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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 3 December 1908

1~ 1 , Ni F. I 14 V Im May decer,,y a for t one Whlid'.. nu .Shoes for Women a&t TH E CELEBRATED $04IO For Ladies is the Shoe for-Style and Comfort. Weiave them in. and will not allow them to lie sold unless they t. 2500 pairs o'MEN'S SHOES to besoldtit. Al'reliable and ce brands-DizierCopeland, Crossett a&dhe equally as good, $5 GREAT?COPPORThNI 200 Orignal Pattern Hats HuAled': pon the. Heads of the Hatless. 'The mo city at thy price. All worth more- noney---Arranged on fo.r tables at the remz Cloaks, Suits & LAdie' Readyto"Wear. Yet a little while -and the best ini Suits will have disappeared. Do 't de lay any longer. A few more Suity at $4.gd $A 9.98. The New Pr1rcess - Josephine Coat is thege of the fashionable. We present the coat for $7.50 to $40.00. O:TThis Store is .Operated on, a Spot Cash Basis, In a Cash Store each individual pays tlhe legitimate profit due on each pur, stubborn Iaet. Think it over. We want your business, we need yoysr business NWINN as DEPAR...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 10 December 1908

TP T T.T5 . -. 1% .M14 ml I" - # - -71 SEN" I R NatdAvMf ftem,' Ik~bU . a sod-OUNa Ma#w. Under Act of Oongrs of Marnh3t 1679. VOL. IXXVL *.- PICKENS,T. C., HURSDAY, DECEMBER 10 1908 NO *f Iterd rGobid fra How to Mix Ferties Clemson College, 8pecial.-Mr. T: . Reitt, chemist of the South Caro fta Experiment Statioi, has prepat -ed an article on "Home Mixing of Commmercial Fertilizers," a stpm mary of which is given herewith. As the time approaches for the farmer to procure his fetilizers for the next -Orop, the question confronts.. hiYn: 1ow can I get the maximum of the most, available plant food At the min -imum price t Although growing plants derive their food from soil, water and air, it is the fertility of -the soil that c.oncerns us in the appli .cation of commercial fertilizers. The -chief elements which plants derive from the soil are potassium, phospho rus, nitrogen, calcium and sulphur. 'The constant natural activities going -on in the soil furnish generally enough of. all ex...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 10 December 1908

Ricp eninIle1 Jourua Feisim., 3nvmar 11RIUA The.gentine14wna1 Qomppa lie. sonftOWAda1*~u TV0WPWN Wafty,Bromi J. L. 0. THOMPSON. ETrol. Subscription 61.00 Per Annum. Advertising Bates Beasonable. iltei*d at Pickeni Fstofface 5 3eoon0cam Mail Mauer PICKENS, 8. C. : BJESDAT. DECEMBER 10, 1908. ANOTHER MISSTATEMENT. -n its WatisU0e Easley Pro zress nisrepregentg the action of. .e town wunceJ1 of Pickens. rhat paper says that a special neeting of ouk cpuncil w" P.All, d and a tax of V per 44y W#0 010.n Mr: Q'D?911fgr9 doing bi= iness here; but, that paper dai. Inued, Mr. O'Dell is still doing iusiness there and has not paid he tax-thus insinuating that te was defying our town author ties, and who did not dare en pree an ordinance they had en cted. Now this is absolutely untrue, ,nd it places both Mr. O'Dell and jur town authorities in a fale Lnd unenviable light-the one ts defiantly disobeying the laws >f a municipality in which place -t was (loing business, and the uthorities with be...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 10 December 1908

Aki fas ti thoseIt.e ool bat arq so neeo - Icine for rubini bnr saws and harlds ket for the Solientiflo Oetting of Sweeps. ong RaRO and Can Handle 7' and Mcet V'you don't know what we can do, on GOOD WORK. Ask your neight or. who have been pitr< tiUG"JHES E PICKEN .STATEMENT OF T] .TTHE LIBEI .L&pAted at Liberty, S. C., at the REOURUES. Loans and Discounts..... . t.......59,80 88 Demand L4oans ................... ...... 5,17 50 Overdrafti ........ ......... ........... 699 75 Mon4s and Stocks owned by Batik -none. Banking House................. ....... 1,5m 83 Furuiture and Fixtures...... ....... 1,000 4 Other-Real Estate--ngne ... ... ....... Due front Banks and Trust Companies 16,994 35 Currency.......... .... ... ....... 1,25000 Gold .....-.--.--- ................ ....... 25000 8ilver and other Coin . ......... ...... 442 30 ,(hecks and Cash items 1500 -" t., --- . - - ............ 88W,840 00 .8TAfTE ovF0rOUTH OARO1INA, CO1-TY OF PICKHNS Hefore fe came I. C_ OiRLEY, Cashie...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 10 December 1908

