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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 8 June 1911

x PIOXEN, ,d 'H, CAAOdi NA TuShing a lawn mower is the opph site extreme from joy riding. Baseball slang--in Japanege must be something weird and appalling. Herewith approaches the joyous sea S011 when a man's keys rust in his pockets. No man Is a her6 to his valet, and no "iatinee idol is a hero to the lead ing lady. A violoncellist was dismissed from a New York show because she would not kiss a man-In public. The lussian scientist who says .rables can be cured by eating beetles fails to announce a cure for eating beeltie. "An Ithaca (N. Y.) doctor wishes to ,have placed in every public school the %tatue of a1 perfect man."' Married or single? A hottle conitaining a one dollar bill %vas carried :':, Iil les by sea. But it didn't get within reaching distance of New York. R-rv a few swats for the mos. 'luift-s that are coining, although all well-directed ones should be applied 1o house flies. A Missouri judge vules that it Is lawful for a man to spank his wife. So, also, is it lawful...

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. — 8 June 1911

~O~flf~ Exceed European in Spirits and AmericaNerve Power By C. W. ERNST *RE American children worse than others? I thinkl not. T1he Aar'e all born with the same geperal endowment as to moralit and conduct.. Physically, American. children seemn slighti - larger and stockier than the correspond~ing grades of childre iEurope. Amerixcan chld~ren .sem toecedEgls ani French children in animal spirits andi nerve power. Soi may take more skill to inanage them; and we shall have somn exuberances not found elsewhere. But it is no,t a determiininj -element. [ hacnite xperience nrteeducational talent, still less the wis dom, to pass upon whole nations and1( continents. I. have noticed, however or hin I avenoticed, that no two children are brought up alikc. Thb first'son iA usually brought up less wisely than the third, and no two famn tlies or seliools pulrsue the samie course. Americani parents, perhap~s, expect 1a little too much of schools an not quite enough of themselves. 'It may be that ...

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. — 8 June 1911

Plokens. R. 2. 1 erybody enjoying health in this' section a1t present. Oroi~s are looking extra fine i r the time of year. Rev. J. T. Mann, the blind ~evangelist, preached a very in teresting sermon at Six Mile, Sunday evening, to a large con gregation. 'Mr. and Mrs. I, D. Rice and family, of Norris, visited Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Garrett, Sunday. - Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Garrett visited lr. and Mrs. M. B. Gar rett, Sunday. Mr. Allen Boiding spent Sat . urday night with Mr. Arthur Garrett. The boys report a good time. Misses Eula and Melinda Ba ker visited Misses Bethel and Ethel Mann, Sunday. As a destroyer of reptiles Miss Pearl Garrett is a success. She dispatched a huge "rattler" that blocked her path on Six Mile mountain, Saturday evening, while picking huckleberries. Sustu. Pearidge. Farmers of this section are getting along nicel with their work. Nearly everybody going over the second time. A shower of rain would help, but the crops are lookinig fine for June. A number from this side...

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. — 15 June 1911

sa Pntgs l~ tscew4castu sa eraad act u'nnmgreus ol' Ylnreth 3, 187* ax' 41st Year PICKENS. S. C., JUNE 15, 1911. Liberty. Miss Mary Sheldon, of Fatr play, spent the fore part of last week with her sister, Mrs. W. B. Glenn. - Miss Ruth Parsons, of Pick ns, was the guest of her sister, rs. H. T. Keenan, and other elatives here last week. Miss Meda Hunt spent last eek with fri'ends and relatives Greenville. She attended the mmencement exercises at rman University, of which brother, Mr. Willie, is a dent. -Virs. A.P.' wrence, of Cen tral, visited h ' aunt, Mrs W. S. Parsons, and other relatives here last week. Mrs. J. P. Glennnd her two nieces, Misses Nelliend Helen Watkins, of Anderson, spent last week as the guests of Mr. ahd Mrs. J. P. Smith, and other relatives here. Mr. Cloyd Robinson, of Char lotte, N. C., spent last week with his many friends in the city, Mrs. R. L. Crenshaw, of At lanta, came last Friday to the edside of her mother, Mrs. J. . Wakelin, who is seriously ill. Mrs. ...

