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

News of Interest -Gleaned !ror Arranged ror LICENSE MAYBE REVOKED. Southern Life Insurance Company Mixed up With the Seminole to its Hurt. dn accohat of ..being dissatisfied with the statement made by C. J. Cooper, general manager of the Southern Life Insurance Company, to Commissioner McMaster, the latter has ordered the o cials of that com pany to show cause on January 18, 1909, why its license to do a life insurance business in South' Carolina should not be revoked. The commissioner in his letter toic Mr. Cooper reviews his statements as t published last week which statement i goes into the history of the deal be tween the Seminole Securities com-, pany and the Jife insurance concern when the former bought the stock of the company. This statement, it willj be recalled, shows that the par value of the stock was $50 per share and 1 2,300 of these shares were sold at an average price of $108.331-3 and that other hares at not less than 150 per fr. cMasters declares that he,:.1 consid...

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. — 24 December 1908

8"uopsis of the Proceedings of th National Rouse ind Senate. .Saturday's Session. The House of Representatives Sa urday was in. ; .old,-time form. ,Nc particular programme had been,map Pod out, but under a call of e01it tees several measures in which the members were especially interested, and in some cases vitally cncerned, Were considered. With- few excep tions they engendered- the liveliest sort of debate, and it was disclosed that the forces for 'or against them were fully lined up for the fray. Parliamentary tactics were freely re sorted to, with the result that five times, the roll was called. The first- rangle becurred on a reso lition, firing the boundary line be tween the States of Colorado, Okla homa 'and Iew Mexico, which was agreed to by a majority but not with ut wo roll calls. The House then a decisive v.ote refused to further iAsider the bill providing for arbi settlement of disputes between oyers and employes. - xt turning attention to the bill ,oviding for the prote...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 24 December 1908

Picken Sentinel-Jou PUMRD EVERY TIIUI4DAY MORNIN -BY The SontinelJouraal Company. TpomPsoN & RICHEY. PRoPS. J L. O.THOMPSON. EDITOR. 64ihoript ion $1.00 Per Auuim. Advertsing Rotes Reasonable. Mutered at Pickens rustofmce as Second Class Mall Matter PICKENS, S. C.: TIIURSDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1908. THE COST-PRICE SALE. The SENTINEL-JOURNAL editor has no desire or intent to engage in a mud-slinging contest with any other paper. It employs our entire time to l(ok after our own business so wt. have made it a rule to let other people's affairs severely alone. When a man must resort to personal abuse in reply to a ra tional controversy, he is either uttrlv void of mental ability or )hs a very weak cause to defend. / Inl the last issue of the Easley .1Progress its editor makes a des perate attempt to fix malice and inlconsi-stenlcy (n this paper. Mr. O'Dell has even gone to the trouble of making a lengthy aliiavit in ordner to bolster up the Easley Progress. It was not necessary for Mr. O...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 24 December 1908

iy Goods and Shoes. are now ready for Fall and Winter business, with a full Dry Goods and Shoes. I did not go to market until there had been Breaks in Prices. I found sellers sell, and offering extra inducements to cash buyers. osition to accept their offers I bought largely and at er prices than for several seasons past. That mea n buy your dry goods for less money than you did My prices will be based on 8c cotton. No more but the best branded goods wlll be sold for 5c. G deseason for 12%c. and i5c. now 10c. Hea nel for i oc. Hea * 0 $ The /s goods I have ever had and for'es 0'r for less money. ; $1.25 a 1.00 the standard of Good hoes for little money. ome and let us prove what we say. A. K. Park,. BARGAIN SA LES The season of the year is at hand when you will need certain goods-these goods we bought early in the season, and we closed the deal only when we got the price right. We want only a small profit, and we now offer you: Heavy Fleece-Lined Under-Garments (for Men) per suit, 8...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 24 December 1908

W TKe old idea, too, of a phys!.al hell as the eternal abode of unrepentant sinners has given place to the teach ing of Universalism that all life, both here and hereafter is one-that it is a great school-that opporotunity for repentance and salvation never ends. but that God will discipline each soul with His tireless love, until all souls 'know and obey ;Him. All these changes have been toward that broad er religion known as Universalism "that Universalism which means har mony-nnan at harmony with himself, at harmony with his leighbor, at har mony with his God." "That jn'ver salism which teaches also that Jesus is the great Harmonizer, that He caie to reconcile man to his duty, to deal:ng unselfishly with his biother, to bonor and obey his God." What other religious conception can point to so many changes in the olO-established ideas of God and re lig!on, and can say these are the changes; these evolutionary changes toward the light and truths that have been brought by our mainten...

