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PIOK$NS, S. C., JANUARY 29 1914
In Your Nam
I /v of 00 Pickens
ness ned many of
Ing inquiries or
sent in t eir nominations.
'This is tho time to enter
your name and set out to win
1one of ~the prizes offered to
those who get ihe greatest
Azmber of votes In the contest.
It vill require a little .time and
energy to win one of these
prizes, but think of the reward.
If you enter today and work
steadily you may win the hand
some $700 Self'Player Piano. If
you delay, the votes that might
easily be yours today may by
tomorrow have been promised
to somb more energetic candi
Keep 'your Friends in Mind
Do not forget any of ~your
friends. There are plenty of
,.hem and there is a chance you
niay forget some until it is too
late. It is a good plan to niake
a list of all those who you think
may help you, and when a new
name ocuurs to you get it down
on the 11t s6 that no opportun- I
ity may 6-e lost.
A number of Persons have
written the contest department
that they are willing to sub
scribe to The Sentinel, but that
they desire to wait until some
one from their section enters be
fore handing in their subscrip
tion. Here is an opportunity for
candidates all over the territory
of the contest, This shows that
there are votes to be had, not
only forithe asking, but simply
by sending thel't names. These
votes will come hot frotp f riends
only, but from strangers aswell,
who are interested and want to
help some one win a pri'ze.
Persons -living at a distance
from Pickens need not hesitate
to send in their subscriptions so -
cured by'them, as the votes will t
be mailed to the contestant for
whom they are intended or else
~to the -subscriber, whicheyer 'is
desired, Those living at a dis
tance will receiye the same at
tecntion and their interest will be
as carefully looked after as the1
contestants living within a stone
throw of the contest offee
Don't Stay Behind
Don't sit back and allow oth
ers to get all the good things
In life. Grasp the oppor
tunities that come your way.
This is one of the opportunities
of a lifetime, and you will be
sorry if you do not take advan
tage of it.
Keep a cheerful and confident
spirit. If It is apparent that you
. expect to win you v'ill get many
interested who would not like to
see you disappointed. They'
wish to be of use to some one
who wilmake the most of what
ever aid is given them. .Per
-.suade them that you are that
person and then make up your
mind not to disappoint' them or
yourself. Votes are given on
old and new suibsdriptions, paid E
. -* ln advance; also for those paying I
arrearages. Work and win.
If you have any complaint to
make kindly send it t~o the con
test department Pickens Senti
nel. We want every body satis
Aboye all, pay no attention to
rumors. They are usually cir'
c dlated by your competitors or
their friends for the puirpose of D
-Once entered, do not drop out.
What If some one should be a I
few votes ahead today? Yod]I
*- put some s nd on the track and
pass then) Vmorrow.
* ~ ~,Interest
-~ - hW'hiterest Is being taken
4e Sentilel's Great Prize
Voting Contest. NothIng has
ever been attempted In tihis part
4 of the state that has attracted
such uniyeisal attention., The
contest departmnent was busy all I
E week answering letters and ex-j
plaining the contest to the many
interested residlents of Pickens
county. Some of the more pro
gressive have taken a subscrip
tion book and are already call
Ing on tlielr friends and getting
their su lscriptions. Tlhe contest
ants tha get started In th~e next
few day~ arqmthe ones th'ft will
have thsedsIest work. Now the
field Is . iew and stibscript ions.
*are easy\ to ge, but later on
w het el has been carl
yassed, i~ will. be much -harder
to procurO subscriptions than at
th'e presen time
[EL'S GREAT P
e Today And Wii
Dollar Player Pik
iend or RQ patay
Don't Forget oster Period
Don't forge t
DRIOD" that "BOOSTER
d you now in full swing,
R n11 receive more Votes
ons during the first
perlod than . will receive any
>ther time dur the contest.
BOOSTER PER ends Feb.
11th, and you will s nt to so
:-ure every subscriptio possible
efore that tim . Loo at the
;calo of votes printed I where
md you will see that is to
rour intol-est to get a your
lends working for you iring
3,OSTER PERIOD. Af ter
300STER PERIOD a s aller
iumber of votes will be iven
with each subscription.
