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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 9 February 1907

'~ 1ck1i~Selltlnei4ollral Happenings of a Local and Personal Nature. Earl Seaborn is visiting friends in tOWb. . Don't be discouraged. There's a "Thaw" on in New York. Walter L. Boggs took a run up from Liberty, Wednesday. Mr. Hubert MoKagan, of Sumter, was in Pic4ens this week. Miss Melissa Byars is visiting Iriends and relatives in town. Born, on the 1st inst., to Mr. and Mrs. Stacy M. Townes, a girl. 'Squire S. D. Stewart, of Liberty, was in town Wednesday on business. Misses Eva Freeman and Ina Boggs visited at Easley, Wednesday. Three large boilers and one en gine arrived last week for the cotton mill. Miss Casse Bolt will succeed Miss Jeukins at the telephone central vtlioe. Jack Frost did sme -attistio eth ig on the windowpanes Wednesday night. Craig Brgs. are getting a "move -n!' plating the stook in their new etore building. * &farriod, Sunday. Jan. 27, by Rev. J. M. Stewart, Miss Missouri Robert son and Mr. Warren Turner. Mrs. 0. L..Onreton, eho has,been seriously ilk....

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. — 9 February 1907

; 1" For T -Ro. Fejj P. S. ROYSTI A NEED, JUST LIKE. .,LEEP. US th* Instinct of Ntar- ' :ith Dorn In 1Uanki". The most convei3:. , In proof of the existence in man o. tn .u:(inet of aatural death seems to mhe tLat report ed by Toxarsky In relation to an old Woman. In tie lifetime of Toxarsky I begged an acquaintance of his to ob ida for me the details of this most in *eresting case, of which I had found tut aAn Incomplete statement. Tox aisky unfortunately could add nothing 'to what he had published in his article. A believe, however, that I have found the source fron'.%vhich lils instance had teen taken. In his book upon the physiology of taste, which had its day of celebrity, 3Zrtilat-Savarin relates the foliowing: fi 'I bad a great-aunt, ninety-three years old, who was dying. Although f9pisowe 4Pm confined to her bed . had re 'jWed all her faculti,% and her coudi- i tia was only boteyed by her loss of -ypetite and*, he weakening of her *,.Efe. adalways shown af - - mens for me, 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. — 16 February 1907

TH[E SENTINN;RNL ~Fntered April 23, i9U3~ at Pickeps, 8. C., as~ second ultu' mntter, under sot, of Congress of M1arch 3, 1879, VOL. XXXVI PICKFNS9 SOUTHI CAROLINA, S~ATURDLAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1907 D)ISAST E Accidents Ha] as Well at HUNDREDS PERISH IN SINKING -STEAMER Ltearmer Larc~hmont-' Colliaes WiUL a Sehoonpr. WAS ENR0U:~E TO NEW YORK 11aptatn '6aya 'that He Hai on Board f'Vom 'f6 t+o -200 Passengers, When the CoIliGioek Occurred,' aid Only t Eight of These E$caped... C:TBloc1 1id, R. I., Feb..,12.- Cap fn'in :Ceorge McVey, of the steamer 4..a;rchmont, said to the Associated. Press ftM he had on board from 150 to 200 lma.enMogrs, when the collision tir:rurred, and only'eigh. of these es caped with their lives. . Wt the time he made the s,tate tnenit-,, fou-teen bot)ies had beei' wash :1d 'ashore, . making ot'ly ;2 out of rh:c tot.al passengers list accouLted .tor. A%t 11:1.Th o'clock four more bodies tivtu( vashcd ashore making a total of tt-f>n h 4 's recovereal with 'eight su...

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 February 1907

GRAU GEORGE BAI bpyNht, 1901, by Herbert S. S ' 1"b&p af'ed, with the subtlest dou r Ole meaning. hy should you wound me?" she pa1iIvely. "You have no right teat;*e thr'one I occupy as a sub. r! tWtt f Pranks ad indignities. I did '. t belihve yoi could be,-forgetul." 'There was a proud and >itiful resent. ment in her voice that brought him to - ,ig 0 nses at o4ce. He had defiled her n- W In AhfOne and humiliation he "I am a toot, an ingratei You have eisen too gentie with me. For this 4 CWp;li0 t. of .mine I cannot ask - pardon, Rfiat:we4 be beneath you to Waut i;. I he hurt "you, and I can ameier atbne I forgot how sacred is your thrwe: Let me depart in dis. R9 ,. 4 erect as It to forsake a4 stained, but she, .way4 ey 4 oobidte reversal of feel f, , i T adl4(j to thed his 1"1t. 7 1 throne, after all. I Sd $1' as well al the sin, with 70u. 0i down again,, I beg of you. or a eh I would rule beside a ( ' a king, but who is " ,csn be no harm, IM sUbe the wiser for this d lrture...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 16 February 1907

