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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 6 June 1907

ed to om rou the 1 found in any tc Shoes Our Strong Point FOL Sole agents foi veing Mlachines Happenii and Personal Notnre. Ciharlie (Garret t in)tends o) run his threshing macehinie thuis s ason with a 10-hiorse power gasoline engipno. .lispoedL for several dlays but I~iisoeh imprj)oved at this writing. Miss .\lary~ LesMl(e3 of the 1a.9It% eide is spenuding a while with Mrs. A.. M. Miorris in- Pickenis. Thge union miniljg of the Pickenis B3aptist~ association will meet with Nine Forks church on Saturday be fore the 5th Nunday in June. All churches in the Iecoc0iation are r'e quested to sendl delegates. Lois, the.infan)t (daughter ''of Mr Mrs. R. L Hlames was badly hurt by the carriage being rolled from a high porch lost Monday. The doctor was immediately called and she is now about out of danger. "Old Fanny," the good old family nag of T. D. Harris, while out graz ing Tuesday, reached the conclusion that, her (lay on) earth was .'one anid dropped over dead. She -was a safe and gent...

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. — 6 June 1907

The Love a Yaller Dog Has? for a Nigger. Thore's it rudo m1oun1d Im . onler , graveyarud a'.Id, I.~httt 1, . 1 ' 1jet dt."1i d .ti1 : And lie that iad nd11in(1 tmti'l V I it t ' ; o il N t. i h i ' ",.' i' . :tv ie i(ed( 1n sh! va rat , r> t C: (I did be own, Aid bie left noIta. sou t 1)be ail, I ,Cy gave him hi-; fr;cdl-n twd( I. wanere((rd alone; At (111.1 lyal (r oi(:g was al! that h< had. 'ihey dug him a grave atd laid him aw1'a) T1his 1r0or, (,ld Woruontt slave. Not si prayer for hi rest did any" ot.( say, )4ut his( dog hIty lw .o in iin Aud thara you se imt dayt\ a1,1r . At Imornilg, tt ni ght er at i. i, And the daititst mor=els c n't ii. [p hitu away Fromn the s:(1, r.egnio- of Ote eoon. He lies I h( r(; andltl mrt :,(I. I he whole long duty For ob.ody el doS( h( e care; .Neither iiintice nor ihreats (tin drive him away From the grave of the nigg<r laid ther;. l'here's a mighty line montumeunt standin'g right nigh, But to me that rude m1,ound1 seems bigger, 1'or the...

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. — 6 June 1907

j ( Are the best because they are fewer parts and stronger parts are so simple that anybody car have to be a machinist to ri to keep one in repair. We have them, also the ha, Prices are most reasonable an We take pleasure in showin cussing their features with yot over. We have a full line of Harc needs he can find in the best y price at our store, Full line of carpenter tools < tools andl supplies. In Furniture and Stoves we he had any where. Come an We want your trade. We v Hams, Chickens, Eggs, Beesw thing you have to sell bring it N Moe & Ao scIu uarante, 'l ey back (d1." a sea1nd.J dur a' ilit, t temr sono n neiA.* e M. C.KISE (' I '1~~ALN~' ' buorn ear. a.e e Teannd 'Kelea n.lit s soui mit. mitoe he ar Larn M . Cek . NER (uto ird o n we thein coirplinti ti ton, d .f wheb I [ is hy~ erewE iu erii~ of' t vihe IS (ir'. win vent 11b11 ie heeo Wi the in i nt Il'if: if h'()1 ..j -, ompIit1 wa il ed l inth 'lek llie alt X 2 lI of I )ecembler, i 106. I Ded. 2 2d, 1906. J. 1O0005...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 6 June 1907

Rickets. Simply the visible sil are not forming rapidly Lack of nourishment .Scott's Emalft entire system. Stimulai Exactly what baby n ALL DRUGGISTS: 60c, THERE Is NC ROA But there is a chance for ever By buying from me, you'll pra under any circumstances wil charge, and about 99 times ou from a few cents to a few doll We carry a general line of r being sold -at as close prices a< give you the chance to wi'i a 1 Range Fr '.o you. Come and see how "Better be born lucky than i Are you lucky ? Then show your pluck by tr D. The man who never misre' back if not satisfied. Business Locals. Notices of Stile, Vants, Swaps, etc. inserted in this Columin at 5 cents per line for each insertIon. Nothing taken for les.s th n 10cents. We do not cut quality, therefore we cannot out prices. Pickens Bottling Works. ~Sugar and( coffeo at 0. 1). Moore's. WPanted, to buy 1,000 lhens, 1,500 doz' en eggs nad all the roosters that we cai! get. Vn, E. Freeman & Co. F'lour and meat at J. D). Moore's...

