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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 18 April 1907

I feel sc far from anywheresl Perhaps my family IHas got so many other cares '1'hey've all forgotten mle. I s'plose I'll starve to skin an' bono If J stay losted here alone. ---3 * ... ~ISSNORTll'~ By WILLIAM The dusk was just falling when Col' bridge alighted from his cab and mounted the steps which led to his friend's gilices. He found the number a-nd knocked, a little doubtful, for Jim my Sullivan was not an ordinary busi ness man. A deep voice shouted "Come in!" and he ,entered forthwith. A short and stout gentleman who was Writing furiously at a paper littered table sprang to his feet as Colbridgo came forward. "Good Lord-it's )ick! Come in, man. I'd no idea that you would be back so soonl. "Sit down. There's a siphon on your left and a box of smokes behind you." Dick dropped into the seat and stretched his long legs luxuriously. "Jim, you're an oasis in the desert. How's the Missis-likewise the kiddy? !By the way, I've a cabby waiting be low with my boxes." "Splendid, thanks. ...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 18 April 1907

PUBISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING. -BY The Sentinel-Journal Company. TFOMPSON & RIcHEY, PuoPS. J. L. . ''HOMPSON, EDITOR. Subsoription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rates Reasonable. Eutered at Piokens F%)sto?ice as Second Class Mall Matter PICKENS, S. C. t THURSDAY, APRIL 18 1907. Along with the revihal of the od fashioned nightcap, it might be v oll to renew the early-to.bed habit. If the women keep up the suffrage agitation, some of the men will begin to think after a while that they want to vote. It is not always in the theater that we see "playing to the galleris." We find it in every.day life. Some people won't play unless they are allowed to make "grand stand" plays. We hear that the nam s of our esteemed friends, Hon. James P. Carey and Hon. Th.,s. P. Cotbran, are in danger of tinging through the avenues of time coupled with the cocktail.- [Charleston News and Courier. People who have bought their as bestos ascension robes in anticipation of the coming of the Marchette come...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 18 April 1907

NE he past Our A is large tions, Clothing, SI Pickens. DRESS GOO] The handsomest line we I pecially strong, everything in bl as, Mohairs, Eolienes, Worsted, to see the line of Pannama clott 30c and 40c the yard. Our white goods can't be s ings 15c to 5oc the yard. Linens, Lawns, Persians, N prices. Large assortment of Laces Dry Goods are advancing the advance in price and will g< CLOTf I Big shipments being receiv Spring suit till our stock is brol FOL Sole agents foi Sewing M.rlachines Shoes All wn Call for lButteri Pi1kens SnlleJouri1a1 Hapuei Local and Persona! .tnre. Miss v is at home fromn tolleg >rt, visit. Mis. .ewis i8 visiting her friend ily Friday, in Green ville. B, 0. ,Jones, if Greenville, and F. R. Moon, of i hoti y were in Pick ens, Tuesdaiy, on] businees. As usual for the past few years we are baving Maichi weather in April. Mflr3h was more like June anid July than March. The wind finds it easy to raise the "dust"---in which respect it bas the advantage of this...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 18 April 1907

The woman who has perlodical head aches, backache, sees imaginary darl spots or specks floating or dancing boforc her eyes, ha nawing distress or heavy full feeling i tomach, faint spells, drag ging-down cling in lower abdominal or pelvic re n, easily startled or excited, irregn r or painful periods, with or with out i vie cat rh, is suffering from weak I s .s an erangements thatshould have e: y a ntion. Not all of above symptot a likely to be present in any case at o e ime. Negld or badly treated and such cases f .a run into maladies which do man e surgeon's knife If they do not res atally. - '1 dlcne e 't)ch lon la- as 'rc' me - ne has such tt str p) a oro essi m --mirtnwnF ih a The very es ingredients known o medical science for the cure of womtan's peculiar ailments enter into its conlpovition. No alcohol, harmful, or habit.-formning drug is to be found in the list of its ingredinlts printed on each bottle wrapper and attested under oath. In any condition of the female system, D...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 18 April 1907

