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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 4 June 1908

FARMERS' EUCATIUNAL AND CO-OPERATIVE UNION OF AMERICA - I To the Pickens County F. E. and C. U. of A. At, the meeting of the County Uion at Pickelns C. H. June 1, 8 it was I deeild that the Unijon in Picken county could e )eititteil by having a col m111n11 in the county paper to be known Is the Farmers Union ;olumn or D)epartmienlt, and a c1mlitte was appointed to con fer witl the d.4itor of the Senti el-Jouirnal and see what could Je done. Ratisfactory arrange ments were ma(le for a special i fipa rtn ot )for the use and bene lit, of (Ihe Farmers Union. This dpa rtmentwill bie conducted .by the comUillittee o)f the County Un1lionl. Without further re marcs we will procee d to furnish through these columns such in foirmationi as will, iii ou1r judg menit. he of interest to the farm e'rs. n' anld 1(ore especially to the um1eiitbers of the Farmers Union. .14)hN T. loc.s, for C!om1. Some of the Troubles in the Farmers Union. At tii.- time f tdhe year the uIeli1er1s L, et hl1SN willi tl...

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. — 11 June 1908

I VL HE SE NTINEL-J'U NAL E, utored April 2., 1903'at Pickens, S. .. a seoond class inatter, under act of Congroes of March 8,-1879. VOL. UXVIll. 1OCSE, 3OUTH CAROLINA,- THUADAY JUNE, 11108 N Candidates, Take Notice. COLUMBIA, S. C., June 4. To the County Chairmen of th - Deiocratic. Party of Sout Carolina: GENrTLEMEN:-You wNill pleas call to the attention of all cain .T1idates in the Democratic pri .mary in your county the follo w Ing act of the Legislature, al' provcd March 6, 1905, and mak it your personal business to so that every candidate files pledge with the Cleric of Cour of your county as required b, :4aid act NO. 4713. AN AcT Making C.ertain Offenc <s in Primary Elections Mis demeanors, and Prescribinj Penaltis Therefor. -3M~CTION 1. Be iit enacted b, the General Assembly of Souti 4arolina: At or bAfore ever plitical primary election hel( by any political party, organiza tion or association, for the pur pose of choosing candidates fo: office, or the election .of dele g...

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. — 11 June 1908

Buchan CLOTHIN All sizes left in br Limi tt Men's Clothing. 350 selected Suits from broken hutely new styles, cut to fit. Ori $8.98, $io and $12.50, must go now at - - . . In the re-arrangement of stock more Suits, leaders at $5-00 This lot will now be closed at .. For the Hol We have just received a big a Vaterproof Coats, also a lot of M $2-50, $3-50, $5.00, $6,5o, and $8.oc Ladies miedium and po Oxfords. All regular $3.0j Oxford 2.50 2.00 " 1.50 1.25 Children's and :Ii,;sess Sandals. Price --50c. 25c, $1, 1-,1.25, $1.50, B North Main New Crisp Sp In Full I Some people say "these ar "Hard times" are the best t~i a little miore thani her m~oml times inl the world for us to F more than your money's wor' to select from--bought sinc *2t ihn' lowest cash pr Very L on all pur chuases in DRY G' We have everything that Notions, Hosiery and Under1 a Panama or Voile Dress. - My prices are. all Special: You will find me in West . for EIGHTEEN.YEARS. A. K. West Eind.ire an =Henderson G SHOE C...

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. — 11 June 1908

W. L. GASSAWAY, PRECS. W. HENRY MARTIN, V-PRES. H. J. McGEE, C4SHIER. L. G. GAINES, ASST. CASHIER. Farmers Bank of Central SAFE, SOUND AND CONSERVATIVE OPENDD BUSINESS NOV. 6, 1906 Capital Stock $25,000 Farmers Bank of Central, S. C. Has every facility of handling your business and it solicits the accounts of Farmers, Merchants and Manufacturers, in fact, the business of ALL THE PEOPLE. Savings Department Call now aid let's make new acquaintances, and if you have an idle dollar, we shall be pleased to have you entrust it to our care. Five per cent. Interest paid on time deposits. $i.oo starts an account. HERE TO DO BUSINESS If atany -time you shculd find it necessary to ask an accomodation of uz your needs will receive our (c-ireful-consideration. CENTRAL ROLLER MILL CO. .1as on hand several cars of Hulls and Cotton Seed Meal. -Cotton Seed Meal $i.50 per sack. Cotton-Seed Hulls 5 Soc. per hundred pounds. Seventy-five barrels of GOOD FLOUR at $4.90 per bariel. Every sack guaranteed. ...

