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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 15 February 1905

a"~ T' L4X i 6818 aR \ ~ 0$ ~ Loca aji Personal Nature, -T , a jot of sichness in this . ?1.0 1, and the doctors are The) ' rVov aent of fertilizers is f ) oss I- t'n last year at a corres. f you want to get rid of the grip got Dr. Webb to give you ;.a iescrip tion.. A cures. --J. K. Kirksty is quito sick with pneumonia. His friends hope to seo him out soon. --B. 0. Baker is quito ill with rheumatism. His many friends hope he will soon be up again. --The farmers are getting ready and anxious to go to ploughing, but the weather is against them. -Miss Cora Bowen, who is in charge of the Mica echool, spent Sun day with her parents in Pickens. --That is a good show in the court house Wednesday and Thurs. day night, ind if you wat fun don't fail to attend. -Rufus Lavender was arrested at Walhalla (nd brought to Pickens jail last week. He is wanted for for ing an order on John Craig. en an iton of nows happens in your dommniunity let us have a note from you giving the facts. Don't wait fo...

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. — 15 February 1905

Pm!y 19 .. Z> * Copducted bY th< Fari Short and Timely Artioles that will ieoeived, and are Solioited for On any Phase or Subje tc GROWING PEANUTS. The Best and Cheapest Way to Culti vate and Cure the Crop. Mw-srs Iedlitors: -To make good pvanuts, brteatk or furrov the lai-d good in Xay, Run your rows two an1d on half feet ipart. Put III 200 pounds of acid . phosphate i the drill. Ahike a list on sam with a ismall wing or B. ). plo without iplitting the middle. Plant with a Cole plantor, cigh inchos apart, Spanish peanuts WiVhen the peas begin to conmo up run a wCder cross-wise the beds or ros. Then wait till the peasbfl are II) good, Illd thenl Iuf) cuiltival tot (with small or nu arow teoti o) ats (1-1.) to eias 11a y(u caI w% ito t coveriig 11). Do n)o) t lt 0i-. get Cul1tivate the balan.- of the s a sonl With cotion plOW, ai-d the la t plowing itidge ip the dirt, around tho vines, Let thom romam unitit tho vines begin to show signs of being ripe. Theni take T1. ). plow wit...

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. — 22 February 1905

F, .. PICKENS SEN INEL Eutered April 23,'1908 at Pickens, S. C., as second olass znattcr, under act of Congres of March 8, 1879. VOL XXXIV PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1905. N039 Z'KE ON DISPENSARY He Gives Plain Facts on tile Subject. THE DRINKER HAS -HIS SYMPATHY But He Jumps On Our "Educational Promoter" With Both Feet---Has Good Reasons, Too. By the time this gats into prir.t we suppose the Pickens branch o South Carolina's jag proIotor will -again be in full blast, and fiends of the dispensary say that busint.ss will "pick up." Probably it will in police circles, but wo doubt if any fair minded person will seriously claim that it is of any benefit to the 5'nITo s i nterests of the town. A; 'her tte of South Carolina may feel p of the monopoly it has on the wiskey business, and now if it.would monopolize the ferti;izer interests, it might make it a big paying concern, for one is rotten enough to furnish material for the other, and taken together it would be 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. — 22 February 1905

P Ut.'JSnD LVJ1Y WEDNESDAY UORNTING. The Sentinel-Journal Company. TTroMSON & iRICURY, PRorS. J. Ia. 0. 'ri OMPSON, EDITolt. Subacription $1.00 Per Anuum. Advertising Rl .toe; Reasonable. Ettored at I'cukens i'ostoffice as Second Class Mail MNatter PICK ENS, S. C. : Wednesday, February 22, 1905. "'l'M AGIN IT." J(sh A Itey says " I'm P gin it ;' so ays every other riglit-minded p1oion. lLut J1sh w as try ing to 11bolish the Immigration Bureau when ho made this pet remark. We, along With other good folks, are "agin'' the legislature, as a whole, for 'hat they haye done, or rather have failed to do. Z.-kc, th's week, gives the Dis peisary (t very devil, and we wait to go Oil record a1gai.st th. notiv)n of t he Lgislaturo ii, the inatter of the conpilsory educa (lOt *ill. It does SeeC.. to u1s that theiro were oneiGugh liberal, broad minded, lovel houded fellows in that august body to have put through this bill-but by konte mieans, unkiowln to us, an11d prob ably unexplainable by t...

