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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 2 December 1903

MILLE-R-JOHNS TRIAL. Courtroom Crowded to Hear Vlo41ng Arguments. Cnclniti. Nov. 20.-Tle United Statos district courtroom was crowd ed this 1mornin9 to hoar the closing arguients inl thle seond tril of Dan Jul Voorics Millor, of Torre Haute an1d Josgeph M. JohnS, Of ItIOCk(vill, Ind., chargeld with conlstjiracy to ex tort a bribe from John J. Ryan. While many Indictmen-ts havo been returned in different parts of the country this year was the first case to e, '0 to trial. The crowd awaIting k ver dict today 1 as largely com.posed of the political friends of the defendantts fron Indiana. There Were also many prescnit from Washington City, who have been assis-ting as witinesses and many of those attending the Lartonia races contributed to the attendance. Ryan is known to all of them, being hitisclf at the track daily. In closhig for the defense Attornoel Spa:mns dwelt on the motive of John J. Ilyan, in turning state's evidence to save lfimsflf and in stultifying himself in order to mak...

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. — 9 December 1903

'it4 ___I -. P CE N S . S E_________IN-E L ___ ..------- Enitered April 2,1903 at Pickens '. . secotd clas ntter, under act of Cougrost or M r ch 3, 1879. VOL XXX___ PICKENS, S. C., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1903, DIRECTORS HOLD MEETING. ThomrAville and Gulf Road Goes Into Consolidation. Thonasiille, Ga., Dec. 4.-'The board of directors of the Tifton, Thonias. ville and Gulf railroad met here. The consolidation of that road with the Atlantic and Birmingham railroad waj unanimously authorized. At a meeting previously held the Tifton and Northeastern and Atlanti: and Birmingham directors had voted for iorger. Immiiedately after the vote here a contract was executed. The new system will be known as the Atlantic and Birminghamiu railway. 'It will control 220 miles from Waycross to Montezuma and from Thomasyille and 1Fitzgerald. Officeis of the consolid'ated systems are: President, W. G. Rtaoul; gener al manager and vice pros!dent, George Dole Wadley; sccretary, C. Fred Rted. ding; director...

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. — 9 December 1903

PUJULP11sHED EVERY wEDNICADAY MIoRNINo. --B Y The Sentinel-Journal Company, To'IPsON & RICHEY, P.nors. J. I,. U. TIln ,1 OM.N, ED)ITOH. Suibscriptioni $1.00 Per Anuum. Advertising R1 tes Reasonable. Entered at Pickens Postoliee as Second Class Mail tter PIJCK ENS, S. C. WveduNdaly, Dee. 9, 190:1. The receiver for thle notorious ship) combine has4 recommended that pro ceedings bo taken agvainst Charlest Ml. Schwab) and otenr to ecmpel them to pa 'y for the millions of Stock which they received for nothing. The ceiver p-ut-4 Schwab anid Ia asmo. ciates in 0h0 same11 caitegory with other thieves. The parc-els post bill nill unldoubt.. edly Come up for consideration ait The eninel einal of Comnress, And merchants11 aind express compa nies thronighout the 'United States are arned masaling, their fores il opposition lo the measure. At. thle smetime tlho frmters and the big maticrerhusesll,, areomClan an cqually% str-ongf effort to have the bill passed. The bill provides for I. Cheap r...

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. — 9 December 1903

It. eiapilea1ng of a Local adl Personal Nature. I --Joseph-Prio on' the Keowoo side isvery sick. .-.. Ei Hamilton has recontly kill d a year ol pig which notted 400 lbs. -The present price of turko3s vhould induco peop!e to raiso m'any next 3014r. .-omo men trust to luck in this morld, and solmie others are lucky to :4tirlst ed. -.D. W. McDonald of tho Six .\ile .etion iW moviig to the 'Anderson >ton mill,;. -Bub Evans is building a good I arl and.dwelling. on the Gap Hill .id Six Milo road. --'Tho merchaits are nepw displaiy )lg some beautiful goods suitablo for *he Christimate holidays. -Th'lat exKcellen11t farlmr J. W. M.E )urham killed a pig nine1 monlths old ..hich ietted 200 l1). -Sotme one hias truti lly said ,hat "a lot of' pople would rather bo u style thin out of debt." -R. L McDonald and two .little bhildron of W alhialim, visited relatives u the Enoun stolion' recently. -Mrs. Benjamin Botgs who was )aralized liat Ohristmis noar Jiberty s still in a helpless condition....

