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Hlapepiugs of a Local an Persoli Nature.
_-Have you paid your titxes?
-"'The's a gude time a coiniT!'
-J. E4j. Parson8s it able to bo up
-A Merry Christm is and a lappy
"ew Your to our readert!
--Born on ths 14th inst., to Mr.
and Mrs. B. A. Allgood, a lite girl.
--Born ont the 15th inst., lo M'
.md Mrs. Jake H. Gillespie, t fit)<
- An intellectual main admires it
foolish woman becauts site almire
--Fresjh currants, citronl and rai
::ins for your fruit cake ait It. I
-Born unto LMr. and Mis. Vadlker
\V. Ytountgblood, on 11lhe 9th inst. i
-A good husibandtl is it man who ib
A allo0w11 to spend nti.y of his Itonll
--In a1bont a mtonti th liishitrE
ill ineet anld no Sallpox Sealro ims
enl started yet.
-Thoro are very fewiv f 1rmite's il
is cou Lty 0ta have ot une ho.
hominfy this year..
-The Pickens h1I'rg Co., ha-1 oi
and ia 1upply of "L e Powder-s'
>)s, doi't ill go tt, onc .
-Just one more week and th<
ungster8 will be hunting sto d .kin
hang tu) for old Satitat Gautis to lill
-F'rom what we (in leiirn there
|1 be no sclieity of cutlii'lates for
( County oflico!) ill next year's Camll)
--Safe crackers happed the saft of
Courtenay Manuacturii Co., ah
Iwry, 'Monday night and lootet
--(orn ground at Imly itli ever.
tirdliv. I il i It ve fresh car o
te ad CeIent, nsh, dois, mould
,et. B. E. (bndy.
-.Jake (illespi1) hulhere'l throc
g.- recenitly that. netled bin
:" I pounds of m11en1t. The p)ig
- . rot quito twelve 1n mths ol.
- The, S t inel-Jurnal approciito
ight, brief, nowsy ni >c0. froum over.v
. etion of th C mItv. Mail your lel
1. to relachI us nt later than 1 Mon
188 acres ill three miles of briel
rd, thirty%, acres inl cultivation ba)l
we' heavily timbored. Just thin]
it, $5 per laeLCe. Termsi to Suit
1). Iolder & Co.
-Married, at, the residlence of th<
i parent s, Miss Polly SCars tt
4r. La-vreneo IIiighes, oil thfe. 11,h
ast. Rev. .1. I. Trainell oitiated
11 of Pickenls County.
-Tiax pyers' shiotih beat' ini mit
tat if thiriii tas arOtie not paid (dur1
hol1) comipelledl toI add1 one per eent
a itlty'. the first day13 of Janu1ary.
~ Noto adu of J D). H~older & Co.
iS weel. If you wanlit yourl1 1 prloperi
sold, list with ithemn, and if voL
>u upj -no1w is th Itimte to buy13 01
-All1 farmiters shioulI ur go chi ilrera
one'. D)o not ftighten tihem aiway
atiher preparet' boxes for blue10bird.
A ial wrenst and1( induce them11 to ris
oir' younlg ont the farm.
-I have' in my13 ptossessioni one red ama
* O l( brwnt colores il af. Thtey i~atit
1m13 htouse last Sturday(11. TLlII
ersont thiey blonig to cani get then
Spaytig fo r damtiages and( t hit
:>tico. A. M. Morris.
-Dr. J . L. Holt liss reftu rned fron
*.onwee Liodge at bte Gr'and( L~odg(
fA. F". M. IHe reports ai dolighit
ii timto andi( a pr'ofitatble an-- hlirr>
-In the3 l lnguago ofi theo ittnria
i P Van WVirrle, wirth up-l.1ifte (g last
led to theo brim1 wi t. dlelightft
d~ ~ o re'juv'enating bev~eraige, we renev0
>ur fatmilIy, long ma y ',oui hve am1
rosperO!" Ab hem!
