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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 30 November 1904

THE PICKENS SENTINEL-JOURNAL. WSyiji ' filtered April '23, 1903 at Pickeue, 8 O., ns seooud class mutter, under act of CougresB of March 3, 1879. VOL XXXIV PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3O, 1904. NO. 27 NATURE'S SANITARIUM. y Pirtrpnc fniinfv Thp * iviiviio v */ v?>i i j a aw Garden Spot of The World, & SAYS UNCLE ZEKE.l We Have Pure Air and Water, Good Health and Fine Cliinate*?Fine Section For Winter Tourists. A etrangor driving through Pickens County these beautiful <1 ayh often finds -himself wondering if the people of this section fully realize the advantages of their . . comity and how much more th-\y lire fivored than many who con sider themselves pain pore 1 children of fortune, a nil tlm spot, they c:ill "home" the ideal one of the world. While we are willing to admit ''That there is no place like home,' wq (5an not gainsay the faot that Nature has done much nn re for the locations of many h(>iu?>n thau for others. If the stranger should givn ...

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. — 30 November 1904

This common road, with hedges high I <.'otifiiK?d on either hand, "Will surely enter by and by ' Some largj luxur.unt !and. "jrttf manr wayfarers on foot ll?re Uti>d from ataee to elage, 'Jlitd ntl ids roll along tlie route I With easy equipage. Ait ?cck, inethinks, thnt wiilo domain Whereon mv thoughts are tel. Trcwonwaixl! Tx-ave the dusty plain! Ilnstrn! 'Tis further yet! Q^-%Q^ mOO THE-7.45 f C?= '?> <= Jiy i'HANCIS CHUR WO men were sitting in the smoking room of a Lomlon ? I O ' !?'>. One, a tall, athletic jg' * J? looking fellow, with black , hair and clean-cut features, wah Hlowly blowing rings of smoke in *lve air as l>e lay back in the biy armttLiir. "Tlie other uinu, slight and clean sha*? !?. with a singularly mobile face and twinkling gray eyes, was looking over *v *i*ily paper. Between them was a wauiil table. furnished with a couple of oi clul? soda and a decanter. *rhich gave .signs of having been well aMfMl. 'SJerald," said the small man all at ?TM*...

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. — 30 November 1904

If CIRCUS GASH CONE Thirty Thousand Stolen From Forepaugh & Sells, SHOW PEOPLE BAFFLED S Haul Was Made While Wagon Was on Flat Car En Route to Tarboro, N. C.;?Many Arrests Made But No Clue Found. . V/hllo en route on a flat car b?? tween ^Greenville and Tarboro, N. C., early Saturday morning, tho ticket wagon of the Forepaugh & Sells BrotherB' circus wus entered and robbed of $30,000. The entrnnco to tlio wagon was effected by the use of the regular keys, which had been stolon from the treasurer of tho circus. The robbery was not discovered until after tho entire circus, which was tiavellng In three sections over the Atlantic Coast Lino, had reached Tarboro. The ticket wagon was on the Becond section and arrived at Tarboro at 1 o'clock Saturday morning. The first st&tlbri reached there a half hour earlier and tho third x?.t 3 o'clock in tho morning. ?>. nivi u u tiwn uuiore me rouoery had been discovered, and from thut time on until lato Saturday night, when the last ...

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. — 30 November 1904

i .1 ? ...! i.f Fields Sentinel-Journal. ftjumflubd hvkhv wednesday moiinino. liY The Sentinel-Journal Company. Thomi?hon ?fe RiOHKY, PltOl'b. 1 J. L. O. THOMPSON, kuitoh. Subscription $1.00 Per Anuum. Advertising Kites Keasounble. ; j Kntereil at I'lckons I'oslofllce as Socoinl Class Mall Matter PICKENS, S. C. : Wednesday, November !I0? 1004. SCISSORINCiS. I A Chicago preaeber says that divorces aro necessary. They seem very necessary to Chicago. A man died in Abbeville tho other day at the age of 110. Just think of1 living 110 years in Abbeville. iv xiwnu vuiuiiiiu LIIUUJ i u j nun old, elopod the other day with n widow of 45. Ho was old enough to have known better. Boston has a hhortago of hired girl3 brought about by toolon^ hours. A tired girl never remains ,a hired girl very muck longer. ? - ? New York doetors aro advocating j medical inspection of baths. Modi- j cal inspection of peuplo who never j take baths would bo hnfctnr Au Ohio eouvict out on parole lost Lii8 liberty by...

