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- Il4y yea re ago a bad fgllo* with
a bi1;reputation pulled a- stunt that
he I led "marching through Geor
gia4 . The records do not state
wh ' r his reputation made him bad
-or then hip..badness made his re
pus n, anyway he was possessed
wit) oth And perhaps the devil to
boot. Thp mission of the fellow just
des''ibed was destructive in intent
and t.sanything but peaceable. He
probbly traveled at a speed of about
eight~en miles per day.
Sunday morning, July the 3rd, this
yeai, Lour very peaceful South Caro
liniTfis left-Easley to "Ford it" into
Georgia. They 'traveled at about
eighteen miles per hour which goes
to prove that peace is very. much
swifter and more desirable than is
war. After some deliberation we
decided to go by the upper or moun
tain,.rpad, and in a very few min
- utes;"'driven by J. A. J., the Ford
was lifting dust on the top soil road
to Liberty, which was passed at 8:15
a. m. At Norris we observed that
the evening before had been much
better weather for ducks than it had
at Easley-a good rain had fallen
there. Central, Clemson College and
Newry w-?re passed on schedule and
just at 10 o'clock we rolled into
Seneca but made no stop until we
crossed the bridge at that place and
found that we had taken a road that
led too far south from the tracks of
the Southern Railway, so we turned
back north and just west of Seneca
struck'the highway, over the old rail
road bed, leading to Westminster
where we made our first stop for c
few minutes to give the Ford a littl<
oil. Leaving Westminster we wens
a scurrying down the old railrcat
grade towards the Tugaloo river, b3
Richland, Harbins anl Madison. Th<
road in this lap of our tr'p was rucl
bett ir than we expected to find an<
run; through eme pretty tnibe:
We crossed into Georgia cv th<
old Jarrett bridge which stands righ
at the new railroad bridge. 11: rt
the old widower and the old bache
for had some real thrills passed uj
to thwn. In the river just aboe t:h
bridge a bevy of women and riris
in Atlantic City costumes, were hav.
ing an apparently very enjoyabl<
time, judging from the laughter anc
little exclamations of delight of
fright that floated up from the cleaw
waters of the river. Right here om
schedule would have gotten badly ou
of time if another car had not bees
trailing us into the bridge and ask
ing insistently for the right of way
One of the wily old timers said tha
one of the women in the river wa
about the prettiest woman that h
had ever seen (name can't be men
tioned on account of his great dislik
Our ford climbed out of the riv
valley in goodI time and up on thi
erest of the hills going toward Toc
coa we caught a vision of natura
ybeauty that lilled our minds wvitl
p !leasure. -Just at noon we ro]let
into Toccoa and stopped right ir
front of an old time livary stable
no, wve didn't give the Ford any corn.
Our stop was to get direction which
a very clever gentleman soon gave
u.Leaving Toccoa we turned
nerynorth into the mountains, at
omrand other places bl)Cow Cur
rahe montai. Atera still climb,
over a very passable mountain road,
we came to a place where two Geor
gia counties hdada hedon col
lision ; and the fellows over there
wer? so pr!oud of it that theye had
V put up a big sign t~o tell the traveler
just how Georgia counties (do cut up).
The sign read, "County line Steph
ens andI 3anks." We dlidn't stop to
untangle the wreckage but were soon
out on the ridlge that leads into Mt.
Airy, with beautiful orchards of ap
pies, peaches and other fruits on
Seach sidle of the roadl for miles. We
Sfound this se ction of Georgia to he
about the most attractive to the eye
of any that we p~assedl through.
