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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 25 May 1911

ESCAPES OPERAT 0N WasCured byLydiaE. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound Elwood, Ind.-"Your remedies have cured ine and I havo only taken six bottles of Lydia E. Piukham's Vegeta. ble Com ound. I was sic three months and could not walk. I sur fered all the time. Tle doctors said I - could not got well without an opera I ~tion, for I could T hardly stand the pains in my sides, especially my right, one, and down my right leg. I began to feel better w-hen I had taken only one bottle of Compound, but kept on as I was af raid to stop too soon."-Mrs. HAD)E MULLEN, 2728 .N. B. St., El. wood, Ind. Why will women take chances with an operation or drag out a sickly, half-hearted existence, missing three fourths of the joy of li'ving, when they can find health in Lydia .E. Pinkham's 'Vegetable Compound ? F- or thirty years it has been the standard remedy for female ills, an. has cured thousands of women who have been troubled with such all nents as displacements, inflammation, ulceration fibroid tum...

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. — 25 May 1911

THRILLING RECUE OF WRECKED CREW TWO MEN SAVE 18AFTER BARKEN TINE STRANDS AND STORM FOILS LIF'E SAVERS. ONE MAN LIFTS 4 INTO BOAT But for the Heroism of the Two Sall. ors'Not Only .the Vessel's Crew but the Life Saving Force Would Have Been Lost. Wood's 1ole, Mass.-Of all the res cues in these parts for years the great. est was made the other night when -Capt. Sam Jackson and Frank Voeder brought 18 men to Cuttyhunk island in a ddry and yawl after pounding seas had put the life saving outfit out of business. But for the heroism of these two men the entire force of the Cutty hunk station would have gone down, together with the crew of the new barkentine btepihen o. Hart, bound from Gulfport, Miss., to Boston, with lumber and driven by storm and cross currents on a reef off the island. . The trkentine stranded in a fog and was not spied by the station look out until she had tossed on her jagged bed for several hours. Her signals told that she was fast filling and that help must come qu...

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. — 25 May 1911

Subscriptlon Prie One Dollar a Year In Advance. MateW at PooXens'oetomos as eo@nd 01.A1 Mai Matter ____ PIKBNS S,. 0V S THURSDAY. MAY 25, 1911 Old Soldiers' Day. As usual, Saturday, June 3d, will' be celebrated at Pickens. There will be an appropriate address by an accomplished speaker, which will be worth the trip to Pickens for the day. There will be an opportunity given all Old Soldiers to speak their feelings on that day; and the usual dinner will be served by the ladies of the Daughters of the Confederacy, and in this the Daughters earnestly request every lady who finds it possible to come and take part in the exercises of the day to bring a well-filled basket and help to swell the contents of the table intended first to be an offering to the Old Soldiers. Experience has shown that a little contributed generally goes far to relieve the ladies of fear, and they will appreciate any contribution along this line in their aid on this occasion. Let everybody come, and bring a basket;...

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. — 25 May 1911

Pl1on Solhl-Journal d LOCAL BREVITIES r Some Things You Know and Some You Don't Know About Our ToWDS, CouItJ & People -Plenty of music in Pickens, o June 3d. Come out and enjoy it. t -The revenue officers made a raid-on the Ooolenoy, Monday, ( cut Up a still and arrested Geo. t Terrell. The contest closes Aln a few a weeks. Get busy and keep g busy. Work for your favorites early and late. -James W. Hendricks, of Pickens, R. 4, has a son about r 6 years old that is suffering very severely with muscular rheu matism. -Folger, Thornley & Co., t agents, have sold to Mr. John W. Hendricks, of Pickens, R. 1, a fine 7-passenger Mitchell tour- c ing car. -Cards are out announcing the marriage of Mr. E. Folger and Miss Eilene Taylor, which -takes plaee in the Pickens Bap tist church on June 8th. -. . -Paul Howard, residing on Jonas Simmons' place, above a Pickens. was taken sick Friday 3 and died Monday night from acute indigestion, and was s buried the day following his death at Shad...

