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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 28 May 1903

THE PICKENS SNI THE PICKENS SENTINEL, Established, 1871. Y 28, 1 THEPEOPLAES'JOUR L, Es03 . tablished,1891 7 CONSOLIDATED), 1903. ROAD CONSTRUCTION. The Improvement and Maintenane of Dirt Htghways. It is a comparatively simple matter to take care of the surface water on a farm or neighborhood road, and with a road machine several hundred feet of good roadbed suitable for neighborhood traffic can be shaped in a day of ten hours. If the road is suitably crowned so as to shed water into the ditches and the surface is compacted with a heavy roller, a useful neighborhood road can be produced at wonderfully small cost. On a dirt road of this character a wide tire will consolidate the surface and steadily Improve the road, reduc ing the cost of maintenance to a mini mum, said E. L. Tessler, Jr., in an ad dress before a South Carolina good roads convention. If, however, narrow tired vehicles are driven over a dirt road the roadbed will be cut up in a i3t7ThED BY NARROW TIRES. s rt time, the...

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. — 28 May 1903

THE PICKENS SENTIEUJORNA THE PICKENS SENTINEL, Established. 191. PIOK ENS, S. C., MAY, 28, 1903. VOL. XXXIII. NO TlE PEOPLES' JOURNAL, Estblished, 1891 m'nROrTlATric) 1903. 2 - ROAD CONSTRUCTION. The Improvement and staintenane of Dirt Highways. It is a comparatively simple matter to take care of the surface water on a farm or neighborhood road, and with a road machine several lindred feet of good roadbed suitable for neighborhood trafc can be shaped in a day of ten hours. If the road is suitably crowned so as to shed water into the ditches and the surface is compacted with a h'avy roller, a useful neighborhood road can be produced at wonderfully small cost. On a dirt road of this character a wide tire will consolidate the surface and steadily improve the road, reduc ing the cost of maintenance to a mini mun, said E. L. Tessier, Jr., in an ad dress before a South Carolina good roads convention. If, however, narrow tired vehicles are driven over a dirt road the roadbed will be cut up...

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. — 28 May 1903

ilk JimL L;D EVERY THUESDAY MORInG. BY ntnel-Journal Company. SON & RICHEIY, '"ROPS. 0. THOMPSON, EDITOR. 3 ptiou $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising R-ites Reasonable. Pickens Postoffice as Second Class MalMatter PICKENS, S. C.: 1Tursday, May 28, 1903. V, -tton at ten to twelve cents, 'kens, cattle and everything ,is country will be scarce, tton. Its a pitty we have ip with livestock anew every :)D goes low. There ought )rt of Noah's ark at hand to p- the species till the wave of p passes. Ireams the farmers .-mnst Lnthey read the ,arket re a eoad both t fall. Cotton going to town xncev returning. We only hope the Mai:t will stay where it is or go highr South Carolina farmers de - er. inning. The prosperity .aye wai look better when rolling over the- -ld hills of Pickens county. si't often that we have an op prtuty to show our gratitude to ,Ce 0 Confederate Soldiers. We ti , some of them, a-paltry ut this is too little compen .et us give them our out j a- preciation. Let us show much ...

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. — 28 May 1903

.aMI 01a L& I &J a16AiatKLUG. -Ice c.ld drinks and ice at all 3es. Pickens Drug Co. -A goodly crowd from Liberty at aded the commencement exercises Pickens last week. -R. C. Carter, Liberty, has re ived a complete line of buggies, har ess, saddles, whips, laprobes, etc. -Mrs. H. W. Bradley and little o1, Paul, of Atlanta, are spending a .ew days with relatives in Pickens. -Mrs. Lizzie Clark, wife of Elfird Jlark, of the Pearl section, is quite 11 and under the care of two physi - e-*:ans. -Mr. Will Glenn, of Liberty, was ray much in evidence at the com -nencement exercises last Friday light. -R. C. Carter, Liberty, wants to reduce his stock. See his new ad. ?ertisement; it will tell you something tbout it. -A regular strike took place at 1 ;he brick yard thTs week for less aours and more pay. They are still 1 -naking brick. -Elmo and Harry, two bright sons >f W. H. Chapman, of Liberty, spent ieveral days with Charles E. Robin ;on, jr., last week. -Troupe Partridge, who ha...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 28 May 1903

