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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 20 February 1908

iiE SENTIN ELJOU RNA Entered April 28, 1903 at Piokens S. 0., as seoond elae matter, under act of Congrens of Itarob 8, 1879. VOL. IXIVU, 8003gg, I0U?! CAILI,4 TM IlBDATI 20 191 1 lco FROM OUR COF Pearidge The health of this community is very good at this writing. S. M. Ferguson, who has been sick with the grip, is re ported much better. Tho family of G. E. Kenne more are very sick with the grip, but their many friends hope for them a speedy re covery. It has been raining so much of late that the farmers haven't made much progress toward preparing for another crop. R. M. Baker, of Six Mile, vis ited the home of his father, Anthony Baker, Sunday. OLD WHEL. Dalton. It has beent so rainy and cold, Mr. Editor, that I could not get up anything to send in; but last Sunday while I was sitting by the fire and thinking how pret ty the sun was shining, it oc curred tOvie that if "Old Rid die" would go over and tell "'Papa's Gil" who "Papa's Boy" was she might find out that she has got it down...

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. — 20 February 1908

Pickdlls Sentinel-Jour PUBMBRED EVERl TMURDAT MORNIN -BY The Sontinol-ournal Company. TloOMMON & RxoHEY. PROPO. J, L. . TIIOMPSON, EDITOn. 8ubsoription 81.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rites Reasonabl Entorod at Pickens rstoffice as Second C.a Mail Matter PICKENS, S. C. : THURSD fAY, FEItUARY 20 1908. Dirocting Folks In Boston. The stranger had been senrebin nearly half an hour among the iy terious curving ways of the park ft Fecnway street. At last the trii lJgum of it hurrying student attracted lit eye, and she resolved to azsk for 1l1 necessitry Infortuation. "Can you tell tme, please, where Fei wny street is?" 61e asked. "Yes, indeed." ansWered the studen "Why, we're in it now." "Yes?" The stranger looked rathe helplessly aroundi at the wealth u shrubbery, the smooth roads t ha seemed to lead only to Mrs. Gardier' green roofed palace. "But I wante to find a certain number on Fenwn, street." "Oh!" said the student, a helpless ex presrion for a moment clouding he fce. "Do you know...

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. — 20 February 1908

11E SINTINEL -J URNA. Entered April 28, 190 at Piokens, 8. 0., se se0ond elme matter, nuner aot of Qougrese of March 8, 1879. VQL. ZVil 1!CKU!, lIff? CAIOLItA ?IUDAT, l8f15&T 221 9o Ain't TI Two of the Cor Baby -X. .. . . . . .. ..".. -1 X THESE ARE BRIGHT FA( BEVERLY OF GRAVSTARK By GEORGE BARR MCUTCHEON, Author of "Graustark" Copyright, 1901,, by Dodd. Mead and COumpany Graustark. aid wits sacred to the eyes of any one igave the man to whom it 'was directed. The words It contained vere burned deep in his brain: You are ordered to report for duty iM the castle. Como at onco. Her highnessa hms sent an offelail command to Cotonel Quinnox. C- tmt Marlanx ha:i been here. You are not expected to deert tnt:1 you have een me. Thero Is an underground passage somewhere. D. Baldos went alone and swiftly. Tho noti- to Colonel Quinnox had been Im) per'lve. Iift was to serve as an inner g inrd until further orders. Some one, 1: was reported, had tried to eilter Miss 4'anlhoun's room from th...

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. — 20 February 1908

Pickens Sentluelnourial PUBMBID EVEDE 'THURSXAV MORNING. --BY The Bentinolournal Cohpany. TiIOMPSuN & RIoCur. Pnors. .; L. 0. THOMPSON. EbITon. Subsoriptiou $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Butes Reasonable. Entered at Picoenu Fontoffice as Second olAs Mail Matter PICKENS, S. (C.: TIIURSDAY, FEIRUARY 20 1908. CARDS OF THANKS As my labors with the SEN'I NEL-JOURNAL came to an end with the closing of the contest, I wish to thank the contestants and all the workers for their kindly interest, without which it would have proved a failure insteal(d of the splendid success it was. Wishing for one and all a generous share of the prize wilinnings inl the great contest of life, I remain sincerely yours, "UNcLE ZEKE." I desire to thus extend my (hanks and appreciation to my many friends aid patrons along iny route, anid the SENTINEL TOURNAL readers, in general, for ihe handsome vote given ie, .hereby giving me the splendid 'mggy offered by thle 8.J. in its 'ecent contest. Again fhaiik .n1g you...

