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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 21 June 1905

P. 3 I Pl PiIl Nature t .1, w P having -Tho harvesting of the small grain crous has commenced inl this section. 4k -'--A good many peoplo from this section. contemplate visiting the mountains this summer. -The potato bugs have made their appearance in somo sections and are damaging the ptirnts. ---The Piedont Fair aseociation will hold a Fourth of July cilohration it (lhe air gro)Inds in Gieonville. -The weathi r in this section the piast week bas t 1e fnle1, anld the farinrs have mado good uso of the tilme. -The man who asks if it's ''hot onough f-r you ' has made his ap pearance along with other summer fluisalncos. -There will be a special conven tion of Pickens Lodge No. 123, K. of ), next Monday tnight. All mom ber. and visiting brethren are re. quested to bf thi re. Woi k in the third rank. --The children of the late Dr. and Ars. J. J. Morgan, who are staying with their Aun ti, Mrs. M!ary Freeman at Taylor's station are on a visit to their relatives, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bo-ven, ...

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. — 21 June 1905

A FIRE. OF ABC onie of the he burned, aild great deal of meanls a Sacr * building will THE G13 It is u you comeI tlh sale, the goo MOTNNW ED Ii EQUITABLE SOCIETYi Former Secretary of Navy New Chairman of' Trustees. PO~LICY HOLDERS8 TO COME FIRST Ex-President 'Cleveland and Other Prominent Americans Appointed AsI - Trustees-Long Fight Over Manage men of Company Ended. New York, Juie 10.-P-aul Morton, the niewly electedl chairmian of the boar~do I dlirectors of the 10quitable Life Assurance Society of the Uited ,g States of America today said that in 11 his plans for the reorganization of' Ihee ecciety hie intends to consider firs;t ofp all the interests of the policy holders. h "You can say for me," said( Mr. Mor.t ton, "that the w-atchw~ord in my con-~ s aection with the IEquitable Life A4sur- o ance society will be, 'for the best in. , terests of th epolicy holders.' I (do. not propose to reflect in any way on the former management. I simpuly take matters as I find them, and shall ...

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. — 28 June 1905

1E PICKINS SENTINEUJOUR Eutored April 23, 1903 tit Pickens' S. C., as second class matter; under act of Congress of -March 3, 1879. PICKFN59 SOUTH CAROLIENA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28, 1905. CATEECEE DOTS. Birtlis--Deaths--Personals, CHANGES AT MILL, All the Fea From a Thriving Mill Tow After a silonceo of several weok we again take our seat to cha with the correspondeits, the readl era in geoeral, the editor, the com. Positors, the (levil ot. al. No excuse for our silence ol the lack of news. General Green hts beenl the top. ic of the day over sinco he first made his :plwaparnee this sea1son. He i, ,o woll kuowi by all agos and sizos Lhat he nood no intro ductioln . lowivr, wo nro here to tell the readers that the farm, OrS of this sectionl llave the get-up and-got about them and that they have comiored that oimy and have its fi!e crops as can be found in tho county taling them as a whole. Mi, Will Maddox has the brag cotton on Capt. Garrett'8 pIapo near Norris. Will is agood farmer. Blac...

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. — 28 June 1905

tV P UB .IUHD EVER1Y WEDNU4DAY MORNING. -BY The Sentinel-Journal Company. THOMPSON & RIonIEY, '1ops. J. U. 0. THOMPSON, ED'roN. ubscriptioU $1.00 Per Auumm. Advertising Rates Reasonable. Entered at Piokens iostotleo as seconid Claitn Mall Matter PICK ENS, S. C. a Wednesday, June 28, 1905. A TROLLEY LINE. Will Pickens Pull for It? A compaily ban been organizoil in North Carolina to const ruct, a trolley line from AshIevillo thrtol'21h Heider. son and Rutherford counltio..i to Try on in Polk county with a branchi to GaI~uey, H. C. W. A. Smith, a leading hawyer and promoter of lendersionvilin IN prosi dent and F. M. Strnto a wealthy capitilist from (leveland, Ohio, is vice presidout. of .ho company and as 10 per cent of the stock is paid in the 11road is all asalred fact. Thero is also a movement on foot. to build a road fIrom Easloy ,o An) derson, S. C. By connecting thes, two roads14 witi a line from Tryon to Pickens and using the Pickelns rtil. road to Easley it woiild be (he fi...

