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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 30 March 1911

IN, IN=AINI CHOSEN SENATOR FROM MAIN No climate in the couptry has been regarded as less encouraging to the growth of Democratic timber than that of the Pine Tree state, but since the thaw of last September the' mete orological conditions have been al tered, It was admitted by some political Jeremiahs that a Democratic gover nor might slip through the breach in the Republican lines and intrench himself at Augusta, but the most en thusiastic visionary hardly dreamed of a Democratic legislature or a Dem ocratic senator. Not since 1866, when / ' Hannibal Hamlin crossed the Kenne bee, had a Democratic senator been sent to the national capital from Maine, and not for thirty years had any New England state elected a Dem ocratic senator. So, as Democratic senator from t Maine, Charles F. Johnson will natu. C rally be the center of interest when he i reaches Washington to supplant Senator Eugene Hale. lie has had less expe- t rience as a legislator than his distinguished predecessor, but he...

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. — 30 March 1911

4V USE BASKET FOR GRANARY ima indians of Mendocina County, Cailfornia, Use Big Rebeptacles Made of Willow. (By J. MAYNE, Baltimore.) The Pima Indians of Mendocino ounty, Cal., for many' generations tored their winter provisions in large illow baskets. It was the custom to )iace the basket granaries up on a high rude platform supported by poles, easily reached by means of lad durs. Hundreds of bushels of acorns. be ides corn and wheat were gathered and housed in these granaries for use taring the winter. IEach basket was rovided with a portable lid or top. Huge Basket Granary. -'Usually these baskets were compara tively not very large. Recently, however, the Pima In dians living near Ukiah wove an im mense willow basket which Is a rec ord-breaker for size. From the bot tom to the rim the immense basket sneasures 6 feet, while the outside' ,ircumforence covers 25 feet. The >asket itself when empty weighs 250 ,ounds, and the cone-shaped lid weighs 75 additional pounds, making total ...

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. — 30 March 1911

HANDSOME PIM In a Subscription Campo 1000 Votes For Ev Contest Has Started Read I Candidate 0 Get In The Grme, Get Busy, Everybody. Subscribe and 0 (jet lu:sy, everybody. Enter the great s contest now goilig on. In this issilt' is a coImplimentary (oupon. good for 1000 votes. Jl.'1 it out for yourself or some a friend. You can start as many people t in I his contest, as you Want to, but only nI)(, of these coupons will hIe allowed to a contestnt-t ho balaince of thlt votes they re'Ceive must hie gotton by getting sublscriptions, Job work mid advertisling for this paper. Votes on these proposi tions will be allowed according to the s'chedule below. The contest will be run according to the rules published in our issues of Feb ruary 2d and 9th, tilt. See those papers and get to work. We have lots of old accounts-I ople t who were cut off inl our former conitests and people who probably forgot that they owed anything when they ordered the papt'r stolpped, or got the Iotall 'er to have i...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 6 April 1911

he contributions, iselone from the Ba - - m" 8,." dring the week i9 Ma b) amI ounted - LOCAL BRYITIES *STJ - -The ' A nbas a,. T"ingS Yeo Know aR0 lme under the leadership' You Do't KUw About 0, Middleton Hester, will A0W, Cuy & F016 public meeting next .er at O'O-C 2, 1903 at Pckens s, o, am second asae Inail snatter, under act of Congron. of Marcti 8, 1879 40th Year PICKENS, 8. 0.. 4PRIL 6, 1911. Number R. C. RO Have one of the completest and most up-to-date lines of General Merchandise Ever brought into the up-country. This stock has been bought right and will be sold the same way. Every article in our store has lgeen carefully selected an-! personally inspected and we back up our goods with onr personal guarantee. Our claim, which is no idle boast, is that we have a better selection of General Merchandise.--More real WORTH in them---(Quality raiher than Quantity being our motto)and 1%er profit---than the "other fellow." You know this firm; it is \of T. N. Hunter, P. 0. Wilso...

