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SATURDAY AT NOON
Jftck Lonli, I'onvietoil of Vrsuit, (iiion
fen i'oiirs Albeil Human Is
Granted Neu i'rhtl.
Lato Tuesday an- njuon of .: i
tweek i!h> eouri of general sessions
had up for trial Ilm case of t:. ? State
vs. AIImm-; human. Mi., youiig kvhltti
man charged with attempt ml criminal
assault upon the person ... a young
white girl. The ease wen; to the
jury Wednesday morning after the
arguments by Attorney W. < . lib;., Jr.,
lor the defense and Solicitor Cooper
lor the State. A verdict of guilty,
with a recommendation to mere} was
found. .Mr. Irby gave nctlci of mo
tion for a new rtihi, bill on Sat unity
morning Judge Prime .sei aside Ilm
verdict without any motion or argu
ment, saying thai he fell thai justice
had miscarried in the case, ami that
he would grant a new trial. Hoild
for Duncan was llxed at ?l,ooo.
Tom Nash and Sloan Ley burn, col
ored, pleaded guilty of the charge of
highway robbery ami larceny. The
sentence of the court was that Nash
pay a line of $30 or serve thirty days
on 'ho chalngang; and thai Leyburn
pay a line of Sinn and serve thirty
days, or servo l" months.
Jim Cliiiksctilcs ami Will Crawford
pleaded guilty of hoiisebreakhig and
larceny and were sentenced to in
j. nioiltllS eaeii on the chaingang.
Leumns lOllison was sentenced to
.1*. months for confessed lioasehrenk
ing and larceny.
Irby Boll pleaded guilt) of larceny
and was sentenced to IS mouths.
Oil Wednesday II. A. Holsen plead
ed guilty of selling whiskey in viola
tion of the dispensary law ami was
sentenced to pay a line of $W0, or
SCI'VO .'! months.
A good part of Wednesday was con
sumed by the I rial of John Henry
Anderson charged with the murder
of I.is father-in-law al Cedar drove
church on September Isl of last .' ear.
Josli Carter, an oh! negro, was shot
to his death by the hand of Anderson
% at the grave of Anderson'? child, who
* was on that day being buried. Ad
der toil ?as uoi i: ins wiii, his wife
ai d children, v. ho were al In r father's
Josh ( :? rlor's. I; was brought mil
Cil ? .1
of unpleasant relation: with his frtlh
i" .in.law. Al i lie I .in ', Anderson
w-i;> In hiding for the shooting of Air.
Benjamin "sedating" as tin liegroos
called ii. Wltoii pile ill Ills children
died ai d v...s being buried. .Anderson
turned up M me churc i and was
seated Inside wlieit !.?? saw Ihrough I
Iii.- (i?or Josh Can "? atld wife drive j
Up in i ho J ai d. When i hey had
nbotil llniidied unhitching their team, j
Anderson got up. w i i oti Into the :
yard, met Carter and without a word
shot him. without a word or sign but j
the drawing of Iiis pistol, When j
Carlor saw the pistol in Anderson's]
j^/j nd he i irned around aa l walked j
away from him, receiving his d nth j
wound almost in the back. After
shooting Carter. Anderson turned ami
Hied to shoot Curler's wife, lull hid
.bulge Prlnco appointed Utorneys
IMohoy, Jr., ami Blackwell to defend
Anderson, which Hey did ably, but
in no avail, the jury llUdlllft a rvedlct I
<n "guilty of murder". Xt w trial <
v. ?.. refused.
Will McColloUgh, colored, was nc
(ftiittod of i he charge of ill; 'iii|)( cd
criminal assault upon tie* person of
I little white girl, Messrs, Cannon
a.id Turner" wer.? Appointed lb repro
M mi t he defendant.
Jim McCoy, colored, chnrg *d with
mtirdOr was found guilty of mnn
nlaughter with a recoinmondatlon to
Mercy, lie was seiltoncod to two
years in the penitentiary or upon the
(he public works of the county.
Jim IjOnk, COltVlcted of arson, was
i sentenced to a term of ten years upon
(he public works of Ihc county or In
the Stale ponllentlary.
The case against Will Coodinan.
Charged with thO murder of a negro
at cross Hill was continued until the
next term of court. Messrs, Blcaso
of Nowborry and Turner of I,aureus
represented Goodman. Mr, Turner
went to Nowborry Tuesday of this
week to appoar before Judge Prince
to ask bail for Ooodmau.
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL.
