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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 16 January 1908

1HE SE INEL JOURNA intered April 28, 1908 at Piokens, S. 0., as soond class matter, under aot of Congress of Maroh 8, 1879. DL.. XZZ~It V1U.8,IC IoUa CARQLINA, iRIDAY, JANUIRT 10198 , Masters C The Other f They All Flgure Out fA Stick -to Your Fri The Interest is at Fei body is Workini dai4d A*ay to Rushed this Wee] Day Late in Pub Omfee Begging ut old, back account One dollar buvs 2< buys 2,000 VOtes. Tw ell Mierd in first place.. Fift in second place, and 25 place. Twenty-six subsc piace, and 1,5 subs wouli would put Allgood in firs second place. About the Henderson, Freenan or respectively. Just a littk -the trick for your carrier. Last report will be 1 gle coupon, good for 5 vc Hunt for it. FOR OARTERS' PRIZ Ross O'Delj, Liberty, .R F Herd, Pickens, t~'e:Henderson. Pickens -Joke Allgood, Liberty Middleton Hester, Pickens -0 0 Masters, Central, Wm Mullinix, Central JD- lihibert,' EuereY B F Ireeman, Pickens, - MeWborter, Liberty, "Frk Hendrieka, Pickeos, ixog. fJilhonn, ---Ste...

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 January 1908

P ku s'n avSeinoasou rlld -UBIJSRD MU~TY WUUItSDAX MORNINO - .--ny The SentInel-Journal Company. ToMPsoN & RIcnuy. Pnops. J. L. 0. THOMPSON, EmTox. Subseription 81.00 Per Annum. Advertising Bites Reasonable Entered at Pickens Ftstofmee as second ola Mail Matter PICKENS, S. C. z THURSDAY, JANUARY 10 1908. Salmagundi. Four minutes and 291 secondR I man's record for staying under water Says the Washington Star: "Wj men who write shocking books muu not expect to be received in polit society." No, it is quite enougl that they receive large revenues frt at those books sold in that society -[The State. European military engineers are working on a form of automobile tc draw artillery. Thomas A. Edison recently said this at a public dinnej: "An Atri can loves his family. If he hasE any love left over foi- some other'per son be generally slects Mark Twain. Bakers of Pmp'ii made theil bread circular and Ilat, a.s ppear from loaves found j.tbe ruin@, For eight years past Represen.a tive Lam...

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 January 1908

-r"' Di. ljV to SEN 4IN EL - 0 RN Eutered April 28, 1908 at Pickens, B. 0.. an seoou l aa mAtter. nudor AOL of 0o0agrea of March 8, 1879. VOL. WX FVIL PAcELd, SOUTH CAROLA, THURIDAY, JANUI&Y 18 lice Two of the Co Baby THESE ARE BRIGHT FA We will publish two more next we cano publish the pio'ures. N. D. Tayior will be in hia atndio I day thereafter uttail February lot, 19-18. This ooutext oltses February Iat 1908 The Departing Year. He came, he brought, us meadow bloore ad grasses, And bird-sougs carollug Li heav ens thirougb; Now dot i green blado flatterd a L psasses, .Nor staymaone ;brush to hymn sweet adIgu. Dry, rAttlng stalks and clurrps c froz- ruskia . Are all that Irtuble to his partin treal; From. cottage windows, where ti home-light ilitbes No face looks, out, no last farewell eaid. - ' Bare are the walla where blushed hi oar.en roawa, And bare thet tre-.t.'iughe. away!i o'er the lawrp .The grap..inaag ,Nttice not a lea ..disclosea, .And no late watcher aigh* that It i...

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. — 16 January 1908

VJMMnn vRnWT TO DA *ORIN( -BY. The Sontlnol-Jourael Compay,. TFompsoN & BloQEr. PnoPs. J. I,. 0. THOMPSON. EmTon. Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rates Reasonable httered at Pickens Fostoffce as Second 0lasi Mail Matter PICKENS8, . .1 1JVIU4SJP4Y, JANUARY 16 1908. Contest for Red-Heads Only. When the golrlq. ray# 9t the glo. MTdus Fidnhdei haishA !i1 i e auburn Zinglets of the joyous JaCkSOnvRi girls, the picture is so perfect that even Father Time stops still in his flight and orders an ounce of radium that his youth may be restored. In the radiating glory of one of these auburn-hairet angels the red-headed, dimpled damplings of Rouston, Tex., look like a whitewashed fence after a torrential rain.-[Jacksonville 'Times. What Is an Injunction? An iojunction is a law which is found on no statute book. A law which has never been voted on by any act of legiblation. A law which has never been signed by any governor or president. A law which exists without consent of .the pe...

