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PERSONAL MENTION. v
i People Visiting in This City and [ftf L at Other Points. Jll '?Mr. I. G. Jennings, of Denmark, I i was in the city Tuesday. ?V. S. Owens, Esq., of Barnwell, III spent Tuesday in the city. ?Magistrate S. G. Ray, of Den- II mark, was in the city Monday. ?Mr. A. D. Williams, of the Olar ||| section, was in the city Monday. ?Mr. C. S. Hiers, of the Ehrhardt I section, was in the city last Friday. ?Mrs. M. L. Glenn, of Greenville, || is in the city on a visit to relatives. I Air T 17" 1705rco Tr r?f thp Ehr- III hardt section, was in the city Monday. ?Dr. S. P. Rentz, of the Hunter's Chapel section, was here last Satur| day. ?E. H. Henderson, Esq., spent |T Sunday in Aiken with his father's r family. ?Mr. L. W. Ritter, of the Buford's Bridge section, was in the city Monday. ?Mr. B. H. Carter, of the Ehrhardt section, was in the city last k Saturday. K ?Mr. J. F. Kearse, Sr., of the hps in the rit.v last r ?? - - ? - - ? r Thursday. ?Mr. R. M. Bruce, of The Herald, spent Sunday with relatives in Branchville. L * ?Mr. J. Crum Smoak, of the V Hunter's Chapel section, was in the P city last Saturday. ?Miss Lemacks, the new milliner for the Millinery Store, arrived in [ the city this week. ?Mrs. J. W. Price and children have returned from a visit to relatives in Blackville. ?Messrs. J. H. Ayer and W. A. Hay, Jr., of the Govan section, were in the city Tuesday. ?Mrs. Claude Gilchrist, of Florence, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Brabham. ?Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Johns, of Baldoc, and Mrs. Wilson, of Ulmer, ?npnt last Thnrsdav in the city. ?Mrs. R. M. Bruce and little son, who have been visiting relatives at Branchville, returned home Sunday. ?Mrs. Ralph Gettings, of Columbia, is spending some time in and around the city with relatives and friends. ?Mr. J. C. O'Neal, of Savannah, I spent a few days here this week with I his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. O'Neal. ?Miss Edith Walker, who has : been visiting her sister, Mrs. J. Felder Hunter, has returned to her home I near Blackville. ?Mrs. J. Felder Hunter and chil- || dren returned Sunday from a visit to . the family of her father, Mr. W. Tk Walker, near Blackville. ?Misses May Brabham and Lallah I Byrd, from Columbia college, spent II a few days last and this week at home with their parents. II ?Mrs. J. B. Briokle, of Bamberg, j| has returned home after spending a few days with her parents, Mr. and I J. E. Berry.?Branchville Journal. ?Mr. J. J. Simmons, of Holly Hill, I has been spending a few days with the family of his mother. He has I not been well and came home to re- I I cuperate. I | ?Mrs. A. A. Zeigler, who has been in the hospital in Columbia for some I : weeks under treatment, returned Jjl! home Tuesday night, greatly improv- V\\\ * ed in health. ?Mrs. G. W. Garland, Jr., and X children, and Mrs. Minnie Sayles, of .. New York city, who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Garland, returned home last week. Jailei ?Mr. G. W. Garland, Jr., of New ; York city, came down recently for a few days' visit to his father, Mr. G. Lit W. Garland, and returned home with actio] his family, who had been spending yearsome time here. preve ?Miss Mildred Kearse has return- here, ed from an extended trip to Jackson- Se1 ville and St. Augustine, Fla., and the ( other points of interest. She also to th visited friends and relatives in Co- son, ; lumbia and Bamberg. and < ? Mi 500 ACRES OF MELONS. befor away New York Firm Leases Large Tract a sh< in Florence County. men ordei \ Florence, March 3.?What %is said but i to be one of the largest melon patches woue in the South will be planted near the situa I southern suburbs of this city this ed to year by Messrs. Young & Matthews, of New York, who have recently gone heavily into the melon business. W; This firm has leased