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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 4 July 1906

THE PIG KENS SEN TIN Entered April 23, 1903 at Pickens, S. C., as seond oLass mattkr, under not of Congress of March 8, 18"9. VOL. XXXVI PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 4, 1906. Oolenoy Items. The farmers in this section are up with their work. Cotton and corn is looking fine. Misses Lela Crenshaw and Jan. nie Hendicks have returned home from Saluda Seminary. Misa Ida Hendicks has returned from Asheville, N. 0. Miss May McClanahan and little brother visited Mr. M. Hendricks last week. Miss Irene and Irma Hendrix Visited Miss Iuez Keith on Sunday. Mrs. Nina Heidroks is on the sick list, Dr. J. M. Crenshaw is attending her. What has become of little Snow. drop? I am afraid something ser ious has happened to her these hot days. Mr. George Elrod has had a mis fortune of loing two good horses in less than a month. This is a great loss to him as he is a young farmer just started out in life. Mr. Nat MeJunkin had a good milk cow to die last wook. Golenoy school will open on July 1...

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. — 4 July 1906

PUDI4SHED EVERY WBDNESDAY MORMINO. F Tho Sontinol-Journal Ogmpany. TnoMmroN & Ronir. Pnois. J. L. 0. THOMPSON, ErTOn. Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rates Reasonable. t Entored at Pickons PoStoffiCe as Second Clasi Mail Matter PICKENS, S. C.: 'WEINESDAY, JULY 4, 1900, PICKENS' OPPORTUNITIES. No town in the county has today more or better opportunities for ad. vancement than Pickens. Whether or not these opportunities will be taken advantage of depends largely upon the citizens and business men of the town. Pickens has interests which must bo stimulated and which must be taken care of if it is to realize the advantages which it is capable of securing. Wide-awake business men ovory. where are working to make their towns important factois in the world of trada and commerce. Sonoof the towns have but little to offer, but they make the most of what they haye. Pickens has much to offer and much should be made of this condition We need co-operation of interests all the time....

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. — 4 July 1906

Sntiel4 uriua Happenings of Local and Personal Nature. -W. P. Stewalt of the Al-xandor section ro)orts his cotton blooming. -Born on the 25th tit., to Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hudson, (of the Mile section, a fine daughter. -The Ha.ood school in district 18 wili f"qytn Onl Monday, Jn ly 16th, nith Vises Bowen as teacher. --Mr. Virgil Lovett, and bride, of Georgia, are on a visit to his sister,. Mrs. J. P. Carey, in Pickens. -An nmbrella was left in Mr. W at Tvolve Mile The owner can this office and - Rev. P. C. Crawford, pastor of the Baptist church, of this place, will preach at the Poor House next Sun. day at 10 o'c'ook a. in. The comimur. ity is invited to attend. -Mr. John Y. Bowen, of Pyron, Texas, is on a visit to his brothers and other relatives in the county. Ile spent last week with his brother, I. A. Bowen in 'ickons. -Prof. J. H. Iuebck, of Dat.t, Va., will condiluct a twelve day music school at Concord Jiaptist cliurch, comnioncing July 16. Everybody in. terested in music is in...

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. — 4 July 1906

deaacee, a our tom ach, Torpid Livet' and Chronic Constipation.L Fleasant to tate ricken ]4ar'ller's' Ullion Bureau of Iniformnation. -Conldieted I by fhe soith Carolina FainerS' 1Etentuc tionl anid Co-operative Union. ComiuIentions intended for this dopart tuoetit should be tutitressed to .1. U. Strinlitig, Pouiletoti, Sollthl U 1rolinna. The Williamson Corn Stunting Plan. The Williamson stunting process of corn and cotton, too, seems to bo the most fashionable plan of tho day. All over the country we see the stunting process on the crops. Corn and cotton, too, aro looking yellow for tho lack of work and sunshine; too much rain and the scarcity of labor has forced this stunting pr)oCes9 Upon the farmore. It is not in the piais of tho farmors to thus stunt their crops ! It is the force of circumstancos-t he weithor anl labor; this condition 13 un avoidable. Bit why not now ap, ply nitrate of soda of high grade ammoniated fertilizers to the side of these crops and test the value of l...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 11 July 1906

