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Subscrption Pri'e Is $1.00 Per. Year
Payabl u In Aance.
M1VER11I'SEl PR!NTII.N COM
Laurens, S. C.
Miluie- net an! l Taks: One
'A lt :i a t - i2 t LaarensItz,
U., a! s- -if elass wall matter.
101l'111ENS, S. M1AR CH W3, 198.
W.\A AS''- i 'it'ly t.\.Mi'8.
W 'i: '1 .: 'l O lV I e i;ay ocetIr
dn . n 1u o the govern
of v" v1"ar. but a
v911 nspecto of
ith Vi Ih nI ' w' an~y i p -
U -:. c na- have l'('eni
pan 4 v rkeceptacles" for.
:' %. . whichi i.;
1 anot'il her for unwdible
t '' '19i A'l been'c lailten.
Th mn hfhen a I
k. ;I p \' e h
l. runs hgh
lt of d1ble waste af
m-any of over (wo
- 1 colsidered nll\cs'
Th.; ;1I V I '' I .-~ r' "0 "N:c'
n I .
A WO 1
i1% Al Iw
it Th i:: I-0
- ;' '
Y d ub I t' \A I i ll:c
init s li erv IA for c ih i n al
at- Plt' ) nonIlb .n Te state
Yh w : lhe '.'orh 11. A'' se ta-'
in V1s inc he~ .AAnn~IA anld Awho, cani be
'('il .9.9inW- A\-1.(A. Uleas0e. flis
11h' i :'cvity o f thec lpeole do not wanit
Em. Thatc w ~a.- demonsfr;t catd ing 1oI9110,
tihen IA n'41- defeatede by~ (cov. .\anc
.-; m 'er- not oly, cukewa rma to
"5.2d hch9, but Ito.;iltely antl;gOnis'tic.
(., 2fork1eA. The~'Lc cin c 1 c0 lurton to ii'
<keihdedc by thIe v'oters' iis, Who is the
bes tian for lthe iclace, B".'' Tian,
V-'. Di ) l, cx' 4o0 . tleam or an II)y oneC 0f
numeri:Ions ot hcer? i'GN-Gocv. Mlea se may
be c-ounfted oat. Spi-nliation. w ih tile
pre(sent efltr'ies, rest on AA T ian and
I ~al. 'IThe lace has not, dhe veloped far
onough 'ill e ct to tell of the' relatIive
df rengt h of t hcese t wo, but somiebody's
iuneasy in Wasin~lgtoni.
Pain Gives Warning.
The nerFvous system is our life-say
ing service and every time a nerve
aches or quivers in pain it is a lhess
ing in disgulise. TPhe first hit of tooth
tiebe wiarns y'ou that diseaise germyn are
attncking Its structure. An achie in the
head is notiee that somiething Is wrong
somewheitre and1 not aiwaiysi is it in the
head itself. Pain is not nature's meth
od of punilshmenC~t, It is hier way of
warning. When you feel pain don't
mnerely try to allay it, seek out its rea?
aman nand stop thnt.
DeO Dolt, whose husband had lived
elsewhere for about eight years. Mr.
Stoddard had been living near them
but had recently moved about half a
itle away. The relationship 11had
been pleasant between the two faim
ilieos, his siater having married a son
of Mir. Stoddard. lie --aid heifIrst, heard
othe 4uestionable relationship be
:weI -n lhi sistor and the deceased the
n4;ight beiIfor%-e when he wias (Iqld of it
by \r. Stoddard's son, Dennis Stod
r:ird. Its brother-in-la w. l1e said Ite
lefl h0m1v onl the lm4ornin144 g of the shoot
in;intending" t~o go to .11r. Thomlpsonl's
'iere :nd e''ried IIs gunt along be
(i' -oe he was a irade up between
them. As he reached the pasitue he
decided to go down lear I0he woods
4h'4 v. hich his iserwa expected
to (()mle to find out for himself about
v0;M It( had lieard. 11v siat there for
- bil mid l:ter Maw r. Stoddard
Sfromt the hilsbes and look up
iai!i asw. it' expueling soineoelc.
irte4efd this th ree t jimes and soon
Bll 1 ppe:a'ed. lit' Ie arid hem1
I p ald .\!. Stoddard said sme1
h isaki.e ig Denrnis uinder
uni4 not to wt chl him. Ile hevard
othtrIa -day ''T'm on(11" and they
-I!-' thronl> Ihe woods. 1I1 enlled
\'t~ do' thL mean ?" Mr.
tii 'tird litu-t d arol d and said "I'll
! :1 .oI to 1, dcrr 1 a dlt how to w Iatch
II " and e(iached dovwn as it' to get 1
:,n!I (1r 4ele other instrumentIl. nhlere
t-w. hec shot h1i'l1 . T'I . ilef-l 1dan ild
o I' thiat h shot it d(in i Io i life.
