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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 3 October 1907

FROM OUR COF Liberty. Misses Calla Chapman and Pearl Smith returned to Chicora College last week. Miss Ada Goudelock is clerking for J. F. Bannister. Miss Fannie Harbio, of Seneca, has charge of the millinery store of Mrs. Rosa Callaway. Clayton Smith has moved to town to school his children. C. E. Bush's new residence is nearina P~nn 'F1 completed )een very . improv Fannie and Amber, the two young children of W. J. Bogge, who have been sick with scarlet fever, are much better. Oh, these busy work.daysl how re - leived the housewife feels when the last glass of jelly has been made and the last jar of fruit, and vegetabes canned. I had a niece visiting me last week and after watching me can tomatoes, she said, Auntie, why will housekeepers worry to put up vege tables and things to be eaten through the winter? I reminded her of the busy bee. I detest pie making too, and try to make my family think that "pizan' things" are not good for them but I make them sometimes, because, 1 love my...

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. — 3 October 1907

The Watcher on the Tower. The stranger journeying on the South African veldt will "ee almos)t alywhere it litle sentinel onI i tnli towel', evident(Iily watehing with4 g'rv.t cuil'losity every movei t of te aS:S (irby. T alit little Sveintllt- is th lit' r kt. Whetither this lile1' aiI wa lives nlear the nilit b111 br:Iit wn*:II.- to uist. It ns at spylig ower Is 1nlknowil. lail the ierkat .i never (nrl I',o re Theli miejrkat Is ensily 1r::Inled, butI Is :a oori'vee of grenat I 1! bl Its 1niai:jy pjosse-Sor. N41 anlinntil inl the worbi4 f'or I !t Z( c lt l (" t. Illw a ill r.' :, 1 I en1 :uly ot1lhr living hlig id so uch in one's way. If b. a very 14u1gh11 itlk customerpl jndu bs ver Y cuite. Oftenl n <lo0 oivertake:: and4 gives it waIut he f.ito le:s is ti 4.111 1 do g-1l4race, but as s410:1 as tle 411'g 41e':1uts the little wvatcler goes 1l I his way as if nothing To 11CI thers f in 1i Tt(von, 'lil who are delicnte, feverish I :111d ro will get immeIII'inte relief fronil Mlothe...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 3 October 1907

CLOT years we specialty and we c that we carry the up-to-date line in are buying the lar history of our busii largest stock of C this town. If we we have The ir line of samples measure for a suit ing a fi' and sati made by The Int every judge of g< be the best tailori Besides being sev the suit they are f make in style, fit FOLe C lothing, Shoes, Chase City buggies, I and Zeigler Shoes. 1 Call For Butterick Pickeins Sentinel-Jornal Personal1 Green ville last week, Master A, J. Boggs, who has been quire ill with fever, is wvell enough to be out of his room. D. B. Cooper is now opening up a stock of groceries in the building formerly occupied by him.' Troup Partridge is off duty this week, nursing a large, well-developed 4.boil on bilhand. The singing at the home of Mrs. J. F. Cauley, Sunday evening, was greatly eujoyed by those present. Gee. Welborn, son of M. .J WeL. born, is taking a high stand in his class at Furman. His sister, Ellen, Sk is attending the G. F. C. The Southern ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 3 October 1907

October 1 4&5. 1900. On the fourth of October, 1907, we wil we wcrc lucky to pitch our tents with you, Mill We are going tq. show to you such a stock - charge of the Millinery department of our I newest and best of all, for your trade. VE I stale and inferior goods elsewhere. We likt ber 4th and 5th, for on these (lays we are go ted "Copyright" Flour, manufactured in Indi enough for anyone. ALL are invited, Pile: M IL N What do you want4 w From Ready=to=wear to F A full line of the new( Ready-t.o-wi'ear.i 11ats-Very, very hands have you wear them that the price is cut in Many styles and shapes never before show lish. All very reas We will give you ideas, and help you ca seen all the novelties. She places her service. We have only the best of n but be please Now while we stop for lunch TlI TlI dust Sonejnhl I Now don't get Jea you men, but we want to have a heart-to Ladies. You may listen but don't butt in pleasant and pull out your purse when pay 1 NOW LADIES-Every word that we ...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 17 October 1907

