Newspaper Page Text
Pese both for $1.50
SOt responsible for the
AM&Os and tributes6 of respew'
U. Ib~imared wor&- wjj bw prill o- ire
or, A~U over that aj iuuber .mu tst u. , ;.1.
tawe -of' one venut a word , tt,L it,
XAUnCTerpt. Cardsi Of thlii L t -
ason 3e-hUliCent a w ord.
"Blessings of the war" goes a head6.
Je. Tell it to the Belgians.
Neberry must be looking for trc'Ue.
be is arranging for a baby show '
Wonder how Mrs. Upton Sinela : e vk
;.und out where Columbia w as loca e
Can "Fanmer" tell us what r.aL ..
-me of the ancient Pleasant (3 r(e e
Wonder if there are any gern -
ew money being issued by
Tho wild 'animals cariit be
,w, next year will be carr.ia.
It is said that a wife car, b+
Sumatra for three dEar: -
iyes are worth more than t'..
This dry weather may be ..
dion crop, but it's not tea!
the breath of the ma. %xr:
When the average syrna
eep upwith the batting aver.:*
ivorite team it shows "i' - -
I his business."
Columbia is said to be ver -
ow. Wonder if that had a
o with Colonel Aftermath'.
bsence from the capital city
They have no fly-swatting .
n tr. British West Indies beea. -
f flies to swat. The rro. -
See to it that there is r.
>lat'e Ior flue'
A good guess a t%, e
nd will be when th < u
-ines get all the A(lie .
h.e rate the Teuto'ns are g-: u
nd seems rot far away.
II is evie nit that Pres K..
ioes noct mitend to recognI;-.
:rnrnenit in Mexico which I -
::alt of orderly elections. I
there will be no recognitiori.
What has beeornelJ of the c'. -.
man who :.Se to pay his sub- - -
boca] papes with a load of wwt
necy Ledger. He's busy n"'
co'tton and hauling fertilizer.
Thuose college boys who sie -
never been kissed by a girl -
awful liars or else they tha --
heap of fun. In fact, we - -
they gct what was coming -
British so'ciiers at the firot -
allowed two crinks of liquet i.
under the netw rules, anid -'u~
Meed y drarn arnounts to just La!b
Mnas bad as the No'th Ca -'.a
Anid what has become .'
ibaor' cry that iga.
c'ulty i'. Ire] -td "
Eirnl~ ~ the Irish are a ya
le when war comnes in the -
a freign invasion.
Large numbers of Anderso'
have just been bitten by a? falp
teller. And yet aurne peOy.. asyth
world is growing bet ter. Spaar W
Journal. 'Tis said that one ' :
every minute, remiendsber'
TIarhelia has been bouhrny Mr~ -" o
els of the navy departroent ft y
or of the Old North State. bDut
ays he's going to stiek~ to Wo'.-new~
arouggb tbis adminjistration . s.
ecision, though bemyg go":v'e '
'orth Carolina is a great honuor. a' -V:.
aniiels would make a great reveo
"You can almost see your ;' -w'
rowing today, can't you?' a '.
partanburg Journal. We vani ':t.
~e it growing, Brother Book er. ; .tu
uought we heard it growing the. 'it.
ght, and when we invest.igate.u o'
orning discovered that our neigir
>w had gotten in and laid it l'n -
'Tis said there is always some y r
erytbing, however bad it looks or
ce, Be that as it may, the Bar','
>osevelt trial now in progres i '
t ~oven beyond a doubt that M r. iH ughi.
emner governor of New York a nd '.'n
e of the honorable judge- in ,
-ited States supreme court. is ar
- nest man. A good many of the p*'
". of the country had formned that
n ion of Mr. Hughes some time ag'
-t now it has been proven in a court
. justice. And it was proven by a
*.tness who had a different p)rupos in
*;v when be gave the testimony. and.
' game out quite unexpectediy.
kIut WseJxJY RIoL)JE. -What is~ it.
* uat a man, no0 matter how smart he ins.
If is own nose.
