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N. B3. DIAL A. C. 'I'ODL
DIAL & TOUOv
Attornevi. at Low
Enterprhe Bank lnblditags,
I'HACTIC.EI IN ALL. COURTS
Money to Loan (on Real Estato--Lonp
J. ROY CRAWFORD
P'hone ''(OI (linton. S. V.
,r 1 o 1, >r B.p~!abb
Attorneys at Law.
WHI4 Practioo, In all State Courts
11rcinlt Attetion lVven All Builnes,
flndertakers and Embalmers
' i il ll .)w : l lly hiours, . or might
B. R. TODD
Xnglneerln~t awo1( I:ontraetaap4
Lane!. Survyat ta ijaJeh~al1.)
* iw~trf'te Work Skillfu;l1 ino hi Iv
V , sni i~ilt of' z %ll Ktn,
C. e. * (1liehsrSldAIei 11.. l % hi, ii
A tttern yi$ at La
A,1 initii ,s~ I iru.a..d1 I. * l I :Lt
111 l11 . i l'ruiil i:6,c . .i i VIP
t ',1 I + l '.ti+i, t a a
do v .II I.+ It.. +
Dr. T. L.. Tinuirierrnan
Laiuren3, Soar::h C Aro ina
(.4 i. *' i (' !:g.;' Itu
By FRANK FILSON
tl'opyrlight, 1916, by W. G. Chapman.)
In the trailn oln his wily back to the
siburh iI wich hle lived Illaroli I)en
ton rellected bitterly tihat all hIs
troubles Iad iarisen froin a sentence
solkenl by his wife.
"I don't see why you enn't make
lmoney as easily its other ien."
''hat lil been two years before,
when IDenton was a bank cleric on ia
salry of $35. Today 1he wa's still ia
hank clerk, ott i salary of $37.50. But
he was accountedl one of the leading
citizens of the town.
Mirs. Denton had( given out, as, in
deed, her husband had tol her, that
liirold lieil a very respomsible post
tio Iii the city ba1n3k. lie lived on a
scale of ahiout $125 weekly. And lie
a'tually spent $125 weekly, for he
l1'1 been uldf':ttading the batnk syste
uili t ly for 1S tuoriths.
H is wile knew tihthing, of course.
She thoiuigit the iiainagTr had recog
n ized her Ii iisii ut's solhi worth. She
thought their 1nlotlie enmte out of
his wairiy, and0 her clothes, andl the
thr~ee tinaids, anda the bountiful table,
the c1uh11 stibscriIthion, and all the rest
of the tout ensenillie which hiad11 c'on
t'ihuted to her happiness. And Ilar
old I lenton reflecte'd hitterly that he
hiii( no nore thatn before he began his
eriluii l eareer.
''hin gs hii Ii ii iroac'hing a (Ii
niiiii1 of late, Suslieion hal been
aroused, and nill expert auditor was
to hegiri goling, lirotgh the books on
lhe tuorroiw. SIteel, thle tuniger, wasi.
like it thumlerstorin' all (lihy. The
pIrIslent had rnlled in the n /Iountittt
agatinst his jurignaatt * he hituself' had1
Fat(: Had Dealt Him a Sorry Stroke.
hI c i ur i n ti' hI tis:. :anl 1''
ii I tc r'g 'd I e ;r " ,ini ...t(
- a I nd lcavc .\r I ir'lii uli:ek
ccniin l 1bo luK:- hiin-ss~c, ori
ci' ' po iic ty 'f it.
I:i,' aiiul~ ca i.\in 14 n his I alc. lIIe
clonedc'c it, wondcincI iig ai bIcl wh ~is c
crspioticb-it uicight hec. Ih-niic~lhaid
h-ii l-:nglandcl 'i iuth, hadic I wcn kle iicl
welli, aiiil hie hatd lccng.. slicc-' .'evered.c
ilie 'iri :l bei' icci t er WiII11:ini Ikev t h
I e reeh-c bac i aigahmIe'cio Iiklit thega.
big. Fate lid detalt h:!ni a sorry
strocke. I-'mr It wiis a dracft fir $79.
