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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 29 October 1908

@UIN6, GOING, We Will 8oon Fill that Space With GON Active buying is folowing our announcements. Seasons Best is a tame adjective to qualify these offerings. A will cone and go before such values can be matched. great money's worth given with every purchase. BUT VA I,L' CAI I, IN 'TALK HlEAf-IL - '. -- I ACK E ) I II ' \I P S.\\IEI) \ ) I ( )l ( Y ( ) . 'T I I- : BUC T HE CAR( Each dep>artment is correct Style is elimi Season's Sale Record less Styles-at most E 26 V eare in the habit of im aking plaii and of conducling a plain, candid bI if we could. Ve have said to you thu ENTIRE SroCK of Men's and 11 Furnislihigs regirdless of cost, and in Necessity at times forces one to make big sacrifices WVomen's Department we MUST have, and to get and Boy's Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Furnishings in th 1eing the Buyer, YOU get the benefit,and if a savi you, then here and now is the plac to make that savin Gliterin" ecneralities are all right in th,.ir way, b:it h th)ing but plain, honest, st...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 5 November 1908

A A ALA Entered April 23, 1903, srt Piciens, S. C., as Beoond-Olass Matter Under Act of Congress of Marh 3, 1879. VOL. XXXVIII . PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, NO MBER 5. 1908. SOUTICAROU Mews of Interest Gleaned fro Arranged for T=E GAI LAWS NOW IN FOBnB. .Ziteresting Summary Prepazd by Secretary Jas. H. Rice, Jr. From The Columbia State. The Audubon Society is in receipt -of requests daily for copies of V^ game laws. These cannot be supphud since the issue has been exhausted, .giving conclusive evidence of the in terest felt in the subject all over South Carolina. The society has re -quested that extra copies be returned. Requests have come also from other States. . To make the principal points clear the following is a summary of the more important laws as prepared by Secretary Jas. Henry Rice, Jr. Game Birds. The statute of 1905, passed two 46rs before the Audubon society As chartered, defines what are game birds and what are not. The game birds are: Swans, wild geese, brant, wild duc...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 5 November 1908

TheSentineWournal CoFA5 TuOMPsoN & Ricnr. PAoj& J. L. 0. THOMPSON, EDn-pa Subsoriptiou $1.00 PerAnnum. Advertising Bites Reasonable. Entered at Pifkens Fustomee as Sooond ojau6 Mal Matter PICKENS, S. C.: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1908. Facing a Crisis. There comes a time in the life of an individual, a community, a state, a nation, when they are "up against it," to use the com mon vernacular. They are fac ing a crisis, It is met and the outcome is success or defeat. Sometimes this crisis is brought about by mismanage ment, and sometimes circum stances beyond control cause it. In a great many instances mier chants a-M manufacturing con cerns are bankrupt several years before they make an assign ment. They are running along in the vain hope of averting the crisis. Pickens C. H. as a school dis trict is now facing a crisis. Fri (lay night the trustees calied a meeting of the patrons and in formed them that the crisis in the history of the school had arrived, and they were out of fu...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 5 November 1908

7 ~ , Mlij .7- "10 - 1, TiE ENINEL JO U RN).. lw I I En~~Btwed.April 28, 190 at Pickens, S. 0.. as second clama nittor, undea. so&. of 06bgress'of Ks"i~ Ime89.' VOLZZU< mmII 0? CAUOLN1, TBUICAT lovivall loco0 LANDSLIDE FOR TAFT. Republican Candidate's Plurality Will Exceed Roosevelt's. Returns received up to the hour- of .ntinel-Journal going to press indicate that.Taft has carried New York, Ohio. Comnecticut, all New Euagland states arid practically every bc--alled <loubt ful wer terbl state, except Colorado and probably Nebraska. Hughs elected governor of New York by a big plurality. Even in Geoj gia Torn Watbon and Taft polled a u prisingly large vote. FARMERS' EDUCATIONAL1 CO-OPERATIVE UNlOlNa Of AMERICA Pickens County Union Column J. T. BOGS. REV. W. C. SEABORN ond JOEL MILLER, Committee In Charge. Problems Confronting the Unton. We want to get in touch with every farmer, and study each other's needs, financially and politically, and all work together to .one purpose-...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 5 November 1908