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. — 9 December 1903

K y . ur hihiskey '70 AAl -LOOK FOR THIS TR{ADE-MAlRK ON ]RVERY B3oTTLE, MEDI E FM1 ALL MANIN. -Mr. Elias HaIrtz, widelIy kIIownO iin Roatling, Pa., as tho goosebono propjhot, says: ''I havo heern takinig latiy's P't .Jblt, U' ltiskey for a nitribe.r of years as mly omily stiinulant - -anl toalic. I ta mn now 8a ye tXra old, hole, hearty, awl 0 i igootls as a1 run11. ot' forty, anti1( havo overy re:isoni to believi . Iwill live to a mmtceh riper obi rigo if I catn always have ai sup pyof Dulfy's Poe Malt WhisI:<s, which is 15 !ny113 tttcullintio. 1 ntover havo cols or Iintligestitin, ori any3 organie I i ei 'ile. .1 laiow I lia't, it is yqur- vali tablo whiskoy thait has kept - . o so free franm siekitiss. 1 v.:; t muh~l leti w itI h isomnia beforo I uscel it, but nmow I can lepas resti'ully as a limbty. L feel ito we'n krass from iity elti ago, (10ti1 I heartily recomi maond Iutil'y's l'uro Malt uV h iskey t o niayorio who wishes to keep strong, younlg and vig~orousi. Dutry's Pu...

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. — 16 December 1903

A HOLIDAY NUNIBE PICKNS SENTIE:JtUNAL y Eitered April 23, 1903 at Pickens, S C., as 1'ecold class mat tr, under act of CongrCss of March 3, 1879. VOL XXXIII. PICKENS, S. C., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1903. NO3o 31 ~ v1 : kiA 4 1.1 -,\N J fif ~~ ', ~ '~ _ ~ PJ >p~jf Kr\ -: Zk . / 0 -b - -6 g A n -n - j 14 4.

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. — 16 December 1903

VOCTORUS CH'ISTMAS - STO'RY ItECMIVIED one mornilng tn my surgery a visit from Herbert SprIngthorpe. "I have heard a good deal of you lately, doctor," he said. "That was a very clever cltve you effected In my friend itussel's Case." "That vas nothing," I roplied. "I discovered that mny predecessor lin the case had made a itistake in his ding nosis id was treating the patlent for an imaginary dise.ase, thereby aggrat vntiig Ohe (i froi which lihe was real ly sufferlng. I simply reversedi the treatnietii, w ielivreupon t'ie ptieniit, who is a Inan of excellent constitution, be gall to Inlend dirIectly." "You are iodest, doctor," lie said laughingly. "llowever, I have suili clent coniideiice ili your Judgnient to ask your idvice 1in a1 soliewhat dell cate ria tier. The del!vacy Iles In tho ci rcluiitsta le. thaIt the uttieit filist be kept in igiorance of tle fact that she Is being observed. It Is toy wife, Mrs. Spriigthorpe, to wIhioiml I rceer. She has beenl Inl faliling hevalth for ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 16 December 1903

THE PICKE NOW I Our Ginnery has been running Our Mill is now ready for grind Bring your SE)EDS and exchan price ]or all of your seed, just as yoi Come to us and see how well w( but will pay as nuch, or more, for y THE PC 4J .Only a Few\ lDays More .. -:o - Buy Your Presents .2 And if you have not called I on mel. Come at once. 1)0o e not wait until the goods are s SAll kinds of Presents for th e 9 Babies, Children, Sweet -heart, Wivyes, Sisters and B2Irothers. E 1 have pZuChased1 on'e of. the latest U raphophones 0anid 811 the latest pieces, 5: which will play for you 2 while you wailt. (P Come soon~ and avoid the rush. Next (1001 to Big Store. * W. H. JOHNSON. ZEADY FOR BUS on full time this season and we thai ing and you can get plenty of hulls go themi [or meal and hulls, or we N I prefer. ScaIn treat you. We ave not govern< -o0ur seeds than any otle market. KENS OIL MI PICKENS PEOPLE! Stop at the "QUICK LUNCH" Room, B. BiAU M A N, Prop., for good1 old fashion ed Eatin g. 11am...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 16 December 1903

