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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 1 September 1910

I 1 ?: Unhappy Marriages I 1 By RUTH DOR HE most unfortunate ma: i| jl I tween a man and woman, tianity and all the virtues B jsarigC 1 and the other party to nothing of virtues. All o -" 'JaBifl from our Bible, po how c iHiftflSHu later the imposed upon j Jn: the glaring truth of the p Men, more often thai type carefully selects a ch anind to go through his mean walk [disenchantment for the woman. His lull that is refined are the result of '[upon the sensibilities of his wife. T (for there is no sanctity in the man [with sacred thoughts and feelings. S ithat moment he ceases to he her boh !in the truest sense of the world. All husbands and wives who are K'souls' affinities." That is what ma term lias been perverted and adopted c"uh <>f l'iav.7 I,, ZZZ=ZZZZZZZ=Z3 Mn vanoe : Words of owing i i . j 8,ronS TP VIC? 311(1 a eenti Caution to Yound of cvc words, sonal)l( By DOROTHY MULLIN Sffbjcci tion w ?3ZIIZIZZZZZ??ZII!IZZI!IZ!J writer? this n kloubt be useful in giving important ...

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. — 1 September 1910

y'" Iij Promotes DrgeationJCh?erfu ii nces and RestjContalns ncim* j Opiimi.Morphine norMiuera ^ WOT jN ARC OTIC. BSSjl | Jt*jxormik-SM'mmjim HR j " Rmpkui SeedB'fiSJi! IM jUx.Sama * \ |?MiS AMftUtx- I R^H r vI AvstSttd * I lis ?SS?m*. } Ml MmWJ- 1 Cfarifkd Sbysr . Vfbtftnjrpaa f'/anrr. ! Apcrfccf Remedy for Constlp K5TQ .> 1 ion?^0lJ1' Slomach.Dlarrha |qSp Z Worms,Convulsioiis.Fcvvris! IopJJ noss and Loss of Sleep. Facsimile Signature of |cOCg NEW YORK. Exact Copy of Wrapper. WE H (THE HOT % Also we have th , ,~K T i . ( * -i in or at. ."special Regular EVER which we guar a: est for good gooc ings. Remembc "The Same Goot 35 and 10 cents While 15c. 10 inch Lawns ?o Colored Wash Goo<K 1< Notions, 11 osier all reduced to tlx price, Oome ctu gust ana get y BAROA INS. A. K. Went End. s C BAPTIST P/UKE Location: I loathful and Pie Purpose: To prepare boys complete living a Equipment: Full Faculty o in nrivnle lm it Tuition Reaso Courses: Literary; Music; Music 1 )epartm< Cale...

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. — 1 September 1910

*" Sickens Sentinel-Journal ) 2?? \ \ \ \ s \ \ \. V \ X \ \ / I Lftf.AT, RRRVITIRS I 3 : __fe i Some Things You Know and Some $ ; . You Don't Know About Our | | Towns, County & People /\ \ X X N N \ X V \ \ \ S ?Mr. and Mrs, <N. D. Lesesne and children, of Kingstree, S. C., are visiting relatives in Pick ens ?W. C. Minter, a prominent farmer of Chester, visited W. B. Freeman in Pickens, this week. ?Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Griffin, nf riroanvillA nv/? V>AVVII>IIIC, aic viDillil^ 1/HtJ former's sister, Mrs. H. M. Hester, in Pickens. ?Mrs. J. N. Watson, and children, of Atlanta, spent last week with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Lou Bolt, in Pickens. ?A. M. Stansell and wife, of Pelzer, have been recent visitors j to Pickens, being the guests of 1 I liis brother W. M. Stansell. | ?Why didn't you come to i the good roads rally last Friday! You missed a treat. T^ose press !ent enjoyed the meeting hugeIV. ?Mrs. U.S. McKagan. who lias 1 >eeii on a visitNto her parents, Mr, and Mrs. H. ...

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. — 1 September 1910

jS&IlNEL-JOUSNAL , "T; ' . , -1 s PICKENS, S. C. X 1 -? -Vf Whv Ir a liniiRnflv nnvhnwt SfihA merciful man Is now very mer W fi hi* boast. ^ *? ^^^iJkpoW of some cats that never seem to bo less dan: / ? -" fcorous thtth ice cream cones. vT?* ?K v-2? \ JV T tThero arg 130,000 foreign waiters '* jjn London, all with palms extended. v. - r ^ j How, aeronauts have cities at their / {mercy In mimic warfaro is becoming v ^japaazlt^g. . - . WltK a new record every day it jaeems there Is no limit to the powers of an.aeroplane. i Tho Chjcago woman whoso ear was 't>!tten off' by her husband, probably (didn't feed him enough. There In a very bnd $2 bill In circulation. Insist on getting your cbango fin twenties and fifties. I A Kansas Judge rules that It Is the 'duty of pedestrians to dodgo automobiles. Also tho necessity. | Few horses are wearing bonnets *.hln RoriKnii nrnhnblv liprnnsn bonnets l?re absolutely out of style. you can't swim stay near tho If you can swim be satisfied our ...

