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ANOTHER NEGRO GOES
BY HEIMP UOUTE
Charged with Assault on a WhIte Wo.
man; After Ranging, Body Riddled,
Kinston, N. 1C., Aug. 14.-A mob va
riously estimated at 1,500 to 2,000
armed men captured Jerome White
field, negro, changed with criminal as
sault on a white iwoman of Jones
county, and, after hanging him to an
oak tree by the roadside, riddled his
body with bullets, about noort today.
The victim of the alleged assault,
committed late yesterday, is reported
to have positively identified the ne
gro when he was taken to her home,
six miles from the Jones county woods
In which the capture was made this
morning. She is the wife of a promi
nent Jones county farmer.
The search, begun last night, fol
lowing the alleged crime about sun
set. was continued throughout the
night and until 11 o'clock this mnorn
ing, ,when the negre was seen to
emerge suddenly from a thicket. 1-e
was commanded to halt, which he did,
according to reports here. Then he
was placed in an automobile and
rushed to tile hom.. of his alleged vic
ti, who identiied him, bit cried,
"Please don't kill him here In the
yard," according to current accounts
of the affair. "We won't," inembers
of the crowd are said to have re
cponded. The negro was tahezn to a
point. a ie fron the home and
ha:wd m!: d :hot, after which the mob
dispersed., leaving the body hanginig
1). the neck to the tree. It is said
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tnr id '.: -. ( t' id of yrA'nr corns. If
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right owith.our R'nemoehs
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IRDDLES OLD FIELD NEWS
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Riddles Old Field, Aug. 15.-Rev. B
W. Thomason filled his regular ap
iolntment at Warrior Sunday, and a4
usual, delivered an excellent sermon
especially to those who were unsaved
Mr. Thomason will leave in Septem
ber for the seminary In Louisville. W<
regret very much to give him up.
Mr. and Mrs. Rivey Putnam, of Nine
ty Six, were visitors at Mpr. Lee West'i
Saturday night and Sunday.
Mrs. S. E0. Riddle, iw'ho underwen
an operation some time ago at Chic]
Springs, is reported to be .better ant
we hope she will soon be able to re
Mr. A. W. Rhodes had the misfor
tune of losing a mule Sunday after
Mr. II. 0. M1artin and family spen
last week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Dixoi
Mrs. Freddie Alartin and Dr. len
ike, of Tennessee, were visiting rela
tives in South Carolina the past fev
Mrs. Al. S. ToNurd, of Fountain un1
caime down Monday to visit her grand
children, Nellie and Posey Howard
They accompianied her home Wednes
day, rettirning Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. S. Todd spent Sun
day at the home of Mr. J. 11. Rhodes.
Miss Willie lue Culbertson, of New
beery, vIsited Nlisses Ida. and liarlom
Garrett, last week.
A mong thive who recently had tlh
pleiasire of viAting 4'.himney Poel
And jendrson V ill, er "1.e 11. 0. Martin.
Dixon and -Guy Plutnam and E. 11
.\r. and i l si. l er Uurns spen 1
-i'! t, at th ::uio of '. Ir. N. 1). Gar
The~: Wi- ' I. eninwl
The 7:ddile reunion : he held a
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FnhgravedI Ca rds not Invitations.
Advert iser l'rintinlg Co.
('ountly of Laurensi.
No(lliee of SpecialI EIef Ion on th
I)ues'tion o~f I suin Cont-'on101 Hoonds (I
Ilhe (City of inaurens in the Muma o
W5.000f for St reet. I mproiement.