MVARRIE Mr. and Mrs. Adam Livingood, of l Whiskey has prolonged the wi an ag D1 i W qu do /a , a di ea It -ne IMR. ADAX LIVINS0OD, 91 years old. DUFFY'S P IS Ti It lias prolonged many thousand lives as it has Mr. and Mrs. Livingood, and there is no other medicine in the world whiah .will keep the system in normal conclition, prevent the decay of the tissues, strength en the heart action and enrich the blood like Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey. it is an bsolutely pure stimulant and tonic, free from fusel oil and other dangerous Ingre dients so common in most whiskies. It cures grip. consumption, bronchitis, ca tarrh, asthma, malaria and all low fevers, dyspepsia, and invigorates the brain. It makes the old young: keeps the young strong. Do not fill your body full of drugs and medicines which poison the sys tem. Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey is the only whiskey recognized by the Government as a medicine. This is a guarantee. It is absolutely pure and contains no fusel oil. R is prescribed by o...

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. — 4 June 1903

IiEPICKENS SE THE PIKE 1 81.) I E 1 - - I Entered April 23,1903 nt Pickens, s.oC., as seon lsmterudracofCnesofMrh3189 THE PICKENS SENTINEL, Established, 1871. T(T1NS' S C TJUNE 4 1903. VOL.T XXXHI. NOx TH E PEOPL ES' JOURNA L, Established, 1891 PICKEJJ .L.iN) , . J., U ~ ~ -~'-- kJJ N..~ |CONTINUE Those who are gainIng fles and strength by regular treat ment with Scott's Emulsion should continue the treatmer In hot weather: smaller dos and a little cool milk with It wi do away with any objectlo which Is attached to fatty pro ducts during the heate season. Send for free sample. SCCTT & BOWNE, Chemists, 40g.4z5 Pearl Street, New Yor Soc. and $z.oo; all druggists. STATE NEWS. -About fifteen employes in card room of the Walhalla coi mill went on a strikl last we They demanded higher wages. mill keeps running and there is excitement. -Reports from all over State indicate that the cool we2 er is interferring seriously w the cotton cr3p-that in s< counties it is already' more ti thr...

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. — 4 June 1903

PUBLISHED EVERY TFTRSDAY MORNIN -BY The Sentinel-Journal Company. THoPsoN & RicEEY, PRors. 0. TH0MPSON, EDITOR. Subscription $1.00 Per Annum.' Advertising Rates Reasonabl Entered at PicKens Postoffice as Second Cla Mail Matter PICKENS, S. C.: Thursday, June 4, 1903. A NEW BOTEL IN PICKENS. "That Pickens is the best place in South Carolina in which to ss the hot months of summer 1 own fact., but for some 6eason or other, heretofore visi tors from the lower parts of the State have not been encouraged. The accommodations have been poor and those who came have had to board at various private homes out in the country, where at best one must put up with much that was inconvenient and where the solitude is well nigh oppressive. All this will be changed now. With the comnpletion of the hotel which is being built by Mr. T. D. Harris, one of the most progres sive merchants in the town, Pick ens will have a modern and strictly up-to-date house, espec ially adapted to the comfort and pleasu...

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. — 4 June 1903

Ha8RigI Lo al Man PersaI Natmll -Ice c)ld drinks and ice at v times. Pickens Drug Co. -Squire Philip Chapman, of Eal tatoe, was in Pickens Monday. -Call on us for peas and cane seec We have them in abundance. Craig Bros. -R. C. Carter, Liberty, has re ceived a complete line of buggies, har ness, saddles, whips, laprobes, etc. -Cliff>rd B Parsons operator a Flowery Brauch Ga. spent Sunday a his fathers, B. F. Parsons. -Charles M. Ragsdale who live on the Twelve Mile side is quite sick his friends hope for him a speedy re covery. --Out in Georgia th ey say tha cotton seed meal dusted over Iris] potatoes will kill the bugs or driv them away. -Ex-Magistrate, B. D. Garvin, o .,,the Norris section, was in Picken Saturday. He is looking well an< reports ~his section as thriving. -Wauted at once-A thousanc pretty girls who will agree never tc say a mean or envious word about another girl. All nay apply at once and be sure of getting the job. -N. D. Taylor. photographer, wil: be in his...

