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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 23 February 1911

Pickenls SeltIlel-JOluf1101 Subscription Price One Dollara Year In Advance. t Entered at PicXiens FostomCe as Second Class Mail matter PLCKENS. S. C.. THUESDAY EB. 23 1911 ought to Know Better. Senator Root is a bright man -bright enough, in fact, not to press the point that Southern I lynchings were evidence of the I South's disregard of the Four teenth and Fifteenth amend mients. There have been far too many lynchings in Northern states to make such an argu ment serviceable. Lynchings represent plain lawlessness and barbarism, and while the South has its share it has no monopoly of the article. It should be said finally, that all this is re c I c from the popular electivf of a United States senator which Mr. Root was d' ssinC. Sringfield Republi . Blease A the Field. P And so~ oes. It's Cole Blease t again e field of politicians, their efforts to take away 'm him the power heretofore delegated to other governors, the politicians are not only tryine to hobble thegoyernor of SouthCa...

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. — 23 February 1911

ce s 8entinoJor 1 LOCAL BREVITIES 4Some TbingsYou Know and Some Jon Don't Know About Our T-own, County & People"~ -Anderson 8-4-4 is made up f ingredients that make cotton t on fruit. After January 1st. 1911. the Ckens Oil Mill will gin on day's only. Dec. 29tf. -J. Davis Morgan, a promi ent merchant of Norris was in ckens Tuesday on business. -Several from Pickens went Greenville, Monday night, to the play "Madame Sherry." -For land anywhere in Pick ns county see or write J. R. hmore. "The Land Man." -Miss Mattie Finley, of Pick 4ens, is visiting relatives and friends in Anderson this week. -B. M. Hester, of Resacca. Ga., was visiting friends and relatives in the county last week. --Mrs. A. R. Lawrence, of Central, visited her father. B. F. Parsons. in Pickens last week. fThe farmers throughout this section are well up with their Work and making great prepar ations for a bumper crop this -:ear. -B. F. Parsons was on the sick list last week and confined to his room. His many fri...

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. — 23 February 1911

Sentinel-Jourfli. Published Weekly. PFCKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA. With Jimswinger coats vests are cut low to show shirt studs. How long will the aviators stick to their agreement not to indulge In reckless flying? America has 26 licensed aviators, and the 26 have formed a trust in order to prolong their own lives. More ink than blood was shed over -the -now famous battle of London, in which two men. stood off 200. In the matter of safety we do not see that the submarines have much ad vantage over the flying machines. The Cleveland man who sued for time lost In answering mistaken tele phone calls" must have further time to lose. New York has a musical comedy g pyhich is said to be not conic. There a uneothers, some of which are not mu alcal, either. It is no crime to steal umbrellas on 1 rainy days in New Jersey. And now C will not those who are addicted to the please go there? Vienna's birth rate has fallen enor ' nously. Evidently the stork does not 0 ove the apartment houses in which 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. — 23 February 1911

DUKE IS TO G( the Fenian raid of 1870. He Is grand x 0 .4 Besides the title by which he Is comnr e of the United Kingdom and o1 1a nY. His wife was Princess Louis Vlarious reports have been current Cannain sources, that the duke of Co Worgeneral of Canada, although on the snent shortly after the death of King : bad been the wish of the late king ths . shabould go to Canada as governor genf IM - N - -t eInanrileopara7ysiseisgcoprativ bBeudescried ti byedicl literaturemt ryces sin the iepidm o 97 t aaion ohrfessiona the dukerifCo or geneditios Ceand athough are t ietorl Pafter hs deathbe the Kig Stateen thekishgo th lannunemeing thi hisl gsoitoCnlld a gonferorceen put e. cOnry, at frednt or fivee aa.dl hfatie prsis autoobiemanuac yheoldars, ic h pdmco97 wh4enthen ofteprfsioanAmrc ad coditosheeadubodpr l igt." TetrPgya ecie h shw o mthen ananucmnCh ayIerovs ment ha pndfie anisas leil praie when d poor andit n 'E S S N hare nossibrynt when they goDaf ansas. u thr teifhat they . ~ show y...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 23 February 1911

