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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 10 March 1910

?*wiw?m?mum Pain For sore throat, sharp pain in lungs, tightness across the ( chest, hoarseness or cough, , lave tho parts with Sloan's ] Liniment. You don't need to ] rub, just lay it on lightly. It i penetrates instantly to the seat of the trouble, relieves conges- * tion and stops the pain. ' Hero's the Proof. i Mr. AAV. Price, Fredonia, Kans., i R.1VS * 4t\Vn hnvn nanrl T ruont for a year, and find It an excellent thing for sore throat, chest pains, colds, and hay fever attacks. A few drops taken on sugar stops coughing and sneezing instantly." Sloan's Liniment is easier to use than porous plasters, acts quicker and does not clog up the pores of the skin. It is an excellent antiseptic remedy for ByjjT asthma, bronchitis, and all inflammatory diseases o f the throat and chest: RnMnmrw I will break up tho deadly membrane in B ,--yM an attack of croup, L 1(1 ' and will kill any kind fl H ? of neuralgia or rheu- H M 1 inatic pains. J' jjjj i All rirugglaUi Uoop r Rf?G3I3 pi < Slo...

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 March 1910

(TV,; ' * 9 liiSI I The Kind You Ilavo Always Boi in use for oyer 30 years, lias sonal'su, f f-I^CCSWiA, Allow lie All Counterfeits, Imitations an Experiments that trifle "with n Infants and Children?Expcric What is C/s Castoria Is a harmless suhstif goric, Drops and Soothing Syi contains neither Opium, Morji substance. Its age is its guara and allays FoveriHliness. It ci Colic. It relievos Teething- Tr? and Flatulency. It assimilate Stomach and Bowels, 1 The Children's Panacea?The J GENUINE CAST^ ^ Bears the Sii CMfr The Kind You Havt In Use For Ove THI OINTAUK COM PA N V, TT MUHHA wmmmmmmmmmaamm Enlarfles Its Publicity Work. A recent dispatch from Wash- j ington says: President Findlcy . 1 A ? 4- il.? U < \ . ' I uitium i u;t;u tuuajr uit'omiui- ern Railway will in the near f11. ture, through its I j '"ami Industrial Department, again en- k large t.lVe' public nty and promotion work which it has carried E on for the development of the country reached bv its linos. It ..was nece...

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. — 17 March 1910

..... V -X J*' ^ ' *'j( v v / Filtered April i'J, 1003 at t'lckou*, s. 4'. at moooihI clu?* matter, under colons roan of iffurrli 3,1870 . , 3 fath Year PICKENS. S. G, MARCH 17, 1910. Number 43 ' rim Jn?rs%rr73rr: 9 tt ni * " ? 1 T~ M, M, f Oats BURT (or AO dnVl hp.*t RUST PROOF, best varie WHITE CLIPPED OATS, CAOOAGE PLANTS XT* 11 i nulls and 1 We have a big slock, boil JBest, I3! Another car best patent t? a positive guarantee to p;i SODA. Best Keg Soda, 1( Solid Cai ONION S I Buy your seeds fron Tneaus sow some of our o the summer and they wil We sell a full lino of i your business. lira Co Cateeclie Horn si WLNTI A. H ORFF.N Dry Goods, S' Offers Bl on all Winter Good ("lnnlrc nnrl 1 All Seasonable Goo< A. K West l?nd. Our Cools S r Cl^mson ^College lis Our 14^ per ct. acid anal) & t c t n l!!4 f O 4 n -J? ~v" * analyzes 8.34, 3.39, 3.26. Our goods always stuff in them to make th< but stand up. Nearly all the farme contest used Anderson F lourths of the finest croj were...

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 March 1910

Pickens Sentinel-Journell Advertising Rites Reasonable ntered tt Plokena Foatofflce as Second Olats nan oiRUor PICKENS, S. C. 5 THURSDAY MARCH 17,1910 The clouds have rolled by,and the song of the lark and carol of the bluebird will awaken the garden seeds and the violets. Freezing weather and washing rains with heavy loaded wagons have made havoc of good roads. Just bide a wee, and be patient. They will get well. If you wish to stay in a good humor all day, the first thing you do, put a drop of oil on the creaking door. A man once recovered from a chronic case of rheumatism by oiling creaking hinges and rusty locks. Miss Ansel to MarryColumbia.? Governor and Mrs. Martin Frederick Ansel announce the engagement of thendaughter, Fredericka Calvert to Dr. George Henry Bunch, the mawion'n frv %-vl ^ -rw* ? ~ l Jiumu^u lu HIIVU I 'UU (' SUUU in ter Easter. Miss Ansel, a graduate of the Columbia College for Women, made a host ef friends here (lin ing her college days and has since been on...

