? lluylei's cundy frooh from
the factory. ). 11. Muckorell.
?Please call by number.
Lancaster Phone Co.
?Cotton brought 10 and 5-10
on this market yesterday.
?Mr. E h, Cloud, ot Rock
Hill, is in the city.
? Mr. and Mrs. \V. 11. Raker
of this olaca hint un infant
yesterday, agod three tinys?
? Rev. J. M. White will preach
ut the residence of Mr. .)no. N.
Nelson to-morrow at 4 p. ui.
? Mr. Edward Cuuthen, of
Heath Springs, moved with hip
family to Greenville this weok.
? Mr das. M. Curnes and family
of Rock Hill, visited relatives
here this week.
? Miss Eva Hough left Tlni'sday
for Florence county \ here
she has accepted a school.
?(J.?pt. True, a conductor on
the Southern, came over and spent
the night with Cupt. King Wednesday.
? Mr. L tfacobsou has retuin?d
from the .Northern markets
where he spent several weeks getting
? Rev. J. M. Patdue will
preach at the borne of Mr. G? een
Carter the second Sunday in October
at 3 o'clock p. m.
? Cast Wednesday, Sept. 27tli,
was the 23d annivoisnry of the
big race riot at this nlucc. I' or
curred 8epl. 23d, 1882.
? Miss Maggio Purdue loft
Thursday afternoon for Camp
ville, Klu., where alio will upend
the winter with relatives
?The Oukhurst school will
open Oct. 15ih. Mr -J. E. Hud
genu of Norfolk, Vu , has been
elected as principal.
? Miss Pauline Wallace of Tento
ssee is spending the winter with
her brother 11 ay. 1. E. Wallace,
* at Heath Springs.
? A small lire occurred in the
lint room of the L. M. Co's ginnery
yesterday occasioning a short
delay but doing no appreciable
?M iss Minnie Miller left
Thursday for Bamberg county to
teach the llampiou school, of
which she was recently elected
--Mrs. Sieve Griffith and chi!
dren, ?*f Gaffney, are visiting at
1 ho homo of M i s Giitiith's pur
cuts, Mr ami Mrs 1\ T. Twilty,
ut Heath Springs
? Rov. R E. Moot!, who h?n
taught llie G'lliimrwl t-rho<>| foi
the p:iat two yenrn, left Wednesday
fur CJoitngevillo, where ha
will tench this year.
?'Iheiowill he iin icecream
supper a' Rich Hill school house
this a ternoon ut 5 o'clock. Pro
ceed.- t>> he applied on purchase of
mi organ for the school.
? Air. and Mrs. \V. D. Gamble,
hoc- * ill y itiiio'l hy Miss Lhiih
Huey, returned to their homo,
Wildwood, Flu., this wvelt afiei
several weeks spent with relatives;
here and in the coiintr.
? Solicitor Henry whs summoned
hy telegraph Saturday after
noon to the bedside of his brother,
Rev. II. M. Henry, who is ?riti
rally ill at his home at Oak Hill,
?Mr. A. C. McManus, ud age<:
Confederate veteran, arrived in
Kock Hill on Friday from Lancaster
county with hia family
They will make thi? city theii future
home.?Rock Hill Record.
? Mis. Julia Cauthen, of Oak
hurst was summoned to the bed
side of her son, otir esteemer
townsman and efficient county
treasurer Mr. W. C. Cauthen
last Wednesday. We are paine(
to chronicle his serious illness bu
hope thero is now somo improve
ment in his condition.
. . -v ^*
?Mr. A. Williford, formerly
of linck IIill, who wub well known
here, died at his homo at Winnsboro,
last Monday, aged 75 years.
For the last forty years he had
conducted a livery, feed and salo
? Several errors ?occurred in
the publication of the jury for the
second week of court. D. L ,
should have been .1. L. Bailey;
.John 10. Barker should have been
John 10 Porter; and .las. M.,
should huvo been .Joseph M.
?The trustees of the gradod
school district met Thursday and
elected teachers for the colored
school as follows: Principal, M.
B Lee; assistants, Marie .Jumes .
of Charleston, and Hattic Neal of
Charlotte, N. C. Tho school will 1
open next Monday.
?The Moriah Baptist association
will convene with Pleasant
Plain church Wednesday, Oct.
4th, and continue through the 5th 1
and 6th. Rev. Dr. Boldridgc
will preach the opening cermon.
All delegates are requested to be
present at the opening session.
? A cow belonging to Bill Rutledge,
col., on Mr. VV. J. Hammond's
place near Heath Springs,
was stolen Tuesday night. The
following morning she was track*
ed in tho direction of Kershaw
and tho thief, Win. Drakeford,
Jr., col., was overtaken with her
this side of tho town. On seeing
the owner of the cow upproaehing
ho turned her loose and inn into
the woods. He was afterwards
cupiured by a posse and not only
confessed to stealing the cow but
also to burning the Creed store
1 he same night.
