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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 22 June 1911

tr aY d~n%'2WP AT THE BIG SALE. These are jut a few of the things that make your Dollar 'Mighty at our Sale. Don't overlook the Saturday Spectals for Saturday, June 21th at Moore & Mauldin Co's Big Sale H alf-hour sales from 10:30 to 11 o'clock Beat Grade Drees Ginghame (regular 12 1-2o kind) for ?c per yard. not more than 10 yards to a customer. From 11:80 to 12 we will sell best grade regular 25c ladies hose in plain lisle, gauze and drop stitch for 12c per pair. From 2;80 to 3 o'clock we will sell 10 yards of standard weight Plaids (Checks) for 40c. Not more than 10 yds to the customer. We have placed many new bargains on our Notion Counter for this day with prices even lower than ever. 2Olbs of~j Plenty of the sugar Ladies undervests, regular price 10c Sale price 8c. L'lies fint lisle gloves regular price 25c Sale price 17c. (enuine horn fine combs large 10c size Sale price 3e. J. & P. Coats Embroidery cotton reg. 5c Sale price 4c. Table napkins regular 10c kind Sale pri...

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. — 29 June 1911

40~ KE SEN.INEI JOU 41 t Y-etre I ANprS, .l 1903 at 1*ikdette M, t. us seened et444 mitil JatNer. ider a,t u 1.sgr-em ol'Jurch 3, 38, * 41st Year PICKENS, S.* C.., JUNE 29,1911, The Colonel's Ambition. Col. Roosevelt's greatest'ambi tion,' said Gi'eonway, "is to be hot on the field of battle. "-Sat urday lkvening Post. Nonense! Col. Roosevelt's greatest anobition Is to be a one man war. He wants to be the command ing generals on both sides, stand ink calm and collected I'n front of his tents while the wireless spits out its reports from the front, while the' telephones clat ter and the telegraph clicks his orders to his corps commandersi He wants to be the genaral 3Ystaff of both armies ,scrutinizing the monster maps of the field of operations and shifting the pins that mdrk the positions of the opposing forces. He wants to be the trusty scouts dashing up breathless " from the firing-line. . He wants to be the roar of the artillery, the rattle of the .small arms and the flashing det...

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. — 29 June 1911

1 A..! .-- 7-,A Yound Willie Not Made 1 tAnarchy tter ci By FREEMAN TILDEN URELY there must be a considerr, .houghtful persons who on the fifth of July F '*" .u4e frmn the preceding twenty-four hours wit' rl Vdbt. A whole day in which the normal fore J oirder are practi cally suspended, during wh -' Ymeanor becomes merely "excess of spirit;" j i.operty can be de stroyed with impun ity rb Iquency and general license are encouraged- . .gs worth thinking of. The farcical part :ehistic condition lies in the attempt to attr' . rld of patriotic impulse. Any suggestion toward an ameliorat, vils of Fourth of July cele brations is usually met with pained exprue is of distrust. These people want to throttle Patriotism. They are trying to discount Liberty. They are told how essiitial it is that the hoodlum, the unspanked youth, the mentally hi al f-qu ipped adult shall range the streets, make the night dread ful, tie dalay dangerous and commit excesses at will-to the end of express i a,, a gre...

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. — 29 June 1911

tl t4 ti Cl c MILK COW THREE TIMES A DAY a c It Pays, According to Results SecuKed t by Dairymen and Owners of e Large Herds. t Does it pay to milk a cow three times a day? Dairymen and owners of large herds say so. They oan, and do, produce the proofs, too, thit milk ing their cows this often is a very profitable practice. To obtain the best results from your cow, or cows,. health and comfort must necessarily be considered care fully. The modern farmer is making rapid progress in regard to the sani tary conditions of his barns and dairy stables, and learning also many im proved methods of feeding. Yet a surprisingly large number of farmers do not see that the cow with a heavy, full udder, unrelieved, is laboring against big odds. The two indisputable benefits de rived from milking three times every - day are: A steady Increase in the amount of milk produced, and a high er percentage of butter fat in the milk. The first is especially valuable to the persons who feed skim-milk to the...

