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Notwithstanding the late verv Ir
- )opious rainsA, theIe has luei a,
reat deal of work done on 4he w
farms. Cotton seed is about all W
Misses Ruth and Cen ie CqpL-Njr"
visitedl their brother Jvxhn ,
Satulrday night anld Sum"
"''tre was a largo r - I
at Conoy chui. ssemlIge
RV.. (J. A ast Sunday.
.( onboni preached a
finle seron .'A
I. to an attentive con
. II inni Med, unIn)1 1 vi-;ied
Mihss Saitlliv R oper-, Sundaly ar
noon; the girls report, a gr'and
Mr I'. and Mri's. l.)Ilmps. 3 -lJe ui
kinl visited thei IAh-r-'s p rns
1.11. fI ti 'M rs. eov (illiil , kis 1
Aliss )live Roper gave thc.
youllg folk., sinillu 'Sulay 1
aeroon hc was hearutily
(InjOy(I hv all i'present.
\lr. .nil's , Iinls, ot Sugar
\'allbv, (1., wm' a visitor in the
(hdhnoyv soction last. MI'liuar.
.\lis Iit ilips spent, S"atur
(Il n iI It with Alis I vi ]a
W or1 .11141, W l -I
'les, \II l ~ Orii anl \j~ ih llae
McJunlkin '1nd Edwani l
enUlled m, Als Jennic (.'o ll,
Sa tn I s. v.
Mr. ,1essi Morris' :I51 escort s
"best and oily" o chuh Hun -
da;y, is usind.I
ville, gavo Is grir a. joy ride in
Isk new1 buggy rlaIst. Sluday.
Mrl. Loo R~oper was the ,scr
Of a. very handsome yugld
to her horne last Sunday.
M r. .J uIles 1)i ins called on iss
's. John (ie doapell visited
Mrs. W.M. Jones last w('Pk.
MissI leila Jones visitled Alrs.
Sonnyv Stanisell one ay last
irs. Johnnie UCapoll and Miss
I.eila Jones visitsd at the homie
of Mr. Bud Anderson, Satur
Mr1\'. Willie Freeman and two
- -'ist('s, MisVS Jennie and Flor
mnce, visited this sectioi last
I'i.. Deo 1"ynh was In this
Mr~js. Sophie and Miss Bertie
Hebaton visited in Gr'eenvi ile,
Saturday and1 Simduay.
Messrs. Alonzo, Frank and (
''omi Smith visited in this see. e
tion Suntday. t
Dri. andi( Franik Snith, svith t
their wives, enmet) over Sunday t
inl thir auto. '(e
LiONELIY Swimfritlgr. I
Ilr)ai Carriiers to Get Tlogether, ni
'lThos. l'. Wicker, presidlentof 11
the lturi'I Free Delivery Car- b~
r'iersx' association of South Car'o- tl
lina, has issued an address to li
the carri''rs of' this state, urginig si
increased interest in the organ- b
iziation. Mr. Wijcker, in his t]
address, says in nart: i
**The state conven.. r<
lion at Nowberry last July wvas s
t he Iartgest and b~est~ in the his- fl
tory of' the association. W\\ill it s<
be e'xcelled b~y the convention at ri
Florence next July? * * E
,Our' pr'escnce ini goodly number~ils
will mtake it a success-, our. ab
sece(( will make it a failure.
* * * * * * p
"Let us all join the associa.. o0
tion for the good of the service: E
and for our own good. If by -a
getting together in conventions Si
and exchanging ideas we are
benefited, then, of course, the a
service will be0 benefited to the a
same extent. * * * The a
carrier who joins the association k
manifests by that very act a s<
, desire to learn, through the
~~ssociation as a medium, the tl
eineishes of the department offi- g
mIaSels in the conduct .of the ser- hi
.umeo oiThere may be some among 11
Says utvho think that the recent (
Central'ry increase was not as large v
&wer an should have been, F"rom o
tionlat, oiviewpoint, perhaps, it was ~
s'0"Chbut from the viewpoint of o
As an advernment it was solely. a ai
hi~s great te of economy. We must a
*ger eet that our branch of I
io service Is youguauL, in some'
-spects, Imperfeci', therefore, I
oking at 't 1r1.1 lt, leu I
..ae field co-operate
superiors at headquar
o) the end that the impor,
etions inl the servi( nulV be
"T1e0 special organi:zer for
ickens emm ty is C. G. Masters,
M .!). W. 191Shaiaftor
t.''ij( reiene Of iaulnv Years in
l'ex:-, ik now a resident of 1lls
-otmity, He was a loval soldier
j thIlie Southlier'n at.rmyv, and is
eVer happier than wvhcn, in
'01m1)a1nY with hi comnrades of
he war, he can talk of the
iardshins all( also the pleasure's
I that tryingz period.
