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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 4 April 1907

For the past : Our stock is largf tions, Clothing, S Pickens. DRESS GOO: The handsomest line we pecially strong, everything in b as, Mohairs, Eolienes, Worsted to see the line of Pannama clot] 30c and 40c the yard. Our white goods can't be ings 15c to Soc the yard. Linens, Lawns, Persians, l\ prices. Large assortment of Lace, Dry Goods are advancing the advance in price and will g< CLOTHIl Big shipments being receiv Spring suit till our stock is brol FOL Sole agents foi Se-wing _Machines Shoes. All winn (Cal fo teni PickoBsSellt, rnal Hapuenings of a Lo' rsonal Natu: BNar3 u ito l . e[tMaoly "n the 26 h ttlt, a 11 Mrs. U. lroce Hign d, of 'ickew, h ft. MAonrdiv tor Elt'rtou, Gi.. to vit iti hmr pare ts. inug schiool in Gr ieenv ilha, .pi n t E.s t yr with he ir paren1ts ini Pickens. Ma'irri, (, on the 17th i t., byc llev. FLunw~ood. , Mrsa. M, E. Calhoun and Mr. Miles Morgan, all of this county. r Tlhe back mounitin presented a beautiful a pucarance M onday~ morn ing-pua e white....

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 4 April 1907

THE 1300K OF When the book of the wars of men fi done And the story is truly penned From the yellowing page of the tale be gun o the chapter that holds 'o End When the trumpets of peace the world around Have blent in a chorus ar.111l, And the battle flag shall no mnore be found As a shadow above the land Will we keep the Book of the Wars of Men In a high and an honored place That our children's sons may be thrilled again With the stories their eyes may trace? Wiill we cherish the book in faithful pride 'I hat men of a future age May acquaint themselves with the ones who died That the volume might have a page? Who Wa Sylvia sat in the long meadow with the buttercups that matched her hair, and the forget-me-nots that matched her eyes, reflecting sadly on her 'an ishing youth. "I shall be twenty-two on Thursday," she said to herself, "and I've never had a real love' or proposal in my life! It's most extraordinary. All other girls seem to have so many. Maisie Turner says its quite embar...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 4 April 1907

THE WISE MAN'S ALMANAC. They nin't no aense, [ kin op~ nu mortals. secit es you tn' te. A-fnulting Nui' tt"nls," An' ocklin' hto OVlti(Ee. it ain't nn (84c o auus ' -tt/ i It's jest tNs Isy to rejoice; %When God or 'atiel"tin' sds rain Why, rain's' a .-,luns Whi' In 'l'echttir.1I World ti ttag:l: ~Haai uiad His Garden n . 0 By ELIZABETH WI( r. 1-IHs name was Hadji a d his fate was brown and withered like an old apple. He cane from .Java, where all k'buns. came from. lit that was lon,g ago-longer, in fact, than he could re member. lie appeared one morning at the doer with a handful of letters, so soiled and tattered that it was difileult to read them. They were from people in Perak and Selangor, and one was from Malacca. They all said that the bearer, Hadji, had a great. knowledge of gardening and was a faithful work er. The letter from Malacca added that he had a most cheerful disposi tion. if We engaged him on the spot and you might say he melted into his sur roundings. He had a cu...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 4 April 1907

1*14 44,- .GEORGE BAR1 Copyrlgl, 1.11, b>y IHer, .S With Lorry in the center, the trio w'::ike of'i rapidly in the darkness, the ri-e;iIive with th1e sense of fear that he la' ii "nly to a blil ul man. A little li:ht a ;r :thead told the position of the _a1o, atitl f'or" this they lent their steps. Ra( hinlg the g:te, the captain pounded vigorously, and ai sleepy itonk soon pered froin the little wwindo\w ti rough which shone14 the light. "On important business with the' : bot:, from her royal highness the I'rin cess Yetive,'' said Quinniox in response to a sharp (luery, spolon in the u ili stark tongue. A little gote besile the big one opened, and the ' onk. lautern In hand, bade then enter. "Await me here, c:ptaii," comnand ed the slimn, straight soldier, with face lurued from the Iight. A monent later the gate closed, and Lorry wIas behind the walls of St. Valentine's, a prisoner again. The monilk preccded(l them across the (lark court toward the great black mass, his lantern ...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 11 April 1907

