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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 9 April 1908

BapPenings of a Local and Personal Nature. Mrs. P. H. Boggs is on a visit to relatives in Easley. Mts. W. L. Jenkins is visiting relatives in Greenville. C. E. Robinson made a busi ness trip to Liberty, Saturday. Candidates are beginning to bud out along with the early roses. Miss Mattle Lebby, of Green ville, visited in Pickens last week. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Hagood are visiting the latter's I arents near Elberton, Ga. Rev. B. E. Grandy is at home after an absence of two weeks in Bamberg. A big crowd of the Pickens people attended the all-day sing ing at Enon last Sunday. See the new ads this week; our space is being gradually fill ed up by those who realize that advertising pays. Mrs. J. F. Banister, of Lib erty, spent a portion of this week in Pickens at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bowen. The Wonien's Missionary So ciety of the Baptist church will meet with Mrs. Middleton Hes ter, Sunday afternoon, at 3.30 o'clock. Rev. N. G. Ballenger delivered a fine sermon to a s...

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. — 9 April 1908

BEVERLY OF GRAVSTARK By GEC'CE DARm ITCUTCIIEO,. Author of "Grafstark" reing called in at the end to hear an ppftove of the manifesto prepared b; -the Prince of Dtwshergen. The nex jnorninig the word went forth that -great banquet was to be given in th .castle that night for Prince Daintai ximI the approiiching nobk-men. Th4 VrEce expected to dopart alnost im mediately tbereafter to reaunio th 'throne in Serros. ..%Baldos was wandering through th park early in the morning. Ills dutlei rested lightly upon his houlders, bui be was restless and dissatlstled. Th4 longing In his heart urged huim to turr 1i eyes ever and anon toward the bal couy and then to the obstinate looking castle doors. Tho unifori of a Grau .stark guard still graced hiti splendlk figure. At last a graceful form ws seen coming from the castle townst the cedars. She walked bravely, bul -almlssly. That was plain to be seen it was evident that she was and waw not looking for some one. Baldos oly served with a thrill of...

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. — 9 April 1908

Pickens Sentinel.Journal Happenings of a Local and Personal Nature. RE-ELECTED. NO OPPOSITION. FOR INTENDENT, B. B. LaBoon FOR WARDENS R. R. Roark, J. N. Hallum, J. F. Harris, E. B. Webb. FOR SALE--One J, I. Case tractie n Pngine, ono J. I. Case horse-power, snd o m J. I. Ca.se 1(4 u Road-Holler. 3a. gainrs for any o -e looking for any or the a)ve mooinea. Address R. E. Good win, Pickene, 8. C. Miss Hattie Earle Is visiting relatives in Greenville, The many friends of Mr. J. L. Moon will learn with regret that he was stricken with. paral ysis on Monday night and is now in a serious condition. J. J. Hunter, of the Liberty side, has a water gourd that grew in a stove and will have to be broken before it can be gotten oit. He also has a gourd that will hold a gallon. There will be a singing at Liberty scbool building on the second Sun'day in April, begin ning at 2 o'clock. Public cor dially invited to attend. P. C. CARTEE. Those of our readers who can, should attend the display of pat ...

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. — 9 April 1908

FROM OUR COER Pickens. R D 1. Farmers are busy; they are a liittle late, but they are going to get Jiere. J. . Einldricks, of this sec tionl is hiildilg himself a nice 1ome. Ifurri'tah for John! 'Will Freemani visited Leonard jones, of t he A mhler section, ast Sunday. Mis. J. R. J. Anthony visited her sister, Mrs. Geo. Brazeale one dlay last week. 'Te Griflin Sunday school Is in a prosperous condition inder their new suiperintendent, J. R. Conley. 'Samson Rock," I don't quite ;Agree Witih YOU ill your "Reply 4 to Daisy. " You shouldn't have tried to defend the boys. Let the boys defend themselves. Come again, however, I like your grit. "Pansey," you must come oftener, for I like your dots fine. . Hello! "Gourdheid," I think I know you. The Glassy Mountain school closes a most successful session this week. We wish to con gratulate Miss Nora Gilstrap, our most efficient teacher. Come again, "Clevie," "May belle" anl "Daisy;" I know you all. STon:WALL. Calhoun I have lived 63 years, a...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 16 April 1908

