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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 21 May 1908

Copyri ht: 17: by* Byron William& Holes. Stubble and Fatty and Billy and ME -we wuz a hunting for Holes yisterd)ee. there is a lot of Then down in the Run but we aint got only 4 of them Done! -One wuz a Holo where the Squirrels had hid Vlenty of Kiants-We gist took them and Slid! Nother won down by thee Crick was a Krab! be bilds his Hole oful Queer and Its Drab. he Maiks his Home very close 2 thee Shore 2eaving a lot of Mud daubs by thee Door. trve digged him out and we started thee third 1t wuz the Hole of a Woodpecker bird. next wuz thee Fourth-and a Rabit Hole 2! it wuz so Long that it Tuckered our Crew. !hen we found out Where thee Rabit had laid! Stub struck thee Plase with his Grand daddy's spade. Vat held thee Sack very close 2 thee Mouth we had it figgered his gump wood B SouthI that wuz thee Funnikst thing that we Found they wus 2 ends 2 that Hole in thee Ground! there wasn't nothing a tall fer 2 rout nwl we cood do wuz 2 Dig ourselves out. there is a Hole at thee Side...

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. — 28 May 1908

r - CENTRAL SEbTION OF SENTINEl JOUR Entered April 28, 190d at Pickens, 8. 0. as seooud class matter, under act of Congrees of Maroh 8, 1879. VOL- XXXVL!CEUS, I I CARLNA, ?HRDY KAY. 20.1l Central Section This part of the paper will be :a regular feature so long as it is patronized by the merchants of that enterprising town, and everything pertaining to this liart of the county vill go into these columns.. Our only regret Is that our regular reporter and correspondents have not sent any stuff to run this week; how ever, we hope next week to be full to the brim and running over. People of Central, help us to fill a long-felt want for you that .you could not otherwise fill ex cept with a plant of -your own. Come with us and we will do you good. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. R. G. Gaines spent Sunday -with his father-in-law, I. H. Philpot, at Dacusville. Central does not belies e in boycotts, as is evidenced by the ads. of our merchants in this sheet. Our schoo!s and churches are in a flourishing c...

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. — 28 May 1908

Not Overstoc To work off on you. N to g The people of Picke ag 6ouna a long time, and they know.i our stock of general merchan at a reasonable price; we bu' price down just as low as wo The people who.once buy a back and trade with us. Frc fied customer is our best adv and our trade has branched ( to Anderson and fromi Senec mters tQ com.ie to us reg r . ud the prico that will pleas Come to us for your needs, prices, afld if we can't sell yo We have Thad a splendid trade so far but want to increase or on an extra dorce of efficient help, have taken advantage of every t ed our bills and can offer you these goods at a low price and still i and if necessary we will quote prices, but for the present, if you i t little" for you. Try it and see. how cheap it will get you goods. We hiandle the very best Clotl prices that will cause you to purch - on each suit and our guarantee to which you haven't bec.n used to g that it shall not cost you anything and prices of the goods it will be of Clo...

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. — 28 May 1908

TH SENTINEL:JOUJL.RNA Entered April 28, 1903 at Pickens, S. 0., as seoond olass matter, under act of Congress of March 8, 1879. VQL. XXXVIl, FICIS, SOUTH MgOLINA, THURSDA AYs A, 190 A Song to the Rose Legend, "rUNE-I Am a Poor, Forsaken Lover." Oh, to the ,god and the lovely goddess, . Whose hearts are linked by Beauty's hand; Oh, peace and, love to the angel goddess, Where ro.es bloom in the fairy land. The god of Love in the land of roses, In smiles of love saw the god dess, too; 4 From the lips oh, then, of the angel goddess, The beautiful rose received its hue. Oh, may the god of Love and Beauty And that of the rosebud never part; it3 shapes are all so sweet and lovely, Its shaped so near like the god dess Heart. Its folds are filled with :ove and bdauty, So is the life of the golde33, too; J8Q from the lips of the angel goddess The beautiful rose received its hue. Here's to the god of Love and Beauty, . Here's to the angel goddess, too; Who breathed the roses full of sweetness,...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 28 May 1908

