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erate Government at Montgomery,
Ala.-186L Filed by Mrs. Webb,
R. E. Lee Chapter, Anderson.
.-Ode to the New South by
Urg. A. S. Sullivan. Filed by Mrs.
Web, R. E. Lee Chapter, Anderson.]
--Personal Experiences of Mr.
P. Day, During the Confederate
ar.. Filed and written by Mrs. J.
H. White, Johnston.
21-4Why I Am A Daughter of the
Confederacy by Mrs. M. D. Swear
inger. Filed by Mrs. J. H. White,
2.- Newspaper elippings. (1)
urning of Columbia; (2) To re
.e Davis'name to Cabin John's
ge; (3) Capture of Jefferson
s; (4) Semmes and the Sumter.
d by Mrs. Lyneh, Cheraw.
23.-Poems by Kil Courtland.
'id by Mrs. A. M. Sharpe, Ander
24.-Secession by Miss Wither
peon. Filed by Miss Annie Wither
poon, Lancaster. 1
2.-Women of the Confederacy
y.Mrs. J. T. Eskew. Filed by Mrs.
!w, Palmetto Chapter, Anderson.
-.-Who Began the War Between
States by- Mrs. Eskew. Filed by
. Eskew, Palmetto Chapter, An
.-Recolleetions of Sherman's
by Mrs. Lindsay. Filed by Mrs.
.-A Rival of Mollie Stark from
unhia-Carolinian. Filed by Miss
y Graham, Chester.
-Poem- Calvin Crozier, by
Cora Hardin. Filed by Miss
A Sketch of the work of Jas.
hem of Chester during the War
Mrs. Lizzie Graham McFadden.
d by Miss Graham, Chester.
Pamphet on Resoretion of
of Jefferson Davis on Cabim
's Bridge. By~ SouthernMemorial
eiation. Filed by Mrs. Lynch.
r-Sketch of the cruiser Flor
by Mrs. J. D. Rast. Filed by
A. M. Sharpe, Dixie Chapter,
-Calvin Crooier, Hero! by Kit
and. Filed by Mrs. Sharpe,
.--Confedate Soldier's SeFe
by Kil Courtland. Filed by
Sharpe, Dixie Chapter, Ander
.-Organization of the Confed
Government at Montgomery,
Filed by Mrs. Sharpe, Dixie
-J. E. B. Stuart, Dramatic
ehby Mrs. Clinkseales. Filed
rs Sharpe, Dixie Chapter, An
-J. E. B. Stuart by Mrs.
. Filed by Mrs. Sharpe, D)ixie
I-Ode to the New South .by
Lenore Neville Long, Moffatt
Chapter, Due West. Filed by
I-e.Wade Hampton, poem.;
by Mrs. McWhirter, John'
lv* Crozier, poem. Filed
i.~MeWhirter, John flames
en. J. E. B. Stuart. Filed,
. MeWhirter, John Hlames
enidents of the War Between
ates. Filed by Mrs. D. C.
Williamsburg Chapter, King-'
ie.J. E. B. Stuart by Hin
ti.Filed by Miss Emily
e pgpr Clipping. George
e&Guard by one of its sur
Filed by Mrs. Lyneh, Che
y I Am A Daughter of
fdetacy. Fidied by Mrs. Epps,
Briee Chapter, Johnston.
were 77 Rolls of Honor filed
James McIntosh at the Con
Museum 'at Richmond, mak
438 on file there.
a'nnual convention at Abbe
fall, the Historical Depart
ertook the work of collect
preserving data coneernmng
ederate Monuments in tihe
his work was in special
Mrs. Lawton of James Is
of the members of our
.She reports 12 chapters
responded to her repeat
sts, through letter and the
This is an important part
rk and your chairman begs
chapters that have not re
this call, to do so at once.
required are: inscription,
t, heighth, date of eree
photo of the monu.ment. It
*egretted that so little re
paid to Mrs. Lawton's re
e those 12 may be the
which will appear in a
to be shiortly published by
iof Denver, Colorado.
arelessness in this matter
rs may fail in giving just
heir State as well as faulty
ni to the public.
same Abbeville'- Conven
tion was made to the effect
visioni reoblih a book
Don't put off biuying the
it is too late.rI have a c
your kitchen to parlor
S U U
The house beautiful is made up of many parts,
and one of the most imp.>rtant of these is the
dining room. Your dining room furniture
needs your special care i- s lectio.n. No where
can you find s wide a r ,nge of selection at a
price within your means as at our store. Have
you seen our dining room set at
About our fuiriitu er is e hat every one says.
