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Tuesday, November 3, 1008.
I. O. 0. F. Held With Pulaski Lodge
The t-ijili 1 li district convention of
the I. O. (). F. met with Pulaski lodge
Nu. '20. at this pfaee, on Saturday,
| The first meeting was held on Saturday
afternoon with (J. A.
Neutier, (!. M., of Abbeville, presiding.
Address of welcome was made by
Noble Grand of Pulaski lodge No. 'JO,
M. M. Satterwhile, and the response
was made by Grand Master, Ct. A.
Neuffer, of Abbeville.
This was followed by an address
I by Mr. T. U. Vaughn, superintendent
of the orphan home of Greenville, S.
J C. Mr. Vaughn spoke for something
I like a half hour when another ad|
dress was made by Mr. J. II. ( raig,
* of Anderson.
Recess was then taken during which
time refreshments were served to the
visitors and their hosts by the ladies
of Rebecca lodge, No. 9.
At six o'clock organization was
taken up commencing with the enrollment
of delegates present. The
following delegates were enrolled:
Pulaski Lodge No. 20. T. lv
Wicker, 1. 11. Hunt, C. G. Blease.
Abbeville Lodge No. 4;>?G. A
Neu iter, F. C. Perry.
Calhoun Lodge No. 47?No dele
Clinton Lodge No. >;>?J> E. Camp
bell, J. W. Bolton.
Greenwood Lodge No. oO C . P
Fortune, J. T. Dean, B. Y. Dean, .1
Veritas Lodge No. 01?J. T. Co:
C. 11. Edmonds.
1 Delma Lodge No. 00?D. B. Sheal;
Ridge Springs Lodge No. 101?N
Antreville Lodge No. 110 No d<
. Mollohon Lodge No. 112?J. F. M
Council, W. W. Scarborough.
Lodge No. 117?No delegate.
Chappells Lodge No. 127 No d
Bra! Laurens Lodge No. IvU) W. j
Powell, W. T. Hands.
Reports were made from the t<
S lowing lodges:
H Pulaski Lodge No. 20, by T.
Abbeville No. 4f>, by G. A. Neuff
HS Calhoun Lodge No. 47, uo report
Ball Clinton No. oO, by ?T. E. Campb
Greenwood No. 50, by C. D. I'
Wk Veritas No. 01, by J. T. Cox.
IS Delnia No. 00, by 1). B. Shealy.
iff Ridge Springs No. 101, no repoi
M Antreville No; 110, no report.
Mollohon No. 112, by J. T. Mc(
jgp| Gordon No. 11./, no report.
B Chappells No. 127, no report.
Laurens No. 130, by W. M. Pov
fpH After the reports the subject
gjV raising money for tlie orphan h
H was discussed and plans were i
H gested by the following brethren
Kjj M. Davis, of Newberry; W. M. I
8ft oil, of Laurens; G. A. Neuffer, G.
B of Abbeville; C. II. Edmonds, of
|fl? beville. On motion of Mr. J. D.
Ipf Lees, of Greenwood, Mr. .L M. Dj
suirgestion as adopted which wa
J1||H put a cake up for the highest bi<
||tt Pulaski lodge No. 20 being the 1
est bidder got the cake and preso
PlH it t,i the superintendent of tin
phan home for the chihlrcn anil
||&| ladies who furnished the cake
|H enled the money to the orphan
||||B which as $27.70.
Recess for supper was taken at
g? en o'clock.
IK At 8 p. m. the following subjec
HB s discussed; "Should provision
HfB | made at the orphan home for de
lffi| 1 cut Odd Kello,\vs and for des
widows of 0<ld Fellows. Befor
discussion Mr. T. L. ^Vicfcer i
fjjjj?Sflf that the Daughters of Rebec
permitted in the hall during lb
|||B (Mission, and tlie motion was c;i
Tlie following took part in th
?M cussion: 11. Craig, of Anders*
Mm ft, Wicker, of Newberry; W. G
HSHb orson. of Newberry; ('. I-. l'len
8B&"| Newberry; C. D. Wortune, of <
BBa||l wood; J. M. Davis, of Newberr
ggH< M. Powell, of Laurens.
On motion ol Mr. J. M. Da\
subject was laid on the table.
?3fi^& On motion ol Mr. C L. Blea
actions of this convention are
||1| he binding on any represent a I
the grand lodge.
RE^E& On motion of Mr. C. L. Bleas
BH| ton was chosen as I he next pli
HHL the convention. Mr. C. L. Blea
moved that the minutes be pri
BffiB'i 11,0 paper.
l^HE On motion ol Mr. M. M.
HBK< white Pulaski lodge cxemplif
H,' third degree.
