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tain from Chester. On March 4, 1874,
he 'had married Miss Lizzie Wise,
daughter of Major P. E. Wise, of
Prosperity, and, exercising sound bus
mness judgment, *he fourteen years
later moved to .the county of his
wife's nativity to engage in business.
Three years ago Mr. Lathan put up'
a new building for his growing- busi
ness-a modern double-story frame
building, 105 feet in the clear in
length, and 40 feet in width.
.Mr. Lathion is a good business man.
and he is public spirited. Successful
-in his own affairs. he has consistently
and enntinuouslv worked for the up
building of his community. He has
seen Little Mountain grow from a
vil2. .. one store-his own-wth
out raih- ad facilities, to a thriving
business centre on a line of railroad.
Mr. Lathan is a modest man. From
him one would never gather that he
-was the founder of the town in which
he lives, and had taken a large part
in its upbuilding, alt.hough one would
conclude, from the confidence of his
neighbors in him. that he might well
Mit. Lathan conducts a general mer
chanudise bu;iness. in which he car
ries a largre and well-selected line of
eleih'in2 and dry goods, millinery.
'-hoe,.. 'nats. and, in fact. everythingr
in a well-selected stock of this kind.
EASTER DYES and Post Cards at
Mame' Book Store.
T. L. Shealy.
MR. A. N. BOLAND.
One Who Has Watched the Progress
of Little Mountain From the
Time When it Began.
There are few~ people in Newberry
county and fexv people who11 in the last
qua.rter of a cent uryx hav e been in
tmately associated with Newxbeury
colege, as~ students or friends of
he instituition, 01 oth~erwxise, wxho
(1) not knowx 01 knowx of Mr.
A. Noah Banid, at Little Monu
tain. On e eachl year, duing i the
vac(ation seas.on, the alumind
studenits and fr iends of Newb1erry
olleg-e ga'thJer ait Little Mounta in for
anI nual ruii il,~i and t 1 t%enioni
wo' l ii 1t l) e ' e ti ..ete. (1( id n t Mr.
io ~ itl is it th conycmag
meetings. A campaign meeting~ at
Little Mountain means a barblecue
furnished bx Mr. B lantd. Wer e som1e
thingt to prevenct ther e wxould be dis
appointment-in fact. the pleasantest
pairt oIf the pr ogramn wxould he lack
Mr. Bola'ndl has liv ed in the old F.
H. Dominick place at Little Mountain
f 'r the past twen vty-sev en y ears. He
built thrng,h2" the place (. having1 been
appointed po.tmna-ter ~in 87. t
tia un ope Sta'iim onecr on the Sonth
in and SE
rn railway. Mr. Boland has been
postmaster .continuously since. He is
now also -agent of the Southern Ex
Prominently identfied with Little
Mountain since the birth of the town,
hie is justly proud of th1e gro,wth which
Little Mountain .has experienced, be
eause he has lent his every endeavor
tfurther that growth, and in it he
has~ taken. 1f course, a lively interst.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD.
Flourishing Camp at Little Mountaina
With a Membership of More
Littlk Mountain Camp, No. 204,
W\oodmnen of the World. wa.s organiz
ed at Little Mountain little over five
years ago. and today .the camp is in
I.fl4ahin condition. with an active
mem-ibership of more t,han fifty.
The officers are:
Co'nsul Commander-J. B. Addy.
Adviser Lieutenant-E. A. Wheeler.
Clerk-J. K. Derrick.
Escort-J. A. Kinard.
Sentry-L. H. Kempson.
Watchman-I. A. Miller.
Business Committee-J. B. Derick,
D. C. Boland, C. S. Matthews.
During 1last year a Woodmen 's halt
was erected, the second story being
fitted up as a hail for the order, and
the first floor as a store 'for rent.
The first floor is now occupied by the
Little Mountain Drug company. The
Woodmen 's hall in the second story
is excellently arranged for the pu-r
poses for which it was built, and mak
es an ideal home for the camp. With
its live. and active membership and
its rapid and healthy growth, -the
camp~ is one of the most flourishing
n the State. and is a credit to the or
ier and to the community.
DR. J. M. SEASE.
The President of The Farmers and
Merchants Bank and a Progres
sive Business Man.
Dr. J. M. Sease is a man to whom
is due a great deal of credit for th'e
upbuilding of Little Mountain. Dr.
Sese is president of the Farmers and
Merchants bank, is one of the proprie
tors of the Little Mountain Drug comn
a ny. and is prominently identified
w ith nbr hus5iness enterprises of the
Dr. Sense is a gr aduate of Newber
ry\ college'~ inl the class of 1882, and a
gadnte of the Tinivesityof Mary
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