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. — 29 June 1911

..... .....e Ip1dkes SOnin 4l0ou 61 .~~~4a idermete-BAOnable. S6bsorlpion Price One Dollar a Year In Advance. fietered at Pickens Ftofmee an second Olaes Manl Matter . PaICEENS, S. 0.: THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1911. Contest Closes. Saturday night, July 1st, at 10 o'clock, we close the ballot box. You have up to that time to get in with your money and your votes, unless you are be yond reach, under which cir cumstances you can mail to us, and your votes will be counted, if they bear stamp of mailing office conforming to the above date. The committee, consisting of Rev. G. F. Kirby, M. C. Smith, 1. M. Mauldin and Jas.P. Carey, Jr., will have charge of the box after that time, and will count thelvotes by Tuesday, the 4th. t, We have notified every per son on our books. by letter, how they stood, how much money to send in and) how many votes this paymeint would entitle theI to. They will do vell to respond promptly, and not wait until the last moment, and then growl, because they were too lat...

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. — 29 June 1911

LOCAL BREVITIES oMo TWAg !o Know ad S3015 I*u Dont. now About Our Towns, County & People -The -contest closes Saturday night, July 1st, at 10 o'clock. Get in your votes before that time. -Mr. A.B,Riggins,of Liberty, R. 3, has sent to this office a. cotton bloom found in his field the 20th Ist. -Next Saturday marriage li censes will be on sale in South Carolina at one dollar each. A word to the wise is sufficient. -Mrs. Watts Hudgens, of Chattanooga, Tenn., accom panied by her daughter, Miss Kate, is 9pending a time in Pickens with her sister, Mrs. J. .. 'Callaham. -J. E. Medlin reports cotton bloom on 28th, found in field planted the 29th of April. He has a fine crop of cotton, of the Broadwell Dou ble-jointed va riety. -The genial J. 1). Moore was chatting with his. numier6us friends Friday afternoon, and after enjoying the hospitality of his friend, Mr. Will Griffin, over )ligilt, left for his honie in Oreenvlle, Saturday morning. -Claude Hester, the mlerry, happy-go-lucky for...

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. — 29 June 1911

SENTINEL - JOURNAL PUBISEsriD WEIEKLY. PICIKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA. The loafer's idea of pleasure is to watch other ni-;n work. Lobsters are 85 cents a pound. but human lobsters are as cheap as ever. It is a pity that women cannot make their heads grow to fit the hats they wear. Perhaps, after all, the harem skirt was invented for the special benefit of the press agents. Nobody is crowded In Nevada. There are only seven-tenths of a man to the square mile. The price of lobsters has gone ip. This does not refer to the foreign matrimonial market. Boston women have a club where they may snoke. What are our Bos ton women coming to? It is renarkabie what large bales of hair soni of the women have dis carded without catching cold. The inventer of fly paper is running for office in California. As a candi date, lie ought to be able to stick. That New York school teacher who was ilned $1,00 for hugging women teachers has evidently both lo'ved and lost. One of the scientists has found out that ea...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 29 June 1911

RAILROAD MAN IS HONORED 0. L. Dickeson of .the Chicago, Bur lington & Quincy Railway company was appointed vice-president of the White Pass & Yukon route, I.e most important' railway property tapping the rich niineral fields of .Alaska. This pr6iotion comes to Mr. Dick eson after a brilliant record, achieved fin the Chicago and middle west rail. road world. As superintendent of transportation of the Burlington, he has handled- many of the inportant general policy transactions, not only of the Durlington, but of all the rail roads centering in Chicago. Mr. Dickeson is a young maii. lie was born in Ottuinwa, Iowa, in 1877. His father was a pioneer Baptist min ister, and is still living, enjoying a prime old age, now more than eighty years of age. lie received his early education in the Ottumwa public schools. At the age of fifteen lie was compelled to make his own way. le camne to Chicago, and by sheer pluck Ona determination secured a good business education. He entered the s...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 29 June 1911

