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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 21 November 1907

NEWVI 'y ' oods, clothing, Shoes, K Buggies and Wagons. Alm For the past month we have been receiving New Pickens. We are not much on "HOT AIR", but we in 1897 has been phenomenal and we appreciate the ces are always right; goods bought right sell themsel Our Dress Goods Department, as usual, is complete in every detail, largest stock we have ever shown, all the latest styles and patterns ir 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 Rair 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 largesi stock, best styles and patterns ever shown at thic store, suits for men $3.50 to $25, for youths $2.5c to $15, children from $i to $7. Buy the "Horse Shoe" brand if you would have a fit, and remem...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 21 November 1907

CHA TANOOGA Revers- Disc ible7ows Now is the time to prepare your land for another crop, and to make your preparation thorough you should have a Chattanooga Reversible Disc Plow. Plows "A Cumin' and a Coin' It is the only successful Reversible Disc Plow built, it is simple in design, few in palts and easy to operate on the hillsides or level land, in short, to be good any where at any time when plowing can be done. We have just received a car load of these plows and a full list of repairs and we will make prices right. Heath=Bruce=Morrow Co. Leaders in Low Prices. We will accept Clearing House certificate on Columbia banks in pay ment of accounts or for goods bought of us same as cash. We have been Handling Christmas Goods In Pickens For Five Years and every year we have learned sIonwithiig. We have Learned How to Buy. '1his year we have purchased our line fromt two Now York andi two Baltimore concerna andi it is mnore varied and com plete than ever hafore. Our buyer made a sp-!cial...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 21 November 1907

CORNISH DIALECT. Some Quaint Terms That Are Com men Among the Native@. "A hitched my foot in the sconce ti l:n da my nuddick, and A 'W li;t :'r io clunky for a fortnight." r f or ialecet tales will proba 1 ' ' granted that this sen n !1'e t h. It is. however, Cor -1)h noi. bi.lg interpreted, means, "I 41ught o- !ot in the pavement and k lie wto) of my neck, and I was oh.,hi -o swallow for a fortnight." ewr , some quaint terms com r iii i. t-wwall which have a pleas --t 4 of their own. The phrase ')rolonged to two syllables - * um, %r instance, any indication of especial -alection. It is a common form of address to either man or wo man. So also, though with rather more discrimination in its use, Is "my deear life." A young child Is mentioned in terms of endearment as "my 'ansome" or "tender deear" or even "tender worm." "Son" and "sonny" are used without the least relation to the age or sex of the person addressed. A son may some times be heard speaking to his own father as "my son" ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 21 November 1907

CBeverly( SGraustar "I am1 happy to have pleased your highniess," he said steadily. "It may linterest you to know that they cease(d to be ladies in waiting aft er that expostire." "Yes, your highness, it certainly is in teresting," he said as lie fell back into position beside lladdan. During the remainder of the ride lie caught lhimii sr-if time after time gazing reflectively at the back of her proud little head, Possessed of ail almitiost tincoi ntrollable desire to touch the soft brown hair. "You can't fool that excellent young rman much longer, my dear," said the countess, recalling the look in his dark eyes. The saei thought had been af flicting Beverly with its probabilities for twenty-four hours and more. Count Marlanx welcomed his visitors with a graciousness that awoke Won der in the minds of his staff. His marked preference for the American girl did not escape attention. Some of the bolder young oflicers indulged in strrept Itious grimaces, and all looked with more or less...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 28 November 1907

SThE SENTINELJ URNAL Entered April 28, 1903 at Pickeus, 8. 0., ae secood olassiomatter, under act of Congrems of Marob 8, 1879. VOL, XXXVIL rICIT, SOUTH CAROLINA, THUanDAY, NOMBEA 20 107 FROM OUR COR Pickens Route 4 Dreamer. sickness was the cause of y staving away so long. My dear Ather has been very ill for tlree weeks it is mueh better now. Mrs. Hester Rigorlin visited her moth MIrs. Sallic Chapman last week. G. W. and S. 0. Dorr, of Euou, visit I relatives in tliis. part last week. There will be services at' Griffin 'on hianksgiving, beginning it 10 o'clock. DPreamer, I thank you for the synop a of Petrarch and Liura which I find ery interesting to me for I have a little xperienc along that line myse'f. But y looking up we have pictures by the ngels and whisperings of all that's right aind fair. Even when the blue ky is covered Aith leaden clouds, we ay remember 'hat patience and not espair bringo a reward. There never was a trouble that could not be worse; if we can mond it let...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 28 November 1907

