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TWO SCORE VICT
Although Only 1iveitty-Seven Posi
tively Identitled Thus Far. Eight
Wounded 3el in llerrin !Io'ipial.
iterrini, Ill., .Jttne 22.- -The deat h toll
Il lie disaster last ilIght and today
when 5,000 .trikling un ion m Iiiers alt
tacked tIe Iester stilp m11ine being
operatedt 1und(1er ga rd of imported
wor kers, may. run 111 past the 40 mark, it
w~as said twnht IIll by t1 hoes in touch
with tile ritlition, although hu1 far
0nly 27 ino*iively3 are knaow n to be
Ia !th.I ' iFr i lhspital are tiglit
wouided 1:14 it. olly one a llntV'r. atid
six or th.m are be'lieved to ;11 tat:tiy -
"in.u11reid. There were lille. ulit one'
A minor toild the APrio'ed
colrrespond, lt that he h:d 1e'n l0
bodies thrown iti a ond with reelI
111around tirl -I- neeks1i to0diy.
A.houtt 21 i:nj rted wor! :-; a-rmo ss
C(.1hcking:' thn deiath bit hi -,v' m
almlo.t mp sihio. Till! e~m-, :
i'l I I 42'' ':(,) ;4 4-1' \I v m
so far a.s it )wn. wvele folndn 'i'
ove nI* 11 2'. ' A t i . 'e : n h .,'' 1)
tile m11ine. Some w'ere '.alyn'hed,. 4om1
were b rn.a' i when th il v-as f-w,
Othrs werehele to deatIh anid the(
11aajoliiy fll biefore the ( o f of 1.1!
lets poured 111to tiaemit.
noticeablie under4'rrent wich41 I ko1t r
eV1l'y i)dl 4)1 de 1111 V('l 'a' .. '
everybodyh onl vd! , anid wlmdering1" If
furt.her tro'de.& might be e::pected. '
The (Co1e(oldlnt talked with a t
score of iliners today and.11 a0botL hlf
of them wre crt al in that there would I (
1e 110 further disorder it there was t
no attempt to reupon tile mines, while f
the othcr lalf said they were afraid
somie of tile men1 might not be held 1
iback. Officially, the situation was rI
iported tonight by county ollicials to <
The scenes of death today were a
very gruesome, as in a real war. lod
es, many with 1.imbs hot away, lay I
along the .roadside or mwere strung from I
trees, men wounded and dyinlg were i
stretched oit oil roads and ln fields :
with none of the hundt1reds of -passers
'by able -to lend a helping lanid. At
tempts to assist the wounded Ifi the'
early part of tile (lay Irougiht rebuff:
from tihe riectators, baelced il solme
coses )y drawn guns.
later the feeling (Iuiet(d down and
some of the wounded wiere taken to
It is undc'erstood Il th there will 1) i
no attempt to reopen ally of th
mines un1til he Strike is set.tiled.
When the striker('s w0it overa tih!e
top illto the hesieged mine 1i m, o-111
ing there weri 0lC - 'e1saC 50 or o wori(.1er'
ald gutartl'(.h ther1. What ha; beuoman
of those a'et li t'he klnowil doe!: 11dr
4:w d A 1.i i all. ! ai ,
captured and -I.at1 1. wa:" '; ' In
eopportunilty1 to) c.'i:n. liur i'ed 14 o
men01, wome 1 and1 11( liu ta hiideen, ":1m1
cls younlg as ilr yearis 1 surged thr1oulgh
the mlorguie toay to vie~w tile bodies
whichl lay side by side on tihe floor'
Iwith 1n0 at templt to straighten them
Ouat. .Most of' them~ bIore no idetifilca
mariks. All wvere maangledi. Ofllcials
of Williamlson ecunty today expres'1sedl
-deop regr'et OVer tile affa'r .a" did( many
miners, butt several of the latter' told'
the wri'.ter thlat while it was regretta
ble, "no otheri cours'Ee could have been
Haern., IM., .Junae 22.-Ialf a dlozenl
Wounded men, some1 of them lying on
deatMh beds, tonight gave an Associated!
