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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 18 May 1882

,iz MAo8,18.wO 13~~ -." . .XT.NO 2 'T, 'WI DEVOTID~ w ToXLT(S.iORALITY,9 UDUVATION ANID TO THIS QIENAJJ 114TEREST OF THlE COUTY By D.F. BRDLEY 00.PICKENS. S.-.,i THURSDAY.. MAY 189 1882.VO1 lNC Sthe i I~ Miu I~ 4.)atO0 b9uh ro., ar ~oher from Spar b ny revival in the St. church at Anderson, eon, Who are put in the city prison y olie are set to work on "'rock n .-public view . on one of the athoroughfares. et. Martin. of, Anderson county, S. n 6PI iade from one-piue tree on his place %20 feet of straight edge lumber and 40Q foet of rough edge lumber. St. Luke's Hospital has been incor peated at Jaclssonville, Fla. Mrs. Al.. eAnder Mikkell, wife of the promin. ent Milwaukee railroad man, is the Pres iden. A correspondent of the Fredericks. .Iburg Star says thati he counted off the shore of "Thq Neck," King George county, Va., ninety vessels engaged in takig'oysters. In Macon, Ga., the little two. year old boy of officer W. W. Henderson was found dead in bed. It had slipped between the...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 18 May 1882

tton, 1.Ojer annum, for lx ut!atj strictly in advance. i. snsertod al one - dollar per A uch or less for the first insertion 40its for eaeh subsequent insertion. diacoant made tp merchante and other, -. ingfor six mont/h or by the jeer. bvtvary Notices and nibutes of Rcepet r~edfvr as advertisemente. - 4noumeiy Candidates (we dolnart, in ad e Abbeville Press aid Banner and - the Sentinel. he Abbe Ille Press and Banner of the "lust., complains that we misrepresen ied in our. comments on the following paragraph taien from that journal: W'e believe that all Americans are true to our forms of government, and that no nat-ter who mnity win the offices, our liber ties and our piotection in the. pursuit of life, 11berty and happineed Is vouchsafed." The Presa aad Banner assigns to the Vreenwood Arg, for its criticisms, "the orAtolos pleasure'thnt one sometimes re SIttns fron the covert attempt to do a eil hb6 an lnjary, ' but says of us, "when Vens SENTINEL does the same thing, 0 aLL :lossk...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 18 May 1882

wher6 ~.4be ~kIb i ast Tbinaelay No .71.7, . ,Wb dilfted out dry ladand loit. 114 t shingteshavo been- blown be~ ourt House The County 4400ssloners should have them aoe before the building is dam. p hqg houses are badly re" 1wd Iq Pickens. If anybody is 0 vj)est, in this way, we ont they would receive a ndsome interest on the mon. a hVoted. lsIaggIe Duant, of Colleton sister of .Tudge Durant of tlW& Iaqe, is on a visit to her broth 1P, iyand will remain with tem Aring the Summer, We irus a Durant may find her stay *Onont t us pleasant and agreeable. We regret to learn that Mrs. R. A. Child has been quite sick for some time past. W' hope she may soon betrstored to heal th. The weather for the past week 1has been cold for the seasob of the yeJr. Fires were kept up nearly all he6o time. and thrse who had pulled iff their winte flannels were obliged to put them back on again. The tarmerA say it is good for wheat and lats, but bud on cotton. Frost was seen near this place on atMonday...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 18 May 1882

oWf nezothing but WWalittle ol~i most rapidlyis won obloral hydrate and ab 3etr to exert a innla widerange vo=T of nitrogen one gallon of 7 uals one pound of lean meat. from the leaves of the pinea 0lant resembles jute, and Ay,itis bt be utilised in manufactures. Ewo -has been found in the human 1 - er, the liver and musoles of the ox, 3 n egg, wheat, barley and corn, Tsa re& at which aqueous vapor is liven off by plants is more than one and quarter ounceser square foot of leaf surface every tw ve hours. Tan retina of the frog, afwtf bein re moved from the eyeball and bleared in the unlight, will, if placed in the dark Brst turn yellow, then buff, and lastly rose-red. PatnoLIWx has been used as fiel on board steamers. One tank of oil, situat ed at the remote end of the ship, would hold fuel suflicient for a double trip. Tan hell-bender of our Western rivers -the largest American salamander breathes entirely by means of its skin which, to expose more surface, is greatly expanded,...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 25 May 1882

