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SHENEY MH<E'S P?L
HELD IN ATLANTA
Prisoner Says He Was
Here In January
SAW STONE SHOT DOWN
Vcggtunu Hold in Uliiiitn on C-Iitir|C<<
of Kohhliti! Pioridu Postoftlec
Solicitor It. A. Cooper 's lu receipt
of a lettur froth Postofllce Inspector
linrdy T. Gregory, relativ?' to n yegg
mnu. with a IUI 111 l>01" of "alias,.-..'' now
held hi Atlanta Federal prison on the
charge of robbing tho postolllce in
DonIfay, Florida, on December U2nd,
of last year, The purport <n' tin* let
ter Is to advl.se that the man confesses
(i have been with "Shency Mike" or
Charley Silas, whatever bis name was.
in l.aarens on tho night of January
.Mb when Policeman Stone was kill,
ed; ami to rennest the solicitor to in
stitute any proceedings necessary to
bring lb*' mat, to trial in this district.
Mr. Gregory writes ihe prisoner's
names as: ".lames .Martin.' "Prank
Harris," "George Wallace," "George
Davis," and Wally.''
Solicitor Cooper returned Saturday
morning from Atlanta where he bad
a conference with Inspector Gregory]
relative to the matter. When seen1
by Tho Advertiser reporter, Mr. Coop
er stated tin.I the Atlanta prisoner j
says he was within six feet of the
sei ue of that memorable and deadly
combat in the Laurent railroad yards
in January; bin as to participating in
tllO light nt all. ii*? had nothing to say.
Mr. Coopor staled that tho I.aureus
authorities had im? legal means by
Which Mu y can handle the prison* l',
and that it will he Impossible to bring
ititu lo this district lor trial.
Inspector Gregory is nut positive
? hat lie has sufficient evidence to con
viel .Martin on the 'Bonlfay charge;
and if not. lie has one ?ither charge to
bl'iUg. I tut it was his desire to bring
him to Luurens I:' possible.
Wild l>":.-s Near (lie City.
Mr. ("aas. W. McCt'nvy of this city
tolls Tho Advertiser of R tribe of wild
dogs that InhabttO tho river bnuk^j
near town. Mr...McCravy was out on
i his farm, n mile and a half west of
the city. Sin.'lay afternoon, and white
walking around Over the Heids heard
the cry of some animals under a bl'USb
heap in a gulley. I'poit Investigation
he found thai the cries entile from a
litter of pups, Just a few days old.
The mother dog was wild, and could
not he approached. Inquiring into
t'n<' matter, Mr. McCravy finds thai
there is a whole tribe of these wild
dogs in that section and further down
on the river. Mr. Ambrose Hudgens
has often chased these untamed canine
with his own hounds, hut has never
been able to catch one of them.
}\ r. Henderson Suffers Accident.
Mr. John Henderson, street overseer
for the city, suffered a painful ncei
denl Monday morning in attempting
to handle and tu OVO an oltl pump at
the power house. Mr. Henderson's
hand was badly mashed ami one linger
had to be amputated.
A JOLLY XKAKl'KlSti PARTY.
People ot Friendship t omiirtinlt) I?:t:?<?
>Iou< j for School.
Friendship, April Is.?A few (lays
Rgo a measuring party was given by
Friendship school, at the he.!!!" of Mr.
W, m. Caldwell. Every om brought
"half as many cents us Inches they
wore taH." After the game of the
evening, n floral love tab', ;oe cream
und cake were served. A nice lltilo
sum was realized, which will be spetu
for the Improvement of t!.? school
yard and toward tho closing exor
cises of tho school, which will i hd
Mr. au<! Mrs. Hellnms and Miss
Lillian Spilth of Honen I'm! . havo
been on U visit in Mr. and Mrs. R. 11.
Mr. .). C. Wasfcdp of Laurens has
been spcpdlng seve ral days al I Is old
Miss Minnie Caldwell has beer,
spending several days with !?? r broth
er, Mr. W. M. Caldwell.
Last Friday afternoon sev< ral of
the patrons gathered at the school,
where K?ster exercises were held.
The Friendship Literary Society car
ried out iiii Laster program, after
which the children enjoyed an egg
Delegates to Knoree Presbytery.
