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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 17 August 1911

.,ains ..eaufort or into Tennessee, n those other states, through the Eastatoe .n this county, to Knox .e, or some other good railroad ..enter in that state. Take your map and lay your rule down, from Knoxville to Charleston, and see how the road would run. It would pass by Sevierville, Tenn., Dillsboro, Webster, Rosman, N. C., and in to South Carolina at Eastatoe Gaap, on by Pickens, Easley, Piedmont, near L aurens, New berry, Lexington, Orangeburg, Bowman, Harleyville, Dorches ter to Charleston: from Knox ville to Beaufort or' Port Royal. we have practicailly the same towvns inl Tennessee aind North (ar'oliina, by Pickens, Anderson, Abbeville, Bradley in Green wOOd couity. Edgefield, Aiken, BI'ariwvell, fallpton, to Bea u fort. Th)8is is mu tch tlle better rout Ie, for th Iere is a bett er. sectio o(11f country to go throI'h, it is more den Isely popu1lated aind mnly 111111 re )-grssive towns gjengg tHe route: besides, it comes ill (olneet 1011ion with t he three great ra ihv~ay s...

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. — 17 August 1911

Picken Senfinellournal ILOCAL BREVITIES Some lgs'sO bow ad Some t 1101 98nt Know About Our mTows, Coanty & People -After a very serious illness of over two weeks, Mrs. D. B. Finney is able'to sit up again. -Miss Mildred Folger, of Eas ley, has returned home after a delightful visit to Misses Lucia and Edna Earle. -The voung folks o, the Oole noy side enjoyed a singing Sun day evening at the home of Miss Janie Hendricks. -Messrs. John and Matt Chas tain, of the Holly Springs sec tion spent the week end at Six Mile with friends and relatives. -Photographer J. A. Smith, of Easley, will he in his branch studio, over the Keowee Phar macy. in Pickens, every Mon day, rajn or shine. -Miss Cora Reid, of Atlanta, who has been visiting her aunt; Mrs. T. H. Gassaway, of Liberty I. 3., is now visiting the family of A. L. Edens, of Pickens, R. 4. - Mrs. Sutherland of Pied mont, accompanied by her charmiing daui ghter. M niss Marv visited Mrs. NM. J. (aulev and other friends alnd relati ves in...

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. — 17 August 1911

k HE United States government has recently undertaken to do something that a great many peo ple have been declaring for years past ought to be done. This is to record and perpetuate the ,trlial music of the American ludians. All over the world people' of ev ery nationality' have of late years been striving to perpetuate the folk songs of the different races that inhabit the globe, because it has come to be recognized that . these primitive songs which have seldom been written but'have simply been hand ed down from one go/neration to another con stitute an invaluable,'link with the past. In the case of o'r Indians, however, in great er degree perha s than with any other prim Itive people, is t ere need for quick work if the old songs and h nelent music is to be chronicled for the benef!t of future generations who will know the Indian ondy from books and pictures. The Inkdian/music alike to the folk songs of Euro V44zn nations, which have been brought to the ./fore in recent years, af...

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. — 17 August 1911

41 THE SCHOOI By MICHAE (Copyright. 1911, by Au Gideon Rush noticedthe girl before they reached Chicago, though be was a shy, hard-worying young man who had really noticed few women in hi day. But even Gideon could be pardon I for looking again at -the "schoolma' girl." as he quaintly nicknamed he. None but a school teacher wduld have that air and that pencil. 'And she was so young and so good to look at thA. Gideon was reminaed of little girls who played at various games, like keeping house, and going visiting, and teaching school. She was a school teacher; and yet the title wasn't distinctive enough. It did not classify her. She was all girl, too-young and sweet and happy. So "school-ma'am girl" it was. Gideon, who was going out to Ore gon to -grow apples, saw that the school-tha'am girl had a ticket much Jke his own-a green one as long as his arm. Was she going west, too, maybe to Oregon? But no; that was impossi ble. He would lose her at Chicago, where she would change to one of...