Pickens Sentinel-Journal PU1VIrSHED) EVERY THURSDAY MORNINo. -BY Tho Sentinel-Journal Company. TFOmPsoN & RICHEr. PnoPs. J. L. o. THOMPsON, EDITOR. Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rates Reasonable Entered at Pickens Fustoffice as Second Class Mail MAtter PICKENS, S. C.: 1 gJURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28 1907. Salmaaundl. The colored brother is going into "high finance." One was arrorted at Roane, Va., for engaging in an in surance swindle, The man that marries in haste is said to repent at leisure; but the fel- U low that marries in haste seldom lisp v any leistire.-[ rhe State. The police captured a bunch of gamblers in a dry well in Columbia e the other day. That was low down. e wasn't it?- LAnderson Mail. The Columbia State is of the I opinion that Mayor Tom Johnson f must regard all mayors who have nol d had more than one or two terms, tt amateurs. It is another case of the hair of the dog cuiing its bite when the tariff-caused panic is cured by the tariff accumulated surplu...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 28 November 1907

E SENI NEL JOURNA. Entored April 23, 1903 ut Pickens, 3. 0., as second olassimatter, under act of Congress of March 8, 1879. VOL. XXEvil, ?ICEINS, SCUTH CAROLINA, THU93DAYI NOVINili 28 1907 At the End. Wli'sn the sands in the hourglass falter And the end of it all iN nigh; When the signal is made for thbe cur tait And the footlights begin to die: It is good to glance back at the duties We have done in the days gone by. When the grave in the 'grass is yawning And we totter, decrepit. and graq-; When the darkness begins to hover And we near the end of the day, It. is good to looks back at the flowers We have planted along the way. When-the candle has burned to the socket, . And the fl-me in the wind is bent; When' life to the utmost limit 'Of years is nearly spent, It is good to look back at the kind neas Our lives to otbers have lent. When th windows begin to darken And we bid farewell to the bun; When the singingig ii tured to si leince And the en(V of it. all is won, It is good to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 28 November 1907

Pickens Sentinel-Joural pUBjJMBED EVERY THIJUSDAY MOaMN4. -BY The Sentinel-Journal Oompany. TUOMnsoN & RIoirEr. Pnois. J. L. 0. -riii)MI'soN, EDITR. Bubscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rutes Reasonable. Eutered at PMokens Fustofice sa Second Olauls Mail Matter PICEENS, S. C.: UIURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28 1907. Every owner of national bank stock is liable in cape of failure ror double the amount of his boktings. The Klondike output for 1906 was $5,597,942, making a total since the discovery of the gold field up to $112,786,572. The only kind of business that we can think of that doi't need adver tising is that of being good. hat talks for itself. In Russia they have eighty-six general bholida3s in a year, which gives them that rimny chaices to blow up their generals. In 1900, when the census was taken, the Uuited States bad a little more than 3,500 centenarians, or one for every 20,000 inhbditants. To protect ai invention all over the world it is necessary to take out six ty-four ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 28 November 1907