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. — 8 September 1910

J ' * C~s ' - - y Kuterori April ?3* 1!)1>;J rttf I'lfkoii*, N, (), a* 1101*0ml <>lu*w iniiiier? iiinlorcoroii^roM of 'lurch :i,IS79 _ 1 - . 1 40th Year PICKENS. S. C? HEP. 8 19JO. Number 16 "SINCE BUCK I Liberty Raked Fore and Aft. finnib fiathftrs thp. Ni and good roads. Now, lots say ^omothing j about ihc si'ctmd primary in tho 1 couutv. Only 1 wo; spirants for j ( lli<v and tho host t i ing wc can Mr, J. E. Robinson who has been confined to his room for weeks is able to be out again to t,'A delight of his friends. plarried, at the residence of tin1 officiating minister, Rev. W. T. Abbott, on last Wednes' ^ d.i\* 111 frlil ATi' lion me ^ 4 ? ...nnv4 ^>11 . J-/V nm. l>?l J UIJV v- ,to Miss Lizzie Rackley, all of ,1 ,iberty. Mrs. T. 1). Bradloy and children <>t' Atlanta, (la., arc visiting relatives here this wyek. Mr. A. F. Riser who has boon visiting in'"Columbia lliis week has returned home ami reports a good time. Miss Belle Hue lias returned from Atlant...

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. — 8 September 1910

SENTINEL-JOURNAL ? ; PICKENS, S. C. The Joy ride frequently turns out to l)o a "fine" thing. Humor as a seventh sense Is good cense not to bo disregarded. When ordering hobble skirts speiMiy whether they are to force a trot or ? pace. Two New York young men threw dice for a girl. We pity both men tfuid tho girl. Any hope is vain that the new hoba If ft** <.. ....... 1 1 ,. ? i io nuunuau lu tucLa A /travagance. A New York woman committed suV elde at 91, proving onco more that V'Us is an Impatient age. Sent to prison for an undignified attempt at suicide! Did any one ever frmd a real dignified means? The old war hnlivivii hlnniioa nnil (brunettes is to be renewed. You cannot dodgo the issue this time. An Ohio farmer has found that snakes destroy potato bugs. We would prefer not to raise potatoes. Another great aviation meet is to lie held in Prance soon. Funeral arrangements have not been made. Each new Gotham breach of promise suit seems to produce mushier love letters than any m...

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. — 8 September 1910

, CUM Crfc*s4JV 4 JT* HE luro of allitudo 8 0 c m 3 1 ? ^ 11 v 0 f \ caugni ai inu hiihh / f \ J of man to lead him y ( \ | Ys struggling up almost \\JAf unscalablo peaks ~~ from earliest times. However, It may he JT s:il<l that only wlthin the last half cenclimbing become the flBfiOBggS phy; daring scientists have conquered more mountains in that period than during any other time in their search for geological data, and many lives have been sacrificed at the shrine of science by her devotees while pitting skill and strength against enduring nature. Soon little was left to learn in this field in Europe, so those intrepid mountaineers, ever struggling to reach the top of the world, turned their eyes toward Asia, Africa and America, seeking other difficulties to overcome and hailing with joy any word of the discovery of a new gigantic elevation. In the \ < stern world r was found a fertile field for their efforts. Ton thousand miles of mountain, from tHo Circle to the Horn, with...

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. — 8 September 1910

' .L.'l. ............ = Pickens Sentlnel-Joumel A lining It H' rounl))? ntereil at VMcxeus l-ostottioe hh ?-i r.i, MB!) tutci PICKENS, S. 0.: THURSDAY SJF/l\ S VfrlO BLEASE WIIiIi BE THE NEXT GOVERNOR OF S. CAROLINA. HE IS A MAN O F T1 1 E PEG PLE AN D WILL BE THE PEOPLE'S CH()10E. Don't be deceived by the loud talk of the politician. Please has the endorsement of bis town and county. Politicians say anything but prayers. Don't throw away your bal lot on next Tuesday. Vote for the winning man and that means a vote for Blease. If you want a governor who will know vou on the day after election and will not turn his hack on you becaus you are poor or possibly not well dressed then vote for Blease. lb> was raised a poor man and knows how it feels to lx> poor, .He has been and always will be the poor man's friend, whether in office or out of it. Blease is a self made man and all self made men can be ivli< d M|)()U l<> si ;t mi 11 nil anil SI lii principles when the test co...

