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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 30 May 1906

1VPicen~ I UlL orf~ 11 111ngs 01 a Local and Persoi Naunrg Do)n't fail to road tho ad. of IR F 1 co. -The Pickens Drug Co. now sol 9 grape juice for sacramental purposes. -Mr. W. A. Boggs, of Calhoun, kyas in town on business last week. -The Grand Lodge of Knights of Pythins will meet in Anderson next year. -Mrs. D. G. Moore, of Pickons, who was quite sick last weol is bet ter. - We would be glad to have our cor respondents write us a lotter, even if a short one, every week. -A 10-months-old child of Mr. B. C. Baker died on the 26tb inst with cholera fintum. -Mibbs Hortense and Maud Stan sell, of the county, are visiting their sistor, Mrs. B; C. Robinsoli. -The much needed rain fell the it for part of last week, and crops will I e much hRnefi(ted thereby. -After June 1st., we will diseou tinu buying hutter unil fi-thU'er no tico. Craig J31os. -Died, on Sund:iy n ight laO, 271 h inst., Alfred Evat!., a 1o:i of Mr. an1d Nirs. EYatt. lie was in his 18th year . - aliE RiZabeth Child, on...

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 May 1906

SLorpid .Ler and Crnic Constipation.. Pleasant to talte Picken i OW VEAS dram air in large POTASH and phosphoi to the plant. The multitude of F remarkable cow pea, a: illustrated book, "The tells of the splendid fertilizing cow peas wit is free to farmers for t Address, 013RMAI Now York-93 Nassau Strcot. or Farieirs' Uiflon BlII' ('Ull of Coini~i 1Ic 1 11waxi 1'1,,1ed ix 01ar. -CotIllieted by the South Carolia 1arnmerx' litiatiotal attd Co-Operative Utilon. Comunntions iletild I'or this depairt menat should be aitdressedt to J. 1. Stribliumg, Poid eton, South Catroli lin. Stunting Corn. Will Mr. Williamson reply? Now, if Mr. Williamson's stunt ing process proves with all of u1 to be*as profitable and atisfactor; alit has wyith Mr. Williamson, w can then see what a fool we hav all along been for losing so mucl sleep over the stunting corn habi of our free negroes and some c our white tenants, too. We hav watched this seemingly unavoi able stunting process going o about us, more or le...

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. — 6 June 1906

_ _PIKEN$ SENTJOUR Eutered April 23, 1903 at Pickons, S. 0., as second class matter, under not of Congress of Marsh 8, 1879. VOL.XXXVI PICKN5 SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAYN JU2 CULLED FROM OUR EXCHANGES. Matters of interest Throughout thO State. Erskino College - gradu tted 26 young m1.n an4 4 young women-the 5ith of June. The first shienont of peaches from Ridge Spring for the season was made on 30th ult. In Walhulla, last week, five war~ouses and their contents, ii. eluding 25 wagons, were destroyed by fire. Only one building was insured. W. 0. Irby, of Laurens, son of the late Juo. L M. Irby, has de. ch.red himself a candidate for Con. gress from the Fourth District. The Abbeville Press and Banner siys It is very likely that the Sea. board Air Line will build a r:ad from that town to Due West in a short while., Rcobert Tribble, who was acting as firoman on the train that runs between Edgtield and a rock quarry, foil from his engine and his left arm was cut off by the wheels. - Dr. Ja...

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. — 6 June 1906

noasywmna pon1NG. --BY 4The SontinolJournal Company. T1oMPsoN & RIOUEY, PRops. J. L. 0. TIlOMPSON, EDITOR. Subsoription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertiaing Rates Reasonable. ntored at PFlokons Postoffice as Second Class Mall Matter PICKENS, S. C.: WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 1906. Metrological Talble By John T Boggs, olserver, LIcerty, S. C, Toi mperatu re. q -v i Character of as nlb the day. 21 80 60 82 Cloudy 28 81 0.5 0 Cloudy 20 81 54 U 0 M 0 Clear 2t 884 t0l 0 1 90 3 it Clar HEW TO THE LINE. The dispensary investigating con. nittee are unearthing some shady ransactions of some of its former )mployees. '.1 his committoo seem to vish to do their dulty, and should be ominended for it. If there has been raud lot it be shown lip to the puh ic, who have a perfect right to know. et thomn make a thorough investiga ion, and if fraud or rascality be found, n high or low, let them be exposed. )on't expose the small fry and let he big fish go; treat all alike. He jo the line let the chips fall wher<...

