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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 7 May 1908

The effect-of M1 You catch cold down because of th Strengthen y< Emuls fon. It builds new blood i system. ALL DRUQOISTS GANDERBONE'S May Forecast. 0 COPYRIGHT 1908, BY C. H. RIETI. Wake me early,niother darling, When the east is growing gray, For I'm to be queen of the May, mother, i'm to be queen of the May. Put the alarm clock close beside you To announce the break of dawn, For I must rustle out, mother, And get my glad rags on. Wake me early, mother darling, For I've business to be at, For I'm to be queen of the May, mother, 1 have the biggest hat. The pass-word for the month will be, "What's the score?" Book install ments will be paid on the 1st. Gas meters will run slower, aid presidential candi dates -will ruii faster. Pride, which has beei going before a. fall, will go behind a go-cart. Strawberry measure will be: Trwelve quarts make a crate, One pint makes a quart, Top berries make a sale, Nobody make a kick. Mr. Taft will appear at Chic ago, and eigage quarters in the ga...

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. — 14 May 1908

THE SENT IN LRNA Eutered April 23, 1903 at Pickens, 8. 0., as second olass matter, under act of Congress of March 8, 1879. Vo , * PICEENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY MAY, 14 11008 N. '. Twelve Mile River Association. Trhe Ministers' Conference and Union Meeting of the Twelvc Mile River Baptist Association will meet with the Cheohee Baptist church, Oconco county, S. C., on the fifth Saturday and Sunday, the same being the 30th and 31st of May. . rogramme as follows: Introductory sermon, by Rev. B. F. Murphree, Saturday morn ig, at 10 o'clock. 11 o'clock a. m,-Quories. Ist. "How shall we over cone the world?" Opened by Rev. D. Littleton and Jesse Lay, Jr. 2. "What is the first thing to do in becoming a Christian?" Opened by Revs. J. B. Colley :and J. L. Hudson. 3. ."What does love and sel fighness do in churci work?" 'Open\i1 by Taylor H. Stewart and Revs. B. F. Murphree and .L. M. Lyda. Sunday morning, 10 o'clock -Song service, conducted by Prof. J. L. Murphree. 11 o'clock-Sermon by Re...

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. — 14 May 1908

Pickls sdRllne1-Journal E*UBJSHED EVEBY TH1URSDAT MORNING. -BY The Sontinol-Journal Company. TUOMPSON & RICHI. PRors. J. L. 0. THOMPSON. EDITOn. Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rites Reasonable. Entered at Pickens rostoMoO as Secoud clast Mail Matter PICKENS, S. . : THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1908. LET UP. THE SENTINEL editor and the correspondents have all had a fling at thei boycott and said their say; it is not manly to fight a man when he is down and we should, under those circum stainces, be fair, so lot us all drop the subject and devote our best energies to making this truly more of a comnty paper than it has ever been before and push every section of this grand old county to the front. 1)iscuss farming, education, religion, politics, social evils, or whatever vise will be for the, best interests of the county at large. The towns of the county and every section, every school district, and every cross roads, should have a correspond(lenjt.; we want some one from each plac...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 14 May 1908

- - P!CKENS, BOUTH CAROLINA, THIDAY MAY, 1 10 : * 6 i 4 Thriving Liberty. Our town is very quiet; not much doing among the mer vhants, as the farmers are too busy with their work to come to town only when they are obliged to. W. 11. Glenn, of Columbia, visited the home of Mrs. Bessie 0. Smith, Saturday and Sun ,day. Mrs. Robert Bryant and chil dren of Atlanta are spending this week with Mrs. W. L. Boggs. Miss Leila Alford, of Green -ville, visited Mrs. J. H. Brown, Sunday. W. B. Glenn, accompanied by his little niece, Marie Smith, spent several days last week with relatives in Anderson. Rev. J. C. Bailey filled his regular appointment at the Presbyterian church, Sunday morninig and evening. Prof. Walter Taylor, of Greer, was v nong f riends here last week. The many friends of Mrs. E. B. Richardson will regret to hear that she is again quite sick. Mrs. B. W. McWlhoter is vis iting her uncle, Major. Frank Bradley, at Easley, this week. J. F. Jennings has returned from a few days' trip...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 14 May 1908

