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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 29 December 1910

' ' V . - . - f Pickens Sentinel-Journal >v ^ \ N x v N n s N \ vv/ I LOCAL BREVITIES ? . - . ? Some Things Yon Kno* and Some < * You Don't Know About Our ' / /1 Towns. r.onntv ft Pp.nnlp. / ^ ^ -- j ?' . xvf." y X\.\ \ \ s \ \ \ \ \ \ vN No. 8884 wins the handsome doll given away by the Pickens Drug Co. ?Uev. B. E. Grandy will lill an appointment at Sccona next Sunday being the first Sunday in January. ? II. L. Ambler, who for some time past has been travelling in the west, is spending the holidays at the old home place above Pick an f. ?On tho 25th instant tho barn of William Hill, colored, l.vin^ in tho Ambl(>r section, was destroyed by fire with all of tho contents. The loss is 8200. ?If it is a nice small farm from 10 to 50 acres near Six : Mil,. 4lio( - .UMV %,iiiw jwu \\ am , me. H. M. 11 ester, '"I he Real Instate. Man." LOST?One \\ 11it? |n>it?t?,ri ""<lo^ with <l.H'k spots. The <i )'j, j \v:-; bought I'l'mii Will M n,; ".: FiM'Icr return ;?n?l ix> '...

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. — 29 December 1910

\ SHELTFH IN THE FARM YARD Excellent Manner of Stacking Hay Is Illustrated?Also Protects hi* Animalc Tho illustration shows an excellent maimer of slacking the straw, hay or i-oi'u fodder that it may bo fed from the yard; this not only prevents the rattle from pulling it down and wasting same, but provides an excellent shelter for them from tho weather, says the Farm Press. The uprights or posts are made of onerete and so have greater durability than if constructed of wood; these are easily molded by building a box form of the right height and about 15 Shelter for the Farm Yard. l.w.Kr?o em....... ... .i.? i i.i ;r ...? < o.|n.ii' >n in'* iur>Mn- 11 ?>iii.? four posts arc to he vise; tlit* concrete j Is tamped Inside same and when 1 cured the frame may hi riveted upon them to form tlm foundation for the stack. \\"h> n desired the number of posts may he increased and the size of same decreased; thus, If six posts are used they will he amply strong if made )'J inches sq...

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. — 29 December 1910

1 SIGNS PUZZLE THE ^OQSLBONESAGES CONVENTION OF FORECAST IN TERFRETERS BREAKS UP IN DISGUST AT REPORTS. DISCUSS WINTER OUTLOOK Much Conflicting Evidence for Bellev ers In the Goosebone, the Groundhog, the Wrinkled Tomato, the Thick Husk and Other Signs. Channahon, 111.?The loral nature prophets can't quite agree on what is coining off this winter In the way of weather. There is much conflicting evidence, for believers In the goosebone, the groundhog, the wrinkled tomato, the thick corn husk and other signs supposed to give a correct forecast to consider that at a gathering of the prophets here no final forecast was risked. One prophet had the courage to rise tip and state that he had been in the habit of basing his prediction for the winter on what the weather was each September 29, but that last year all signs failed, due, he thinks, to the disconcerting advent of Halley'a comet then approaching tho earth. At the finish, he had a choice lot of unfulfilled forecasts on hand. Followi...

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. — 29 December 1910

| 93,402,151 ON UNCLE Census Does Not Inclr.de MT Ia.'I '0 T> l! H jLyiiueoiuwu uroiutio of Philippines, Which Would Make the Total 101,100,000. I III L I I I I , . . . . I l*y A. LllbCK I UlN. TlIK population of 11??? United ; Stales is This in eliiiles Alaska, l'oi'to Uico and , Hawaii, hut excludes the Phil- ' ippities, (!uam, Samoa and the Panama cimal zone. Ineludiiiu tlx- Philip ! pines aeeonling to the census nf ! 1 I) I 1 !ll> 1^1 llM.ll .. ..I' Ill V.. ....... .....I (l>c canal '/.one, (lie population for (li<> j nation ami its possessions is 101.100,000. Tin' population of the I'ldted States propel-, exclusive of Alaska and the island possessions, is 02.0.'i.~?..N7 I. Wo now know how hi.u wo are. Having asked everybody sibonl his birth- 1 plaee and iiis wife's relations, we ha\ > ; east np the totals Into long and head- j ueh.v eolnmns of ligurcs that proelaim to the world our numerical greatness. It. is quite !i showing over '.hi.into. < KM? people fo...