Death of Mrs. II room.
Mrs. Ida Broom, wife of Mr
T. W. Broom of this, place and a
daughter of Mr. H. A. Seaiborough
of Lee county, died here
Thursday, Stpt. 28, 1905, after
an illness of a bo lit one month.
uruu ulntiii *11 '"o'" ^
vy ??V ?? *?W V U A V?l O v/ 1 nj^v#
Her renin in h were interred at
Douglas church yesterday afternoon.
A (Joining Marriage.
Invitation* have beeu irevived
oy friends here to the marriage of
Mr. P. M. Fell ham to Miss Cur.
ran Maude Hartley, which buppy
event will take place at the home
of the bride's mother at Edgetield,
S C. Oct. 10th, 1905, at 8:30
p. m. Mr. Felthaui resided here
for a year or more while the big
cotton m il wan being constructed
and via- one of the architects who
siijCi'visrd its construction. He
m eic iv great many waim fri<>nds
V Home WediliiiK
On Wednesday afternoon, Sept.
27th, at 3 o'clock, at the home of
, Mr. and Mis. L. C. La/why, Mr.
J. Walter Culp, formerly of this
place but now of Gnstoni.i, N. C.,
' was mat t ied to Mi** Lily Miller,
11 hi?ht? r of our late esteemed
townsman, Mnj. II. F. Miller.
Tun unprevivc ceremony was
1 performed l?\ Kev. U. IS Turnipseed,
pustor of ill.' Methodist
church, in the presence
of the iinmcdiute fauii*
i lien of the hride hikI groom and a
few special frier.ds After recoiv?
ing congratulations, Mr. and Mrs.
Gulp left on the L. & C. truin for
I an extended bridal tour North,
i Miss Miller is an attractive and
- charming young lady and is popu.
'ar with a large circle of friends.
. The groom is a Lancaster boy of
sterling character and integrity
. who recently cast his lot in the
. progressive town of Gastonin.
j Their many friends \vinb for them
j a lone, happy am! prospeiors
t ?Plenty of Fertilizers for
. smaU grain on hand.
Heath-Jones Co. 1
Are At Heath SjU'liig-t.
Mr ' K. Ciccd's Bli'Vo and
itoclt c?f go >ds at llcuth Springs
vere dectroycd by lire about ') a.
u., Wednesday morning. '! Lo
ire was of incendiary origin, and
he supposition is that ?ho store
vas robbed and then burned to
:over tbo crime. Some goods,
detitilied as gooes from the Creed
lore, were found concealed hi a
hicket near the town. A negjo
vho stole a cow from Hill Hutedge
the same night of the lire is
inspected as the incendiary. Mr.
J reed's loss ih fully $5,bt)0, with
>nly $1,500 insurance. Only a
ew months ago Mr. Creed sufored
heavy hisses by a tiro which
iestroyed almost tbo entire bus
ness portion of the town. We
ire told that this is the seventh
iliio he has suffered loss by tire.
.ATF.it: Tin: incknihauy aruk.st*
hi) ani) makks confession.
Since the above was put ir I \ pe
,he negro, Win. Draltetord, Jr.,
fvlio stole a cow from Hill Hotedge
the night "t the tire lias
leen captured an 1 on hi-< person |
vug found a pistol, some smoking
.obucco, mulches, etc , identified
is being lit in the Cioid store
L'ho negro, seeing ho wa* trapped,
xmfesscd to both rttmts and miL)licaled
a youug w I He man ami J
mother negro in the hu ning l>uI
later exonerated both and they
were released. ISolh, however,
could establish an alibi. l)ruueford
is now in jail. lie say* that
he wanted some candy and priced
open the back door of the store to
izet it hut failing *o find any ho
ate some sardine*, helped himself
to tobacco, matches, etc , and was
going out when he noticed a pile
of papers neat the door and applied
u match to them. There is
strong suspicion that ho i> the
party who s"t tire to Mr. Creed's
store several months ago, causing
the disnstioiis lire which came
near destroying the entire business
portion of the town
I II Mil!
Frank E. Griswold's lam
TEN NIGHT'S IN_A_
Under a Large l ent lotted uj
Will Exhibit in Lancaster,
Thin Company cirry 30 poop
with Calcium and colored lire cfl'ei
superb Orchestra and Megaphone
traveling that make a specialty of
and have no connection with any c
pi ices. *
25 CENTS FOR ADULTS, AN
Prof, llolly Uossinyn'rt Militi
CONCER TS at Noon and 7 P. M.
