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P UBISIIET) EVERY THURSDAY MORNINU
The Sentinel-Journal Company.
TrOMPsoN & RIcuHEY. PitoPs.
J. L. U. 'IoMl'SON, EDITOR.
Subscription $1.00 Per Annum.
Advertising Rates Reasonable
Entered at P'ickens rostbrIce as Second Class
'ICKENS, S. C. :
THURSDAy, i1ARCII2 S 1907.
Old Wintor has gone--the village
Will go to swasbing the sidewalks
'T'he bees and the birds and the grass
Bid us good morning, with a "How,
The Frost King robber-he has no
Made s seen a1 Qur uionee fai
Anti gebtle 8t1 ,now it has cemt
iM us as poor as it did before.
To bring up a child in the way hi
should go, travel that road yoursell
The Macon News thinks that Fair
banks was a rather cold propositiot
to introduce int. three red-hot S
Patrick celebratiions in Chicago.
Secret societies continue to it
crease in membership. There
something in secret societies that al
peel very stronily to a married ma1
After nine weeks of the Tha
trial, we are led to believe that Tha
is al-out as sane as some others i
the case. To a man up a tree son
of the lawyers themselves are "bu
It is ia sure sign of prosperit
plenty of work and good wages whe
the newspapers are filled with tl
accounts of strikes. Workmen dor
take any chanes when work is sear(
and no demand for labor.
Since Mr. IIarriman started tal
ing on the witness stand he hr
kept on talking, his latest then
being the rebuilding of the railroad
of the country on a six-foot gaug
says the Baltimore News. Thore al
millions in it.
If I had John Rlockefeller's mone'
what a man would I be, and wh3a
sights would I see, if I had Uncl
John's money. Catch me givin
away millions. No, air. I woul
hide every dlerned cent of it awvayi
an old stocking~j, buy me a $12 suit<
clothes, take a day' off and go fishinj
if I had Uncle John's money.
Trho Birmingham Ago-Herald say
that "those who think the adminii
tration (meaning the Roosevelt I e
gime) is above and bey5nd the pov
erful New York influences, do n<
nnderstand the situation. An ai
ministration that quails before Lb
standpatters would surely fline
when New- York said 'No.' Wa
street has long conducted this go'
ernment, and its grip is as strong r
it has ever been, and that grip wi
never become weakened until Wil
ina Jennings Bryan becomes preo
XVhi!o the rmanipulators of th
trusts, ralilroi(ds, corp)orations ani
the party leaders~ mhay be opposed t
I}oosevelt, it is eviden t that t h
wielder of the ' "big Mie Imhs a warn
place ini the hearts of the rank ant
ill of ii thei'publican party. C
34*4 peial cardsll senlt "ii 1y I h
Evening Alail to Repu)lbliesn vot(er
in1 New \Wrk counIty thme replies inv(
thme renomina1U) t ion! of lBoos0v,i d
spite his refosail, the0 percentag
being as 3 to 1. Those going o
record asi opposing hlis renominatic
for the most part using the thm
term as an argument.
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