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% Short Locals. Wednesday, August t>, 19( t _ ?Mr. J. M. Kuiglit is in t store with Mr. J.J. Blackmo ?Miss Maggie Porter of Jac sonham is teaching the N< <Jut school. \iiUJ vi,,., ri mioo IJUQ VJI IODII in i CrtUiil the But or d school, with about pupils enrolled. ? Born, Friday, August 1902, to Mr. and Mrs. W. Blackmon, a girl. ?Mr. J. I) Blackmon, Creek, is in the store with 1 brother, Mr. J J. Blackmon, 1 a while. ?All interested iti the N< Hope cemetery will please nu at the church on next Ttiesdt August 12. ?New Rostal cards, containi the photograph ot toe ialo l'n i<leot. Mclvinley, Itase heeo ceivtd at the Lancaster post ?>ill r ?A aeries ot meetings is bui he?d at Bethel church this we ^ by Rev. W. C. Winn, ass it t I Rev. L. L. Bedenhaugh of son. ?Rev. R. E. Small is !.v.i > a protracted meeting <; i i. Baptist church this v . is assisted by Rev. A. 3k.. v.iaxt ol Monroe. ?Magistrate Jol.i. Ki turned over to the cot; . .y ire; urer Monday $130.8^ in lii and costs for the q t v.'tor ei ing J illy 31. ?Lee Massey, ? /?oted, w Jive?l on Mr. 8am 1). iaylr place, was killed >y iigniiu last Friday alter..own wnile the lield at work. ?"i'ole'' Thompson, co.or was seut lo the eha.ugang 1 week for GO days?iwo cases, 'lays each?by Magistrate Cask ^ a'- - r iur ureacn oi irubi ami disord iy conduct. ?There is an abundance of I P .sorghum cane planted in 1 county this year and the stalk said to be lino, but the yield eouie sections is nut coming up expectations. ?Rev. J. M. White has cured t ;u services of Rev. ] Bays, Rock Hill, for an dress at Unity about the first October. Proceeds to go benefit of Unity church. ?Messrs. .J. N. Outon a McF. Mayer have opened up wood work and repair shop White Street, below the C tral telephone oflice. The li name is J. N. Outen & Co. ?Rev. R. M. Hilton, i Tuxahaw mail carrier from b to Dwight, lost a coat betwt here and the county home 1 * Friday. He says rain is noet badly out in the Dwight s tion. ?Mrs. Elizabeth Roddy, \s m of Mr. W. B. Roddy, of R< Hill, died Sunday morning a o'clock at the age of about years. She was the mother Miss Mary Roddy of this pl.n Jler remains were interred in Neely Creek cemetery Aloud ?Rev. J. M. White will gin a threo days' meeting Gills Creek church next Frit at 11 o'clock a. m., with cc munion servicos on Sunday 11 o'clock. He will also bej h week's meeting at Un church on Wednesday, Aug and hopes to have some a clerical assistance. ?Rev. J. M. White attem the Waxhaw and Shiloh Hi vj fu* iiit \r of W q v a ui - ??v/v/iv)vj m ?t HAiiatr uaiumay u reports a good meeting. Ab< *ixty dollars was raised for I Bible cause. The address Uev. J. K. Hall of Outhriesvi was an excellent one and enj< ?n by all present. A splen< dinner was served in the gro I ) . y . A. I and in the afternoon Mr. Sei __ White preached a good sermon > to a large audience. )2. co\ Messrs. li. A. Long and Herbert ~ Young spent Sat ut day evening in ^1C Chester. ci '11. TT . . otl ? Union services Sunday night . at the Baptist church. Preaching ^ -w by Rev. Chalmers Eraser. 'at dw ?Mr. J no. II. Caskey lei t at "Jj this olliee a tew days ago a cou- 80 ' j pie ol twin cucumbers, some- ; ' J thing not seen every day. I otl j ?There will be services in the [1118 ' | Episcopal church next iSunday no at 11 o'clock a. in. and 5 p. m.Jstc of conducted by Rev. G. Crolt Wilds liams 01 Blackslnirg. Co or' * *ii i j ?I here will be a union 6uu-j | day school picnic at Elgin 0111 en pw Wednesday, August 20. Rev. in 'ot Dr. Bays has accepted the invita- G. v. lion to make an address <?n that coi j day. J de ng ? WANTED?Scrap Iron of] us J oveiy description, oid Stoves, j } rii-; Brass una Rubber. Any kind ol1 ' old iron. Highest cash price paid. er! ' Bring to my shop in Lancaster* j r() jio, 4t F. R. Massey. )as | j to