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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 21 February 1906

THEPSCKFENS SEL0R Entered April 28, 1906 at Pickens, S. 0., an second olass matter, under act of Cougro.s of Aaroh , 1879. OL XXXV PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, WE3DNESDA V, FEBRUARY 21, 19 TlE ACTS RATIFIED BY LEGISLATURE New Laws of Interest to the State in General. MUCH LOCAL LEGISLATION DONE. But Only the Laws of Varied impor tance Are Included In Statement of Legislature Work. Columbia, 8. C., 14b., 20,1906 - A4 usual the general assembly did a great deal ot local legislation and thes9 acts aro not of gen(,ial interest, aflecting genertlly only the outiies in which they arise. Bolow will be found a list 'f the eactmen'ts in which the entire ( state is interested. To establish Christmas hohdays in the State colleges. To incorporate the Union Carne gie Free Library. To change the name of South Carolina College to the University of South Carolina. To ratify and confirm the charter of Central Carolina Power com pany. To provide for a monument to ] mark the grave of Gen. Thomas Sumter. T...

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 February 1906

5gplISnnD NYarMNI. -BY The Sentnel-hOUrlh Company. THoMPsoN & BEtur. Pao9s. J. L. 0. THOMPSON, EDITOR. Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rutes Reasonable. Eantered at Plokens Postofilee as Second Oleas Mail Matter PICKENS, S. .: WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1906. Court of Sessions. The court of general sessions met Monday morning at 10 o'clock, with all the officers in their places but the judge, who had missed a train, did not Arrivo until the arternoon. When Judge Aldrich arrived court convened at 3 p. in. and up to this evening (Wednesday) at 3 p. m. the following eases have been disposed .4: The State vs. John Henderson and Tom Vaughn, assault and battery; not guilty. The State va. B. H. Howard;- ob taining goods under false pretense; nol prossed. The State vs George Copeland as sault with intent to ravish; guilty; sentenced to twenty-seven years at hard labor in the penitentiary. The State vs. Dave Anderson: vio lation dispensary law; not uruilty. The State vs. Will Simp...

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. — 21 February 1906

CAUGHT B RELE R. S81lA3 S. 4INCOZN ,IORAIVO HISS NON IADABSJ VIOULA 5 " The World of Medicine lecognizes Grip as Epidemic Catarrh. " Medical Talk. A Southern Judge Gured. Judge Horatio J. Goss, Hartwell, Ga., writes: "Some five or six years ago I had a very severe spell of grip which left me with systemic catarrh. - "A friend advised ine to try your Pe runa, whicli I did, and was immediately benefited and cured. The third bottle completed the cure."-H. J. Goss. Cured In a Few Weeks. Miss Jean Cowgill, Griswold Opera House, Troy, N. Y., is the leading lady with the Aubrey Stock Co. She writes the following: "During the past winter of 1901, 1 suffered for several weeks from a severe atlack of grip, which left a serious catarrhal condition of the throat and head. "Sone one suggested Peruna. As a last resort, after wasting much time and money on physicians, I tried the remedy faithfully, and In a few weeks wad is well as ever."-Jean Cowgill. Metrologlcal Table By John TP. lon, observer,...

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. — 21 February 1906

Headach, our Stom aeh, Torpid Liver and Chronic Constipation. Pleasant to tafte L Picket The prayer lie Addressed to the Throne of Mercy. I The following eXample of a quaint and selfish prayer does nou come from the liturgy; it is from "GlT mpes of Ancient Liackntey:" "0 Lord, thou knowest tlit I have nine estate., in the city of London and likewise that I have lately purchased an estate in fee simple in the county of 1Essex. I be seech thee to preserve the two coun ties of Middlesex and U4ssex from fire and earthquake, and, as I have a mortgage in Hertfordshire, I beg of thee likewise to have an eye of com passion on that county, and for the rest of the counties thou mayest deal ,with them as thou art pleased. 0 Lord, enable the bank to answer all their bills and make all my debtors good men. Give prosperous voyage and return to the Mermaid sloop, be cause I have insured it, and, as thou I hast said the days of the wicked are but short, I trust in thee that thou wilt not forget thy...