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. — 6 April 1911

SEYTINEL JOURNAL PUBLISHED WEEKLY.. PICKENS , SOUTH CAROLINA. Helen pink is the newest color. This will-no doubt make Alice blue. Australia wants the world go know tbat it runs a.1ieat market of its own. Reports indicate that it takes two 2iobbles to make one "harem" skirt. Some of the season's new hats will 'look well if they surround a pretty face. The Chicago millionaire who has turned artist can at least draw beau tiful checks. It is to be noted that all those pic tures of smiling girls in aeroplanes are taken on .ie ground. Luther Burbank can do a great deal with fruits and vegetables but he has never yet turned out a winterless win ter. President Falleres of France gets a salary of $700,000, and the sum mounds even bigger when expressed in francs. Physicians who Are successfully us 4ng hydrant water as an anesthetic will fall to score a hit with the man rufacturing chemists. A Cleveland man has been robbed of $2,400 which he kept in a dishpan. 110 ought to have had it hidden u...

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. — 6 April 1911

P I Wk2A& lio1!i1 14o ru-T I " LOCAL BREvlIE 0 S I Thing Tex Know4pe %me un 'You Don't Kn bout 0r M4 Tons, COW a P6006 But More Particularly Hogs Delivery Is Regulated. Device shown in the illustration, the idea of Charles 0. Howard of )xeter, Neb., provides an apparatus for feeding cattle and more particu larly swine, which may be arranged to regulate the rate of delivery of the food; provide an apparatus where the door for delivering the food may be readily and quickly adjusted; and provides a construction which is sim ple, economical, and durable, says the Scientific American. So far as possible all the members shown in the engraving are constructed from Hog Feeding Apparatus. metal, the sides and top, as well as the framing channels below the floor of the troughs, being of sheet metal, I while the rods, bolts, and disk form- 1 ing the lock for the doors are prefer- I ably formed ot bar and plate metal. I USEFUL RUBBER CURRY COMB .t Home-Made implement is One of Best C Things...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 6 April 1911

112. udvertfiin R'4.s ltOmonle Subserlpflon Price One Dollar a Year In Advance. esserea IN Pickens Fstomoe as second clas MaIMatter PICEE45, S. C.:* THURSDAY. APRIL 6, 1911. Blease Is Right. Governor Blease has no doubt pardoned some convicts who should not have been pardoned; 'but he certainly pardoned others who were undergoing cruel or unjust nunishnient. If we are not in error, he pardoned a ne .gro who had served seventeen months on a five-year sentence for stealing a cow. It is stated that he pardoned a negro who had been sentenced to hard labor for years for "stealing $7 from a blind man." It is not stated where the learn ed judge found law against "4stealing $7 from a blind man." As far as we know there is no such-law. And he pardoned John Black, who had been convicted of some participation with the state in some of its whisky transactions. As a rule, we believe, the prin cipal in a crime, says the Abbe ville Press and Banner, is equally guilty with the agent. The state hasn...

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. — 6 April 1911

PiksWA' 9thil n fSea ThiNg otu Know4aESome U You Dol't low About Osr Towns, CUMit & P1OOp -Diversisocation of crops is I ) key to successfai farming. I -A big dotton crop cannot, compensate for a short crop of corn. -We waint.all the news while it is news. If you know any, thing, send it in. If it interests you, it'llinterest your neighbor. -Money 'is 'made by selling rather than .by baying. Let our f armers have smnething to sell the year 'round, and they are independent. -MT. and Mrs. W. J. Kelley, of -Ooonee county, visited Mrs. K.s'parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. T. Nalley, of Pickens, R, I, last week. -Married, at North Pickens I parsonage, April 2, by Rev. E. 6 L. Thomason, Miss Maggie Adorgan and Mr. Grace Huini- 1 autt. -"'Hog and hominy" is a homely phrase that means vol umes in its application to fan ing. It means plenty, peace and prosperity in the homes of an agricultural people. -Rev. E. L, Thomason re cently closed a very successful series of meetings at Mt. Bethel l a...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 6 April 1911