THE SENTINEU JURNA. Eutered April 23, 1903 at Pickenn, 8. (., ak secoud clnas matt.r, nnao '.," of Congress of Marnh 3, 1879 VOL Y' v _ _____ _____ PICKENS, SOUINU CAMOINA, T8USa Y, AP~I IL__O7 NO1 190. Business Locals. S Nothc ("s of, '.iale, w t1',u,s, Swnps, e1t, e '. 1serted inil th iik ("olnIau 441 at 4etts p1r1 ine f'or enchia ist-r1114 . Nothing takun ti fo- It".I latti 114"ut, Sngar and eOffeo at J. 1). Mloore's. For ale ---'T'lhornlI4hre-1 white Jlinor :g s 1.25 per 1:1. Co ntiluor lav)< 1s, noan setters. Mrs. W. T. Bowen, Route I Pickens, S. C. Fresh milk cows for sale. Apply to 4. A. Ellis, 1toute 2, Pickens, S. C. 3t Five car loads of '"Muijestie" flour, full p.ttent, to yo-i for $4.50 the barrel at R. (1. Gaines and Gassaway Bros. Contral. Early amber and eirly orange cane seed, as clean a5 wheat at Craig Bros. at =s1.50 the bushel. Flour and meat at J. D. Moore's. When in Easley put up your stock at B. P. Martin's feed and livery sta ble. He also handles all kinds o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 11 April 1907

Good Coo) By Dr. h Chemist for the L (ww-AA/Sof .~ oe e +e 1 \. ''OlC will dec the art. of cooki h,appiest place not know the gc :nii I actluaint.e( 4444444444 Of course, cannot pretendI f eegeog divorce. But I cuisine in the :ilIc of givinlg that department, o -vision--the divorce courts could l: Moreover, if wives all learne \allt problem," woul (d evaporate. I rclnemmber going to a fari of then-andi hearing a1 very nii We all listened with deep attenti When it was all over, an o1(1 and said: "I have been greatly ed sab(; but I fancy I have had mnor bands at. home thani she has-mor and I want to say that. there Is in its sillnplicity, unfailing in its litI1TES! And that old lady was right. a (lay, good food and plenty of it, able deferenec to his indivigdual witi his luck? \Vhy, he'd be a foc V' First Step By Ge . I1E siz of a tast to evolve some lori With the l( t;iantic proport diEculties that < cbange in the pIt the app,learance c (1o begin to clim --we smile to think that w...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 11 April 1907

WHAT MY L.OVER SAID. The poem, "What My Lover Said," was first printed in the New York Tribune many years ago with the iur'n,is "H. U." appended. The worthy iarners, wtio in tl'os. days took the Tribune by scores of thousunds, believed that Ilorace Greeley wrote,_everything in it, so they naturally supposed that these initials stood. for iis nanie. Soon the poeu begIun to appear in various polleetions of verse with the name' .of t.realoy appended. Bilt It soon doveloped that the nameo of thet author Swas Homer ureene.-Bditor Argonaut. By the merest chance, in the twilight gloom, In the orchard path he met me; In the tall, wet grass with its faint per fume, And I tried to pass, but he made no room, Oh, I tried, but he would not let me. 2O I stood and blushed till the grass grew red, With my face bent down above it. Wile he took my hand, as he whisper ing said <how the clover lifted each pink, sweet head To listen to all that my lover .aid; Oh, the clover in bloom, t love it!) In t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 11 April 1907

