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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 16 March 1907

MED Did you ever iock up and look at it and won< was in it, wonder if it w It you could see how cine in every presbripti store, and had the p appreciate the quality il skill used in preparing have such doubts. Your Doctor know which we prepare are e: prescription. MA0Mm Mr. J. MeD. Bruce, after a long seige of sickness is again able to be out. The Pickens Drug Co. have just gotten in a lot of souvenir post cards of Pickens. The Big Store's Enbroidery Sale on opening days you cannot afford to miss. Don't forget the date, 22d 23d. Sheriff Jennings is short of board ers at present, there being only two prisoners in the county jail. 10,000 cabbage plants all fresh and green waiting for mother earth at the Pickens Drug store. Come and get them while fresh. Queen Quality, the only real dress ahoe for ladies: to be found in town at the Big Store. Remember the opening lays are 22d and 23d inst Be on hand on cpening day t< get your share of .the feast o bargains prepared for you by th&...

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. — 16 March 1907

RADE 'MARK ANEW REGISTERED S FARM our competit to be "just a original Fish buyers shouk This is the o Fa Norfolk, Va. Columbia, S. C. Mullet Supper and Free Fight. Amsricus, Ga., March 5.-- h general fight among negroes at a ,ni lot supper, on a plantation n'ar t!i oity of 4nericus, a hundred p ei-t.. ere fred prbmiscuiously ao with the 'usual result of tI ki!b, outright and sevei'al others wouirihl .Alter the single kerosene l:lu.I wa extinguis+hed by a bulle't, IIhe shioticn in the dark became general. Th( shootfest tys 'dtly' Af.cuslcnary pleas. a 9lt-ry'.ut.tendant upon such oecen.;ion and re u.lted from no s)peciir (auso. Denies Petition for Rehearing. (San Francisco., March 5. ---The ir. cult court of appeals denied the pe tition of the Southern Pacifie c'ompaji; n'y for a re-hearig of the act ion b Which that corp1ortition .seeks the rM1 'to stop thl/f) 4ferh Pacific wicn ti denial was anpounced, asled fr tand necured a syvof thirty dlays in o.. der that f0-inli;ht'irepare a ...

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. — 16 March 1907

Rapid changes of on the toughest coni The' conductor pai inside of a trolley car of the platform-the < hour or so in a heat walking against a bi difficulty of avoiding Scott's Emul body so that it can langer of cold from ci It will help you to 4 ALL DRUGoISTSi Panama Ditch Hitch. Another hitch Over lanma dit:. h; Contractors' hilla rejected; Plans disarranged, Everythintg changed, Oliver de-jected! The force of brunt Of 'l'eddy's stunt Poor Oliver is ba'li'ring, Without a doubt He's thousands out His c(Intracts bids prc p'ring! This latest jolt Like sudden bolt Falling from ch ar sky, Miakes us wonder WhenI in] thulder", Dirt w%ill start to f11! -- [ A tlautt aUeor,gian. Mercury and Air. The rantot I el r euttl ry lri-es and falls in Ihe ib;tromtert"t" is t l'.t, dry nil is heavy, sl, t air' is liht, :and the column ttf mtercu:ry is ali.etud by atuost)iphetic )rres,urN, Tllt tot'be of al b)aromIet.Cr b)eing( open a I le bulb end, th'[air wle I n-it c nlllnot sil. port the weighit...

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. — 16 March 1907

inng Days Fri. & Sat. March 22, 23. We cordiall will show you o: as we looked ah< attractive, in fac them now. The latest things in wo( Light Albatross in tan, 1 A beautiful line of light lot Cicillian cloth in j $1.00. All colors in novelties fi The strongest line that t lot of white mercerise A strong line Peques in A beautiful line of dotte I lot of linen finished o 4.oc and 50, zoo pieces Batiste in all h1E LEIDERS IN B efore Bii eeOur "New 3 nooga"~ Plai This planter is guaran Any rmade and Superior to * et all circumstances and c< This planter consists c vey short tongue with whi i~wand is so light and har tease. The seeds are thereby saving a great deal Prices and terms very we guarantee this planter Guano The Carmical is the o PGSITIVELY WON'T JMY OR DAMP. W ) %4..%o.They're the best ti ~~all Line of th typoga Turn]3 'all 1 inds Jtu MOOR NEWS rr invite all ladies to ne of the best select( ad and bought mosi t, we are selling son )len Dress Goods at special prices. ...