PURIF BLOOD your eatre sy your stoiach, HOT SPRINGS It is the besi and Spring T< the market, w4 bottle, 3 for $ Pickens ''W e Hand1(1 ' 48 Z{eenskIta le FROM OU R CO Six Mile. Mrs. R H. Holcombe visit.t h. father, Mr. Bill DMauldiu, < Central, Saturday ard Suiiday. Mi* s Essis Arnold is quit. ick ie this writing. We hope IJ se bEI ont t(con. Miss Ann Ahmxander, of thel Ki11 Nectioln, V site d at the 11(imli of MI Lula Arnold a few days last ve.k Burn, to .Ir. and rs. Fletch Evl mut,, it fitle boY. ll isties Luia t11n1d D11enai Ma 111uldin, t wo popubtir y.tut.., hidies of th. Stewart neighb.rhood, wE re ill, lue t, of iheirt (,..1SIV, .\1,i : .phill\ Mauh11ii w,\y t1".sd.ty. Irs. m I. very sit. lit, lliii Th.'', hat mIst of 1!h: h11: s4. *;t , i11 it a~I Jn( we ofr"ct..t. Al.s ls~eStent,r, (,f th l,+:SI"tra vscinity, visited her friends i1( ih, cor1n .11u1"!y 1 <t it.c5 ltiy ht1-t. C It"",:tf I n i v 11 t1i""1 hi-1i. uf; Ib.-h.' I saw a Ib.o new tip hun t ast SI !t y, tlhia...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 18 April 1907

DO IT NOW. l4rom the Now York Sun. When you've got- a job to do, Do it now! if it's one you wish Was through, J)o it now! if you're sure tio job'i your own, "u Ust tacklli ii alono: I:nt't b ;al1 i haw and groltn-. I)o 't, now! 11,11't ;ut il' a bit of work. I)o it now! t rfeinn't pay to i rk. f Y.Vnsnt. lo fil II 1!t)Ine .1;d (em uti ful tcc 111v race t.-S got, up1 and( iiaim ii brace, I)o it now m1't 1il.er iv the naN, Do it noyv --nt'Il loS(' it :;ctu dtmlav. I! othc r f+llowe wait. : ost to u t iiu it's lato. ouI hit. u) i fast'r gait l)o it ow !i' K l:NDl)'lOIN F'A ERFS' SOC I I7TY Orgnnizedl 181. Chartered 1Si. This Hall built by the Soctvty I426. quarterly meetings nd Thurstay in Feb., May, Aug.. Nov. The above is an inscription to bo placed on a marble tablet 3 x ri foot over the front door of the o1(1 Farmer's Hall at Pendleton. Ir you think there ;s any mistake as to dates or correct ness of this incsription, pleaso send in your evidenco to either Professo1 C. L. Newman, C...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 18 April 1907

W. A. Mitchell, dealer in generl merchandise, Martin, Ga., writes: "My wife lost in weight from 130 to 63 pounds. W e saw she could not live long. She was a skeleton, so we con sulted an old physician. .le told her to try Peruma, "She gradually commenced im proving and gett,ing a little streng th. She now weighs 106 pounds. She Is gaining eer -y, anl does her own housework >oking.' i M HICKS' :APUDINE I1 .1ATE.LY CURES HEADACH ES a anske e up COLDS Io 0 TO 12 nOUns TSe 10 td 10n. AS DiusV Bacon-Aordco ing to an expert in p,hrenlogy,the averace ault COLd has a circiumferentce of fully 22 inches. Egbert.-l guess that aver'age is all right. Some ntights my hecad is 16 inches andlC some mornings it is 28 Inches.--Yonkhers Sta:t esman. JUMPING AT A CONCLUSION. "My dear," b,egan Merchant, ner vously, "if any one rhoulid tell you ihe saw me a-t lunch today-"' "Who was she, J1olhn?"' interrupted his wife, "anid who .saw yo'i with her?" -Phila11e'lphia P'ress. CONSTIPATiON is so d'istress...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 18 April 1907

Cures Woman's Weaknesses. We refer to that boon to weak, nervous suff'ering vomen lknowu as [)r Pierco'. Favorite Proscription. Dr. .John l.,yfe one of the Elitorial Stanl of T'! i.': Ecl,.:r-1(0 .1 t.:rc.\, l i:V''I1w say; of U niulrn rot, (1le!tctlonits lin ) which Is on0 of the chief in gredients of the "F"u vori to I'rt'et"i II t '(t " "A retne"\'.v l whc7h invarily" ac"Is as a uter Int lvbh itori ntnkt" for nlotttl ac' tivi'y of llth t"ntir'e rt-lu'tlurtive .ya i"tu." Hie cont inues "ioll I"I,nilts I w :-tave:a nt'dic'a 11111. wlt"h n,t're fully an,we"rs tihe abl ov'e 11olt than anyr, c ! te11 ' ter tlru(! Mifh t'h/ich I (fiml (<ert uinutlet. Ini th I teat 1nt1 of (s0I1"tt's pt" rttlia' to w\"onll-n It Is 'Illiu thal a ca.e is asten w\tihl dlot' not I'rt"st'nlt ,ojjj it l t lo for this rounedia:l a;r'nt." llr. ' t'rth r t' 'a."s: ,"T'l'm followvInt, ar arinnlt' th, flaelng ntml ient ions for lI I"'ru t am ' tIl ) io rut oMot). I'i11n1 or, achin:, ill fit- h,atlk. wvilh l'UI'...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 25 April 1907

