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BOILER I XPLOSION
KILLS MEN A i l MULE
John Wooil.v of I.aur?i ; nt: O?mt
Negroes of This < ouuty *
By the explosion o? the ' o
ton horse power ongiiu tit a .saw
four miles east of t!i city on the
San |y I ord road the McN'oil won >s
" <- '63 n???*- ? ; hi a an ! a hlUlc
wero instantly killed last Friday af
ternoon about one o'clock, and the
colorod manager of tbo machinery,
Elbert Shands, was seriously Injured.
Those who mot their death In sueh a
violent manner were John Woody of
Laureus, Wash McCreary and Mos.?
or Cheek Shands, farmers on M. ?.
Woody, a maehinisi of this city, had
boon engaged 10 do .some repair work
on the engino which together with the
saw mill out lit had just boon placed
at a new stand. The work completod
the engineer, Cheek Shands, had turn
ed on steam for the purpose of test
ing the engine when the explosion oe
Cttrred. The boiler parted at the
"waist" and the two Sections were
hurled in almost opposite directions
10(( yards or more. One portion, be
sides killing Cheek Shands, Woody,
the mule and injuring Elbert Shands
cut a good sized tree trunk in two
some ten feet above the ground and
passed over the piazza of Martin
Bonds' house, tearing away the shing
les of the cave of the dwelling. Mc
Creary, who was standing at the car
riage of the saw mill, was struck by
several projectiles of the other sec
tion. All were more or less horribly
Coroner R. O. Hairston was notified
and won! at once to the scene. Alter
viewing the situation, he expressed
the opinion that an Inquest was un
necessary. However, some present
thought otherwise and the Inquest
was proceeded with, a number of wit
nesses being examined. The verdict
of the jury was therefore, in accord
ance with the facta as substantially
given above. Or. W. 11. Dial conduct
ed the post mortem examination.
The accident attracted a large
crowd, many going from the city. The
deatli of .lohn Woody is particularly
regretted, for he was a useful man, a
machinist of considerable ability, and
withal highly respected by white and
black. For more than 2f> years he
li'ad been with ('apt. lt. II. Hudgens &
Sons, as foreman nnd all round man
in the operation of their ginnery nnd
other machinery plants.
Special Constables Appointed.
Mr. J. M. Lowe, or Cross I INI. and
Mr. A. It. Sullivan, former deputy
sheriff, have been appointed by tlov.
Ansel as special dispensary CODStabh
for Laureus county lor this year. Mr.
Lowe has served a year on this work,
while Mr. Sullivan succeeds Mr. Co
lumbus Owens In this capacity. The
new commissions were received las',
>ew Pythian Officers.
The newly elected Officers of Lau
i rens lodge K. of I', are as follows:
Thos. Downey. ('. C.J .llio, m. Cannon
v. c.; .las. a. Roland, Prolnto; Clifton
Jones, m. W.; c. a. Power, K. it. & S.;
J. i'. Tolbert, m. E.; W. 11. Sloan, M.
F.; F. D. Itarksdale. M. a.: Dick Ow
in^s. I- O. Only a part of this num
ber have been installed into their of
fices; the remaining ceremonies are
to take place nt an early date. The
LaurotlS Pythlnnt meet each Monday
The Rarksdale it nihil nr.
The corner building on the western
side of the square, owned by Mr. O.
D. Itarksdale. is undergoing some
slight Changes and bolng somewhat
improved. The front of the ro >m.
now occupied by Mr. .1. W. Payne, is
being repainted; the room, formerly
Occupied by the Western Fnion Co.. is
being renovated and fitted for occu
pancy by a mercantile business. This
room has not yet been rented, al
' though two firms have applied. II
;., possible that Mr. Itarksdale may
put in a new plate glass front.
The Payne Crecery Store.
Mr. .1. W. Payne, well and favorably
known in the buslnesB circles of the
City nnd county, has opened up a fnney
ami heavy grocery buslnoss in the
store room next the old Wertem
Union olllce. and the Palmetto bank.
Mr, Payne was for a number of years
at Simmons', and latterly nt Mlnter's:
hence he enjoys a wide* acquaintance
with the trading public. He has
rda ed an excellent stock of groeerlvH.
and ia now rendy to serv? all oorinn*.
HOUSE AT WATERLOO Rl'HNER.