PUBIJOIED EVEBY THURSODAY XORNNO. -BY The Sentinol-oural Company, TiTOMPsoN & RICnzy. Pnors. J. L 0. TiiOMISON. EDITOR. Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rates Reasonable. Entered at Pickenis Fostofice as Second Olass Mail Matter PICK ENS, S. C.:, THURSDAY, M.iY 2*, 1908. Candidates' Column Aniounceients of ciididates will be rui' un. der this heiul itntil the primary election for $5, cash in advance. Local notices, or "puffs", will be charged for extrit, according to the space they occulpy. ati .te tilount of strain on the editor's consecice. N N writeup for less than t5. or Jonresx,3d District ,Vol? SOtttter 10th Oircouit I ant a caiindidiate for tile oille of Solleltor of tle 1uth .Judicial Circuit of Sonth Carolina, suibject to tile rules of the temoeitie party. I have servel ti court cotinuhuously for several yearis its ourt steilogrillpher after completing my law coirse aill I iam fimiliar with lthe work in'gs of the~ con im al .' iA)ONO, I helebly anitoimee miysie...

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. — 28 May 1908

ilE SENINEL 0R. Eutored April 23, 1903 at FickensS. 0., as second class matter, under act of Congress of March 8, 1879. VOL, xxxl HCKi, SOUTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY MAY, 20 1908 In the Running. J. C. Jennings, who is an nounced for Sheriff, is offering for re-election. , Every man, woman and child in the county knows "Cal," and he has many friends who will work hard to keep him in office. J. M. Janieson, the present magistrate of Easley township, is a candidate for Sheriff. He has served. the People of his bailiwick faithfully for several years and made a good official, and his friends pledge that he will discharge the duties of the Sheriff's office unswervingly and without fear or favor. R. R. Roark offers to be sacri ficed on the altars of his county. He wants the office of Sheriff, and wants it bad, as you will see by a card published else where in this paper. Bob makes a plain statement of facts and says lie is fitted for the place and wants the salary. Every body in the county know...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 28 May 1908

The Fasti wwq~Keeps up TO HAVE BEEN FIRST PROVE T WO "STR The Power of outlet IS THE Cue I Or Lo sr Pri It is an undisputed fact that Quantity reduces cost. But behind the possibility of Quantity buying, must stand the power of the Outlet. The great selling, the wide territory over which t3 distribute goods, the being in touch with many cus tomers not only in Greenville, but over many coun ties-this together with the greatest wholesale and retail trade in the city of Greenville, we have the most effective weapon with which any buyer can buy. World over, makers yield their lowest cost and best bargains, not by sentiment or favor but to buyers who can talk Quantity and buy in Quantity. Pepe marvel at the piles of new goods being re ceive daily at the Busy Store. "What do they mean by buying such quantities of goods?" is an ex pression heard many times a day, but the most fa vorable comment is from the thousands of well pleas ed and satisfied customers who say: "How can they sell 'em s...

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. — 28 May 1908

wmers no, oniy in u-reenvme, Out over many coun - ties-this together with the greatest wholesale and retail trade in the city of Greenville, we have the most effective weapon with which any buyer can buy. World over, makers yield their lowest cost and best bargains, not by sentiment or favor but to buyers who can.talk Quantity and buy in Quantity. People marvel at the piles of new goods being re ceived daily at the Busy Store. "What do they mean by buying such quantities of goods?" is an ex pression heard many times a day, but the most fa vorable comment is from the thousands of well pleas ed and satisfied customers who say: "How can they sell 'em so cheap?" The reason is easily explained. We are the biggest wholesale dealers in this line in the upper part of Carolina-when we visit the East ern markets, the mill men know us as large buyers Our sources of supply are the same as the jobbing houses from whom the retail merchants buy their goods-but it is not alone due to the fact that ...

