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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 27 October 1910

S e it t i ii ? I J o u r 11 a 1. Published Weekly. nuisjiHNS, SOUTH CAROLINANEWS OF THE WEEK LATE NEWS OF THE WORLD TERSELY TOLD. SOUTH, EAST, NORTH AND WEST Notes From Foreign Lands Throucih out the Nation and Particularly the Great South. Southern. Aid of the Federal courts was successfully Invoked by the I,aw and Order league to enforce the prohibition law which tho city, county and state authorities have not enforced in Memphis, Tonn. United States Judge McI'nll BKlllllllI .. ? x .... uiiivu ?i i< in jiui urjr oruur against ]! I saloons, pending a hearing, restraining theiu from serving intoxicating liquor. The governor, attorney general, with oth';r ofticials, havo refuses! to enforce (lie Inw in Memphis, and, therefore, the United iitates court took jurisdiction The action, which was a total surprise to the saloons and the local optimists, was the culmination of a long and hitter light to enforce prohibition in Memphis, the largest city in which it has ever been tried. A c...

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. — 27 October 1910

Uncle ? . rsiEwi vS1 U&MU NC'LR SAM'S newest and ^===i 'ilnost Interesting submami tlonal Interest Just now ? h I 11B and Is hailed on both |h I I 1 n Hides of the Atlantic as ? ' m P J# the most remarkablo Kubniarlno boat In tho *> v^-r?t world. This fame Is due to tho Salmon's rocent record-breaking cruise from the Atlantic coast to Bermuda and return?a deep-sea voyage ^ Buch us lias had no parallel In the history of under-water craft. The crulao to Bermuda was not only tho first cruise by a Bubinarlno to a foreign port or ont of sight of land, but It was the longest virtually continuous run ever attempted by such a vessel. The total distance covered aggregated M nearly 1,700 miles and, as It happened, M the little vessel encountered very (rough weather during a considerable t Ijmrt of the trip. m Not only did this nautical excur- t pivm CDiauiIMI ii iiuw lucuru liir vu?- gB pels of the American navy, but It ?ur- B paused all foreign achievements. Tho gj bent performances p...

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. — 27 October 1910

UlVOLE < Newz vSl/BMA \rru r? o a vf?c? * ?nu/n?t find -?i 1 * O/llU U MW?? ? ? _ moat Interesting subma- ' jj| |B| t tional intereat Juat now ' and Is liatled on both H I I 1 R nidos of the Atlantic as *> the moat remarkablo -* Kubinarlno boat In tho -*-?i world. This famo la duo ^ to tho Salmon's rocent record-breaking <r crulao from tho Atlantic coast to Hermuda and return?a deep-sea voyage fiuch aa baa had no parallel In the hlatory of under water ornft. The crulao to Mermuda was not oniy ma moi cruise by a submarine to a foreign port or out of Bight of land, but It was the longest virtually continuous run ever attempted by such a vessel. The total distance covered aggregated % nearly 1,700 inllos and, as It happened, tho little vessel encountered very (rough weather during a conslderaole Jf Ijmrt of the trip. M Not only did this nautical excur- M Jtelon establish a now record for vos- g pels of the American navy, but it sur- B ^ passed all foreign achievements. Tho hos...

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. — 27 October 1910

mMl^Q TO \J V/Jill JKJ JL V/ o Amid a Blaze of THIRD ANNUAL MEET FAIR OC ( Immense Crowds Here Each Ttaems ( Governor-Elect Cole L. Blease Speal Day. Exhibits Were Fine. I c The Third Annual Pickens County Fair come to a close Friday ni^ht amid a crown of splendor and a blaze of tflory. We make the statement without fear of contradiction that it is, and was, the very host county fair ever held in tho South, and the equal of many state fairs. The people arc indebted to noil. yco. r>. ijCii.ue, im tut; success of the fair. To him bo the praise. His, was the master mind thai conceived it, and his was the hand that carried it to its successful close and the fruition of all here was apparent. The various committees were ?j;lad to work for its success and (li-it tlimr tm Ale ' ' ..W ... . . Legare with their plans for the fair and were only too pleased to act on any suggestion ho made. Many, many favorable com -, ments were made about the various exhibits and amusement features. During...