PICKENS SENTINEL=JOURNAL. PUBLISFIED EVERY WEl)NESDAY MORNING. THF SENTINEL=JOURNALCO., THOMPSON & RICHEY, Proprietors. J. L. 0. THOMPSON, Edi or. Subscription Price $1.00 per Annum, Strictly in Advance. Advertising Rate, are Reasonable and made known ou Application. J. F. JACOBS, Clinton, S. C., Manager of Foreign Advertising Department. l'ntered at the Pickens Post Office as Mail Matter of the Second Class. PICKEN5, J. C.: Wednesday, December 16th, 1903. OUR CHRISTMAS EDITION. Sincc the consolidation of the Sentinel and the Journa making the larger and more effective newspaper called th< Sentinel-Joirnal, our progress materially has been such as t( justify our original hopes that the town of Pickens have a news paper that will prtoe a credit, not only to its place of publica tion an(I to its management, but to the community and th< county at large which support it. At a considerable outlay, w1 have added to the already well-e(quij)ped office and now th< material at ou...

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. — 16 December 1903

A Hlapepiugs of a Local an Persoli Nature. _-Have you paid your titxes? -"'The's a gude time a coiniT!' -J. E4j. Parson8s it able to bo up WnI. -A Merry Christm is and a lappy "ew Your to our readert! --Born on ths 14th inst., to Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Allgood, a lite girl. --Born ont the 15th inst., lo M' .md Mrs. Jake H. Gillespie, t fit)< hov. - An intellectual main admires it foolish woman becauts site almire I hit. --Fresjh currants, citronl and rai ::ins for your fruit cake ait It. I I(oark's. -Born unto LMr. and Mis. Vadlker \V. Ytountgblood, on 11lhe 9th inst. i -A good husibandtl is it man who ib A allo0w11 to spend nti.y of his Itonll oil himielf. --In a1bont a mtonti th liishitrE ill ineet anld no Sallpox Sealro ims enl started yet. -Thoro are very fewiv f 1rmite's il is cou Lty 0ta have ot une ho. hominfy this year.. -The Pickens h1I'rg Co., ha-1 oi and ia 1upply of "L e Powder-s' >)s, doi't ill go tt, onc . -Just one more week and th< ungster8 will be hunting sto d...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 16 December 1903

POLLY HANGING HOLLY W [T1 Poly I clianced to be hanging th1 holly. WithI'olly the roguIsh, with Polly tl1, sly; With Polly. who's brimming with frolic and folly, A (u1p 1on lier lip and a jest in her eye. The whial it was grieving, and shadows Tlhelir hairk web without o'er the face of the sky. Wit hin it was netrry with green leaf and herry, And I'olly, close by, with a gleam In her eye. "This holly, I know, sir, you wish inistle tow. sir!" Cried I'oliy as o'er us a wreath we hung high. I lookedl it lier, laughing, to see were .she elailltg, Anl. oh, wliat a glint there shone out from her ('ye! rA 6-i "TillS IOLAY. I UNOW, sIn. YoU wsII buls'i1WT101'o., sin!' Iow like ihe rose peiut on whilh the bce set l cs I Iteel, wt-r! )I I yii lips were I'he liolly fruit's flye. "le It 1istletue, le:i t, a miiit uto or so, flear!"' "A iniuite?" breathed l'oh1y, with mnirth in her eye. So it's. oh, to be hanilling the holly with i'olly, W111 Polly the inisehlevous, l'olly tile Mly! WitI l'olliv...

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. — 16 December 1903

1872~ For the past thirty-one years wehave been liberal busincss and friendship of these good peo various lines of merchandise that we handle. Th thing needed about a home or farm. We handle Dry Goods Clothing Gro Suit Cases Watches Harne( Wlhips Iron NEW- COO'dSm NE AND ib For both ohd an~d nh~e. nusomrs on all Fall and 'Winter Goods for and during the Autumn months; of the new year 1 903. I want all who read tis to take fair notice not to buy goods from me unIlessi you want to b)uy at the lowest prices hat they can be sold at and guarantee fair dealings and hon *est pes Fori the next 3 mfont1hs I will se!l to all who trade wvith me for- every $5.oo puirchase worth of anything in the (dry goods hne I will give :2o lbs oIf granu: l 21 u gr for si .0o. 1 will not sell sugtar at the n .ove p rice only w heni a $5.oo purchase is made all at one time, and1( theI above demanded by the cus tomer. With each 50 11b sack of my "ROI lER EXT R ACT"' flour I will give free a pou nd paclka1ge of...

