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Abbeville Press and Banner (Newspaper) - September 1, 1909, Abbeville, South Carolina I the Abbeville press and Banner by w. W. & w. R. Bradley. Abbeville 8. C., wednesday. September 1, 1909. Established 1844 of Imajo in ii i o a Conru i a question of Law. Editor press and Bailer f just after the Public meeting at Zar-1line, a Short note appeared in the Asj Socrate reformed presbyterian that did me injustice and misrepresented tie facts characterizing the meeting. Rev. O. Ron tier one of the editors of the presbyterian challenged a statement Trot i Naa Matie Mere publicly despite the fast that i produced positive proof that my statement was Correct. I sought to reply to the article in the presbyterian through its own columns in As respectful language As i could command and i was coolly denied this privilege. I can not conceive even of a secular paper so grossly violating All the rules of journalism As to refuse to print a reply to its own editorial comment and for a religious or Church paper to close its columns rather than admit the truth is simply beyond or. Bonner was Correct in the position he assumed at Carline. The record would sustain him. If he was incorrect in his position Candor and fairness make it imperative that he acknowledge Bis error even if it is too late to repair the effect of his � speech. It seems mat me Treso Pierian Peus its columns Only to those of its Way of thinking. This is one Way to be always right. It is the Way of the despot but it is a Little unusual in a Republic of free institutions. I Atn driven to the necessity of asking that you print my reply to the editorial of the presbyterian which i feel sure you will do with the facts thus May not always be right but you Are always . R. Blake. I notice the following statement of or. Robt. Galloway in the last Issue of the a. R. Presbyterian of which he is the local editor in reference to the speaking at Earliue on the 17th inst. Following these two addresses or. John Blake of Abbeville was Morto a in lir sri ppm h of r tilt Uuttu Uli us Lviv m a dispensary. The Points were . Blake was cheered by his . O. Bonner followed him and when he got through there was not As much As a thread left of or. Blake s arguments. With discussions like this throughout the county the Fate of the dispensary would not be hard to it is not a matter of vital importance to me As to or. Galloway s opinion of my speech. It is a fact however that of the Only three county club9 which voted to retain the dispensary Iti the i last election two Keowee and Bryant s Cross roads in whose midst the speaking was held voted overwhelming y of k1tt Hohm uni n to jul it Auu poo Ilij Usu Hajj been lit be weaker they would have gone horse foot and Dragoon for it. But As it was however Keowee gave 43 votes for the dispensary and 24 votes against it. Bryant s Cross roads gave 24 votes for the dispensary and 18 vote against it. I submit that this vote shows thai the audience sustain me rather than or. Bonner. Or. Galloway is no doubt Correct in saying with like this throughout the county the Fate of the i Pessary would not be hard to in representing any sort of a newspaper it is universally conceded that an editor should be governed More by facts than by the expression of personal feelings or Patrizi prejudice. The press and Banner has the following notice of the same meeting or. John r. Blake was the Only Nham Nion of the dispensary present and when introduced proceeded to Lay on Macduff in a g of Cha hesperian style. He threw a bomb into the audience when he read that part of the new Law that forbids any person to keep in his Possession Auy kind of whiskey in the state. Or. Blake spoke for nearly an hour and was followed by Rev. O. Bonner. At . Bonner s talk he denied that part of the Law read by or. Blake As to the keeping of whiskey in Possession saying that it was not so Only a ruse intimating that a Man could keep it in his House if he so desired and so now or. Editor there is clearly a question of veracity Between or. Bonner and myself As to the restriction s f to Kiki Tian 1 q if u1 Jiuu Juu Sivu am to i stated that the Law was too it prohibited any person from keeping in his Possession wide or spirituous liquors. That wine could Only be bought for sacramental purpose by a minister