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Strike mlat(ces to see into thle or'ners
of the cells.
"'I'he doctors tell Its that germttts
which cause certain diseases (lie quick
ly in direct sunlight., comparatively
quickly in diffuse sunlight--such as
gets into an ordinary room,-but live
and multiply in darkness," continued
Mr. Oliphant. "This being true, the
cell block in the Laurens county jail
is a germ incubator of the very best
type. Remember that when I visited
the county jail there were prisoners
in the cell block, who had two differ
ent kinds of contagious diseases.
"Besidos the lack of sunlight and
air in the negro quarters, it is im
practicable to scotur the floor there or
anywhere else on the second story of
thet jail," said .\lr. Oliphant. "The
flooring is so olI that the least hit of
water poured on i. triclIes thirou gh
the cra'cks between Ihe boards and
d )is n iii furnisiniigs of the sier
iff's reidee on tlie first story. The
be.st. that (.,In bel donle now\% to cleanl the
floors. of thev 'ocmnd story of t*he jail
I-. to mlop thlnl with a1 brushk dampened
w\,IIh a disinlfect inl,- so(lutiont. This
wethlod of clt:h- ing them is hlit or iSs'.
Th ii fca ti ti e ly a disinl
YOU CAN'T FIND ANY
DANDRUFF, AND HAIR
STOPS COiMiNG OU F
single traer (f d I 1, ' allin4 tilr
atnd your .ii,,! uit#n it , h. l but1vh t
will ple:v-e VWu h'.il b affe:- a
few wv k'u ."4a i u : o
hl , - ineo :11nd lif'wi y at, fir t er
it rea n11 w hIir - i all 4(.4r
A Hillh- 14:iiihirine iknmediatelv doll
bles Ihe bIauty of y r vml hi . \N 'i ')11'
lerence lti w du:!. '4 II ded. b:0fi l and
ystraggy, jus'Yt atiai:wn vloh uih Dan
terine and nIflily dw it huah
rour hI ir. tak i il n t : c'll strea d o1
I, timeI . The eft' is, inl:no !a :,11,
imazinlg--y our hair. will b), PighIt, filuf
'y and w ,d1a, id a1 pearan --
>f abundant : in in'lomparlt 1utre,
ftiles and luxui the beauty f hty
md shimmer of t hair ih.alh.
Get a 2-ent bottle of'K o lo '
)anderine from any drutg s torv or*
ollet. couinter, and prove that yourl'
inir Is as pretty and soft as any
ha,1 It hat; been' ne1glevted or. injure-d,
y careless, treatment. A 25-eent hot )
le will double the beauity of your
efe la nt, vill kill tile geI~tis it touches.
"It was a Iistake to build t1he (oun i
ty jail riglhtI on tle street line," dE
cla red Mr. Olipliant. "Colinmuincation
he't wein prisoneors and passersby Is too
easy. Tiis is Witnessed by the 1111111
her of jail deliveries or attetipted de
liveries which have occurred at the
lAlrlens county jail. The patched
bars of the cells and windows of the
jail testify to the ease with which the
metal work can he cut. The fact that
it has proved to be so easy to escape
from the jail should condemn the
building of itself.
"Passing from the structural defects
in the Laurens jail which make IL In
possible to keep decently cleai and
easy to escape from, it is worth while
to consider a few of the moral reasons
why the rounty should not tolerate any
longer its present county jail," sald
Mr. Olipliant. "In the fthst place cv
ery prisoner committed to the jail to
await trial Is innocent umner the law.
Ma Iny of t hem are finally cleared of the
clarges agaIlist them aid are In no
(lit in fact as well as in theory. 'T'le
(onty itself comitt a crime of no
small magiitde wli it t;k; a man,
he Ile ilovent or guilty, and forces
b . to Fliy inl it., pre.Fs I t i l on :
fonii o' tie probable detrimeit, to his
he altih. .\llthou' I do not recall a
an v in plint .iin:, nr v. if ai p ars t11
mo lh!al a -ood (n f actioll wouh
!! 41in:, 1 a vou iii a m11a whi(o h1ad
ben conifinefd inl thel countly Ja1il and41
li-t his4 health bY reals-on ()I th1i:; ((1n
iN m 114, 111 n b rii aili m l dam..
lns . tI n o fiit hal an)'tV ry a
i nt f hii a :f's hit ilt w hihthe a in nt
iri f l' ,tihta'c - h'o~ ltV lw i i- i ll if
to in1 m1. t )i th t 'I h ja 1:1 11.
"it ', lisoay I ilni1e e oeffet.
conifn1-nen') Ill tHw -r: county jaIll
hasu on 11hv 1mo:-A lv nar of1 a m n. as
luIoAd of ChaiIlies tnd Crections.
atin.d wh om;, has benrwo i n ll
c ie I darkh 1 plaglt ''I vhficl
. :.\ MVI innoc n 1 ma inl Jail is
,Il Inhld wh-on sori-ty ha., \%ounided.
A i.\ ty manl In j:ill is, anl animal wh~o
has, %,ounded socilety*. The, one has hl.,
o-!n hu t urse; thef othier hlis hate
to (herishl. Keep a1 manl for a period
in thw I"aIrenls counity jail-anid it is
n1ot to bo wvonderedl if h14 becomesm a
brultv, reasoning,' If hle he innocent.