Press codrresptondenit tile first actual
eye-witness accounts of the mine fight
last nighlt anti this morning, wh~ichI
ibro~jght dozens of Casuttites when
5,000 ar'medI striking miners attacked
the Lester Strip mine near hero, the
- nine being operated by implor'ted work
ers andl guards.
The substance of the statements by
the wvoun~ded, .w~'ho were among the he
ftieged, was that none a mIne workerI
was5 inljure'd dur'ing thle ighting, but'
that' the numerous killed were allot
dowvn, In cold blood after they had1(
surret'nder'ed thlemselves .and their
arms. Ther'e was nothling fr'om thle
union mmines to contl'aict thtesoe
Several of the meni impor0lted to work'l C
the inae abl;lved tile stribker's fromf I
bilnmc, sa'yinlgt hat the ones -reas:,onsi- if
-ble werae those "who sen'1t us5 here, un-1
der' false pt'omises that there 4,ould1
"i"be no trouble" and thlat "tile miners
Some1 of tile wountded interviewed,
eore in the hospitai -here. Others were
hx tetd nb their homes -through secret 4
0 O'Ru;ke, Chjjago, comm a-.
ti1glbe, gayo tlh0 Dt t
CLASH AT MINE
'vid account of the fight. ills story
vas r'elated as he tossed In pain from
ialf a dozen bullet holes Irough his 1
"I was sent down here by the 1er
rand Cnommissary company of Chica
0," lie said. "I had 11n Idea what I
Vas runni zing into. I don't much blaie
he11 iinler;s for attacking us, for 'we
veie u nlutowingly being used as dui 1)es I
o kee;> themi from their jobs. \\e
vee g iven :i wahen we arrived and
i iiclhiie gii was act up at one c.r
ier of the mine. Cuards were vih
: :Il iof, ie t im11 and most of tile I;
':ids \.e're louith fellows, vent li a
'hicgo ci tiv( agency. 1 undiier
tfiinl H!. miei s .s t u.1 Wariips to
rave the town or we woiuld e in i
m t. W never , got tleil, perhas lie U
(o35e'S did. '\he:1 we aw the ininer:
'f"roa.ch yv:terd'y afteriloonl we did
of inow what to do. The guard pre-i
>:icd for, ighi; imo. ('t ts work'r
a d to rren'lvr.
:'. The unn m ei id 11"l;th
ca !e:a l"' o:n th < b n1M I; n
e w re ,un:ule to ee thm. The
tn: i t ( .: liii', i :: r '. ofI u ; I,*,,.
il the mi mx h'w up otil plium -
-::ition. W,( had no water an1d our
old xu; ly was in a freight car in
he hand of the uiners. About suin
iae we 11It u (he vite fiag. the
:ine; 'ow;ed in and weni surrend(erl
uri armiii. I'l to thin:; timei no, ane of
: iad been liire'd that I kn w of.,
Ithough I uniderstand that.. several I of
lie miners had been shot. The miners
'wead ou t <Iqickly and tied us tugeth -
r Ia groups of three and six. The
led men then were rushed off in dif
eient di rections. Some o1 thm rie Pldd
o run but they esirc slot (own as
ast as they moved.
"One miner askcd who was the In..
hine gini operator. Some one pdoint.i d
iii out and he was shot in his trasLhi
nd his body laId over the machh-e
:Mn. T'hcy tied dive meni with me,
ook is out on tile road and to!d u
o run. We vin -and hundreds of bul
ets followed us. We staggered on. I
mt finally three of our grou p fell,
uiullling the others with lus, tied down,
(vCi al bullet holes bcing in mnie al
"I lAb thre wh!!i:e imen'111 caIe Il'Up
od fired more shots into us from
bree er four feet. Then evcrything
vent black. I woke ii lated and b;'g
,ed for .'x-acr, but there-was riot any.
