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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 30 July 1903

LIX b ,ViRY ,T]UI1IDAY BKORNINO BY enolne147ournal Company. & uIi"Aptim $1.n - dverisinig Rites IReasonable it&r - ickje P,ooice as Second Clart Man1 Mlatter PICKENS, S. C.: Thursday, Jnly 30, 1903. Notico. On April ist, 1903, I sold my ontir< interest in the People's Journal, th paper and subscription books, to J L. 0. Thompson, who has sinco con solidated the Journal with the Senti nol. Since April 1st, 1903, I have had no connection wntevor with th paper, and all persons having busi Does thorowith, will receivo more prompt attention by addressing their communications direct to J. L. 0. Thompson or to W. L. Mathony, tboroby saving the delay incident tc the mistaken address. Respectfully, T. J. Mauldin. IAoV.oHLEYWAItD IN PICKENS. An Educational Rally will be held at Pickens on Frid ay, August 14th. Gov. Heyward will be present, as vill State Suplintendent of Educa. tion, 0. B. Martin, and Goorge Cromer, presidont of Newberry col. loge. Each one vill mako an ad dress alo...

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. — 30 July 1903

S Nature. N %.gio siok. -J. T. Iarmon, of Beaufort, Vas hor on business last week. -I have four nice milch cows for sa111. J. D. Holder, Pickens, S. 0. ---crklshire pigs for sale. Ivy B1. Mlauldin, Pickens, S. C. 2w. --Dr. WV. F. Austin, dentist, will bo in Eailey August 4th and 5th. -Clarence, the little son of D. F. Paco, is quito si-k with typhoid fever. -Don't fail to iec the chango in the Littlo Beo Hivo'u ad. They offer bargains -Miss Stella Harris, of Pickons, is visiting Miss Mary Dagnill, at Fountain Inn. -Mr. and Mrs. A. R. N. Folger, of Gafihey, visited relatives in Pick ons last week. -L. S. Grandy, wire and children, or Gr(sonville, visited relatives in Pickens last week. -Elijah Gilstrap, a good citizen or Alpharetta, Ga., is on a visit to rela. tivos in this county. -Savo your forago with tho up-to dato Plano Mower and Rake. R. 0. Carter, Liberty, agent. --Willio Mauldin, son of E. E. Mauldin, who is in Greenville, visited relatives here this week. -A. J. Walker, a su...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 30 July 1903

ucar. - es are the rule 'fonA, says I.E 'Nw Yorker In , hc. .Vs and whys v 6tof those are as fol 1 L 000eis necessary to cut 0 let It be dono decently. n bdeg k a branch there Is a 4 ong way.to do it. In the lfr~0 We see where a cut has been 4 inch above the last bud WRONG AND BIGHT OUTTING. lft&o make the growth (A) and also another one mado properly, at It. The wood will die back to the la1st living bud',in every case, and a dead snag Is surp to result if that bud or branch is no at the extreme end. The result of t06 rat of these cuts a year later can b6 en at C. The snag shows for it self, u the other case there Is merely a a' r.. WVhen largo branches are cut hway, th~ir&should be no snags left Bo the wnads ever so short it will die back to Where the circulation of sap Is active, paqing from the roots to the leaves andaso downwaird. Where snags are leftTby the pruners they die, and kind a drie ba to heal them over. In coire of tn)e the deand parts will rot away It the new...

