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I Short Locals.
Wednesday, January 27, 1904. !
* ??!
?Born, Jan. 15, 1904, to Mr.
and Mrs. Geo. W. Williams, a
?A home-made Brogau Shoe '
t.h at iri vna t.hu uorvino u t (lliori-u M
<fc (Jo's. It 1
?The Oak Ridge school will '
opeu next Monday in charge ol
Mrs. Delia Flyun.
?Mr. 'Gas ilinsou ol the Union
section lett this week to
enter the Spartanburg Business
?The Rev. J. M.^White will l
^ preach at Shiloh next Sabbath at
11.30 a. in., and at Lancaster in (
the A. R. I*. church at night. {
C ?Evangelist J. VV. Little ol i
Wingate, N. O., was in town two 1
or three days this week. lie 1
preached in the Baptist church
Sunday and iSuuday night.
?Mayor Wylie and his police
force have beeu doing a cash
business lor the last lew days?
over $125 in tines.
?A diliioulty occurred oud day
last week between several boys ,
who work at the cotton mill.
Two of the boys, Jordan brothers,
were badly cut, one ot them in (
several places. f
? Willie Connors, a sin All boy
at the mill, had one ot his hands
so badly lacerated in the mill
machinery one day last week
4. that a portion of one ot his lingers
had to be amputated.
? Mr. E. E. Cloud was in town
yesterday superintending the re
movai 01 ins stock ol dry goods
into the elegant Htore room of the
Masonic building. Messrs. Porter
& Stephenson have moved
their furniture into the building
just vacated by Mr. Cloud.
?Mrs. Betsy Brady died ou the
18th instant at the home of her
son iu-law, Mr. F. T. Ferrell of
Pleasant Valley, aged about 75
years. Her remains were interred
in the Waxhaw Baptist
church the following day.
?Mr. Willie Faulkenberry and
Miss May Mobley, daughter of Mr
H. P. Mobley ol Heath Springs,
were married Sunday, January
17th. Rev. li. J. Blackmou of
Primus officiated.
?Magistrate D. K. Hall of Indian
Land township turned over
to the county treasurer last week
$2, fines collected in his court
for the paat quarter.
?Rev. W. F. Estridge will
preach at Beaver Creek church
Sunday, January 31, at 11
^ o'clock, a. m.
?The ladies of the Shiloh congregation
will give a basket sup- (
per at the residence of Mr. J. D.
Taylor of Oraigsville Friday night, ,
the proceeds to go to the building
of a fence around the cemetery.
* *?Will buy Equitable Loan and
Security Company certificates.
State amount paid in and price
asked. Address,
Chas. E. Thompson,
Equitable Building,
It Atlanta, Ga.
?Charlotte's temperance adro^
cate, Mr. R. U. Morse, was in
town this week. He delivered
several lectures on temperance,
exhibiting his numerous apt
drawings illustrating various phases
of the subject.
?The little colored child at j
the Cunningham Hotel, that got
jo badly burned by an ovorturn3d
lamp several days ago, died
last Friday evening from the j
3llects of burns it sustained. *
?A mass meeting of tho lie- (
publican party of Lancaster '
soimty will be held in Lancas- (
ter ou February 4, 1904, at 10 j
j'clock a. in. F. 11. Massey, t
Chairman, i
?A colored girl, daughter of
Jane Wade, aged about 11 years (
was drowned in Rum creek last ]
Friday near Mr. J. Wren Till- 1
man's while the creek was up (
from the effects of the heavy j
rains that morning. The child j,
was on her way from school ac- <
3ompauied by her brother who J
Attempted to load the child j
Across a foot-log. She was loth
to attempt to walk the log, but
finally started, the boy leading ,
lior. She got frightened and ]
slipped off the log into the swol- *
len stream, carrying the boy ^
with her. Rv the aid of those
near by the boy was rescued,
but the girl was not seen for j
some time, when the body was !
found some distance down the (
? WANTED?To print your <
name en liny cards tor on.y 25 ]
sents?and we furnish tiio cards, i
oo. Enterprise office. <
\VANTED?Persimmoil,Dog- |
wood, Hickory and Holly Dogs. ;
'freight paid on carloads. James ,
C JCKshott, Charleston, S.C. (
o21,4m i
Saw Mill Burnett.
Mr. James E. Bowers of the
White Bluff section had the mis- (
fortune to lost his saw mill and <
40,000 to 50,000 feet of lumber
hv fire on Tlnirmfav niirlii rU luut
- ?J "" *r* " * v
week. The mill had been running
Weduesdayand Mr. .Bowers
thinks the fire must have originated
Irom a spark that dropped
some place during the day. ills
saw mill machinery was totally
ruined except the engine, which
he thinks he can have repaired.