EEP OFF Al CATARRH r.: }..; ;f.ti; ;}rf ' P e r ex G__MttU;TAV SC.HMIDT.~ ALet Mr. (Iustav Sehmid, Saring Vnlley, "I had eatarrh of the head and thro worse every year. About three month and Manalin, and now I am entirely Your medicine is surely i blessing to n have not lived in vain, Doctor, and I tl me. May you enjoy a long life to help DR. HARTMAN, Dr. S. B. Hartman, the inventor and riginal manufacturerof Peruna,is one r the best farmers in the Middle West. His farm comprises several thousand cres of the best land in the State of lito, located near the City of Columbus. As an importer of French Porchoron nd German Coach horses, the Doctor as not an equal in this country. The fowl-raising department' is a tarv6l of ingenuity and perfection; ut, perhaps the dairy department is rhere the Doctor shows his greatest ense of order and sanitary science. His milk cowa, -of the purest Jersey lock, have. all been subjected to the aberculin tests, and he gives to the ity of Columbus a pure m...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 16 February 1907

'; /] ital Company.. .6 l MMUnY. Pnors. ; .J. 'L. 0. -o.poq -- pI~ .T1HOM1'O,Ero. t iption $1.00 Per Annum. Avertising Rates Reasonable. a S4 lekens F'iBtOffCea6se00Rd Class d Mail Matter PICKENS, S. . RBOUAY, FEBOUARY 10, 1907. 1 Ati editor at Kalamazoo, Mich., e a . his office each miorning with o yer, and still there arJpeople o claim the world is growing a se. cold wave struck New York on - 12tb, and run the mercury down V zY~ ero. Several deaths have result- c S,oand many persons on the streets ae badly frozen. n The postmaster.general has kindly a anted permission for mail carriers s 1 I fdeliver in automobiles, Now if " e will take one more step and d . , r Vde the automobiles and a chaf- 1 er, te carriers will be supremely y i a p y . ' _ _ _ _ We notice in our exchanges a ha eumer of towns are having heavy el peti lties to pay on account of dam- a gee: sustained by dilapidated sido v ks.. A broken board in the walk 'otone town $10,000. A word to w t;hwise is sufficient. I y...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 16 February 1907

Piokens seuiue1,Iourua itspenings of a Looal and Persona Nature.. v. J. %I. Nealoy, who has beet 4.yiie'Muk, it rnp)ntcd bott,!r. I1. H11uter h R In ivetd in to Uratr. I tte cottage on Liberty road, Mr, U. 1. Webb, who ha be;r ,id tiic for the past several weelc tiow able to sit up, Mr. M0). Brnta has bfen confinec 14. b. 'gots a nuwoer of diays. W. H. Ambier and wife, of Gree lie, spent Sunday in Pickens wit. cir mnan3 friends and rebitives. Mr. John L Tlhorn'ey, who iii ,Iding down a flue position with iiver, t:e ct,utraetolr, is at. homne oi visit. M1rs. J. B. Ri l r.-.wu In, .,f Picktona, titel her frit'iei, 11lr. John Grlmifl . week - [ W1estlninstt:r C )r. K') 3 3e Courier. C. Q lardy, of th-3 Easley see ), was in Plickena, NI iday, aftet ,as. His stetiot is llo irishing It; ,rding to his r.s nrt. Married, Sun11day, at. the home oI ufus Plnd..rs, Siui, Kimnps and Jos, onders, aill c,lto,tsd. S. F. Ke:lt.l., agiltratte, t)flic i ttedt. Set. 1d. of Garrison, Wvat. t& (Xi I E...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 16 February 1907

iL II r' TRAD "ARK' REGISTERED '.J FARM our competi to be "just original Fish buyers shoul This is the o Norfolk, Va. Columwbia, S. C. DIG THE ( THIS 8110ULI POLk 5.jY TAFT FAVORS CONTRA( if Explains Plan to a How Committee. 'ETTE'Rt FOR THE GOVERNMEl eauae It Permit. United States to Avail itself of Services of Lal Cobtr.iled by Contractors-Perce agWill Only Bo -PaId on Labor Wvashington, kNez. 12.-Beereti '4it, Chairman Shonta, of the tbma. canal commission, and R. ,ogers, general counsel for the coa mssion, a.ppeared before the hot 4mmittee on interestate and forei loommence to explain the proposedc maI contract and the plan to mer Ahe Panama railway company's ma agemnent with the canal commissio Mr. Rogers explained that the ch purpose of the contract is 'to pert the govertnmen't to avail itself of I Iraetj experience and efficient pr ization of an association cout1;trs. The p)ercentage to pat4.' o Contractors is to be Only 'oat dflabor, and not in suppi and equipment, which are...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 16 February 1907

