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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 6 January 1910

I^After Ma I A Story off Two Ell <?> Cami Afllln <\> ouaiv miiiO) ai ?: ???? W. R. ROSE, in Clc The man at tlio desk had a worried 4ook. He lilted his pencil from the memorandum Blip and Blared at the figures?then ho shook hl.s gray head <lflKnnniloiiHv Again he added up the columns, "but the total remained the same. The pencil dropped from his fingers and the memorandum was pushed aside. ' lie stared through the window be^ side him and the look of \vorry. slowly deepened. "It's no use to fight any longer," ho muttered. "I'll have to throw up my hands." Hi> drew hia hrcifh ohopnlv "How can I tell Ellen?" ho half moaned. A step at the door startled him. He looked around suddenly. A girl was standing In tho doorway, a slender girl, with a smiling face. "A penny for your thoughts, daddy," she cried, as sh- camo torward and laid her hand on tho old man's shoulder. "Make It a million pennies, dear," eaid tho man, half seriously, "and perhaps I'll betray thorn." Tho girl...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 6 January 1910

Pickens Sentinel-Journal P OBfilBHH[T~BVKttY THURSDAY MOHNINO. BY The Sontlnel-Journal Company. J. L. O. THOMPSON. KDITOB. . Telephone 33 tiabsoription 81.00 Per Auaum. Advertising Rates Reasonable. uteres at Plokeus Funtofflce as Socond Class Mall Matter PICKENS, S. C. : THURSDAY JANUARY ?, 1010 Tk. i i .... r? _i i iic i_u;ii lmw nuputii. The first of January, 1910, is a date which is of much interest to those who make their living by the cultivation of the soil. It is on this date that the lien law, or a certain portion of it is repealed. The repeal was enacted at the last session of the legislature and the repeal act goes into effect the first of the coming year. Much has been said concerning the lien law, and the repeal of it, and there have been many comments, both for and against the action of the legislature, in t.lms ninlrinir t.Vio rcirtoal Knt ?f seems the general opinion that the repeal was a wise one, and that the farming class will be benefited to some extent by the la...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 6 January 1910

Pickens Sentinel-Journal rVBUUUU) IVERI THURSDAY MORNING. BY mL. n ii i T.a>i..i *UV BVUbUlVA-tfUlU'Uttl J. L.. O. THOMPSON, Kditob. . Telephone 33 Babeoriptiou 81.00 Per Aouum. Advertising Ilxtea Reanonable. Suiered tt Plokeua Fuatoffloe as Second Olasi Mall Matter ~ PICKENS, 8. C. : Til (J KS WAY JANUARY (?, lt>10 The Lien Law Repeal. The first of January, 1910, is a date which is of much interest to those who make their living by the cultivation of the soil. It is on this date that the lien law, or a certain portion of si. 1.. .1 rni. _ i i lb la rept'uit'u. nit! repeal was enacted at the last session of the legislature and the repeal act goes into effect the first of the coming year. Much has been said concerning the lien low, and the repeal of it, and there have been many comments, both for and against the action of the legislature, in thus making the repeal, but it' seems the general opinion that the repeal was a wise one, and til at the farming class will be benefited t...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 6 January 1910

If R J"J? Pickens' Sentinel-Journal uu,;.. ^ I-ii,?= I r an ;r dduutttdo ? gj JLiUV ill JJllii I lllJuO 9 Ijj 1 Some tags You Know and Some | I . Ton DOfl't Know About Our Towns, County & People ' ?1910, we Welcome you. ?The first ?>ld snap of 1910 Tsriow with u|. k TVi a antlinl Tlilfri'lnttinra n# that class of leople known as "renters," ha! begun. ?To our fri nda, patrons and ' readers, we w h you a happy 1 and prosperou year for 1910. / '?The stude ? of the fcounty, who have bet spending the jholldays at h le, have return4-V?v* wiQw?f I vn nnl 1 i\cma I CU V\J KliUlI Jtvwj ^V* ? v vvitv^^uo. -?Married a ho homo of Rev. B. C. Atkinf l Dec. 22, Mr. William Holic to Miss Lula Merck, Rev B . Atkinson officiating. j < r-^Ex.-Count Commissioner John P. Smitl ft on tho 21st of December f a trip to Texas, | where he goes a visit to his brother, Joe. ?N. A. Chripher will occut>v the J. E. irsons house in Pickens, and \ J. F. Harris will move to tfiomo that Mr. Christopher va...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 6 January 1910