-T1his is by far Lthe biggest, papei
vor' gotten out ini Pickens5 cout
*td wo hope, next Chittina ls to bn
ble0 to got out a mu ich larger ott
|ll issue a grealtr, bligger' antd bel
r' tnumber' tnxt, timte.
Itd ever'y advert itor in tis issuwe, I
ptocital local noticoe, bti becautse ot
Ito shot iness of help and11( sicknei ss ii
hte famuilies of th ftoreoio wie have' t
')rego tis pleasanut feat ur te; suiflict
(1 say, thbey are' all men1 (If inte grit
md1( great business acumeni~ll, an td hatv
11001 in business for' yeats arid ari
.Aell ktnowut to our1 roal'deors, andm whal
lIcy say can b)0 counitted onl, tamt
shtat bhey advortise wvill be fouw t
uist ats r'epre'sentted. If you hay
teveri trade(1d anty witht them (1o tl(
tinvo any3 hesitancty about dloing 8<
or they wilI tr'eat y'o' 0. K.
- IRuldr, havo you pnaid you r
preacher 1nd t1ho pin ter?
--Thero is a (eml)antd ill town for
dry pintO woo i lat good prices.
-If you want to (enIj ly Christina.
just 10oson the purso utrin14I a little.
-This has boon a vary (Iry fall.
Tle roads are jit as good as iI mid
-Bring your roinant seed cot
ton to me. Will pay the highest
market, price. J. D. 1101der.
-.1,ho "aitriloly disease, as
Josh Billings was accustomed to sav,
is violently prevaloit in all sectio'is
of the couitry, and victinm to its hlr
rible ini-roadsi are being count.ed atl.
--J. J. Chandler ha moved baso
for anothor year. Hie has b0on i iin
r3ing E. S. Grilin' mill for several
ye.ars, but for another year he will
lhve charge of Benl Kelloy's mill.
Iis postoffico n ill bo Liberty. I F.
D. N o. 3. ie is at splIidid miller
and w0 bespeak for him a liberal pat
-Pickf n had a beaut iful snowf.ill on
inst Wednesday. At ono time oi
Wedlesday, we begcanl to think wo
w1l1d havo to shoulder our gun and
hunit Illhe man that wrote "The Snow%,
1wi. BautitifIl Snow," as it looked as
if it. would be impossiblo for us to
get out tis issue without that liter
--Maried on th I3th inst. at the
1 "Sideoce of Mi. Miles Fingleton,
faither of the bride, Miss Mary Sm
gi1t111, of tie Looper Section to
Mr. Melell IBaker, of the Porter
section, EhM J. T. Singlotoni oflici
ciating. The happy young coupie
hal1ve thl) bet wishes of their many
ft iends for a long life of happines.
-Noah I. Kennemore, of the
Kings reet.io", m11et with at heavy loss
Suiday about 12 im , when his crib,
Conttitilng between 250 and 300
busiels of c>r wi conisu1med by
fire. It stood just ttween li- ba1,ri1
alld st.ables, about fifteen feet aiay
f.m each ) t Ihey wie %re Saved. The
crib is supposed to have been set on
fire by rats.
--\k littlo airl tells what she knows
abouit Kinlg Solomon in the followinig
c.stv: "King'i Soloiioni wv t8 a
Man1 who lived ever so many years
lgo, an3d iln th country inl which lie
Iroelvelned Ie wa1s the whole push.
Kitig Slo1mn bilt Solomon's tem
ple and was the father of all tile
NI asons. lie had 700 wives and 200
lady frien ds, and that is whI V there
1r'e SO Ilaly Miasis in tho world."
---The i Graded scuhool will sispend
olperat ion Wednesday Dec. 23, aid
resmle work lMonday, .1ln. 3, 1904
The &chool has been dling excellent
work Since the opening, an)(d 11th av
erige attLendano has beeni larger
than at anly time Since the organlizal
tiol of the school netarly fouilr years
ago. There's just one thinig the
school lacks to do .sutccessfuul work -
3n m) to-dato school buildint.. The
be(st is none3 too goodi for l'ickens,
am-d the building is coming.
