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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 15 December 1910

l? ."' .: ' (/ f * 7 r m Tk T C* C* W' % I Hf - ft A ' T!> - 1 " "' A: r\ ? t !ii4 l\l Vrtii'Hi'y f:; y ; *! \. j\\l A . k M 1^3 &3IL^i 1 k t.1 vi.JmL,* ty;i v? .J. ii~iJ,,^... UiU'Tfd April 'J {, ) '( iit'lo. lie-is, s. ?!. t< Hiii'iinit clnsN m nl i .1 . u ml it ,?t f >! ' :<> .1 . .-. . ">4 1 < (>.!, J s 7 : 40th Year '' PICKENS, 8. C.. DEC. 15. W10. Number .10 Grreon.v.111? 8S (... ti._ i v^ciiaui iiciuics 111 uie uiisi MORGAN stands for bat A. K. Part Reliable Merchandi mat i Our stock of drv rmod J D Quilts, men's furnishings an guarantee our prices the 1< and squar dealing. If" 01 representation, bring them with you. Idded a line oi men's an from the: way they arc sellin; pie want. Come: and sei i* w A. K. WeNt iOnd. C "More Goods IF * Cold Wea WE I Cold Creams,Ca Kinds of Lo Hands. Hot wat Mentholaluin, ' Svi'iin Vifl - j ir" ' ' ^ * * ' parat ions tor Or S<3(3 Us Fiist. Keowee x UN r Sec ()ur I An.u ; In Fam.-y 13 G ut T Is rriio Brand, cla...

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 December 1910

LETTER FROM MRS. COOK Entirely Recovered From Illness, And Now Growing Stronger Each Day. Cavo Springs, Ga.?"I Bleep better than ever," writes Mrs. Kato Cook trom this place, "and get stronger fevery day. Before I tried Cardui, the woman's tonic, I was very sick, and the doctor's medicine did me no good. I can never speak too highly of your medicine." Sleeplessness and nervousness, from which many women suffer, often make living unendurable. If you aro ailing, no need to stay Ro. Most of the ailments peculiar to women aro preventable, curable. Others have obtained relief by taking Cardul. Why not you? tiaruul is a popular medicine with women. It is popular because it has been found to banish nervousness, relieve pain, bring roses back to pal? checks, and strength to weak bodies. Cartful acts specifically on the cause oT most female ills, and thus It is a medi< ine especially useful in women's aliments, in the treatment of which it has a record of over GO years of success. At leas...

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 December 1910

V. HARITQ HP TUP I ITTI P MHI P ?,"! w W, I III. L_. . | l_l_ I.IWWh. Much Damage Attributed to Them Is Usually Done by Mice Following In Paths?Its Home. (By F. II. SCHEFKIUR.) Moles aro built particularly for their business?fore limbs and shoulders remarkably strong, full of muscle and have a spade-like hand supplied with claws making a capital digging machine. In observing a mole, when put on tho ground after being caught, It will Immediately plunge its long snout in tho earth and give two or three fearful strikes of forepaws, enough to uury moat 01 ills DOUy?tile liintl lem give a comical kick In the air and the mole gets out of sight with 11 startling quickness, and find him it you can. The mole hills which we see a.o not homes, but composed of material which is worked over in forming temporary passages looking after prey. A mole's only true home, fortress or kingdom Is located at a distance from the hunting grounds with which communication is kept up. A mole will consume the we...