J. Y. Jo no
MR. M'GIIEE'S NEW BOOK '
WILL BE ISSUED SOON, jhe
Author Announces That "The Dark m
Corner" Will be Out in a to
Few Days. I
The State. j |(,
Oreenwood. Oct. JO.? Mr. Zach MC'-|,|,
Ohoo. tin- wc])-kn iwm \v:?!iiii-iti?n J j.,
correspondent id' (he State and other |v
newspapers, was here lliis week with ,,|
his brother, All*. S. II. Mcdioo, leav- (>i
ing Tuesday from Spartanburg for f,
While here Mr. McOhee made the s]
statement to his friends thai his new
novel, ''The Dark Corner." will be st
' i-med from t!ie flrafiou press of New p
York in a few da.vs. lie stated thai v
lie had not intended to say anylhinu n
about i|s publication until it has been |
printed and put on sale. but his v
friends over the Slate will be "lad to ?
know thai it will soon be out and will j
be '' looking out '' for it. 1
Mr. Met Mice has been at work on ?
I he book for some time. Id a way ,
it is a novel with a purpose. It deals |
with the ureal educational problem in |
I he Soul h and will be a real eontribu- :
I ion to that subject. It is, of course.
lull of local color, many scenes being
laid i.n this State, and will be very
interesting to all Soulherners. Mr.
. McChee has a high reputation as :i
newspaper writer, his style beinir al.
tractive and pleasing. 11 goes without
saving that the book will be widely
read in this State.
ROBERT C. SHAND DIES.
( Injury to Appendicitis Wound Sus-1
tained by Columbia Man Proves I
v' News and Courier.
| Columbia. October .'II.?Mr. Robert
C. Shaml. president of the Shand
? liuilders' Supply company and otherwise
prominent in business :iu<l social
p- circles, died today :,t t h" (' lumbia
hospital in his .'I7iii year from an inc
jury to an appendicitis wound dlowing
an ope*' tion performed several
months ago. "Pik? I'unei'al will
e- be held tomorrow afternoon from
Trinity church, lie was the son of
M. Col. and Mrs. R. \V. Shand. Besides
these he leaves three brothers and two
:il- sisters, all of Columbia.
E. THE TIMBER SUPPLY
OF THE UNITED STATES
"We are now cutting timber fron
the forests of the United States a
ell. the rate of 500 feet board measure i
or- year for every man, woman am
child. In ICurope they use only (i1
Few statements could be mad
rt. which could better convince ihe avei
ago man that this country leads tli
'on- world in the demand for timber. 1
is made by Tread well Cleveland, Jt
in a circular which treats of the coi
servalioti of the forests, soil, wale
fell, and all the other great natural r
of sources, which has just been pu
ome lished by the United States Fore
sug- Service. In speaking further of t
: J. consumption of timber in this con
'ow- try, Mr. Cleveland says:
M., "At this rate, in loss than thir
Ab- years all our remaining virgin ti:
Mc- her will be cut. Meantime, the f<
ivis' ests which have been cut over r
s to generally in a bad way for want
Ider. care; they will )>rodnee only inf
ligh- ior second growth. We are clea
nted over the verge of a limber famine
or- ''This is not due to necessity,
I the the forests are one of the renewa
pros- resources. Rightly used, they
home producing crop after crop indefin
lv. The countries of Europe kr
t sev- this, and Japan knows it; and tl
forests are becoming with time
t was less, but more, productive. We ^
be bablv still possess sufficient foi
pond- land to grow wood enough at hi
titute to supply our own needs. Tf wo
e the not blind, or willfully wasteful,
noved may not preserve our forest indep<
ca be ence and. with il, the fourth of
e dis- great industries.
irried. "Present wastes in lumber pro*
e dis- tion are enormous. Take the cas<
>n; T. yellow pine, which now heads
. Pel-i list in the volume of annual cut.
ise, ol 1007 il is estimated that only
Iroon- half of all tin* yellow pine cut du
v; W. Ihe season was used, and that
other half, amounting In 8.00(
is the cords, was wasted. Such waste
typical. Mr. R. A. Long, in hiso,
Ihe dress on 'Forest Conservation' ai
not to conference of governors last sp
live in pointed on I that 20 per cent ol
yellow pine was simply left in
e Clin- woods?a waste which represent:
ice^br timber growing on .'500,000 acres
se also "The res I of the waste takes
nted in at the mill. Of course, il would i
do to speak of Ihe material rej
Sailer- at Ihe mill as waste unless (Lis
iod Ihe lerial could be turned lo use by
better and more thorough for
ulliliaalion. Put in many case
'-s> know, and in many other east
ary. have exaellent reason to believe
MAM OF BARGAINS! !
Unheard of Reductions!
