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iE VAI 31 All IiIES
S1111 ilet eei'm0oievs Mairked e11i'ddling
(if ilrl. Y hr andill uiin i ir
Pll Alall. Tenn., .lun 7 -.-.\lviu ('l
10111 York. w"m oufou11 ht and oushot
a, GV1rt1nan hamt.ii .1n thle .\rgonnell
Forest Surr, ndered to his b oyho(
sw'e4lhe'art when Ie b',camiiie the lius
band of . Grace Williais oil the
bluff above !'ik S in'i ' at 11oon today,
Goveror'ii 1 rIs of Ti'essee, per'
fonning. 'h1: re on whItich took
place. be"for te thiousanid m iioiiuntain
eer s from 1h ('C'umbier!aInd plateau.
! \i , as w - givein iln mar'
rine y hr athert aki Asbur
ry Wilial u. and Ler ielltdants wvre
lI ida Weat 'C am \11ss \delia )ar
will of Pa11 .\lall anid \)ia.s lirtla
11ryer of .1anotown. Ser'eant York's
belt man was Segeant lienry 'lay
1ryr,'a boyihood friend from J loes
townl. Sern ant IJorkl wasi inl the uit
form of a t'lonel of I he Tennies ;ee
Gu Ids, Ihan h iamIdI on the
.overnoi)r's af ft o li'e by (Ivernor
11ht~lS. Ii;i: bet man11 was in khaki
a t he I r i a om!d y sprin I nI I jI of
kai-ei:! n:' dls oft l *ar. in the
The bride 'as attired in white satin,
w ithout( II a v :. and' 0.n riqd a h~ou:Inelt
of whito ro's. here was ito music
and the marriae cereImony itself oc
ci pied less 'han five miliinutes.
Big Sin. Bluff is a paIt of the
York farm whIch begins at the rise
of the ground which marik- the north
er'ly limits of the Valley of the Wolf
and extend.-; back into the highlands
toward the Kentucky linc.
The ceremony was performed in a
natural amphitheater stodded with
huge bould-'rs which served as seats.
A lar-e fli rock half way up the
hill served as a natuiral altar while a
massive beach at its side sheltered
the bridal party from the sun's rays.
It (was a big day for Pall Mall. It.
was a bigger (lay for Fentress coulnty,
for while it not only marked the cul
mination of a romance look looked for
In Pall Alall, it was the day set apart
for Frentress county to do honor to
1llthe v teranai of the world war who
have retuied from -'rance.
Al light :oIIg. the 1ot'ntain fai
ilies; were weiding thr way through
the li hi 1a nd by four o'clock this
inorniing tlh 4Jiimtown" .pike was
filled With people on foot, on horse
b) .., in surries and iI lumber wn
!ns. The York hoimie on the pike
wa. the ucca of iunPdred s of old
frids who gathered to iy their
respects to the aged mother of the
mrlegroomu an11d mtiaiy founid their
way to the hmie of tle bride.
J am estown was filled to ovellov
ing riday nihh. The hote' and
boarding hous(eS were unable to le
(1inniuodatte the visitors and at every
hiouse down the 13-milo mountain
trail tate arrivals found shelter to
occupy extra beds ald in mlIany cases
1 0 leep oil '1. floor.
SeoreI.ait York was up early to
await tle arrival of Governor loberts
and staff, who remained at James
town overnlight. The governor's r
rival inl 1'al Mall was folowed by a
rehecasal of the ceremony at the
1(om1" of tihi :ide.
At 11: a. i. tile procession led
by the goverior's iafr, climbed the
hill from the York home to the scene
(if fithe crmuoiny. J. T. Wheeler of
I en c ress ouity' was master of cere
monies, tit roducing Governor 110)
erts who spoke for hialf an hour bc
fo(re reaIiiig the marriage ritual.
BIY YAQiTI IN MEXICo
Two Amerleantis aud :0 Mexicans KIll.
ed in Pist Two Weeks, Miners lIe
port. lieport Is Seit to State De
'Nogales, Arizona, June 7.-Two
Americans and thirty Mexicans have
been killed by Yaquis and bandits in
the laa Colorado district of Sonora,
Mexico, (luring the last two weeks, ac
cording to the statement of nine Amer
ican mining men 'who arrived from
that neighborhood tonight.
The party of Americans, whose
homes are in Arizona, Colorado and
California, have sent q statement on
conditions In that district to the state
department at Washington W1 copies
to Senators ''homas of Colorado, John
$On of California. and Marcus Smith,
atnd llandy T. As trst, of Arizona.
