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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 15 December 1906

Eutered April 23, 1903 at Picken, S. C., n secuoid class matter, under nt of 0oigres of March 3, 1879. VOL. XXXVI PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1906. Far'liers' Union Bureall of lInformnationi. -Conducted by the South Carolina Farners' Educational and Co-Opcrative Union. Conmmunications intended for this d epat nient should be addressed to J. C. Stribl;ng, Pendleton, South Carolina. Direct Inquirer to these Oflioors of State and National Farmers' Union Will be Answered With Pleasure. Giving al Information in their Depart inents. National Fartners' Union. President National Farmers' Union Atwater, Georgia. Vice President J. E. Montgom, ery, Gleeson, Tenn. Secretary-Treasurer R- H. Mc Cullough, Beebe, Ark. South Carolina State Farmers' Union 0. P. Goodwin, President, Lau rens, S. C. B. F. Earle, Secretary-Troasurer, Anderson, S. C. M. A. MahafTy, State Organizer, Willianston S. C. Farmners' Union Bureau. J. C. Stribling, Chairman, Pen dleton, S. C. T. T. Vakefiald, R...

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. — 15 December 1906

The Sentinel-Journal Company. ToMPSON & EIIoHEY, Pnor' - - ..-.. J L.. . 'iHOMPCSON, Evro1. Subscriptiou $1.00 Per Annum. Adverti:-ing Rites Rearonable. Entered at ka' 'V:: I a, S -cuu t Class SA'JT lo".; ", ' ,ctv, 1, m If Ihe ei(a l d, id -(:l\ . ) h : b 1i s h1o would d r iv a is :4me ',f his best ecstoers. A car oil th track is absolutely help lesS. MAnt.iy {,eoll ar lilko a Car Off thO track. e A charitable man givos, according to his means, and a miser according to his meanness. If some people did more hard work perhaps they would have loss hard luck, Adam should have been a very hap py man. He never had to pay a dress maker's bill or build the fires. In Oalahoma the richest citizens are the Indiana who have been takan un der the guardianship of Uncle Sam. The.Gardon of Eden from the top of the apple tree wasn't a marker to the garden of millierny as seen from the pulpit. There are many a get-riob-quick schemes, but it is not wise to invest in them unless you have too much...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 15 December 1906

We want every one in this 1 nd rnagnificent line of Christi d for them. It will be only a .e b Is Presents ,.hy you now\' of ;r .'ay thing to gooa IiunI,. ' now in a;dvar v'erything can be had. J)Oidr, J eelry3 ,Caaihes Toii Sets, Fancy Ce fumes, and many, I things too nume It will be only a few days be ill be displayed-will be all o will be so large and so attrac " iyers right up to Christmas trly you get first choice. If y >)U get what is left. Sekels Seniel-Journal ppenings of a Local and Personal Nature. -Mrs. Jno. Ferguson and Mrs. A B. 'dlaw were here last Tuesday. -Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Wyatt of ley, are in Charleston this week. -Mr. an4 Mrs. J. MeD. Bruce, and dren, are visiting relatives in rieston,. The bazr'ar lit night, in the Earle ding, was well patronizd and was mplete succes' Mr. and Mid. William Bolt of .arson, visited their son, Dr. J. L and family this week. 'he work-on the cotton mill and >peratives houses is being pushed :ily this fine weather. Dont fail to r...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 15 December 1906

