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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 24 February 1910

SviiViiiii i(imiii in r r ii Pickens Sentinel-Journal ?MiasFloroiiceStitherland, of the Cross Road section, is now attending the Pickens Graded School. ?Miss Carrie Hunter spent several days last week with relatives in Easley.?Farm and F/ictory. ?The U. D. C., of Pickens enjoyed a Colonial Tea at I he residence of Mrs. T. J Maiildin last Tuesday evening. - . ?Have you bought that farm yet? See H.. M. Hester, "The real estate man'' for anything you want in tne real estate line. ?Misses KateLusk and Lillie Boroughs, of Pickenst county, spent Friday and Saturday with Mi's. Charlie Knox.?Farm and Factory. ?Mr. nouert Hamilton and bride Of Oregon,are on a visit to the former's sister, Mrs. J. M. Stewart,' of Pickens, and other relatives in .the county . ?Do you want to soil your farm or town property? If so soe H, M: Hester, "The real estate man." Qfliee over Keowee Pliarmacv. Pirknrm R (! ?Park A. Dallas, of Atlanta, who is one of the incorporators of the Ivy Water, Light and Power Co.,...

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. — 24 February 1910

T" " ' Ever vi.;ii a Ciinill.v whoro they have | cupcrstltions?" askeil the sunn, good- I uutured member of the group, who i looked as if he believed in Uv.n about as much a week-old infant believes In the molecular theory. Nobody could recall any such :ulvcnture. "You want to try it. thou," h<> continued, grinning (o himself ;it the I IIUVI^JH. It * II1UI (* (#1 ?l IlfJIirH} ( 11 a 1 11 vhon your wife's gone* to tho country and more exciting than tho la^i iwotblrdB of a picture puzzle. "I wont up Hurrillvillo way a v.'hilo ago to visit old friend of mine over Sunday. ;ind dropped plunk into a pia<e where if mad* all thr difforonce in the world whether you put on your right or your left shoo first, and where if wn < a nuar-t rasedy if you afiw tin* TM w m?i > i orer the wrong biiouldev 'It Will! mv fri " '! li'n-xl'e vvif? llirl ]?nd the boodle, jr.! hiil me razr.le-dav.y.led fro::i >h? ;"ji-a\\uy. By j the tim<- I'd ! ?? (h ?r<? two hours 1 dldu't hiirdly da...

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. — 24 February 1910

n^Tc: "I have used less than c Mrs. Gertrude Wnrd. of RmqI 1 fifty per cent better than whei "Before taking Cardui, 1 trouble, for eight years. My larity. I also suffered with but now I am greatly improve 5jui to all my suffering friends I The Worn The rare medicinal herbs the manufacturers direct from I found in any otlier medicine. These ingredients are wh; as a female medicine and ton For over 50 years Cardui an's medicine. The ladies li to take, so gentle, so safe, sc they have faith in its curativ I the thousands of other ladies Wrtte try; Ladies' Advisory Dept., Ciatt for Special Instructions, and 64-pagc book, "fc vaifl f AM ni?T TIITfl 1U * w ki. \JiU A A IKlk9 LABOR-SAVING DOUE ACTION HOE IN ANY YOUR FAVORITE SE! AND PATTERNS. The "John II The Hoc With Keen (J UequircH one-fourth )c.< <J Never siting or bruisen <1 CUTS InHteml of pnote? required for the cotton ntond. <3 More tlvnn 120 thoana twloo as many will be used t& WlikU yon buy lioen thl "John Rclly"*...

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. — 24 February 1910

* HHI i ^ mm ) ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT. ii AVcge(aWe Preparation For As flS?l|| I slmllaUitg ihe Fbod and Rc^nfa KB Raj I ting the Slomachs andBowels of I BP I Promotes Digpstion-Checrful I Mil i nessandReslCoiUaininejihcLL Ill | Opium.Morphine nor Mineral. |||: Not Namc otic. | I HK^toroMDcsmmnwni ftanpkin Sttd~ jUx Sauia * \ I'kj ||L. jbcMUStift- I |Sfj ! yhtistSttd * I \ ,? I ftirm Sftd- I i Jlfl ) Mil VumByrteti Harrc. t ull Aperfecr Remedy for Conslipa- ( |Wji tion. Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea \ 111 ; Worms .Convulsions,Feverishp!j, ncssandLossorSuiiii'. Mftj jffijl! Fac Simile Signature of isll Exact Copy of Wrapper. AppalachianExposition. Knoxville, Tenn., Fob. 19tli ? (Special)?The Appalachian lv\ position, to be hold in this city September 15th to October Hth of the present vear, is being prepared in the interest of the* industrial and commercial develop ment of the entire AppaUiehiiin mountatin. This includes portions of East Tennessee, Western North Carolina, southwest Virginia, We...