te d A r 2 1 t c i. . ar er n S ETNL = OR 6atre April 23, 1903 att Pickns, S. C., as s?obd olae mtattr, undr et of Congress of March 3, 179). ~~ 7 / \ IPIOUNS, SOUTH CAROLIN~A, THURSDAY. APRIL 25, 1007, O 6 1IOM CAT EECT EE. 11 WRITES INTERESTINGLY FROM Ill:, TO WN-- MARRIAGES'FIREi M'NUMETNS. :OTEIIR L1TEMS OF INTERIEST. It is an ill wind that blows no nwo good and meau cprrespondent thaf. will accept tht Phper twelve months free, grtis, and nevor try to contrb'uto Any news. Witl" this in mind,,we are willing to acknowledge' to' the corn, take our part of the blamo and try to come across with a few dots. We are taught by the Good Book that if' we will rennt, believing we'will recuiYe. and that if we' kniock it saall be .open ed unto us. Now if the editor of- the Sentinel refuses 'to accept of our a. knowladgoment and doesn't open unto us he has denied tie faith and you can guess at the roIt. Well, it bas been so,long since we trie.d to compose a plecp for the press that we are at a...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 25 April 1907

Pickes Slltinll-Jourlal PUDJfIHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING. - BY The Sentinel-Journal Company, TbOMPsoN & RICHEr. Pitors. .1. L. O. THO MPSON. EhnTOR. Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rates Reasonable. Entered at Pickens Fostofrlce at Second Class Mail Matter PICKENS, S. C. : THURSDAY, APRIL 25 1907. Nature's Awakening. Take a drive into the country now and as your eyes fall upon field and meadow, there is every evidence of an awakening of nature. The recent %bower, followed by springtime's golden sunshine, has brought forth the green so pleasing to the eye and given hope to the soul of man. What is more impressive than this change of seasons, this coming of life, where a few months ago all was death? Vieing with Nature in all her splendor, a long pent-up human ity takes to outdoors and enjoys the invigorating sunshine. The season when the merchant, as well as the farmer, wears a smile, is at hand. All humanity ever longs for Spring, when all nature animate and inanimate ...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 25 April 1907

_ SE NTNFL U RNA untered April 23, 1903 ,t Piekeus, S. C., as .econd 1b ul,mt+ rr, nuder act of Cnngress of March 3, 1879. VOL. XXXLV, _____F1KC NS SOU?1H CAROLI1A, THlUMMMY APRIL 25, 1007. NO48 " a" GEORGE RAF "t; ". ; Copy1ri11ht, 10o1, byl 11nrhert S. SG the effort t) catUre the ri:11n we seek." T1he p1'inress heatrd the rennlarkiable pr'oposition with face deathly patle, lieitrt: sarcely Ihion1g. Again wuis the duty to (traist:trk thrust cruelly up1o11 her. She couhl save the one only by sacrificing 111e other. "We will do all in our power to--to prove ourselves grateful for your nag nanmlltous offer," she said. As she pass ed from the room, followed by her un cle, she heard lthe incrensing buzz of exeltement oil all -sides, the unrestrlaii. "d expressions of amazement ?lhd re lief from her own subjects, the patron iig entuments of -flijl " iors-all eonspiring to sound her doom. Which way was she to turn in order to escape from herself? "We must cech this man, Yetive,", said Iit...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 25 April 1907

Piokolls Sentinel-Journal PUDJHERD EVERY THURSDAY MORNINO. -BY The Sentinel-Journal Company. TtzOMPsoN & EI(fIEY, Pnor. -i. L. 0. TrHOMPtSOt:, EmTrn!.. Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rntes Reasonable. Entered at Pickens F.atofmce as Second Class Mail Matter 1'IOlNS, S. C. 2 THURSDAY, APRIL 2+5 1907. A New Mayor With No Money. The new intendant and wardens were inducted into office Saturday evening. There will be much howling and growling and kicking because thi new officers do not "turn over th earth," but they will just have t howl and growl and kick, for it take money to do things. There was z money in the treasury to be turne over to the new set of officers, at the street tax for this year went pay Hovey Nealey for being a m shal here. It is up to the newly-elected Offic to devise some means for rAis funds to be used on the town. H they will do it we know not, but a pose a tax on property and a busit tax will be levied. Something of sort will be done, for there is ...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 25 April 1907

