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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 9 July 1908

Religious Liberty. I 'Well, I have been asked from other states as well as my own, "What do you think of Taft's nlomination?" And will answer, through the columns of the ..-J., that is, if the good editor fels disposed to publish this I* am told by the inquirers Ihat Taft is a Roman Catholic. I suppose he is. But Voltaire stuck a dagger into the heart of that creed which it is stagger ing under to-day. Let me say here for the consideration of the readers of this article that Vol taire was not an atheist, as so many of them have been taught; to believe. He believed in a Supreme God; a reward for! good and a punishment for evil. But he believed that every man had the right to choose his own way to worship; that the Bible was not a guide. le didn't be lieve in polygamy, slavery, nor lord nor master. He believed in liberty for all mankind, and religious and political liberty. To explain the question in volved we will go back to the settlement ol America. Our forefathers came here for re...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 16 July 1908

--~ - THE SENETIN JOU R Entered April 28, 1908 at Piokens, S. 0., as second olass matter, under sot of Congress of March 8, 1879. VPL. XUVIIIS P ICEIRUM 1OUHAILIKA, THURSDAY JULY, 16 11098*1O L Death of a Well Known Citizen, Anderson, July 11.-(Special.) --Mr. H. J. Gignilliat died at' his home on Calhoun street at 11.45 o'clock this morning af ter an illness of 17 weeks, during which time he was confined to his bed. The body will be taken -to Seneca on train No. 9 tomor Tow, which leaves here at 12.24 -o'clock. The funeral services will be held in the Baptist ,church immediately after the arrival there. Interment will-be, anade in the family plot in the Baptist church yard. Mr. Gignilliat was about 52 years of age. During the major part of his life he spent in the -employ of the Southern and Blue Ridge railways. For near ly 17 years he was station agent for the Sohutern railway at Easley, at the end of which time . he was transferred to Seneca! -where he was made ageit for the Sout...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 16 July 1908

Bargain all the tim everyon Tender S It's charitable to yot -not fair to your feet to soles when they smar Your soles are intend plenty of use, and they shoes are right. StU smooth inner Crossett the foot-comfortable, CRO: 46 S1 ( Makes L CALL ON VC !4 m" LEWIS A. WORT Spring and k woolons and tion. Our Motto: "Q? Supervisor's Report. ~(C'ontjjti unu rom hist wek) Jake -Nabor(ws, scrap, hand 20 001 Nat ional )Ilice Suupply1 (o. s aitiono r . .................... 8 -15 J H Nhinewlexm lunatic 12 00 V Ninuons, bridg.10 00 J1 N Nablors, supplits.... 1; 50 J 11 H Prle bidge'........2 88 I'' I Portdier, aid to poor..... 5 00 P ickens Oil Mill, m'teal, te 2u .7 D) A Parrott, coroner....5 00) E' Ri Porter, aid to poori.......5 00 Pickens D.ruig Co., drug&s. .. 10 85 Pit kensi Pank, paurt note.. .110. 20 J ITh Poter, brlid g......... 27 J S H Priice, bridlg........16 28i A S .Porter, corn.........12 001 E R Porter, aid to poor.. ... 5 00 W H Prinice, work at C H 1 80 J H- Rowland, lumber...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 16 July 1908

- W. L. GASSAWAY,' RES. H. J. McGEE, CAHi h. I Farmer of Ce SAFE, SOJND ANI OPENDD BUSINJ Capital Stoc Farmers Bank 4 - Has every facility of hant solicits the accounts of Manufacturers, in fact, the PEOPLE. Ca Savings D( Call now and let's make if you have an idle dolla have you entrust it to our Intecest paid on time de $i.oo starts an account. HERE TO D( If at any time you -hcul an accomodation, of u, yo c,.reful consideration. CENTRAL ROL Has on hand several cars of H Cotton Seed Meal $1.50 per Cotton Seed Hulls (i,. Soc. I e Seventy-five barrels of GOOI Every sack guaranteed. CENTRAL ROLLI J. T. 4 C. W. GARRETT' SIX MILE, S. C. BLACKSMITH & WOOD-WORK Manufactures a fine line of turned work, such as balusters, columns, brackets. and all such work. Let me estimate with you. No job to large or too small to receive careful and prompt at tention. Communicate with me by telephone through the Central, S. C. office, or by mili on R. F. D. 2 from Central. Summons For Relief. (Compla...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 16 July 1908

