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SU1101NS FOR REI LEF.
Eitnto of Soulth Carolina.
County of Laurens.
Palmet-to !onk, of Laurens, S. C.,
R. A. Jones, Dlefend:rit.
To the defendant, I . A. Jones,
You are hereby sumioned and re
quired to answer the complaint in this
action of w)hich3 a copty is herewith
served ulpont you, and to serve3 a copy
of your answer to said complaint on
the s onscribers at their o .c, & a rens ,
Court House, S. C., within wenty ays
after the service here f- excl':sive of
thte day of Such servi .;and if yout
tail to answer the comp ant within the
time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this
motion will apply to the Court for the
relief demanded Ith to complaint.
Ferguson, Featherstone & Knight,
To the absent defendant, R. A. Jones,
you will please take notice: Th-at the
original summons and complaint In
the above stated case was filed in the
leric of Court's oflice for L urens
ounty in the State aforesaid, on the
24th day of January, 191.1.
Ferguson, Featherstone & Knight,
N. B. D)IA. 'A. (C. Troin
DIAL & TODD
Aitori ys an t Law
Enterprise Bank 8 Id g, Laurens, S. C.
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DR.'E. B. SAUNDERS.
Investigating Coumtte Makes Its Re
Port to the General Assemity. Pris.
cs Her Work.
Columbia, Feln. 25.-The committee
charged with the investigation into af
fairs at the State Ilospital for the In
sane, which has attracted state-wide
interest, today filed its report. It was
the unaninotus concltlsioi of the en
tire committee which has spent sev
eral weeks in the investigation. The
report was accompanied by a set of
concurrent' resolutions which seek to
remedy ats far as possible conditions
permit the present diicultie. The
report together with tlie resolutilons
was unaninotsly adopted hy' the
ilouse' without a single word of pro
test from a(y (member. It was; alto
et'or a slisfrelory report to the
mmber . who) h:l followed the tes;
ti'oy nv 1ni m: fly too!k occasioIn to
Ce~enaly euuP the me(llinbers
of the comitittee for the pains a1n(1
uIna ni lity of the repoi' t.
The rei( ti' In I t i. fist Ie't:I:'e ah
sohai y :Mul entirely v'indlir.c:e 1):-.
'Ie:Ior1 11. Saiunders Of any ::tix
eVel'y (lbarge of wrotig doliwg and 1i:ty;;
the hi'ijlest tributec to her plofes!ionatl
work vi nd :1 ersonl' al ''har: etar :: well as
hInt' d'votion to tie dtltiies she ! has It
the hosital andl to thi enf*ortils t< s
ulIdor her e(it'r
Second, the committee commends
a nd congratulates )r. .1. W. hluroc k.
Alerintendett of the lho spit::l r'1)
his :n1ly and outspoken defens'' of
D)r. Saunlders and for his gaieral
Thel cotmmittee uis~nniosly "con
demns the method of trial of 1)r.
Saiiiilt('i" a : tlo i'l on 1)etenlber 12.
191-', and hoepe the records of the
:'tate will n \er :;how irepe'titiot of
The l('omiittee unaatnimonb ly rev.
ommllends that th sIperinttnd.'nt of
the lospital for the I nsanr he in:(t e
the 1(11 superintenIdent, and that his
aut'ority he alsol ute both iII th e -
lect ion of they subordinates on the
medIcal staff a1nd in: nlgement of
the institution, hut make the bo:irl of
regents final in the selection of the
employees and staff oflicials but hold
the superinten dent primarily respon
The report finds that Dr. Babcock
has had too much work to do and
recommends that he be relieved by a
business manager of much of the
business detail that Is now placed
Upon his shoulders so that he will
be privileged to devote more time to
the medical work.
Thle report recoiietuls Ihat all
members of the 'medienl staff be re
qulired to live on the asylum grounds,
which iFs not niow the case as most
of the staff oflilils do not live 4on
the premises, this p.1ombly is from
no fault of the otll'ti because no
residlenese are -probably provided ex
cept for 1)r. Babeock, I)r. Thompson
and 1)r. Satin(lers,---but under the
regulations all of the physicians must
hIve ont the prei~ilses.
The replort is altogether in goodi
temper' but the burden of the respon
sibIlIty Is placed where the coimmlittee
thinks it 'belong anld tihe treatment of'
Dr. Saunders at the famous meeting
December 12th, 1913, attended by GIOv
ernor IBlease and members of tho
Boardl of Regents is condemned.
The report is accomipanied bly a set
of resolutions which it is expected un.
der decision of tihe Supreme Court of
this S'tate will be binding up)on all
State officIals connected with the
State Hofspital for thle Insan11e anid it
wvill be noted in these r'ules that thle
Buperntendent is made thle respionisi
ble agent and the primary selection of
all ofilcials is upon him with tihe final
applroval of tile Bloard1 orflRegents.
