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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 5 March 1908

ff1 U RUIlERIamE **~ PA. CORREZSPONDENCE 5OL!CITED DER LEETLE YALLER HEN. I loes to hear min Heinky sing. Tnd (s. Calve und Semb:-ch. I Wfes (to hea r dier imoovl ring Of Mfelba. lomer. Heinrich. I lofes der leetle Sherman bandt Vat blays so offul goot. Dey hunta. der buttons off der kloce To make dem brass horns toot. 13ut ven it cum to dntitn' fo Der lectie yaller hln Can aivays quickly dake der shIne Off of dem oprey men. Und von she lay der pig vite egg Och. mein, shte sing so svet I dinks she beat der oprey girl Und bandt out on der street! C. M. B. THE EGG FACTORY. Some believe the egg originates !n the gizzard, rolls down the Intestinal trolley, pops out the subway at the terilinal and the hlen rings up. lullt on the netumulative policy plan, If this theory were true. the egg should be tfiree tines its present size, as the in testine Is seven feet ong. while the egg canal is but two. Hoar the true story: The egg begins In two cluster-like ovaries (1). When fully developed. th...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 5 March 1908

Business Locals. 7 NeticeN of anIe, Wnts. Swaps, etc, er 1in tis Colinai t ,ll ft cellts por r each insertion. Nothinig takenl f I ethu iOc a SALE.-I have several nice bull. ding lot-. for sale. All inside of incor porate nlmits of the town of Pickens. Alrices reason able and terms to suit the nurchrIer, B. C. Baker. Fox Stmrp-17 acres, originnl forest, X& miles north of Pickens, $30 an acre; - 7 aicrs west of Woodall Nonutain, 10 acres brauch bottom, balance in timber, .rico l0 aere, clah delI. E. F. KEITH. . . ,, No. 4, Pickens, S. c. Carload of Obelisk Flour just received at -H. A. Richey's. Pay your guano bills at once. I can not carry time accounts any longer. _Comie to see us prepared to make. settle. :uent. H. A. RICHEY. fmproved Cotton Seed for Safe. ObROADWELL'S DOUBLE-JOINTED. This cotton is extra early and adapted to short seasons. Also Truitt's Improv.. ed .:arly Big Boll. JAMES M. BARR. ,f6b20%'4 Easley, 8. C. totice to Road Hands. The Supervisor and Commissioners g...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 5 March 1908

P0kens SentinlI-Journal Uappeuings of a Local, and Personal Nature. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bov, n are both confined' to their roollis with la grippe. Capt. F. G. Mauldin, of tbe U. S. army, was on a visit to home folks last week. We understand that Dr. J. A. Cannon was cut .last Thursday by Amos Sutherland at Pump kintown. Very little particu lars can be learned about the affray. B. P. Kelly gives notic o that he has sweet potatoes for sale te "Queen of the South." He ii also some ol swine, having two pigs, 3 months old, that weigh 70 pounds each. - All members of the Pickens Poultry, Pigeon & Pet Stock Asssociation are requested to meet in SENTINEL-JOURNAL Office Friday, March 13, at 4 p. m. E. H. CRAIG, Pres. Elliott Batson, formerly of Pickens, S. C., has returned home for awhile......Frank Bag well and Furman Cison made a flying visit to Pickens county, S. C., Thursday last horse trading.-Reba Cor. Sylvan Val ley News. "The Enchanted Apple," an operetta, will be given in the Hig...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 5 March 1908

T-ciid "There aM few persons who know tow the name of 'buckboard' came to )e applied to a vehicle," isays a writer. 'It was away back In the twenties, -when the transportation of goods, 'wares and merchandise was almost .uttrely by wagon. A Dr. Buck was -then in charge of military stores en route to army posts In the southwest. an east 'Tennessee much difticultg was -.-xperienced by reason of the rough :roatda, and there were frequent mis itaps, mostly from wagons overturning. 'Dr. Thick overhauled the outfit, and, .ibandoning the wagon bodies, long (boards were set directly on the axles -or hung below, and the stores were Aoaded in such a manner that there -were no further delays from break 'downs, and the stores safely reached -their destinations. In special emergen .ey, too, the load could be shifted or taken off in a hurry. Dr. Buck's ex .QtmplO was followed, especially when croads were rough, and soon much haul iug was dope by the use of wheels, Airies and boards only. Now we h...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 12 March 1908

