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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 1 December 1906

THE SEuIR Entered April 23, 1903 at Pickens, B. 0., as second clas matter, under act of CongresR of March 8, 1879. VOL. XXXVI PICKINS, SOUTH CAROLINA, SATURDAY, DECIEI1BIER 1, 1906. NO.2 yd Cures Coughs, Colds, and Lung Troubles. Pr Pickens Drug 4 Farmers' Union * ~~~~ill1OIfl,OI ........ ............................................ -('onc1tiiet1e by the South cirolinn li unlcrmr' 11ucalional anid ,co-O p c t t i v e U l i n .. . me i sho h,1 bi ni lr e,it to .I. C. Striblitg,| Petidletoi, :outh (;iroliit. Q) 't)ll hon I lt.,i )'1'' 1 1-1 I'M t h i,(I ofj your neighibor has~ lw'n rVb you waI1t to leir his taie :at"lt tho fact, a.s to how it 'd:is ( n u)'. LIt \l(l V'' l Int bow , I'n the co1tton prL'~dilt'qr; ("1 tlt' .' t h a%e bxe(1n :todi a(re ;ti;l 1l eig r,bbed'c ~If their hon1le;-,t l:ti jud 1)'tiai in Itheir' b)uii'(',, nous: t ii (,iu r it . people had r a er take th wo rd i aid the dl(lai:r: fr'Itm the wou )ri than to IU the fets o f the ro ler'y from tle oel's whIt have :e...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 1 December 1906

Pickens Sentinl-Journal PUBLISHED EVEIiY SATURDAY MORNING, -BY The Sentinol-Journaa Company, TuOMPsoN & RIoI1I, PRoPs. J. L. 0. THOMPSON, EDIToR. Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rates Reasonable. Entered at Pickens uestofMce as Second Class Mail Matter PICKENS, S. C. : SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1906. NEWS FROM THRIVING LIBERTY. Social, Personal, Business-All The News. There has been organized in the Baptist church a 13. YI P. U, with about 60 nembors and is progressing finely. We hupo it will be of great benctit to this comunltity aS it wil suppliy ia 111c. Ioeded want. '1 be prolraet( I serv ice in p r e . :, as in:r,ihe('1're.-11ytinnanl h r h t h re uu,t week is being largely"\'atteilec,. i he paslt"lr is benIig ass:i;t,rd by) un- Gv Jir. Gr, r;;, t,i 1" lz,r. Thu si,k of oul. 0.1um11 nity ar10 c"011 valescinllg, we ar'e; glaI to saiy. Alr'. 81millo , thu Iirsi, superittnd eIt of the I,Ilerty C-.'t tou Alit), spent, 1 few days heres rt celttly vistiing his friends. We a...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 1 December 1906

IlE SENTINEL=JOURN . Iutered April 28, 1903 at Pickeue, 8. 0., as secoudt clasm matter,}uuder act of Congrese of March 8. 1879. mMmmVOL. XXXVI PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, SATURDAY, DECEMIBER 1, 1906. N.2 PAY OF SUPERINTENDENTS Vital to 'Welfare of Rural Schools That Salarles of Superintondent Be in. ,creased. Columbia, State. Will you allow a woman, a mem ber of the executive committee of the South Carolina Woman's Asso ciation for the Improvement of Rural Schools, to speak out an Supt. Martin's suggestion that the salary of the county superinten dents be raised. I agree with Mr. Martin's report of 1903, you will find in my report as school visitor these vords: "Is it possible for the salary of the county superinten dent to be ratised? It so, we could get a Mosos to lead us out of the wilderness." A superintendent cannot do what is required of him on $500 a year. Supt. R. T. H-alhunl, a faith fil, wide,awakc man, in Pickens county, said to me: "I could not live at all if it was not for...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 1 December 1906

