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JAY M. ABBOTT
Funeral Director and
Phone No. 5
LIBERTY, S. C.
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tive newspaper of Lahore, India,
says, "I have used Chamberlain's
Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy many
times among my children and serv
ants, for colic and diarrhoea and al
S ways found it effective."
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President Sec'y. & Treas.
Mlasonic Temple, Greenville, S. C.
A. C. SPAIN
0 EASLEY, S. C.
Offie over Commercial Bank.
BILIOUSNESS AND CONSTIPA
"For years I was troubled with
b iliousness and constipation, which
made life miserable for me. My ap
-petite failed me. I lost my usual
force and vitality. Pepsin prepara
tions and cathartics only made mat
ters worse. I do not know where I
should have been today had I not
tried Chamberlain's Tablets. The
tablets relieve the ill feeling at once,
strengthen the digestive functions,
helping the system to do its work
'naturally," writes Mrs. Rosa Potts,
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MARTIN & BLYTHE *
* Lawyers. *
* Masonic Temple, Greenville, S. C. *
* Benj. F. Martin. e
* E. M. Blythe. *
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J. R. Martin J. H. Earle
Greenville, S. C. Pickens, S. C.
MARTIN & EARLE
P actice In All Courts
PcesOffce in Court IHouse.
Greentlleo Omeie opposite Postomee,
ALONG LITTLE EASTATOE.
Sunset, July 4.
Mr. Editor: I will offer your
paper and its many readers a few
dots and hoppenings around Little I
News is brief along Little Easta
toe. As I haven't seen anything in
your paper for quite awhile, I will
try to give your valuable paper and
its many readers what few scattering
news and dots that I know of.
Farmers are very well along the way
in laying by their crops. Corn is
very good. What little cotton that
was planted is rather small. The
farmers of this section used the least 1
amount of guano this year that they
have for several years. A very lit..
tle amount of small grain was sown
and it turned little too, I tell you.
We haven't suffered for rain as yet, I
while some sections are very dry.
Leona Belle, the infant daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Ben T. Winchester,
is just recovering from a 'wo
month's severe case of sickness of a
complication of diseases. Dr.. rKirk
sey and Wood were th attendimn
Jamles, Son Of'. j \-nhetr
over at Rosman, N. *. .1. 3. Si
vesteen's tann.ry. r t::r ., l hom.:. a
few days ago wi.h r.:, of m'
les and is not doin at well as we
hoped for. Dr. Kirk'ev was called
to his bedside today.
Born unto Mr. and Mrs. Paul C,
Keesler on the 29th of June, a tine
Mr. William Harrison Gilstrap
died at his home on Twelve Mile, on
the Maj. J. M. Stewart home place,
about seven or eight miles north
west of Pickens, on July 3rd. He
was buried at New Friendship Metho
dist church the same day of his
death, close to his father and
mother, Mr. and Mrs. John Ambrose
Gilstrap, who preceded him to the
grave juts a few years ago. "Uncle
Bill,'' as he was known, was born and
iaised on Little Eastatoe, has been
a member of New 'riendship Methp
list church for several years, and he
lived a consecrated life and was lov
ed by all who knew him. The writ
er had the pleasure of visiting him
some two or three weeks before his
death, and he told us that all was
well and would be well with him
after death, that he was r Cady to go
when the heavenly Father called for
him, and that he would inherit that
eternal home prepared for all the
true followers of Jesus Christ from
the foundation of the world. Mr.
Gilstrap will be greatly missed in his
church, settlement and country. He
spent practically all his life right in
this immediate settlement as a farm
er, and we have personally known
him .ever since we could remember,
and his life bore out his statements
and preached his own funeral, God
giveth and God taketh away, and
blessed be the name of the Lord.
The funeral services were conducted
by Rev. Charley Anderson. Peace
to his ashes.
The ladies of Antioch Baptist
church and Sunday school prepared
andl carriedl a very striking boquet or
wreath of flowers to the memoral
services of Rev. B. F. Murphree and
presented to his grave a "crown
made of cedar. In the center a
"cross" was made of cedar also, and
on the circle of the crown letbers
were made of flowers and spelled the
name of the church. It will be re
membered that he was the pastor of
Antioch for several years. Brother]
Murphree was a man that numbered
his friends by the score, and to know<
him was to love him. We can say
his place hasn't been and will be hardi
The Antioch Baptist Sunday school
elected their superintendent, Bro. .
'V. Winchester, and Miss Rosa Win
chester to go and represent their
school as delegates to the annual
Sunday school convention which con
vened at the First Baptist church,
Greenville, S. C., on June 28, 29 and
30. They have just returned, re
porting to their Sunday school a
grand time. Teachings and instruc
tions very fine.