SENTI U RNAL Entered April 23, 1903 at Pickons, 8. 0., as second class matter, under act. of Cougreq of Marob 8, 1879. VOL1. XXX VII. PIS081 IOUI CAJLINA1 THIURSDAY, M!ARCH 12 IOCI G D The Enc A Childr ARG Judith, a little girl living 11 ed and peevish. She has a i "too bad." Her nurse remc litt1e girl who is being brougli cottage, appears upon the sue Betsy's life. An old woman guise, accosts Judith, and aft which she has only to bite be wishes will happen. Judith finds herself in Betsy's coltt d.nts of the day's toil are rek woman finds Judith repent throws off her red cloak, rt sends Judith back to her own CHA J tid ith ................................. N u11rsef................................... B tsy ................................... M oth er................................ O 1 Woman, or Fairy........... W Igoners ............... H iynakers ........................ I ,ah1orers .............................. Milkmaids.................... S(hool Children, etc,....... 1 Choris ...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 12 March 1908

Pickons Soentinel-Journal PUBRZMB1D EVRYI THURSDAY MORNING. -BY The Sontinel-3ournal Company. T'OMPSON & RicuiE. InoPS. J. L. . 'I'0M I'ON. EDTOn. Snbaoriptiou $1.00 Per Anuum. Advertising Rates Reronuable Entored at PckeAns rustomeo as Second CInie. Mall Matter PICKENS, S. C.: TH URSDAY, MARCH 1% 1908. Squibs from the Columbia State. The lhop-the-loop woman who was fatally shot while pouring a cup of tea, brings to mind the steeple-jack who was killed in December by slipping from a door step and striking the back of his head on the sidewalk. Some time ago when General Leonard Wood was ill, he was given leave to come home al most indefinitely for medical treatment. Now a surgeon is detailed to go out to meet him and take charge of him in Eu ropean sanatoriums. Chicago papers say that there is some talk of sending E. H. Harriman as a delegate to the Republican convention to be held there. Well, if Harriman gocs, there will be no danger of a split in the lparty-not with this profe...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 12 March 1908

E113 SENTI NEL0Y1 NA Eutered April 23, 1903 at Pickone, B. 0., m second class matter, under not of Congross of March 8, 1879. VOL. ___________ FCS 1013 CA'IFA, TUMMYT MAR0 12 1938N1 O FROM OUR COF Pickens, R D. 1. We are having Eomne warm weather now; seems like sum mer time. Rev. A. E. Howard filled his regular appointment at .rif fin last Sunday. Miss Nora Gilstrap visited Miss May Freeman, Sunday evening. Miss Inez Smith was the guest of Miss Effie Freeman, Sunday. The school children had the pleasure of attending a poke supper at Glassy Mountain schoolhouse last Wednesday night. J. R. J. Antony gave a sing iug last Sunday, which was hcartily enjoyed by all who at tended. 0. P. Fields was the guest of J. R. J. Anthony, Sunday. Miss Clernor Smith visited Miss Jessiv Freeman, Sunday. Ben Fields visited Oscar An thony, Sunday. Frank Smith and wife visited Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Freeman last Sunday. Miss May Freeman visited Miss Carrie Simmons last Tues day. liss May Freeman and her brot...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 12 March 1908

Piodns SoiBno1-Jourua UDIJIIED EVERY THUVSD#Y MORNMNo -BY Tho Sentinel-Jouraal Company, T10M PSON & RIOUEY. Pitori. J. L., 0. Trifl'SON, Em'ron. lLubsecriptiou $1.00 Per Anu.wi Advertising Rtes Reasontbh Entered at rickens rstonce as Secont Ciant. M all Malter PICK ENS, S. U. THIURSDAY, 3AltC11 1', 1908. Business Locals. Notice';of 8:ale, Wansts. swaps, etc. nerluted in this Column ti 5 cents per line. or eci insert ion .Nothi takeH for less than 10 cents. FoR SA u.-17 iteres, original forest, 11 miles north of Pickenis, $30 anl acre.; 75 acres wes(-t of Woodall Mountain, 10 acres birali bottom. baiantce in timber, Sric( $10 ntere, cash deal. E. F. Ki.rrn, r.1". .D,, No. 4, Pickens, 8. U. Carload of Obelisk Flour just recived at H. A. Riebes's. Pay your guano hills at once. I can not cally these ficcun1ts any longer. Come to see us prepareil to makc sittlo ment. H. A. RICHEY. Improved Cotton Seed for Sale. BROA DIW ELUS DO UTBLE-JOINTED. This cot ton is extra early and ndapt.ad ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 12 March 1908