GEORGE BAF *" 14 ;ijiPiblt; 1901, by lIcriert S. Sto +144..1. W.,Ay++.-V.!.><+>:4444 After ill, wlo was Miss Ouggenslocker -brei- r, baker, gardener or saisage mak I: 'Iravellig of t"onrsn was pl(':a1it' ;t this tinle of the year. ln( .e ti .Ineri.ais 'aw" uii hl that inl ; . thmia altng the way. Their i' renh, especially Anguisl's, was of groat vall Ue to thtm. tOr thc'y fIOUidl oceatsiu: t) use it at. all li nes and l inl all pli'a. 111h ike Gerian faisly w.'il aal toolk "eery l,( Prtlnity to brusl up inl th lt l anauag , LOrriy t'emleinht i ngii; tiat thel, autg gnil) ikers used m11auy" Xpir,'es Btills t i:t show d a 1fI'erelcve for the TI t itui. Thel( blithe AnguishI, <:;:.ti. tl('ldt and i high Iathr, was h:, ai sol l inl tli .' ill Xped tion o l 'oi and tale"d in tessatly of thei recel til.n bNy thet t':raa y ho tess, thlo;r imt prt-si o:. ada t' cit , tihae resuit. li .. miat1 atal Faskt200inll! omrteriall, we ltirktd aay1" w\ith his tralps. It w as his a at't'd ...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 1 December 1906

IXEL IX years ago, the 4th day of October, we opened our doors to the trading public of Pickens county, and this was the beginning of a Revolution in the mercantile business of Pickens county. Year by year our business has increased; this year the increase has been far beyond our expec tations; so great has been the increase that we have been compelled to add to our already enormous floor space to make room for the tremendous stocks of Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Millinery, Hard ware, Stoves, Farm Implements, Groceries, \Vagons, 4 Buggies, Furoiture, &c. h E T1 -B] LEADERS IN LOWPRICES, Unheard Of Bargains. elIn Men's Suits, Coats and Vests. * ave one table of Men's Suits and one table of Coats ts carried from last season that we have miarked dowvn that wvill tempt any man wvho needs a Suit. Every ws that woolen goods are higher than a year sgo, -)u wvill compare the quality of these goods with those his season you can readily see the difference. Some oats are shorter than...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 1 December 1906

BEN TILLMAN TALKS NEGRO UNDER GVARP Bit No One Desired to Disturb .. the Senator. SE4IATOR CONDEMNS ROO$EVELT Willman Says President Acted Illegal ty,and Punished Innocent with the Gullty- Expressed His Usual Views on Question. Chicago, Nov. 28.-bPhe efforts of the negroes of Chicago to prevent UnIted States Senator Beajamin R. r'ilrnan from delivering an address ire '"Puesday in Orchestra hall be cause of t;tro position- he has assumed towar'the negro race was unsuccess dul. When the South Carolina senatof ttrNved early in the afternoon he was told of threats of injunction proceed Jna 'to prevent h.im appearing on the tspeakor',y platfarmll and of a money conideration that had bceii offered if he would cancel his engagement, ut Mr. Tilinat declared it made no klij(Wc(:e to Iil what the colored Copl of C;hiCLgo (id, he wa:s going ro 1i1 his cigagement, and lie kept his Word. l-rtnu the 1ine ho arrived in ('hi K'a,g( Sena.tor Tillman was guardiod by p0l,'(' and private detectives and...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 1 December 1906

Christa We want kvery one in this lo id magnificent line of Christn for them. It will be only a I buying Christmas Presents I hy we are telling you now of r you. It's no easy thing to I good thing to know in advan verything can be had. Oolls, Jewelry, Watches, Toilet Sets, Fancy Coo fumes, and many, r . things too nunel It will be only a few days bef -ill be displayed---will be all of will be so large and so attraci uyers right up to Christmas t arly you get first choice. If y oiget what is left. COMEl Pickens I ickells Sellinlel-Journlal pp3 nings of Local and Persona Nature. -Miss Josie Earle spent a portion last week with relatives in Wiliam )n. -Miss Nannie Hinekle, of Hazel, visiting her sister Mrs. W. H. ingaton. -The Cedar Rock school opened mnday morning with Miss Carrie iy as teacher. -Sunday hours was observed a'. .. post office and telephone exchange Thankegivin 2 day. -Mr. and Mrs. William Harper of atral R F. D. 2. are going soon to derson to spend the winter. --Wolf Cr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 1 December 1906