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. — 27 October 1910

>v v;A Pickens Sentinel-Journal i ? ?? ~H: \x \ \ \ \ \ x \ \ \/ v ' i - | LOCAL BREVITIES f, 4 jjr \ ' 5 Some Tbingslflfou Know and Sorao ' | Ay You Don't Know About Our '! ^ Towns, County & People ! /V \ \ \ \ \ N N \ \ \ \ X I ?Why didn't you win you a! watch, bracelet or ring? 300 bushels of red oats for sale, i . G. A. Ellis. ; ?Did you hit the bell? If not why not? I ?Do you know any one who didn't come to the fair? ?Did you see the balloon go up? I , ?Where were you when the lady made the parachute jump? ?Did you ride on the merrygo-round? ?How much did you strike on the muscle-tester? ?Why didn't you go in and ( see the trained goats and mon-j keys? ?Don't forgot the all-day singing at Griffin on the first Sunday in November. ?Wo can t, begin to publish j the names of all who were in Pickens last week. ?The premium winners at the j fair will bo published next week. ?Many Pickens county people are in Greenville today at the show. ?The automobile parade and India* scene...

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. — 27 October 1910

* $ Irml 1 \ frjj|jj DEPAR MAKEOLD SKIRT DO HANDY WHEN CALLER DROPS IN UNEXPECTEDLY. The Woman Who Is Clever With Needle Can Turn Out Almost Any Novelty, and Have It in Fashion. If you have a neat looking bodice you can make use of (be old skirt, which Is still wearable, and be ready for the sudden caller, the afternoon tea, the little evening party and so on. The kimono sleeve is a graceful detail which every day grows more insistent, while th?? collarless neck, devised for fair youth ?loni>. iss th<> privilege now of almost all ages. The sleeve short at the elbow, or a few p ^|P inches below it, is absolutely necessary tor a dressy effect, and the very , dairies themselves seem to be responsible for the few inches of Kiiimpe and underaleeves that appear, so del- ' lente are they in texture. , \pro|)os of those feminine details, the woman who i.s clever with needle and thread may turn out almost any i nov 'lty and have it in fashion. A I urjety of devices is used for lendN...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 27 October 1910

f I //"' ,j - CATARRH OF THE KIDNEYS tnro. Maria Qongoll, Mayor, Minn., W*ltca tho following: " 1 moat inform you that T recovered my health after using yonr valuablo modlciue, Poruna. ** I hod suffered with catarrh of tho Sidneys and bowels, but now I am much better and feel real strong." (GET A SAW MILL { from Lombard Iron Work*, Augu*- n U, C?. Make money tawing neigh- M bor'a timber when gin engine i* idle B after the crops are laid by. \r*isa's\ ? for Couchs L Colds 3 HARDY. Mr. Heavyweight?Well, Willie, why do you look so studious? Willie?I was wonderin' if you ever wwrried sis, if I could bo able to wear yer cast-off clothes. Money for Tuberculosis Work. Tho National Association for 'he Etudy and Prevention of Tuberculosis gives forcible illustration of the way in which a small sum spent in education has seeurod largo appropriations from ...atii, county, and municipal officials. The New York Stato Charities Aid association in the three years, 1608, 1909, and 1910, has spent I...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 27 October 1910

TOLD FOR A MEMORIAL OF HER} Matth?w 26:1-16?Ootober 30 "Bhe hath done tchat the could."?Hark t):8. IN a previous study we cousldered the Great Teacher's triumphal entry into Jerusalem on the ass, and his tender of himself to the Nation of Israel as their King:, in fulfillment of the prophecy of Zeehuriah 0:9-12. That was five days before f^je Passover. For several days Jesus taught In the temple, going at night to the home of Lazarus, Martha and Mary at Bethany. He knew what to expect?that hl9 hour was'come. He knew that even then the chief priests and elders of the people were considering his destruction and hesitating only lest it should cause tumult. Their Indignation against the Great Teacher was (hat lie did not teach as they taught and that his teachings had much more power with the masses than a>i their teachings combined. Anger, envy, hatred, united in branding him as an impostor and in sending him to his death, "for the good of the cause." The feast at Bethany referred t...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 27 October 1910