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. — 28 May 1908

BUCHAN The Only Strictly Cash Store in Upper Cafolina In the march of progre Following the greatest week month in this vast store. W< derful values in high class set the utmost. We take it as a S price, and the people do the i each department carefully an that you will find on sale dail Millinery. This being our first season in the Mill nery business we spared no pains or ex pense in making this department most attractive and successful. A visit to our show room will suffice. In every sense we have avoided the com monp! ace, from the stiffy trimmed sailors and extremely small turbans, to the big dressy affairs with their rare and deli cate trinmming of Rose Mountain Pompons and ureathes, Wavy Aigrettes, and Para dise Plumes. Remember that in making our selection here this week for your summ -r hat, lies the most harmonious rcs ihis. T'I:rry Widow" Trimmed Sailors and "Merrv Widow" unt.-immed shapes, worth 1 to $2.5o, at 98c. Eviiiisitely Trimmed Pattern Hats in very 1htest styles...

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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 28 May 1908

appe;iu-Ote of .i. 1.aand Perfocna %-' LL;.JLj c1;i Lu i'Lok. ens, June 3d-Veterans' day. Miss Berta Long, of Ander. son, is spending some time with friends in Pickens. W H. Ashmore, who has been.indisposed for several days, is again at his shop. I haversome fine shepherd pups for sale. TAYLOR H. STEWART, Dalton, S. C. Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Bolt, of -Pickens, are on a visit to rela tives in Anderson this week. B. B. LaBoon, the efficient mayor of Pickens, is quite sick, being confined to his bed this week. Miss Mary Lesley, of the Eas Lby side. is visiting the family of, A. M. Morris,!. in Pickens, this week. Rev. Howard, of Greenville, w!' pre4ch in the lehQlhouse mV" 1ui. the secona Saturday evening in June. P. A. Hagood and wife, of Charoeston, spent Sunday in Pickens,on their way home from v siting relatives in Georgia. at Dalton, May 24, Ipell and Miss Laura S. Bowen, N. P., of Pickens county. streets of Pick ig, 18k, initials D. J. R." in it. 'owner at this Court convenes at Pick...

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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 28 May 1908

IFARMERS' EDUCATIONAL AND CO-OPERATIVE UNION * - OF AMERICA VARMLRS ORGANIZING. Tf all fairmers could agree to stand together as ono man, there is nothing they could not accomplish, both In pol. tcs and business. They are being forced to organize in self-defense. Workers in every industry have maious. When employers also have masociations, and with the consolida E'lon of business into large enter ;irises, with ext.e: Ive capital, it be comes a matter of necessity that farip. ers should unite to protect their in. terests. The trouble is to secure mnitc action. The Farmers' Union and the American Society of Equity, organized to protect farmers in the sale of their products, have grown phe 'ounenally, and show great strength. The thousands who have joined this 3Rrogressive movement are not asking anything unreasonable - just a fair .Jeal. Farmers often get the worst of It becanse those with whom they deal are organized, while they are not. The Farmer' Union now numbers 1,400, 00 :niemn...

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. — 28 May 1908

eMM I oPP Is nw ofteed yu. W< so doing we know it r liboi4 portion of the bu goods at right prices wi In fact, our business ha are atter more business, We only ask you to look Some folks complain of the panic affeci paric prices, therefore, we can sell them a place, for you are liable to get "bit." ,A We ht ve a big stock for you to select froi ..~ r ~ Thi! Ilk ( /carry and p I h o n th< Art, can n W( ideas .~~ ..- .acn f great an eg >g Gi Clothing. We have the biggest stock of Clothing in town. Here you are sure to get a fit and sonme thing that is new, stylish and up-to-date, and have your choice of the large number of different styles. Everybody that sees this collection will say they never saw anything to equal it, so if you haven't already bought your spring or summer Suit be sure to see me before pur chasing elsewhere. Shoes This is one of our most complete and attractive lines. Shoes for Men and Women - E in both high and low-cut, tanI and black. Guaranteed to be Ma&...