Aiiss Lissa Pearce Loses House and
Effects? Robbery Suspected*
V.'t ? .?';)!. ?,. is.- Last night nt 11
o'clock the hon of Mrs. Lissa Pearce
v; ? totally ?<- ?<' ? y livo, to
Lici furniture nnd
household <.' i. Mrs. Por.rco oc
cupied houso with hor son. Mr.
M. .f. Pearce. tuid neither was at
- vd ' he
..nine i- on 01 L.e landmarks of Ihe
town, is ii:! pai up Iii Revolutionary
times, strong and roomy. This lot..;
will fall heavily on Mra. Pearce, as
there is only uivtlal Insurance,
The cause ui 'in- fire is not known,
i. i' It in ti.ougi i io nave been robbed
.??mi tin n si t on t re.
VARIETY Of IM KMOV. MilVS.
Marriage of Mr. II. A. Knight to Miss
Fa iiule Ralentine?Personals.
Harmony. Jan. 15.?Mr. Alfrod
Hughes of Pickens has bought Mr. G.
B. Taylor's farm near Mi. itethel, and
is moving to it; wo are glad to wel
como him in our community.
Mrs. Texie Knight, widow of tho
late .1. 1). Knight, has routed her farm
to Mr. Mattison and has moved to the
Col. McCollough farm up in Greenville
Mr. Lnrkin Hughes of Pickens is
visiting relatives in this community
for two or three weeks.
Rev. J. A. Hughes and .las. P. Davis
spent last week in Pickens.
Wo are told there i: a good crop of
rabbits this year; some ot our boys
got together olio day last week to
thin them out, but killed only twenty
seven. Tins did not satisfy them, so
some of them went a Utile while the
next morning and killed ten more.
Mr. Den A. Knight, son of Mrs.
Texie Knight, after moving his mother
up to Greenville, enmo back and rob
bed this community of one of its fair
est young ladies, Miss Pailllie Ralen
tine. They were married at the
home of tin." bride's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Warren C. Ralentine, in the af
ternoon, with only the relatives to
witness the ceremony, which was per
formed by Rev. (J. w. Sexton of
Princeton. The young couple left
immediately for their fntUl'0 home in
Greenville. The community is sorry
to see Miss Pantile leave as. she will
be missed, especially in the Sunday
school at Harmony.
y.v, I'eailu'istone, V; e-i'ro I lent.
At Ihe regular annual meeting of
the Sltue Rat" association in Columbia
last week, Hon. c. C. Peatherst?ho of
this city with elected one of tho vieo
tresideiit? <.-' tho association. On
? eveni! I . ai the annual ban
quet, Mr. Poaliierstono rcspondod to
Our Vi and Swoethearts?
"Rut, o ye lords of ladles intellec
Inform us truly, have they not hen
pecked you all ?"
Tim Lauren* Representatives,
Messrs. Hoyd. Irby and Sullivan, of
.he Laureus delegation to the House
of Representatives have been placed
on the following committees: R. D.
Royd, Agriculture. Roads, Rridges and
perries. Mines and Mining (Chairman).
w. c. Irby, Jr., Incorporations, Pub
lic schools. Legislative Library.
.1. D. Sullivan. Commerce and Man
ufactures. Industrial Improvements.
Offices and Oalcers, F?deral Relations.
Auditor WcCravyN VsslstnnL
Mr. Ohas. W. McCravy, anditor-elect
of the county, announces thai he has
appointed Mr. Clarence k. Uammott
to be his assistant in the office work.
Mr. Hammed is at prosonl book
keeper in the oil mill of Ibis city, and
is reputed an accounted of considera
ble ability. Mr. McCravy goes into
OfllCO in March, at which lime Mr.llnm
metl will resign his present position
and lake up the new work.
Carnival Sale at Hopkins'.
Reginning last Saturday and con
tinuing still is the great carnival sale
at Hopkins' dry goods and ten cents
stores. Glancing over the full page
advertisement on another page, one
will readily see that there Is going on
a real carnival in prices, Much
merriment and profit to the lucky
ones was caused Monday afternoon
by the novel advert Ising seheine exe
cuted by Mr. Hopkins. Little bal
loons were let loose from the top of
the building, each attached to it 11
ticket good for some article in the
store. The boys and girls had n
gay time chasing these balloons and
securing the tickets.
fok tue week eni)
Improvements Projected into tho Neu
Vear?Lee's Natal Ray Celebrated
?Other Xews .Notes.