OUflY' TOTES N~Y C.f.UARNITZ PA. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED POINTERS FOR POULTRY BUYERS. "Iin've you ever purchased a sick rowl hn omrhiet and fft-v k v Me family for i Sunday dinner?' "CertaInly not." "IIave yOu ever Selcted a sleC chick en from your own flock and served it to t:he mInister of your church. the guest of the family?" "Wha't a shocking idea! How dare you hIsinuate such a horrible thing?" "Well, dear inadam, we are not here to iininate, but to tell you kindly that there are many housewives who pur chase fowls under the impression that. all are healthy. With them it is Him ply a question of age and weight and juley tenderness. There are others, however, who have placed a han againt dressed poultry and who pit every live fowl through a strict exam ination before dressing it for the ta ble." We comie to the reader of this arti cle with a few pertinent points for purchasers of poultry. They may save a doctor's bill. We watched a farm er's wife dress a Plymouth Rock for dinne...

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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 12 March 1908

Clerk's Sale. State of South Carolina, County of Pickend. In Common Ple.s Court - 3..Victo' ii Ed ne, Plaintiff, Vs. 31artha Terrell, et al.. Defendants. In pnlislance of a Decretal Orriei with above.sla1ted case, by Ho.)z J. C. Klugh, tat, 'i 1 4hruiry 28 190,14, and on -lle in the Clerk's office, I will sell tc the highest bidder on SALESDAY IN APRIL, 1908, luring the legal hours for sale, at Pickene Q H.. S. C., the following tract of land, to-wit: All that piece, parcel or tract of land containing twenty-six acres. muore -or less, and bounded by lands of James Davenport, W. R. Edens and others. on waters of Oolenoy creek; also all that -other tract of land containing ten acres, an'ore or less, bounded by IIn's of Charlee .Anthony. Warren Hendrix and others, deeded to him by Thomas Terrell. "erms-Cash on day of sale. Terms will be complied within one hour after sale, or the premises will be resold on -same day. Purchaser to py for all papers and . gecording the same. A. J. BOGGS....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 12 March 1908

Pickenls Sentinel-JourE aapOl)Oigs of a Loceal and P~rsc, Nature. C. L. Cureton is at home I a short stay. Mrs. E. B. Webb is v siti her parents.in Atlanta. Every dog has his day a every woman has -her way. Hon. J. P. Carey attend court at Walhalla this week. Rev. - Fant, of Anderson, visiting Mrs. N. E. Thornley. Capt. and Mrs. T. J. Maul( visited in Charleston last wee Born, on the 7th inst., to Al and Mrs. J. F. Brock, twins brace of boys. D. B. Cooper and J. P. Care Jr., spent a few days in Colm bia last week on business. P. P. McDaniel and sist Miss Grace, of Easley, visit, rlatives in Pickens, Sunday. Mrs. 0. B. Williams, Gainesville. Ga., is visiting h parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Richey. Walter Langston, who h been in the west for son time, is visiting his parents, M and Mrs. J. T. Langston. Magistrate C. G. Rowland, Central, was in Pickens, We nesday, on business. He r ports his town in a flourishii condition. Rev. N. G. Bal~nger filled tl pulpit at the Methodist chur< Sunda...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 12 March 1908

. Brother Lawrence Smith . Whereas, our brother, Law rence Smith, was accidentally shot avnd killed by his brother, Thomas Smith, on Jan. 28th, 1908, and was buried in the lluhanah cemetery the follow ing day; therefore, be it Resolved, That Ruihamah Lo cal Union No. 24 has lost one of Its best minor members, and that we bow submissively to the 1)ivino will of our God who do eth all things well. Resolved, That we tender to the bereaved family our heart felt sympathy in this time of .great sorrow. Resolved, That a, copy of these resolutions be sent to the fami dv of C. W. Smith that a copy be placed on the records of our Union; also that a copy be sent to the National Co-operator, the SENTINEL-JOURNAL and the Eas ley Progress for publicatiol. J. L, Cantrell, W. L. Raimpey, R. W. Smith, Committee. LAberty, March 2. Union Meeting The Union Meeting of the Tickens Association vWill be held with Secona church the fifth Sujiday in March and Saturday before. Saturday, 10 a. m.-Devo tional s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 19 March 1908