Out), whih'h his untie hadi' left blim,
Aial $ il,000tl woul nore thtan cover'
With hirty i th'oiiustdlihe coul real
ize his ahn of retlrling froma work andl
starrig t hat Florlda nt tat Ion of'
le bad Just timue to hidie the letter
whien his wire camie In.
"'InIarol,"' she begani, antd hiesl iated.
"Ilnrabi, I want to have a talk wIth
y'ou. Thliings~ can't go on as t hey have
"No,"' ansuwer'ed liiarzoilmechaienbul
tuon heri wori'cs in his own ra'i-.
"'Ilairol. you1 un'it I uised lio enre fcor
ech otherci ini 'he (lid dayvs-beccforiec thi
iiittwy enmiie cetwe'en u1s, I wish We
'"'iit Ithis is yourli' f c,"' lie subll,
"No I iaruihh. I wiid t I u'sedc to
wI-sh' we were as rIch as othleris ofi our
frien!:lIs. hul when I saw thatl you lhe
lievedl I only' iiredl fior we'althl, I
wvell, I preten~ded. ii bicH', I woucildl
railhear Iimve you11and t hat lihui'latlion
we ilpoke iofI h'nn an~ythcing ona earlb."''
lii' sltaredl at lher l('!iincedlusly. "Youl
miean halit?"' hc stamli. !ire'd.'
-'ut. lhe saw she thl, Ifcr shte was
w~el Ing in his arms'. And' n wo'rnder
fiu r'econelllhit in descendcedl betw~teen
tha:in, as If fromi heaven.
"You shall haveu it," he said sol
emhnl:, 'ds1ing bls hanid. "I am going
to, get out of thue ut I haive thought
it over- for n long t'e -.ii - ,b ILL.''
"Let it be soon," she answered pite
On the next day he took the train
with his scheme fully matured. He
would make a clean breast of the
matter to Steel, offering to uake good
if the bank would abstain from prose
cuting hitm. And he would take his
thirty thousand and get out of it all,
with his wife, to Florida.
But would Steel and the president
Consent? They were hard men, and
he would have to play his cards wari
ly. lie pondered over the perplexing
situation in the train, and he had
not quite decided when he reached
Hie noted an atmnosphere of sub
dhued excitement as he went to put on
his olilce coat. Men were whispering
alnd looking furtively toward him.
But Harold had shut hirmself off from
the friendship of Inen, as every mnan
nust when he devotes himuself to the
violation of ioral laws, and nobody
eane forward to speak to him.
lie was just entering the cage when
I he tmurlanger's boy camee up. "The
presiI&lnt wants to see you in his pri
vate room, Mr. Denton," ie said.
IIarold Denton miechanically changed
his co:t again. The crisis was upon
hin, atud he laid not yet miade up his
1intd. Am he was conscious only of
tt wild iuptlse to fly.
lie went out of the cage and Into
1he corridor. 'The watchinan was
hloking at hiim. On his right lay the
llresihlent's rooi, aliad of him only
the watchlnnn and the glass door, and
len the Street, with the cars rumibling
fowa in a blaze of suaslhi n. If lie
L'iose to miake a blt lie could prob
libly get away. Then he suddenly re
tiii'luered. '['he draft was in his
pocket and muashei. If 11e ran away
sie would run away penniless.
For just an instanlt lie hesitated,
ilnd then, squaring his shoulders, he
entered the president's rootm.
"1 know why you have sent for me,
eIr. Sawyer," he began.
The president, who was at his desk
alone, looked up at him. ie bore
races of a severe struggle. "A tern
ile thing!" he said. "A terrible thing,
,Ir. Dlenton !"
"A counnanplace of our business,"
neered 1 htrold.
The piresidett Lliunipel his flat upon
the tallel. "No, sI." le said. "A
very infreqiueiit thing. And to think
It shull h:av- !cen Steel! I trusted
uli ii plieitly."
"Steel?" gasped lairoll.