E PICKENS SENTINELJ Entered.April 23, 1903 at PickeNs, 1. C. as scoLnd lam matr under ant of Cogres a rchJ 17 9. VO.,__V PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, -WEDNESDAY, UY1,10.N. "ZEKE" HAS Scrambling Fot Interesting News Notes From the "Big Eastatoe." Bad Mail Facilities-A Roast-A Rail road Project and a Trolley Line Sch-nme. Nimmons, July 7, 1006. Friend Jim: In line with your oth er corresponidents from the rural sections I have Ito births, doaths 01 inarriages to chronicle, neither do I know "what fellow called on whose girl last Sunday,'' and it would hardly ho the proper thing to in forn the pullic that Walter Lang. ston aid George Chrnp'nan, dressed in their storo cloth es, and blushing like school girls, visited inl this section Buiiday, I have no news to relate. I am not out in the sticks for fun or health, but for the purpose of increasing my limited stock of "fil thy lucre" and the same tuie add ing to the appearance ot some of tho improvements on "Big Easta too", for this beautiful...

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. — 11 July 1906

NilI 0 -BY '* Sontinel-Journal Company. TROMPSON & iltoHIY. PJsoi' t JL. 0. THOMPSON, E4Drron. d Sabsoription $1.00 Per Annum. h Advertisig Rates Reasonable. 40rod at Plokens Posto lee as Second Class T Mall Matter PICKENS, S. C.: WEDNESDLY, JULY 11, 1900. 1 Let the Local Masons Rally. i In another column will Le noticed a o 11 in which all the I)COPIO of this 8 owing and no more prosporous mmunity are intereBt?d, but in 1 'ioh. morC especially, the. Masons 1 Keowee Lodge are vitolly interest I [t is proposed tH b-ild a Lodge 1 for Koowee Lodge that will be, some degree commensurato witl' growth of the Lodge itself, and licative of the progre3s of the conr inity in which the L'dge h9 seen) r years of vicissitudos only to come. ::th at this present tni more l)'prom ug and hopeful thn over, and more -irly in fulfillment of the desires I aspirations of her founders, man. whom have prsed int') the Grent yond, and many of whom ore with yet 9s living monuments of the hest, truest citi...

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. — 11 July 1906

IE$oEII4un31 ffh' !ponings of Local and Persiral Nature. T. D. Harris says fruit jars and 1,i;r ibis wok. Children's Day was celebrated at -,4y Grove hRt Sunday. -.Mary, (laughter of Mr. and Mrs. i. Prince iF quit 3 sick with --rso. D. F. 'ace ya fine grooori'.; and .1d drinks. Tb is the trno of year aced both. -i1ev. Ciawrord preached at the o4 farm Sunday, delivering a fine Nimes Loila and Margaret Evans, lioun, ore visting the family of 'Boggs, in Pickens. The school in District No. 29 s next Monday, the 16th instent, I Miss Jossie Earle as teacher. . Kcos. ) re-hool, in Dobt -,cL No. will begin next Monchy, the 16th nt, I'th John 0. Field -.s teach' Mrs. B. 14. Robertson, of Clemson ge, is at her father's, W. T Bow. confined with a spr' of ft phaid Mr. G. W. Gignilliat., of Eeneco, a poi. ion of 1-t week in Pick lie guest of Solicitor Julius E. 'a. 3. F. Parsons, who has been a two-weeks vacation by the St're, left Tuesday for a visit to ve" in Georgia and Alabama. - N. A Christ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 11 July 1906

-t' Laxative that does grip or nauseate. lleasant to take. Picken Farmers' Union Bureau of Information.* -conidli(ted by the South Carolina Farmers' Edticational and co-OperItive Union1. Commun iicatjints intended for this depart nitcit shou1(l be addressed to J. C. Stribling, Pendlcton. South Carolina. Large Crops Cause Disaster. In India, China and other coun tries the peoplo starve because of their failuro to make good cropel In our cotton growing States we have panics and starvation when we make our largest crops of cot, ton-our great staplo crop. Do you know of any other agri cultural country on the earth that starve on acount of its abundant havest? Do you know of any of our manufacturing industiies of to. day that starve out on account of over-production? No! They know more about their business than to allow their successful production to ho the meais of their down fall! Why can't cotton farmers man. age their affiirs like the ianiufac turers do thoir? Because the farm er has...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 18 July 1906

