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AMONG THE EXCHANGES
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Roosevelt in Africa.
The crystal gazers have warned Col.
Roosevelt of the dreadful things that
ate to happen to hint on his African
hunting trip. And now comes Prof.
Starr, of the University of Chicago.
With the information that the e.\-pres
Went is apt to die Of jungle fever,
much more to the dreaded than wild
beasts, for he is temnoranientally un
lit to withstand the dangers of the (?li
ma e. It is sad to think that we may
lit ?er see our Teddy any more after
his departure for the ''dark continent."
li will scent to like the ' Passing of
Arthur." of Frederick Barbarossa, and
all those other beautiful legends
founded on sun-myths.
"Theral once more h ? mov<d about
I'. ? i to tht highest hp could climb and
St; lifting Iii? eyes brheuth an nrbli of
bore the kit:;;.
Down thai long water opening on the
St :. where far oft', pa s mi and oil
Frpht less to less and vanish into
Al I the ne<\ sun rose bringing the
new year." Columbia Record,
\ml I,nil re IIS Too.
Jacksonville Time-l'nlou Is
strongly in favor of a hill to prohibit
tie- discussion of the liquor question.
Tl at would just suit Jacksonville to
a T, as things are at present. ?Augusta
h ? Atlanta drunks have broken the
re, ,: 1 again. CllUttllllOOga Is doing
business at the old stand.?Augusta
lira ml Jurors in I,aureus.
There seemed to he no ground for
complain) against the juries at the
pi ? a: term of the court in Laurcns.
M. < . Duller.
> thai gallant soldier, patriotic
so .-nan ant delightful gentleman,
M ' Duller, on the 7Ilrd anniversary
. : ? birth, long life, good health and
it h history has been written since
M. t . Hutler lirst saw the light, on
thm beautiful hillside a: the foot of
tie- Blue llidgc, and in the making of
history he was played a conspic
loilil and an honorable part. Among
tie first to volunteer in 18(11, be at
tained a rank which low of his years
< ould hope to reach, and that only by
worth and gallantry. After that
struggle he was foremost in upbuild
ll vvlllll had been laid waste, and his
servi:o again received their due ro
wat'd In a still later struggle. Io
wa', chosen, as the representative of
tin- Booth's soldiery, for high com
mand in the army of a reunited
The bailies of youth are over now.
jind : tls soldier, statesman and gentle
??? in only petice and comfort. May
he Und both in their richest fill Iii ess.
? < oltimbia Uocbrd.
\ Little Boy's llnhj Prayer.
\ >, t hxi. i need S on awful had *
! don't know what to do:
My papa's droits, my mama's sle.lt;
i imlit't no fen' hui Von
Tl: at keerb ss angels wont ail' br ing.
'. I id of t he boy I as! .
A ,vi!Cllchy. looilChy baby girl.
! don't set how they dast '
Sr.;. (bid. I Wlsh'l You'd luKo her
Sin 's jest as good fts new :
IpIyn'ou'I no one know she's secon'-hand,
! ,; 'coptill' me an You.
ah' pick a hoy. dear fhid Yourself,
The nicest in Vei' fold;
But please doli'I chOOso him tjiille so
l . Tili- Keform .'
liOd e in reoen1 years. Js lie blody
in ? icottrago the prosit! nl t<i attack
Secretary of War Dickinson, a'tor
noy for the Illinois Central railroad
tin ex-democrat, drawn nwo> from his
parly by bis corporate connections.
Secretary of lllO Treasury Mac
' Voagh, ex-democrat, who left the
party when the party separated f mi
Secretary of Commerce and Labor
Nagel, attorney for Standard Oil
Attorney Ooneral Wlokersham, not
known for any activity in connection
with the regulation id' railroads or
the prosecution of monopolies of a
When has n chief executive selected
l a more conservative cabinet? There
are no reformers In it; the progress- '
Ive element of the republican party
is as completely ignored as was the
progressive element by Mr. Cleveland
during Iiis second administration.
