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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 8 August 1906

V'O "V PIKN,-U"CROIA ENSA9 arzurs' Union Bureau of Inforiati011. South Carolina Farera' Educational and Co-Operative Union. Comninieiationuj Intended for til depart inent should bo addressed to J. U. Stribung, Pendleton, South Carolina. They Won't Stick. A member of another Union while talking to a member of our t Union a few days neoi', said that he - was afraid that. the farmers wouln't stick after they had met and put v a price on their cotton. (Hore, Brother Stribling take a I few drops of this camphor. Maybe / that will kenp you from "throwing up.") - No "they won't stick" Now i wasn't that fellow playing soma I Mweet music, ifter knowig that c cotton wont froin eev.u cents to ten and a hilf in July, if the same year? t And didn't lie know that our man knew that this rise in the price was i brought ahout by the farmers "a i vtickin'?' a Say, Colenel, don't you think I you could cut the "double shufflie" h after that fellow's music, when you t romember that the Union met at Toxa...

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. — 8 August 1906

IokeR Rntinel-Journal illmos11,HD ERlY wEDNWsDAY MoltNINCI. --BY Tho Sentinol-Journal Company, THOMPsoN & IicrEy. Pnors. L. 0. TnOMPSON, EDTOR. Subscription $1.00 Per Aunumi. Advertising R1a10 Ro1oab ntered at M oOnh PostoiHoO as eofnd olaS ( Nanl Mattier FICKENS, S- C. Wj ,NLsjA Y, AUGUST S. 1906. FOR CONGREISS. Vilonorables Julius E. Boggs ' a1d Vyatt Aiken are both announced in I his paper for Congreen from thi', he Third, Congressional District .'hey are both good men, anI true, nd the district will be well taken are of no matter w hich one happens got oeckted. [his paper is peculiarly situated ii his rave: Mr. .Boggs is a follow )wnlsmIan3, neighbor mid friond to ,.1i editor, and at one time editor of lis paper; ho0 IS sVIe'd h143 IowII, Junt.y and State well 11ad h11uld 11. u electod to the oflice to which he it spiring the interss of the diatrio ill be in good baidr. Mr. Aikei , lually our friend. Ile is a pluantil Cntleman, in in lefatigable worc:o. Id stando high in the...

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. — 8 August 1906

J3urna d 6 Personal 011 0 visit to OdV ing K m Ixuromer isses Me Prj Affing misI ast inster thi -Mr. and M .oy ave returned .from a to rola. tIvos in Columt Mr. Jack La" ten(ed siit to relatives t Rich lanid and XWostrr . -Miss Argi- f Char hfstonl is spend aier in Pichils at the I A. ridgo iii Piclc( , 1,i f 10 lbs sodam V mind changoey have --N1114. 0001-i An, tin(1 little (aug~lter, umbia. fire vi~itiug MrIi. 'IROI), it) L'ich ic. --Miss Janie ' IsChar ld niss Mary ienvilnv, Vii- Miss Bili :t. week. -Mr. rai e v ia two WVeeka Vacation ds and rohitves in i e other chanes. .irs -iiss ("cdia i igisoa, and( Aliss 11OWni ry were ai charing g s Lucin l!'olger last weel, ndMiss ary .N auld (W~O chidrec. I 1ittl ,mid WVallmalla. -20) lbs migat . I gel rovidy to Eit it. -'r. A. E. I the law onitye in a tGo J 1_ __ -blieorCAma the chrming bosterishss ofet. - Mr. and M.Li ~ ehn anis w chenildre. s on Tneket, Hre visipesn ~vith ur heahenimlle 1101 pre ate, me otr high 1 fot W~ddrslon, a~ hey...

