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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 9 March 1904

CLEVELAND DENIES IT. SAYS HF HID NOT I1INF WITH A NEGRO. ' ? - Representative Webb of North Carolina Reads a Letter From Him in the House ol Representatives. \V asliington, March 1.?The canard mumiluctured by a Kai.Sns liepublicvn to tlu> elVect. that Mr. ... lv . . .. 1 A 1. 1 IUV l/l till U , Wilt? I! JUiftlUUlU, llilll entertained a negro at luncheon was completely exploded in tho house yesterday when lion. 10. Y. \Vobl>, of North Ca>otina, read a letter on the subject from Mr. Cleveland himself. When the charge was first made few days ago, there were general denials <?t" its truth, but the t<mei(iu denial from tlio ex-president himself came yost'rday. Taylor, thi* negro in question, resided for several years in Atlanta, whore lio published :i newspaper. This w:^, ;is 1 recollect it, .'li ter he hud served as minister t<> Liberia, and before ho was made reeorder of deeds of the District of Columbia. 11 ? will be remembered us :in exceedingly intelligent, well...

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. — 16 March 1904

s # * ? \ t Entered April '21$, 190.'} at Pickens, S. C., as second claim ninllrr, nuder art of Congress of Ma rob It, 1871). VOL XXXIII. PICKENS, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16, 1904. NO 41 llftM P17A Ul nnnrn loL'M nfftrt nm t i* 1 u nun, uuu. ii. i/nuri DIED IN WASHINGTON. REPRESENTED THE SECOND DISTRICT IN CONGRESS. The End Came Thursday Morning?He Had Been III For Eight Weeks ? A Native of Newberry. Columbia, Special.?lion. (> ?> W. Croft, representative in tlu? national in.use t !' ivpri-sentu!ives from Hie S'con<l Distinct ul youth Car lina, <]ir<l at his hnh1oi:<'0 in Washington at 7:08 o'clock Thursday morning. Mr. i r iS'f, hud been f-ulVcring from bl?W ]"isi i), with com ?1 ilions of stomach trouble and h M'l 1'aiiuro, <lu'? to u. pr< traded il!i,< t.s Mr. Croft's illi.ess dated back about eight werkf, when ho experienced Hilarn naius mnninr/ through Mm lvist; of (lie thumb. 31i^ niece ox-j niniited the hand and picked from : the thumb a minute ppli...

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 March 1904

Pickens Sentinel-Journal. I'UI" 'SHED EVEliY WEDNESDAY MORNING. BY Tho Sontinol-Journal Company. Thompson & Kichky, Puurs. L. O. TlIOMl'SON, I'.ihtou. yabs(.viptio:i SI.00 Per Anmuii. Av.lvorti.siug lv>tc.s lli-iisonuble. Kntururt ut lMcitus I'ostoilice us Sceoii'l Cluss Mv.Jl Mutter PICKENS, S. ('. : Wednesday, March 1'}, 11)01. * POLITICS WILL SOON HAVE RIGHT! OF WAY. The warm wts.I her uf (he past IVw j <lny8 lias been a reminder of tbo near approach of spring, and I ho approach i or spring 011 an election year iilwiiys ; turns the thoughts of the American > citizen to }? #11tic:s. It is, of course, too early lor definite ai uounccineiits fix in the candidate*-, hut the political pot is already slightly siinnn ring. The pcoplo Imve bej* hi to discuss probable candidates, mid the pmbable candidal h are ulioudy casting around for a compreln ns?ive view of ( the situation and to {/<;( themselves , in slmpo and their supporters to ( go lb or. This is presidential elec...

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. — 16 March 1904

r Mens EsntiLel-Journal. Happenings ol a Local and Personal Mar;. ? Pay for llio j>ap?r. ? IJi:v?-r look tiov.si on lli"So who look nj> to '.on. ? Mr. and Mis. ]). F. Parsons spent. i:i I.iiioity. ? \Y. O. U 'stnv iind D. I!, lmmik y ! have ( M-hiU'g. >1 :. suleiict-. ? Mrs. A. .1 vi.-iU-d Vr:s. T. ! 13. 3-Ii??uiiiss, ? ! i'jit-li-v, lust wtn-!. . T.i..? 1 > (: .11 : <> 1 wir. i-i;m v> I: i jU'lilll'M !U. IK XI. Stltulixy Dl 'l lllll;; It i 11 o'clic::. ? U (1 Curutoi) unci P. 10. .\:<x | niKin', <?) I'icU.-ns, i>peut .liuiuliy in <3re?.n ville. ?Under tlio ii lliinncn nf dm i*? ? . cent warm days, \u.mg trues aio buginning lo bud. ?Dr. W. F. Austin, (lentint, will be in 1'iokoQH Tuesday unit Wednesday, M uch 'J2d and 23d. ?Mrs. Anita Ambler Brenzealp. of Ueltoi', is on a visit. to her parents, Mr. nml Mre. J. II. Ambler. ?Tlio to!* |i!n?iio exchange office bus been moved Mid is now incuted up taira yvor the l\ilu:tin bank. ? Even when nho d-tean't l...