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. — 3 March 1910

" ' * Kmcrcd April 23, 1003 ill I'lcFwiin, H. ('. 11 * HcuDlld < lam, mnttor, iliiiloi flof?U8re.-'? ol' .'Inr< I, :|, I H7II . , 39th Year - PICKENS. 8. G , MARCH 3, 1910. v , Number - 41 THOIv u HI Confectioner Coin tJgj^Your Pc ^THC r*lr\n rlo n ?il? trofAr wuwo jLy^iivy^vv ' T %A N oxfc Door to Qmvk Care: D/-W-.1 T?^ IVCdi P/C 'UTn^.-.ioo acres on wal J. Lewis place, purchaser can get ; We have four t desirable location, i :~ ?i ...mi . mem win j homes are going and there ar* alrea We have many begin the New Ycz vestment that one next fall and those money on same. We are always take great pleasure in showing you the When you have once see us and w< Wh*n you are ydrrt6 see us. Ph alnays be glacj to- s Hee us when yoi r.3? Main Si 'Phojje JMo. 33 i "i f ' i i ' fU i Ri r. ' WIN" A. GREI Dry Goods Offers on all Winter Ladies Cloak: A tt n' ? ? aii aeasonabl A, I st End. The i k r y asurunce. JWre Inaurafl r "skips ( rlar Insr rnsuran '"Jo. roi ?rs' ( oul 1 ?1 I in j j>u...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 3 March 1910

H% EAT TRUSTS INDICTED Six Great Packing Companies and 21 Packers Must Stead Trial. WE FORCE EXIRAWIION . | Defendants Curtailed the Supply to Arbitrarily and Fictitiously Increasd the Price, I Says the Grand Jury. Now York City.?Six great packing companies and twenty-one packers, sevoral of them multi-n'iiUionaires, socially and industrially prominent, were indicted by a grand jury in Hudson county, New Jersey, charged with conspiracy in limiting the supply of meat and poultry. The indictment is drawn up under the law of New Jersey, which provides, upon conviction, a maximum penalty of three years in the penitentiary, or a $l,OUO tine, or both, ffhe offense is extraditable, which means that practically the meat barons of this country must either successfully escape extradition or come to Jersey Citl for trial. Pierre Garven, the nubile nrosccn tor of Hudson county, announces he will forthwith notify the defendants of the indictment and will be ready to force extradition in every ca...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 3 March 1910

" 11 ?mmmtmrn ?? wand in hand. ,Wo twain went o'er the world so wide, And rtever gold lia<l we: But alio was ever at my side, And that wua all to me! Jn many a land her dear, swedt hand Knew the firm' clasp of mine, Over the weary deaert sand And by the purpling viae. The Rens were broad, the seas were deep, And night and storm fell drear; She did not waver?did not weep, But stood beside me there. ?un, Hide tlice trom tli? tempest's breath, So wild-flfo trwift to kill!" Sweetly nWr&aid; "Through life?through . , (leatVT' ? % ? "1 am beside thee still!" In liovels hard for hunger, sw?et I beard her breathe my name. .And saw the night with morning meet Over deep pits of Hhame. I And ever in the weary ways. Where the red thorns abide, "There is sweet music in my days, For she is at my side. ' ?Atlanta Constitution. i ON THE EDGE OF THE t! 6 FOREST. i d INTERESTING NEWS. 0 ^ By F. P. KOPTA. 0 On afternoon Apolena came home later than usual and astonished us all with the news she ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 3 March 1910

j," Pickens Sentinel-Journel Advertising Rrttes Reasonable nterad X Sooou<Mjlass Mall Matter PICKENS, S. C. : THURSDAY ~MARCH 2. 1910 An Ordinano ?A(?A aitnMMAn #^v- 4U? n:..l V tCMUO oupjilirn IUK tliu VUWI1 Ul 1 lURflltS for the Frlscal Year commencinK the 25th day of February A. D. 1010, and ending the 25th day of February A. D. 1011. BE IT ORDAINED by the Mayor and Alderman of the town of Pickens, S. G. in Council assembled and by the authority of the samp, that, from and after the passage of this ordi lance, a liccnse fro for thee purpose of raising fumls to defray the ourrent expenses of said town shall be due and payable antiunlv from all perons, flTrnis aud corporations doing business within the incorporate limits of the said t*}wn pf Pickens, as follows, to wits- Vl Sec. ^11 persons, firms and oorr**>4 .iojua, whether individual, iiicroluwitiUv manufacturing or 'otherwise, own* ing!? operating or conducting any occu-, pation or calling or following any occuJiation. nt...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 3 March 1910

