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UNION s'\\\ ION NOW
OPK.N 10 Tilt PUBLIC
The Presbjtorintis of (Union to Pur
chase Pipe Organ--Two Mnrri*
Clinton, Jan, 12.?The furniture was
yesterday put in place in the now
Union station und at ? public meeting
of citizens yesterday afternoon ut stx
^o'clock Mr. Childs threw it opou to the
public formally. K has been In use
however since the 21 of December.
The grounds in front of the station
linvo boon lain oil and si\ palm trees
iui\o boon set out.
Th Presbyterians or (Iiis place are
considering the immediate purchase of
a three thousand dollar pipe organ.
No definite steps have been taken yet.
Dr. J. M. McPadden ami his bride
arrived here last week and are at
home With Prof, and Mrs. Hull on
Cleveland Avenue. Mr. and Mis
Stewart ate also with Mr. and .Mrs.
Hall. Mr. Stewart has recently ac
cepted a responsible position with thfl
Religious Press Advertising Syndicate.
MisH Marye Lnnford and Mr. B. P.
Adair of this place drove to Laurens
last Sunday afternoon and were mar
ried by the ltev. Mr. Crom. They re
turned here immediatly and enjoyed
an elegant suppor at the home of the
bride's parents. They will make their
homo with Mr. and Mrs. Lnnford for
the present. Mr. Adair Is u .salesman
tor lho Cooper Trading Co.
v Another Wedding celebrated last
week was that of Miss Juliet Fowler
and Mr. Oliver Shealley. They were
married at noon and left for Little
.Mountain where they visited tin
Kroom's parents, Mr. Shealley is in
the employ of the Seaboard Air Line
Bail way hero.
THE STATK OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
County of Lauren*.
In the Probate Court,
Frank Hammond, as Administrator of
\V. I?. Calne, deceased, Plaintiff,
Mrs. Virginia ('aim-, Montelth Cninc,
ct al, Defendants.
Pursuant lo a decree in the abovi
Hinted case, 1 will sell at public out
cry, at Laurens C. IL, S. C, on Sales
day in February, 1909, the same being
the brut day of the month, within the
legal hours of sale, nil (hat certain
lot. piece or parcel of laud, situate,
lying ami being within the corporate
limits of the City of Lnurons. County
ami State aforesaid, containing three
ami one-third (8 l-il) acres, more or
less, bounded on the north by Acade
my street, on the east by Sullivan
street, on the south by lot of Mrs. L.
K. Milan) and on tin- west by South
I larper street.
Terms of Sale: one third cash:
balance in two equal annual install
ments, respectively one ami two years
from date of sale. Credit portion
with interest from day of sale, ami
secured by bond of the purchaser ami
a mortgage of the premises Hold, wlili
leave to purchaser to pay the entile
bid or any amount of the samo in ex
cess of one-1hird i l-:ij thereof In cash.
Purchaser to pay for papers. If the
purchaser fails to comply with his bid
I he property to be resold on the same
or some subflflquont Salosday at the
risk of the former purchaser.
O. 0. THOMP80'
Judge Probate Lattrons County.
Citation fur Letters ol '.duilnhtration.
Tin' Slate of South Carolina,
County of Laurons.
Ily o. c.. Thompson, Probate Judge:
Whereas, 0. W. Washington made
suit to mo to grant him letters of ad
ministration of the estate and effects
of Fannie Dandy, deceased;
'rin se are therefore, to cite ami ad.
monlsli all ami singular the kindred
ami creditors of the said Kannte Don
dy, deceased, that they bo ar-.t appear
before nie, in the Court of 1 ibate, to
bo held tit Laurens C. IL, S. on the
28th (lay of Januarj^JOOO, ; ,t. after
publication hereof, I o'clock in the
forenoon, t<> show eWlse If any they
have, why the said administration
should not bo granted.
(liven under my hand this 12th day
of January, AnnoDomlnl 1000.
(> O. THOMPSON'.