III the report '-a affairs in Sonora
forwarded to 0. staite departinent
by the returned iining ines it Is
stated that nin.: Cen. Mexicals were
killed by Mexic.i handits and one
.\mecricaln. Chari .!r . ' ' shot
i the loot in a1 raid al ."dojoa; that
the Al exicanis were kied by the Mex
ican handits at xury, twelve Iiles
froa where II. S. White, an American
tiruck driver of 'T'ucson. Arizona, .was
slai i recently.
It is believed now White was killed
by %-Iexican bandits and not by Yaquis
as was first reported since the tracks
of his slayers showed they wore shoes
and not the Yaqui sandals.
Tlie miurder of C. W. P. Tevotee,
mining engineer, three (lays ago, i
doubtedly was Ithe work of the Yai(j11
says the returned men.
''he lexicians in the automobile
with Tevotee and four other Mexicans
accontpanying the party on horseback
also are reported to hIave been killed
at the saine time.
'I'le imiining mllen hIo arrived to
night also brought the news that af
ter Mexicaln truck drivers and hel-ers
liad beei shot to death, Yaqiiis or
halndils burned two an1ito trucks be
longing to .1. F. M cl":ar lan id, owner of
IIe El Progresso m1 ine near 'tLa Col
'i' e sta ml ent coniities as fol
"it Is ctI:rrnt talk 1t:at ammunition
is sod( (ilrect to Yaqui Indians com
ing and going from Arizona; also that
the Papago Indians in the neighbor
lood of Indians Oasis southwest of
u'leson are furnishing ammunition to
"Cannot some pressure be brought
to )ear on the Yaquis of Arizona that
will have tile effect of stopping the
nurder of Americans in Sonora, Mex
Sico. Are the Yaquis not at war with
Ithe United States, the same as Ger
matny with their killing, and pillaging
Colds Cause Grip and Influenza
LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablets remove the
cause. There is only one "Bromo Quinine."
E. W. GROVE'S signature on box. 30c.
.reen iIlle .1en in Syndliete Which
Will Ereet "Skyerappent." t. Once. L.
1ntion, Oli Hotel Site.
Gireenwood, June 7.----AnnouiIcemuent
was made th1is afterniooi by a syidl
w'! of local business mlen that work
will be startedl at once on1 a seven
Story oilleC building on one of the
corner lots of the old 1itley hotel pro
pry recently acqluired by llush Bros.
of Greenwood. The new ofilce bulild
Ing will have a frontage of 32 feet and
a depth of Idinety feel. The syndicate
is composed of S. H1. McGee, K. Baker,
(;. P. Sloan, and G. W. Rush of (Ireenu
wood and W. E. and J. 11. Rush of
Whlile 110 anlo3ncemenit was made
itas to a tenant for the ground floor
room It Is understood that It will be
(ol-clupied by the Comm rola lank.
This will give Greenwood three flIre
proof ofice buildings.
Calomel Users! Listen To Me!
I Guarantee Dodson's Liver Tone
Your druggist gives back your money if it doesn't
iven your liver and bowels and straighten
you u1 without nyking you sick.
There's no reason wl a pe on is mercury and attacks your bones
should take sickening, sa 'vat-in cal- Take a dose of nasty calomiel today?
onel whIIen a few cents I uys large and yoti will feel weak, sick and)
bottle of Dodson's Liv r' one-a nauseated tomorrow. Don't lose a
perfect sulbst.itute for cal - day's work. Take a spoonful of
It is a pleasant, vegetable liquid Dodson's Liver Tone instead and.
which will start your liver just as you will wake up feeling great. No
surelyeas calomel, but it doesn't more biliousness, constipation, slug
make you sick and can not salivate. gishness, headache, coated tongue or
Children and grown folks can take sour stomach. Your druggist says if
Dodson's Liver Tone, because it is you don't find Dodson's Liver Tono
perfectly 'harmless. nots better than horrible. caloinel
Caloinel is a dangerous drug. It your money is waiting for you.
GINN EKIE S!
Most of the Ginners are burning coal instead of wood this year,
because of the high cost and shortage of labor, necessary to stock
wood at this time. Coal is the more economical fuel for you.
STRAIGHT CRE K is your most economical coal. We have
the ideal grade for you us c' Many of the Ginners have already
ordered from us. Co ices are down--this is the time to buy.
Write or Wire Our "SERVICE OFFICE" for quotations
The Barker Fuel Company
Phone 1564 Loan and Exchange Bldg.,
STRAIGHT CREEK COAL COLUMBIA, S. C.
