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Take notice that on the 17th day Of
September, 1021. '1 will renider a i1n11
accOunt of MY act" an1d doings as Ad
muinistrator of the estate of 'B. F. c.
hleilds deceased, in tie office of the
Judge of Probate of Laaurens county,
at 11 o'clock, a. in., and on the sam
day will, amply for a int disclargz
from my trust as Admnlnistr.ato.
Any person Indebted to said estate
is notilled and required to make pay
nent oil that date; and all personn
having claims agaist said estate will
1iresent ,them on or before said date,
duly proven or be forever barred.
J. M. DOSIIlTMLDS.
Angust 17, 1921. A 5-5t-A
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE (Tablets.) it
tos the cough and Headache and workr off th.:
Cold. E. W. GROVE'S slgnuture on cachi box. 3'~
Thc next time
you --y calmel
The puriRed and rcfined
calomel tablew that are
nauscale0a, safe and cmure.
Medicinal virtues retain
ed and improved. Sold
only in scaled packages.
Buy a Willard-a WVil
lard Threaded Rubber Bat
tery. That's the first step.
Because the plates are
insulated not merely sepa
rated. No chance of punc
turing, carbonizing, split
ting or warping, and no
bills for replaceme.nt of
insulation. Ii: oetiv's
Next-keep your bat tery
chargedl, and put in water
every two weeks.
Finally - drive 'around
twice a month for a battery
test. You'll know us by
the red Willardl Sign.
Ask about the Willard
Threaded Rubber Battery.
W. Laurens St.
BE LARGELY ATTENDED
Washin41gtoni legins to Renlize Mngni.
tude of Meeting Ii. Point of Numbers
Washiligton, Aug. 27.-W-ashingtoll
ollicials today began to get al Idea of
the magn'itude of the disarmament and
'l4ar 10asterii conference in point of
nIllber of participants.
The British governmenlt, responding
to 'informal inquiries, advised the
State lIkartment that its delegation
ny accomlipalyling staff 'would liumber
about 100 persolis. The Chinese gov
ernmient several days ago informed of
ficials here that its representatives
and their attenlaits probably .would
totill almost a hIIdlrOe(l.
The Japalese rarty. orIginally fixed
at 80 persons, it was learned today,
now has g4rown to at least 150 'Ieisons.
While Japani's dclegates; will probably
not execed six, asi in the case of the
other participatinlg poawers, there will
be a numer of attaches. specialists
in finance, railroals, navigation an(
lit merous army and na vy rlpreentiLa
It is un(lerstood here that a special
steamish; alld two special railroadI
ttains will be used for thb transporta
loni of this Japanese delegation, which
at this time, pronll'ises: to be the most
inmerous of any taking part in the
('all Now Settle 11) Qustioll
Washin-gton, Aig. 27.-One result of
the sigiature of the Gernumi-American
treaty havlng been to confirm the
American rights to equal partiolpa
tion with the other allied and associ
ated powers in the disposition of the
formerly German owned colonies and
island' of the Pacific, it has now be
como ( 1ossile!c to conduct niegotlations
directly bet ween the United States
and Japan for the settlement of the
(lisputed claims for .cable control of
the island of Yap an( other issues
that it is desired to eliminate from the
(liscussion of the coming Washington
In. antickipation of the ratification of
the German-Amicrican treaty such ne
gotiations alrea(ly have begun with
propecls for successful coiclusion,
but depli(lent to Some extelt upon the
approval of' the a rranJgemdlent )('tW&l
the liited States 1111( Japan by the
other od vl'ers initeret ed, (lOrcat iri
taii, Frainc andl Italy.
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the meanl, tire-.~
someC k itchen nl
jobs. lPut a little
iln the wvater that.
soaks the dishes,
iron p)ots, panis4
a n d skillets... it t.
Rinse the tin
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forks ando spoons5
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"LA EM I~i UIN"i' aI spc~illy.
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to intwur rey~ular acdtion. Jt Stimiutes and
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necr b ut.
ABIiEVILLE MAN'S APPEAL
, UPHEIMJ BY HIGH COURT
New Trial Ordered For Kenneth Gos.
seti. pni by Justice Cothrai
Snys GossetIC D4i Not, Get Fair TOria,
Coliunibia, Aug. 25.--The sulprem
cour t late today handed down an opin
Ion reversing the lower court in tige
case of Kenneth Gossett of Abbeville,
convicted of crniminal assault and sen
tenced to serve forty years in the s-tatc
Peniten.tlary. The case was trild ill
April or last year.
In te Opllnioll, written by Associate
11tstlee Cotlran and coliculrlci in .by
tIe entire court, Mr. CotAi in says
that Gossett ws not giv'en a fair trial
as guaranteed by the constitullon aln(
IroceCds to cite a nunIllber of instances
to show that the defendant Was not
tried according to lalw and constitution
which provide a fair ild in l'artial
trial. The opinion lays down the
pIlicipli that where a defenidalit is to
bl tried under circnumstances similar
to the ulossett trial there (an hardly
be a semihuice of a showing made
for tile defendant.
.udielal Atmillosphere A bsent.
A nliumber of instances wCIe cited to
show that the Court was called Ilere
ly to try (Gossett and not for. an over
crowded docket or pulblic protection.
Two jurill 'ors Vere exet!cvr'(d because tile
One .was a relative to the companion
of the PrIl alleged to have been as
,7aulted and the other a relative of
Cossett. This, Justice Cothran says,
shows that only the Gossetts werv !o
be -tied, -as the tXt julrors could not
have been,! disiualifiedI on thle othier
cases. Absence of judicial atmos
phele was noted at Abbeville dur-ing
the tIlal and the circumstances wcr'e
all against (ossett, It is contended,
after the veldict of not guilty had been
dir'ected. As to John Gossett, lie had
to be slipped out of tie couty be
cuse of flar by the ofilcers for his
life. A call 'to the militia, was ano
ther incident Indienting the lack of
the right Judicial atmospherC, the
Criticizes Mob Spirit.
