full two yards
Irish Linen I
Young Man Keep Out of Debt.
I am'not a?preacherl neither the
?on of a preacher. However, I willi
take a text, and it will prove of
vital importa nee to everybody
young and old, especially to the
-?yoTJng^men woo are j?'st 8?tTtngco?t
?pon the voyage, of life. It is the,
bedrock on which to build a s ic-1
.?essful career. We are all out on
the;sea of life, an J each one must
be his own captain in temporal as
weil as in spiritual things; there
fore, each individual, must examine
bis ch art and see that the compass
points in the right direction,, in or
.der to round up a successful busi
ness life. I wish that I could im
press this truth upon every yountr
man's heart in all this broad land,
and that it could be written in red
letters upon the gates and door-post
of every house. Now let us stop for
st moment and tnink just what debt
is and what it means, and you ma\
then better understand what this
text is worth, or what it may be
worth to you. Debt is worst* than
cyclone, flood, or fire, lt is a ghost
that will not down, but will ait up
on your bed post at the midnight
hour as a nightmare that will mb
you ot" sweet sleep. It is a shackl?
to your energy. It stops the pace of
the fleetest, it holds a man to the
upot when golden opportunity is
bujt one step away, it keeps a fel
3ow's nose to the grindstone. There
may be flowers along life's pathway,
'but the man in debt finds that his
arm ie too short to reich the n. He
is like one with a ball and chain to
hts lee, he cannot be his own mas
ter Others dictate or interfere with
his plans. Like a dog with a block,
.be? is kept within certain bounds
and bis. locomotion is necessarily
very slow, but he has to keep mov
ing to get there at all, and at th.-*
end of the year he finds that buckle
and tongue won't meet. He doesn't
have time to sit down and think and
plan. There may be shaded spots
along the way,but only the man free
from debt may find and enjoy them.
Young man, if you will put your
shoulder to the wheel and pus.h with
might and main, and if the smutty
end of the log comos td you, take
right mold of it, arid then live in
th * fifteenth Psalm, you . will be1
just as sure to succeed in life as a
loose horse is to run ahead of the
one that is hobbled. Just as sure asl
a cow that is not fastened is going |
to find the tall grass, while the one
staked may have to chew the stub
ble unless she breaks the rope, no
man will ever have smooth sailing
nntil ho breaks the rope . of debt
that bolds him down. Debt is not
only a shackle, a quicksand, but it
is an eating cancer. It ruins the dis
position, produces depair, eats away
life itself. This di.ease-this can
cer-not only eats away the energy
and thc brain, but it pollutes the
atmosphere of your home, place? a
sk, pure Irish Linen
ion Damask, full six
Elegant Bleached I
red placard of pestilence bpside
your doorway, throws a shalom
about your fireside, and always finds
you flat on your back w heir op por
tunity knocks at your door. It has
ruined many a good roan and
blighted many happy homes.' It is
better to die with a quick pain than
a slow fever The point is this, thal
we had better deny ourselves 'of th<
luxuries of life than to go in debt
for them.-Make up your mind now
not to go in debt,' and 'say in the
language of the old Scotchman, my
name is McGregor, and this is my
native he.ith, and by the eternal
powers here I will forever stand.
Debt is not only a nightmare, a
cancer, a shackle to/ your feet, but
it is a horse leech sucking the very
life-blood fmm the home. It is a
stinging adder, a biting serpent.
Keep your hand upon the throttle,
and your eye Upon the rail and
watch for the breakers.
J. Russell Wright.
The union meeting of the third
division meets with the Plum
li ranch Baptist church November
11:00: Devotional exercises by
11:30: Enrollment of delegates
with verbal reports from churches.
1st Query-Church discipline,
(a) nature, (b) needs (c) how ad
ministered. J C Harvley, J P Nix
2nd Query-Making our church
es a place of, merchandise to raise
money for religious cause. C YD
Freeland, F II Bussey.
1:UQ: Adjourn for dinner.
3rd Query - (?ranting church let
ters to members in good faith and
order who have hot contributed to
the need of church for a number of
\ears, J 0 Morgan, W R Leggal,
G M Sexton.
4th Query-How should the
church deal with non attendants,
.ino. G Mol?e, J M Bussey, M M
10:30: Sunday school in usual
Length of time for Sunday school.
10 minutes talk by H E Bunch.
Amount and kind of literature
used, Prof. Aude:son.