<* > f I'iHiori") ll))l ail IMcUotiPit s. (!, ,t mocimIiI < !. 111 ? l 'lain* ? Udilcr act or um <??,? ? ol.Tliirt'li >iv 1S7J) 40th Year PICKENS. Si G? OCT. 27 1010. Number 2A DAVID B. ill HAS FUSSED AWAY Had Been Prominent in New n~i:x: lum ramus. FORMER aOVMSR OF SIM Deceased St^t^sman Mad Seed III for Three Weeks, but His Condition Was Not Regarded as Critical, and the End Came Quite Suddenly. Formo;* (Jovornor of New York and ox-Sonalor l>av?d I?, ilill died at his homo, Wolfert's lloo.n, nvar Albany, N. V., 011 Thursday. Ho had bt o:i iil nor./ly thrro wonks with a 00M and a bill 'is attack, bill II I imiiiiiur IKIil lil)I II COI1S1CM It'll Horious. )! ' was j 5t.t. n :;> in boil to take a drink 01 \ .u.-r /hon ho was tV DAY ID U. 11 III Li. seized will; an acute dilution of the j heart. Death quickly followed, with ; no one but a nurse hi his bedside. Hill a Sufferer for Years. Mr. Hill had long been a sufferer I from Brlyht'H dlncase, which primarily bro...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 27 October 1910

Sentinel-Journal. Published Weekly. PICKJ3NS, SOUTH CAROLINA. The fish is tho real father of Ilea. There will continue to bo more weather than aeroplanes in the higher altitudes. Now we are told that flat life will eauso us to round out existence in a lunatic asylum. Cincinnati surgeons are going to wutiuinic k IIISUII S Hl.VIIIVU nuac, UUl not by keeping it on the grindstone. For some thno to come, however, the popular way of crossing the Alps will be by means of the tunnel under them. Good old authority says that It's impossible to tell all the stars, but Uncle Sam's experts have catalogued them. It Is reported from Now Jersey that a cow wrecked an aeroplane. It must have been the .same cow that jumped over the moon. Sometimes it does seem that everybody in tho world is calling everybody else a liar, and nobody knows whom to believe. The average driver of a sprinkling cart, aa perhaps yon have obseived, always becomes fiendishly active just |>efore a he?vy rainstorm. And if you...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 27 October 1910

%m\ ICK FOR FODDER on8tructing Implement e Found Handy on ty Farm. ly 8's 16 (cot long, two <^>ls with their connecting out tho dogs In the 4ine pieces of board 2 I). Measure 6 feet from <jy 8's and cut a notch tb Inside hub of each Fodder Truck. wh 2 by 4 about two feet lo;ar way and nail on undf*p the hub in place. by 6's for cross sticks, nc^th and thickness In tho 2 spiko them firmly, leavlnjnd pieces long enough tovo inches as a braco to <li< Standards, writes Fred Ha Hill. Mo., In Missouri Rube made of 1 by 6, and flKted on. Put a pair of dotn tho high end. lettinp: drag. Nail a 12-inch k . - "<jb maKc wheel guards of 1 Uu are ready for the fod dei4 LAK IN THE GARDEN Onltt In Fall?Select Sweet CFrom Growing Plant? Irbank Plan. JSIE L. PUTNAM.) If fond of young onions do not ?t out a bed of "top onio:he very earliest use in the They do not form bulbs hut t in form like scullions. Yet spring it is indeed re Tresfce able to find an onion bed r use. The tops of t...

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. — 27 October 1910

\ 4 f "YVo are trying to with the lines wo oc and hardware, and pie will need and w< ill our grocery uei Flour: Capitola use to brag on these Coffee: Jackson size* Every cup gn Lard, Sugar, Mea body carries, but in line?\ve do, and ou added sutisfaction o If. lint, liopoooai'v Call or 'phone iih just, like you want t Produce: We hai tor, (!^s, chickens, market price fc Feed Stuffs: lticc can buy. Fattens h Hardware Depart articles as you need etc.; grey enaniel-w, Stoves, ranges, pi] The Win. J. ()liv< the market. A gua plow, no person oai you buy. 1 lorse collars, pad: Tin Hour Boxos, Carpenter's Tools, I3 Guns, etc., and Pete All kinds of Oils f< Come to see us vour trade will be ; during the fair. 1 nrlinf xrAii f ?? i j kjkl i/iavii; We want to meet, y< Remember, we an Peck's old stand are customers right. Y I'ickens. S. (J. PITCH! T w sple por Drei $1.2 and and V\ line in I u.?, c A \ fold sot. spri you is n n lii^l to I / % r3 - A w rc lall slices and itr<; savi...

