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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 13 August 1908

By FETRIGG REGISTER, ROCKOD .I CORRE$PONDENCE $0LCIT ED The citrus fruit crop of Florida for the year 1907-8 is placed at 2.295.072 boxes against 3,826.018 for 1006. Afore damage is done the uncovered strawberry bed during the months of February and March than in the ear lier portion of the winter. The total clip of wool In the United States for 1907 was 298,294,750 pounds, Including the washed and unwashed product. Of the total output there were 130,350,118 pounds of scoured wool, valued at $7S,203,105. About the easiest money made on American farms, entailing no drain upon the fertility or the soll, is that re turn secured from the flocks of sheep which consuie the largely waste vege table growths to he found thereon. There are four things that a farmer of good health Is Justified in going into debt for-namely, tiling the wet acres on his farm. a manure spreader. fences that will enable im!1 to keep sheep and a soft water cistern for the good house. wife. Oil of lemon in aleahol a...

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. — 13 August 1908

........ ...... When th .Sdor Lads In the Navy, Turn Laundlryen. A 14ARD JOB IN BAD WEATHER Zash Matv. With "is Peet and Legla Bare, euha HI& Own Clothes and Gets Them Ready For Inspection. mmy Legs!" and the "Lucky Bag." Have YOU.Aver notited how clean and wel dressed a 'sailor lad looks when -0a sh o leave. how white dis clothes Iook When8 You board the ship on via. Iting days? -But did you ever realize 'that he was his own washersan? With a shrill blast of his isilver whis e the chief boatswain's mate will ipe, " etsb and wash clothes!" and every man hurries to his bucket. gets big soiledl clothes salt *rater soap. -draw a bucket of briny or fresh wa -ter as thsecase may be and begins his owashing. i He tI generally barefooted at this tme, so that he will not wet his shoes and stockings. He wears his trousers very bellshaped at the bottom In order that he day roll them up over the Qukee. After scrubbing and rubbing his -clothes until clean he turns them ins tide out and with ...

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. — 13 August 1908

I.mm.-.e ese - FARMERS' EDUCATIONAL AND CO-OPERATIVE UNION ..-- OF AMERICA = - Pickens County Union Column J. T. BOGGS, REV. W. C. SEADORN and JOEL MILLER. Committee in Charge. LIBERTY, S. C.-The Pickens County F. E. and C. U. of A. will hold an educational rally at Pickens court house, Satur day, August 22, open to the world. Everybody invited to attend, especially those interest ed in agricultural pursuits, and that includes the whole human family. Among the prominent speakers to: te with us on that occasion is G. M. Davis of Geor gia, who has been State lecturer of Georgia, and who conducts the Farmers Union department in the Atlanta Constitution, and whose work in the Union all well informed union men are more or less familiar with. Rem nmber everybody is in vited, nd that includes your family. By order of C. T. Hutchins and J. M. Garrett, County Ex ecutive Committee. td NEWBERRY, S. C., August 8 The Farmers Union is now hold ing its educational rallies in the state. Pres. B. Ha...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 13 August 1908

- M ~M i .......... 'or the ye.te6:,% eof theen the wbol ofb It is the BaEart h tmake the Notemn -A a ate the nost aQfit#* ) the whole 9oc. traded 'for a hi what is sup th largest -borses' . Tor, they ~does not know how '.ing to Iea, there for hope that she bthe ono who Itber # not eae and. add. - ,i y Ssh4he-al:i In -dfferent the.a uat groind for CMomplaint. A.Coeding Plted Ag. ures, lard bihle single packng -hh. td from the United J pre tl. nble tlaM 4 eits ndgoesk tot a r *Is of markesn1 it fxxo heyneIt'046 4x"s.4"A 'fst A5t S FlaX 1~~~ alace es ubder&4ellei- 1I acorse a nywhere else. t 4here thjeplauat* It 1s ~ 1pOII hat it !#4l~ Sot Or.st, ti"4 te 4 )tse he1*"0 0-~0 h n lover *~t~oteedcU~at ton,~efQer': adltoi e~ * .X~k~tua~p '*if ossi t It * ~ condition ~eA~*'~~te ak~he pK~t~$IqwU~iooetre ogh ~w tbod ~ 6~rtarm 4 3Weigtt tef and 4~res ex lt tot al - ttes - es note 41. te -is of th. 0tod lots.,tarted - ouid receive. ;The fYry live one just, OtAte -and federal depa ore than a...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 13 August 1908
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. — 20 August 1908
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. — 20 August 1908

e .gntinel-Journa1 Company. Tiboxesex Baronr. PAna. J. L. 0. TOMPSON. Easton, beoription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rates Beeonable ed at Piolen FoutoMce aS Seond Cla Malt Matter PICKENS, S. C.: IURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1908. The Tail Wags the Dog 'Personally, the editor of this per and Mr. Aiken are the 3t of friends, and no one, un e ordinary conditions, would more wiling to give him a irth terni than we: but Pick s county has a favorite son in 0 race, one equally as coni tent to represent the district, .e whose every energy will be nt to help his district, one hose native ability and legal lining will put him in the refront of that august body )m the very time he is sworn . We think we voice the sen nent of the people of Pickens unty when we say they will t vote against Mr. Boggs." 1Pickens Sentinel-Journal. "Rather than voicing the sen nent of the people of Pickens unty, the above seems to be a lorn appeal to get the people Pickens county to voice the itiment of the editor of the n...

