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----. WEDNESDAY, O 1 1
VOLUME XXXVI. LAURENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, OENSACTOBER 13 1920NUBR1
FARM[RS CAL[D ON
Subscriptions Wanted for
.Farmers and luinttless Men Asked to
Mert in the ourt flouse Saturday
* A fternoon lo Subscribe for Stock lin
Cot-ion Exportig Corporation.
A meeting of farmers and business
men of the county has been called by
C. A. Power, chairman of the county
association, for Saturday afternoon at
o'clock to secure subscriptions for
the American Products lxport and
Iip1ort Corporation, the $10,000,000
corporation now being formed under
the direction of the American Cotton
Association to relieve the Iresent de
pression in the cotton market. Con
l mteen have already been named to
so;i. stock in the county and they are
-:p'!ted to get to work at once in
o(rd. I r 1111ce -A ;low!ng at t110 meet
i ib held Saturday. The commit
t '. i'i 6ach townliipit are named be
low and each committee is authorized
to appoint sub-commlfttees in order to
canvat; tile county more thoroughly.
iAaurens-Dr. W. 11. -Dial, J. 'L. -i.
Irby, (. II. Bolt.
Youngs--J. W. Lanford. S. ). Nlar
tin, J. 13. Cook.
Dials-_L. A. Armstrong, R. 0. ,1Iunt,
W. W. Yeargin.
14lullivan-N. 13. Wood, J. Frank
Davis, J. M. Sumerel.
WAuterloo-W. L. Cooper, (. M.
-Moore, J. C. Smith.
Cross iill-T. .l. Pinson, C. D.
Nance, W. S. Achison.
H-unter---J. M. Simmons. C. R. Work
man, Chancy 'W. Stone.
.hkics-T. R. Johnson, . F. Cope
land, J. N1. Hatton.
Sciiffletown-W. [). Byrd, J. S. Craig.
1). A. Glenn.
The objects of he corporation, as
painted out Ly one familiar with its
.n,, are as follows:
Tho corporation Is to handle cotton
chiefly at firAt but plans later to in
clude corn, gra-in, tobacco, peanuts
and] others, inasmuch as the cotton
association is encouraging diversiflea
tionl of crops.
The chief purpose of tile Comloration
is lo create a direct market from the
producer to tit consulier.
A large portion of the spindles of
Europe are idle because they have not
the funds with which -to purchase cot
ton. Therefore, Eut-ope, one of the
' largett consumers of low grade cotton,
- is now, and has been for several years,
out of the market. A representative
of one of the European Governments
has stated that it was their desire to
(Il direct ryrith the cotton producer,
and that If the cotton producer would
frnish the op.&or'tuniity w heteby they
mnighit secure the needed oetton at th'is
ime, his countrmy wouldl never forget
the kindnmess, and he wvas positive it
woulId meanI tihe -beglunlig of a perma--~
nhnl arangemeent whereby cotton
(could be sold (lirect from tile prioduicer'
to his mills.
Thecre is, at tile present time, a large
a mou nt or low gradie cotton held and(
unsold in thle cotton blelt, and there
is ani unpi lrecedenlted dliffeorence hn
prien for tilt respectivye grades. TIhis
di1ff erence or sl ack ini tile price shlould
be malterial ly rimducled ais soon 0 as lhe
low gradle cot toil begIns to move toI
urope~l'. and 11( lsi corplorat ion shcubl11
be the meicdiutm for doing SQ.
The cveosed cnpital of the expart
fod(1 ji ort c'iorpiora tion is $1 0,000t,0,t~
this to be' dtividedi into shanres of t he
l''V)r v i rf $10 each. The~ sulbs.crip
tIc n:a are payabl,1e ini enish, iAberty
Uo nsu at their mia rket vauie or coce
ait its malfrket value.
l~very sutlscriptionl is to be accom -
paied10 by a Proxy which iruni' until
I ec'rm' P or :t I, 1922. I t was deemedco
w' is(e to haveOI iti proxy fori the periodl
su:ggested for tile reason tgiat thterr
wvill he nuinerous unfriendly intmrestst
to thle proposition of cr'eatig a dIirect
mat'rket for thme :producer to the Conl
samer, 'wh'o will subscribe to stock inl
c:r thait they may keep themselves
fully lufIformed. from time to .time, of
t he 1tr nlscetton3 and( bulsliness methods
of ihr- Cor'por'tion, with a yiew of
.evn-tualily throttinin 'ta nerainti
MIS ANNIE GILIKEI(SON
SElder Iaughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. II.