Clinton) Jan. 18.?Among tho im
provements in Clinton is the paving
around the hotel which Mr. W.' II.
Workman, the proprietor, has re
cently liad laid.
M. S. Dailey & Sons, and The .). W,
Copeiaild Co. have Just closed "annual
white sales," which were very success
ful and showed that business has
bright prospects this year.
Tho paving of the streets, install.i
tion of electric lights, and putting in
of plate glass fronts and show win
dows In many of the stores has trans
formed the business section of Clinton.
The Stephen 1). Leo Chapter. United
Daughters of the Confederacy, will
celebrate tho birthday of Robert F.
Leo with appropriate exercises to
night, the chief feature of the occa
sion being the conferring of crosses
j of honor.
Mrs. \V. J. Dailey is arranging for
the presentation of the popular can
tata, Esther, by local talent, sometime
in February. This Scriptural play
has been presented twice In Clinton
already, but It has been sometime ago:
and that It will draw an appreciative
andiene*' again is indicated by many
expressions of approval of the selec
tion. Tho entertainment will be un
the auspices of the Ladies' Aid Socie
ty of the First Presbyterian church,
find the proceeds will go to the pipe
organ fund. The organ is to be pur
chased as soon as a selection can lie
The Presbyterian College of South
Carolina is experiencing the "Frat
War" which has been fought in so
many colleges. One student has al
ready been sent home, it is reported,
on account of leading the non-frnt
element into acts of lawlessness and
defiance of the faculty, and tho use
fulness of tlie literary societies is be.
ing ruined by this petty warfare.
The board of trustees will probably
feed forced to take notice of the matter
and possibly mal o a ruling on ii in
Mr. II. L. Scaife, Who has ne t with
great success in his mining operations
left tor Mexico last week, accompanied
by Mrs. Scaife ami their three child
The many friends of Mrs. Tom Lit
Jo will be distressed to hear of hoi
sudden and serious Illness. On Sun
day she. with her family, dined at tie
home of Mr. and Mrs. .). 1'. Little She
has been in frail health lor long
lime, but not really ill. ami this seiz
ure was a shock to every on.-.
The .News From Ibibiin Crock.
Rabun, Jan. 18.?Hev. E, ('. Watson
preached a very tine sermon Sunday
afternoon, his text being the four
teen chapter of Luke. 18th, 19th,20th
Mr. Watson will not preach at Ha
bun during the month of Febuary as
the church has given that month for
vacation, but the service.; will be car
ried on by some one.
Mr. c. ii. Roper of Laureus was m
Rabun Sunday afternoon.
Mr. John Boyd of (ireenville Hpi III
Friday night with .Mr. T. F. llabb.
Mr. Samuel Holt and wife of Texas,
who have been visiting his parents,
returned home last week.
Mr. Vance, of Chandler, visited bis
brother. Mr. Zeb Vance, several days
Mr. and Mrs. Claude YVa.sson of
Friendship were visiting her mothor,
Mrs. Rebecca Owens, Sunday.
Mr Clarence McDaniel of Mt. Pleas
ant was in the Friendship community
Senator Whorton on six Committees.
In the appointment of committees
in the Senate last week appear the
Hon. .inn. ii. Wharton, committee
on Agriculture, committee on Penal
and Charitable Institutions, committee
on Immigration, committee on Peni
tentiary, committee on Public Lands.
To Address Ronen Path v. M, P. \.
Hon. C. C. Featherstone of this City
has been Invited to deliver an address
to the Young Men's Christian Asso
ciation of Honen Patll on Sunday af
ternoon, of January 31 st. ThlsSoung
men's association Of this growing
town lb one of the most nourishing in
tho State; Indeed, it has a remarkable
membership and is a powerful force
, in the life of (he t< YVu.
CITV DEUVEKV F015
HUKENS Tili VE It
Congressman Johnson Writes Letlorj
Stalin;; I'lial lie W HI Tush tit:
.^tii11<? in Washington.