.7. / jrrrnn i i iK ? Pickens Sentinel-Journal I .t I' i-J?I ? SLOCiL brevities | ? Some logs You Know and Some | S Yon iWt Know Ihnnt An* av was v H?vn nwvU) VHA L Towns, County & People *- - - | | i L - ' ' ' ?1910, we welcome you. ?The first cold snap of 1910 ts riow with us. ? ?TJie annual pilgrimage of that class of people known as "renters," hasboRun. ?To our friondtf, patrons and readers, we wlfch you a happy > - ana prosperous year for 1910. / -?The students of the county, who have been spending the holidays at home, have returned to their respective coilegos. ?Married at the home of Rev. B. C. Atkinson Dec. 22, Mr. William Holiday to Miss Lula Merck, Rev 13. C. Atkinson officiating. ?fix-County Commissioner John P. Smith left on the 21st, of December for a trip to Texas, where he goes on a visit to his brother, Joe. ?N. A. Christopher will occupy the J. E. Parsons house in Pickens, and Mr. J. F. Harris xirllt ?rtAtr/\ /% V*/\ i-1~ ? A. ? ntn JUUTD IAJ mu IJIMI1U U1UI...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 6 January 1910

Three Wise .Monkeys. Louise fliitsol. a leader In artistic circles in Chlccyo, lias conceived tho if!on nf tiRln-v ihit "t h -. no wlon ?>*** * keys of Japan" as a candlestick, ' match holder or incenso burner. She believes this will make the monkeys ar? popular as Billlken.?Xew Vork Sun. As Inspectors. The county judtfe of Cook Coanty, Til., ha:; recommended the appointment of a woman us inspector of all institutions to which delinquent and deficient children are committed, llo suggests a Hilary of $1S00 a year. Heretofore club women of the State have conducted examinations of such Institutions and where remuneration nc? nM.'^-';ni'v 1 !? ? i,, ...... - ' - .....t. ..v * vo.m I .< uir |IIUl,i:> I'llI'. ' Uvl>. II! club funds. ?Now York Sun. Muffs Are Immem-e. Tho now muffs are immense, anil often scorn lo use up all the fur tho owner has at her disposal. for her throat in protected only by a little conceit of fur. In other casts there isn't enough fur even for the muff,...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 6 January 1910

TR'lED REMEDY n r< >R THE GRIP. i >u u J. Clothoa cf Endsh Workmen. I saw great nuroera of worklugmen among the nils and olsowhero in England, but o nlde of railroad quarters In Londotjl did not see a single man wearg overalls. Kngland is a cold covinf and they want wtirni clothes. I did see quantity of good woolhrooohps made pm three-quarter cloth weighing froi ten to twelvo ounco3 selling at rill from 2s. 6d. to 3b. 6d. a garnic ? lena than the prlco at which an ght ounce cotton cloth In overaj would coat a wrorklngnwn In Anica?and I was tgld that woollen eties were worn universally by thoarorklngmen In England. In travelling thr<[i the country the groat flocks of^eep Indicated the source of thin rdchoap supply; and while the costf eotttou garments for both jwrad women appoars to bo about .(same ae In America, tbo cost ofl woollen garments appears to boout one-half. ?Textile Manufactnj Journal. TRIALS of tfw tEDEMS, ftfJtER' JUVBh'T IsOKfe efeW THY DEM ArmimHOfIT PA\)V...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 6 January 1910

' / TSX* ! ' '* \ n??i h???i. I I ' I I ! rarfM IfiM 1 The Kind You Have Always Bo in use for over 30 years, tia ? and lian Allow ii All Counterfeits, Imitations ai Experiments that trillo with r Infonts and Children?Expcvit What is CtCastoria Is a harmless suhsti grorio, J>rops and Soothing Sj contains iioit,ln?r Onlnm. Afnr substance. Its apro is its guar and allays Feverislmess. It c Colic. It relieves Teethingp Tr and Flatulency. It assimilate (Stomach and Iio-wcls, giving- ] The Children's Panacea?The GENUINE CAST ^ Bears the Si The KM You Havi In Use For Ove THE CENTAUR COMPANY, TT MURNi UfnAflly nn M V vvi cun vim in i . uui 111 a I. Spencer Trask, banker and multi-millionaire, was killed, three other people arc beleived to have lost their lives and four were injured when a frieght train crashed into the Montreal Expresson the New York Central Railroad at Croton X. V. l( , A!1 of the victims were in the \olBt car, which was telescoped \$>the engine of the frieght. i i i...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 13 January 1910

