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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 23 June 1910

/ Pickens Sentinel-Journal \ \ \ \ \ \\\ | LOCAL BREVITIES \ Jji Some Things You Know and Some % - 4 You Don't Know About Our g z Towns, County & People \v v v * - - .. ?? <r X X X . V ' X X ?Pickens County Fair. ?Mrs. J. T. Allen of Piedmont is on a visit to her son T. 11. Allen, in Pickens. ? Miss Ella Springfield, of Greenville, is visiting Mrs. T. Iv. Allen, of Pickens. ?A good stand of cotton and corn is now of more importance than who will \>e our next governor. We want to sell you both work and dress shirts because we will sell you better goods for same money. Como and see. tf Craig Bros. ?Keep your eve 011 our announcement column. The men who are running for office will appeal for your suffrage though this medium. ?Hail is reported from the upper section of the eount.v la?t week. Not, very much damage done. Insure your crops with W. L. Matheny. ?Private reports from the Northwest say that the drought is ruining the wheat of the two Dakotas and Minnesota. In this pa...

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. — 23 June 1910

^ 9|*ri^B Be * The jly^^i Always l^o BT^V ^ "eA^LCounterfeits, Imitations ai Sr ? * "'f-'^VliJ\ flExj^rimeiits that t,rifl? with t r Inputs and Children?Expcri (SliPS "*What is C/ Castopia is a harmless suhsti / . yoric, Drops and Soothing- S; contains neither Opium, Mor Hubfcance. Its age is its guar / and allays Feverisliness. It < Colic. It relieves Teething Ti and Flatulency. It asshnilat Stomach and Bowels, giving Tho Childrnn'tJ Paiinp<?ii.?Tim , ' GENUINE CAST , / Bears the S Thft Kind You to '?v ' * * Use For pv< / TMC OKNTAUH o*t MHV, 7T UUHH ^ ' w r ' -*- : ; * ** HANDCUFFS. 1 ' " * , j Various Device* That Have Been Used In Fettering Prisoners. In Vergil la to be found the first recorded Instance of the uso of hand- j cuffs, for the poet tells us that Proteus was thus fettered and rendered powerless by Arlstaeus, who apparently ' ^ knew that even the gods themselves wore not proof against ibis form of j \ persuasion. i<" \ . _ In illn fftlll'tli nantiirii I? f...

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. — 23 June 1910

* ' ' # N ^ V '% j. . y v :i *f" - ' ; t*v . -i x y jtw j1 . v Kiltorcd April 13< nt I'lckcii*, S. u? NCi'Ollil clunn matter, nn?lor<*oroii^roMo of :i,lS7!t J V 40th Year PICKENS. 8. G. JUNE ?3, 1910. , Number 5 &RAN1 Of At Easley, S. C. This property is si Depot. JKKlili $50.00 in money will be distributed free a get your share of it. A 100 acre farm in the counl body, male and female, si lake much money to do s< a grand opportunity to ge . Follow Tli Realty, Now is Now is the time of yea diseases can j be warded /Bright's I5isease, Rheuma ' r flallum's Back; I stand at the top of the lis today. We have scores of te:people you know. But if take our word for it, all w 11 illlum's J)iick;i a trial, and if they do not ask for your money back you and we want you to li Pinkfiirc D m vivwhiw mr The "RE: Masonic Temple The Store That Glial I %' 1110 Hcl1 t >1(,1 \V/fia 3 HH* ^I'ralcst l ,#? -a. y()U f?VM |lslvt, You can talk to yo your doctor, or to J Northern or Southern ...

