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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 26 October 1904

ixir PICKENS SOTINELSRNAS Entered April 23, 1903 ut Piekeun, S. C., ns second class mftttcr, umler net of Cougroes of Mnroh 3, 1879. VOL XXXIV PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1904. NO. 21 ' - _ * CATEECHEE HAPPENINGS. The Boss Spinner and The Superintendent Hunt Maim Uinlrin non noma, ASSOCIATION MELANGE. ?. ' i Major Billingslcy a Royal Eutertainer? "Tap" Hester a Great Eater. over from last week. ] /V A 1 - - - 1 v/uieuuiii'u is minus two ot ncr best mill men this wiok?the Superintendent and the boss spinner. Oapt. \V. Wood had superintendod the Norris Cotton Mill for a lit' Ho over three yours, and during that tune the unll continued to prosper, so to spunk. under his charge. Whilu C:i}?t. Wood had some disadvantages to contend with while superintending this mill, he nearly a I way h overcame those obstacles and made a bu'-^oss in whatever he undertook. It was uider his superintending that a well constructed dam was built aooui one uniu below tiio Norris mill, u (...

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. — 26 October 1904

w THE 8AND DUNES. Tiir dimes, the gray dune*, They ertll iny heart from iiig 'iVv eu I it when the world in light, Ttloy wtii.<|?!jr it when fulls the nighj^ Viu'y uall tue to tho aoa. Oh. th<- s:uid dunes, tho gray duties, "Vi < there that 1 would be; I Where low and white tho wavelets run. auu oviT sill round, red suit Slips slowly to the sen. Al?! tlx- sand chinos, tho gray dunes, "A'is there I sni.l goodby; Tlf moon wud liku a pnlo, cold thing, Ti?? pool beyond n silver ring, The wuvolets' song u sigh. Ah! tho sand dunes, the gray dunes, They wring my heart so sore; The level sand honeatli the rain, Tlie glory of tho day's slow wane? I'll never si*e them more. ?New York Tribune. J FTArf* $ I Red Flannel Patch,f i ? I ? IT CONTb'AI.K!) THE TUAUKDY OK A i yj HUMUL.K I.IFK. i J +40*<i>C0Q>G+<H?*+ + 0<>f>+4>4<H , In the "wee short hours ayonk tho j ouo morning recently lialf a dozen newspaper men gathered, as was their custom, in one of Breaduray ...

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. — 26 October 1904

GLALE .SWEEPS! FLORIDA COAST SeveraJ Vessels Wrccked and a '^Jumber of Lives Lost. DAMAGE ALSO ON LAND lfffamt and Contiguous Towns Along Coast in Path of Storm and Suffer More or Less Damage. ?VV After blowing a cnlo Friday, Satur ' dtly and Sunday, tlio storm predicted fey south Florida broke over Miami Sunday about nightfall. In a few hours Miami and most of tho towns on the east coast Of Florida were cut off from communication with the outside world. Telegraph wires were blown down and tho railroad tracks were obstructed, and not until Wednesday was com, munlcaction restored. Tho wind attained a maximum velocity of 75 miles per hour. The schooner Melrose, with ji erow of eight and four passengers, was wrecked Saturday. Just before sun,set a great wavo swept over the vessel, capsizing it and throwing the pas' Mongers and crew into the sea. Mrs. Hallen, one ol' the passengers, y was lost, but tho crew managed to cling to the sides of the /easel, and Mr. and ^rs. Weller, two other ...