vr. om 4 'T is -not often that a man having devoted what would naturally be considered the best part of his life to one artistic pursuit and having attained the highest honors In such chosen field, turns in his hiter ycars to another field of nehivenllt equally arduous and exact ing, with every prospect of suCce5ss. Yet that is precisely wMt Paul do Longpre has (one(. that Paul do Longpre who has been known for years as the king of flower pailnters and whose won derful vater (olors of roses and carnations and pansies nid every other form of petaled beauty havo helped to cnab!e America to vic with Eu rope in mod(er art. Art nnd musile are supposed to be wedded and it iF not su rprivinig, t herefore, that if Paul do Longpro was lo seek additional outlet for his artistic energy he should turn to the musical sphere. Dut it is not music from the standpoint of a performer or singer that has interested this ever-young ntlihusiast. lic has been more or less of a musician ill his life and th...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 6 April 1911

F PEIDEN'SENE SECRTRJ The new secretary to President Taft who succeeds Charles D. Norton is Charles D. Hilles, until recently as sistarit secretary of the treasury. The selection of Mr. Hilles meets with the hearty approval of the friends of thei president. Mr. Hilles is a native of Ohio, but was appointed -to his pres. ent.position from Dobb's Ferry, N. Y.. where he was conducting a boys' school. Mr. Hilles is about 40 yearp old. He will receive an annual sal. ary of $7,500, congress having grant, ed an increase of $1,500 for the in sition. Under the reorganization o" the executive force which has brought about Mr. Norton's short term at the White House, that force, with the ex. '. ception of the secretary, will be prao tically a permanent body. That women are keen observera and not always without a sense of humor has been demonstrated by b Virginia girl. When the announce ment was made that Charles D. lilleq had been selected for the position of secretary to the president the youn...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 6 April 1911

HADSOMB PIAN In a Subscription Calpa 1000 votes For Evi Contest Has Started Read A Candidate 0 Get In The Grme, Get Busy, Everybody. Subscribe ani -0 Get busy, everybody. Enter the great k contest now going on. In this issue is a complimentary coupon. good for 1000 votes. Fill it out for yourself or somo a friend. You can start as many people I in this contest as you want to, but only one of these coupofns will be allowed to a contestant-the balance of the votes they receive must be gotton by getting subscriptions, job work and advertising for this paper, Votes oi these proposi tions will be allowed according to the i schedule below. The contest will be run according to the rules published in our issues of Fob ruary 2d and 9th, uit. See those papers and get to work. We have lots of old accounts-people who were cut off in our former contests and people who probably forgot that they owed anything when they ordered the paper stopped, or got the postmaster to have it discontinued-that w...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 13 April 1911

PIL KENS SENTINEL JOUI Eutered April 23, 1903 ata Plckenne, .. 0. ad mecond cla*s Wnell muatter nuder act ofCoftgress of March 3, 1879 40th Year PICKENS, S. 0.. APRIL 13, 1911. Nnber 4$ R. O. ROBINSON & CO. Liberty, S5 C. Have one of the completest andimost up-to-date lines of General Merchandise :14ver brought into the up-country. This stock has been bought right Every Step nd will be sold the same way. Every article in our store has been arefully selected an, I personally inspected and we back up our goods with onr personal guarantee. Our claim, which is no idle boast, is --Ahaty4e have a better selection of General Merchandise.--More real WORTH in them---(Quality raiher than Quantity. being our motto) and *t a closer profit --than the "other fellow." You know this firm; it is RA DDOCK composed of T. N. Hunter, P. 0. Wilson, J. F. Williams and R. C. Robinson, all. aen of integr.ty and business accumen, who would not "',do business under misrepresentation. We have just added 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. — 13 April 1911