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. — 28 February 1906

TnE ENS SEN TJo -utored April 28, 1906 at Pickens, 3. 0., as sooond 0lm mattcr, uinder act of Cougrees of Maroh 8, 1871. VOL. XXXV PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28 1906. RURAL SERVICE IN GREAT DANGER. Congressman Aiken Makes Strong Ap Apal to the People to Support the Service-Points out Danger and Sugqests. the Remedy Washington, D. 0., Jan. 26. Edit-r Sentinel-Journal: Y u have doubtless noted in the papers a statement from the Post office Department, indicating its purpose to discontinue a larg' numb'r of the rural routes throughout the country, on the ground that "they are not -appre ciated." Knowing your deep intereet in the welfare of our country, and in the general upbuilding of the ru ral sections, that make for materi al prosperity, I desire through your paper, to direct public atten tion to -the necessity for building up the business of the rural service. Cities and towns only reflect prosperity, the country is its real birthplace. Anything that de. tracts fr...

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. — 28 February 1906

E'UMaxS zvm r wspoAnaro2 -BY The Sentin14oura1 COompaIy. THoMPsoN & RIoxur Pzoxs. J. . 0. THOMPSON. EDrrO. Suboription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rates Reasonable. Entered at Plckens PostoMOS 3s seCond Class moll Matter. PICKENS, S. 0, 2 WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1906. CARELESS LEGISLATION. Mr. August Kohn, writing from Columbia to the Charleston News and Courier, says: "Some idea of the manner in which legislation is rushed in the last hours of the session and how wonderful it is that more errors do not creep into the Acts may be had when it is stated that, out of the 240 Acts; and resolu tions adopted, 50 acts went to the en grossing department after 4 o'clock Saturday afternoon, and in this num ber were the appropriatio *bill, the supply bill, the fertilizer act, and the 2nd circuit bill and other long and much amended laus." It is indeed, as Mr. Kohn says, a wonder that more errors do not creep into the Acts that are passed in such a hurried and slipshod manner. Nine-tenths ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 28 February 1906

* Iwna1-otbiL Metrbooica Tabie Ily John T. Iloggs, obseiver, LIcertyy . . Temporature. Character of the diy. i8 68 . 81 0 Clear. 19 r 40) 0 Clear. M12 4) t Clear. 21 61 53 ..10 Clear. 88. U. 0 lear. 23 60 38 0. 4lear 24 00 . 40 *T Cloudy. * Trace of rain, less than one hundredth inch of, rainfall. HUDfg6AS Of a Local aid Personal Nature -Mrs. A. J. Boggs was indie. posed a few days last week. -Miss Marie Folger of Pickens is on a visit to friends in Charleston. -N. 51. Madden .of the Cent'al Ni-lo spout a part of last week in Piokens. -Bii sure and attend the entertain. ment of the Boll Ringers at the audi t iriumn toni_ ht. -L. Ross Eaton, a promiuient citi. zon and merchaat of Central was in Pickens last week. -Ex Sheriff Williatn BA, of An. derson, is oil i visit to his son, Dr. J. L. Bolt, in Pickens. -Mrs. J. W. Cochran of 'Calhoun, spent last week in Pi_-kens with the family of her brother, Clork of Court, A. John Boggs. -Mr. and Mrs. W. W. T. Nalley were called to Calhoun Sun...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 28 February 1906

that does not grlpe. or nauseate. Pleasant to take E Picker Minutes of the Twelve Mile Union. The Twelve Mile Union met at IHolly Spring, Dec. 30th, 1905, at' 11 a. m. Tho meeting was opened with prayer by brother, John T. Lewis. Introductory sermon was preached by B. P. More, after which the meeting was organized. B. F. Murphy was elected modera tor and W. W. Aiken, clerk. The meeting then adjourned one hour for dinner. The afternoon service was calles E10 .I &iig1... 0 pi p (). * I '.. 'I r r J. 1'. Lewis, B. P. Moore, G. M. Lynch, B. F. Murphy and W. W. Aiken and was tabled to be dis cussed at the next union. Query No. 2, was then discussed. Has a church member any iight to claim that he has passed from death unto life unless he loves all members of his church? The sub ject was decided in favor of the negative. Query No. 3, was also decided it favor of the negative, the subjec being; Is there any scripture fo: preaching fuieralo and eulogizini tho dead, latc. The attendance w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 7 March 1906