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. — 30 November 1904

fistou Sratiiiil-Juml. _ i Happenings o( a Local and Personal Nature. ?Christmas in coining. ?Read the conditions of uur painting contest on another page. --Miss Olive Gillespie entered tho graded school Monday morning. ?liird hunters had bettor tako care lest they tread on forbidden territory. ? I*. Eugono Alexander and Ernest Folger spent Thanksgiving in Greon^ vdle. ?This is the time when we appreciate the subscriber who pays in ?d vance. ?M isses Murie and Lucia Folgoi spent Thanksgiving with relatives in Greenville. --Prof. W. Fi. Doudy and family spent Thanksgiving with his parents ut Kichliiml. ?If you have not hoard oi uiu ' l'ainting contest" lead tho big ad ou another page. ? Cadets Bruco and Lelvoi Buggs, Edgar Morris and James P. Curey spent Thauksuriviui? ut hmm> ?Mr. Frod Day and Miss Bet tie Miller worn married Sunday, Nov. '27. ltev. T. E. Sea grow officiated. ?C. L. Cureton will very soon ro move to Piokens to reside with hi? mother, Mrs. K. L. Cureton. ?Uncle Zo...

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. — 30 November 1904

* S0N0 OF FAREWEIU Chit <*t lli'* life that was lone and unblMt, l.' / iVice After pain, and the ?ong for the are kind heart* and hands, anil we're Ey/JP' loving them Wat; Oood-ln >i? you. Lady, CJood-by! J The fair flowers I'ade near an ice-mantled Y But ?ome where life'a honey is sweot i' the One. to a world that to tinsel and strange? ' * Where joy is a phantom. and hone can but die: Aju! one to a world where the hearts never ehuutfe: <Good-hy to von. Lidy, t?ood-by! There are utorni-lurd* in life where the wild breakers foam. Bnt somewhere life's honey is sweet i' tlie I'ODlli. At the irate s of y nil- pa'ace the dead days will throng. Like trhooU- from the shadows of earth and of sky: 1 :\m hidden awav in the liiies of song; tJood-hy t<> you. Lady, liootl-by! The rocks for the wrecks, xs all starless , thev roam: Hut somewhere life's honey Is sweet i' the comb. l.rtud of all lo\ elineA" d;?nd of all light! Land of life's dreams, where the dreams never die! Cod le...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 30 November 1904

P>$&- \ " ,T" . Y\ \ ""' 1 * . 1 - ?- JL Cur.) of Cukbnxo'1'lAiiti. Take euro of tho cabbage plant# left over after hotting out the patch for Kurnuier use. hut tnke just enough enre to keep them In healthy condition, transplant l-.iHt of AngU8t or first of September, in well prepared anil well fel l l)lz<>d in ml. work them frequently and nieo winter oiibbnce will bo your vow a frt. nut-:* n. <s. Coi)m*rclal Poultry says: "The mongrel hen irf a cull of culls. Sin? has hecn produced by no parllcular cnrt' in breeding or any judicious culling on (he purt of her owner. She is of the lowest grade and constitutes the tail end of the race she represents. It Is utterly Impossible for her to produce anything any better or worse than herself. In th<> phase of the school hoy, 'she's.It.' She Is much somrht when a mink goes o\it after poultry. i> It bough n mink prefers a better breil j fowl. If lier wings are Rood she naves herself when Hie circuit rider comes ( in tl...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 30 November 1904

19^ BFv-;" V* - " > St%t? of Boutb Carolina,) County of Pick?jt)8. \ In Common Court. Thomas Hallum, fit nl, Decretal Order. In purauanoe of a Decretal order and order of Foreclosure made in the following stated case, and on tile in my office, I will sell to tho highest biddor, on s.. ' - SALESDAY INDECEMBEU, 1904, at Pickeus court house, during the legal hours for sale, tbe following doscribed Heal Estate, to wit. All that piece, paicel or tract of laud lying and being situate in Pick enB-county, 8. C., on a branch of 28 roue oreeu, adjoining lands of ii. Boggs, A. Youug, aud others, containing fifty acres, moro or less, hh shown by pint of survey made by U. U. Garvin, surveyor, on tho 8th ot Sept., 1904, and know in division as traet No. (1). Also, all that othor piece, parcel or tract of land lying and beiug situate in Pickens county, S. O. on a branch of 28 mile creek, adjoining lands of A. - Young, McWhorter and others, uuiJbHimufr ?ixi)-lour ,niin ninety one hundredths (04 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 7 December 1904

