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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 30 July 1908

The folOWIng clever and able article on the subjectdlp permost In every newspapet man's mind, "advertising,". by Victor Smith, the 6Qm the Tip of the Tongue" man of the New York Press: ADvEITSE. Dear Tip-What 13 the short cut to publicity? I have been striving in vain to get into the newspapers these seven years. What can I do? PUBLICITY. Strive your hardest NOT to get in. Steal a million. Rob another fellow of his wife. Spring a sensational divorce. Beat the bank at Monte Carlo. But the best plan of all is to ad vertise. I am in favor of the pay - as - you - enter proposition. Commercial houses, thoatres, ,ircuses, etc., pay their way; why should not society and the professions do likewise? The general press is under no obliga tion to you. Address the busi ness office at so much a line, and you can obtain all the pub licity you require. Some news papers are not profitable because they GIVE AWAY vast quan tities of space in free advertis ing, or puffs, to the undeserving. The time i...

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 July 1908

rA vpie ~the geolo 8tis-,-01 e!ogCal .9 - tpeyy tou& i tS It turned -Awn-W6rd' 4 f his will, but- nor eonpei. tt showed that t- e I own Attfingi~1i resulted from slight nd-idatchae~ for-uncouselou., *lgQs'In tie .iuclintion of his body. the. eftects '6 which were conmiRuIn!. Vat&d through .the arms anti wt-lsts to lle rod. No [novemeut of the rod from causes .outsido the body couli be (I tected. and it soon becaie obviou that the view held by other men of science Is correct, that the operation of the "divining'rod" is generally duo to unconscious movenieitEr of the body or of the-mureles of the barad. The e\. periments u3e show that these move ments happeu most frequently at itlaces where the operator's experience 3as led himU to believe that water may be found. The uselessness of the divining rod Is indleated by the facts that the rod - may be worked at will by the 61jerator that he fails to detect strong currents -of' water running in tunnels and other 'hannels that afford...

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 July 1908

raMMMa DYEar TRUBIDAr oMata. -BY The Uentlnol4our aawm@ny TQMPsoN & RIonar. Pawr.& J. L. 0. THOMPSON. Efses. Subscription $1.00 Per Annutn. Advertising Rate Reesonable. Batered at Pickens Fustofmlce as Second Class Hall Matter PICKENS, S. C.: THURSDAY, JULY 30, 1908. Satisfactoril, Settled The many readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that all differences between the mer chants of Pickens and this paper have been satisfactorily settled. A committee has informed the editor that a majority of the merchants, in the best interests of the town and county, and to create a better feeling among all concerned, have declared that 'the agreement between the mer chants is no longer binding, and the so-called boycott is called off. J. E. BOGGS Hon. Julius E. Boggs is an aspirant for congressional hon rs. His announcement appears n.this paper-that is proof that 1"e is in the race-and his friends are talking his candidacy, and that is how we know. We know another thing, that is t...

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 July 1908

bL 1U :l:e of bicgole royairs, enjlAa .spokes, rims, -Wes, ce Soet, etc., and "6larine" for polshing aU metals. H. A. Excuuy. Hon. J. 10. Boggs spent Sun day in Liberty. Vascoe' Loehr, of Walhalla, spent Sunday in town. Several new faces appear in the candidate column i his week. W. A.. Gresham, of Atlanta, was in town a few days'this week. A. M. Morris and family spent Sunday at the country home of Avery Looper. Miss Hutchins, of Liberty, was the charming guest of Miss Grace Prince last week. Ask Capt. Taylor, of the*Pick ens railroad, if he can throw a rock without hitting his chip. Misses Marie H. Michel and Lula 8. O'Connor, from Charles ton, are visiting Mrs. E. A. Gil reath. . Mrs. Henry Bivens and two children of Waxhaw, N. C., are on avisit to Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Bivens. Mrs. J. W. Cochran, of Cal houn, is visiting her brother, I Td sister, Mrs. J. 3 Pickens. Ashmore is on a Luui ufL th ,-est. She will visit California, the National Park and other places of interest. Miss Gra...