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. — 28 June 1905

pe I iN - 8 o f a . tai l P er' so n a l N atu r e '''. . Va continue to come, J ;Uop fine condition to ro -A luan f fifty thinks he can fae. cnato . a girl gf twenty, And she * Rkes him think it. Vionics and protracted mctings are havig their influence in keeping the price of chickens up. -Farmers who followed Qur ad. vice and planted upland corn have seen the wisdom of following good advice. -We are informed that many of our farmers are sowing their stubble laud in peas and other forage crops This e good news. -If you want to make a barrel full of money go to raising chickens lor market. The prices tire out of sight to a pJor man. -Everything that has been plant ed is growing by jumps and bounds seemihgly. All kinds of home grown vegetables are now ptentiful. -The picnic at High Falls July 4th promises to be a grand success. On that day Oconee and Pickens counties will be iell represented. --The girls and boys are home fron college having a good time resting after their hard labor...

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. — 28 June 1905

T kLWHQNE COMP'A IN E 8TO M EE empers of Independent Lines To Gather In Chicago. Chicago, June 10.--frhe annual inter. national interstate telephone assocla. tion which is the organization of lu dependent telephone compales of the country, takes place in this city June 20, 1 and 22. The convention will be a delegate body of 400 to 500 members, augment ed by the leading spirits in the pro. moting and financial fields of indepen. dent telephony. The purpose of the organization is to effect among the various indepen dent interests a closer and more mili tant organization for successful meet. Ing opposition. The situation in the United States, according to govern. ment representatives and other author ities show the independents to 'have 2,500,000 telephones and hiqestld Cap. ital of $250,000,000, as against 1,800, 000 other telephones and invested cap. ital of $400,000,000. Fatal Head-On Collision. Dallas, Tex., June 10.-'A head-on collision between two Texas and New Orleans trains occ...

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. — 5 July 1905

THE_ PIKL SEJOURN -_ r1 A ri 3, 19 19( nL iekens, s C., as secoud class matter, under act of Congres or > 3,is7. VOL XXXV PICKENs, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY JULi 5, 90 * "" MORALIZES. Things Should be as They are Money, *Prestige nor Power Should BrAo'k the Will of the People. A NEWSY BATCH FROM, ATEECHEE. Wit.l m.kpioussh 11owors of last - N~week everytlhig of a green nature h1a1 taken oni now life, the atmosi. phere cooled to a certain extent. laying by timo iS iear at hand and everyl'odiy semns to have a smile on their faco. Well, August is atboiut the onlly month11 in e yril' the poOr Old farmer can elijoy. Of couirse his rItions ruin dow n pretty fino al out that time of year, but. through Providence he can cnjnoy the fruits of his labor and ik thy ha)piest Croatt 1Are On God's greeti carth. At that seaon of the year if he hats made rcparitions for it he has all the luxtuies of a garden thit heart coild wish for, b.-Sides wa ter meloIw, fruits. etc. No debts duo julit ati th...

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. — 5 July 1905

'Unjusn1I51D EVERY WEDNEFDAY MORNINO. -BY The Sentinel-Journal Company. THOMPsoN & RicHpY, PiRoPs. J. l. 0. THOMPSON, Emwron. Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Ritos Reasonable. nitered at Pickens i'ostofice as Second Class Mail Matter PICK ENS, S. C.: Wednesday, July 5, 1905. In the opinion not only of the Democrats but many of the promi nent Republieans as well, that Presi. dent Roosevelt has made a blnnder of his administration by his refusal to permit his Secretary of the Navy Paul Morton, to bo prosecuted for his share of the responsibility for the granting of rebates to the Sanita Fe road (of which Morton was vice President in oilae of freight, Lraili) in violation not only of the law but. an express in junt iion of the cour t, as a result of tho P18residnit's refusal Judson Harmon, who sat in Mr. Cleveland's cabinet at Lhe saine table as Paul Morton's father, and Freder ick Judson, who together woro re tained as special counsel to prosecute the case of the governi...

