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rBAUTY FOR ALL WHO SEEA
Nature Has Provided It In Abundanc%
and There Is No Price Put
T*iAs is a world of beauty free to
all who will appreeeitte it. The poor
est mnan muay delight as mich III a
rose its anyone, and sometimes inore.
The poor inii many take pleasure in
the beauty of a garden as he passes
to his work, Ile may appreciate the
beauty without having tht cares.
The blue sky of the heavens above
bim is not less beautiful. Ite can ad
mire the follage, the blossomsn, the con
tour ofit trv a ttid enn take delight in
it quite as welt as the 1111n of wealth.
There is no plince so barren but that
somthtbinog is there to inspire the 12m1
aginaation and elevate tlt' soul. If one
sees every beaty,111 one enn 1ti onle's
life with thoutglts that nintke the soul
ring wit their Joy. And seeking
benuly everywhere helps to lift the
rnos't dilsagreenble work fromt the bog
gy plane of dradgery. h'ie endeavor
to lsor I the beaity (or strearints, hills,
fltbis. trees, Iowe'rs, birds and bees
frefines the charl er. Love of nature's
beauty inspires the soul to love of
stpi ritu b1111 Ieatu Ity. And the one Vhto
fills one's soul with such love makes
liarlships easier to hear and the world
LIBRARIES OF REAL SERVICE
Exclusiveness That Marked Them So
Many Years Practically a Thing
of the Past.
The Amlerienln jnble1 Ithr-ary hans dur1
ill I' th e itZ two 11r Three o eilites 1n'
det t7,o a1 w, r11:1uu1,o In the dt
rt,1eeton of uIsful t 4 :S. I'rwm 1k r1 s
tr if b4 ks 4 e4 e - ( l 1 n a small
eins4of paltr who1 know but) what
tiey w ihed. Ithe ' 'i-shtlf sy ht.1n h 8s
groi.i. 1nd now in 11,-tliries thet
booki :I are .ivalhih!e for ini- ieton. In
ste:1il of betlne only a phIee to leii)p
hooks. the libr1ary is :1 place to Study
'hiools in the a:r2ute. to gain stioie
kno wledge of the wven:hh if priiteI 2In
forniltion anld ent 1rtainmnenlt. Vi It
this: idha tIier ha he refoe'et
funlction, .1nd4 the hl eeo m n
has b. en'i' ie*iyiie 1 by tilid n y
tow:rdi takin: the bqhoXks to, thei peot'pli.
The lirari:ui diring Ihki tinlit has
gro4wn fl i n I ., h pe, 'rn. rither
1'4lilled to re-4 it 1 . It:. u-ion 4tf pN
troni on thie':r m t :h:.Ii left L:.:ny
in the lit e-v.-. t<o t -e trin- pilblil. serlv
1ant, who# ifth' l~ < !-, t lon' to
hiin with its el ta l-:s u on hiniiself
tlt, tlosiiie.I of i-xe r wt l i h
C.nn d14 folr thI 'w ;,- ;1n-, thwn doing"
I t. S111-h i4 lim' -:I, sh rnl libr rlianl.
T!m Tri y V 1. ! i 1 i t rnt d
a h'r h :: 4: in ) a:
d e * 'I ' o -D'';i t
lile 1'\I . ri Vf)~
w e. I
414i-t . , 4h h: TrY y firV has drawn
1)p liti wire. as fir- as~ one lifty-thlo1tt-2
tinth of \ i n in. Na u irlly, wire of
that di:ifneXr' is invni loth na:kid
Al l nd eun h4 Iull.- an set i n p ..
'Si)lon ily by Yh i iai of! ai tungiyin~2g
or (4' : ' ' 1)iruni' the' nts
tel ' i Tow hix o wli to
ui r ;n , r' W". T he liII(r
-la it an.! ilnve' :~b Iie'. xxn.her naf
inl 22 fr e n xolony'. Tiltey bulb10
lit e r s 122 211i' (imit ert.) whih they
innhionetuN 2nli ure u e ulp onetinr
('n(1 i Xrain dtea! branlcifhe, iii coand
proi 2t'5 with pin2222kers. t e Is wt'1r-.
a ar222of iper too. Ther ques liv9 for,
'andtrelt had workyrs. Theyg. wide
lhrough lithe' it r ini shetered ion.