" hu haven't !I'trd? Steel unmit
led suicide this: rnorn"1ine, afltr writing
it lotiter eotfessi;g thafit h hal de
faullel', :11:1 r.bbe.( the. 1-:1tuk 0 1' :11n unl
linown ti lounlt. .\ terrible thinjg, Mr.
l'en11tn. I want11 youl to) -) #Iv r thel
books with the :auditior nd iil-l h lp himi."
Sn.t.Inbow\ Iletonl fon hiniseltf In
1he aink ai,:iln, lie was saivtrl; antI
ill t hat reinilinel nwv was to inanage,
Is lie cldi uiin'al ge. to replace the
1noutll he h~ad stole.n.
.\s he' ch1anged his :o:t for the third
A11n1 Ilhe iro"ny of th.e thing henan to
rat into his stil. Atnd then he found I
is tiars falling upl-etn Ihie . paper. \ndl
thove :ill, hie had a1 vi,-ion ''f his wife
retrel, to hitn, ato! their iifirtuintie
LUST TRY THESE TWISTERS
Reader Will Fird That to Prevent
Tripping He Ha Cot to
h t !! n r I is :. s ' t iee t
i e tee- thie iun r
Ftife the s ri'es ber surt't
"Ile itv ' " Vi en I " lii feen, iitn
ii lai'l tr ilhtol tiet fit-s si- tf Iki
twil ad :. Ionf tuo's fatngt to ~
lh .-t astilhons tuii e
''re then'tit~ o fta lie.-Y 5Itie
\\'in h yt'iitn ''nry-ihl fl t 4-li" o
Er~. rond tt fwl ronly teier rtan (
luti-er ito gt fon ithe- fari idte owl the
iiwl. and- ihe f i ners fathit er frin
ie-u n' t- t'is as , th er," "' hoterl ie
iihegc firtit, " timz'll fIghenth
ftwl. and' thalt Il nly lituae lI't runt d
iarther gra t fa hr f r al Ilithe fowt 1
fir ~ iwen lin furmmg tl wot flir fr, we
Forfat litot fi: oher fortuit-. (for
nonte-) n fteuriots, they wa-lkt~ed wAn
So ursen threr For e hu l
'in- gnti fa frardeiegilti ont f the a
to-liortuie. gtIft nl,f insee r t' f ftourt
furs wie had brugti'ioure tli s, we'l
inigh l ai e adiIi ourti r ttttunsw t(for lIi
viunes)-ce', ereeiln:)- nowu !"-eLatndont~ An
a Su- liienet in the levelsnt t o
lie sunk as atne tt o i-a tp hey if the ,
riett 01ra 1 iy ghte, f fo re a ltst. .l.n.
Ilundredsu ofat- broid-heaIh-i, icrcy of
A-I- w i~e ed ilights thoe saely,
>fl Ithe iogst dit-ous-igretnswar ; itnt ah
thme placeIs they were lat'termingsl-. .
Vlsil It ttht'., hilltes lie t- raswo of li
tat ~ - tlly iereti uthe liteamseo
thsnkn stin ;ms inhes ofthe treceed
ro:1ten-el ther, forunnge thos blongtt
ret&seepi vitsnthite oftufowhc
theh mhedeteight toy~ loseitef
Has No More
Our stock of Jewelry,
is a Magnet that draws th
County and Community.
Our high class line of
is satisfaction here for all.
are glad to show you.
We invite those who a
us and have us make a cai
many complaints that you
our study of eye problems
Our Aim is t<
L.AND SALE, .
