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AGE0 FAMfMElt' DIE ,
Greenville Ofiter Painttilly W0onnided.
a% it m iie to arrest h01u 0 on a Iti
waIrant. I )a rgan I eaco. 6h0 year old
1tt4nr of near Greer, was almost in
sa tatly killed n ear hIs home at n1oon
ile utt.I Pir~ri-s was rushed to theI
'cty hospital here andot is reported 1,;a;
1paiiully. though not seriolsly, in.
u1ed. Mlore than 100 shots of abouti
NKo. # size took 'riet inl his legs, left
taide miln left hand.
teutity Parris anid 1i ieputy t. h.
..016". at' tlieit ted to arrest tie tan Fr
.das ni0.h;, bult onl accolt. oflavn
the wa rant hehi Id atnd b)eca IuIve
'Heaco drew his knife suggestivtly1
'whetn lienltion of his going to Green
vill was imde, the olicers Withdrew
:in tile hope of rettli'lting tolay and
v-'rtdadilng him to accompany thei
ni it:mt 'ilicilty. When Deputy l'ar
ris -(tur.,ed this morning with Depul
'ty 'othran to get the man, who, it is
sant ii hai terrified th1e tighbor-hood
w ith 1, thre-ats and crulelty to isI;
fit. :. 'hey siglled ihit in a ield
Wiw they steppel from Ile car
ald appachled in a frienidly mat1,1 tier
io an effort to spirit him away. the
.m n :it ttIe(l several st ivs a id,
11k1 up a siigle barreleud shot.
;u. t rt the oh1icers to le'ave hi.
ri sets. t;n atP.1 ity I'P ri. as
l ' i I the colilnan(1.
Coha:leapedI behind( a terrace andl
Fit F! wouided ollieer emti pied his
pu .. Apparetntly noting that Deplu
ti:y Parri- did not fall. the diltuild
-man loadld hlis gnl a1 seconld lime
and.u :b i ng it to hi.-; shoui dol, firle
-nd time at lie Illicelr, nI le load
: hl .d tite. dlischagLel it in the
dire ofD(Winy athra, the bulI-.
!a nate toil oW the terrace.,
.\ manl attemlptedI to) Ipush a
'h!-i ' inito the barrel, the -.utn
rf.- reavc andth e w fatal it1ol
#uj .k itl inl Ile hm ' oi ly.
FLt Tiarhtdedb-or hlh
L I carrie'd iit toi te t. Th ' lod
w ah~ion to (Groenvi.h- by )epul
' . a n I ogether hh It (he woill
. .: .. Itan , . it s said, was hld
A: n ime ill Ile stale asyluni.
Habitual Constipation Cured
in 14 to 21 Days
"LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" is a specially.
preparcd SyrupTonic-La xative for Habitual
C<istipation. It relieves promptly but
vhitud be taken regtlarly for 14 to 21 days
o induce regular action. It Stimulate. and
egintes -.Very PYasant to Take. We
RED HOT PRICI
Here are Tir
Special values in men's
sorted fine handle4,
$1.50 piece, 10 yards, E
Special for this week'
$1.59 piece Red Star Di
wide. Special this w
1 lot men's Overalls; he
Special . .
$2.25 men's tan 00Z pl
.Special this week
1 lot men's cool pants y~
check, union made.
L.atest Creations Jus
ceived*--Made in Balti
98c up to $4.95
LANFOl NE1WS *
Lantord, .1uite 12.-Mr. 13. M. Robert
ion preached a most interesting ser
mon as usual Sunday afternoon to a
large congregation. Mr. T. 1). .De
Shields nupplied for membership and
was received back in his old nome
iLiurlch, mucIl to the delight of his
111ly friends hiere.
Mlrs. C. L. Waldrep and .liss Leonra
Patterson are delegates of the lap
worth League to meet at Columbia
sollet 1111e real S0011, in a state Imeet
,Nr. J. -Lee Langston and family, of
Il'nion. were guests of Mr. It. .1. Pat
terson and Mlrs. Alice Mills last Sil
The 13. Y. P. '. met Siunday night
with unuitisual interest from the fact
that tile newly elected group captain
was to take charge and develop tile
topic which was dlone in a most inter
esting iway. Nilr. and .\is. San4tel
1rumm11ond Were elecevd officers and
with their cooperationi will mean
much success to tile ortgallizat ion..
\lr. and Al rs;. If. 1". (arrett and haby
Itachel attended tihe Sunday School
rally at Warrior Creek church which
was a most helpful meeting.
.lMiss Carrye Lou li iggins spent -thr
week-end in Woodrillt' withI her friend,
liss Virginia )rummond.
.liss Audry Franks. who is now ill
training inl a hospital at Rutherford
lon. N. C., is visiting lietr parents. .r
:and .\irs,. .1. It. Frank".
AlMs. P). A. Thomas and ('lildrel re
turned 'hollt Sut evenin after
spenlding sevtral days at Ilie home of
.r. .1. It. Franks.
\r. 1.lti'd Moore and family, of
Arcadia, spent Sunday '.itl Air. and
Alts. .. J. lanlford.
Aliss \la-ry elle Patterson is the
glest this week of .lisse-s ienora and
A 1r. 1l11i .\-,;. .James I). P'atti sail
w ire rece .u'lest of .\r. and Air;.
Ion Ituirnis, of Itarksdale.