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. — 25 May 1911

SENTINEL-JOURNAL PUDLISIEI4D WIMKLY. PICKENS, S. C. Say what you think, but not all. "Harvard is after $1,200,000." So are several other people. A Russian doctor has confessed that he killed forty people. Few doctors are as frank. The -lament is made that the supply of crabs is going backward. But that is the nature of crabs. It is a good idea to stay away from a powder magazine, even when you "know" it isn't loaded. Advocates of a universal language seem to forget that we have an effec tive one already-the language of the byes. e That Chicago woman who takes tax Icab rides to cure tho blues evidently e Isn't blue because sli hasn't any t money. With the millennium and the Pan- i sma exposition both scheduled for c 1915, one or the other will have to y give way. i 8'toughton, Wis., has the largest h Steel ski hill in the world. This shows Ii that almost any town can beat the m 'world at somothing. b ii The new Manhattan bridge may now Pe said to be in successful operation. t( A man ...

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. — 25 May 1911

NEW MINISTER rel p~a no sof ou le mi i he (tto bel Atrin tohie statepment i r. Bouelare to the provisional government of Portuga succeeds. Several members of the diplomatic cc of the new minister to Portugal is, to a recognition by the United States of the n of the view of the state department official LSILENT MAN OF StM Cri Mr not no: ,. be< Cri -''hai sel do< - mo No coln do4 nol ilt atr that is all. sly believed t door without o yet tIe fact noiselessly and u in places wlh an instant before, a ites the convi than a man and a sena When the clerk of the senate starts I the chamber, andl yet when his name is r down the list-his voice answers "Here." tone! Perhaps the swinging door leadii oscielating, if so it is the only sign that c there a moment before and that his voice MAYOR IS OUSTE cih fir hir nl no 'fr< ab "'C ri ini cai On d( noi nol The camp~aign was a bitter one. Half tl -franhised in November qualilled as vote them is duo the fact that in the recent to Gill a yea...

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. — 25 May 1911

FNF A171 ~PREP F FOR A If a bumper crop should be made it will por the supply of cotton will probably be a litt I -b: to have omne early cotton. The crop is goiig to to side-tdress your crop thoroughly and as often M ton. told tho writer that. he knew a imn in Flor ti li:h!o1143 cultivated it W hlen he lays by he i:us Last year he averaged 834 pouiti1s or lint cotton zer lie applied made him over -10t pounds of lint Sidt-direming ils the econoiival anll iitelligol food in a tall for it mule on Monday lnornin') You don't. try to eat enough youiself on lon, ieed it. If a titctor gives yon at bottle of mvlic 1along as you no ea it. Fe tdizer is8 ImevicoIi I s it needs it. The reasoi cotton sheds is becam is plant food along as youir iottoni neels it, it wo <ding and lie will make a good crop. Now youe'O tLht1 you Ctlif apply it. Ait the way to fertiiz side-dress as oftell as you (aln. You wont twe tc You Sce ho(i-w it pays cur Florlie friend to us when lie p'aitel -tlit then sitle--...

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. — 1 June 1911

E N. S. L 0w NEE J . K Sn ered Apr1303e 1 03 a Vi k6@ko M 41.am etilod m'a iTil. agtrUlster act of Congress g of M arch at I87 " 41st - - ~_____PIOKIJNS. S, JUNE 1, 1911.Nubr. Y aUr Take it from the oldest man in the bunch, "Red Meat" tob. acco is the chew for men. No spice-no excessive sweetening nothing to hurt your stomach-just good old North Carolina to bacco, properly aged and perfectly sweetened. That's why .it won't give you heartburn. It's our treat to put you on to the real thing in good chewing. Cut out this ad. and mail to us with your name and address for attractive FREE offer to chewers only. LIIPFERT SCALES CO., Winston-Salem. N. C. Name.... ................... . A ddress......... . ............... . ............ SVICTIOR Sacred Music for Sunday SDance Music for Everyday. Nothing Lie a VICIOr Write for Ca -ogue of new Recordsi John H, Williams, .^&Grand 4Opera Building, ~P~iiVIle, S. C. ELEUANT -BARCAINS 'Everybody has a desire to possess something .that they can c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 1 June 1911

