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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 30 January 1908

Pickens Sentinel-Journal Happenings of a Local and Personal Nature. Rald tho ad. of Moore & Mauldin in this3issue. rT. D. Harris has gone back into business and occupies his old stand. Miss Bessie Partridge, of At .~ lanta, is visiting her brother, J. T. Partridge, in Pickens. Don't fail to attend the thor oughbred chicken meeting to be held this evening at 3 o'clock in the SENTINEL-JOURNAL office. There were a good many peo rle in town Monday and the most of them came to this office before leaving and voted in our contest. Guy McFall, who has been suffering with a game foot, and been going on crutches for some, time, is getting better and laid aside his wooden legs. Mrs. N. E. Thornley, accom panied by her son, L. C., have gone to Knoxville, Tenn., to visit her daughter, Mrs. R. E. Oliver, who is reported quite sick. Major Welborn and Furman Holder are in Richmond, Va., attending the Massey Business College. Reports from them say that they are getting along fine ly and are well...

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 January 1908

Business Locals. Netees"of Sale, Wants. Swaps, etc. ginseutedia bis Column at 5 cents per linoofr ieach Insertion. Nothing taken for loasthan 10 cents. yonm AuE-17 acreq, original forest, miles north of Pickens, .30 an sore; r75 acres west of Woodall Mtountain, 10 -eres brauch bottom, balance in timber, Wprice $10 nere, cash deal. E-. V. KEiTH. 1. F. D,, No. 4, Pickens, 8. 0. Carload of Obelisk Floinr just received a-t H. A. Ilichey's. Pay your guano bills at once. I can :uot carry theso jiccounts3 any longer. ,Como to eoe us prepared to makt, settle. w:nert. H. A. RICHEY. One thouseud dollars' wort.h of watch m.ic to go at cost ft r the next ton d-ys. X-L oSnider, Easloy, S. 0. From rgifi date nun'il .Tanuary 10th my ..ritire took of Dry Goods, Millinery, .Shoes,iJJatq, etc., is for Ralle at and be. I.ow toat.. T. U. Robinson, dee 26tS Norriq, 8, C. Drop Dr. iMeton a ptial Id lie will 1 calU .and -41o your children's dental work xwhile tey mare at home for Christmas. iFrom the let ...

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 January 1908

A Boll Riacon Towh A well known touiit of .OD 'karld has Stated 118 his c inion, 'i)0m. .t cerne is the ult 1ell 1icr to"'t hi Europe. le had crtn, ed!A. Vetr lbcea to Schwyss. To be:; - the eeuntless cattle that liass tb1hMh the Stre.; in tho rtamilnur-Y . 'the mornla;; oil 1Ieh' Way to f em t'. upla:0 pan Amti th'r:, av. Nve'. Jbe:lu t.:. A 14:_' peal (Ihey ;PitL 1.11 CmbtII, but fle'.o of 'cl d:lrlg eitier neuer otd"Jet cr hi .N' lo:-L here. The '.: :: r::thf!* lqfke twou satli 1y-,y'-, kngri aro .t'iily viil.o--::n iOn:rg n ri - ; air gatl-througjlii' eh ite op'n dd.r of the churc4 , towe:', the - "'ma produc'ed bel!in.g1 h:MiUt:I j f n A s the i e of n -<Vle;k - *-nga2 1 101 lay The efnm la 4t 4:31 -. in. and vcnt-1:ns 1Ill I arly 'servlce a t . a'u. it th(.ls I. I:; aura er which 1.4 every uhr '- :r so -there will be a:itither'i :1n Aourst (f mel ody frot (i t . 1 1 n1in1 tit, reuminder of the day te till-i la Vlrlil aid persiseit. .t it :Iacks the irritatiV power of th'e e...

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 January 1908

A Sudden Fall 'At a meeting in Verona a vian thought he could fly, and s," etc.---News Item. "'In fair Verona, whore we lay our scene," Thera was aman who thought he could fly; A di so he leaped and started or the sky, i3ut oh! a burning lamp did in tervene Ti-he nether and the upper worlds between, Arid noting not which way his flight to ply, W1ith it he did collide. Where fore or why 1exaven cut him short, no one will be so mean Or skeptic as to venture to in quire; Or why his purpose failed, or why his wings Were not sufficient to propel him higher, Wost dormant lie among unan swered things. Let it suffice for all, that the perfunie Wasinot of Yeathers that dis turbed the room. idegro Mischief-Makers 'The men whom the negroes of the country have most to dread nowadays are the professional agitators of their own race and color. Some of these, we no -tice---Trotter, the Boston negro editor, and two or three kindred -spirits---have now planned a na -tional negro conference at Phil a...

