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(SPeeltilist~ts Prescriptiont Prevonitsi
li telling of the accident to 11s
horse, ir. Luther Carmen of Valley
Park, i1M.., stated: ".\ly horse fell
down and cut is kines all up. I
dressed the mwith Drr LJdear's An
tiasctic leallng 'Powder and they are
h16aling line. It is a .wonderful rem
edy for healing sores on horses."
Mr. Carmen is simply voicing the
sentiments of hundreds of others who
feel that having Dr. Le(ear's person
al. prescriptions on hand at all times
is nearly as Igood as having Dr. Le
Gcar where they could reach him in a
Wounds and ores must be taken
care of immediately. Get a can of
Dr. LeAear's Antiseptic Ilealing Pow
(er front your dealer. Dust on enough
of it to cover the wound or sore. It
forms a protection against insects and
infCetion and piromotves healthy heal
ing.-lDr. IL. 1). Le(ear .M\eti. Co., St.
SCHOLA8ItiP .'AN i.;TTANVE
The examination for thc award of
vacant Schoiarships in Winthrop Col
lege and for the admission of new
students will be held at the County
Court Ilouse on Friday, July 2, at 9 v.
m. Applicants must not be less than
sixteen years of age. When Scholar
ahips are vacant after July 2 they will
be awarded to those making tile high-.
est average at this examination, pro
vide( they meet the conditions govern
ing the award. Applicants for Schol
arships should write to President
Johnson before the examination for
Scholarshiap examination blanks.
Scholarships are ivorth $100 ann
free tuition. Tile next session will
open September 15th. 1920. For fur
ther information and catalogue, ad
dress Pres D. 11. Johnson, Rock Hill.
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For sale locally by
Illn('fl, Dirtm Co.. Laurens. S. C.
CItation for LetfIrs of Admintislratoi.
N'ate of 0)uth Carolina,
County of Laurens.
fly 0. G. Th'lompson, Probate .Judge:
Whereas .1. .\. DeShields .made suiit
to IIe to grIll h)iml Lot-ters of Ad
ministration of the estate and effects
(f 11. ". lleShields.
These are, therefore, to cite and
admnish all and siugriji the kindred
and creditors of the Said It. F. Die
Shields deceatsed, tl,!t they be and
a plarl before me, In the 'ourt of
l'rol'ate. to hb held at L:ilm rens Court
1House, Laurexns, S. C., on the 22nd day
of .July, 1920 next, after publication
hereof, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon,
to show cauie, if any they have, why
tle, said Admini stration should not be
Givm under my hand this Sth (lay
of July Anno Domini 1920.
0. (. TI iO.I PSON, '
52-2t-A .. >. L. C.
Notiee of Hond Sale.
The trustees of SchIol District No.
:1, Waterloo, of Laurens County, tihe
$' ate of South Carolina, wviii sell at
the oflice of Simpson, ('ooper & Ilabb,
at JLurens,. S. C., 0on the 5th daiy of
Altg1st, 1920, at thle hlour of it0 O'clock
in the forenoon, coupon -bonds of said
dist'rict in the silm) of leour Th'llousand
Trwo Illundlred and Fifty -l)ollars, ma
tulling twen)tyV years after the (late
thereof, with inte rest at Six iper cin
tulm per ann!)umIl, pay able semi1-anniual
ly. Said sale will be made to tihe
highest bidder for cash. Sealed bids
will be received ull unltil the timle of
said sale. All bidders 'wvill be re
qu Ired to (deiposit withi tihe chiairmanl
of t he hoard, c'tsh or~ certilled check
011 some solvenOlt bank in t he suml) of
One 'llundredl Dollars to guarantee
performnance 0n Is part with tile
terms of his bid in the event same
shlold be acepited. D~eposits of tun
successful bidders wi'llI e return ed to
the bidders immedliatel after the
close of tihe sale. Sealed bids should
lbe addressed to thle Chairman of the
Board of Trustees, care Cimnpson,
Cooner' & flahh, Attorneys, Laurens,
S. C5., an~d lalinly marlked "Bid for
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(Continued from Last Week.)
"Ile ~wns standing," (said WiNk, 'of
his own accord, speaking direct to the
jurt-ors, "w%-fih ils back agalinst the
door. One hand-his right hand-was
behind himl. I thought at' first he
might have a revolver in it and (drew
Olie I always Ctry. but he had not.
It looked as if ie heI Jttt slipped out
of the door and was reuching i nidiv
hunt '1 -lioseit when I discovered
,'1"i&t wil be aI" saId iy counsel,
to my great disappointment. Through,.
out the Imixed ledley of truth and lies
that Wick hnd been telling, there had
been manifest to ine his deliberate
purpose to discredit me and east sus
piclon on tue. I felt certain that an
abler lawyer couldi quickly have rid:
died his testimony, but McGregor
showed no disposition to take advan
tage- of his opportunity.