E SENTINE J URNA Eutered April 23, 1903 at Pickens, S. C., as socond olassimatter, under act of Congress of March 8, 1879. VOL. XXXVIL, PICKENS, OUTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 171907 NO2 The Gatherer. The Comings and Goings of People Some you know, some you don't. nY MISS oUSIE H UBBARID Mrs. J. Al. Stowart and children are visiting relatives and friends in Greenville this week. Court Stenographer M. U. Long spent Friday and Saturday in tonin. Mrs Annie Sutherland visited her mother, Mrs. Florrie Griffin, last week. Mrs. I. M. Mauldin and her little daughter, ivy, have returned from a pleasant visit to Mrs. Ross Eston at Central. Mr. and Mrs. Greene McLeskey have gone to Abbeville, where they will spend the winter. Midshipman Cleon Mauldin, of the Kearsage, U. S. N., is visiting his mother, Mrs. Debry Mauldin, and other relatives in Piciens. It 1,asi been some time since Mr. Mauld n visited his ancestral home, and his friends are giving him a cordial welcome. Solicitor Boggs went ...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 17 October 1907

We are and the Shoes fc Al . A Th shod( of M anteed to be solid leather. If ey's worth buy Miles. King Quality and Arnold Sh Superior and Delineator for Chattanoog, TH For several years we have people appreciote a store thit t) Tlo hold our trade, which v our customers, they trade with merchandise in Pickens county : Dry Goods. Our stock of Dry Goods was bought before the last advance and on a lot of our goods we can sell you cheaper than we could buy the same goods to day. We want to show every lady ini the county our line of Dress Goods. We ought to be able to please any one whether you want cheap, medium or high priced goods. Don't fail to see them. Jackets. We have a nice assortment of Jackets and believe we can save you money if you will give us a chance. Overcoats. We havre also put in a line of overcoats and if you arc considering buying one it will certainly pay you to see our goods. Ori-Pie Iommot has ....'here is a ...Now is the t stocked with Winter Goods of - price is mo...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 17 October 1907

TilE SENTINEL=JOURNAL Entered April 23, 1903 at Pickens, 8. 0., as second claselmatter, under act of Congress of Maroh 3, 1879. VOL. XXXVIL. FIC1ESK, SOUTH CAROLINA, illURSDAY, OCTOR3 17 1907 N 2 Wealthy Philant Heal: City is Excited Ove Cures of a Mystei A' Eccentric Start Strange Stories are Told < Distributes Great Qu Clothing and With< Clhica!o, Oct. 14, Special-'he pw pile of this city Pie greatly exe tel over a number of remarkablo cures w'hich hivo been ff-Teted by a we-dthy philanthropist Lby the name of Cooper. 4 His hnaclquarters at The Public Dr!g Store is bewiged witb crowds -of 111en an11d women eager to bo cnred of their ills. Cooper is a quiet, gentlemtanly' persm, with the appearance of a stn dent, rather than a business man He is apparently a'out thirty-o or + two Vears of ago. lie firt came in to public notice by his philantihropic work atmong the poor. The large for tune he pofsses-es has made it posi ble for him to dit tribut many wag on lomds of food and c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 17 October 1907

Pickens Sentinel-JoUrnlll PUBISIIED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING. -BY The Sentinel-Journal Company. TuoMrsoN & RicuY. PRoPs. J. L. O. THOMPSO.N, EDITon. Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rates Reasonable. Entered at Piokens Fostoffice as Second Clas Mail Matter PICKENS, S. C.: TIIURSDAY, OCTOBER 17 1907. Salmaoundi. They will not let Harry Thaw rest. Even though he is accused of a terri ble crime there is no use to tub in the fact that he owns 200 shares of Standard Oil,- [The State. * Who wouldn't be a bandit at $150,. 000 per? That is what Raisuli got as ransom from the British govern ment for Sir Harry Maclean. A poultice of mashed onions and salt is the latest cure for snake bite, The old remedy is good enough for up.-(Lancaster Record. "Cwsar thrice refused a kingly crown, and that ended it." "What are you driving at now?' "Roosevelt has to enter a fresh denial every week." Judge McDonald, of St. Louis, has decided that if a man riding on a street car jumps from it when h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 17 October 1907

