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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 24 June 1909

to make your baby strong and welL A fifty-cent bottle of will change a sickly baby to a plump, romping child in summer as well as in tv inter. Only one cent a day-think of it-and it's as nice as cream. Cet a sual bottle now. All Druggists S.-..* .e ; VARIETY IN HOG FEED. "hP Animals Do Better When Given Many Kinds. There are some very important con Diderations in feeding swine which should not be lost sight of. The no;: by nature is an omnivorous aniuia. and readily eats a great variety 0) food. Though domesticated for many years he has not lost his natural ia stincts and loves to roam the fields and woods in search of various roots and plants and is not averse to eating meat of various kinds whenever oppor tunity affords. This love of a great variety of food is so deeply rooted in the hog as to have made a permanent impression upon the character of his teeth which are adaptcd not only to the grinding of grain but aisa to tile tearing asunder of fesh. This of it self should be suffi...

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. — 1 July 1909

TlE PICKENS Entered April 23, 1903 at Pickens, S. C. a 39th Year PICKENS. State News ] Ill the Lit! News from Zvoi The summer school for teach ers at Wofford College opened M)nday. A charter has been granted the Citizen's Exchange Bank of Denmark. Capital $25,030. A commision has been issued to the Georgetown Erle com pany, at Georgetown. Capital, $10,000. Sam Long, a young fa-merof Westminister. committed sui cide Lv shooting himself with a shot gun. Mr. and Mrs. U. L. Trabert of Minneapolis. Minn.. have donat el a physical laboratory to New berry College. The secretary of state granted the IssvItio-i i Mills of Cental, the right to int,rease its capital stock from 20,00 to i"4100,000. Mrs. E. 0. Singletary, an aged lidy, died on a train while on her route to her hoie at Florence from a visit to relatives at Lake City. Monroe Mills. entered the dwelling of a white family at Chester Sunday night and hid under a bed. Pron- Aiovement of the inm1 ea caused the scoun drel to '4u ,irried...

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. — 1 July 1909

.CON FEDER . FERAN. ARINENT IN POLITCAL LIFE OF THE STATE Resident of Pickens County.-Been in Declining Health For a Number of Years.-Of Much Inluence in Political Life of South Carolina. News reached Pickons Tues day morning of the death of David Franklin Bradley, of this county, his demise occurring at his home in Easley that morn ing at about two o'clock. *Mr. Bradley was one of the best known and highest esteem ed citizens of the state and has Played a great and important part in the development of the state of South Carolina. During war days and immediately fol lowing the war and on down, until the time he retired from the active work of the State Mr. Bradley was rne of the foremost characters in Ra ' ,-mioos fe went to Florida from which state he en tered the Confederate service in April 1864. He was a memberi of Company "A" Second Florida Regiment, known as the Pensa cola Rifle Rangers. He served in this regiment until the battle of the Wilderness, when he lost his arm. After...

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. — 1 July 1909

Pickens Sentinel-Journl %REVYITIES Know and Some jow About Our _nty &People -Born on 27th ult., to Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Ashmore, of Pickens, a girl. -Dr. Lawrence Roper will be out of his office from July 4th to the 9th inclusive. -Sondlev Robinson is quite sick at the home of his brother, B. C. Robinson, in Pickens. -Miss Ruth Ballenger, who has been visiting her friend, Miss Sadie Wilson, in Greenville, has returned to her home in Pickens. -The Post Office Department has designated the Rocky Bot tom post office as a domestic money order office, effective Ju lV 1st. -Mrs. J. D. Moore, of Pickens, who has been suffering for some time with rheumatism, is now able to visit her relatives and friends at Seneca. -Thing are verv very, bull. Every iinomnt of Sunshine is used by the farmer and the many lowering, cloudy, rainy days has kept him from town, hence there is no news in the local field. -Beginning July 1st, I will make free delivery of ice to my customers in quantities of 25 pou...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 1 July 1909

