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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 25 November 1909

arge nty ord -ot gi much milL or good milk on co: one as she can on half corn and ded portion of middlings, oats ther grain, with grass or clover ther vegetables. - Farmer's Hon ournal. Fever in Sheep. A foundered sheep will be in gh state of fever and stiff all ove t will stand up but little and see great pain. Ordinarily sheep not become foundered except when f from a self-feeder and they are dif cult animats to treat when they C vereat. The only remedy is to phy c with Epsom salts or pure raw 1h ed.-Farmers' Home Journal. Best Single Food. Corn is our best single feed fC hogs, but it is too rich in fat and tc poor in protein to make a harmon ous and steady growth. Pigs fe rn alone thive for a ttle while, gi ery fat and then seem -o stop groV Farmers who feed corn to pi, at have all the grass or clover the ill eat between meals have foum that they can make good pigs withot ny other feed.-Farmer's Hon Journal. Cotton Seed Meal For Swine. e supposedly toxic or poisonoi t of feeding ...

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. — 25 November 1909

.en the iurch )hapma Wednes .is desiring pharmacy. irt, aged 75 3best knowir ,nburg county] naear Wo rg 8. -< .i seqen bhjx4 igers an)WQ'were con f this kind. The -sel th liquor caseswere a $I} each or six months Schaingang. ~ hasrordered a spe iemZdtC0prt for Uion to~ d week* n De lllfe qest 6f,-so ded docketi Ue. W. ,p~ILdurnng the - oung--c1hidre c tainberlain ~ped chffdm re biromesend isP ted them. Sold by IVm a oUrtin-Greeni a charge of bas stence topaa -300 or imprisoimentn state penitentiary for one yar; hasbeen pardoned by Pov ernor Asel. One of Sena ETillmans sons has embark d~in andinvest menlt Cajnjany. The Colonial Heighs coigny~ of Greenwood abeen' ommisisoned. Tne rporiars aidG. . Bailey, J~ \A~ie and H. U. STilman, stock being $75,000. The wi develic aeertain 2 i.k1 f as "Colonial / see g hidren su fe fro m cipton, *ich lb often the; cause ofemnganuidity at lessons. Chain betIdn8 Stcnachand LiverTablets are San- ideal meicinie'to gives c hild, for theysam e#ntle in...

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. — 2 December 1909

- -. - ........ - E N - *Entered April 23, 1903 at PlckenoS, . C. as second-clas - a a emoaa smi~fagrem: of Mareh 391S39 PICKENS. S. C. D9CEMBER 2, 1909. - Year; __ The First Swin. Whin dewdop&- baV blown on the hill sides- ofspring And migrating tbrushes are -tuning to sing, here passes my way with a Medley Of noise A .Zicking bevy of roistering boys. hey''2iesd for the creek with their chat ter' and shout 1 Stake the first swim, for the ice has Vone oui re all otthe snowbanks have melted away 'Vrom iooks where 'the sun has not reached with its. y, - whee brown country lids with their hats In their hands, Troop on through the forest like nomadic bands, And passing. the wood where the violets - grow, Dash down to the river to -lave in Its flow. 'h leader is in wlth a splash and a scream it's colder than Medicine Hat in the ~eam! oice shaking cold he procsan2im gist as warm as July:" then all en plunge i with a spank ixeeptin' one "Trady . out on the - bank. 0 first swim of sprin...

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. — 2 December 1909

TORURED C and Groce Were Treat 4:rueffy By Nicaraguans :~ ;RMIA NWS UENSORED Ls~zera aud Telegra'm Deposited at Managua Are C:nkj* By -Zcaya.'s Orders. pv here de-1 P PoreacblngheeO - and - Groce, the Jtt tted overnent and Pes exa te on the St of oin, wre tortured before C mwere shot 25 1and while the ai weak naost prostrate rom the cruelties to- which they had ekasaabjected Slders~ere;. said to have stabbed bayonets, beaten them with st e ckdthem strng them up by h a andput pistols at ,their teadtfrightleni them;:into atelling . was supposed they knew s boat a revolution aimed at the over -o of President Zelaya. It is dif t to Obtain complete details of cruelties the men bad to endure . their death, because they were el'in an old fort called El Castil ihere there was little chance of v t.transpired being communicated 2e outside world. Nicaraguan revolutionist, who has arrived here from Blueelds, re 'i that Cannon and Groce were bearing'sights from a height z Costa -Rican, and not N...