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. — 28 May 1908

May Come, I Rice Goes Making Prices to Th is season's goods to go now, wh: Nice line Shoes froi Car load of Rolle: Still selling Shell: Watch this spacE continuously offeri I am now buyin ever goods are on begin to come in. I. D. Proprietor Nor: NORF L. Omi w.x , Pnes. W. H rex ny "N J. Aeus.c~xsnen. L. G. G.uxt:s, Farmers Bc of Centra SAFE, SOUND AND CONSE SPE'N DD BUS1NES' NOV. o, Capital Stock $25,00 SFarmers Bank of Centi 1 las (ver faLcility of handling your 1: Ssohcits the accounts of Farmers, 19 Mlanufaicturers, in fact, the b)usiness 0 - PFO PLE. * ~ Savings Departm Call now and let's make new acqlu il you have an idle dollar, we shall have you entrust it to our care. Fi' Interest paid on time deposits. S1 .oo starts an account. liERE TO DO BUSINE If at any time you should find it n y~c ireful consideration. Restaurant--. Fancy gr These are two things wve all hunt somneti I am running a Fancy Grocery (Canne *. ~ .Biscuit Co's. Goods, Ice-Cold D~rinks, Ciga etc., etc ,) and f...

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. — 4 June 1908

THE SENTINEL 0 RN Eutored April 2a, 1903 at Pickens S 0., as second olass matter under act of Congress of arch 8, 1879. VOL* XXXVII1 PICIaSS, SOU-H CAROLIN, THURSDAY JOSE, , 10 GANDERBONE'S June Forecast. 0 -COPYRIGHT 1908, BY C. I. RIETH. It was the seventeenth of June, And great was the conven tion The vote was coming pretty 0soon, And thrilling was the tension. S'Alabama!" cried the clerk, .And some there were sent daft, When a U. S. marshal showed his head Out in the seething mass, and said: "Count 22 for Taft!" The Cannon men turned pale as I ghosts, And the Hughes men gaspcd for breath The men for Fairbanks clung to posts As colorless as death. "Arkansas!" the clerk ex claimed, And the hall shook fore and aft, When a spry postmaster,. white of hair, 1Hopped to the main deck of his i:hair, And cried "18 for Taft!" 'The Fairbanks men exuded gr)ans, And the Cannon men shed tears And the Hughes men uttered no 1e but moans That once had uttered cheers. "California!" boomed the cler...

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. — 4 June 1908

W. L. GASSAWAY, PRES. H. J. McGEE, CASHIER. Farmc of C SAFE, SOUND A OPENDD BUS Capital Si Farmers Bani Has every facility of h1 solicits the accounts < Manufacturers, in fact, i PEOPLE. Savings I Call now and let's m if you have an idle d< have you entrust it to o Interest paid on time $i.oo starts an accom HERE TO If at any time you shi an accomodation of u., cireful consideration. CENTR A L1 R0 Hlas on hand several cars of Cotton Seed Meal $i.50 pe Cotton Seed I I ulls (I 5oc. Seventy-five barrels of GO Every sack guaranteed. CENTRAL ROL Central High School Closes. Te Cent ail liih sehool, wit] Mr. J. A. LyIes as Superinten dlent, closed a most successfu yea rs wNork wvit Ii a pp opriate an4 el erfniini4g4 exercises, May 28t] and 29th. Thursday er'oning two drill WeIre given by tie intermediat grades and a play by the ninti grade. l)uets and solos from th music class interspers8ed th numblers of the programme, af ' which Mr. J. J. McSwaij Sbrief, but impressiv '- the exerci...

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. — 4 June 1908

OPP Is now offered you. A so doing we know it liberal portion of the goods at right prices - In fact, our business I arc atter more businc We only ask you to lo Some folks complain ci the panic al paric prices, therefore, we can sell the 1) ice, for you are liable to get "bit." We h ve a big stock for you to select _,6. car an on A: ca id -C . Clothing We.have the biggest stockc of Clothing in town. Here ycu are sure to get a fit and some thing. that is new, stylish and up)-to-date, and have your -choice of the large numile: of -different styles. "Everybody that sees this collection will say they never saw anything':to equal .it, soif you. haven't already bought .our spr-ing or summer Suit be sure to see me before pur chasing elsewhiere. Shoes This is one of .our most complete and attractive lines. Shoes for. Men and Women in both high and low-cut, tan apd black. Guaranteed to be l - the best on the market, and at s3 prices that will actually aston- i ish you Ve are here to deal fai...