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. — 16 March 1904

From Turkey. Pence nu<1 quiet is the bast news And n< thing wut'HO than creaking The of tho dogs in the rabbit chuse. Ami every boy with a smiling fac, > 'i'lio old lady in (he corner picking cracked cotton, And the darkey plowing in the <nld cl.i\ Oottoir, The old man with a wrap around UIPI hIIUIllUUl>\ Says ho onco belonged to old' KoldicfH, Who fought for their's us best thoy could, And that ho among them quietly Blood. In Alabama they isanod peas, In Tennessee just whut tlioy plense, In North Carolina tar niul rosin, l?nt. in f-iimrmn (y/^?lio?o ???**! c\?? Kliiim, In old Virginia old lmrd Iuclc With a little piece of razor back. Small {;rnin is beginning to show n little, mi l guano hauling in progressing, but farm work is blow. Kellev Pros, and Grunt Bros, are sawing bhirgles at the rato of 18,000 per clay u:> II. J. L^wiw' olacu. It. From Central. It looks like now Unit fanners ill be lute planting their crops, from the looks of rain wo have been having. Th...

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 March 1904

Ifadmodchabd^caudenI fiyjSJ.r/>/G& conyniortr, /04. ?v o . .5 . rntaa, nocnro/?o. /a. copkerjponnr-j^ce sol ici ted . If you note the work of (lio pocket gopher In your orclmnl, no time* should bo lost in exterminating him. He Is a terror to tlie roots of apple trees. Man's judgment on fat eattlo is not yet perfect, lor the prize animals are 1 nearly always beaten by some less attractive beast when the block test Is | Ciml I ml If you meet n man with but one arm and he is under sixty years of ago, lie is more likely to have had a round ,wltli a corn shredder than to have had the missing arm hacked off by an army Burgeon. A market which will absorb and take care of <12,000 head of beef cattle, 500 calves, 00,000 hogs, 30,000 sheep and 800 horses in one day is no small nf fair, nnd that Is what the stockyards at Chicago (lid on Jan. 11, 11)0-4. | A well settled old county on tho borders of the upper Mississippi river paid out lust year tho lorge sum of $-1.10 lor uountioB 01...

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. — 16 March 1904

A CONVERTED ANARCHIST [Oricinal.) j lxiiiu n mi n iii iiii- mis Hiory r do I or I could not. tell it without ::1 most Purely occnsloinjc his death: "1 was n poor man. though ? ticlon^oil to a good family and l):ul boon well educated. At college l imbibed r'Vo'.;j-j tionary, not to say communistic, doc trine.- which inllueneed mo, but not sorlously, until on eon:mil; out of the university I lo! t my lather and the assistanee lit1 had given me; then, facing ;Ity world with no means. 1 was drawn b embrace anarchism. There wr.s no ex. i cuse ior mo. 1 was young. anil llie workl was before inc. I was one of the impractical, theorizing kind w!,.. prefer trying to rovohitii niv.o nil! nr. ; laws rather than work. Added 1<> this. 1 had the faculty of inspiring others. I joined a hand of anarchists and became a loader among them. "My mother hail a brother of whom 1 had never hoard, lie was considered the black sheep of the family and wa'? never spoken of to me, the only child of his on...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 16 March 1904

I THE LOUD TALKER SAY! . B^tSatS J mm THE LARG F<>r Ft'i-tili/,ii'?r purposes f oro a pur?> 0<-tt ?n ?(V<1 -;tI s< ^ just as Ir.M. fri.in luills and ot.h 9 to n-aiiulactuic it. W? < iunrai.tcf; S per rent. ^ h1h)w si higher jiorc?ntagn. Jr C-impure our Meal with Mills br'l'oio buying eUnwlmro. L^Uberti I ? 1,17 A WiT e w nm More Cu ajid Mat Our business is increasing to double it. You will ask By giving our customers tli money. We have some ba to your interest to see us b "ffrsm IT We have on hand a large s expect to sell at a bargain f will pay you to examine on We have a nice line of Dry are always ready to serve ) H. A. Rl Ir'or a low (ln^.-i or until I oIoho out tl IMule tobacco at 10c n |>1ur; 3 pbig |s< limij>|)H by tlm l>ox ;1H(! a lb; Kai |( Jooil 35oj 1 hikes Mixture (hiik kh>f I>ounil DupM iJfji*. I lmvo u f<;w linu hh nny; ii 1 title broken, but tlmt does loader I will mnko it nt. 25 11m for | WOMEN'S' F Veiy lino #rudf. i'liey ur...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 16 March 1904