OUR JUNE SALE IS NOW ON'
Not a Mark-down Sale of Old Goods but a Special Sale of New Goods, including a big assortment of Mill Ends
Remember Goods are advancing rapidly and here is an opportunity to purchase Goods bought
at the low level, and the people are responding with a liberal trade. Don't wait
until the best bargain are gone. Make the advice of the Goverment and Buy Now.
Men's and Boys' Suits Special in Ready-to-wear New Things
We have just recLived a bigph ipmint of Men's e Department ig i W lot, spaDialr....e....
and Boys' Suits closed out by our buy u r on the D epar00 td 00 "t Jme nt ..........$19.98 one o, spec i I........$
recent trip to New York.
ug n Sits.... .. ... .. ....$18.50 $22.50 and $35.00 (i J le.................$1$25.00 .Spring S99its, June Sale .[... .... .... .... ..$15.99 I )resse.s -''-... .... ...$ . .$.98
- l lt and Aoloh ir Siits.. ...... $15.00 and $18.50 $-25.00 and $30.00 Capvs and Dolmans, June Sale .... $16.9
nit. . -.-.-.-.--- ............$7.98 $10.00 at id $12.50 $2 0 *22.50 Ca -nJ S9
loys' Odd P:mits .... .... .... .... $1.00, $1.50 to $3.00 $35.00 Silk DIpssS, Juie Sal .... ........ .... .... $24.9 IVI n
A\eni Work Pant, .............. $1.50, $2.00 and $2.50 $ . ia. . . .li nery D
Men'A Dress Pais .............. $5.00, $7.50 and $10.00 $25.00 Silk Dresses. mire Sale .... . . ... ...... $1..
,il in e ' D s hirts ........$1.98, $3.00 an( $5.00 $20.00 Silk. Drsses, June Sae.$w ithe tim f o a s peria t p ri e c
*20.00~~ --li -rses ile e.. .... .... .... .. $14. 8 big shipment, all of whichgoa sp ia prc .
Great Sale of Mill Ends
It is just like picking up money to buy these goods at these prices, at this time when prices are advanci
make a study of how to give the best possible value for the least price. We advise you to be on advpromaply, many ofte
items will soon be closed out.
2,000 yards sta ple and fancy Ginghans, special, yard . .10C One lot 10 im -l. Voile, i -l pe. yrd..............19C tO-u, cl file Wle Law n i ll
2,000 yards of Mill End, inl colored Batiste, special yard 10c One lot Crea N i 'i<'sook. specia l p er yard .... .... ... 19c -inh:i fin aitd Lha , i n mlas, special per y...25c
2,000 yards yard-wide Pereales in mill ends, special, yard 15C )e lot Pik inook speial per ya d .... .... ..19c Gi h d Chambrays, spe ll p r yard........ ..25c
2,000 yards eol ored VOiles', spelial at per Yard .... ....15c One lot Diityi Che, special p... .... .... ..19c <-i tl' o , scil p yard .... .... ....25c
2.500 yards staiple 0ing m s spea at per yid.l..1cls o a erv i e, special'1 per yard -- .... ....19 40-nC Colre IV ,jf I, _oile ,, specialj perj yard.( -.-- .... .... 25c0B alltIl atrs l 0
2.500 ards Dress Ginglans, special at per Yard ......15c O)le lot faiu'' i~- eaici, special per yar d -.-.. .... .... .190c loii ti l patter s in 50e Voiles and Organdis, per d 35c
0 .]'l it cy, -diver 11 list e, spC('al per yard .......... 190 v lot yar- wy Sit a, sspeciai per yard . . . ... ... ...19c t ( f o ari d sbl dpie ill illr ri
O'i lot yarld-wide ille -ching. spweial per yard .... ....19c Oine lot Shit speeila p 'er yard id .. -.. .... .... 19i i'l Patterns in Voiles, special per yard. .. 9.. . 5c
Oelot lotey yiekin for hai, e., p ileia t per yard ..19C r d........19c S il S h ti g, speil er yard . . . .. 98c
One lot, bleached Twill, special per yard .... .... ....19C 10-in hii White Organdy, in) mill ends, special per 3 .... 25c itule ahe d Sei a per yr ---......49
One lot White Lawn, special per yard ... .... .... .. . 19c 40-inch Colored Organdy, in mill ends, special per yd. . .25c 81x90 Sheets, special at ..........$ 3
Make this Store your Shopping place. We sell for cash only and give you the best values the market affords
Minter Company's Cash Department Store
LAURENS, SOUTH CAROLINA