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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 15 October 1908

kergnauts Experience a Drop o, Two Thousand feet .AND WITH BUT SLIGHT INJURY Lmerican Balloon Conqucror Bursts at te Height of 4,000 Feet, Precip itatIng the Aeronauts to thp Roof of a House in a Berlin Suburb. Berlin, By Cable.-The internation di balloon race whicli started Sunday 'rom the suburb of Sehmargeiidorf, vas .the occasion of a thrilling acci lent, two American aeronauts liaving I miraculous eseape from death. The Imerican balloon Contiueror, the only Imorican built eraft in the contest. iaving on board A. Holland Forbes .nd Augustus Post, less than two min, ites after the start burst at an alli tide of 4,000 feet. For 2,000 feet it dhot (own like a bullet. and tilen thI, :orn silk bag assumed tIhe shape of a ,arachute, thbus checking tile rapidity >f the descent. ('oming close to the aartl, however. tie basket siashed into the roof of a house, bt tile Iwo menl escaped wit h but sii-lht briuisem The race, in -whiiel t wenty-three balloons participated, represent In, Gr...

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. — 15 October 1908

THE PULPIT. AN ELOQUENT SUNDAY SERMON WV THE, REV., EDWARD NILES. Theme: Rejoicing in Suffering. Brooklyn, N. Y.-At the Bushwick Avenue Reformed Church, the Rev. Edward Niles, pastor, preached to a large audience on the subject: "Re joicing in Suffering." The text was from Colossians 1:24: "Now I rejoice In my sufferings for your sake, and fill up on my part that which is lack ing in the afflictions of Christ in my flesh for His body's sake, which is the church." Mr. Niles-said: When Paul was converted, Chris tianity was a Jewish sect unknown outside of Palestine. When Paul had finished his missionary tours, he could say with pardonable exaggera tion, "The gospel is preached in all creation. under heaveh, whereof I Paul, was made a minister." And how he loved to preach! - How he yearned to bring every one into knowledge of the truth! Then, while in his prime, he be came a prisoner, fettered to a soldier, any hour liable to execution. He would be well nigh excusable had he complained...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 15 October 1908

Z IA,, :bI'Vi FARMERS' EiACATIOr Ap AND CO-OPERATIVE UNION -OF AMERICA IPickens County Union Column J. T. BOGUS, R EV. W. C. SEABORN end, JOEL MILLER, Committee In Charge. THE CURRENT CROP. Business Agent Eubanks, of the National Cotton Handling Commission, created at the last annual convention of the Farm ers' Union, reports that the re cent session of the executive committee of the commission at Memphis achieved definite prog Yess in plans looking to the mar keting of the incoming crop of cotton. The handling commission has established headquarters in Memphis and is rapidly concen trating the details involved in the widespreading plans sanc tioned at Fort Worth. "The agent of the Parmers' Union at Manchester, England, Maurice Grevile," said Mr. Eu banks, "reports to us that his negotiations with the English spinners are proceeding with gratifying success. He has been actively at work for several weeks, ad he finds the senti nient in England for direct deal ing with the cotton prod...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 15 October 1908

Pickens Setia1-JouruI kfapoenings of a Local and Personai Nature. 4, Dr. W. J. Bolt, of Pickens, i attepding the Anderson County Fair this week. David Stansell, who has been clerking for Freeman & Co., is <iite sick at his home in Pick ens. W, T. Jeans, engineer of the Pickens Railroad, has recently returned from a visit to rela tives at Belton and Anderson. Bivins & Co., Holder & Co. and the Oil Mill are all buying seed. Better coipe to town and try the market Wore disposing of your seed. Major J. M. Stewart, of Pick ens, who has been quite sick for some time past, is able to be up and out again, to the delight of his many friends. The Sentinel-Journal visits nearly every home in Pickens county, as our subscription list will show. In order to reach these people plant 6n advertise ment in its columns. Mrs. I. M. Mauldin, of this city, spent Monday in Green ville on a shopping expedition. If the merchants of Greenville patronized this paper more lib erally they would g...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 15 October 1908

