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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 23 May 1907

TIHE SENTINEL:JOURNAL E tered'April 23, 1903 at Pickpus, S. C., as secoud class matter, under ct of Congress of March 3, 1879. VGL,_1XV ~ / L __ ______ PICU , SOUTH CAROI'NA, HlURSDAY. MAY, 2,11 1907NO 2 Additional Locals. lt. Sunday was. the big day at Cross lads, and lots of people from this and G( reeniville coouty were pres ent. Must of the young per,plo of Pickens went., and I hey report ia good time and good order. Miss Eliza McDaniel lefi yester Iry for her father's home att Ruther furdton , N. C., 0) a Visit and to be present at the marriage of her sister, Miss iry, to Mr. GUregg Q. Mauldin. Tihe happy event occurs on the 291th inst. Marshal Noaley is keeping Ia won ther eye on the hind tiger, and as a consequence Mayor L- iBoon has several jugs o, "good old mountain de,v" to pour out after the requisite number of days passes. much to the regret of the owners if not to any one else. Cards are out announcing the mar riage of G. Q. Mauldin and Mliss Mary McDaniel, on the ~29th...

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. — 23 May 1907

GR%Au ei GEORGE BAI Copyritlht, 1901, by Ilcrbcrt S. St entitne's." Ie arose :an,l stood looking down at thte inteise .fare, all aquiver with the battle between temnptation and solici tude. "I am -l:ot goilt; back to St. 'alea tine's," he said slow ly. "Hut it is all ' rranged for you to start from there tomorrow. Youl can not escape the city g:uard except Ihrough St. Valentine's.'' "Yotive, hias it not o("tn'rrd to yo,n that 1 may not wish to esca1pe the city guard?" "\I1ay not w"ishi to esc'ap,e the--w"hat do you lea n'?" she cried, be'wildered. "I ailn 111)t going to leave Ed'lweiss, dearest. It iS lly inttntio11 to surren der lysel1' to c!e authorities." She gazed at htiim inl horror for a mo ment and then fell back, with a low mon11. "For (od's sake do not say that!" she wailed. "I forbid you to think of it. You catnot do this after all I have done to save you. Ach, you are jesting. I should have known." HIe sat down and dr'ew her to his side. Some Moments passed before he coul...

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. — 23 May 1907

TIIErud AprilJOUN 11 NAL'o Entered.April 23, 19,3 :it Pick ns, S. C., ae $ocond claas mutter, tler net of Cougrcs of March 3, 1879. V1. XXXIVr P1 ~l ,I S SOUTH CAROLI2A, TMA 3, 1 7 TRUMDA__AlP__10 ..U W p N ,o7+vepr.; ;; +, . ;". o O" . r **t17'' ..ri;yy r t : - I, I cuitz 1Ja . f Qu\.R ." ~" int t 44 ce !v~ 4.- C c d c rd in -t. :I~ 4.4-" 0 C, 4-3. 4) 94 4) r1 G,r d l CD . 4 -1 O N c 'e C i n C C.. ~ ~ ~ 1- --4 g- O 4* O Zf c> ;-4 a) C) t4 ? C4- G)1- f) t o~~ II ~ )4WC)*~4'1)4 CIS 'I G) cU r:i i C f4 4 in4 F- c c) 1 04 t- i i)f " J d c ) r ti - .~"f' tr Wm' ~ ~~ ~ ~ ~ T; "vtr s IIa u rjo awe, ~ 46I!A tic n: Jrwy. ~" "QI -1:j4"' ;n1 y,.'\y . r2 _ o r "YS. ,"ti ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ - . i 4r . " " r 7 "%.T / 1 r .". (c 5 yJ Y i N1 '4- ". s .,' ' n tr1tt 4*, "na.:\ -\ f1-4---'-- 1 0*4 0 r, s Iv - - - r: -. :: ' u r ;t -. - - o -, - - - - e 1 .. o -- -' ., i..i -- I "';- ::ll . f ...... ". , _... "... es... % . - .. ~ .svvo-v'^,~'3 --- - 11. _ LN "C ..,f\ ') c .I I iie -e s ...................

