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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 9 November 1904

Ficksns Mud-Journal. JL. ? lliinnantnflrn nf n I ???! ?nA n I iidUfGiuugd vi a mudi auu ruauiidi Mime. ?"I toUl you bo." p ?Thanksgiving Thursday, Nov. 24. t ?Will Glonn, of Slabtown, was in "Hown Suuday. i?-Mr. and ^Irs. Jones Fuller were in PiokBMH Sunday. v -II. Lang Clayton, of Central, wns in Pickens Mouday. . ^ ?Mr. and Mrs. 13. C. Baker spent ^ guesday in Greeuvillo. \ n i i> /i ,* j i i ? ?iu;im iv. kj manors now ?<i and get powtoil on prices. ?M. A. Boggs, of Liberty, wan in Pickens the hint of tbo week. ?Miss Stollu Newbery, returned from Greenville Saturday evening. ?Miss Alma Smith, of Andwr.son, is on a visit to Miss Stella Newberr? . ?Miss Lido Folger, <?f Eunl v, apent Sunday in Piekens with relatives. *?W. Y. Li. Marshall, of the Ea-?* ley Hardware Co., was in town Sat urduy. ? Miss Jessie Thomas, of Greenville, Hpcul Suuday with the Misses Folder. ? Key. O. M. Abney pnuebed ton Jargo tttul interested congregation Sunday evening, ? J. E. Jiiidgef", our fo'in...

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. — 9 November 1904

I * Miss Agnes^^ilL to young women a 1\/T Ancfrin 1 "P 1UU suffering and. remov Lydia E* Pinfcham's "To Youno Women :?I sufi rhea (painful periods), so much s? know it meant three or four day; this was due to an inflamed condit by repeated and neglected colds. "If youngf girls only realized this critical time, much suffering for Lydia E. Pinkliain't* Vegetsi medicine v/hich helped mo any. > "vake it, I noticed a marked impro tho time of my next monthly peric ably. I kept up tho treatment, and jl. 1null fell 1CU. X LllIJ. Ill jxjni'c addocl 12 pounds to my weight, in happy." ? ill83 Agnes Mili.sk, 25 Tho monthly sickness reflc< health. Anything' unusual at and. projKir attention. Fifty th< that Iiydia E. Pinkham's Vc^c Btruation axul makes those peri f , READ "WHAT MIS5 dra f^.^1 Ix medicine. 1 8 (luring f MMiw> \ ' invited ; I is aayth I J' *" ''' c not umli'rstj T.vnn 7l.T~ r.,. 1. ? .1 .,J 5 ? . jVjiiu, XVA11 9 111*1 auviv u I.J IIUU i in<? woman who asks for it. I ...

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 November 1904

SLLU1J1. ..I ...L. _U xiifi i>:mt limit. f)on't 'neglect the dust bath even In the fall time. In the summer time when everything dry tlio fowls av 111 iliml i\ tlust bntli for themselves, .but In fall time when showers arc frequent, w dust out doors may bo scarce. Have ^ fsotno corner in the lien house where (lust may always be found, and see to it that It he frequently renewed. If a little lime (not too much), or ashes, wood or con I, be added to the dust bath, it Will he nil the better. Clean IJ|?. Keep tho poullry house clean now; the enti.ro season's success may depend Upon It. ('loan out the dropping*, whitewash the walls and perches, and ^ sprinkle lime over the (loot*. This should he done several times during the season, and as the sultr.v nights come, look well to the ventilation. Kill tho mites, clean tho house, give good ventilation, and permit the fowls to live at home in comfort and health, both winter and summer. That is the better plan. ! Turnip* For l'outlry. Tl:e ...

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. — 9 November 1904

t[ CONDENSED STORIES. Negro Preacher Wanted to Buy a , Muoh Delivered Sermon. Bishop Whitakcr of Philadelphia, one of the best story tellers a man could wish to listen to, recently told of a young clergyman whoso pastoral charge had fallen to hiyi out in tho thinly populated end oi a westerj'! state. Riding tho circuit of his ti*ij? churches, lie never imagined tiiT' th^ auditors of one town ever sat uiT dor him in another, and so ho l/R y JM|j "J|^^ "PAHDON ME, 8DH, FEU A MOMENT." ^ sermon, und it seemed to tako well. * Just how well that young preacher never guessed until one Sunday lie - was fitonnorl lit llin plinrr>)i rlnnr liv rr ? ~ "J an old negro. "Pahdon me, sub, fer a moment," he said, with n most respect fill'bow. "I jus' wan' to say that I sutinly have enjyed dat sermon. De fust time I heard it, suh, I liked it, and de eecon' time I liked it better, an' as I been follerin' you aroun' it jus' keep growin' on me like. Now, buIi, I's sorter in de preacliin' business,*^ ...

