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" WATTFS MILLJ "
Watts MIII. Mairch 9.-R~ev. (G. C.
Iledgopeth and W. C. Coiikeiy attend
ed services at the F'irst Baptist
church in Iaurens on Sunday night
and hearild ai wonder~lfuI l ron preach
o(d by iRev. Miill Jenikins.
Dir.,E~. W. IBrown, of lDarlington, was
'vLal1ed last week, to the bedside of his
wick mother, Mr's. 1-1. 13. Brownt, of
Mr'. (lily lE. Moore( of ('old Point, vls
1te(I thlout of1CC0 Mr'. It. It. Br'own Oil
11lr. and1( Mirs. TI. iH. B~rown, of this
;/lace, V isited r'elatives ini Greenv,'iIle
Au's Aloalil IlgIill andii Nl'.il. 'li
\ hleiI C'I .: t i\'s h('r'' oil 81I1CI:tL.
I~iLi:I' (C;ithI(s't a 8:II'ls is sl(ic it
11l". :a Lii 1 I's. ( ' C. .loiI: uICSC Visit el
I. lili'. (11CiC .\I,. ! .1.CL t.iC~rV
M . M inot~ Ill, :l l Ii t l Ila I I
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W\'a:Cji):' ('i. k, March ti .-M l is
:I'1C' 1: YlCCI. (Culr I'fIiI'C' schlnh
'iet('l's. N. ('. SIIIIIIIV. scholOl lILI"iiCi
..ae '05'i FidIa>y. Mliss (Clayton lhas eni
ratLIIed llg5'f tCo all th p1eop)'(Ile of this
ColtlflhIlity" (iC~t'4iIC'C 13 we2 re4gret to
1 i s-r ICCI' s Ir i ,MII(' iu 1'l
:Ior atl I I r, u(' (' LCiCI .to and \l1'. ZI'CloCLt
'lr','1l('i' onI last 8alllilay.
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MrIls. t'ClvinC l\tICL2t wa:s 11Cll(. ':I
.f 11 ri. \AI:I' I'ICC', CIC'I 'I'CI'sCi:13 .
1111 1 AI(o'C 1.:ClgsIoIC oCf (il'ay ('OC11'1.
';0I11( down\ int ''CC Cill hir hilnllt
inc. da~y last wee(k.
MIrs. TI. A.. I)ri'IIIIIoI~ fihili Ai:.s (:CuI
13il' w'ihl'I thei IaCI1(CI'C Mrs.IC M. in
iLss Bi'illC IiICCWICIC'I' is onI an
a ll1y 0of L~aI ,C '~
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fe'w I'ii'lls ill ICCCCCCI CCf Ali:s ('!:Cyll:n
Mr. K. It. Iliiivn ICC'' is lin:; LIsuCm(.
11i4!~lii and L Mu!ICtCh IIC'ICII'Ci wor)k (CI
he, roadsi inl tis CCtI 1111111ity.
SeveralC hlCI ICCIC' II'IC flit' ' ICI
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GUILTY OF MURDER
(Continued from Page One.)
him sitting by the fire and that Green
wood Rogers shot him from the rear.
Mr. Young fell over, but made an at
tempt to crawl toward his bed, pre
sunably to reach his rifle, when Green
wood Rogers sprang through the door
and picking up an ax from the corn,
er, struck him in the head. Green
wood then turned the prostrate body
over and taking the money out of the
dead man's pocket, divided it into three
parts. telling Tom Young Ihat he was
not ettitled to as n ch of it as .1itunk
Caldwell as he had not done as much
as .1 tlnk. They also took a s:tek of
muent and c'arried it up through the
Pines and left' it in a gully. Latter on
in te night, how(Ver, hem0(itngt afraid
that this would betray the:n, they re
turned with a mule and carried this
metat to the house of Gi reen wood Rug
r-s. Several hoiurs later, herotitg
uneasy abo;ut di::covery, they returned
to 11t' spot 1111nd set tihe hou 5' on lire.
No fItlh r I c e) i w tas int ro:l' eed to
sid wht:tt (ei:t e of ate !: to but olt
t ty 1'i .! w entaii on tht sttd it l told
of ting to itis spot tofer on h ii t
Tom Yn:,who hld already -con1
f "'sd, :1n01 liiniinag the linnle tracks.
itointi ingt hisp: teIstt iion. Iot 1 oun.Mg
s: id thai't (1een~ oot o tel s to hiit olr
td tuornine; of the ininest tamt told
im O if he h0ad any of that monwy on
him he "I'etter get it off of yons" as
"'thv are fl tr is." te'u Yoating s:'id
that With that he crossed tlht' little
branch nearby and put the money in
to a cow trough underneath s50110
shucks. To corroborat e this state
muent, Ale.<srs. Tom Rtiser and .1. C. Me
Alillani were plaecd on the st:fudl later
aind tstitlled) to seeing thaes)' two he
::roets in onversation and seeing Tom
cro- til brayc oitmt toward the(
cow stall. .\n old negro man11, llenury
Young. was placed on the stand tni
ie testified to ii ngSl the mon y there.
It was only at coupl. of dollars and
some old coinus.
I":vidence was also introdluced to
show thirt lreeniwooii Itogers and1( Mr.
