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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 19 May 1910

\ V \ N\ \ \ \ N ; \ X \ / ^ T A A I T TVf> WW*MW?o jy / 8 LUIAL MKV1T1ES ? A Some Things You Know and Some p You Don't Know About Our ? Towns, County & People ^ n;s,vX . 'wmtsr/mmmsi | ?Mr. V. L. Lpehr of Clinton1 8. C., spent Sunday with the1 family of W. II. Ashmore. ?Mfjiare. I. M. and T. J. Maul-i din and .1. P. Carey, Jr., are, in Columbia this week on bnsl-, noss. I ? Mrs. W. 1[. Johnson, of Piekens, is spending a tinio with relatives and friends in Oolumi)ia. ? Dr. E.G. Korwin, Dentist of Easley, will be in Pickens every Wednesday. Office over K eowee Pharmacy. Mrs. V. li. Loehr is on a two weeks visit to her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ashmore, in Pickens, S. C. ?Clinton Chronicle. ?Airs. A. M. Ilaniet left Saturday morning for Liberty, S. C., where her sister, Miss Corrie May field, is seriously ill.?Sylvan Yaley News. --Clerk of Court A. J. Hoggs has a lot of pension money on 4 hand and he would he glad for the old soldiers who are entitled to same to call and get ...

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. — 19 May 1910

IijWp ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT. m 1 AVcgetable Preparation for As H;; slmUailngthcPwdanilRc^uia Wi ting the Stomachs andBowels of I! |i PromotesDigpslion?hterfulj I i ncss and Rest.Contalns neither III i Opiuiu.Morphiiuj nor Mineral. II Not Narcotic, j | | [: Ihfijptof OldIkSHMVELtiiuuH ii Hnpkia StdIII 4&T?! \ fgWfljtf jinisiStfd * I ?!$?; &SX&-U,. / WntfilZi UhrmSrtd- 1 pl| ; ) . Kgw jlR.': AperfectRemedy forConsftya- I lion, Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea I E3g2M;j Worms,1Convulsions .Feverish 1 ncss andLoss or Sleep. Ita^vfjji Facsimile Signature of KjSl; Hil NEW YORK. Exact Copy of Wrapper. wnmmmm&mmmwMm President W. C. Brown, of the New York Central, has declared that the iucreases recently granted to railway workers throughout the country, to-; gother with those which have been arranged for. will make an aggregate j $100,000,0011 a year. Haseil upon interstate commerce C( mmlsslon stalls tics. President Brown says the wages paid under the new scale will he $1,227,233,000 an...

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. — 26 May 1910

_ ^a jtatf^ life* jgm^r w s i | mrm ^&| fli fi 'twui.i sl^f jl i a jr. x i jlm^jli^ f\ ^ / k i ? f^ni? !>w*n m??(er,,uii(|?rc6foii|[i'?ii? of Mnrrh'8,1870 .^. ':" ''"* ^ 1V?t?? -; i _ . HEAVEN-PRO Matthew 14i13-21 "I am tho bread HE Gospels glvo us two dlstl , multitude In tlio wilderness p wns Ave thousand nnd on tin it w?b ft lnd who provided fl\ tho other caso tho disciples theuisolv In ono lnstftnec twelve baskets full o kiucv, in Luti umur seven unsucts lull, these miracles. In both Instances tbei clo, and the necessity prompted our Divine power. It will be no'tlced thai tho benefit of others tlio special powe his baptism through tlio descent of tl refused to use this same power selfis hungered nfter having spent forty da his work, studying tho Scriptures to should suffer and becouio the Medlato Not all, even of tlioso who assocl elated, believed In his wonderful mln Heve there Is also a possibility. Ind true In their assurances that faith Is n that for this very reason ...

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. — 26 May 1910

Vilv<jetiBiui? Hwwonable ] B r~rVrc?: , . ?( MHjn't ai Pioion* Foatomoe u Second Claw i Mall Matter PICKENS, S, V. i Ha Kw IF I THURSDAY May 26, 1910 '- - 1 ^ *1 ' On Friday, June 3rd, the local Chapter of the Daughters of the Coniedreacy will give their usual, annual celebration y in honor of the Confederate Soldiers, and, to the ceremonies of that day. every Confederate ' : . " Veteran is invited nml he in K' " II urged to bring his wife audi children. A very attractive' program has heen arranged, and in this program, time and opportunity will ho given to such veterans as may desire to speak, n June the third has become a fixed asset of the old soldiers, and that day in Pickens is an\ nually turned over to them for ' their enjoyment, aided by everything that the Daughters of vv.u,v,ruu, * ail uu rui isiii'ii I pleasure. This year, each veteran is especially urged t<> bring Ms family, ami the good ladies of the family, ami of every family desiring to contribute to the succ...