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 March 1910

\ 9 i Pickens Sentinel-Journal ?Easter hats, as usual, will represent a traveling garden. ?You can down tho meat trust by having a good garden f V* I a aiimmAn A^rA??tT4-UI?-?/v viiiLO ouMimui jl ianv uvuij Ulliu^ to eat and plenty of it. ?Do you proposo to make a] bale of cotton to one acre this year, or a bale to overy four acres? Take your choice. You can do either one. ?In writing to the Journal do not neglect to give your name. That insures attention. Then you see if you were to invite tho editor out to take dinner with you and fail to give your name, he would not know where to go. ?Miss Lyles, who has been serving in the capacity of amanuensis for lawyers Boggs and Findley, is quite ill with pneumonia, at Mrs. W. 11. Johnson's. It is to be sincerely hoped that she may have a speedy and complete recovery. Two of her sisters are at her bedside. ?Married at Ihe home of Mr. J. A. 0. Teat, Uateechee, on the 1'.IfV, AT.. T C!? :H. iuui uioui, mi. uciiviciiiiu ouiibii 1 to Miss Artie...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 17 March 1910

f . ;>v -p " ffiry ?SJ5l\ /'V - * \ /:' , ' The Forty-Aero Farm I'm thinkin,' wife, of neighbor Jones, fie lives in peace and plenty on a forty-acre farm. While men are all around us, with hands and hearts asore, ,Who own two hundred acres and still aro wanting more. His is a pretty little farm, a pretty little house; He has a loving wife within, as quiet as a mouse; His children play around the door, their father's life t<? charm. Looking as neat and tidy as the tidy little farm. No weeds in his corn fields, no thistle in the oats; The horses show good keeping by their fine and glossy coats; The bar room in the village doen not have for him a charm: I can always find my neighbor on his forty-acre farm. Within the fielus. on Saturdays, he leaves no cradled grain To be gathered on the morrow for fear of coming rain; He keeps the Sabbath holy, liis children learn his ways, And plenty fills his barn ami bin after the harvest days. His acres are so very few Ik ' plows them very de...

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 March 1910

^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^'.^'"' *' 7.V-?-A>^-V -% * -v' ^ ^ ""''*f''"'"'' . '" -' ?? - ;T. THE PICKENS SENTINEL-JOURNAL / ' Kntcrcd April 23, 11)03 u( I'lrkoi M, S. <!. as moc???(I clan* mutter* iiuilcrcofoii ^remv of IHnrcli 3,1879 39th Year PICKENS, S. C., MARCH 24, 1910. Number 44 'fl A tt ni * ? -? --? I? - ?, it rll Oats! BURT (or 90 (lay) best seed?i RUST PROOF, best variety. WHITE CLIPPED OATS, for CABBAGE PLANTS, m I ITlllla rl ji-LULiiD ami uu Wo have a hip: stock, bought JBesst, I Vi/I Another car best patent to sel a positive guarantee to give ei SCDA, Best Keg Sofia, 10 poi (Solid Car ONION SETS HAY Buy your seeds from w moans sow some of our oats, the summer and they will coi We sell a full line of gene your business. HT mini n IMTlli LUIl Calceclioe, I Rouni C A I WINTE A. K. GREENV Dry Goods, Sho Offers' BIG on all Winter Goods. Ladies Cloaks and Hlan All Seasonable Goods a A. K, West ICnd. CI Ik M Wai UU1 UUUUU UlUi Clemson College has be Oftr 14 per ct. acid analy...

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 March 1910

JR^-Tr' "* iii ,-n-? Mens Sentinel-Journel Advertising Baton Reasonable ? 1 Intend ?t Plokent Fostoffloe at SoccrnU Class i Mall Matter 1 ( PICKENS, 8. 0. : THURSDAY MARCH 24, 11)10 1 Liberty News. ' Most of the farmers rui. their plows ft few d?ya last week, but tho thunder began to roar real spring-like Thurs- ] day, but it did not rain much until | Friday, when it put in a full day,with plenty of cold east wind, to mako it < very disagreeable to be out. Wo had Prof. D. N. Harrow to lecture here Saturday, but- tho attendance was not as large as it should have been to show tho appreciation due the state, for its efforts to dissminate agricultural information, especially on tho use of fertilizers: tho time has come fco stop tho promiscuous use of fertilizers, as the information is aoniU' 1 ... it wmumj uumiiiru UK lO IUU KII1U IUUI can be counted on for the beat results has provn by actual experiment. The imo is not far distant when the farmei who goes heedlessly on will notice s...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 24 March 1910

