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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 11 November 1903

VOL XXII IKNS..- ENSA An Easy swindle. The South Catrolinja Banikorsc' 118s4 ciition throngh its scoretary Joseph Norwood, of (Grotoiville, i n; - out the following ltterreeve ,'l E ns1lio Nicholsond (ft11a0 uginn of Unicon. .. "Dolor Sir-Frte totah of the association it '?4.h, bo r you to repoit. IItoh foll14)w''"g s" 'c, who, it a ppeiarr,1 ltli operating it, this vicillily, l. ho midocod one of our ctstolters to cash-4 i (heeik for him wvihicht profved to b t forgfer8. -"Him planl of operaitionl is to all proach i lmchaniliiit, buy i a smlw I bill of gotds, then tender in payiu-nt. i check dIai n by another paty to his order, apparently certified by ile bankjl on m bich it was dr.m n. "In- the caso which <cu ired here h1o gave his name1 1.s \. It M11ir01, aind prescmited a calrd giving his tId duores ats Sparttiui;1rg nitd rlprescti - ing that hie was wiith the N. T. '. clInpally. The clhiek putpoited to ho drian Iby, W. A. Dickisn on the First Nnotiolmi Bank (f 7rI.)i1stownt,...

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. — 11 November 1903

wionaa Company. :A40s..11tos 41 'ition $1060 Per Amiuiur. t e tit Plokonxl'osioifficeis Seecind Class S.);,10 of thbecw-Yorkc paiper iti u 11 1)tt lcnd Dowic "Elijuli the Profiit." 'Cho e.11toi-A frnternity iu 8zouth J!, tI h 1d u 11111' lit) (I ws3 licit waut to Ai)Ich Lii j.itA I ho 811101 ' j V~i" 'liiii Eil.of il o Izirgoo liteel ~)~i~t&011( 4diliilg wa,,e.4 iii Wh ien;. -.(41011~ 0! 1)4.5)1 11 1~ benci l i;i CoL edi N, w Jerscy wiot) ~y 'thati Pel fvkkd 111 ilIiCIII Cal 0.1y 110 secuired AI wen1'.''riu~g 110 dcllies 1 11. goinig 1El('01H il )loga'ossivo church Worki'1 01)"") totmake it special (fibrt iil t114 ;{tl-c.:ion of mlakitig better pi ovisil: for thir' stiperamittilcd riji.-ttl'5 isid it they 13.ectfc- t hey will 1)1. vet Iill)" ill 11 (5xfalp'0 iic i~l tt'i duijoi 1,iti-uII wvill (10 wdt1 Il) e1u11111.0 Im 'AIv? il lL lu',iC. ii )1111 it i n .~yd f 1- . ' i j N . w Yu I k, Riev. WaVit. A. U AV f: Alol111g()Im4r i, Ala., douticio it s I1 ( 110 tooL I 1Civit118. Y 11...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 11 November 1903

foioil,S ot .ocal and Perolal Nature. ThI f sit has daiaged the cot AY. A. Phill:ps, of En.m sectionl, wsill town last week. 13-.n .to) Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Paco 1 t(e Ghl inst , 011. -Suoef of our airchantisqi report Collections good this season1. -jo to H- A. Biely for you1ki1,ur. A car of good just rceeiVed -Dr. W. F. A ns tin, dinList, Will bo in Pjckenis Nov. 17t and 184h. ---Born unto Mr. and Mr,. T. D). Harris on tho I mat., a daughie. . stai Sun, and other go" ,itu:: iat 11.'A. Rich ey b. -W'. A Oiir, of near Central, is making- r.. t nIments to o ngago in the diaihy iusi-wIvls soon. -It. is now lavful to) Shout p:rr. tridlges, provided vou do not trespass 0o1 posted al' n ave':rtiad hftims. --Finn1an Recd, %if Auigusta, G 1., a sonl of Lemuel C. Reed, i4 on a %isit to his un0cle, T. 11. Gatsaway. -- Ed. (Griill, son of Capt,. J. A. (hifin, left today to try his for une in the vest --liindi ng in Kansa Uit-y. --Wh"len you ISell your cotton and other puodicai donh't forg et to ...