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. — 15 June 1911

T HND Wt D Ly PlON SUTh LNA Get ready to swat the fly. Vassar college is 50 years old, but ddbsn't look It. Dead artists are appreciated, while the living ar" ignored. Fishhooks are ripe, and you can dig bait while spading the garden. A baseball team's winning stride will do it no good if it never strikes It. Farmers should welcome the aero plane. They won't have to turn out for it. The strawberry always makes good In the shortcake. It is the national berry. So if you go to the coronation, you cannot watch the baseball games here at home. The shrinking violet has plenty of cause to shrink or even to shrivel if it prefers to do that. A Chicago doctor has found danger Ois mierobes in the whiskers of cats. Don't kiss your cat. "Let a woman have the last word," says one of our jurists in advising mere men. Superfluous advice. Berlin boasts of a talented canine who can talk. His education is prob ably progressing in dog Latin. Another kind of optitnist is the man who expects to find the ...

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. — 15 June 1911

PIcKENS SENTINELJOURNAL Butered April 23, 1903 as Pickens, . 0. as second class mail mater, under act Of Congress or March 8, 1879 41st Year PICKENS. . 0.. JUNE 15, 1911. Number 3 THIS HANDSOME PIANO.1 YOUR CHOICE OF A FINE $350.oo The Tone HARVARD= Keeping with that High Standard MR which have made these pianos ramous. 0 IMARSH-ALL Material, Tone, WENDALL, -cin 5 WI~iNDALLAction, Workmanship* o 7 1-3 Octaves. Three Pedals. Ivory Keys. , D IN ~~~~Durabiliy aeDsg MAHOGANY, WALNUT or OAK CASE. all Of the Very Best. I ___ A- _ __ -. acty .'.1 MIN_ 0~ ~ ____0 !:. m-~ Sipped Direct from the. Factorin~ je,\7on To the Young Lady Winning it by Popular Vote. Xoung ladies, you make no mistake in working for this grand premium. It is one you will always e proud ot. It will be an exceedingly handsome piece of parlor furniture and an adornment to Iany home. This piano has tall iron plate, triple unisons, double repeating action, nickeled action brackets tun .ing pins and cased hammer rail, gradu...

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. — 15 June 1911

41 t v I 111'r h OI ,:- i h Iit Wi * to ~ < bo* ' tV ol (I n 1 ii it t t '. tll a -itketi vo nl cr -p. Now Vo]! on :i I I - Iz I r c i c w 4-44- e . i : v i n I )' i I i' pI. n t (i \ r . I." "go 'i 1c ' use I I I w t ing n dII heP wil mak t I g ooi ro p.- It yoni1 I r I eist and1( pa1'lltr). .11114 is (wcIlp4iedl lby we! im 11o : ci .kellAlj Ill r'mits waltowiig ,lo We Want to Show You What Mr. J.kS. IPowler "iays: "Side (dress .ing- will hmy a profit H1n 100 pri: ct, 1i loa MhGee says: Side dissiigI i a paink uirn -,.: Any-an w.ho. .e: 5id d t'C ' Ofi inetAll tlwntays dare T I B. J. Smith 'i r., I.. rl paY 2s t',.r . .. J Iawle Hsays: Thee is noth-. in li ke (11 iIt.." ltl in wit iA a prof will y 25 to r 0t Ai. a. Mcue says: "Side dressing side dretst o c .'ill, aw tili t 111v1et i te abl) t e l. agin. o l te fltilzral Il. J. i S ih " p ill will in ret J. A. mIgin " "S w id (5 toI30 Ry Jnhn 13 MeUl:anit, sas: '"t w ill in when tho crop orthrd." A. R. Ate says: "'Id lr ingrois '...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 15 June 1911

COLONIAL 4 N the estimation of most people, in this country at least, who take an inter est in the subject of home ornamentation by means of lawns and gar dens there is nothing more attractive and ap. - pealing than a colonial garden. That this meth od of displaying nature's bounty appeals to people who have the means and facilities.for indulging a taste for any sort of ornamental gar dening is eloquently proven 'by the fact that a colonial garden has been a conspicuous feature at the White House for a number of years past. Mrs. Roosevest had this garden laid out just south of the presidential mansion, and lim mediately under. ineath the win dows of her pri. vale apartments, and Mrs. Taft was zo Impressed with its beauty when she be came First Lady of the 'Land that she not only con. tinued the gar <len but had it ex tended and im proved. By a colonial garden is meant, It will be under. stood, the form of flower plot that was the ap. proved and ac cepted fashion in the days of ou...