or the officer of the Church. Or. Bonner in reply said friends he is fooling you. That is not the Law. It does not prohibit keeping wine in your Possession or words to that effect. Here is the Law let the Public decide who tried to fool the people. Sec. 1. That it shall be unlawful for any person firm corporation or this state to manufacture sell barter Exchange receive accept give away to induce Trade deliver store keep in Possession in the state. Any spirituous malt vinous fermented brewed or other liquors and beverages. Dec. 7. That it shall be unlawful to sell wine for sacramental purposes sex. Cent to a minister pastor priest or regular constituted officers of a regu a Early organized religious congregation or Church. I this is the liw. Now who s fooling the folks. Ask the voters of Keowee and Bryant s Cross roads. Questions for teachers. Orange City a Herald. The editor of the Tania new recently read Jomeque Otsons used in a teachers was so div gutted that he suggests Itiat the following be added do you feel Flur Best when you do or when you Don to when you Are absentminded what alls the void ii a Hen scratches a rat gnaws and a Bumble Bee bums what s the Odds. If any Bow prove it Kan ape will play a phonograph a sea lion drink Beer and fleas play leap Frog is education instinct intelligence or invention and is patentable How much psychology must your Pupil use in raising turnips and does it require a jurors to raise Cane the turnip showing the application of the theory. Hive you paid your Oertl Fiche fee and if not now do you expect to pass i am not bound to win but i am bound to be True i am not bound to j succeed but i am bound to live up to what Light i a Eabraham Lincoln West end. � personal paragraphs and news items contributed by miss Lily Templeton. Aug. 31, j909. Or. Joel 8. Morse came Home last wednesday from Montreal n. C., lure he had been enjoying a two weeks vacation. Or. H. G. Smith is at Home again after an extended stay Springs. Mrs of r. To ton and children left thursday for their Home in Gainsville fih., after spending sometime Here with Jud and mrs. R. E. Hill. Mrs. Harris and her children of Athens g�., were the guests of mrs. S. A. Harris mrs. Harris was called Home on account of a Accident in which or. S. A. Barris received some Slit it injuries. Miss Holly Henry of Greenwood has Peu the attractive guest of miss Lucy Henry for several Days. Miss Blanche Gary is in Saluda spending sometime with friends. Miss Maude Mcclung is at Home again after a delightful month s vacation spent in new York and other Points of interest in the North. Or. Clement Latimer has been Here from Lowndesville spending awhile with his aunt mrs. J. H. Latimer. Mrs. V. Lee and miss Sara Lee Are at Home again after a pleasant stay at Navy Neville n. Miss Mamie Lou Smith and master w. Joel Smith were in Spartanburg visiting mrs. Sallie w. Smith for a few Days last week. Mrs. Irene m. Cater of Anderson was in the City last wednesday for a Short stay. She was the guest of the misses Cater while Here. Master Pat Johnson has gone to his Home in Chester after spending sometime Here with his aunt mrs. L. B. Love. Mra w p up Cuson is Home again after a pleas aug Outing in new York Canada and thousand islands. Or. Laurens Parker has returned from Tho Northern Market where he has been to buy goods for the firm of Parker & Reese. Or. A. S. Simmons came Home sat urday from the Northern markets. Or. Simmons is displaying an attract live line of novelties. 1 mrs. J. S. Stark came Home monday i from a pleasant stay in Waynesville n. I or. W. G. Templeton spent Satur Day and sunday Here with his Home people. Mrs. E. B. Calhoun and miss Willie Calhoun spent several Days in Atlanta i last week. They returned to abbe i Ville saturday and will spend the remainder of the summer Here. Or. And mrs. F. E. Harrison and master Frank Harrison Are at Home again after a pleasant stay at their summer Home at Andersonville. Miss Fannie Morrow is Here from i Spartanburg spending her vacation i with her Sisters mrs. W. E. Owens and mrs. S. Seal. Or. Augustus Miller and his Little son William of Ara Ericus ga., spent Friday in the City. Or. Miller is the oldest son of the late col. G. M. Miller and his friends Here Are glad Towel come him Back to Abbeville after a Long absence. I congressman and mrs. Wyatt