-"A tale that is soon1 told" is the
1issu3 we give you this week. It
speaks lor' itself, anud if you thinik it
wor'thy of anly lonlsiderationi, wo wvill
than11k yoni to say a good w~ordc for it.
It is in pro'per formn to he bound31( and1
may13 be of interest to you in after
y'ears if you sow it together antd pre'
serve it. Theli adivertisers are all good
sutanBt~til bus1iness3 men03, and we
hope1) tihey will be in) bus1iness for
many yers to come, and1( it wvould be
an I a1gr'ee 11 surpr'ise, 3as w~eli as a
sat isfation 03, should( your1 chiir lon, inl
aifter'3 yearst gol trad(e with them and33
say, 'the lirst ad(1ver'tisemtetf, of yourts
1 (ve saw' wa11 is itn t he hioliday11 nm
serivC this copy for the plearur and311(
bene~tfit of y'ourselfi and1( family3.
-NIliss Nanntie Mauldin our eli,
w \I ih a v'ery pa in fl acclide ( t11 last
Sundi~ay ovon ing, by h1avintg a ilib
br'okeni juLst above the( anklec. She
had beenI oni a1 visit to thle family
of her' fathor, 1R. E. MauldtIin, near11
i'h:aloy, an td r'eturin ing that. even ing~
witlih two of' Mr. A . M . Mori'
chi ildren'?, KIh) horse8 ShlO was dr'iving
(Il chke down and fe3(1 ll, thle veh11icle0
i eing on1 tan inc0lined place in the
roadl caused it to tilt up. Miss
NannI iI .1 jumpod (lut wI'ith tihe above
resul3 t. Dr. Gtl Iiland was called
last rep)otsi sh1e wa~s said( to be get
frindst throughlout th cil ount1 ly ar Ie
sorriy to hear of her' accidon t andl
hopo for bior a speedy ocovery.
"'Tie a1 string aro.unid youri Iiniger."
(let tht bottlo.1 of Rhonman31(ideo today b)e
fore your r'henmafltisml get (1 f11rm hold(
and1 U9)l0 becom 11 dagons.
The ILiberty (Graded school wvil
give ani oyster' suppe ne" ixt Ftiday'
evening, Dae. 18, at the r'o-.vni
llotel. 1'The purp'lose is torao
mionecy for a school pliano. The
friends oif theO schooi lt' areIcquetedi
1to 10oud theoir supp)tort ini so fari as
Ramons(Il E ng1lih Congh Svrup en res
conighis, coals1, bronehl'tI'Iis a13nh all kidred
tronbles. '25o at lre. Drui'g Storo, .J.
I). ?.,foorn. Craig 1Bros.
Installation of Officers.
Tho following is tIh progr mll for
Clihpulio Instal latiol of ollicQ1f of
Keoweno [ndge, No. 71., A. F. Mi.,
Dec. 19, 1913:
Ins8tallat i m1 of newly elvec'ted oflicers inl
cOurit bionse, 8 o'cloc 1). ml. Uanifer
rilm of 14 I'tler St ai )egrce il L iglo
I lll 1, 9 o'clock p. m. Sulpper at 10:30
O'clock p). inl.
At the Ist.iillitioi, adidrosses on
some of the features of Masonry will
be d( livered by A. S. itwell, 1) 1)
(1. M., Ninth Masonic District, andI
I. T. Jaynss, 1). 1). G. m., of Wai
The public is in vited to the instal
liaion e xreises in 0te court liouse.
All ladie -, eligible to the Eastern
Stair Degrev, desiig to have .l
81ame1 coiferred upon theim are r)
quested to bt at the entrance to the
Alilsoic I lall it 1) o'clock p. Iml., th
(eveiing of the 19th, w.iere tibey will
be met and provided for by a com
Greenville District Appointments.
The following appointments wero
made at the annua1i11l conference, just
closed, at G reenville, for this dis
GinA. : Dis-rac-r.
It. A. Child, presiding eldr.
