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POLICE TAKE A HAND
i.'aino Between Pre>b}torluns and the
Newberrj College liroken I p
by Disgraceful ( onduct.
Clinton, .May 4.?tr? most disagree
able game of baseball seen on tin- lo
cal diamond in many years was played
between the Presbyterian College or
South Carolina team and the Newberry
College team yesterday afternoon. For
a great many years there has been
more or less unpleasant feeling be
tween these two teams und several
tirr.es quarrels am! disputes have
arisen over their games. The last
game the Presbyterians played In
i Newberry they felt that they had been
unfairly Heated but took their medi
< ne lik" then. Yesterday afternoon,
Newberry came up to play the third
game of this season with Clinton,
bringing ;i strong crowd of '"rooters."
Prom the first it was t lain that trOtt
t "?> was brewing. Newberry kicked
on sevi ra.1 decisions of the Umpire
end apparently tried <> carry their
point by bluillng; Sir. 13. II. Hull,
who umpired t'\< gi :. ?? v< y fult'lj and
> refulty, refused to be drawn Into
It! y < otitt'OVi i'sy (Hid ih every ease
i where they pushed ?':<::? dissatisfac.
lion to the point ot protest ho cited
t " rule I to tin m. Mh Teuch
?o?zer, the Newberry eoaeh. at one
(line so '.<>-' bis temper i-s id Hing a
; .*..? hook inio the intleld during an
Inning. One of the Clinton men po
litely removed It. !:i fact, after it
i ? 'umo evident % that the Newberry
rattled and angi y tlie Clin
adl< <i ci<\> :. alter mak
vvPid ami costly errors in the
ugs, Liegau to '..mid out a
: ? . >? was knock
? . " e seeon
Ii . ti trim lie could probably have
wild with ;.:.!.?: the dirty playlhg
(., N( wherry's hrfd-basemain rushed
Ioward him asking why he tripped
MeCUtchedn. A policeman and a
number of men made to: these iwo.
The (lrst-basemaii cursed Coach ^>Mi
t'ev whereujtoti the pdlieernuti ordered
le produced bond money, everybody
, . . ?
???!} kef' tl
. lies out of
AT RABUIN CREEK
Church lloucrs tin Mentor) < ?i Two
hcueons, Messrs, Woods und
Khuntatcv Excellent Music.
On lust Sunday morning. May 2nd.
at Kalma Cr< k church, memorial ser
vices were held in com me rat Ion of the
lives and gcud work of Messrs. James
.1. ShUmaU and Martin \V. Woods, for
many years deacons of that church
ami active church workers. There
was a large crowd m attendance upon
this service, many ol whom were from
Laurens. The mush- lor the day was
splendid, and vt>s thoroughly enjoyed
by the largo congregation.
Mr. Martin W. Woods was bom July
11th. I$81', and died March Ll;-t. INOS;
.Mai. .las. ii. Shumate was born Oct.
2?th, IS21 and died March 28th. ll'Ofl.
All their lives, during their residence
in the Rahun community, hot!, these
men wore actively engaged in all the
work of the church, thoroughly de
voted to the cause, and examples of
uprightness and honesty. Some one
said of Maj. ShumaP : "lie is the best
man I ever knew."
The services on Sunday morning
were begtin With a song by a Choir
from Laurens, ? insisting of Mrs. M.
].. Roper, Mrs. <Po. S. McCravy and
Messrs. M. 1.. Rop< :\ c. H, Hicks, H
<;. Franks. W. P. Thomuson ami
Frank McCravy. The pastor of the
church. Rev. i: i". Watson, then made
a very feeling address in which he
eulogized the departed deacons ami
referred t<> ?:? dead 01 tin* church,
those who had departed this life dur
ing bis pastorate p( ||ye . ears. Since
Mr. Watson has beep at Reblin there
have been thirty deaths. Following
the address hy the pastor, short talks
were made hy Messr 11 II. Mahon.
I.. II. Roper ami W. \. laldwin, who
reviewed the works of .Messrs. Woods
and Shumate hi connection with the
church and paid tribute to their con
secrated endeavors. Messrs. IS. W.
Sligall. stoho :,. holt, and .hin 1 1).
SUlllvatl mad ? brief, yi r ling, ad
particularly to the wai* records of
wen- ibe mp.*t impressive that have
be n !:< Id lit Rabiui i'i recent years.
Tu Vid (Mil Soldiers' Home.
At a meeting <d the Daughters of
the Confederacy of this city oil Mon
day afternoon, ti re<piest was made
(lint the people of l.nurens assist in
furnishing one < : the room* at the old
soldiers' home in Columbia. \s is
known, the home of the Old. deCrephl
veterans is about complete now, and
all that is lacking is rurtilshings for
the rooms. I .(I urens should furnish
one room hoi the furniture but the
furnishings, s-.ahs bed clothing, win
dow shades, en tains rilg ; h 1 stich
like. The daughters fire endeavoring
to gel hp n good bn> to send to Collins
pot-ed to gjvC lie Soul lO I *'. F.
Trollej ?-iirvi j - t
ierUrbttu elect ? ><? ;, . I
ollices at (ir< eilt til0. :
conhucrcc and the III
together with ? sitil itei
ability his n
.?. ?. \ utitottonui \ m k :pi:.
\> r. - Sccrentrj of Uleun-l.owr) Mfg.
Co. oi* \\ It it mir?'.