Aiken and their children Are Here to spend the remainder of the summer. They have been in the mountains since leaving Washington. Or. Augustan Prentiss of washing ton d. C., is spending a while Here with his Uncle Rev. S. E. Prentiss. Mrs. Horace Mcallister went to Laurens saturday and will Spenil sometime there with her Mother mrs. . Miller. Miss Mamye Cromer of Newberry Aud miss Eunice Jones of Anderson were Here last week to attend the educational convention held at Sharon last Friday. Miss Cromer was one of the speakers of the Day. She told in a easy Graceful manner the work the Rural schools had done and what they w Ere striving to do. Miss Cromer and Jones were the guests of or. Foster Hammond at the Eureka during their stay in the City. Or. W. Barksdale and her children Are at Home again after a Mont s stay at Southport. Miss Anna Clarke of Monroe n. C., in the pretty guest of miss Marjorie Fern. Mrs. James Lawson of smokes s.c., is spending a while Here with her Mother mrs. L. H. Russell. Mrs. Lucy c. Thomson is spending the week at Monterey the guest of mrs. John Clinkscales. Miss Erline Allee of Edgefield is Home on a visit to miss Helen Edwards. J miss Cathrene Morrah of it. Car Mel is the guest of miss Mamie Morse for a few Days. I or. And mrs. A. G. Edwards Aud their handsome Little won Are Here from Edgefield visiting mrs. J. G. Edwards. Miss Mary and miss Fannie Stark Are at Home again after a delightful month s stay in Hendersonville n. They were guests at hotel Gates while there. Mrs. Donald Richardson Aud her Little son of greers i9 in the City spending some time with her Mother mrs. Ella Mcllwain. Prof. Thomas Harrison of the a. & m. College Raleigh n. C., was in the pit saturday and mud a the guest of his Brot Benior. F. E. Harrison. Mrs. William Mcllwain and her children have gone to their Home in Ocala fla., after spending sometime Here with relatives. I or. And mrs. Harry Smoak of Orangeburg were the guests of or. And mrs. Neuffer last week. Miss Lucy Henry entertained informally Friday evening in Honor of miss Dolly Henr who has been her attractive guest. Prof. A. G. Remberton Spartanburg was Here last thursday in route to Sharon to attend the educational . Rembert was the guest of or. Brown while in the City. Miss Grace Hemphill editor of the medium miss Carrie and miss Hanna Cochran spent last thursday at Lethe. They enjoyed their Outing very much. Or. Sam Hill of Charleston is Here spending his vacation with Bis parents or. And mrs. Jack Hill. Or. Andrew Edwards has returned to Nis Home in Georgetown after a Broughton May accept London Call probably will be tendered the pastorate of Westminster. That or. Len g. Broughton the Well known pastor of the Baptist Tabernacle Church Aud head of the May be tendered a Call to the pastorate of Westminster Chapel congregational Church London England i the interesting news told at a banquet of the deacons of the Tabernacle Church thursday night by Rev. J. L. Campbell of Cambridge mass., who is filling the Tabernacle pulpit during or. Broughton s absence. Or. Broughton is at present in new York City where be is temporarily filling the pulpit of the fifth ave. Presbyterian Church which he has Don during the summer for the last few year. Will tend him Call. The Story told by or. Campbell which he stated came from new York City is that or. G. Campbell Morgan pastor of the London Church will Likely be called to the fifth ave. Presbyterian Church new York and that in that event the English Church wanted or. Broughton Ana would Likely ten tier him a Call. Westminster Chapel is one of the largest and most popular churches in the British capital. Tho called a congregational Church it is stated that its doctrines Are in Harmony with Baptist beliefs. 