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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 25 June 1903

Inp of., a Local and Personal lit ;rsi - s Essio Earlo is visiting in Olbtnn this week. 4Mis Lucia Folger is visiting 40eatives at Olint"o. Dr. W. M. Long, of Catecobee, ,erittaIt Th.ursday in- town. -Mr. ond Mrs. Bon A. Hagood, of Cha'rleston, are up for the sunmor. +-I iss Toxio 13owon, of Norris, is visiting the family of Capt. J. T. Tay ]or. -Miss Sarah Grogan, of Elberton, Ga., has bron on a visit to the Misses Folger. -Mrs. J. E. Hagood, jr., of Ens. 10y, is reported quito sick with ca. tarrhal fever. -'The Flinch club was delightfully entertained by Mrs 0 M. Abney on last Thursday eVening. SElla Morgan and children, Of wes ille, are visiting Mrs. I. A. -Bowen and Mrs. Florence Griffin. -The many friends of Mrs. J. E. Minch will regret t. learn that she is seriously ill at her home in Easley. -J. Ollio 3'ock will be in Pick ons during court week prepared to work on watches, clocks and jewelry. -Misses Ina and Maka BoggE4' who have been visiting relatives at Calhonn, returod ho...

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. — 25 June 1903

V r bo o i rse l .rm In. Pitts. on order for (t fto b ud that, an . dt lowest 1 - ~4 oidsSome ha firm bought t to lighter sorts. a tow months ago 640Coio at .Detoi' Park he was in quest of or plebalU horises, pund, bay, brown, black teand after a time he minisdary Qf the Pawnee 41 t0show is now striving score or so'of dun or S ss with wiil defined tok, It? -on top line, 'sho'ulder and 9thor sopker for something N t W4Qmmon laid in a supply hIchso -of light cream or gdn wtvi th white mans d tailsau4eptg the get known of pr'oeslonal dealers at tiiose y; ids tpresnt has on hand on order at a ery .long. price for a -pair of -lady's c0bs light sorrel in color with flaxen manes and tails. It is said that this Is one of the hardest orders to fill ever placed, for thej reason that the breeds of hoises which supply the high step ping cobs do not run to hirsute adorn ments of the flaxen hue. Another or der on haxid at the yards is from Eng land and calls for a gelding,10.2 hands, bright golde...

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. — 2 July 1903

REFIT 53111 1 P T.ll Zvi: m~ ";A PK N 8 .,'NINEG U801111 1871.PCES .CJJ ,2 93 O.XXJTIN THE HALL OF FAME. W. B. Heyburn, the new senator chosen in Idaho, was born In Delaware county, Pa., in 1852. - Major tieneral Henry C. Hasbrouck, who has been retired on long service, will make Newburg, N. Y., his home. . M. Ture, a French naval officer, has set about to solve the problem of vessel construction to prevent 'rolling and pitching. :e Andrew Carnegie has presented Aber deen university, of which he is lord rec 0 tor, nine acres of land as a recreation ground for the students. ;e Do Vries, the great.. Dutch experi y Mental evolutionist, has by long con P tinued selection produced a variety of clover which has normally four leaves. e Mr., Von Ogden Vogt of Beloit, Wis., f has been unanimously selected as gen eral secretary of the United Society of Christian Endeavor to succeed John Willis Baer. General Fitz-Hugh Lee, referring to B Virginia's proposal to place a statue of Robert E. Lee i...

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. — 2 July 1903

aM. n er Alnn. 7ye. ntos teasonable, ce as second olaie aJuly 2, 1900. ~0apanut trust is being Y I ' heard of that ministe en you come to toll us about 40',g fsh you caught just bring n. 1, the fish. Some wise mon make predictions acernitg 'a corn crop before the mel has been planted. Three million dollars were shipped beer kegs to the Philippines. tat is a libel on Pabst of Milwau. Dr. Parkhurst refers to President osevelt as "an accident." Park. rst is a sort of accidental accident self. Even the presidency pales into in fnificance with Grover when a brook ,)t is nibbling at the end of his hing line. Dr. Parkhurst has been praising .eveland. It is about the first time s ever praised any one but himself. arky must have an axe to grind. Now that the youngster has re nived so much free advertising the 2others are all sore because it wasn't heir kid that yelled "Teddy" at the )resident. A rarity has been in own. A man ..m oind voluntarily air ime public road that he polled to pass ove...

