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purposes. We offer superior
stocks of all the best and most
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Wood's Descriptive Catalo
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SUMMONS FOR RELIEF.
S of South Carolina,
ounty of Laurens.
Paimetto Bank, of Laurens, S. C.,
YE.-A. Jones, Defendant.
Te. the defendant, R. A, Jones,
You are hereby summoned and re
mred to answer the complaint in this
s4ion of which a copy is herewith
s ved upon you, and to serve'-a copy
at your answer to said complaint on
ehe subscribers at their office, L~aurens
sirt House, S. C., within twenty days
r the service hereof; exolusive of
Sday of such service; end if you
to answer the complaint within thte
e- -afe~oresaid, the plaintiff in this
e4ikon will apply .to the Court for the
rief demanded in the compjaint.
Ferguson, Feathorstone & Knight,
To the absent defendai4A. A. Jones,
yen will please take notice: That the
original summons and complalnt in
Sabove stated case was filed in the
erk of Court's offlce for Laurons
onty ins the State aforesaid, on the
2i day of January, 191 1.
Ferguson, Featherstone & Knight,
N. B. DIAr, A. C. TODD
DIL & ODD
Euterprise Bak Building, Laurea., S. C.
PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS
Money te loan on Real :Estt-Long
Land Surveys 'Speeity
eCmerte Work Skllftily done or In.
Drawings and estimates of all Kind.
Telephone No. 346.
Laurens. S. C.
CHILD LAIOR BILL IN SENATE.
Senator Owen Introduces iiII to lleg.
uilato Child Labor In United States.
Washington, Feb. 23,--Senator Ow
en of Oklahoma Introduced on Satur
day the same federal child labor bill
which Mr. Palmer of Pennsylvania
'presented in the House.. It applies to
factories. vroducing goods for inter
state commerce, the 14-year age limit
'being already in force more or less
complehensively in forty staten. It
regulates the employment of children
under 16 by limiting their working
hours to eight in one day, and by pro
hibiting entirely their employment at
night' in mills, factories or workshops
and at any tine in mines or quarries.
The Virginia State Child Labor Com
mittee has -Unanimously endorsed the
bill, and this action by citizens of the
old stronghold of States' Rights is
considered by Owen R. Lovejoy, gen
eral 'secretary of the National Child
Labor Committee to be an indication
of the increasing demand by consum
ers for goods that are free from the
taint of child labor, -Mr. Lovejoy says
"The National Child Labor Commit
tee is actively working for the pas
sage of this Owen-Palmer bill. It is
the first time a federal bill has ieen
introd'uaed whtich, fis +comprehendlive
enough to be worth while and simple
enough to be enforcable; and .we are
advised by able lawyers that the pro
visions of the bill are constitutional.
It has been introduced by Democrats
but we hope it will be supported, re
gardless of party lines, by all who be
lieve that young children should he
freed from the burden of wage-earning
and that older children should be pro
tected from overwork and the dangers
A Winter Cough.
A stubborn, annoying, depressing
cough hangs on, racks the body, weak
ens the lungs, and often leads to se
rious results. The first dose of Dr.
King's New Discovery gives relief.
Henry 1). Sanders, of Cavendish, Vt.,
was threatened with consumption, af
ter having pneumonia. He writes:
"Dr. King's New Discovery ought to
be in every family; it Is certainly the
best of all medicines for coughs, colds
or lung trouble." Good for children's
epughs. Money back if .ot satisfied.
Price 5)0c. and $1.00. At all draggiuts.
HI. E. Bucklen & Co.
Philadelphia or St. Louis.
* UNION MEETING.
** * *
The union 'meeting of the Third 1)I
vision of W. M. U. Laurens Associa
tion will convene with Clinton Bap
list church i"riday morning, March
10:30-Devotional services. Miss Ida
May Crise, Mountville.
Welcoie address, Mrs. 1E. M. Light
Response, Mrs. J. Casper Smith, Wa
Prosperity and the Christian Oppor
tunity. Opened by Miss Ada Pysor
Importance of Young Peoples' Work
Opened by Mrs. Emma Roper, Lau
Meaning of Jubilate. Miss Bell Burch,
Intermission for Dinner.
Devotional services. Mrs. C. E. WVat
Tithing. Mrs. WValter Hunt, Newberry.
Three short talkes or papers on Home,
Foreign and State Missions, by Miss
es flora Bailey, Annie Rludd and
Mrs. J. T. Robertson,
Pros. 3rd Division.