1 the fifth ave. Presbyterian Church is likewise one of the wealthiest and most powerful churches in the world. Or. Or. Campbell Morgan 1h Well known among baptists of the United states. He has attended several of the Baptist Bible conferences in at Lanta and is on the program to deliver a address at the dedication of the new Tabernacle building. May not accept. That or. Broughton will accept the sail of the English Church should it be tendered him is not believed by the deacons of his Church. They think that his heart is in the work Here and that the present time is just wit Nessing the beginning of work on Areat new building for the Tabernacle Church. Or. Broughton has been a pastor in Atlanta for eleven years coming Here form Raleigh n. His first pastorate Here was that of the Jones ave. Bap Iet . Broughton s work in the City Bas resulted in the present Tabernacle the Tabernacle infirmary girls Dor Mitory and twelve Mission stations throughout the City. An employment Dureau Aua May Hiuer Luiei a Junco ire operated in connection with these institutions. I officers raid Glenn Springs club. Spartanburg a. 23."skeet" Poat manager of the Glenn Springs slab House. Was arrested today on the charge of maintaining a nuisance and Bis place of business raided the officers capturing Many bottles of Beer and a Small Quantity of whiskey together with packs of cards poker chips and other gambling effects. The officers making the raid were constables John Miller and Moos Hays and or. Isom Miller. These officers went Down to Glenn Springs armed with five warrants to search the club House and to arrest those connected with it. The officers did not find any gambling going on at the time of the raid. Manager Poat was arrested but he save Bond before magistrate Lancaster and was not brought to town. A negro named Nelson one of the attaches of re Naoe. Also surn eded in Civ incr Bond. Henry Davis coloured was the Only party locked up. The warrants for the Glenn Springs club houses were issued by magistrate Kirby. They were sworn out at the instigation of a number of prominent citizens of the Glenn Springs Section several ladles being among those who made complaint. Mayor of Canton fines himself. The theory that a Man cannot try Bis own Case was upset when mayor Curtis of Canton n. A. Heard a Cape in which he a plaintiff and fined he defendant $50 and costs. The Case grew out of the arrest of George Conway for re mottling his shop without the proper building permit at he instance of mayor Curtis. The Case was appealed to the Superior court. M m it s getting rather late in the season but the firm which advertises in an Exchange that we can Supply every ease Talfor your vacation trip May Send us the necessary amount of Hearald. Woman Moonshiner. Savannah ga., aug. 26.savannah has a woman Moonshiner in jail. Sheds Margaret Van Blount a negress who was brought in on tuesday nigh from Liberty county. It is said Margaret was literally caught with the goods. She had All the paraphernalia Tor making the Ines rating cup right in her Cabin and the officers captured the still and liquor both. The woman is not very anxious apparently to Tell who is mixed up with her in the running of the still and seems Content to take her Medicine alone. I pleasant stay Here with his Home people. Rev. A. B. Woodson of Manning preached at Long Cane Church sunday m a Minn a "1u6 or. Arthur Morrow of Anderson spent sunday in the City. Rev. T. M. Hunter d. D., of Baton Range la., preached sunday morning and evening at the presbyterian Church. He was the guest of or. J. Allen Smith while in the cite. The friends of the White s and their visitors Are glad to know that they Are All better alter being seriously ill for several Days last week. Break records in Mullet fishing North carolinians catch half a million schools Miles Long. Be fort n. C., aug. 23a catch of of mullets aggregating half million founds said to be the largest Evernon along the Atlantic coast was mad Oft this port by deep sea fishermen Bis morning. The fishermen went to sea Early in search of menhaden but their boats ran into schools of mullets Miles Long and each Vest Al was loaded to the gunwale with them. The catch was brought to Market Here and the entire working Force available Here will be engaged All night in preparing the fish for shipment. Lethe Well managed Mccormick messenger it shall be Gratifying to the people of Abbeville county to read of condition sat the Lethe Home As portrayed by or. W. Shaw in an article which we copy from the press and Banner. Lethe is one of the oldest of the Industrial schools in the United states having been established a hundreds yers or More and great numbers of boys � i 1. J Ana gins wave Yeeu Tuuu i a Lucre. 