At. Mt. Airy we stoppedC~ for din
r.er. The hotel here s'2emed to be
pretty well .filled with transient
-guests, andl some of them were hav
Snig a quiet Sunday lounging on the
porches or on the lawvn. While we
were eating, a very clever Georgian
ambled over to swap the tim? of dlay
with us andl incidentally to .in formi
-us that times in Georgia were still
pretty "'old fatsh ioned"l' in a number
of ways and th:.t normalcy was get
ting back to no.rm.al for some of the
prodcts ef thia; fina old( hill con
4 try. W ' indulged the good Geor
gin'" w.v'o to t he extent of inquir..
ies oaly a; look his wvordl for it that
it was finie eu and~ only lour bones
per gallon. Leaving Mt. Airy on the
old railroad bed we paIss;ed at the
left of the road, just west of the
business section, on a commandling
~ elevation the summer home of the
Inate Judlg Emory Speer', that great
and noble Geargian t.o whom so
nmany of the graduates of law at
Morcer University in Maucon owe
-debts of gratitude. It was an Jin
piratin 'to sit b'efore thO tmimn
ir as he lect1re-- il l e cla 15
in lla y,"arid ma0y.'al 011? gn-f-t
day ha's reached, influential posito?
because' Judge Speer was his frien,
We reached, Cornelia just as ti
morning services were closing in ti
different. churches.; Here we sto
'ped 'and gave the Ford 1 and
Ford driver' understan the quani
qa. the. numerals. indicate. We le
Cornelia and on the way out wel
passsed by a high powered roadst,
carryrig four people, two men ar
two women. That bunch wasn't e
actly happy or fitted up. or som
thing or other, for they had left Co
nelia all grouped up in front'toget
er, or to be exact, well seated. Wh<
they passed us one fellow was a
alone, in his glory on a little fic
seat back up from the tonneau, ar
his pretty white pants were takit
on some color from the red hills c
Georgia. In a few minutes we pas
ed the roadster drawn up at the sh
of the road, and one of the girli
was doing her best to persuade h
pet, from his perch back in the r'
ap front again out of the heat. ',Y
left them, holding a conversatio
:nd reached the conclusien that
might not have be'n as hot back c
the little seat as it was up front.
At Sulphur Springs we stopped f
a few minutes to take some refres
ing plain water. At this place
large rrumber of cars parked up t
surroundings, and a big number
apparently happy and prospero
:'oik were enjoying a beautiful Su
(lay afternoon. In a few minuI
after leaving the springs we ran in
Gainesville, passing, on our right
we werat in, the buildings of Brene
Coileg'e. At Gainesville we stopp
at the up-to-date refreshment a
drink palace established by
forne.r e'ti:en of Easley, Mr. J
orge. .Jtt out from Gainesvi
we cm( e u) pon the county, state a
io'naI hig'hway that leads on
anta. Thi: road is well laid c
..nl w'x';1 be, when thoroughly co
bltted, a nerfect speedway. N
. ade no further stop until we rear
ed Buford, at which place we tura
nea'rl:. youth over a splendid rc
e:ding to Lawrenceville. Ie-re
topped for a few minutes and tc
-;me soft, cooling drinks. It v
now nearly 5 o'clock, and soon af
I having Lawrenceville our vision Ii
ed the top of Stone Mountain as
stood far away over the tree to
all opal and emerald in the even
When we reached' Decatur we :
-jinto another group of South Ca
linians on a trip to Georgia a
t After shaking hands and talking
s a few minutes with these fel
e compatriots we drove out from
- eatur into the Druid Hills sectior
e the city and entered Atlanta al
Ponce de Leon avenue. At 20 n
r utes to 7 o'clock we had stopped
SLuckie street; and wvhile we, w
w ~aiting for our bachelor fellowi tr
'eler to arrange matters withr the It
who owned the food andl beds, a s
tor bus carrying its full cargo
white cappcd happy nurses from i
Baptist hospital rolled by, and in
wake, to show that he was plm
smart, scurried a little almost I
muan thing in a racing car. The I
tle animal didn't get much attenti
and soon darted by the bus on ir
the heart of the city. Our good<
bachelor friend got everything sat
facto rily arrangedI and we wvere so
ieted at the uipper table enjoying
wall1 cooked and well served meal.