Should .prayer meetings be held
in connection with Sunday school,
P H Bussey.
12:00: Missionary sermon by Dr.
.J. C. Cannon.
Adjourn for dinner.
5th Query: The pastor's salary
how and when it' should be paid. S
T. Adams, Dr. W G Blackwell.
6th Query: What ouzht 'to be
Christians attitude toward the li
quor traffic Rev. G M Sexton.
T. G. Talbert, for committee.
See our stock of rain coats and
over-coats before you buy.
Mukashy Bargain House.
, in pretty designs,
ty inches wide,
Damask and Huck
Supreme Court Renders Decis
ion as to Custody of Little
Tillman Girls. pi
Columbia, November 23.-Spe?
ejah- The little Tillman girls-were
ordered to spend Thanksgiving and
next S ?lu rd ay and Sunday with I
their father, B. R: -Tilllraan, Jr.,.
at Tren ton, by an order of the su
preme court issued to-night Ttie
order cigned by Chief Justice Gar>^
saysc '^?t thV hearing of the return
io the rule hereto attached the at
torneys for B. R. Tillman. Jr., the
fainer of thc children above named,
made il appear to the court thal on
account of bis absence from the
state on business for several months
past; he bad had no opportunity to
see or be with his children, and
that hii business would call him
out of the state airain about the first
of December, next, when he would
be absent for some time. He, there
fore, requested the court to order
that pending the decision of the
court on the return herein he be al
lowed to have his children with him
as much as possible from now until
the first of December. The court
deems the reqiiHst reasonable.
Ic in, therefore, ordered that the
children, Douschka P. Tillman and
Sarah S Tillman, stay with ihftir
father Thursday,- the 26th of No
vember, instant, and Saturday and
Sunday, the 28th and 29th of No
vember, inst. Their going to their
father and their return to their
molber to be at ?ueh limes as wi) I-I
not ini*?..<,'*re wub their d1*
think what the neighbors will say
when they hear that I do my own
Hubby-Whose work do you
want to do?-Boston Record.
In case your machine fails to go
phone the Edgetield Auto Repair
Shop, phone 19 L, Mr. Cobb' will
Edgefield Auto Repair Shop.
Woolnap Plaid I
beds, in blue, gray,
Comforts made :
down, others with
Women's Silk H
cotton, all suitable
p. A. R. Meeting.
Miss Ina Hill entertained the
local chapter, D. A. R, on Satur
day afternoon. A warra fi-e greeted
the members who attended in the
cosey parlor, and they forgot all
about the freezing weather outside.
iVrrs.^podson, the chapter regent,
had come over from Augusta to
?aleecharge, and.several matters of
business were discussed, among
tuera the part, of tjhe.. D. A. R.-in
raising funds for the Red Cross so
ciety, the marking of revolutionary
graves and the forming of a chil
dren's chapter, under the leadership
of Miss Gladys Chappell.
Miss Sarah Colletttook charge of
the historical program, and read a
very thrilling sketch' of- Barbara
MeKinnie during the Indian and
Revolutionary days in the upper
Carolina: Mrs. J. Ii. Mimd read an
article from the State concerning
the recent D. A. R. conference at
.Three dollars wa* cohtributed by
the chapter to the Red Cross fun I
as their personal . gift, and .Mrs.
Hollingsworth chapter treasurer,
read her monthly report.
At the close of the meeting an
elaborate salad course and coffee,
which most certainly must have been
'made by some of the Allen family
familv,was served. It bore the maik
of their reputatation for making
trodd coffee and all the guests would
have taken more if the proprieties
of the occasion had. warrente.d it.
" "?ine hospitalitv m?-'-- 1
A slight cough often becomes se
rious. Lungs get congested, bron
chial tubes till with mucus. Your
vitality is reduced. You need Dr.
Hell's Pine-Tar-Honey, lt soothes
.sour irritated air passages, loosens
mucous and makes your system re
sist colds. Give the baby and chil
dren Dr. Bells Pine-Tar-Honey,
lt's guaranteed to help them. Only
25c at your druggist.
STS AND COMFORTS ^ :
blankets, 66x80 inches, for full-size
, canary arid brown plaids.:
for large beds, filled witii genuine!
wool and cotton. :. . W^SM
[ose,, spun of pure dyed silk.. Wo*
i Hose, made from So?thv Carolina
for Thanksgiving presents, y:
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