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HOES guaranteed by the manu
facturer to wear and give gen
e eral satisfaction are a rarity.
We know the IMPERIAL are
built to wear-they are guaranteed
I buy whei
STY LE Tho
p IT[S FOX HITMRE. An Open Letter to EX-G
Quatery Cnfeenc tobe ondct-Joseph W. Folk, Esquire,
Presdin Eler.-ecoer- Missouri, U. S. A.,
ed ~Ing ule-ersoal.I .take my pen in hand, D4
To write to you today.
Wh.itmire, July 21.-Mr. S. A. Jeter I like your phiz, from crov
spent a day in Newberry recently. Your cut of jib and all;
His daughter, Miss Frances Jeter, who Your breadth of shoulder
had been atteniding the s ummer chest,
school, returned home with him. In fact, I like you all.
~ Mrs. Sallie. Townsend, of Unions
has been in town several days the From 1905 to 1909
guest of Mrs. Elizabeth Douglass. I watched you stir aroun
Misses Willie Mae and Sarah Shan-Isa th wyyo gr
non, the pretty daughters of Mr. C. "ae,
H. Shannon, are spending two weeks Admse mo h
with their many friends in Whitmire.
Rev, and Mrs. 0. A. Jeff coat and S.Lusantteol
children visited at Mr. John M. Sub- Thtsflfrmgaer
er's ast eek.You'll find the whole pu:
Cros Acho plye tw gaes f1 Clear through.from end
base ball with Whitmire last week,
Whitmire was victorious. We're hunting up a doctor,
Mr. J. C. Hunter, of Union, was To diagnose their case,
here for a few days looking after his IAnd give them physic, so t:
farming interests. Can look us*in the face.
Mrs. J. S. McCarley has returned
from a short trip to Clinton. I l h ttsi .S .
Mrs. Harriet McCarley and MissWodshwterbt,he
Mabel McCarley havg returned fromshw
a visit to Mr. Brice McCarley and Wa' ii' o,wt
family, at Jalapa.
The Glen-Lowry Mfg. Co. are put- We want a boy who's got ti
ting a new cover on the cotton mill From tip to tip, clear th
here. And judging from your
Misses Inez Dobbins and Miss Mat-, think,
tie Duncan have returned from Laur- Wve've found that boy, in
ens, where they attended the summer*
school. From North to South, fror
Mr. David Duncan and Miss Ella West,
Duncan were at Mr. Win. Duncan's They've got us in a fix;
Sunday and Sunday night. They've got the earth, the si
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Jeter and children And pushed us to the "SI
and Mrs. Percy Ferguson and child
ren spent a pleasant day at Mr. R. H. They've squeezed us dry
Burton's. md lms
They've swiped our coins
Miss Loula Aughtry has returned Until we'v'e nothing left to,
from a visit to relatives in Union. Dear Joseph, but our vot
Mrs. David McCracken and daugh
ter, of Santuc, have returned home, So should they let us stop a
after a short stay with Mrs. Frances Before across we go;
Lyles. We'll make some ballot boa
Rev. 0. A. Jeffcoat, Mr. Z. H. Sub- IWe'll "stff 'em" ful o
er and Miss Mary Watson are at Cross
Hi~l representing the Methodist Sun- And when we make you wha
day school at the convention held , WVe'll come back with a
there. ' For when you're in the Wh:
Rev. J. C. Roper, P. E., of Green- - Joe,
'wood, will conduct the quarterly con- We know you'll give 'em -
ference here from July 22 to 24.
ImperiCl ombines BotI
t has been the custom of THE BEE HIVE to secure th
-s and friends, it has secured the exclusive sale right
shoe made. The BERRING CO.'S Motto is "Constani
r shoes will demonstrate to every buyer.what this vigi
We extend a cordial invitation to the general public to
han a pretty, neat, well fitting shoe for a lady. The I
a considering these points. We have them in all style
I---72 pairs Lot No. 3--36
top patent .
utton boot, pairs dull top
cap toe at light sole pat
Lot No 2.
kid hand ent leatiler
>utton shoe- Shoes at -
usands of other Shoes in sto
>. Folk of From those who filch and smirk, derful gold tiger'
IWe're going to land you "Jodie-boy," fTippoo Sahib's thr
With votes of boys who work. jing of Seringapata
~ar Joe, Just hurry up an4 pack your' grip,wokfar.I
And listen, Joe, to me;tehaneysr
We'll want you soon to take a trip,rokcytlAu
in to chin, To Washington, D. C. a h aetm
~, deth ofYours truly,
,detofFrancis W. Higgins. apgo,wt
- feThes blaer heat
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i Style and Comfort
e best that is on the marjet for its
for this celebrated shoe. There is
t Vigilance is the Price of our Qual
[lance in our workshop can accoin
come and inspect them. What is
MPERIAL SHOE is the Shoe to
s, widths and size.