Seenee i in-i Ownnesf.an hy
com eart of te srig tohelp ildo
now hu t a bymor.e v tigsiut orl
etthinshht~td yoell f and critrciomb.
whethper umlokridicouhsa of heos
are na ra ats in thris of theimehdfr
nagtrctivsay thegar tog wothr
ple. luTe tnimre pruest otn.a
S1gtt eceinee onse self. H
wil seniselofnta the heroicis of
thcour, bulose onnete ofith caaese
-th heo perouhaseo the hatefr
ablytig tie mayoray anddcrtiesn
ytousef, tyo asl te prethor duestogsee
wet.her o wllo havdueloust Ifs yof
preoaorioarisn, the taequxesensofh
gft, yof wall. aUndseouel prayori
tih hihet centred o exriself. this
testoy soe offhed mthe~pr chaacter I
buet equll Arm nrcarce"i h
GOOD AS ANY BAROMETER
Observing Citizen Says He Knows
Never-Failing indication of When
Weather Will Clear Up.
"Where I live," said Mr. Jorgleby, "I
am pretty well shut in. I can't see
the sky, and so I can't by observation
get much oft a line on the weather, but
on rainy days I (To get, without look
Ing, one tolerably certain indication
when the rain is going to stop, the
same being the whistling of boys pass
ing in the street.
"Wnlii I hear the boys begin to
whistle I know it will soon clear. I
don't pretend to understand exactly
why this is so, but I know it comes so
nine times out of ten.
"Of course, being out of doors, they
mny see signs that I can't seei but I
prefer to think that their whistling is
automatic, involuntary, due to some
still invisible change, or limpending
cliange, in the meteorological condl
"In gloomy, settled, stormy weather
nobody whisiles, not even hoys; but
when brighter weather comes every
body perks up, andl my theory is that
the boyq, with their alert, keen youth
fiul susceptibility to impressions, sense
changes in the weather quicker than
"I have observed this many times
and It Is i practically sure indileation
when on a rainy day you hear boys
passing along tho street whilstling you
may be reasonably certain that it is
going to clear up."
STILL GOT THEIR NICKNAMES,
Fond Father Vainly Imagined Ho
Could Protect His Offspring
From the Common Lot.
WillInmll Willituias hated nick1 ui nies.
Ie used to say that tuost fine given
hauimes were ruinedt by3 abbr'eviat Ion,
.hich ai a sinl nil a shame. "I,
iaysel f." h said. "ato one of six broth.
Ier. \V were al1 given good old-fh
laIIdl Christian 2ne hut all of the1t
raunies wre shorteied into neaning
lss or' feeble mnosyllileits by our
frens.I hll un11ni1 mly chihiren-1 soI
"m it will bo iiprail(tleable to curtail
'The \illiaios fatmily. in the course
of t!-. ws b~cl.'ssed with live chili
111, alhil ys. The oldest was inied
tir the father-\Villian. Of Course
that could le '4hmrtenItted to "Will" or
e:1I4f'h) 'I to "\Villi--hit wait !
st e n I l ( c '. :11111 was '.hristen d
Willardi. ".\ha !" chuckle1do .111r. \Vil.
lianis. "N*w everybodily will ha:1ve to
I le lull 1luiio 4%f , ach olf thI I
I0 in 'rith-r to iuistin:guiih theni."
In lm'i::zn'e of this shia', the
I"t hr mwiter n 'ad \Vlhevrt,
\VifuI azul Wihntci. 'e' five boy.s1
:.re izx r10A rlively kniwn to their
intilttes a1., ill, Skhd , Dm h
I1i I Id Xid . , v h-Ind Pi.ln
Got Good Advice.
A iniiliionair., !ifl e e ty e ie tot
I0tou an:I2P**) u ar ete a polsi Iiona ii
the il!h 41 o i fathiler, who is thi pres
bb1-111 of a ra1ilr'oad rurm11ing. 1111t N(.w
V11rk1. The 1- 11ng a n hadi In bses
in that opportihun 'ity seleits its taIvor
its f,1r41m1 weai lhy enndiilat Ies, but thie
i- ks in l the llice thought otheise.