(Busincss Locals. Notices of Sale, wanti, swals. te, inserted in this Coluimn at 5 cents per linb fqr each hisertlonl. Notlhiur taken for less thant 10 cents. From now until Xmas I will give you a snbsorition to this papir, or $1 cash, foi 60 eggs; for 25e. I will sell you packago of poultry food guaraittod to mako huns lay. 11. A. Riholy. For Sale:--Photograplh . ou 11t fihap. If you are interested soe mer Nov. 29. R., L. Hentder-on, P'ickens, B. (. 1YANTE).->-''o make trado with soe one for 20 cords of Oak and 15 cords of Pine wood. R. E. Goodwin, at Senitinel- IOlournl, Manaiiiger. IReadTour premiumn offer. Rop)'5 Calculator to aill who pay up and pay O0ne year inl advalnce. This paper and Home and FIrm one year for 1.25. ''his paper and the American Agricul turist on year for ?1.50. Advert,iso your wantts in this coltuml. Job w1>rk;, the kind yt'ou vanilt, at. r4ea1 fionable p riot's, ;.t;Seutini1 "Journa11l ", Ainet. Seo us b)"foe phIoting your n':ext ordl'r. 'l.re:i1as: ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 8 December 1906

H E SENTEL-J0UR . 1 ) ered April 28, 1903 at Pickens, S. 0., as second class matter, under act of Congress of March 8, 1879. VOL. XXXVI PICKENS, SOUTh CAROLINA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8,- 1906. NEWS FROM EASLEY. Items From This Thriving Town and Commuunity. Personals and Other Matters. Ealoy. S. U., Dec. 4--This morninE as the Pickens train was making th return.trir to Pickens.Mr. James Dal t<un was struck and fatally injure and died this afternoon at 6 o'clock Hu never regained consciousnes enough to speak. Dr. 0. N. Wyat dressod his wounds and did all co ~~ieve hisgusferuig. Ii lun were t rished and severa I1 were brpkon. 'I'ho accident ocucrrod just w her the Pickons road branches ofT fro n the main line of the Sonthorn. I will ho renmemblored they run paralie for about a half mile. Thu train was in charge of Engineor Joancs and Cap tain Taylor. Engineer Jeans saw the man on the track and could have stop p;ed but thought of course hie wouI( d got off the track when he rang the bol...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 8 December 1906

UA U GRAU GEORGE BAR Copyright, 1001, by Herbert S. Stol CAPTER VII. TILE LADY IN THE CAnRIAGE. HEY slept rather late in the morning, first because they were very much fatigued after their long journey, and scond for the reason that they had been urla ble to woo slumber until long past mid night. Anguish stretched himself la zily in bed when he heard Lorry's voice from the adjoining room. ) "I suppose we are to consult the Po lice in order to get a elev to your charmer,'' he yawied. "Nice 'rin'ids you tick up on railway journey.! i'u be ashatmled." "Well. II:Irry." I'll confess I'1in d.: gusted. This has tnt'r the intbe thinl:: I'v'! t'cer dontil, aitit i1 yout; the w\ rd wt 'l ti out of1 ri-i fir tr oc p sw.I::s..;" . " H1' i.t or l'iV 413 - n e l a s e t he i,i'i ' , 1 re oi,g to e. nd t li've i.ot 'r i1 lrt'1 iIl ti t h,; .r ;t t.1s i I:lit ' th an you . It' t Ant ; Lo hlp'. W\'e'll t find the grlo,kers if wde hav' I hlir nt'i v\s to trAncgi 'bolly fronilL t 'ite tates to thlIr v...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 8 December 1906

