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The PiAm Seintuel
PICEES,. S. C.
- JANCARY 1. 1914
-nc- t es-cna -fsesee 1- 6.a. 4.
GARY Hior MANAGER
The Sotinl is not responsible
fothe views of its corres
INEW YEAR'S RESOLUTIONS
Although .Usually Broken They Often
n amt in Worth Whle
- the close of the year a great
mnany men and. women review the
namnd experiences through which
a PVesVassid, and reul"ve to proft
- 'thaeduring the-omIng year. Many
- nmIN turns over a new leaf," and
uza worman emphatically declares.
t' de wil.handon this foly'and
SSo many fafl-in their resolves
w-Yeses. resolutions have be
inb~eit of jest.
st hie there may be a humorous
-.hare ft1 subject there Is aertainly
4mideeserious ozte'tlian some appear
1o Uie.It mke no
eMfwhin t ut New: Yar' ee or any
, there has to come a time
nthe3Nofdl whemn there Is an a&
untmfng with self. It is only through
chno-accoutings that men and womes.
fnadhemselves, learn t nwte
iselves and, knowing,; become what
-Rev. Br. Talhage used to tell the
story'of a'yoniman who annually de.
1oted New- Year'seve -to a review of
iths year ended cnclunding with reso
}lutiona which he. seldom kept, pr an
geat length of time. Iding lazily-bank
young man would smnka cigar, think
* oer the year, and:.make~his resolves.
~One New Year's eve he-thought and
ed-ha aw Juthe smoke-as it
. upward the word "resolutions.'
....fancied him to serija4cnsidr
teally gone upin smoke. Be was
* e thit they should no longer end
3Dach time be told this story Doctor
mgaassured his hearesthat this
oung man 'was today one of the fore
bnielne men of New York city,
factor In its. commdercial life and a
.be' made only to:. obrok~n, .the
eit ome ithe fee of every
and .womnan when they make one
preme resolve 'which is ithe weiring
Yeat resolutions even though
would. bi'oken, because he knew
in the end they woeld result in
'GOODBY, OLD YEAR, GOODBYP
* Margaret E. Sangster.
* Goodby old year, goodby."
We've had good times together:
* You gave us many a bright blue Sky,
And sometlmes stormy weathe.
But we'vehbad lots of fun
We've alkatr d, Eshed and boated;
And now, jr~t as the year is done.
'In school *e've been prompoted.
Old ye~r, be bave and-proud;
-Uh bannerS foating over yOU
You join the aIaowy crowd
Of years that ,ent before you.
* 'Goodby, old year, .goodby;
With "flins"M to ypur story,
The stars hma out, on high.
Toight your way swith glory.
He=aae, coated TPod1Brth,
Ok~popl, yungpeople and m' aged
people alare fsleaning tat dhe best liver
remedy oneathis thefamous
BUTTONS are better; they never\
fail-always give gentle action and
for malaria and to drive poisons from
the bowels, nothingissogood.
Freple LIR BU TO~Sand booklet
about the famous HotSprings Rheumatism
Remedy and Hot Springs Blood Remedy at
'Dicke..-s Dr.... ropn
So goes. the old year forth, as ge
A king with no atn-train,
As goes a mnonarch od whoos
Hi1s'further efotis in vain.
In stately sequence they hve goe
' The coutier montsand now, aone,
The old year, prouidly falters, on,
The new year comes to damm histhrone.
Burt we that stand as subjects stand
Within the -temple of the -years
While. faints the narrow thread of sand
That in the tineglas now appears
. 4 Should we look out adown the way
Whereon our eager feet -would faraz
Or should we gaze at yesterday
And see what is i-ecorded there?
backwardthen a mioment's space
- backwaat the dmighils
Ere, it old -timie with gentle grace
Countiiow the'h6-' twhich eld thegol
Wh hdbeen rtwi and keep,
ae htve in our sykn ol
Feared tlat the'cim was long and steep.
Now the horizda whence we wend
.*I - --ad
Seeinsbut a ah asmooth af
Where frowningil and valley blend,
-And 'an lad were light to bear.'
Couldo we go back! Ah, unhtwe go
Oncemoreupon tih dindhng way
tie t isin fret us so
Teo Te trifa now, oee
geaze-btk at te fdin iw
The com siteof ughs a tears
Tfiejiitu tfacelhe' iadwaiyn.
The iewyear comes, as comes a king,
dwin rich stf and gold
t Wun it we MaY bring
The good we farnered from the old.