Dentil otOlr, K Iliuos.
Mr. E. K. Ilincs, the voneru*
hie father of our esteemed townsman
Mr. II lline-, died at the
home ot his son on Cemetery
street Thursday afternoon, bept.
2S, 1U05, at the advanced ago of
7 b yearn. Mr. llines hus only
lived here about two ) ears tmt
timing that short time he has won
tie highest esteem of the community.
lie was a gentleman of
the old type, high-toned, honorable,
dignified, courteous in manner,
withal a lino character of imposing
attraction. lie was a n;u
tivo of Duplin county, N. C., and
whs married in 1NG1 to Miss C.
L. McMurray. Three sons were
born to tin in, all of w hom, with
liis widow survive him. His sons
are: Messrs. ,1, !,. Hines of
Dunn, N. C., 11 M ines of this
place, and HI Hints of Uolaiul,
Mr. IJiiK -' fi'ivc.l iii iho Confederate
at ;n ? as quartermaster
through tin: wi.i ami was the special
courier t<? whom important
papers vre;e turned ov.-r at Knyutteville
to bo eOi.vt j??l to Ital
oigii lo in Governor. He joined
the i're.-h?urian church in young
manhood ami the beautiful Christian
chancier of his old ago evidenced
his having lived mi oxcm*
. I / M - 1 ' * ? * '
piary ii iu 11:0. ins remains
were interred in Westside ceniolery
yesterday afternoon after
funeral set vivos conducted at the
home by lievs Chalmers eraser
and li. II Turnipseed.
His Messrs. .1. L., and
Ed limes, Mrs. Ed llines and
Air?. llnllingaworth of Charlotte,
a sifter of Mis. E. K limes, arrived
here >ostenluy in time for
? 4-'j ?uv cra? <?
! ?2,0<>0 bushels. of Texas-lied
liost proul -i ed oats on hand.
I loath-Jones Co.
? ' - -w ?. aMBf
imoth Rai3 Road Pavilion,
BAR ROOI COMPANY.
i iii (Jrand Opera House Style.
, Tuesday, Oct. 3rd, 8 P M.
} Night Only.
le. A car load of Special Scenery
3l*. Ono of the best 13AM DS. A
> Quartette. 1'ho only Company
thn Great Temperance Drama,
Ihor play. Nothing cheap.hut tho
SS I ON:
D 15 CKNTS FOH CHILDREN,
iry Bund will givo TWO FREE
TO THE BC
Will sell next Tt
SAUCERS at fifty <
worth ninety cents,
only. Don't forge
TH IKS DA V, S!
*21 st, or you will lo
J B MACK'
II Man and Womai
The NeW Yc
Because it is the strongest coin puny ii
c? a use its policies protect one millio
realise it has over 300 million nssett
n ecu use it has over 380 millions Rose
l^ocuiHe it paid in dividends in 1U04 <
^^ecnuso it is purely mutual. It has 11
Because its as-jclts belong to the poli<
ecauso it does not invest in stocks in
ocnuso its policies contain only 011
ecnuso the insured leaves to his wido
Ba law suit,
ecausc its policies are incontestable
Because it paid in 1004 ?40,000,000
oeause it is the best cstuto you can
ecauso it gives you the best protect
for the money.
Because you can't afford to carry anythu
Call on J. I-:. BLAClvMON of Lam
t OR TEN
We have just return
thern markets and fii
great silk season and v
line now that is second
3C> inch Black Peau de Soie silks, sold
yard, our price
3d inch black taffeta, would be cheap
3G inch black taffeta, guaranteed to v
beautiful lustre and worth $1.2
Biggest Bargain ever shown in two tc
ch wide, soft and strong, will n
Worth 1.25 in any city store, our
Wo nvr? iil^n eVirkwimr n boniiti fill li n<
waist and suit patterns. Suit ;
$10.00 ta $12.50, we ofTer them f(
Waist patterns ranging in price i
We have many othe
that will please you,
come to this great silk
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cents per set,
, for one day
;t the date,
K1*T KM liKK
t Should Insure in
irk Ufe. \
1 I ho world,
rvo Fund. '"H
o capital stockj
id industrial socuritios.
i! condition "payment of
\v or estate a legacy and not
to its policy holders,
leave to your firnily.
ion and investment combined
ag else svhon you can get the
caster and give him your ap ^i^EcaaK'^esmm
red from the nornd
this to be a
/e are showing a
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in bitf cities for $2.00
at 1.50, our price, per
rear and not split, has
!5, per yard, our price, 05c
>ne talTetas full 3(> inlot
crush and break,
special price, per yd, 02 1-2
2 of Poland silks in
patterns worth from
'rom $2.25 to $3.50 each.
ir thing in silks
so don't fail^to