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. — 11 June 1908

Pickens Sentinel-Journa P'UDTJBHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING -BY The Sentinel-Journal Company. TolrovIsON & Rxcuiur. PRors. J. L. 0. TIIOMPSON. EDITOn. Subscriptiou 81.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rites Reasonable. Enterod at Pickens 1tostoffive ats Second Clats Mall Matter PICKlENS, S. C. TIIURSIDAY, JIJNE 11,1908. Office Seekers. A. John Boggs, who has sc acceptably filled the office of Clerk of Court for two terms, 6 again before the people to suc coed himself. Everybody know "'John" and all know him to ht an affable, conscientiius and pains-taking officer-onle whic holds the record as being tei best clerk in the state. This speaks wvell for him. R. T. Hallum, for Superin tendent of Education, asks to Succeed himself and so far there is 11o opposition to him. Richard has alvays beeti faithful, prompt. painstakingz and accoi odatiig in tihe dis(harge of tie duties of his oflice and it speaks Well for him that his oflice is not coltested for. P. H1. 1Bog2s saysM he wvonij make a lian...

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. — 11 June 1908

Pickens S > Journal kHappenings o! nd Persona Don't ft. to H. A. Richey's f -cycle goods. Tires, ba , cement, or anything you a need. Mrs. R. M. Holden, of Dillard, Ga.., is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bowen, of Pick ens. Miss Ruth Hlendricks, a charmi ing young9 lady from Ashville is visiting her friends, Misses Nor ma and Mattie G 1 iffin this week in Pickens. Hon. Geo. S. Legare, of Charleston, arrived in Pickens Sunday to spcnd the heated term. His Iny friends were mighty glad to see him, and shake his hand. There will be a baptizing at Antioch Baptist church, next. Sunday morning at 10 o'clock, and preaching at the usual hour. Everybody cordially in vited to attend the services. R. E. Good win is now the sole aI)d proud possessor of the merry 'o-roind which lie took down anid shipped over-land to Liberiy Tuesday and he vill put up inl that thriving little city for the next two weeks. The little child of Supt. of ed ucation, R. T. Hallum, who was quite sick for 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. — 11 June 1908

FARMERS' EDUCATIONAL AND CO-OPERATIVE UNION OF AMERICA - Pickens County Union Column J. T. i00. RIEY. W. C. SEABORN and JOUL MILLER, Committee in Charge. [OLD1) FOR 15-CENT. On Jume 1st, the State Presi. dents of Farmers Union, met in 3misl Tenn. A full del gatoni was in at tenidence. ie principal ()bict of the :meeting was to estimate the a1rea11an crop conditions. After a (Jose investigation, we iind, 28,832,000 acres planted for 1.08 er4p. May 31st crop con ditions 74, which is the lowest a.vrae' for the list 10 years. Tfhe flooded districts were not counted, as it will be 30 days before the resu lts he. known. 11 we had ( considerel the flooded Iistricts, the acerage wouild have been lower and14 also col(litiol, 1S We (0111(l not figure on soie thing we di(d not know what the outcomie wouhl be. Hold spots, renieiber futures conilot be spun, and 0both Euro pean mnd American mills are about out of cotton. Boys, hold, hold, hold an1d the minimum price w ill cole. 4, 500, 000 hales ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 11 June 1908

Is now offered you. so doig we know i Iliberf[ portion of the goods at right prices In fact, our business ai-e aster more busin< We only askc you to b Some folks complain of the panic panic prices, therefore, we can sell tlh place, for you are liable to get "bit." We have a big stock for you to selec - ~ Yc c Clothing We have the biggest stock of Clothing in town. Here you are sure to get a fit and some 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 in both high and low-cut, tan and black. Guaranteed to be the best on the market, and at prices that will actually aston ish you. A GOLDEN We are here to deal fair and honest w t makes trade. There is no dou...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 11 June 1908