he State of South Carolina,
('nn4111 of IEnnrens. I
IN ('Ol'T 01' O .\.(' \lON I'AE.\S
tatul!ardI Ilittiding & Imcan A sc iation, c <
. ia i.\l rris, I 3 . It .\V . i -I '
I'utsulant to a dee(ree f1 the( (our )11
Mi te a ov stated' e it 1, I will sell at
8 lip 1ut41' toa ill tlhi-:lwet hidder, at
.1r. 8. . t ii ., 'Iis. 14.. I 1n 541 Mae d y -
d it nbert next, in-n .lot ulay'O~ ch.ed 1(b
11:-1 Mf t u n, dur I nti- l a
'I'er1s f Sc ale (lsl tlw tollwing tde
4.'\l!t tat lt, i e or par11 cI el111 of sl a
-51( 4) iinte 1 1 1 and ' b 4ein 1 i im i ichr
t41ral1' ) 'lus .o te Ic1114,ty of i Oruien '
ta . a.(' l 1nty afr. 8. , ait n5 wha is
111 u1 I as1 .h r 1sey, in a lct of11; l t
'li, Stainingf Sottifth ir-.acre
'o tit or l , at th or nertfisee
IN MyersI'01 streeOM MONi hounded o
4oth b \lyersd I et g 1111on Athe east byn I
rle sretonth sth bylad to
.ll 1(. 1un ir4'andi on th weIIyla d
14 .l .I't i r. Th' is'i' Io fronl onl .lit
43 4)asth a d )1i- tnc 41f rone t lud eg and
ity fe' . hi lot' i l was1511 Fonvye toil1 10
atd .\111h 1:1
ayr aes.,R heutimsfsae1
re nt conplead, theln.. e
slsa Pn ain t Onc rik 4f
I. Ik. a. P and Be , anst .C 1~1
ated , Ois 41t dA t All O ealt.11. l ii
ie of Jewe
Watches, Clocks and fine
e attention of every disc
goods is carefully Selected
Whatever you need or wa
re having trouble with thei
eful examination. Imper
lay to other things. We w
and provide you with glass
Satisfy Every Custom
Jeweler and (
ribed llroperty, to wit:
All th a i n palu lot, piece, or paree'.
laud, situate, lying and being with
the incorpiorato limits of the ('ity
I all rens, ("utinty a1ndl State af'ore
id oi the east Side of ('hicora street,
nttaining on-seight of an acre, mnore
less, bounded on 11orh111 by lands of
ray and Shealy, on the east by K. 1).
ivis, on the south by lands of ti. S.
lllenned ani on the west by sail
lieora streetc", being "tnore fully set
rti by a Ila of svI' 1aIinle by C.
1'w s u ' ''r, etarin, date of
lii whigh is pe'ordedlIl inttlice of Ch-rk
(ourlt for said gontyv andI Stt. in
iid hib~ :s a I page5;
y fo ial is. If he Ieril of al
iiiday I ggjn llesill , ik o
r!011 I' iheaser.
('. ('. (. I'. a nd G. S., l.a u ret, 8. U.
tedl, thik Oct. 5,, 191' I''3
Itle Ilistrct ('ourt of the I 'nited
utr Ihe Wes?-ten DIt ict of Sotuth
the 11nat1ter of
.Ci. ItAllil, F'ountalin lnn, S. C.
Purl suan lt to or'der of ,I. .I. .\le wa in.
tq., lieferee in Jlaniktruphty, dated Oie
hber 7, 1916 ntot Ice is hetreby gin
at I will sell at pubile auctioni be
re the (Court loutse at 141trens, 8.
to the highest bidder for (ash, on
(ond~ay, Novenibher Ii, 1910, bet ween
g hours5 of eleven o'clock A. \l. and
no'clock P., M., thle following de
ribled real estate free and dischartgedl
o11n any lien outstanding against
me; stlbject to comfirmtliation by the
Tract No. l.--AIl that tract or Iparcel
Iand1( con taini11ng 127 aicres, miore or
sM, hounded hy lands of It. A. Nash,
. .l.IDeck, S~am Nelson, C'yrus Nersbit t
d by Iteedy Itiver, andl being known
I Ait No. I, (of the sur vey of thet rel
tate o f'T. .!. IBabbg, deceasedl. Said
act (If Iantd is si Iu(ate in I aur ens
'Ira ct No. 2.---All t hat I rac t of lan ld
Iita Iiing 118 3-1 Ine cs, more Ior1 less,
onditedl by lands of It. A. Nash, \V. M.
ish, S. It. (Gray3 and W. C. IDeck, anid
iving such1 metes and blournis asi will
'pear by re' Cfetrnce to sur vey 0 of111ame
ado by W, M. Nash on Sepgt (Iete t;.