Pickens Sontiiel-JOuial VUBMSHED VEBRY THURSDAY MORNING. -BY The sontinel-Journal Company. TOMPsoN & RIoHur. PRwOs. J. . . THOMPSON. EDITon. Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rates Reasonable. 5ntered at Pickens Postomo as Second alass Mail Matter PICKENS, S. C.: THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1908. The Georgian's reply to the "sold-out" chargeof the Atlanta Journal was kind o' straight from the shoulder, says the Au gusta Chronicle. Up to the present time, we believe, President Roosevelt has not gone so far as to call it "my congress," cruelly remarks the Chicago Tribune (Rep). The Houston Post thought fully reminds the "misguided people of Savannah" who de stroyed that 1,000 gallons, that "'wilful waste makes woeful want." The Rome (Ga) Tribune wants all hands to forget that "'a young lady is suing the South ern road for S1,000 because she had to stay over night in IRome." When you come to think of it, Uncle Joe Cannon is gener ous not to insist on drawing the salaries of all the c...

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. — 14 May 1908

IE SEFNTINEL RN Entered April 23, 1903 at Pickens, 8. 0.. as seoond class matter, under act of Congress of March 8, 1879. .GLO 'UVUi, PICHIM, SOUTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY MAY, I 190B 7. -ADDITIONAL LOCALS. Miss Hattie Earle is visiting in Williamston. Cwo fresh.young cows for sale. JAIES M. GILLESPIE, R. F. D. 2, Pickens. Another typo will be with us Monday next, and then 'we will be able to handle any ad-all business that comes our way. The cool wether,or something else, is keeping the candidates from budding fast this spring. Maybe th6y are'afreid of being "hoycotted"-by the voters. A team from Clemson crossed bats with the Pickens boys last &Bturday on the latter's dia nond. The game resulted in a signal victory for the visitoi -The second quarterly confc vice for the Pickens charge wat Ivild Monday -last at Bethlehem. Presiding Elder Duncan being present and preaching an excell etu sermon. Presiding Elder Duncan preached an excellent sermon in the 'Pickens Methodist church Sunda...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 14 May 1908

Pickens SeonlnelWournal p'-i 'D EVERT THURSDAY MORNINO. -BY ,ntnl-Journal Company. JOMPSON & RioHr. Piiora. J. . . THOMPSON. EDITOR. absoription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Bates Reasonable. motored at Plexons rstomee As secona Clam Mall Matter PICKENS, S. C. s THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1908. I am in receipt of a number of anonyinous communications. I do not attribute the writing of them to any person of standing in the conmniunity. People of honor do not resort to such methods. I have only a feeling of contempt and pity for the author, who is known to me. ZEKE. A Credit to Upper Catolina. There are few stores -in the South that have made the rapid progress as that of Tie J. Thos. Arnold Co., of Greenville, S. C., whiose a(lvertiselleilt appears in this paper. It is no loiger necessary for people inl th Pied mont section to send to large cities for the better class of merchandise. Tphe ArniolI C.'s store is 240 feet deep, 55 feet adl(1 two floors. Every in g de sired by the fair Sex il...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 14 May 1908

Alp Mature. JUST LISTEN Y' A MOMENT Keep your eye on the S. -J. and watch it grow. A pretty fair line of advertis ing for a boycotted paper. When trading with our ad vertisers please mention that you saw it in the SENTINEL. .1o pays for his Shrewd adver a "paid-up" list tnese uayb. ,,e've got it. Our subscription libt is a large one, a paid-up one, and covers the county 'ike thq dew. Ad vertisers take .ndice. A word to the wise is sufficient. Petit Jurors. The following is a list of the pestit jury, drawn on the 12th (lay of May, to serve at the en-. suing term of the sessions court, with J, T. Foster, P. S. Robins, A. J. Crane, E. C. Williams, James Green, E. A. Christopher, J.H.Ballentine, Easley, S. G. Dbrr, W. R. Dalton, P. P. McDaniel, H. W. Garrison, S. W. Youngblood, Laban Mauldin, Allen Durham, W. McFall Baker, B. C. Robinson, R. ML. Holden, J. H. Brown, J. R. Lathem, W. J. B. Chapman, I A. B. Walker, T. J. Watkins, E. ML. Gilstrap, Elias Day, Boweni Stewart, - J. E. Davis, ...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 14 May 1908