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. — 17 August 1911

Shoes and Clothing We have put in a special line of dress shoes for men The Beacon Brand Prices run from $3 to $4, we have this shoe in all leather, heavy tan, patent leather, box calf, gun metal and kid, if you want a work shoe you can't afford to miss seeing this line, and if you want a dress shoe you can't beat this line, no matter what your make up is they will fit you, if you have a big foot we have the shoe for you, if you have a little foot we can fit you, if you are bow legged or knock kneed come right along we can fit you. HEAVY WORK SHOES We still hold on to the old time brogan that keeps your feet dry. and put corns on your toes. It wont be long till fodder pulling time and you had better come and get you a pair just $1.50. Ladies Kangaroo with and without cap for $1.50, these shoes are all leather and will give you all the service and com fort you are looking for. Old ladies' comfort with cloth tops and flannel lining, this shoe makes life's walk easy, price $1-50. Cloth...

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. — 24 August 1911

PiLKENS SENTIN EJ0Ic Entered April 23.1903 at& Pickessa. S. 4. as oesolad e ta o all retnasr. tstsdor act of CoagreNws o' Marci 3, 1879 O41st Year PICKENS. S. .. AUGUST 24, 1911. Numfe12 It's too Hot tV But This NICEST YO( I EVER E IS SERV OUR SODA KEOWEE P esh Nunnallys Candy, P ED N WE HOLD up Red Meat-th chew for men. Alwayc good-better now kthar ever. No spice to make your tonguc sore-no excessive sweetening t( make you spit yourself away and rui your stomach. Just high-grade No Carolina tobacco, properly sweetene a perfect process. Sure s you're it's the real thing in good ch Get bugy today and find out for Cut out this ad. and mail to us name and address foK our FREE Name Address Made only by LIIPFERT SCALES CO., OBA &ACommunith LWe. said to-day, both on the pltt form and in print, about comn mu - nity life. Occasionally we meet. with illustrations of what nav be accomplished bv co-operation tow\ard a- commnon enid. No better example can he fonmi(1 of colli munity co-o...

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. — 24 August 1911

Picens Sentinel-Jorelf sdvertjiqing R-tes Reasonable Subscription Price One Dollar a Year In Advance. r-fered 1%% PICkens Fustofmce as Second Class Mail Matter PICKENS. S. C.: THURSDAY, AUGUST 211911. Cotton Crop Reports. Senator E. D. Smith, of South Carolina, has introduced a reso lution in the senate calling for the department of agriculture to investigate and report imme diately on the government's this year's crop report. Senator Smith said cotton dropped $20 a bale on the strength of the government's report of 93,000,000 bale increase in this year's crop. "This estimate was made J une 28, before part of the crop was out of the grount, said Mr. Smith. "I should hate to draw in the senate of the United States," continued the senator, "the conclisions that; 1. feel niight be drawn from this re markable report (f the agricul tural de-partument. Either the omlttissioners f. all the cotton states, mte'n right on Ohe gyrouln( anId failiar' with con(litions, arec litterly nitlel (0 es...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 24 August 1911

Pickens Sentinel-Journal QCAL BREYITIESI Some Thingi You Know and Some r Yon Doli'r Know About Out' Towns, County & People - Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Mauldin left last week for a stay at Hen dersonville. N. 0. -Mrs. J. W. Hester of Atlan ta, spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Hester in Pickens. -Mrs. John Jones, of South Georgia, is visiting her sister-in law, Mrs. H. E. Davis, in Pick ens. -Will Jones, who has been living for some time in South p-Georgia, is visiting relatives and friends in Pickens. -Miss Lillian Sholar of Eas ley, was the charming guest of the Misses Boggs daughters of Clerk of Court A. J. Boggs. -Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Gres ham and daughter of Atlanta, ng a while with Mrs. its, Mr. and Mrs. M. F. and hs. N. ). Lesesne dren of Kingstree, S. C., are spendinm a while with Mrs. W. T. McFall, sisf-r of Mrs. L. land other relatives in Pickens. -Married on the 22d instant. by J. 1. NeV)ery. Judge of Pro bate, Mrs. Earle C. Nalley of Eally, an r. T. Wv. Cochrn of the Bel...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 24 August 1911

