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Box-Party at Jolly Street.
Wednesday evening, November 26,
the Rural School Improvement asso- |
ciation had a Thanksgiving program j
and box parry. The following was the i
Recitation?"Why I'm Thankgiving"?Clifford
Reading?"What [ Have to be
Thankful For. ?tirace L?ivmgs?:on.
Song?"We Thank Thee"?School. !
Address?Rev. Y. von A. Riser.
Dialogue?"A Thanksgiving"?Three '
girls and two boys.
Address?Mr. S. M. Duncan.
The attendance and conduct were!
all that could be desired. The auction 1
of the boxes created great merriment; ;
aud the quilt pieced by the members of
the Rural School Improvement as-!
sociation, caused much favorable com- j
ment. From the boxes and the quilt, j
the school realized $32 which will be,
expended on a library and maps. When I
the building is finished in December, i
a dedication exercise will be held.
<S> RESOLUTIONS OF ESTEEM. <?> I
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Mrs. Elizabeth Blease. the devoted i
mother of Brothers Eugene 3. and Cannon
G. Blease, and step-motiher of
Brothers Cole. L. Blease and ,H. H.
Blease paissed 'into the life eternal on
the night of November 2, 1913. She
was a woman wlio for a long number
of years had enjoyed to a marked degree
the love, respect and esteem of
the entire community. Her fine Christian
character was a shining example
to those among whom she moved. Her
loving heart was the source of deeds of
sweet charity. Her disposition was
bright and cheerful and sympathetic,
endearing her to young and old alike.
Her mind was strong and liberal and |
she took a deep womanly interest in j
whatever made for the good of the I
Bergell Tribe, Xo. 24 and Cateechee
Council, Xo. 4, D. of P., Improved
Order of Red Men desires to
place upon record their appreciation
of her worth and their sympathy with
the bereaved family. Therefore, be;
Resolved, That this tribute to her >
memory be spread upon our records, j
and that it be furnished the press for i
Resolved, That a copy, suitably engrossed,
be sent by our Chief of Records
to the family of the deceased, as
a feeble expression of the sorrow
which we feel in their great loss, and j
particularly our heart-felt and loving <
sympathy with the three members of :
this devoted family who are our broth- j
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E. H. Aull,
Great Sachem. ;
Past Great Representative, j
P. F. Baxter,
t it r
J. K. Aull,
Past Sachem., :
The Way to Do.
Lutheran Church Visitor.
St. Mark's congregation Moores-!
ville, X. C., and St. Luke's, Bear
Poplar, X. C., the Rev. I. E. Long,
pastor, propose making an "every
iLome canvass7 for suDscripnons 10 rue
Lutheran Church Visitor, and have appointed
committees to take charge of
tae work. There is no work before
cur laymen today of greater importance
than the circulation of the
-Greenwood Index, 27th.
At the home of the bride's parents
"here. Dr. and Mrs. R. B. Epting in
"Court street, Miss Ethel Epting and j
Dr. J. Lewie Smith, of Williston, were |
married in the presence of a fenclose
friends and immediate relatives.
The ceremony was performed by Rev. (
Monroe Epting, of Savannah, an un- j
cle of the bride. Dr. and Mrs. Smith !
left on the Southern train on their
bridal trip. They will make their
home at Williston where Dr. Smith
lias a large and lucrative practice.
YOUXG 3L1> IS HURT.
Forest Livingston Falls Under a Car (
at Prosperity. :
Prosperity, Nov. 29.?While assisting
in moving an oil tank car at the
Prosperity oil mill this morning, Forest
Livingston fell in front of the .
car and both legs were run over and ,
horribly mangled. It is not known
just how lhe fell, as no one saw him. ,
Those assisting being behind push- <
ing the car, supposed he was attempting
to get on in front to apply
the brake. Mr. Livingston was a
young man about 22 years of age and
lived about one mile below Prosper;- j
iv. He was carried to a Columbia1
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Is that you, Santa?
Yes, this is Santa.
Where are you% Sc
I am at my home ai
Welh Santa, how c
have you been well a
have been away from
1 am feeling fine z
been in the best of he
tired out after a hard
I have been very bus;
shop all the year; bi:
these and have sent tl
ers at Robinson's Ten
now to Christmas I w
in fine shape for my 1
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tore Christmas, l no
and that you have be
Yes, Santa, I am j
t rrj:l #
am soanxious for yc
a good little girl and
,;s2. get me% ,,
Why, no, I couldn'f
about little Robert, Fr
of the children? Have
boys and girls?
O yes, Santa, we )
good as we could he.