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. — 2 December 1909

TA. Andrew Lang . Frm TL. of a myste Countess . ublished t ty years ago by Mr. Baring-Gould, is by the world forgot. .Count G litz, was, in 1847, a man of forty He had married, at nineteen (18 a very disagreeable heiress, "kept him short" and insultec poverty, but who had made a w -his favor. On Sunday, June 13, the Count drove in his, carria 3 p. m., to dine with the Grand of Hesse. In a manner Homeric than modern he tool sweets from the dessert for b and drove home to his house past 6. The footman, Stauff,i that the lady was at horm Count went uprtairs, found door leading to her anteroor (they had separate suites of and retired to his own room past 7, when he took a walk 'Returning, he asked Stauff t. a :Countess join him at supper, told that she had gone out. S not believe it, but looked for ec in her dressing room and' but had no key to the locls room and drawing room. of the house he drew blan], ma ce of forcing the glass do Jul teroom he sent out to the es, to no avail. "s 'te...

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. — 2 December 1909

TbBnt~nWiaa Compay. 3 .Y. X 0. X19 TEMSN vOMMMO Teleghone/32 8nhamiptionLOO Per Annum. Averihing Bates Reasonable. buret as P~semen Frssamoe s seoM clasm PICKENS,. C.: THURSDAY DECEIBER 2. 1909, Peary is entitled to the credit of having discovered the Geo graphic Society, anyhow. Cleveland Leader. According to a recent customs ruling,a dol is not a toy. Pos sibly it is an insect purchasable ciefly at toy stores.-NewYork Mail. If you slip on a banana peel don't swear. -Rather be grate ful for theopoortunity given you to remove a snare from anoth er's foosteps. The Steinheil woman is fleeing to America to escape newspaper reporters says a news item. Poor, tortured soul, her mind "has went.'." Now that the shirt-waist girls have won their strike, we can return cdmposedly to a con mation of what Halley's come do for usnext spring. Chicago suffragette says she never has sewed on a buttoli for her husband and never will. But it's ten to 1 she makes him button her up te' back. Vice. Presid...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 2 December 1909

X 16'l ,S Ye ii$ 8l-J01Rn I*OCABEIE: Yo Yonsow nod atSoe YOR D&i<MioxAboutOft /Tomns' Coanty & People --hop early. -Qhrstmas day is on Satiu day this year. -Mr. Tom Clayton, of Cen tral, visited frien* here las week.-Farm and Flctory. '-It costs more for a dull meir chant to brush the dust 6ff hi goods than it would to advertiso and sell them. -Miss Myra Lou Cochran, 0 Calhoun, visited at the home 0: Mr. F. 0. Mattison last week. Farm and Factoiy. -Miss Beauiah Hawkins, ol the Central telephone exchange spent Thanksgiving day with homefolks.-Farm and Factory --Mrs. James Myers and littl< daughter, Helen, of Easley spent Tha nksgiving with thi fan ir. John Mlyers. arid aJaM6 . -Those who put off t1ie Christmas shopping until thm day before, or the week before Christtmas,- generally are to( to get the best of the mar -It is said that the hookworn produces a lazy dull, stupid languid, slow effect of its vie tims. That being the case. wi are satisfied that several citizen:...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 2 December 1909

'$ AS' THERE, Up Thee hIa-e .42. 10, -d - . .......... TEEE NEED There have been no mnore per observations en our National pros than those which were: recently rhich he deplored the increasing cribed the cutting down of- exp sential to our continued welfare. f~hML IN 1909" Sestrota nmany Years a Ad 1907-70 More Seriot gres Show That Maj Players Trainted b -Oanwing the football:caSual ..-14 13 .26 CAxSES OF DEATH. .... 5 3 5 spine.. 2 3 5 nedslpnobrain 2 n I 3lood soisonig.. 0 1 2 )thecauses-. .... 5. 3 8 rsaUnED. ~oege players . . 6~ 64 N 3 Hughschootplayers 25 51 -2 2i'adaesch'I play'rs 9 0 0 'hleticc'bplay'rs 9 16 therplyers.12 26 is ...131 SA 6 . Twety-sx -klled se5 injuedand cors o h'erplyes ' 12er th hcg paperhure asrt n of the foota~le~: * accordingeomet obtoen - e w deadem toa lessening of the perils of the gridiron. -That -is the grim, ghastly tale of~ the gridiron covering a period of six ty-seven -days. Thes "open game," hailed to be without brutality b$ college enthu sias...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 2 December 1909