in sunmer can be prevented by taking WbI It's as beneficial in summer asin winter. If you are weak andrundown itwill give you strength and build you up. Tak 1% in a litto cod milk or water Geta m bottle now A Druggists Make Trouble for Reporters. There is always great excitement among the official reporters of the house when Representative Littlefield begins a speech. The men who do the shorthand work of congress are regarded as the most expert report ers in the country, but it is with fear and trembling that they approach their task when "the gentleman from Maine" is recognized by the speak er. Littlefield talks like the proverb Ia blue streak. He seems never to tire or to pause for breath. If he did not enunciate well it would be al ost impossible for the reporters to his utterances. As it is they ge, by a special effort, to keep with him, but they are always when he has finished. Senator ey of Mississippi gives the senate rters much trouble. He is not a fast talker, but has a won...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 8 July 1909

TE PICKENS SEN1INEfL4 URN. Entered April 23, 1903 at Pickens, S. C. as second class matter, under act ofConjgres of .1larch :, 1S9 39th Year PICKENS. S. C. JULY, 8, 1909. Number 14 State News I Ul th Ll.ted Ntw from Zyir A feature of the fair in Colum bia this fall will be a dog show. The Civic club of Abbeville has undertaken to build a hospital in that town. Sixty-three cases have been docketed for trial at the Green ville term of court. The people of Barn well county have started a movement in the interest of 6ood roads. Thomas B. Cturtis, a well known lawyer of Charlcston, is dead at his home. A '3-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. I L1-"ies of Yorkville, was bitten by a garter snake. The Funeral Directors' and Embalmers association of South Carolina i. ii session in Charles ton. BeI and Fr.m1aa Looney, who are wanteL in Hartsville, Ga., on the charge of swindling, have lben arrested in Gaffnev. The Pee Dee Trust company, has been organized at Florence with a capital stock of -...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 8 July 1909

Pickeus Sentin4el-Jorda egma9mD EVERY TBURSDAY MORNING. -BY The Sentinel-Journal Company. J. 1.. 0. THOMPSON, EDIToa. Telephone 32 rubsriptiou $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rmtes Reasonable. Entered at PickenR Fstoffice as Second Class MaIl Matter PICKENS, S. C.: THURSDAY. JULY 8. 1909 A Network of Wireless Lines. One of the most ambitious schemes in which wireless telegraphy is to bear an important part looks to perfecting a system of transmission by which all the British islands in the Pacific shall be connected with one another and with British Columbia. This includes not merely the relatively small islands, but areas of such magnitude as Aus tralia and New Zealand. An American engineer has the matter in charge. and having just returned from a tour of inspection over the region men tioned he reports the enterprise to be entirely feasible, and his report has been transmitted to the British colo nial secretary. In addition to the daring nature of the undertaking, what will excite sp...

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 July 1909

LOCAL BREVITIES' Some TbAgs You Know and Sme You Don't Know AbDut Our Towns, County & People -And it rained a shower yes terday evening. -Mrs. A. M. Morris left last week for a visit, to friends at Seneca. -Miss Ethel Jenkins has as her guest, at her charming home in Pickens, Miss Frankie Beeks, of Laurens. -Mrs. W. L. Jenkins, of Pick ens has returned from a visit to her brother and othcr r,-tives, at Greenwood. -Mr. V. R. Siansell and fam ily of the Greenville side vis ited the family of W. L. Jen kins, in Pickens. -Mrs. W. A. Gresham, and daughter, of Atlanta, are visit ing her father, M. F. Hester, in Pickens last week. -Mr. and Mrs. J.McD. Bruce had last week as their guests, in Pickens, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Maxwell, of Greenville. -Mr W. H. Austin. of the firm of Morgan & Austin, of Greenville, was in Pickens Tues day shaking hands with his many friends. --Miss Florence Bowen, of Pickens, gave a delightful socia ble last night, (Wednesday) in .honor of her two beautiful ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 8 July 1909

a you ONLY KNEW HOW buid you up, increase your t, strengthen your weak broat and lungs and put you in .0n0itio for net winter, you would begin taking it now. Tak it Ia a jtte od mk or water 5ft and $LO Al DnWuid Truly Difficult. -This is a hard position," said the crr's fortune teller; "very hard." "What's the trouble?" "1 can't make up my mind whether rem hired to be optimistic or reliable." .Washington Star. ' Use for Worn-Out Bucket. A pan or bucket in which holes have been worn may be made available for carrying water for flowers if small pieces of cloth are pulled through the boles ar far as they will go. Work of Teachers. Two high school teachers in Triest4 tAve invented a new system of wire ' telegraphy. Their experiments b,ave proved so successful that the WovernTent have come to their aid Happy Family. Sir Charles Tennant, of England, though an octogenarian, has four daughters,'the children of his second wife, the oldest of whom is seven and ;be youngest is still a Mere Uan...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 15 July 1909

