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J. STOBO YOUNG'S
Young Luurens County Man Convicted
in Connection with Semlnole Affair,
Has Parole Extended until Novem
'Columbia, Oct. 10. ?Gov. Blease
has extended the parole of J. Stobo
Young until November 15. Young
was convicted along with John Y.
Garlington in connection with the old
Semlnole Securities company and
sentenced to one year in the peniten
tiary and was subsequently paroled
by Gov. Blease until Oct. 1, and this
parole was extended until Nov. lfi.
The report of the board of paidons
on the petitions for clemency pre
sented to them was made to the gov
ernor some days ago. Out of the 30
or more petitions before the board
they recommended clemency In only
Pardon for J. J. Jones.
The board recommended a pardon
for John J. Jones, who was convict
ed of killing Abe Pearlstine and
sentenced to ten years and thirty
days in the penitentiary. The su
preme court recently decided against
Jones and the remittitur in his case
will go down on the 15th of this
mouth. The board says in their re
port to the governor that a petition
for clemency was presented, signed
by over 3,000 people, many of them
women, and coining from many coun
ties. The hoard said that three phy
sicians recently examined Jones and
reported him suffering from tubercu
losis. The attorneys for Jones who
appeared before the hoard were: YV.
('. Wolfe, W. B. Bruber and Thos. P.
In the case of lOlbert Wallace from
Aiken, convicted of assault with in
tent to ravish and sentenced to 12
years in the penitential y, a parole
was recommended. The board thought,
the sentence excessive.
In the case of Jas. M. ('enter of
Greenville convicted in January,
11)00, of assault with intent to kill
and sentenced to one year or a fine
of $300 a pardon was recommended.
Pardon for Charlie Gnines.
The board recommended a parole
for Charles M. Gaines, convicted of
murder at Oconee in 1910 and sen
tenced to life imprisonment in the
The board refused action in the
case of Clem Thompson, sent up
from Lau ions for life for murder.
STATU? TO PARTI/,AN GENERALS.
F. Wellington RuekHtulil hua Submit
ted Outline of the Monument to Ma
rlon, Snniter and Pieken?.
Columbia. Oct. 10.?F. W. Huck
stuhl, whose genius created the mas
sive equestrian statue of Hampton
standing on the east side of the state
capitol and the beautiful replica to
the Women of the Confederacy that
greets the eye on the south of the
state house, has in charge the D. A.
R. monument to the three partisan
generals of the Revolution?Marion,
Sumter and Pickens.
The monument to the partizan gen
erals will be a Doris column of red
granite, Roman in its simplicity, *as
were the lives of the greut Revolu
tionary chieftains. Its height will ap
proximate about 2C feet, although Mr.
Ruckstuhl has not definitely decided
its exact height. The .cap of Its base
will be of white granite. The top cap
will also be of white granite, with 13
stars, symbolizing the III original
states. The column will rest on a bot
tom base of Winnsboro granite, and
will support a bronze statue of Vic
tory, whose anus are outstretuhed to
the world. In her right hand she
grasps a palm, the symbol of victory;
in her left she holds aloft a laurel
wreath of Immortality.
The face of the monument will be
toward Trinity church and will con
tain the Inscription to the three par
tisan generals. The other three sides
will represent tlx? photographs of the
three partlzan generals.
Around the hasc of the column will
be a border II feet square of white
pebbles sunk in cement, edied with
black pebbles. On the sides of the
monument there will be three small
benches, also half circling it will be
Mr. Ruckstuhl says that there arc
only a few columns of this character
in the United States, and that this
one will be the finest in qaullty in
The new design has been accepted,
and wil Ibe unveiled november of
This stately column is to be erect
ed on the eastern side of the stat*
capitol, facing Trinity church, and
will add beauty and historic interest
to the grounds.
J. W. Copeland, of Dayton, Ohio,
purchastd a bottle of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy for his boy who had n
cold and Lcfore the bottle was all used
the boy's cold was gone. Is that not
better than to pay a five dollar doctor's
jblll? For sale by all dealers.
DOING A GREAT YVOHK.
Dr. L. M. Roper, a Natii e of this Coun
ty, Winning Many Souls In Virginia.
The following letter, taken from the
Religious Herald, Richmond, Va.. will
be of great interest to the many friends
and relatives of Dr. Roper In this coun
Dear Herald: You are always glad
to hear the news. It is now our privi
lege to report one of the best meetings
this church and community has ever
had. Brother L. M. Roper, of Peters
burg?, came to us the first week In
September, for eight days and nights
preached the gospel with unwonted
tenderness and power. He captured aM
our hearts from the very start. Ev
erybody was Just simply charmed, and
I have n>>t heard one single adverse
criticism either of his preaching or his
The pastor counted himself specially
happy to have him as a guest in our
home. His unaffected courtesy, ('brist
ly bearing and happy blend of dignity
and good humor make him a welcome
guest in any Christian home. My chil
dren were particularly fond of him.
and it would not surprise me if he
makes missionaries out of more than
one of them.