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. — 2 July 1903

lp~lug o1 a Local and Personal tr. ,-Dr. W. F. Austin, dentist, will be in Elasley July 7th' and 8th. -FOR SALE:-Three young miloh cows. 11. A. Price, Sunny Dale, 8. 0. -Dr. Wardl*v, dentist, will be in Pickens the 3th, 14th and 15th of July. -Missess Ileno and Lorena Taylor are visiting their grand-father at Taylor's station. -The colored Baptist Sunday school will observo Childron's Day next Sunday night. -Como out to the lecturo tonight by Dr. Edwin Hall, if you want to have a good time. -Save your forage with the up-to. dato Plano Mower and Rako. 1t. C. Carter, Liberty, agent. -Little liss Mary Lathom, of Clinton, is visiting her grand-paronts, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Richey. -F. P. McAlister, who has boon quite sick is able to be ont again, to the delight of his many friends. -We arc in a position to handle eggs and chickens in abundance at splondid prices. - Craig Bros. -J. Ollio Brock will bo in Pick ens during court week prepared to work on watches, clocks and jowelry. -- "Unclo ...

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. — 2 July 1903

s be Onstrut6 ~ e' nad rtice good~ sige * bPthe Ut i fland is5 wailE sel a0 artg Shilangt ior tt fing soeda. Pit 100".*-, ow bo: .e -.roAor di'y good -0 ,a~ Q~l on benchesj 0 out of t, Wa d rner of the lhj 7 I .com. fO 6hey genorlily d AnInANGEMUNT OF SEEI) BOXES. better near the stove, for there thea -caU got plenty of artificial heat, bul not alWays Is this' strictly essential Next fili up the bottom with a layer o stones and then with gravel, nud final ly with sandy loam or a rich leaf mok with sandy soil. Clear sand even 1 good for the forcing seed boxes. Seeds planted in boxes thus arrange (see the figure) and covered with a slight layer of soil should have plenty of water sprinkled over them daily and considerable heat applied from below, In this way the seeds can be made tc germinate in a fto* days, and if a few of the seeds from the different *pack ages are used the percentage of thos( that germinate can be noted. Indeed il Is quite essential that this test shouk be applied ...

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. — 9 July 1903

- E,"~ P N S .....KE.S.5.....JUTHE 9,c1ENS StOL.N XXXINAL utered April, 28, 1d at PickesOf Of-0., as secod N1O ,7 '1'Il1 PIO'LER" .JOUIN A 1b, H .a li -P8Jl)TD I9c Pt KE SC., it ,9 93V L x ii O iex SUPPORT SCOTT'S EMUlS0N seresa brikge to carry thc- weakened and rftarvcd system along until It can find fitm support In ordinary food. Send for free sample. sco-r & DOvNE, Chei,,ts, 4- Street, New Yo.k. So. . o al drugg its. Fred Ewart Will Be Hanged. Key West, Fla., July 7.-frod Iw. art has bee-n convictod of murder Iz the first degree and will be sentenced to hang. Dwart was tried for the murder of Frank Whitakor. He made a full confession of the crime, claim Ing that lo had invited Mr. Whitakel to go on board .ho NeW Venice to.get some clarms; that while there Mr. Whitaker cursed him, and that whild enraged, ho (IDwart) picked up an aj and struck Wlitaker with it. He did not romomber striking him more thau once, but admitted that he might hav4 done so. Thcro is more Catarrh in thi...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 9 July 1903