~o . 'o :otv to d i h jW w ado ovrokn'tegonsfro to. pis Beverly o eneedad howm ersfuo ar I wace h p elvres stood in the window overlookingthae grounds from the Princess' boudoir. Beverly had just entered and thrown herself upon a divan. "Yes; he's here," shit said shortly. "How long do you, with all your cleverness, expect to hoodwink him Into the lbellef that you are the prin cens?" asked Yetive, amused, but anx tous. "He's a great fool for being hood. winked at all," said Beverly, very xuch at odds with her protege. "In an hour from now he will know the -truth and will be howling like a mad. man for his freedom." "Not so soon as that, Beverly," said Lorry consolingly. "The guards and officers have their Instructions to keep him In the dark as long as possible." "Well, I'm tired and mad and hun gry and everything else that isn't com patible. Let's talk about the war," said -Beverly, the sunshine in her face momentarily eclipsed by the dark cloud of disappointment. Baldos was notifi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 17 October 1907

King Island. King Island, between the coaIsts Tasmania and the Australlia linau land, has always, b~een anlarl wvastke < sand aIlnd other noliirable soll. Somi ya1r 1ago, hiowever't, a vessel .1 Vrecked on tle! island and a nIIutI ')f tile Sallors' Ititresses, stuffel wit the Yellow tlowered Clover, a kInd c grass, were wraslieti ashore. A certiki <iuantity or seed wias containetd amon tile' stuling and il (1110 course thes took root, and In the spice of at fe years covereld the sundy stretches wIt] rich verdtire. Clover aid other legu ni11111os plants have the peculiar calnet fty of fertllizlig a waste soll, owin; prin cipl Ily to the action of bacteria Ihereby entihiig the plan1s to dran nlitroge-'n directlyv from (the at~mosphlere. King ishind, previously a wtiwle stretell Of satia, is 11w onme of the rhbest graz. h. listriels In the Australian conti To 31others iii TI' I'Town, Childnrn wiho are delicite. feverish and cros will get iminmdiate riief friom Mother Gray's Swree...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 17 October 1907

.For- 8 years we spelaalty and weo that we carry th< up-to-date line ir are buying the la history of our busi largest stock of 4 this town. It we we have The- I line of samples measure For a sui ing a fi' and sat made by The In every jodge of g be the best tailor Besides being se, the suit the are inake in style, fit Clothing, Shoes, Chase City buggies, I andC7ting, Shoes, Butterici Happenings of a Local and Personal Nature. hir, and Mrs. S. I. Brooks are both confined to their room with the grip Johno Oistrap) is reported as being seriously ill. Miss Herd is quite ill with fever at the homne of R. F. Herd. Jeff Hiolder baa been quite ill 'for several days with asthma. Friday afternoon the U. D, C. chapter had an important meeting at Sthe residence of Mrs*. T. J. Mauldin. Mrs. Vesta McFall was elected dele gate to the state convention at Cam den, with Mrs. T. J Mauldin as al ternate. Refreshments were served, and -the Daughters had a most pleas. u afternoon. -- Col. W. A. Fallows...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 17 October 1907

VV The mc county byf Friday i We want to say a few w nery, We're mighty proud )artient and we have good have a stock that would show city. There is every kind of trimming- but all good and ni Imj portations. These are the very same worn in New York, Newport (ay and not any of last year', The ready-to-wear articleE rect, but if you wish to carry and still be in the swim, Miss She has the materials and knc don't forget, that our Dress G of the Markets, at skimme, could not go wrong if you from this NEVER BEFORE At. present wev a our 34,250 square fe we rl ore roorm, c ble penny makes the H EAT Clerk's Sale. STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, County of Pickens. 'In Common Pleas Court. in'pursuance of a decretal order made in the following named case and on file itt the Cletic's office, I will sell to the highest bidder during the legal hours t'. sale at Pickens court house, S. C., *..edlesday in Novembcer 1907, the~ foi I. ovrnig described real estate upon the v:e:'L~q hereiniafter mentioned tow...