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 July 1908

FINEPRIA1TU. Care With Which, ThOy Are Treated by Amatcurs and Collctors. I low enteful collectors and amniateurs 1f fine engravings ar-e of their trehs v:-es is ilustrated by a written agre meat that a local firm of dealers.in -U(h thling s had to sig1 recently when h ey wanted to borrow xeveral partel-ic larly rare eng'aving for inl exhibition they we:- ' I::'ve la their galleries. Thie own,-r ot 'E :1I luIn"'S lasi'st<';d tht frnm the ti.ne the hex 11 whllch tIh.% prinits were' e::t to tlo dealers was 4open1ed la tl ! iop no int1s11 . int thbre -of the j-uuior. pa:'tuer o' the firma were 1) touch them. 'lihe owner stipulated expressly tOat the m1emnber of the firiu wasio tal:. tiem ont of the box. frame them ljin3:el f. ha n them on th., walls aind -lwhen the thow was over follow the p erint:: he!% t::'g3 teivae. various rtages until a po:'ter was ready to rerew the cover of the. pileting box on ;;a*ai. The li:luts were so rare and fine that tl.. Junlor partner cheerfully agi'...

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 July 1908

IP4 Way thuio 71.~l~ck6 S APPARAT I SIMPLE, A Qouple of Se''n's Ohares, a Trpio Of L Shaped Iron #i a Heavy Ham mer and a DOLAfFwin. Will Take Him in Safety to the Summit. In the climbing and repair of chim. peye-And steeples It is, as In so many of the uliward steps oI life. umloubt edly the Atyt which coduts, says the New York Times. Once set your man. with a ball of twine tucked in the pocket of his coat. safely astride the 'coptg of the--big - brewery chimney which reafN its bulk of brickwork per haps 800 feet above surrounding roofs or on the apex of the steeple of a church, his arm around the weather vane's vibrating pole. and- you have hte Means by which ropes, ladders, sceffolding and all the necessary structure for examinattion and repairs may be brought Into place. To get the flrst man to the giddy summit-that is the question. There was a day when. this was not inTfrequently niecomplished by what t first 8ight mighjt appear the so what filvolous method of kiteflyitg. A kit...

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. — 30 July 1908

CO-OPERATIVE UNION g : F AMERICA Pickens Coiy Union Column J. T. 15000S. RiV. W. C. SEABORN and JOEL MILLER. Committee in Charge. Demonstration Werk a Grand Success Last October the United States I epartiieit of Agriculture in igurated the ftarners' co-oper alive ettoi demonstr-ation work iii a nimber of cointies in Geor gia 'Thei work la(d been carried on in Texas aid other Southern States under the direction of Dr. S. A. Knapp, of Lake Charles, La. The entrance of the boll weevil into Texas was the direct cause of the department taking Ip the work. Later the nation a I board of education took note 4of the work and made a consid erable dlonation for the exten Sionl of demonstrations in the cottoi states not affected by the bl)( weevil. The educati onal board appro priated $80,000 at its last meet ing, for the extension of the dern onst ration work in Georgia aid South Carolina. This.. money is to be spent i'i 1.ractical work aiolg the farmers of these states. These demistrfation pa...

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. — 6 August 1908

Entered APH 8 9 tPoes L09W wt b atr ne o fOnrs fM b8 89 P-(RI ge U NT IA VVTIlg six mle 1armerB are about through l fa qrps are looking fine, ic d0ti the drouth we have had for the past-three weeks. Ou-cmnutjty was saddened on tle afternoon of the 22d ult. *hen the.deth angel hovered over the heme of Mr. and Mrs. 0. R. Abercrombie and called home the sweet and beloved spirit of the little one-year-old aUghter, Ruble, who was sick for.the past month with fever. She bore her sufferings gently, and all was done In earthly power to save her, but God saw 1it to take her away. "L'hrough all pain attimes she'd smile, A smile of heavenly birth; And when the angels called her home, She smiled farewell to earth." He renmalns werelaid to rest on the following day at 11 o'clock in the Six Mile Baptist cemetery. Rev. B. C. AtkInson conducted .a very impressive burial service. The pallbearers were four little girls-Pearl, Leila. May and Beulah Garrett. The bereaved parents have the heartfelt sym ...