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. — 13 June 1907

THE S NT.INEU JOU EnteredjApril 23, 1903 at Pickous, 8. 0., ale socoud Class inattt r, 111idor act of Cogress of March 8, 1879. 0SUTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY. M. in1 A Terrifying Wig. One day Many years ato while Cap taini Arthur Culinninghall of the Brit ish army was stationed in Nankin, Chi n, a friend of his stepped into a bar har's shop, and by way of employing his time lie desired the barber to .shave his head. This gentlenian wore a wig, but which, for the sake ot coolness, he hlt pln'evd la his pocket. This opera tion of shaving, so comiion in. China, was speedily and quickly exceclted, the barber seeming to be delighted with the honor of shaving one of the illus trious strangers. Previous to lil-.ieav ing the .shop andi while the 1n1n'4 lit tention was called in some other diree tion my friend replaced his wig, upon hils head, little thinking of- the result of this simple process. No sooner, however, had the barber turned around and observed. him whion he hald. o lately cleared o...

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. — 13 June 1907

Pickens Sentinel-Jourial, PUDMSBED EVERY .THUBsDAI MORNo. --BY-. The Sontinel-Journal Company. THOMPSoN & RIoHE. Pnopgs. J. L. 0. THOMPSON, EDITOR. Subscription $1.00 Per Annum, 'Advertising Rates Reasonable. Wntered at Pickens Fustoffice as seoond Olass Mail Matter PICKElsS, S. C. : THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1907. "High Balls" and "Once there was a pitcher in the Up-country who hypnotized the op posing team with high balle.- INews and Courier. Ool. Hemphill,'editor of the News and Courier, is pretty good at toss ing "high balls." at the Press Association, but they are on to his 'curves" and he can't fan any of them this season. They are in ses sion in Charleston this week, and if the Colonel wants them to get 0 just hand them--ice-cold water. That will give them such a fright that they cannot "hit a thing.,' . A Misnomer. At the Isle of Palms to-morrow a practical contest will determine what South Carolina editor can outstrip.- If [News and Courier, 18th. Brother, don't you mean to as...

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. — 13 June 1907

pai 4 nit Lir F C1< Sp Bu Ha C HapDenings of a Local and Personal Nature. MAis Bertha Loug of Anderson, is spending the summer in Pickens Mes Ola McFall, who bas been Attending Latider College, is at home for the vacations Little "Fannie," the v'ery iterest ing .child of Mr. and- Mrs. D) 1. Fieney, has been quite siek for eev erca days. Lost, a small gold medaAl on Main or Pecndleton street, with the- name of Eleanor Knight engraved on back. Reward if returned to Craig Bfros. Miss Gussie Cure',on. who has been attending Win~throp College, is spending her vacation in Pickens with her mother. Mr. and Mrs. George D. Cureton nd children, of Creer, spent a por tion of last week in Iekens, the guests of Mr. C.'s mother and cther -relatives,. Miss Anna Hill, of ,the fMaynard section, who has been sick some time with neuralgia of the stomnaeh, is re ported as being worse. The young ladies of Plickene and vicinity, who have been off at col lege, have arrived at home and social life in I t...

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. — 13 June 1907

LAWRENCE ROPER. DENTIST. OPFICEP, OVER PICKElS DRUG CO'S STORE. J. F. HARRIS, PICKENS, S. C. Notice Farmers' Meeting A meietig of the Ilarmit-I' uca fionl mi Ca-nra Uotive Union of America %ill e i"ld at Liberty, S. d , onl the 20th of Jane, 1907, b - Sinning at 10 o'clock a. in. All tlI.e 1, cal union pi esidt ni lnvi bu~siini! s agents as well as oounty executi'e committeemon and wirehlouso C' mn mittuciuemn are request,od to be p- os eit, as business of importance is to b'i transtieled. Riember the dlay and dato and be on hand. REMlARKABLE R ESC UE That. fruth is trangier thian fmifion him (neo more be en demln list raithv I in 11he lit H1o town of 'Fedora l!.., Mhe rosidence of C. V. Pepper. Ile writ. s: "J \\..s in bed, entilMy diambinl willi licmnorrliiginr of the lnigs anl ihroat. Doctors failed to help) lie, an1)(1all hopm hadl fled When I began takinng iDr. King,s New Discovery. Thled instant relit-f enmen. Thoeconghing ,4o0n ceaseti;ld thle bleerlng dimnishiled rapidly , a...

