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COLD DRINKS ON HOT DAYS
Belief That They Were Highly Dan.
gerous Is Not as Generally
Held as Formerly.
Medical men have their folklore, as
have the peopjle at large. Mistaken
ideas, sfanctioned by time, die hard,
even among so-called ien of science.
In the differentiaton of' diseases and
the sorting of causes and effects it is
little wonder that there should have
arisen confuhlon of ideas that to a
degree still persist.
There Is a general belief that it is
highly dangerous to drink cold water
in wairn weather when we are very
warrn, and in a much recommended
hook on dietetics of the present cen
tury the warning against this prac
tiee Is down in black and whiie.
If we trace this teaching to Its
origin, we find that the fatalities that
occurred from this practice always
happened when the temperature of
the air was 85 degrees or upward. The
symptonms described are those of sun
stroke or heat exhaustion, and the
clinicians of the day had confused, or
rather not yet dlifferentiated, the ef
fects of heat suppression and the very
dIfTerent experlence of giving the in
teror of the stomach a cold bath.
8o strong was the belief that the
taking of a cold drink, and not the
Inability to get rid of heat, was the
cause or those pathological catastro
phes of hot weather that in one of our
largest cities a century since the hu
inane society placed printed posters
on the pubiic pumps, warning the hot
and thirsty to pause before imbibing
and hold the cup in the hands until
some of the dangerous cold was ex
tracted from the water. Very differ
ent from what a humane society might
be doing in this day.---New York Medi
BASS ALWAYS A WANDERER
Fish Has No -Special Abode, but Seeks
Places Where Food Is the
The bass, both large and small
mouthed, is a roamer. le Is always
looking for the place where the most
food Is, and is fond of variety. You
can fish for hin night or day, as he is
a 24-hour feeder, but early morning
and late afternoon are the surest times
to get hiM right.
He is an active rogue, and continu
ally rising from tho bottom to the
surface, at times jumping above the
water in pursuit of food. He changes
his home and feeding ground as the
season passes.- In the spring he is
found in shallow water in streams and
rivers, below rapids and riffles, and as
the water warms up lie moves to deep
pools sheltered by logs, weeds or
ledges. During the summer, he mi
grates to greater depths, where the
water Is cool.
The same Is true of the lake bass.
In the spring lie frequents the shal
low places, but later lie goes Into the
weeds and lily pads. The small-mouth
bass favors, stony bars or shoals vary
ing in depth from 2 to 40 or 50 feet,
while the, large-mouth prefers weeds
and nmddy bottoms.
Mars Green a Well as Red.
A few weeks ago we mentioned that
an English astronomer had. gone to
Teneriffe to ' make observations of
Mars during the~ planet's nearest ap
proach' to the earth for the past 13
years. Mr. P. Ryves recently sent the
following message to a London paper:
"My instruments have been installed
at Izana at an altitude of 8,000 feet.
The sky is cloudless.
"Mars has been observed at about
the time of its least distance from the
earth. Snow aroundl both planet's
poles is abundant. Tde south temper
ate regions are dark and~ pronouncedly
'The rest of. the side of the planet
now visibfe shows little detail, but
there are red color marks suggesting
clear, dry weather- over this part of
Mars."-Montreai Family Herald,
Many ancient Bibles are owned in
Genesee county, according to reports
comning into Flint, says a dispatch to
the Detroit Free Press.
*Rev. Gleorge Bedford, pastor of the
Congregational church at Grand
Blanc, "laims to own the oldest one.
It was printedh In Oxford, England, in
1825. lie has another printed in
Worcester, Mass., in 1707.
Of the many old Bibles In the coun
try, a majority of th m are reported
to be well pireserved, and are distin
guished from the modern Bible by the
addition of books to be found in them,
such as ICadra, Baruch, Susanna, Mac
Barytone Sings of New Grocery.
The swaying notes of a jazz tune
comning from the .sky in a clear hary
tone voice caused hundreds of shop
pers at IEighth avenue andi Fifty
second street to gaze upward In
wonderment. On the roof of one of
the five-story b~ulldings they glimpsed
a man holding a megaphone 10 his
mouth. When he had, coniclud~ed the
song thme man announcedj tos the world
at large the opening of a niew grocery
and butcher sliop on the"grpund floor
of the building on which hie stood.-'
New York Sun.
* She Should see a Doojor.
