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REMOVE ABNE) IS DE. imittee which solicited a ned cUross
MAND OF FEDERATION subscriltion from him were the chief
developments today in the Incident
Riere1selitath11s of en I lw hich a stird the state. r. Ab
Demand itemoval of Counsel. nIy baq isued no further statcnicnt.
The staitemnrt Issue~d by the comn
Columbia, May . of a1 mittee W1 ic ietle subserip
resoltitioi by Southern Itailway shops ,il of Mr. Abncy follows:
federaion, representin. 5f) railroad "We Called upin D. 4 Abacy, meet
meni, asking I]lhe remilova of D eni. L. I t the ct lanC Of the Caro
Abney as vilet' o ) t ilima National counnel on Mauy
crin lailway itn Hoitlih Carolina aind 1!1( l, in tle ll. . Rea iiwr, bc
pit hie lld Iion of 'I si ieae t by 1111.' coii - In g the stat ke a is, sad y: '1he, arc
ICatarrh of Throat.flo
Mi"a Amalie a.uzilka, 1449 SoutWob
16th St., Omaha, Nebraska, writes: Could
have huffered with catarrh ea othCr
throat. I caught cold and It settuen Not Sleep
'in my throat, and I Coughad badbe
and was very ofeak. I could not slom t No
and had no appetite. I bad t o dowri
tors, and had taken so many different
medicines and found no help. I thought Now Well,
I will have to give up; but at last
my mother read about Peruna, so I We Always
thought of trying that great medicine t
Peruna. I got a bottle of it ald in Have PERUNA i the
about four days I almost stopped
coughing, and after a'While I surely Ho.e.
found relief, and from that tine we Thoso who object to liquid mcd'.
are not without Peruna inl our home," cinos can procuro Peruna Tablets.
OF ALL KINDS
RE-CHARGED AND REPAIRED
AT REASONABLE PRICES
Bring Your Battery for a Free Test
We Will Endeavor to Supply Your Needs
In Eleetrical Goods as Soon as Made Known
EDISON MAZDA LAMPS---PRICE LIST
10 Watt Lamps . --- ---- -$ .30
25 Watt Lamps- .30
40 Watt Lamps------- -.30
60 Watt Lamps.---..-.35
75 Watt, Type C. Lamps .-- 70
100 Watt, Type C. Lamps --1.10
200 Watt, Type C. Lamps - 2.20
400 Watt, Mog Base Lamps 4.30
500 Watt, Mog Base Lamps --------------6.50
750 Watt, Mog Base Lamps -7.50
SAVE OLD BASES
Save the brass bases of all broken lamps. We
will allow two cents for one old base on purchase
price of each new lamp bought of us.
A TRIAL SOLICITED
PROMPT ATTENTION AND SERVICE
Laurens Battery Service Station
J. F. H-ARNEY, Proprietor
E. Main St. Old Express Office
-When It Pours,
It Rei ns
. - ANT yu jut tstethat cup of good
y IU1 i Cold Luzianne cff? Steaming hot
I ~"-~"and ready to give you a whole dayful
I- of pep and go.
The .flavor is wonderfully good and
* the aroma-get it?-oh, ma honey i
I ~ Better run quick and get a bright, clean
*ig~ 9A tin of Luzianne while it's there. If you
grcrwl1iv o akevery cent you
I paid for It. Try Luzianne today and see i
.' "When It how mighty good it is.g
I Reira. )WJR!
you in a good humor? ills reply was,
'About as uisual.'
.\lt. Ramer then saii: "Wo are call
Iig on you fo; v cont rIbu ion for 1w
Ited Cross frd. I is Prl3 wias. 'I
will not g t a (d mn (C t.'
"The'lire was Som', additional conver
sation, but Alr. AhIney didl not langei
his attitudC. Amonte, other Win.gs said
was that of ir. Fa:rbher. who said, 'W
me tell vou .methia': about this war.'
To thi: Mir. ,\hn-y i-li('< , 'I lknow
it datun II meeAbout the wvar to
In thP vo-'rs m :We conve:-ation,
oini nghjll V: ) ti oned bo ut a h:.
