii1 brief trip to Greenville TUiirsday. ?WANTED?One hundred bushels Spanish peanuts. T. D. Harris. ?(5. Ij. Curelon left Tuesday for tho K. of P. Convention in Anderson. ? lion F. Pultons work with Honth I3ruce-RIorro\V (Co , Oolo- i her 1. - - You cim got a bargain in second hand wagons unci buggies at Carter's Liberty. ? Capt. .J. T. Taylor h)*fe returned from a brief business ^ip to North Carolina. ?Clarence, the ten-year old hod of , Mr. Mrs. H. A. Hester, in ill with ty j plioid fevtr. Coat's thread <> spools for 25c, ; and loaded shells '1 buxe.s for 75<*, at Carter's, Liberty. ?Preaching in ttty I'ic.ketfft Bnp-i list chinch tonight ut fcho lufutil hour by ltev. P. \Y. Key. '---/ ?L. Bower Fr...

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. — 5 October 1904

r ? .? nn About fwept Corn. ; /wect corn is grown, It will be I .)ocl plan to save a few of tho ear^ 8t mill 1>(>k1 onrtj fun cnnil If" I auI selection every year the corn will be .earlier each succeeding spring, and if quality, size niul plumpness of grain are also considered, great improvement in the sweet corn can be made. Th?> Horde's I'ooil. It is claimed that two per cent, of a .horse's weight of Rood, nourishing food is all that he should be fed a day. By this rule a horse weighing 1500 pounds should receive thirty pouuus of food, but it must be considered that somethins depends upon the r. mount of moor performed, as well as the digestive capacity ami appetite of the animal. A Itiillrr Hint.* Farmers who receive circulars containing offers of preservatives of milk and cream, or of methods of doubling the amount of butter from the milk, Nliould consider such propositions very carefully, llut tor is made from the cream only, and (lie proportion of butiter obtained dep...

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. — 5 October 1904

A SEKMON FOR SUN9DAI AN ELOQUENT D SCOURSE^ BY THE RE.V. W. S. RAINSFORD, D* D. SuUlfft : Tlio IiOvn of <3oil?Tlifl Ctirtuflnn k 4 Church In IMucntl in Trust t?y iloil m~~ Will* tlio Oaipnl-Lct U* Try to Give * It t? tlwi World. BllOOKr.YN, N. Y. ? The Rev. W. S. Raincford, D. T)., rector .sof St. <?eorge'B P. TO. Church, ^Manhattan, preached at St, Peter's Church, State anil Homl etrceta, in this borough, at the evening scrvicc Sunday. ilia subject was "Tiie Love of God," and lie said: People are flaying to day that the church does not occupy aa important * place in the thoughts of men?that it has not as inilucntial a place in our nation or in society as it used to have, i ?pcak, of course, of the \vlio!e Christian church, and one thing is sure and that is that the church cannot hold her own by Jsimpl.v asserting, however loudly or persistently, the ({rcatncss of her deeds in Che past. Whatever success or Hhoricotnings there mav have been in anuient times, one tiling is certa...

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. — 5 October 1904

Hazel Happenings. Formers are about through loddoiiinpr, and cotton pioking has rolled around again. Cotton and corn is a very good average, but not as good as people once thought. Fodder turned out well. Mrs. It. J. Winchester has been on Ihe Ooleuoy side the past week. The baptising at Holly Springs on tho 3rd Sunday wan attended by a large crowd, and an excellent ( sermon was delivored by the pas*1 tor, Itev. B. F. Murphree. Tho Twelve Mile" River Baptist Association will hood meet again. It is to be held with Fall Creek Baptist church in Obonee oi-?nnf it k f1 fiavofftl fr?mn f in'u ore expeoting to go. Will say your scribe spoilt ton days with them in a music school this summer and found them to be as good clover people as I ever met, and all who attend the association will find phuity of good people to take # care of them and plenty of good tilings to eat. Especially pork, for most all had porkers that would weigh from 150 to 200 p.ninds. r>?.. . .... ?< .,11 r?.. u.? ' ...