Miss Bessie and Corilla Seawright,
of Piedmont, accompanied by their
cousin, Miss Anna Bell Fortune, of
Liberty, visited their old friends in
this section some few weeks back.
It will be remembered that Miss Bes-1
sie taught two or three terms of
school in this section some flew years
ago. We welcome you back, ladies,
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Thomas and
part of their children, accompanied
b~y their friend, Mr. Homer Free
man, spent the evening of the 4th'
with A. T. Winchester and family.
Mr. Thomas has been nursing his
right thumb with a felon on it for
several weeks. It has been gividig
him a great deal of pain and misery,
but is inmproving slowly, as things
like that always t ake time.
The glorious fourth passed very
quiet andl everybody was quiet with
it so far as wei know.
Mr. J. R. \l vece i ok an ati rplanle
ride on JTune 2nd,. having: the man to
drye it up in t hi' "oeti'' . making
the turn over his farm an i machin:
ery plant. Mr. Meece hohl .x re
cordl of causing the' first tly 'z ma
shine to visit this section. Mr. Meese (
has his large machine plant most
completed . We will give more fully
the details of it later.
Rev. H. F. Wright filled his regu- e
ar appointment at Saluda Hill last I
Saturday and Sunday, going to Six e
Vlile Sunday night, giving them a 'T
'ermon and on to Central on Mon- c
lay to attends the ministers fonfer.j 1
'mce, reporting a good time all the v
vay through. d
Mountain Sprout. lI
LIBERTY ROUTE THREE. I
Rev. R. W. Nelson filled his :regu4- s;
ar appontment at Gofden Creek last
sunday A large crowd at' aded 1
md all seemed to enjoy the sermon.
Mrs. Etta Wham, of' Greenville, is
'isiting Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sidell, of
.,iberty this week.
Many friends of Mr. and Mrs. V. r
d. Nation spent the day with them s
mn the fourth. Some were Mr. and d
bIrs. .J. D. Ellenburg and family, Mr.
d. A. Ellenburg and family and a
thrs. Ice cream was served be- .
'r.r and afternoon. In the after
toon al' the young f')'ik wtet to the .
1!! :ne. at L:ie' ty. .AlI m to I
. 1. .!. c. Side.l and Mr.. Etta I
:ham visited Mrs. Tom: Rothelt Mon- e
tny. then fourth.
Mr. Homer and Loye Natians vis
'>?d 3. WN. B. Eilenburg last Sun
One of Mr. Dice Master's little
laughters died recently. She was
sight years of age.
The Sunday school sure is fine at
Misses Lizzie and Alna Rothell
'isited Miss Gladys Nations last Sun.
Mr. Furman Cooper visited Mr.
Homer Nations recently.
Misses Ollie and Nettie Ellenburg
'isited Miss Gladys Nations Monday.
Miss Louise and Ethel Cooper vis
ted Mrs. J. C. Sidell Sunday.
Come on, Mischievous girl.and let's
il' out the paper with good news.
The Mischievous Boy.
BETHLEHEM SCHOOL GROWS.
Bethlehem) school will open it=
nimer term next Monday morning,
uly 18th, with 'Misses Elva and
thel Stewart teaching. All pat
ons of the school are invited to be
)resent at the opening exercises Mon.
This school has jnst finished a
handsome three-class room building
which is a credit to any community.
Contractors Anderson Babb and Sam
Nalley, of Pickens, had the contract
for erecting the building and it is
said to be one of the 'best built
school houses in this or any other
county. The trustees of the school
are Joab Gilstrap, M. M. Holden and
P. T. Nelson.
DACUSVILLE ROUTE TWO.
Health in this community is. ver'y
tO)d at lpresent.
Crops are lookinag tine in th:s see
ion. All we see that they needi is
Miss Lydia amnd .Jennia Gosset
pIent Saturday night wvith the Misses
A large crowvd attended the sing
ng at Mt. Carmel Sunday afternoon.
Mr. William and Richard Harri
on spent the week-end with their
trandparents, Mr. and Mrs. S. M.
Mrs. J. M. Rochester and children,
>f Greenville, spent a pleasant after.
ioon at Mr. John Harrison's on the
Mrs. J. R. Harrison spent he week
mnd with her father, Mr. W. R. Lark,
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Julian visited
air. and Mrs. Steve Smith on Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Pitman, of
['exas, spent Tuesday night with
I1r. and Mrs. John Harrison.
Mrs. L. A. Davis, of Greenville,
~pent the fourth with her daughter,
Wirs. W. R. Lark.
We are sorry to report Miss Nan.
iie Pace on the sick list, but we hope
he will have a speedy removery.
Mr. Jule Underwood visited his
>est girl Sunday afternoon.
Quite a large crowd attended the
>aptizing at the Saluda dam Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Harrison vis
ted their son, Mr. J. R. Harrison, on
Mr. Willie Harrison will leave
shortly for Hendersonville, N. C.,
&here he will spend several days.