Remember that BOO TER
?ERIOD ends Wednesday, Feb
Lith, agd thab never again dur
ng this contest will so many
rotes be given for a single stb
;cription. The number of votes
;o be given on the regular scale
Ind the extra votes are as fol
REGUJLARSOALE OF VOTES
years subsci'ption, 5,000 votes
6 12,000 votes
EXTRA VOTES ALLOWED
Af ter the BOOSTER P RIOD
mds the number of votes that
will prevail during the second
>eriod will be smaller: so get
>usy and be the winner of the
Ninnerof the $700 Player Piano.
The total number of votes, in
-luding the regular scale and the
)xtra votes to be allowed during
he First Period is's follows:
vears subscription 30,000 votes
Below will fe found a list of
he contestants and their stand
ng, according - to the votes
:ounted up to Saturday night,
Wiiss Mabel Henderson..-40,000
" Willie BagwelL......31,O0.
"Inez Smith ...31,000
"Lucile Wyatt ---...-1,000
"Ora Miller, it 6, .-...l,ooo
" Pearl Fmndley, R6,.-.31,ooo
"Mabel Duckworth .....,ooo
4rs. Loule Ballentine -l,oo
. C. Kelley -................1,5
fiss Mary Rowland =.-. 31,o0o
"Vivian Rowland -l,0o
"Maggie Carson 1~ ,ooo
fiss Nina Porter, R3,.... 40,ooo
lo mer Edens .......-.-....-210,000
liss Bernice Carey.-......4o,o5o
frs. Bert Joe---...l~o
liss Grace Hutchings.-.....lo,ooo
"Emily Bright I,ooo
"Gertrude Harris --.--..l,ooo
frs. B. G. Field, R 3,.'.3-,oo0
irs. lien Hendricks:L......--1,000
tobert Welborn..... ......121,ooo0
larry Robinson -........ ...l,ooo
4rs.' iesse Morris.-.....'.....97,050
4iss Monetta Stewart........31,ooo
"Nann iePorter 1,o00
"Jennie May Julian Ri, 31,oo0
"Etta Mae Merck, R2, l1,o00
olhn Smith, R 1, -.......... l,l0o
liss Nelle Robinson -.. 10,000
"Kate Black -.........,31,000
"Annme Belle Brown 36,000
" Miss JimmieParsons 31,000
"Essie Clayton, R 3,..10,050
the Seven n
Miss Leila Jones, Marietta l,ooo
Berta Jones, Six MiIe,,ooo
" Lillian Ramsay-_1,ooo
Miss Callie Chapman is on an
extended visit to relatives at
Spencer, N. C.
Miss Net Pearsons has return
ed from a visit to relatives at
Mrs. R. Crenshaw and chil
dren, of Atlanta, have been the
guests of Mrs. B. H. Callaham.
Misses Florence and Nan Bow
en, after a visit to Mrs. J, F.
Banister, have returned-to their
home at Pickens.
Wayland Hutchins. a. student
at Olemson, spent the week end
with his father, C. L. Hutchins.
Mr. and Mrs. Strickland, of
Gainesville,' have arrived and
will make this their home.
On Thursday afternoon, 15th,
Mrs. J. A Blum entertained foi
Miss Florence Bowen, of Pick
ens, A most pleasant hour was
spent in playing progressive
heart dice. Miss Willie Parsons
rendered several musical selec
tions. A salad course and hot
chocolate were served the guests
by Misses Marie Smith and Lau
ra Blum. Red hearts were given
the guests as souvenirs of' the
Thursday evening Misses An
na and Nelle. Irwin gave an in
formal reception in hono)r of
Miss Mattie Hall, of Anderson,
at the home of Mrs. C. H. Par
kins. iThose present were Misses
Mattie Hall, of Andersoin, Dor
ma Holtzendorff,. Vivin All
good, Otis O'Dell, Ula Attaway,
Clara Richburg, Mary Gantt, of
Liberty; Messrs. George Ander
son, Lang Anderson, Dr. J. P.
Glenn, Dr. R. E. Ingold, Almo
Chapman, of Liberty; Dwight
Attaway and E. H. Miller, of
The sixth and seventh grades
of the Liberty high school gave
a play on Friday night entitled,
"Dot, the Miner's Daughter."
It was well rendered sand much
enjoyed by the full house that
w as present.
Mrs. A. L. Johnson enter
tained at a five o'clock tea the
lady teachers of the Liberty
high-school 'donday afternoon
On Monday afternoon the fac
ulty of the high school held a
patron's meeting in the school
auditorium. It was well attend
ed. Hot chocolate and nabiscos
was served. At the meeting the
ladies organized a school im
provement club, from which
they hope to accomplish great
things along the line of domes
tic science. Mrs. A. L. Johnson
was elected president,. Mrs.. Bes
sie Smith vice-president, and
Mrs. J. A. Blum secretary and
Miss Pauline Kelley and Mr's.
