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The Pickens sentinel-journal. (Pickens, S.C.) 1903-1906, January 20, 1904, Image 2

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I'O&tOflifC- f?K Scconrt CIhi
Ail Mutter
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% Jan. 20, 1JKM.
tie n<*uin in onltr.
le the problem of tin 1
ic nominee?
Bins convicted a vote ImyBnn.
Think of it!
tSoputu finally hand out
H>sto? plub to i)i. Cnmi!
Ht:.s thought!; of ?a lnoss to
Hod pilo <1 imiiii?l?iny ho rap
1y?U W. ... U,v ,
i? ??: outing u i;u nwuiw
iver, even i f ho isn't ;i
ctod 1 ?y unkind words
At cut tlu> deepest and
paying ""it s.tbscrip
or of course is a inulti
millionaiie and cloos not noM (V
money. (
Kookofollcr iu preparing to nkin tlic
t widows ami orphatiR again. Ho has
V"givou Cbic.'i^rt Fuiveraity antilnr I wo
gj&'his is the kind of weather when
HUioho will ngroo with the Chicago
Snsor who huv8 bathing is inimi
Hk/ good health.
W illiam llandolph I {o ust conlin
lies ti> shove his candidacy : n {lie |
Deinooratic nomination for tin presidency
down tlx: tliionls of the people
through the medium 01 liis own '
papers. j
Free Seed From A. C. Latimer. (
E-.liior HfiititKil-Journal: 1
Dear Sit1; ? I urn M-mlinj* y< u a !
nunibi-r iii paeliajjia . !' (*a?\len -?< >1, !
which I will In j^linl if yon will (lis-'
tribute fts fi|iially a-* you cm tin >n<^ , '
the people or your eoinni'Uii y who !
I will Uio.st apprcci ?te them.
| I laving i lily -"i limited nunibor of (
, packa^is, mid it boi:t?f iiupossib'u to 1
| s< ii<l lo uvt ryono in lint Sliite, I have
11? 11u 11 il l>est lo ado) t this me!ln ?1, '
in H><? hope thai tho se.'d will teach *
the lar^esi number of people, ami <lo ,
tlic most j^ooil.
II anyone who hits not 1 eeived
seed will wrilo to tue, 1 will try to
supply thorn.
Yours very truly,
A. C. Latimer.
Mr. .John II. C*ii loin, Kdit >r > f tin- i
t iiirhtiul, ( lex.) Nc\v, has wrii ton a letter j
dI eongratuUtlonti to the nianul'leturers
of Chamh ? Iain's Cough Remedy ,is fol
lows: ".Sixteen y< ais {,"> when >ur th>t
Cillilll W.tS ;l l> il : V ||.' Was Slltl'Oet t eroiipy '
sj'.olls and we. would lie very uneasy
about, him. Wo began usim: (' ainborIain's
C'liUgh Kernedy ill P->N7, -111 laid 1
ing it Hi.-li a reliable ! enit >| v orchitis >
and crone, we have never heen without ]
it in tin* I .>i|s<> since that time. We have f
live < .' ildrcn i.nd have given il '<> all ot ,
thoni with good r. suits. One } d I-at
lire of tlii-; remedy is that it is not dha
greiiitblo I ? liilto and our V>ttl>I?*h really
like it. Another is Hint it is not dan-,
gorous, ',n:d theni is no risl; tVon giving
in over.I s.. I e/,i iri-.il nl.o <> <
ill#* Mii't.i'ss of your remedy." ! '< r sale '
l?y I'ickons Dili'/ Co.; F. u le i Dnitf ]
Store; llniitcr .V 1'iekens, Lilx i ty. \
County Commissioner's Meeting.
Tlio IVmiil of Couuly C hi lission- 1
Ol'H llfld tlieir nimnnl m/.-.i .. 1
is r" .
Thmvil.ty, Ttli iiist.
After pnsHiii^ on ul! the < ! t:1:1s pro
sMiii'fl Jliay :i? 1<>|>>I tin? f>. ! ,Yriiw (
hfliccliili! ot lictMisc for hsiwlers n 1.<I ,
peihllors in this oonn'v for I iin roar: j
1 IV I II *r o'j foot ,<-r> p'r tn .nth. (
1 > 1 1. - 1
*. W In; I | II nu > I i l ? " <*, -7-') |
p< r month. j
1 lYdclh r 1 two horse voliii-lc, ) t
por month. i
I lYdilcr 1 four horse vehicle, $100
]>rr 1111>111 ll.
