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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 29 August 1907

t IF S); H Happenings of a Local and Persona) Nature. W. A. Thomas, who has been quite sick for some time, is now able to be at his place of business. One of Congressman Legare's fine pair of driving animals died Friday night from colic. Mr. C. V. Fowles, commonly known in those "diggias" as "Uncle Zeke," who has been for several. moth sling ing the paint brush at Calhoun, has succumbed, at last, and is now dodg. ing work. He hiked into Pickens Tuesday morning and the first place he made after putting up his horse was the Sentinel..Tournal office, where he immediately drew out a "segair, cooked his legs on the editorial table, pushed his hat on the back of his head and proceeded to make himself thoroughly at home. We are glad to see him back. It is a pleasure to enter at any and all times as conveniently arranged1 and tastily kept store as that of the Pickens Drug Co, dealers in drugE and sundries. If there is any pro fession in which it is necessary for r man to thoroughly know his...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 29 August 1907

It Is said to be a rather enurior~4 cir cumnstance that some of the most im portant inventions have been made by lunatics. '"society droped th~eDe. Lacys 'ae rause thyhad a skeleton in elr ,Itoset, I understand?2" "No-because they didn't keep It thaere."-Cleveland Ledr Have a care of whom you talk, to whom and of what and where.-Hor .ace. "Everybody Should Know" nays 0. 0. Hays, a prominent business~ man of Bluf,~ of., that Buckclen's Arni ea is the quickest and surest healing naive ever applied to a sore, burr. or wound or to a case of Piles. I've used it and know what I'm talking abont," I Guaranteed by the Piokens Drug Co, Druggists. 250c. For an Impaired Appette. To imn rove the appetite and strength enl the dIestion try a few doses of Chain berlaiu's Stomach and Liver Tablets. Mr. J H. Seitz, of Detroit, Mioh., says: * ~'They restored my appetite when im paired, relieved me of a bloated feeling and caused a pleaant and santisfacetory movement of the bowela." Samples free. Picke...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 29 August 1907

4dditional Locals. A. J. Boggs, who has been siend g a week at Calhoun, lookiug after la interests at that point, returned t Pickens, Tuesday. J. A Knox, of Easley, attended the Imeeting of the stockholders of the Voight, 2 miles north of Easley.-tf FOR SALE.-A tine farm three miles south of Pickens containing 70 acres. The Jason Gillespie Home in West Eid. ures. See J. McD. Bruce, hich was greatly enjoyed were present was that aturday by Mrs. Browning, r Fairview church. Those who attended speak in the highest terms of the pleasure afforded. - A reunion of the children and grand-cbildren of Mrs. E. J,Robin son was held at the residence of B. H. WilianiF, at Cedar Rock, Saturday. A large crowd was present and an enjoyable day was spent. The Westminster correspondent to the Keowee Courier: Mrs. M. P. Singleton returned yesterday from a visit to Pickens.--Miss Carrie hiu tins, of Liberty, visited the fnm ily of . H. Moore last Friday. F. A. Lewis informs us that "The Hub" is in line f...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 29 August 1907

Beverly o I6 eaG u star smiled( bhtek seculrely. "Your m0essa1ge uforin1, her high ness of your presien-e in St. Peters bitrg had no sooner arrived thaln shte set forth to meet you inl that city, much against the advice of her coun selors. I will admit that she had other business there, but it Couh have wait ed. You see, Miss (alh1ottm, it was a great risk at this partieular time. Mis fortune means disaster now. But Providence -as her friend. She ar rived safely i Ganlook not an hour since." "Really? Oh, Baron Dangloss, where Is she?" excitedly cried the American girl.. "For the night she is stopping with the Countess Rallowitz. A force of men, but not those whom you met at the gates, has just been dispatehed at her commiand to seareh for you in the lower pass. You took the most danger ous road, Miss Calhoun, and I am amazed that you came through in safety." "The Russians chose the lower pass. I know not why. Of course, I was quite ignorant. However; we met nel tier brigands nor sol...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 5 September 1907