T', .1! (!-n1n drenicd that hle wentl Ili
' -)n'0 Wit h t'h intention ol shoot
S 'mi m-. '4 i1V::n I ()f of t de
1 4 4!. ' hho 4t -d that he wenlt, ol
1: 4utna nrains IIhis wites, told of
h:dicoveryi of till1 inlimney between
ho decease, d and .\Bs olt. how hel
1:41 irimlit r41 d wHh his falther and
n.. .. . 11 r ,111urdeit of il 1t14
h r the 1:iin . Mrt.% Dh(, Bolt
r on laZ :-I.and and 4 xposedr the(
it ilOl.s w (hich w1re conduledA
-if)t her testillmny for about
for i he 71 sfto t . s e
n -dth lwy of* her brotheri
ho.iohlt whenl c infrontl
h -.,l' ihny :: t, cor)oners'i
het w4iiii4tf l'ing, h hwit
ity : 1widr d and .aid
ddu* I-t'luelb''r. that :,he wasv
h11- ln le tinel of thll iininest and.f
1.11;mrlble for what Alw 'said.
riato was a1lpparently
T .A nit pn. of a111 t h4'e wit
Ill for the proweem1 ionl 1)1and
1i dfns, was Ih4t lv di441nd
aN rm)(! ' repu at ion for IwavI
r. I n ib . o d In ih
:211..(11. rac2. v r.:14.4
' - l i f Ira d
In v ! ; 44 n 11 hIi
\\ 11 in Park41, 3: 11 1 : o l bai'4 4ttr
11,7l1ame:- Wortmen. m rd rn 1nd t'( ar-4.
.11. 114( 1\i 114i- . 1oatu (''(rohihi
ii (d'. Hb . la 'm fprhb in
l li int n I0 Prse t114 .
\\" (ile 4(;b4 n (' reak1 of tr'.it
.\lrs i)It(4I' 114(mbree, owing anudg o -
ring41 hiawd~l y houi'Solo. o
'isoy ad !,nhispmdon th of4113 proert
unde)1 'r len. d fr 110 (04401
Itlal4e4.4 of Iouthi 1arol1n'.
Final0' 1 resnment ofin Grand, i .luryto
(71'i1( Honor (ll~the Presiding tJudgp'e: '
pi' ouihs bytte foe violtingithor. w
We aroe Itjinfe ta ~t am inwrove
m'ene'teae tonteplatedg by rthd Su4per
visor' ads be n 1)1 ttheofounty how
laht kinmates,' which menacts the a
Wae ingto ren~e ting ancomedo
aries arretilne r volatg th at
\Wt autoiedt oplease thatrm
Itl nreference to tlngy rta anpe
visor hae efe, aut in ofer bynlte
Isaw int aelaw bratn anofie eo
'te authelorizned l4' ofier se tht
iort wh4Iichi we w.ill give dute contidi
It is of interest, to thet whole p~eopleI
of oun' conny thnat a newv -nil hain tob
HURDETTE CASE IN
COUtSE OF TRIAL NOW
May Reach Jury This Morning. Two
Addresses haie neen Made.
iI a fltulet aid unaffected nIaniir
b'obert lurdltte, son of J. C. Burdett,
of Dials townZishiii, told yesterday on
tile wilikeas tand, of the circliustanc
es which ilead up to IlI isi hooting of I).
0. St oddard ne:t his home oi July
:M of i.st year and the story of he
nlotino ie. . The cOtirt rooln was
irly v ll filled all day, (lhe crowd
I ' ing coimpon(w t exCilsivel.. of m1enl.
:I te exrception olr a few relative.s
c ^ 1-iniials iII the tragedy. The
ailuny, whichl at. intervals was of
1 niorbjid chiala-uer, did not attr-act
I'inisual nlotice andl thet crowd satl.
I htrouglollt it' trial with little s h w
, i 4 . There was absent the at
w'-lhlrte . tensnlles's which so often
. ils of' 11hiS charneter.
!4 f 'I o intilac, of lthe Ie
t and the defendalit's "ister, Ihfe
t i 'very o1 it by Ihe defendaill andI
th sf:.t it hott ing cane out in
(-wnlicillitu tes tinlonly which wvas coml
Iqtd ifsh iarllty - tenig leches i
we!'i, mhde by olle counsel of each sill'
n!! n t t jury w lt'y N 'tocked up1)
n Ne J.: romto aai t it h re-oln
er court thi:u mlorn4ing whenl thle
l'O:'t: i h continued.