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. — 8 August 1906

- axa '~~~ that does -not PC or1 nauseate ple1sant to ta e. Pickens HOW WEASELS HUNT. Tibe Orneeftu: 'oge of the Avil1a I VilI enoni the Trall. Tile 1111 grace of the Wease, .nay be observedl wheinever it is on the trail. At an even speed, with Iose to the ground, its reddisli brown back seems literally to glide alolg through the rank herbage by the ainik. It Jiay he the ficen1t of a rat, and the trail Way takO it In and out of the Imnka good mny times, before it comes up with its victiln. It UaY oVenh have tO M11n a streali before Its per tistence ii row rde(d. It is wonderful how small :1 hole that long, arched hl)13y '-a glde luto aid emergo frop. without the slightest dlileulty. Wiet it has caught ,,n(d killed its prey Its movements are equally grace 1ul as it c;rries the spoii home to its hoCt. trossing a lientish field I saw a vse ,omilg aloig un der the hedge row rdl toIed froin the chase. There was the same sinuous motion of the aick, but the little beast's hiad was hold as ...

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. — 15 August 1906

- y4 TiE. PICKENS SENTINEJR Eutored April 23, 1903 at ickens, 8. (., as second olasa matter, undor act of Cougross of March 8, 1879. PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUTS 15, 1906. ___ __ 1 Fariiers' Union Bureau of Ilforiatio0n. -Conducted by tlhe Sotatit Carolla In a rmners' Educational and Co0.0 rativp Union. Coma unications internded for thiu depart inent should be addressed to J; t. strirling, Pendleton, South Carolina. President Mell today, August 7, 9 surrendeTed and turned over- the town, pharaphernalla and grounds to the farmers of South Carolina, and told theni that Clemson Col. logo was the property of the farm. ers and for the institute week, at least, all the dffie's and attachees 'were at the command of the farm ers, and as the Farmers Union olmuposed by odds the largest and iroigest farmors orgimization in the State, a groat big, grand Farm. ei*a Un1o1111 )Fleca was pull.ed off on WeVdnesday. National President R. F. Duck. wort h and Stat President Good, wvin mad...

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. — 15 August 1906

gi YviAY WEDESDAY ORNmo. he So: .nol-Journal Comp ny, TOMPSoN & ICHEY, PROP.9. J. L. 0. '1'iIOM PSON, EMuTol.M ubEoription $1.00 Per Annum. Adveraiising Rates Reasonable. ored at Pickens Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter PICK ENS, S. C. PYEDNESDA Y, AU(1TS'i' 1.", 1906. The Race For Governor, Tho peoplo of this section of the ,ato have little to hopo for,, 09 com. g from any of the candidates for overnor in the race '-this present Aar. If the action of the majority of the eople voting in thu oloction held in As county lest spring is to be taken s an index to the real wishes of the eople on the whiskey question, then 111r people in Pickens county wan irohibition, and we believe that is he desire of tho majority who have teighed the matter well and dispas lonately. There ore two candidates n the field, we believe, who ar1e out. ad out prohibition men, but their 'ecords are not establishod and their ollowing, consequzentlv, is not a fac ,or in this race, especially as the agi ...

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. — 15 August 1906

nings of Local and Personal Nature. Guy McFall Is in Greenville on -The election for Cotton Weigher at Pilkeus 19 Saturday, 18th. --Tlhe State campaign meeting is U6 Vkens next Monday, 20th inst. -wvas on *basiness. -Miss Jane Purdy has returned from a very pleasent visit to friends at Honea Path. -Miss Florence Huer of Green. ville, visited Mrs. J. M. Stewart in Pickens last week. --James P. Cr"Tey has gone to Tate Sprinigs, Tenn. for about two week's recreation. --Miss Helen Boggs, who has been vhiting in Eaosley for the past week, has returned home. -Mas Lola Earle, of Walhalla, is the che''ming gu- t of the Misses A.4lmoro "V1 w -k. * -Mr. Frank C 'x, Depot Agent at Pickens, made a business trip to Greenville on last Friday. -John A'thony, who has a posi 'tion in Washivge i, D. 0., is at home foi a few weel's vacation. -Dr. J. N. Hallum of the Pickens Drug Co. spent two days in Greer: ville last wook on busin, as. Miss Mr-gie Stribling of West minster, S. C., 4 the charming gues...

