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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 7 September 1911

Pickens Sentinel-Journel Subscription Price One Dollar. a Year In Advance. Mail Matter P'IOKENS. S. ('.0 THURSDAY, ST. ', 19l1 Railroad Talk. The railroad rumors we have been speaking about are taking shape, as will be seen from an article in this issue from the Greenville News. 'We were in hopes our people '1would see the advantages to be derived from this line crossing on this side the mountains and would pull for it to come over and go by this place and on to Anderson. Of course, if they do link up with Oliver and the G. & K., there will be no use to try to swing a branch line this wvay. We wvere hopeful that some thing would be done so that the uipper sectioni cold be benlefit-I ed1. anid at the salw time hel) Picklens. It no looks as :f the Ooleniov vallev will get an out let anIid Pickeis not b hel bv pl. Philosphe'r and poet are alike in the' v\(nitit that flte safetty aind i lrit'llnitl y (f any1\ ' ination1 lies inl th ' hiomues of its people. T h g'irl with a sweet lit...

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. — 7 September 1911

POkin Sent i01-Jouia] LOCAL BIIBITIES Some Thing Yo'u Know and Some You Don't Know About Our Tons, Couty & People -Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Tanne of Atlanta, are visiting relative in Pickens. For Sale-Good 2-horse wag on. Apply to Jodie T. Chasta near Pickens Mill. -Frank Kirksey is building nice cottage on his farm on th Easley road near Pickens. -Misses Lillie and Effie Gil strap, of Pickens R. 1, are visit ing their sister, Mrs. Brown ii Atlanta. -Miss Emma Finney returr ed Saturday morning from month's sojourn with relativ( and friends in Athi-ta, loolcin as if she thoroughly enjoyed he outing. ThI man who gets mad z -what the newspaper says abot him should return thanks thr< times a day for what the new: papers knew abolt himl anl suppressed. --A ny business is more r< spectable than what is tern( loafing. A young man had be ter sell c(ls by the pailful thy halug aroumi pulblic resort nluriilering ttine a1l lis t\\ reputation. -- uctts wo-(rk ani i nii everyv le.itilatte en...

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. — 7 September 1911

FPAP . R aMY ,ow'A JO/Y /Y/. Cr T is difficult ior those who are concerned more with enjoying the luxuries and pleasures of life than they are in securing its necessities to understand the feelings of those to whom hunger is not an unusual experience. And, yet, we are told that one-tenth of the American peo pie do not get enough to eat; that four-fifths of our wage earners do not earn in excess of $500 a year. Living on such an Income is like * wise more or less incomprehensiblo to those to whom the expenditure of such a year's earnings in a brief outing in the mountains,, the northern woods or at the seashore is not an unusual experience. The -problem of achievement of ambition and of sucess tnat confront the business or the profes .onal man is radically differeit from that prob. c~4Tli594qv 1/ QRA/A'* Jom of existence that daily demands a solu tion from 75,000,000 of people in the United States alone. This prob leni is, of course, most acute in those centers of population and Indu...

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. — 7 September 1911

HOT WEATHER GARDEN WORK Pull1g Up Woods Whenever Found Wilt Save Considerable Labor Next Year-Care for Lilacs. (By EDEN E. REXFORD.) Weed, and weed and weed again. In brief, pull up every weed as soon as you see it. All the work of this kind done this season wi~l, save a great deal of labor next year, for every plant allowed to go to seed will most likely be perpetuated by a thousand seedlings. Make a practice of going over the garden beds and clipping away seed vessels. The plants will at once set about making good their loss and as flowers are the first step toward the formation of seed; they will soon pro duce a new crop of blossoms. In this way make almost constant bloomers of .kinds that won't bloom but once during the season if al lowed to follow out their own in clinations. Keep the ground about the lilac bushes mowed or hoed closely. If this is done the suckers about this plant of which so much complaint is made, will cause no more trouble than ordinary weeds. It is when the...

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. — 7 September 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 bov legged or knock kneed come right along we can fit you. HEAVY WORK SIOES 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 yotu 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 coi fort you are looking for. Old ladies' comfort with cloth tops and flannel lining, this shoe makes life's walk easy, price $1-50. Clot...

