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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 27 May 1909

THE PICKENS SENTINEI:JOURNAL Eatered April 23, 1903 aL Pickens, S. C. as second class matter, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879 39th Year PICKENS. S. ., MAY 27, 1909. Number 8 State News Maj. William H. Cain, a well known citizen of Greenville, is dead aged 75. Samuel H. Wilson, a wealthy and representative citizen of Charleston, is dead at his home at the age of 64, years. The citizens of 2 ville have decided to erect a school building at a cost of -7,000. The Epworth League conven tion will be held in St. George June 22-24. The residence of 11. L. Polier in Aiken was partially destroyed by fire this week. H. L. Hawkins, a farmer in the upper part of Greenville county, conuited suicide by cutting his throat. Rev. G. M. Hollingsworth, who recently graduated from Columbia seminary, has been installed as pastor of the Mount ville, Libson and Liberty Springs Presbyterian churches, in Lau rens county. At a meeting of the Catawba Rifles of Rock Hiii Lieut. L. C. McFadden was Ilected...

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. — 27 May 1909

Pickens Se leu jouurna PUBTMSEED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING. -BY The Sentinel-Journal Company, J. L. 0. THOMPSON. EDITOR. W. L. MATIIENY,'Manager. Telephone 32 Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Bates Reasonable. Entered at Pickens rostoffice as Second Clas Mall Mater PICKENS, S. C.: THURSDAY. MAY 27, 1909 PICKENS WILL HAVE FAIR A meeting of the Pickens Co. Fair Association was held in the court'house Wednesday af* ternoon at 4 o'clock to deter mine whether or not they would have another fair this fall. It was unanimously decided to have a fair. The following officers were elected to serve for the ensuing year: T. J. Mauldin, Pres.: R. T. Hallum, V.-Pr,.-.; W. J. Bolt, Sec.; J. N. Hallum, Treas. J. F. Harris, Gen'l. Mgr. The meeting was very enthu siastic and all the indictations Point to another successful fair. RAILROAD TROUBLE. The Georgia Railroad has run into an open switch. There seems to be a stubborn strike and the proverbial Billy-goat have met on the foot log and neithe...

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 May 1909

L0 REYITIES So1 a Know and Some ' nOW About Our' unty & People - Prince of Pickens, is ( to relatives in At lar the 20th instant, to M ;. John Youngblood, of R. 5, a son. 1 Mrs. J. C. Alexan A-kens visited the lat f in Atlanta this week. Old Soldiers rennion, stirring music by an band will greet every 3 Lewis, of Greenville, ing a while with his Mrs. J. J. Lewis, in Earle Lewis, of Easley, ,portion of last week in .s with his mother Mrs. J. Vis. ie teachers of the Pickens d school have all gone to respective homes to spend vacation. Julius E. Boggs, Jr., who is ading school in Charleston, 'ynding his vacation at his ie in Pickens. -Col. Alfred Taylor, of Tay s station, visited at the home ais son, Capt. J. T. Taylor, Pickens, last week. -Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Smith d Mrs. Allen, of Liberty, visit at the hom "of W. T. Griffin Picke k. dial invitation is ex -nded to everybody, and espec Lly to Old Soldiers and their amilies, to come to Pickens on 'une 3rd. -Mr. Curtis Martin and Mi...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 27 May 1909

IF YOU ONLY KNEW HOW would build you up, increase your weight, strengthen yeur weak throat and lungs and put you i condition for next winter, you would begin taking it now. Take it in a little cold mi' or water 50c. and $1.00. All Druggists Samter County Master Killed Himself Sumter Awas shocked to hear that the Hon. Frank Wilson had killed himself At 8:80 o'clock he was sitting in his of flice in the court house talking with his father on ordinary matters when he arose from his chair. stepped into hi, vault on1 pulled the inner door to. In a rinute his father heard a pistol shot. It was a few minutes be fore the vault door could be opened, and he was found stretched on the floor with a pis tol ball through his right temple. Death was instaneous. It had been noticed by I i companions in the court house latelv that Major Wilson did not stem himself. His father was with him yesterday and noticed that he was so nervous that he determined not go to his home in the country, but spent the...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 3 June 1909

