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Sloan's Liniment scatters
the congestion and
A little, applied without rubbing, will
penetrate ininediately and rest an<d
soothe the nerves.
Sloan's Liniment * very effective iz.
allaying external pai 3, strains, b #ies,
aches, stiff joints, s re muscl , umba
go, neuritis, sciatic- , rheu ic twinges
Keep a big bottle vays on hand
for family use. Dku ists everywhere.
No Woris in a Healthy Child
All children troubled with worms have an un
henhhy color, which indicates pxr blood, nnd as
rule, there is more or less stomach (isturbance.
GROV'S rAST'l-ll'SS chill TONIC given reguharly
for two or three weeks will enrich (he blood, im
prov- the digestion, and act as a General Strength
ening Tonic to the whole system. Nature will then
throw off or dispel the worms, and the Child will be
in perfect hcalth. Pleasant to take. 00c per bottle.
ABBEVI LLE-G RE EN WOOD MU'UAL
PROPERTY INSURED $2,5001,00.
WRITE 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.
Remember we are prel)ared to prove
to you that ours is the safest and
cheapiest plan of insurance known.
Our associat ion is iow licelsed to
Write isuance in the countiles of Ab
beville, (reenwood, M eCormiek, Lau
rens and I-:dgelii.
The ollicers arev:
GEN. .1. FIll SEI LYON. l'reshilent,
Coluial, S. C.
J. it. uA hFi, I n. . "vt., iy. & Trenis.
Greellnood, S. C.
A. 0. Gr(.w .. .. ...\H. CarmIel S C.
J. M. Gambr.ll .. .. Abbeville, S. C.
Jno. 11. Child,; . . . .. --Bradley', 'S. C.
A. W. Yonngbioo. .....li.geis, ' . C.
J. N. Chainbrlai.S. C.,
. . NRchlson .. ..dgelelD, S. C.
L. 1, Timmernan, Pasain Lane, S. C.
J. C. Calio .n. .. .. .. 'rinceton, S. C.
W. 11. DIaLton . . . . . . Waterloo, S. C.
.L11. & ME
Greenwood, S. C.
J. ROY CRAWFORD
flats, Tracings, ine Prints, Et.
'aephone 2604 Clinton, S. C.
0. B. DIAL A. C. TODD
DMAL & TODD
Attorneys at Law
Laurens, S. C.
Lon Timi e L oanst1114 Negtri ate.
Oinee over l'a imeotto Bank
t'r. Fther~.lstuo will .-,iendt W\ed~nes
day of each week In Laurens.)
Terracing :: Leveling
Gray Court, S. C.
Undertakers and Embalmer
te~ul answered any hour day or night,
Simpson,Cooper & B~abb
Attorneys at Law,
Wil Practice In all State Courts
teupt Attention Given All Business
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
- ' DENTIST
Laurens, South Carolina
Office in Peoples Bank BuIlding.
Blackwell & Sullivan
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
licompt attentlon given to all business
Money to loan ov Hleal Estate
CScG Phone ' Residence Phone g5
ffir mn BildIng
.Ai'elU'edl ('rimes of Negro ('aise of Iiot.
Hlelp Fron Outside.
Wilt on 011-811 im. N. C., Nov. I7. --The
death toll in tile -.iot here tonight
which followed effIorts of a 11o') to
.0toimi the city jail and lyllh a negro
pri:oner had been in crased at imid
n ight to live-a girl spectalor. anll It
firemai and three nevgroes. 'IThe .police
believe that a detailed search toilmor
row will show that at least seven per
son1s and maybe llore were killed.
U'pwards of a score of persolns are
Ili'Ved to have been Injured, live or
sIx of th1em seri'iously. Thi'ey a'e most
IN. wile inpersotts4 anld include t woinm
b(i'S of le home guard w\,ho Were
calb d out when,1 the mlob made its see
o01d vi.it t lilt jail after '1hoo1 ing a
necgro anld a-cidentially wottning al,
Wit Ionl-salemi N. C.. Nov. 17. --AI
1 : o per.ols are kinowin to ha-e
belin killed and probably a s'oret' of
others in0iured. Sever-al 'wrioulsly, inl a
riotl hre tonlightl which r.TSultecd from
he efforts1of mo of seve ral th louis
and 111-n to storm Ilhe city .jail and
ly neli a negro accu'sed of shoot ing .1. 1".
Childre ss and Seiiriff Flint and attack
ing .\Mrs. Child Iess last night.
Tlhis city is tonigt iln tile iaids or
a1 1ob and exilielit I'lls high.
About 5 o'clock a m1o) storled the
jail aund are said to have shot to death
Ole negro charged with having comn
iitted all assault last night on a white
Later it was said lie negro shot In
the Jail was not the right man and tile
mob again formed in front of the city
hall. The mayor addressed them and
implored the eltizens to disperse. The
firti-alarm was' rung and the fire coi
A itlie of hose was iun out and the
water was ttrned on the ('rowd. In
discrimiliate shooting then elsueid.
