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

An auto-iobile oWiF in a New York town has been placed on trial for manslaughter because his machine, while speeding, ran down and killed two aged women. There appears to be a general disposition to enter a vig orous protest against the theory that killing pedestrians is a regrettable but necessary risk to be allowed in speed tng. State Senator William Flinn of Pittsburg is said to have determined that he will be United States senator from Pennsylvania. The report adds that he "has set aside the sum of $2, 000,000 and announced that he would spend every penny of it to further his desires." Free love will be the ultimate fate of the United States if the 4present system of divorce is continued, accord tng to a prophecy made before the Twentieth Century club, Chicago, a few days ago by Margaret Deland of Boston. That Connecticut man who was bad ly hurt in a fight with an eagle may think his experience exceptional, yet many a man has got the worst of an encounter with a Rocky mountain c...

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. — 14 October 1909

THE PICKENS SENTINEL:J01 INA. Entered April 23, 1903 at Plckens, S. C. as secend *lass mattor, aderas of V*agross of Mareh 3,1S79 39th Year PICKENS. S. C., OCTOBER 14, 1909. Number 21 Some Hits And Some Miss. -Revenge is the only debt which it is wrong to pay. -It is nice to be handsome but it is a good deal handsomer to be nice. -A step taken for mother is a pearl dropped into your future diadem. -Take your joy with you 01 vou'll not find it even in heav en. -The best biography-the lifk that writes charity in the largest letters. -Children need love, tender ness and sympathy as much as flowers need air and sunshine. -A happy family is but an earlier heaven. -It is worth a thousand dol lars a year to have the habit o looking on the bright side of things. -To bring what pleasure an<. contentment we can into( every life is the best way to fil our own with beauty. -To make a home happy is an art-an art. a good many peo ple have eiLhel 01'st or ]eve found. -Train your eves to rest on...

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. — 14 October 1909

ckes 6snieel-oimial ZNVERY TBURSDAY MoRNING. at P=Wkens F'stoMic. a" Second Clas Mill Matter PICEENS, S. C.: TRSDAY OCTBER 14. 1909. -Married, on Sunday the ,th at the residance of the rides father Mr. Henry Morton, fr. Johnie Dodgins to Miss illie, C. Morton, Mr. A. T. .Vinchester, N. P. in his grace 21 wanner officiating. Only a few near relatives and 7iends were invited, to witness :e life time knot tieing. Soon after the ceremony, all were avited in to thd dining room, rbere the table was spread with ood things to eat, and I believe 1ll done justice to themselves. The happy young couple have he best wishes of their many riends, adown the stream of .1e. May their joys be as bright as the noon day's sun, and their sorrows be as light as !)am on water. A. 816 CIRCUS AT GREENVILLE. Earnum and Bailey to Exhibit There on Thursday Oct. 28. Never since the beginnitig of time has 1 amusement enterp1i6e tremendous o size been organized as this one. Its ,agnitude is almost beyond b.-lief. ...

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. — 14 October 1909

Piclens Sentinel-joilral LOCAL BREVITIES Some Things You Know and Some Yot Don't Know About Our County & People N~ , \ 'A V, : \-IA. al ?awrence Roper, of Pickens, is on a visit to her par ents at Watkinsville, Ga. -Dr James Kirksey and wife, of Oklahoma, are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Kirksey, of Crow Creek. -Mrs. George S. L-Care, who has been on a visit to Charleston and Orangeburg, returned to her home in Pickens Wednesday. -Married, Oct. the 10th, 1909, at the home of the groom's father, I. Merck, Mr. Frank Merck to Miss Eula Willimon, both of Pickens county. D. E. Garret, N. P., officiaLud. We wish the happy couple a long and happy life. -Don't forget the Pickens County Fair is to be permanent ly organized on saledav in No vember. Come to Pickens that day prepared to boost it. Offi cers will also be elected that day and committees appointed, and active work on the premium list will be begun, so everybody will know in time what to com pete for. -Shady Grove Ba...