At 8:30 p. in. we were sea ted
the Haptist Tabernacle and it w
a pl!easure to us as the members
the choir filed in and took their set
to see our hostess among the nu:
0(e'. The tofies of' the great pi
organ mingling with the voices
more than 70 ple?1l in tihe choir a:
pr'obably a thousand ini tihe congi
ation who joined ini the singingi
spIiredl each of us. Dr. Ham) has
church of which any' famous proe
or' mnighit well be proud1(; antd fro
what we observedI th'ere Sund)(ay nig
he ha.s a continuous revival in I
Thurtch. ie ha:s a very enwagii
wayv of' locating tihe religious drift
his hearers, or' rather their spiritu
;.uilinlg. At the close of hlis se
.n he asked &ll those who we:
ambers of churches and christial
o lhae standl. Those who did n
t-uel o wure thlen inlvited to come
mad.C 'by v. 1 unta:ry wvorkers wvl
mov(edt frC1Om at to .< at speaking i
bith one w'h rlmitd seate. D*oi
wt amvonsc tl' iop' '--atin'spea
thle altar, and ato ikI' ben'ak ha
prlayers were offeed by~. ditierei
mn*lebes of the (cn-.lation~ for'C th
salvation of the suppiut ii t he a
v r. An thl t4losing ntes ftea:
hymn wvere (lying in the rt'land
well (lh-essmd thron of le..m.., ...
?t fl 1 ui 0t1' ' 1 1
Of-the tong-gawj aw piiuiy gar
'5 mented occupants, both men and wo
. men, listening in reverential awe to
e an uneducated but inspired preacher
as he told them of God's great love
. for men and women who had sinned.
5. No pipe of organ, or note of cornet
. mingled with their "Come Thou
ft Fount of -Every Blessing," but by
-e their faith in God, these of today are
r blessed; their faith and sacrifice back
d in the old brush arbors and log wall.
. ed churches made the immense tem
. ples of brick and stone of today re
r- alities, In no other country could a
traveler see so democratic a' gather.
n ing in a church as the writer beheld
I in the Tabernacle in Atlanta. This
to is no doubt due to the fact that in
d our country we have no Stat<
ig church, but numbers of different de
if nominations; and out of their con
s- flicts of opinion comes clarity of
le thought and sanity in conduct, some
!r Early Monday morning we pay ou
r, Ford out of storage and dodge
'e around A tlanta for a few miles un
n, til we finally get straightened ou
it on the highway through College Parl
mn to Union City. When we reached i
we found that Union City was ful
or and running over with ears and au
h- tomobiles from South Carolina, Ten
nessee, Florida, Alabama and Geor
agia. Wehad hardly gotnstill i:
our parking place when up dashe
another Ford and in it were severs
us good fellows from Buford who ha
1 also come down to hear the "tw
es Toms," as the Georgians call then
In this crowd was a son of Mr. J
as P. Crane who is well known in ou
county. After we had left our For
ad and gotten a bottle of pop we amble
on down to the park, and as we neai
a ed the entrance we heard about si
0 thousand people all singing at onc<
e Now that was old time stuff that h
li the spot, and we waded up clos<
t to get the real old happy Georgi
tpmr't. In a few minutes a wave o
Il-h.eering started way. out. toward 1t
, entrance. It rose and fell in wav
as it moved along the ranks of ti
more than 15,000 people who swvarn
ad"d over the acres of shaded grov
we All ey2s focused toward the poil
ok where the cheering had started at
as in a few moments up at the stan
"er a man dressed in cream colored cot
f. and trousers with an almost pu
IC white vest was mounting the ste
Ps, to the speakers platform. His ha
ng once an almost firey red, was near
white. His face bore the lines
,an heavy and continuous mental stra
ro- and toil, but as he faced about a
Is. let the eagle eyes rove out over i
for great throng for a full space of s
low onds, there was silence. And th
De- like the roar of a mighty blast
of wind the cheering broke forth ago
ng and again. Thomas E. Watson, t
n- great and eminent Georgian, w
on loves and reverences the Constit
ere tion which our fothers establishi
Fly- even as David of old loved and r'e
dy erenced the ark of God, hadI come
1o- speak to his friends and comradles
of Afler an introduction by the preCs
hdent~ of the Farmers Union, Ho
its Ch:.rles S. Barrett, Senator Watsc
nlb for more than two hours held tl
.u- clot e attentLion -of acres of folk wvi
it- Fanhed andi checeed, and some<
oni them wept as he dlrove home with a
to eloquence born of the gods, poh1
Id after point in his speech.