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. — 6 August 1903

t . V#V ~. ! ,X.- 'V ~All I (Y A li'ii I (,1N SEWP 'IR;U, Estabi1vioil 1871 p A )fJ)N 4 $ ~ C A J 3 1 S , 6 9 8 SCOTT'S EMUL.SION won't make a ump back straight, nelther will it make a short leg long, but it feeds soft bone and heals diseased bone and is a ong the few. genuine means of recovefy in rickets and bone consumption. Send for free 'miple. 1 co'r'Jr & BI~N1, Chemists, or '40.45 PeArl Street, New York. Soc. and $ oo; all druggists. MRS. MITTIE SMITH DEAD, Wife of M. J. Smith, once a Resident of Easley. Mrs. Mittio Smith, the beloved wife of M. J. Smith, formerly of Easley, but now of Valdosta, Ga., died last Thursday in Soartanburg, at the homo of Mrs. W. A. Calla. ham, a sister of the deceased. Her remains were lad t- rest in Oak wood cometery on Friday, the fu neral olsequies being conducted by the Rev. W. P. Smith. A 'husband, two sons, Charles and Bluford Smith, and a little daughter are left to nourn the loss 'Of a tender wife and mother. Mrs. Smith was well and fav...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 6 August 1903

'10ntha1Z14OulrL1at.ompany. TUOMPSON N1IMY, PROPs. J. 11. 0. 'rHOIMPSOF,'FIrroit. ibsoription $1.00 'Per Annum. Advesrtii gates Reasonable. red at Pluceki 4M eriteo as Socond OlasS F NPKENSt S. C. . Tifir6dy, Aug. 6, 1908. SNAP SHOTS. r ms of interest and Terse Comment. 'he race suicide question has re jved'itself into a race war. it is never too late to mend, but no wives find it too much trouble. Some more fools are planning to earth the buried treasures of Cap. in Kidd. With the assistance of the family iysician Now York's 400 hae some. hat increased of late. The tramp fraternity is just now ;Aunning Kansas as if the land wore mficted with a pestilence. If you want to get the beat of a oman in an argument just intimate 0at her hat is not on straight, Western editor declares that all & the babies are born at night now n order to find some one at home. *If Cuba wants a loan of $85,000,. 100, we might. as well buy the Plamed island and be through with it. woo We admire the sagac...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 6 August 1903

iappclnllnga o a Local and rolai lid'are. --o oe to Piokens August 151t .-Either we got bad habits or thy get S. -Grand educItionaIl rally in Pick otps August 15thi. _Miss (Cora ilowenl is visiting il Greenville this week. -A cheiap politician is a dear in vostment for the people. --Gov. lloyward will b in Pick. ens Saturday, August 15th. --I have four nice milch cows for sale.g. D. Holder, Pickeus, S. C. -A 'woman regards I secret as something that isn't worth keeping. -Miss Bessie Bryan, of Green. ville, visited relatives in Pickens last * woek. -Miss Mamie Leo Gilreath, of Greenville, is visiting Mrs. E. A. G*iireath. -Dr. J. C. Walkor, dentist, will be in his office in l'ickens August 110tu and 12th1. -Always aim a little higher than the mark- -if the mark is a dimple in hor chin. --August 15th will bo a day long remombored by those who sponI it in Pickens. -Mirs. K. L. Cureton is teaching the Ambler school and has a good attendance. --Some business men take theil troubles home ...

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. — 6 August 1903

A 4DWO9D SEAUTY. ity lftrUep "fthe Ird 'oot Yheletdta X n JadetPre Wh ite. Th violet faiIy'e full of ealiaiing urtipr.tises. 11) the 'onmoi bird's foot t Viola pedita, We find11 delightful nriations. Tb h fd's foot violet is one pt Iho tilomentof-he violet familly. It l widtly 1pi,;ri over the Aflanile. voat territory of the United States, Its right . l owers being am11ong.th arlIest(. t welcomie the ldventt of pr-igiv. The-antmixed engraving Is from, hot.o mado il Florida, where thIis No-)ety Is so remarkably vigorotpe that iomettines styled "variety mag \ ry common lit Virginia and found al so sutithward Is a form culled in the I - 1I A i ItD*8 FOoT VIOLET, VIOLA PIDATA. abooks. Viola pedata var. bi ltolo, ihat has thoetwo upper petils of etly plum color, as$ if it were a ud1 ai of lwansy. Indeed, It is often as the pan1y violet. nVPOdIltI en t from Yadkin valley, tGa llina, says: "Have you ever a pure white Viola peldiita? I oimi Hpev4rerl plants a few days ago 1 g* 'v inI it gro...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 13 August 1903

