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-From Our Correspondents,
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waaro-u the 3d inst. the warehouse A
-w",GQght tire and burned and damaged 0
- Aiat 800 bales of cotton.
TIWheNorris Co. have recently built t
home4 -room and four 4-room houses.
I ViNppe of bad luck the will cobtin- e
_.esaztoran and the place to improve h
rmander the efficient management of
eipresident, T. M. Norris,
10Awteehee is simply an ideal place.
NXWhoever samples our breadi and cakes q
Ad drinks one cup of water, be just s
-stay..away-he is bound to come t
Mm0nthenight of the warehouse fire 0
.P," Leopard, in starting the 1re a
&utMp, slipped, and to save himself
..brew.bis right hand in the gearing
.'oathe pump anle out his thumb and
-avery - finger dif. Dr. Woodruff
.Adressed his wounds, and he is doing
asiies coild be expected.
AMarIel,at- 4atoeobeq, a few days ly
-Vego ay J. MOsQo Prog, N. V., Miss
. AnioStepheis. daughter of Samnuel th
'.ig8a4e, sea B.L ..Riggins, aeond
meanmeAAudy -4tiggih The lsppy
.Vn1-have the kind waishes of 'theit
%.We'eratglad "Unele Zeke" has put
aue another contest, for the young t
;'XvIieb 1eve quit coming asound to
A get the l4 . aebelor!e -vote, By the to
-way,. the . very first -bing some of
them knos the old bachelor will 0
lean over and whisper, "Will you se
vote for me?', It will only take oue tw
vote, and it would be funny if the em
old bachelor gets elected. 0
..f, Alonzo Brown says he wishes it
- -,MadeC known that as this is leap year,
wand no doubt some poor bashful boy
easy be picked up by some loquacious ti
girl., that he is still in the business &
At the -same old stand, Cateechee. V
- One doalar turns the water on the- h
-wiheel and the o~ld mill grinds out the
. stuff that -makes the young or old
naan and wife He says he is not I
-.very particular as to the place where
hquperforms the ceremony, so it is
.ongenial to the couple. He will I
form a ceremony in the road with
as much, diguh ly and politeness as
:.In the parlor.
Through ifs klIq4ness of Congress. e
smaa.Aikev, Cateeohee now gets two
Sasils .a day. M&y thanks to yon,
. Mr. <Aiken. V.e So. will surely:
a-emember you, II
Mrs. 4: Vaughn, wife of Louis
Vaughn,- an aged and respected citi
., en of.-the Camp Creek ection, died d
-on the 1st inpt, and was buried on
.the- -Fhiday . following in Camp
& litle .child of Mr. and Mre. Rt.
10. Johnstoil afe~d on the .3d lust, and v
* as buried in Camp Creek cemetery. *
J. A. W., of Norris, is still making a
trips below Easley. Apply to Jim
'for further information. B.
The .health. of our hurg .is very ,
good except bad colds, and I guess a
they are common everywhere.
Robert Dalton was the guest of
his best girl last Bunday. Bad
&'weather doesn't bother him.
R. B, Lumpkin and wife visited I
W. l0 Uurtis and family last Sunday.
WVI~ie Dalton and wife visited rel-.
.tves in the'Crow Creek section last
-M+rs. t2. R. 'Dalton and daughter,
Mliss Pearl, visited relitives in Green
- ~ville county lust wvak.
..Miss Mittie Bowen is teaching a
Eery successful sehool at Mile Creek.1
Olin Mauldin, gave his best girl a
~alI~unday, as usual.
2Iq ce of Final Settlemnent and Discharge.
I will apply to J. iB..Newbery, Prob..
-hate. Judg for Pickens- county, on the
13th day of bruary, 1808, for a finial
settemen wimy wrdOtr Sanders,
and ask to be dismissed as uardian.
'.4" ~ iW tH. 3 r aan
in'Aff eid t. water supply.
It ias market dhy. A young w
Jin who works In a downton ofMO
uildIng had hurried to the busy na
rhere a coliseum was once planne
nd had purchased Sunday supplicl
, big water tank stood iI one cornc
f the office ..where she Is muploye(
he had seen a man put ice in it fC
rinking water. That would be jut
e place for her provender.
The demure young woman's emplo3
? had sought to lave his thirst, bti
s set the cup down quickly. H
iook with auger at the icoman. Th
)muro one quaked with fear. Angr
res met timid eyes. Then came th
"I'm awful sorry, Mr. .-," sh
Liavered, "but I thought there wa
)me kind of a thing-a-U-jig in ther
at would keep it from"
She burst Into tears. le lifted tli
1, and there. met his gntze a bute
' celery, young onions, radishei, I
)und of butter, lard, veal cutlets an
He did pot stop to see the rest, as h
;hted a big, strong, black eigar-Ir
Hard t4 Pleae.
