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

t r ..tq ^ *i~~ ~ ~ ~..;' .rrt ,, i. r l,' " , HE SFNTINEL=JORN A Entered April 29, 1900 at Pickens, B. 0., as second elass matter, under act of Congreas of March 8, 1879. V.OL *XXVi PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, SATURDAY, f1ARCH 2, 1907. NO. 40 PHILIPPINE ISLES For HAVE BEEN RAVAGED A wer rwo Hundred of Inhabitants teet Were Killed. car= ohai the rKoUSANDS ARE N4W HOMELESS a -_ wo= dry Ar Dispatoh to Madrid, Announced str to the World the First News of the a s Awful Affliction Visited Upon the stri Southerin Part of the Island. of Madrid, $pai, Feb. 25.-A tele gran from Manila, the largest city of Cla the Philippines, khounced Monday at der noon thirt the southern portion of the rol group of islands have been ravaged, The details are very leagfil', car The dispatch says that two hundred 'th of the inhabitants were killed. Clt As a consequence of the terrible af- tri fliction, thousands are rendered home- his less. tn So far no definite news to the Unit- Wh ed States government has been ...

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. — 2 March 1907

"t " 166' GEORGE BA Coprgn"j, 1001, iu lrcre,t 4. derstood that Prince Lorenz wouldl col descend to meet MI. Lorry at S o'clock on the next morning in the valley be yond the castle, two miles from town. There was no law prolibiting duels in ;. Graustark. "Well, you're in for it. ohd (1man." saId ' ' ., Ailguish gloomily, his cii in his hands as he fastened melancholy eyes upon his friend. "Don't worry about me, Iarry. There's only one way for this thing to end. Ills royal highness is douned." Lorry spoke with the earnestness and conviction of one who is riittled to see into the future. Calmly he prepared to wvrite somec letters, not to say farewell, b ut to ox plau to certain persons tle, cause of the duel and to say tlhat hv gloried in the good fortune wlhici Ilul preselnted itself. One of these letters was adti dressed to his mother, anolher to tie father of Priice l.orenz anci the last to the PrIncesI of ;raustairk. To the latter he wrote much thlt <iiid not :lp pear in the ep...

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. — 2 March 1907

SMW 'm Alp Mjl I '4.' "+ T + ; 1:r i is ,ed " 4\I tMib MMMtW1 YL"N IIMII. IM4YIMWla\AI fT fMR.1NRIfniR .IgVAII? MYMYM.M n rr.wNM ll'1.W J :.I.WJ... ". N'" MMMY\twV/Ir.iv-l VN1.":lMr\A'b1.MFTYfMRV.NI Y\n "\VnA"n. r\" .." h . I ute ed Ap:i1 2:1, 1U0:3 at Picktai S. C., 3, 1879. ._._._..... r .""" .rr.. nr.. "r."w"rry"w," .r a w a" a Vla\Yff VOL. XXXVI I'ICKEN5, SOU TI CAROLINA, SATU+ O; V, 1907. THLE AUTHI-ORS OF" TIlIR LOCAL OPTION BILL. ( n.Jrn.l i Stte. .1.\ A. Iti P. cA1tmY. 'hle first, memberl)l of this t0in1 (1f law)c"r parliamentarniins is m r. Jamnl(t Pee'e Csrey, of Pi-;I ns. Mr C( briia's f irirt al"t a(tr t(I iio to'01outh Carohinll wat a Caldwell, the sam1e for whom J"1hn1 Ca l+wel Calhoun wa"tts I)tlod. Mr. i ar' is -f slurdy Sc'4,tceh-Iri'h Stouk. Hi. is a direct, lesc"ildalnt n hIIf: mother's s:ido from the K' nclky pioneer, Datnit "-'Bi1)ntl." Ie Wat horn at oil Pickents court house, in Oront(" co111n%ty, in April, l 1858. HI" w'rked on !he farm un til 16 yoars of Ize ...

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. — 2 March 1907

0&'(1MY i i)uAVtg Con~mpny ilon $1.00 Per Annum. vrtising Rates Reasonable. fokens Fostoinee as second Class Mail Matter N PIOKENS, S. C. : IRDAY, MA1LC112, 1907. of't feel like talking, and I am Yot going to write; aould rather sit by the fire, Iorn a 't ing, -noon and night; -let the boss yell "copy," I (IoI't care a flip going to sit by the fire till I can , shako the grip. ' iere's a microbe floating 'round in space, That gives us all the grip; home's in frozen Russia, But it's o'er here on a trip. le's a hustling, busy fellow, From the land of Shoboloff, A.ad when he gets a grip on you you'll Cough, Cough, Cough. Mr. Jas. Thompson, wayor of Walballa, died on the 21st ult. le h)ad been si3k only two weeks with t grippe. Mr. Thompson was 37 years of age and had been mayor of Walhaha three years. The funeral t ook plaee Monday. If the sheriff, magistrates and con :.ables fail to keep down the trade '1 "booze," the constables will be put. Lack. We would prefer the consta ules t...

