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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 14 December 1904

Mil! kM-Joinl. HaDDHlBM of a Local ana Personal Nature. ?Ten moro days till Christmas. - Tho bottom rail is liable to be on top next weelt. ?-Boo F. Parsons, who has boon stok, i? ablo to be out a?ain. ?Louis Copel ie showing a nice };)t line of ties. ?Newton Johusou visited his brother, W. H. Johnson, last week. 8tark your favorite in the contest MA'll# nrt na trt 4lK?. -- uv vr, OU an v*/ vawu vuo ituilbiu^ y?Ml', ?W.'S. Paraons, ft progressive ctizen and merchant of Liberty, whb in Pickens last Thursday. ?George Welborn has just pur-' 1 chased ft 100 pound boll for Mm Eden school. ?The Ctemsnn College oudotn li -vp | been granted a vacation from the 23 d inst. to January 3d. ?In the guessing contost for the dolJ at Mi*h. Ouretou's, Bon P. Par duud who iiiiu wiunwr. ?A few coupons voted iu tho light place will ohange the oiuplexion of the contest next week. ?Mif>sfg Lola and Mary Garntt, of Norrip, visited their fiiftter, Vrs. R T. Hallow, iu Pickens laat week. ?Now is a good t...

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. — 14 December 1904

. :? Usual Document Read in Beth Houses ui congress BIS SUGGESTIONS ON LEGISLATION The President Make* Strong Recomm?nd(ttl?n? Concerning Capital and Laljor, Foreign Affairs, Army and Navy, Commerce and Other 8ubjectt That Will Come Before Congress. Following is the substance of the annual message of President Roosevelt, read in both Houses of Congress: 1T0 the Senate and House of Representatives: The Nation continues to enjoy noteworthy prosperity. Such prosperity is Gt cour30 urimarilv rtno ?? !?? ki?i. tn dividual average of our citizenship, tr.ken together with our great natural resources; but an Important factor therein is the working of our longcontinued covernnipntnl fw. people have emphatically expressed | their approval of the principles under- I lying these policies, and their desire that these principles be kept substantially unchanged, although of course applied in progressive spirit to meet changing conditions. CAUTION AGAINST EXTRAVAGANCE. The enlargement of scopo of t...

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. — 14 December 1904

' . HEliK is a tyiio of good ^ sportsman, (ho exemplar of O | O a largo number in the ag% P uie^ato, who, year by year, TtfOtor tni'efully plans his hunting or tlshing trip with a view to its solitary enjoyment. He parades neither his preparation nor bis going. He has memories of prior trips whieli wero devoid of pleasure because of disagreeable companions. Therefore lie avoids * " nil party prearrnngements. It he lm? still n longing tov companions to share * Ills plcaBines, he Is satisfied "with the * transient companionship which elianc'e may hrjng to him as an incident.of Ills trip p,fter It hu? practically begun. He then is free at all times to readjust according to his humor, a privilege de. nieil to him when ho ts formally a member uf a party. There may lie exceptional instances in which a sportsman may shun companionship from motives of selfishness uium-, inn ins umnoer ih so small as to be n negligible quantity. The sport of Held ami stream has still enough of delights to en...

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. — 14 December 1904

||P?i?*!? r *. ?r ~ j ALL OVER THE HOUSE. Varfcua Way? In Which Waate Pcpar Few housekwpcvs are aware of many uses to which *vasto paper may bo put. After a ?*ove has been blackened it can be kept looking very well for a long time by rubbing it with paper every morning. Ilubbing with paper is a much nicer way of keeping tlio outside of a toakettle, coffeepot and teapot bright and clean than tlio old way of washing them with suds. Kubbing with paper is also the best way of polishing knifed and tinware and spoons. They shine like new silver. For pushing mirrors, lamp chimneys, etc., paper is better than a dry cloth. nnfl L-rwrn milm) better if brown paper instead of cloth is tied over the jar. Canned fmit is not bo apt to mold if a piece dt writing paper cut to lit the can is laid directly on the fruit. Paper is much better to put under a carpet than straw. It is warmer, thinner and makes much less noise when onb walks over it, Two thioknesscs . of paper placed between other cov uu ii...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 21 December 1904