ba Shoes and Clothing We have put in a special line of dress shoes for men The Beacon Brand Prices run from $3 to $4, we have this shoe in all leather, heavy tan, patent leather, box calf, gun metal and kid, if you want a work shoe you can't afford to miss seeing this line, and if you want a dress shoe you can't beat this line, no matter what your make up is they will fit you, if you have a big foot we have the shoe for you, if you have a little foot we can fit you, if you are bow legged or knock kneed come right along we can fit you. HEAVY WORK SHOES We still hold on to the old time brogan that keews your feet dry. and put corns on your toes. It wont be long till fodder pulling time and you had better come and get you a p:air just $i.50. Ladies Kangaroo with and without cap for $i.50, these shoes are all leather and will give you all the service and com fort you are looking for. Old ladies' comfort with cloth tops and flannel lining, this shoe makes life's walk easy, price $1.50, C...

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. — 31 August 1911

4G4 Pl KEN SENE EYtered Aarl 9. 3903 Mt Pickens, . s, Vo as secondeInes mail Aatt er Act of1, 191. Of Naiies 3.-87 41st Yeae PICKENS. S. 0.. AUGF78T 31, 1911. LIBERTY. **School days are rapidly ap Vproaching. Many intend going to school here, while some will be'off to college hustling for an education, which is a very important thing to hustle for these days. .John Gilstrap, who lives east of . here, is very ill, suffering from a paralytic stroke. Mr. Bud Burgess was kicked on his abdomen' by a horse Sun day 1morning, from the effects of which he died late the same -afternoon. He was buried Mon _day morning at Six-and-Twenty onArtdi, in Anderson county, near where he-was raised. -We understand- there was a I -shooting scrap at Norris, Satur , day evening, in which two ne pgroes were shot, one with a shotgun and the other with a t pistol. The former was seri ously hurt, while the latter was r not i njured, and escaped. .Two brick stores are under -way here. M. A. Boggs and W..- S. Ch...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 31 August 1911

S.ENTINEL -JOURNAL PUBLISHED WEEICLY. PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLNA. Water your horses! What are the hot waves saying? Animals suffer as well as humanity. The flyless city is an irridescent [ream. What has becdme of the old fash oned sea serpent? Alaskan ice is just now more popu ar than Alaskan coal. Parts has declared against statues a frock coats. It may prefer pajamas. Some think an electric light bulb brows out more heat in summer than n winter. A Worcester boy killed 1,119,000 files in a contest, but they will never be missed. What has become of the old-fash toned man who carried a palm-leaf fan summer? Do not try to Invent a new excuse or going to the ball game. Any old xcuse will do. Doctor Wiley says that men who smoke are liable to sunstroke. Do your smoking at night. A New York woman who lost $1,000 joked about it. E'vidently she didn't have a husband to support. Aviators now fly across the English channel before breakfast as an appe tizer. It is a humdrum trip. We are told that...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 31 August 1911

W~eDil x BILOULS JO3e AUT11 or "THE DRAWN U11UaMhUO?D0 bY M~ COPR9/GHT Bv LO//1 1oYZw yA4iyg SYNOPSIS. David Amber, starting for a duck-shoot- t Ing visit with hi. friend, Quain,. comes up en a young lady equestrian who has been lmoun~ted by her horse becoming fright- e ened at the sudden appearanoe in the road of a burly Hindu. He dOclares he is Behari Lal Chatterii "the appointed f mouthpiece of the Doll,' addresses Amber as a man of high rank and pressin a yatorious little bronze box. "The To. ken," Into his hand disappears in the wood. The girl cals Amber by name. He in turn addresses her as Miss Sophie i Farroll, daughter of Col. Farrell of the British diplomatic service in India and Vislting the Qualna. Soveral nights later 0 the Quain home is burglarized and the ronz* b6x stolen. Amber and Quain go nunting on an island and become lost and M Amber is left marooned. He wanders about, finally reaches a cabin and rec ognizes an its occupant an old friend d named Rutton, whom he l...