21 21. J- I'. L. C
Copyright Flour Is used by the Na
tional Biscuit Co., the blgest bakery In
the world. This is proof of Its super
iority. Us Pure, t'so It. 'Jl-l!
For Sale - lOxtra ehonp. a twelve
horsepower Gasoline Engine; used but
little. Apply to Arthur Hlldgons, or
Dr. Dial. Laurens. S. ('. 22-31
Copyright Floor Is the purest ami
besti eall foi it end take no other kind,
voll gel more pounds of bread for the
same money. 24*21
For Sale?One Dozen S. C. Loghorn
cocks and pallets and a few Rhode
Island Rod hens. $t.nft and $2.00 each.
J, Wade Anderson. Laurons, S. C. -(
Copyright Flour is the Hour to II SC
when'money Is scarce, it \slll cook
more ion von of broad ihivh other flours,
Call for Copyright. -1-1
Mit. ) \Mfi8 VAHji ? AN
Aged Citizen of (greenwood Suddenly
Culled Heute While Visiting
Mountvllle, Jan. 11.?A very sail
death occured here Saturday after
uoon. Mi'. James Coicnuiu of Greou
wood came over Thursday to visit his
relations, Mr. M. M. Toague's family, i
He appeared to enjoy his usual good
health up to early Saturday morning
when he was attacked with apoplexy,
from which attack he never recovered
consciousness. lie died about one
o'clock in Ilm afternoon. His six
surviving children readied him an
hour after his death. His remaius
were carried earlj Sunday morn
ing to Coronaca for burial. Ho was
in his SOtll. year and at the lime of
his bri i illness and death was at
tbo home of Mr. J. M. Simmons.
Mi. Colemnn was a ntitiv. of this
count) iutving bei n born and roared
in Iiis younger days \ ?? had taught
school. n?" married Miss Tongue, a
sister of Mr. M. M. Toag'UC, of this
place. The deceased leaves many re
latives in this and Greenwood coun
ties who have the sympathy of a host
Many friends sympntizc with little
Marie Teague. dnughtr of Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Togue, who has been in ill
health lor a year or more. she will
leave this week for Baltimore, as it is
thought best to carry hot to the hos
pital there for treatment.
Mrs. Jennie Hamilton of Hkoin spent
last week with her sister. Mrs. mien
Culbortson. She was accompanied
by her son, little Jack.
Mr. 1!. B. Crisp, who has been serv
ing as operator at Hlnney, has given
up ih" work at thai place and has
gone to Abbeville to necept similar
work. lie spent a few days with his.
home folks here before going to ids
Mr. .1. Dennis CttlhertsOh and family
of Maddens spent Sunday with Mr. V.
Mrs. Jesse Bryson who has been
quite sick is improving.
Bargains in Boys' Knickerbockers!
Has your hoy a Knickerbocker suit?
If not. it will pay you to call and see
Ihr' bargains 1 am offering. Have
just received a line lot of H00 suits, of
the latest and neatest designs, bought
of an OVOI'-StOCkod jobber. These
were bought at a sacrifice and are now
being offered at proportionate prices.
Call and SCO teem. The Peoples'
Stoic. Diamond's old stand.
Soup (-'Hessing ( on lest.
Mr. 0. A Owens won the $ 10.50 prize
at Simmons.' he having guessed exact
ly tho number of cakes of soap dis
played in ib" show whtdow; the fol
lowing nro the seven other winners in
order, ?villi their guesses: Miss Flor
in Piusen, 5,7(11; .Miss Lillian Potorson
.*>,7i'iL': Miss Lucy Donnnn, 5,707; Mi?,
c. W. L. Teague, ft.Yftl; J. 1'. Tolbert.
"..T.'.o; w. p, Clardy, B.7-PJ; and J. L.
Hopkins. 5,775. lOnch of theso re
See our line ol Art StpiareS and
Hugs in different d< signs, tdzes and
colors at money.saving prices.
S. M. fi R H. Wilkes & Co.
Notice to 'I'eaehers ami Trustees!
My oillec will be open Wednesdays.
Saturdays and llrst Mondays.