1 from the article referred to it is apparent that the trustees Are Faithfull discharging their duties by making various improvements and by choosing suitable men As superintendents. Or. Hagan has served four yearn As superintendent and or. Shaw says he was the right Man in the right place. We Are sure that his successor or. Geo. Watkins will be equally faithful and efficient. 80 the tru tees Are to be commended for the Good judgment exercise Din selecting men for the responsible position of superintendent. We join the messenger in complimenting the Board of trustees in securing the service of or. Geo. Watkins Sis manager of the Lethe school. Or. Watkins is the possessor of a great big heart that eminently qualifies him � for just a position. Those who know or. George Watkins know few d men into whose hands they would Rath j or their children would fall than into Bis. A Man at the head of an orphan asyl Mought to be a Man. The c poor fatherless children gathered there c should be made to feel that they have c at least a heme if to Frey have it a rents. F the trustees of the school have f been fortunate in their selections of t managers. They have made no mis of ten in Sumnr incr the Harv Loes of or. T George Watkins. Y t e y miss Marie Cromer in Aiken j miss Marie Cromer of Abbeville t county who Baa been teaching in o Aiken for some time returned there " last week to read a paper before the 0 educational rally in that county. I the Aiken journal gives the follow q ing epitome of miss Comers address. A miss Cromer s address. miss Cromer is president of the 3 Aiken county school improvement s association. Miss Cromer said that the teachers in the schools Are the 1 watchmen Over the educational inter 1 eats of communities and urged that 1 More care be exercised in the selection 1 of teachers. Teachers Are needed who will train the mind and morals of the 1 children and who will be willing to Horn Mil a newer for flood in Aco Mun Ity. Such teachers Are of As Muc Benefit the a Community As business men or women. The teachers should be cheerful have a love for children and should strive to make men and women of character. She deplores the salary that is paid teachers Here stations that it is one of the reason by efficient teachers can not always be procured teachers who will always teach that character and character alone is what counts in the world. When Jack Baldwin prayed. An old Man in Georgia named Jack Baldwin having lost his hat in an old dry Well one Day hitched a rope to a stump and let himself Down. A wicked wag named Neal came along just then and quietly detaching a Belfrom Baldwin s old Blind horse approached the Well Bell in band an began to Ting a Ling. Jack thought the old horse was coming and said hang the old Blind horse he s coming this Way sure be Ain t got no More sense than to All in on me. Whoa Ball the sound came closer. Great Jerusalem the old Blind fool will be right on top of me in a minute whoa Ball whoa Haw Ball Neal kicked a Little dirt on Jack s head and Jack began to Pray of lord have mercy poor m gone now whoa. Ball our father who Art in whoa be , Ball gee what la i do now i Lay me Down to , Ball just then in fell More dirt. Of lord if you Ever intend to do anything for me. Back Ball kingdom , Ball of lord you know i was baptised in Smith s ,Ball to up murder whoa Neal could hold in no longer and shouted a laugh which might have been heard two Miles which was d about As far As Jack chased him when he got out Louisville courier-journal.1. V to Money to loan on improved City or county property. J. � s. Stark president j. E. My p David Secretary. m to it will Rood be time to paint your Hoube be Nure to use the paid t that goes the further " and last the a. For Sale Only t by Speed s drag store. R be patient with the boy. You Haver can Tell How Froit. Pc he is destined to be. R have a profound respect for boys.3rimy, ragged tousled boys in the treet often attract me strangely. A boy s a Man in the cocoon you do not Enow what it is going to is big with possibilities he May n Nake or unmake Kings Chang Boundry Ines Between states write books that vill Mold characters or invent a 1 shines that will revolutionize the com Uerice of the world. Would t you like to turn them we backward and see Abraham Lincoln it 12, when be had never worn a pair f boots the Lank lean yellow hungry for love hungry or learning tramping off through the goods for Twenty Miles to borrow a took and spelling it out crouched be d Ore the Glare of the