(oyrTht in th tG.lpasno ape
pelpng-ny ne hyoul wee outwn the way
UPOEyorlf ishouldh woe. yes omk htmrgter
and Andr oyu prseeD not'sol hehappdessf th atres
eveye.m angshrtae. athoendto spae-oftehatsht
.we ou ok'vrt bassara the dayaging hllsn huh wHb or
H reAVEtyohldrene wThenembr taeneyuwreyug
Cunt owthm.hee heibsahiced that oalsmeivtred hd
-1a t tearsous.owi adkep
SFYO ave thatiwed ither ovrtheibac souls vr h eacp, e
not ecal teae tatwr that hlmas ong ndwt snobaleropvt.s
groingtonre othehpoorionhuteoucw esoent urdyu
togu ad o hik Wice foreou spandley.led
ACH .dyreado Andbaylogtdo were beauttfo ber.Itmyb
ildegle u Cold wie go acre Ahf yo igretlowen gort.Ada
ON' oish the ating o tbe yith "hrvl"etrws-Siyusef
Har luk evaecatpth ahslr hsi reo n ido
Thlr ese ooite your aghnttemnueakcs- s
OO Thenourn Dofathe nsrvdwnew.p t' ee tolt
Tohmie. ne yrer coms as uncome caion. pronaea
effort tormiss yourchange thenlines
E HONT!a Evnt withw youring oebinscnblev hi w
*is o' Tenollwyour nerefonthe ldies.it hr sn
have formed osurely hto must. hav Ca cndusan d elwa'
Tths e of lfe ognred iMae ofic apoefatrn the nmin yerni.,
An rmayv toak nard, te g he suhieanehervnergodsirt
WPHATEE yourf wors let te oe eltotekethathsbe hoe bightr.
n bts for your presli lce. soIf he haien't any lifea
F oUhvecaeday humanben' eiae Batengtoth joy1of tihbe ath and be~
whenh you goaver ton. this ay eai, awr ovingatsougit way be olr~
Uandi myo em hidren Then are yunhberetrchm thatoceyuweyon you
shoulid ithol thatve which It dbesi htyunelssytrelacl
D OU' hae gospdoom t he oelr ugac fnc whic poe the t pheir8rt
shehs yo oprtnit to ae a hanfoth betwtr a couse you an-ar
BING rea theunkbing, wod thate hge onilityh nowball proclivtward
growingan toeidal.I proouri.t you tcand reolve tc gad yurec
ctrnue igant thikdic yore younnpeg Yoncanoe tndsil.yuete
move dyrard oe baktard. thuh...oebaiu ed I a
Thl~ goldqesn curl wloveo apirei you areookinnswer it. comnd ear?
If yo hav cloed tenh oft yorhard lagainsties merciu you
-slfi or Reolv o els.ght ortloe rsmnu a ea ng ees. ordorwt
the new year. I o the linaest ure on th ord up? It noee itoo laur
efrtTEVE miss bfle you th ine s ,rmme htteei nte
chaes. DnThe nol your nam onh thresolfdeceiers ithe Teren sl no
hope o o i. you dsaoihi.hp n osbiiya o ar om t
H . AE youbee a litl bit shak toar ,yida oARAR codutht.o
Norris Local News
As the last evening rays mark
the close of day. we think how
soon the Old Year will soon
have passed and thinkhow the
angels sang at the origin of
Christmas, which hallows the
expiration of each year. Why
should people. not likewise be
glad and give thanks to God in
the same attitude as the angels
Rev. Lenhardt and family
have moved to Norris. Rev.
Lenhardt will take the circuit
Rev. Thomason formerly sup
Miss Hattie Boroughs of G.
F. C. is at home-for the holi
Mr. and Mrs. B. R, Parrot. of
Six. Mile were guests at the
home of Mr. - and Mrs. S. E,
Mauldin last Sunday.
Miss Alma Clayton will leave
immediately after the holidays
for Spartanburg, where she will
take up school work.
Mr. Bud Gilstrap aid family
have recently moved from their
country home to Norris and
have rented their former home
to Mr. N. Sentell.
The home folks and friends
of Mr. -Wade Williams of Be
attle Washington are expecting
him home at an early date,
Misses Ollie and Nettie Mulli
nix, Lucy Brock and Kate
Hunter were in Liberty Satur
Miss Nina Griffin, who has
been attending school in Ashe
yille, N. C., is with home folks
for the holidays.
Mr. Rosco Mauldin spent Sun
day at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. J. E. Parsons near Cen
Rev. W. M. Walkersof Liber
ty has been elected pastor for
1914 at Golden Creek,
Mr. Tom Hooper and family,
who lived near Golden Creek
the past year will move to Mr.
Sam Wilson's farm below
Sale of Lots in Central.
I wi s 11 to the highes bi-Ider at
Pjckens. S. C.. on salesday in January,
1914. im ediately after the public kales,
the oi~lowing lots in Central. s. U.:
Four Iota kiuown in the O'Dell survey
as lowt Nos. 5!, 55, 56 and 57. Frontin2
on 5th street onl the west and running
baick to an alley 160 feet. Bounded on
the north by a branch and on the south
by 3rd si reet. The four lotas contain one
acre mo>re or less and adjoin each other.
Near cotton mill an~d gradled school:
Ta: msi One half cash, balance to suit
purchas( r. Title good.
W. L Vickery,
3c Per (. E. Robinson. Atty.
