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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 21 July 1910

\ Pickens Sentinel-Journal jc v \ v \ \ v\ \ n;,v; v*\/ | LOCAL BREVITIES I " ' ,4( ' Some Things You Know and Some / ^ You Don't Know About Our & ? Towns, County & People $ >\ \ \ n \ \ \ \ \ \x| ?Mrs. G. W. Earlo, of Pick eh8 is reported Quito ill. ?Miss Nellie Grandy, of Pickens, is at Glenn Springs for a time. ?Several cotton blooms have been reported to this office in the past few days. ?Town Creek school will open next Monday \\{th/Alv. Kb. Fields as teaciieiy^ ?Good, gentle familv horse not arraai ot henzine initios for sale. Boggs & Fin ley. ?Prof. Mel). Bake^ will begin :) ten days singing >*(ehool at Pleasant Mill on Ai/gust 12th. ?Miss Fva Earle, of Pickens, spent last week in WlHlninston and attended the charit iugua. ? Miss Elise I.slar, of Orangeburg is spending a time in Pickens, the guest of Miss Ferdie I ^egare. ? Dr. and Mrs. V). B. Weill) have returned to Atlanta after a pleasant stay with friends in Pickens. -Misses Ethel and Willa Tlickv, of Un...

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. — 21 July 1910

1: Monopoly an _? 8> y 7 MWOTMWH EOPLE act under the V I grapple with trusts i fg 1 The common ln? M I courts can punish th< m I I if the people that si V Jr I those courts. I I Mr. Cleveland en this purpose. Judge Urannon, 1 tnent," page 131, thus states tlie law: " protect and defend interstate commera prevent unlawful combinations, monop< and consequently may, as Congress can contract which prejudices it, without Fourteenth Amendment. * * * "Centuries ago the common law g offenses these things, calling them 'foi "Forestalling is 'the buying or co: tual coming in tho way to market; or < jrood.s or . ? " _ ? ,? tucic, ytjiuuaui when there.' * * * "Engrossing Is 'the getting into o quantities of corn or other dead victua so the total of engrossing of any otl at an unreasonable price, is an offer law.' Mr. Bishop says that theso offem prevails not supplanted by statue, an 'exist under this old law." Under this law how citi the coal How can the cold storage men buy up to k...

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. — 21 July 1910

DOLEFUL BALLAD OF A HERMIT. BY r. ?. B. There wns a Hermit mild anil goo<X, Who owned a modest little c</t Close to the borders of a wood, And happy was his lot. 80 kind he was (o bird and beast, They loved him as their clearest friend; They often shared his frugal feast, And he the sick would tend. One night upon his rottage door There came a most emphatic knock, 'And still another one. before His hand could reach the lock. ] He opened, nnd to his amaze There stood a little brownish bird iWith head aslant and jaunty gaze, Who said, "At last you've heard!" "I'll take a shelter for the night/' Said he, excruciating hold, "There is no other hut in sight, Besides, it's rather cold." The gentle Hermit stared aghast, So saucy wns his little guest, Eut snrend an adequate repast. Aiul bade him take his rest. The bird just winked his beady eye. Said he. "My friend, I've come to stay; I'll build a nest or two near by, Aud never move away." And so it was. Before you'd think Some hundred...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 21 July 1910

w '* ' * "* ' Kind You Ilavo Alwava T use for over 30 years, 1 x? ? and hi Counterfeits, Imitations i pertinents that trillo with ants and Children?Expel What is C storia is a harmless subs ric, l>rops and Soothing1 I itjlillA nniillAi* ftninm. W/ bstanee. Its ago in its gm (1 allays Feverlslmess# It lie. It relieves Teething1 r. (I FlatuUmey. It assimilr >maeh and Bowels, giving 10 Child reu\s Panacea?Th muine CAS1 Bears the ft Ifirtfi Vait liai .k" 111UU AVU ! Bn Use For 0\ THl* CCNTAUfl COMPANY. 77 MUI msmmmmmmmm sixth ;mjihi ?! convention retail M;ti<iwarc Associate Noi t.ii ami South Caro noet.inn in (Miarloston, ad '(1 ;it te.r c.lxto.-iin^ AshevilU 0 place for holding tilt nee tint',. "It I.ii'rt V.i ?rJli Mttving" S'.oIiim M?'l''4n -y I'r -misM, Miss. I?it? sit I. i<l cane of lci<t 1 ? .. 11 . . ?i i lilt*, :< ri?! i \i f< till il' Kmi< y'.< K ntfly i:uie<! Ml ' ||(I W,- ,'-.rie closes her letsty i i?- -i 11";:i *ii v recommend K:?in<-y !; .....