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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. — 20 February 1908

Pd Sufiel-Journal I06ponings of X00cal and Persoual Nature. Born oi the 17th instant unto Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Cox a son. J. W. Johnson, of Williams ton, was in Pickens Tuesday on business. .-Born unto Mr. and Mrs. Ross Moon, on the 13th instant, twins -a boy and a girl. 'Forest Keith and wife visited the family of W. T. Griffin in Pickens last week. .,Our good friend, J. E. Hill, of Dacusville, was in town Monday oii business and paid this office an appreciated call. B. F. Parsons is being missed from his accustomed place at the Big Store. He is confined tD his room with the grip. Mrs. R. L. Davis visited the family of her father, W. 0. Richey, and other relatives on the Easley side last week. Mrs. A. J. Boggs spent a por * eenville, ka, who .C. the town ble dance &A A A tof Major J. J. Lewis last Truesday night. The Poultry Association was rained out last week, but will meet to-morrow, Friday, nigbt, the 20th, at. 7.30 o'clock. A good atteh4/nce is urgcd. Richard, Nettie and Vic...

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. — 20 February 1908

Trials of Writers. George Eliot in one of her letters, ferring to her, novel "Daniel. Deron " writes as follows: '1y book peens to wo so unlikely ever to be tilniqlied in a way that will make It worth while giving to the world that St is a kind of glass In which I behold pny intirmities." Again of the same work. "As usual, I am suffering much from doubt as to the worth of what I aum doing and fear lest I may not be able to complete It so a to make it a contr4tion to literature and not a p-ere addition to the heap of books." Montesquieu wrote thus to a friend: "I thought I should have killed my gett these three months to finish a anorceau (for his great work) which I (wished to Insert on the origin and lvoutions of the civil laws of France. Iou will read It In three hours, but I ido assure you that It cost me so much Raber that It has whitened my hair." The eminent modern Fr-ench writer luatave FIaubert suffered tortures in fis efforts to attain perfection. When eomposing, he would s...

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. — 20 February 1908

Poultry De FIST: Seloct ur Stra r Bird Improv * overv t-ne vOnl Good C the Head of your OUTRY:.% N0TB .N.BARNITZ : IVEP.IDE ORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED THAT NEST. liens steal their nests because they dTnot wish to be disturbed. A broad hibt. -Keep your nest away from the roost. Rp~d mtites. -rake a shoe box, long, broad and 6 high enough to make a twu tory (lol- V bil nest box. Put tobacco stenis under ntling material and stand it a quiet t edrner, 'with openings toward the wall. I .idst leave room enough between the vuil nd box for the lhen to pass and into the high berths. not ornaments or hent sits hard down on the uses it to press out the ..L . .- hint. Mr!ke all your nests all' -d your po1hs and roosts the same -f you cqunge the hen it will ierC pen, and Biddy will 1. ROTTEN EGGS USES. The city be' a dainty kiss to her tips of her I kid glove ally throwing him a she kisses her glove ..ps in vexation be- 1 caw-. - s not return the sa- I Ir* aps unaware that the i.turer dresses his "...

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. — 20 February 1908

Business Locals. Notices.of Sale, Wants. swaps, etc. s inserted In this Column at A cents per Ilae3for eab insertion. Nothing taken for less than 10cents. PEASE V ANTED:-Will pay highest prices. Bring them to us. Aslimore & Nimmons. WANTED:-15 horse power engine. -Will pav well for a GOOD milch cow. NY. f. Williams, Marietta, S. C. FOR SALE.-! have several nice bull. dling lots for sale. All Inside of incor. porate limits of the town of 'Pickens. 'rices reasonable and terms to suit the -)urohaser. B. 0. Vaker. Fon SAru-17" scres, original forest, 14 miles north of Pickens, $30 an acre; 75 acres west of Woodall Mountain. 10 aoree branch bottom. balanco in timber, rie 10 sore, cash deal. E. F. Err. ~14, F. D., No. 4, Pickens, 8. C. - , Carload of Obelisk Flour just received .-at H. A. Richey's. Pay your guano bills at once. I can not carry these accounts any longer. -Come to see us prepared to mak#, ettle. nnent. H. A. RICHEY. improved Cotton Seed for Sale. -13OADWELL'S DOUBLE-JOI...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 27 February 1908