rAM f P? XlC ELLO, Henry, I am going to leave you today. I've Bold my ham Mcarcass again." This remark by a big sailor to a friend on the San Francisco - water-front caused a landsman to turn around and regard the pair curiously. It was the tenth time that ho had hoard that re mark in the courso of an hour -as he loitered about the wharves watching the whalers preparing for their season in northern seas. Hie had seen big, hard A sted men boarding the vessels or sitting about on ixes on the docks chatting wvith friends until dhey should be tiummuoned on board for the cruise. LAnd always, as the sailors would greot a now comn sanion, camne that remark, "I've sold my carcass." ,It puzzled tho landsmnan. lie did not under tstand, but fIgured out that it was seome rough Opleasantry. lie did not know that every man who iails out of an American port in a deep-sea vessel ;andor the stami and stripes must literally sell his body and soul into a servitude as abject and as 'debasing as that of...

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. — 13 April 1911

'"I. Red Dealn Ging erly With Auburn -4 Haired Haired Women By THURDE RAYLE BRUCE N DEALING with the red-headed type of woman I must walk gingerly. In regard to her I should like to make free with a little known but exquisite French proverb. Skipping that, however, I will say the red-headed type carries the danger sig nal. Like the ubiquitous and expensive red taxicab, she is not infrequently-and I feel that that is putting it well-of a queenly disposition. Mostly she has green eyes, of a contra dictory, cold nature. She does this red hair of hers in an aure ole. There is about her an aroma of the old, glad, mad days of the portcullis and battlemented wall, if I may say so with out appearing personal. She carries herself for the most part-you will notice that I am bein' very correct-very erect, very Pompadourly. Good red hair and great green eyes are worth making a fuss about. If the red-headed type, who generally has long, but unnoticeable eyelashes, is clever enough to put a sligh...

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. — 13 April 1911

PlcknB Snd R01 ieonabl O Subscripion Prieb20Ontb 'Dollar a -Year In Advastee. SnIArert at Picoren. Peatofmno qa Becond Olassii Mi Mattr THUR8DAY, APRIL 18, 1911 The corn crop of the nine1 Southern states last year ex ceeded that of the yrevious year by more than 158,000,000 bush Ih, els, aind these nine states pro duced 45 per cent. of the entire corn increase over the year 1909 in the whole United States. While Andrew Carnegie is giving $10,000,000 toward the 3 work of establishing .interna tional peace, it is a fact that the year 1911 will see more gi- y gantic warships launched than i any previous year in history. The combined powers before the year is closed will set afloat 36 i battleships of the dreadn aught size. The number now on the water is 88, and it has takeni five years to roduce them. t About fifteen million dollars were spent in this country last 1 year in the organized fight I against luberculosis, a sum twice the total of the previous t year. This was in the main- a...

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. — 13 April 1911

Pikanstentinel-01u LOCAL BREYITIES m VThiDgs Yon Know and S614 Yo Don't Know About -Our Twni ContyAPeople 4 -For land anywhere in Pek ens county see -or write J. R. Ashmore. 'The Land Manb' -Miss Janie Hendricks, of the Table Rock. section, visited in Pickens one day last week. -Mr, William Chastain, of the Holly Sprinks, section of the county, was a business visitor to Pickens last Thursday. -Ed. Griffin, of Pickens, R. 4, has changed his base of opera tions., and worshipped (?) on the Oolenoy, Sunday, so we : are reliably informed. --Capt. Ed. Tollison, section master on the Laurens division of the N. L. & C. Ry., with his wife and children, visited the family of D. B. Finney several I days last week. -Misses Irma and Irene Hen dricks, the charming twin i daughters of Mr. and Mrs. W. 4 F. Hendricks, of the Table Mountain section of the county, I were visiting in Pickens last ] week. -The street tax for. the town i of Pickens was due Feb. 25, 1911, and must be paid to the treas...