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. — 23 June 1910

Pickens Sentinel-Journel A Ivt'rtisiutf 1< ?te?* lWf ouuble Kalered nt Plokoua Fostofficc as Seooud Oaks Mall Matter PICKENS, S. 0. J THUKSUAT JUNE 28. 1010 THE LEGISLATURE. Why It is Important to Elect Good, Men as Lawmakers. Twenty five years ago when the hue and cry was raised in This St.nt.fi that, "rinsr rule" was in the ascendency, one of the littleside yelps was that Charleston county had too much power in the Legislature, and was ruling the Commonwealth. That Charleston county had more power than other counties was true, but the explanation in the main part of it was plain. Beginning with 1878 or 1880, when the Democrats regained control in Charleston, the county sent to tne legislature sucn men us the late Charles H. Simon ton, Edward McCrady, Rudolph Seigling, George Lamb Buist, Augustine Simons, John F. Picken and Simeon Hyde, and kept them year after year and term after term. There were few weak men in the Charleston delegation in those days and any of the men named w...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 23 June 1910

??,. ..p. * Pickens Sentinel-Journal; t\\ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ v \ \'\/j I LOCAL BREVITIES | P ; _ : - , { S Some Things You Know and Some g t You Don't Know About Our * | Towns, County & People ? kwaN \:\--.msmarmSi ?Born, on the 18th instant to * Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Allen, of v< Pickens, a fhWjUughter. ?The next time you see "Jim" Callaham of the Big I store, ask him if he lias been hunting any more cats lately. ?A, R. Martin, of the Southern Bell Telephone Co., with headquarters at Easley, was in Pickens Saturday, looking after matters. Friend Martin always1 feels kindly toward Pickens and j pays a visit to our city every j chance he gets. ?Messrs. Ingram and Brown I of Atlanta, who are connected ! with the Southern Bell Tele-1 r - T>: -1 I jiiivhu' v/n.| wcie in j ivm;iis on tour of inspection, Saturday. | They found everything here all "O. K." and were much pleased with our little city. ? Don't fail to be in Pickens tomorrow (Friday) at the opening of Craig Bros., Sale. But y...

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. — 23 June 1910

~O^I^SSEL5H5HSHJ5HSaSESHSHS jf THE MAN! | By EFFIE ADE1 nl X. 1$ "~ v^5H5TH5B55Sa=Tr3 crP-FrgsPCT ?7P CHAPTER I. 1 Dear Uncle Robert. "Pull the blind down?down, 1 say! Don't you understand plaii English, or are you grown nior( stupid than ever?" Enid Leslie started from her chaii hurriedly, and, with fingers thai trembled nervously, caught (lie tassel of the striped blind; her action was sc sharp that the string broke, and th< yards of linen ran down with a jerk tc the bottom. "Ah! of course, of course! Mort breakage, more expense! Ugh! Whal good aro you, yon poor, foolish white-faced thing? All you can do is eat and drink to your fill, and run nu up bills at everv turn " The girl's lips quivered and hci chest heaved a little. "I am sorry," she said quietly, al most, humbly. "Sorrow won't mend tho blind,' was the sour reply. "Here, g<? anc send Simnionds to me and keep out of my sight, for I am sick of seeinc you sittiiiR there like the lump ol uselessness you are!" Enid moved...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 23 June 1910

I... THE DALAI LAMA. Tho Office Only 250 Yoara Old and <. Early Under Ctfinese Control. An article by '? v 1a A. WadUoll on "Tho Grand Lamas of Ttbatf In the ourrcnt number of the Royal Aefoctlc Society's Journal, la full of Interest at the present time. Jn It ho gives a translation of t.ho docreo of the Chlnoao Emperor Ohlo-ohlng, which la Inscribed oa four atone tablets "at tho left aide of the door of the great JoKan temple" of Lhasa, and which la dated as late as 1808. In this the regulations for the appointment of tho Dalai Lama are set out, together with a kind of history of the Institution, which loaves It clear that tho Institution Is not oarllor than 1640, and was tho invention of the prlest-klng Jx>-bzan Gya-intso, chief abbot of tho "Yellow-bat Lamas, after bo had seized the temporal sovereignty at about that dato. The dual arrangement by which on? Grand Lama reigns at Tashl-lhunpo in western Tibet as the Tashi Uim.i, without infringing tbe supremacy of the Oalai La...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 23 June 1910