U%~ rims JEntered April 23, 190.3 at Pickoeus, 8. 0.. as second class miatter. under act of Congrt.ia of MaIrch 3, 1879. VOL. XXXVIL ICK IOUT1I CAULINAI TRURNDATI MA90H 19 1~ Unmercifully Whippd. 'GEORGE EDENS BET ilLACK p Little Boy n First Grade Badly Handled by His Teacher il another Child in Same Orade Exaelled u Last Thursday the town wa:, P thrown into a fever of excite- a ment over the report that a child d had been unmercifully whipped 0 in school by the first grade t teacher, Miss Olive Newton. t The little follow is a son of John h D. Edens and a grandson of Maj. b Gideon M. Lynch. Everybody b who knows the Lynch's and 11 Edens' knows that as good blood a flows through their veins as any body inl the county. George, E the child whipped, bears a good ti reputhtlon at school, and for ti him to be beat up the way he tt 'was is a disgrace to a civilized t) conununity. lie had done tc nothi)g to receiva this unmerci- tI f ul beating; he was accused of S( taking a little magnet ...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 19 March 1908

Pickens Sentinel-Journal PUDAUI1ED EVERY THURSDAY MONINWO. The Sentinel-Journal Company. TIOMr8oN & RICHEY. Piois. J. L. 0. Ti'1I')MPSON, ErIT(In. 8ubscription $1.00 Ptr Anium. Advertising Rites Iteasouable Entered at Plokens Fostofloe am Second Olu'I Msil Matter PICKENS, S. C. THURSIDAY, MA1llCHI 19, 1908. Blusiness Locals. 'es''of SlW ns w pec *l iln this (olurntni t 5 1ents pcr .ifor each hisertioii. Nothinig taken )r less than 10cents. Fon SArr-17 iaeres, originail forest, I1 miles (1no tlth of PicketUs, 30 nil Ifcre; 75 acres west of Wood-1,l 1Nounntit, 10 acres branch bottom, bitiainco in timber, >rnice 810 acre, cash deal. E. F. K.IT11. 1. F. D., No. 4, l'ickesu., S. G. Carload of Obelisk Flonr just received at H. A. Richey's. Pay your guano bill at once. I can not carry lhese iiecoi.8 alv lon eRM. Cone to sve I B preparei to makt, settle mncut. H1. A. RIICHEY. Improved Cotton Seed for Sale. B1RO A DWELL'S DOUBLE-JOINTrED. This cot.ton ik xtr. eirly aid daptod I ( to s...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 19 March 1908

lt THIE SE IN L JOU LNAL. Entered April 23, 1903 at Pickens, S. C., as second class matter, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. V*L. XXXVI 1ICXE11 IOU? CATL1rA, UMDAY3 MARCH 9 1013 BEVERLY OF GRAVSTARK By GEORGE BARR WCUTCHEON. Author of "Graustark" CopyrOht, JWA, by Dodd. Mead and Company Beli: "And I don't care. either. I oniy wish be were back here again. I'd be a g-ood deal niier to him." Messengers Hew back and forth. car. rying orders from the castle to varlow quarters. The ninisters were called to meet at 12 o'clock. Underneath al the hustlo there was a tremendous Im. pulse of American cunning. energy and resourcefulness. Ivery one caught th< lever. Iteserved old (Iplomats4 wore overwhelmed by their own inthiulaim Custom bound soldie.s forgot the he reditary caution and fell Into the ways of the new leaders without a mnurmur rhe city was wild with excitement, for ill believed that the war wus upo: t:hii. There was but one Shadow overhanging the glorious optimism of G.r...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 19 March 1908

Pickens Selltill-Jourl PUB.ISHED EVEMY TIHURSIDAY MXOlNIN4 --BY Tho Sont!nol-ournal Company. T'iOMPSON & RICHEmtY. Pips. J. L. 0. T1II.\MPSON, EmITon. utbscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising 1RBtes Reasonaih ered at PICfens rustoficC a SeCoud Cia. Mail Matter 1CIJNS, 8. C. : THUIDAY. 31-mItCII 1, 1908. PERSONALITY If possible to prevent it, per sonality should never be inijecto( into a newspaper; the editor personal anilnus should nevei scintillate through the columm of his paper-he deals with fact, and shapes his statements ac cordingly. He has his fingei on the pulse of the people, he is very near to them, and hc feels their heart-beats and by this means he can take up the "lbig stick" in their behalf with justice and precision against the evis that be. The Roanoke, (Va.) Times, says: "The average reader forms his opinion under the in fluence of his own personal pre judices and then seeks far and wide for other opinions that will support his ideas. The editorial writer, on t...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 19 March 1908