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 February 1908

T1E SE oEJrR Eutered April 23, 1903 tit.Pickens. 1. 0." se eeooud lass matter, under act of Cougress of Mwrch 8, 1879. VOL . * AIA,7 1001 MLIA, TBURSDAY, FE-UY .co Ain't T Two of the% ( Bab, THESE ARE BRIGHT F) BEVERLY OF GRAVSTARK By GEORGE BARR MCUTCHEON. Author of "Graustark" Copytrght, 1901, by Dodd. Mead and Cmipan like. Yo' iaf is ready. MIss~~Bv'ly." Beverly splashed the water with u reasonable ferocity foil a few minutc -trying to enjoy a diversion that hr not failed her until this morning. "Aunt Fanny." she announced aft looking darkly through her windo Into the mountains above, "If yc can't brush my halr-ouch!-any easi than this I'll have some bne else it. that's all. You're a regular o hear." "Po' IWI" honey." was all the cox -placent bear said in reply, without's tering hr methods In the least. "Well" said Beveriy threateningi with a shake ot'fier head. "be careft that's all. Have you heard the newsI "Wha' news, I lses Bev'lyr' "W're going back to Washin'ton." "Thnnk de ...

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 February 1908

cens Senfinel-Jour'al 7YEEDU) EVERY. THURSDAY MORNINO. !ho Sontino14ural Company, TIOMPSON & RICHEtY. PRoPS. . . O.THOMPSON. EDnToa, ubQiption 81.00 Per Annum. .dvertising Rates Ieasonable. red at Plokens Fstome as second class Mail Matter PICK"ES, S. C. ftkSDAY. FEBRUART 0 1908. SENSIBLE ADVICE. lhe habit of indulging in the of profane or obscene Ian tge is one bf the most nonsen i habits a human being ever uired. No man or youth r raised himself in the esti tion of saint or sinner by Ihe of foul language. Purity of ught and speech are valuable ;ues. And yet, its our honest -non that the man who unwit gly "cusses" a little now and n, is not half so big a sinner the fellow who continuously nks evil and speaks evil of his ghbors, and refuses to pay his iest debts upon Ethe theory tt "Jesus paid It all, all the )t I owe." If the pulpits of land would "go after" the lows who refuse to pay their nest debts and to love their ves and their fellow-men o after" them as vigorously they g...

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 February 1908

.7~ * ~ ~ Botored A01I 23, 1(3tPoos.. .,sod.asiterwd etfCongrees of M*rok 8,89 fla of .0 $~LFROMGUR COf -Uberty. Cold, colder; coldest. Monday (the furnaces at the schoolhouse wduldn't work-aad' school had to be dismissed for t4be day. Mr. Bas and family,, of Vir ginia, have cast'their lot among us. and gone hito "th~iiorcaitlt business at tho T. N. Hunter old stand. J. M.' Hunt. has made addi.. tions to his ... xesidence, whiclf greatly improves its.looks.. The Young People's -Society - of the Presbyterian church gave an entertainment last Tiesday - night, which was well attended. Miss Ernestine-Rankin, a most c'harniing young lady, has had ,charge of tile Central 'phone office while Miss Pearl Robinson was at home with la grippe. Wells Alewine, of Greenville, who was attending school. here, bocoming dissatisfied, returned home last Saturday. DRLAmmin's GiRL. Six Milo. TPhe sad death of Mrs. Nancy - Mauldin, aged 91 years, widow of the late Marber Mauldin, 11ihd at the -hohi& o...

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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 6 February 1908

A, .ArSnDn aVEar WWURSDAT NORNINQ --.-.-. Cho Bentinol4ouraal Company. ToMPBurN & BUTanur. PaoPS. J.. U. THOMrSON, Erroa. iberiptiou $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rates Reasonable. ered at Pickens Fostome 69 BWOeni 01011 Mail Matter FICE ENS, 8. C.:3 THUWIDAY, FEBDUA RY 6 1908. Magazine Verse. )ut of the dark tarn sodden rain Into the night, 'aces that tarnish and turn again Amethyst white. ound me the pulsing misty years Limitless gloom, ownpour and eddying swirl of tears Terrible doom! eader, picture these awful scenes, Why do you sigh? ou don't know what this poem means? Neither do 1. ---Washington Post. Editorial Comment. 9maha Bee: Brazilians have d a good look at th-. Monroe :trine. Jhicago Record: In Berlin . police charge the )opulace. ire the butchers do it. ndianapolis News: Meantime don't seen to be making ich headway toward putting ,)se prominent and wealthy .ilef actors in prison. Michigan Leader: That east n author who says that mod n transportation has killed imanc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 6 February 1908

