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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 2 May 1907

NE the past I] Ou k is large tioi,, lothing, S1 . Pickens. DRESS GOoI The handsomest line we h pecially strong, everything in bl as, Mohairs, Eolienes, Worsteds to see the line of Pannama cloth 30C and 40C the yard. Our white goods can't be si ings 15c to 5oc the yard. Linens, Lawns, Persians, N; prices. Large assortment of Laces Dry Goods are advancing < the advance in price and will gc CLOTIl_N Big shipments being receiv Spring suit till our stock is brok, FOL Sole agents for Sewing Machines, Shoes. All Winne Call for Butteric Picken, 'nel-Journal Hlappenin; 11 and Personal ?. Mr. J is havin;g his r0sidene(( repainted. M1is6 lan(1 Stunsill is visiting her tister, lr,. B. C. Riobinlson, this week. TheIi demanIId for fanciy cign mtCreases~ yearly. WVhat aire y'ou doing to help hupply that demand? Mrs. J, RI. B3owi, of D)onalds, is visiting her sister, .\rs. WVill Maw, of Cent rad, and other relatives and friends. "Zeke" is at Calhoun. having gone there to do the painting on the A...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 2 May 1907

( RAUSTARK " <I(1l1 il( it:! 1'e(':21(-in i, llad w'il isl:lnt(i I h: h dan'e4 r it pl r(ni 'ld. uu a Ir1 ' n1.1 , .to alk 1!Iw is." p1 - ;l('ll ih('u.ha''r '-'- :lirii: ly. '' ald 'I .- 1 1 swarin w'!!h .\!hai .*rl.wr4: SII 1:1w'n u :1e' on IIII aII'r: to 1;: (r l :r : r! 1w'aIIrd. Y(Iu ("r'I1n1 go 11r 111 e(i1. W1'h na .1. :1o (into (u:: . I- t1 w bIe (akl I ut tSi:< jl -. i:l,u ;IhI 1 ->Iu n laliiu itl:,t'4: t(1 li:l , -.; h r:!t . .:1 :. ' I I < 1ce t o 1V : . ' .1 I - T. i;: .t ! - ( p " n !!i . :- ;t ( t! 1'!:'ii. b way t''' i\ (fet l 1y " c I'r. I I *1 y 1, 101 cant111lOt loJ4 to 4( I'' if1' y u (11' 1 1111 ra aw . T i. - :::-' .2: fill o sbli K44I - ever - :i . 4!II<:'I s;11y a i :1 bou11 t11i an ('s - h i l. (In 1t' 4 :>nir:iry, I w anlt I'ny:('II' 11) to a. h n !h' 4e;. a;l riel tl11 :\\ 1 o 'v 11:t" ('; I i :2' w I m4ot4 82ay I l.44.I',!r 2z 1')'.r is y4ou '(1''; Tl''s It Ie 1 i n, (1ui lt\ . (':tii . 11 y i ' it ? A t1l I wVmIli to ,:;1y to yoll 1w 1'm ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 2 May 1907

~URI1 BLOOL your entire s your stomacli HOT SPRINGS It is the be and Spring I the market, v bottle, 3 for Picken PROG Miss Lillian Iren Cor Liberty Auditorium, Tuesday E 1 ttwi(..................... 2 1)te"t. Qui vivt aaloIp .. 'Im:tihlare and Nettie pari, ' l~~iss: A.11ii M\ W 'b'iIter. 4 I'le.Ie a .. . .. . . 11i" 'ra n'" 5 Song,'I.' iy . t 1.il Mtisse obelI Ifunder, !1 \I7 . ...".. . 10 .'i ..ti lMarch............. Mli!:s \1noy A11wr<"romb io. 1 g Lm' 'Me Iie,i the oIIn hCarki., Jeussie ?IaI Par 12 1) " no. fh il d Flower ... Throne the I'.r.. ..... ... 15 (lnyto's (irntd Marichi... Mr. Wilije TInet. 16 HobI1by Shaf toe (A Ijiahdogne MisseCs Jesi Mae an( d .1inunie 17 Dujjt, Vas............ 18 Gol deni Si.ri. (Reverie). .19 Meli. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...... 20 Song. Sonoerewu'. . . ... Misse-s (hirke, Jessie M. Pars 22 The Ol Oakeni Bucket. (Vairiaf~ M4i.a Mabel huutr. 23 'Moi............... 24 5 tng, Mary a uul Marie (Corni ic i s .h~ s-sie Mt -te a 'id ,J immie Loi ' jl't.t 'ea...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 2 May 1907