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. — 13 April 1911

Pickos Sentd d ertinng SnbserJttion Prleb 4 - ____In Advac Use4r at Plten. Poisto Mai Mat THURSDAY, APH The corn crop Southern states I %..AA-, IIyflow. The Czar of Russia has bought a newspaper. Now, he'll get acqualiited With some real troubles. It !s possible to buy a cement house with a roof garden for $2,500. We sup poso the cellar would be extra. The Elberta peach crop anil the Al berta wheat crop are friendly rivals, and both are ful of promise this year. Germany has ordered another Zeppe lin airship. Germany imiit have de .cided to keep on trying until she gets a good one. There is no use in fighting the in levitable. A prominent college is add ing to its courses one to teach men bow to cook. Milliners tell us that small hats will be tho fashion this year, but it is not likely that tho prices will be any small. er thani usual. Now that Dr. \Viley has taken unto himself a wife we are curious to know -whether she can make the pies that not-her used to mimake. No divorced woman...

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. — 13 April 1911

FAMOUS 000TOW PRESORTIOfLN. amm ERU-. -101R PEPSI ARRH OFST Go to sleep without supper, but rise without debt.-Talmud. Garfield Tea purifies the blood eradi, )oates rheumatism, gout and other diseasea . It is the rally of loyal allies whicl helps most to win a good cause to ;victory.-W. S. Royston. Free Blood Cure. If you have pimples, offensive eruptions, old sores, cancer, itching, scratching eozema, suppurating swellings, bone pains hot skin, or if your blood is thin or im pure, then Botanic Blood Balm (B.B.B.) will heal every sore, atop all itching and make the blood pure and rich. Cures aftei all else fails. $1.00 per large bottle al drug stores. Sample free by writing Bloo Balm Co.. Atlanta, Ga.. Department 13. After a Big Haul. "Binks used to be daft on the sub ject of buried treasure. What's he up to now?" "He's got up an expedition to Asia Minor to try to find the place where Methuselah stored his birthday pres ents." Eggeacting. Dr. J. S. Slack, the English food ex. pert, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 13 April 1911

HANDSOME PIA Il a Subscriptoll CaRij 1000 Votes For I Contest Has Started ilead Candida Get In The Grme, Get Busy, Everybod) Subscribe , Get busy, everybody. Enter the great contest now going on. In this issue is a complmentary coupon. good for 1000 votes. Fill it out for yourself or some friend. You can start as many people in tis contest as you want to, but only oio of these coupons will be allowed to a contestant-the balance of the votes they receive must be gotton by getting subseriptions. job work and advertising for this paper, Votes on these proposi tions will be allowed according to the schedile below. The contest will be run according to the rules published in our issues of Feb ruary 2d and 9th, ult. See those papers and get to work. We have lots of old accounts-people who were cut off in our former contests anId people who probably forgot that they owed anything when they ordered the paier stopped. or got the postmaster to have it discontinued-that we would like to get set...

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. — 20 April 1911

Newberry W2 SPlc K SENTINE JOURNA Entered Apral 28, 1963 at Pickonsr, 14, 41. nta pAmeuqtsms mnail almtter Under act of Congre*s of March 8, 1879 40th Year PIOKENS. S. C. APRIL 20, 19.- Number 4 R. C. ROBINSON & CO Liberty, S C Have one of the compietest andamost up-to-date lines of General Merchandise Ever brought into th'e up-country. This stock has been bought right Every Step and will be -;old the s ie 'way. Every article in our store has been carefully selected an I personally inspected and we back up our goods w i our personal go trantee. Our claim, which is no idle boast, is that we have a better selection of General Merchandise--More real ; WOR1T1H in them---(Quality raiher than Quantity being our motto)and at a closer profit---than the "other fellow." You know this firm; it is composed ol T. N. Hunter, P. 0. Wilson, J. F. Williams and R. C. Robinson, all .i:n of integr ty and business accumen, who would not do busines- un lee mi-representation. We have just .ded a compl...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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