Julia, a very younig iliti Inudy, wIth
har' father. Gwas vlsiting the large
lobbyv of the West Baladen (jotet. Her
fiher, in ,spdaking to n friend, re
inarkeAi tjit tlie aciousthes of toe place
were I) as After a lIttle Whie the
lttfe 4 ter iulaled-6n her ither''s
hI to tisd v hIsperett, "1 don't stpielt
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* T. .0LIVE NEWVS *
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Mt. Olive, Nov. 27.-We certainly on
JOyCd a surprise and ulexpected visit
IS'uniday -fron Nir. \Villie Bobo and fain
11ly or Clinton, who "Forded" up Sun
day Ilorning for the day. With Mr.
aid .Mirs. Hobo were three daughters,
Misses .lyrtle, Carrie and Clara and
Mlaster Robert, their youngest son and
namliesake of Cov. Cooper. The day
was rendered one of our most pleasant
in recent years. IMrs. Bobo, who was
'Miss Anna Bolt, of Mt. Callagher, iwas
a student and teacher with us at Jones,
back in the nineties -and naturally
some' of the conversation must drift to
those days of pleasant work, when the
school grew and flourished and ev
erybody was hap~py. Some of the pleas
ant things recalled were the students
from other districts al(d the work they
did. Arthur Bolt brother of Mirs. Bobo
and one of the best and deepest stu
dents we ever knew, Gov. Robert Coo
per, Rev.,'homer Owings, Furinan Mar
tin. Basbl Morrison, Wash -and Minnic
.ones, Othella KCooper. Alpha Rasor,
Lydia and Nona Riley are a fow of
those who helled the community chil
dren and parents make the school what
it was. The annual closing occasions
were made memorable by the unusual
ly large attendanco, the piciic <inners,
and the wholesome and inspiring ad
dresses of such men. as Judge Eugene
B. Gary, .Dr. IN'V. W. Daniel, Dr. J. W.
'Daniel, Dr. McBride, Rev. It. M. Pratt,
Col. John 11. Wharton, and others. Mrs.
Bobo at that time was a <qulet -but very
jovial girl and'a hard student as well
as a careful teacher. By these And
other commendable traits of character
she easily won hier way to the affec
tions of those who know her well. -It
was a great pleasure to have her and
her interesting family in our home for
the first time in years.
On last Monday Mrs. S. II. Wallace
of Gray Court, lMrs. Gennie Hamilton
of ikom, and -Miss Genevieve Cutbert
son of ,Poplar Springs, were here for
the (lay with relatives.
Mr. andi Mirs. N. 10. Cooper spent
last week end with relatives at Gray
Mirs. Alta Cooper and 'Mrs. (olden
went to Tigersville Saturday to see
their daughters, Sula Mae Coopor and
Ludell Golden, who are attending the
'North !Greenville Academy.
Mr. Calvin Cheek and family of
Ekom 'have left their home farm and
moved to Shoals Junction where they
ex)ect to continue farm and other
(During the cool days of last week a
few porkers were slaughtered and the
first change from beef to sausage was
a pleasant experience.
NEGRO4 WOMAN FINDS
$5,000 -PIN ON STREET
And (arries It to Pollee Station to
Find the Owner.
New York Times.
Failing to find the owner of a $5,
000 bar 'pin she had picked up from
the gutter Winifred Jones, a negress,
Brooklyn, wvalked into the WVest Forty
seventh Street Station inst night and
turiied the pin over to D~etective Wit
11am Moore. She asked '1oore to hel~p
tier restore the .pin to its owner.
"I just halipened to glance downa
at the curb wvhen I was walking home
from 'work and saw somnething snini
lag there ini the trash,'' she told
Moore. "I1 looked in all the papera
that day and the niext day, and not
Ihnding any tr'aee of the .owner. I
thought I'd better tell the police about
Buy your goods now, Cotton and
wool goods golnx to be higher later. ..
C. Burns &Co.
SUMMONS FOR REIdEF"
State of South Carolinm,
Co uty of Laurens.
COUJRT OFC COMMON .lsIJEAS.
Myra Medloek, Matilda ilollams, Eliza
boeth Haeden, E~mmia Kunight, 'Rebecca
JTane Knight, W. L. Knight, James
Knlght, John Knight, i.\artha Ann
TPumblin, Chiarity C!ox, J1. A. C. L~ind
Iey, Hiannahi Charles, Sar'ah Lindley,
WV. C. Lindhley, J. L. Lindley and John
(G. WI. ihdley, H. Y. Lindley, M. A.
- W. Ii. Lindley, E. C.:Lindley and any
other' children of Willliam U. -Lindley
and Trhomas .Lindltey, sons of Wit
11amLIindloy, deceased, anid the heiirs
at law, devisoee and legal represen
tatives of the decoasedt children of
said Willianm'Bi. hindlhey and TIhomas
'Lindley, wyhose names, ages and
lhaces of reosidenco are unknown,
Altce Knight, J. M. Ktnight, Frank
Jnight, Euigene -Knight, iMary le
Knight, Gladys Knight,'Hlelen Knight,
Mar'vin Knight, Ervin K~nighti Sybil
.Knight, Clara Knight, J. D). Brown,
Nora Earl, -Alice WValker', Nan
Hughes, Wilt ,Drowna, Ella 'Creawell,
Bess Nor'ris, Jim B3rown, Mamnie
Coker, W. IR. Medlock, in hits own
right and as Administrator of, the
estate of Elizabeth 'Lindley, deceas
-ed, J. M. Medlock, N. 'H. Medlock, N.