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. — 26 May 1910

- 4 several iii% inoneeniortts nftw m. over the coiuilry, ami aokeo*. edges recoiptof those from Con tral, Liberty and Davidso ('ollego. -l)o you know anybody tha wants to buy a Rood stock o clothing? Louis Copel says h wants to sell out and bun anotner town. Pickens is get ting too big for him and hi wants to limit a smaller plac to do business. ?-Arthur 8. Porter is an nou need for Magistrate fo Pickens Township and is fa miliar wit. ilie duties of the of lice haling been magistrate a Piedmont for a long time ; number of years ago. Shoul he be elected the people will b well represented. ?We call your attention t the ad of W. L. Matheny, whicl fmnoin'u iii ('niu Itionn Tr.v tvi ?> til iUHQ IOOUVi 1 LU WI lit? all kinds of lire, life, accident health and hail insurance Surely in the lot thero is soni sort of policy you need. H represents first-class companie and would appreciate a share o your business. ?Joe E. Medlin is announce in this issue for coroner and h asks the considera...

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. — 26 May 1910

UfcAIH. t r*??. . el Skeleton of the Skyscraper. "See that big blob of scarlet paint?" said tho engineer as he pointed to n girder high up In the skeleton of the now okyscraper. "That red spot means that ono of the men working on tho building was killed by tho girder sweeping him off tho structure whllo being put in position." Tho visitor craned his neck and saw a rough patch of vermilion paint on one of tho lloor girders up on tho sixteenth story. "It must bo a dangerous life," he said to his engineering frleud. "Yes. Those men up thero arc working under tho chance of instant death at any moment. They'll walk along the topmost girder, 300 feet above tho sidewalk?a llttlo path of slippery iron Ave inches wldo?and will lean outward against tho wind. You or I 'couldn't do It for a second. "Now and again there's an accident. A chap slips. A workor gets hit by a swinging girder and flung off. Another man takes an Incautious step and falfs off into eternity. Tho men working near by do th...

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. — 2 June 1910

40th Year ^ ^ "" JMCKHNS. 8. a. ^ "" ~ ^ ^ " v,??/.,< v ^ ^ ANARCHISTS PLOT DEATHSOF RULERS (V^nso.of Spain, and Manuel, of Portugal, Marked Men. It Is reported that secret warnings have boon sent to the government officials at Libbon that an attempt upon the life of King Manuel Is llkoly to be made upon his return from London. rue Hpanlsii police In tracing the details of tho widespread anarchist plot for a campaign of terrorism have found tliat not only are King AlfonBo and King Manuel of Portugal marked for death, but members of their governments as well. It Is believed that the conspiracy extends no farther than the Iberian peninsula, but secret service officials of other governments are co-operating In the work of ferreting out the conspiracy. It Is reported that several have been socretly arrested at Madrid, and there nVe even hints that the conspiracy extends to army circles. The scheme embraces a goneral uprising on the Iberian ponlnsula, without regard to national hounda...

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. — 2 June 1910

"Pickens Sentinel-Journel i \ U'-vi'minv Tl >tp(i Reasouable C -t t>iek?ni r.mtoaioo m 8mob< 01mm i mm) Matter 1 PICKENS, S. C. : t I'llUR'*DAY JUNK 2. 1910 ! Catcechee As thin section was visited bv a nice rain on lust night (Sunday), and as everything of a ( green nature has assumed a different appearance, your correspondent. lias kindlv taken on new life, too, and decided to pea you a few thoughts. The health of this little town , is as it always is?good. \V 3 have never had a person killed in this town consequently we have never started a graveyard vet. If the country people don't continue to help Dr. Woodruff out it really looks like he will have to go out of business. A poor stand of cotton is the cry with the farmers now. The prospects for a cotton crop are certainly looking gloomy, tho' we have never known a time in this country hut what there would 1?:' some cotton made if the farmer did his part. If there is not so very much made tho price will be higher, conseque...