Why pay full price elsewhere when you can save almost half here. Every deartment
larger to outdo all former efforts in value-giving. No such varieties
lor mammoth stocks elsewhere from which to make your selections. Thouands
of cost bought articles to amaze you when the doors are thrown open
Wednesday morning, November 4th. Be among the first to push in.
fThe Ready to Wear Department.
We are glad to be able to announce the arrival
of twenty five mere suits. You simply
can't match our suits elsewhere. We have all || III
the new styles, made of high class all wool ||
materials, guaranteed Skinner Satin linings in I / jj/
every suit. No charges for alterations. We lj /, v'\Y c
guarantee a perfect fit. We ha\/e them at
$12 50. $15.00, $20.00, $23.00 and $30.00. Ovff ' 1
An Extraordinary Skirt Offer. Wj i |\
Women's Fine DressSkirts, the cream of the season's /'" !'l \\\
styles and a saving of half ami more, only 1, j, ami 3 J! jliI : ;,V\\\
of a kincl, made of line Voiles. Chiffons and Panamas, / <iII j \\\\
newest Hare and health effects, trimmed with Satin / J' V; \u \\
folds and Taffeta hands, others with pleats and tailor L ' ; \ V\ y
strapping and finished with buttons, without a doubt
111greatest sale of fine skirls ever held in the town. J?L%\
$3-49, $4-9^, $6.49, $7.50, and $10.00. 'u?"' ' *
Dress Goods and Silk Sale.
Mimnaugh's Dress goods and Silk bargains are beyond reach of competition. We sell more Dress Goods
and Silks in a day than most of the one-horse concerns of Newberry sell in a month. Here's another Dress
100 pieces of fine wool Dress Goods, worth and sells everywhere for 35c. to 5oc a yard, some 50 inches
wide in the lot, all piled 011 a big bargain center table, at only the yard 25c.
Ladies' 50 inch Hroacl Cloth in all the wanted strides nd black, the 75c. kind at 49c. yard.
Toadies' 52 inch Broad Cloth in all the wanted shades and black, the 51.00 kind at 79c. yard.
36 to 50 inch wide Wool Dress Goods and Suitings, worth 75c marked down to 49c. yard
36 to 50 inch wide Wool Dress Goods and Suitings, worth $1.00, marked down to 69c. yard.
36 in Black Taffeta, remember a yard wide, the $1.00 kind at 69c.. yard.
36 in. Black Taffeta, remember a yard wide, the $1.50 kind at 98c. yard.
! A big lot of remnants of Black Dress Goods to be closed out at half price. COMIC!
' p ' j&jm- ?t Ladies* Trimmed Hats.
j S00 Ladies' Trimmed Pattern Hats Go on Sale this Week.
" tw'ost beautiful creations ever sold at such low prices, large,
medium and'small shapes, in an array of styles and models almost
t ^ \ r'' withou end, Hats that's simply beautiful, shapes are of the most
5/ I expensive in Satin, Felt and Velvet Trimmings, in plumes, wings,
| Feathers and Ribbons, such as only Mimnaugh can provide at
m these pr,ces' $2,49, 98, $3 50, $4-00 and $500. Y?u can'1
f ll ' match these Hats in Newberry for double the price. You fire
^ I J cord|aliy invited to attend this big Millinery sale.
These Cotton Goods Bargains
Are so much under value that the other fellows (lon't even try to meet Mitnnaugh s pi ices. So lutiiy!
II V htir. v up! Don't stop on the wa\sidc. COMIC!
"W 2 cases Standard Outing, worth elsewhere Hy.ic., here goes at 4 J.1c. yaul
nil 25 pieces A. C A. Feather Ticking, worth 20c. elsewhere, here goes at 1 ij.-c. yard.
4 5 bales River Side Plaids, worth 8^c. elsewhere, here goes at OJ^e. yard
i'h 5 cases Standard Calicoes, worth 7 J^c. elsewhere, here goes at 5c. yard.
n<l 2 cases standard Canton Flannel, worth 15c. elsewhere, here goes at 10c. yard.
his 2 bales 40 in. Newberry Mills Homespun, worth 8/ic. elsewhere, here goes at G'/^c. yard.
rul Cash buying and cash selling couples high qualities with low prices.
A Monster Stock in Shoes.
j Through a fortunate trade transaction we secured thousands of j <&/ (f
h i- pairs of Men's, Ladies', Misses', Boys and Girls' Shoes at 50c. on J <&/ tV
the dollar, all new fall styles closed out al less than actual cost to / t8>/
^ manufacturers. You c?.n save 50c. to $1.00 on every pair bought /
Mire here. This big lot of Shoes will be sold at about the cost of
leather, 2 and 3 pairs of Shoes for the price of one pair. Shoes
for the entire family at the lowest priccs you ever paid.