Ve"Wi'r Pttteg,o nesse, Ding ine Word MIGHT RIDING MUST DE ENDED Jeventy-Five Arrests Have Airead Been Madlo in the Tennessee Out. rages. Samburg, Tenn. Special--Additional details of Tid Burton's confesa:on at Tiptonville indicate that perhaps 300 persons in Obion county are im plicated in raids or as accessories of Night Riders. Even' the oath taken by the Night Riders is known. The authorities believe enough evidence has already been obtained to indict four men. There are '15 prisoners in camp. Garrett Johnson, alleged leadee of the Night Riders, is under a double guard, and no one is allowed to see hini. His brother Tom and William Watson are also kept in solitary con finement. "We know absolutely we have two of the captains in Camp Nemo and twelve of the other Night Riders,'' said Colonel Tatom. Since \Wednesdny night, when Gov. wnwr Patteison arrived, he has been n ca.rge of examination of witnesses md had general direction of the novements of the troops. The Gov .rnor iF lead...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 5 November 1908

AA SubJeep The S.stalinagqD Joshua I:7-Have I not oeni'manded the? Be 'stroxg and of a good .courage; be not afraid. Neither be thou d4myed; for the LOTd thy God is w4tA thee .ither. soever thou, giest." - Moses is 'dead. Jdshua, th'e son of Nun,,the minister of Moses, leads. For forty long, weary beart-trying Year.Moses had. led Israel; led her In the fae tf discourageinents and disagreement, ikoins4, the will of the, Ackle multitude that with long -.;Ing looked back to the leeks and gar lies and onions of Egypt desiring to serve a thousand years in the house and under the bondage of Pharaoh rather than to live for a day by faith in God; in spite of machinations and cabals, through the desert to the bounds of Canaan. Moses' work was done. -The task for which he was particularly fitted was completed. A vision from a mountain top. -Canaan to the weit. "And the children of Israel wept for Moses." ' The old leader was dead. The new leader is in command. Moses, the cautious, relinquishe...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 5 November 1908

Each department it' veU -correct Style is eli irtq Season's Sale Record-i-a, lesslStyles-at most Ecop "A 1/i''4. 266 TH J Dr LADIES I want to show you the prettiest cheapest lot of crockery and glassa I ever owned. I can sell you a nice of plnt- for lc. or a set of cups s it cers f r 2 o Come anJ look. ]b .it aira iged to you can be )our < clerk, eccept wrapping them up. I i ,do that. Everything marked in pl ,figures. About the only difference in mny gl ware and real cut-glass is, mine is cut-glasus. And the price, a set of la clear-glass tumbilers(15c, while they I A 42-piece dinner-set in best deoorl crockery at $.9.5. Catalo.gue hoi .g ,t *5.98 for a set just like this. Genltlemnenu.. Dook at nay line of pants. I ca1 you. Th'e prie one-half the wo k omething good for you in tailor-rn suits if I can fit you. Oil, nutmeg, si pepper and tobacco same old price. T. D. ilARRIS_ rva r ty a o babypinh noeded.b Teyitd rane if\p war te sesto eelryv to jewrle coll coth therea ot O a havo...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 5 November 1908

Kaplenfnga of A Lal Nature. Mr. and Mrs.'J. F. Pickens, 6 Cconee county, vi.sited the la' -er's barents, at Liber la :eek.' . Win. H. Harris, of offori -College, son of T. D; Aarrip spent the week with his parenti in Pickens. Willie is making f high mark in his studies. . The Methodists of Pickenu ar< contemplating the erection of . handsome and moderh brick ed ifice. They have * beautiful lo cation, and a fine building there on would show off well. . During 'our Poultry Exhibit we want to see a nice prize ( ffer ed to.the good lad' vo can pre pare the nicest and brownest fried. .chicken. And let a'com mittee of Methodist preachers act asjudges. Disband the Farmers' Union, and publish the news to the world, and in 30 days you will see cotton tumbling toward the six cents notch. Those farmers' organizations are all that have kept up the price. We intend to make the Senti nel-Journal one of the newsiest weeklies in our Southland, 'and to aid us in this undertaking we ask our friend...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 5 November 1908

