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M YSTERIOUSLY KILLED
Liennottaville, November 20.?The
? lead bodies of Ouy Rogers and Pron
kwi Moore were found this morning
about lit o'clock.
These two boys left home Th?rs,
morning on a hunting trip They
west to ('?? rdner's blulY. bitched their
1 oreo and buggy and nothing definite
< ?ulcl be learned of their whereabouts
i: l the bodies wore found today.
Load Tussed Through Body?
? lentis Moore, the son ot Mrs. ICtnlly
Moore, and the younger of the two
Iwas l'ound lying on the south
c< of a branch about live feet deep,
feot were towards the bottom of
\iu branch, and he clutched a tiiar
between Ids lingers. An ' nina'ion
-. r ued that the load from a shotgun
hat) entered his body from the side
neav the e!ge of the. shoulder Made,
vacged towards the middle of the
host, passing lb tough the body. The
f.'.jre load, shot and wad, was lying
iiodcrnen'h his clothes, In front of the
Shot Through Heart.
,g Hogers, a son ot" County Treas
u X. B. Rogers, : nd the older of
the hoys, was found in the bottom of
tr.. branch, only a few feet from the
'bo?v ot young Moore. His lace was
turned down, his body was nearly in
t . lieoling posir'on, with !;is bead in
:.h? edge of the water. In a puddle of
blo*d. Ho, too, was wounded with
a shotgun the load entering direct
ly odo the heart from the front, pass
Ing through the chest, shattering the
iii>s on the rear side some of the
shot burying themselves in the skin
of t!i!> back. Om> wad, ihat betwoen
the powder and shot, was found in
side the shut, near the wound. The
I wound in young Hogers' body ranged
slightly down from the front.
V double-barred shotgun was found
on the brink of die branch the muz
zle slightly elevated, pointing towards
the ditch, one trigger cocked, and in
the breet It was taught a small part
of the si:irt of young Hogers One
barrel, the one with the cocked trig
ger, was found empty The second
barrel contained an empty shell and
another empty shell was found with
in a few inches of the mu/./.le of the.
The branch rues through a broad
held. An overgrown hedge covered
the banks of the branch which Is
about live feel deep and about six
feet wide at the top.
Seen by Negress.
Within about 150 yards is a negro
cabin. An old negro woman who
lives there said tint she s"w the boys
out there shooting, but that she paid
no attention to them and knew noth
ing of their disappearance. Within
one-half a mile are three other hous
es. The point where the boys had
hitched their horses was within a
quarter of a mile ol where their bod
ies were found.
Thursday night and Friday morn
big seaching parties were out looking
for the boys. The party was Iner^n
think. The prudent squirrel stores away nuts
when he can get nuts. He has them when winter
comes. To HAVE MONEY you must save as you
make it, and put it in the bank where it will be
Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank.
Wfl pay liberal interest consistent with safety.
Laurens, S. C.
N. B. Diai, President C. H. Roper, Cashier
cd largely last night, and with lan
terns tb? entire swamp OU this side
of the river was earefully searched
The Gruesome Discovery.
A party was again formed this morn
ing, ninny who had been out all night
again renewing the search, which was
begun at the place where the boys
wore P'.-i seen, wiih the understand
ing that it was to spread gradually
and lake in every fool of the ground
Tito portion whore the boys' bodies
were found was assigned to a party,
among whom wore Krank Crosland
and W. C. Carlisle. Mr. Crosland was
riding horsoback up to the branch,
when ho discovered the body of young
The bodies remained as they were
found until the coroner empanelled
his jury, when they were moved and
an examination made by Dr. W. J.
Crosland The jury is making a thor
ough examination and taking the tes
timony of everyone in the Immediate
Accident of Murder?
Many think it practically impossible
to reconcile the facts with the theory
of accident, yet nothing has developed
to point conclusively to the theory
The coroner's jury adjourned late
this afternoon to meet against next
Wednesday, when additional testimony
will bo tlken with a view to throw
ing further light upon what now
seems let be an impenetnble mystery.
?News and Courier.
tfcCOWAN HHOTHJrlUS l\ I.At'ltKNS
They Make a Brief Visit to the Clt)
of Their Birth.
Mr. Pattillo II. McGownn, of Wash
ington. I). C. and Mr. Samuel Mc
Cowan. of Laureas and Philadelphia,
spent the last week-end here seeing
old friends and kins-people and tak
ing a careful look at the improve
ments in the city cemetery where the
remains of their honored parents rest.