Anderson--St. JJhbns, N . Kel
ley; Orrvillo, S. T, Creech; West E11,
1). W. Keller. lasley anl Ietheada
M. L. Banks, Fountain Inn, 1). P.
1303d; Greenville - Buncombe Street,
W. M. Diucan; IHampton Avemw, .J
W. Speakc; St. Pauls, T. G Herburt;
West Gireenviile, C. T. Harmon; Lib
G3reenville Carcuit,, C. D. Mann;
Greer's, 0. T. Harmon, sr.; Liberty,
N. L. Prince; McClure, A. A. Mer
ritt. bupply; NortLh Pickens, Chas. L.
MleCainl; J. P. A Itaiwav, superiimr.
ary; Pe-zor, 1. E Fl.hwards; Pende.
to;, S. W. ienry; Picklens, 0. M.
Abnoy; Piedmont, W. A. Betts; Ittid
Ville, T. J. White; Seneca and Vail.
halla, E. S. J m is, Starr and Ivia, J.
W. Bailey; Townville, 1). A. L *vis,
suipply; raveier's itest, Wv. L.. Gaui:.
Victor a'! Batesville, A. F. D iggers:
Walhalla Cicirit, .J I. Spinlks; West
minster, It N1. Dubose; N. S Bdlon
ger, supernumerarv; William4ton and
Belton, A. J. Cauthen, jr., Williaml
stoni Circu it, T. B. ltcy nolds; Wi
lianiston Female College, S Lidor,
Children's Dav at Iountain GIrove
thet first Sin lav was a su:'cess anlld
everybody seemed to eijoy them
selves. The w\'ay the outlng lcople
delivered Ilreji speelles reflected
credit, u poun their tatucher. The Rev.
J. P. Ata.v.iy, J. D. Eleuns and It. T
IKiens made slihort siecs which
were birigely enj-) ed.
J. .\M. liOdlespiO met with it very sec
riolus accident somaie time ag. while
return inulg from Pickens his t(mll 1a11
11av dislocating his ankle and bru i
iLig himi upl considerably. At pre -eil
Ie is d.ing very well.
There was a. wedding last Wed los
day1" at the hom$ I if tihbide' p1a
renits Mr antd Nrt. E. R. Porter, \I r.
T1. (3. Lyn1ch was ha~ppily married to
MIiss MIalissa Porter, the Rev. A. Ji
Simo 1 Slic5 jk.
Weare glad to sauy I hat ..1is's 1Ros
able1 to be outt again.
- iThe farmers of this Ol commuillty are
atlmo1(st lthrough so winig g rmain.
Sloan MI iller who is ill thei emloy
of the railriomad, s pent. last week withb
his miot her Mrs1.. E. A. D .ivis.
M Iiss Oljive NealI a charin i g youn Ilg
lady fromn Greenvillo is teaching the
MrI . andel\ Mrs. WVal ter 1, li.4er an
visi, ing the latiter's parent MiNIr. MIrs.
Clarience Will iamis v isitled hiis fr-iendc
Grover D)aeus latst Sat urday.
Misses0 Eunitice JBright anad Clouvit
Bow(en spent. last 811nday with IthIeh
friend NIiss Rosai Raintes.
Lawvrene, supent1 Soundayi wvithN Mi.*
F'anntie Bowen. V .oh-t.
Six Mile Locals.
There wasl1 a :iico little sn >w falli
Iast Wednes'day hut to) our dlisapi
pomt1 ,menit it mel(ted( he'ore we got to
sniow ball anly of the girls.
iiterestolg sermon ait Six .M ile
T1hursday 3d it.
W3ad (Gart and111( 1Beltoni )iIlard
have opene i a store nieart Pratorm.
(Garvin schlool op) -ned up l on the
30th l t. un lder' the flicienit man111age
mont of Rlobt. Craig,
Born unto Mr. and1( Mrs. TI. W3.
D)urham on thb 20th uilt., a (laughter.