President II K. Alken of the Cham
bor of Common o has rccolved a letter
from Congressman Johnson assuring
tin' clt> of Lauivns of Iiis support in
tho effort i?) neouro city delivery ol
mails for this year. .Mr. Johnson
says: "I will go in work nnd havo
free del Ivory established in Laureus;
nnd will ask tho Treasury Depart
ment to proceed with nil convenient
speed i:i tho matter of tho erection ol
it may be of in lores) to stale in this
connection that Mnj. Urackett, iu&pcc.
tor of postoflice sites wns in Abbeville
on Mondu.v : ami while there Is no an
iiouncemcut to that effect, in all like
lihood he v. ill come on to l. lurens this
week to select a silo lor the HOW
Mit. JAS. F. McUOYt VN HEAR.
Former Citizen of Laureus Mies in lit.
cnvta Practiced La? Here.
Jas. F. McG?wan. for many years a
prominent citizen of \ugustn ami om
of tho best known cotton iv in tin
United States, died at his i . ??<
in this oitv (-.irly this luoi'llii ..
Mr. MoGowan was born Laureus,
in I8G5 and ha. many relatives in ili<
upper pan of South Carolina, who will
sincerely regret to hear of ins death.
His father was C'iipt Horner L. Mr
Gowan, of Laureus, a gallant sotdlei
in t he el\ il wa r.
With Mr. McGowtui ai the lime "i
his death were his mother, Mrs. Julia
F. McGowan. and his brother, P, II.
McGownn, a Washington nowspnpol
His wife i: a daughter of Col. L. II
Charbonnier, formerly of tho Univer
sity of Georgia. His other m ar rela
tives are ids sisters, Mrs .\. L, Whin
of Sparlauburg, and Mrs. Host Met!
Can ley <?! Atlanta, and bis brother,
Pn> Inspector Samuel McGowan,
United States navy, now .? t Naples
with tho Atlantic fleet.?Cor. to News
ami Courier, Jan. I?.
Mr. M< Cowan, at one Ihne pn i lined
law in l.atirena, lie - . n Ill's I cousin
of Hon. F. P. McGowatl of 11:is < It}
and a relative of the Millers at Cross
Farmers' Union F.leet o.':ice ..
Pile i .ntii'oiis < Umnty I- n rinen
Union met Friday Iii khe Court i! aba
and reorganized for another year b>
j.b? election Of Ollleers as follow:-.
President; II. J. <!. Curry; vloo-prosl
dent, L. 'i*. Siioll: secretary kind treas
urer, P. T. inmlap: Chaplain an bti i
ness agent, J. Wad. Vtldersoii; con
dUCtOV, T. Ti Wood; dool'kcep r, W,
F. Cray. Messrs Wade Anderson
and li. J, G. Furry wore elected dele
gates to the meeting of the state con
volition on January U0 in Columbia.
Judge (>. c. Thompson, who is a
staunch member of the Union stated
that the Laureus County fanners arc
enthusiastic members of the organ!
Zillion and 'hat they are loyal sup
porters of the moveim-nt . ho eousid
ers prospects bright for this year.
Judge Willis' f'liiinces Good.
Judge IllChard 0. Walls has Ihe
endorsement of several localities, as
rcpersentod by Ihe various bar:
in his candidacy for n sent on the
Surpreme bench, in iiddillon to
those already noted in The Adver
tiser, CollolOIl Cheraw lltid Darling
ton are added to the list
odd Fellows' Officers Installed.
The following officers of Calhoun
Lodge No. IT. I (). 0. F. Were install
ed on January Cth, by District Deputy
Grand Master, w. ii Gllkeraon, Jr.
W. It.Cunningham. \. G.l it. .1
Franks. V. G.| It S. TeinplotOll, Sec.;
II. 'Perry. Treas : JllO. A. Martin. War
den; (i. Il, Fox Conductor; Dick Ott
ings, I. G ; W, lt. Brown, 0. (Li Wory
Arrowood. It. s., N. (l.; O. X. Pranks,
L. s.. N. G.i W. il. Gilkerson, Jr., it
S.. \'. G.l W. C Winters. L. S . V. G :
J, fl. tleil Jam 111, Chaplain: William
Jamison, R. S. s.; J, it. Pago, L, s. s
The llllh Sale.
Mr.Suboinick, proprietor of the Peo
ples' Store, has bought the 'lock of
goods owned i>> iho Huh and sold un
der execution. Todn.v the old .'land
will bO opened and the goods sold at
considerable sacrifice en the original
cost. Note the advertisement of il is
sale on another page.