LOCAL WOMEN AGREE,
WITHI STAGE BEAUTIES
or all wvomen in tihe world, probably
those onl tile stage are moat particular
about their pprsonal appiearance, andl
esp)ecially in the care of tile hlair; and
whlen such leading stage beauties as
Ethel Blarrymore, El~sie Ferguson, Na
talie Alt, Louise Dresser, Rose Cegh
lan, Laurette Taylor and many othlers
are so enthlusiastic al,,out Harmony
IHair Beautifier as to rite ill -praise of
it, thlat it certainly evidlence thlat it
does juist what tile say it does--that
is, beautifles tI~e hi ir. There are mlany
women light 11 i s town. and( men01,
too, who regau it as indlisp~ensable,
biecaupe It ,makes the hair glossier and
moere silky, easier to dress and make
stay in -place. Sprinkle a little on your
hlair each time before brusing it. Con
tains no oil; will not chlange color of
hlair, nor darken gray' hmair.
To keep hair and scalp dlandrulff-free
and clean, Use Harmony Shampoo.
Tis pure liquid shampoo gives an in
stantaneous rich lathler that imedi
ately penletrates to every part of tile
hiair and scalp, insiuring a quick, thor
ough cleansing. Washed oft 'just as
quickly, the entire opeoration takes on
ly a few moments. 'Contains nothling
that canl harm the hair; leaves no
harshness or stickiness.
Both lpreparations come in odd
shlaped, very orname tal bottles, with
splinlkier tops. Har ny Hlair Beauti
fier, $i.00.. Harmony Shampoo, 500e.
Both guaranteed to satisfy you in ,'
cry way, or your money back. Pl on
ly at the -nmore tihan 7.000 Pexall Sitore.s
and in this town only 'hy uis. Laurens
iDrug Co., 103 W. Main street, Laurens,
* ASYLUM INVESTIGATION. *
* ** *** ** * * * ** ***
(Continued from Page Six.)
Carolinians 'will forget their sense
of justice and chivalry, and will ex
press no disapproval of the treatment
accorded Dr. Elcanora Saunders.
Why the charges were made against
her is a question hard to answer. They
were unfounded. The testimony has
proved that. They were derogatory to
her character and professional stand
ing. Some person or persons appear
to have "had it in for her," if a slang
expression may be used. Possibly she
was more efficient than they. Possibly
soie 'men objected to a woman's tak
ing precedence in knowledge over
them. We do not know.
But of this we are quite sure:
)r. launders has been the victim of
a most unmanly and ungentlemanly
attack. if there wa.s -'iything but
politics mixed .i it the affair, we
should venture the opinion that the
mena of this State would not overlook
the incident. But politics is at the
bottom of it all, so perhaps the men
of South Carolina who are so ready
in all other instance.s to defend the
good name of their women, will let
this incident pass, and thereby place
politics above a woman's good name.
Columbia, Feb. 17.-How Gov. Blease
in executive session of the board of
regents of the 1tatc Hlospital for the
Insane on December 12, 1913, by word
and 'manner passed insinuations and
insults on i)r. Ileanora Saunders, a
woman physician at the asylum, was
this afternoon related to the investi
gating cohlmittee by .Dr. Julius H.
Taylor of Columbia, a member of the
board of regents, who was present
throughout the entire executive ses
sion. Not only professional standing
but the moral character of Dr. Saun
ders was brought into question by the
governor time and again by the insin
nating nature of the questions which
he asked and the statements which he
made, testified Dr. Taylor.
The fact that Dr. Saunders' per
sonal character had been thus at
tacked was the reason why he would
not vote for a resolution introduced
and adopted, stating that no personal
clia rges had been made, and that it
was for the best interest of the lady
and everybody else concerned that
the investigation begun at that time
he dropped, said 1)r. Taylor. Ie
stated that in hs opinion the moral
charaeter of the wonini physician
had been brought Into question and
lint the wording of the resolution
inp1l Id that an investigation nmight
substantiate the charges.
)r. Taylor paid high tribute to the
eharacter of Dr. Saunders as a wo
man and is a -physician, declaring
that she was "head and shoulders
above any other subordinate member
of the medical staff. All of the
charges made by her fellow physicians
at the executive session "were abso
lutely puerile," saidl Dr. Taylor, who
exp~lainedl that they related to remov
in ga table from a certain room, use of
typewriter and similar allegations.
"Yet unconsciously every physician
wvho testified there against her paid
the most magnificent trIbute to her
wvork and her ability."
The afternoon session of the asy
lum investigatinig committee heard
the testimony of D~r. aTylor, J. D.
Ulvens and Mr. Jas. A, Sumerset, all
members of the board of regemits.
The investigating committee meets
again tomorrow afternoon at three
The ingu of All Laxatives.
For constipation, use Dr. King's
New Life Pills, Paul Matpulka, of
Biuffalo, N. Y., says they ar the "king
of all laxatives. Theoya a blessing
to all my famiiy and ialways keep
a box at home." Get a biox and get
wvell again. Price 25c. At dIruggists
or by mail.
H. 10. Bucklen & Co.
Philadelphia or St. Lois.