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. — 20 August 1908

11* 1F * - 10'2R . nto Mi. and Mrs. Dock 38wn, of the Field section, a R.- A. Stovall, of Lavonia, *a,, and H. M. Hester are on a visit to Table Rock this week. L. Davidson, wife and children, of Atlanta, .are oin a visit to Mrs. D.'s sister, Mrs. E. B. Webb, in Pickens. Mr. - Bolt, of Otterheim, Ind., visited the family of his uncle, Dr. J. L. Bolt,-and other 1elatiyes in Pickens, last week. J. M. Hayes has moved to town and is occupying the Grif fin house -on Ann street. Mr. Hayes is working for Craig 'Bros. Dr. .E. P. West, of Clarks ville, Ga., who has been quite sick. is now on a visit to his daughter, Mrs. E. B. Webb,' in Pickens. R. M. Baker will give a con- 1 beit at the close of his school at Pleasant Hill, Saturday night, Aug. 22, to b3gin at 8 p. m. Everybody invited. Members of Bethlehem Union will please take notice that there will be no meetiug of the Union August 20th, on account of the speaking at Pickens C. H. J. T. LOOPER. I I. Webb, of Pickens, who a Andrews, N. C...

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. — 20 August 1908

JD. J ABiIg00*O*~ vacation, I wfil give0 account of our trip to theb a tiful Sapphire country with a party of fourteen. The first place we came to after leaving Nimmons bridge, situated on the banks of the beautiful Keowce, was Salem, in Oconeo county. After stay ing there some two hours we started for Whitewater. Night overtook us before reaching Whitewater, which made it very dark while passing these noted falls. After going some four miles we reached a place known by everybody as Beauhanie, a love ly village. Here we spent the night at the Hinkle House. Well, after a good night's rest, bright and early we start ed with a 4-horse taem for Sap phi-le, five miles away. After reaching Sapphire,while crossing the great suspension bridge over the mighty deep, some one suggested that we give three yells, for we had found the great Sapphire lake, the wonder of the world Shortly after reaching Sap phire we started for Fairfield, two miles away; the scenery just below the dam is beautiful ...

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. — 27 August 1908

"'. .r Rtsrsa April 289 190M at Plokon,8.0, sseod lm mdtea under at Of (Ongree of darch 8,1879. VOL. 2?1 VUL 1~~~ICIEII, Slft 9110A~ A ?11 210 [M TA~e 7lg RESULT -OF ]Democratic Frimary Election PICKENS COUNTY. August 25th, 1908. For Congress-Third Distriot. JULIUS E. 'IO 08 1423 WYATT AIKEN ' 18 for Solicitor-Tenth Judicial Circuit. J. J. M: SWAIN 9451 Mf. C. LONG 674 P. A. BONHAM1 107 A. H. DAGNALL 214 For House of Representatives, J. P. 03%REY 1 P81 W. (J. M AUL DIN .031 J-A. HINTON 101 FRED WILLIA.\i 71S For Sheriff. J. MU. JAB ESON R. 1. ROARK 9-; J. C. JENNINGS 72i For Clerk of Court. A. J. . OUGS 1 i12 F. E. COX 6C4 For County Supervisor. E. F. LOOPER 111 ROBEliT STEWART cot JESSE J. LEWIS 85 For Coroner. P H. BOGGS 1171 D. A. PARROTT 1029 R. T. HALLUM For Treasurer. B. b. (JARVIN For Auditor. 24. A-. CHRISTOPHER 1225 SAM B.lCRAIG 951 F or County Commissioner. G. W. BOWEN- 1128 . Wl MOORE - - 174 A: J. WZtfORN 95 J. E. GASAWAY 88 W. F. YOUNG 551 S. A. MALISTE 640 Over the Hil...

