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BANK OF CENTRA
CENTRAL, S. C.
F. H. .l\OR \N, President B. E. Al.LEN, Cashier
Solicits the accounts of firm !, individuals, corporations, churches,
schools awul organizati oi: (f all kinds. Secretary, 'Treasury,
Trustee, Administrator .xn1 (tut"rdia n Accounts welcomed.
Iiberal ratesi IIo f rets't paid on Certificates and Savings
Accounts. W(,e wili t ake care of your Liberty Bonds and Valu
Bank by Ma-,il. Use Coupon Below and.
Open ai Account With us Today.
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CENTRAL MERCANTILE COMPANY,
CENTRAL, S. C.
STOP KISSING YOURI
Know freedom from the fear of "rent
hikes." Know such comforts and conven
iences as are only to be secured by having
YOUR OWN IDEAS carried out in build -
ing; know the pride of POSSESSION and
a fuller joy of living.
OWN YOUR OWN HOME.
Build Now-Build With Wood.
With lumber the lowest cost construc
tion material in the world, there is now no
necessity for holding back.
.Stop paying rent, and have some
thing to show for your money.
.You owe it to yourself and dear ones
to give this matter careful thought. In
form yourself as to present building costs
if you do, you are apt to be agreeably sur
STOP GUESSING-KNOW T HE FACTS.
Easley Lumber Co.
Cumberland Ave. Next to Citizene~ Oil
Mill. Phone 116.
Send Us Your Job Printing
ENON LOCAL NEWS.
Rev. Mitchel filled his regular ap
pointment at Enon Saturday and
We are glad to report Mr. D. M.
Mauldin much improved since the
lat writinmg. He was a visitor at the
homme of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.
M. Mauldin, of Easley, one day last
.ure! the all-day singings we have
are nire to attend and we are sure to
me. t with old acquaintances at them;
to say nothing of the good music we
listen to; and we all arc aware of the
fact that a ball game is a good life
restorer, but let's not allow these
thin~- to keep us away from our owln
church. ,'Duty before pleasure."
1: erybody send in the pews from
!o u'r1 own section and let's keep our
litthe paper full of pep and make it
the he: t" little newsy on the glob .
COUNTY REUNION, PICKENS
The 1'ek'ne chapter LUite.t
f the Confederacv is
S n ; . t day for tih l
, V .Ju noe 3, at Pi-en
,nl vetera ns with their
iioior the few who
ny homage to th mt'm
hId who have an: w:red the
r ut -"oll call.
r f the U. I). C. and the vet
r mhuld assist in any way that
h 'nseve, bring a veteran who
!." m conveyanne to get her., bring
a :t, sieak a kind word--be
h oire --:m le.
\ program will be arranged and
ti:e w ill he furnish':d by a band.
r PAYS TO ADVERTISE.
A v.e("ter1n evangelist makes a prac
tice of. :maint.ing religious lines on
rock- ani fences along public high
ways. One ran:
"What will you do when you die?"
Came an advertisilg man and
painted under it:
"Use Delta Oil. Good for burns."
CHAMBERLAIN'S TABLETS ARE
MILD AND GENTLE IN EFFECT.
The laxative effect of Chamber
lain's Tablets is so mild and gentle
that you can hardly realize that it
has been produced by a medicine.
SIEE~ and TYPE Old Pr
30 x 3 Clincher $17.f
30 x 3b Clincher 20.6
32 x 36 S. S. 26.1
32 x4 S. S. 84.
34 x4& S. S. 49.A
35 x5 s. s. 61.:
to .nake a qu
all and mon
A New La
THE LAST SHOT OF--THE CiVIL
- aving read a piee by Mr. M. J. I
Welborn on the last shot of the Civil!
Wiar, I would like to add a few words'
in regard to what 1 know about what
happened on May 1st, 1865. I was
born and raised on the ground where
this last fight occurred and at this
time I was about fifteen years old.
About 12:00 o'clock on May 1st,
about five hundred infantry, compos
ed of old men forty-fives years old
and boys of sixteen, came down what
is known as the old Station road and
stopped in a small patch of woods to,
eat dinner and rest. Whib they
were resting, about seventy-five to a
hundred Yankee cavalry came down;
the maini Greenville road and ran
into our m'n, and the firing started.
It ws. stated that Y:ir. Frank GInks
e eCImin( of the Yankees.
X oi our men we w.ade an (
Y -I'.nkee' wa shoot throutl
t. 'nd lh'ft at my fath
h ;i. Moore. atnd h- tay(ld with
. bout '-ve \ wek:, w'hei lie
w\'s abeio to travel e Seiat im1 to
m:teb* r.u i m. t to ht hm
,. +: !+u+ .. ):+ .1''.,m wer oi tune d
t rn f our:l It1.1 ard e hoadkil
th kle'. IThist ltitoce(Iered
at thre mil r Pihnont b:n
t :tv .bni l to !wher to I 2t hnim
( ;.. ,h i '! ~ Wot(WIQ(.
Thon':a Moo's farm.
f any on e de. res any liore facts
:about0t thei :, it I will be glad if they
will write le and1 I will he glad to
go ove+ the h round and show them
all about i'.
N. P. ,loore.
The Bank of Central, of which Mr.
I'. i. Morgan is pr.'sident and Mr.
B. -. Allen is cashier, is one of the
most progre;sivc banking institutions
in the county. They have an adver
tisement in this issue of this paper
and solicits a share of your business.