IN3 1q ATIONAL LESSON OG3* INTS FOR OCTOBER 1. '?jeet-Davd's Kindness to Jona tha's Son, 2 Sam. 9--Golden Text, Eph.4:32-Commit Verse 7 -'Read 2 Sam. 10:1-4; 19:24-80. %A CE. - Jerusalem. TIME. - 104% P. C. WXvPOSITION. - I. Mephibosheth fi leodebar, I.6. Now tbat David is securely settled on the throne, he be glns to titihk of hils dearest friend of the days of his trial--Jonathan. The bogse of Saul 7 a whole had been his biitterest enem ies. but he will show them kindness for Jonathan's sake. The %nner is a titter enemy to God (Ron. 3:7; Jan. 4:4), but God loves the sinvfnr nnd will search him out and %how him kindness for Jesus' sake. The house of Saul had sunken from its former greatness into such obscurity that it took some time of seavr.hing to find one of the house bold. A former servant of the house ,of San1 was better known than his chlikren or grandchildren. The kind nesa that David desired to show to some of the house of Saul was "the kindness of God." unmerited kindness ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 22 October 1908

JOE N Entered April 28, 1903, at Pickens, . ., as Second-Class Matter, Under Act of Congress of Marci 3.1879. VOL. XXXVII. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 19*08.- NO29 SOUTMCAROLI lews of baterest Geaned F Arunged t. ?RPARATIONS FOR STATE ' FAIL. The Ohamber of Commerce Has Many Details. Columbia, Special.-The Chamber -of Commerce is progressing rapidly with preparations for fair week. The -contract for wiring for street light ing has been awarded to the Perry Electric company. The arrangements .as to street lighting will be different this year in that the material put up will be the property 'of.the Chamber -of Commerce and not rented as has teen the custom in the past. The Johnny Jones shows, which will have the street attractions. earry thir own electric lighting plant and they are under contract with the Chamber. of Commerce to present their full capacity of lights and an -equal number of lights will be in stalled at the side shows by the Chamber of Commerce in addition to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 22 October 1908

A.. 1'THE..ALI !."k STirJLTh0 ON THE ARTICL .!NTIONED B1LW WE WILL ClbSE OUT CLOTHING. We do not expect to carry Men's Clothing any,longer than we can close out what we have on hand, and the prices we are going to make they will not stay in our possession long. We can sell you an Overcoat at a price you would almost be asha. med ,to tell how little you p4id for it. . STOVES.. Stoves is another line we do not think profitable for us to carry, and now, like the clothing, have placed on sale every stove we have at actual cost. This is a1s- stove season and a good opportunity to get a go6d Stove for a little money. .DRESSERS. In buying our first car of Furniture we did not know exact ly how to assort it, and bought 'entirely too many Dressers. If you want something real nice, which you will always be proud of, come and bguy one of these Dressers. It won't take mapy frying-size chickens to pay for them at the price we are selli ng them. Save up your eggs and chickens, and add a little ca...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 22 October 1908

Pikhts kkfflew4oultmi dappetings of aLocal and. kersoj0i B. F. Sloan, of Seneca, trus tee, has sold the J J. Lewis farmis to J. ). Holer, Pickens, in a few days, will have a first-class cafe and pool room, with . all city trinmiings and attachments. Mayor E. P. McCravey ar d wife, of Easley, spent Mofiday ill Pickens with the latter's brother, Dr. L. F. Robinson. The Sentinel-Journal's col umns are crowded with adver tisements, and we are negotia ting for a new press to bnlarge the paper. Mrs. W. L. Jenkins, of Pick ens, visited friends and relatives in Greenville and Anderson, last week, and. incidentally attended: the marriage of her. brother, L. W. Stansell, to Miss Dot San ders, of Belton, last Tuesday. Work on our electric plant is progressing nicely. The foun dation' for the power hou6re is being laid, and by January neXt the word will go forth, "'Lot thy. light shine." This will be a long stride forward for our little city. I Pickens has bought something over 600 bales-of cot...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 22 October 1908