(ilkerson Passed Away Early Sun.
.1-iss Annie Gilkerson, tie eldler
dauighter of Mr. and A1l-';. W%'. 1-. GIl
kersoil, passed away at the family
home in this city -Sunday morning
shortly after one O'clock. She had
been In a critical Condition for several
days, death bringing to an end a period
of intense suffering which she had
borne uncomplaningly for months and
which several operations and the best
of medical skill faitd to relleve. The
funeral services mwcre held, from the
hcuse Sunday afternoon at 3:30 o'cock,
being conducted by her pastor, Rev.
A. E. Holler, of the First Methodist
church, assisted by Rev. Samuel 1-1.
'Templeman,- of the First Baptist
chusch, and Rev. C. T. Squires, of tie
'First Presbyterian church. A mass of
beautiftul flowers sent' by friends and
placed upon the grave by menbers
of her missionary society attested to
the love and esteem which bound her
The active pall hearers were .lessrs.
It. F. Fleming, J. F. ilarney, W. R.
Richey, Jr., L. G. Halle, E. 0. Ander
son, J. WN'. Dunklln, Gus Babb and .1.
Turner Martin. The honorary pall
bearers were 'aji W. A. Watts, J. W.
Todd, J. ii. Suillivan, C. iH. Roper, Dr.
J. .11. Teague, If. Terry, 0. It. Simmons,
-Dr. If. K. Aiken, C. E. Kennedy, W. L.
Gray, S. M. Wilkes, Dr. V. IV. Fergu
son, .1. F. Tolbert, -11. It. Nickels, AW.
R. Richey, .J. F. Bolt and T. C.
The deceaseod is survived 1)y her
parents, two brothers, Y. -S. Kilkerson,
of Greenville, and John L, of Laurens,
and onl sister, Mrs. M. G. Lancaster,
The deceased was noted for her
fldelity to religious work and her
home duties One of her last acts was
to direct that her dues to her mission
ary society -be plaid in full. She took
a deep interest -in lRed Cross work dur
in'; the wiar and it -is thought that
overwork in this cause hastened the
alinroach of the (isease ewhich brought
oil the end.
LOSES TO ABIIHE VII1LE
Loenl Team Puts lp Scrappy ('ontest,
But Falls to Score. Oame Friday
A fternoon Wi1. Andi-erson,
The Ie3'ons high school eleven was
defeated by the Abbeville high school
elcven on the AbbevileI grounds -Frl
day afternon by a score of 1:3 to 0.
The game was characterized by scrap
py playing throughout, the Laurens
bo.'s piultng ul) a stiff defense inl spite
of their 'defeat. The Abbevillians
scored ill the second and third iuar
ters, but failed to kick goal on the
second touch-down. Tate and IHarris
were the star. of the Abbeville team,
while Woodside, Albright. Poole and(
Barksdale were the stellar 'performers
for the locals. Poole had an arm
broken in the early part of the 'game
and had to\withdraw.
'Tie locals willl play tile Ander'son
high schol on thle league 'baseball
'Troundl Friday afternoon at 3:30
o'clock. Tile younggsters at'e expecting
a big t urnou t to witness the gamte and1(
aid -in fInancIng the team.
Tile WEdnesday Clu~b will meet 't~his
aftern1oon1 at -1 o'clock at tile home11 of
and( again for(' ing tile producer to sell
used( for' tile marlketinlg thereof.
Itale 4'ottont Prices
it is at'gtted thait the mlovemten t of
low gradi~e 'ot ton an~d thed 0)1 pnitng til
of thle *iutropeanl mlariket should have
tile effect of I incre'asinlg tihe. martket
i)rice (If all grad'ues of cottonl. There
fore, tihes ubiber'l)I will not 0on13 s0
cur le benlefit of earninlgs from ihis stock(,
bt shlould also secure the benefit of
n genrl r'ise Inl the mlar'ket effect ing
hIis pr'aent hold ings and faellities for
malrketing In-fturetl al less ex peinse.