Rickets. Simply the visible sigi are not forming rapidly e Lack of nourishment i * 'Scot1'i Em lsic * entire system. Stimulate Exactly what baby ne ALL DRUGGSTS, 0N. j Liberty. I was glad to see the last S.-J. t full of advertisenents, and I hope they will be kept up.. Some may think it won't pay them, as times are dull, but let1 them keep it up until times are, bjette1r-then they'll receive their reward. I can't appear neutral in this boyeott matter-not built that -way-don't like neutral persons no how; so I take sides with the S.-J. You correspondents and others, hurry up and have your say on this boycott and let us hear something else discussed. How are the prospects for fruit in each section of the county? A good many peaches in this noighborhood, but none at my home. We have a nice orchard and the trees were loaded with peaches. I had visions of plenty for home use, and for the editor and preacher, but alas! and alas! some of the rest of you will have to think of them, when fru...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 14 May 1908

Pickens Sentinel-Journal venings of a Local and Personal Nature. ust s. w it in The Ltinel-A Miss 1aka Bjuggs, of the G. F. C., spent Sunday in Pickens with her parents. FOUND:-Lady's cloak. The - owner can get It by calling at this office and proving property. Court Stenographer M. C. Long is looking over the politi cal field in Pickens county this week. W. H. Ambler and wife, of Greenville, visited his sister, Mrs. E. A. Gilreath, in Pickens, Irst Sunday. More printers, more type, a bigger and faster press is all we. need. Business is coming our way faster than we can handle it. Our readers will do us a spe cial favor, and help our patrons, if they will mention the fact that they saw their ad in this paper. Mr. and Mrs. Green B. Mc Leskey, of Abbeville, are on a visit to Mrs. G,'s mother, Mrs. Lula Bolt, in Pickens, and other relatives in the county. C. N. Bowen packed up his bel )nginig; Moa.-day and shipped them from Pickens to Greenvile, where le is now located. Mrs. 3owen will...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 14 May 1908

Not Over To work off on y The people of Pick< a long time, and the3 our stock of general : at a reasonable pric price down just as ic The people who on back and trade with fled customer is our and our trade has br to Anderson and fro: mers to come to us r and the price that w Come to us for yo1 prices, and if we can We have had a splendid trade so far but wan on an extra force of efficient help, have taken advan ed our bills and can offer you these goods at a low and if necessary we will quote prices, but for the pi a little" for you. Try it and see how cheap it will g We handle the prices that will cause on each suit and out which you haven't 1 that it shall not cost and prices of the gc of Clothing everythi Now we claim line to be found, an ery pair we sell y well as GOOD SH( Men's, Ladies a IFFON S ee ( - We have secured the services of two ex * ~ the latest creations of the Milliner's art. Goods bi come at our store and are urged to come here whie TO THE LADIES: We have in st...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 21 May 1908

_ F SENTINEL=JuUP. Entered April 23, 1903 at Piokons, 8. 0., as seoond olas matter, under sot of Congres of Maroh 8, 1879. VOL. XXVIUl _iiCEEN, SOUTH CAROLINA, THURIDAY LY, 211938 -0 VOTE&o rRMO Don't make a practice of doping your fowls. If the wind blows the mulch off the strawberry beds put it on again. Give the sheep only as much clover or mixed hay as they will eat up -clean. The successful stock-raiser must know how to feed, what to feed and how much. Now is the time to overhaul all the farm machinery and put it in shape for next season's work. Stop guessing and use the scales and the Babcock tester to find out what your cows are doing. The profit on a small flock well kept is certain, while that on a large flock poorly-kept is hard to find at all. It takes judgment to buy feeding stock, as many a man has discovered after he has gotten a lot of feeders that won't fatten. Sprinkle the dusty hay with water before Teeding to the horse. The dust is very bad for his lungs and 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. — 21 May 1908