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. — 22 February 1905

V il~~Ifas~I aLocal lM Personal, Nature. does it take to run a good - Loney. - A , touse will do fur a girl forgive you. -We have some doubts about the man who is always boasting of his reform. --All-tho Pickensites .who have been suffering with grippe are im-. proving. -You can't always hold a girl re sponible for being held in her sweet heart's arnis. -A bapy ma rriage is the usual result when love is adulterated with a little common sense. -iT. L. Bivins has moved aid is now pleasantly domic iled in his new home on Cedar liock street. -Major J. M. Stowart is confined to his bed with grippo. It is to bo hoped he will soon be out again. --Miss Maudo Ashnoro of Atmnta, is at home on a visit to hunpufolks. er mother Mrs W. H. A.shmorc, is igbt sick. Dr. J. L. Bolt ii confined to his ro having been indisposed for say EIys. His many friends hope be on be out again. good thing for this old woid that the people who growl about the weather do not have the making of it. Prof. W. E. Dendy i...

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. — 22 February 1905

4 ra Short and Timely Articles 1hat will Roosived, and are Solicited for On any Phase or Subje t ol THOUMTS FOR FARMERS. SoME IIEAL'n HINTS The diseaCs that threaten the Piedmont peoplo at t his seasoni f tho year nie grip and pneu mnonia Fatnmrs often live soverul mile. Iirom a dloctor. in eastof a kud den stiack of pain in the sido or Chest, preceded by a chill, a plabt er iado of mustard, vinegar and white of tin ogg a1pplied as soon as possible, may givo relief and of feet a cure. Every farmer should keep .a good liniment, a box of ground mustard and a bottloe of tUrpeitine oi hand for omrergen cies. Get the advice of your do tor tId buy such s)0cifi1s a ld would r-ecc omend. Do njot phjy Sic the Iamwily With every n1 strumli rCC imnIi'ded in Id vtrt!JemeU1. ts. Proket tho feet with t i k i<.1. When workimg in the field have your coat handy to throw onI lwn you knock off. Whn rest ing never sit on the wet ground. To provent typhoid feer look after the well or spring. See that...

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. — 1 March 1905

VOL PImCKFNS E Eutored April 28,'1903 at Picklens, 8. .., a second olass matter, under act of Congress of March 8, 1879. VL XXIV PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1, 1905. NO4i Unole Zeke Talks Busin ' Well, neighbors, as we crawl out of bed these mornings and see the sun shining on both sides of the fenco and hear tho birds warbling in the trees it seeis as though we were back On1C more I the old timo Southland and I hope it ha put you all in good humor tor fear, as the Irishmai would say, "I may trod on the tail of your coat," tlthough I would avoid it as iar its poksible. I just wish to mako a plain state. menn of facts from my sido of the house as a matter of business andt do not intend this as a begging letter. I do not look o1 a country now a paper as a "oharity patient" or a beggar, and if any one (toes not contsider tt paper vorth the sum of two cen1-s per week, or one dol. ]ar a year, my advic. to then is to get off the list as soon as possible r10 no on should pay ...

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. — 1 March 1905

7. v. 1 ',lef l ,' V befui1lel 1)I. . o t1inktel -)tl OutlJ fnora iii bky egal -Y, ight.io )lif uiily ir odall to -O ill igct i AftE a Rli o f tver.p w youir humble scrit.e n ill I etto mu lp iteUmsiet ougl, to fill U nii1110l FI in Ti s o >timil-J-una tl. Th) ilibitaits W this littlo I are lico hets i'l a1 gun, wory to klowlA %%iat lie has to do, la ev-t'1hizg gos on liko clock worl Whilo the cutton mIlill at this p hasi beenl ill operation onlly ait eight ycars, iand for I hat raitnon ha had the tio' l expand hko it% Vet wo cl0l4enge" tih Stato to n1111 mil that is nade more p)rogress (tile lenigt1h of tim. Tlo grado -f goods (mInko notl bjut plain white cloth) ma.do it Norris mill is far superior to mos (lie cloth mado at other mills of -itIne kind. '.he sa nitirv condition of this tory town can't ie excled. No peLn or Milh kuf anIy ind is allow Iho wIat. r 1.4 puro iad who11lo il'o lest hielmess in this placo thu size of it *a f wv other fact town we kww lf. Oao go Ad ff-t!Ir...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 1 March 1905