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. — 3 November 1910

mm . ^ i y " < \ .. / J J Kntcrud April 2.1, 1033 ?! Plc.Keim, S. <3. as Neoond claim mall suutter, uiidor net nf Ci>i]?t-e*? of >lui'(:h 3, 18 l:f 40th Year PICKENS. S. C., NOV. 3 1910. K umber 21 THE GR Matti "The Ron of man camc not to W HMIUTION moves the tion?to please God exceeding great and promise held out t< Jesus?that, if faithful unto Immortality, and attain a plac in llio glories and honors of 1 bit ion so strong as this, whi hearing ear of faith. Nevertli wo are warned, might beconu may attain the Kingdom is oi derstanding, and our demonst to God mm full resignation Messiah in his coming Kin',<l< will bo done <m earth as in 1 hand of (Jnd that ln> may be Tlio prosper! (if the Kingd even when .losus was for.*11 two of his l)t?!ovod followers, tuned a promise tliiil thvv sin on the left hand of the *ireat This recjuest drew from ( mid ambitious disciples had, ji tion. He inquired If they wc reproach and if they were v death?tho Kiicrlfir>r? o...

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. — 3 November 1910

Sentinel-Jo u r n a!. Published Weekly. PICKJ5NS, SOI11'H CAROLINA. King Mondik never knows when to quit dying. Rouge is now ?\ .W .sport fad. The people who use it need it. Football has begun and the doctors are busy saving the pieces. The facial expression of r? man waiting at the phone is not his best. The man who really practices what he preaches does mighty lltt'e preaching. Some of the Philippine* uprisings are no hardy that they last over night. Scandal is the one thing that never gets worn out at the edges by being passed around. A married man informs us that 0110 who tells his wife all ho knows doesn't know much. There are 600 rooms In Kaiser Hill's new palace. He'll have to keep a lilrert girl, \ve fear. Wealthy Americans now coming home in the steerage could not wait for the flying machines. While a wooden leg may be the sad result (if an accident, the hobble skirt is a woman's own fault. And now. since men have proved themselves the Ir.^st dl: hwashers the women want the...

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. — 3 November 1910

1%] i T>1 4? Jrl ?\ Pure - I i I BB8BWiS?KS^3raBlMES^WBm^B^3roKF%'jflLf^ <4|BR - 'V.';-.. 4 HOUSANDS nf travelers hopefully seek Venice year^ ly, their imaginations long fed by the painters and ports who have pictured tho beautiful city In hues and terms which, though it may galleries tc expect. And nowadays this falling Bhort of his ideal is increased by the vulgarizing effect of the penny steamboat?tin* vaporetto, with which the Venetians seoni so contented ? that sots liis gondola rocking as It passes, and stirs up that in the Bleeping canal waters which t,. -? * ^ ?< ?. i ? , cw nci* iiui iiiii^ Ul 1 IH! motor-boat, which is threatening to >Io for the i gondola what the "taxi" is doing for our hansom* /, at home. if such a traveler tie leaving Venice with a I' sense of disappointment, let him by no means \ depart till he has visited the Usher inland of Uurano; for, if he but choose his day and hour well, ho will as?iiredl> take home with him a satisfyin;; picture ...

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. — 3 November 1910

_ ,, mn ni mmmimmum i il 1^, Pickens Sentinel-Journelj vl Ml , Vi t?v- !{ ( ?>,! : i J Ctnei ?t I'IcYouk F>jstotlico as Second Class Mali .Matter PICKENS, S. 0. s TUTMtSIUY Nl)Y. :i tiUO NOTICE OF KliKCTIOV. State of South Carolina, County of Pickens. Notice is hereby given that the -General Election for State and Coun'y OMlcers will be held at the voting precincts prescribed by law in said County, on Tuesday, November S. 1910, said day being Tuesday following the iirst Monday in ."November, as prescribed by law. The qualifications for suffrages are as follows: Residence in State for two years, in tho county one year, in tlie polling precincts in which the elector offers to vote, four months, aiul the puyiuuni six nionins oerore any election of any poll tax theu due and then payable; Provided, That ministers in charge of an organized church and teachers of public schools shall be entitled to vote after six months' residence in the State if otherwise qualified. Managers of elec...