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 November 1904

*' V'&h'W W-'zy. " V"'' | \ Eutorrd April 28, 1903 nt Piekona, S. <3., ft* Becoud olaes matter, tin tier act of Congress of Maroh 3, 1879. B8G VOL XXXIV PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1904. 7 NO."2^ M /,,,, m 1,,, fl ,, 1 i ' ' - ~1 1 NORRIS NUGGETS. Late Locals Lisped to Lively Listeners. After a lapse of soaio few weeks ill 1 ? / we win again peu you a low items, though very little has transpired that is of interest The health of tho Community i fairly good, with the exception of moasloB in the family of J. C. Gar rett. I Cadet Thos. Garrett, of Clemson, \/ returned to his studios last Saturday, after recovering from nuasles. The tanners are quite busy finishing picking cctton and sowing r,. U,.r>+ I ll.J- > ?' > iiuan, iinu mis 18 iiiuji lavaiitoic weather. Crops have "turned out" hotter than the majority of th.? farmers anticipated. However, in npiie ot a goodly yield, we nan hear of a limited number of ''chronic grumblers" saying that tney are ...

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 November 1904

HRjp FEUDISTS GET BUSY I Post Election 1 rouble in West Virginia Grows- Acute, TROOPS ARE CALLED FOR Governor, However, Suggests First the Forming of a Large Posse?Sheriff is Unable to Control Situation. A special from Charleston, \V. Va., ays: As the result of the killing of Constable Walter Jae.Bon in Montgomery by Policeman Killott on Wednesday, and the subsequent capture of th? town b> the four brothers of Jack ?uo ui toe neao ot about forty of their friemls, a reign of terror exists there. The mayor, being helpless, appealed lo Sheruf Daniels. When Sheriff l>aj?iei? vlid John Kolf were killed by Kd Jackson, the saloons were at once oIosmI an 1 Governor White was asked to send troops. The governor replied t"hat he would hold troops in readiness, l>ut advised forming a large posso. If the nos.ic shmila m??? ?>i?k rlous resistance, troops will be sent to thoir relief. The Jackson followers escaped to mountain strotifchoudB with which they are familiar. Ernest and Bob ....

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 November 1904

REPUBLIC) * Roosevelt and! ture the Cot Iw Enormous ALL THE DOUBTFUL President Roosevelt Will Pro \ Electoral College Agains In Addition to Pre* Hold Hon se Iv Majc Tho republican national tlckct has j been elected by a vote In the electoral colleco that will exceed that nf 2:?2 given Mr. McKlnley ia 1900. The result of Tuesday's balloting was astounding even to the most sanguine of the republican managers. Conli dent as they wore of success, they wero not prepared for the astonishing figures which followed the closing of the polls, bringing, into the republican column not only ad of those Mates they had claimed as safe for their candidate, but, with the possible exception of Maryland, every statft olttMuod as doubtful. f/"M ROOSEVELT AN Democratic successes are confined i to the solid south, in which Kentucky ; is Included, and Mr. Parker lias not , carried a single state which did not i Kivo its vote to Mr. Bryan four yeais I ago. Otilcial returns tndicato that he ! r../W JkAt-.so...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 16 November 1904

h\m tosl-Jonriial. p0bmshkd hvuky wednesday mohnino. ^ BY K The Sentinel-Journal Company. Thompson <fc Rich by, Props. it J. ij. O. THOMPSON, Kditok. r; Subscription 81.00 Per Annum. ?y Advertising Rutes Reasonable, h Kntered ut Plckcus Postolllce an Second Class *1 Mall Mutter a PICKENS, S. C.: > Wednesday, November 10,1904. !< i "Uucle Zeke has Arriv." < The door was left open on last Tuesday afternoon, and Uuclo Zeke blow in, redolent with tho breezes of e "m.,? n?.i .. tllU JL?IUU UlIU 1 I 1 IV I M 1111 UN I thusiasm over the prospects in his f! now field of labor. f The "old man" has his quirks and oddities and airs them from the f I start, llo says he believes that a 1 newspaper worthy of its name is well 1 worth the price of subscription, and j lie does not believe in ofYeriug a man t a b.)nan to buy it. Neither does lie believe in bribing a man iu order to 1 <*nl hi t*i nv n inuf rlr?Kf I ' " J " As your "Uncle" will have full charge of the subscription and co...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 16 November 1904