As Miss Lamson arrayed hersof I*,
e meeting of the Harvest Gleaner
e expressed her mind freely.and ful
to her Aunt Eunfee "If they tra
zsake me secretary .gain I shall ui
4 tell them just Vhat I think o
em," she said, witb. reat decision.
"Shot"rs : I onistyothi
qq, J ghaf," Instated Miss LAM
a. *?jrp vi worked Vpo them foi
P, s4 !etg" o14 they'via never ever
anybody e0e to take
tmy shoulders. Its
O11' UPilag 1pion's return Aunt Eu
me e 'op snee at her niece- and
on pu t U4 wt o(-!yv . .by.
'*PooteehD4,1 ifte( fettiO.6 O 'n' o
ain!" she said til her gqot)ipg voice
"Imposed on me!" cried Aliso Lam
n, a dull flush rising to her chese
ace. "I should thipk tey 44 1
dined the .nomination. and they
acted that little rooblus .woman right
'or my head. But there's n'o su
lng-as gratitude nowadays."-Yot's
Not Quite the Same.
A country clergyman' vouche' tg
ie truth of this story. Having arrive
t that point In the baptismal servie
-here the infant's name Is conferre
e said, "Name this chlid."
"Original Story," sahl the sponsc
"What do you say?" he asked In sn
"Ostg1a stow$, sie repeated I
"It's i very odd nami. fsn't It? Ai
'oU sure you want him called by ti
ame ' Origial Story?"
"Or' anal Story--that!s- rght."
"Is t a family name?" the ministo
"Named after his uncle, sir," explal
d the nurse.
And so as Original Story the litt
pllow was Christened. om. wee]
tter this event the minister made ti
equalntance of the said uncle-a fari
iborer In another villago-whose nan
rae Reginlal4, Story.-London Tatter.
The Frencht sua~titon's~regar'd
oaths and3 funerales are all but nur
erless. "If you meet a funeral whl
riving, you will have an accident. 1
im your drive is over unless you tui
ack," they say. Many a gambler
out. for Monte Carlo will not gamnb
bat day if he meets a tpneral. Othe
ri bet only at rouge et noir and p4
latently on the blaek. The peasen
ave at least a hundred supersttioi
bout bees. They believe (and did n
'irgil, too, or did he but chronicle It
is contemporaries?) that bees are br
f dead men's bones and Dlesh. Ti
oems to be one of the oldest of the cm
ent French superstitions. for on
'ery old tomb at Arles (found in tI
rorld famous Alyscamp) is this I
cription: "This Has Becomo the Hlon
t Unhallowed Bees." - London A
A Wasted Mlotion.
"Ladles." called the president of tl
fternoon whist club-"ia~les, It bh
e'en moved r~nd secondedl that the
h'il 'be no conversation at the cui
ables. What shall wo do- wIth the e
"I sugest that we disenl;s It wI)
"0 play," piped a shrill vbice fro
l'ablo A. and the suggestion wams ador
d.-Cieveland PlaIn Dealer.
AvarIce Is an incurable malady, a
~ver burning fire, a tyranny which e
ends far and wide, for ho who in th~
ife is the slave of money is load
svth heavy chains and destined to ca
ey far heavior chains in the life
some.-S~t. John Chrysostom.
The Grocer's Jo t.
"Most of my customers," remark<
the grocer who had been out trying
colleet some bills, "remind me of a pn
of trousoro sent to the tailor."
"flow so?" inquired the (ashier.
"Because flyey are. presst .1 for mc
ey....New York Poss.
Not Greedg). Ott
A well known cricket clb -in En
e land in the. neighborhood ot ury w
't playing it.- last match ot the senac
d on its own ground. The visitors batt4
- first, and the home team's one al
r only professional, who was a, good
- round mnan, captured seven wickets r,
r a few runs, thereby assuring himse
i of the bowlilg prize for the seaso
The batting prize, however, was st
an open question, and during the inte
val between the innings the "pro" wl
t busily engaged in helping to roll ti
e pitch. A spectator, observing this, r
( marked to one of the home players:
Y "Ton's working hard today, isi
"lye," replied the other, with d tot
e of sarcasm. "Tomi's not greedy, Pi
5 he likes a lot. Ie's got t' bowlir
0 prize, he gets paid tot is services a
I can see lie means to collar t' br
D tin' prize. I expect he'll be pinchl
a t' bloonin' pavilion next.' -London E
Fate of a Famous Library.