__ SENTINE-JOURNAL. Entered April 28, 1903 at Pickens, S. C., as seoond Class matter, under act of Congress of March 8, 1879. VOL XXXVI PICKI;NS, SOUTH CAROLINA, SATURDAY, D< EWNBE R 8, 1906. N.2 VALUE OF FINGERS. What the Various Countries of Eu rope Allow For Their Lous. The different fingers are far fron having the same value in the eyes o the law with reference to their func tional utilization. Much the most im portant is the thumb, for without I prehension would be very imperfect The hand Is no longer pinchers, bu merely a claw, when deprived of th( thumb. It may be estimated that th( thumb represents fully a third of th( total value of the hand. The Frencl courts allow 15 to 35 per cent valui for the right hand and '10 to 15 fo the left. The Austrian schedule give' from 15 per cent for the left to 25 pe cent for the right. In Germnany 24 and 2S per cent andi even its high a: 33.3 per cent has besun awarded. Thi percentage is based on 100 as the tota industrhil value of the ...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 8 December 1906

Pickens Solltill-Jourllal PUBI.-UED EVEtY SATURDAY MORNING. -BY The Sentinel-Journal Company. TIJOMYSON & RIHEY. PnoPs. J. L. o. riOMPSON, ED1ToI. Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rutes Reasonable. Entered at Pickens Fustofflce as Second Class Mail Matter PICKENS, S. C.: SATURDAY, DE(EMBI:R 8, 1900. MINISTELRS IETURNED. The appointments were read put just beforo noon in Columbia, and the (re-mnvillo and Anderson dis trict are' a;+ follows: 1G(ilCENVIILLE )ISTRICT. IC .1E. Taylor, proslflim!; F'hlur. (recunvillt - Iuncomlbe i r-et. S \T. iuncni: l1.nillpt~n aVenu'', A.E. 1; P n , W . lt. I n--G. . Waddil l!. Lattruren -- st chlurch.i .I. i ). C'rout' North Pike.-muel Me. Cart)r. Pickens--. I). Jones. PiedIont-S. T. Blackman. South Greer-A. E. Huggins. Travelers Rost-R. F. Bryant. W. Easley--J. It. Walker. ANDERSON DISTRICT. J. S. Beasley, presiding older. St. James--R. S. Tuesdale. West End--W. E, Wiggins. Orrville-H. W. Cely. Donalds---J. I- Beard. Lowndesville-O. M. Ab...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 8 December 1906

Christn We want every one in this lo d magnificent line of Christtr e( for them. It will be only a buying Christmas Presents I i y we are telling you now of i<- you. It's no easy thing to I A good thing to know in advan 'erything can be had. olls, Jewelry, Watches, Toilet Sets, Fancy Coo fumes, and many, r things too numei It will be only a few clays bef ill be displayed--will be all o) will be so large and so attraci .,yers right up to Christmas 1 lrly you get first choice. If p uget what is left. CO EM Pickens I ickens Sentinel-Journal Local and Persona Nature. -Mrs. R. E. Yonguo is quito sick. -Mrs. A. B. Riggins, of Liberty, t. F. D. No. 3, who has been quite ick for the past two weeks, is im. iroving. -Mrs. Zachery, of Rosman, N. C, s in Piekens, with her daughter, drs. J. R. Ashmore. She will spend he 'inter here. -See ad in this paper of the Liber - Hardware Co. about their Majestle ange demonstration, from Dec. 7th to 22d. Every body cordially vited. -The fish pond, grdb ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 8 December 1906

