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VOLUMJB XXX. ~AU f~N,-SUTII--_
- LAUREN, SOUTHCAROLiNA, WEDNESDAV, SEPTEM~BER 30, 1914.NUB
WILL MUSTER OUT
Bleaso -Si'.ns Order A ffecting Detleiei
Commands. Endorsed by War Depart
Columbia, Sept. 25.-The millitar
companies at Liberty 11111, llarnwel
Conway, Walterboro and the coast am
tillery reserves are to be mustered ou
of the service of the National Guar
of this State and disbanlded, orders-I
this effect having been signed late til
afternoon by Governor B3lcase. hes
companies were found deficient at tit
annual Inspection and recommende
to be 'mustered out ol service by th
war department several months agt
All Federal aid has already been witli
drawn from them.
TIle issuiig of this order this aftei
looln recil us the controversy betwee
the war department and Governo
Blease Over hIs refusal to muster ou
certain collpallies found defiellient.
It is expected that 1he muster ing Ou
of these companies Is only the begin
1ing of the plan to build up the elli
eliCy of tile National utard. A dj
(ei. W. W. Moore has been iln accor
vith the policy of keeping the miiliti
up to a state of eillcienicy, anad his e
foils have beeni approved by the wa
All Federal aid was withdrawn frot
the milItia of South C"ar'olinla sever.
'ihe order issued itonigit musterinl
out the comilhiniis mentiotneld follows
"September 2.3, 191 1.
"G'enieral Order No. 73.
"1. Under the provislonls of Sectio
39, Military Code of South Carolin;
Company 13, 1st. Infantry, 'liberty 1111
S. C.; Companies l0. Barnwell. S'. C.; 1
Conway, S. C. and K, Walterboro, .
C., r3d In fantry, N. G. S. C., and 2n
company coast artillery reserves, Lan
caster, S. C., are hereby mustered ou
of the military service of South Cart
"2. pending the settlement of thei
property and financial accountabilit
the commanding oflicers of said organ
lrations will be carridd otn the una
3. Leut. Col. .aJmes T. IIorsb.
State armorer, is hereby directed t
proceed to Barnwell. September 28 an
21: Walterboro, c'eptember 30 and Oc
tober I; Conway, October 2 and .; Li
)erty H1ll, October 7 and .8, and upo:
),Al arrival he will receive from th
ebn-mtanding. oflicers of above name
comanies all public property, Unite
Statis and State. for whieh they, th
saidl (< mi*Any commnander.i are oo
sible, giving receipt therefor. aftv
carefully verify accounts of same.
"Cole L. Blease,
"Governior of South CarolIit, Com
''Offiltal: W. W. 1oe
.."Thle Aditizait enerl.
T iHE F"AltEiLW c ANCE.
For the next sixty da . I will tk
cotton at 1ie per pi , strict id
d1n1- bamsis, in paiymeI . for premiuim
on all new insurne . policIes. Th
(Germniia Life Iusurance to., which
represet. is oneI oft the oldest, strongs
eist and14 mtost riabJtle comieiis ini th
wor!~1 iuiad their policies have man 011
newv andl atltractive feature. 'See
.1. E. ('LA fl Y,
RI N~liNG D). Y
A la!0STI 1 E~ lII
iimt ('itus Ilounid Tlhls Way on Fly
ChIiildren are' now'. otn the' .ir est. bc
havior' in ant Icipatiotn oif a reazl trea
on October' 6th, when Itinglhing Ilroth
ers'i' Wior'lti's Greatest Shows wIll ex
hiblt In Spiartanliurg., it Is expce
that this cIty wIll sek d more than It
uisutal niumber oif ".' wdust fants"' t
welcomte this popul 'j circuos.
ittigling Bi'oth - prtomlie man
novellties anad inoq I lin ando ta "bly
get' and better' everythlig" Is the sIc
goun. Preceding the regular circi
perfoi'tance the neiw s'pectalie c
"Solomon and1( the Queen or Shebai
wvill be enacted on the largest stag
In thle wor'ld. Th Is imnnn othI 1,2M
"ha racter itigeant cost $1,.000,0100 an
t ho costumes, scenery andl stage pre
jporties a re taidl to .be a revelation I
gorgeousness. Among the 3185 arenl
acts, are scor'es of equestrians Includ
Ing the. Lloyds, famous i~nglish ride'rn
the Hlorsinls, rolling globe artists; tht
Blalkauns, whir'lwlnd riders fr'om th
Bailkait mountains; thle five highet
perch acts ever piresented; hoxinig an
wrestling kangaroos; fIve herds (
trick elenhants; 50 clowns. 20 familie
of aerialists and n magnifieent hior
show and spoeed tournament. The 'meri
agerie is 'larger and more complet
.t an ever and features many animal
,never beefet'e exhibited-in Ameriea.