burning logs then there was that corsican Boyne of a goodly Brood who weighed Only fifty pounds when 10, years old. Who was thin and Pale and perverse. My had tantrums and bad to be sent flu Peerless to bed or locked in a dark Leet because he would to Miod who would have thought that be t would have mastered every Aba a of y warfare at 26, and when told that the w Chequer of France was in dire con usion would say. The finances i k vill arrange them w yesterday i Rode horseback past a Kield where a boy was blowing. The w and s hair stuck out through the top f his hat hib form was Bony and awkward one Suspender held his in rouser in place his bar legs and arms u vere Brown and sunburned and Briar n Carr d. He swung his horses around it ust As i passed by and from under be flapping brim of Bis Bat be cast w i Quick glance out of dark Balf bashful w Iyeki and modestly returned my Salute a when Bis Back was turned i took Iff Ray Bat and sent a god bless you blown the Furrow efter Bim. Who in mows i May go to that boy to borrow to Oney yet or to Bear him preach or a o beg Bim to defend me in lawsuit or to the May stand with pulse in battened to Tare or Arm in White apron ready to Talo his duty while the Cone is place to Iver my face and night and death m ome creeping into my reins. W be patient with the Are Mealing with soul stuff. Destiny awaits i ust around the Corner. Of �1 a prize love letter. Australia is a great country for y of petitions. The Victoria mining Mility of Ballarat has had a love letter j0 Competition which proved so attract wive u to draw come Titre from All o ver the British Empire. It closed a new Days ago with the result that the i ret prise was awarded to miss Oer b rude Leighton of England. The Lete judged to the beat ran thus 1c to a imaginary correspondent. U fou ask me to forgive you. What can w of Ever do sweetheart which for one h moment could make me forget what Kiou Are to me or that love which Baa by made Earth heaven and my life a Joy & Lave i to forgive the Sun for lurking n bind the Clouds when be Bas Whone n n my Days and made them Golden or Mihall i Welcome him the less when be to Omea Forth to warm me again to beloved if i have ought to forgive to t is that you i hold have asked the Allu Eption. I have no desire to know a Yth ipg except that you have loved Eine a love me still. My Faith in in Ainee toning for have i not crowned of Kins and the King can do no & rung these eyes of mine which Hava dosed beneath your Kis free Are Sightes until you unseal them. My ears ire deaf except to the magic Call of u no to Inoh. And my heart has ceased it o beat until it can throb on yours. I to to bleeping and shall awaken but at it he found of your footstep sex. Ai w How to answer the phone. The enterprising manager of our hone system which by the Way is be of the Best conducted systems in q his part of the country has recently m Otten out a new directory with a reuse list of subscribers in which the i Jouse or store you wish to speak to by lumber. Suppose you wish to speak u o or. Smith and his number is 75. M then Central answers and asks what a lumber say 4,, it by repeating each number separately ind then putting them together Cen m ral is almost sure to hear distinctly u he number you wish. Then whener. Smith takes Down his receiver if be knows Bow to answer the phone be will not say Halloo who is this did you Ever Stop to think that this is m lot Only a poor Way to answer the Ihone but that it is bad grammar 01 be two pronouns this and that this refers to the nearer object that to the Art. Cat Down a Large Oak tree Square \ the butt and saw outs four feet Long split c Iem in blocks about six inches Square 8 be a Frow and Rire boards half an Ink tick Lay them Lengthwise on the Afore r cd poles or rafters breaking joints eight them Down with Small poles. Tot o now ready for the floors. Cut poles z inches in diameter length the Width the Cabin for lower joists place them out four feet apart Cuta \ Linn or some soft logs about z or eight feet Long split into slabs x it three inches thick hew smooth. Filth these make the floor. The door la Ade of boards the same the rofi4 of adj Ngar. The fastening is a wooden Latch j Ith a string hanging on the outside. T be window 14 by it inches has grass 1 paper for Glass. The Selling is Mads b Ltd poles for joists