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. — 6 June 1906

9lD01118 of a Local a4 -Mson NaTre Born unto Mr. and Mrs. E. l. Craig, a son. -Born unto Mr. and Mrs. B. U. Griffin, of Pickens, a daughter. --Mr. 0. M. Gravely, wife and three little daughters paid -us a pleasant call Saturday last. --Little Willie May Lathe= is quite siok at the home of her grand. fathei, H..A.,Richey. -Mr. A. T. Winchester and two lit tie daughters, Rosa and Maille, were in to see us last Satucday. -Congressman Legare has movec from the B. A. Hagood residence t the J. E. Boggs old residence. -Miss Eselo Earle has -returned flow Gaffney, where abe has boon attending the Commencement al L:nestone College. -Miss Maka Boggs .spent a por tion of last week with friends i Greenville, and is spending this weel w her grandparents at Calhonn. -Mr. B. P. Kelly and iou, of thi Cateechee section, have purchased i 6-horse-power gasoli.ne engine an< will operate a traveling thresher thii season. - -Mr .and Mrs B. P. Kelly an't tw< charming daughters, Misses Nottit an I Le...

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. — 6 June 1906

Pleasant to taLe. Piokons OTTON YIEI dwindle from unless the soil is k a complete fertilizei cient POTASH. Just how POTASI crops is shown in < "Cotton Culture." absolutely free of ai tion to any farmer w Address, GERMAN Now York-93 Nassau Street, or Pariners' Union Bureau of' -Cotd tiel t' by the - South Carolirnt iartner.' I--i' a etionial and Co.Operative Ultium. CoIntiaieatioits iieleided for thi depart Imetat shoukt be atldressedl to .1. C. Stribuing, Pendleton. South Catrolina. Farmers' Organizations. In South Carolina wo have had a deal Pight ot experience in organ izing farmers. The old line of farmers' societies-the Grange, tho Alliance and Institute Clubs havo all -.one and gone up in the smoke of time like tho burning down or the rotting away of old buildings that have disappeared and bettor structuroe have taken their places. So it is with the Farmers' Union. Wo have had a vast aronnt of experience in farmers' organizations and know that the Union is building up a stru...

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. — 13 June 1906

THE P K ENS SE__ I.-J. - Eutored April 23, 1903 at Pickens, 8. 0., as second class matter, under act of Congress of March 8, 1879. VOL. XXXVI PICKENS, SOPTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, .UNE 13, 1906. N CULLED FROM -OUR EXCHANGES. Matters of Interest Tht oug tout the State, . J. E. Norment has withdrawn from the race for secretary of State. le was a prominent factor in that race. E. D. Smith. prominent in the affairs of the Southern Cotton Growers' Association has been quite ill recently, but is now much bet. ter. J.. Henry Hessa, a well.to-do man of Walhalla, hung himself fiom a tree one day last iveek. His body was fouid by neighbors. Dr. 1t. M. Lobby, one of the old. est medical practitioners inl the st1ate will rmo1vo froim Charleston to Smefor, whio lie will reside in the fuit irf'. Five student of Erskitie were expolled Tuesday for pouring -tar on the monutmen L, Dr. J. J. Bomar on the cain pus. The dam. age to the; monument is about $500. It will take much work to get the tar ofl. On...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 13 June 1906

Tho Sentine14oul al Qompany. Tuom'soN & RIoHEr, PnoPs. J. L. 0. THOMPSON, EntTon. Subsoription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rates Reasonable. Eutered at Plokens lostofllco as Second Cla#E Mail Matter PICKENS, S. C.: WEDNESIDAY, JUNE 13, 1906. Metrologloal Table Dy John T noggs, observer, Licerty, S. C Temperature. WO V W Character of at . the ti day. .1 88 40 V2 Clear 4 13 50 , b5 89 69 10 0 91 68 0 7 93 8 0 8 97 70 0 9 P3 09 02 What We Need. Last week wo spoke of our un qualified oppositiou to a devorco tv in this State, and now wo wish t< huggest that a law which is, we thini mauch needed, is On1o by which oilsom recor'.t of marriages may bo kopt The marriage laws of this stato arc very noar ain loose as our divorco las makes marriage binding. A coupi might marry and leave tho m tate, an outside of the parties intorested an the minister or oflicor who perforw the ceremony, n~o one would bo thi wiser, as the law r( quires ro lieensi ertificate, or even the signatures < th...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 13 June 1906