Ella Kelley, of Oconee county,
visited at'the home of Mr. and
Mr's., D. H. Kennemore Satur
dIay and Sunday.
Mrs. Swan Huff returned
biome last Wednesday, after
Jpending some time with her
paren'ts, Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Pickens Route 1,
Mr. Charley Freeman visited
MIr, and Mrs. Furman Trotter
Afr. and Mrs. Montie Skelton
were the guests of Mr. and Mr's.
Will Hendrix Sunday.
Mr.-John W.- Hendrix, near
hiere, had a fine niilk cow hurt
very bad last week. It is sup
rosed'that she got hung In the
stable in some manner.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Haves vis
ted Mr'. and Mrs. C. L. Bagwell
Mr. and Mrs. John Anthony
were visitors In this section from
'oute 4 Sunday.
Mrs.' J. W. Cantrell was the
guest OL Mrs. Riley D~odgens one
iay last week.
Misses Mamie Brown and Lii
ie Keith visited Misses Ollie arnd
Beatrice Lesley Sunday'.'PThe
girls report an extra fine time.
Miss Blanche Hendrix visited
MilssEffie Dodgens Sunday.
Mr. and Mrg. John Trotter
visited Mr. andi Mrs. W.G, Hen
Miss Lillie M&'jreeman was
he guest of sister, Mrs.
reasie Trotter day.
Come, all "'orrespondents,
et us give tf dear old Sentinel
Mo TNTATW RTT'rim.
DISPATCHE S.AM FRMCLF
.Dolng and HaeO tM
therogessof ou Caoateo
CHICAGO I NTRO A
LAW MAKERS OF
MANY NEW 13ILLS INTR06UCED1
.AND GENERAL ASSEMBLY IS
MOVNG OFF NICELY. C
DISPATCHES FROM COLUMBIA
Doings and Happenings That Mark
the Progress of South Carolina Peo
ple, Gathered Around the State
The joint assembly in a three-hour
sessiort elected 10 trustees of State
culleges and one director of the state
penitentiary. The balloting, in spite
of all efforts to expedite, proved sjlowt
ittle Interest was mamifested in
any of the elections. A second bal
lot, however, will- be necessary to
-fill the remaining vacancy . on the
board of directors of the state peni- E
P. A. Wilcox of Florence and Da- t
vid R. Coker of Hartsville were re- b
elected trustees of the University of ,
South Carolina without opposition. I
To fill two vacancies in the board of
trustees of Vinthro Collcge, Maj.
W. L. Glaze of Orangeburg, Fulton
Bethune Creech of Sumter and John'
'E. Brezeale of Anderson were nomina
.Te first ballot resulted: '
Glaze 120; Creech, 55;.Brezeale, 102.1
Total vote 144. Necessary to a
Maj. Glaze and Mir. Bsrezeale were
elected. Mr. Brezeale has been a
member of the Winthrop board for
years. Maj. Glaze succeeds. Gen.
.Wilie Jones of Columbia, whlo did not
offer for re-election.
Orlando Shopard of Edgefield wast
re-elected a member of the board of
visitors of the Citadel, the military'i
academy of South Caroina without
.To fill three vacancies on the board
of trustees of Clemson College, the e
following were nominated:
Josiah J. Evans of Marlboro, B. H
Rawl of Lexington, Ivy M. Mauldin
of Pickens, 0. W. Medlock of Edge t
field, C. P. Hodges of Mardbore and
William D. Garrison of Charleston.
' The first ballot resulted:
Evans, 89; Rlawl, 61; Mauldin, 110; 1
Medlock, 28; Hodges, 69; Garrison,'
101. I r
-Total vote, 153. Necessary to choice, I
Messrs. Evans, Maudin. and Garri
son were declared elected.
On the Clonason board Josiah J. g
Evans of Marlboro, now a member of
the house, succeeds his father, the
late W. D. Evans. Mr-. Garrison, a e
graduate of Clemson, engaged in ex.-'
perimental farming operations near 1
Charleston, succeeds B. H. RiawI, of e
the United States department of agri- t
culture. Mr. Mauldin was re-elected t
to the board.