Pickens Sentinel-JouF'na PUDISHED EVEiIY THURBDAY MORNIN -BY The sentinol-Journal Conipany, TFOMPSON & RINCIEY. PRors. J. L. 0. THOMPSON. EDITOR. SubsoriptioU $1.00 Per Anumin. AdvertiRiug Rites Reasonable Entered at Pickens IFostoflce as Second Clam Mail Matter PICKENS, S. C.: THURSDAY, JULY 1l, 1908. Salmagundi. At a sale 4 political workq held the other day in Philadel phia 250 (puarter volliles of the Congressional Record, in half Russia hlinding, were bid in at two cenits za vodlume Ii Bryaii the )ein'cratic pIar. ty has a candidate who is likely to poll a millioni imore votes against Taft thaii Parker polled agaiist t(iosevelt. Even then he iay f'all sho rt of election. But the R1epublican party will have a figh iun its hands-a light from11 stall tI finlish-aid one that will tax its resourCes to the very j limit . That, at any rate, is the co)ld, f-andidI judg-1 tou IJeral, Tenl mhers1l1-4 of, the late Pres idn iil v 1el and'1s cabinit sir 1)ickinson, d1s11 Harmon, J (,. C...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 16 July 1908

Plckes Souinol7ourua] Happenings of a Local and Personal . I.stered, or you cannot vuw in Wle election. Maj. J. J Lewis, of Pickens, is visiting his daughter, Mrs. W. S. Hunter.-Farm and Factory. J. T. Richey and family re turned last week from a pleas ant stay with relatives in Colum bia. Earle (Pat) Jennings is on the sick list, and his brother, Frank is holding down his job with the Pickens railroad. Hon. Geo. S. Legare and wife are spending several days in the mountains in search of health and pleasure. A free scholarship is open to some worthy young man in this county in the Male college at Meridian, Miss. Apply at this office. Mrs. A. R. N. Folger and children have come to' Seneca to be with Mr. Folger, wfo is ticket - agent at the Southeru here.-Farm and Factory. Mrs. Theodore Smith, who has been on a visit to her daugh ter. Mrs. J. W. Sheriff, in Pick ens, has returned to her home in Aiiderson county. Full line of bicycle repairs, such as spokes, rims, tubes, cc tist sumtay ...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 16 July 1908

8 "SNARLEY." BY mSS AUGUSTA V. HUBBARD. There was once a man who was so very ill-tempered that people called4 him "Sn1irley."9 The children . of the town in which he lived always got out of the way when they saw him cominig, and eveni the grown People wer'e afraid of him. One night vlenl "Snarley" went to bed something stuck his feet into a pair of shoes that were very large and queer looking, and the instant these shoes were securely on his feet he began to walk, and try as hard as he might. he could not Stop. He caught at the bed and held to Ole railing Of the stairs, but on he went. He had to hold to the knob of the front door and1(] made a grab at the gate post as he passed out, but the shoes carried him on at a. rapid rate. On he et' through the towvn Ima into the connitry. As the town disa-ppeared beiind him he began to be greatly alarmed and tried to turn back, but the shoes took him straight on. He be gan to vonder where they were taking him. for he vas now at the e(dg(e of ...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 16 July 1908

. 16 Should Be I f_,ucated .nna DeKoven d A of the Harem for tht -ioman-Is It Dan, ger r- ever?-A Womian Mu. lgent to Be Her Hus ~ ad-The "Fhish ing S.iiool" Inadbquate-Subor d!nate Knowledge to.Charin. (Copyright, by Joseph B. Bowlea.) (Anna Farwell de Koven, wife of fegi' nald do Koven, the composer, Is well known as an author. Among her first lit erary work may be mentioned her trans lation of Pierre Loti's "Iceland Fisher man." whlh was praised by the critics. Jn 1884 appeared her first novel, "The Saw dust Doll," dealin with society in New port and New York. It went through ten editions and was repiublished in England and India. Her novel, "By the Waters of .Habylon," was also a distinct success." The liberty of American women has 'become so universally accepted a fact -that it has passed into a byword of comparison to the older nations. The puritan idea has become at last transmuted, through the light and luxury of wealth and the diffused In fluence of widely scattered locatio...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 16 July 1908