I 'erry D~~uham visited( ini AnIdersonl
Joh and i 11( Claiudo 13B1ooghsF of
Piaters visiitted the famtily of thetir
uncle, Noah K fenieoreii Suntday.
Ben Satterfield mnade tiruteeni hun-ii
dred( pounds(1 of stedI cotton oin one
acre. Thaltu's thi , way to farm.
Prof. D)oc GI irrtlt i Lu iachinig
ai singinlg sehi ol atI C.uteu chee.
Our bLuIIeS iS increasing
to double it. You will as<
By giving our customers tl
mfloney. We have some ba
to your interest to see us 1:
We have on hand a large s
expecL to sell at a bargain I
will pay you to examine o
We have a nice line of Dr)
are always ready to serve
head and with i scolf Saya something
about tis poor 1m1n1 coming to
churlc i 1such a garb ald 1that he
had better stay ed I at loam.
My God, Mr. E4aditor, thore is going
to be more of those kind of cbureh
members in hell than Cartor h id
oats. There will not be half enough
of good men in Abraham's bosom to
carry the water that will be 110eded
to cool these so-called church mem
bo's' par'clhing tongucs. B.
Six Mile Dots.
Hurral for the Snow \Vednesday
muorniing! Th t abbit itunters were
Very Much disappointed1 the snow bo
inm; very lgt
Mrs.. Joh011 11 Adori Of Kingsi, visited
the fautily of W. A. liondricks re.
Cleo .\ann, wh.) has been in Atlan
fa for (lite a w.hilo returno(d horine
last 8'a3tmi-day. 11 is 80110vilat im
13mimi Smith of Anderson visited
o' Hoetion recit~v.
1 b Ma1ubu lin whiVnoved to (or
oria som timo ago has moved back
to his Ilitive homeiv. lie can't istav
away from ol South Carohina long.
T. B. Loop.r of Loopera ste ti. -3n
visito I rulativos and friemis in ou1r
Hcti on liast Satlurdaiy and Sund'1y.
Little Louis and Deina Maulin of
Stew.art wee'0 ho guests of thei'
C usin G -nia Mau uldin Su11 1d 'y.
III reyIv to Nir. B. I will just say it
l 111be a ib eatiLiful sit uaLio in for a
cotton muill and also a graded school
buildiIg andih for sLtres, (at.ton) gilns,
fur 1um1 ier' yardslz thbey are' plenitifulh,
and3( ini youri pass4inlg through 1last
Tuosd8( tv 1 supp >so~ yo0 u realiizud thie
Mesr. Eliz i Tro()tter has1 beeni
spen43ding soveraiil daiys in the Looper
kiv in ouseci miOl1 531 3 failed( to call Onl
the.writer', so) 8he wVill have to hiack
a1way~ wit h13er1 old one0.
If the) readers of Ithe entLiniel -
Joiurna l thik miy item~ 3as dlull as8 my1
old kniife', they sure1lv tink them
dull. I thii nk I amn ent itlud to 1new
kniife, 11a! ha3!.
Weo are' gladt to~ know01 that the little1
sonl of Bud1( ltioe hasi much iwr1oved.
M%1r. and3( .irs. Joe Finidley of New.
ry passe(Ud throu03gh our1 section3 last
Si turdahny on1 thieir way13 to visit, the
I 1tter' m3other11, Mr's. Jan113 Roberts of
Stew art .
Cilstma) I is111 abost her and0 the( ii(
writer h >pes to have her sh1t1 o1330f the
cakesH and g. 44( hin31gsi.
llev 1). A. [.ewi s of Lib( rty v'isited
in 0133 sectonii h11t week.
Schoo313l e- d1 up 0on the 2d inist.
Wvith thati (xO -Ihlnt tea~cr Leo Gill
Mr's. A.. I'. Alexanider wals 11ho
gueost gues't, of her(1 daul~ghter Mr s. C.
L. W ilim n his0 t 118 unda illy.
in br .\1VMr0. SiIhldon of (Greenville
Wak up 1B.3301hy, Maid ('311 and
(Oa)' Ey'es fiar Chriistmaizs is ablo~ost
hero b( (o do n.st be silentL 8'> song, so
long. I en1j Iy read(ing the itemse oif
all the~ O ioresp131 ondens.
