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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 26 March 1908

SFf ,t,-U . SEN I -1= U RN A Eutered April 23, 1903 at Piokous, S. 0., an second class wattnr, under aot of oigros of March 8, 1879. VL XVII, PICKLIS, SOUTH g~~ TUMRDAY, VARCkI9C Ko A .1 We are now c busines career a This sale wil Furnishing Goo Wlinter weights This sale will artiele will be sl Among the Boys and chi All the best e Our entire lii, The ull Spri: Tle full line The brands of Clothi Schloss B:ros. & Co., B. Kupj Thecse arc th ii ey are here a L TilsS4 ; * C THE EATS ND DAMAGE fferii)g for the first time in our thirty Fire sale. iHCILIde every 0. C. Suit, Pants and 4 Is line in thie house, which cmbraces as-well-is the I newly-arrived i m IES be an eyc--opener in value. The pri e aughtered. artcles offered are the following: dren's suits and knee pants. nd standari lines of Underwe ar. ies of Monarch and. Eclips Shi.ts ig line ot -H-awes Hats. of Trunks, Suit Cases and Bags. g w0hich we are usingfor this sale, is the production of su Baltmore, eheimler & V., Chic...

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. — 26 March 1908

Pickens Sentiic-ournal VUMIAHED EVEItY THURSDAY MOBNLNG. --BY The Sontinel-Journal Company, TiVom80N & ICHEUKY. IrOPs. J. L. 0. TIIOMPSON. EuDTOI. 6ubsriptioti 91.00 Per Anuum. Advertising Rites Reasonable. Entered at Pickens Fustoffice as Second ClaFE Mail Matter PICKENS, S. C. : THIUINDiAY, M.iCI 21, 190S. Sowing a Breeze. REAPING A WHIRLWIND Merchants of Pickens Undertake to Muzzle This Paper by Boycotting It The article published last week, aiient. the school, must have been full of truths, for no article ihas appeared coiitradict ing it. Some denials are being made by Dr. Bolt, to the effect that the child was not )adly whipped, and he was asked if he had seen it H is reply was, 'Oh. : hut Miss Olive savs If he had had the good of t - hotl at heart he. a, chair mm. wo.uld have talled the Sri iwlther and taknI! themn and Prof. Swittenbuirg an e andt Seen -lrumor'< were ulrect. It iare~ Stood hi n) iil 'ttter han tellill that the mat ha Ve all hen ttled if uTon and '. D. H...

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. — 26 March 1908

ur V& __ N _[I _14 4NA t. Entered April 23, 1903 at Pickens, 8. 0., as aecond olass matter, uuder flet of Congresa of March 3, 1879. VOL XXXVII, __NNS -SOUTH__ ARiiIII Iu, EMM At A D loco COUISO Of fel10. Tra': PAV.IC FtL L 1.17 TD]E Ai Mlany of T:33 V/h1 : ; d in iury When thes Car1cIt;ded, We :t ore S'Or Ls33 Injur.,d in U-.J Cagra :bLe thr~t Fallovwtd for thte Exit.%. CGhiao, Mrra'4-mr : ,: persen~s uc . itiured In a r-:a-<-1.-1 col"Si..1'in bo:,t n a Nol ti.,s*. - vfetoDl a an Oa'% Parh 'e m rt at S:ate and Van ur:n u-ret. t.ar:7 Monde.ay. Tse trains s c. of throo ccL1 .. ach. ti:I of whe ,'. cro'Ld':j. A LPad f.locw(,1 the etsh ;::'d ret manyi~ of tht- -w.ho eC~'aped in.* jurie.; V. hun the trn.a crmue to.e:hor, suffered Lrvhms in the iEt' an-ble for the e ::its . Tho Caii Park traiu was bta.nding at tie Stato stroet Wition w'hen the .Non.:w'e!Li n traiu, turning int.o Vaun JBurem street, c h into it. Aongr4 the injured -were C. C. 'Stern and D. It. Pollock, both of .Now...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 26 March 1908

Pickend SentinelJour PUBMJSUED EVERY THURsDAY MORNINM -BY The Sentinel-3ournal Company. TFOmpSON & JlICHEY. Pnors. J. L. 0. Tf0hMPSON, EDITOR. subscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rittes Reasonabh Entered at Pickens Fustofltee as Second Clnt Mail Matter P'ICKENS, S. C.: TIIURSDAY, M ALCi 20, 1908. USE PRINTER'S INI(1 Mail Order Houses Flood the Country With Advertising. CATALOGUES AND JOURNALS. In Fighting This Serious Menace Mer chants Must Resort to Publicity and Advertise In the Local Press-Con certed Action Necessary. The most serious problem confront Ing the retail merchants of the coun try today and the one that is giving them the most concern is that of the so called mall order system-the retail catalogue house trade. This is an era of combinations trusts,. both fnancial. Industrial and commercial. But the most menacing trust in the world today, says Ma: well's Talisian, is the commercial combination that tends to destroy the retail business of the country. Not satis...