Norris, Well, we are glad to see the st11l ollee nlore. If "Gen. Green" don't mind, we f armers will yet conquer hinm. elll b1 in this section very !"0d at this wvriting. Miss leail Smith and mother, of Grenville. visited relatives here~t S1111day. Mli,.s \laftie M:aldox and Mrs. W. N. Maddox visited Central last SInday. Mrs. Pickens, of Six Mile, vis Ited Mrs. W. N. Maddox last week. MIs. I. 1). Rice and children Visited the . lonle of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Garrett on the 7th inst. Crops are looking fine in this section; that is, according to the meanderings of the grass. Mr. "B. said that "Bonnie Blue Eyes" knew all about the boquet that was recently given to him. Yes, that's right. I he'ped gather the flowers and gave them to him, and consid cred it a privilege to do so. Mrs. Madden, Miss Peirdia Pool and M rs. Single returned to their homes Tuesday night, after a brief visit viih Mr'I. W. N. Maddox. Your scribe is through laying by with the hoe. Ha! ha! Eugene Sexton, anl agre(able...

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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 23 July 1908

Entered April 23, 1903 at Pickens, B. Q., as second class matter, under act of Congress of Mlarch 3, 1879. VOL. XXXVII P1CK293. OUTH CAROLINA, THIURSDAY JULY, 23 1008 Q17 FARMERS' EDUCATIONA I. AND CO-OPERATIVE UNION ~=== OF AMERICA ----- I a......nm.mmmme..j Pickens County Union Colmnn J. T. BOGUS, RIEV. W. C. SEAIBORN and JOEL. MILI.CR, Committee In Charge. Warehouse Echoes From the Co-Operator. "For thirty years the farmer has hoped to see the government -do for him what it has been do ing for the banker, distiller and others-take his produce into government warehouses, issue government certificates on it to him and hold it 'till the con sumer needed it. "But, finding that all these interests were combined against *externding these governmental privileges to any but themselves, the farmers have set out to carry a system of warehouse storage f or themselves. "The farmer, though drenched by flood, scorched by sun, suck od by every bug and eaten by millions of worms while in the fid...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 23 July 1908

flecent Ruling of the Post Office Authorities. The1C Yorkville Eiiquirer gave . full write-up of the Imeeting of t he State Press Association at Caffiny. Third Assistapnt Post mu-or-Geneiral A. L. Lawshe nadu an address before the t-ociation, explaining this rul iig. The 'iiquirer quotes him as follows: "Nir. A. L. La wshe, Third Assitant Postmlast r-General,in 9his atddress to the e1ditors, said he was once a country newspa per editor, anod he said he loved the iewspaper businiess and newspaper men and wanted to imipress upoii the editors that the mucmbers of the postolfice departmient, including himself, did not have any horns. His address was peculiarly interest ing in view of the recent ruling of the postoffice dTepartmeiit that -newspapers must be paid for be fore they will be admitted to the imails, aIs secoid-class mat ter. He explainled clearly and -forcibly the rea n and necessity on the part of the department for the ruling aid its real ad vantage to the publishers of legi...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 23 July 1908

9Air Copyright: 1907: by Byron Williams. The Army of the Corn. Ho! Behold, the summer's promise stands revealed upon the hills Bivouacked, an army campeth by the ever singing rills! From the shoek-tents (d' the soldiers, shedding sunlighit bedCk to sun, Nods the tasseled flag of Plenty-for the Beason's fight to wo"n1 In the golden glow of morning, see the Armny rise from Mist Throwing off Its biaokened mantle, . oosIng shackled Ilmb and wrist. By 'the pickets that proteot It, stand the cattle, wonder-ceod At the bladed horde of loeres, at the Army's stalwart pridd! In the hedge rows by the border, skul the quall, a frightenied brood; Nut -brown pheasants wate and gather at the mness tents for thaeir food. Hbrk! Across the tented vatier comes the baying of the hound And the echo of the bugle mdt,1 its quay er, round on round! See! The Army wakes, to gutver with the. zephyr's ebb and flbw! Now the reveille Is sounded by the North Wind's lustfy blow. Ah! It wakens not to qla-ughiter, b...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 23 July 1908