Norris News. Everything is in the swim, Spring litis just cotno in ? Ann th? MnroLi wind is chilly, But it's over silly? To think that the ueattuns never change. Yew tiio fishermen tiro beginuing to si udy, When will the river ov^r got muddy? And tbo fatnifcrs* eyes uro all in a wink For they aro scattering that stuff that's a stink; Bid, tho wives are at homo all in a fret, For mere's no vegetables at homo to cook, you bet. Again sho hears the birds Hinging, F> r the "March winds and April showers bring forth tho May flowers. But alas! wn forgot You might think of tho f-'priag poet" And no?wo 11 l'o rot. Wo are glad to report tho honlih of our commrutty is fairly uood with Blight exemptions, such as bad colds, grippe find whooping cough. B. F. T. Blackerby and v.ifo have been fiufl'ering with tho grippe but aro considerably improved. We aro sorry to report C<ipt. .7 ? . Garrett eon lined to his room. For Homo weeks h" has l-een puiV'-rin. with u leg Mint fever settled i:i m n...

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 March 1904

I vol. xxxiii. Pickens, south Carolina, ^w?djVesday, march 23, 1904. in I TYVJV mvw ? ??* ' Ei?4'. '.A v- ? ^ iMi -?mbhhuhhhMHIHHI v | ..Stui \ I GRE | You can tnnko out KTUIi DIVA NT'S and f j | Dry Goods, ( ^ At n Iprh prion than any f \ satisfaction < I' knowing bought and find nny art ft. ami got yuv money < re \ Our CI -tiling bnsint 1 y, good many lots of 0110 or ' | ig down bo low. il you c?n I ij it away till uuxt i"'al 1. :J Wlu-n yon come to < - | Jniog tho wholo family? I' M r 1 y 5/ 01 | n. s\. on I (i ree J T'i fkmmuxxxBB-iT? ?am I f w nraatu.*!' . > ' iMtWJr-m n? * *? AV, T. McKdLL, J. ,s. WILSON I Vn-nMonl. ^ .... , xil, ?**"1 -* DKAUCUS IX> tf^Colton Seed Meal, Hulls, Oil an ; ! . ^ Now ready for! Our (iinnery has been running on lul and wc thank our patrons for thci Our Mill is now grinding regularly plenty ol hulls, meal or "batting." Bring your S1 CI 11) and exchange the or we will pay you the highest \v seed just as you prefer. v Come, to us ami se...

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 March 1904

gf [ Pickens Sentinel-Journal. ft I?lTnMSHKl> KVEHY WEDNKHDAY MORNING. HY The Sontinel-Journal Company. Thompson & TJioukv, Proi>s. .) h. O. THOMPSON, Rditoh. bubticriptioii SI.00 lVr Annum. Advertising K ites Reasonable. KntoreU hi Pickens l'ostofllce an Second Class Mai! Mailer l'lCKKNH, S. ('. : Wednesday. Mureh '2:1, 15)04. SULLYS FAILURE: Tim fiiihii'i! of 1 )niui'l .1 Snllv. (lie famous speculator in cotton, wliilc not expected, caused no <^ieat amount uf surprise. Hits career in the cotton i uket thus fur is similar to that of . Ik < jjreat speculators in cotton i ho^o careers havo ended. It would ><<> mi easy matter to nnme a dozen >ther speculators who hccatne rich ind known ail over the country for tl.eir operations in cotton futures, i ut who died comparatively poor. Mr. Hully came to the front hist season when, it was said, bo mndo severid millions of dollars. Of course it isn't known how mu.'h tin hud whmi I the season closed. The reports ...