Not 0 To work c The p3opl a long time, our stock of at a reason price down The peopl back and trA fied custonm4 and our trat to Andersor mers to com and-the pric Como to u prices, and i We have had a splendid trade on an extra force of efficient help, ha ed our bills and can offer you these f and if necessary we will quote prices a little" for you. Try it and see how prices on ea< which tha t i t and p of C1 line t ery F well We have secured the serv the latest creations of the Milliner's come at our store and are urged to TO THE LADIES: We hav< please you if something in NICE D Domestic Plaids to the finest Silks, PATTERNS: The Ladies wi terns. We also have the large Fasl READY-MADE WAISTS: I ladies fine underwear in anything y< Our Grocery Department is c< Flour! Flourt We handle only ox MAJESTIC-made by. J. Allen Smi and we guarantee every sack we sell time in hauling it back to our store i handled this brand exclusively for so behind it and have sold over 50 ca facti...

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. — 21 May 1908

.E SEN I Ei0 Entered April 28, 1908 at Pickens, S. 0., as seoond class matter, under act of Congress of March 8, 1879. VO FVU, PICKE1, SQUI CAROLfNA, THUERDAY MY, 1908 -NO In Memoriam. On the 27th ult., about dclock a. ni., the death ang< knocked at the home of Mr. an Mrs. Whiten, of Norris, an claimed for its victim the fathe and husband of that blesse( home, Capt. Pleasant Whiten Capt. Whiten's health begai to fall him last October, an< while he had been graduall: going down he kept in goo( spirit, and no one had the leas idea of the end being so nei .intil Sunday before he died 61 Monday morning. It was ; -shock to his many friends t hear of his death. Oct. 18, 1870, Capt. White] was happily married to Mis Martha Terrell, both of whon at that time li :ed in Havershan county, Georgia. He worked there for son time as a hand on the Souther Railroad for Capt. Wim. Eades who at that time was section bos on the'road there. After Capt. Eades' romova Capt. Whiten was tendered th se...

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. — 21 May 1908

Pic[ons Selltliol-JOur'lal WUMUSED EVEBE TUIWDAY MORNING. -BY The Sontinol-Journal Company. TUOMPSON & Bwnar. Pnors. J. L. 0. THOMPSON. EDITOR. Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising IIttes Reasonable. Entered at PICkw'e rustolice as Second Class Mail Matter PICKENS, S. C.: THURSDAY, M.iY 21, 1908. Salmagundi. There is nothing particularly new and sensational In the re port from Washington that the president is "figting mad." That has been the nature of his con ph ilnt for some time.-[St. Louis Post-Dispatch. An Italian proposes a tunnel I to tap Vesuvius, to avoid possi- I ble explosion from an obstructed t vent and to supply molten lava 3 for molding into building bricks. t I Between government by the big stick and government by the gavel there is little to choose. I Either of them is a perversion of government by the people. The first railroad was that known as the Stockton & Dar lington, in England, opened Sept. 25, 1825. 'The first rail way in the United States to be...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 21 May 1908

- - . - V.E SENTINELJ 0URNA. Entored April 28, 1908 at Pickens, S. 0., as second lass matter, under act of Congress of .March 8, 1879. VO.XXXVIII, PICID93 SOUTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY MAY, 211900* to tihe food is the camp gear to b used when stops are made for th night where there are no native hut or other shelter; of course, tents t( aeconiodate each party-that is, ti party in each machine. But this i added weight to the equipment to I carried op the sleds and can easily b done away with. The favorite way o the Eskimos for camplug In that par of the country is to build snow house sit night when they get ready to stop. "The wind packs the snow so hart that it can easily be cut into blocki with a long knife. Froi these block in a short time can be constructed a weaall strong house, the cracks being stopped up with loose snow, which freezes quickly, and for the door a large block of snow can be used. ii this way the house is made practical1y air tight. Soon the warmth of the bodies of th...