T1E PICKENS SENTINEI:JOUINAL Entered April 23, 1903 at Pickens, S. C. as second clams matter, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879 39th Year PICKENS. S. C., JULY, 15, 1909. Number 15 State News 1 fl C.tid XatwsN from Zy A. M. Gasque. aged 71 years, died at his home in Marion of paralysis. Pinckiev C. Way, a well known citizen of Holly Hill is dead at his home. The Atlantic Coast Line will erect Y. M. C. A. b:.'.ligs at Florence and Charleston. Two colored men were killed by a Southern railway train at Banber. Ben Deane, an operative em ployed at the Lydia mills, Clin ton, is nissing from his home. Foul play is suspeted. William H1erriot of Charleston was fired on from ambush at Mt. Pleasant. The bullet struck him in the temple inflicting a Serious wound. C(o L. Bh'as has announced that he will e a candidate for governo0r Next year. H is platform will be "Let Clemson alone," and against compulsory educa tion. Fra.k Bennett, colored, has been arrested in Bamberg on the charge of rob...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 15 July 1909

Piden ktineI-jourIaI "Man= XER T1URSDAY MORNING. -BY ihe gentei-journal Company. J. L. 0. TOOMPSON. EDIToI. Telephone 32 Subearitiou $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rntes Rea"onable. @tered at Picese FostoiMce as Second Class Mail Matter PICKENS, S. C.: THURSDAY JULY 15. 1909, LEST YOU FORGET Hallum's Backache and Kid ney Fills takes entire charge of your Kidneys and Back and makes them new again. Your money back if you think you do not get your -money's worth. Only 50 cents for 50 doses. Pickens Drug Co. Communicated Services were held at the home of Mr. J. M. Porter, on last Thursday night, the 1st in stant, at which there was a large crowd in attendance. The i exercises were conducted by' Messrs. Cap Cantrell, Dock Lew is, Jim Gillespie, Harrison Hun ter, Lewis Lusk and Leonard Baker. We are glad to note this christian spirit and we thank i God for his wonderful work that I is started among these young men. It has been said by one that resides nearby that Harrison I Hunter had told ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 15 July 1909

Pickens Sentinel,journal LOCAL BREVITIES Some Things You Know and Some You Don't Know About Our Towns, County & People -Poland China Pigs for sale by L. K. Couch, Easley, S. C. -Miss Thavlia Griffin of Greenville, S. C. in visiting re latives here. -Miss Mattie Boyle of Char leston S. C. is on anextended vis! it to Miss Ferdie Legare. -The Norris Grammar school will open on Monday July 19th, with Prof. W. 'T. Earle as prin cipal. -J. D. Moore is spending this week in Seneca with his wife who has been on a three weeks visit. They will re. ur:i the last of the week. -Mrs. N. D. Lesessane, of Sumter, accompanied by her three children. are spending a time in Pickens with her sister, Mrs. W. T. McFall. --FOR SALE-Three thor oughbred Jersey bulls, ages 3 years, 112 years and 8 months. Also a few milk cows. Prices right. W. T. Earle, R. F. D. 1. Central, S. C. -The Town Creek school will begin next Monday, the 19th in stant, with Prof. John D. Edens as princip l. The patrons and schola...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 15 July 1909

