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Mt. Gallagher, March 14.-The farm
ers of this section are quite busy dur
ing this favorable weather, preparing
for next season's crops.
Mr. ToMi Di'ck-worth and family vis
ited his sister, Mrs. Annie Davis, Sun
Mis Lucile Hill has been visiting her
grandmother, Mrs. Mitchell, the past
Mrs. M. H. Davenport and little son,
Dick, went sihoppin'g in Greenwood last
Mr. J. R. Brown visited his brother,
Mr. G. C Brown, of Ware Shoals, Sun
We are fpalned to hear of the 'death
or Mr. Travis Bahiw'in, of Mt. Olive.
We are in symiathy with his bereaved
relatives. He was laid to rest in -At.
Olive cemetery Friday, March 10th, the
(lay following his eath.
Nir. Robert Will amns was the guest
of his brother, Alarion, Sunday.
Mr. Richard Knight and daughter,
Miss HaTriet, visited near Harmony
Miss Harriet Knight. Mrs. 'Lula Dav
enl)ort, andl Miss Bernice )Davenport
spent a few hours with Mrs. J. R.
Brown Saturday afternoon.
Mr. W. P. if-7avenport and wife visit
ed Mr. and Mrs. .lohn Kernels Sunday
The m1pworth League held a social
meeting at Mrs. Hammett's last Friday
night. The occasion was very much
enjoyed. -Many interesting games were
played. Hot chocolate and cake were
served. Congratulations to the hostess
for the pleasant entertainment.
Mr. -N. .11. Davenport and family
visited in Ware Shoals Sunday after
Colds Cause Grip and Influenza
LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablets remove the
cause. Thero is only ono "Bromo QuinIne."
L W. GROVE'S Mignature on box. qf'e.
They win on reputation--when you
think of batterica you naturally think
first of Willard. They win on
quality. The most important battery
improvements, including Threaded
Rubber Insulation, originated with
,. They win in dollars-.d-cnts sav
ing. No outlay for replacement of
insulation if you buy the Willard
Threaded Rubber Battery because
Threaded Rubbier Insulation outlasts
the battery plates.
The Willard Threaded Rubber Bat
tery is standard on 172 makes of cars
W-lusrd for export on 2 others. Ask
uabout it. We're headquatters for
WladBatteries and Willard Service.
W. Lauren. St.
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Jones, March 11.-Mr. and Mrs. Al
bert Rogers visited relatives in Green
The friends of Mr. W. T.. Saxon of
Greenwood are glad to hear of his
Mr. B. C. Graham, a veteran 'of the
Civil War, passed away on the 2nd.
Inst., and was laid to rest in the Gra
han cemetery in the presence of a
large assemblage of sorrowing rela
tives and friends. Rev. Long of Ionea
Path, conducted the funeral services.
Mr. Graham spent his long life in our
midst. His friends sympathize with
the bereaved famiy.
The friends of Mr. Bariey Blackwell
will regret to hear of his moving to Ne
We were painfully 'shocked to learn
of the death of Mr. Hill McGee, of Due
West. We never knew of a better cit
izen. -He spent most of his life in this
section and was held in highest es
teem by all of his acquaintances. lie
was a warm friend. Ills fanil? has
Rev. Frank PBranlette. of McCor
ick, preached at the Holmes church
at Ware Shoals Sunday.
We extend congratulations to Mr. J.
L. Godfrey and Miss Margeret Morri
son and Mr. 'Wm. South and Miss Lo
lita Reeves, who were recently mar
-Mrs. 0. B. Jenkins, who is teaching
school -at Blyt-hewood spent the tweek
end with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. W.
Ware Shoals -and Monaghan basket
ball team, of Greenville, played a game
Wednesday night. The result was 30
to 16 in favor of Ware Shoals.
We are indebted to our friend Mr.
Courtenay White, for a good mess of
kDrs. Jones, Workman and Jones are
kept (uite busy now looking after the
Farners are making preparations
for another crop. It is to be hoped
they will grow an abundant crop for
man and beast, and cut the acreage in
cotton at least one -half.
it was our good fortune to hear Rev.
J. L. Harley preach a most excellent
senmon Sunday at King's Chapel.
The contractor on the Ware Shoals
and -Princeton 'o. soil road is pushing
the work vigo, isly.
We are indet I to Nlrs. Alta Cooper
and Mr. John .\ledlock for choice hams.
Work on Turkey Creek bridge is
We welcome Mr. Tolbert and family
who have moved to the 'home of the
late Wn. Henry AmO'e.
Dr. Jones is indebted to all of his
friends for many kind favors.
Mr. Preston W. Devore, of Green
-.Vood, game warden. was in Ware
Shoals yest e iday. 'le informed us
liat Judge It. F. Mattison, of Ware
Shoals, had sold more hunting It
censes than any one in the county.
We recently met the following
friends: Mr's. Jiay Cooper, Mr's. .Jen
tile Ilamilton, and Miss Lau rence Cul
bert son of Ekomi; J. R. McNineht and
lHon. L. J1. Beacham of Rileys; .Joseph
Nance of litie WVest; Prof. W. P. Cul
bertson, Elmwood Cooper and Johnnie
Knight, or Mt. Olive; Mr. and Mrts. Ab
net' Roberts;on, of N. C'.: Sam G1rahamn
of Leesyllle; Thos. Graham, of lDon
ald (s; WI ilam Arinold, of Princeton;
F'ostetr Wright, of Ant revi lle; Andy I.
Poyd, of Laurens ; fErnest Vantore. E.
C. Connoir, Marshall .\lanly, C'harlie
Tr'ibble. MIisses Nuhi Sharp'l and1( Lutla
('ork, of Grteen wood; atnd our' cousin,
Mirsu. J. L4. Daniel, of Newberry.
F IND TWO BODIES
('I.U N El TiOCGE*TmlElR
Maiy Ha114 Been A liv Whein l'Thronn1
in Wnter. Not Y'et Idenitilcd.
(O\ !ngton, On.. Marclh 13.--The
b;odics ( two grown negroes, chaiinedi
t':gether( ariou nd thle neck and w11x.eighited
dlown wilth a 15t0 (ound stone, wer'e
found in thle Y'eilow~ tivet' at Allien's
bridge 12 m ies south of her'e, 'this
A cor'oner's juiry investigating the
case thIs afternoon held that the ne
groes were chained together while
alive anid were throarni from the
brtidlge w~hilhe alive, and that the (lou
bile drowning Ia murder.
The Yeliow river ia a tributary of
the Ocmul gee rivxer and water r ack:
uip from the Jaickron dlam,. so that
normally there is abouit i10 feet at
Allien's ''"ldge. It is beiow no:.malh
A mli white boy named (ash who
wvas playing on thte briidge this motn
inog d iscoveried the foot of a huoman
.bo0dy en thle suriface of the st rcamt. lie
summ!uoned na I. F'armer's then pulled
out the two bodies.
IDo'tors dlecla red th-at thle bodlie:
must have been in the watter' ten days.
Sheriff TI. L. Johnson of this (New
toni) county says that no negroes ar'e
missing from this county and there
has been no rae tr'ouble here.
A month ago, the shiei'iff stated, he
leai'ned of some i'ncc trouble in Jang.
oer County, adjoining Newton, but
vhether these negroes belong there
ias not been determined. Hundreds
>t people who were here this afternoon
o view the bodies were unable to iden
ify either of the negroes.
They were clean shaven -and about
10 to 25 years old and dressed in over
Sheriff Johnson says that a trace
:hain was used to fasten the two ne
groes together at the neck. Apparent
ly they had been placed back to .back.
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