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fll n sleeI > n)It the ftetrnooi of .\p
ri :. 1:11. (nie of the p urent-t amfid
snist .onsailated iliersItiti of ourti
hi' mi (luit t oi n th tt i sii ald
Iuli igti .a o!' an e;r'bly ' ;areyr to ti
tin. 'tavahle .taior ul' i etrnal hI t11.
The w':riter" consider.-. hlittielf I'/,;
niate to have len the rltiemi o:
wsc a inan. leared in er 'actit 'itlly
anhe samie coituute0ity, ittending the
same s il,. and worshippin-. at tha
samle hI rc i. hoe alosi knew Ise
tho .his and i n every- r la ion o 1hi
shoolnuttes and friends hel was a -
ways stidel rate, and as true as lie
neele her bihe pole. !is inlutence .
was always in the interest of i'llrity
and wuprit ness of conduti, so that
h, was recognized by everyone as a
model boy and noble young, man.
The lReverend W.hilfild Brooks
What'on, the fourth child and se
ond sont of John and 1ane A. itWhar
ton, was- born near Waterloo in Lan
rens County, S. C., on the eleventh
deay of October, 158. i.is father died
during the Civil War while the hoy
was still at child. lib mother lived
to see her boy an influential niem
her of the Conference, and fell onl
lI wotia of great faliIth, and hte r t -it
telnce was of Untold benellt t iie
bo'y il his yoitIi and young matn
iie .joined the .\ethodist Church
aarty in li l'e, and lived it consist 't -
ni'i'ember of the sam e, but it was nit'
tuntil th latter iart of the ye:tr
11%7: d1urin' a revival ineeling e n
dtted b)y lhe Rer. \\-. I . :.rail of
the South Carolina ('onferettee that
h'.' was consiously converted. lie
innediately fell the call 1o preach
the (;.osp~el, butl di not, however', re.
5ip td to the call until several years
liter. Ihoitgh he cold never get
at way from taI conviction that it' o
had tilled him to the work of the
'ie n reachling' :'natu're hiaindIn, he
entered s e hwo iiess world as yt un-r
ihanl and tarmer, a andl carrying into
hi.; hiisiness the saute gu-iinI, cour
lesy and u rihe , tiha hadl ebar
acteri~edo his youth, prosperity soon
herowned his eflfort and he wad ree
ogilized by al su., a sale an trst
'oraiy dayi." e, man.
Swas in the fli t dy id. of honit', o
:'1 1'rosp1erity .fhi< I. 111 ;1,)-aa
aIted' W0haton as .strlyed~ to Mts
;te 4 ne , thaI the (;Ill to area hli
ares;ed ,I heavily uhon h:m Thy 1.
no longer "conflrrod with aush and
blood." uly bean Tlrep-e fo thei
ilnlor tant hork. is early edCao ention
han een sulh only a th.e efanglon
scI ols of lnth oiury fflolded, art
hle was dwrdillin I' to whodertk 1I
reat re( poneih1ilily oft' preach!in ih
n t at 1\ . nt o n b, 1111 ,,lute;Mi l(,, :
1'+i t hjicl e, hcltagc or a
rtie ta t'ihed,-h nd iat charce.
next h: r e wa, the I ouh
Many Fine Gxis
Are Here For
The Christmas Shopper
If you are at all puzzled on what to give HIM for Christ
mas, come here for relief. We can solve the gift problem for
you in a manner that will prove satisf actory to you and is bound
to please HIM. We have made this Christmas shopping busi
- - --ness a study as to just what men and boys want.
This is truly
A MAN'S STORE
and nothing is . shown but practical, fashionable
and suitable things that he wants.
Look Over This List:
I11.\ N I )K ESINAI I ElV- I I , K liti -.i t y?1 PL' La 1)iti tESS ETS
5c t o 25c 50c 501. t o $1.00
$1.50 t"" $3.50 iII, illI liT' 'Ia e
K . \ .s$3.00 toe $3.50 $1.00 t i, $1.50
50c ta $1.50
50 i$75 0 2 05 0i
S \\'I..\ E o
. 10 0 50
1..19 -i's'' 5 5 15
$4 0 CL 4$7.5
SMITH e LITTLE
'Well done, thou good and f1aith
'uil servant, enter thou into the joys
>f Ihy Iord." Th'Ion art goie to
by well earned rest, and we will not
nonrn as those who have no hope,
>ui "hail Witih confidence, expect to
neel thee in outr Father's bouse,
,hiih is eternal in thie heavens.