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. — 14 September 1911

PILKENS SENTINEL JOURN Eitered Apral 23. 1903 at Pickens, s. c. a econtd clas. naall Matter, under act of Congress of March 8, 189ry 41st 'Year PICKENS, S. C, SEPT E MBER 14 111. Number 16 FOURTIH ANNUAL PICKENS COUlNTY FAIR! PICKENS S. C. October 3, 4, 5, 1911 The Biggest and Best in its History. THE AMUSEMENTS This Year are the Best to be Had. P ILENTY OF FREE ATTRACTIONS Balloon Asctnsions with P1-Iarachute Jumps. High W ire Walker, who vill do stints on -a tight wvire stretched fiom4 Ihe top of the4 Masonic em'ple to the Big Store. These' and oth er attractions and stunts will be giveni free daily. Ciircuz, M(irry-g4s-rotind, "Nigger Dodger" "Plantation Show" D and alI such things are not free and mulist be paid fbr to see theill Big 2-Ring Circus. Forty People Con-tsistio of highl class Trapese Actid many other new and startling features and acts usually to be seen in a first-cl Iss class circus. Come annd Bring the Folks and Enjoy Three Days of Pleasure 4. 0 uOO R IDINCw - GOO...

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. — 14 September 1911

SENTINEL JOURNAL PUBLISHED W'I( ll. PICKENS, SOUTH CAltOITNA. Is it not time now for the joy r14 era to quit? The reckless autoist and his 1ib erty should be parted. Europe withoit a war scare on Its hands would be unhappy. Why become excited it you do not happen to own any sheep? Possibly you wouldn't like to be the Ice man if you had to carry the Ice. Mark Twain's estate foots up near ly half a million. Evidently he wasn't Joking for nothing. And now the fair ladies have taken Up the practice of wearing false eye lashes. False woman! Indiana farmers break into print by predicting ani early winter. Rush ng th season, as It were. Women are displacing men in all walks of life. One of them has been killed in an aeroplane flight. The eastern woman who died and left ten sets of teeth evidently was well equil)ped to chew the rag. A new ocean liner is to be called the Gigantic, and in this case no doubt there will be something in a name. Now comes a learned scientist and proposes that 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. — 14 September 1911

Ibe Di~ BYLOUI JOS] AUTUOR OP "THEs BRAS 0.[LWU[9MUO? Y W& COPYMWCT OY 1.041/4 /DJW VANC SYNOPSIS. David Amber, starting for a duck-shoot tag visit with his friend, Quain, comes UP n a young lady equestrian who has been oisn ounted by her horso becomin fright nedat the sudden appearance in he road Of a burly Hindu. He declares he *Is Behari Lal Chatterji "the appointed mouthpiece of the Bell," addresses Amber as a man of high rank and pressing a mysterious little bronze box. "The To ken," lito his hand disappears in the wood. The girl calls Amber by name. e in turn addresses her as Miss Sophie arrell, daughter of Col. Farrell of the ritish diplomatio service in India and visiting the Quains. Several nights later the Quain home is burglarized and the bronse box stolen.' Amber and Quain go hunting on an island and become lost and Amber - is left marooned. He wanders about, finally reaches a cabin and roc ognizes as its occupant an old friend amed Rutton, whom he last met in Eng d,...

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. — 14 September 1911

RUien-Jourell ertiqjing R -tos B.auewhle SubscriptionPrice One Dollar a Year In Advance stetten aL Piceen. rustonice au Seccmd ;iloso l4ali Ma:I.er PICKENS, S. U. THURSDAY, SEPT.14, 1911. While nothing has been said concerning the Pickens County Fair, the committee has been hard at work making arrange ments to give the people of the county the best time they have ever had at a public gathering. Plans have been somewhat changed this year, and those in charge are endeavoring to fur nish as many free shows and general all-'round amusement as possible, converting the fair into a sort of general rejoicing and merry-making-a sort of gala week, so to speak. Of course, there will be shows for which a small admission will be charged, and every one should bring a little change along with which to see the wonderful exhilbition of Wild West lassooing and riding of bucking horses and the like which will be on hand. The shows for which adiis sion will be charged will be np to-date, clean and firs...

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. — 14 September 1911

Pickens sotinleJournal I N LOCAL BREVITIES ISome Thing You Know and Some e You Dou'L Know About Our 'ans, County & People -Several new bales of cotton ] have -been sold on the Pickens ] market. -Ben Hill and Maggie Choice (colored) were married on the' 10th of September at Central. -Mrs. T. R. Allen and baby, Majorie, have returned from a pleasant visit to Green ville. -Sheriff Roark has an epi demic of fever at his home, his children and some of the prison ers having it. -Miss Bessie Alexander, of Central, spent last Sunday with Misses Mattie and Annie Chap man, at Eastatoe. -Miss Anna C hapman, of I Eastatoc, has been visiting I Miss Bessie Alexander and Mrs. I Elijah Chapman, at Central. -On account of the sickness 1 of the judge'of this circuit and 1 no other judge being available, there is every probability that there will he no court at Pick ens this term. -Write this down where you'll see it. every day: The time to draw business is wihen you want business, and not when yo...