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. — 26 October 1904

Picks Sdiacl-JomaL jL,? - * k PUHMHHl'I) KVKKY WKDNKKDAY MOKMNO. The Sontincl-Journal Company. Thompson iVr Hiciiky, L'xtovs. J. L. O. THOMPSON, Kuitou. Subscription SI.00 IVr Annuiu. Advertising liitim Reasonable- ' Knturmt at Pickens I'nstGtttce hh Second Ulnss ! Mail Matter j; I'll'kk.>>, rs. t. : Wednesday, October *20, 1JK)I. ; HOYT HAYES CASE. There has been much said ami written about the lloyt llaves eu.se, and likely Governor Ileyward has been through one of the most trying ordeals in connection with this ease that a governor of South Carolina has ever hail to contend with. It was a case of "damned if you do, and damned if you don't." Governor Hey ward submitted the i note that was a vital point in tin case to one of the most eminent i s ports in thin country, David (Juvvul. bo, who states positively that Mis Hayes wrote the note herself. Thiin ti very large measure exonerates Hoyt Haj es. Governor I ley ward's disposition ol the cftso leaves a dual verdict - Haye>...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 26 October 1904

V-Sv ' Pickens Sentinel-Journal. awnings ol a Local and Personal Nature. ?JLSoy you n wiro wluol niltlic.r tire buggy fioui 11. C. Carter, Liberty. K 1^,1 !# 1i1 ill ytr find ( l(>n liii^uftll of utives in I'ic.kenw. V ? W. 1>. Anthony, of (ire. nville, ngcnt for "'I'ho Trawlers," w in Pickous tlio (irst of I ho weok. ? B. A. Morgan, of Gie< nviile, :m<l S, ill. luce, )f Anilerson, were in at tendnnee upon court tliia week. ? Miss Josio 1'jiirlo is uttcodin^ the State Fair in Columbia this week ns in also Mrs \V. II Johnson, < f .Pickens. ?Mnj. .1. J. Lewis, 1 S Commissioner, has been in attemlnn upon tho Ht'ssioiiH of llit) 1'. ?S. cinirt in Greenville. ? AUUTieu nt the r?'8i(l hoc n! Ilio bl'ide'R ftUlior, M. 1) Ciuitn- I. on Oct. 15ll), .Mr. Ijowi.i fjiisk !<> Mi.-,s Cumn (Juntrell. A. J. Manlv nfli'iut , tel. ? FOli SALE- House m.il It t it OalhoUn, olio hnlf mi'.o from d po. ! Well loented. Apply to Dr. .1. 11 Burgbss, Seneon, }S. C. It ? J ho Irani loan ot...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 26 October 1904

F. V.'; jm i v ' | About Fences. < smaller a field tho more mafor fencing will be required, and ^Wearer the square form the cheaper Joat of Inclosing th<- field. Fences / heavv taxen on flip fnrmnp mill /ild by avoided if possible, but if Jeer. are made it will be cheaper to /o tho.ii >f che bcs>t material. / For Grass Seed. rl'ho boat condition for the growth of ra.s.s is a aoll Arm. well-disintegrated fi n whole, but with a smooth and line /nilace tilth. This condition also anIwcrs for t.h'i cereal grains, with which Ruch krass is usually sown. Winter Avlu at is the best crop with which to Ibow gnu.; siv- !. sprinj? wheat next and /oats the in-> r unsatisfactory. Diseased Trees. /V )''armcrn arc frequently offered diiv aase-proof plants and trees, so-called, but i'. may bo safely claimed that no variety of ;? n\ grape, cherry, apple, peach, g'jiinoM'MTy or other fruit is uxempt from ii'soases peculiar to its species. Sons"' varieties may not be no susceptible o dise...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 26 October 1904

>' ; ' . IW k i f~^ Mover KWllctilc Children. Never tantalize or ridiculo children; never scold or punish them for sin accident; never laugh at their mistakes or misfortunes; never distroy a cherished pet. Such treatment exasperates and alienates, and tends to make them secretive and untruthful. Origin of "Doily." The word "doily" is taken from the name of a man, the man who made the lirst doily. His name was Doily or Doyley, n respectable warehouse man, wlioso family" liad resided in a great old house next to Ilodsoll's, the haulier's, since tlie time of Queen Anne. Itaby'.H MoHqiilto Net. A good idea for baby lies in a cover for the coach parasol. This was formed of boblnette in circular shape with a lace edged rullle. The novelty is in (lie size. Being cut much larger than the parasol it covers the whole conch, falling well or or the sides, ami thus forming :i mosquito or fly net. "Tho llriilo Ci\n't Cook.'1 Surgeon Ucnernl Kvatl, of (he British lirniv. s?niil in " in?/> &l...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 26 October 1904

