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THREE MEN KILL]
Race Trouble Again Breaks
American Flag. Dim
'Chicago. Jtune 2.-'lWo white mien
and a negro policeman Were killed
and several neg roes were wonnded
tonight in a ilot. In the heart of the
Soith side "black belt." following the
reporte(d )Itrn1 ing of ai Ameilean flag
by a haiind of iegrooes who were said
to have paraded ii tlie interests of a
"hack it) .\frc-' lov)IIlnt.
The deI-al ar-:
P. I.. lPose-. wlhte a :;.ailor,.
josel) l I Hoyt. White. a eigar dialer.
.os. 1'. Ows 1 it l( lgro policeinan.
1is Zo w 0a ilSh ot lla the heart.
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.'7 'i li'e i l cVil 'o.-; ( 1h
I hev . b liii fi stle to ao
en W~ Rt l i I Iitd S I i t er-1(
n xe. L ate r in vest iga Iion,.
!p" w ol t ilt' lntlle ll, ol 1h:li"
1 )~ t-n Whwas takeil to a
wh e hll died s)ooln atr
Thll ro -enI o 1 1 ila lhI rty-fifthI
a lltri a arn l Ivclv jr t w: ir l -
ft' 1 \4. i( o ll ' 1':i1 l Iot ill WhiO h
i-.i v W- It it i ttid b1i4flacks
W rl ~indi hiV 't~ ~e inirl ed.
I t-\i t': n :ldredi polei'enlin W ee
1ttutsihed t di ho s trict andii sneeihded
prefor the dicII
a!e e d. \oro thall .1 thonsa: Il
10 ti ltd. hill 114 g'44ler1al Hiot
t V n i who Willosel1
II' ler in , !..In to a pool rooml at
Thiy-i " 111e a 1nd Inditna avl
dnd frof ' il th
F:1o r i h vi,
lill Wl W s i t - pool lon.n.,
;anti :t 11il:11het (f 111"roe -. 1)roceed t-4il
loa~rdI th"1hc in of bla.cks. T e
were, joillt~.I bY IPo:1li la OWells Who
ilem11 101I' ail- 011, ole Ofthe. !r'ollp.
Mv(ells tr to 10 s arch the4 Iintin
for :1 Weaplon Whenl other negl-rite inl
ilhe crmvwd We're, Ii-por-ttd t o ha \ o
I1 Wa-z not kiloWl whoO fIl'ed thev first
sh0l. Mo llens was Woliltifed inl Ilte
harai, and NCo., who had .iliA left
lioyl's isa shop after venlistingl the
attrs aid, Was; ,hot. 11hr-11,1h 11h4
AGO BLACK BELT
Out as Result of Insult to
turbance is Checked.
According to the statements of
spect-ators, the parading negroes dis
banded and gathered inl a circle
arouid an American flag, which they
set on fire. After it had burned a lit
tie they staniped on it and then sev
eral drew revolvers and began firing
Tihe soiluiuls of the shols attrlacled
11My I Ineg riles wIho we r not 1 in t he
I aradt an the1411 iy 1.1ihed ino nea rby
pool roo1s for 'assistalice. accordinlg
t sta,1t ieti: ina i t" it iw'ie.
police deciar Ito n hig t that I 1they
probably nelv r Would know the exat
111Wi r wollulded. Several were catr
vilti oif by frifrs, it was- said, fo
lhe rslig nll e hgro s disalpeared
IaIdl t i eI to tlhe oli fvew shots. S
thnlaic:s raniged fr~oin onec to a dorzeni.
A dozeil llt, nostly nevgrole s were
alre Ited 1n ( <ptestion)l al lit , t l $tag
rov polic e d stal iol.
According to thit et police, th lln.LegO
orgaizalonknown as "Thle Aysn
ians," ha libt- i ho ling meetilngs ill
tht Chici o negrvo llrter fol ) t' it)
time, to pe )tide membiers f it Ihi i -
race to go to Taia T ei. an
111",g wvere carlried bv lite paraders.. a.,
I e mov t hr i ttIligh the hi ck helt.
