News of the Textile World

OLYMPIA Mr. W. M. Castine had the misfortune of falling Wednesday morning and getting hurt. Mrs. W. A. Hallman has returned to her home in Lexington, after visiting her sisters, Mrs. R. E. Webb and Miss Sarah Hite, on Sixth street. Mr. Leo Braswell of Lancaster is visiting his mother, Mrs. Minnie Braswell Sunday, at her home on Sixth street. He had an injured hand. … Continue reading News of the Textile World

News of the Textile World

OLYMPIA Oscar Purvis happened with the misfortune of getting his leg broken Friday afternoon. It is hoped that he will get along all right. Mrs. V. M. Hymond and little daughter, Lottie Bell, will leave Sunday for Lugoff, to visit the former’s brother, Mr. E. B. Barfield. R. R. Barfield will visit his son, Mr. E. B. Barfield, in Lugoff. Hazel, the little daughter of … Continue reading News of the Textile World

M’Laurin in Race to Make Speeches on the Warehouse

John L. McLaurin, state warehouse commissioner, at an executive session of the Warehousemen’s Association yesterday afternoon, announced his intention of running for lieutenant governor in the coming primaries in order to wage an education campaign in behalf of the ware house system before the people of the State in the county to-county canvass. The convention yesterday adopted a resolution endorsing an educative campaign and designating … Continue reading M’Laurin in Race to Make Speeches on the Warehouse