Owning Liberty bods. lr. Hteai
said "Well, a in, -.e us a Libe rty
"T111o this .1r. Aley replied, 'Do you
think 1 am1 dallin enough foot to give
you a Liberty bond?'
"Thbis i th tllfbwtane'' of the entire
A statement In the Charleston
AiCericanl this morning wa. s inter
preted by citizcns of Columbia to
mellan that .1r. Abn(y had contributed
in tie( former campaigns to the lIed
CroslI. This led to Ih ii',ssuance by
Red Cross W'!id al of a statemtent to
the (fleet that th records of the local
chapter confain no record of any con
t ribut ion in pi ivious camip11igns by
Protesting vuainyt anl alleged derog
atory ryinar1 n a t1 in refernce to the
Ried (ross 10 Henljamiln I.. Ahne;, of
columbia, ( hiif counSl for tihe south
ern railw Uy h ity Federation of
ITrades, at a metinia last night passed
aresolutio n which st igmiated the
quoted word" of 1i'. Aliy as "1wo
German and unpatriotic," sailled ulpo'
the district attorncy, Francis II. Wes
ton, of Columbia, to take such action
am the facts in the case warranted, and
to "itirn '.\Ir. Abey for the period
of the war, if possible." In addition,
a telegram was sent to Williall .
MeAdoo, direetor of railroads, by the
secretary of the federation, John L.
Davis, on Inst ruet fis from tile feder
ation, requesting the removal of \ir.
Abney as counsel of the Soutlhem rail
"I'.. 1. Ahn vy. counsel Southern rail
way," sai(l the wire, "mnade (lero'(ai
tory relariks aboutt Ile lIed Cross. We
re:mi-'(t fully r'e~test hiis remloValI.'
When a comit1tee of he 1I'ed
Coss approachlemi'. .\hne se 5eveaIl
day: aio for a cotribution to fie w*at
Ifund f the philanltropi eniteiplrse.
lie is alleged to have iRatly reflisel
to contributte a cent, 'remarkin,. it is
said, 'Not a (amn1 cent for the Red
Cross, mark you; not a (amn cet.
The commilte reported Nir. Ahney's
remarks, and I storm of indignation
swent over Columbia. Titesday night
in a local theater, Fitzhugh Me~laster.
president of the Columbia Red Cross
chapter, who Is also a four-minute
speakler, saId that, in his opinion, Mir.
Ahney should be made to leave the
Mr. Abney his been long identified
with the hat- of the state and is con
sidered I lawyer of exceptional leal
a. t -itients. lie has beI-n divi.ion
coiunsel for' the Sottlih'rn tailwxiay for'
ai niiiube 0' year ls andl is no0w chie(f
('Oltisel. lie is repute'd to iu a mani
of greaLt weath. Mi'. A hne'. is a
l'ott.in of (ex-Go'v. ('ole I,. B1lease, 1.181
WYashiington strleet, with wi~~ hom, he
miake's his honme.
Thel st :temiienI mile d yh .\leMl steri
and( v'er'itied by~ h1im 11ast nighlt is subt
stantiilly aus follows:
his youing life to thiel cause of httuani
ty; that young liemphill. of ('hester,
has done1( his fuill ditty, anid sacritled
his life: that yotl .\otitgoiaery, that
fine fel lowv from S paritanh lt t'g. hadl been
!ost to those who wele nearUt and dear8t
tired 11an1 t hat lhe was, had saerifleedi
wvre me'n in ihils (communtity~, iv'n who
refutled to give a c'enl to) the Illd( Cross.
isr to i . o ahtat t o - dspiii.