II . : ., ' '"'/ ^ ' " ' .' ^ " ' ''' 1 1 " ' 1 ' " 1 ^ 1 I k ch^istma! TSje Young Folks' Hap piest Hours. (iflNG TO THE COUNTRY JDANCE WITH OUR BEST GIRL BY OUR SIDE. J&ke Ruminates on the "Long Form gotten" Past?But do wo Ever W Forgot our Youthful frolics And Good Tin?c8 at i To us Oldttf Polks Each ClirlMnics tilings to Alnd Some l:urmcr One. Old Uncle Jolin, Uie weiithfr prophot of,the neighborhood, stood leaning op the bar$, und with h*ir olose'i oyes waaHoatmiivg ilm l)o?Vy bandit of groy clpuds lyin;* low on the horizcn. Slbwly atininMeninK hte long ft&unt iiamft, ami,turning up the colllr of lija shaggy -overcoat, he ritamod fib*. hands deep into its capacious poekefp, remarking with. ,i drawl in lijj Walked away : "Boy.i, look oat foifr n heavy fall of snow 'fere tomorrow. > It was not boca.neo the?Huow was good for wkerit, neither'Jjf'Caiigo thefe was nn od saying green Christmas makos a fat.^rSveyar<]," that we were iutere*|fed in t he old rqati's rcmarks^i...

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. — 21 December 1904

Ml ^ ^' * * '.&> < *v M rs. An cwson, a woman of'Jacksonv Recorder* of Deeds, |"lpr cirrnohirA tn fV*** ^ ?.v? auvui v IV lllV^ X Lydia JEL. Pinkham's M DbMk Mns. Pinkiiam : ? Ther have notKit times endured agonies i I wish stfch women knew the value Compound. It is a remarkable m< I ev6yknow and thoroughly reliabl ?\ have seen cases where womt neub benefit, who were oured in less Vegetable Compound, while other ca^me out cured, happy, and in perfe with this medicine. I have never i benefit. A few doses restores my i th?9 entire system. Your medicine J. fully endorse it."?Mrs. r a a #onville, Fla. / Mrs* Reed, 2420 E. Cumberln to write a from pound. ? trouble f Mk When women are troubled with ir . \ oens, leucorrho&ft, displacement or ulce leolinf. lnfl*mm?iinii n' w? v* buv uniMca, VP indigestion, and nervous prostration, t and true remedy. Lydia E. Piukhc removes such troubles. The experience and. testlm< 'Women of America go to prove, 1 Plnkham's Vegetable Com...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 21 December 1904

The American Child |f- and the Dentist. - > ?>? 1iy MARY ANN ABLE FANTON. '.w?v.y.v.%WAvywww.w. (.'a ?Jk.Q*C OST long suffering little I4 iTTr K Auiericiin children seem to O J^I o regard the dentist us an ? toocuiuu f a? w v/i- fcivu ui^ VOIr up. They Itnow they must have clothes mul medicine, nnd lessons nnd occasional punishment, nnd precious Saturday play-time snatched away for dismal hours at the dentist. They expect as much to have their . teeth filled just as often as they do to Mb have new hats and new shoes or Christmas presents at midwinter. And ' an occasional sophisticated small person will even boast of her gold fillings, as an old-fashioned country baby . might of her gohl curls. Apparently children are trained to think tho dentist n necessity, and grown people are much the same., We seem to iiave forgotten that people have a right to sound teeth, that teeth belonging to healthy people should be white and strong and perfect, such teeth as North American Indians a...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 21 December 1904

Pita SsniiMl-Jowtisl. The Sentinel-Journal Company. Thompson & IIiouey, Pboph. I,, o. THOMPSON, Kditou. \l'-- l 1 1 - - 1 I Subscription $1.00 Per Aunum. I Advertising It ?tes Reasonable. jKntered at Plckcnw PostoMce as S ceo ml Clans j .Mall Matter PICKENS, S. e.: Wednesday, December 21,15)04. COL ORH S ADVICE. In ndvihiug (ho .farmers to hold their cotton for higher prices Col. J. L. Orr takes a very unusual position for a cottou mill president, aud yut it is a logical position. As Col, Otr says, the interests of the Southern mills and the Southern farmers are identical in a ^reat many respects. It is to tho interest of both to keep the price of cotton on a reasonable ami business like basis. As president of two of the largest cotton mills in tho South Col. Orr naturally wants to buy bis cotton ns oheaply as bo can. Yet Ik* wants tho price of cotton to bo higher than it is now, and be wants thfi price to be steady the year round. It is tho great and sadden fluctuations in the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 21 December 1904