1 .: Pickens Sentinel-Journal., KaDDenlngs ol a Local and Personal Nature. , 'i * oj ?Mrn. J. T. Taylor spout Friday < 1 *iu Otemiville. ?O. T. Martin, of EhhIov. whs in ' towu Wednesday. ?James D. HeBlor, of Ettsley, was ' jHAtowu Mouday. ; ' ?Dr. and Mrs. E li. Webb npent ' Wednesday in Greenville. ?Mrs. O. II. Alc-x indor returned , from GreeiiviUe Friday afternoon. ? Dr. Ueor^o Cuieton returned to I bin home at Greer's Monday afternoon / ^?Solicitor il vLTL'H and JameH 1'. 1 ^ .**5>irey, JESscj., uttcmUd court in Oconee ' tli^ past week. I ? Dr. W. C. Bluek, of Gree'uvilio, , Hjont Friday iti I'ickens, performi u number of delicate oper. u >ti.. ( ? The Daughters of the Uonfr W- 1 ncv will hold their tttnto (JonventK.n * lit Oiutigr-bui^', convening Nov. 2'.t i \ The Wolf (yiv.ck aehool distric1, < No. 2fl, will opcb Monday November < 21st. with ISIihs Veda t'hil<lr< ss an ( * . _ 1 ; itinuuer. | I ? Mrs. D. W. Iliott liu>< roturiicd | ' from LauroiiR,...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 16 November 1904

V? ' f 1H? OIH' R FFLLOW'3 JOB. 1 if / . v / There's a craze among us mortals that is (( / / ci'iiel hard lo name, / /lift'1" - HOl> er V?u * human you will ' 1 J\ jfty tind the ease the same; ion may seek among the worst of men or g rtrr seek among the beat, ^ And you'll ind that every person is pre- I ,7 ci^ey like the rest. _ ' f s 'Each believes that his real calling is along n I some other line j, / Than the one at which he's working?take, J for instance, yoi'vj and mine; 1' rom iiu? iiu'iiium I creature 10 the leadcr of tip, ?. I There'll a universal J ^ .iii for "tlie other i fellow's job." r There are millions of positions in the busy world to-day, 0 Kaoli a drudge to nim who holds it, but to s him who doesn't play; > Every farmer's broken-hearted that in yontli lie missed his call, While that pa rue unhaptiy farmer is the envy of us nil. Any tnsk y>u ear'1 to mention seems a \ astly better lot v Than the one e-neeial something whieli s you happen to have K?t. t The...

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 November 1904

JL li/V_? Keep Up Appearance*. Many farms are estimated below ' * their true value because of sloven I;# appearance. WVeds lilgber than the fences, trees blown tlown and left to rot in the same place, fences out of repair, gutes and barn dooi oft the hinges or swinging on one binge, unsightly litter in door yard and at tlie ^^Jrnrn?these and many such evidences K^^f carelessness depreciate the value ...... - uuj mi ui. i uu sou niuy oe excoilent, the water fiicllltios all that could be asked for and all natural advantages requisite to make a good, highpriced farm may exist, and yet that " farm scarcely makes its owner a livln? iaarM Tli? font of Production. rThe cost for fooil in producing one \ pound of poultry meat does not exceed five cents. This has been demonstrated by actual experiments made, and the profits depend upon the prices obtained, ltut there are expenses othor tllnil fnr fnrwl Ciir.il no ?1 for hatching, tho losses of checks, the use of the hens during sitting ami v ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 16 November 1904