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. — 11 November 1903

)!5.Aclv It out. lYa teod ou thold .adi e 'agent, 1Ntho Chicago "Tribune." tIy are Fo dooply fim t a-sense of their own su ,bi1itieo tliat they tako written about them in the dus possible 8'siion. years ago I was stranded on a coast. I wanted to get Chicago the worst way possi 4 finally, through. a lucky acci " lOearned that liarnoy Ferguson, rdh comedian, who was just ,to start East, was in need of dade agent. Tie job proisod 6prtation and sponding ioney at - d I was glad to got it. 1i interesting happone(I until tick. TrinidaO. Col. Trindad is t11 ti, but 1 acre happoned to "3*&ung man working On one of apers thoro iiore for the benefit hti lurgs than of Iis poci(etbootk. Y s an Oxperieced dramatic c antd lie caine to s.uo iy star. IsAt-that period of his career Mr. ..r4son's chief dratatic foat was to n a large easy chair, with an Irish 0ipi on, and hold a Imnorous con ration 'vith the soubrette of the Pany. When the proper inonient 0 Mr. Ferguson. being busily on In the deba...

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. — 11 November 1903

Ln t a*ayWastod on 1 old .advance agent, Ithe Chicago "Tribune." thoy are so deeply in tbra sonse of their own su abilities that they take writton about them in tho t1Ousj possiblO finshion. 4 cars ago I was stranded on i coast. I wanted to got o.Qbicago the worst way possi nlually, through. a lucky acci learned that Barney Ferguson, ish comedian, who was just to Stairt East, was in ned of &nco ageut. To job promliisoed 1 o .rtation and spending ioney at * 1d I was glaid to get it. q t (interesting happoned until a. ck. Trinidad, Col. Trindad i 1ll tdi n, but there happo.imd to oyung man working on one of V'j he'apers thoro more for the honeit. a lings than of his pocke.book. Vas an Oxpericlecd (ramtlc rI te, anid lie came to mevc my star. At that period of his career 'mr. gr~iuson's chief dramatie foat was to ttiva large easy chair, with an Irish a1e-1u) on, and hold a huimorous con ftiil 'with the soubrette of the .0any. Whenl the proper mlomeont o ' ,Mr. Fergivon, being busil...

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. — 18 November 1903

_ICK &NS SO U _______ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ E Etered April 28, 1903 at Pickous, H3. Q, as seootid olsos natter. under act of C)ojgo f Mi ,179 VOL XXXIII. PICKENS, S. C., WEDNISDAY, NOVEMBE PRES UNT RECEIVES K BUNAU VARILLA Envoy to the U. S. From New Republic of Panama. fRECEPTION IN BLUE ROOM. Marks Birth of New Republic into the Family of Nations and Pavea Way for Negotiations--Addaacsse Felici tous and Patriotic. Washinaton, Nov. 13.-President Roosovelt formally received M. Phil Ippe B1 unau-Varilla, the duly accred ited envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotontiary of Panama t6 the Unit ed States. The rocoption of the minister mark od the birth of the new republic of Panama into the family of nations to4 H. PILIPPE DUNAU-VAHLaA, [Panamna's envoy at W~iashington.] and pavoag the way for nogotiatlonls botween the United States and the In fant republic precisely as they may be cond'ucted b)etwoon any two sovereign nations. The ceromlony Incident to the recep tion of jMr. Butnaui-VaiIlla...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 18 November 1903