.i( mi',C ' Icia::; d::ggd along thbe
.' ! O''t l:in.w what byN.' T'i(n
hey hroe''lit t) to the hospital."
O'Yul I's story was confrmed by
I W lii'r' d aul .d C.een f Chi
-o. two of 1t nlin tied with him,
aIv I ai ve". The othrr. threei
e d. T hec were'c the six foiii
t.-' d lli Iiorres1ondent
, n t be f
fo i'u0 tho se.:re-out t Ihet
.i'!:e hI ic -id Ica . nd: o ie :ma tepn
lid al; uifI t e re tn ut have been~
uJO:. "Iws of my weeayo ri n,"
;oe.'Thoyside were ono their
usay toVrun thwe gotb tot mat whe
inre. oI ajoind t and ohdrn kept
liningrs, untei onee wst ave fore
,i000. Iot was just wore bigmob ond
hoget texl ho were runnson g ther
nn. We we not tor the fie the
rspra hotut around ta it asn real
ledes, al everowa orkming fr
cut. Llte Inthseus one g moba sot
tnge the me woun weresrnotn the
"Ionse.n I alkedt backwo whire ah
~rupsadsr, of our men woererdigen
hey sent me here in a car. I was not.
here, but -I understand most of the
cilling was done after the mine eur-1
rendered. 'Pm sure some of 'those
caba really were innocent men. It'sI
ust the old story of a molb getting
Card of Thuanks
-We express our heartfelt grartltude
o the many friends for theIr kIndness
.nd sympathy so beautIfully extended
o us -during the illness and (loath of
uri -beloved husband andi brother. We
lso extend thanks for the beautIful
Mrs. M. E. Hlutnhei't andi FIamily,
habItual Constipatin Cur'ed
In 14 to 21 Da~ys
LA X-FOS WITEZ PEPSIN" Is a ccallyt
repared Syrup Tonic-Laxativo for qitual
ionstipatlon. ft rolleves promnpty but
hould ito taken. regulady fQi f teid
Olinduco retiar octionW-It $t1t
ut t c. ' 'O
L'he Quiie That Does Not Affect
3ecause of its tonic and laxative ef
cct. IAXA'rIVEa BROMO QUININE
[rablets) can be taken by anyone
vithout causing nervousiess or ring
ng in the head. E. W. GROVE'S sig
aturo on box. 30c.
IS'i'is SAl IN HANKIUPTCY
it Re: P. A. -Mitelieil, Palace of
Illrauant to anl order of A. I. Piythe,
"sq., Referec in 'Ltinkurptey in the
bove entitled case, dated .1title 23rd,
92". :1 wil-l offor for sale, for cash,
o the Iiglest bidder, *ub1ject to the
!Iproval of tle court, at. the store
00iom formerly occupied by P. A.
ditcelle(, doin, g .lu-sinlests under he
ini1e of "T'he Palace of S.weet,' inl
tron,Soluth Carlinn111a, onl Monldayl
.dy 3rd, 1922 at I o'clock, A. M., the
liti-v stoel( of merchandise. fuln itures;
i(d fixlitres, I(tni.lIs, impletacnts.
;'iment. 'including soda fonitali,
mn'ters, --how (a;ss, fronl safe, c::sh
crinter, cinily ald other rticles gen1-1
ad Ily used inl (on tied fon with 01 con-l
nhed in a tcanldy, fruit and ice (.reaml
tore, doing v.holesaIe and retail bus
ess. The said propetty v.ill Ic. ,l(
I, parels ( .I't; a whole. .t opton of:
toe undiersigned, as tray a :ar ftor!
0 n * rest of fihe (stoin. ftak f
o( d:d, inventtories $1.7 . .':
)Id fixtures, etc., 013,0 i ', and
Pen' S andO'g
I al m 13each 'Nu its. $j1 5.0() ni
lluohair Suits, $17.50 and $1
Gabaine Suit0' 111s, $25.0i0 vahI
31en' "All Wool ''Suil . .
alen hirt, $2k) value .