Jill Never Such Blanket Bargains!
.,fo,I It's just like buying wholesale from the mills. You never have, never will buy Blankets so cheap again.
1,(4,1 A page of description wouldn't iell you half as much as a single look at the greatest bargain Blankets you
have ever seen or heard of. Anticipate your needs, 89c., $1.10, $1.39, $1.98, and up to $5.98 pair.
Come, join with the big jolly buying crowds at
if inn jill, of :his material could !
used will) profit. It i.^ simply a
test ion of intelligent investigation
id, more than all, of having the wilT
"Hut there are other ways to eourve
the forests besides cutting in ^
ilf the present waste of forest pro- B
lets. flic forests ?*an he made to EH
ftiduee three or four times as rapid- N
as I hey do at present. This is file B
I' both the virgin forests and the ent
k'er lands. Virgin forests are often
illv stocked with first-class timber,
nl tlii^ stock has been laid in very
lowly, on account of the wasteful
impel ition which is carried on conlantly
between the rival trees. Then,
no, in the virgin forests there are
cry many trees which have reached "
laturity and stopped growing, and
liese occupy space which, if held by n
oungcr trees, would be laying in a
lew stock constantly. As regards ^
he cut-over land, servere cutting, fol- ?
owed by fire, lias checked growth so -?
:eriously that in most cases reproluction
is both poor ami slow, while n
many other cases there is no true
forest reproduction at all at present,
ind there iv but little hope for the
MILITIA SEEK FOR
Five Companies of Tennessee National
Guard Surround Reel Foot
Lake?Purpose to Capture
Memphis, Tenn.. Oct. '27.? What
iay happen this week as a result of
the investigation of night rider depredations
in the northwestern part
? I cnnessec is a matter of cou.jecj
hire. With the opening of the circuit
c rt for Obion county in special session
at I nion City to investigate the
death of Captain Wankin, who was
killed bv a night rider band i" iiiei
vicinity o| Reel Foot Lake last Monday
night. that region will be under
the complete domination of m litary
Five companies of the Stat' tional
guard will lie at the disposal of
Coloncd Tatom to enforce martial
law. and it is purposed to gather iu
every member of the band. T> aid
the militia the adjoining "onitics
have been drawn on for armed bends
j of picketed men. Should this force
lie inadequate to cope with the si.ua
tion it is de(dare<] that the entire military
force of the State will ?bo con1
cent rated, if necessary.
' Tn the Reel Foot Lake region the
x lake itself is the source of contentior
| which brought forth the activity of
the night riders* organisation. Tt
was contended by those living neai
( the lake that it wi?- their ri"',f ?
their vocation as fishermen in its wa
10 ters without molestation, while th
1 owner of the land on the shores o
*' the lake took an opposite view. T
ll* the courts the latter, the Wester
l' Tennessee Land Coinpanv, of whic
Captain Rankin and Colonel R.
' Taylor, of Trenton, were the organi:
s' ers. was upheld.
"" SUE FOR DAMAGES.
,v Files Suit for $100,000 Against Nig]
m" Riders Association?Holds All
11" Night Riders Responsible,
^ Louisville, Ky., Oct. 27.?Tn an o
11 deavor to establish his content)
1 ^ that all persons connected with t
Night Riders' Association are i
01 sponsible for ravages made bv a
member of the organizalion. Men
"n Bennett today tiled a suit for $100.('
l,<'" damages in the Tinted Stales eirc
low court. The plaintiff on February
,oir was set upon and terribly beaten w
no' clubs and thorned switches bv a b:i
y?" of night riders. At the same time
rest stemmery and tobacco factor*- *
),n0 other large and valuable buildi
are were destroyed by the night rid.
Mr. Bennett since then has been
nd- ceiving letters^ threatening I ha;
our would be killed \v night riders.
Iu the suit filed todav he i> |
ilue- ceeding not only against the per.who
were present at the time of
?!< <( rnct urn of his proper) v a id
I jurv to himself. !?u( again-! ." I;
number Mf other person--, nn nv
rill~ j whom are counted am-nig the r
",0 t i.roininenl ami prosperous cili/ 'ii:
1,000 fhe west crn part of Kenluckv. a!
IS ed that thev were members of ; c
in:*] conspiracy known as the ' X
I llie Riders" organization or <lS
ring. Brigade." and that they partiein
I he in t li<? meetings which were
'he throughout many counties.
k the The contention of the plainli
that all persons who are meinhei
place the night riders organization*
never bound bv the ads of the se
eeted nigh} riders, all being alike resp
: ma- hie for the conduct and actions o
some others, done in furtherance of
tn of general objects of the eonspi
s we j which was to force all raisers
;s we j handlers of dark tobacco lo pla<
, that the Dark Tobacco Association.