* Norris. Mr. and Mrs. Dice Bolding' little child is very ill with th( croup. Hope it will soon re cover. Mr. Fdgar Mauldin, of Mil Creek. was in town yesterday on business. Mr. Clevin Merck, of Six Mile was in town recently. Mrs. Louis Hawkitns. of Lib erty, recently visited Mr. an< Mrs. W. N. Maddox. Mr. and Mrs. Pink Wilmon of Six Mile, recently visited Mr and Mrs. Joel Newton, at Norris Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hawkins of Liberty, R. 2, visited Mr. an Mrs. J. D. Meuldin, Friday. Mr. Whitmire, of Cateechee passed through here Friday o: last week. Mr. Will Williams visite Pickens one day last week. Mr. J. D. Mauldin went t( Pickens last Friday. s Mr. W. G. Mauldin has re turned from a long sojourn ir Columbia. He talked like h< enjoyed his visit. Happy Home. A Happy Reunion. On the 20th inst., the children grandchildren. neighbors an< friends gathered at the home o S. P. Brazeale to celebrate hi 75th birthday-77 in all. A. W. Gravley rendered somi fine music. After singing a fe...

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. — 2 March 1911

PI KENS SN EJORN EInterd Aprl 23. 1903 as Plckese, 8. 0. a* secoad as. small anatSer4 usnder aet 09 .nogrems of lParob 9, 1879 40th. Year PICKENS. S 0. MAR. 2 1911. Nmber 40 OSA That thte is more to a Fertilize 4n aiysi; ',fproven conclusively by the a . every year from Royster Feri --.are- nade from experience obtair ctual field experiments of what the posis ~equires; and not from ready ref toa aid W.ormulating. bought for Every ingredient in Royster C< selected for its plant food value, and work to do at the proper time, thereft plant fertilized with ROYSTER good4 regular from sprouting time until hax Ask your dealer for Royster god see that the trade-mark is on ever] hen you see this a you kno' you are getting the genuine ancl o ROYSTER Fish Fertilizer. F. S. ROYSTER GUANO COMPA FACTORIES AND SALES OFFICES: NORPOLK. VA. TARBORO. N. C COLUMBIA. 9. C BALTIMORE. MD. MACON. GA SPARTANBURG. S. C. COLUMBus. GA. MONTOOMERY. ALA, E. ST. LOUiS KANSAS oirv ST. JC II OR RI fRiZ ^4Ar4UPAC...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 2 March 1911

9C ' BY W 4 HID United States govern ment is now at work upon one of the most am bitious and, by the by, one of the most interest Ing projects It has ever undertaken. It is noth Ing short of a scheme for moving the "corn bolt." Or perhaps it would be W more accurate to call it a crusade for extending . .. the "corn belt," for there is no de sire to interfere with the growing of our greatest agricultural staple in that broad section of the country where corn has long been the princi pal standby of the farmor. The new plan of the department of agricul ture-for of course that is the branch of our government machinery that has charge of this new activity-is simply fgf in effect to rake two blades of grass grow where only one grew before. Although all the world has been gasping in astonishment these many years past at the bumper crops of corn this country turns out each year, the experts of the government. some time since came to the cbnelusion that great as was the national corn yield i...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 2 March 1911

PRACTICAL BARN FOR COWS One'. With Sheep Fold for Breeding Ewes Found Very..Comfortable and Convenient. I herewith present the plans of my Cow barn, with sheep fold for breed ing ewes, both of which I have found very comfortable 'and convenient. For all -practical purposes I would ask for nothing better. The dimension of . building Is 28 by 52 feet with room above for 20 tons of hay and a wool room where I can store away 600 fleeces, writes Edwin E. Sedw'ick in the Farmers' Review. The corner posts are 12 inches at butt, 8 to 10 at top and 16 feet high. They are white oak and were obtained from my own timber. Such pols could not be bought for less than $1 each. All the woodwork, except shingles and siding, were obtained from the farm timbet lot and are mostly oak, elm, and bass wood. The logs were cut and hauled Plan of Cow Barn. 1, 2, -Box stalls. 7x12 feet. 4-Fe 7x12. M A for breeding ewes, 20.x28, r fom )"labove. 9, 10, 11, 12, 13-Sta11s, G.5x 12. and sawed in widths and thicknes...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 2 March 1911