- . E R . SI3IINEL=J aoURN L gutered. April 28, 1903 at Pickens, S. 0.. as ecoond class matter, under act of Congress of Marc 8,179 '~~'yQ~IiwllI BOTH~~ ggy CARDIHA, THURSDAY APRIL, 18 1908 eThe Counoil-ol Ton" and-tho Jous nal. "It's an ill wind that blowM 1obody good."- Thel ,boyctth, this Paper by ..the, Pickel' Nnerchants - has o'ershadowed th'e school muddle,-. and that indstion-has been pack'ed away in 'moth balhlse - ail down tlke rid', and, right-oi:.*yrng, give the ochnol abreathing spell. We would itch rther fight :a boycott thacn the ki-s' train ing quarters. In the troub!es between th'is paper and the school, we decid ed to ''himids o'Y" and not to "trouble trouble, till trouble troubled us." But when the merchants - carried the school into business and decided to play .a game of "freeze out,' at Mr. Thompson's request we called for a stack of chips and a seat in the game. Hence we say: We are going after business without malice or ill-will toward any man, using no boyco...

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. — 16 April 1908

iokous Soninel-Jourua EIUBIJBBD UVERT THURSDAY MORNING -BY The Sontlnel.Journal Company. TFoMPBoN & RiBHEr. Pruos. J. Is. 0. THOMPSON. EmToR. Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rates Reasonable. Entered at PFcheni Femtof100 a4 scon4 clais Mail Matter PICKENS, S. C.: THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 1908. Level4eaded Editors. "A FOOLISH BOYCOT Over in Pickens, South Caro lina, a majority of the merch ants have boycotted the only paper published In the town be cause the paper vigorusly assail ed one of the public school teach ers because she whipped a pupil in an alleged cruel manner. That takes the rag off the bush in the way of a boycott. Why the merchants and largest prop erty owners of a town can make up their minds to harm ahd fi nancially injure an institution which has helped make the town and their fortunes, we cannot understand. W know nothing of the mer its of the case. We care noth ing about that. The teacher who let the rod fall heavily on the back of some youngster may have...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 16 April 1908

T SEN EU JORNA. Entered April 23, 1908 at Pickeus, 8. 0.. as seoond oe as Mtter,. nuder act of Congress of btarob 8, 1879. VOL. XXXVIIII ?ICz~i, OUTH CMOLINA,I ?IDAY ARIL, HQ 1909 NA, 3. ADDITIONAL LOCALS. Miss:Maud Ashmore is nurs ing at the bed side of Mrs. T.J Miauldin who is quite ill. Miss - Whitmire, of Green. ville, .is visiting her sister, Mrs. F. A, Finley, in Pickens. Quite a largi crowd from Pick attended divine worship at Six Xile chui-ch Sunday. A large crowd was present. . Rev. Ballinger is meeting with breakers in his effort tc conduct his religious servicee this week. On Monday night, the show, on Tuesday night, the lecture under the Lyceum com mittee, and Thursday night the lecture under the auspices of the Baptist Women's Missionary So ciety. We have not heard what will be the attractions for Friday and Saturday nights to deflect the crowd from the church. ~Verily, it seems that his lines have been cast in hard places. Office of Lyles & McMahan, Attorneys at La...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 16 April 1908

BEVERLY OF GRAVSTARK By GEORGE BARR WCUTCHEON, Author of Grauask" Copn/rNahet, d dopanuy tibbed east. The common mnan, no matter how valiant, had no place in such affairs as these. Her pride was suffering. She was as a queen among the noblest of the realm. As the wife of Baldos she would live in another world-on the outskirts of this one of splendor and arrogance. A stubborn, defiant little frown appeared on her brow as she pictured herself in her mind's eye standing afar off with "the man" IMikdos, looking at the opulence she could not reach. IHer Impetuous, rebellious little heart was thumping bitterly as she considered this single phase of the life to come. She was ready to cry out against the injustice of it nil. The little frown was por tentous of deep laid designs. She would break down this cruel barrier that kept Bialdos from the fields over which prejudice alone held sway. Her love for him and Tier determination to be his wife were not in the least dulled by these reflection...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 16 April 1908

