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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 19 September 1907

THE SENTINEL JOuRNA1 Entered April 23, 1903 at Pickens, f. C., as second class matter, under act of Congress of March 8, 1879. VOL. xxxvill PICRENS, SOUTH CARQLINA, THURSiDAY, SEIMBBI 19, 1907 Will cure any case beyond the reach of M Pickens Drug Farimeis' Union Bur'eau of Illfoi'111 ati0ui, ........................ ... -Comli Uetel Iv the South Carol iss Fisrriers''Init nil usI anii Co-Operiative Unforx. ... ............ ...... -................. ................ Coli i t let t l auns iitetided for this depair IeCit should be addsi ssetl to J. C. Striblhig, endleton, S 0uth Carolina. HUSH! LISTEN! THE MINIMUM PRICE OF COTTON. When the wires begin to ring out the minimum prices of cotton let everybody join in a regular swan song to stand for' the minimum price and all will be well for the whole South. Before you offer a resolution thint is likely to revolutionize things to any con ~siderable extent ask yourself if it is right. And then the second thought can it be done? Just so sure...

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. — 19 September 1907

S<Beverly o Graustarl If not )hy3'Sleal su)port to our cause. Give them two months in whieh to get over this tremendous hysteta and they'll tind their senses. Cabriel isn't worth it, you see, and down In their heaurts they know It. They really loved young Dantan, who seems to be a devil of a good fellow. I'll wager my head that iII six weeks they'll ho wish 1ng he were back on the throne again. And just to think of it, Yet ive, dear, you were off there In the very heart of Axphalin risking everything!" he cried, wiping the moisture from i is brow. "It is just eleven days since I left Edelweiss, and I have had a lovely journey," she said, with one of hlr rare smiles. Ile shook his head grave ly, and she resolved in her heart never to give hinm aniother such cause for alarma. "And in the meantinie, Mr. Grenfall Lorry, you are blaming me and hat Ing Ime and all that for being the real cause of your wife's escapade," said Beverly Calhoun plaintively. "I'm awfully sorry. But you must ...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 19 September 1907

CLOlI &lI E For 8 years w< specialty and we that we carry th up-to-date line i are buying the la history of our bus largest stock of this town. It w( we have The I line of samples measure for a sui ing a fi and sat made by The In every judge of g be the best tailor Besides being se the suit they are make in style, fit FOL@ COlothing, Shoes, Chase City buggies, and Zeigler Shoes. C all F or Buttericl Pickens Sentineli-Journal Happenings of a Local and Personal Nature. F. E. Fendley, of Easley, -has moved to Pirokens and has accepted a position in the grocery departmarut at Folger, Thornley & Co.'s. Miss Nora Jones, a charmning young lady 'from Greenveile, 'has charge of the dry goods d epartment of Folger. Thornley & Co. The super intendent of eductiom is preparing thbe school apportion mnent and widel send themi to the trustees as soon as completed. Lost-Bletween Pickens and Eas ley, the bottonm cart of a brass an tomobile lamp. Finder please re turn to H. A. Rtickey'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 19 September 1907

Pickens Sentinel-Jourlal PUBjISUHED EVERAY THURsDAY MORNINO. -BY The Sentinel-Journal Company. TFOMPsoN & RICHEy. PROPs. J. L. 0. 'rHOMsON, EDITOR. Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rites Reasonable. Entered at Pickens Fostomice as Second Cla0s Mail Matter PICKENS, S. C.: THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1907. ' PANBESA'S LETTER. An Account of an Egyptian City Thirty Centuries Ago. Probably the oldest letter in the world 1o the letter of Panbesa, written fifteen centuries before Christ to his friend, Amenemapt, a scribe. The manuscript is of perishable papyrus, and It Is amazing that it should have survived for more than thirty centuries and still be legible. It is preserved in the collection of the British museum. It has been sev eral times translated. It presents an Interesting picture of life in Egypt in the time of Itaimeses II. It is more In the nature of a literary production, at poem composed in celebration of the visit of Pharaoh to the city of I'a Itameses, than an ordin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 19 September 1907