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. — 14 September 1911

0 widen its sphere of beneficial tivity Is the aim of every well-Ianag branch of our national government, b It is doubtful If any of these have be A m1ore successful in the effort than t United States revenue cutter servie This organization under the treasu department, was long ago nicknamn - ! "Uncle Sal's police of the sea," and il designation has stuck because it Is ma ifestly so appropriate. The title wi 'obviously litting in the old days when the clii duties of the ofilcers and men of the revenue cutt< .AIAzzfY o'ZA ~ YO2ZWG O7F C Q,3 N'o., 1V1 ~~... ......~6 4 z iservice were to apprehend smuliggli rs andI pirates, buit. it. is not the less suItable in illis age when in :addition to the quest for such ene nies of the la1w the revenue cutter organizatio (1 Is obligated to lend aid to every form of life savIng at sea-for fit. is recognized that. the ideal policemanl Is charged not only wvith thle duty of protecting life -and property, but also with responsibility for aid -.in...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 14 September 1911

DYING MAN'S WISH - BARS ETERY WOMAN NONE PEr.MITTED TO ATTEND FUlERAL OR LOOK UP'ON HIS FACE. t ti DECLARED ALL TREACHEROUS u P Wife's Desertion Made Harness Maker e 't.lfelong Enemy to Those of Her e Sex-Tells Friend on Deathbed ' - Why He Cherished Hatred. 0 r Evansville, Ind.-Soured on the fair sex because his wife deserted him in Louisville, Ky., years ago, John Stel ter, aged 67 years, before he died 9 here made the request that no women be permitted to look upon his .face after he had passed away and that they be kept away from his fu neral. "They are mischief makers and as treacherous as a rattlesnake," the old nan said on his deathbed. Out of gratitude for the man who had been his true friend and who as sisted him in his last days, Steller left a good farm in Warrick county, near here, to Joe Haas, a grocer and poli tician. Years ago Steller came here from Louisville and got employment as a harness maker. He toiled steadily at his bench, and seldom lost a day from his work. ...

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. — 14 September 1911

* oes 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 % you want a dress shoe you can't beat this line, no matter ey Vhat your make up is they will fit you, if you have a big foot duti we have the shoe for you, if you have a little foot we can fit you are bow legged or knock kneed come right along o)U. HEAVY WORK SHOES We still hold on to the old time brogan that keens 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 $[-50, these jihoes are all leather and will give you all the service and con ort you are looking for. Old ladies' comfort with cloth tops and flannel lining, this shoe makes life's walk easy, price $1-50. Clothino That Has...

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. — 21 September 1911

-tiAE N it KENS SENT INE -Jo -ser" Aprol 93% 1903 Pickenw, 8, 0, as second cIass mail er. under act of Congress of March 3, 1879 COM ar PICKENS. 8. 0.. SEPTEMBER 21 1911. Num Now" " ENROUS OFFER has estitute School provid and h ithin a Radius of Greenville. may b neck r, destitute school A. A. Odom, the ialist, has consent de Thursday - after h week for charity or school children 0 at date he will give who comes to him t ion and furnish free of charge, in uses, if really requir 'd -aL dhr or of some Christian I vouch for the child, Ild is an object of D nd that the child's a re unable or in ignor sed to have same at . 4 In view of the fact r quite a lot of head arvousness, cross-eyes o -sightedness brought resent young genera f y, some from down iliful neglect, while are unable to afford It. s of refraction or mus balances are neglected r life and the child, quires so much nerve supply the growing a 1 general physical do nt of the body, does oive the relief that can liven with lense...

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. — 21 September 1911

* JOURNAL We have put in WEEKr. ThP-(OUTlI CAoi71. ces run fr0o~ires to change presidents as 'ance changes ministerl#. vy tan, patj aviation doings are going to nt a work - the round shouldered squad\ a successful and decorous avI - you wantmeet be properly called a high ot1 at your Vbeat is below the average, but the', have "of automobile accidents In first .ss. yot Women's hats are to be smaller, thus .ing the hatpins a freer range for action. The girl with six feet veil stream ing from her hat certainly does not own an auto. Many a man boasts that he Is "self -WMade" when he ought to do hin best to keep it a secret. About the only strings on the human kites are the pull of gravity and the rules of the aviation meet. The new way of proposing is this: "I don't like your last name." If the girl agrees to this it is all settled. American men should prevent wom en from entering business life, sayeaa doctor. Just let them try iti A highbrow tells us that there is po etry in a bean. But...