And so the convert
little Mary and San
imagine why the idea
call up Santa Claus,
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IVLLO UC-I y UIM.IUMC wvr >
and what he was goir
Little Mary must}
what he was bringin
while we were not Hi
picked up the receiver
of the conversation, I
Sauta say to her:
Yes, my line of gift
it will be tin easy mat
ry one of you just*wh
babies I have a host
blocks and dolls, and
boys, games, books, fi
chanical toys, drums,
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are just the beginning
for the little felloi
big brother are remei
not forgotten mother
O, Santa, you are :
now you can g
for you. And
ware, knives ai
ware and anyt!
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hospital at 12 o'clock on the Southern
train. He was not an employe of
the oil mill but happened to be present
when the car was being moved.
Columbia to Washington, D. C. and
--i o-ir a ~ tt?o CLooV>/-\ai*r1 Air Tjine.
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account National Rivers and Harbors
congress. Tickets on sale November
30, December 1, 2. Limited to reach
original starting point returning December
18, 1913. Seaboard city ticket
office, 1225 Main street. Phone 574.?
>ews of Excelsior.
Excelsior, Dec. 1.?We have had fine
weat'her the past two weeks and our
up in the cold, cold
ire you feeling? And I
H this t/me that you
ind dandy. Yes, I've jy /
jalth, but I'm a little 'jm
year's work. You know j f\
y making toys in my
it I have finished all
hem to my headquartCent
Store; so from ||
ill rest, so that I will be
long ride the night bepe
you have kept well,
en a good little girl.
eeling real goodi% and I 1
m to come. I've been il
I knoiS you wont for
: forget you; but how ||
ank, Susie and the rest
> Koon crnnrl littlp
f illVJ MWAA ?w
a?? been ;us? as M
nation went on between ij
ta Claus. We cant
struck little Mar^ to
hut we tuppose she
blow if he was coming
<g to bring. |
iave asked Santa Claus
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stening; for when we
- to catch the balance I
-his 75 what ^ we heard
s are so complete that IT f
ter for me to- give eveiat
you want. For the
of balls and rattles, _ fe
for,you little girls and /Jj
urniture, animals, mehorns,
guns and trains,
,r of the things I have
^s. Big sister and
nbered too, and I have
such a dear; do hurry.
r SANTA CLAU5' I
o with mama to the
while mama is there
id forks, enamelwar
him/v CIIA mmkf nAAirl
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people have been busy sowing grain
and gathering the remainder of their
Mr. J, D. Lorick has one of the nicest
hnmp raised hoes in this section. The
hog will weigh over 500 pounds. Don't
say you can't raise your hog and hominy
at home for you can.
i The public road 1eading from Excelsior
in Jolly Street section has been
put in fine condition.
Mrs. L. C. Livingston who has been
at the Columbia Oiospital for some
time returned home a few days ago
Mrs. G. B. Doniinick, of Greenwood,
has been spending a few days with her
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leadquarters will be <
Ten Cent Store and
; she can look at the
e and kitcnen uterisi!
for the house or kit<
i't Forget the PI
mother, Mrs. J. C. Cook.
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. B. Kibler, of Newberry,
spent Thanksgiving day with
his brother, Mr. J. lA. C. Kibler and ,
Mr. an<i Mrs. E. M. Cook, Messrs.
"Willie and Tillman Cook and Master
Ned spent Tuesday in Columbia going
down in Mr. Hunter Caldwell's autoixritVi
"VTr PoIHwaII at fhp wheel.
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[ Delmar cor. Saluda Standard, 27th.
Last Thursday J. Ed Shealy suffered
a distressing accident which resulted
in the loss of his left hand.
While shredding corn at H. L. SneliSiS
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at Robinson's Ten C
see those beautiful
beautiful line of dis
Is, pictures, oil cloth,
grove's his 'nand was caugnt in me
rolls of the shredder and terribly
mangled. It was only due to his
throwing the rolls out of gear at once
that his whole arm was not drawn in.
His glove, which was some longer
than his fingers, was caught in the
rolls and he was unable to jerk his
hand free. The hand was taken off
at the wrist.
JTOTICE TO FARMERS.
The Charlotte Semi-Weekly Observer
is the only newspaper in the
South that allows farmers to advertise
free of charge, and The SemiWeekly
Observer prints all the news
that's fit to print. Do you want
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lent Store, and
thin&rs he has j
ihes and china- m
tinware, glass- \
anything? Have you anything to sell. ;
I mit* i/1vartioomAnt and it Will
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be published three time? free of
charge and you will get the paper two
weeks free. Address The Charlotte
Semi-Weekly Observer, Charlotte, N. A
There Is this advantage about be- I
ing poor! Some people may think M
you are honest.?Anderson Mail.
There is nothing comparable to be
ing considered honest, but it is aw- SB
ful to have to be poor along with it. M
It is a pity tjhat honesty and pover
ty are often such close kin, usually ]
Honesty being a brother to his twin
! sister Poverty. /"
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