, rd tJ Subscription Price e.ollar a Year .In fr. antered itokons FOepfau Soond (iuam FICKE, . .: THiRSDAY MAR. 2 1911 Report of Grand Jury. To His Honory 0. W. Gage: We, the grand jury, beg leave to make this, odr final present ment, for this ternrof the'court We have passed on all bill handed us by the solicitor, and made such findings as in our best judgment -the evidence warranted. In accordance 'with His Hon or's charge, we have ap~ointed a committee-t'iodk into and re port at ~the iiE9x* Ct rni of. the courit the condiW n of the-publp schools in Pickens county; and said committee has been in structed to co-operate with the superintendent,'ri school trus tees of each publc - school dis trict, and furth rechiiended that the supegtfndent'gf edq cation publish. i thee county paper the nantes pnd .purpose of said committeg,.dIask the to-. operation of a11blieeople ipthis movement fotfi'be-tter edtuca tion of our peoplg, We have, gipittoe,. vis ited the county; jig, "atd found. it t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 2 March 1911

SLOCAL BREVITIES Some Things t Know and Some Yea Don't Know About Our TowusCouty & People -If you ha'e any shingles to sell see Craig Bros. Co. -r-Sidney Bruce, who is a. stu dent at Davidson College, spent the week-end with his parents,. Mr. and Mrs. J, MD. Bruce In Pickens. -Last. week was regular "pig w'eather" and everal pork: ers around 'town, and-through.; out the diity; hawnieade their last ?queal.0 - -$otice how redlhe combs of the old hens 'are? 'They at'd blushlin" at the 1ow pic' of eggs and yet they are largely responsible for the price. -Capt. I X.. Mauldin return ed to Pickens Felday, fzom a weeks trip -to . Oolumbia and Charleseno. . He reports having a corking good thne while gone. -Mr. 4Gorge Boggs, of An derson-,-togetherwith his moth er, have moved-to Pickens, and are living ]wij~h-their brothor and gon, W. d Boggs at the Fergusoi place. -Dr. F. S. Porter left Pkens Tuesday for . Balimore 'where he carried his wife 'for tr'eat ment. IIe will remain away for se...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 2 March 1911

n tio Joiurnai. Published Weekly. FICKEINS. SOUTH OAJROLINA. Beware the grip. Dq not lot it get a hold on you. Pride has many a fall these slip. Very mornings. Baseball talk has moved on from postmortems to forecasts. An extraordinary duel was fought Xn France the other day. One of the duellists was hurt. Chicago is the gem center of the world, but there is such a thing as 'wearing too many. .Baseball bids fair to girdle the globe. The Japs and the Cubans are taking kindly to it. One man's attempt at suicide is at tributed to too much housework. Is this a sign of the times? We are told that an illinois woman has put an end to herself by jumping into a cistern. Well, well! What do you think of a hen that laid 4,000 eggs in 22 years and never brooded? Can you beat it? The house cat carries germs in doors and indulges out of doors in an excess of vocal expression. Florida has a bride seventy-eight years old. And yet there are women of forty who have given up hope. A New York publisher ...

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. — 2 March 1911

ti I* n Published Weekly. PICINS, SOUTH OAROLINA. Beware the grip. DQ not let it get a hold on you. Pride has many a fall these slip pery mornings. Baseball talk has moved on from postmortems to forecasts. An extraordinary duel was fought Jn France the other day. One of the duellists was hurt. Chicago is the gem center of the world, but there is such a thing as 'wearing too many. .Baseball bids fair to girdle the globe. The Japs and the Cubans are rtaking kindly to it. One man's attempt at suicide is at tributed to too much housework. Is this a sign of the times? We are told that an Illinois woman has put an end to herself by jumping into a cistern. well, well! What do you think of a hen that laid 4,000 eggs in 22 years and never brooded? Can you beat it? The houso eat carries germs in doors and indulges out of doors in an excess of vocal expression. Florida has a bride seventy-eight years old. And yet there are women of forty who have given up hope. A New York publisher tells us th...

