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Lappenings of a Local and Persona
Clifton Bolt is clerking for Folger
Thornley & Co.
Frank Farmer has acopti a posi.
n with Folger, Thornley & Co.
Read every page of this issue; you
will find something to interest you.
Help us to make a good, newsy pa.
per by sonding cr handing us items
LTst week was a disagreeable one
fd not many people were In towv,
news Is a scarce article.
,-We give a good deal of space this
week to our correspondence, and you
will find plenty to interest you.
H. M. Heater has been quite sick
anl Frank Farmer has been carrying
the mail in his stead for several days.
The political pot is beginning to
Aubble and simmer, and possibilities
and prospective candidates are being
Married, on the 12th inst., by Rev.
B, Holder. Miss Ella Bagwell and
Orran- Day, at the residence of 0. L
Bigwell, father of the bride.
t J, C. Alexander has been seriously
ill with' gastric fever for the last three
weeks at the home of Rev. B. F.
Murphree, but is improving. It is
hoped that he will soon lie able to
Conmissioner N. B, Moore has
reted out his farm and muved ti
Veptral to get the bene6t of her ed.
uctional advantages. He reqluests
all persons who way have occasion to
write him to address their letters to
Central for prompt delivery anti care
How do you like the print -this
Qweek? A lot of worlihas been done
on our etirgine and press, we'have got
anew.set of rollers and there is qiuito
an improvement of last week's print.
We haye a lot'of new type ordered
and hope to Roon give you a clean,
le sheet. Hel us to
xt and last report there
,,A ne ten days of hard, earnest
work, #iG every contestant will get
sout6thing. Lots, of the low. ones
wilI ihelped more than those who
stand higher up the column. We
want to urge each route to stand by
its carrier and by its township con.
testants as much as It can, all thing.
Next week we will publish the
* ~ ' "'- tants for the
'ort 'abd yos
capiutImog coupons, bearing the post
'V mark of the place where It was milled
andecarryitug the date of February-1st
wilt be allowed to go in the box and
will be 'counted the same as If they
were deposited in person on that date
There is a heap of Interest being
manifested in our odntest; the dou,
pons are being saved tv nearly every
body, and one man carried away re
cently ten coupons (,000 votes) tk
a later. Every one is wondering,
~L .:inig, gud few stoj
i .ze 'what a few dol,
L at the list and add
a .y i .. ar to each onle-see
how few dollars would put the fourth
one in the second place, or the third
one up with the first or to make the
second head the list. It is easy fig
uring and only a few coupons would
do the trick-either with the carrier,
or for the scholarship or for some one
in your township, A good talke,
otld get to work and in three days
time could take the lowest person iI
any one of the above divisions and
put then) right up in the running
they climb mighty fast after they
pass the thousand mark. Get busy
for somebody and see what you can
do for them by the next and lasi
published report. After that they
will take care of themselves.
Solid car ol
lot ever" broug
Buy now wl
Also just r
stove made at
1907 was th
friends and cu
to make i908
ing goods at
right sell then
buy nearly eve
10 on ev<
We dont ad
We wish yo
Solo agents for Mitchell Wagons, Chase
Walkover and Zeigler Shoes-ill winners
The premium list of the poultry Te Bethiehi
*lhow held recently at Pickens will be the 17th inst.,
published next week, giving all the schoolhouse.
winners. ' be present, as
Mrs. W. T. Murphree died at her is to be attend
homne In Eastatoe on the 11th inst.,
and was buried the day following at| je pubsh
Antioch Baptist church, of which ihe pense account <
was a'member. -past year. Iti
B. P. Mario loaded up his stoiek of .ing ani shows
goode Tuesday and hiked back to piretty confsidd
Easley, where he expects to go into where, This
business. We are sorry to loss him visor Looper'si
so soon from our midst, but hope aided and abeti
that somue one, as good a man as he, ommn~issioners.