GliO. L. PIT i s.
24-81 Co. Supt. of Kducntion.
I Hi: STATE Ol SOI I II ( AHOLIN A.
fount) of Lumens.
In Couii of Common Pleas.
B. V, Simpson in hi. own right ami as
Administrator with the Will annex
ed of the Estate of William Simpson,
Susnil Simpson, ci ill, Plaintiff,
I', it. Henderson, Defendant.
Pursuant to a Decree of the Court
in the above staled ens-. I will sell at
public OUtcry to the highest bidder, at
Lauten. C. II.. S. O, on Salesday in
February next, being Monday (he 1st
day (d the month, during the legal
'hours for such Hilles, (ho following
described property to wit:
All that tract, piece or parcel of land
situate and lying in the County and
State above named, containing One
Hundred ami Seventeen ttiTi acres,
more or less, bounded on Hie north by
lands of M II. Btll'dillO, east by lands
of J. T. Peilen and Miss Lulu Parker,
south by lands of H. F. Simpson, and
west by lands of F.d. Dlll'gCSS and the
TonUfl of Sale: OlIO half Cash, bal
ance to be paid twelve months from
date of sale, the credit portion to he
paid twelve months from dale of sale,
Hie credit portion to be secured by
bond ami mortgage oi' the purchaser'
over the said premises, beating legal
interest from date, with leave to pur
chaser to pay his entire hid In cash,
Purchaser to pay for papers. II the
forms of sale are not complied with,
the land to he resold on same or some
subsequent Salesday on same terms,
at risk id' former purchaser.
JOHN I'. BOT.T,
c c. c. i'. & c. S, Lanrens, s c
Dated, this Jan. 11, I'm;'. SH'3t
DEATH Ol- A BELOVED WOMAN.
Mrs. Eleanor Gertrude Hooks Dies
After a Brief Illness.
Br< wert on. Jan. 6.?Oar community
was suddcued un the 28th of Decom
li r when Eleanor Gertrude Decks,
wife of \V. B. Beeks, passed away.
SllO had been sick only a shori
while, and death came as a shock to
all her friends. On the 80th her re
mains wore carried to MullillB, S. C.
her former home, tor interment. The
funeral services were held at Mullins
church, where she was a member. A
large concourse of sorrowing friends
were present as a testimonial of the
esteem in which she. was held. Who
war; u Miss Lewis, daughter of A. C.
Lewis, and is survived by her parents,
four brothers and three sister.;. The
deceased had many noble qualities.
As a Wife she was I'altlifui, as a
friend, true to know her was lo love
her. Yes. 'tis true, Cot'trudo is
gone but not frogotteu. Her memory
stil lives. Wo bad known her just
one year?was married <-n tho '?'< 1st of
Dec., 1908; died 2Stb of Dee. 190s.
She was burled on the iOst of Dee.
1908. She bore her afflictions with
patience, never murmuring or com
Our sympathies po out to the hus
band and family in their sore bereav
monl and we commend them to
Him, our Heavenly Father, who does
all things well. She can never come
back to us but WO can po to her.
L At RENS POSTOFEH'E HECEIP'IS.
Exceeded $10,000 for I'nst Year?Error
in Decent Statement*
In the correspondence to the daily
papers tho figures for tho Laurens
postoflice receipts were given as be
low $10,000 for the year just closed.
President II. K. Aiken, of the Cham
ber of Commerce, states that such is
an error, and that the receipts nie
will over the $10,000 mark; in conse
quence? of which Laurens is entitled
to free city delivery.
Dr. Aiken has written Congressman
Johnson, apprising him of *ic- above
fact and solicited bis aid in securing
City delivery for Laurens. In all
likelihood the matter will be taken up
ami disposed of during the present
session of Congress.
The government Inspot toi of posl
oillce rites is now in South Carolina
upon his rounds. He is expected In
Laurens at almost any time now lo
select a siie for the new postoflico,
from the several bids entered.
The Nelson Bankrupt Sale.