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 January 1911

4 (V 1 atzered April 23. 19ID3 at PicKCL -- - - a2 ter, umter act of ':nre of . -h 1879 P JAN 5 1911. PARK "A nierry Christmas and a happy New Year" to my Pick ens County Friends for thei r leberal patronage which' has enabled me to make 1 91 one of my most successful years. YOUR Patronagc is appreciated. During 1911, with the help of Henry McKenzie and Bu t Wood, I shall try to give ou 'our best service. Soliciting 1 coatinuance of your trade for 1911 I am, Yours Truly, A. K "More Goods For Less Money" .YOliJR toui EASY.? Use Putnam's Fadeles Dye or Diamond Dyes. A Full Line of Both. Don't forget that White Pine & Tar for that Cough Hits the Spot! And REMEMBER We Carr a complete line of DRUGS Keowee Pharmacy, VESTA The Brand, if you want high ass, Cake, Rolls, Loaf or Buiscuit r Christmas. Try our Vesta our. It is the best snade out oi heat. 100 per cent pure patent d costs you no more than comn on Flour. Drop in and. let us fil ur bill for Christrnas Frun ~s anc LL kinds of G'...

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. — 5 January 1911

9s )pj~ they gnant, rly if litter of eglected er seem the eation of er'she as farrowed uIrd. We should nourished moth oak, sickly litter of of shelter is an Im whether in the northern en states, although in- the e far south especially-very e shelter except at farrowing time needed. At fprrowing time the er should -always be supplied a building that will afford shel from the rain and the wind for both 'the mother and the pigs until *he pigs become dry. If the wind Portable Hog House. -born i e death. c amr-.:akhi Oafeory.- Tch ro p o-r -et htnd a iarihetpit tha- n .m 'ta ot ope Tt te so ro rshin the pigs et arw:?ing t . a scantiag should cA w '-:~ ,eh fsenett _-: Io Isat ofe house ; ch g on t ncie tad an of Construction. e rzter of the pen. The smahl an run under this protection 'and mother from lying upon tyof straw for bed wntime. eeding ve ound, s more ecessary. provided on to the pas will save a great must be rememi must be nourished at the pigs will come strong and healthy. I11 ...

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 January 1911

2Modern Most Rooms Very Low and o es Ouite Small By MARGARET BATESON HREE-QUARTERS of a century ago it was the ambition of. every prosperous citizen to build himself a house. His dining! table, the altar of ceremonious hospitality. gave two dozen people ample space to dine and gesticulate around its polished spread of mahogany. At expansive moments toward the end of the feast some small child elaborately dressed and curled would be placed on the table and invited to make her way along with the decanters to the other end without upsetting the dishes of dessert. And there was space for the performa ance of the feat. These houses really held things. There were immense pictures, of rich dark oils, in the dining room, and fine unfettered ezpanses of waterj olors in the drawing room. There was not only that great table, with any leaves dedicated to eating; but in all the sitting rooms there would ever so many fine, spacious solid tables on which work could be done d things could be laid. ...

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 January 1911

part iriend. it much . s< . Yet we to s. farewell. d man it tottered the end' of life's i went forward to vast vault wherein .e forms of dead dynas sheeted centuries swept remorseless hand of time at great graveyard at the .nce of which rises the im nary tombstone upon which nscribed these words: 'THE AST.' There is a sublime so lemnity in the slowly moving, yet never varying tide of years. Man has marked its course into hours, days, weeks, months, years and centuries, yet it rush es on, on, on, and still on, utter ly unmindful of the puny marks raised to measure the tide that never tifes. Dynasties have rose, flourished and decayed: cities have sprung from fertile plains and. then sank beneath the desert's drifting sands; con tinents have reared their lofty brows above the ocean's track less waste, only to return to the coral caverns from whence they rose; races have risen to the noon of splendor and become lost in the depths of night, but Time, patient. plodding, tireless Time,...