I Y)iiVKi T AwnONEIDAY MORNING. L Soritinc--Jurnal Company. -.- &i RousLC1ty, 1P4oPS. ',PSON, .:ITon. b-1.00 Per Antnum. Svrtising Rtes Reasionable. tered M P4 ks Postoflico as second Class M Latter 1CH S, S. C. : Sedt h.i Nov. 18, 1903. OUR sCH6OL DISTRICT. Pickom I h * fi sallest ilhool di triot of ua 1! n anMd anly Court. houseC nu 3 ecially, in thle Stafo. this A' n' i e so. Our dlicicnt education should sce t3 1301o lo-districting - vo us a larger area. ht- rI districts, entirely lln! I: a', town, which art, 1I U'10 se1100-13t.ilng oder, / h b put with tho Pick ihould this be (one No n but On) at parity With tand could handlo it 40 t11 to perfection. These ot to object. to bng ould then give tho r educational facili a'.,ord of Eduication, i b any change from pres ?"I SITUATION. onii Iluctuating in . this fall, but our 1111hAv0 gonlo aheavid at'l 1atid t: . 11o was worth, I( ardhI rico p aid inl othler. m31 4 it - to.; us run t he pieu o Ict it. (i 1) bmck es do(s the be-s[,...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 18 November 1903

iaDDenligs Of a Local and Personal Nature. 13i8.I. C. Blhk erj~~ )15l siuk with fever, is stoadly 'ImIprovit, --Miss Lida FOL\)gC'e of E'islem spoint Suiiday with relatN o in Pici -- -T111Frr )u to Monda12 n aht, h (0 M,'&l of ta - The on my iBkard kofI 1 locatio: will "))(0 Satukrdayv vwrning at 1 o'clock. -W. 11. Griflin, of Groenvilli spont last week inl Pickens witi Ili -Dr. Gcorgo D. urc ILI, of G0:f ney, spoilt a portion ofv-t week i Pickeni visiting th house olk'. -Missos Jessio anild IsI Thoma dagliters of Dr. Thoains, of Groer Ville, are on o visit to tho Misse F"oger. -B. D. Ste'i art, of Washingtor D. C., camne in Monday night on visit to the family of his fathcr, Maj J. M. Stowart. -Ground has beon boon bioken fo the knitting mill and the work o erecting the building and cottftge will bo )ushOd as raidily as5 posible B. E. Grandy has the contracts. --Capt. Austin, of Williaustor who is now in chargo of the dr. goodts departomnt of Iho Big Storn Coitempla tpi LeH movi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 18 November 1903

I ItaT V - frst sign of RHEUMATISM. Dangerous to get (a run. Easy to curq slow. A single bottle of Will probably do the worh. lad case require Inore. RHIMIACIDE Cir 3 c y s . uCei r i'I t C'that .d r e rac of the disc a e lin:ers 1II the 61-scil Itpl.P ik Ct Zt!iod. fcllcv'cl the iailssi at iti of te kid-~ n c e t chr c i . t i ior. a0. ce catarrh that followvs such a condi Thoi;:h Mhs. M. y V ' rn, )Yf Igigh Polit:. N. C., U : ye:;rs old I nd ha l t. I Ij n r, t :i for 20 yeafS sieC was% C c;,leCy I icui red by . UC1 I ' -i- ) 'Ii Cs f hi felt, ")ears youi: k "il d is an xeu S It i ii I : ny of the forms of tis d read discase" I R xr. . IC V ' i i. t , a nl, :d M ethoilier m iniiister, of Re :.t r n. M~i. ri~:.r .~u in'.aly - RNF!UMACil)E. whlicle cured himl. lie i 5 y% : .rs oti .!l n md h I,: en in1 e mninistry 30Yearsi. SAMPLR. VOTTLE FeltE FROM .00V31 TT CHEC;A L CO., PRO0PN-I ETO J1S, LI:ItTI MollE, MD. GITS AT T-E JOINTS FROM THC INSIOE." /* A S' 13EFORE YOU COME TO PICKENS l...