On last Saturday the furniture, fix
tures and stock of goods belonging to
Mrs. s. L. Nelson, adjudged bankrupt,
were sold by Mr. C. W. Tune, trustee
in bankruptcy. Pringle Bros. of
Charleston, represented by attorney
A. C. Todd, bought the furniture ami
fixtures tit ou cents on the dollar, or
$807.f>f>; also the stock of millinery at
19% cents, or $210.-!0. M. Subotnick
proprietor of the Peoples Store pur
chased the general stock for t*> per
cent or $1,395.88, which will be retailed
from the present stand In a sale soon
to be stinted. Look tor announce
ment from M. Stlbotnlck later.
Notice to Ministers.
All the ministers of the city are re -
quested to meet at tile fait erprise
bank on the first Monday in Februar)
at 1 I o'clock a. in., to discuss the mat
lor of forming a ministerial union.
K. C. Wal son.
? Tal nimm CiianK' l ine Shovtlnir.
The annual report on the National
Guards for the Fnlted States has
been issued. Among the South Caro
lina companies. Traynham Guards of
Laurens ranks the highest in attend
ance by the members upon the drill
meets. It is soon that Grocnvlilo and
Spartanburg companies bad 0.00 rank
in absentees with 24 drills held; York
vlllo had O.oo. with IT drills held;
while Laurens company held 28 drills
with a o.oo in absentees.
Cap!. Ducket! Moves to ('Union,
("apt. Thomas Ducket t, who last w< el<
retired from the ollicc of Sheriff, lias
moved to Clinton with bis family. As
an officer and citizen Capt. Duckctt
will l)i> missed in Laurons, and the largo
circle of his jjood wife's friends regret
their removal from tho city. Their do*
parture from Laurens is also a distinct
loss to the First Baptist church upon
whose service both were constant atten
dants and generous supporters of every
Notice For llrsl class Darber work
(all at my shop in Enterprise Hank.
Two pood barbers, Quick service ami
pood easy work guarantied a h. P
Pinker, Proprietor. 24-it
A not II tili VKT1 RAN
joins Tin: MAjoiUTi
.>ir. Mi !!? lirjson, Ilighl) Esteemed
Citizen ot llii* Count}, Gathered
;<> Hi> Fathers.
Mr. Matthew Henry Uryson, an nged
and most highly esteemed cltlz n of
the county passed away at Iiis homo
near Ora last Saturday morning after
a hrlei illness, ihoagli ho had been in
reoble health for some years. The
deceasd was born In Hiis county Dec.
2'<. is in. being the youngest child of
?i family of thirteen children. All are
dead except Mrs. Susan Heller of
Fountain Inn. Mr. Uryson was iwlco
married?Ids llrsl wife being a .Miss
Leak, daughter of .loslah (.oak, de
ceased his second. Miss Sarah Hound
trce of the county, who survivos, io
gether with Heir ti11.1.> daughter, Miss
Annie Sue. and six children of the lirsi
union -Mis* Flora Uryson who tenches
in Millersburg, Ky.; Misse., Alice and
Mamie L. Hryson, trained nurses In
Spartunbtirg niid Charleston; Messrs,
William and Hates Hr/son, contractor)
in S|Mirtnuburg; Mr. Wales Uryson.
carpenter, Atlanta, (la,
Mr. Uryson was a gallant soldior In
the Confederate army, serving in Co.
A, 13th S. C. V. Ho was caplun d and
coil lined in prison one winter in I !i
dianapolis, Ind., where lie exporleuc.etl
much suffering and came near losing
his feel from exposure. IP- was ;
consistent im mbci' of tllO A. It. IV
Church, a kind husband ami dutilul
The burial and funeral services wore
held nt Old Field church Monday
morning, Iho IteV . H. Orior, hh pa
A marriage of unusual Intereid to
ii large circle of friends was thai i .
Miss Mernie L. 1'cnrsnn and Mr. John
Ftlward Morgan of Medoe, S. C. The
(ceremony, which was performed a'
the homo of the I.ride's sister, Mrs.