-.. .~ Fl F,.il We are busines ca This sE Frni i'i'ishin Winter w This sal article wviI Amon Boys ani All the 1 Our enti ) . The m11l Thelfull The brands N Schloss Bros These they are I LF Rae E A E I4EI.. SMO KE AND DAMAGE SA' LGE now offering for the first time in our thirty : reer a Fire sale. Lie will include every 0. C. Suit, Pants and ouj g Goods line in the house, which embraces al eights as-well-as the newly-arrived [e wvill be an eye-pener in value. The price of 1 be slaughtered. g the artoles offered are the following: zi children's suits and knee pants. lest anid stan d artd lines of Underwear. .re lines of Monarch and Eclips Shirts. Spring line ot IHawes Hats. line of Trunks, Suit Cases and B~ags. f Clothing which we are usingfor this sala, is the production of such h< & Co., Baltimore, B. Kuppenthelier & C., Ohiicago, IL. Adler & Bros., Ilochiester. ire the highest grades of clothing on the mnarke cere at your disposal. at convincing prices. 0THSCH IL CRE...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 16 April 1908

ADDITIONAL LOCALS. Miss Eva Earle came homo Imm L imestone last Friday fo a few s days' stay. Bicycles repaired the next ter days at cost; also general ro pmajin at reasonable prices. Se( ine at 11. A. Richey's store. R Ki. Goodwin. lessrs. L.C. Thorinley, 1. M. 'ialdini and Ernest Folger are each the proul )ossessors of a nice Maxwell runabout auto -mobile, and they are now learn ing to maniilate their ma chintes very wvell. hlie pleasures of motoring will be greatly en joyed by these gentlemen this summer. There are three trains a (lay each way now on the Pickens ailroad, the schedule having changed Sunday, as follows; Leave Pickens 6.50 and 11.00 A. M., and 4.10 P. M. Arrive Eas ley; 7.20 and 11.30, A. M., and 4.40, P. M. Leave Easley; 8.00 A. M., and 1.20 and 5.05 P. M. Arrive Pinkens; 8.30 A. M., and 1.50 and 5.35 P. M. This schedule is somewhat more con venient than the former one and should cause the road to be much more liberally patronized than heretofore. Dame Rumor has it...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 16 April 1908

PldkeuB Sentinel-Jurall Hap unir go of a Iceal and Person Nature. Rev. N. G. Ballinger is hold Ing consecration services in the Methodist Church this week, holding service at 4 and 8 p. m. Born to Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Yongeu, on the 18th Instant, a boy and girl. May The parents find much joy and comfort in these little cherubs. The missionary meeting at Pleasant Grove last Sunday was well attended. Hon. C. E. Rob inson gave one of his best ad-. dresses on missions and met with a hearty response from these noble people of tho foot hills. I. D. Rice, of Norris, takes space with us this week. He has built up a big trade and car ries a large stock of goods and can make it to your interest to pay him a visit. You can rest assured that Mr. Rice will treat you right. On account of change of sched ule we now go to press with our last forms at noon on Wednes day, therefore we must ask our corerspondents to get their items in here not later than Monday night, unless it is some extra important a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 16 April 1908

FROM OUR CO From North Carolina, -iendersonville, N. C., April 10, 1908. Editor Journal:-I have just -returnett from a trip to the s3outh; visited in Greenville and -a part of Pickens county; met ,several of my old friends, whom I Was very glad to see. I no -ticed a good many changes for the better, but still room for imi provement. I still love south Carolina, and especially Pickens county, and wish every oie well, even if the good wishes are not reciprocat cd; but I am far happier at my home in the thriving little town -1 Hendeirsonville, which keeps -climbing inl spite of the money Panlic. -Those who were gone durinig' the winter are return ing, and things are becoming lively. There is a lot of work going on here. Sev eral good houses are being built, cement sidewalks being put in, and all preparing for the sunner vis itors. With good wishes for the ed itor and his many friends, I will close. Yours, SONNIE. Card of Thanks. To the many friends of Mr. A. B. Howell: in behalf of the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 23 April 1908