Come~~Hewar Supt Martinnal and* PASt d nt C - EH PICKENS SEII N Entered A pril 211, 10 at Pickensi H. (J., afs second class moatter,'ur ato ogeso ae3 89 PICKENS,.S. C., A8UGU 1. c1OL.X X1b ..' N O 1 2 JMU )so4. ~~~~~~~I --ENL -81e~~ii89~i o ogoaf~oo~8 89- O. We like best to call SCOTT'S EMULSION a food because it stands soem - )phlitcally for perfect nutrition. 0 Aul yt inl the iatter of restor 0 ig appelite, (if giving new a uI:tih o the tissues, especially to the nIrves, its action is that of a mledicine,. 0 n . for free atmple. ( s((TLT & ;OW N HC, Chenists, + o415 eIrl mAt !t, New York. SeC- n1M oo, all druggists. Greenville's Water Supply. For stvoral woomks past, many (hlmiging reports havo been cirdu T laletl coneorning tile wator firi3isi 4(1 Greenvil'e by the Paris Moun tain Water Companiy. 'I he mallttor Iras b) een takgnl up: by th I boardi of health alid, al'ter a mootini hold, .0l'aCtillow ing 'solu il o was miin imously alopt<-d . '-111 vilw of recenlt. mlislear...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 13 August 1903

KruliSanP uit nrIUMnwAr ?4o1n"s. The Sentinel-Journal Company. .T'oJH)oN & R1iiiY, P0s. J. h. 0. 'PI 1'SON, EDtToR. S1ubscriptiol $1.00 Per Anuum. Advertisinig I ties Rea.sonable. F.nttered at Pilel' Poutolace as Second Class Mail Matter . PICKENS, S. C.: Thursday, Aug. 13, 1903. PiIcens now has one of the best bainds in the l) country. Eveiry trustee, overy teaclor, every citize1 is expected ill Pickons Satrti <bty. ________________ A fow more diblionest postal ofli cials ha1vo beeln( ousted. In timeo we ialy get rid of lio whole pack. Pickens (Corn'et Band lats been practicing faithfully for severatl muonths and will imake its first public appeatranc('e Saturday. .ty-r'ho exercises Saturday will be onlivelled with martial airs by the Pickei Cornet Band. Lot every body coie, bring well stuffed baskets and enjoy yourselves. Gov. Hoyward, Supt. Martin and President. Oromer will have some. thing interesting and helpful for overy citizen of the county. Como out Saturday and hoar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 13 August 1903

Happenings o1 a Local and Personal Nature. - Como to Pickens August 15th. -Grand educational rally in Pick ons August 15th. - Goveltnor Heyward speaks in Pickois August 15t. - t -Dr. A. B. Wardlaw, d(jntist, is in Pickeit this week.1 -G0v. IHeyward will ho in' Pick. ns 8aturday, August 15t,h. -Just received a barrel best grado s-tor oil at Pickens Drug Co. -I have four nict milch cows for ;iale. J. D. Holder, Pickons, S. 0. --Irkshire pigs for t-alo. Ivy I. Mauldin, Pickens, S. 0. 2w. --August 15th will be a day long Ioed-miborod 1.y thoso i ho spend it -I 'ickens. -8. P. Breonzoalo has 'no fine ;mlarels for silo. They weigh about 1,000 eahell. --Everybody como and bring din ner and attend th educational rally il l'ickens August 15th. --Save your forago with tho u)p-to 'ito Plano Mower and Rake. Rt. C. C rter, Liberty, agent. --We want 500 dozoi eggs weekly ))(d will pay a good price for them, aado or ash. Craig Brov. ---rs. Myra Marpiree, who is 97 'alr old, is speidaling a few day...