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. — 26 March 1908

RJ AFT'SCAMPAIGI ney Used Lavishly to Forc His Nomination. ILIC DUTIES NEGLECTE 8crotary of War Sponds Most of Hi trimo Travoling Over the Country I he interests of His Candidacy ,Print Paper Uscro Will Get No Re lkif From Congress - Concernin Yachts, Public and Private-Cot c. Our Naval Establishment-Plans o the Stand Patters. By WILLIS J. ABBOT. One of the curious featric ofne athingl h Wash ingtoila I the rapi ity with vhli a story, at irst in.r.; intriled at, [Ipa4ses quickly from th4 realm of rumaor to the polut of publi cation. A few days ago it was rui imored that the facts voncernc:ing thi enoi'!lIMs explelditutres3 of, mtIey beini: miade to sicure tihe noiniaion for thu presideciy of Secretary Taft were Eke ly to e imade the subject of invesiga tion by a -widely cireulated wevekcly pa per. Within forty-elght hours the Stor; of the Taft money camilpaigl wNas toh iII full inl at New York iewspaper. Secretary Taft Is fortluate In havin a trotlher who Is eatormously rich, wht at...

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. — 26 March 1908

FROM OUR CO Pickens, R D 1. Plenty to eat In this sectioni aund kon, healthy appetites tc enjoy the food. imiss Ellie Brown has been vIy ill, but her friends are gla to see her up again. Miss Eunic Davis was the guest last week of Miss Hannah .McCombs. Miss Miierva Christopher vis ited Martha McCombs, Sunday. Mrs. Elizath Allen returned hoimue very ill from her recent visit. RosABELLE. Central, R. D. 2. Weather fite, and the sturdy husbandman is daily taking ad vantage of it. Born, unto Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Dickson, on the 4th inst., a 10-pound Sonl. Dr. J. G. Law, D. D., preach es every third Sunday morning, at 11 o'clock, at Old Pickens. After several months' illness, Mrs. Jacob Martin d:ed at her home, near Elberton, Ga., Sun day morning, 8th inst. She lived several years in the Six Mile country. Her many friends will be sorry to hear of her death, as she was a pure and noble woman. M. L. Pickens, R F D 2 'his c'oniilnity Is enjoying excellent health. Mr. and M's. Jordan Chappell w...

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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 26 March 1908

PIkens SentinelJournal *Hnpenings of a Local aid Persounal Nature. L. G. Price, Oscar Gravele. Fyank Kirksey and J. and Toad Stansill left Tuesday for Dillon, Mont. Good boys, all of 'em, and they'll sure "get there." There will be an all-day sing ng at Flat Rock church the first Sunday in April. Every bodly invitoP to bring song books. 'The singing will be conducted by P. C. Bartee. There vwill be a. ining a Liberty scbool building on the second Sunday in April, begin niing at 2 o'clock. Public cor dially invited to attend. P. C. CAwrEE. For the purpose of establish ing a drug store in the town of Central, same to be incorporat ed under the laws of the state of South Carolina, the following gentlemen have petitioned the secretary of state to grant them a charter: W. W. Clayton, R. G. Gaines, H. J. McGee and L. G. Gaines. Hagood school closed last Fri day. A good time Was had by the pupils and patrons. Mr. Dave Holder, one of the pat rons, says Miss Ida Elrod, who taught this term o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 26 March 1908

BiKID~LY OF IBy i. Wr.'L R MWCUTCUEON, )bS ,:c'17vi't 13 -L-06 W 1110ut1t thau Oue PLi~L'. J..,t~~wl by the way, to Prini-e CjIJi kt,: D.1%% bergezt. It Is x~t wvbih ?%,t 0Caluin founid me w~her. sbe~ \IP-s -t- )ivlfliess. Count Mar I hae.. grpti b-, myo 0 . o the~ castie groifis f(-1J1J I iwi' Io 1,1iw. 11e Is righit %1-1: lit, Iftrt I blive eOllillitil.t eoJ rcj~ - iihra A lh widi outside of thieste jrrounril.. B~ut lj-.- t-- wrong whenl ho no cais ' dis 01a1himw of beiug reousI8 Me) -fer 0$ 1U lir or Illy relprOjwn 1itio. ..enrh c. '~ knew ntothinig of all th~i af, may Judg).e by Ptk-Ing a Louk at her fJi'o at tils Instant.-, 1Jt~li-tiy% :s was a study In etnio 111oUS .")i ""Mi l'Wkig at 111M with (If I.'t&*i:.'..Pain -And tdi~l1IpOllttlelit v*p, (oil ve'If,'ra tedI In their expressive gray depth~s. ililgn~tloit Was strug glbig to 1iim.-teThe'JL love andi pity that lojiJ ':tivd j;- hker far' all 11ilong. It re ,)jYT :jI.U' A Mill gle g1n itt'e tt) (lv~l( 011! lymost 'Ii.pIiev...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 2 April 1908