Pickens Sentinel-Journal ?Poach treaa are in bloom. ?Mi's. F. L. Clement, of Atlanta, Ga., is visiting her neice, Miss Bessie Partridge, in Pick- ( ens. ?Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Hunted, of Liberty, attended the funeral of Mrs. J. F. Harris, last Sunday. ?We call your attention to tho change of advertisements in this paper. They make interesting reading. ?Captain, and Mrs. I. M. Mauldin and little daughter Ivy, left last Tuesday for New York /?if ir 1? , Having m)HU UltUt) iOI' cl short stay. ?W. E. Freeman has been confined to his room for the past ten days with a complicated trouble of the head. It is to bo hoped that he may soon be out. ?Sam B. Hoards a necromancer nomad heed the boqrds at the school auditorium last Friday night. From various reports of the performance, the concensus of opinion is that it was rotten. ?There was a cuttiner scrane at Bevelry Snnd ly evening, but we could not learn any of the particulars, further than that Clan Byrd was cut on the hand and arm, by a party...

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. — 24 March 1910

msm i lie*. L."JrBristow fof Featherstone. Preacher Says Featherstone's Rccord in Regard to Liquhr Question is Wiihnilt nno HroaL Rev. Louis J. Bristo\v of VVilliamston, who has been identified with the prohibition movement in this State ever since lie attained citizenship, was in the city yesterday in the interests of the chautauqua to be given in Williamston this summer. In view of his connection with the prohibition movement, he was asked what the campaign outlook promises. Ho declared that a prohibition candidate will be elected. "I had hope that the prohibitionists would go into the primary this year with only one candidate for govenor," said} Mr. Bristow, "but 1 see by the papors that there will be at least two in the race who will espouse the cause of State-wide prohibition. While 1 know prohitiou sentiment has grown greatly in South Carolina during the la^t 1 n - * * 1 -* xis years, ami wnue 1 do not doubt the election of a prohibi-: tionist to be governor, yet I would like ...

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. — 31 March 1910

THE PICKENS SENTINEL-JOURNAL It lite red April 23, 11)03 at I'IcUoiih, S. o. iim mocoiiU cIhhm matter, undo rcof'ongroNM or Jlarrh 3,1879 39th Year PICKENS. 8. C. MARCH 31, 1910. Number 45 i . ? i ' ' 1 ~? Oats, Hal, F Oats BURT (or 90 clay) best see RUST PROOF, best varie! WHITE CLIPPED OATS, CABBAGE PI iNTfi Hulls and ( Wo have a big stock, bouj JBeet. l?f Another car best patent tc a posit ive guarantee to gi\ SCDA, Best Keg Soda, 10 Solid Cai onion si t Bily your seeds fron means sow some of our o; the summer and they will We sell a full line of f your business. ill VIYI1 N 0*% MTIS III Oateeclie (lni'H Si UUi UUUUU VI i Clemson College ha Our 14 per ct. acid anal) lyzes 16.57. Our 10-4 g analyzes 8.34, 3.39, 3.26. Our goods always stuff in them to make th< but stand up. Nearly all the farme contest useci Anderson r fourths of the finest crop were crops fertilized witl better crops made in Ai fertilized with Anderson Mr. J. S. Fowler, or or any other county far 1 fertilizer f...

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. — 31 March 1910

J. - * UPPER MAI I CaiRllQa Carte 17 Trade Street, Wanted men to increase their earning" l>y 1? sample rooms, under an expert cotton grader. We teach grading, averaging, Hhipping, and Liverpool classification?Great demand thru understand the cotton business?Weguarnte - t( eight in "0 days. Now is the time to enter and make good coi: for terms and endoremeuts of former students. Just a W fconccnmiH the ox 1 1<*i ICE CRt sin i? a w KJ\J?J?? ? ? . Our Soda Wafer and Phosphates I'ure Fruit Juices ami Syrups pure, cold and sparkling. Our ICE ICR in made from the freshest Sweet Mdk and Pur tried our cream, VVe mp.de an enviable reputati live up to it this summer Try us these hot Sumner Days?we'll make ; FHAiini n m i JYIjU VV HiJj I I L GOOD THINGS 1 Pickens Sentinei-Journel jT" Advertiflinf? HoftHonaltlo ntere<l ?t Flokeni I'untomoe as Second 01a*K Md.i Matter bll PICKENS, M. C. : |H)l THURSDAY MARCH 24. 1010 NOT I OK For a reasonable fee, payable in advance, the public can ^et ...