ANew A This ib not a George Ado fit slang. It is a Home Aid fable. Once there was a Geezer, wL too small for Cook Stove purpoi * and Flabbergasted against his 'I he said-strictly on the Blinl hadn't he lived Here since '84 over in t be a Jo] r, = 4e're knoc way this .. .., .. ?..stc Strang was Knocked from the burg th got over al this Bum Butiness y, that we would trade at home al out no-that you could Sight It Olasses. But you and a Bunch wasted your Substance In Rioto mail and let the sheriff hang front of some of your own tow at our Town and then look at once?" Whereupon the Whittling sen Thoughts into his mental village store to Annex a line Circles which he had bought ft MORAL: If you % grow, patronize 6ase. *rd if he agree. Bthe way, whtre is New Yorki going to get a jury that has nevei heard of the 'Thaw ease?-[(Chicage News. It will continue to Thaw in New York for many Rutns and moon. from presen t a ppearances. --[J3uf. falo Times. rhe UJnited Stat, a S-natec ha. <tait ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 16 February 1907

J ! !(4 { 1' 1The womasn weari.ng QrEEN .QUALITsY knc has on a shoe that cannot in Style, and .i.t, and We by any other w ian in t no mrattev what her means ^ i ~y Q Ji,QUEEN QUALITY the bottom of a shoe is a G the shoe represents the hi Shoe m.aking. The woman who wears QUALITY also has the s wearing a shoe that fits th< in all parts, not like the c< me-down shoes fitting c QUEEN QUAL1TY are n newest shapes,In all wid1 can ft you n o natter w shape you require ye hav, QUA L1TY wear untillgo :yoi pair, ask soni Of your fti worn a pair. We want to show Qou th line of of shoes. WYe know what they 11( Cnflidence in Ihem and know costom11er gained foi QUEEN (I cann11ot be iIIduCel to buy any olh right they feel right and they v last but not least they satisfy thl >LEADERS IN LOW PRICES, We areclosing out our ENTIRE STOCK of at prices that are L ESS THAN Half the Actual f -Selling Value., The styles are a little 01(1 but the~ goods are Staple Wec have over roo full suits and a l...

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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 23 February 1907

__ TIlE_SETNLJNINL Entered April 23, 190' at' Piokcvs f8. C., as second class matter, under aet of Congreve o ' 34arob } 1879. VO.XXXVI PICKENS, OUIICAROLINA, SATURDAY, FEBRUAR' ( 23, 1907. N.3 PLANS TO SECURE GOOD_IMMIGRATS Adonted at Big Convention In Macon, Ga. -ATTENDED BY LEADING CITIZEN.S President G. Gunby Jordan Calls the First Session of Georgia Immigra tion Association to Order-To Send FidId Corps to European Countries. Macon, Ga. , h .b. 19.-U'nanitnous plans' for a, uniforim nidnho:i or se curing for the Enipire State ef the Soul i the best class of inmnigrants _'re p i tt ii b i( i ly adopte(I by four Ifun(red of tie uost con.:ervative citizens of this state at ihle iniinigra.iont confercnce held1( here 'I'uesulday under The auspices of the (orgia linmitlgration assoriat io. The four hundrl d ((l delegates \who were gathered toge'thr( 1c onstitlt((1 the r(pr-". s(ntation of -the i wo and a half nilliions of people who have been awaL.nled to onte of 1he great est inceds ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 23 February 1907