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. — 28 July 1910

_ y\ ^r.X WI /, / .s , > ^ ^ Entered A|?ril 43, lilOU at IMcketi*, S. mm Necoud clana matter, uudcirootoiigrcnx of 3,1871) 40th Year / PICKENS. 8. C.. JUL* 28, 1910. //? fa\^s in harness. Full of Years "and After Earnest Labors, Rev. J, bvYongue Answers The Master's Call. For several months, Kev. J. C. Ycngue, that -G^dlv man, faithful servant ana, beloved pastor of the x- ickens Methodist charge, has been a paralytic, an uncomplaining and cheerful sufferer. He suffered in all, three strokes. In May he had a 1 3 1 1 L ooiciu anav,iv anil Held IlcKi IlOt really fully recovered from it, when he was fatally stricken Sunday, while in the pulpit delivering the message of his Master to his flock, it being the first attempt at preaching since he 1 had been suffering. It was his desire t?>; reach and he did so, with th stewards and friends begging him to abandon the idea. Me said he felt that he must deliver his messege. As ho stood in the pulpit, he faltered, Capt. T. J. Mauldin went...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 28 July 1910

P5" Heaven S By IVini * f: US. Cornelia Hotkin f ?? _ h other day. MAnd the day af llttlo village in the There was a fi _______ parents lived, and ti head of her coffin, llowers, and the p teMnnnJ preached a simple sang "in the Sweet Hye and Dye" f the woman whose body lay In the life mid had nover heeui tried and se For Mrs. Uotkin'a fatber and nic prison. They <1 id not know that nhe hn where, and tlioy never heard of the famous orimlnal cases ever tried on There is u lfttie papivr in the Mtt and mother lived, and the paper prin It was going on. But t.hcy called it the Dunning c the accused, ami the old man and th the famous murder case over togoU accused" was their own daughter. And all the little village took h< l*eopIe a cordon of silence, and woe 1 through. We are prone to think of heaven we know hero on thfc! earth. But c in the trreen. croon liliio arr?m? do nut look down upon it and smile.Ja * I Rockefeller (Suggestion for the b J or Immigrant Ey Joseph " X connection...

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. — 28 July 1910

ONE FllIEND. Borrow, I have learned to love you, You, at least, are true. I have had a enance to prove you, I have li'ied with you. When by other friends forsaken, When the world crew drear. Yon were leal and wero uuahaken, You were ever near. , | She who blessed mG in life's morning Lovely, meek and mild; 'All my little world adorning, For mo when a child; Of her love has time bereft me, , Mold is on her face. Sorrow, you alone are left tee, You must take her place. She. that other being, nearer Still than all the rest, Li^ht of dawning manhood, dearer iiiiim ironiH nave expressed; Youth's first virgin love and only, She has vanished, too, Far away. My heart is lonely; Let it lean on you. When life's path was sunnier, brighter, Friends were round me then; Moths and flies (lit where 'tis lighter; So, sometimes, do men. !\Vlien adversity o'ertool: me, Friends seemed to forget; But you never once forsook me, You were faithful yet. Mother, loved one, friends have vanished, Clouds hang ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 28 July 1910

'' ' y -V; , ? - v v HB & /Hn ffl|H fiBSxv H Mm y BBKc "J - J 1 -Hv at lististo !s The Only Si ** ?* is 'S ? ^ I ? a & I O TS ? I A < ? i?i A home ot you ^ a? Yniir raiuiiatlier told your 1 ^ "3 t* On 2 ^ What an 1 .2 ^ Now is tlie Time o o a> No. 24. 204 acres, 5 miles northwest of Pickens; 1-4 mile ! from school; splendid two story 8-room house, good outbuild- 1 ings; 75 acres cleared, balance heavy original forest; some fine saw timber on this place; good pastures enclosed 111 wire; on ri 1 ml rAllfP O nrl n Kafr*r,!n of ^ A - /~\/~? ( ^ r\ ^ a utui ivuiv,, UIIVI (l udl^aill clL V^cllI tci III^ UII this place to suit you. No. 25. go acres; one mile from Keowee Baptist Church, one mile from school; 25 acres cleared; one small house, small outbuildings. Now, if you are wanting something cheap, listen; Only $10 per acre and on term of one-half cash and bal 1 ance in 1 and 2 years. No. 26. 7 acres ?4 from court house. Yes it is the Holder Ford Water Power, already devel...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 28 July 1910