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 January 1908

Lappenings of a Local and Persona Nature. Clifton Bolt is clerking for Folger Thornley & Co. Frank Farmer has acopti a posi. n with Folger, Thornley & Co. Read every page of this issue; you will find something to interest you. Help us to make a good, newsy pa. per by sonding cr handing us items of interest. LTst week was a disagreeable one fd not many people were In towv, news Is a scarce article. ,-We give a good deal of space this week to our correspondence, and you will find plenty to interest you. H. M. Heater has been quite sick anl Frank Farmer has been carrying the mail in his stead for several days. The political pot is beginning to Aubble and simmer, and possibilities and prospective candidates are being talked of. Married, on the 12th inst., by Rev. B, Holder. Miss Ella Bagwell and Orran- Day, at the residence of 0. L Bigwell, father of the bride. t J, C. Alexander has been seriously ill with' gastric fever for the last three weeks at the home of Rev. B. F. Murphre...

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 January 1908

C.HAT Revers ible Now is the time to prepare your should have a Chattanooga Reversibl Plows "A It is the only successful Reversib operate on the hillsides or level land, done. We have just received a car load right. Heath=Br Leade We will accept Clearing House c bought of us same as cash. Bigger Cotton Yields Per Acre The value of commercial ferti'zers has Z been demonstrated over and over again by Z both government and private comparative tests. We stand ready to demonstrate to .yo at any time that the surest way to "in crease your yields per acre" is to use VMinia-Carolina Fertilizer&s. Hon. R. J. Redding, former Directorof the Geor gia E xp. Station, is authority for the statement that experiments made at this station show that welt balanced commercial fertl1tzer applied to one acre ( of land, and well cultivated, may be reasonably ex-. pected to produce an increase of yld of seed Scotton. At the present price of cotton this would mean a~ag exr poi (for~b bohLtand seed). (4 Y...

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 January 1908

After a man has worked in shopi for ton or fifteen years'there is a great desire for a change. Some wiant to go out on a farm, others think -that the invention of something that van ibo patented will solve th problem, while others want to own d run a shop themselves. The latter is really the true mechanic, but not necessarily the man who will get out the most or even the best work while working for a boss, says Ctfarles Henry in the Work ers' Magazine. On the contrary. he will often be considered the lazy man by the foreman when the work is of an ever recurring character. Let. how ever, some difficulty arise in conmec tion with a job or have some hard proposition to meet and he will always have a suggestion to offer that will help to solve the problem, while the ordinary man and the hustler will stand around helpless and often dis interested. He will have the elemen tary laws of mechanics and physics ut his finger tips, will know enough of electricity to allow him to discourse upon ...

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. — 16 January 1908

-From Our Correspondents, 4(Oontinued from first page.) waaro-u the 3d inst. the warehouse A -w",GQght tire and burned and damaged 0 - Aiat 800 bales of cotton. d TIWheNorris Co. have recently built t home4 -room and four 4-room houses. I ViNppe of bad luck the will cobtin- e _.esaztoran and the place to improve h rmander the efficient management of eipresident, T. M. Norris, 10Awteehee is simply an ideal place. NXWhoever samples our breadi and cakes q Ad drinks one cup of water, be just s -stay..away-he is bound to come t 4\gaan. fl Mm0nthenight of the warehouse fire 0 .P," Leopard, in starting the 1re a &utMp, slipped, and to save himself ..brew.bis right hand in the gearing .'oathe pump anle out his thumb and -avery - finger dif. Dr. Woodruff .Adressed his wounds, and he is doing asiies coild be expected. AMarIel,at- 4atoeobeq, a few days ly -Vego ay J. MOsQo Prog, N. V., Miss . AnioStepheis. daughter of Samnuel th '.ig8a4e, sea B.L ..Riggins, aeond meanmeAAudy -4tiggih The l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 23 January 1908

T-IE S NTE-J. RNAL - VFtered. April 23, 1903 at Pickens S 0 as asoond olass caatter, under act of Congress of Marob 8, 1879. VOL. XXXVII. PICXKi, SOUR CAROLINA, TKURDAYI JANU&RY 23 1908 .N.4 Two of the Con Biby -"4, 1 4A 1THESE ARE BRIGHT FAC We will publish two more next wet k. -iln publisRh the pic'ur.-a. N. D. Tayor will hA in his attali e in y thereafter until February it, 198. This conteNt ol se; February 18t 1908. Premium List Pickens Poultry Show. The fullowing i6 a list of the priza. winn -ra in the pultry show reenutly field in Pickeus, givi ng the breed of ftil,' the iname f owner and the priz. wR -we 4141 ihgu'ui which d. iote he prizo. For imtance, "I coak,'' Ileanul bat the O tk of th at petict.- ir brOdd of fPWt wo i ti:st przj' White Wyandottea - U, F Robe-rton, Clenqon O.,1..ge -1 cock, 1 len 2 hen, 1 e .eerel, -1 & 3 pulleit, 1 pain. Mr'. .1. N l,' Aum, Piaokina-2 ecic, 2 henl. E Tripp. Piekna i-$-.cock. -0. -M. Mawev. Pikpns --2 cooke-rel. E- 31, Suith. E-i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 23 January 1908