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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 25 November 1903

PI KENS SENTI NELJRNAE. VOtered April 23,1903 at Pick en s, S. C., as scond clas natter, under act of Congress of March , 1879. VOL xxx I. PICKENS, S. C., WEDNESDAY, NOVEM5ER 25,1-1903, N CHOSE BULLET TO NOOSE OF HANGMAN Execution of Peter Mort'en son at Salt Lake Oty. MtrtDERED JAMES R. HAY. Body Was Found Buried in Shallow Grave in Middle of Posture Not Far From Mortensen' House with Bul lot Hole In Head. SWlt Lake, Nov. 20.-Poter Morten sen, the convicted murderer of James R. Hay, was shot to death in, the yard of the state prison this morning for the murder of James R. Hay on the night of Doc. 16, 1901. 'The day following a roxrt was cir culated that Hay, who was secretary of the Pacific Lumber coinpany had, absconded, taking with him $3,800 col lected from Mortonsen on a -bill due to the onpany. Martensen was Jn. debted to the company fOr material usod in hia contracting business and had been urged to make a payment. Deoember 16 he called at the office of the company, said he h...

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. — 25 November 1903

New#Store iand NEW Nothing Shoddy--Ev W E have moved from our old store to our new one rying in our old store, Buggies, Wagons, Stoves devoted almost exclusively to Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Not one of the largest, most complete and best selected stock DRESS GOODS. CLOTHI 'Tis 1snson we havo spared neither time nor This is our main line expen)so in phicing before the people the most so- that we defy competion lect Stock of DRESS GOODS we have over shown. from six of the largest C Wo have everything in the Dry Goods line. We country, we are in a pea bonght hofore prices advanced and we are in a Fit, Quality and a sole position to mako somo astonishing prices. unsurpassed. Mons Si Joans, Outings, Flannels, Kerseys, Cassimeres, Extra Pants from 50c to Worsteds, Broadcloths and Silk Goods. See our othing nO ad sis line of French Ilannols and Mercorized goods for to $8.00. Extra pant fr waists. Blanlkt.s, Comforts, Capes, JacLets and are sole sigotitH for the c( Skirts. Don't fail to Neo ou...

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. — 25 November 1903

'r A PRETTY.WOMAN. '" tesentials of Beauty as. Enumerated by an Expert of To-day. I What is essential to a pretty wo tnan? Here is the answer as given by a modern beauty expert: A pretty woman, first of ill, must We clearly cut, regular features. :he must have a skin above re. - roach, untouched by rouge or powder, She must have full, clear eyes. 'She must have eyelashes long and purling upward. She must have eyebrows . finely narked, slightly arched, long and itar row; yet the narrow line should be thickly covered, so as to be well mark Wd, as if pencilled. -She must have a straight nose, yet Idelicate, neither fleshy, nor pointed, nor broad at the tip, with the nostrils free and flexible. She must have a mouth rather too large than too small, with lips full land plump and rosy red. Even an ex [luisitely shaped mouth has no charm (without expression. She must have even, regular teeth, bt mdoerate size, pearly white, with full enamel. She must have a chin neither sharp nor blunt, bu...

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. — 25 November 1903

'UnLISED EvE1tRY wEDNESJAY MORNINO. --BY The Sontinel-ournal Company, T'io'iMPsoN & RICinEY, P1o)s. J1. L. 0. THOMP SON, lDini'i . Subscription $1.00 Per Anuin. Advertising Rttos Reasonable. l.itlered at Pickens Iostolfice ats Second Class Mall iatter PICKENS, S. C.: Wednesday, Nor. 25, 1903. THE POOR MAN AND THE CHURCH, There scois to be it disposil ion on the part of inaniy of the churches of the countr1'y lo disregrrd the spirit ual welfare of the poor man in favor of 11hv rieb. it. is til fort unlate, but too trie. Mli and women of wealth and so called r iitiomint, dominate the great iajority of the houses of worship, with tho result thit the p->or work ingmnaln is gniduiaiy b ipecoiiing forcod to the conclusion that he is out of his element and not, wanfted. A1any of our miniister's, white well Illealling pulhaps, IIrIel to the higher social set 1111 folge(4 it hat a heart bets in the breast of a poor iani in Shabhy clothes who (Iccupies the back seat. If ho makes his ap...

