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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 17 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 ac can be legitimately sold UR entire line is c and we can supply Clothing, Shoes, H Hardware, Furniture, t! in fact anything you nee at the right prices. OME to see us, an with us, you will fi .ter goods for less paying. Another car of Majesti $5-50 per barrel. Thanking our friends ar we hope to merit a cont Gaines & G Centr FOR SAFI DEPOSIT LIBER7 Their Safe has been tried and foun This Bank has Burglar Inaurance, lose your money. Liberal- Interest allowed on Timeu you up satiefactor~ly, TH-E LUIE H. C. 8fHIRLEBY, Cashier. Southern Sho: and Bus Atlanta, Ga., als Over I5,00o Gra 1teett~ou 12,000 aPPlicsLOfona every year ft - Etc. An average of two opentogu for every 70 typewriting machil L. The 8onthern also Conducts the ATLANTA SCHO Upon which inlstitution the raeld.:and:Ieel Main Line Wires Wite for oatehojb# 'Enter now. The 8S ~the South. A...

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. — 24 September 1908

144 b 44 4 km Y'Y A'A Wnered ApriI 28, 1906 t Po486.1on cas matter, nder sot of Ocugresa of MacUs 39 ro ,17. VOL " YIIL Pickens () We stated in our last Issuei that we would publish a com vlete list of the prize-winners at the recent fair, and since that time we have made an earnest endeavor to carry. out our prom Ise, but regret to say that a de tailed list of the premiums is about as difficult to secure as was currency during the recent panic. It is notour purpose, however, to censure or criticise the re sponsible parties, because we can readily understand how an accident of this kind could occur. Everyone seemed carried away with the fair, and no dox~t the gentlemen who have this im portant data in their possession are celebrating over its success ful results, and under the cir cumstances we feel that it is only just and proper that a ver idict of unavoidable accident be rendered in this case, with the hope that we- will run across these gentlemen at the next big fair in the coun...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 24 September 1908

gOut For 1 Ck HIS is the time of year there is not inuch buy do not know dull da prices are two things that he Our goods are the very besi all, and our prices are as lov can be legitimately sold at. OUR entire line is comp and we can supply yoi Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Hardware, Furniture, Bugg in fact anything you need ca at the right prices. COME to see us, and ii with us, you will find t ter goods for less mor paying. Another car of Majestic F1 $5-.5 per' barrel. Thanking our fricd and we hope to mierit a continua Gaines & Gas Central, FOR SAFE DEPOSIT I ----IN T LIBERTh Their Safe has been tried and found Blu This Bank has Burglar Insurance, Fire] lose your money. Liberal Interes~t allodved on Tinme De1 you up satisfactorily, THlE LIBER H.C. SHIRLEY, Cashier. Southern Short and Busih Atlanta, Ga., also A Over 15,ooo Graduai Receives 12,000 appiienIons~ every year for Rloc E:c. A n average of t wo openings for every studel 70 typewriting inachines C~. The Sout*hern also conduct...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 24 September 1908

That we have bonght can save you monley on We haven't space to sr right here to families thing in our line: We Come and get yovr floi We want to say to the bought 75,000 shells an Our S Ladies Jackets and Cl Boys Suits at $1.25 an Dry Goods at a price t Our line of Ladies hat We want to say to par you to come to the Nor I want to thank the go given me and assure th to merit n, continuance Come to see me for bet goods for less money. H. D Proprietor Tough Kid. "That youngster of yours seems to ye be having his own way lately. You're chi not as strict with him as you were.' Yo "No, it was a question of economy aw with me." "Economy?" clo "Yes; every month I used to have ane to buy myself a pair of slippers, and the boy a pair of trousers." thi cti He - Couldn't Tell. "What do you consider the six best C books of the year, Mr. Ego?" asked cor the young woman. and "Well-er-really," replied Mr. Ego, car the novelist, "I've written two books me this year, you know." grc - He Does. gra "Wh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 24 September 1908

