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VOLUME XXXVI. LAURENS, SOUTH CAROLINA,; WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1920.NUBR1
. HARDING SWEEP!
Election Returns Slow In
Returns at Min10ht tant Night1 Indi
cated a HIarding ILndslide iI the
fast With Ioth New York and Ohio
iII Ills Column.
* y Phone from Index-Journal,
* Greenuwood *
Goo. White, I)emocratle chair- *
* an, concedes Harding victory. *
Dispatch from 'Iayton, Ohio, *
States Gov. Cox has no statemUent *
* o make but, his newspaper car. *
ries headlines "liarding Wins." *
Late wiires regard Harding
electiol at cerilini.
* * * * * * ..* * * .. * * *) 4"
Political fanls who watched the bul
letin board last night were disappoint
ed at the meagre returns received ip
until a late hour antId went home with
out knowing much more about the
election than when they came. Inudif
ferent counting all over the nation and
slow reports of managers eividently
made it diffleult for the news centers
to get an early line on the olItioie.
Shortly before midnight last night,
reports out of New York were to the
effk"l that IHarding had swept the lEast
and North by big majorities. Cox had
secrt'oi thle usatl southern states, but
tha'1 the West was practically unheard
fro. Ilariding was reported as carry
:i:z Now York by a t retntodu major
I,% aswell as Ohio.
Metropol1ittn paper last night re
. l ldin 's election as certalin.
N4th Carolina, 7:50 p. m---lteturns
very slop.; indica tions point to uitIver
il ly heavy vote; heaviest Democratie
!n.iorily in l'istory of State. What
f-oIntit' reported give Cox 9,.127;
from Itopublic:wn '. :-- I trer
Psina oI publicarm i o or 75-,1:,..
AXrkant::::. Inodientir' ii. .y y'ou..
A Y ":na i I )emo.( i as ustal.
Thu- Daily Ne'ws, Demlo
S:y l : rturis from C('hileago
n' u iiil(ate I lailding. will carry
tuc, --1.79-1 Districts, Harding
n ) : ' ittieIs o1 1;32, lkarding
9:; Cox .(0(1( t 1 2 . iad1l.
. o -IlrryM. Doull ry mne:11ber
ktIMWhIC;1an campa)1ign omii do..
Aied '. ' N rth1( I'tl Sit :1at 1 d tAe hot-.
deI ' t:..es of M1rtylald, West VIl gilnt.
1\' !: icky. .\lissourli a d'(l probalbly Okia
72 pre''ciaiets of 2:;5 . I lardling
; ('ox .,2N..
-tausettl s- -2's I )btijcbs of 2).
t Vitginia- 2 -ielinets 4)1
S itlh Dakota --. tl- iie~s of
7 7 I i aird in g I,i; ;7.('\
hit tion .littrkel Nroge
A I t'5 r V severallays of wi~a 1neis, ti(
(-sti ont mark' t showed ren ewed
r,~ .\l omtiay. when local sp'ot.'
'-4 :it to 22 ents after having fallen
a:fi st to the 21 cenits tmark IFridtay
andI Ma turday -Yesterday t he stoelt
ma rkets werte closed and nio report.s
wcre( r'eleive from. New York anti
New Orleans, butt local butyers eon
1ta'.ed to pay ariou nd 22 cents. Sat
it utay antd .\onday 'werec the bIggest
cton dt ays of thne season, wagons ani
triucks mtov'ing In all (lay loadled witl
niew ('tol bales. A (onsidlerale
am~oun it was soldl, butt a great miajorit3
of that receIved went into the ware.
Opens New Oarage
Tihomasion's garage is a new estab
11shmenit opening up i~ the Ropel
building jutst beIng combletedl oni Wes
Laurens street oppOSite the Red Trt'o
Itacket store 'No. 1. Mr. J. F. TFhomn
,tton is the nproprletor. The nev'.gar
age wIll make a specialty of repalrini
i THE EAST;
URNS FROM WEST
Il P"ESHY"T R1 A NS (WNElAOUS
C( oliege Presilent Praises Spirit of
Lnurens Church inl Supportlm Edu
In the la.t issuc of Tle Clinton
Chi4nicle Dr. Davison M. Douglas,
president of the Presbyterian College
of South Carolina had a let-ter praising
very highly the spirit of the Laurens
church in suplporting the educational
campaign now being conducted in the
Synod. -His letter was as follows:
Editor The Chronicle,
Clinton, S. C.