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. — 5 July 1905

10 CBS lthU-lJourna1. Tql!9 fii in vmwari watore * 'c. ) * ~itj siok. y sup. -A girl never gets too big to kiss till she falls in love with another fel. An%. . . -The meuntain party returned Ionday night well pleased with :ieir outing. - B. B. LaBoon has been confined t his room this week but is now thIe to be up. -E. E. Mauldin and daughter, Of .htsley I. F. D. No. 1, were in P'dk. vo., last Thursday. -Jasper Martin, Esq. of D nalds, S. 0., is on a visit to the fa 1y of his Kinsman, H. A. Richey. -Married . T./Miller, Ansel y and Mrs. manda Holden, n', colored. All of'Pickeps. --The Hagood school district No. o., will open on the 17th inst. with - E. Wellcox as principal. --Rev. 0. M. Abney expects two his sisters to visit him this week MiN ooks for them to reach Pickens his afternoon. --Miss Clov Grifin, of Washing 1 -n, D. C., is on a isit to her father, Ca~t. J. A. Gripin ai d other relatives a1 the county.' -Mrs. Eliza grady and children, Columbia, vr on a visit last week her 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. — 5 July 1905

SUPERVISOR'S REPORT. Claims Filed and Allowed for Quarte Ending June 30. 1905. W M Allgood, gnard........... 10 ( " 1 bh.cksmuit . . ... . . 1 41 11 Abbercrowbie, cojistabl. ..... 17 11 66 44 60( 16 "4... 3 70 3 ( Atkinson, bridge work 150 W M Allgood, repairs, etc...... 5 .1" R A Alexinder, bridgo work.... 5 00 B A Allgood, bd eq .............7 3 W M Allgood, guard ...........2 00 J T Anthony, rowd % ork .........2 00 " " briige work ...... 00l ] 0 Atkinson, bridge work..... 3 00 W M Allgood, guard.. ... .... 20 00 J T Anthony, road work........ 2 00 V 11 Burgess, rond work . .... 9 '28 A J Barnes, bridge work..... :' 00 J F Boggs, bridg work ........ 21; 35 J F Birock, repairing plow...... 1 15 J A Drown, road tax refuntdd .. 2 00 J B RoTldg, constabl. ......... 3 70 Dr J L Bolt, med ervices.... . ..2 0( O W Brazento ................. 4 (1 Di J L Bolt, me104 Services...... 100 C G W Bowei, bridgo work ...... 17 7t D J Boliug, road worik ......... 1 7C 8 H Brown , bridg Work . . . ...

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 July 1905

THE PICKENS SE NIEJO Entored April 23, 1903 at PickeuR, S. C., as second olass matter, under act of Congress of March 8, 1879 xOL XXXV PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, JULY .12 905 The Case of Stiles Moore. At the hour of going to. prosi last Thursday, the case of ths State vs- Stiles Moore, charge< with rape, had just been opened and no account could be given of i last week. 1 'wovor, on account of thesick niess of Mr, E. L. LHerendon, on1 of the attorneys forthe dotense, to ease (lid not pro~ced very fm in detail brfore tho court adjourn ed until Friday morning at i o'elock. At that hour court con. vened; at 11:15 a. m. the testimo ny was all in and E. L. Herneon Eeq. opened tho argument fjr the defense. Speeches were also made 11y Senator J. R Earle and Major Win. J. Stribling, and at 4 :55 So, licitor J. E. Boggs closed tUe argil. m1lolt for th StaIto. Hie Honor, Jldge George E. Prince then charged tl jury up)n, every point of Ihe law totiching ip on the case, and the jury...

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 July 1905

PUD',IqjHED EVE1.1RY WEDNE iDAY MORNINO. -Y The Sontinol-Journal Company. T.'1o31SON & Ricuid. I'.Rors. 1. 1.0.T OIMPSON . EDITl11. .M 8 orit on 1.0'Per -, 19 1 tt.er P10CKmNS, S. (I . Wednesday, Jily 12, 1905. AN OBJECT LESSON DRAWN FROM THE OIL MILL. The Piekenv Oil ",\ill has civrushed thil Heason 1005 tous of sleed, and paid out f'ir seeI $15,7t3 81. TLe overage pr ice paid tor seed to ouir ifairrrs th'i past season ii a little 78c per hundred. It las paid wa. .' friet and ot her (-Xpensesli 2~. I.t has paid out iu all for iuel, lalhor, etc., among our tle sum of 18,535.11 for thie season, besides rtinihing our inA and hulls at mill prices ats meal to go into their gu. - - ilow prices e.asy to see that it is of great. e.Oeveryv citizen in the whole 11 di igj coutry. The i mill iasH . .nd the vey highost market ip-, po.-ible. Odl has bee) iis low at Rib per gtlloni this s'.'asoi yet tIhle 0:1 0. lha-pad in ivt rago price of 78v pl.kr hitireud for seed. eforo, t.he mill was bu...