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. — 28 March 1907

TIHE SENTINEL:JOURNAL Eutered April 23, 1903 lt Pickens, 8. C., ii second class matter, nudor act of Congress of March 3, 1879. VOL._'In"XIV \'~_____ P_____ ICRMS, SOU CAOLINA, THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 19071 O 1 J'&Y .ra%b V' .L 1414, I'. IN J.AJ{O NIAK1ES CONF.ESSION Rowosville, Mach :M. -- The second act in' tho Bonaparte jail delivery wa: worked out in Rowesvillo yesterday and thu third act will follow in the courts in Oranixebuarg. it will be remonbored that The State a few wuoks ago had a story of on Jako Bonaparto wtao resisted arrest in liowosvillo and was subsequently ar restod and then relased from tho gaurd house by friends who broke the lock on the door. Iriday Edward Lesosne was arrested in Rowesvillo and taken to Orangoburg. On the way to that city he confessed that he was one of five who broke into the gaurd house and released Bonaparte and implicated four others. Lesosne was employed by the J. H. Blako Lumber company at the time of the jail delivery and together with S...

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. — 28 March 1907

Pickenls Senltinl1-Jollnll * Yti.IsH!ED EVER Y t IsIISDAY MoIRNIN(1. The Sontinol-Journal Company, TirOMiPs,'N & ICu II.Y. I'Io's. J. L.. I). 11IT lM P'SO N, 1":IIt.R lbscript ionl ;1.00 Per An1um1. Advertising Rates Reasonable. ute,red at Pickens I',stoflee a:- Second (;lass Mall Matter 1'ICKENS, S. C.: 'THiltS)AY, MARCH 2.4 1907. March 20th was the hottest on :record for the date in Charleston and Atlanta. Officers captured a blockade still on the very top of Glassy Mountain in the dark corner. A fire in the Atlantic refining works at Point Breeze, Pa , done over 11,000,000 damage. A thief burglarized the depot at Belton, S. C., and secured a number of express packages. Several Italians were killed and others injured by the collapse of a building in Cincinnati, 0. Joshua Harrison, on trial at Eliza k'eth City, N. C., charged with kid napping and murdering the nine year-old son of former State Senator Beasley, was found guilty. Two colored women were shot t , death by a mob nea...

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. — 28 March 1907

.Eutered April 23, 1903 tt Pickciv, .9. C. u 11" .;I kttk or af'. of Con1grese4 of M; rch, 3, 1879. ~VOL._ XXXVI PICK___ ___ -Qv___ ~ Us GARG IA, .TIUU'DAY. iARP 1 29, 1OG7E O 4 SFFROM OUR COI Pickens-R F. 0. No. 2. We are having beautiful sprint weather. All naturo sems to smile Mrs. Thos. Durham, who has beo sick for several weeks, is muell bettor. Sunday school was organized at Six Mils last Sunday, with Mr. Ma rion Stepr ens as superin ten den t. It is hoped that much interest wijl be taken in ma.tking it a success. Mr. "Colonel" Smith, who has been attending c>llege at Nashville, Tenn , bas returned home. Miss Zora Su ith has been visiting home folks recently. Six Mile school closed on the 22d, with Mr. P. M. Durham as teacher. There will he an Easter egg hunt on Good Friday at Garvin school-. house, 29. The little ones are antic ipating a good time. Mr. It -lnnter, from Picens, has moved to Mir. 0. W. Garrett's house at Six Mile, and will take charge of the hlacksmlith shop...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 28 March 1907

P UBISIIET) EVERY THURSDAY MORNINU BY The Sentinel-Journal Company. TrOMPsoN & RIcuHEY. PitoPs. J. L. U. 'IoMl'SON, EDITOR. Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rates Reasonable Entered at P'ickens rostbrIce as Second Class Mail Matter 'ICKENS, S. C. : THURSDAy, i1ARCII2 S 1907. Old Wintor has gone--the village 0w Will go to swasbing the sidewalks Dow; 'T'he bees and the birds and the grass hoppers, too, Bid us good morning, with a "How, dy-do?" The Frost King robber-he has no soul Made s seen a1 Qur uionee fai Anti gebtle 8t1 ,now it has cemt iM us as poor as it did before. To bring up a child in the way hi should go, travel that road yoursell The Macon News thinks that Fair banks was a rather cold propositiot to introduce int. three red-hot S Patrick celebratiions in Chicago. Secret societies continue to it crease in membership. There something in secret societies that al peel very stronily to a married ma1 After nine weeks of the Tha trial, we are led to believe that Tha...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 28 March 1907