67 TilESENT NEL-JO RNA Entered April 28, 1908 at Pickens, 8. 0., as eoond olaan matter, under act of Congress of March 8. 1879. VOL Z I 11CISKE~I.I 12 OLINAJ THUIUDAY APKILI 23 1908. . ADDITIONAL LOCALS. Mr. John Foster of the Peter's Creek section was in town Mon day. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFall visited the latter's parents last Sunday. Mies - Miles, a student of the G. F. C., spent Easter here with Miss Nellie Grandy. Mrs. W. T. Jeanes and Miss Ola Richey went to Greenville last week on a shopping expedi tioi. The many friends of Mrs. D. E. Hendricks regret to leain that she had the misfortune to get her arm broken a short time ago. Mr. Hendricks is alo very unwell. Stock is being subscribed for an oil mill at Six Mile, and it will be well to keep an eye on that section of the county. Those people over there talk but little-but they hustle. I. D. Rice, at Norris, who sells shells at 40c. a box, or two boxes, for 75c., has sold 80,000 shells this season. He informs us that he puts a ...

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. — 23 April 1908

Pickens Sinel-J8our MB1MEW XVEar THURSDAT MORNINO ----B The Sontinel4ouraal Company. TomrsoN & BwICEr. PRoPs. J. L. 0. THOMPSON. Emvom. Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Btes Remsonable Watered at Pickens FestofaCe as second Olasi Mail Matter PICKENS;8S. V. : THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1908. The Elder Sister. There is no character in the home circle more useful and beautiful than a devoted elder sister who stands side by side with the toiling mother, ligt ening all her cares and burdens. How beautiful the house ma chinery moves on with such efficient help! Now she presides at tio table in her mother's absense, always so neatly attired that it is with pride the father introduces her to his guest as "our oldest daughter." Now she takes a little troop into the garden with her and amuses them, so mother may not be disturbed in her work or her rest. Now she helps the boys with their hard lessons or reads father's paper aloud to rest his tired eyes. If mother can run away for a few d...

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. — 23 April 1908

IHE SENT NE RNA. Entored April 28, 1908 at Pickenu, 8. as second clais matter, under aot of Congrese of March 3, 1879. VQL _____!_. PICI~I, 0U1TH CARLINA, THIUDAY AILI 23 19c8 14 R. C. R01 Hoyle Building. General Me Ilave bought stock of goods fort in Hoyle building, and am consta The very best full p itent Flou barrel; and as an extra induceme vill give you 8lbs of the very be! Best quality yard-wide sheeting A nice line of Shoes, bought h I thank the public for the libern extend a cordial invitation to all <f REAL BARGAINS. R. C. R4 Hoyle Building J~e'Handle all kinds of Countj FOR SAFE W I)EPOSIT Y - IN TEJ LIBERTY l'heii' Safe has been tried and found Bur. This Taiek I-ss Iurg hir Inui u-e, Fire La ya. our injonv-y. Lil.ca al Ii tei est allowed on Time r'< px cu (up"A ttisfaLctoriIy, THE LIBER 'H. ('. SH IRLEY. Cashier. Southern Shortl and Busin Atlanta,. Ga., also Al Over i 5,ooo Gradual - %" I -I! (X 0 Ill 'Iit ith -n eve3y yt nr for 10 o e. An ave1n;Le o two 01 eni;jH (...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 23 April 1908

FROM OUR COI An Enjoyable Birthday. How pleasant it is to meet on an occasion like this and pass a day that never wlll be forgot ten. Three 'years ago those same people gathered at the hospitable home of W. R. Gar rett and celebrated his 65th birthday, his - children taking him on surprise that morning; but who thought that thi same thing would be repeated for his good lady on her 60th birthday? Those same children met on the morning of the 7th Inst., which was entirely unexpected to Mrs. Garrett or Wi. R. Garrett, either. W. R. Garrett, who takes a great deal of interest in his farm, was out attending to some terracing. The good lady, Mrs. Garrett, was very busy with some domestic affairs in the house. When they looked out and saw a crowd coming-car riages, buggies, and so on. Who can all these people be? They drive up, and into the yard. "Why, it's the children -all of them. What's the matter?" "Why, we've come to spend the day-this is your 60th birthday." " Patience, children, we...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 23 April 1908