Till>SE.NTINEL=JOURNAL Euitored April 23, 1903 at Pickens, 8. C., as aecoud class matter, under act of Congress of March 8, 1879. VOL. XXXVIL PICEES, SOUTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY, SMTEBER S. 1907 NO, 15 Il Society's Whirl. Miss Marie Mitchell has returne to Greenville, after a pleasaut visit t her friend, Mrs. Emma Gilreath. Miss Rachel Dickinson, who ha been gladdening the hearts of he many friends in Pickens, returned I her home in Charleston, Frida While in Pickens, Miss D. was thl guest of Mrs. J. J. Lewis. Miss Sarah Grogan has returne< to her home in Washington City after a most delightful visit to bel friend, Mrs. J. McD, Bruce. D. B, Finney and family have re turned home, after an enjoyable visi to relatives in Anderson. Mrs. Ben Hagood entertained tb children at her elegant summer hous Friday evening. Refreshments wer served, and Efter playing numeron childish games, the tots went to thei homes bappier for having spent suel a pleasant even ing. Mrs. M. A. Hollingsworth, M...

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. — 5 September 1907

Pi'kenSenie1-Jollru11 PUBISURD EVERY THURSDAY MORNINO. -BY Tho Sentinel-Journal Company. THOMPsoN & RIcHEY. PnoPs. JL. 0. . HOMPSON, EDITOR. Subscription 81.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rates Reasonable. Entered at Pickens Fostof1ce an Second Class Mail Matter PICKENS, S. C.: THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1907. Salmaqundi. Commerce has set the mark of self ishness, The signet of its all-enslaving power, Upon a shining ore, and called it gold; Before whose image bow the vulgar great, The vainly rich, the miserable proud, The mob of peasants. nobles, priests and kings, And with blind feelings reverence the power That grinds them to the dust of misery: Cut in the temple of their hireling hearts Gold is a living god and rules in scorn All earthly things but virtue. - [Shelley. Lord Alverstone has the distinction of having made the longest speech of any living man. This was whbn he appeared as counsel for his country before the Venezuelan arbitration commission, and his address occupied sixtee...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 5 September 1907

.SE I E S. 44 VLjuteredUApril 23, 1903 at Pickens, 13. C., as 8 nd class matter, under act of Congress of Maro ____ PCE~ISOUTH CAROLINA, THlURSDAY, SIPEMKEl S. M Will cure any case o beyond the reach of me Pickens Drug C Farmers' Un0ioni Ill'(ll Of Ill f1*111#410 1 -Conducted by the South Caroliria Farmier' dit ntit il and Co-Operative Unloii. ....................... ...................................... Co U 0I atleatio s i'teided for thi depi l c ment should be addressed to J. C. StrIIIg, endletot,. South Carolina. I - p Notice is hereby given that every local union after the expiration of 30 fv days-or before the first of OctolberJ ti 1907 vill be required to assemble In and vote on the new amendment to C the South Carolina Constitution inak ing the dues double what they are Si now. This increase in dues will put al new life into the union and forward P the work of organizing the State. b This increase of dues may cause it eome few lukewarm membern to drop P out of the union wbi...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 5 September 1907

Pickes Sentinel-Jourml PUBMAHED EVERY TIUISDAY MORNING. -BY The Sentinel-Journal Company, TvomPsoN & RIoHEY. PRoPs. J. L. 0. THOMPSON, EDITon. Subscription 81.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rates Reasonable. Entered at Plokens Fuitof1ce an second Olass Mail Matter PICKENS, S. C.: THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1907. The loudert howl about high taxes is usually from those who pay the least. Their taxes. beside the poll tax, is about what a package of Old Glory cheroots would cost. We have watched our farmer friends and we know that lots of them have bought in recent times lute of labor-saving implements, at a right smart outlay. Now that they are not in use any more this season, they should be oiled, cleaned, repaired and housed, so as to be ready for use next year. If this is done they will be worth from 25 to 50 per cent. more next spring than if left out to take all of the winter's weather and will not have to be replaced with new tools. We are glad to know that the farmers of this courty ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 5 September 1907