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. — 12 October 1904

< j/^J / l?L i-1>~ Zu a y PICKENS SENTINEL-JOURNAL/ Entered April '23, 1903 nt PickeuK, S. C., m hccoikI oIurh mutter, under net. of CotigreaH of Maroli 8, 1870. VOL XXXIV PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER i2, 1904. NO. 19 . J The 1 C ocl dowi /7 Mi] line 2) the Stat hriQi n ny jp f ' v.l k '.I 1 i V7? Jl ibicro'est of valri< have pu Millinery Opening < \A Miss Hughes will ajra JJ nu'.nt, and it will far cxcc;l ; // iusl returned from the nortl V\ a large stock of all the cor g they will be priced as low material will permit. (( Dress Goods I) This Department vi will fine I a large as sortme.ni ^ season and trimmings to J We have arranged t and lace sale on our openi 'Wheal sow in< rows. Turn l'lo SOME INFORMATION As to the Value of Birds to the Human Family. Tlio I'nited States (.iovernmont is looking in almost all fjuartora lor information, Among other! tilings the birds arc closely stud-, iod. It had Hume I'ortv to nixty quail, (wo nrroiiooiibly call thor...

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. — 12 October 1904

THE DREAJ J am tired of planning and toiling In the crowded hives of men; Heart-weary of building and spoiling, And spoiling and budding again; y !An<l I long for the dear old river, Where 1 dreamed my youth away; For a dreamer lives forever, And u toiler dies in a day. f I ant sick of the showy seeming Of the life that if naif a lie; Of the faces lined with scheming In the throng that hurries by; From the sleepless thought's endeavor 1 would go where the children play; For u dreamer lives forever, auu u vuuvt uivs iu a uay. \ !r | RECONCI Ft A Jollv ( M Londc UK local train, which had rm^ K keen speeding out of town ? I O at the rate of twelve miles ^ K an hour, came suddenly to a standstill with a violent recoil at a level crossing in a country lane, and Reynolds, shaken ont of his reverie, opened the window, quite prepared for an accident. But us the view from the window .revealed only an impassive stretch of green he settled back to consider a inhr? inmni'tfint niiiwilnn She ...

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. — 12 October 1904

TO MAKE WAR' ON RAILROADS Is Grim Determination of Atlanta Maiufacturers. LARGE MEETING IS HELD Decision Reached That Discrimination in Freight Rates Will Not Longer Be Tolerated. To uroune tho people of Georgia to the Importance of protecting their commerce, to awaken them to the no ?essity of preserving the powers of their railroad commission, to stir up the people to the necessity of protecting themselves, their homes and their property from tho railroads that aro now discriminating against tho state, to strike the railroad interests in tho courts, to prevent the granting of fran-ehises and concessions, and to create In Georgia an anti-railroad sentiment that will make the roads now discriminate against tho merchants and manufacturers of tho state in the matter of freight rates realize the unwisdom of their present course. That is what was determined upon Thursday night at a special meeting of inn nnlhlintncltn mon>ifinhi>ni.<i ?<> A ? ianta who met at the call of ...

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. — 12 October 1904

Pickets Sentinel-Journal. fUH:a.SHKD KVKltY WKDNK8DAY MORNING. BY The Sentinel-Journal Company. Thompson & Ricuky, Pnors. .j. ii. o. thompson, kditoh. Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising 11 ites lleasouable Kutered at Pickens l'ostofllcc as Second GIbm Mail Matter PICKENS, S. C. : Wednesday, October 12,1904. Rending matter is somewhat senret this \v< ek, ou account of our adver tiscis taking ndvanlngo of a good tiling when they s?e it Ncyt weelwi 11 iiml this paper enlarged to Bcvf ii column quarto and chock foil of good rending. Let the correspon dents wnko up and j^et their com nunicalious to us as early an possibW so wo cm print them wliilo it if news. It is our aim to givo the beet paper we can for tho amount of mon ey wo receive. The eilitov (if The Stato in an edi torinl iu tho ifHuo of Oct. 10, gener ously blisters tho editor of this paje> and the Sheriff of Pickens county mid nil tbo sheriff's of the State inci dentally. Tho Stato made nearly h one column eff...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 12 October 1904

. Pickens Sentinel-Journal.1 Happenings ot a Local and Personal Nature. , ?Hot, dry and dusty. v ?James P. Carey returned from I s ^lumbia Saturday night. ^ ?Tho music of the 'pessum hun- , ter's horn is abroad in tho land. ^ r-Ralph Oliver, of Knoxville, paid tjriof visit to Pickens Thursday. ?John 0. Valley, of Yorkvil'.e, has / boon on a few days' viyit to Pickens,*" ?Tho Pickens ?Oil Mill cannot tun on full time ou account of the lack ol waror. ? Arbor Day will bo celebrated in tho public schools of tho Statu on the third Friday in November. ?Mrs. Rots En ton, of Centra), spent Friday in Sickens with her I duuglitor, Mrr. Ivy M. Mmildin. ?Dr. D. \V. Key, of tireonvnie, preached on al>lo sermon at the liapliwt church last Wednesday evening. ?Cadets A. Brandon Taylor and Ernest Freeman, of Cleuison, eatue over Saturday on a brief visit lioine. ? Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mill one, of vicitn^l vAiulivfH in Pickens the ? bint of the week, returning noniu Sat urdav, ? Misses Kuto llcsto...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 12 October 1904