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 23 May 1907

PUBLISHED EVERY TIUI4sDAY MORNING. BY ' The Sentinel-Journal Company. TSOMPsoN & RIciEY. Pnors. J. L, U. 'HIIOMPSON, EiTon. Subscription $1.00 Per Aunum. Advertising Rates Reasonable. Enwred at Piokons Fustoilco as Second Clase Mail Matter PICKENS, S. C. : THURSDAY, MAY 28 1907. "An honest man, tho' ere sae pcor, Is king o' men for a' that." Scalpers have been enjoined from doing business at Jamestown. His tory repeats itself. You couldn't locate the patriotism of Wall street with a microscope. It is a pocketbook patriotism that is out of sight. An Indian in Oklahoma has brought suit for divorce because he claims his squaw kicked him out of his tepee. This sounds ctvilized. Mrs. Troiel, a foreign missionary, was robbed by her two-day husband, who fled. An argument for home missions, if one is needed. To some of the third--term shout ers another term of Roosevelt is not so important as another torm foi themselves. "Oh, the Carolina moonlight softly ights the starry sky," sings a ...

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. — 23 May 1907

I ed to owi sh_ you the l; o found in any tc Shoes Our Strong Point FOL Sole agents fo: Sewing Machines S hoer .1.1 w\Tinnl7 1 Fidden .iel-Journal Hap1)eniIH .I and Personal Nature. Mrs . 1-1. Craig has heen sick lut SR impit:ed atL this wrii lg, Mrs'. W. A. Bi uce retuned la.at week from ai visit to re?latives inl Grheeniville. Mr. Craig anid daugh ter, A da, have peenm on a visi I to the family of her son, E. II. Craig. MrI. andl( Mrs. W. A. (ilreath of Greenville, Tpent S uday in Pickenis, the guest of his mother; Mrs. E A. GAilreath. Deborah, the infant daui ghter of Mr.and1 Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Lesesne, died at their home in Kingstree, S. (., on the 13~th inst, and was buried at Kingstree. The Pickens ball team went to (reer last Saturday like game cocks, but returned like wvhiipped rootsce. Cheer up, boys, there's a brighter day coming. M rs. J1. .. Lewis was called to R ich land(1last week to the bedside of her niceO, Miss Margaret Hughes, who han since dlicd, of consaumtnO]. M...

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. — 23 May 1907

The Conquered Banner. l'nrl that bain ner, I'or 'tia wt'ary, .1'"und its :atall 'tis drooping <lrearu, Furl it, fold it, it is best; ''r there's not at man11 to ktave it, 1,l thlwr( 's ,.lot a sworl to :1 v('e it, An( there't, not ono left to lave it, {r. the blood whieb heroes gave it, . iud its foes nOW ;'e I'll aId brave1 it; 1'Furl it, hide it -lei it re.i! ati:, th:at b)innerr down "1! 'tis tuttterte.h .;l en is its sta:tl m .d sh; (a r("l; .1d i valiant. hosts are seat'orod Over alutu it Ilo:'ttt' high. Ol!!: 'tis land f")r us to tutd it; ;1ard to tli:th r II Iu"C'.; 1on( to hol it; irlA thatt' whiO onc'e unr'clledl it Now muut fil it wath a sigh. '1-. that. ba;nrler: F"url it sul net' ttru thloutianld hlail.d it glad'y", '.m;t tc,n ti:: sontl n i nao dl, Swore it slild %*ie v wav: a' (Lre that fUet 's s S.1 rd s o ild ';le"arts like it'rs il wintad dissever, Till thatt ltig shoub!l 11l)nt furever ()O'er tht-ir firedomi or heir grave! t .;I?i'' ' - :1:s. h; 1' o '-cl: :,.ra...