n design it is the m.o &1cg.i an~d artistic; in
tyle it is faultless and novel, and in convenience,
urability and fi ish it is unsurpassed. -These
re high qualities, but the facts ale self evi
I have a nice shipment of Neat a
come and look them ove?r, It is a
hieh hadi gone out of print, called noted veterans
~'A Voice from 8. C." This sub-itheir last roll
et was referred to the Historical|JGen. M. C. Buti
ommittee. Through the kindness Col. Bacon-and
f the President of the Greenwood but no lesser ht
hapter, we obtained a copy of the their reward. TI
ook. We consider it a most vaiu- bugle call to us
ble addition to Reconstruction lit- tivity in our his
rature, and should be in all libraries in their .deedi a
f Southern history. But we cannot estimate of then
ecommend that .the Division under- would tell the
ake its republication at present, 1st, which made the
n account of the limited funds in mains to us to
ur treasury and second, because it their achieveme
oes not fall technically uder Con- their memoriesi
federate literature; though this we South, and of
onsider a minor objection. - which in time ii
Before bringing this report to a them as her sons
lose there is one special work for
ext year that your chairman would "Gather them o
all to the attention of all the chap.- IFrom the pri~
ers. The U. C. V. have tried to Come they from
~nake an enrolment of all the soldiers Ihall,
f the State. For nearly eight years They fell for us,
hey have workd at this with no! fall
~reat success. The Commandant, The tears of a
en. Zim.merman .Davis, in a recent
etter. wrote that he had become dis- "Our ballad bor
ouraged over the lack of interest Will track you
hown by the veterans, and at the And win the hi
reenville Reunion had resigned the years
hairmanship of this committee in For the men wh<
favor of the Sons of Veterans. But
he work is still lagging, and the Respectfully
[aughters might now aid in it. Your Har
hairman would beg that each chap- Chmn. His
er find out from the Clerk of Court
n its eounty, how the enrolment has____
rogressed, and if it is not finished The Nelws:
hat each one do what it can to push st. Paul, Nov.
his work to completion. denbaugh, who
Dnte ast year many of our Springs school,
itSuit and Stove or
omplete stock of e'
-and remvember tha
This is our Celebrated Gold I
It contains 80 coils of tempered
We have a beautifui line of M
ranging in price from - -
This No. 8, 20-inch oven, wit
one of the largest and best stovi
or only - - - -
md Up-to-date Rockers bc
pleasure for us to show oul
hav'e answered to .spent the latter part
all. Gen. Carwile, with the home folks
r, Judge Hudson, Mr. .A. C. Richards
others of lesser note H. Kinard spent Sun
nor have passed to ~day of this week wi
tis fact should be a1 Delmar.
to use greater ac-j Mr. H. A. Wicke
torical work. Great Collie, spent Saturda
nd humble in their Sunday at Newberry.
,noworld of theiracs I have been reqv
~'oldof hee atsteaeber and students
m heroes, so it re
'ather up records of to say that they will
nts, and enshrine party at the school ht
n the hearts of t.he! December 3.
the whole nation, jA hearty invitation
ill be proud to own all the boys and girls w
tend. The girls are
each bring with them
ne and all, ing something eatab]
ate to the chief; be sold at au-etion, t<
hovel or prineely1 bidder. When the ho:
Iwill be found to conta
and for them should a girl. The buyer wil
girl to join him in eal
.nation's grief."''the box may contain.
will go to the benefit
n of tears, building.
on your way, 'Mr. A. J. Bedenbs
sart of the future teaching the Helena
wore he gey." the latter part of last
a oetege.' mother, Mrs. Ella Be<
submited,Miss Leola Bedenha
iet P. Lynch, Saturday with the hol
torical Committee, Miss Bessie McGrav
S. C. Div. U. D. C. home of Mr. W. B. I
day night and Sui!ny
E'rom St. Paul. Mr. and Mrs. H. R.
29.-Mr. B. L. Be- son, Julius, have goni
.s teaching the Cool, where they will spend
- ange and Odd
'erything to) fur
t my prices are i
I wire. Price
attresses $3 to $15
h forty pieces of ware,
es ever sold $24.50
>ught, and upon their
r goods and we would k
of last week
on and Mr. P.1 ONE P.M
ay and Mon-i DINNER
bh friends at:
r and brother,/
y night and,
ested by the
of Fork s,chool ,
give a box'
use on F,riday,1
is exten.ded to -
ho wish to .at
indly asked to
[e. These will
> the highest
.in the name of;
1 then ask that
of the school
ugh, who isI _______
school, spent cmi
week with his
lenbaugh. . N4
ugh, who is
ne folks here. Are YOU t
rvisited at the WVe will si
3inest Satur- not crack.
McDonald and W H I
a few weeks~
Piece of Furniture until
nish your house from
nade to suit you.
Folding GoCarts= =$7.5
$30.00 TALKING FREE
Here is the greatest proposition
ever offered. ABSOLUTELY FREE
Aretino Talking Machine free with
$50 cash trade and a cash payment of
$1.50, this payment to cover express
and package charge.
arrivaliwillibe glad to have you
~e glat; to ha"e .you call.
Telephone No. 1493
~m Lower Main Street.
SSPRRUI! u -
CLOTHES - &
L1SE METHOD OF SPR~IN1LLING.
ot Our Method
iking chances? If so phone 175.
:erilize your goods. Collars will
Learn the way.
rE STAR LAUNDRY.
OUNG & STEBBINS, Proprietors.