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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 13 June 1907

THE SENTINEL J URNAL EnteredjApril 23, 1903 at Pickens, 8. C., u second class matter, unjor act of Congrems of March 3, 1879. -'l. PICEN, SOUTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY, JUNE, io "a Additional Locals. Tne Pickens ball team played the Seneca team on the latter's diamond on the 12th inst. The score was 8 to 5 in favor of the Pickons teani. Omega, the litLLe daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wtlliam McLeskey, is qle ill with catarrhal.fever, but it is to be hoped that she will soon recover. Prof. W. E. Dendy, of the Doug. lasville (Ga.) College, together with his family, is spending his vacation in Yorkville, with relatives of Mrs. Doul . "is a pity that the Prof. can't 1eet with the Prose party on the I te of Palms this year. Mr. V -J Holden, a former citizen of Pickens cAnty, is now a resident of Macon count.3, N.. C. He is lo cated at Scaly and i 'engaged in the mercantile busines Reports receiv ed here by his fends imparts the information that 'oe is nicely located I and doing wel 1 Salter Fonidl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 13 June 1907

IsGRAU GEORGE BAR copyrigt, 1901, by Herbert 8. Sto Berrowag admitted to the pollee that he had stood guard at the door while Gabriel entered the prince's room and killed him as he slept. He described the cunning, deliberate effort to turn suspicion to the American by leaving blood stains. The other Dawsbergen nobles, with the exception of two who had gone to the capital of their country with the news of the catastrophe, remained close to the hotel. One of them con fessed that but little sympathy would be felt at home for Gabriel, who was hated by his subjects. Already there was talk among them of Prince Dan tan, his yonnger brother, as his sue cessor to the throne. The young prince was a favorite with the people. Bolaroz was pleased with the out come of the sensational accusation and the consequent- removal of complica tions which had in reality been un pleasant to him. One feature of the scene in the throneroom was not discussed, al though it was uppermost in the minds of all. The...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 13 June 1907

J. McD. Bruce, P(msident.' T1Hl E PI( P1CKENS, PRI"?TS - 5 Per Cent I J. F. Banister, B. - J. M. Stewart, T. N. Hunter. W.~E. Fri "AT TI Are still (offer goods, notio fancy" groce1 We n sell you a goc Fa cy patent four at t ib side meat at i i Nice white lard r oc. Cottolene, 25c, 55c, an Best grade granulanet White Lake fish 7c the Three cans of good pi< Three pound cans ton Alas-' oo ,;mons a Thre en bc Thrc corn We*ned be glad see WV . Fi Don'.t forget that we pay produce, either cash or t: ------S mei .on1 r. ~ I~!I; we unl TA . . ORC J. OAnUnh, W President. LIBEJI LI Ounfts of Mech1ant8, Farmn vertising mn I. M. Mauldin, Cashier. :KENS BANK SOUTH CAROLINA. -- - - $20,500.00 - - - 20,532.00 - - - - 150,000.00 nterest Paid On Deposits Directors L. Hagood, W. M. Hagood, I. M. Mauldin, J. McD. Bruce. H. A. Richey, J. P. Carey, emon Co. IE OLD STAND." ing .bargains in dry ris, shoes, staple and ies. d roasted coflee. at 12 1-2C the pound ie old piice, $5 the bartel 1e pound d $1....

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. — 13 June 1907

S - Convalescents need i mnent in easily digested ment-highly concentral It makes bone, bloo< putting any tax on the ALL DRUGGISTS; E BE With a full realization od w we print it here ini big, hiad tyj describimng our line of good s--t ket. Miiany a mati inighLt have b)1 ness if he had beel satislied \vil every sale; th( Iouise; which ar those who do a I)ig) turnover o house with new goods aid gooC Just to keep the ball rollinj 70 qual11ity callicos ft 8~ 10 "Ginami11) 10c Orgindies 50o best Pepperell 121c bed tickilug fo 200 bed tieking for 121c, Pereales for 9 50o 'abd)1e Damask 121.e quality Linen $2.50 Qi en Bess I $1 King Doe Men's 50o qhu ality clps au 500 dlinnr plantes a Other Goods Reduced acc, These prices are not copyr copy theml, D.i Business Locals. Notices of Sale, Wants. Swaps, etc, inverted in this Column at 5 cents per line for each Insertion. Nothing taken for less than 10cents. We do not out quality, therefore we cannot cut prices. Pickens Bottling Works. Wanted...