A portrait sent to the
absent ones npw and
then, binds th gfriend
ships of yout4, bridges
distance a d nits closer
the ties o family and
kinsfolk. Our fast len
ses modern methods and
equipment, prompt at
tention andi courtesy to
patrons have made sit
ting for photographs a
Make an appointment to-day
Our prices are conisistent with
the ihighi quality of our work
Lauren. S. C.
The demand in this department has exhaiust ed many sizes
in special numbers but the stock is again repleiislied for
Ladies' Union Suits together or separate pieces per suit 50c
Ladies' Union Suits, extra quality, at the suit ...~. ....$1.00
Ladies' all-wool white or scarlet, at a suit .... .... ..$2.00
Children's Union Suits, all sizes at .... .... .... ....25c
Infant's Wrappers at each ................ .. ... 15c
Men's white ribbed heavy fleece suits at . ... .... ....$1.00
Also in wool, scarlet or white, at the suit .... .... ..$2.00
Boy's extra heavy Union Suits at ........ .... ......65c
Ladies' wool Sweaters from .... .... ......$2.00 upward
Misses' Sweaters at.... ........ .... .... ... .. $1.50
Children's Sweaters at ... .... .... .... .... ......50c
Ladies' wool Aviation Caps at ....................50c
Children's knit wool Jackets at .... .... .... .......50c
Togues .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... ..25
A complete line of Ladies' Scarfs and Shawls in all colors
Wool and heavy fleece cotton Hosiery.
Wool Gloves-Wool Mitts-Everything to mike comfortable
during the winter months at
W.G. Wilson &Co
Gasoline and K
Delivered any where in tl
Just received two carloads of 66
Highest in the stat
Ask the State Oil Ins
IJ. R. EICH ELBERGER, Agt.
BARGAINS IN REAL
123 acres, four miles east of Lauren
Clinton road, well improved at a bargain
J. W. Moore Place, near Mt. Pie
$20.00 per acre..
The Coleman Place, six miles west~
acr'es at a bargain.
Dorroh Place, near Boyd's Mill, 22(
Jno. Clardy Place, near Mt. Olive, 165
45 acres one and one-half miles Soul
$45.00 per acre.
One house and lot near' the Laurens
building at $1,000.00.
1,000 acres, three miles west of V
tracts, at a bargain.
The Dr. Duvall Farm on Pea Rids
splendid improvements, svell locatedl as t
and good neighbors.
A 50 acre farm in same neighbor'ho,
One house and lot on West Main SI
gain for a quick sale.
175 acres in Sullivan Township, the
Farm. A bargain.
Laurens Trust C(
R. A. COOPER, President.
Anderson e takeley, Managers Real Estat
LAURENS, S. C.
Citation for Letters of Adsnliisitra(ien.
Rtate of South Carolina,
roulnty of La-arten ,.
ily O. G. Thoi Son, I'roahte .ldge:
Whereas 1). It. Simi i n ) made suit
to )7e, to grant himl L'ettp, s of adlnin
istlation of the ('Stagt and I.cl 0ets of
1t. 1,. Simpsonl.
These are therefore. 'o eit a ad
lnonish all and si:IguiIar tih' I:indlred
andi creditors of the Sait Rt. L. .Amp- "
Son dec'eased, that they he and appear
before ie, in the Court of Probate. to
be held at Laurens ('ourt Ilous'.t Lau
rens, S. 'X, on the :3rd (lay of Mi arch,
1914 next, after publication herecf. at
11 o'clock in the (orenoon, to show
cause. if any they flave, why the said
administration should not be granted.
(liven under my hand this 17th day
of February Anno I)onini 1914.
O. C. TIIOMPSON,
30-2t J. I. L. C.
DR. CLIFTON JONES
Office in Simmons Building
Phone: Offlee No. 86: Residene 219.
CHICHESTER S PILLS
C TnRl DIAMOND? HRANip.
I tidic.. Aek youmr I(tirm %( G'r
4 Iek ets and Los of Aie!aud
T'hO ld i Itnd d g ner Gold etiaic ,
M a nd bulseceI th hm Itrueton
I! ucnka no 41(1'.," or mf
1 1A11( NI) I '1 IlNt4 for Lt,
SOLD BY DRIGISTS FVERYWHI.RE
F~or Weakness and Loss of Appetite
Trhe Old Standard general strengthening tonic,
GROVE'S TASTET,ESS chill TONIC, drives 0out
Malaria and builds up the system. A true tonic
andsure Appetizer. For adultsandchildren. 50c.
Laurns, S. C.
.s Court House on
aisant, 75 acres at
of Laurens, 125
) acres at $12.50.
acres, $10 an acre.
li-east of Laurens,
Cotton Mill School
rater'loo, in several
~e, 10() acres and
0 schools, churc'hes
Lad at a reasonable
r'ect, now at a b~ar
T. Wood Br'own
2. W. TrUN1, Sec. & TPreas.