THE PICKENS SENTINEL-JOURNAL. * * Eutered April 23, 1908 nt Pickens, 9. O., as seooud oIurh mutter, tinder act of Congress of Maroh 3, 1879. VOL XXXIV PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1904. WHILE ROUGHING IT ( Uncle Zeke Has Some Funny Experiences. NEARLY CHOKED TO DEATH BY A WOMAN'S FOOT. Should Watch Where He Gees and : ow He Sleeps. I lmve been out on thp rnst)i> fc;r ft few dayH among the fjood ple of Pickens, nnd T do not h"titrte to tell you that I hnVo been enjoying uij-self. The weather was delightful, the roads in prime condition, and everybody 8eem?>d like homefolke. Those sociable, friendl)', evorydnv tort of pooplo, who warm up the "Gocklog of the heart" and make you glad you met them and hope to moot them again. i nave oiten hoard agents, when relating their experiences, teil of the bIuis and insult* they have received, and the general all-round cuBBe<inoS9 of the people they meet. [ have none of these to relate, 1'?r I have found tliut folks gen...

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. — 7 December 1904

PLUG. 'Can you make a mile a minute? Do vou want to tnnke it two? Plug! Are you good and up against it? Well, the only tiling to do Jk plug. Oh, you'll lind Konie marahy place* where the crust is uretty thin, And when you think you're gliding out you're only sliding in. But the only thing for you to do is think of this and grin And plus;!" ?Ldmund Vance Cooke. m &?js & The Judge's h\i By RICHARD S. GRAVES, ST. JOSEPH- VfMdltnr. BS & H'A.I AII BOLEAN hud ^ |j boon a justice of the pence O IV/j O many yours, and noboily 7[ -A-*-*- ^ bad over questioned bis XO>P right to hold tiio olllee tiie remainder of his lifo, for lie was a cripple. Year after year his name was on Hut ..? ??? "* 1 tu i ivi? i-iecnuu ami lie was not opposed after the tlrst y ea r. Another man hud made the race against him the iirst time he was a candidate for the office, and it was said that his opponent did not receive a single vote. No other candidate for the place could be found after that, atul n...

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

JAPAN'S CARE ( i Loss is Only One Per Cent., A ?Mainr Seaman Rank I His investigations in H Preventive Medicine?Soi P" WUWAJOH LOUIS L. SEAMAN. ?--.p? of New York, who went j\J\ to Japan and tlienco to Manchuria In June Inst to (fa. Investigate Japanese medlyiw methods in war, read a paper be fore the Association of Military and Naval SUrgcons of the United States k in session at St. Ixniis, Mo. Major Seaman made un extended study of tlie? United States methods in Porto Itico, the Philippines and China in l-ccent years. His studies convinced him that the great loss of men in war was due to improper feeding of soldiers rather than bullets. lie said: up iu ?Miiy i omy miotic nuu wounucd and medical cases lind reached Tokio, mostly from the base hospital at Hiroshima, which wrts continually sending largo numbers to other divisional hospitals to make room for fresli ones from the front. When I tell you that not one ended fatally up to July 3, and that every one remaining In the umf/lu n...

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 December 1904

Picks Uind-kmal. fOBMSlIHD EVXiHV WliDNKSDAY MORNING. ??BY The Sentinel-Journal Company, THOMl'SON ?fc UlCUEY, I'ltOl'S. J. L. O. THOMPSON, EDITOR. Subscription $1.00 Per Anuum. Advertising lVites Kcasonuble. K literal at Pickens roulofltce as Second Glass Mall Matter PICKENS, S. C,: Wednesday, December 7,1004. SNAP SHOTS. Laud poor is inexcusable poverty. The forecast fur Port Arthur this week is occasional "showers" with a "fall in temperature." I would rather bo a pewter dollar in a mud hole than a counterfeit christian in the amen cornor. I Uuclo Zeke jsnys t collecting in Pickens county is just like getting money from home. Comes easy. A man with small capital, looking for a profitable business, can fiud it in the laundry business in Pickens. You can't judge tho length of a cat's claw by the color of its fur, nor K.. <14 -- f i.: . -1 ii. a uiuu K>J lut! lit UI U lb lUOlllt'H. Who hath wot? Who huth sorrow? Who huth dust on his counters? Ttie man who nover advertises. As ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 7 December 1904