Soae was 2 years ol and a mcm
her,1 oil thev Fifteenth regilltent. -ta
irne.at Great laks, He wo t di
tiniguishied ser-vice meldal overswa.
The tollee la that tth .hys
.-ian w1r; l%(' o :sailI onl one of Itho ILic k
Star Stratuiship Company ve ssels.
''\' W I l . l, r(-"ve n Ioth Iinglt und14one 14)
fli il lit he un who beg.a it th is sh ot -
n ,"Chief of Poic .;4ri sak
\\ht-n the pobeek rece-tived word(, that1.
wevvral hutui1red sailor-S had vonitre"
1-atted a 1 t ollnth1 S ta te an 111 Eigh IthI
:0stetIS ,apt1)pare ntl Iy 1)lann11inw- to move
into the Soutl h lvid . Chief Garrity% S11nt
onit anl order. that a11 ,;aiIo rs he. tall
cin into clnstody and Vel(T1 ithe hIbll atI
police stationls or. senit back to Great!
One negro, haidly heaten,. wat
foilnld ina alle y betweenl Soutl Ih
F 11tev and lb-arbhorn strets and w%.I:;
iaken to a polic, station. It was not
* EIKOM NEWS. *
Ekom, .June 21.-We have had fine
raiis the past few days, which were
greatly n cded. The gardens especial
ly were beginning to parch up badly.
Several from this section have been
attending the Gypsy Sinith meeting
at Laurens the past two weeks.
.We sympathize with Mr. and Mrs.
U ray Cooper in the loss of their in
fant baby on last Suilday.
.M rs. Mary Culhertson and daughter,
Miss Lidic, spent one day last week
with .Mrs. T. .1. Cooper and family,
)r. Cooper and .lr. 'ilgar llurt
wTre il 14atirils Satirday afternloon.
lls. Lou Iutliiertson and dauightler
spent a while at the liotiet of Mr. .\.
C. Phillips and lanily. and also with
.\Mr. anud M s. I)ouglas Cooper last Firi
.\lr. and .\lr:. smnith, of N weirI-,
visited tII(h h tit h. parei nts, .lir. and
.\rs. .1. \\. Cooper. last weeki.
Alt.w i l Cuilhrtsonu s nillt iSsIitur iy
hh MI. Wh \alter
.\r. Joeli .\ arlin. of bai1rs, iS
sndliing aiwhe ith s11 l rna r-i
entsL. .\r. and \A;-s. \\.W. Culhewrtson.
.l rs. Alta Coopr' 'Ind childr e visit
tiii her itr.\n s. iutrandus Cooptrl
\lr. b '. C. ( 1 uiberl stio nd fanil iy
s.-vInt Sulay wVith .\r. Esdgar flurts
staown whtihlr heuad beenl assaolild
When the snt to the . o .h Aoot
r. tacht'd the downtOwn eu arter crvds
of1 whites; cilnrgafted but made no
:a1me to en1ter. theIgr district.
At midntight, mlore thanl 100 sailors
hl heen pli t t kel Ik t I b I t hI e plie 'i'o a1
placdil l on taI n friing tol that vi
were biving held at var-ious police sta
tIons. .\ccording to one of themil,thr
w e re :,. sailors on leav c fro m th l
Shorily before midnight thirty po
licteen were Sent to the Y'. .\. C'. .
Hlotel, nevar the nlortt.Il n xtretuity- ofr
the, black helt, to disperse lthe cr-owds
whleh still wre forming inl that vI
OF THE BEST KIMD)
vWe can save y-ou dollars if youi
lir'Ing your tires for inspectoin. If
tihey are no, worth re'miring we Will
tell ytur at-.
S.ervice Is our motto.
All work gaaranteed.
Standard' oi' and gas. Free water.
"!elANiIUS VTFI,(ANI'/,N11 PI.AN'T'
Nexft Ioor to lotel.
GASOLINE AND KI
.ust receivedl varload of ats
2 to 12lorse Power; Porable !