makes baby nervous and freful, -.- n weight is the best food-medicine for teeth ing b . It strengthens the linsi for the teeth, baby growing. Getasmalbottenow. AllDruggists -. Educational Value of a DolL. fsr Lauder 3runton's delightful die sertation on dolls at the- m6eting of the British association should be read. marked, learned and put into practice by all mothers. Every little girl, said Sir Lauder Brunton, should not oaly possess a doll, but should be taught how to wash it, make cloths for it, how to exercise it, and prepare food for it. Dolly should be a real being to its little ownt-, and to this end should be a washabh:, unbreakable and mov able piece of fichanism. with hair that will comb and !imbs that will not come off. Nowadays one so frequent ly-too frequently-hears "my little girl does not like dolls." But every wee girlie should be taught to love her dolly and eare for it. In this way maternal love ie fostered. and, what is more, every girl would grow ug with as pcr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 22 July 1909

TlE PICKENS SENTINIR AL. Entered A pril 23, 1903 at Pickeu, N. . a% second cla4s niatter, tinder act of congrems of March 3, 1879 39th Yea"' PICKENS, S. C., JULY, 22, 1909. Number 16 State News I All a- f, Mr. J. F. Muldrov of Darling ton has deen elected superintend ent of the Lake City graded school. It is reported that valuable de- 1 posits of gold have 'o-en foundE at Ten Mile Hill, near Charles ton. Dr. Hugh Swinton fcGillv ray, of Charleston High School has been eleted prof,s-sor of En glish at Convert College. In the court of seSsions at Chester Jim Stvenson, co4lored, was convi'te-d of tfhe nur der of his wife and sen tenced to life imprisinent in the penitentiary. Dr.J. filler u or, a native of Rock Hill.has n' to Europe to sue the city of ris foi .50,000 damiages for k-ing hm in an asvlun. The Pa ri epl claLiml it was a case of mi4istaken ideni- - ty. A commission had been issued of the Germo Vlanufacturingc company of Charleston. Capi tal $25,000. The company will manufac...

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 July 1909

dkeus Sentbd1O,, fft uumm xvmy THvww.&j moRs -BY ,he sentinel-Journal Company. J. L 0. THOMPSON. EDITOR Telephone 32 -:-beriptiou $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Bates Beuonable. -Md at Pickens F,h40ec as Second Class "aIl matter PICKENS, S. C.: TiRSDAY JULY 22. 1909, 1rifin Baptist Church Dedicated. iast Sunday marked a new -.ch in the history of this his oriC old church. The member h p is not large, but are men I women of courage, faith and s.rifice. They have at an ex e se of about $2000, erected the 4, most comfortable and pret house of worship in this nty. It is about 46x68 feet, ting 1000 or 1200 people. It teatly and handsomely finish and*furnished and reflects the -t of the people.. %s previously arranged last iday was set apart for the mal dedication of this hand ie structure to the worship of 1. Although some of the S -kers were prevented from be present the services were utiful throughout and highly t_ed by the concourse of ple present. ;egining at 10.30 o'clock a g serv...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 22 July 1909

LOCAL BREVITIES Some Things You Know and Some You Don't Know About Our Towns, County & People -Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Callahan, f Pickens, are visiting friends nd relatives at Piedmont this veek. -Miss Orra Robertson and Ars. Jessie Martin,of Greenville, tre visiting their sister, Mrs. i'. R. Allen,in Pickens. -B. B. Laboon. L. C. Thorn ey, Bruce Boggs and T. L. Biv ns are in the mountains this .veek trout fishing in the fishing preserves back of Bold Knob. -Jessie Lewis, Paul Robinson Julius Boggs, jr., and Mr. Lan der took a trip into the moun tains on foot. They had a fine Lime and returned home Mon lay. -Robert Laboon who for sev eral years has been in Texas and Oklahoma, and who came to his Old home to recover from a long and serious spell of sickness is now visiting his brother, B. B. Laboon, in Pickens. B. G. Nealy, of Pickens. R. 1, ras a very prolific tomato plant. He has pulled 10 ripe tomatoes 'rom the vine and has counted 134 green tomatoes and 100 looms on the plant. Th...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 22 July 1909