e The great Pinellian librutry, consi
ered at the time one of the largest aT
most valuable in the world, was pu
chased in 1000 after the death of I
possessor by a London bookseller, wl
chartered three vessels to convey It
, London. le was pursued by corsatr
who captured one vessel, and Andix
it cartes a cargo of books and man
y scripts destroyed all by caating the
into the da
There is A restaurant in Broad stres
in which nearly a thousand persor
eat during the noon hour. Each pe
"en eats what he pleases and when t
goes to the cashier's desk- anoune4
the amount of his Indebtedness.. Tt
proprietors fgure that to trust to tt
honesty of their ,patrons is a saving <
precious WaU street minutes and, b
sides. Is good business. Opee. in awhi
toeiflfjY emwpl'oyees capture a chea
One of these, a youth, was "eaugl
with the goods on" a few days as
and taken to the office of the propri
tors.. Given t"a, choke of being a
restod or goinug into the kitchen ax
washing dishes, the young man nearl
oollapsed of shame and fright. M
begged not to be arrested and r
huetantly agreed to wafsh dishies. WF
an hour or so thq eulprit struggh
with i ple of dishes in a tub of steam
r lug water. Then be was told ho migl
I depart. Now he brings his lunch fro
beme.-New Tork Press.
r Old Noah hunted up a barrel sta
and started off for the stern of the'ni
r- "WheM are you going?" asked Mi
, "I nm going to whale that boy Han
replied Noah, with a frown.
*e "Dut. my dear. the lad 1 only pla
Ic lng on his banjo."
"TeO. but It I the tune he is pig
?r "And what i the tune?"
n- -Chicago News.
le Nuremberg has over 1,700 houf
Is that were built before the seventeea
'century and 3,dilT buIlt In the seve
Steenth andl eighteenth 'centuries.
Keep Your Eye on the Yoti
11 you-take An intereat 'io yonrrri
earrier clip the coupon f rom Ibis paj
le anud send them to us with his nam~e a
.. number of route: they are worth 15 voe
., anud the carrier receiving the greata
m, number will get that b'eautful Piedmi
to -buggy o'. Feb. 1st 'P 'the 'a n- r '
Spay 0on subscription you hav. 2) 'vol
ts Women as Well as Me
ot Are Made Miserable b~
r- y IKidney trouble preys upon the mind, d
a courages and lessons ambition; beauty, vij
S.and cheerfulness se
.fnOys are out of or<
n. or dicoased.
- bedomeso prevah
that it lanot uncommr
-for a child to be bc
afflicted with weak k
-. neys. if the child ur
re . .. ates too often, if
ed urine scalds the flesh or if, when the ch
o. reaches an age when It should, be able
control the passage, it is yet afflicted w
lbed-wettIng, depend upon it. the cauce
the diffily is kidney trouble, and the Ii
sstep chould be towards the treatment
tthese Imnportant organs. This unpleas:
kidneys and bladder and not to a habit
mmnas well as men are made ms
erable with kidaey and bladder troub
and both need the same great reme<
The midand teimmediate effect~
dSwamp-Root 13 oo realized. it is a
r-by druggists, in fifty
tcent end. one dollar
sizes. Yumay have a .
sample bottle by mail'
free. altso pamphlet tell- Uome ot se*vsp.nu
nrg all about it, including many of
tohouaands. of testimonial letters recoil
trom~ sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kiln
.r i Co., Binghamton, N. Y., 'be suro
mention this papor.
Don't make any mistake, but rememl
nx- the name,. Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilme
Swamp-Root, and the address, Binghamt
N.Y.. on overv bottle.
d-Our business in 19C
r other records and w4
jeach and every one. c
-appi eciat on for thei
isWe expect to try
maE larger business UD
that can't be resistei
Mt Craig B
ON E.P.RICE C
:W. E. Freer
"AT THE OL
We wish to return
our many friends and
trade during the past
was larger than we es
it good goods and ci
any thing you will iner
us during 1908.
A happy new year
* tana G .tas
E t li eragn Swloe ing orrstde
Upthch intuin avrg ftoeorilros or eegrap
te rtefraaon. e r tn w Tahe uh
nld inthouRtthor as Ad dre ts th
e ATBRICOE Prs.,HOrOL
__lbisiuonterio A l antoga
7 has surpassed:, all
3 wish to extend tw .
o our cust omers our
r liberal patronage.
iarder in 1908 to do
I offer inducements
J by the cash buyer.
nan & co.
our hearty thanks to
customers for their
year. Our hushness
~pected it to be, and'
ose figures count for
ease your trade with
to you all..
iprnj D o.
Ibany, Ga. Branch
tes in Positions
h companIes arecos C tuihty callIng for opera
1 into This School.
rn Is the oldest a,,l largest lNusine5s College
. L. A RNOLD, Vice-Pris.