Mr. Pattillo MoCownn is the gifted
correspondent of the News and Couri
er at Washington, where he also rep
rcsents a dozen other leading journ
als strung out all the way from New
York to Jacksonville. There is no
other member of the metropolitan
newspaper fraternity who is accred
ited to so many papers in his own ex
clusive right; and few, it any, who
can equal him in his comprehensive
grasp of national affairs when seen
from the viewpoint of a Southern
gentleman of the old school but con
versant with all modern methods and
up-to-date ideas. Mr. McCowan's pre
eminent success in the capital city
is a source of great gratification to
his many obi friends in this, the city
of bis birth and boyhood days.
Mr. Samuel McGowan, "Sam" as he
Is called hereabout, is the purchasing
i end disbursing pay officer of the navy
in the Quaker City where he is also
the pay olllcer of the Naval Home.
Bothe of these gentlemen expressed
themselves as most agreeably sur
' prised at the wonderful work being
done by the cemetery executive com
mittee; and they wer.- loud in their
I praise Of the labor of love these ladies
j (aided by ?.?', good people of Duurcns)
I have done for the betterment of con
dition - tli ire.
Messrs, McGownn left Snudn\ morn
ing for their respective posts of duty
?both to return at (bo very llrst pos
I siblo opportunity to what tin y locanl
cally termed "Cod's Country."
Not Sorry for Blunder,
"If my friends hadn't blundered in
thinking I was a doomed victim ol con
sumption, I might not be alive now."
writes 1). T. Sanders, of lluiTOtlsburg,
Ky? "but for years they saw every at
tempt to cure a lung-racking cough
fail Ai last I tried Dr. King's New
Dlscorvery. The off eel was wonderful.
It soon stopped tho cough ami I am
now- in latter health than I have hud
for years. This wonderful life.saver
is tin unrivaled remedy for COUgllS,
colds, lagrippe, asthma, croup, hemor
rhages, whooping cough or weak lungs
hoc, $i.b<>. Trial bottle tree. Guaran
teed by Daurens Drug Co.
.1. \>. THOMPSON T1IK NOMINEE.
0 flic In I Cniini Cmc- iii... |,o.">9 Vote*
Against s->1 for Mr. liorroh.
According to the Official count of
the votes cast Tuesday, November 22.
in the second special primary election
for county auditor. .1. Waddy Thomp
son received 1.050 and Auditor -I Koss
Dot tob. the other contestant, got S27.
Mr. Thompson is therefore the nomi
nee for appointment by the governor
as auditor of Daurens county for the
ensuing term which begins some time
When a cold becomes settled in the
system, it will take several days' treat
ment to cure it. and the best demedy
to use is Chamberlain's Cough Reme
dy. It will cure quicker than any oth
er, and also leaves the system is .in
natural and healthy condition. Sold
by Daurens Drug Co
POPHAM'S ASTHMA REMEDY
gives instant relief and an absolute cure
in all cases of Asthmn. Bronchitis, and
Hay Fever. Sold by druggists; mail on
receipt of price It oo.
Trial I'n. knRe by matt 1<> rent*.
WILLIAMS MFG. CO.. Prop*.. Clrvelnnd. Ohio
Daurens Drug Co.. Daurens. S. C.
And we are unable to prevent it.
Within less time than thirty days
You will be paying $7.00 per ton
Unless you take advantage of this opportunity.
We have three cars of the best Lump Coal coming: out of
The Jellico Fields of Tennessee
Which we are going to sell at Six Dollars per ton.
This is cheaper than this coal can be bought and sold for today.
Did you know that Coal today is
Higher than it has been in 5 yrs?
Did you know that all mines shut down
Two Weeks for Christmas
and that it is impossible to get Coal at any price?
You had better phone us your order today, and let us keep
J. W. & R. M. Eichelberger,
Residence Phone 27G Reliable Draymen Oflice 33
I Offer You the Following:
Six room dwelling on Fleming street
in city of Laurens bounded by lands
of J. T. Led ford, J. P. Walker and oth
ers. Price $1,350.00
100 acres of land one half mile from
Lanford Station; eight-room cottage,
good out buildings, in high state of
cultivation. Come quick if you want
this property, bounded by \V. IT, Drum
mond, .1. M. DeShiclds and other:).
Price $60.00 per acre
210 acres of land bounded on north
by .Mrs. Milton Robertson, on south by
J. M. Philpot, east by Mrs. Martin and
on west by I!. F. Terry and others,
Price $10.00 per acre.
One nine-room new dwelling, fin
ished throughout, 4 acres of land, sit
uated in town of Cl'iss Hill, price
$1,000.00 .terms made right.
LT. acre.-; land, ".-room dwelling, barn
and out.buildings. Adjoining land of
Georg? Wilson. Price $775.00.
:'. acres land, four-room cottage al
Watts mill, price $1,300.
'.i I act es land, one building, bound
ed by lands of Mrs. Boyd, S. (). Leal o
and others, Prices and terms made
17 acres land, hounded by lands ot
Friendship church. Joe Wasson, .1. \.