Win. I.. Mock a! Fountain, Inn, S. C,
was yor> quiet and liupreKsive; llbv,
c. i:. Waddell olllciatihg. Tlio liousc
was effectIvely decorated with gar
lam's ot holiy and Sliiilitx. The brhle
stood under nil arch mad.' of i niilax.
in the ( ? liter of which hung a bell oi
holly. In the dining room, where
delicious course supper v as served
the scheme of decoration was artistic
ally carried out. The hdldc's dress
was white hand embroidered and sin
carried n sho'.ver homiuet of lillies <>i
the valley and ferns.
Among the out of town guests pros
en! were: itov. and Mrs. c. ii. Wad
dell, Itov. and Mrs. (1. W. Hussey, Itev.
and Mrs. S. T. tllnckburn. Mr. and Mrs.
l\ I:. Imlle>. Mr. and Mrs. .1. !.. Hop
kins. Mrs. Lizzie Mdwurds, aunt of
the bride, Mr. Ii. ii. Morgan father of
the groom, Misses Juli., and l.ucy I p i
hum;. Messrs. Jonas lOdwards, (.. V
Hussey and W. V. lie.
Tin- bride is a sister of Mrs. tleorge
T. Horn. Mrs. .lim Hnriuoil, Mrs. Will
Cablness end Mr. W. H, Pearson all
Immediately after the ceremony Mr
ami Mrs. Morgan left for their lioim
at Modoo, s. c.
( lilef Justice Cope Resigns.
Columbia, s C., Jan. <?. Chiel
Justice Hope today tendered his i>.
Ignaiiou to Governor Ansel to le'.?
effect in April. 'I he chief jilsl lee
Wi:s a gallant Confederate veteran
ami has :< record of being wounded
Seven times on the field <>f battle.
Hoenusu of his Infirmities, realized
thai he Wns not nl?lc to keep up with
the arduous duties oi the ofllcc und
he filed his resignation. The rank
ing nnn.her of tie- lunch is Justice
Hugene n. Onry, and it is ihought
(lint he will he elected. it will be
llece.-.ar.V io ehrt Some one to suc
ceed him. The term of the Chief jus
tice is eight years ami Gen. Pope has
? rved two terms.
I'. n. V. te Meet Thursday.
Mrs. lt. I'.. Hell, pre: Ideilt of t; <
Jolill H. Km: haw Chapter, I'. I), c.
announces Iho hext moethit of l!u
chapter for Tuesday afternoon, Janu
ary Iflth, promptly at o'clock,
with Mrs. 11. K Alken at her resldeuc
on West Main street. The ladies \\(>
requested to notify Mis. AlKOll at
some time prior to Tuesday, either Ol
their acceptance or regrets,
Sil*. S. K Honey. , dilor of TllO Ad
vertiser, was married Tuesday to Mis.
ICmlly Hellinger at Wnllcrborn, and
the happy couph arrived in I.aureus
Wednesday, goine, to tin- Gilkerson
House, We welcome them, and may
they "live long and prosper."- LltU
Rox Pnrlj at Mound (lie.
The public is cordially Invited to
attend a bOX party at "Old Motllit
Villo" school hen e Friday evening
.lantiarj the iruiu
IHPTIST I MON WHl-riNU.
Fourth Division Union Meeting to bo
Held ;it Waterloo.
The Union of tho Fourth division o
Laurens Association will nur-,
du- Wnt iioo church, Saturday, .tan.
30th. 1009, nt 11 o'clock, a. in. The
follow hu; churches composing thi-i
Union v ill please take holleo atul i
that ihoj are represented at Ulis i.I
lug: Itelbabara, Cross Hill, d '?nil
vlllc, Waterloo, Mt. Pleasant lienvor
du'nb i liuton Kind. Clinton s ooiul.
Lydli Stills, Holly drove, Dullviow.
11 Min l levot ioiial Service l< I l>.>
llov. \V. P. Turner.
li:?u Organisation. Annual ? !???
lion of Oltlcers,
11:30 Choosing wisdom 111 * - secret
of a successful life.- Man. ii: : i
KlllgS 3:1.Iii; M. I.. Nelson, .lohn \V.
l ow ier, It. Ilrock.
