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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 2 May 1906

__ PICKENS SENTIJ0 Entered April 23, 1908 at Pickw4 13. 0., as second oinst nintter, under act of Congiesisof arh817. VOL* XXXV __ PICKIEN5, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAYI Y2 96 Teachers' Neetina at Cateecie I Th10 Th' rs( ' M'eeting which Was h1eld- tt Catvue; he Satorday wai a d!eid id sneccss, consi(loring the had wea thor. The attendance was sunuliil, hut was mad, tip b, the en thushiisni of thoso present. The) presidenit, Rt. T. T1.dilm, be ing absont, Pruf. A. B. StaIvav, of Clitrl presidr'd Tle pomi - iet- fealtiuro of the meeting was un aldr...o I:; !', f \V. S. Morrison, (f Clemson OCollege, on "Lo.-al H istory of Pickens County," Prof Morrimsn being piesented by Vice Prosid'it. Prof. A. B. Stalvey. Tho syiops 'f what he (said is as fol l,.w;: H.- beganl with at gno0t'l ionl frtomin Pope: "Tie booild" blo khedi, i uinrnt'y ra.1 With loads of hPurn~ed~ lionber in lit, heaid. Theeio Words tol1 whit t. is tie mat tEr with much of oir teeIiig of hislory, and expliti n why s, ima'ny...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 2 May 1906

PUnIuBsID EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING. -BY The Sonlnel-Journal Company. TuoM1soN & RiciEy, Piors. J. L. 0. THOMPSON, EDITOn. Subsoription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rates Reasonable. Enitered at Pickens Postoffice at Second Class Mail Matter PICKENS, S. C.: WEI)NESDAY, MAY 2, 1906. Metrologloal Table ny John T n)oggs, observer, Licerty, S. C, Temnperature. . Character of c tho day. 01 rZ .4 C1 __ _ 83 61 .75 .Clear ,5 -17 1.00 Clear -1 33 1.00 Clear 511 1.tX) Clear a-;5 j Clear 27 N o; , 50 fA Clear I) I ' Clear THE SAN FRANCISCO DISASTER. The eartulinake which visited San Francisico Ai-ril 18th, causing whole salo dc4l 1111(] destructiol, was one of the most apnpalling disasters the future historian will have to chron icle. As day dawned on that city on the miorning on the 19th, it was upon a scene of ruia and devastation. Wherc olocks of ch gant buildngs onc( stood wero now smoking ruins. Du ring the night the flames had des truved many of the city's finest busi ness structures,...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 2 May 1906

PN inou SentinedJorna HaDDuhi of a Local aid Forsoni Natre -The merchant in Pickens who fails to u. e the advertising columns of the Sentinel-Journal stands in his own light. - Engineer W. T. Jeanes is quito bick, being coufined to his bed. His many friends hope that he will soon be out again. -Married at the residence of J. A Nimmone, by G. W. Bowen, No tary Public, Beco Witson and Miss, Ola Smith; all of Pipkens county. - Mr. and Mrs. W. E. White, who have been spending some time with the latter's mother, Mrs. IE Thorn. ley, have returned to their home in Anderson. -There will be an entertainment .hoolhouse on Friday th, beginning at 9 -body is cordially in. -a year old son of Mr. Pickons R F D. No. and right badly hurt rday eveniig, but at is better. No bones Salem Baptist church, Sakm, 8. C , on Sunday, April 22nd, 1906, Robert Stewart and Miss Narcy Chapman, both of Pickens couinty, 11ev. J. B. Colley officiating. -Keonee Omurier. The pr ci-wt clubs all met last Sat urday and i...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 2 May 1906

The new '. Aive that dov; not gripe or nauseate. PqLe ant to tale. L Picker Farimers' Union Bureau of 1If1'Ionmattion. ............................................. South crolina I'armers' Educational and Co-operativo Union. Corn mu utiaent ions intended for this depart ment shoulid he a(dressed to J. C. Stribling, Iendleto , South Carolina. A Good Move. Clomson College, through the aid of the government, will at oneo pro eced to establish at Clemson an E: periniont Station, a department of animal industry for the purpose of improving and dissominating the bost types of stock in tho State suited for the general use of our farmers. This i-4 a vory important ste) in the right dirot1ion , and, if carried out to comiplotion in a prac tical way, will do an immens, work toward euicourging stoel< raising and consequint div-rdsfiea tion of our farm crops. This idea of sending out knowvl edge of inproved ideas of broo dini iilmroved stock over tho State wil encourage farmers' sons to remi...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 2 May 1906

