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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 22 March 1905

.01e, v()ti v I 1 . 1 ,I rm in 1)elg jar call. -r this week. - N. Wyatt, of Greenville, was in I'wkens this week. 11. 0.- Entrekin dropped in - to 113 folks on Wednesday, ?4. W. Hester of Easley made us isant visit on Wednesday. "ory few people have been in b this week except those who had )r. L. G. Clayton of Central in for a little chat while in SMonday. That do you thlink of the vote -eak? Some interest is now bc miifested. W. Blassingaine, of Elinont, 8 oI a visit to his sister, Mrs. Brown, and other relatives in unty. lhe farinrs are making use of lay they can, and not ma1ny of tre in attendance upon court. * iss Alice Finney, of Atlanta, is ukons, having come home to nurse her father, D. B. Finnay. I. Walter Langstoi4 left Mon lay pencer,. N. C., where he goes to the shops of the Southern Rail. N. D. Taylor will be in his Pick. tudio next Wednesday. Remotn he day and don't fail to patronize if you want good work. The p:stor of the t'ickens Bap church will preach a sormon on ib...

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. — 22 March 1905

Conducted by th< Farr Short and Timely Articles that will :Received, and are Solicited for On any Phase or Subje t c THE ALDRICH SYSTEM. Originator Shows -Advantages of Corn and Cotton Planted Together. Written Fer-Elge'fie'ld I bionicle. I have rend wit inuch inher<+t the colil lmicati'n in) lihe Oh ionich, of the 9th of Feblcruary from Ehn. Wood, sigIicdl "0, and while the writer is evidently aii intellhgetst and obseivant persoin, he plainly show, that he has faijed to gnrtIsp the best features of "the Aldrich system" o planting nod cultivating corn and cotton toguther as one crop, grow) on the salm land tho same season The preat merit, of the systemt is that by it a farmer just doubles his con, yield without dimintishiing his c(t ton yield. By it ho miakos m're ' corn everv ylear than he can consuu ; henco am ust sell corn at. his ieartid imiarlket, or else produce stock to cou. sume Ib at i'urplus4. This stick Il niubt sell at his iear(.st or bst, maork et, Which would le...

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. — 29 March 1905

Eutored April 23,,1903 at Picken, 8. 0., as second olsls watter, uider act of Congross of March 8, 1879. PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29, 1905 CHAT AT THlE COUNTRY STORE The Gang at "Four Corners. While Sitting Around the Stove on Sat urday Night They Discuss Gift and the Monopolies. They were sitting around th< stove discussing a little of every thing in general, when Uncle Josh cArfo in and seating himself oi a sugar barrel said : .'Boys, I have been so allfire'd busy this week, I ain't had no ti me to look at a paper, What is the news, any how? Anythmug start ling?" "NO ing worth the telling, Unclg Josh,'' replied John Peppercorn. 'ex,,.(ept I see that them Congrega. tional people up in New.Eigland have sot down on John Raoerfel ler, and ain't agoing to take the $100,000 he offereo 'em for foreign missions. I swar to goodness I'm glad of it. These tusts r b the people and give some of their steal. ings to the Chur to cloak over their devilt- hy he won't, do a thin...

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. — 29 March 1905

Tho Sontinelonral Caompaiiy. Tnol'Ns N 1tIO'UR . P aors. J- I. 0.'rTHOMPSON, EnIDTonL Subscription $1.00 Por Anuim, - Advertising 1 tes Reasojable. Itce' at Pteloens PostomfiCo as Second Class Mal I Matter PICKENS, S. C. Weduesdoy, March 29, 1905. S &veral up country papers repor tat there Las been consideralWt nW(rkthlg of cotton luring the pitsi Week. The offer of 8 cents tempte(i a number of farmei s to let their ct tonl go. Here is where the perfected organization is noded to take ul such offerings and keep the cotto: out-of the general market. The c A ton growers 'uovement has not failed; it simply has not had time to gel ready to meet all conditions. - Tho depressionl, iicidenit to the do. cline iii col.(on, seemsrt noot. to have caused farming lands to dole n,3 Was pridiclted by some. A farmi nea01' itidgo Sping recently scold for S70 per neire, which has "been the pr vail ing pIco for dirt in tint scutioi foi some time. Not only tho gtowsers ol cotton but pr oplo go.aera...