If cotidn la iApledged ;with local l'&ks
aIu colatemalI foi' iloans, t he subhscr'iber
Yhould1( take up with -the bank thle
')ropositionl of the ban.3k r'eleasinlg a
reasonbleli parIt of thet cotton andl r'e
itlace samle wvith stock certifIcate as
collateral. A nuember of bankhs hlave
ngreed to -thi s, and1( in all lprob~ability,
lhe blankst throughout tile state will bo
glad to co-0operate .iln tile mlatter' for
It shoumld miean anl Increase in tile marli
lhet value of tile remlaining 'bales of
cotton held by the banks as collater'al.
CITY WATER NOW
NOw InstruMIent Iistalled to Get Itid
of Germ iI Drinking Water
taurons water drinkers, and this
has about come 'to Include all the pop
ulation since prohibition .went into ef
feet, may no longer fear the presence
of germsin their drinkn'g water, ac
cordng to a pronunclo Issued by J. 1M.
Philpot, superintendent of the water
and light department following an in
sipection Monday of a very sensitive
looking machine Just in'stalled at the
power house. The water will be geni
erally clear, but sometimes it may be a
little muddy after 'big rains as it has
been in the 'past, he said, but no longer
will the little animaculac be hiding
behind .the clods of dirt in the bottom
of your glass. Bat, drink and lbe rerry,
he said, for the little suns-of-guns are
dead and can't do any harm even if
they 'get inside. Mr.. Philpot rolficked
along something like this for soie
time, but his further words will not be
The instrument or machine is
known as a chlorlinator. By a very in
genious operation it discharges a cer
tain amount of chlorine gas, deadly to
the little germs, into the water as it
passes from the settling tank to the
sterilizer. The amount is sufficient to
kill all the germs, but not enough to
injure the drinking qualities of the
water. -While it does away with the
germ menace, it has nothing to do
(with clarifying the water of velgetable
matter or of removing the muddy col
or after rains. Improvellents along
this line are now contemplated and
may come at an early date. With this
instrument Installed, It i, thought that
the fear of germ contamination should
be removed. The instrument is one
similar to others now being installed
in all the modern plants.
VRACHElRS TO HEAR
DI. DUNCAN YOCI'M
Plains Goiig Forward for State Assu.
clatioi .Mee ing iII Spartanimrg
Rock JIlM, Oct. 9.-uitieco Gunter,
president of the State Teachers' asso
ciation of Souith Carolina, has Just an
nounced that lie has secured Dr. A.
'Dnuican Yocum, professor of educa
tional research at tho U'niversity of
Pennsylvania, for the speaker on the
State Teachers' association, to he held
inl Spartanburg Novem.ber 25, 26 and
27. Dr. Yocum Is widely known as an
educator and an able and attractive
speaker. South Carolina teachers are
to be coigratulated on having the op
portunity of hearin'g Dr. Yocum. lie
has been one of the popular speakers
at the N. E0. A. meetings of recent
A meeting of the local committee
with the president and secretary was
held litst week in Spartanburg. lavery
detail was carefully gone over.
Spartanburg is planning to take care
of the association in a very fine way.
The splendid musial numbers will be
one of the attractive features.
,Spartanburg 'boasts of good hotel
facili-ties, theoro being more than 600
homes of tile city whIich will be0 thrown
oplen to the teachers.
Thie 1:3 departmiental heads are al
ready workng on thielr plrogramls, in
terest-ing meetings are being iplannedl
for all these deparPtmenits.
Trho assocIation dunes are thle mie
as last yea r--4I for men~i anld 50 cenlts
for women. TIhese shlould be sent to
W. 'EC. filack, F0still, S. C., as soon1 as
.\dmirail Me(owanui iere
IHear Adimiral Samuel \'he(owau,
P aymastr Gi Ieneiral of t he N-tyy, hast
becen in the city for several days ,on
'business for', and in attendanice on
meetings of the hioard or Trustees of
Laurens Cemetery. lie left .londay
afternoon for Mars fill I to spend a
few hours before .taking the t rain
-there for Washington.
Meelinig of D). A. lI,
Tfhe Ilenry Laun is (Chapter, D). A.
it., willI meet l'riay aifternioon, Octo
ber 1.'. at 4 o'clock with .\lr's. .\l. b.
Simlith. All mlembhe rs are uirgen tly re
fluested to lie irOeent, ats buinessC of
imploiltance is to lie transacted.
.lrs. Iiroks Swygert, Sge.,
The Missionary Society or i ings
Chapel church will meet at Mrs. Pres
ton Abrams' Saturday 16th of Oct.