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. — 7 January 1909

iI?IJIE lSENTINEL ORA Entered April 23, 1V03, at Pickens, S. 0., as Bocond-Olass Matter, Under Act of Congress of March'-3, 1879. VOL. XXXVIII. PICKEa, S., S. C., THURSDAY, JANUARY 7,1909. IEARTHQAKE Most Destructive i eration % WIOE CITIES DESTROYED Earthquako rollowed By Tidal Wave, Destroys City After CJy in South Italy and Sicily and Obliterated Smaller Town3 and Villages With out Number. One of the most disastrious earth quakes inl tle world's history occur red on Monday in the lower portion of I1taly incluiding the island of sicilv. The news of the appalling disaster w%as io,t adequately conceiv d when the cables first brought the mesme. No tollg..,m or pen can de pict tIe horors of the awful calanity tiat ]its t allr-n upon that region. L'afer. def:iils covering more ful!y felh horrible ceeurence are given in the following ldispateles. and show that the first news of the disaster came iiowhrv near giving the fall e tAent of tlhe devastation wrought. The immensity of the disas...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 7 January 1909

Six Mile Items. Christmas passed off very quietly in OUr little town. The Xmas Tree given by the school proved to be a grand success, and was pleasantly enjoyed by all present. The Six Mile school opened last Thursday after a week's vacation for Xmas. There will bd preaching ser vices at Six Mile church next Saturday and Sunday, by our new pastor W. M. Walker. Let all church going people bear this in mind and be present. Sun day School at this place has -been changed from morning till in the afternoon at 3 o'clock. Mrs. B. C. Atkinson after a severe illness of fever is able to be out agdin to the delight of hier many friends in. and around Six Mile. The miany friends through out this community and else where are glad to learin ti it Miss Jane Boroughs of near .raters, wvIho Was seriously hurt. not long since im a ru-11-a -w, is fast imroving, and hope to see her out again soon. Mrs. Tomi Kelly anid lrs. 1). Gx. ivans are sPen1din1 severa ra ith the forller's relaiiVes in Anukrson. l...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 7 January 1909

ickens -sentine %-jourilal UBT8d1ED EVERY TJHU1tDAj ('OXRNLO. -BY The Sentinel-Journal Company. TvOMPSON & RICHEr. PRops. J. L. 0. THOMPSON. EDITOR. Subscription $1.00 Per Auuum. Advertisiug Xtutes Reasonable. Entered at Pickens F%stofllce as Becond Class Mail Matter PICKENS, S. C.: TIRSDAY, JANUARY 7, 1908. SOME CHANGES. For twelve years, through evil as well as good report, THE SEN TINEL has been under the pres ent management, and in that time many changes have taken place in the county, nearly, or quite all of which, have been for the betternwit. iipbuilding, :ement of weeks this ir home, as hope, and has rejoiced with you in your joys aild ,JsIc(rely consoled with yol ill sro.(rws. It lias al w .1ays1- chrle(d the h11)pelling"s pf th coilnty a-! it coulid vatch tihe.m -h I isrth, deaths, and( (n)ong f it-, iwoplc. It has noted I Ihw moral and relig iols 11lifhtl1n of its citizens, it has watcled -with pleasure and pride the fin.acial and lidustri al developmlent of the count...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 7 January 1909

ickens Setie 0-Journal UIDMBHED EVE-RY TIJURSDA "AORNINO. -BY The Sentinel-Journal Company. TvOmPSON & RICHEY. PRoPs. J. L. 0. THOMPSON. EDITOR. Subscription $1.00 Per Anuum. Advertisiug Aates Reasonable. Entered at Pickens Fostoffice am Second Class Mal Matter PICKENS, S. C.: THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 1908. SOME CHANGES. For twelve years,'through evil as well as good report, THE SEN TINEL has been under the pres ent management, and in that time many changes have taken place in the county, nearly, or quite all of which, have been for the betterment. ipbuilding, :ement of weeks this ir home, as hope, and has rejoiced with you in y1.ur joys and sincerely consoled with you in your sorrows. It has al -ways cron1mic(-d the hoppelings pIf the collilty as it col catch them1 - th b irths, da ths, ' ma'rrhiges. 1 i. Iimm(Ig. and 4toings f its people. It has noted lie moral and relig ious npliftilg of its citizens, it has watched with pleasure and pride the financial and hidustri al developmen...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 7 January 1909

E. M. WILLIAMSON'S CORN METIHODS. "Southern Corn for the South" For a number of years after I "be. gan to farm, I followed the old-time method of putting...the fertilizer all under the corn, planting on a level higher, six by three feet, pushing the plant from the start and making a big stalk, but the ears wore few, and, frequently small. I planted much corn in the spring and bought much more corn the next spring, until fi nally I was driven to the conclusion that corn could not be made on up lands in this section, certainly not by the old method, except at a loss. I did not give up, however, for I knew that the farmer who did not make his own corn never had sue ceeded, and never would, so I began to experiment. First I planted low er, and the yield was better, but the sta!k was still too large; so I discon tinued altogether the application of fertilizer before planting, and, know ing that all crops should be fertilized as a side application, and applied the more soluble nitrate of ...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 7 January 1909