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. — 2 June 1910

\\ \ \. \ \ \ \ \ \ \/ I LOCAL BREVITIES ? ft.JiM | Some Things You Know and Some | | You Don't Know About Our | a Towns, County & People /\ \ \ \ \ \ ?Never argue with a man ,.,kA 4-nllr,, I .1-11 . >VI1U l/arnn HH11UT lIUlll yOU. ?Eve; body is prosperous these dfy/s except the in an who y luis to foot the bills. ?If wo could see ourselves as others see (is, we would be in an eternal fight with our shadows. ?From now until the latter] , part of August you may t xpect I to receive the candidates hand shako. - Plant a big melon patch. If peaches and apples fail von will enjoy your watermelons and cantaloupes. ? Dr. 10. (1. K or win. of lOasley, will be in Pickens every Wednesday. Office over Keowee Pharmacy*. ?Take a lesion from tin? birds and sing when the sun is shining, and when it ain't shining sing lieeau e you want it to shine. ?Mrs. V. 1j. Loehr returned to Clinton Monday, after spending; several days in Pickens with relatives.?The Clinton Chronicle. ?Of course von inte...

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. — 2 June 1910

^Jj IHIHiij :: ALIOHOL 3 PER CENT. Sm ij ASfegetable Preparation CorAs S ? Simllalin?ihc Food and Regitta ?R| I ting die Stomachs andBowelsnl 5;!t Promotes Di&eslion.CluerfljV ! I; ncss andRest.Conlalns neither 51 ! | Opium.Morphinc norMiiwrol. I |i Not Narcotic. Hll I Ifrryx ofOMDc&WLUmvm III r /foupka Seed" . 01; : jUx-Smna * ] ? J jj AtM/eSalts- / J* V j4ruseSttd * \ ji; Ss?-'" ( ||: ) Apafttt Remedy fovOcmsllpa Wja5j tlon, SourSlomacn Diarrnoca jjES V Worms,1Coimilsions.Fevcrish 3Q^;S||, neS3aildLOSSOFSLKEL>. ??... Facsimile Signamreof rj NEW'YORK. Exact Copy of Wrapper. HHHMRHMHSn ALLEGED GRAFTING IN THE HIGH PLACES rr < Lorrirner Aiiair in Illinois Has Caused Sensation. i' Bursting like a bomb wlii!< ! nlii'l B tat Ob Senator Lorimei wns dtdivoring his vindication ;|>.-t?h at Wa hlngtcrn, D. C., Stati S-nator John / Broderlck, a loading Chicago democrat, was indicted on a brib?>r\ charge by the grand Jury ai Springfield. 111. Brodorick's Indictment, it I...

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. — 9 June 1910

ICnt?rcMl April !<Di 1003 at I'lrkotiiii S. ('. nit hccoikI cIhmm matter, lUHlerralonjjroK* ol .llarcli :!,] 871) | 40th Y, < PICKENS. 8. G? JUNE 9, 1910. Number 3 .I W0\ if Mliwo ?>BiA ' rULR UUIIMS HSS PLATFORM FOR 1912 n Principles on Which He Wi!! Seek Nomination. :h ;s ? Missouri Democrats of all faction j. at a dinner horo heard former Gov. f! Joseph \V, Folk announco the prinei ^ pies on which, it Ih said, lie will HCek " the presidential nomiiiiitlon in i;?12. The dinner was in chin ;u of men who have boon uromotlng the boom of tii former governor. ' "The doctrine of equal i if 1:1 should bo made a living, vital and cmli'dllne force til tlu? irnviTiminnt " > ' ' ^ Mr. Folk after ho lnvl )ist< it 1 to \ Democrats from all parts of the ite tell the guests ahoul the form- j<>\ornor they should endorse for the presidency. JOSEPH W. cOl K. | "Tho Democratic put " > I) l "s'in,,hl insist I ItampliiK out of i.ntft : n I < l*oni every department < f Iic...

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. — 9 June 1910

*. " ' V ' Delivered at Pickens. June 3rd, 1910. Mr. Chairman, United Daugh-1 tors of tho Confederacy, Confederate Veterans, Ladies ( and gentlemen: I count myself , happy in the honor and privilege of this hour, when I am permitted to stand in this presence, and take part in the exercises of this 1 day. The duty which I have been requested to perform is one of great, responsibility, and I am fully conscious of an inability on mv part to do justice to the occasion, and of a deep and pro round sense ot my un worth iness to be the recipient of the honor conferred upon me in being called to perform this task. But having been summoned to this duty by that noble b ind of Southern women known as the "United Daughters of the Confederacy," a body of pariotic women who have vindicated their right to command, as a loyal son of the South, I had to obey. There is an inspiration in the thought that at this season, not only here in your beautiful little mountain city, but all over our beautiful s...