IN" I . For the jast Our stock is larg( tions, Clothing, S Pickens. DRESS GOO The handsomest lin~e we pecially strong, everything in b ass Mohairs, Eolienes, Worsted to see the line of Pannama clot] 3c and 40c the yard. Our white goods can't be inis i 5c to 50c the yard. Linens, Lawns, Persians, 1\ pIces. Large assortment of Lace SDry Goods are advancing the advance in price and will g CLOTHU Big shipments being receih Spring suit till r - stock is bro FOL Sole agents foi Sewing Machfines Shoes All winna S e i g M c ieSo s l l nCa ll fo r B 3u tte r i A wiso ntri) slants tll before ho runs out of t'ilk. ilaria Ilallui. eolored, died at LIib ert3 ;ed (3 years. ' >-(xcept when a mtnar to explain why ab;! T -y in VII Istreet hasl$ lhrO m any S(COndi-hail autc V marke:(t. Mr. and Mrs. I Hci bert Parsons, of Liberty, ViSit(l Mr. and Mrs. 13 F. P'arsonis ini Pi(kens8 1bist w%4ek. Of conus. Senator Burt.on wvillI try to get evenI withI the yi-osident, but his jail record is a disadvantA...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 25 April 1907

A Few Poultry Hints. E cen if it has be-n neglected j>An ni. uw, it will still pay to get some a -rh tloo1 into.your flock. Get a i roitis young rooster for every at hens and malske way with ill I.. mi h- l)irdA you kept over fI oim laist" y.. hie chicks will be stronlr 1rd. !etter. Whilo about it get the coghbredl mac l ies. o the turkeys aro ruininlg wt 1r ugwheatt! Wa'tch t.hemu closer, i.('v tre utilig noro bugs than .t, we wiarrait. A ilock of tur wVill )ly their way on the faru oying insects. Wh[eie (1o your fow l roost those 'in- a ht: (1 the hors lagr,(1, biggyv dash, or midor the house? ",wv it nice brosh arbor bcats any of :a long ways. Make it out of . I- boughs if possible. Cedar is b dt fto lico and; lice arej death to r: ic kels. Vhere is the carcass of that ye(ar ri; that (lied last mlonth? Can your fjwls get at it these warm lays? :And %ton had a hon for diunerilast 4uudnv! h': And the fresh eggs for: breal (o bury that carcass deep, or bettor still, burn it up. T...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 25 April 1907

pURI BLOOD your e.itire sy! your stomach, HOT SPRINGS [ It is the best and Spring.To the market, we bottle, 3 for $: Pickens J'' 11(1 ndl Pickens Sentinel-Journal Happenings of a Local and Personal Nature. B. F. PlrAntne haR re'oela'lend His homue repainted. Freeman & Co., gnote a few pricee that interest hov."errt. Mr and Mrs. B. F Parson$ speI t Friday in Gri-eenville. Picke-,s will try ind support a good bs< - ill t"e-1i 1 his 8tsas'in. MIs. Aiitom Rieb 'V of G reenivillo, visited M r.. .1. L Bolt in L'ieke ,s The+ letlilrlist pirsonage is 'eing repaintied. "U clc, Z-k(" hias charge of tie work. M1isses :ib HV1-srlmm,11nd ml"P1 Fin1ec' - ar. visiting Mrs Cr: ore is "f'lll up" Witl 'i I .lling mEr ( blInl a good bu' i A lnr. (g ' rmal of. Pit'keiis pe )l" w<nt to u-I:y T d i-ht, t' t In th lan I11gualge of theW Ande1rson Daily Ma iil, we wi.e~ lcom the cas8 p! an and (do not consider it in thle light of a-comnpetitor. T1hity~ -eighpli cn ts were 14 .V before the boatrd o...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 25 April 1907

coitinop ron first )ago "One Way-- T'I he country businor elitn is rapidiy coinlg to the conIln5io that the best way to mee. the c"omi'. -titon of t..i ity merchutiit and ent .togue houses is to fiirbt thet wit their own weapons. The day whorn amlan can put ini a stock of goods arI sit dOwn and wait for businoss is past lte has to bustle for it and advertis his goods in order that people knov titat he has what they want. Th News this woek turned out tiftto1 hru sand circulars printed on botl ,ridos for one of our local firms, an, theso circulars woro used to ad "ort-is - mply two, artieles, on which the fir makes a special olfort. This same Iirr has built up r.n immtonse busilness o Jato and it has boon dono by Rystemat sc and judicious advertising.. Tho, advertise in and out of season and a "a result tnny novor have a aull spoll When things quiet down a trifle the; advertise a litio more and in this wan keen things moving all the time '' Chewing and Dyspepsia. The lean dyspeptic, t...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 2 May 1907