His loss was $500 to $000, with
not a dollar ot insurance. lie
will start up again in a short
unit?, jiiat no suuii ue can gei
the necessary machineiy there
and have his engine repaired.
Lancaster's Senator Married.
Senator William U. Hough and
Mrs. Maud Gauson took the pub
lie by surprise last Saturday
morning, when they were married
at an early hour and left on
the 7.15 train for a visit to
Florida. The ceremony that
made them one was pronounced
by Kev. J. 11. Boldridge, D. D., (
pastor of the First Baptist church, <
and was witnessed by only a few
of the relativos and intimate (
friends of the contracting parties.
Senator Hough is well known to ,
our people and his many friends ,
all over the county, hb well as
throughout the State, will wish >
him much happiness in his new
relations. Mrs. Ganson is the (
widow of the late Wm. Ganson, |
the eldest daughter of our esteemed
townsman, Dr. J. F.
Mackey, and is an estimable little j
Mr. T. O. Steele, of the New
Cot section, left Monday for Fulton,
Ala., where he goes to take
a position with a lumber com- i
Meeting of Teacher's Association
Last Saturday.
On account of inclement
tveather, very fow teachers were
present at the meeting of the
Jountv Teachers association last
Saturday at this place. How
jvor- a sufficient number were
present for reorganization,
ivhich was the principal object
if tJift mnnt.i ncr
?..v A nw Ml V^UltVl
program was continued until
;he next meeting, first Saturday
n February?remember the
The association was called to
)rder Saturday by Chairman
Howell. A few business matters
were discussed and disposed
of, and the following oflicers
elected for the ensuing year:
['resident, Mr. R. A. Dobson,
iuperintendent of Kershaw
iruded school ; Vice I'res. Mr.
II. T. Cox, principal of Lancas
;er graded school ; Secretary,
Vliss Eva Robinson, teacher
jf Factory school.
Executive committee, Mrs. T.
Y". Williams, Misses Gerusha
Mitchell, St. Claire Brown,
jlertrude Shorer, Eva Robinson,
Messrs. 11. A. Dobsou and II. T.
ThejLancasterCounty Teachers
vssociation has heretofore been
practically a failure so far as
attendance is concerned, though
certainly through 110 fault of its
iflicers, who have always donG
everything in their power to
earry on this exceedingly important
work, but the barrier to
the association's success is that
the teachers and trustees, and
people generally, do not appear
to realize how important and
invaluable these meetings are,
seemingly, 011 this account, they
do not attend them and we all
know how utterly impossible it
is to attain to any dogreo of
success in this kind of work
without the hearty co operation
of the teachers, at least. Teach
ers try to get your trustees interested,
and insist, as you have a
right to do, upon their occasion
ivi c? 1/wnuuii^uy at tiny i (ltd) upuu
these teachers' meetings.
The association will meet
hereafter on the first Saturday
in each month. The program
for February Oth is as follows :
"How can Lancaster county
maintain a live teachers' association?"
by R. A. Dobson of
the Kershaw Graded school.
"Should text books be used
in the first grade?" by R. E.
Mood of the Oakhurst sohool.
"How to beautify school and
school grounds," by Miss Gor
truae ?heror of Dixie school.
"What is condition of school
house and grounds; are any
steps being taken to improve
condition of same?" To bo discussed
by each teacher present.
Jos. lv. Connors,
Sec'y. pro tern.
Death of Mrs, Crlmminyer,
Mrs. Crimminger, wile of the
late R. A. Crimrainger, died on
Monday, January 18th, UH)4, of
heart failure, at her home in the
Oakhurst section, at the age of
75 years. She was a member of
the Methodist church and was an
aa f 1 I o / Ikviof inn
ooiiiimi/iu viii lounu vruiuau* OHV
leaves three Bona?Messrs. K. F.,
U. A. and VV. L. Crimminger of
the Heath Springs section. Uer
remains were interred in the old
Salem graveyard Tuesday, alter
a funeral service in the Methodist
church At Heath Springs, conducted
by Kev. J. M. ltogers.
Mr. J. M. Ivey of Rock Hill
is in town representing the
well known hou^ of R. H,
Rountree A Co. or New York.
Mr. Ivey is the guest of his
friend, Mr. W. T. Williams.
Mr. and Mrs. W.fcM. Msora
spent Sunday with Rsv. and Mra.
J. C. Counts st Elgin.
f room!
J and Bargai
i - ??
