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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 20 October 1906

THE PICKENS SENINEL-JOURN. Entered April 23, 1903 at Pickens, 8. C., as second clase matter, under not of Congress of Marc VLXX1PICKEN5, SOUTH CAROLINA, SATURDAY, OCTOICR20 96 SENECA DAMAI DIS. Oigin Of Flames Unkn Up In SOME WILD RUMORS. Talk of Incendlarisn and Race Haterd When Sifted Proved to Be Groundless Town Was Quiet Yesterday, But Stunned By Great Losm. Seneca, Oct. 17.-The prosper -ous young city of Seneca was vis ited by a disastrous fire last night, in which two hotels, three stores, a I restauraut, a meat shop, a resi, I dece and a barber shop were i completely destroyed. I When some of the guests of the I Oconee Inn were retiring last even ing they thought they could smell 1 smoke and thoy made some little investigation and finally decided it ( must be the smoke from the lamps g in the building. Shortly after E nidr ight Mr. C. H. Ellison, the t owner and proprietor of the Oconee i Inn, was awakened by a heavy smoke in his room. He, with his t clerk, Claude -Sitton, ca...

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. — 20 October 1906

*RRAU GEORGE BAR Copiirigat, 1901, by Herbert S. tof Continued From Last Week. Continuation of Chaptei1 because he possessed at certain coin. Once the old gent lenan asked him the time of day and set his watch ac cording to the reply. In Ohio the man servant scowled at him because he in voluntarily stared after his mistress as she paced the platform while the train waited at a statioii. Again, in Ohio, they met in the vestibule, and lie was compelled to tel aside to allow her to pass. 1le did not feel partleularly ju bilant over this meeting. She did not even glance at him. Lorry realizied that his opportuinittles were fast disappearing and that he did not seei to be any nearer meeting her thani when they started. 1ie had holed to get Uincle Caspar into a conversit tion and then use ahim, but Uncle Cats par was as dhlstan11t Is an iceberg. "If there should he a wreck," Grenfall Caught hiiiniself thinking, "t.hen lily (h.n1ce would come, but I don't se how .'rovii:nice is going to he...

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. — 20 October 1906

01 -BY FETRIGGA REGISTER, ROCK RD,. A CORRE$POND ENCE SOICITED It Isn't necessary to let the city rub pe natural bloom from your b~oy and .. rIn order that they maty become ac-| ainted with the ways of the world. During the hunting season It Is pret hard to round up a trespasser and supported by the law unless there Is houeproof. That meansm fences upl) .! good shape and patrol duty onl your Thie raising of alfalfa In the eastern tshas not thus far proved at suc -s, though there Is reason to hope better results and thant the distleuil Iof Boll aind cultivatio.fmay be over le. great denl of lost; Is suistainedi after harvest Is begunl, but not finlishied, the fall rains whkleh come onl. It t always easy to overcome this con n and prevent the grain and wv from being blown about. Keep .gs in shlape as far as pd~o good deal of unealled1 for disorder damage cofdd be prevented by re ng to allow the chihiren to nmlke it -ground of the barn or -workshop. -i quite as- oftenl thle visiting ch...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 20 October 1906

'1'0 - AVV41" '12:,'~ . ,. .-Chances at ARNL s_ _ Enrmotus Stocks In All Departments. Never before have the trade of Greenviie and surrontding (')un1 I% had such magriificient stocks from which to make thejir fall purchases as we are showing this season. Now (on't take this information wi h "ad grain of Salt" as you d4 a good may "ads." Just a peep on the inside of this big store will soon convince you--a careful investigation of stocls and prices will enthuie you to the buying point. You do not have to make your selections from a mere handful, but a large variety of styles antd prices Agariin thisq is a store of many departments, You d<n't have to run all over town to get fixed up. We carry everything from Shoes to MilliivIw-- n other words, we are head to foot utfitters. You can buy your Dress. Hat and Shoes, or anything else you wish to go with theim without leaving the store. Unmatched Array of Dress Goods. We call attention to a few of the many tempting Fabrics and prices, w...