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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 24 October 1907

TI1E SENTINEL:JOURNAL. Entered April 23, 1903 at Pickens, S. C., as seoond olaseematter, under aot of Congress of March 8, 1879. VOL. XZXVIIS PICE~IR, SOUTH CAROLINA, THURS~DAY, OCTO11 24 1907 ________________NO 22 Te The Gatherer. The Comings and Goings of People Some you know, some you don't. 1 BY M1188 GUSS1B HUDDAR D Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Richey and lt tle daughter, Margaret, have return ed from a pleasant visit to Mrs. Mar garet Morrison in Columbia. Mrs. Swittenbur.: and Misses Ola Richey and - Cogburn spent Satur day in Greenville. Misses Bessie and Gladys Maul. din, of Easley, are the guests of Mrs. A. i. Morris. Miss Ida Hendricks, of Oclenoy, visited friends here Friday. Misses Nellie Urandy, Maka Boggs, JRilleen and Lorena Taylor, oi the (. F. U., spent Saturday and Sunday with friends in Pickens. Miss Florence Bowen has returned from an agreeable visit to relatives in Cateechee. j. H. Morgan. of Greenville, spent Saturday and Sunday here with relatives. Mrs. H. C. Griffin v...

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. — 24 October 1907

PUB.JSHED HVMTI THUBODAY MORNING. --BY-- - The Gontinel-Journal Cqinpany. TvoMPsoN & RICHEY. PRO". J. h. 0. THWMPSON. EDITOR. Subscription 81.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rates Reasonable. Sutered at Pokens FustofMBO a. second Class Mail Matter PICKENS, S. U. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24 1907. Salmauundi. A I ading New York tailor says that many young married women come to him to learn how to pack their husband's clothes. Princess Ludwig Ferdinand, of Bavaria, it is said, recently formed a society to promote the wearing of shorter dresses. The German emperor is extremely fond of the huge white frankfurter sausage, and has a su 'ply of them made fresh every day in his own kitchen. One of the most remarkable rail way bridges in the world is that which connects Venice with the main. land. Built on 223 arches, it is 12,050 feet long. Senator Clark need not have gone abroad to find a "lack of confidence in American securities." Editor-"No, take it away; I don't buy poetry." Poet -"Well, all tbe...

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. — 24 October 1907

TIHE SENTINELJOURNAL Entered April 28, 1908 at Pickens, S. C.. as second classimatter. under act of Congress of March 8, 1879. TOL. ZXXViI, 1ICEKIN, IQUTH CAROLINA, THURIDAY, OCTOBER 241907 , 22 We ha' and We are no' e that the half ha Polite treatmen "r The completest Dru; THE YC TA D. *.'S OW3W %N~, __StevWaif, And ORCA1 PLreishb-uIt. VI LIB~LIB Ca ital - - Pio Ii - - DIl J. N- MuicoAN J. Acounta of Me ch~uautA, Furmeris, ve been H -In Picke evry year we have lear: 'lhis year we have purchased our line plete than ever before. Our buyer made i have purchased not only enough for Pick( Many of our goods have already arriv while and then the fun will begin. We are now showing Jewelry, Hand-1 bles, Books, Japanese China ware, Ladies We will very soon show a tremendoui A tremendous line of dolls will be sbc Also will be shown vases, cups and sa carving sets. military sets, nail brushe paper, collar and cuff boxes. And many, many more, all different i ticles are entirely new to this comm...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 24 October 1907

. "Fhere ---- ____Now is We are stocked with Winte and the price is most reasot Shoes for All. Always 'MILES Ahead! The only line without shoddy shoe. Every pai of Miles shoes are guar anteed to be solid leather. If you want your mon ey's worth buy Miles. King Quality and Arnold Shoes for men, Superior and Delineator fgr women. Chattanooga Turn Plo) MOOR THE ONE For several years we have been running our people appreciote a store that they can buy the b( T'o hold our trade, which we have been able. our customers, they trade with us because they ki merchandise in Pickens county and give to one at Dry Goods. Clothing and E Our stock of Dry Goods was We have not h, bought before the last advance ried clothing but and on a lot of our goods wearabetshw can sell you cheaper than we suiet that wuld could buy the same goods to- ciisat $18, for day. *considered a lead We want to show every lady our price $11.50 in the county our line of Dress An excellent Goods. We ought to be able pants, ch...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 24 October 1907