0 Lot No. 4--Big $ .50
line both but
ton or hce
patent or kid
ck from $1 to $4
;head taken from finclude the coronation prese
yne after the storm- ed at over a quarter of a mi
m in 1799. many Indian works of art,
i is a marvelous a wonderful embossed shielt
s life-size, and Its given by a number of rajahs.
a cut out '-* pure There is no reigning mc
ther relic captured the world, not even the cz;
is the jeweled bird Ithe Russias, who is master
[n shape it is like Ian amazing collection of beat
peacock's tail. Its valuable objects as is Geor
.h precious stones, Pearson's Weekly.
merald hangs from
ng to an old Indian QU?EEN SAAY'~S READY
wns this bird will
A Story Appropriated From
shield formed of fnals of Irish Royalty
ued at 9,000 pounds'
y of beautiful cups The anger of King Colm 3
them a rosewater ble. "Twas a fortnight be
esigned by the late could address himself to his
d weighing nearly look her -in the face and spes
-and what he came to say to
eside at the castle was that she was a shame at
s guard these vast grace to him, but sure what
and also the jew- expect anyhow when he waE
ed i anoher n--notorious fool as ever to mari
'hese jewels have, gar of a race of beggars."
to do with the says he, "and dress yourself, a
:h are kept in the my sight and my castle for ev
tie private proper- "Very well and good, me 1o)
1i1y. Queen Alex- Saav, says she. "I'm ready.
welry is of im- prepared for this, as you'll re
r precaution's sake before I married you; but," a
n all duplicated in "you remember your agre
SCastle is not the three back burdens of the
prising burglar to valuables I choose to carry
ere is an old law, your castle at my Iavin'?"
-hich enables the "Thirty-three," says he, "if
o put to death any 'Twill be a cheap price to ge
through whose you."~
his gems may be "Thanky, me lord," says sh
.ppen to a burglar only ask three. And before
:emplate. them out maybe you'll thi
at Windsor con- enough."
volumes, among "What is the first back bur
rould fetch enor- choose?" said he.
up to auction.' "A back burden," says she,
aler, for which a 'silver, diamonds and jewelry.'
his last~ stick, a In a short time the king had
tre, a magnificent den of them piled on her th
id other treasures almost broke her back, and
ntion. she went out over the drawbr
is a room con- When she laid It down an
iest collections 'of back in again says the king, E
.These alone "What will your second back
t fifty to seventy be?"
old. In the same "For my second bagk burder
han 20,000 draw- she. "hoist upon me our baby
ers and a collec- The king gave a groan thai
miniatures. The rocks. But he wasn't the mar
collected these daunted before any woman. H
with his own hands the boy in
ncient treasures his heart was wrapped up and,
'esumably inherit his teeth hard, put him on
of valuable ob- shoulders. She carried him oi
his father. These the drawbridge
~air of Shoes turned out of the
ing factory is carefully
mined by competent in
etors. If not up to the FIRST
y are never soid as IMPERIAL
cits, valu- When she came back again says
Ilion, and|Colm,, says he, "Now then, name your
in?cluding third and last burden, and we're done
i of gold with .you forever, thank God!".
Says Saav, says she, "Get on me
narch in back yourself."
tr of all King Coim and his good Queen Saav
of such lived ever after the happiest and most
Ltiful and contented couple that Ireland sever
ge v.- knew, a parable for all kings and
queens and married couples in the
nation. Saav lived y,d died 4eis
WI. tiest, as her husband lived ever after
and died the justest and most gener
tde An-, ous, most reasonable, sensible, affable
foeh i A Po M[akeshift,.
toem he "Energy is a poor makeshift for
,kee tor 'honesty," said Senator Beveridge at a
her then jdinner in Indianapolis, according to
Ld a i1is- the Washington Star. -.
could he' "Let us be energetic, but let us be
such a honest, too. Otherwise, we'll get on
-y a beg- no better than the January traveler.
Get up," "A traveler, on a freezing January
nd leave night, called at an inn, but found it
d," says "*Well, landlord,' he said, 'I can't
I was sleep out on the snow crust. You must
member, put; me up somehow.' e
ays she, "'I guess, then,' said the landlord,
ement-- 'we'll make up a bed in the hall .and
greatest curtain it off for you.'
out of "Accordingly, this was don'e. And
the traveler, gnder a rather thin
rou like, blanket, fell asleep. But in the mid
t rid of die of the night he awoke, freezing.
An icy draught blew through his hair
e. "I'll !and mustache; it even lifted his thin
I've got blanket and swept over his bare limbs.
ak it's "The traveler rose. The sheet 4.hat
- had been hung up as a partition had
len you come unfastened, and it was waving
merrily in the breeze.
of gold, I"'Landlord!' shouted the traveler,
a bur- "'What is it'? a voice shouted.
.t near "'Landlord,' said the traveler, 'will
with it you please let me have a paper of
Ldge. pins to lock my bedroom door with?''
aye he, Obedient
," says "Wh are you sitting on that boy's
'di rent "Why, I-"
to bei "Did I not tell you to always count
e lifted Ia hundred before you gave way to
whom Ipassion and struck another boy?"
settin' "Yes'm, and I'm doin' it; I'm just
Saav's sittin' on his face so he'll be here
it over when I'm done countin' the hundred."