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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 3 September 1908

F10811 I*l3 fCERO tflftI PUMHI ISD YEET THURSDAy MORNING. -BY The Bentinl-4ounal Company. TuOMPsoN & Bi0BU. POPs. J. L. 0. THOMPSON. Ero fnbocription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Bates Reasonable. satored at Pickens Fjotolce aS Second Class Mail Matter PICMENS, S. C. i THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1908. SEND E, 0. SMITH TO THE SENATE Some Good Reasons Why He Should Represent South Carolina in That Distinguished Body. Some of the politicians have pharged that Hon. E. D. Smith has used the Southern Cotton Association as a means of riding Into office, but the thinking man, the farmer (the real pro ducer of wealth), and even the business man, must admit that the work done by E. D. Smith throughout the South, and in South Carolina particularly, has brought more nim ney to the farmer, the merchant, the doc tor, the lawyer and to every other class, than that of any other man who has espoused the cause of the South. His work has brought results in the increased price of cotton which Mr. Smith...

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. — 3 September 1908

PickensSiiiiiJo ill RappOnIngs of a Local cad Persenal Naturei Nekt Tuesday is the time for the second primary. We have a good deal of stuff that is crowded out this week. It will appear later. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Boggs have returned from a pleasant visit to relatives at Calhoun. Mrs. J. T. Fennell has re turned to her home in Green ville, after a visit to friends in Pickens. 800 bu. corn and 8,000 bun dles fodder for sale at Burdine place on Oolenoy. W. H. Chas tain, Pickens, R. F. D. 8. Memorial services were held in the Pickens Methodist church last Sunday evening, commem orative of James E. Harris. Mrs. B. F. Freeman and chil dren, of Pickens, have returned from a two weeks' visit to her sister-in-law, Mrs. - Phillips, of Yadkin College, N. C. Judge and Mrs. Legare, who have been on a visit to their son Hon. George S. Legare, in Pick ens, returned to their home in Charleston on Tuesday. Hon. E. D. Smith, in the sec ond race for senatorial honors, will probably speak in Pickens ne...

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. — 3 September 1908

A, When takgg jong tram i 'husband- I often suffered feet until I discovered articles of wearing appar91 I 01e silk and of this. niede leggingi which I wore inside of my shoes. Th water could then splash over my rub bors with no III effects. The leggingi tio not impede walking, 'nor do the. Injure the feet as do rubber boots. Good H1ousekeeping. West African Betrothals. In some parts of West Africa the girls have long engagements. On the day of their birth they are betrothed to a baby boy a trifle older than theib selves, and at the age of 20 they are married. The girls know of no other way of getting a husband, and so they are quite happy and satisfied. As wives they are patterns of obedience, and the marriages usually turn out successes. A Frog's Resoue. A correspondent writes: "My son, age 10% years, was working in the garden when a viper about two feet long glided past him. A good shot with a stcno about the size of a cricket ball broke the reptile's spine, while a sharp edge of...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 3 September 1908

CHURCH AND CI5SAY 'Chicago Sinai congregation, In point 0f numbers, is the secoid largest In the union. The New England D'paconess asso elation, through its r0presentativ%, presented its work In 360 churches last year. "The Rose League of Eternal Life''is the name of an organization for personal religion at the Univer sity of Chicago. Rlev.- Thomas Spurgeon has re signed the pastorate of Metropolitan temple, on account of Ill-health. He succeeded his father, Rev. Charles H. - Spurgeon, in 1892. Nebraska Methodism has received a gift of a home for Its superannu ated preachers and deaconesses. The property is the $80,000 residence of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crowell, of Blair, Neb. At Spokane, Wash., plans are be ing made by the Methodist Episcopal Ministers' association to erect a mammoth - temporary tabernacle for revival purposes within the next two months. Rev. Frederick T. Gates, at one time pastor of a Baptist church which John D. Rockefeller attended, Is now almoner for the Standard ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 3 September 1908

