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FROM OUR COF
Misses Calla Chapman and Pearl
Smith returned to Chicora College
Miss Ada Goudelock is clerking for
J. F. Bannister.
Miss Fannie Harbio, of Seneca,
has charge of the millinery store of
Mrs. Rosa Callaway.
Clayton Smith has moved to town
to school his children.
C. E. Bush's new residence is
nearina P~nn 'F1 completed
Fannie and Amber, the two young
children of W. J. Bogge, who have
been sick with scarlet fever, are
Oh, these busy work.daysl how re -
leived the housewife feels when the
last glass of jelly has been made and
the last jar of fruit, and vegetabes
canned. I had a niece visiting me
last week and after watching me can
tomatoes, she said, Auntie, why will
housekeepers worry to put up vege
tables and things to be eaten through
the winter? I reminded her of the
busy bee. I detest pie making too,
and try to make my family think that
"pizan' things" are not good for them
but I make them sometimes, because,
1 love my family and try to provide
for their pleasure.
I read with pleasure the Seutinel
Journal editorial on "The Old School
house." I asked a friend once if she
had read a certain editorial, she said,
"No, I ne,.er road what the editor
has to say." I said to her, my-friend
many times you miss the cream and
only drink the "bluejohn." Every
one to their own notion you know.
No, "Clevie,' I did not get mad at
you, for I think a loving crilicism
as I took yours to be-does us good
sometimes, causing us to correct our
Perhaps Clevie, I could write at
some length on the subject you
touched upon last week, I say that
perhaps as I am net gifted with the
art of tart expression and I would not
know whether I could pen them
the thoughts, I mean --or not, so ![
1u1m uur aves bravely and patiently
as heaven has ordained it for tus:
knowing that we have~ denied -eur
selves for conscience rake shall b3e en.
?oyed not only in this life, but in 'the
life to come, in an exhalted degree
with measure upon measure of saded
bliss when we receive our just re
ward. While wve are living such lives
we are exerting, perhaps all unconsci
ously, an edevating over others. Whby
eay more on this subject if [ -could,
for is it not the short discourse or
treaties that stick to memory's taillet?
Now, I have never read "P'etearch
and Laura," for if I hai1, do not thiunk
I would have remembered one-half,
but a friend gave me a synopsis a
score of years ago, and I think I
coald give it word for word, so it is
the short and to the "pint" pieces
that stick. Clevie, if you have never
read "Petrarch and Laura," I will
send1 a synopsis to the editor, and he
will, no doubt, sOudl it on to you, that
is if you wvani it. Petrarch, too, was
Could a wyord of mine, Clevie, cause
the muse that is in your talent to
shine forth in print, you should have
P. S.--Mr. Editor, would it bo out
of place to send a cure for rhieuma
tismn that I have run a.'ross. It is
guaranteed. I will send it if it is
not out of place next time. D.
[Certainly, soend it along. The col
umns of this paper are open to all, for
all, for the benefit of all, and any
thig. whether it be a noble thonuh
Ihe telling of a brave deed, the giv.
ing of a r-cipe to cure our ills or to
fill the'inner man, is solicited and will
find a p'ince in these columns.] - El)
Helll here I come again with the
news from our section. 'Ihe farme's
are getting along fine gathering cot
We had a nice rain Sunday night
which did turnip patches much good.
Mrs. John Vollrath of West Union,
was the quest of her aunt, Mrs. W. A.
Hendricks last Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. U. L. Willimon, who has been
very ill with fever is much better at
Miss Sophia Mauldin visited at the
home of Miss Anna Pickens Satur.
day and Sunday. Say, boys Miss An.
na sure will make you have a good
Born unto Mr. and Mrs. Harve Da.
vie, a fine girl.
No, Mr. B. I am not picking cot
ton to day, I just thought I would
write some t) the goad old paper and
inform the good people what we are
al doing in our little burg, Say, Mr.
B., why don't you send in the itemb
from your little town of Cateechee?
Rev. Joe Davis has put his Gospel
tent at the Line Gate about a mile
Miss Canna Alexander, of Ste-vart.
visited at the horme of her sister,
Mrs. C. L. Willim-non, Sunday last.
Mr. Glenn Stewart has treated
bituRelf to a new top buggy.
Miss Sophia Mauldin and her
friend Miss Anua Pickens, viEited at
the bomne of Mrs. Frank Mauldiu, of
Dalton, Suuday and reported a fiue
Boru unto Mr. and 'Mrs. Coat
Stewart, a fine girl.
The little child of Jack Merck is
so improved as to be able to be out
Clayton Willimon had a cottori
picking last Friday in which 36
hauds took part.
Mrs. Lobt. Mauldir, who has been
very Rick. is much improved.
Clayton Arnold was visiting hip
Grandma, Mrs Lula Alenuder or
the King's sectiou lat week.
1 amn like (he gi said to me one
time, she6 said she could think of at
heap to write to her fellow, but whien
rime w ould come to wvrit, eshe would
forget all. Old Riddle.