THE PICKENS SENTINEL-JOURNAL. Entered April 23, 1003 ?t PIclcflUH, S. O. as Mcondetaw Maltor?nB<ereofon(r?H or itlarcli 3,1870 a 39th Year PICKENS. S. Q, JAJSUARy 13, 1910. Number 34 '># ?K ? Another Christm; Wc most heartily welcor We liope otir friends and ci religiously, socially, politically, ^well-being of the c nintry if our f Ninety per cent of the people per cent of this ninety per cent's take to relieve them, but lately Hall urns IW ^.>^1/ .* v r. R * JL v \y. is the b-st known corrective for Don't take our .vord for it? \ pills with mo>t gratifying results. Still selling them at 50c per h fid/1 By mail at same, price. We are behind ev. ry statemc can see us "face to face" and tall No lonq- letters, no "fake off< that you failed to follow directioi puts up on you. Ours U a f.ijr and square bi right and if t 1 ^ isn't do what w will b i ask'-;d.'' "Nip il in i'i : bud," that p rid ot it wi ii T T 1 : > t ^ nan urns bac Manul ictured nilvl sold by PICKENS i ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 13 January 1910

P1NCH0T IS DISMISSED President Removes Head of the Forestry Service. TAFT'S PATIENCE EXHAUSTED Pinchot's Letter to Senator Dolliver Was More Than the President Could Stand. Washington, D. C.?Gilford Pinchot, chief forester and intimate friend oi Theodore Roosevelt, was dismissed from the service of the United States by President Taft for insubordination. Associate Forester Overtoil W. Trice and Assistant Law Otticer Alexander C. Shaw, Pinchot's immediate assistants in the forestry bureau, followed their chief out of the government employ. Thoroughly Indignant over the action of Mr. Pinciiot in inducing Senator Dolllver to read a letter from him in the senate, President Taft would listen to 110 advice tl.at t lie forester's violation of executive orders be overlooked pending the inquiry soon to be undertaken by congress. He declared the dignity of the oiiiee he had been chosen by the people to li 11 was being attacked and he would be unfaithful to his trust if lie submitted longer. M...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 13 January 1910

r 1 ?* JOI 1 _ T? >- - * IHJYV 1UHHJ5 u joasivci (W. R. ROSE, In Clc\ An old woman crme around (ho i corner bearing a basket. Siio was a | utue oia woman, a shabby old woman whoso shoulders were bent and whose gray hair was carelessly held back by a battered old comb. Tho basket was heavy and she walked slowly, stopping now and then and changing the burden from one side to the other. Tho VOllTlfir nmn cnmlnc fntvomlc her quickened his steps. "IIex*e," he said, "let me help you." The woman darted a sharp look at him and held fast to the handle. "You want to run away with it," she abruptly said. Ho laughed. "If I meant to do that," he answered, "I'm quite sure I wouldn't ho on nnllf ^ If " She Kave hirn another sharp look from her keen gray eyes. "The iKilitast ones are the biggest rascals," she said. He laughed again. "Im sure my dear mother didn't mean to train me for a rascal when she tried to teach me politeness. The old woman nodded. i uui s wen said, ' sin; muttered. "You may...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 13 January 1910

Mens Sentinel-Journal PUBMSHKD KVKUY THUUHDAt MORNING, BY The Sentinel-Journal Company. J. L. O. THOMPSON, Kditob. Telephone 33 . : . . - - Snbsoription 81.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rutes Reasonable. nterod at Plokena Fostofflce ti Second (J1*m UaU ???* WKIIOt PICKENS, 8. C. : THURSDAY JANUARY 0, 1910 Alexander, of England, is credited with having been the mnanu nf nmnnninofinnr TT.nrylioli and American children from many foolish and uncomfortable fashiohs. No less competent authority than G. M. Seimons, editor of 1.1 a ? -l m i i i mu Aiusiiuruam leiegrapn, wno is now in the country, estimated that Dutch people have invested at the present time in American securities between $450,000,000 and $500,000,000. Dennis Chabot, a Belgian of New Kingston, has won a scholarship in music awarded by Andrew Carnegie. The boy will go Europe to study and will get $5,000 a year from the milliminivo f 'Vi n Knt oV>n?-c! derful aptitude at the piano. ! E. Milton Cutting, of Andover, Mo., who is e...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 13 January 1910

