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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 30 April 1908

E SENTINI JOURNA. Entered April 23, 1903 at Pickons, 8. 0.. as second olaMa matter, under act of Congress of March 8, 1879. VQL, XXVIL ICZLdI, QUTH CRMLINA, TIHORDAY APALI 30 1000 R. C. RO Hoyle Building. General M 1lave bought stock of goods f in Hoyle building, and am con The very best full p itent Fl barrel; and as an extra inducet 'vill give you 8lbs of the very 1 .Best quality yard-wide sheet A nice line of Shoes, bough1 I thank the public for the lib -extend a Cordial invitation to -of REAL BARGAINS. R. C. 1 Hoyle Building *'T H andle all kinds of Cou TOR SAFE bW. DEPOSIT - -- IN "LIBERTi Their Safe has been tried and found B This Bank has Blurglar Imurance, Fir loso your money. Litevial hI.teiewt allowcd on T.'me P -.i cu up ith factorily, THE LIBEL 1I. C. SH IR LEY, Cashier. Southern Shior1 and Basil Atlanta, Ga., also Over ;5,ooo Gradt Eenaives 12.(X0 al i liecticns every yar for I -.'e. An average of two o1 enings for cvety stu 70 typewriting machin jbt? Rotthern also cond...

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. — 30 April 1908

FROM OUR COF From Liberty. At the last regular neeting of Liberty TLodge, No. 5230, C. M. A., the following officers were elected: Y. Pink Taylor, 150, president, Parker J. Brown, vice-ipresidellt, Harry Chapmian, I director; J. S. Ch risiopher s eak er; James L,. McCord, 5 0, secre tary; L. F. Mloodv, sentinel. The lodge is inl a very flourishing condition. Al visiting memb11hl)ers will be welcomed on Friday evening afiteri the 1st and 15th of each nmoith. The yotlmug people of our town are reat lovers Of muhlisic, espo, cially wood singing, and some of the youlng men have formed a qlarltet which swill sing at all thii churches in town as occasion denllids an(d elsewhere when invited. We are proud of this spirit of our01 young 1 men. There is nothing that adds so much to the beauty and pleasure of wvor ship s good sitig. Our hope is that thoso young men will get .1111h (ncolragenent and many ilnvilatiolns fromi other chuirclieS. A great many people from va rious sections of the cou...

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. — 30 April 1908

* - ESENTINE .U Entered April 23, 19)3 ut Pickens, S. 0., as second class matter, under not of Congress of March 8. 1879. VL'XXXVI. P1CK , SOUTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY APRIL, 30 1190 O ADDITIONAL - LOCALb. Mr. * and -Mrs. Jones Fuller, of .4reeniwood, S. C.,. are visitiny in Pickens. Mrs. B. D. Garvin mnd son, Jeff., visited1 relatives at Nor ris, Sundaily. S. 0. Skelton, a prominent business man of Liberty, was in Pickens Tuesdav. L. A. Watson, traveling rep resentative for the Brewei Printing Co., - of Greenville spOnt last week in Pickenis. Clerk of Court A. J. Bogg 1116 received the mon ie y for thK pensiolr's for thi.s couty11 ., 11 will be ready to ray It ou this wee~1k. S T R A Y E D.-- On Thi rsd a) night. 23d instant, a vile Son pig, about sevenv wooks old, good ;ZOe. Return to me and --t re ward. S. L. Pace," Pick.:is Mill, Q')i to a- numIl Iber of cli i:,em fIromil the coIIt'rv camew to Pick ol Tuesday, and report thai thle farmles are ge-tting behind i h their work on accoun...

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. — 30 April 1908

Pickens Sentinel-JournaI ?UDZJeND EVRY THURSDAY MORNMIO. -BY The Sentinellournal Company. TuowmsoN & RioHEy. PRows. J. L. 0. THOMPSON. EDITOR. Subseription 81.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rtes Reasonable. Entered at Pickens Fostofice as Second Class Mail Matter PICKENS, S. C.: THURSDAY, AI'PRIL 3(1, 1908. Smoothing the Way. -"My lawyer told me he thought i .d have a bard time establishing is under the will." did you say?" &ed him how much more money .nted." -' When They Are Quiet. "I like to go to church." "Why?" "Well, it's comforting to see a man keep a hundred women or so quiet for 'on hour."-Bohemlan. A Lot ol People Owing Me. There was a man who lived around; He has moved away and left the town. There are men all over the Union that owe me, and I need the money. But I can't get it. People iii Oklahoma., Texas, North Carolina, Georgia, Ala bama, and, I think, there are some in heaven that owe me, for they have left this world, I hope there are none in hell that owe me, for ...