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. — 31 March 1910

W T . '? ^ ' | ilnni 01 mm There seems to be an impr too high to use as a fertilizei per cent, acid and one ton o tons of fertilizer that will cost at Anderson, S. C., fall paymc per cent, to 8 per cent, ammo That ii tmf Uiorb for r\ ii*rtiliv " .v.. many people have tried meal ; it very satisfactory. There is tributor or grain drill slicker < Ten-four acid. 10 per cent, ph ash, mixed with meal makes you use that you get a fertile had. Ask W. H. Glenn, (He 10-4 acid and meal. He tr kept it up. Now, if you expect to use m suggest that you get your me this last year we all woke up c ply of cottonseed meal was ex had. Last year there was mo there has been or will be this ; crush. There was more cott< much milder winter than this 1 for the cows in a hard winter t We have used more this wi I here was not very much mea There were ftve thousand tons ton a few days ago and most state. Now, taking all these this year, a harder winter, tal heavier export trade this yea ing that last yea...

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. — 31 March 1910

FIVE FOUND DEAD Shocking Murder Mystery Has Startled Houston, Tex. POLICE ARE WITHOUT A CLUE Bodlee of Five Persons Found by SherIff* Deputies Piled In Confusion In a Little Shack In Houston Heights? Believed One Person Committed the Crimes. Houston, TexaB.?The lifeless forms Of Mr. and Mrs. Qus Scholtz, tholr three-year-old daughter and s?xmontha-old eon, and Walter K. Hepmaun, a boarder, were found by the deputies, who had been summo&ed by the neighbors. Death In each case had been caused from deep wounds made by some b)unt Instrument. The dead were piled In confusion In a corner of a little shack In Houston Heights. Neighbors became suspicions after hearing no noise or seeing none of the family about tho house for several days. The murders evidently occurred *Tiaay. xne little homo was locked and bolted and the windows latched <lown. Nothing was found In the room that would suggest a hand-tohand battle betwoen the men, but the similarity of the wounds tends to how all were...

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. — 7 April 1910

f tc 11 KM*0(1 April 23, 1003 ill IMclicii*, N% i\ as nocoikI cIiim inattor, undo rcof?pi?;r(>HM of March 3,1870 39th Year PICKENS. S. 0. APRIL 7, 1910. Number 46 . WliAn'tlin WkAAlnl Why does Great BritUn bay ITDAHCn CCA -1 ? ' VV 11C11 llic YV llCCIS Wont Work bring the watch or clock hero and we'll nmu<' tliern get nusy again. We are familiar with all kinds of movements, ami you can safely trust the finest timepiece to our skillWe Repair Jewelry to just as skillfully as we do watches. I you have one or more pieces laid awa as useless bring tliern here and see what wee can do for them. Jri- SnicLer, JEWELER I^anley, H. <J. Breeders Guide The S. C. Ithode Island Hods, are the best known breed for producing good winter layers Kggs at 31.00 and $2.CO per setting. E, H. Craig. M Hit Clmii' uuio, mi], riuui Oats! BURT (or 00 (lay) best seed?sow RUST PROOF, best variety. WHITE CLIPPED OATS, for foe, CABBAGE Pi ANTS, in an NEW Hulls and Cotl *V<3 have a big stock, bought ear ...

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. — 7 April 1910

J. T IllPllI \ r || o UPPER MAIN i Carolina Cotton! 17 Trade Street, t Wanted men to increase their earning? 1 ?y learning iamp!e rooms, under an expert cotton grader. We teach grading, averaging, shippin.-, buying nn? and Liverpool classification?Great demand through tin understand the cotton business?We guarntee to learn : Bight in 30 days. Now is the time to enter and make good contracts for tcruiB and endoremeuts of former students. .Tiict a Wn V UU1. I ? W , concerning the excellence of < /CE ORE A SODA VVA Our Soda Water ami Phosphate* arc ms Pure Fruit Juices ami Syrups each pure, cold and sparkling- *)nr IGE ORE is made from the freshest Sweet Milk ami Pure f'reai tried our cream. We ruade an enviable reputation last live up to it this summer. Try uh thine hot Summer lMyn ?we ll make a cnslo KEOWEE I'll A GOOD THING , TO Pickens Sentinel-Jomel i Advertising Rutfls Reasonable pj nterod at Plok?ns Fustoffice ? Second UIbk. H W <- < Mail Mutter |jut c>n PICKKNS, S. ...