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. — 29 March 1905

~~6ph~ng 0 oa n ?rold Natur 4 ~ 4~&bWI~. ho ta~X to p~lanit sprin - . A abuy; vi traenvill aft ~eek in Pickens. -Mrs. Georgia Boggs, of obert) SPent Monday in Pickens with frie~ndt -Don't neglect the garden, if yo have to get up earlier than usual t do the work. -The pobr man who pays for t EderOs halt is not sorry that Easter i ! .iis year. . ording to the almanac april' here, and it appears that th almanac is right this timo. -The hinting season is now at I e nd, and -the sportsmen havo Jai( aside, their guns until next winter. -The hens in the county are non doing their full duty, and as a conseo quence eggs are more plentiful aid cheaper. '-Rev. 0. M. Abney wi:1 preach Sunday night on intemperafioe. A large 'congrega(ion is earnestly re qulested to attend. -We are imforrmed that the Monte Cristo Conservative Mining Cto', stock vill be advanced from 65Ots t( $1 per share on May bit next.. ---Abcut the time a woman gett over worrying aboi t what kind ol morals her son is go g ...

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. — 29 March 1905

Conducted bythe Short and Timely Artiolos that will b Received, and are Solloitod for i On any Phase or Subje t of FARMERS HAVE WON, SAYS SMITH$ Banks Give Money to Movemenrt-South Carolina Situation Reviewed. According to a satetemotit it ceiv. ed from the Sontiliern Cotton asso, ciation , tho baniLs of the cotton growiig statta have contrilbuted ab ut. $7,000 to the movement and only $3,000 additional is asked. The amount agreed ,upnn at a meeting of the Southern banking conmmitteo was $10,000, and Joh D. Walker, the treasurer, stata-f that this mioney will be used as is all of the other contributions re ceived from fertilizqr companios. oil mills and other concerns President N. D. Smith of tht South Carolina branch of the a8so ciatiun, gives out the following interview: "Thero must be some in-.take as to the amount of fort ilizer suid in this State. The people are under the impire.sion that the sale of tag. means the sale of guano. Either the tag people are wrong or the farmers o...

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. — 5 April 1905

T.'I E EN E" B, utore Apri28,.'1908 atJPickeizs, S. (1., as seoond olassmatter, undei t of Cu m of Arc ,89 VOLIXX~~~~IV ~PICKENS, SOUTH CAR9LINAP WEDNESDAY,,A~L5 95 O4 ZEKE'S GOT IT AGAIN Taken With "Spring Fever' nd Not Energy Enough to Ward it off. IT'S A CHRONIC .CASE. While in This Condition our Friends are Asked to Help Take Care of Him if they Run Across Him. During this beautiful weather I have developed a first chis case of Spring fever, something my friends claim is.chronic in my cnse, and simply another name for laziness Be that as it may, it ii the timo of the year when I long t- throwiasic.e the cares of business, with its hum. drum duties, get away from the burly burly of the town and off to the woods, lakes and forest streams. where far from the busy haunts' of man, with 110 one to-SssE Ime, I can be as lazy as I please, commune with nature while in her happiest mood, loaf around all day and go alishing. Many of the disciples of 'Isaac Walton" prefer to g deep into 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. — 5 April 1905

Fhis is II And shudICK(E And shoud be music to I day in the week crowds cai jam iull of choice merchan selection is grand. Fame ] very And presents an array of your purchases here. Eve the best to be had for the in the Piedmont section a from. Columbia to Ashevil BE N( of numerous advertisers. this section, but 'tis not b OUT OF TOW N rj RADE eration. Every day therle stock. We will take pleas DRESS GOODS AND SILKS. Its a pleasure to look through the grand stock of 5 i nering Silks-every kind that is worthy. 20 inch all silk taffeta, including white, per yard 36 inch Black Tafieta, every yard warranted, special price Special yard Wide $1.25 Black Taffeta, per yard, 20 inch Cream Wash Silk, per yard, 27 inch Cream Wash Silk, 50 cents value, 50C Colored Corded Wash Silk, BLACK DRESS GOODS. 36 inch Panama cloth, per yard only 36inch 18 Twill Henrietta, per yard, only 44 inch Melrose for skirts, per yard, only 42 inch Cheviot Serge, special, per yard, only 46 inch Silk finish Henrietta,...