Whereaim a wrkitt'en petitilon of
mealority of the freeltolders of th<
City *.f Lau rens. as ftapear fromi tih
tax book4 of said C:ty, has been fGlei
wIth the City; Council or the City o
Larensc1, askingi that an election i
held in said City of Laumrens et .whief
ThalI b e msubmittead to the riualiflet
'lectnr:; of (1aid City the (jptestion 0
-Lkaurens in the sum of $36,000, payable
within forty years from the date of
issue, and bearing a rate of interest
not exceeding six (6) percent. per
annum, for the purpose of Street
.mprovement in said City; and,
Whereas, the said City Council ot
the City of Laurens has duly consid
ered said petition, canvassed the same,
and found it to be in proper form, and
signed by the required number of
- freeholders, as prescribed -by the Con
stitution and Statute Laws of the State
of South Carolina, made and provided
in such cases, and upon consideration
thereof dopted an Ordinance and
Resolution dated 14th day of July,
1921, that the prayer of the ipetition
be granted and that the question of .the
issue of said bonds shall be submit
ted to the qualified, duly registered
electors of said City of Laurens, at
Special Election to be held in and for
the said City of Laurens on the 23rd
day of August, 1921.
NOW THIV1f"ORE, Notice If here
by given that a Special Election will
be held in the City of Laurens on the
23rd day of 'August, 1921, upon the
question of issuing bonds of the City
of Laurens in the sum of $35,000, pay
able within forty years from dite of
issue, and bearing interest at not ex
ceeding six (6) percent. per annum,
for the purpose of Street Improvement
in said City. Said election shall be
held at the following places: Wand 1,
at City Clerk's Oficc; .Ward 2, at
-22-34 Two Pass
22-35 Five Pass<
22-36 Three Pa
22-3 7 Five Pass
All Prie:, F.
Cord 'Tire, Standar
See Us for Specijfr
Switser's Store; iWard 3, at Laurens
Cotton Mill Store; Ward 4, at Davis
Roper Co. Store; Ward 6, at- Jones
Taylor Hardware Co. Store; and Ward
8, at City Power Hduse; thAt the fol
lowing have been apipointed managers
to conduct the said election: IWard 1,
J. B. Tollison, J. B. Thompson, W. I.
Burns; Ward 2, John Switzer, John
J. Cunningham, J. D. Sexton; Ward
3, Walter Hellams, S. J. Avery, Willie
Powers; -Ward 4, E. AW. Martin, J. C.
Wasson, J. W. Fowler; iWard 5, R. F.
Jones, Fred Fuller, R. B. Owens;
Ward 6, T. Mack Roper, E. W. Machen,
E. T. Todd.
At said election the polls shall be
oponed at 8 o'clock in the forenoon
and closed at 4 o'clock in the after
noon. At said election only the qual
ified, registered electors of the City
of Laurens shall be entitled to vote.
That the ballots shall have printed
upon them the question to be submit
ted and the words "yes" and "no", ana
the elector favoring the Issue of said
bonds shall vote a ballot containing
the word "yes", and the elector
against the issue of said bonds shall
vote a ballot containing the word
By order of the City Council of the
said City of -Laurens, this 14th day of
JNO. A. FRANKS.
STANIEoNY W. 'CPEWS,
Clerk and Treasurer.
A T;ored Tlhe n .s
Four, Comp!cting is a thora
the Fham-ed Buc oi nm
'The Cuick Valve- TC h entI
i;:-fiecd Engine Vnth i-i
Ai '>.Th er 'Pla: ' ion i CfD
Tha:t H'as Proved hu n -
A Great Car, Obviously
Prices Make It An~ prodluctio
Even Greater Value Fouir eve:
of a cent
'rices The Buic]
enger Roadster 8 935 ne std
~nger Touring - 97 sevdyt
senger Coupe - 1475 auo bi
nger Scdan - - 1650 pledi
3. B. F/int, M/ciigan with whic
I/ Equipment on all Models ment, but
;lions and Delkieey Dali, butors, de
.t: Ernest W.
* Laurens, S, C. DEA
AUTOMonII~E nARE Bm
Don't Neglect Your Tires
They Cost Lots of Money
We Make All Styles of Repairs
All Work Guaranteed to Give
Satisfactory Service .
Goodrich Tires Fisk Tires
City Vulcanizing Station
At City Filling Station
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has er f ah of long'fr a ep e ience ohi
d'iit chrits e.it aes upon itr care
iendtw Buickurne caried yp every Buic
eal podced. Ttis contefieneiswl
namfstedu inopton of the ketnlso ins
:h otorist have a wtasiate i t nnuice
: alof the combatio ofr placenyistr
aleros, and the generidal ofualit Bi
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