"I have been very closely connected
with the 'Mlliion Dollar campaign ever
Aince it was begun In South Carolina.
We canvassed Laurens last week and r
want to say that it was the easiest
town I have ever canvassed. I have
never seen people give more willingly.
Laurens is the first large town can
!Nasse(d this fall. The committee felt
vcry anxious about its success on ac
count of the financial sluimp and the
present price of cotton.. 'The town
was asked for $20,000, which was not
a large amount last year, but is a
mut ch larger subseription this fall. At
the en1d of the first day we had $1.3,000
and by the end of the fourth day over
the $20,000 was subscribed.
The pOpole of Laurens have felt the
financial slump just as others have and
are depressed by the price of cotton.
However, in f'ice of these facts no
body tried to avoI(l youl or make you
feel like beggars. When we wvent to
'we the mnenl they were rea(y to talk
to us. Some explained that hey were
Part; and felt that they could not af
could have done a year ago, but they
still wanted and expected to (10 their
Pamrt; and fet that they could not af
ford to It t!he campai1"n fai!. A num
br lav as muchi as $1 ,l'lt anil somne
If all the' to'nls of the state w.-ill be
as liberal as Laulenls has been and
met the (nnvassers as cordially, the
I!;): will not nly be a grlat :me
b*1' th . V inint up ( he work
kc"rInh tile fareLt
I l'en 11 lit-enls
- ph# m) i. ') tadtri of thlei l
t... . . . who not only 1urged his
it I C"I''n !iralsubription
' -i-m .-:. . i se .
1). .L lmgllas.
.YIlNISTElil.it U-NION IM4.;i
D ElA it'T't- HE OF CO.WORKER i
'as lipsolutions1 of .Api'Nselatiln of
the I-ife and Seniees of lev. Jaimles
L .el.i .
At a reelt meeting 1 iof t I.aurens
.\IinistP:ial l'nion tile fo1h:-'.ing resolu
C . i wer 111r and ordered sent to
I .. .J:am I.. .\lel'!n whose health
(omliH!rd h'~im to. ;<ve - p, pastoral
du1ties hi:. a 0ow week >c. am ~il take
upj 1 hi i( \, th .10on in Al
F . Linlm, oni al
I: h 2 , ha.;sie
- ailn Laurmeni. anid i:
S-t: '' i- midst, we Itis fel lowv
o0 exprs ourPS r).: 'ret at
Iboh ton oft his oetlimanIs tial
10 the hligh: (.alling, wherewvlb lhe is
hIm and his devoted wife and1( coin
imieni him to the good-will atnd 9his
t1an fellowsip of all among whom lils
lot may be cast.
Respietfully ~ submitted,
Tau rnls .Cnisterial i'nion.
f'. T. St Ities, Sl'rtarly.
"Judge'' John WV. F'owler was piarad
lng around~ -thie streets Monday mornti
lng in a nicely creasedI, pearl gray stit
ot clothes, lookIng so distinigishedi
that lie attracted the attention of all
passersb~y. When (O(tloned as to the
cause of all the "fusa," he replied
that lie bought the atuit sixteen years
ago in Spartanbureg andI was, still try
lng to beat down the high cost of liv
ingr with it.
JLAURENS JLICKS SIMPSONVILLE
Lniim liigh School Team Bients Green
ville County lunch 27 to 7.
The local high sclpool eleven easily
defeated the Simpsonville eleven onl
the local lel last Frid:v hv the score
of 27 to 7. In the first few minutes of
play two touchdowns w'ere inIade by
Laturens on forward passes, Woodside
to Barksdale andl Gaston This seor
lng gave the local boys confidence,
and from then on, they were never
headed. The bail was kept in Simup
sonville territory most Cf the .time,
with the exception of the last few
mintites of play, when they scored a
touchdown after Lattrens had put in
several of her second strong men.
Simpsonville outweighed L *aurens
at least ten pounds to the man, al(
On the field the visitors looked like a
college team in size. But they were
extremnely slow in rIunning with the
ball and seeied to be overconfident
or nervous, fumbling each - time on
receiving the ball froin t'e kick-off.