fX~dLJPF-'=O1t 00R P BM~ awe balsam bed, th ecrestof Eagle's Nest the beakfast-horn h the quip of my bmrades brown g e oet eel and rd' pace for the streams that race e, hills-ofhe Land of God' of the ferns in the brackeled u) __Te g eof the loam 'neath my feet. - "hir, W1 s en w fca A venison snack a drowse, and back W With a heart of hope and weal. This may list low to the men who know b< The tricks of the Street's mad strUe, But if I may, just let me *ay- B By George, call it life! SciI --Richiard W taIn Success -Ka-!s Sazine. fiABRIEL PERLEY, 0Ul1E P Q1 By PERSIS 'WItITE. Gabriel Perley, guide, looked at my suitcase suspiciously. I looked at 1 it, too, and shuddered. He was thin. at -7wiry and surly, with a mouth like a vl muscaIong3. A ."Ain't you leaving at a funny aL time?" he. quizzed. His accent was hz that of a French Canadian halfbreed, bi and such a mongrel he was. a "I should wait if it weren't for that L business." g] "Day after to-morrow," lie mused, fishily. ;T "Ye...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 2 December 1909

i F; - ,~ -~ dg~o~ I ~ ~t A ~ ~ *~. ~: ~ chronic? AtiDaU~ I t. ~/1 i :~7~ b~ ai~ank ~ AJ ~ .~ ~--* k - -~ ~ ;~ __ N Bauwa ve~y~ be ~ Oood In I.' '~'~ i~i~uGGraTs ~. - -~4 ~ ~ - ~4~'~* ~ mSt~h 't ~ -~ -- 4-~ ~k A e ,- ~ ~1 K-~ A ,* // , %,%~ ~. k~ 't f, *1. 4 4., 4itl asse r ne e e tn .e se m - . e1. .. wel Bg R eness -~~~ ne cn asacarse,. Ui ebei-d-, es - thLaid ad Dle inq ad 'h bic h-ndte ail As ,e CaaptCane Hazltbeyoerf~ RouEl awu b hoeyace . r.Moe.hmsl - th ms animaltod tiak ca ondeavorg an fhiimacnpn to i ~neg ~roblso~e.-bldb'all Deale&s n shthn tsenator vr neidsit a .7 Th ecla prpeteso.Cber --. ,eseddirigeidalcaofin winigtiona]sind im ce nt he ano a singl caeo ai Car Sldan eafers~., e kuEs Io aildio~rnam and .loa aabyo le being oan hedil n Greenvill~fe amplho wihamcapi day~ihe Co-opertv Build elos dat a vaubi oss, baccndt dire ingcernis mein ait ehm ecstcedss. ares adteshafre wihcien th ore reards ,'ig a onToesay.mosA wel knwc-fae and g to-lla hewhimn doppe hiead brak aippi...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 30 December 1909

F4.. T FU PIK SENTINi Entered April 23, 1903 at Piclkens, S. C. as second class matter* undereofongress of .1arch 39th Year PICKENS, S. C.DECEMBER 30, 16 EMPERER T= m sereograph, copyright, by Underwood & Un& Latest photo-Graph of the Germar> his royal uncle,,the king of Engjland. CAT BlSCLlSEtS CRIM ANIMAL LEADS TO FINDING OF MURDEROUS WEAPON. Tabby Uncovers the Furnace Shaker with Which a Man Was Slain in a Hotel in Orange, N. J. Urange, N. J.-Like the cat in Ed. 1. 1. gar Allan Poe's story which led the police. to the bricked-up chimney be hind w~hich was the body of a murdered woman, a cat has led to the finding of the weapon with which Frederick R. Romer was murdered in his room in the Park hotel last December. The weapon was a heavy furnace shaker, 18 inches long, and terminat ed in a socket with a sharp .end, which was covered with clotted -blood 'and. pieces of hair, which mutely told the use to':which it had -been- put. It was discovered behind a piano in the eas...

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. — 30 December 1909

nut t t~eI~.~&s ~ mforma Z~4~j~~j ~ t~at the ~s obeerya~cn~~ therein. r~ wire rea~Ufmade and ~1so no~eta4i5 regarding the I~rac ~ COW ~s. om~ "'C' 'V ~i " VC *~ **v r'* I-?. ~ .," .4 ..~-.'.. .A. L~tl~~ -'~*~ ?..L .C4~Z~?1 * " Co * ~ *. ~/.' YQ~ C~ -' Xi;b, I'm ~ *yiffes wor~k is near a~-~ii&~ I'm about tbxough with ~ &~&k1~~ ~tIiis WQAd and In this jaae~nabaggar4~and very ~ Zo~emo~bumorl5t, enf to tIiW~-newspa ' ~ his arrival bere folL~tu~ ~ ha~ spent ~Tst ei~*~ weeks IlL an stte~iipt to ~ W'~IQSt) strength. He has -~ ~d dee~j~6ver th~e death of Ii ~ RogerS.~ 2Hls cheeks were hollow, *'~ -eyes appeared~ dim. fUEl ~TE MONOPOLY. ~ ~Sade in Bill Offered by Mr. Mann. D. C.-The "power ~' ~re ~p~Jy was the object of at 4~In. a ~blll offered In the house tive Mann of Illinois. It ,ldes that before dams across sable .and non-navigable streams '~' ~e constructed, permission anc~ *must be obtained of the see -~war and chief of engineers, It unlawful to deviate from oved plans...