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Iii honor of Judge (leof E. prinee.
wiiu liuii week presided over the
spring lehn of ih<' general sessions
court. Mr. W. II. Richey, Sr.. enter
tained it niunher of friends nl nn ele
guhl stag dinner on Thursday even
ing .11 his home on Wosi Main street.
I'n 1 iy twenty-llvo Miosis Wore the
recipients of Mr. Richey's hospitality.
Tlio guests were received in the front
parlor and escorted to the punch
bowl in the left, which was grace
fully presided over l>y Miss Eliza
heth Richey, the ullractive daughter
of the genial host. In the dining
room, which wns prettily decorated
for the occasion. tii<> guests were
seated at the two tables, twelve at
each. Dinner was served in courses
by Mrs. .1. .1, Adams and Miss Marl.
During the progress of the dinner,
those present were delighted by a
number of vocal and piano selections
by tlio Misses Ricbey in the parlors
adjoining. After dinner, the guests
enjoyed a social hour over their
Hon. ('. ('. Foathcrstono, of the lo
cal bar, tendered to the members of
the Lnurens bar, a stag dinner on
Friday evening complimentary to His
Honor. Judge Ooo. B. Prince. Prac
tically every momber of the legal pro
fession, together with a few others,
special guests, enjoyed the 6 veiling
at Mr. Fonthorstone's.
Mr. W. L. dray was at home to a
number of friends Saturday evening
in honor of Judge Ceo. E. Prince, who
last WCOk presided over the sessions
of court. Mr. Cray and Judge Prince
were room-mates at Wofford college.
friends of many years' standing. The
occasion Saturday evening was n
stng dinner. Those present were:
Messrs. Dial Gray, T. D. Darlington,
R, Coke Cray, II. K. Alken. H. B. Cray.
\V. A. Watts. .1. D. Watts. .1. Wells
Todd. C. w. Tune. o. I'.. Simmons, I.
F. Bolt, W. H. Dial, and Col. T. C.
Oil Tuesday afternoon Misses Annie
and F.lizahoth Rlcliey delightfully en
tertained the Mysterious Twenty-two
club. The parlors of the Richey
home, thrown on suite, were beautiful
ly decorated in crimson, and this
crimson color scheme was carried out
most tastefully in every way possible.
During the games of progressive whist
the scores of which wore given by
pi'elty little viss Rebecca Adams, Mrs.
w. R. Richey, Jr.. served delicious
fruit punch. Alter severnl mines of
whlsl n salad course whh cheese
tilraws and chocolate was served.
Throughout Iii? entire afternoon many
beautiful piano solos wore rendered
by Mis, M. U Roper.
LIFE ISH'T W?RTH LMHG
T!;/s Statement May be Generally At
tributed lo.fche '.i:<.i< of Good Health.
Wo tvant to talk to people who are nerv
re.n, who suficf fretpi?nt licatUtcli v.li.i
don't Cni -y ih,,:.r food, who aio irritable,
I nuii kly lose Iii- ir tctnper, are so tired and
worn out th: 1 I hoy feel they linn i aivo up,
; and have be ,?mo so despondent that Iho
I doesn't Sei :n worth living. Wo krt > v
exactly \vl il is ;:.<; Jnsith r wi''i p tjopl? i >
1 lids condition, and it t'ney will folioW our
advice, we * n tell lititlU h< ??? t? r. ? i
r -?>(! heallh and that bonyawy ?' fcciii r
which ir.AkW I inj seem ail Miiishlno and
Most 6/ th? a' ovo de erlbpd c '-.A''.'<??? ?
\ cliictly caUSoil by ? ..'atrh.il in., .'t::;.-.
p.otiof tlvotvuicoiiutncinl :>??<. '1 <
I . mo wohl.ko lo i;: of the l .'%? Iu<
i Inrinmcd and eva^oiaed v?t? vvthktti .. i
incited depth. '..-a foil ?? ?? T,.o tit ?y v.. ,
I that t!.:< can hij bvef.< lie is .. i .
j irtalinent ?l the blood. Wo I.ave. t
t . atuioni,-'and v.c art! . ? p<i > ' ?'
I we will supply it t > i :.? i tie. I
I p.viay t.n y |-. !.! n ? . i < \. v h ! ^
j lory and b (la liciUl to Iht '.
