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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 10 February 1910

1 THE v PICKENS SENTINEbJo" MaH Ciitcrrtl April 1?3< 1003 ?t I'lchi'im, s. f' tin Hotoliil 'li"> 111t < t < r, uiidiiri'uluimrrH of .tlnrrli 3.1870 39th Year PICKENS, 8. G., FEBRUARY 10, 1910. Number ' W A Very Queer Case A MAN WHO HAS SLEPT FOR SIXTEEN DAYS STRAIGHT Malady of a Wealthy North Carolinian, W&o Went to Toledo to Mar ry. Puzzles Doctots. Physicians and detectives are i mystified over the peculiar con-' dition in which J. F. Smith- j wick, a wealthy cotton mer-1 chant of South Creek, Beau font county North Carolina, ha C i- * J 1 * iciuaiucju iui l/WO weeKS HT> tn< state hospital at Toledo, Ohio. During his strange sleep, whici began sixteen days ago, Smithwick has not spoken over a doz en words and at all times seem, to he unconsious. It was supposed when Smith wick was found unconsious in his room that ho was the victim of ^as, a small gas jo! above his head beinp; found partially turned on. There is no doubt in the minds of phvsicians that Smtthw...

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. — 10 February 1910

COlmHOP REPORT Georgia Ranks Fourth in Con sumption of Staple FOREO COTTON IMPORTED TL - D i CV ... t * A * 41 Aid |\UpUI I k-iiUVYO 1IIV.ICUBC 111 nillUUIIi \ oi Cotton Consumed by CottonGrowtng btatei. Washington, D. C.?The linancial ~Qt?turbtuices of 10U7, which have already ^become history iu the United States, have not entirely dnmppeareu among ihe cotton manufacturers of Europe, accoruui& tu a statement 01 Daniel C. Kcpcr ot tne bureau on census, in his leport 011 the supply anu aistriuuuou ot eoitou lor tut: year ending August 31, iDoU, just pubiisued. At tiie close 01 the season, ue saya a number of nulls were running 011 snort time, with little prospect ot au early resumption of tun time, lie attributes tins not alone to the Tjusiuesss depression generally, hut also to tho short crops produced In the iMiropean countries aim a very marked tailing oft in internal dcmanu througnout Europe, consequent to tiie higu prices brought on by ilio iiort crops. Notwithstanding this,...

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. — 10 February 1910

I ' INFLUENCE. The Yjunal lost bark on life's tumultuous _'ocetm Will leave a track behind forevermore; Tlio lightest wa^e of influence, onco in motion. Ex ton-is and widens to tlio eternal shore. We should he wary, then, who (.ro before 'A myriad yet to he, and we should take Ou i hearing carefully, where breakers roar And tearful tempests gather: one mistake May wreck unnumbered barks that follow in our wake. ?The Christii.n Advocate. f TROVATA I ft ft % By M. CORBETT-SEYMOUR. ? ^fie? i l^ i 6?6 i eZZr&eZfr* ^ Charles Danford's friends agreed unanimously that ho was making himself ridiculous. ITo had fallen in lovo Rlmnlv frnm in"'"" ^ ,..j QUO..If, I1UI 111 Cl crowded concert room once during the brief, bright, London season! simply from listening to the pleasant tone as her voice as she talked with a lady and gentleman, much older than herself, who wore her com panions. Now lovo?so-called?and young Danford wore not qui to unknown to each other. Me had twice proposed and been...

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. — 10 February 1910

r"? How 1\ JLPO 1 Feed IJSL "T^o YOU K* ? need, and I*' ? cir> ivijllllt plant cai Suppose you she box, nail it up and ] pect them to thrive Hardly ! IV/ell, did it ever badly mixed fertilize tion up io your crc shape that they can' Fertilizers, to do the soil waters. Tli I the surface during t and repassing the ro contained in the \va1 the plant can feed. Therefore, when with the idea of iuri Isamo prmcipic that stock. It should 110 Phosphoric Acid anc should bo in soli of the fertilizer shoi absorb every particle fact 11 red from mater cood at one time, bu entire growing s * the fertili way. II -y-mixi ?vith a as inj e qu c mmcrfals i . os machinery c< j.?.roporly, They inu I complete, yo; we j exactly like1 / ot nnrt r>t: \vlii<"?V mild I little Potash, while opposite?and all of not available. Remember that t! *est of it. erop grow iuniDS and bv int food ; you a can take an your mule < t risk a crop i your pcaci A al ct<I r< / '? .J J r it)? Have secured t'na...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 10 February 1910