Mr. Chow hais a pafssio'n for curIos,
but was t able to distinguishi a genI
ulneo article from a spurbaus one. One
day a deatler came to himn wishing to
sell the ineiuer bowl of IEmperor Shun
(B. C. 2235), the rod with whieh the
Duke of 4Ghow (about B. 0. 1122) flog
godl Pak Kamn, and the gmat on which
Confuelus sat (B1. C. 551). Mr. Chaow
sold all hse worldly possesions and
purchiased .them. Iholding the bowl
in his left hand, clutching the rod in
his right hand and carrying the mat
up)on his back, hie went a-round begging
for a copper coini or King WVoo (B. C.
1122).-Froyn the Chinese.
"Willie, d1id you 1put your niekel in
the contribuitioni box In Sunday school
"No, mmmnaji. I ast lEdiew L:ke. the~
preacIhers son, if. I couldn'tI keIp it
ani' spenld it fer~ Cand(y, anu' he give Jme
thought aind of s'peech ar1e t: npeingh
with somethuing miore powerful tha
Consumption is less d
Certain relief and us
wilt result from the efollo
Hope, rest, fresh air
Will cure any case o
beyond the, reach of mei
Pickens Drug C
Value of the Spirit of Compromise in:
If 'marriage meant the wedding of
a saint and an angel there would be
no problems to solve, no perfections to
attain, no progress to make. This may
be why there are no marriages in
On earth it Is diferent. Husband
and wife are strongly human. No mant
ter how lovingly united or how sweet
their hecord, they never have the same
tenmpernments, tendencies or tastes.
Their needs are different, their man
ner of looking at things is not identical
and in varying ways their Individuali
ties assert themselves. At any critical
moment if both express at tie same
time a desire to defer to the other's
taste the result is foreordained-hap
piness. This makes amatrimnony not
merely union, but unison and unity.
The spirit of compromise does not
mean a continuous performance in the
way of self surrende and self sacri
tice; it does not nean ceasing to be a
voice an1d( becoming au echo; it (oes
not imply or justify the loss of indi
viduality. It umans siuply the in
stinctive recognition of the best way
out of i difficulty, the quickest tacking
to avoid a collision, the kindly view of
tolerance in the presence of weakness
and errors of another, the courage to
meet an explanation half way, the gei
erosity to be irst to apologize for at (Is
cord, the largeiness of 111ind thit does
not fear a sacrifice of digniity in sur
rendering in the interests of tihe high
est harmony or1he two rather than the
Seeing the Sights.
Ev'en in these days of liberal educa
tion the younig women sometime show
hlow confused are the ideas shut up in'
their heads. Illustrative of tils is tire
native blunidrer which Edmiondo de
Amicis recounts in his story of a voy
age fromli Genoa to Buenos AVres:
The captai of the steamer whlch
numbered Ile chrinlug young lilun
derer amuonig its paseigers imet ler
on1e m110roriIg aid said:
"8ggnorlui, we cross the tropic of
"Oh, iildeed!" she( Cried with eithiu- r
siasimi. "Then we shall see soliething t
A Zulu Rain Charm.
The Zulus employ ia rain charm which
is very remarkable considering their
usual fierceness aid cruelty. rihy
catch a bird, and after the tribal wiz
ard has consclrate( it and 11111(1e it 1
"heaven bird" they throw it into a
pool of water. In spite of their own
indifferenice to the suifterings of ant
nials they believe that the sky. which
they conceive to be a personality, will
be full of woe at the deatlh of tie bird
and <lrop sympiathlle tribute in show
ers of rain.
Keep to the Right.
Bishop01 Wilberforce wans out driving
onei day whten a main Oil horseback
stoppedI him arid, thinking to have a
"Excuse me,. bishop, but could you 4
tell mec tire road to hea ven'
"'Certaily. sir," the bishop answer
ed4. "Turn to the right anid keep
Makes IKidneys and Bladder Right
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C IT A TION.
STATE 0OF SOUTH CAROLINA,1
County of Pickens.
By J. B. Newbery, Probate Judge: I b
W HEREAS, D. C. Tompkings
..ter made suit to me to grant him ?
leterio A~in~uistr.tionr of thre estate
and effects of Johni H1. Labion.
These are threrofone to cite and admon
ishl and 4515 sigular ti hi kindred and1
creditrs of' i' ~sm i- l oh H. Labooni,
deet'IUise 1, I i ha I beoy b)e and1 .p m' r bforie
at P ickenI o the (i 171h da4 iy of Oc)t. niext,
af ter liuihh ioun .1 re4 I of' 4. ati, 11 o'4 oe..k ini
the forenooii, to) show' eanrst, if anly they
have, whiy the id~i Admhm istiatron
ihnotld not lbe grnle4.
( aivein under01 m.l\ .4nd tis, lire 5th
day of Out., Ainno Doinii 1907.
J. P'. N wm.:n', [Seall
J1. P. P.* C.
eadly than it used to be. b
ually complete recovery
Ic ANn $2.00nnI
f Kidney or Bladder Disease nc
licine. No medicine can do more
ornpany, Pickoe, Parken's Pharmacy, Li
Allen's Kidney Root is on
?emedies made for Kidne
Price $1.00 The Bottle.