J. Medlock, Mrs. Lb. A. Hiendilx, )'liza
Medhock, the heirs at law, devisoes
and legal representatives of J. P.
Medlock, docesed,'husaband of Mary
iedlock, deceased, *whbse unmesn,
ages and places of *esidence are un
Nknown, Poly dndkey, Maindiia God,
fldvy -J6taiesih'dtoe liollyiV'dltey.
Charlton Lindley, Nan Cannon, Tom It)
Cannon, Clara Cannon, Jenell Can- ti
non, Claud Pitts, Nettie Bolter, Tol t
Bolt' 'Nan McNinch. J. Dolt, Ludie a
Bolt, Etta F.ahon, Columbus Reid, 1
.James Reid, Mi inic 'Coker, Furman
Reid, Clarence Reid, Milton Reid, J.
I,. Lindley, James Lindley, May Doll il.
\Villiams, Annie King Brauaus Lind
ley, the heirs at law, devisees and
legal repreaentativc; of John Rod
gers, deceased, surviving husband of
.Miary todgers, whose names, ages
and places of residence are un
known, 111be CAinnuon, Leollard Rod
gers, Charlie 'Rodgers, Sam Vaughn,
Cla Evans, Cynthia Norman, Mary
Pricks, Jane 1i tes, E R. itidgeway,
i-lettie 'Hopkins, John Ridgeway,
Itagsdale Ridgeway, Lena Chandler,
Ileulah Coker, Ellen Ridgeway, Davis
Uidgoway, Anna Reynolds, and to
all persons claiming anly interest in
150 acres of land in Latirens county,
South Carolina, devised by \Villiam
Lindley, now deceased, to his wife
Betsy 'Lindley and his daughters,
Charity :indley, Sarah Lindley and
Elizabeth Lindley, Defendants.
'Pa the defendants above named:
You are hereby summoned and i
(uired to answer the complaint in this
action which was filed in the ofice of
tile Clerk of Court of Conmon Pleas
for -Laurens 'County on the 28th day
of November, 1922, And is now oil file
in his oice an([ to serve a copy of your
answer to the Raid complaint on the
subscribers at their office, Parmersl
National ihank Building, at Luren1,
South Carolina, within twenty days
after the service hereof excliusive of <
as our rent 1
If you va
Men's Heavy Ribbe
Ladies' Vests, medii
Ladies' Heavy Ribbi
Good Quality Outin
81-in. Unbleached S
Good Quality Ginghi
,'terns) per yarci
Ladlassie Cloth, (faa
Best Grade Heavy11
Pongee (Japanese ni
Beautiful Towels, e,
Do not buy a pa
-or women's shoes ui
-line and prices.
We Are Ahi
10 day of such service, and if you fail
) answer the complaint within the
[me aforesaid the laintiffs in this
etion will apply to this court for th(
elief demanded in the complaint.
SIMlPSON, COOPIOR & B3ASI.
;ated 28th day of Nov. A. 1). 19122.
'o tie non--esidoent defendanlits: G. \V
lindley., H. Y. Lindley,-M. A. Lindley
J. B. ILindley, J. L. Lindley, XV. 1I
Lindley, 'X. "". Linley, and a11ny) oth
er childrnl of \Villiaml -D. 1.inldle3
and Thomas 'hindley, sons of \Vil.
liam) Lindley, deceased, and tle leirk
at I w, devisees and legal re:iresen.
tatives of the deceased children o
said \William 13. Lindley and Thomma.
Lindley, whose names, ages an<
placos of residence are unlikiowl
Nora Earl, Hess Norris, Eliza Med
lock, (Ile leirs at law, devisees atll
14l-e'gal representatives of .J P. :Med.
lock, dceased, husband of .lar
MAlock, dleceased, whose names
agesi and places of residence are un.
known. .). AI. .Aledlock, J. 1H-. .\edlock
N. .1. .ledlock, L. A. Hendrix, helir
t law, devisees and legal represen.
tatives of John Hodgers, deceased
whose naies, ages and places o
residence are uiknown: and all per,
sons claiming ally interest in 1.5
nercs of land in 'taurens County, S
C., devised by William LAndley, nov
deceased, to his wife Betsy Lindle,
aud his daughters Charity Lindley
Sarah Lindley -and Elizabeth Lind
You will nlease. take notice that thI
'omiplaiit in this action was filed it
p nd to
serve you bettt
s lower we car
lue youir doliar
1 you buy.
d Union Suits 95c
im weight, each 39c
ed Union Suits 85c
g, per yard . 15c
heeting, per yard 35c
am (dark pat
I. . 15c
;t colors) per yard 20c
. . .$1.25
rnade) per yard 59c
iade) per yard $1.19
ach . . 50c
Fast Color Dress SI
Losiery of All Descripti
ir of children's, men's,
rtil you have seen our
rays Glad to He
The Store of
the ollice of the Clerk of Court of Con
mlon, PleaH for Liaurens County, South
Carolina, oi the 28th day of'November,
1922, and is n11w on file therein.