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 March 1904

/ ^ o( a Local and personal Nature. ?The wedding boils will soon rinf. \( t iu Pickoua. - Bora ou tbb 17th inetunt, to Mr y and Mrs. U. W. Fair, a daughter. ?Tho farmers 4iave begun to tall about the grain crop being a fuiluro ?Touchers, don't forgot tho moot, ing far teacher i at Pickens, Saturday >?When jmi need any mortgages The Sentinel Jourmd can supply you. ?Boi ...son the l8Lh instant. to Mi !'1 and Mrs. A.nthony l^llenburg, a daughter. ?J."Walter Lilngaron, of Sidney sty Neb., i? on a vinit 1/ lii* f.ither, J. T ' ? Lflngfctou. -Sixteen ccnts cotton just, will * *? bring smiles to t-bo face of every man who has any to sell. ?Tho' bnuiil grain crop looks more ptomising nfe spring approaches, ami our farmers -no muto hopeful. -?Lot every toachor in the county #att(-iiil I ho toucher's meeting at Pickcut*, Saturday, the 20th. _ ?Plant corn by all means, hut do.Vt noglect to put in u good cotton ci'op You will Gnd use for it all. :t ?Road our advertisements--there aro several...

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. — 23 March 1904

! /with j11 Items of Interest Ter From Six Mile. ? There is ono Buro way to have! good roads iu this section ol' the l" ? country; that is to build thorn. You can't make tliem by adopting long winded resolnhons an some overconfideut, friends seem to think. Talk is a good thing in its place, and it sometimes leads to result?, but talk alone nover did accomplish anything ol importance. It is a\ lamentable fact tbat we aro badly in need of crood roads, and it is*. 11k(? wise a lamentable tact that most people are content to do tho talking and lot the other fellows do the work and foot tho bills. But that ia u. poor way to accomplish anything. If tho country roads aro in n. nniir umiflilinn f?iriiior And liis J - "\vile and his daughter and his son and his hired man come to town simply when they are com polled to. They often mies a good market for their products because the roads are too poor to got to town. , This is a loos to the farmers and a losa to the merchant; it also causes to a...

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 1904

IRlPRr 'V; r: m ? pfl ' pm THE PICKENS SENTINEL-JOURNAL. ? v . . , I? . - Entered April 2fl. lflOfl nt. Pin'keim. H. 0.. an second nlnns nuiltcr. nndor net of Cohki-psr of Mnroh }}, 1879. VOL XXXIII. PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30, 1904. -=== II. , 'I" '! J I' - - 1 NO A ? 35 j f pci. dll 5 (; i < L.i I You can mnk STUK 1)1 V ANT'S Dry Good At n Ipps prico thn satisfaction of kuo bought and find ai and tfot your mom life1 g Our Clothing I gooil many lots of down bo low it you it away till noxt F< When you con U*lll^ II11J >V IIU1U I 11 I I ' H. K. : fSijr T. McFALL, ^ J. S. WILSC / -4-The Pickens Oil i. ~ D1C A LEI Cotton Seed Meal, Hull P^'Now" ready !' Our Ginnery has boon running and we thank our patrons I 1 . T\/T: .1 : . . l: - AVlll 1Y11|1 IS IIUW 11 plenty of hulls, meal or "lx Bring your SEK1) and exchar or we will pay you the hi^ l \ see1' just as you prefer. I v V Come to us and see how \vi ^ \ are not controlled by outs much, or more, lor your s<...

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 1904

Pickens SwU-kml. < PUlUilUlIED KVEUY WKONK8DAY MOKN1NU. ??Y? " , Tho Sontinol-Journal Company. i TnntrpHnN & ItimiKV. Piioi's. J. L. O. THOMPSON, Kmtou. Subscription $1.00 Per Anuum. Advertising Rutos ReasonableKutered Rt I'lcienb I'ORtoltleo as Second Class Mftll Matter PICKENS, S. C. : Wednesday, March !J0, 1004. EASLEY-ANDERSON TROLLEY LINE. Somo of I ho progressive business men and representative citizens of that hustling littlo city?Etislev ? have put their hoiuls together and have evolved a plan for the betterment of that town in particular and that section of country in general; n plan, tho consummation of which, will bo of untold bonefit, ono which will add untold, and advanced valna tion to all properties all throughout that section, and a something thai will bo of untold bonofit to the business, ns well as the social intorests of all tho sections directly interested and concorned. This enterprise is nothing nioro than a trolley lino from Eosley to Anderson. Whether ...