M FARMERS' EDUCATIONAL AN CO-OPERATIVE UNION - OF AMERICA - Pickens County Union Column J. T. BOGGS, REV. W. C. SEABORN and JOEL MILLER, Committee In Charge. FARMING IN THE SOUTHJ FERTILIZING STRAWBERRIES. Grewing Strawberries for Marketing Purposes. I Correct fertilizing is far more Im. *pmortant than the selection of the soil, f1or almost any soil will make fine marries if properly fertilized. No soil eaa make them for any length of time without judicious and liberal manur fg. Some of the reasons why it pays to fertilize strawberries are: (1) It vastly Increases the yield, (2) gives larger berries, (3) a better -tolor and flavor, and (4) firmer fruit. 'Ebe last named quality-firmness enables berries to be shipped long dis lances to a market and arrive fresh. Several of the best known varieties were at first considered worthless, owing to a lack of firmness to carry them to the market, and freshness to sell them after they got there. The -remedy for all this has been found in the l...

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. — 10 September 1908

-pi *~~~~~Ier.4 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ I Apro l*~O tPoe~i st1~u atr ne ~ 2 ogso ~ 1Pickens C< FARMERS, TAKO NOTICE, Since our last issue the fertll izer companies have come up handsormejy, and the following is the list of premiums offered for-the best stalk of cotton raised with their different brands: Through: Folger, Thornley & Co., the Etiwan Co. offers one ton standard guano. Virgin la-Carolina-'Chemical Co., one ton standard guano. Through H. A. Richey, Poca moke Co., half ton standard guano. Through Heath-Bruce-Morrow Co., Armour & Co., half ton etandard guano. Royster Co., half ton standard guano, Co lumbia Guano Co., half ton standard guano.. These awards are to. be given for the best single stalk of cot ton raised with the fertilizer of the company offering the prite. For Instance, the farrher who used the Etiwan company's goods (ompetes for one ton of their standard guano, etc. It will also be noticed that the - committee has changed the number of stalks to be shown from...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 10 September 1908

j0 The 5enPin1400raalQ0pn q HOMPSON. EviamQ. $1.00 Per Annim. 8tieing Hates Reasonble. as F>StOMeOO a secOnd Clss Mail Matter KENS, S. C. EPTEMBER 10, 1908. nd Election. election shows a -thing like 100,000 ows too, that the link for themselves stand for dirty poli - returns from over w that in the Sena ,hat Smith has re , and Evans 36,094; Education, Swear Mellichamp, 40, Com., Caughman, er, 48,085. >r Solicitor in this 1am is elected. nty the State offi the following vote: 'mith, 1,950. , 1,506; Swearin )89; Caughman, 1, - 1,609; Bonhani 1, on for county offi -re only two con and county comu d Roark, for sher for commissioner The vote was as "'iff-Sennings, 1, 16. r--Moore, 1,508, wer 2,900 votes s election-more - in the first elec )ne-third. re got the nomi ublic QffiglI og tid lets turn to it three years, and it- will have * iither its worth s.--Athens Ban tine there is no ourselves or try. mnybody else. is sending out dof liquor a day eorgia, but most * state. * ~ is reap...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 10 September 1908

AL ';A U I /,z.1.,4 I COME We are "at home"* in the n HAR to be found in the Piedmont You will find here everytI ware and some few things t] put in a stock to meet your e having to order away from I The Picke Will be in full blast next W( a mighty good time to bring get aoquainted. There is no time like the ; Therpfore the sooner we m< your wants and be able to SU Now then, a word about ware business quite a Iong ti benefit of our knowledge, an Yol And our years of experien ce B y vdiW-mean a saving of take advantage of ou' expor We have come to PiCker ton iPd county--its progri A hmoral and religious infiuenc drawn. We are not at all sc Nest weekc and make our st come you. You The PIck4 * Honest Goods and Low Pricei WND-SEEiUS! .ew Masonic Builditig, Pickens, S. C., L the best line of DW0ARE section of the State. iing usually carried by dealers in Hard aat are seldom carried--'in fact we have very want, and propose to keep you from tome such things as you need. - ns County Fair ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 10 September 1908