".9 Our Riddle for Next Week. -Why is
a man lke apin'?
8ee If you can answer this riddle. We
w'M glve ? year's subscription to the
puroo sending us the first correct an
ing is a tangible corn
Take this paper, for
instance. V e sell our
space to the merchants.
They use it to attract
the attention of our
readers in order to in- I
duce them to buy. Th
readers in turn comr are
the ads. and 2o w ere
they can get the best for
the lowest price.
If this valuable com
rov were c'ne away
thte rnerchant and
the reader w iJd have a
hard tting to
- .r. \V'd e way
C C U stage
c:~c.c~~ mzdei ksd
C, a * .. rn 4 . A;21,~ ) ld '
- - -it R O t
-. ''*. -
* - * . - -
-- - ar 1 1?Ur'- he' Ih 4
- -..\ I t b tin.'Ugrtc - '
* ib. 'd44'2. l.1.: Ih,~'
TIroubkes of A n Editor
* ~ * ' -'4~' 4
A Party of
af~fi'f Jjh I (IIIJp Jif. \VI-Ie
"It Was Just Fine"
( )J4 iloanF 'isi. whijle thJo'v
bu t wiaJ tt (d St rig h1t ( 'of fl-F.
Theu ((ook told hiji, t hat
"It Was Luzianne"
th bdhad just finished1 drink
1JJ2. and( ac'tu]aIly had t'
'-.Jhjow hjii'' th cani & ja'r?'
hewoul d beli Ive it . Th~
trouble withi this fellIw r
'was. . 11 lid Not TIakeu i
'rOJ'per( 'ar in marwk ing ('of.
f' out 0f L~Uzianne.s
IS annn A nw'rE TIE
Letter From Cateechee
The bru mal days are goneand
the estival are in their stead and
with the change inother earth
has donned her su imier apparel,
curled her bang. pirined on a
bouquet and is at her best. All
she needs rojwW is a good soaking
rain to wet the (lay so the dust
will not ris and settle on her
Wh en God creat.ed old mother
'-arthl hv did a wonderful piece
,f work but wheni he took a rib
frIJn old Adanms side and iadej
:A Vr1aij we think this piece of
wark far exceede(d anything he
.vir did. Endoubtedlv Adam
:nu=t have b(eI a very ugly
pe e( fhurnanity in a garden
uak'd working with a shovel
and hoe. We piresume that Eve
'ot asharnied of him and studied
out a pllan whereby she might
JJt hin to see hirnself and by so
'3t'iiL) .e wOuld agree t0 put on
Well. frorn aprons the 'men
L vi o!neM(. sorie t.o "shot wun'
bree:hes while others have
di:osen the 'full pees. and the
w omj.en f rm 'four gored sk its
Wll. you know fashion is a
Vnrand thing and we have got to
k'eep up if it does rnake us look
litt funj at times.
But. howeyvr that iay be.
Wb I' the nOnth of May cornes
r i the fair se-x rnake-s' her ap
raI at the bL Man meet
' we ' I believe but what
v u3d. if he was back
I had beei driessed
... . ha rather have had
han a bite frorm
aitners are about
h )at ing. Corn is (:orn
rv Well, but .'ott~on is
1. 'vwin' 1.o the dry weather.
-all grain is not very good.
The pupia~ and faculty of the
Ientral Wleyani Cillege nie
-i)Ih d at Lay'* Br'id' laat
Th- bal bovs of the Easlev
Al til pi Jlay'd the! Ciat.eeebee
boyii the latter' diarnandt' Jac.t
at' U2JdayI. The 2 i lii (e stood
7 t' ina far of Easlev. In
uIi( ' to th, Cateet hee tearn it
is weil to say that this was thir
first 1.amne thin- c-ea' i amf ttv
ar J nI t i . a u
1i i d a. t' a 'rn t * (Ir ti ft 'ie .
