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The postmaster sees where the
government is about to lend the
Allies half a billion dollars. He
thinks we better mind how we
lend money to strangers.
Fit Smith's dogs followed him
to the still house yesterday, but
got tired of waiting and wont
Dock Hocks, who has operated
his ,tonsorial department at the
blacksmith shop this spring and
summer, is thinking about clos
ing it down till next spring. By
that time he can get a large
trade, as everybody will need a
Raz Barlow reports having
spent a pleasant day at Tickville
Thursday,where he ate two cans
of sardines and saw a pretty
Fletcher Henstep has traded
for a new cow. He got the best
of the deal, he believe3, as he
swapped a cow that had only one
horn for one that had two good
The Excelsior Fiddling Band
will serenade Poke Easley to
night, as he was seen coming
from the Hog Ford still house
today with afresh jug.
Cricket Hicks is preparing to
warm his feet as soon as the
weather gets cold enough.
The postmaster is making all
necessary arrangements to sweep
out the postoffice, as the inspec
tor is feared within a few days.
The Dog Hill church, which
has been kept open during the
week days for the benefit of the
general public, in accordance 1
with a movement that has been
started by the big city churches,
will hereafter have to be kept
closed except on Sundays, unless
the hog law is enforced.
In giving his opinion of the
suffragette business, Tobe Mose
ley the other morning stated
that there was enough argu
ment already going on around I
the house without adding pull-1
How Shall He Walk?
At a recent meeting of the Eas- ~
Jey city council- an ordinance
was passed requiring the South- s
ern railway to establish yard I
limits in Easley, and further re- t
quiring all trains to come to a f
full stop when entering the said d
limits, and have the flagman iF
precede each train while it was
passing through said limits. A ri
copy of this ordinance was sub- i1
mitted to the officials of the road Ir<
and in reply they haverequested l b
T a hearing before the council be- 1h
fore the council before the ordi-1 b
nance is put into operation.-- v
We understand the railwayI
officials wish a hearing in order j
to find out just how the flagman y
shall proceed,whether they must ,
walk like Charlie Chaplin or t
-walk on their hande.
I Pickens Association Notes Ir
Baptist Courier. - h
When Moderator C. E. Robin
son of the Pickens association
declined re-election, the body
turned as one man to Pastor J.
E. Foster. And it was an honor a
richly deserved. Heb is one of
those unselfish men who thinkC
only of serving and who are the
only. ones surprised when honors0
come their way.
Brother S.E. Welchel 18 one of
the young pastors of thePickens1
association. He is serving Nine
Forks, Forestville, Columbia and y
Highland churches. T h e s eb
churches are not all in the Pick
enis association. In fact, only e
one of them is. They represent ~
four associations and are a typ-r
ical field. But thtey have a tine e
We met Brother T.E. Durham e.
at the Pickens association. Bro. t
Durham was ordained about a r
year ago and finds all the work a
no can do. This year he is serv
ing the following churches: Glen- j
wood, Liberty No. 2 and Smith's i
Renew your subscription to (
your county paper.
Washington Hockes has come
o the conclusion that all this
'ecent high water is some the
%hurch folks over at Hog Ford
ere praying for last year when
he corn was drying up.
The Tin Peddler was in our
nidst this week showing a lot
>f fine watches. He keeps them
eparated from his other tinware.
Little Fidity Flinders got a
air of new shoes Wednesday
mnd is preparing to wear them,
)verto Bounding Billows to show
bhem to his grandma.
Atlas Peck went to preaching
at Doe Hill last Sunday. He
came away glad that the preach
er don't get pay by the hour.
Atlas Peck has returned from
the Calf Ribs neighborhood. He
was accompanied by a cow.
Miss Flutie Belcher has written
to the wholesale millinery houses
at Chicago, asking to be shown
all their new styles in hats, as
she wants to select one before
they are all picked over.
-Raz Barlow says being a mem
ber of the Excelsior Fiddling
Band is a great strain on his
A lively shooting affray took
place at the dance on Gimlet
Creek Saturday night, but the
Excelsior Fiddling Band was
making so much noise only a few
close bystanders could hear it.
While Atlas Peck was over at
Rye Straw yesterday buying
some winter supplies he met a
Friend he had not seen before in
ffty years. He recognized At
as by the hat he wore.
Luke Mathewsla and Jefferson
Potlocks were seen talking pri
vate matters in a fence corner
;oday. Slim Pickens tried to
411n up close and hear what they
were saying, but when they saw
aim they stopped talking.
While over at Tickvillo the
>ther day the Old Miser of Mus
cet Ridge encouraged a blind
mian by asking the price of the
shoestrings he wvas selling.
Mr. Jule B. Dacus, wvho is a
alesman in the store of M. F.
parrish, is in a hospital in Spar
anburg, being ill with typhoid
ever. He was carried there one
av last week. At this time he
3 doing very well.
While engaged in repairing the
of of his dwelling on the 9th
istant, Mr. Nathan Smith,who
3sides four miles west of Easley,
ecame overbalanced and fell,
is body striking some scantling,
reaking four~ of his ribs. While
cry painful, his in juries Ar not
iought to be serious.
Mrs. J. A. Smith, who wvent to
[ot Springs, Ark., about two
~eeks ago for treatment, under
rent an operation at the hospi
d at that place last week. A t
iis time she is doing very well,
ecordi ng to information re
sCeived1 here by3 relatives. 1Her
usband, Mr. J. A. Smith, is at
A Community Fair
A community fair will lie he~ld
t Vineland schoolhouse Oct. 28
nder the auspices of theGeorge's
reek Home Betterment club.
Snumber of prizes have been
[Fered and great interest is being
sken in the preparation of the
An Interesting program of mu
c and addresses by the pastors
! the local churches and Mary
~. Ferguson of Winthrop college
as been arranged.
A picnic lunch will be served
n the grounds. The young
eople are especially urged to be
resent. Let us show our inter
st in the progress and develop
rient of this and other rural
ommunities by being present at
his demonstration of commu
lty sr irit and co-operation
mong the people.
Misses Mamie Williams and
ilizabeth Mauldin have ar
anged to have booths, from
vhich they will sell home-made
andies, coffee, etc., for the ben
fit of the Croswell and Vine
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A well equipped kitchen is one of
the natural rights of every good house.
keeper. This is the greatest oppor
tunity you will ever have to make your
kitchen perfectly convenien.t at a bargain
You are not the sort of man to ex
pect your wife to go along year after
year with no better conveniences in the
kitchen than your grandmother had.
Men, nowadays, don't cut wheat with a
cradle as grandfather did; don't write
letters with a quill, or work in a shop
with out-of-date tools. You have things
up-to-date in work. You bet you do,
and you expect
3 Square.Meals a Day
right along too. Listen, men! Is it fair
to the wife to let her get along with old.
fashioned woman-killing household
equipment when you can have one of
these new Hoosiers delivered tomorrow
for only $,i? Of course not. You mean
all right. You would like to have a
Just Hand Us a Dollar
We will put one of these five new
Hoosiers in your home at a price so low
you will think we are cheating ourselves.
The Hoosier Company let us make
these prices this week to introduce these
new models. Teey are so far below the
market standard simply becatse enor
mous Hoosier sales have made big fac
tory savings, and your wife gets the
benefit. Send her one of these at our
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E. L. &G. B.
B. F. PARSONS, Pickenm
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CASH GROCERY CO., Liberty
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