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cnorv of lalcolni Grier
son of Patrick W. and
J. Shealy. was born JulY 4,
and died after an illness of
t two weeks, November 6,
5, making this earthly pilgrim
e 17 years, 4 months and i day.
His was the first death that has
ccurred among the chUdren of
ese parents. Although\an earth
v fa'milv circle has been* broken,
yet one has gone to make the first
link of a chain in heaven that the
remainder of the family should
strive to complete.
Young Mallie was a model youth,
gentle, loving and obedient. Al
though his illness was not known
to be fatal but two days before his
death he bore the intense pain with
resignation to the will of Him who
doeth all things well; and at the
last asked his mother, father, broth
ers and sisters to meet him on the
other side of' the'river, where they
could rest .unader the shade of the
trees, and where there would be
plenty of water to quench the. thirst.
He was dedicated to the Lord in
infancy by baptism and at an early
age was confirmed a member pf Mt.
Olivet Evangelical Lutheran
church, both the baptismal and con
firmation rites being performed by
the Rev. J. D. Bowles.
The hand of death had seyered
Anearthly bond of love
Tho'rt left on earth to labor
His soul has gone.above.
0 spirit towed ifaess<
o- Soul in da*k dlspair
Look up I Ish't heven nearer
When we have a loved.9re there.
'Tis but a .stepIQbaven
Where he has gone to dwell
Forever with the Mastet
He served on earth so well.
The parting is a brief one
7Then Christiaps why'despair
For Heaven is so much -nearer
V hen we have a loved one there.
The Gc.nzales monument wa.s un
'veiled cri last Tuesday. The cere
monies took place at r.oon..
Col. Thomas C. Duncan of the
--Union and Buffalo mills, has re
signed the presidency of the Seneca
Milus D. Blacknian.met a tragic
death in Lexington county on Fri
day by the bursting of a circular
saw which he was operating in saw
ing wood, The saw was running
at her usual high rate of speed
when for some unknown reason 'it
-flew into fragments and one of the
pieces struck him full in. the face
*splitting open his head from chin
THE PACIFIC MUTUAL LI
Its peculiar LEGAL organ izat
Insurance Company in America.
the Greatest'Gt.aran tees written in
pany at less cost. I's non-particip
company doing busin&'ss in this sec
Actual Resi of a 2
20 YEA R DIViDEND
Issued in 1885
Ageat lssje, :': -PER $IOC
(Being $137.0o more than paid in,
(Being 59.3 per cent of
Total Paid-up I
What other Compa
Call to see us., R C
.Office over Ps fie
Sr. G1L. IToo. a member of
the legislature from Aik1':n county.
announces that he will be a candi
date for congress in the second dis
trict. against Hon. J. 0. Patterson
The Piedmont Warehouse com
1pany of Greenville has been merged
with the Standard Warehouse com
pany of which Governor Heyvard
is president, going"in at a valuation
"Arthur Williams, Jenkins Bur
ris and Robert Scott have been con
victed of murder in the special
term of court held in Williamsburg
county last week, and have been
sentenced to be hanged on the 12th
of January. They were charged
with the murder of Mr. Julian Wil
sIon, and were 'first arrested on sus
picion, but ope of them afterwards
The Columbia, Light Infantry
will celebrate the Christmas holi
days with prize drill and banquet.
The prizes to be driled for will be
the trophy medals' that have been
presented to the company.
The stockholders of the new
bank at St. Matthews met; ' Mon
day and elected officers. Mfr. Ed.
IWimberly was. elected -president..
Earhardt, Stewart & Wells, Ngrs
The Greatest Event '6f 'the 'Seai5dt
THE ABORN PRODUCTION,
A Gorgeous Revial of the FAmous
W6~r Anng,ou C6rhic Obera
Saturday, 'December 2&
Bo,ok'by Harry B. Smith..
IMusic by Reginald DeKoven.
1o Celebrated Artists. - Grand
Chorus of 50 People.
Prices, $1-5o, $1.00, 75, 50, and
25 cents. Tickets now on sale. at
Gilder, Weeks & Hunter's.
Come to see my
10 cts. Counter,
25c. values for
10c. values for
. .5 cents.
J. W. W HITE.
FE INSURANCE COMPANY
ion makes it the STRONGEST Life
t is nearly 40 years old. It gives
the Policies of any Insurance Corn
ating rates are LESS than any other
0:.Payment .ite Policy.
Mutur,ng in 1905
o- Ann ual Premium. $25.90
be-ides t went y years insurance free.)
the tot aI premiums paid.)
ny is doing so well?
on this Ad. fo
coues to cmem and srem
ae adryugs Minbepes, Cl
We full arer Garden Seedse S
temsends yoe wselb GoleFish. Call
James, 1-3 off I
3urnt Wood, 1-3 offI
" S. C.
werry and surrounding
e us when in need of
gars and Tobacco.
tatonery, and all things usually
.Eest of drugs used in our pre
-specials is our White Pine and
. Pleasant to the taste.
ills? We are having wonderful
king new friends every day. Try
for a sample.
>untain Pens-nice for Christmas
us a call.