A TIIE. SEN1IN'E..L JURNAL Entered April 28, 1908 at Pickens,S-. 0;, as sebond olase matter under act of Cougress of March 8, 1879. VOL. XXXVIII Pll13i, sOU! CAMLINA, THURIDAT FEDRURY 271908 Ain't Th Two of the Con Baby ..... . ' . .. THESE ARE BRIGHT FACI Two Cures For the BlueA. -What do you do whien you have the' blues?" aisked the first womanu. I -I walk up FIfth avenue and look In' aill the Jewelers' windows and at the orchids anid high priced hats. What/flo you do?" ".I go wvay down to Rtivington street and look at the wretched poor women with seventeen children struggling In the dirt That mnakes meo thankful mny affairs are no worse." -Now York Proms. Its Worth. The actress, having been arrested for running her automobile seventy mile an hour, was describing th'o superb ear to Cu reporter. The young main Iuquired: "dow much did you say it wts worth?" "At least t o colunns on the front page." hhe answered absaently.-Kan es City Independent. SShut Her Off. First Deaf Mute (maki...

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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 27 February 1908

Is It Your Own Hair? Do you pin your hat to your own hair? Can't do it? Haven't enough hair? It must be you do not know Ayer's Hair Vigor! Here's an intro duction! May the acquaint ice result in a heavy growth rich, thick, glossy hair! se this splendid hair-food, op your falling hair, and get d of your dandruff. The b.St kind Qt a testimonial 4o64 for over sixty years." ara aafr 6, on ese. er SARSAPARILLA. 6 o PILLS. CIERRY PECTORAL. Notice to Road Hands. nu Supervisor and Commissioners fair notico that every man liable to I duty will be mada t, work 5 days the roads if they do not pay their I tar. Roads wilI be loft in each )ol distr c to be worked by workers, not the scrapers, and those who do pay now cannot pay after but will equired to work or tw prosecuted. E. F. LOOPER, b7-2t Supervisor. Internal Revenue Service. District of South Carolina, Deputv Colluctors Office, Pickens, S. u , Fib. 21, 1908. otice is hereby given that the follow described property having been ad on the 24...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 27 February 1908

Ptkens Sentin oloural MapOUings of a Local and Persoina Nature. 'Mesdames Inez. Morris and Ida' T-ewis spent Sunday with their father, E. E. Mauldin. -Johnnie, the little son of Mr. a.nd Mrs. W. T. Griffin, wlho h-as been quite sick, is improV ing. Mrs. J. F. Harris spent last Friday in Easley with lier mother, Mrs. M. J. Harris, who is quite sick. .W W. H. Griffin, of Greenville, spent a portion of last week with his mother, Mrs. Florence Griffin, in Pickens.. Rev. S. P. McCarty will preach at Gap Hill next Sun (lay in March, at 10 a, ni,, and at Fairview at 8 y. in. - Miss Ellen Mae Welborn, who is attending the G. F. C., spent part of last week with her pa rents, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Wel born, of Pickens, R. 3. Mrs. W. L. Ellis, of Easley, and Miss Rosa Ellis, a charming young lady of Greenville, were the guests of the former's sis fer, Mrs. R. L. Davis, Friday. -Miss Essie Earle and her brother Ewin have gone to Flor ida to spend several weeks. They will also visit their -aunt, Mr...

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. — 27 February 1908

S kikas SEofnI4o rua 30jsHED EVEiTY THUBSDAY M4btt INtI. --Y rho Sontinol-Journal Company. TPOMii'ioN & RicUE.Y, PItP14% . .o. TIl 0 M PSON, 10urron iubasriptioni $1.00 Per Auum. Advertising Rutes Reasonable. red at Piokous l'ostofflce as Secoud Class Mall Matter PICKENS, S. C. IURSD)AY, FEBIIU MI 1908. WASHINGTON LETTER. Special Correspondence. n a recent hearing before the mnniltee on Agriculture con ning the Appalachian forest rLVeV there were a number of inent addresses made by 'gates from several states 'ealinlg to the committee for avorable report, and urging need of such legislation for countiry. This bill will pro for an appropriation to se Sthis reservation in order t the timber of the country y, be saved from devastati n. conilectiol with this move II the vallable service con ited by Senator Latimer, of th Carolina, is of note thy mention. From the ord it is ascertained that .ator La i11er, in ( o-opera I with Senatlor 'S'ilnons, of '11 Carolina, begaln as pio vs ) st ...