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. — 14 October 1909

State News I The state covention of the W. C. T. U. meets in Columbia Oct. 25. The town Gaffney has voted 15,000 in bonds for a new school house. The Planters' Bank has been organized at Chester with a capi tal of stock of 35,000. The Aiken Hardwere company has been organized at Aiken with a capital stock of 2C0. Mrs. Sallie Brown, aged 75 yeas, and Lewis Walke- aged 35 yeas, were married in Laurens. The Norfolk & Western road will spend half a million dollars in making improvements in Charleston. Elridge Hutto, wv'hite tried in Lexington on the charge of kill ing Joe Jone., colored, was found not guilty. Its A Top Notch Doar ureaL detti. i-vi pi itgardi.Th world crowus is d. 'ii xs wyii tie America-i tiipi Ilave ett,va,li)lr. KILg's Ne%V DAscJryrf 10 K Oof -rhroaL aind Lung reuse.siets. En-tr. atoma is a health foi ce. I ti ger.:,, 'au colds and la g ipp- vait:b". 1L he . co)ugh raukeJ niimbr m,-. aid ct.bi4 i, Stops. aoro;, iLoll!v-d brollchial tuo, and lungs are cur.:-d wil h...

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. — 21 October 1909

THE PICKENS SENTINEL:JOURNAL Entered April 23, 1903 at Pickens, S. C. as second elass matter, underace tongress of March 3,187& 39th Year PICKENS, S. 0., OCTOBER 21, 1909.,ubr2 The Long Reach. By E. VILO. Copyright, 1109, by American Press Association. OS ENORA PANCIIITA, you are an angel:" eXclaimed Minnie Surr::*at as t he he:-: nded her IIe Le!u!tiful lace man tilla to wear at a fan-y dress ball where she was to appear as a ldy from Cadiz. Thire 'her girls who were there joined in the assertion that the senora was aII age, with hopes for thiolr own spia needs. Ida L)'tvejoY., one if the four g!rls. topene&d !wr* lips -> sy son: c' iatterin.g w,rd. ,ut the word;: wtre suddenly chefked I,, her f:n--i.d eye s fell I :o a P u er 1l..: d1.I U .i am1nIId r in ':hlch th. e:n. ri rally wore in dk 1..eliory of the Clp: 1rCd (kene(ral Val dez. Ihe senra had ty other jewels. 1:at she lived i:t -i best. While the ft:Mr y::: :1:. h'arders iI the ruane hoeu-e, l:n! i i there she had...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 21 October 1909

Pickens Sentinel-Journal EBMD EVERY THURSDAY MOWNINO. -BY The Sentinel-Journal Company. J. L. 0. TROMPSON. EnIrn Telephone 32 dubcription $1.00Ter Annum. Advertising Rates Reasonable. gutgred at iltens tetoMce z secfntw uls Mil1 Matter PICKENS, S. C.: THURSAY OCTBER 21. 1909, GREAT CROWDS AT CIRCUS. Many People Here Plan to See Bar num and Bailey at Green. ville. This county will be well rpprosen'e I at Greenville on T..uiaday, October 21th, when the Barnum and Bailey grea't s .show on taril exhibits tiere on ihat date, for a great uany of our citizens have already exprtssed themselves as having made up their mias to attend. A glance at the list of wonders to be seen with this big show w )1l- 6-0 o. to belie% e th ,t the I mit .0 tr-m-o i .u size 1 s well ;s nip-nier of tntovei. s t- e ta n libs titallN I een -ac- hed it irta i & 13atli y e -t he yk ar uit r tihl it city of 14 acres of ten:s tuore things ne ' Ul.an have been (fALttL by all (lther shows in years. "JPiofter the ba...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 21 October 1909

Pickens Sentinel-Jornal If L. BREVITIES ugs You Know and Some >n't Know About Our as, County & People -Born, on the 18th instant, to Mr. and Mrs. J. B. (rai, of.* Pickens, a daughter. -Mrs Cora Bowen lolden. of Calhoun, S. C. is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. IR. A. Bow en in Pickens. -Miss Vickers. a charming young lady, of Atlanta, Ga., is visiting her friend. Miss Bessie Partridge, in Pickens. -D. F. Pace has opened up a market in Pickens. He occiunies the rear of the storte room1 0oCi pied by C. T. Hughes. --J. T. Allen ma ife, of Pie:birt, a-l Mr. M. ". Mobin sOn, of Greenville, spent a por tion of this week with the fam ily of T. R. Allen, in Pickens. -FOR SALE:-100 bushels se lected seed oats, fall sowing. Ap pler oats are he b)st. Made this year 50 to.75 bu. per nere. Won first prize at Pickens County Fair. Call oi A. M. Morris. --R. A. Bowen who recently lost his ho::no by fire, h:as a pret tV L o.gecr onl th1e sitek o f (U 'aIt Ml illIn inl to(lar,' (ThlurdaY.) ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 21 October 1909