fYee street paradowil' ~e gitta on th
'2Iirningr of shnqr Aa
"LOOK!" CRIES BOY;
SHOOTS SELF DEA[
14-Year-Old With "Unloaded
Revolver Takes Own Life
While at Play.
Chicago.--After amusing himsel
with a number of playiates the othe
0 day, Herbert Eaberlin of 1710 Nort
4 Hlalst,?el street, fouritent years old, wenl
C to hi) home and returned to the grou
o of boys with a revolver in his righ
e "Well, fellows, watch me kill m3
self," the boy shouted, as It placei
the weapon against his right temple.
"Wow--ha, ha., watch him," crie
the crowd of boys.
As the lad pulled the trigger th
'veapon exploded and lerbert fel
Sd(ead, the bullet passing through hi
The buy's parents were at home an
t terd the shot. Shouisi of the boys ail
- prised them of what had happene(
an(] Mrs. Esberlin ran from her hom
and picked her. son from tile ground.
All the boys lecai tmnic-strie1i
ind a policeman from the West Nort]
~~"Watch Me Kill Myself."
-Jveniue station came in response t
- their call, le had the boy sent to a:
a undertaking establishment.
Sinvestigation by the pollee leads thx
detectives to believe that the bo;
p)Ulled the trigger withiout knowing
that the revolver was loaded. The;
C can find no reason why he might havy
-wished to commit suicide. His parenti
tr declare that his home life w~as happy
Po-Do-Lax lBanishies Pimples.
. Bad Blood, Pimpiles, Headaches, Bii
louisness, Trorpiid Liver. Constipatiom
etc., come from indigestion. 'Take Po
Do-Lax, the pileasant and( absolutel
suire laxative, and yon won't suiffe
from a deranged stomtach or othe
troubles. It will lone upr the live
and putrify the blood. Use it regular
e ly and yotu wvill siay well. have clea
-complexion andl steady tnervest. Glet
a 50c bottle tod1ay. Money bac0k if~ nc
A satisfIed. All d1uggists
e The "bestdescription of tire Batto
y f Waterloo it novel form" isi perhap
e that which is given in Victor inugo'
"Les Miserablos," altho the oto t
be fotnd in "Charles OMalley, th
Iris Dagootn," is also fine. It may b
said ith perfect fet y tat if yo
will rea? them both,.iugo's from th
Frtnch ie, and Lever's from th
English, you wviU get the best ant
c completest representation of the grea
.conflict, in novel form, to ho0 found ii
. literatture. The description in "Le
r iserables" h th more fatmous, bu
. Lever's story is also deservedly poj
I Plan to Stop Truscy.
The school authorities in the d
partment of tire Aube, France, hav
deided to put astop to truant pla
bing. All children over six al uie
thirteen found loitering about th
highways and hedgeways during secho
nlours, and unable to furnish a sail:
e factory reason for so doing, shall b
b aled before the ptolce commuissar'
lwho wiil severely r~eprimanud threm i.
- 5enid thlo'a back to ichool. E no th
Parents will riot be exempt from
e lshtment if they are held to be i
el THE FARMERS' 01i ANCE.
e For the next slxty' day I ili tak
tcotton at l0c pier potnn J, strict minl
di duing basis, in payment or pi-eium
'f on all now Insurance olieles. Tt
s Gerania 1Life Insurne Co., wvhlch
o represent, Is one of - oldest, strong
-est and most reliable tipanles In th,
e wor'ld and their pollcels have matn
s, new and attractive features. See a
$ e once.
Laurens, S. C
I. * * * * * * * * * * .*.
* YOUNVS NEIVS.
