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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 26 April 1905

_816bd and Swinglad-e-is Io guaranteed no to e nble for dining room,. prices to churches. - to 'U(JNNLLT'5 CAN 00 ets per1 p1tad win the .Admiration ut ani Mialvius ..ream, bliignc Fae Ckeam, Freeman's - Face Gossomer Powder, Colgat and many other TOILET . REQUlIA are so well knowni .%8 to havo them all; Special for 24 cents. PICKENSDRI Agents For {ilaDelllls of a Local and Personal Nature -Saturday, April 29, is when the contebt closes. -Our congratulations to tho win tier in the conttet. -Be sure and mail your coupons not later than April the 29th. -Standard gradp checks at. Carters Liberty for only 4o a yard. Think of it. --cduce or nut reduce the cot-ton aReavge is the absorbing question of the hbur. - Scarcity of farm labor i. comt plained of in many sections -if t-he country. .-Farmers are busy plantitig corn and distributing fertilizers for the "al mighty cotton." on ieet knows 1, but he never ._ations at the Methodit and Baptist churches in Pickens were very pretty indeed. -...

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. — 26 April 1905

Con dacted' by the Far ff Short and Timoly Articles that will 1 Roooved, and are Solicited for On any Phase or Subjoot oc TIE FARMERS' EDUCATIONAL and CO-OPERATIVE UNION of AMERICA. Conducte-d by J. C. Stribling. Coninunications inteided for this dopm t ment khould bt aitddresed to J. C. Stribling, Pendleton, S. Three Best in Five in Favor of the Cotton Growers. We dol our hat to the cotton growers. You iemember that when the big drop in cotton caine last fall Thoodoro Price as well as iany other boars said they would get. the balance of thj crop around live o.nts and the farmers said they wanled 9.50 or 10 cents lit ports, who won? The growe.r has averaged a little over three of tho fivo Cants at stake between the giowor and the speculator, This places the farmor on record as winning the game against tremendous odds. The farmers organizitions are in their infancy. It is hardly ro ekoned as being avything like thoroughly organized, while the cotton bears have been at it and thorough...

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. — 3 May 1905

'.~ 2v d4 1111 PICENS SENTiNE=OiNL 4' E, utored April 28, 1908 at Pick'uB Q3 , Re scond CIRO" matter, udor act Of Cougre8s of Mrh8 89 VOL XXXI1v PICKEINSt SOUTH CAROLINA9 WEDNE3SDAYMY3 95N~.9 CATEECHEE LETTER. "B" Stands for Compu sory Education. 1IS- POINTS WELL TAKEN, General News Notes About People and Thigs. Writing without a subject is like a preacher trying to preach without a text, it is hard work and then nothing saidf at last. How ever, we have a kind of ?hanker ing'' for nlewspaper work and we caiJ't help "skiening our ignor 11110' every now and then. Speakig of ignorauce brings to our mind something of great imporitarnco. How many parente are d war fing the usef uluess of theit children by neglecting to educato themn' and by so doing aro causing the jails to ho filled with c.iimi nals and hell with sinners? Pa rents, do you know or do you care anything about the responsibility that rests upon you in regard as to how you raise your children? We are taught that the parents'...

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. — 3 May 1905

.. .__..._ __.._ _ ..... The Sentinel-oina10Q0mpany. TaomsoN & RWlMluir PBors. J. b. o. THQMPsoN, EmTonR. Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. A4vertisiug BUites Reasonabl. Sntore4 at PIckens Posto1ee as second olar HMn Matter PICKENS, S. 0. t Wedniesday, May 8, 1905. Russia has nerve in burn. She eat, talk bigger after 'a licking than anv nation on earth. ir. Carnegie's determination t( give only to small colleges will natur ally rpake the big colleges feel sinall It must be humiliating to No%% York to tako up the cry for "munici pal ownership" as an echo from Chicago. John Oliver Hobbes, the womar novelist says that women are not beautiful. She ought to come here and look around. can we get pure milkt" asks the Philadelphia Bulletin. Cutting of the water supply, we believe would help a whole heap. "Was Lincoln a great man?" asks the Columbia (S. C.) State. He must have been as all the political parties claim to be his followers. Of courso if Secretary Taft is un. decided on any impor...