SIMIPSON, COOPIR & BABB,
Ul)tted 28th day of Nov. A. J). 1922.
To tie infant children of William 11.
LiIley an(d Tlhomllas- LAidley, sons of'
WI!I!am Lhid!ey, de.eoed; Im iln
fant heirs at law, legal representa
tives an1d devisees of the deceased
c11ildren o' \Villil 11. Lindley la(
Thomltlas 1Linl(dley, sons of\ William
Lndley, deceased and the persons
with whoml1 they resid, w l(se
names, ages and places of residence
are unknown; To the infant heirs
at law, legal re eselntatives and de
vises of .1. 1'. Aledlock, leceased,
- huband of Alar 1led lock, deceased,
and to tile *ersons witl Wiloi t
resido, whose name2111s, ages and plac
es of residence are 11 un1knowl To tle
iniant legal representatives, heirs
at law and devisees of' John Hod
gerF, deceased, husband of' Aary
todgers, deceased. and to the per
sonls with whom they reside, whose
natmes, age% and places of resience
are unknown; To the infuiant defend
-1ant8 J. M. Knight, Frank Knight, 10u.
gene Knight, 'Mary Lou Kiight,
Gladys Knight, -lielen Knight, Mar
vin Knight, 10rvin Knight, 'Sybil
Knight, an(1 Clara Knight, and to
Alice Knight, with wion said infant
defendants reside; To the infait de
fendants Clara Cannon, and Jenell
annon 1111 and to Tom Cannon, with
I whom said infant defendants reside;
Do Its I
; Goods air
,r as our store i
sell goods for 1
s examine Cohei
Yard Wide Wool Ser
Infants' Wool Sweate
Ruben's Cotton Infani
Ruben's Wool Infants
Ruben's Silk and Woc
36-inch Linen Finishe<
Nashua Wool Blanket
Ladies' Wool Slipover
Men's and Boys' Pleal
Bedroom Slippers, all
Men's Heavy Work Si
Boys' Wool Suits.
M'AS GIFTS THIS
Men's Knitted $1.0'
iirts, each . 98c
mns at Incomparable Pric
I LADIES' REAL
If you need a coat,<
er, and you want the]1
you can pay, come to
wve You Look a
To all other inifants claiming any In
terest in 150 acres of . land in L.,au
irns County. S. C., devised by Wit
iam laide11y, ntow deceamed, to his
CA, If' tBtsy I indley, and his daugh
ters, Charity liAindley, Sarah 1Andle
and 10lizabeth lAindley.
An11d to each of the dteendats to this
act ion who are infanits and to the
persons with whomt they reside:
You will please take notice that you
a r- hereby stimmllioned and requiro ed to
apply for the appointi ment of a Guard
in ad lAite-i to repesilt you as in
faint defmndaits in this action, and i4
appIly for the appoiitiliitmnt ( a Guard
inn Ad I(item to represent thu infati
defenidan(s residing with you who are
under (he age of 1-1 years, within 21.,
days after the service of this s:um
monls upon You, aild if yotu fail t) alp
ply for the appointment of such
Gu(ardian Ad lAitei within such time
the plaintiffs in this wation will apply
to the Clerk of this Court on the 21st
d.ty aftcr the ervi' f ithis summ111n0s
up1)on yout, at his oflice at 'tauriens,
South Ck 'arolinia, at t hour 01of ton
o'clock in lie forenoon, or so soon
thereafter as counsel can Ab he aid.
for the api poitienit of some coim:'e
tent and fit personl to act as Guardian
Ad Liteim for the infant defendants, so
failing to apply or for whoin 1no appli
cation has been made, for the appoint
ment of Guardian Att lAitem to repre
sent them inl this action.
SI MPSON, COOP liL & HABI,
Dated at ILaurens, S. C.,
this the 28ti day of Nov. A. D.. 19212.
s larger, and
a's goods and
ge, per yard 65c
rs, each . 98c
ts' Vests, each' 25c
'Vests, each 49c
>l Infants' Vests 98c
:I Cannon Cloth,
. . 24c
:s, large size, $3.85
:ed Back Caps 95c
colors, a pair 95c
birts . . 65
$4.95 and $5.95
) Ties, each 39c
Iress, skirt or sweat
latest styles at prices
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