Will the result be the same??The
Watts Mill Baptist Church.
One ami one half mile from the
city. Rev. .1. A. Brock pastor.
Preaching every 1st and 3rd Sun
days, at 11:30 O'clock A. M. and at
7:45 o'clock P. M.
Sunday School every Sunday morn
ing at m o'clock. Woman's Mission
ary Society meets every 1st and 3rd
Sunday.; at :'. o'cloc k.
Prayer meeting every Wednesday
evening at 7:45 o'clock. P. M.
Teachers ir.eetltng every Saturday
night at S o'clock. Coino and bring
your frit nds w ith you.
Warrice.- Creek Baptist church. 12
miles from the city. Rev. .1 ..\.
Preaching every 2nd and '.;'.! sun
days at HS'.o o'clock A. M.. Also
it.;>. StUuTdhy at 1:30 o'clock ;?. M.
Sunday School every Sunday morn
ing at 10:oO o'clocki
Woman's Mission Sei i, ty circuit
no. I meets every Thursday lifter 3rd
Sunday. Circuit no. 2 meet.-, every
Monday after Ith Sunday.
Collie to tie- obi church thai has
stood for 'aa years. All detnotiilin
llotlS are welcome. Sin- is still alive.
notice of KLKCTION.
State of South Carolina,
Whereas, petitions signed by more
than one-third of the cpialilb-d elect
ors residing in school districts num
bers four and live. Sullivnuti Town
ship, I.aureus County. South Carolina
asking for an election on the epicstion
of consolidating said districts lias been
Died with the County Hoard cd' Educa
tion, an election upon said question
is hereby ordered, said election to be
held on the 20th day of March. A .1).
1909 at Kabnn Cr.-el; School House
in school district number four, and
Hcndersonvillo school house in school
district number live, under the man
agement of the trustees of said school
All (|Ualllled electors residing in
said school districts are entitled to
vote at said election so held in bis
district. Those favoring the consoli
dation of the said school districts
shall vote a ballot containing the word
"Yes" written or printed thereon:
those against such consolidation shall
vole a ballot containing the word
"No" written or printed thereon.
the afternoon when they shall be
closed and hte ballots counted.
Polls shall open at the hour of one
o'clock in the afternoon and remain
open until tin* hour of four o'clock in
the fternooil when they shall he c losed
and the ballots counted.
Let the trustees report the results '
of the said elections with all conven- |
George B. Pitts,
Superintendent of Education.
notice ok stockholders' meet,
im; ok watts mills.
Notice is hereby given thai, pursu
ant to a c all of the Directors, made on
March fifth i.Mhi. Nineteen Hundred
and Nine (1909), a meeting of the
Stockholders of (he Watts Mills. S. (.'..
will bo held at the olllco of'(he Com
pany, tit Watts Mills. Beurens, s. C.
on the Seventh' 171 Iit titty of AprU.
Nineteen Hundred and Nine tlOOO),
at four ' li o'clock, I'. M.. tor the fol
FIRST: I'or tic purpose of deter
t.lining w'm lilt >? or ma they Will re
scind their action of the Twelfth
(12(h) day of January, Nineteen Hun
dred and Nine (I909L by which lite
Capital Sioei; was Increased to the
extent of One Hue lied Thousand
isp o.ci u.i Dollars.
SECOND: Cor the purpose of de
termining whetln r or not the WATTS
MILLS si ail Issue Two Hundred
Thousa.ii.'. I$200.000.1 Dollar-; of Pre
ferred stoc k. In th>- usual form, sub
jec( to the preferences, liabilities and
condition.- set forth in the IP-solution
of the Board Of Directors adopted on
the Fifth (otii) day of March, Nine
li en Hundred and Nile- i |909?. a
copy of which i.as boon mailed to each
of the stockholders.
.1. VOC.EB SMYTH, .lit..
President ahd Treasurer.
Watts Mills', Lattrens, South Caro
v)ih i: ?:f bkmmh: 1.1:m\<;.