-ompers Mitchdi and aon Convicted of ConteAipt. THE JUDGE SCORES UNION MEN. Declares They Have Openly DiAe4 The oourts.-Gompers Says .J Has Only Been righting the Bat tles of the Working Man-+-Unlog Men in Several Citiss Protest. Washington, SpeciAl. - Twelve .nonths in jail for Samuel Gompers, ?resident, nine months for John ifitchell, one of the vice presidents, md six months for Frank Morrison, -ecretary, all of the American Fed iration of Labor, was the sentence mpoted by Justice Wright, o4 the supreme Court of the District of Co umbia, for contempt of Court in eiolating an order previously issued enjoining them from placing on the "4 unfair'' or "we don't patronize'' Siut the Buck: Stove and Range Co., of St. Louis, Mo. All three of the defendants were in court. Notice of an appeal to the Court of Appeals, of the District of Columbia, at once was fiiled, Gom pers being released on $5,000 bond, Mitchell on $4,000, and Morrison on $3,000. With tears coursing down his own cheeks, ...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 10 December 1908

QRITTtN .3',( RLE3 APL. tM 'C.r,.. SAT before the biazing -hearth; the genial warmth of an open fire charmed me Into a beau tiful dreamland. Mem ory drew upon her abyssmal resources as I sat there, coaxed Into ar4 Wabstraction of exquisite pleasure., Voices! I haar voices, strange voices! They speak to me: The first said, ."A. year ago yoti promised, if your life was spared to you, that you would consecrate it to God.". ;The second ask'ad, "Hai God; to wliozi you mad' the promise, dealt with you as yOu have dealt- with Him?" ,Th4 third'. if.".Bu't- the fdurfth i'rtt be'sphid-fdO a -I I ..cried in agony, ii ' _o, rd.' T rl 0 Ft. in Their 'Teens, passed through the room in which I sat. Full of animal life and youthful gaiety they chltted saod joked and laughed; they were In.. a, whirl of pleasure. Suddenly one of them cried, "0! 0, my!" "Agnes," said hei-companion,- "what trouble You?" but Ellen could only repeat, "0, my!" At length she said, "I promised to spend one hour with God;- I...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 10 December 1908

i I jo ~ 4 ~ . -till \.- ,71 ~P 51"I K.ii r* - 4 Oabove, a..Wroha et tdak 0.y thI 2hoM jtlel 0 ot te VI .rhe e ; meu 2 w,W t u nto the Cit ers of t ehant louie Furnishigsi Rug,' etel John M. Waddill & Son umberi Oullding Supplies at etcWit Norgan and AusUin. Oregon Luibr 'Co. Millinery, etc. ,Williams Millingry Co. Novelties, Toys, etc, The, Ayers Co. Shoes, etc. Americin Shoe Co. 1-inmphrey-Ohilders Co. F. L. Mathis. Henderson-Asnmore Co. TRANSPORTATION to hwiththeMIts They want to make your aquaintance. ledona-puhase-of 425 worth -of goods. Thisamount r whole amount at one tine. You can divide it up and rour ticket for the last trip will be handed you provided Greenville will be paid railroad fare for one way. it scatter the $25:worth among all if you like. The se,As you rftako your purchases each merchant will iecretary and the amount of yotir round trip - raili'oa(J % pbers are firms of the very highest reputation. he Association over Smith and Bristow, corner of Main )ur Th...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 10 December 1908

r Spaid De;iti4 W ens on ihe 15th 4ad 0a pg r, sets,. or 400ware in elegant desigs a vi64e6prices. HL - a suniet school. havq. Vmas tree 'Prid ,e., 2 8at jibe a Ti A. Mauidin, who ha iNZ in Elber 'county has returned to his oldom( n4will farmint' PiCi6s. Ther( 8everal of mountain boyk W1 -4ng e0rt ;And-they.-arE r. B. .A. Srnm9ns, a 'pro ,gressive farmer of this -county, :vtydjto,the ?.-J. editor oev' i-riip- weighin ' U1-4 lbs. ey were the purp -top varie y and the seed were - planted on Ahe full moon in August. ,.Dr. Sam Weiner-the' famous Md popular oQui3t, 'will be at r4nral on Frfdv1y and SAturday this week. If you want )6ur ^Wes properly examined, and fit h: the best glasses known, .n Welner, thQ Russian rti r. L. N. Gosnell, near Grif church, has his home bright hed by the arrival of a fine boy. his is the kind of immigrants ur- state most needs.- Let old achelors bo taxed, to pay a pre ium for home-born babies-$5 or boys and $25 for girls. We direct especial attention to the...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 10 December 1908

