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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 14 April 1910

*'/ ; ) . | / '. . '.T' ,'f ?*vV --1 /V i ? ^-. . . ... , . . Pickens Sentinel-Journal I T A/1 IT nnmnmrnri (4 1 LUliAL DftMlllEii) % | | Some Things You Xnow and Some $ Yon Don't Know About Our | Towns, County & People srH ?A fairly Rood sprinkling of people were in the city Monday. ?For sale: Pure thorough urea registered ?. u. tsrovvn leghorn eggs, at $1.00 per 15. ?Car of fine horses and mules for sale cheap for cash or good papers. Gaines & Gassavay Bros. Co., Central, S. C. ?The best time to kill weeds is before they come lip. The next good time is the next day after they have come up. ?Most men have a theory that most women are fools, but it takes a woman to prove what fools men are. ?The only time a man of exl.:~ i.s_ macn ma wuu iiltu I11HJ confidence is to tell her he is out of money. ?Get a divorce, from some of these old fogy ideas and delusions of yours. Everybody has a few and generally knows pretty well what they are, too. ?Married on April the 10th. at the re...

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. — 14 April 1910

J. *v v V:', SR \ ft' y-' ' - i'. ? SE^iyj^ v fill 111 Mffl i"""ir? i IOBBD I pTORi1 ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT. AYegeiable Preparation for As similaling (hcFoodamlKe^ula ting Uie Slomachs aiulBowels of ProraolcsDi^cslion.Ctiectrii! ncss and Rest.Contalns ncitucr Opium.Morphine nor Mineral. 1 j! Not Narcotic. jr^J ; Ktrifitof Old DnSiMJELTflUIER Hi I: " I\vackin Stedi nBHini'll'i il jUxJuma * \ hSHS ^ JlbcMte Satis- I BBllSflll! jbustSttd * I Ksg ftStftx*. > I Urn Sttd- 1 iKTOta ?: 1 Clarified Sl/rpr . gj^fU rmteynet} MartC. I > Aperfect Remedy forCtmsllpa- d MwfiiKi Hon, Sour Stomach :)ia;rl 1 r3Sq ? Worms .Convulsions .love r i s! \ rg^bj ncss and Loss OF Sleep. EmM FacSiinilc Signature of FLe-*1 V zV y yzcrr^rT" NEWJVT)NK. Exact Copy of Wrapper. BRHHBIHHEBBBHS88^SSSS!E$266i MINISTER AS EDITOR. After one Day's Experience ,:s olatl to p:..^ ii~ ? uive u?; joi). The other (lay in California I he Rev. Malcolm James MeLeod, a Prosbyterian clergyman who will soon undertake ministerial du...

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. — 21 April 1910

? ^ c RNAI tittered April 33, I 003 at i'icUniis, s. <'. n>> Nccoud cIiih* lunUor, uadercoOm {ro <? of 11 a .-c It 3,1870 39th Year / PICKENS. 8. G, APItIL 21, 1910. Number 48 Thf^ l(pv *stnn'P I Jhls con,rac,or 8?' results. 'PAHDPD dadjktlmicn . ? 1 storm sweeps Georgia: ~ JL 1IV XX.^J VJ IV/ 11 is the "btoni'" th<it supports the entire Htiperm ucturo. The "KeystJao" of lIiih storo's Jewelry Business is f iir prict s, superior goods, It' you want a fl iwli Bs diamond co ne hero and get it. Precious stones and ornamental ,jewelr> Irom here is guarnteed highest grade obtainable. 1- i ^*1 ? * ^ K. 1 A.JL 1VL JL Oj JEWE3LBRL ICasley, S?4. O. Breeders Guide ' he S. U. Rhode Island Reds, are tlio he.? known hieed for producing good winter li.veis. Eggs at dl .OS) and $2.00 per netting. E. 11. Craig. OnrU Hlil w Mb* V V* M N/ IVliA U Clemson College has been Our 14 per ct. acid analyzes 14 lyz<*s 16.57. ^ur 10-4 goods a analyzes 8.^4, 3.39, 3.26. Our goods always stan...