Pickens County Singing Convention. The above convention mot with Concord church last Saturday and t hbath. T'e opening ex'rctse were conducted by Rev. W. C. Sea'orn, 1 fter which conductor W. A. Porter arranged the class and sang 15 nin Utes. After this W. E. Tuwnes, E. M. Bolding, W\. 1 Mu1phroo and others each led the ciass for 15 mlinultes. 8unally was g;iVel over to anl all day singing, and ni(ar 1,000 people wore on the grounds. Dminer was served cn the ground and no one A collectinull tmlounting to $(i.Ot waslaen I lfor i)NSsiOns. All those who attended were well pleased with their outintig. LONG BRANCH NEWS. As I haven't soon anythIn;g in your paper from this sertion in sometimle I will try and givo you a few clors. The farmers are entting on with their work nicely planting corn and cotton. We had a nice rain last night, Mr. Warren Law runco left this morning for Walhalla where he goes in answer to a call to the bedside of his sister who is seriously ill at that paCO. Mr. and...

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. — 9 May 1907

4 }\ THESINTI SE INEL1 URNAL Eutored April 23, 1903 at Pickeus, S. C., aA hecond olass matter, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. VOL. P ICERS, SOUTN CAR0I,NA, TURSDAY, MAY 0, 10071 MANY WILL ATTEND MUSICAL FESTIVAL CRITIClMS OF SOME OF THOSE Participating In the Festival-The Chorus of Two Hundred Voices and the Two Renowned Orchestras En gaged for May Musical Fete. May 15,h to 171h are-the dates setl for the May Musical Festival to be held in Greenville, and it is likely that there will be quite a number of people who will go from here to at tend this great event. It is said - that the Festival at Greenville will be an event which will mark an epoch in the cultured life of that communi ty, and the great singers engaged, -together wi't the well known orches tras booked for the occasion, will makte a showing for the progressive little city heretofore unsurpassed. Ten soloists of na.tional fame, a si perbly trained chorus of two hundred voices, and two well known an"l complete or...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 9 May 1907

Pickens Seintiliel-Journal PUBJJsHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING. --BY The Sentinel-Journal Company. TiFoMPsoN & RICHsEr, PROPS. J. L. 0. THoMPSON. EnTon. 4Subscription $1.00 Per Aniiib. Advertising Rites Reasonable. Entered at Piokene rustofce as Second Claas Ma1i Matter EICKENS, S. C. : THURSDAY, MAY 9 1907. Shun Tainted Money. William Jennings Bryan has praises for churches and colleges that refuse to take money that has been made by dishonest means. He spoke recently in the New National theater, Washington, D. C, under the auepi ces of the Y. M. C. A. He took for his subject the "Prince of Peace." "One of our ricb men," he said, "has reached the point where he sometimes finds difficulty to find people to take his money. And that I regard as the best evidence of the growth of moral sentiment in this country. It means something when a great church pauses, hesitates, r - fuses to accept the money until it knows how it is made. "I believe the time will come when churches and colleges...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 9 May 1907