state News I Al G. Hayes, a well knv vn business man of GreenwoCvM is dead. The Seaboard Air Line is build ing a new bridge over Main *-,street in Grecawood. The Bailev Brothers Builders' pply company of Greenwood As filed a petition in bank ;uptcy. J. B. Atkinson Sr., aged So M 1years, a Confederate veteran of Chester county, is dead at his home. The Masons at Winnsboro have purchased a lot and will erect a temple at an early date. The lodge at Winnsboro is No. 11 one of the oldest in the state. Rev. Father A. J. Gwynn, a well known Catholic minister of the state, has retmnned from a two years' stay in Europe, and is now at his home in Spar tanburg. Rev. R. G. McLues, a well known Presbyterian minister of Greenwood. has been cafled to the pastorate of a church at Chatham, Va., and will proba bly accept. Its A Top Notch 'Doer Great deeds coimpel regard. The world crowns its doers. Th:a's why the American people have crowne-d Dr. King's New Discovery the King of Throat and Lung remed...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 28 October 1909

. %.. , - . THE PI KS SENINEURNA Entered April 23, 1903 at Pickens, S. C. as second elass matter, underaco.'j-t gr,-4* of .71arch 3,18 79 39th Year PICKENS. CS. ., OCTOBER 28, 1909. Number 23 DEPUTIES IN TUMULT. Spanish Chamber Is Scene of Riotous Demonstratione. Madrid.-Despite the fact that op position existed among the members of both the senate and the chamber Df deputies to a sitting at this time. parliament has been convoked. In he senate only routine business was transacted and everything was calm, )ut in the chamber of deputies vio ent scenes were enacted. The republican deputy, Asatti, iiarted the trouble when he demand ?d that a certain speech be rulel Dut of order by the president, against which action the opposition protested tproariously. While Premier Maura was reading, 'he tumult culminated in the exas perated conservatives rushing upon the republicans with raised fists. Ushers, however, separated the com )atants and the routine business ef :he session was carried out...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 28 October 1909

-THE HOUSI A How Wily Mar * Him Until Help W. R. OSE, in Cicve! The young mRa paused for a mo ment at the foot ct the steps and gave a quick glance at the house. Then he ascended to the porch and tried to open the door. Something prevented him - the key he carried didn't fit, or the door was bolted. He hesitated a moment as if un decided. Then he went around the house and tried the side door, and the rear door. Neither yielded to his effoits. Evidently determined to enter he went to the rear of the garage and brought forth a ladder. Placing this against the porch he as cended to the roof and a moment later had disappeared through a rear window. And Marjorie Lane saw all this from the house next door. Marjorie was alone in the house. Her mother was away on a visit, the maid was taking her afternoon out, and her father was at his office. Marjorie had been reading in the little reception hall, when the man's footsteps on the porch next door aroused her. She looked out and saw him. The ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 28 October 1909

Peruna Secrets You Sbould Knw Root Golden Seal, the root of the above plant, is a very useful medicine. Many peoplo gather it in our rich woodlands during the summer. Few people know how valuable it is in dyspepsia, catarrh. and as a general tonic. Many thousand pounds of this root are used each year in the famous catarrh remedy, Peruna. This fact explains why everybody uses Peruna for catarrh. It seems as though every woman must have a pet. If she can't get a man she must have a cat or a dog. Are you losing flesh through a racking cough that you cannot check? Allen's Lung Balsam will cure the trouble. The man who stands in his own way is not necessarily blocking the traffic. For COLDS and GRIP. Hick's CAPUw_vs is the best remedy relieves the aching and feverishness-cures the Cold and restores normal conditions. It's liquid-effecta immediately. 10c.. 25c. and wei.. at drug stores. Wealth may not bring happiness. but it seems to furnish a pretty good imitation. WOULD HAVE BEEN DEAD 1...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 28 October 1909