~Ti I'Y tUV1iUB3 UVEBIT W~RSAY NOMO -BY The Sontinol-Journal ompanp TFOIPSON & RICo EENoPR. J. I. 0. THOMPSON, EDITOR. Subecription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rates Reasonable. Xntered at Pickens Fstofiee an Second Clas Mail Matter PICEENS, S. 0. 2 THURSDAY, SEFrEMBER 24, 1908. Salmagundi. The giant bees of India build combs 18 feet high. One-seventh of the foreign commerce of Great Britain pass es through the Suez Canal. Two aunts of James S. Sher man, Taft's running mate, spell their name "Shearman." Bread, cheese and beer was the supper given to a 3-months old baby, it was stated, in a case in a London police court. In Jamaica tuberculosis dis ease is extremely uncommon among the whites. When it occurs in negroes, they quickly succumb to it. In raising Mr. Astor to the British peerage, will he become Lord Jackastor? - [Darlington News. It is said that the use of au oil or gas engine on the farm re sults in a saving of from 20 to 50 per cent. as compared with horses. Ohleago...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 24 September 1908

Betten the 22d, to Mr, ard Mrs. . W. Alken. of Sunset, a flzeboy. 1Pckens has been emoeedingly dull since the fair-everybody P at home picking oottn.. Avery Looper, who has been for the past year or nre clerk. Ang for R. R. Roark, iu Pickens, d'as accepted a posltike with the H.-B.-M. Co., also of Pickens. The committee wdl (Offer Eor sale to the highest bidder son Saturday, the 3d day tof Octo ber, at 10 -o'clock a. n., theold Bethlehem church. L. R. Bur ham. Court convenes Monday. -Our friends and subawmkbes .ar urged to drop in and see us and leave some of the quaid pro quo. Wt ned it to nn .this busl 6, between Pickens and tLu ioi bridge, am 'ear-bob, with "G. P." engraved on it. Return to Mrs. M. N. Percival, Seneca, S. C. Earhig was in a little pogketbook. R. A. Simmons, of Pickens, Route 5, is a corn-raiser from your heart, and. made an ex hibit of a stalk at the fair that is over 15 feet in length.. It had several ears of corn on it. D. B. Finney answered all questions perta...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 24 September 1908

A Good Saddle or Bridle to sell you one at the A nice Fair Leather Saddle at Southern Cow Boy "Pat" Sad< Mexican Cow Boy "Pat" doub McClellan Tree Saddle, Rog HI Black and Tan Riding Bridles Steel Yards and Scale Beai Fall Goods arriving daily. We are always glad to look of our friends, and they are cond Yours for Hon WN E. Freet "At the 01 A new lot of Fiee Pictures just DO YOU THAT WE HAVE THE MOSi IN THE C We will be glad to si are in need of any BI-,LT Pic kem About That New N You want the best wagon 3 you pay; in other words, yo worth. You get it here. you about it. We sell the And About Th We sell the Woodruff Hay GooD hay press, we wvill tak( some of the good points ab< We seil tlie Monitor Oasoll Makes ironing easy. You And we sell everything els( ware store, and at reasonal LIBERTY HARDWARI 8CHIEDULE C. & W. C. RY. Between Greenville and Charleston. East -- I West No. 581 tTATIO NS' No. 5 Daily' Da____ 12 20 Lv... .Greenville... .Ar 4 00 1 48 Ar.Laurens... Lv 2 82...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 24 September 1908

. 6~ - mt - & a~~~~~~~~ .r .pe .a1o ..m . on ....rm n ,i Eutered April 28, 10 at Pickeni, 0., M 8Pon GIm matter. under act of 0ongram of March 8, 1879. VOL., ZEZYil MSdUP,~U WISE MAN "There goes one of the best-posted mun yot ever seen," remarked the suburbah, torekeeper to the hosiery drummer, as a shabbily dressed cti '1 Zen passe the window. "If I knew all he does about business I'd be rich." "He doesn't look to me as if he knew much," said the hosiery sales man. "What's his line?" - - ~osieor" replied the storekeeper. ekgert gn socks an' stock cal, look 'em over an' tell r t ay whether they'll ravel or I' tat's more, he could tell me J ought to order from you ro' .,i' how big an order I ought - ou. He can tell just what s gon' to call for, too. There ain't notnin' about a sock or stockin' ,-merino, lisle, wool, mixed or sllk or mercerized-that he couldn't give points wuth rememberin' on; open work, fancy or plain, heavy or re enforced-don't matter what." "Why didn't you call...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 24 September 1908