E.. M. WILLIAMSON'S CORN METHODS. "Southern Corn for the South" For a number of years after I"b gan to farm, I followed the old-time method of putting...the fertilizer all under the corn, planting on a level higher, six by three foot, pushing the plant from the start and making a big stalk, but the ears wore few, and' frequently small. I planted much corn in the spring and bought much more corn the next spring, until fi nally I was driven to the conclusion that corn could not be made on up lands in this section, certainly not by the old method, except at a loss. I (lid not give up, however, for I knew that the farmer who did not make his own corn never had sue ceeded, and never would, so 1 beginn to experiment. First I planted low er, and the yield was better, but the sta!k was still too large; so I discon tinued altogether the application of fertilizer before planting, and, know ing that all crops should be fertilized as a side application, and applied the more soluble nitrate of s...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 7 January 1909

ens Sentinel-Journal iugs of a Local and Perencal I rythIIi< at cost! All of 'esent stoelc att cost for the fifteen (days. H. Snider. -Mrs. M. F. Phillips, nee Miss Freeman, of Yadkin CoI N. CI, is visiting relatives e %unty. r. E. B. Webb was called lanta Tuesday to see one children of his sister-in rs. Winslov Davidson. arr'el( on Dec. 21st. by older at his residence, ipkins and Miss An all of J.ickens county. randoi Taylor, of 'raxler & Taylor, y' of last week ts, Capt. and Mrs b,)f, tle firmtI m S is abl to be -eigOF o f gr11), 'fi.c dl bull, still iI )ealn ha:s had a tough . m(I d ()l )r for'all . s. Ell(an chil f Pi es are-'all .ery' ill lo gipij, aIld "13()b' is a tonglh tine. Their fien:4 siicirelv hIop ay all soon be restorled to . ioames has sold his ~ l wheni his ig delegates to the State g on the 20th. All locals take notice and be repre i E. M. BOLDING, Pres. nany friends of Mr. . E. C. McWhortgr, of will )e sorry to learn ir little (aughter is rea-l rs. W. W McW...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 7 January 1909

E PULPIT. HOLARLY SUNDAY SERMON BY CARDINAL GIBBONS. ject: Tio Prerogatives and re onsibilitIes of Moral Freedom. altimoro, Md.-Sunday morning dinal Gibbons preached his regu monthly sermon to a large audi e, at the cathedral. His subject s "The Prerogatives and Responsi ties of Moral Freedom." The text s from St. Luke 18:31-43: "Jesus manded the blind man to be ought to Him, and He asked him, ying: What wilt thou that I do r thee? And he said: Lord, that I ay receive my sight." The cardinal Id: Is not he stone blind who is entire engrossed by the desire for earthly hes and shu.ts his eyes to the pearl great price? Is not he blind who wallowing in the mire of sin, who leading a life of sensuality which ds to melancholy and despair? Is t he blind who is bending all his ergies to the acquisition of honor d fame, and when he acquires it, it Is to satisfy the cravings of his rt? Is not he blind who looks up heaven and con.templates the rks of creation, but discerns not e existence of a ...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 7 January 1909

COVUH S 1 Tok I, I *1-* .9t?S.)QSEPH NALLCHASE, 804TEWTH J T -'WASH I1iGTOl1 ID.t Perina Drug Co., Columbus, Ohio. Gentlemen:---I can cheerfully recommend Pertia at ait cifective cure for coughs and colds. You are authorized to use my photo with .tAstinonial in any publication. Mrs. Joseph Hall Chase. 834 Tenth St.. \Vashington, ). C. Could Not Smell Nor Hear. Mrs. A. L. Wetzel, 1023 Ohio St., Terre 11,11te. ImIL.. w:-.it1 : "When I began to take your medicine 1 could not sne!], nar hear a church bell .ring. Now I c:m loth smell and hear. "Vlhn. I he::an your treatment my head was tb. I had buzz!ng and chirping noi.eIns iv' mny iead. " I follow'i your ndvice faithfully and took P#rtina :Is you told mie. Now I might say I ami ll 1. "I wart to :o and vi.;t my mnther and see the clwt.'r who said I was not long for t.hiq wtrl-l. I will tell him it was P.runna that eTfred me." f'orvn i; nwwi:eturc-! hNy The Peruna Dirug Mf!. (.. (lumbs. Ohio. Ask ys:ct-e OrtuiiiplAt fov' & Frce Ile 2...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 7 January 1909

