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Pickenls Senltinl1-Jollnll
* Yti.IsH!ED EVER Y t IsIISDAY MoIRNIN(1.
The Sontinol-Journal Company,
TirOMiPs,'N & ICu II.Y. I'Io's.
J. L.. I). 11IT lM P'SO N, 1":IIt.R
lbscript ionl ;1.00 Per An1um1.
Advertising Rates Reasonable.
ute,red at Pickens I',stoflee a:- Second (;lass
Mall Matter
1'ICKENS, S. C.:
'THiltS)AY, MARCH 2.4 1907.
March 20th was the hottest on
:record for the date in Charleston and
Atlanta.
Officers captured a blockade still
on the very top of Glassy Mountain
in the dark corner.
A fire in the Atlantic refining
works at Point Breeze, Pa , done over
11,000,000 damage.
A thief burglarized the depot at
Belton, S. C., and secured a number
of express packages.
Several Italians were killed and
others injured by the collapse of a
building in Cincinnati, 0.
Joshua Harrison, on trial at Eliza
k'eth City, N. C., charged with kid
napping and murdering the nine
year-old son of former State Senator
Beasley, was found guilty.
Two colored women were shot t ,
death by a mob near McKamie, Ark.
They were charged with using a ra.
'.or on a white woman and her
daughters and kicking her son.
The weather bureau at Washing.
ton predicts that the hot spell will
be followed by several weeks of cool
weather. :It was snowing in tl e
New England states on the 24th inst.
T'he cotton crop for th+i year 1906,
according to final census report as
sent out from Washington, March 20,
was 13;290,677 bales as against 10,
725,602 in 1905, and 113,697,310 for
1904.
The lining of the new furnace of
the Woodward Iron Co. at Wood
ward, Ala.,. fell in and hundreds of
tons of brick and mortar buried the
workmen. Five are known to have
been killed,
'T welvo- thousand .people paid 10
cents each bo visit the Jamestown
Exposition grounds la'st Sunday.
Thiree thousand men were working.
It is expjected the buildings will all
be completed for the ophning A pril
26th.
A posse0 is in hot pursuit of a no
grio n)ear Fairmont, Gau., for attempt
ed assault on the wife of former
Mayor James Colvert. Hie entetred
the house and demanded $50. On
being refused be seized the lady but
she broke away and ran for assist
ance. The negro then cut the throat
cfa baby and escaped. Heo will be
Vynehed if ca~ugh t.
The Hiendersonv~ille Hustler states
that M. (3. and (3. F. Tonms have just
received a cheek for $976 25 for tht ir~
crop~ of ginsong raised on) a patch of
ground 50x70 feet on .J ump-Off
mounItaint. We should take that
story with a grain of stalt, but we
know that the Messra. TJoms tire reli.
able men, and the Hustler can be de -
pended on. So we belipv-o it.
l"oley's Honey aind] Tar cures the
m ot obs tiate coughs and( expels the
C old from the~ system as it is mildly
hr Xtive. It iS guaraniit(eed. Do not risk
1 a k intg tany buet thce geniio in thie vol-'
t o wv packntgo. Par~kins PhIaitrmacy, Lif>er
te sidi s from chrie conut ipttio n, wvh i'.b
is qmhliky cuired by Dr )i'Vqvsne i1i.
P.il Is. TheIiy remove till poti'sonous gerirt
fro mn the system ande infusei 10 ie'ai
vig or,(jj~( cure our itomatctht, naniat, head
ichi o, etziness and cohie, withut grip-.
ig or discomfiort. 23c. Gutaraniteed by
Pick 1ns Drug Co.
A cold is much more easily enre l
wvhent the howels aire opem-'d. Kennedy's
Lixt]ive 1 oney' antd Tar o'pens the hojw
els antd drives the c'old oeut of the 5stemt
in younmg or old. Sold by Pickens'Drng
Co.
Grippe or Influenza,
to cAl it, is one of ti
diseases known.
* .~ Sco t's Emzet
Liver 0 and Hypophos
gested form, is the great
known to medical science
It is so easily digeste
the system, making new
and strengthening nerves
Use Scott'.s E
Influenza.
