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Eutered April 23, 1903 at Pickons, S. 0., as second class matter, under not of Congress of Marsh 8, 1879.
Matters of interest Throughout thO
Erskino College - gradu tted 26
young m1.n an4 4 young women-the
5ith of June.
The first shienont of peaches
from Ridge Spring for the season
was made on 30th ult.
In Walhulla, last week, five
war~ouses and their contents, ii.
eluding 25 wagons, were destroyed
by fire. Only one building was
W. 0. Irby, of Laurens, son of
the late Juo. L M. Irby, has de.
ch.red himself a candidate for Con.
gress from the Fourth District.
The Abbeville Press and Banner
siys It is very likely that the Sea.
board Air Line will build a r:ad
from that town to Due West in a
short while.,
Rcobert Tribble, who was acting
as firoman on the train that runs
between Edgtield and a rock
quarry, foil from his engine and
his left arm was cut off by the
wheels. -
Dr. James Boyce, resident of the
Due-West Female College, says he
is meeting with much ( ncourage,
ment in his canvass for funds for
a new dormitory. It is remem
bered that Mr. Carnegie gave $10,.
000 for this, providea the people
gave a similar amaount.
In reply to D. F. Wigin, Presi
dent of Lodge 294 La- Uion, and
all others who have recently called
upon our bureau for cheap plans of
cotton warehouses, that just so
soon as we can get in answer from
inquiries sent out that our Union
column will publish in concentrat
ed from about all the information
heeded on the warehousermatter.
One night-last week, on a public
road a few miles from Walterboro,
lightning struck the front wheel
of Dr. Riddick Ackerman's buggy
and tore all the spokes in the
wheel into splinters, except one,
and stripped The Larse of the har.
ness, loaving only the hames and
the traces on the horse. Neither
the doctor nor his horse were in
Mrs. E. B. AWilson, wife of a
well-known farmer near Beech Ts.
land, Aikon county, was shot in
Gd through a window on the
evening of the 22nd ult., and mor
tally woundod. She was aleepin
* in the bed with her small baby.
her husband and other children
bleing ini an adljoining room. Two
negroes are under arrest, being
charged with the crime.
Mr. Thos. P Cothrani is a candi.
date fois re-election as a member of
tihe Hiouse of Representatives in the
A General Assembly, subject to the
action of the Democratic primaries
in Augmat. Mr. Cothran is one
* of the best legal practitioners ini
the Piedmont, and he keeps in close
touch with affhirs in this county,
s6 that he has made a mt st ex -el.
lont record as a legislator.
Elliot Rouse, a negro, committed
an unusually atrocious murder
near Greenwood last week. He
was trying to make his wife, who
had left him, return to his home,
and upon the woman's refusal he
struck her with an axe, grazing
the skull. Sho turned to run and
then ho sndote her again, sinking
% the axe up VE its eye in the wo
man's brain. Her death was in
stantaneons. He fled bareheaded
and has not been seon since.
President E. L. Archer, of the
Spa'tann county branch of the
Southern Cotton association, has
* issued a statement to the farmers
that it is the intention this year to
sell their cotton in bulk. It has
been estimated that there are about
5,000 bales to be marketed this
year in Spartanburg county which
will be held in lots varying from
20 to 80 bales. Already President
Archer has received notices from
many of the farmers that they in..
tond to place their cotton in the
common pool and in that way to
sell through one medium and for
a higher price than would be ob,
ained in any other way.
This is the third car
Two Nice P4
Obituary. Saluda, Frid
Mrs. Margaret Thomas, wife of Lexington, 8~
W. P. Thomnas, died suddenly at Columbia, M
tho home of her son-in~law, Thos. Orangeburg,
King. She had been married Sumter, Wedi
.wice, the first time marrying W~m. Mannmig, Ti*
lBrower, and the second timo W, P. Monck's 00]
l'homas. She~ leaves two children' 13.
and fifteen step child(1 en. She was Georgelowni,
a kind, loving mother and step. Kingstroe, li
mother, and was a consistent mnem. Florence, Tu
lser of the Baptist ch urchi, having Marion, Wed
joined many years ago. 1Hur Conway, Fri
piace cannot be filled in the home, Darl1inigton,
in the church, and as a neigh bor, R ishlopv'il ,
and while we mourn her loss, wo Bennettsvjll
bow in humble submission to Him 25.
.vho doeth all things well, feeling Chester fierd,
tssured that our loss is her gain. Camdon, Frid
rhe funeral and intormnat took Lancaster, Si
place at Flat Rock chucrh, on Chester, More
"hursday last, and was coniducted Winnsboro, 'i
by Rev. T. F. Nelson. Yorkvillo, V,
- --- -----Oni y, 'Thu
The sub committee of the State IUiioni, 8atur1
Executive Committee adopted and Newberry, TP
promulgated the following cam.- Gremwood,i
paign itinerary for the approach- 8.
ing State campaign : A bbev'ille, TI
St. George's, Tuesday, Juno 19. -Ainderson,, Fi
Charleston, Wed nesday, Juno Walhaltla, Si
20. -Pickens5, Mor
Walterboro, Thursday, June 21. Grseniville, '
Boaufort, Friday, June 22. Laurens, We
Hampton, Saturday, June 23, Thol sumital
Baunwell. Monday, June 25. aligt.