w '$h*nz*5gmn,sm "Work tlio Wheat Land. Don't bo afraid of getting tho wheat fcuul in too good n condition. Plow it, roll it, harrow it, roll it, drill It. Graft*. Grass out fresh each day is about the best green food for fowjs. Cabbage, lettuce, marlgohls, spinach?in fafrt, any kind of green refuse from the kitchen garden, are also invaluable when the fowls are nof. allowed to run on grass. Alfalfa Cow F?c<llnf(, A dairyman keeping twenty-live cows says that while corn meal helps to j;ive the cow more flesh when fed with alfalfa, lie has found alfalfa a perfect food for milk cows, and for most of the year be is able to keep his cows in lino condition and In full lli?\v <of milk with alfalfa alone. He thinks lit Is the best food ho ever saw for dairy cows, and feeds a little corn meal only in late fall ami winter and till alfalfa comes on in the spring. He noil feeds his summer alfalfa, but pastures it some in spring and fall, lie 3ias found that his alfalfa is a great saver o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 12 October 1904

_?. | A SEUMON FOR SUNDA1 ? ... A STRONG DISCOURSE FNTiTl Pr> "COMFORTING CERTAINTIES." 1 Tho Iti^v, Ili?. llolmrt Bruco 11 nil's Tnlk on tlio Wordu Addressed to Nicoilonnil I | ?Tlio l'erson Tlmt tlio Vrrltlpn oi Our \ | x ^ , . ^^cclous Vnllli CluMor About. I Hiiooklyn, N. Y.?Sunday morning the Rev. Dr. lloberl Hruoe llull, pastor of Greenwood liaptist Church, preached on "Comforting Certainties." Tlio text was from John iiirll: "We speak that wo do know." Dr. Hull said in the course of his lernion: These words were addressed to Nicode?nus. He was an earnest, honest, yet timid inquirer after truth. lie had come to .Trans ntwlnr MVfli1 ?< .1?1 ? A- ... official of the Jewish Sanhedrim. he <1 i<1 not dare to he Been talking with the Nnzarenc Teacher. Yet he in convinced in his own mind that Jesus is a prophet and that, too, a pronhet sent of God. This much ho confesses to the Christ. Then liepins the wonderfully instructive interview from which the text is taken. This in...

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. — 12 October 1904

8 6 ? 1 8 1 I Q X! <u p" | | W x Q? "2 H ft 1R f. c* c,E 5| ' ? bJ 4- - H sw 2 k S 2r -a . ^- SP Ss m 1 ? " ry w ? m \ 1 H * a ? gi fc I 1 3 = ^ Q I s o I > a s? k i I- 15 ? ?? ? 1 . f g h if ?? >,1 S > ? i rt w C v | w 1 A V K 1 js o4 a * o j J & 12 . .s? > 1 lj S I u J S is I ' II I s ? $ 2} a, Si S ' x Teacher's Examination. N Editor Sentinel* Journal, Pickens, S. C. Dear Sit: PloAse announce in your paper that tho next regular teachera examination will take placo at Pick ens, C. H., Friday, October 21. Kxamiimtijn to commence promptly at 0 o'clock. Sincerely, 11. T. Hallum. Co. Supt. Ed. Acid Iron Mineral cures all skin diseat.es. Hub cured eczema of 40 years (standing and is king of germicides. Sold by druggists. rr A rNTTT\ I^T IJLtUASUKM STA TE OF SOUTH CAROL County of Pickens. Office of County Treasure! Pickens, S. THE TREASURER'S OFFI SATURDAY, OCTOBER DECEMBER, 31st, 1904 The Rate of State, County, Sch One Dollnr Poll Tax and C Tax. Tn accordance with an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 19 October 1904