r 4 1 THE SENTINE I:JO~URNAL E ntorecl April 23, 1903 at Picelns, S. C.. second class matter, u nlder act of Congres of March 3, 187. 'V/ 1 -8 __ -- - IOXENS SOUTH CAROLINA,_TURSDAY, MAY S ,- - - - -N, 1007 / ~ Poultry D< FIIST: Slcct *onr Strain of Bird 1imoprovo tiem overy time s on Good Cock at tlie Ilicad of you liWM E TO MARKET I believe if I undurstand the poultry business well enough to tell tho good ladies anything about their chickens they may ask that nine tenth- of thon would say at this season of tbe year, 'How can I manage to raise a greater per cent of my little chickens?' Be lioving this that so many of our poul try raisers wouuld liko to know better how to handle the little chickens, I shall attempt to give them a short ar ticle on "From Shell to Maturity '' Though I do not claim to have the only plan nor is my way exactly .like any others that I have ever read after, 1 wish to say to those that are meet iug with success to not lot this article change their way. B...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 2 May 1907

Pickeis Setil ul-JOllrlal PUBLIHIIIED 'VF+IY TIIURSDAY MORNINo. ' --BY The Sontinol-Journal Company. TLOMPSON & RICHEY. Pnors. J. l.. O. 'CIIUAMPSON, EUITOlt. Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rates Reasonable. Enterod at Pickens Fustoflmce as Second Olass M'ail Matter PICKENS, S. C. : THURSDAY, MAY 2 1907. Echoes from Winthrop College. Field Day was observcd hero April let. Exercises very interesting. The judges were Miss Austel, of Converse college, Miss Cooper, of Presbyterian college, Columbia, and Miss Powell, of Winthrop. The Junior class won the cup, which is to say they are the best atblotes m school. The Sophomores oasket ball, so they now hold atiful college banner. Ar tnd his oval Venetiau band wore here rtentl3. '?'bir enf tainment was one of the most attraq. tivo on our Star course this year. There was a soprano soloist with the company. We enjoyed some grand imusio. Another recent entertainment was a lectu e by (orge Vincent, of Chi cago University. This is...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 2 May 1907

THE__SENT N4J~UNL Entored April 23, 1 at 1a ekeen, 8 P- secom! ela n r un o ngrai of March 3 """ . l:'^"rw "' -- - ... voS .iliS!(0 d4(ii )j A V" i... o c, ' : 2, I 19 i7 ?' VOL. Xi4i41, P KK i . . ' fd T 1 5 _..._ _ -------- - '-------- ...__.,, ... Ua; il--f iS mat1 ail in a t o-,t yard at 'Iht I'; r. ' l ar n ' n l or n g t es oe will frt. l new I indultry for Ihe 'i ttsi burg distrit. of a woman's life is the n'ime often given to " change of life.'" Your menses come at Io interv'als, and glow scantier until they stop. The change lasts three or four years, and causes much pain and suffering, wvhich can, ihowever, be cured, by taking Woman's Refuse in Distress It quickly relieves the pain, nerv f:iinsng, dizziness, hot and cold flashes, weakness, tired feeling, etc. Cardui uill bring anu safely through this " dodging period,'' and build uip your strength fr the rest of your life. Try it. You can get It at all druggists in Si1.00 bottles. "EVERYTHING BUT DEATH 1 sutffred." wvrit' \...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 2 May 1907

PickellsSelltillelJorllal PUJBIIED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING. -BY The Sentinel-Journal Company. TSOMPSON & RicnEY. Pnors. J. L. U. THOMPSON, EuIrou. Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rates Reasonable. latered at Pickene Fostoolco at Second Class Mail Matter PICKENS, S. C.: THURSDAY, MAY 2 1907. 0H CONSISTENCY. "As long as we have the 'sugar-tit' we are all right, but take it away from us and li, ten to our howling." Hear the syren-voiced Easley Prog ress as it emits one of its periodical eruptions: "After an agreement with the clerk of the Board of County Com. missionera that The Progress would publish all the county advertising at the same rate it did last year, after three months had elapsed we were notified by the supervisor that for the sake of economy, retrenchment and reform this contract could not stand. The commissioner then with out advertising sent Supervisor E. F. Looper to Atlanta to purchase twelve :mules for the county,'which he pro ceaded to do at a cost to t...

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