. .tA Practical Airship' SMLY ATISFACTORY nfil -emt Zeppelin Makes Ascension it Remodeleti Airship With Prassia& Boyalt: as Guest. Frederielishafen, By Cablc.-Princ Henry of Prussia spent several hourt in the air as the guest of Count Zep gein, who made an ascension in hi reumdeled airship. Not only did the Prince flioroughly enjoy his experi. ente, but he sat at the steering wheel for many minutes of the flight-guiding the movcutemets of the craft and com relling it to execute all kinds of com pficated mancuvres. Prince Ilenry's satisfaction at the great. flight was unbounded and he gave expression to it in a telegram which lie sent to the Emperor. "Un der Zeppelin's guidance I felt just as -afe as on my own flagship." The start was made in the direction -of Uberlingen, to the northward of '-Constance. With Count Zeppelin him self at. the Wheel, the airship rose to an altitude of 600 feet, soon disap pearing behind a bank of clouds. Messnges began to arrive shortly af terwards ...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 12 November 1908

'7 IN .*y"( w'4 k v is ~ '-.vl~..., ~ # ECuteued APrf1 289 1900 at Pickensh IL.0.9 sscn ls matta4,'under awt of Oongrews of March B.- lff*9 VOL. ZU IlL ICI AUNIURQfAI TMAT NOTI33N2log9 The Latest Sitts and General News. A special tern of court has been call. ed in Spartanburg Nov. 11 to try Johti Irby, the rap6t, and also Ularence As. new for wrekIg the: train near Well. Sord. These are she negroes who daus id thatirecent riot.at the jail. Senator Tillinan 's writing a bock dealing with the race question. Col. T. J. Lipscomb. died last week in Columbia. F<.r 12 years he was superiu. teudent of the penitena7y. Abbewille is now the only oo%inty in Piedmont region with'a dispensary. Last week four counties voted disper.saries <u .,The sta4e -s now exacly half dry, out of 42 counties 21 retainingdispt.ns ries. The next lepllature will doubtle'.8 iniake South -Carolina-a prohibiitin state. The survivois of -C-rr's reuiment hold their reunion in Abbeville Nov. 11-12 Vickena--helped ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 12 November 1908

\,owmnl~fNATIONAIV jr,#14fti1 31ENTS FOR NOV1lMBgIa I g -mobject: The Lord Our Shepherd 11sniin 23-Golden Text, Ps.8:l -Commit the Entire Psalm Mead John 10:1-18. TIAIE.-Un certain. PLACE.--Un. eertain. EXPOSITION.-I. Every Want Met, 1-3. The twenty-third Psalm is a great depth, an unfathomable ocean -r tith. The foundation thought of the first four verses, "JehovahI srqy Shepberd." The figure stands for 4are, protection and provision on Cod's part; trust and obedience and following on man's part (Jno. 10:1, 3, 2-29: Gen. 33:13; Lu. 2:8; 6:4 4; Acts 20:29; Isa. 53:6; Matt. 9:36). It is a shepherd's business to Teed the sheep and lambs, and by naking Himself my Shepherd Jeho vah has undertaken to make it His business to provide me with pasture, to meet every need. So David con tinues, "I shall not want." This any ne who is sure that he is one of Je bovah's sheep can confidently say. Who Jehovah's sheep are Jesus plain ly tells us (Jno. 10:3, 4, 5, 27). Je hovah's sheep will never lac...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 12 November 1908

1NID 10NS * BiR ffeaty Showing in Erning of An Railroads RECEIPTS PER MILE INCIEASED Commsdloner Lane a^1 Railroads Xveos FoAho f.Yea. Ending in June Broke A)1 Recordp. Washington, Special.-In the opin Ion of Franklin K. Lane,* Interstate Commerce Commissioner, the rail road, industrial and financial condi tion of the country is improving rap idly. "It is a fact," said he "hard ly believable, but nevertheless true, that the total operating revenue per mile of railroads for the year ended June 30th, 1908, exceeds that of any other year in the history of railroad ing in the United tates except the one year. of 1907. The average ope rating revenue per mile of line per month for the 226.000 miles of rail road reporting to the commission was $894, for the fiscal year of 1908. This was less by about $61 than for the year 1907; but it was more than any preceding year, and was $118 per mile per month more than in the year of the last presidential election. As I predicted, a local car shorta...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 12 November 1908