and will Gene plant 425 acres of watermelons, he w and seventy-five acres of canteloupes, Bar : mnlHnp- a total nf 500 acres of mel- snsta ? W ? ? - - oris. They have arranged with the comr Coast Line to put in side tracks at Lewi their farms for the purpose of re- genei ceiving fertilizers and for shipping Th their melon crop. They have already he w; ararnged for the sale of every melon of a L made on the 500 acres and could was [ have sold more if they could have that f secured the land on which to plant coulc more. be il I Five years ago this week we opened the ladies and girls of Bamberg anc them exclusively, one which they w< to their wants only, showing the ne in their apparel to be found outside We have but one reason to believe that efforts to have just what you want at an The reason is your hearty co=operatior We wish to thank each and every one that has as; your continued support, we promise to do even better ii li/IH I IMFDV r 1Y11J~IJUI11Y UAY A L Our milliner, Miss Roper, has returned after spending six weeks in the markets. While there she secured the very newest to be had in this department, as she was in daily touch with the new things as they came out, selecting in this way an assortment that could not be had otherwise. We invite vou to come and meet Miss Roper, if you did not meet her last season. Let her show you and tell you all about what is new and stylish. The goods she bought are arriving daily. If you want anything in this department, you won't have to wait. If you need a special Hat for a special occasion, she can build it. We have hats and shapes for immediate use, we have DRY GOODS In this department we are also ready to show you the new things for early wear. We believe that we have a . more complete line than we have ever before shown you. Most of these goods were bought months ago, in order to get the most desirable patterns and weaves in the new goods. They are arriving daily, and we feel sure when everything is in, you will have little trouble in getting together your Spring and Summer wardrobe. It would be useless for us to try to tell you what all new we have. All we can do is to give you a few of the many things we have, and ask you to come and see just what we are showing. Don't take what we say or what others say but come and see for yourself. If you have not -in fho hoViif nf cVinrminor "orit.Vi US Tinw is fl. 0T)Ofl tlTTlfi UbV/11 XIX UI1U 1XUIU1U VX MXXV^/^/XXXg M*VM MWJ MV .1 AM v. Q to begin. It will pay both of us. 5 First of all, we wish to call your attention to our Embroideries. Regardless of what it is in this line, we have it. The little Swiss and Nainsook Sets are the prettiest we have ever shown. The dainty Irish Point, we have never had anything like it before. The Dimity Flouncings you will find entirely new. These we have in the Hemmed and Scalloped. See the Agaric Embroidery Flouncings with Bands to match. You will like them. HOOTON'S Lj MILLINERY AND DRE BAMBERG, SOL LS STOPS JAIL DELIVERY. FIVE DIED FROM GAS. LOOKIXK SIT1 r's Daughter Calls Him to Drive A Man, His Wife and Three Children Congressman Lnc Prisoners Back from Roof. Found Dead. ers at That the frienc ;chfield, Ky., Feb. 29.?Quick Accidentally suffocated by gas, Oscar W. Underwc a by Miss Mary Jackson, the 16- John Barrett, a laborer, his wife and chairman of the ^1 ^ orLf/m* at Toil ar ToolreAfi + Vi i*aa i?aiin aVi il /T rori vi* ar a f n n r? /T r\ f\ ir. _ U1U uaugiitci Vi u cxii^i uavacwu, L111 juuu^ v^niiui v^u >t ^ ivuuu vi^mv*. UU III III 11 lt?tJ ILL LllC >nted a wholesale jail delivery in their two-room basement apart- congress, are goinj ment at 12 West Fifty-fourth street, lina's delegation reral prisoners sawed through New York, Saturday night. Tenants Convention is evi( ;ell doors and made their way in the house detecting an odor of es- in Columbia Thur e roof of the jail. Guy Patter- caping gas, notified the police, who