2:00 Ohedieuco lo the Wind the
test of true dlsciploshlp. I Sain 15:
wL'-: John 11:15 2 I W. (' Wliurlnii,
I. A. Marl in. ('. Lev. is i"o .\ lor.
i .en 'i |io prevailing > pirn of I
lessness and evil Indulgences; cause,
responsibility, remedy. .'. It. liroek,
.1. L. ito,.(I. W. |? Turner.
Sundn) meriting, .Inn. ?lst.: ll:uti
Address: The lllble und (lie Sun ho
school. Uev, C. Lewis l''owler.
11:30 Missionary sermon b> Uo\
.1. A. Marlin.
V.. I'. Culhdrtson. for Coin.
Mr. (birrisi.a in < nlnmbia.
.1. Henry tiarrisoii, of Lauren .
who was placed in tho Slate ,? iilt
tiai'.v yes-ierdoy lb Servo a two > .n
sentence, having been convict 'd o
lijanslai "hier at the October i> ri i oi
court, for the killing of Louis Wil
lialnson, is a man past ? > ? ??
iVheii in' loaves ii:-> penitentiary he
will he t.n years old.
Judging from Ills eon i rsal ion, In
feels no pangs of conscience for lie
.1 he < otiimilli tl, for i. ;.!)??? line
lib \vas justitiell. To Pin of ilio
< unsob d him yt nerd ?. ? .i" i '.*
thought (hid two years would pa
?Milekiy away lianiion silhi! "U >.n;
.teehl a litigl > long tillie to a in. il
'hirrisoii i; not io vc,ry laihat iv<
11 double, Ii'1 linl
I'liouvli lias been said in lie' paper.
. ? . : I, W'i.il
Wlia e Cl?lse COlebre and wliJ.di Win
discussed generali.\ throughout llu
lo l;i :; I (iari on ;
diiy, "don't lltive anything biso t" i ?:
botlt i lie ease. '
H .1 til;. Cirri
: . i.
homicide occurred in the homo of
risou, in (irny Court, Laiiron.
couiity, where V.'HIitiuisoii . i i
iilg as Uib suitor of Miss .Mar) Obi
risou, (ho duilghli,r of *lr. (iarrisoi
wh.? tcslilled ai iier fniln r's trial llu
slio and Williamson w... enghged ii
; .. ' upel 'on
Oji n window1, hear Wi ie'i (|(0 COUpo
v.. e -in inp. (larrisoii having lib'1'
oiil oi i In l?:???!: door and round He
house to (he window.
Ah 'ii (ri (soil v\ Us eoh\ lelod Ol
; I all about (lie case it v. otlld luei >1
in- to reiterate what in- had . ild oi.
i;. stand during the trial.
? i fedl thai my ow n testimony con
vl'ded me" aid Garrison yestbi .
' i ever, I luiVO 1)1 Oil Si III' In ? d !?
ii ad am he:-.' io nervi oui the fen
community knew liutt i,< w,(? j inni r,
in kililiig .voting Williamson, it wa
CViilenl yCStl nlny (lial be l ad iioi
dlinking. ii >\.is somewhat of a oo
IbCl lent tiiai thfcro were in (bo eil;
yesterday a nuhiber bf lawyers win
Cooper nnd others being in niloudaiiei
upon the Supreme Court, .-?
Williamson was uoi the kind >?:' mi,
io In- guilty of (hut of which ho Wn
Kin \<> ctod. - 'l no Si.ito.
Miss fcJillrt Uoper of the city hau licet
visiting friends in t;.?. Iliekorj Taveri
m;ti watts von
.1 ! I1IIITIIS Mini Kudoi'SCll
i . Mln?*> Caused II) chief
,i ?? i , ? Pop \ U< - in i id ii.