GR AT U . At4. GAU GEORGE BAF Copliright, 1001, by Herbert S. S! nk God, yon~ are only a* count e Said tenderly. Y-why---whut difference can it I meati, why do you say that?" t, meincred, crimson to her hair. cause you woli't have to sell your t a sacrifice," he saild foolishly. came back to them at this julne 1$ ,ioutwardly"calln and dellib'rate. -"21 us about it, pray. We had uoh ed as much." t there nre his people--the wret (h She eried vindictively, her pretty (ae In a help'ss frown. "Today vas C ay, you know, on whlieh he was t,tve his answer. le caine an1d imalt ty idi hence chauber. All G'rau fa.'.Itart had itmilored her to refuse the tod offer, but she bade him rise, aml here, before ts all, promised to be' o uni hils bridle. "I he greatest sorrow GIaustark hats fvtr known grows out of that dceisio n. Sh' is determined to save for us what 'i fa hh'r's folly lost. To do this sh' b r,imes the brldo of a vile wretch, a Ito soils her pure nature whent hinks of her. Oh, we sought...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 23 February 1907

THE S N Entered April 28, 1903 at Pickens, S. 0,, econd cl I . VOL. XXXVI PIC;KEN5, SOUTH CAR %NO. 3 THE EOM0N3TIAC.ER. Ho Makes an A;prcatIy :ruci:. Letter a Deadly Machin:. So expert are botn :n:l.e's now.?:11-: th:t an al j'tnretly Unrmle.s i : y kill anly pier'::;on w'ho (ii('.. 4 to t ie' it. .\ plece of ca(rdhuarti is ("1: to :1 .::, Whilch, w'hen 1,o1de:1 o r'. l; it i. an ordila'y t'nv'('l >t'. !he o: e '. Ilrs of tils :it'e sli i:lo :rirw :r. tu ee o f t i " h 4 4. ; s l i i -: . : : I ' : i It i : and f'asO e('n't;1 lalt' :ii::;- o-i sach doie:o. Ih 4oH11:dlv ia gl -I:.'c. arlndhad inl ruvo . t 01 env\elopie (ittol he cj."it+ \\. it!: i strl1 iking ( n d o(f tI:iim. u ar ; : :i:. . : this slight r 'k' a ".t.luce (lw h1a i i 5 In:1 the pa r hen!Ir I:.si .:-te'ly )II!.es hardrer. :ndich r". :I! i.; n exlo.ion. that elith :- kill- or i:niIs'. The e:iesies h( th t-ov osItruVCt i, Ie in operation by si:'lyv tturning It up side doit:i. It i.s niilly a good sized cracker box. ...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 23 February 1907

*'I A1 iiED EVFOY SATUl{DAY MORNINO. BY The Sentinel-Journal Company. ; THOMrsoN & RicuEY. Pltors. J. L 0. O.THOMPSON, ED-ron. Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rates Reasonable. Entered at Pickons F.stoilce as Second Class Mail Matter PICKENS, S. C. : SATUItDAY, FiBOUARY 23, 1907. Massachusetts and South Carolinii have buried the tomahawk, and both are now for tariff revision and state't rights. The revolting testimony in the = Thaw trial still encumber the metro t litan press. But the morbid taste f the public demands just such un savory recitals. t A Washington scientist claims that he has found a way of making whisky without a worm. What is really needed, however, is something that will eliminate the snakes. When a man pursuing the daily peaceful avocations of life goes around with a revolver on his person, it is prima facie evidence that he is either a fool or a criminal; and in either case he ought to be locked up. Don't we need more backbone for the interests of h...

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 February 1907

Pickens Sentinel-Journal Happenings of a Local and Personal Nature. . Court convpIenext Monday,Judg Gary prneicing. S >rn, on the 15' 1i:, to Mr. and .Mrs. Wn Griflin, a son.. Mrs. A. Griffin his been on the sick list for a numn'otr of da.t. - T. r'l."ist'ie l{t1bit1o e ttt .% nitday w ,friend 11 11, .[arris at t A. Christophoer is inl charge ditt'r'S I."licc ;:nd it, n,wV at d oflicial. 4, lt.rdi v. 10;tli inst., <f irs'. ren Chapman. John M. Alkin, representative of 1 P.,rke, Davis & Co., B dtimore, w,ts d:,ing the drug trade Monday. P ,liticA makes strange bedfelws. A Democratic paper in Virginia. is idoisingj Roosevelt for a third teru 1n as a Democratic enudilate. If you wiut your town to grow and prosper wake up, roll up your sleeves, get on the front seat and t ht1f'r fe,r your town, and quit The "Faiirn ard Fact.wy," publish e& at Seneca, S. C., is threatened with a suit, for libel. 'o d il't k ow whether to extrud sym p tt.hies >r not. A l"ertising pays. Sp...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 23 February 1907