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. — 15 June 1911

Nck sSoulto I111ruo 4vertisind I.teS iUeasonable subseripti Price Oese Dollar a Ypar In Advance. Antered at Pickens Poetonlee an 8.cend Olen Mall Matter PIORENS, S. 0.3: THURSDAY. JUNE 15. 1911. Presentment of Grand Jurv. To His Honor T. S. Sease: We, the grand jury, beg leave to make this, our final present ment for this term of this court. We have passed on all bills handed us by the solicitor, and nade such findings as in our best judgment the evidence war -anted. We have appointed a commit tee to audit the various county officers, consisting ef Jno. F. Harris, 0. S. Stewart and W. S, Parsons, and report to the next term of court. By request of bondsmen, we reconnuenmud that the comptroller general check up the county treasuri's oflice before turning !t over to the new county treas: urer. and further rcon)end ,hat the errios heretofei- ap pearil. ho c1harged off thle ho)(oks anl stda rt in lne w r t at, the Sinne heo adjulsted inl somle wtay s as to 1i'k oa final dis pfstitioI of...

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. — 15 June 1911

00 0EYMaS lOCAL IUVITIES oMe ThNR !a KnowI Ud Sme You DoIL &now About Oar TownS, Canty & People -Dr. J . Bolt, of Easley, was calledto Pickens. on gprofes sional business Monday. --Beginning *Monday., June 196h. train No. 42 on the !South era, will leave Greenwille 3 minutes lateritihan at pFesent. --The lower section *of th( county was -Mielted by a sever( windstorm Sumdaynight. Many trees were uprooted and .several outbuildings were blown 'down, Some rain followed in its wake. -Dr. and Mrs. R. E. 'lhomp son of Inunian, S. C., have is sued ivitations to the miarriag( of their daughter, Ruth, to Dr. James Eldward Allgood Of Liib erty. , C., )n Tu esda June 20, 3911. --kr. A-rthiur Jo~nes of Ensilny w-as shakingc' hand(s wvith hi., frienids in~ Pickens Monday. 1He came uip to look after somomat ters in Judge Nevbery's Office, beuiAng th1(e eX(,centor of the estat( of Ms. , A Unnsdeceased. The harvest is great :ind ile rnapers are few,'" and as a C(jse( Iue(ce miuch fin over-r...

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. — 15 June 1911

Imast fall lIoosevelt nominated him eon and the colonel -ztumped the state cratic lands(lide, aiter a spectacular cai li personI, SIituson1 is tall, slender 11 wears a small roustacle. IHis diction I that of anl attorney reading a brief in i When Mr. Dickinson, the retiring gave up the position f general solicito ten uid a salary of $35,000 a year to e lumbus, Miss., in 1851 and studied at I college, Leipzig university and in Par Boundary Commission in 1907 and 1908 attorney general of the United States. his home and in polities is a Democrat THE ORIGINAI lIepresentative Hlenry Allen Cooper Df Itieine, Wis., is declared entitled t.o tihe distintion of being tihe Il rst in surgent in congress. Nir. ('oper was n111 isirg'.M iwfore the word "insur t "tit' (mne ino use. Ile hias been in colngress 16 years, and he has been an lusisrgent. 1(6 yevars. Ih-fore he "'stalwarts" in Wiscon lit had lI b'ri Nia;irloni La lollette to troulile theu, Hlenry A. Cooper of the First Wiscinsin (11striet...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 15 June 1911

For Self: BY IZOLA (Copyright. 1911. by A "I'm positive it's - Ralph," Vera eaned forward in her steamer chair get a good look at the man who ha d Just passed. "lie has marched ar und about 40 times so far this mor ing, Phil, and I do wish you'd find ut for me." "I dn't know you were so keen on diggi g up Ralph." Phil's tone was a rr. re grunt of disgust, from the depth of his rug. "Didn't that die out at - nehurst last fall?" "Didn't w at die out?" Vera looked medita Ively and innocently out to Pea. "Weren't you eA gaged?" "Not exactly." "Not exactly? Up, n my word, Vera, you girls get on i V nerves. You think love's a Polo gine. When a chap conic's a cropper, \you lift your eyebrows, and say it's ktoo bad he can't play right. You kNow Ralph was awfully cut up after ".vo6 left, and-when did you see him las',t?" Vera rose, smiling mysterioubly. "Phil, it wouldn't be right fir me to tell you. It's bad enough t9 en courage those-er-polo players, iibut it's worse to give a "description...