SNE y Goods, clothi B utggies and W For the past month we ha Pickens. We are not much or in 1897 has been phenomenal ces are always right; goods bol Our Dress Goods Dep complete in every detail, la ever shown, all the latest si Flannels, Serges, Pannama cloths 'and silks, Outings Blankets, Rugs and Art Sq Largest stock of Ladie Coats ever brought to Pi( styles from $2.50 to $15. Coat for Ladies, $7.52 to $ Clothing, C When it comes to clothin show procession and all, m stock, best styles and patter store, suits for men $3-50 t< to $5, children from $i to Shoe" brand if you would FOL6 Clothing, Shoes Chase City buggies, and Zeigler Shoes, I Call For Butteric M, 1, -. Local and Personal Aature. Pure New Orleanse avrup 50c thw gallon at D. B Cooper's. R E Yongue and E. M. Farme1 have g-me to Blaiirs, S. 0., to erect i house for Mrs. Wilkes. Sweet Mixed Pickles 25e per qt al D. B. Cooper's. Misses Lillie and Maud Lewvis, twc charming young ladies of the Twelvc Mile section of the cou...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 28 November 1907

CHOA TTA NOOG A Revers- Disc ibl e Pows Now is the time to prepare your land for another crop, and to make your preparation thorough you should have a Chattanooga Reversible Disc Plow. Plows "A Cumin' and a Coin' " It is the only successful Reversible Disc Plow built, it is simple in design, few in paRts and easy to operate on the hillsides or level land, in short, to be good any where at any time when plowing can be done. We have just received a car load of these plows and a full list of repairs and we will make prices right. Heath=Bruce=Morrow Co. Leaders in Low Prices. We will accept Clearing House certificate on Columbia banks in payment of accounts 'or for goods bought of us same as cash. We have been Handling Christmas Goods In Pickens For Five Years and every year we have learned Something. We have Learned How to iy. 'Ihis year 'we have purchased our line from two Now York and two Baltimore concerns and it is more varied and com-. plete than ever b3fore. Our buyer made a sp-c...

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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 28 November 1907

Of kn t.b aiovrsto.Sad iroM.4 hM enlo, ons 4.. enyualesn"sh4 ead 4 *.. IAr . H erlyo , A.'6.aus.ar "idn't he lie coula unlersiand ? it 14(0'1.o (' Ile rap~id conversation. Stand 1 11, -iu'zely In front of Baldos, she : Hcoace hime in low tones. Was'r -d he mean when lie said he gai~ven you a lesson?" she demand * ed His eyes gleamed merrily. me;e meant to alarm your highness." hDd'tle give you a talking to?" "'He coached me In ethics." "Yomi are evading the question, sir. Was he mean and nasty to you? Tell me; I want to know.", "Well, he said things that a soldier must endure. A civilian or an equal might have run him through for it, your highness." A flush rose to his cheeks, and his lips quivered ever so slightly. But Beverly saw- and understood. Her heart was in her eyes. "That settles it," she said rigidly. "You are not to report to him at 9 tomorrow." "But he will have me shot, your A highness," said he gladly. "He will do nothing of the kind. You are my guard." And her eyes we...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 28 November 1907

A POULT Makes Some Calculatfor To Superm Pickens, S. C., 23d Nov. 1907. E F. Looper, Supervisor. Dear Sir; Knowing you to be progressive man, ith the welfare o your county' at heart, an advocate c good roads, and alwitys ready to tak advantage of any move, or schetn for the betterment of the public high ways, I wish to call your attention t the following proposition which would be pleased to havo you ple before the Honorable Board of Conn ty Coutnissijnera for their earnes consideration. Pickens county is ill need of bette roads, and more and better bridges and whilo we would compliient tlh< gentlemen conposmg the preseni board on the great improvewnent, it the roads for the past year, there it no dodging the fact that there is stil room for more improvement and ther some more. While listening to the "chicket cranks" discussing the prospects fo the coming poultry show and thi profits from the (foul) business, gen erally,my thinking hatchery got bus; and incubated an idea. Now, Mr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 5 December 1907

ilE SEN IN.0.. Entered 'April 28, 1908 at Pickens, B. 0.', as second classimatter, under not i rbongrbes of March *,'89 VOL. XXXVIII PICI3N1, SO!! CAROLINA, TIUMDAY, DECExIM 19f Ganderbone's Dec. Forecast. Copyright 1007 by C. 11. Rieth. D cember of the drifting snow And yule-Jog blizing brighh A December, w-hen the cold winds blom Across the fields of white; W hen winter's ring ia in the grount And nights are clear and still, And the boys go belly-buster dawu The slick and shiny hill. December of the Christmas t.re And childhoods brightest dream; December of the ecstacy Of hallowet Christmas e'en; When the last sweet lullaby is sung Aud children's whispers cease. And the wee sweet stocking. all ar( strung Along the nantel piece December of the drum and horn And bundles slyly hid; December of the one great morn Of mornings for a kid; When chime, of sweet and mellov bells Are weloming the dawn, And the house rocks with the merr, yells Of kids with )ig hties on. December was the ninet...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 5 December 1907