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. — 3 May 1905

a Wat Come in m help enjoy it. It ~ health authorities soda water, if e with it is perfectl to health, and a pr We do all we thing perfectly COME, and if pleased we have .PCKENS DR lavDeninas o! a Local aid Personal Nature -For bargains in shoes see Carter at Liberty --.Report ofrthe Prators singing is crowded out this week. -Born on the 25th tilt. to Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Yoang, a son. -Born on the 21st ilt. to Mr. and Mrs. W. W. T. Nally, a son. --See change of ad of Craig Bros. and Pickens Drug Co., in this issue. -Miss Myrtio Holder visited the lisses G!azenors of Eul, y last Sun day. -Magistrate C. G. Rowland, of Central, was in Pickens Tuesday on busines. -A vice time was had and ' good crow d attended the singing at Cedar Rock last Sunday. -Quite a nica time was bad at the ild at Enon last lay. old rather owe you a b>i1l a hundred years that put. you to the trouble of collecting it. -Quite a little crowd of people have been in town the past few days, and our mer chants report...

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. — 3 May 1905

..... ...* Conducted by the Fam Short and Tfnoely Articles that will 1 nooemved, and are Solicited for On any Phase or Subjoot ol COTTON BAGS SHOULD BE USED. South Carolina Division of the South ern Cotton Association Takes up Mr. Wagener's Suggestion. Tlio officers of the South Caro - lina division of the Southern Cot ton AssociationIl have taken up the Ifmovement, started by the Southern Wholesale Grocors, to push the uso of bags or sacks made of cot ton. This matter is presentod in another column of thi3 paper. The idea is to cArry out in a practical way one of the propO3ltioIs On whioh tho Southern Cotton Asso ciation was founded-to increase the market for cotton goods, as well as to reduce the acreage used in production of cotton. While some want to create a greater de mand for cotton goods in the orient to supplant the costly silks. the practical business men of the wholosale grocers' association have seen an opportunity to declare that the market can be expanded right hero 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. — 31 May 1905

THE PICKNS SE IN 30Y Entered April f3, 1903 st Pickens, S. 0., as second class matter, under act of Congress of March 8, 1879. VOLXXXV PICKEN5, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY MAY 31 1905 - SUPT. 0 B. MARTIN1I Address to Graduatiu Class Friday Night. "INCREASING PURPOSE HIS SUBJECT-A GOOD ONI The Thoughtful Argumeint Wi] Bear Fruit in the Years to Come. ............... INCREASING PURPOSE. In that beautiful poem of Teiny son's, Locksloy ,Hall, there appear these words: "Yet I doubt not through the ages one incre ing purpose rtins, And the thoughts of men are widened with th process of the sons." The history of the race is reflectet in the life of the race. 'The mai ,with the purpose is the man wla achieves the results. Thousandi drift with the tide. Few are lead era. On circus day the man going in the opposite diretion is thi man who has an eye fixed ol bus. ness different from the crowd. 'T'le boy who has a fixed purpose evOI though it be in the small matteri of boys gaines and work is I ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 31 May 1905

I 0 4DaWD MBTEY WEDNESDAY MORNING. -BY The Gentinel-Journal Company. TROMPsON & licHir, PRoPs. J -. . 0. 'HOMPSON, EDITOR. uJbscription $1.00PerAnnum, lvortislng Rates Reasonable. vutred at Piekens PostofUee as Second Utass Mall Matter PICKENS, S. C.: Wednesday, May 81, 1901. AN APOLOGY. We do not hike to make apoligies for thile paper's short comings, bust in this instance we think it necessary. For the past two weeks thO editor and some member of his family havc been sick, and he could not give anliee matters his attention. Thtjn, again, our machinery broke (own, our gaso line engine just couldn't move, caus Ing tronsidernWe delay in presswork. However, we have an expert machin iEt at work on the engine at the tine this apology is being put in type, and 'Ne hope to bavo everything running smoothly by the next issue. Attention, Old Soldiers and All. The Pickens chapter, U. D. 0. re s'pectively invite the public to attend the old soldiers' picnic and reunion on the third of June...