49 0 -J .4 T DVOATWON ND 1O TRE WENERAL INTRUST OF THE COUNTRY. DeFle BRADLEY & 0s THIRSDAY, MAY 25, 1882. VOL XI. NO c6. o 044tl ie 4General h f athe Butle any ~ep when sin intervieweroni 0 Brewers' Convetion as 'led' -at the National Capital, do. gainst all parties who bavor ox seems to be having his about politioa matters in Pennsyl. Wawik.It Is pretty hard to dethrone 6#I.old fellows. OD and Sarikey didn't like London iad herefore refused to enter into a con. traot wth heir religious people for the sal~ation of souls.- London, however, is not entirely lost, :7 lton predicted for May, cold and Whusually wet. We do not mind know ing in advance how the weather is going Iobe, bit we would like to have a better .-eteorologioal manager. im report of "thirty lives lost" by the burning of the steamer Rodgers was a grave telegraphic blunder. The re. port wa written " no lives lost" and the O"W -transmitted as "80." .T WsT we are., glad to note that fhere will be some fruit this year....

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 25 May 1882

cI~ption, $1.50 per annum, ./r six 4&ents;, strictly in advance. sanents inserted at one <dollar per one (uch or less for t he first -in-irer tio n cents for eaek subsequent Insertion. h~ ~ maisontnde to merchants -and others 4ejising for six months or by the year. aitary NStimes and Tributee of Respyect Aargedfor as advertisements. neuncing Candidate five dollars, in ad NeWspap6r Change. 1ol T. Stobo Farrow has sold the Stpar, tanburg Herald to Mr. Rt. J. Daniel, and purchased a half Interest in the Gaiffney. -Carolinian, and will soon assume editorial ananagemaent of that paper. AMr. Daniel after 1putvhaising the Hlerald, sold a half herest to Juimn W. Cavis,9 who assumes tditarial management of the H1eral. We wish ad the parties abund-nt. succesa in their several new posiios The Republicants endeavoredl onl Bat orday Ilst to bring up in thie IHouse the contesited eleollin case fromn the Second District of k7 0h16 State, Mlacky vs. Dibble, but were toiled by the Democrats, ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 25 May 1882

t thet rt i adiera@n ~n the Iandlod g to e a tn thaI Miss 0144otte wurph of our town, is * uwit 4 billow fever. 44 "b eonging to Mr. Pintok honked to death last wuek o At piece of bread. Oo6. convenes hero .the Orst S ionday I.n next month. Judge rowley will presid'o. A regular camping mountuin ex iiudstion from this pllaoo is tadkod of during the summee. Mis": Mamie Wilkinson of Pendlo ton hb.taviig with' hor sistor, Mrs. Jewis, o' f Li plae, aid wil3 nitLcnd ur' High School. Wo wero pleased to meet Dr. F. Miles, of Grcenvillo,. l otr town aimst week. The Dr. wi fortnerly u citizen of this place and has mana-y Iiends -here. Mr.*. A. Bowen killed a .dog ta aTIS h1110-40 13-tt week, 0hiCI ho feels 'onaifdent was mad. The oase of. John T. Cantrell f'r n violation of the Internal Revenue ltmai, was hea d by Commissionor Ti'hornyo.y last Saturday. The pvi Aencebeing udficient, ie was bound over for trial in - the United States Court ta Greeaillo next August. (O. P. Bar'rett, E~q.. has r...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 25 May 1882

KK 4 4 "SS th - ~ ~ it U au the~gt *, ad the foroakng 4 ason tnh =Ain - ul e4ep again. '26t0tehing, oh I my brother, asrt an well as mines * ot telleaeh other, S-o,.or divine I 6660p and guarded truly, r m Inen but known to God. row Red duly, on-"tan's rod. ,6r ever scourging ah d61Peend burning scar; S urg ing ctim to despir. ,he secret thoughts and passions, e tio$d in eaoh bosom deep; g with each fleeting fashion) ow no rest, and seek no sleep. C .* , with stern and rugged features SattlingK with life's cruel tide; eikle fortune's jaded creatures a Rfkiess what shall next betide, PMs along with looks defiant, 0 Proud and stubborn as of old- d Will not bend the knee suppliant To the world so proud and cold. Children with their smiling faces, W Full of innocence and glee; 0 Tpes of virtue's sunny graces, d Merry, happy, blithe and free, Also join the long procession Ever passing on the street, Happy in the fond-possession, I thelove of all they meet! a&d of face and consciouo-s...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 1 June 1882