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. — 21 April 1910

Pickens Sentmel-Jonrnel Advertising States Reasonable l^J 4ut?r*4 it Plokans Foatofflo* m B?oond OImb rMail Matter PICKENS) 8. 0. t THURSDAY April 21, 1010 Tho ever burning question, "What shall we do with our boys?" seems to be satisfactorily answered in the following advertisement, which appears in tho window of a Farringdom | road butcher's shop: "Wanted a respectable boy for beof sausages'?London Tribune. Of the 10,000 automobiles used in Iowa 5,000 are owned by farmers. It is estimated that at least 76,000 automobiles are owned by farmers in the Uniied States. That means an !??? ^nvu- of about $75,000,000. i n- wei i ? not such a "worm of the mist" after all as lie is sa;.l t.o be A dairyman reports to the v?!!i , >: vr Yorker that he had i'M-.-joy oow ' > :li. A.I I he appoi i, .?i fime she dropped two q ' O lives, perfect in form She was bred a ifer and . i ri;u milker > 'u 20 quarts "Tii.- i'riends of the Ledger will please han 1 us in news : mi- tbev are fresh. We ...

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. — 21 April 1910

vIS f ^ 3 :;M "P r"' : ' > v Vvj. . R[" >y. RMM^wPaSf &v : - &'$$ v MK& Pickens Sentinel-Journal ft'wIRIIV^WWAWi?wjwwAw<?IWr<>W?sWrAfJr ?Mr/^ i LOCAL BREVITIES I s= 1 | Some Things You Know and Some lf You Don't Know About Our | S Towns, County & People rmmi ?Mrs. W. H. Johnson is quite indisposed. ?Dr. J. L. Bolt of Pickens, made a business trip to Laurens this week. ?Born, on the 19th instant, to Mr. and Mrs. Claude L. Hester, of Pickens, a daughter. ?Dr. Laurence Roper has gone to Greeneillo to practice his profession and will movo his wife and baby over in a short ume. ?Wanted?A good live man who wants to make money, to represent lis in this section in handling monumental and cemetery work, Address, with references, Owen Bros. Marble Co. Greenwood, S. C. ?Dr. Hallums is having a mice and commodious house built on his lot in the west end of town. It. E. Yongue is the contractor and he states that it will be an up-to-date and commodious dwelling. ?Ma...

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. — 21 April 1910

The Kind You Havo Always Bo in use for over SO yearH, Ua ?_ /> ? and lias si: All Counterfeits, Imitations ai Experiments that triiie witli: X null J* TT7< m immip nuu viuiuruii~iixi>i!ri What is C/ Castorla is a harmless substi goric, I>rops and Soothing1 S contains neither Opium, Mor imbalance. Its ago is its guai and allays Foverislmess. It < Colic. It relieves Teething Ti and Flatulency. It assLmilat Stomach and Bowels, giving The Children's Panacca?Tho GENUINE CAST "RP!1VH fVlA Si The Kind You to In Use For Ovi THE CENTAUR COMPANY, TT MURP HHHHHHHHHHHHBBffiPlB STORM DAMAGE LARGE ONLY ONE MAN HURT Only Two Houses in Woodland Escacle Injury and Some Were Entirely Demolished. Talbotton; Ga , April 17.? Although practically every building in the town of Woodland hear here was damaged bv the terrific wind and bail storm which struck that city yesterday only one person, Jack A. Brady "was injured. He was painfully though not serious!v hurt, lieports from the surroundin...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 28 April 1910