cp ;; 'Vv ' 11 * '??" : ' r ? Miis Mitl-krml. HaDDenioss o! a Local and Personal Nature. ?Hftve you read the conditions of our voting contest? ?Hon. J. O. Aloxaudor, of Ocouce county, visitod relatives bore last week. ?Save the single coupons in your papers and \ote thorn for your favorite. ?Mayor Judge T. Lathem, of Easley, was in Pickens Monduy on business. ^ ?If turkey is too high, the 'possum * and rabbit and persimmon crop is abundant. ?'there is plenty of time for a live worker to win a first class drop head sewing machine. ?C. E. Robinson and two hoiih, Charlie and Harry, visited in Greenville Saturday. ?Mrs E E Hughes made a brief trip to Groenvillo Friday afternoon, returning Saturday. ?W. E. Griftin, who has made Birmingham his. home since Sept 1, is on a brief visit hero. ?M iss tiuoia Folger returned from Greeuvillo Thursday, whoro she spent a week with relatives. ?.Spnrl iih Hio (inmin t ittnl ikmih* />!' your friends, nod auy it-ems of newn you may have. It is al of...

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 December 1904

taw [should ring in that u.. uuu in aio other, just at that particular time, anil tliat no one should over catch sight the mysterious ringer, was enough ito cause excitement, even in a place juvherc sensations were more common jihan they Were in that little backjwooils settlement. 1 Clark's Crossing hafl been named after the wealthy owner of the largest ?tarni in the township. It is doubtful Jf this name would have been chosen if the man who had tirst annlied it io tho cluster of houses that stood near llto npot .where the railway crossed the main road had supposed jjthat tin' neighbors would adopt tho panic, for Mr, Clark was not popular [qmong thorn. They distrusted and disjliked him. b lie was an ignorant man, but no one could say lie was positively dishonest, jffle was too acute to be caught in any itof the petty meannesses of which they Mfelt sure he had been guilty; therefore, jtliey could only watch him closely in 'ail their dealings, and probably believed liitn guilty of nin...

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 December 1904

Ill 1 11 AiM" II ??<*?* a I WAT Win HJKJAFo V I '{ Port, Arthur Now Admitted to Be Surely Doomed. DEADLY BLOW IS STRUCK Summit of 203-Meter Hill Occupied By Beanigerg and Town and Harbor are at Mercy of Big Guns. Tho official announcement was Bent out from Toklo Thursday that the Japanese have occupied the summit of 203-Meter hill, at Port Arthur. This importaut position has been the object of severe and continuous lighting, and cable reports, from time to time, have indicated that many men have been sacrificed in the eltor^ to capture it. Tho position designate!! is a dominating point in the range wfetch lies to the westward of the town of Port Arthur, and according to reports It commands artillery range of tho harbor and a portion of the main town. Its approximate distance from tho citadel or main defenses is t ireo to four miles. Reports from both Tokio and St. Petersburg indicate that isolated engagements of a more or loss severo naturo are occurring along the front of the Ma...

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. — 7 December 1904

5Jnr?VTHE COST *cir *7? ? -Wages Compared With F ?W4J*. 4^. .. termine the Meas f v$l ? ?*.#- I _ I./?# uriouia Coacernlng the costs of living as uppiled to the wages earned, aiid the extravagant claims made from Republican National headquarters to the effect that this Is an era of great prosperity, the following excerpt from a speech made In the hall of the House of Representatives in Washington by Mr. Allan Bonny, of New Jersey, on Jan. 28, last, she-ds much light on the subject. Mr. Benny said: "They tell ub on tho other Bide, ivlr. Chairman, that wages have Increased 12 per cent, during the Republican administration, and that the coat of llvJan. 1, July 1, 1000. WJl. Breadstuffa *13,705 $10,587 Meats 7,0'.i0 7,529 Dairy and garden 12,075 8,714 Other food 9,035 7.S-S7 Clothing 14.S45 13,808 Metals 10,240 11,042 .Miscellaneous 10,111 jc.-ou Total $99,191 $72,455 "These llgures Indicate that the cost of living was G per cent, higher in 1900 than in 1890; 41 per cent more in 1902 th...