.1N. p i .Buted April 23, 1903 a~t i'ickou8, F. C., 48 e.;u I~Hm~ i id iaL fC n is fM rh 8 89 VOi XXXV PICKICN5, SOUTH-I CAROLINA, WI2DNESDAYfA ,10.N.4' LONGUSED TO EARTHQUAKES Golden Gate Metropolis Has Been Shaken Often Ia the PasL PRESENT WORST EVER KNOWN Some of the Skyscrapers and Other Buildings Destroyed - Magnificent City Hall In Ruins-Fires Ar. rested by Dynamite-Earth. quake of 1868 Descriied by Mark Twain. HID recent disastrous earthquake extending over so large a part of the Paclfic coast region and wrecking such an extensive section of the city of San Francisco was not the first of these catastrophes known in the western metropolis, though by all odds the most damaging. For many years 'the municipal au thorities refused to permit tall build ings in the city because of the fear of earthquakea, several of which had al ready been experienced. Finally the Interdiction was removed, however, and a number of skyscrapers resulted. Prior to 1890 there was hardly a building in ex...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 2 May 1906

)e utUl Std les, Rdhied by Ban Francisco's Earthquake. fOMB FAMOUS THE WORLD OMEB Luxurious )selSe Iotel, That Cost ooo0,ooo-Olir IHouse, That sld ]In to the sea, Was Favorite Resort of ThouanMd*-Massive Mill's Building *ad isgest church Gone. According to the most authentic re ports from San Francisco, the earth quake and following Oro destroyed the finest buildings as well as the poorest in the city, says the New York Times. .Lhe flames went marching up the hill from the downtown sections, where buddled the Chinese by the thousands, to Van Ness avenue, the Fifth avenue of San Francisco, destroying some of the most palatial homes. Here tare brief descriptions of some of the best known buildings in the city that were .-The Pal - New Mont two and a s seven sto ries high. The building cost $7,000,000 and was projected by the late W. C. Ralston. The Palace was the most fa mous hotel in the city. It was the ren dezvous of many notable men about town, particularly the gourmands of San Fr...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 9 May 1906

THE PICKENS SENINEL0ORN. Entered April 23, 1903 at Pickena, 8. C., as second class matter, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. VOL* xixv PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, NAY 9, 1906. NO. SO Counlty Correspoudenc. Oolenoy Items. Mr. M. Hendricks, who has been suffering for the past live weeks, is not any better. Dk. J. M. Cren shaw is attending him. Lena, ie little daughter of For est Keith, is very sick. Prof. G. E. Boddiford visited Mr. A. C. Sutherland, of Rock, last week. Mrs. L. M. Rigdon visited his daughter, Mrs. Unity Nimnions, of Mt. Tabor, one day last week. Mrs. P. B. Martin and son. The odore,, visited her father, Mr. Al . I endricks, Sunday .and Mon day. Th'e farnizs in thiis section ire very busy planting corn and cotton th is week. ScIuool. G1n1. AIpril 14th. *. [Ve are Horry this interesting articlo has been overlooked until now, and hope "School Girl" will not got ofhl-nded, but will write again und often.-Ei).] Letter from Pickenp-R. F. 0. No. 3. As I 1-ive v...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 9 May 1906

S pVn'JqSED EV811Y WEDNESDAY MORNINO. - ---- C C _By The Sentinol-Journal Company. THOMPsoN & BIcIEY,. Iinors. J. 1'. 0. THO.\P.SON, I)Ton. Subsoriptiou $1.00 Per Aunum. Advertising Rates Reasonable. Entered at Pickens Postofice as SOCond Olass Mail Matter PICKENS, S. C.: WEDNE"JDAY, MAY 9, 1906. Metrologlcal Table ly .John T n9oggs, observer. Licerty, S. C, m Cernractr rof ho 81 59 .01 3 Clear F t ? 0 !',CIQur I 2 \ 0 clear i'l (t 01 0 ln 1.1 11. 0lear 3 11 Cloary .1 Cloudy .1 -i d I (lou dy 0 c <lear Needed Enterprises. Th cot ton mill, which has beei 10n1 and vyinuilativolv talked, isi nom prlcicat 1111 'll a 1 s r(ed flct. Sovenu of the igty th-ouan1 dollars i( de: has beenzI ulsrihed, and Uhe r' 1mai ingle toem wilill no douibt, b booktd wvithini tho nxt few dal.s l'ickens na .ds this <ntlerpri.sa and he will havo it in the near fulm1. For the presiit wo hald bet?., ex pend our onergioS in secur-ilg ill. a side : T1 th r p. J 811: 11 v.- h . bi mill is n b , hle ..m- ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 9 May 1906