DY MORtNING. ... 4aimpan YOUBr, -PIoPA -0,1AO Pbr Annum. ringRates Reasonable. '149's Plostoffiee as Second ClaKss 210KENS, S. C, T Ahurslday, July,9, 19011. y not call it slaughtermobile? B. 6,',rass Foud" is Kentucky's now breakfast food. The lynching fever is invading the nborth withi the' velocity of a tornado. There were twenty lynchings in Juno. We are afraid to estimate the July crop. Of courso lhe-r is nothing in a name, but what's the matter wit.h mnaking it "Oyiy john Rockefeller? Hang a brook trout up in the White House and Grover will make a bee line for the presidny. President Francis should geot bu y and arrapgo for a "nigger lynching" at the St. Loui E xposition, just to vary the monotony. General Miles will retire from the commIanhd of The army next mo ' nth, and will then have ample tio to at tend social futtions and wear his gorgeous8 Uniforms. Saints preserve us! Theo ]Rocko. fllers have agreed to pay the taxes assessed against then. But Stop, don't jolliry. They ...

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. — 9 July 1903

E~jp~iT!~ ~ Loiw all 11ClNOn"d Maume -N. D. Taylor has bon over worked this time. -Born on the 1st inat., to Mr; and Mrs. Woa. N. Ganitt, a son. -Dr. W. F. Austin, dentist, will be in Pickens July 14th and 15th. S -W. H. Ashmore found a cotton bloom in his patclh on the 7th iust. -13orn unto Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Freeman on the 6th niat., a daugli. ter. -Dr. Wardlaw, dentist, will be in Piocons the 13th, 14th and 15th of July. -Born to Mr. and Mrs. 0. G. Lowis, of Piater, a son, on the 3d in I --John Fiold, Bon of 0. P. Field, hans been (uito sick but is reported better. -Representatives J. A. Hinton and Mattliew Hendricks were in Pielns -A nonL-r of the teachers oH(f the c3ounty are aittending toEeNr -IwItd ,t' Riill. -Savo your forage with the up-t. dato Plaio Mower and Rake. I. 0. Carter, Liberty, agent. -Will Bruce, son of .1. B. Bruce. of Greenville, visited his uncle R. Ep Druce, in Pickens Monday. -The great problem for the negro those days is this: Will my lion hold. out until ...

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. — 9 July 1903

t Diry th college i. that.he had q0iot on 'of econom 0.kcow. lie hail o Vorp stover at at $12,'ensilago.at 18, bran at $22, SCornmeal and glu. SitsA each at $31. From Qmound several desir. $i n tO h lost of them cost oi I40 Q'product of an ordinary day for.., Ile estinated - ,rodluct. should be twenty J, plubllUi a day, worth 1% cents a Q nta a day. But with qU4I qdS of corn stover, forty oilage, one pound of bran, t h C loal and three of cotton -final ad a mixture that would ilco i good Condition ut a cost iObts a daf. In this ration he ha "144e1 into conialderation the inak -0. any gain in ilesh or the value of ~ bn~e, both of which would be in Age' by giving a part 'of red clover steAd of sQ'much corn stover, without atly increasing the cost of ration. %tw Often Shall We Feed? O ow- appear to givo better results when fed. twice -a day thani when fed more frequently. When fed so fre quontly kig three or five times a day they are up oi -their. feet straining and worrying for their ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 16 July 1903

i PICKENS SENT EL, Established', 1871.-..*** Uden o OEAHAM,11 - PICKENS, 8. oy, JUL 6 98 OL. X Tho'o who are gaining fiesh anc1 i.Lrenth by regular treat monat wth Scott's Emulsion should continue the treatnent In tc 'Weather; ma ler dose and ilttke cool milk with Itwiil do hay with any ob ecton ducts during the eated Season. Send for free sample. SCCT & BOWNE, Cihemists, 409-4:5 Pearl Street, Now York. 5"c. and $x.oo; all druggists. The announcoment that the big coal companies are now producing more coal than over before may not bN particularly timely information in the midst of a July hot wave, but It a good fact to file away for future referenc hext winter, when the word fuel will havO 4 moro kindly sound than it nowY poesses. With snowstorms reported from somo of the mountain states and sun. strokes from several other quarters, i would seem that the United States haE climate and temperature in sufficleni yarlety to suit the most fastidious. There is more Catarrh in this sect...