THE PICKENS SENTINEEJOURNAL Entered April 23, 1903 at Pickens, S. C. as second elass -matter, Under act of Congress of March 3,179 39th Year PICKENS. S. . JUNE,8,1ONumber 9 State News I All thit Liti Nows frmh The Walterboro Cotton Oil mill declared a dividend of 401 per cent. A movement is on foot to build an automobile road be tween Columbia and Charleston. Capt. Sam M. Stoll a popular Pullman conductor on ihe Atlan tic Coast Line road, died at the home of his brother in Kingstree. Arthur Meyers, convicted in Columbia on the charge of grand larceny and sentenced to serve 11 years has been paroled by Gov. Ansel. He is said to be in a dying condition. There is a big contest in Dar lington over the selection of a site for the postoffice building. The new depot at Ware Shoals and improvemients made about the railroad have added greatly to the appearance of the town. The Seaboard Air Line is building a steel bridge over Long Cdne Creek, in Abbeville county, to take the place of the old...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 3 June 1909

Pickenls Senti el-Journal, .UmSSHED EVERy THURSDAY MORNIN . -BY The Sentinel-Journal Company. J. L. 0. T HOMPSON. EDIToR. W. L. M ATllf-sY, Manager. Telephone 32 Sabscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising R:ttes Reasonable. Entered at Picens Fvstoffice as Second Class Mail Matter PICKENS, S. C.: THURSDAY, JUNE 3. 1909 A Thrilling Rescue. How Bert L Lean, of Chwny, Wash. was savcd from a frightful death is a Etory to thrilh the wo id. "A h.ird cold," he writes, '-brought on a desperate lung trouble that b-tm -d an expert doctor here. Then I paid $10 to $15 a visit io a lung specialist in Sp kane, who did not help me. Then I went to California, but without benefit. At h:st I used Dr King's New Dsc >very, which cinpleti lv cure.1 me an i now 1 a-s as well .s eve-r." For Lung Troubl-, Bronchitis. Coughs and Cold.4, Asth:naa. Croup and Whooping Cough its supreme. 50-- and $1.03. Trial bottle free. Gurai te -d 1.) all Druggists. Liberty Items We had another fine rain last night,. and th...

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

Pickens Sentinel1-JourI r r7 ow and Some / About Our Towns, County & Peotle -Born, on the 1st instant to Mr. and Mrs. John L. Thornley, of Pickens, a son. -Don't fail to see R. E. Good win for bicycles and bicycle goods at bargain prices. -Miss J. N. Ladd, of Dun can's, S. C., is visiting her sister, Mrs. K. L. Cureton, in Pickens. -The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Monroe C. Smith, of Pickens, is quite ill with pneu monia. -Mayor B. B. Laboon and wife, of Pickens, spent Sunday with his brother, Wm Laboon, of the Liberty side. -Mrs. C. M. Bowen and chil dren, of Greenville are spending a while with the family of R. A. Bowen, in Pickens. -Prof. J. W. Swittenberg, and wife, are on a visit to rela tives in Newberry, and will spend their vacation there. -Mr. J. A. Robinson, and son of Easley, visited his son, Dr. L. F. Robinson, in Pickens, last week. He came up in his auto mobile. -Mrs. Florence Griffin, of Pickens, is spending a while with her daughter. Mrs. D. F. Sutherland, -f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 3 June 1909

makes baby nervous and fre1--!, a in w'gi .. is the best food-medicine for teeth ing babies. It strengthe-ns th nerves,-suppLles iie ft,r thei te eth, keeps th.. baby growing. Get a small bottle now. All Druggists Electric Line At Clemson In the near future Clemson College will be operating her own electric Ilne, according to the Greenville News. The mat ter has been under consideratie!n by the trustees for somne time. In fact when the new boilers and dynamos were installed last summer they were nade amply powerful to supply all local de mand on them at the College and also to run the electris line from Calhoun to the college. The road will be laid with 90 pound rails and so ballasted as to bear the heaviest trains. Coal, of which t he college uses a great deal. has now to be haul ed in wagons at great expense and loss of time. So with all other freight. This fall they ex pect to handle all freight to the collegt in the original cars drawn by their ow mottors. it is the intention of...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 10 June 1909