W ih inrg te Selntii inol-JournaIl and 13 (
r'eaders a Merry'1 CJlaiustmas31.
That's wvhat you need; some
thing to cure your bilious
ness and givc you a good
digestion. Ayer's Pills arc
liver' pills. T1hey curc con
stlipation and biliousness.
Gently41 laxative. AlldugTst.e.
3r w o .1' r 33I ib b .k 'i'TI,'n u1.
BUCKINGH AM'S !DYEi%*.r.
(I e,' nv ) e n ..... n, 3 4 4 '. - A o Nas a'. . N. H.
Again, Mr. Ilitor, wo resuml1e Onr11
sont to give yoll it few do(s, though
no don't kmvw whether Tho 8ntinl
Joirial iS lt.ill bilg publialho( Orl
not, as we haven't received at copy of
the paper. thsR month,1.
Smith lb1ollins requlests (lhe writer
to 1Ay that 110 thiinks it wouhl be a
good thing to chango The Seitiucl
.Iouri'nal from a weely to a monthly
paper, as hie doesi't, re-ceive his paper
bist lbout onlce a month.
SIto says he was at 1InIz.1I psto.li *
last week aini tihe subscribers to The
Selntinil Jorin up1111) thero rce.ive thei
plaper everyv wcok lot la1tor than)
Tuirsdiaty. '1 heir minail fac.'ilities aM
not is good Is oirs. They have at
da1ily na'.il of about sievent-enl ml les
distaneo fromi PiCkIns, while WO hav-1
two mails a day of about nineatee'nu
m.1iles d1-istance, U1aking it by, rinvav.
Now, Mr. 1' lor, We(l don't think
it i3 you r fault, as wo beliovo th1i
papers are put in the olflito at. Poltk.
ells oil %vediesday eveliilig hk yAo
st, but ter1e is at dte11lli, [ .)'y som'.e
where- Wno kno no V 1t where(. W\o
oughrlt to r! cuive milr papers befor.,
the news b., ('18st s ialo.
hi.Ister Delnnisi Crai.g, son)0 of John
cratig, i4 Cl.1ekiln in the Comay
Store ait this phitce. IHouitonl Cril,
hlis brother, who for-nojrly lire. t
thi plave, is now Cecii i ii > r F. 1.
folgn & Bir"., lit C -ntal.
.IMrs. .1 F. Ballister went to reel
ville to visit. r-Ittives4 and friow1s.
J. Luither K.'lley has movcl I fromi
his fither's m1:11 ,leir. this placa, to
his fXtherii-law's, N. 1. UIi11'4,
niear Mitad-leni's bridge. Luthier ex
pects- to follow the s til ill business
\Vhen L. A. Brown dmg his sweet
potatoes thii fall he still had potatioes
grown ill the ,year 1902 as soiud as
a dollar. Whi > ctin beat that!
On last Ttiesid'iy A. A. Piitrjjij
killed a hog, C. I C. stock, 274 days
obl, that weighied 2%30 potimdd.% MIr.
Pilgrim s.tys lie never fed it but
three busle's of Cort ill all. H1e
raised it In sweet potatoei d1111 uilt
D. L. K ty, onl list NIotd'iy killed
two Ilogs of tile sam1o siock, fifteen
and ai halt f limlths oldi, (1eh, that
weighed 2710 aind 329, s1)iCLively.
D. A. Perritt. kil'ed ai hog solo
timie ag t hat weighed 292 pountds,
at ifteen 11101nth.s old. Thiis was the
same 11g that NIr. Perritt proiniold
tle olitor of this paper ia mw!-ss of
ibs w'.hen he kill ed it. Mr. PUriit
thought his hog would tip the wale
at 400 1 mdIldi, but aias .\Mr. Purritt
is short 108 pounds of miet. So NIr.