SEE OUR LINE OF Pi(. K VIEWS. | .A/-dTOP JH LINE STATIC l.THE NICEST AND MOS The Picken ~'W Han i(ldle Pickens Sentilel-Journal Happenings of a Local. and Personal Nature. This fine weather is a "spring fever" breeder. A. K. Park, Greenville, is talking to our readers this week on the sub ject of dry goods and shoes. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ambler and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Gilreath of Greenville, spelt Sunday with rela tives in Pickens. L. Rotlhschild, Greenville, call the 1 attention of stylish dressers to the fact that they are "In it" with all the Spring and Summer styles of cloth ing et.c. From present indications there will be a big crop of peaches this year. The trees are loaded with healthy blossoms. Nothing ad -to the appear ance of a 6o'- . e velvety lawn. Now is the ow the seed, 111)dI the Picl Store is the place to get I Prof. Cartee will cond .ct an all day singing at Go'den Creek :hurch on the third Sunday in A pril, every body invited and don't forget to bring a well filled da...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 28 March 1907

[i11 ,I I!1 1 iIri' ill ii i il' JI l ;. . I n STOR: __ _ __ _ it1 Aegtable 1'reparalionforAs similating ftheIFoodandtlleguha ting the Stomachs and B1owels of Fromoles Digestion.Cheerru ness and Rest.Conlains neither Opium,Morphine nor Nliaeral. NOT NARCOTIc. iSc -. Aperfccl flemedy for Constipa_. f.on. Sour Stomach,Diarrhoca " Worms,Convulsions,Feverish ness and LOSS OF SLEEP 'FaGSiinile s natdi7r o NEW YORK. kXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. lai of in strets Tm - f o is~ C agle oppor own Ah hrne in_ s the bes town o th - id U t R elettei d com , frschoce For P ats,Pnce an o m e .I M ) n n For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have AIwavs Scogh Bears the Signature of * In Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA TN! CENTAUR "OMPANY. .W VONN O1TY. PARKER' I a 1.05IV 14AIR BALS.AM I c i an u Co1or. Curi *ld)! I 'l.F s hcr tn!!:ug, a:~~~ ~~ fl' .: rl2~d 1r If powe r. 7 ,...: l,t'( r . hali - r ,1' --tl the Oh)1itl eng'llr i ll n-r n" ' 1r 4Ie t F r 0 1: !'% la"!tlf':Ti ('COl/ y 1 1 : it hl l. i , : ,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 28 March 1907

YOT?F MAC A! mi fi.cent Footing, Lace an and Dress Trimm FOL Clothing, Shoes az Gordon Stove and Walkove: (iall fc.. .tterich Pickens a lJournal Happenings o n ne j and Personal a ;are. Mrs. T. D. Harris and children spent Friday and Saturday visiting friends in Greenville. Mr. J. McD. Bruce has returned from a trip to Florida and reports hot weather in the land of flowvers. The picnic season will soon be with us with all its accompaniments -deans, mosquitoes, chiggers and gnats. lBut there is bushels of fun im a picnie. That phonograph scheme at Craig Bros. is a 3atchy trade-winner. With every p)urchase you receive a coupo~n, and when your purcha.ses amonnt to fifty dollars the firm will give you a high-grade talking-machine. Th11at scheme ought to (10 its own talking. Each~ year the poul try indlustry is becointg more lucrative, and now ausflC proportionJs that will soon rival any branch of farm industry. Sti'l there aro farmers and others who wvill claim that t,he hen is not prVo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 28 March 1907

STARK .By... ,R MCCUTCHIN I b rin-4 youl to him per-onally. IIe will nlot "'ceive yell eX(e(4 t'i.oill my llan(1S 'l'h(ere w:s 1ot1hiln elce t'or lte to do thlie1, W:! t here. I.ori'ry ? I wats coin. I '1bed to coluie, and I "oul not cole as the 11rinh10ss a1 \1wolnlan. Diis'ov ery -w'(nh have ine:tnt det;radhalion from whii''h I col1 i11 have hoped t< recover. 'I'h' inillary garnienis we'< mny onlysfeur. "Anld how' many people know of youn - deception'." "Tr'ee blesides youiself -- Talgmar. (tliinlox Ind Captain i )11nglos. lle abbot wuvill know later on, auml I shive as I think of it. The driver a nd thu m11ant 'Ito went to your cell. Oghot know of the escape, but (to 1iot know am hlere. Allode--you remember him is our- driver." "Allode? He's the fellow who saw me-er-who was hn the throneroom." "Ile Is the tan who saw nothing sir." "I remember his obedience," he said, laughing In spite of his unhappiness "Am I to have no freedom up here no liberty at all?" "You are to act as...