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. — 27 October 1906

-~- - 4.., THE PICIENS SEN V Eutored April. 3, 1903 it Pickeua, B 0., a" seoud olaaft watt.: r, tiuder a t* of oongre.; of Marob 8 89 VOL. XXXVI 01 ICKEN.S, SOUTH- CAROLINA, SATURDAY, OCT OB R 27 96.N 2 i ------- I- u uuI r ace. Almost the last work of the Belgian astronomer Iouzeau was an article in which, while arguing In favor of a dee, imal division of time, lie pointed out the origin of the double set of twelve hours represented on our watch and clock faces. Tito ancient inhabitants of Mesopotamia chose the number 12 as an arithmetlical base because it has four divisors-viz, 2, 3. 4 and 6. while 10 has only two divisors-viz, 2 and 5. They counted twelve hours in the day and twelve in the night. measuring the day by the progress of the sun tiand the night by the progress of the stars across the sky. This, system, prevall ing over all others, has conic down to us, and so our watches bear on their faces a souvenir of those anielnt dIays when the sun served for'a lock' hiand half o...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 27 October 1906

CR Pieseneil-Jrna1 PUDZjm=U NVMJI W]WNM~DAT Wo~t&Wes The uonn1owurnalinany. ToMPoN & RIOurY Pagrs. Sabesription $1.00 ilet Anum. Advertising 1atees/easonable. rwnter" At Plokes Posto3e Oa 5.eond 0as Nail Matter - SATURDAY, OCTNB&R gi, 1906. The quality of nbither a woman ,or a eigar depends on the wrapper. The. Jps habe bo'ugbt thirty four fine boIre in New York state for $11 00%W A aohant-in.a ne3br:ng town adverbs.e ysome lovely things in shirt walt&A' Bee to ft that yur wife is kissed and caressed, even if you have to do It yourself. No impruvemntea has beec made on the kiss old Adam invented in the garden of Edn. The Imanager of the Biote Wai. dorf-A4toria In New York city gets a ary of $00.000. Thire lute of heapeched mob but wi. believe more wives are mis snotqthaa husbands. Mrs,Anna Whate Gesagns al the wadr:e of the admMaI p.rformers if the Barnum & Ble etteoseU. Mine. bohrMann-Hebk; -the Moth. et of eight obidren, ogbtb to be able to furnjih her owu oper...

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. — 27 October 1906

s SenliRul-Jornial nings of L->al and Persona Nature. 8 B. LaBoon has been on the t!t"AiEj week. 'O4veral Pickens county people uihtmading the State Fair. - is BlAttie Finley is assisting rris In the post office. .J- T. Partridge and sister, attie Findley, vilsi ted relatives a e sson last week, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. lbohey are nvo Mrs Shanvot Morrison, Mrs. 's mother, in Columbia. - 4. W. H. Johnson, of Piekens, CQlumbia this week visiting rel &nd attending the State Fair. es. R. 0. Piokeo, of Spartan. oi MIsVEltsabeth Robinson, ey, visited Dr. and Mr. L. P. >M, in Piekene last week. Willis Watkins, of Anderson died at his - home in 'that on the 18th instant and was the day following stSlabbown. - e harges, brought' against 0 *ennings in the U. 8. Court n obadwhat , premrtnre. His :md socounts with thegovern. 'ow that be has not. ben der. his duty a4d that'no -prison * siaped. # Mims Parrott, and se'verl erwona, have rentlynepeot now outfit. The pretes will nwag on Thuradat ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 27 October 1906

GOLF and GUILE By Margaret Muzzey Philip Prentiss was looking for. a place where he could spend his two weeks' vacation playing golf. As he stepped on the train he tried to recall exactly what pretty Sallie Norton had told him at a dance the night before. She said there were several attractive resorts along the river and one where a lot of professional men and women went every summer. Unfortunately the twostep had struck up at that mo ment, and she had omitted to mention its name. "Golf links here?" Philip asked the conductor as the train slowed down at a little station. "Yes, sir; finest in the country. Rock dale, Rockdale! Don't forget your packages!" An unfortunnie commuter who bun diled offt at the same time told Philip that the pretty little h'ouse he saw on the hill was the ltockdale Golf club, so lie niade his w%-ay across the fields to uspect it. 'ihe fresh breeze fanned his cheek. i lie blue river looked cool and refreshIlg in the distance, naid he hoped this was the place ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 25 February 1909