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. — 15 June 1911

Statement of the Located at Pickens, S. C.. at the REISOUICC+S. Loans and Discounts..... ........ 01 Overdrafts ....................-- --- Furniture and Fixturc. . . Due from Hanks and Bainkers 1158 Currency.......... .... .... ... -- - - 00 Gold.................. ......... . ....- - - - - ) Silver and other Comn . .....- -- -... 583 82 Cheeks and Cash Items...... -------.... 00 Total....... ............. -----.*74 89 4 STATNC OF SOUTH CAROLINA, COUNTY Of 'ICKENS. Before me catne M. u. Smith, Cashier of says the above and foregoing statement is a tri of said Bank. Sworn to and subscribed before ne this 10th (I Correct-Attest: .1. P, CAREY, W. T. O'DElZLa, Directors. it. I.. BRUCE-. STATEMENT OF TI THE LIBEI Located at Liberty, . C., at tl imoann atd I -I--, I t - --..... ...... .*r.5i7 :1 -Overdrnlfl%.. ................. . .. 750 i euriiiture aiil Ii xtu res.... ... ...... .. m 18 )iankding 114)112 ...... .. .... ..... 1.513 82 1)n from, !iu nks anil t4ihrukers lii 31 6 I'm rretie'....

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. — 22 June 1911

Probate Oifce x En tewre4 April 9, 103 at C-*flew. M. 0. s w NO 4 e*me in asi 461tl-s er. felelt - Uisgr o s, 41-t Year PICKENS, S GO JUNE - 22, 1911. A\Love Affair Ends Disastrously. U. er the above caption the Daily \Enterprise, of Sheridan, Wyoming, gives a full account af the uicide of George W. Chapmai, a former citizen of this county,, including a cppy of the letter purporting to have been written by him just before the awful tragedy.. . From this report we make excerpts, space forbidding the use of the entire artlcle. That . beautiful, f ysterious passion ycleped "love"' worse han the most danger s ex losive when it is tam pere with. Chapman had been w ing t the Forbes ranch,at Bec n, d Lecame infatuated w ss Amelia Maler, who worke the'Denio ranch, above Big rn, where her uncle, Fred rer, was foreman. he other man in the case C. C. Vorce, and he was '1t in the abdomen a:nd mor 1y wourided. Vrom what we can gather the o men were rivals for the ,ections of Miss Maier, with I d...

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. — 22 June 1911

PUB3L1l'0ED WIMCLY. PICKNS1 SOUTH CAAtOI4NA. Experimenters are developing the stingless Dee. The seasoq for Sunday accidents Is at hand. Look ovt.l The coinage of a two-and-a-half cent Yiece would mean cheaper campaign cigars. At a bull fight in France a bull kill ed a toreador, but usually the result is less gratifying. The world is certainly growing bet. ter. Nobody has killed this year's peach crop yeL Mary had a little lamb, and In this respect she stood one ahead of the Wall street of today. Adveates of long sheets on hotel beds thinli that a tall man should not be punished for his size. The season is arriving at the pivot al (late for prices of coal to go down and prices of lee to go up. A Pennsylvania mann filled hIs pipe with gunpowder, thinking it was to. bacco. And then it happened. At any rate, infant paralysis does u1ot appewar to havo made much head way amliong our1. infant Industries. hasebal can be played in any lan guage, though some noisy persons In the bleachers wi...

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. — 22 June 1911

Vanity Specialist Finds Many Obstacles d s in Her Way By THURDE RAYLE BRUCE VERY good specialist finds his level by and by, but mary who are vain of their specialty get a start with. difficulty. The friendless, trust-to-luck one who comes to the city with just one little talent to depend on doesn't succeed as does the girl who can boast of doing one thing well, another thing better, and one particular thing best, and who isn't too proud to do either to get a slart. That sanguine specialist who comes to the big city with grand dreams ought to be prepared to make some sacrifices be fore she can get the big positions. There waa a mulsic teacher oneo-the kind who sneered at every other occupation but that of running delicate white fingers over piano keys. Her home town showered her with compliments until it became too nar row for her, and pastures new in Chicago was the natural alternative. She would have a choice studio in a choice locality and get choice pupils from choice families-in...