I C.. \
!? t! i Ii .-a in
i liltbr (In m<t(ofial or tin er cUoii sep
arately .-.ill considered, Bids to
be accoiuphuled by coi'tlfled check for
. : guarantee that bidder will.
if successful, execute written contract
and bond in sum of otic-half the con
tra d mice Witlllu ten days. Work to
be coniplPted within 3 months,
Plans and Specifications will be on
tile id the Supervisor's Office of each
county ten days prior to letting, Bids
will be ooened at the nboved named
dale, at Office of County Supervisor,
Greenwood, 8. C, and contrac t will be
awarded to the lowest responsible bid
der. The right is reserved to reject
ony or all bids.
II. D. HUMBERT,
County Supervisor D. C.
March i. 1909. 32-31
Introduce your enemies to your
Wife's relations and then forgive them.
Pencils, Inks, Pencil
Tablets, Ink Tablets
Writing Pens, Rulers,
Erasers, Sponge, etc.
It' you want a school
book conic here for it.
A nice line of Box Pa
per acut Envelopes.
Choice line of Cold \
Cream, Perfumery and
The Old Reliable.
For Infants and Children.
Kind You Have Always Bought
We arc glad to be able to say
that we were perfectly delighted
with the amount of business that
you gave us during the month
just past and we arc equally
pleased to have so many of you
say that you were satisfied with
your purchases from us. Hut
Listen! \Vc have made heavy
purchases for L^obruary delivery,
and have got everything bought
at Rock Hollom prices before the
recent advances, and we v.ant to
strongly urge that you call oil us
t'<?r .my commodity wnat-so-evei
you may heed. We positively
know that we can s tve \ on motu \
on anything in our line. As foi
quality* von know vourself thai
we handle nothing but the very
best. Quality is long remem
bered after price is forgotten.
J. S. Machen & Co.
I have for Sale 8 <>r im Regis
tefd Jersey Cows, soon to be
fresh in milk, they are of the
St, Lambert and Golden Lad
Blood, nny one in need of a good
Cow will do well to see tin in a
1 mean to sell.
Ali I ton B. IVlcCuen
Princeton. S. C.
>|fl acres laud m ar Owings Station
bounded by land of .lohn Jones nud
Tom Elrainletl with dwelling and out
buildings price $35.00 per acre.
100 acres land near Lanford Stat
ion bounded by lands of Duff Poltl r
son. .lames PntOIT.on and others with
dwelling and '?'< Tenant houses Price
$35.00 per acre.
l'ii acres land near the Incorporated
limits of the Town of Fountain Inn
bounded by lands of Robt. Taylor. T.
K. Nelson, Jim Adams and others;
dwellings and mil buildings. Rrieu
$75.0(1 per acre.
05 acres of land, with dwelling, good
barn and OUt*buildhlgs. near OwlllgS.
Price $3,500; lOi'lliS made easy.
100 ceres of land, with live room
dwelling, 3-roohi tenant house, good
bill buildings, near lllckor.V Tavern.
Sullivan lownslllp. Price $15.00 per
\\\<i acre-; <d' land ill town of l.nn
foi'di with live-room dwelling. Price
acres of land in town of I.nnford,
With tenant boas, at $50.00 per acre.
52 acres of land In town of (iray
Court, dwelling and outbuildings.
Price $50 per aero.
S'.i acres of land in one mile of the
town of (!ray Court, with IWo dwell
ings. PrlCO $'10 per acre.
'.' IS acres of land hear Rabuii Creelt
church. 8-room dwelling, three tenant
bouses. Price $32.50 per aero.
".Ml acres of land in Hunter lown
slllp, hounded b\ land.- of Rufus Dilti.
la >. Re'acccn Chris!Inli and (loo, Crnw
li", acres of land Dial's township,
known as the old Wham's homestead,
with dwelling and out-buddings. Price
$27.60 pi t" acre.
'Jon acres of land one mile of Dial's
church; 5 tenant houses $30 per acre.