r TlE PICKENS SENINI -30ORA. Entered April 23, 1903 at Pickens, S. C., as second class matter, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Year PICKENS, S. C., FEBRUARY 25, 1909. Number 47 wow'To I Persons have been known to gainapoundadayby taldngan ounce of Scott's Emudsion. It isstrange, but it often happens. Somehow the ounce produces the pound; it seems to start the dgestive -acsner-y e properly, so tbaf the patientis able to digest absorb his ordinary food be could not do befori of *esh 01 health; if you you can get f 4TT'S LSION, to-ether with name a "wa yu ad&vuesan and we wil send MW of Wd7 409 Pewl, New Y"s mpleted to Bostic. dispatch from Bris Vs: ail on the Carolina, Ohio Railroad, be e, Va.,- and Bostic, ce of 189 miles, The rail was one road with the Bostic. Vir Wili a onday passenger service ated. dge division of nchfield & Ohio t of 3,000 feet with a maxi e-half of one co Carter-Ryan I building the d acres of coal a county, Vir- ' It is esti put of these * cers a...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 25 February 1909

Pickeis SenthieWouni Irunm EVER Y THUSDAY MORENB1G. -BY The entinel-Journal Company. J. L. 0. THOMPSON. EDIrOR. W. L. MATHENY, Manager. TVIe1ephone 32 bSubsCription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Bates Reasonable. ntered at Pickens FsitofiCe as Second Clan Mail Matter * PICKENS, S. C.: --YgPkRUARY 25. 1909 REPEAL OF THE LIEN LAW$ The legislature has repealed the lien law. Whether this is wise or not, it remains to be seen. The effect of it will be the plant ing of less cotton, leading per haps to a greater diversification of crops, and the benefiting of the large planters by forcing the tenant class to become hirelings. On the one hand, the acreage of cotton being reduced, its price will lincrease, thus benefiting principally those who can con duct their planting operations on a cash basis or its equivalent; and, on the other hand, it will free the small farmer from the necessity of having to plant cot ton almost exclusivelio in order to meet his indebtdness to the merchant, and at. h...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 25 February 1909

Some Things iou nUa aU Ownmv x Yon Don't Know About Our Towns, County & People 4 -We believe the late freeze scared the small grain crop heap worse than it hurt it. -Had you noticed that the weather just can't, or wont, stay bad for long at a time? -Born, on the 18th instant, unto Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Harris, a fine boy. -The population of Pickens is gradually increasing. Lets make it 5000 by 1912. -Electric lights and other im 69 Pr good thigs-but A certain. Ah hes is on a have not ' of Judge J. by tpymy in Pickens. ri you guess how many rpoultry cranks there are in .county? -Last Monday, the 22d inst., was Washington's birthday. It was a legal holiday. N. D. Taylor will be in his studio in Pickens, over Bolt & Co.'s drug store, on Saturday, the 27th instant. c -Mrs J. Wltochran, of Cal houn, visited the family of her brother, A. J. Boggs, clerk of court, last week. -Mrs. Thos. Bolt has been confined to he r room on account of sickness,; since her return her sister in At -May...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 25 February 1909

NEAR. TO DISASTE RAILROAD MAN TELLS OF N ROW ESCAPES. Forward Truck Lost from Under ! Car While Train Was Moving Rapidly-Train Flagged in Nick of Time. "There are actual happenings railroading every year which are more sensational than the wild dreams of any writer of fiction," s a railroa man, and he proceeded tal stories demonstrate his theo The first story related to a freil train on the New Haven railroad. V 11am Dellert, now traveling engin< on the New York division of the ro was the engineer. When the tr reached Stamford the car Inspect examined the cars and in the mid of the train saw a sight that cauc them to start back in amazement. I S- forward truck of one of the box c was missing and the only thing hc ing that end of the car up was 1 coupling, A hurry call was sent out for ev< *'vailable man to start in search the missing truck, for an object that kind loose on a four-track re was likely to cause a lot of tr V8e. The truck was located down bank on aA out curve at C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 4 March 1909