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. — 27 June 1907

W7:'~~r7?*,~j -- -': ; . K. . , 'J" - , STHE SENT 1 ELi U R EnteredApril 28;-W08 at Pickens, S. C., as secon cla miatter, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. ....--S --UT --------- I R M Y U 10 Itarier's' Union Burieaut of ll -C(on~ducted b%. theL 8olith Citrolisq irmrs' Educttioida Midt Co-Oporative Uuilon. Colnu t IatII U IIltfis 1itended for tit depair ient shootid he aidiressed to .1. U. Stribiling, ntiletoi , South carolina. A CALL. The State Farmors' Union of South Carolina will meet in Greenwood, July 25-26-27. A. T, GooDWnN, State Pres. From every southern state comea 'the good news that a campaign, in the interest of the Farmers' Union, has been arranged for July and Au gust from Routh Carolina west, and South Carolina is 'now arranging - 4 for a thorough campaign of the Pal netto. state. .rhe time is ripo and the farmers are more ready to organize than ever before known. Just'onq good man ' eqyh county of the South for one . monthhoqrgutizing the farmers now will prepa...

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. — 27 June 1907

.' Au Graustarki? dfoN GabrIel" cried Beverly, frowning fiercely. "Alas," sighed the princess, "he basn't an army, and besides he Is find ing it extremely difficult to keep from being annihilated himself. The army bas gone over to PrInce Gabriel." "Poob!" scoffed Miss Calhoun, who was thinking of the enormous armies the United States can produce at a day's notice. "'What good Is a ridlcu lous little army like his anyway? A battalion from Fort Thomas could beat it to" "Don't boast, dear," interrupted Ye tive, with a wan smile. ."Dawsbergen tag a standing army of 10,000 excel lent soldiers. With the war reserves she has twice the available force I can produce." "But your men are so brave!" cried Beverly, who had heard their praises lung. "True-God bless themi-but you for get that we must attack Gabriel in his own territory. To recapture him means a perilous expedition' Into the moitains of Dawsbergen, and I am sorely afraid. Oh, dear, I hope he'll surrender peaceably!" "And go back to...

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. — 27 June 1907

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Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 27 June 1907

Pickes Setiilel-Journd PUBUlSHED EVERY TBURSDAY MORNING. -BY The Sentinol-Journal Company. TUOMPaON & RICHEr. PROPS. J. 1,. O. O.rIOMPSoN. EDITOM. Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rates Reasonable. Entered at Piokons rostofaico as second Class Mail Matter PICKENS, S. C. THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1907. Salmagundi American goods to the value of $14,875,274 were sent to Alaska in 1906, an "increase of more than 28 per cent. over the shipments of 1905. The average amount of honey taken from an English hive is fifty pounds, double ihe American average. The record "take" from any hive was 1,000 pounds from a stock of Cyprians. Joseph Brayer, a Bohemian glass cutter, has, after six years' work, made a clock whish; with the excep tion of the springs, consists entirely of crystal glass. Mrs Brittania W. Kennon, great grand-daughter of Martha Washing too, and a descendant of the last Lord Baltimore, recently celebrated her ninety-second birthday at her home in Georgetown, D C. She was b...

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. — 27 June 1907

pai: .in Lin -A anc Clo SpE Bu Ha C a Local and Personal iature. I. M Manuldinare at . this week. Mrs W. T. McFall is visiting her siste~r at Kingstres. Mrs. "T. B. Higgins, of Easley, vis ited relatives in Pickens last week. B A Hagood and family have ar rived ira Pickens for the summie r. The singing at Mt. Tahor will take place the second Sunday in July. Mrs, Jeremiah Looper is reported very ill, but her numerous friends hope she may soon be up again. Dr. E. C. West, wife arid daugh. ter, of Atlanta, are on a visit to Mr-s. E. B. Webb. Miss Lula Hickle left last week for IA acon, Ga., where she goes to enter a business college. Lloyd H. (randy, who graduated in civil engineering at the Umiversity of Geergia last week, is now with- his parents in Pickens. Misses Maud Hlunicutt and Paula Taylor, of Seneca, visited Miss Eunice Bright, at Maynard, last week. The Liberty Township Singing as sociation will moot with Zion church, three miles south of Eaisley, on the first Sunday in July...