_IFE S NT IN :ELJU RNAL Entered April 23, 1903 at Pickans, S. 0., as second class matter, under act of Congress of March 8, 1879. VOL. XXXV!i,- 11CENS3 SOUTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY APRIL, 21908 N UANDERBONE'S April Forecast. CIrY;:IOIaw 1907 nY c H. nErr. The April rains wvill put a bit Of Irish in the lawn, And a now and brighter augui y' Will paint the east at dawn; The songs of birds will fill the day, And the night be full of frogs, And every time a cloud blows-up It will rain ca-i.ts and dogs, And water newts, and othsx brutes, And also pollywogs. The brown thrush will retuin to sing its song at even hush, and the kind-eyed cow ivill moult and rear and redder plu,sh; the young man's thoughts will love to dwell u pon his lady-love, while he is not the one at all that she is wotting of. The railroads, meanwhile, will relieve Their spirits and elate Upon the knock-out bloiv the courts Have dealt the 2-cent rate; They'll 0ll re-bait their hooks again, And drop them in the pool, And whe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 2 April 1908

is Seutinel-Jollrnda D EVERY THURSDAY MORNING. -BY The Santinel-Journal Company. 1ITOMysON & RICHEY. PnoI's. J. L. - 0. 'I1 : ZSON. EITOR. Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rites Reasonable. Entered at Pickens Fostoilice as Second Class Mail Matter PICKENS, S. C.: THURWAY, APII L 2, 1908. WORKING WOMEN OF U. S. There Are About 6,000,000-To Form an Organization. New York, Marh PA.-Organiza tion of the working women of the UnIted States is 1vroposed by tihe Wo men's Trade league. one of whose or graizers. Miss Leonora O'Reilly, told the nembers of the Oertral FederatL ed Union at their meeting Sunday that thero are 'between five and six million working women in the Undt ed Sta-tes and tb't the loagme w ould not cease its efforts untilt wt uid or.. ganized thorm all. Miss3 O'Reilly asked for upec:kers for the mass meeting In nid of the movemient which Ls to be :held4 Fri-day evening in the labor ternple. Aa a .remult. of her reqiueist, C-ha.rles 1. Rulo' -sell will -p)eatk ...

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. — 2 April 1908

TIE S 0I Rt 1r I1E' EN IN LJ'OURNALN Entered April 23, 1903 at Pickens, S. C.. a, eond.olawi matter, under act of Congress of March 8, 1879. VOL VL- 13Dl.ICIESS, SOUTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY IPAL 21908 NO Fil We ar busines c Furishil winter i TIIis s. article w Boys ai Alt the Our en] The ful The brand Sell'os; Brn These * they are ThL THE REATE RE, SM AND DAMAG] SA L E! e now offering for the first time in ou areer a Fire sale. ale will ir :ude every 0. C. Suit, Pan )g Goods Ine in the house, which em veights as-w'ell-as the iewly-arrived die will be ain eye--Opcner in value. Th( ill be slaughltered. ig the artcles offered are the follo id children's suits and knee pant best and standard lines of Undei ire lines of PMonarch and Eclips 1 Spring line ot Hawes I-ats. L line of Trunks, Suit Cases and : of Clothing which we are usingfor this sale, is the p)rodu<l s. & Co., Ba timiore, B. Kuppenheimuer & C., Chicago, IL. Adler & Bros., Roichester. are the highewst grTades of c...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 2 April 1908

Pickens Sentinel-Journa PUBMHED EVE-Y THUIISDAY MORNING -BY The Sontinol-Journal Conpany. Tivostleso & RICUEY. PiOPS. J. L, o. TmUO m iSo N. EDITOR. Subscription $1.00 Per Aunum. Advertisinig Ritem Reitsonable Entered at Picken's JXJstoflIce as SOCOUd Clat Mail Matter PICKN, S. C. TilHUR1,M-y, APRIL 2, 1908. Salmagundi. "Is e(litorial opinionl of any worth?" asks the Columbia State. To which the Montgon: ery A(1vertiser replies: "Well, that (lepends, bit somietiies it stirs up a lot of sand, Whether it is worth anythin0g or not." A North Carolina man left a big fortune to his son onl coiidi tion that he refrain from card playing, fd(dling aiid dancing. That still leaves him the privi lege of shooting craps and pump ig the pianola. Chil(d lal or ill the cotton mi' s of Mexico averages al)out 25 per cent. of the total number of operi t ives. The boys and girls begin work at the age of 9; they earn a t. first 20 to 25 cents a day. O one of the four typesetting macliines which have ...