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. — 6 August 1908

Democratic Vitality. Did you ever consider the rel ative inherent strength if the Democratic and Republican pee ties, as shown by the record? Let us look at it. From 1868 to 1900, the year of Mr. Bryan's last unsuccessful race, both in cluded, the total number of pres identiaLvotes cast foots up thus: Republican...........44,872,504 Democratic..........43,137,840 Republican maj... 1,734,664 We recall at once that in the early years of this period, in 1868, 1872 and 1876, the recon struction business took many more votes than this majority from the Democracy, and put them in the Republican column. We recall, also, that from 1868 to 1900 the aggregate negro vote cast in the northern and border states for the Republican party has probably been from 3,000,000 to 8,500,000. But we pass these matters by and take the vote as counted. For a generation the Republican party has been in possession Qf the public patron age, the Democratic victories of 1884 and 1892 not affording time to prune d...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 6 August 1908

14 Ahnktek 6tt~to~9F are formd In great no . laty, of them wander Ovr 'the euntry -te pad uniolested otbeor, bee fortunate. ate taken bty hunses and, put Into cages (Kotterl provided with covers (Lattengitter) to keep out *the ruin. There cags are called in aerman Lat tengitterwetterkottew, and the kangn roo, after his imprionnaopt takeo the name of Lattengitferwetterkotterheu telratte. One-day at asuesin (Atten ateri was arrested who bud killed a Hottentot woman, ROttentotuutter. the iuother of two stupkl and stutter Ing children In Straettertrottol. This ..woman in the .Mrimn langtage is en titled Uottentotenstraeottertrottelmun t ter, and her assassin -tkes the name Hottentotonstra6tternmtterteter. The mumderer was confined ha' a kangaroo's cage - Beutelrattenlihbsgitttrwette. kotter-when a few days later be es ciped. but fortunate4y The was recap tured by a Hottentot. who presented himself at the nayows odice with beamfg face. "1 have captured the AKtenteter," saId he. "Which on...

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. — 6 August 1908

Th Bentinel.Journal Compay Too'SON & RE0aT. P*opa. J. L. 0. THOMPSON, Barrou. Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rates Reasonable. Rutered at PICkta FustofDCe as S00nd GlauS Hail Matter PICKENS, S. C. 2 THURSDAY, AUGUST 6, 1908. " ie editor of this Aiken are the tnd no one, un )mditions, would g to give him a m we, but Pick - A,- a favorite son in the race, one equally as compe tent to represent the district, one whose every energy will be bent to help his district, one whose native ability and legal training will put him in the forefront of that august body from the yery time he is sworn in. We think we voice the son timent of the people of Pickens county when we say they will not vote against Mr. Boggs. A goo(d many of our exchanges are copying an article from the "Mill Workers World," a paper published in Greenville, in which the editor of said paper boosts Mr. Aiken and calls on ALL THE MILL i.eople to support him. This editor should"shinny" on his own side or move in...

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. — 6 August 1908

,J, on, ot th 2d inst o r. ~. 1 H. Craigof TIcl. 4. wnty campaig dopened If 1 y last Saturday and the ia candidaes outlined their a .al platforis. iss Nettle 1%rter has return 4 from a two weeks' visit with relatives- and friends in Seneca ad West Union. Messrs. Claude Thomasson and J. P. Carey, Jr., visited Mr. Th6masson's homefolks in Rook Hill last week. B. F. Farmer, of Pickens R. 1, lost a fine mule last Friday from colic., His neighbors say this animal was easily worth $250. Lucius G. Gaines, of Central, is very ill with typhoid fever at Black's sanitarium in Green ville. His recovejy is hoped for by all who know him. The bridge over the Gully on the Anderson road, below B. B. Gilstrap's, and near to Griffin's mill, has been rebtftlt and the road is now open to traffic. By the way, quite a little in terest is beginning to be mani fested in reference to the county fair. It can be made a success yet. if everybody will go to work. FOR SALE-50,000 good sap shingles. Will deliver t...