Bamnberg, Tuesday, June 26.
Aiken, Wednesday, Juine 27. O i E
Edgefiold, Thursday, Juneo 28.
ar naiy ore of hse
"ofeamupone'reoovur onl7
ask~ you to take the risk--if the
another Gay Abttle ayor EUIWa
yOR Heal
-load of Buggies we have rece
old price. Come in
anos for Sale Ch<
yJun 29. Grea
Lturday, June 30.
011(ny, July 9.
Tuesday, July 10.
iesday, July 11. All our entire stock will nom
ursday, July 1.2. in prices and if you havi not b
IIer, FrIday, July furnishing goos, now is a good
Satuday .1H -Take advanitage of this drc
Saturday, July 1-1.1
.(nd~ay, July 160, p naha fyu n est
?'sday, .Julv 17. Fe laigadPesn
inesdaiy, July 18. Mrhn alrn eatet
lay, .July 20.
Saturday, July 21.
I'uesday, July 2.1
, Wednesday, July
Thursday, July 26
lay, July 27.__ - - ___
iturday, July 28.
day, July 30.
sday, July 31..oNvr iap
rsdlay, August 2.e oo ortrn ~~o~ eow
F'riday, A gorigost 3,i
day, A t'gast 41.
uesday, August 7.b~eot~n
rVedne'sday. Aup ust eleoebbe
hursday, August 9.curvcc nw
iday, August 10.
iturday, August 11WecPr0O
dlay, August 13.o 1.0 e mn~
'uCesday, August 14. YBSRFEKC$. HRNGI
dIueidlay, A ugust 15. Intr~ d
ee th inks this sche'd- U4ICR.Tm
and will work ou1NK IG .D.lrnoDsa
in pris an di you h avue Inotu b
funshn goos[JT?, wMi aTgo
usltl il . Tk datg ftir
M T Erhn TaIoinDpatet
Sol agnPor Cent aters
W-Neer Diro
___ ~\e FulailEer, PromAseHd
ISDureOdT.N DO hrt er, W HtOt u
~h-Bruce-fnorrow Co.
ived this Spring, and this
and let us fit youi up.
d t
r be sold at a great reduction Sr
aught your overcoat, suit or
time to save money,
p in price before some elsd 2
e plum. S20
of all clothing made in our I ru
___________________your fan
Wid fl"en1 , Sut ou
i So. ar.w..t.
I Notihin
and Dutchess Trousers. good Serj
_____ ____ ______shape ret
rant ours
ItEOur'.atients. isar
lee odOut False Honep. ~ open you,
if bouaagole a Vaioo leaq eibi but
dja"CoIE'rai Iit'i ra L .on oasiiitc
7,'."..'*. b,..I." ***.*4eriafrth itc o ob*~ Froi
~atnen or e oi ees is oneurpam
so the snedical prOSSIOn. .r a Singlo
ea t, n e e lo uof f a'ata n rm
"%*,tsag,daga eto acro patiente a I Isplenldi
(rTedfotigIgold a)gr '.'o steds and1
blaf peeldd fIno'IG and look
'yladi a'se* *Ia.'' a f',' Td 120 S
de'n#"ongDlsof *7 n N.e" . Main
1. AM.nt Mauldn
NS BA NKT70acres
on Pumpk
-- - $20,500.00 joining Ian
. . i 8,ooo.oo Watsdh oli
- - 140,000-00 Almo email tracts
~aidl On D~eposits -:-- We have also son
ors along the c
dW. M. Hagood,
>ggs, J. McD. Bruce.T H I
Richey, J. P. Carey,
ii is '".
0S r
is the last car at the
)V eo
'e Suits, ~
SEltIE about ilit8
y for a Spring
new "8cHroSS
the thing you
g is bettor than
(n.-stylishi and
iing. We war.
fast color and
Thio way theo
made up wvill
Seyes to the Poe-.
i good Ltiloring. Cpvgid 0
er Diffent B
n the Com- CLOSB' G
51101 Knd. Fine Clothes biakers
mon Kind. Baltimore and.New~ort
md1doblol.breastedl ini fouz dlIistinct modols, every
ul of style. Our Sprintg shtipmennt just mn, Also
I showing of groys and mixtures in Sorges, Wor.
Fi'ancy Goods. Every ting for spring. Come
H. Endel Grenile
of land near Marietta, S. C.,
mntown road. $10 per acre.
near Travelers IRest, -
Is of Mr. Thos. Cunningham. Part of the Butler
I home. $i15 per acre.
of land, 20 to 50 acros.
ie very desirable lots near city limits. Theso iots aro
ar line-$630 each.
Greenville, S, C.

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