LIA,AiES. Well, we have made our es cape through another year, and let us hope it was for a good purpose and set about to n9t on ly ,better ourselves, but try and be useful to the balance of the human kind. We pulled through the holi days, in fairly good shape, no body badly hurt, only a. few slight drunks. We are glad to report that there was a wonder ful falling off in the liquor shipped in, so that is that much good as far as it goes, and shows that some of the topers, at least, have found it possible to pull through the holidays 6thout a roariig dru;ik, and have found by this time perhaps that they are much better off, both ,finan cially and physically. Pre.ching at the Methodist church yesterda,y by Rev. Hand the pastor and he left an ap pointnient for the 3rd Sunday nornin(r at 11 a. m. J. F. Bannister, and wife are visiting in the lower part of the state. S. D. Stewart and wife are Visiting their son in Plennsylva nia. The High School opened Mon day morning after holiday va c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 14 January 1909

SENTINEL - JOU Entered April 23, 1903, at Pickens, S. 0., as Second-Olas Matter, Under Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. III. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 1909. NO, 41. RtPLY Its Reading enate. E CRITIUISM Will Be Read Examined All the by the Presi if the racts Be is Guilty Simply n and There Was in His Actions. ecial.-No subject I about recently at ueh fervor as Pres disclosure of Setia gted connilon with deal, but the collen i Carolinian are in id judgment 1util he ortiunity to explain. tat t e Senator will read anation probably will rob it of the sharp and homely epi sual to his speeches. expressions of dissatisfaction rd becaune of the manner in he President made public the I gathered by postotfice in s about Senator Tillman. It ted out by Senators that the sent to Senator Hale wias not onse to the latter's request to ds of the executive depart. or a statement of the opera the secret service, as the inl ion of Senator Tillman's effort to obtain Oregon lands secuted by i...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 14 January 1909

SENTINEL - JOU Entered April 23, 1903, at Pickens, S. 0., as Second-Class Matter, Under Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. III. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 1909. NO, 41. REPLY Its Reading enate. E CRITICISM Will Be Read Examined All the by the Presi if the Facts Be is Guilty Simply n and There Was in His Actions. eeial.--No subject I about recently at nei fervor as Pres disclosure of Sella 'ged colilollon with deal, blt, the collea h1 Carolinian are ill Id jiIdguient, nitil he ortinity to explain. tat t hi Senator will read anation proba-bly will rob it of the sharp and homely epi sual to his speeches. expressions of dissatisfaetion rd becaune of the manner in he President made public the I gathered by postoflice in s about Senator Tillman. It ted out by Senators that the sent to Senator Hale was not onse to the latter's request to ds of the executive depart or a statement of the opera the secret service, as tle in ion of Senator Tillman's effort to obtain Oregon lands secu...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 14 January 1909
Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 14 January 1909

His Services in Great enbndu.. There shall be marriages and -giving in marriage. - This axiom seems te have been exemplified and fulfilled in the superlative degree during the past few weeks, as a glance on Rev. N. G. Ballenger's record book will show. Since the 20th of December Rev. Ballinger has been called on to perform a lot of marriages -six of which we were able to get-and, if we fall to mention all this week will - give them publicity later. On Sunday, the 20th of Dec., at the parsonage, he united E. W. Lusk and Miss Daisy Ad ams, a daughter of J. J. Adams, of the Crow Creek section. On Wednesday, the 23d of De -cember, at the home of J. F. Abercrombie, the fatlier of-the bride, he united Miss Belle Abercrombie and Walter Nally. On the 25th of December, at the parsonage, he united W. H. Miller and Miss Ella Porter. - On the 30th ult., at the par sonage, he united Clyde L. Rags! ..dale and Miss Pauline Adams, 'oa ughter of D. B. Adams. On the 31st uIt., at 7:30 p. m., -at Twel...

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. — 14 January 1909

His Position as to Secret Ser vice irregularities GIVES ilS ANSWER TO CONGRESS He is Misunderstood and Misquoted Has Great Respect for Congress Good Work of Secret Service-It is a Necessity-Urges Present Re strictiona Removed. Washington, Special.-Unusual at tention was paid in the House of Representatives Monday to the read ing of a message from the President replying to a resolution of that body calling upon him for an explanation of the intimation in his annual mes sage that members of Congress were afraid to be investigated by the sec ret service. The galleries were pack ed to the doors. The President's specific references to certain speeches by Messrs. Taw ney ,of Minnesota; Smith, of Iowa; Sherley, of Kentucky, and Fitzgerald, of New York, when the provision for the restriction of the operations of the secret service was up for discus sion, and also to Mr. Busby, the Speaker's private secretary, created a storm of laughter. The Speaker rap ped several times vigorously for or d...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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