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tenabbI Ih' lotenio that I
amvend-n conent l: h oat ' moth(it
V (In'114, 1' he J'n rt a mioll lit
11. 1a(rd *tth last So i p oi~ (f Ih
Genetil Ao~a l ihe il ) thle
erbS ('m 'the s eal $ill 1-1 thie
Stao lt.'il Si it ut i 'on ' f."udg
Ti ma" d . sof Sp, h i
iuan ih 1. f i- hisy ~4directs ThI or I St
oF. a ih ... of probate f.
lhce if on !'a lelford, a cil i' of i n
ter Cofni he 'l case It wil .p a
ed qo Y!.:,%: -uprerwe ('1e !-y Mtr.
(Inilcfardson. M. chrdo
Alarch 1 e Iti yr Si letonl
frdf~ T r een d the prc : , tlionl
of a rt.) -.1)Im ' hysician1 to .th of
1'robat. Ili(cha:'dSonl at. thle latter's of
ice inll ir eq etn h issul
an~ce of a 1; l ii for thIe imurcha se of a
car of wh. Iiskey. Mir. 4Richardsonl
ref's4cd tle l. rmit . con tending that
tle 'mfnll d1-:0 to t le "Quari a
Monfh" Act is ino istllitional Il I wo
particul'ars: F al . in 1h:11 a new
er'ime, Tha o " iof 'Igt" jcopard
izng th offho and l ilwrty of thle
juldge (Il proba- - irrated. Whl-ich
crim a nt sIf 'i i 1t to lhe
act. h mn- und thle Con
Slitut ;, d: - ' . I; 4owers not
con 'ln fed int Ie Con ilution are
deovolled n he aI e t 1of III judge of
jroba '. Mr. !lfOd (l'"eared hc
for+' Judre Sea-, at chamobersI
S pa ' i " rg on 7Iar It 2:". in man
dann' procuedinl I' cttlompil the is
Sian', of wt . 11 was repre
sentd ( li. : N. Sa Tp. asshitant
Attorney Cencral. an(] Saitor Charl
ton lFiurant, of Clarendon County, he
Caluse an act of the legislatuire was
cont (s ted, and ). S. 1lenderson, Elsq..
of ith Aiken har, appeared for MI.
Richardson. The suit is a friendly
one to test the constitutionality of ithe
"This cause." says the opinion of
.ludge Sease, "came on for a hearing
before me at chambers on the 23rd day
of March, 1918, by way of an appeatl
from an order of Thomas P". Richard
son, Jiudg of probate foir Simter couln
ty, itfusing to issiue a permit to Sin)
gleton Oradford, a citizen of Sun
Countv. to receive alcoholic liquors 1II
der the s f 'an aCt to ameilnd si-c
lion n14 of aii aIct to r'alate t ship
I will I
out at abou
Plenty of ha
n:anad hoveragesq, and to
Penaltie; lr~ violation th'ereof, ap
par1ed libhr'iry 21., 1917, further reg
a I int I the issuIu ,I e o v f IperI-IIIts,.ap)
proved tlt 11 \h day of February. 1Nis.
a d fit I,. by way or a petition for
nituanuson behalf of Singleton
I1 r. t 11iuiia the judge of pro
I' e 0.4 S6u161 r Comity to i lksie
!"1' in I f) t transpiort in1to South ('aro
nan th alo :1:jI( litllors specilled inl
I h 1 d I :l s i1h w1s, 1)reSnt(IIed it)
"Ill '!:o order~l refuingim thle perIit
iohe .il of piobalte admtits the alle
66 iwL. c1 leled in the al1idar i .
ill ; o!it ionr and diisthat all re
rn of law uIldel Ilthe act have
been eenipli5 d wi by1141( t ion r,
.'it rel'Ised to issue h111 pernil for lit
' Mi a.t tle act i11 4lutestion is unl
A .AF-'E Ti:ST.
i'r I I e wvho 1re ill need o1 .
velild fo r l(idn1ey troub11e1; and11 back
.1ch4, it ;s a good plan to try I)oanl's
Kidney I 'il Is. They are S1 6tongly
reCOMIP('IIded bly laIttirens" peopki.
\\. I'. Shealy, salesinn. 12; .