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. — 5 January 1911

LOCAL BREYLITES Some Thigs You Kniow ad Some You Don't Know About Our Towns, Con*y&People A word to the wives is seldom cient. Ever notice what poor care 1 ther people takeof their health. Avoid pushing to the front by ing back on your county pa per, People who like to quarrel l do it in an effort to prove that they never do. Children are very indulgent to believe in Santa Claus so as to humor their parents. When a woman has a good complexion herself she knows no one else's is genuine. After January 1st, 1911, the Pickens Oil Mill will- gin on, 'day's only. -Dec. 29tf. -For land anywhere in Pick ns county see or write J. R. hmore. "The Land Man." -A. A. Jones, Esq., who has just recovered from a spell of tv phoid fever, is in town today. I have a stand of s iw-timber that I want cut. If interested, call on or write me at Pickens R. 3. . M. J. Welborn. I take this method of publicly thanking the white friends and patrons for their mo4t liberal patronage given me during the holida...

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. — 5 January 1911

amung mth( biles blowing chauf this is truly an un ce has been almost entire d of the charge of harbor germs. . These little pets de feet. Somehow we can't get real good and scared over the announcement a new counterfeit $100 bill is iz ~circulation. It cost an Ohio farmer $14.25 for at tepting to kiss his neighbor's wife CNear kisses are as costly as one peal jed and delivered. The population- of New. York state is nearly 10,000,000, but there Is stil plenty of room to get around there without touching elbows. Nutwithstanding the fact that uppel erths are to be lower, It will be neo to use a iadder for the purpose 71f get~ng into one of them. Japan Is going to buy herself a S0000000 warship. This ought t< p tate- another war scare amons nervous contingent. The Aght which a Pennsylvania Iuiber! buyer had with a bear may in recognition of Bruin as one o1 leaiding conservationists. There is one merit which the air hip can boast. It leaves the streets for pedestrians to walk without...

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. — 5 January 1911

Her HirE By T. S. Copyright, 1910, by A Cranleigh Hume swung himself ite the Manayunk car, thrust his ufnb and forefinger into his waist - pocket after the small change he ":'ly kept there, and found noth "irrup!" growled the conductor, ;,bcing at the waiting line behind he trim young fellow. The boy's xan'r's rummaged nervously through ro pockets. -A-, here," snarled the bluecoat, 'fr'mng to beat your way for a few kl'oks!" He jerked the bell violent Y for a stop. "i have nothing but this bill." 1s- a thrust into an inside pocket L::d drew forth a twenty dollar note. The car cauie to a grumbling stop. The conductor was angry. "No, you do'-.. You know I can't change a uhle X. Don't have to. - Get off." T'e young fellow hesitated, a flush up his face into his closely 'ened hair. Two or three passen r. were smiling at his dilemma. .urned on his heel and stepped nc- the night. .4. the same moment a fat, white aied, red-faced old gentleman stnc;ed from the crowd on the car ,axorm. The c...

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. — 5 January 1911

,W 71-9. DEAD* Ex-Communicated. Leader, of thp Fir-t Church of Christ' Scientist, Says the Millennium Will Also Begin With Resurrection of Mother Eddy. Mrs. Augusta' . Stetson, the ex 4V 'communicated leader of the First Church of Christ..Scientist, in New York, says that* the hour has come hen she must.stand before the whole vorld of Christan, -Science and pro claim her belief In the imminent res urrection in the semblance of human form of Mary Baker G. Eddy, the dis coverer of Christian Science, who, as the world believes, died at her home In Newton, Mass., on Deeember 3. "Mrs. Eddy I - not dead," said Mrs. Stetson. * "As Jesus Christ revealed hirlself on the third day after his crn cifixion and later was seen of a com pany of 500, so Mrs. Eddy will be raised from the iomb and will mani fest herself to ill the world in probf f her teachings :'that. there is no death. With this demonstration of herself in a form that will be visible to all the world the end of the gospel age will b...