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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 27 February 1908

- TBELU HE SEA How Ocean Liners He::r Their Way In Thick Weather. FOG SIGNALS UNDER WATER. Wcthod by Which the Submerged Cong Is Oporatcd and the Apparatus by Which the Sound Is Pickod Up Miles Away-Port and Otarboard Lights. To those who go down to the sea In, shills pronI)3b no discovery in recent tlimes has enof more Import::i.ce or tends more to save life than that of the posibility-' of sigin linug fromu rhily to Ship 1n1d from shii1 to shore I soutd. wvrites Sidney V. WAali:er 'i1 tha. Lon1dol Mall. It literally. When fully developed. will entible steliners to "heval" their way ider ill onditions of wenther and pnitictriarly In rog jusat as. well Is tle.- now set. their %vay o1n Celar nights by the aid of the lights that each sil) earries and tio!t!e dis tribulIed roitld the coast of every eiv ilized coun333try. The whole apparatus hinges upon the fact that water is a good conduct or of sound. The readiest exzamle!~ of kils of which the writer Is aware is to ''e found uiqmally...

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. — 27 February 1908

bibln~ $X 061bo4Ad6AWJ Entered hi~iVke1 Fdtfl~he-Becutid'lan mallMatter SOME PLAIN FACTS. The truth hurts. Facts and figures are - what we have to follow. Our subscribers all re alize this as w'ell as we, but it is up to us to heed it, and it is up to us strong, too, for the government is in behind the edict. The proposition is sim ply this: Newspapers to enjoy the privileges of the mails that have been accoded them must have their subscription list paid in advance-this is the truth, and it hurts. The facts are: This is a ruling of the postoffice depattient and was proml gated in Deceiber, 1907, and was made effective the first of Jaiuarv, 1908, with finial limit for papers to Comply by the first of April, 1908. The figumrs are: The newspapers' hooks m ust show subscribers' acco tits to be pfaid inl advance,'I anld said books nmst be open to inspw< tin to the local post nuister and also to any official sent b v ithe postofice depart ment. There, you have the situt i(0 illii a nut...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 27 February 1908

T-lE SEN INE J URNA -utered April 28, 1908 at Plokons, S. O., aa-seoond olass matter, under act of Oungrm of-maroh 8, 1879. VAY mu II CIEMI, I05TI C0LINA, TIDAT, YfBUR~Y 2741901 ___20 FROM OUR COR #Marietla. R F D 2. -Heaith excellent and people 4enjoying lif-r. Walker Jones visited his -pa -xents Saturday and Sunday. Miss Maud Galloway visited Miss Lillie Jones, Sunday. Ara. V. N. Jones, who has beem very sick, is slowly im proig. Mrs. P. B. Griffin is recover ing from a severe spell of sick ness. IRichard Hayes visitd his father and mother-in-law, Mrs. ,Bill Ma-singale, last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wash Lesley visited Robert McJunkin and wife last Sunday. - iMrS. E. M. McJunkin visited ~Mr. P. B. Griffin last week, Mr. and frs. Harve Galloway visited their father and mother last week. M YELLE. Piokens. R. r. 2. Farmers of this section are 'ting ready to make their next crop. J. F. Stephens and fanily were the guests of Andrew Par rot and wife last Monday. .J. A. Roper and wife and Mi...

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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. — 27 February 1908

OUR PATRIOTIC SONGS We Are Not as Familiar With Them as We Should Be. FEW OF US KNOW THE WORDS Flow Many Americans, For instance, Can Recite "The Star Spangled Dan ne er My Country, 'Ti3 of' Thee?" "Dixie" and "Maryland, My Mary land." ]Proud as they are of their nation, it is a strange fact that Ami'erlcans are -ot so familiar with their country's patriotle air as are the people of the i'oreigi iandsi. Even when they are stirred to the point of sloging by bands they find it hard to reolilect the words. And it is do'uitful whether many are aware of the tilts of history attached to some of the ind's patriotic airs. Take "The Star Spangled Banner," for instance. Howt much can you sing Of that song? Yet, if any can be called the national anthem, this is the one. Of oturae it is unfair to ourselves to say that we cnnot sing it, I)lt it must be adiittd that we don't know it as generally a-, we should. Its author, Francis Scott Key, now lies% in a cemetery at Frederick. Md.. -where an Ame...

