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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 9 March 1911

iVATION AND PAIN Cured by Lydia 1. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Creston, Iowa.-" I was troubled for a long time with Inflammation, pain@ in my Bido nick :R!M! headaches antl ner vousness. Ihad ta ken so many muedi cines that I w a s - .discouraged and thought I would never get well. A Sfriend told of -Ltydia E. Pinkblami's egetable Com pound anI It re stored 1io to health. I havo no more pain, my nerves are stronger and I can do my own work. jvdia E. Plinkham's Vegetablo Comipou: q cured mo after everything else had failed, and I rec. ommend it, to other stffering women." --Mus. W. SiLs 005 W.1Howard St., Creston, Ion a. Thouamids of unsolicited and genii ine testimo:lais like the above provo the eflicieney of Lydia E. Pinikham's Ve etablo ('ompound, which is mado rxe.usively from roots and herbs. Women who suffer fron those dis tressing ills should not loso sight of these facts or doubt the ability of Lydia Eli. P1inkham's Vegetablo Compound to restore their health. If you want sp...

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. — 9 March 1911

deks SonllnolJourual GAL BREVITIES S -o ThIlgs You Knnow lad'Som You Don't Know About Oar Towns, County & people -Dr. and Mrs. F. S. BWrter ave returned from Baltimore. -Jas. P. Cary jr.., is onoGov. 'ase's ellglblellst for appoint. m4t as a special judge. -+B. J. Garvin, of Atlarta, l i-, oting the family of Treavurer I yvin, of Pickens, ithis week. -R. R. Roark has just rdJurn r rom Columbia, wheue he i eied prisoners from thiscoun : o penitentiary. -The New Telephone 11irec -s are out and those wiehing y can get same by .calling * lie central office. Miss Gussie Cureton, who tending school in Greenville ny. ut the week-end with her -ier, Mrs. K. L. Curoton in ans. %londay was salesday and the time for the meeting of Farmers County Union. e wasn't much doing along r line. ohe time for collecting Road * has been extended until the nst., and Supervisor-J. B. says he wants ewerybody 'to road duty to pay up. ried, March 6th. by Rev. Atkinson at Camp Creek h, Mr. M. H. Bolding to \...

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. — 9 March 1911

HANDSOME PIAIV _0 In a Subscription Campo 0 1000 Votes For Ev --0 Contest Has Started Read A Candidate 0 Get In The Grime, Get Busy, Everybody. Subscribe am 0 (ii t lhui sv. f-veryblody. : 1 ".anl r. tt, greal, conlte ]i mv goiigi It. III this issu .t is a ennplnentry ouponl. goold for 101A votes. Vill it 'lo t for. voi o'seilf r :tine, frend.onl n start, a; many leiopl ilili:, tIitti :it s Yo want to, h111, oly or11 Of It So colons will tble l14wed I (ar )III ant-ith ballt n ee f lithise va otes they rveceive 11nu4st h go~ttonl byhttn subsriptions, job work andt advetisin for this papit, Votes (It tl'es prop eei tionls will be allowed accordling to the schedulelow. Tlhe onltvst wili he rt ait' cordilig Ilt the ruhlv puiblished inl our isues of I'b ruakry -d( and1( ()th, uilt. Seet those papers anld get1 to work. We have lots of old accountIls- -p.-ilopl4 Who were l11.t ol ili o tiiit forn. i..ier iltsts and peolet Who probly for-got that they fowed al*Nythinlg whenI theyp orldered ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 16 March 1911

KENS SEN T Kintered April 23, 1903 at Pickeo, . 0. as secotsd cla is"all 1uatter, under act of ongrems of iareh a 1879 40th Year PIKongre6 9 ofmr. r 42 40t Yer PCKENS. S.C., MA R 16, 1911. ev1V AUUMOOANOM vo *enMnio *9 1eOanilNVJMWVd8 'Vo #NO0VNq'3 *OIviiL vO to Iiwfl10 0 'N OU08aIVJL 'VA NM-odA 33LO S3VS9NV M3 1O. ARdWO:) ONRIl 'H3SAOI put~uo pum utn UqlUG tqaa cq SV O TOU noE RN! eas noB 92q jo0 o i NGAS op ST p3ug spbog xOa~oX JiOl Jlp jnoX ~~s~un Ufl 2W u!noids wuoi; pal si spoo-W H1LSALOH tqJM pOzTI!31 01q ~op.jojo dux .iodoid oi op 93 S91( pul3 '"flh1A POO) wud s~t jo; ej Spool) JoSAoR U1roero amojai Apro. UJoj; 30u pua3 41 3urqd o'p zvA jo swuapotJox ppai Aq ponq ouo!Jodxa tuoi oprtu o. 93ne oP Aq AIaAzenflPoUO0UAoid 91 CHICAGO 12", ST. KAN3Z cy SANTTA J 'BRANDSI~R ATLANTA, GA. When the farmer buys fertilizer, he is providin for a week or a month, but as long as there is need and maturing e!ccmnt. Unless he buys with this o he lays himself lial)le to losses incident to a stun...