H eninsof a locaial onl deronai1 iature -The candidates for cflices in Piqkens are very slow in-making thom. selves known. -The daughter of S. I. Brooks; of tho Twolvo-Milo section, is reported quite sick. -We have often wondered during the hot weathdr if the sunsrner girls are as cool as they look. -Money cannot buy happiness, but most of us aro willing to make the experiment. --If you are not ai member of a Democratic Club be sure and join one so you can vote in the next primary election. -The price of cotton has not be. gun to - climb towards 15 cents yet. It see-saws from day to day, but the chauges are small. -An ePr'lvingo says its queer, but a girl can be lots smarter in helping her beau's mother than she ever could be in helping her own mother. -The dIrinking candidato who offers for office should bo allowed to remtaim a private citiz'n. It in alike due to himseh-1' as4 well as to the pub lie. -What1 ever is yIO nYay.do thit4 S11u . don't fall out with yoUr InighbOr Ibout Io...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 13 June 1906

he new Laxative r that does not gripe or nauseate. Pleasant to talie. Pickens I Far'mers' Uniol 1 Burea of N lif fo'Hitati011. a -( 011(i U(Id by ( ho W solith caroiit imnrmcrs iducattial and of cu4)peradve Union. ............ ............................... . y comniu1iieittw itentled for thih depart Iment should be ati(iresscd to J. U. Strinling, al Pendeticion, .South Carolina. Stunting Corn. II ---- a Wo are pleased to receive the il following letter from Mr. William fl son on his stunting corn plan, andi a trust that some of 6ur 'Farmers' t Union men will put his plan d through a comparative test, which : will remove all doubts either way t about the plan. We have six acres y under comparahve test after Mr. W illiamson'a stunting process, and C will weigh the products and moas- c ure the area by an expert from the South Carolina Experiment Sta tion: Mr. J. 0. Stribling Pondleton, S. C. Dear Sir: The exhaustive and continuous tests that you ask about in your letter of 12th inst ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 20 June 1906

THE P S KEN SNEEJ0 lutered April 28, 1903 at Pickens, S. 0., as second class matte r, under act of Congres fMac , 89 VA S VOL. XXXVI PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, WVEFLNNSDAY, JUNE 20, 1906. ' Cures Biliousness, Sick Headache, Sour Stom-. ach, Torpid Liver and Chronic Constipation. L Pleasant to talft . Picken The Kind You Have Always B in use for over 30 years, b . and ha sonal s AlloVI All Counterfeits, Imitations a Experunen10iits that trifle with Infants and Children--Exper: Whalt is CA Castoria is a harmless subst gorie, Drops and Soothing I coutains neither Opium, Moi substance. Its age is its gua and allays Feverishness. It Colle. It relieves Teething T and Flatuleney. It assimilal Stomach and Bowels, giving The Children's Panacea-The CENUINE CAST Bears the I The Kind You Hai In Use For O THE OEitTAJt O@APAMiVe VV MUl Farmers' Union Bulreau of Iiifoiiaitioln. -conducted by the South Carolina Farmers' Educattoual and Co-Operative Union. (communications Intended for thia depart mont...

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. — 20 June 1906

piti JN I' ) purchase of - nville's histor i ' Id by John Pu n 'lar.. The tel Note what t ast or present re Stock ro The Purchas ful rand i.shion he famous Now J. ced Greenylle' ug is inchlded, pare., Dress G( '* . . .ubroideries, Wa i mind that. 01 .ntations. Every o orried out to lic has been wor our rulo never a verbally or oth ed. In placing s Is, Silk I s'and 01 of every Lot N . I . ;tripccl JBatiste, * ard, Challenge, * ' Lot N< b Organdies- y< * g the Clhallen ge LotN Corded Batiste per yard 4 3-4C Lot N4 ;tri~pe Swiss, wo and11( 15co Vail * * bargains in Higi Ine texture, made 3c. *1-2e Kimona .....t' 'ossible that such * here at 12 1..2 to A Table Fu $' (~ ~j. i '.be found beau' "k'~ frtvt *.~,,figures; fine Batis yrl -gandies, Pma WVrapper I I ~ ~ ? fl~ Vt. c.' 1 t color Lawns, n 4, Fine Flgurei Ps3tist, . e st colors, worth Ther atnn fll Ja, 6 7-8C. tar'ted(T ida GREAT Ten9a WEDNESDAY A T 8:30 housands of dollars worth 'of spring and summer merchandise by our M y. T...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 20 June 1906

