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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 17 January 1906

IIDfCnIUIs of a Ltocal and Pcrao8 Nature -There %ill be a -convention of h we-swuppers at Ef usley on the 24th -Of course money talks, but to most of us it ony has time to say "goodbye." -It is qlmust as hard to sell goods without advertising as it is to catch fleh without bait. -See change in appointments of Rev. J. P. Attaway, partor' in. chaige on the North Pickens circuit. -A. J. Bogge, clerk of court and sheriff Jennings made a flying trip to be with our law makers a while -Pickens county took runy steps forwar-1 in the line of progress laIt ytar but just watch her record thit year. --W. A. Mcrackin, of Libery, died of dropsy Sunday evening. leeun guard at the penitentiary fr four years. -Mr. J. Marlin Donnald of Gray Court and Miss Atha% U. Hiott were married Sunday, M. F. Hester, N. P., offliciating.. -Why does a ben get more credit for laying an egg than a duck? Be cause she advertises her business. Eoough Paid. -The hill collector is now on his roun(ds. D.)m't dodge him but...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 17 January 1906

A-A ~WDFh e mocrats tate Their PeItion on the Question. SOME INTERESTING VIEWS 'pPWtunity Presented While Philip. pines Measure Was Being Consid ered-Protection Policy Aired. A vigorous speech in favor of the iPbilippine tariff bill by Mr. Dalzell of Pennsylvania opened the proceed - 15s in the house Wednesday. It was followed by several others against the measure, most notable of which was 'a two-hour address by the veter 6n statesman, Mr. Keirer of Ohio, an ex-speaker, who returns to the house titter retirement of twenty years. Mr. Keifer bespoke "stand pat" doctrine of the most pronounced type, and said he should oppose the pending bill, be cause it was a concession to the dem ocratic principles. Opposition to the bill was made be. cause of fear of rice competition by Mr. Pujo of Louisiana. As the result of an interruption, Champ Clark of Missouri made this comment regarding the Dingley tariff law: "I think it is an infernal curse to the whole American people." 'Mr. Williams, the...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 17 January 1906

SICK Whtl t.ot~hdr's eck, the house is all 11f tan -y husied in room and hall! Baut; iit ser ,ndver* will admit !!, 'Ierin a sin le bit! - -a't le, eope do a thing 'lhere - nothing anyone can bring-. Sh"e jint t lies there, and tries to fix lCki, by cunning little tricks! AnI a- for doctor-why, the word Che -couts as being most absurd. A when he comes he has to guess Ayictptoms that she won't confess; hteirlhe's apt to frown and say: 6 hould 'have hau me right away. lnie again this evening"-for , you see, a week or more! hWiv~i ather's sick-I tell you, now Y , fit;ht to hear the dreadful row! of "dying," and Ei:c 6roans! 'in lere in convulsive tones! I- ii sty runnings to and fro, rT $ange the pillow-so' t-water bag and shade; ard plaster, lemonade! !,,pi to get the doctor, quick A 1d an't you see I'm awful sick?" And 'en the doctor sits and hears father grunts his' pains and fears. res some .drops, apd tells. its,"Hum! I'm needed I sh'n't come I think he'll do all right." ther's up...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 17 January 1906

- You are bankinig on exp other fertilizer is so well bal .harvest.' Don't take a subs crop. It-is the leading ferd t has been.iroven by< Fish and Animal matteri for growing cotton. F arn ITS SALE3S 1005-26o OROW 1890_1,600 1895-12,00( 1900-66,45 1905-130,01 F. S. ROYSTE5RI Norfolk, Va. Ta Columbia, S. C. The new Laxative that does not gripe or nauseate. Pleasant to tae. L Pickens Consumption s. Under-prodmction. The present ratoe of consumption of American cotton y the mills of the world is slightly in excess of one million bales of raw cotton per month. It Is estimated, at a care(nl investigation, that if the spininers can secure the cottin and no International troubles mnterfere with the present enormous demand( Set s.1906 This0uprece dete comto of America th Norlan the aboma an creae new pnLsatinth paasnt to Engand, a and America. coince uy mreo thn flonr ble.iof rw cotndls havler ben sdedure the mitting an-d noItrnon alchbes England.rt T he plrieren rmus dhceaed fort down gs...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 24 January 1906