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. — 7 April 1910

I H " 1111 ?1 Pickens Sentinel-Journal, LOCAL BREVITIES 1' | | ' I Some Things You Know and Some p J I You Don't Know About Our | , . $ Towns, County & People ?The farmors are needing rain, they say. ?Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Mauldin have returned from a pleasant trip to New York. ?Mondayxwas salesday but J 1 ' ? ? *mi f nil there was nowim^ tu uc i?n/ v,** , the block. | ?Th 3re are only two classes of people who never make mistakes?they are the dead and the unborn. ?Mrs. W. J. Boggs, and children of Liberty, visited the family of her father, W. B. Allgood, last Monday. ?What art icle sold at a drug store is most affectionate? A po rous plaster, because it becomes so attached to you. ?Elsewhere we publish a se of resolutions drafted by Cam] Garvin at a meeting held in tin court house last Monday, on th death of W. T. McFall, M. rl Smith, Mrs. E. A. Gilrcath, an Mrs. J. F. Harris. ?W. W. Russell, Supervise -c 11... ru.1,,,10 nnfifwul fiVftl' OI Hie Vyt-.IICUD 11 uo Gimmorator of Picke...

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. — 7 April 1910

' V^vwr ?- vo;-- MV -^T1W^'" VT<?' .WWT'7' u ?... :/vv?,.-.; \t!s? tw t . -.ft. ^V"' ' f,1 ,/, . . *. . ; vf' " ' # / * Hill I. , '.. ? The Kind You Have Always B in use for over 30 years, li - and I111 (ZsytfMz&x, 7^: All Counterfeits, Imitations c Experiments that trifio "With Infants and Children?Expei What is C Castor i a is a harmless subs* gforic, Drops and Soothing f: contains neither Opium, Mo substance. Its ago is its gun and allays Feverishncss. It Colic. It relievos Teething1 1 and Flatulency* It assimiln Stomach and Bowels, giving The Children's Panacea?Th< GENUINE CAST Boars tlie f The KM You Hai In Usft FVir Ov TMC CCMTAUn COMPANY, 7T MUf Mrs. McCourt is a. handsome young woman and she wears pretty clothes. Her husband is nice looking, too, and they are said to have shown all signs of being happily married up llie ill-fated hour when the poodle dog came between them. Methodists of Kings!ree are making arrangements to build a $20,(XK) church. Clarence Turner, ...

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. — 14 April 1910

ICntorod April 1 t>0:J nl KMckcu^ s. <! an mocoikI cIxnn innt(or? uu<lorooroiiy;roMN of March **,1871) . ; * M 39th Year PICKENS. 8. C, APRIL 14, 1910. Number 40 ^ %ll ?.** +U />. TXrU ZI A..-I t /\r? rp r L. DcGIVE IS DEAD. vv 11C1I liic YY HCClb j brine the watch or clock here and we'll maku them got busy agnin. Wo are familiar with all kinds of movements, and you can pafoly trust tho finest liinepiec > to our skill. We Repair Jewelry too just as skillfully 11s wo do watches. It' you hav" one or more piec?>s laid awav as u^i'ltm hrinjr lhem here and see what wee can o'o for tlu-m. ? d~\ j. I. K ? i x JL V_L A- ^ JEWELE3R. KaHley, tS. C. Breeders Guide Tlie 8. O. Itliode Island Reds, nro tho best known breed for producing good winter hiyeis. Eggs nt d1.00 and if i.OO per Hotting. E. II. Craig. Oils, ft Br Oats! BURT (or 00 day) best seed?sow RUST PROOF, best variety. WHITE CLIPPEO OATS, for feci CARBAGE PLANTS, m ar3 NF.A gulls and Cott We have a big stock, bought...

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. — 14 April 1910

' ".'A:.: 1' ft Pickens Sentinel-Journel Advertising K ites Reasonable Catered at Plokent Fuitofflnn >n Sonourt ni&ma MhII Mattur PICKENS, 8. C.: 8 I THURSDAY April 14, 11>10 i r?? ? s ..... - ? f The Hotel Reopens. * i "Hiawatha," Under Now Man- * agement, Opens on May First. c Lady From Roanoke, Va., Will ' Have Charge. C Francis Carroll Hamilton The \Ti o rrcki* I I ao T-f /I 1 Y\fu /^f ui^oi xicvo iiy vi uv/tn v/i i Experience and Prom- ' ises Pickons An Upto-date Hostelry It is with a groat deal of nride and , pleasuro that we announco to our tunny rondors, nnd tho travelling public in general, that tho 'Hiawatha" hotel will bo opened for guests on May 1st. This houso fs modern in every particular, and has forty commodious guost rooms, is newly renovated and newly rofnrnisbod, office, pirlois, largo and commodious dining ball, 1 and servants quarters. A wide piazza | rnns around the front and two Bides. Public toilets and batlin are on every floor and many of the roon...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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