, body builder, ?u<l a Mtici ? ? on ii)i u .
loraiivo tritt cL'anst s tin j iaend.t r,.
|<( |i'm ?? Tb"l : t' ? ; < ' : 1 1' c
cfttanlinlpoison,to ? ..? r ? <? ?>
lo good I <..lib, touts tip'
allays inilaninuition, rent ? i ?? eoiij i
Htidsiimiiltjti i| the > Ii" 1< Wl to I uUI '
activity. It i ? ; ;;'<? idid i r I liik'.i ;
flesh ftiid nun .o i. ??'al r^-.. i > . j nn
Cunic to Out store today and < < t a" >< >i tie
of Mucu-Torto, and aftet givitift it a n toon
ab!o trial, If you mo hoi i uislied ?iinp'j
lell in so. and wo ^ < ? ha 'I back voiu
money without ones.ion. Snr-jiv, nothing
could l e moo* fair than ihU. Two sizes,
to cents ?r..l :" i ,i ??>.
Latirens Drug Co.. Lauren. . S. C.
Von will lind lo re the largest and
l.est line of Dlniu r Hots in different
leslgns colors .and decorations from
Which you can select just what you
H. M. k: B. H. Wllkes & Co
The i)rl:-(>s cluririK Happy Woek will
make you ?udle. -Davis-Roner Co.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION.
Miss Katie Hughes visited Laurens
Coroner R. O. Mairston la recover
ing from an attack of grip which kept
liiin confined at his homo during the
A card from New York states that
Miss Annie Uilkorson of Laurens was
registered last week at the Hotel
Woodward. Broadway, of that city.
Mr. ('. A. Tower, consul commander
of Laurens Camp, Woodmen of the
World) who attended the recent con
vention in Spartanburg of the Head
('amp of So,Uli Carolina WOodmen.
was chosen as chairman of the board
of Head Camp managers.
.Mr. Wash Miller who died at his
home last Friday in Waterloo town
Bhlp was a veteran of the Confederate
army, having served during the last
year of the Coilllict a.- one of the
members of C?pt. Mat; ion- .^' Compa
ny and Williams' Battalion, some of
his surviving comrades being Judge
John ,M. Clnrdy. W. I,. Addison, I. T.
Lab-mine and John W. Taylor.
Mis. c. c. Feiilhcrstouo and little
daughb r, i ho. he. le i Monday for a
short vi.it to Airs. !'. /.. Wilson in
Mrs. \i. f. Wade has returned to
Cross Hi!!, after spending a row days
with relatives in the city.
Airs. Orn .McDonald of Decutur, Ca.
spent Friday mid Saturday in the city
with her brother, Air Damp Hunter.
.Messrs. it. I.. Clnrdy and Jno. H.
Brook.; are in Charleston this week
serving as jurors in the Federal court
now in session.
Mrs. M. L. Copelnnd and .Mrs. W. B.
Lucas returned Tuesday from their
trip to Cuba, after an absence of one
.Mrs. A. F. Sherard left Monday for
a visit to relatives In Greenwood and
Misses Helen Cox and Lena Cannon
of Baltimore, popular milliners of last
season for the linns of Davis-Roper
I Co:, and Simmons & Son. respectively
have returned to the city and have ta
ken up the work of the on-coming
Mr. ?!. F. Tolhert has returned from
Baltimore where he accompanied .Mrs.
Tolhert for a medical treatment. How
ever. Airs. Tolhert has been taken to
a Bnnitnrlum in Ashevillo where she
will receive treatment for several
Greatest line of Ladies' ready to
wear bats ever shown in I.aureus
Prices are lower than ever. Davis
ttopcr Co.. Laurens. S. C.
Be sure to see our line of Bed
room suites, made of solid oak. beau
tifully finished in different designs
ami sizes at money saving prices.
S. M. & B. H. Wilkes & Co.
Red Iron Racket
Is Now Receiving the Biggest Line of
Ever Shown in Lauren's.
Consisting; of Clothing, Mats. Shoes, Dress Goods, Millinery,
Notions, Jewelry Watches, Clocks, Laces, Embroidery, Ladies'
Skirts, Shirt Waists, Ladies' Wash Suits. Collars, Cuffs,
Skirts, Underwear, Hosiery, Gloves and small wares.
Across the street in our Annex we have just received a car
load of Crockery, 1 in. Glassware and Racket (ioods. Tobacco,
Cigars, Cigaretts, Soaps, Sugar, Coffee, Pepper, Spice, Nut
megs, Drugs and hundreds of other things. And remember
we sell same goods for less all the time. Come to
And Save Money,
The Largest and Best Line of
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will find at any
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Consistm^ of a beautiful Hue in the latest de*
signs, pretty patterns and different colors. This
is the best Sine you wii! find anywhere from which
yon can select just what you want. And on ac
count of buying them in large quanities we can
sell you at prices that you cannot duplicate at any
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