:mI Governor IIrdwick in a splendi
a and force ful speech followed Soms
tor' Watson and then the wires to ti
infield of' barbecued 'eats were I at dow
asland thousands, of folk swarme
of around the table's, which, tihe now:
ts pap~ers of Tuesday nmorninig said emi
ried the la rgest and best barbecu
pe0 that had everi been servedi in th
o tat* of Getor'gia. One very noticei
able and encouraging feature of thi
-imnsel, L gamtheri ng was the practic
a- aly absolute absence of the signs a
ainto xican ts. TJhe writer obs;erve
h- only one dru'tnk perIson and he wasi
mcare of the sheriff and a deputy whl
ht were. esc'orting him off' the gr-oumbii
Thswa5 vr remarkiable showvinL
for a gathe'ring of 17,000 to '20,00
al A fter' at good night's r'est at At
1'. lanltat we hit the dust Tiesday morn
-e ing for home. Oui' route com im
s5 backl led( out by Decatur' to Law
>t renc'v ille. at which place. w e loamde<
o t'. Fod andmm got'brea kfast f'or' our
-s el~es.We avesomle "kinsfolk'
'e over1 there't andil someI timii , per'haps
o tw' of' our' party are going ba:ck tha
,, fari fto see t hat we are correct w'hez
.we . te that all the '"p 'e'hes"' ii
r Gorgia have no t beeni pick~ed . F'ron
I Lawi'encev ill' we chmanged om:-; r'autt
to come by Wiuideri, Athen, I" -:<oV
.. ( ndhart-wA~ell. WeI reatched A '(der.
e 'tun, 0our neig'hbor city, ini~:' t, i;ai
t and th'"e we ate' dinner naI v':. ilt i
di' nwn~'' a space of time. Leavi' 'n
y onwe sooni c'ame in sight of'th
j 'wo hig- da-k here at honh' :an
LI. plume's of smnok' floating out undt
tthe evening sun. Our' party ha E.
[.e hir' "Fordin~b~ g Through G(-m
e 1," andl not trail of wer'iiked a,
>. bur'ning honmes m~ar'ked theim' nnacl
As t faven't seen any news from
route one in some time thought I
would write' you a few dots.
Crops are looking good around i
A revival meeting will begin. at
Pickens View church Wednesday v
night, July 20. Everybody invited. '
We sure enjoyed the ball games
Satur-day and Saturday a week ago r
between Bethlehem and the Pickens
second nine. Bethlehem won the I
first game 20 to 10, and Pickens'won t
the second 20 to 19.
W. O. Nally spent Sunday with T.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gibson spent
Saturday night with her parents, Mr. t
and Mrs. Mat Holder.
DACUSVILLE ROUTE TWO.
Crops in this community are look- t
is be'tter sin'e th: showers.
Misses rdaymie and Amber Wil
lians spent a few days last wee'k
with relatives in Westminster.
Born unto li. and Mrs. Rupert
Farr the 13th, a fine girl.
L Emmett McNabb, of Greenville, is
l spending a few days with his grand
mother, Mrr. Mary Jane McNabb.
Mrs. George Holcombe and chil
- dren sp"?nt Saturday with Mrs. Ru
i pert. Farr.