CKNS SENTINE&JU k SEntered April 28, 1903 at Pickens, S. 0., as second class matter, under act of Congress of March 8, 1879. * PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 906. AS COL. BACON SAW IT. A Rich and Rare Account of the State Campaign Meeting at ., Edgefield. The followiik47 account of the State campaign meetnig at FAge'. field, from the Edgefield Ohronicle, written in Col. James T. Bacon's inimitabie style will be read with great interest by the people of the State, throwing a side light on the campaign that ciinnot fail to charm. Edgefield's State campaign meet. ing took place day before yester. day and was really in many re spects more of a social than a pol. itical affair. Our court house was crowded to excess and perhaps more than half the pop)le were ladies. Not only the ladius of our town and vicinitv came out, but also many from 10 and 12 miles away, .cs1peciaily. from Trenton. Before 10 a. in. dozens of privileged old men, heads of tribes, and dozens of ease l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 18 July 1906

BY-4 The t1n.Journal4 Ompnyv TuOMsoN & RIiHY oiZO. J. L. 0. Tui'MPSON, EDnTos. Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. a Advertising Riates Reasonable. intered at Pickens Postoince as scond lass Mail Matter ~q PICKENS, S. C.: or WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 1906. 1 Notice to Old Soldiers. The surviving soldiers of the State or confederate states in Pickens county aro requested to meet in each township on the 4tb. day of August at 3 p. in. -for the purpose of electing a representative to meet at the court house the first Monday in Septeui bcr next to elect a county pension board for the year 1907. The place of meeting in each township is, Easley township, Easley; Liberty township, Liberty; Contral township, Central; Pickens township, Pickens; Hurricaue township, lMilo Creek church; Eastatoe township, Antioch church; Pumphintown townshi p, Suthor laind's store; Dacusvilie township, Looper's Gin; When assembled they shall organ. ize by electing a chairman and sec rotary and shall then elect by ballot...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 18 July 1906

Happenings of Local and Personal Nature --Court Stenographer 'Long is in Pickens for a few woeks. -Mr. P. J. Brown of Liberty spent Sunday in Pickens. -Sheriff Jennings "ent to Colum bin, last woek on county business. -T. Christie Robinson spent Mon day and Tuesday in Gacenville. Green 1usiness. Corner -a 8T ues - day. -Magistrate J. M. Jameson and Constable Guy Bowie, of Etasley, were in Pickens Tuesday. -Mr. Quiccy Grandv of Green. villo is spending a f?w ibays with Rev. B. E. Grandy and family. -Mr. R. E. Oliver and family, of Nashvilio, Tenn., are visiting at Mrs. J. L. 'lhornley's. -Mrs. L. S. Grandy and children of Orcenvil'e, are visiting the family of Mr. B. Lewis this week. 3ethlbelivmn aelool oderied Mon SIder the ilicient management Rovoy E:re. lamupton school will open Mon day, July 23rd, with Miss Lillie Gil strap as teacher. -Prof. MeD. Weams will open a singing school at Bethlihem church July 30th. -Misses Essie and Eva Earle are visiting relatives in B3lton and Wil l...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 18 July 1906

~Cures 90ousneeb, Sick Headache, ?our Stom ach, Torpid Liver and Chronic Constipation. I Pleasant to tale Picko Farnmers' UDOO0R 1)111'16(.11 Of c-(oimiiiIchdI by lite 801111 aroilut1-'iruer lttientiomllt andt . . . . o - p . .riiv . 'iio i Ciitit t illi tii o 411 ilntes id for thi. de-joutr Im.l mhida beietressert Io .1.t trbis I'vi idhi. n, Sou ih Crimiit. A Call Meeting. To the iem)orshii) of the F. E. & C. U. of A 'Iiorica: I havo been requested to call a nootinig for the purpose oA nai.iing the minii-mlum prico for cotton f the season o 1006 (, . I hereby call said metinAzg t. l composod of delogates from eac'. stato within or without ti state Tliis meetig to be hell in A t lanta, Ga., August, 2, 10 1 a. in. at. the Wi Iliais Lime No : Fra tern-1.1y, R, F. Duck th, l'residenit Natvrnd .ui :. A Call. To the memberh1ip fI thre ':outh Carolina d ivision of the farmers' educational and co-operative union of America: All local uions in ISouth Car-. lina are called to mjo(ot tt t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 25 July 1906