By, A . BRADLEY & 00,PCESa C -THURSDAY JUNE 118 O .1XI. . ,. .N O.i37. DUOTED TO rOLITico, ZOALITY, BOUVT10N AND TO THE GENER L INTERES r OF TILE COU TIY. 0,00o b k maxsestate is S worth $190,M0. ' .f the par4oA of- Sergeaul nn A ggret of 550,00( rprm is operating in por. inaois doing serious damage 01nal opening of Garfield House, *Mking girls, in London, was a ADsoNj condemns the rQyied of the Niew Testament. He does 0"g ad everything. to make the Wdlike him. anWanno afraid or is the Commit on Foreign Relations afraid? The UAstigation into the Peruvian afair is ~Oagdrawn and decidedly dry. MMSin thirtoezJ, to which so much -il sVuperstition is attached, has been 0 limed to respectability by the sur 0va of thirteen of the crew of the Aonnette expedition. losPUs America must give place to Australia, whose colonies are the t#ohest, per capita, in theworld. Among *their possessions are 8o000, 000 sheep, to a pulation of only 8,000,000 souls. Tau Supreme Court of Indiana has aMdere...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 1 June 1882

Y4 n, $1-50 per annum, for sir cents; trictly in advance. o4esuents Inaerted at one dollar per -Ofone iuch er less for the firet iertion $ cents for earh stybeequent insertion. Sbeta? LLicount made to merchant. and others *^Nwtiiip for six months or by the year. V Obatuary Notices and Tributes of RCspect redyrew adeetiemento. Announcing Candida te ive dollars, in ad I t nce. We ask every Democrat in Pickens Coupfy to read carefully the stirring, pas telotJo address of the .County Democratic Exteutive Commit h e in this issue. It point s out very clearly the duty of- every Demo orat in the County. Let all heed It. We ask every Democrat in Pickens Coun ty to inform us either persoually,, or -by letter or postal card, his preference for Governor oftSoutl' Carolina at the next election. We desire thi.-s information for a good purpose and hope all who may see &his will respond without hesitation. The Democrats are t ill filibustering on the case of Mackey vs. Dibble of this State. Th...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 1 June 1882

or anone t talke, or alk engeords -from the k,6well kpown for 1P sJsman orf Roghester, N. a14 enty, apd 05 years $6ibsen a fino spring for tram-s Ithig sweetIpotaLoe vines, a trop sould noteng'etd omking bird sits 1 the shado -ge osmid -at uresidente evvry mid oing most cheerfully. He every spring and to a wei d change of advertisement of shr.Hortotf, Brown. Anvy onie tu ned of Cotton Gins, &o., should ill them. There 'was white froist in some aectiones of this County on the mor'n. ing ot tho 23d ult. Mr. Vonnoi 'i p)redictionis htvo hit, the mark ono time, and we mark it to his credit. Miss E.itelle, daughter of Judge 12. J. Joiner of Toxarkana, ArIcat vaim, .and M.ss IHnrre Childes of Mempdbia, Tennessee, are visiting ihe family of Major Ambler, of this CountIy, who are related to them. Dr. f.I'. Field has prepared an airticie onk he cure of hydrophobia for publicotioh ir the SNriNINFL, and we regrot that it, hani been crowded ou, of thi isisue. it will appear tiext, week. Mr....

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 1 June 1882

Wu to ma e%-is tee, tsett sha11a longe bey self shall be no mor% world itstlf shall not survive, eb shallg sah into nix, 2'e woA shall birn in irch from heaven T4e wfrld shall end as su:e a fate, in 1688. The world shall and, if rhyme's a sign, In 188. The world can't possibly come to an end in 1890, for there is no rhyme to let it die on. But certainly to an end 'twill run, in 1591. Public Opinion. Men of any character can not escape the praise or blame of public opinion. Every public deed invites judgment, and it usually -lls, forth expression. What we do or say, if. it have vitality beyond our own organism, goes before the court of public opinion for trial. Sentence is passed either for, or against. Nature has so endowed us with con science that we are not indifferent to the character of the sentence. Only the shameless depise the opinion of their follows. Public opinion is generall7 correct-after a time. We must give it time to think. It will not, except it be raised or lowered ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 8 June 1882