Men '.. Uniion Suit., ,1 .>0va
M~en's U~nion <Sis (5 a
$2.50 Hats ... ..... ... .
12.50 Oxfords ... ... . ...
$7.50 Oxfords .... .... ...
$4.00 Oxfords .... ... ....
Ladies' 'Suede Slippers, 'strE
Ladies' Patent Strap 'Punl:
Mises' aind 'Growing Girls'']
$3.50 value for .... ...
$6.'00 Sport Oxfor'dri... ...
$5.00 'Sport Oxtfords . ... . .
One' lot LIndies' White Oxi
sizes, $2.00 values ....
I5 for 9
appraised as $3,343.16.
-Additional information iay be ob.
tainled froin the trusteo.
NOTICE OF EECVION
State of South Carollut,
Notice of special election 011 th<
qluctloa of issiing coulpon )1bonds 0
lie City of Laurens in the -sunn o
. 65,000 for lxteision and Improve
mnlit of the Water Works System o.
Wihereas. a written petition of a ma.
jority of tho-freeholders of said Citl
of l'atrons, as ippears from the ta
hoks of said City luis -been .flied wit]
fie City Council of the City of La.
'ane, asking that an elect ion bo hlt
in said City Or L:tui rens at w hich shal
e su m1111itted to the q ualtle1Cd elector,
' aid City of 1,-tirens the <qtestioi
of lastin'g coupon :ouds of tihe Cit3
SI.:wrens in tihe sim of $65,000 t;ay
b11!l- w ithin forty (-101 years from ti
h'Ite of issu" and 'heaiii a rate of in
rest not exceeding 6 per cent pcI
a r' for the pI:-one of water work;
ItCnr ion a ad improvmn10 t V C t'he wa
I. Vworl system (f vaid City, and
Wheres, the :Iid Counclh of th<
v of I.aren has dilNy considere
-.i't itionld ad canvassed the tam
and found It to be in prover form an
signed by the recluired nmn,'.br ci
id. e- dr as prCaCribed by the Con
>r the Fourth.
est that you, or
s Special Pre-]
A every departi
Men's Summer Suits
id $1 6.5(1 v alues. .. .. .. .$12.99
3.00) values. .. .. .. .. .. .$14.99
.es. .. .. .. ........ .. .$19.99
.. .. .. .. . ... .. .. .. ....$12.98
..... .... .... .... ....$.49
....... .... .... .... ....$1.99
....... .... .... .... ....$1.69
.......... .... .... .... 79o
uie... ... ..........19
.... ... .... .... ... $34
I Men's Shoes
~ps and oxfords,.... ....$4.99
s .... .... ....$2.99 to $4.99
atent and Kid 'Strap Pumps,
'ords and 'Strap Pumps, all
>wel - Huck
& 12 f
Co Cash I
;titution and Stat-ute la.ws of the State
of 'South Carolina, -made and provided
In such cases, and u)o11 consideration
thereof, has adopted an Ordinance and
Resolution dated -the 26thl day ,f June,
1922, that the fywayer of the Petition tbe
granted and -that the question of isu
1ng said bonds -be submitted to the
qualified registered electors of said
City of Laurens at a special election
to be held in and for the said City of
Laurens on the 25th day of July, 1922.
Now, therefore notice is hereby giv
en that a special election will be held
In the City of 'Laurens, on Tuesday,
the 25th day of July, J22, upon the
question of issuing bonds of' the City
of ILaurens In the sum -of $05,000 to bo
l)aya'ble within -forty years from (late
of Issue and to bear interest at not
exceeding 6 .per cent per -annum for
the purpose of the extension and im
provement of the water 'works sys
tem of the City of Laurens. At said
election the said polls will be opeled
at 8 o'clock in the forenoon ai cloed
tt 4 O'clock iI the afternoon. Only
.'uallifled fregistered ceetors of th.e
('fly of laurens shall' he entitled to
yote at said election. The luallots shall
have printed upon them the question
to be sutbmitted -and the words "yes"
and "no" and the elector favoring the
I Issue of said 'bonds shall vote a ballot
containinU the word "yes" and the
elector op-iposcd to the issue of said
bonds shall vote a ballot containing
the word "no". The said election shali
Look your best
some one of y<
Holiday Saleo .
nent. Come F
I'\I i's TPepnni, (Oxfords, $1.:50 vm
WVouueni's T1ennis OIxfordcs, $1 .50(
isses Enuni1111e 1Don Strap PuIIm p
Al in-es' 'Sister Sue Stra yi I um p
1 m0S' B r'own 'l'rinued Uni1s, $2.