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. — 31 May 1905

yse d a~y t..,ordial is a troubles. 'Tis so pleasant it. Large bottle, 25 cents Sun Ciolera Mixture it Per bottle 25 cents. WE sell candies iI boxes. Prices 1 $1.20 for boxes. And mede by at 60 cents per pound. .,P ickens I HiluDDIS O a Local anu Personal Nat rf -Bruce Bogge, of Clt um. on ollege was in Pickens Friday. - Miss Helen Carey, of Seneca, is visiting Miss Floride Carev. -Mrs. 0. W. Sheeley, of Colum bia, ia on a visit to th o family of Sheriff Jennings. -!-Rev. J. R. 1,qenecao preached a helpful Ar4.., at the Baptist churcb Saturday ovening. --Miss Mamie Cochran, of C0 houn, spent a portion of last w( K with the family of Clerk of Court A. John Boggs. ---Jesse Jennings, who is now en gineer on the Charleston division of the Southern Railway, is visiting his --? .Sheriff and Mrs. J. C. Jet. do ant hmua V1 ad in this paper and give him a call. --Hon. Julius E. Boggs is in great. dlemand at the commzencomouat exer Cises oIschools anid college.s thrQugh ont the State. H-e has...

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. — 31 May 1905

A FIRE OF ABC On Ma one of the I burned, anld geat 'deal o: means a Sac * building wi] >4It is i V..you come.C th sale, the goc J, be proiut fro ie ntyi-o ~itor tsows and forty-three Iamb1hs l'romi twenty -lyve ewesCI. On the othluual11, we knioWr of aniotlher fairm hrel l~h'l :1 ltiy-lbree p~ig:1 werei prioduilt fromi I went-i 8!x sowsI andi this~11 inaked diift'rece wasi diirctly' traceable to caire an td feed andiu not to breed. North anid Southx Dakota farmers are gradually dl.acoverinig the imaportat fact that through mutch 01' hothi sta tes alfalfa canl be very suiccessfuilly gr*own, a fact w~hiieh will add to thet produie tive value of eachl nereC whereon it. enn be grown not less than $i30, for whier ever a lfailfa can he success 'ull y grotwni it will p~roduice year after year a not return which will easily pay 10 per cent on a v'aluattion of $100 per acre. Every Dakota farmer should try al falfa. T1he use of the new harrow earts4 whiercon the diriver can ruile is comt m...

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. — 7 June 1905

HE PICKE S SENINELJOURNAA Butsred April 23, 1908 at Pickens, B. 0., as second class matter, uuder'act of Congress of March 8, 1879. VOL XXXV PiCKN5, SOUTH CAROLINA WEDNESDAY05 N2 U1ST INTERN SHIPS OR LEAVE HARBOR Is Instructions Sent Rqgarling Russians At Manila. M1USAN FLEET AT HONG KONG Overhauling Merohantment Near that Port--News from Mancniria Is to the Effect that he Armies Are Hav ing Small Skirmishes. Washington, June 5.-Becretary Taft this moriing will cable General Wright at Manila to .inform Admiral Unquist that in strict pursuance of the international policy adopted by this government he will be allowed o in tern his ships the Aurora, Oleg and Jemtchug at Manila. In case he does not adopt this course, his only alterna tive, after the period allowed by inter national law has passed will be to put to sea. It is fully expected here that Admiral EDnquist will decide to intern is ships and orders have been issued for Admiral Train to take charge of the details of internment i...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 7 June 1905

.'X ED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING. -BY he Sontinel-journal company. YHOMisoN & RiciHuy, Pitors. J 1. 0. THOMPSON, F)Ton. Subsoription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rites ReaiIsonable. Eutered at Plckens Postomfice as Secoid Clas Mall Matter PICKENS, S. 0.t Wednesday, May 31, 1905. 8Summon01S For Relieh . Stito of South Carolina, County of Pickens. In Connon Ples Courl G. 1R. Hendricks, ngainst. P. M. McKee, G. W. Durham anld 1). E. leudricks, To the Defondants abovo named: You are Hereby Suinnmed and re Attirod to answer the colphiunt in (Ilin action, of which a copy I i bewillh Served 111)011 you, niid to .tev( a (p) oif N m)r answer to th svi complidn! oil Ill. liscibor-S at t~heir office aLI l'ivkw., o 11., S. (., wilhin twnty 6l1yt4r the servicot hore-of, exotnwive I f wi day ( f snell Herviie; Iana if yon11, Mil . the comlphrlint withill tirlno afo e:-nlill the hiitiff i)WN netioll wii alpply (o the (ourt 1 y791. relief dem 1 d ii111 Dated Nhky 13th, A. D., 1905. 81 11AIt A. J....