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 1904

V ' Pickens Sentinel-Journal. Happenings ol a Local and Personal Nature. ? M. C. Wiuoheater in reportoil l quite Bick. /v. ?Mis? Hotter Cureton is quite sick with Bob aculo gi?stritiBV. ^Xiston, a son of J. It. Morgan, ofPrater# section, is sick with pneumonia. ?The preaching days at Town Crook church is every first Sunday. Everybody invited fttei 'The weather bureau sent out the HHP following yesterday: "Frost in oxposed places tonight." ?A local weathoi prophet sa\H the fruit crop will not be eafo until after tho full inoon in April. 1 --Pencil blossoms are uo.w plenti1 fill, and tho prospect for a good peach crop was never more promising. ?Dr. A. B. Wardlaw, dentist, will ho in liia officu in Pickens on next Monday nud Tuesday, April 4th and I 6th. . ?T. L. Bivins and family now occupy the Richey house on Garvin Btroof, recently vacated hy A John Boggs. v ?Mat. Julian is all smiles, but his ^^^^flfltetthbors aay ho has to gi t before a to tell whether ho Hying. It's a girl. E^^^U...

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. — 6 April 1904

r THE PICKENS SENTINEL-JOURNAL. 1 Entered April 23,1903 nt, Pickens, S. C., uk kcooihI claps nuittor, tinder act of Congre?8 of March 3, 1879. * ^ VOL XXXIII. PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6, 1904. _ ~ ? Ta " i [ ..Stui You can nmko out 8TUHDIVANT'S and \ Dry Goods, < B At a 1 ops prico thnn an3 n satisfaction of knowing bought and find any ?rt Jtt and get your money on Our Clothing buMiiv pood many lots of ono ' down bo low il: you can away till When you come to DM!.. ll-- t. -1 - e - 1 ? Skiing my wiiuiu iuiniiy? H. K. St I MoI'AIjL, J. s. WILSON', I A? resident. Vice I Ljpie Pickens Ottjil PL C^CotiolSeed Meal, Hulls, Oil V'.f ow ready for Buf Ginnery has been running on Kipnd we thank our patrons for th r Mill is now grinding regula j|Mplenty of hulls, meal or "batting Bing your SEED and exchange tl scr we will pay you the highest RVeed just as you prefer. ^^B|me tc^MS' -and see, how well w< ^'not controlled by outside ] Bch, or more/for your seed t r R. H. C B...

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. — 6 April 1904

Pickens Sgatinei-Iounml. rUUIJ8HBL? KVEIIY WEDNKHDAV MOUNINU, Tho Sontingl-Journal Company, TnoMpsoN & Kiciiey, I'noi's. J. Ij. O. rilOMl'iiON, Kditoh. Ktibam-iption 31.00 Per Anuum. Advertising liutoa Reasonable "*' ff r'+" ?^ - - - KiU0/0(l fct 'ricioiiH rohtolUco ns Sccoud Clus Mall Matter riOKKJiS, S. ('. : Wednesday, April (>, 11)01. Tlio President mid the Commis sionor of Pensions may creato now classes of pensioners. but it rcmainf for Congress to find the mou03 \vi<> which to i ay tlio claims. Congro-s therefore, cannot esc ipo ifs responsi bilily in tho mutter of I ho new nor vico pension order. Col. DeJager, ft etnlY oflieer . t Gen Crortju in llio Bier war and ilio hen of a dozen tin illing adw ntuies dm ing the continuance of liosstilitiop was arrested in New York thoolliei day on the charge of having passod i worthless chock. (JjI. iX'Jager wa rnueli chagrined, mid said flia Americans did not appreciate iioroen Ono of the candidates "tnowec under" in tho re...

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. — 6 April 1904

Happenings ol i Local and Personal Katun ~Dr. W. F. Austin will bo in li i ley Tuesday, April 12. ?J. D. Moore naouuces hims for treasurer this week. R ?Save your cliiokous now for t pronohers and candidates. ?Boru uoto Mr. aud Mr?. E. Smith on tho 4th iust., n "<oh. jpwf*1* ?-^uat roceivad barrel of Co TJola, *Wi!Hi car oi ico to go with it ? Watch the weekly ohanges tha Littlo B oo Hivo ad. in this pup ? Mrs. B. Lewis is visiting 1 Bister, Mrs. L. S. Grundy, in Groi ?Mrs. J. F. Banistor,- of Cat _ Vm- choe, visited her parents in town Ji ( week. ?W. A. Bruco spont Saturd aud Sunday lubt with his parents n ??i - urwiuvme. ?B. F. Pnrrona went to Gref ville Tuesday for trcuLinont ut I Black's sanitarium. ?JSovoral of our advertisers clmn rthifiAveok. Kent! thoir notices a ?"profit by their con ton ts. ?N. D. Taylor will bo in his si dio iu Pickens on Tuesday and \V< nosday April 19th and 20th. ?Bead new advortisomont of f J. Thomas Arnold Company in ] issue. It will interest jo...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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