flMfflis Ssatiael-JourBal, j iiacDeniiiHs ol a Local and Personal Hiinre. dJ ?O. T. Martin, of Eualey, was in towr Wednesday on business. ju Ootton receipts have fallen off "e considerably since the slump >? price- q ?Mr. W. T. MeFull id confined to sii hi9 bed with a aovere attack of car au ache. ?Mr. O. T. Simmons of the Knob L section, was in town Monday on bus. at n *?*. ? w< co ?Mrs. O. M. Abney is spending j . - Christmas with her. parents in St. Matthews, S. O. ?Mrs. E. B. Webb will spend the ,j, Christmas holidays with her parents ' in Clarksville, Ga. j ^ ?air. Hiici iYirs. v. o. uarter, ci im Atlanta, are visiting the lattyr's pur- <>f onts, Mr and Mrs. VV. H Ashniore. fu ?Despite tho low price of cotton, the Christinas trade has opened up well and the merchants are quite 1 busy. ?Farmors, protect your cjtlon. If you will hold it, dou't leave it lying out exposed to ull kinds of weather. ?Road the Christmas announcements in this iasuo and you will i? ii- ?i ?- ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 21 December 1904

I I #' I co \ ; 2 ) Jk Ch i ;p ; I *' ; J B i % -"Mi VK be(?1 H T K Wlggton o f o oltl f?sJ % u )? lor yoi Morr ?s wu< ii j >v;is a uoy?j up the old homeste Margin, the cook \v a hoy, will cook for planned?tickets hoi ?lear. wlutt do yon i toil In'rttnil n? hni1 l>" V S !?^ k Br "I don't Ht'oin :o fiay," sli<? observod, nil the preparation gtnrt?" "To-morrow," said >' IE all thoHo wiiofio list were like our old friond it would I not bo necessary to adopt tho "cash in advance" plan; but a country paper's subscription list is tuado up of four classes. Thoso who pay in advance. Thoso w&o pay promptly ond of the year. Those who pay when it suit* their convenience, and tlioao who cover pay. A busi nets of that kind requires tho services jp: of a collector, which is tin oxpenso the ' paper fftn illy afford, to any nothing ( Ik of the loss from nonpayej-g. You ' . . ' ;/ 1^ A \Trt1 a ^ OZ\lN 1 A ^LAU5 IN AN AUTOMOBILE. When the streets of the city #ro whitened with snow ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 21 December 1904

|j ' ^ ?; .$|9 Begins With Big Convention ? at Shreveport. GROWERS MEET IN FORCE ! Object of Gathering to D*vie? 1 Stringent Meaaures to Cut Short } Ravagee of Dangerous Peat, fl . - 1 After being almost hopelessly deRd- ^ \ed In a parliamentary UnglCoyer t HSfir ot permanent organl**- j tlon, the first seeslon of the national { cotton conTentlo^ at Shreveport, LA., t finally adjourned V to a nght neaalon t without selecting permanent officers. More than four hufadred delegates, t * representing every cotton growing < state in the south, assembled at thW ? Grand opera house at 3 o 'clock Mtw- ( day afternoon for a four diyiys' meet* ' 'og, to dlscufcs the boll wee vil altua- c tlon and devise. If possible, w^iys and i means for the eradication or control e of the peat. \ * The convention was called to \prder 6/ Judge J. C. Pn*h chftlrmflin r>r exeectlvo committee, who Voiced the purposes of the gathering in a ringing speech. Judge Pugh said that the^ delegates had been called ...

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. — 21 December 1904

FfcKT PARAGRAPHS. . fa _ t< #. It Is too Mdttyit It "lb lmpo&ibjte to r*lso money on a family jar ut u pawnshop. * tfle may bo unhealthy, but bohjp m^n V:^ would v<poii8(dPi; lUu plea,sun?: death to pass away eating it. "*, ; % * In a uuloaj-cff red liquor and watoi k2m| thpra in ?r\mnwhi f rUlilfrvl Qfvnwplh Whllo olbtli^a do not iriakn the man, you novcp could pboVo thin to be so by . the tailor. * f .rr ;4;v. r V' * It Is quite a mystefy us to where all the plnsvgo, but every one knows bow \ all of the umbrellas disappear. ? p.; ' ' !? Xf tbo good did not die young, tboy might grow up to be as bad as thb rest of us. auvrc jib uiiu , it wujiiuu .uuu . keep. It relates to her ago. "/[' v; Sometltqea the pnml that ? man marries sprouts winga In a tptr vr*i?ka on<l' flies right home to bor nJothor. V v A ' Jt Is very ynre.tlmt a congressman Is obliged to pay excess bnggagA 011 his conscience. Sv?y.'Arf V, IVrliuys It because th^ro i? nu j t>l?Oo like homo that 8OU10 m...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 4 January 1905