Pickens S6dtiReW-Joifll0 PU7IHBIED RViRY THUIRDAY iORNINO - BY The Sentinel-Journal Company, TuoMPrslN & I;ICIImY. Iiora. 1. b. U. Tn/)MPSON, I;1;IToB. Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Bates Reasonable Vtered at Piokens FostoflOe as Second Olami Mall Matter PICKENS, S. C. : TIIURSI)AY, APRIL 11 1907. Carrie Nation, who sometimes hite the mark, says Go:. Hoch, of Kansas, is a "lobster." When a man begins by saying, "To tell you the truth," you may be pretty sure he is going to tell a lie. The Brooklyn Eagle says Mr. Bryan might beat Mr. Taft-as Mr. Rtoosevelt's prescribed understudy. It costs more for a dill merchant to brush the dust off his goods than it would to advertise and sell them. When Taft meets Foraker the latter will irobably wish with Ham let-'Oh, that this too, too solid flesh would melt." Uncle Sam pays rent amounting to $400,000 every year. And the burden is not even mitigated by thf joy of being able to get out occasion ally and hunt a tlat. An exchange ...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 11 April 1907

I_ SENE=JOURNAL f ~ i t r ~ j j ~ 1 0 1 i t P & c s . C , a e o ~ n t r t d w a c t . o f Q o n g e t i i o f M a r o h 3 , 7 , ? . . SOUTH ROINl HURSDAY, ARL1,10 iun A Iim' SIX WAp NA\M I)D| 1A I N URG J N.& iJ1NA1L. le was a toll uell huilt and well r swd nI al riiet a1 copy of the New Yor: ;nn in his outside,,wtt t,oket, and wore the air of.b;ing entirely at linmn in ;he libby of thA'V ,irlan n n; for1 no bas boelen t)en t ;t(dI for yea rs :1' is 1) a bu (i s teo acq uaint aneesh:1in aywher(- from Row York f c in New\' Orlean. 'I'm: from Nim t.v itix right over in t emwnie.od Uounty, and efor J g iwtl andl t 'nt to the had hanidlirg a i it d>ig every body who wanted to buy the best line on the road. I had"ea hdftprin)g afterI poetry and liction thlvorrt you ever saw. I fancied I'd:i'dovitb1my youth to huok writinc, but the meal ticket ro.se grimly in my path, tkud I struck something more pratil.'' A ftor an inquiry as to the,"dpo ro of tao train for Colpihia the travel...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 11 April 1907

Pickens Seninel-Journa PUn.I fED EVEIRY TIURSDAY MORNINO -BY he TSentinel-Journal Company. TPOMPSON & ICHsY. Pnors. J. t. U. THofIpjON. EunTon. Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Bates Reasonable. tered at PickOe F.etofioe as Second Olass Mail Matter PICKENS, S. C. : TH URSDAY, APRIL 11 1907. Salmagundi. Another Kqutuoky county has gone dry. That means more whisky for export. Texas newspapers are filled with obituary notices of the Texas gam bling habit. 1o, dear Carrie Jane, yo" - go riding t'. must not . .--vaaprOdb1 In allntto wngRh a mawho is ble u cau r *eur. It ist ltihtiti to etidaNet the lives of th6 bblic.-dhadR ston Newa and Courier 'M ears are 1tiM K. 'that I can t hear thy voice. My eyes are dim, so that I cannot see thy tokens. Thou alone canst quicken my hear jug and purge my sight and cleanst and renew my heart."- [John Henry Newman. A farmer n-ar Paris, Texas, ob served a flock of blackbirds hopping around lively on his place, devouring something. Concludi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 11 April 1907