Valuable Land For Sale 7-roomn hoise, 0 fire placeis. huWtI4l fi. ished )Il over large barn, . nail wood hll11se, tie., all kinds of fruits ianl beorries1 on lot and one of the best wells of water in town. 5 minutes walk to the depot or up town; lot 150 x 200 ft. 2. 2 lots on Hampton ave. These lots lie well and are nice building lots. 3. 2 lots on Lewis street. These are good lots and cheap too. 4. 1 lot, 8 tenant hou. es Room for 3 more houses on ame lot. Brines gooi interest on $1,200. See how cheapi you can buy this. 5. 2-story and basetent brick buibl. ing en Main street. See this if you want a good bi.siness stand 6. About 400 acres of land. 1 1-2 tmiles West of Pickenp. w'lo 1ublic o>is through this place. This laid lies on the East side of Twelve Mile Iltiver, both sides of Town Creek. Oin this place is I good settlenents, Tenant I louses, Barns, Cotton Hlouses. and necesary out-Ittild. ir'gs. Good orchards of select fruit, 5 good wells. 8 good springs. free stonet water....

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

PIlKENS SEN INEL JOURN Hen~r-I 9prie2*1*1903 a Picetso, So Vs. as uaecosd CIUG malil Onager, Under act oreosagresig of M~arch 3, 1879 418t Year PICKENS. 8. 0.. JUL 1 6, 1911N Uoonee, Pickens and Orangeburg. Pickens and Oconee are more nearly inotntain counties than any in the State, but the larger part of the terrstory of both is hill country similar to that of Anderson and Laurens. In both the white population heavily preponderates. Each has three or four cotton mills, Oconee was formerly a part of Pikencs' county, so in every way the characteristics of tqe two dis tricts are similar. In the ten years Oconee gAin A ).3,703 inhabitants, about 16 orifjo centum, of which the growth of the towns of West minster, M,, alhalla, Seneca, West Union uid Salem accounts for about 1, The mountain township of ' iewater now has 603 inhabitan -.or 105 lesd than it had 20 yea I ago. In the same way Chatto ga town ship has lost 32 in the 20 years. Pulaski has lost 115 in 0 years. All the gains are i...

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 July 1911

SENTINEL -JOURNAL PUialSHED WEEKLY. PICKENS, SOUTH CAROINA. Keep cool and you will be cool. Also, bash the pest tlhit rocks the boat. It must be great to be skinny in hot weather. Do not overwork yourself taking hot weather advice. More popular than others are hot Waves with broken backs. Now the man who sleeps out of doors finds it easier to make converts. There ought to be a Nobel prize for the personage who invented shirt Waists. About the only time tie women ar good listeners is when the preacher Is talking. New York comnplatins of a shortage of water, desilie the fact it is sur rountided by it. Detroit's team" loses a game on rare nenasions to prove that its players are merely hminanii. Chicago Is now alvornting ai baths. A short time ago ono of its citizens died inl a bathtub. A New Jersey man who ate pie twice a day for 89 years is dead---gone to his desserts, as it were. After college professors reach a certain age they don't seem to care what they say about women. There has...

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 July 1911

TIN wardrobes of the past are thrown open, the language of other days, the manners, of other times hold sway. 'r quick, eager, hurrying world of today stands still for one moment to perform a great and solemn cere mony, and cream-colored horses perform the work now done by fiery motor-cars, and stately walking takes the place of rush and bustle. Letters commence "We greet you well," and request in sonorous terms the pres ence of great people with ancient names, "fur nished and appointed as Your rank and qual ity appertaineth," and end with "And so we bid you most hearty iarewell." Claims of rank, of past service, of old rights and privileges pour in. In the midst of quick, active 'ife, in a mechanical, colorless time, suddenly, blazing like the pages of an Illumi nated Missal, come claims of people who as pire to the titles of the King's Larderer, the Herbstrewer, the lutler, Carver, Waferer, to carry up the Courses, to bear the Silver Cup, to carry the Orb or one of the Sceptres, o...

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. — 6 July 1911

Pickens Senuinel-Journel Xdvortlieg Rotes Reasonable Subscripflon Price One Dollar a Year c In Advance. --,a 0 , o, .s Ptetenn Pustomce as second Clas Mali Matter P ICKENS, I. .: THURSDAY. JULY 6 1911. n, c Contest Closed. On Saturday night. July 1st, e the Sentinel-Journal's contest it closed at 10 o'clock, as adver- r< tised. The box was sealed in k the presence of witnesses and J delivered to a representative of Iy the committee and deposited in M the vault of the Keowee Bank " until the time for counting the el same arrived. The committee handled the B count with promptness and dis- a patch, and they have our sincere thanks for the kindness ren- a dered us. ti All of the contestants made g some gains, and it was a hot race to the finish. We are un- t< der imaniy obligations to theni s for the inlelatigable work they n1 perftiorm 1ed, anl 0our regret is t< that, we. are niot finllciilly able I 4o give eacl yolig lady a piano y and eacl -eitlelliall a stalk- Il Cutter tl ...