Nellie Kelly was called. Briefly
she told of her Joh-switchhonrd op
orator at the Oraiddeck. She cor
roborated ,Wi:lc's story of my first ar
rival at the Granddeck and bore out
his statements about may having chat
ted with her and also told of having
gone to dinner with me. When I had
begun -questioning her about other
temunats. she said, she excused herself
and vent to the telephone and caiied
up) the Granddeck for advice as tO
how she should answer. For some
reason, she snid, when she returned
after phoning, the defendant had not
(Iuestioned her further but haul scem
ed anxious to get away from the res
"Yott say," said McGregor. as ho
begnit her cross-examuinat ion, "that
"Is That Your Real Name?"
your namne is Neille Kelly. Is that
your real nninte?"
Afy counsel's utnexpectedl question
cname as a thunderbolt to the oppoi-~i
tion. T1hte wihole Court room seemed
to sense that something crucial was
ablout to be brouightt ott The jurors
to a mtan L'aned fArwa rd to list en for
her answer. The district attorney
lin~ly puzzxled, half rose in his ~sen i
nal then't sublsied. \Vick's face wvent
white I, attul t he girl hierselfC started and
hert e'y('s turned htelplessly to Wick, s
it' Se'k Ing inrstructionts as to how to
"Is I tiat your re'i ai nm?" Me
Gregor repea'tted. thItis t imoe a little
more1 emiphai ttlnly.
"it is--i lit is-'t was," she stam i
"it wxas yvour name." .tid Mc
Gre'gor sitrcenst ientIly, "nnd whlat tmight
he ynir namte now'
"Miy noame," the girl hesitted, as
if s tuggiling withI herself, and( t hen
enst ig a dellanlt look in Wick's di
rectint, she answered with pride ra th
er than with holdness. "my name ia
Mirs. I'dward Moore."
"The wife of Letfty Moore. the lhur
gumr in Sing Sing, you mean, dko y'ou
not ?" Snteeredl McO r(.gor.
"I am," she repllid with a pronul
liftinug of her chini amid a flash in hier
eye. "I'm Iefty Moore's ife, antd
I'm proud that I am---his, lnwfuilly
wedd~ed ifie and I doun't care who
knows it. I love tf'fty Moore."
Tlhere wits intt conster'nntion in
visions oif diiscredited .testitmony *ont
frent inug hin. lie was on hIs feet roar
inig (dh.ilctis. Throughout tihe whole
coutr uwii there was a siliatnt stir,
aitd the jud~ge began rapping for oi
Close behind my counsel my motherI
had been slit ing, neen'inpaied~ bty soee
woant wearing a heavy v'eil. I-had
haul little attentoni to her hitherto,
sutpposing thiat it was sonme hotel mald
wvhom mty mtother hnd( hIred to accom
pnny' her to court, for so far as I knew
lay mother had no wvomten aequaint
eties hi New York. ThIs wvoman
now, t19 my amazement, l'enched for
wvard dind rluceked McGyegor by the
sleeve. As she ptished back tier veil
to \vhisper to hini, to my utter stur
,prise and1( consternation I saw that it
wns Bnrhnra nenard
ton ~~4' -myer
Iiow I1tit had Illi come to be sit ting
there iII Court at tIy m1other's side?
Delighted as I wa; at seeltig ler, I
wats puzzled and perplexed. I had
steinly forbiddet iti holl 11 Gormtan nial
McOregor from making tiny plans to
call her as a w-fitness. I had urged her
to keep silent aud not becolle involvel
In any way in the case. My eyes
soniht liers for !1n ovuioi 10i.n, but
after that onle whispered word, that I
was unable to hear, she had quickly
drawn her vell over her fnee.
"Your honor," said Metregor, ris
ing, "in view of this unexpected testi
111011y, I should like to reiluest a re
"Granted," said the judge. "Ad
journed until two o'clock."
Impatiently I waited for the recess
to be over. I could not understand
what was happening. Neither Gor
man nor ily counsel came near me.
1Even my mother made no attempt, so
far as I could learn, to see me. The
one gliuipse I had had of Barbara
there in the courtroomx had tired me
again with wild desires to see her.
My fortings werv equally divided be
tw'een loing sh,- wt'ild and hoping
she wiotuihi mt twke any effort to
reach me-at least not until my triaL
That something was happening to
keel) them all away-something per
naps vital to my freedom-I was cer
tain. On no other ground could I ex
plain the filet of none of them seek
Ing mile for ronsultation. Yet what it
might be I could not pomslily conjec
ture. Eagerly 1 luirried into the court
room again as sooi us tile reess Wits
over, lit onve tu rlllig my eyes to see
If the girl I loved wa tihere.