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. — 27 August 1908

SOUTHERN AGRICULTURE. WHEN THE HENS LAY. Our family is extravagant, And always want to buy 'ivery pesky thing they see, Though the price be low or high; Eut money's gettin' awful skerso, 'Tis skerser every (lay, And Pa says we can't do much Till the hens begin to lay. .)fa wants a bran' new range. And a kitchen cabinet, too; Pa says we can't afford 'em, And Ma is in a stew; She frets and scolds about 'em Most all the live long day, And says she'll surely have 'em, too, When the hens begin to lay. Pa wants a new spring wagon And a first-class set o' gears; a; says he can't afford 'em Unless he sells the steers; Va can't afford to sell 'em, But then he needs the pay, it y. day Pa said he wouldn't see him It Just gave him the blues But Ma set aa-dignified, When he asked our monthly bay And told him he could have it When the hens began to lay. Twentieth Century Farmer. NATURE'S GREAT BANK. 'The Land In the Storehouse That S. ntic banks. banks and k failures, VUL WIe OanSj or the world w...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 27 August 1908

Do yta know, :t-pigp aade as aWfUI Noise last t" egan Ban at the bre&kat ti, "Pigs* echood' his' hats, Mrs i Raymond. "Yes; I could hear them quite plain. ly, all down the corridos," he said T hey kept me awake." "Bt there are no. pigs-there isn't a pigsty," protested Mrs. Raymond, ind igantly. "How- could theie be a * ivgsty within hearing diissnee of the court?" Bannatyne paused, fork in hand, meditatively. "Well, all rye got to say is," he remarked, "that there was a. tremendous-I'm sory, but I -tought it was pigs.. it, oeened Mb pigs. But, of ccufse," he esetimned thoughtfuy, "it coudn't be, as ye lay there was no pigm nar." "f course not," said Ups. RoAmad Armly. - Her guests lIoe at am'an ether furtively. "Where did it seem to -eawe mreen?" asked Miss Hetty, wit 6mWtret. Miss Graham hurriedly betyed her. self to tw6 pieoes Ot O.r Ae did ot want, and Mrs. Poiiot addesaed some evidently knportant sm'hk to the footman. don't quite know," saft be re. fiectively. "But I mibs a ...

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. — 27 August 1908

-e* $1.00 Per Annum. ng ites Ressnbe roFetomee s second 01"s ENS. C. 4UGUST 27, 1908. NG OF DODD GASTON, wondered how a man, * ringa white vest that oof things that worry athe advance In the 0,di onds, 4 cd0 ha nothing helps a ,uch In securing aL firm so as a difficult surgieal ov n a woman Is too sick to go to It is my Idea that there Is ovpe thing to do: Call in the phy or,' a consultation. nOan unmarried man has time hlawn and spade uip the ne only looked as well In life ey do n the advertising pages e magazines I should not blame so 0 much for falling In love My experience that a man care much what kind of en ment his hostess devises so a4 he Can have a drink occasion-I and a cigar when he wants one. hdVe noticed that after an affair een a mian and a girl gets far Aalong the increase- in father's bill 'is more than offset by the 19ase lin his light bill.-Topeka JlUST THOUGHTS. Is he who profits by the fool of others. u s a suffer At Is y i ar wth . qyoiethin prpto o Ca i nnphg o...

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. — 27 August 1908

14 Ntutr& - ?LOTICE. All committeemen connected with the Pickens County Fair Association are requested- to meet at Pickens, in the Court House, on Friday, Augugt '28, at 4 o'clock p. m., A full attend ance is desired, in order tht t nothing may be left unfinished that might contribute to the success of the Fair. Respectfully, T. J. MAULDIN, Pres. Miss Carrie Hutchins, of Lib erty, Is visiting Miss Lillian Irene Clark in Elberton, Ga. The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Baker, of Pickens, died last Wednesday and was buried Thursday at the family graveyard. Ruth Rebecca, the 8-months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Holder, of Pickens, died on the 24th inst., and was buried the day following. Miss Lillian Irene Clark, of Elberton, Ga., will arrive in Liberty, Saturday, to resume her class in music. Mi is Clark is a splendid teacher and has a number of scholars who can attest as to her efficiency. We are requested to announce that any church wishing the fall meeting of the Pic...

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. — 27 August 1908

- -SgMS TO t4%gU INVEST UAKflWW peculiar Actiois of Treasury Authori ties During the. Panip. The proposed investigation by the senate of the administration of the United States treasury during the panc will no doubt produce publicity of some extraordinary achievements in the field of finance. 'It is claimed that the issue of Panama bonds was sold to the banks for less than. other people offered to pay, and that in distribut ing the proceeds and the other avail able cash in the treasury the south and west did not get their - fair share. The law, of course, provides that the bonds, when issued, were to be sold to the highest bidder, and .al ,though the depositing in the national.. banks of the available cash in the treasury is left a good deal to the dis cretion of the secretary of the -treas .ury, as to amount and the security for the same, yet the law provides that the banks of each section of the country shall get their fair share. These are serious charges, especially if it turns ...