Business Locals. in,s " rtcol inlIl i i t i u .. cent t, r er a subscritin t o lh ,r.1 oL h, oli 0 fo, fo r cuh d i>t-; i hIi it's, ihttui c it i 1) F?roi n ct\, ,iittii X.itt t "ill 'z-iv' Y01 I foi 60 h. .v !.. . 1 0 I. . WA N T I:>. --T'I'o 'n"-'k I r.a l., wi lth .ae 1.me one t'r '2 cr.rtk 4f ).k ind 15 cori of Ptue wool. It. E. Goodwiu, at Sentinel- loirnel, Manager. Ieval our In ei lttinn offer. Ropp's Caktulator to all who pay up and pay onie year in I?dvanco. This paper and Home and F.Irmt one year for $1.25. This paper and the American Agricul turist on year for $1.50. Advertise your wauts in this column. Job work, the kind you want, at rea sonable prices, it Soutinel- Journal office. See us before placing your next order. Trespass Notices, printed on cloth, for sale at this office at 50'ecuts a dozen. if you want to sell your land in town or country or buy farm or tim ber land or town property see or write mhe and I will save you money. 1'. . AL:X.ANl)Et, Real E1stat...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 15 December 1906

t f:t11("-tt y,.rtl1. ."^Jw1'mn n.". Ttr tluNle. 't11t"""t JUST ;oo( LISTEN A MOMENT LI Caf opp T c u 1 1 t 'tf- 11 ., ' QSMttGdraKls lr K. A his has been an exceed1 ingly ui.lc i many lines of merchandise that W< Regard Ies: Te will make a tremendous cut in N es and Jackets, Dress Goods, Flann ortunity for you to lay in your winti Dress Goods. One lot $i.oo and $1.25 Broadcloths to go at 79c. One lot 75c and 85c Broadcloths to go at 5oc. One lot 50c and 6oc water proofing 35c. One lot 6oc and 75C water proofing 50c. One lot 50c Dress goods to close 35c. One lot 25c Dress goods to close 19c. Outings. We are going to close out every yard of outing in the ho'use and we have placed it all on one table. All 7 i-2c, I oc and 12 I -2c values and it is yours for only 5c. Flanneettes. The weather has been rather warm for this class of gdods, but there are cold winter days coming and you had better pre pare for it. All r oc and 12y4 c flannellettes go at only 6 1-2. Calicoes. Big lot cali...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 15 December 1906

.. 2 ' ,, ! ' r'r d > 1 rou ds re:wbum it nt'.;. .ra p in 'd" +1r ed anothe b g gate tho,g wh c hgh wa Te t s vra f eet w h an/al ig"a co p a a iv l saV T h y s on u d r grQl Ilis, ii :I'.'iir it~ :t'. Iii' 1 i 14 a+i ii'~ wasn to walk,lt al'ngtisr wa s suitltey ed tnot he' large gate, th isouh wic they d(ct 1 a ss. 1 ustead they nst_ejnd cd olie c s ti o bame ( uta ken the high anl. '11 to of this wall was paraf feet ruie, and ramkiig was couiptiratively safe. They soon Under tood the guiae's design. ''tie object ws to walk along this wil one tul they reached the custin gate. Why this pe aular couIIse w m to be taken they could1 not inntgine at first. Anguish's fertile brli came t the rescue, ne saw a nubnher of Wolnly in distant pfrt of the groun(s, ad, remembering their gtide's famte in conducting theu tq the wall rihly bolesjetu'e( that it 'vas against custoiil for \'isito rs to mieet and gaze iht selr. eras of the royal fron the fawaway wall, were uithemt.. (lly at patrt of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 2 February 1907

x r -! l i I ! y ' > xl .r /t tG A 1 r i%1 .c i'' . } { e lt 'x r-. } ' t \ p j t i . 1 !j r r' .. 1l . ' ,Y \ "I I t !i **v \r yi ' \ a t r \ 4 irr t . t' 1 t. s + l ~~~~~! I, :r E I4 ". . "1f fY } rt . }" . }f ,'y ,1* q '{ r}"t y, . , }r f4 *". I JJ+. .?. p ( / .;' r r7 y I , rr t' t if F :.y . "r ) .i ''. j; . 1 Y " ,f d 5 } a. r+;Yi,Ir ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~ ~ j } : 'Ii:a. ' !l. ..iti: r. 5i': 'i "y .?~tge i~I .,, t9O .,{ {{ 1. ts t oo,r 1m r tIUIIB w<i ofj 1r3?6 of "tlo p 4 )}' . {. ,r V O X X X V I ?pn .y, f , " yli '1 t ; rtk }l, P 1 C K E N S yO,T Ci RO L N,, S A T U D A Y ./~R A R r2 } i 4 : , 1 0. .'f Six Mile. Farmers are moving. right on with their wort}-nd several are noving to where th4y will make-their homos for another year. Wheat is looking very sorry in our section, but I think the warm weather we had a w:ek or two ago will bring it out. One of my nighbors talks of killing his fine hog one of these cold mornings. and I will have to help him or I' may not get my na...