Saw contruolled hv cittch whtich
A;Iy efetite par madeh gord at
823 WES7 G.ERVAIS.S7
'Build ing C
* LANFOCM SE-WS4 *
'hanford, June 21.-Agneun-cements
have been received herd' of theil mar
riage of Miss FMorrie V. banford, of
'Woudruff, to Mr. Glenn Grist, of. (reen
ville, the marriage occuring at the
home of the bride at Wood'rffl, fla
tives and friends of the bridal couple
being present. Mrs. Grist spoilt' her
childhood (lays mostly here and has
hosts of friends and relatives who are
We were inideed sorry to hear of
the death of Mrs. A. . Hiightower, at
Anlersoni. She was .liss Sara Wolff
and liad many friends and school
inntes hevr who were slocked alld sad
d.n1 E t her deatil. lEveryon1e here
SymUpatiie's witi Ihe bereaved1 fami
PI(ro. anid .l s. ii. SlIer ltiur'dettlc
hvIrIItrIed from (loorgia, where
I!;(y have beeIi tealinig school this
The childhreln'sl D:y exeri(ses of the
llaptist 811 onhay School were obls rved:
Sundiay aftieoo;l alSO the lowerinig
of thw ,.-krvice fl.af. There was a goodl
crowd presc ot considering the weath
er. it beingi a vEry rainy day.
The Itur-al lInIprovemenlt Associalionl
will 11et Flrilay af,tv'noonl at I! 1
School hoIse. Th1v litillie is iivited t)
The w A .\lissinary i l
(ill met Saturday aftrniooni alnd we
wa all the1 O ladI . ies present a hl -I
.lisses 1 Il anld aollie Iwo .
:;ion sOntth week-enld w\!Ith Miss;
!ol 'n rsonl.
\laster John .\. .ann on1 , .f ., I s
spendin.: a whil e with his grandfalr
1 nts . r. n .lrl114. I ,. .\l . CannonI .
linrns'ide,. of Troy, art. visiting th,
I l on r IrtIImond.
.\ts I . F. Fo wlIerI an it s itno ra
Il'attI r I sp, nt1 :1 we k w it h thll
former'IS grIantddallt I her, .\Irns. IDonl
1h1r1 :.- of* Ha-ibirks ith .
Gra-s's Tastc;.s chill Tonic
Eest(orcA vitality and energy by purifying and c.
hjIngk1lig t ie bIoI. Yout cunl soon0 f-el its St ren ;.th
inE. Ilvigor,.inst T.u -r ' n
Engraved ('ard.+ and Invitations.
Advertiser Printing Co.
rite or see
ROBS CALOMEL Of
NAUSEA AND DANGER
Dootoru' Favore Medicine Now*
Pitiwled and eiuned from AU..
Objectionable Eicts. "Cal.o
taiWs'the New Name.
Wrimt will' hitnan in gtrAty' do next?
kenokles powder, wirelesa telegraphy;
horiseless carlages, colorlexs- iodine, taste
less8 ultdInet,-no0w comIHnnMusenkeclo.
mel. 'T 110w imt1'provemielit caldled "Calo.
tabs" is now on14t sale at drugsteores.
For biltousiess, constipation nud' indi
gestionl tle liew calomlel tablet. f1 n prac
tielly perfect reliedyv, as evideneed by
the facit tIiat the mIamifactureri have au
tlprize'll till 1u tggiists to refund the prico
if t lutoa m . is not "perfectly delighted"
with GIletabs. Onae tablet at hedtim- with
a swilluow of water-tlutt's all. No taste,
n niausena, lit) grioing. nlo salts. By morn
Ing your liver is thoroughly elennsed and
you 1110 f.'i tfine. with ai ieiar'ty apie.
tiltl. Imit What you please--no danmgr-go
I-hn tt yourt busilless.
('lotalbs are not sold in hulk. (set all
uinil unckige, 6ealed. Price, thirty
Ain nif. Kelosen1 Engislls from
ting ti C Gsolinle Enngine D)rag
elIInatk' danger antd saves th)ie.
fnetory tring life o,1f Engine.
E E7, COLUMBIA, S. C.
W E N BROS. MARBLE
& GRANITE CO.
Dealers In eveiything for the oome
The largest and' best eqipped mon
mental mills inhe Carollnas.
REENWOOD, - - - S. C.
ill be sup