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. — 30 April 1908

FIGURES TALK YEARS BOXES SOLD 1888.-... 8,750 1892. 155,375 1897 290,954 1901 475,215 1903 500,690 1906 530,690 The best evidence that Bliss 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 such diseases as Rheumatism. Constipatidd, Dyspepsia, Kid n e y Diseases, Liver Disorders, Eczema. Scrofula or any ailment arising from Impure blood. Bliss Native Herbs is effective because it is made from pure roots, herbs and barks and con tains no opiates, minerals or alcohol. It is guarantqed under the United Stater Pure Drug Law. Each box contains 200 tablets for $1.00 and if no cure results, money is refunded. 'It ia made by The Alonzo 0. B1SS Company, Washington, D. C. Can not be found in drug-stores and Is SALE BY------. F. A .Finley, Pickens, S. C. Mail orders receive prompt at tention. 4june'08 TIME IS fIONEY This is just as true in regard to Sewing Machincs as anythinor Ose. ...

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. — 30 April 1908

ft Ii I S 'ft I, LI We l)tiSiI1C~ ~ i ~ ~'~iIitA~ TV hi S I ( The s losices I', Abemi; I'll i iii II. I ~'.', 4. T HE II R E TE RE, SM .Mi ANI) DAM~AGE are now o'ering fA: the Ii t h m in ourit carecr a Fire sale. .i alrS ~i ( i -;m l y (. S~ P an ~s 61-g God lin 1ad huew b: ~~t W ~~- dtj 1 sale will be an jev Ipee n~ nd1ue. The pr1i wli be slaughtld. (. ong the arLcies offeredJ are v111 followVir and children's suiits n'inl .knee panuts. .0 best and stadrld8 lines of Underwe; airei~ lines of Monarch anid Eclips Sh~i Ul Spl ing l ine of HTawes Hai~ts. tli lin of Tnuniks, Suiit Casos and Bag ds of Cothing which we are~ usingfor this sal :, is the production o ros. & (o., Ilaltimior'e, Il. I. uppenClheimelr & C., ('h'cay;, IL. Adler & Bros., stoches er. e are thle highiest grades of clothmig oni t he : (e here' at your d sposal at conlvincing prices. 14 oT-A AMA kE4 .4i 11 11 y Ito

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. — 30 April 1908

Pickens Sentinel-Journal Happeniigs of a Local and Persenai Nature. A. J. Boggs vis ' last week. and Mrs. W. A. - nday, a fine boy. Don't forget . that I am here to do any kind Of repair work. Bicycles a specialty. R. E. Gooa win, at H. A. Richey's store. TheinegoBorry Anderson,who recently escaped from the Pick ens county chain-gang, was cap tured in Anderson, Saturday afternoon. B. L. Caughnian, at present railroad commissioner, a id a candidate for re-election, was in Pickens, Monday, seeing how the land lay. 0-1. . Lyon will go to Liber ty now and then. ,Wha.t is the attraction over there, I Wonder?; He muist go on business (?)-Cal vert Cor. Brevard News. - J. L. Brown, of Pickens, R. F. 1). No. 1, left rITuesday for a' 10-days' visit to his brother, John L., dt Shady Grove, Ga., U'vhoml he has not seen in sixteen years. John Burgess. who escaped from Deputy Marshal J. C. Alexainder and other oflicers ao)Out two mionths ago, was cap tured this we.k in Greenville county. May be t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 30 April 1908

Low Rai Soutt 5oo mile state Far ern Railway in Sout member of s family. 1.000 mile Interchangeab Rta Iway and thirty other j ited one year from date of 2,000 mile Interchangeab way and thirty other roar1 ger, the head of a firm or jauch persons at one time. 1.000 mile Interchangoal Railwny and seventy-five Limrted one year from dal On and after April let, on trains on trains nor in < stations not for the sale of exchauged for continuous Money saved in Southern Railway higher rate. Call mileage tickets, pas R. W. HUN Assistant Gen. Pass Atlanta, Ga. Come t L. .6aft your tracl( order to get oppor to do your trading I am at the Cc ha('e a splendid Ine DRY GOODS See the quality of beat them, do so. Liberty wants you enough to advertist deced." The Senti Come see me, bu' if you buy elsewhe headquarters while Front Street FOR 8AILE-On~e J. I. engine, one J1. 1. ( as hor one J. I. Cua -r a R'oad gains for any o -e loo'ting asp~ve machinea Ad Iressi win, Pickens, i8. C. Notice Final Set...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 7 May 1908