S t t (11 JiapIuelun1gs or a Local and .Personal Nature. Mrs. Flora Lathem ha8 been re elected as one of the teachers in the Central graded school in Green s ille. Mr. Sullivan of Columbia, came up this week and oasited his son in-law, fl. B. Cooper, to take stock for Ashmore & Nim mons. Otis Keith, after a sojourn of a week in Atlanta decided that life was too strenuous in that eity and ret urn ed to Pickens singing, "There is no place like home. While attending the meeting at Cross Roads last Thursday Miss Ma. ry A. Taylor, Baptist Home Mission ary of Greenville, had the misfortune of having her ankle dislocated. T1he injury though not serious was pain ful. WV. E. Free-nan & Co. have built up a good trade semce they have opened up, and are buying largely for their fall and winter customers whom they expect to trade long, lots and often. They make a specialty of their grocery department and have it well stocked and are selling at very reasonable prices. Messrs. Folger, Thor...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 5 September 1907

Not to Be Beaten. -The station at. a certain city," says a traveler, "Is surrounded in all (I-1 -rictions -with a lot of saloons and cheap restaurants. In great lilumi ,ated letters %o,%er one of these saloons -wsm the sign: "-Open all idight.' -Next to it was a restaurant bearing with equal prominence the legend, 'We m'ever close.' "Third in order was a Chinese laun ,dry in a little tumbledown hovel, and -upon the front of this building was the sign in great scra.Wlag letters, 'Me 'mrakee too.'" "Everybody Shold Know" ..s~ 0. C. Hays, a promninent business mne's of Bluff, Mo., ,th at Bucklen's Arni er dei the quickest~ and surest healing enhve ever applied to a sore, burn or 'wound or to a case of Piles. I've used ist and know what I'm talking about,"I Gueranteed .ly the Piokens Drug Co. Druggists. '2L5c. Conquered St. Peter. . Boston clergyman tells how a wit t~y st'ishmnan stood before the gate of tfne -other world, asking for admission, says TLppincott's Magazine. St. Peter inse...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 5 September 1907

Additiona Locals. Fou QAIE- 12-horse Eagle boiler and 10-horse engine, in good order, at a bargain, if taken at once. C. G. Voight, 2 miles north of Easley.-tf The Jason Gillespie Home in West End. 3 acres. See J. McD. Bruco. Newspaper advertising is A ', There was never a better crop of upland corn in South Carolina within our recollection. It is made. If you wish to make money you must hunt for it. A dollar won't get out a search warrant to find you, If you are in trade be wise and ad vertise. Married, September let at the bome cf the officiating minister, Rev. W. 0. Seaborn, Miss Malissa Braz eale to Mr. John Durham. Both of Pickens county. Mr. Ernest Reid of Dublin, Texas, was happily married to Miss Olive Jones, daughter of Mr. Bennett Jones of Pumpkintown on Sunday the 25th ultimo. Their many friends wish for them a long life of happiness. Good advertising attracta good money. Its magnetic power i i posi tive and is as irresistible as an un usually pretty woman. The wore attra...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 5 September 1907

Beverl GrustdIt gloss :I once. t Oh, detr, I I tre Lur go tfen, I i:vi it.) ollicl se:tl here. "Couldniil't itl seul it wih your ring?' stiggested lteverly. "()I. I have it. enlid for Haroll hingloss 11. 1 -1 e im Ii lHnss5 your sigiat iure. Ire e:l't get I vaay froim 11tha t, yol ser-, :1l 1 at't w1 evv reach eillpli 'ss you can fix u1p a reg-i iir tediet, Seal anld all." cried the re sotircefiul Alit-mricani girl. fIk :tud paper wvere st-n: f'r, a::d th two v:msIpir-ators het il11m1i w1,sdom11 tk the task of preparin a omI r l'r the salvation of Ialos, the fugiliie. Til order rend: To Baron Jasio DuInalos . 'otImIAliin th ivle :uull( .114 lMliitary u -- of rt - stark: Youm :Ir" i-rhr lri''d tiht lialdos, tho m:.n who en(terd theo city wit MIL: Cilhou~n, is n11t t1 h.- r g:l ias a pris oler no0w O r 01 -r, t 1 r. k4 1i) i be gvIr calnible neIle:d :i al srmt l :tttentIon unltil r'ully retcovero ld wilken hio Is to 1:e Silloweli to go his w. inI pf-ater imtques tioneud. Also IO is it...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 12 September 1907

