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PRISON DE LUXE.
Wrongdoer's Iin Illinois' to Have
EACH CELL OUTSIDE ROOM.
Now Up to Dato Ponitontlary For Err
Ing Population of That State Will
Cost $3,600,000-Being Built on a
Tract of 2,193 Acres.
.Joliet, Ill.-1'rison cells de luxe-each
an outside room wih earefully waishej
aIr, glass roofs and all modern con
veniences-get your orders in early.
That is what the staite of Illinois is.
providing for its erring population. If
there is anything in modern penal ar
chitecture that has been overlooked
the authorities are anxious to know
what It Is.
Isach cell will lhe an outside one, lie
enuse the cell house.' are to be ilreu
lar In form. The new penitent inry Is
being built on a tract o' 2,193 acres
fourr miles tromh the present prison,
north west of .14l let. It Is to cost $3,
500,000. and the foundations of one
cell house iave Just been Id.
The lian contemphltes eight circular
cell houses am na centrial (inIng
hall, with whlie eah will be connect
ed byi a corridor. l'alt cell house Is to
be 150 feet In dihileter and to accom
modate 250 prlsoners. Every cell will
te an "ottshle" cell, and its window
will open on the walled in prison yard.
Its inner front will he glasseil in. mak
ing each cell a room.
in the center of tlhe cell house wIll
be nn observatiojn tower. In this a
guard constantly will be on watch.
Ferom his position nea r the center of
the tower lie will ie able to command
a view of every cell in the circular
building. lie will keep watch th rough
slits from n 411rkemne'd InterIor. nlnd the
prisoners will not. kniow which ones
atre tunder sus.pi'ion.
The roof fin the rell house will ble of
glass. A1n e!.sho'rnate ventilatting systenm
will be instio: ''l. The air will Ie
whshed atll 1l ultl. Siun.hine wvIll
reint ht ever.- 're:. Th'el winllows wv~ill
ha1ve sari'! k1n:1' t l l aIsle (if thec
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a:t 'In i t -.:: - +! i : li e l !: n t. ''(hen
dva.rlin- n .' I l 1assisEant
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LOST Il.N YIi;' iii AT FIRE.
After !e I u oii D o ster 'it on.
F1o11gli t Hd i tP t Life.
liin ni t111 n u . Y --.\ ti'r b ren
give u n 1 l- thirtnow : r ers. s1de.
tonl iin~.''ns 't 1 : +ome,. 1:01.. real es.
(:ate den!1':. It::". .---urtul ,o his mother.
.\lr. (' iliaSiin ens f Syrneruse.
linit onsl telb a1 rte onirl.:ble Story of
hi os o lin Inry resultinI froi the
alryifoi tirei tl Irst llnewaner
aoiwting pt hb linh grlley hen
mheniry bo ~ ot and hws pfonger
Afenry. Seac fetmonthsi Ya
h Mia rkcoered, Disovered.ipon
alndmarre. i.Ater he werc no sohe
rnelstt yeainss ine Krelatm, he
bod nof relsh Bonewos.t ah
vInc, resin pressure fo thebrinowa
fruotlur reetluea ltdon thelles
preacfor an oTeratsee atttwite and
stateoverlandi to gruheyrnlineds
memory~ wofehsmte and hiden forme
Afe a roueanhiof Sbveny-eightYere
A Marker was mDesforte.rve
eutt-eghtayeas forotn. -rlThves mar.
body ofa Ewa bron, bu.whe laef Nash
vdleo en., in 1838 made Idnica
p rsthe isn nese at vnthttmean
Otakte overl.an t oernaulninois
witthreeeas withoutseen cirng ant
diedeny rout, the fishnbodustry bur
bthe waysiretde. ~ rn yrso
but~n teploits was. ogt.en. Thegmar
bltola. was. kng was thendame and
dat fhg death som of3 hae ndeIhbor
ati reek andhcnght evnthreeo h
entythe ear wo itoeicn any dI
t- em beth cautht fduhing tndustrynor
thos lwh .Breated Womarnsg.rso
Msingo e.-itMrs. J. M.o ofn has
become. whn enhiastIate oe to
Waeii, eMltonMr. King was ntyednt
(ie o pin t hanoe ofi pather neghora
ata~bu tre adcaugh ree ulof he
tofti the rgote around he leg in
tha nmaner at adurangthre oing.
pacier.' when iiin tte oeo
WAlItlOR (ItlEEK NEWS,
* * * * * ge e , 0 . ...