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. — 15 August 1906

ach, pid xver-.And Chronic to tipation. Pleasant to talle Pickens ' RECKONING TIME. 'The Watch of the man In the stree Is sot by the Stnen. Time Is a pOreniluly interesting sub- E ject. Before the clironometer III the 8( jeweler's window a iprocession is con stiaitly iWHsiig. Tho banker pulls out his $700 repeater, eitnares it with the cironometer and inovis on. The oico boy with just as much dignity consults the dollar tineploce tiut bulges his lit tio waistcoat: loth are equally idker. the spell of tiine. As most persons know, Iipgland sup plies the world with that valuablo but impalpabl coimmoity, that purely ar itrary thing whIell we carl time. The merldian of the Royal Obsel-vatory at G;rcenwlch Is the polit from which the day of tho civilized world is reckoned, but in America the United States Naval observatory in Washington determinel Gr('ee1wichfi tuineI and distributes it by telegraph. - In the end the watch of the nman in the street is sot. by the stars. Out of the vast nu...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 22 August 1906

4-14 PICKENS SENTINELJR Eutered April 28, 1903 ut Pickous, 8. 0., as socoud class matter, undor ct, of Oougress of Maroh 3 1879. _OLXXXVI PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUTS 22, 1906. NO 13 BIRTH ORETilt MOON LUNA WAS FLUNG OUT OF THE EARTH INTO SPACE. Site Oned Filled, Perhaps, t6 Great Dusin Now Occuplod. by the P"eiC Ocenn-Latest Ideas of Beience as to Conditions on Onr Satellite. Milllons of years ago the earth was not the land bound, sea swept globe so familiar to-us, but a liquid mass on which floated crust some thirty-five iles thick. At that period, says the Strand Magazine, it turned on Its axis at a constantly lncre.t'.:; speed that finally shortened the day to three hours. When that torrifle velocity was ob tained r),000 cubic million miles of mat ter were hurled off by the enormous centrifugal force, and our moon was born. The cleaving of so large a body must have left some scar on the earth's surface. it has accordingly been sug gested that the great basin now oc...

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. — 22 August 1906

-hIo Sontinol-3ourna1 l pay T'i'rsw & RicHE~y, lbseript Io j~l 1.00) P.er Aiun. cd at I1iOkci:S 'lO I' toflCe as SeCond Cham 160~~*i . ~CII~ 1! 11101 VBV'b lVW (1111)10 R t ~ ~ ~ E ktI~I~kl h 110 8 11 F i ui 1 Lceib , fu conlgress w0 ill t t. * tui~ingcut. at girent dal o,' ii ~uudu ut 10: 50 u I o'l~e eth 11c hgA ki v r 11itute 0.: trilig 1. t out, fq. )OM) Eii Davcid K'1 ti II' 'i rn li f 1) IIt 1~ , Il, )d t'-' I8 k(' mowrd l0 1 to i;'1,C (~aJ ho I)ICAS.b1uI( I a l.ifaills o1 it LOWly m r' j1. ~ 1 i:i ad 3'Itl'o got oil ~~har ~ ~ Mi )ii '. lO .11 e 1 liur 'S ~ ~ ~ i~ t- 1:ei 1. ,l"8 W ilili.. N 11 rv\1 m0~Vtl)(hill ) 'SO i. 10"( t ~ l o lnut1 2. ~ n d Dmoeatik 2iNb of Pickous nty. will 1eet Itt their ree'pective frecincts on Triesday, Augdit 28, 1006 for A1th purpose of voting for one United Stateo Seintor, ono Rtopro s4entative in Congros, Qvernor and Stato oflicers, and Cotnty officers. There will .1 two tickot.,; for each voter. The first for United Staios Solntor, Governo...