Buiness Locals. Notices of Sale, Wants. Swaps, etc, inserted in this Column it 5 cenits per hne for cach insertion. Nothing taken for less thmn 10 cents. Ashmore & Nimno:s are paving 22J( for eggs, 15c for butter, und the bes price for chiokens. It will pay you t sell to them at these prices. It will pay you to see Ashmore A Nimmons before you buy your winte a . ThY . l( e m good bargain F, .. --- ''r , mi('imal forest I; PiUo('s '1) : ;, 1;30 an aor in) aes ' i .i WoodUtll MotiDuain, 14 arest bralnd1i hotroml, bitiatice in timber pice $10 aore, cash deal. E9. F. KEITH W. F. D., No. 4, Pickens, R. C. You have not heard nothing from Ok Moore in a long time. I am in Earle' old drug store on the corner. I am jus1 battle-whanging along selling beef anc one thing and another. But now we come to facts: I want to buy your dra 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 d...

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. — 19 September 1907

Pickens Sentinel-Journal PUBMSUED EVIRY TH UBSDAY MOnNIN'. --Y The Sentinel-Journal Company. TPOMPSON & RIHEcY. PROPS. J. L. o. Tw)M'sON. Enrroit. Subscription 61.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rates Reasonable. Entered at Piokens 1ustofice as Second Class Mail Matter PICKENS, S. C.: THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1907. Happy School Days. How dear to my heart are the scenes of my childhood As fond recollection presents them to view. The little red schoolhouse on the hill! What fond memories cling around that threshold still! How we strove to master the- three l's "'Readin', 'Ritin' and 'Rithmetic" How we jumped, when the teacher called us by name and gave a word to spell-of course we were soared and missed it. *hen arithmetic kept us in a peck of trouble and the at tempts at writing with teacher stand ing over us witb ruler in hand watch ing our efforts. Our knuckles smart yet, as we grimly meditate on the cracks on our fingers made with the ruler when he taught us to hold the p-m right and...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 19 September 1907

TE SENTINELJOU.RNAL. Enter'd April 23, 1903 at Pickens, S. Q., as second class matter, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. VOL. XXXVll, PICXSES, SOUTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY, SEPTMBEA 19 1907 NO, 17, Ill Society's Whirl. u ut Ial, has ro - to her sis . Belton, an( .* . onalds. Shi .t time amolg the many friends she met on bio visit. September 14 was the birthday o Mrs. M. d. Harris,and her eldest son, T. D. Harris, gave her a dining al the Hiawatha Hotel, at which all of her children and grandchildren were present, spending a happy day to gether. Miss Cora Bowen entertained hei Sunday school class on Monday after nooL with a melon feast, which waf greatly enjoyed by the children. A straw ride Monday evening va, given in honor of some of the visiting YOUng ladies. The moon shont brightly and the merry party spent a most delightful evening. The U 1) C Chapter met at the res idence of Mrs. C. E, Robinson, Fri day afternoon. Delicious refresh ments were served, and after th< meeting ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 19 September 1907

EAAI 4 - *I -A 4 Stewart Ander 4 Cilders, GLOT HIN& GENTS .'. FURNISHINGS. With the utmost care we have selected our Clothes for FALL and WINTER. Style, Workmanship, Fabric, Wearing Points ALL have been considered. BECAUSE WE PEEL THAT H YOU ARE A MAN WHO HAS BEEN SEEKING RELIABILITY. VALUE FOR VALUE. ST EIN-BL Oeh made our clothes since the first of July, therefore we we show you all new goods. PRIDES 111 11 tie Sencj or BBC We invite you to call and see us and we will show you a line of merchandise which will please you. IS ABEI STANDS FOR 53 MA Stont, Anderson & iidw's, Haberdashers. ohes 204 North Main Street, Next to Bank of Commerce. e 5 'k4'

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 26 September 1907

ESENTINE JO Eutered'April 23, 1903 at Pickos, S. 0., as seond class matter, under at of Congress of March 8, 1879. VOL. xxxvi , FIMN1 SOUTH CAROLNA THURSDAY, ITEM4DE 28, 1007 Business Locals. Notices of Sale, Vats. Swaps, etc. Inserted in this~Column at 5 ceits per line for each insertion. Nothing taken for lenss than 10 cents. Ashmore & Nimmons are paving 224 for egg, 10 for butter, and the bes price forchiokens. It will pay you t< soll to them at these prices. It will pty you to see Ashmore S Nimmons before you buy your wintei shoes. They have some good bargaim to offer. Fon SALH--17 acres, origin'l forest, 1j miles north of Picktens, $30 an acre 75 acres West of Woodall Mountain, 1C aorcs branch bottom, balauco in timber price $10 aore, cash dal. E. F. HEITmm 1. F. D,, No. 4, Pickens, S. (. You have not heard nothing from Old Moore in a long time, I am in Earle't old drug storo on the'corner. I am just battle-whanging along selling beef and one thing and another. But now w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 26 September 1907

