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T^ie Movements of Many People, >'ewherriaus,
and Those Who Visit
Miss Eleanor Kinard, of Atlanta, lis
visiting her cousin, Mrs. J. B. Walton.
Prof, and Mrs. S. J. Derrick are
-winding up the summer in Lexington.
Carl Fridy, of Whitmire, is visiting
Mr. J. W. Pitts made a business
trip to Maybinton Wednesday.
Mr. Herman Werts was in the city
Wedn-esday from Prosperity No. 6.
Mr. C. C. Davis and son Ed., have
returned from Brevard, N. C.
tVIr. Day Wright has returned from
Mr. E. D. P-arce, the well known
insurance agent, was in Anderson
Tuesdav on business.
R. C. Perry, of Newberry, was at
the Jerome yesterday.?The State,
Mrs. E. Rodger, of Newberry, is the
guest of Mrs. Allen Graham.?Greenville
News, 10 th.
Dr. P. E. Way left Wednesday for
Glenn Springs, to attend the South
Carolina Pharmaceutical association.
Mrs. Cole. L. Blease, of Columbia,
3 AT r? tT P SlimmfTS
aim iiei uiutuci, mi. xx. w *- .?
of Pendleton, are in the city today.?
Anderson Mail, 9th.
Miss Mabel Bryant is visiting Mrs.
Clarence Smith at Kinards, S. C., formerly
Miss Carrie Smith, of this city.
?Spartanburg Herald, 9th.
Mrs. C. A. Renneker returned to
Orangeburg Thursday, after a pleasant
visit to her father, Mr. J. A. Burton
Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Wallace, of Kin
ards, S. C., are the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. William B. Boyd, in Hampton
avenue?Greenville Piedmont, 9th.
; Mr. and Mrs. J. L. McCartha, and
children spent a few days last week
at Pomaria, with Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Felkrr.?Lexington Dispatch, 9th.
iMss Carrie Miller, of Newberry, is
a guest at the hospitable home of Col.
and Mrs. U. R. Brooks in Shandon.?
Columbia Record, 7th.
Miss Alpha Bolt, after a pleasant
visit to Misses Nellie and Harriet
Adams, left Tuesday evening for her
home in Laurens.
- Messrs. Will Scurry, Roy Cannon,
"* ,T ? J .i1 "LTin
liraay lonce auu - ram uana^c, m
the Halfacre's car driven by Mr.
Halfacre, went to Edgefield Sunday. (
Geo. S. Mower, member of the
house from Newberry, was in Columbia
yestirday, stopping at the Imperial.?The
Roy Z. Thomas, a professor of
chemistry and physicis at Newberry
college, was in Columbia yesterday.?
The State, 9th. '<
Mrs. Alice Dominlck and her
4aughter-in-law, Mrs. Wm Dominick,^
frt 4-V? r\Z r ViArriA of PrA^C.
aave i ciuiu^u tu wen uumc ui ^
peritv after a visit to relatives in
Miss Katuleen Norryce left today
for Charleston. At Newberry she will
join a -party of friends tor a month's 1
stay on Sullivan's Island.?And-:rson
Miss Addie Rikard has returned to
her home in Newberry after visiting
at? Mr?e XT D PoVar Mrc
liUi OiCLUi , 1U1 O. XX. i . . AU? U.
Baker and children accompanied her.
?Greemwood Journal, 8th.
W. H. Christopher, after spending
a week with his family at home, has
returned to his - work in Newberry
county.?Victor cor., Spartanburg
iMr. Will F. Wrigbt> Jr., one of the
representatives of the great student
body of Clemson college, is now with
the powerful Southern Power company,
Miss Lucile Morehead, of Gaffney,
who has been the guest of Mrs. R.
M. Dacus in James St., left Saturday
for Newberry.?Greenville Pied- ;
C. T. Wyche, M. D., of Prosperity,
member of the hpuse of representatives
from Newberry was in the city
yesterday, stopping at the Jerome.?
