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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 18 January 1905

XENS SEE Entored April 28, 1908at Pickens, S. (., as second class matter, VOL XXXIV PICKENS, sour CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY8 EAW)1Y NEWS. Death--Marriages Personals. A BUSINESS CENTRE. interesting Items Gathered for Busy Readers. Easley, Jan. 6.-The cold wave is on, but the order of business is in no wise chiled in (ur! town. There is not an idle man along tho various lines of activity, who is able or willing - %vork. Our merchants are on the bustle, and trado is brisk, despito the low prio of cotton. Drop into a store in Easley, any sIay in the week, ut on Saturda. it' particular, and ou will.ed to wait, to be served. S00o f our b-isiness houses are vori bee hives, which would remind of much larger cities. Said the riter to one of our merchants the ther day. "Mr. - you appear o be protty crowded this afternoon." cs," was the -reply, "but wo will try stand the pressure." It is a fact, t to be denied, that much of the ado from thi3 and other counties, hich formerly wont to Greenvi...

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. — 18 January 1905

jimr 18, 1905~.' r~rR,]Vlt(UIIesone a. Ginpaniy .t PitosA. AOnn~k)Tum. nstomoo as Secon cass 8 . C.: nnY 10ary 18, 1905. I iSLATIVE NOTES. ~~. ~ ~ rea'dent omres1UpondenI'.) *iIean s re-clected Speaker r t4,,,It oppositionl, and( a6v the subordinat el e-elcted agd re-ap easues alclud a n ! ' have nelf ouw-. o.Imber of as~ )U bsok&&V to present abical "bills" and, as usual, w days of a Jegislative sem given towards bringing tht V topchinery into active M'01o3diiion. ' ;h1 Senitte, gomie measures of n 'O)-A60tional nature have beCi uo9 These touch chiefly up o Iponsary, id evident a decided effort tv ore the Legialattiro certain gislation," but the prospaci the majority senitmnunt in 'd Watnre, as it develops, will be very positive in insisting dho j ers Convention. to i resolution of lsit| 0th, his meeting ad ea et on the th, and oni fRmera& -gainl came1 to S y ov. W- C. wa oC :m, 6 r which W. T. p ~ l( n th armr otob e op.G 'W13 wth maiediakentionty.ii I ' e aheieawo or ...

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. — 18 January 1905

I you owe for Your paper nov good time to pay for it. Subsoribe for the Sentinel Jour And keep up with the news. rico for it. -Thoro are said to bo 20,000 baIl0 f Cotton in the hau(sM of 8outh Caro Ina fori nor. -Tho diru-tor of the U. S. mir i reports tbat iii 3904 South COrolit"' roducedI $113,200 in gold and 600 unces of silvor. --,The Chicago Tribune in its an, ual review states that there were leas than a half dozen cases of lynch ng in 1904 in South Carolina. Lost-Last week at Holder'st ford, S3O1 hand pump, used for washing oil uggies.. Finder roturni to J. T. (Bub)~llichey and get reward. - The farmers seem more deter incd than ever to control the price cotton. A out of 25 per cent. in e acreage this year will do the t 111068. yr -Married, on 11th inst. at the res ( ce of George Terrell, Mr. Pink iles to Miss Janie Mansoll, both of t Plckens county, A. L. Edens, N. P., ficiating to --if you have a load or '.wo of good ry pine wood, ready cut for stove, tr ou wish to exchange...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 18 January 1905

-ire Cit for .0 o UVject 0 anted. rmer that cai centt, and pay Ad~r- -fortilizer and nd up. We wanit Vewant to1 " an pay -0n every 130) otton cet.ts and * ~gsomething or *rmer that can af. .-A kton on hand at r uce another crop armer that does It he can buy his f n? (if he can got dheaper than he h, act like a sant the hard cash that poduco this cotton n 4ay off and buy hi., of cotton in one day, go sell out his cotton Rye feed and be a gen lei ure for one whole e it feels. farmer that can to $0.0(-3r bushel '0 barrel for flour, 12 t with 61 cent cotton his "bread basket" sck-bone and see the 'It cards over his cottoii 1the farmer that can %)ices for cotton goods Otton and mako both ring we can do, and -Aoiwer tho benefit I the cotton grow nd his shirt will aching the waist. pants; and the n idiVave to immig'rate a warmer chimate. oture of the man, ake n' u *topt at the head of xi, and all five of the hat writes for tiB col e a back seat and give lry of all five men to amier' Uniou ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 25 January 1905

