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$150,000,000 TO BE
LOANED IF NECESSARY
Thirty One Bankert? IMhciihh Crop Mov
ing With Secretary of the Treasury.
Took Opportunity to Propose Chung
es In Currency Itcform Bill Tending.
Washington, Aug. 8.?The $50,000,
000 of federal funds about to bo de
posltcd in the national bunks of the
Went and South to assist in moving
tho crops, will bo Increased to $1150,?
000,000 if necessary. The desire of
the government to mobolize all the
needed cash of tho public treasury In
the agricultural belts of tho country
to avert the money stringency charac
teristic of the crop moving period was
communicated today to bankers of tin
Central West at a conforenco with
secretary MoAdoo and Assistant Sec
retary John Skolton Williams, called
by the treasury department to make
arrangements for tho distribution of
tho big sum.
While the r?!presentatlvc financiers
fresh from the markoting centres of
tho Middle States welcome the pros
pect of the proposed deposits the ?:on
census of opinion, It was stated, seem
ed to be that $50,000,000 would he am
ple to meet the situation.
Will Relieve Strain.
The dominant tone, of the bankers'
??xprossed convictions, the treasury
department announced tonight, wus
that business conditions were good,
but that the promised deposits would
relieve the usual strain.
The 31 bankers gathered at the
meeting seized the opportunity to pre
sent their views on currency legis
lation to tho government. They urg
ed two material adinendments to the
pending Qalss-Owen bill?one cur
tailing the powers of the federal ro
sorve hoard t?> control the present
bank system and tho oth"r essentially
modifying the reserve requirements of
the measure so as to minimize the de
centralization of credits. With these,
changes, It was stated, all hut two of
tho 31 hankers favored immediate
banking and currency legislation.
Amendments to the bill were pro
posed to Chairman Owen of the sen-'
ate finance committee after the con
ference with the treasury officials re
garding the deposits.
Would Lessen Towers.
It was urged that the federal hoard
ho deprived of all powers of Initiative,
leaving thai function with the pro
posed advisory board composed of
bankers. Strong criticism was made of
tho reserve features of the bill.
The bankers declared that as at
present drawn It would decentralize
croillts to such an extent as to Im
pair business seriously, some maln
talning tliat they would be obliged
raatertaly to decrease their loans.
They asked for a reduction of the re
serve required of country and reserve
city banks and such a relaxation an
would permit the continuance of a
proportion Of reserves, with reserve
agents us at present, instead of forc
ing the reserves into the federal re
serve hanks or keeping them in the
banks' own vaults.
Senator Owens promised to take all
recommendations under consideration.
Secretary McAdoo heard the South
ern bankers yesterday and win confer
with Fur West representatives next
Thursday rogurdlng distributing tho
deposits of the $50,000,000.
? DIALS. ?(
Dials, Aug. IL?A marriage that
came us a surprise to their many
friends, was that of Miss Grace Owlngs
and Mr. Pierce Thomason, on last
Sunday afternoon, August 3rd. The
young people left their homes to at
tend services at Green Pond church.
After services, however, they drove
to Fountain Inn where the marriage
was solemnized by Rev. Mr. Wiggins,
pastor of the Methodist church. The
youthful bride Is the eldest daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Owlngs and a
young lady of many charms. Mr.
Thomason Is a son of Mr. John Thom
ason and a successful farmer. Mr.
and Mrs. Thomason are at home tem
porarily with the parents of the bride.
Messrs Haskell Cray and David
Brownlee have returned from a camp
ing trip to Stomp Springs. The oth
er members of the congenial party
wore Messrs. Ralph and Milton Wilson,
John Armstrong and "Wallace, of Shl
loh, and Wellie and Ludle Aheicrom
hie of Hendersonvllle.
Mr. and Mrs. Casper Fowler, from
near Fountain Inn, spent several days
last week with Mr. 1). 1). Harris and
Mr. Laurens Cheek and sister have
returned to their homo In Gray Court,
after visiting John Swlt/.er and sis
ter, Miss Anna.
Messrs Bascom Hrownlee, of War
rior, and 0. A. Jolly, of Spartanhurg
visited Messrs I). I), and J. L. Hrown
lee last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Holder and chil
dren, of Laurens, are visiting Mr.
Holder's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. V.
Miss Alpha Martin had as her guest
Thursday night, Miss Fdna Owens, of
Mr. Jasper Martin, of Weirrior, spent
several days last week with Mr. B. W.
Martin and family.
MIhs Emma Harris Ik visiting the
Misse? Fowler near Fountain Inn this
Miss Leah Riddle, of Gray Court,
was the week-end guest of Miss Ostell
.ks Cecil OwlngS spent several
days last week in Gray Court visiting
.Miss Bather Porroh.
Misses Arnold and Varhrough and
Miss Bessie Moore, of Enoree, arc the
guests of Miss Jewel Curry.