:The Sentinel-Journal Compan, TFOMFSN aRICH=.P~&B J. L. 0. THOMPSoN. E"gron. Subscriptiou $1.00 Per Anntun. Advertising Rtes Reasonable. 'Antered at Pickens Pstoftee as $econd cleas mail Matter. PICKENS, 8. 0. ITHURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1908. Some Random Thoughts. Do not keep the family askele ton' in a closet; give it a Christ ian burial. The "family. jars" -hici O. casiohally disturB evry heuse hold are those which tdoni't con tain jam. -When the Woman's club fallE rOievtnnul, try twins. T6e proper place to hang the Akoo Clock is in Switzerland. tSe patient 'with the quarrel ome neighbor; but when pati - ence Is exhausted, get a phono -raph.. With some women housekee Dngoibut a question of dolles ud scents., The most difficu a hi t the youngil jar thocm 4te o tgha ciga ashesar o d ar e th se co c o ta jam.~ te rt m When paregoric fal's to put he babyto sleep try blowIng out the gas.. it is. advisable to clean house ustas often as you wish yom husband to leave town. Be pethe libr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 10 September 1908

gsoa Locl an Married i Mur ,.S. C , on eptember 'id. . J. . Vic tory to Miss Maud Savoia. Rev. B. F. Murphree officiating. Dr. A. C. 8p in, dentist, of Greepville, wvlVe in Pickens Sept..10th for four days and can be found at Dr; olfs dffice. Mrs. Addle .lurphree's fune ral wil'be preached- at Antioch Baptist church next .Sunday, Sept. 18th, at 11 o'clock, ;y Rev. B. F. Murphree. The-"city Dads" are uproot !ig the trees in the middle of the streeL Fair, and other -visitors * will not know -the place when -.they get through their work. Married, at Mt. Grove church on the fourth Sunday in August, Mr.- F. R. Haney, of Greenville, to Miss Anna E. Ligon, of Pick ens. Rev. 13. F.' Murpbre-e of ficiating. A. B. Riggins lost his pockei book last Friday between Nix'i shingle mill, near Robt. Maul. - din's and his home. It contain ed two or three dollars in silver. He will appreciate its return. J. A, Peak is getting hi dwelling ready for occupaicy, and by the time this- papei reaches you he ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 10 September 1908

I A FAMENS1,DJCJ~ CO-0O1AT UNION OF AMERICA - Pickens County Union Column J. T. DOGGS, REV. W. C. SBABORN and -JOL MILLER, CoInittee in Charge. I want to say to Farmers' Union men through the Szw 2IZL-JOUWA, that the Man whd ]has been grading our cotton 'Ws limited as to time, and couldn't grade all of it, but It .will be taken care of at the proper time. This is the first time the farm ers have had a man sent by a big cotton-buyer to grade his cotton at home, It is worth something to us to know what kind and grades of cotton we have by an expert grader whose business is to do justice between man and man. I see that the New York Opt ton Exchange sold 200,000 bales of cotton one day last week at 7@8c V lb. I notice that cotton mills are stopping evey day somewhere for the want of cot ton. Why don't these mills go to the cotton exchange and buy some of this cheap cotton? The mills know they cannot spin cotton made on paper. This cotton exchange business re minds me of a chicken rooste...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 10 September 1908

-Rev. N.' G. Ballenger ts assist ng n a meeting sit Piedmont this week. Miss'Elza McDaniel,. of For evt C.y, N. C., is lseting rela tives in Pickens. The J. H. Sparks shows will beatEasley on the 19tli and at Seneca on the 21st instant. %-. a e 611:ham of Charles E. Robinson, Tr. Is on a visit to the family of his un'le? IsAlah Cox, of Washing ton. D; C. Dr. A. C. Spain, dentist, of Greenville, will be in Pickens Sept. 15th for four days and can be foudtl at Dr. Bolt's office. The services in the Methodist church -in Pfckens Sunday will be conducted by Rev. Leo. D, Gillespie,, of the Edgefield cir-. cult. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. White, who have. been on a visit, to Mrs. J. L. Thornley, in Pickens, ui r l (E o their hoine in left Pickens Tuc6ay evenig for Milwau kee, Wis., where he gbes to ac cept a pasition with an electri cal company. Edgar Morris, who is coinect ed with' the Bell Telephone Co., has beeh kn "n'a i1t to his par ents,-Mr and Mrs. A. M. Mor ris, in Pickens recently. Craig ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 10 September 1908