Il f:'i't. tIhey mlule it so issi'areeable
I' he yigligster thi.t lie illiupeled to
his fatlher'. ~\hen hei hear id the t rue
stoy hie liictmul his .eon thiusly:'"Thlis
'4rrtiii'2ton whiich umoyihts you halos at
lm imaun who startied in lIfe as a boot
bi!aik. Th'ie firPst vicie pre'shdent was
b1rn1 on2 24 farmii, wor~ikedu his way
-4a t' fhids inva lidi20 m iin-r 20nd fathler.
Thles' riaen luauI no weath y connee-'(
itins, hut t hey never siile-st('ppedl hard
worik. itndi if you1 take0 my) adtvice you
won'it e' iher. You41 caFnot (drift along
mdl get iihieal. lie fiei4ndly wvith your
issoiatei14s in fte (41ie4'."' Th'e dilenkt
cothi saw a new light and is now in
ice for' promlot ion.
Famous Fencing Masters.
Metterni'hleh says.", ini his Memorles,
1ha4 lhe was slit to Straslbourg in the
iiunnnIeri of 1785, nrli that lie had the
am4tie furnein zinaIiste'r as lloniapar'te,
who had jutst lIeft the schooI. Tisi
4 'aing iiaster2, a M. J1utste't, ('24led on
\i etternuileh wheiin he( was passling
throuiigh Struasbourg, in 1801, and re
miar4kial that it waus a funny thing thatn
ie sholft d, have given MettIer'nichi fene.
iig lissons shiort ly after'i having given
omIie to Napol.ieonu. "'I hope,'' he a~ded,
'that my pu41pIs, t het emlperor of' thle
3rcnch and)4 thle Austrinn~ ambassador
n P'aris, will not think of fighting
ach'l other!I" An old Almanac d'Alsaco
ulso witnesses to the fact that there
w'as, in that year, a fencing master
if the name of Justet living in Stras
Carbon ink Best at Present.
If an Ink could be produced possess
ing the desirable properties of perfect
fluidity and being non-depositing, and
at the same time incapableo of being
dlecolorized by oxidizing or reducing
agents, there would 1)0 good reason to
believe that the writing done by such
un ink wouild hbe practically permanent.
In the meantime, when writing is of
an important nature andI is desired to
endture, some form of carbon ink aip
pears to be the only trustworthy
prepa rat ion.-Exchange.
Value of AssumptIon.
"Bligginis pretends that 140 knows
"Yes," replied Miss Cavenne; "and
In that way he really gets acquainted
with n l'A of people who think he will
introduce them to a lot of other p'go
TO tELIEF OF NATION
Nubscribedl $I1d,000 to Liberty Bond
Issue and More to Follow.
Cross ]ill, Oct. 22.-On Thursday
morning of last. week, after several
months of suffering, Mrs. Othella
Itlica rdson died at. the hoime of her
daughter, Mrs. J. C. Miller of Mount
ville. Some time during the month of
April Mrs. Richardson isuffered a
stroke of paralysis from which she
never rallied, though medical skill
and !enderli hands did their utmost
part. Though her suffering at tiimes
was severe she bore it With all thq
patience and fortitude which a warm.
devoted Christian heart coild pro
ducv. In her sickness as in her health
site never lost sight of the 0od whom
she ever implicitly trusted . 1ier ten
dler tmotherly enre and anxiety for her
children and lier kind thoughtfulness
of those about her never abated. Up
1() one year ago she had made her
holme here where she endeared herself
o everyone. H1er husband, Mr. Wade
lichardson,l preceded her to 'the
'rave my yeril's ago. Three children
silurvive her. .lMrs. .1. C. Aliller of
.'onniitville. Mr. Tolivr. Richardson
! Washington, and Mr. John icchard
.oi, chief of police in Colinbia. The
riains werie bronght to Ilbelrty
prings for intteriment i riday morn
ing. the fineral services condicted by
pastor \. i.) .atehor(. .\lrs. R ichard
"n was 74 years of age H and for Ilost
if that timite had been a consistent
meinber of 1,iberty S-prinlgs Presby
crin (lill-ch. Mother ,the telderest
if all tender words--, will ever hold its
i'-e ltness in one like this.