E ICKENS SFNT IELJRA -utered April 28, 1908 at Piekens. S., M second elas matter under act of Cengres of Marek #, 1879. VOL.XXXV PICKEN59 SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDA DOINGS OF THE LEGISLATURE THE SOLONS ARE AT WORK Lots of Bills Have Been Offered, But Few Have Gone Tbrougb. Columbia, 8. C, Jan 21, 1906 - Two weeks toiorrow since the Log islature net at d both branche, have been busy since. A good ntuy bills, something over 300, h ;ve been offered. but few of them have reached a third read. ing, many being killed on the floor, in the oommittee room, recom mitted withdrawn. Representative T. J. Mauldin has introduced a bill to allow Piokens county to borrow f ron the Sinking Fund sufficient monies to pay off its ptast indebtedness and get on a cash basis This measure will be passed. Pickens county's delega tioi are hard at work and they are watching every bill as it is offered and giving their hearty support to it if it is a good measure, but op posing it -with all the vehemence at their...

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. — 24 January 1906

PUBraSHUD UERRY WBDNESDAT oRWIUN0. BY The gentlneWourmal Coinpany. Tnoursox & BEIoRn. PUOrS. J. L. 0. THOMPSON, EITon. Subscriptiou $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Uates Reasonable. Enttered at 'ickens Postofice as Second Class Hall Matter PICK ENS, S. U. I Wednesday, January 24, 1906. Let us all resolve to make this year the best that Pickens has ever known. We cam do this if Ull will work unselfishly for the common good, and each one will be benefit t-1 thereby. Croup, cougLs, colds Whooping sough, eat., have no terrors for children or adults who evacuate tl.o bowels with Kennedy's Laxative- flony and Tar. Tads remedy expels all colds from the systemand strengthena tL.e throat, lungs and bronobial tubes. The Original Lax ative cough Syrup and Liquid cold cure. Sold by Pickons Drug co. Look around you and see if it is not a fact that the farmers who raise their hiead and meat at home have the best credit and the most cash money after all debts 're paid than do those who grow all c...

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. — 24 January 1906

-rV o1ki. flotinl"Jeurill faDPenig of a Local ala Personal Natare -Yon can flid the tymn you owe in about half the time it takes to find the man who owes you. -We are enrolling a nnimber of now subscribers, but we still have room for a few more names on our list. -This is campaign yeur and you should subscribe for the Sninel. Journal as it will give you all the -There is one thing ouro-in a home where there is always enough vooked for company they are sure to have it. --Misses Mattie Findley and Ru by Hammond of Anderson, are on a visit. to Mrs. J. T. Partri.lgs, in -A lt of pretty yonug women spoil their beauty by wearinlg specta cleo, but some people w-l1 do anything to be inl styli'. -1VThe Charleston Post verv ti-u'y remnarks tha it a man who will return at) umbrella those days is surely the noblest work of God. -Miss lBwUsie Par-tridge of Fair burn, Ga., is in Picke ns visiting her brother J... T. Partridge and her fi iendMrs. .I. L Bolt. Ruv. 0a wfoid, pastor, will preach in t...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 24 January 1906

Cures Biliousness, Sick Headache, .our Stoth- e ach, orpid Liver and Chronic Constipation. Pleasant to take La Pioketie MISSTATEMENT OF ACTUAL FACTS.1lii N ver .efore in the history of, thi not ton triidA has aiuch a mniti tudinousi al)I'linnt of !Bearl' . d.'ge anld intentional ml.nrpr1on.iti n11 of actual fact.s been given t,% the south throxigh paid adv rtisemeits in the columns of the preis and b,. the distributiontt of ciruuu le:.t r through the mails. Op-erators wh are movirg heaven ni1d oarth to de press the future contracts aid tie prices (f spit cot'on a-o cuilioltil-g their brains im tho inodern at. or juggling figures anid maki ni w I high records in distort ing st-atti-tics in the supremo ftrt to in k a @mall yield of American cotton take on the appearaice of :I pletmi III supply. Hundreds of 0houands .rf of dollars havo bron expel ded in the past two moithis in cablegraill3, telegrams, paitl ri(iles in now) v I era-L4, postage and markii et ltt1 s iI an herculeran undrt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 31 January 1906