JOURNAL PVI?LJSHED WEEKLY. PTCI<ENs, SOUTH CAROIINA. What is better than good fishing? For that blue feeling try the sunny side of the street. Cats should be shaved, for their Whiskers are full of microbes. As a leader of society Col. John Jacob Astor is wearing a harem shirt. New hairdressing styles reveal that woman's crowning glory is amenable to sudden shifts. An expert has found three distinct kind of germs on a cat's whiskers. Shave your cat. This is the appointed time to eat 1up what remains of the canned fruit left from last winter. The campaign cigar is barred. Poli ticians will have to devise some new means of pulling candidates. Now, if our pilchers and the weath er nian only hold out, the pennant is mcrely a matter of a few weeks. A Chicago policeman recently out ran the fastest burglar in the city. But why was the burglar chasing him? A coltish Californian of ninety-two years elopes with a blushing maid of seventy. That's a wonderful climate! A bellboy of the Waldorf...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 1 June 1911

DRO EN FROM PLUMB watch and advocating everything whici great working mass of the people, with the grimy man with a kit of tools. The upper house of the Prussian members of the nobility, great scientis and retired officers of the army and be making body. PAYS $50,000 "Now I want some fun," said Henry E. Huntington, nephew of Collis P. Huntington, a few years ago, when he first contemplated retiring from active business life and devoting himself heart and soul to his passionate love for book collecting. He had worked constantly and strenuously since early youth. He had made himself the street railway king of the Pacific Coast. He had piled up millions of dollars. He was fifty years years old. "Now I want some fun." Mr. Hunt ington started out to get what he wanted. And his pursuit at "fun," as he understands it, has culminated within the last few days in two strokes of sensational magnitude. The first was his acquisition of the famous chuch book collection, one of the most splendid i...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 1 June 1911

bubscrIpton Pri ene Dollar a Year tAred at .pioxcv '*Moe Ab second 0lIss. ML. tier 1T h!.\ Y. NNj 1, 1911. Pr.;~.. .1 d S-i.,k2:irs' Day. Juib td A.,sem'pg& a erans In front the N .h s:.tchurch, at Mt-h t. cour' ;uqe. the pro cession headed by First Reg iment Band. Upon arrival at- courthouse: Prayer-Rev. C. A. Waters. Music. A few words of welcome on be half of the Pickens Chapter, U. D. C. Song-"The New Dixi?," by Mrs. Geo. F. Kirby. "A true story of a Pickens County Veteran," written by Mrs. C. E. Robinson, and read by Miss Porter. Music by the Band. . Poem-"A Confederata Note," read by Rev. Geo. F. Kirby. Music by the Band. Address to the Old Soldiers by the orator of the day. "Dixie," by the Band. The presentation of Crosses of Honor. Thirty minutes given to talks by the Old Soldiers, open to all. Benediction-Rev. B. Holder. Adjournment. Picnic dinner, under auspices of U. D. C. Mr. Legare's Sad Home Coming. As the result of a most dis tressing accident, which oc raurred ye...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 1 June 1911

ILCL BRYITJES Sm(nTbing anow ane"Soue IN Doni XIow Abqut Our 'owns, anty& People -Miss Thatia Griffin, of Green! ville, 4s spending a time with -her avmt, Mrs. H. M. Hester, in Pickens. 1 Fr. J..Rouiinsoin's litte daughters, of Pickens, Jennie and.Sarah., have gone to -spend the eumnaer in Abbeville. ,. -Mrs. F. L. Finley's sisters, Misses Hattie and Annie Aiken, of Piedmont, attended the High Schooi commencement exercises last week. -The First Regiment Band, one of the finest musical organ izations In the country, will be in Pickens, June Ed, on the oc % asium of Old Soldiers' Day. -Cards have been received in Pickens to the marriage of Jesse '. Jennings, of Columbia, and Adiss Rebekah Mary Boyd, of Hardeetilie, S. C., which happy event ocours'on June 7th. -Rev. .J. T. Mann, the blind ovangelist of Anderson county, will preach at the following ,hurches on the first Sunday in rune: Pleasant Hill, 1i a. i.; 3ix Mile, 2.30 p. m.; Praters Jreek, 8 p. m. -The bright little son and l...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 1 June 1911