-A T"UWN COULD STORY How Sylvanus Crabb Escaped Being Tarred and Feathered. NCIDENT OF THE LATE PANIC 'Man Who Always Had Run Down tho Town Met His Waterloo When His Neighbors Determined to Save the Ftactory and Also Enjoy a Joke. . ylvaims Crabb was the town scold 'of Coryville. IIe wa1s 11 native of tle place, but to stranger to whom he talked ever would have suspected the fict. Sylvanus never mistsed a chance to abuse Coryville and everybody and --everything In Coryvllle. "Yes, sir," Mr. Crabb would reiark. -transferring hIs quid of plug tobacco from the right to the left side of his mouth, "this here old town ain't fit for the junk heap. Why, I've lived here, man and boy, for forty-nine .years, and the town's been goin' down -ever sice I can recolleet. Yes, sIr. Coryville's a mighty pore town to live In, but some of us Cn't get out." The stranger to whom Sylvnus con fided these lifelong impressions would sit patiently in his chair Oil the hotel veranda or stand patiently lit the...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 18 June 1908

__ E SENTIN L=J OU RAL Entered April 28, 1903 at Pickens, a. 0., as seoond class matter, under aot of Cougress of btarob 8, 1879. VOL. XXXV11l. ?!CEMd, SOUTH CAROLINA, THURDAY JUNE, 10 1008 . WANT COUNTY FAIR lion. Geo. S. Legaro called a mass meeting of the people of the town of Pickens on last Thursday night, the object of which was to look to the success fil pulling off of a county fair in Pickens next September. The meeting was much better at tended than was the Poultry and Fair Association when it was organized, that show teaching the people that things could be done if there was a will. The town was pretty well rep resented by the male portion of its citizenship, and after a brief talk outlining what he wanted to do, Mr. Legare suggested the various committees and who should serve on them. The association is top-heavy with committees and they will be in each other's way. Mr. Legare wont more then geot them straightened out and the work ers picked out before the time for holdin...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 18 June 1908

Bargains all the time t everyone. Tender Sole It's charitable to your sho not fair to your feet to blarn soles when they smart and Your soles are intended to plenty of use, and they will i shoes are right. Stand c smooth inner Crossett sole the foot-comfortable, for h CROS SH 'Makes Lifl $A 0 O CALL ON YOUR D1 4.""" LEWIS A. C| NORTH A81l woolens cind sil] Our Ml1otto: "Quic ---- ,-ams-------- Ito c) ject r--, r FARMERS' EDUCATIONAL the AND -but I oa CO-OPERATIVE UNION ua OF AMERICA I sura U m mj abl Pickens County Union Columni TI IJ. T. BOOGS, RIV. W. C. SEABORN and IOPer jIOEL MILLER, Committee In Charge. Gy loca Tick Eradication- appr The Bureau of Animal Indus- year try of the United States Depart- eXp( ment of Agriculture is resuming ties active operations for the eradi- will< cation of the cattle ticks which mitt prevail in the southern part of Hou the country and transmit the presi contagion of Texas fever of cat- effeC tie. Its men are being sent into a ret the field aud...

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. — 18 June 1908

W. L. GASsAWAY, I Farn of SAFE, SOUN OPENDD Capit Farmers B Has every facility solicits the accou Manufacturers, in PEOPLE. Savinj Call now and le if you 'have an id have you entrust il Interest paid on $1.oo starts au a HERE If at any time y< an acconodation < cireful considerati CENTRAL ] Has on hand several car Cotton Seed Meal $i. Cotton Seed Hulls @ Seventy-five barrels c Every-sack guaranwed. CENTRAL NOTICE OF ELECTION Office of County Sup'. of Elm Pickens County, Pickens. S. t Whereas, a retition from I hold rs a nd (-I* ctors of Libert 8trict No. 11 hms been fued C;outy Boird of Education of c-nnity. asking said Board for sion to hold an election in said to determite whether or not 8chto. I shall be established in s crict. ft appearing to the County 1 EIucauon thaot tho petition ui'e tuire'vnieits of law, there'ore, di i that the truste.- tf iI name111d Diatrict do hol nn .-k June 20, at M. A. Boggs & Co the above stated purpos. The s~all be ma'sagesI:8 a ndl shall...