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. — 12 July 1905

flDDeDIlls V I a LOcal and Perdnal Nature -Give the preachers the glad hand and plenty of chicken. ;.00 on the bale last week. - ps, of Toccoa, ia. is visiting friends at Liberty. --Mr.4 J. L. Bolt and children are visiting her parents at Anderson. - If you have not got a sister take somebody else's sister to the ice. cream super Thursdav night. -The. W oleCreek school, district No.. 29, will b\'gin Monday, 17Lh, with Miss Josie nle as teachor. -- Misses ha aRd Maka Boggs, daughters of Cl(kk of Court A. J. Boggs, spent h9'At vetk in Greenville. -M. 0. Tng, stenographer of the tenth circtfit, accompanied by his sis. tet, are spending a while in Pickens. --See change of ad of H. Enttel Greenville's popular clothior. W hen in need of Lyood goods at closo prices give him a call. -W hen you so a farmer wearintr a broad smile that wont como off you may know that it is becauso he has held his cotton. Tho weather man is 9 little prema ture with theso heavy rains. The Baptist association doe...

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. — 12 July 1905

Pk Dis pensary Case Qo uinga, July 6.--The Prok us dispensary caso is in aboyanco until testimony can , he 'takonl. Chief Justice Pope, it New berry after hearing -irguments in the maudainus case issued ill order t-o the effect that a s the case involved coistitution-Iel point wih el Houli ba considered by th) whole Su promo Court, instead of one mem. ber of that body, the case was re ferred to A. J. Boggs a special referee, to take testimouv and ro. port the same with conclusions oni, or before the &ecoid Tuiesday inl Septomber. This meals that unl(Es tle board of directors deide to reopcn the Pickens dispoJonsary the conllty will ho dry until the caIse is decid ed. The writ or manidamus was brought by certain parties of Pickens to c mpel ilhe coinity board to order the dispensarv rec opened onl the ground thait the election was illegal. Wheni the case was brought the dispensary at Picihens had already been closed, and it is no1w 11 (qu1cs tion' as to Wlethier it. 0111 ho 10 op...

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. — 19 July 1905

FARMERS THAKFUI Blessed with Good Rains a Cateechee. OTHER SECTIONS ARE DRI Budget of Local News From a Thriv ing Town. The fartmers of this sect,(o, ougtit to be thankful-See, thev shiould -get down on their lcnee and thank the good Lord for the seasons that Hie has sent. While others withiin thres milos of u havo lacked for rait, we are glad to say that this section hasn't suf fered to any exteit this spring and Summer. Wo have h. blessed assuraice that it will rain on t he just and the unjust. If the L.rd had not put that "un" to it we would kindly think by the wiy the Peaslonis have be(n that we were a little bettor than our Ieigh bur just over yonder. But we ire t hankulil of Li ass88uranco thilt. if we are so fortunato as to rieach thai mansion th.e will be no 'big I's" and ''little you's"; we will all be as3 one bkssed family. If I have on overalls and a home spun shilI Whe0n I im laid in tie tomb, if that soul was made cleami b.'fore I was buk(d thoe, I cani have ti sie priv...

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 July 1905

PUBiSHED EVERY WEDNHSDAY MORNoI. -BY The Sentinol-3ournal Company. TaomrsoN & ioEsy. Paos. J. L. 0. THOMPSON, EDIToR. Subscriptiou $1.00 Per Anum. Advertising REten Reasonable. Entered at Pickeus Postoliee as Second Mlass Ma1 Matter Wednesday, July 10, 1905. DON'T DO IT ANY MORE. Are you sending your money away from home for articles that can be obtained here? If so, don't do it any more. You are a citizn. of 'ickens and as such it is an imperativo duly you owe the town to patronize home industries. The inerchants of the thriving towns of this county are on titled to your patronage and will treat you right: the professional men are noted for their geniality and faithfulness; and mechanics to do their best to please; other enterprises that are located in the virious towns of the county are a credit, to the places where located and deserve the united co operation of our entire eii zenbig; there are two printing offices in the county with splendid equip Ment and a variety of stoCk ...