Clayde E. Sawyer of Aiken and I
A. S. Dukes of O'angeburg were re
elected trustees of the state colored -
Normal and Industrial College at
Orangeburg, without opposition. 1
To fill two vacarcies on the board f
of directors of the state penitentiary,! f
the following were nominated: J. B.
Addy, Lexington; A. B. Hawkins, a
Newberry; W. H1. Glenn, Anderson; i
J. A. Livingstone, Orangeburg; W. H.
The first ballot resulted: t
Addy, 66; Hawkins, 54; Glenn, 75; e
L~ivingstone, 17; Canfield, 66.
Total, 138. Necessary to a choice,
Mr. Glen was declared elected.
Mrs. Virginia B. Moody, of Colum- c
bia, was elected to fill the position of
State librarian by the joint assembly ii
after four ballots had been taken. The t
place of state librarian is the only r
slective office in the gift of the gen- r
bral assembly filled by a woman. Mrs. v
Moody is empoyed as a stenographer i
in the office of the adjutant general.
A atewide prohibition bill wase
Introduced in the Senate by Senator i
Carlisle. It provides for an election ond
statewide prohibition. The aedrs made '
sffeotive in -November following the ,r
Tty An Advertisem
tpproval of the dovernor. Senator
Jarlisle presented the bill this after
loon and it has not come up yet for
In the Senate, the Nicholson pri.
nary bill was brought up for discus
ion. Mr. Nicholson presented his
imendment which had been printed
Lnd placed on the deaks of the mnem
prs changing his bill introduced last
rear. The author or the bill made
m extended -speech urging primary
'eform and explained the provisions
if his bill.
The state senate voted for repeal of
,he Senate income tax-law. The argu
nent used to carry the resolution was
hat the Federal law and state taken
ogether would be too hard on the
If the lack of a vital statistics law
4ands in the way of enforcing the
hild labor laws, the general assem
ily will now have an opportunity of
emoving the obstancle and of doing
be state a genuine service besides,
iy passing a bill which Senator Law
on intoduced fit the senate, to pro,
ride for the registration of births and
leaths. So say the friends of the
neasure. Even if it should prove an
mperfect measure, and one with cer
ain limitations, the Lawson bill will
ie, it is argued, a progressive one.
The Ste.te Hospital for the Insane
vill be investigated under the House
esolution which was passed in the
lenate by a vote of 30 to 9. The vote
vas reached after a spirited debate,
he feature of which was the reading
y Senator Crouch of resolutions
assed in executive session by the
oard of Regents for the State Hos
ital for the Insane.
The adoption by the Senate of the
esolution means that three members
n each branch of the General. As
embly will constitute a special comn
niittee to make a thorough investiga
lon of the matters relating to the
state hlospital for -the Insane referred
o it the recent message .of Governor
blease to the General Assembly. The
ersonnel of the committee has not
et been decidd.
Senator Crouch created a stir in the
enate when he read certified copies
f resolutions adopted in executive
ession by the Board of Regents of
he State Hospital. One of these res
lutions criticized Doctor Saunders
or hampering the work of the staff
,t the hospital.
The house debated at length the
boyd bill requiring the labeling of
rticles of merchandise made by con
'let labor as such and providing pun
shment for retailers who sell uinlabel
d convict-made goods. The bill had
lie strong indorsemient of labor
nions. By a vote of 59 to 42 the
ousc killed the bill.
The McQueent bill changing the
igal rate of interest to 6 per cent
ias killed by the house on second
A bill introdluced by Mr. Blarnweoll
nd passed by the house to -third read
rig makes corporations wvhich draw
hecks when they have no funds on
eposit liable to the penalties now im
osed on individuals who do so.
The hours of work for women in
ny mercantile establishment it any
ne week was limited to 54 under a
ill passed a third reading. The bill
mend~s the present law by shortening
he hours of labor for women from 60
a 54 in any week. The measure was
itroduced b Mr. Thompson of Char
Charleston's commission form of
tock Hill's plan for ingsyieldssmeio9
'overnment bill, which will affect
tock Hil1's plan for a commission
ormi, received a divided report, five
ar and flve against the bill.
There is a bill in the House pro
iding for- the analysis of water to
o used at soda fountains and bottling
roiks in the state of South Carolina.
Mr. Wyche has a bill in the House
> regglate certain forms of social
ntertainments. This is a bill licens
ig hot suppers, etc.
Mr. Hlarrelson has a bill in the
[ouse providing that the rate for
assenger traflic shall not exceed two
snts, except on short lines.