Pickens Sentinel-Journal PUBIJSIED EVRJY THURSDAY MORNING. -BY The Sontino1-Journal Company. TirOMPsoN & RIcuy. PnoPs. J. n. 0. ''luoMISON. EDITOR. Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rites Reasonable. Entered at Pickens lotoillco as Second Class Mail Matter PICKENS, S. C.: THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1907. That Fox Hunt. Let's keep the record straight. In a recent issue we published a squib to the effect that a fox chase was pulled off in Pickens a few nights before, and a correspondent gave the information to the state pfpers. The State had it as a 'possum chase. The persimmons are not yet ripe and it is most too soon for ?possum and "taters-" The whole thing, in a nut shell, was a "nature fake," and was as follows: Mr. Legare had just got ten in a case of "bourbon," and the boys got wise to this fact and called to pay the congressman a visit, and of course he set out the liquid re freshments. This town being dry they were very thirsty and partook rather liberally of thu pot...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 26 September 1907

TUE SE I EP rtJOUR R Eutered April 23, 1903 ait Pickens, 0- as 80000d olassimatter, udir act of Oohgress of March 3, 1879. VOL. XVI CES, SOUTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY, ESfEBER 26, 1007 NO, I8, In Society's Whirl. Miss Daisy , Chamblin, after a pleasant visit to her friend Miss Ves ta Ashmore, has returned to her home in Woodruff. Charlie Bowen speut Friday in Ureduville. Jesse Looper, of Dacusville, is vis iting the family of his uncle Tiro Looper. Mrs BA Bowen was called to Cen tral last week on account of the ill ness of Mrs. J. N. Morgan. Misses Maka Boggs and Eileen Taylor left last week for Greenville to resume their studies at the G. 'F. C. Miss Clovy Roper was the guest of her sister Mrs. E. H. Craig last week. Miss Hortense Stansell visited her sister Mrs. Bailey Robinson last week. IMisq Josie Boggs, of Easley, spent several days last week with her sister Mrs. J. N. Hallums. Mrs. Larry Thornley and little daughter Emily visited in Greenville last week, Mr. and Mrs. 0. D. Eppe, o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 26 September 1907

GRAND CE October 19000TH A On the fourth of October, 1907, we will have been with you for seven ye we were lucky to pitch our tents with you, and we are going to celebrate the 2...-.. Mllinery and We are going to show to you such a stock as never before was opened to the charge of the Millinery department of our business, has just returned from t newest and best of all, for your trade. WE HAVE THESE GOODS and w stale and inferior goods elsewhere. We like you, and we hope that you all ber 4th and 5th, for on these days we are going to serve the "Matchless" coff ted "Copyright" Flour, manufactured in Indiana, the home of unsurpassed wh enough for anyone. ALL are invited. Please accept this as a special invitat MILLINERY What do you want? * We have it for you. From Ready=to=wear to Picture Hats. A full line of the newest Gage shapes. Ready-to-wear llats-Very, very handsome. But we are so anxious to hav- you wear them that the price is cut in two. Many styles and shapes never before sho...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 26 September 1907

Stewart, Ander,; s.... .- .. . .. . GE W ith tb for FALL Style, ALL hav W H BEEN S] VALUE. made 0m we show PRI We in-) you a lin THIS LABEL STANDS FOR 53 YEAR ~OF KNOWING HOW He . REGISTERED 183 204 North 1 Next to Ban C jWill cure any case of Kidney or Bladder Disease not pr beyond the reach of medicine. No medicine can do more. . 1Vickensi Drug Company, Pickens, Parken's Pharmacy., Liberty. For an Imaitred Appette.ORA ZE 19 . To improve the aippetite and strenigth- g. Cmit V .OD~L on the dijostion try a few~ doses of Ciiam Peiet iePeiet berlain's Stomach and Liver T1ablets. Mr. J H1. S.itz, of Detroit, Michi., says: v rI "Tlhey restored my appEtite when im- r~ u paired, relieved me of a bloaated Leln and caused a plemsant and s':tisf'ctoriy movement of thes bewe's4." SamrplesLIETYS.C free. Pickens Drug (Co. Electioni Notice. pi! - - - - Pi:cns, S. C., Rep. 7t, 1907. ~ oi ~ ~ RCOS ens askng'ur n oectCu o r'* ,OGA W. T. O'DE.:n , Wherefore a ition fereyomre Centr al Deposit - ______...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 26 September 1907