3 Miss Helen and J. T. Holcombe
I spent Saturday with Rachel and Je
1 rome Farr.
o Look out girls, G. W. Farr has his
Maxwell in running order. Wonder
who will get the first ride?
r The many friends of Mr. Cole
d man Bruce are glad to welcome him
d back to Pickens county after a seri
x 'Mr. and Mrs. F. 13. Ponder sp'ent
.a'urlay afternoon with Mr. and
t Mrs. Rupert Farr.
r ?ii-ss Nmnie, Lillian and Leota
a uidi, of Daeusville, spent Sunday
,f with their aunt, 3lrs. F. B. Pond r.
e MI-. and th s. John Bowen, of
s Gr-..nville, ep:t Sunday with Mr.
e aril Mrs. F. i3. Ponder.
. .\ . zwnd Mis. . ohn Williams spent
the th and 10th with Mrs. William's
t parenits in Cross Anchor.
d M iss Grace and Jerome Farr spent
j, Monday night at the home of' Mr.
t George Holeombe.
ir NEWS FROM CENTRAL ROUTE
in (Too late for last week)
id Farmers are trying to get through
he laying by in this section.
'c- Mr. and Mrs. Cane Durham and
en family spent the night with Mr. and
of Mrs. Will Turner Tuesday night.
,in Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Galloway are
lie spending a few days with her father
10 and mother, Mr. and Mrs. W. T.
-Aiken, of Cateechee.
di Mr. Ed Durham spent Sunday in
,o Mr. Span Scarey, of Liberty, is
slendinLg a few days with his sister,
i- Mrs. Louis Maiuldin, of the Mile
n 'vvr2 younhg folks from here
C went to Ki~~ete rver' one day last
0 week, took dimner and stayed all day.
f They report a nice time.
n Born unto Mr. andl M~rs. Leonard
Lt Nations, July 9th, a fine girl.
Born unto Mr'. and Mrs. .Jim Well,
July 9th, a big boy.
Several young folks attendled the
e ie ceamsupergiven byMran
C lirs. R. L.. Gallowvay Saturdlay night.
Misses Emimie D)urhami and Lena
d ITiuner visi ted M rs. Cane D~urhami re
i'u. ata! li's. WV. TI. Durhani had
as; their' i.utsts MlOndayT Mr. ande M rs.
Da&rlintg Durhami and son, Hlomer
Mrs.h'i W. T. D~urhamn spent Sunday
evenIing wt~h Mrs. R. L. Galloway.
Mr.u Redmnund Mull is erecting a
new erih . Mr. Mull says "bread i
MXiss Lenia T1urner spient Sundaty
wth hr cousin, Miss Blearle Serug s,.~
of thie I '"aters Creek s'c'ti(on.
Mr. and Mrs. Riedmnundl Mull andl
family 'penit Sunday wvith Mr'. andl
Mrs. R. . Galloway and family.
- Wonder what has beome of the'
P ie'dmont~u irii? Guess she ha~s got
marraiedic. C ome on, Somebody's D ar.'
ljng. I think I kniow~ y'ou. Fe pi
I'ouir news\V up. I wvill come ap.i.
D)on't worry. I'm not lost. .Ju .
new'. be(inneri~, t hat's all.
SERVJCE;S AT PICKENS BAPTIST,
* 'l m in Coluri, . x: i
- . \o' ordl, of thi' G , '
e ', in Louisvilb. Ky.
b a'Oaddres.: the I'. . . P.
Christie F. Hopkins.
and Hill (N. C.) Citizen.
Last Friday evening Herbert Beck,
1hris Hopkins, and Joseph Groome
vent up to Lakeview for a swim.