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. — 22 August 1906

Appbings ofPLocal and Personal Nature. -MAIs Francis Robinson of Easl y, AC, is visiting Miss Helen *ogte this week. nMr. Duncan Baker, of Charles. ton, visited 1on. doorgo 8. .Legate gono to dciends aR d ito are at Chick Sprin'g for about two weeks recreation. . -Messrs. Jack Lewis and Claude Hester visited at Clemson and Sonoca last Sunday. Mrs. R. S. Cithcart, of Charleston is visiting her sister, Mrs. B. A. Ha good in Pickens. ---R Bauce has gone away this woek to seerol places on profos sional business. -Miss Florido .Carey is on an -x tended visit to frrends and relatives in Seneca and Walhalla. --Mrs. T. P. Rizur and daught r, Miss Lona, of Augusta, a , are on a visit to Ms rs. . .. randy. -Mi Ze> Broyles of Anderson has returned bou after visiting the Viisses Ashmaro Jur two weeks. --Misses lua and Maka Boggs -turnol homo Modally fromti a t wo %veeks vsit. to relativesi at Calhoun. -Dr. Robert hKu ksey and wire lave gone West for a month or so or the iouefit of Dr. Kirkso...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 22 August 1906

or nauseae DIZZINESS orW~ , Vert o gco. ieW,1 cr.3 s4ometimes'. try to clhltifgl~ III isfl50 be(t wt.'.) thi.t-0 twvo words, Wit practlell ly, Ill j%,iplIr~ usage, titey of relatio8i tl wt' m."~~l 4)i(, (if 1110 ofl1~ ( libi'i . The Fwjj. sat1101 per4.';Jt14t tvt'fl when'i the~ ov.es II 0.' (1050(I. T1here I,, more 44ta, olxitlt to v...t1k :.t i*4t181) 4 # u vk.': to taels l, u n o t . fling.s I 11:i it (4 the (I Ill t r it, KCOW01 ili' call-lds Di i h car, Ill hc till ((!I. the (',1li4'" tt'44tillliIitu ir re'2cx. 11o.ic i;. - ii' (if It I~ I.;,'f~ ' \0 1' e h;a lI"qu 'aag eeul t, 2t . iat '.4444 $ ' il t o . tt&' iilt 1S t 0U*.,14Ole: ittilete u of hn.al'k ti4)4. U le tvl. 1-1' ~r ti , , i' * l1. 1 I ly W11011 11 11 glie S4 I Of IellI.V flaO'4ad fromit II IutI obijet to) 11 r111(fltL 011o or t'lio .tv(orsa. *orden .t (j igp.Ati l e1( !:j'1t (,j ethe '1 ; stolllwh (wr tilt j1it4'tj Io . U' f'e frlat the4 IIMI1g'f-talkh ki 44))II)11.1 Another mnoro vtorl,%tH ". e v' Ijz iloilt o...

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. — 29 August 1906

HE PIC KENS SE INELORN. Entered April 23, 1903 at Pickens, 8. 0., as second class matter, under act of Congress of March 8, 1879. VC 1XXXVI PICKENS, SOUTI-I CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29, 1906. N01 HMAM, KING OF TYRE. The Phoenietan Monnreh and is t fort to hsmitaite the Deity. Hiram, the Phocenician monarch, strOve to imitate God by eorecting four mighty pillarn ulponl which he caused seven heavens-apartmetsto be built. The first was constructed of glass, 50C by -500 yards, storing therein mock il ntges of the sun, moon and stars. The Recond compartnment of iron, 1,000 hy 1,000 yards, was tho receptacle of pro clous stones, causilng a terrifle noisc resembling thunder when they crashed against each other id th ei caisiement of the inclosure. The third chamber was of lead, 1,500 by 1,500 yards. The fourth was of tin, 2,000 by 2,000 yards. The fifth was of copper, 2, 'o by 2,500 yards. The sixth was of s Iver, 3,000 by 3,000 yards. The seventith was of gold, 3,50) by1 3,500 yards, c...