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. — 25 November 1903

*s RaDVOe uls 01 a Local a d Personal Nature. -PNI-;d A14 have a few muorolt dwo ling toic. *-TIh ' Pik s hand~ is a ketting - it. Cal play any kind r4nusio. -Keep your- chimneys burned out on rainy days through the wmnter. -Rend change in Craig Bros., ad. this week an-, call and see thorn. -Mrs. Flora Lathen and daugh. ter, Willie May, are up to attend the Smith-Lowdermilk wedding. -Mr. J. A. ,Higgins, of Y" 4, was in Pickens Monday sell a book, the life and Nrit ngs of 13i . -Florida's orange crop will be very largo this year, whieh should iunke this lusmious fruit cheaper than cVel'. -There are several cases of small ,ox in and near town-but it is .iostly among "the brethren in plack." -P. COamp Jo ujnsor' of Easley, v' as in P:ck#'nl uapday afternoon. e made a quickyprp up in his auto obile. -Mesdames J. r. Fennell and W. I.. Boggs, are up from Calhouni, to imit the family of Clerk of Couit, A. . Boggs. -The ground has been brc for Clemson College's new agriejtl tural ball and t...

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. — 25 November 1903

Strange Relic Found in the Den of a Showman. ONE CHRISTMAS DINNER Told by the Old Circus Man-A Strik. Ing Event in the Giant's Life Re .Called by a Singular Souvenir. "That?" said the old circus iman, following the eye of his visitor, which had rested upon something hanging on the wall of the old showman's den, "Why, that's an ostrich's wishbone, a souvenir of the great giant. It came out of an ostrich that we baked ono year for the giant's Christmas din. nor. "You see, an ordinary ten, twelve. fifteen-pound turkey would be to the giant about the same as a quail would be to us, he was so big; and every -winter we 1ied to scour the country 'round about the town where the show made its winter quarters for a twen ty-flive pound turkey so as to have a bird that would come somewhero near to being in proportion with him, for the great giant's Christmas din ner. Of course, even such a turkey Iused to look like a pigeon beside 1im, anid one winter, when we were talking over the giant's comi...

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. — 25 November 1903

Mica Items. The health of this community is -very good at present. Mr. and Mra. , .if Cobb, of Geor gin%, mado a% *Iuort Viit to W. J. B. Chaptusau's hot~t woek. ru > rid lisr J. J. An thoWy 0ok a itm' girl. v *h , JIm lvos and her ac cord om hct a sia Id aceident last Thursday. Sheo wa playing some fast piece4 and happenod to strike HEot Times in the Old Town tonight. It was so hot that it ruined her ae uordeon and burned her hands. Hello, Mountain Boy, what are you doing novaday4? Idling away your time. While you are idle I wish you would introduce me to that chai-minr Miss Hughes and then I will .3,l1 on her some evening and perhaps she will g9t mv name pIt in the paper. I hear the olice cat scratching so I will just take a big jump and be gone. Mad Cap, Only Makes a Rad Matter Wo-se 4 Perhaps you have never thought of it but the fact must be apparent to every onie thiat constipation is caused by a lack of water on the system, unId the u.e of drastic cathartios like the old fa...

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. — 25 November 1903

lrw V* "I Z BEGINS WORK with the first doso, cleansing the blood of all the poisonous acids that produce RHEUMATISM, driving out all the dangerous germs that infest the body-that is the way cures are effected by Other medicines treat symptoms; Rheumacide removes she cause, and, therefore, its CURES ARE PERMANENT. Helps the digestion, tones up the system. Sam le bottle free on application to Boirwr'r CHEMICAL Co., Pro. prietors, 316 West Lombard St., Baltimore, Md. For You are easy to find-to wear-to pay for. We have your size. Thc label on the coat Small thing to look for-big thing to fmd-means this: Th CI thes Are R ght.... and if you don't find them so, your money back. Large shipment of New Fall Styles coming in daily. Strictly One-Price. Smith & Bristow,. TH-E MEN'S AND BOY'S OUTFITTER. Greenville, S. C. STURIIANTS? Coiled up in that One Little Word 'UNDE SELL' Is the magnet that drawa the crowvds. Whether you lhve 0 , 20 or 50 miles it will pay you to come to Sturdivant's B...