If 7 J Fy- \r '-V \?'} a ' r }'/ ' . ' *. f ft STOLEN STATE LINE MARK. <n The Lake Michigan end of the state line between Indiana and Illinois has been lost or stolen, and the police of two states are hunting for it. The mark for years has been a stone at une nuncirou ana iMgntn street and Indianapolis avenue. On one side was cut the word "Indiana" and 011 the other "Illinois." The stone was four feet -long and two feet high, one and a half feet projecting above the ground. Not ^ only has it been removed, but tho holo from which it was taken luis boen filled, bo no one can tell exact- yc ly where it stood. The police be- p, lieve some householder, more thrifty than honest, has imbedded the stone in the foundation of a residence or y( wscd it as n base for a lawn flower gc pot. fii The next boundary stone is fivo miles inland, and a survey will have to be made from that point before 1 the place for a new Lake Michigan JL mark can be established.?Chicago Tribune. U AfnViM M U/NIM'I...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 23 November 1904

^ ' ' N(X26^ I I TO THE FORE. The Cateechee Man Waked Up. Some Good Stuff Dished up For The Readers. A Melange of Happenings. A ? l _ 1 r ...... i ... _ i Aiior n Hiionuu or several weens, your pencil pusher from Oatoecheo will endeavor to lot the many read' 5^ * eis of The Sentinol-Jourmil hen/ from this side again. / It is business before pleas/'o now willi everybody, consequently news items are tciiKw, / Farmers aro nbout th/ngh gathering their crops, and a/wing a 11. > _..i .. c *i. . i-i wuuiib IH tiif) iuu?ji 4)i tiiij u;y. Judging from the amount. of fwrtilizorH being hauled, here is going to bo plenty of wlyat a">\vn this full. The advancV in (lour has got everybody sciirJi, and it in well thoy aro. I The writer well remembers when Hour was tvvelvo doling a barrel, and hie brother woulfhaul bark all day in a wheelbarriy on Saturday to got our inotherto bako an old fashioned oven ofjood brown | biscuits on Sunday n>rning. Oh my, how I did enjoy te swootoned eofl'eo a...

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 November 1904

' *CooD * DMF-y"1 "\ : * | Buying t\ A. Picture c n?-uiiu?nwwi jM^. PlLfiRi V i By Flossie I UgS-:5?Tti ft? '?nK there whs 1?U ^ 'a.v *11 "lu Bj|[ ]||JI ? jljll -hallow Mud Flat* of the ^ - )-! Wit.v. looking out across the ocean and Waited for ..m.s Coining. When at last Iv H vame The Itoek remained Cold and I'mcmMlng. it knew its Own Worth. Tin's, was in I iceeinher, 1 >en tin- Pilgrims landed and Took Itoek and called it. Theirs. They did not huild a fence Around it the First Season, for they had Something Else 1o Do beside Knocking olT Pieces of it I to k!M>]> in their Writing dot lis for patter weights mill Curios. ftUiere were One Hundred One IM1|B:n. Mini the baby, I'erlglnatlon ^Ki!;-. v. ho fainc on board so late that V didii t hs;ve to I'ay any Passage Wmcy. "Massachusetts Bay is Not Virginal." s.tiil Myles Standisii as he wiped fiis Feet on tlie Hock. This was No jfeke and the Itoek Felt it. Hhen Standisii got Heady to make it Hrrui for Jones, the Master of the B...

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 November 1904

En hold the Tort Until Baltic Fleet Arrives, Says General Stoessel. HIS MESSAGE TO CZAR Notwithstanding, the Situation at Port Arthur ! Reported Critical?Jap Army of 30,000 Landed at Niuchwang. A St. Petersburg special says: Aa a result of the dispatches -eceived i from Lieutenant General Stoesael. the war office exprosyos entire confidence that Port Arthur will be able to hold out until the arrival of the Husslan second Pacific squadron. Qeneral Btoeasel In his dispatches to IOmperor Nicholas reports tho repulse of a Japanese attack October 26, on the north front of Port Arthur. Th? Russian lossos were 480 killed or wounded. All the attacks of November 3, the day of the anniversary of the emperor's accession to the throne was celebrated, were repulsed. General Stoessel was slightly wounded in the head during one of the latest assaults on Port Arthur. 1 * General Kuropatkln reports that in | an ambuscade November ir>, near Slnchlnpu, thirty-two Japanese dragoons I were killod or ...