ir. Blassingame has showl
is a letter received by himl fr1om
he late Dr. WN. T. .Uield, which
s poenliartly inltere(stin1g, and1
will b' apprciated by every ir te
o voi' (f t1he chase. The letter.
A YNAtoI. C., Jan. 28,
I.:.m Sin:-Old Alex. is lead..
Hle died at I )'lock Sunjday
mo at lt' t(he (edi a.-h 10mWl
m(-e-.1nd the fa test, Iost con.
tanlt one since Adam. Only
A1hont 2 minites t1r( oble at 12
p. m. . suppose le dogs hesi
aLtedl whe~ther,) Io r.1un ()n Smrv
ColemlIanl ,oI lost fron Its on
hle hut t; and. was not in at all.
Iashion, Juno, Lee, Drive and
M1s1 coVere( themselves in
V 4ee stole a large pan of
1racklills atnd lusted at the end
l' 3 hotn-s and 40 minutes.
Alx dIn moved over middle
NIhala,. and it's a splendid runf
lHe mea('tsu1rled 3 ft. 10 inl. from
WOse to enld of tail, and from end
f tail to front toe 4 ft. 1 in.
he 1111ide 4 ft. 2-1in, He weighed
L2 lbs., and had his right ear
risped, as I told you. The
back edge of the left one was
LrisDed slightly, too, but I did
nlot notice that inl meeting the
Ae are all ve1
Givinqt it to Felder'.
The Anderson Mail hopes that
3o1. Felder has not taken writ
r's cramp. We (1o not wish
he colonel any har'm, but we
hink we are entitled to remark
hat he has done about ais we
xpectedl. WeO are nlow (jnite
repared1 to believe that ho orig
ially got in with the winding
p commflission by the use of
laterial that had preCviouly
001n collected, probably with
ie purpose of blackmailing the
quor houses. Oh, as we have
uid time and again, how much
otter it would1 have been had
ie stato devoted itself to pun
hinig the people who had been
>bbing it, rather than exert it
1f ini trying to get back stolen
toney to be dis ided wvith a con
:ioncoless frau.] who had no
ght wvhatever to it.-Yor'kvile
Going a Little Too Far.
A Columbia newspaper corres
>ndent sends'a long write-up
Sthe life of Gov. Coleman L.
lease to the Northern papers,
nd, among other hard things,
"He comes of humble parent
go. His father kept an inn
nd a livery stable at Newberry,
nd in the old days the 'quality'
new him only as a useful
We are under the impression
-tat Gov. Blease's father was a
allant Confederate soldier, and
as long since answered the last
all-call, Not content with abus3
ig the governor, this dirty pup
we say so / and only regret that
re are unable to stand in front
f the man who wrote the article)
oes back and d'rags in the name
f his father, who was a respect
ble citizen, even if he did keep
.n inn and a' livery stable.
iv rybody can't be bime,
judges, ristocrats, etc., and the
ate Mr. Bleaso's calling was an
ionorable on.--Anderson Intel.
"Curious episode, this, Seems
"t young fellow got excited at
tho ball vam a and hugged the
young lady next to him, a-per
feet stranger. She had him a
rested, ,but -he told the 1 -
that any man might , *
same thing, and his clains . e
npheld by expert tcestimx i gas
Anid what was tl -Sequel?"
"Well, the sequel )-s rather in
teresting. 'ho ne'J day there
wore 5,0000 gir.s at the ball
COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON
127th Year begins September 29
:L -it 1( ai ation i at :1' th ,or'0 .
atso i.V lity, Jill% , ::t : . 11.