Pickens Sentinel-Jornal Rapuenings of a Local and Personal Nature. Capt. V. A. Courtenay, of the Newry Cotton Mills, died i.1 Columbia on the 17th inst.. W. H. Griffin, of Greenville, is spending the week in Pik ens, the guest of his mother. R. E Lewis, of Charleston, is, on a visit to his parents, Major and Mrs. J. J. Lewis, in Pickens. Miss Ola Richey and Mrs. J. L. 0. Thompson are - visiting their cousin, Mrs. Con ie Acker, in Anderson. B C. Robinson hast just re ceived a carload of fine horses and mules, that must be sold within the next few days. A. H. Dagnall, attorney of Anderson, is shaking hands with friends in Pickens. He will be a candidate for solicitor. Miss Essie Earle and brother, Edwin, have returned from a trip to Florida, where they went for the benefit of Ed win's health. Married, on the 15th inst., at the residence of John Gilstrap, Miss A. N. Gilstrap and R.'S. Gillespie, Rev. B. F. Murphree officiating. Our columns are open for the discussion of all pertinent q...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 19 March 1908

F merA~'s' Union Bureau of In, formnatin. -..oaiueted by the South Cairolhl.f I 'o rniers' FdnltIOlitki and - c.Operative Union. Com a l ieat ions i ntelied for thisdepar 1ljelt titoliti be iltreneitd to J. U. Striltig, cvudleto1a, Sna1it u r.)i a a. ORG AN IZ ArION. Give the melbers Something worth sticking to, and they wiIl stick. Patriotism vill keep sole men in the Union and some will not join any imevenent for patriot ism pure and simple; but all will fall into line as sooin as the dol Jar is a sure thing. Yotroflicers in the Union can not do the work and win out without the aid of the members any more than a general could win a battle without the men behid the guns. ,esperate, fast and furious -ting may be necessary to A and head off a known iag .Csive enemy on the outside; but staunch, conservative rea Sonling will win out for peace and harmony on tile inside, where more fighting spreads the flames. No amount of reasoning can stretch conservative principles over the dividing ...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 19 March 1908

EP - TM. -~ SOLICITED INCUBATOR BARGAIN COUNTE R. .When you buy that incu lmtor. t1eer clea r of h nimrgain coiunter. (oo inch IwnS are't foid in "Cheiap .lin'' sIops. We ha vel't I I))( to tigure low far ill the dilfereilt style miiachbines In a straight line would renlel. but wve know that we ('hli v :iew al1 he dieindable ineuiIhators Iin a day wl:hoautt doing stunts and have ple'Ity or time to get to bed with the 4chickenn. Iiulnibators and brooders are of two types, hot walter and hot air. but iuny of them ire all hot air. Many of our correspoidenits In writ ng about hatching machines hegi their letters. "I've been sttng." They got It at the bargain counter. The exchange columns of tIe poul try journals are full of fellows whmo are anUous to trade machines on chickens. They will give you a gilt edge guarantee with the machine. hut the only way they can get chickens Is to swap. Such machines always luen. Iate-lots of trouble. Now. It's pecks of fun to sit up nights with au Incub...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 19 March 1908

Prof..J. W. Swittenburg left Vhis mnorning for his home in .Newvrbtly i respone to a tele .ram ca*Ming him to the bedside o)f h3s !?ather, who is reported criti1 aT.y All. We hope that he - v.n' % l Ms father much better 'and th1at he may be spared to Atis el1enmm anid his country for :4enany yoWfs to com11e. Tho-n- w :s quite a homelike * wedding at the iesidence of Jas. &.4ut1eIqad on the 15th inst. W. A.. Fakc led to the hymenial l Id, oldest daughter 40f Mr.. and Mrs. Jas. Sutherland. The .ri&e and groom are well econnected and Ihavo many *riends, who wish them a long .and happy fife. The ceremony . vas performed by Rev. B. F. Mmphre. fta tement orhe-oo I ion of The Pick em; Bink,:located as Pickens, at the , 1:6peof .businc-'s, .Mal ehl V 1906. iResoutces. YCoans and ECstunts $124,174.46 .De)mand loans 25,000.00 t Over Dr.sfti 2,810.77 T'Nank-'mg Remse -and Lot 1,125.75 s.Furniturf and Fixtures 1,574.118 Due4T.mUanks and Bankers 18,974.-18 "CurremV . 4,500 00 4,1 ol 1.1...

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