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. — 4 June 1908

Pickens Soltilel-Jourlal PUBIJSHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING. -BY The Sentinol-Journal Company, Tvours0oN & RICHEY. PRoPS. j. ,. 0. 'rHOM PSON, EDITOB. Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertoinug R .tes Reasounble. Enterod at PI'ckens rstntfco a Second Clats Mali Matter PICKENS, S. C.: THURSDAY, JUNE 1908. Ve understand that a report gained currency ill - Pickens Wedlnes(lay that the editor of tihis paper was pushing politics, in that lie was demanding of candilates t) know where they stanid relativo to boycotts. This is a false ilea. This editor does not Care a continental relative to a man's private opinion, nor to what. the candidates do rela tive, to amihouncing, or what the voters demand of them on the stunip. 'lhe c( in(lidates can miake aly ple(lges or promises they see tit, can announce whervl they please av1 think their bost intte8- lie, ani vork for tlle nlost Vutt's, a1l when it Comes time to cast the lallots this elilor will vte a tccoril to the (lictates (f Ils conscienc...

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. — 4 June 1908

Pickeu SeiiineIldollrnal Ha- i Persona Dr . . Globe Oplual .0's. Eyesight Specialist, will be at oar store one day for fitting eye glasses, spectacles and artificial eyes. If you have eye trouble don't fail to see him. He will be at Bolt Drug Co., Wednesday June 10th, afternooni only. FoR SALE-40 acres of land, which is part of the Bob Child's farm, near Norris Cotton Mill. G. H. JOHNSON, Norris, S. C. Rev. Aiken, of Fair Forest, S. C., spent a port ion of last week in Pickens, the guest of his brother-in-law, Capt. J. T. Tay lor. If you have headaches or eye pain from reading, sewing or .;oing out in the bright light, don't. fail to see Dr. Odom while he~re. Dr. Odon comes to Bolt & Co-: drug store every three months and guarantees to fit you satisfactorily or refund your money. A large crowd attended 'the old soldiers reunion in Pickens yesterday. Thr iusic was fur nished by the band and a splendid tir Parents, your children's have the oppo ig your childre .y cared for. I ree ...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 4 June 1908

Sessions Court. Court convened Monday, and from the number of indictmients handed the grand jury, the fol liwing cases were disposed of: .J oh n Evans, iiiurder; verdict, manslaugiter with recoiImend iti ion to Imercy; senteneed to two yea irs on chain gang. HLirry Roseiond, assault and battery; guilty; sentenced to pay tine of t 75. d,. 1. Brown, attempt to kill; Verdict returnle(l for assault and hathry of high and aggravated nat tur; seitenced to pay a fine ef ' 00. Ben all. arson; verdict, not Miss Olive Boggs Newton, as sault and hattery; verdict, not guilty. kis Hiargrove and Julia Har grove, breach of trust; verdict. Iot guilty. Court adjourned Tulirsday evemnig. Presentment of Grand Jury. State of South Carolina, Pickens County. Sum mer Tern of Court of ('neral Sessions. To H1m. George E. Ptrinwe, Pre siding Judge: We, the grand jury beg leave to make the following present mieit, to-wit: WVe have passed on all hills anded us by the Solicitor and 1i11le 1suc ret urns as in ou...

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. — 4 June 1908

UJnly Strict. Cish Store in Upper Carolina In the march of progr Following the greatest weel month in this vast store. W derllull values in high class se the utmost. W e take it as price, and the people do the acli department carefully a Ilitit you will find on sale dai Millinery, This being our first season in the Milli nery bus'ness we spared no pains or ex pense in making this department mos1 attractivc -nd 5csfuil, A visit to our show room will suffice. In every sense we have avoided the rmninie Frota i the stiffy trimme< y small turbans, to th< th their rare and deli se Mountain Pompon Aigrettes, and Para nber that in iakin this week for youi te most harmonious results. "Merry Widow" Trimmed Sailors an< "Merry Widow" untrimmed shapes, wortd up to $2-50, at 98c. Exquisitely Trimmed Pattern Hats it very l1test styles, worth up to $12.50, thiE sale, $4.38. Fine line of Children's Sailors, wortl fully $T, special sale makes the price 4oc Ready-to-Wear 250 Viekirtsmin blakl...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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