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. — 7 June 1905

D~e~1n~ ~t aLocal ~inll PersoneUaue -Dr. G D. Ourot un, of Greers, Hinit stundaYiu jfjekI11. -Don't fail to read tho atdvertiso. '."atsof jlobbs-Heniderson.Co. --PlouCy of ponus at $1 00 por bush. l at Craig Bros., PickensH, S. C. 2t. -Mak 'W. (luiitt and wife, of Co. ui.ubia, are spendinig a few weeks in -! .at his Croadl inerleave -(! dy inginlg 0010loy churcI next, Sudi cerybody invited. -Guy MlciaLPul and W. 1. Mauldmn u at Clemson thi.sl welk attondiu'g 0 c011ommecernen1t. -A. ]. Tl'lIIv, 81r., /ex coUtly e a seiWOner Of Pliens coi. s y' died 1t a holno at Mltri(tt day. --Mar3 Maelil, ('lughtor of Adiin .Imsoll, died Fri-hty 111in"d;n --Prof. W. V D.l-d i I." d it., thi r l mht.uj, til i k,. 1. F. 1Jckely to Mia let (t ( : i. C1 )JA t, . ~ ~ , , I MLU ;uij It 1 p *.t" v*~'I' %~ - d I. - A4rt- . G1L'u V i at., i .i n u a bas bcon briLg..g onw ] ti chit.i to PickeniMid rariy <hsp.ing a the it reasoliablu prieCid. -Miss VesalAshinIIe4 i vting relativos .und frienids Ceu Uetid. ...

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. — 7 June 1905

OF A BC On Ma~ one of the li burned, and great deal ol means a Sac] building wil THE GI It18sI you come tb sale, the g~o it I. ARBITRATION NOW On Outcome of Negotiations Do S pentd Settlement of Strike. ' NON-UiNION .DRIVER ."SLUGED.' if Arbitration Negotiations Bears Ni SFrucit for Peace There Will Be 10, 000 Mote Teamsters Called Out anm More M1~en Forced into idleness. Chicago, June 5.-Developmients 0 the utmost signiileance in the teamu Isters' strike hinge on the outcomO -u arbitration negotiatins beween thi owners and the teang.ers with Ia th -next few days. Botai sides are in a aggressive mood, and falluzie to rcac an agreement, it is predicted, wil force a walk out of ".00 Oin ore tearn srsadbring idle1.Es3 to thiousanid: members of the Chicago Team O'wn era association force the issue witi their drivers similar action on im part of oher teaming or-ganizations, i1 is said, ia practically certain. SIf the teamsters agree to arbitrate the question of the right of the tean owne...

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. — 14 June 1905

IL%~ A. y A TE PNIS SE I E J0 R _utored Airil 23, 1903 at Piekons, f. 0., as socoud olnes matter, undor act of Coigro of arc h , 1879. OLXXXVICKN SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14, 1905. AUItt IU UUNSIUtN TERMS OF PEACE apanese and Russians,.Accopt Roosevelt's Suggestion. END OF WAR ALMOST ASSURED Germans and Englishmen Are Pleased and the Way President Roosevelt Has Conducted Negotiations and Will Give Him Their Support. TOliO, June 10.-Japan has agreed to President Roosevelt's suggestion to appoint plenipotentiaries to meet Rus. slan planipotentiaries. -St. PETERSBURG, June 10.--it wat stated at the foreign office this after. noon that Russia is ready to appoint representatIves to hear the Japanese proposals on being informkd thatjhe ,Japanese are now n9minatinf'reprosen tatives for this purpose. New York, June 10-9:05 a. m.-lhe Associated Press has definito kvi edge that both the Rissian nd Japa mpbe governments hav4*a~cep d Pres ! ent Roosevelt's suggeaon dt that CZAR AND CZARI...

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. — 14 June 1905

"o. 1 0 niloted At 0030 P6 Ml60 Wed ifdy. Junte 14, 19 L et the Light Shinie on Both We find the following', I 'V -Jton the editorigt -00 n1Au s.tlev progess4ofi HAEWE BDlRN'i e tew month sine te of 80t4 Carolina waAded woith gnts of the Farme, 0 uai *~~~~~~ igFtitu ofteFre' ~ ational i o operative Union of Amer a' sdcret organization having its origin tnd headquarters in the State of Texas. The farmers were told by these agents that this or niizstion , was flourishing .in Texas, that it had over one hun. did thousand members in that State of the best and most trust *orthy.citizens,- and that it was going to revolutionize the farming Abieiness by making the farmer the supreme dictator of his own busi ness when it came to disposing of his crop, purchasing supplies, etc. A groat many people were thus in. duced to pay over one dollar as an initiating fee. The agent thon gave them in exchange a few grips, eigns, and pass words, quietly fold ed up from fifteen to fifty dollars and left o...