by i Mrs. Rohhie McDonald and to' 1'* Iiid Marie McDonald ol Rock j da i 1 til, and Misses Eva and Mary I we , J .acClintock ol Riverside spent mi on j Tnursday last with Miss Dot \vc ile! Smith. sh onj ?One of the livery horses ol Pe I the Lancaster Mercantile Com- Gl pany ran awav Sunday out in r0( ls? West End, and demolished a good m< 1CS buggy, to which the horse had been left hitched. i K* ?Miss Francos Lee, of Atulerho son? s^stor Mrs. Jno. A. Stew- tin iri man, has accepted a position as jie [Ug typewriter and stonographer in j wj the up town ollices of the Lan |_, caster Cotton mills. j11,1 ?Mr. Will l'aylor, one of the ' G ast Lancaster Mercantile Co's. popu- ar 30 lar dry goods salesmen, and Miss w> ey? Adah/ C. Bradford, a popular sil er. school teacher ot this county, ,u were married last Sunday by Rev. J. M White ot' Unity, the * an the ?The members of the .Jr. (). ^ iB U. A. M., No. 38, ot ttiis place, , in went over to Chester Saturday , t0 afternoon on the regular train ar I and organized a Junior Order W lodge for that place. A special I W *e~ engine was sent over for them at! '' 11 o'clock that night. ' ~ ' Si of ?Henry Perry and Frank to Lowry, both colored, plead ! guilty Monday before Magis- it; u i trate Caskey of disorderly con- th a duct, and were fined $5 or ou days each. They paid up. A j ^ oll negro named Hart was in the i i I w rm disorderly crowd, but Sheriff >v Hunter failed to capture him. Gi Lhe ?WANTED 5 YOUNG MEN th ei-o Irora Lancaster County at once to| W1 )en prepare for Positions in the Gov- th ast eminent Service?Railway Mail la led Clerks, Letter Carriers, Custom ro ec Hf use and Departmental Clerks, tj etc. Apply to Inter-State Corres. ' ... Inst., Cedar Rapids, la. .30 lm me ,1, jck ??? t 7 JU Mrs. J. B. Wilson spent last dl f week with relatives in the of . . country. ice. ty lli3 Mrs. R M. ./ones is visiting f jiv her aunt, Mrs Jennie Price. J , ot 1)0 Mrs. Elizabeth Childors re turned irom a visit to York lav county yesterday. ?ni- ?Died, July 28, 1002, the 9at months old child of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. M. (Jauthen of the Heath at ity Springs section. It was buried Ci UBfc Tuesday at, Heaver Creek church. m Mr. B. McRea Thompson ha spent Sunday in the country tii f, with relatives. tll ble lo md Mr. Will Roddey spent Satur- a out <lfty a,u^ ^un(la.v with friends at i?,? Riverside. me ot of Misses Annie Young and pi ille Irene Swaringen who are teachay ing in the country, will spend lid Saturday and Sunday at their ve, homes here. El 'ere Storm Ilelotr Town. Lit Hie Bruce section of the an inty was visited by a severe cit nd, hail and rain storm Monday sei ernoon. The cotton, corn and J. ler crops were badly torn up ok the hail and wind, and the hit id hurt some by l he rain. The wl elling of Mr. Lucius Bell was kn badly wrecked by the wind . it he will have to occupy ler house until repairs can be|(j}i ide. Fortunately, there was! one in the building during the trm. n federate Vetenmn Meet. I Pursuant 10 call, the Oonled- Lpj ite veterans of the county met ! the courthouse Monday. W. ! A. Porter, chairman of the j ' ' mmittee on enroll incut, presiJ, and L. .1. Perry acted as ! ar rotary. After distributing *he olJ >ks for enrollment and instruc- ,\ us how to proceed to the sev- or >1 township committees on on 1 liment, a resolution was adopted iinir each township chairman call a meeting in his respective 1 ap A'lihhij) at the earl'ust possible, wi y and proceed at once with lhe:p( irk. It is urged that the comttees try and complete this j >rk by Nov. 1st, as the town- P ip enrollment books are ex- ar cted to be handed over to the eric of Court by that date tor! i\ iording in the county enroll int book. ^ union in the Mountain Citu. ' ' ill Today, Thursday and Friday pf 0 Conk derate reunion will be n Id in Greenville. The veterans i I , I |)1 11 be met at the trains bv com-1 n< ittees and assigned to the hotels Ul d boarding houses. Those who so p unable to pay lor board, etc., n< 11 be provided lor as far as pos 1); )le by a committee. The comittee of arrangements have a iod pregramme lor the occasion td Ihe veterans no doubt will h, 1 nicely entertained. Among o number going from here we! a) e able to mention Messrs. . B. Bruce, W. G. A. I'orter, p . A. Marshall, S. K. Usher, John ell, W. Crenshaw. nceritf/*# Jitf/ Factor?