M We have moved across the
m building, which has been occu
m and are now ready for bilsinei
J we are no longer crowded for
to show up the matchless barg
i Our t Big Wintt
M Continues with increased inter
M termined to wipe out all heav
advantage. Credit, houses art
^ small profits we take, especial
m their cash prices are higher,
W make too great a di(Terence in
^ mous prices they get 011 credi
v from 15 to 25 cents on every d
J store, the only cash bargain st
question but that we will sav
_ and in addition give you a botl
m our strongest features is the
\M very best of everything. Y/e
W or shoddy goods to come into
^ goes through our hands must
in 'act, right up to the minute
? invitation to visit us in our ne
actly arranged to suit our tast
^ but we expect to have one of
M stores in this section'of the si
| Our Chief Aim
v And under all circumstances i
? of goods than our competitors
^ dersell them in price.
1 .We Are Yc
If we have benefited you, then
v; we have lowered the price of (3
W everybody will tell you. Stick
0 down to the last ditch. It ie
large business in an honorable
V the purchasing public.
The Visitors.
Associate Justice Jones is at
home, the supreme court having
Master Willie Strait spent a
couple of days with his sister,
Miss Nell Porter, at Kershaw,
last week.
Mrs. Ada lleath Montgomery
of Charlotte visited her si-ter,
Mrs. O D. Jones, recently.
rs. D. Sclnvartzman and
little daughter who have been
visiting Mrs. R. Miles, left for
their home at Marion, S. C.,
Mr. L. J. I'errv, county supervisor,
attended the meeting of
the Good Roads convention held
in Columbia last week. He was
much pleased with the proceedings
of the convention and thinks
it w'll result in great good.
A Biff Pick up bff Fortunate
You tiff People.
"Monoy saved is money made"
and on this basis the splendid
sum of $25,000 was made last
year by the 558 boys aixl girls
from all over the south who attended
the Ga.-Ala. Business college
at Macon, Ga.
All who completed were placed
in good positions at about double
the salaries 'they were getting
before, and tnlly a thousand
more eould hgve been placed if
they had been qualified.
We are requested to invite all .
who wish to achieve success in
life, ae natter how limited their
means or education, to write at
onoe for full partiealart te Presi
dent E. L. Martia, Ifaoon, Ga.
ins Plenty \
street into the large Masonic M
pied by l'orter& Stephenson, W
ss. We are glad to add that ^
n.,? i ~
oj/c?\./*7, UUI. Iltivo jllOIll v ruuin ^
ains we offer from day today. ^
?r| Goods Sale *
eRt and energy. Wo are do M
v goods AT ANY TIUCE. W
Els the ONLY |)laee to
spend cash money to V
> not willing to accept the ^
ly at this time of the year ^
because they can't afford to v
their cut price and the euor- M
t. So if you want to save
ollar you spend, come to our
ore in the city. There is 110 f
e you every dollar we claim, ^
ler class of goods. One of ^
fact that we handle only the ^
v?vy iiwu anun anjr UlU HtyieH ?
our place. Everything that
be clean, fresh and stylish?
We extend to all a cordial ^
w (quarters. We are not ex- ^
e yet, having just moved in, ^
the prettiest and neatest v
;ate when we get righted up. M
l at all Times f
nil be to sell a better class v
and at the sauie time to un- ^
?ur Friends J
we are your friends. That K
Iry goods since we came here ^
to us and we will hold them W
> our ambition to build up a ^
i way and to be a big help to ^
Sincerely vours,
Miss Lola Ileatli of Charlotte
is visiting her sister here, Mrs.
C. L>. Jones.
One Dose Convinces.
Mozley's Lemon Elixir acts
pentlv on tll? hnmolo
n ?w vio H 1HIUUU
any unpleasant effect. It is a
perfect liquid laxative. 50 cents
per bottle at all drugstores.
? Have your wedding invitations
printed in "Old English,"
the latest?and have the Enterprise
to do the work.
Supervlaor'n <>/Jlve />? //*.
My regular ofiice days will
be on Wednesday and Saturday
of each week. The remaining
days will be required in the
discharge of other duties.
L. J. Perry,
County Supervisor.
You Know Whm You Arc Tailing
When yon take Grove's Tasteless Chill
Tonie because the formula is plainly
printed on every bottle showing; that
.t in simply iron and Quinine in a
tasteless form. No cure no pay. &<>o
A Whist Party.
Mr. Hazel Witherspoon enter*
tained a few of his friends at
whist Wednesday evening, Jan.
20, 1904.
A delightful game was played.
Miss Rammer, of Gadsden, 8. 0.,
wan the fortunate winner of the
prize, a handsome gold hatpin.
The refreshments were elaborate
and choice.
The decorations were potted
plants and cut (1 twern, and the
occasion wan one of the most
brilliant of the season.
0m IIII irate Cough Cure
Ft teuiH Swfcfa mm* Mm ?up?

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