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. — 9 June 1910

^ J t>,. r t w?^ j v ? Towns, County & People. J? .S -r\r gr A \Vv-'V AV JWF*i ? Dr. E. G. Kerwin, Dentls of Easley, will be in Plekeni every Wednesday. Office ovei Keowee Pharmacy. We want to sell you botl work ami dress shirts becaust we will sell you better ^oods foi same money. Dome and see. tl' Craig Bros. ? For Sale: Cadillac Tourinf car with new lop, gas lights two extra inner tubes anil in i No. I condition. Price $150 A;>ply to C. X. Wyatt, Easley S. C. ?There will be childrens da> exercises at Bethlehem Church, Urd Sunday in this month Speakers arc expected to be present and make fitting ad dresses. The public are cordial lv invited to attend and enjo> the exercises. ?There will be an allday olt and young folks singing al Camp Creek Church the thirc Sunday in June. All lovers ol music arc cordially invited t< attend. Bring well tilled has kels, new song books and the oldjChristiau Ilarmony. To the Pickens Sentinel Jour nal: IMease allow me space in youi ...

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. — 9 June 1910

The Kind You llavo Always 5 in use for over 250 years, 1 W ? aiul li AU Counterfeits, Imitations Experiments that triilo witl Infants ami Children?Expe What is C e Castoria is a harmless subf portc, I>rops and Soothing? contains neither Opium, M< substance. Its ago is Its }?u and allays Feverislmcss. It Colic. It relieves Teething1 1 and Flatulency. It assimil: Stomaeli and Bowels, tr'*'"; yKg| The Children's Panacea?Tli \ genuine CAS1 \ Bears the ' The Kind You Ha ln>Vse For O -TMC CCrt^HJYl COMPANV, TT Ml . . -9 A CUNNING WEASEL Th* Trick by Which Ho Trapped Hii Big Rat Antagonist. f'V Once a sawmill in a western towi was infested with rats, which, beiuj. **nolested, became very n'jmcr.>u bold and played round tlu; mil iuong the men while they worked dur injr the day. I>111 one day (here :;p {K penred on the scene a we.iscl, whiel Immediately declared war <n t!i- ro dents. Ono by ono tho rats f?-11 victims tc the weasel's superior strong! 1?, unti " lily one very...

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. — 16 June 1910

I THE PIlKENS SENTINEL-J'jURNAU. (' ' Unlcr.'.1 A11 r 11 US, 1! 11 >: I m 1'lrl.i'iik, jj. I'. u? wc.iihi r 11.? * tnaltnr. iindormruHiirv** ur 11 a.rli J, IH 7II 40th Year PICKENS. S. <7.. JUNK 16. 1910. "jv.ZZTT CHAINED A WARSHIP, s it An Incident of the War Between Greece and Turkey. A YOUNG OFFICER'S DARING. Tho Turk's Pluck and Strategy Rosuited In Making a Powerful Greek Voosel a Helpless Prisoner Within the Landlocked Waters of Arta. it was during (ho war between u??vo mm mna\v 111 IBVM llim 1110 Inhabitants of (Jala Krlnl?a Wirge vII age, slnco destroyed by tho Turks, on tile 8bores of the gulf of Artu?awoke one morning to find that a Hellenic battleship bad entered tlio gulf and CAHt anchor off tlio shore. Tho surprise of the Inhabitants of (Jala Krlnl wns nothing compared with that of a pnrty of Ave Turkish ofileers, who. fresh from tho crest of n hill towering above the village, watched tho vessel through tholr telescopes. Theso Turkish officers were on an urgent an...

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. — 16 June 1910

W- } V Pickens Sentinel-Journel VlvWtain? Rifo^ ltoftpoimh'e snitTii.) t'iokeai FoRtolHce a? Second Ului Mall Matter PICKENS, S. C. : THURSDAY JUNE 1(1, 1910 District Schools Mr Editor:? It seems that too little is being said in regard to the improvement of district or rural Schools. Such a vital question should receive more consideration at our hands. The rural schools is where the farmer and his children has, and is receiving the foundation of their education, in fact, it is the "completing college" for most of us. How important it is then that we should look for all the improvements we can. Many districts have voted a special tax for school purposes and 1 understand other's are trying to see what can be done. No district can afford to let air opportunity pass without vot-] ing on a tart for school improvements. And no live man can honestly vote against it. Its very difficult sometime to get a special levy thrugh on account of opposing parties?parties that will fight any thing pro...