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. — 23 May 1907

The than tl are a Sdressi Sho;es, trimly .D state t you CC TAKE, At our new leader "'Winnie I very stylish and long lived sho a smart dressy shoe for men. I this new triumph of the shoemm that has been brought out in y< A Special Display of Slippers and Sandals (white stockings to match) and on display. Guaranteed to s have everything in Oxfords e: them in as soon as you in guesses with purchses. D. I Summons for. Relief'. ;'o' phiinlt se1v\d. STATE OF SOU.'T CAROI/TNA. Pickeins (Iunty. Court. of C"tlllion P1itis. David 11. 3erk, II '1rv )1 erc(, E!vira Sauer"1tioldI, '1TeXalna K4.lle* and) ZIlis sour111 Smiith. Phtilntiffs. aiin ?p' I ,aw\rn'Iee I'. M l ek. Mtrs. ':l1: BIrt'on, Ii. A wait . 'hi'' it:!v St4li!ew r't. :lI W . 1B. 'To I he I 1int;n. Yolu nm)i.n'll t'1i and 1 r. .luir"a i 1m I l'I: c nt inl Ih acuion. n;y I )'h'trewIth1 t:e'rvld ( ils'r\ve :: cop v I f IIr' nrlt c omihl inf I. ( upI onI I Illter<.. ~II -r :" C. wVI1h-1 mi t.w\cnty 1h1I' atetr I1he sert'il'( h r.,...

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. — 23 May 1907

' The effect of ma You catch cold down because of the Strengthen yo " Emalsion. It builds new blood a system. ALL DRUGGISTS; Business Locals.11 Nu/i e 11f 'SJl . Wa ,nts. lp' t. \ . L rrt i inl thi' ('(luinn lit; .5 rlt"nts)p r :: l'o r l'alch in'tr lIll . \N tIh1in11 t11 i;e - r.I ht' thantl llnltents. Sugar and Cotfle d at .). I. Il 's(,H. Wanted, to U.y 1,001) l1r', 1,500 doz en1 eggs and all the roostrs that we enn get. W, E. Fremtt & Co. I:lour and meat at .1. 1). Mloore's. WN171 in E 'sley put up y.1nt1 stock; at B. 1', Martin's feed and livery sta. ble. He also handles all k in l' of feedstuf. 38-tf Mullscavalod and Portorica molasses at Craig Bros, fobac+co &. can goods at J. ). Moore's. I will pay top prices in cash or trade if you will hring me your chlckens and eggs. J. D. Moore. I would like to fill a limited number of bills lur house, with first-class rough lumber att ?1 per 100 at mill. .. miles west of Pictos. A. W. Gravlv, Route 3 Pickens. Bran, shorts and ch...

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. — 30 May 1907

I I11.t.. .sEtoreilAprIil 23, A Uti-U.L 'UNilH1MLN I S. Sentences lnposed on O;fendcrs by the Old Colonial C. :rts. Alic \;orsc Ea:rl(- instance(s in a book ( i "Pui 4Iicn nt-; ((I I yg one ]Iys' me of the piresque but iftin cr1(l s(ilence(s 1 the (olo ial -eourt. ni ("(..lnial d O,r how tealin:l wasi eoisidl(ei one of the most serious of c)"ime,. At the fiir.-t oIl'ense tle tii(lrs cars; Wer"e slit, and at the see ond his (ears wV-"re nailc(d to a1 pil. lorv. ,nd at the ihird le sull"e.ed diatihi "w ithoult; bei'lit of ler. " 1)eceil ful blakers anl ('sreles fish d1ealerl" had to "lose their ears," while he who1) spolo (let raelin;; w"oisO5 had his ton!.gue bored by a 0bo(lkini. A Frenehlnan iraveling ]i .\meri ca in 1400 de,eribes the (luking stool as a "pleasant mode" of pungcs - ishinig a scolding woman. Het says: "0f members ye tonge is worst or bestc. And yll tonge oft doth breede unreste worthe a ducking stoole." In .1635 Thomas Hartley of Vir ginia wrote of his witnessing th...

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. — 30 May 1907

Pickens Sentinel-JournI JUDMBHED EVERY THURsDAY MORNINO. -BY The Sentine1-Journal Company. TuOMPsoN & RICHEY. PROPs. J. L. 0. THOQMPSON, Em~DTon. Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rates Reasonable. IOjered at Plckens FustofiUce a6 Second class Mal Matter PICKENS, S. C.: . I TIURSDAY, MAY 80 1907. Don't cuis the editor, or the paper. You don't have to take it and read it -you can pay up and quit. According to the Philadelphia In quirer, no state with an ambitious millionaire 'really lacks senatorial timber. A sensible councilman in Atlanta wants painting eliminatEd from the curriculum. He is right. Too many frills have been introduced into the public school system, leading to a frightful waste of valurble time After painting would doubtless come sculpturing and architecture-a mis erable smattering in each instance. Tonsorial artists, says the News and Courier, are said to be astounded by the announcement of a London scientist that he has effected a paste that will clean a...