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. — 16 March 1911

fie u ine - 0Jo ' nI a. Published Weekly. PICKEDNS, SOUTH CAROLINA. For the time being gasoline is the favoritp perfuine. People who keep their sidewalks clean deserve at least honorable men tion. If one swallow doesn't make a sum mer, what don't threo robins make? Spring? Manuel Is to got $39,600 a year. Per. haps there is something in the king business after all. When rats are not disseminating the bubonic plague they are engaged in other nefarious practices. -All the world loves a lover, but as to these noblemen who seek American girls with money it is merely curious. If those New Jersey people think that "'hello' verges on profanity" what must they think of "line II busy"? Think how many lien's eggs young McLean could have bought with the money ho paid for that hopo dia mond! - Paris is making a move to elevate the moral tone of its literature and Its art. There is room for the exer cise of its efforts. A Colorado couple who were di vorced in 1875 have Just been married again. S...

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 March 1911

SHOWY AND HARDY PERENNIAL Anthemis Kelwayl Blooms Freely# Flowers Being Dalsy-Like and of Rich Golden Color. A snowy and beautiful hardy peren 11ial blooming the first season, and du ring the summer months for many Anthemeis Kelwayl. Years afterward, Is Anthemis tinc toria Kelwayi. The plants are easily started from seeds, grow a foot high and bloom freely, the flowers being ]Daisy-like, two Inches across, and of a rich, golden color. A big plat of this elegant flower was in bloom at one of the seed gardens at Erfurt, Germany, when the editor was there, and it was a sheet of gold, gorgeous beyond bescription. This flower lke 'asunny exposure and rich po f l. The seedlings may be ra ed in a window-box, hot bed r ga den bed, and transplanted when larg -enough, setting the plants eight Inch es apart each way. They will thus cover the ground, and be COm a g .orous mass of flowers. Even ah c( e Is beautiful, being of grace= an egantly cut or fringed, says P rk' lral M\agazine. The On= gr...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 16 March 1911

HANDSOME PIA I a Subscription Camj 1000 Votes For I Contest Has Started Read Candida Get In The Grme, Get Busy, Everybody Subscribe i Get busy, everylxyy. i'uiter the great coltest nOW going on. in this issue1 IS a complimentary couiion. good for 1000 votes. Fill it out for yourself or some friend. You can start as many people in tils contest as you want to, but only on1e of I tese,co'upions wil I be allowed te a Colltetaitt hei' lianlco of the vote. they Ieeevive must he gotton by getting sibscriptions. job Work and advertising for this paper, Votes onl these proposi. tiolls will le allowedl according to the schedulle below. The moitest will be run according tc the rules pIblished ill our issue's of F'eb. ruary 2d and 9th, ult. See those paper and get to work. We have lots of old accounts---pople who were 'lit ofT inl our fortner contest and people who probably forgot that they o.Ved anything wheni theil% ordered t( paper' stopped, or got the pos1tmaster, to have it discontinuled-t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 23 March 1911