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 January 1911

- / Ak Al Entered April 23. 19i3 at Pie en,.. e I t enauer, umier s-t C: of .%:arth 3, 1879 n a PI(KENS, S. C., JAN 12, 1911. weakness ,neYear. 10 n PARK Gereen~v11e .cort1 Caroltn a. "A mnerry Christmas and a happy New Year" to my Pick ens County Friends 1for th'eir leberal patronage whichi his enabled me to make 1910 one of my most successful years. YOUR Patronage ,is appreciated. During 1911, with the help of Henry McKenzie Aand. Burt Wood, I shall try to give you our best service. Soliciting a continuance of your trade for. 1911 I am, ) Yours Truly, }A.K. PARK estEnd. _Be aC ae tiv1e. -.c> IMre Goods For Less Money" ! ~iJa.ltto D1a EMkSY? Use Putnam's Fadeles Dye or Diamond Dyes.. A Full Line of Both. Don't forget that White Pine & Tar for that Cough Hits the Spot! And REMEMBER We Carrr a 6omplete line of I - DRUGS Keowee Pharmacy, VESTA, Is The Brand, if you want high class, Cake, Rolls, Loaf or Buiscuit Jor Christmas. Try onr Vestal Flour. It is the best inade out of Wh...

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 January 1911

J... . DMIR A EEhedo h - ~ ~ ~ -' cilrao-o eln nafs -n LF-CONFENCE IS Mattioew 26on31-d5,dr t m tiesaoItbing hm p8: DMIRAL DEWEY head of the United States navy, has an espe c-ah reason for feeling in a fes tive mood during the merry Yule tide season. It brings him a double holiday. Not merely, you understand, the dual celebrations of Christmas and New Year's day, but another one besides. The e planation of surprise of red let terdays in the admiral's calendar at this season of the year Is found in the circum ance that the birthday anniversary of the hero of Manila bay occurred on December 26, the day after Christmas. Moreover, the Admiral's friends make as much of the birthday anniversary as xthey do of the general holiday that just pre UNRcedes It. BThe highest ranking officer of our naval ser tice is quite in conceit with the idea of having -is h ay aniereslti in the aeo wter - orms, a umoe oattn h ueo Befod adben inrdce noanaat snent surrounded with a riursem pinin wa askd asto t...

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. — 12 January 1911

Hortiulture HARM DONE BY BARK BEELE Like Other Members of Their F011Y They Always Attack Weaken and Starved Trees. In peach orchards from New fork southward to Virginia and- wesrard to Michigan the peach tree baribee tle has given occasional troubloince about 1850. It is a hard-shell in sect about % inch long, and Vn it emerges from the tree leave' tiny holes like small shot holes i the bark, hence it is sometimes ca the shot-hole borer. The full-grown tles appear in early spring, irrow througi the. bark to the sFood, and lay their eggs. The larvj soon hatch and make little burrows their owns in various directions. about one month they emerge and art a second brood. The numerouskrrows eventnally girdle and kill th see. - - Like other members of th amily, they rarely attack, healthy s, but promptly recognize weakgd and starved trees, which soon tw . the gummy exudations at poi; of at tack. - This peculiarity sugfts that orchard trees should be k4 in the best possible vigor, and all!a...

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 January 1911

won't -.F-coN F'ey get it Muthew object to pa5r in advance, all sorts of lame excu ses, usually that they might lose what they paid in by rea son of the fact that the editor might die. the paper might sus pend or be burnt up by fire. To such senile excuses we want to answer: The editor might die but that wouldn't stop the paper. Did you ever heai of a paper stopping because the editor died? The paper usually has advertising, legal advertis ing in it, which makes it imper *,tive that it should run on, and then there is-always someone to step in his shoes, some one in the community, or out of it, who is anxious to dicker with the executors, and get the thing on his own shoulders. If you ever hear of a paper stopping you may know of a surety that it is a campaign af fair or that the patronage was insufficient, or, like our case,the boys owed so much that it was cheaper to quit than to continue publishing. More reasonable to suppose that the subscriber might die and leave nothing to Day...