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. — 30 December 1909

pomesmes, when night is crepg down, And al the world about is d And he must go to Sleepytown You lie down at the side of him And wh . moothing little things a cil&1 words, such as you fragne To tell the sound of beetle wing And how the firefly gets its flame. And soon the world grows darker yet And to the little felow's eyes Strange hidden dangers now beset The shadow place3 in the skies; 3ut you speak low and comforting And tell him none oi them are there, That near him is not anything But what is good and kind and fair. Then trembling come his little hands Out through the dark and find your face, lAs though by touch he understands That he is in the safest place; And so with fingers on your eheek He sigha conteatedly to sleep and you, you may not even speak, - So very, very still you keep. Sometime you, as a little child. Shall fare into an unknown night 'And shall yearn for the stars that smiled With all their soothing, drowsy light; 'And you, as little children do-' May grope...

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. — 30 December 1909

~--~0 zom--~ee ~ K~L 1~7 l-* ~id~ I ti~i, ~ ~ ~b~S At .aptinto ,hof Dec. its victim, ihome of his Mrs. R. ents -and to express to those dered help -needy hour. ed fourfold Dr. J. A. that was in pty now, laid by, a father's joy doth lie, to your home, shore, bat soon the e when sad, no more, T. B. Burns, R. L. Harris. s lovely in this he wotds, and the i g high," 'o to been duly celebrat -all-the noise that seem atleast, with -a aier, occasionally keep up interest, and I-boys and girls, and ethers too seem to have each other due at - ~was rather amusing -'.e of the small fry who yet sprouted a mus leiup to and wing the the church door, last real modified modern real "corentional if e. ~wud just add that it is t boys, it is decidedly to be keeping company *&usice girl, than struting nmltingyour brain, suck --'dnasty cigarette, as we eerknown a gentleman kea cigarette, while in ipnywith a lady, in fact it Sto be supposed that a lady d tolerate such a thing, but others possibly migh...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 30 December 1909

'kloRSontRiRol-Jourual 00AL BREVITIES i Some Things You Know and Some K Yoi Don't Know About Our Towns, County & People -Everthing going at greatly reduced prices, for the next ten days at H. Sniders. -Pickens merchants have had a good trade, and this trade will continue after the holidays. -Doctors say tha't most peo- c ple eat to much. Well, it is a y mighty good time to reform in this respect. -A little bad spell will come i once in a while. It is too much to expect fair weather and sun shine all the time. t -What do you think of hogsr at nine and a half cents a pound gross? And hogs a very gross animal at any price. Let's all ttirn Jew. - -Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Hender-J son, of Anderson, spent last week with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. ML D. Farmer, of Pickens, R. 1. f I want a'l the hides I can get, such as muskrat, mink, fox, f possum, etc. See me before selling. Claude L. Hester, at C. T. Hughes' store. -Mrs. J. F. Harris, of Pick ens, delightfully entertained her Sun...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 30 December 1909

- -o h a o- r ith~ir br~ st ak~wsar faint and Sevry A-wi - ter re- hpb r4 hen edt e IS, t'f -U Bflay aby Tn - - 1-i -- nf - *3-an a-. - ,-n OE-l a %St -- "C e n * - -: cit 4- . '- - - -t s - ..R 44 t -m t - n :saat S- -.ate - -I-tay -ed enout 3 -ynde V~oodt--t4. hat's 4h atter - - rn t W o ria ? irn's meBhoutd. - 'eu11 against each ~nhear? W the blarz - love wih u o .-- girls ~Yoveent-tk '27 :.usly. Yon'asked my e.S 2I~ the beastly eups $fl zduAes t ha d~.. euc V - L - crop P "ow - the - --2-o an as 4)ty glasse- ] c care t die or live, N t" Th&Ipey cae togive, NO whme of:sacrifice'to-shed; here Ure no new path over sea. -now we- know how faint thei The feasts and voices of the Dead. .M, fowers and dance! Ah. sun and snow! Glad life, sad life, we did forego To. dream of quietness and rest; 'Ah, would the'fleet sweet roses here Poured light and 'perfume through thi drear - . Pale year, and wan land of the west. Sad youth, that let the spring go by Because the spring is swift to fl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 30 December 1909