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 July 1911

Pickens Senlnel-Journal LOCAL BREYITIES Some Things ou Know and Some You Don' Know About Our Towns, County & People -Married, on the 27th ult,, by Rev. B. Holder, Miss Hattie Hayes, daughter of Mr. Field Haves, and Mr. Willie Brown. all of Pickens county. -Married on the 30th ult., at the residence of the officiating minister, Rev. John T. Lewis, Miss Inez Gilstrap, daughter of Mr. J. D. Gilstrap, of Little Eastatoe, and Mr. J. W. Turner, of'the Crow Creek section. - There will be an all-day singing at Tabor Baptist church, two miles below (Gentral, on the third Sunday in July. All lovers of music are invited to come an(l bring well-filled baskets. --Capt. R A. Fisher and m1ol1her retu rned esterdlay from I a well-earned ald en1jOyable lay off inl Laurn-is. the guests of their friend~ and relative, Cap~t. E"d. Tollisoni. Little D. B. Fin ney PratCeedl along with thei. -The Easlev Roller 11ill has been thoroughly overhauled,has an1 eXperienced miller in chalur., :1nd is nrepared ...

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. — 6 July 1911

VICTIM OF AIF 1W/ ~.. C i Ile Is at lawyer anld was for mlanly years i Dor'deaux, Ilk, Was nin1ster of justice fn dont of tht- sonato, whero hev sits as. .enat decput11y. Ile has been decorated with thl White Etaglt of linrgla. The deplorable nevident, whichi canls( Within thr- years, wvII l ot tinter11 #re witt whele aleay urheds of aet 'roplaill's are Prench a . Italier, it w%.ilI ca:ste striji Of rOwdS at avatiOnI m)eets. GATES TELLS TR .lhn \\'. ,;ates fiitI.shed ti opel Ing snsatloll In the inv stligatio - hen he rovealed the history of the 'l'ittd St a t es S(teel corporal ito. Pres. ent t1 the birt i1o the greatest slee Inaufatintg lconcern in the World, hie decribed how it wats th' nat iral Ontitnlle of* what hle dest'ribed its tile vernisa of* AtideinW Carnteglo to be bounld by the "gntleIetnen's aiLgree unt"that nmrkeItd thle aryday of W11 vornptition In the riel busi 1it. toli of uilions lost and created almost In a hreath; how the Carnegie IlIls, appraisetd at $160,111,0...

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. — 6 July 1911

OWN LEGHORN IS SUPERIOR Ability to Convert Larger Quan ity of Waste Food into Eggs Than Any Other Bird. hoever wants a dainty fowl beau tifully colored, a good forager and a great layer can very easily love the Brown Leghorn, says the Poultry Journal. Like its cousins the White, the Black and various other varieties of the Leghorv family, this fowl has the ability to convert a larger quan tity f waste food into a larger num ber. eggs of large size than perhaps aL ther breed of fowls. it is emi the fowl for the man who iI j A The Brown 14 horn. wants large numbers eggs and who does f white-shelle( 9othered with hens ot want to b sit every now and the nedds must INC TANK FOR DUCKLINGS ost Excellent Swim '. ;. Little Duck is E 'g Pan for the and inexpe to Make .. _ ive. A most excellent sF you:rg ducks is made umirning pan foi zinc and fastened to f heavy tin o1 .ths which are 'A Tank for Ducklings. elI set in the ground-t wo or morE aths according to the length of thE uank. o BUILD FA...