{ . Ai,Ltii'i d'erue.i!Nkua!H,YN. rti'. ,'r. .}.r - "j,.y. ..,r..i r ,.r :'i r, rf: !. _ r, .S ir FIACi' ! -C'1 i wy' t ill ll}. 1J1XN hNItl.l.>Aeu : e+slrrrrb .e - w>".e". nrrwfr ..r-ar"1rur.Nr rq n; tHt.krfa YN.Cew UAt iV,: ; -" . . :SJ- f. f.14"7KY+NYN.%'fndLiLH+.'urtii:" f. THA NTI OURNA ;utored April 23, 1903 at NIC0uy, its e cuucl OI1t matter, umdor net of (ougI M ,l Dh r ;h 3, 1879. VOL. XXXIV, pIGKFNS, SOUTH CAROL NA; THURSDAY- MAY 9, 1907. War Prices, In 18(r> anl ouncc of q11lline co,d tot be plurchastetd fo' less tiau $1, 700 in the South. Provisione were -simply enormolns in pricie. Here are just a few instLlcls: In e'bruary a ham weighing fifty puuds uo1d for exactly $750, or at the rate of $5 a pound. Flour was at $300 a barrel. i'resl fish retailed at 45 a poundl and ordinary meal. was at $50 a toathel. Those who lived in boardilg .houses paid ;from $200 to $300 a mon'tth. White beans retailed at $75 -a busbe. 'lea went for anything :from.$20 to $60 a pound a...

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

ICKen bellfllOi- ourlla PUn1rdBshlID EVERY THURSDAY MORNINO -BY The Sentinel-Journal Company. TlOMPsON & RICHEr. Pnors. J. L. 0. THOMPSON, EITOR. Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rates Reasonable. $ntered at Pickens rostofmoo as second Class Mail Matter 'ICKENS, S. C.: THURSDAY, MAY $) 1907. Would Foraker take second place ofi a icket with Booker Wasbington? And, if not, why not? The noisiest political farmer has the tallest weeds in his cornfield and the fewest potatoes in his hills. Talk about falltng fruit lops Kentucky says she's got the brandy, and California has contracted to ship her the peaches. Georgia has a convict named For tune Buster. However, he is in for swiping a pig, so cannot be classed as a bigh financier. A New York magistrate declares that crime has become a business and justice a mockery in that city, and as usual Chicago may declare that it goes Gotham one better. It is one of the curiosities of humnar nature that the man who regards the lawless w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 9 May 1907

P IS to our sh< )Lt the la fou . any to) Shoes Our Strong Point. FOL Sole agents for Sewing Machines, Shoes. All winne Pickens SenltinildOihrnal Happenings of a Local and Personal N. A1Miss I ucii t F tg in Sarta'n burg. WV. E+ Stepht"n .to dlie 3un<bry n' ight. fro: Mr. Jim ( wynu, 0t jve .alyfield 'ection, is vNry low with fever. Mrl. R. Earle M iller, neaur Easley, is <iite sick andt not expected1 to live. Mlis Clara Boper, of Ea~sle, is v'is dting ini PickensI this week. Mr. L. C. Lynch, of the upper sec lion of t he county, has been appointedl a niotary p)ol .te, MrIs. Hallum of' the Liberty sido hats been visiting her no, R. TP. and J. N. Halum in Pickens. H. 0. Entrekin of th Central side was in Pickens WVedne.-day and gave this office a pleasant call. Mrs. I. M. Mauldin, and little daughter, Ivy, are on a visit to rela tives at Central. Mrs. J. L. Valley, nee0 Miss Jennie Lewis, is on a tisit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Lewis of Pickens. Mr. H. H. Lynch infor...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 9 May 1907

:Robert E. Lee. A gallant foentt inl thu fight, A Ib,1, her when the light was ue 'r, .Ih" l:am, that, I'd thu host wi th might The b!cssed toreb of le'arning bie NoIirick of shells nor roll of drn1W, No chndlenge fi,er(e.rosuundling Ifar, \WhCn reconcilinig W1isclor,l comers To he1(a the cru'i wtiii orihs ~tf w:at. TI:iglit ontiy the m1i:m!s 1 m- di vidv, fLove makes fite heart nations one, ,., ld so, I'hv -if,hlier t'raV(" b1side(, Wo hont,ur the \ irg":;litn's son. . ,liia \Wardt 1Howe. Prsidcential Manners. Over a.ndl beyond his CvaHive and ivial denial, Mr. Ioosevelt has given t> the country an example of presi dential mI1A1nterS which t~ say the least, is far fIrnom erdifying. A manl of small itniortance aid f shallow -chiraeter may, without any very se rious stock to the propriet.ies, permit his humiliations and resentments tt, explokle in exhibitions of anger. Ho may even, without harming anybody but himself: conjuire up plhantasins, call spirits from the vasty deep of hi...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 9 May 1907