plj1M4?.DIID R"11K TIUMiAY biOBJIO Tho Sontine14ouraol company. TFVOMPSONF. r, &1116. Pnois. J. L. ). TLiMISOAN. EI'oR. -n&.jirqijnonl $1.00 Por Annum. Adttver-tisingy Rt-tem Re~a-10onable. Kutered at ric!:eus FIstoiffe as ;ecoud Class Mil Mrtter PJCKENS, S. C.: THlURSDAY9 JANU altY 23 1908. Contest Notes. ',here will be wo vot.q. printed netx' week. This is the last one. Afie the votes are all in and counted we will nublifsh the final vote of etch conteetaut for the varions prizeP, showing the total vote each tie got. From now on workers will have te grope in the dark, take what the. have got and add to it whatever the'% can get and win out if they can. We, ourselves, even will not know bowa the contestants stand, for as the votet. come in they will be immediatel1 dropped into at locked box and wo shall not try to keep track of them. I We aim to give everybody a fair sbow and a square deal in this thing. Wo did in our other one and we will it. this one. Coupons come in ad c...

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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 23 January 1908

4 E 0 R TH SPN iNEL.=A"JOURNAL Entered April 28, 1903 at Pickens, . 0., as second class matter. under act of Oongress of blarch 8, 1879. VOL. XXXVI_, _ _CIES, OUTH CAROLINA, TESIDAY, JANU&RY 23 1908 LOOK AT It Will Be a R. F". HERD0 , PICKPE,* Miss Lena Ballentine Cil BIG HOLDIN Ten Diys NI)re ar STA-ND BY Ten More Days M FOR CARtIERS' PRIIZE. R V HeiAd,1 Piokai, 24 . Frnk Hondriektl, Pickers, 2. C 0 Maaters, Ce-tral, 18 Ross O'Dell, Liberty, . . 1 R L Hendersou. Pickens 9 - 1 F Freeman, Pioeken, 9 Middleton Heater, Piokenta 7,, Joke Allgood, Liberty 0 D 0 humbert, E-say 2 Wm MBulliniz, ceutral 1 ohbn Carpenter, EarilAv I Mark fnnt, Dou u ville 1 Hail Bogg, Unibneia, 1 - Steele, Central, O Arpold, Ceutral -- oWhorter. Liberty, - Kit'g, E -niuy SCHOL.NRSHIP PRIZI. Min Vioia Gsb4r..p, 24 .ifs Lsna Batleutine, Central 2C MIas Lnoiat Earlp, Piaie4, 15 preamer's Arthur, Liberty, 18 Miss Elsie Herd, Piek-ms i Tillman Garrett, Huarricaue, 4 Miss Zora Smith, Central, 8 Miaan Ida Elrod, ...

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 January 1908

d enIs' sdlltinol-ou'rll 7ASHERD EVElrY ' iUlSDA MoRNIN -BY The Sontinol-Jcarnal Company. TI'oMJrso n & lRromier. Pftors. J, 1., 0. TiMhlbO . I Tont Subtcription $1.00 Per Anun. Advertising Ruten Reasonabl< altered at I'tckens I tl'tetce ts Secontd Chu Mail ratter PICKENS, S. C.: THURSDAY, -1ANUVRY 23 1908. SalmagUndi. Thoso 11r-o n form timecs int-et Speidtbrifts are studying curiene problems and topers are talking terr perance. There in one extra day in this year and it is a pesidelntial campaigi year, tuo. That's hard luck, NOw York paid last your $21.000, 000 in interest and will pay thjis ye1 $24,000,000, about the sam1e as thz federal government. The Abbevill<. Chronicle is correc when it says: "It costs mole for i dull'merchant to brush the dust 41 his gouds than -it would to adartis and sell them." Among the richer classep 343 i 1.000 live to sixty years; in the mid die classe-175; of the laboring clu 156. This figures that only one pei son in a thousand rea3hes th...