son DELIWeIfWARtIANH ery Nagdom - Owe Ixecutivs of t69 Uasd i a Letter From the Jaj soperq Tea dering That Osm'iryto Or"tiude Yer the Renidft ef the ladus. -aty Incident to the 20=r Reb. lion. Washington, Speqial.-"Lo;g may our excellency enjoy good health -id happiness. May the American -people be ever blessed with prosper fity and peace, These are our heart flt wishes." The above are the sentimcnts . ex 1pressed in a letter from the 'late Emperor of China to President Roose 'welt, presented to him by Tong Shoa Ti, the special Chinese amabassador, thanking the United States ,for the: e :mission (if $14,000,000 of the indem nity guaranteed by China- for dam ages resulting frotn the Box'er /rebel 2ion. The Emperor's Letter. "'The Emperor of China to the President of the United States of America. "Gree'ting. Mr. President: China has always maintained the m'ost friendly relations with the United States since the establi.hment of in tercourses between the two countries. By taking the in...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 17 December 1908

-/t4 Entred April 23, 1903, atvciens, S,d ai Bcond-Class Matter, Under Act of Congress of March'3, 1879. VOL. XXXVIII. .iICKENS, S.C., THURSDAY, DEC MBER 17, 198. O, 37 State News of interest fron Various Sections TE TO BURN JAIL Aiken Negro Makes Attempt t( Escape. Aikon, Special.-Will Blackwell colored, was placed in the county jai Monday afternoon, charged with lar -ceny of live stock. The case is i rather peeuliar one. It is charge that last Thursday night Blackwel went to the place of Mrs. Alice La. rar, near Langley, and stole a mill eow. The cow was tracked for sev. eral miles the following day, bul when the trail was lost, Magistrat( David Bush was telephoned 'to 'ani asked to be on the lookout for th< - ow and the thief. A few minutei after the telephone message was re veived, Mr. Bush saw the cow and th( negro was leading her. He deputiz ed a constable to arrest him. Black well explained that he had com( across the cow in the 'road and that she had followed him off. He ...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 17 December 1908

VV~V. Q AN * ~WE ARE bi3trr The Mecca of Every Xmas Buyei Every 13th purchase of Men's Hats or Shoe No purchaser to be,informed of hit or h(r g MILLINEBY. Last Call for Pattern Hats. The season has advanced to its climax. The great tidal waves of reductions is overwhelming this department, submerging in it the -very depth of low pricer. A few more grand opportunities at $1,98, $2.98, $3.98, $4.25. Our Clothing Department. Presents the greatest opportunity of the season to buy just what you want at the time you want it and at the price you would like it. $5.oo Suits are being closed out regardless of profit. Suits $3.98 to $25.00. Original price $5-00 $35.00. This store is a member of the Retail 1erchin parties dealing with us will be entitle4 to all ti BUj4INA CASH DEPA G-ree WINTE 'eL Froml Now Till January 1st everything mentioned, it is true that n goods, and will be a treat to the buying and have the whole of winter to use th"e make such prices and turn the good s them over anot...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 17 December 1908

whitenman was arrsted Puens conSy this week ohargd with opera tig a blind iger. - Mis Florence o. wia, teaches at fWlsam Grove, N;0. cned school at EaRle's, N. C., last Mon Y. Cotton has declined to.8 .9 cents and some is sold every 4ay a that price. as farmers do not see m ob hope for any advance in price soon. y Th6re will bean ell-day singing at tie Gap Church the 25th day of De6embe,. Everybody invited to come and bring song books and well-filled baskets. Vootoz,---or saloon.easy terms, one bmuse avid ne acre lot, beautifully loca ted in the town of Calhoun, 8. C. Al. y to Mrs. Lea - I. Cochran, Senees, Moried, ou De. l8th Mips,Della Nor ris, of Sahley, and Mr. eh Riye, of the Crow creek section. Marriage occurred at the home of Mr. Pink Duncan, n, ar ' Enob church. Mr. D. H. Davis this week presepted the Sentinel-Journal editor with son e of the largest and finest turnips we ever temember seeing. One wodid make a mess for a smell family. LoST-A black yellow-tan colored hound do...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 17 December 1908