8ROVen IaS of a o0 and Personal Nature. -Don't imagine you are ill. Just leave 'well endugh al'one. -A girl-is an awful nice thing to give advice to that she won't follow. --Sa far as they go, some folks are all right if they don't go too far. -The heavier the load ia man is carrying thu lighter his head is apt to bo. . -It isn't bnchelorI' ways that count so much with younig widows as his means. --A woman's hat iever suits hor so well that she doesn't want anothee suit to go with it. -A, nan's capacity for vork of u i depends opnm whotLher lie is working. for hi msel or others. . -If people could exchange troub'eq there wo-ild be just as much kicking as there is inl a horse trado. --A woman could see io use in being fashionabie if (hero were ni) society colums to tell about. -Don't forge t hat 'N. 1). Taylor, the Photographer, will be at his gal lery Wed'nesday Macrh tho 1st. ---An egg famine is the latest an nouncement. The . hurn stormers may look out for a bettor season. -Thero ...

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

FARE Conducted by th Far Short and Timely Artioles that will RoooIved, and are Solicited foi On any Phase or Subje t "Reducing i Reducing I The work of the recent Cotton Grow ers' Convention at, New Orleat il serves, in its main featurer, the heai approval aind enlorsement of tlhe! farne ers all over the South. The action o1 the coninlttt'e since the adjournmedt in formulating a constitution ani 1y laws as a basi and bond of union for the colitiled existence of the org.m zation Is also worthy of all praise for its comn prehesisi veness and adapt ation to the objects sought to he proioted 1. It Is an able doeumollvnt and should il. the meatins of consolidating and unify 1ng the intercst, of the cotton growe:'. and mniuttfactutire's in the fuaris. Whether i(s effectivo influence sh01l cut live the present emer, -ewy ami pro mote the cotton growers' lst at ntrcti. in the ftl ore vwill depmid larly upon the good jidgment al somd di-er' tion of those in active control o De organizatioi, ...

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. — 8 March 1905

.TilE PECKNS SE NINLJORP IButored Apil 23,,1O tPckuS . as rseoond crn-s wiatter, uuder act of (ogroa of bioh8,189 VOl. XXXIV PICKENS, SOUTH. CAOLINA, WEDNESDAY, MA8, 9.NiaA PENROSE, N. . NOTES. Entertaining Letter From Rev, l L. Jones---Speaks Highly of "ZEKE" AND THE CONTEST, The Church Contest Inl North Carolina Painted one Church and Helped all the Rest Wonderfully, The following letter from R.v M. L. Jones, a former re-ident of this Colunty, but now of Pourose, N C., is somewhat bolatod, but nevor theless good. It vas "pigeon. holed'' and overlooked until now, for which we humbly bvg Bro Jones' pardon, 11d assure hIm that in the futuro we will try and be moro careful with his duts. [Editor.] Pouroso, N. U. Editor Sontinel-Journal: Plouse allow twe space inl your highly ap preciated puper to say a Ife. v words to the niny friends in 1113 nativo hlome-lan{d. As 1 wish. to Feak to them all, I think thro'ij your paper is a fine 'ay- As\I have been away fron ver ther, over four years...

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. — 8 March 1905

n al ~O1'8OompRy c*QUxT. 1?worB V. 11.00 Per Anuum. Ising Rites BeaRonable. Posto~Lce as Second 0lass aIl MAtter NS S. C. Marh 8, 1905. virt of Nevadza says; * -B havt been Cating al d food il tho Soni(e bat whiat makes them p00rly. - Aler for tho country eqrvio givoa the pa roninonceo were not - ai6s of all sorts of It naakes the aver a text book in tho >I says that, (lriot eod with a "s'ump "rAival of intellec sIlitelltectua con 0vic 0 uninitiated to be ,doing most damage oe fathers. or in easy roach of haps we all feel truly r this work ned it lt Wo Should. Of .J,--31w(IHuaS we can1) hear of, so a of Itnything ele. - phreo, died on the 388 of -aband, mother nud twe . s. Wml. H. and J. 1sidos a host of rela ida to mIouruI hir s a conhsistenlt chris a memiber of Shady at which place tho place the day 1ul 0, a large concouirse friends witnessing S. Rice, of the Nine hiod on the 1st in. se of her brother, oore, wife of L. ed onl the 2(1 inst., her husband, of eave!s a husband, tio...