We desire every member present.
PASSES $200 3JAIth
SIxty-Fivve Dollars Added to Fund to
lelp Along In :)emoc1iwratie Fight.
The Democratic campaign fund
1-:4issed the $200 mark last week after
Alagisirate J. N. I'right had made a
partial canvas of the town gathering in
"Djemocratic Dollars". Mlr. Wright se
cured contrilutions amounting to $34.
In addition to this W. G. Lancaster
tiirned in 13 additional dollars; W. ft.
.leCtuen turned In $11 and L. G. Halle
$7, making a total for the week of $65.
Vrgeft appeals still come from Colum
bila and from national headquarters for
additional funds. Tie i)emocratic
campaign is being greatly hampered
by the lack of money aid much need
ed work Is being left undome on this
The following is the list of contriblu
tors up to Friday morning, the list for
the week being closed at that time for
reason of convenience:
Previously reported ...........$151.00
Through W. R. McCuen
J. W . Todd ................. 1.00
J. 1). W atts ............... 1.00
It. 0. .Jones ................. 1.00
.1. W. Dunklin ............. . 1.00
1'. If. Taylor ............... 1.00
I". S. Ildgens ............. 1.00
W . S. Power ............... 1.00
1). T. Jones ............... 1.00
T. '!). Lake ................ 1.00
W . It. .\tCCuen ............ 1.00
.1. W. Todd, J. . ............. 1.00
Tbrough L. 0. Halle
W . '11. lough .............. 1.00
.1. .\l. Barksdale ........... L.00
It. Ii. Terry . ............... 1.00
.\laribn W ilkes ............. 1.00
.liss .\Minnie Itogers ....... 1.00
L. ft. Blackwell ............. 1.00
L. G. Balle ............... 1.00
Through J. N. Wright
W . M. .Switzer ............ 1.00
Fred H1. Walker ............ LOO
(. I1. W oods ............... 1.00
J. N. W right .............. 1.00
C. E0. Kennedy ............ 1.04)
W. A. Moore .............. 1.00
.1. C. Owings ............. 1.00
L. Nye Owens ............. 1.00
S. ). Childress ............ 1.00
W. L. Teague ............. 1.00
NI. J. Owings. .............. 1.00
11. 14. Sorgee . .............. 1.00
W. T. itutledge ........... 1.00
.1. .lills Hunter .. ............ 1.00
.M . 'H. ilunter .............. 1.00
It. A. Stillivan ............ 1.00
G. F. Pulley .............. 1.00
1'. 'L. .loote ............... 1.00
If. T erry . .................. 1.00
Johi nman................ 1 .00
W . (". W ilson .............. 1.00
F. P. Babb ............... 1.00
F. .\l. Sm ith ................ 1 .00
.\l. L. Itoper ................ 1.00
H . .\1. ,Shell ................ 1.00
.1. A. Taylor ............... 1.00
It. -. hla,bb ................ 1.00
1. Lake .................... 1.00
.1. II. iludgens . ............. 1.00
'1'. 1,. Timmerman .......... 1.00
Mrs. ''. IL. Timmerman . . . . 1.04)
J. Iarl Langston .......... 1.00
M\iss .Henry Wright...........1.00)
TIhroutgh W. G. 'Lancaster
.\rs. Hf. L. Kennedy ..........1.00)
Mirs. W. U. Lancaster ... 1.04)
M\iss Willou Dofd .............1.00
TP. F. .Jones.................1.00)
-Crt. L. 10. ishtop ................)00
.\l iss Itebecca D ial .............I.00
J1. C. Shell 3................2.00
TI. D). D)arlington.............1.004
.\ 15. TF. D). Darl in gon .... 1.00
, lev. V. TI. Squir'es............ .00
.Jno. A. Franks.,........... .00)4
.Jamles C. Tlodd........ .......1.)0
Outim u lt(eport
The ginning report for -Lautrenis
(Cottnty. issu ed by the census d epatt
men t Oc't oher lih for thme pieriodl prior
to Septembit er 231th shmows that gin n ins
for thmis year have been considerablyv
Il('s than) for the samei( period last.
year. 'To Ihat~ date :3,1 37 hales had
beeni gInned, (fomlparedm to 6,068 gin ned
to thme same period last year. Ini the
state 171,151 hales had been ginned,
(com1paredl to 3304,947I to It! samte pe
lod laist year.