Durham, a Wasl 1 prisoner, jumped to the ground broke into the apartment and found man, who is here escaped. the body of Mrs. Barrett sitting up- Underwood. He ss Jackson heard the noise and right in bed, one hand clutched to state several wee e the other prisoners could get her breast and the other over her the ground thorou she called her father, who, with mouth. The bodies of Helen, aged it different section Dtgun, ran out and ordered the 7 and Winfred, aged 2, were lying back. They laughed when he with their heads almost in her lap Blease Turns ed them to return to their cells, with thei** hands raised to her. The A parole 0f un vhen the jailer opened fire and body of the four-months-old baby was ^een granted by ided John Pruitt, they took the lying on a pillow at her feet, both The g0vernor has tion more seriously and return- hands clasped over the mouth. Bar- the c0uet0n COunt ? their cells. rett's body was lying with the head ? mnviVted ~ on the floor and the feet still in the j .Q the countv c0 Threatens to Resign. bed The familv evidently had re- I _ ..... / aaa senienceu lo ii ashington, March 4.?Attorney tired in the on^ bed and Barrett or j commute ral Wickersham said to-day that his wife, before going to bed had and he enter ould resign from the American turned the gas down to a dim light, j 1903 Thig Association if that organization at the same time accidentally turned ^dams" "killed a ined the action of its executive the cock supplying a gas stove which ^he citizens ol Co nittee in ousting William H. was unlighted. td reward of $ s, a negro, assistant attorney Heyward offered a ral. from membership. A Lutheran refrain, "The Devil is Qovernor fjeywar ^ <sH/>rnDT7 sronorQi thcif Dpflfi " was once heiner chanted bv .. . ? V UIWV1 t5 VAAV1 Mil UWAU1 VU I/IAWV J ?' ? ? w ,. ?fl0 FGW&rQ JOT F fl as not fighting for the admission two Oxford undergraduates as they , x xv . , , x xv v ,, * oo aead or alive, takn negro to the organization, but lounged about the hall of Cuddes- .4 .. . , ? vx x xv -o ? i x, ? x it would be legaliz waging a fight against the idea den Palace. Gently walking up to ^ rovision the American Bar Association them, Bishop Wilberforce placed one a Provlslon- ^ I do a thing which he believes to hand on each head, saying: "Alas! An ad. in The H ' ?1 i " rnlts Trv one ar legal. I pcui uiyiiauff. Anniversary \ I our doors to the people, promising 1 surrounding counties a store for >uld be proud of, as we have catered west and most complete assortment j of the large cities. ] you appreciate a store of this kind and our times. i and support. sisted us in making our store what it is to-day. With .1 the future than in the past. I )EPARTMENT j the ready-to-wear, or can build one at a short notice to | your individual taste. We have everything necessary to j give you just what you want. In Ribbons and Millinery accessories, we have a larger line than ever. Ribbons for the Hair, Ribbons for the Dresses, and Ribbons for the Hats. You should not fail 1? ? ? ---- ^ TT,#??? J?4- 1 An X4- rtrJll wolro rr/Ml i| LU See UUI' Opeuicti JO.Hlr XViUUUJJ. ctt lUU. n win inoac jfuu wonder. Miss Roper says she has secured the largest and prettiest assortment of Pattern Hats ever shown in a town of this size. We want you to see them. Will advise you later as to when we will have the showing of them. J DEPARTMENT , I We also have the Embroidered net in nouncings. n its a swell suit you wish these will make them. I We have the 45 inch Embroidery, the new thing for j Suits and Waist, also the 27 inch dainty patterns for the Yokes. In Nets and All Over Lace, just call for it if it's new; ! we have it. In Val and Round Thread Laces we think we can suit you; we have one cabinet of Match Sets at 10c and one 5c. Tn T.inen T.a.nes wp ha.ve them in the Real Article, or in the cheap ones. We have the Tub Proof Colored Linens for those one j piece dresses. In