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. — 22 June 1911

Icds Sentinelounel ulvertimmt Roeg tEmAonable Subscrip- lot 'rice one Dollar a Year bi Aintnce. m -*!v *I p ic, en ctsiomce as Second (asu PRCKENS, S. 0.: THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1911. WM. J. BRYAN has been tour ing South Carolina. He spoke last week at Abbeville, Belton and Laurens. Col. Bryan op Poses Harmon foi' the Presiden cy. WTUl this paper favors Wil son for president, we are of t he opinion that the nomimation of Harmon and Wilson would spell success for the Democrats. Tife politicians, though will slate the ticket to suit them selves if the people don't watch. Those Mexican revolutionists are hard to satisfy. After car vying on a successful war and finally forcing Diaz to resign the presidency, they are now reported as. wanting to start another revolution. They are evidently a bloodthirsty set and fight more for the lore of it than they do for the principle involved. Some of the plrea1chers inl the big cities find it necessary to use all sorts of schemilles and de vices to get ...

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. — 22 June 1911

','A Pchm Sntinl0rnal LOCAL BREYITIES Some Tibo You Know ad Some You en't Know About Our Towns, County & People -Mr. :and Mrs. Will Whitei and chileren, of Anderson, are oi a visit to Mrs. Ws. mother, Mrs. N. E. Thornley, in Pickens. --Mr. W. E. Holbrpook, repre senting theSoutheastern Life In surance Co. of Greenville, S. C... was in Pickens last week, intro. ducing the plans of his compny to our people. This is a uood company., well backed and financed by homI people and its deserving 'f your patronage. -Thei Lare two scholarships open to Pkkens county boys, at Clemson Gllege, one of them in -the textie departmient. Each is worth $100.00 and free tuition. Write to President Riggs for in formation a n (1 application blanks. The examination will be held at the court house on July 14th. -Married, on the 18th inst., by MT. F. Hester at hisresiddnce Mr. James H-ughes and Miss Nora Castle, daughter of Mr. Ned Castle, all of the mill vil lage. Pheir many friends are eoigratulating th...

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. — 22 June 1911

IN: BEGINS WAR ON O f 11 with the white plague, a war of which I lieves the disease can be stamped out in Mr. Patten was prompted to take up death of his brother, and later his son all business and devote himself and his battle which he has taken up. lie decl great wealth for the benefit of the com great thing in life." Mr. Patten has given a liberal donati the Young Men's Christian Association ai given a public park to Evanston and ii appials from widows and orphans, the p I.,, ISENATOR STON One of the best parliamentary tac ticians in the United States senate Is William Joel Stone, of Missouri. Hie is a veteran in legislative experience, having sat in the house from 1885 to 1891. Then he was elected governor of his state and in 1903 was sent to the Federal senate. Senator Stone is an uncompromising Democrat and believes that his party will be successful in the next presi dential campaign. llowever, lie be iteved the same thing in 1900, when he zmanaged Bryan's campaign. The senato...

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. — 22 June 1911

7',.WEM77M e' J7 h T tH E naval stores industry is one of the oldest industries in the United States, deriving its i name from the fact that in the I early days pitch from pine I trees was commonly used to make I wooden vessels water-tight. The term I has persisted to this day, though the i products long ago found other and more important uses. The turpentiJiing of pine timber be- 1 gan in New England with the "pitch," or yellow pine, of that region, but it I was in North Carolina that the first i extensive development of the naval i store% Industry occurred. The records i show that from 1768 to 1770 the av erage exports of naval stores to Eng land included 88,111 barrels of crude turpentine, 20,646 barrels of pitch and 88,366 barrels of tar. Most of the crude was shipped to England for dis tillation through the ports of W'il mington and Newbern. The supplanting of the iron retort by the copper still in 1834' greatly Increased the output of volatile ol ind gave much impetus to the i...

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