Pickens SentieVJou'nal Rappenings of a Local and Personal Mature. J. P. Carey, Jr., visited rela tives in Seneca Saturday. Mrs. W. A. Bruce spent a por tion of last week with relatives in Greenville. Married, Sunday last, at the residence of Rev. D. C. Mills, Miss Ora Patterson and Chris. Morton. Miss - Lesene, of Oswego, Sumter County, has accepted a position as stenographer to Solic itor J. E. Boggs. We ask our readers to e. reful ly peruse the advertisements in this paper and to give their trade to those merchants who are bid ding for it. The merchants of Greenville are reaping a harvest from the influx of Pickens county people who have recently gone there to purchase their goods. Uncle Zeke and the editor look a little trip last week with the result that several new adver tisers are bidding for the trade of our readers this week. Miss Mary Hutchinson, of Lexington, N. C., who has been on a visit to her sister, who is a teacher in the Pickens Graded School, left for her home Tues...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 23 April 1908

Low Rat South 500 mile state Fam ern Railway in Souti member of s family. 1.000 mile Interchangeabl Ita lway.and thirty otler ro ited one year from date of a 2,000 mile Interchangeablk way and thirty other roas I ger, the head of a firm or eu ouch persons at one time. L 1,000 mile Interchangeabc Railwny and seventy-live < Limrted one year from date On and after April 1st. 191 on trains on trains nor in chi stations not for the sale of ti( exchanged for continuous ti Money saved in pa Southern Railway ag higher rate. Call on mileage tickets, passa R. W. HUNI Assistant Gen. Pass. I Atlanta, Ga. Come to I want your trade 1 order to get opportui to do your trading an I am at the Cool have a splendid line o DRY GOODS, See the quality of n beat them, do so. Liberty wants your enough to advertise I deed." The Sentine need," Come see me, buy < if you buy elsewhere, headquarters while in~ Front Street .FOR SA12-One J. I. C: opg6ne, one J. 1 4 aa' hor'4e. gains for any o .. Ioo'ing foi ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 23 April 1908

FIGURES TALK YEARS DORis SOLD 1888-. 8,750 1892.- 155,375 1897.............. 290,954 1901 475,215 1903- 500,690 1906 530,690 The best evidence that BMk6s Native Herbs fulfills the claims made for it Is found In the Increasing sales It en joys year after year. It cures, or else people would not buy and take it for .eych diseases a* Sheumatism,. Constipadqioi'. Dfyspepsia, K id n e y DIseases,.Liver Disorders, Eczema. Scrofula or any aliment arising from Impure blood. Bliss Native Herbs li effective because it Is made from pure roots, herb& and barks and con tains no opiates, minerals or aicohoL It is guaranteed under the United Stater Pure Drug Law. Each box contains 200 tablets for $1.00 and if no cure results, money Is refunded. It is made by The Alonzo 0. Bliss Company, Washington, D. C. Can not be found in drug-stores and IL - FOR SALE. BY -.-.. . F. A 0Finley, Pickens, S. C. Mail orders receive prompt at tention. 4ju 8e'08 TIME IS !IONEY This is just as true in regard to Sew...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 23 April 1908

GR E FIRE, AND s We are now offering f busines career a Fire sal This sale wili includ( Furnishing G oods line il Winter weights as-well-c SPlm This sale will be an ey article will be slaughter< Among the artoles B3oys.andl chi~ldren's All the best and stai Our entire lines of 3 The m11l S pring line The'full line of Trux - The brands of Clothing which we Schloss Bros. & Co., Baltimore. B. Euppenhelmer a L. Adl - Trhese are the highest - - they are here at your d *** .e-e *......CREE. THE ATEST SMOCKE, DAMAGE ALE! br the first time in our thirty years' e. every O. C. Suit, Panis and Our Fful the hoiue, which embiaces all .he is the nelwly-arrivied MO IMEF 'e..cpener inl value. 'The price of every . offered are the following: suits anid knee pants. i dard lines of Underwear. [Ionarch and Eclips Shirts. ot Hawes Hats. iks, Suit Cases and Bags. *~ are usingfor this salh, is the production of such houses as & C., Cicato, er & Bros., ~Itoches ter.4 grades of' clothmng no t...

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