"Soviety has, inflicted a great wrong
upon me,. and f will repaty it In Ilike
eoin,'' or-, If he be guilty "I hiave fal
leni so low I can fall no further." W'hy
bo surprised whlen an innoceut L man
Ileared of one eharge returns to the
jail giuilty of another Charge? Is there
aniy calse for aiazement that a man
gi Ilt1Y of one clile should romit Ili
other WieIn the county has kept him
contlined before he was tried for hIs
first offense in a dark, noisome place
where the free sunshine and fresh air
are dented him, and no effort mado to
"As a roprosentative of the Stato
Board of Charities and Corrections
which has visitorial and advisory pow
ers over all the penal, charitable and
correctional Institutions In the State,"
concluded Mr. O I tuhant., "I wish that
every citizen of Laurens would visit
the county jail between now and the
time for the convening of the general
assemly. [hen I am satisfied that
1l1urens would get a new county jail.
I believe though, that the cointy dele
gation to the general assembly is go
In g to provile du ring the next session
of .he legislat nre file means for build
ing a new jail. Naturally as repres'n
taives of the people of tle coutyi they
want to be assu red that thf- vitlizens
theimseles want a new jail. nhe easi
eat way for any (itizlen to convinceiP
hiiself that anlotier jail sholII he
built is to vIsAt the present jail."
Mr. Oliphant also vitlled the v various
chain ganlls. Ih stated that these
wver kept a. well as the av gaVntV
For tle- e i e r o .oev
si y ow', 8:;.ui: l'wo Iterkkifiri- 'aws.
(li'led to r'ist ratilon, $2.6 1ach:
l rade pivs and 'Aloals all Size-:. W. IH.
('lnks als I~ure .14 . C'. I I- I t y1d
Ul:.1TIl OF J(Nill )()OOSIEI.
W ell hinown ('ontfiderie of I'lie Wa.
Serlo i Ne('lon Died 1Wedniesday.
Mr. .lnh Fooshe, who hla,; beenl
t inl" hiis holm liar Water!oo for
years, d(Ad thore last Wedlneslday
1oring at the age of 72. IfI is sur
vived byI hIs wVile. Mr. ooshe had
been In declilling altillh for some tiie,
iue to his manly yars, ald though iot
un1"lexctd, his death came Is a blow
to his imlanly frieids. \ith his deatlh
there passes another veteran of the
('onfederate Arly, the deceased haviniig
been a member of ('o. 1). 27h1 Rhegi
ien t. lie was a good soldier, hind
husband and a neighbor whom tll
loved and respected. [le was a devot
vd member of the Waterloo Baptist
h'Iis Qtestion Sh4ould4 lie Answered
Ensily Iby eLes I Ieopl.,
\\'bleh is wiser-to liav conibence
InI the opinions of your fellow-citizens
of ioie You know, or depend on
statements made by utter strlIgers
relsiding in far-away places? tead the
Mrs. L. 0. 1liers,. 802 S. Ilarper St.,
Laurens, says: "I had weak kidneys
and about a year ago I as in bad
shape. I could hardly g out of bed
in the morning, my bac was so lame
and every time I mov a Vain shot
through me. My kidne s acted too of
ten and the kidney ecretions were
unnatural. My he was in a whirl
most of the time, e of my relatives
had used Doan's Idney Pills with
such good resulta hat I got a box at
the 'iaurens iDrug Co. I felt better
after the first few doses and sig boxes
completely cured inc."
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy--get
Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that
Mrs. Ililts had. Foster-MII lbrIIIn Co.,
Props., liuffalo, N. Y.
ieet-ing of 1'. 1). C.
TIe J. It. Kershaw Chapter 1. 1). C.,
will ineet .londay afteritoon, Novem
her ist with lrs. W. (. lAtncaster, at
Deatli of Little i' rl.
Last A.onday little Canie tiublin
passed away at her home nea r t le city
an11d was burlied at Old lields ch1uruch
on Tlesday. SIe was Ily' clevenl
years old, anod was tle dauglhter of
.\r. aid s. .1lh 1. LTiumlblin. About.
two yea's ago slhe reCelved an ijury
from whieb slh niever recovered, Ir
drath followinitg sl:ortly after an op
cr:tlonl to riemove the iNijiury. She was
a bright and at'ract iv.e little lady and
lier ininy friends will miss her and
all join the heeavdW parents In their
DEIIA111l OF AllSS N.\NAIls ylHA Ni.
Es iuslle Itesident of Laurens Died
at lIer Helim iere Lust, Tirsday .
Miss Nanbi Flraiks, a well known
r'esident. of this ty', died at her home
h te las TurIsa afte I long period
of illness. -he id just retitrn'
froim tichli mond wlerie sie had been
In a hospItal for' treaitimlent wh lieu she
becamne suddenly w or'se, lingering on
ly a few days till ler death on ithurs
ilay mtorin'ti Ig. 'Ilie funeral fervices
were condtrIed at Ithe Chestnouit IUdge
Cliiircl of wtleli shte was a consIstent
miember the nmost part of ler forty
five years of life. The Rev. M. L'.
Lawson of the irist Baptist Chur('lh
of Laurens conducted the services
A GOOD DRESS SUIT
Why wear a second-hand Dress Suit
when you can buy a New One at a Reason
able Price. I have a tailoring house whioh
makes a apecialty of Evening Garments.
Don't buy a Suit in the old why by renting
it. Come in and let me ta for you a Suit.
Remember the phu-o-11 Law Range,
South Iarper Street, e lere the boys get
I heir Bettor Clothes mi de. Also remember
yoi (nn have an ( ereoat made here at
tle Same Price.
J. W. HENDERSON
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