g ? I 1 I Pickens Sentinel-Journal ?John T. Feiuiell, of Green vine, was circulating among his Pickens friends Tuesday. ?Mrs. W. B. Freeman is quite . sick at her home in Pickens. Her J - sister, Miss Neal, is at her bod j Slut). ?Miss Lila Harris, of Greenville, spent a portion of last week with her sister. Mrs. W. T. Griffin, in Pickens. Born, on t.hrc inaf.anf Mr. and Mrs. Lawrenco Elrod, of the Oolenoy section, a fine bouncing boy. ?Prof. Henry A. Townes, who has bfifln niiit.o fliclf frvr past several weeks has about recovered and was on the streets of F jkens lasfcfBaturday. ?W. W. Bradley, editor of the Abbeville Press and Banner nn/1 aonv/\f 4-^. ~ ? tviivi iai y tu V^UIl^rUbSIlUin I Wyatt Aiken, spent a portion of last week in Pickous on business. ?Dont fail to see the real estate add of J. R. Ashmore in this issue, lie offers a lot of good property for sale at reasonable prices. ?Thomas M. Kennedy, form erly connected with the Greenville News, but now a resident of Linchbu...

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. — 10 February 1910

V / . THE HOUSI BY KI.OUKNTK V Unto the Prison House of i'ain ihi The bravest who an entrance nai 'Reluctant linger there For Pleasure. passing by that dooi Viiil Synii>athy hut attillus snvm ! Yet in the IVis.m House i t' l\ti tl Like Christina- ro.xes. whi'li uti i Perfection 'mi'J tin -ti<>\\ Love, eiilcriinr. in imM w:irn-tl Ami often, where tin* hush w ileep, Ah, me! I lie Prison llc.i P.i > Lessons of i\ Kiihlimer Mram Than .my elsewhere tauuM Ami?l Us loncliiie.xM anil v_'i<?>Tu. era V'or to no earthly dwelli'-u-pla -e sr The Commercial Yea, wp commercials have our fair nhare of odd experience;-;, and wo prow case-hardened in time. I^u' there was one occasion when I unconsciously played a queer part in a Dig anair, arm wnenever I travel on l this line t'ie circumstances come) vividly before my mind's eye. and I i experience a strange feeling of nor- j vousiietis which, try as [ will. I can- : not overcome. It happened one night in 1" saber, a good many y.?ar...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 10 February 1910

CUte If you had positive \ ^male ills had made m; not feel like trying it? If during the last thirt convincing every fair-mii ham's Vegetable Compoi sands of women of the i long for an opportunity t Meanwhile read the folk to be genuine and truthfi Hutlnon, Ohio.?"I suffci inflammation, drcadl'nl pa hod.been doctoring and re. jj&Mid advised me <<? take ? Mind. 1 did so, and wrote followed your directions ar of the Vegetable Compound a well woman. I give you ft ? Mrs. Lena Oarmocino, II '[ . v: "r^~l st. Regis \r-' V. ' -s? had (hat : and if won $ . wrote fo ye Mjgfelr bain's Veg< IjtwSf <= bappy to sj {ijj&wS ^ ^ W medieine ti MliL my letter for 1 Kreyer'e, St i Here 1 f ability of t ,? II I Ithe roots ::emale diseases. We po: enough to convince the i For 30 years Tjydia F? Pi Gorai>ouii(I has been the st female ills. No sick worn herself who will not try tlii Made exclusively from ro< has thousands 01 cures to 11 Mrs. Pinkham invi &v ^ to write her for...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 10 February 1910

I 1 ( i II v Hii ^ A.: LOL 3 PEROENT!^ ?fliS ^Vegetable Preparation for As fell simiF:: i ing (heniodandftegula- . II & ? loraac'? andBwcls SWiAj* -r? _ 3 E?. l'romoics I M?esl?on.CheerrulJ|!i;.';i ncss.:;-.a Ik it.Con tains neither Opium.Morphine liorMiacral. jii. Not Nakc otic. |j j A I) Jh C f A *">'ci Consttya- f f??o < . Diarrhoea; | rfloS- Won : loits.lcvcrislv ^ S ao ncss i ;ul L ass of Sleep. ; :? ? : f&ifl/i*' r,Iiir.*> nr y^\M Exact Copy of Wrapper. iikiv: v^sssshh Lite Is a Fu Proposition Man conn i this world without lib < :i and leaves it against his vii!!. During his stay on earth time is spent Hi contiinw, . round of con and 11 :suk lerstandings Vdance of mir specie. :id'aiH y i is an angel: tod he i a devil; in nianhoo i xli i everything ill a lizard\< :i u; in his duties he is ; : if he raises a c is a cni.'iiip; ii he raises neck 11 iVihief, and then no law raise- Y devil with \im; if he is -t I >: man, he is poor mail i and has no nse; if...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 17 February 1910