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. — 14 June 1905

Miss Jennie Green, of Easloy, rids in Pickens this week. rn unto Mr. and Mr. C. I A e opder, on the 10th Inst., a gr. -A. J, Booga ntf & 11e1i 4spent F port*6 4f list veek aOA boun. y --Capt. J. T.,- Tayloi left Monday for a business trip to Western north *Carolina. -Miss Florence' owon , left last week for a visit-to frhinds in Lausrens and Greenville. -J. .3rown;. ianager of the Piokenp.. 6il Mill, is spending this week at/Elowry BranoTi, Ga. ---Syt. of Education It. T. Ial. Wm has been quite sick, but., is able tobe'at his post again. -1%lrs. E. B. Webb, who has boon on a vislt to her parents in Clarks. Ville, Oa., has returned home. -Miss (ora Bowen has returned home from a visit to relatives and friends at Central and Liierty. -Misses Ina and Maka .Bogg -, daughtern of Cleft of Court A. John Boggs, speut last week with, relatives at Calhoun. -Rev. D. W. Hiott filled his reg. ular appointment at- the Pickens -Baptist church Sunday night, preach. ing an excellent sermon. -Mrs...

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. — 14 June 1905

A FIRE OFA BC Onl May one~ of the h burned, and great deal of means a Saci building wiil i It is u you come th sale, the gO() TELEPHON-E COMPAiNES TO M'ET' Members of independent Lines To Gatheri in) Chicago. C.~hicago, June 1 0.--The annual inter1 tioni which is the organ iza.thon of in depen~ldent telephonle compales of the country, takes place in this city June 20, 31 aind 22. The convention will he a dlelegate body of 400 to 500) members, augment ed by the leading spirit s in the pro inoting and fiancial tilds of in depen. dent telephony. The purpose of the organizat Ion is to effet among the various indiepenl dent Interests a closer andi more muii tant organiizationt for succeessful inet. lng oppositlin. The si tuation in the United S'tates, according to govern ment representatives and1( other thor ities show the ineenet to have 2,500,000 telephones and irgestedi cap. Ital of $250,000,000, as against 1.,S00, 000 other telephones and Invested cap. ital of $400.000,0010. Casket F...

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. — 21 June 1905

TlE PICKENS SE NTINELJUR Eutered April 23, 1903 at Pickous, S. 0., ea second class matter, under act of Congress of March 8 1879. VOL XXXV PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21, 1905. NO4 BOILER EXPLODES IN NEW YORK CITY Banks of Hudson Covered With Shower of Steel. TWO KILLED; SEVERAL INJURED The Injured, Which Numbers Upward of Twenty, Some Seriously, Were Taken to Hospital-Police Are Inves tigating Cause of Explosion. New York, Juno 19.-'wo deaths have already resulted from the show. er of shattered steel and clouds of steam Ailch followed the boller explo sion near the banks of the Hudson river on the upper west side yesterday. Tle victinus are: Joseph Morgan, negro, a fireman, whose death resulted fron scalds. Frank iMarone, 18 years old. Marone, with three companions, was swimming in the Hudson when the shower of debris fell over the water. He was not seen again, and the police who have investigged the case say it is certain that he was struck by a flying missle and inst...

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. — 21 June 1905

PUDTBsH5D RVERY wJEDNUSDAY MORNINO. ---BY The Sontinol-3ouraal Company. TuoMusoN & PixoHEY, Paors. J. L. O. TIHOMI'SON, EDITOR. aubsoriphon $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rates Reasonaable. -utered at Pickeus Postofico as Second Class Mail Matter PICKENS, S. C.: Wednesday, June 21, 1905. Not a One-Crop Country. We know a farmer in Anderson county-by his own request we do not uso use hi lii name -who had a pul.p kin pie for dinner one day last week. On the saum tablo was a dish of squashes. The pumpkin and the squawh bo. long to the saie Vegetable famiily. The pumpkins, grown last year, had beeU kept though the wiNter, ati webre sound and wholesomo when the squashes came in. Oi this same tablo was a dish of apples for desert, Part of thei wore wibter alpples, plump an d red and ro sy, and the rest wero Ju1n0 apples; just plucked from the frees. This same farmer will havo hams and shoulders and lard of his own raising when he kills his hogs this fall. This is what may be called good...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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