liv rcnolution of flu; I5f:inl t.lio
SupMi'viK t wu u(iIli r /.< 1 t? i.oiTuw C
?.'v~0(), Ht 7 per cent, inferu-t to |>av
for 1 ?ri<1 'ii K< o'.v(-o i ivc , cmis<?<l
by tlir !l >i> I lust ,111mo. '
On motion it wan ngro< <1 hi,d or I
?1? f< ?I that no claim i>h H}>p ?ved for '
brwlyo \v< rl: or lumber mile a co i : 1
'"js*" .',o1' I'l!M bisOli | t . vi iin.lv i
v " i i
. <. <,?>..i . '}( : >.\\' "? "'OlIU!
j, |>1 | -.11 ||>" W I ' I
f V
Police Say They Are Powerless to
Suppress Same.
New York, Jan. lf>.?Inspector McJIusIn
!/, ol' the detective bureau, baa j
iski'il the postoffice officials to help
lis (t ipart ir.ent to exterminate a pet,y
swiaiilitiK operation beinir earned I
>n in tliis city which i.s sani to have
lrav.n in '.lie aggregate more than
J.Mt.cc) lroin the middle and western
Three n:rn are hack of the scheme,
Rhich consists of securing yearly
mh.scri|>tions ol' $ 1.115 for a magazine
that is barred from the mails. Pro
.in mi-, 11.-ii r, hi i iii?ii?iiinis oi persons
11 distant states, circular loiters were
out saying that a friend had ortered
the magazine sent them for a
year; that a monthly prize drawing
lias won a valuable watch, hut unfortunately.
t ho friend tailed to send
? 1 .of. for the muga/.inc. The recipient
of the letter is invited to send
:he money in order to procuro the
prize. and the police say thousands
iave done so. However, the.v refuse
!o come from their homes to give evidence
owing to the small sum involi*o?
1. ami tin' police say they are powerless
to suppress the swindlers.
Japanese Minister Speaks of Russo
Japanese Affair.
London, Jan. 15.?The Japanese
minister, Karon llayaxhi, had received
110 indication this morning of the
[)rolial)le attitude of Russia, hut lie
laid to a representative of the As so- j
Slated Press:
"it is practically certain that any :
leehirtioii of war will not emanate
from Ittissbi "
Tin* minister is not very hopeful
>f the result of the latest Japanese
lote. lie specifically denies that .la;>an's
reply suggests the neulralix.aion
of a portion of Manchuria as well
is a portion of ("orea, or that mention
ivns made ?>1 tho right to break oil
fiegotiat iints.
' Our conditions," said the minister.
'are practically summed up in the
joncludinn porth ^ ! the state department's
annoiinci'tiK nt ronardiuK the
Jhini'so-Ainorican treaty For these
!)nnciph;M, to which Secretary Hay i
says 11m t'int? <l States is irrevocably!
iommittcd, we are willing to ko to war j
inlets Kussia will concede to uive ns i
i definite pledge tlint Klic, too, adheres
o the open door and Chinese aov;rei{;nly
in Manchuria."
decision Over Estate of Theodore Hagaman
Has Been Settled.
New York. .Ian. in.- After j.
astin^ lor more than a
mle u to th>' ili\ isio:\
till' 'II il'Ol^gM
K . "I t
"; 1VI other j
?fraan atfsatrjti^:.: ^r_v." sjz, ^a-graiaagy7>rfj
f] "My mother war, trouoLd with tj
. consumption for many years. At |j
luct she w.. given up co die. Tlicn {I
frj she tried Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, [j
r and was r.pocdily cured." R
1). !\ Joily, Avoca, N. Y. H
No matter how hard!
1 your covigh or how long n
^ you have had it, Ayer's g |
>4 validly l'UX'iUI'ill IS Ul'J
] best tiling you can take.
It's too risky to wait
! until yo'i have consump;;
tlon. ii' you arc coughing
j! today, pet a bottle of ?
jj ( licrr/ Pectoral at once. g
1 :c :\:c . : 2Jc., 5Cc., il. All (Jru?'g!sts. (j
c? : veil. .i.n'iur. If lio 8:iys take it, j
' > I " *iiy.?. If he tells you imt
' ti'.iv* it. tli. i? ilo.i't t:tk6 it. Ho knowj.
c it v. ?t?i li'.in. Wo aru nv 111 in;;.
J. i\ AVKIt CO.. I.owoil, Mass. U
- ? 11 I .I?I1 I I ^ I
( >f ilit> Li! ?ti v Hank. Liberty, S. (Jan.