T^jj . I ll: ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT. 111 AXfegetableftvparaltonforAsMi stmilalmgiheFoodandlta'uta m l liagUtcStomachs aitdBuweisof i || 1 Promotes Di^estion.ChretfiiV ii i ncss and ResLContains neitlw 8 Opiunx.Morphitie norMtaeral. jjjjl; Not Narcotic. ? jpjfS? "i tfOtdlkMML'ELrnwm Mill! " lbnpkm SrtrfBWn!" jllx.Smna * \ I^k JkcMteSdt.r- I -AiiscSnd * I Sf W"sSif#, dcnfkd Sutpr. J toWEfilw|! Yaotiryi'm rttmr. i g^*. & Aperfect Remedy for Consfip.i t ion, Sour Stomach.Diarrlior.i rs^o- u Worms,Convulsions, lovvrish ncss and LOSS OF SLEEP. Fac Simile Signature of *gg||. Qiinrnntoeci underthe FooJar^ Exact Copy of Wrapper. No Sympathy Needed. hVeently a woman of Kansas beeame disgusted with t,h*i behavior of her husband, wrh<> seems to have been merely the average man possessed with i.ne weaknesses that belong to the average member of the race, ami inserted the following advertisement in one of the daily papers: "WANTED?An affinity to claim my husband if any one; wants him. He gr...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 23 June 1910

THE PA The burly cannon crs little flag 8aid. "How arc y< I* day? You never make a ?ii not jump nor si " , And where they put to stay." The rockets, roman or m racy wheels IK^ "With patriotic zeal rAl " 1 - * Mtncy j - Dadbfitcrof; Jf A TRC ? J? v c^v !z!Jja <?. AMKS BUTLEIl,] ^ Duke of Ormond,! "*#* ?\ / H l>.. ,1 ? ? .1.. ' ' w 11 h h 181 o r y I making i" ^\y \{jj ^' (lays when Crom'' ? ^ wc" ruled- England, and It lias ? ? v"**. often been said that If t ho ( latter had heeded the /V' duke's wise counsel all * i,"\ would have pone better with the Protector. ?? That the duke was a brave man Is well known, and that bis courage was inherited by many of bis descendants the history of our country truly testifies. My story, however, has to do with the courage of a young girl. Her father, James Hutler, it namesake of his ancestor, the duke, came to Amor ica wnen it was really a new world, and settled with his family in South Carolina, lie had a wife, many stalwart sons, and ou...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 23 June 1910

ti '-j J . i- turn? - jjj. ji g-r Pickens Sentinel-Journel A ivMrHaiug 1< 'to* IWfotiable Entered at Flokena Foitofflce hh Secoud OIahi Mall M8.Iter PICKENS, S. C. : THURSDAY JUKE 23, it) 10 THE LEGISLATURE. Why It is Important to Elect Good, Men as Lawmakers. Twenty five years ago when the hue and cry was raised in This State that "ring rule" was in the ascendency, one of the little side yelps was that Charleston county had too much power in the Legislature, and was ruling the Commonwealth. That Charleston county had more power than other counties was true, but the explanation in the main part of it was plain. Beginning with 1878 or 1880, when the Democrats regained control in Charleston, the county sent to the Legislature such men as the late Charles H. Simon ton, Edward McCrady, Rudolph Seiglintf, George Land) Buist, Augustine Simons, John F. Kieken and Simeon Hvde, and kept them year al ter year and term after term. There were few weak men in the Charleston delegation in thos...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 23 June 1910