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. — 2 April 1908

P "kens Sentinel-Journal .1 .Oenings of a Looal and Personral Nature. T, N. Hunter, of Liberty, wa a town Monday on business. Mrs. J. R. Ashmore returnet from a visit to friends andrela. tivos in Erevard,N. C.,Saturdav. Mrs. E. E. Mauldin and eldest daughter, Miss Gladys, . spent last Tuosday with Mrs. A. M. Morris. Willie Graly, who is now lo cated at Norfolk. Va., is here visiting the friends of his boy hood (lays. The Union meeting at FEcon-i was well attended, b~th Satur day and Sunday, and the col lection for missions, was good. The Pickens Railway Co. has finished the "y's," and is no Inger a "doodle." The busi nass of the road is good, and we hope soon to have a nice new depot. Theie will be an all-day sing ing at Flat Rock church the first Sunday in. April. Every body invitep to bring song books. The singing will be conducted by P. C. Bartee. Miss Maud Ashmore came in Saturday to rest for a'few days at the home of her parents. She has been kept busy for several weeks nursing...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 2 April 1908

,.VELARLYi OF GRAVSTARK BARR WCUTCH'CON, - of "C~u-tark" uuni>. :J.:w, and compan'y ; '. Ie i !; - Il - ref . :lt . : wfiul war scares from .t4 I-is:0's: A.:- wea part of the Ib:tl dtre v igic Off hole. Says litil not yA adu-USj (;J ranUsomi It the brigands de vne, .:te May did Miss Stone and -that WOITIL Who hid the baby. le says yfrnaNr il worried half tj death. 3TnI rIWt:rpi..g to alble lim that it's all ea, honevk4'! he SAYS if wair hreaks out ng- edmy brother Dan over ,bert t'o -/t'1t.a I'm havig Aunt Jo ;.selftne -A him this cableamni from At. reterxy8I): 'They never tight in "ullaus. .5ot scare encth other. Skip 'i,1nelK nher dear. Will Le home OU. jYyeary.' How does that sotnd? .it WIft coxt a lot, but he brought it 11pe0 his own head. Anti we're not in 1the Uikdh3n ainyway. Aunt oe will ~4ava L Melase call an A. 1). T. boy, priness,1. I want to send this message Wie Zindiec entered the princess' ')ouidite hAlf -uI hoiur later she was far froin Iv!ng the tlimid yoitlh who...

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. — 2 April 1908

Pickens Sentinel-Journal .Kailenings of , Local and Personal Nature. MArs. B. B. LaBoon spent Tucs (lay in Grenville. H. A. ilchoy wants filmeidi ately 100 bmshel-; of cane seed. Chief Nealey has been doing som * mOULc h-needed work on the streets recently. H. W. Farr, who has n.oved to his old home near Enon, was in town rTruesday. Dr. Horton, dentist, who has been in Pickens for some time, has moved to G-eenville. 'Mrs. J. B. Bruce, of Greenville, is visiting the family of her son, W. A. Bruce, in Pickens. Mrs. T. J. Mauldin, who has i-een spending some time In Columbia, returned home last week. Rev. N. G. Ballinger preached two excellent sermons Sunday morning and evening ill the Methodist church. Ground has been broken foi the, ney Masonic building and the bricklayers are at work. J. F. Grandy has the contract, and a first-class job will be done. The boys of the town have been at work fixing a baseball ground on the vacant lot be tween the residences of C. N. Bowen and R. L. Hen...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 2 April 1908

FROM OUR CO Cateechee The brumal days wil s >onb i l etival inl their ea.d, amd with the clialnge the ,old bacieLr has ibgun to shave thiri days under the skin, part his hair in the mi(dl, and curl .every "kinky' place. On the -st of April ribbons andI laces - A.and sh-.4ah oil their faces were in order for the opposite sex, and ;.the fair, blushing females of - vAsw Ieg 1' were at their best, and thed h(41 lChelor, < f course, alon't won, to be behind in the tprocession. If the girls would :alfways look fike they do through Abe months of April and May, .ad the 01M bachelor could get .'MWne, he wouhlhlde as happy as a '.kinner looks when ho is in a pro tracted. mzed1ting, Well, it is \hupe that keeps the world, or .mtumr the people of the world. mNovin1g, aiot tie old bachelor is ,101 tising in hope if he dies in idespair. WVe have heard people y fit marriage was a lottery, :md when we see what some amople draw, we don't care to investi. Well, by tjhe( Way gual10 "A heing sold...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 9 April 1908