NE W I Dry Goods, clothing, Shoes, Ha Buggies and Wagons. Alm( For the past month we have been receiving New Pickens. We are not much on "HOT AIR", but we I in 1897 has been phenomenal and we appreciate the fa ces are always right; goods bought right sell themselv< Our Dress Goods Department, as usual, is complete in every detail, largest stock we have ever shown, all the latest styles and patterns in Flannels, Serges, Pannamas, Henriettas, Broad. cloths and silks, Outings, Flannels, Kerseys, Blankets, Rugs and Art Squares at all prices, Largest stock of Ladies' Cloaks and Rain Coats ever brought to Pickens, all colors and styles from $2-50 to $15. The Kenyon Rain Coat for Ladies, $7-52 to $15 Clothing, Clothing! When it comes to clothing we are the whole show procession and all, we have the largest stock, best styles and patterns ever shown at this store, suits for men $3.50 to $25, for youths $2-50 to $15, children from $i to $7. Buy the "Horse Shoe" brand if you would have a f...

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. — 24 October 1907

WE The most county wa by H Friday an We want to say a few words nery, We're mighty proud of < partment and we have good re have a stock that would show up city. There is every kind of sha trimming but all good and mode' Importations. These are the very same ha worn in New York, Newport an day, and not any of last year's ci The ready-to-wear articles ai rect, but if you wish to carry ou and still be in the swim, Miss G She has the materials and knows don't forget, that our Dress Goo of the Markets, at skimmed could not go wrong if you tri from this NEVER BEFORE E( At. present we ar our 34,250 square fee we had more room, st ble penny makes the H EAT Clerk's Sale. STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, County of Pickens. In Common Pleas Court. In pursuance of a decretal order made in the following named case and on file in thle Clerk's office, I will sell to the high~est bidder during the legal hours tor este at Pickens court house, S. C., en satesday in November 1907, the fol lowing described r...

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. — 24 October 1907

HEAR Remarkable Demo Chicago's Strar ist Before Thr P 'nmense Paras Known Man With a f4 Medicine-Refuse Obicago, Ot. 28.-Special.-Ex citement over the marvelous cures of L. T. Cooper continue unabated. One of the largest crowds that has yet called upon the noted philanthro pist visited him yesterday, and a remarkable demonstration of his power was given before the entire audience. Selecting an elderly gen. tleman, whom he noticed carrying an ear trumpet, Cooper motioned for him to come forward. He poured a few drops of a peculiar liquid into the man's ears, then rubbed them softly for a moment. Stepping quick ly backward to a distance of sixty feet he asked in an ordinary tone, "Can you hear me?" A look of surprise and delight spread over the man's face as he :answered, "Yes, I hear you perfectly." The gentleman was Mr. John Auft sing, 87 Boston avenue. Mr. Auft sing stated that he had been deaf for many years. He said "For nearly nineteen years I heard nothing. I had a terrible, ru...

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. — 24 October 1907

There is a L-u ]Dc When is Your Mai Hel Him to Make it The lucky day for one of the Rural ciber 23d 1907, for on that date one of high gi ade, "Piedmont" brand, Top Bti Jfeath-Bruco.-Morrow Co., and now on el We giyo 200 votes for every dollar paid in on subscriptiou to this pfaper, besidos running single coupons inl ech1 i8sue of the paper, which you can lill out for your favorites and get to this oflico any time before that date. These propositions are all under the .one heading and 200 votes are counted toi each proposition, as follows: 200 votes to the rural carrier receiving the most votes. 200 votes to the young lady in your own townshipl recoiving most votOs. 20) votes for person in the county ro ceiving m1ot votes. THE PRIZES ARE: High grade buggy to carrier. A nice present will be presented to -some young lady in c;'ci township. This is something nice and will be .announced later. An unlimited course inl a first-cilass business eollege. Tle tir t published riport of staudin...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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