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. — 30 May 1907

THlE .---SENTINEL:JOURNAL EntoredApril 23, 1903 at Pickens, 8. C., as second class matte!r, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. VOL, XXXVIL -__ ~- -_ PICXEI S OUTHI CAR~OLMA, T1 UM~AY. MAY, 10, 1907 r.: Salmagundi. Mrs. Creel, wife of the new ambas sador from Mexico, is called the richest woman in the diplomatic corps aat WashiiigtU Several years a11o9) her husband gave he a title to many gold prospects in the state of Chihualhua, which have recently le' vClo1)ed. H1er incoo is cnormoar)us. O shame! We have sunk to the dregs, E'en down to the bottomless pegs, When the confident lass Thro' the streets may not paus, And admit she takes pride in her grace. -[.Judge. Mayor F'itgerald observed Arbor day planting an elm tree on Boston common on Saturday. The tree is an offspring of the Washington elm at Cambridge, which was presented to the city by Jackson Dawson, of the Arnold Arboretum. A great-great-grandson of George W ashington's brother, Samuel, Capt Mervyn C. Buckley, is now on...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 30 May 1907

GE RAU~ GEORGE BAR Copyrfght, 1901, by Hcrbcrt S. Ste castle and had been there since the previous afternoen. In the royal pal ace the excitement was intense, but it was of the subdued kind that strains the nerves to the point where control is martyrdom. When the attendants went to the bedchanber of the princess at 7 o'clock, as was their wont, they found, to their su;prise, no one standing guard. The princess was not in her cham ber, nor had she been there during the night. The bed was undisturbed. In some alarm the two women ran to her parlor, then to the boudoir. Here they found her asleep on the divan, attired In the gown she had worn since the evening before, now crumpled and creased, the proof positive of a rest less, miserable night. P Her first act after awakening and untangling the meshes in her throb bing, uncomprehending brain was to send for Quinnox. She could scarcely wait for his appearance and the assur ance that Lorry was safely out of dan ger. The footman who had be...

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. — 30 May 1907

VERY T1he' I-ent ' than ti are as dressir -' Shloes. trimly state tl you cre TAKE I At our new leader "Winnie D very stylish and long lived shoe a smart dressy shoe for men. IV this new triumph of the shoema that has beep brought out in ye A Special Display of V Slippers and Sandals t (white stock ings to match) and on display. 'Guaranteed to st have everything in Oxfords ex< them in as soon as you ins guesses with purchses. D. E Sumilions for 1elieif :o : platint Served. S'TATE OF SOUri' CAROLINA. t Pickens County. Court, of Common Ph:as. David M. \Ierek, lietrv Merck, Elvira Snt.te rhell. 'TexinmI Kelley and Mis socurl S nith. P'laintil s. against I awronee C. 1 h-e"k. Mlrs. E1"lla Burton, . Stew nar . K ay Stew'art and W . B. Toa lim liirton. Y1n mmnlm'iti and re.. 1uired u1phaint ill I bir, actionl. Aly is he"rewith Hervedl c :Se"rv,e at100 oy of y.ur atI 1oh11 liaint . p11n the :-:1d o flic lr n11Ie ol Iilter ( -'Sonl. S C. with :in t wvJ l st'r viee hcr. of. 'xel s. ..:1f s...