wilt occupy the stand just vacated after, all debts
by him. office will starl
Eugenla, the 8 year-old daughter00totsre
of Mr. and Mr's. T. L. Bivoe, died the expenses ol
on Tuesday n'oinlng," 14th inst,, of The citizens
pneumonia, after an illness of cinly ty were shocke
a few days. As friends and relptives ing when the
looked upon the sweet, placid' little "Eugene Alex
body in its little white -casket and had been in fai
surrounded by beautiful and frsgrant and a half, but
towers-yet not more beautiful or tained that he
pure than the little face within -their cover, but the
hearts swelleda with sympathiy for the had marked
bereaved family. But let..us not "'Gene." as he
think of little Eugenla as dead, but and called, hai
as living; as a flower that has wither- that disposition
ad, but as one that has, been trans- of all with who
planted, and touched by a Divine we wot not tha
hand, is blooming in richer color and Gay, lively, full
sweeter fragranee than those of earth. disposition, he
The little form was laid to rest in the crowd or gath
IPickens cemetery on Wednesday. The social life c
Appropriate services were oonducted .Incomplete with
by Rev. N. G. Ballingrer. adh a h
Chairs-i,ooo heAvy straight chairs. Largest
ht to Pickens. Price 65c and they are easily
By buying a car load we save at least i5 % C.
iat chairs you need for they wont last long.
,ceived a solid car of Gordon Stoves-the best
the price. All sixes. Pricrs from $7-50 to $25
e best year we have ever had and we thank our
stomer for their liberal patronage. We propose
a better year if honest, square dealing and buy.
the right rices will make it so. Goods bought
selves. Te small buyer is a thing of the past.
: has to buy fight before he can sell right, We
:rything in car load lots and can save you nearly
!ry purchase you make.
vertise to sell goods at cost but for good honest
at the right price come to see us and you will
u,.one and all, a happy and prosperous New
Shoes, Hats and Gents Furnishing Goods a specialty.
City Buggies.- Iron King Stoves, New Home Sewing Machines, Hawes'
m Union will meet on bore bis part nobly. Po r
at' 2 p. m., in the has ever been able to portray the grave Ta
UL menmbers ,urged to* in colors of brightness and beauty.
>uainewss of importance- Bryant in the "Hymn of Death" yt
ad t.- could not make the subject beautiful; by1
J. T. LooPsR, Pres. and yet the Cem~tery with its marblaeraf
in epitome of* the ex- and its dead, the chair that has noSai
>f the county for the occupant, the familiar echo of the'
s'a pretty good show. silent voice, atbd the vacant place in 'o
that there has been a home, social and lodge life, are mel
>rable saving some. lowing and upiftting in their influ- Saa
ipeaks welt for Super- ences. They bring the best of hu-Sla
management of afirs, man nature into the fullness of viger, Sala
ed by his trustworthy crowding back the selfishness and
We understand that imperiousness of men, and impress
have been paid this ing them with the duty of recogni
off with nery 1, tion of the value of friendship. It is ro
it with which to meet the gloom of the churchyard that re- Cre
1908.. yeals to us more clearly the duty of Core
of or twn nd ounlife. His death has brought the bit. m
of oaturswnad morn- ter cup of sorrow to the lips of friends Mu
ast newsay spoen, and relatives. His . was a heart of
ander is dead," H' od ewsoeo aud ai
ling health for a yesa
hope had been entei
would ultimately rt
grim monster, Deati
1*im for his ow.
we~s familiarly knot
I many friends and:
which made frien
m he came in contac
t he had an enem
of fun and achbee
was the life of ar y
Bring that he was in
f our community w 'e
out he was present
recognized leader at''
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$8.00 Hat~-J3oyden, 7
~ciaI Statement of the Surjeti~zwr~..
e following is a stateu~eui~ os'!
mt ofeolajins filed and apprve~U~'\
ie Board of County Comwi~siom*..
)r the year ending I~eo. 31, 19O(~. -
y Sept. Educatio,~, $ 7OO~OO~
~oard of Eduoatioi~,
bard of Equa!izatj0~, 236.O@~
rvisor'a salary, OO0.O~?
y 2 Co. Cow's, 5OO~)~
Join. Clerk and Att'y,. 2~o~ ~
y Clerk of Court, 4OOfO~P~ %
Auditor, 22SOP~ ~
Coroner. IG@~O~ #
ate Judge, ox. ?anatics, 1O8~8&~'
of prisoners, eto.. 272
eying lunatics, etc.,
L expenses, 1,445.70.
utrates and Cqpatableg, 1,888.5r '.
sand brid~es.Aw (la..