Theo 1. W . intil chapter. 1'. 1). (.
-a'e an o s t st pIr Wednesday Cv
iling at he Ow home (if .\lrs. llla Aus
iA which was very ii11eh1 enjoyeI by
ill attenldanils and fromt which thle
-hapterol realize d a1 neal Sum.
'I'li Iiherly 1 .ain Itond subs ril
i"ni calIpai:-n is iimakiing soime pro
'rees here. $12.1111 worth have beei
alien and Il( ond is not yet, It is
,Xpocled and11 beclieve'd that Cross lHill
,ill do her full share in this as she
as done in ih lied Cross aid in
llIrnishinitt miii for tile war of free
loml and delmoerneY. The14 lid Cross
'?lym nl are still 4omlliltg inl ami it
'peA'td and nirg,'d by the loal COM
ii ti that all lb-il (roiss subscrip-~
S 11e aid it wi k. or at hItest
le ".1:t inst. Cross li ill tmulist not
b hin d inl th i. ina t1ter. The money
I tri hit' ai 75c. $1. $1.25,
S1.50. $2. $2.50. $3. $4. $5.00
'rk sh, iI 'ibc. $1, $1.50.
$2.00 ml .... .... ... $2.50
\et's Pnitis $.L. $1.25. $1.50.
$2. $2.25, $2.50, $3, $3.50 $4.
$4.50. $5' $6. $6.50. $7. $7.50
3 Boys' Knee Pants
50Sc. 60c, 65c, 75c, 90c, $1,
$1.25. $1.50. $1.75. $2. $2.25
$10, $12.50, $15. $17.50, $20.
S$22.50 nm . .. .. . ..$25.00
$5, $6.50, $7.50. $8.50, $10.
$8.50 Hol...( . $9.00
$1. $2.50, $3.50. $5, $7.50. $0.
$10. $12.50, 15. a ndl .18.00
$2.75, $3, $3.50, $4, $4.50, $5,
$6, $6.50, $7, $7.50, $8, $8.50
and(1... .. .. .. .. .. ..$10.00
Youths' Long Pants
$8. $9, $10, $12, $15, $16.50,
$17. $18, $20, $22.50, $25.00
is needed, the time is at hand an
01 promises are out.
,Nir. Jake RIasor of Furman sper
the week-end with his parents an
home people. Also Mr. Simmons Pir
son of the same college is here wit
Rev. Iartwell It. Moseley of Cub
preached for the Baptist church Sui
(y morning. ils text was Acts 1:E
and the subject of the splendid dis
course was "The Mlission of th
Church". 'Rev. Mr. Moseley is a ia
tive of this county and is here for
short while only, visiting his brothe
aid other relatives. His congregatio
Sunday morning was fortunate hi th
Impressive exposition of his wol
* FIIENDSHiP NEWS
. U S S S * S 5e * e 0*.
Friendship, Ont. 20.--Ve had a ver
iice rain iPriday but hated to see tl
Ailr. and Mrs. N. E. Pitts from Pop
lar Springs community visited Mrs. .1
1,. Pitts and family last Monday nighi
Nir. and Mrs. W. iI. Pitts and fain
ily were shopping in Laurens Thurs
\lr. and irs. Tom Simpson frol
Giceinville came by to visit Mrs. J. L
I'itts and fainily last Trieslay Iigh
and motored back by Laurens 01
hiriii way back to Greenville.
Aliss idi( Coalis will leave this com
111111ity to beginu her school in Water
Alessrs .1e Wassoni 1 ad soil, 4luthel
We v isiting in this coiu mun ity has
Mrs. .1. L. litts ai ' family and .\it
an id Aiir:. A. if. I'i tts were in Lau ren
.'hloppinig and)( mark11eting Friday'.
Mes's ilernan and Clyde Trayn
hami wvre in 1,iurein Friday.
\ir. \. II. Pitts has imreliased v
i Pord recent ly.
Iliss linla Wilsoni begani her choo
aIt "riendshllip last Monlay wilth .
very small attendance.
MrI. and Mrs. Carl PriofiIt atteIllf
t air a iln (;rteen wood this Week.
i lur11riennle CommuullII~ y Fairl.