Invaluable for.Cou,
ALL DRUGGISTS: 5
JUST AR_
A-R
V19n MURTi. I=
aMI I$ w.4
As you can see they have jus
are the advance guard for Spring
We are some hendsome~ and
Wholesale anid Re
WVe have just rceCived:t three c~
of Hlay. Wec also have a fuRL st<
Chops, P>ran, Shorts, Oats and coi
Cole Guano Distribu tors and Cott
you money by b)uying !&om us.
Phone or wxrite ns. Your ord<
tention.
G ARRISON Wj y A'j
OR C A N I ZE D
LIBERITY
L.1HimTY,
DI R ECTC
S Accounis of Merchnants, Farrmers, F2irms, I
Caiwful mnangement, andl( liberal treatmnen
whichever you like
Le most weakening
Dn, which is Cod
phites in easily di..
est strength-builder
cl that it sinks into
blood and new fat,
and muscles.
tnul,rion after
rhs and Colds.
o. AND $1.00.
- LCNVES
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.XX.
t arr.ved Irom the train and
an Summe stle.
nobyefecs.Beatth
~tail Dealrs th in an
Ald Suinw.-. styles.
rnoads offecFs.ur a the
>cyoaCtto CodMel
'0. WeC sell the. celebrated
on Planters. WeT~ can save
~rs will receive pIromplIt at
tours for business,
T ( (;oMPAN:71
?"ocut hi CaroHmJIji.
1901.
II, C.0Sunua:v
S. C
11( II(lVidiflE000,C00(1
ton00,.
3et a Move on Y(
And buy your DRUGS, ST AT
and TOI ET ARTICLES fr<
BOLT andi
7p-to-Date Druggists, i
Dr. Earle's old stand
W. E Freeman
"AT TIE OLD STAND.
We have opened a nice stock of GENERI
)ISE consisting of
Dry Goods, Notions, 1
Shoes, Groceries, Hard
nd we have bought of these goods the very
Lffords, and we have bought them right.
We ask your inspection of our stock and v
ell you when you see our goods. There is r
>rag up our stock-just come in and inspec
)ut of you is a call. If our goods don't sui
rou to buy.
We are thankful for the patronage that
1iven us and we feel confident that the quali
>ir prices and our fair treatment will makc
and steady customer.
Come and see us. Your trade wili always
md we will always do onr best to please you.
W. E. Freelan
"At the Old Stand." Pick
PS.--Highest prices paid for chickens, eg
oue.eithcr cash or in trade.
J.iMcD). Bruce, i
President.
THE PICKENS
PIOKENS, SOUTH CAROL
CAPIT'AL- - -
PROlFITS [- - -
D)EPO)SITS - - - -
--5 Per Cent Interest Paid On Dep,
Directors
.F. Banister, 13. A. Hagood, WV.
J. M. Stewart, I. M. Mauildin, J
TF. N. Hunter, H. '\ Richev,
0GET as much as p)ossible for thel
natural desire of all. In dealing wv
,WILL (GET MAMY TItlES TIt
4'' THEIR MONEY, for I shall givt~
LUTfELY FREE on the 4th of Ji
COOKING RANGE. I have i'anging in mn
S,ourd, the person FIlRST guessing nearest t<
seedls will receive the range FREE, one gues
)urchase. Remember, I shall sell you I )r
Shoes, Grocer tes and General Merchanudise a
:an buy it elsewhere in town, andl gove you tl
D. B. COC
)urse~
IONER
Jo .
?ickens, S (
& Co.,
L MERCHAN
Lillinery,
vare etc.
best the market
we know we can
o use for us to
t it--all we want
t we don't ask
has a .en
ty of ds,
ofy ..nd
be ed
-COB
ens, S. (.
gs, and country
NI. Mauildin,
Cashier.
INA.
$20, 500.00
,20,532.o
1 -y>,0oo.oo
VI. Hlagood,
.McD). Bruce.
j. P. Carey, '
r nan the
ith .* NiME
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