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. — 27 June 1907

Pickens So n. ~,1 .t.eset iIic , Itt' III fit~ I 'igilitist. 1)4 ll lii. 4'he hIt SIw 1111 11 'ty l4 4 )eu i aa b v v1 51C ti l a i I~if Ia I4I~r~) iti Iv~ 1)' 1c rv k i I4. Yoxdustvt' ) ti h10-14 r by s4i01 -h . w4 InI 4 1 1 S 4 - li I.it pIs- - iSl 4 is li t o v 's pt it %'-u -,.we a t h . I -% We n. here I -i IIa e tit' II',%, wih , t:41 Ii 14 Ih jU( ) -:1 lvih4) 0I W .iiirvsllili. tIlW inslinlil ' il i l"% ' f l - n il .(' 101! I fi r 4 In' 1t 25, - to 111 I th NI 4 r, , N M I , P I 6. .1-: l t .41G. I Iltilf-'s.\ A ty. i , a f.- s I 04)4 . t4o1n i 41 ins: I )Iii.' ho 11-L ~:i II'- 11 1 Ill- k' r 1111" 1 ,ld03 1 111 ;0 '111 i. t.ile t' 211, -e1 S t l im . hv s ren u Isor i t -11 t i n V-1 i . Ih r- I I . 1 t t- 4..1 .e i i - re l] i .1 m , -i -r It ."e I: J1'I.I 1 ount Of the condition of the Pin ,Ihnk, located a.t Picius ii. C.. :I tilh! cdos of husnes Jme 1I tLi , 10017. Vor. f IN), 126. 1 .uidiich'l 1,12531544 1r ni l lous' 'I23-57.28 01 ., toI: ;an d Bnl ker, 1i,031.81i Caur...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 27 June 1907

J. -McD. Bruce, 1. M. Mauldin, President." Cashier. THE PICKENS BANK PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA. CAPITAL - - . - $20,500-00, - PROFITS - - . - - 20,532.00 ' DEPOSITS - - - - 150,000.00 5 Per Cent Interest Paid On Deposits Directors J. 1. Banister, B. A. Hagood, . W. M. Hagood, J. M. Stewart, I. M. Mauldin, J. McD. Bruce. T. N. Hunter. H. A. Richey, J. P. Carey, W. E. Freeman Co. "AT THE OLD STAND." Are still offering bargains in dry goods, notions, shoes, staple and fancy groceries. We can sell you a good roasted coffee at 12 1-2C the pound Fancy patent flour at the old price, $5 the bariel Rib sid meat at i1c the pound Nice iite lard i oc. ~c6lo ene, 25c, 55c, and $1.25 the bucket. Best grade granulaned sugar 1S pounds for $i White Lake fish 7c the pound Three cans of good pie peaches for 25c " ""25C Three pound cans toniatoes at ioc each Alaska pink sahnons at ioc the can Three cans of green beans for 25C.' 'Three cans sweet corn at 25C We have just opened a new lot of Dress Goods an...

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. — 27 June 1907

That backing Because your your powers of r Take Scoti It builds up and strer It contains Cod Liver prepared that it is easy ALL DRUGGIST "BE WVitha full realization of we print it here in big, head t) describing our linie of goods ket. Many a man might have 1 niess ifU he had been satisfied w every sale; the houses which a those who do a big turnover c house with new goods and goc Just to keep the ball rolli 7C quality calicos Wc "1 Giniagbat 10 Organudies 35C bist PeIp)erel 1.'c bed ticking f 120( bed ticking fo teao Pereales for 50 Tablo Damiitl 121 qi;ality Line S*.50 Queen 1R1is Si King Bee Miei 50c qur.lity cuips e1 .Ac dinner plates' I Other Goods Reduced ac These prices are not copy copy them, D. Business Locals. Notices of Sale. Wants. Swaps, etc inserted in this Column at 5 cents per line for each insertlon. Nothing taken for less thani 10cenits. We do not ont quality, therefore w4 oannot out prices. Pickens Bottling Works. Wanted, to buy 1,000 hens, 1,500 doz on eggs and a...

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