They solicit not only individual ac
counts but accounts of organizations
and will mak' a specialty of handling
accounts of estates. They pay a lib
eral rate of interest and will take
care of your Liberty Bonds and valu
able papers. Read their advertise
hage at the L
ices New Prices Old Prices New Prices
i5 $12.85 $21.05 $17.09
0 15.00 27.75 22.00
5 21.00 31.60 26.00
5 26.90 42.00 34.40
5 38.35 --
[5 47.05 --
.Plus wear taxs. Other sit
e Prices Apply to Our:
.orted by value never is an
ick."cleau'-up" and quit.
usnexcelled mileage tire mad
i than you pay for is the on
w Price on a K:
res Always in Stoc]
SOME FACTS ABOUT THE CHRIS
TIAN EDUCATION MOVEMENT.
It is interesting to know that the
women of America are taking an act
ive part in pushing the Christian edu
cation movement which is being eu
terprised by protestant denomi ina
tions of America. . The women f.
Southern Methodism are inspired by
a two-fold sontithent their interest in
the work of their church towards aid
ing in the readjustment of world
conditions on a high basis and from
a sentiment that expressed their
loyalty to the cherished ideals of
their Southland. The South is pass
ing through a testing time almost as
critical as that of reconstruction
days, though not so violent. Ma
terialism is creeping into its fold and
the only way to preserve the r eal
culture and integrity of its early his
tory is through Christian education.
Hav iIg been release(l from her form
er social bondage by r'ecent events
and lg''islatiV. ('in tIlnt, Southern
VoImaIlhoo( has e '1.e0-d into a new
ife. :he has iways been a silent
f 1oc but a potm t florc e, ievev'rthe
Ic" . lIer traininl:, and inlflutence
are to the world :eme of her ( reat
.'- It :d -1 id ill t i.'ir ' l w ! ): t}1'.',1'r
.'re';as Ichi 2vemuenrb:. :Now\ h1er life
is full Of O)l) ltunities antl ssibi
iti.s :nd they call for action for
la: r i .ions of service, which .will
br"in in the years to come a re
na.1:.:mhee realtter than the mier
fi ulig o f a new continent ar the
(l. co\ver of ;t new scienlce.
Th l . E. churich. ::oath, w.a:
;1 1l;n tit .t of protestant denomi
I.in : ;oi n.; to reogniz e the value of
w\ omian's ablility an(1 .service, and the
;:tst 'eneral conference bestowed on
her e(qua1 l)ri\ile: e; of the chu1irc'h
with it male ne-mbers. On the
chri:-tian elucation iovemient, .lra.
.1. 1. McCoy, the widow of the late
Bishop McCoy, a woman of unusual
spiritual force, high culture and re
linement, has been given a prominent
place in th educational commission.
She has a seat in all the conferences
an( her counsel is sought in shaping
Wonan' work for Christian edu
cation was coincident with christian
ity itself. Christianity begins at the
mother's knee and it is in the home
that the foundations of life are laid.
The christian home and the christian
school are the only sure foundations
upon which a higher civilization can
be built. No nation rises higher
than its mothers and teachers.
owest Cost ir
RIBBED CORD NON-SKID CO]
3ld Prices New Prices Old Prices New Pri
$82.60 $25.00 $34.25 $27.d
39.20 32.90 41.15 36.4
49.80 41.85 52.30 46.2
59.10 49.65 62.05 54.'
'73.65 61.90 77.35 68.4
'es reduced in proportion
Regular and Complete
advantage to any but the i
e by a company that can an<
ly one you can afford to buy
n~owni and Hone
k. Auto Repairin~
SOLDIER TO. BE BURIED AT MT.
The body of Private James F. Phil
lips will arrive in New York on the
21st, according to a telegram re
ceived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Starling Phillips. Private Phillips
died while serving in the World War,
of pneumonia, on the 8th of Nov.,
1918. The funeral services will be
held at Mount Carmel and the inter.
ment following in the church celne
tery on the arrival of his body at
Easley, S. C.
GETS INJUNCTION AGAINST
Juidge Shipp Issues Or:er Restraining
Telephone Company From Collect
ing Higher Rates and From Dis
continuing Inter-town Service.
Upon complaint of F. A. Mill !r, of'
lIartsville, again st the Southern Bell
Te'cle phone & Telegraph Companiy,
Judge W. (. Shipp, of the Circuit.
Court, has issued an injuncitji and
restrain ing order to ,he te!p'hona
c'ompatiny en1jo1iing it fr'omt increaising
tDe telep'honet rats':, for loc'atl Pl e ijees
'Adit from0 maklling any1 c"h : iL inl rate
or in ter -Iibail an1 i ural 1 avi( es ,
h(',.etmofore furniushed the :liii 11'.
T1' 1 iuncion, in vlliet, places the
teie1h)onie 8ervicje, with reso et to the
plainmi on the Faie hatsis is the
r'w:4 andl .ervicet existing e or to
April lt., 1921.
TIll h plititt, alleges c:n vi:,l , son of
e-m' .et un'i ls judgment aainlst
the leph~onet compan.uy f or :,r.00
for .ieged 1injr: anmi (:.m ,:. Plain
ttf1' al;o asks perm liiatnlint injunti Lon
re? t)inh' the telPhoidni '.mpanly
frtTm .'aili a dtt1 re'f n-inu a(. 'rnder
S';l hotn .ervi' -ur ihed it ' or to
A aril 1st, 1921.
Sfew years ago our gove'iinmeig"'(
called for our boys. We sLt tYm
across the sea. Then they c'il for
our money to help finani the var.
We freely gave it also. '
Now the church (oar mother) calls
for our boys and 'girls and some of
our finance. We must be more loyal
to this ceall, for the crowning day is
coming py and by.
Seek y first the kingdom of God
and his righteousness and all other
things necessary will be added unto
%D GRAY TUBES
ces Old Prices New Prices -
0 3.25 2.55
0 3.60 2.90
0 4.55 3.55
0 6.00 4.75
5 7.25 5.85
man who sells ... .
I will deliver
--AMi Kinds Acess