Poultry D FIRS'l': Sleot your Strain ef Bir Improve then oetry t-mt vo Good Cook at the Hend of yot N.BARNITZ PA' FOR THAT TIRED PEE.ING. This Is the time of year when some poultrymen get that tired feeling. They treat their hens as sme farm *rs do their farm machinery. You may find the mowers down In the meadow where the last swath was cut, the' scythe In the sour apple tree and the self binder in a snowdrift. That man may belong to the grange. but he to no farmer, and his mtain crops are mof'tgages. Canada thistles and trou De. He needs spruce beer tonk-. His chickens roost on the old pear tree and the wagon wheel. and his taxes are larger than his wheat crop. When a man professes religion, there are times when his liabilities are his assets, and no one knows that his bank vaults are full of hot air till they blow up. Sometimes he succeeds In fooling all the people all the time. But when a man pretends to be a farmer he has to show the goods. The condi tion of his farm gives the g...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 6 February 1908

Wowen as Well as lN''n Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble. Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, dis courages and lessens ambition; beauty, vigor and cheerfulness soon 'j; disappear when the kid noys are out of order '' OtAlseased. KOdney trouble has becoMe so prevalent that It iq not uncommon for a child to be born afflicted with weak kid neys. If the child urin Gtes too often, If the -sArine scalds the flesl or if. when the child ieaches an ago when it should be able to .control the passage. it 13 yet afflicted with bed-wetting, depend upon it, the cause of the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first _step should be toward4 the treatment of these imiportant organs. Thi3 unpleazant trouble 4s due to a discased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose. Women as well as men are made mis *erable with kidney and bladder trouble, and both need the same great remedy. The mild and the- immediate effect of Swamp-Root Is soon realized. It is sold 4b...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 6 February 1908

.Pickens Sentinel-Journal Happeniuge'of a Locial-!ud Psrsonal Nature#-' Born, on the'4th Inst., to Mr. #nd Mrs: B. B. LaBoon, a son. T Married, Feb. 1, at the home Of the officiating magistrate, 0. F. Keith, Mr, H. M. Gallo way and Miss Leila Galloway. Preaching at Baptist chureh Sunday, 11 a. m, Hereafter Aev. P. F. Craford will be here on second and fourth Sundays. An advertisement i like an egg. If it doesn't hatch the first time, it is useless to put it under another hen. Try a new one. A negro who says he is 136 years old secured a license and marri4d a woman of 28 years in New York. The woman In the vase was said to be from Orange burg, S. C. B. C. Robinson, of Robinson & Co., stock dealers, has just returned from the markets and says he has a car of the finest mules now on the way that hb s ever come to Pickens. . There will be an all-day sing ing held at Camp Creek church on the fourth Sunday in this month. All lovers of good music are urged to attend and bring song book...

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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 6 February 1908

"Business Locals. *cestof '41e, Walks, Swaps, etc. I nsed In th Colunku at i .c6nts per j lInCqr each isertion. Nothing taken .for I" than 10 onts. Fon 8AL1-17 aeres, origin'dl forest, 14 miles uor th of Pickens, 830 an acre; '75 acres woat of Woodall uounttain, 10 lneres brauch bottom. bainuen in timber, l)rico $10 ipore, cash deal. E. F. KEITH. -it. F. D., No. 4, Piekens, S. (. Carload of Obelisk Flour just receivcd att i. A. Richey's. .Pay your guano bil1g at once. I can mot carry theso lccoiunt any longer. omne to see Us prepared' to make, a. ttle uent. H1. A. RICHEY. One ithousand dollara' worth of watch j1; to g) at co-t f, r tho noxt ten d-ys. 11. Mider, Eaal.>y, S. C. From tlhiq dato lnil .TanluuwiaryN 1111th my ntiire stock of Dry Goods, Millinery, Shwe Hats, etc., is for stale at and be ,(ow Coat. T. C. RobiRon, dec 26t3 Norris, 8, C. Drop Dr. Horton a postal aud he will ,al and do(i your children's dental work -while they are at howo for Christmas. From the 1st day of ...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 13 February 1908