Younp-, S p.2 - ir .1.1. A. Aber
croible celebratedI her s'ven tietih
birl1thday last Tuesday, or rat
wvas Seventy years old, anld tiswa
her1 sievenity-first bir-thday. Ilier (II..
drenl anld their failies wvoro all1 there.
t except .\r. anid Mirs. 1".* 11.(;ro .
rs .1.N '-1.- -A bercrolinhie, anld lN.I
11 Frank Abercromnbie and( linten.it son.
t Mrs. Abercronipble Jlas nin ei livin-.
[)I childrenl and forty-threice g.Irand-i11h
t (1101. 'T'hose present besides thle fail
1ly were: Messrs Williamn and Orweli
abb, M iss 1in nmie Ilab), M s. KIn I
Smith, Mrs. Minnie WillianI and Chil
dren, Mrs. Alia Iiddle and(] children.
-Nir-. .Jonas Swink, of Woodruff. Mrs.
anld .\rs. W. W. Hur11dett, Ale. .11no. Dr
I delt and .\Iisses Ilmnia .\[,I% and .lessie
Aliss ''eior (lenn; of S)iatanbulirgp
I is visIting home folksi.
Alvin Iliddle who is vittending sch'ool
a1 Woodriluff was i iome yeti r d.(
.\ris. W. W. \ \e laco who h-.s beei
o n ne tn e!vstto h(er dalu!"hters,
bur-, has ,iust. returne. d homne. Ber;o.re
reur in homei, :,he( Mi e \r. L!1nelu
W h't n . I 'm lY .1t Ul' on. Air \\'ha
toll's fir.4 . v'. ;- *.I' (I ' W .,
\Ur. ;Ind .\;-7. V". W. Wae
Quit1o a n m a-r m ti o u n
Q!ty attenth !24 reachi I 1-:no-1ili Ii
Alessrs. .\nstinl .\,%rm 'ea d W.
F. Gr m lswent to) Il i 1ns on) hus
Not So .anly risoneri
London. Sept. 25.-.-The Central News
agency has receIved the followin gi'
I from itome:
"A message from1 Herlin says the g
general staff, having agreed to the
coipleto lists of prisoniers, has follild
it niecessary to adit that the lotals
already 1111oi need Were errioneous.1
The aggregate numinber of prisonlers In
Germa han ids Is reduced forn 25000)
to 50.000 of who 10311,0 are Itussians.
,Does tle w\ord I'PUTATION Imean
anything to You? Stop.ndi think iland
figuro an(d you will 1Viw wh%\ly lihe MA
.llFSTIC RANGIC H TH.I ltKIPU.
TrAiON of being t on'Iy the HI1ST
b but. the falAAST 1PX ENSi VE. Let the
1 .MAN FROM THE PA(ii FACTORY show
You. See our big ad. in tills paper.
'. M. & 1*. H1. WLiAKs & CO.
Only One "BROMO QUININE"
To get the genuine, call for full name, LAXA.
TIVE BROMO QUININE. Look for signature of
I E. W. GROVR. Cures a Cold in One Day. Stoeps
cough and headche, and works off cold. 25c.
L'. thd a iy -O rSo
wito ur approvat Tn p
Keith & Pratt
Scuppers for (
Regal for Men ar
*Get It B3y Parcels Pc
We have just rece ived a shipment of
Misses Suits, which we think are very
snappy for the price quoted. They are
made up in different styles and an assert
ment of cloths. Specially priced at
S rs.T e be oet
New Shi rl Wa s n Iks an1d wash ma
A Coat Suit for every one. The newest,
snappiest and cheapest. Quality not sac
rificed, price down right.
Davis-Roper Com ay
Laurens' Best Store
NCELY ARRAY OF THE BEST
e creations now assembled in our Cloak Section merit
ction. To catch a glimpse of our Cloaks rpeans to ad
desire them. Never before have we ha a more comn
array of Cloaks as we now haves we invite your
R ALL PARTY BOXEs EXTRA SPECIALS
celent lne Of Just received an We are now showing sonme special
arcwll me et of rcie ieo values in lawn and crepe waists. Extra
pe rs will mee atrcie e o ordinary value at 75cts, and $1.00.f
r goods. navy, blue ~nd
~s for Ladies purple Pariy Box. BLANKETS
for Men es. Latest thing . 10-4 Plaid Eankets at a special price.
ihildren This, is an oppo tunity to get what you
id Women~ , ou;' want at a most reasonable price, $3.50.
at. H. TERRY Get It By Parcels Post