Pickens Senitiuel-Joirna] .HdaeDnRIS O a Local and Pernonal Nature -Misses child, Pagett and Fulgoi spent Saturday in Greenville. -The examinatian for teachers it, the public schools will be held on th( 18th. - A local weather prophet says thi section is fgoing to experience a ver: wet sumnner. -Mes -r Larry Thortiley and Ro% Gratidy, spent a pot tion of last woo in Greenville. -Mrs. W. H. Nix, of Spencer, N C., spent a portion of last week -vitl her sister, Mrs. J. L. Thornley, ii Pickens. ---Mr. Gregg Mauldiu, who holds u lucrative pQsition with the S. A. 'L. Railway, at Americus, Ga., is on at visit to relative" in Pickens. -Fee card of F. V. Odell, surveyoi and noiary public. He will be glat to l nit Le ypuic at any tine. DiL addiess is Easley, 1t. F. D. No. 5. --Dr. A. B. Wardlaw, of Green. vlle, spent Sunday with his wife, ai tho home of her parents, Capt. a( MAs. John Ftgeimoni, mear Pickens". -Dr. d. L o'L a1(d Postmiat A. n . ame, nI p'snto j dih 1: en- L ig at, Li 1)mt uel...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 9 May 1906

~31O~sn~8,Sick Headache, our Stom ach, ZdrIt Liver and, Chronic Constipation. L pleasant to talte Pickens Farmers' Uii O Bureau of Information. . . .. ..................... ........I.......... south Caronnla lainers' Edtucational and tco-Operative 0 t il. ................... ............ C(ommun110 IictIons littenderi ror this depart. 111I t sh0111d1 be4 jildressel to J C. Stribling, iPendkletonl, 6otith Catrohiti. Farmers' Union News This South Carolina Farmors' JInion coluni is now published in every Southern Stato from the Rio Grand to the James Rivers. Texas and Oklahoma papers stato that our Farmers' Union members now round up more than six hundred thousand farmors that belong to the union. Cheor up, farmers, yo ur orga izat iolt is grow ing very fast in both Lmbttters and knowle3(dgo. Toll all farmors, wlhher they are delegatos or 11Iot, (() come to Anderson, S. C., cI 1ay 31Ist, to be present at th. organization of the Stato Farmers' ' nion. Any farmer iot already a mem ber o...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 16 May 1906

*E IKFNS SEN TINEN-JUR 1utered April 23, 1903 ut Pielens, s. C., as second elas matter. under act of Conge..of Marc 8 1879. VOL. XXXV PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, flAY 16, 1906. NO.51 Proqram of the Closing Exercises of the Keowee School. 'I ha fdllowing is the program CI the cliiing exercisos of the Keiowo 0 s '.rol, which took place, Saturday night, April 28: Divotional Exercises-Conduct ed by R-v. S. A. B-yant. Word of Welcome-Luther Bry ant. Two Motion Songs-Sang by Stu dents. Fair Iii.gen on the Rhine-Mary CousIty School House-Tennie Bryant. Rtng Out Wild Bella-Leslie A !..x ii n-er. eep w t-Sllio May Alex. aildor. Dialogue-Guy Fit-d ev. Rrcy Findley, Lonard Prico, DIewey Price, LIthor lidlev, Talton Alex andor vin( Frod Bro*111t. I Hav DrIcnk My Last-Luther Bry:-.I. It. G-s IdePn Rulp Applied to tife Sadik Crai A New 8ont!, David Vickery. ,Landing < f thi Pilgrim Fatthers in New Eugaoil--Leslie Alexander. Our Fi:'g-Rupert Nimmons. Moimir Go'>se, a Dialogue-Ru pert...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 16 May 1906

PJDISNED ZVBY WFDNSMDAX ILQRNINC, --BY The SentinolJournal Vompany THoMPsON & RIcrHEY PRoPs. J. L. o. riOMPSON, EDIron. --e Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Ratos Reasonable. Entered at Pickens Postotlce as second O1s Mal Matter PICKENS, S. C.: WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 1900. Metrologloal Table Ily John T noggs, observer, Licerty, S. c, 'emperature. . Character of 93-00 the day. 6 84 57 .bo Cloudy 7 68 63 .40 :jClotudy 8 72 42 0 Clear 9 63 50 0 Clear 10 70 38 0 Clear 11 76 441 0 Clear is 83 51 0 olear An Object Lesson. The fire in our town on last Ft iduV afternoon, which destroyed the barii of Dr. J. A.. Cannon, situated in the heart of the tmvn, and which, had the wind been blowing, would in al probability have destroyed thu dwell ing houses adjoining, and pcrhape the block of stores and dwellings 0on that row, is a warning to our people. It is difficult for one to realize th( danger from fire until they pu1f'u personal loss from it, and then, liii the proverbial fable, it's...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 16 May 1906