Pigks Seminel-Jouru1 ;;= 1VEi7 THURSDAY XORYfl G. -BY as. Sntnel-ouraal Company, j. L. 0. THOMPSON. EDITOR. rTelephone 32 OUbCription $1.00 Per Annum. - - . Advertiidng R-ttes Reasonable. SUW SSpU&kews FoGtOfbCe an Second Clas Man1 Matter PICKENS, S. C.: ThUESDAY OCTBER 28. 1909. Tax Sales. By virtue of tax executirns issued by B. D. Garvin, County Treasurer, and to me directed and placed in niy hands, I will sell to the highest bidder on sales day in November, 1909, in front of the COurt house door, during the legal hours for sale, the fullowing described real etate, to wit: County of Pickei s. vs Mrs. H. Grimshaw. AU that piece, parcel or tract of land in EAstjtO Township State and Coun ty aforesaid, c)ntain;nr l.ne thousand acres (1 01) iore r h-s-, bmund-t b., lands Of C, 11. stansel Ilg Lauel cret-k and others. levied on as the property of Mits H. Gri 'shaw wili be sold to satisfy tax execution against s tid property. Terms. Cah. Taiv Oct. 9, 19- 9 County of Pickens. vs Sam...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 28 October 1909

Pickes Sentinel-Joa'r LOCAL BREYITIES_1 Some Things You Know and Some You Don't Know About Our Towns, County & People How About The Fair? The people of the county hav pulled off two successfull fairs they were well pleased with th< results and spoke in high praist of the exhibits made. The concensus of opinion ai the time was that there must bE one next year To make it a success there should be all-of the prelinlireary work under way at once so that the people will know what to complete for and how to gQ about it. The various com mittees should be appointed and they get down to work so as tc give all the conte i pleity of time to get themseves in shape. There should be a perranent organization and a stock com pany forned to take over the fair and run it as a business proposition. Tie merchants of Pickens can not stand for the tax of the pre miums and other expenlse:, inde finitely, and for this reason, alone, if for no other, the fair should be put on a self-sustain ing basis...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 28 October 1909

LABOR_IN 3 HT1 Uiion Denounces the F=pY=nent of Childr:n. TASS ATLANTA MINISTERS .,joeu.Says Atlanta Preachers Fight Vhiky But Are IadiffMerent About Working in the Mills. .Shington, D. C-Declaring that i arly as he loved the south, he was n#t'--*lfng to have her purchase com rcal success at the sacrifice of Lr Ittle children, F. C. Roberts, for tu. rly a.Gecrglan, and chairman of a agutte of the Central Labor Un "o ts city, at the convention of , jdlted Textile Workers of Amer : stirred up much Indignation -inst Dr. C.-A. Stiles of the United Siues Public Health and Marine Hos T; a!, Service, who was quoted before Boothern Textile Association at !teIgh by a speaker who was defend i the employment of children in the thern cotton mills. Roberts declared his -surprise t a public o2cer, paid from the le revenue, should appear before , 4nvention of employers of labor udertake to defend the system hfild labor in the southern states. iadvocated action by the conven in opposition to any at...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 28 October 1909

EUROPE'S REAT WI A CHARACTERISTIC GLIMPSE OF How to Make a Line Dryer. The line dryer here described will be found a useful addition to any an gler's tackle-box. and any one con structing same will be amply repaid for the time so spent, as its use will J A ,A */'Ig/) add greatly to the iife of expensive lines. Cut from a board of half-inch stuff two strips (A, Fig. 1) one inch wide, and of such length as to fit tackle-box, jointing them together firmly at right angles as shown in Fig. 1, also boring a small bole through the centre of same. Then fasten to each of the four corners lengths of heavy brass or copper wire (Fig. 1), thr e of them being the same leng witi small loop turned on on end (to keel) ln .rom slip over the ends). th, fourth being - e a little lo so as to form die for turning (B, Fig. 1). The hod of attaching wires is shown by A, Fig. 2, the ends of the wires be .tng filed to a sharp point and a hook formed which is then driven in, as shown in B, Fig. 2. To use the d...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 28 October 1909