Mr. W. A. Lark spent several days
ast week in and around Easley.
Everybody is always glad to see
Dr. L. F. Crenshaw;
who has been at the Bal
timore Dental Parlors
for the past three years,,
has moved his office to'
125 1-2 South Main St.,i
Greenville, S. C., over
Seybt's book store.
ONE DOLLAR SAYED KUAPs .
SENTS TEN DOLLARS EARNED.
The average man does not save to
xceed ten per cent of his earnings.
le must spend nine dollars in living
xpenses for every dollar saved.
'hat being the case he can not be too
areful about unnecessary expenses.
'ery often a few cents properly in
ested, like buying seeds- for his gar
en, will save several dollars outlay
iter on. It is the same in buying
hamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea
remedy. It costs but a few cents,
nd a bottle of it in the house often
Ives a doctor's bill of several dollars.
HE COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON.
Open to Men and Women.
Entrance examinations and exami
ations for the free tuition county
cholarships at all county seats Fri
ay, July 8, at 9:00 a. in.
Four-year courses lead to the B. A.
nd B. S. degrees. A special two
ear pre-mdical course is given.
Spacious buildings and athlette
rounds. well e'1uippe'd laboratori,
nexcelled li!ary failiti.'s. A dlor
iitory f.>r ment. Expe", -;nes oit.lra
d booklet, addree.
HARRISON RANDOL'I[. Pres.
a SPLENDID MEDICINE FOR THE
STOMACH AND LIVER.
"Chamberlain's Tablet for the
tomach and liver are splendid. I
Lover tire of telling my friends and
eighbors of their qualities," write;
Ers. William Vollmer, Eastwood, N
When bilious, constipated o
roubled with indigestion, give then
trial. They will do you good.
The next time
you buy calomel
a otl s
The purified and refined
calomel tablets that are
nausealess, safe and sure.
Medicinal virtues retain
ed and improved. Sold
only in sealed packages.
Oil Coale Stoves and Oven~s
F. B. MORGAN, Pres.
Last week we had a cust
for his cancelled checks. He si
a bill he thought he had paid.
had the Dentist's receipt where
Why not open a checkin
bl by cheek. Better be safe
BANK OF CENT]
Traveling men I When
bad roads prevent the
use of your car you can
often accomplish the4
same results by calling
on your customers by lor
low STATION TO S
time and money when yo
.one with whom you can t
SOUTH-ERN BELL ']
ird like 41
HIR NICE ne~w hu~aan.
STEPPED OUT cl' th.e hv,:s.
WHIS LINGLIKEa h:r-I.
WHICH ALARMED yv~ng w
SHE FOUND sho'.I picke~1
THE WRONG packa,.
AND INSTEAD of oatinel.
HAD GIVEN hI:n bireisoel.
BUT DON'T think fromn thlis.
THAT EVERY guy.
YOU HEAR whi4tling.
BEEN ROBBING the 'ennary.
OTHER THINGS inspire.
THE ALMOST human malo.
TO BLOW through his lips.
AND MAKE shrilI no!3e..
A RAISE, for ext:n')*).
OR A day off when.
A DOUD LE header is on,.
EVERYTHING for the kitchen
-from an oil stove to a dip er
-you'll find it at this store. We ve
selected our stock thoughtfully with
your kitchen needs always In mind.
All the articles we offer you are tried
and proved through long years of
We have New Perfection Oil Cook
Stoves-dean and reliable, com
plete with oven and warming cabi
net. And we also carry a big assort.
ment of Utensils-Aluminum and
Let us help you select the articles
you need for your kitchen.
Easley, S. C.
B. E. Allen, Cashier
il, S. C.
omer come into the bank and ask
tid a dentist was dunning him for
We gave him his checks and'he
he had received the money.
g account with us and pay your
AL, Central, S. C.
ig distance telephone. The
TATION toll rate saves
u are reasonably sure some
rilk business will be present,
OR AN everydlay '.hlng.
LIKE A good 1mrg.
ON ONE of, those smokesp
j. THAT SATISFY.
WHICH CERTA1NLY ares
THE REAL birded.
FOR MAKING men.,
TRiLL THEIR pipes for joy,
SO LADIES, if hubby.
GOES AWAY yhistlingj,
YOU NEEDN'T worry.
W""E you say that cWe
terfields "satisfy," you're
whistling. You knowv-t e in..
-ant you light one-that ths r
tobaccos in it are of prime se..
lection, both Turkish and Do..
mestie. And the blend.-..weir,
you never tasted such smooth
ness and full-tlavored~ body! Na
wonder the, "satisf~y-blend" is
kept secret. .' ,'"nt be' Copied.
Did you know about tee
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