The Laure:. Crew m.. - I
What they lacked In weight and sim
vdly took the visitors off their feet with
forward passes, end runs and line
Po.r I Laurt'eni; the (en1tire teazj played
good bail. Bishop was the best.
grouid gainer in the hacklield. Wood
sidoe, althougl somewhat off ill his
punting, threw soni beautifu:l pases,
and carried the ball a ell for short
gains. Albright, at quarter, tile
smallest luan on the team. played a
great gaie. lie threw his 9'-1 pounds
of ,anatomy against the 17) pound half
back of the (' ely time aint aga in and
never failed to stop him. 'Harksdale,
at left end caul.v0it forward passes ae
etilrately and one time cut off a touch
down for Siinpsoiville witlth a bealt!
fiul flying taclile, dovin-: Austin, af
I er a foty ylar'd tin,. w.itin a few'
yards of the liaurens goal. ;'irown, at
tceiter, did some of tite eittieSt tas.
ling seei thi; se'asoni oil the iw'
field. lie se.i'aed to get into learly
overy\ 1;lay, and nievvir failed to 1-e(t
his man. The Si'Ilnuvilte teann is
composed of a bunch of maily you ing
tienl( and played a clain gaime, taking
tiheir defa'a gruce, tll:-. Their stars
were A1.0;n and 11.lendesonl, ..
Th. ('-Sis of the gatme are giveni
Lauirtevp; 27: '-;imp-aonville 7
itartksh-le -'(Left it:nd ........ )illard
Ii- S-L . .' i aek . ..........Wii tI
Goodwi---1eft Guard ...........odd
Gwin-Aiight Gluardtl ..........Smith
Jessee--tieh Taifkle-.---llerson, [[.
G'atoni-igit End .......... Watson
Albright---Quarter flack (leiderson. .1.
Bishol---itight illa a lack ..... Austin
GHlnn, Ml.-L~eft Hlalf Black ...\lay-lield
i Woodside-Full Hack ........ .owler
Su bst tt ion s ot' Naul reis: p.
(lennti - for' Ellis. Thompson for A1.
I(lenn; Wallace for Jessee.
T 'lime c'f ( 1i.ar-ters- -l?12 minutles;
ileferee, OwCs. Clemson: I'tompire,
A'leAlit'r, Clemison; Ileadlinesmnan,
I Ianuirenis .iee s (Ontiey Iere' Friday'
f'romt a ffntiy on thte local iel lridiay.
Gaffnetiy h as one of' thle strtotngestI
tama ini lie a uper' tart of thle Statea,
hl:'ving' hield Greenville to three toteh
down) and'tt t s'oingiL otne then'O ir, lv.
ahmoti matah thto i~aur'ents hoys ini
'i'iis Thha time wil ht one' oai tat'
haph--al on)! t' :chtd'ula i or t ht lt Iocal
going a't folr revenige. 'lTheyt wil p~ay
a mutachl beitter' gaite thtan thiey di
buast I ':iday. toir thet mien will the ablie
tai ~iIiatted -ac'ti('e more tregatitly mi
wet L, :r'ati the injuria-ls to Btowt,
'a' e i:utava'd lby that time.
Th'le largest acrowd of thte season
I hlottld be n ItandI -to w'Iiness thc
gonie . Theli I.attren s eleven, slow ainr
geatt Ing star ted, is tnow lalayi ng it
chaa anshipil formt, atnld deserIves Ithi
patr'ao:,ge of the pubtllic.
The' T.aime wvii l called at :::! I
it. Tlinhe'ts wil Ilihe soldn at 25 an .t11h
A iead (Crosa pagt'att f:'atur'Iin~ tx.
Serleie mletn, Red .Cross overseat
nultrses andt pictutring miany phiases 01
the late war, willl lbe given at flit
WVoodrutf high school TJhur'sday even
inig, November 4th, at 8 o'clock. The
public is cordially Invited to attend.
iPOLLED IN CITY
Largest Vote in Iecent Years for
Genlera ( I'lection. Wolneja SWell
The largest vote since radical (lays
Nw as polled In tihe city yesterday for
.ittional offices. The 'democrats cast
451 ballots and the republicans 27. Of
the 27 republican ballots, 25 were for
the Tolbert ticket and 2 for the Bla
The women voted early and late, be
Ing the first to reach the polls and
among the last to leave. 'Mrs. N. C.
rifughes was the first voter to cast her
ballot, she having reached the polls at
7 o'clock, one hour before the polls
opened and before some of the man
agers had arrived.