C Of fles chikdren< jnsmmeras Somepeople h re gained pound aday while taking it. Take It --ina ttl-cp!1- - r OrAI . et a =l boUle now. ARMl WITH - THE,-_4AGES. A noble mind disdains not to repeuL --Hcmer. Lore is fenv,w-service. - Arthr Hugh Clough. We gain strength of the temptation V* resist.-Emei son. We are shaped and fashioned by what we love.-Goethe. Without frugality none can be rich Sad with it very few would be poor. Dr. Johnson. Let us use our past mistakes and failures as building material for ft. ture success.-Robertson. Work faithfully, and you will put yourself in possession of a glorious and enlarging happiness.-Ruskin. The truly excellent character is made up of strictness towards one self and mildness towards others. Schiller. It may not be possible for a young man to measure life; but it is poc-l ble to say, I am resolved to put lite to its noblest and best use.-T. T. Munger. There never was a day that did not bring its own opportunity for doing good that never ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 29 July 1909

T E PICKENS SENTINELJOURNAL Entered April 2", 1903 at Pickess, N. C. as second class matter. under act of Congress of IMarc 3, 1S79 39th e PICKENS. S. C, JULY, 2Z, 1909. Number 19 State News Gold has been discovered a Woodlawn Park, ne-.r Rock Hill John Owcn.,. conmmited suicid, at his- hom at Fort Mill by cut tilng his throat. John F. Sininon-s. a wel known citizeii of Orangeburn colinty, is dead La . hoMe. John and Jessie Clhalk,age 1( aid 12, vere drowned Sunda) ia Bush rk creek near Ches ter. ThIlwy swain until exausted line Boni 3rd, son of Sherif ifonrd, vas .1hot and -wounde( at the psenger siation a La w rni. b iyi Carry, a hote po rter. j (.n 1iZILson of Greenville a,e( 79, and l1t -S. lehtilda Linn, age( 70, w-ro married inl Greenville. T be \*)Il i had l beeln muarrie( thn-(.( tillits -;fo . There was a near-riot at negro church in Greenvillh countv Sunday. The sheriff arL deputies hurried to the churc int automobil-s and one of tht negroes was taken into custody, In e -o...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 29 July 1909

rW Pickens Sentiel-jolral pV4bySHED EVERY TErUMSDAY MORNING. -BY The SentnelWournal Company. J. L. 0. THOMPSON. EDITOR. Telephone 32 tabscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rates Reasonable Snterod at Picens 7,,stoffice as Second Class Mail Matter PICKENS, S. C.: THURSDAY JULY 29. 1909, Quite a number of farmers are reporting that they are "out of the grass," in spite of the un favorable weather. If our farmer friends will come forth as numerously with water melons, canteloupes and elber tas as they have with cotton blossoms, the editor will he in clover this summer. It", pretty (litfcult to -tt weather that is just right, for both corn and cotton. The best thing we can do is to bt conitenit with the brand that is handed us, always doing our best with the crops. When a man is left u h 11 a lot of motherless children on his hands, he usually scatters them among his relatives. If it is the woman who is ieft with father less little ones, she keeps them together and earns a living be ...

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. — 29 July 1909

DaneUnfinel.,IUrMial UAL DEYITIES Some Things You Know and Some You Don't Know About Our Towns, County & People -Are you tIalki! g county Fair -The time ik ipe for Pr(.epar -ations h>wkin- to the 1909 Pick-, ens County Fair. -FOR SALE-One fine Jon net at reasonable price. apply to ? if. L. Huckaby. Norris, S. C. The promoters of the Pickens - County Fair expect to excell the t state fair. Do your part to make it a succesS. -Miss G race Gi bson, a most charming vouini lady, of Co lumbia, is spevndin(_, a time in I Pickens with her friend, Mrs. J. T. Richev. -Lost, lait week, during con ferene htet-we A residence of T. L. Biven . aii i churci.h one gold silk ((with ,ra set in it. Return to T. L. Rivens. -Major C. Welhorn, a son of Judge M. "Welhorn. of Pickens., has acceptt- a position \ with Messrs. .cign & Ledbetter, ,.% -1 wholesale grocer i (f .-%iderson. S. C. -Pick your beststalks of corn and cotton, save your best speci mens of fruit, pick your best chickens aintl pu...

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