Paisuit to a decree on file in roy offce
and signed by the undersigned, r otice
sgeretty given that 'ill creditors in th~e
caeof Mary F. Clayton, plaintiff.
against City National Bank of ,Green
ville et al. defendants, who have not
already prove.d their claims against the
s~ste of 28. L. Clayton, deceased, are
required to,prove the s'ima before the
Probate Ocurt of Pickens Couudty, s. C,
an or by the 5th day of January. 1914.
or be barred fro~m marticipating in any
distribution of fnds in the hands of
the Executrix of said estate.
J. B., Newberry.
J. P. P. C.
Forty-eight acres valuable
farm lanid situated within one
mile of the city limits of the city
of Easley, S. C., near Alice cot
ton mills. This property has a
new eight-room dwelling house,
ample out-buildings and a good
barn on it. The land is very
strong and is (specially adapted
to truck- farming. For prices,
terms. etc.. call on or write to
Jos. E. Leach, Attorney, Eas
ley, S. C. .
A Victrola Outfit
A genuine Victor Victro
la--style IV, oak, 13 double
ten-inch. records, 26 selec
ions, 1000 V\ictor Needles,
All For $25.00
Write for description and
list of records
John H. Williams
Grand Opera House Building
Greenville, S. C.
Call and see our Christmas
Bargains in Pianos and
load of 1
Needs no introdu<
for they are well I
most every counti
years of handling
to be the best fini
wagon sold todayN
are from Missouri
Buy one Mitchell
We have them in a]
three-horse. A little hi
the long run they are mr
Sole Agents for Walk-Ov
Machines, Iron King StoveE
. Mitchell Automobiles.
A LONG SLEEP.
"ristiddy was 151 an' today Ist
"GeeI Bow's that? 37e must've
Elept a whole year last night."
A New Year's Wish.
. My New Year wish is.. that ail
through the year the yetraswil
have contained as much happiness as
you wish for the tomEEWs.
-genuine refreshment!. Starts
quick as the first delicious
drop of Pepsi-Cola moistens
your tongue.- Lasts long as
the fruity, tart juices and, oils
stay in your system and mirc
with your blood. Not so
sweet as some others-it stop:
thirst-doesn't produce more!
Anybody can drink it and fee!
gives you naturalrefreshmernt
in a perfectly natural way.
It's pure. Cools off bodyr -
wakes up mind. It isn't
medcine-it's pleasure and
benefit all day long! Do you
idrir.k Pepsi-Cola? One glass,
then a second will prove it is
better than them all Try it.
You're thirsty, NOW!
tion to the people of
inown, not only in thi(
in the United States
the Mitchell W agon 1
hed, lightest running,
Don't take our wor
,just ask It ie man whc
and you will never ow
I sizes, from the lightest oi
gher in price, perhaps, than
s, Hats and Gents' Furnishing Got
r Shoes, Hawes Hats, Carhart 0,
, Chase City and Babcock Bugg
Low cost? Why a F
twenty-five and a third
this is not an exceptio1
Fbrd ecoimy is a big
Fiye hundred dollars isi
runabout; the touring c
car seven fifty-f. o. b.
equipment. Get catalo
Smith & Jones, Easley,
kept in stock.
L. J. SMIT H
Come and do your
prepredto give yu ugooc
most anything you may wa
BE RGHT.We have a
-wish to close-'out, and will
Come and buy. 12
happy and help to -rnake d
D. E. Farr, who recently re
sumed control of the Fountain
Inn Bottling Works, is now
manufacturing a drink which
he has na'fned "Kola Blease,"
It is essentially the same "'dope"
Ias the famous Coca Cola, and
both because of its taste and its!
name will provaapopular bev
erage. Mr. Farr has cip~right
'ed nerame, which he has spe
*cial permission. to use, and has
taken every necessary legal step
to protect his rights.-Fountain
T nn Tribune.
county, but al
. Oui past
has proven th
and most dura
d for it, but if y
, owns a Mitch
n any other mak
ie-horse to the heav
other wagons, but in
&s a Speciaty
veralls, New Home
es, Mitchell Wagons
ord recently averaged
miles to a gallon of gas
undred miles! And
ial Ford performance.
eason for Ford popu
he new priceof the Ford
ar is five fifty; the town
Detroit, cdmpr'ote with
and -particulars from
S. 0. Repair parts also.
H. N. JO@NES
trading early.' We are
service. We have a
*nt inDry Gooads, Notions
UR PRICES SHALL
good 'many things w~
make liberal discounts
ae yourself and fmiiy
"Tickle the Editor."
An exchange says that. ther
is a new game called "Tick
the Editor." The way it
played is as follows: You take
an ordinary sheet of writing pa
per, on which you pen a few
ines suitable for the occado
Next you fold it carefully.enclos
ing in the fold a check or post
office order sufficiently large to
pay all arrearages and a year or
moe in advance and hand or.
send it te the editor. Keep an
eye on himnand if a smile adorns
his face the trick works .fine
Now is the time to play the