THE. PICKENS SENTIN Entered April 23, 1903 at Pickeus, 8. 0., as second class matter, under aot of Congress of March 8, 1879. VOL. XXXVI P1f.KEN5, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 23, 1906. PICKENS FAILS TO SCORE. K Best Game of the Season-Fennell and McFall Pitch Brilliant Ball-Soore 1 to 0. The most exciting game of the sonson was pulled off at the Pick ens i8seball park Wednesday af ternoon between Pickens and Eas ley, with the result that nine innings woro played, and played quickly, with only one run mad'e, and that on P. scratch. Despite the lmvering clouds all Pickens was on hand to witness the contest, Old men and young men, white men and black men, long mon and short men; and.men who aro not men), doctors, lawyers. womon, children and babies all lined up around tho diamond to hollor for Pickens. All was excite mont; the gamn.e was about to be called and everyone present heaved a deep sigh and drew a long breath; just at this moment, while Mack Bruce had already begun to quar...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 25 July 1906

of 0il Tnoinso-z k, Jt!c'2ia, Pimpsr. Ibl)80iptioll $1.00 Per Annum. ft Advertisinig Ratucn iRcagoiiabl. weQ a2t VickQ2l 's OlliCe at' SeCond Class0 THE CLEMSON COLLEGF. COACH. 'I C&kulkon duXleoge has arrmnro Wvithd 110 souithern R.ailway t-hrough ic lhie -coach hR8 bou nequired for thez pliqpose of rofeahing the poopie toI f i ye thew~ Val ilblo i omitructio1s 1re ,,arding tiguiciilturo, mechimical, cdoe( 1fl1ttol'1i 2 10) ti to 1111 inus1Utr2ial (:1 i (ltiOU. T1bo ralilroads P~ "0 r1213'11)21 ing this ear froc of cost, ad i :;U farmers of Lhe o 3un.t1y, oq'iW,: givenf theI opportunl~ity~ . At'1 '~hi onstratoc'd, and1tlli' ~;h~j ,~1:. calling. tho lwhOlf o un I y, 21121l'2 We 11 there is some1 goo(d ini theij C2(l to 016111 1lltlmy 1 11r.ifi (d if)2 111 of jeu ollC~lit" 22t ' 23' '2 ors8 alongj to v' ivi 2:'Y1 mi nil i ThOis IM011d " 111111 dtlt It,') 1ivil (g 1)2 F''i 2)1 eely dt121111 sa1vvd. '11T.:0 I 2'11 Ifi) s 110 02F4.1 l mn ( hel 11(3 l II(N It hf. l12f2 uv 1 U1u62.'02...

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. — 25 July 1906

Happenings of Local and Personal Nature. - -The t'rd and incessant rains arc damaging the crops in the county. -Miss Isabell'a Mortan of Spartan, bbrg is visiting Miss Floride Carey. --Rev. J.'E. Foster is conducting a protracted meeting at Mile Creel church this week. -Do not forget the campaigt meeting at Easley, Saturday next Go out, and hear the county bullies -Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Kelley, oJ o .:O::g relativet orrie G reer are visitinE Congressman Geo. S. Legare. -W. C. Long is here for aboul two weeks recreation after hard worl on the circuit. -T. 0. Allgood is announced as t candidate for cotton weigher in thi issuo. The - election comes off or August 18th. --The Pickens Railroad will rut an exira train Wednesday to bring the crowds from Easley to Pickens to hear Senat r Tillmian. -J. T. emniell i4 annioiunced as a candidnto for Treasurer in this issue, le is a good safe b1utinoss man aid if he should be elected he ould servo the people feithfully ard well. -Tiere einy be some ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 25 July 1906

pleasant to ta e. Le Pickens 1 d A FARM MECHANICS. An ArrangeeCIt F'or Transferrin P1ower Vsro.m (Wind Wheel. tSomietInios it Is desirablo to place the wind whoel Upon sone building in stod of orecting a framo directly over the pump. In this case the power iay pe transferred by a system of Iron el tow Joints, as in Fig. 1. The arrows show liaihly that a dovnward stroke by the wheel produces an equal down Award stroko alt the pump. The angle sYSTEN1 Or ETDOw JOIN's. of the Iron jinluts should bo seh that their ams will be lit right anigles to the corresponding wooden arims in the mliddle of the stroio. The arm, A U, iony be iade of any desirable length. The original of the drawfug Is over twenty-five feet. When of such length, however, it is best to stifon it with several hinged braces from tly side of the buildiug, as In Fig. 2. Ihese allow perfect freedom or motion and are used merely to preve at I;: >sidowise bonding.-American Agricul turist. GROWING CUCUMBERS. 1a Culture ast r...