The farom's are very busy now gath
ering the white staple, while the price
Minau Mittie Todd and Annie Lou
Little paid a visit to Miss Etti
Brownlee, Thursday evening.
Miss Carrie Fowle}' has returne(
from a pleasant visit to relatives in
Mr. Calvin Knight is right sick a
present. The health of the community
is otherwise very good.
Mrs. C. A. Jolley and children re
turned home Friday after a two weeks
stay with her mother.
The community was saddened on the
morning of the 19, by the death of Mrs
l rilla lBrownlee Burns, wife of W. F
burns, of Barksdale station. The fun.
oral services were attended the follow
ing day by a large circle of bereave.
friends. She was laid to rest in the
Warrior 'creek cemetery.
" 0 * " " " P " " tO "0
For the first time in seven weeks w<
had a good rain last week, and im siurn
it will do the late cotton good.
The farmers have been very bush
cutting their peavilnes.
Miss Sarah Saxon visited Miss Sallie
Wolff of Shiloh section Saturday am
Messrs. W. D. Owens and D. V
Knight were jurors at Laurens las
Mrs. S'tli J. Martin, Miss Alli
LBabb, and \rs. IT. Ii. Habb and chi
dren visited Mrs. C. V. 111pp and Mis:
Sue Gray of Eden section Tuesday.
Mr, and .\ rs. Frank Nash of .\Iern:
section visited dr. and .rs. 'lauds
Alle s \'era.lialdw'in and brother. .\1
ton were in iaurens \\'edniesma n
con bu iness.
. A r was in imi
.M r. W ill I olt an,l fai' ly ',1( r i" t
.\llione la bli,"in.
iiis illli 1 ill ~t'\iia ag :ig
I lll; I ll'.~ Il~tie (lVIit: . tiii~
FI heT'rail., Inls illi d \ th W undl
T l :.;.; t ilal : %: 1 1.hi 1 ti.. y 1un ;
: :'. ande, ;'ro'w'innr lh,'' v l - 11 ilipa
ifa ois \' l\n',:Ii i' i t ' 1 ('a",ii 111"(1I
til y aii' iV0i13'i drawi 1en nte for'O
I''Ida; . (1"3 '.inbe I:.i' nglinS I f'Oirthi ent
circu s is :> 0 a Ixhibit. aft(erInool t '1
ni I)t in ('r, on liiiic I-x iectincy nlie
ran, SO 1i11 before and it is likily ta
this disiiel will ;cend a largk dele-;;:
glttio eed teants, ieled gie'nnsu
intcre: t centers ar ound the iganii<
tpltelavle. "C'inderella r" with which tul
ing teiri whiherf00tii mai~ tent pr
e'fram ", cindeeloa tincdpr nabl h
hest lved of slleiral faes a iose
itroduced ith morteo tha cts0 am'
tirns, hunrdsvdning seucltelirlso thn<
oliedstoasekns naee vs inrom
corntmy cmatue of the amTe arla
nenwil come rae will tarvelacs eiou
dayrorning.oe o randanml
rdu.The majorsivty of the Satar
enatuiely, OcwtobAer ea, th ARngin
Iftong. haing scued bth back ofthosm
Euoean sourorerho an bes.
abligkeid toe enagmetrowtl
c our littlee iofte warTshall
nekw sn'et rad ge il tand actisho
natumrlyning. se ftog
Te atocus ivra boelsparanbrg
turdayevrh,Ostor ch4 sor rAtv
ba togr as coadhbrah dbahso
soechr oat, fclla oer cold givels.e
ivefl~l "CaliforniSyrup of Figs
andci--a fewsours al thea otn s)avei
aoisick unigted rroow. dori
getl yesouf t littl ou- iovahlf
wkithout grping,egn and hv acie
natrlly-o ,a restfea!see atif tovnu
itsre coails Tlanasues thet one
littesomlvr and bowel wetntestei<
cogged wth (warth. loven crsslerr
talte, fuvere, tonac fourl~l~, breail
badter on ah ottle.ah, ihh
sor'ehof f'untrfcld ive at teaup
oon"ful of'~ "ClfriSrup of F i
and' "inai few hours aly the c'' oni'ate
...o.isn Compstd oo any.u"bl
Arrow poit to w and proved windshield.