Mrs. James 10. Mlnter of Sodnlln is
the guest of Mi-:. N II. Dial on Main
li.U'Ui'NS .\1 KV 11 (MUSTS U'TIVI
llcvivill Meetings 1111(1 OrglUlisuiftoil til
( uinvh nt V, tis Mills.
An unusually Successful revival
meeting eloseil Sunday night :.i :.<
Hohnes Motiiodlsl church of Hits elty
I.'jion 1 hi arrival here. II; > new pastor
iiov. s. I'. MeCarly. began tili ..?
.an ; al> ii to revive and pieh (in .
the work among il < mill i .?? >
tcity. To (ids end, ho s, en.. .
services of Itev. \V. l\ Varborough ol
Lees ill and Uov. liny Anderson 01
Laun iis, in a series of revival service
wit ltd i have resulted III much Rood ;?
tho Holmes church, ami in the varlou
other churches of (ho eominunli.v
something over fifty conversions \.. r?
had. (her?! botllg ten accessions in tin
The mill peoplo raised tin' neal sun
of fifty dollars to dofniy tit.- expense
of tho meeting.
Pastor MeOnrly announce thai ;
lei'los of ihootfngs was i> : mi in (h<
Watts mil! school auditorium Mond ?
afternoon til o'eioek, ami will <>?;:
Untie lor teil days; services lo h<
held each alternoon id ?' o'clock i
each evening ?II 7:!l(i o'elbek. in
Varhorougii and Anderson will do
;>:?< nchlhg. It will he of i
(lie pabtlc in know Hint .\ir. M <
lias organized a M ihodisi chuni
Wat s mills, preaching in thai elm
oil il;'' Second and Koiirtli Sunda
!? Ettal s '.hat ihO pI'OSp '.'Is !'.;:? Ml
odb in ;?: Dial point are bright hid
ami ,!: i ho \\ i! 1 soon have
employ assistance in work.
:-!? t'liny at pr?ftenj has four ehiir
i s: Leesvlile, Sandv spi lug: . Hoii
Uriel- Hems from
I Ikoin, .Ian. !'.?. Alter
? cild weal her we ai ?
Mi's. I.i.ii t uiherl ii
. I \< lor t ho jii'i i few i
Itcbot ctu, Iii.!? ihiughi
Mis. lOdgar McDiillldl ii
\'. <? lU'O glad Im i cpoi'l i
soon have a bridge h ei; :,;
ml big ih.- iii.l'i'. ' \v|'(
jr. Liither Coopi i ?
Don visited Hi\ .1.
lessrs. (Soy ..ml Irl
t Inn .Meeliui1' tit. (j a I'surlier < linn
The i'nioii meet lug of ?bi- Sccoii
and Third dlvl inns of ii" l/iiuren
liaptlst Association will inoot ,i
tin? Mt. (inllaghi (? olinn ii <"i Januar
i. :10: ilnd !U, hex I; The i'oliowiu
pi i tram has been arranged i
i 'riday, 11 a. in I nt rodiu lory
moil, by lto\. w 11. IImune it <?i
Afternoon .III iMealion: I. It
source. "- I low obtained :;. Th
i'Videnees; Y. II Iiuris, ?. (", j)rowi
T. I!. Drown . tU \, .1. (). Marl in.
S:.t ii rdlij . 11': !!0 a. in. DoVOI ion;
Oxerel ' s by Die pastor.
il. Martin. I'. 1.. ?raihblctl UOV, V
U'teriiooli Show tlr.i <
. is,,, ion may I >ad to sin Of eon
mlsiilon. M. w. Dili. d.i.hi Coopi
c I;. Dobo. Ilev. 0. M. Sexton.
Sunday. II a. in Mis ionai>
avoii l y n< \. I-:. 0. VVnlson.
Ii. Y. Oil bertson, lor Com
ilanlillii, President Pre I'ei i.
Don William L. Mhuidln of Ore .
Vi lie was eloetcd president pro (en
liiii'e nt ihi- Senate, (h? oMieo former!