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. — 14 December 1904

THE PICKENS SENTINEL-JOURNAL. # ^ ^ Eutored April 23, 1908 at Pickeus, H. C., n? rpooihI claw matter, under act of CougrenB of March 8, 1879. VOL XXXIV * PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14. 1904. QUEER FOLKS. Everybody Queer But Us. THEIR FADS ARE INEXPLAINABLP. Zeke Ruminates on Queer Things ? auti now I hey Know. "This in n queer world." How often have you heard tlint remnrk from people <>1' ynur no quaintunce, but it is my mindici ^ opinion that the old world is pretty near on the level, win In it in ill > people that are quef?r. It has boen saUl lh.it every person is u little off in the head on buuiv; auoject or other, and while I can't vouch for tho truth of I,lie statement, I will say, with the exception of you niul 1, they all have a hobby which they are ready to rido whenever an opportunity offers, and if you doubt it watch your acquaintances and Pf-e how long it will take you to discover their woak spot, or in other w-.rda. "their fad," and you will fi...

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. — 14 December 1904

NEVER JHlND T Hf ? r Jl? Offeror mind the old times? ^ )> They were bHght and Bweet; Bunny *kie? above you? 1 Violets iit your feet;, SBut the new tin?es wear a snuliu iucc Tbst'rt mightv good to meet, JAm' you'd better Uud the light that make a the mom in'! \ft' / r % A RACE 1 A TUr "RTTrPTT 8gj0IOIOK)K*ECTOU and. Selim are tired1 Jfc i a ?' stable. Let's liave a $ ffi ride, Bertha," said Annette at* ** Maynard to her young friend, Bertha Hilton, as they stood together on the porch of a plain I) rick Umso in Brownsville, Tex. Bertha was the motherless daughter, and Annette tlie orphaned sister, <?f two as brave bonier oftlcers as ever |<Irew a sword. Both girls had grown ?p on the frontier, and were familiar Twith tln? crack of a rille and the ileree (jell of tl?o Indian. li or 111 a looked off toward the chaparral, but made no reply, and Annette continued: "It is a line morniug. Suppose wo take a gallop to the battlolield of Ho?aea? We can he h:ick in half an hour." "Yes*...

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. — 14 December 1904

i^bVv^* ^; ^1 : * v'i iTiirsi Second and Last Ses Congress Convene A BRILLIANT SCENE Flowers and Fair Women Added Luster to the Ooca sion?Opening Session Very Brief. A Washington special says: With tne sonato in session thirteen minutes and tho house fifty-three minutes, the last session of tho fifty-eighth congress was assembled Monday at noon. Tho time of both bodies was dovoted entirely to tho usual formalities of opening day. There wero tho greetings between members the great floral display, and the hundreds of visitors, ' with beautifully gowned women prodominating, corridors, committed rooms wero thronged. Tho bustle ox tended oven to the floors of tho chambers. The gavels of Senator Frye, president pro tern, of the senate, and Speaker Cannon, of the house, fell exactly at 12 o'clock. Tho' opening prayers wore made by tho chaplains, Rev. Edward Everoit Halo, D. D., in the sen- | ato and Rev. II. N. Condon, in the I house. In both house and senate com- | mlttees were appointed ...

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. — 14 December 1904

Mm SrcM-hml. PunrasuKi) ICYKKK WKDNKHIMY MOJHNINO. 'y'"' V' V ' '' 1^' The Sentinel-Journal Company, iuumipvo m jlw aul, x nurn, m.i. uj-'.u-u? ..L i" ..j.." '.. . J. L,. O. THOMPSON, Kuitob. Subscription $1.00 Per Auuum. Advertising Bates Reasonable. > .? |r v t _ 1 _ " ' ? Entered at Pickens PoBlofflce as Second Glass Mall Matter PICKENS, S. C.: Wednesday, December 14,1904. TO OUR PATRONS. After January 1st this paper will be au all homo print, sevon-oolumu quarto, with plenty of news, and space for all of our correspondents, We hope they will help us to make the papor interesting, and that our readers will appreciate our efforts enough to stand by us and will pay in advance. Among tlio now features wo will put on, will be a corking good serial story which will please both young and old, and interesting from beginning to end. The title is ''Abner Daniel," und the plot is laid in North Georgia, and depicts "cracker" life toa"T." It is a storj in which wit anil wisdovn play an im...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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