-V, --,, 44. A O' TFOXMION Subseription 81.00 Per Annui& Advertising Bates Rea.sonbe. Entered at Piokens rotomoe as Seoid 01W60 Mail Matter PICKENS, S. C. T,UURSDAY, NOVE3B 3R 12i 1908. Cateechee, To the regret of their, many friends at Cateechee, Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Norris moved to Cen tral last week. While Mr. Nor ris has moved his family to Cen tral he still remains president of the Norris mills, and will spend most,of his tiie at Cateechee He has just completed the hand somest and most convenient house in Oentral, and moved to educate his children. We have always been fool enough to look for what was promised us, and if we failed to receive it handed in the one who made the promise you know what. Now that Bill Taft is elected, and the reins of the gov ernment given over to the repub licans again, we are looking for what was promised:better times. If a change don't take place for the better we will always think it should. There is ample room for reformation. The Norris Cotton ...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 12 November 1908

aapusfnings of a Looaf a n nal T'VbtO in Riokps. In the,electign last *eek 1297 Votes Were cast for Presidential electors, of which Bryan receiv e- 1241 and TWt 'a Taft bar ried.c ne small Precinct (Antioch) in this county. Aken received 1298 vote. In th6 state and county box, 1245 ballots were polled. - Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Boggs spent the week end with friends ,and relatives in Calhoun. The .Town CreekZ s hool com mences .M\onday,, 16th inst., witl :Miss Ella Looper as teachek. Dr. 4. C. Spain, dentist, will be in Pickens on the 17th and stay until the 20th; longer if necessary. Mrs.' C. E. Robinson, Misses Nel'ie Grandy, Lorera Taylor and Myrtle Holder left Pick6ns, Monday, for Charleston. Married, on the 8th Inst., at the residence of the officiating nota:y public, L. L. Smith; Miss F. H. Hitt and B. J. Julian. Losm-On Saturday, 76h inst., between Central and Pickens, a note-book, containing notes and -other papers. Please return to W. C. NEWTON, Pickens, S. C. Last Sunday afterno...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 12 November 1908

Republicans Sweep Like An MR. BRYAN MEETS DEFAT More Complete Returns Show ThAt the Democratic Candidate Did Not Make as Good a Run as He Did Twelve Years Ago. New York, Special.-Practically omplete returns received up to a late hour Wednesday night indicate that William 11. Taft, of Ohio, as President-elect, will have a vote of 309 in the electoral college. This is within 16 votes of the forecast made by National Chairman Frank H. Hitchcock and 67 more than a ma jority out of the total electoral vote of 483. The most important news of the late returns indicates that Maryland, after vacillating during the day and apparently being safe for the Democracy, has been swung into the Taft column. The unofficial figures give Mr. Taft the State by 136 votes. Maryland was the last of the doubt ful States to be heard from. Indiana and West Virginia as well as Mon tana, turned out to be safely Repub lican. Colorado went for Bryan. Mr. Bryan has a total of 174 votes, two less thani he received i...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 12 November 1908

L3Vt.ne P* ICKEN -3t d9, -NO M ER 1 X&W -Vn&r91~ Ac o ~ ;~ Oogrw f 'r*$ VOL. XXVIOTCE99 TUSA.NVMBE42 98 OUR. SCOOOLS B PPoV. WMaZAN R. HANO, U1Ivers, ot south Carolias. Paper Nunber Nine. The High School Situation,-Count -ag the incresed facilities added this .Year, it is easily demonstratdd by fig 'uea that the public high schools of Ahe State, aided and unaided, 1have in -eased in effieiency more than twen ty-Eve per cent since January 1, 1907. In more than one-fourth of th3em the effi6iency has been doubled within that time. Tle chief increase i in the quantity and q4ulity of the rteaching force, thus giving longer recitation periods, a wider range of .-studies, and lengthened courses of .study. The State appropriation of $50,000 has been the, chief instru 'ment by which these improvements 'have been brought about, but it must 'be admitted that even with this lever it has been a task of magnitude to Vecure this increased efficiency. It Abas required courage and watchful m...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 12 November 1908

CARO Each department is we) <correct Style is eliminatj Season's Sale Record-ai less Styles-at most Ecor .1 266 THE LADIES I want to show you the prettiest cheapest lot of crockery and glast I ever owned. I can sell you a nih of plateq for l5c. or a set of cup. a t cers f r 2 c Come anJ look. 1 it aira iged bO you can be 3our clerk e zcept wrapping them up. do than. Everything marked in figures. About the only difference in my ware and real cut-glass Is, mine cut-glass. And the price, a set of clear-glass tumblera. 15c, while they A 42-piece dinner-eet in best deoc crockerv- at *8.95. .Catalogue hi 2a #5.98 for a set just like this. *Gera:t1emnen Dook at nay line of pants. I e 'on. Tie pri' e one-half' the u fiomething good for you in tailor saItt if I can~ ft you. Oil, nutmeg. pepper and tobacco-same old price. T. D. HARRIS WMEN YOU RDEa TBE BEgL * You Give EMer Great Sattisfinet ~especially if you buy the ens mient; ring at our establishn Here we are showing the -ne and pret ti...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 19 November 1908