THE PICKENS SENTINEL:JOUR Entered April 23, 1903 at Pickens, S. C. as second class matter, under act of Congress of larch 3, 1879 38tlrYear PICKENS, S. C., MARCH 4, 1909. Number 48 CHANGE MUST COME TARIFF REFORM NECESSARY FOR BUSINESS REVIVAL. Demands Made by Leading Manufac. turers Put Republican Party Lead era in a Hole-Time for Voters to Assert Themselves. A great many Republican manufac turers, not in a combine or trust, have at last discovered that they cannot Increase production and find a mare:t until the tariff is revised. As long as the home market absorbed all they could produce they were satisfied to have raw materials and foreign made products taxed by a high tariff, but now the Repu panic having re duced consum and having a surplus to they must either r ducet' output or seek foreign markets for their surplus. To cheapen their products they must have free raw materials, and that is what some are demanding, and then they are con fronted with the dilemma that the tar iff g...

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. — 4 March 1909

eutiiel-JoI.ij EVERY THURSDAY MOMNG. BY-1 ASentinel-Journal Company. J. L. 0. THOMPSON. EDITOR. r W. L. MATHENY, Manager. t. Telephone 32 3 dubscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rates Reasonable. c ?ztered at Pickens Fvatoface as Second Class Mail Matter c 4 PICKENS, S. C.: p THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1909 e - B Pnipkiutown Telephone Co, n An innovation in the tele h phone line of the county is the lines now known as the Farmers lines, which the Bell people are inaugurating. Several farmers in a community get together tj and build a line and get their T connection at some exchange, ( thus enjoying the same privi leges that the city subscribers n( do. Mr. Webster, of the Bell Tel ephone Co., has been in Pickens county for several weeks and o has worked up considerable in terest in these lines and last ti, Friday he organized the Pamp- I, kintown Telephone Co., with sti Matthew Hendricks as president. C' The line will run from Amos th Sutherland's store to Pickens, '. by way of Griffin c...

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. — 4 March 1909

Sentinel-Journal L BREVITIES Mugs You Know and Some / 't Know About Our ' s, County & People . Richey has been con his room for the past ays, suffering with his Layman's Missionary ill be held at Golden n next Sunday, the 7th . Cox, of Pickens, is ng those from this coun no are taking in the inaug ral of President-elect Taft. -Report has it that Count Sam Wiener, the famous Rus sian Optician, is now sick in New York. His friends hope it is nothing seius. -Quarterly Conference for Pickens Circuit was held with Bethlehem church on last Mon day and a very creditable show ing was made by the stewards. -W. B. Allgood, B. C. Robin son and J. R. Ashmore left Mon day for Florence, S. C., where they go to serve as jurors in the U. S. District Court now con vened there. -Rev. N. G. Ballenger filled his regular appointment at the Pickens Methodist Church last Sabbath morning and at night he delivered an excellent dis course at the Pickens Mill. -Presidi g Elder W. M. Dun ade good talk to t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 4 March 1909

THIS GREAT REMEDY IS ]RECOMMENDED FOR Acute and Chronic Diseases of the Kidney, Liver, Bladder or Urinary Organs and _Acute, Chronic Rheumatism, Uric acid, lumbago or gout. PREVENTS BRIGHT'S DISEASE Dissolves and expels Gravel or Gall Stones. It heals and removes irritation, Inflamma tion, Ulceration or Catarrh of the Bladder. The Test That Tells. DOT H AN, Ala., Jan. 21, 109. Dr. Kilmer & C .. Binghamton, N. Y. Gentlemen:--About one year ago twc of my children suffered badly fromn weal kidneys and diabees; their urine was very bad and they would have severe spells of dizziness, and were all rut down in health. I was just' about dis couraged. 1 tried se eral re medies and finally a doctor, but they did not srem 'iprove. I knew of a friend wvho wa. ta ~ampRoot for lbiicy tr'ul with good results. and I dtcided to get some for the ckihir< i. I noticed thi-re was some improveiaent after they had taken two largc bottles, and continued to give it to them until they hid taken a half...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 11 March 1909