The State, 8th.
Mr. Ellesor Adams is at the substation
of the Southern Power company
at Whitmire. His father and mother,
Mr. and Mrs. Jno. C. Adams, visited
Assistant Attorney General Fred H.
Dominick and Congressman D. Wyatt
Aiken have by Governor Blease been ,
appointed delegates among others to
the United States Good Roads' association
convention and exposition in
St. Louis November 10-15.
Prof. S. W. Rabb left last Monday '
for Newberry, Prosperity, Mt. Carmel,
Lowndesville and other points in a ;
canvass for students for the Woman's
college. Prof. Rabb will spend six
weeks in this work assisting Dr. Robinson.?A.
R. Presbyterian, 9th.
Capt. \1. M. Buford, a returned
Gettysburg visitor, took in Mt. Vernon,
and Arlington and ot'her interesting
historical points and some of the
larger cities. Ke says he saw Messrs.
N. H. Young and R. I. Stoudemire on
the train and thinks they visited
; those places also.
Miss tsessie uominicK, one en iue
many clerks at the Columbia big
Mimnaugh store, was on a visit last
week-end to the home of her brother,
Mr. Furman Dominick, of Newberry's
Anderson store, where she, better
known as "Miss Pet" formerly clerked.
Dr. J. Keifer Wicker left Tuesday
for Patterson, X. J., to take charge
of his position as interne in the Patterson
hospital. This following his
successful graduation from the
r>nl]porp in \pw Orleans will
well qualify him for the noble work
of his chosen profession.
Miss Annie Mae Dorman, who has
spent the past year with her aunt,
Mrs. B. A. Havird has returned to
Live Oak, Fla., her father, Mr. W. R.
Dorman, coming for her last week
on his return from Washington
whither he had been in the interest
r>f his ranrliriafiv for the Dostmaster- !
ship of Live Oak, and in which he was
Hon. Geo. S. Mower, of Newberry,
came up to Due West last Thursday,
and formally transferred the books of
Esrkine college to the new treasurer,!
Mr; S. A. Pressly. Mr. Mower had j
rounded out twenty-five years of efficient
service. A fitting testimonial
had been presented nim oy me Doaru
at the recent commencement.?A. R.
Col. W. Y. Fair went from Gettysburg
through Washington to ^dirfax
court-house, Va., where he was in
1861. He drank from the same well j'
that furnished him water 52 years
ago. Among other points he visited
was Strausburg, where Col. Rutherford
and Capt. Jno. M. Kinard were 1
killed. Col. Fair located the exact (
spot where these ganani omcers gave
their lives. He brought ,two bullets
from the same place. A bullet from a 1
battlefield after 49 years is a souvenir
worth preserving. 1
VARIOUS AJTD ALL ABOUT. J
They ar-e still buying automobiles
in Newberry. *
Who next in Newberry to say "I '
do" and "I 'will."
' The "Jolly club" gave a picnic Tues- i
day at Caldwell spring.
The June bride has disappeared for <
this season, but the July bride has ,
The people of Pomaria will worship
in their new church for the ferst 1
time next Sunday. ]
Fortunate is that man v 10 agrees
with as much buttermilk as he can
drink fresh from the churn every
morning in the week. ' ^
The piano which gave so much sat- .
isfaction at the opera house during
Chautauqua is the "Weaver' make sold .
by J. F. Moore!
The brass cap is lost from the j
back wheel of the big hose wagon, j
Finder will pi-ease return to fire department.
That is good "dope" the Arcade-Airdome
people are handing you through 1
the irresistable columns of The H*r- '
aid and News.
The sound of the fiddle is heard in
the land, and it is a sweet and sooth- '
ing sound, as it floats from the daic- j
ing school now in operation "here.