T.HE PICKENS SENTIE T H II Eutored April 23, 1908 at Pickene, S. C., as second class matter under A of Congress of Marc 1 VOL XXXIV PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25, 1905. ZEKE EVENS UP With Contractor Who Left Him B oke. He Raffles the Contractors Only Horse, and the Boys Enjoy the Proceeds. Once on a time I was rather tond of a practical juke. Although I will admit those jokers are a nuisance in a com inunity, still they have their fun, nd their pranks are often very musing--if the joke is on the ther fellow-aid there are also t mes when they "pay pretty dear for ieir whistle." one timo I was acting in the cap ty of foreman for a railroad contractor. Our part of the busi nets was the building of the fenceA aiong the right of way, and in our work we used a horse and hand car for distributing the material. The contractor was a Canadiap, and was always ready to play a joke on any one, and there were none too rough for his purpose. It was his special delight to get me in...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 25 January 1905

D UVEMY WED,NLsDAY MORNINO. The Sntinel-Journal Oompany. A Tnoursox & Rtionnr, Pimps. J. 1'. 0. THOM1NPSON, EurrnR. ubtseriptioi $1.00 P.r Ailna. Advtiii.ig q 1, 1. aeomle. r iltured C.t Pieens iomzomee a secowd k!, Mc.n Matter Wedacadan, Jamuary 25, 1901. Strcnj Plea to Farmers. D a Edt r and Fo'low Fit !. Wl( 3. %%( (u<dr11i p? I 1t1iA i 0. time sone of th-. best. mids "we, comuing 1, - I , n 1t anlivig %%h, inhf rtI'tion ihr y halve inl re "r f he crisi. which % e are f ving. I. s LO chi(ld Jhy. As I tite it ill co sideration my aiin is to sMato v fis, i I know) lo- I .3 imvo starit o.1I ~in w faith in thI s im tlor aking of tlhe farn; ors move:ii.1. A 4 I doZmit, it i j'est ami- right thi't we shoubl bare InI (qluitOb1o pric for t' Io [tIll I ave to fight to oil' r igtior.t a Other hlonorableu enterpr""Is,,t h 111j31st ti ertakinigs agiintA the far imrs1 aro the oneu I o1n striking at. It iak'es grit and grace to runai lte machinery, an(d us Mr. Striblin hial lai Iit -wn ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 25 January 1905

01 0 ~thrad 48o d z 2 doz. * Pitans Methodist nday, evening at 7:80 at Tweve Milo Moth the fifth Syliday at --A lucal woather profit says this is going to bo a good fruit year. We hopo so. ---Can't 'm Sne 8tir lip the cot ton ainn:l;oL and 1,pt n brig hbtr lol on mieind n d hnrg? -You have juist on imor- mn mti ill whicl to imake ou tax V0U- a oh Countiy Aliit >r; D mn't put i. V tooI long. --The early gardeur is gei)"og anxious to go to work, ntw if the weathor will parnlit ho will oon be at it. Do not delay but go at onco t) R. 0. (Carcer's great removal sale for goods vill not hist log at his pricos. 1Z, -ad li! now ad. - 4g amd hominy may niot sonnd i kstidious t. rin, but it is better i the farmr thau Iore cOtton at. 5 cents i pound. _-The11 mother of Sheritl and Robt. .lrown Wqs buried at, tle famtuilyl celm tery last second Sunday. Sho was) 83 years old and a devoted member of the Methodist church. -If you don't bAltove a country editor has a tough life, take his place alo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 25 January 1905

ARMEli Conducted by th4 Farn Short and Timely Articles that will eooived, and are Solicited for On any Phase or Subject c MORGAN SAYS HOLD YOUR COTTON. Fertilizcr Notes Will be Extended and Cotton Protected. Presidlnt E . T. Morgan, of the Virgii a (1rolion-Chemical com. paIny, ials writic I ill Opu lettor to all diVisOn sni imnageilaers, evi denci ig the keen Ilind IMI)Stubttial in terest flt in that orgaI izationl ill the wel fa rC af th fariwrs and rmer chants of th Boath. The letter in part follows: The treasureir of' thi8 company is having so many requests to (exi the notes of son.0 of our customaers and patroni, who havo not finished paying their bilk and who desire to hold thleir coto-:atmg that, tiey Ill lLher) ihl y will gt more for the colton lauer nil, that Ibis con pany has conclude,1 to issui) a% gonerail lettr -i on the sulbj -e as follow- : Aiiy farmer or merchait w ho may b owing your division imonwy and who has cotton whici lie de sires to hold, you are at liberty t...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 1 February 1905