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

says Me-ru-nat Is a Good Medicine. ion. C. C. *Brooks, Mayor of Stinbury, io, also Attornev for Farners' Bank d Sunbury lHuilling and Loan Co., ''1 tave the utmtost colidece'in, the ctue of Perui. It is a great tmedibinoa have used it amd I have known ntany my friends who have obtained bene inlresults from its use. I cartnot ut Ise Perun ) it tyl y. HON. C. O. BROOKS. r Er11 iM: are in host. of {,etty uilnlts . tvwhic',1 are the direct resutlt oif the. tWeat.her. This is more t1u of th l w t i,re:,iVt' 41e:t of sutnimer and tho intensce vold (t' vi. ter, but is partly tie of .dl stas.m.s Of -the e'I:u-. W1iet!her it he ia (.1,1 or. a t tugh, ca t:tr1.h of the he'd or ow1tel acmpna{tin; . whether the liver hae .Ieotral or the kidneys, the ca1ai!t is very liab1lc' loi ,- tth . nevmuo. . 'he veat.ht'- sligh cloranngs the In Cotis intmbra;nt; 1 t i e til, - :ui lIhe_ e stilt is solte f:iitiontit c nl,: . P('it.a ulis >ernnu' it sit <cll, y iu. 'thot rtct nc oj' h.>)t - JIM' uti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 2 February 1907

SPRMoN Subject-Th Brooklyn, N. Y.-Preaching at the Irving Square Presbyterian Church on the theme "The 'Tien 1Words;" th!e Rev. Ira Weniuell Ie-n derson, pastor, took as his text E:XQ dus 20:1-17. He said: What;ever may he our personal and private convictions as to the manner of God's revelation of Himself to Moses; however much we may differ as to the exact form in which the law-giver of Israel received the mes sage of Divinity; howiver much tNe may be at variance as to the e:act ness of the ,Bible story in, its por traiture of the scone' when Moses met Jehovah on Sinai; no. matter what may be our belief concerhiing the dlat.. und the authorship of the book of the Exodus, the simple fact is that the ten commandments are the expression of fu, damenhtal truths that iod has revealed to man. Be hind all human law and jurispru dence; lies the code of Moses. These 1en stern, terse negative commands that Moses got from God are at the basis of all legal theory and practice. The decalog is ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 2 February 1907

FUOMPSON & IoICUEY, PBors. J. L O. lHOMPSON, EDITOL. Subsoription 81,00 Per Annum. Advertising Rutes Reasonable. Watored at Pioken. retoffoe as oooad Class -ti .CU$ater PICEENS, S. C. SATURDAY, FEBOUARY q, 1907. Under the "Pure Food" law will it be unlawful to put pTe in pepper! Boston blue laws are driving the servant girls out of the city. The blue housewives will drive the blue law+ out of Boston. Why is the Piekens railroad known as the " )oodle?,"- [News and Courier. It is up to the town knockers to answer that question, An exchange remarks that Rev. Ricker was a pleasant caller at that -office. There are many kicks coming to this office, but they a.ao neither of the pleasant nor the Godly kind. They have d. ecovered in Chicago that the hog dt ivers at the, stock yards use the same cry to urge on unwilling porkers that was employed by the swine herders of ancient (roece. But we can nuver be happy till-Chicago discovers where the. art of embalming beef came from. Rev. Henry ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 2 February 1907