T 'J- I r a
I d . Luth.V i
t'(4d fE Lad I -
(.di t the( rie t- 1id41 t-verv-i
in I n lin ..A ital (). JC
n ph- I 1. w r I '.n -id : -.
b wh s '. th.)('.
tIat and P J It 1 eIji 81 JI4' ff ~ah
vjIu Ljninga Lphalsn
( TJ ( \.: '': ujh a n
ui'-- dl. i'I r )ii iiy fl
ulid[Iy IliL ') P.h . .e ey
> hi wi br . (rati. - nt .
in- . k i-k i o abl plabr
Cle41aningj I'p hrletoin l
Mayor~- V GraJ.- u' ~l a1( report to
de iJ(fall MafiLIJIDIIg Tjjas bj'av
rlj!'l jt',' ri''it tjo thald- hii adt: i
( le ~i r'iiu i Ihind r ey iyj
ar i ii . i tl -. 'ai I th e rj
ii''n pliim w it- h v -i'vn il
Ih4en l(]V'sfC njo l- fl ia
4 tearv tihe fbiowin-u
ui ri.nltr.: i.n6 thb (a't h
', haof \\ent Ii w istey. o] t
w,( iVjl y aijd (ij-byja uj
!) mclit jer tr, Jhi GA' 8 w it
bn Ih(u~e conuct d jalyd .
!(sa ty he tiwer J0is t isa
h'-diland all anin ha' blehen~
omise (d UJhrp aed
her-i hov<r h on ired ouas C
>h-is o t h r k frrpucurs rsy p. riatf
tidJlrte in thae lScani v $ne
Central S. S. Convention
The annual stinday tichool
convention of Ceitral towminhly
met at Lawrence Chapel, Satijr
'day, May 1, 1915. Mr. W. A.
Matthews, the presiktpt of the
convention, gave a short opelinc
address and after the usual de
votional exercis's Prof. Morrision,
of Clemson College addressed
the audience for about thirty
minutes. Hie plainly shiowed
the necessity of organized Sun
day school work and the bene
fits to be derived thereby.
The next, speaker, Mrs. Reed
of Oconee county, made us to
feel the great irmIportance of the
cradle roll department in con
nection with the S. S, work.
The third speaker. Mr. Ben
Johnson of Central, gave a most
inspiring talk on the temperance
question. He is a well known
resident of the township anj
w as at one time a repr esentative
of his people in the state legis
lature, and we all felt that. his
words came "filtered through
his personmalit v. plus his appre
ciation' and our hearts received
new ourage to battle against
the grin monster. rur.
When the dinner hour ar
rived. Mr. Matthews announced
that the meal would be served
on the ground and we felt that
t he frieids of Lawrence Chapel
nei gh borhood did great credit to
thernselves by providing such
a bountiful re-past. and a iost.
refreshing ani restful hour was
enioved by all.
The afIte rn session opened
at 2.15. The first speaker for I
the evening wa, Mr. Robinson,
who pictured most impressivev
the grand work which a goo~d
Sunday school can and does do
Mirs. Sheor t hen spiok oI the
illportance f the horne depArt.
aent, and aftei liteni)g to her
words we all felt that we bet t.er
u niderstoori how to take up that
Ip#art ()f the Su Ida v school work.
The last spc"aker was Dr. L.
G. Clavton. He L"tye a very
'>rcefu! and con Vi Ming argu
rnyenat against the use of coca
cola and agai t t oacco inl all
its forrs. IH i\ words were inIiuch
appreciated,. as they carne from
a rjnind broad(iened by hi- knowl
edAue inl the sci ntific field.
ena follOwed tiie rjeport .
fIarni the Sunday schools (,f the
t wn)% n-hip. aft.Ar wvhich thac " .
%.( (i o f a dji 0 1 Irl -i a i
wN(nIt (o wa ). freel tat thd
Wva.dL ofj s iu jf jojisb
our no' faltpr7 iut-Pt and
( ' 'l t u i l La k r- w' i
b-adi- 'o a tr'na a n er i
or'] we '*-t'uk e 1f0hu le en a upte
sondari -'uh aro. l u el
Cz'tats Pibition Me tm agib
a itaiful hernij.: t Int) Onoraina.
haei athoLib. t 1't . all aen
convountn v. all th' viuwfath
airv thait i- areu tohveW ank ole
C'ans in Se\(cnbk tO dee trmine
Jak Uin ' Sot ]( 'roina. and. r -
izie thin'' unof J'~i regth.