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. — 30 May 1907

The effect of ma You catch cold down because of th< Strengthen yo Enuision. It builds new blood a Ssystem.. " ALL DRUGCISTS; TS made of the on the very 1 To thoso wh< we uphesitating TAYLOR' ' " you will use it exclus : ought to sell it-if yo1 \ MERCHAN' Business Locals. Notives of Satle, Wiints, Swaps, etc, insertit itu th; Co:I0tlinitn at 5 vents per line for eath insertion. Nothine; taken for eu iin than etents. We do not Ct quality, therefore we C tiinot :nt. pries. Pickens Bottling Works. u5t1t,-r and ntl ' (' at i. 1). Moore's. Wanted. to Iuly 1,0I00 ien , 1,51)0 doz t a eggs and all ite ro. t"r. that. v.m ca 1t1\ . 1". F"reem-1anl . Co. ELlour and nwat atT',J. ). Mores W lne' iii l.islt put 1) vatr Stock at B. I', Marli f li anei iivt:rv sia 1ble. lie also handles all kinds of foedstufl. 38-f (all antl see me it you want a group (r any wvork int the photograph line. AhLy "29t3 E. M1. 1'AiRtMER, Opposite Folger, '1'hornley & Co. Wo have just receivedl a solid car f Z...

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. — 30 May 1907

6 IE-muto omU. show you the 1; -found in any tc Shoes Our Strong Point FOL Sole agents foi S ewin g \I ach.ines Shoes All winn Pickens -Journal happeningS 01 a jUtu and Personal Nature. (Court. convenes hiere M nday, Junes 3d1, with .1 udge G. W. GaU pi.*cresiding. Dioni't fail to reIad1 the uad. of Craig Bros. ini t.his isse. They talk sense. Born. oni the 2(mh ins~t , to Mr. and MVrs. Jiohn Lewis, of Pielsens, R. : No. 3. Mr1s. To'lcca Ear'le, (< f Central, is visiting tbc fasmily of Mr. J. W. Eirle, near Pickens. Mr'. and Mrs. W. HL. Ambler, of Greenville, spent Sunday in Pickenis with relattives. W. H. Griiflin, of' Gr'eenville, spent a part of this weekI with hsis miotlher, Mrs. Florence Griflini, mn Pickens. C. N. BowenI's house is neauring completion and will sooni bered for occupancy. It mae qjuite a hand(somne appearance. Mr's. Essie Hughes (Cason, of the Anderson side, visited her sister, Mr's. J. F. Harris, and other relatives ini Pickens. last week. I). G. Moore moved...

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. — 30 May 1907

LONDON IN A FOG. An Experience on a Bus on a Suffo catinj 3'ack Day. i 'rlt ' :'t 1i I . '('II 1a 1 C. I ';~im t: :- I I i hti p i e ' . E t:. - n'ii t h b (k It l i M . i :: . ind I ' * Ii. !. i bt Ij tr i ; - n l n w< I :I' ' i lh h( i ,1!l( 4 I' a v hm:11 of 'tre l - n ' 1 Ill ' ' U I. i l tl' t ltl ll+l , '1 'a 1) 1 ' 'c' l \ i 'll Ii thrir h:I111 :I1l 't :, id( :f inI r' ll I ( \\ i i Ill 1.(1t'sI 'ii I.,: I t. W h"ni 1 (bl 1(a k O; c ( 1emn .mwn tIe 1itI 1 ut ilh es. 'Ir'(m '(u 411 S : nt I iii I4111 ";'1 tl:(I' (!it i\'I' i: (.11 not thle 1lut. 1 edfl t le diver' you lUatrinot ma:1':' oitt:t the horses' lea d-. 1,The sirt h'( mp' !, 11 h 'linuner('l limIly, 50ound( sit'm Ie' a n11Iled, and I1wtel you speak y( our voite' is straige and tinm I'm -. Yur fa' e ' looks like a t:llillilty swCee s, your clest, b uns :1s Voll i lea lie, tiill !e4r Volt o1 ille b u you)I hra' somle people coughing. You wonder w\hr,: they look like. Down ot the strect soitew'here thel-re i" al thudl...