VOL PICKENS T LJ Eutered April 28, 1908 at Pickens, S. O., as second class watter, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. OL XXXIV PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1905. N036 CATEECHEE LETTER Sudden Death of Colonel D. K Norris in Baltimore. NEW OFFICERS FOR CATEECHEE MILL General News Notes Paragraphed bi Our Regular Correspondent. Having been in ill health foi about two years and after the very best medical skill here failed ti give any relief, Col. D. K. NorriE left this place on the 14th inst., for John Hopkins Hospital at Balti. more for treatment. His many friends here wore very afnxious for i change for the btter, but con trary to their expectations a tolo grn' was received here on the 2 announcing that he was wo 1. Immediately his wife and daughter started from Seneca and were joined at N )rris by Mr. G. F. Norris, nephew of Col. Norris, who proceeded on their way to Balti more, but in accordance with God's will the dearly beloved one breathed his last about ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 1 February 1905

f mli LEVEJIY WEDNEsDAY MORNINO. -BY 1he Sentinol-Journal Company. TnoMPnoN & RICiHEY, Pnors. J. L. 0. THO MPSON, Eurron. Subscription $1.00 Per Anum. Advertising t .tes Reasonable. K itered et rickens Postoffice as Second Class PICKENS, S. C.: Wednesday, February 1, 1905. Col.'D. K. Norris Dead, C1. ). K Norris died at 9 o'clock Monday night in Baltimore where he had gone to enter a hospital for treit ment. He died before an optration could be performed. Ho had been in declining health for some time, al though lie continued in active charge of businOs intarosts. Mr. Norris was born in St. Mait thews 1%ri-h, Orangobiu rg County, Novemuber 1, 1846. His father was a plantuer, ind young Norris for tho greater part Of the timo liv. d on the pbuitatioi lintil 1887, when li! ru m11ovkd to 1iekory Flat, which h is si.top Ieeni his home. He was at. tending school at P0. dleton when tih civil war came on. Though a mero boy lie entered upon active ser. vice in the Confederato army, enlist...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 1 February 1905

mmM lid'~ i 4 ~ J~ ait! Ppi sional Naurei. '4i't~ i.: .on oul~ g 'round in ace t1t u tibe grip. ) au is b ha io, but Its down Ler from the land of Shuboloff, And when it gets a hold on. you You conugh, 4 , Cough, Cough. -Cotton is crawling up toward 7c. -Auditor Keith is out on bis an nual round. - 0. T. Cantrell was a pleasant caller at this office Monday. -Flour continues to advance in price- Tho best patent flour is now worth $7.25 a barrel. -We-have had more big whito frosts this fall and win ter than -wo ever saw in one season boforo. -We arb adding new subscribers to our list every day, but we still have room for a fow more niamues. --A large number of commercial travelers are now visit'ug this town, soliciting orders for spring goods. Ou want to be thoroughly ad v inl Pickens county The Sen. tPial is the mediun to use. --A localweather prophet says this section will be visited- by two big snows within the next month. -Misses Kate Hester and Ella Lo(pe' visited Mrs. Southerlan...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 1 February 1905

VILILAGES IN THE DARK. aVanese Settlements Amid. Dente Groves of Ever-reenis. Without having actually seen them, you cannot imagine how dark some Japanese country villages remain, even in the brightest and hottest weather. In the neighborhood of Tokyo itself there are mn1)y villages of this kind. At a short distance from such a settle ment you see no houses; nothing is vis ible but a dense grove of evergreen trees. The grove, which is usually composed of young cedars and bamboos, serves to shelter the village froi storms and also to supply timber for various pur poses. So closely are the trees planted that there is no room to pass between the trunks of thein; they stand straight as masts and mingle their crests so as to form a roof that excludes the sun. Each thatched cottage occuples a clear spa('e in tiMe phantatioln, the trees form ing a fence about it doblile the height of the building. Under the trees It is always t wilight, even at high noon, and the houses. morning and evenin...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 8 February 1905