Jad~ furheIoe thea' i'rpor'rthe
of' i havint Iur fOrcs i-ter. I
hav though't it Ub'es't t al aVI
coneion' a~tt' 'l the- Sund ay
liv.ti ian a-Imch- the o0k o
Sundav shool ais a ny~ tor
Chita w1r i 't 11n t a thek ].
ccn ' 7. (!urt ''a braib. Satra
June' 19. at ri J"'riJJka.-i I . fr
lans and hj( eing' readytl fo 'the
r (. r. atta befo.rI t n. Th; ere
at a it tw]> deea-k- t and aI
nvrae I~ y\ a' w ijjvji. 'Jer
luake' .J .\ in.'erk: lls
I.-tos ther' Jijrjan 1. Kig.
Wacraa'I'. A.l Kinr. ySIe ontr -
l~r. L.L. .Jaa.es.J. Phin in
\a (3w C'. .fhrk f \n;agsf
l'is ries theu fo..ur.t h V. 0
Wt (Anaep forh' Easle. I a
inhan~ ''tuteo Coll.'' hl
folkown afbte ener' ehoed
B.a totll (lar ov(' b.: L.iM.
'Blnker a. ru. Thne Clrk \ei
Wthinan T. hoA. Kin. Sentrv:
rme strCThorenpkains Managerr.
70000 totaly desroye y ir
WALK-OVIE R is a n-me that means something in
Shoes. No man pays fo' or five dollars merely to
have his feet covered with leather. He can do that
+ for less money. WALK-0V ER Shoes and Oxfords
cost $3.50, $4.00, $4.50 and $5.00, because there is that
w much good material, good jjudgment and taste put in
* to them. They are the best Shoes at their price made
+ anywhere. .. Oxfords are the proper thing for ,
summer wear and for' men who want something 4
* up-to-the-minute in style as well as comfort. We
would recomnmend a pair of WALK-OVER Oxfords.
4 It is the one shoe that is safe to save on. Better
! leather has never been tanned that goes into WALK- +
+ OVER Shoes and Oxfords.
* Remember the name, "Walk-Over"---it is as soft
+ to the feet as its name is to the tongue.
And the Price, $3.50, $4.00, $4.50 and $5.00
Si ru truly,
FOLGER, THORNLEY & 00.
Clothing, Shoes, lials iuid Cents' Furnishing Goods a Specialty
Solt.A gtets f\r Walk ()v.r Sh es. vIa-I-, li als., ('arhart Overalls, New Home Sewing
Mahi , fron King Stevo.. ( 'h:cs ('i, :tl'l Babcock ugies. Mithell Wagori and
Mitcthl] A I tollobi<.
Statu- of South Carolina,
CouLty of Pickens.
DD- J. B. Newbery. Probate Judge:
Whereas, Mrs. Zilphia M. Bak
made suit to me to grant her letters
administration of the estate and efiee
of P.. C Baker.
These are. therefore, to cite ard a
monish all and singular the kindred a:
credit.ors of the said B C. Baker. d a
Ir5 -: -70 j ceased, that they be and appear befu
Me, in the Court of Probate, to: be ht
at Pickens, S. C., on the 20th day
May, 1915, next after publication he
of. at 11 o'clock in the forenoon.
show cause, if any they have. why sa
administration should not be gra.:ed.
1Granted under my hand and sea t"
- i' <ty -~--- .Athird day of May, 'Anno Domini. 191
J. B. NEwBERtY.
1 J. ~~P. P .(e~
State of South Carolina.
County of Pickens.
Whereas, a petition from the fr.
holders and electors of Kirngs 5eh
District No. 25 has been filed with
W1NII'L~ 4 Q~.' ~County Board of Education asking 1:
an election be held to determine whe
an additional special levy of 2. r
~'C~shaall be leied on said district fore.