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. — 8 September 1910

t?++*mim h rn-mmmm uhidi imww > t'i 'ivif i i i i ii imi Pickens Sentinel-Journal j \x \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ / 3 T.nri. RRRVJTIRd * ? UVWXY^ 1/AIJU 1 liiJUU f r -=| f < Some Thigs You Know and Some / ^ %flfou Im't Know About Our Tovis, County & People ^ v : \ S \ \ \ N \S ?Mrs. [saiah Cox and two daughter! returned to Washincrhnn lin i?af w-/i i-~ , v,, , iudu i> CUIICMItlV ?Several valuable communication wee received too late for publication which will appear in our lie: t, issue. ?Ohas. E. Robinson, jr., has . I ne.C^rihwl <1 rw%n! + i?" -.V?V[,?VU Kl puoiuiuil >VItIl IIIU Dunn m<rchantile agency of i Greenvilh, S. C. ?Dr. K. G. Kerwin, dentist! of Easlev, will be in Pickens ov- j ery Wednesday. Office overi Keowee llharmacy. / i Wlwn, 1 1 T? JI\ II y \ ni < I I * " 1 1 I I I 1 I I I I yZ, Hill ' ! gains in Real Estate don't fail to see us. List your Real 15s- J tate with us and we will ijjot a ' purchaser l or you as quickly as anybody. Carev ^ Clin?'fnin U...

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. — 8 September 1910

m? ?????????? Man's Decline I? I By I*. EV P" 8"! ILSON MOWKOW MAT' E \ JLY i become as extinct as the I ? ^ Hess of womankind. (Jr-fe . . Wo (ii I linn imn t')0 reduced I" the po-iiti<* B i/jpK W tiling, from solving a |i thesis, that 1 doubt if ! Cold statistics in fori this country women have pre-eniptc U'.-on it, these nine arc so manv th nothing nowadays they can't do! women, thirty-one brakemen, forty-l 608 machinists. I blame it all on the hieycle an bloomer suit. 1 am surprised that as their emblem, for it is the email beyond all donbl that woman is a l>iji forgotten in her centuries of wear in her lungs and we began to hear her Ml.. 1... Vicing" I, mn l'V. ' What's to b fjl | our trioks and in prate of si pcrioi V. *SH>fc> // l r ''' -^n<' vv',r >glv in the morning : \\<h?i 1 ant ^ j . v,-.. ilu-n. F===========I F, peared Awful wil? 1 met a: Fate o? mate < Wild ^ Pideons whc" pigeon ' ' mini i) By G. E. HURLEY ' 11T1 11 K 1 ""' i 3874? coldcst weathe...

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. — 8 September 1910

jjNTru|j A VERY POPUI iiB The jf'Sfe Htatesc Horn training in (he local schools, Wu we law and was admitted as a barristei rank as a lawyer while he was zealc was the leader in building the first r - wi, <i iii.ii mm 1 m]>iiiso irom u \ years later ho became viceroy of th When, in 1897, he came to Washii won favor as a diplomat. His com United States, but to Spain, Mexico corned at all the embassies in Wasl hers, he was at homo in all classes i he Is a first-class "mixer." At T>llJ>li~ 1.:.. -- - iscwiv|iicir> IIIH SlVIt' (II ()I formality of his colleagues from otlie to calls from men's church clubs fi learning of tlu; Orient and holds his grce of LL. 1). from the University < the English language with grace ami i- bles with joyous humor, and is quid In practice, he argues that such a 11 fo. His service as minister in Wash! a brief interval, and in 1000 ho dlst 1 Japan. Ills official receptions, if loi hassles, were quite as elaborate ant i recalled on the change ...

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. — 8 September 1910

y The Kind You Have Always in use for over 30 years, ? and ZZ All Counterfeits, Imitation Experiments that triilo \vl Infants and Children?Exi What is C Castor! a is a harmless su goric, Drops and Soothinj contains neither Onitim. 1 substance. Its ago is its g unci allays Fcvcrislmcss. J Colic. It relieves Teething and Flatulency. It assim Stomach aiul Bowels* givi The Children's Panacea?rI GENUINE CAS" Bears the Tlie Kind You Hi In Use For C cumronr, 77 I " AT WW TT T T _I J 11 (THE HOT Also \ve have th "Not at Special Regular EVER which we guarai est lor good good i nu's. I Jen 10111 he "The Same Goot or'* iiml -1() cents While i.")< . 10 ilieW Lawn* sro <1 olored W ash U<>ods. \t : ii - .n uuojis, i i osier all reduced io 1 h price, ('onie du gust and get y BARGAINS. A. K. Wow? jsiul. d: BAPTIST PIGKE Location: I leathful and IMe Purpose: To prepare boys complete living a Kquipment: Lull 1 "'acuity c in private Hon Tuition Reaso Courses: Literary; Music; M usic 1 )epa...