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 July 1903

Vp i 6 ~ 4~TJ ~ EITOIC j~j~i&~iIose eonble. Ree as dee 1d olass anii iattorI Heat proetrations weke rather piQ rati tng this year. Teport comes from Princeton P at Mr. Cleveland is at least not un The South is slyly giving the North tho horse laugh over the lynching question. vt was a dull time for the nowspa and King Pete furnished con le copy. motion to restrain a man um' i away from his wife is the 110!d 4 wrinkle. Tht. 1 ui ith which the Pope has clunt I" iie is truly wonderful. Its equal L not to be found. Rather than keep in the back. ground, Iddiana is having a little set to with the gentlemen of color. California has an oil gusher flowing forty barrels a minute, and it keeps the town busy carrying barrels. Sir Thomas Lipton says he has spent $2,000,000 in trying to lift that cup. He can have the bloomin' thing for half the money. A New Jersey minister has organ ized a.whistling choir. They are ex pected to whistle the black sheep of the fold through the pearly gates. It ...

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 July 1903

'A i '-on't fail to hunt up Oraig Bros. tdU Read it for it is a "good un." dorn, to -Mr. and Mrs. R. E 'Yongue on the 12th instant, a fine son, -The tooth carpentors have all been yept quite busy in Pickens this week. -Town Creek scool will open Monday with Miss Annie Ferguson as teacher. Liss Nannio R)wland is visiting friends in Easley. -Greenville Daily Herald, 12th inst. -A ttorneys B. A. Morgan and A. Bjytho, of the Greenville bar, attend. e(T court here this week. -The Hagood school, district No. 38, will open Monday July 20th with Mrs. Essie Hughes as teacher. -Misses Etta Boggs and Ada Goo. sett, of Easley, are visiting the family of L. S. Grandy in Greenville. -The Bethlehem school in district No. 20, will open on the 20th inst., with Miss Ola Major as teacher. -Perry Dacus, of Dacusville, was among the visitors yesterday. Greenville Daily HeraHi, 12th inst. -Dr. J. B. Bruce has returned from a business trip to Pickens. Oreonville Daily Herald, 10th inst. --R. C. Carter, Li...

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 July 1903

ain er, I b 5 0 orAF~ , ay 5n 7 ,y + A,road1 7) OS \W HI, road, 8 & H e &Yanmond, cnsup 4 % WA, roau,, 20 5 S0, salary, 10 0' - gJ J, road, 100 4 geakJ,.c gp, salary, 10O0 Bara'd Q D. & Co, sta'ry, e3 2 Bowen, GW, road, 11 2 egs W J, equal'n board, 4 8 Abridges J ammod on sup 11 6 road, 10 l, B, con sup 14 2 Agron, it on note, 70 0 0ele, J B, con sup 10 5 A. t, Dr J L, ex lunatic, 5 5 apman, Phillip, salary, 7 2 ~ -~ 4 0apman, W T, constable, 2 0 antrell, M D, con sup 15 0 Ohildress, J T, bridge, *20 0 O oastain,R E, rad, 5 2 Ooolhrip, Mrs T W, ih on note 70 0 aOChaprnan, John, constable, 4 5 0""stin, W H, road, 1 0 dzllar, J T, bridge, 9 5 DurhainW 8, road, 2 0 n Durht em W A, bridge, 2 5 Dutoan,~ , road, 13 7 avis, W W, constable, 10 8 llison, L P, bridge, 2 2 p ,B W, lumbe, 12 " road, 18 0 Iarle,W.T, road, 8 8 '06itx I Mr ji o oe7 " "' 8 0 3arr, H W, salary et , 21 8 Field W H, bridge, 2 01 Friddle, J W, road, 1 5i Few, O A, "i5e 3 Frme, M 1, "ubo' - 8R -" conv't su p...