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. — 2 March 1907

1A us sentinel-Journal dMa twunings of a Local and Personal Nature. to Mir. itl MVr4 1Beni jilamin S on 2:'d uil., a s'.n. ., E Thomas has move I to thul %, it evl. renting the Youu: rope, l)ori I: i r Atlbnta, av, - -.to at t< ndl -.l of c 1) ' . j1 !i - n blidrenl, of Hoi'h rsot re visit ing ley. t'wrk of Court Boggs, who ha' t,t:i 1 confined to the houso fir a wt':, was on the streets again We T'-re vas no court this week, ow. iv to the illlNess of Judgn (Gar.. A dj< irieed Tlesd'y% until Monday, M:tch 4. ' Ia Ary Folger, widow of thl l,ttt Dr. Fi^e"r, of Icasley, and + im is ni her 94th year, is report.e dlatc;erous1ly ill. 1.. Ben La 13oon h is been cot, I u Ito the house.ten days with a c. , ,licatt.ion of dlis"ca,es. Htl a <:1 :.. iy imnproving 2 r. J Er mnet Christ< p>r al br,Ufr c tine ov.:' from -Cat echev, lday, on a visit to friendsl: n in tLe sights at, tho "Hlb." '+; F e mno & Co. are plucir " Ib r , d , tnl are in lthe mrkot fim are of the trade,and...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 2 March 1907

FARI our competitc to be "just a, original Fish buyers should This is the or Norfolk, Va. AColum bla, s. C. THE SPANISH ESCURIAL. it Is a Marv4loua Specir-on of Ancici Architect<::o. The Escurinll, the pailace of the Ip:ni ish kcing, an architectural mlarv"e, l'a !merly described as the "eighth womol 4W the work1," is now seldom spok:e at eveni by those who are rv:Icly to widoe uhls rtnies:Iu tures. The cornerstone ofl Ithis *" iym lah St. Peter's" was Ilail by l1'hilip 11 In 11563, but it was 302 years i(l.s5 h fore the monstrous bmuilkinag was lire nounced finicshed. It was builtl by 1'h i sM i in 11ulfIilment of at vow to "evnelt finest monastery InI the worbi" sh/ 1 his forces be successful In theip' m hattle with the F?rench. iTV ge Was fought at St. Quentin 1 "t hattl 157,St. Lawrence day, n I Aug. 11 'o oor that saint as rv n in orclc r" Lr ow the king had -I as to fulli of his great 1uemo' the foundlatio hiapo of a gridiro h 'ld off in tli torture upon wh the Implement &l...

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

A Boston weak and sickly. His arms v He., didn't have a entire body. The physici the fanily for thi Scott's EmulJ NOW: To feel ti < would think he w blacksmith. . ALL DRUGGISTS How Much C For Ymt * Yonu aIr a farler. You live S Let its say that you owi mlore ti; a hundIred aiert'X. "+1fw iniuch )11 O 141 you get per I.an<l vI hIiit':t1I:'ve riVenl hately .+ :h 1is;(ni as y"ull think it :-:hotl? *+ Yo'(ur" hunl is T:n.! Latul. 'Yc 1"l)r(' r thmi) an11yb)Oly It : Oflered A man b1uyi1g farm land n 44)" 1hthivin , ) up to (alt(' town. 11 ' r'(i . lie wn:t:l good c.r thr"e' miles frot town. .\ *, t'nrl,l Ih.u: r t t ka \.; ivlu uch lik yours is three muliles "'{t alln I w ie' as pro-spCloius a sr lti; tow n'. Ip :., were . 1ing to buyl:i\ a ,1:ll'm1 I)t O Mr y O \wn v+t olvean:.wohn' o I ,+iv~ tR 0 (!. )- ll ' Ol I1 yol u(l j .ba a wi e' l'J mIlre 1,o 1t o hiin.-1 ut:llr the tOwn"i that 1. .: :ii.' as lar; mln ( twie , $i: f1o-.e you1 would. 1-wd whatIl 1lmkes a r e ~i Oneyl; in l'...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 2 March 1907