p, ' a R#A1~ITr A Vv s fthe out hepAre said to be the a illbokFla.county ti Meill at Charleston, nawilise a capacity of hleand *ill cost sm500,. ratio Thompson, for more ilfA -, J7,Years a trustee of Washing eUnversity, died, SAturday U ingtonaVa. W.0 .ond, a inerchant of Wynnto r olntmbus,Ga., committed uicid ednesday by stabbing himself'to death liladruik. . fthns has 128'newspapers and pe Jdicals, epsisting of 110 weeklies, 8 0, semi-monthlies and 2 nmonth "Aando ".Jackson has brought suit ganst the Louisiana Lottery Company or $178,000, alleging he has spent $89 00 withi the past four years in the -wpurchase of tickets. On the outskirts of Little Rock they have a'enuine case of leprosy. The ctim Is a negro named. Elijah Turner. Is skin is turning f rom black to murky white, and his flesh i dropping off in S&Ispots fromi nblfy.2 onh To pro :akmanufactrn i h So'' autiprfbe the La brught (sa.. Esprte sys heTropLotty Cmiplno thato $plac00, al just h close n t $rstyea 0withpit th...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 8 June 1882

iyin advaor flME( tigtU al otae adollqr pi r of o ck i or leesferke Arst inerrlioe cente flor eaeh e.ubaeryuent insertion,. made to nierohavtts antd othere p r six months or by the year. eNtce and Tribute of Respect vilW advertisements. anc Oandidates fie dollars, in a. To Correspondents. s ontrary to newspaper regulatione oublish articles in commendation of can tes unless paid for as advertisements. Ve are careful to write no editorial that would in the least Indicate our own prefer enoe for any candidate for a County of fine, and cannot permit others to do so un loss they pay for it. Of course, we, like all other voters, always have our prefer enoe, and my express our opinion individ, ually, but we cannot permit. the free use of oatr columns to advance the person-d or Volitical 2intvrest o' any one. We hope all understand us and none inay feel aggrieved vhen their communications endorsing or roootnmendinig any parti icular candidate . toesl not appear in oier col-Amns. New Countie...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 8 June 1882

AA, r b~n '~ ~4~~l~d recently. ~ T.~ (oinemhore has been $] knA. 0 ile is jusatocov h * *010n mhankN to tho ' Adelphi loaM , bt FGi-tan 0nivereity tii..atioin to attend its thirty . aiversary Jane 20th inat. lb discirlption we have ever slow iman was that he oU w "00Wto g'e out of his own .01"d. wioat watas harvested in ihis #nty in May. We do nout romeua ofeve knowing-whoat Out this in tihe tJounty beoro. i. Irani,, of Cen tLral, frolght Sutir oin Clh Air aise Railroad, hit em broken at Greenville on day last wl1lle attempting to speear.. eo o of young mnlo of this op ca'rid a biscuit to Secona hwitl thun lastunday. Their -otmher should fi them01 up a reguui - See in11u1le notico of G. W 7 Howon in aio..hr colu 1. Mr. Borwn-iopresents a frst c S Con any, is a first class man himselfI and Wigll insure your property7 reas~ oniably. Call on him at Easley. The~ grave yard at Secona church has grown up in bushes, briars and 'eiods until it is diffl(en1 to pas ab )t tlnamongst tit he gra...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 8 June 1882

PC.. la a b &To) tdplqs *afvers ~1e d piozta 4t yumber of festaate ~ro noe of Mendsa,~~o~~b - nt1U 3 immnzes~ p~ o ba eo wrriter that M VI Ift soWO times 8c three stages of i each i y the a n of a new toria d instrument. E n4r -OPiuA alkaloids do not =63 menad ObMnIL. Ax a ti ,~ ftld man is specially sensitve to i 'e, while animals are onliy affect- -N i when adminIstered m large * 4 uNCR naturalUt has shown that one-sixth Mlimetres in length$ b 6omplete anatomioal orgazima. b mouth, stomach, aliment - akin, and even a well-defied i dsystem. G i far more widely distributed h -Iaf formerly -supposed. Man ontain it in appreciable quan ~1 "ll a Virginia god mine, $160,000 - of pure gold was recently taken a behce of three square feet. IMP., H&RATING, of the Univrsitof of -.Utrecht, made some years ago, mesmerie phnents on fowls, pigeons and rab If the experiments wre seveial times repeated On the same animal its nerVOus system was much shaken. biervations on light yield result ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 15 June 1882