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. — 6 July 1911

Valuable Land For Salt 1-t0rn house, 6 fil- plaier h.4. le ri . i ished all over, large bai-. r.' wood house. etc., all kinds if fr- Ia. berries oil lot and (Ile of tih .,4 s , of water in town. 5 nminntes %- a 11' the depot or up town; tot 150 x 2 ) 1' 2. 2 lots (n -anliplonl ave. 'I'a h.- a lie well and are nice hitilding Iota. 3. 2 lots on Lewis sre-t. Thi. a . good lots and cheap too. 4. 1 lot, 3 tentlit ho#s Roir t. more houses on mae hit. W5rin . interest on $1,000. St, breow ch.. y can buy this. 5. 2-story and batwsatent. brick i I, I. ing en Main street. se Ilis I, want a good ht.sincst taad 6. About 400 acres of land. I 1.2 t i. - West of Pickenap. Two Pibli- a oa through this place. This land liev o the East sidet of Twelve- Mile Ris er. h1-1 sides of Town Ureek. On tlis1 plar e is 1 good settlenients, Tenant. lous-ocs. laa rt . Cotton Houses. and necessary out-build. ings. Good orchirds of select fruit, 5 good wells. 8 gopd springs. free stoin water. Bermuda paittr . Thit...

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. — 13 July 1911

PicKENS SENTINEL JOUR Entered April 23. 1903 ao PicikeiSm,. . I. a .wsc ad ft 'e I ugl rea,.a.. er- . r aet or Ciacre 3, 1879 41st Year PICKENS. S. C., JUL1 13. 91 Number 7 The Pride of Clotheb. Rev. Sam Jones was no stick ler on dress. Indeed, it is said that it was not until his fame as a preacher had become so great and he was called to large cities among fashionable people, that * he gave any attention at all to his apparel. Mr. Jones was asked to come to Brooklyn, to conduct a series of meetings for Dr. Talmage, New York's great divine. When Sam arrived and reported to Dr. . Talmage, that gentleman was somewhat taken aback wi'th the rather seedy-looking suit of clothes that Sam wore, and so troubled did lie become over the Georgia minister's dress that he finally said to him; "Mr. Jones, would you accept. a suit of a clothes from me?" "Why, cer tainly," said Mr. Jones, smiling, and so Dr. T. accompanied him to a haberdasher, where he was clothed from head to foot in a very styl...

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 July 1911

SENTINEL -JOURNAL PU LISHED WEiEKLY. P!CKECNS, SOUTH CAtWOLNA. Now. altogether:' "Is it hot enough for youV" Even the mosquito Is feeling the Impulse of tho back-to-the-farm move ment. Nearly everybody who says "I don't care" Is not. telling the truth. When an aviator loses his way in a fog lie cannot ask a policeman. At least not yet. Almost time for some get-rich-quick main to establish a correspondence school of aviation. Germany has adopted a new gun do bigned to bring down aeroplanes, just as if aviation is lnot dangerous enough. The cornviets who struck for the eight4I-hour day in tie( Michigari peni testiary I'na!ly h'ecided not to walk out. Tvhe varthi has only 10.0t00 yeal re to live, necordii to 1 Swed ill as'tron OMlier. ILet uS tlien be up1 anid doing. etc. Vestern11 farilers Valt tie( wathr blir(al invetigtd he-aueFv Its pro dictolls d(o' t ag ree wVith l the rhenim atismw. Aeeordiig to fashiioil exp1rt(t.. London and Plaris the Iarmit sRiv is dead. As a ioit er of fact...

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 July 1911

TO RULE A YOI who took an interest in the lad was the car and then the publisher of a \Vashin to a hospital and later took such an in I for his education. Ferris was a quick a credit to his benefactor. After leaving school he turned his stock company in Minneapolis which I Later he went to Los Angeles, where h ful. He then turned his attention to o and fruit orchards, and rIWidly accumuli Last fall lie entered the arena of poll governor on an independent ticket. Nc full-fledged republic, which may not pro COOKE DECLARI A dgar S. Cooke, who was found not guilty of embezzling $24,000 from the Big Four railway, was formerly local treasurer of the road in Cincinnati and was well known in railroad cir cles. The belief Is that the judge's charge helped to free Cooke, Judge Hunt declaring the testimony of Mrs. Ford and of Warriner only masle them equally guilty if Cooke were guilty. Cooke was the last of those indict ed in connection with the $643,000 shortage of Charles L. Warriner, Cin c...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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