Pickens Sentinel-Journal i ?1?5 H \\ \ \ \ \ \ \\ \ \ \\/i I LOCAL BREVITIES 1 . ?-fe - % f. Some Things You Know and Some K $ You Don't Know About Our | y Towns, County & People ? \ \:n \ \ \ \ \ \ \ ?Mrs. Laura Alexander and J ' children, aro viulHn<r in ' ??1 ?- V ? lutvtup, in Vllcll " lotte, N. C. ?This season the cotton buy-1 ers of Anderson will purchase cotton strictly 011 grade. ?J. A. Peek, of Pickens, has with him his father and mother of Macon, Ga., for a short stay. ?Mrs. W. H. Hughes, of Richland, S. C., is visiting her sister, Mrs. J.J. Lewis 111 Pickens. ?Belton is making great preparations to hold a fair this fall. The date agreed 011 is October 18th. ?Misses Lula Wertz and Irene Hunt, of Newberry, are visiting Mrs. W. T. Jeans, in Pickens. ? Dr. E. G. Kerwin, Dentist of Easley, will be in Pickens every Wednesday. Office over Keowee Pharmacy. ?Mrs. F. M. Norris, of Central, is spending a time in Pickens with her aunts, Mesdames Florence (ii-illiii and R. A. H...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 28 July 1910

products \\ II Libby's Vienna Sausage is distinctly different from any other sausage you ever tasted. Just try one can and it is sure to become a frequent necessity. Libby's Vienna S&asage just jj suits for breakfast, is fine for luncheon and satisfies at din, ner or supper. Like all of Libby's Food Products, it is carefully cooked and prepared, ready to serve, in Libby's Great White Kitchen ? the cleanest, most scienutic Kitchen in the 111 I world. Ill Other popular, Ycady-to-l|| 1 serve Libby Pure Foods are: |]| ; Cooked Corned Beef || j Peerles* Dried Beef Veal Loaf I | Evaporated Miik J I j Baked Beans Chow Chow [j j Insist on Libby's~at[your grocer's. IMj, McNeill & Uhhy Chicago ^wUAnd i j ?inn vJHtXNUTH. ?ai >DOOOCC<XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX JKBattle Axe" Shoes *t>C<?OOOC<>%>??>COi5<>iSO^C?C<?>6?C The Servian Princess. Princess Elena of Servla has been paying a long visit to Queen Elena of Italy, her aunt, staying with the King and Queen o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 28 July 1910

^ AMBERGRIS TREASURE. Story of a $30,000 Lump and Somo< thing About the Substance. The story of bow a Manchester (N. p / H.) painter found in the St. Lawrence river a lump of grayish substance I weighing thirty-eight pounds, and i how he has discovered that tho nnilil 1 fatty stuff !b ambergris and is worth $30,000, recalls the nearest thing to romance that evor entered Into the lives of Gloucester and Now Bedford whalers, in the" old days when American whalers dared every sea. It was liko a lottery. Onco In a lifetime you might chanco on the decaying body of a whale, giving off an awful smell, and Inside that whale would b? a fortuno enough bo that* you would never have to go to sea again. Charles Reade, as far as we remember, Is tho only writer to introduce nmbergris into Action. In "Love Mo t ijiuie, Liovo Mo Long," David tells Miss Fountain how "tho skipper stuffed their noBcs and eara with cotton steeped In aromatic vinegar, and they lighted short pipes and broached tho brig...