Q /=L=9-i======= / / iOSE FOR YOURSELF I y I / piece of literature now belnj Jilnatotl by the National Demo 1 In Pnttl TV* 11 t'fiQ tvlrlnlv /lltfnitnnl I yt*d pictures are presented, giving /Stimates of the general make-up of ' fho two Presidential candidates. | j .With the suggestion In bold typo: I / "LOOK'HERE, UPON THIS I / / PICTURE" ?/ I the document. quotes from ex-Clovg' / ernor Black's speech nominating Mr. j / Roosevelt at the Republican conven/ lion, June 23, 1904: I / "Men may prophesy and women I ' pray, but peace will como hero to /abide forever on this earth only when tho dreams of childhood are tho accepted charts to guide the destinies of men. Events aro numberless and mighty, and no ono can tell which wire runs around tho world. Tho nation backing to-dny in tho quiet of contentment and i*cpo3e may still be on tho deadly circuit, and to-morrow writhing in tho toils of war. Only tho man with steady eyo and nervo and the courage to pull tho trigger brings tho largest...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 2 November 1904

ft A"'" 1008 ? ?t.M matter. ?m.? ?ct ?r Oongro of M.re? 8 ft . ^ VOL, XXXIV -j ? : ? PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER t loiu NO. 22 LAYING OF CORNERSTONE it w?> Of Pickens Graded School? ^""7,/Part of Exercises Held in Court House. An Able Address by Prof. John G. | Clinkscales?W. T. McFall Presided. j- An event of unusual importance in the history of the town of Pickoith \vftn Ihn lsiviiif <>( t.liA nm-npr. stone *of tho new graded school building Wednesday. Tlio teachurn and pupils had holiday, and tho mv]>n oi' the town and tho surrounding community t'or miles around attended tho intoreating ceremonies. Court, which was 111 aasfdon, adjourned until I) o'clock in ihe at CC7I IIUUU X lit? '1 IIIUIHIJ began in tho court honsn at JO o'clock in the following order: Music by tho Pickens hand. Invocation by tho lvov. O M. Abney. History of the school by Prof. W. E. Dendv. "America" by the school child ren. (Address by Prut'. John (}. Clinic scales. Music }>y t...

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. — 2 November 1904

???tui? wwmifuu KiE SrJMcRN HONEY LOCUST.. in park, ^Ecdvin^ Xin- i: i-t and heat nnd noise of tiic ci y, ^Vwarderin.: turoi-di narrow byway*, Eudden n\\ sv.i^c s tlniilcd to an odor afar off: (An o:?<>: in t wafted, delicate, subtle, rDrealh r.i i';>< Southland fanning the brow ' of t'.v- North. N D?\vn tin.' i. ;. >w path.. The i ..i.c tiv.iiing, expanding, ever inEngulii n/ l ie now with billow on billow of i"ir.grar''e. Uncertain 1 wandered. T thought I enielled the sweet-brier, The wild suckle, but no, 'twas the locust! the locust! Beau! shaking its niiilionfold sweets j t'> {l?c wi'id, tV. t'??>. i v % ?u\ uav v *' i i ;if v. uuui; lYour blo.-sT s of honeyed snow full of trcinuki.. - motion! ^Vcro you frhvldcncd to see mc there in the i i. si) M ; v 'oorninp, That y.m h-aiu'i! to mc so r.nd beckoned witli joyous insistence? Luminotit-. delhata plumes, I believe that you knew me. 'And were ioyed to the heart to greet an o'.d lover and friend. Down 011 tho s...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 2 November 1904