Business Locals$ Notices of sale, Wants, Swaps, etc. lnsorted in-this Column at 5 cents per line for each insertion. Nothing taken (or less than 10 cents. From now until Xmas I will give you a subsorition to this paper, or $1 cash, for 60 eggs; for 25(. I will sell you a package of poultry food guaranteed to make hens lay. H. A. Richey. WANTED.-To make trade with some one for 20 cords of Oak and 15 cords of Pine wood. R. E. Goodwin, at Sentinel-Journal, Manager. Read our premium offer. Ropp's Calculator to all who pay up and pay one year in advance. This paper and Home and Farn one year for $1.25. This paper and the American Agricul turist on year for $1.50. Advertise your wants in this column. Job work, the kind you want, at rea sonable prices, at Sentinel- Journal olloe. -oe us before placing your next order. Trespass Notices, printed on cloth; for sale at this oflico at 50;oeuts a dozen. If yon want to sell your land in town or country or buy farm or tin ber land or town property...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 8 December 1906

IX years ag< opened ou Pickens co of a Revolution in ti county. Year by y< this year the increas< tations; so great has been compelled to a space to make roon Dry Goods, Clothinl ware, Stoves, Farm Buggies, F urmture, LEADERS Bile Poison ha a very had effect on your y 'tem,. It disorders your stomach and digestive apparatus, taints your blood and causes constipation, with. all its fearful ills. Thed ford's BIack-Oraught is a bland tonic, liver regulator, and blood purifier. It gets rid of the poisons caused by over-supply of bile, and quickly cures bilious headaches, dizziness, loss of appetite, nausea, indiges tion, constipation, malaria, chills and fever, jaundice, nervousness, irritability, mtelancholia, and all sickness due to disordered liver. It is not a cathartic, but a gentle, herbal, liver medicine, which eases without irritating. Price 25c at all Druggists. Sour No appetite, loss of strength, nervous ness, headache, constipation, bad breath, general debility, sour...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 8 December 1906

Brother. 101I1 Opens Friday, D = -S TO R E Thousands of Dollars Wre are to move in to close out our enti.r< miss one of Pickens You have probably visit one that ever off public during this te Dress Toods. Broad Cloth i.oo yard to go diring this sale 82c. 75C broad cloth to go during sale 59c 5oc water-proof to go during this sale for 37C. All SoC dress ood(s to go0 dutrling this sale f or 3-C ;c. h~ 3 25c dress goods to go) for 2 ic. * iAll 1.25 Silk to go for 1.00 A\ll .oSktoofo .. All Soc Silk to gofo .o All (> I 2e and -;e calicwoes to go at 10 ndi ',egighmsto :go :u ing sl: 8're. H leaching. Don't fail tr>get a good supply wvhile 2 the very best bleaching is going dur ig this sale at 8c. 6c and 7c Sheeting to go during sale 5 I-2c. 9C Drills to go at 8c. I ~ Bring ycur oil can mi Will offer great valu Comec and get your s Storec closed Decembh Decembher 24th. CR CR M ecember 14 at 9 o'clock, a i WILL BE CLOSED DE4 worth of GENERAL MERCHANDISE tc our new building after C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 15 December 1906

q. E, i t r K . A rI TV v1 V P rmV1y *~E Eutored April 23, 1)03 at (ielQcena, S. 0., icM neanud i Wss mnthrr, uudc'hr n'-t 1tf Cn;;.rPF of 0larah 3, 1879.* VOL., XXXVI PICKEINS, SOUTH CAROLINA, SATURDAY, DECEIfl3ER 15, '1906.N .i Commits F( De ser Boy Operatoi CASHED BOGUS EXPRESS ORDERS FOR $86.26. MUST ENDORISER OR EXPRESS COM - PANY IEAR I.OSS? Trnvert Thougi to Ilvo (.onio Towardt JtacksonvlHle--Law,Suit Probable. Loaving boliind him a pretty young wife in tears, more or less baggage and several 1ril road and expreSl oflicials who woUl(d give much to lay hlnds upon him again, 23 yenr-old T. S. 'rasvor, a tele graph op'r"at:(r of it in(rant h ,abis, cashed two forg'd exprs lcey ordors here St(lay ve1 ug and disappeared, :tier "' it g a nir'lih of it" in l the red-light Ulil trict, with th( pr( e s, $G.20 rh'. hi ( t 1:1\ ;J' ' . '' so ab):ut :. woekc ago from E'lko, (a., i )t-''I o i?\- a it(l andUl( II aw l'i l v 1 was i- e C(ed bl rd t 1; 019.', AbdnII strreet, w'her.;i un(ieb ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 15 December 1906