Pickens Senllnel-Jornal sWEJJSBUD EVERY MTUneDAOY MOniG. --BY Tho Sentnel-ournal Company, TwOMPsoN & RIRMnT. POPS. J. L. 0. THOMPSON. EDITOR. fubsoription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Bates Reasonable. OOM at PMokeUM Fostosie am Second Olins Mail Matter PICKENS, S. . : TMURSDAY, DECEMBER 5 1907. Who Will Lead? There is a true saying that the Lord helps those that help them selves, also that the man who gets shead can get all the help that he seeds. To prove these sayings true and at the same time get the atttention of land owners on Twelve Mile River and its tributaries is the object of this communication. The Lord helps the farawer most that helps himself by aessisting na ture in various ways. 1st, The farmer that builds up bin Iasd by deep plowing, correct ditch ing, building rock dams across thI hollows and in every way building up the soil instead of destroying the pro ducing qualities by plowing wet and allowing the top soil to wash away by incorrect terracing. Such a farm ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 5 December 1907

0 RN Entered April 28, 1908 at Pickens, 8. 0.. as second clas4matter. underact of Congress of Marcb 8. 1879. VQL. W ill IICEENI 801f! CAZOLIN, ?1R1DA7. DECEMBE 8190 vs s The Gatherer. -The Comings and Goings of People 4ome you know, sonoe you don't. .BM ?4168 OUPSI HUBBARD Tim most attractive place in tow[ at 'eseut seems to be the storeroon of the Piekene Drug Co. A haud sonier lot of due china, cutglass, oil verwarb and toys has never befor< beeh displayed in Pickens. Dr. Hal lum -seemst to be keeping pac( witli the tites and studying th interest of hii patrons. On Wednesday evening a delight ful.dance wr given in the hall oval Vol er, Thoroley & Co.'s etcre by i number of the young people of Pick .ens.in honor of several viuitors Mr. .. ;oD. Bruce, Mrs. Ivy M Mianidin,. Mrs. Bruce Hagood an< Mrl. E. B, Webb were the eboper enep, and they were accompanied b: Megsrs. J. McD. Bieuco, Ivy Maul din; Bruce Hagood and Dr. E B -Webb. Those preseut were Misse Lucia Folger, Helen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 5 December 1907

Pickens S6eninl-Jourad t -VWT Zuarann y avsi ensAY NORNMG. -BY The Senine-3Jurnal Company. TvOMPSON & RIIoHE. PROPs. J. L. 0. THOMPSON, EDIToR. Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rates Reasonable. Entered at Pickens Fretoflcee as Second las b Mail Matter b ~ PICKENS, S. U.. s ItIURSDAY, DECEMBER 5 1907. a b N4EWS NOTrES. Thirteen Italians were cremated in a terrible fire in a New York tone h ment bouse. The fire started in a saloon on the ground floor of a four stury building and the occupants were driven to the top floor where Iney were burned or suffocated. E After ja hypothetical question con. taining about 13,000 words, Dr. Bar. M ton, a Washington expert, declares Senator Brown's slayer was a sufferer from puerporal insanity. The Census Bureau Bulletin shows that, proportion to the negro pop. ulation, there are eight black ments imprisoned as criminals in the North to one in the South and that Massa ehusetts jails twelve to South Caro. lna's one. South Carolina was w...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 5 December 1907