?2Beverly i :: rausta - e e~i- , 1 amm b-!VtIen avoled. Tivrlile and Beverly. wilh IN)11 mar zggt ibe babhy, m11:11h. merry wIile the ':r' ivere Ili conncil. Their iniorinA r-a vpeu t in the slmly p:lrk stIr 12:romng the -astle, vti r afters )ons in r' g, riling anti walkii. Ot'len T;..- Ihe pinc waC( ~s h~tirrI d 1oml] 1- - .siiph-phs~sure by thw exi:-t-n1 -:. C her posIon. Sliv was; ohlitill -:43 P UIi :~ Pan l 'es,~ observe4 cet't iin 'nS T4XA *f stti-, atieli to the crtis -r. c.ate irectly ilider her snitervi umpn eiO e-onfer vith the nobles tn at' .Y-r / (*t lght 1iii iliiportnia"T. ttv * dej'l d I lt' l tIlle th rolle 1'410111 . 1341 .uIh'rgroitiid alssIges. 'i'hy sig ju6mj more to her Mil :ill (ft, rst. She, wwss shown theP r1m)n Inl whit-h1 .or. .':.ad fal led tihe Viein nese who oncet t t to :thdne11t Yotive. The <ugo * %4 . i~llrit'I slt'o llis first 4i.\s of ". i i" Pn0t i tower litll w lit'll Lorr'y /uIn ' otP-l III'id a1 prisolle' mtid thle 111o11 .:rer. a) the (.lom...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 26 September 1907

CLO-1 A GE For 8 years w< specialty and we that we carry th up-to-date line i are buying the h history of our bus largest stock of this town. It w4 we have The I line of samples measure foir a su ing a fi and sal made by The In every judge of be the best tailor Besides being se the suit they are make in style, fit FOL@ Clothing, Shoes, Chase City buggies, ] and Zeigler Shoes. Call For Butteric Aona Nature. Married, Sept. 23, at the residence of A. D. Chastain, Abner Masters to Miss Olla Chiastain; A. L. Edens, N, P., offiziating. Lost, last week, between school house and resiidence, on streets of Pickene, a gold medal given for pro ficiency in music. Name on pin bar. Suitable reward for retern. Miss Ellen Lewis. Married, at Cateechee, on Sunday, 22d inst., Walter Pickens, oldest son of Gordon Pickens, to Miss Lit lie E~llenburg; J. Alonzo Brown, N. P., at the throttle. Tbe bappy young couple have the congratula tuons of many friends, * Craig Bros., the one-price cash merchants, c...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 26 September 1907

Nineteon Hour Days. "Our hours," said a nature student, "are nothing to the ll'd5'. Why, some birds work in the summer nineteen hours a day. Indefatigably tiey clear the crops of insects. Te tirusih gets up at 2:30 every summer min01i1i11g. I1e rolls up ils sleeves and falls' to work at1 once. And he never slops till 9:30 'it night. A ch'an n~ineleenl hours. During that t e ie feeds his vora11 Clous young 20G tlines. Tie blackhird sta'rts work at the samle tine ats the thrush, )u1t he lays oft' earlier. Ills whistle blows at 7:30, and1( during his Seventeen hour day he sets aboult 100 meals lefore his kilies. The tit 111011se is u1) and about by 3 inl the mllorliIg.u a1l his stopping time Is 9 at night. A fast worker, tie titmouse Is said to feed his yoting -117 meals mels of (aterpilhar ma11lily-in the IonIIg, hard, hot diay."'-Ci11illnti En (1ttilrer. To hut IIIrs it 'This 'own, Children wio are 4lelie:Ite, feverish and14 cross will get unlmedlinie4 relief from Mother (try's Swvet...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 3 October 1907