o Bethlehem~.aslumber amidst t IThose fair Judaean pastures, wi The prayer of Priest and Prophe Dost hear, in dreams ecstatic, th( Dost see in wondrous vision, the IThe star-led Magi, speeding, their Dost see the Mother bending w 'O'er-that incarnate. Saviour- the ZOheart~dost-hear the story: .So weary with the vigil that hur Dost know that thou dost shell .The Son of God incarnate. and 'And as the star illumined The V Thy life may guide all wanderer O Bethlehem, awaken I 0 Hear jhis is the_Advent Glohous..the Aft- TH E rRY BOKK ADED was %the book keeper, for it had been a wearisome day in the oTlIce. An almost constant hum, hum of voices, and footsteps going in and out, and accustomed as he was to it, nolse grated on the bookkeeper's nerves, for It was near the close of the month's business, when the trial balaice would be on, and the balance of the year expected. He was tired, brain tired, nerve tired and soul tired, and the long rows of figures seemed instinct with life, little d...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 17 December 1908

Rr rW,~ N, By MAA HE, with her- sweet young. 9ntltuiasm, - told ti of - the first ' ristInastide -of - he'Christ Child cradled in the manger'because there was no room fifftbe inn; of the Christmas carol of Ve" and goo4 will sung by the an geI to the shepherAs watching their 1100 by night. Clarice's face was raot; her, eyes adorjlkg. Of all the teachers in the. Sunilay-school, none was so lovely as hereown Miss Maud. She was certain that .the Christmas angels had the sanA shining yellow hair. Did they AW wear those fqscinating gold hairpins, too? One was slipping out from the soft fluff over Miss Maud's left ear. '4If only she dared tell ber! But that morning she had asked the awful privilege of holding Miss Maud's muff -a rich sable with a beautiful bunch of violets fadtcned to it-and there was no courage left for further Inti mate speech. Suddenly the spell was broken, and Clarice turned with angry jerk from the object of her worship, and fiercely scowled at an inoffensive little g...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 17 December 1908

J.L.O. TQM P 8eriptin 1.00 Per ii& ug Edu71-7 Uatsred at Ptnmens Fetofcmoe ewet0 4& Mail Matter PICKMNS, S C. 7 TUPSDAY, DECEXBIR 1, 1.98.* ON TO GREENVILLE. The wide-awake and enterprising m* chants of Greenville are manr sarenu. ous efforts to control their full shar of the trade of Pickens and all warrounding country. To this end a number of lead. Ina houses in that city, representing tha dierent lines of trade, haVe purzhas, 4 a half-page in the Sentinel-Journal, in which they propose to refund the ro%nd tlp railroad fare to any penon liv a; within a radius of forty infles of ,at city and purchasing goods to theamount of $25 from one or more of the hovaes enumerated in their announcement and all of which are known to be eiable and first-class establishments. And in order that the readers of our Iper uay know the apecial inducement they can offer. a number of the most enterpniwirag firms have separate and coIW,00alk ad vertisements in our paper. W&4 t*m carefully, and...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 17 December 1908

C~ H 4% NOV t~ D TH ..Is close at haDd' In about five wee " be ringing. Santa Claus will.'b4 codh a4 ChrIa mas Ti.eswill be talked bf to,'&d, NOW ISmEIvT' To begin getting ready for it, and OUR &TOR Es th Place to Begin. We think As More Select, and of a Creater and Better Quality, than ever befere. We have tried io profit by out six yeard experi ence in buying this class of goods. and feel that we can show you a stock that .will pIeose you and one that we are proud of. Our stodk com priseisuch line Is'all kinds of ois, Toys., Vases, Cups and Saucers, Cake Pla.tes, Salad Bowls, Shaving Sets, Toilet Sets, Manicure Sets, Jewel Cases, Hand Bags, Purses, Albums, Mirrors, Out Glass, China, Bibles 4nd many others. We ,have a much better line of SILVERWARE ihan ever before. Do not fail to see us. We,are anxious to show you and have you visit our store. / )PICKENS DRUG O.0 A. K PARK, W est En'd. - .-ege n-i -1e, . Dry, Goods and Shoes. We are now ready for Fall and Winter business, ...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 17 December 1908