Among others who cast their ballpts
here were Gov. and Mrs. Cooper, who
caie up from Columbia, and Senator
N. I. Dial, who caie down from
Practically no returns were received
freom over01 IAn 0nonty letC ""Crlt wnttu
.\lills precinct relported 68 ballots
with 68 for Cox and 0 for Harding.
Although the ballots on the constitil
toial amnt tdimentIs were not. counted
as inighbt, it is generally under
stood thIt 1a1l of til amunendimn uts were I
c('arI'ied utnaniiiiously, fcw pco;!le tak
ilg any interet in them and fewer
loowinig much about thel.
T )''iloeocr'atic itemIIels voted on
NICoii Dhtitant Smith for Uinited
St Ievs sllate, iwtort A. Coopey for
OVr'lnO, \\.on1 G Ia for lieu
t(,n1:11nt govern11or. W. .ankis Dove for
(CrIt.aIy of .,;atv. Salm l :'. Volfe
for attorney genierialI, Wfi ter i. Dun
can for com1ptroller wi en l. Samuel
T. Carter for state Joihirer .hn P.
S'wea IriIren flor --tate superintendent
of 1eduation, W. W. .\loore for adju
t' inmt general, B. Har
' :'min ner' of agriculture
d ''r:.: \V. :haly for railiroad com
1'. -1.1 addition to these the
' and county officers ap
ion he variois coity tickets
onal nominees were as fof
!0V ''. Turner Logan, Fiirst Dis
.. mes F. Byrnes, Se.'d dis
trdIf. Dominick, TirdI dis
t .1. McSwain, Fourth dis
ti et -'. Stevenson, -il'th district;
-'hiljp 'toll, Sixth dlstrict, and 11.
I'- . Seventh disticl. Soli
totl aiso oa red on the county tick
('is sent out I by the state )emocratic
Thi(e imost important voting was for
tihe Presiden ital Ieletors. Tie Il)emo
cratic party had tit following ticket:
.\lacbeth Young. John P. Bolt, S. M.
Held, 1. I herman Lightsey, W. .1. Gas
ton, W. S llall, W. .1. Crossland, Joe
Sparks and Kennteth Baker.
Thirty-three constitutional amend
Iments were voted on, the major-i3y of
these affecting local conditions. One
amendment propose's to chtanige t he
fiscal'year fronm .anua.Vry I to Julily I
and1( state 0111leer and111 the Leaigue of
Womtent Vroters ar iuiirginug the leoplec
to vote for thisi. AlnothIier amiendment011
b~ lroin~~g to place all ('oDunlty 0111
r 5n ali .talary'3 basis and1( this is CalI
ltatedl to cre'(abe interest.
H r Jdo' F Si.\ Arlat: i (D, il) l'.:1ia
It Ilt N 1(31 iN IG F it til Fi fiNDD I .:.
ID.ll of iirg .lhn Teg.. o .\dam 'ott;'lled
A D.liseas Ito .\rse lle oeresi liea
Spin'g' tu'telttillhs br otifIid byl
athriie atWt Wa5101 sito ith '1'atte
bodyt oft his son,5 S et Joh'0' n Tomi
.\dams, 1who( was kIlled iverseas Atis
France, SepIt. 27, 19 I8, julst lpreviouis to
the assallt on the l iindenburitg line.
The fuinorl services will he hueldI at
PoI'lalr Spirintgs church''I 50 soo ifter thte
For'd (Car Stolen'i
A pria('lically3' new Ford toutring ear',
belongIng to .\lr. W. W. .Year'gln, of
Gr(ay Court, was stolen fromi in front
o (f the caut han3 m Satur:day morning
-t and has3 not1 beeni heardI iol sin51ce. Mi'.
Yeargin camte downi iln thie moin~lig
anud wvhen lie staritetd to return about
d 1linner3 time lie could not flind his eat'.
The piollce and sherIf were notIfied,
buit the thIef had gotten awvay before
-he coulrd bn loaten1
Wife of 'I'. S .lan1gs.on Ilied at F11amil;
Ilomie it 31adden Wednesdytv.