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. — 18 June 1908

Pickens Soltiol1-JurRl] PUBISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING -BY The SontinolJournal Compa- y. ThomrsoN & RICHET, PROPS. J. L. 0. THO1MI'SON. EDITOR. Subscription $1.00 Per Annm. Advertitiing 1t tes IReasonable Entered at Pickenu Fviostlce as Second UIam Mail Muatter PICKE' .C THURSDAY, J iNE 18, 1908. lmportance of Knowing Worth. "Knowledge is power" is forci bly illustrated in the great powe that would belong to the farme o- manufacturer if he just knev the value of his product. Eterna vigilence is not only the price o liberty; it is the cost of knowi edge-the knowledge of what C thing is worth. The most im portant knowledge for a farme is to kuow what he is worth Not what he is worth in dollar and cents, but his worth as . business asset of the comunitiity in which he lives. The 'estinaft would not he just and right if it did not include his physical mental, moral anud intellectua ability. Every citizen ought t( .be diligent to keep a correct esti mate of his own worth on tles lin...

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. — 18 June 1908

Pkf1) j ,i :I inc fJur '1 0 o f Will Bruce was in Greenville the first of the week. Dr. L. 0. Mauldin of Green ville was in Pickens last week. Mrs. J. C. Jennings is in Col umbia having some dental work done. Miss Mamie Gaston is visiting her parents in Blacksburg this week. Mr. B. F. Parsons has re turned from a trip to Birmling ham, Ala. Miss Frances R-ohinson of Easley is visiting friends in Pickens. L. Rothschild of Greenville is sole agent there for the famous Hawes Hats. Born on the 8th instant, to Mr. and MIrs. W. H. Langston, a daughter. Miss Ruth Ballenger is on an extended visit to relatives in An derson and Greenville. Miss Jane Purdy of Sumter, and Miss Mary Peters of Ala baia are visiting Miss Helen Boggs. Miss Mary McGowan, who has been visiting the Mfsses Folger, has returned to her home in Spar tanburg. Miss Jane Purdy, daughter of ex-judge R. 0. Purdy, of Sum ter, is visiting Mrs. L. C. Thorn ley in Pickens. Mr. H. S. McHagan of the Postal Telegraph Company of Green...

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. — 18 June 1908

A Better Understanding, [Tie following.was handed in t wo or three weeks ago, but our overcrowded columns would not permit of its appearance sooner:' Well, I suppose by the time ihose who read the S.-J. -get their paper, most every one in Pickens and Oconee counties will have heard something cf the l(lconduct that was carried on at Salem last Sunday, and- as 11ty will hair of bad'conduct, anid somie ol worse comduct, and ihat all may know the straight of the matter concerning the hostile conflict with which I met, I will herein try to give full de hails of the matter which, briefly stated, are these: About 3 o'clock in the after noon, whien a large per cent. of the crowd had left, though a large number were yet on the Shuich grouids, (the church had been closed and no one sup posed to be on the inside) sud dejily there arose a thunder cloud, and the rain began to fall fast and heavy. At the same time I could dliscern a cloud of sadness o'ershadowing the usually bright and plea 3ing ...

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. — 18 June 1908

MPP Is n1_\w. offered you. N so doing we know it libe ra4. portion ot the 1 goods at right prices N In fact, our business I are atter more businec We only ask you to Iot Some folks complain of the panic af panic prices, therefore, we can sell ther place, for you are liable to get "bit." We have a big stock for you to select - car an< on Ar cat idt gr Clothinig - We have the biggest stock of Clothing in town. Here you are sure to get a fit and some 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 in both high and low-cut, tan and black. Guaranteed to be I& P the best on the market, and at I prices that will actually aston- b ish you. S. R. I GRU Ui V...