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 July 1903

IN A ' / ~Entered April 2.6t 1060 qt Vloki,8 O uo l Solm matter, uneraLo ouiafMt. 81AI. Af, 1010"mdS 9mtiris.-i, l.tablIhed, 1871. I CK~IEN S, ~ ',J L , 2 , 1 0 . V IAiV ) RN L, HN N ,-81 DIsease takes no summer Vachttion. I you .need flesh and 7 Stli gti use Sictt's EMulsion . saimmer:as in winter, Send for frc r.amplo. .Co-)1T & i'OwVNjE, Chemists, 4 195 P'e.rl Stret, New York. 50C. anmi $m.0 ; all drigglat'. STATE NEWS. -A new *25,000 oil mill h1 boon organized at .Jon1osvillo. - -Janes H. Tillima wis talce: to Lexington jail the 18th inst. -Tho State Farmers Aliane mot in Columbia on yesterday, th 22d inst. -Pl.Sns are maturing for ade ing a $52,000 building to the plat of the Columbia Female College. -Rov. John Attaway, an age Methodist minister, died at hl liotie at Williamston on the 131h 4 j-The people of Winnisb)ro hav VOtod (own n1 a.propositioI to estal lish a beer dispensary in that tow: -The Greenville papers, ant - people aro complaining of the so: vice given them ...

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 July 1903

-r Anuum. J30tes Recasonable e an second *las h yJuly 23, 1903. SLL FOR PIoCKENS. neAeds' enterprises; she-me 14keenly, this fact, there going to gb all the nmanu Ing enterprisob she can. Hai ro NO .citizens have -p)ut thei: tthe wheel and are push, a hmwill for anything that will 41e town .and county, "and il 'b follow . 'an the night the day' hei they get together you cat no enterprise calls, for another; 0 t~ig, brings another; dividende a ning from thet operation of one plalt caupes the people to want divi dends from other sources so it goes. -Th6Bfirst project under way is au 0 kil I This will be capitalizd atl 18000 and have a complet ginnry q Is 11,at thed. The prot ers mot O e store of W. T. McFall Monday sc.rganized by the election of W. Fball, president; J. Sam Wilson, vic0 O:esidsnt; R. E. Bruce, secretary and 'treasurer, and It. H. Cureton, goereal mankger. hoy are pushing things and have atked for the first installmnt of stock bythe 6th of August and the second pyment 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 July 1903

1, HQI oi a LOc and Pera Natur. -'-The: prico of flour. continues to avanco0. -Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Cox visited relatives in Greenville this week. .,or I have foor nico milch ow for male. J. ). Holder, Piokons, S. C. -.13erkshii-o pigFs for salo. Ivy M, ] Maildij, Pickens, S. C. 2w. ] -born to Mr. and Mrs. J. Harvey Kennemur on the 19th inst., a girl. - -Tio price of cotton which wont tip liko a rocket has commoniced fall iaig. --It. Earlo Lewis, of Greenville, spent t fow days with the home folks here last week. --T. Ml. Kennedy, representing the Greenvillo News, was in Pickeis a portion of latit wook. -Savo your forage with the up-to dato Plano Mower and Rake. It. C Carter, Liberty, agent. -D. F. Sutherland, a prominent merchant of Alica, is in the city. Greonvillo Herald, 15th inst. -Mrs. J. B. R. Freeman, who has been on a visit to relativos in Groon ville, returned home Tuesday. -I. 0. 'Carter, Liberty, has ro ceived a comploto lino of buggies, har 110, saddles, whips, laprobee, ...