TPhe special report recoimmends
thlat tile new State Park property be
(evelopedI and that the building no0w
readl(y be utilized.
The report starts out bty saying
"that wvhatever discord, trotiblo and
friction)," exIsts at the Hospital is
"fld~amenictal ." Quloting fr'omi i he
constitution it shows that the Board
of Reogents, atnd tile Suipeinitendencft is
app~olnted bty tihe Glovernor' and1 thlen
that of the otheri physicianls and oftl
cer's arc apptIointedl by the TBoar'd of
Rlegents. Then the report adds "hence
theo supe)rntendenlt hasi no0 voice inl
the selectIon or dismissal of any sub
ordilnate he beomes purel'Oy an advis
ory ofmier only wvneh adlvice Is souight
and hlas 1no effective control or au
thoirity resulting in suchl a conditlin
that effective wvork and labor of a
uinifleed staff is -imlpossible. Trhis, the
committee sho0w is inO cruIx Or the
whiole tIng and briefly stated tile
healing rodl is in thyis paragraphtl. "Inl
our opinion th~e staff should be select
ed by tile suplerintendenlt wvith the fi
nal consent' of thle TBoardI of Regents,
thereby insurIng full hlarmony between
thle superintendenst and his staff and
all acceptable to tile Board of IRo
Of course It Is to be rememberedi
thant there huave beon numerous
changes in the personnel of the stafi
by the nronent Board of Regents ail
the Superintendent had absolutely
no part in these changes and that
the origin of the present- trouble was
ii the effort to remove Dr. IEleanora
B. Saunders and on this Dr. Babcbck
entered his strongest and most vig
The report, however, is quite
brief and will be read with intense
interest throughout the State. Lo
cally the interest was so great that
extras were out on the street a short
while after the report had been filed.
As soon as the report was read Mr.
Stevenson, of the committee, ask
ed that the concurrent resolutions
that accompanied the report he read.
This was (one and without a word of
(tue tion, (isClssion, or inqtiry, the
resolution whicl makes a new (s
i'ensation for the manageleint of the
lospital for thge I1111nn1e wI's adopted.
The ('omm2 it".1's report insor:tr as it
deals with 1):". llabc'e'k ani II.
Laundrs isvnnfs i \ ( n iiui :s follows:
1):. E1l:inora ii. :aunders.
Your com11ittee went ful iy and
i1nnutely into the colulaiints, insinul
Itolln inltnd v *o it22;l2iry :11(1 eh:1r v
-z:ein t Ir. i.:! i inort I!. Saul1nde'2r ::. W '
:1nl no P\ Idce1(P to sust'i lly of
them1. SIle i not guilty o!' 1ny 'rong
2iltelntion or 'n;11; (101 1:; 'Thi-( 1 s1
no: breat' ot even suspicion as to
her mlo"'al (h: ' I.: (l-- one ag'ainst
herI profevs ion;' rert a ~ tiolt andt colt
dunct and ('nroer- -inl her e-thical dle
2ortnilt a11d( in all of he; (con'1 ht1et in
or otIt. of the instiuti 0ot- tie State
Hlospital for the In1sane. The few
and( inls';inific'ant aft:, on wh1ich! ('om-)
!:nt weeb s d -. r the dtir'-'It're
stilts of retltest1 fr-om1 the sulerin
tenden2t ---hier superior olleier, and
were e'ecu!ted hin the discharge of
duty to suffering humanlity and are
to be colnlcduieI ;;an1 P'ui :- ra 'wr
Ie'v ii1111 iil II 11 8t
IIr wfo Ind labor inl (ho State
l11wo 't A! for* thIe in's:(a' hears e1o.
(iuenlt trilmte to the( r"e~tarkablle initia
tive, :.id 1( , y t ireless;t energ:y 1(nd( dlom
intedl by the won1,nly womn:l's over
tlow\inl-v hove for 2n12for2oinate iima1nity
--whlich love, e:;-;y and tireless (1e
voti(111 i m11111ifeste I by her every
move:vent, of w\hich! sh~e has be-en the
11minlprilg 111 \":high is shown in the
result. In every department of workiC,
which she ha12 touched and which ev
en her critics in almost(151 every instance
We condemn tie method of trial
of Dr. Saunders adopted on Decemn
ber 12. 1913, and hope that the re
cords of the State will never show a
repetition of such procedure.
we refer to this merely to call the
attention of the members of the gen
(''l 1 ass1emb12ly to the n'cessity of pro
viding oleainst. 11n1y rep10tition of sudelh
a 11roentu1Lre in the i11n re :>: under
1 pro1 r a11d logi1al sy:tem(11 of ru. S
:.nd regulat1ions no Such pr:oce;-:ling,
Vt eald have obtainedI. Irr esp1ons1ible
lowerI 1.; that. Dower which i "".er
(1101l w'ithout rule or r'eason2 and
fr2o1 wVIhich ihe're 1s no re1o1 n!zeld
ltlo:l Of Ii pp1eal. There shoul 1 he
no such power vested In any person
or persons In t.he State of South Car
011111, and1( thr shou14102 d be rules
carefully prepared'0(, adop0Ited and2 pass-4
ed to pr2event anhother 111 such ccurrence21.