?r?r?mn . i . i hi Pickens Sentinel-Journal "t f1 v ?... v "11 "* ^ V \ \ \ \ \ \ \ N N \ \/ I LOCAL BREVITIES I S== ,.VV: v'. ; | i Some Things You Know and Some < ? You Don't Know About Our ^ Tow!s, County & People ^ .n'a*-v<v\ s -snm \*vN R a r n nn fV? Lk 1 UfK I Mr. and Mrs. /P. R. Allen, of; Pickens, a fine* laughter. ?The next time yon see "Jim" Callaham of the Big| store, ask him if he has been hunting any more cats lately. | ?A, R. Martin, of the Southern Bell Telephone Co., with headquarters at Easley, was in Pickens Saturday, looking after matters. Friend Martin always feels kindly toward Pickens and pays a visit to our city every chance he gets. ?Messrs. Ingram and Brown ot Atlanta, who are connected with the Southern Bell Telephone Co., were in Pickens on tour of inspection, Saturday. Thev found everything here all "O. K." and were much pleasfid with our little city. ?Don't fail to be in Pickens tomorrow (Friday) at the opening of Craig Bros., Sale. But you ca...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 23 June 1910

CLEANSES THE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY; DISPELS COLDS. AND HEADACHES DUE TO CONSTIPATION. BEST FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN-YOUMG AND OLD. TO GET IT'S BENEFICIAL EFFECTS -ALWAYS BUY THE GENUINE. HAHUFACTUnF.D BY THE SeoHBR SOLD BY ALL LEADING DRUGGISTS OMt. size only. Regular price 50caBottue ________ ST < fy ^*?wrri>rn .riw.wwa^^ // ' " WiT. BUY \ A 80"** B A iWUUb' Vhjdes^rs// Jbfiler (or yon (ban agents or et>mmi*jitfti mtrdu r!ts?l| U KclcirRce: any bank ir. Louisville. Wt furnish U R Wool Bit* Ff? to oar ihippui. Write lot pfia list. H || M. SABKL ft SONS "inm!?"* Lonisiillt, Ky. | Hotel Patten 4Byi!ntchflttanoog^r,nn JPH |IimSS Absolutely Fireproof f European, J 1.50 Upwsids. Uc^PriPRfxK^-- Tour',' Stopover Privilefie? Oil All Through Tickets. "DAISY FLYJCILLER ^ A HAPPY MORNING. This Is iho rec'.po r?r a liappy mo mine: ? Two small children, hoys or Kills: too sure that they are rood ones! Two wooden pails. Two shovels of wocd or metal. One sea. V'/io sandy bench, with not t...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 14 July 1910

r ( " r f c_. <- PlcKENS SENTINEL-JOURNAl. I* Kntercd April 13, 1003 at Plck?n?, S. V. hn Necoiid cIukm mutter, uiidcrcoloiig ru?M of Iflarcta 3,1870 ' 40tli Year PICKENS. 8. G. JULY 14, 1910. v?i.... - Fly Tir Flies are great spread? your house and away from tl do this is by using our Screei The Fru is here, and of course you wi gr\ 1 mnfAtrnrl I\/T o T ^ ' cuv* ini|jiu?^u masuii jais, v and half gallon sizes. Also tops and extra rubbers. Look in Dis You will see in t iere a lot Lamps. This is ; 11 good will .sell lor less than cost. 1 and price cards are 011 all t ire not needed right now, i buy up a lot of this ware, at keep it until it is needed. No matter what you want, call on rni * ?? ii mas H Now is 1 Now is the time of year tc diseases can be warded off Bright's Disease, Rheumatisr Hallum's Backac ' t ' stand at the top of the list of today. We haw cores of testin people you know. But if yo take our word for it, all we a: llalhiin'.s Backacl a trial, and if they do not g...