At a meeting of the First Presbyte
rian church last Sunday Mr. \V. T.
Dor rob was appointed as the eider
delegate to tie l-htoree Presbytery,
with the Rev. ('has. I\ Ratlkin. pastor.
The Knoree Presbytery km : last night
in (ireehvitle, ami will continue its
sessions today. Messrs. Rankin and
I )orr< i left yesterday.
My Bread Wagon will now
in.ike the rounds of the city as
formerly, but will not charge
tickets, Patrons may get bfead
with cash or with tickets, out
tickets must be sec?red from out*
st?re, it they are to be charged.
Patrons will govern themselves!
J. S. Bennett
Chamberlain s Cough Remedy
Cures Colds. Crouyotiil Whoopinu Coitizh.
When you buy a ton of our Stover, you get: j
500 lbs of first-class Fodder; 300 lbs of Shucks;I
1200 lbs Stalk, Pulp and Tassel. All nicely cured, 1
shredded and baled. 8
$10.00 per ton, in ton lots.
$12.00 per ton d< livered within 5 miles.
Phone No. 44
Laurens, S. C.
George <3l Cain Bros.
The n< west thing forthe parlor
maid is ihe black cloth duster. its
virtue lies in the fact that tho dust
which it collects from furniture clings
to the cloth ami docs not in; Into tin
air, They also conic made into bags
to cover brooms for dusting walls.
They arc black, but washable.
Simpson, Cooper cS; Babfc
Attorneys at Law.
Will practice in all State Courts,
prompt attention given to all busini -
'^^^ ^^^^^ We want your trade is why we make these Red Hot Prices. Our motto, Big Sales and ^^^^
5mall Profits, this has made the Red Iron Racket grow and expand into 5 large stores. All j||jj
^^j) celling More Goods for Same Money. Same Good5 for Less Money. P^^.^ v^vf
j^S; IiIM 'Come quick! Goods don't stay here long. Red Hot Prices are moving the goods. *^i*>
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fe'l? Red Hot Prices Red Hot Prices Red Hot Prices Red Hot Prices j Red Hot Prices T?sk
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\MwW 25 cts Table oil Cloth 4 r- *** ? 1500 Search Light Match- t f\ fa?;.:'
Jsffi>i\ K, I Hoi Price . I ?> es at Red Hot Price . & U SS^*.
GS .60 ?2#X&$r* ? hCre j BOc BJggy Whip, Rod Hot 30 10c ff ty yard wWo porcaie, Rod ? .O^^jjlUk
PWf XI _ 10c plug Baby Ruth Tobacco Pc 10c lb. Epsom Salts Wide awake buyers buy here. Dead ' fA ,\ .
SWn' 25c Menens or Collates | $2>75 3poumlsfor head buy anywnere. " 5 cte Can Good Luck ^4
rSi*w I alcuin Powders for . 1 Baking Powders for .Vt- rttft^j/
vlF/Jfr ,. , . ? ? . ,, 15c plug Thorough Bred Tobacco 10c lOc pound Sulphur 5c We are dollar awoppers.merchandiso
?<LS~.* p,in lot ol Mower Puts, Red Hot _ ? ,,,,,,, -? movers, originators oi Red Hot Prices. Pito (Vfn<rnn <;non >rx ^ ?<3^%t
toffi? p ? j j i,? ? _ , . Ml, 8 Balls Thread, Red Hot 5c 25c Linen Window Shade 18c Red Iron Racket. V? * K Soap /^j SJfc'?
IJ^.W 1 nrc: H.ih gallon 5c ts One . [<c.u n,,t |>:KX. . \J $PJ?
jHji gallon 10 cts; Two gallons at ?c package Washing P.wder 4c 50c Linen Window Shade 39c 25c per lb. Black Pepper, Red Hot 15c
f?)lj.? ? . 1 Needles, Pins, Key chains, Collar S) ... , r dou., r,ft. ,?, , , , 7 Cakes of Octagon Soan f* ftLiw? ?