'THE SENTINEL JOURNAL Entered.April 23, 1903 at Pickens, 8. 0., as second class matter, under act of Congress of March 8, 1879. VOL. XXXVUI PICHS1_SOUTH CAROLJNA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMDER 12, 1907 NO, L Will cure any case beyond the reach of r Pickens Drug Farmers' Union Bureau of - Ilfo'111 at0on. -Contiducted by the South Carollin Fitrmers' Ei daicatoiittI and Co-Operative Unio:i. ...................................................... Con 1 till ictiti is IlItcldetIc for this depair niert should be wddressed to J. U. Strilitng, endleton. S outh Carolina. CUT HIM OFF. That bright fool that ii in your Union who sold his own crop of cot ton for future delivery and keeps at it trying to persuade others to do the same ununion act, should be backed up ag.inst the business end of his first cousins, the long-eared ass, where lie will receive the grand bounce out of the UAiou and land into some future society that carries its brains in the opposite end from where good Farmers' Union members car...

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. — 12 September 1907

Pickens Sentinel-Jolirn PUBIMSHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNINo. -BY The Sentinol-Journal Company. TvOMPsoN & RICHEY, PRoPs. J. L. 0. THOMlPSON. EDITon. Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising. Rates Reasonable. Entered at Pickens Fvstoinee an Second OlasE Mail Matter PICKENS, 8. C.: TRURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1907. Hogs-The American Swine. This is a dissertation on the Amer iean hog-swine-not the two.legged kind that kick en the hotel service, take up two seats in the railway train, and go through life grunting, grumbling and kicking against every thing in general and nothing in par ticular. but the four-footed, cloven hoofed, swill-sucking animal that, when killed, is good to eat all the way from the end of his nose to the tip of his tail. This county spends thousands of dollars annually for pork and bacon, and this money goes to the West when it should stay right amongst us. We have naturally a grain and stock climate here in this Alpine re gion, and it. is.sheer foolishness fot the ...

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. — 12 September 1907

_THE SE IEUJOU NA Eutered April 2,3, 1903 at Pickens, S. C., as second clasR matter, under act of Oongress of March 8, 1879. VOL. XXXVIL, _ICENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY, E DTENBER 12, 1907 NO, 1 In Society's Whirl. J. F. Banister, a popular merchant of Liberty, spent Sunday in L'ickens with R. A. Bowen, The friends of Mrs. Switteuburg were glad to welcome hor to Pickei again last Thursday. Mrs. H. A. Richoy ha.3 returno.1 from a delightful visit to her daugli ter, Mrs. Martin, who lives near Easley. R. E Goodwini, wife and attractive little daughter Olga were visiting friends and relatives in Greenville lust week. Mrs. Essie Boggs, of Liberty, vis. ited her friend, Mrs. J. M Gantt, last week. Mrs. Will Bruce and her charming little daughter Catharine visited the family of Rev. W. 11. Singleton last week. Prof. Swittenburg, and wifA, Miss Swittenburg and Miss Ola Richey spent Friday and Saturday at Table Rock. Guy McFall returned 1riday from a pleasant visit to Atlanta. Miss Annie ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 12 September 1907

Pickes Seuiel-JOurll'al PUBLSHJIED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING. --BY The Sentinol-Journal Company. TUOMPsoN & RIcHEY, Pnors. J. L. o. TiiOM PSON, EDITOR. Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rates Reasonable. Entered at Pickens Fjsatoffie as second Olass Mail Matter PICKENS, S. C.: THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1907. Ganderbone's Sept. Forecast. Copyright 1907 by C. H. Rieth. The old school bell is soon to ring, the poets all arise and sing, the froqt will soon displace the dew, and the wind jamb through the beek a.bo<. Untutored youth with tears of brine, returueth sadly to the mine, the new schoolma'am prepares to whack the bad boys where their pants are slack. Ihe football player lets his hair Fall into Autumn unrepair, And the more athletic college cops The students with their largest mope. The moon will be full on the 21st, and the password for the month will be "Soak Standard Oil." Everybody will run a little harder for president Mr. Bryan's smoke will continue to be an inter...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 12 September 1907