$00,000.00 STOCK To Choose From. BILL' BF H ow E S'Bill' Dii F busine have i ets fol and b filled , Russe Ve he in Gre us dai knew': coninm W tween Supply man, profit ] you ( profits catch I cheap ally p we wil out all Small -walls ~~1HI who as the tlit (>f wve tha able tr -c n ci price ttion Black price-( R E ARE d an PEOPLE TRAD)E GJO TllOU TILERE A1l8SO whO ARE Going to Vo E"OTE.? ?YAN or 'BI ire You Going to Bul -ect or 'Bill or the past four months we have been prepar ss, and everytime a bargain was offered we bot for you this Fall. We visited the Northern ai the sole purpose of hunting for bargains, and trgains we got-besides having both floors o se have rented the building formerly occupie< 1, and it is also jammed and packed with brigl xe beyond a doubt received as many goods as enville. People marvel at the piles of new go ly aud wonder why we bought such an immen low che, p we bought them, they'd certainly ha, T" and wonder why we didn't buy more. e, (as no other con...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 8 October 1908

AIV , THE SENTINfl-.EL -JUNL Entered April 23, 1.903, at Pickens, S. 0., as Second-Class Matter, Under Act* of Congress of March ~,1879. VOL. XXXVIII, .PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY,OTOBER 891908, N, 2 OUR SCHOOLS ]BY Pnor. WILLIAM H. HAND, Univerjityv of Mouth Carolina. Pper Number Four. Too Many Little Half-Supported Schools.-Sooner or later our people are going to' have more comfortable and commo(lious school houses. Be fore the people put their money into 1 permanent improvements, would it I not be vise to reduce the number ot schools in a great many places? A good four-room house costs less than four one-room huoses of equal com fort and convenience. Sixty pupils in one building can be better taught and more easily taught than fifteen pupils each in four buildings. A four-teacher , school will flourish where four one-teacher schools would struggle to keep alive. In more than- half the counties in the State are to be found dozens of schools with 10 and 12 pupils- each. Not many weeks...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 8 October 1908

VUWAUN= MMZ8! TEUBEDAX BW83MO -BY The Bentinel-Journal Company. TuoMEN & RIBwxr. P801. J. L. 0. THOMPSON. EDITOR. Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Bates Bessonable Entered at Plokens Fuoff0O as Second olAs Mail Matter PICKENS, S. U. 2 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1908. AN OMISSION. A great many of our readerE may wonder why they missed their papers last week. There are several reasons. It used tc be customary, and is yet to some extent, for the weekly press tc take holiday-skip an issue-on Christmas week. Of late years "legal" advertising prevented THE SENTINEL-JOURNAL from in dulging in this time-honored cus tom, and the editor has it to his credit that he has never failed to get out the paper some way and some how, ever since he has been connected with it. This offce is short on hands and long on job work which had to be done-contracted for be fore our last printer decided to listen to the siren voice of anoth er publisher. Our presses and machinery needed some repairs, and a...

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

THE ENikO4d l. E VQL UT~LINI3 LO? CAGITUJA cOizUR91 L 7 Enterd Apri 28, 1908 fit Picken, O. O., as Aeoond claws matter, uder act of Congreesof March 8, 1879. TQL.Z IfHO~PI0, longE MCIAl fBUIllii 0401112 190 ogo Fair Pick( PICKENS-PAST AND PRESENT. U Fantastic, Retrospective Revie% Aets and Fiction Combined in a Hei -erogfheous Mass About the Garde 3pot of the World. BY THE NEXT R. R. COMMISSIONE) Startling as it may seem, it i nevertheless an indisputabl fact, that the progress of Pick ens county, and especially th town of Pickens, for the pas twelve months, has surpasse< the expectatipns of everyone Notiong ago Pickens was con sidered a very quiet place, an< it was necessary for people to g< to nearby counties to suppl their wants, but any saleab< article, from the cheapest to th highest grade, can be purchasei here, which is gratifying t< those who have the interest an' welfare of this grand old count3 at heart. *Twelve months ag< it would have been criminal or t...