R$61)*IS o uL 8 l',.Qournal f lupentlM of, a Local andG lr*QuaI at Ure -Frank Folger, of Gafrfly, vieted relation in Pickins last w iek - 1% -B. A. Hagot and fN pily ares in Pickeni for the summ r --lisi Jza r, of Ol-arlest)n is visit.. ing the f'amjily of (0ingressemon Lrgre. -Mr. Rufus Hagood; of Birmiug. ham, Ali., is visiting C., H. Alexander in Pickens. -Miss Fiannlo Robinson of Haalley spout, part of last week with Miss Helen B gga in Pickens. --m-. Picko t and daughter, Mips Piokett of Clharleston, are visiting the family of J. MoD. Bruce. -Mrs. A. J. Boggs and daughter Miss Inn, accompanied by Claud Hester, i ro on u visit to Atlanta. -W. Ambler Gilreath and bride, of Greenville, are on a visit to his mother M r i. Emma A. Gilreath in Pickens. -Tho threo little daughtars of Congrtssman Logire, who have been in school t.r i now with their parenl bt)](, 11nd4 daugh. 111.en ll ', I en a hi her con.,IIiio, t he -A ho MIisea Akhinore accomtl panied b y their rwta, Miss Broiwi and...

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. — 20 June 1906

-PINK 'LEMQNADE tt ry of Its Aaetso&aeoZD10 tb. - Circun 1'ubge. 4Old Peter Conklin, the clown," said at circus offictal, "was the first to give pink lemonade to the world. "It dates back to 1857, when Conklin was traveling in the south with Jore lrable's big show. Conklin-had a dis iute with Mable and junpied the show own In Texas. I've had the story iright from his own lips. iHe bought a couplo of mules and an old covered wngon, some tubs, tartaric acid, a einon, a bushel or two of peanuts and )startcd In the refreshment business. p followed the circus with his wagon, ud every time the tents were pitched woul mount a box and harangue to crowd with: "Here is your Ico cold lemonade, Mado in the shade. Stick your finger In the glass; It'll freezo fast. "The lemonade sold splendidly, and 1he couldn't Wait on the people fast ,enough. One (lay he was surrounded !by a mob scrambling for 'the juice,' iWhen his water supply ran out. There 'were no wells or, springs at hand. lie 'rushed...

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. — 20 June 1906

p4 00.4 TE PICKENS ENTINE-JUR E utered April 28, 1903 at rickous, B. C., ms secondI oa sode at of Congress of Mrb8 89 VOL. XXiv PICKENS, SOUTH CAROEJN , WEI)INESDAY, JUNE 20, 1906. NO a" Qui! .Gossiping. Grumbling: Hair splitting. Saying fate is agfinst you. Antioipatlg evils in the future. Pretending and be your real self. Fault-finding, nagging and wor. ry ing. . Tak'ing offense whore none is in. tended. Dwelling on fanciled slights and wrongs. Talking big things and doing emall ones. Scolding and flying into a pas. sion over trifles. Boastii-g of what you can do, it.stead of doiig it. Think ing that life is a grind, and not worth living. Talking continually about your selt and your affairs. Depreciating yourself and mak. ing light of your abilities. Saving unkind thincts about ac quaintan~eeand friende. Exaggerating and making moun tains out of mole-hills. Lamenting the past, holding on to disagreeable experiences. Comparing yourself with others to your own disadvantag. Work once...

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. — 20 June 1906

PikRs SeiinelJournal PUBjSjjisD EVUltY WEDNNsDAY M0jNNo. --BY t The Sentinel-Journal Company. TIIoMI'soN & RIcHERY. Pnors. C J. 1.. 0. THOMPSON. Enon. Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rates Reasonable. Entered at Pickens Postofice as Second Olals Mall Matter PICKENS, . V.: WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1900. Metrologlal Table By John T oggs, observer. Licerty, S. C, Temperature. ~O .0 -r ICharacter of ae tho day. 10 88 07 016 Clear 11 86 05 000 9 ' 12 76 02 630 Clouly 13 W2 57 130 14 75- 59 *T , 15 86 65 010 ' , 10 -- , 07 025 . * ' Trace of ralin, leiss thain one huiidredth Inch of rainfall THE PICKENS COTTON MILL. Any miatnuf-iturinIg or indi-ti-iil enterpriso launched inl the counity helps the material wealth of the coui ty wonderfully und our citizen Are always ready to take hold anid pus such thiings alon..a. Anv mill or bank proj(et for any portion of the county always finda Willing helpers id back. erai in Pickons peoplo. Tho people ol this town have mnoniey inl every bank...