TIIE PICKENS SENTINEI>J Entered April 23, 1903 at Pickens, N. C. as second class matter, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879 3.8th Year PICKENS, S. C, MARCH 1, 1909. Consumption 'is, by no means, the dreadful disease it is thought to be-in the beginning. It can always be stopped-in the beginning. The trouble is: you don't know you've got it; you don't believe it; you won't believe it-till you are forced to. Then it is dangerous. Don't be afraid; but attend to it quick-you can do it yourself and at home. Take SCOTT'S EMLLSION of Cod Liver Oilandlive care fully every way. This is sound doctrine, what ever you may think orbe told; and, if heeded, will save life. send this ad samen together with name of paper In which it appears, your address and four cents to cover postage, and we will send you a "Complete Handy Atlas of the Word." SC07T & BOWNE. 409 Pearl St. New York Fine Government Jobs, Examinations will be held this spring in all parts of the South for the position of ra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 11 March 1909

0 d ard ed to sident Union, light on ris says r his per -a middle a county not n who got so uld not give a een giving liens i n years, and had I le to get anything 1ly he began to fall < found it impossible, wing family of small to get along, although e and the children who j ld enough worked in the with him. Two years ago i merchant who had been ishing him for so long de ed to run him longer. "No" the merchant, "You have lien behind now for two years, d I do not care to handle your account again. 1 You do not owe me a great deal, but I am will ing to square off. Bnt you must get some other merchant to run you this year." The man tried other mer chants for a lien, but failed. The other merchants it seemed, know that the man had not S-been able for two years to ful ienliatos.and knew athis was why the other merchants had dropped him. The man went home to his wife and children in the deepest dejection. He told his troubles, and then his wife counseled him. "You must hire out as a d...

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. — 11 March 1909

Pickeus ~tIe-~ll Pe IEVITIES Me Tgs You Know and Some You Don't Know About Our ToS, Couty & People -John M. Geer, President Easley Cotton Mills, was in the city Wednesday on business. -N. D. Taylor, photographer will be in his studio in Pickens, next Saturday the 13th inst. -Walter H. Griffin of Green ville, spent Sunday in Pickens i with his mother, Mrs. F. Griffin. -Luther S. Grandy and wife of Easley,spent Sunday in Pick ens with relatives. -Mrs. E. A. Gilreath, of Pick ens ]attended the inauguration of President Taft, in Washing ton last week, wAil visiting her sister, Mrs. C.. Barrett. -Rev. P. F. Crawford will fill his .regular appointment at the Pickens Baptist Church Sunday. The subject of his 1 Sunday morning Idiscourse will1 be "Heaven without a Sea." Everybody invited. -Ed. Simpson, who lives on Rices ,creek, near W. T. 1 O'Dell, wlile chopping Tuesdayi by some means let a tree that I had lodged fall on him, break ing his leg in two places below the knee. -There will ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 11 March 1909

weak e was severe all rtin out dis edies and, not seem end who was drey , trouble decided to get noticed there nt after they had tes, and continued itil they had taken e's and were well on ery. I think Swamp more for my children medicine I have tried end it to one havIng chil ered as mine did. R. W. LiNSE' >Y, city Clerk, Dothan. Ala. VA Georgia Woman. SPARKS, Ga., Jan. 11. 1909. Imer & Co., Binghamton. N. Y. tlemen:-Some time ago I was bled with kidney trouble; had severe , in back and hip. Was treated by ysician, but without any benefit. I ticed some Swamp-Root advertising and resolved to give it a trial. After taking four bottles I was ccmpletely ured. Have not suffered any pain at all since and can recommend Swamp Roct to anyone suffering from kidney trouble. Sincerely, MRS. E. V. STEVENS. Baptist Minister. Brinsn, Ga., Jan. 20, 1909. Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Binghamton, N. Y. Gentlemen: -Some time agolI suffered severely with Dain in my back and hips. My back pained me cont...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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