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 December 1910

Pickens Sentinel-Joiimel I t> -i. - . H O'juk e utcrm.1 hi PIckoiik l'osioCji'e Se<iotn< * :ih* Mnll Matu-r i'ickens, s. V. : thi/hsda\ hit. i:? mo MAKIt \ i A KUU > t ?, Well, 1 never i;ot to write to the n'ood old S. J. last %veek on account of beinu ill with ?rip, and it w*\s raining too and our mail l>ox is a "fur piece" from homo. But iMs beautiful this morning and 1 thought to Ret u]) a few dots. The health of the community is not so ?ooil. Mrs. W. M. Jones has been "been very sick with grip but is better at present. Jack Frost comes into the house these mornings but it lias not snowed yet. Mrs. Johnnie Capell was able to visit Mr. and Mrs. 1MB. Griffin, Sunday. Mr. 11. Ij. Jones and family visited Mr. P. B. (irilliu recently. \ l .. i i : i > .. . i .. 1 .. i II . t J < 71 t i I ( I ! t < Will 11 r> \ IMini dl his uncle's Mi*. W. M. Jones Sunday, lie \\i': leave Cor (leor;:ia short i\ . Mi 1v'ul)u" C,'ap M <> i-lev accbnii nie 1 v h< r - vi...

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 December 1910

-r # Pickens Scntinei-Journali | jjWSKcfcS .N \ N V IK \ \ \ $ % IJW.II. RRRVITIRR 1H ' uv/uiiu i/ujui niiju : |: fi Some Things You Know and Some ' * | You Don't Know About Our ^ .* ^ Towns, County & People /\ \ V \ \ \ \ \ V\ \ N N o ?For land any whore in Pick- , ens county see or write J. It. j Ashmoro, "The Land Man." U1 n ITS mmn ,lnnf|uf I 1/1 . JL'J . Vjl . IV l L viv^u uiuu of Easley, will be in Pickens every Wednesday. Office over Keowee Pharmacy. ?Have you purchased that farm yet? See H. M. Hester, "The Real Estate Man," he has some bargains 011 his list. ?What about that Christmas fruit cake? We have raisins, dates, figs and citron ready for | you. Keowee Supply (Jo. ?If it is a nice small farm from 10 to r>0 acres near Six Mile that you want, see me. H. M. Hester. "The Real Estate Man." ! Rev. (J. r<\ Kirhy, Metljodist' Ini' l')11. will nreach at the Pickotw Methodist "hnreh on the !th Snndny. Christinas Day at \ 1 o'elt>ck. ' 1 have on hand tin* Invest lie...

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 December 1910

1 - ;\ S <v 11 j i 11o i - .1 n ii v ii n ! P / xv ? * *,/** v/ ? t/ mm m. mm ?.? Published Weekly. PICKJCNS, SOUTH CAROLINA. Above all, do not forget your overshoes. Codflsh Is scarce and high, and a flshball trust is suspected. iu mnut- respucis vins nas uireauy been an old-fashioned winter. And so far no 0110 has invented a ?oft spot for aviators to fall on. Tho English courts have small uso for hypothetical questions or brainstorms. One thing is certain, there is plenty of room for aviators to make high-flying records in. TKa 1.1 * a\~ i * iiu iiiiiw *ji iuii wujuuur cii'i'k are excellent, hut the stubborn climate will not adopt them. Tho ncrvouH wrwlia in Newport are the grocers who cannot collect bills <luo from tho 100. In football, as In politics you cannot always toll. Tho saino is true of love and tho stock markets, however. There are .M nctivo volcanoes In Japan, notwithstanding tho fact that no political campaign is going on In Japan. Pockets In woman's skirts are ...

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 December 1910

i, Mail's . i%J *TU /TV rJT H By JOHN BACK OF ABSOLUTE 0 often proves a lmndicn proportion to the circu 1 as the query is serious 2$ &H nitely may embarrass t ->?> @9 ^l0 y?unK ina *?? li <8*1 has asked for in form nt I I if he had not reason may know. When the at once should be in t (he should be in the position to saj To know and to know that h< the unqestioncd better situation. ' call for appreciation of a prompt spect. Hut that answer that is which may be accepted and still most embarrassing failures possibl troubles and loss of time and effo lan employe beyond anything the e Offer the man accepts as acci jhavo been passing more or les3 cui the simplest, easiest thing in the v lute, he never has thought of quest {passing on- this information that 1 Ihis attitude and expression carry a i+Vtn infrtf nnfinn io \ n/inu m 4 r\ *f *a !ita conseq lenees. To tl e observer it is appallin (current as fact when it is farthes misinformation becomes current w There is i ??, o...