The court house lawn is being put
in good condition. Supervisor Hill is
having good care taken of it. It looks
Judge of Probate Schumpert on j
Monday issued marriage license to |;
A. H. Anderson, of Rhode Island, and ;
Miss Kathleen B. Myers, of Whitmire. :
Sheriff Blease has charge of Char- ;
ley Penland, white, of Laurens, in
jail under charge for house breaking ;
and larceny and false pretense in
Ex-Sheriff Buford is fencing in a
large pasture on the vacant lot back ,
of the Dunbar house. The big ex- j
sheri if has to keep busy at some- .
The Woman's Home and Foreign 1
Missionary society ot tne unurcn oi
the Redeemer will meet at the home ^
of iM rs. E. R. Hipp Monday afternoon, .
July 13, at 5 o'clock. :
The postmastership is not s-ettled i
yet. There is a strong belief in some 1
fniinrJA/1 fVlOT if /YT T* \
Ljuai LCIO, VVC11 IUU1IUCU, liiat li. -?x* .
Eiill does not get the place, Dr. W. E. J
Pelham, Sr., will. President Wilson i
and Dr. Pelham were schoolmates. i
It doesn't s-eem natural "around '
these corners" when J. R. Gre?n is
not well enough to stay here and
make things lively. Finish up your
medicine, Jord., and stay in Friend
street where you belond.
Pay street duty and save $5. Recorder
Earhardt has already fine de
uuqueuis J.UJ iciusmft i,u po; tut
$3 street tax. It is better to pay $3
than to fall for $S through the recorder's
Does oven;peeding tend to un-!
balance the# mind??Spartanburg j
Journal. It depends upon what kind
of a mind you have. Some minds are'
unbalanced by reading dime novels,
others are n3t. Same way 'bout over-,
speeding, we reckon.
Some fellow wrote Arcade with a
k, making it Arkade. It makes no
difference, ?,s the pictures are not
hurt by the srpelling. He was thinkin?
of Ark-ade as he saw so many
pictures of animals in front of the
hcuse one cay.
The "Pride of Dixie" minstrels,
managed by A1 Rikard, whose nickname
is "Duke", could be called
"Duke's Mixture" without too great
a shock to anyone's nerves, and the
reporter wculd hate to upset the
equilibrium of anybody.
iA shrapnel (half shell) from the
battlefield of Fredericks/burer, Va.,
has been received by Mr. W. G. Peter?
?? fT/lft A/T rVAnif h<?n onrl
SOU 11ULL1 L^Ll O. JLUCl 1U. jyuiiiiuaa, una ra
hickory stick from Arlington sent
by his son, Mr. Oscar Peterson, who :
is now in Wa-Mngton.
Wade Perry, colored, lost his dray
mule last week. Wade's mule was not
like Browr's mule. It didn't chew
tobacco or laugh, but it was a faithful
animal, and it is a pity that damaged
corn I'ood killed him. Wade has
replaced the mule by a horse and is
ready as usual to haul your trunk
and all other baggage.
Fishing parties are quite popular.
Smith and Jones used to be good fishermen.
Now Brown is taking it up.
There is more than one firown man
that can fish, b^t this is Jim Brown,
one of the.best Browns that ever sold
coca-cola, so the boys think, and that
Is saying a good df^l, for the big;
Brown family is mighty good as a
On the program for the local conferences
directed by synod for the
discussion of practical subjects re
lacing to Sabbath schools and Young
People's work to be held at Bethany,
3. C., and Pisgah, N. C., on July 30th
and July 31st, respectively, Mrs. J.
W. Carson is down for a paper on
Th-e Home Department and Systematic
Last Sunday the Sunday News had
?ne section of its July 6 -edition dated
July 13?a week ahead of time. We |
would r.ot have noticed this but for
the fact that The Herald and News
some time ago did a similar thing,
for which it received a little "guy '
" TXT/.. frv CAQ fVia din
ILLg. VVC W Cl c giau cv/ wb Uitji
up of the Sunday News just to "have
the company" of a big paper for comfort.