K G}OO DWlN at H.' A. r for 3'?PAIR WORK kindl From a Sowing Machine L b of a Local. and Personal r o. went to Atlanta, Pe itore ht+iog occupied by ard & di', receiving a coat p-a-. - On.xL he neral belief that coli a, marketed, "eleven t '"d the ntr eets with. cotton e (- , l,"en died ~ at her e, , rom Central, on a) A after an illness of ary ( w <h aged 85 years. tPhe . . i: it hovering in the nit , ':sit, and Saturday, hi r.".t'he home of Mr. 1 M. . R. P.'i ce and left a fine girl. Ofic'.' t ;',man went to Ta. ble Ro+: tay and arrested Luthel rged with die tilling :1 t.'it Masters gave bond 6''. T(;;t ace Feb. 5. I wi'. " t up . )totograph studio at Picl... .'- pril 8, 1907, and siucer, i ,r t,e patronage of -one an : 35. N M. FARMER.. Thr - " u d thirteen bales cf cott( A ~re aol I at Pickens, Tues day I W% :tOtv. The Heath Bruce-- )ught 163 bales, and F) Ti'..: v & Co. 150. Dr: . pular druggist, was cal, i home Sunday o) cec) the 7 tOe'ss of his moth er. '-h " ;y fri...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 2 February 1907

'Go -~g a rm111 d -tit rces t, t >Il s rongeI pret yeats to collie thg country will be ac gine. The gas en its inefficency, but r'thle 'grv kIt is. It is doing+;to 'eli et savisl{ t enormous lhfcst.ige. Not one farm withon it. It pumps water for his factures lumber, It bales his Ihay, it thrasher, his shis dder" hi:; wife's w; Is a sketch of wht~'t it'is doing for' legion. But all this is nothing to bo cot destiled to do. This last. copigrest great acts of this congress that wat will niake the farmer in a, h9gt tit as a ceftain maker of engines exprei er will gsqw,h isap v'n p)ower.- The, 9 pete with 'tie pgwer he will develol waste will "ljo .t 1v r>i,d iltto fue! "(o of agriculture, Jumes Wilson, in a Imeans:, said, 'tT1cI ;spurces of alcollo the sweet potato, the yam, waste in gar bcet, rot{eii ttit and the wa4tc to say," said tJ secretary, 'that lh the stalks of I fan' corn annually 1 hol an aere.t' Even at this time companies a these .waste Ifi odt;cts for use in th( whic...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 2 February 1907

Oliver Wins Panama Canal Contract on Condition. 4VUST, FIND A PARTNER Jcw York Man's Credentials t d to Be Unsatisfactory and c ,Wa l Turned- Down at ,pon rhce hte Houso. -; spial sayi: As extended coi'ercnco 'no wine nRP ttouae Friday,, jt 'vs eided to. reject, the bid Qt OlivA} Md Bang:; whio' pl)oposed ''to coj 'hlete the eon?tructloll of the Pni6mna ,canal for 6.7F per cit of the total t' < :mated cost, In so far as Ans1on Al. Bangs of New York is concerned.. Whilo 1io official statenent was - givel out, it can be authoritaltively a d that it William J. Oliver of !K.xville, Tenn., can enter into a .::factory arraugemetlt wkth some -1hE'r contractor, who Is iflnal}ciall' ::s31onsible, h13 will bhi'givei 'tho.' Itg demr act. TIo fact that the , MacArthllr-Gilles ii, company of New-York, whose bid was 12.5 per cent, was represented at he conference, leads many to be 0ve that a :)mbination may bO t)ed between that firm .nId Oliver, I know1 tihat the MaeArthur-fill e company has c...