T*)e Itrstin tiety of tle w i is for
he!f stao 1r:,n alng the santle uencral
ninn 11 u:nsb ed in large part of elo
by differen t witnesses wI ith
he d. E:n! :)lncdiiately afler thll
.'hn "loddard, bIrother of thet
. I. \i t t Ted that Iin r isp ni t o1
S1 a i h) why he killed hli-t ;
toher). ihe defendlantl said "HenuCLIm
Qan hatve been going wronn and I
id ' ! , I, -;to, to it.' i. .
uier l. U o a !iv d o th se ''
h iwo r y , % nj " ie a f te rl u th e k i'.! Pn
S emld ' h' ' e n\. r. !i0ion refoerrd
. Soddard, that
slo):.*.;d thtn 1m.:ition of 0he
1 :t inl:.( d and that the
! h e'-.$ t$ lm was about 11
I~ndetein relating wn
- ind n~s wo thos kiiint., vaiol
S i'i ti1 Il.wsi,; SonAi
nc downI as itf
1it. nff 't'I I l < h r weapo ,
1.11ftCS, I ~i I ' i .1' I h of co tur I :
t nl c. t ! o Indan w ollt wel n.
na . hoig s h . leIi
ho c n. bIp Wif. A. i'
\~ti S n th-11'e rngi vy i rsen -
!i',tjl h t I .t nIl -d flllf h i e n
.11 I. otdr O Y utit' III- )wtoi .
11115, . ot. ::lw -2tm-, I
For ~ile -I l~rihl tlil nil ItOs in -i
d1 u'iiItl ant.a n rgin, hefore par
6:01 .o -:: in ' s 1 --d
n htr. \lr.l'g. \'.n .myninS. . te
1 tft seting Mr.15 linihir hadefd
Id d lng Ir lhe oatis Of ith'. .ihoole
1a't i retin an h:t h~~ty eaytbl Ini
easy Ialenths. Lw Intest ate,
511 -1 fIIt! it. whroui w<Itsha t
hii'iOVe oul;dr fley. ('n.o the
ndl' to L owlti O t'-I.'n:1 aflil cIty
an han'. easnable e1xphen-!ro
(tefI promtly.k al hi 'rdr .\t~e
dony .n h2:r. To-l.eni .(; t
Agol Wotan Dead. Ura Carrier EXnnt..
Mrs. Firances Terry, widow of the 're United Sta Civil Sorvice Coln
late B .F. Terry, died at the home 9f mission has announoed an examinatin
her son, 1Mr. John D. Terry, in Dials for the county of Laurens, S. C., to be
township, Tuesday at 3 o'clock, and held at Laurens on April 13th, to 1111
was buried the following day at Mt. the Position or rural carrier at Lan
Pleasant church, o vyhich she had ford Station al vaccs that May
been a member for many years. Mrs. later occur on rural routes from oth
Terry was In her 92nd year and had. or post offices In the above-mentioned
been in feeble health for some time. county. The examination will be 01
Death was duo to ureamic poison. and en only to male citiens who aro ac
other complications incident to ad- tually (Iomliiled Ili the territory of i
v'anchin age. The funeral services lost. olice in the comnty and who meet
were, conducted by hev. L. 1). .Uass. the other resuirement4 set forth In
Mr3. Terry was the last member of porni \O. 1977. Tis-form and aPI
her family and si survived by two catiola may 1) obtained from
sons, Messrs. \W. L. and John .D. Terry. the olle lltionel above or from
-- the United Stateli CiVil Service Corn1
Complete line of good Window nuussl~ n at Wasington, I. 1. - Apili
Shades, all colors and Sizes, prices a t
right. Colission at WaShington the
S. M. & E. 1-1. -Wilkces & Co. earliest a eral (leate.
The name "Maxwell" in the auto
mobile world has long stood for max
imum efficiency, small upkeecp ex
pense and smallagasoline consump
tion. The new Maxweila, now on t
the market, not only have kept abreast
of past standards but have even sur
passed them. In power, durability
and artistic lines they are not sur
passed by any car within their class.
laThe beauty, the roominess, the
comfort, of the latest Maxwell is ob
vious. s easy riding itihes its
ease of pertion, a e unality of
its equo ment, is s determined frt
investt athcn mtrial.