Results of the meeting: Twenty-five
additions, backsliders reclaimed, the
church greatly revived, and the whole
community deeply stirred.
I predict that as Dr. Roper's evange
listic gifts become known in Virginia
he will soon have more work than he
My people do so many nice things
for me that It is hard for me to give
an account of each separate kindness
As an illustration, they made up a
nice purse for my expenses to Virginia
J. M. Pearcy.
Newsoms ,Va? Sept. 14, 11112.
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re
ward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot M>e cured by Hall's Catarrh
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, have known F.
J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and
believe him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions and financially
able i > carry out any obligations made
by his firm.
National Bank of Commerce,
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken intern
ally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
'stlmonials sent free. Price 75c per
bottle. Sold by all druggists.
At Greenville, Oct. 23rd. Gre*t Spec,
taele of "Jonn or Arc" Added to
RingUng Brothers' Circus and new
ly added $".00,000 apectable of "Joan
of Arc," will exhibit In Greenville on
Wednesday, October ?3rd. The spec
tacle In Itself is an attraction that
should bring thousands of visitors
from the surrounding country. It is
beyond question the greatest produc
tion of its kind ever seen in America.
The world's most skillful scenic ar
tists, d:>stumers, property-makers,
chorus directors and stage managers
were engaged to mount the produc
tion. A stuge bigger than a hundred
ordinary theatres was built and made
portable so that It can be conveyed
from town to town and erected each
morning In the main tent. Thus the
circus proprietors have made It pos
sible for those who live In contribu
tory towns as well as in the large cit
ies to see this magnificent wordless
piny with Its cast of 1,200 characters,
a ballet of 1100 dancing girls, a grand
opera chorus of 400 voices, G00 horses
and a train load of special scenery,
costumes, properties and mechanical
devices for producing such stage ef
fects as thunder, lightning, storms,
fires and the< sound of battle.
In the old market place of Roen.
Franc e .there now stands a monument i
by which the French of today have
sought to redeem their part in the
execution of Joan of Arc. who on
May HO, 14111, was burned to death on
the false charge of heresy after hav
ing delivered her country from the
English and having restored the crown
to Charles VII. History records but
(he meager facts of this strange hero
ine of eighteen years, who led the
mules of France victorious through
English invasion, and then, deserted
by all, even the indolent monarch
whom she preserved, died by the cruel
cst torture known with the name of j
the master upon her lips. Unsung in
poetry the name of this simple peas
ant girl has come down through the
ages to be revered as that of a saint,
nnd whose wonderful powers and
whose bravery are verily believed to
have been of divine inspiration.
On the triumphant Incident? the
victorius engagements, the final de
feat of the English armies, and the
coronation of Charles VII, all achiev
ed by the frail Maid of Orleans, has
been founded the inspiring spectacle
which gives RingUng Brothers' circus
a new significance and makes an
attraction such as the world in search
ing for amusement has never before
The regular circus program Is more
than ever attractive. Its company of
'M~> fornten artists, its double menag
erie aiiu its new street parade will
prove a great surprise to those who
attend from this city. The event is
one that should not be missed. 1l-2t
IS ALL YOU NEED
Often for the want of a small amount in
cash the chance of a lifetime to secure a
home or a business interest is lost.
Opportunity slips by the cashless, thrift
less spender. Don't let it slip by you?be
ready with ready money in your Savings
Account. If you haven't one?start one
HERE! NOW! TO-DAY!
A Dollar Is All You Need. Your money ^
will draw 4 per cent interest, too.
THE BANK3^ LAU RENS
LAU RENS, S.C.
<?> Owners of Automobiles irT this County ^
^ are advised that Mr. W. T. Wesson is in ^
<& charge of our <&>
Mechanic In Charge
in the Repair Business which 1 recently
bought from Mr. W. P. Hudgcns. He has
been in the Automobile business for years and
is fully competent to turn out the very best
work at Moderate Prices. Give us a trial and
I Wham Brothers Garage S
<?> LAURENS, S. C. <$>
County Fair Day I will be at Counts
Cowan's Stables, Laurens, S. C,
to buy Fifty Head of good big Mules from 4
to 8 years old. No small or aged
Bradberry Mule Co
Counts & Cowan's Stables, Lau? ens, S. C.