?aUL ifiJliil L'J' _!*!.L!ILLL!LLL ILLLJiJ'J ME 11 All England Aroused Fleet in Sinking RUSSIANS COWERING % St. Petersburg Government Hustons to Promise Full Reparation for Ter-0\ rible Mistake . \ / Made. Official news of tho Russian Baltic i fleet firing on the British fishing vos- I sote reached Washington Monday in j a cablegram to tho state department j nutii iiiu /viuci icuii uulibiu ill 11uii, ) I3ngland. IIo reolted the facts as : stated in the press dispatches and i added that great excitement prevail- ; ed there. The British government Monday afternoon sent urgent notes of protest to the Russian government on the subject of tho Russian attack on the ! British lishing licet in the North s<ia lirnucrK hnO* AiwI\<ioo/1ah T I??rl I ? * i and the Russian ambasador in London, j Foreign Secretary Lansdowne roach- | ed London Monday afternoon and af- \ tor gathering tho latest details known at the foreign office regarding tho firtag on the Pritish fishing boats by j ttoo Rus...

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. — 2 November 1904

fc'V.1 ' . _-. . " Fiiks Ssntinel-Journal.j \f ^f?7J8HED EyKRY WEDNESDAY MOUSING. ^ , ?Zby? The Sentinol-Journal Company, 1 Thompson & Rich by, Props. J. Ii. O. THOMPSON, Kditou. Subscription $1.00 Per Auuum. Advertising Kates Keasonable. Kutere<l at PlclcenH PostoiUce as Second Class Mail Matter PICKENS, S. C.: Wednesday, November 2,1904. "HIDE OUT. CHILLU We Iihvo engaged tlio services of Mr. C. V. Finvles, of Biugluuuptou, N. Y., ft splendid newspaper man, who will huve charge of tbo circulation a i c rni. o a ' ~ 1 l i uwpmuneut 01 xue oeiiunei-?jouruaj. He comes highly recommended an a high-toned gentleman ami an honest and capable business man. lie will look after the circulation - especially the pay. This will be his job. If you see him drive up to your place, you can just get your money out, for ho will not leave until you do settle Ho will also do some writing, gtv-! ing country life as ho sees it during ' his travels throughout tho county, i and will show to the wor...

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. — 2 November 1904

Picksas ktiisWournai. HaDueninas of a Local aiid Personal Nature. t * . ?It in about timo to l>oc?iii to stall-feed the Thiuiksinvini/ turUMv. --Read It. C. Carter's now ad and getjoosted ou prices. -^Misa Josio Bog^s, Easley, ih Son a visit to the family of Dr. J. N. N|Halluin. ?Miss Lila Folder, of Central, ^ visited relatives in Pickens the iaet of ^ tbo week. ?Mr. ami Mrs. J. MoD. JJrueo made n brief tt'ip to Atlanta tbo last ^ of tbo woek. 4 ? , ?!' Euone Ali xan^M^an^TSrufcHl Folger attended a H a I lo\ve)<o a r ty at Eosley Monday niybt. \ ?You cau got barb wiio at 3c per lb. and nails at $2 50 per keg bant ? Carter's, Liberty. - Tbo President bas appointed tbe j widow of Gen. James Lougsl.reet to be postmaster ufc Gainesville. On. ?Soo now ad of J, D. Mnoro. steak 8 c<?iits n pound; sausage 10c u j pound; roast 0 to 8 c<-nts a pound at lilooro's. ?Loo Roper and sister, M iss CIo\ ie, of the May nurd section, eutoivd the 1'iekens Graded School Monday morning. ? 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. — 2 November 1904