G in uch with us---investiga-L
Co p it with any car inder
$mis -and try the car out on the
road. That is the only way to pass
judgment on the Maxwell, atW it was
built for highway, not show room ef
ficiencya The Maxwell is mechani
cally effici.n c s u
pene nor shone for a demonstration
or come in person. We hav a
thecarse~o on hadno etadyas
passedthem dnepoer. uablt
Ladures M oestoe re Car sur
r ased Dolly ar withi Cani class
coforty ofthW atstM xeli b
viou. .seas ridng Thes Wits
itsK eq~mnthsatdtr ido
inet ation d tral.tsf
---canog pa wismltywith an c~ruunydera
Ws$1,00 Thi-andca try thecaus oft fornte
.~ u mrs Ta aranem th at onanly bringpss
jus--adgmentugh the Migi a kingl andi wsln
abatilow forighaoeho.oo f
hm rWits O phone oadmo nstrtio
dikkrsJs Re ive perso. PWei haverboo
Skitsfor $400ad on5an.no0rad
built, which will. give a decent placo
'for the pilsoiers confined therein, to
stay. . Th6 present jail has been re
Pdrted by this body on more than one
occasion, tind iI its opiion, is very
unhealthy and unlsaniltary
'I'lis being the first term, of the
court for til year, we have not had
oplorstinity of looking into the affairsi
of public Interest and matters per
taining to tie welfare oi' our county,
but have appointed the 11llowing com
mittees which will repot to this body
,t antotier term of this court; th'elr
report will be incorporated in our
tPr'esen li tment to thi.; court, at 'I late:
The Following commfiittoos have b)een
Oin county ollicrs; .1. U. Cook, J. L.
On elools: G. I. Davidson, S. It.
Nscon. J. II. Leopard. 11. N. Carter,
.1. Scot. i i ggins, ,. J. Nabors.
(It road. and b'rildges: P". T. Wood
iT. .1. J. IBrownlee. .1. N. Eilledge, 1.
0. Ray. John liarnett. T. 11. Soutih.
(it coilnty h1omt1e. jail, claini ga1ng
anl public buildings: V. F. Snow, E.
W. I'aIton, WV. i. .ahot.
In conclsion w e woid express to
tile Presiding .Judge and the oillceri's
of th l ollrt our thanks for Coul rtesies
'xtentled to us. All of which is most
respe;It hillly tubml,
S. N\I. I LK 10S.
Fot'Cirlemn of (1rand .111ry.
MU4. MA 1iT1i-: S.AND E11S.
Di ld at the ilome of -1er lhinghler it i
I.onx Ih1i'u clh Sr(-Ubt Ilist Week.
.\lr.. M.atile Funders, wife of ). M.
S-i i eri'. of tile Tyler ville sc ellon,
died at the home of lit'i dallgiletr. .\irs.
'. A. Owens, in the Long Branch coin
nitntttity .Monday of last week after a
brief iliness of PIie'iotia. She hal(d
leen vi:sitiig thliere for some time at
tiilding the sick of tihe family when
::h ain'cam ill hhersel. The buina
srvices were held at Iocly Springs
church Tutesday afterilool.
.\rs. '-an11lors. ,.who was a woman
lu lovcd inl ier community. is
sttrvi by her husband and the fol
lowinlv childreni: C. C. Sander.;. Greenl
w'ood: .1. I. Sanders, Clinton, tote I:
Rloy and .\arvin Sanders: .\rs. C. A.
i Mr:\lrs. Peril Cole. of I'orl Motte,
andwla 1I1.zzie Chianey. of Laulrens
11IiSE: 11'11NED VEI-:TH 110.
The fra- i' inlt of .\r. lood
Temphi~l tonl.' llear th10 \\alis .\ills. ,.
totiydv.:4royevd by firl0 e, yesteday
morning shortly hefie ioiot. \\'Ien
the fir de1,( partmenvit arrived, thev fhuurle
luu1 )revinlv gottein util'r hull lteat'r
'.a y antd little could he (onte to save
Ih: 1 ihding. /Po e of tie furnitue
ho,'v r. \:s1r-tmoved and savod. TIh,
fire ori.-inated in the kitchen roof
:t1I was tlouiglit to) have lieen 4nw :'
a defeclive flue.
Death1 of Mrs. 3loldie letcher.
.\r . .\ollip Fletche, m1otheri of .\lr.
! '. IFlet ler, died yestrday iorning
eal wr-:vieis laid nt bteen arriantged
l:tsi itht on iei'ott of the abisence
if Air'. Flit clier. Airt. F"eelther' was re
'(nitt IV ran'ifei'redt lto the' .\iider'son
ousliei o' the inlsuratnte company which
he ' tesenit antd was out of his of
flee ye:;tert'day visitinag branch agen
rin': aid conserIiet'ily the family was
tnab~le to get in toneht withi him either'
b~y tt'hi'raphl or' tilephuone.
And Even fc
The New \
Yes, it is true that 3
ble Waist for a sum as I<
arrangement we have wi
us the new, wanted st~
costs---permits of their s
New Ladies' Slippers an