.IURIF BLOOD your entire sy: your stomach, HOT SPRINGS E It is the best and Spring To the market, we bottle, 3 for $: Pickens 'We H(an,dl Bryan's Platform. The Democratic platform of 1908, if W. J. Brian controls the conven tion, will not demand absolute gov. erunment ownerbip of railrouds. This bas been authoritatively announced by James C. Dahlman, natio',aIl oommittemnn from Nebraaka. The statemenlt is in the natttrr of Itn oflicial anunoucement for the resnt) I that Mr. Dablinau is in close touch witb Mr. Bryan. From the same source it iv stated that tariff reform will again becowe a domniinant feature of tht plat fol Im. While Mr. l)ablnan wits not able to go into m iuute details, he says the proliinnt phmuks it Mr. Dryani's plat,fort Vill concerntue ut, t Ile tam - il, stattu regulation .' , the railroad ownership p ("O1. I picuous by its abse-1 ('O11,40i1 tionat g ial IHv-e t si rtlng indlorsetiJeLIt .. p. )t(e Of Cam)aign c von from trust; Indt tlrge ecrl......,...., Ild re ...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 9 May 1907

GREENVILLE'S GREAT FESTIVAL OF MUSIC A MOST MAGNIFICENT CHORUS Of Nearly Two Hundred Voices Has Been Training for Eight Months Under the Direction of Mr. Barnes, of the Greenville Female College. As I.he lime draws iear for Greon 1il 1s \ay .\1usit I''cstival, inlterc.;t .ra Iavact, :u' it is saIt' to prceit that tm- of the latrges crowds ever ;t: c ctM,c , in c;retenville will be in at tondPnce. The fest ival w,ill he held on W'ednes'day, 'Tlhursday and Friday. h\ay .15t.h, 16th, and 17th, repee tively, and. already people fIron ad ;jinlng ownm and coutnties are mak ing .arrangemOnilln,s to attetn<l thi; great alfftir. Many of l ct lmave already signlfled their intention of ahing ad vtntage of the splt'diiid op,ort unity 1resented to hear Some really great art.ists .sing. Reports are constantly coning in, ami. while the ticket sale ha-s been on for only a short time, still the re 1411s obtained have be-en such as to inspire t.hose who have initiated this very worthy institution....

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. — 16 May 1907

"'s9 Entored April 23, 1903 tit Pickens, ., a4 aecoud cluS ma tter, under ia<-' to ugreHH of Macoh 3, 1879. V_OMS, SOUTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY. MAY, 10, 1007 The Pity of It. There is a great subject for a ser mon in the printed anuounceient that the home of Mrs. William Thaw had been mortgaged for $100,000 to pay the expenses of her son Harry K. Thaw's trial for the killing of Stanford White. It's the old story of mother's love and the sacrilice na ture so frequently demands from the woman. Here was a youth with a great for tune at hand, and a yearly income sufficient to have ennbled him to live in luxury all his life. But he squan dered it. Not satisfied with ordinary luxi ries, be sought for the abnormal satiefection of inordinate cravings. The world was made, at all costs, to pander to his desires, and money bped from his fingers, for has not the adage been preven thousands of times "The fool and his money;" it's the old tale again. Harry Thaw spent all his gigantic income and wa...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 16 May 1907