.Out For T HIS is the time of there is not much do not know .dull prices are two things tha Our goods are the very all, and our prices are as can be legitimately sold; UR entire line is c4 and we can supply Clothing, Shoes, H Hardware, Furniture, B in fact anything you ieei at the right-prices. OME to see us, an, C with us, you will fi ter goods for less i paying. Another car of Majesti< $5-.5o per barrel. Thanking our friends an we hope to merit a conti Gaines & Gi Centr FOR SAFE liw DEPOSIT --- IF LiBERT Their Safe has been tried and'found This Bank has Burglar InsuArahnce,F lose your money.- -- - Liberal Interest allowed on Time you up satisfaQtorily, TI1E LIBE3 H. C. 8BflRa y ,Cahie. SoutResu i 1tS Atlanta', Ga., ali Reeeae.1,90 appl&anoi evify yeali me n aveof- tVop I rysev Uq~en w ob tcat~e ralitoaduland t i 1~i ine Wires - t atenow. Tho PR&j Pres.,c ~ AtI year when trade is dull and buying and selling, but we days. Our goods and our t help to keep our trade up....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 17 September 1908

Nit, - ?mull PIKENS COUNTY FAIR PIOKEN$. S 0. hejfE115-10-11, 1 SOB RULES and REULATIONS PROGRAMNE. Main Street will be closed at 9:80 o'clock and no one will be al lowed thereon except policemen, those taking part in the show and the committeemen in charge of the particular show or exhib it until 4 o'clock each day. Rades will commence in front of Mr. John Boggs' residence on Main Street and end in front of the Court House. Hogs will be shown at their pens on Mr. Legare3' Park. All other stock will be shown on Main Street in front of Mr. Carey's residence. As soon as stock has been exhibited and prizes award ed they will be marched up Main Street toward the Court House to be seen by all. All parties having stock to exhibit please have' same on the side street by Mr. John Boggs' residence promptly at the Hour at which they are to be shown, or sooner, See programme for hour. Thirty policemen will'be on hand to-keep the crowd behind the ropes and prevent injury. These men are instruct...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 17 September 1908

Pdekns County Unigp Colum J. T. BOGGoS, Rey. W. C. SHA BORN and JOEL MILLER, Codnttee in Charge.' F-.f . WHAT THE .FARMER'S UNION DID. ..-In its annual meeting In Fort Worth, Texas, the National Farmers Union did . wo par ticularly wise things. First, it re-elected Charles S. Barrett, of UnioG i, .9a., preslident, sec ond, a secret agreemetint was reached and fixed as the price ehe union will demand for its totton. - rlTo know Charlie Barrett well is to know a clean, square, reso lute, purposeful man. He has devoted every moment of his time practically from its first p ouny beginning to organizing and making great and powerful this organization of farmers. By his devotion, his steadfast adherence to high principles, he has-seen the organization spread from the Atlantic to the Pacific, and from bleak Maine to sunlit Florida. He has kept his own head, a mighty level head at that on hic square shoulders, too and steer ed the union away from the fal lacies and political entangle nient u...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 17 September 1908

W Bolt & Co., adve t1 trussos and clahn to fitany ce of rp. ture. Mrs. Tecoa Earle, of Central, Is Visiting Mrs. G. W. Earle In Pickens. E. B. Lathem, of Easley 1. F. D. 2, has moved his family to Greenville. Miss Cathleen Wyatt, of Brushy Creek, is visiting rela tives In Pickens. ZVErybody is at the fair and there is very little localbhappen. ings to chronicle. Mrs. Aaron Boggs, of Cal. houn, is visiting the family of her soni, A J. Boggs. in Pick ens. A full account of the Pickens County Fair, including commit tee reports will be published next week. N. B. Moore requests us to thank the good people of the county for again electing him commissioner. The smiling face of Jas. .X Gantt, of Charlottesville, Va., is to be seen on the streets of Pickens this week. W. T. Jeanes and wife and Frank McFall and wife, of Pick ens, spent a few days at Table Rock hotel recently. Messrs. G. W. Dorr, J. W. Thomas and M. F. Hester have been' appointed commissioners for Federal elections for Pic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 17 September 1908