.\ eommitiy I''air will be held a.
Ithe litorrie1ne( schoolhouise on Sat inir
(lay. October 27. There will be sov.
oral inlterestinlg addresses. A\ plieni<
d i will Ie ierve( on th grotind.
The pblihi i. c ordially in vitd.
liiia liaIis at
. . .I . it
i her Alalo .. ;t .... .... ....
In the A
they recognize tf
play. The recruit
be a soldier he m
trim, smart, well s
In Business Life
the same thing holds ti
success-you must loo
If you Would "arrive"
on your way.
is one of the best advertisemee
himsiielf known as a "comner".
Why not look at these Clothes
'We have somie dandy good Su
a t $10, $12.50, $15, $18.50, $18
t * LONG IBRANUJH NEWS. *
[1 Long Branch, Oct. 22.--The farmers
of this section are busy gathering
a their crops. They are all glad to hear
- of the high price of cotton.
Miss Mary 'Etta Lynch visited Miss
- es Mittle and Mildred [Tolland last
We are all glad to see Miss Mildred
[, Holland up again after several days'
A Miss Sudie Keller is back again at
e) Long Branch school this year. We
I ail welcome her.
Mr. Martin andl Miss Maude Poole
were In outr midst recently.
Miss M ittle '1olland visited Miss
Sudie Keller last Friday.
*er. W. L. Mullikin filled his reg
* ular appointment at Leesville S.. jay
Miss :Mittle Holland was tie attrac
%five guest of Miss Eva Bolt last Sun
Misses Maggie and Mary Etta Lynch,
IT IS HAR]
To Make Mone
Bank Your Dimes and They]
When You Have
Stage You Have
Start, but K E
DEPOSIT YOUR 1%
Bank of G
.. . .... .... $3.50. $4.00, $5.00
.... .... .. .. . ... . . .. . $3.00
$1.00, $1.50. $2.00. $2.50
.... .... ....50c, $1.00, $1.50
ts prta thoats tolmae
tslef lvernro tat teao
Miss Sudie Keller, Messrs Godfrey
Duvall and Yancy Owens were the
guests of Miss Mildred -oliland Sun
Aliss S'udle Keller visited her par
ents in Abbeville the latter part of
LADIES' BAZAAlR IN CLINTON.
The Ladies' Aid Society of the First
Presbyterian church in Clinton will
hold its annual Bazaar Thurdsay and
Friday, November 1st and 2nd, at
Copeland's Hall in Clinton. There will
be the usual display o ffancy work,
candy, flowers, (olls and toys and a
good turkey dinner will be served each
day at popuilar prices. Oyster supper
will be served on Thursday night on
I yand the bazaar will close Friday
These ladies have made a splendid
reputation for tlemselves by giving
good value for all moneys spent with
item. rhey cordially Invite all their
friiids and acquaintances from all
over lakurens county to attend their
y Without Money
Vill Help You Eari Dollars
Made a Good
IONEY WITH US
Paid on Sav.
Ce n .Deposits
ON DOLLAR BANK"
1OD, S. C.
Men's and Boys' Caps
25c, 50c. $1.00. $1.25, $1.50
$1.50. $1.75, $2, $2.50, $3,
$3.50, $4, $5, $6, $7.50, $8,
$8.50. $10 and ... .. .$12.50
$1.75, $2. $2.25, $2.50, $3. $4
\\'orki G oe 50c, 60c, 75c, $1,
$1.25. $1.50, $2, $2.25, $2.50
... 's.....$1.00 ani $1.50
In.v 's. .. ..75c and $1.00
.\I(n 's atnd I toys' $3, $3.50, (
$4, $5. $6, $6.50, $7.50, $10,
$12.50, $15, $16.50, $17.50,
ain . . . ... .. . .$18.00
25c, 35c, 50c, 65c, 75c, $1.00
Men's Bath Robes
$5, $8, $7.50, $8.50, $10.00
$hirtis and Draiwvs 65c, 75o,
$1.00, $1.25 anid . . . . $1,50
Boy'n Union Suits . . 75o, 85o
Men's Unin Suiits $1.50, $2,
$2.50 and1( ..... .$3.00