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 January 1908

Long-" LIvEd It would be interestiug to know if any part of the world beatit leeland in file average length of litre or Its inhabit its. It Is showin by statitlest tI:It on an average tihe peplle of Gil:tt isl:nd live to the aige of 61.8 years. whileh is very nen'rlydouble the men diratIon of -huian life as It was Coillitedl :1 igenerationt argo. Swedlts ni :-1;-wa cre regardod its very' 1ia411ilf1t coIun tries, but leclaud takes tile al iII lo. ig:'vlt. the itien :t-t iralloni if life !1n Sweden heIing .~.0.0:2 years :11i d iI Nor ,way 4 ye: ..! Some o' ieehiaudtr':irt hrnkes are nerve r:iklig: hi: 1. o:n the whol', tile lives ei io::t ol Its rliniie and i:tiu4 trioIt 1 hlt1a : rlly along w*it Ai l'w incldelts that stiliul:i e or (!v I resm t l e. St:::tmer and wnNteor 1, 01 hon1t l'rom- Leith !tarbor. o ty:avi I:--. but vet':-y touche :, leelatud vo exeltemlIent. I I f'ct th 1artie S.iau u nlioys man111y of (he ad vallitages. of :111'0:;:1% .n~ a uils most of Its (Ir:imezInks.-Clr...

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 January 1908

AN ImStf SUPERSTITION. rwdmnen Don't Like to Meet Women When Starting For Work, Stperstitions as to Its being most umiueky to meet a woman when set *Jag out to fish or upon any journey by ioe-a are not uncommon. From a head Laud an the Donegal coast the writer yvoae one day anxiously watching a monlt smack beating across the bay aigarnut a heavy sea and stiff breese -wal had suddenly sprung up. After za long and hard fight for it the little o-ralt made the pier in safety, and up .ou .5(ndolences being offered the skip yiper er his recent hardships he said: -'Sure, what better luck could I have? 3Dk'1t I met a redheaded woman in :SUge tis morning the moment I left vny 1Udglug to walk down to the boat!" a thls case the color of the woman's mair -a'I the fact of her bing the first e,wrson maet with after the man left 5:6 'hiense seemed to 15c the determin tiug fituirs In the day's luck. But*ln vcther Ifaces the objection to sueh,an ernwounter embraces hair of all shades ;.ind any hour ...

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 January 1908

Rap a > '' :. iocal and Personal Nature. 13. F. ParsoUs 14pent Sunday in L'berty. . Vst and buy from Ho'der & Tap lor, "1.'be Real Estate Poph." . iC wheez. P1.1 mE z, cough and apit; everybody you see has got he grip. Claud lj Thomason has been col fiuedI to hiW roJi for !e01erl d y8 with the grip. See Holder & Taylor and get de scription of the clighws, Gceetr, John. Bull naid P1aurisoali fart'ms. Little R' eiii lnmnRan i1 ranoi t d qui:e sick. It-te lt 'ti e-ro e f tn(i hope she will sio I' be u.) again. Ernest Folger is confined to his bed with grip. [Lis mauiv frienda rhope.to see him up again soon.' Note Holder & Taylor's change in ad. next week. They will offdr bar gains in real estate that cannot be beat. Married, Jan. 19, at the residetice of the officiating notary pubblic, A, A. Jones, Lonnie Medlin and MI a Erda Simmons. R T. Halluin, who has been quite sick, in able to be up again, but his entire family is quite sick, and one of his children was reported d...

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 January 1908

Business Locals. Wet4(esof Sale, Wants. Swaps, etc. rFited in this Column at I cents per liteetor each Insertion. Nothing taken for begs than to cents. FMo SaL-17 acres, original forest, i. mies north of Pickens, $30 an acre; 75 acres west of Woodall Ilountain. IC mres brauch hottom. baiance in timiber, yaie10 ncro, cash deal. E. F. KITr. It. E.. D,, No. 4, Pickens, S. C. 0-ar'leA of Obelisk Flour just received I L.. Richey's. Pay your. guano bills at once. I can mot cary theso ncounts any longer. Come toWee nu prepared to makt. settle. nunt H. A. RICHEY. G)Lee (komand dollars' worth of watol *:'s to go at cost ft r the next ten d2*ys. T. N4nkkxi, Easley, S. C. From Cli date un'il .Tintnry 10th my etltire fock of Dry Goods, Millinery, tib30' Rs, etc., is for 11nle at and be. Low to1. T. C. Robinson, .deet3 Norris, S. C. ~Drop Dr. Horton a postal nod he will o..all .aud do your children's dental work -vilike they are at home for Christmas. Fro the 1st (lay of January, 1908, 1 vwill 4...