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. — 29 August 1906

PUltimsED MYRRY Wm 'bh 0nne13ournal Company. TitommoN & Uidur. PRops. - 1. j.. 0. E DIN, E rTOR. abqiptiol 0)1.o l'er Anuuim. Advetising Rates lcasonable. Entered at PIreils Postot!Iee as Socond Clan Mal Mlatter PICKEN3 S. C.: WEJDNESDAI', A LAUST 29, 1906. Moteir and Child Drowned. List FHrielay night, aibout 9 o'clock, wl'*oc Gcorge Wat kiis and his fatmily wvc-v, lriving a0 their 1 home it) the N m :- of the cototy, I boy w c' en'a laby n serio,m' atccident, ' N r \ :".hd i thl ddt h of MAm. ad hier yotu o tAt child, a. at 18 ioitl-' old. MI.. Watkinluls v: v iu'y ta mimueb, hitched to i ' ,h. ie t. TI (att 'mpt ing to cross VI iago (cek at Lhe ford, [he e oravti aitoiti. The eret-k was bh . :-n vy in ius f 1 iiher up thec m1. .mitains. Thewaa il overI f', fio , 'rdil a:inarJly'h wmen on 111 and two ke Jtt alp, wr l .)ap to ia height of Iv,a 0- . l', '11 I the creek was om 10; to 18 feoet vider thanl U81n(11 In the swift flow of the wimsual volume iof water the noles wore una...

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. — 29 August 1906

TH COUNTY cT ON Th eiecaon ilk thit .couuty was very qg oc<rly, ovorybody having the iranId loexady made up 00 to wio thoy Wo i jote for boore they went' to the poll, therefore L.L V~hV Ijg k.0 countr uyi, t the threo boxos will not poll over100 votes. Mr. J. P. Carey is olected -on the n . .cmeratulaited c - hlIs made. c-un uOr C 1.etor for the sonate; Looper ind Alor for tuperVieo; J. P. SnAith , W'liami F and Noidi Moore vro the thiee higicst, so far, for the commis LA one'0s placo and the tree boxes not he-d from makia it impossilo to dui.ido which twu A the three will bt in the t (ond racte; Garvin and Edens fo<r (reastrer also run over. I I1he cIgressiohe' rc Ailan hV: s ggi y '10 ')o-3 Sized1 maj.>rity , touch to t regret cif M'. Bogga' nunj frionds 11ad (jespce' ly thoso in t h unty. I and forty-nino of the crats of the county utm irately ecitched Tillman's name cif of their ticket. - The State vote in the county is as follows; '1 :llmr i, 2,145; Ansel, 1,780; Bleas...

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. — 29 August 1906

Hleadache, Sour' o ach, Torpid Liver and Chronic Constipation.) Pleasant togtalte, Picke: Farmiiers' Uniioni Buireau of Iniformnationi. -(o0dtoluetd by the south citrolimt Firitkir' .ti ttitona1 aiud co-operative Untiont. conmmtinlentions itilendeel for tibs depart iletit siouild be addressed to .1. G. Strioling, 'on(lilton, South Carolitut. Looks Like 12 1-2 cent Cotton. From every quarter comos the news of the disastrous results of the recent dry and scorching sun following the long rainy month of Suly. We are sure that the loss by this hot spell will roach 40 to 50 per cent of the crop if the hot woather continues without rain. Don't be deceived; remember that about two-thirds of the crop reporters judge the cotton crop) by the looks of' the stalk tle same as 4hy would judge a growing hay cropi. Farmers' ('nion Ilei All y( that havo 110 warehouses han(ly t< store cotton in, get at it tit onbh and put ill) pole pe)nsi or most. anN coitrivance to store your cotton il the sod. Al...

