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Sloan's Liniment scatters
the congestion and
A little, applied without rubbing, wilt
fenetrate inunediately and rest and
soothe the nerves.
Sloan's Liniment * very effective iy-'
allaying external pa' s, strains, bifeso
aches, stiff jomts, sre muscl , fumba
go, neuritis, ciatic-, rheu jc twinges
Keep a big bottle Eays on hand
.for family use. , Ists everywhere.
No Wvormas in a licalthy ChildW
All children troubled with worms have anl nn
henlthy color, which iii(lentes poor blood, nnd as a
rule, there Is more or less stomnach disturbance.
GROVj-:'s TASTE-LESS cliii! TONIC given regularly
for two or -three weeks will'enrich the blood, fin
prove the digestion, and act as a GencralStrength
ening Tonic to the whole system. Nature will then
throw off or dispel the worms, and the Child will be
in perfect health. Pleasant to take. 60e per bottle.
PROPERTY INSURED $2,500,000.
WRITEI OR CALL on the under
signed , for any Information you may
desire about our plan of insurance.
We Insure your property against do
Fire, Windstorm or Lightning.
And do so cheaper than any Insurance
company in existence.
Rfemember we are prel)ared to prove
to you that ours is the safest and
cheapest plan of insurance known.
Our association is now licensed to
write insurance in the Countics of Ab
beville, Greenwood, McCormick, Lau
rens and 1-:dgenehl.
The olleers are:
GEN. .1. il.I-:lt LvON. l'resilent,
Columbin111, S. C
J, It. I;1k h 1.1, 1tn. .1., ,.ecy. A Trenis.
.lreenwood, S. C.
A. 0. Gr s........ .arml, S. C.
J. M1. Gambrwell ....AbbevilleC, S. C.
Jno. 11. Ch ilds . . . radley, S. C.
A. V. You ngliood . . . . iouiges, 3. C.
J. N. Cabrn.lermkS. C".
I.11. I N cholsoni .. ..Ed:igelield, S. C.
, L. Tjimmerm-!an1, I'leasant Lane, .1. C.,
J. C. Mallin. .. .. .... .1'ine lon, S. C.
W. Hi. Wharton .. .. ...W aIerloo, S. C.
Green woodi, S. C'.
J. ROY CRAWFORD
Flats, Tracings, Btue Prints, Etc.
'elephone 201 Clinton, S. C.
U. 2. DIAL A. C. TODD
DIAL & TODD
Attorneys at Law
Enterprise Bank Builugs,
Laurens, 8. C.
PRAIJTICE IN ALL COURT'S
Long Time Loans Negotiated.
0, ta. Featherstone W. B. Knight
k1EATHiEMtaONE A hMUIGHT
Attorneys at Law
Laurens. S. C.
Al uusin as hntrusted to Our Care
WI~ lHuse l'rnimpt anad Carelut Atteta.
Oitice over t'almelutt Bank
tLt. I'catiuerstone w il .,,endu Wedne.s
da o each week In Laurens.)
W. M. NASH
Terracing :: Leveling
Gray Court, S. C.
Undertakers and Embalmer
Ois answered any hour day or night,
Slimpson,Cooper & Biabb
Attorneys at Law.
WWl PractIce In all State Courts
Freuapt Astention Given All Business
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
Laurens, South Carolina
office in Peoples Blank BuildIng.
Blackwell & Sullivan
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Viosupt attention given to all business
Money to loan on Real Estate
CZS.. Phone '1 Residence Phone S5
Ofnie mona B~uildlinr
.MI' etred ('rimlie's of Negro4 ('ause of itlot.
Illep From Outside,
\\'i net on-Salem (1, N. C.. Nov. I7.--The
death toll In the rlot lere toliglt
which followed efforts of 1 a mo1(') to
storm the city jail and lynchl a negro
pris:onmei hal beeni1 increased at Imid
night to live--a girt spectator and a
firemn and three negroes. The -police
believe that a detailed search tomior
row wIll .show that at least seven per
-soi a(ndaybe more were killed.