8'ys'-IBrown Tinunied Bls. $1.
La'~d ies' Tweed''( Suits, $23.00 vald
suits le'ft. All this seasoni's
410. Special .... .... ....
'Ladie's' Silk Dresses .... .....
G eorget te Wa ists, $5.00 and '$6.4
'Pongee Waists, $3.50 value ...
Voie 'Waists, $2.00 vahice....
Voile Waists, $1.00 value ....
(Jrepc de Chine Gowns and Ticdd
Nainsook GownIs, $1.25 value .
Nainsook Tceddies,.... .... ..
E4very Hat specially pr'cd for t
hard you are to 'please, you a
nmodels the style that suits y
variety to make your choosi:
One special table of Hasts, all tli
ip' to $7:50o, special ......
Black and White Sailors, s'hipn
and $5.00 values,..... ..,
Special prices on -all'BIathin
$6.00 -Bathing Suits ... ....
$5.00 -Bathing Suits .......
$3.00 'Bathing Guits. ... ..
Bathing Shippersi, special .
ToweI ' Crepe I
Mial 24 in
be held at the places and by the por
sons who have been uppointed man
agors to conduct the same -at each pre
cinct, as follows, to wit:
For 'Ward One-Voting 'place at City
Clerk's office. Managors: U. F. Bolt,
J. 1. Tollison and J. D. 'atts;
For IWard Two-Voting place nt
Switzer's Store. Managers: Jeff D.
Sexton, U. IH-. Cunningham, Carl Roper.
For "Ward Three--Voting place .at
J.aurens Cotton Mill Store. Managers:
Jim -Lewls, Walt. Hellams, ^ Horace
Teague. ' .
Ior 1WrLd 'Fotr-AVoting place at
Davis-Hoper Company store. 'Man
agers: J. C. Wasson, Jno. 'W. Fowler,
For Ward Fivc-Voting 'place at
,Jones-Taylov IHardwaro store. Man
agers: T. P. Kendrick, '1. F. Jones,
'ioy 13. Owings.
For \Ward Six-Volng iplace at
James W. Dunklin's residence. Man
agers: E. W. .\lachen, James Clardy,
T. (Mac 'oper.
At the elo (if the election the man
agers will ascertain tho result and re
ti n the smlie to the City Council of
tihe City of Laurens -as required by
iy order of the said Council of the.
City ot laurenms thiu.h!c- 'ir.|t of June,
\V. IH. DIAL,
At test: Mayor.
STANN19Y W. Omilms,
Clay Clerk aundm Treas. 50-4t.
)n., July 3
.' It is to
value .... ......... ...9(
$ 2.00 value .... ... .$6
,$1l.50 value .... ....9c
5 value ... .. ... ... ..$1.79
5 value .... .... .....$1.49
Ie. Just aL few of these
style~s; sizes 36, 38 and
.... .... .... ......$12.99
.. ....' .... .... ....$6.99
)..vlues.... .... ...$2.99
--.----.... .... ....$1.69
.... .... .... .... ...79e
ies, $6.00 value .. .. . .$3.99
.. .... .... .... .....7ge
--..... .... .... .....jl9e
his sale. No niatter h~oW
re certain to find In these
>u hest. Th~ere is a great
is season's styles, valueg
-..... ....... ... $3.69
Lent Just received, $4.00
..... .....$2.40 and $2.99
S8uits during this sale.
'--'-. --... ....$4.49