Pickens Sentinel-Journal |" UJ u sul : 4 ?Mrs. J. C. Jennings visitting her son, Jessie, in Columbia. ?Report has it that there is an epidemic of grip in the Oolenoy section. ?The profitable path to the purse is through newsy ^ t^verusmg. ?Hon. James P. Cary, of i Pickens was in Seneca on business last Thursday. ?Mrs. M. M. Craig, of Pickens, is on a visit to her son, Cody Craig, in Greenwood. ?Miss Ethel Jenkins has returned to Pickens from a pleasant visit to friends and relatives in Greenville. ?Mrs. Rebecca Lynch, of Pickens, R. 4, who has been quite ill with grip is reported much improved. . ?Mrs J. W. Sutherland- has' returned to her home in Pickens from a pleasant visit to the home of her daughter, Mrs. W. A. ' Price. ?Mrs. W. B. Frjoman litis returned to I Pickens from Greenville, where she was called by, the illness and death of her father, J. B. Neal. ?It is to be hoped the recent free/.ft dirl ill n n 11 v Ininrn . the small grain crop. Coming! rigj^t after aAlfeavy rain ...

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. — 3 March 1910

k ' " ;W< BP A SONG BIT If I sent, this ko?k to I should never smik 1 Qi . ^i.uuiu never .Ning UN r of sterna that are I 1 if I sent this song to Sweetheart, 1 sfioult' "What God has thrilled The red o' the rose The rose with its l>e;u And the snow that co 11 ]f I tent this song tin 1 .should write for tli Hut now?for love of ; I sing "as the linnet 1 onlv sing because I k I .1 x m-eus must suikt, sun r I ell mo a 80112 I shall I t'll nu\ in life's ccli \\ hat is the nieuninx On the^violct's liftc< A\ lint is the meaning t lo kiss life into a ros\ ? A Hearts must' puffer am t w|tii a HOW >11 lliscov^jf i o ' v '< $& Y Nay! thk.e are sww:. 'lit oCkor a sinter 1 low t?p3ny I loved you Or t^ivl to sing tlioi it is wkinctliiiitf to Uiiii Ani^Th it in heaven. <> JfT -l-'ra ? ?? ? ?Wo * ? ^ 'X -v ? o>4 ' Tii? Key to t w 51$ i !> <t; : <,<> *00 <> O O ?'? - > < li wus dusk of a dark wintry day. Outside the snow fell fitfully, while the...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 3 March 1910

A SONG BY * A ' 1 It ia onlv, my.ilenr. y<\ Your lov^lo kind <-i If i sent this sojijr to I should never sing i l^hould never sing as j?'r ?u svcuiH tluit arc I 1 Jf I sent this son# to Sweetheart, 1 should What God has thrilled The red o' the rose The rose with Its beoi And the snow that co' 11 H I sent this koii? tlx 1 should write for th lhit now?for love of ; 1 sing "as the linnet 1 only sing because I k i needs must sing, sim v Tell mo n Bona 1 shall Toll ino, in life's ecli "What, is the meaning <ln the violet's liftec "What is the meaning t To kiss life into a ros.i A Hearts must" suffer am With n moan oi the But life is brighttrjci Ms this tho sfiarsjp h;'.l How in i u- ( j, '-'niSmU j -v**- \ Nay! thfero arc swci ' ut ifj&vet- a singer Ilow tlfjtpv I loved you Or j**1' lo s'?? l lici li is Apinething to thin That, in heaven. <i <> o>.f? t<<> ><> > 4 + >h 0??0 ?>oa.vo,>< It w us dusk of a dark wintry day. Outsldo the ...

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. — 3 March 1910

m >11^ ' f WOiElFliirte OF All Except Macaulay Sliowe erilatics?Instances o! Boys ] tmgin i?ih ii. ii wTiTi n>" mm i i When, a few days ago, young William James Sidis, of Harvard, aged eleven^ lecturod to a select circle of math?' 'Viticlans on the fourth dimension werybody gasped open-mouths#"" ed. ^'Dld you over hear of anything like that?" and privately looked up what the fourth dimension waB. Taking this ejac-iatlon not as a more expression of a state of stupefaction, but literaly as a request for information the answer is that such a feat has very seldom, if. ev?r, been equaled. There is no doubt that the boy Sldis stands very near the top of the list of prodigies. For ho is not a mere mathematical prodigy, specimens of which occur In every century. Ills mind Is marvelously developed on every side, and that, is what does not often happen. The majority of children who are gifted with extraordinary precocity run to mathematics. And It Is noticeable that even If they are not...