Tsouesex & RMmi/1%sin . . O. TBoPON. laemo. mbription 11.00 Per Annum. M ATins- Bate is le amase6 as esems res... se eWd. b s'EUIBDAY, MEITaBER 11, 1968. ishn GMe Evans and His Os*a. John Gaiy Evans has been defeated for United State seaa tor for a fourth time. i :de. -feat is by an overwhelming me, jority-perhaps the greatest that has ever been cast for a candidate for a major office in the history-of the primary sys tem In South Carolina. He is defeated by a man previoa.ly .nk own in politics. Iqe car ried only two counties of h490 in the. state. One of is the county of his ce, where his majority is only 800, as compared with 6.000 clhjmgd for hifi and as compared wit 1,200 received in his last, pre vlous race.' His defeat is crish ing, final and conclusive. His candidacy seemed unwise and Injudicious from the begin ning. He announced last win ter before the death of Senator Latimer, who was a candidate for re-election and in the opinion of most people assured of re-eleq, tion...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 17 September 1908

rick Happeni ..W., A fanaer 11 ' us City ist pedIigree3 90W atlts~M papoato I wanit to R &P~o*z*t rheirtialr i% let 'leg Caused byer.4ldig at a feue post andittin" .n . When I Axlt pmrd her sh0 was very wild, lut I have succeeded in faminfirw nothatlican peer through the coral without hea 1earingv the'gate down. "To i anon who' Is good chrison anddoesnot fear doeth ;hwould be a valuable animal But I w ant to sell her to soMe. Onfl whro will treat her ight She '- one-fourth .shorthorn tw(o fuirths h0na and the bal al;c .it ornary cow. She will b old cheap or cash." An xhange tells of a woman of that city who heard a knock h frout door recently anid peered mid saw it was a caller. In th( t bree minutes liat elaps ed If- - she opened the door 1,1 zed up" the parlor, put a1 1Cla c1Cloth on the dining room table, g.t out all her cut glass ~md :-it around as if it was a common, put the.baby in u 1t, changed, her clothee. and n i 1 opened the door with a ',y to her guest for find inW; ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 17 September 1908

J. U. . THOMPSON. Entos. ] tbscbriponP1.00 Per Annam. Advrdsing Bates nat. 11888" Pckens Fae tomoosase seCad 016 Mail Matter PICENS, . C. t THU38DAY, SEPTEMBER 179 198. VERY LOW RATES To Lexington, Ky., and Return ] Via Southern Railway. Account 28th Annual Session, National Baptist Convention, the Southern Railway announc es greatly reduced rates to Lex ington, Ky., and return. Tick ets to be sold September 13th, 14th and 15th, good to leave Lexington returning, September 23rd, 1908. The Southern Railway has been sel;cted as the "Official Route" from South Carolina, JAd special 'nig'n-ciasts oacOG3 will be provided and leave Co lutabla 7:05 a. m Tuesday, September 15th, via Spartan burg, Asheville and Knoxville, arriving at Lexington the fol lowing morning. For rates, tickets, etc., apply to Southern Railway ticket agents or address J. L. Meek, Asst. Gen. P. A., Atlanta, Ga. J. C. Lusk, Div. P. A. Char leston, S. C. VERY LOW RATES to Denver, Colorado and Return. Via Southern- Railw...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 17 September 1908

IV . -'lf I.~~~~~~~~~~~ Tr{;~~' * '$ ~ .. ~' ~* Bawe, AiAJ 9, apilsmittot, n~odo 00= 9f Ito~ THE H .,Vol. 1. FOUST Crry, N. This is the heading of a pa At its masthead is: -"Publishk 'Ppblishing Co. C- . V. Fowles'i This is the paper in which tb has a peculiar and p6cuniary i4 "more than passing Interest," ft enterprise are well and favorablj us, are well-wishers for the 'succi From the columns of this p4 the first page, "Uncle Zeke," un ner," gets off a good article. caption, ."Our Say," is a gem, which we clip a few items, is up These boys are good newspi hope is that "Zeke," who is a gc prove equially as good a one on h Their first issue, under diffic rove with age, and the good pe ratulated on having this paper t their midst. To the "Herald" we extend lloship, and wish for it a Ion Ultt ZEKE'S CORNER. This is the old man's corner, where leaving the noise and worry of the shop and day be ind, he comes for rest; sticks bis feet on the table, fills his oipe and watchep the smoke m ...

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