bod'~iui, n il tla i fij~e wf , lie I jn
toee a. ..nd he ii them~0U 'n:ia
dal apply for a tu' Ili ('aaiL' 1:tar
"!b. Iolu t s Ahiiiun on:~ c.. m
ia," sai el .\lr.1 .\lslas~e r.Ii 'llal ayh:
to111 bil ru hot o1f10 th i arall h)uthern
raeilaI ltlii Ion oe.refete (latei
ahly lla n e'n i' fo he ftel'l I i 'rcs','an
'JiA.I NilTT'P 1:.'113.)I,
Taeniliils tattnith will dalfleof1
Mauyt, 191.-t w ii! endera tna
ON ITU''ISII SIIP
-i1111111lt 'hIorpedoeld wih Amerinns
(onili rd .Many 34In 3411 sng
I-iitlon, Alay 21.-The I lii iish arIed
mecalint r1oop slip Molda via with
A.nerieant troot's oin board hus beeni
torpedoewd and snaodigto anI
f * ial bu et Itin i isued by in1' admilial
tlt, tNI (f t adiira y .-at!in nt
"Th 11-1 ar n w e ieatihi. Mri or.l
dta \-Is IorpedoAmd and "'Ink yester
da(y mlor-ning. Theret were0 no enuIal
it aIllong t lie ciew. but of t lie Ameri
ciIII (it)'ops oil ard 5J 111 to Ihe ji res
scnt have not been accounted for, It
is fear'ed they weriC killed in one comt
partmillent by lie explosion."
The Moldavia was torpedoed without
w'arning. It WIs a iooilliht night,
aInd althoigh a good lookout was kept
the attacking suibmailne was not sight
(-d before ilt' toripedo stituek.
.\lost of the miien aboaid were in their'
hammocks When the explosion occur
Ied amidshIps. The sailors ad so -
dilers alike showed no inic. They
fell calmly into line and awaited or
deis. When it was seen that tle .\ol
Iavia Was settling down. I IhI ose oil
board were ti liken off by tl, sin
The men lost all of Ilwir. belonIgjin-s
hut were supplied with ntw cloth ie
at the difflerent naval ort:: whiet
It i., believed 1hat the \m ria sloi
dier-s nliss;ing from Ohw .\lo~davia were"
.-leerping Oil the bottom ik k ;midwr
OVtruoello by ile great iicush of a'er
aifterl il10 explosion, whenl li--y w
trying' to rea',ch thll main01 dock.
The vessel was struck helow :i
Jodite ilakes IEirroneots 1'rediction lie
"About one clean shirt is all I
though lie would ever weai. lie had
fallen away to a liol'e shadow; was
as yellow as saffron and oft.in dou
bled up with paili. )ctrs contillu
ally gave hi mIorlphile aid weIe
alout to opeIate for gal! stones.
.\layr Ws W ndefful l)lg ( imk -.
Siored hinm to perIVeet health aai.
It is a simple ariple lrepartion
hat1 r-eiloves the calli l- niu 111r1 om
11 in tel tinal tract anl aiaS Iho
il amn:11111m Iion whien illau.sia -ll tically
4ll stoniach, lir iId tat alie a -
luents, Including a'pwtillicitis. ( :3w
dosi will convince or moe!y ri;Ii
111"r111A Orlig Co.
Nlin l Iie t t i ol llt- hed Cr-sa .:.
Complete \inidienti~mof th .\mI:
Rin lie ross "f7teI toay, Tlt I hat
old sweaitter and l lieri a rt l to nll
lis ed Iel is Lgiven ila itl ateent V.
1ivate Doug4las A. Ferguson, Com
Ilt now explaii) Hin Nl-at w n '. wreohut
to his Alihiman homne that the Ifnd
Cro is was seliing a r i6l ati
pris he diti it Solely on h11!ernyan
wii he h investigaIted found that th
ruiorills ;reIed to arttile .it inl N".
.\M. C. A. lunch rooms. !Ho thought lit
lun1ch r-oomn was run11 by th,. Rod('o.
thatthe dpigrm hargd byk the Y. M.l
OFe ee ihol toATIU thAeI nt
wartcodit ' ionsit made them Ito.
advrsly upo t e li i''d ti l iross ar x
!1 a ine ai wayi' C~it i il i I-'niso ign
Id h t atemi en t idill ii:th Itied
*r-s an concluded:- i "ijl -I want to do'
lthis st i ar i n ut - titli 1 o tha
peopile en read hit an noeiei I thik th
l'Id Criss is sliing ti- g vrhr.