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 February 1907

anp we A to Merit. tli LEADERS IN Bltankets a There'll be lots mor, done so now is agoi ets and Overcoats, $1.50 pair. &2.00 pair. $2.50 wool. $3.00 heavy Overcoa MOORE Fresh to SUnheard I 4 hI Men's Sull 4 e have one table of'1 end Vests carried from last ~p ac that will tempt a t6yknows that woolen g a~4if you will compare the buMht this season you car n1i~ C oats are shorter th 4aen't want one of the ex An~ in length is more tl ~, t~~n~picefrom.iro.oo t d oWa o .00 are posit + tie bn some of the, ad statement, but we ar w ~~vebut to seeithe goods1 ~ 4~y lese goods go ohng kuers to investi $ ys't the choice thing A t (/ j'j ir I S FPPY A Year Just Ulo ppreciate the te Continuance( LOW PRICES, A- NS$ ud Overcoats! e of cold weather before its :>d time to buy your Bladk-. Blankets at $1.10 Blankets at $1.20 Blankets at $1.75 wool blankets $2.00 ts at pricescut HALF IN TWO. t PP P Flour. Of Bargains. 4 s, Coats and Vests. M4en's Suits and one table of Coats season that we have...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 9 February 1907

qL%v T"i 14 y 4 at, Pi kens, So 0.1 tit{ in utntt 1, uuder net of ppyy r 'ti.tIM1 , 1StWRI It ". lR"AMtNLrt" tr J t t rl llA4Alrp'ArtC'w1".r1 "'r'4.'t"\r.t. .. . r..".. rr r.... tAMw>f1 1WtMt1M lVt'I.l .\.W' tiYwr VOL. ? xVI 6 ICK! :'';,, SOUTH CAROL' 1 rO7. 4 40 Nursing baby? It's a heavy stra Her system is ca I. nourishment for tw Some form of n< 41 be easily taken up is needed. Scoft'. Ema greatest possible a ment in easily digest Mother and bal helped by its use. ALL DRUGGW Business Locals. Not'ees of 'ale, Wants. Swaps, etc, inserted in this Column at 5 cents per lino for each insertion Nothing taken for less than 10 cents. Dr. W. M. Horton, dentint, will be in Pickent Mondaya, L'hArty Tueadlnys, Central Wedu'"d v, Pendlntoit 'PlTura dayR, Clertaoni Fridays and Hat.urdnys of eaoh week. O,c diy only. Co-ote:early. FOR SALE-The 'Kennemnre lot in Piekeus on Pedtletou arenue. 2} ares, J. P. ary, (;. E. Rtbius'. FOR SALE-Good work male. Alp ply Wim. N. (.tntt, R. F. 1)., 3. Li...

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

lUD1EiD VERY sATU%DAY MORNIN44 - . - -Y The Soalnel4ournal Company. T.omP8oN & RIoBEm. Pnura. 1,. O. rnoMlFSON, EI-TOR. iabeoription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rates Reasonabh . Entered at Pickens Foatomce as NSeond ala, l[ai1 Matter PICEENS, 8. C.:s SATURDAY, FEBOUARY 9, 1907. A Michigan poker-player is 100 years old. About time for .thze "grim reaper" to call for a "abov down." The Pennsylvania railroad he raised the age limit of those whon they will take into their employ fron, 35 "o 45 yeat. Of coure, -w;e atrduagly dlpea proving suchctSthfi s yc4}l" go :t se "Salme" hen t twn. juot to:make. ur' # ,tsMy ba' it is. Wth the a in Nev Y tr id ber, s iWi' e n i. wahe"loses wa ab e ligh went out. Two th peo e th satIng on lnooe lak N.i., on, daglast:w ke. If this weather holdi on we wilrepo umb skai n on Weallpond neat week. The horse is with us to stay re - gardlees of -'the automobile, the si ship 'or " electricity, and there is aI increasing demand for our four tooted friend ...