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. — 5 April 1905

4 l g n8 Qa Local alorsonaI Nature, -(It once. the,7th Ono 8tb. -end change of ad of the Pickens *Drug Co. -Tho Big Store wiants you to visit their Emporium Friday and Sattur day. -See the Big Store ad on front page and come there oi tho 7th and 8th. . -The farmers in this section (re progressing nicely with their farm work. --Did you say midlinery? The H. B. M. Co. hag it. on display Friday and Saturday -Mrs. K. L. Urrotois left Friday for Atlanta, whero sho will make her future home. .- Mrs. J. 2. Terroll, of Westminis. ter, is on a visit to her paronis, Rev. and Mrs. D. W. Hiott. -Everybody come to the millinery opening at the Big StOro next Friday and Saturday, April 7d and 8th. -Dr. I. E Crimn, vo specialtist will to in Pickens next Tuesday, the 11th, at Hotel Hiawatha. Examina tioni free. -See new ad of L. Rothchild Greenville's popular clothier, and call on hiu when you get ready for your spring suit. -Rov. W. T. Abbott will preach ut Keowee on the second Sunday in April at 1...

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. — 5 April 1905

Conducted by the Farn Short and Timely Articles that will Rleceived, and are Solicited for On any Phase or Subje t o BIGGEST COTTON CROP EVER. A .Bambu rg County Farmer Predicts That the .South Will This Year Make the Record Crop. To the Editor of The State. The ne-wqpa-Irs. and in fact, men of oyery profeh-sion, tire standing open- ed, wondering why the re coipts lof fortilizers are so heavy. They say that this fertilizeris being stored away in w arthc.uses, and so on. Now don't '( deceived. Facts are stubborn things; the tiuth hurts; but tsii heavy shipment of fortiliz -rs means an inoreased ac reago e cotton over last yearl I a-n n-,t posing v.; a prophet, but under favorable e mditions this year's cottoi erop is going to bre'ak till rLcords because the farm era on every hand are making greater (fforts to make cotton than over before, rhis souids strange, indeed, but tine will tell. There have bec: more tules and horses purchased by the cotton farmers this season than ever known....

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. — 12 April 1905

I 7P( 6U8OR1%E NOW IF YOU WISH TO VOTEIN THE C61t'SY ' Eu PICKENS SElIE-0R7 Rutered April 23,.'1908 at Pickens, S. 0., as second class matter, under act of Congress of Mrh3 89 VOL XXXIV PICKNS, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY,APRIL __ ______________________NO.46 LIVELY CATEEOHEE J. 0, Garrett a Good Farmer an Business Man. BEWARE WHERE U GO A-COURTINE Social Items---Mill Folk---Attemptcd Sui cide---Funeral, From all appearoinces it seim that the brumal days are gono and the estival are in their atca(d. With the chango green f ilingo tins begun to put forth its beonliifil a ppear ance, little birds have begun to chirp their sweet FongS; the far nmr bas begun to till the koil for anoth er crop, lion tnmo is in order, guano is plentiful, sooi th old woinan can get a new dreks on that lien the girls new hats and John a pair of brogan shoos ; May ' mill be here and what, a nico timo at the big mneetinlgs Well, if it was not for the "ins,' there would be no pleasure and life would not be worth ...

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. — 12 April 1905

This 20 And s day in t jam -ull selectio1 A-nd. pi your pU the best in the I from C( of numi this sec OUT o eration, stock. DRESS Its a pleasure to iering Silks-every ki 20 inch all silk taffeta, i 36 inch Black Tafieta, e Special yard widc $1.2S 20 inch Cream Wash S 27 inch Cream Wash S 50c Colored Corded W, BLAC 36 inch Panama cloth, p 36 inch 18 Twill Henric 44 inch Melrose for ski 42 inch Cheviot Serge, 46 inch Silk finish Hent 56 inch Panama Cloth, 46 inch French Voil, A( 40 inch Mohair special, COME TO GREI to lay in your spring SU it on less money if you A HEARTY WELC PUBDLIsHED EVERY wEDNEKDAY MdORNING. --BY The Sentinel-Jornial Oompany, THOMPSON & RICIIEY. PnoPs. J. L. 0. 'rUOMPSON, Em-xroni. Subscription $1.00 Per Anuum. Advertising Ritea Reasonahl" Itered at Pickens P'ostonIce as second Olat Mali Matter PICJ(ENS, S. C. a Wedniesdaiy, April 1 05. An Appeal to the Churches. BeloV d in thbe Lord, we call tipor yAui to bestir yorele to work and~ prayer as never beforo. As...