Editor if you didn 't get yoir ribs
donl't thinik hard11 Of him1. [We hav1\e
not 118 yet, received the ribS I lt Still
living inl hos E Iit )r
Last Thluirsdav' the 11t1 inst , will
be a day long to bo reimembered, tho
occasion being th h in 1t of le 'r
ner 'Stonle ait, the Nrri inill. AVter
a sumfllptuous (l dineir was sorvetd it
the 110tel to 1,he tfni31rW' of the Mih
and the invite.d geits. The core
Ilolliesl wer' carrield miut inl 't slcces
fuil way. Trhe miill being closedt d IIi
for ashort whilo on thei a11.o mIu of
that occasioni. ITid p)Jople aniom~
bled in ai part of the extLensi n, not
yet tilda with miachiiner an.) 111 after
sion1 by Cil. D). K. Norrisd, he0 intro.i
dIuced( Judge~( J. N. H ook, of Clemsoni
Co)Illege, whot deli vere I a hii gly intera
esting add((ross After the cluo of
Lis part of thle cerema ilnlS, LtIhe stone1
w..as formially placo I by J. 8. 1 I..l,
buiildhing inspenctor for the c> I pani~y.
Thiis st~i~o ni tains mU~my v dut Iblel
l1pper pertaiin lg to is mI ii l's his8
tory, tila cotton anIIld mi 11 fufnLt ii ngI
initerests andti othier'subj cts r08 elating
to) thel businel(ss
Thatl~ jul'i ) o fellow, W. l; An
lst, week. . tr. An t honly is repr10
sentlingi thei Tr'lave'llr's Ins'l~uancu
CJomnpany. and1( saliie it, to say thatL
he mleet s withI snecess a8 t neiarly
evr pIlace hle gioes.
L~j Wi. II ill, of 1'0sley, is mvin~ g to
Reuv. M.f P. NI atheney". has ju t
closedl ai seris of ILc. ting-I IlL (Camp
Creek chiurch. W\e arie Ltoi I tt
Mrii. lI'litur, youlH sirinek thle key
headed " ('bo Poor N li n 1 an i th
Churchi.'' Oiie cant hiardly ait tend(
chiorebh ill the e) >nn1'ry as1 well ias in
Lowlis, blt whlat ali e.N ao facbillii o or
that11 editorid l meets ones1 eyets.
Let Mr'. C., whlo mayk bei hasi b. on1
blessed withI this wi rbl's goiods a
little abIIo hisi lieighibor, atni who is
aible to wearl1 a go.i s'it of che hi is,
hiis eye caitches0 ansohe 11 mo1 orla1 two
that hue t hiinks is his equijal, or' a little
aliikes hillid with Ltest 111en and1
may~ be at, t he( .same1 ti1)no H noni 1)oor
hlonIest. Inan~l, butI who is noi t able to
dress ini a stylishi mnner~i, is stand.
ing by the conseqjuue is If that
1)oor1 Il'til 11 ('Ver cogiz/ 'd at al', it
is j it byV a sl iglit bow.I ani thiesei we''tll
dos(sed1 11(1 Len turn Lhir bac I11(k on1 himI)
and bi e isi 3V1 never nticed anly moreI'l.
chiurchel thi poor101 man is ne0ver' Vivted
inI and1( mide Li) f'eel at hi >m:l, nai not
(ve be01 thIle pr'e relier, butI if hii goos
in hliha tot taiL~ke a bac(k Heat, so
humlible andli elramped hie feels, andh
man:11, on11( who wanits to bie ntidiced ont
the necoun I)t of her1 I liat' no-n rii heu'
every day, and we expect
how we expect to do it?
ie best goods for the least
rgains in flour. It will be
'efore you buy
tock of shoes, which w e
or a short time only. It
ir line before buying.
Goods anid Notions. We
Bank of Central.
An inltitution that melanls much
for. tho gromwth an1d developinout of
Contral i th establishment of Aln u).
toiate b. mking ente prise Thw bank of
Central ii Capitalized at, $20,000, and
will open dooni for businees about
Jan11. 1st 1904.