Oor ered with Dap t turds. I now comes the most scientific Meek an j Al part of Caun by fire Plant id Chimney. Saw out about Siz feel � Ide oat of one end of the House he feel ugh from the ground Case up the Aper 0 Iraq. Enclose this ape Tuxa extending y ick far enough for the Back Wall of the replace and As High As the aperture. B of dig yellow Clay Damper and with a Nail Maul beat Down and form tha 1 Earth jambs and Book Wall tonally t the jambs and Book Wall Are about a ton Ilok. Now split Sticks tvs proper length u in the site of the Sticks bout an Inch thick Aad 1h wide. Mak mortar of the Yellowday and build yom Dumney to the desired Haught. This makes comfortable dwelling without nails lass or paint More in and have a has in Linton Call. Be Mack i method of a rids. it is said of the late William Black that a literary method was a slow Aad pain in one. He thought about a proposed of for months before he Pat pan to past. He conjured up the chief incidents e id character and lived with his person fee so to speak. When he Axne to tha rating he was obliged to Hare perfect 0 Ilet he could Bear no noise at All. Hos who complain of his endless Desorb a a on of scenery will be interested in know in that he made careful and elaborate. 3tea of that scenery of localities and t specially of atmospheric effects. to matl Vij minute. " xxx duo ullo us m Frame a character or an incident with y 1 the circumstances of the time a id one get Only a blurred Page. Tar 8 ample one May say it Wai a Beautiful to in but what kind of a Beautiful Day must be described so that the picture a tall be Beautiful and finished. Every Hua being in real life has a background to id must have in a novel if the Story is to Pear real to the nerve Well rather woman shoplifter was caught stealing g i umbrella one Day in a Philadelphia dry j toys stars. But it was decided not to p Oseo Ute her if she would pay for the Ujj Ella valued at 19.00, which she did. he next Day she returned and requested j see the manager. When that surprised � Irson could recover himself sufficiently g ask her business the woman calmly id him that she had been pricing Noel Lasin other stores and found Sheo Ould Archase one like her own for $8 and she 9 Intel to know if he would refund he cents. As a tribute to her monumental c Irre the 60 cents was handed fsr in is i of renew York Tribune. � in Thor and seat 0 a letter of Southey s recently sold is gig land of Ontalon an interesting prophecy. 5 be poet write to a Friend my profits ton this poem Madoo in the course 12 months amount precisely to �8 17a c in the same time Walter Scott has " id 4,600 copies of his Lay of the last minstrel and netted Over �1,000. Bui j Acorn will continue to grow when his arkey bean shall have but Tio reads Madoo now to 8plea. Singer is the most wholesome spies t ice cinnamon and Nutmeg the most locate while allspice has a coarser flavor done disliked by Many. Whits mus or re and celery seed give an appetizing Vor and when the seeds these Les suld detract from the appearance of a Tiah they should be placed in a Muslin g and discarded when the Rellich is f a k Man a Ledger Doe Noi Tell what he if i what he 1 Worth. Count what la la i in not what la on him if you would t. Of what he la Worth whether Rich or or. W. Beecher. Sfa Leele the re heat part Al Funai 1� i la win.1 wealth. Toward the end of june. By John a. Moroso Oward the end of Jane thing i grave. \ 3a girl lib daisies in Ber but Belr Gold bears shining turn a waver Pale Bine that int. Say i want that girl s Sweet eyes real deep Bine Floe Topaz want item wide apart and Wise with All that Ger lab Wisdom Baa. Ler month two or mine bands must wide and rail and gaily am Long Alf fans. A Ber eur Lush Wisdom has add Lober veins Ibe August beat must ran in riot fall and free. A Ltd springtime in Ber heart no Sweet an fall Ber wondrous love for me to More i la ask this time o year. The foil Sweet Days at end of june 11 take your ends in mine my dear and love you a eat the summer Moon. Nasa great disaster -. He flood in in Public of Mexico last week. Lio Sands of lives have been lost Sod Many towns were wiped off the map. Monterey Mexico aug. 30whilebe Rescue work goes on reports of greater loss of lives Are coming in rom every Section making the Possi Edeath list reach two thousand perhaps higher. Twenty