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. — 12 January 1911

AL BREVITIES Things You Knew and Some hu Don't Know About Our "Towns, Couty& People Br. R. F. Smith, of -Easley a busines visitor to Pickens; ednesday. The younger set of Pickens tlv.enjoyed the dance at the; me of B. C. Robinson Mondayj ht. arried at the residence of the, c ciating notary public, George id, on the 1st instant, Mr. surgess to Miss - Burns. ls. A. P. Lawrence, nee Miqs ie Mae Parsons, came up esday to spend . short time th her father, E. F. Parsons, Pidens. R. G, Gaines. -of Central, a visitor to the -court house onday. He has zbout gained wonted health and strength .is ooking aswdl as he ever d. .-A -eong service ill be held very ftunday evening commen ing at 1:30 o'clock aAd all those who enjoy singing are urged to come to Camp Creek church at he above hour. The old board of commission rs turned over the office to their 9accessors last ThursdaY4 with a -etty good showing which is evidenced by their balance sheet -which we will print next week. -Good friend Elle...

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. — 12 January 1911

...........W plow Smore S .onai school of football team and g>_, - -7chanpionship? 1 (Conn.) farmer has - -ster to ride a bicycle. ng to crow about. A S'-iss doctor says that druufkards live longer- than total abstainers. Still, even this is no excuse for being one. It is planned to unionize the hoboes. Excellent. And then stop them from working other people after union hours. Montenegro is a kingdom now In stead of a mere principality. Over in Montene'gro there are people proba bly who tink we card. The man who Introduced- moving pictures into this country is dead, but whether he died remorseful or unre pentant the dispatches do not say. That New York professor who de Lares college women have not "made good" cannot successfully maintain that they have not made good iLdge. A hobble skirt In which a disguised burglar tried to escape assisted greatly In his capture. Thus we see that even the hobble skirt hath Its uses. Meat prices have come down, ac cording to market reports, but s...

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. — 12 January 1911

NOW HEAD OF WESTERN UNION The election of Theodore N. Vail to the presidency of the Western Union Telegraph company to take the piace of Col. Robert C. Clowry. who resigned, furnishes a remarkable instance of realized ambitions. The father and mother of Theodore N. Vail lived at Morristown, N. J., -7 where they owned the Speedwell Iron works. For several years priorito 1843 Professor Morse had been Werking on the telegraph, undiscouraged by the remarks of friends that the scheme was impractical and ridiculous. In 1837 Alfred Vail, a young and am bitious engineer, uncle of Theodore N. Vail, came to the inventor's aid. The dot and dash alphabet, known as the Morse code, was worked out by Alfred Vail, and the two men were at oppo site ends of the wire when the historic message, "What God hath wrought," was sent along the 'line in 1844. Theodore Vail had moved to Carroll county, Ohio. and there, on July 16, 1845, the young Theodore was born. ;Later the -Vails returned to Morristown, and...

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. — 12 January 1911

*LF-CONFIDENCE IS WEAKNESS Matthew 26:31-35, 69-75-December 4 -Let him that thiizkethL he stanideth take heed zcs: ic fau.--I Cor. 10:1. T. PETER has proven to be one I - of the most helpful of Christ's < twelve Apostles. and the secret 4 of his assistance lies in the Scriptural revelation of his human nature, its strength and its weaknesses. He was the first of the twelve Apostles to ac knowledge the Master as the Messiah, the Sent of God; he was the first of the I twelve to deny him. He was the only one of the twelve who drew his sword t iL the Master's defense and the only I one who, later, swore that he never I knew him. By Divine arrangement, to i him were given the keys with whichj sed e a-/ & O .Sea>/VeX: &&>r the rod cko &gii /w he e-tee hle Mes/er to open the door to the High Calling to the Kingdom. At Pentecost he used one of the keys of power and boldly pro-j claimed to the Jews the opening- of theI way to g-lory, honor and immortality. A little I...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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