Dr. J. W. Bahcock.
We commend the stand of tile Su
per'int~lendet, 'Dr'. J1. W. Babcock inl
tis acute exigenlcy and12 throu~ghlout
tile subsiequenlt aftermath, wvhen2 he
chiampionedl the righlt, not only df Ils
loyal and(1 true subordinate andi staff
officer, D~r. lieanora B. Sa'unders, but
of a woAian whlose every instinlct is
shown to be for .the righlt, tile in
terests of the unfortunate platients
under 110r carle andi the best interests
Iof tile institutionl.
YOU CAN'T EARN MONEY
WHEKN YOU'RE LAID UJP
-Thlere ar'e a lot of pleople in this
townI who canont afford to be sick.
Perhaps nlone of you1 feci tha't you canl,
but eer'tainly some11 of you enn't, for'
as soon as you are' siek, yur wages3 Ht->i
and( .worry and( deb'lts beglin to pile .2p.
'Tie senlle1 ting for you1 to do,2 a1s
soon1 n5 youl foel r'unI-down and w2ornV tl
out11, no matter what thle ('hu.. , is tc
take 1someth01112~ill jusl 11s qick as5 you~
Make yourself more1' cofortaldc (1nd(
pr1ov'ide agolinst ser'ious1 sickness.
medccicine made(1 tha~t will (10 as 21110h
towards 50avin~g y'our healthn it thus 1211
hlin1g yon 14ave' your mon1102ey .2s H 0x.all
Olive Oil I'~mu)ls'on. 21 is -> me Geilne
that get2J right Pt t"e trollhice n I 'e
lieves It by toninig the nerves, '1nriih
and( h1011lih to the1 cle body11. It
doesn't do tis bly rly'enns of al(cohol or'
habiit-fo1l1ming d1 a I/, beCan 1 2. it c01n
talns none. Its trengthl and health
giving power is (dhe to pure Oli'/ Oil
and12 tile flypophlosphites, long endoimi~
021 by su0csfli phiy51l1nn. tihe one1
for its food vnOlue, the0 0o1wr for it
101110 value. lTire, foir the first time,
ttey are comblhinedl, and~ tile resul2t is
reP1 l nerve, blood( 01nd bod2y-bildin11g111
medicIne-a roll strengthlenler th It wVe
0r nr l1Oud~ to tell you1 121out . You0) 'lon't
neeod to 1heslitte in us41i 1t. her2')1 e if
It doen't (10 all we 1ay 1it will and12
sitisfy voin In every wnv. It W11e t'03l
l'Ol nothing. If it doesn1't makel'3 you
"t-on" and12 well again.01) 1.m 2 bck an:1
geot your1 money. It will ho even tc
you1'. wihouit wordl or ostion. ,!id Oil
ly -'t the more than1 '7,000 Ri'ynii eon
andi in thlis town 1 onlyhv iVti 0I(0 f..ot
Irens Dru' Co., 103 W. Main street , n'i
Young Men and Old Men.
We show correct Spring
Styles for Each.
,NO NAME" One
Another "NO NAWM"
Satisfactory Economy is the
right combination. You get
it when you buy a Hat here
either Soft or Derby.
No Name at $2.50 and $3.00 THNO NAME'
Stetson's at $3.50 to $5.00 HAT
CLARDY & WILSON
BKR I SI EALEST
143 ac'es, four miles east of Laurens Court HuisC on
Clinton road, well imr1\ovedat a bargain. Termis easy.
J. W.. Moore Place, near Mt. Pleasant, 75 acres at ~
$20.00 per acre.
The Coleman Place, six mniles west of Laurenis, 125
acres at a bargain.
Dor'roh Plaice, near Boyd's Mill, 220 acres at $12.50
Jno. Clardy Place,.near' Mt. Olive, 165 acres, $10 an acre.
45 acres one and one-half miles South-east of Laurens,
$45.00 per acre.
One house and lot near' the Laurens Cotton Mill School
building at $1,000.00.
1,000 acres, three miles wvest of Waterloo, in severalI
tracts, at a bargain.
The Dr. Duvall Farm on P~ea Ridge, 1 00 acres and
splendid improvements, well located as to schools, churches
and good neighbors.
A 50 werie farm in same neighborhood at a r'easonable
One house and lot on West Main Street, no0w at a bar'- 6
gain for a quick sale.
175 acr'es in Sullivan Township, the T. Wood Brown
Laurens Trust Company
R.A oEr, President. C. WV. TPUNE, Sec. & T1reas. t
niderson A Blaikeley, Managers R~eal Estate S3ale.
LAURIEN8, S. C.