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LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION.
Mrs. L. G. Ballo is visiting relatives
in Newberry this week.
-Miss Cleo Walker spent the week
evd with relatives in 'Cross Hill.
Miss Bessie Roland is visiting her
sister, Mrs. J. P. McNair, in Aiken.
Mr. 'Charles Fleming spent Satur
day in Spartanburg visiting friends.
Mr. Tom Bolt, of Atlanta, Is visit
Ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Fi
Mr. B. M. Wolff returned home S'at
urdtay after spending several days in
Mr. and Mrs. Hart Richoy, of Flor
ence. are visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. R.
Mr. G. W. 1ill of Florence is spend
ing several days here visiting friends
Mr. J. II. Sullivan spent the week
end in Greenwood with his sister,
Mrs. J. 'F]. Buirnside.
Mrs. Lamar Smith and children
spent last week in Spartanburg at
tending the music festival.
!Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Fould and daugh
ter of Columbia, spent Sunday with
Mrs. Fould's brother, Mr. Lloyd Higbe.
Mrs. Lizzio Massey left Saturday
morning for Birmingham, Ala., where
she will visit her nephew for some
Mr. Hal Moorman, who has been
living in the lower part of the state
is in Laurens visiting relatives for a
Mr. Hyman Snolomon. of Baltimore,
arrived in Laurens last week to as
sist his brother, Mr. 'W, Solomon in
hit; jewelry store.
Mrs. W. D. Ferguson left Saturday
for Lynchburg, Va., where she will
visit her friend, Mrs. Lochridge, who
has been very ill.
'Miss Lola Riddle, of Athens, Ga.,
spent several lays of last week with
her brother, Mr. M. A. Riddle, a few
miles from the city.
-Dr. and Mrs. Clifton Jones are at
tending the Shriner convention in At
lanta this week, having gone through
the country by auto.
Rev. W. I. Minter, of Lincolnton,
N. 'C., spent the week-end in' the city
with his brother, Mr. E. P. linter, and
sister, Mirs. N. 13. Dial.
Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Tatum are ex
pected in the city the latter part of
the week to visit Mrs. ''atum's par
cnts, Mir. and Mmrs. J. P. Bolt.
Misses Flori'de Ilarper and Annette
Stover spent Sunday in Ninely Six, go
ing over by automobile with MAis: liar
per's sister and retu'ning on the ev
S('liOLA RSlil P and lIN TitIN('E
The examination for the award of
Vacant scholarships in Winthrop Col
lego. and for the admission of new
students will be held at the county
Court House on Friday, July 3, at 9
n. m. Applicants must plot be less
than sixteen ye< 's of 'age. When
Scholarships ar'e v can after' July 31
they will be awvard Id~ those making
the highest averag~ ~this e:Kamina
tion, prmovided they jieet the condI
tions governing th~ award. ApplI
cants for Scholarships should write to
President JTohnson before the exam
Ination for Scholarship exaim ination
Scholarships are wvorth $100 and
freo tuition. The next session will
open September 16, 1914. For further
Information and catalogue, address
Pros. D). B. Johnson, Rock Hill, S. C.
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NURSES MEET IN
Pleasant and ProlltaLde Annual Meet.
lug Held in this City last Week. MIss
Irby Elected President.
Tho South'Carolina Nurses associa
tion closed their annual meeting
Thursday afternoon after a very
pleasant and profitable session. The
closing session was marked by the
election of officers, the selection of
Greenville as the next meeting place
and the passing of suitable resolutions
- Miss Julia Irby, of this city, was so
lected president for the ensuing year,
Misses L. M. Davis and Arnette Ben
son, of-Columbia, vice presidents, Miss
Virginia Glibs, of Columbia, secretary
and Miss J. J. Bulow, of Charleston,
The following resolutions were
passed just before adjournment:
I. Resolved, That the Graduate
Nurses of S. C. give a heartfelt vote
of thanks-flrst to Miss Irby. and the
nurses who so ably assisted her In
making the 8th annual convention
such a marked success. Then to the
physicians and business men of the
city of Laurens and the ladies who ex
tended the hospitality of their homes;
and to all others who so generously
rendered their assistance.
II. Thanks are also (lue to the
ofilcers of the association who for
the pact year have rendered such
111. It is the desire of the Nurses
to go on record as endorsing the med
ical inspection of schools by physi
cians and school nurses as is practic
ed in large cities and other commun
IV. The nurses recommend the es
tablishment of a system of instructing
visiting nurses throughout the state.
Besides the regular business ses
sions, the nurses were honoreri with
several social affairs while in the city.
Wednesday evening Miss Julia Irby en
tertained at a large reception in their
honor. Thursday a luncheon was ten
dered the visiting nurses at the home
of Airs. J. F. Bolt and this was great
ly enjoyed. Automobile and carriage
rides over the city also formed a
pleasant mode of entertainment while
they were here.
The nurses were a very pleasant
and apparently very ambitious vs well
as faithful body of young women and
made a deep impression upon all those
with whom they came in contact while
'iilDWE LiL SAI'S "NOT GUILTY".