V! ti public in "-.'ling Saturday of Hie
I'iil/.i'us ;"! l iii?' Lntirons bin' which
presided over by Col. Thus. It.
i rev .. wild Mr. C. \. Power, acting
ry, a . i koIul ion offered by
lion, 1 p vicGuwau and seconded by
Col, I Seilt*: V. Simpson, i Ion. \V. P.
i iebe.i I?, It. A. Cooper, Messrs. W.
!. Iiiay and .1 no. h\ Hold was uuaui*
inoti ?> iiiluplcd endorsing tlie lion.
Itichatil * \\. nil . fur I he vacancy on
: Hilpt III !li !? li ClM'alOli by t 1(0
rei igmilloii of Chi? i .IllstiCo Pope. Tlie
resolut i.ni ltd lows:
"., 11. will he a vai tincy oil
. ? Hup: HP! Ilclieh ol (p.is State liy
. it ? : ? - l.enatlon or I lib I loll,
I ... ? i ';. ? \ . .'. Pope, lo lake effect
In ; i| next, mid recognising the
Ih pre i llliueut quilli"
ii in e lorn lilchuid C. Walts
ill l.aureilK, end
i v it -.< ii1 his dlsl iuguished
\:- -\ ice in t: , state, t horoforo,
? ??? ? ?!. '!'!'.? I I !!?? people Of Lit II ?
rein;, in pit << ? niei Iine assembled, en
i andidnejt ot (lie I Ion. Itleli
fd ( \\ . . I lie posit ion upon I lie
. eiin iieholi ot tills Stale made va -
igt iion of Chief .lua
.- ud r? speetl'uily urge his
? tiro tl i ?? neri I Assembly
1 olin , nd r< commend our
ii.- from thi.i
ir inllin nee to this
t ? - Hill Sens Letter.
Cross l Ian. II. Lev. C. W.
kvort'. wa - wit It friends hern
i i . i.l.'O Ilighl; l!<- was on his
In I. . / ???'<. I en nt to preach at
M . . i. I?. Nance, eatm hoim l rotii
bft.iiiid in i 'oluiubia Wednesday
I ler fj'ii nil:; hope sliU
Vmong Inaiiy interesting features
< ' rial mm >\ .i i he dinner given
? ' il ii I 's' mi of tin1 linn of Meek:;
:. it us iioitgid out w. Peeks
moved his sloes of goods
ii ul in:" ? in Wiiltes lo w store m-xl
Mr. .i. l>, I Um ks has he.-n elected
.. "i cat hlor tit the Hunk of
? : itti ; im '.? has iho\ i d into his
":i i "id \eadeiny lot.
i *?? ii Iu el . oi Orleans
? ? ? i Itor lo re ?'lirlstnias.
'.I ? i'oais lias rented the Cross
' 'I'. .-'imp .on. i:. a. Am 1 in.
.1, i?>? ? ? .. . : i'. I'iukoii each kill"
da! ia i i; i lint w(dglied ore!
dr. iv !:. Wails of Florida spent
?1 le re.
i i.vti it: i.e.! of Greenwood is
lief Si ? I. \. L,.;|| ,|
v I flit ?" iltiii in>. tili;- i in progress
Ii. t i in !:? .
? ?? Id ? iiS! Isiiiig im- pasior lte\.
! . I . II \ Ouiig (il the ffflit of
? ii ?'? Me|'adden of Clinton has
'?'? in I tin ii : ? . hero for ihe practice
i.oeal ami I'el'souul,
? ire: em ing
? ml? l il
? ii.iiig in Green
liitlliij o. I?;. ( . L. Pooi'O
Play for I'u
- lay. the day
: Senator J.
lint Ivo? POyd,
l ? iil i Ige over
. ? :
..?. n i.;, i llhoi stei I. in'
I Iti'ld^es. Pond re
i . niolit of < on
. I '. hid tnilSl he ae
? ? i ' as gnar
I ? I t'Olil reel within
11 um date of fiwnrd.
?\eil to reject ahy or
en i specifications
t le at (he Supervisors'
i i- county for one week
1 ting. Sealed bids
i undersigned be*
Co. supervisor l. c.