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. — 31 August 1911

Pickens 8enlluol-Jouruol Idvert.ismnw Rama oReasonable I BAbscrIption Urlce One Dollar a Year 1k Advance. Utered at PIoOMe FostofMoe as feoond Olaus Mn) Matter -PICIENS, S. C.: TiRBDA'LeAUGUST 31 911. Indiana A&ventists. 'vo .this old world but five fars, or little more, to gontit e. Now would ibetageod ti: see about ithat life insur cc policy. M or Belle ;ieynolds is said dAc'be ithe only woman in the country holding;.a military omli cer's commission. She now lives .at Santa Barbara, Cal., and she received her commission in Ilii moostf-romoy:ates for heroisa ,at the battle of Sh.ah, She re-, cently attended the 50th anni versary of her regiment, the 1-thIlio. Charlestn and Savannah and all the coast country be 1wom areiin bad cordition. A storm hit tht.ii Sunday7 and did conside'rable Aamage. Charles ton was the .worst hu-t, seven persons; being killed and drowi ed and f rom -one to one and a half 'nlfion dollars danage be ing done. The wind traveled at 95 miles aon how and lhe...

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. — 31 August 1911

PAW Sentimloumrni LOCL BREVITIES Some ThIng. YO1 Dnow and Some You Don't Know About Our Towns, County a tpie -. r. and Mrs. C. B. Hagood aie at Tate Springs this jweek. ---Mrs. J, N. Morgan, of Cen tral, visite4 .relatives here last week. -Mr. and Mrs. Wi. Ander son, of Greenwood, visited liiss Rosa Ellis this week. -Miss Eleanor Knight, of Pickens, is visiting at Heflin. Ala. -Miss Ada Craig is visiting relatives in Seneca and Wal halla. -Mrs. N. R. Kennemore and two children, of Liberty, are visiting relatives in Oconee county. ,-Mrs, William, Ellis, of near Easley, spent Tuesday in Pick ens, the guest of Mrs. R. A. Bowei. --Mr. and Mrs. J. McD. Bruce spent a portion of last week in Seneca, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Gignilliatt. -Mr. and Mrs. Shealy, of Newbery, visited their daugh ter, Mi's. J. W. Ballen-tine, last week. -Mrs. Maude Massey and children, who have been on a visit to Mrs. T. L. Bivens, have returned to their:home in VWax hau, N. C. -Miss Mattie May Nicholson,...

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. — 31 August 1911

4C F there is any field of public. spirited activity in the United States which stands out con spicuous above all others be cause of recent progress it is that which concerns itself with the betterment of our public highways. If anybody had pre dicted a few years back that the beginning of the second decade of the twentieth century would see so marked and widespread an improvement of the public roads of the United States he would probably have been laughed at by all save those few enthusiasts who were looked upon until a short time ago as "cranks." This is not saying, mind you, that there is not much yet to be done to bring the highway sys tem of this great land to the point where it ought to be and to maintain it there. We are still a very long way behind most of the countries of the old world-notably our sister republic of France-in the condition of our roads. But that is perfectly natural, not because the foreigners are any better road builders than we are, but Simply because the...

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. — 31 August 1911

Girl's Clothing by WEL RES has a great 31M The two cardinal erence to their clot such as may serve i that its form be abdominal compre action. Hence th patients to adopt i suade them to ese tightly fitting high whenever the occasion offers, S iii such matters fashion and end of the chapter to reign ov The injuries that may b in the dress of girls are shown ing functions. T 'results o %ie period when ihe young la( that imposed by the requiremc 0 "Were young men to be s( quately clothed, so suffocated, cease. Defects of clothing, th the chest and shoulders, ar upper part of the body. Tl which fashion denies. They except at the cost of sufferir the infliction of positive disc mits the legs to be covered materials. The circulation o comes further impeded by the and the debilitating effects state, too, thus occasioned is exercise, and so adds to the g Highest Wades for Greatest Amount of Work By G. A. CROSBY Terre Houle. Ind. ae to eleven hours a day, with hc get. I went with a machine a...