/. fr Mr. I. N. II elms of the Si nee r; section of the county gavo fll is ollice a pleasant call vester- K iy. llo has recently pone into e jug manufacturing business. K lien a boy he woiked with the it: ny s, who were jug makers, ami erefore this is no new thing " ith him. In order to ascertain al e quality of the dirt on his nds lor making this article, he , . . i t i cently sent a quantity ol it ioj e Broom .Jup factory at Alton,) . 0., to be made into jugs, and ^ e Brooms say it is the finest g material thev have ever ban- . 81 ed. Mr. Helms has employed ^ r. W. F. Outen of Union conn , N. C., to look after the busi- ?p iss, and says they are turning ti it jugs by the thousand, f.om a ) gallon down to a quart vessel. f( rath of Reuben Bennett. Mr. Reuben Bennett, an aped S id respected citizen of the Dry [ reek Bection, died yesterday orning about 1 o'clock, lie id been quite feeble for some ne. Mr. Bennett was a son of e late Simon Bennett and was 11 brother of our townsman, Mr. ^ It. Bennett, and leaves two y her brothers, Phill Bennett ot n easant Hill, and Horry Bennett p Florida, surviving him. His ife and two sons, T. H. and F lie Benuett, also survive him. A4 / I > was about GO years of age d was a good, quiet, exemplary izen and cbristain tnan. lie rved m the civil war in Capt. 0. Foster's company atul bis i comrades in arms speak ol m as a brave, daring soldier, 10 was always at tbe front and ew no danger. His remains ire interred at New Hope Bap t church, of which he has long en a consistent member, vester. v afternoon.?Ledger, 2d. . O. If. I'lciil : nt I 'ttii tl'f/r/c. The annual picnic ol Cedai imp W. O. VV. or Van Wyck, 11 be held at. that place today io Lancaster camp has received e following from Mr. .1 M jder, O. Van Wyck, S. <\ Esteemed Sovereigns : You p cordially invited to join us in ir annual picnic Wednes lay. Llgust <?, a' Van Wyck. 1>\ der Ceu.tr Camp \V. (J. \V." Tho ctuiiif --""lunar candidate* ive be?"ii mviied to makt eechuH !or tl>? occasion. All 110 avail ihenmoives 01 I lie op rtunity to attend will nndoubl ijoy I he day very much, as iht sople of Van Wvok and vicinity e noted for l heir hospitality. F/e Your I'lerfut's. Candidates should not forget, i u lli> lilaini county candidate (I this year, that their pledge! ust he liied before tiie cam liga opens, or they will be lied out ot the primary. Thi.? edge makes it unnecessary ti edge themselves in their an >uncetnents in the newspapers iless they so desire; and ii mie counties many of them d< )t pledge themselves in tin ipers. The Visitors. Mrs. J. Wylie Porter is visit ig at Kershaw. Auditor Cook spent Sunday i Taxahaw. Mr. Uus Hassoltine of Miami la., is visiting relatives at thi lace. Mr. J. Willie Caskey spen unday in Winnsboro will iends. Mrs. John A. Cook and cliil ren are visiting relatives a Kershaw. Mr. T. M. Ilughes went up u ort Mill Sunday to spend i iw days. Mr ( J. E. Scheeley is home Iron falterboro, where he has beei : work lor sometime. Mr. J. C. Reid and family o ardis, N. C., sro visiting rela ves in this county. Miss Odessa Plyler is in Taxa aw on a visit to the family o Ir. Henry Massey. Miss Fannie Hudson of River de spent Sunday and Monday ii ancaster with -elatives. Mr. Abner Hood and family o %/ hytira, N. C., are visiting re la ves in the Unity section. Mrs. L. L. Bedenbaugh