Quicekly I lohitted h< still .ritling be
side mily mother. lier vell now wias
boldly thrown back, and as she gazed
lit nii whih sparkliing vy's and i con
fideit smile, I felt sire that nteross
the distnaie she was trying to send
smte iines salge of good tidings. My
mot her's face. too. I observed, now
wore ia ipliler look, and about Gor
man and McGregor hoth wa i tiln air
of grat ier confildence .Ihan either had
What had hiappenued? What had
they found out? E:nuterly I witeii de
Te it elephone girl was recalled to
the stand andl her cross-exminnat ion
"MIrs.. Moore," he-rran Meriegor
Unnd I observed curioutsly that his
voice n iressin her n)o longer alls
i harsh ad sireustie but ierely suave
amuti iatigein ig-"'yoti havye testi 11ed
here US aI witneIss gins1t Mr'. Spail
cling Neison. accused of hav ing mtr
ditr(ed is iy Liulun, hatve you nout?"'
"'I have."' sihe anlswe(.red(, looking at
huim siemiilly in lte e'ye, but spaking~
wvit ii USiilit tremlor ini 1her tones. I
wond~er('il to1 what it intight he du11.
Was It becnuse she feared the conse
quenices of thle revehiio a11) s to her
ideniitiy, or wais It thailt shte feaired she
taight he trapped by his questions?
"Now tell mle, Mrs. Moore," lhe shot
Ut her1 explosive(ly. ''who really mur
dle:'d Daisy Lutan?'"
"H1enry Kent1," she answered gll
hy, btefor'e the dist rlct attorneoy had
time1 to stop hIer.
"Wh'lat's tis?" cxcilimedl the judge.
"Wh~at di you say?"'
"'Obje'ct ! object !" v'oelfe'rinted the
di1st rlticttlorney, striving in vait to
caltch the at tentiion of the judlge p~re
sat isiled with the r'esults of his ques
tion, stood thlere, smlilin~g aissuranlce
"Yotung wyoman," dIirected the judge.
'Avill you kindly repenet your Inst
staitentent-louder'i. Who did( yot say
kIlled Uisy LA~utn?"
The girl tturned to face thte judge,
-Ier lIps were set as If shte had deter
minled to carry' out some11 fixed plant,
cost what it mIght.
"Dnisy' Luitan," she rep~entedl, "was
murdered by Henry Kent, who ownms
tihe Grandmcdeck,. Hie's really Orville
Grantders, the bank president who got
away with . eight hunidred thousand
dollars andti was sent upi for seventeen
Trhere wgini conmmotion 1t4 the rear
of the coulrtroomn. A dapper little old
gentlemn wIth neatly trimmed wvhite
whiskers rose htwtiiy and made a
daish for the door. Glo-man, who had
heer% sitting behind- hint, sprang after
him and pinioned him by the arms:
"Nothing doing, Granlders. I'ye got
Wick, sitting uIp near the counsel
talble, at thle same time shiowedl evi
dence that he, too, was contemplating
hasty flight, but a husky c'hiip whiomi
I suispected oif being one of Gortmant's
aides, seized him, too.
"Your honor," cried my couinsel, "I
demand the issunnee of warrants at
once for Orville Granders, alias Hentry
Kent, and htis confederate, James Wil
son, allas. James WVick and 'Stufty
,Continited on Page Six,)
SIHOTS WHITE' 11A N,
THEN FIRES ON SEl11a4
Negro Also ('lhnr ged iihI Sh'iiiootlii:.
Jntoll Trulck, Killing loiaiin.
(reenville, Jiuly 8.-Charged With
killing a negro woman on the Green
vi ll--Iendersonvilie highway, 20 milegs
above Greenville, and with shooting
and seriously Wounding a prolmillent
farmer of that section, after Which he
shot himself blut received only- a slight
Wound froill the bullet, Cliff lawkins,
age 22, was placed mnder arrest last
night by Sheriff Willis.
I lawlkins .was taken .to the city hos
pital, suffering from a scall) Wound
caused by the bullet he Ilred at his
own lead. Ilis condition today is r
ported as good, and he will shortly be
removed from the hospital to the
The uegro wolian, Josie C rai:.
whom Hiawkinls, it Is charged, killed,
was a niemiher of' a pienic party of
negroes traveling in a truck When
Oie, shots were ilred into th party.
The woman died ten minutes later. Af
ter this shoo i ting, the sh riff .went to
work on the case and talked With \it
1iam Mlorgan, a prominent farimer of
the tipper section of the county,
among others. Ilawkins went to see
Morgan atfer the sherift's visit, asked
him 'What he had told the sheriff, then
shot hiii once in the throat. Morgan's
condition today is serious.
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