your C.itire s your stomach HOT SPRINUS It is the bes and Spring T the market, w bottle, 3 for 2 ) Pickens FROM OUR COI Dacusville. Health of this coiltuuuity is vor good at 1Iesent. The we 1ti1(r ix quite roulg ft this season of the year. I thin] April hats changed its weather buremt with Mairch. Born, to Air. and Mra. EIwtr, Hendrick.,, on t1e 1st inst , a fli. boy. It's April, and ear -pauntin;g is t1 order ofI Ill.. iIb1v. I ~~~ r1S. br 11 1;e! M. Single11toui,t l'eters Cr'ei N> C i1111, 111114 t'veen visi ing he1 dauiul"r, 1r.. McFall B her, neatr I)enuh1;;,1. to a ice11 1 A r . >yi11 , a w loh Ii ug th m1e. From 111: l1, 1 of ing, I t1ii, the w"edditg bt"ll:; will soo11 be ri1; Ml rs. '. lbs viri ed tt, Ali The wt1 ill b1' e a lurishing Sund( P.chootl aI t. ltiLTor huirch thi sunult'r. F. WV. hIiigihed' & Sons) arIe dloin a1 flouriishing baujiness at this pa ters, MI ses Eva andt hel10, spen Sun iday at .\le. W (C.'irioir's. Mr. Ol 1le Trntee apd sisterl, Mist lAilli...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 11 April 1907

News Notes. 1.:iz,beth Uity, N. U , losos $450, .00 by a fire of unkn own origin. Shetiler's hatrli Which bece:l his (rr u, o bL ttle of GL'}epm Tihc" Utnit..t ) I(Si llast. % a v I i. t11' 1)r ltn ta y Ide $250, 100,01) ini 10(1a1 ani \ large exhi1. it of ,cl te:a c iorl'( c * tmrat us an%md Ml b)) * !11it 1t J t i(t' t%'tt (ipb hyo V'4te1 'sio! (* a r.t k : Vt 1 "!Pa 't V 1 11 tjP1 . kN -1 yl )11'J UtIII it i i 2 tLt i ut ll)]o. 1 t 1I a wbR mi t t I r g i. 'l - hvee il b, t .un.r .3 (-ie, 2 c t h ! . b i inji nnch t. . ot1 rey cf nstor inCie1 ar01 ) ratheg1011 atrld on Th'fe:.n'e\v railrond flommt=( ed?nvillr to '1 ieg f ned pli. OnNT erS tiodBwitvih " 6-Ohefl Ufsi( "I'IAIll . ''Iwmoquad(ron . h.Iich-,Will .r0etient the beritishlinvy at JamrestoIt will leae iign n "hoo th itof"t11 pril. Mlapy ".,W'ashingto peop etlie. Presildent Ioosevelt real v pre ets Goor4e' 3. C'orfcljou a thl'g id cessor.Ii James Henry Smith, one of oth wealthiest men of New Yorkc, dlied at Tokiu, Japa)n, wh...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 11 April 1907

For the past : Our stock is larg< tions, Clothing, S Pickens. DRESS GOO. The handsomest line we pecially strong, everything in u as, Mohairs, Eolienes, Worsted to see the line of Pannama clot 3y1c and 4oc the yard. Our white goods can't be mgs I5c to 5oc the yard. Linens, Lawns, Persians, 1I prices. Large assortment of Lace, Dry Goods are advancing the advance in price and will g CLOTI1J H' Big shipments being recei, Spring suit till our stock is brc FOL Sole agents to Sewing Machine: Shoes. All winn (all ftor B3utter -- y ~ ~ w - ...-. -- ... -- a I Nat ure. Sli; ]ie et isl .:nl a visit ttf frici.d1s ini (Grfen1vilc. irs. 1,it tie McClesk y is speOnd1ing a w~eek wit h relat ives in P'iedmuonit. Mrs. C. If. Alex'tndcer has goneo on aI monltV S visit to reliatives ini Bi r. mninghamz, A a. Mr' and9( Mrs. TI. J1. M auldin spen,t a p)ort.ion of this we'ek withi friends and rlatives in Gireen viille. The) Pickens D)rog C.o. areo handling cabbaigo plants anId have a1 new3i khip ment j...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 11 April 1907