Justice Cothran severely criticizes
mobs and111 mob spiilt Ill tile opin1ion,
"'We are convinced that the procedurc
'irovided ill the section is a hol con
eesCion to the spirit of' mob law, and
lIreselits tile slpectacl of the law,
strong and Illighty, bowing to tihe
despot1-m of the mob. which has been1
deeIaled to be g; reatero than tile 13'ran
ny of a despot," says the court.
I'llder the conditions su1rr'ound ing
the trial of (G issett, the coiUt:; say,
this is equal to a, bargain with the
nob) and conse~quelitly . a judicial
lyniching. "There all be no col1pro
nlWbes with i the sirhit of lylching for'
alN crilli. ''lose Who colopose suich
a mob are thelnselves withoi tile
pale of 1m. and commit a clime, lIot
'nt(y e a ans tell victimll of i rvn-11
goeance. bull gailnst thev mijesty of thle
1.Lw." TheC COn t goes 1ull i1nto th;'
:t:I'eet of the crwe, a:nld coninde s
unaImou011sly3 that t Insett wa not giv
sii hut in of the law ofv 01 oulhI (':u
ll01 , and( usenids tihe (c:e backl for' an:
0o d fly trial.
Tl!t' AMl\~.u t'l i''(G ' ' lf-:
:41i.'' i i the Entre iha'neis I isti
ntae Columbi tHA;LN hONEY.; ae
cotn!"ht sCfl 'iCk thihe tpntie coug.:i:- y
dieirhn tilTe the:il:-e -snm Irrity ti-S
SALVEt.o hestn olds,:-.d ols andr
Copslenloed e lI very wbottle to
heS HEAoIoN ONEYa. The s":ve
sho.~ 1n. Teon he chs en ho at
ofildr Te ufoer, fom heol or~ Cloup.
Thg e lfih i vy cfc t e l cs ealn .::: n1 : In'.
.ldcndl ed <.i roa urrfbt(dn'th th heallo'. ef. t o'.
n;ov t -ier'fr.cthen Salv toh ie pov.c- 01:o
Tie r (',nolu': la cow'u ish.~
h'os a Iuelloure pawha ils on cnbn anl the
cost- t "obhedl" triutm nt it !:cd
J ust' at your adug <fra HAYith
Th haqurer o heC0~~
- . u.. KUGUST 31, 1921
Dry Goods have nc
cotton has been sh
A hint to thrifty ho
cotton goods NOW.
than they will be 3
27-inch Sea Island, nice quali
40-inch Sea Island, fine qualit
Best Apron Ginghams, fast cc
32-inch Dress Ginghams, pret
Work and Play Cloth, fine fo
Heavy Cheviots, solid blue ani
Chambray, per yard .
Men's Blue Buckle Overalls, a
Heevy Work Shirts .
Ladies' 50c Lisle Thread Hos(
Men's 25c Lisle Socks, a pair
All Wool Blue Serge, yard wi
Mens' Dress Shirts . .
Boys' Blue Serge Caps .
Boys' Overalls, heavy weight,
Ladies' Pure Silk Hose, worth
The More You Buy at
September finds us wi
crispi from the B3radley
Sweater. Besides th
- tone, which is most p
in the Navajo. For
nothing like a wvell me
NEW FALL DRESSES
No picture can poss,
dulality of the Betty V
can adequately descril
onrig. You can see it
We\T have the finest an<
early in the seascn.
Tricotinies, Poiret TV
~PRINTZESS COATS A
A wide variet;y of st
I ~ imater'ials. Tricotine,
NEW BROGUE OXFC
We can't decriibe our
have to see them for~ y
exclusive. You'll war
have your size.
Our "Character Cloth" SiL
Se What Your Denominati
.Mi Mail and Telephone 0
Phone 23 THE L2
>t been sitting still while
m-they are cheaper now
0 days hence.
:y, per yard . . 5c
y, per yard - . . 10c
>lora, per yard 10c
ty patterns, per yard . 19C
r blouses, per yard 12 1-2c
3 stripes, per yard . 12 1-2c
- . . . . .10C
pair - . 98c
. . .75c
, a pair . 25c
- . . 15c
de, per yard . 98c
. 0 . . 98c
- -. . 50c
a pair . . 75c
$1.50, a pair . . 75c
Drug Store Stand
Cohen's the More You Save.
ns -Next Week
:h new BRADLEY SWEATERS, frcsh and
factories. Come in and pick your school
e heavy shakers in solid colors and two
opular, we have attractive combinations
graceful style and snug comfort there is
o a Bradley and Out of Doors"
bly do justice to the distinguishedl indlivi
!ales Frocks newx on display. No words
>e the one cualityv and excellent hand tail
and fee it in our' new dresses fcr Autumn. .
:1 largest asso rment we Lnve ever had ti.is
Visit us f erir g the rU xt fc w Qr. s r d va
rare creations. Caintons, Charmeuse,
dills, Satin Canten, Ctumbr idge Crepe andU
yles in the~ snappiest models in the ne~west
Twill Cord, De)veliv'ia amd I>minin.
Newv Brogue Oxfords to' yt u. Yc;u'll just
ourself.r Th"e,'re nl(w arid difi roit. and
~t a pair tis Fall. Select themn whike we
.irting Sale Ends Septeber 17
onal Paper Says~ A bout This Clot.h.
rders Receive Our Prom~pt Attenitien.
~DIES STOR E Clinton, S. C.