Sold and Recor nmended bi
Chartered Under the Laws of E
G N, C. Boleman, President; J. J. MeSwain, Vi<
en. Treasurer, W. P. licks, Gen. Secretary.
The Carolina Mutual is a Home Institution and al
ient hayie been arranged with special reference to
on of its policy holders.
Chapters have been organized in Greenville, At
urgand Cherokee counties. The Anderson (hapt
hi1apters are growinlg very fast. One thousand n
V1 healthy white people from 15 to 00 years of ag<
Entrance fte: 15 to 30 years of age $., 30 to 40 $5
sment at death $1.15. Any applicant for men
hnpter Ie or she desires to be placed in.
W. P. Hicks, Secretary Greenville Chtpter: J. C
'hapter; R. J. Gant, Secretary Spartanburg Chapt
This is ahs-dutely a Ho:.-e Institution. Why list
kave a better and cheaper institution at your own t
The money to pay each death claim is aliways on
n the county whiere the Chapteris loc ated. C >uIld
JOU NTY TR1EASURiEE'hi NW'INI E
O1lice of Conunty T'reasmi
1'Te books for the collection of State and Coni
5th 1907, to December 31st 1907. Those whlo prel
y, 1908 with one perI cenUt, thlitionail ; thoso who pre
ut do so w'itha 2 per cet additioni d; those who' pret
in 15thI of ioaid month can do so by paying an addi
ate the b ooks -wyill ciose.
N . R.-Tatxpaiyer~s owning property or paying I
>r tax receipt mi each townshtip or special school di
wvn property. This is very importatnt as there nre
ThoMn wh~o do not wish t, come to the office ci
smber 25) anud I will furnish you with the amount
y check, money order or registeted letter. If stan
.>(2) cents as I caunnot use them. Please do tnot,
?riig uiame, nit it is liable to be lost; if sent othienvi
Levy for State tax - .- ;
" "Constitution School tax 3
" "Ordinary County tax 4
" "Sinking Funiid . 1
"I" Pst Indebtednoess, 1.4
""Chain Ganog. - 1 3-4
"~ " jKeowee Bridge' 3 8
Total, 14 7.8
Sp~ecial L'vy for Nehiool IDistrict No:
Sp' ciil Levyv for Schtool istrict No.
Sp(eamI Levy for Sehool I )islrict No.
Spe ucialI Levy lor Seitol DiIislriet No.
Special 1Lievy for Schtool D istruict No.
Special Levwy for School is ri et No.
Special Levy for Shtool Ditstrict No.
Special Levy for Schooi~ I bstric~t No.
Spcial Lev;y for Schtol ii st rict No.
Speciml Levy fotr school IDistrict No.
SpecialI Levy for Stiltool D istrict No.
.SieciaI Levy for Schlool D1 istrict No.
Levy for interest ont Piecens R. Rt. Bonds, Hurn
Lev'y for interest ont Piekens IR. R1. honds, Eas
Levy for imterest ont P'ikens Rt. Rt. bonds, Picket
Poll tax, $1.00. Every tmalc citizein frorn 21 to
Jerate soldiers, whIo do not pay ater 501 years, and
Commuta lion Roadl Tax, $1.50. A'll p~eroni
08, in lieu of hive (5) days' work on road cant do so
rsons between the ages of 21 antd 50i years are lI
eutsed by lawv.
Capitation D~og Tax. All persons owvning dlogt
cents on each dog, Respectfuhl
C esC2) i.Aj.&4 ''.hO
Do not risk having
pi Bright's Disease
,e or Diabetes
e of the very best
e-President; H. J. Southern,
li the details of its mna1ge
the convenience and protec.
derson, Greenwool, Spartan
wr is nearly full, and the other
emhers constitute a Chapter.
are eligible to miembership.
40 to 50 $0, 50 to 610 V7 aF
iburship can designate which
Payne, Secretary Aniderson
er; W. Ml. Austell, Secretary
are in other states when you
hand1( and1( deposited in a bank
anRy place be safer?
F T'AX COLL~ECTlN(
er, Pickens~ County, S. (I.
k~ens', S. (I. Sept, 30th, 1907.
*y Tax will lbe open from Oct.
or to do as can) paiy in Janna
fer paying in Fobruary 19(18
(r i nying ini March 1908 to
tieual 7 per cent. Aftor saioX
ax for otheirs will please aik.
strict in whiCh ho or they to .y
so manny special school dis
iwrite mne (uot later tihan D~e..
dufo, and they can remit om
ips arc sent do not send above
send me cash wvithout re K
so it rntt he at sendors tisk ,
5, 2 mills
9, 4I5 mills
10, 1.. millIs
11, 5'. mills
13, 0~ 'gills
141, -1 mills
1i;, 2 umills
19, 2 mills
23, 2 mills
31. ;' mnilh;
12, 2 mlillM
49, 2 mills
'iano '.Lownshmip, 2 Ia
is 0.II. Township,2
60 years is liable ex .
I those excuised be*I.
Sdesiring to puay thi I l. . r
beOfore Mac tel . 1 90..
able for tis tixex -ip,.:6,4,
arc req j i' i to lay a Iao