Youtn hadl hadl sharp words some
tI before. Ella Skinner was (tut on
t'e' stand to et t he1r'it ing the
three m en plotting to to kill rnr.
Young. Slie said she was at the frol
on the Saturday night the plan was
laid and that, she over-hoard the three
nugroes talking. She heird parts of
thw coil ersatlon b at did not realize
its meaning until after the crime wts
connlittd. s"h1 said she overheard
1 -s leii woodI say "I want yolt oys to
b(" wi1th t t." and aom replied "'T hat
will h too bad." Greenwoodl was
hlt'rd to saty t "I will be with you un
til ti l ty it b uton dropIs ot his coat."
irientwoti seemed to be the ring
lea er. n all, the stato put about a
dotn wiitnskus on the stcnd.
t'h dlf'a se it uil 1p the plea of an
alibi. Seve"0ral negrroes testiflh'l to see
in; 0(r10noo lst nRgers at his homn
between sundownt and bent ten
toertihdtohsgonyo.e t bu
'te 'ok adi bingt awaknedg ithe
moring. Thde form e trsied lter n
ytimeith eig ht ~ in the sameos room.
S'll he tfidto bmn very kistles lat
utnight saig ithatiishe 1(ould home
Arguml i ents onithe casiite wegan shorIty
atr non and were'' cnludedi abthout
thte tijury ilV'1 Ci anIure te' Ias over ito
the. Th'ei jury as mainedt vout stil'
'Itei 'cock1 'h' astigt, w teturni
verdtiit' of huil t-it ha reomm edatiltn
.)1 inko aw ell wteill e 1 1 tr i ed lr it
Tack wtk. .Svea oht ido
.\londay afteri'oon Thos.ty"afteiitooa
you(114ng hte carme of h ostaesg litilt
.1townsh'i, was15 trOiedIand aquO~ witt io
klillfing i tdbeitr Fmto - tn dlaoredi1 lmt
al.Teromnwas kLt'it t'titltt oilled Jatl
a't. nIght late rgtunin to the homi'e t
take om te ttwor's bar n titou
h'oit cnsten. Whn.lNibgan
to"phaid himtO~ abo angod mal
mtto ngr moveto attack hliimt ashen
trdalodaey ery-Isort Wayder Te
l a'bun, March 9.-We had some
rough weather last week, and several
times Siturday, while the sun was
shining, it snowed some.
There's a good deal of sickness in'
Mrs. Anna West, of Poplar Spring
section, spent Monday with Alrs. Lizrio
Miss Cora Medlock and brother, Mr.
Eston Medlock, were visiting near
W'are Shoals last week.
Miss Lue Babb, of Eden section,
sient several days last week with Mr.
an 11rs. Stewart Malon.
Mrs. Rebecca Owens, after spending
several weeks in Fountain Inn and
(reen Ponic section, returned home
.1r. and .irs. Walter haldwin and
little Maude spent Vednesday with
.11r. .lane Bolt, of Iiickory iveru
.'ir. IHouston Palb, and littll' Mai y
.\:153 .\lan hlib. and .\'s. it 'lweea
Owens vere visitors of \1rs. C. A.
hail) o1' I.deun Section, Wedneslay.
Our Big De
most pleasing a:
will find this st<
of beautiful Spi
is a perfect scer
Come in and lo,
Fabrics that cat
Mr. Handy Babb, of Princeton, spent
Wednesday night with Mr. Ruster
Mr. Therion Saxon, after recovering
from sickness, returned to his work at
Ware Shoals Saturday.
Mr. Solomon Mahaffey, of Eden sec
tion, spent Sunday with Mr. T. F.
Mr. Laurens Mahon, after spend
ing several days with his sister, Mrs.
Archie Bean of Easley, returned to
his home Thursday.
Mr. T. 11. Babb and family were vis
iting relatives in d.den section sever
al days last week. -
Mrs. Blrooks Nash and son, .John
Robert, were visiting Mr. John Arm
strong and family of Laurens from
Friday until Sunday evening.
Mr. aid Mrs. Stewart Mahon and
daughter. .ois, accompanuled by Miss
ILizzie (oleman, were visitor; of Mr.
WMill Coleman anid family of Woodruff,
Saturldly a1d Sulnlay.
Several of the farlnIers have (' bee:
selling cotton for lilrt(ee1 (('is.
Miss ('lairsv ('.lneo of I'idell see
tion. sient 'I'ues:lay V!'h1 .\lr. and l rs.
.r. ('oe 'Traynam l a anld si .ter. .lMi
spartment Store is a]
aid attractive Spring
ire an exhibition cor
who appreciate the
and, above all, reas
not miss an opporti
'ing Goods for Men,
ie of Spring beauty,
kover the New Sty
a be bought.
Lucile of JIiendshlp section, spent
Sunday with Misses Veta and Alliene
Miss Roynie 'Roper and Miss Lillian
Woods of Ilonea Path, spent from Fri
day until Sunday with Miss Mae Rn'p
or and other relatives.
Mrs. Rebecca Owens spent Saturday
night with Mrs. John 1-lellams of Shi
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\e are now showing a complete
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let is :how you ho"w ensy they are
S. M. & E. 1 . Wilk"s & Co.
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Wearables of eve
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