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. — 19 July 1905

Hapeni8gs of ad 1d an Personal Nature -Mrs. J. 1l Guntt spent last wveel with her pa,..nts at Liberty. -Ralph U. Cartor is spending thi week at Liberty on business.- Ocone News. --The Holly Springe school open I it instant with Miss Eli principal. - 1. S. Mauldin, who ha visit to her parents at Cenl tral, has retuncd homo. --We are ivell equipped to do al kinds of artistic job printing at roas onoblo rates and on short notico. --Misses Maud iad Hortens< Stansell, of the Knob seclion of th county, are visiting friends'and re13a tives in and around Pickens. -13. F. Parsons, Jr., of Piedmont Ala., has been on a visit to his father, 3. F. Parsons, in Pickens, and other relatives in the county this week. - -SOO ad of the Wofford Fitting scho-l and Wofford College, else where in this issue. There are n better echools anywhere to send your childron. -All persons interested are re quested to meet at Secona on Friday before the first Sunday in August for the pilrpose of cleaning off ihe g...

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. — 19 July 1905

Dots From Centr4I., Mr. E&ditor: As' there .has been I Nothing in your paper from Cen- I tral in quite awhile, will give you a few dots, although news seems I to be as scarce as real, true Chrio- E tians. The 4th was celebrated here by a large crowd of people. They had quite a supply (if barbecued meats, such as beef, mutton, pork and chickens-a great deal more than was eat-but breadstuff was scarce. The heat was intonse, but there& was plenty of ice cold leunonade t quneh the thirst, The health of this place is very good at present, notwit.lstauding the extreme dry weather of several weeks. We havo boon having nice re freshing showers for severAd days. The gardens are reviving to sonie 6xtent. We had sweet potato (us tard for dinner yestorday (Sinday) Mr. W. A. Matthews is visiting in Georgia. Miss Hattie Owens, a pretty young lady from Greenville, is here on an exlended visit to her sister, Mrs. W. A. Matthews Mrs. Vera Mauldin, of Pickens, is visiting her parents, Mr. aid...

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. — 26 July 1905

ENS;; SENTER B, tered April 23, 1903 at Pickens, B. C., as second class matter, under act -of Congesouarh8 89 VOL XXXV PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 26, 19O5. TABLE ROOK PICNIC. Good Crowd----A Good Time And an Ideal Day and Plenty to Eat. J, H. WHARTON TALKS. Those Present Spent an Enjoyable Day at an Ideal Place, and Hope to Spend many more There. Last. Thursday was an ideal day and one long remembered by all who spent it under the shadow of Ta ble Rock. As per announcements pubhl81 ed, betweon three and four hun dred persons gathered Thursday at. Table Roclr for a picnic outing. Nature, in all her beauty and lovoliness lent a charm to the oc. clision, and all present speak in high praises of tho picnic. The dinner was spread on the grouba under four majestic oaks, which have grown and thrived, and have withstood the chilling blasts of 120 winters, they having been brought when Mere Sapllings, from near ''the pool" and set out by James Keith. Several of the crowd ascend...

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 July 1905

#D1' 1sHECD EvYRY WEDNIlSDAY MORNINo. -BY Tho Sentinol-Journal Company. TuoursoN & RICHIY. PRoPS. J. Lj. O. T110MPSON, EDITOR. Subsoriptiou $1.00 Per Annum. Advertision R.tes Rea.onable. n1tered at P1enkilis Iostotice as Second Class Mall Matter PICK ENS, S. C.: .Wednesday, July 126, 1905. INTERURBAN TROLLEY LINE. On the fron t, pnge we publish two articles from North Caroliia papir", one from the Polk county News,show. ing that tHi ie-xpct to bond their county inl the m1111) of $100,000 for the buildit.g of the Interurban line, the other fron tlie ie'dersonville Hustler, show ing the impot tance of the county of Ilendrson bonding itself to aid the t P(ey line; also showing that the toudding of a rail. road through their county enhanced the taxable property of the county from $229,000 before the road was built to $2,900,000, at the present time, or a net advancement of $2, 671.000 that is directly traceable to the Spartanburg and Asheville Rail road alone. This ,being so, they s...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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