--* 44". Entered April 28, 1908, at Pickens, S. C.p a Second-1m aotter, Wsder Act of Congress of March 3, 179. ]T ' VOL. XXXVIII. PICKENS, So0, THURSDAY, NOXEM.BER 19, 1908* NO, 3. OUK SCHOOLS hr Psor. Warurne H. Ra, Univeruitv of South CS"UrA. PpPWN=ar Tom WHO IS RESPONSW1LE? Who is responsible f9r our ill-equipped bigh schools, with their short inell Vient courses of study, their lack of teachers to do the work, and the rel Atively small number of pupils there? The answer is, the superintepdents *nd principals, the people, and the eolleges. The superintendents and principals .are rightly looked to by the people for leadership in building up the high inhools. They are largely responsible for the educational ideas of their communities, and the attitude of the 'People toward high schools. If the course of study is overcrowded with -ubjects or is scrappy in its material, #hey alone are responsible. Many a school without a map, a chart, a obe, or any other necessary appara , might have...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 19 November 1908

4, ,' v MckM- Un or'"8 PIckS SoRutiikournal WVBYMSD XVX$T V*WMDAT MOon or. The Sentingl4ournal company. TomisoN & Brouct. PRo"u. J. Lo. 'THOMIPSON. r. dubscription 31.00 Pe#Auum. Atdvertisiug Rltes Reasonable. -k,tercd at Pickens r'stoilce an Socond Clasl. 1C149,S. Co.: 7HURSDAY, NOV1111 :it 19, 1908. THE HUMBUGGERY OF COST SALES. ().tr read :-r. :- 'i're i i f :nir witht th< s rib"s, I-I.il: ig;. Ilp a il t"h,I nlow An\i then. -1Th( y ar11 1 ' . z-'s - Itah " ll right, t i ley,itim:tt ' w%-aY f o- , r revgular; li-reha n .I Tnp myit i ' r i ts'a y i i : 1:A l'"". h - I a knmro :11t, to [ur I(A (: if ' Ill-q: IwI ldis". e tor 1m tS .' tl i ril'ldwf m'' :-it< h;:nriis.4 0 h h: !, t4:i t! -- c t mark, 1ib,uro,-; .1 i ' . t ' act- 1, l e ;l,t ofI th o - teen he 1-k-,s-; r cl nt.:kIld ::d :.S to it. putsthe u! <1 mor:pricv on a:1 g nd i e 'it at k a " o at: pr " or; 14;or (i kr n u . h e w ft . :. yo: lwy. li)w i.( wy l' n t. ro< ofhe tot!: f godsthen ta* c t,;e ital itt...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 19 November 1908

A A4 - rI .,of 00 r of,Mro K' cRM IMIAY alo - - t - - - '~~~~~~~~ '~~~ a a . ' W W 1 t ! ~ o . h 4 *3 , - a~pat.r. ~ Cogres U, ~ I~ " * veLunIL~ ~_ .Q~UIADLIA~TIWAT NVID iSPI the Latest Stato' and 1e 'i News. 'John * 1rby. the negr rapisliof jpar. taiiburg, was given 20 0.arv The case Lot agued aud jury ousjwu8 minutes. Our next legislaturemay e stablish cou1ty agrioultural o.chools. It is the beat ia. to reach poor,farmer bovs. R. Parker M-xre. Sho killed a white man in Cheaterfiel c6ntY 20 years ago, has bee3 oaptured iA Texas. Mr' Win Mayfield, a gallantt-X.-Cou federa4te,-died in Greenville .ast week. It is flow Estimated that, the Panama. canatWill be-completed by 1918. The6 labor leaders are enraged becausi the Prusideit c i not jlv%tl Uotmpers to I a laber'(tay ditMer. Mr. John 11. Sitton lied in Seneca: Rev. J. J. Ilarmvll. Of V.-"etminater, )as b!;Ue nlissigit.d 1 \Voodruff. 111r1"John Al. Cobb, it hif"Ily reswgected citZn of ( Itt ster, dhed %at vc-k. MiA B. 1ard 8:aur :md...

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