One young iiber of tile holl' glards
youna;' girl aso -1wa.s- miorv ole si -
rionl: i:e wounlded.
Th known dead are:
tandr. and llherl Youn a liremm.
Thel miore serimlsly indiure-d in Iclud1
.\]; r n :: I ,I I o rLw . IJ in wood I I-Iler
.ohn ln mi er, ciiznll , a nd (I-ranlk
a i-n4,' and It. T. llaw.iley. e mii.'bers
of a t home guard: (harles \\ hitti.
h n11 a s t..i : .orud.I i mI lilh,
('elAlley. .1 ... Adamns.
F'ive of the mlore seriously injure~d,
inautding.. two memberho1s of lilti thoe
mlttards, were t1kenl to hos"pilais, bt
may others werere ated at hom. The
total number injured was not known
and tile police would no evell hazard
The miob first formed this afternoon
about :3:30 O'clock and Storm'ed thle
jail., Three shots were fired and the
negro accused of shooting (Ihe I WO
men and attacking .\rs. Childr-ess was
seriously ,wounded, while a white pris
oner named Tragg also 1was lilt in the
arm by a str'ay brillet..
After some) dilfleculty the poli1ce suc
ceeded in cleaing the crowdl ouit (of
the -building and~ then the miayor' called(
out the Home Guards. Quiet reignied
for a timle, lbut later thie report wvent
ar'oundi~ that the inegro shot was not
the man that had been sought. ily
nightfall the 1mob1 had reformed and
started marchinlg to the jaIl, wilchi
was suirronded lby Hlome Guards.
Hardware stores were br'oken into
andl revolvers, shotgunis and othier
weaplons and ammiunliltlon ta'keni. As
the mob marched It. Increased In size
anid wheni its objectIve was reached it
numliber'ed several thlou sand. The mayor
sought to address the crowd, but could
not 'lbe heard. in the meantime fire
compiiaies had arrIved and when the
miob broke for the jail the firemen
tuirnedl water on them.
FIring Iiiediately followed aind
Youlng fwas shot dead. A hutllet hit
.\Iss laevi, who was wvat"" g nearby.
The H omne Guiar'ds anlswe, .he volley,
btt (lie mob01 julickly overpiowered t hem
and~ wvent Into the jaIl. Two miembllers
of the gulard wvere badly hurt by be
ing thr'owvn b~odily diowin a stairway
whIch they were guardling.
Apparenitly the mob (1id not find the
negro It sought, for no0 more of tile
pisoners'' twere fired~ upon01. A ftel' anl
hiour 01' miore thle mob left Ithe jilI
and1( start ed mariclihng thirough (lie
binellr, .sectIon of the tolwn. tGradul
all 'It broke it. ogrouphs andl for a
tine it was feared~ t hat t here w~oui ll
bei a mace iot as some of thle gronups
lienaded for thle negr'o quairter.
A\('o'in g i to (lie polliee, th li'niegroes
were killed in the' outlyin~g tdistricts,
whert'e indisciminiate shootin11g eon -
tInued forli several hours after' (lie mob
had~l dlisper'sed, following a liltched bat
an iir111een wholi( turned 'l the hose (Il
te ('riowidv. lieu it rutshed( Ithe Iail the
At miiih-lt the worst (of thle tr'oii
ble se'mu d I'l h( e l over~'' anie lie ~oilie
*ex petedl to hatve thle sitution i (1In hand11
by Itle thue thie trloops) fromn Raieigh
andi~ Char i'ot te icach herle earily toimor'
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
* LANiFO RD NE WS.
lutilfor'<, .Nov. N.--t r. .. it. \ ij-.
Ilais was a litile late Siliday after
noon* lin reaching his aptinitmnlit on
account of 11lhe road alid ri-cent rainls
anl iI his abse'c Bro. C. II. Hoper
very ably and forcibly pr "esen ted to the
colgregalilon ti t ur igent lieds ad114
iveessity of .he preseint, war work
caii)m paiigO now oil and in ti interest
of our1 previous boy" iade a noble
plea for them which iwas miiitcl enjoyed
by all and lisionled to with much iln
.Alr~s. T. .\. D1rumm1ond(. .\rs. A. P.
lohlne . .\Mrs. .1. T. obo, .\rs. U' 1).
('ox, and .his a ( rric 'owler attend
(' t flit 'artrily m ii n o i f \\oiitali'
.\ isssionary klionl at asl on llap
'i o'loll'eh i14 poelyrt Ii .;pklid in et
m. .i\llini )rmlltmanl wen to W..
relus Sunllslay "lt r o n l pcild I
whifl w11h hnd <mlers.
liss s ('arryc !oil Ii Ino an -
Nora l'annot he dam their 'cliools ill
rinugcounity lat; weeki al
spaend to bI pgIs with Il-hir work.