'.1,!Natulre l * r 1e.' Al envill, Sul)1 .y i.J.D.K ont, was in Pickens Monday on business. Soo W. C. Brmletto's annonnco mett for Magistrate in this issue. -~Mr. B. D. Garvin is announced for County Treasurer in this isoue. Next? liss Texie Bowen spent last week with the fauily of Capt. j. T. Taylor, i) Pickens. -Mrs. Obannon Morrison, of Co. luinbia, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. T. Richey, in Pickens. '-v rc W. T.-Jeanos has been quite sich for the past several dayd, but is bWer at this writing. -Mrs. 0. B. Williams, of (aines. ville, Oa., spent last week with her p rit-i, Mr. an(] Mrs. II. A. Mlichev. s . L. v, of Knvil le, cunil., HOs1 Uplii o o tinia wxi:h b h1r i"vleilt-, ..j 1i' ,ald M rs. J. J. --le .U 3hsiinattended (he S8t1% naraoe t~ in) Greon. vileo last w eek nttl I'lul ih ( 4 Iih litful dime. --Y. C. Lowg, lou t stoograp1er o tlle 'TeOnth Circuit, rpen't. 81emdy in 'eken -, the guest of S).-licitor S1.: ' I in-e Rupq( r, Denitist, hla,, loca lit Pickens, prelpared...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 16 May 1906

thatgoesfnot gipe or nwtaUS t. pleasant to tao. 4 Picken Farners' Union Bureau of Iunfortiion. . . . . . . . . .. ........................................................ South Carolinta Friners' Educational and Co-Operative Union. Comunuicaitions intended for this depart Mnnt should be addressed to J. U. Strieling, Peudleton, South Carolina. State Farmers' Union. Bear in mind the State Farmers' Union will meet at 12 noon at An. derson, S. C., Thursday, May 31st. Our Anderson County Farmers' Union brethren are a thorough. going, lively, substantial and good looking set of farmers. See to it that every county in the State' altri - t., .;,id eve: i t a b ttr rep-. ireietative hEdy than An derson:! does. Anderson (oIunty 1'Uimn men can taeo care ol a ;arge tiol egatIon U011m the t 114). doubt a large (clegat.iti n IIrIt every counly in the Stat) will make a fine show iud impression for the good of the organization in a way; but for the good work in organizing a Stato Union and, especia...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 23 May 1906

AY~ e 44' H T P CKENS SUNTINELJOR Entered April 23, 1903 tit Pickens 8. 0., as second Olasn matter, under not of Congrefs of March 8, 1879. VOL*XXX- PICKENS, SOUTN. CA5OLINA2 WDNISSD A INTERSTING OLD MEMORANDUM. An old memorandum book which is on exhibition in Tapp'f Window in Colum.bia, contains the following interesting i-ading O the fly leaf was written the fol lowing: 'Roll of -Palmett< Riflemen, from 1861 to 186t -Fgrth 8 C V Reg't. Gen' D R Anderson. First Brig 8 C V Loingstret t Corps." Then the fol, lowing names and data, lightly touched by time and in the uncer. tain tracery of an aged hand: Thos. P Benson, dead; I Nor. den Brown; killed; Bail Byrum, in Texa4; Joo N Byrum Anderson; 'V F Barr, dead: Thos; Burriss, died 1867; A D Brown, killed First 'Manassas; Jhn Bailey, died in hospital, 1863; Joe Beaiter, dieel in hospital, 1861; W F Brown, Liv. ing, Andpr.oii, John Cu nningham, livilg, Mi4: John R Cochran, An. derson; R M Clinkscale, "Carters. ville, Ga ; Thad Clinksca...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 23 May 1906

She 0,ntine1Journal Company. TuoursON & R1IliEr. PROPs. J. L. 0. THOMPSON, EDITOR. Subscription O1.00 Per Aunum. Advertising Rates Reasonable. Sntered at PiOkens Postoffee as seond ClassI Mail Matter PICKENS, S. C.: WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 1900. Metrologlcal Table Dy John T Boggs, observer, Licorty, S. 0, 1'emperaturo. Character of tho day. 18 85 55 0 Clear 14 86 67 0 Clear 15 87 6 0 Clear 16 87 i 8 0 Clear 17 90 65 0 Clear 18 95 60 0 Clear 19 05 6 0 Olear The Old Soldier. It has been truly said that the story of the Confederate soldier is the history of the ceones and strug gles that tested and revealed the genuine philanthropy and true patri otism of the Southern soldier. lhe struggles of the heroes on the battle field and the heroines at home are not only familiar, but have becomo a part of the lives of their sou and daughtets, and the'spirit and cbar acter of these is the priceless heritage of the Southern man in the prime of life today. These old soldiers wo e men of faith in th...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 23 May 1906