[hey had been in the water but a
ew minutes when Hopkins suddenly
'aised both hands and sank. Beck
nd Groome immediately called for
telp and went to the' assistance of
he drowning man. As they receiv
d no assistance from any o fthe men
n the water or those on the shore,
vhich was scarcely more than 100
eet from where Hopkins went down,
hey were unable to save the drown
ng man although they stayed with
in as long as there was a possible
hance of saving him. His body was
ecovered in thirty five minutes after
ie sank, but all efforts to resusci
ate him proved futile as life was
-xtinct. The funeral and burial
ervice were held at Central, South
2arolina, Mr. Ilopkins' old home.
Mr. Hopkins came to Southern
['ines last October and becamev asso
:iated with Mr. Beck in his garage
and repair shop.. lie had a genial,
pleasant manner that brought him a
host of friends.
He leaves a wife and little daugh
ter who was just three days old
when her father lost his life.
Mrs. Hopkins and her little baby
girl have the do?p sympathy of the
entire community in their bereave
To the patrons of Ambler school
district. No. 37, that the compulsory
attendance law will be put onsaid
district A ugust 22nd and will con
tinue for eighty (lays. IIonce all
chil dr a betwee':n the age of eight and
fourteen :ust attend unless excused
J. ). Simmons,
Chairmnu hoard of Trustees.
CARD OF THANKS.
Dear I1 r. Editor: Please allow
me spa;e in your paper to thank the
many friends and neighbors for their
love and kindness during the sick
ness and death of our little daughter,
Jessie Lee, whom God claimed for
his own on the fourth day of July
at 4:00 o'clock and fifteen minutes
a. m. We also want to thank Dr.
Sheldon for his most kind and prompt
attention toward her and also Dr.
Long. May God bless them all with
the richest of blessing:, is our earn
P. D. Masters and Family.
The Porter family reunion will be
held Friday, August 5, at the A. S.
Porter .plaec above Pickens, ats usual.
All relatives and friendls of the famn
ily invited. 2t
All persons interestedl inl the ceme
lery at Secona church a re reqIuestedl
toa meet at. the church on Friday be
fore the first Sundauy in August and
'>ring suitable tools for cleaingit~ oil'
SINGING AT CONCORD.
Th'ie P'ickens township singing cot.
vent ion wvill meet at Concordl next
Sundal~y afternoon at 2 o':l.iek. Lt.
.everybody (ome andL 1( bri ngt ho ol a m
have a good singing.
WV. R. Lewvis, See,
MOUNT BETH-EL CEMETERY.
All per~sons interested in the Mt.
P'e'hel remetery are reque.stedI to
n't thecre next Tuesd(ay, July 213
for the purpose of cleaning off' the
rrounds;. Bring tools.
I r. R. E. L(wis and famiily a-e
:tdini:t this week at Whitewater'.
Loo:-t-Sunday, .July 1 0, bi-'tw'on
ts e. idence and the res:idenice of
.E:r. I:. A. Boweni in Pickens, tta rank
-Oakland autonmobhilIe. Finder
h ;:a:e re'turn toa ma or 'The Set tin el
I )STf--.aIn Pickenas or the mnill vil
Sv iaturdayv, July !), ai Pentlemnan's
:ulendl waVtch(. F-inder please re
* r) t nd g.1( et reward. WV. L.
r' the past three years,
a mnovedi his 00c to
25 1-2 South Main St.,
eevie S. C., over
soyht's book ztore.
950,0% DMMA GE
BY HAIL STORM
)ESTRUCTIVE HAIL STORM VIS
ITO THIS SECTION.
A conservative estimate of the
lamage wrought by the hail storm
vhfch visited this section on Mon
lay, the f1th.inst., would reach $50,
)00.00, in the opinion of good farm
rs. Thits a great disaster to the
eople of this section coming upon
he heels of the heavy loss sustained
)n crops last year.
The section visited is about three
miles square South of the Southern
Railway between' Easley and Liberty.
'he destruction was complete. Corn
wvas torn to shreds and cotton was
literally stripped, leaving only the
;talk. All of the gardens and the
fruit in the section was destroyed.