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. — 27 June 1906

mu PICKENS_ SEN INELJOU N AI Entered April 23, 1903 at Pickens, 8. 0., as secoud olass matt r, under act of Congress of March 8, 1879. VOLXXXVI ______ __PICKENS, SOUTH- CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, JUN 7 96 O Six Mile News. I seat myself this - beautiful afternoon to try and give a few dots from this little burg. Crops are looking fine and the farmers are moving on with their worlr nicely and have had some nice rains, %hich helped the crops !immensely. Mr. Bert Maldin and his daugh tor, Miss Jeannie, of Calhoun was t1li guest of Mr. Robert Mauldin Saturday and Sunday. Miss Mary Trotter of Old Pickens visited home folks S~burday and Sunday. We are glad to say that Mrs. C. W. Garrett, who has been quit sick for some time, is much better at this writting. Miss Bessie Norris, a charming young lady of Central, visited her friend, Miss Sopha Mauldin recent ly. Miss Emma Hendricks, of Cen. tral, R. F. D. No. 1, visited her aunt Mrs. Lula Arnold last Sunday. Mrs. Robert Mauldin has as fine a garden...

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. — 27 June 1906

sa yy WED sDAY MORNINo. The Sentlnel.3ournal Company. TijoiMlSON & RICEY- ritors. j. b,. o. rHoMtPSON, EITOR. Subsoriptioni $1.00 Por Annum. Advertising Rates Reasonable. Enterod at Piokons; Postoufice as Second Olais Mail Matter PICKENS, S. C. WED)NESI)AY, JUNE 27, 1906. GAMBLERS' LUCK. 'A Joke Which Brought n Fortune to Its Innocent Victini. Having lost every cent of its ready money it the gaining tables, an Eng lish visitor at Monte Carlo wired a pathetic appeal for help to a friend in England. Two days later he received a letter addressed in the friend's hand ,writing which on being opened reveal ed a ive pound note. Without pausing to read the letter. the plunger hstened to CIro's, the fa mous restaurant in th'e Gfalerie Charles 111., and changed his "liver" into French money. Front Ciro's lie went straight Into the Casino, where, ox periencing tilt exttordItiary run of luck, he not merely retrieved till his previons losses, 1but gained a substan' thl iIncrease ilto the 1a-...

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. — 27 June 1906

Happenings of Looal aud 'Personal Nature. -Miss Emily Friday, of. Gr. e Ville, is on a visit to her sister, Mrs V. H1. Johnson in Pickens. --N. D Taiylor, photographer, of Easley, eflers ai cut price on all woik done I y him on July 4th. -W ii. Ilogoud, colored, on W 1I Langston pla-o reports his cotton bi ginning to bloom. -See change in ad of L Roths child, the old reliqblo clothier - of (I rvoi ilIle. in !Ihh. in-,nu . - I ; I !Vi fngton, ). ., , . I for some ha in Pioken to recuperate. -Mlrs Bargtrd and danghter, Miss Madge, of Greenville, visited their rliatlve, Mrs. R. R. Roark, of Pickenp, last week. -'T hero wAill be children's day ox ercises at 12. Mile Methodist church Sunday, July let. The public is cordially invited to attend. -Oraig Bros. will offer speoial bar. gains in suspenders and dress shirts. Don't fail to take advantage of this salo. Sale tn kes place Saturday, 30th. -Whilo ont squirrel hunting Sat urday, Marcus M. Rogers, of IR. F. D. No. -3, killed 6 hawks, tw...

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. — 27 June 1906

tMAN LIGHTN4NG. - of the Huail gogy outstrIps j1 yrything In Motion. u 0 as lightning'' is a phrase Nk (~bIlly used to express .the maxi 1 num of rapidity, but, according to a ,Voll known scieitist, electricity itself outstripped by that old fashioned xnachinot the human body, by which it ippoars powers caln, so to speak, be generatted in the brain, transmitted Utrough the nerves and developed in the muscles in an infiniteslimal frac ion of a second. It Is stated that a pinnist in playing it presto of Mendelssolin layed 5,95 Mnotes in four minutes aind three see >nds. The striking of each of these, it 4ias been estimated, involved 'two qnovemients of the 1inger and Possibly anoro. Again, the movements of the wrist, lbows and arms can scarcely be less than one movement for each note. As twenty-four notes were played each ecoid and each Involves three move -mients we would have seventyjtwo vol auntary movements per second. Again, the place, the force, the time lind tho duration of ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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