\nm,\\ .?o cent> each. Rations, Hair Pins " l When you come to I.aureiis you don't ,, . . . . . ? ? ' I11? Kff.'-.\
?^?Nfl t , ? ,,(??..,,, have to WKAR OUT vour Shoe Soles KCuJiotlllcc , ^ . hr \ei
Just received a big shipment $1.00 Large Framed Pictures 69c 81 p' ' l?uar's *"'c looking for bargains, Just step in the , . f% rmt?\l)
SSGft of Plates, Cups and Saucers from ti 50 Larce Framed Pictures 98c 1 lb. can Air Float Talcum Pow- Red iron Racket where the bargains 2 Dig Lakes of Soap Aq W/K .
?^L^? ? 1 ?i.?u LArgi 1 ?<* ders, highly perfumed 23c look at you anyway you turn. Come Red Hot Price ?^L^s* *
Eto'wBt .1 bnsted Potterv. Micsc goods ,? . ??, (, ,..and see. tiS&fil'
^?TdL holograph riarne Ra Rum> ,;,m, for U)(> an(j ISf^W.
T^jX nrc worth 75cts to $1.00 ^? q B0c Photograph Frame 39c skin 10c and 24c 1 Nice Bleached Ladies'Vest 5c 12 big Cakes of Soap 7^31
!-r set. Red Hot price ."tCF SusjH.n(k.rs> K<.,, ?ot e. Red Hot ,v RKD HOT I lot Pi iee for
}5Kn Vi : :l t; . . ? :,, su,pende,,. Red Hot 25c $5.00 Suit Case, Hemlock $4.25 Vn^,^^^l^ 25 fresh Nutmegs A -
^ ^u? s,04 25c Silk Ties, Special 15c 15c can Pink Sal.n 9c j ^P* ^ 2 1* Red Hot Price for .u5 ^(
fet?; 35c Silk Ties, Red Hot 24c Scan, for 25c j Get'em while they're hot. 3 sticks Good Luck Bluing /x - fet^
>*^/5 l*otorico Cigars (straight Sl.OO pair Ladies Gold i'ront Cull" Our do soes betfts other |.pie's } Ladies Nico Hemmed Handker- Red Hoi Price for '
(jJJM tobacco) Rc.l Hot .UZ lms j chiefs, white 2c
/^?uA 25c Elastic Belts, Red Hot ?1.50 Ladies'lino Shirt Waist, Rod I 10 lb. Lump Starch, Red Hot Be Best Spool Cotton made, (6 cord) ?^5\f\
(lilW/ Si.oc> bottles liest Patent ?q ' ; $20.CO Drop Head Sowing Machine, Willimnntic 5 cts each ~ r~ fiB'.V/
3^ Medicines, Red Hot . / V 518 ??c^i^l cuaranu'.i^ye:. . ?5c Ladies'Shirt W. 60c | Guaranteed 12 years for $12.97 6 spools for .25 $?*A\
'tiVfifr , mix,, lilgin or Waltham, $11.37 ?c Ginghams, Red Hoi 6c ! 10c yard Percal. 7c fe/Sj^
V;^ ; ? " .42 ?^?s?'.'u ^?^.?~?.. ;. .,; ^?pwdo JO |^
? Ml Po."". l.Vm llell 04 ??? ??-?? ^".^"o^. c,.ui '' i .s $"8 Shoe I'ol.sl,, Rod Hot ' ft? Wj^j
Cil#)/ Soda (best inadej ? \J * $1.25 pair Ladies Shoes Red Hot, white or tans $1.25 \ $3.50 Men's Shoes $2.98 Prices, 5 cents and ,U? ^
^ 6 foot Buggy Whip Special lot men's line Fur Hats. j $1.00 Men's Shoes $3.48 $00 Search Light Matches f\A 5^55
W<GL ''? l'ricc.Z? Ruggy Whip, Red Hot Tim ?? i a" ? are wor.h .si to I Nie, :.a:d Rleaching Red Hot Price foi .U4
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?*8^n We are located completely out of the High-Priced District, 208 West Laurens.St., 2 stores, one on each side of the street. Don't spend a red cent $
^0 until you get to tin
m Red Iron Racket n
?^8Sn a]vi y?u Wear the smile that never conies off^aud when you ^et hack home with the Goods your sweet wife and children will smile and he happy.
J. (J. Burns & Company?Five Red Iron Racket Stores?2 Laurens, l Spartanburg, I Greenwood, 1 Anderson, S. ('.