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. — 21 September 1911

ve-S 40C COMBIhE ."AMES AND'COLLAR Nobraska Man Invent@ Device Which May Be Adjusted to Different Sized Necks of Horses. Mr.. Charles Slecker of Waco, 1,14b.. has recently invented a device which provides a uniform combined collar and hames whereby to'disponse with the usual collar and hames, which may be adjusted for different sized necks, and which when in use will I* Combined Hames and Collar. * prevent soreness and chafing, equalize and fairly distribute the draft, and which may be easily placed and re moved, says the- Scientific American. The illustration shows the improve znent in the position it will occupy when in use, and to remove it, it is only necessary to release the free end of a-btrap from a buckle. This free end may be now withdrawn from a loop and a ring, when the improve ment may be moved from the horse's neck. No injurious strain is brought to bear in any part, the draft being equalized. KANSAS HORSE IS KNOWING Animal-Will Open Gate to Pasture by Pulling Out the W...

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. — 21 September 1911

-".I rtifnhr W-ItN Reamonable w a Prico One Dollar a Y ar p1 -" InAdvauce. We .LL di Pickens Pautomo a,810600nd Olas 81 .ED .Mall matter a1 HoU PICKENS, S. C.: t Price Ares TBURSDAY, SEPT. 21, 1911. 01 bea rane-~ GOOD-BYE. W'te avi - For some time there has been . a suc% movement on foot to establish d neet be O] r another newspaper in Pickens, i ti ieat' and a stock company was organ or ized, which elected as directors J. Me. Bruce, . H. Craig, C. a E. Robinson, R. E. Bruce and s M. C. Smith; they, in turn, elected M. C. Smith as secre tary and C. E. Robinson as president, treasurer, editor and t manager. Later, many people believing C there was not roomi for twvo pa-e pers, advocated the buying of C the Sentinel-Journal by the now company. This deal has been finally consumnmated, and with this issue we turn over the plant, goodwill and subscription list to them, and bespeak for them, of our patrons, their hearty co-operation and sup port. There be those who begge(d us to stay in t...

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. — 21 September 1911

~ oensBotllol~iinal ALO CAITIES Some Things You Know and Some You Don't Know About Our Tons, County & People -Standard gasolene 18c ver Allon. R. E. Goodwin. FRESH BREAD, always on and at Corbin's Restaurant. -For land anywhere In Pick ns county see or write J. R ishmore, "The Land Man." -FOR SALE:-13 acre tract -f land, very good house and iarn, near Easley mill. See H. D. Couch, quick, at Easley Mill, Pasley, S. C. -I :am prepared to do your ..anning now. Will can any lav in' the week except Satur lay. All work guaranteed. A. T. Winchester. -The merchants of Pickens, have agreed to close their stores (luring the fair every day from 11 a. m. to 2 p. m., and parties wanting to purchase goods will have to be governed by this agreement. -A busines is more respect. able than what is termed loaf ing. A young man had bettei sell clams by the pailful thaii hang around public resorts, murdering time and his own reputation. -Soie peonle never hand inl an item of news for publicaton, but...

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. — 21 September 1911

ED the winter of 1882 the .theatrical HOU'T. managers of New York and Brook - ,..., lyn decided that, in order to re. t~e lieve the many cases of distress )free reported throughout the theatrical hearan profession, it was necessary to cre- I 40 ate a permanent fund which would W$ aviat be Immediately available for the .-.the r,. purpose. This fund was to be Ie known as the "Actors' Fund," but a sue as it was to be raised by the eetr be of all classes connected with the business " iblic amusements, it would be devoted, with rat eservation, to any and all persons who have eat i connected with said amusements, In any alpacity whatasderVd'. Benefit performances were given at the prin , ,,cipal theaters In Now York and Brooklyn on a 4certain day for the purpose of creating at founda tion for the fund. The receipts from the sale of tickets and donations for these performances v ere $39,335.80. Amiong the largest donations Ir were: James Gordon Bennett, $10,000; John Ja cob) Astor, $2,500;...

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. — 21 September 1911

FUL KANSAN TELLS HOW PTURED 141-POUND -CAT IN SOLOMON RIVER. S HE IS MOD)EST, TOO pp a Hot Day When They Seek Iter of Ledges, Then He Slips n Them 4nd Gets Fingers In IlIls. A - re ka, Kansas.-Many Kansas fell so low during the dry )f the summer that catching ,,tujhand was one pf the favorite ations In many towns for those al had nothing else to do. Thou P of large fish were caught In way, but the record catch was e by Grant Cunstable, a trapper fisherman, who lives near Ben t ton on the Solomon river. His h wap a catfish that weighed 141 inds, duly sworn to and acknowl t)ed. When the fish was brought tl Bennington by Cunstable to be ghed, some of the younger ele nt in the town began to brag about & catch, saying that it was the big t sh ever caught in Kansas, but %stable silenced them. * C'Why," he said, "you kids ain't S&er seen no fish. Lou Geisert ht a catfish here in '73 that hed 211 pounds. He was the sfrr of all the catfish in the Solo an' he jest naturally looked lik...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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