It helps a whole lot. Sort of
a safety value, like certain words'
it the psychological moment.
Commissioner of Agriculture E. J.
Watson today issued warning that
moulded cornmeal is being shipped into
South Carolina from the corn dis
trict of the Central States. The commissioner
Saturday directed agents
Df the department of agriculture to
seize and destroy consignments of
dangerous cornmeal.?Columbia cor.,
N'ews aad Courier, 8th. This is a
most important matter. Wade Perry,
a well known drayman lost a good
mule last week, supposedly from eating
damaged corn. Other mules and
horses are dying from the same cause.
Do something about it.
The Herald and News caught some
A -3 mu j
readers in a irap mesuay. x uey iuiu
Mr. B. B. Reid that if he had been
to Paragoul, Arkansas, lie must have
made a "flying" trip as they hadn't
missed him and had been seeing him
about here every day. Mr. Reid hadn't
been there recently, but The Herald
and News knew some people would
think so, although the paper was clear
in saying that Mr. Reid "has been to
Paragoul," and could bear out the
statements about that place. News is
scarce and The Herald and News
likes to have its playful and innocent
amusement. Read the paper carefully
and see the points. Ther is nothing
like advertising and Mr. Reid,
who is a splendid insurance man,
You have heard of jumping out of
the frying pan into the fire. Here is
a. case in point. A colored young j
man was charged with failure to pay '
street duty. Claimed he was not [
liable, not 18. Just at this time he was
seen in a pool room. Chief nabbed !
trim. "Aha! not old -enough for duty,1
aye, but old enough to visit pool ;
room. " That is also what is called !
being impaled on "either horn of a [
dilemma," or "hoist by his own |
petard," or something like those. If !
he wanted to deny being 18 so as ta
avoid street tax he would expose himself
as being subject to fine for visiting
pool room under age. If he ad
mitted being old enough for street
duty he could play pool without fear
of the law. To settle it, Recorder
Earhardt made the boy pay $5 Tuesday
morning for violating the pool
TItU t ^ i.. i _ _x -_ _ 1; i ^ ~ r '
i wane tn-e last glimmering iigius ot;
the day were scintillating the western I
horizon and the soft sounds of twi- '
light were heralding its close, a I
happy and expectant host of friends j
was assembled on the spacious lawn !
at seven-thirty o'clock on Wednesday j
evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs.!
Thos. W. Gallman, to witness the |
marriage ceremony of Miss Alice j
Blanche ~Gallman and Mr. Dwight C. i
StiifVfrpv nf Richrvnvillp thp pprpmnnv I
being performed by Rev. G. E. Ed
wards, of Bishopville.
To the strains of Mendelsshon's
wedding march, rendered by Mrs. C. i
B. Martin, of Newberry, they appeared j
on the veranda and plighted their j
troth beneath a pendant wedding beli.
They were attended by the following j
couples: Miss Delia Welch, Newberry
and Mr. Oskar C. Stuckey, Bishopville;
Miss Cordelia Cudd, Spartanburg
and Mr. Thurston Gallman, Columbia;
Miss Lois Scheck, Newberry
and Mr. J. Brown Kelley, Bishopville;
iMiss Annie Higgins, Newberry
and Mr. J/E. Muldrow, Bishopville;
Miss Willie Mae Wise, Prosperity and
Mr. Vernon Fellers, Columbia; Miss
Mary Cannon, Pomaria and Mr. W.
G. McCutcheon, Bishopville; Mrs.!
Sims Brown, Newberry, dame of hon- !
or and Miss Alice Cannon, Newberry,
maid of honor.
During, the ceremony "Hearts and
Flowers"'was softly played.
The bride was gowned in a handsome
creation of Irish lace with pearl
trimmings. The draperies were caught
up with sprays of orange blossoms.
She carried a bouquet of bride's ros- j
es showered with lilies of the valley, j
The maid of ihonor wore white mes- j
saline satin and lace with pearl and |
rhinestoite trimmings and carried!