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. — 3 March 1910

. ' '' i BEEREsE All Except Macaulay Show eMics~Mances o! Boys 1 ^"1 ' " - 1 ! I I When, a few days ago, young William James Sidis, of Harvard, aged eleven,(lectured to a select circle of matli^' Vticlans on the fourth dimension i/jerybody gasped open-mouth>> "* ed. ^'Dld you ovor hear of anything like that?" and privately looked up what the fourth dlmpnalnn \tffiH lng this ejaculation not ah a more expresBion of a state of stupefaction, but llteraly as a request for Information the answer Is that such a feat has very seldom, If. evdr, been equaled. There Is no doubt that, the boy Bidls stands very near the top * of the list of prodigies. For he is not a mere mathematical prodigy, specimens of which occur In every contury. Ills mind Is marvelously develppecl on every side, and that is what does not often happen. The majority of children who are gifted with extraordinary precocity run to mathematics. And it is noticeable that even if they are not confined to mathematics, they s...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 3 March 1910

Tli? Kiud You HavoAl\va> in mo forever 30 years All Counterfeits,^mitfttioi Infantsand ChHdron?Kx is < r Tie Kind You H In Use For > THC OINtAUR COMMNV, Tl Notice to Trustees and Teachei The following is the act to crease the efficiency of f lu* n lirv/"*lc r\f fi?D cjfofr* \'ah \ 'v/*u \/t wn' rum \ . x wit +o participate in the fi Must levy at least I ax. Districts t ing voting an so ,<v earlv t rust U'vo t i. Ma lis oil -ary s 4 1 i nil' no ( ,s yo sch( .11 t: ;il sell JiK til iy, iuin, >1.. K.I to Si: ll)<> I'l 'arolii .iiactcl >ley of i Tina: Tl i of Si? >pro]?i ia pose of 1<mi uv i 11 Ns St. "Ill , ,r!i of Is .ndiV; than < Khali be iii*]' ne school in . ir, hnt no> <*ji t period of ( lore, or In <1 of one In out of fill >ol from ' '3 shall 'Ulpl'O.MI ill 1VO (hi- . :,,li s. \<)\Y in ?ast I ?K I as p lis A iliis In ' l<? I jM-rial t; it- hiiiuli <0C)1. ?)opi in! \his . iah!<|?l up Tnisti hp- ;| V g Bought, and \yhlcli 1ms...

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. — 10 March 1910

v \ 1 ..! - i f //L^n~' ( - y ' *'<" y A . *#'..' / \ >/ ^ ' MS? -L - 7- " ^ / ^ ^ ^ ^ .' ' ' * ' L Hnlt'i'cd' April ifu, 1!)03 ;it IWcUciim, s. <". as nocoikI <-Iiinh in it Iter, uiidercol*oiij(i*cMM of Klart'li 3,187!) ^ ., . 'Mj/: m . 39th Year N PICKENS. S. C? MARCH 10, 1910. Number 42 ** ?- "h ? -- : THOM.A Plain KROI Confectionery y Ooiiriti Patrona; &S THOM Goods Delivered Free '' - h Next Door tdGravley's St ^arey < Real Est'ati PICK l ioo acres on waters,pf J, Lewis place.*, ^ In t<w< purchaser can a gdOc \\t? i r?..- i we nave iuui iu>yu. i desirable location, in vie\ chasing them will get a f homes are. -going. vip>in' and there ar2 already ma We have many Coun begin the Nevy^ear.arjg vestment that one-'can iff next fall anci those putch money on same;} ?*? We are always read; take great pleasure in gc in showing you f the lands When you have ayn la once see us and we twill \\TU?n ~ :? ?? ik^i yun ai c in me you td see us.' Phone us always b...