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. — 4 April 1907

T 6' eLt'dL( rJ Entered April 23 1903 at Pzeko' ns C., as second Class matter, nud er ac of Congress of Mar01 3, 1879 i~ VOL _ ICCKSOUTH ALI THUR)SDAY, APRL 1 U 407 AN (I 'I4(1iP% 17" -- + + _WN1 11J1 4 A V I A SCHOOLS FOR THE STATE. Pickens, S. (0., Mar. 3 0. 1907. T 'o,the people of Pickens County, the last ILegislaturo passed the follow inlg High School Act, plonso read and save, an.y service that I can be to any moctiol of the'County, I will gladly render. I trust that the people of our Uounty will get their share of the $51, 01)0.00. You rs. R. T. HIallum Section 1. Be it enacted by the Gener al As,nlbly of the Stato of Soutn Carolina, 'Lhat it shall 'be lawful for any County or for any township, or any aggregation of adjoining town ships, or for any aggregation of ad joiring school districts, of not more than one thousand inhabitants under the last proceding United States Census to estabijah a high school in the man ner and with the -privilege herein given. Sec. 2 That any hig...

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. — 4 April 1907

NO JOB FOR PERFUMED MAN, Chicago Employers say That They Don't Want Him Around. Men in business have formed such an antipathy to tho nian who uses perfumery or -has the barber put any thing on his hair that 'has any fra grance in it that many men who don't knOW this are unable to coinlect with good jobs which inight be thevil's .if they did know It. Mven the women have becone af. foeted. 1In mllore thaIn one hicago business -house the stenographers have been askjed to forego dousing a lot of scent upon their haindkerlchies or blouses. A slight trace is not dis agreeable, but. in sonle cases even the smallest vestige is objected to. This applies to t,he women. To the men the slightest shadow of it is fatal. It was only the other day the man ager of a house in which many men are employed was exanting an appli cant for a position. 1he applicant was neatly dressed, had a pleasing al though a slightly bold appearance and talked correctly and intelligently, al though a trille egotisticall...

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. — 4 April 1907

SOUTHERN'S NEW RULES. traveling Freight Agents Appointed to Assist Patrons. Following President Finlty's plain talk to the representatives of the freight and passenger departments of the Southein Railway recently as to the prcper treatment of the public by orployes of the read, another step him been taken by that company in the direction of bring about better rela tians with the people making ship mients over its lines. Mr. A. H. Plant, comptroller of the company, anounc eo that: . For the purpose of -insuring prompt ness and justice to its patrons in re spect to the handling of freights at local stations and the handling ojf loss, damage and overcharge freight claims occuri'ing - on freights received or shipped by its patrons, Southern Rail way company has inaugurated and placed in service a corps of traveling freight claint agents, whose duty it will be to travel continuously the re epective territories assigned to them, visiting at each station not only the local agent, but the c...

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. — 4 April 1907

/ PV8TJSHED EVERY TIHUI8DAY MORNINO. -BY The SOetinel-Journal Company. TTOMPBoN & BIcIEY, PROPS. J. La. U. 'T'HOMPSON, Ejrona. Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rates Reasonable. ntered at Ploken .o.tolee as Second Class Mil Matter PICIENS, S. C.: THURSDAY, APRIL 4 1907. The supreme court of Connecticut has decided that barbers in that state need not shave colored men, as the barber shop is not a place of public accommodation, within the meaning of the law, and its proprit - tor may make such rules of conduct for it he pleases. Good enough law, to be sure, but how comes such a question before the courts of Con. nectiout4 Surely there is no race prejudice there. There was a time when jug-break ing was very popular. Children were furnished miniature jugs in which to collect funds for Sunday school pur poses, and jug-breaking was an event; but in these days jug-breaking in South Carolina is not as popular -with some people. Marshal Neeley made the first seizure, and Friduy ...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 4 April 1907