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. — 4 June 1903

In Nick Ho a Sub~maine DiVer's Life Wa.s' SaVed at the La.gt Moment. Abeful Experience of a Toilet .Vnder- the~ .ea Whosge Air Wasr C at Off by Jam.med Tube. Many are the dangers which the sub marine diver is cor:stantly called t< encounter, but nothing approaches ir peril the fouling of his air tube, foi that means sprol'y death. One of the most remark-able eases O3 fouling or, record is furnish~ed by a re cenet e:xperience of Frank W. Moran, ~l employ of the A. Sorensox Wrecking comp any of I oston. The incident iu question happened .when Moran was; working on th( san insh .'-ater ndaote divr erwrk n th-tae'Ihl ewe maetehl ftesteamer asinwih tc th-o cnducted atyer ao t Mach ofnth sanek ing sht aer. Unknnother ie worke ork-h dier triMoat ar holed ino thee decks sofe they subered steamfotert thet hold wtrunghoneuntly hae ~ ~onvierahis hatchway the acionth Thfae oered of theeaions waght( cokering.ul o Atahe sotee hasc th aslosed iatn prrepratpig iront andtd aterpondrous coern deof...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 11 June 1903

HTtNTtP.VLSJO NA E abi be I U NI % 0 .V L X X I O A lows Disease takes no summer vacation. If you need flesh and strength use Scott's Emulsion summer as in winter. Send for free sample SCOTT & BOWNE, ChMist, 409-45 Pearl Street, New York. Soc. and a.co; all druggists. HINTS FOR FARMERS - Pokato Gawiwng. Tho following is a summary of a buI6 lotin published by Cornell university exporiment station: *1xtensivo tillage alone is not sut clent to produce a large yield of pota toes. The soil upon which the potatoes are grown should be properly supplied with humus if moisture is to be con served through a drought. On a soil well supplied with humus the moisture may be conserved even though a severe drought and a fair crop of potatoes are produced. - Spraying with bordeaux mixture in nearly every case has Increased the yield of potatoes even when blight has not been prevalent. The practice should become more general. Harrowing potato land after potatoes are planted and before the plants ...

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. — 11 June 1903

A1 eaday q, e retnb N i" ickens t b l y1ov 11, themS lves ofr ve'nOR lhiv itationl extointed byv 16 (I ater U. D. C. -rly,(Oc people boganl to como1 Itoy uitinud to pour into thle 1ry road hl Ing lo 1,tkhons unAil th 16town11( h witin bor hospitable btlg o people eVOgat here Votoran sldiers 0a l iember *ow loyal me n wm from every quao4 r and gav teir best efforts to elty redoom ihio Stao and' roinstate her it h odginatl jovereignty when1 Hhe waw ioddnti dow by L'hine incom pet.i an ti h!o alient. It tooli stern iomures thtn and those meaosures per canedont by'mnon who meant t1oaccomp.1ish thi even as they ha10 accomphshoi.1 thinofa in the more t trying, days o)f unI war. 111 thoseo dae m1c euln cae 11ad1 thw itroets of Pichos, Vh11 ,I oI - rvibig, took on an hir of ns hf- mdado all 8 pet( n11 p 1i O(L i. l( j. i, ti . steri 'o Un rciz (ut ifhi td~ isstes rotin crti-.' woro rewl problews and Ani Oh t ec Anplaythign of timte y I Whd cmpiy r ws o hemobered r olyn -aI,, 0 hc h of it rc...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 11 June 1903

nopp~ijfs ti a Local and Personal Nature. -p o)ld drinks and Ice at all 'Mines. . Pokens Drug Co. -Dr W. F. Austin, dentidt, will be in Fasley June 16th ad 17th. "Boru unto Mr. and Mrs., L. 0. Thoraley on the 3d inst., a daughter. -Born unto Mr. and Mrs. 3. Finney on the 11th inst., a daughter. --A'weather prophot says we will have a number of thunder squallis this month. -Miss Hattio Harris, of Table Moint ain, visited her sister, Mrs. J. B. R. Freeman last week. -Call on us for peas and cane seed. We have them in abundance. Craig Bros. -R. C. Carter, Liberty, has re. coiveod a complete line of buggies, her nots, saddlOs, whips, laprobes, etc. * -Misses Fannie and Nannio Ha. go(1, two very charm; young ladies of 'Oreenwood, are . the Ambler House. --R. C. Carter, Liberty, wnts to reduce his stock. See his now ad. vertisement; it will toll you something about it. -Any one in need of first. class oak or pino lumber will do well to send their orders at once to S. H. Brown, Pearl, S. (...