TIE SE E at0 Entered April 28, 1908 at Pickedis, S, 0.1, as seoond class matter, under act of Congvess of March 8. 1879. -VOL .ICEEN8, 3OUK CAROLINA, THURDAY KAY, 7 100 Farilers' Union. Bur'ea1u of * I) fol tAlio -'oniducted by the South Carolina Farmers' Educational and Co'Operative Unioni. Com uu ii leation in tended f o r th In depar ment shoulid be addressed to J. 0. StrilIng. jndletout, Souill Carolina. At the meeting of the State Executive Committee of the S. C. Farmers' Union April 21 State Sec.-Treas. Reid's report showed the Union to be in much better condition financially and as to its progress than the com mittee expected in view of the stringent times. Arangements was made at this meeting for a Farmers Union campaign in this state to begin about the 1st. of July. . For the purpose of supplying an immediate need for disem minating Farmers Union News, after the reorganization of the stute Union, the S. C. Farmers Union News Bureau w%%as rees tablished in February last by t...

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. — 7 May 1908

THE SENTINEL -IOURNA Entered April 28, 1908 at Pickeris, 8. C., as second class matter, under act of Congmess of March 8, 1879. 'L %Vill$ IICI1g, SOUTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY MAY, 7 IO 8I Farmers' Union. Buromu or' . Il'MIiOfimil .t ro orla l n -C'onducted by the -fSouth Catrolina Formers' Fduentional auad Co-Operative Un Ion. CousmunIc triots Ittended for thistlepar munt should be addressedI to J. 4. Striolting, .uomdletou. S.uttb CarolnS. At the meeting of the State Executive Committee of the S. C. Farmers' Union April 21 State Sec.-Treas. Reid's report showed the Union to be in much better condition financially and as to its progress than the com mittee expected in view of the ttringent times. Arangements was made at this meeting for a Farmers Union campaign in this state to begin about the 1st. of July. For the purpose of supplying an immediate need for disem minating Farmers Union News, after the reorganization of the state Union, the S. C. Farmers Union News Bureau was rees tablis...

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. — 7 May 1908

Pickens Sentinel-Journ nMULBHED EVERY THUBSDAT MORNNG -BY. The Sontinol-Jourval Company. TfomrON & Rion=E. PRoPs. J. L. 0. THOMPSON. EmsTO. Subsoription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rates Reasonable Entered at Pickens Fustoffmco as Second clas Mail Matter PICEENS, S. C. 8 THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1908. Skits. There was a time, not so many years ago, when bananas wer a luxury, and eating them waE an indication of extravaganc( or wealth. Not so now. Thic delicious fruit is plentiful and cheap and within, the reach ol every one, and the man that goes along the street eating this fruit attracts no attention. But this change in the condi tion of things has brought about a ctrolessn'ess that should be checked. Throwing banana peelings on the sidewalks. It is dlangerous. A man oil busilnes bent comes hurrying down the street, steps on a peel, and as his head comes in contact w itl the sidewalk the stars that dance before his eyes are envel oped in a sulphurous vapor not conducive to his spirit...

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. — 7 May 1908

E SENT0INLJ URNA. Etatered April 23, 19)3 at Piokons, S. U., as seoond class matter, under act of Cougress of March 8, 1879. VOL.- XXX VIII. ___________________ IC1tS, -SOUTH CAROLINA, THlURSDAY H~AY, 7 1906 for Spot Cash By Martha. McCulloch -Willia Ms Colyright, RNM, by I o:ner Spra;;uo WVOMAN sl:is, I wl.1!.' A In.;n ,.hould~ say, 'Iw1l' No'rrL: renad from ai old V1j o.( 0t:rn!nee book, addIng, tha li1ttle hlugh-: '-T.(-d. how this gonoratiol (iscounts tlt file piece of Ilwr'st' .:wnt imaentaillity ! Wo:!1e:t now. 1! Ive :mot pastsih:::nyhn. I: to:ti they say* thigs, and, bLhold, nh hm r:.. done.." "Which Imeans, if anythin:, th:it yo'r odad o,Mrinror C~lI~ ( go.( t-;OIai . 11In l retort ,od, juil!:n;t hard 1'. t Ihis pilpe. "I don't wOn1 4!(r at it," he we.It on. "You were. so imm~o..,ll;- ertai BItby Currla: would (k: <!eln ml dral of '::r vnture, .'! 1. to, sh'6 rUeCCeded lin a way to nih verybody , .." "Wron:r. ns .-ml," No:ris co!n:nentt ted.I' vi ihook his !I!d, whht a1 ...