.\rs. Willie i ower is ebarm-Iled withi
her School at Cen'lral.
.\tisses d iarsdale and Mason are
progssliIcg Iely with their school
itere and are down to work now in
dead earnest. We are glad to welcomei
them In oilr mIdS and hope they will
feel a11 home and be as otoeI aiong Is.
.r. i liarper liigins from iuffalo
lnion, 4spent Owh day recently withl his
parents, 'hriniging with him three of
theo. teachers of the school, .rs. Swy
ger,. and .\1isses Ilack and Clark.
.\iss Blelle P'atterson spent Suinday
With ier friend and Classmate, .\liss
Carry lou liiggins,
.\lises Grace 'leShields and .lr
Iliiggins have returnetd to laauirenis and
resui ed their studies il the city
.\lrs. i. ln i s (row a d .Miss ('Cora
('os were il auencils \londy i y
inlg wolic Sental work donfe.
.\r. \\'illiam a' aliliberry am1 faily
ol Whiti w re visiting relatives
her t for thilwetk-he-d
ept. .. \. lanford gld t 110; is week
for TvlWnes:e lo ull a car sedl
ol tablied and ur l e for sonetun.
.\( r. (',-\ us llo iuts heas ltlynof
hdmie afler cveral we lth ' m%\i ia
.irs. .. \\. killdhnson, loiu ht larr
.libi iIai, .\ C(1)s . C. oxt ;;d .. l .
pleoeo mat, ia 1..1 ) r Z Spal
a tusrg ill a (iloiNToeile tri ry
.\rs. 1'. G. .\too].( wentIl t4o Spa rtan
hurg ith her ushand. They co -
lmplate TIoving thure next weuk to
nae it their uome. e
.\l.". J. E-. Johnson and son, ('harles,
of Gray Court, were visitors here a
haort while Sattiday afterilolon and
to Iet Iatgeneiohnson, from \'offord
asollega. who Was to Spend nite week
ied With his parents.
aliss Othello Johnson spent the day
arecltly with Aliss telle Patterson.
andwe opeon peace will, boer vitaliy
ecreousti towver oe h-eardaily tof
diferenti oneas to have kowpnetat
ofr kliill e, nour heatsgoou.t
themet win deep sympathy to te loved
tns ofathoe ho havei mae bodyu
poemens,-ariitce. e~w dt il
Reultt im a ~ptismfri.yui
Reisefofnl-ef -25c. li Sloga
csfNatureeod (Re Tablets), r~tt~
ielpin mhand et'iWhoro i E
ipdenis iv Thintg-s W iots Risulit.i
Theroi Nit 'theot Lvi yaitoceset-o
human reIece,-hye. divestion o
fod the eoxtrfaturen oflnorishment
frialts) and lt omintionl of) lst.
tPoor-igestion andiil I asimiaton,
meatsfure Ftoic deiv fuit nouish
ml entf foodandtthat i-n t often
means tmpoveihe ~i' blood, weakness,
disenso~ andi jd l stitit he develoet
of mleoan ne:u il dl-v 'u o.- ~
ittheuma ti-u ' ostoi iter
poiso,not h yIt aoes e te t yil
to anymedicN th il to( orec
the ondiionrespnsile fr i. 4,oul
an rasnalopeso epet o i
himel o euatc ai aslnga
rhumti pisn salowd o emi
in th body
Pe~(ople whoi( suffer from -oul. :sfrl
aciteiiieti tlol'u food, dist ress afd
ttvi u'at iit muid iindiJ2Cst im, 1111( sep
gv~lors, a.' killjuig Oleir stctiiiacls hy,
i nactIion' justl as su rely as I. lie v h (i iu
of 1iIriihin uPis deadening and iiujtnu
Ill;- g he 011 rl:ia ir evvry1 lierve ill Ii is
W hat 11v Atia cl or every sii T eri
froitlind111igf io ivi ikeds is a, good pie
ac.li, put1 st renigth.i energy anud e la'st ni
11- in to it, an m11nake ii kti rdy viioupj ii
l 1() digSl a hearty iiueal wit houl aiti
'VI'yle tIII.( livip I lliix I'm hrci;,('.
lil" iv "Awnl~ lis sld i b)~cli l dii
tie Nryioidalld biyi etupcl iai:uI" o.
and is suutlulyi gli l i e t lo ild lilt
Inl)'~her 'i e 11,1111o, M i-'-tin slmiii~ltl
tlhblet8. 'lhiv never fail.
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Two B.ig Department. S'.cres
TWO BIG STOCKS TO SELECT FROM
No. 1 Store, 210 West No. 2 Store, Burns Block,
Laurens St. North Side of Square
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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 shipment 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 hps 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"