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. — 12 April 1905

flnnla of a Ll 8a(d Personal Nature in t crop -The first straw hats for this season ventured out last week. --A fow early gardoners are brag ging on their growing vogetables. -The man who is not satisfied with this weather is hard to please. - The sinall-grain crop has come out wonderfully since the warm wouth or sot in. -Cotton next fall at 5 cents will not pay bills very fast. Dotter glow your provisions. - The St ato lnter-Denowinational Sunday Sushool Conventioni which met in Florence last week, will hold its ses sion next year at PelzOr. -Married it the residouce- of M. F. Hestor, Sunday, April 9th, .\ae. Felix R->gors and Mis;i Ritsa L Statun, hi. F. Hester officiationg. --Passorsby are altrtact-'d by the pretty diiday of Sprinlg gwm:d. shouwi in 11h0 o D w ) .V.- of im)1 th1.) most up-to-date Iuerchza1ts of t1-o city. --The Picioeis U. 1). 0. will have a very iJp nltaniit mueetilg next Friday afternoon at half past thriee o'clock. All member.s aro urged .o ittutoud. 0' -It...

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. — 12 April 1905

Conducted by the Farm Short and Timely Articles that will b Rocalved, and are Solicited for t On any Phaso or Subje t of THE ALDRICH SYSTEM. Gather in Hay and Hominy Between I the Rows of Cotton! More Co'op eration at Home in the Field 4 With Cotton, Corn and I Peas! I Fariers, don't. trust teo muchi to I others to help you, make an etffrt each anid every man of you to hel ) youlselves, try a few acres on the Aldrich system of growing two rows of cotton alternating with two rows of corn. There is nothig to lose in giving this plan a fair trial. Wo are suie that the two rows of early corn will not materially in1 jure the cotton We have been watching this syste m of plan ting t wo rows of Cotton and two rows of corn since this pl1an first con'e in. to notice, and have come to the c.m, clusion that there is somotliing in it, or about twonty good men we know havo Leen doiiig some good lieiing about this thing. At least four of our neighbors, as well as curselves, are to try several acre...

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. — 19 April 1905

_ - --__W IF YOU WISHT VOTEIN TH E CONTEST CKE SE T F IKArlSEN TIEL=1URNAL ~OL Entered April 28, 1908 at Pickens, . C., as second lass matir, under aYt of Co1g e of, 1 9. OL XXXIV - ~~~~~PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDEDV PI 1,10-N.4 LETTER FROM TEXAS. "Rover," a Former Correspon dent Writes Again. 118 FRIENDS WELCOME HIM. Pays a Compliment to The Paper and to "Uncle Zek." - Crosby, Texas, Aptil 120h, 1905. -Dear SentinelJournal You know the old song about "The ciat's come back again ;") well it's the dog this time. The old dog "Ro ver"'' that used to visit the c flices of' the Sentina''l and tic J<,ur'iIl quite often. But that tihs been so nny years ago that ho vill nut nieition their it umber, for ie is till an old "batch," and if ho was to take a notion t6 marry in his old age, all thO girls might think he was too old. In the olden days, the Sentinel and the Journal occupied different households; but now, since they have wiarriod aund beceiu ono, a sitigle visit only will bo nece...

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. — 19 April 1905

And s day in t jam Jull selecti.o1 And pr your pu the best in the I from Co of nume this sect OUT 01 eration. stock. DRESS 0 Its a pleasure to lo mering Silks-every kin( 20 inch all silk taffeta, in< 36 inch Black Tafieta, ev( Special yard wide $1.29 1 20 inch Cream Wash Si!n 27 inch Cream Wash Silk 50c Colored Corded Wasl . BLACK 36 inch Panama cloth, per 36 inch i8 Twill Hen riett: 44 inch Melrose for skirts 42 inch Cheviot Serge, sp 46 inch Silk finish Henriel 56 inch Panama Cloth, 46 inch French Voil, Aeol 40 inch Mohair special, COME TO C;REEI-N to lay in your spring supp . it on less money if you tri A HEARTY WELCO 2UBMSHE~iD EVERY wElDN4IsDAY MOIMo. -BY The Bentinel-JouLrnal Company. TJIoMrsoN & BIcHrEY. Pno~s. J. La. 0. T H O'M PSoN, Eniron. Subscript ion $1.00 Per Anunm. A4dvert isin~g Re tes Reasonable. Ilitered at Pickens P'ostonilce as second Clash Mai Matter PZIKENS, S. C. 2 - Wedn~esday. AprIl 19, 1905. '1 Lbe best plan of farming is to raise a vaiety of (crops)...