Business Locals Notices of Sale, Wants. Swaps, etc, Interted in this Colunin at 5 cents per line for each insertion. Nothing taken ~for loss thian 10 cents. -- horse, 8 yqars old, t 175. in oingle barrel shot saddle in good flix D. D Jones. Fon SALE-17 acres, original forest. 1 miles north of Pickens, $30 an acr; 75 acres west of Woodall Mountain. 10 acres branch bottom, balance in timber, pric $10 acre, cash deal. E. F. KEITH. F. D., No. 4, Pickens, S. (. J. M. Gantt has left all of his shop lc counts with B. F. Parpou forcollection and wants- all those owing bim to come gorward and make payment. A few first class sewing machiner, allghtly used to- -be mold at greatly re. duced prices. Also sewing machines ri - paired. Call at Craig Bros. Q. P. Knight. Ask to see our ilasortment of remnant laces. Price by the bunch 10c the yard, Cr.i,g Bros.. Carload of Obelisk Flour just received atiH. A. Richey's. WANTED,-500 bushels- pease; will pay highest market price; eash or trade. noT. 6.tf...

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

AN INGRATE SOLDIER. I e dowauJt. Aotion Was the Making of a Nobleman. IAer is a ftory of the battlefleld. There- Was iv9r between the Swedes and the Danes. One day a great bat 4e was frOught, and the Swedes were %Iaten0ad driven from the field. A soldier of the Dunes who had been 5ghtl.t: wounded was sitting on the ground.' Hb- was about to take a drink frvm a flash. All at once he heard aftne one say: "Oi, sir,-gfi- me a drink, for I am Wingr It was.a.-wounded Swede who spoke. 1K wits lyIlg on the ground only a lit NO way off. Tihe- Dane went to him at Mone. He kieltidown by the side of his ftlen foe and tpressed the flask to his .ts. "Drink,".'ald he, "for thy need is greater than mifne?' Mardly had 'hL spoken these words wfbeu the Swedd raised himself on his E4LOW. He pulled' a pistol from his pecket and shot-at'the man who would E3bte befriended him. The bullet grazed 1111 Dene's' shoulder; but did not do Um mauch harm. "A,' you . rascal-!" he- tried. "I was SPmb to befriend you...

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

Clthig, Shes Has and. Gent Shes Ht and ent *Nauttre. Pur.e ew Orleants syrup 5t0c the *gallon at D B. Cooper's. A. B. Walker, of the Upper-End, killed a male pig recently, weighing *68 pounds. , . * -J. L. Reeve, of Anderson. county, ~as in Pickens, Monday. He .in forms us that he has purchased the JV Griffin property, near Liber ty, lid will locate there. There will be a Bazar for the bdp MIdt of the school in the store room formerly occupied by J. F. Harsis on the evening of December 18th. There will be fancy work for sale, Ssh-pond and other amusements for the' chil dren and refreshments, consisting of ters spper, dessert and coffee. All are invited to come. ,Mrs. R. Callaway & Co,, of Liber ty, have an ad in this issue that will appeal to the lady readers of this pa. per, They are selling out their en ties stock at cost. Read the ad and note the prices quoted. This stock is a new one, all of -it this seasons creations, and you miss the chance of your lifetime If you do not t...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 5 December 1907

.7 Is !. I--S . I INR "u . C H A T4 T'. AN 0.,0G A Revers- Disc ible Plows Now is the time to prepare your land for another crop, aad to make your preparation thorough you should have a Chattanooga Reversible Disc Plow. Plows "A Cumin' and a Coin' " only successful Reversible Dis Plow built t is sinple in design" few in paits and easy to operate on the hillsides or level land, in short, to be good any where at any time when plowing can be done. We have just received a arloa'd. of tiese plows and.a full list of repairs and we will make prices right. Heath=Bruce Morrow Co. Leaders in Lovv Prices. We will accept Clearing House certificate on Columbia banks in payment of accounts or for goods bought of us same as cash. We have been Handling Christmas Goods Ii Pickens For Five Years and every year we have learned smmething. We have Learned How to Uy. 'this year we have purchased our line from two Now York alid two Hastimore concerns and it is more varied and comu plete than ever bsfore. ...

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