TRADE MR ' REGISTERED F. S. ROYSTI UMBRELLA-''AND SHOES. Their Importance ltl the Eyes of th Indian Nativc. India Is so vast thaditt 1frent eli quettes prevail In dlllfercent diistric"ls. We have no standhr elicuto.nW - litandard dress. WVe nto,tly (".iy i:1. hopean etiqiuettct whIle wvithi I-:iir!pans 1 Even a lkngailes(! Shake, hualc. wi.hi a Bengalese, speaks in En.ct_ ishi I'oc :1 I, \, minutes and then bireak s forthi :111, Vernacular. We shakec hara;!:< w%"lI h a1 European on parting, bmn !t, i j:::;. again touch the hatnd tc (Il- btr,wt in :1 alaai, so we both shi:!.0 h:.ll salatnn and do the like, :nit n > song' mlundedl Eutropeanl ever c:tre:A or The umbrella is the c)elp of royal ty, the sign of ia raja;th - so natives n rly fl hi t ncl:s Ic!cr a rajah and not htef tuIitI k,C however great. It ..;! not at i,m-t of the dress, but at prot ",tion fromn the r;int -. .. t ",; .sary' :appin e,:'' just like the wat ht and Chain. You miighlts as well ask: at EnIropeattn to t...

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 February 1907

:r T TRADE ARl' REGISTERED F. S. ROYST UMBRELLA.'AND SHOES. Their Importance in the Eycs of the Indian Native. India is so vast that. difterent (%ti quettes prevail in diI'teirent dlistriIs. We have no stantird el ignuet i n4 to *itandard dress. Ve ito ly y i:.. ropean etiqiuette while willh Inr<i op:iins Even a Beugalese siake; hiamls witi :a Bengalese, spealks inl En.,ish tor a f, u minutes and thou breaks forth ;i? i.:" vernacular. We shtke lun .. with a European on parting, bill y m again touch the hand to te br1"mw in a aalaain, so we both si:;:.," h::ili salaain anti do the like, :tn iI sIb minded European tvert'" ":t:i o thlu anlomallly. The umbrella is the etileyti u ao1 ty, the sign of a raj:ah,, ,tL' genprally fold their uon r,rli.l .l itie a rajlah and not hefcy, :in\'hodya1 "ise, however great. Itr"> not a larf of th dress, but ai prot tion fron the rain -P EWist 0 s.*ari y aoltendialag,', Just like the wat h and chain. You might as well ask it Ellro)peanl to take ...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 23 February 1907

Don't Y( This Ti You live here. Your business interests are here. Your home is Ou are not spending your mioney in this town. You are spending it > with etrangers in a big city. That city has no use for this towtn except to get youri money. This town has use for your mn ev. If spent here, your money will help to build up the town. It will help to build up your own busi (. ness. In the long run money will come bac spend it at home tha to Chicago or some You spend a dollar the street. Smith Brown, around the > is just as likely to sp as with anybody elsc think of that? All of us have to spend n spending it where it will do i that it will circulate around th wilhelp thiis town andl comnal town and' community. Therefc " that good logic? Suppose you think i you pick up the Mail I (iti', .i ' I> w'a t iltil ,Imd emn 111 0 iiib IOnt. South 112r. p~P N - .tj it (tiI ira ii tier*ied : o 0: i * nhlt'd ( mng li Io wIpg- t Mlany farn'. r'S 1 ih: pa,ted Flo. (ip Odorn and1c1~i * o ' :i I...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 23 February 1907

...---O--0-o--)-o 00 ( )~ Don't Y This T Ymu live here. Your business interests are here. Your home is {.ic. re not spending your money in this town. You are spending it with etrangers in a big city. That city has nto use for this towni except to get your moiey. This town has use for your mionV. If spent here, your mllonev will hel) to build lup the town. It will help to build up your own busi ) ness. In tho long ru money will come b spend it at home t to Chicago or somi You spend a dolla the street. Smitl Brown, around th+ is just as likely to as with anybody e think of that? All of us have to spend spending it where it will d(o that it will circulate around will help this town and c-onl town and' conmuiinity. Ther that good logic? Suppose you think you pick up the Ma 0-0- -0-0-CU .O.'3L sltii. Ii ::d1.1 V. - I ., ,. { : - a1 V eV)dleton,i south I 'ar ... A*on IJtlj e lear it i liPio ii r . --.zpf ' ln tt IIl13Ireau 1 O robered Southi Caro1. I'l Ii.' ..ubject of htich poin3lted( &l...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 23 February 1907

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