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. — 15 September 1910

EnW?<l April 23, 11)03 itt PickniiH, S. C. no mocoik! cIhhk mall mutter, under act orConjfreM? ol .Tlaioli 3, 1870 40th Year PICKENS. S. G. SEP. 15 1910. Number 17 TRIBULATIONS OF EDITORS. Every Subscriber Wants to Boss and Run tho Paper for Its Editor. They say poets are born, and not made. We dont know about Editors, but our opinion is that thoy arc a sort of human hash, created from left-over fragments. To run a newspaper its Editor must be all sorts of a fellow, for he has more different kinds of human nature to contend with than prehapsall ntlmr ivwiIIAIH' UTVM (Vtn/no fit U We don't know any class that has as much to contend with as the average ink slinger on a Weekly paper, I?nt. prehaps the school-teacher comes next. Every man who hands you 5?;> cents tor three ni >nths' subscription lor the naj r hugs the hallucination to bis uosom that, this quarter gives him the right to oversee and boss the sheet, ami he never hesitates to exercise that prerogative. 1 It; imagin...

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. — 15 September 1910

Ckri ar r 1 IJ/C %JUk 4 | 1 UL.ACIIAN?" The old Indian turned his face from *'1C camp lire and HN fixed his bead-black .'fy eyes on mine. ' "Oulachan," I reK=^)M\| pealed. "Why ?lo men Fv^vir.S call,you Oulachan?" I 'I He turned his wrin""^^j kled face to the fire again and wo sat a w h 1 I e In silence. Then, in the deep gutturals and short, broken words of his native tongue, he told nie. "Many summers ago," he said, "the teepees of my father's tribe stood where wo sit tonight. The white man was not hfjro then"?he pointed up the river toward Kelso?"the woods and tho open wero the Indian's. The Indian hunted and fished and was happy. But white men came up the big river in canoes and they brought with thorn the black death. Warriors, klootchmen, pappoos;es, all aliko sickened. Many died. When the rain and the winter came, no deer meat, no fish hung beside the teepees. For when the frost drove the blac k death away, the hunters were weak. They could not go to the wcodr for deer, and t...

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. — 15 September 1910

I: RQ^^FARM I HOW TO OPERATE ROAD DRAG | There Are Few Periods During Year When Use of Implement Will Not Prove Beneficial. The surface of the average country road should be covered in one round wiin me arag. une norse snouid Do driven on tho inside of tho wheel track and the other on tho outside-, the drag being set, by means of the chain, so that it is running at an angle of about 45 degrees with the wheel track, and working toward tho center of the road. In the spring when the roads are morn llkolv tr> he rutty and soft It Is generally better to go over the road twice or more. The drag should be floored with boards which are separated by open spaces of sufficient width bo that the dirt which falls over will rattle CX1I UU^ll. On roads with heavy traffic the drag should be use 1 much oftener and with more care than on roads with light traffic. The distance from the drag at which the team is hitched affects the I cutting. A long hitch permits the blade to cut deeper than a short...

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. — 15 September 1910

Pickens Sentinel-Journel Vdvcrtimuu K.fen U?'anouu&>'( CuslollU'c nt< Second Cl?*? M Hi. Mutter VIOKKNS, s. 0. : THURSDAY SE1*. 15 11)10 GOVERNOR-ELECT BLEASE. Cole li. Blease is to be the next Governor of South Carolina and we congratulate the peo pie of the state upon the choice they have made. This paper advocated his cause and predicted his election, and we bear the proud distinction of being one of only live papers in the state to rally to his standard. Wo supported him because we believed him to be clean, conscientious. firm and brilliant and we are glad to know that a large majority of the voters here and elsewhere have coincided with our views. We are especially gratified and pleased with the handsome majority given him in this r-oimtv thus nssnrinir us that the voters hero thought as we did. We feel satisfied that Cole L. Blease will make a good governor and render the people honest and faithful service and further that he will be firm and ermssnrv.'iiivn i 11 fli...