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 December 1910

t We take this method and i which the, have bought of us. en our sincere appreciations, With prices cut all to piec* DECEMBER, 19th, at 9 a. m. During these Six Days of EDISON PLiONOGRAPl 1 val With every pnrchase of $\ ing for the machine will take p This is a good machine an The knife ha: ?l>i en shovec spent at our store. "Plenty ar when you DO Come, So come chandise at the beginning of tli It yon uitss this f<-a>t, don' bring corn, peast , oats, eggs at but wish to call your attention 1 SI 1( ) ICS. You arc P.'irbiculur as to w hat, you put vour Coot into and vvhon you pill theni into a pair of shoes W K SIOLL you ha vesotnothivi; that. Particular pooplo liko. All of our shoos arc made j by Partictilar people. They aro i Particular as to tho ixood oualit v i of the leather. particular ;is to; the shape and lit and lasl; their ' idea is to pcivti you just as much i of Good (|iialitv leather, work-j manship and wear for 1 he nion- ' ev as can possibly ho put into a i pair...

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. — 22 December 1910

" / ' er ,/ . ilfl |{ %i % V, l-\iS ' \l<: ifr v ?#> 1 ?\ Y? \ l\ ".' i v^ .s * ?, ^ '. ?' s ti l Ik \&*J &3 JLy 1 'i Id ii ;jiu|4 J.^ ..... j ...... ^ .> . killvrfil april t? 1 f)i).'5 at V*i<?knilH? S*. <!. *? .( mil i!.i??h ?ih . >i.> i u*<?. or .(<*( ??i C*mii?imvsh ot .YSarrh .'j, 1S7!) 40th Year PIC&EN?. 8. C\ DEC W% 1910. Xumber lit / ' . .x PJ Oreonvillo S Certain names in the busi MORGAN stahds for bai A Pa r?l, jljli jv? jl 111 i ft Reliable Merchandi mat Our stock of dry gooc Quilts, men's furnishings an guarantee our prices the 1 and s(|iiar dealing. II o representation, brim;- then with you. Idded a line of men's at fro.ii the way ihey are sellin pie want. Conu; and s< A? K * West tOnd. < " VIore Goods IF f Cold Wea v *.WE Cold Creams, G; Kinds Of ik Hands. *u 1 ; Hot wa Menthol at mn, Syrup. V ick's partitions tor C ISee Us Fi i st. Keowee NUN S-l i % (\ ^ \ i l1 I i ?\ i \ ^' V \ V / U1 U I I hi l-Vincy I GUT '! Is Th<i ...

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. — 22 December 1910

U A r*JT Mill a woman~aTr! ???????????? Thousan out over so there is a t,l? ^roat m need not b 1 ^ M,SB ,E' 1,11 V wmr "ixl it i* it \ \_ '!r^'^ $W her plannln W*" 1m/ learn to \vu Tod i Ix'Kaii years ago oYitiiiwu iivui iii .\iiiipuia recently. "1 <1 toward," she says. In answer to a quesof an airship wants to achieve is a sh matically, like a bird. That more than practical. "We're not working toward it very content here to continue making spec exhibition work. The public is dellgl thorn plenty of space; but that won't when the public will demaiul soinethin Is being dune on airships abroad. Ti there. Wo Americans skim over the the personal Jealousies of aviators. I 1 I think it will be a great pity if the do litigation over patents. "I believe airships will bo used as They won't take the place of troiley c ships. They can be used for exploratiu will save. They will bo of endless val vations for the best poi-its for bridges Immensely useful in w?r imt let l. to bo Used in. "It is...