Mrs. 'Nlary A. Laingston, wife o
'i'lToias 'S LAingstonl, a1 leading citize
(if the county, died Wedneliay noon aI
the( faimtly hlomle at Aladden,. four mnile,
south of Laurens, after an illness o
aliut two weeks. The funeral wa:
held Friday afternitoon at 2 o'c lock al
P'rospect ilaptist chirch, of which Alrs
liangston had been a usefill and val
tied memlber for years.
.\Mrs. Langston was the eldest daug1
ter of the large and influential Laur
ens county family of Whartons ol
which State Senator John It. Whartor
of Waterloo, a brother of the deceased
is a member. She was twice married
her first husband being Robert Hud
gens, who died more than 40 year
ago. William 11. Hudgens of Madder
is a surviving soil of this union. Ii
addition to her husband, T. S. Lang
ston, the deceased is also survived by
two daughters, lisses Carrie and ALa.
mieLansto. tachre n te count-.,
public schools, a11d one step-dauighter
Mrs. .1. D. IPryson, of Aladden and by
on1e sonl, Dr. Alva 11. Itangston, a ilis
sioLary teacher and preallher inl Ric
fie .mteira. irazil, who is at home oi
a visit, and by one Step Sonl. I. Judsoi
*igston of, Aiadden. Tw"-o brothers
Polonel Whartoi, of Waterloo and NleI
\ii Wharton of Aiken oulity, and twc
sisters, .l s. F. 1. Fuller of Aloun
v'il], and li's. Ella Illiudgens of Knox
v*Ile, Tenn., also survive.
' X '.ItIs 31AY SEEK
A ID FRO.1 ('ONMlI.:SS
\dd(1ific m:1 ('recdits~ i'or 31anrket ingu 0
('rop-; is De ired. Federal Bonrd
1 menct is ( h'hanet4rized no
Wash1ington, Oct. 2'.--Itepresnita
tives of far1mmi inter;all i h me!
heire today to consider h;it actiol
shIold hev 1ak0,1 to obtain additiona,
credits for the4 imlaiketing of thieil
(rops, said they mihiit d''ide to as],
aid of Congress when it met. nex1
Iolth. The (b1irence 'eceived a re
I;ortI from th coillittee wlich re
mlainled Over in, 'WaIshingtonl from tht(
I.ist famine vs con fecrnce and receive
file stateiient of the fecer'al ie-s-rv
boar'd's policy wit hi I'SPct. to erol
lepresenting the national board 0o
farml 1.management, Charles \\. Ilia
'hiarcterized the boari'd's statement a
"the same old bunk, iseles ;ald .i'l
imental." ti eclared 1111ta si Sep.
temliber the prices of 'll 'ss e
cet clothinig and farm prodle, j1111
ris-enl and thlat tee "m enatt
A committee to dve w'ry' .m
i(ans of crop finainliig w,1 ailt
point~ed and will report. 1ater. I
h eaded by .Jolin Tromble of Kans
Wh(euter the farmiers will seek anotii
con ferece wvithi goven Ime nll Iillt. olliih
has not been determined.
Prank .\lorrison, secrtary of 'iI
Amer( iicani Jedera'i'on 01 of Ihnl oi, il
that the federation was ini symilmthi
witht the (fforits of farmlers toi get siut
their Croi atnd dieclai, ('d "'profit(eing~l
lInjg flllmoan, F4ecr'etary of ab .\li
Itd tha t1thii 'orgaizlat iaw n114 i-m
\aihy withI lth i farm ee fiots.i( 1(
SI T'h'eo oiftni sen 11. iry f'invitmii
to he Russ1 ianii1)51 o-plie of 1( . 1111
onw Yor' - IiII p sn reeshe~' ienv i:
iiho he fin'hus giOp
tlts. to 1110 1 h4)Sa i'tan lini the to s
hi'a hsmband, ls e when sh iI'lo
fe had0 ie 't n lba enk izz Iof he omj
(n1 Nofrthi Ilaes stree S1her' owas clean
bring ther.a Sinc the hou's'td'repari
hasy bte moting toSiartanhwull ts j'i
her husbande whe ill' h 1e ste pC e onls a1C
flt is still grtundti bmneah, brakin
one 'on heri legs n 1i rtes coverel
barisith her.0Sinto the a1111idt
last en, gettinglng to thel Oscob
bt eect sntotr theciemsaces
lasltient atcarding tonte.ctb
British Troops Give Sinis
In Presence of Church I)iguatarles
Body of Lord Mayor Was Lowered to
Last. Resting Place. No Inceints of
Violence or Disturbance.