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. — 13 August 1903

gard of Health -3111 I Passed by the House, Atlaidta; August 10.-The l.cuse yes. terday afternoon pRsso by a vote of 116 to 11 one of the tpost Important measur3 of the sts!ion, providing for the creation of a state board of health to consist of seven iembers, to be oppointed by the governor, four of whoi shall be physicians. One membor is to be the secretary at a salary of $2,000 and his duties are to be practically those of a state health offileer. This Is a substitute bill prepared iuldar thie direction of a coimittee of Georgia pyhysicians 1111(1 piproveal by Governor Terrell and Attorney Gbn oral Hart. Mr. Sliton, of Fulton, made a brief .-peech in lavor of the measure wheu 4 came up yesterdiy, callIng atten tion to the great poed for such a 1:oard, and the fact thit only three V t ates in the uiiIon-GeorgIa, Idalic aind Arizon-are now without state boards of health. Dr. liardman, of Jackson, explained the features of the bill and showed that It contemplated very littli oxpen. ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 20 August 1903

44 _P K NS SENIE _ URN Eutered April '2, 1903 at PickenA, 8. 0., as second las matter, undei act of Congress of Marh .3, 1879. I'l PICK SENT! isa: PICKES, S. C., AUGUST 20 1903. VOL. XXXIII NO, _____II -___________ES'__1_OURNA I Fe3alsii,181-? L g- S T~ !S EMiLiON msrves as a Nl- ito c.irey the veakcied and d :ym aloo iunti it can find S r pot i (:rdinary food. S lf(r fic:ztv , SCOTi'j. & 11w iN -l, Chiimis, 4o') .. l 8 , Now York. N. -,'o an (i1 amagu. AMONG OURSELVES. Alyl)o(ly that has an idea thit its a soft snap to run a ilewspaper such weather its this and itint u news whon there is nothing to writo a bout shotid undeceive thei solvts by undertaking the job for awhil. -G a ffly Ledger. Senator Tillman finds a pleasant field in Wisconsin to diCscu9 the tingro problom and is giving them hi4is usual "hot st tIf." Eight thusand paid their half-dollar a few ovenings ago to hoar him. Well could Tillman cxclaim: "What fools these mortals b,!" Dorchester Dimocrat. 'Tho Chicago pap...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 20 August 1903

nILISIE) HVEY TInUnRDAY MOitNINO. - --BY The Sontinel-Journal Company. &TilOMPsON & Ri(EWY, PROPs. . O0 TiiO.\tPSON, E-9 an. Subsoription $1.00 Per Anunm. Advertising R ,tos Reasonable Entered at Pickens PostofIce aS Second Olass Mal Matter PICK ENS, S. C.: Thursday, Aug. 20, 190:1. While in Pickenws, Governor Hoy. Vard was the guest of Col. J. E. Ila good. From 3 to 5 p. m.. was spt i by hin on the streets shaking ha1nds and chatting with the voters of tis county. It is needless to say that lie made himself solid with the boys for a second, third, and even ia fourth term in the Gubornatorial chair. When wo remembor the wave of horror that swept over the country at one of tho earlier of the negro. burnings which took plac5o a few yoars ago, and contrast it with the almost acquiescent feeling that ex ists to(ay, we can hardly help con cluding that inany of us aro the vie tims of a sad degeneration in this particular. Congressinan Landis hIas a nOw remedy for lynching. He woul...