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. — 18 June 1908

NOFA%( fAR Join the don't. worry club this year. Nitrogenous food for the sows thal gre in p1g. Salt the cows every day rather thav tt long and irregular intervals. A steady man and a steady old korse are needed to break the coll 'ight. Don't let the flock run down in con lition. Well-fed poultry are poor sub ects for disease. Feed regularly. The poultry will do letter and will show their apprecia. ion in the fuller egg basket. Profit by the mistakes made last 'ear. Don't fall a second time in the ame way and on the same thing. Better a small farm clear of debt tnd well worked than a great big one ourdened with debt and not hall rorked, The cow with the finical appetite 'ill not prove the profltable cow. The ow must be a hearty feeder to give i generous yield. Can't afford a tank heater? Well, you certainly can't afford to let your rattle drink the water through the hole cut in the ice in the (ank. Of course you cannot dip the sheoi now, but you can sift insect powdei into the wool ...

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. — 25 June 1908

THf SENTIN EL JUR.NA Entered April 2P, 1903 at Pickens,.. (1., as second clas matter, under act of Congre08 of March 8, 1879. VOL. ZXXVUI, 1100,48, 10911 CRMANA, TflUIDATJONS.23 loo EASLEY DEFEATED. In a ,one-sided game of base ball Pickens beat Easley here yesterday, 14 to 1. The E asley boys, though aided by a Liberty and a Brushy Creek player, were c 1 e a r 1 y outclassed, the locals playing rings around them from start to iinish. The entire Pickens team played good ball, both at the bat and in the field, Grandy's work in the )ox being especially good, and but for a wild toss to third he would have scored a shut out. The Easley team evidently had an off-day. Southpaw Cephas Sitton from Brushy Creek pitched his first .game 'of the season, and found great difficulty in getting them over the plate. This Is the same Sitton who pitched professional ball in Virginia last year and who was offered a try out with the Greenville club of the Caro lina league this year. Dr. Will J. Bolt ump...

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. — 25 June 1908

Bargains all the time to e:veryone. Tender Soles It's charitable to your shoes, but not fair to your feet to blame your soles when they smart and burn. Your soles are intended to stand plenty of use, and they will if your shoes are right. Stand on the smooth inner Crossett sole-conform the foot-comfortable, for hours of SHO] "Makes Lifgswa I 0A-L ON YOUR DEALCR OR W 42 LEWis A. CROSSE NORTH ABINGTON. MAt Spring and Summer woolens and silks at tion. Our Motto: "Quick Sales, Buchana Ca ii'tm mman would b U What is said i FARMERS' EDUCATIONAL man that Pro AND own? CO-OPERATIVE UNION u o iahapw OF AMERICA tineasy for fe mamj going to tum1 .~unty Union Column bud is worse i000I. EV.I . .SABR n ThUnoLE.Committee in Charge. Wvill it have to, to get its d< Libt'ny, S. (C., June 22. ]mm. already been it is espec ily desired t hat all other states,, local Unions have a fnll deleLga tion at. the hext coluhty nwleting The State to be held at Pick'ns. July ;tl , The season aL mai&rs of sI...

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. — 25 June 1908

W. L. GASSAWA Far H. . McGEE, ej SAFE, SO OPEN Cal Farmers Has every faci solicits the ac Manufacturers, PEOPLE. Savi Call now am if you have at have you entru I nte est paid S $1.oo starts HE[ If at any tim< an acconodati( careful conside: CENTRAL Has on hand several Cotton Seed Meal Cotton Seed Hull Seventy-five barre Every sack guarante CENTl NOTICE OF EI.EC Ofice of County Supt. of Pickens County, Pickens Whereas, a I c:.ition fr holders and eb ctors of L D:strict No. 11 has been County Board of Educatk cotity., asking said Boar sion to hold an election W to determine whether or School shall be establishe trict. It appearing to the Cou Education that the petitior quirements of law, therel (ered that the trustees naned District do hold i June 20, at-M. A. Boggs & the above stated purpose. shall be mnanagers and shal election in accordance wit of the general statutes, ai ance with the High Scho, State. By order of County Boa tion. . R.T Se4 1735-u College of Chari -Charlest...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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