It. Ifi04. i
Loan* $?)0,(>4i
Overdrafts :i.-10 l.ftfi
Kui iiitssrs' nnd fixtures 1 .fitifi 40 I
Hunk I IniMing 1,513.82 |
('.ifli in Vault and
due from B inks 18.0?7.7"2 I
i'.r pcnsi' ::ml Faxes I'aid 701) (>{)
< npit.il Stuck $>1,1)00.00
L'mlividoil I'loftis H,2<2.38
i r's i hecks HfiO 85
I >? ??<> Us Jir?,522.21
I iilis Piiyal.lc 15.000.00
State of South Carolina, >
Comity t?f l'iek? !ih. \
1. II. Shirley. Cashier of the above
named l?.(iiU, ilo solemnly swear that the
al)i>\c statement is true and correct to
the I), si <.f my knowledge and belief.
II. iSHIRLKV, Cashier.
Attest: Not. l'uo.,S. C,
W. II. (II \ I'M AN,
.1. I\ SMI 1 11.
\Y S I'A K*-ox's;
Tlic industrious Mr. Lucy has
lately hecn collecting a bundle uf
Till V l < 1 llioi !1 Tltldl'w I I- i w I. mill ,....1
whk h lie has lieanllj^^g
perch in th
(I ( iiu^l
W AjNTEl) I !
More Customers
and Mnrp Tra/ln
?? - - ?? > i m. v/ a v * iAVi V/
Our business is increasing every tlav, ancl we expect
to double it. You will ask how we expect to do it?
By giving our customers the best goods for the least
money. We have some bargains in Hour. It will be
to your interest to see us before you buy :: :: ::
"crsi"Hi"oTE rsfar
We have on hand a large stock of shoes, which we.
expect to sell at a bargain for a short time only. It
will pay you t > examine our line before buying.
We have a nice line of Dry Goods and Notions. We
are always ready to serve you.
Hamburg n-pl Aagu?t:i l>r?>ko 1 o < i . !'i ko:>?. I mean
in PriCi 8 I Ih.a<?lit out, l?ri<ln? s & 11;iiuim?n<ls' t-lork of
g.jodri Hiid tli. se K?)"d? iir-j bound in <> at tin* Conur
Stoie. 1 it'll you wii.it'd a fact, if \?mi con.c. oin- tin,? you
ulv\i?>h will come buck.
1 lia\c >i lot ol SHOES lo go elicit]) D11Y (i(H'I)H
ui ti oirrgHin.
...Groceries of all Kinds...
Call on mo. Romemlicr the Meat MarKet in ilm days of
thyyuifh. Y< urs truly,
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There is no tutd of wi ai irj? your 1
/ .Murray's Horokou
/ A !' w (!( !cs <if d.iK llou-. tx.l.l
. A positiuc! c ir 1 fur (nihil-!)/, i. Hi oik
SjKU DUit'lC IM ( '."l.U j).
' (,'OLUM
I'jl [I
NOT :i ('!( sing Out Snlo,
yoti (<> \v<>n<kr Isow
We are oil.-ring some (irand Bar^.
l)or. All wo ask id for yon to con
and when yon s e how much wo ci
a. ?.
-SI lows!
Our Shoos aro New and <>f th to
vn for llio money. ShoCK for ll
l<el n* goll you your Shoes.
We hnvo foiuc Comforts and
month at S;aUirht(M't?l PiiriM. Tf
We liiiVf a coinpielo lino of (!
CUT 'W'o ii|?| rcM-iiito ) <?u v ITM
w v.Arrri'
\ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \/
m i?^ jj . ;
iidkh out, when > on ?;u< {ft t a 1 ottli' of ' + V1
ii(i, iUuWioii and Tar. ,
K'ftr.t tly will givo im>ro<liato i-?*li?-f.
Iikis and !h i-nacs of Throat. Anti- y
ri' HY /
HI A, S. C> <
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liiil\iU iUIiiiIU-5
l ut reduce! riirosin DRY GOODS,
11A TS, OAI'S, KKC., that will causo
j?:h goods c.i i !) > Hold ;it such prices,
tins in iho e lin s through DocomH'
o' <1 inspeet our ^oodr1, g?-t price s
\\\ kav. y-'ii, it means your tratio for
Silo [OS ! \~4?
Best. Quality nv<r olVorod in this
10 School Children thut. will plcuao.
Hlniikcls llinj wo wo h?*1 1 itij* thin
vi u i:c('?l si*iv "t '.hem oo'iio early.
ROC KII IKS ;>t ji! icon that will pl-aso.
le mid will al\vn\s ln?nt you light.
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