CKEN5 E IANELNJUINL anoiredA pri 38, 06 as P Ia.s. .4-ee* of . .. u.,. .V6, .. .. PICKENS, SOUTH CAROUNA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 31, 1906. .DOIXGS OF THE LEGISLATURE THE SOLONS ARE AT WORK Lots of Bills Have Been Offered, But Few Have Gone Through. Columbia, Jan., 29, 1906. fSentinel-Journal: The Solons have been very busy since my last letter. Lots of bills havo come up, been cussed and di. cussed, abused and killed. while a goo.d many have run the gauntlet and will become laws as soon as the governor affixes hiis signature thereto. There has bean but one topic of conversation in the lobbies here lately and that is the dispensary. The institutioa is doomed but the fight will be close and desper ate. Local option is ahead but thbre are too phases of local op, tion. Some want to hold new elections in the 16 counties that voted out the dispensary. Others do not. There hinges the fight at present. The House last week cleared the colendar of a good ma, ny bills. One of ,abs which re ceived ...

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 January 1906

VNs: rU3Ieo EVER! 7.WIBDN=SsAY MOaWINo ____ ____ ___ ____ ___ to -BY The Gontinel-Aournal Compal THOMPSON & BIUUr. PRQis. J. L. 0. T HOMPSON, EtOn. Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. A dertising Rites Reasonable. i Entered at Pickens Postoffce as Second Class U MaI Matter t PICK EN8, 8. C.:t Wednesday, January $1, 190. Doings of the Legislature. (Continued fromn Page One.) Mr. Cothran's bill to authorize Greenville county to piay ooutnty auditor $100 left off by mistake in supply bill of last year. Mr. Bass' to provide foi roindex ing records in the office of clerk of Williamsburg. Mr. Bass' to provide that petit jurors in Williamburg may serve more than one time. Mr. MoMaster's to give the bank r clerks in Columbia a legal holiday Thursday of fair week. - Mr. Riley's to provide for the payment of a per diem to the road overseers ot Hampton county. Mr. Nash's to provide for salaries of magistrates in Spartanburg county; also bill to fix the amount of compensation to be paid to the co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 31 January 1906

trologlial Table By John T. Uoggs, observer, Licerty, S.', Temperature I lCharatter of s o_ _ . day IF i .ciot 2, 67 6 8 98 Cloudy - 83 02a 43 Clear 24 49 30 46 25 -i 33 Cloudy 20 80 29 140 27 40 83 26 ia 28 59 33 Clear HUDDeIDHS Of a Local na Pcrsoial Nitnre6 -W. E. Griffin, of Greenville, was in Pickens last week. ---Brn on the 28d instant, a boy to Mr. ani Mrs. Dave Duncan of Pickets. - Baorn on the 22d Inst., to Mr. ai'l Mrs. R. L. Henderson cf Pck ue, a girl. -Two children of Luther Burns, who liv.is in 11he ltas.sy Mountain tection, are quite sick. -Jesse C. Jennings, engineeer on the Soitheitn, with headquarters at Columbia, im tin a visit to him parents Sheriff and Mis. .h.ntnings in Pickens. -Mrs. Eizaboth Suodly, an aged lady who reaides in the Crtsawell soction of the County is very sick and small hope of her rectiveiy is enter. tainod. -Mr John 11. Morganj, who has been quite sick for some time at the home of his daughter, Mrs. W. T. Jeates, In Pickeins, -# reported mu h...

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 January 1906

Thnwtituve that 0os :0ot z: A) or nauseate. Pleasant to talle. - a REEN PEAS 'he treated with a fertilizer containing a high percentage of POTASH, in order to get the healthiest, fullest pods. "Truck Farming" and "Plant Food" are two practical books for the farmer, which we mail free of any cost or ob ligation to those who write for them. They contain valuable facts about truckugardening as a profitable business. Address. GBRMANKALI WORKS. - New York-93 Nassau Street. or Atlanta. Ga.--22% So. Broad Street. * 0 I have a good line of CL OC KS Among them are the recommendablo old stylo Seth Thomas Clocks with weights, which I am Melling at special bargtins. Aid a new line of SILVERWARE. A I) 811(1 Goi and Silver WAT1OIIES. A nico him of Syetaclos; J gualr niro glassos to fit eyes. All kinds of Iepair work in th jw -Iy hue. HI.SNIDER, - - EIsley, S. (. O THE "D0GING. PERIOD" of a w.man's fe, is the name often given to the "change of life." Your menses come at longer intervals, and grow ...