Terms made easy.
205 tones in Fnirview township Green
ville county, near Cedar Kulis, bounded
by John Terry, Clyde Willis, .lohn Cod
en and others, three dwellings close to
church and line school. Price $18.00
7 lots suitable for building purposes,
in the town of Simpsonvillc; prices;
(27 acres land in Sullivan township,
0 room dwelling, good out buildings, I
tenant house. I'rice $30 per aero.
80 acres land hounded by lands of
Thomas Armstrong and .lohn Draydbh.
Dwelling and outbuildings. Prict ??":?">
Padgett farm. .1. O. C. Fleming;, W. .),
ing. I'ri?o $2,250.00
fiO .acres lit 'iray Court, l-room house
and out building, bom,.led l>v lands of
K. I. Shell j,tid M. li. Ilurdiiio. Tri. 0
?00 per acre.
Seven room hi use and two acre lot m
town of (Iray Court, modem build.
fitiO acres of land within six miles of
I .nitrons, live miles of Clinton, with
dwelling .and four Iermhl houses, 250
acres in cultivation, balance jo wood
laud. Terms made oasj at $20 per acre.
200 .acre.-; hind, hounded by lands < 1
Mis. Jise league, illihi A'at's. Dr.
Puller, dwelling; and tbhneht house .. 1
he,- farm in cultivation. Price
00 fiCd'OS III Dial tow n d'i'i. brnitided ship,
by lamb of IMiill 11 oil si Ills. I.udy Roll With
and R. C. Wallace. price S|,3l <). $h ?l
?I acres bind and nine room dwelling,
-ervanl's bouse, in town of (iray Court.
810 acres in Lauren., township, bound
ed by lands of W. A. Mills. W. A.
Simpson I.udy Mills and others, nice
dwellings, wed supplied With tenant
houses. This farm will be divided into
BO acre lots if SO desired, ranging in
price from $25 to $50 per acre or will
sell the whole for $32,000.00
31 acres land bounded by lands of W.
R. ('hook. JnO. Smith. D. Woods and
others; has good dwelling and OUt build
ings. Price $1,300.
Brown, .1 no. Madden and others; tJt.cn
ant house . 7 horse farm in cultivation.
Will be fill into lots of 100 acres each.
Price $20 per act".
12? acre lain) 2.'.j miles from Par!..- -
dale station with dwelling and out
buildings; 2-horao farm ill cultivation;
fine pasture and well timbered. Price
142 acre-; of land, hounded by estate
of J, It. Swlly.or ami Simpson estate,
with dwelling, 2 tenement houses and
good outbuildings. Price $20 per acre.
J. N. Leak
Real Estate, Stocks and Bonds. Gray Court, S. C.
We have a full line of the very
best Seeds-=Seeds that we can re
commend to our customers. We
have them in papers and in bulk.
| Let us fill your seed orders.
' nalmetto Drue Co,
/i\ We are located in Greenwoo I to manufacture
q and sell Marble and Granite Monuments, and all q
Jk? kinds of cemetery work. It will be to your inter
q est to sco us before placing your order. ^
Q Owen BrotKers 2
^ MARBLE COMPANY Jjj-,
Greenwood, S. C Jj^
Now it9s Ham and Eg?f|s
Not any kind of eggs?but frcsl eggs?fresh from
the nest. That's our kind. And yon want ham
that's tender, juicy, sweet- Armour's *'Star'* Ham.
Wc sell them?and, too, thc> arcU.S.Govt. Inspected.
J.S.HI^MITT. lacumns. S.C,
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I Just received a large lot of Hams,
V ?' while this lot last only 1 lets, per lb.
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Cardui is a purely vegetable extract, a simple,
iii ?!!-ia'.oxi i irifjj roil edy, rcc< m mended to girls and a
women, of all ages, for womanly pains, irreguhirii, ,m
frilling feelings, nervousness, weakness* and anyf.y:
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and havo found it. the best meclicino 1 ever Used,
for female troubles." Try Cardui,
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