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Pickens, R D 1.
Plenty to eat In this sectioni
aund kon, healthy appetites tc
enjoy the food.
imiss Ellie Brown has been
vIy ill, but her friends are gla
to see her up again.
Miss Eunic Davis was the
guest last week of Miss Hannah
Miss Miierva Christopher vis
ited Martha McCombs, Sunday.
Mrs. Elizath Allen returned
hoimue very ill from her recent
Central, R. D. 2.
Weather fite, and the sturdy
husbandman is daily taking ad
vantage of it.
Born, unto Mr. and Mrs. W.
P. Dickson, on the 4th inst., a
Dr. J. G. Law, D. D., preach
es every third Sunday morning,
at 11 o'clock, at Old Pickens.
After several months' illness,
Mrs. Jacob Martin d:ed at her
home, near Elberton, Ga., Sun
day morning, 8th inst. She
lived several years in the Six
Mile country. Her many friends
will be sorry to hear of her
death, as she was a pure and
noble woman. M. L.
Pickens, R F D 2
'his c'oniilnity Is enjoying
Mr. and M's. Jordan Chappell
were hie guests of T. WN. Dur
ham and wife last Sunday.
Lep McKe and wife were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. R.
Steplhens- on last Sunday.
I.\. 8. P. McCarty filled his
reghn'r appointment at Gap
Hill. Sund v,.
Th f'armer. of this section
are "llg some fine work just
1-lurr'y up, "'Old Riddle," and
getV 1U*1' vorn-fake done; it is
amiroe hne with l:acon anid peas.
Mi-s Addlie McKee has been
(Iuite si'k with la grippe for the
Mi-si.' Dolen and Sadie Evans
wer the guests of Miss Addie
Mc1Kee last4 Sunday.
Theu~ boys I choose as comrades,
The girls are welcome, too;
Rut they are so suspicious,
I hardly know what to do.
:lf Icould onily get 'em started
Thle d:own grade's always sure;
:No need of more persuasior
The el a'n wi'! for aye endure.
Literly R 0 3.
Farmer s have been very busy
preparin'% their land for the
Belle, the liilie daughter of
S. A. Roper,.haus a case of i
J. P. Oantt and wife vis9ited
the latter's parents, Mrh. aund
Mrs. Thos. Gillespie, of Ander'
son, Saturday and Sunday.
Earnest McWhcorter. who had
the misfortutne to get his ankle
aj brok en, is now able to walk on
A singing was given at the
Nhome of Mr'. and Mrs. Harpem
H Iaynes, Sunday e'venling. A
'large crowd attended, and the
4occasion was hearilly enjoyed
: y all present.
arl -Regor3 anid wife v'isited
~~4~ home of the former's sister,
SB. F. Parsons, of Pic;kens.
Will Haynes now sports a new
top-buggy, and the girls are all
on the qui vive for the first ride.
J. B. 'Gantt also has provided
himself with a'isimi!lar vehicle
Come on, "Dreamer's Girl,"
let us hear from you often.
Central, R F D 2.
Mrs. Viola Young, of Easley,
spent Saturday and Sunday
with her sister, Mrs. :Annie
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Craig
spent Sunday with 0. G. Smith
Mrs. S. L. Holcombe recently
visited her daughter, Mrs. D.
Taylor, at Newry.
Misses Lula and Lily Smith
spent Saturday with their sister,
Mrs. Stewart, near Six Mile.
A birthday supper was given
at the home of Mrs. Estes Ellis,
Saturday night, in honor of her
brother, Henry Holcombe. Ev
erything was carried on nicely,
and everybody reports a pleas
ant time. LITTLE Boy.
Rev. L. T. Weldon, of Wal
halla, was circulating amon;.
friends here last week.
The women of the Baptist
church observed last week as a
week of prayer.
D. J. Greri' has gone to
mingham, A1hI, to make it his
future home. His family havel,
not yet gone, blut will join him 1
sometime in April. We regrt
to lose this excellent family, but
the best of friends mut some
times part. We wish thim suc
cess in their future hone.
A. passenger train going sotth
passed here Saturday worning.
with the top Co .ered with WnoI
How is that for peache i I
"Old Riddle," you got bet er
every letter. If I could call the
S.-J.'s writers all by their nan:e I
I'd like to say a good word for
all. "Oldweel, please spin us
a yarn; '"Daisy,'' your sru gges
tion is a good1 one, and let us all
act upon it.; "'Clevie,"' can't you I
do the subject jus;tice?