09; saidl lanid Is sItuate on -Neeley
irry' road, In 1I01uretis (ounty, In saidl
Tract No. 3.-AIlI that tract 01r parcel
Ilnd on waterLIs or the SoulhI I itabun
-'ek, containing 129 acres, mlore or
ss, biel i thle same trIact (If land de
ri bed Iln a lplat m lade by W. M. Na sh,
Irveyor, on~ Septeinber 10, 1909,
oundeid by lands of WVil lis Coker and
also dlescriibed In a dbeed record~ed In
e it. M. C. (fImee for TLurenR county
D~eed Hook 8, page 63, in saId dls
Albert S. Johinstone, Trustee.
-'It olmia, S C.
er Than Our
Silverware and Goldware
riminating buyer in this
and well assorted. Ther.e
nt in the Jewelry line we
r eyes to come and visit
fpct vision is the. cause of
ill give you the benefit of
es that will prove a rev
er if Possible
State of South Carolna,
(tonlity of Liaureus,
IN C0i171 00" CO.\lION 'iMrAS.
Thomas P. Wellr, et. at, P'laintiffs.
I ntn It. W'el r, et al, Jefendants.
Pursu:iant to at decree of Ilhe Court in
th' abtoVe 51taiel case. I will sell at
pulcoutcry to the highes:t b idder !, at
L.aure n>; (. II., S. ('., on Sah'sdIay in
No.tu I rt1i- ii. e t being .londay, .te ith
horlotr suich sales, theii followiing
sihip. ('oun ty. andi StatIe, afloresa id, con
taiin sito -x huntidletd sixty-t hree and
-10 ifIe~ ttt Iore ori less, bintlg knotwni
in i. tahl hinds- to bet tohll int six s.
M- ,' tr- lS des re d a ft'! i ol ows
o. (. -onttiing nin~ty-t4 wo and
I tenths I-l :,t a res lio e ora less
DeL~ hintik andfi l'.' o:.''aet No
N 'O. 4. lnt!inig Oight-i ve (ri aind
(li t'tt (-ga -t e~t!sI -in ) aor less,
iboun r e botded by tai fAr\at Nolenn
Iinac oub ro.I ad r No. , Trli! at N.
I N . I.- -'ontalining 01n4 ltndr'ed and
ettil an slxh-tethts (lel S.-i0 acres,
n'Ort' or letss, bouned b tlel.'Ii1ra Ic o I,
I it 4.t~%~ t~' Ce,"ract No. lela is.
-No. ,'. -( 'ontatinin1g one& ion ld red fsev
t-I 'n and Hix(l-ten (lb 17.7aces
mces- ltor' 1 less, bounded )and o lanell
I 1 '(5 Ialei. r(t No. I, Little Cek rc o
Creek t rat NO .
No. 6.--Coatalinin one! tit hit red r
tyfive13 aind XOseven!thtenth (I 145.7)aces
acres oe or leek ss,1011 t ondd by ltbid
of \\et' I Ililln ,trclo.. Ltl
A reek, 4 Ir ll!t No. 6. ' li! ;tctrt
No. t-ContaViing lon!0le hude,
tt a ndlt hi 1 ovn-(eta 1t It!,.7) ales,
Sit't'e Cre iht ~g nelbe rond Itlanii
('tI' \\ f stle uliran d. t Io- ol t
A-' i or It'lll po erfec( lt and ~(g( a orate
descriti onfthse varI'Ili i os ti racti ses ofl'
tol"lana hown by) atY oif the samei
(utda bl.. iiiet'tto raf ot' purveym
da'ite S l-t. o 1 s- de l ' whteh (011 It
wn ili te no lie old on saerkto
Drivms Ot Malar:a One-hl Upstem
Thle Odtdof ale ca he treitlortin ton be
O.rOhVse, TAverI(8 heiiTNC deives boar.
to uraertste sooay d b it bids t inhesa
enthA l'ruchasc Pr lt Nuav for aies.