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. — 27 August 1908

INCUP M R. B u N So N CONDEMNED T6 A DIgT OF HAM. Policy of Deception Brought Woe to New Yorker Who WAs "Batch. Ing" It While His Wife Was Visiting. The last time Mr. Benson told a lie lie told it to his wife, says the ;ew Tork~'Tlimes. He told It just before she went to Boston. The morning she went away Mrs. Benson took Mr. Be son Into the kitchen and showed *h the icebox: "I know," she said, '4ow you dislike eating In restaurants, to I have left enough provisions cooked to last you for several days. He:e are cakes, preserved fruits, saeds and boiled ham.- You can make your own coffee and by boiling potatoes whenever you feel hungry for them you will be spared the horror of 'restaurant fare for at least a week." Benson surveyed his well-stocked commissariat with pangs of insipient dyspepsia. The prospect of dicing alone on cold viands and boIled. pota - tees offered but few more attractions than a course in public eaUng houses fbut his habitual regard for Mrs. Ben son's feelings pr...

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. — 27 August 1908

IFARMERS' EDUCATIONAL * ANDI CO-OPERATIVE UNION OF AMERICA Pickens County Union Column J. T. 15000S. REV. W. C. SEABORN and JOEL MILL ER, Committee Iri Charge. It is very nice anld pleasant for us farmers and laborers to listen to meii that can make a speech-telliig iA how to work 1nl manage to get everything that we need to have--better schools, better homes, better roa(ds and better conveniences in general. Now, I want to say, in the name of heaven how are we to get and to have these things with the prices that are fixed by the other fellow on what we .make to sell to get the different Con1 veiiences? Yes. we make the corn, oats, potatoes, wheat, cotton, and many other things that the business world has got to have, in order to get along in this world, and yet, every other busi ness is to-day fixing the price on the farmer for everything lie buys or sells: and a great nmny of those that are doing this fixing of prices think the farmer ought not to fix any price on whatl he malckes...

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. — 3 September 1908

Entered April 28, 1908 at Piokens, S. 0., Is second a matter, under act of Congress of March 8, 1879. VOL. Tils 110C1311, aisfT I 10 I IDAT 81?TDlK 3190 Pickens C We arc going to have a great -Fair, and one which our people can be proud of. There will be a magnificent array of stock and farm products and amuse - ments of all kinds and descrip tions and description. A brass band with twenty-two men playing vill open up things early on the morning of Sept. 15th, and keep on playing until the night of the 17th inst. Everybody in the county in vited to come and. requested to be on hand every day of the Fair. Let us all get together and make merry and have one grand good time for three days without a let-up. The programme for the first day will be racing of every kind and description, and at night the finest vocal and instrument - al concert ever, given in the county will take place at the schoolhouse. A small admis sion fee will be charged at this concert, in order to help pay the expen...

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. — 3 September 1908

SAVES MUCH LBOR METHOD O1 "FEEDING" MODERhi LOCOMOTIVES. Matter of a Few Minutes Now Wher Fo-merly Gangs of Workmen and a Lot of Time Were Required. The little details that spell progrest the operation of a railroad are fre quently the most interesting. As an instance, take the "Locomotives' board fng hiouse," as some of the men calr the cnal and sand chute near every roundhouse. Twenty years ao 11 took big crews of men to supply the coal, sand and water-the sustenance of an engine. Now two or three men 4o all this work of "feeding" the en glue before they go out, and do It Is much less time than it used to take. When an engine is ready to go on e sun nowadays it takes only a few-min utes to "feed" it for the trip. When It backs off the turntable to the coal ehute switch it is ready for "dinner." in a big elevator there are hoppera full of coal ready to fall into its tank the 'moment the hostler's assistant pulls a rope. This coal is lifted from. coal cars into the hoppers or chutes...

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. — 3 September 1908

Dish--dutter - *auc- With Eggs. --How to Prepare O.9490 Ing ofd Lentills. Yright, 19, by the Donatbr, N. Y-.) Lemon Sauce.a-(ic Whe ed for boed fowls: Pep and beed a large lenmon and cut -in small slices. Chop fowl's liver, which has been boiled, very hne; ad it to the leion, with half aPint of melted butter. Serve In a sauceboat. (2) When used for-Ash: Put a quarter of a pound oC butter in A Saucepan; add .the juice of a large lemon, with pepper 8nd salt o taste. -As It heats, beat it constantly so that It may become thick and hot without boiing. When cooked .suMijentiy, Me move and add the beaten yolks of two -ggs. (8) A sweet lemon sauce for puddings: Boil a pint ot water and a coffee-cupful of granulated sugar to gether for five minutes; then add three heaping teaspoonulM of corn stardh that halve previously been mixed with cold water. ' inally, add both the grated rind and th' juice of a large lemon and a tabidspoonful of butter. Cook until the butter has melted; then serve. Le...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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