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. — 2 December 1903

- -* --* PICKENS. SENTINFL=JUNL Etered April 28, 1903 at Pickens, S. 0., as seond olass matter, under act of uongress of Maroh 3, 1879 VOL XXXmII,' PICKENS, S. C., WEDNESIAY, DECEMBER 2, 1903. ROOSEVELT MAKES TRIP TO NEW YORK Chief Exeoutive Attends Iu. neral of His Unole. VAST CROWDS LINED. SREETa. Spooial Details of Patrolmen Were De. tailed to Keep the Vast Throngs in Order-Possible Plot Against Pre Ident. New York, Nov. 27.-President Roosevelt came to the city to attend the funeral of his unclo, James K. Graclo. Tho presidont was accompa tied by Mrs. Rooseveit, Dr. J. 13. Stokes, hia personal physician, and Captain Oowles, of the navy. Con -missioner Greene -and a -force of police met the president and a mounted de tail escortel his cirriage fron the Twenty-third street ferry to his sister's home on Madison avenue. Ater breakfasting at the tobin son home the president left the house and went to the late residence of Mr. dracic on IDast Firty-pighth street, re Maining there un-ti...

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. — 2 December 1903

Punfll.sHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNINO. The Sentinolournal Company. TioMrsoN & RIctiY, 'PToPs. .la. (). TH OM PSON, K TwR. Sibscriptioni $1.00 Per Anuum. Advertising Rtos Reasonable. Entteredl at Pickens Postolilce as second Class Mail Matter PICK1ENS, S. C. 1Wdnesty, 1)(c. %2, 1903. Nor, is Items. It appears that locals from our hustlhug little side track town are rathcr scarce, but bog pardon; thanks, we are all still living and qldto well. We regret to state that two of our best citizens with their families ar1o soon to imigrato to the far ivest--D. Garvin Parsons an( D. '. Miontgom ory; are both reliable, respectable, live and onergotio citizens and a 1os9 to our comilluiiity hlit of course wo do not moan to conisure them b) any 11101n4, but it appears Ito us a fally for men who have Spent the majority of their yeari allotted to man1111 and thenll (1 up and lor ve to try their fortuno inl -lio west -but aini as on f( t he gentlemon exllresse-d him. self for t1e benefit, of his ...

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. — 2 December 1903

gap 0enings14 Local and Personal, Nature. -Bor u ni toI Mr. and gre. I. R. Roark on tho)e9ti uIt., a so). Eighteen on)d granulated sugar for $1.00 at Fotlger & Thornilov's. Born unto Mr. aid Mrs. Loinuel Duckworth oil the 80th ult., a eon. -Judge M. Welbort,- who has been quito sick, iS now able to bo out agalti. --Next Monday is sah-sday; there are lots of good land to be. .put on the block. -Bertie, 110 daughter of Mur. and Mrs. 0. E. Robinson is quito sick with pnleuiionlia. --Folger & Thornley are offering some bargains in Clothing and Over. coats for December. -Soveral advertisements have been changed this veok; hunt them ip aid see what they fiaty. --Folger & Thornley havo just re ceived their tourth big lipmuent of Jackets anid Skirts. SeO thir line. -.1. Thomas Powors, of iho Keo wee side, is rep arted as. being con fined to his bod with a sevoro attack of ainall pox. -School wits opened last Monday morning at Matildin scnool hdoss nll der the efficient managemen...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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