- J Pic 1$ Sentinel-Journal | ?r*CS*;jv: N S \ S N N \ \ \ / ! I IlJAL BREVITIES li < So Things You Know and Some < j, I Du Don't Know About Our | & (Towns, County & People x /\ \ \ \ \ N \ \ \ V \ S liYOU WANT A FARM MUTE MB FOR LIST. ] ave sonic fine farms on my list kely tin; very tiling yon are loo ng for. T M 4 1 <j . it. Asnmore, Pickens, 8. C. - Horn on the Oth instant, to Mi and Mrs. Frank Ferguson, offickens, 1?. 2, a fine boy. IT) H T.l II 1 rxvuv. j->. u. ivinrpnroe, wo uiflerstand,* fell oft* a building am broke 0110 bono in Lis arm, oil? day last week. Jlois getti?K along nicely, so report says. i?iSI r. John T. Langston, of lickens, was called Monday to tfie bedside ol his sister, Moil (lay who is very low at her ionic in Walhalla She is not ^XpCCtod to live. ?John and Bon Gravely, sons of "Uncle Bal" Gravely, who llQVn lwwiti \ieil in*.' i./.l n i tr/?n I UK/ v ?/v_\ ii * ion ini\;iciu v ro hi this county for Uie past three weeks, returned to their...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 13 January 1910

\ lIlLmK Viiimal For tin* I'urnu'i'. Thn liishest finished animal is not lien ilh i ..... * . ..? i i ? ;H" JPIlJjH*. HIH.' KM" 111*' ^ < Jll*I'Ul farmer, Leave tlum for site hrroders. Tho farm' : m "(Is a 1 > i I ;;ood strous vitality. .-ir.i'. i >t <> m> that requires a skilf ul rder i ) :<'dari> him to breeding rendition. Lo;?k for :i goo ! individual r. tho pink i !" brooding condition. Dairy It:irn ImpltM.u'iiSs. Every dairyman should otuloavor to have as many labor-saving :?pp 1 iano'-s armm ! mvI lii- 'ir> m> ^ sible. For instance. tan removal o'" manure 1 ;-i?n? a d Iry bam en; ails a gveat <1> al (if hard work. 'iow< .< r. the work may b(> . My I ; i! i! tho farmers will insta! ur.'o < ;i"rler, wliioh runs on a tTit< :-<* carriers cost li \:\ rum ;>arisbu to the amount <?f labor s > > Every dairy .armr should have a manure snr 'inl er e>:n> ?nri ><1 > (lo the work of so\. ;al nii'ii i'i the spr...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 13 January 1910

I \ I DOCli FAILED, r KTORfD BY PERUIMA. Catarof the Lungs (Threatened Her Life, Missbotto Porter, Hralntree, Vermont, (too: "I have been cured by Pcrun; "I hsovoral hemorrhages of tbo lungs;..'ho doctors did not help nto much i would never havo curod inc. ^ "I ( a testimonial in a Poruna ' * nlmai of a caso similar to mine, and I I coirtnccd using it. "I ? not able to wait on myself Wherbogan using It. I gained vory elowRt first, but I could bco that it was l>ing me. "Ar I had taken it a wbllo I oommonl to raise up a stringy, utioky eubsico from my lungs. Thin grow loss id Iohk in quantity as I continued tho latmont. 4,jrow moro fleshy than I bad been for long tlmo, aiul now I call myBcll wcl' I 1). I. (i. CUNNINGHAM PRiTICE LIMITED TO DISEASES OF EE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT OXS8ES SCIENTIFICALLY AND ACCURATELY PRESCRIBED. < SIJ astsll BuildUtf. ATLANTA. QA. "nraawpirsJOteONCHlAJL TROCHIS Insntly r?ll<w? Cmj Throat, Hotnmui ?uJ Cofhi. Une*wlW4 lot cV vine **? ?Mc?. Abolul.y f...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 13 January 1910

I ALCOHOL 3 PEH CENT. jj AVe&taMeltaparatlonfor Assimilating iheRwdafldReguk i; ting Uie Stomacks aiidJ}ov*?Js of j Promotes Di?estion.Cl* erfuH [ nc6sandRe3t.Contalnsneltt*ri | | L OpiimuMorphlne norMtaewL Jl Not Narcotic. | 1J || JBttpe of Old. IkSSMlELPfTOBER i 5 flnpkia Snd~ | JhcStoaa * ) 1 r JhMUSdtt- I W|: jiiiistSttd + I $?&*>. > II: Isssafej I, lira I Aperfecf Remedy forConsflpa I i!K|. Hon,SourStoniaeh.Dlarrii'CJ I 5 Worms,Convulsions.Krorisk \ j||l nessond Loss of Sleek F^cSinille Signature of Hi fe! NEW YORK. J it ?i ii i.ii.iitntiuDHBi . Exact Copy of Wrapper. mmmmmmammmmmmmm State News 1 All the Late News from Era The yegginen who robbed the postoffice at Hartsville the other night got away with $500 in cash. Gov; Ansel lias appointed J. M<'Iuiett of Beaufort as chairman of the l?oard of fisheries for South Carolina. John D. Hamilton, a prominent citizen of Sharon, York county, is dead. IIo was (>1) years old and had never married. J. M. Boll, a lea...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 20 January 1910