The dame of honor wore pink messaline
satin with chiffon draperies
and carried pink roses.
The maids of honor were daintily
gowned in white lingerie with pink
sashes and carried white carnations
tied with bows of tulle.
Th; dining hall was beautifully
decked with shasta daisies and ivy.
The soft rays of the candles were reflected
back by the golden hearts of
the gorgeously .banked daisies.
The many and handsome gifts attested
the popularity of the contract-'
A delightful salad course followed
by an ice course was served. Mrs.1
J. E. Hunter presided at the punch
bowl and Mrs. Thornwell Haynes
prEsid-ed at the bride's book.
The following out of town guests
were present: Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hunter,
of Clemson; Mr. and Mrs. S. B.
Bowers, of Fitzgerald, Ga.; Mr. W. ;
H. Myers, of Columbia ;N Mr. Oscar C.
Stuckey, of Bishopville; Miss Bessie
Bowers, of Prosperity; Mr. J. E. Muldrow,
of Bishopville; Mrs. Thornwell
Haynes, and daughter, Miss Sarah .
Vfoa TJi,rrV, TDoint V P Mr T
V/l X V/XIAI9 XI. J MA* . v
Baron Kelley, of Bishopville; Mrs.
Sallie Fellers, of Columbia; Mr. W.
G. McCutcheon, of Bishopville; Miss
Julia Luther, of Columbia; Mr. Percy ,
P. Stuckey, of Bishopville; Mr. Vernon
"IPollorc nf Airs f! F
UVU X' ViiVi W) V* W* V* w .v* y w. w- ?
Cannon, of Pomaria; Mr. E. A. Fellers,-of
Old Town; Mr. Claude Sligh,
of Dyson; Miss Mary Cannon, of Pomaria;
Miss Cordelia Cudd, of Spartanburg;
Miss Willie Mae Wise, of
Prosperity, ana Mr. s. r. u-anman, or
Mrs. Stuckev is the oldest daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. W. Gallman.
She possesses thaot pleasing personal- (
ity that wins friends for her everywhere.
Mr. Stuckey is a prominent farmer ]
fMid showers of rice and best wishes
* * - ? ? " * OlA
oi rrienas, Mr. ana ivirs. oiuuK-ey ien.
for Bishopville on the nine o'clock
train. Mrs. Stuckey wore a goingaway
gown of tan with hat and ^
gloves to match. They will spend
their honeymoon in the mountains of
This Is In Yorkville. i
Yorkville Enquirer, 8th.
Mr. D. R. LavendPi, proprietor of;
the Idle Hour, has decided to close i
that place of amusement for a while j 1
because of the hot weather, though he i
hopes to open up again in the near. i
future. In the meantime, th-e Air- 1
dome will continue to cater to the patT.
rons of the movies.
A BENEFICIAL CHANGE. , *
The Public Will Hail With Delight a
Schedule to Be Put on Beginning
First Next Week.
(Mr. J. W. Denning, the man who
likes to do things, and who "does
do" things in his official capacity re
*'i? w p. T. railwav I
presenting tuc ?*. \x. u. * ,
gave the " reporter a fine piece of information
Wednesday which the public,
or the part thereof that travels,
will be glad to read. It is this: Beginning
Sunday, 13th, train No. 52
will pass Newberry 1.07 o'clock p.
m. and: arrive at Laurens 2.20 p. m.,
making connection with C. & W. C., j
through train No. 1, which carries |
through parlor car from Augusta to
Asheville, in connection with Caro-1
lina Special, leaving Laurens 2.25 p. j
nrr- and arriving Spartanburg 3.40 p.J
m., making connection with Southern
Carolina Special for Asheville and
The great improvement and convenience
of this is in the fact that instead
of, as heretofore, leaving here J
at 11.38 and being compelled to lay
over at Alston about one hour, to
catch the Carolina Special, you can j
now get dinner "here, leave at 1.07 j
o'clock and make prompt connection,
without any lay over, at" Laurens by!
getting parlor car there and making ;
through trip to Asheville without
This will prove of much convenience
to people going to the mountains
and will be appreciated by them.