Butored {April 23, 1903 nkt Pickens, S3. 0.. as second class matter, nudor iict of Cougroxii of March S, 1879. VOL. X1XVIII PICK 1 0111 gU? CAILINTA, THURSDAY, FuaIRY 13 19(0 N.~ FROM OUR COR Pickens, R, D. 2. T1he Six Mile school is iii a fi )urishing conditioi under the mamainaement of M-Liss Ila Bear dn.111, o Oak wav, Ocouee a (JXmity. Perry D1urham, who has be(en t uite sick, is able to tak_ charge of his school again at (G arvin. Mri. and Mrs. It. C. Merk, while on their way to Central a few day since, saw a, snake lying in the road a)out 1 feet long. It seemed to have as much life as if it was a sum mer day. The 15-year-old son of Walter Finson died at his home, Satur clay morning, 1st inst., and was laid to rest the day following in he Six Mile cemetery at 3 p. m. The funeral services were con ducted by Rev. B. C. Atkinson. A large concourse of friends and relatives were present to pay the last tribute of respect to little Farman. The following six of his schoolmates actcd a...

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. — 13 February 1908

Pickens Sentinel-Journal PUBMYjHED EVERY THUDeDAY MORNING. -BY Tho Sentinol-Journal Company. TroursoN & RICnHr, PHors. J. L. 0. THOMPSON, EDiTon. Subscriptiou $1.00 Per Annumn. Advertising Rlates Reasonable. lutered at Pickens FustoOlce as Second Clats Mail Matter PICKENS, S. C.: THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13 1908. Salmagundi. Lamar Jackson, a full blood ed Choctaw, has been appointed to a cadetship at West Point, by Congressmni Carter, of Okla hoia. David Rankin, of TarlIkio, the ric(hest and most important working farmer in the world, will be one of Miss oari's exhibits at the Chicago convention. Capt. Yold Amnundsen, the discoverer of the Northwest Pas sage, announced on Sunday that he would head an expediti on which will start in 1910 fo the North Pole. He will start on his ttip from San Francisco and will go through the Bering' Strait. Lady Helen Grimston, ehd st daughter of Lord and Lady Ver ulam, of the English peerage, has just secure(I her certificate as an expert buttermaker f...

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. — 13 February 1908

T SENTINELJ OURNAt. Eutered April 23, 1903 at Pickens, B. 0., as seoond class matter, 1under not of Congress of March 8, 1879. VOL- XXXVIL. PICIESS, SQUTH CAOLINA, THURSDAY, FEDRU&Y 13 1908 0, 4L. DNEVERLY OF GRAUVSTA RKH Ey GEORGE DAR" M'CUTCHE&ON, Au (64w of ":wt 'm;rblJet. 1'. I, I rn'. .u1eml a n l tinl pa n y Tu'ni: r~ thea !'i'; 1a l:- t.roairuo 1blxte, .'e st i'o w'I- :i: abu to sual 1'.:1 (' :1p1:1 .) !: I 'llh . 1":; adti, he r f an e I 1'r.1. sih ai shckglit 1r of same t h e r T .,exst nota:t t.) ]'I ahe ,Ind owl :':e cove hsl er eye4 w!h er haud1. t. "Oh, wht a1 f.11 you've0 been!" sh<f !!:!f sobbedofl . l n' fromn the mir11rol 4i If It Wore f :1aens.her. .Shie, prepared fr be w!ndh frantIc wnas. Juet as Weo wote aOnt to scram bl 1:1liked thi e n her face ite bl th siocin100 thou Came to her. Th nxt initant seo wI at th e Ninows :ul the olat.4werts '.m:sd witr a ratth like n volley of fiream.Us. Then sh<( junto bed. l She wondored If th wiindows wer nlked. O...

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. — 13 February 1908

Picken SeIlnOJourna lISBHBD BYRRY THURSDAY MORNING. -BY The Sentinel-Journal Company. TuomrsoN & RJicHE. PKOPS. j. 1,. o. 'rium r~soN, EnTOn. Subscriptiou $1.00 Per Auuum. Advertising iates Reasonable. ntered at Pickens Fostotlice an Second Clss Mil Matter PICKENS, N. C.: rIURSDAY, FEBIfU uARY 13 1908. VERY SIMPLE Every little while we read in ho paper that someone has r.n . rusty nail in his foot or other ortion of his body and lockjaw esulted therefrom and the pa ient died. If every person was ware of a perfect remedy for ich wounds and would apply it lien such reports would cease. 'he remedy is simple, always at and, can )e applied by anyone -what is ietter, it is infallible. is simply to smoke the wound - any wound that is bruised or flanled with a woolil cloth. wentv minutes in the smoke -ill take the pain out of the ,orst case of inanmation ariF ig from such a wound. People Iay sneer at this ievmiedy as inch as they please, but when wy are a fflicted with such -oinds, let ...