Trial of 'ase Will legin Next Monday
Greenville, May i1.-George W. Tid
well, Sr., pleaded "not guilty" when
arranged today in the Court of Gen
eral Sessions on an indictment charg
ing him with the murder of R. Ilmmett
Walker on the 12th day of March In
the office of the Carolina Mill, this
city. Next Monday, May 18. was set
as the tentative .date of the trial after
the defense had asked that next Wed
nesday be chosen.
The bill of indictment against TidI
well was in the first batch of bil11s
handed to the grand jury this morn
ing by Bolicitor Proctor A. flonham to
be bassed upon and was in the first
batch of "true bills" reported by the
jury. Shortly after the indictment
was returned Tid~well wvas brought in
to court and placed in the prisoner's
/ridlwell stood firm as the indict
ment was r'ead to him and when
asked how he would plead answered
"not guilty" in a firm tone. Asked
how he would be tried he gave the
usual .answer: "By God and my, coun
try." The prisoner wais then carried
back to the county jail, wher'e he has
been confined since the day of the
Before Grand Jury.
The grand jury proceedings ar'e
behind closed doors and it is impos
sible to state what tr'anspired before
it. Ouly two witnesses were sent be:
fore that body, however, by the solicd
or, these being the two witnesses to
the tragic affair, J1. P. Cain, su pern
tendent of Carolina mill and A. A.
Roddoy, boss overseer at the same
Tt was deemed unnecessary by the
solicitor to sendc any ot her' witnesses
before the grand jury in order to se
cure the true bill.
Trial Next Week,
The defense asked that next Wed
nesday ho selected as the date of the
trial but after some argument Mon
day was entatively selected as lhe date.
It .Is possible, however, that the de
fense may later secure continuance
There Wps a fairly good-sized
cowd in the court room today when
court convened,.. Had the general
iiico any idea though that the de
fendant in one o fthe most sensa
tional murder cases in Greenville in
years, was to be arraigned today,, it
is'safe to say that the court rootn
would have been packed.
The interest in the trial is intense
and large crowds are expected to at.
tend ftart week. ~
Provide your hor
serviceable pieces of
home. Makes one r<
night. An easy pull
full sized, comfortabi
steel frame and sprin
Plenty of room for b
Bed section per
styles. All woodsan
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lIeport for 1913.191..
The Hlping IHand Circle of King's
Daughters, of Laurens, has forty-the
memb~ers. Our motto is "Boar ya one
another's t'urdenq". Four memabers
have been received since the last con,
venition. Our m'-itings are iel.l ee
a month and are opecned wvith devotion
al exercises. We have paid all of our
pledges for this year as followvs:
Florence Crittenden Home .. ..$ 6.00
St. Mlargaret's Home for Incura
bies .... .......... ...10.00
Door of Hope .. .... ........6.00
For the education of two Bible
women in China .. .... ...30.00
We also paid flve dlollars to the vol
We have had three patients in the
hospital, covering a period of ten
We sup~plied bed clothes, medicine
andl provisions for some needy pecople
in our midst.
At Christmas the Circle sent checks
to Thornwell, Connie Maxwell and( Ep
worth Orphanages. Also wvood to one
family in our town, a dinner to anoth
or, with stuffed stockings for the chil
dren, and a basket to anothier. We
have agreed to pay three dloliars per1
week for a few wveeks to aid in the
supplort of an old1 lady in the miii vl
lage of our town. We furnished a
rolling chair for an old crippled man.
We still clothe a little blind girl at
Cedar Springs. Mlany were remem
bored with floral offerings andl notes
of sympathy in times of sorrow. We
ar'e putting Bibles in the rooms of
0our county hospital. The Circle sub
sct'ibed for' six copies of "The Silver
Amount made during the year $178.88
Amount expended during year 156.18
Balance on hand .... .......$ 23.20
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A treatment of Electric Blitters in
creases your appetite; St'PS i'ndiges- '
tion; you can eat everytyng. A teal
spring tonic for liver, kidney and'
stomach tl'oublda. ' eansee ydur
whole system anti ?Wfel fhie. Elec
tric Bitters did mot for Mr. T. D.
Peeble's stomach trbbles than any
medicine he ever tried. Get a bottle
today .609 and $1.0. at your druggist.
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rye with a Kroehler Bed Davei
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e bed, with separate removal
gs. (You don't sleep on the
adding within folded Bed un
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d finishes; all upholsterings
or least money.
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3se beautiful goods to select f
see our display of Davenports
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mnd the Davenport is instantl
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all prices. Our immense
rom at prices lower than ever
;, Divans, Couches and Park
Whereas illie E.Jones a dyn
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dreds of handsome
business enables us
offered in the State.
JTones de0ceased, that. they be andl( ap
pear before me, in the Court of Pro
bate, to be held( at jLaul0fren Court
llouse, Laurens, S. C. on the 26th day
of May, 1p)14 next, after publica-tton
hereof,, at .11 o'clock in the forenoor,
toshow cause, f any they have, why
(Given under my hand this 11th day
cf May Anuno D~ominl 191..
0. 0. Thompson,
J. P. L. C.
sat Sermon to Men.
of Mo., will direct