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. — 3 November 1910

Pickens Sentinel-Journal y \ \ n \ \ \ \ n \ \ * \ / 1 s thflflt dnmnnurw < >1 LUUHL DIUHlilEiD *|i < Some Things You Know and Some |1 f You Don't Know About Our / Towns, County & People ^ j j /\ \ \ \ n:\ \ N \ \ \ \\ 300 bushels of red oats for sale. I ] G.A.Ellis, j' ?Seven yoke work oxen for j ^ sale. Gideon Reid, Lake Toxa-; way, N. C. ?Money to loan at a low rate j of interest. See James Kirksey i, Jr., Crow Creek, S. C. ! ?Governor-e 1 ec t Cole L. ] Blease is reported very sick at' his homo in Newberry. ?If you want a good little i place near Six Mile, Call 011 J. R. Ashmore, "The Land Man." ?Dr. E. G. Kerwin, dentist of Easley, .will be in Pickens ev-1 ery Wednesday. Office over Keowee Pharmacy. The managers of the state' and county election can trot i the boxes at any time by calling on G. It. Hendricks or W. L. Jenkins at Pickens. I J. A. Smith, photographer, will be in Pickons on Mondays of each week instead of Saturdays as heretofore. All who want first cla...

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. — 3 November 1910

Wnosfj ONE OF THE |" ^ ?? Ono I sar Burr 1 fc" States bc [ }j > lime in i I :^wte> ' gresB*." H I iA. \VW!^7 a 1110:11 be ^ ^ Pn^n^ > cars of '.Michigan regiment. It is recalled !>: Mr. Burrows made a successful prose the oflicc immediately after the war. As his reputation as a debate! gained political power, and at the cl was appointed supervisor of interna but declined the llice. In 1ST:) the form of his first nomination to congn In the house of representatives leader and he was not giv.?n inonibo unui tate iu his career, but he early lent parliamentarian an.l good presh As a senator Mr Burrows lias 1 to Reed Sinoot, the I'tah senator ace to tariff changes that were said to beet sugar growers Senator Burro publican National eon vent ion at Chic the campaign which followed and wl House. The defeat of Burrows by . tional importance Senator Burrows is chairman of tlgate the charges against Senator 1 'BUTdHFR' \M j ^ With MiZf//, \ sat ional Knws \\ maud iu 11 Tfb//'*{>...

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. — 3 November 1910

MUCH CORN DAMAGED BY ROT Until Recently No Positive Cure Discovered for Ear-Rot?Rotation Is Good Remedy. Partners In the great corn belt, and In fact wherever corn Is grown, have suffered much loss through ear-rot and until recently no positive remedy has been discovered. Ear-rot Ib different from corn smut, that, disease which produces a large outgrowth of a black sooty substance on the ear, and which flies Into the air as dust when thoroughly dry. This fungus (diplodta Zeae) lives as a parasite on the ears of corn and on no other portion of the plant. It 1b sometimes found on old stalks that havo been lying 011 the ground for one or two years. Uot does not occur under any con dltlon except as directly brought 1 Effects of Rot?Wilted Husk. about by tho fungus, and the fungus cannot start except by its own reproductive methods. Keep the spores away from the Krcen ears and the corn will remain sound. Keep the field free from the substance on which the spores are produced nnd tho crop...

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. — 3 November 1910

nanrf Greeny! The Retail Mercha: railroad faro to and fron to out of town custom ei THE PL 1-Como to Greenvil 2-Buy $25.00 worth from members of the M buy all from one store. li-llave merchant t< purchase. (Books can 1 ry.) 4-When rebate bool or send tlie book to the s Cleveland Building;, Grt refunded for trip to and over forty (40) miles. TRADE W1TI CHINA, GLASS WAR] Gilreath-Durham Co. DRY GOODS, NOTION J. Thos. Arnold, Co. Barr's Dry Goods. 1) Sf r;ullov Ar (!o Scott (1o. Hobbs-.Henderson. MILLINERY, COAT : Hobbs-I Ienderson Co. J. Thos. Arnold Co. Scott Co. SHOES. Pride-Patton-Tilman. J. Thomas Arnold Co. J. (). Jones Co. Stewart, Anderson, Mei Hobbs-Henderson Co. Ask your merchant Merchants Association, of members can be seen Greenville ] . E. I Cleveland lkl^., PITCH IN TJJ Wo ; splendii per yai Wo a Dross h $1.25. and out and oik Wo li lines of iii the us coin We ;i folding set. J) spring your p is no j< llein eiigs a high a to pay. One~pric< ( old Wea ? and we have...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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