I f' Women Excel in Accurate Report bar of Physical Fact By TIMOTHY WILFRED COAKLEY IE SiEl who wrote that "all men are liars" was not indict ing humanity. 11 was speaking not generically, but spe cifically. He meant not mankind, but us, the men, in con tradistinction to the women. He was right. Lying, like the rapid-fire gun, the "Bos. ton agreement," the tricks of trade, the battleship, 'is a weapon, andI men are the wielders of weapons. Lying is, after all, only brutality refined. Falsehood is cruelty tem pered by cowardice. In the frank age of comnpetitive force man was the strong arn robber. lie brought the spoil to his lady love, but liked to glaze over the bloody detail of acquisition. Many a respectable citiz.en in our era has qualms when his wife congratulates him on the business victory which he has achieved through the fraudulent finesse of commeitial competition. lie tells her he can't explain processes to her, that she has no head for business. lie means she has no hear...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 1 June 1911

I ACase By DONA] ((.Ppyright. t9ii. by Assi Young Sawell Chester thought very Well of himself. He had studied law and been admitted to the bar. He was rather good-looking and the praises of-certain ladies had made him vain... While waiting for his first case he had the consolation of feeling that his bread and butter did not depend on it. -.Altogether, Mr. Chester was taking a rosy view of life. He might have con tinued in this line for many months Indre but for forming the acquaint ance of Miss Mildred Vane. Aftei his first case a lawyer is cau tious. Instead of plunging he looks up the law. The first time Mr. Chester imet Miss Vane he admired her. The second time he fell in love. The third tionc-well, Miss Varoe was rather a blunt-outspoken girl, and she turned on him with: "Mr. Chester, I should think the law would occupy your attention to the ex clusion of everything else until you had carved a name for yourself." Mr. Chester mentally -admitted that the girl had the advantage. P...

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. — 1 June 1911

I'P R. PA ~PREPAF FOR A "( If a bumper crop should be made it will pro] the supply of cotton will probably ne a little shoi to have some early cotton. The crop is going to to side-dress your crop thoroughly and as often ton. told the writer that he knew a man in Flor3 time !he cultivated it. When he lays by lie has a Last year he averaged 8t4 pounds of lint cott on i zer lie applied made him over 400 pounds of lint . Sidc-dressing is the economical and intelliger food in a stall for a mule on Monday morning t You don't try to eat enough yourself on Mond need it. If a (loctor gives you a bottle of medic M along as you need it. Fertilizer is a medicine a as-it ieeds it. The reason cotton sheds is becaus is plant food along as your cotto'n needs it, it weo ding and lie will make a good crop. Now youci that you cant apply it. And the way to fertilzt side-dress as often as you can. You wont use to, M You see how it pays cur Florence friend to use 1 when lie planted and then side-dressing...

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. — 8 June 1911

PICEN.i80.JU ) 11 - ~ A-, N1imber1 Prbt&Mce! Bato."d April .2. 011 ai Plicts% x419iq ..4eq*Al S6V ~erc (~Ivw~INsc ,3 YerPICKENS. .U JUN 811.Nuib2 4ITEMS: :This Thrivi -New The News of the Cor Piei V otton is looking the best that Vt 8etV years. W. At Matthews is giving the home of A R. Falls a coat of paint. The ,baby boy of Rev. A. E. Harrison, of College Hill, has been very sick with acute indi 4gestion. It is a little better at this writing, but far from well. Mr Lawrence Ballentyne is having a fine, tWo-story, ten room house built on his place a mile east of town. Dr. L. G. Clayton has a fine Niew mowing-machine and horse rake. We are glad to see im provements in the farming im plements. Whatever helps the farmer helps the town. Have you noticed the splendid new roads that are being made from Cen tral to Clemson College, and from Central to Liberty? The W. H. & F. Missionary Society of the Wesleyan Met h odist u'Aurch met with Mrs. Haf n 'allege Hill on AN dresay 'aiT"Pt...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 8 June 1911