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. — 2 March 1911

Dostors Said flealth Gone Suffered with Throat Trouble Mr. ILW. D. Barnes, ex - Sheriff of Warren ounty, Tpnnessee, in a letter f to m Mo M nnville, Te n nessee, writes: V"I ha t ith r o a b troubI, o and had three doe.. tdrs treating m e. All failed to do me any good, and D ronounced m y health gone. I con- Mr. B. W. D. Barnos. e1.uided to Peruna, and after using four boto can say I was entirely cured." Unable to Work. Mr. Gustav Himmelroich, Hochhelm, exas, writes: "For a number of years I suffered whenever I took cold, with severe at tacks of asthma, which usually yielded to the common home remedies. "Last year, however, I Buffered for eight months without Interruption so that I could not do any work at all, The various medicines that were pro scribed brought me no relief. ' "After taking six bottles of Peruna, two of Lacupia and two of Manalin, I am free of my trouble so that I can do all my farm work again. I can heart ly recommend this medicine to any one who suffers with this...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 2 March 1911

fHealth Gone Suffered with Throat Trouble Mr. B. W. D. B a rnee, ex - Sherift of Warren -Ooun ty, T e nnessee, na letter 7tr.omM i- MinaMle. M un nville, Ten nessee, writes: "Il ha C h r o a trouble and had three doe tore treating m e. All failed to do me any good, and Pronounced m y health gone. I con- Mr. B. W. D. Barnes. clided to Peruna, and after using four bot can Uay I was. entirely cured." Unable to Work. Mr. Gustav Himmelreich, lochhelm, exas, writes: "For a number of years I suffered whenever I took cold, with severe at tacks of asthma, which usually yielded to the common home remedies. "Last year, however, I buffered for eight months without interruption so that I could not do any work at all. The various medicines that were pro. scribed brought me no relief. ' "After taking six bottles of Peruna, two of Lacupia and two of Manalin, I am free of my trouble so that I can do all my farm work again. I can heart fly recommend this medicine to any one who suffers with this anno...

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. — 2 March 1911

Old .J. D. Mooto in Greenville. Sometimes up and often down. Most all the time on the West End of town. Now, Mr. Editor, I'm getting along.very well here-having a good trade-so many people to trade with. I can make more money here in one day than I could in Pick ens or Easley in a week. I don't mean this for any reflection on the little tqwts, for Pickens sure feels like home to me. Like the *enug man who wanted to matry a girl. She kept putting hnim off by saying she did not knotw. "Well," he says, "if it comes to the come you have to say yes or no." So it come to the come. I had to get some place whore I could make money. I have been like the cat in the well. Would climb up one foot and fall back two. So at that rate you will soon get through. There is diversity of opinion as to what broke me up. Some say drinking, some say selling on credit, some say women. But I want to tell you it was neither one, but the three com bined that done the work. So I confess, and an honest confessio...

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 March 1911

PI KENS SENTINEL JOURNAL Eastered April 23, 1903 at Pickens, S. 0. al socond clams ast snatter, utander act ofCosigress of Marcia 3. 1879 40th Year PICKENS, S. C.. MAR. 9, 1911. Number 4! 1 ~ 0 F'er*v ltilizers Who would ve11 e considerations. This was . ety-seven years ago and th y;the result has been that it r, V-ac*,tories to supply thedemand for Roys F. S. ROYSTER GUANO COMPAN FACTORIES AND S.LES' OFFICES. NORFOLK. VA. TAQ0ORO. N. C. OOLU.4:.1. .. OPAFTAN COLUMBU, GA.. CHCAGO E. ST. LOS-. KANSAS CITY ST J RIL 2E tORRZ 15 wclygeenyar ag an4t SUPREME" and BL "SOUTHERN BIG" BRANDS ATLANTA, GA. You can't always tell what a fertilizer is by lot mechanical condition and may have every earmark want, but there are other considerations that are ra should know when he is buying plant food for his < He should know from what source his ammon can depend upon it to feed his crop constantly an By no surer way can he guarantee himself full by the use of our excellently prepared Blood, Bone a...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 9 March 1911