PiLENS_ SET NEU JOURN Bntered April 23, 1903 at'Plekea q, S. (0. am vecond clas in tl rnSater, usader act ofVoagreus of iMareh 3. 1879 40th Year PICKENS, S. 0., MAR. 23, mil1 Number 43 . TRAD .rR AD ~ R EG! A~ Mr. z"y bieved that succes' Manufaciurer of Fertilizers who would : above other considerations. This was M idea Twenty-seven years ago and this to-day; the result has been that it req Factories to supply the demand for Royste: F. S. ROYSTER GUANO COMPANY. FACTORIES AND SALEG OFFIOES. NORFOLK. VA. TARBORO. N. C. COLUMCIA, S. C. SPARTAND-u MACON, GA. COLUMBUS. GA. MONTCoFrf.'.. ALA. DALTI.c CHICAGO q. ST. LOUIS KANSAS CITY ST JOSI "SUFR ME" and LO0 "SOUTHERN BIG" BRANDS ATLANTA, GA. When the farmer buys fertilizer, he is providing 1 for a week or a month, but as long as there is need of and maturing element. Unless he buys with this one he lays himself liable to losses incident to a stunted fruit, and to the greater loss of shedding. All thes the use of our "Supreme" and "Southe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 23 March 1911

RN ~Iwo t NON MEXICO'S WEA /v /r 5r valiant followers, built up a force sumi northern part of Mexico. Later when ti and the empire overthrown with the charge of the portion of Mexico now C Later catme Diaz. and Tirerrazas le the republic, receiving his reward "to huahua. Nominally he was elected gov of the state, and while he has not held dictated the election of every one who h has fallen on i the shoulders of some me: the cause of tile present rebellion. (Cith, arms against the present government have gobbled Chihuahua; that they cat those In power are growing richer and people are growing poorer and poorer. Short of statunrc, wenzened and lwiru his Mexican cowboy dress, he walks th of his seventy-eight years, 1nlmly colle< unadvised that there is a rebelliotn inl hlm of the power he has wielded for m( PASTOR TO HA\ 1ut his holdings so) t.hnt t hey may becot if the trustees ll~ to find one more sii The Rockefeller house, though ver 'the owner prefers his I'ocant ico hills esi ....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 23 March 1911

MAIL SACK GLEARS ' SUSPECT OFTHEFT F FOR THIRTY YEARS CLERK HAD BEEN HELD ACCOUNTABLE FOR MONEY LOSS. BLAMED BY THE INSPECTORS t a 9 Bag Repairer Finds Registry Envelope 1 Caught by Corners at Bottom of Old N Sack Where It Was Held While a Sender Cried Thief. q Peoria, Ill.-llev. Charles 11urdette, c brother of "Uob" Hurdette, the humor- t ist, has been vindicated after 30 years n of any blame in connection with the disappearance of $3,500 from a regis- 1 tered letter packago sent out by the Peoria postoillee of which he was reg istry clerk. The $3,500 disappeared after it was put In 12 registre( letters by John Comstock, a wealthy resident. The evidence wias all against young Bhtr dette and after the first investigation had been made Comstock demanded that Gen. B. W. lagee, veteran of the Civil war and p;0stmuaster at Peoria, immediately discharge the registry clerk. "Can't do anything for you," said the old general. "I've known Charles since he wias able to walk. I knew all his fo...

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 March 1911

subseription Oine Dollar a Yea a In Advance. FICIEN$,i . C. I THURSDAY MAR. 28 1911 Libeiy Sunday School Assolallon, Those who were fortunate enough to attend the Liberty Township Sunday School Asso chAtion at the Methodist church, March 11, enjoyed a splendid meeting, Devotional exercises, con ducted by the vice-president, Mr. J. J. Gantt. Address, by Mr. J. Gallow. "Is it advisable to give prizes or rewards in the Sabbath school?" Opened by Mr. J. G. Hinton and Rev, A, H, Best, "Can a school be successful with a teachers' meeting for the study of the lesson?" By Capt. J. T. Taylor. Adjourned for dinner. Song and prayer service; prayer by Rev. J. C. Bailey. A good talk on organized work by Prof. Wm. S. Morrison. Business session. Report of secretary and election of officers. The following were elected offi cers foi the next year: M. A. Boggs, president; P. 1. Cartee, vice-president; W. B. Ramsey, secretary; T. N. Hunter, C. T. Hutchins, J. J. Gantt, executive committee, W. F. Young...