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 July 1903

Prf*. .Mler ao rfsoro h ofYslatMihwrtsfrm827N l "As ovoal f myfrindshav spoen -. th og 4heueoor nepeilyi thruhyt&er t otns "Ifonditco poe o otrct o hr qualities cobndwtthrigeins ltesse, etr h fucin and prI. " /cnie eua n ftems bich te biccn s- wt MiLLER THNIGFUT thro areJ alor t unkofn.sor ofate yeAs thepractc haf befren taken spe througan the csensu Porfa espiaon ii cessforugly roe loadayts on tnt.en wh onraisst~h largoesftatst of e1 qualites combinpes, bt other ingedients produce's thetfin etotefio and p ralt of," cnsit.duero ferut oenoft he ost vit whrit. Thepi cfan trse wls If Makny rtit Larer nt ndar allwd toreanteeries of Tet ar andh frati any twineahg freuiit ofs thg eposen rownth f, the roter handop, ond-half yr toird fr wthe thngfrt are rosemkoed, 01e rmin yenr te wIf~i has ban opotaunt uo thy votlt of ohe trcesu gruity rw srved thy ucoh reuctio, inein is thot thinnizg ofy tu he motht mas pthestlt o thpest, ut the onumber oued th ihlart anld het matre yon fruit eo frut ...

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 July 1903

11. ..I 'i. V.. Bu~t'ee April 238, 1908 at Pickous, t.C. seon 118atrud$'atfC3bsofMch$87 ,a PC% E , N S 8I F,'TINE IL, sF-I4IlC(11I, 1871.- ~\CT 3 Y 1 TN~ PE.1 P - -1: .OLTRN A L, Estalihood~, 1891 P~IB I8 .(i. IL 0 9' L~ Mother's Ear A WCnrto jq mr.nrf UAIT I WiN NiJAG/NGA' AN/FA.Mr, AND IN Yll O rHSj THnT COM r ttapo"U r G I CCT T'1 RMUL4SION ~.e Ter C:xTnA S7Rtf4(3TH AND r4OUP'81e.%tE&r SO NeCutke,.V soNi ~^r--CL op uorT Mor.:aURANIw "end for fice s.IInple. COTT I nonE, 'CliCanista - 9-4o. IS Parl Strect, -.W' York. SO a $1.o; all druggists. STARTS ROAD BUILDING. Flow a Good Schetme to Secure Aid Was Carried Through. Chestor, S. C., Special.-In re sponse to the announcement made by the county commi5sionera that work on permanent roads would be begun in that part of the counu ty which offered the greatest in duceinent in the way of money and rock, many enthusiastic meet. iligs have been held by the farmers throughout the county.- Monday tho board decided that the Colum bia road...

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 July 1903

4 . 4f4 _Entered April 28 1908 at Pickeon 8. ., ar Beoond ohmas watter, uudei aet of Odudes of Maoh8 id9 (TiIE PICK IHNS SENTIN IEL, Estabishaed, 1871. - - T-T V -". "'ll I PE) Pi s'.OU 10URNA 1,, Es;tablished, 1891 7-, ,o o - ., -X Mother's Ear A Worio v. ? 1.9o r 3ArI I JWit NIj&(.,PI tJ I'FAurT, AgIO gY Thg ~LA '?'Hi TI H.T COM&t Ltepo-MN YT-AY G.CCTT's RA1ULSION u.9 :9 rs e~xTRA 6~rREoYrN Al .1*1, J&'B1l%1611Vf SO A0CfP-tR FOR -f lALT/f 0 AJOTl Mo'-rn jRAN1 1 Send for freo sninnple. 'COT & iIowUNE, *Chemists . 4)4 I5 l'carl treet. NewYr sot. 3a $.oo; all dns ists. STARTS ROAD BUILDING. How a Good scheme to Seenro Aid Was atried Ti rouga. (Jhestor, S. C., Special.-In re sponse to t.he announcement made by the county commissioners that work on permanent roads would be begun in that part of the coun ty which offered the greatest in ducement in the way of money and rock, many enthusiastic meet ings have ben held by the farmers throughout the county.. Monday the board...

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