4 ~~ 4 4 t44 Etitored Apri1 23, 1903, o't Piokiezs, S. 0.,, as son ls atr ne td _______________ PICKENS SOUTH CAROLINA, WE[NSAF~RA~ ,10 ABNE DANII TPe~iuinia'I talked the more he was Interested, till it was bubbling out all over him. ne's a New Inglander, who thinks a country lawyer without a Harvard education belongs to an effete civilizatipn, and I let him think he 1was pumping me. I even left off my g's and ignored my r's. I let hln think he had struck the softest thing of his life. Pretty soon he begun to want to know if you cared to sell, but I skirted that indifferently, as if I had no inter est whatever in it. I told him your fa ther had bought the property to hold for an advance; that he had spent years of his life picking out the rich est timber spots and buying them up. The came right out, as I hoped he vonu id asked ile the amount you .wa o borrow on the property. I had to eak' quick, and, remembering that you had said the old gentleman had put in about $20,000 first and ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 8 February 1905

'ildr41 Company. 8ON, EDIToR. P ehr Aunum. tg RI tea Reasonable. Vostofilce as Second Class al litter . E, S. C. : ly, Febriuary 8, 1905. ihSo1 he was any thing "I'ays sinlC Our lat issue 41re of tli3 ofice was in Grippe" but at present nagint to creep about ption of tho joreman, t ling the bed down). it louoed very much wonld not bo ablo to thio week. But there as one of the Ashville 1 to apoligize for missing i an Aiville weekly ifsheet. Ao writes no Tommy rot Sbue-set tot and quinino. HERE IT BELONGS. Orriers report a great lug by those who were lie cold last week. at the carriors gentle y hve nothing to, do with laine where it belongs Ives. We gave you fair en you failed to lIt on, we 'took it for AN1wish tocontinuo W We are not through fti pro4A3s by 1113 I. otitileu until fihe 11 er, have come in nild VS aUt 1,1aCk On the lit, 3 others who hmvE palid .p dropped. W1 are SOW names10 and taking ) are well pleased at, We oppreciato a man in and pay his back ie aven if lie refuses ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 8 February 1905

NP. e Farmers for the mers. 11 be of Benefit to our Re.ders Will be or this Page. Articles ai o to be t of Farm r g or F arm Life. anld fi.rtinzer tu b - n'd in 1906. THlE PRmElIPE.N' wOl-IK 'Eight. Th president of the S aasocition, upon leceivinlg thoso reports, lhiall immediately tabulate -,Vc siamo -and sen. a copy thereof to the co9unty chairman in the dif feront cotton statts and territoric.i. er Ninth. If any county not al ready organized 8shoud Fhil to or ganize tl., vice president of the stato inl wlici vaid couinty is sitin. (.-d shall cause said (un.y to be he -rgainized as herein provided atl l- if any piecinct Ohould fail to or he gnniz- thi comniy ci oirman of the w 1 county ii, whieibc such precinct is 118, situated ha calno .i uici precinct ed ti 1)- organizi (1 as hereij pro uc- videtd. 25 ".Tinth. It shall bl th'e further ial duty < f I he Ili -s I 1 1 is a-po il1 cbition to iCept 1I.e 1 n. 1 1a1d pro- alddr,'Ses Ifll' hl! 11 r-ons) w';> re poit f1us6o to j1.-...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 8 February 1905

"PO '98 1i 0! a Lal anl PersQial Nature. .ibere is plenty of time left for a Jiveoutolder to win out in the contest. -There is a good deal of noving about among the form laborers and t*T1ntu aQ YOU about the weather. Just think what tho other fellow is catching, --The next festival is that 0 f St Valentino, February 14th, when, it iS sai.1, the birds mate. -Wells, ponds and water courses still need miuchl mioro rain to rais. them to usual winter levels. -'leaso do not hold your c:>upons If you intend to vto thern, vote them now. They count as much now a ever. -The cotton acreage in Picken county will be materially reduced this year in comparison with last year. -Many of the cont(stants in the contest are holding iback foi "a ru-h." Don't fool yourselves, "all tho world 1ghteIr." latest "fad" among the youl girl is the collecting of l)Oys handkerchiefs end making a "friend. ship shirtwaist." If any subscriber fails to get his paper regularly qud promptly, he will confer a favor by...