It is a good improvement over the j
old system and ought to pay the rail-1
S. S. CONVENTION.
To Be Held At Zion Methodist Church
Sunday, July 20th, 2913.
The following is the program of the
S. S. convention to be held at Zion :
church July 20:
10.30 a. m. Meeting called to order by
W. C.* Dominick, president. Devotional
exercises conducted by Rev. S. C. j
iM"nrris Address of welcome bv T. i
M. Mills. Response by R. M. Monts.
11 a. m. Query: What is the best
way to make a Sunday school grow?
Discussion led by Rev. H. P. Counts,
R. T. C. Hunter and Dr. Young M.
11.30 a. m. Query: What is thej
superintendent's duty to an incompe-'
tent teacher? Led by Wm. Long, i
Jas. F. Epting, T. L. Dawkins, and
Dr. J. S. Wheeler f
12 m. Temperance address by Dr.
Geo, Y. Hunter.
12.30 p. m. Adjournment for dinner.
. * '
1.30 p. rr?. Query: How can a su- !
perintendent keep a school of of,
ruts? Led by Rev. Z. W. Bedenbaugh, j
Dr. Geo. B. Cromer, R. >M. Monts andj
Dr. E. C. Jones.
2 p. m. Query: What is the best
method of securing better teachers?
Led by W. H. Hunt, Esq., T. M. Mills
and J. Moody Bedenbaugh.
Each Sunday school is entitled to
two delegates. All superintendents
are members of the association ex.cc
*11 ??T o
OIllClU. All &U1UU13 1U iHU. i7 tuniiship
are urged to send delegates and
all superintendents are especially
urged to be present. Dinner will be
served on the grounds.
Catachee Council, No. 4, Degree o!
Pocahontas, Imp. 0. R. M? at the last
regular meeting elected the following
officers for the ensuing term:
ProDhetees?iMiss Ollie Summers.
Pocahontas?Mrs. Annie Bedem
Winona?(Mrs. M. L. Hemrick.
,Powhatan?W. B. Johnson.
First Scout?Miss Lillie Mann.
Second Scout?Mrs. C. A. Boukaight.
First Runn-er?(Mrs. Maggie Johnson.
Second Runner?Mrs. Sallie Johnson.
First Councillor?|Miss Annie Kirby.
S>econd Councilor?Miss Maud
First Warrior?iMiss Lula Smith.
Second Warrior?Mrs. Emma Wofford.
Third Warrior?Mrs. Elnora Darby.
Fourth Warrior?Mrs. Attaway.
Guard of the Forest?James 'Cal<!- i
Guard of Teppoe?Charley Wofford.
Th-ere will be children's day at M't j
Pleasant next Sunday, consequently
no preaching at New Hope on that
R-ev. W. P. Varborough, evangelist.,
will be associated with me in a meeting
in the new church at Pomaria,
teginning with our appointment
there next Sunday and . continuing
through the we-k. Everybody is invited
to these services. 1
S. C. Morris, P. C.
SPECIAL NOTICES.* \
One Cent a Word. No advertisement
taken for lest
than 25 cents.,
i ... i
| FOR SALE?Cow peas bought and ;
sold. Pure Georgia cane syrup
gallon cans 50c. W. H. Davis, Au??
I gusta, Ga.
FOR SALE?Two cylinder 16 H. P.
Maxwell runabout in first class condition.
Will sell cheap. E. T. Carl
FOR SALE?Winter Cabbage plants
Mrs. J. K. Gilder. J
HOUSE TO RENT?Apply to Mrs. 0.