FOOT WE AR The worrian wearing QUEEN QUALITY kno .t : has on a shoe that cannot in Style, and Fit, and Wea by any other woman in t no matter what her means QUEEN QUALITY the bottom of a shoe is a G1 the shoe represents the hi Shoemaking. The woman who wears QUALITY also has the s( wearing a shoe that fits the in all parts, not like the co me-down shoes fitting o: QUEEN QUALITY are m newest shapes in all widt can fit you no matter w. shape you require we have QTALITY wear untill you pair, ask some of your friej worn a pair. We want to show you thJ line of of shoes. We ktow" what they are a Confidklnce In them and know CO.;toiier gainedd for QUEEN , p*inn ot be hid iced to buy any otlhr 'right they feel right and they w last. but not least they satisfy th a eQ h E A T -fBJ his for5 iLEADERS IN LOW PRICES -t7, StL blD ve-io - We ae cosin ou ou ENTLIRE STOCK of 'at prices that are 1i'SS TI I.\N Hal thLAtia S(lIiing Xaluie. The styles are a linie oh(1l)but the~ g.ooId ar Stale~ WVe have ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 9 March 1907

Ismail TVOLE SFNTINEL. XU _ -Lutered April 23, 1903 at Piokens, S. 0., as second claua natter, wider act of Cougros of Mtaroli , 1879 VOL. XXXVI PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, SATURDAY, TIARCH 9 1907 NO. 41 m .nTOnrnOPS ILL rn rnrN' ROAOF I -' -N -- -r U14UU10CU IMUDEM1 GO THROUGH TRAIN One Passenger Killed; Another Seriously Wounded. THV MAN SLAIN WAS A NEGRO There Was Only a Few Passengers on the Train and the Robbers Did Not Secure More Than $100. Posses Trailing 'Robbers. Pittsburg, Kansas, March . 5.-A Missouri Pacific passenger 'crain which left here MIonday was held up by two men in disguise, and Lou Jeff, a ne gro miner employed at Camp 31, of the Central Coal and Coke company, was killed because he protested, and W. L. Westiake, of Toledo, Ohio, who, with his wife an4 two children, had been visiting relatives in Kan aks, was shot through the hand by a stray ahot t'hat had been fired at the negro. There were few passen gors on the train, and the robbers se cured only a little over...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 9 March 1907

l Soltlll-Jourllal - VER! SATURDAY MOiNINO. -BY h Sotntnel-Journal Company, TOMPsoN & RIoHEY. PnoPs. J. L. O. THMPSON. EDiO. Aubeoripbtiou $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rates Reasonable. 4 'Entered at Pickens Fostonleo as Second Class ; Man Matter PICKENS, S. C.: f SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 107. Where, 0 where, has that little dog P( cC gone? Where,, 0 where, can lie be? a The dog tax raises nary a howl ;;I wonder if the yaller dog's free! ;;.~ cc 'Where is the man who pins his tU faith to the groundhog, the corn w shuck'and the gooso bone? fi Congressman Legare seems to be d< one man who has found the soft side of Uncle Joe Cannon's nature. ti( Apparently it is still a toss-u) ca whether the government or the con. tractors will dig the Panama canal. The ma'n from the Pacific slope , still keeps ahead aid blocks every move of New York's famnous lawyer. Magnanimous Rockefeller is bless- in ed with the grace of being able toi give altnost is easily as ho is to take. The Baltimore Sun s...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 9 March 1907

H E SENTINEL=JOURN Entered April 23, 1903 at Piekene, S. 0., ae second clam matter, under aot of CougreH of Mareb 3, 1879. VOL. XXXVI PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, SATURDAY, I1ARCH 9, 1907. NO 4 HOW MUCH FERTILIZER 'TO APPLY. The question, "How much fertilizer should be used per acre?" cannot be an swered definitely, but only in it general way. It is sometimes put in this form: "What is the most profitable amount that aaiay be applied per acre?" Neither can the question in the amended form be exactly and accurately answered. The soil, its character, condition, preparation, etc., may be well known, or controllable factors, but we know not what the sea sons may be, says lion. R. J. Itedding, Director Georgia Experiment Station. De partment of Agriculture, in the Virginia Carolina Fertilizer Almanac. We know that some crops will bear larger anounts of fertilizers with reason able assurance of proiltable returns than may be expected of other soils. A crop that occupies the soil from the fall...