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 November 1904

*0?TJ8HB1> KVHltY WEDNESDAY MOHN1NO. ? uxr The Sentinel-Journal Company. Thompson & Richky, Props. j. l. o. THOMPSON, kuitoh. Subscription 81.00 Per Annum. Advertising Raton Reasonable. Entered nt I'lckcus I'oBtoitioe hb Second Clans Mall Mutter PICKENS, S. C.: weunesuay, aovemuer 'z.i, iuu4. Tho State Cotton Growers' Convention tneolB in Columbia Decomber 10. By some mistake the report went out November 10. This convention will no doubt be very largely attended, and will bo decidedly helpful to tho cotton growers of the State. Pickens county will, of coureo, be duly represented by wide awake dele <?ates. At tuo *jounty uonventiou, | held November 7, Messrs. C. L. Cureton and W. T. O'Doll were elected delegates to tbo Stato Convention. Realizing what the cotton crop means to the people of the State, the farmers aro willing and glad to do everything in their power to get a remunerative price for their cotton after it is raised. After all it is the sure money crop. A convent...

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. — 23 November 1904

. Pickens Sentinel-Journal, i Hynnpnlnas nf a I nral and Porsnnal Natnro ( % ?AMyyvuiii??w vi u uuuui UUU 1V1UUUU1 nuiui U. J ? Blow your horn, the world loves t a fighter. v v i ?Clark McWhorter is tho oblig 1 ^ iog clerk at It. 11. Roark's. c ?Mrs. George (Jureton returned ^ to Greer's the liretf of the week. ?Sny a good word for your to vn | whenever the opportunity oftere. Mrs. C. H. Alexander is on a visif t to Birivioghau), her former homo. 1 ?Miss Lenora Hendricks lias been ' elected to teach tho Mujnurd school ' ....... rv ?fill8. J. 1). Katterree returned lo f" her homo in Cheater Monday morning. v ? Mrs. Jones Fuller, of lOatJey, v spent Sunday with Mrs. T. J. Maul ' din. .v ?A post office has recently l?er ' established at Rocky Bottom, Pieken-. county. \ ' i ?Patronize home trade. Your | \ merchants ure the mainstay of your ( ^ county. v I , ?Cadets A. Brandon Taylor and i \ { J. P. On rev, Jr., of Clemuon, spent \ '< Sunday at homo. , \ --The merchants of I'.ckens wi...

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 November 1904

- 5 f . HODGE, THE CAT. S9f . >Ijr ?nd big, hit) books among, Gobd Samuel .Johnson 'sat. J Vith frowning brown and wig askew, HV ilia antiflf-ntrewn waistcoat far from now; m&] So stern and menacing his ah- . *' ' / That neither "Black 8am" nor the maid n / To knock or interrupt him dare B / Yet cloae beside bun, unafraid. R / Bat Hodge, the cat. * / t-'-i- ? .1- - r. _ . _ . . )? ??!?, me iwciur wroie, r' / "The modern scholar cavils at. / But"?even as he penned the word I A soft, protesting note was hfcard. / The Doctor fumbled with his pen. / The dawning thought took wings and / '!? flew. The sound repeated came again? f It was a faint reminding 'Mew! From Hodge, the cat. "Poor Pussy!" aaid iho learned man. Giving the glossy fur a pat, * ''It is your dinner time, I know. And?well, perhaps I ought to go: For if Sani every day Were sent Off from hU work your fish to buy, T*7u.. ? 1 - * i?n;?meu uiv men?nc iniRin repent, And starve or kick you on the sly? Kb! Hodge, my oat?" ...

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 November 1904

Coru Weil 1'lnnlted by l'oultry. Ttsts nuitio in (Vertbftliy !h regard to the digestibility of Indian corn by ? chickens show that 02.5 of the protein, 84.4 of the fat and 01.7 of the starchy material Is digested, also 43.3 of the mineral mutter. It appears that ehlekeus euu digest grain more thoroughly than' the animals, hence the grains possess somewhat higher feed^ Ing value on thltf account. Dairying of the Future. It is possible, even to-day, although the process, It is confidently hoped and believed, will be speedily further perfected, to pass milk drawn from the *jow by the aid of a milking machine ' ' direct Into the separator, which Is attached to a butter maker, 1. e., a machine which tlrst skims the cream and fhfin <*hnpnu if iuf/\ ?1*? o to make butter practically direct from the tow. Practical men, however, are / . quite awaiv of the advisability of waiting for a further development, when the work will be more economical and the resultn more satisfactory. Coat of Spr...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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