-Absolutely rain tight.
Wiclar and longer seats and deeper cushions, as
indicated by arrow.
MAXWELL Motor Cars are
improved windshield, 8t
springs, wider seats, deeper at
gasoline gauge, and other equa
To the generous value heretofore present
in the Maxwell product, these extra im
provements have now been added.
This is in line with the Maxwell policy-so
widely advertised-not to change the
Maxwell in any essential detail, but to
continue improving it so that it will
always be a standard, recognized product,
Constantly abreast of the best practces
of the industry. -
Notwithstanding the superlative and
sometimes confusing claims that are
made in behalf of various automobiles,
we restate our sincere conviction that
Maxwell Motor Cars offer more real value
Public Square Laui
ceived from the use of Thedford's Elack-Draught," writes
*Mrs. Sylvania WVoods, of C'ifton Mills, K(y.
* "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds,
*liver and stomach troubles, firmly believe Black-Draught
saved my little girl's life. \Vhen she had the measles,
*they went in on her, btn one good dose of Thedford's
*Black-Draught made ther break out, and she has had no
more trouble. I shall ver e.-.withouf.
In my home." For constipation, Indigestion, headache, dizzi- S
*ness, malaria, chills and fever, bi'lousness, and all similar
*alments, Thedford's Black-Draught has proved itself a safe, *
reliable, gentle'and valuae remedy.
If you suffer from any of these complaints, try Black..
* Draught. It Is a medicine of known merit. Seventy-fiveS
years of splendid success proves Its value. Good for
young and old. For same everywhere. Price 25 cents.
SThousands of Suffering Womien
261se medieine is garntedto do for YoU what it has done for others. It correts h irg
SiMfartie peculiar to wornen; tone.. strengthna and vitailize the womanly functions: restoree the ap.
1Pett dieere the complexion. and builds up the wated energies. Your money back 1f your are no
I eOted. (let It today. $1 at your dealers'. Your dealer will explain theguaranitee.
THACHERt MEDICINE CO.. CHATTANOOGA. TENN
fnstruzment board. showing gasoline gouge, electric
dashlit speedometer, electric starting
and gting plugs and ammeter.
Arrow shows old and new spring construction.
Neow springs much longer and more flexible.
now equipped with a new and
ill longer and more flexible
id softer cushions, dashlight,
ily important refinements.
per dollar than any other car in the
This too, is the belief of the thousands
and thousands of Maxwell owners. And
these beliefs are supported by actual and
tangible facts. We actually know that
.,within the entire history of the automo
bile business, no motor car-in any class
or at gny price- has equalled the Maxwell
dn"iflionest dollar-for-dollar v'alue.
And if you will examine a Naxwei, ride
in it, compare it with other cars, consider
its splendid record. reputation and L past
per formlances, you will kinow it.
Call or phone for a dmol nt; m.