THE SENTINE JOUR NA Eutered April 23, 1903 at Piokeus, 8. 0., as socond olass matter. under act of Cougress of Marob 3, 1879. VqL -~XVJS 1FIEdI, OUTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY APRIL 9 100 -8,2 Burei'au of ' FamrsIniform n --Condtseted by the South CarolfnR I.arners' diWational and co-operattive U"10o1. Coniwuonteations inti.nded for thisdepa ment should be aiddressed to J. Q. Strinling, eldieton. South Carutiia. GOOD. The amount of fertilizer tags sold in 'South Carolina up to March 1st Is eighty thousand tons less than same date last year, and one hundred and twenty thousand less than year before at same date. There are several reasons for this shortage; among which are the deteirnilnation among those that were forced to sell cotton bolow the minium price to pay for fertilizers. Another class have not paid for last year's fer tilizers and neither the dealers or this class of farmers care to trade more until last crop has been settled, and many that paid cash for fertilizers do not care to...

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. — 9 April 1908

Pickens Sentinel-Journal PMIDDJHED EVERY 'THURSDAY MORNING. -BY The Sentinel-Journal Company. TPoMP0oN & RICEY. PROPS. J. 1. 0. THOMPSON. EDITOn. bubscription 81.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rtites Reasonable. Entered at Pickens Fustoffee an Second Chaub Mai Matter PICKENS, S. C. 8 THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1908. Elsewhere we publish the statement of trustees in which they claim that the statement published about George Edens' whipping was exaggerated. We stated then, and reiterate now, that the trustees did not go to see the child. We also give an aflidavit of those who did see the child immediately after the whipping and we leave our read ers to judge who handles the truth carelessly. You can al P ways believe what you see in this paper. Level-headed Editors. We give below some articles from representative papers; the Columbia State, the leading nmorning daily of this state, and a represcntative paper of the south says: What. is the matter with Pick ens? The Pickens Sentinel Journal of ...

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. — 9 April 1908

ilE SENEL J RN Entered April 23, 1908 at Pickens, 8. 0.. as second class matter, under aot of Congross of March 3, 1879. VO- IviU, .CIZEi, SCUM CAROLINA, TURSDAY APAIL. 9 Wet 2N All 0111 TI h~e I..V.The 1 REATES RE IlE, $M~ AND DAMAGE SALE! 'e are now offering for the first time in our thirty ries career a Fire sale. his sale'will include every 0. C. Suit, Pants .n1d on iishing Goods line in the house, which embr ic. a ter' wei ghts as-well-as the newly-arrived his sale will be an eye- pener in value. The pit e of %e will be slaughtered. miong the art-oles offered are. t-he following: -s and children's suits and knee pants. the best an.d standci ard lines of Underwe-r. entire lines of Monarch and Eclips Shirts. rull Spring line ot H1lawes Hats. full line olf Trunks, Suit Cases and Bags. brands of Clothing which we are usingfor this sale, is the production of s ich I as Bros. & Co., Bultimore, B. Kulppeniheim er & C., ('hi cago, IL. Adler & Bros., Rloches'."r. iese are th...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 9 April 1908

The Sentinel-Journal Company. TvOMPON & Rwimr. Pnol'. J. L. 0. TroMPSoN. EDITOR. Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rates Ileasonable. Entered at Pickenu FstofiCee 90 Second Class mail Matter PICKENS, S. C. I TH1UtSDAY, APRIL 9, 1908. "PICKENS SCHOOL TROUBLE, Trustees make a statement in Reply to the Criticism of the School by the Editor of the Pickens Sentinel - Journal. Say School is in Good Shape. Since the editor of the Pickens Sentinel JoIrniel has seel fit to criticise the entire school, tris tees, principal, and all six teach els, in such an unjust way, we feel duty botind to explain the true condition of affairs to the puiblic, and to show the disap proval with which the Pickens people in general regard the ed itors' tiradc. We have comiposed tho board (f trustees of Pickens Graded School for a niuiiber of years, and do not hesitate to say that, in our knowledge, we have never had a better managed nor more thoroughly taught school than we have under Prof. Switteii...

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