HE PIC S EJ Entered. Apri 28, 1908 at Pickens, 13. (., As second class maatter, under Rot of Con reseof /96.N4 COTTON AREA FOR 190.6 I(I What shall the cotton airt-a c.f the south bo fif 19OG? Thii queation can be asked by anyone, It can alone be definitely and correctly answered by that groit arny of Cot t''n gro(vers, l will eplve the iPob'en fr themsel1sves anid the wblw.11Lin thel nexto90days. rTh gre at ('i 11o Conivointion, w hich et act N.Gw 0,1..Hil. I., JTnn. i1t..13. i 9 6 ~ It l I lie l ~ X e l i J "' C i t .i 1 . 1,4 3 .e 1906, a11d Ih If 0 x c!$I(iv., Comm11 ilt(o of thi'jwher C tin- Asnooa. tionl, whichl convened lit th110 14nmei place on Jai . 161, 4I"1- hni mnonai. usly aind withie;nt a dssen ting Voice, passed and rucouimend d the following resolution: "Believing that the 25 per cent reductioin in cotton acreago, recom. nnded and insibtod upon by the Southern Cotton Association at its meeting in New Orlians, La., a year ago was eminantly wise and salitary, thirs com...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 7 March 1906

1'V3LISUND EVERI WRDNEsDAY EQXWNO. The Soennel-Jouraal CoMa1y. ToMU'sON A R&Iolar. Pnors. J. L. 0. THOMPSON, EDiTon. Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rates Reasonable. Entered at Pickens Postoince an secohd Qiass9 Mail Matter PICKENS, S. C. : WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, 1900. Metrologlial Table hy John T.- Boggs, observer, Licerty, S. C, Temperature. . - Character of the day. 25 62 48 0 Clear. 26 85 33 0 Clear. 3 55 8 0 jClear. 28 50 19 10 Clear. 1 60 26 0 Clear. 2 82 37 *T Cloudy. 8 04 44 .00 Uloudy. * Trace of rain, less than one hundredth luch of rainfall. Notice. All who were members of the Glas sy Mountain Alliance are urged to meet me at Glassy Mountain school house on Saturday, Mdarch 17, at 3 p. m.,,to receive their prorata share of money now being divided up from the sale of the State Exchange. Un less you are there in person or repre. sented by proxy you will not receive your share. S. H. Brown, Sub.-Trustee Stockholder. Moe Past Sixty In Danger. More tha half mankind...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 7 March 1906

TWO B PELVIC Female Weakness.Is 1 Cures Cata .t!R..- \\MMMM~M.R.T NABLE -\)M se M BRADFORDY Mrs. Mablo Bradford, 18 Church street, Burlington, Vt., Secretary Whittier Oratorio Society, writes: "Peruna is certainly a wonderful medicine for the ills of women. I have heard it spoken of in the highest praise by many, and certainly my experienco is well worthy of a good word. "I began to have severe pains across my back about a year ago, brought on by a cold, and each subsequent month brought me pain and distress. "Your remedy was prescribed, and the way it acted upon my system was almost too good to be true. I certainly have regained my health and strength, and I no longer suffer periodical pains and extreme lassitude."-. Mable Bradford. Thousands of Women Cured Every Year Per by Correspondence--This Is What human Dr. Hartman Proposes to Do for You without Charge. Pc Women who suffer should read the Peru evidences presented here. We h*ave branos thousands of letters from grateful and a ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 7 March 1906

~MI3S'1NION B S A U W VINFORMATION Condnoted by the Carolina Farmers' Educa tIa and Co-operative Union. WAh comnunications intended to this ttiment should be addresised to. bi11g, Pendleton S. U. farmerr of t ta ewill please take notice thithboonindt. tee izt charge of the tdeau of In. 'formation does not asume or pre tend to poso as iegrat iwad er seat of knowledge, Wherany and al knowledge pertaiuiig to fdrn' ing intorest of the S.tate maybe obtained directly fro ".the individl ual members of our committee alone; but we solicit AhOrt artiloles rM practical farers for these 'doliirnns from every quarter of the n the subject of how tc 'gofiatble crops' and how tc n the prdfts of our firm cropi ito the hands of the producers And then, again, the Farmers Union at the crossing wantR t( hear from the Unions at the Forki of the Creeks, and the Fatwood Union wants to hoar how the Un ions in the Red Hills are doing. I fact, we want to know more abou each other, and what is the bee way to g...