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. — 13 February 1908

Pickens Sentinel-Journal RapDeniogs of a Local and Personal Nature. - Poultry meeting to-nigl. Miss Cassie Bolt is visiting friends in Pickens. Aon. 8. P. Carey spent Sun day with homefolks. H. H, Webb has been quite indisposed but is reported better. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Gillespie, on the 5th inst., a fine boy. Mrs. M. F. Hester, who has been quite indisposed, is report ed better. A. C. Heath, of Waxhaw, N. C., is spending a few days in Pickens. Miss Mattie Finley, of Ander son, is visiting her sister, Mrs. J, T. Partridge. Rev. N. G. Ballinger preached sermon in the Methodist church Sunday morning. C. E. Robinson, fath(r and san, have been quite sick but are reportehI better. J. Ollie Brock will be in Pick enis court week prepared to do all kinds of watch repairing. Miss Mindie Griffin, of Green ville, spent part of last week week with her sister, Mrs. H. M. Heste. Miss Mary Garrett, of Norris, a student of the G. F. C., spInt a, portion of last week with her sister, Mrs. 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. — 13 February 1908

- ior anc the College Humorist. Pematnfial V10ctim4 of thle humorous iaper at. Yale are the fainilliar caivpis chuaracters. Jim Donnelly. tile police lan; Pop Warner, the "tee:ing ex pressiani." so called because he deliv eers hMi goods in an atutomobile. and iloselerg Sons. the suit pressers. atbout whom. in a Pegasian flight of <listress at the time of the Junior prom.. the Record uttered these wing ILA words: Oh. Rlosenborg. dear Rosenberg, Thy .ons wo'll no'er forget. Timt rc:3L of clothes. Gj(od only knows. I'm waiting for thern yet. 1I m1in that train. I'l go insane ATn rip and tear and cuss. Jcst out of reach There goes that peach I've missed my chance to fuss. With this same suilt presser as hero, the story is told on a popular pro fessor that In leading Chapel one morn Ig h)e stopped short. leaned over and 'whispered exeltedly to the choir, "*Wlmt's the naime of that song, 'Press On. Cbrlstlan Soldier, Press On?'" "tosenberg!" came fromti a dozen men ut note. "We'll slug...

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. — 13 February 1908

Poultry. D, rtFIRST: S'1lect your Strain r-f Bird, Improve them Everv 4 ''ml Good Clok tit the Hfa of your C.N.BARNITZ RNRSME PA. COUREPONDENCE SOLICITED WHEN YOU MATE UP. You will soon mnate upl your pens; for breeding, and there are certali partleutlar you must bear in mind to bring success. When you have culled out all over three years old and those with gross defects, then take "The Standard of Perfection" into the pen and select from the remainder those that are nearest to the standard type. If your-fowls look like three cents when you apply this criterion. It is time to buy new birds. You can't breed something out of iothing. STUDY YOURI BIRDS.-Indeed. the successful chicken hustler is always studying his birds. The poultryiman who doesn't study hen nature and thinks he has such a surplus of gray matter that he can throw a breeding pen together like a boy pitching quoits had better "go away back and sit down." for if he's up front he got in on some other fellow's ' or climbed ...

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. — 13 February 1908

Traps of the Ant Lion. We read of the tiger trlps iII India (great pits dug in the ground and cov erC(i lightlY'".I w"i llalt bamiboo. ThIIe tiger steps 1tpon the false top and be efpre It can1 retreat is precipitated into .I trap. Walkiig along ai sandy road. look for tiny circular pits sunk below 4he surface and then sit xiown and rvlltchl n111 exelting eplisode in the life o~f the! l"Ime Still hnn11ter whieh has1 duig tthe pltitll. It Is invisible. and for -Qlle iilhle the Whole a1tftair seis life aS. Thenj nnl ant coines ilunidering aIoig- and without warnilg- topplen over (lhe edge and begins to silde down tile incline. But tile insect tights hard for life and seems about to make its 4?Scape. when. io. tile sand grainis heave pwr:Id at tile 1)ottom1 and with a Jerk aire hurled like 1 iliniature catapult at tdhe ant. knocking it over and rolling it to the I)ottolll. ''ie ant lion, for such lit .,5, lov seizes its pIrey 11and after slicking its juices clsts the dry body alway anl...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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