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. — 8 March 1905

- ~sdv Commissioner day, -.. Stewart still continuo 'Mr. aild Mrs. J. T. Fennell open rti on 6f last week at Calhoun. -Henry Williams of the Looper 16 is reported very sick with umonia. -.Clerk of Court A. J. Boggs and M F. Hester spent the first of the Ik at Calhoun. -Miss Hester Cureton is on a visit lier brother, Dr, George D. Oure. of Greers. .-Court convenes here on the third nay, the 20th inst., with Judge 'y presiding. Irs. M. J. larris is on a visit to family of her son, John D. Harris Lenderman, S. C. -Arthtir Mann .has itted up the imore shop and is prepared (o do t class woodwork. -Undoubtedly by this time So he niells that went dry List fall - getting wet enough. -Mrs Carrij'jT Robinsioni, of Ridge y, S. C., visited her mother, Mrs. L. Cureuon last week. -Mr. and Mirs. Pool, of Anderson ted their daughter, Mrs. J. L. it of Pickens, last week. -J. F. Harris hai lrentod the re room in tho Maconic hall, and moving his stock this week. -Miss Lois Newton - ened up millinery p...

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. — 8 March 1905

Conducted by the Farn Short and Timely Articles that will ooeive, and are solioltod for On any Phso or Subje t o Allied With the rarmers. - Tie constribulioll of one thoOusid dolh rats by the Virginia Carolina Chemical Comn d of smal4 but ibi-1 aumit, by other fertilizer companises ut- 11 '.( OtnGro r Assciatiliot), ilt first blusli, as weais rrviiklO. One of this Aocia. tioni's avowed oljects is to cause a 1eduction in the amount of feitili zA's usl-ed by Southern cotton plant era. The feitilizer comnpanies, how. ever, tak a broader and wiser view. The Southern farmers are their chief custoners, not only this year, bit in aill .%ars. Uinless the have ability to buy, the fertilizer ieiin cannot oxpect to sell. The fuiimei is are striving to gain the position v-herf. they Vill have a voice in fixing the prica of the-r o miiodity . -Other pioducers oc ctipy such a 1);siton now an( the farmers believe that as a conditi- n precedent to reachi ag it, intolligen t restriction iiust be' pl...

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. — 15 March 1905

THEPIKES SENINELJONL Entered April 28,'1903 at Pickens, 8 0., as second alass matter, nnder act of Congress of March 8, 1879. PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15, l905- NO. 42 APPEAL TO PEOPLE They Are Urged to vote Ou the Dispensary. *ADDRESSES BY MINISTERS The Law on the Subject---Showing Hov It Can Be Eone. To the Citizens of Pickons Coun t%: At an enthusiastic meetig of mini istors and someo other towperaice workers, the uudraignod %were re. quested to issue an address to th people of the cotinty Knowing as we all do the evils of whiskey, when used as a bev-rage and knowing that the Dispensary at Pickens is debauciuing our people, robbing many of the famiili.s of the co of the meat, broad and cloth 'jiu,6bugh: )o have, and knowNing th 1) rings disgraco upon many homes, 4d-row, heartaches, etc,, etc., that it malkes drunkards of the boys and men of our county, that it sends them to a drunkards grave and a drunkards hell. We, therefore, call upon all the pople who love ri...

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. — 15 March 1905

T. U 4LmiSHED Eiyla WEDN.E5DAY M1WNJMG. The Sentinelournal Company. TuoMPsoN & RI1cu.Y. PnorPs. J. 14. 0. THOMPSON, EDITOn. khib.riptioin $1.00 Per Anmumn. Advt riiing R:tes Reaonable. Elntered at IckVAeS P8otoffice an Second Clast Mll Matter PICK ENS, S. C. : Wednesday, March 15, 1905. "DISPENSARY, NO! YES!" The law relative to the establishintg and (th removia of dispensaries in (hid State is publishet olsewhere in this paper. It can be vted on and be kept running or shut up at the will of the people. We want everA person in this county to read the law and then sign the petitions, or not., as he seos lit, auld if the election i ordered, theni to g- and voto as lie seen fit and as his ciascionco dictates When you haIvo hlisoe 111 tho .ou have doJo 3o)r whole (u11y 111 no man ociaiy ought against you. There are tp itionn being circuln ed asiling for ani ecction on thit questio ; Runny are signing , thewt. Lot us ask yu to weigh well tlte questiont. If volt sign 1i11d thiei thien...