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

It.~~ ~ ~ ~ 1 '11113 PIKI ~ TNL1U N L E-," EN S E.t red A pril A 190 at P i o n u, . , on hl 61 aB M ier. n d er a t of Cn g ro-- ofNa.84 2 VOL. XXXV PICKEN59 SOUTH CAROLINA,- WEDNE3SDAY9 AC 4 96 O4 The mammoth Cotton Conven tion held at New Orleans January 11-18, 19W, without a single dis )enting voice, unanimously en dorsed the resolution to hold the balang. of the unsold portion of the present crop for fifteen cenlts, per pound, basis middling, at the porte. The Exocutive Committee of the Southern Cotton Association, in an - nual session at New Orleans, Janu ary 15th, 1906, alao .unanimously eudorsed the action of the Conven tion relative to the tifteen cents res olution. Representatives of South ern Bankers, who assembled at Now Orleans during the Cotton Conven tion, passcd strong - re3olutions guaranteeing the moral and financi al support of southern bainkd in) the present effort of the Soutlieri CUt ton Asociatioi tQ secure fi:teen cents for it, baklance (.I tih crop. The figh...

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 March 1906

BY The sentinol-Jourdal Company. G TuoMPsoN & RIChEY. P *O' J. L. 0. THOMPSON, EDITOR. Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Bates Reasonable. Entered at Picken Postofice aN second Olass Mail Matter 1ICKENS, S. C.: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14, 1906. Editorial Briefs. With the United States preparing for trouble with China. and the rest of the world preoccupied with Moroc. co, Castro naturally finds this a high. ly propitious occasion for breathing diflance to everybody. With Torm Lawson on one side and Missouri on the other, Mr. Rockefeller must feel somewhat surrounded. The New York surgeon who sewed up a towel insine of a patient, did not include it in his bill. Some doctors tre so generous. The seventeen-year locusts are due n som 3 sections this year, but as ompared with the gypsy moths and be cotton boll weevils, they are mere r amiable entertainers. Secretary Bonaparte wants a bigger .avy, and Secretary Taft wants a bigger Army. Both could be accom odated if Secretary Shaw sho...

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. — 14 March 1906

Mtetrologleal Table By John T. Boggs, obseryer, Licerty, S. 0, Temperature. . Character of the day. 4 59 8 0 Clear. 5 40 0 Clear. 0 V3 3" 0 Clear. 7 48 82 15 Cloudv 8 53 38 0 SC Cloudy. 9 9 81 .1.15 Clear. 10 65 80 0 Clear. ilDDM1lu8 of a Localai Pdrsonal Nature -Born on the 12th instant, to Mi and Mrs. 0. M. Bjwen, a girl. -Miss Eva Freeman has returne from visiting relatives in- Alabama. -Iea th-BrucP-Morrow'Co. chang their ad this week; don't fail to read il -Ml.c-3s Kate -Hester and Eilit Jenkins visited in Easley Saturdaj -Mrs, N. E. Thornley is in Vii ginia visiting her daughter Mrs. McL. Seabrook. -Mr. and Mrs. John T. Rigg of Liberty, visitod friends and reh tives in Pickens last week. -Mrs, J. W. Ellison, of Ea.sley spent a while in Pickens reconti with her biother, R. R. Roark. -Mr. and Mrs Judge M. Welbor left Saturday for Calhoun Falls t visit their daughter, Mrs. Henry L Hendricks. -Mrs. T. II. Moore, of Liberty, i spending some time in Pickens wit her daughter, Mrs. J....

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 14 March 1906

PUDIsJED XVRY WBDNESDAY MORNrNO. -BY The Gentinl-Jourdal Company. THOMFsON & RICEY. PROPS. J. L. 0. THOMPSON, EDIT0. Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rates Reasonable. Entered at Pickens Postofice as Second Olass Mail Matter PICKENS, S. C.: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14, 1906. Editorial Briefs. With the United States preparing for trouble with China. and the rest of the world preoccupied with Moroc. co, Castro naturally finds this a high ly propitious occasion for breathing difiance to everybody. With Tom Lawson on one side and Missouri on the other, Mr. Rockefeller must feel somewhat surrounded. The New York surgeon who sewed up a towel inside of a patient, did not include it in his bill. Some dootori - strl:iiig, Pendleton S. C. How Do You Like It?. Well, how do you like the of our Farmers:Union cplum If our farmers columnn is''I good as you think it s6ou1d Je pose you chip in an'd make'it ter. A good, practical farmer'i, to know something which, if Vill benefit his neighbor. -...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 21 March 1906