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. — 28 July 1910

Thft Kivul Vnn ITavA Alwovru in use for orer 80 years, ? and All Counterfeits, Imitation Experiments that trifle wl Infants and Children?Ex] What Is C Castor la is a harmless su goric, Drops and Soothinj contains neither Opium, J substance. Its age is its g and allays Fevcrishncss. j Colic. It relieves Teething and Flatulency. It assim Stomach nnd Bowels, glvi The Children's Panacca?1 GENUINE CAS" Bears th< The KM You He In Use For C THE CCNTAUn COMPANY, TT I Fly Tii I Flies are great spreade your house and away from tl do this is by usincr our Scree The Fru is here, and of course you \vi the improved Mason Jars, \ and half gallon sizes. Also tops and extra rubbers. Look ill I)i> You, will see in there a lot Lamps. This is all good will sell for less than cost. ! and price cards are on all 1 ire not needed right now, buy up a lot of this ware, at keep it until it is needed. No matter what you want call on WE H (THE HOT A lso we ha vo tl "Not a.t Specia Regular IflV.IiU which w...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 4 August 1910

Entered April It3< 100:1 :it tMckoim, n. O. ?? Mocoud cIumm mnttor* iitidArc.oloii2t-oMM of .viarcli 3,1870 y 40th Year PICKENS, N. C., AUG. 4% 1910. Number // rv "SINCE BUCK 1 c Liberty Raked Fore and Aft. Comb Gathers tbe Ne c Some Are Personals?Sonn c Dear Sentinel-Journal: Al-| low mo space in your paper to Rive a few of the happenings from this lively little biug, and don't let this find its way to all the writers "bugaboo"?the waste basket, and I'll tell your readers about our little city. Just let the public cast a "sheep's-eye" at us for a few months and they will see for! themselves that all of the] content plateed im provements are a reality. All of our main sidewalks are' laid with tine cement blocks' which gives us a nice pavement. I Our "City Dads" are now mak-1 ing preparation to put these blocks down on all of the side wralks in the city, which will give us, we think, the best foot j ways of any town in the county. ' We also have fast nearing completion a splendid ...

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. — 4 August 1910

p r . t 5\ ? What One More Knr of CJorn Would l)i>. Professor P. G. Holden, of Iowa, shows what benefit to his Stato just one more ear of corn to each hill on every corn ileld would do. He says: ~ir one more little ear of corn to fcnch "hill were added it would mean a half million dollars more for every one of the ninety-nine counties of the State. Ten bushels more of corn to each aero planted would make $50,<000,000 more to be added to the t.otal of Iowa's wealth each year. Our present average yield for Iowa is only thirty-five bushels to the acre. fThe rause for this poor yield is barren seed corn, and the remedy is the testing of every ear to be planted and the selection of the best seed corn for planting." ______ *' ; './? Alfalfa ami Weeds. Ordinarily, if a farmer sows alfalfa In the spring, lie lias his old er.pniy, the weeds, to contend with. If the season be damp and cloudly, the alfalfa may not grow fast, but weeds will. Therefore June may see him mowing to retard a r...

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. — 4 August 1910

} MODEL V. Ml. < Evory community that counts lts< in tho building which houses the Y. M its activities. Whero once a store or tho most modern typo of building Is nc Ity for promoting tho work, and soi Bcraper. The new Y. M. C. A. bulldli one of this class. Hammock Support. For the present hot weather the hammock support designed by an Indiana man is highly appropriate. It enables tlie owner to swing his or her hammock wherever desired,'on rough or lovel ground, to be always sure of shade and to have the hammock at any height from tho ground that is convenient. The support consists of I a pair of standards with an awning top. Tho standards are made with sliding rods and either or both can J he regulated to any height. If the 1 ground is too uneven tho standard on the 'hlgher part can ho shortened or | vice versa. The whole affair is con- | structcd with an eye for stability, and when set up will bear any weight the hammock cords will hold without breaking. Tho canopy top makes ...

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. — 4 August 1910

f ' Pickens Sentiriel-Jcurnel ^ ?, V n|I >-ot) Knterod hi I'lukcus I'oatofllce hh Second OlaKh Mai) Matte* PICKENS, S. 0. ; TllllRShAV XVFUST 4. HMO ? Oh, How Easy! . The Seneca Farm and Factory says: "Editor Thompson, of the 1^,, ?1' j. i^uuno if win 11 cii, nam iaot vvurtv that Rev. Mann was from Abbeville county. Shame on the newspaper man who don't know where the Candidates for an important, office as Congress live." Oh! You Smart Thing! Do you know he is "from"? How far is Seneca "from" Abbeville? The Rev. C. D. Mann IS "FROM" Abbeville-a long ways. ne is tne son or William and Sarah Mann, and made his advent into this vale of team on the 2nd of April 1H49, was educated at Lowndesville, being deprived of a college education, and enteaed the ministry, serving many charges and doing much good, and is a "man" in every sense that the word imfili#m nn<l 'fmin" AMmvilln for a number of years. Newspaper men should know ill about candidates, and where they are "from,*' what they ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 4 August 1910