. . /'/" ' >/ , f C K \ s I /I ^ L 'U f v h ,... ft' ' ' ' 1 ( ' THE PICKENS SENTINEL-JOURNAL Itiitcrcd April 23? 11)03 ?t PlckoiiM, s. (', mm mcciiiitl .-Iuxm in ill or, iiiiilorculoniEreitM of .ilurcli <, 1 S?!) ~?9(hWear PICKENS. S. 0.. FEBRUARY 17, 1010. Number 39 !?.... ......... UIC TDinTn'norm ...~ ? r. IIf.A ivi: : - * _.. r% m u "1" I ^ . . . rr- . ? *?as iTiissiny iur c* tears A matter that will interest the people of Chester is the announcement of the finding of Mr. T. A Kline, son of tho late Theodore D. Kline, who married m:? ir> s- tt _ i l a*noa rjiigtimu, noist, step-aaugliter of Mrs. I. A. Hoist of this city, and was for many years general manager of the Georgia Central railway, dying several years ago and leaving a comfortable fortune. The son, T A. Kline, dissppeared 24 years ago from the home in Savnnr ah. He was filled with a desire to See the world nn?l no fV?r? von-" . - - . v? v? *.*1/ UI1V J V/CH U rolled by ho continued to absent himself, nothing b...

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. — 17 February 1910

MONEY FOR \?Ai AYS $42,355,276 Is Recommended By House Committee. SMITH fiFTS I ARIiF SUM V w a uu a w ?-*i Iituu VUi'i There Are Further Projects Not Yot Adopted By Congroi* Which Call for $297,000,000 Additional. Washington, D. C.?Waterway projects at a cost of S-12.ar..V:?7? of whifh $7,200,4430 is l'or continuing contracts, are provided for in the rivera and harbors appropriations bill, which was reported to the iiouao by the committee on rivers and harbors. The bill provides (or harbor projects tor greater doinh at Norfolk, Va., and Mobile, Ala., besides u host of big projects for tlie Mississippi river, the great lakes, New York harbor and Pacific coast waterways improvement. me projects auready under improvement. The projects already under improvement aggregate 17,400, including the Mississippi river from Cairo to the head of the passes. Southern projects of $20,"00 or more follow: Virigma?Norfolk harbor and its approaches, general improvement, 345/100; removal of Thimble sho...

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. — 17 February 1910

J THE PHI j BV CAHl, \ Mv head in servitude bowed down, I grovel and groan and grind. Imprisoned fast in'< tho toils of Town, ] in hivt iuhh <ii ii own von lined. And my prisV" wall Is a rampart. kail. A rampart roared ho high That a slot ot'/hlue Ik the only vvjtiw I have ol CioJ'.s gj/eat s!;v. ^ i_ DEFENC , <><><>? <*<>*<> ? ? < They had been married live year:; ' and love had lasted as !t generally s does last if tho llrst critical six months of matrimony can bo tided j over without disaster. He, Jack Alston, was a fortunate) Vouni* man < who had stepped into his father's i ( shoes shortly after being woddcd toll Clara Fay worthy, the girl of his I choice. Prosperity and happiness had waited on them from the commence- * mcnt of their married life. There I were no children; hut Jack old not l want, nnv to dlvlrln iiia i tton, and lie scarcely noticed her deep disappointment as each succeeding year brought no change. I Clara adored him,...

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. — 17 February 1910

Pickens Sentinel-Jonrnelj Subscription 81.00 For Annum. Advertising It itos Hcnsotmble tutored at PlokouH roHtodlce as Second Class Mail Matter iUCKl'.NS, S. C. : THURSDAY FEBRUARY 71, 11)10 Getting ready for the County Fair.! The promoters of the Pickens County Fair propose to have the' greatest county Fair ever held in this state during next Oct. Heretofore the matter was It'l l to thft last minute and the work all in a hurry just a week <>.' lwo: Kof Am f Kit 1 w1 /\4' 1 * , ? i * ? SK. . ? . . k/utui ^ UK; num "i iii " tiii. i * how they managed h> u? >J through all right in spile <>!' had weather and other' obstacle-*. But this .year they are mm.! it the right way andtaktnu; tiiiic by the forelock. It is pt-opo It > charter the fair assoei i1 ion and raise sul'lieienl funds i.? make it a lasting and pi nva a< nt institution. A eiian r ',ta b-e i applied for and as soon as 1 rives books of subscript ion wi . belopened and the real work i . - , gun. We thi...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 17 February 1910