I THE PICKENS SENTINEL-JOURNAL. ' HH Entered April '28, 1908 at Pickens, S. C., hh second o!?rh matter, under net of Congress of March 8, 1879. . OL XXXIV PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1904. " NO. 2o 1 ?I life f ! T ( \ ed ( Mi] f . the bus | II big k ot * k\\ iu ( ixa\ | itill lery Ope V\\ jiss Hughes )) Vnt *nd it will fa id r 1 :urne<^ fr?m im V ' stoc^ v 0 I 'ill be pricec ? ^ \ al will permi ?& Dress G ve li liis Departn *ift ft l a ^arSe as: i Hand trim in i ti01 vV r ve arn de* // aV sa^e <>n ? rIIbic filUl 1 ^ tion.^w Aeat sc Turr CreatorV insj.i ?[udo th# that sucfi *ney#iiiajM to hp ?c .j f ? V KSttl ' <>'o(! OAw when t3 tench in, <iiiivrra? " lla own OF MO meaning! which ft,? v world ? Scripture _ n "/issniaii Aiken S the in a\ Only t compi'aj '? nn<i inor , Woiwlorf I Kf< niinds o I tho?nsoi<)'<B8inan Aikou li ftn<| hoj> i , , thinking11* several fifty8, in aftnlVn?L tii-e friends : ( ?HPI hQff' s not tinnjr some ...

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. — 19 October 1904

UL-J-'J, v . ? Touring New York By Automobile. A Untqu: Method of Viewing1 S the SlgVs and Scenes of ihe Great Metropolis. ..jm W ' ^t.;l 1*3W YORK CITY.?It was a light-hearted and happyJ\J go-lucky party, for the j \ + , v?/ time being at least, that ^ swung out on to Fifth avenue one radiant summer morning a short time ago for an exhilarating spin in one of tho sumptuous and beautiful touring ears, which an enterprising eompany has put in service for public liiro, aloug the finest and wealthiest ^^r^jJdential avenues and streets iu the viTi'/ed world. And ill this conneeH^^Mion one can scarcely resist the ti'iupta^ lion to enlarge upon the thought that, while the pages of poetry and fiction are tilled with the beauties of figurative speech on the harms of pastoral life, it remains for the hard of the future to evolve an epic portraying the throbbing, pulsating, vitally interesting, intensely human, and ever varying life of the great modern city. But all this is another story. In t...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 19 October 1904

A SERMON FOR SUNDAY AN ELOQUENT DISCOURSE BY THF REV. C. L. PALMER. /s ^bjocls What fliA Crnntlon Mcnim?Only ( mo AlmigHty Could Mnho Such n World?Tliere 1* No Itlditle of tlio UnlTerae-Tlio Answer In Immortality KINGSTON', N. Y. ? In the Reformed Church of the Comforter, at this place, on Sunday morning, the Rev. C. L. l'almer preached the following sermon, entitled Wlmt t'ne Creation Means." He took his text irom I'su'.m 104:24, "O Lord, how manifold are Thy work*, in wisdom hast Thou made them nil, the earth is full of j Thv riches." Von Humboldt says: "That this rsalm represents the image of the whole cosmos. ' It is astonishing to find in a lyrical poem ! of such limited compass the entire uni\ Verse, the heavens and the earth, sketched | with a few bold touches. The calm and | toilsome labor of man from the rising of i the sun to the setting of the same, when I his daily work is done, is here contrasted with the moving life of the elements of nature. Thia contrast and generali...

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. — 19 October 1904

Me.ts Sentinel-.! numl. i i?n?n* ninguivi ii?inwii punzaaueii kvkhy "\vkdnrkday mcunino. Tho Sentinel-Journal Company. Thompson & IUcjiky, Props. l1- . . ?? j. l. o. thompson, kditdii. Subscription $1.00 Per Anumu. Aclvovtimug I?titen lieimoimble. Entered at Pickens 1'OHtoMce as Sccond Class Mall Matter PICK I:NS, S. (\ : I Wednesday, October 10,1004. We are a day late because of the I resolution?, which aro to lie voted ou^ui the appioachiug olection, not I ^-Teaching us sCfonor, and from (ho fact that the County Supervisor has not published tho quarterly i mport each quarter this year, and: sending it in to us at the last min-j ute. However, here we are, late, | hut full of news, r * PURITY IN ELECTIONS. The interview with Congressman Aiken, published in today's pnper, in which ho so strongly condoms the use of money in the primaries, will surely moot with general and hearty s endorsement. / > i / As Mr. Aiken snys, the use ofj money?the wrongful uso of it ? in the primary ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 19 October 1904