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. — 7 May 1908

G FII We ar< businecs c: Thiss Furiishlir This se article i * Amor Boys ar All the Oar cut The uli The tnll The brandu Schloss Ire These they arc L I THE REATE4 RE SMO AND DAMAGE SAL E! now offering for the first time in our treer a Fire sale. ale will include every 0. C. Suit, Pants ig Goods line in the house, which embi -eg *s-I ll - t he41c newly-aalved WRII IAI eLe wvill be an eye-opener in value. The II be slaughtered. ig the artcles offered are the follov Ld children's suits and knee pants, best and standard lines of Unders ire lines of Monarch and Eclips S L Spring line ot Hawes Hats. L line of Trnks, Suit Oases and E of Clothing which we are usingfor this sale, is the producti LAdler & Brs1chester. are the highest graes of clothing on ti here at your disposai at convinwing pric< ROTHSCH GREENVILLE, S. C KE, thirty years' and our full -aces all the price of every_ rmng: V ear. ags. on of such houses as e maketbut 38. aa ILD( sii

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. — 7 May 1908

E TIlE'0 Eutered April 28, 1903 at Pickens, S. 0., as second class matter, under aot of Congress of March 8, 187P. VOL- M VIII ICE~IR, SOUTI CAROLINTA, T2URIDAY MAY, 7 1008 Q, As You Go Thriough Life. Don't loikf for the flaws as yot go through life; And even when you find then It is wiser and kind to be some what blind. For the cloudiest night has q hint of light Somewhere in its shadows hiding; It's better by far to hunt for a star Than the spots on the sun abiding. The current of life runs ever away To the bosom of God's great ocean Don't set your force 'gainst the river's course, And think to alter its motion, Don't waste a curse on the uni verse; Remember It lived before you; Don't butt in the storm with your puny form, But Lend and let it go o'er you. Tne world will never adjust it self To suit your whims to the letter, Some things must go wrong your whole life long, And the sooner you know it the better; It is folly to fight with the 'Infinite, And go under at last in the wre...

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. — 7 May 1908

Pickens Sentinelomoun PUBMDNdD NVEiRE THURWDAT MORWNG -BY The Gentinel-Journal Company. TVOMPSON & Rz(o0cr. Paop, J. L. 0. THOMPSON. EDITOR. Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rites Reasonable. Entred at Plokens Fosto!Bee as Second Olass Mal Matter IrICKENS. N. C. filh shjui, N AT 7, 1004. Skits. 'Three girls, one wearing a red hat, were treed by a bull near Philadelphia and compelled to remain in the tree during a thun der..storm. which ruined their Easterhats. After C. R. Sneed had been acquitted of murder at Holden ville, Okia., his wife pinned a rose to the coat of each juror and gave arnfuls of flowers to th judge and attorneys. Lee Davis, a negro, six feet five inches high, charged witi stealing a Bible in St. Louis, ask ed the police to get a ministei "so' s I kin git forbidness." Mrs. Maggie Mann, aged 48. killed herself with carbolic acih in St. Louis because one of hei boarders complained that hi room was not properly kept. A gander on the farni of Henri Strassm...

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. — 7 May 1908

Pickels Sentinel-Journdl Eappening. Of a Zeeal and Personal Nature.* You cannot help 9(hig11 the page ad. of Gaines & Gassaway Bros. in this issue. Miss Floride Carey, of Con verse College, spent last week with her parents in Pickens. Mrs. J. P. Carey and Mrs. J. C. Jennings visited Mrs. D. F. Bradley, in Easley, last week. Bailey Robinson was so un fortunate-as to lone a very val uable horse, one day last week. There has not been a person committed to the Pickens jail for two months. This speaks well for the County. Mr. A. W. Bryant one of Lib erty's best called in Monday and pushed his subscription ahead for a year. There is a movement on foot by the young men, to organize a branch of the .Y. M. C. A. in Pickens. - Mrs. E. A. 'Gilreath is attend ing the meeting of the Federa tion of Women's Clubs, in Greenville. J. M. Jameson' at present magistrate of Easley township, is a candidate for sheriff and announces this week. A. Jeff. Welborn, who has served heretofore as a commis si...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 7 May 1908