The btilhding 13 a substantial brick
structiro 20x40, ceintra!ly located.
The fixtures have been ordered and
will bo iu plice for Iusiness by the
beginning of the Nuw Ye'ar.
The directors, arc: F. B. Morgan,
J. N. Morgan, lIlinrv Bowen, B. J.
John1111n, i. . Shirliy, J. McD.
BrLLue, W. L. Gassowny and T. M.
Olicri, F. B. Morgan, Pr esident,
J. N. Morgan, Cashier.
Resolutions of Respect.
WhlTereas, it hiasI pleased Go.1 in Hit
alhViso Providonueo to renovo frol
our miidt our lielovOd sister, PaIlulin(o
leDaniel, be it
ItRsolved, 1-t That wo are deep
IY grivel by our hss, but bow in
8limission to H~im will.
2 1. Tbat, a biank page in our min.
utle bootik 1hc iscribed n ith her name.
3d. Thiat, the Pickens Chapter ex
t md I Iir sinccro 3111datly to tie
be1'0aved fimily in their 1 anlictioni.
4th. 1 hat a co)y of thse reisolu
Ii is 0 preserved )y tho Chapter,
an1nl to the fam111ily and also to the
c.tim pater for puiblicatioi.
Signed, 2irs. 1. A. Gilranth,
Alrs. 0. E Rfobinson,
Nlias Marie Folgr.
'Isaqeena Cotton Mills.
Laiot Wednonuday waIs a big deay in
the history of tho growmjg fown of
( ontraliI. T1'ie occasionl wasl the Icy.
mg,. of tho cornorstonIe of the Isa.
geena Cottn ills with appropriate
Theii pilatt is a model onlO through-i
out, and means mnuch~l for the materi
ali prosperity of the towni of Central
atal addsI to the growth of the
conitly at largo. Hion. .Juilius E.
Boggsu wais the oraitor of thle d ty, and
viuddly tohul the 8t.ory' of Iwequeenau
the heoroinio for wich the big mtuill is
Th speaker relatest a great deal
of local history cilustoring around
this I hrillinig Indian legend, andu conl
grait ulated tihe managemntI on the
s'eection1 of so Ibeaut1 ifl a name113
Mir. Boggs soc gave a resume of
tue growth andi deovelopmenoit of tihe
co)tto mi Iill ind(ustry) II in ouih Carouli.
11a iln and Pickens county in) particlI
TIhen folioowedx ~he d 1epositL of im.
the corner~ stone. Am~ m1) the (depos
its, were copies of the state papers,
couty apers101, ai lista of the state0 (f
fleers and11 (countiy V~otor. Th'lo miilt
is caphiLze/.d at. $200,000. Theiu di
r et ctor areo: O. A. Rt bbins, Chaurlotte,
J. J. Fretwll , Anders01uon, J. F.. O.,.
t rl, D). K(. Norris, Ce3I ntl. a
O)Ielers, D). K. Norr'is,Pr.an
Treas$., 1L. I. (hunios Socrotary.
Notice i.i boreby given that the
Il(ooks~ of ilubscri1ptionl to the catpitu
stock of the Caluumet Mannfactu ring
C'o., ill bo opened Saturday Dec.
2(i, 190:3, tt the Li berty flank, in the
towni of Libe'rty', S. C., at 10 o'clock.
H. L. Clayton,
WV. i f. Chapman,
H. C. Shirley,
Rt. F. Smzith,
BI. I. (Callahamn
D~oesna'h t Rsp)ect Old Age.
It's shameiful whenou youth fails to showv
F 1oper respec)t for o)hl ngo", but1 jus~t tile
contrarvlI'~ inl th1e oase of 1 a. King's New
1Li10 PitllS. TIhey3 cutL off' myaladioq tno
mauttt'r how severo an i irrespective of
(11h iago. D yspaplSi - , .Janitico, J"r ver,
Conlstipaltioln all yield tothis perfect Pill,
'25o at Pickenus Drug (Jo.