R CAZ COMPANY
-ens, S. C. Phone 268
F a A. DE T/2 O/lT
ens If Desi red
OCfir !'u we wil reira/nln-Panif tony
('I i fli s of the estate' of .\iy~s. I',iscil.i ( '.\ 1l'er
iii 'h .0)1 ',1 l'oib:,I of i.:,n- Toi the hecirs of I renc Tlaylor' 11111
reus1 .1 1 (0nly, at ii C ek a. m., uno1 sutppiosed to be' some where in the State
on lii the sam( day w'll~ a ppiy for ai hna. of Ali~aama, whose nanes, ages and
di.w h~a ge from1 ourlt trls a ES 'xecui- addret(5se, are0 to thle plaint iffs un
tori's. known, and to the heirs of Greenberry
Any person indebted to saI-d estati Taylor, or his sons, John Taylor and
arie noti tied atmI rietiui retl to miake pay- .1 ames Tlay lor, or their helirs, all of
ment on that dale; antd all persons whose names, ages and addres'ses, are
having claims against said estate wilt to the plaint Ills unknown, hut. suppos0
prFesent thlemt onl or biefore said (late edci to be0 somewllher'e in the S'tate of
duly pi oven or be for'ever' hbarr'ed. Oklahoma; you will please take notico
.Johin Edwards, that the summitons and complaint in the
F1. F. Edwar'ds, above stated ease, beitng an action for
S - Exeutors. partition oif real estate of Miss .Jarecda
Scptemh*.ll 10.--1 mo. Taylor, deceasedl, wvas filedl in the offiee
of Clerk of Cour t for' Laurens County,
UNDERTAKING 'south Car'ouna, on september 26, 1916.'
KENNEDY BROS., "aplication; and If ary of you be in..
( ants or insane persons, you aehere..
hy reqiuired to apply unto the Court for
Undertakers and Embalmer. the appointment of a guardian ad litemn
Call anwerd ay hurs da ormist .to relt. -ient you In the above entitled
Cahlanaere an hous, ay v ~ action, within the time prescribed by -
StimtonsforIlelef.law, and if yau fail, applicatIon will be
Summns fr Reief.made unto the Court for a decree of
State of South Carolina, Partition of said land and the sale
County of Laur'ens. thereof.
Court of Common ol'leas. J. J. MeSwain,
Salile V. llranche tt, Vista Richey, e w.. Plaintiffs Attorney,
is ilichey, Mcli Richey, Miss Belle Attest:
Rlichey, Lyd Anderson, Janic Bell C. A. Power,
Scott, Hessic Linds~ay, Eppic Chanid- I Clerk or Court.
ler, W~'ilie Babb, Miss Lila Ander'son, ISept. 26, 1916.
Misa~ Janie Anderson, P'lainttffs 10-4t.
Miss Helen Anderson, Mi's. Irene TPay. Citation for Letters of Administration.
lot' 11i1li he heirs, whose nanmes and Thie State of South Carolina,
addr'esses are unknown, John Tay- County of Laur'ens.
lor, of his helm's, whose namnes and Fly O. 0. Thompson, Probate Judge:
addresses are unknown, andi James WH1ER10AS, D. C. Mcbaurin made
Taylor, or his heir's, whose names suit to me, to gt'ant him Letters of
ailnddr'sses are utnknowni, or to Adtministration of the Estate and ef
the heir. f Greenberry Tlaylot', their fects of Nannie M. Mcbaurin.
tinme z. 'd addresses being unkinown, .V TH ES~E ARE THEREFORE, to cite
defendants- andi admonish all and singular the
To the Deiendanits above named: la ndred and Creditors of the said Nan
Yout arc her'eby slummtoned andl re'- nie' ''. McLaurin deceased, that they
(irediii to aniswer' ther (compilaint in tis I. ami alpp. r her re me, in the Court
":on, of witch a copy is her'ewith of Probate, to be heid at. LaurenC~s Court
ser'vedl upon0 you, and to serve a copy of I l..ase, Laitrens, H. C., Oin the 7th day
youri answler 'lihe said complIainit on ci: ixtohet', 1916 next, afttrv publication
thle u bsc ribet' at is oni en 212i Ma..- hicof', at 11 o'c'->ck In athle forenoon,
onic 'temitle Iluilin tg ':-Otiville, S. C. ti' show' 0ause, itf any then have, why
vithin twenty d..ys a. eri the im "ICe ;ith' ,. Adiminst ration suouild not be
rof, e'tlus've of the day " ahI gra. -1.
e"vl e; and if y.ou tfail to anni . i s a0 .:' '.y h'ond im 23rd day
.itplai'n. with'n the timie ', r- :nid. nrf 9 !.t(.' . n amo ipit; .