-N Z" " i e ' . _ USERIEL R tored April 23, 1903 at Pickouq, S 9. as 8econd claseimatter, undor act of Congress of Maroh 8, 1879. VL. PICXCXS, SOUTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY, OCTOBE 3 1007 In Society's whirl. A civic society has been organized in Pickens with the following oflicers: President, Mrs. Emma Gilreatb; 1sl vice-p.-sident; Mrs. T. J. Mauldin: 2d vice-president, Mrs. C. E. Robin son; treasurer, Mes. John llog; corresponding secretary, Miss Ilet Boggs. The first work of the -0ci ety was placing a garbage ha rel in front of each store in town. Miss Mary Long, .ht- hi ben visiting her cousin, 1. n. la good, having deve' a ca ty phoid fever, hi-; on)thur, I)r. Long, of Birmiughmtt caen to Pickens on Wedns ia to take her home. An extra trai was run from Pickens to - i Eas.y t/ take her home. Miss Long wAs dkeonpaiied by her brother, a trpihed nurse that he had bought with him and Mrs. Laura Alexander. Monday evening Messrs. Jule and Bcn Parsons, the renowned fiddlors of Pickens, tuned...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 3 October 1907

Are coming in daily. Along a First; We have constantly economical, no matter how che Second: We have exerted stock and allow us to quote yoi Third: We have bought w, looking for in our stock. Our bid for your trade is I Dry Good We have a large line of D skirts waists we can show you goods. All kinds of Domestic Chevoits, Chambrays, Shirting, anything in CLOTH. Ribbons of all shades Anything, and Everyt S Our Summer Sale of Sho< stock shoes. We have put in ways miles ahead." Also "Ki "Delineator" and "Superior" 1 MAO Pickens Sentinel-Journal PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING. BY The Sentinel-Journal Company. TFOMPSON & RicHEY. PROPS. J. L. o. TrlIOMPsON, EDIron. Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rates Reasonable. Entered at, Plckens Fuatofilco as Second Clasa Mail Matter PICKENS, S. C. : THIURSD)AY, OCTOBER :i 1907. Ganderbone's Oct. Forecast. Copyright 1907 by U. II. ieth. Welcome, welcome, sweet October, when the quail shall whistle shrill, when the coal man gets in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 3 October 1907

TiE SENTINEL JOURNAL I Entered'April 28, 1903 at Pickeus, 8. 0., as aecond classpmatter, under act of Congress of March 8, 1879. L VCEV, SOUTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY, OCTOBE 31907 I Business Locals. Notices of Sale, Wanats. Swnps, et., 1 1ierted in th Is . olumn at 5 eits per flie for each insertin, Nothing tak(,n for less than 10cents. FoR SArm---17 acros, original forest, 1 miles north of Pickens, $30 an acre; 1,5 acres west of Woodall Mountain, 1( acres branch bottom, balanco in timber prico $10 atcrO, cashli deal. E. F. Kinr. R. F. D., No. 4, Pickens, S. (. You have not heard nothing from Old Moore in a long time, I cm in Earle's old drug storo on the corner. I am just battle-whanging along solling beef and one thing andl another. But now we come to facts: I want to buy your dry hides, green hides, raw hides and all other kinds of hides,also your seed cotton and cotton seeds. I want some sheep, I want some pork; I can't tell hardly what I do want. The old market. J. A Moore. A few f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 3 October 1907

Beverly o Graustarl tone, but you look as though you had never been Ill. Are you quite recov ered?" "They say I am as good as new," he smilingly answered. "A trifle weak and uncertain in my lower extremities, but a few days of exercise In the moun tains will overcome all that. Is all well with you and Graustark? They will give me no news here, by whose order I do not know." "Turn about Is fair play, sir. It Is a well established fact that you will give them no news. Yes, all is well with Ee and mine. Were you beginning to think that I had deserted you? It has been two weeks, hasn't it?" "Ah, your highness, I realize that you have had much more important things to do than to think of poor Blaldos. I am exceedingly grateful for this sign of interest in my welfare. Your visit is the brightest experience of mg life." "Be seated!" she cried suddenly. "'You ar t(oo ill to stand.'' "Were I dying I should refuse to be seated while your highness stands," said he silply. His shoulders seemed ...

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