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. — 20 August 1903

HappDongs of a Local and Personal Nature. --B. A. H-lagood is on a visit to Charleston. -A full lino of Buiits turnip seed just received at R. 0. Cartor's, Libor ,ty. Mrs . 1). orrip, who lis been quito ill for some i ino, is slowly jiff provng. -Don't fail to reai the oil mill (d. inl this isue. It cQ otains imilportant newS to you. ---rs. LJ. L. Tloriley is oil a visit. to her *ighter, Mrs. R. E. Ol.iver, at Cla.ks'ville, Tenui. -Wi'ter II. Oriflla, of Greenville, fpetJ last. we'ek N Mth his mothe'r, Mrs. APO, Florence Grif.in in Pickens. --Misses lessio and Antonia Smith, of 13etOnl, isited tie MlieSses Clayton, near Liberty last week. --pFlgolr & Thorley's store is rap icdly namg comph-tion and will be ready for occupancy by Sept. 1st. --We want, 500 dozen eggs weekly and will pay a good price for them, ltrado or (ensh. Craig Broy. -Mr. and Mrs. William 1lummer, who have been sponding some time in Pickens, left for Seneca Tuesday. -The PickOem Railroad wi!l ostab lish a join...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 20 August 1903

0a0 06. i 1i % V A strictly f1ir1st clas- up1) to ditto b'itter Riaker shild be of maturo age and have some experience and considerable dairy education, says Georgo Dunford in the Fa rmer's Advocate. le should be possessed of a good head, strong airiis and willing hands, and be honest mad u;right-- of mature age so that ho will attend strictly to business and act like a mature person shoul(!; of experience that he may avoid the mis takes often sure to overtako the inex perlenced. lie should havo consider atble dairy educaittion, that he may be able to apply the experience of others anud di$s:iInntle the necessary kvowl edge a1moi!.d him pitronis; p IossesSi of a good head, that he may do at least a - part of hih own) thinking and apply it Practtilly, as well as being competent to imanage a business requiring excep tional judgiteit litrong armas and w1 ill ing hands, tm h0 lell an(I will do the .vork thoroughly and completely; hon est and upright, that ho can and will treat all his p...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 27 August 1903

, FlE PICKENS SENiNFORN Eutored April 23, 1903 nt Pickeus, S. U., as secud clium ut i, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. V1 C1 K N S SE 8N TN E~ I,, Ixib1hIe'1 M. I " - -,-PICE,-'NS , S. C., AUGUST, 27, 1 - V X __S11mll.'i 11()I c~ i4 E . Tho ~ wiho are ralninug fiosht , ~ tha by regular tre.at ,StWs Em usion h1ou:J continuo tho treatment 1:1 lot wonther; Sr'naller dloso 11r-l alitxtl cool milk with it will C a) with ansy objection which Is attachod to fatty pro clucts during tho hoated SeSi. r frce rmnple. SIi'T & nOWNE, Chemists, 49-41 Plii Strect New York. 5C. amld I. a.o ; all druggist. CAPTURED HIS CAPTOR. Ile Tranlferred tho 1at-kles to 11h0 Sieela hig Omicr, Stole H1i Weapon an1d Laft. Cheyenne, Wyo., Spocial.-Al bert Ecklund, alias Georgo Jolin 011, who was captured at Rawlins and was being taken back to Chi.. eago to answer t> the chargo of graid larceny, effected a rnmark ab1lo escape from Detectivo Wil liai Mlarsdon. Marsden left Raw liis Tuesday iiilght witI...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 27 August 1903

2 ?ic~ou ~eiit1 4 oin1 PUjirLiiED VERIY THURSDAY MORNINO. Tho Sontinel-Journal Company. TmonsoN & RicuEY, Puois. J. Is. 0. kiOMPSON, EuI-ron. Subscription $1.00 Per Aunum. Advertising Rates Reasonable. ntered at Pickens PIlostofluce al Second Cass Mal Matter PICKENS, S. C. : Thursday, Aug. 27, 1903. The navy has been indu Iging in another series of Lloodless battles, and the dear boys are all victors. Judged by the substantial rewards offered him, the world loves a prizo fighter better than it does a proach e r. "Russia's fleet alarms Europe," is the cry of the daily press. But then Europe alvays was easily alarmed. Why is a society woman unlike an ugly female circus rider? Because one. busts her show and the other shows her bust. 'Tis said the Filipinos do not take kindly to the new coins minted by Uncle Sam. Well they are about the only people on earth not willing to accept our coins at their face value. A few wooks ago the newspapers were running coleimns about Pope Pius X. T...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 27 August 1903