.\Iiss WVynona (lhan.y, who att(feed
the Woman's Mlissionary Union T1rain
ing school at Lauisville, Ky., last ses
son and who did( fIeld -work'as W. M1. U.
orgnlzer in Laurens Association the
past summer is now dloing missionar'y
work at Kannapola, N. C., a mill towa
of tea tihtmaiidr Inhnhitants.
Foiier Merh(nt. Of lnuren.s )ied at
tlie IIonme of Ills Sister, Neur Cold
Point Sunday Afternoon.
ir. Thad I1. -Nelson, for a nuiimber of
Year's a Ierchant of Laaurens, died at
the hiomec of his sister, Mirs. Leake,
near (old Point, Sunday afternoon fol
lowing an llness of many ionliths. lie
had been In declining health for some
time. The funeral was held at .lt.
Pleasant church Aonday afternoon,
being conducted by Rev. .lMr. Booth,
the Methodist minister of Waterloo. A
large nmumber of peele. including
many of his former friends of this
city, attended the services.
.\r. Nelson was a native of the
county. For a number of years lie
conducted a successf~il mercantile es
tablishment. in this city, but a few
years ago went to Nitowali, Tenn., to
be near his sons and there and at
l'ouisvile, Ky., iworked in railroad of
flees until declining health forced him
to return to this county -a few months
ago. le was a man of .many excellent
traits of character and had nmany
friends wherever he was known.
The deceased -is survived by two
sons, W. D). and Thad E., of Etowah,
Tenn.; and by one full sister. Mrs.
Leake, of Cold Point; two half
brothers, W. M,. Ilun lter, of Covington,
Ky., and .1. D. Hunter, of Barksdale
Station, and one half-sister, .mrs. i. 1).
Bass, of Kilmarnock, Va.
FORi .AC'(SED M.\N
New York Mob About to Lynch Ma
thlas. lItolw About Ills Neck
New York, Oct. 9.-Nathan Mathias
was rescut( froin lynching at the
hands of ' an infuriated crowd of
'Brooklyn residents today after a 1
year old girl had accused the man of
attompting to attack her. When po
live oflcers arrived on the scene a
noose had been adjusted about Mathias
neck and the other end of the rope
attached to a telephone pole.
The irl said Mathlas, asked her to
go to the second floor of a nearby
house and awaken a filiend of his.
When she went into the doolway the
man followed, she said, and gagged
When she screamed for help .\lathias
ran into the street, the girl followi
She told her stor to passersby and a
chase after Alathias was started, pur
s5itrs increasing until they numbered
The fugitive was finally tripped up
by a man who came out. of a garage.
A. rope was obtained an( plans per
fected for the lynching when two po
licemen arrived, and with drawn re
volvers, effected his rescue.
.lathias was huriied atway in an au
tomoble, arraigned in ciourt and held
without bail for further examination
AN EYE ON CllRCH'I'ES
koren Places of Worship are Sius
Seoul, Korea, -Sept. 1a.-The semi
officlal Seoul priess pr'ints an inter
vIew with a poli1ce depar'tment official
asserting that some. Korean places of
Chi'istlan worship were still usedl as
i'esorts by Koi'ean iol it ical ('onspiria
tors. The oflicial dIeclar'ed that, as the
restil t of i'e'ent arrests, thle aui:tinori
ies w'illibe oliged to keep an eye on
('hriist iian clhuri'ches and chial bil d..
Ani otilcial stateent says thle deei
sion is the 1)111glow thl of the arrest ot'
Dr. VI Wonsik, a Koi'ean medical pr'ac
lit ioneri an 111I I other Koi'cans on thIie
elharge of secretIig 51edit intis lit era
tiuie from Shianghiai in thle comphound
of the ('honigkyo chatpeI at IDoyomndong,
wvhichi is itn charge of the 1ter. Dr'.
Lerin~ iie, an I Ame 11 ean m(Lriiissiontary3 of
thle .\let ho~dist Clhurich South i. ,Suibse
(Iiently3, it Is chaiged. Vi Wonsik took
r'efusec in the chanl at insadoing whtieni
is in elharige of thle Rey, Alr.' 'la rke, oif
the NorthI P'rcsbyt etian .\l Issiin, tand
coincealIed in 'lie 'oaI sh~ed of thel( 'hap
cl ovei'r 1000 coiis oif thle Inudependil
Thei cre arie no0 elharges aga ills Amteri
icaii miissionariiies bu1t the police 'appia-.
rentl w:'"ishi to( have it ktnown that.