HE 1IftIS N -N f N1IL= Entered April 23, 1903 at Pickens, am second claSH urnt ttr ,,,der net of Congress of Mtr(;l 3, 1879 VOL. XXX V,__ ICK__ S_ SOUTH GART H , H"ui' D y, i'f 4, I907. .:. RESPONDENTS. al 1 wee-educst+-de1 negro , Who is no above his stationi in lifr, ad11( is d,iein ai noble work as a I er. His wlhit friends wish hi wen hvi Itis cIho. field and would be glad to see hin re-elected as principal of the colore< school here, for thery betlievo he is th< right man in the right place. Easter, with its hard.boilod eggi accompaniiment, has come and gone which reminds us of the following ancient jingle: "Maria- ate ten eggs, and so did Mist Nellie, And both hurried home with a pain in her -; Now don't get excited, and don't b< misled Each dear little girl had a pain in her head." Only Two Mtllion Dollars. "A little matter of ot.ly $2,000,00( doesn't amount to much one way of the cther."-E. H. Harriman. Only. $2,000,000! Merely a wisp of hay lo stop up the crack in ...

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. — 4 April 1907

P1ekus SduiIeI-01Joura1 ygM.vJsHED IVERY THURSDAY MORNING. -BY The Sontinel-Journal Company. TDOM PBON & RIoHEr. PRops. J. L. O. THOMPSON. EmTon. Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rtttes Reasonable. Entered at Piokens outofee as Second Clans Mail Matter PICKENS, S. C. : THURSDAY, APRIL 4 1907. Says La Rocheloucauld: "We are never so happy or so unhappy as we eThe beauty about being a con gressman is that you can spend mil uons of other people's money and not get into troable. When Theodore Roosevelt Icaves the White House, jocularly asks the Macon Telegraph, what will our ex-presidente do with us? The supreme court in a lengthy opinion holds that Gov. Ansel had full power to remove the late dispenf - ary board. That settles it. A soldier serving in the Philip pines was court-martialed- for steal ing a bar of soap valued at eight cents and sentenced to bard labor for six months. He made the mit take in not taking a whole box of soap. He then might have got a few days ati ...

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. — 4 April 1907

POSTC SEE OUR LINE louveijir I OF PICKEM ' v WWS. ----LINI STATIC THE NICEST AND MOS --0 The Picken Pickens Seiel-Journal Happenings of a Local and Personal Nature. Mrs. L. C. Thornley and little flaughter, are on a visit to Atlanta. Mrs. F. A. Miles, of Greenville, is on a visit to Mrs. T. J. Mauldin, in Pickens, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Manuldin and Mrs. F. Miles spent a portion of last week at Clemson College. Pickens is growing very 'repidly now. A new enterprise is talked of in the shape of a bottling plant, The sveret societies of Pickens are in a flourirhing condition and new members are bing constantly added J. K Kirksey, Jr., who has been in California for the past two years, is on a vinit to his parents in the Crow Creek section. The new rtsideu crs Jnli us E. Pars.e-s an S. Nil - mons, in the east town is nearing comptrletion Mr. E. A. Slvwt g from Dillon, Mont., to h bdress of his paper change ;s voly rough weather in t Mr. and Mrs. Wn. Harp-r, of the Cent ral side,hatv return...

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. — 4 April 1907

.. ;iled Su11!lJmmons for Relief Con.'ph111 .. N'll St rved. STATE OF SOUTI ('A11OLIN.\ Piekens, Ion 'y . Cort ( (1 Iliii. Ples. F"(rg lU '11a1( Ii ( tl1(i''fl n 'n's \ 'r' tt n, Av'a 1, f, ki, .\l;IS'1 ^ II F'e-rguoni, 11ne l. i't'W s"i11,In 11I\ lIi( .1". Fergusn tu tn .Ioui 1-4"-rg1 :(on, Tr., and .In,. I(rgIson ,' m n . i121. ' Kil, J. W I h 11. (i. ii ''u, . -Whit S latin., W . M. ! <ie i1n tlt .1. 1I.'iI 1I ' i 11 " I i ( I' j2;l'4 ml, L")'Ill l ll . I1 lh my (iiatly NI?tral~1 o 'an tf(+ l'rt;nt J - , e rphriio "\II)T WordilaW, dams M. '1+'( rg.)4iin,' Avi l,. Link, Au.mstuts 1). Ferg:soI); amml 1n . .Fergiin, Jm1111es M. F'or gm-on, Jr., 1\,Ittir. J. W%hiito 1iattth Valentine, J. lleD. Uirnt(, .mdt .. P'. Carey, De(fcumhints. 'TCo the Defenndants abo v nallimed: You are hereby s11111I"111 and re qunired1 to 11nswV( r the('1amend((el(omplaint ii thils letiol, which is this di Iy i'd in the oflieo of the clek'i of coutill for Pick ens eounty. and to servno e (' 1Iy of your a...

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