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K * LANC f Vol. XII. To Write i Advertis AST! JL J0L mm LANCAS' 1 faHHMwkl It Takes All C dering Goods Our Stock. "W an Immense n ir\ rt 1 "1 a~v i ? -v* AIJL CXJLX VJ LL-L men ^ Our first shipmci Millinery, Dress G< Sil went out of stores like hot < riving daily. We will have Special Display and ( the balance of April. Liste r 10 yards Lawn cents. TlinrrmRnvi's Vi' Corsets. Our pric< Dotted Silk Tiss cents- Our price 4 25 dozen Ladies cents. Our price 5 We can't menti< gains unless we paper. Come and ! Lancaster Me i t ements. )ur Time Orto Keep Up ~e have had i Business Departts. nts of jods, ks, Etc., cakes- New goods ai a Special Prices h. iri f f * L M r r? for Twenty-11 v c irid new ?.1.0Z 5 82 cents. ?ues, worth. GC 18 cents. /est, worth 10 cents. on all our barrent the whole see us rcaniiie Co. :r eis x xi. R ,-a-ixarr.XJ TER, S. C, SATURDAY Hurry Stevens Drowned. The relatives ami many friem I of young Harry Stevens, son (Mr. and Mrs. J. II. W. Steven '.formerly of Lancaster, now Rock Hill, were shocked ai gr' -vc-d at the news of hissudds f and unexpected de: th v! h*h c curred last. Saturday atternoc from drowning. The Rock Hill Herald of We nesday gives the lolloping a count ol this sad and tragic alia: The message from Yorkvil last Saturday afternoon, a nouncing that Ilarry Steven with his comrades, Fi ;uk Limlsi and Edward Nichols, had t?e< drowned, sent a thrill ot sorro to every heart and cast a hea\ gloom over the entire common ty. How quickly the sad won passed from home to home. Ho ine sympathy of our people wei out to tlie mother and father ai sisters and brothers, especially the home of Harry Stevens. Every one knew the man young man. It; a few days ! would have been eighteen yea . old, and it seemed almost incre< iblo that the strong boy, an ide specimen of young manhoo could have thus died. We hai seldom seen, if ever before, tl people of our town, especially tl young boys, so sadly imprcsst with a death. Ilarry was a fa orite among his friends ; an many knew Frank Lindsay. I! was the son of Oapt. J. R. Lint say and a nephrw of Mrs. A. I White and had often visited Roc Hill. Cadet Edward Nirho was the only son of Mr. T. * Nichols, a prominent farmer, wl lives near Vorkville. As soon as the message can I)r. W. (r. Stevens, accompanie by Dr. J. K. Massey, Jr., startt for Yorkville. The remains < Harry Stevens were brougl home Sunday morning on special train, and in the afte I noon at the First Presbyteria church, Rev. Frasier of Lanca tor, assisted by Revs. Thornwel Beaaley and Thayer conducts the funeral ceremc nv. 1! * church was filled with svmpi thetic friends and more than thousand people followed tl | body to its final resting place i 1 Laurel wood cemetery Col. W. (!. Stephenson at Capt. W. S Schneider, wit Cadete Albert Fri Iheim. L c r Moore, Hon Mas rv. Dm n Lov j I Arthur Hen If and J mes Ftsl j acted as honorary pallhe n paying their 1-i-t sad r'Vs to ib pupil and r>r c pall bear<tr werr* Mc.i?t 7 I f Vivid<en. < J TT C-?ene. \V 1 Wilson, Jr., T. A. Moore, Loy ! i?; pi;... j " J Lind : jthoni are as follows: i lol. \ oi'kVii.u aoonL o ,'jO u Cioc ,nd r Cap:. L. Y Siephcu^un i II he I'ut ally loi UlacU's pond it J t?.o put .?(?.>, <?i enjoy ?nj_ a t I It was undoisiood that tiietadc i could ?u ltn. >iji oniy oiu. w kililt.i i la) O.U Iiiiil pallu ll' been in \is.t'iu . ninco.umir oil For years il lias been populi M a swimming pool, and thel | are lew male citizens ot Yorl i \ -lie who arc not acquainted wit | its water. Several <??. tie' hot : knew the pond and its histor . i 1 been in ^ 1 1 they did not know. ';v_. i' 1 sij! I of the heavy t.fu 'summer, the mill d nt OAi * 11' - T5 t) ^ I IV if* r, MAY 10, 1002. I ? TtxeFim id | Is made with ing Powder. . A sweet, pure @ le n- ' : ts, broken aiul that a twelve loot j iy channel Inni been on * through ti?e ( ?n previously shallow centre ot the W DO'nl. ru i Th? 1 - * - ^ ,, me 'j\j > r. imu inn ueen in lilt! ii pond long mmIil Edward Nichols Is got into this channel, and wouid w 'lien have drowned had it not ^ nt been for the timely assistance ol id Cadet Marsh Morrow. In a lew * in minutes Harry Stevens had cotih too mr Cadets Nichols and ly Linlsiv saw that their comrade ? ie must have aid or he was lost. At rs once thev went to him The ? ii 1 task was loo much, and the three al bo\ > went down to a watery ^ d, grave. </e I he other members of the