V! 44 . 'K Nq q Entered April 28, 1908 at Pickens, B.0., as second class matter, under act of Congress of March PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 4, 1905. LOVES YOUNG DREAM Uncle Zeke Tells of a Friend Who Had the "Fever." THE ADAM AND EYE STORY According to Zeke that Couple Had a Soft Snap. He Turns His Thoughts to "Mountain Boy," and Handles That Modest " Young Man Without Golves. The other night as I was out for ; stroll, and enjoying my evening cigar, I saw a young couple slowly meandering -down the street ahead of me, and the way she nestled up to him, and inclined her head to, ward his coat sleeve, I knew he was pouring into Willing ears the old old story, "That oft told tale," and I chanced the mud, and crossed the street, not to ruthlessly disturb loves young dream. Then I went up to my room, and filling my pipe, and with feet oin the table, fell to ruminating. I was thinking of a young friend of mine. His voice was a cross between the tooting of a fog horn and 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. — 4 January 1905

Ur1ME RS' PAGE 1ucted by the Farmers for the Farmers. and Timely Articles that will be of Benefit to our Readere Will be eoewved, and are Solicited for this Page. Articles are to be On any Phase or Subjeot of Farming or Farm Life. You all know this picture. Senator W. T. O'Dell leas been an important factor in the political and financial history of the county, and he is well known by all of our readers. Anything from his pea will be received in good faith and heceded. Next week he will contribute an article on farming in gener al; how to farm and why inten sified farming pays; how he prepares his lands and why, and the results obtained there from. [n the following issue we hope to have articles from other farmers of the county. W. T. Bowen will follow in an e on "Why I Stay on the Farm," while W. N. Bolding vrite on the subject, "Why and 1-low Farming Pays." We want the farmers to feel that this page is solely theirs / in it what they think will be to the best interests of the :rs o...

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 January 1905

taken root in the ordinarily cautilou mind of the crude speculator. Abnler ni)iidel laIugled out harshly all at Once and then was slleit. "Whlat's the nmatter?" asked his sihter in] de spair. "I Was jest a--wolle rin'," replied her brother. "You are?" said Bishop angrily. "It seis to me you don't do Illuch else." "Folks 'at wonders a lol aln't so apt to believe ever'thing they her," re torted Abner. N wax j.it a-wonderin' why that lilt il, spinlek ::banke11 d Peter. Mose ly hals beenl Lo:ahin' hll; hoal so high the h1sL week or so. I'll ht could make a dirii gool guess now." "What under the sun'l l' tr Mo.ely got to do with my busiess?" burst from Bishop's impaltlenl liIIs. "Ife's got a sorter rounlalhoutt (on nection with It, I reckon," smiled Ab ner grimly. "I hiappeI to know that Alb Tompkins sold 'im 2,000 aIcres ' t i1bei lan1(d oil Ilickleberry ridge jest atter yore Athinta man spent the day loolin' round in thelse parts." Bishop was no fool, 1111d( he grasped I Abner's meaitn...

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 January 1905

-CENTRALI IELETR Noisy lotes Sent in-By TNo Correspon dents From that ThrivinTOWn. 0 The weather has changed just a b little in the last 86 hours-from a C rainy day to a cold windy night b and day. h The finishing touch will soon be 9 added to the handsome brick building of R. G. Gaines and Gas away Bros. and will be occupied e by them ero long. e Miss Dawn Phillips of Seneca, is visiting in our town this week. The Christmas tree at the Bap tist church Monday night was a "howling'' success, as the noise was greatly in excess of the pres ents, though there were many beautiful gifts. It was evident that there was no partiality used in the "giving of noise," as every one received their share. Several of the bachelors received lovely little dolls for which they were proud(?). Citrons, gourds, acorns and cabbages were used exten sively; also one horsecollar pad, Mr. S. R. Kelley being the recipi ent. Miss Nannie Young a lovely young lady from Greenville is favoring Central with a visit o...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 11 January 1905