THiEPICKENS SENTINEL:JOU NAL Entered April 23, 1903 at Pickens, S. C. as second class niatter, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879 39th Year PICKENS, S. C.. JUNE, 10, 1909. . amber 10 State News I All th~ Liat~ Now ftom 1711 S. W. Craps, a well known merchant of Leesville, is dead at his home. Three houses and a store room in Edgefield we :e destroyed by fire. The coumencement exercises of Winthrop College closed yes terday. Marion E. Brown, a citizen of Mt. Boly, was killed 'y light ning Monday. E. Miles Smith, a well known citizen of Union county, is dead at his home. The stores of J. W. Fowler and T. E. Rhame of Fountain Inn, were destroyed by fire Mon day. The Cotton Seed Crushers As sociation of South Carolina will meet in Charleston on June 16 17. The city officers of Gaffney have let the contract for putting in a sewerage system, extending the water mains and building a standpipe. H. R. Miller, an o-erative in Union Cotto r -,' was shot Mond v - -a man ard, who 'rendered e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 10 June 1909

Pickens Setiiel-oura' VUByJiRD EVERY TFKURSDAY MORNIG. -BY The Setinel-Journal Company. J. L. 0. THOMPSON. EDITOR. W. L. MATII-NY, Manager. Telephone 32 dUbscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rates Reasonable. %Igtered at Pickens rpstoffice as Second Class MiI Matter PICKENS, S. C.: TURSDAY. JUNE 10, 1909 If a man knows enough not to go to law he is wiser than the average lawyer. The average woman, old in years but young in spirit, is the sweetest blessing mankind knows. Don't be too independent. Remember the man who sat up so straight that he fell off the seat backward and broke his neck. The auto route is the talk of the day, and the majority of our people seem to be interested very nch. Now is the time to gtet )Usy. Did you ever note that after a nman has reached the age when he is ready to settle down and stop giving his wife trouble. his sons have reached the age to begin. Soon the giriwho has too bad a cold to help her mother wash the dishes will put on low quarter shoes an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 10 June 1909

Pikems 8en e1-JoIlrnaI LAidL BREVITIES Some Things You Know and Some 1 You Don't Know About Our / Towns, County & People -Got any grass on your farm? -Pickens county went wet last Thursday. -It's a mighty good time to set out potato slips. -The June peaches are com ing in on schedule time. -Plenty of opportunity for setting out potato slips these days. -When is that $300,000 bond campaign for god roads going to begin? -Do your buying at home; that is unless you live outside of Pickens. In that case do it here. -Winter is lingering in the lap of spring-fascinated no doubt by her tub suit and bee hive hat. -The best way not to have potato bags is to buy your pota toes out of a store or from your neighbor. -The wild or "old field" plums are ripe and the small boy and the larger ones, too, have cause to ramble. Mrs. K. L. Cureton and her sister, Miss J. N. Ladd, visited the family of Dr. Geo. D. Cure ton, at Greer, lastrweek. Mave you any visitors or : SnTjr th -Ould interest RMeadi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 10 June 1909

.stops loss of flesh in babies and children and in adults in summer as well as winter. Some people have gained a pound a day while taking it. Take It in a littlo cold watercor iMuk Get a sma bottle now. All Druts Ney at Pastor Despite His Views Hugh S. Wallace of Atlanta. Rejects Close Communion and Ministers Balk. Refused ordination by a corn mittee of ministecs because of his not subscribing to belief in close communion, Hfigh S. Wal lace the young man who has been called as pastor of the Pon ders ave. Baptist church, was unanimous upheld in his stand at a meeting of his congregation Friday night, and -if the com mittee of ministers still refuse ordination Mr. Wallace has de clared he will have a committee of the deacons of his church to conduct this service. The ordination c6mmittee, consisting of Dr. J. J. Bennett, Pr. John F. Purser and Dr. Len G. Broughton, all prominent Baptist ministers of Atlanta, set the service for last Thurs day night but on account of their refusal to o...