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. — 6 June 1907

TIT_ SENTENEL JOURNA . . r tere(i April 23, .1903 at PickenH, S. (., a secoud clast maItter, under act of Congress of MDarcb 3, 1879. Peeken a){4v ' Il) 41 " 1h ( LodgeII Full of M;1 iests-T-'lIhe G1 4lalSl! ' > nle tilr prt"t the s'er ier: of onr t .vn1 htvo beeti utp-gratle and Mastiniy, in part has ieet (" vy active, 1mt tnr they havi' the oplrtnnity the gr'aspoed it, '10nd last ni;;ht tho, tuted a li;oyal Arch Chapt(.r 23 memb--rll .1. T Illowin ).g J lrso"ns were -hv o frttttistod tili--r for ihr i tntg of t, tomopl, : :A hmnlr , l;. Iu 1R , T . j-, 7 I, E. 1 \V -bb, F. I. Cox, TI. J. dlitn, (i"-i-'rp (;h.Ipmon, \V A. .1. M . ( ,o tt, J. N. Iflh tn, 1%rre k.B. ai m,J T 11 The IweIr a vl od sound fir nbly in ti,O TenliiIle, onel wI~tHIm RaUised inl Good1.Tim (r used. 4ttt(d wit hi '03 Members ea it" t1 rr ~ . . "' Erst eries-Th le Hiaaha vull o1 i ests F i ll of1 En th.u alldl Good Chever. .t tr- Hi twalth1, where plates for 50 gucsts rtt th],uu1 b,'eni Itid! and a splenudid ...

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. — 6 June 1907

Tj(ORAUI GEORGE' BARI Copuright, 1901, by Herbert 8. Ston 3'4 t++1R+"tt .~+ d'+4+i++A to them. Bolaroz allowed his gaze to leap instantly to that pallid face, and every eye in the room followed. Yetive was standing again, her face glowing. "An acconplice has confessed all. I have the word of the man who saw the crime committed. I charge Prince Gabriel with the murder of his high ness Prince Lorenz." With a groan Gabriel threw his bands to his heart and tottered for .ward, glaring at the merciless face of the accuser. "Confessed! Betrayed!" he faltered. Then he whirled like a maniac upon his little coterie of followers. "Vile traitor!" he shrieked. "I will drink your heart's blood!" With a howl he leaped toward one of the umen, a dark faced nobleman natned Berrowag. The latter evaded him and rushed toward the door, cry ing: "It is a lie, a lie! He has tricked you! I did not confess!" The prince was seized by his friends, struggling and cursing. A peculiar ismile lit up the face of Ha...

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. — 6 June 1907

The Gamccock of the Marlborbugh. h'ltt" :;;tuntieii of the :larliiiorttgh ()It ith i:st o f .liun , 17 -, lol heen lir1 m'Ittetl to l.ttrdt I.ertnox, who phtel;t, bini in a wn: llk, w"lere h sIr l d "w iI a :iir"t r ethiriat a otal i i t-ke le cit erv il ihei honor, or in a !. i-y .the avi'd (lie shi. She w as bin: rtkaetl fore a i 't. Ie c:tnin wa s t untul le, and many olliers, i, -indIn, hll. ."th : v.tymunr, who I~st his :trm (al'ter wa1"d1 he et l ten ri a ;oug:tint. I.'roin his sont, t':tt~n sir .I(,hm "eymnourt, i have oft Itsa:rd how the mnen were go ing dlown Ill all sides anu leaving their suns, When the co"k taounted the Stnip of' the tist and crowed, an nio"' iked ip it an instant by the first lieuten:t,t who CIrled: "Back to ytir gtnts, mie n! Itack to yout gilluns! While we live we'll crow!" And back the men went and fought like game t"o"ks nntil relief camie.-iIritish Naval (_hrontiele. The Terrible Tarpon. Somte yertis ago a boat was t'otma hcl ttinig i:t t,alve ltlt...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 6 June 1907

Pickens Sentilel-JOulla] PUBMIIHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING -BY The Sentinol-Journal Company. TroM1'soN & RICHEY. PROPs. J. L. 0. 'i'0.VPS0N. EITOR. Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rites Reasonable. Xn/ered at Pickens Fustofcee as Second Clasi Mail Matter PICKENS, S. C. : THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1907. William S. Craig DROPPED DEAD SATURDAY. Full of Life He Attended the Re-union. Laet 3aturday night the town of Pickens was thrown into a tremor of excitement when the news was car ried from one to another of our awed citizens that William Spencer Craig had just dropped dead on the street of the town. Mr. Craig, who was a gallant Johnny Reb, came ',o Pickens, Sat urday, to .attend the Re-union exer cises, and was apparently in the best of health. Many of his ftiends re marked that day how well he lodked. He had not been here befot e in six years and met many friends and was with them all day, jolly, happy and full of fun. Late down in the after .noon he was walking in the western ...

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