The following farmers , are the
heaviest losers, practically all their.
crops being a total loss. Farms ad
jacent to these also suffered some:
W. M. LaBoon-- - ...-38 38
T. N. Smith - - - - - - - 32 12'
W. D. Waldrop -- ---- 9 9
S. S. Masters - -- -- - 11 13
J. Walker Ellison - - - 42 18
R. H. Sweet..- . -- - 8 12
J. M. Garrett . - ..-...25 25
B. F. Hunt- - - - - . - 10 17
Raymond Williams - . 20 10
Harmon Williams . - 150 100
Alex Simpson- - -. . 15 16
F. V. O'Dell. -..-.-.- 100 50
A. J. Young-- - ..-..-..20 18
T. E. Smith- - - -22 15
This represents a total of 502
acres of fine cotton and 352 acres
of cort. Approximately $5,000
wo'rth of f"rti!;z r. was used under
Iessrs. W. C. Smith, W. D. Spear
matn, (.. W. Allen. T. A. 13owen, Jim
Couch, .1. 0. Williams, E. E. Maul
din, Walker Ellison, Harmon Wil
hams, A. P. Fant and D. W. Hiott,
Jr., visited all the above named
farms last Friday and a committee
of these gentlemen estimated the
cotton damaged at 100 per cent nor
mal yield and corn damaged 80 per
cent normal yield.
MASS MEETING AT EASLEY.
Be Held in Interest of Hail Storm
County Agent. Bowen announces
that a mass meeting will be held in,
the city hall at Easley next Satidr
day afternoon at 4 o'clock in the 'in
terest of those farmers who suffered
so severely from the destructive hail
storm which visited sections of Pick
ens county on Monday of last week.
The county delegation will be pres
ent at the meeting and steps wvill be.
taken to give material assistance to.
the sufferers if necessary.
PICKENS ROUTE THREE.
It wats (juiteC a surprise on July 9
when the children and grand childlren
began to gather at the home of Mrs.
M. D. Chappell to celebrate her
fifty-first birthday. She couldn,'t
imaginte wvhat they 'ouild all be comn
ng for' until tinme to spread dinner.
Tlheirt hardi tims were all forgotten.
Payton P'owell got badly hurt on
bust Friday morn ing wvhile helping his
itnell sli t SOmei stove wvood. A
piece flewv up andt( kicked him in the
nmouth, knocking iome of his teeth
Miss Arie Stewart and Miss Lillie
Cass(ell visited relatives at Ro'man,
N. C., on the fourth of .July..
Mtr. Clelo Powell, of Pemn
v'isited his gr'atnmot her Powell on
A lot of visitors atre stoptping in
to see Alma and Alton,, the littlo
twins of Mr.. and Mrs. Roark Powell.
Mtrs M. D. Chatppell visited her
mthtier la:>t Sun tday.
tr. Roark P owell visited his sis..
4r rs . l0. .\ iken, in (Creenville
one da(I y latst week.
.Jorda~tn 1Reece, of Picketns, was out
var~ rid(itg Su nday a fternoon.
Therme ar' a lot of car~ rides every
day',, but look out for* S. aay, Th
troatd is full. And what I wantt to say
they havent't an:y sp~eed limit wheni
they get' ot, up here. They almost
fly. It is dat--erouias om- ityI OV to
be wal Iking itn the roa d.
I Ole'ombteh wvas driownetid in iTw''elvye
!e cr'eek fnar ltgood'- miill Sttn
lay. T.lhe hotiv ws being~ drtivetn to
huggy by Mr. P'early Byar's, ac
ompanied by Mr. Rabte Reeves, both
f the P ic'kens mill village. The
reek was ilp overt) the bridge arnd
ihen, t hey a i ottmte to er'oss, two
the'.ls of' t he buggy -missed the
r'idlge andt the buggy overtur'ned i,