THE PICKENS SENTINELJOURNAL. Kutcrcd April 23, 1003 at I'lckcim, S. C. ax second clan* matter, imdorcofoiigrcnM of Itlnrcli 3,1871> 39th Year PICKENS. S. G. APRIL 28, 1910. Number 49 " ' OWRIGFOIIS^RIMF ?BADV FOR VE-.BAN,. I .... , THE POWE >1-liL . minnow *JET? that if tloio to anger is better t than ho that takct ^j/OHN THE BAPTIST, becaus 4 and mouth-piece of God. \vi his courtiers and the great ^ and tho more prominent pet fanatics. Doubtless iliey would li not been for their fears of the peoi gladly and declared that "never mi npnnlo hallova/1 /% r?v|..w vviavTVVI WWUU IU UU a l-'l UJUJ We will not nndertake to say not when he repfoved the King ni it to be the wiser plan for Christ God fearlessly and plainly, withou each hearer to apply the message represents au uncommon class of ambition. She married the man v tlou to u kingly position. But wli peror to his brother, Herod Antlpi and, deserting her husband, becati tlst. while fearlessly denouncing si of his teachings to K...

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. — 28 April 1910

spr\ RBPRR : ' Pickens Sentinel Journel Advertimug Bates Reasonable tutored at Hlokeuii 1'oKtofflce rn Second Class Mall Matter PICKENS, S. C. : THURSDAY April 28. 11)10 Virginia?Carolina South Carolina and Virginia have always been closely allied, both in a social and a business way. In the ante-bellum days social affaire were never complete in either state without representation from the other state. In the matrimonial line each state hud flivniulin/l ifc? nimfn Af partners" to the citizenship of the other. Many citizens of South Carolina point with pride to their Virginia ancestors. It. is with joy the Virginian says "my father, or, my mother, or, my wife, or, mv husband, was of that noted South Carolina family of This has been going on ever since the settlement of this country. Of late years Virginia has been drawing on South Carolina for our business men, and especially is this so of the newspaper fraternity. 1?4- f \ 1: .1-1 v uon ick uvutu v^aruiinu ih'\ eiop an extra good ne...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 28 April 1910

Pickens Sentinel-Journal I Tnr.ST RfiRVITIPC II y ijvvnii UUUllllilU J I" ' '*=?- ; | Some Things You Know and Some f You Don't Know About Our 8 Towns, County & People '/f\ \ \ \ \:\ \ \ \:\ \ \S ?happy homo is where they all help do the whitewash- j in'. ?Now that tho frost missed tho fruit, wonder what really will get it? ?Of course bo polito to 'cm but nobody need ask the census enumerators in to dinner. A XT "XT tit* ?va. rxtnv j one cieric nas justi died leaving $2,000,000. He al so left the bank. ?Born on the 20th instant, to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur C. Gravley, of Pickens, a daughter. ?The many friends in Pickens of E. B. Lathem will regret to learn that lie is quite ill at his home in Greenville. ? w lino ?i. Harris, Ron of T D. Harris, formerly of our town but now of Spartanburg, is visiting relatives in Pickens. ?Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Fennel 1, of Greenville, spent a portion of last week with Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Boggs, inlPickens. ?Mary, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. A...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 28 April 1910

y Promotes DigpslionCketM fi i | ncss and Rest.Contalns itcitlwr !)| | Opium .Morphine nor Mineral. | ji Not Narcotic. j js^cfoidDcsmrnivaim j " Raopkia Sttd" . f jUx.Sima v ) | ) $ Apcrfcct Remedy for Consllpa ] V Ui* H?n fifcnmnMi niarrhflMl B ffiSliR'1 \Yorms .Convulsions.rcwrish * nessai\d Loss of Sleep. Facsimile Signature of |W|; Exact Copy of Wrapper. MARK TWAIN DIES' Noted Humorist and Philosopher Has Passed Away. V&AX'tl WAS VUilJi JrMiAClifc UL, At the Bedside When the Soul of 'he Great Writer Took Its Flight Were Only His Daughter, Her Husband, the Doctors and Nurses. Redding, Conn.?Samuel Langhorn Clemens ("Mark Twain") died pain^JooBly at G:30 o'clock Thur?dny ?f ' angina pectoris. Ho InpBOd Into coma &t 3 o'clock in the afternoon and never recovered consciousness. It x* mo ?.1A\? OllVA V^I IX 111(111 UULWUI11 uy griof and acute agony ot' body. , At tho Death Ded. At tho death bed were only Mrs. Qabrllowitsch (Clara Clemens), her busband, Dr. Robert Halsey, Dr. ...