. tmmmmiwwauii 1 Pickens Sentinel-Journal ?How can wo tell other peo? iU? 1 i--" '1 1 JJIO 1/I1U HOWS U111UHS yuil tuil lb to US. * ?Born, 011 tho 12th instant, to Mr. and Mrs. Bornett A. A1L>4K00d, of Pickens, 11. ,2, a bouncing boy. ?Miss McVeigh Hutchison, AUQ nf fl*/\ fr?anU/\iu< 5*% 4 lw* Hn.wl v/iiv ui. 1/11 v tvaviu'io hi unu vi i iu i ^ (.id school, was on the sick list last week. ?Verner Christopher left last week for a trip through the west, where he goes seeking a good place to locate. ?Ernest Folgor loft last week for tho northern markets to buy his spring and summer lino of dry Roods and dross ^oods. ?Dr. J. N. Ilalluni of the n? l - ix ? i ? i icKL'iis uriii? i o., nas moved and now occupies tki : idence recently vacated by V?r. II. Johnson. ?The beautiful snow which fell last week was a joy to the younger set in Pickens, they enjoying sleigh-riding and snow balling in ^reat shape. ?R. T. I fallum will, in a short tinio, occupy the Dendy property, in tho northern...

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. — 17 February 1910

|;v ^ .* 1 *'' t ) * -^ THI; BIG DOfljjyDKR THK W WCOX "Come, wife," md good old Farther Gray, "Put on yoxttutWngS. 'tis market dny-^And we'll be. wfT to fcfio nearest town, There myd biifn ere. trre Ain W?n down. Spot? No, -.twil leave old Spot behind." lint Siutt lirti,i.i?V*,ul ???'! 1 ,l-: 1 - - I'w nv nuu ? ?|'v#v hi; inilcvij Ami soon made up his dogfish mind To,.follow unusr the w.i^on. 'Away they wout at a good round pace, Ami joy came jnto tho farmer's face; "Poor Spot," ga?d lie. "did want (<> come, But I'm awful glad he's left at home; He'll guard the nam, ami guard tho cot, And keep the cattle out of the lot." 44I'm not so sure of tlmt," thought f^pot. The big dog under the wagon. The farmer all his produce sold. Anil .r,i? lila ... ..?ll -< > f,..v >? !'??.? J vuu? Then startled homeward after dark. Home through the lonely forest. Hark! A robber springs from behind a tree? "Your money or else your life," says he; The moon was up, but he didn't see The big...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 17 February 1910

How Most People Maintain Wrong Beliefs Everyday Matters In Which lA/n fl?o lloii-*ll?? In < ? nib vjuuilj) III LllVlis^.f If wo start an inquiry along any particular line we very soon discover that our authorities are uprooting and utterly doing to death some of our moat fond little beliefs; we find tftft only that we have been negatively in the wrong through lack of any information, but that wo have been positively, and often assertively, wrong, having taken our stand on what develops to bo- absolutely ml?i?formation. This holds true with reference to all things, both animate and Inanimate, but in no lino is it more striking than with regard to ourselves, our bodies, our senses, our foods, and our diseases. ivjuui. ien nvoragoiy well-informed persons and ask each to locate his heart. At least nine, and-probably all of them, will placo their hands well around on the left sido or on the left breast up toward the shoulder. Of course, every one knows that the heart Is 011 the left s...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 17 February 1910

m, : w* 'I! 1 "WH i ' 1' / nnHHB ? The Kind You Ilavo Always Bo in nso for over 30 years, liu - and has Om&ES; z"??a: All Counterfeits, Imitations ai Experiments that trillo "Witll i Ini'ai'ts and Children?Experi What is Ct Castoria is a harmless suhsti gorie, Drops and Soothing S; contains neither Opium, Mor hiibstanee. Its is its guar aucl allays Feverishness. It < ( olic. It relieves Teething' Ti and l'Matuleney. It assimilat Stomach and ilowels, giving The Children's Panacea?The GENUINE CAST Sears the S: /7L The Kind You Hav En Use For Ov( THE CCNTAUR COMPANY, TT MURR R. F. D.'s Thrce-cornera Meet. i ( >11 ItIiit !i' I he ''''ml iVmvol will be I hi ve lar^v meetings of Rural carriers. The carriers of Spartanburg and ivi ;;h boring counties will nu > ! a I Spartanburp; in Ih<> court bouse at 10 o'clock a. the carriers of Oranu? bm and neighboring; counti( v. :!l inc. i in the city of Orangehi: and tlie carriers of Florence and neighboring counties will rne ! in...