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. — 19 April 1905

Stand and Swingin'g-is Cl is guaranteed not to exp able for dining room, o prices to churlies. ICAM Mal~vira Cream, Magynol Cream, Frecmnan's 1010o0 Gossomer Powder, ColgAti an11d mIny other TOIL!"TREQIJI" IrO So wNell iov "i to VpS I1hvo t~lom ill. Sp: ei.d -' for 2t 0,nts. ( PICKENS DR Agents For M:I1oIllas oI a Local and $.'s3lu R-lk-IN -K Up oureyOe oni or dv r ii:ng -Some of our early gardene rs are low eatilg risithes anid lettuee. --There will bo an nbundan(,L'o 1f >cautifuil fowers for E'mdter decora I ios) this year. -The school children aro looking orward witi happy a iticipatioln to heir sumner vacat'on. -H. C. Looper has accepted a iositiun with Barr'u dry good where ;c will be pleased to sez vo hii friendi. -I u4 very hard fur a womant to iko herself belive that hor boy's chool teacheLr isn't j iaton.s of hi6 rains. --Nearly every day a few bales of ot.tIon aro brought to the rnarket hel. price of the tapie dotIs n1ot hane much. --Fo:e d.>nvii the country aro go r...

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. — 19 April 1905

Conducted by. the Farm Short and Timely Articles that will I Reowived, and aro Solicited for i On any Phase or Subjeot of THE FARMERS' EDUCATIONAL and CO-OPERATIVE UNION of AMERICA. Conduct. d by J. C. Stribling. Communications intondeil for this depat ilment should be addrescd to J. 0. Stribling, Pendleton, S. . The Only Way to Do It, Farmern . nre - ou thinking of the time when wo will be able to con trol our cotton ? If so, it will never come until we are able to C ntrol ourwelve-s, and our affairs at houn. We must ktart this grand c sopera tion plan atnd concert of notion a0 home, co-operating vith cow, hog.s, horses, poultry and our families by making more food crops. Tlis i beyond doubt (ie ono fundamen. tal principle that under-lies the whole thiiig; tl is tLe great bIA wark and firtificati-n that overy cotton .v mst make for him 6and stand behind it if he Ox I pects to Will the Iglt. Tbo cot ton grower that has plent y of every thing on hand tlit Is farm Will grow can liaugh...

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. — 26 April 1905

S SUBS IB IF YOU WISH TO VOT0E IN TH N7 I K T-E C IS SE IE Eutered April 23, 1903 at Pickens, S. 0., as second class watter, under act of CoIngreAs of March 3, 1879. VOL XXXIV PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26 1905. NO.S Dispensary or Prohibition? Mr. Editor: In 1892 I wO elected to the legislature the fir' time, nd in the primary elootlo of that year the question of pro hibition was submitted to the pe< plO, and the majority of the vot< oust in the State showed that pet ple were in favor of prohibition When the General Assembly me in Novembe-r after that electin tho logislature passed a prohibi tion bili such as the prohibition ists of the house thought the peo ple wanted, and sent it to (he Sen ate for their consideration. The Senate held that bill until a few days before the adjournmenti of the body, and sent to the houtn the dispensary law as a sul.stitute, The prohibitionists of the house supported the bill, as it was a long stride towards prohibition com pared...

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. — 26 April 1905

And - day int jani full selectiO: Alld p l your P1 the best in the I fromn C( of .1111l11 T his sec OUTO0. er-ation. Stock. DRESS Its a pleasure to miering Silks-every kii 20 inch all silk taffeta, ii 36 i *nch Black Tafieta, ce Special yard wide$1.25 20 inIch Cream \Vash Si 27 inch Cream Wash Si 50c Colored Corded Wa BLAO: 36 inch Panama doth, pi 36 inch 18 Twill Hlenrie 44 inch Melrose for ski 42 inc6 Cheviot Serge, 46 inch Silk finish Henri 56 inch Parinms, Cloth, 46 inch French Voil, Ae 40 inch Moihair special, COME TO GREE" to lay in yur spring su it ong less money if youi A HEARTY WELCC The0eninch-ouralsk tampany. --6J L.nOHMPlON, ETon.t, bScrpcial 1.00 Per Annum. 27eeda Pic P~Cre ash ClSi PICKENlore. Cordd W 3eineay Anaia 2lth,0. The inuch eirng fod schoir com 2 tonachs CevioSt r ngh, - and wh iehv Silkan fin Het, soe 6l siintoih ian th, ai 46erisnh cFming. Voie wer Wwato alk in you aboungthe t on less onetudy it At1 o'clEA andtos wohav the ffe t nhich theyla weremaie. Thesov...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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