of Jel jrson is visiting out in the Ne\ ut and Tabernacle sections. Mr. J. B. Mackorell spen unday in Yorkville with tli imily of Mr. J. C. Elliott. M isses Eva and Floy Robin jn spent a few days in tli raigsville section last week. Judge J. il. Hudson, of Ben ettsville, visited his niece,Mrs i. 0. Payseur, here last week. Misses Connie and Bernic avis left Monday for a visit t Natives in Charlotte and otlie oints in North Carolina. Misses Nettie Hilton and Lill loyd of Kershaw are visiting h Ir. J. B. Sims, eastol Lancastei 4 j Mrs. J. K. Hall of Gutliriesville is visiting the family of her father, Gape. J. !>. WitherI spoon. t , Dr. R. M. Gallon ay has been visiting his father at Lydia, S. 0., who has been quite ill for I several days. I Mr. John E. Stack of Darlington is spending a few days with his father-in-law, Mr. J. ' M. Knight, of Lancaster. Mayor Wylie left Monday lor New Y< ik with his son, John D., where he goes to have the little telio.v trouted lor deafness. Miss Aubrt y Villeneuve, of Atlanta, Gu , is visiting her (grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. II Joseph ( 'lark, of this place. Mis.-, Nannie White, who has : linen visiting her brother and lam lv at Unity, returned to her I home at Hickory Grove Monday. Mr. \V A Marshall of Uloas' i ;nit Hill and Mr. A 11. Ilougli !of Kershaw spent, -holiday night .'in town with Mr. !- S. Elliott. Miss Ida Vernier, of BeauI fort, who has been visiting Miss I Aleta Jones for sometime is now 'visiting .vliss Audi i Beckham U ..? Mill I v'1 I I 11 I. '| Misses l.e^sie Mac<%ey and Lil Mil'er sp< :11 .^au "day and SunSlay in ileath ^i<un-.-> with the family of Air. It. l>. Aiackey. Mr. Frank Massey and son of Matthews, N spoilt a day [ or i wo lief.- ia>i. nt'i ft with tlie . ; former's niece, -era. S. N. Watson. > Mr. John IF Williams and > sifter, Miss Daisy, of Yorkville, > are spending a few days among - friends and relatives in Lancas, ter county. -> Death ol Little Alan ley Cauthen, a I tjon ol Air. and Mrs. Joseph M. Cauthen, ot the lieatli Springs section, died July 2Stli ot uysenterv, aged 9 moullis and 22 days. Dear in lie Mauley, thou shall - sleep, nut not lorever, in thy lonsonie ^rave. We miss thee, y little Alanley ; we inis^-tnee from our home. The Lord has seen fit to remove thee to heaven ' where thou can rest lorever ~ more. Auut. t Cremated in 11 is lloiue. I Charlotte, N. C., Aug. 3.? W, M. Duliu, a prominent larmer of - this section, was burned to death t in his home near this city Saturday night, lie was alone in ihe t house, his wile and children bet ing at a neighbor's. Fire in the j Liulin home was discovered at 12 o'clock in the morning. The II neighbors lirst on the scene lound 11 thai llie house was enveloped in llames. Nine dollars and lilI teen cents in silver and a charred i- roll ot paper money were lound under JDulin's charred body alter the fire. Neighbors do not sus? pect foul play but think the fire was tfte result ot a lamp explosion. II liiiey ofTliis State. West Point, N. Y., Aug. 2.? 1 Kilty candidates presented thetnselves this week to be examined as to their qualifications lor admission to tne military academy as cadets. Among those who N passed successfully and were today admitted follow : t Frank M Andrews, Tennessee ; o Frederick B. Downing, Virginia; George J. Quackemeyer, MissisL. sippi; James W. Kiley, Soutq e Carolina; Thomas L. Wolfe? Georgia. I* I Know Ob? Sar? ReniMly \ j. fersa obs*aMseofaL, Ili dsbm Is Fmr-Mssaa Of what does a bad taste in your 0 mouth remind you. It indicates that 0 your stomach is in had condition and will remind you that there is nothing 1 so good for auch a disorder as Chamberlain's Htomach A Liver Tablets after having once used them. They a cleanse and invigorate the stomaoh and regulate the bowels For sale at 25 cents per bo* by J F. Mackey A ' Co.