is the trade mark which . is found on every bottle of the genuine Scott's Emulsion the standard Cod Liver Oil preparation of the world. Nothing equals it to build up the weak and -wasted bodies of young and old. FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS Send 0c., name of paper and this ad. for our beautiful Savings Bank and Child's Sketch-Book. Each bank contains a Good Luck Penny. SCOTr & BOWNE. 409 Pearl St., N. Y. Elevtn Chinese Arresed. Dallas, Texas.-Eleven Chinamen were arrested while In the aCt ef Cks caping from a box car on the Te:.n.s and Pacific railroad. They are b lieved to have entered the United! States over the Mexican border. Al were sent to jail pending the investi gation, and will probably be deporte,. General Sates Dead. New York.-Major General Alfred -IE Bates, former paymaster genera! of the army, died here. (eneral Bates was stricken with apoplexy re cently and removed to a pri'vate hos pital. Its A Top Notch Zoer Great deeds comp- regard. ThIle world crowns its doers. Th...

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. — 4 November 1909

THE PICKENS SENTINELJ Entered April 23, 1903 at Plekens, S. C. as second elass maattere umder*a ' . ' arch 3,18 79 39th Year PICKE NS. S. C.. NOVEMBER 4, 1909. Number 2 LOANS FROM BANKS Ex-President of Farmers' Union Makes Statement. COTTON HOLDING MOVE Arrangement Has Been Made By Which the Holding Movement Will Be Stiffened and Price of Cotton Reach 15 Cents. Atlanta.-Banks in Georgia have agreed to loan, upon cotton stored in Farmers' Union warehouis- in this state, a sum aggregau,; seeral mil lion dollars, to the end that the com modity thus financed may be held until the price reaches 15 cents. That was the announcement made on behalf cf the Farmers' Union by R. F. Duckworth, former state presi dent, and now chairman of the na tional executiv,e committee. Whe agrecment has actually been executed, Mr. Duc:worth says, and it will go into effect at once. The banks subscribing to the ar rangement will advance money up to a basis of 1# cents a pound vauation. For this acccmrnmodatio...

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 November 1909

TOEXTERMINATI 410e1 $1,000,000 - F t the Diews. g 8of 1IE soT IIM MaNe the Gift EpreeeI Appe.cht-1 g the oHsHitaty Shows Him By the Soethrs People. New York Citj.-A gift of $1,000,000 by John D. Rockefeller to fight the "hook worm disease" was announced A dozen well known educators and scientists, selected in large part from Institutions of learning in the south. where the parasite is prevalent, were called in conference with Mr. Rocke efes representatives, and at that meeting Mr. Rockefeller's desire to organize a commission to carry on a campaign against the malady was dip mzssed. As a result of this discussion of the situation, the "Rockefeller coltnission for the Eradication of the Book Worm Disease" was organized. The members of this commission, as selected by Mr. Rockefeller, are: Dr. William H. Welch, professor ef pathology in Johns Hopkins universl ty. president of the American Medical assoiation; Dr. Simon Flexner, direc tor of Rockefeller Institute for Med ical- Research: ...

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 November 1909

WILD, BY IT=Z I wish, because the sweetness of you passing Makes all the earth a garden where yol tread. - That I might be the meanest of your nses To pave your path with pelass passion :the2 s ftness Of vc., ze jasm:ne at your w:r.Iov .e the fra;:r;ance of a ii1.t breeze with your dear .A BohemiE Schaunard and Marce. who had been at work si-.ce mor-::-. sudden ly stopped. "Gods' I'm hungry," said S-haun ard, aid he added. carelisz:'. "don't we breakiast some time to-Cay?" Marcel showed gr--a: astonishment at this question. "Since when have we breakfasted two days in succes sion?" said he. "Yesterday was Thursday," and he finished his re sponse by designating with his maul stick that commandment of the church which refers to meat on Fri day. Schaunard found nothing to say to that, and set to work again at his picture, which represented a plain on which a red tree and a blue tree were clasping branches-beihg a transpa;ent allusion to the charms of friendship from a very philosoph ica...

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