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. — 5 September 1906

I.,., a f ' J* -- - - TH PICKENS SENTIN . Eutered April 23, 1903 at Pickncis, 8. U., as second class matter, under act of CongrHes of Xlarc 8, 1879. VOL. XXXVI PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1906. NO15 NEWSPAPERS AND MOD RULE. The Richmond (Va.) Time -Dispatch Prints Some Raps Against - aw York City ''Do Things" Newspapers. On July 24th a citizen refused to pay a second fare to the Brooklyn Rapid Transit company, and was thereupon arrested by the State of Now York for creating a disturb ance. When the case was brought before Justice Gaynor, the defend. ant was paroled, at d 'w > days later whlen the base was tried, the coun sel for the company alleged that the whole affair was a trick gotten up to depress the stock of that company. However, on Saturday, the 28th, just bofore the heavy rush for Sunday began, Judge Gaynor, one of the candidates for the democratic nomination for Governor, handed down a decision, holding the party who had been arrested not guilty. I...

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. — 5 September 1906

?BIUla191BD EvERY WEDNmSDAY MORNING. Y The Sntinel-urnal Company. TnomsoN & RIoHEY. PnoPs. J. 1J. 0. THOMPSON, EDITOR. SBibscription 01.00 Per Annum. Advertising Bates Reasonable. Entered at Pi0kens Postomee as Secoud oians Mail Mgtter PICKENS, S. C.: WEDNE8DAY, SEPTEIUIER 5, 1906. LAUlEL FORK HEARD FROM. Preclnct Box Lands at 'lPkens witlh a Dozen Votes In it, ,Eleven for Ansel, Eleven for Lyon and Twelve for - Carey' On last Friday afternoon, while the county officers, several citizens of the town and county, including Congress man Legaro and Solicitor Boggs, were sitting in :ront of the court house enjoying the mountain breeze and talking about the weather and election, Laurel Fork box came in. It had rained nearly all lay, and the executive committee had just ad journed, after declaring the result of the election. All the boxes were in except Laurel Fork or Horse Pasture, as it is some times called. Laurel Fork is situate I in the nortwest corner of the county. the most moun...

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. — 5 September 1906

PChunBonfinel-JournAi appenings of 7o a-iid Personal Nature. --A Brandon Taylor has gone to Chick Springs for a few days. -Miss Jenoie Blassingam is visit ing the MisSes Ashmoro this weekt -Mr. Harry H. Horris, of Green ville'VIibod here lriit Saturday and Sunday. --Tils Eva Rampley, of Atlanta, Ga., anf the guest of M;1 Eileno - i. I " aweek. Wtv, Aelen Buggs hna gone t A , Iielt friendi otd relatives two weeks. -The Misses Poster, of Greenville, are the charming gursti of Miss Nellie Grandy this week. -Miss Marguerito Watt,'of Green. Ville, is the cbarming guest of the Misses.Purdy this week, -Mrs. T. L. Bivens left last Sun. day to attend the burial of her father, A. C. Heatb, of Waxaaw, N. C. -The Hon. Jamed '. Carey and Judge R. 0. Purdy went to Walhalla lost Monday on professional business. -Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Gassaway and children spent Sunday in Pickens with Mrs. .J. R Ashinore, a siter of Mrs. Gassaway. -Mrs. A E. Freeman and Migs Ethel Jenkins returned hone Satur. day from...

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. — 5 September 1906

The new Laxauve that does npi grip. g or naushte. Pleasant to take. Piel Farniers' Union -Conducted by thc South Carolin" Fariners' Educational and Co-operative Union. Communications intended for this depar nent 9hould be addressed to J. U. Stritling Pendleton, South Carolina. Farmers' Cotton Exchange. Why not producers of cotton ru their own cotton exchange, an have their own prices published i the newspapers? Who has a bettor right to d this business for the cotton growe than the cotton growers them selvo Cotton farmers just because yo have been acting silly all you days by allowing others to pric your stuff for you is no good rea son why you should continue alon this silly line when you now kno, better how to attond to your ow afbitire by lning up in an organize way with your follow oraftsmle who are in it with you. Como across, brother, and joi the Farmers' Union. Where is the fairness in makin the cotton growers lose the bagginj and ties while these same Mat chester spinners ma...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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