\lain St., baitrenls, says: "fiy hai
was in bad shape and it i9Irt Ie so
hadly I could hardly gel unid. Vhen*1
I w\as advised to,I use I an's Kidney
Pills. I did and ont.' boxt61ve tile t'eall
. V l T1.E %1. 1.8. le A ~ l \r
1h1ea ly slidI: "\l\'oer I have noliced
nyi h t:H LII altacks of backavle froni
stola i too i11n h, I have sed Doln''
Kidney v il anld they ha'tvv ee
fa i'd ; o "ive Nle pr1olllt relilf. I
k 6 1 1 :O in the hloISe all n' .
P:i . ' ? '1 al dellersK. Don't sim
p1 l1 a. forI a k i dn11 lem, ll edy-- el
S I * ' Kidney Pill.--the same that
.'Ir. Shef aly has ;wice publicly rec'(oml
men,1ded1. oster-.\lilburn'l Co.,.-rp.
Report 11 6Wlaurenls City J1111
Visit'd March -1, I 118, by Secetary
.ohn.one and Assistant Secretary
Iroyles, with Mayor-elect Babb.
The Laurens city jail consists of
four cells, each about 6 x 7 1-2 x 15
feet in size. The evlls open on a cor
ridor running east and west, the cells
facing norti. The en( cell on the
wlst is used for a coal storage bin,
llaving three for use. There were no
risoners at the time of (tnr visit, but
we were told 11111 as many as 16 peo
Ide had beeln confined there at one
Tlhe cells are etiuipped with excel
lent bunks, but they are dark and
:11i1. Id h ly ventilation I
h he froilt door. and trans1om .
'"1 . 1 c l. To ad:i air- to th11e (or
ri-ar it is neceSar to leavl' the re1ar
of them fresh.
on hand some t'
t cost and exper
~ges will arrive
trness on hand.
door opei, tius mlaking it easy for
CoIfederates to Columitilcate with
1 ilSoitVers, Or evel to give tleni wea
pIRs. Thie solid woodeni door shotild
be stlippliited by barred iron doors.
Th1e jail has one toilet, btt it is oin
thle oo itI sidte of tile corridor froni
lhe (ills and was out of .x and
tlailed III) whent we visited the place.
Wheln lie tiew col lty jail is built,
we reconnendllil that arirangetients b"
10 1 t I llow ily prisoiiers' to be
1di' 'ited there, and do awity with the
,' vlar locki-tip now inl tse, Pend..
I lI sitch i'ientis, VC suggest
th1,t thw cells he. tiloroul;1y scoured
Iunrifliilg:.a1,. 1n)d I then whitewabed
It the eiling, it make Iheit both
clea111r aniid l ighltr. lIiscai all gutillis
anal l s I SeS, uising blantkets antI
SI raw licks, which may bw washid
Itiien iltly. Giv etiath ne prisoler
(-Ltaan b"akets, k e i t a supply
-lsi i tle rear of 1le cells is a
ro*'n ii.a5 police heaithiliarters. In
to this nwin, froinl the rear of each
cell, tnt and ;ectarely bar a window.
to almit o1 ross ventilation. Tliis
wjill no on) vly improv0e health 'condi
iols in lit .ail, but wi ll eiable the
tolice and liremliien to liear conveIsa
tilo s ill te eelIs.
State l'mai of Clarities andI Cor
Albert S. .onoe
1h) Y ou Sleep Well!i
To b., at hi.s best; a Inmn ruu1st have
Soinid rereini sheip. Whlen wake
til and reiless at nighl It is ll ilt
condition nmr work mr bu1sincs. dur1
ing'. 1thv day Va kv IlneItss is oftenl
causi b inuesionand conslip;a
tion. is mlickly relie.ved by Chain
blatiin Tidils. Try a dts ot liese I
tableis and ,e.v lw muchi better you
teel with a clear head and too d diges
* * ,* * **. *****e * *
RAIWN Ni -;WS.
Rabtinn, A 1)ri 8. -u ring the last
Ithree days hreie coloretd, people have
died, one Very old woman, one young
woman and onIe young lman.