ie party acted as men of courage j ie and discretion, Mr. Fred C. Black ?d owner of the pond, and Cadet v- Morrow risked their lives freely. K id Both of them were nearly drown- \ [e ed by the three drowning bova, 1 but they thought not of self, g 1. The Cadets strung out to the :k brink of the fatal channel. Mor r Is row went down again and again J. until he had recovered the bodies ,p io of Stevens and Nichols. The dam was cut, and after the water A te had fallen a little he brought out id the body of Frank Lindsay. II id Efforts at resuscitation were A [>f commenced at once and with iuit telligence. I)rs. Walker, Mca Dovvell, Barron and White reachr ed the scene in something like ,n an hour. Then the work was a- continued with all skill anu i, knowledge. Stevens' arm wa? (1 opened and a How ol blood was ie obtained, but it was black, showi ing no sign ol oxygen. Kestoraa lives were injected, and every w ieI known remedy tried. More than Q| in! a hundred people had gathered,m land not one lor curiosity. For (j id more than two hours the doctors 0J h 1 work d. b> ping against hope. All Three young lives w e.: ?.*ei stil! and silent. ^ be ; bad just saved I e, ' is :i nd un death and wasL r >'t"' - ( m tho bank when the; 1 *s wont down. But hi eO t r were again enlisted and , , jske.! 1 . . .:ie r ,'i\ .re than thirlv ; w nu'e.? nQ w in the water! V( ireinn; ' ' v 1 f ?r 'o* i ] ? fin '"''v iv sei um*. ** I yr n <i.<?>,%. ?.r>v~ h'-.v ' Your' M f r, .. -! v I ,v . . ' I ?' 1 "I ' | M " Wiinli OiU.-rs In Ku;>v. rc i ij "I have lined DeWitta Little ' torpid liver and they are all right, j I am "lad 'n mdorne them for; ltl v * Ithir'-Trhenwe. find a piood thioj ioh Alfred lleinze. Quiiicv. Hhrjt'* t ( v.-v ; i >e i.-r diArens. ?ui'dn ioru Uios. I cl W Ji W h J t' " I ,' ' 3<? 6>> S f*% ^ . No. 8 ;st Cake i Royal BakAlways light, > wholesome. In Memory )!' Mrs. M. S Baker, who, aft? r lingering illness, departed thiife oil Mav 1, 1002. She was a lomber of Tirzah church ; was n all'ectinnate mother, a kind nd obliging neighbor, and oil" rlio \yas always ready to lend sustaining hand wherever duty ailed, and one, too, who deiglited in a modest way to ootlie the conch of the s'ck. [er deeds of kindness will lingr long with us May God 3veal hini>elf to her loving liildren as the Go 1 of all contort in this their bereavement, he was 75 years of age. Her smains were interred at Fork till after funeral services by ',ev. R. J. Blackmon. very year the Father calleth. Some loved one to endless re.-t, nd me heart,tho' tilled with anguish Can but cry, ''lie knoweth best " ut a year not distant cometh. When they tread the vast unknown, hey shall tlnd their ransomed dear one, Seated round the great white throne hy hands are clasped upon thy breast They have kissed thy marble brow, nd in their aching hearts they know, < They have no mother now. eaven retaineth now their treasure, r.arin i dp lonely casket keeps, nd the sunbeams long to linger, Where their sainted mother sleeps. earest loved one they have laid thee In the peaceful grave's embrace, lit thy memory will be cherished. Till we see thy heavenly fact, Lizzie Small fyny-Halsam Stops tUe Tickling, and quickly allay* iulUmniAUou la the Uucak Rear Admiral W. T. Sampson ho was in command of the lleet t war vessals that demolished le Spanish navy at 'Santiago, uha, during the Spanisk-Ameri in war, died at liis home in Washington last Tuesday, lie us buried nt Annnnftlij 1l.?. ? A*uui?]i/viic^ i nr ?at ol the national Naval AcaJ ny, yesterday. He had l" ?-n ul health lor some time. When you wake lip witti a bait tajte i your mouth you may know th k; hi nee a ilose of Cliamberlait 'oni'iii nn<! T iver Tablets V ill rleaiinp your stomach, impro o hi apj * tile arnt make you feel li man They ire easy to tn unjj suirnr coHleii, arot pleasant n Vert . Kor sale by .1 k. Mackey a. 0. ; \t 1 the she r.neeieti at her hoste* te to ft' h~r vr.vetw expc ' ino usual prompting. fin 1 1. Mi; * 1? iiii: hie lo help ' > r\ f\ f 1 1"^ ^ t ii P'o o . * . > 1 ,,nl Ir,,.. V. H . ? ? . . , t v <IUI I llll UH'i . i i \?r , and ! am navit that don't 'aiO'V 11 v." Of All Hoi Wcniht-r llni i iit s * hun.auity ol.ohrn i the . o: . rent meat to be effective run*! he rumpt. When vouiitinjj, purlin* ml -weat announce that the di.-en** pref en i. oinbat it with Vrr* ' k" diarrhoea, cholera morbus a. 1 jfm otery are overcome bj Painkiller, is equally health-promoting in a>< i mates.