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mitered4pi 23, 1903 at Pickonis 86 C. ais second classb Mail Ruttier, maier act ofvongress or March 3, 1871
40th Year PJOKEN&* S. (. MA) 1. 1.911.Nu er$
THIS HANS m ME m.
YOUR CHOICE OF A FINE $350.oo Th 1e ne aUI( A pIoint metsI ar in
HARVARD Keepijg with hut High Muulard
OR r which av miade hese pianos tmous.. *
e .... . Material, Scale, Tone, '
WENDALL, Act ion, Workmanship,.
7 1-3 Octaves., Three Pedals. Ivory Keys Durabi
MAHOGANY, WALNUT or OAK CASE. orvery est,
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To the Young Lady Winning it by Popular Vote.
Y.la is ypumake no mistake ii working w t h i' grand premium. Lt is one you will avays X
,be proudo. It will be an exceedingly handsome liee o f parlor fiuniture and an adornment to
This piano has tull iron plate, triple unisons, double repeating action, mckeled action brackets, tun
* ing pins and cased hammer rail, graduating pedal, incid I gsof stop or prIactice pedal, nickeled
pedals, copper wound bass strings, case of handsonoit b-g n tll-sw(g music desk with hand *
carvea ornaments, rolling fall=board, continuonus h-ing, (Wnb) russes with handsome ca i
1- eight, 4 feet 8 inches; length, 5 feet 2 inches; .7idth 2 fJeoi 8 iches.
- . -- - -Absolutely Given Away Free by Sentinel-Journal.
These instruments are sold, handled, and guaranteed by
JOHN H. W ILLIAM S, The Leading Music Dealer of the State CRE N
We would appreciate it a favor if you would ash him all about the "Harvard" and the "Marshall and Wendall" pianos and have him sltera
tThese pianos retail the World over for $350.00.
THE YOUNG LADY GETTING THE MOST VOTES.
In our subscription-getting and collecting contest, as follows.
py.. ~ se The scale of votes is as fol- CONTISTANTS FOR PIANO. *NTANTS POR S'ALK CUT
migration of nations is supposed to interfere with American homogenietye 10W: NOIIS: ,
But somhow thle iimigrant is swallowed by the great Amerian-spirit- It y airss Vida s . l vorift
he likes to be swallowed by the American s aspiriti rather ye * s o votes 0 l GaIra' 0
serious, sober and solemn, quite apt togbe sad. Of a hundred men who to P 2 00 5-P s, R 2.
enter public life to make their mark how many, how few retire happy? 36s6" 2 00 4,00 l N i1 or 1,. gol 203,b7;,
5'o,ch'nge all.,this,-to make us sunny and frankly joyous hnd simply happy Plant 4 " : . 6,000 uss auta Moe 1,500 n
must we, change our history, the mis- bles 4 " 6.00 8,000 SIX MILE, Pickens, Route .ann
sion of 'our country, the very founda -1s 6 " 6.o 1,000 XMs I Ha enBo ro a.,M 0,7o
Stions of Qur highest hopes? ' ,. . - ao " 6 looo Miss Lizzie Garrett 17,050 m R 3
!*-. PICKENS. Route 4. -. Price
Lif e '' 2o.00 loo~ooo Mjiis Eiva Holder5000EGrfi .7
Women are generally. coming to a uni. Do i fi ICKENS- - PICKEimi R .j875
form dress. We are nearer that point now litter To all persons contraciing 1 Mi s n e,350 . NL Edn
foe r that wedo for subcrip-j1040I'CES ~4,
than we have ever been before. I think that plant for job work or adver.ising kns Pear-la leste. 10.500 M. M. HoldeI.I*
it is safe to predict that the next genera. Is mi we will allow votes on a ame Mis, Josie chatain 154.625 J- W. Hendricks
AT~~s~ind . ~basis that we do for subscrip- M1iss T iates 104, IKNR5
tions in ord r to avail yourself iIAUSv Hil. J. B. leaztalI
of this > ou must trade for ad- A168 Ldlie Sitherland 160,375 PIOKENS, R t.
Get to W ork and Keep Busy vertising or job work with the " 1 250 H
understanding that coupons P 1ICKEN.S. R
3 are to be given, pay for same, Mrs. Zinie riza-!e 0 s -
at time of malting contract, t4,'.I1sQN coIAEui,, ~ .M lmt1.2
SThe Contest Closes Soo and get the votes this amount
Ttie Con est Clo es Soon of money entitles th person, Mis Ami W litiire
firm, or corporation to as per P10KENS, R 3.JMURPUR
rate from I to lo years. All iuracia Porter O Thoma5
advertising from $lo upward LIBERTY R3 3 Mlsly 025
Watch for the Date in This Space. Isisguren tif $ s i
subscription votes. Inez Sinith 1000J ~,2