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 January 1908

HE> SE E =U Entered April 28, 1903 at Pickens, S. 0., me "oond class matter, under aot of Congress of March 8, 1879. Vol. ___il_ _ _ICi,9 8QUTH WAUOINA, TZURtDAY, JANUi? 1908N. CFROM. OUR COR Prater's Section I. C. VFew and wife are very, ill with fever, but are slowly recovering. Lawrence Hester is very ill at present with typhoid fever. Dr. .RJbison is attending him, 'The school at Prater's Creek! Is progressing very nicely under the supervision of Prof. Looper' and wife, They have about 75 pupils,I There was preaching at Pru ter's Creek church last third Sunday, the usual preaching day. Rev. W. C. Seaborn, the regular pastor, delivered a very interesting sermon to a large .and attentive audience. Prof. J, W. Looper visited his lhene near Dacusville, Satur ,day and Sunday. Sealorn Pilgrim attempted to -isit the home of W. L. Mor .gan flast Tuesday, but failed to -do so. He was thrown from his mule, but his friends are glad t' know that he was not much hurt. The little child of ...

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 January 1908

Pickens Sentinel-Jourinal EUBY418HD EVIRY THURSDAY MORNINo, htomos & l1mpl, Paorn J. I i. * ') N ku. SbscrbQ'iption I LOO) C r Anuumu. Entered at PcA:ns l'ovtom.fl;ce as Second Claw PfCg t N, S. C. THURSDAY, JTANX'RY 39 1908. Back There-in 1808. The samo old world, dear brethrer, as of old; Same fiehlds, Same flowere, Same starlight at the gate Where Love's delicious story was re told Back there-in 1808. The same sweet joys-tbo grief for joy denied, The Swe wild wondering of To morrow's fates SOUlS wele uplifted, heart were cr Cified Back there-in 1808. The same glad gatheings at the flower deoked feast, The same loud orators who "rise to state-" The same old healths to Beauty and the Beast. Unk he-n1808, The iune old Ceying of the Obrist. Mas poor, Passing with Plenty or an empty plate; %be n.Sold iquey-bRngere at the Back therA --in 180U. Aod's ba'iSenl be with youl'-Nor condemu A world nbhere Luve mill triumphE over hate; Tbank God t'\ World was green . enough for them, Bick ...

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 January 1908

THE SE NTINEL JOURNAL QutoLrd April 28, 1903 at Pickens, S. o.. s sewif cfam wntter. undor Rot of Uongre',% of Mqroh 3. 1879. .VOL,, 1XXVII, PICKSINS, 301O UT I Af, TURDAY. JANU&RY 30 logo 9 * Ain't .T Two of the C( J3 :44 : THESE ARE BRIGHT F1 We will phtb)$wh two more noxt W4 eau publish the piteres BEVERLY OF GRAUSTARK by GEORGE BARR WCUTCHEON. Author of "Graustark" Copyright, 1904., b Dodd. Mead and Compani jerkt bitous. The firat thing thait General Marhu did was to instruct Quinnox to set vigilant watch over Daldos. Hie wi mot to be arrested. but it was unde :stood that .tie surveillance. should . but little short of incarceration. r was found at the barracks shortly aft, the report. conernin-,the signai Sor and told in plain words that.Gener Marlan'z had or'dotc a guard plac4 over hilm for the time being, pendir the result of an investigation. 15ak bad confidently expected to be throu into a dungeon for his affront. He d not know that Grenfall. Lorry stoq firm in his cenv...

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 January 1908

dens Sentllel-Journal PUBJSHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING. The Sor tino1-Jo.rna1 Company. To'teoMr 1 & BrI( F.1Y. PROPS. J. I.. D.\lPSON, I: TOR. Subscription $1.00 Per Anuum. Adverti sing Rates 1Reas1onable. Eutered at P'Icienls l'stoilce aM Secoud lnia Mal Mitter * P'IK ENN, S. C.: THURSDAY, JANU.R1Y 30 1908. HONOR There. seems to be several kinds of honor if one can judge by the differelt ways the press "sizes up" Harry Thaw. For instance, young Mr. Thaw of Pittsbug and New York re cently killed a fellow-being, and he did it in the name of honor. The victim dishonored his wife, therefore he must die. A correspondent in a New York newspaper, discussing the charaacter of the victim of the F tragedy, said he was "the soul of honor." No doubt he was in 2 some respects. In a business way his word was as good as his bond. He would as soon think of robbing his mother's t grave as he would of defrauding t anybody out of a penny. Fin- c ancially his honor was untarn ished. But he would st...

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