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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 17 June 1909

THE PICKENS SENTINEIAOUR AL Entered A pril 23, 1903 at Pickens, .. C. an second class matter. under act of Congress of March 3, 1879 - 39th Year PICKENS. S. C., JUNE, 17, 1909. Number 11 State News I All the Late Sows Nm 1% G. M. Creswell of Piedmont, died several days ago, aged 82. Clemson and Wofford College commencements are being held this week. Fire in the waste house of the Buffalo cotton mill did consider able damage. H. H. Jennings, has been ap pointed chief deputy clerk of the port of Charleston. Willie Green was shot and kill ed by Jerry Small in a drunken row on Young's Island. Rev. H. J. Morgan, a well known Baptist Minister of Spar tanburg. is dead, aged 76. S. R. Cole, a citizen of Barn well county, died at his home from ptomaine poisoning. Woodside Cotton Mill of Greenville will increase its capi tai from $600,000 to $800,000. The annual Convention of the State Funeral Directors' associa tion will be held in Charleston, June 22-23. A Marion cot fy failed to agree in t...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 17 June 1909

PiollRSeltIuel-jourllt1 PUjJBHED EVERY THURSDAY MOBNING. -BY The Sentinel-Journal Company, J. L. 0. THOMPSON. EDITOR. W. L. MATHENY, Manager. Telephone 32 aubscription 81.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rates Reasonable. Entered at Pickens Fustoffice as Second Clas Mail Matter PICKENS, S. C.: THURSDAY. JUNE 174. 1909 Do your part to help this town grow, as it is not going to grow -by sitting around talking about it. The work is what counts. Time may be money, but some how some of your friends appreciate the money you spend with them more than the time. Some want the Tariff taken out of politics. This is not the only quality in which it resem bles Prohibition. It prohibits imports. "Where there is unity there is strength." Remember this at all times and stand together, as we will never advance our city by pulling against one an other. We are not politicians. We want no office, and have no axe to grind, We have the welfare of the people of this town and the surrounding country at heart and ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 17 June 1909

Pickens Sentinel-Journal ILEYITIESI / Some Things You Know and Some ' You Don't Know About Our Towns, County & People -H. M. Hester spent a portioli of last week in Walhalla. -Miss Floride Carey, of Con verse College, is spending her vacation in Pickens. -The wet weather contiuues and the farmers are growli'ng. They think the grass has got their crops. -Miss Meda Boggs and broth er, Oliver, of Pickens, spent a portion of last week with rela tives at Calhoun. -Miss Maka Boggs, who has been attending the G. F. C., is spending her vacation with her parents in Pickens. -Wi H. Harris, of Wofford College, is spending his vacation in Pickens, with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Harriss. -Miss Alberta Youngue, daughter of our fellow-towns man, R. E. Youngue, is on a visit to her aunt in Liberty. -Mrs. H. M. Pressley and children, who have been visiting relatives at Belton, have return ed to their home in Pickens. -Miss Louise Jones, our pop ular little 'hellqgirl," took va cation last ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 17 June 1909

say consumption can be cured. Nature alone won't do it, it needs help. is the best help, but its use must be continued in sum mer as well as winter. Take it in a nitle oold mink or water Getamal bottle now. All Duggist Finger Bowls of Paper. Some enemy of busy housekeepers says finger bowls such :.s are used in Japan are the newest necessity for the table and "quite a change." The fin ger bowl, which takes time to arrange, is pretty, however, says the New York Press. It Is a tiny basket made of beautiful straw woven in an ornamen tal design. Inside the basket is placed a filmy satin paper table napkin print ed with blossoms and twisted into a gowerlike shape. The napkin has been slig'itly dampened with perfuuied wa te:' before beIng put Into the basket, the scent corresponding with the de sign. It is used by the Japanese in stead of dipping their fingers in water. Wireless Frem Balloons. The Italian government is carrylng out experiients by means of wireless telegraph instruments in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 24 June 1909