ti I th MRS. A. M. HAGERMANN a Lydia E. Pinkham's V made from simple native roots and hi it has been helping wvomen to be sta fectly and overcoming pain. It has i paring for child birth and the Chang Mrs. A. M. Hiagermnann, of- Bay Plnkham:-"I suffered from a disp functions so that I had to lie do [aydia E. Pinkhamn's Vegetable Comnpo that 1 am able to attend to my dut-i would try Lydia E. l'inkhain's Vegct it will give them." Mrs. Pinkham's Standinj Women suffering from any form of Mrs. fPinklhn: at 1,:.n. . for ad has been advising sick women free yoars. and before that she assisted h ham in advising. Therofore she is sick women back to health. Even when a fellow is beside him. e*If he can't see himself as other see him. Junr BECAUSE - It stor , dont confine f yourself - y'no r Indoors ~ PROVIDE POR YOUR t BODILY , / COMPORT by wearing / ' WATERPROOP t QQLE CLOHINOG 1 Evory Garment Guaranteedt Good enough to last years Low In Price Sol N Mica Axle Grease Best lubricant for axles i...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 11 April 1907

Entitled to It. One of his grandma's maids of hon or tells the following story of Prince e was a few years young - King Edward's corona underwent an operation tis and was lying con sent for his grandchil ones tripped into the !d by their nurse that D very quiet, and stood andfather's bed. He .iaiun with them for a few minutes vnd they replied In awed whispers. Then when the nurse told them they must go, Prince Eddie said: "But, grandpa, can't we see the baby?"-Harper's Weekly. Wit In Overalls. Said the speaker at a lawyers' din ner: "We lawyers couldn't do better than to resolve in the new year to be gentler in our cross-examinations. Rudeness in cross-examination never, never pays. This is a truth that I once saw proved In a damage suit. In this suit a cross-examination lawyer shouted at a witness in overalls: 'You, there, in the overalls, how much are you paid for telling untruths?' 'Less than you are,' the witness retorted, 'or you'd be in overalls, too.' "--Kansas City Star. STA...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 11 April 1907

GEORGE BAR - . ", Cupyight, 19 1,y ol lb e r rt, S. SI w nler in a h1111 With snowballs, which the :Irs blapiemed ''''l latigniages anlli "i(i t;!sture'1s. ' * I ;t.1 i liid 1!c t: I 111til lii s t ll itlledi the which hI:,d b1a(een hlrredI to the aii struck o l riuttat idly ''or' thei 1 -.tit +do o w 0'rin( sst Y iretit let! dislehy I - b.n lie), when ts tn hepie' tuninisttr sentf ~ilt l(n , j l;'i t' lli ,' \it I ltt :n lil(' (:Ii. -.tn (iexild atte a n(dnilt to informl her of r' +lt prisoner's escape. het sat up in . <1, d, 'with her 11:11(Is chasptil ai,out :} 'r hileS, sleepily t lolint'ctlt hi .har ! -vou 1d r"ete ivel hii alfiter iii' "t It o 1: -.'rVed. Then shre snllnot"'d Ittr mids. ILer uncle a d atunt, thr ('olil:tl::.; Pdag|lnr (Whgose bi,erry brov, iyi"' ".ere ,o full of pretnded disl toithath the pr"Incess could scarcly restrain a c,m:nle), and( 0Gaslon, the mlinister of f1,nance, wer!1e awaiting her 111 appearance. ."le eatrd( the cotnto's story of' the es +.'Ipe,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 18 April 1907