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. — 11 June 1903

Z h r t iAg that whlege Irs, pe that which gave riso Lto lQ.~eX~resi~nlynh lw." Like >)AW~aled 99a1Way, and the date was8 *.0Ik hat Year Jamnes .Lynch Fizste * jhen)on' of Goiway's most prosper , Was mayor. At that time considerale W trading was carried on between Galway and Spanish ports. This mayor was an opulent merchant INMM A B 01 4ff'"'lF//ff ri IL sl // t * TJ 813 to bu TUE JUDGE LAUNOHED 111 SoN;iTO ETEn NITY. and did a large busino w and frequ ly we On ilI a trip to Spain. last visi to that country he recived with great hospitality at - the house of a rich man named Gomez, and the two formed a great friendship. When Eynch Fitzsteplhei was about to return home, in order to ninke some grateful return for the hospitaility lhe had received he requested of Gomnez as a particular favor to allowv his son, a youth of nineteen, to accoulany'hilm to Ireland, promising to take good care of him during his stay. Young Gomez~ himself was delighted with the opportunity thus aftorded hi...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 18 June 1903

0--N x~. 44 A ~ HE FCKENS >SNII*JUNL SEteied April 28, 1908 at Piekens, S. 0. as sbQoud clp matter under ac of Congress of Marh 8, 1879. T PIK PIC. .,NS SUN. 18,N9L, VO.bXtXXhe 1821. NO 4 'r I -~POI ' .lolT1NA L. Nstabli bed: 1891.E S ' THY S.OP 1-:, JUPIC1,K08 Mother's Ear A WORD IN MNOTIfIe EAR i WHEN NUREIN AN INPANT, AND IN TM MONH N THAT coMe WEPQRE THAT SCOT T' EMULSION euPPate rH lTxrnA OTMENT AND NiOURti*HMENTi so NExcN~A,,~y pdEw THN HNALTH QO w0TH MOTHER AND CHILD. Send for free sample. SCOTT & DOWNE, Chemists, 409-415 Pearl Street, NewYork. Soc. and $S.oo; all druggists. FOR BETTER ROADS. LABOR UNIONS AND AUTOMOBILE, MANUFACTURERS JOIN HANDS. The Use of Prison Labor In Dailding Publie Highwaym - A Labor Lead- - er's Plan For the Employment of Convicts In This Work. Tile convention of American road makers which met in Detroit was re markable in tills respect, that Mr. George Burns, the great labor leader and president of the Michigan Labor union, advocated the use o...

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. — 18 June 1903

v be ble rable. '4, 0611. ''Q)Q~l~yi~ ag1e -gbts off' the me and A be so bloiedl )Io ro. Iv. I dot mean indiscrio iate yt-that ia disgu'sting. Y mean . aencou1ragemen. t of that vbich u8 good. Tou notieu' that the 61ic man oi your post is appai-ontly ying to do his duty. You mention # to your neighbur, perhaps, bit you uovor spok of it to the polideman 1thiml~f. So far s he knows you are 'xo bottor ploased tban you ivotild be o took nu- paina. The natural of ,l1,oOL of this its to discourage hia of. oite. You ride with a street oar dietor who does somothing better ) the common run of conductors 1 --for instane, callf all tho streets 17, Evory person in the car in Ommlllded him for it, but if * dy spoaks to hitm about it, be is 't o think it is not approoiated. e a kind word of onecouragement . inflence him to try to excel 1t oly in thin particular but in h10e1s. Most of us are free enough ith our advorse criticiam, ospecially ,f persona who occupy plaese in the ublic eye, It we smch...