Upwards of a sore of persols are
b1li eved to have leell i nin red, five or
six of t hem seriously. 'i'lievy are m1ost
!v whileli personl. and inillde ( wIo memv111
heirs of 1lhe holme guard who were
i 1 olilt when Ihv mllob made its see
ond .1i1it to Ihe Jail after shootilg a
II(Iii a Iil naiidentally woIuldillg. a
\\'ilion-Salm.i N. C.. Nov. 1i.-.At
le:/I 1no ros are kiiown to h11%v
beenl killed anld probabhly a sc-orel of'
otlhers ii.Iiired, several seriously. ill a
rHot ire tolifghl whilel resultill iromii
Ile efforts of a Imiob of several thous
'Ind ien to stormIl the city .iail and
lyneh a negro acellsed of shoot inlg .1. N.
Childress and S~herliff Flillt and attack
ing Mrs. Childress last ni ght.
This city is tIonight in the hands of
a m)ob and excitemen t run Is high.
About o'clock at imiob storilled the
jail anil are said toI have shot to death
tile negro charged Witi having coi
mitted all assault. last night oil a white
Later it was said tile iegro shot iln
thjall was not the right man and tile
mob again formed in front of the city
hall. The mayor addressed them and
implored the citizens to disperse. The
flie."alarm was' riung and the fire coi
A liile of hose was 11111 o0t and the
water was turned on the crowd. in
discrimilate shooting then elsied.
Olle you'ing lnieber of I hi hom1e gua lrds
tell. hilot thr l the breast, andi a
young il als v\wai i m11ore. or lies s5
iolln. lwoullded. I
Til. knowln dead are:
?aelii i I.evi. a yiluli woal:l bv
Staidr. and Noberli Yonllllg, .a lirin ani.
Tim m1110 riusl injuired isl mb.
.\9lr: mI rt e I I) nwood I,,I r
.lohn; 1'llmph-r, citizens.-, and F-rank
(1'riell auI1 It. T. Ilaviw-.v. miemithers
of Ile bine gulard: Chal-les White.
A mI a :nd se --i I)-..- i y I ll 1-: .111 s S m th
('e il .\lley, .1 ..l. Adams.
Five of the Ilore seriously ijured.
including two mellibers of the liole
arIds, we re ikell to hospials. butl
lally others were treated at holmi. Tli
total 1nu111uber injuretd was 110 known
and tie police woulI not evell hazard
The ilob first. foried tils aftern1oon1
about 3:30 O'clock and storimed the
jail.. Three shots Were irlled and the
ilegro accused of shooting the two
men and attacking Mrs. Childress was
seriously ,wounded, Wilie Ia white pris
oner named Tragg also twas hit. in the
arm by a stray blltet..
After' some diffilty thle pli~lce sue
ceededi tn clearinlg tthe crowdvt o(f
the building anld thlen the malyor' callledl
out the lltome Guards. Qutet reignled
for a time, butt later the repiort wentl
arounld that tile negro0 shot was nlot
thle man thlat had been1 sought. 1y
nighltfall tile mob01 had reformlled and~
started marcin~g to the jatI, whlich
was sur1rounided biy I loile Gutards.
Hlardhware stores were broken into
and~ revolvers, shiotgunls and~ othier
thle 11101 marcedl It Incereased inl size
andl whlen its objective was reachled It
numbll eredt several Ithoutsanld. The mayor
soulght to adtdress the crowd, bt~tt could1(
not 'be hleard. Ill the mleanltimle fire
compilantes had arrivedl andh when thle
mob01 broke for thle jail tile firemlen
tuirnled water onl thtem.
Young twas shot dleadl. *A bulllet lilt
.\iss Levi, who1 was watchinlg nlearby.
The Illme Guards anlsweredt tile volley,
but1 the mob1 (I uIckly overptowered thleml
and~ wvent Into thle jail. Two membIllers
of the gulard( we're badly hurt by be
In~g thrlown~ b)odily dIown a stairway
Apparently the 11ob1 did( not find the
negrPo It souight, for 110 mlore of thle
pri'sonlers llwere fired upon01. After anl
hofulr or more tile mob01 left thle jilI
and started miar'chin~g thr oulgh the
busint1ess sectionl of tile totnvn. Gradu(11
ally1 it brloke tnt ogr'oups andt for a
tim tlCIt wvas fearedi Ithat there' w1ouldl
b~e a rac'e riot as 11ome of thle g roupsl
headed for thle neCgro quart er.