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. — 10 March 1910

SYMPATHETIC STRIKE 75,000 Men Have Quit Work in Philadelphia. SMS TROUBLE FEMES Much Sullering Will Be Caused By DeterminaHon of Union members to Aid Striking Employees ot the Transit Company. Philadelphia, Pa.?Between 30,00( and 73,?jOO union workers on strike 100 different branches of industry af fectcd and a renewal of rioting, ir which two men were shot, is the Bit uation which confronts Philadelphia The sympathetic strike which wa? called by the Central Labor Unioi and the Allied Building Trades Conn ell In an effort to force the i'hiladel phia Rapid Transit Company to arbi trate the differences with its striking employees, is in full swing. The police are apprehensive as tt tiie outcome. With thousands of men idle, forced to quit their usual voca tions, it will be an easy matter tt fan the sparks of discontent into t flame of lawlessness. Director Clay, however, has no lies ltancy in declaring he has enougl men at his command to crush an: rioting. The Rapid Transit Company sta...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 10 March 1910

' |! BABY'S EYES. me, Why sWeethear^. , What woulil n uiother do {' With those shining erea, Like the summer skies, That are steeped in the looming uew? Tell me, oh, my baby, ?v urn snoiuu a motlieii do With ii curly heart ) Ami lips ho red, / Dyert to love's own hir.-? filinll who cover them rtver with kisses: Shall hIio kiss the smiling eves And the crimson tips Of tlio fragrant lil>a JWritl* love that nevcj* rties? Sear*"*, ye the whole ^ world over, TltWre is nothing h>?lf so sweet I As the foiul nlanus Of baby's arms. 'And the patter of little feet; The touch of clinging lingers, The sound of a lisping voice, ' I And the going to bed UI a drowsy head, To make the heart rejoice. | ?IbifTalo Evening News. r- _________ | THE FIVE FAIRIES. | L^i5HHS5iESHS&5H5H5H5H5HSHi? There was once a littlo girl who had careless fingers. Of course they did not really mean to be careless, but they were always losing hor hair ribbons, and forgetting to button her frocks, and leaving the ...

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. — 10 March 1910

rx I I' I Pickens Sentinel-Journe Advertising Rifcoa Keanonab! utered *t Plckena Fontoffioe ft* Second Ula Mmll Matter PICKENS, 8. C. t THURSDAY MARCH 10, 10.10 (Memorial Exercises. The Pickens Chapter U. D. C met with Mrs. T. R, Allen o Tuesday afternoon to hold memorial service for their lat beloved member Mrs. Emil Ambler Gilreath. The Pres dent making formal announn ment of her death in the follow firint)" "Tf l <J llQwIUr J > V to Allil VIIJ I 1UL COOcl I for me as your President, as i usually the custom, to mak formal announcement to Hi Chapter of the passing to th "Great Beyond" of the swei spirit of Emily Ambler Gilreatl Our Chapter is missing In bright smile and cheering greei ing this afternoon and neverca we forget her spirit of enthus asm and interest in our work. Descended from a long line < patriotic ancestors whose ear iest members left their honn in merrie England early in th seventeenth century, to eastheir lot in this new land, mal* in? a settlement at his...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 10 March 1910

if ' .?V ? - .; , ; . . ' . . Pickens Sentinel-Journal | ?Mjxrch wind is blowing. ^ ?Easter bonnets will have to th be worn this time in March. pe '?In three weeks the days and th' nights will be Of efpial length. tto - ?It was lucky that the peach trees did not blossom out in Fob- ... ruary. 1 J ow ?It begins to feel like spring,1 fa but we fear thore are several > cold waves ahead of .us vet. . wi ?To be a good farmer, a wi mrtr* r% nfArvfl uiuiij n cum I flu a good friend is to bo truly sue-1 in} cessful. The world knows 110 to' greater success than that! av, ?It is always foolish to try to 011 get something for nothing. This tin is as true on the farm as any- tin where, One must work for every- a thing lie gets that is of any val- 111( ue. m( ?If the government could H get the same rates from the j, j railroads the express companies (l|| do, tho postoulco department j)(1 might be paying dividends in- in< stead .of having a deficit. See? pr' - There is just one way for tho ...

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. — 10 March 1910

w THE WISE CI Thrilling Experi Most Savage < Fish and dog stories wo all know, fai and are accustomed to swallow with wa "sail to taste," bnt it Is only given to kn inuau rv nwor |mi.u IIV?S Ull Lilt: IMUllA'Il UD1 track to hear first hand and in the I It vernacular the inevitable crocodile ' stories with which the river dweller pet of the Eastern tropics loves to regale hoi his white guest, sitting smoking long yai native rokos in the semi-darkness do? <luring the hour between the evening he meal and bedtime. arc What the flsh and dog story is to of us, so is the croc story to the junule- inn man. He even goes further. He as- his tribes to the crocodile supernatural inc powers; he surrounds him with n halo ag. ot' romance; ho propitiates him with om periodical offerings, and when dipio- do( macy fails, he declares war to t~e he death?war lasting for perhaps years infl ?till some trilling occurrence is con- or strued into a sign of surrender on the for pari of the crocodile, a...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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