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. — 31 August 1911

hoes 'd e have put in a spe Ae Be .es run from $3 to $4 avy tan, patent leather, I vant a work shoe you can' if you want a dress shoe what your make up is they we have the shoe for you you, if you are bow legged wye can fit you. HEAVY V We still hold on to the fleet dry. and put cornspy(" fod der pulling t!ileand yot -Ljo i just $1.50. Ladies Kangaroo wit shos are all leather and wi fort you are looking for. Old ladies' comfort m this shoe makes life's walk < Clothing That It We have just opened boys, we have suits for mc in need of any thing in ilotI buy E x TR? ()In Lhis line you can Ii Wool and OInE i otton, coml( Shoot the produlC to 11 KEOWEE IF54 M 3 C:40 I land Si I. w ill sell, at ftOr all cash , O01' the lands (neede shape, has g-o0Od and (ea(-sily acces 9() 1 -2 acr'es, enV ill', IhOllse 1lOW dv Lill.Tis I iak S leO w'~lf~ i nlg i)1 O I iitc- I ey body nwas to rmes pai havei l1(th e' day. fruitsbO jlieso t. , i u s 9 ma iil botjiix heit 1'aiC(up you Ipastr Crs utsw,1ads...

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. — 7 September 1911

PiL,.KNS SENTINEL-J( Eltered April 23. 1903 at Plekenm, M. (7. a mecod Class mail "msatterb uider act ofConstrems of Marci 331879 41st Year PICKENS. S.C., SEPTE MBEIR 7 1911. Number 15 Some Railroad Dope. That the South Atlantic Transcontinental Railway, the great proposed line which is to connect the Tennessee coal fields with the Atlantic seabord at Southport, N. C., and upon which work has already begun 4 near the North Carolina-Ten nessee state line, has entered into negotiations looking toward the purchase of the Greenville Knoxville Railway and the Knoxville. Sevierville & East ern railway, with the view of ,tting into possession of a route from the west to either the South Carolina or the Geor gia coast, via the city of Green ville, is the startling rumor which gained currency yester day among a possible half-dozen business men of this city. The rumor was taken up by a repre senative of The News and traced to a certain source, and there the rumor was confirmed. The source...

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. — 7 September 1911

SENTINEL-JOURNAL PUBLISHED WE EKLY. PICKENS, SOUTH CAROT,\AA The outing bad its inning. The empty purse needs no vacation. Vacations are now the regular order of business Unhappy the man who has no rear porch to sleep on. One way to keep time from flying is to watch the clock. Aviators are not considered good in surable propositions. It a girl has pretty teeth she can appreciate a good joke. One way to tell a woman's age is to read it on her tombstone. Don't be stingy. Set a basin of wa ter out in the yard for (he birds. The man who left $3,000 to a parrot didn't -lesorvo to have so much money. According to milliners, hats will be lower uoxt season, but not cheapor we are sure. Think of the sutffering that would ensue It the electric fan crop should be a failure. [lot weather advice-Do not slap your neighbor on the back. lto may be sunhurned. A comfortable bank account is a mighty handy thing to havo when summer comes. Frogs will never become household pets even If they do consume g...

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. — 7 September 1911

NTil_ M LI11T )I JAP WAR HERO IN AMERICA Admiral Togo, the Japanese war hero who came to this country as the nation's guest, is described by a Jap anese official as one of the simplest and gentlest of men. "You would hardly imagine, to see the small, slender figure, that you were in the presence of the greatest master of naval strategy that our navy has pro. duced, or that the world has seen in modern times." Marshal Oyama, GenerM Kuriki, Ad. miral Kamimura, Admiral Yamomoto and Admiral Togo were all born in the city of Kakoshima. Togo had just giown to youth's es tate and was fighting with a broad sword when a messenger came from the mikado ordering him to become a naval officer. lie packed his few be longings and Journeyed to England. When the Chinese-Japanese war was threatening Togo was captain of a cruiser. HG halted an English shiD with 1,000 Chinese soldiers aboard, and when surrender was refused, sunk it. This act stprted the war. When the war with Russia broke out he was co...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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