(louthern 'hristian Advocajte.
1.AV Ri'N FOIL GOVEIltNit
eeision Will Diepend ('ponl Develj).
ments letween Now and Election
Columbia, Dec. Ia.---Senator-eleet
'rotor A. ionham, of Greenville
outnty, while here tonight. admitted
hat whether or not he will run for
overnor in 1918 will be governed en
irely by eirctmstances and develolp
nents between now and then. Sena
or Ionham has his eye on the gov
srnor's chair but only the next two
,ears will tell what his action will be.
Asked if the new deegation intends
linking any changes in the Greenville
ounty governmetat. the senator said
ie did not know, but that he would
not 1et polilies interfere with the
c ounty. "(ireenville. coulnty hasf Ihe
hest systeii of 'ui nty government in
the state and 'while I will do all I can I
to get iny policies carried out I do
not plroplose to let lpolities interfere
with tle best interests of the counly,"
said the senator. lie said he and the
house members would work for the
hest interest of the county in every
"Are yo going to put the jail back
in the hands of the sheriff," he was
asked; to which he replie d that his
efforts would he to see that the finan
cial interests of the county are taken
care of without regard to politics.
ASSESSORI'S NOTICE 1917.
The A'uditor's office will be open
from the tat (lay of January to the
20th of February, 1917 to make returns
of all personal property for taxation.
For the convenience of taxpayers
the Auditor or his deputy will attend
the following named places to receive
returns for said year to wit:
hfonday, .Jan. 15, Scuffletown town
ship, J. S. Craig's store.
Monday, Jan. 15, Jacks township, S.
W. Dean'n. J
Monday, Jan. 15, Jacks towship,
Monday, Jan. 15, Hunter township,
.loIday, .Jan. 1., (ross Iliii town
hli, ('ross 1ill.
.\londay, Jan. 1;5, Waterloo township,
Monday, Jan. 15, Waterloo township,
. L. Madden's.
Monday, .Jan. 15, Waterloo townshilp,
lerry C. Martin's store.
Monday, .Jan. 15, Dials townshlyp, I[.
1. Mahon's store.
.\londay, .Jan. 15, Youngs township,
Monday, Jan. 15, Youngs township,
Monday, Jan. 15, Seuffletown town
hip, Ora, 9 a. in. to 2 p. n.
Monday, Jan. 15, Laurens township,
Vatts Mill, 2:30 p. in. to 6:30 p. m.
Tuesday, Jar. 16, Hunter township,
Tuesday. Jan. 16. S'ullivan township,
T. T. Wood's.
Tuesday, .Jan. 16, Dials township, D.
'T'uesday, Jan. 16, Youngs township,
Wednesday, Jan 17, Hunter town
hip. Clinton Cotton Mill.
Wednesday, Jan. 17, Sullivan town
hip Princeton. ,
Wednesday, Jan. 17, Dials township,
/. A. White.
Wednesdays Jan. 17, Youhgs town
hip, W. P. Ilarris.
Thursday. Jan. ,8, Hunter township,
lydia Cotton Mill.
Thursday, Jan. !R. Sullivan town
hip, W. D. Sullivan, Sr.
Thursday Jan. 18, Dials township,
T1hursday, Jan11 , 1 yUnts towvnshly,
I"O ,hi. 19, Hiunter township,
Ilease make note that the appoint
ns11 will he ill e10(1 just as advertised
1111(1 to Iilease 0ome0 out and make re
tirns. One man usually miakes the
whole rotind and some may not under
stand the notice this time, as I have
divided up the territory in the several
All male citizens between the ages
of 21 and 60 years on the 1st of Jan
uary except those who are incapable
of earning a support from being
malmed or from other causes, are
deemed polls, Confederate veterans
Also all male citizens between the
ages of 18 and 50 on the 1st day of
January, 1918, are liable to a road tax
of $1.50 and are required to make
during the time above specified and
their reburn of same to the Auditor
shall pay to the County Treasurer at
the same time other taxes arcs paid in
lieu of working the road.
All taxpayers are required to give
township and number of school die
trets; also state whether property is
situlated in town or country. Nacl lot,
tract, or parcel of land must be en
After the 20th of Februiary 50 per
cent penalty will he attached for fail
ure to mtike returns.
J. W. THOMPSON,