Misses Alken and 'loore, ftie Ilen
der5(tSonville teaniers, had the Imisfor
tWie of badly burning Ieir hands last
w'eek and will not leach school this
Tle farllers are fearly rvady to
Itlant cottoln seed.
The. sitk i I us tonnanitia y ait.
ival of cows tod
velve o I en
ises; on &~to suit
Miss 1dia Owens spent last week
with her sister, 'Mrs. Claude Wasson
\liss Cora iiLague was the visitor
1 .\" Mks Alliic, Ilaldwin Tuesday.
Mirs. If. iH. lalhon, and lrs. Sloan
\ah o ll, visited Mr. and .\lls. John
\\'uff of Shilloh svecion \\.edniesdaly.
I \lr, lIwebca Owens spent several
dly!s last week w\-ilh herl brothecr, .\ll..
;4(loinlon .\ahaffey of EIdden Section,
oill ilas been very sie'S:.
.\irs. iFlorence laeagite, .\ISS Cora
l d'eI' and brotlhers Were inl laurens
\r. and \il*s. 1leln Owens of (.ray
oilut. visited Mr. and ..\Mrs. T. If. Uanbb
.\lessrs T. P. Babb n111(1 Smith Afar
in. .lMisses Aille and "Mary Dabb were
s'hopjng in Iarens Saturday even
\Mr. and Al rs. ,a ngdon Brooks of
1iray Court, Spent S.u nday with .l r.
and .\lrs. lion H abb.
Miss Allivie Baldwin, .\lessrs. rel
ton Roper and Prank Abercrombie, of
!'iekory Taverin were visitors of .\liSS
('o;a 1,eag tie Sunday.
11,11 \T1 T11 U'SE T0
1-n'ensva inople shlould. know Simple
hu'll horn hi-1 ark, rvilypt-inle. etc., as
in\d in .\dler-i-ka,..lshes the --
TI I.: howel trac I6 comletely tha1mI
aIppldicifit is is / prevented. ONIE
S l'))N 4'-1, .\<.i r-i-ka relieves ANY
' \S.ol' Sr sto a1. gas or consijla
l ion he'anui it'reimUoves ALi, loul mat
'er whIii( cloged and)41 poisolled voul
system. The INSTANT action sur
ris'es lothIi doclors and patients. The
l': reka Irhug Co.
NATIVE OF01 CROSS 11 lii,1) IS.
11'. T. e1t.london Passes Away In
Florbia If onme.
.\Ir. .\\. T. .\cLendonl, whosei homle
was forircuIv at Cross 11111, and who
is well known to fite people of this
Collilty, died a'1 his home in Alchua,
wla., yedforday atiternoon. A 'lele
graimu to this effect has been received
by Dr. .J. 11. Owens, who is a near Iel
alive of the deceased.
Alr. Alf'\el(don was sixty years old.
and has lived in Florida since le left
his home at C'ross Iill thirty years
ago. le married in Florida, and
leaves a wile and three children.
The body will be Shipped to Cross
IHill tomorrow. and the ful no ;eal ser
Viees will he hel( tomorrow afternoon.
IHsilles his bereaved faimily . \r. Me
Ilmlon leaves a large number oI''
f'riinlds and acquaillntances in this
Iltilly who were leIlly affe' dit by
ti ivws f his dealh.- 1 1ir 1e .vmnhd in
fresh mules anm
both rubber an<
After Easter Comes Housecleaning
Determine now what Carp ts, Rugs, LinenBlinds,
Lace Curtains, Draperie , Covers, ete., you will
want cleansed, freshene and r ished by our
"Is Always Safest and Best"
O W E N BROS. MARBLE
& GRANITE CO.
MANUF C- !ERlS
Dpeaicp/ 1 everything for the cerne
The largest nd best equipped mon
umental mills in the Carolinas.
GREENWOOD, . - S. C.
RALEIGH, - - - N. C.
WANTED TO BUY BAGS
All Kinds of S cond Hand B s
Such as those ihat Ave been used
for corn, oats,/ rwfo cotton seed meal,
chicken feed, etc. Will buy fertilizer
sacks if they are washed and in good
Laurens Gin & Fuel Co.
. This is a very fine lot of
I horses that I am closing
I steel tire, open and top.