' Not*.?The following article has been ^Mely published and Is ono of the iuost remarkable illustrations of the> rnlue of careful marshalling anil analysis of fuels In presenting a subto the public. j LEVELERS. / rh# lllulon of Whisky, Totmcco it ml j ' Con**.. I ; / The Creator mndo all things, we be/ lleve. / lf so, lie must have made these. / We know what Ho made food siul / water for. nml nir and sunshine. but / wliy Whisky. Tobaeeo aiul Coffee? I ' They are hare sure enough aud each I performing its work. I There must be souie great plan be/ hind It all; the thoughtful man seeks / to understand something of that plan I aud thereby to judge these articles for their true worth. Let us not say "bad" or "good" with out taking testimony. There are times ami conditions when it certainly seems to the casual observer that these stimulant narcotics are real blessings. Right there is the ambush '.hnt conceals a "killing" enemy. One can slip,into the iiabit of either whisky, tobacco or ...

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. — 2 November 1904

ipA>7: :;V> v ' -> \. 9 s iiSMcS?: JL Convention)* and AeHoclntlon*. MPi I^INIO Interesting feature of educational work is thu |j holding of conventions in ?V-/ connection with the build01m PHI I??pf of object lesson roads. Wliile the work is in progress, a convention Is called and the people come from far and near to witness the work of roail building and listen to instructive addresses. Such a ^ convention seldom adjourns without forming a permanent organization. I Mainly in tins way good roads asso- i i'iatlons have been formed in all sec- <j ttons, and by them the work of edu- t cation and agitation has been carried on. ( ,?At a great National convention for ] consideration of the road improvement t rjueBtiou, held in Chicago, in Noveui- 1 ber, 1000, the National Oood 1 toads As- \ sociation was organized, and it has { since grown until, with its affiliated i State, district and local associations, I it is without doubt the greatest or- t ganizatlon of the kind in ex...

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. — 2 November 1904

i'"'-*"r~ ffiT"' ^ KOTlt'K OF ELECTION / / t o It pf / Heprese??tft1<vo in Congress and Electors of yi e^flont and Ylco-l'resldent. f J /klAT^ OF SOUTH CAROLINA { ^ ft County of Piokenn. ^ ^ ' - J Notice is hereby given that an oleo I, I tion will bo held at the several preoiuots / eetablislipd by law iu Piokeus county,ou > / Tuesday, Novoinbpr 8," A. D. 11)01, for i Member of Congress from Third Oou/ gressional District und for Presidential jrl Electors, pursuant to the Constitution T( and the laws of the State of South Oai c/ lina. ./ Polls at each voting pi .00 will be J k opened at sovon o'olooka. ui .,and oosod A. At fnnr n'nlonk n in /The following named poisons linvo beon appointed Manngoru to conduct said eleotion, to wit: Easley?B. H. Williams, T. J. Bowen and E. B. Lutliem. Central?B. J. Johnson, li. (J. Law- ' ronco and N. B. Moore, Liberty?Mart Hnnt, E. B. Rioliard on and W. M, Gantt. rr,.,..? r m r X tuaoun VUU1U AJ.Wi40U~~?' .L? XJUUJJL'I'y W. M. Murpliroe ftiul ...

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. — 9 November 1904

/ & Eutered April 23, 1903 nt Pickens, H. C., an fieooud class matter, under act of CouRreas of Mareli 3, 1879. VOL XXXIV =a PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, I9i>4. NO. 2* SUPERVISOR'S REPORT Of Claims Filed From . January 1st to &i-' October 1st, 1904. J B Newbory, expenses 4 12 v J M Nealy, supplies - 50 M W Newton, bridge 1 r>0 , ; Evan Nicholson, ro'ad work 1 20 Jtuvan JNicholeon, bridge .'I 10 H. A Noaly, constable (>') 'JO J H Newton, road wk <> 25 r - .T B Newbury, ?x lunatic 12 00 W R Niinmona, bridgo 7.') vV It Nimmons, rosul wk 8 (50 s. J B Newbery, ex lunatic 12 00 W J T Newton, darn ago f> 00 ^ Norria Cotton Mill, sup 18 U7 Q 'B Nalley, lumber 15 <>(? y t P B Nalley, eonv pauper 1 00 W B Nijntnons, lumber 1 50 Norris Cotton Mill, hIiooh 1 50 ^ Ed'Nalley, road work, II 50 _ W W Nnfflli mail u>lr O V * " " " "" J B Newberry, ex lunatic J2 00 J ]{ Nevvbory, ox lunatic 12 00 I J Ji Nnwbery, ex lunatic 12 00 W II Orr, work 55 ...