M. M. Maim of Abbeville Wa el
rierkj defeating I'ldltorii HeCnmp ai
Aull, of (laffuey and NewbolTy, r
spectivoiy. Th.' clerkship v.a. fo
hieilj held by Geh It. IL ih mpl 111
Abhe\ iib>. now doeci d,
Milter's lb il Tag Salci
in today's paper, the opening en
?lay oi their famous Hod Tap. Sal
Just at this time of the year the
a number of fine bargains on re i .
all sides; in the search for
will pay our readers to \isii Mintor
a fi W
S ViJI ! AVION
IS EVIDENT IIEHK
I I 11." I II) IlilVV Pispon
*-.;i ii ? ipiMii il Discussed.
Senator vYImrton's VIIHude.
I.iisl vi ? i*'s AdviM'ilHcv coulalnod
.in edtto '.;l hrtiele < n the ro-opohliig
....... eil . in I.aureus, by
\i of thi i.i glsluliiro, slating
. . ? rl would very llkol} bo
mad lo Rcl ! hin upcchtl logislnl Ion
Ii. \i iin ? M The Advert her
? mini : :.!> v\ Uli Ii ?ii:i? ?u' Hu> three
invsontnllves will Introduce the hill,
ill ii.: ii la determined no (o do, nor
? !: wition will bit Intidu 61 It,
A i ii . I.owi >? r. iiM'ii a report thill
liie bill was going lo he introduced,
The Advertiser oil yesterday wired
???' ii Ho'- Whailon i!h' following ln
i|itir.\ : Solimur .Inn. II. Whaiton,
Cnlltllthig, S, C. Luurchs, .t|U|, 19th:
v. il! bill to i.ii dispensary be in
troduce ii? if ; i>. by whom? Will you
Wile i ply."
:' mil.. ? Wlinrlon imuieditilely wired
Laurent! \.:\ ri i ier, Laureus.
S. ' . Columbia, .1 aii. llMh; If hill
! W ill llill il in Ihe Sen
? 'iiaioi Whartoii does not
iVliot el or not Hie hill
i i ? introduced, or whether any
lop e i-ulnt ives will make
? inpori rlly i '? open the
in oi il . In iii ipoSO of tlio
odi . i "ii ri her. Senator
i| ll(> sure Of his gnu:ml
low .Hi.-.: nali will do wll h i lie
' ? \ i ? likely, be has made a
of l . bodj. and I : certain flint
im ii i defeat even if
i oi is l in I.uiirent!
(I n!ay Ho\
K < i ,-i dirge Hin?ber
? ? ? a |)i-tilioh which express
? ii- . iii In- ila- pro
mi nil nl lihi i i hal io re-open
? . i a; ? ivotild in- ii sad error
.1 wo lid re nl' in untold harm.
I ili Note To our ItcprcHcilla
i n i
i'aI v lieiiibly Who
Ihiiy . '.an ??? tu Bei ibis; Will yon dare,
In 'i,.,: the majority of
our people (mi id* innod, ami by their
. Itn lib an i lie llonrtl \gnin.
Iii, ll!lH been iip
i.i d of oduea
icxpircd lerin of
11 n l.ii.-.i-d in (iiiiTney. 'Iho
iippn, " is for i In- lull I \\ ri
in <. Ill b" - some Ihne in
or earl} iimihei The
nenl of Mr. Hiibb will give
iierai satisfaction a. h<- is fa
. 11 ? ? dill Ich i if i lie posit inn.
? n ed in t lid board for Bevern I
? I'm t-i Ihe ,'lppnllltinclll nl'
lobsoii and I. II. I'll I edge Iwo
(Ink Grote I'ersoiuils,
i i. in nod ><i Hi arlitiihura last
C e Miintlelliliid, a graduate
Coi .,!?? Mux well orphanage,
?I ? |ei i d a ;s Islaill teacher of
? i| i:. !.. itlakely spent
?y 11 h who has been
nvlile for a niiinber
mite in Columbia
Mil fjlii Ih'U ? '. ii ed in I .aureus
minimi im! lo hi Probed.
. |Utit; n. |! Is recalled thill
. : in .:. letmiiu! ? I aji Iftvosilftatiort.
The DiM'o-liiipet' ( ". Sale*
It* mill etui sale
lo i ? n Sat unlay of
tile has been going
, i aj . hilt there remain
i,'in.In i i i exedllehi and enticing
i' ah- close. Saturday.
reswell Fleming, returned on
i,i n two week's hunt at
. hin out homo in Greenwood county.