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. — 9 March 1907

S.. ty+ 1 1 . r tG E O R G E B A R I Cpmyflht, io, by Herbert 8. Ston go, ir, responded Quinnox. .] "I'd like to know why there isn't! I am.just as guilty as Lorry." I "The duke charges the crime to but - "one of you. Baron Dangloss, will you read the warrant?" The old chief read the decree of the princess slowly and impressively. it was as follows: Jacot, duke of Mizror, before his God and on his life, swears that Grenfall Lorry did foully, maliciously and designedly lay 1 Lorens, prince of Axpha.in, on the 20th day of October, in the year of our Lord 189- and in the city of Edelweiss, Grau 4tag . It is therefore my decree that Grenfall Lorry be declared murderer of Lorenz, prince of Axphain, until he be proved innocent, in which instance his ac cuser, Jacot, duke of Mizrox, shall forfeit his life, according to the law of this land providing penalty for false witness, and z:,by which he himself has sworn to abide ;aithfully.1 Signed, YETIVE. s There was silence for some moments, br...

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. — 9 March 1907

been sick they ne ion.to bring bac But the strongest Emuls ion is that sick to get results fr< It keeps up the atl 0 thin people, makel brings color to a pale vents coughs, colds ar Food in concentra well, young and old, r And it contains no ALL DRUGGISTS A Washington Birthday Dinner Given Ly Junior Class of Winthrop N, & I. College. Yon IIhavo often ble~lI t off n r f (-oul,i g tchoo1 W hllre we pr"nctil2. tine( a tef-k The tt ti that are. l"hiltitr to make a TO It mU)n worth whilte to sw( k; Where wo Iarn the Ii:, st, broad to bake, To roast, to ttoast, a111d all Ihf r. iq ; Ho V the 1ihes we have luarned to make We servo in state to stOt)ely guests Well, perhaps you'll list(', now, While I tell of otur ltate"-t ft:te 'Twast: t Wainglt~t,'.+ birthdlay dtin ter -- (Oh, tht" tusk was Vert :,re,lt!) We il vited as 'Gourg.-" anl "\Marthal" A dear old co uple, the %'hile O ' r 'her g a V. tn kin l all) In :ld t:uunill l ihaI. Axsai9ds we served itt tiey c'ap", e1111 t1 b CF'ue" ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 9 March 1907

7 a f or Ti RC rj REG1STERgp -4.t -. F. S. ROYS' PLAYING CARDS. Peouliarities of Those Used by the Different Nations. "One of the most interesting collec tions of foreign loot that I've seen recently," said a man ordinarily too busy to make the trip over the seas himself, "is an assortment of playing cards from various parts of She world. "In every country the owner of the collection visited-and he went to a good many-picked up cards of local manufacture and so represen.tative r1 the nation. "The Russian cards are perhaps the most elaborate. The faces of the kings and queens are different in each suit, indicating the racial elements that go to compose the empire. "On the Greek cards clrssicul heroes -(and heroines are represented. Nestor, for example, Is the king of hearts and Or*-stes the knave. Agamemunon is the king of clubs, Hercules the jack of splades and Minos and Danae the king and queen of diamonids.-' 'The Greek l)ack is rather a clhqi one and scarce ly does honor 'to fhe ...

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. — 9 March 1907

Pickens Sentinel-Journal Happenings of a Local and Persona Nature, Little Miss Etbeleno Gantt is quit< unwell. Little Miss Malanee Thornley i quite indisposed. See change of ad of Bolt & Cc They talk garden seeds.. rn on the 2d instant to Mi rs. Amos Dodgens, a daughter rshall Parsons was on a visit ti t:.her, B. F. Parsons in Picken " eek. '"'hat's in a name? You wil when your communications dt .ot appear for lack of one. --See ad of Folger, Thornley A Co.. They talk Spring goods anc will treat you right tn every deal. -Mr. J. T. Anthony left Tuesda for a trip to Texas and Oklahoma and if he likes, will buy and setti there. It is a poor excuse of an old hen i permitted to run loose in a town tha can't make at least one enemy out o a good neighbor. Mr. Henry Williams of the ens side of the coun'.y, drove a fine mar to town Monday whereupon it sici cued and died during the night. Moore & Mnuldin talk to you thil week about cotton planters an turn plows and the time is near...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 9 March 1907

O 0 TI QUJ El has on H. in Sty by an no ma Qi the bo the sh Shoern Th QUAI wearir in all: me-do V ~ QUEI newesi can fi shape QTAI pair, a worn We line of We confidei costomf cannot 1 right th last but * I!, CtL DERS IN nooga" Plar 'his planter is guarant Avy made and Superior to : 4cr pfl circumstances and co *this planter consists ol eory short tongue with whic rowe.d is so light and han with ease. The seeds arec thetsby saving a great deal ,rices and terms very we guarantee this planteri Full Line of the niooga Turn 12 all Kinds Jus D~eaer in General Merc ~* TWE ARi Le woman wearing a N QUALITY knows .a shoe that cannot be le, and Fit, and Wearin r other woman in the tter what her means ma JEEN QUALITY sta ttom of a shoe is a Guard oe represents the highe .aking. .e woman who wears the JITY also has the satis ig a shoe that fits the to parts, not like the comn wn shoes fitting only 'N QUALITY are madE shapes in all width 1 t you no matter what you require we have it, ITY wear unti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 16 March 1907