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. — 16 June 1910

, , ? Pickens Sentinel-Journal \ V \ \ \ \ \ \ \ N \ V \/ I LOCAL BREVITIES I ???I $ Some Things You Know and Some p ? You Don't Know About Our | Towns, County & People \ \ \ \ v: n \ \ \ \ \ \ X ?Ml'S. A C1. -Tnn v V V*. S. (J., is visiting her children in Pickens this week. ? ?Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Brainletfc, of Clemson College, are on a visit to his parents in Pickens. ?For Sale: Choice of two good milch cows, for cash or good papers. E. W. Pickens, R. 5, Pickens, S. C. ?Miss Malta Boggs, who is attending the G. F. O., is spending her vacation with her parents in Pickens. m ?Miss Helen Boggs, who lias been spending some time in Cincinnati, has returned to her home in Pickens. ?Dr. E. G. Kerwin, Dentist of Easley, will be in Pickens every Wednesday. Office over Keowee Pharmacy. nr T ? * ? * " ?Mr. ijCJtoi isoggs, wno ncfids a lucretivo position with an electrical company in Cincinnati, is spending a time in Pickens. ?Mrs. J. F. Banister, of Liberty, spent a portion of last week...

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. — 16 June 1910

. ' wmmmmmmmmmamm !| alcohol 3 1'kh uk nt I AVcgetablePreparationfor As !, 11 simUat in^ the Fbod anil RcijiJ.i j ting I lie Stomachs awl Hovels nf i I' promotes Dig,cslion.Cliecrl\?v| || i ness andRest.Contains ncittur ill Opiuni.Morphinc nor Mineral. hi Not Narcotic. ? : fycyKalOltlDrSmmmilin I J\anpkin Sftd~ j|i| jilx.Senm * ) I JMx/le&Jh- / Olil AuseSttd * I I flgSfc*. I O ItmSr/J- I !A Ctpnfkd Suaar. I q mtagntnTtonr. f r ^ Aperfccl Remedy for C-mslipa iSro |i 1 ion, Sour Stomarli.Diarrhea ! Scan * Worms .Convulsions.Feverish ncss and Loss OF Su.L i'. Facsimile Signature iT Ifi' mw$M ' Exact Copy of Wrapper. A DANGEROUS FISH. Tho Peril That Comos With Cntching an Eloctric Ray. Trouble lurks In the least suspected spots. One would think a smooth, shallow cove a safe place In which (o float In a good craft, yet Charles I'rod erick Holder met with nn adventuro In just such a spot, which ho relates In "Big Game at Sen." The author was visiting a friend on the New Mug land coast...

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. — 23 June 1910

r THE PltKENS SENTINELJOlRNAu. ^ Kntercd April !i3< 1II03 at lMckcus, S. (', uu voronil cltid matter, iniderrorotigre** of iflarrb 3,1870 40th Year PICKENS. 8. C.. JUNE 23, 1910, ft 1 A BUSINESS TRAINING The Methods That Are Used In the Schools of Germany. CLASS ROOMS AS OFFICES. The Pupils Aro Divided Into Firme That Carry on an Imaginary Trade With Each Other?The Courts From Office Boy to Director. No one will deny the fact that Germans are among the keenest business men in tbe world. And undoubtedly one of Hie secrets of their success lies In the fact that hi German schools boys are taught the practical details of business. The writer receutly returned from Hamburg after a year's course of education, and an outline of the system of training boys In business may be Interesting. On my first day's attendance I was handed a time tablo on which appeared, set out In formidable array, such subjects as commercial correspondence, laws of bills of exchange, currency, political economy a...

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. — 23 June 1910

FPickens Sentinel-JourM: \.?l*f?rtiitncr R to* Koa?onaWe i at riokena Puatoffloe m Second uiiu Mail Matter PICKENS, S. V. : THUK81)AY JUNK 28, 1910 Meeting County Fair Association. Meeting called to order by re, tiring President of the Association, T. J. Mauldin. On motion T. J. Mauldin was made Temporary Chairman and Edgar Morris Temporary Secretary. The Chairman declared the meeting to be for the purpose of reorganization. J. P. Carey, jr., addressed the ^ meeting as to racing on Main street, and he thought it best that it should not be done. Hej suggest el that the Association! H buy or lease land near town and %i^?ve races there, and ?|T fat no Fair Association P9L luld ever be a success that was r feld on Main street. He also | fated that he was in favor of tv Vaving the fair and that every V^K'raon put forth every effort possible to make it a urand success. Lot evervhody pull .together and have one oi the grandest fairs yet held. Other remarks were made after which the Associa...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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