White Linens, we have them in all kinds and . ? prices. A look will be better than we can describe them. In white goods for Skirts and Suits we have the newest in all the weaves. ' For dainty evening or day dresses we have the Marquisette in all of the popular shades, in both the imported and domestic. In White Goods, we have them of every description, ! so numerous we would not like to attempt listing them. ; All we will say, is come and see. We shall expect you to come and help us make 1912 our banner year. Yours for business, 4DIES STORE 1 SS MAKING PARLORS ?nnw ? ft /"\* TIT 1 JJJj MM LAKULli>A ^ "r= CATION OVER. "RATHER HAVE THE ROPE." SAW NO MONEY PASSED. __ % lerwood's Support- But Samuel N. Hyde May be First Hence Release of Coluijibia Men Work. . Legally Electrocuted in State. v ' Charged with Race Betting. Is of Congressman ~ T >od, of Atlanta, the Anderson, Feb. 28.?Samuel N. Columbia, March 4. In police ways and means Hyde, the young white man who kill- court to-day a number of persons, i iower branch of e(* w^e anc* ^er father ia the arrested Saturday afternoon in the % after South Caro- Orr cotton mill village last July, and rooms of W. S. Poat, at 1,335 Main to the National w^? was convicted of murder last street, on a charge of gaming and betipnt hv thp arrival September, will likely be the first ?n horse races, were tried. W. S. ? - . ? -x J l j sdav of Mr. Jay F. Person to be legally electrocuted in 1J?at was not present ana ms uuuu lington newspaper South Carolina. Hyde was sentenced was forfeited. The other defendants in the interest of to hang on October 20 last, but this were arraigned and pleaded not guilwill remain in the sentence was stayed by an appeal to ty. Detectives Richardson and Ford ;ks and look over the supreme court. The supreme testified to having found charts hung ghly. He will vis-- court dismissed the appeal and Hyde uP?n the walls in Poat s rooms, upon s of the State must be resentenced at the May term which were posted the names of ? e otate. _ . hnrsps hnt thev did not see any ? :? of the court of sessions. me gover- ? ? ?- ? ? Adams Loose. nor has already refused to interfere mon?y change hands, usual infprpst has with *he sentence. Mr- Christie Benet, city attorney, Governor Blease Hyde was asked by the News and addressed the court, and stated that, given R A Adams Courier correspondent recently if he as the defendants had not been v man his libertv' Preferred electrocution to hanging by searched and no money had passed, "after a 'ong trial *^e neck? aQd he made the laconic he would recommend that the cases urt at Waltprhnrn reply: "I'd rather have the rope; I be dismissed. However, he warned tang His sentence don't want any electricity in mine. defendants that it was the city s to lifp imnrison I ?ot burned once by electricity when intention to put a stop to betting on p t trooUftr, the races, and cautioned them to be ed the penitentiary 1 was wuriuus iui iuc . as an unsual case. pan^ That little touch of juice was I more careful in the future. man and escaped. enough for me. I'll pick the rope ? lleton county offer- every time." It is presumed that the He Got One. 500 and Governor electric chair will not be installed at in additional $500. the Penitentiary until April or May, A man on a rural route who took d refused to offer if that soon. If that be the case a city PaPer in preference to a county e arrest of Adams Hyde will probably be the first to | paper because he got more paper for ---- | the money, was attracted by the ad ig the position that iaKe tne cuaif- vertiseipent of a fire escape which ed murder to make would be forwarded on receipt of $2. When contemplating private water TT ? , ,, . _ , ? , wm? works investigate the Fairbanks- se cash and in z. few days erald will bring re- Morse Eclipse Pumping outfit. WM. received a copy of the New Testaid see. H. PATRICK, Gas Engine Expert. ment. - :??