GRAU/ GEORGE BAR + Copyright, 1901, by Ilerbcrt S. Sto tain of the guard is born to his posl tiou. My ancestors held the place be fore me, and not one betrayed the trust. The firstborn In the last ten gen orations hats been the t":nptaln of the guard in the royal 194ace, possessing all its secrets. I shall be the first to be tray the trust, and for a man who is nothing to me." "I suppose you consider inc selfish and vile for placing you in this posi tion," said Lorry, somewhat contritely. "No. I have begun the task, and I will complete it, come what may," an swered the captain firmly. "You are the only being in the world for whom I would sacrifice my honor voluntarily save one." "I have wondered why you were never tempted to turn traitor to the princess and claim the fortune that is represented in the reward." "Not for 5,000,000 gavvos, sir!" "By George, you are a faithful lot Dangloss, Allode and Ogbot and your self, four honest men to whom she trusts her life, her honori You belon...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 16 May 1907

1A;,I1rQd April 23, 1903 It Pickens, S. C., as hecond olass matter, onder net of Congress of 11arch 3, 1879, c1( }U! , Poi try [ I . v,.ry t:lit!e y bre 1(':t(1 o", v' A 'i !;'4.\(;f I!R)M Til.' S1N ()i,1 I h:";i ( ;1 a '''l"t ,!u.'n iii! : CO 'N " fth In.m brmn : i1-2%\:.owa the mtlll"l I r eph'1 , I am Ihinkil of ! J<,1 ' ( i I h;ts i - -1 It Iiiii' l1'nu b (r w ith tI valuable iplanets ofi the fields b ut 11 1aswd-1 uto oti(d. No one taims n aind! l'la '. a im 1e iili so(1 bOx Uit S'ing and thl'n eniltivates me. have to fa,ll u)on tho cold earlh at sny under the frozen ground a colno upti on my own accord. If should hIaipe n to fall near rho hou or in some good soil I am cut dow I have to live in the briars a weetts. I have tried to show the pco pie how valuablo I amn to tho mou ing Ilen or the arowing chieks. Wh( my seeds are matured 1 how dlown n h' ad anti the chilcens fied from nou ishing seos, and still the kepors chikons pass mo by unnoticed. I hai become at last yuito p...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 16 May 1907

Pickdlls SOlltinlOl-Jourllal 'W.as.I::111D1) EVER?:Y '11II' I)AY MORNINO. I The Sontinol-Journal Company. TIOMPIoN & .RiciiYr Pito's. tibscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rites iensonable. K+utrodi at Pickons Istotttce as Sccond Class - Mail Matter PICKENS, S. C. : TIIUtS)AY, MAl 14; 1907. And it i:s sometimes neceenary to put a man out in order to find what's in him. Avoirdupois and lots of it fotrms a subtlo bond of sympathy botweeon Secretary Taft and John L. Suillivat. Senator Foraker has discovered to his astonishment that he is not the Rspublican party of Ohio after all. An eminent scientist says "sun shine is helpful." In Tennessee, however, they rather prefer "moon shine." Girls, it's our opnion that you had bettor be an old maid than the wife of some worthless inan,&nd there is a great quantity of them in circu lation. 'The man who gets mad at what the newspaper says about him should return thanks three times a d'by for what the newspaper knew about him and sup...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 16 May 1907

IS called to ou sl , ou the 1: fo ,. lyany tc Shoes Our Stronc Point FOL Sole agents foi Sewing Machines Shoes. All winnt Pickens Sentinel-Journal Hapuenings of d Personal Mrs. J. L. B( indisposed for the past fo% Mrs. '1'. J. - is visiting har uncle, Mr. -. . ... y, of Ear ley, It. 4. Don't fail to read the ad. of D. B. Cooper in this issue. He talks good shoes pretty stout. The PickenB ball tcamn, but not the regular nine, wvent to Seneca last Thursday to play and were beaten. Mrs. Jane Sanders, of WalhalIa, wvho has been on a visit to her daughi ter, Mr's. J. C. Alexander, in Pick ens, returned to her home Sunday. The Blue Ridge Bullies, Pickens, crack ball team, wvent to Clemson, Sat urdlay, end crosred bats wit.h that team. They won the game by a score of 9 to 5. Miss leon nesy', of Greenville, who hias beenf spending severatl days with her friend, Miss (Cassie Bolt, in Pick. ens5, returnied to her home Wednes T'he Blue Ridge B3ullios go to Gireer, Saturday, to play a game with...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 16 May 1907