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. — 6 August 1908

How Sylvanut. Crabb Esoape Being Tarred and feathered. INCIDENT OF THE LATE PANIC Man Who Always Had Run Down the Town Met His Waterioe When His Neighbors Determined to Save ths Factory and Also Enjoy a Joke. . Sylvalius Crabb wvas the town scold of Coryville. Ile was a native of the place, but no stranger to whom he talked ever woul have susp'ected the fact. Sylvat:s never missed a chance to abuse Coryville and everybody and everything in Coryville. "Yes, sir." Mr. Crabb would remark. transferring Ih!s uild of plug tobacco from the right to the left side of his mouth, "this here old town ain't (It for the junk heap. Why. I've lived here, man and boy, for forty-nine years, anud the town's been goin' dmyn ever since I can recolect. Yes, sir. Coryville's a mighty pore town to live In, but some of us can't get out." The stranger to whom Sylvanus con. fided these lifelong l:npresslons would sit patiently I his chair on the hotel veranda or tand patle:it!y at the depot awaiting his train...

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. — 6 August 1908

Slady fe.o$*bI* 4if Ing at MeOregor, Iiia I .ot of bild lIfebreits;&Ipt'5Ml *1) teciatLion for the itews whicht fre iently appear among- the notes ,v!nd g for a wore adequate protection o1 to birdis that are such good friundseol man and particularly of the farnel ad gardener. Our friend points ou hat It I.s thounemployed "fool will the gun," young adul old, from th< towns and vilinges rather thain rel dents of the country that does the imiost damage in destroying helpful bird lirfe .and the polut Is one that in mos;t lu stances will have- to be admitted While professiug friendship for bird life in general, she in comoillo li other students draws the linet on, t!e English sparrow as an all aronii)d nul. sance, as it consumes comparatIvely few insects, destroys the eggnc and mests of other useful birds and. above all, is a spreader of diseaseg in its ca pacity as scaven r of the anim l ex cremeut in pouhry an(1 barn yards. 'The point would seem to be very well taken-one that sh...

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. — 6 August 1908

Mill FARMERS' EDUCA11ONAL AND CO-OPERATIVE UNION * -,-OF AMERICA - Pickens County Union Column J. T. BOGGS, REV. W. C. SEABORM and JOE. MILLER, Committee In Charge. It seems, Mr. Editor there are a good number of farmers who are standing aloof from the organization known as the Farmers Union, waiting to see it succeed, waiting to see it get the minimum price for their cot ton. Now let us look at one cause that has kept the minimum price from being an accomplished fact. Suppose the farmers of this state were thoroughly or ganized and would fix a day and every man that had cotton stored in the mill warehouses in th's state would all go the same day and call for their cotton to be delivered to them (the farm ers). What would happen? Would it not cause some of the mills of this state to pay any price they could get cotton at so as to pay back to some of those farmers who have stored with them for the last two or three years? Think about this matter .and then ask yourself the ques tion: ...

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. — 13 August 1908

'V.,. r. hat'r Api i' -'MUI 0.S LF-MI N . To the Dsmooratio Voters of the ott Judicial CircOit of South Carollsa. Ili announcing my candidacy, I I wish to state briefly my expe rience in the court-room, 'my advantages to learn the law and familiarize myself 'With the du ties of the solicitor's.office. I served for three years as law clerk for Hunt, Hunt & Hunter,, of Newberry~ S. .neto~i olina,andiave served as comrt. stenographer of the-10th judicial. circuit for six years since com pleting.my law course. Ihave been in court continuously dur Ing that time, taking the court proceedings in short-hand and then writing out most all of theI Important cases after leaving the court-room, thereby becoming familiar with every phase of the law. I have also asated Solic itor Bogge in preparing most all of the indictmlntbi-as well as getting up the testimony, and I ani perfectly familiae with the duties of the sollcitor'g office. If I am elected nothing in the office will be new to me, hav...