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. — 23 March 1911

Piokens SeutR1oe-JourlI LOAL BREVITIES Sono Thing You Know and Some You Dou'i how About Our Tonus, Couty a people -Miss Madone Moore, "of Greenville, spent the week-end bn Pickens, the guest of relatives. 'ol. S. Porter,. of the Hagood mill section' of 'the county, was in town Monday Joaft g. -The rains of the past few days have been very beneficial to the farmers-it has given them a chanc to rest awhile. U-Boys, jQin the Corn Club. Send your names to tlie county superintendent of education. April 1st is the last day to join the club. -Miss Zachery, a charming young lady of Transylvania county, N. C., is visiting her aunt, Mrs. J. R. Ashmore, of Pickens. -Remember the speaking at the courthouse, next Sunday afternoon, to men only; also the union service in the Pickens Baptist church at night. -Lost on 19th inst., on streets of Pickens, gold crescent brooch pin, set with stones, middle stone missing. Finder return to this office and get liberal reward. -Messrs. Walter Garvin and Basc...

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. — 23 March 1911

BUN K SENTINEL-JOURNAl PUIBISHED WEEKLY, PICKENS, SOUT1l CAROLINA. Battleships go to the scrap healp 'almost as fast as pugilists do. Smoke costs Chicago $21,830,000 a 1year, not to mention the agony. The process of dying poor is easily 'achieved by nine men out of ton. A Chicago woman takes taxicat rides to cure the, blues. Not her hus band's, however. Thieves In New Ycsk stolo a wagor load of cheese. The police, we pre. sume, are on the scent. A man went mad in a barber's chair In New York. Pirobably the barber was talking winter baseball gossip. It is low possible to go around the World lin less than half the time it took Jules Verne's hero to Imake his trip. Possibly fills world would be better off if there were no pistols in it. At least, there would be imore people bore. 'I'here is more money In being an ex-kling of Portugal than In being an ex-pre;-4hriI of file United States, but there is less excit ement. llello! Ilere's Vienna exceeding tihe 2.000,000 Ilark. Soie of Ithose...

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. — 23 March 1911

orship Business 6148 No Chance uccess for Relidlon By RAV. MADISON C. PETERS AM an admirer of success. But I fld myself at variance with some in the conception of success itself. One of the worst features of our age is the worship of' success by itielf and apart from the means by which it has been attained. To be success ful is enough, no matter what has gone before. A man is meas ured according to his success in things material. Some of you feel this bitterly, and you have reason to feel it, for it is a cruel principle. There is a success that is not worth the having and there is a failure that is more to be desired than success. 4 We find that the word "success" is used only once in the Bible: "Be strong and of good courage; this book of the law shall not depart of thy mouth, but thou shalt meditate therein day and night, that u mayst observe to do all that is written therein: for then shalt thou e good success." These conditions laid down fsor Joshua are binding still; an inflexi...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 23 March 1911

HAN0DSOME PI a SubscripUon Cai 1000 Votes For E Contest Has Started Read Candidat --- Get In The Grme, Get Busy, Everybody. Subscribe ai (0 Get busy, everybody. Enter the great contest now going on. In this issue is a complimentary coupon. good for 1000 votes. Fill it out for yourself or some friend. You can start as n.many people in this contest as you want to, but only one of these coupons willI be allowed to a contestant-the balance of the votes they receive must be gotton by getting subscriptions, job work and advertising for this paper, Votes on these propoesi tions will be allowed according to the schedule below. The contest will be run according to the rules published in our issues of Feb ruary 2d and 9th, ult. See those papers and get to work. We have lots of old accounts-people who were cut off in our former contests and people who probably forgot that they owed anything when they ordered the paper stopped, or got the postmaster to have it discontinued-that we would like to...

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. — 30 March 1911

PK c NS SENVI NEL-JOUR intored Apral S, 1003 at Pickens, o. 0, as seoond class mail Msatter, unader act of Congreis of March 8, 1879 40th Year PICKENS ,S. 0., MAR. 30, 1911. YA@e Manne IEITER601 That there is more to a Fertili: Analysis is proven conclusively by th obtained every year from Royster Fe They are made from experience obta actual field experiments of what tl requires, and not from ready b formulating. Every ingredient in Royster ( selected for its plant food value,. an< work to do at the proper time, ther4 plant fertilized with ROYSTER goo regular from sprouting time until h Ask your dealer for Royster go see that the trade-mark is on eve When you see this M-21 you knc you are getting the genuine and ROYSTER Fish Fertilizer. F. S. ROYSTER GUANO COMP FACTORIES AND SALES OFFICES: NORFOLK, VA. TARBORO. N. C COLUMBIA. 8 DALTIMORE. MO. MACON. GA SPARTANBURG. S. COLUMBUS. GA. MONTGOMERY. ALA. CHOCAGO E. ST. LOUS N%-AQ c ST. t4A1 U FACTIUR L" r$ Op lJ#PREME" an BL "SOUTHERN ...

