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A Better Understanding,
[Tie following.was handed in
t wo or three weeks ago, but our
overcrowded columns would not
permit of its appearance sooner:'
Well, I suppose by the time
ihose who read the S.-J. -get
their paper, most every one in
Pickens and Oconee counties
will have heard something cf
the l(lconduct that was carried on
at Salem last Sunday, and- as
11ty will hair of bad'conduct,
anid somie ol worse comduct, and
ihat all may know the straight
of the matter concerning the
hostile conflict with which I met,
I will herein try to give full de
hails of the matter which,
briefly stated, are these:
About 3 o'clock in the after
noon, whien a large per cent. of
the crowd had left, though a
large number were yet on the
Shuich grouids, (the church
had been closed and no one sup
posed to be on the inside) sud
dejily there arose a thunder
cloud, and the rain began to fall
fast and heavy. At the same
time I could dliscern a cloud
of sadness o'ershadowing the
usually bright and plea 3ing
colultelances of the ladies as
they thought of their beautiful
hats, and, horrors!-the dread
ful rain.
I am glad to sav that I am in
spired with a good hit of willing
ness to lend a hi-Ijdng hand to
anly (e in need of it. rhere
fore I led the way, saying to the
c(rVd, "Comte, man I'll see that
you all get n shelter." Throw
ing myself against the door I
wit il, fIllowdL by dollars'
Vrth1 of fine hats and nice
dresus, an the fair ladies and
their dry goods were thus pro
to t Id f rom the cruel storm.
But to my surprise I met a
man on the inside who began
railing and storming at me for
bursting into the church. I
tried to reason the fact with
him as to why I did so, but he
was, j oined bv others against
Ime I herefore I could not prevail
agaimd them. As the rain fell
mor01. It rapid the noise occasioned
hrv it ent ;eemed to increase
1h ir a aai llst ne, and the
next thing- I knew the door was
dodilenid by a man so large that
\Vhat They Sa~
Fs.I want to -av I am buu~ ig tis sj
ite of cat ing auenttiont~ to lmy gsua s, ,a i
W he I i<1tte prices I alwaysr have the
duuty to do so.
Sie)I.I Somec e' might t'av I e:Ium
that is ju-t wl at I atun doing : rd'it is ele
hosr thanr iicos't--w il, if it hs, tht don't01 in
until 1 get ready to quit it. Yto know it
('n whaot ' un 'ave. Don't ask for h~ rs thr
'I hin t, 'Thu y uu m a iay I (a'tIII selI a fine
is just1 what I ama dinett and it is worth I
toutrthI, Others mayt sayv tiu-ra) is waoter
I wrant to say I dihin't pu it there; I buy
10hhbs bes.t keg sa for 25ic - 2hbs for 5c
-ifth, some ot hers mais say sugar has
i.itbg I wit gve youi tni6s for $O'00,
I um %ur do amy beaSt to to merit 3(
goodsti an lii I ar e *tan ohj et,
I want reur cic k na egus and all kin
To be' conrtigued next w~eek.
T. D. IH
FOR SAFE
MrDEPOSIT
-- IN
LIBERTi
'Iutkr Safe has been tried and found D
This Bannk has lBurgiar Insurnc~e, Fir
lose your money.
Liberal Interest allowed onr Time D
you up satisfactorily,
THlE LIBEI
he could bravely enter, followed
by another man several sizes
smaller. The big man to the
smaller man says: "This Is the
young man, Mr. - -." He
then walked up to me, and
catching me by the arm, said:
"Consider," etc., which, of
course, meant-that I was under
arrest. I would much rather
have considered myself under
the floor or under the bed, had
one been handy; but as such
was not at hand, I had to take
the former choice. This I learn
ed was a good man who knew
the importance of taking care of
anything of great use, so he
carried me down the lane
through the city of Salem a
amidst the throng and placed
me in the most substantial
building on the hill, knowing
that I would come again in use
some time. But he did not let
me stay in that dark place very
long, for there were too many 3
)n the outside who wished to
see me. All of this was quite
ambarrassing to me; but when I
ny lips are pressed to the worm
6vood cup, and I can see it is for
;he benefit of so many others, .
[ can drink it and murmur not.
[feel assured that I have more r
riends than I had before this
iappened. It was all through
.harity and love for the ladies,
tmd I can't say that I am sorry
n the least for it, however it
may go.
Those people at Salem should
ake the matter into Christian
,onsideration and look at it in
.his way-if their mother, wife,
-ister or daughter were to come
>ver on our side, and we were
not to show a willingness to
ontribute to their coifort and
protection, they would think us
very unkind. Therefore I know
it will all come out right in the
"sweet bye-and-bye."
Will close for this time, trust
ing our S.-J. w'l1 give this a.
place in its c lumns, and that
all its readers will give ne good
wishes in their hearts.