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. — 13 August 1908

GANDERBONV8S August Forecast. Co(uorrIIT 1908, BY C. U. RIETH It was August the third, And quite soft were the skies, And it might be imagined Bill Taft was likewise; Yet he played it -that day upon Bryan In a way politicians despise. Which they met on the train, As all candidates will, And they wagered a dinner In test of their skill The winner to make the best put on The homely cognomen of Bill. "bl suppose," Bryan said, Stirring ice In his tea, "That in view of the times, As between you and me, The smaller the bill is the better, The which any one will agree." "Very clever," said Taft, Here is mine: I've a hunch, You are not very strong, (And he gave him a punch), For they don't like a long over due bill!" * * * * And the Peerless One paid for the lunch. August was named for Au, gustus Cosar, nephew and adopted son of Julius. August was every bit as great a man, but his uncle had a better press bureau. When the Black Band got Julius, his nephew was but 19; but he had already worn...

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. — 13 August 1908

orthe i*ul thn n. tihtrams in'te southe naoun6Wtains Within t;A aae. irland, West iia, Hn, South 'Carolina, Georgia .Aabi. kenti'ky fnd Tennesee atdiu int'White moun fains In te stateasof New Hampshire and, Man. Ainoug the more impor tant Provisiona ofthe bill are specinea tions of te conditionA under which title Is transferred from the indivIdual to the federal government permission being -giventeept teitle to minerals or standing timber on tracts that may e-transferred. T h. secretary Is em powere to -adertise for lands In the teveral states and must take 0900iibat atre offered af glie ItI price, but only after the legislature of the state In which the land se'located shall have consented to the acquisition of th and by the United States for forest. purposes. The bill sets aside~$5,O@,O30 which shall be avallabie lmmedlately' upon the passage of the bill for the purchase of the lands mentioned. Pro vision is also made for the sale of agri Oultural lands wbich may be located in the...

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. — 13 August 1908

The Sentinel-Joural Company. TOMrON & RICHBr. PEoPs. J. L. 0. THOMPSON. EVo3. - Subeription $1.00 Per Annum. t Advertising Bites Reasonable. ntered at Plckefni FOstOM0C a Second Olasse Mail Matter 8 t PICKENS, 8. C. t THURSDAY, AUGUST 13, 1908. i Conscience. Reason, sense, common-sense, nderstanding, inmost thought 0 >r feeling, real sentiment.-[Dic- 8 Aionary. d That is what we wish to call tour attention to-reason, real sentiment. This is a political Y alk and we want to ask a few c pointed questions: n Is there any "real sentiment" .n supporting a man for office %gainst your own county man? Is there any "sense" in your voting against your own home man for an office? Is there any "reason" why Y one man should be kept in an office when there are other equally as competent men offer ing for the place? t Again, is there any "common- i sense" in turning out a good man to accommodate another? S Now, then, let's argue some. Where is "the tie that binds," or by what sentimental re...

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. — 13 August 1908

-.W. White and family, ol Anderson, are on a visit to Mrs N. F. Thornley in Pickens. J. %. A,hnire and family, of Pckensu. art sijting relatives ir T rc:ai I vani' county, 1. C. Mr. J. M. Nimmo. 4is on a fii 1'o the family of her son, Ma r. Nimmons, in Pickens. Th coun IIy campaign Is warm iag tip a hotle and occasionally you can hear a political discus sion. Miss Alice Finney, after a few days visit at the home of her father, returned to Atlanta Sat urday. McD. Baker will open a music school at Concord church, be ginning August 24 and continu ing twelve days. FOR SALE - Several thor oughbred Rhode Island Red Cockerals at $1.00 each. E. H. CRAIG, Pickens, S. C. it Mrs. W. H. Johnson is again in Pickens, to the delight of her many friends. She is stopping at Mrs. E. A. Gilreath's. Miss Irene L. Clark will open her nusic class on September 1, 1908, at Liberty S. C. Studio at the residence of Mr. J. C. Foster. Lost .on the streets of Pickens, one gold bracelet with engrav ing on it. Re...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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