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

VG :'x TAfXPOSION Powder House Blown Up at Spencer, N. C. Shops TWO DEAD: SEVERAL INJURED Two Men Killed and Many Others Injured Thursday Afternoon by Blow-Up of Powder House at Southern Shops-Buildings Wreck ed and Much Property Destroyed. Spencer, N. C., Special.-Two men killed outright, two so badly hurt that they can hardly recover and fif teen or more slightly injured, with a destruction of thousands of dollars' worth of property, is the result of a terrible blow--up Thursday afternoon of the house in which thp Southern Railway Company kept stored its powder and other explosives used in connection with the work at its large shops here. The plant is bad ly wrecked and work is at a stand still for some time. The dead are Charlie Leyton, an unmarried man about 45 years of age, whose body was mangled and charred almost beyond recognition and George Gould, colored. Those believed to be fatally injur ed are: Fletcher Stafford and James T. Gobbel. Those slightly injured are: W. F. Kad...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 8 October 1908

THE PULPIT. A BRILLIANT SUNDAY SERMON BY DR. CHARLES EDWARD LOCKE. Theme: Doing the Impossible. Brooklyn, N. Y.--The Rev. Dr. Charles Pdward Locke. pastor of the Hanson Place Methodist Episcopal Church, Sunday evening. to a large audience. preached on "Doing What - Cannot 13P. Done." His text was Mat thew 17:20: "Nothing shall be im nossible unto you." Dr. Locke said In the course of his sermon: That is a. most excuisite moment, when in the midst of rich treasures of the Art Oallery of the Vatican, one stihds for the-4irst tima before Raph ael's masternieec of "The Transfiura tion." It was the grea.t artist's last Work: and before its nigments were 51ry it was carried in his funeral pro cession. This masterful genius defied a well known canon of art in attempt ing to oortray two distinct themes on the "ame rtnvas; but Raphael was a good tbeo'ngian as well as 6.n un rivaled artist. Ha caught the double Ineanine of the Transfiguration and saw in 't nnt only the Glorification of Jesus,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 8 October 1908

Time This Cold Snap st We prepared for this thi Shoes that can't be duplicz is to wear them. Some of A Opod Coarse Leathe tails for $1.25 and is cheap A No. 1 Good Shoe-"M going at $1.25. You pay < get a bargain at the price. Men's Brogans at $1.25 These are the shoes you ha thought you were getting "Number 220," Cap To Shoe. Well worth $2.50, 1 -can get in a pair for $2.00. A splendid line of Childi The shoes are all good so have ever been able to offe Don't be fooled by talk of ' values and prices outside tl When in need of good g< W.' E. Fr( "At th, A new lot of Free Pictur DO Y( THAT WE HAVE I IN T We will be glai are in need < Pici A.K. West End. Dry Goo We are now ready for 1 stock of Dry Goods and! late, wvhen there had be anxious to sell, and offerir Being in a position to acc at much lower prices ti means you can buy your< diU last year. My price more 7c. for calico but the 5c. Goods that sold last Heavy 12y,4c. Canton I Heavy yard wide Sheet The best selection ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 8 October 1908

Happenings c a oe and sonal Natur. Miss Marie Y e of Pickens, returned home ti. f u r d: Irom? a visit to friends at (;reo wio()()(I Misses Sula hnd .Vh.r (a" elly, -6f Pickens, R. 4, ."e tending this session vi College. Miss Vesta Ashmore, of %+; ens, has resumed her stud i: . the Asheville, (N. C.) Norm and Industrial College. W. E. Freeman & Co., of Pickens, have a shoe talk in this issue that is "0. K." and to the point. Read it and profit by it. On account of the Ander?on County Fair the Southern Rail way announces very low round trip rates, tickets on sale Octo ber 10th to 14th inclusive, limit ed for return until October 17th. The Pickens Chapter. U. D. C., will meet at the home of Miss Lucia Folger, in Pickens, on Friday evening, the 9th inst., at 4 p. m. All the members are urged to attend. Miss Grace Gibson, a. most charruing and popular young la dy, who has been spending some time in Pickens, the guest of her friend, Mrs. J. T. - Richey, has returned to her home in Co...