thousand people Are homeless and families Are living on the oops of submerged houses slowly carving to death. An area of thousands of Square Nilea from the mountains As to top was is under water. People Are floating above on improvise drafts and famine staring the Mountain people in the face. The drops Are destroyed. Railroads Are washed oat and All the Vires Are Down. It is impossible to estimate the property loss Bat it will Range from three to fifteen millions. The Small towns were completely Viper off the map. Refugees by Hani redware pouring in with tales of gruesome horrors. Troops put to work. T will be a number of Days before Ivers will be Back in their Banks. News about and around Cave. The revival meeting by at arled at Little ukr. In nuns in a in a. Ii pm crowd oath s miss Irene Gordon from Anderson 1b Vla Ltd Mim Madge Tucker. It was and about Mim v. Hall s death. The trolly have oar sympathy. Or. John Walker of Doe West attended be Ptole at Antreville and also visiting or. R. Tucker and family frequently. Crops of this Section Are needing rain very and. Or. Llvy Pratt attended the picnic. Or. John 8haw, of Honea path have a a Alful turn out. It la mid that be Baa be latest male of any one. He Alio a Lett in. J. R. Tucker or. Or. Saw Una be Ena seeing or. Tucker a Fine porn and Ootton. Or. Kyte Mcadams of Keaton has been dealing or. Tucker. I made a a 11m Tucker instead of or. Tucker. It seem As if or. Tucker and family Are Laving All the company of Tala Section. For be reason be Baa one of the Moat Attra Tolve Ong ladles or Tala aeon Lon. Or. Pink baby is having All of Bis oat houses whitewashed. Looks like he might a a Bis dwelling painted. The roads around Here Are passed travelling. Misses Irene Gordon and Madge Tucker amended service at Little River sunday. We Are having some Noe tool Waeber. By Bat to know Winter la drawing close. Roe Quad and pet a remedy that amply Kim temporary re of is Dot the right remedy to Eure use Rome Lblanc that will not Only Hay inflammation on the surface but that a Rill promptly aet on All part affected. Manl a the great pile remedy Dom this. It is on vent entry applied by Means of a tube with Ozzle attachment. Hold by g. A. Milford of. S would Yob employ yo0rself. Suppose the Pond Tlona were Aat reversed. In pose you were doing the Busl nem of a Blob Yon Are now a part. Would you be glad to employ yourself. In other words get oat of yourself for a moment and have a look at that self from n unbiased standpoint. Do Yoa think that other Chap you re gazing t measures up to the standards Yoa Bave a mind Miaad pm wait Horh Willa a la . A Ltd the Beut interests of the business at does be do As Little a be Oan and Boke Bla conscience when be a oepts Bla Alary Arezoo the sort Ofman Yon would Bare if of were made the boat tomorrow if not if there Are Little flaw to your Charo Teru Yon Tarn Teapot Light on yourself. Urland pm oat out rid of them Beca Aee Bese la no telling when Yon May be hiring Ien and Yoa ill want the Best be beat in your employer Doea Imbt now. Make that Superman of yours Square up to be standards Yon have in Yon Rould be glad to employ Yon sell. Of with a Rush. The demand for that wonderful stomach liter and kidney cure or cing s new life astounding. B. Speed says be never Law there. Its because they never fall to ure sour stomach constipation in y digestion bilious Ness jaundice 8ick Eada be chills and malaria. Oaly 5c. Why run the risk of losing i when you can insure so Heap. Insure you House furniture outhouses Etc. The ire companies represented in or office have assets $50,000,000.00. Be give you the Best Protection against loss by fire. J. S. Stark president j. E. Mcdavid Secretary. Shoue 118. A Light on Bald Mountain. On a lonely night Alex. Benton of Ort Edward n. Y., claimed Bald Mountain to the Home of a neighbor i tured by asthma Bent in Curi Ngim with or. King s new discovery Bat had cured himself of asthma his wonderful Medicine soon relieved and quickly cured his neighbor. Later cured his Eon s wife of a severe Jung rouble. Millions believe its the greats Throat and lung cure on eath. Oubs colds croup Haemorrhages and sore lungs Are surely cured by it. Jest for Hay fever grip and whoops cough. 50c and $1.00. Trial Bot Lefree. Guaranteed by p. B. 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