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The sentinel-journal. (Pickens, S.C.) 1906-1909, May 07, 1908, Image 7

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Pickens Sentinelomoun
PUBMDNdD NVEiRE THURWDAT MORWNG
-BY
The Gentinel-Journal Company.
TVOMPSON & Rz(o0cr. Paop,
J. L. 0. THOMPSON. EDITOR.
Subscription $1.00 Per Annum.
Advertising Rites Reasonable.
Entred at Plokens Fosto!Bee as Second Olass
Mal Matter
IrICKENS. N. C.
filh shjui, N AT 7, 1004.
Skits.
'Three girls, one wearing a red
hat, were treed by a bull near
Philadelphia and compelled to
remain in the tree during a thun
der..storm. which ruined their
Easterhats.
After C. R. Sneed had been
acquitted of murder at Holden
ville, Okia., his wife pinned a
rose to the coat of each juror and
gave arnfuls of flowers to th
judge and attorneys.
Lee Davis, a negro, six feet
five inches high, charged witi
stealing a Bible in St. Louis, ask
ed the police to get a ministei
"so' s I kin git forbidness."
Mrs. Maggie Mann, aged 48.
killed herself with carbolic acih
in St. Louis because one of hei
boarders complained that hi
room was not properly kept.
A gander on the farni of Henri
Strassmeyer, near Wright City
No., killed a 3-year-old boy b,
striking him with its wing.
Robert Fisk, having served
term in the Frankfort (Ky.)
peniten tiary for horse stealing
was a prisonor In two hours af te
his release for stealing a hors
and buggy ab Lexinigton.
Charles Tosser in a fight wit
a mother owl near Claremont
Okla., was defeated, the bir
pecking -out one of huis es.
Mrs. A'i , ry A:n Dickerson
aged .106, of Rellefoiuntain, Obi(
sayashe his . lever had the head
ache in her life and for niany
y(a)rs has not felt a pain of any
kind.
Turkey has come1l( downi again,
fluttering fromn italy this time.
It is a wise o1l irdi that roosts a i
Constitinople.
Ini ihe Cochran household al
Bridgeton, N . J., eight children,
ranging in age from 1 t o 19 yea n~
wvere ill w ithi measles at one I inn
D)r. John1 1Kinsel, of Beliwood.
Pa., a dientist, has accumnulatedi
ini his 20 year's' pratiice imanyi
steeth which he wvill use iln con
st-ruc ting a walk around his nuew
house.
A nlarch ists a t Patterson, NJ, in
thnir newvspaper, are urging reds
to kill. And there is no law to
stop suc'h p)ublication. Yet the
postoflice dep~artmeltnt can stop ai
paper from crediting at custonmer
longer than three months.
"So you once lived in Africa,
Sami>
"Yah, sah.".
"Ever do any missionary wvork4
out there, Samu?".
"Oh, yas, sahi I was cook foi
nu cannibal chief, sahi."-Yonk
ers Statesman.'
-The New York Sun says the.
question Is whether the work of
the convention shall be done inl
Denver or in the various States.
Another and miore vital quest ion
Is shall the voice of D~emnocdacv
or of Pierpont Morgan's anti
Blryng machine be more potent
In the choice of a D emocratic
candidate. -Trho State.
Dc
If ye
want o:
I was
an a fr4
know e
Would
stock f4
have af
anitee .
ed. I
- .mlarket
there ie
- goesa-a
ilthit n
-vaut i1
't-as, I
2 I-2c
Fish th
Bac
%
91
And You
By celling on us 1
Iisk Flour (and an
Tobacco,~ Molasses,
Bring us your C<
you the very top of
If you haven't tri.
Healing Powder, ar
all size packages fr<
Our personal gua
We also want to
Perfect" lFence. P~r
Our motto is H-or
H.
You Buy Oil?
U will leave your 5 gallon can with me I will have it filled for 61
rily one gkBon I w~ It sell it for for 115c.
it to build up a litf e better trade ot! Cottolene--will make you a
st lot. Have sold a great many stodves in Pickend county and r
very one bas given tstfaction. A few on hand now at a very 4
you buy 10 lbs Suits for 25c. and 5 lbs copperas for 25c and maki
mod? Air lat ad caught a good many flour customers. Now I
little mo~re t f -your flour trade. For $5.50 1 will sell you a barre'
very suck. Your money back and )LY for hauling if you ake n
3ould sell you a side of bacon for about 7 8.4c. per pound on ti
.Do you want a good wagon? - Well I sell the "Thornhill," I
a better wagon on the market; certainly none aro better irone
Ong way with a-wagon. If I can make 50c. or $1.00 on a jo
nd X-am-willing to work choap. I will elvb more attention to
'ans anything you have to sell. I will buy it, and pay the c
Am i repared to handle y ur Chickens, Eggs Butter, Ha
acon. etq. And I will buy Ginsenz, Star Grass, Beeswax, Tallk
ig. The very best' Washing Sonp, 7 for 25c. Ferry's Seeds, 5:
Dall Thread. 22c for 80 balls, white or colors. I won't menth
Is time.
T. D. HARRIS.
K at the old Stand.
UR GOO
ARE RIGUT!
Prices are right
FRWeights are rigli
Treat ment is rig
Will Do RIGHT
efore buying your spring supplies. We have a I
other shipm.ent that wvill be hiere in a few days),!
etc.
>rn, Pease, Beans and in fact .any kind of saleabl<
the market for everything.
dour Dr. Hess Stock and Poultry Food, Louse
id Heave Powder, you, should do so at once. Th
>m the 25cs box to the t oo pound sacks.
ran tee goes with every package.
;eli you your wire fencing.' We are agents for tI
ices from 4oo-.per -rod up. Any height and weil
Lest WVeighty and, Good Goods." Come in and: s
A. K Iih
ic.-if you
close price
o far as
Aose price,.
your owr
propose to
and guar
ot delight
ie present
ion't think
.and that
3 that's all
produce
s1, if you
his, 3tirn,
w. Honey,
papers at
n the Salt
DS
It
.ht*
uice lot'of Ballard's Obe-.
ugar. Coffee; Lard, Salt,
producc. We wvill give*
Killer,.Wormi Powder,.
e Stook Food conmes in.
Ie celebrated "Pittsburgh
ht you. want.
ee us.
BY..

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