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. — 21 May 1908

AUOTI The goods that we saved Parson old stand, across t business, and we invi'te our These goods, consisting Men's Suits, Ne Belts, Hat. Are Being O1er< and all goods not sold by S that day at auction, beginni We have some New R< sold at factory prices. All persons owing us on same on or by the 3oth inst no safe in which to keep ou our accounts. We need tI help us at once. We wish to thank you, o be ready to serve you agair Yoi CHAPMAN & CA. Will Our Customer That is the questic store. When we buy qualities and make p ourselves. The pleas object to be attained. let us know and we w The Busiest Man i Always has time to advantage of them. and business capacity, tion that makes him tl Yourself? See us for anything ir can and will save you LIBERTY HARD) Comie to I I want your trade bad e order to get cpportunity t to do your trading and to < I am at the Cooley Y have a splendcid lkne of DRY GOODS, N0' See the quality of my go beat them, do so. Liberty wants your trade enou...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 21 May 1908

Pickens Seninel-Journal .Happtnings of a Local and Personal Pick i' a last Born on the 12th to Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Moore, of Pickens, a daughter. Born on the 10th instant, to Mr. and Mrs. John Bolding, of Pickens, a son. Born on the 18th instant, to Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Newton, of Pickens, a daughter. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hen dricks, of Pickeis, R. F. D. No. 1, a son on the 1lith inst. Rev. N. G. Ballenger, of the Pickens circuit, is visiting in Oconee county this week. -A little child of Ed L. Ham ilton, who lives a short distance above Pickens, is quite sick. Miss Janie Griffin of Green ville, visited h r sister, Mrs. H. M. Hester in Pickens last week. Several Pickens people are complaining of "being under the weather". It is mostly bilious attacks, Capt. Robert E. Steele will address the Veterans, June 3d. He will tell you interesting things. Every Veteran is urged to comie to Pickens June 3rd, and be the guest of the Pickens Daughters of the Confederacy. -Trade with the merchant...

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. — 21 May 1908

FROM OUR COF Pickens, R D 1. 1 -wish to say a few words to t he '"boys;" I'm a boy myself. Bcvs, what men you think 'ou are when you get a Duke f.iga:rette stuck in your mouth, rmh a bottle of booze along with a "popgun" in your hip pocket! Tkiou are then ready to talk to the ".gals" in a language pecu L iarly your own. But any young luuy who respects herself will nat.hold conversation with any pach youngmen. Parents should warn their girls against such W~xiflers. ffloys, you look like so many kools to older people-carrying .courselves down to destruction :ana to a drunkard's hell, or to a .uurdorer's cell. . Then you can took back and wonder what put Ymn there. Then you will see Vthat bottle of booze and popgun. But where are they? They have Neen taken from you and a wall (of rock and bars of steel are be tween you and the outside svorld. -Tden, boys, you can see what 'Tools you were, but you can't see it now, because you haven't yet been behind those bars; but -vhen you get there ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 21 May 1908

BJCHANju The only Strictly Cash Store Upper iarolina In the march of progr F iooving the greatest weel niiinth in this vast store. W derful values in high class s( the utmost. We take it as price, and the people do the each department carefully a that you will find on sale da Millinery. This being our first season in the Mill nery business we spared no pains or e pense in making this department moE attractive and suceessful. A visit to oti show room will suffice. In every sense we have avoided th cormmonplace, from the stiffy trimme sailors and extremely small turbans, to th big dressy affairs with their rare and del eate trimming of Rose Mountain Pompon Aigrettes, and Par: aber that in makin this week for yot sui . .e most harnoniot results. "4Merry Widow" Trimmed Sailors an "Merry Widow" untrimmed shapes, wort up to $2-50, at 98c. Exquisitely Trimmed Pattern Hats i very latest styles, worth up to $12.50, th sale, $4.38. Fine line of Children's Sailors, wort fully $i, special sale ...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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