publican Nominee Makes a Number of Speeches ETS A CORDIAL RECEPTION n. Willian H. Taft Makes Political lampaign in North Carolina and iirginia--Greeted by Enthusiastic Irowdi at Statesville, Salisbury, boxington, High Point and Relds rIle, Ending Southern Tour at Mchmond. Greensboro, N. C., Special.-Hon. illiam Howard Taft, Republican ndidate for President, closed his ar of -North Carolina here Satur y. He was cordially received at I points where he spoke and his eeches were attentively listened to Republicans and Democrats. First Stop at Statesville. Mr. Taft was up bright and early iturday morning. His first speech. as made at Statesville at 7:30 clock. Several hundred people !ard him there. Being presented by .r. J. Elwood Cox, he said: ''Ladies and Gentleman: I am glad come into the State of North Car 'ina this beautiful October noin g and to receive this cordial recep on. Complaint is very often heard I the part of your people that North arolina is not given her part in the Imi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 22 October 1908

THE PJLPF % A BRILIANI SUNDAV '4IMOWN BN' UR. CGL - L [1WAf0 LO CKE. I' Theme:n'~ ih'-. : tories. Urooklyn N .-.3. Jv. Dr. Char les 'E :I.')'x. :tia LIU paLitoul'a th.Lanzion Plac,. Methodipt Episcopal - Chureh. He leaves to assume charge of the great First Nothodist Episcopal- Church of Los Angeles, Cal. Large audiences 111ed the church at both services. In the morning Dr. Locke's subject was 'Faith's:Victories.",- The text was 1 Johii 6:4: "This. is" the victory that overcometh. the world,, even, our faith." Dr. Locke said: Early in,the morning after refresh ing sleep amid the fragr bowei-s of Bethany, on the sedbnc Jay of our Lord's sad and triumphant Passion Week, Jesus with His d1sciples was en His way around the graceful slopes of Olivet to the great city. All being hungry, and seeing a fig tree, they ap proached it, confidently expecting to enjoy the luscious fruit, for the season of the ripening fruit had come, but the time for the gathering of the har vest was not yet. When...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 22 October 1908

-BY The Sentinl-Joural-Compa"S41 TuouroN & Ricn.r. PRoms. J. L. 0. THOMPSON. EDTOR. - Y Subscriptiou $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rotes Reasonabler Entered at Pickens Foutollice as Second Claq1 Mail Mattor PICKENS. s. C. THURSDAY, OTOBER 22,.1908. Liberty. We had a campaign 'meeting all-to and for ourselves the dther night. The three aspirants for the mayoralty of Liberty met and ad(lressed a large portion of the voteis in town atthe school anditorimin, Friday night, set ting forth their respective claims, and making soie promises, etc. The election was held Satur day, and resulted as follows: Mayor-Dr. C. H1. Parkins. Al derinen-C. E. Bush, W. H. Chapnin, J. F. Crane, B. F. Chappalear, Dr. Long and T. N. Hunter. Th fact. sometines suddenly dawis on1 the people that there are still a fev men living who woi ld atiemiiq t to hold nearly all the (icvs in town if the peo ple woul(d he fools enough to let then. la w otr no lIw. See! On'e nrcni a ine a wise man hv the mne of A. Lincol...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 22 October 1908

-4" pp -rd VOL M NOTICE, OF ELECTION. 8'I'ATE- SOUTHARO NA, outy ofnPen. Notice is hereby given tbAt the General Elec. tion for$tate an county Officers will be held at the Voting V inets preseritld by law in doutAy on 'ueday, Novem r 8, 1906 said -d being TuesdoWIfollowing the first Monday in November, as prescribed by law. ''At the said election separte boxeq will be 'ptovided at which qualified electors *il1 vote upon the adoption or rejection of an aL.end menV to the State Conbtitution, is provided in the foloWing joint resolutions: No. 712. A J 1 tRsq titionoproposing to atend sec $ ,0 artiole ViI., of the constitution; 'elat nto Mut.eipal Bonded In,dbtedue*v. eatioin 1. Ife it Tesolved by the Getepal As -emby of the State of Soth (arolina, That the o*Ing amendment to the constitution of the Oate Of South Carolina be submitted to th e lualified electors of thb state 4t the next' gene al election for representatives, and if a major ilty of the eleetors qualified to vote f.or inem...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 22 October 1908