tbe, t.4 the satd edom of bav tas 'lt~tlemzsa (latin mustum, un Isrented- grape juice), mixed with it, in preparing the, condiment. For Ant1t9a th MMit have been great -atest in the - may almost al use of it, that per ot so much left on the edges of the plates. The use of mustard powdered in its resent form, for making into a paste, riginated in Durham, about the year 1720, where It was prepared on a all scale by an old lady named Mrs. Clements, who kept the secret f its manufacture to herself-grind ing the seed in a mill, and sifting it -for several years. She used to travel twice a year to London and the principal towns In England to e orders, and from this arose the e and fame sof "Durham Mus rd," but the best and finest quali w made are the genuine Im and D. S. F. (double super In manufacturing mustards e, or black mixed seed, is to powder. and tbien put an elaborate course of sift - product that remains in sieve is mustard flour. This d to a fner sie"!e, and seP to a fner quali...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 30 December 1909

-fZf agnc aue o t ef eveyouin this. *are but e the health of RIA Ma lOts P ea t M t di~znOr other Narcotic A letroys Worms . and -Wind Constipation reg~YCulates the d atural sleep. Een& A-.ALWAYS Sparanburg -ude from the of whiskey packages b'eing handled at the e ,Epress Company's there are thous people in Spar unty. Every express in the city brings jugs and bottles of goods to quench the ,Of the pe ishing. The a was opened in the Green building near the -office, for the purpose ig Ohristrbas booze. ce the ' establishment opndit has-done a thriv jnjA iness, for seyeral clerks are ent busy waiting on those [k hc ent in rush orders to whis o~iuses for liquor.-Spartan K~A~ugTor 15 Tears ~bjldlesio'spange-tsying many nt~rsiz $200.00 worth of medicine ai B. F. Ayscue, Inglesidle -N. C., nit sed Dr. King's New Life Pills, daf writes they~ wholly .cured hims. hey cure - Constipastion, Biliousnees, Sick Begdache, &omach, Liver, Kianey and Bowel troubles. 25c at all Drug ( Preacher ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 6 January 1910

THE PICKENS SENTINEL-JOURNAL. iJRv? 1 - 1 v Entered April !t3, 1003 ?t Plckona, 8. m ?ooond o|in matter, undercoroneroNR of .Tlurcli 3,1870 ' ". . ' * j 39th Year I > ' PICKENS. 8. <7.. JANUARY 3, 1910. Number 33 ( ?... U ' ----- - * ? - - ? ' SSBBBSFl; 1 ^MEETING I i %;:'Py'ji;jV MFLI. . .".'x'*3k rt'AutliAt of *?\V#r? M-Wf3L.?rf?.-?vS ' K' j.. , i | ' (Copyright.) ".tiouj aroj. altogether 4vropgJ"^ ehe munnurp^, slowly turning her 'c^es _ a^'uj' from his face and gazing thoughtfully Into tho dark icceBseB of th wood.' Hje iaughod softly. "IVou aigo, liadyf'd. lio'jjatd, qulfer.tngly. "You also see the folly of my ways. Rut prone'1I p.in ready. .tb be. lect uj^d, Md: if, J .fall aBl^ep^in tUpk?proeeB9 you^ifrlU forgive"' mo when you think how many people have?" "No," slio interrupted, calmly, "I'v? > no latentioi) ,9?, legturlnK you..,.1 lpavc , that U)VYhqae\\vho-<?wlio tnK$ ah irfter^ c8t in you, and who are foolish enough to flatter you by doipg so." Arjliurr Meredit...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel-journal. — 6 January 1910

TENNESSEE NOW "DRY" No More Liquors Will Be Man* factored in the State. DISTILLERIES ALL CLOSED While No Liquor May Bo Manufactured in Tenneiaee, It May Be Stored and Shipped Into Other State*. Nashville. Tmn Tim low by the hint legislature prohibiting the manufacture el intoxicating liquor in .Tennessee wont into effect Friday at midnight. Forty-one whiskey distilleries and live bin breweries are affected and all announced, It is said, a suspension of operations with the close of the business day. It is conceded, however, that some one Of thPin will minmlt !i .loti overt act for the purpose of testing the statute. Which one, the liquor men declined to say, but it is understood th.it a Chattanooga iiriu is booked to, having the backing of all tho others. One whiskey plant with headquarters here closed down its distilleries during the day, finding its big warehouses full and in a position to supply Its trade outside the state for a long time to come. Other plants here and contiguous ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel-Journal, The
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