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. — 9 November 1904

mam . , WHuKi; THE TROUBLE LIES. ' 3 tJm.k ?b many thoughts ns most, An?l ot'jhoin nro really groat. X do not >ry (lie thing to boast? I only cmo the fart to utate. Yrt ot.'.rt- men accumulate 'So mil 01 wealth with something pat a. nave none, out lett too late. "Well, then, I wish I'd thought of that. J[ might. Jiavo known that stocks would rise. The indications were that way? i'k It v.r,a t"11?i;j beyond surmise, r I To buy ;l '-ot was hound to pay. \ 4,^ 3 noticed, too. t!io bther day. yy They ro.ic shy high, but I was flat I Enough to niL<!< the chance -oh. say, V I wish that i had thought ot that, i TTbv can't. I think of things in time! Mv failure lills me with disgust. It aNva.v* Kccins to me that I'm '.Behind and getting all the dust. Had it not been for this, I must Have been ioii? since a plutocrat; ICach good t!> "u, missed. I tind. is hist JJccausc 1 iliil isol think of that. ?Chicago Xcws. Margaret. ,34.0.2V VKUAKET II i; N C K 11i* l'UHI) stood umlor tlu>...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 9 November 1904

BARRY RAISES ROW Scores Georgia Troops in His OfficiaJ Report, / ^AMPiWAS A DISGRACE" ? Crltloism Riles Anderson, Obea*, ' Grayson and Others Who Declaro Georgians are Done Gravo Injustice. "Tho Georgia regiment was not - ?t> to the standard of tlie others. Although it did no more marching or work than other eglments of the brigade, it failed to turn out to the review. Tho sanitation of its camp wai disgraceful and showed iqarkcd inattention cn the part of all concerned, especially Its officers. It is a provis lonai regiment?all tlie officers and men were never together before ami never expected to be again. It has neither permanency, tradition nor history connected with it, and such organizations should never be sent to the maneuvers." This statement from the official report to the war department of General Thomas G. II. Barry, of Atlanta, commanding the Department of the ?ll1P Mil. - *i.~ >.-<? - unu v.uiiiiiiauuL>i i in* U1 I^UIIU lit Thoroughfare, Va., in which tho S...

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. — 9 November 1904

PUBJJ8UED UVX5HY WBD2UP" g / ?BY TbQ ^ontinol-Journal Company. ThOMI'BON lilt'JIKY, PltOPS. 1 1"" 11 J. L. O. THOMPSON, Kuitoh. Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising R<ites Reasonable. Kutored at I'ickctiR I'oBtofflce i\9 Second Class Mail Matter / PICKENS, S. V. : Wednesday, November J), 1904. A GOOD SHOWING. In u statement publishod by the NewfTund Courior u few tlnya a^o, it was shown that 011 the 1st day of last July tboro was wore than $J(.),OUO,000 un deposit in the 13(5 banks incorporated in South Carolina. Q lib is a striking exhibit of tho resources ami tiuaucial condition of the State. Tho State also gathers some very i interesting data from the baukers ot ! tho state showing thu condition ol finanCea on Nov. 1. Tho following letter appeared in tho State from Pickens: "Pickous, Nov. 1. vienticiuen; in reply to yours oi1 I9tb, am glad to say tliut this scctiuu of tho county is in a prosperous condition?farmers making good crops, cotton, corn and bay. Cotton i? j turn...

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