THE PICES SENTINELRNA. Entered A pril 23, 1903 at Pickens, S. C. as second elass matter, under act of Congreux of 3larch 3, 1879 39th Year PICKE NS. C 0., JUNE, 24, 1909. Number 12 State News ] All th~ a NOWS from vIT A park for colored reople has been opened in Columbia. Forty-five boys in Florence county have entered the state corn contest. Nine young ladies graduated from the Confederate Home Col lege in Charleston this week. E. Robert J ames, a well known citizen of Darlington, is dead af ter a few minutes illness from heart failure. The Manning board of trade is to establish a tobacco experi ment farm for the benefit of the farmers of that section. The Furman trustees conferr ed the degree of Doctor of Divini ty upon Rev. R. W. Lide, of Dar lington, and Rev. Rufus Ford of Marion. In the court of sessions in Char leston this week three negroes were tried on charges of criminal assault. The victims in each c ise were colored.: The: town of Brookland, in Lexingto, sity, has issued...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 24 June 1909

THE PICKENS SENTINERNA. Entered April 23, 1903 at Pickens, S. C. as second class matter, under act of Congrexn of liarch 3, 1879 39th Year PICKENS. S. C. JUNE, 24,1909. Number 12 State News I 411 th~ Late Nws ftom bo A park for colored people has been opened in Columbia. Forty-five boys in Florence county have entered the state corn contest. Nine voting ladies graduated from the Confederate Home Col lege in Charleston this week. E. Robert James, a well known citizen of Darlington, is dead af ter a few minutes illness from heart failure. The Manning board of trade is to establish a tobacco experi mIent farm for the benefit of the farmers of that section. The Furman trustees conferr ed the degree of Doctor of Divini ty upon Rev. R. W. Lide, of Dar lington, and Rev. Rufus Ford of Marion. In the court of sessions in Char leston this week three negroes were tried on charges of criminal assault. The victims in each c ise were colored.: The' town of Brookland, in LexingtoigeifV, has issued...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 24 June 1909

Pioklils Sentlnel-JOUrulg PUBMSHED EVERY THUBSDAY MORNDTG. -BY The Sentinel-Journal Company. J. L. 0. THOMPSON. EDITOR. W. L. M.ATHENY, Manager. Telephone 32 Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rates Reasonable. Entered at Pickens FustoMce as Second Class MatI Matter PICKENS, S. C.: THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1909 Preaching Vs. Practice. S. L. Richardson, a white man who formerly lived in Oconee county and who has been in jail at Lexington for some time on a charge of forgery, has been re leased, his relatives having se cured a compromise of the cases against him. It is understood that they secured the compro -mises by paying to the prosecu tors the money that Richareson had obtained by his forgeries. Richardson now praises the Lord, failing to give his relatives any credit for getting him out of jail, and announces that he will devote the remainder of his life to the "service of the Master." He says he is going to preach ing, but says nothing 'about going to work to honestly earn eno...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 24 June 1909

Piokens Sentinel-Jourua LOCAL BREVITIES Some Things You Know and Some You Don't Know About Our Towns, County & People -Born, on the 22nd instant t Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Partridge, 0 Pickens, a son. -Miss Bessie Robertson, 0 Greenville, is visiting her sister Mrs. T. R. Allen, in Pickens. -Married on the 20th instant by A. L. Edens, N. P., Jame: Gowans to Eva Miles, both col ored, of the Pumpkintown see tion. -Rev. S. W. Spearman, o: the Pleasant Hill section. i, wearing that smile that won'l come off. The stork visited hi! home on the 17th instant an( left a fine 10 pound boy. -A game of baseball will b played at the new park at Eas ley on Saturday evening, th 26th instant, between the Victoi Mill team, of Greers, and th< Easley Mill team. The gam( will be called at 3:30 and a fas1 game is promised. -Hon. Thomas E. Miller, L. L. D., President of the Colore( Normal, Industrial, Agricultura and Mechanical College, Or angeburg, S. C.. will deliver ar address to the citizens of Pick...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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