The editor wvill tini m:my~
sympathiz~ers on his commen~'t
on favoritism among.12 t'( s.
YOU certLainlyr steppe'd onI a~ g(ood
many toes, but I am'i glad you
had the courage to denlounfce
cruelty and partialityv of teachb
ers. Our to ichers do) not beat
unnmercifulily, but th ere is par'
tialty shown to such an extent
that our school has dwindled
down considerably. TrI~le is
one teachecr I hat Libe.~ ry has
had that did his duty, andi if
ever there wasi any 'fa-;orism
shown I never heard o; it- and
Iwhen a child1 got into a scrape
the was given a fair' and imnpar
d ial trial before b~eing~ punished.
1 am certain if we ~ould induce
hirmr to take up our school it
wou fd a)t patron izedl more large
ly thai't nt has this year. My
children' at least will hold in
loving retnemybrano, the name
of Wyatt O'Dell, their. first
teacher at this place,
Never fear, Mrn Editor, but
what if you lose~ one friend you
will gain two nehre~.
As an o d1 farmer permit mne
to say that I am glad: we have
some farmers that are-good agri -
culturists, but I am smnry- to sa -
that the general run of tihtm
are like the Trishman's non,
they have to get their he;
bursted before they can get t1
eyes open. All they have
to do is to oren Ihlir eyes a
There is prosperity in the la:
All you have to do is to pl1
right and cualtivate right q
produce what your family
live on. If you produce a f
barrels of flour or a few busi
of corn more thain yo can
there is always someIbody t:
can use it. I hardly ever h
the price of corn, flour, me
etc., mentioned. God crea
everything fo.. ., blessing t:
we have to u -; more than
can use is a curse rather thai
We had better be careful i
we raise it. Of course, the wc
,as to be clothed. But we i
luce entirely too much cott
[t has caused more fuss ti
mny other thing that is rai
)ut of the earth. As Mr. M.
Eester said, raising cotton a
mursing is what excluded li
rom the church, and it looks
ne like it might exclude two
To-day one-half of our far
ars are like the oldi man that ,
nad dog bit. At a certain ti
)f the year-lie had to be tie(
io is one-half of the farmi
'hey have to be tied wit[
. eat big lien, and they tak
. before the c-:op ish,1-1 ma
hen the et of the year t1
urse the liener and weary the
-elves half to death.
Farierg, you ought to kc
thead in tine. Cut close a
lve close, and you will not hi
be lien to give another ye
f you just CoulAd get out of ti
,haninel one year voi wouldI
>w u11der tho yoke. Happy
he man iha% god bless es, q
ii hoie is happy.
One-third of us farr. r ti
) pape~ :d all; we read
1ews and1 knowA niotfihig alA
vhat is going on in the woi
t is up to ts to :dw.;ys Ie posi
is Well as tl)e reNst. >0 need
he farmers to be d :o c. if tI:
tre farmers. Let us alwatys
:osted anl ready to answer
luestions that are put before
thout ou' finan 'al affairs..
vays he readly to say, "I ht
>lenlty at home and some
;pare7 The man who is
;iat chomiel canii sit by his fi
7imsel f. We. ariea all uiseful
~ath othe:. LFi eCver v m an 1
Lake care~ of him:''. and i7
71(lp ot~hers. T~' he ' )el Farn a
loes not wih to br.ak dlov
3r'ipple nor ruin any one whc
bonest at hear . I niever s:
mn hones man foraken nor
ne beggin.': bread.
Now, deaur old~ fia;mers, thi
the roaTs e- .2 oking from
sure wh:it. ;0-: pat it uinde.
you go hie:v1!ong; like you alwi
[iave dom you will go down
ruin7. Whon i.- to b1une? Mm
to loan p)ya a: hot)0iy hOtLer til
to borrow it. So) look this qu
tion squarely in the face and
the judge for youlrself.
'Pickens. H. D. 4.