Picaols selltine1-ourl PUBISBJIED EVE.IY TIIU.SDAY MOUNIN -BY The Sentinel-Journal Company. TuorPSoN & RIcHEY. PIIOPS. J. 1. o. 'r1OMPSON. VDITOn. Snbscription $1.00 Per Annum. A'dvertiRing Rtes 'Rasonabl ENutered at I'ickens lestoflitce as Second Cla Mail Maatter PICKENS, S. U.: THURSDAY,.JU.Y b2, 1908. Notice to Candidates. All candidates in Pickens cout ty offering for oflice ill the Den ocratic priimarv for 1908 who ( not file their ph-dges and pa their assessnicuts as plovided b the countv executive commIllitte< oil or before the 31st, day of Jul' 1908. will he barred from ente ing the rIce in the cominiig pr marv elect ion. TIhis pro visi1( and order ( the executive con m1ittee wiill he strictly enforce< Tlhese pro ivisions apply also cand(i(lates for nitagistilate v ery Iownship in the 'ount C.E. 0)msoC. ('hn1. T. .. .Wwx . What Will lie Say? Mr. Taflt cannimt hoIlt thw R, publicaniti ebu h usi is. will lie not holt 6 th1, llIphI ilan1k reatinug to inj ur iii It is ...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 23 July 1908

a Local and Perso*al lature. Full line of bicycle repairs, such as spokes, 1 ims, tubes, ce ment, etc., and "solarine" for polishing all metals. H. A. RICHEY. Sunimer is here. The ther mometer is standing 92 in the shade. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Valley, of Pickens, on the 17th, inst., a fine girls Miss.Corrie Aiken, of Green ville, is visiting her uncle, 1?. L'. 4 Henderson, in Pi(keins. Born on the 19th instant, to Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Winchester, of the Hazel section, a fine daughter. Mrs. W. J. Puette is on a visit to her daughter, Mrs. W. C. Hunt, of Dacusville, S. C.-[Brc vrd News. Hon. Geo. S. Legare is grad ually improving and regaining his strength at his summer home in Pickens. Dr. A. C. Spain, dentis' . will he in Pickens on July 28th, and remnin four days. Can he found at Dr. Bolt's offico. Miss Lila Harris, of Green ville, is visiting her sisters, Mrs. J. B. R. Freeman and Mrs. W. T. Griffin, in Pickens. Afi- C! "N Towen and two. xreeInv ille, a re 3With the fam- i .n,...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 23 July 1908

Wonkeu SOHtuOI-4ur f3t.SHED EVERY THURBDAV - 299N"b -BY The Sentiuel-Joural Comiany. TUOMPON & RIOwEY, PROPs. J. L. 0. THOMPSON, EDITOB. Bubscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rates Reasonable. Entered at Piokens Fustofilce a$ SeCond Clas Mail Matter PICKENS, S. C. THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1908. Notice to Candidates. - All candidates in Pickens coun ty offering for office in the Dem ocratic primary for 1908 who do not file their pledges and pay their assessments as provided by the county executive committee, on or before the 31st day of July, 1908, will be barred from enter ing the race in the coming pri mary election. This provision and order of the executive com mittee wiill be strictly enforced. These provisions apply also to candidates for magistrate in every township in the county. C. E. RoTNsoN, Co. Chn. T. J. MAULmN, Sec. What Will le Say? Mr. Taft cannot bolt the Re publicani ticket, but the question is, will he not bolt the Republi can platform, especially thc plank relati...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 23 July 1908

ne a bicyde pkat stub, Atc andh -olarie' for' pbliehing all metals. H. A. Rcinv. Sinmer" is here. The ther mindietei is standing 92 in the -orn, to Mir. and Mrs. J. L. Vally, of Pickens, on tho 17th, nt I.a fne girl* MissCorrie Aiken, of Green ville; is visiting her uncle, R. L' Henderson, in Pickens. Bbrn on the 19th instant, to Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Wihchester, of the Hazel section, a fine daughter. Mrs. W. J. Puette is on a visit to her daughter, Mrs. W. t. Hunt, of Dacusville, S. 0.-[Bre yard'News. Hon. Ceo. S. Legare is grad ually improving and regaining his strength at his summer home in Pickens. Dr. A. C. Spain, dentist, will be-in Pickens on July 28th, and remain four days. Can be found at Dr. Bolt's office. Miss Lila Harris, of Green ville, is visiting her sisters, Mrs. J. B. R. Freeman and Mrs. W. T. Griffin, in Pickens. Mrn. 0. N. Bowen and two C Greenville, are nn a ha with the fam i\ . BVen,-in Pickens. Miss Janie Thornton, a very beautiful and charming young lady of Easle...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 23 July 1908