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. — 22 December 1910

;/ ; v \ ;x^Sl ?Mrte/,.'v;' ji-F^s i . *' *,!' * \? ^ If HI ~ W CHIC EFFECTS IN HATS i I SEASON'S HEADWEAR INCLINE TOWARD COQUETTISH. Flexible Hats of Velvet, Felt or Beaver Which Are Worn to Reach the Evebro\A/R Am Uoru Pnn. ular. In (ho headwear provided for our choice this season, a constantly growing tendency to soft, bonnet-like shapes, has developed; some lovely, coquettish looking models. There are any number of flexible hats of velvet, felt or beaver, and these arc supplemented by others in which fur is introduced. They set. down over the head, and many are worn to reach the eye 7~ ]i brows. As the season advances wo may expect to see little bonnets of ifur, or if not entirely of fur, then of veivoi una liir. or beaver cloth and fur. Ono of the prettiest shapes Is a cap of velvet with plaited velvet edge, trimmed with a novelty hand in tarnished brass effect. The band is finished with an ornament made of tho same material. Another small black velvet cap, whose crown is simpl...

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. — 22 December 1910

??1 Pickens SentineWournel . ? . i? * i? ? < mumi At IMpAoun I'tjKtoftlct* an MhU r.JaUt r r PICKENS, S. C. : THURSDAY l?EC. 22 l?10 CHRISTMAS TIME. This is the happiest time of the year, and especially does the children look forward with the brightest of anticipations to the morning, when, light breaking xt xl l i.1 1 mrougn ine sny, tney awaKt-, and with bright faces, eager eyes, quickened pulses and light footsteps, they make for the chimney corner to see what old Santa Glaus has put into their ct/vlrinn'a OV? flin intmcdilPO nf UVVIfll t^Ui V/H, Illlivvv?*vv V * childhood, the bright anticipations the happy yuletide conjures up in the breasts of the little people. May they never depart from the lessons of happiness, generosity and good cheer that thev have learned in early life. May 41,.. Mil; ntt/iii LcaiU'iuo ui MIL; iicvri embitter them against the good in this'world and may they never lose fait li in I heir fellow-man. "(Jlory to Ciod in the highest, and on earth peaee, g...

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. — 22 December 1910

Pickens Sentinel-Journal N?V\ \.\ \ \ \ \AA \ \ \ / 5 LOCAL BREVITIES *1 ,| i t\ 6 | Some Things You Know and Some % | - You Don't Know About Our | ' ^ Towns, County & People" ? The Pickens Lodge of K. of P-'s had their annual banauet Monday night. R. M- Bolding will close his singing school at Griffin Dec. 1 4i3d, with a concert given in the afternoon. K&owee Lodge No. 79, will install their new officers Thursday night and will servo their annual supper. W. A. Edens, who for the past two years has lived in Pi^lffint lifla mnvorl t/i fVio W H. Crane farm. The various schools of the county have suspended in order to give the children a ten days holiday vacation. Married, at Easley on Sunday Decern oer 18, 1910, Mr. George Garrick to Miss Jessie Chandler, W. A. Chrisdrmhor nfHirintino Services in the Methodist church next Sunday the 25th instant at II a. ni. Everybody cordially invited to attend. Pickens (Jamp \V. (). \V. Weill In sv:iy;lev' S:i 111 n 1m v i>i<rl-.l to a...

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. — 22 December 1910

S e n t i n ? 1 - J o u r n a I. Published Weekly. PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA. Precipitation Is aviation's worst enemy. Airships have not yet filed freight xartirs. "Winter is looking over the fence &t us. Nicaragua gives signs of refusing to stay put. "The hobble skirt is passing," says b fashion note. IJut slowly, of course. One of tlio requisites of an aeroplane flight Is a check for a good-sized amount. One of tin' Rhorklnsr now nlnvs ! brought out in New York is named "Electricity." The thumping of the steam pipes in the early morning means more noisu | but not more heat. Chinese officials must give up their Jobs or tli"ir queues. The latter will naturally have to ko. A London scientist has Invented asure euro for a cold. So has everybody else In the world. A Ilooslor dentist has planned a tooth insuranco policy, lie may bite ' off more ilian ho can chew. In future, when aviation meets are to be stopped by the police, they will liavo to have more "lly cops." There nre ?0,000 r...