In spite Of a determined fight for
s passage by Mr. Stanley of H-orry,
me house refused to pass to third
lading the bill introduced by the Hfor
y memlger to fix the number of hours
rhich shall constitute a day's work by
machers in the public schools.'The bill
rag killed by a vote of 54 to 45. The
ill was unfavorably reported by the
ommittee on education, but was in
ispector of high schools, and W. K.
orsed by both W. H. Hand, state
'ate, 'state inspector of elementary
ent in The Sentinel
Mrs. -Whitten, of Greenville
visiting her sister, Mrs. J. Miltor
Miss Dora Smith, of Ander
son, is on a visit to her aunt,
Mrs. D. W. Hiott:
Mrs. J. W. Ellison, accom
panied by her brother, Mr. Rob
ert Roark, of Pickens, and Dr.
C. N. Wyatt' left Monday foi
Atlanta, where she will entery
hospital for treatment.
A ministers' conference, com.
posed of all the ministers in the
city, was organized at the First
Baptist church, Monday, Jan.
26.' It is hoped that all thermin.
isters of the county will join
this organization. The Pre sby
terian church, being more cen
trally located was selected as
the permanent meeting place.
Misses Elizabeth Hunter and
Fannio Candle, of Greenville.
are visiting the latter's sister,
Mrs. Edwin L. Bolt.
Miss Texie Bowen. of Gren
ville, is visiti g relatives in and
Mr. Luther Pickens has the
sympathy of the entire com
mnunity in the death of his wife,
which occurred last week.
Mrs, Lou Watkins visited rel
atives in Greenville last week.
Miss Kathryn Hagood, of
Pickens, spent the week-end
with her grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. M. Hagood.
Rev. Mr. Lightfoot will lec
ture in the school auditorium
Sunday afternoon and night.
Drs. W. A, and C. M. Tripp
were in the city Monday.
Mr. George Russell, a merch
ant of Greenville, was a visitor
Jere on Mqlday.
John Ragsdale h,.- purchased
a new 32 horse power autonio
bile, which is a beauty. It is a
1p- mobile, a car of good qual
ity. John is going to sell this
car in Pickens countly.
On last Friday afternoon little
Miss Christine Walker enter
tained a niumber of her friends
in celebration of her 12th birth
day. Many gam'es and contests
had been planned for the occa
sion, which eaye much pleasure
to t hose present. After several
hours of amusement refresh
ients were served.
Much Tax Money
Yet to be Paid
Up to January 23d the follow
ing number of tax receipts re
nained on the treasurer's books
unpaid: In Easley township,
724; Liberty, 371; Central, 475;
Hurricane, 192; Pum pkintown,
111; East~atoe, 112; two corpora-1
tions; total, 2,538; leaiving near
ly half of the receibis yet to be
Atter January 29th two per
cent will be added to the origi
nal amount of t ax.
Of Interest to
Singers Near Here
There will he a meeting at
the Pickens Baptist church'next
Sunday for the purpose of or
ganiiniig an inter-denomiination
al singing convention for Pick
Much interest is being taken
in the meeting and it is hoped1
that a large crowd will be pres
Every singer in the township
and all those interested in sing
ing, are cordlially invited to at
tend this meeting
Each church and Sunday
school in the townshipiis request!
ed to send delegates.
ment For Pickens.
Good1 news for lovers of high
class entertainmenti in Pickens
is the announcement that the
third, and next to last, number
of the lyceum course will be the
"Four Bostonians", who will
appear at the school auditorium
Wednesday evening, February~
18. Four ladies compose this
company- Misses Brooks, Fowl
or. Vedder and Kane-and their
reputation as high class- artists
is nationwide. T1his .number
will probably draw the largest
aud ience of the season.
Dr. Clifton, Eye, Ear, Nose
andl Trhroat Specialist, will be
niext week in Liberty Thursday
the 5th; in Pickens on Friday,
the 6th; and in Easley en Sat
urday, the 7th - one (lay at
each place. Eye- glasses fitted
at small cost. Cataracts, aden
oids, tonsils,etc., removed. Cross
eyes straightened, catarrhal dis
eases cured. No charges to
the poor, and examination
'to all. All patients ple
early. For any informi
'sired call at drug store edies' I
of the above named Plaqack and
W. J. Roark, ofl
0,, spent a day(
his son, Sheriff(I
I. M. Mauldin TrusteeIl
Oapt. Ivy M. Mauldin, cashier
of the Pickens Bank and one of
the most prominent men in Pick
ens county, was re-elected as- a ti
trustee of Clemson College by t(
t is e legislature Wednesday.