Coats and others. Price $ I 1 00 p'Jl
RO acres, town of Lanford. dwelling
and out buildings, nicely located over
looking town of Knotee. Price $2.
50 acres land bounded by lands of
Walter Nash, and RufUS Cray, dwell
ing and out buildings. Price $20.<>n
7e acres of land hounded by lands
of .Mm Ad Moore, Will lludgciiH and
others, cottage lunt.se, 50 acres undci
cultivation. Price $1,700.00.
C?Vl? acres land, bounded by lands of
Albert Burns and others, 5-room
dwelling, tenant house, barn and out
buildings. Price $10.00 per acre.
71 act es on Reedy River, bounded
by lands of .James Downey, Will Cnld
well and others. With tenant house,
Price $20 per acre. Terms made easy.
lf>0 acres land bounded by lands of
Ludy Mills. L. B. Jturns and V. A.
Mills. Price $30 per acre.
307 acres of land in Scuffletown
township near Byrds Cross Roads,
bounded by lands of M. B. Poole. Will
J. Adair. Will Myers and others, known
as the Yarborough place, 3 dwellings,
8 room dwelling, on Centennial St.,
Clinton. S. ('., with 81 hundredths of
an acre of land, known as the Grifhn
1 HO acres land, one-half mile of Dial
church, with a handsome dwelling, ::
tenant houses and good out buildings.
Come (ptick If you want this place.
Price $.'.0 per acre.
r.0 acres land near (LoenPond
church, bounded by the Yoargin oa
tato and others, nice ti-room coUagu
and out buildings. Prico $30.00 per
fi2 acres near Dials church, hound
ed by la ds of Ludy Aberoromblo, L.
I?. Curry >".1.
and others. Price $36.00
J. N. LEAK
The "Land Man''
7-1'4 ?eres of land near fire-en Pond
church, n room cottage with Hue barn
and out-buddings. I room tenant
house, bounded by land- ol ,lno. Tay
lor. Mrs. Abercroinbio, ami .Ino. Cutty.
Price $00.(16 per acre.
Jflft'/i acres of lr.nrl bounded by
lands of llryson place. Bee Bt Net .
11:111j i? Holland and then : 5-room
dwelling. 2 tenant houses; good barn
ami out-buildings; known as the old
Ferguson place, owned at present by
Win Ii. Motte. Price $27."?t per acre,
One 8-room dwelling In City of Lau
rens. No !J30 Hampton street. Price
Five room cottage on ('.Arlington
street, city of Laurens. Price only
92a4 acres or land near Tumbling
Shoals; hounded by lands of W. D.
and J. (5. Sullivan; X room dwelling;
good out buildings. Price $22.50 pet
2 lots Watts cotton mills, Catn;?
street fronting, 150 by "o ft., price
Ol ac es land hounded by lands of
Robert Nash and others. Price $20.00
I l'I no ret land, bounded by lands ol
.1 N. Leak, Cnpl. Martin and others,
l! loom cottage, one tenant, bouse.
Pi Ice $30.00 p< r acre;
! twelve room dwelling with waler*
rks fronting North Harper street,
known an Owings' boarding house.
Price and tei ins made right.
20(1 acres flue farm Lind, '2 J 2 mllc^i
Lauren on toad leading to Clin ?
ton. mill) of I'ark-, station, seven
I.in ? fnrih In cultivation. Uood dwell
ing anil tenant houses, Price and
I ? : ins made rigl.t.
5(1 acres land, well located in town
oi Lanford, G-room dwelling, I tenant
bouse, out buildings. Price $3,500.00,
$1.0(1(1 down cash, balance on easy pay
127 acres land, hounded by lands or
s. 11, and M. K Johnson, one mile of
Friendship church KuiUvan townahlp;
Two dwellings, rood barn and out.
buildings. Price $30.00 per acre,
500 acres, S miles from city of Lau
rens. bounded by lands of A. Huff,
.lohn Brown & L'alley land. 8 horso
farm in cultivation, well supplied with
tenant houses. Price right and terms
22$ nerey land, bounded by lands of
Daniel South. I)nvl.?i land. Miss West
and others, known as the Collen Lark
homestead, 7 room dwelling and 3 ten
ant bouses. Price made right. Terms
3L1 fteres land. Hi miles below J.
D M. Shaw's place, gf*>d dwelling and
burn; 5 tenant houses, 245 acres In
cultivation, good school near by; ?Vj
miles to Waterloo, same distance to
Cold Point. Price $35.00 acre, ilood
If you do not see listed above what you need, see me and I will trv and eet
it for you. Let your wants be known. If you have land to sell, place it in mv
hands. People come to me for land. J
J. N. LEAK
Gray Court, S. C.