Pickens Ss&ti&el-Joursal. Il'innoninno nf <1 I nnnl nnrf \r. uuiiiibuiu&o ui a Luuai aim ruiauudi Millie. ? Mrp. Ij.' CJ. Tliornloy ppent a few days in Anderson the pust week. ?Leroy Chaoiblin. of Libertv. was a visitor at Pickens Thursday. ?Pickens is on u steady boom,the kind that doesn't puncture and fall flat. ?Avory Carter, the architect for the graded school building, ftns here ^ Tuesday. ? If you want bargains in dry i?oods and shoes, call on It C. Carter Liberty. ? Ernie Lewis 1ms accepted a pofji^ tion with the Chiquola Drug Co.^fi Anderson. ? Mrs. John Harris, <>f Groenville County, has been on ti visit to Mrs M. J. Harris. ? Don't fail to sen It. (3. Carter's lino of brg?it'B, surreys and wagons before you boy. ? E. H. Craig, who was unwell for several dayr tho past week, is able to be out again. ? It. C. Carter has a o.tr load of barb 'wire and nails, and you know his prices will be right. ?Miss Annie Ferguson i<* on a visit to her brother, Dr. Fr...

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. — 19 October 1904

TO A .... i ?* """ I.Fuir ImJ, I am not one of those rW ho fly uiield in love's keen throes iij8s3i I' And write of.her in terms of you, fytT I J promise not to, gentle rose. ~ -' / "Why shrink from me??oh, rose, tut, tut! I walk with no poetic strut, ltchold!- -ray eiothes are quite in style, I Observe! ? my hair'a of recent cut. 1, I f. p*ze at yoii without n wink. I?*y: "A pretty shade of pink? A meritorious sort of plant i j When taken all in all, I think. ?lil ' f AUNT PATTY ^ ? 151 JMOVS* IDN'T I go quick?" "Well,' tolerable," said Aunt ratty, O I I o passing the whisk which 31 she had Just pulled out of thumb nnd linger to see if the loaf was thoroughly done. . "Amf I can go to Jessie Wells' this tofternoon, can't I? You promised." "No, Martha, 1 didn't quite promise." "But I ran every step of the way, indeed I did, auntie: and I made all the biuls and dusted." There was a tremor in Martha Parker's voice, and the tears came almost 5nto her eyes. "I'll tell you at noon. There,...

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. — 19 October 1904

INVOKES CONGRESS ' Judge Jones Suggests Higher Law for Lynchers Jl , / % ?7 IN GRAND JURY CHARGE The Federal Government Has Power to Punish Where State Falls. * Charge Creates Something of a Suspicion. Judge Thomas G. Jones, of tho ^r-^ftJiilted States court of the northern district of Alabama, charged the nowly Organized jury at HuntsviU* Tuesday in a deliverance which has been received in the nature of a sensation. tti*. ? ? .... vu?if,u wuuineu mc attention | of the jury for nearly two hours and deals largely with the question of congressional legislation for the protection of prisoners against state mobs. v , Judge Jones instructed the jury to investigate the recent Maples lynching with the view of ascertaining if any offenses had been committed against the laws of the United States by the mob that lynched Horace Maples. It is understood that the grand Jury, composed of citizens of north Alabama, will take up the matter vigorously. rtiuuuK oilier tnings Judge Jon^s said:1 Lately...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 19 October 1904

I I ''. . I . 11. 1 |u tuii|fn!iu miu jiicriuio %X rodMfttt uufl YIco?l*i-e?I<loi)t. \ KTE OF SOUTH CAROLINA { | / County of Piokens. i i/Notice is hereby givou that an oleoJI in will bo hold at tl\e several products /tablished by law in Pickens oounty, on ruosday, November 8; A. D. 1904, for Member of Congress from Third OouKressioual District and for Presidential /Electors, pursuant to tho Constitution i j /and the Iowb of tho Stato of South Oai c/ lisxa' / j / Polls at oach voting pluoo will bo / | / opened nt sevon o'clock a.m., and|o osetl | 11 11 at four o'clock u. m. I P 7 Tho following named person? / been appointed Malingers to I Jtf ^ she liad Just pulled oi ^fOW thumb and finger to si the loaf was thoroughly done. . "Ana I can go to Jesslo Wells' fefternoon, can't I? You promised. , **No, Martha, I didn't quite prom) ~y - ' "Jjut I ran every step of the a JtAlceil I did, auntie; and I made tho beds and dusted." There Was a tremor In Martha P ?r's voice, and the tears c...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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