DUT Yout. ~-ee-1 e.4ct A; M ~ --- purposes.
Therefore, it is ordered thabt the 1
.__________._________tees of the above-named district do
an an election in said district rn t.he.
c ou-r aday of May, 1915. at the school~ hot:
-ToR The trustees are hereby apitdrr.
agers. the election to be onducted
. rom.accordance with section 1~42 of the' g.
.~ ~-era] statutes.
By order of the County Eoard c-f I
___________________________________ucation. Il. T. HALLUNI.
,.,.,..,...."- S-ecy. and (Chairmar.
Twelve Mile lUnion Meeting und'a v nain2 a- De-vction- Nt
aV (onlducted byl the mo'deriator'Ntc
Ihe union of the Tfwelve Milk from M. is3.State of South Carolina,
ive asocitin wll eetwih O 'Jary ] what wydoes County of Pickens.
~leasant Hlill Baptist churc-h. th*a r'' v ' hl:I aid the church? holers a eletio ofomte Schc
~ickens. county, Mav~9-:3(.191.~ (Pp-s by '. 13. Garrett and District No.5 has beer iled with
ollowmgin is the program: H ir. Env i':n,. frorm 10 to 11. County Board of Education asking th
i n t rod u ctory se-rm on byliv v. *O ' -t' runn by Re. c. an election be held to determnine wheth
.\.Husn aud 11 --i i or not an additional special levy of foi
Aok Rdces frdin.r chtiata1.:tI0 by Prof. l 7eooshallbe levied on said district f<
Ai t( trnoon Sessionf-1st qlu,- E:6a -! Therefore, it is ordered that the tru
ri the fundarnent al plrine(il6 - hi 0i II oit tie,. ask that tees of the above-named district do ho
if he Bible taug:ht from tho pui A hui :his ,end delegates, and election in said district on the 25
it a thr shuldbe? penl Pur. . E.Gausa- ay of May, 1915, at the school hous<
.v IPe'v. C. Atkinson and1 di. l . E. G}ainwrr, agers, the elactio to le cduted i
u--ed frin 1i to 2.30i. l . P. PaINt-E. Committee, accordance with section 1742 of the ger
ud ger : Th vaue f sy. ----eral statutes.
)ici y ivine Opee by By order of the County* Board of Ed
-. 'hegi*i~ peedli \- \ hf.- I Pickens Senti. ucation' R. Tr. Al.uMN
Blinig auid discussed fromj n' hV m hei Cultivator Secy. and Chairman.
''( to- "'( 30 . h hii 'i y-:i P ,r 1.70. or The
Ad query I MX hat is ecol]nmy S]ntin3e! anl t ihe Progressive Notice
Tjene'-d by H P. Prince and di.- Fazrmr ht h av, year for $1 .50. state of South Carolina,
u d frini ~3 - 30 until dismnissalI. or all thi. . fir S*.00. County of Pickens.
-_____________ Whereas, a petition from the freehol
District No. 40 has been tiled wit t'h
County Board of Education asking that
W f school purposes.
are n le nRr (Therefore, it is ordered that the trus
We ae in the arke fo tees of the above-named district do hold
LONG STAPLE COTTON, Tel" trsesaehrb'apitdmn
various lengths. 0 f f e r s ~ ersa '. to e ndtdin
prom tlymade upo reciptBy order of the County Board of Ed
of samples. "ction. R. '.HAwM
JUDSON MILLS, GREENViLLE, s. C. GO WER-M'BEE ELECTRIC CO.
* Largest and best
______displayed stock of
O bor sRoeElecrc Lgtng ixtures
~ r~p~ V ~ Rt A r. L. L. Jameson
HA~ (O'6 L Physician and surgeon
AlH3 ouEv amley, S. c.
Diseases of the Stomach a Specialty
________--_Office over Easley Bank. Res. Phone~
TheR o~v RwAs A P1eN He' A T TMI .SfAIL 5 LL.
005TER5O bo1r eva To BAT crM~AwAta,sa