Opens Friday, Dec w---STOR E WA Thousands of Dollars wo We are to move in ou to close out our entire s miss one of Pickens Co You have pr.obably vi visi.t one that ever offer public during this teni Dress (Goods. Broad Cloth 1 .00 yard to go during this sale 82c. 11 Orhgihi 75c b)roadl cloth to go during sale 59C Soc water-proof to goduigts sale for 37c. All Soc dress goods to go during this sal for 37c. 25T dress goods to go for 2 wc. a All 1.25 Silk to go for I.oo' All .oo Silk to go for 4c. b Aliss one unf F .icos o vi--Csi olni tha. ee i Al d C .. l arn to go dur 5oc water2 -:rC; C to go drig h isale r ;7c. loc Outing to g at 6c to g -c. Don't fail to g.et a good suply while the very best bleaching is going dur ing this sale at Sc. 6c and 7c Sheeting to gr. during P sale 5 1.2c. t 9e D)rills to go at 8c. tl Bring your' oil can and Will offer great values Come and get your she Store closed December December 24th. CR ember 14 at 9 o'clock, a i ILL BE CLOSED DE rth of GENERAL MERCH...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 15 December 1906

Opens Friday, Dece & STORE WI Thousands of Dollars wort We are to move in our to close out our entire stc miss one of Pickens Coil You h~ave probably vis: visi.t oin e that ever offerec public durin this ten do Dress Goods. Broad Cloth i.oo yard to go during 3( this sale 82c. 75(c broad cloth to go during sale 59 c 5oc water-proof to go during this 2( sale for 37c. All 5oc dress goods to go during this sal(' for 37c. 25c dress goods to go for 21c. a g All I.25 Silk to g~o for r.oo'< All 1.oo Silk to go for 840-. broi All Soc Silk to g~o for 4,oc sAl 6I j n ; dc to jo at Ioc outingu to g~o at 6c to S I-2c. Don't fitogtagdsuppwlywhl tevery best bleaching is going dlur- If ngthis sale at 8c. 6and 7c Sheeting to go during price sale 5 1-2c. >to di 9Drills to go at 8c. the a Bring your' oil can and le Will offer great values in Come and get your share Store closed December 1i Y December 24th. CR A., mber 14 at 9 o'clock LL BE CLOSED 1 of GENERAL MERCHANDI new building after Chr...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 15 December 1906

U-d THE SE INE- J0UR. Entered April 23, 1903 at Pickenm, S. C., as second class mattir, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. VOL. XXXVI PICKENS, SOUTl CAROLINA, SAIURDAY, DECE-BER 15, 1906. NO. 29 Ftries.illifollat1. Buaiu ol' lnni'ou'in ,tioui. -Cowducted by the- - South Carolina Frmers' Educational and Co-Operattive Union. Conuininications intended for this d epi ient should be addressed to J. U. Stribling Pendleton. South Carolina. Direct Inquirer to these Offlcers of Stat and National Farmers' Union Will be Answered With Pleasure. Giving all Information In their Depart Ments. National Farners' Union. President National Farmers Union Atwater, Georgia. Vice President J. E. Montgom ery, Gleeson, Tenn. Secretary-Treasurer t H. Mc Cullough, Beebe, Ark. South Carolina State Farmers' Union 0. P. Goodwin, President, Lau rens, S. C. B. F. Earle, Secretary-Treasure Anderson, S. C. M. A. Mahalley, State Organize Williamston 8. C. Farmers' Union Bureau. J. C. Stribling, Chairman, Per dle...

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