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. — 7 February 1906

THE PlC KENS SINTINEL4 Entered April 23, 1901 at kns, M..e d 1asaAs umtter. ader get of congrem of MarNo 3, 10TL VOL. XXXV PICKENS, SOUTIfl CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1906. DOINGS OF THE IEGISLATURI IMANY B121 IN THE BALANCI Some Will Pass--Others Will Not--Ever) Member Looking After His Own Pet Measure. Co'n mbia, s. 0.. F. b., 6, 1906 - Onl) few nio.re da*s and the lab will be ti.i -thin bession o1 Leg islature will a lie thing of the" p-tit Maniy hiIh haiv b.-en introduced som1e of which wert. V ery good, ant some that were not ao good, ait some of them have passed an sune have not 1i;ssed. Inere has been omeo freak bill introduced, but they comoo up4ver' sesIion, s, they are kinder expect ed and looked for, The past week has boon a busj one and everybudy has been look ing out fr their own pet measures Only another week and the show will be over and the boys will go home and tell the "dear con stituoncy what they have (not .done, and why they didn't do so and try to hoodwin...

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 February 1906

Isi Vs MOIR w NG The ontlnel4oura Companyp Tnoursor;& EB .' . J. 16. 0. THOMPSON. ERnToa. Subsoription $1.00 PeiXiiiuin. Advertisiug Bates Reasonable. Entered at Plokeus Postoffiee as Second 01sse Mail Matter PICKENS, S. U. : Wednesday, Febuary 7, 1900. Doings of th6 Legislature. Continued ftom Page One.) and Laurens railroad. Senuitor E. S. Blease to increase salary of supervisor of Saluda county. Mr. McFadden relating t-> com pensation of conuty commissiun ers of Riohland. Mr. Higgins' bill making a verb. al amendment in law relating to discharging of teachers in public schools. Senator Davis' relative to issu ing of bonds for erecting school building at Summerton. Senator Carlisle's to have com mission appointed to investigate fi ancial affairs in Spartanburg. Senator Douglas' to permit city of Union to issue certain liquidat ing bonds. Capt. Sellars' to provide for the opening of a highway between Dil lon and Maple swamp. Mr- Lawson's relating to town ship line in Darling...

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 February 1906

Estrologloel Table By John T. Boggs, observer, Licety, S. 0, Temperature Charaeter of day. 29 59 30 0 Clear 80 58 80 0 Uloar 1 0) 80 0 Clear 1 59 80) 0 Clear 2 01 28 0 Clear 8 59 80 0 Clear 4 38 10 0 Clear aDvenlus'of a Local and Personal Xature --J,4E. Haood of Easley, was cir cul ' g in Pickeni last week. --isa Essie and Eva Earle visited friends in Greenville last week. - Prof. S. M. Wolfe made a flying trip I-) Ensley Saturday evoning. --Mrs. FloRence Griffin spent a part of last week with friends in Eas. ley. -Miss Hubbard's music class gives a recital in the rohool auditoiri um tonight. -Mrs. L. C. Thornley spent a por. tion of la4t week with relatives ad friends in Greenville. -See change of ad of Craig Bros this week. They talk shoes and it will be to your intbrest to listen. --Mies Josie Boggs, of Easley, spent a p)rtion of last week with her sistor, Mi s. J. N Halluu, in Pickens. --:A moving picture show delight ed the Young folks of the town lamt Saturday night at the sch...

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. — 7 February 1906

7777. Cures iiiousness, Siol4 R{eadache, Sour Stom ach, Torpid Liver and. Chronic Constipatoni. Pleasant to taile La Yioke a ELEVEN ARRESTS TO BE MADE. 6 -bi Warrants Sworn Ot For Well Known c Men Implicated in the Spec nle Scandal. Acting upon the recommanda, tion of the grand jury that those involved in the aff'tirs (if the su poirvieor's office of Greenvillo coun. ty be indicted, it is officially ai. nounced that warrants have been sworn out by the committee for the arrest of eleven persons in ad dition to the warrants pr--vi:a1sly isued for A. A. and J 0. Spoeglo. Th.se persons for whom war rants were issued follow : E. H Smith, D). 13. Tally, T . J. Thmakps tou, J. W. Bat-on, A. Cooksey, F. B. McBee, W. J. Bramlett, T. P. Neevep, A. J. Williame, T. N. King, and T. B. Miller. These warrants will he servol by Sherif' Gilroaih within the next, few days. Thi e seperate warrants were sworn uut against J. N. King, lhe nature of which could not be learned, but all thre - pertain to (1...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 14 February 1906