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. — 15 September 1910

Pickens Sentinel-Journal: %r~ : ^ | \ \ \ X N \ \*\?\ \ \ V*\/j 1 LOCAL BREVITIES II % - \ I * Somo Things You Know and Some 'C P You Don't Know About Our ^ Towns, County & People j /:\ \ m \ N:\ \ \ \ \ \ nk? ?Blease, Moore, Hampton! All elected. I For Sale?Lot flooring and j ceiling. Prices and quality! guaranteed by J. R. Meece, R. 3, Pickens, S. C., 3 miles S. W. of Price's store. ?Bennett Hill lost 3 memo i books {fnd 2 mortgages between x roads and Pickens last Tuesday. He ask the finder to leave them at this office. ?Married 011 Sunday, the 28th ult?byM. F./Hester, N. P. at his residency, Miss Hattie Hendricks, daughter of David Hendricks, to Mr. Mack Barnes, all of the Tabor section of the county. ?Mr. Addis Sheriff and Miss Alma Brewer were man ied on the28th ult., by llev. J. T. Dob-| son, at his residence. The hap-! py yaung coupje have the con j gratuiations of their many! friends for a happy life. ?Air. and Mrs. John Roper have returned to their home in Pickens, fro...

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. — 15 September 1910

SENTINEL-JOURNAL. ^ [ PlOKDNS, S. C. "Tho good old sumniertlmo" la entorlug 011 lta last lao. Kven Indian maharajahs got to bo nuisances, according to London reports. Some ^ernons divo into shallow water at summer resorts and others got engaged. Earthquakes that lu.te to bo Bnubbed axe careful to keep away from San Prancisco slnco the ftro. Tho crown prince of Slam refuses to be a poly gam 1st and ho does noi say it in Japanese, cithor. If the cows will not Rive milk when there Is no rain wo will bo driven to milking a can of condensed cow. Th,. ... .... vwiu nuiragu iiKurca indicate that omelets will bo moro reliable noxt winter that pouched eggs on toast An Indiana mulo kicked a motorcycle and cyclist across (ho road the other nay. Somo mules seem almost human. That little earthquake out in San Francisco the other (lay did no damago, but tho restored oity did not like tho hint of Its calling again. Our friends of tho Weather Bureau are respectfully notified that one largo veriilca...

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. — 15 September 1910

Mr. William A. Hadforu will answer | quest Ioiih and (?lvo advice Kit 1010 OK COST on all subjects pertaining to the (subject of building for tin; readers of tills paper. On account of bis wide expedience as Editor. Author and Manufacturer, be Is, without doubt, tin; highest authority on all these subjects. Address all inquiries to William A. Had ford. No. 184 Fifth Ave., Chicago. III., and only enclose two-ccnt stamp for reply. unu 01 me most iroquent demands made upon architects and builders 'is for a house of moderate cost, yet one that will satisfy persons of taste and refinement and come tip to what they feel a home ought to be. With the advancing scale of prices both for .building materials of all kinds and ifor the skilled labor required to fashion them into a permanent rfiKldnnni tho problem of satisfying this demand seems to become more and more difficult of solution. The writer has given a great deal of study to this matter, and has come ito tho conclusion that the way out...

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. — 15 September 1910

* > ?nHnnni ^jjjj w*m < I 5 ALCOHOL 3 PEK CENT. , jk Si AVcgetabte Preparation (br As? fi slrallallngthcRwtfamlKedula Sp ting Hie Stomachs andBowusof m Promotes DigesHonJChrerfuV 1 ness and RestXontalns neither I Opium-Morphine nor Mineral. lii "hLrknrt V t? 5 ; ' ! ofOldlkSAMUELPTIWER jffl0l; | if I\m>pkia Sitd" Jlx.Smna * \ ra^,a: jMtUtSdtt' I ia%? r 5? stout3ttd+ I : ?&?,. *(XZit I firm Seed- I h flgnfkd Sugar tmijjnmmmr. / ? rr>|- ? Aperfect Remedy lorConsfipa- I > '^a $j t ion, Sour Slomacli,Diarrhoea U Wnrmc rniTuiilcimic Rnvprich ie^HO M fUI ?W?vviuuiowhou\.?V??N?I ffilffrS nessandLoss of Sleep. k '"(J ~" 'q^w Facsimile Signnturr of , !!j0Cf<r * Kg& Exact Copy of Wrapper. Faced Sleeves. tJftar^Extra Size, Room) CELEB 'JUIW " S H IF Compare size, Quality, Mak< It is Hie working man's friend. The best 50c. woi We guarantee to give anoi Yours for W. B. Fr "At the 0 P. S.?Bring us your Hani get full vali Phone No. 25 for all your ' j/. \A/? ? vv ^ utl...

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