fNTERNATIONAL LESSON TOM MENTS FOR OOTOBEM" A. Subject: The Joy of Forgiveness, Ps. 32--Golden Text, PS.82: 1--Con. nit Verses 1, 2--ReAd Ps.51 and Rom. Chs. 4, 5-Commefntary, TIME.-1034 B. C. PLACE. Jerusalem. EXPOSITION.-I. The 3le"sed. ness of Sin Covered by God, 1, 2. This is a didactic psalm (title, mar gin). David is beyond question the author of it (Rom. 4:6-8). He bad known in his royal position all world ly joys, but the highest joy that he had found was that of transeresslon forgiven and sin covered. This ioy is open to every one (Acts 10:43). If there was forgiveness for one who had sinned so grievously is David we may conclude that theV'e' is forgive ness for all. The Psalmist multiplies *ords for sin. "transgression" means rebellion. "Sin," missing the mark (cf. Rom. 3:23). "Iniquity." crook edness, or curvature. To "forgive" means literally to take away (cf. Jno. 1:29; Ps. 103:12). God "covers" sin (cf. Ps. 85:2). He covers sin from view. He covers it with the blood of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 29 October 1908

- ; $Fj 0 R N Z.tered'APril 28, 1908 at PIAkW4s S. 0., @asood Olass matter, under aot of bongress of Maroh 8, 1879. YQL. !!! GEIR 10578CiSOLIVA THRIBAT DUMB&. 20 Q d NOICE O ELECTION. 8TATh OF SOUTH T-AROLINA, vouqty of Pickens. Notice Is hereby given that the GeOeral Elee. tion for State and county Officers will be held at the voti6g' pr0einpts prescribed .by, law in said i;ounty on Tuesday, Novembdr 3, 1908 said aybeini Tuesday folloIn' the tirht Monday ?n NOVernhel,'as prescried .law. At the said election separate boxes.will be provided at which qualified pleators will vote upon the adoption or rejectin of ai' ar.ed ment to the State Const1 ution, as. provided in the following joint retilutioner No. 712. A Joint Resoltiofn proposink to amend see tion 7, article VIII., ofthe- censtitution, relat. ig to lunielpal Bonded Indebtednass. Section 1. He It resolved by the General As sembly of the State of' Houth Carolina, That the following amendment to the constitution of the state ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 29 October 1908

1TIRRNATIONAL 13e8SON M1ENTS FOR NOVEMBER :A Subject: A bsalon lRebels Agahist David, 2 Sam. 15-Golden Text, Ex. 20:12-Commit Verses 5,'0 -Read 2 Sam. Chs. 13, 16. TIMI.-1026-1022 U. C. -PLACE. &---Jeruisa lem. EXPOSITION.-T. Absalom's In. trigu'ing, 1-6. An appropriate Golden Text for this lesson would be Gal. 6:7. T)avid was sijmply reapinj v.hat lie l:i sown. Though God hat fully forgIven David's sin, I)avid diu not on that acemtoiit escape the natural con 'quences of his sin. God had told him at the time tht the sword should !Ivvr (imat from, his house, and that t!, :votild raise up ovil for him out of his own house (2 Sam. 12:9-12). Seven years had elapsed since David's sin. )avid's dlaughter had been dis honored, one son had been murdered, and another was the murderer. Ab se.lom had only b'en embittered by his banishment from the king's pres ence. and his restoration to favor had not helped matters in the least. He was one of thos' incorrigibles that is helped by roilther ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 29 October 1908

P V apwenius of a LoW and . Nastire. T. L, Bivis, of Pftkis, f he went to takr one is c dren foe' tre-tment. Repot has Wth 0.C.$on , stenogr4phor fo W.10tf ju i cial circuit, will J the near fu ture,re v fty Anderson to Walhalla or e practice. of, the law, I. N. trap, formerly of Libeif, '.moved to Central. He hah hased a fine 6rgaii, andOri ow make music some. The Lberty side regret Mr. G.'s departu,re, but wish him well in hisI'W hime, as he io a gentle man true. **. Central. is preparing to enter tain ithe 'lIbrse-Swappers' con venti6n on Nov. 5-6-. The . boys for miles around should turn out In full force, catty all the stock they can, to -trade on, and "have a good time. The Central people will do right by them. The season for hunting 'pos sums,is about on, for the night air is getting frosty and the crop of 'possum dogs Is large. . 'Pos sum hunting is a favorite sport with many people in and around Pickens, and just as soon,as the frost touches the 'simmons the sport will open...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 29 October 1908