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 July 1910

Pickens Sendnel-Journel Ailv?rt.i?infi' R-itPR Rptwounhie lutorod at I'lckcns l'ostofilcc bh Second k'lr.it Mail Matter PICKENS, S. C. : THURSDAY .ll'LY 14, HHP Newspaper Enterprise. The Evening Piedmont, of Greenville, was one of the enterprising dailies of this state, reaching our desk, that carried a full account of the JeffriesJohnson light. In less than '50 minutes after the tight was finished, it was all lip in type, printed, carried over the city hv newsboys and delivered to the many anxious ones waiting to see and know how the bout, went. The Evening Piedmont/ as its name implies, is di\ epitome 01 rne rie?tmont sectilcfn of South Carolina, getting out to its subscribers at a time when they can read, digest, and enjoy the news. "When it comes to a "scoop'* Rutledge McGhee is right on the job. I le has the right newspaper inter- j est. We verily believe that when the maker of good newspaper men finished up his work on Kut ledge McGhee, right there and then he quit his job. fo...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 14 July 1910

Pickens Sentinel-Journal \ v \ v \ \ n 'n .n s \ \ \/ i'LOCAL BREVITIES I x, / < Some Things You Know and Some '( a u/%.. n?.u a... /* yy IUU UUII l M1UVY rtUUUl uur y y Towns, County & People / \ \ \ \ N X \ \ \ \ \ \ \ ' , ?Mr. and Mrs. .J. I<\ Banister of Liberty, visited t he family of R. A. Bowen in Pickens last Sunday. ?Col. J. 11. Stansell has gath ered 115 bushels of wheat from a sowing of four bushels. This is a good yield. Who'll beat it. ?Mr. and Mrs. John Acker and little daughter, Frances, of Anderson, are visiting the family of B. 1>. Laboon. a brother to Mrs. Acker. We want to sell you both work and dress shirts because we will sell you better goods for same money. Come *ind see. tf Craig Bros. ?Some of the colored people of the county and town are ar rani>ing to have a reunion of the old slaves of the county at their Baptist church .n Pickens 011 Thursday, August 4th, 1910, <0 which all the ex-slaves are invited. The occasion will be enlivened by a...

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. — 14 July 1910

_____ ?w.-.^wwivuiuin}'! KftH jj sirai(al(n?lheR)odandRggula TO? ting (lie Stomachs audBowdsol I HI Promotes Digestion JChr<rtfuV mil# ncBS and Rest.Contains neitfer KSpjii OpiunuMorphine nor Mineral. rgl |i Not Narcotic. ife - j^tfordJkaMUEZfnum j ISBffli lr 5mj- v EfffiS ' MtcStnna + 1 IhcMtUh- I 43 fcj.W1 i AnisttMd* I pil l tan*- } R III ) f |, I Ancrfect Remedy forConsflpa I B K tion, Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea 1 I -Ss ^ Worms jConvulskmsJPpvtrish PPSll llcssapdL0SS^LEER FacSimilc Signature of Exact Copy of Wrapper. "I? I.If* W iri li Nrtvlnif" M th. Mollio McK.'iiifV. I'rontiKH, Mihh., writc-H I hut sin* lt;i<l :i Kovcic c.hho of kill iii-i iiii?i iMimiiiM' r.r'HiMio, Ktin that four hottleft of Foley's Kidney It tncdy cured her sound < iid wed. j<Iio clones her letter by H'?viii>r: "1 hetirtily recommend Foley's Kidney Remedy to ai>v sufferer of kidney (linens**. i( my life."' Sol<! by all l)riiKKi*(H. Instead of trying to get rid of liquor, Columbia is going ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 21 July 1910