Three trustees were to be elected tU
and six men were nominated. v
Mr. Mauldin was chosen on the i
first ballot, receiving a larger w
number of votes than any other i
person nominated. He was a C
member of the first graduating er
class at Clemson. b3
For Trustee at Clemson.
One of the important elections a'
to come up at this session of the 3
legislature is that of a trustee of ar
Clemson College. There will 8
doubtless be a number of candi., in
dates for the position and plen- In
ty of good material to choosen
from. What the general assem- r
bly should want is the best. It r
oannot afford to make a mistake. c
-Oharleston News and Courier.
We know of\ one mistake It did
not make. i
New South Carolina Vnterprises. b
Enterprise Bank of Bamberg has bt
Veen chartered with a capital of $30,
000: Officers are: H. M. Graham, of
president; N. A. Hunt, vice president, at
and C. E. Black, cashier. pr
Clary & Stacy Co., of Gaffney has co
been commissioned with a capital of ot
$5,000. Petitioners are D. M. Clary, dt
C. C. Stacy and A. D. Elmore.
The Keels company of Greeleyville
has been chartered with a capital of Co
$5,000. Petitioners are: J. F. Mont- a
gomery, president, and R. L. Keels, ca
secretary and treasurer. tb
O'Bryan-Mishoe company of Gree- in
1 yville has been chartered with a cap.
ital of $5,000. Officers are: W. M.
O'Bryan, president; W. J. Cook, vice o
president, and Fred Mishoe, secre- A
'tary and treasurer. Ul
Crown Jewelry company of Cheraw J1
has been chartered with a capital of do
$5,000. Officers are: H. Jackson, do
president, and W. R. Russell, secre- F1
tary and treasurer.
E. M. Livingston company of North
has been commissioned with a capi
tal of $25,000. Petitioners are: Lula
0. Livingston, C. L. Scarborough and
W. M. Reed.
Not for Her. o
"Gracious! I don't want to go there." Co
"Why not? I hear it's an excellent
"But look at their advertisement. 111
Instead of saying 'cuisine unsurpassed' o
they merely say they set a good
As It Frequently Happens.
"Yes, he married to get revenge on el
a girl who had jilted him."
"Did he get it?"
"No. she did."
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chase most any41 Bi. o
P rices notq
ol Hose Bargains - Ladi
leavy Wool- Hose in Ladies'
Oxfords, 25c values bleache<
The first of. a k
)nal and agric''
be held in Pioke '
ils week was held 4-'1
lie Monday, and it W
eeting. Aboit 200 g
ere present, aiio o
)se attention te 4 4
s but great in
the people of that,
in the different lino:
W. H. Barton, essia
iut soil building an
ewart, fari demonstri
ent for Greenville CO in
oke about boy's corn . 1s
iese two subjects are of Rt"
terest in Pickens county ins
w. Our farmers are on,
,ht track and this county is
pidly advancing in. 4n agri
There are more than L200
embers of the bo Isco, clubs
this state and t
,erage of 80 bus
e acre at a
ishel. Thi "
it the oe
lith p d
Is now 6ngi
id which ha*
st of raisin
her crops, can
The interest take '
id education1 d
n only mean $
is county wil
The following is t e
rallies for Pioken
try 26; 8
Ir. Rob Porte
Another good man of P
unty is dead. Mr. R
irter died at his honj,
arter's Chapel- T if e&7
rning about 2 oclock, after a
ig illness from Brights disease.
Mr. Porter was about 65 years
1 at the time of his death and
is a, member of Porter's Chap
Besides a wife and seyeral
ildren, he leaves a. host of
dcr friends and relatives to
>urn his death.
:rs and Specia
fi all Kinds
secured the ageney~~
n blank book man
andl will be glad ted
lank books of any
mk books ordered,
El and printed and
the pricc will be
hani you are now h
and if you are not '
vork and the price,:
>mewhere else. .
doubt, has its advan
alicacies for your table
a with the rural deliv
f ao pur
>f Figured Window C .
>ds, the 1oc kind *Qnly
alte as wide. Special .
is' Undervest Bargains *
Extra Heavy .UndervestS
I and unbleached ott1
bout 40C, sale pri