THE PICKENS ' SENTINEL JOURNAL i s? Entered April 23, 1903 at PlckonM, N. C. ax necond clan* mnttor, uiidorcofongreNN of ITIai-i'li :i,187t) +? , ^ 39th Year PICKENS. 8. G. JANUARY 20, 1910. Number 35 po RECORD YEAR Half Billion For Expansion and Improvement CATTTU m?TC TTC cninn ww aju u?ilw> ho 011/la.ri Railroads, Corporation*, and the Qovarnment to Spend 8um? for Development During Year Never Before Equalled In Country'a Hletory. New York.?Millions upon mllltona, It 1b currently reported, will be spent this year by American corporations and the United States government in exnanslon. o*tennion? nnd imnrnvo. mcntB. Conservative estimates based upon public plans for industrial corporations, railroads and the government, show sums to bo spent for labor and Improved devices which stagger the imagination and tax the conceivabllIty of the ordinarj' mind. B. & O. Investment. The investment of Daniel Wllllard, with the presidency of the Baltimore and Ohio railroad brings that grea...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 20 January 1910

TAFT ON CONSERVATION President Sends Special Message to Congress on Subject. HEFtKS TO LAND OFFICE ROW President Taft Would Issue Bonds to Deepen Mississippi Valley Waterways. Washington, D. C.?President Taft aent to congreiia another special meseage, this time dealing with the conservation of the nation's resources. He urges the continuation ot' tho Koosevelt policies, and pays tribute to his predecessor for his part in starting; the movement. Basing; his recommendations especially on those contained in the report of Secretary of the Interior Batlinger and declaring the present laws Inadequate, Mr. Taft asks prompt measures to save the nations roHources. lie recommends a bond issue of $150,000 000 for the reclamation of arid lands, the bonds to run 14 years or more and the proceeds to be applied to the completion of the projects already talo n up and their extension. Rentals from water sites would, he believes, aid in clearing the debt. To Safeguard Water Powers. He also urges a ca...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 20 January 1910

I. I JL ' , .L..~g WHEN THE MAIIi GOES THROUGH. I ,Kuthin' in a country town 'Cepfc 'nout five o clock to go To tlic deepo?mail, nouth bound. Due at that time. There's, you know, Crowd o' lnnUv (.iimitiM. Loath*' as they alius <to; im \ dogs?hali'-breeils on* ycllcrs When I ho Mail? goes?through! Kever stops atSasserville; (.oniea with lithium' in her ove! JLioru.v: \Yhi7./in' down tlu- lull, JiVt n-scrccchiii' on the Hv! Engineer's head out n-lmtviu' Sinoke ?n' cinders fly?t\* blue! lAn' wc-miB with lints u-wavin' When the Mail?goes?through! enn feel the whirlpool com^, N ?\hen she clntte.ru past you?Geo! Teel 'er rock the deepo some, _An' the platform! Merev me! <iethcrin' at ev'rv minute. | With a Ion# an* screeehin' woo! An' us wishiu' we was in it. When the Mail?goes?through! Then as soon's she!s gone, you f?it Tired of old SaHserville; Them's tne time it is that it Never seems to fill the hill; Fer you think o bigger places. Where the train's a-goin' to. An' tromp home w...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 20 January 1910

Pickens Sentinel-Journal PUBMH1IKD KVEKV THUUS1UV MOKNi-NO. ?Y The Sentinel-Journal Company. J. L. O. THOMPSON, Kihtoii. Telephone .'W HabHuriution >11.00 Pur Annum. Advertising ltitoR UeuHouuble. j utprod m Pickens l\.stotnco uh Second UlRhS Mall Mutter PICKENS^ S. ('. : THURSDAY .1 VM .VllV _?;>, 110 Luxury For The Farmer. Under tho abovo captain, the; (^V? vlrif fro ( lliciii'voi' > .?/ ! hi < 1 r printed an editorial, calling at-| tention to the invention of two; Greenville men who have invented a system for supplying: hot and cold water from well, cistern, spring or runnings! ream carrying it to the farm house for domestic use. for watering thej stock, sprinkling tlie lawn, irri-j iTflt.iiH*" lli?> fnrni iu' in'i.n -iinl v"^ * ? ' 'i j-,*? ' * ? ? ?? i i\* | what seems most important of all for furnishing a ready supply of water in ease <?l lire. A company has In en organized, it is said, with plrntv of capital behind it, so ihat tlnse plants may he had very r...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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