.'t P 44)1 D 'OLITJW, Z0KRALITY, UVOUC~tlON AN'D' TO THlE 081f I iL INTrET OF TABE OOU ~1Y y D. BRADLEY & 0- PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, JUNE 15t 1882 VOL f 6t1 Qolina the to the acre. O-Cannot: pay her 6ompysly has shut "d I Sto kes county, N. 0., told for $65 per hun e county, N. 0., has two Oot Z ries in operation and five in r onstructon. - te of Florida peaches sold in 9rk at seventy-five cents apiece. ' 1, 'undred tea plants set out by .-Oner L Duo at Enterprise, 5. ar doing finely. %Flrtida will experiment in the gaow * fichona trees, from the bark of 'V.hichquinine Is made. t drying establishment on a ge seale is to be started at Greensbor o South-Carolina. Vicksburg girls have organized a bid of "sweet sweepers." This is the st Southern craze. ligator hides have become in such deulaid that many alligator farms are being started'in Louisiana and Florida. 'The peo [e of Aberdeen, Miss., are largely e4perimenting in silk culture. The wormrs are fed oi osage orange leave. The...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 15 June 1882

o*, *1. per aaws, Jbr six ediSt; e fietly in advance. e0,e tuserted at one dollar per pnes iuch or lee. jbt the $rtt haeertion heis for each subsequent ineertion. discount mride to merchants and others gfor iix monhs or by the year. ukry Notice# and Tributes of Rcspeci Pr d8 advertisements. asunciW gantattsi o dotars, in ad It should be remembered that the Dem oafatio Clubs throughout the County are directed, by the County Executive Com. miftee, to meet. on Saturday, the 17th inst., 4or the purpose of electing delegates to the Count'y CO.vnven'ion. Such clubs as have not alveady reorganized will do so on that. day. Every club should send a full dele: gation, as the question of the mode and time of nominating County candidates, the election of delegates to the State and Con gressioaal Conventions besides, perhaps, ether important business will be consider. ed.- It. is therefore important that each olub should be fully represented by its best County Bonds. With the June collection of ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 15 June 1882

t~ demen 7 ~ ~W&* '4Odeon's ' bet'ter Ua104AtioN..-The e, fi qi .Of Sc booi at this t ~* os Wedesday, rfi4 aerO4eie will com-. Oe o'loek P. M, We are U0 0W tX end Ian iinvtation to Publ0 generally to begresent She 'bevatiion,. paty of young lade1 recent ly la ted. one of our bachelor laWyers a dI oflice PA upon discovering tbe dirty and dilapio4ated condition Wthis window cur'ain's, tore them down, went and purchased calico, ma~de him a now set and hung them Up or him. W6 now look for him: 'to como down from the imaginary eleated poiltion 'of bachelordm d O. the happy band of bonediots., The amount of taxes collcted by he County Treasvurer on the first nstallmont this yoau is as follows: S ote, 1I 0%15; County, $1,748.59; Ialle ,$2,797.25; School, 6099.88; -P il, $92. *f otal, 6 ,998.39. Dis.--Moses Rendricks, aged 74 -yedra, idied'at his- residence in' th' eastern part of this County, on Saturday, the 8d instant. Mr. Hien dricki had been a great sufferer from paralysis fora nam...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 15 June 1882

rx P abrev tro love. th wille NomaJ 0o mxee bluee A.. mosk at ctmtn , tbat if the entire thought a to each mintite, the bread burgedor heavy; t linen fha o n to this seado I t f pracical examples : Irs. j Asures na she wrote "Uncle a Obin" while attendng to her - arion arland erhuorlne), wift of the pastor the Tirst Oon tional Ohurh, In Springfield 0 planned the archittecture of their n hom and, although she had momasd a fortune by her pen, she arecent guest as "a 1 model ifher." While her in~ adorn the walls, and the fur re corated by her own hands, is the crown of her home, sheis queen, and she Uffirms X ,*ore a woman knows the better keeper, wife and mother she cau "e.'With all these occupations she has i ~ of forty young men in ier hue Sunday-school, which numbers Rose Terry Cooke, in her old-fash. Soned country home, at Winsted, Conn., is equally famonoi as a ook and a poet. She not only writes charming poems about her garden but is up before sun -ise to work in i Her roses are...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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