Miss Thelma Langston, of Spartan
burg, is the charming guest of her
cousin, Miss Kate Curry this week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Holt and chil
dren, of Hendorsonville, and Mr. Con
| way Gray spent Sunday with Mrs. .1.
K. Brownlee and family.
Miss Ruth Curry has returned from
an extended visit to relatives in
Miss Sallie Brownlee had as her I
guest Saturday, Miss Carrie Armstrong ,
of Green Pond.
Master Frank Curry has returned
from Ashvllle, where he has been with
his sister. I
Miss Nell MdCall is visiting in the
The protracted meeting commenced
here Sunday morning with the pastor
doing the preaching. No doubt much
good will be the result as Mr. Munncr
lyn Is a forceful speaker.
Mountvllle, Aug. 11.?'Mr. and Mrs.
W. G. Nelson, of St. George, arc on a
visit to Mr. Nelson's family near here.
Mr. A. B. Crosp, S. A. L. agent at
Hogart, Ga? spent Sunday with rela
Mr. and Mrs. W. .1. Cluck lert Sun
| day for a two weeks' trip up on Ten
nessee, to visit Mr. Cluck's father,
'Uncle John" (Muck.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Fuller and Rev.
Ellis Puller are on a visit this week
to Miller Lindsay, at Arden, N. C,
where Ellis will be engaged In a se
ries of services at that place.
On last Thursday afternoon this sec
tion was visited with the heaviest wind
and rain storm wc have experlend in
several years. Very little damage,
however, is reported so far and that
only to crops in different localities.
Miss Ix>ulse Richardson is on an
extended visit to friends in Hickory
Prof. E. S. "Werts, of Memphus, was
In town last week with relatives.
Shlloh, Auk. IL?-Dr. Whltner, whom
we mad6 mention of in ono of our
news letters recently as to him locat
ing in and around here to practice his
profession, has declined to come.
Dr. Martin, of Simpsonvllle, bus come
into the Held and is with Mr. .1. L.
Dahl win, lliekory Tavern.
On the eighth between I and ?"> 1'. M.,
this community was visited by a heavy
rain and wind storm.
Some pilferer entered the diningJ
room of Mr. L. T. Hoi lams last Mon
day night while they all slept and
took every pound of meal. it isn't
wise for the entire household to sleep
while pilferers prowl around.
Mrs. Fannie Irvln has for her,guest
her son, Mrs. .las. Irvln, of Atlanta.
We learn James holds a nice position
with one of the mills there.
Mr. Jesse Wolf, who is with the
Medloek Hros. Drug Co. of Atlanta,
is on a few days' visit to his old home.
Messrs. John Armstrong, Wellie
Abercromhle, Woodferd Wallace, Ralph
Wilson, Dave Hrownlee, Ludie Aber
cromhle and Milton Wilsor have re
turned home from Stomp Springs.
Mr. Ix)iiis Abercromhle, of the beau
tiful and progressive city of Ander
son, was a welcome visitor among
klnfolk here last week. Ixmis reports
crops line there.
Comparatively nearly everyone in
this surrounding vicinity will be at
a pace this week making preparation
for the annual picnic at Friendship,
which Is booked for the 16th. A crowd
of Mease voters will he present to
make the echo ring.
Mr. J. M. Hellams, of Henderson
vlllo, requested of us to say that he
has In his possession a bundle that he
picked up in the road near Trlnlty
Ridge school house recently, while on
his way from Laurens. The owner
can get same by calling on him.
Mr. \V. M. Armstrong and family
spent Sunday with Mr. Robert Arm
strong near Trinity-Ridge.
Mr. F. M. Hellams and family went
over to his wife's father, Mr. Press
Abrains, near Ware Shoals, yesterday.
Remarkable Cure of Dysentery.
"I was attacked with dysentery
about July loth, and used the doctor's
medicine and other remedies with no
relief, only getting worse all the time.
I was unable to do anything and my
weight dropped from 145 to l-T? pounds
I suffered for about two months when
I was advised to use Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
1 used two bottles of It and It gave
me permanent relief," writes 15. W.
Hill of Snow Hill, N. C. For sale by
? WATTS MILLS ?
Watts Mills. Aug. 11.?A severe
electric and rain storm passed through
this vicinity last Thursday evening.
During the cloud two houses were
struck by lightning. .Mrs. Gregory's
house was struck, the ball hitting the
piazza and tearing several posts up.
The other house struck was a negio
house occupied by Jim Teague. The
bolt tore a large portion of the weath-j
er boarding and ceiling off both sides |
of the house, knocked the door down, I
smashed a bureal glass and then ran
out on the porch, splitting a post op
en. The negores were in the house
and It seems almost a miracle that
they were not killed, the house being
a small one. The lightning also did
Other damage running on the electric
wires It came into the mill burning
out two or more motors. Several were
slightly shocked at their work In the
Mr. Charlie Pulley, who has been
quite sick with fever, Is some better
at this writing. Also Mr. Will Brown
lee and little girl who have been down
with fever for over two weeks are Im
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. ? Tidwell and
family, of Oakland Mills, Newberry,
visited at Watts Mills last week.