IGHT I have a wor with you, sir, witi out the cabin ?" Immediately lea' ing my associates, followed the shor muscular, athletic fi ure of the camup do( tor out to the edge c the forest. "What' up, Doc?" I aske expectantly. "I want the 'elp of a man as 'o the nerve to do an ugly job befor daylight," he whispered sententious: "Murder?" I tried to smile. "Alaybap!" he quietly replied, to m amazlkement, "I'hat lets me out, Doc. I'm o for iy bunk." "No it doesn*t" he hissed, folloN Ing my hesitant retreat. "What bring me 'ere late at night in a stormi inore important to the company an its hundred and sixty-two hands I canip, than to you and me. This job 'goli' for-ard tonight, come what ma And you who are handy with a gu und I who have no talent for tal afterward-wels, it's we two for tl perfawimence. 'i diead serious, I ai m-JnI you'll stand b y--i'll ('m ertainl I tbat. Come, the tide's just a-turii We'll havo to be mnovin' with it. lvei Inoient we're nearer a stampede i a panic in cam...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 8 June 1911

MULCH FOR THE STRAWBERRY Protect9 Them From injury of Freez. Ing and Thawing and Conserve& Moisture Fruit Needs. The average farmer doesn't grow strawberries at-all and many of those who do entirely neglect 'to mulch them. The benefits of mulching are threefold; to protect from the injury of freezing and~thawing, to keep the berries clean and free from grit and . to conserve moisture that the fruit often needs at. time of ripening. In favorable seasons berries can be suc. cessfully grown without mulcihng, but for a term of years there is no care that pays better. The work is best done the first time the ground is frozen hard and any kind of straw that is perfectly free from grass or weed seed is good material, says a writer in the Ohio Farmer. I have made two bad mistakes in selecting material. Once when I used wheat straw that had timothy seed in It and again when I used clover hay. I bad such a good stand of timothy and clover that I couldn't fruit the bed the second season, b...

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. — 8 June 1911

A0 $ueri en Price Ob ollar a Yer' -I, In. A4vg. { ifted aftPckens Pustoioe as Seom0 0lass ( Mail mattr PICKEN8, H. C.0 t T4UR8DAY, JUNIC S. 1911. Old Soldiers' Reunion. Saturday. June 3, was a great day for Pickens and the Confed erate Veterans of Pickens coun ty, the ocda ion being the an nual reunion of the Confederate Veterans. The good women of Pickens Chapter of the United Daughters of the .06fined'eracy were hosts to the Old Soldiers, and right well did they do their part. An interesting program had been arranged. Forming at the Methodist church the Veterans, headed by the First Regiment Band of Easley, marehed to the courthouse, when the following program was rendered: Prayer by Rev. J. E. Foster. Music by the band. Mvrs. .T. J. Mlauldin, president' of the Chapter, in a few vWell chosen smlences,welcomed \et (e1ra1klls tiul f'riildls. H1 ]onl. Ham1. Crai;g, nm,-yor of, (v wriit . en by \rs. (1 1, . tlihin NVOn,1 ild r ('I by ) l s. ('. . P. KI(~8' 4 1.1 v ' I VI JI -\ Tr m, v...

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. — 8 June 1911

ZO i"4 nN'WI LOCAL, H B1EI 31j.m Ohugg OU Dnow ad Some Ion DOEn Know About Our S ~ TOwns, Countya Popli - L. Hester and wie, of Woodstock, Ga., are visiting rehat~es in Pickens. -Mrs. C. R. Ferguson visited relatives and friends in/Easley, Saturday and.Sunday. Our space is taken up this week in such way that we have to carry over several good ar ticles until our next issue. -Oourt convened- and also ad ourned Monday. There was very littl'e'doing except the pre paring of the A-rand jury. -Capt. D. 13. inney is feed ing his boarders on nev pota toes, peas, beans, beets, and other truck raised in his garden. -WIANTEI-FiVe or six relia ble colle ctors to travel: $60 to s90 anmonti ,, Bond1reIuired. W\rite F. P. Si'r.:Li-:, Angusta, Ga. -WANTrE'ID-'jo let coitro-t with part y to Log Saw Mill with 10,000 feet dall v capacity. Ad dress . P. Q. Box, No. 3JIG, Sww ter, S.C-.o -m -Lost; on stretof Pikes Sunday, bet ween1 m-11Y residence and P7resbyterian church, gobi locket, "M. E. G." engr-a...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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