Accord Illg to thle tpoll, Ice. n1eg roes
were' kiltled ill the ouitlying (listriets,
wvhere indiscriinalte shootin lg ('on
linu led fori severlI hou rs a fter thle 11ob1
had11 dliprsedl, follow'ing a plitchedl lbat
and fliem n, whol I nu rnled thle hose on1
thle crowdl~ when4' ii ruIshedI111 the al the
ble seemed Ito be1 oI'ver andl thle po11ice
Iexp~e(tedl to have the situlationi iln hand i
biy the time thie troop1s froml InaleIghi
and~ Clahrlotte r'eachl here earty tomior-.
* iANFO.D NSI. *
Ilinfordl, Nov. is--tr . l v ,w l
limts was a liltle late "udIa after'
froon, InI reachin.. hi appointmenv~t ()n
a1(otnt of the roads aid recent a ins
andlt iI is abselle B ro. C. II. oper
very ably13 an1d fOrCii bly praesentI ed to (lie
vonglregat I tholl le ut *gent ieeds and
Itecessity of .the prlesen t. war work
campailgn now oil an(d ht the interest
of ourl previolts boys made a noble
plea for them vlich was i ucith enjoyed
by all and listeneil to will muich it
Air~s. T. .\. DIrlummond, .\rs. \. P.
Iblo mes, .'s. '. T. Hol.o, .rs. C. 1).
Cox. mai li Carrie Pi owler attenld
ir i c he ruarr ly 11 un1ct'inw of \\omanl's
lissAo l 'ni iv I m'ii i at Ipa ston FlI -
t El chur11ch :md ro rt a1 .1 ;ldvndid mnvtt -
' . Nnti )rllmta );)d woi j
' 1i Su . f (1, a ft ito I to p ia ( 4 1
whilHe % ilh h 1;11 d I'l , Ie
i (arr.I !.rm I I . InIs .11,1
Nora 'annot h;au thoil .cIools ill
I: r 11 Ita Inh r countyv last week, and
seemdfl to be pllsed wiith their volk.
.\li-. Williv lWowler is charinled w\.ith
her school at Central.
Alisses liarks'dale and .ilason are
progressing nicely witi their school
here and are down to work now in
dead eariest. Ve are glad to welcome
themil inl ourl mlidst and h~ope they will
feel at home and bv as one ats ong is.
.lr. Iiarper Higgins from Bluffalo
ITniom, speIt the (ay receti I ly with his
parents, br'inging willh him three of
the teachers of the school, Mrs. Swy -
gerl, and .\Misses Bilack and Clark.
Miss Belle Patterson spent SItanlay
with her friend and classmnIate, Aliss
Carrye Lou Higgins.
.\Misses Grace 'DeShields and Mary
iiggins have Ieltuir'ed to Itluren1s and
5CSunted their Studies inl te city
.\is. Fannie ('row and .lMiss Cora
Crow\ w'eire inl Laiis, n .lday ha -
ing olc denlltal wtorlk onlle.
.\t . \\'illiaI : a 'ileberry and f-unily
of, \\hilmire, were visiting r-lteives
her for the wlti.
('h pe . W \\'. Was 1 >r11 h-i thi;- we k
fmr Tenneslc.':-(e ho pu lit 1' . ar. loial
oft iit a u i lt. r A lo..
Air. after s ea n nh ' 1rk11
almlo ai nl l ton lail jii \ A~ mriin
Mis. J. \\'. Johnson, lilli tiarre '%
l e a e, ..a(' t '. w -i a i4 .s . 1 .
Johnllson iadt a ;i i trip ;") Spar
lanlhtirg inl aut lleo ile Frid ly
sb .is t. a.\oore wen1t3 01 Spartan
hur kill her husband. They con..
leitplait meoving tlinlt'ext th k to
nake o thei ho nse.
.\lrs. j. E-. .Johnson and sonl, Charles,
of Gray Cour, wate visitors ere a
tort while Sarday abtsroo and
to mevet lugenet .Johnson, from \\offord
Hollege. who was to spend the wek
end with his parents.