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. — 22 December 1910

/ I World * Nation i ' ; >?n By ADA MA stani.f.v .1 rami O a historian. But lie is fn I prophet. lie founds his 1 way deduces them, as lo( [ quences from his premise j H the answers to problems ' ISu'.Wl They are the ealculu course of comets thousar, of their visible arrival, a expects liis predicted phei within I'no period of a thousand yen 'stranger and rarer than comets. Ii what nnvr>r lino lumn A ? ?#! ? . .yw 41. iiilU 111(11 JO (1 The Bible talks of all peoples <1 feasor Jevons believes it. Ik' has c jwill rule the world state. And he 1 and he has predicted a world executn he believes there will be such a sovero I finds the beginnings of him and his ( with The Hague tribunal and the c fercnces. Some international government .exmeu lor years. Unly they work i lone knows about thorn. Hut the sig 'counted by its quiet and non-notoric Resides of course people are grc is realizing as wo all become more a of the world's fair in Chicago there 1 Mapes Dodg(i conducted with he...

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. — 22 December 1910

/ m.i sMfl If you Don't it is have been in and Our Gren With prices cut .nil to piec DECEMBER, 19th, at 9 a. m. During these Six Days ol EDISON PI IONOG.RA1M I val With every purchase of $1 ing for the machine, Will take p This is a ^oocl machine an 1 he knife ha^ b. en shovec spent at our store. "Plenty ai whe n you DO Coniq, So come chandise at the; beginning of tl) 11" yon rniss,vthi^,fea.st, don' bi in'j/ corn, pensi r-^>ats. c^>'^s at but wish to c;ill );<}ur^attention t < 'if. , , C1T TY\ liU1 O 1 1 W.fcljO.. , J 1 1 !# * You an- I' lifiujaf us (o what yoirput your f^Wifhi'to and whqn you put them i.utf) "k' pair of shoes \V10 SKI iL you have something that Particular people like. All of mir kIiopm nre mnilol by Particular people, 'l imy art; Partieular as to 1 lie good quality of Ihc leather, particular as to the shape and fit and last; their idea is to ^;ve you just as much of Good (pialit v leather, workmanship and wear for the mon-j ey as can possibly be put, i...

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. — 29 December 1910

N| K , ^ ^ liL ' i /\L,? Euioroit .\|?i ti ; ;. i m i .?> | ,i??. ^ f w "(-(Jill, (iCtT tit/ ir , . . Vl?r ?ft oi ConsrenK of 'iar?l? a. 187?) / /( A A A .s, s. (; />AY;\ - ? - - -- ? -V ? /o/fl ' Number 32 PA reenville Sc "A merry C hauov New Yi 11/ ens County F leberal patroi enabled me tc one of my years. YOU appreciated. I hiring 1911, Il'Mry McK Wo >tl, I shall our best servi continuance c: / I am, Yc A. K. End. G " VIore Goods 1 1T IT We thank Customers fm (hiring i 91 o, 'Purr. Fresh 1 "You ^et Wl1 and "One. pri madi* lots ol I I loping to urc of scrvint and wishing \cw Year, V krovvrc vJ ' I 1 ! w ? i V ! ' > i; I 1 f i } 1 I 1 > l > \ i < i r * i , lass, ( 'a kn, 1 if>1 lor ( 'h rist mas Mour. It is 1 Ik A hoai. 100 |)oi 11(1 (" )> - you 1 ) (> 11 :'1 n r. I) our ! I'(;r ( I .. J J , k i m i s (;1 < \ ( w Lo. oi.' Sli Sizes, Full 11 n a ps etc. W. :7>, : ,k \( t RK mtli Oarolina,. Christmas and a ear" to my Pickriends for their lage which...