Tuesday's Newberry Observer gives
an account of a smt tragedy at. Whit
mlre, which in nan Is as follows:
Mr. .las. K .Yui'borough ol Whit,
mire committed suicide In Iiis own
yard on Friday aliout midday by
shooting himself with n pistol, one
ball taking effect in the breost. (he
other in the load. Heath was in
stantaneous. The art must have been
del Iber i (o for he had just shaved him
self and polished his shoos, and had
laid out suit of clothes in his room
to be dressed in, An Inquest was
held In the nftornoon by Magistrate
Aughtry of Whttmire
Mr. Yarborough had been for a good
While the private secretary of Pres.
ident William t'olcmnn of the Glenn
I.owry Manuf.k (tiring company. >f
Whit a.ire, mul w as a very intelligent
and efficient man. Some years ngo
his mind heenmo affected, and he
spent some time in nu asylum; but
appeared to h< completely cured. Ho
had I>c4'>i in n depressed state of mind
for several days, but there was i?>
fear Of his taking his life.
Sir. Yarborough leaves n widow,
who was a Miss Fskew before her
marriage, inul two children. He was
thirty or ihirty tive years <d' ;u:e ;.. d
had many friends in WhKmlre and in
Franklin. North Carolina, his former
la. ..? Who lament his tragic death.
N! M SATURDAY
IS MEMORIAL HA>
Exercises Will Begin til II O'clock
and V. ill be Held at ('it \ 11 peril
House. The Committees.
t'n ler the management of the local
chapter. Daughters of the <"o:.!. tferiicy
ihe annual memorial day exercises
;his year will be held ihm .'aturday.
May v The exercises (if the day will
'i ehl ? Mcsdiihics ,1, < > 0. Fb mine.
O, v.. c'iai ke, it k. Alken, It. W. Hall.
Lucy f'.oyd, Oh per? Hellatns, W. It,
Uleliey, Sr., \y. ll. Washington, I. W.
AI'rail Sullivan, .loo Watts, T. it Dar
? . ? u. i
v ill Pureluiso
! ? i: vi ii i
Its i|. r. ', K i:i.V.
Funeral hikI Iturial 1'nok I'lace at
ltn< I.) ^p: iu*j - ( tittrrh.
M.s. IV. ritt Milat.i It Id Iilakcl.v.
Wife 61 Mi II. Vk: ?;. Illakcly of
the Long I'rancli section ol the coun
ty; died ; iter home Sunday evening
last. M:.< Uiak< ly had ) - eil Iii fall
ing health for several months, having
sustained . < rtiinnent injuries as the
result i?; a full which nhe suffered
more than a year ago. The burial
service was held ;.? Hock) Springs
church Monday afternoon.
The deceased Won before her first
marriage to <? Mr. Heid, au engineer
on the Columbia, Newberrj ami Lau
rens rnilroadt Miss Llliott Milam,
daughter dl i well known planter In
his day who lived botWet-h I.aureus
and Clinton. \fter the death of Mr.
H.-id sh. t.; |ii?d Mr. Illaki ly. who
survives with tv.o son* and it daugh
ter. Pin wiis ;.' the oi her
(bath about "< years <d age.
Henderson*.IIlc s<h"<.| ( losed.
Ilickoiy favei in ? il iUUh. the
llenderK<iuvill?> school, tu ighf I :? Miss
Maude Sharp? of Honett Pitt Ii? closed
? ? Iii; ?
',:.>? i ? attend
I HE SI COND WEEK
OF CIVll (Ol R1
The H<'iiring I iwlaj of M art la ?(.
\ v?. ( . It. It. t ... will ( aiiiplete
.lur? ( as< >? for the Present.
S. S. INSTITl ri Vv'.LI
Mi ET AI CROSS Sill I
KuptiMs < ( |ln< ( aunt) \> ill Hold
(?'real Mcctlug Of \\ nrki rs
?lt May l weiity-llrst and twenty
second, there will bo hold at llto Cross
Hill Baptist church a Sunda> School
institute, comprised of representatives
ot all tlto Sunday schools in tin- coun
ty. From reports of those in charge
of the proposed meeting, it will bo
One <?f the greatest gatherings uvet
held in the county. A ttumbcr oi
speakers of note will be at the meet
ing and make addresses; among these
arc State Secretary J, I). Moore, ami
Sopt. Krank I. Mallory of Macon, On.
Mr. Malory i^ one of the host speak
eis in the country ami one ot the
most enthusiastic of Sunday school
There will lie several representative
men lrom l.aureiis who will s|ieak,
among these are Messrs. 0. II. Itoper,
c p. i:oii> und Bevs. Stoudeiimiro
.nid Brot 1
Following is a program <? t the
I iiursriii). Ma) litMh.
MOBS' I NO,
in mi Hcvotipual bv Castor A. ?'
Mil i t in.
Kduontloinil I'.nee Pi.,! \v. p. Cul
Mal'ory of Mnoon, Ott.
"JHh'i The Pastoi and the Couldry
Sunday School i Itev. K C. Watsoli.
St tOO S(aildardl of f.SOOlloilOO tor
(he CoUti.lr.v School, s<<\ .1. 11 Moore,
Com.try School. Bei-, p. P. Mitclieli.
In Oratorical Contest M
I). \\ VYI S AI KEN NEVILI I
I!< prosetituth? oi Pn'sli) (('flau < ?II?? r
? ?I smith Carolina Win* IMstlno
lion In V a nun I ('?intest.
The annual Stale Oratorical < 'on ? t
waa held at <5reiht\\.I <>n lai F i
da> liiflii. result hit; In a Vietory for
Mr, W alla-?? ihiueau Dupie of W'offord
e?iile}-e. 'I'lto ?im? r of the seodud
lliediil \vtl? Mr. I), W >; r 11 \i!;. n N \
lih?, the rojircaoutiitl.i i he P. onb> ?
(erlau College of Souili Cu dllna.
M? NevlMe is a i ?|ihew ill :? ? iv
Alken of this riiy
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Furuiaii s i '.'
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