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. — 5 May 1910

TOKENS S^TINEL-JOURNAl. t ICiilcrod April !i3< 1903 at I'lrkoiiM, S. <!. us wocontl clans inalCoi*, iiiiiloro.ofongroa* of March 3,1871) 39th Year PICKENS. 8. C., MAY 5, 1910. Number 50 , nenpr rci/iiuih nnro .'the speed of no return. r - ? "I WILL HAVE ME] Matthew "But if V9 had ktioum what this mt< would not have coi ^*"V ADBATH observance Is the w ?| regardless or tlicir rellglou dom. tho expediency, yes, l ouco n week. Whatever <1 pertain to which day shall be obsi When, through Moses ns Medlato peculiar people, accepting lhem promised obedience to the Law, hi the seventh, to be their Sabbath, talned to Palestine. Had It ex ten it wouid have been tiecessary for considered the Sabbath on the oth of course, bo twenty-four hours dli But those of us who are not Covenant are not bound by Its lit Beveiitn (liij* or the woflk. Indeed, tbe Gospel Church under the I.nu under it were the "house of servni of sons," If we "Btnnd fast In tl free " This does not nienn liberty 01 t...

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. — 5 May 1910

-mmmmm-mmmmmmmmmem Helens Sentinel-Jonrnel Advertising Rttes Koa?ou?b'e entered at Ploktm Fo*tofflo? M SeoouU Olau Mall Matter PICKENS, 8. C. < THURSDAY May 5, 1910? Pickens County Democratic Convention Pursuant to the call of Hon, C. E. Robinson, tho Pickons Co. Democratic Convention met on Monday at the court house. The organization was perfected by tho election of Hon. W. T. O'Dell, President; T. J. Mauldin, VUo Pl.nni,lA?t o.wl O T **"... t ivvx luoiuviii't auu Ks. x ? iuaitin, Secretary-Treasurer. Delegates were enrolled from the following clubs: Easley, Pickens, Pickens Mill, Liberty, Cjntrai, Dacusville, Calhoun, Eastatoe, Issaqueeua, Peters' Creek, Cateechee, Flat Rock, Pumpkintown. CrOvSS I'lains sent no delegates but had1 representatives present who, by vote, were accepted as delegates. The following persons, as recommended by the clubs, were elected to compose the county executive committee: R. F. Smith, Easley; W. T. Bates, Pickens; John T. Boggs, Liberty; R. G. Gatne...

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. — 5 May 1910

Fi Pickens Sentfnel-Jounial ! LOCAL BREVITIES 5 _: * i p Some Things Ton Know and Some | | You Don't Know About Our | Towns, County & People ?Hon. C. D. Mann, candidate y\ for Congress from the 3d district was circulating in PirkonH lnnt.l Monday. ?Mrs. L. C. Thornly aud lit:tle daughter, Emily, are the quests of Mrs. R. A. Lancaster, of Columbia. ?Messrs. J. N. Hallum, of the Pickens Drug Co., and attorney T. J. Mauldin, were amOnC t,ho Plr.lr?n? VlHlfrkva . _0 . v#Kw?4>' ' *u*WVAU l/V Greenville this week. the ham for him and ho is invited to call and get it. We have not adequate language at our command to express with 1 '? 1 uiiiii/iciii/ JLWIUO our wniempi for a man that would be guilty vof such shady piactices. ?Dont miss tho special sale *of ladies coat suits, shirt waists land skirts at Craig Bros, tomorrow and Saturday. They liave a mighty good line of these goods and have put a price on them that should move them. ?D. F. Pace has put up a box ball alloy over the pool...