RIM A T-E PCES SENTINELJuI? _ A I Rutercd April 23, 190 it Piehoms, X. C., as sosud 416"matber, ua, ast of Cou . of Mar@& 8, 1Sn SVOL. XXXV PICKEN.5 SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNiESDAY, FIBRtjAFy1,10.~ Keep Cool When You are Dunned. There is one elass of people who bould not aif for credit, whi should never owe a rod cent, ani that is the class that got mu( when a statement of their aecoun "Ja sent to them. It is a very rare thing now that a man gets ma, amld chows iho rag when a sitat mnit I f he ecout is sent to hil but occai'nmilly some f[Alow wl has not paid his till and 'ihows I, inclination to pay it, paws 'n, raises mwry cain L. cluo he i din led." Time ma' 0 a bus n is man sudi aL statd times state monts to all Who owe him, and the businese world" ackiloA 1ile-s th1 as good butiness, anid nt one but a back number or a fool is going 1t get, mad when he receives such a statemi t. It a1 dun is Odious to you just keep your namie tff tihe account books, pay cah f-ir overy tiiing as yo...

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. — 14 February 1906

*biune1oena10 omps4. TaoursoxA;N & RciUr. Piora. J. L. 0. THOMPSON, Erros. Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising RAtes Reasonable. utere4 at Plokene Postomle as second Olass Mal Matter PICKENS, S. C. : WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1906. Six Mile Sketches. It affords me great pleasure tc have another. opportunity oi writing to the dear old Sentinel Journal this beautiful day, aI though I have no news of impor tance but I enjoy writing for my section.. Misses Nettie and Leila Kelley two charming young latdies fron Liberty, R. F. D. No. 3, visited their friend Miss Sophia Mauldin last week. Mrs. Robt. Mauldin is very nich at this writing. We hope for her a speedy recovery. Miss Essie Arnold visited her grandma Mrs. Lou Alexander o1 the King section last week. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hendrioke of the Oconee side visited in ou burg a few days ago. Some of our farmers are putting in good time plowing this week. It really looks like we are going to make something. I am glad I have lived to s...

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 February 1906

Metroigicall 'rablo By John T. Boggs, observer, Licorty, 8. 0, Temperature Charaeter of day T 4 e 0 Clear 51 12 0 3 Clear a 59 88 15 Coudy 7 47 8 0 Cloudy 8 41 32 7 Woudy 9 .58 30 0 C .ar 10 55 25 0 fr A 11118 of a Local all T00'8al Nat1H -Mr. W. 0. Richey of Easley, R F. D., No. 8, was in Pickens Monday on business. -A goo.l way to supply your wife with pill money is to leave it in. your poeelels wh'en you undress. -That monster old disease grip, is prowling around agdiu in this section v eking whom ho may devour. --Think three times before you speak and the chances are you will do. cide it is bet to keep your mouth shut. - Dr. J. N. Hallum now occupies the Denday residence and J. R. Ash mot e will occupy the rcsidence re cently vacated by him. -The minutes of tWe Twelve Mile River association are now ready and the clerks of the various churches are requested to cer-l and get thm. -It is indeed an ill wind that blowa no good. The cold spell may have discommod some city folks, but j...

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. — 14 February 1906

OW PEAS d-raw air in large POTASH and phosphot to the plant. The multitude of p remarkable cow pea, a illustrated book, "The tells of the splendid fertilizing cow peas wi is free to farmers for t] New York-93 Nor Great R Al our entire stock will ri in prices and if you have noi furnishing goods, now is a goc Take advantage of this steps in ahead of you and gets Free Cleaning and Press Merchant Tailoring Departmer L. RotI Sole agent for Hawes Ha BIRD JOURNEYS. Usaall Animals Often Travel es the Baelve of Lar'e Onee. It has often been P.rked how small and weak birds manage to fly such enormous distances when migrating. As a rule, however, small birds that have come vetry far across the sea have not flown, but have been blown over during violent gales, and many of. them arrive on land In- a half dead condition. Ia fair weather small birds make long journeys successfully over con elderable tracts of ocean, but the rea son is that they are carried on the backs of the larger ones. When pa...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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