/- ) W< / V>f I ' V T '<^-" * ? , ""'W^ \ J . j : y ! * * Entered April 23? 11)03 at FlCkou*, s. <\ km Nccond cln** mutter, nuitorcofonjircn* of .Harrli 3%tS7!) \ . 40th Year PICKENS. S. C.. JUL\ 21. 1910. " Fly Tii Flies are great spreai your house and away from do this is by using our Sen The Fn is here, and of course you th c imnrnvp rl Macnn Tnrc and half gallon sizes. Als toj)s and extra rubbers. Look in I)i ?u will see in t :re a 1( Lamps. This is ; i'i gooc will sell lor l<\ss than cost, and price' cards are on all ire not needed right now buy up a lot ol tins ware, ? keep it until it is needed. No matter what you war call on The jjgg 1 w Now is Now is the time of year diseases can be warded o Blight's Disease, Rheumati Hallum's Backa stand at the top of the list today. \Ye liavv scores ol test people you know. Hut if j take our worcl for it, all we 1 la!turn's Backat a trial, and n they do not ^ ask for your money back ; you and we. want you to ha Pickens Di T...

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. — 21 July 1910

^ The Auto Question. I nave received several letters from Hartios ask inn as to my plan to control automobiles, control of roads, ?tc. My plan is to form civic leagues and enforce the present laws, p .trol all roads and compel all parties to comply with our existing laws. I mean all travelers, be they autoists *>r farmers, and I mean all travel. If 3'ou or any other man in Indiana can feugyest anything better or more just "write me. This has been my reply to ?.ll private lotters.?J. J. New. If the people are satisfied with the moSont Inws nn.l if ... ... Villi Uu IIIduced to organize, as you suggest, your plan may work, but these are folg ifs. We don't believo either of them can he compassed. Hut let us hear from fillers on this subject.? Indiana Farmer. > P.iishol of Corn and Butter. Cows of fair quality only, such as will make LV>0 to 300 pounds of butter per year, when properly fed make three pounds of butter each bushel of corn : i .'when the two grains arc ground touet...

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. — 21 July 1910

TUMO R OF I YEARS GROWTH Removed by Lydia E. Pink* ham'sVegetable Compound Holly Springs, Miss. ? "Words aro inadequate for mo to express what "7; ' lyourwonderfulmed! ' icines have done for iHHwfipBfev me. The doctors said s 1 had a tumor, and I igi h?d an operation, "5* W i was soon as bad I\ i J > n?i*inasever.l wrote \ i^L. F 1' toyouforaavice.and \ "* J\ :J began to take Lydia E. I'inkham's vegetable Compound '/^yy/nTr' ''IfP- as y?u told me to ?fY/'/I' fa do. I am glad to ( Wl say that now I look and feel so well that mv friends keep asking me what has helped me so much, and 1 gladly recommend your Vegetable Compound."?Mrs.Willie Edwards, Holly Springs, Miss. One of the greatest triumphs of Lydia E. I'inkham's Vegetable ComnnimH 'in tJ?n pniiiiiinrin jr w.vy WU?|UVtlU5 V/JL >?WIJ1<III a dread enemy ? tumor. If you lmvo mysterious pains,inflammation,ulceration or displacement, don't wait for time to confirm your fears and go through the horrors of a hospital operation,...

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. — 21 July 1910

Pickens Sentinel-Journel V Ivrtptinuxr It "ton li'><i>-oii?blp Knit re-? tA t'lukeu* t'uatofflue as Second Oium M*M MftttC r PICKKNS,.S. C. : THURSDAY JULY 21, If) 10 Arn Not Alliorl The Sentinel. Pickens, 8. C. Dear Sirs: For some reason the eauso of which has been unknown to me, the impression has gotten out that the Good Roads campaign which the Record proposes to conduct thissum mer in connection with the county papers was allied in some way with the candidacy of Mr. F. H. Hyatt for trovernor. 1 presumed at first that the only justification for this supposition was that. Mr. Hyatt has been president of the more or less mythical South Carolina Ci??? ?! Roads Assoeiatian, and that lie is a resident of Columbia, where the Record happens to !>? published, but today 1 sir published in the Ijiiurensville Her aid a letter from Mr. Hyatt, as president of the Good Roads Association, commendiin;t he county papers for taking pari in this I i > i ? vjioou uoaus campaign amng ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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