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. — 5 May 1910

waii i tymuaiai 1 * 11??!' BP?! ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT. PD|l|sl 1 AVcgetaWe Preparation rorAs ting Uie Stomachs aiidDovsxIsol" I If; Promotes Digestion,Cheerful iii'i I ness and Rest.Coutains ncittw I Opiiuu.Morphine nor Mineral, j 11 Not Narcotic. I I i: HhyxofOhlDc&WlirnUlEU FhrofAin SeedjUx.Smna * \ |:Ja :i JhcM/eSa/h- I jtatstSttd * I $03&s*. I Jjr; Him Seed- I m J :! A Aperfect Remedy for Ctmsfipa j K ,<j Mon, Som* Stomach.Diarrhoea j 8 |? | Worms .Convulsion s .Fever ish \\ iSj, ness andLoss of SLEEr. FacSimile Signature of fljj 1 NEW YORK. Exact Copy of Wrapper. - ROGUES III UNIFORMS Donned Official Clothes to Work Their Victims. CLEVER RUSSIAN SWINDLERS. fT"h? Plausible Old Military Man Who Made a St. Petersburg Jeweler Wliom Ho Robbed Act as His Accomplice. Th? Energetic Police Agents. Nowhere is a uniform moro potent than in Russia, and (hat fact lias more than once heen utilized by swindlers In their daring operations. Some years ago a jeweler on the Nevsky Prospek...

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. — 12 May 1910

5 tjfi pickens'^entInFl-journau ^ I ' Knterod April 93* 1908 ?( Plckont, 8. as oondolau matter, undorcoroagr??* of .Htrol? 3,1870 ^ ^ f^\ fluiiiiiMB8MMBPT8KWiiM'iiPiM<ii??n <?m w EDWARD IS NO MORF BE TEMPMUT1 PravtrtaJ "At th? Ia*t <t bit#* ?* ? ?*T* jf M 1 HILE !t cannot ^ 111114 from Intoxicating llquori W% Genesis to Revelation It Its debauching effects as We think probably that the cllmatfc and the nerve tension of our day i grievous at this time. These facti Jesus and the Apostles should we | abstinence as respects all alcoholic tions require to be specially mat. As, for Instance, while Adamfa did Intermarry, nothing of tha kind now because the great depravity o faced our natures along certain Un cousins to marry Is dangerous as r other words, circumstances altar a centuries undoubtedly great change and the wisest and noblost of hum day, at least, alcoholic beverages ar They are dangerous for th? ntronff t tntlons to the weak, who should h the bearing of their burdens ...

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. — 12 May 1910

Pickens Sentinel Jooniel trivorttfiiug Bites ItORHonwb'e (tUr?<l i'lakeaa Foitoffloe m Second 01ms Mail Matter PICKEN8, 8. C. ; THURSDAY May 12, 1910 W. T. Bethea, of Dillon, received a letter recently from a lady in New York, saying that ner (laughter was a passenger on a train in which the Bethea tragedy occurred and had been frightened into a spell of sickness. Enclosed was a doctor's bill, which she said Mr. Bethea ought to pay. He replied that about forty years ago Sherman passed through here, frighten-1 ing people almost to death, but so far he had not heard of any doctor's bills being paid by Sherman's army. Encourage New Enterprises. The greatest need of Pickens to-day is a big pay roll. There can be 110 big pay roll without the employment of a large number of men, and this can not be without the investment of large Capital in useful ontornrisinc lilro mills, factories, etc. Capital should be attracted to Pickens in every possible way, and new enterprises encouraged with ...