Cork, Oct. 31-In the presence of
surpliced church dignitaries, scores of
his former comrade -volunteers and
thousands of his countrynen, the body
of Terence MacSwiney, lord mayor of
Cork, was lowered to its resting place
in the "republican plot" In St. Fin
barr's Cemetery just outside Cork,
Oultsice the cemetery, hidden by the
enormous crush of towlsCpeople, two
ariorerd cars, their machine .guns
ready and a half-dozen torries filled
with flily eq uipped soldiers, were
drawn up at the roadside, iniparting a
sinister air to the otherwise solemn.
proceedings. 'But, dIIring the transfer
of the body from the city hall through
the streets lined with Crowds to St.
.a ry's Cathedral and (u ring the pro
cession from the cathedral to the con
etery there was n'. an incident of vio
lence or distiurb'iance.
The body was burried beside that of
former' Lord Mayor MacCurtain, who
Was assassinated. A few yards away
arc the gratves of .Joseph Murphy,
adtornedl with an American flag, and of
two oier Irish repn1hlican soldiers.
Murphy, like MacSwine, died a hun
Archbishiopi Ilaity of Cashiel, occti
Ipied the th1one ill presiding over the
erei Iinem ina ini St. Mary's Ca
tiedgal. The colin1, over which was
draled thlo Iri;lh repiuliic'an flag, rest
ed on a catfahtite covered( wIt, pall,
with a !iu li :md)([ cros-boon'e, on either
side, such 1 1 iz used at ite obseqiies
of hiil church imen. 1he athedral
was fille'l and thoulands of persons
were llim-.d Il I he adjacent streets.
Ihe two*1m ile r'on'te of tie proces
Sion fr-omil the cathedral to the ceme
t w WaVs solidily llaiked biy thotisads
of pIesons Who )ha red their heads as
'I:h '' fladraed asket, borne oil tihle
shoulers of the mayor's irothers and
intilate friends, passed.
Whein the ser'vices at the cathedral
rn ded and tie procession, formed lit
der the supervision of t(e IrIish volun
leers moved off slowy13', cuiiiich bells
all over the city began tolling. One
liindre(I and ight pliests headed tle
proces.s'ionl. Tlhey w,,er'e fol lowed by
arolyte nd high chur h dignitaries.
Then cam11e two flow er-hiurdened
ahes a 'ompany of .oltunteers
dressed ill citizens (I( lties, and 5
r'ri'Wes with wi~omeIn mourneriI Is.
Vunelrs. rachi of thiemi ('arr'iyinig
fora'l jolee'. f'ormiied an oiler ('1olR
lin r'ach side of te piressioni.
Asthe clergy wire filiing away fi-om
th e''i grvisirdi after'1 fte body lui been
low er'ed, six m1en whon wer adminit ted
'AihIiin thei ci'rh- i'orm~ed lby Ithe volunii
t(er' took hlositions iver the grave,
Irl I a rii er',i saliiuut' o three vo(lleyVs
ani ih-nly it V tih'w.
Mr ilih in ayine a tributi e 10
hiou 'y' Ijfe wo rk ini the' survie
of 1h e h aej iui -I deld t hat JoanIR
of~ Art, ' n ouN It:I in th Ile martyref'i'd
Mr John Mi'le a verty famliliarr fig.
ure aroulnd town diirled suddenly3 of
hieairt failumre .\loniday ev~eninig about six
-out'coc. tie was appiar'ently in good]
he! aith whein he went to his home af
ter'I th da' tly' work, bulit took suddenly
away. T he funeral w'as held( y'ester
day a ftern'ioon at thie Laur enls ceimeteriy,
thle services bel fg cornduc(tedi by Rtev.
C'.'. ii. ITemlieimani and no',v. C T.
iSir ies. The dbeceasod is stirvjoie by
hiis wife anid fou r smalli clil drien. Mi'.
Milleri was thie driver and colleetor
for' the laundr'y. Ie wa'1s of a kindhly
and1( frienudly dispositlon anid his dheathl
w 'as generally r'egr'etted over' the city.
r Mi's. A. K. -1inar'd, of Clinton, has
s beenf sponding several days tn the city