flappenligs o1 a Local alld Personal Nature. --80o change in the Big Storo ad. ---Dr. W. F. Autin, dentist, will bo inl E-evy S-p0. !ist and 2d. -Bortrand K. Thornley, of Clarks. Ville, Tenn., is visiting his mother in Pickeis. -0. W. Latlm an1(md sister, Mrs. Luoy Hiolcoillb, of Clement, visited in Pickons last wook. --It. L. Hendorsonl, Wife and chil dren have returned from11 ai visit to relati4es in North Carolina. -Tho friends of Bonson B. Gil. strap will learni with regret that he is quite sick, hat hopo Ie will soon bo well agaIinl. --.1 ulgo It. 0. Purdy, Solicitor J. E. Boggs in(d ln'wyeir J. P. Carey I.)enilt last Week inl the beautiful Sap phiro country. --J. C JOnings is now in Liber. ty, clerking for his brother, J. F. Jeniings. Cal. is well plOased with hlits new locationl. --tev. J. T. Wado preached a very foicoful sormon last Sunday in the Pickons Presbyterian church on Sab bath Desecration. --W. If. Craig left Tusoday evon. ing for a fow days rest, whiict will be mos...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 27 August 1903

ANGORA GOATS. jey Oive (Wash I1tolurn 4.n3 Waste Land-Finatu In Their Care. if you have at largo aivotit of wainto s~!ivuuip laud wihlch Is grown upt) with tre: It vill prohably makle' anil Ideal gont pasture. Ii u1at91l1 goatts it 111111 lit great adviitage in that he ain S't enllsh returnis froml otherwise worthi veIu hind. If po*stble keep th ea Angora goait psttine atway froim the publie road, for some Lpople will takte their dogs with then. Thoese get int) the pas ture .11141 cnuiei havoc. To avoid loss yo sliouhld limve it w'olf proof iauore feLice; then you shloulit sheiar I wIte it year to prevelit lie goats lesing a ige aloilit of valtiltble silky hir andt also to pr~event thewir becoining (.1ntiangldt Ill e hru.sh. Goats wIt it Iayvy coat of uliri, stiller inu11t0 frorl; hot va-:: ther li the suruinter. Tieni, too It 18 deslrnle to gilve a little (0111 ItiId it 11ttle sAl Inl LednIook aifte. the(]: iurefuilly 1very nght mid soe li iay oi 11 !inl have benl wvotil tirn (19n ...

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 September 1903

Til PSE EsabIIhcWl, 187 .PICK N S TBE.OIRATII tered April 28, 1904 'It Pik& H.__ 0N L = UNL.0n 1A Mtfr tne T'l, PEiOPL S',10tUtNA L, oftablisal .1. CONSOLI DATEAD, 1903 F-O j..,. PICKENS, S.Tl. . SPTEpMIER, 3, 1903. VOL. .XXX111l NO, 15 I S 03. g Plants 1 Every farmer knows that solle planits grov better than others. Soil may be the same and scc may seem the same but some plants are weak and others strong. And that's the way with children. They are like young piants. Same food, same home, sianie care but some grov-: big and strong while othera stay small and veak. Scott's Emulsion offers an easy way out of the difficulty. Child weakness often means starvation, not because of lack of food, but because the food does not feed. Scott's Emulsion really feeds and gives the child growing strength. Whatever the cause of weak ness and failure to grow Scott's Emulsion seems to find it and set the matter right. Send for free satuple. Scott & Biowne, Chemlists, 409 Pearl St., New York s...

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