G iR L! HAV Aul MASS it'''lti
.\t ty mal it le de ii ndndrmic.n
doule br anut) oifii Iont hir.
Weihin ni-l-inuet- afb'r at lappli
'tion lie ii-v-ieine ytot enn tmoii forn
lit b'ent- htr of eda1)5.t het o h alim.:s
hoaially i.ro tr .apwl o th u
wha wuin Thate Do Not Afilc the ad
Bec a f: ls toi stlu' l.-at ve hefct youXA.
nT w V ir II ilM ' ;ULN3NJ fllbte liii ~rdi.\
- un tout doey no ase .-nwion a!!or
Ai~i~ i RI'il d Rt'tniei e ti e flnia e' muda
HAIL! HA!L! HAIL!
A i. i witi it l ikt a i re of hail imlih ts wi ll r-i N w i a
field of ,growving cottoni or grain in hlf a Ilinale.
Yott a nlilnof ievent. hail. hut you 41n prectI' yentrr lf I iaaiet
los' by a i Insilurain I'ui v nM t-u. } la d r u1 - In i n-(
.\ti "Ilaru oril" :;-01 efi n, bi. I ] L i ,: ~ uU I
C~o(I( p111Y.~ ~i(.
A r ip 1, < rl t ayne of ; ii
:ts- 1 i I w 'l I Ial l iI
Ii a llI I I I o to n 11 1 1:1 y- h a r 't I I
101 desroit a.4 froi l by ,
inlotlerate-rate inail .n ur i m p lic~ g, e Va It , I e ab l b ipr1114' o
Uegionhl 1 n !ome only fro n a So11pany ali 11 I
assets, aind 111v a-oll namw of 1h114' le d" andl a :oli<-v u
hy anl a il at las the iesy t iItIII s oI I 1 <n 1) rlc -
Plevase dlon't (1o1ay. Inlsure today.
J. J. ADAMS, Agent
At Laurens National Bank Laurens, S. C.
Ugh! Calomel Sickens; Salivates!
Please Try Dodon's Liver Tone
I am sincere! My medicin does, notI u pset liverf
and bowels so you lose a day's w'01Z.
Calomel los-s voui a day ! You l dugid els for a few eien I large
know what. caloiel i:. -i II' , r- hoti ' 4)! I )odson's Liiver Toneo, wh ich
eury ; <Iicksilver. Calomlel is dan-- is entirely vegetI ble mad ukasaitt to
gcrlos. It enishes into sour bile take aInd is a perfct s ubstitite for
like dynamili[te, eramping anld sikk- ca loiel . 11 is gua ra it ced to t
en'inlljg you. alomel aiiu-ks the your liver witlnii siirring you 111)
honles and should lever be put iito iniside, and can not salivat
yol; system. Doni't t akeu caitomtel ! It malnas yoi
When vou feel hilious, slugish, sic k thll- next da v it. loses you a tiy's
-ons.t(i(nted and all knockod oIt Im1 work. Dosoi's Livet Tone straight
hle v ou need I do.e iof. i d0, a u cn-: you 1-iht ulp mal \Ii fIi ee . .
vulomel just rruemiber that your Give it to the chil iren as well.
KEEP YOUR SHOES NEAT
LIQUIDS AND PASTES. FOR BLACK.WHITE,
TAN, DARK BROWN OR OX-BLOOD SHOES.
PRESERVE THE LEATHER.
THE F.F.DALLEY CORPORIATIONS, LimTa. BUFFA.ON.
ad Xofumbia Records
"What ought 1 to pay
1'hee .for a Grafonola?"
Th re i ontv one way to dcide. w. Com i, and
the* Grafon.u f)r yourse~l 'ta wi:. be wcrrw ':y'v
.udu we' wl dI o bes ~ t to 0 - t u 1 e . the eh G : ola
1.t the. pr1ice you ughit na p.y
Laurens, S. C. .