Entered April 23, 1903 at Pick,n", S. C., ae second clasM matt, r, umidr act of Congroesa of March 3, 1M7S. VOL.: I PCKCNS, SOUTlH CAROLINA, TURSAY, ARIL 10, 1907, NO, For Thin, Poor Blood You can trust a medicine tested 60 years! Sixty years ( of experience, think of that I Experience with Ayer's Sar saparilla; the original Sarsa parilla; the Sarsaparilla the doctors endorse for thin blood, weak nerves, general debility. tilt evel1 this grand old mediclte cannot do It., liast v0rk If the liver is Inactive and tihe f lmw e stjiiptei lor tho best tossie ro I suils, you should take laxative doses of Ayor-s I Pils whie takin,g the Sarsaparila. Mado b, ..0. Ayer Co., Lowell, Mass. Also atanufeoturore or r HAIR VIGOR. AGUE CURE. CHERRY PECTORAL. Wo have no asorots i We publish tho formulas of all our modioines. The Booms. Boom, boom, boom! Listen to the bumping of the boom- I Fairbanks bsom. J How it slips along the way, h Like an iceberg cold and gray From a crisp antarctic day c In its...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 18 April 1907

SOUTH/ERN +: f . OPICS Ot INTERESI TO 1HF PL.ANT4 Fertilizing the Crop. The primary object in using fertil izer is to produce a larger yield of the cro'i that is to be imnediately grown, or is already growing, on the land to which the fertilizer is to be applied. As a rule, it contains from ten to six teen per cent. of more or less prompt ly available plant food. In other words, a commercial fertilize' con tains in every 100 pounds weight from ten to sixteen pounds of available phosphoric acid, either alone, or that amount of phosphoric acid and pot ash combined, or of tihese two an( nitrogen conbined, mnaking in the lat ter case what is called a "coinplete " fertilizer. Now this ten to sixteen pounds In each 100 pounds of the for tilizer is supposed to be, and should he, practically soluble and available at once, or within a week or two, for the use of the crop, says Virginia Carolina Fertilizer Almanae. The remaining portion of the for tilizer, or eighty-four to iniety pounds in e...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 18 April 1907

THIE SENTINE :JOURNAL Eutored April 23, 1903 at Pick(ns, H. C., as secoud claRP mattcr, iudler act of Congress of MUrol 3, 1879. VO._XXV,__--_____ k OUTcI C ROLNIK TIIU RSID , APILU 10, 1007. .47 Sparrow Has Whole Car. Becauso at pigeon sparrow chose to build her test in tbe shelter of a 'ete Mar(tuotp box car while it wtas ' the ttorth ya to d8 for repairo, the car abnti,st prict"less )ecauso of the car' s hlotage, s4atab idilo oi a Sa' a inaw sidetrack, awaiting the time When theo Iair ottug sparrows shall leave their home, says a Muskegon (,M ieh.) 1):it1er. The order camno frutmt Saginaw in pursuance to tho petition tif five con ductors on the litno who had the car in charge dtri)g the last wcek. \Vhen the car left the rcpa r tra, ks about a we k ago, Conductor- Stark, of Muskegon. was told of the spar. row family. So Mr. Stark kept watch. Whn the train. roached Fremont he found the mother spar row perched on top of the car. She had followed the train from Muske gon. Ever3 condu...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 18 April 1907

PickoRs Sentinel-Jollrnal PUB:IsHED EVERY THURSDAY MOlNINO. - --BY The Sontinel-Journal Company. ThOMPSON & RICHEY, Pnors. J. L. 0. THOMPsON, EInTOn. Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rites Reasonable. entered at Pickens rI'stofce aP Second Class Mal Matter PICKENS, S. C. : THURSDAY, APRIL 18 1907. Otla Podrida. An 80-foot whale is cruising in V'arleston harbor, and neither har poon nor sportsman's heart is stout enough to tackle it. Our friends in the City by the Sea should send a hurry call for one Edward H. Har riman, he having lately developed some capacity in this particular line of work.-[Columbia State. The man who fired the first gun on Fort Sumter in constantly turn ing up. That honor has been claim ed for several score of individuals. Recent press dispatches award the honor to Col. Isaao K. Moise, who died in Pittsburg on the 7th. His home was in Wheeling, W. Va. He is said to have had a brilliant war record. The claim for him of having fired the first gun will...

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