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. — 24 February 1910

; .......... ? % i \m . -^Pf ' ' 4f: 'THE PICKENS SENTINEL JOURNAL Vs! i . ? , s Ivntrroil April i!li, lOOIJ at I'iclioiiM, s. r. as nocoiut cIiimm matter, iiudercofoiiKrcMft of ill arch 3,1S71? 39th Year PICKENS. 8. C.. FEBRUARY 24, 1910. Number 40 How Do You Feed lour DO YOU KNOW just tieed, and arc you ft as required and in nl ^ * ? l? * ?. ( r Suppose you should put t box, nail it up and place it in pect tLeni to thrive and grow Hardly ! Well, did it ever occur to y badly mixed fertilizers you ar tion up to your crops?offeri shape that they can't get t0 jt 1 Fertilizers, to do your eroj the soil waters. These are co the surface during the day ai and repassing the roots of the contained in the water?and t the plant can feed. Therefore, when you buy with the idea of furnishing fo same principle tb^t you sho stock. It should not oidy coi Phosphoric Acid and Potash, should be in soluble (or of the fertilizer should he sik absorb every particle of it, an factured from materials that ...

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. — 24 February 1910

educationInsouih Conference of Educators Discuss Southern Industrial Education. SOIIITION flFRAf.F PRftRI FM President Taft Says Dixie's Prosperity Will Solve Problems Which South Mast Face. Thomas Nelson Page Presides. Washington, D. C.?In the prosperity of the south lies the solution of the race problem, in tiio opinion of President Tuft, who purtieiputeil in u ii. . ui < iiuuaiuin uuu iiniiiiutliropically disposed moil and women of Washington OIl < diu aUqu in the south, at the residence of Ali.,s .Mabel T. Hoard man. "Them are two thitiKs working toward the solution of the negro problem," tfaid the president. "One is the development of interest among the better cIush of southerners in ihe education of the negro, and a consu iousness of tue fact, that nothing will so II1UUI1 UClp [IK; SOIlltl as KllCil edllcation. The other important feature is the increase of the wealth of the south. "Tho south, xiiit.il the last decade, hud a dreadfully hard time to support the government...

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. — 24 February 1910

WM ? : ( ' ' wMiNBtii'"taking"o ^ ( - ^eoroe v\ WK all know a grealt U^al about Georgo Waalimulon. t ha man, [ w iuc quiuier, i n? ataioRman | ut.d I he President, hut very j little of Gaorge Washington tbe hoy. i His boyhood will prove interesting I and at the naiue tini<? helpful to hove | who are strlvins to make something of themselves George Washington was horn on a plantation of 1200 acres called Wake-I field, in Westmoreland County. Va., ulxty-five miles below Washington city, on the Potonme. Mary Hall, Washington's mother, was a mother worthy of her splendid son. , She had Hpnnt some years of her girlhood at thehomeof her brother, Joseph Hall, at Cookham, in Rerk- i shire, England, where Augustine Washington, (Jeorge's father, happening to be in Kngland upon affairs connected with tils property, met her. She was regarded as a belle and beauty, and had many admirers in Virginia as well an in England. Angusline Washington was considered one of the handsomest men of his day,...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 24 February 1910

frig..111 70 Years v We have had nearly seven Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Th;> fidence in it for coughs, cc I and weak lungs. Ask your < he has had with it. He I wisely. Keep in close touch I No alcohol in this cough ivied Be well; be strong. You cannot if youi b* Ayer's Pills, all vegetable. Ask your doct Pickens Sentinel-Journel 8 1.00 Per Acuuru. Advertiaiug li'itos H< umoiiu! e Sntered at Ploxonn l ustotllco bk Second OUm> Mail Matter PICKENS, S. (J. : THURSDAY FKllRUARY _M, MHO Hazel Happeninds. Dear Sentinel Journal and! your many readers, 1 will trv to give you a few items from I hi- J neck of the woods. Every thinu i is vcrv nn i f o ? ? J vi v*1 We had a six inch snow on the 11th inst. This section was visitt <I by ;i heavy rain accompanied with , lightning and thunder, on !!n17th inst. TA 1_ ; . i ; 11 i 1 I rmiu worK is sun oil ;i suiiki still. Rev. B. C. Atkinson, has lieen called to the Pastorate care ot Antioch Baptist church, and h< has accepted the call...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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