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. — 30 March 1911

Sentin'lJournal. Published Weekly. PIC11Ng, OOUTH CAROL'NA. Next June we all may long for the bamy days of January. Possibly the pet in the cat show 4 enjoy more keenly life in th* Some peoplo can find a typograph. error who never find an idea of own. We have yet to discover an egg that ass been improved by the cold stor pge treatment. "Gaseous imbecility" has taken Its laoe In the hall of famri beside "In uous desuetude." IHigher education, too, has its dan ,er. An Illinois girl started for col ege, but got married on the way. Chicago is to have grand opera in Olnglish next season. If Chief Stew tard has his way It will also have it in clothing. 'In the Boston high schools 3,000 Wirls are taking the commercial course. The boys will have to go west or mouth. A Denver surgeon was stricken with 'appendicitis while operating on a pa tient for that disease. Maybe it is catching, after all. That Jersey architect who failed to -provido a stairway for a new school house must have realized ...

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. — 30 March 1911

HIRTY years ago this spring my 'wise father built a flat-bottomed sloop, 45 feet long on tho keel and 17 feet wide, with an enclosed cabin that has square windows instead of portholes, and head room of six. .feet III over it. * This cabin is 21 feet long, and consists of one large room with four wide berths, and a toi let room and a kitchen on either side of the centerboard, at the forward end. Father named the boat Macy, after an old friend, and has had her con tinuously in commission since she was . launched; and Andrew Sammis, her . first captain, is still in charge-a bit gray now, but still the same careful and trustworthy skipper as of yore. With the opening of the ducking sea son in October she goes into what we call winter commission, and when the end of the season comes around she is hauled out, thoroughly overhauled and prepared for the summer work. A few years ago we built an overhang ing stern on -her and installed a gaso line engine, so that we are no longer the slaves o...

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. — 30 March 1911

seerkplot PrIce One bollar a Year .,' , bIAdvance. 3 Sterted et Plokens #Oetofo. s Beond 0lass Mall Matter PICKENS, S. .: THURNDAY:DAR. 80 1911 Death ot Mrs. Mau din, Mrs. Deborah Mauldin, widow of the late Joab Mauldin died Thursday morning March 23d at the home of her daughter, Mrs. W. T. McFall with whom she had made her home for a number of years. Some years ago Mrs. Mauldin suffered a stroke of paralysis from whioh she never completely recovered. The second stroke came Thurs day morning in the early hours, death resulting almost instantly The funeral services were held at the home of Mrs. McFall at 4 o'clock Friday afternoon, her pastor, Rev. G. F. Kirby of the Methodist church officiating. The simple, yet beautifully sol enn ceremony of tho Methodist church was used. Immediately upon the entrance of the family Mrs. Kirby sang "The Home of the Soul," and at the close of the service Mrs. Kirby and Miss Eva Earle sang the duet "Jt sus Lover of my Soul." The cask. et containing he...

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. — 30 March 1911

some Ing y ow aDU Some Ytou Don't Kow About OUs CLnty a people -Call In and see the pictui~s L. B. Boggs is giving .away .at his store, Pickens, S. 0. -Married, 25th ltist.,"by A. A. Jones, N. P., Miss Nora'Md. ters and Mr. Marvin Conley, all of Pickens coun!VY '1y. -The school taught at - Mica. by Miss Irma Hendricks, closed Friday evening, with appropri ate exercises, after'a most siIc cessful term. -Rev. G. F. Kirby and H. M Hester are among those from Pickens who are attending the Sunday school convention in Spartanburg this week. -Edwin R. Griffin, of Pick- t ens, R. 4, returned home Sunday night, from a very pleasant, z enjoyable and, we hope, profit able, visit over on the Marietta side. -R. A. Mauldin. of Pickens, f R. 2, was a business visitor to c our town Monday, and paid this 0 office an appreciative call and ( possessed himself of one of our voting coupons. -J. Loi Thomas, formerly of this place, but now the lead- I ing tonsorial artist of the thriv- 1 ing-little city o...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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