{ Pickens Sentinel-Journal) jRORftg N \ \ ' \ / 1 LOCAL BREVITIES I 1 $ Some Things You Know and Some % | You Don't Know About Our | ? *i 1 TowDS> County & People ^ ^ V. \ \ \\\ vwl$ T r\ lr 11 ? v ;' jlsl , u, vj. or uenirai, wqs a business' visitor to Pickens Monday^ -^-Mrs. B. F. Parsons who has been confined to her room for some time with tuberculosis, is reported very low. ?Mi's. W. T./ Griffin, of Pickens, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Mrs. James Hendricks, of the Table Mountqrfn section. ?A hack line will be run from Table Rock Hotel to Pickens, every day, leaving hotel in time to make 11 A. M. Train. Returning, leave Pickens arrival of 1 :/>() P. M. train. For rates and information see R. D. Sutherland, R. F. D. 4. ?A representative crowd of Pickens county citizens were in Pickens Monday. Most of them came to attend the regular monthly meeting of the County Farmer's Union. Many spoke of the crop prospects, saving while corn was good cotton was sorry. ?Prof. McD. W c...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 4 August 1910

] nwi?>?r-;-r.^ri~;.-,h-giY.?7 iWr i I Mighty_ y By JIdmiral oon /<o< ml IE cannrtng out protect us again: economic success t osses bectuse thi ? no vu uuvviu oyct B w interests. Nothli . ? A programme can c world-sea which said that German meats by laml and sea. TJie ste< to act ourselves new goals, and to er. Our mighty industry must asp! of our merchant ships must bo I with more importance. Our wor twenty years?which has increas 000 dMfing the ten years since oui 000,000 of which is sea-borne com tinue honorably to bear the burden German nation in 1900, after matui Meantime our national fortune has mate of $500,000,000 a year is noi creased by 8,000,000. Thanks to nuvny has enjoyed the blessings of self to great ailluenee. Unless our ness it is now our duty to secure c xm-uons. we can do that only u; lleot, constructed according to the shall guarantee us peace with he v? * [European Speculations on the ica ^ Ey Padrai urn ii ii MfciltlCANS som-t jj w ing shown by a g ...

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. — 4 August 1910

M \ ) ' <wk??ng of the joy uider. S: fAn Tennyson Might Have Sung It.) I ?\Voop around a ijudden turn, 1 run 1< o a careless sally, 'And, feeling not the least concern, Go zipping through an alley. Past thirty cops I hurry down, I hump o'er ruts and ridges; J scatter havoc through th<? town And flash across the bridges. I see Uk? red light's warning glow, j But do i heed it? Never! i For men may come and men may go, W But I tear on forever. | I rattle <fver stony ways, I -J crash through traffic's jumble. ./ iafctffnd end their troubles and their days Who hesitate or stumble. With many n curve T, somehow, get Around the drays and busses, 'And do not stop to feel regret Because some teamster cusses. T hurry, hurry, crouching low; 1 try to jump the river; For men may come and men may go, But I tear on forever. I flash about ntvl in and out, A thousand dangers daring; I hear the mail policeman shout, But have no time for caring. And here and there I gladly break A speeding ...

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. — 4 August 1910

. . ? ' ' J ' . . ' ' % ' v J '* - / f . / / HBHHHHRHBBHHHIHH The Kind You Have A in use for over SO ; All Counterfeits, Imil Experiments that tril Infants and Children What U Oastorla is a harmlei nmrlf*. Tlrnnn B nil contains neither Oph substance. Its ago is and allays Peverishn Colic. It relieves Tec and Flatulency. It i Stomach and BowelSj The Children's Panat genuine qfl S) Bear The Kind You In Use F< I HZ CENTAUR COMP Fly Ti Flics are great spi your house and away fr< do this is by using our i tl? r iiiu r is here, and of course y< th(? improved Mason J; and half gallon sizes, tops and extra rubbers. Look in I x (hi win see in mere Lamps. This is all g will sell for less than coj and price cards are on ire not needed right n buy up a lot of this war keep it until it is needec No matter what you > call on Tie Patau WE 5 (THE HO A 1 c< \ ' 'n li o tro I. ? / V J If I V "Not at Spec Regular E VI which we gua est lor good g< i rigs. I ieivien "The Same ( :55 and...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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