A new music box at Mr. H.D. Reddick's store is attracting much attention just at present.
The intensely hot weather prevailing for the past few days has caused cotton to put on a new growth.
Mr. J.R. Chandler of Benson was in town last Friday and went to Charleston Friday night. He purchased a blooded horse while in the city and had it shipped up, arriving here Saturday night.
Our editor has gone to Newberry where he will join the South Carolina Press Association on its trip to the Nashville exposition, and if there is lack of the usual amount of local matter this week, attribute it to this fact.
The County Record, May 27, 1897