F~armnierg;of t his section are r
paring thme sr'i for their crops
Mrs. N. M, Cni; of Keow
s spendiv; a\ few weekls w
71er daught'er, Mrs. WV. U. Kei
Miss In.-*z Fe~ih, a chiarnt
young I:idly. - i~t Mis;es Il
aind Irina I-Knd!.icks, Su~ni
W. F. HlendrickLs carr ied
wvir'on an entertaining trip I
ids Sunday afternoon to view his
.ot Quito a number of Oolenoy
people worshiped at Holly Spring
mt Miss Irene Hendricks visitg4l p
Ind M'9iss Inez Keith one day last V
ew Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Keith vis
1ls ited Henry Sutherland and wife
ase last Sunday.
:,.at' Hello! "Old Riddle," come
car again, your items are so inter
Mat Mrs. Nina Hendricks visited for
w her father, Dr. J. M. Crenshaw, M
Miss Ophelia Chastain, who is i
ow clerking for A. C. Sutherland, cl
rid visited home folks Sunday. 01C
ro- Grover Keith has treated him- w,1
n self to new top-buggy. He will tell
an be around soon, girls. Lookout. fin
Miss Julia Jones visited her off,
end friend, Miss Janie Chastain, Dr,
im Sunday. ha
to Wonder what has become of dol
"Dreamer?" She hasn't written the
in- anything in a long time. Write Sw
zot oftener, old friend, your items
me are so brisk and entertaining.
A singing was given at the
r' home of J. D. M. Keith, second
a Sunday evening, and quite anP
enjoyable time is reported.
Bob Keith is building a fine
residence for himself. WhenO
completed it will be one of the
>ok fincst in the up-ecountry.
nd Spring has come at last. The Ju
tve birds are singing and the flowers ou
ar. beginning to )IOoflo .
isf A leply to "Daisy ,
na Hello there! gie n 4 scat by
Daisy," as I wish to speak a
Sew 'words to her. As you have '!n
l'o Igiven those who c:hew to'oacco. L."
lit drink whisky alid use L)rofane 'I
,1. klgage some very hard raps,
ed I wllll com in theJr dfense. ed
Cor I am a tobacco-chew,'. and ens
( don't cara who knows it. Why I
did you not speak about playing I1tv
all crds, gambliig, and the like' sh
1 which are just as; bad, or~ a little of~
91worm'. Guless yo. h rpl that.
veYoua mid for all the girls to
to j n o ei e nd agree noL to 1
k a congf1any wvith any y-oi ng sal
-nwn who wvouMd get drunk, use she
Luam e o or indul-le in pr'ofane
Iangu;age. I[ will say to you, set arnd
be, ex'a...pk' andu others; will fol
o w. Mav ou use snuff, and._
Iht is; ju.4 as bad. But I hope
yo oH not.
I agree with you, however, Fi
ong one thing, and that is stop chI
writing about schooA chaps visit- mna
einand write on something
Elfred Clark has purchased a
Sank Hendricks, who has
be been very ill with the measles,
)f is much better.
ys Come again, "'Clevie,"' "Dai
to sy," "'Maybelle"' and "Gourd- 1*
ey head."' I know you all.
I- Offers Roward for Night Riders, 7:I
-ritsle, Ky., Ma.:ch 24.--The NliI- 7
o~nscouny attho.'<tes ffercol Mon
hem'ih:n ^nd, ron-v'etlen of any n'trumber
af ti e ?i.r-e '~f "' it :lders who, coldcId N
"4.ti e hon'o e o H I:'trn H oges on FyI
Ire i y n:0 0- J :'t Mm.4.~.x. Governofr
. W!'M1 n !:n.' 1:f'en ft.'dud: to offer are
X.rd of' $. 0 *er t~b :-v2''Orehen.1on and
it h . .. .. ..... ..
tia. Kil:edI in a osuntry &tore.
W i' Threl' s'), ri, g0-, flfty, diosi at
L) i~ur *n1n'e~ :v'z:.n ty , Tin r '--,.tc on II
Lay 'r-.t cu -by .-f Stiffridi-g S&aikur(' 7
''At. T* e nren riu2".rrele..; nye .a po
IltileO1 rYAe. Su.Trk'e, who clalim
hij ; TI:'.r:.cn w.as t..ying to di aw a
a p lgudi t -T.u in e a r.'restedo. The 1
) YOU GET UP
WITH A LAME BA (?
ncy Tre4bae Makes You 4sc" bl.
imost everybody who reads the : ws
cra 3 SurO to Know of the wonc rful
curcs made by Dr.
the great kidney, ver
a'nd bladdcr reme,
It is the great . di
11 cel triumnh oi the t ie-.
tec:nh century: 'is
covered after ycai of
scientific research by
SL)r. Kilmer, the mi
- nent kidney and ad
*dr specit-lizt, an is
iderfully successful in promptly cujing
le back, hidney, bladder, uric acid ttiou
' e-nd Bright's LiscasC, which is the war3t
-n of hidney trouble.