Not 0 To work ofi The people c a long time, ai our stock of g( at a reasonab price down ju The people i back and trad fled customer and our trade to Anderson a mers to come, and the price Come to us prices, and if - We have had a splendid trade so on an extra force of efficient help, have t e:l our bills and can offer you these good and if necessary we will quote prices, bu a little" for you. Try it and see how che We I a prices thal on each sl whiich yo that it si and price. of Clothil Now line to be cry pair well as C Menol's, CLOTH:E We have secured the services the larest creations of the Milliner's art. come at our store and are urged to comi TO TH E LA DIES: We have inl. please you if something in NICE DRES D~omestic Plaids to the finest Silks, etc., PATTERNS: The .Ladies wvill fin -terns. We' also have the large Fashion READY-MADE WAiSTS: Beant ladies line underwear in anything you wa sQur Grocery Department is compl< Flour! Miour! We handle only one bri MAJ1ESTIC-made by ...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 7 May 1908

P"Ckn1s8 ll4nl-journal VeWMua aVar! TaUneDA MONING. -BY The entel4ournal Company. TaoN & BICur, PWows. J. L. 0. THOMPSON. EDroU. Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Bates Rewsonable. gutered at Pickens FvestoMOe as Second class Hail Matter PICKENS, S. V.: THURSDAY, MAY 7,1908. Pension Roll for Year 1908. CLASS B. F M Cassells, J M Philpot. CLASS C-No. 1. A W Bryant, Marvel Cash, Jas F Cauley, Jno W Connelly, J A Fllenburg, R A Fraser, W es, David Hendrix, Geo drigks, G W Lesly, T J D P Mahaffey, Samuel i F Nelson, G W Roper, J F Smith, E B Stevens. P G Thomas, John T Turner, J T Watson. CLASS C-No 2. W T Aiken, J H Abercrom bie, Jeff Arnold, J AAbercrom bie, Aaron Bishop, E F Bag well, Albert Babb, P P Barton, J S Brissey, W B Bramlett, H D Boggs, W Boyd, A W Brock, L W Bridges, Geo C Chapman, A Cameron, B A Cassell, W W Chappell, F P rmen, Jose Chap .:.ress, P Chapman, aian, Wni Rick kert, W S Durham, G W Dorr, W "\Duncan, W P Davis, S R Day, 'H Dillard, S Dodgens, Henry ...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 7 May 1908

IT OF GRIDIRON DINNER. .,*Pinafore" Parody on Assigning Sur. geons to Command Naval Ships. 1,he principal topic of Colversattiol moeg naval oflicers in Washington Uth other dty was the perforlmanlce of the parody oil "Pina 'fore," givel re -:n by i le ( iriiloll cillb of W -18ii 5:noi at tsinnr he-ld in thle p e of tie presldent, says at spe I di.pailieh to the Nev York World. anyv a1iny al navy ollicers were t, an( tie poillici ai aspects of the linnt'r were dwarfed ill their Ininds by ithe "roast" n tlie now polley o' pa'.ingsumans n cmintuiof ship4. Thep~to~l wS1 sng by a utimbervi .)f riinrsintnva uniform. The wi.-:, ~ ~ ' v.W(rl;si ho enth11lsitn or - u men. Nas to the air of Sir :*. i i 'ori r's solo: I was a ml I served a term ' : . :a "'t: p tee grew Ill . %Il rave ' Wni p r wi or a <11111nine pill. - i na .e 'eI*l I regoric or a qu. ve ',m paregoric so carefullee I ai the ruler of tis great 1 Ihied to go to sen, nce them'o astonished ie. rs did itot secm to know ;' that ...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 7 May 1908

.appeningg of a Local and Personal Nature. "Tell me ye winged winds that 'round my pathway roar,' Do ye know a little town where the boycott hit the floor? Keep your eye on the S.-J. an watch it grow. A pretty fair line of advertis ing for a boycotted paper. There is a great deal of, grave yard whistling around the edges these days. When trading with our ad vertisers please mention that you saw it in the SENTINEL. Scissors sharpened and made to cut like new; 10c a pair. R. E. Goodwin, at Richey's store. Alert business men are sitting up and taking notice these times. Business, not spite, is their motto. .The man who pays for his paper, reads it. Shrewd adver tisers call for a "paid-up" list these days. We've got it. Our subscription list is a large one, a paid-up one, and covers the county like the dew. Ad vertisers take notice. A word to the wise is sufficient. Some of the Pickens mer chants go a long ways around to inform us that trade never has been so good. We were under the imp...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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