.\ r. J1. 1). .l11-ohso will -,o with hlit
.I,,\,. . W. ,llohso onl hli vii
to Knoxvill, Tenn.. Washiinto and
ozh-er . oints of, interes -t before 1the"l
return 11 tii. h lea iiii Spa rtanrill
Tu'esd:v ming to be gone ahout two
.lr. .1. B. ilar'mioll, of baum1en1. vis
ited friemlis and relatives herte Iui
Alt'. Charles l)ruil ond's attractivv
little children. of Sparta builr'.., arc
lpendIing some tilmue with .lMr. amd
.lMrs. Samuel ;l:-rumond this week.
Mis., .\arv Lee Lanigston. of I'ion
nely Goods and
and ladies' Umbrellas; as
good quality. For this
18 and $1.98
nglish Long Cloth
per Cloth, 24 in.
avy, well made. 98
forth $1.50; pin- 1i9
E-ave Hundreds of.'
me Re- -J.
No. 1 Store 210 V
will spend some time owith her aunt,
Mrs. Alico Mills, this summer.
'Mrs. Martha Herbert is improving
some at this writing.
.\1rs. lthel Lanford and Mrs. C. L.
'Waldrep visited 1311's. Ma'ry Parson,
.\liss .Jennie Blurgess has returned
from a very pleasant visit to relatives
at. Hendersonville, 'N. C.
QuIto a large crowd from here en
joyed the demonstration of 'Mr. Fzelle
at the home of 3irs. J. F. 1amb last
S S S S . * * * S * S S e e
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Narnie, .liune 12.-The farmers are
taking advianiage of the pretty weather
now anid the Crops are looking fine.
Th1e thrashers have been very bisy in
this section this week.
We have had lots of visitors in Nar
lir. J. 11. Powers and datighter, Ora,
spent Sunday with \lr. and Mrs. Z. R.
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. 'WJllis of Gray
Court, spent Sunday -with the latter's
.a. Sandford K' t spent the
week-end with his daughter, Mris.
Mrs. A. V. Iurton and sister. Mr vs.
Robert Gamlbell anld childrenvi had a1
ileasalit visit with their parents. 311.
and \lrs. T. G. Nelson recently.
.\ir. and .\lrs. Z. C. Cradodek, Mr.
and N1 vs. C. C. Cr'addock and .\liss Con
tile .lae 'raddoci., of Augusta. Ga.,
WOre the tweik-end guelosts ol' their
.\ir. and .11rS. %. C. Craddock. Mir.
isses D aisy Bll and Sara Owings
spent last week withi r t' sister, .1sz.
ILa Jiretn(ce Waldrop. of i-'noree.
.\It. Plierlco les o!' TamIpa, F la.,
is visiting relatives Ier'e.
.\iss AlaIrtha l ellamt., of (;eorgia,
is isiting hetr hoth'r'. %1. wa liel
The fistIrmint known a 11v theIrndlh
)icrol tor 1i so nsit Iiv Ithat vil t w I
it'easure thiet hat from 1 a :1 l he o
t "hiriy tt a 1'a roml it .1ad tilt'
revord thlt of hen I 'iv'WT fb a i thx(d
sI nr 1, s* r o t 4at vl,1 1i LhtI fromt It,
traveling at a1 speed.1 4)0 INil.nun m1iles
[ Seeno, taltcs manyy es 't ec
Woman Occupied Wh 'e Train.
The first train w folly octhpie by
women In tih history of rairoad
travel os that shartered by d Mas
Sachusetts dlegaticn to httekd the
women 0 c N(ongres.s h14bl fin (hicago alt
the timne of thle Worl'* fNir. In that1
J.lo mns summe Und
valueses speual ahs we
There's many a
for a slip
between the oilwell and the gasoline s
It takes a whole lot more than the b<
apparatus and crude oil to mjke
Skill and experience are the big facto
It is largely the knowledge of men wi
ed the refining business from the bc
his4 compan thathas ladI e the imhI)
ard", Gasoline possible.
"Standard" is as uniform 1111d depeldal
su.Ipply of a great city--it is tested just as
d epenle~I' uinder every condition biecaulso
with the(- rig t proportio of light, iterimc
fractionsi. You can't go wrontig with "Sllt
Are you using the I1 'right oil for your car?
Clhart -will tell you.
STANDARD OIL COl]
The Balanced Gas
Values That Will Save
~vy Work Shirts; special 1 table of R
dc'75c .cloth; sp
ershirts; 50c 25c quality ]
3k 2 9C dresses, si
* Special fo,
I sizes. Special JC 1spotCialico,
nion Suits; good values; 5 po
1 lot fancy 3
Arels; all sizes. Special cial price I
od Throughout Our Immense
and Look Through.
IN DAYS THIS WEEK
(RTMENT STORES IN LAURENS
90o. 2 Store North Side of Square in Burns B
If you could put a magnifying glass on the
contents of crank case after using the
same oil for fr6m 600 to 1000 miles you
f wouir refuse to drive another mile until
you had emptied the burned-out oil,
1111ed the case with Nuso and refilled it
!st of refining AOI
rs in refinling.
t) have learn.
ttomi ill) witi
e as the water
careilly. It is
it is lm'lnced,
Biate and heavy
RED HOT PRICES
You 'Nickles, Dimes
amnnants, short lengths of all kinds of
icially priced for this week's sale.
Each Piece Priced
mercales; yard wide, good patterns for
uirts and children's wear.
this week . . . . ID
factory short lengths;o
s week 8C
id Dress Gingham; special i 2c
roiles for cool dresses. Spec- 1 n
his week I UC
>nette Voiles; special 1 5c
'Stocks in Our
See Our Men's and Women's
Silk Hose at 50c.
Women's $2.00 Silk Hose,
Humming Bird, guaran
anteed hose, $1.48,