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. — 15 March 1905

A4 a r - tia, arrie rok libtcd rein lit ii18Ii 8oea lat weok. --T. Christie Robinson of Green. ville was in Pickens Monday. -Sloan Moore has -recovjred from his wound-sufficlontly to be out. -The Pickens Conty Medical Association met at Easley Monday. -Th night services in the chu rch. cs will hereifter begin at 8 o'clock. -Craig Bros. and the Pickens lrog Co. change their ads this week LThe early gardeners .have been )utting in some good work the past 4 eek. -Col. Fielding A. Lewis who has I been quito sick is somewhat im. I proved. --Mrs. Dr. R. Kirksey of Crow GJreek, visited friends in Pickens MUonday. C .--J. A. bWhito now 1Pccul)ic0 the I Kennemuore hutiso rccontly vacatud by 1 J. D: Moore. - J. D. Moore has moved to t116 Earlo residence corner Main and T,4412% OIanf ing of the ground o rsday, 16th inst, -Jobi Rlop ir, a snlecessful farnir i of the Crmss Road- section was in a Pickons Monday oil business. t -Presidiog Eld~tr I. Hlorbet Jones will preach at Tabor church t next ...

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. — 15 March 1905

Conducted by the Farm Short and Timely Artioles that will b Received, and are Solicited for t On any Phase or Subje t of THE FARMERS' EDUCATIONAL and CO-OPERATIVE UNION of AMERICA. ' Conduct. d by J. C. Stribling. Comimunications intenee for this depat incikt hould be addressed to J. C. Stribling, Penileton, S. U. I Coiiu iairnitnldf i-i s C c Best Thing Yet. The Virgiiaia-Carolina Chemical 0 company has contributed $1,000 to c the fund of the Cotton Growers' I Association and several of the e smaller companies have made 8 equally liberal contributions in I aiding the farmers to obtain better t prices for their products. C But the funniest thing y.et in t this line are the comments made E on the liberality of the fertilizer companies, One farmer who (lid not belong to either of the farm ers' organizations said : Well, I guess the guano men can afford to do that, all, they have to do to get it back is to charge it upon the! price of fertilizers and the farmer I will have it to pay at...

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. — 22 March 1905

- AV IIIE PICKENS SENTINEJO E utered April 23,1903 at Pickens, S. a., as second claRs matter, under act of Congress of March 8, 1879. VOL XXXIV PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 1905. A F DISO H1A DI AVE y befi Big stoc] conies. ooted, naked and nothing to cat. WVell, the news got to old man 3usiness that young Bar was sell og contrary to law and that some hing must be done to check the ide. In thoso days there lived a graat )rophet called Benjamin who could )redict tho future as well as nar -ate the past Benjamin promnised f given the lines of the govern-I ncent awvhile he could make Mr. 3ar's business assume a different ispect. Well, some how other aind ionie how else this prophet. got 1ald of the lines and with the co, perationl of the general assembly 1c got Mr. Bar's namie changed to state Dispensary. He carried him o the barber shop and had himi ~havod and his hair clipped and a iew suit of cloftbes put on him. lHe gave him instructions to sell from mn up till Buln...

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. — 22 March 1905

Vg VUen asap E-'VR~nY WEDNES1DAY MORNI4o. i jut -BY- be he Sentinel-Journal Company, .Ju1 ToMhPSON & JICiHY. PROPs, 0. J. L. 0. THOMPSON, EnIo - d' Subscription $1.00 Per Anuum. Advert iing it Is Remonable. cl Entored at Piokens 1ostoaco os second Olass Manl Matter Ii PICK ENS, S. C.: o Weduesday, March 22, 1905. The Department of Agriculture is a satisfied that an (lhicient cotton piic. ing machine has been invented. The Apparatus was designed by G. A. Lowry who invented the round bale cotton packing outfit There are but two doctors of Medi cinoin the entire Congress of the United States, and both of these are in the Senate. Almost every other occupation fi om log rolling to pagi lism is representLed in the lower house. The Kansas Ligislature proposesI to have its convicts work the oil re fineries in opposition to the Standa.rd Oil Company A ccoding to Tom Lawson the competition will be bot. ween mun who are in j il and those who ought to be. It is difficult to understand why o...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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