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

E PFKE S $ETIE3 Entered April 28, 1903 at Pickens, S. 0., ats second class mnatter, u~nder act o6f Con~gress of Mirb8 89 VOL. XXXVI PICKENS, SOUTHI CAROL[INA,' WEDNE$DAY, AT , 0-.N Burselu of' 1110 11 Ofiole Iltiformin01.. --0oiaItietei by the Solitti CairollInn IrtnerH Ftuiatiossai and uo-Olierative U1ion. a lsiiti iaaatI5ih2 biteiktiga f ir iN depart , inelat s .I(IIlo b e ncid4ressed 3 .. Srnig pe*ilueto, sutiuth Carolina. For good icasons National Presi tieti R. F, Duckworth, of the F m11 ' Unhion, hs Oalld off the cofttoni prico-mhing Imeotilig in Atl.anta calb-d for Anigust 2d. Said mie einlg to beC l04edV41 to comtil mielico in 'T'exn rkana, Arkansas, A I of September. From eve-ry quarter come.s re. orsl f the( oer gro.wthl of cotton af -111 w Which eIXperS kinow that tills oxtiaord ilily larg8o s1pply of vi r pro'(uictio tof stalk has beei maiin at t he exip.-Oiiso of t he frui i lini p lssibilitles of the ili d, there lore he flattring show of large stadlik in somo territor...

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. — 1 August 1906

-- si DAY MORNINO. Th ral Company. JUE. PROPs. ;ON, Em'ron. 1 Per Aunum. Rates Reasonable. ] - - -___ __ __ t tofico as Second Qlaws atter - 00UST 1, 1906. :- rnal precipitated a isteneary in this 4dets of this paper lcope of the county, * *rc ku and It is now re. b"o'es we siticerely (t ~rn. 1du B T. 'Alhua was invited e tewedf, v II a view to giving e pvos v w. ikldiing into nationri b ic A io try andwhip the Poo l.e 1 i liue 'nr the dispensary oople a day of a rdn aSinlc be L . n. j irvor this * "oach alko p Jik that, met y is a y today (WedneedaN his precedent, wiI ition of his other -g mainly of a coin - dispensary 9 it been no tito A 1nagoemont utiou; a11 0 ~ person' the g fas , o I . alone. onate, but 'Fes ho is a i the voters of .st, if not every a will alhow him so, tors and Rpresento I' -.1 A.. * (EARN' l . a of his (farnl jtgs, h[o .ohnrs in living expen. a' saved. That beoing t be too careoful about I ses. Very oftent a few steld, like buying seon il save soverni dolle' ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 1 August 1906

Happenings of Local and Personal Nature. -What Pre you. doing to push Pickeno to the top notch? -Rov. RI. Y. Allen of Tho:iaston, O'n. is on a visit to Mrs. E. A. Gil reath. -Mr.j. W. W. White of Anderson i, visi.ig her mo"'er, 1t. E. Thorn. ley, in Picker. -Mrs. 0. M. Abney, of Seneca, spent last week in Piekens witb her ' I'l 1,4 Ni t-, U )IJthe -hw rs. it. n. Olver and children, of Nashville, Tenn., who have bron on a visit to Mra. N. E. Thornloy, in Pickens, has returned home. -The state campaign meeting for Pickens county hns been - changed from the 18th of August to the 20th Everl body remember the change of dat3. -Dr. J. A. Cannon has bought a 300-acre farm from 0. L. Cureton, in the Porter-town section, five miles north of Pickens and will engage in trucking, dairying and stock-roising. -Ivy M. Mauldin has traded for the Anthony lot and brick building on Ann street. At present no change will bo made in it and the Sentinel + Journal will continua to be published thereat. -Mes...

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. — 1 August 1906

ac,, 7r L ier and' Chfo nic Constipation.' Pleasant to talo Pickei LIVING ON AN ACRE, 1oW It W1ou1111 110it the 5lMIn 4fn Ily 81114 Little Mon91e.l. A faililly, With a iiitlkSt ikoisI' SiIr' rounded by ait a'eve of gxni soit, evell where the work has to lbe, IeieIdllv~1 by n illbers of the fam ilty wih ao ore oc cupied duing the li hiour: of t he day it varotis occupti'n vill ])ro duce ulimat ev;'rything led in tihe famnily. Anl acre of grouniil thtmrouaglly well cultliid, witht a little (' ich ickel yard as 2n adjunct, wilt redutice Ia a Very innteiri way the ex(elsOis 01' tile fullily. Of c(orse nere lots are inpos.ibile inl Side of tLe city liinits or even verv Close Po the eily lhiits. h'ie pers seeking so large a lot inlust go to II consilderable dist a croin t!he bI ness centor. but the xteniol of elee riv lines enlables evei working pei tole to live at a conliderabli distanto froini their place of eniployment. A nui who earis !$2.50 to twice that muin ia day and whow tiaIs a ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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