)r. Kihnr' Sw"ip-RoQt i: no- rec
m'..nd-d for e-, 'rythi.- but liyou have kid
-, liver or bladdor troub!c it will be found
t the r'nd you need. It has been t.ted
Smany ry in hospital work, In private
atice, among the helpless too poor to -ur
::e rclki and has proved so succesftu ia
ry case that a spcoial Arrangement hos
n made by which all readers of this paper
3 have not already tried it, may have a
iple bottle sent free by mail, also a book
ing mors r.bout Swamp-Root and how to
I out If you have kiIdney or bladder trouble.
en writing mention reading this generous
,r in this paper and
d your address to
Kilmer & Co.,Bing
nton, N. Y. The so &
ular fifty cent and nomoot wanip-oot.
lar sizes are sold by all good druggista.
)on't make any mistake, but remember
name, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmer's
amp-Root, and the address, Binghamton,
Y.. on every bottle.
I L VALLEY,
lysician aid Surgonl.
'We Hours 10 to 12-2 to 4
Notice of Sle
ly virtue e.f il, kdir of the Prolate
Ige. 1 will ell at my r' sidence at
rI sidence at Norris. on the 11t.h day
Aplril. 111 7. to the highvtit hi-der for
h1, all the 1'ersonnil proe 6r.1. b-a'::
to to tlhe ( State of iNt Is. .M. P. Iabir:
,decensed. . T. C . IRIe .b I se.81 .
1;:, ch :* 2t A c n, jr..;it al o.
E -Stat' of Sonth Caroli a,
C en ty of 'ick.' s,
,f B. N Probate Jui'
'ht'e*. W. E. Clark and Emlineju
rk Ia. 11,: nt, to m t ginnr. -em
-1R Of A41ill .:.Rtration cf the Estate
I . irets of P1. I. Crk,:
'1her" are thr-fore, tC co r.,l ae
j a'1 nn I singular t..- kin Ired nnd
rf -r, ' f th . .11 . 31. Caj_-k, (I-epo.
dti ity pe fni app - r o II me. in
C ift of Probate. Ca be I- Id at Pavk
on t" L., day- of Ap!. 1. , next
r pubhtWioi )ereof. ot 1 -,1l 1n
for. nu). t'ayhow crum(,. if ant; t 6
#, why tho i aid Adminis ration
111 nOt bie gb ted,
iven und,:r thy hand tis. .24th day
larch Anno, Dornini 100--.
J. iB. NE~WRER~Y J. T>
will be at the Frean~ Bridge on
ida liven on th -4 htb f A pt a, 1908.
1 a. m., n< let .' it he r.est Uidder
bui iin: . f as 'eithi , lan and
siffc r ii ,' n ad ti-- wft n r~ay of
in. r'-ser1'nig the -ight to tinject any
nil the I ds.
E. F. LO~JP'R.
County Superv 's r.
~C)R & ALUE
ie younig JatcL Would ex
mige for pair otf good young
les. Apply to
Central, S. C.
TIME TA hILE Y')0
Supersedles imIie TIiible No 6i
Ii own Ueind I.'p
ci No 11 STA TIONS No 10 No l
IameI 10 nm lv PI'Ict,H nr.H:l1)nne 5.:E", pin
nrm I 1: . i i im iergiiusoin 8: :!5n m SI, j.pm
amu I: I1 amn *Psrson's- S!.unm 4::,u pmt
uim 13 :5) inm *A riall's H: 0amn -1 :45 jpm
.m 21 :55 nian *MauildIIn X:(:,,nm 4.-10 pmi
am) P!:mh m air Engley iv b'ul-ain 4I:L5 pai
traitus da ily except 1tundey
Iii emam-eiets w ith Fothernt Railway NI)l
II conniee . w~ith Soutn 11 ilwavy No
.I TA Y 00O ei Manoiuer
M. C. LON4G,
Wr Postollce, Aidmron,.A S'
stIce In all Courts In SouutliC'renr~
HAL R BALSA~?I
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