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. — 29 December 1910

K)\ ? 1 L_ ivp ? 8 ?ii I. i ? ??1 - * " " ? V. IK ~ fj if II I II Published Weekly. PICKJSNS, SOUTH CAROLS Circumstances and lawyers cases. Anyway, the unwritten law seei have a lot written about It, w? - am n good deal hat.pier bee of a lot of things wo don't know Without tho shedding of blood t seems to be no way of conquering air. Bra? about a Klrl to her fe: friends If you would discover faults. Tho Seine seems to have acqui tho Ohio river habit In getting c banks. If yon can't pot what you want v don't you quit wanting it? It la Dier a state of mind. When tho doctor tolls a man to <11 tho patient proceeds to refuse all t things ho dislikes. A regular feature of the Mond morning papers is the list of dead ai Injured among Sunday autolsts. Iyaurn * !* u^uu i,inopy, who advoeatt the Idssloss courtship, Is pushing tl most unpopular propaganda on recor It Is alleged as proof of a Now Yor man's Insanity that he was no good a bridge whist. This is very Gothan. esque. Our idea of a ...

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. — 29 December 1910

I Man's ; ^ love fty OE 1 0 WOMAN need wast tion, "Can a man lov Most men not c as many more, given I a r>rnr?ti<>nl w^mon I lKr 1 ^0VC8 ^er blisbai certain of being his \i (BfeMMHuJi resembles the pigeonli with memories of pm vise; some forgotten, some fa recalled, bring a sigh of regret, s ScaT)e. Yet enrh nnr? u-liilo if i to bo genuine and lasting. Aiv ho etill ia ready for another and Indeed, there are eases a-ph not only are ahle to lovo ono won case may be, but that some, at Ion two women at onco with what, thoreof. mi * ... j acre is nothing in which than in this ability to lovo 11101 may bo "ft very weathercock," f her mind with the rapidity ain weathercock, bIic points to but on It, indeed, is rarely that sh prefers, always providing she is servant in Scripture, she is unal the one and cleaving to the other. * - 1 1 1 ' 1 viaw man jvt luiieu-a nurscix 111 ic Still, a woman may bo oqi cither, and so not ho able to toll i one is devoted in his attention ar gratified...

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. — 29 December 1910

.ipickeuj Sentinel-Journel . ... . ?, ^'&te\txcG *t Vlc*eo? Foetottlce as Secrw. U'ust 1U11 Mutter PICKENS, S. C. : ' "i ';*iu\ !>r.c. J > r.uo < A Card Frcm Friv! Wi!lir?r?*s To the Sentinel-Journal We Ih'ja spare in your pape for this article ami, ask voir Christian readers to say t( whom belongs the surplus. Tht' follow ing assessments 011 andidates to defray the expeii m-s til nuKimti mi1 cUMMion. ]u intinir t ickets, etc., were niatlo bv tlu1 executive commit trc: Senator, $:?), 2 candidates, >'i>0 .Koji. I"), I " i;0 Sup?'. 20. I, " HO Com. 10. <i, " (50 Pro. .) "dn'o 10, I, " 10 Tivasiuci' 1"), 1 " !."? Auditor 1"). 2, " :{() pSupt. Ed. 10, I. " 10 Coronor 10. 1. " 10 Mnuistratr 2. 10. " *20 I ( r ;i l ;l 11 ioil Ml l .l IS(Ml A '':'1 to I'l'Solvit ions ;;' ! < ;:t i ! >\ t hi- ! )('in?K'ratli < n< lit!!-- a ml niof ions i?l< <;>! otl v ; i '1 i < ; i' i \ ( < '< >! i! 111 i i; i>i! iI- ; h of .J u! v ! . ' , Mi! . ;? ...

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