of Interet" Proits Given on Dispensadie Columbia, Special.-There are some interesting figures given in the qu. terly report made by Auditor Wes on the county dispensaries. The toe tals by counties on sales and percent. age of profits are given as well as the net profits. It is shown that Sumter made the largest percentage of pro ts with Florence seccad, and Abbe ville an even 50 per cent. Charlestoni ,made the largest sales with Richland second. The largest net profit was made by Richland county with Char leston second. I Compared with previous quarters the three months ending with Septem ber show an increase over the Apiil Juno quarter, but a decrease as com pared with the first quarter of the year. The figures oin sales and break age by counties are given below: County Sales. Breakage. Abbeville.. .. ..$ 32,494.31 $ 82.06 Akn. . . . . . . . 63,369.44 500.11 Bamberg.. .. .. 18,304.70 121.12 Barnwell.. .. .. .40,495.05 495.05 Beaufort.. ... . 26.596.46 174.96 Berkeley .. .. .. 13,52...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 29 October 1908

TIE TL ~ A SCHOL.AriLY AUNDY ERNON BY THE REV. M. L. tuitTOI, PH. D. Them: Jesus es Prophe" Brooklyn, N. Y. - For the union services of the'. ohuropes on the Heights the preacher Sunday was the Rev. Marion LeroY Brton, Ph.D.. pastor-elect of the Church of the Pii grime. His stibject was "Jesus the Prophet." He solected his text from Matthew '21:10-11: "And when -He was come into Jerusalem, all the city was moved, saying, Who is this? And the multitude said, This is Jesus the - Prophet of Nazareth of Galflee." . Dr. Burton.said in substance: The 4entral question of all this in Christian life is, how does Jesus save us; how are We to profit by Christ's life? It is impossible in this short time to answer but one phase of the three which our 1aviour lived, as Prophet, Priest and King. Yet -each ,conveys its part of truth u4lon a pro per concept of His holy life. How ever, it is well to concentrate upon the prophet side of Hiq life, not to im ply at all any sense, of separateness between...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 29 October 1908

'tBRESHD EVERY XVbSD, MORKING. -BY The Sentinel-our'aal Company. TvOMPSON & RICHEY. PROPS. J. L. 0. THOMIPSON. Erton. Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rittes Reasonable. Enterd at Piokens FustoMice as Second Class ' MailMatter PICKENS, S. C.: THURSDAY, OTOBER 29, 1908. The Presidential Election. We Southern Democrats have been so often, so long and so grievously disappointed, that many of us have given up all hope and lost heart of ever again electing a president. The crush ing defeat four years ago of Judge Parker seems to have given our party a solar plexus blow. But with a patriotic.de votion, regLularly every four years, we have marched in solid phalanx to the polls, to read next morning, in the daily pa pers, of another Republican tri umplh. But there is no room in our Dixie land -for any new party, for Democracy to the South means more than any empty name or political affilia tion. It means to us the su premacy and domination of the Anglo-Saxon over the African. J...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 29 October 1908

- * Entered April 23, 1903, at Pickens, S. 0., as Second-ass atter, Under Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. VOL. XXXVIIL. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1908. . Nd, S OUR SCHOOLS B, PtoF. WILWAM H. HAn, University of South Carolina. Paper Number Seven. The Course of Study.-There is a small but turbulent class of othe, - WRae-riters who periodically belabor 'the public schools. In their night 3mares they see thousands of tender children murdered or maimed in the public schools, and give vociferous ut teranco to so much wild ' nonsense that they have but one effect-making people refuse to heed them even when they point out some real defect. Some of these writers have warned us aainst one great evil which we have gone on ignoring-that of an over erowded course of study.To be brief, some years ago our educators realized the poverty of our common school -coursQ of study, confined almost ex elusively to the three R's.- A just -demand was made for an 'enriched -course, giving a wide...

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