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

THE. SENTJ R. I Entered April 28, 1908 at Pickens, . I., as econd olade matter, under act of Congress of MaRtb 8, 1870. VOL. XXXVI PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, SATURDAY, FEB6RUARV 9, 1907. FRUM OUR COR HAZEL HAPPENINGS. I will try to give your readers a few of jots from this little burg. Farme s are begining to get a move on them the;o dasy. 'loalth is very good except colds, y<ur scribe is 30 years 9 months and 9 days old, and bought the first bottle of medicine for individuil use last Thursday Jan 29th and that was a bottlb for the eyes and- was prescribed by Dr. Webb. Danial Winchester killed a hog some time ago that netted 350 lbs, and A.T. Winchester killed a pig nttting 325 lbs and from which he got 5gallons of lard. Miss lda Davis has returned from a pleasant viisit to frienns and relat vies in lasley. Mr.& Mrs. H. F. Wright are on a visit to the latters parents, Mr. and Mrs John Cantrell. 'he stork has been visiting our neigh borhood and loft a fine 10 lb. girl at the hom...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 9 February 1907

4f, GEORGE BAR Stopfgri1ht, 1901, by Ierbert 8. St(o e llrrors of that ivar." t e would be thankful for the of it, your excellency. War is a S.mine., I read every war scare into print," said Anguish *, erly: "e of Graustark at present have ry reason to recall the last war and ttrly to lament its eddiig. The%ar IU red just fifteen years ago-but te recital tire you, Mr. Lorry? I to spend a few moments socially no,t to go Into history. At any e'time I shall be" "It will please and n'ot tire me. I deeply interested. Pray, go on," hastened to say, for he was in rete imore than the count suspect "itteen years ago Prince Ganlook r;t this principality,, the father of our jices, became incensed oVer the dep edations of the A:iphain soldiers who atnolld our bordoy on the north. HIe demanded restitution for the devasta Ion they had created, but was refused. 4raustark is a province comprising somte 800 square miles of the best land iia this part of the world. "Our neigh .or is smaller in area a...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 9 February 1907

r.. tark hair, no wrap about the' white :houlders. She wore an exquisite gown of white, shimmering with the rellec Ions from the moon ,thut scaled the Luountain top. She stood at the balus trade, hie hands clasping a bouquet of ,ed roses, her, chin lifted, her eyes gas. iug toward the mountain's crest, the prettiest picture he had ever seen. The .Atrange dizziness of love overpowered him. How long he reveled in the glory of the picture he knew not, for it was u,s if he looked from a dream. At last he saw her look down upon the roses, lift them slowly andj drop them over the rail. They fejl to the ground be 3w. IIe thought he understood-the gift of a prince despised. They were not twenty feet apart. He ..dvanced to her side, his hat in one hand, his stick--the one that felled the Iennese-trembling in the other. "I did not know you were here," she ':claimed in half frightened amaze ment. "I left moy ladies inside." He was stanling beside her, looking ,'awn Into the eyes. "And I am ric...

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. — 9 February 1907

\RTHAT S aring a pair. of The new Ri Sknows that she teN hr anot be surpassed for this season. L Wearing Quality Metal and Polis in the WORLD, We carry the aeans may be. pleasure in shov ATY stamped on Lhenf. is a Guarantee that Prices range he highest art in Crosse wears the QUEEN the satisfaction of Lts the foot, fits it fashions demand s the common- hand- more this S Jng only in spots. Like Ladies', Sh are made in all the Patent Colt and Gun M width last. We The word CROS er what width or They hold their Shape, have it, QUEEN Money., The Finish of .11 you want a new Shoemakers in America. ir friends who has Because They Lead; ou this handsome Children We have the Fan are rnide of and have Iress Shoes in Tan, Bla kniow a pair sold is a of Patent and White, ac !.EN QUALITY that J)ress Shoes. Every Ph my other, for they look they wel' righ aridri6ocens toange~ retain ouroldeStan gladfo se anysofiuons dean worncoopooechicienS, Likebucetdofebtterho withe chanig t aTh .hold thi Shape ....

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