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. — 5 March 1908

11iE SENTINEL JOURNA. Entered April 28, 1908 at Piokens., B. 0., a seoond elas matter. under not of Congress of Maroh 8. 1879. VOL. ZIRU, I3I & il CARQ LIIA, TZERlDIf, Tj MARCH 5 49, Aini't 'l -THESE ARE BR1GHT -. BEVERLY OF GRAUSTARE By GEORGE BARR M'CUTCHEOA Author of "Grtutark" CoWleIht, 19o.6y Dodd. Mead and Compa ed, and she did not think him proix Alepressed. "Yes." she answered after a pa that seemed like an eternity, and went quietly, silently away. CIIAPTER XXIV. ILE Baldos was stand guird in the long, lofty bl way the I1011 Count was hI with the machinat Ions W1 were calculated to result in a starti upheaval With the break of at new dI HeL prepared and swore to the char I'referred against Baldos. They w disipantched to the priaicnss for peru'lsal in the morning. Then lhe nhout preparing. the vilest accusa ti against Beverly Calhoun. In his o handwvriting and over his own sig turo)he charged her with compiliclty the ;retraiyal of Graust ark, influen by the desires of ti...

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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. — 5 March 1908

Pickens Seltinel-Journal PUBTISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNINO. Tho Sentinel-Journal Company. Tr1101sN & IHuEV. PRoPs. J. L. 0. TiHOMPSON, EnTron. t3ubscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rates Reasonable. Entered at Pickens lustofllco as Second Clabs Mail Matter PICKENS, S. C. THURtSDAY, ).11M11 5, 1908. Salmagundi. Fo the year en ding June, 1907, it is estimated that typhoid fever cost Pittsburg $721,436. The prohibition law is receiv ing its full share of attention from dlruggists as well as other pe)ple. The druggists, above all people, are supposed to be satisfie( with the prohibition law. They are presumed to be the only beneficiaries from a coniliercial st andpoint.--[Fitz gerald (Ga.) Enterprise. The Pacific fleet probably left more war at home than it will ever encounter in its peregri lnatiols. No use trying to laugh the grip germ out of existence. He can't take a joke, aid won't ad mit that he is one.-[Phi'a1el phia linquirer. Three hund red copies of the president's mes...

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. — 5 March 1908

we w TIF SENTIN LzJU NAA U# utered April 23, 1903 at Piokerns, B. 0.. as second class matter, under act of Congress of Mavarch 5, 1879. VCL. XXXVI _________ 11 [09M CAUL!I'A, TIUM~AY, KARCH 5 19C6 GI9 FROM OUR CO Dacusville J. B. Chapman dined with J. H. Hughes last Sunday. Misses Irene and Lillie Berry visited Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Dun can last Sunday. Miss Nora Looper visited Miss Li lie Turner last Sunday. The day being lovely, a pleasant time was enjoyed. J. H. Smith has nearly com pleted the bridge over Carpenter ,,reek, known as the Gilstrap bridge. A new road branching out from the bridge is in prog ress. We hope the commission ers will soon carry the project through if they want us to re member them on election day. Come again, "Old Riddle;" let us hear from you often. MOUNTAIN BOY. Dalton. W. E. Thomas and family wvere the guests of Mr and Mrs. .R. B. tLumpkin last Sunday. A. D. Mann and wife were fhe gtuets of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Tompkins last Saturday. Sioan Tompkins and wife...

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. — 5 March 1908

Pilckons sRle1-Journal PUBMBUED EVERY ThURSDAY MORNING. --BY The SontinelJournal Company. TrOMPSON & RICHEY. PROP. . 4. h. T1'1iMIPSON, Ei-on. nbscriptiOn $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rates Reasonable Entered at lic'<ens l'ostonee as Second cat Mail Matter PICKENS, S. C.: TiHURISDAY, MAiltli 5, 1908. Unintotional Sabbath Brcaking. In the early diays of New England it was the custoi to keep the Sabbath from sundown Saturday night until the saine hour oil Sutinday.- That this pratice waits attended by liflls IA shown by an incident told in "The l'a pers of the Connecticut Valley Hlistor ical Soclety:" There lived in R3yelleld t thrifty dame. an enterpriing. driving woman aii a notable housewife. The good wo mtn wats tiot willing to lose Sutnday eventings ouit of her cattalogue of house work, but she was plous withal and strictly kept the day to the stuset limit. As soon as the siun was fairly below the horizon sie would begin her wasiling ai get her clothes ready for drying bri...

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