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

mNERNATIONAL LESSON COM. MENTS FOR OCTOBER 11. Bubject: God's Promises to David, I Chron. 17-Golden Text, 1 Rings 8:50-Connmit Verses 13, 14 Read 2 Saim. 7 and Ps. SO. TIME.-1042 D. C. PLACE.-Je rusalem. EXPOSITION.-1. "I have been witha thee whithersoever thou wvent est," vs. 1-10. Nathan took it for granted without consulting God that David's proposition to build a house for God would be acceptable unto Him. But God set Nathan right "the same night." In the first Instance Nathan had spoken out of his own judgment, but now "the word of the Lord" came unto him. God will make His .will known to those who sincere Jy desire to know it (Am. 3:7). Je hovah speaks of David as "My ser vant," but refused to permit him to build a house for Him. God accepts one kind of service from one man and another kind of service from an other man. The prime reason why God would' not permit David to build His temple was because he had been a man of war and blood (ch. 22:7, 8; 28:3). Jehovah is the "God of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 15 October 1908

~ r ~ A--- - y IV I Til 4 EnteredAprU 28, 19os at Pickens, a. a.) .*s S0Od-Class Matter, Under Act of Oongress of March3, 1879. VOL. XXXVIII.. PICKEN, S. Q. TRURSDAY, OCTOBER I5, 1908 NO, 28 SOUTHCAROLuf flews of Interest Gleaned lroi Arranged for Stato Pardon Board. Columbia, Special.-The Board of Pardons, consisting of Messrs. R. Mays Cleveland, of Greenville, C. W. Savage, of Colleton, and W. A. Clark, -of Columbia, met last week to consid -er the petitions for pardon referred to the board by the governor. There were only four such petitions refer red, as the governor has icted on imostof the petitions presented within -the last three months, since the last -meeting of the board. The petitions referred are the following: Lawrence Hampton, convicted of 'murder in Greenwood. and sentenced to be hanged. Governor Ansel grant -ed a respite until the 16th of this month, and it will be recalled that the governor's secretary, Mr. Bethea. -went to Greenwood during the flood, at much incon...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 15 October 1908

dIoenE rJ0 1U4BRED EVERY TBUBDAY MORNINO. The Sentinel4osma1Oompany. TiOMPsoN & RIeNV. PROP. J. 1.. 0. THOMPSON. EDITon. Subscription 81.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rates Reasonable. Sntered at Plokens Ftostoffle a Second 01"a Mail Matter PICKE'NS, Q. I THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1908. Announcement. In order that we may have an opportunity to collect and work up outside business, and have our eyes properly treated, we have engaged the services of Mr. T. Larry Gantt, the well-known editor and journalist, to assist us in the publication of the Senti nel-Journal, while he is in Pick ens recruiting his health, hav ing recently recovered from an attack of fever, and thinks our mountain climate will fix him all right. Mr. Gantt is too well known to the people of our county and state to need any in troduction. For the past year Mr. Gantt has been looking af ter his farming interests below Columbia, and his health was run down somewhat. He thinks our invigorating and health-giving climate is j...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 15 October 1908

.I- '. . Entered April 28, 190 at Pickons, d. m) asseond class matter, under sot of Ocugress of March 8, 1879. h VO ~L gofs nMB, OU!C LINA, ?mgmSD ociomI loco POULIR At a meeting of the Poultry Association, held on the 24th! ult., there* was not as large an attendance as was desirable, but those who were there were "keyed up to the top notch," and if this enthusiasm does not ooze out before Dec.' 2d, the Pickens County Poultry Show will be one of the best ever in the South. Exhibitors from a distance - are daily writing for informa tion and for premium lists. They state they heard a great deal of the show last year and that they will be competitors this season. Those who exhib ited from a distance last year will be with us this year and will try to get their friends to exhibit. They speak in the highest terms of praise of their treatment and of the excellent condition of their birds on their return from the show. For all of which the Poultry Associa tion is extremely grateful. At th...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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