L. Schumpert. 7-8-3t.
' * J
NICE HORSiS and buggy for sale.
f** r\r\A n?At?lr ViAfcD ^ VQO re Hi H 71Af
UUWU YY KJL XV UU1>3V ) V J O v*u? **w?
afraia anything. Can be seen at
Halfacre's stables. E. G. Norwood.
WANTED?A position in Newberry
either with an insurance agency or
salesman in^dry goods or grocery
store. Have had more than 3 years
experience handlding all kinds of
insurance. Other work will be con- ^
sidered. Best of references furnish- 4|
ed. Want work at once. Addresa
P. 0. Box, 0, Bishopville, S. C
THE NEWS OF PROSPEKITT.
Death of 3Irs. Caroline Cook at Bipe
Alii 4 ma DoaiJa pAntimry 4 Mil
U1U Age x iujjic vviu?u? auu
Prosperity, July 10.?<Mrs. Caroline
Cook died Monday, at the home of her *
daughter, Mrs. Saliie Wicker ,after a
short illness at the ripe old age of *
The funeral services were conducted
at the home by bhe pastor, Rev. 0.
J V.. T> m TIT T
ur. l^avis, asbisteu uj xvcv. ju. tt .
lie. Interment at the Prosperity
cemetery Tuesday afteraoo^.
Th- isige crowd and floral offering
showed how much Mrs. Coot was *
loved and respected.
She is survived by thr^e daughters:
Mesdames Sallie Wicker, 7- J- and^T.
P. Wi?ker; bwt3 sons; E. M. and D. B.
Cook, eleven grandchildren, two sisters,
iMrs. Elvira Ktfaler and Easter .
Mrs. Norris spent Monday with i
Mrs. D. E. Rigell.
Miss Marie Kohn visited relatives
in Little iMountain Wednesday.
Doctors W. M., W. E., and James
Crosson, of Leesville, spent Tuesday
with their brother, Mr. John Crosson.
Miss Lalla Best GaForth, of Spartanburg,
is the guest <bf Mrs. W. E.
Mr H. J. Rawl is attending Cotton
Seed Press association at Lake Toxa- J
way, N. C.
Mr. A. S. Herbert has returned to
Orangeburg after an extended visit
to iMr. John Langford.
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Dominick- and
children snent Sunday -in Greenwood. *
Mrs, J. L. Wise and Miss Tena Wise *
have returned from a short visit *o
Little Mountain. '
Death of Mrs. Glymph.
Mrs. Mattie Crooks Glymph died of
pellagra at her nome at iriympnvme^
9c- \:onday fciid was at <hc
Glymphtfllle graveyard .Tuesday af- '*
ternoon at 5 o'clock, set v ;-e by th<Rev.
S. C. Morris, assisted by the Rev
D. P. <Boyd. Mrs. Glymph was a widow
60 years old and is survived by sev- .
eral grown son$ and daughters, and
three brothers?(Messrs. Dan, Joe and
Albert .Crooks. She was a consistent .
member of Mt. Pleasant Methodist J
S~A. L. MAKING FOB CHARLESTON
Great Road May Be Backing Com- *
pauy Just Commissioned.
Columbia, July 9.?Th; secretary of
State late today commissioned the
South aCrolina Western Extension i
company, which proposes to build a
railway from Florence to connect
with the Georgetown and Western
railroad at a point in Pee Dee township,
in Florence county. The total
length of the road is approximately
thirty-two miles, no portion of which ? '
has yet been constructed. J
According to the papers filed with
the secretary of State, the company
is to .have a capital of $625,000. The j
petitioners are George E. Dargan and
D. T. McKeithan, of Darlington, and t
Jam-es D .Evans, of Florence. It is
reported her that the Seaboard Air
Line railway is behind the projected <
road and that it is the ultimate aim
of the Seaboard to reach Charleston J9
hv this lin-e. The Seaboard controls
the South Carolina Western railway, fl
which extends from McBee to Flor- j9
ence, and it is thought that ?he South I
Carelkia Western Extension company I
is subsidiary to the South Carolina S