Bar-ns all the imne tp everyone. Tender Sole, It's charitable to your shoe not fair to your feet to blame soles when they smart and Your soles are Intended to plenty of use, and they will if shoes are right. Stand or smooth inner Crossett soMe-.i the foot-comfortable, for hc CROS SH *Makes Li 00 CALL ON VOUR D L E WI A. C R NORTH ABINC Spring and Sun woo)ens and silk ( tion, Our Motto: "Quick Buchai A Good Year for the Farmers. Before his departure from New Th York the other (lay for an ex- ConfE tended tour in Eu-ope, Stuyve- each sant Fish talked in an interest- Augu ing way about the woes and pose o hardships of the rich. He de- to m1( clared that it was more difficult the fir for a man who has been "enjoy- next, ing an income of $260,000 a board, year to readjust himself to the of me< conditions of a $50,000 income Eas than it is for a man living on erty ti $15 a week to have his wages town~s cut to $10." But how does he ship, ) know? Did he ever work for ship, $15 a week and...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 23 July 1908

A '4-. OIENDD Bul Capital S Farmers Ban Has every facility of solicits the accounts Manufacturers, in fact, PEOPLE. Savings Call now and let's n if you have an idle have you entrust it to Interest paid on tim $1.oo starts an accol HERE TO If-at any time you s an accomodation of u .c-treful consideration. CENTRAL RC Has on hand sevcral cars of Cotton Seed Meal $i.5o F Cotton 'Seed Hulls CW 50< Sceiimy-five barrels of G1 Every sack guaranted. CENTRAL R( J. C. W. GARRET OIX MILE, . C. BLACKSMITH & WOOD-WOI Manufactures a fine line turned work, such as baluste columns, brackets. and all su work. Let me estimate with y< No job to large or too small receive careful and prompt tention. Communicate with me telephone through the Centi S. C. office, or by mail on . D. 2 from Central. -Summons For Relief. (Complaint Not Served) - state of Sout h:Caroli Piekencs Lmuht.. Court of Common Ptea.. John E. Boggs, Plaintiff, VS. .Cora L. Bogg4, Defendant. Tro the Defendanit, Cora L Bogge: Yo...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 23 July 1908

Six months anIi ineteen dtis of the year 1908 are gone an4 we are just that piuch nearer the grave. How many are bet ter and how many are worse than they were at the first ofI the year? No one can answer that question except God. It loes look like some of the people of Cateechee ought to be better, for they have- been preached to .and ie-preaehed to for some thing over seven weeks. This divine promulgator has his abode under a few stakes, some hemp roping and cloth enough to cover the same. Whether this little canvas is styled a church or not we have never been able to understand. The owner of it teaches there is only one church and that is the Church of Triumph. All the rest, he says, are bastards. He helps then to get salvation, baptizes them, turns them loose and leaves it with them. We don't suppose the devil can ever persuade them to step aside any more. if they ever do get off of the track we don't know who will help them back, for the "hoisting jack" is done gone. How importa...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 30 July 1908

'' ' Fr ~p I Entered April 28, 19M~a P Ioe, O. 0..assoodO14,ae matter, under act of Oongress of March h,1879. '' NORI~1 IOU 1AOLIVAI TIUIIDAT MUy, 8098 .liceI Pickens-- R F D 4 Health- good and everybody werene and happy. Farmers about through layink by, and are now rejoicing over their year's work. 'anning fruit is now the or der of the day. Richard Edens, who has been quite sick, Is convalescing. Mrs. Dora Bowie, of Nim-. mons, is spending'a week with her grandmother, Mrs. Marga ret Edens. Several of the Oolenoy "fel lors" attended the singing ati .Mountain Grove last Sunday. They report a fine time. Prof. Geo. E. Boddiford, of Georgia, is teaching the Oolenoy school again, which makes the fourth term. They surely like hinm well.I W. E. Edens,-Jr., is in the northern markets buying fall' and winter goods for S. B. Edens, and when he returns his stock , will be coiplte in everything for the fanner's wife. A game of base-ball was played last Saturday with al1 score of 25 to 7. Both ...

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