eaDpeillAs of a Local ald Feraoa Eiturs A -&-Cherries are ripe. - Pickens Is growing. -Pretty oold for May. -Mrs. H. W. Parr Is reported very sick. - And still we say: 'Lets all pull together for the good of our town and County." -We regret to learn of the death of the little son of Mr. John Hood, near -Glassy Mountain, on the 22nd inst. - Married, on the 20th inst., at Central, Ifev. C. (.-Fricksi officiating, MiSS Essa Dacus and Mr. Winston D. Moody. -Announcements are coming in slowly, 1 ut we still have hopes that there will be a sufficient number of candidates to fill the offices. -Mis' Pagett, one of the teachers in the Pickens Graded School, was taken suddenly ill and left Sunday c for her home in Columbia. - WtV are in receipt of an invitati in to attend 0,tmn.incemont exorcises of Withrop N rinal and Iadsutrial - Colb-go, which takes'place June 3rd, e 4th and 5th. -Lest Sunday was the big day at ej Cross Roads, awl as usual a large t crowd uas preser.. It was an ideal I...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 23 May 1906

cosifnati. O Pleasalpt to talte rickens wlEIREEN PEAS Lwith a fertil high percentage of to get the healthiest "Truck Farming" are two practical bo, which we mail free ligation to those wl They contain valt truck-gardening as a Addrese, GERMAN Now York-93 Nassau Street. or Farners' Union Bui'call of 111foinn'lii. . . . .. ...............................................1 -Condle(ed by the South (arolitta Pat rrinierW Fld elitional aod Co-OperitIivo Unjioti. Comin uticat ions intetidted for this depart m11elit Should be 1toldressed to .1. Ci. Strieling, Pendleton, South Ultroliutt. Eternal Viqilance Is the Price of Liberty. Did you ever know of a great victory being won without a hiard fight? Frniers, eternal vigilance is the price of Liberty I Constant at tendance at your local Unions is the price that you must pay to keep up the life of your organiza tions. Have something good and now to talk about at every meeting you have. Leavo the bad news for the unorganized growlor to tell; lie...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 30 May 1906

PIHIE S SE 1.J0R Entered April 23, 1903 at Pickens, 8. 0., as secod lass matter. under act of Congress of March 8, 1879. VOLXXXVI .PICKEN, SOUTH CAROLINAN WEDNESDA31 QUESTIONS ANSWERED. rir" Having received, from tite to time. tors asking information ou dilicult quesilc wo0have decided to answer some already cc ived, as well as thoice received hereafter. furnish this information free, therefore, 3 need tot got your back up if the answer di please you. "Will you please tell me wh Woman can't throw a rook or 0th missile as straight as a man ca KATI-it Well, K7ie, you have asked a queLin that we know to be fact. Some years ago we told girl she could not hit a tree abo six feet in front of her with a roc She doubted our assertion and' fored to prove it by throwing t rook. We wero young, thein, ai ii. xperienced, so we got behii har. After going through sor celistheni) exercises, she turn( loose the rock. Tiie result wai we now carry a small hole in tl back of our head, the place .who th...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 30 May 1906

q~ ~D%'~V~flV W AX0t1W -BY he Sontinel-ournal Comppny Tno3Pson & oronyr. PROPs. t d. J. L. 0. THOMPSON, EDITon. r SubscriptiOn $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rates Reasonable. P lntered at Piokons Postoffce as Second Class Mail Matter W PICKIENS, S. C.: ti WEDNESDAY, MAY 30, 1900. Metrologicl Tablo By John T lloggs, observer. Licurty, S. C, (I Temperature. .a q; Character of ig: 3 rj tho day, t S93 58 0 Clear 21 77 61 0 Clear 82 61 (1 Clear .: 81 62 o Clear 24 83 61 0 -! 14 61 10 Cloudy 20 70 60 102 Cloudy Another Milestone Passed. With this issue we begin' another year in our newspajer pilgrimage', and our paper adds ono more to its mn)y years of p)lblicat.ion. We have striven in the pat4 to make the SEN TINEL JOURNA. what its name im) plies-a watchful purveyor of ,infor mation. Vo iavo felt our short comings, and have been flooded witb advice; but while most any man can tell an eaitor hew to run a nowsaper, not one out of at hundred can them selves successfully carry out that un...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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