_THE SUINLJ,RNL E I butNerTEJ - le . . - vde r . re " ul arob , 1879 . VOL XXXVI PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, SATURNAY, MIARCH 16, 1907. N 4 MURDERS, 2 ROBBERIES. Birmingham Makes This Record in 2 Hours. Birmingham, Ala., Mcl. 11.-Fou murders and awo highway robberie is the record for Birmingham an vicinty within 'the twenty-four hour ending Sunday night. J. P. Billons was shot and kille by his stepson, Jno. Riley, at Helen bess at an early hour Sunday morn ing. An unknown white man was foun murdered in a field Sunday afternooi near Short creek. One man has bee] arrested charged with the crime an officers are on the trail of another. Bragg Thomas, a negro, was mur dered by an unknown man near Ox moor Sunday afternoon. Will Alexander, another negro, bru tally murdered his wife Sunday af ternoon at Fossils, on Red mountain south of the city. F. H. Carpenter, an aged farmer while driving across the mountain of Sunday night, was held up and rob bed of all the money he had. One negro in the ...

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 March 1907

"7TT GEORGE BA :bPWrght, 1901, by ilcrbcrt S. S S,,anely as his greedy eyes careen Ug the last line. There was no gttre, but in every word he saw ace, felt'the touch of her dear 1, heard her timid heart. beating for -for him alone. Rapture thrilled n from head to foot, the delirious Lt Pture of love. He could not sp,eak, ,O OVerpowering was the joy, the sur P' se, the awakening. bebyl Whispered Quinnox, his face r t . with pleasure, his finger quiver t, c as he pointed commandiugly to Ad the letter. ey what!" asked Lorry dully. The last linel" He hastily reread the last line and -,en 'deliberately held the precious mis Saive over the lamp until it ignited. He S.'Would- have given all he possessed to have preserved it. But the last line commanded, "Burn this at once and in the Presence of the bearer." "There!" he said regretfully as he crumpled the charred remnants be ' tween his fingers and turned to the si lent watchers. "Her crime goes up in smoke," mut terea Dangloss sententiousl...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 16 March 1907

VI S NTINa:J R spAIj E utored A pril 23, 1903 tt P ickens, S. ., as second : - .attcr, o it. uc- a r, ( u R o . .-' 3, 1879. VOL. XXXVI PICK[EN5, SOUTH CAROLINA, 5ATUIOAY, r1ARCH 16o 1907. IFarmers' Unionl Bureau of Iii forn atio u. t -Condute by the- t South Cnrolinu Fariners' Editeatlonal and Co-Operative Union. Ucin un irlt int itledcl for thiv del,ar wuent should be addressed .t o J. C. Stribling, Pendleton, South Carolina. Here are some good rules to paste - up in your books to be road out the first thing at the beginning of the t business feature of your mueetirags: 1. Are we union men? 2. Do we know that to be good Union men we must submit to the will of the majority? 3. Have we come together for the 4 purpose of combining our strength for the good of the fraternity as a whole, or have any of us assembled for self-aggrandizement of pecuniary interest of individuals or cliques? 4. Have we come together for the purpose of hunting up good things to talk of for our benetit, or ar...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 16 March 1907

tl ~ ~ 1 ,' y ent el-Journa ORx rATIIRDAY MOnNINO -BY--.. tttlue1Journal Company. d> oN & Rionia, PxIors. THOMPSON, EmIon. iption $1.00 Per Aunum. d ~vertising BRates Reasonabbi vt P i oke n s F o s t o f l cc e a s S e c o n d C i * Mall Matter PICKENS, S. C. : SLTURDAY, MAICII 16 1907. SIf::the newspapers of the countr ind refused to publish the proceet i gs in the Thaw case, the case woul laV 'eoded weeks ago. f the man who works ton hours day, wears overalls and a hickoi hirt and his wife wears calico, ho does it bappen that the man wl never s,orks at all wears broadctol ''ud his wife wears silk? Now, supposing that Rockefelle and, the ;Other money kings, all tt big corporations. trusts, etc., shou deoide that they were tired of beiL Oagg?4, had money enough anywa -and "shut up shop"--what then? A writer in the 1'hiladelphia Prei -contends t1'at gossip in the countr towns ie not nearly as prevalent as i the best social circles in the cities *nor is it so vicious. If it be...

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