Pickens Sentinel-Journel Subscription Price One Dollar a Year In Advadee. . xoterod at Ptotens Fostoalce au Second Class Msli Matter PICKENS, 4. C. THURSDAY NAR. 9 1911 Jack Cudahy and Jere Lillis. A newspaper story from Kan sas City states that Jack Cud ahy and his former wife have mended the Lillis rent in their matrimonial bed blanket and will probably remarry. Under the circumstances it is doubtless te best thing they could. The Cudahy-Lillas episodo created quite a sensation at the time. Both Oudahy and Lillis were very wealthy men and consequently hold very high social and infltential positions for in these days aud times men's social, moral and finan cial altitaudes are all based upon Dun's or Bradstreet's reports ex olusively. Orininali money gave mon financial iprestage only and its power should be limiited to that point at all times, but man has always had an insane desiro to dlance around the golden calf and at the present timie money can buy honor for a thief, social sta...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 9 March 1911

1MPRISONED F Major Hill of the IEnglish army. She coat and jewelry valued at $9,000, plet rant of the law. Judge Martin In Ne her to serve thiree days In a cell In (1l when imprisonment was added to fine a horseman of Brooklyn. Mrs. Hill is mnarried Halsey Corwin of Brooklyn, 1 Discovery after discovery of thos< the ports of our country, chiefly at k and this has failed to stop the practi proving Ineffectual, the courts finall, semed the only- way to make the rich to a realization of this kind of offend HUNGARIAN ST Wno' /A J uits and has been in public life sii f. entered politics, but isn uth p1ty,11 f Hungary. Although an oted for. his democracy and years al by rig t in the lHungarian house of p Ther count is the owner of magnil Hw e is ea t ed toroyal fai a reulian opproklyn. Herhs. ailwis adisery Cafte dcoery and hs thLosle Ky. our conryndfaherl wa aon nderwooa fild tended the pUnciv 1884. Itg ianerfel thae o n toa! marred tel way frt make then rih tona renalto of this kipar...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 9 March 1911

r Jur 1Appoints chool Eamen To the People of Pickens County: At the last term of court-the grand jury was instructed b the judge, to look into and ascertain in their own way actue school conditions in Pickens county. They were further in structed to makeitheir report on said conditions at the nex term of court. The grand jury has been divided by the forempai into committees of two each which will constitute a board o visitors to visit each school in Pickens county. The purpose o said committee is not to find fault, criticise nor dictate but to co operate with teachers, trustees and patrons with the view of bet tering the schools in Pickens county. The grand jury recommended that the county superintend ent ogeducation publish the names of the committees and as] the cooperation of all the people in this movement. In compliance with the recommendations we respectfully as1 that teachers, trustees and patrons welcome the coming of th several committees, and we hope that you will willingl...

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. — 9 March 1911

LOCAL BREYITIES - Smo Tlg8 You Know and'0 You Don't Know About Otar Towns, Couty & Poople -Easter Sunday falls on A pril 16th this -year. -The reason people don't like Uov. Blease is because. when they sniff snuff he won't sneeze. - At least a part of the peach crop is killed. Now can it be p)ossible that Qov. Blease had "4 'mething to do with this? -When they get to making automobiles that will run as iong without breaking dowri as 4J)me people's tongues, then we r want one. -After the contest is all over you are going to kick yourself for not taking any interest in i; and helping some one to win 1 a premium. -Don't got worried too soon and drop out of the contest. Just I "keep a-hooking" and pull up. E You stand as good a chance as 1 any one in the race,and may be I the winner. -The race hasn't begun yet. Plenty of time to make the start. fiet in line and show what you ,an do. Some one not yet en tered is going to get a prize. 'Will it be you? -Reader, stop right now, turn ove...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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