E. WV. Picains.
A Certain Cure for Aching Feet
A'ler's Foot-7asw, a iowd.r: cure
1red0, Aching . wetig. w i'ei fit
-imuple s-t FR EA, 8s 8 uni.h- of 1'FooT'
EASE SANITARY CORN-PAD. ;t nr W-inlven
tion. Addrese, Allen 8. OlnmsLea)., Le
About Harris.
ne.' in Trho Sentinel-.Journal for the pur'
I somties C I si aba qut e soma~ prices
goods and if you canf (de better it in yourt
att s..ll black pepper at 100i. a pound, but
li anld pure. It mayt3 be satil that this i
art, you. and I Propheb to s&.lI it at lee
ella at 20c. to Sec. every where. Figure
ni 1 pouand at this price,
un-cured tobacco at tic, a phug, but that
: of any~ body's moneys'3~
nt the oil that I a-ell at 15e but it there is
~rom~ the( Eamle tank others do..
tone up. Wel, it bas, butt by close clip
ur trade and oxpect to get a padt of it if
Is of produce.
ARRIS.
KEEPING
YOUR MONEY!
' BANK.
urgar Proof.
SInBuranCe, Cadhier Eonded, 80 ycu: can't
'PC5'it. See H., C. Shirley and he will fix
ETY BANK.
ARI
OUR T
And You Will E
By culling on us before buying you
isk Flour (and another shipment til
[obacco, Molasses, etc.
Bring us your Corn, Pease, Beans
rou the very top of the market for el
If jou haven't tried our Dr. Hess
-Jealing Powder, and Heave Powder
11 size Packages from the 25c. box t
Our personal guarantee goes with
We also want to sell you your wire
'erfect" Fence. Prices from 40c. PC
Our motto is Honest Weights and
"All Isn't (
-~ Al
D(
ou
1Oil
ofJ
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Wco
3- of
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an
ar<
Srniti
Corn er Main and \Vashington Str
To Break In New Shoes Alway Use
t.lk-', Foot-Easi-, at powder. It. pre- Jj'j
rents8 Tigh.ew and Bliterinig, cu'rt-s
swollen, *'weating. feet. At ali LD ng
ad F'RF.F. Adhasea, A. 18. Olmated. Le
W1'!nthrop College
k~I ani ntra tliOe 2%minatiQn:
The' exa . inntion for thi- award of va- 1y
Dfant ~.cchoarsh'ip-. is) W tisbros- (Col -- e I le
andl for t he admisionif oif net.w atUin eta
on) Fri lay. Jutly 8, a~t 9# a. mn. A ;-picestnts
most Ia' n..*t leas than 14 yea ..f :e*e.
Whlen s~enlasshaipa ar.* vua-nt nfti r .h:1le~
B, they .'itlIt be swt o diie( to I t.b--s-- c ma ing
the high- st. average ,.t, l ~tthixminti ..n,
ptroviii-d t.1--v mei-.t I h" e-ttit i-- ia ov
erninig Ih)o n witrd. A p--I cinnt- for'. Iiho!
son1 before Ithe ex:an-inationa for schlar i
Scholarshij s are worth $"0 and free
tuit ion. The n'ext ionit ufill op en A4 p.
tomber 16. 190'8. Fot further Iinform.,-T
tioni and catalogue.. addresst Pesi lent. D. l
B3. Johtnsa, Rock 111ll, S. C.
E RIGT
ices are right
eights are rig
eatment is ri
lo RIGHT
r spring supplies. We have
iat will be here in a few days
and in fact any kind of sale
terything.
Stock and Poultry Food, Le
you should do so at once.
the 1oo pound sacks.
every package.
fencing. We are agents fo
r rod up. Any height and %
Good Goods." Come in an
IR Ielh
Aold That C
I aren't GOOD CLOTHES
Lt look good.
)ubtl-ss you've found THIS
t by experience.
at sort of EXPERIENCE
I end if you buy
LOTHINGI
us, "Made Right and at the
ght Price.''
ke a little time wvhen you
ne to Greenville and let us
w you some of the newv
Spring~ Styles.
rictly One Price. Every
ng marked in plain figures
d your money back if you~
a not satisfied.
& Brist4
eets.
ii Our Gusto mers be
That is the question that
store. When we buy and wJ
qualities and make prices,
ourselves. The pleasing of
object to be attained. Ii an3
le: us know and Ne will maki
: Busiest Man in Tom
Always has time to keep t
ad'-antage of them. That's
and business caijacity. Tha
tion that makes him the busic
Yourself?
See us for anything in our lii
can and will save you money
f]E RTY HARD DW A
IDS
ht
ght
a nice lot of Ballard's Obe
), Sugar, Coffee, Lard, Salt,
Lble product. We will give
use Killer, Worm Powder,
The Stock Foo-: comes in
r the celebrated "Pittsburgh
veight you want.
d see us.
EY.
itters?
w,'
Grenme s 0
leased?
decides all arguments in our ~
1en we sell, when we select
hat is the question we ask
our customers is the first
ething does not please you,
e it right.
bon our bargains and take
because .of his shrewdness
t's the result of the -disposi
:st man in town. How about
ie and get our prices. We
!?E (JO., Libarty, S n.

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