Several went from Watts Mills to
Charleston last Tuesday. Among the
number were J. G. Glllespie, J. A.
Marler, Walter Cargil and others
whose names your correspondent nev
Mr. Donnan, overseer of the cloth
room here, has been quite sick but
is again able to be on his job.
Mr. T. B. Wallace, former superin
tendent of Watts Mills and now super
intendent of Duneau Mills of Green
ville, S. C, was here for a short while
last Thursday evening.
Misses Annie Laura and Ola Mae
Hammett, of Greenville, visited at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Moore last
V)n last Friday a birthday dinner was
given at Mr.J. P. Murray's in honor
of the birthday of Mr. Muray and his
son, Mr. Charlie, father and son hav
ing the same birthday. Mr. Murray
was 67 years old and his son was 155.
Those present at Mr. Murray's were
Mr. Geo. Franks and family, Mr. John
son and wife. Ruf us Carter and family
and Mr. Leonard Murray. A fine day
was enjoyed by all present.
A large crowd was present at the
all day singing at Watts Mills last
Sunday. There was a number of fine
singers present among them. Prof.
Wilkie. Your correspondent does not
think that he ever heard a singer that
could get ahead of Mr. Wilkie. But be
sides him there was a number of other
good music teachers and singers and
a good day was enjoyed by all.
Rev. ?. C. Hedgepeth preached at
the Second Baptist church, Laurens,
Sunday eight in the absence of Pastor
Shealy who is off conducting revival
services in the eastern part of this
Rev. James Compton filled Pastor
Lewis' appointment at Watts Mills
Sunday night, Bio. Lewis being off ou
On last Thursday night the death
angel came into the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Jess Weathers and bore from this
world to thai, heavenly home, little
Clyde, their two year old son. The
little one was sick for several weeks
and suffered greatly until Jesus came
and took it up to he among the angel
hand. Loved ones sorrow not, the
dear little one is awaiting mamma and
pappa up in heaven at the pearly
gates. On Friday evening the burial
service took place at ML Pleasant
church seven miles southwest of Lau
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Eden, Aug. 11.?Dr. J. W. Beason
was in Greenville Friday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Hipp, of Mount
ville, visited Mrs. C. V. Hipp last week.
Mr. Jasper Martin, of the Warrior
Creek community, spent last week with
Mr. B. W. Martin and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Ersklnc Babb, from
Laurens, are spending awhile with Mr.
C. A. Babb and family of this com
Misses Lilla and Ruble Babb. of
Fountain Inn, visited relatives and
friends in this community last week.
Mrs. Brooks Nash and little son,
John Robert, of the Mema section^
spent several days last week with
Mrs. C. V. Hipp and Miss Sue Gray.
Messrs. Houston and Henry Simpson
visited Grady Babb Friday ulght and'
Suffered Eczema Fifty Years?Now
Seems a long time to endure tli*
awful burning, itching, smarting, skin
disease known as "tetter"?another
name for Eczema. Seems good to
realize, also, that Dr. Ilobson's Ecse
mn Ointment has proven a perfect
Mrs. D. L. Kennedy writes:?"I
cannot sufficiently express my thanks
to you for your Dr. Hobson's Eczema
Ointment. It has cured my tetter,
which has troubled me for over Hfty
years." All druggists or by mail, ">0c.
PFEIFFER CHEMICAL CO.
St. J.ouis, Mo. Philadelphia. Pa.
NOW IS YOU It TIME. ?ET IN ON
III IS DEAL, \> 11 111: THE GOOD
THINGS AHE GOING.
WHEN BURNS SAYS ITT A SALE
J. C. BURNS & COMPANTS
Big 13 Days Sale Closes Saturday 16th.
With a Big Crowd of Customers and the sale is going right, on until August 16th.
Come this Week and Avoid the Rush.
13 Days-RED HOT SELLING--13 Days.
This Sale is no miracle it's just a plain problem of simple arithmetic figuring the prices down lower than you
can buy the same goods wholesale. We are loading our rapid-firing guns heavy and we expect to fire 16
times to our enemy's one. We are well fortified in our own building at No. 210 W. Laurens Street, and we have
this building and a warehouse packed full of (Goods) amunition and our rapid-firing guns are our lowest prices,
which shoot the Goods out the front door of the Red Iron Racket at a rapid gate.
This $36,000.00 Stock is in the hands of the Price Slaughterers for Thirteen Days. Sale opened Saturday, Aug. 2d., at 8 o'clock and
will close Aug. 16th. Be on Time. One Price to all in plain Figures.
Hl'RN'S A CO.WPAN1 || B ? IM m\\\ AI HB tm\ B^MM HI'UN'S & COMPANY
Mr ?? t if 1 1 III mtw 11 m wmk mm sr.
1 J\Lii/ lIVUli J\jnvikEi ?
Is the Talk of the Whole Town and County. Good Things Going?Onfy 13 Days to Get in on This Deal.