.\iss Oth1llo Johnson spent thle day
recently with -Aliss llelle Patterson.
TWera arsoga thre wairtha rcesedf
anda wehopeteacete wlbepedigelyo
fodto, liowevrc~o oe heoar daily of
dffroent ante we hatve kownat
wer kiean o hassigoiot o
ons ofaihose wo hatve fade theis
Natre'ss tRemd (NReo Tabeitas), Aro
Hiepio nd Thouads ho treod Ex-tit
Ter fare tohret vi ~t'italoese boy
humaonsc mtb exsee,- tdetion ofel
fromn i nd thie tlmiat rion tof wasit.
Ph ord tditesi andfo assimilation
man f'~~ail to eivexpeul t norId
mens imorie plod waklne s
rainacuuati oni itf alweato mlatterl
wIche podsnyh. bdloesviay
Tecrase o ower f erelistane toc
diesoNue alast Rtey (Nvlo '1nen*t)
In man ro us ills.' \ le' ll~
uItheumItiatCti,--du (l so 114 gnt
fereng th ~thy pro es fir' liin
tion, faoxr to Ntr' rmedy (ody
poalisn,-canotlhto et tedg~ to yleld
to anty- meicin astat elpt coec
tet coniteio res ositbl forit . ouldiI
atreale ierson expectt o roid
theimlf of umtioa pa as long as
rhua ti oio itial lowed to10 remain
ina et b o. r'tt~'iii ta
1is t nny I.Ntres whr oothe Nr
me icie ,hv a-d.Tosadr
ungNlTA Tabes vr da ndgt
tin re!ef Wh a ieo e
MIAN STILL LIVES :
a ch 1ol111(0 I a I ion. o( food. (list 1'ss afi
tl'et lgaliad Ilidigestion, aiidM'el
revlief ill liiig. chunitks of all ilicial di
gestol o aekilling Oheirl stoliacli'; l;:
i nactIion 'jist as so [Il s IIh I( it
otw hlollulllleIs ednn il is
froln I ud iges iloll 1led~s is a good pre
sclild iou litatf wIll buIild( ti) is ,;tolll
aell, put e Illg t lI('tgy an v11 ilsIic i
ly IWtO it, all(] make it, stull-d3 enlouli
to) digvst a1 Iletaity' li(al wiloil 111til
("VC't'''w'Ioe a lld by 01.1j;-il C iu:(o.
and0 is HtJd: 'v g ra lillceti It) bld uph
and i.- -';oh! ill sui:wull tablet loii ill
In i-ge bf0xvp'. f(I rondl' a1 lo11w (cents Ru
I m el 'w. Hit 11.111f. si' I'a i
J. C. BRNS & CO.
Two Big Department Stores
TWO BIG STOCKS TO SELECT FROM
No. 1 Store, 210 West No. 2 Store, Burns Block,
Laurens St. North Side of Square
isils UnI Aiti1n
S..T. 11.1a1 C . . R41ega ..
.lldiss Lids dsl
.11iss S ,0i1a I'Ml.;3vPw
MISS ~ ~ No 2,i Store, Burns BlockpVll
MIS. 11-:. Thon 1pso
11. E.111,HN . I ? llv per
N vr ive. I I I oil 111 I, a li I~ n il l'111-1s 1
1 is ry14t l s \ i : lo l
DON'T NAG DON'T BRAG
A Splendid Opportunity
LADIES' AND MISSES' COATS
Just received by express a splendid selection of ladies'
and misses' coats. These can only be properly appreci
ated by seeing them. They are exceptional values and
beautiful styles and fabrics.
Also just recived by express a shiprnent of khaki yarn for making
sweaters and sox. The soldiers will probably be in France and in the
camps during the winter months, so it is not too late to knit for them.
Come and get this yarn.
Shop Early for Christmas. It's Best for Everybody.
BUY RIGHT SELL RIGHT
BACK IN THE GAME
Fresh Load of Mules
Since the war is over, for which we
are all thankful, the way h s been
opened for us to open up business.
In making this announcement, we
beg to state that we have just re
ceived a car load of fine mules
which we are offering at attractive
All of our old friends, new friends,
and customers are invited to come
to our barn and see this stock.
"F. P. Childress On the Spot"