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. — 16 December 1903

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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. — 23 December 1903

- - , 1 9 - 4 4 - - "" ___________________ ___________________ ~~~~23, 1903 at Pickens, 8. C., a eodcasiatr ne c fCnrs fMrh3 89 'voL XXXIII.PCINSS.CWDEADCME2319. TERESTING EVENT AT NEW OREANS ff1oia.1 elObi ation of tho Louisiana Traisfor, CO'MMEMORATFS CENTENNIAL. Feature of tie First Day Was the Review by Governor Heard and Dis. tirguished Pacty of the French'and American Warships. New Orleans, D.ec. 18.-Under the anspie6s of the tate of Louisiana ,city of Now Orleans and the Louisiana H1sLorical Society the eories or officiai celebrations in commommoration oi the centennial of tho transler of tiW Louisiana terriLory fromt France to the United SLates was begun today,'the day's feature being the reviow by (ov. ornor Heard and a party of (ilstinguiSI. Cd guest s of the 1Freich and American warships vhich have comc here te assist in the Ceromonial. Spain, which owned the territory belore Its cossion to France, acceptedt an official invitation to bo roprosentoed, but her-'warship has ...

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. — 23 December 1903

'7~~ luin r UIsHED lhVERY WED1nESDAY MORNINO. --BY The Sentinel-3ournal Company. THtoMiSoN & RicinnY, Pitors. J. Lj. 0. TIOtMl'SON, EAITon. Subscriptioi $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising R ites Reasonable. IHntered at Pickons Postoilee as Second Class MaI Maitter PIuKENS, S. C. Wednesday, Dec. 23, 1903. The M.yor and the Editor. A story which is a favorite with1 General Joselpli Wheeler rellites to the mayor of a southern town and the editor of i papeir pgbli shed there. The editor, a little in1, had caustically criti-ised file mayor, who was a giaIt in statlre, whereupon the lai ter called iuponi the newspa. per man mml said: "If it were n1ot for the dignity of yi oflice I'd wipe N you ofY the planet.. Get out of town, I .or I shall certainly (10 so when my term is finished." 'The editor did not leave town. Instead lie became a candidate for mayor and \wIS vie torious at the polls. Again the a myor cilled upon hii and deliver- P ed himself of a tirade, at the con - sion of which 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. — 23 December 1903

Hamiltn8 of a LOl and Personal Nature. -Miss Esio Gillespio is toacling the Prater school. -Read the 'County Auditor's notico inl this issue. -Rev. B. E. brandy will Tweacl at Tabor next Sunday at 14 ti. im. -Fresh currants, citron and rai. sine for your fruit cako at R. it. Roark's. Geo. W. Bryant has orected a good two story dwelling at Twelve Mile church. -L. R. Dalton has remodulel lia dwelling and painted it, making it very stylish. -P. J. Mauldin, of the Mile Creek section, iW still sick from the fe'cts of a cancer on the face. -Rev. F. D. Thomas, t.he new preacher' wiil pieach in lio Preoby terian church nex, S.ind tv. -Charlus Dlton is building a noat houso on the Milo Creek and 'ickens road near Mile Orook clu: chi. --The Pickons Drug Co., has onl hand a Pu pply of "JLvo Powders." Boys, dcn't all go at once. -Jas. Ml. Porter, of the Halo Stc tion, made 500 bushels (if curn witlh two horses, besides other cropa. -Many visitors are expected to spend the Christmas holidays wit...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 23 December 1903

P* 41~ ~~Al RII The thoughtful 1)uyer ol and1 inspet our Conl] eRISTMSA ELEGANT 0LS DI LANT GLASS, Q ER I OS, SNIO lKERS SE SHAVILNG SE TS VA BE.AUTIFJ UL A LBU M , W OU GHT SIL\ _MAGFNIFICENT (AM E T[ , 1AND PAINTED CAKE and I 11E1RY SE'I And every article the best of its class. W STOOK with IT'S I UNIUKE1US of different AUrT and cl4ens at prices at cannot be duplicated. WeeH. N. Mail New jrge T TH I have WVatche: from *1.00 ~ O hsn u oo u euclPjo i )YGOS to $50.00. Clooks of all .eOraOoigOtSlbtrdcdPio nDYGOS k JindE R~ings, .Breast Pinsq N OTIONS, SHOlMS, HATS, CA PS, ERC., that wiallcas -~ imd Birooches to and~i the L timos, you to wonder how such good4 ca.n bo sold1 at such prices. Hllow-ware, viz: suhtar Wo are offering somo Gr'and Bargauins in those lines through D)ecem oi an~ ahoPi eis'l/a bor. All wo ask is (or you to come and i11ispect ouir goods, ge3t prilces heot nd thea eleb r RO - an< when you oe how milch wo can savo you, it. means1 your trado for FW-i tvee.Knbive, ...