TIPPED AS HE WENT. His Promise to Pay a Lump Sum Weekly Did Not Bring Results. "I had heard all about: the tipping }SseillI1 i uropet b !'fOr'( going :llab 1,"' said the youtg in1an jist returned Iroin h;s Iiaiden voy:ILre, "so I thoiighIt I'd !t':lt rn:le a :ww' systemn. .\t a fah ino alt:h( hotel in Lornul,n the valet as siglie:l to iiy 1lor was ihe sui!hj('et o' my1 first ('NIn r'intent. 'See hIere,' I : l i l a frank, Jovial 1 iner whien he c':imle ini1 to t:ni rue. 'I n%oit to inlo1lc ;n:l rn!r1n w t r(?1. It's all inferna1;l 1uni':(1:(" to bet h' nigou tips overy fw 'Ci'lites. 01', at loistI, whien I want :nythin ii done. Now, I l urp1 ose to lump tih whol' E nt in weekly" p: m.'t'." . I (Nx ect to ) ( he-r( at le ll i r"et' weeks1 . Yonu - atIrt r to Ih,' best of y"on- ability,{ ! ii it I le e ni ol e:-h \verk I'I ll:it:e It all righ1t1 wv iit . su in ';nt.t lu i '."i forulo rae ii a 11:i9 to Oil: n yous('' wouI lo ;e!hi in lti":. ia ts at I - "'QOi!tc', i:'.' ht .suid ('h1 "...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 16 May 1907

IL. men than are i dres, Shoc 11 triui state TAKE At our new leader "Winnie very stylish and long lived sh a smart dressy shoe for men. this new triumph of the shoen that has been brought out in A Special Display of Slippers and Sandals (white stockings to match) an on display. Guaranteed to have everything in Oxfords < them in as soon as you i guesses with purclhses. D. Bible of the Future. .". Gca :ea " bI h( ( - wliln (it"r pr1 t. ent. 1 h ih.h h, i.L K g m.1 c I t la tionl, w"It U1niy bl( l t d byt 1) -ebl"ulal h I they w< o 'l r""ts ;' l tia"!';i11u1llh iat) -- as a Ft"d i f h1ter'.ti. s:. le," (ite(dclre teaicherI' - t ' ' (1'.1 uriet ltl il it'1. 1'N li1 'alE i (;\'1 r. . i11) t cl. t "Ihw i ili" .i1l l)c.\ 1l vIV t I I h ' . uur '. Il', i(tus ill ', to i t will '1>; i. the B W of the lr es. ? t. I t r 1 b cio 1 rle1 ' Iti v ilI (.'l) III I :10 11t IL books that wer \..Iru." y' t synagLlt gu e r1and ta:ti, ('1ilstiant Chlllren1 1IlLt)'y of \5b!(': have\' bi 11 I" l ....

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 16 May 1907

From Spencer Idaho. Spencer, April 24.--: will give your rdaders a few dots from the range of the Rookies where the bum lamb takes the lead. The farmers are all letting the twister down and everything points to the most prosperous year that we have ever experienced in Idaho. Al kinds of fruit looks favorable. The high mountains are still covered with from two to four feet of snow which will furnish plenty of water for irri gation purposes. Stock of all kinds wintered well here, especially sheep, and they have been on the range since March 17th, all doing well. The range is the finest we over saw at this season; all the bum lambs look like stuffed toads. We can tell a sheep man as far as we can see him; he looks like one ear was gone, but it is not gone, it is only hid with a grin; wool is 25 cents a pound and most of the ewes have twin lambs. The season is well advanced now and most of the farm land is in good condition. Beet planting is well on and an immense crop is expected. The ...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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