'Ihrii;t ian pr'opely in Korea will lie
subij ected to siitivei Illnc heincefor'th.
P'renjt-in~g ait Oray ('oiurt.
R1ev. C'. T.' Srluires wiii till his ali
pointm1uen t Lat 'D~orr'oh Piesbyterin
chuich, (Gray Coui't, next Sunday af..
tci'noon at 4 o'clock.
Narding Favors Cotton Ex.!
Wholehearted Indorsement of ilant
Order of Day. ttYorts to Organizo
AlabamIta, (corgia uand 31 Ississlpp(
1eetinig W1ith1 Success.
Ex-Gov. R. 1. Manning, nvho went
to Atlanta I'htrsday night for -a Con
ference tlere in regard to the organ
izing of the Cotton Exports corpora
tion In Georgia, Alabama and Allssis
sill)i, is expected to return today.
News at his ofilce yesterday was to
the effect that hiu mission had been
even more successful than he had an
ticlpated, and that all obstacles are
being mot and overcome in all of the
Governor .\lanning's oflice is in re
ceipt of numt Ilerous messages of en
couragement. Among some that have
come in are the following extracts
from letters and telegrams:
Victor Montgomery, Spartanburg,
financier and manufacturer: "I In
dorse the tmovement and think it. will
be a great betefit to both farmer and
manufacturer. If lower grades can -be
sold for export, will be very stimliu
lating to both goods and cotton."
W. L. Daniel, Saluda farmer and
public citizen: "I am interested in
the plan for handling cotton through
the corporation being organized to do
business on credit with central Eu
rope. I have confidence In such a
scheme, and I fervently hope that It
is the entering wedge that will dl
vorce the cotton farmer of the South
from the raids annually planned and
executed by the Northern bears."
W. 1. 0. Hlarding, governor of the
federal banking board, stated to a
committee of the American Cotton as
sociation that the federal reserve sys
tem is prepared for such credit expan
sion as may be necessary to move the
cro;s and called attention of the de
s(irabilitv of the formation of an ex
port corporation by Southern cotton
Do Everythinig In Power.
Ht. C. .attlews of Newberry, chair
man of tho -banking committee of the
Pouth Carolina Cotton association:
"You may rely upo\ me to do every
hilng in my power to be of assistance
in the formation of the piroposed cor
A New York banking house says:
"It is obviously much better to take'
Into exchange European bonds, guar
anteed by the governments, than to
allow this excessive cotton (the un
saleable low grades) to break the
market by super'abundance or' to re
main in the hands of the growecrs or
the present owners without sale."
l'ried S. .\unseli, state dlirector of
the New York ife Insurancc com
pany, in directing his agents to pro
mote the sale of the stock says: "o
gradle cot totn is now a drug on the
muarket . The mills of central E'urope
want this grade of ('otton and that is
the only mtariket for it. As long as
his low gradle cotton is le here It
will dci;ress thle marketi on Itigher
grades, andl is allways a men nec to fair
Itrad ing. The stock in this corpora
ion is a realI ittvP estent In a realI
buisnei.ss ventutre that will pay recal
dvidoetnds, otIside of the( gtreat. service
wIh lethte cotrpotration wvil Idio. T* feel
hat this is the permanent bas is of
the sairation of the South in the mar
keing of ('ott0n.'
A 'Iichidren't hcalth eonfetrence will
be hed at t he( Coi tou1se otn Oct ober'
22nd1 andl 23rid. All motht~ts with
chlildren't helteen0 thlie ages of thtree
mon1)th11 '1u(1 SIX yea rs are utrged to
brinug thiri ('hildren fot t his examilna-.
ion. .\V ox ogers. fled Cross Nurse,
asost ed by severa.'l ladlies in town, wvillI
we'ight and measure the chilldren, and
Sthe localI doctoris will exam inte antd
give necessary advice. A haby special
st wvill Ib' inl attendlance one dlay
;pro'baildy bot h. lthers wh'lo have
childten will) whtoolting cough or any
(ontagloiis dliseases arc trettested not
o bin g th'emo. All examinantions and
ndrine nt this conferencen are free.