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. — 20 January 1904

Eutorcd April 23,1U03 nt Pickeun, S. O., ns Boooud clans malt- r, under net of Congrosfl of Maroh 8, 1879. / VOL XXXIII. PICKENS, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1904. V'1 | SPEECH OF HO At the Laying of the Corner S lis Cotton Mill, Catcecliee, III il tormnr ("Iintnnnicii! ion li>! tiiiH paper we snnl we hope I to l>o i ulile to nivr> |)io speech in full ol , \*~N - .1 m<1 u** . N. Hook, .1 u*t ice of ('leiiit-on Collet?.. IhCi-rp I'aiion and S? c* r. tarv ot till* Snot ll (' III! i :i I'V I>t!riint'ii tnl Hint ion, en (I I)c-| cum I km* 1'.><);}, on oci'asinn ol' laying of tin* cm nor hl<>no < I - Hie cxicii-i hi (1 Hi .Norn* ('<>!I ni Mills. Biiii'o tli('i), through !li?' kindness of II >ok, w<? li ivh i111 < 1 a copy ul liii hpouch :iii<l liopo f h:tt< ovi?ry hod v that ree-iv :< ;i copy o! this paper will read tint spied), ;>s it isj Wolh insti n<;liv?? it ml i 11 (?lestinj. " Vi r. IVo-iiient, ladi-'s ;it,<1 ?i?1 men...

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. — 20 January 1904

wky hxhsday mousing. Sentinel-Journal Company. warn ^^Hi^dVir i)V .00 Per Auumn. Isiug/ K ?t08 Reusouabh* I I'O&tOflifC- f?K Scconrt CIhi Ail Mutter [f.N'S, S. ('. : % Jan. 20, 1JKM. tie n<*uin in onltr. le the problem of tin 1 ic nominee? Bins convicted a vote ImyBnn. Think of it! tSoputu finally hand out H>sto? plub to i)i. Cnmi! Ht:.s thought!; of ?a lnoss to Hod pilo <1 imiiii?l?iny ho rap ^????? 1y?U W. ... U,v , i? ??: outing u i;u nwuiw iver, even i f ho isn't ;i ctod 1 ?y unkind words At cut tlu> deepest and t. ?L paying ""it s.tbscrip or of course is a inulti millionaiie and cloos not noM (V money. ( Kookofollcr iu preparing to nkin tlic t widows ami orphatiR again. Ho has V"givou Cbic.'i^rt Fuiveraity antilnr I wo gj&'his is the kind of weather when HUioho will ngroo with the Chicago Snsor who huv8 bathing is inimi Hk/ good health. I W illiam llandolph I {o ust conlin lies ti> shove his candidacy : n {lie | Deinooratic nomination for tin presidency d...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 20 January 1904

Mens Miiel-kriial. Happenings ol a Local and Personal Nature. ? If yon turned over n now loaf on tho 1st inst., don't fsoi! it. ' ? Do not n? ?l(;ct to uialco roui' tax return to tljo County Auditor. ? You will li11<i u U'ltnploto lino of jewtliy at It. C. Ourtur'H, Liborty. ? Hand II. (A (Sartor's new nil nnd yon wiil find piiutss tlmt will savo\ou money. ? 11 0, Carter h s ii I irgo stov?U o buggies uiul wagons to ki:11 cheap for ; casli or on times. KT r. rn I I I ? Hits lscxi irip . j>. xiivior wi.i mnko l<? I'ioUous will be tins 2 1 and !M >1 1 Sru.uy. ? A lur^o ruinbor of dnunm r.T nvo now viiitin^ l'iuli? uh taking orders for Spring? ^ iO'Is. 'i*! i . i. :..i 1 ll(! iWIU CIIICKI'll ill*.' prevalent in hihiio i<ucti.)iiH of tin; county, wo arc informed. --Horn to Mr and Miv. M. () Lonpur, on the JTili inst.uit, a koii. Motlu r and bahe are d>ing wi ll. ? I!. L. H?>nd(!iHon, the p'.iotogra plier, is now ready for work again. Call on him for good pliotogmpli...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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