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. — 18 June 1903

l VI8ItIIi9gS Of a Local and( Pokiera NatIllre. --Work on B. A. Hagood's house is progressing rapidly. -Dr, W. F. Austin, dentist, will be in Pickens Juie 23d and 24th. -The more ono bears some peo 1e talk, the better ho likes silence. -Born to Mr. and Mrs. James (. tewart on the 11th inst. a flue boy. *-rs. N. D. Taylor has been kept . uito busy at the studio at Pickens i is week. -Tho fortieth anniversary of the battle of Gettysburg will be colo :,rated July lot to 3d. - -Call on us for pea% and cane seed. So have them in abundance. 4 Craig Bros. --Garfif i Breckenridge, colored, lying onl Mr. John Ferguson's place -eports cotton squares on the 15th. - Senator Latimer is to go to El. oorton, Ga , on July 7th and deliver ,m address on the subject of goodi :oads. a -Any ore in need of first class oak >r pino lumber will do well to send heir orders at once to S. 1. Brown, ?earl, S. 0. --Not much business is being done Iywhere at present, but traveling 'nen Pay Pickens is one of th...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 18 June 1903

"V Dke up, wake u 0. .n go for the doctbrl On4 0 the Cildrer seems to be very Ill and needs nedicI. aitteDtioln at once." Shek I6e.t* words of a wife and riother resdingn a poor tenement housqi 'that Wt the city where Now York steres away the poor, the destituto.and the frilend. less. A dini light from an old lam.r wit'. out a chimney was Just sufilcidnt to render darkness visible, and the air of the little hovel was so-filled with smoke that it was WhOlly. unfitted for ihal Ing. At last . r. Brown -was dressed and, descending the -rickety stairway found himself in the open air. Ihe night was storumy,.and the snow fell in blinding sheOts upon -his dark and gloomy pathway.' As he turned into Broadwfky he was seized by four masked inen and hurried off to the Bat tery, whore he was forced Into a small boat and carried out to a large one'ly. ing at anchor In the harbor. Once on board, he was stored away In the lower ..part of the vessel and not permitted to seo any one for ten days. At....

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 25 June 1903

1; -4-p -4 Mi4 v a'aee A10 28H I . ke)f'-.%~4 .9 '''t)C " 009 t''.~f Y'" I.4 Atg 01W -cu s iw ivs 444 irk'irshed, let I. .4~ ~~ ~~ 1w Is.. k- . . 4SSW.J L ~lfNvKS 4 HAD~~~ . R.1M CO NIS 2.N ~'' ~ '~>4V~ SCOTT'S EMULSION wQn't make a hump back straight, neither will It make a short leg long, but it feeds soft bone and heals diseased bone and Is among the few genuie means of recovery in rickets and-bone consumption. - Send fo~r fret ape SCO'e & lOWNE, Cemists, 409-415 Pearl Street, New York. soc. and $i,oo; all druggists. BIG LAND DEALs Capt. Johnson to (lose Trade witi Sin neset Cap) 'tait061 for 50,000 Acres. Capt. R. E: Johnson of the Sa.. luda Lumber Company leftGreen ville Saturday night for Charleston, where he went to close a deal with capitalsts from Minhesota for 50,000 acres of cyprus timber land, kntrn as the Four Hole swamp, and locatet forty iniles north of Charleston at i ."1 of Der chester, Berkley and Orangburg ounties. "The land will cut about 8,000 feet to the...

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. — 25 June 1903

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Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 25 June 1903

Wits (Ri of a LOWil and Personal Natire. -4 Isls -Essio Earlo. is visiting in tniMtitn this week. ;'4Mtis1. Lucia Folgor is visiting xehlatves at Clintan. -JDr. W. M. Long, of Catoeobee, 1elt a46 Th.ursday in town. -Mr. and Mrs. Bon A. Hagood, of Chareston, are up for the summer. -Miss Toxic Bowon, of Norris, is vieiing the family of Capt. J. T. Tay lot' -Miss Sarah Grogan, of Elborton, Ga., has beton on a visit to the Misses Folger. -Mrs. J. E. Hagood, jr., of Ens. joy, is reported quito sick with ca. tarrhal fever. -Tho Flinch club w~as delightfully entertained by Mrs 0. M. Abney on last Thursday OVening. Ella Morgan and children, of isville, nro visiting Mrs. R. A. -BIowen and Mrs. Florence Griffin. -The many friends of Mrs. J. E. Xinch will regret t. learn that she is seriously ill at her home in Easley. -J. Ollio Bi'ock will be in Pick. ons during court wcok prepared to work on wi.tches, clocks and jewelry. -Misss Ina and Maka Boggs, ,who have been visiting relatives at Calhoun...

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