011 Etatored April 23, 1908 it Pickeus, 8 0., as second olass malter, nader act of con e a or March 8, 1879. _ _ __X PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11, 1905. A 5N&Kb TALE. Zeke Tells A Good One. "'up" Hester the Hero of the Story. When I fin] a man who can spin bigger ones than I do I sim ply )and him my liat and rotire with as good grace as possible. Thie is the reason Tup Hester is weal ing L hat two sizes too large for his ead opf.y", tto along- this IC will not suitffor if I tell thi, >ne on Tup. As the story goes, whon h was youngster ho was very food of ho fiddle and enjoyed taking long trolls in the miourintains carrying is favorite instruimont with hin. n ono occasion he waidored fur Or than w' aq his ueual wont, and ht coming on found him fir n home and in a strange locali Trying to retrace his steps, he iscovered to his dipmay that he as lost. In his meanderings he ine to an old cabin lately occu iod by nianufacturers of the for idden juice. And -he dec...

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. — 11 January 1905

ItIeain sQOhi n and 'hujilnes ug ati ad that would 41 t Beer 'his papm is for -the ~od1 of the colnty at large, and P uli lied with the ,viw of doing the amet good to the greatest num ber, and no one section is preferred above another in its far-reaching in fluence for good to its patrons. eaonable. We have a good thing and we know it, and want otbo--s to kmlow it. e ~a O Booaa oas Some have alread found it out and to their advantoge. There aro cotton mills, and other public e se, la dint yi county, u hich Cntorprisea hRv raisOd the bulk of their capital inl the couu ty, yet their money ii spent away from'home for a great nany things as butisable which they cduld buy as cheaply at 11i a home. Their job woik is 'sent off . -1111 ess priaciples,. S ,ies pinip, and their high-priced llp is impoi t ery din it, and ed and both could be procured as ber oar erer cheap in the county. Let, egislation, r or advertiser detrimental to their interest, be pro b 'ju"t to help it posed, and sen' ho...

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. — 11 January 1905

0,ow v 11c dit otou 0ooutilum 'tdail to attend the gee b ou Libert 6 Vnt bagains don't fa '1n . I m1i's closing or R. (. Carter is clomg out o ; a at Liberty, and is oifering gren gains. Read his now ad. -It is rumored that J. E. Parson be employed as a salesmIl b . - . 3.. Co. thim year. J. P. Carey, Jr , who has beo ering with a siego of fever, ually improving and is able t p. Miss Eilon Shocklhy, a charIn: young lady of Greenville, speU ortion of the holidays with iriend Pickens. '-On account of the continued lov e of. cotton there is .none )eii)l op t'iind as a conse oee trade is dull. 'Drop in and see how we are tix lip the offico and how well ar Yed we will soon be for doin1 promptly and quickly. B. Lani, who is traveling fo BM. Bird & Co , of Charleston tt Sundiay. at home He says 1h4 having great success, especiall3 in, I aints. -Keep you eye on our advertising uume; new advea tisels coinug ii d old ones coustantly chingin, eir announcements, and all bidding ' your trald...

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. — 11 January 1905

Av.' 0 1A little after sunrise. lY bad just left the at table when Biishop 6* in. His Dos and inwith d;P 14 coy t f the rad. is Se ng te gate and him tr9m ,the l: eclayel Didn't you go to oW1 up the stepo, drag, ' him. He bad the ap a n bgtaten by every Uld fall ubon a human said- dgedly. le 'et into t, 4. sitting 1 iotbor'in-law'stood at * tigg his )ip~e lwith a j6 -' the tip of a stick. 'l Aed, 'at him critically, little as he puffed, oi Mrs. Bishop came band, sweeping him with her senrching - ean to tell me you r this mornin'," she Save nercyl" _W asI've prepared any th6 subject," said her y '6ut I walked. I pe to -a livery an' or ,an, but I believe thar's ay o wearin' sackeloth ,.ch the sooner I begin the winked. The Scrip ,,appealed to his fancy, uIpIsvely. s,"she aid. "Thar's a h alf y. Some folks (.,40skin whar it dO1Iath br dejoth ur silk on oy think of it Beratches satisfy the Lord an' r folks. But I believe be the whole hog or was deaf to this philos t see," she said In he...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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