utered April 28, 1908 at Pickans 8 0., as se.Ad cl s aater. under act of Congress of March 8, 1879 VOL XXXV PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLIT, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21 1906 N.43 AN EDITO'S APPEAL. To Brother Publishers In Behalf of the Lost Child of Dr. Byers of Soeleyville, Indiana. If the edli or of every paper in the south, south.west atd central West will republish those lines,Atl'ere Is no, qusliation but what Dr. S. I. 1 4-.r ',f Se ty ville. Iidiaina will ri-cover h is little son who was bto len from his lone one year ago last Mlany. Dr. llyirs has splnt his un tire rcmurces in search for hia child and uniless- tho- big Learte-d mnibrs of tI. press come to bi. assistance his son will grow uplain outltaw and an Outcast alnong the lowest people of the earth. it is a cause that should appeal to every. one and no father reading these lines can do so without a quickna ing of the le-art and a synipthetic throb. It is believed that, if this article Is re'printed in the newspa. pnupers it will form ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 21 March 1906

-~.7 tVBJJM* VJMX *BDZJ!JSDAY U~f4INOI The sentinel-3oural Compay, TuoUMwoN & BRonur. PRos. J. L. 0. THOMPSON, EDITOn. Subsoription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rates'1pasopable. Entered at Plokene PostefdOe as Second Olatis Mall Mater PICKENS, s. 0. WEDNESDAY, MAROU 21, 1900. DOPE FOR THE PICKENS FANS. The ball players of Pickens havt Uot at all been discouraged by th4 lack of financial assistance, but hav< been shoving the coin basket around pretty lively of late. The practice of the squad lia beer somewhat delayed by the recent cold weather, but they will again resumc their training with greater vim and push. An article, which appeared in Sua day's Greenvillo News, discussing th4 chances of the Pickens aggregation and written by Mr. Douglas Jenkins a former Pickensite, greatly amusei Jerome and the other members of th< team. For the benefit of tbat-writer and the sport lovers of the "Pearl o the Piedmont" we will state the Pickens will have the fasttst team i the State ...

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. — 21 March 1906

By John T 'logg, obsorvoik Loerty, S, 0, Tewporture, ~Charaotor pf -the day. 1 75, 40 -. 0 Clear. - 6a 48 0 Clear. 1~ 48 e0 , Clea'. 14 4 7.0 Uloudy. 16 05 4 1.69 coudy. 1 00 84 - 0 qaf. * 'I7 ~ 7 ' 84 - 0 Olear. *D aue S 0! a Local and Personal Nature .-W, H. Ambler, of Greeuvillq, spent Sunday .in Pickens with rela tives. --The small'graip crops are report flue in all seotioi of the tmes B. B. LaBoon and J. npson, are visiting, Mrs. R. E. Goodwin, in Charleston. --CrAig Bros. are wanting a res wilt pay a go jic far theu. Mrs. D. J. Carier, of Augusla, 0a., is on a visit to her prnut, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ashmore, in Pickens. -Join your neighbor in cleaning up and getting ready for spring. Improve your promises- with paint and whitewash. -Varmers in this sectiot expect to fertilizo highly this ye.ir, that is if the amount of fertilizers that are be ing daily hauled from town is any index. -W. B. Hall, of Pickens Couu ty, who formerly resided in Anderson County, was in the city Monday...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 21 March 1906

r r %R3W OF NoMATION. ond by the aroina armers duda Al montiitutilaan's ntendid for thi atinant Oho Id be addressed 4 4. 04 ur Cott4, iflHand. 1u'r efforts 'i thise Columns'has .VI ",been Obiefly dir eA.tdv,ard e'heck ing,if: ossiblthe increase in acre 6ge oott6 by AjIly farmers; wi n -tlxi'ugt it necessary to give tny advice here to t4ie farm erA now holdin9 theit cotton. These are men of business, and are usuol ly dien with sufllent grit, pluck and jif ial backrg to carry their points 'aid now what.they are a aun The cotton holders that now have this matter in hand are obout as good flnaRiciers, and have about as much collateral and back ing behind them as the bear ele ent have. Cotton holders know iiow that about all the 'scary hold ero.40avo been shaken out, and that the otton bear is now p- against the real solid stu'f. Spot holders age well aware of the fact that.tht spinner has goi to have abou.t the cofhon before the next cfdp oRes iii, and,it mattors not whether the next cr...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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