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. — 12 May 1910

JP^^SP Sentinel-Journal; t rnniiT rduvitido fl r; uvunjy miuiiHUO 9 ft . T-jir | A Some Things You Know and Some ? \ You Don't Know About Onr ? g Towns, County & People ?A. C. Spain, Dentist, will bo in Central from the 24th to ( the 27th of May. ?Mrs. I. M. Mauldln, of Pickens, spent Wednesday In Greenville, the guest of Dr. and Mrs. L. O. Mauldln. ? Dr. E. G. Kerwln, Dentist of Easley, will be in Pickens every Wednesday. Office over ICeowee Pharmacy. ?E. B. Richardson, and daughter. Miss Pearl, of Liberty visited the family of her brother. W. T Griffin lr? PIAnno this week. ?The condition of Rev. J. C. Yongue, of Pickens, montlon of whose sickness was made in these columns last week, continues toslowly improve. ?An informal dance was given by the young people of Pickens at the hotel Hiawatha on Monday night which was greatly enjoyed by those attending. ?Rev. D. L. Lander, pastor, Is conducting a series of pre imruuory services at tne Jflckens Presbyterian church, preaching at ...

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. — 12 May 1910

1 i v i v' \ $ The Kind You Havo Always B< iu use for over SO years, lit ,_/? - ami hai G&yftfg&U C All Counterfeits, Imitations a Experiments that trifle with Infants and Children?Expcrl What is CJ Castoria is a harmless suhst gorlc, I>rops and Boothing H contains neither Opium, Moi substance. Its ago is its gua and allays Fevcrislmess. It Colic. It relievos Teething T and Flatulency. It assimilal Stomach and Bowels, giving The Children's Panacea?The GENUINE CAST Bears the ? The Kind You Han In Use For Ov TMC CCNTAUd COMPANY, TT MUB Tom Alexander, a well known man about town, was shot ami Instantly killed in n local hotel at Hinninnhani, Ala. by A. V. Haddcn, ouo of i lit* proI p?-ietor8. It is undorslrrod the men uqarreied he?aus? Alexander had refused to p/Vy a rooming 1 >i 11 Hadden is in the city jail. Alrvmd was shot in tlic face at dose ran;;1' As a result of a shooting affair t?<< twoen a party of farmeis near Vi.t cent. Ala., who wore on a iisli iiv; ...

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. — 19 May 1910

Untored April IB, lOOS at Pftckem, N. o* an atoood la?i matUr, undercoroiigrem of Ntroh 3,1879 1 11 ) * 1 ~ 1 ' ' f ? 1 1 ? . . _ 39th Year PICKENS. 8. C.. MAt 19. 1910. Number 52 1 H '>?imbt ni n tmihiii . .. ? THEY HATED ME Matthaw 12:22 -no mat i? not mtn me is against me; abroa Sometimes on a battle neid were tightIng for himself. A yet In tHo end (ho victory wl prevailed In tlio beginning Teacher the entire human family la a great battle between right and \ There Is no doubt whatever as to ho victory. Indeed tho Blblo assures u an end to the conflict, deliver his i etc. The Divine promise Is that this tho Church will be completed and cl reetlon, and tho time shall come for Kingdom for tho blessing of all the r Is It asked why the long delay muuipneti, two tuousand of this si! sinners and their release from the d Ing these nineteen centuries those wl of Ids will?testing their loyalty to 1 he Is testing because he seeks to lltu as have the principles of righteousr how some at ...

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. — 19 May 1910

* Cn? Mens SentiM-Journe! Advertising R-?te? Reasonable T ,i (attired it Ptoxena Foatoffloe m Second uimb MaJl Mutter PICKENS, 8. 0. * THURSDAY May 10, 1910 An Example For Farmers. Rhea Hayne, a Georgia correspondent of Home and Farm gives an encourage account of j the work of a small farmer. Road it and take con rage: There is in mind a staunch young farmer who started in a modest way in growing hay, corn and minor crops with a r i ? i.jj* ? lew iio^s ana a nine oiner livestock. He raised some cotton last year?sixteen bales 011 twelve acres?but ho raised other things, too. He has sold a quantity of hay at $25 per ton, and people came to his barn for it. He has sold a lot of corn in' the ear with the husk on it at $1.25 per bushel. He sold many o rv/%4- r* A/\ ? * 1 oiigoii jjui/aiura elt *>J..V/U pt!X' OUSI1el. To cap the climax hej brought into his little town a few nice hams and some other j country cured meats. He rea-1 lized an all-round price of 18 cents per pound for his p...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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