Business Locals. Notices of Salo, VItants. Swaps, etc. inserted in this Colurnn at 5 cents per line for each inserttoni, Nothing taken for Iens than 10 cents. Ashmore & Nimmons are paving 221 for eggs, 1o for butter, and the be price for chickens. It wilI pay you t( sell to them at these prices. It will pay you to see Ashmore A Nimmons before you buy your winte shoes. They have some good bargain to offer. lowt 1, oic . i*i i . F. D., No. 4, Pickens, S. c. You have not heard nothing from Ok Moore in a long time, I am in Earle'k old drug store on the corner. I am just baitle-whanging along selling beef and one thing and another. But now wc come to facts: I want to bu your dr hides, green hides, raw hides and a other kinds of hides,also your seed cottor and cotton seeds. I want some sheep, ) want some pork; I can't tell hardly what I do want. The old market. J. D. Moore. When in Easley put up your stock at B. P. Martin's feed and livery sta, ble. He also handles all kinds of teedet...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 12 September 1907

SGra ustai r uat oncie. Ohi de: r, I hav I Lor *C-oliliit't yolt seal it wvith your ring?' 4 stgoed Ih11-veily. "OI. I hIa ve It Mifritronl I hi.iloI-S and ha.ve hlim -vn less your sigrtuitire. Ile can't gol vwny from thi, you sec, : an( til'tr wt h -zo EdIlwNeiss you enan fix ip ti reg. _.' edlit, seal and all." cried the re -i:ewful Amniericln girl. Tnk. -ind paper were sent 'or. and tht r.wo.4 conlsiraitors lent their wvisflom it P 1nslc of preimriglt .tn order for dlh' *:'.)t'tloi of Bahlos, the fugitive. Th u-dr read: !7., ID3aron Jasto Danglosas. Commnandir: .,are (Ivfc antd Military Pollee, of Grall -ark: 'T1 ar- hevreby lin foriet thiat Itildov .'-. - %%n who e.nter'd the city wvitl Miin .::,sn, Is it It-) bi -egat..d ;s it pra'h : ,'r no 710W or lir'' o us'r. Ie i, to be i give axT-m le i ned11:t :I ni stirgliI at tation .::Iei fully recovi'red, whien lie .is to I'c I'Atowed to go Is waty Ill 11tee limitle A l he i. to be providled with stiitahl, u'axnrins ipparel iad niadc...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 12 September 1907

CLOil For 8 years w< specialty and we that we carry th up-to-date line ii are buying the lIE history of our bus largest stock of this town. It w( we have The I line of samples measure 1or a sui ing a fi: and sat made by The In every judge of p be the best tailor Besides being se tLe suit they are make in style, fit FOLe3 Clothing, Shoes, Chase City buggies, ] and Zeigler Shoes. leyi Happenings of a Local and Personal Nature. Born, unto Mr. and Mrs. Bu(Ier Roper, on the 10th, a son. Ithbamer Kay, who vas been sickI with tever for several days, seems to be improving. There will be an all-day singing at Mt. Carmel Baptist church the fourth Sunday in this month. A U lovers arnd professors of music are invited to attend. W. E. Edens Jr' has bought the old T.Lable Rock hotel property, and will erect a new up-to date hotel and be ready for next summer's business. The niew hotel will be erected on the spot where the old one now stands. Msyor E. P. Mc~ravy, of Easley, was in Pickens, Tues...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 12 September 1907

Not to Be Beaten. "The station at a certain city," any a traveler, "is surrounded in all di reeNtlons with a lot of saloons an 0heap restaurants. In great Ilium nated letters over one of these saloon was the sign: "'Open all -ight.' "Next to it was a restaurant hearin with equal prominence the legend, 'W never close.' "Third in order was a Chinese laur dry in a .little tumbledown hovel, an upon the front of this building wa the sign in great scrawling letters, 'M .wakee too.' " "Everybody Should Know" 83a&cG.. C. Hays, a prominent busines artL.ri Bluff, Mo., that Bucklen's Arni ena s mIe quickest and surest healhn1 sasim applied to a sore, burn o wount or to a case of Piles. I've use< aand &oow what P'm talking about, Gusoteed by the Pickena Drug Cc Jsqggpsts. 25c. Conquered St. Peter. .A Doston clergyman tells how a wil Nj' fin'isbman stood before the gate o de other world, asking for admissior says Llpplncott's Magazine. St. Pete vwinsed him, however, telling him bh was...

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