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. — 8 February 1905

Ono DU Diaouein(8 1 Local and Personal Nature. Tbee is plenty of time left for a iv: outsider to win out in the contest. -There is a good dual of moving about among the form laborers and tenn 'O ~ , you jbout the weathcr. Just think what, the other fellow is cutchling, -The next festival is t hat o f tl Valentino, February 14th, who, it is sai.], the birds .mato. .-Wellm, ponds1 tand water courms still ni((.d much 1110r ailn to rais tII to USUIl winter levols. -Hleaso do not hold your c:u pons If you inten( to vvtO them, vote thC now. They count. as muI now a ever. -The cotton acreago in Pickens county will bo materially rediiced this year in comparison with last year. -Many of the cont(stants in- the contest are holding back foi "a ru, b." Don't fool yourselvos, "IAll the world 1 ghter." latest "fad" among the you irls is the collecting of boys handhorchiefs und making a "friend. ship shirtwaist." If any subscriber fails to get his paper regularly qnd promptly, he will confer a fav...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 8 February 1905

thoe fare, ti6' doing the following his owo .lay o fault upoli the sh horse sit as PaddY.,'s delace. Of him, too, thathe serves without. Uht hearted lad, be he -gains In the run of the tage of 0 shillings. Tho clenp For a " the boundary the charg ns b0tween I) a. m. and Ily Sixpence. By time 0 one and six an hour, sixpence for each suc -Still tie Jarvy does fair ey, who is no better than k me to his home. It g Gardens, where there on rows of neat little red es, with gardens and sta 2-o0nt at ?20 a year. Own s he does, Barney pays no o'any one, and if he drives are 'Us more for love than t in and year out h )uta y "childer, G less 'em!" 114 inave need of edu mart little home, with -littlo wife, there are im. n than he. r not for the fightin'," says "a better man than Barney ,a shirt over his head." Seems, believes that ani hould be cultivated. Being a . ith his hands and blithe 'Ottle, lie colors the week's ot.--Vance Thompson inl ING IN BERMUDA. Life of Cryntni Desthni nA led to the...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 15 February 1905

TH PICKENS SENI E =1 R Eutored April 23,;1903 at Pickens, S. 0., as second class matter, under act of Congress of March 8, 1879. VOL XXXIV PICKENS, SOUTI-I CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1905. NO-38 ZEKE WELL AGAIN. After a Jeek of Grip, Bone Set Tea, Castor Oil, Etc. HE WRITES OF HEN FEVER The Old Man Gives His Past Experienct With Yankeo Schemes For Raising Poultry. Some of the citizens of ':ckens county have the "chicken fuer." I envy tliose men, and at;the saie time I am sorry for thon, as I he hen fever is a diseaso that "sticketh closer than a brother." It is worse than measles, or the seven year itch, and onco Coltracted, it can never be entire..ly eradicated from I croght it when a boy, and evon at this htAe (ay I call hear the cock as he warns us of the coming morn, at a much groater. distatico than the landlady's call to "turn out." It is ''music to my soul" and stirs up memories of the days whon my happiest hours were spent in the poultry yard, in caring for my feather...

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. — 15 February 1905

P JuSHED EvERIY wEDN4E8DAY MORNN -- Y The Sentinol-Joursal Company. THOMI'soN & IBIICHEY, 1Urs. f l _ J. L. 0. THOMPSON, EDIToR. Subisoription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising R .tes Reasonabb lCutered at Pickens Poatoffioe as Becoud cis Mi) Matter PICK(ENS, S. C. : Wednesday, February 15, 1905. Historical Facts. Editor SentinelJournal: If ye will aeccept (if our communicatioi me will fron) tine give so&.e lii torical facts and figures of valu and considerable, iniformation t, your tniy readers. Our firs will be tho Ilawatin Islands-th paindis of the Pacific. Until recontly the Hawaiin h lands were scarcely known to ill. great uma.s of tile people in any part of the world, loyoind a vogui reccollecti.n it hovimg road of Capt Cook and th Sandwich Is. hiland, in kehool books. The steady march of civilization under the sturdy hand of the Anglo.Saxon has changed llis non ditin completely, and now the peo, ple all over the civilized world have heard of and know sometbini about the Ha...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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