-.jrE .REV,D C - I_rewe: Chiestei'ton's. rery '$Pw York C d D. ., the pestoi of theV t .Aeaue Eautist Chui-ab, preachod -i nWs PulJI Sits'day His subjtct Wa --How '.r (h'StOAd6A -- Dlscovre4 n,3 la nil.' lie toolvtor hls text Mat ney 11:2 andH 29,"_Will give. you est." "Ye shi find rekt.int your ma Com unto Me all je that ave weary and heavy laUn aMfg I will ivo You rest. rale M,oke upon :on and leni of Me, for.l**m Meek -ad lowly in heart, and ye^'Ahall fnad Nest unto yir souls," and4aild: This is Christianity's frit invita tion to the world. ,. It applies the test of universal religon. For the test of Univeral- religion is not in the num Zers of those who accept it, but in the Varieties of men and women who ac cept it, and whose needs it meets and atsfies. This invitation has been accep-el by every kind and condition of mn and women throughout the whole of the human race, and every type of character, every circumstance of need has responded to this invita Abon. The men and women w...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 24 December 1908

-. PK ""T 17Pf'l THI E TIS r?7SN1;J.L J(JE Nil Entored April 23, 1903, at Pickens, 8. 0., as Becond- ass Matter, Under Act of Congress of MArch 3 1879. VOL. XXX VIII. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1908. NO 38 THE TOBACCO TRUST Declared to,Be a Combination in Restraint of Trade AND IT SHOULD BE OUTLAWED United States CircUit Court of New York Hands Down a Decision Which Declares the American To bacco Company an Illegal Combina tion in Restraint' of Trade. New York, Special.-The decree of the United States Circuit Court in the government's suit against the Ameri tan Tobacco Company and others, which was filed, declares the Ameri ean Tobacco Company, the American Snuff Company, the R. J. Reynolds Company, Pierre Lorillard and the Blackwells Durham Company a mono poly and engaged in an illegal com bination. The decree restrains these holding companies from engaging in foreign and interstate commerce un til competition between them is re stored. The decree denies the re vership ...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 24 December 1908

FR,EE T1OI Al From Any Stat ion with MANY WILL TAF to do their trading in the cit3 range Ask for Rebate Book at the I China, ,lass, Crockery, etc. Gilreath-Durham Co. Cloehing, Gent's Furnishings, etc. R. Endel. J. 0. Jones & Co. L, Rothschild. Smith & Bristow. Greenviile Clething and Shoe Co. Dry Goods, Notions, etc. J. Thos. Arnold Co. Hobbs-Henderson Co. Barr's Dry Goods. W. R. McAlister. R. L. R. Bentz. Maxwell-David Co. Buchanan-Scott Co. C. D. Stradley Co. H. H. Griffin. Here is the plan by wl The retail mrchants of Greenville are proud of tl Ience this offer. Those living within forty miles of may be bought at any time within three months fron suit your convenience, but when the full amount of $2 $you live within f_r1y miles of Greenville. Those com Note speciall that the total amount noed riot be sr plan is simple. Just ask for a rebate -book at the fme enter the amouuts in this book. When the total of A fare for one tri: will be refunded to you. COME TO GREENVILLE T...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 24 December 1908

Rd$, eAtR148A The arnme brlla will rh "Mm Pickens duflng the holIays. Born to Mr. and Mrs. R. . Davis, of -Pickens, on the 20th instAtt, a flue boy. Miss Janie Griffin, of Greenville. is on a visit to her sister, Mro. H. M. Hest r, An Pickens, Supervisor E. F. Loopar is suffering, with inflammtory rheumatism In his right knee and leg. Bailey 0. Ikobinson ha j at received a view lot of nice thules which he will let .go real cheap during the holidave. Miss Ina Boggs, the charming daugh. ter of our popular clerk of court. A. J. Vogge, is visiting relatives at Calhoun. An artiule fiom "B" and one also from "Old Riddle" are crowded out t,is week 1butt will appear, along with other good articles. in our next isue. Congressman .Wva'tt Aiken has gotten - bill'paised allowfng Mr. Abe Mf. Maul 'din4185 fcr a h )rse taken from him by, Wedmnd 66ldiers during the war. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. W. Peek, of Macon, are -spending the holidays with th .tamiiy of their son J A. Peek, manager -of the Ilkens H...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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