The (op ;, is wegl k!1Idovctl1
:Ahhng i' t 11a!"tauin thle hi-41he gag
iid Eni ~ginori ng
Cours h for 1. A , ". ,,n. 11. S
degree W it h :mneig
A frnil tuition schlol Irshlip to eachl
County of SouIt~h Caro.linail. Unentt
Boyceschols~rsgiving $100 . a
and frete tilition , open t.' compLnhve
ex:amination in S'i'ptember,
Ex penstes reoniable. 'VTrnia atd
catalloguo (oil applintion. W r:t to
llAlRN180N lRANCOLAll, 1'res,
(lt~ra St.'. C.
Scholarship and En
The examitination for the award of
vacat scholurshtips; in Winthrop t'i.
lge and for tlie idinksion of new stul
delnts will be hb41 at the County Court
House on Friday. Jil% 7, at, .) a. m.
Apaiot api1; ttst hb not less thanl fifo-e n
years of age . When -choI-tships are
vacart :ifter Jitly 7 they will be nwmid.
ed ' !e n'aking the highest avernge at
th exrmi nath.n, n-videI they m -t
i coz:ditLioni go-ermntg the a wari..
AlaPliv:mts for cholarhtship should write
to Pt e'iilen-t Johnson before ie iexami.
nation for %elolarship ex'minationl
Sclolarships are wortl $ 10 ) and fro'
tilition. The next siin will open
Soptniber 20, 1911. For fIrther ilfor
i ation and catalogute. a bi r s Pres.
1) It. Johnson, hoik 11ll, 8. U,
Notico of Final Settlement and
NOTiICE is hereby given that I will
make appJlicationi to J. B3. Newhberry
Esq., Judge of Probate for Pickens
ncounty. ini the State of South Carolina,
ont the 1st dlay Of June 1911 at 11
o'clockL in the forenoon, or assoon there..
aftter as smdto apptlicationt can be heard,
for leave to muake Ilnal settlement of
th estate of A. A. Alexander deceasedi,
itt-I obtain disc'harge ast administrator
of. said cstate. J. N HaIllumr,
Notice of Final Settlement and
NOTICE' is hereby given thtI I w'ill
make applicationt to J. 13. Newh -rry
E~sti, Judlge of Probate of Picens ea 'rtm'.
Ly, in the Stato of Moth Catrolinao. ''m
the25 dany of Mlay 19)11, 11 o'clock m
lhe forenoon, or as soon thereaftor us
ii I.1Iapplicatltin can~ be heard, for leave
is mak.: final settlement of the 'state of
J. F.. Porter deceased. uand obtint
I I chargi- as ad mainistra tor of said estate.
A pril 237t4
TF. F. Porter,
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Rock Hill, Southe Carolua .
. -L ROT H-- S
. "32~K YerYu
youwan toputthebet foot~~
fowal do' you? We can?
h y .
bu wa yuned Apesn
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it~ '4 4" ' i.
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--l t t- o" 14*' - .1S
r* Years esaYourg
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I S W4 21 Y O U R E Q U I R E .
Lo o k cto up , s a vei r u s
Youy whaeyoa grad.A pcesen
.. SOO.nw.w..r., all.kinds
Ouri0c ountrs ont
necessaties t hialth-and.
O urj! Groc r Dep rtn
Wuecarryia nice linei<
1Iai- Our cookinghstoveowith
~Ocdand1v a.d can'tDrugbiat.
C 'ome t se us. tin
I. YoiiTiR. AL LN gr. I'd
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ty facet a uti
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Now whe. you get
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hilId' you Canl safely
buy thouse that look
u..!idied t hie essen1tial I
I T am us
be there to keep a
clothes' inl the l C ines
w el d r ssed p e p h (1 e1 , e
-1 .1't torgel to ask
to sce Our1 Cravenctt
Greenville, 5. C.
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a we have to offer our customer is the
ch they need right niow. Guaranteed
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e? We have the best 14-finger cradle
The best qlualityv on the market.
ins many articles you need each day.
lows ineet us sell you these absolute
nt is complete. See us for something
>f Hardware, Rubber Roofing arid
offset 15i-gallon tank attachment is a
aro & grocery Co.
Pickens. S. C.