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Diam(nd liitn i ni Pistol Arnong Ar.
Artjeles Taken. All lr'onis )tan.
arnwe! 1, Oct. '!-- A most (daring
biirgiry rwas ve tetrated last night
about I0 ,0o'clo(, :, wA 1iln sime one en
tered the r'itence( of J. A. Poir
aind1ransalckc'l every !roonl in leis
h1un.1t for n1110ey n1t jwelry. So far
as could be at;cc aline(, a leautif:uI
diamonl ring belonging to Mlr. Por
-Ier's eldest dauihter, \liss Louise, a
pistol and several dollars were stolen,
about $200 In money anti several val
iable pieces of jewery having been
overlooked by the intrudler whose op
Orations were interrulatel by the re
turn of the family.
dir. Porter and ils- family were at
tending a "tent show" just across the
street from their resitlence. A d is
turbance diu ring the lerformance, too
inlnervel alts. Porter that she deid
ed to rettirni hone with her daughter.
When they reachei ihe yand of ieir
liouitsi Al. . 'tiiter hiea l a1 dloore Ia ni
andl the s(o111t of fooststelsS. Shte
calledt to se'me ne'groes on the street
for help. hut they p1aid no attentlion
to her. 'hey then leeirltel to t etir
for \l r. hlorir, an11( in I t' ' i ntimelt
Chief 1!ayes was infrilmetl that he
w'a s needledl. I'1oil nteri:ii the hose( I
Mv. Porter turned on a light down
stairt while Mrs. ITotei. taslae oil
one ulstairs from a '-itch in tie
first. floor. The linl'-dar', who was in
the hall on the seonh (foo., inime(li
ately turne l it off. Ue:iliina that ho
was cornereid, he junll frtill the
[e('ont istoiry hi51 o nIy. Ioi wn It): l ;i
front ipo-ch and niadn Ili,; sc p
The 1 hu -;i rrt,d(, hi. t mrI I
Ithrin1.-'hi a 1; itch. I! w !nlAw. !11r .
bts :a bl o (t!'e .: e -s ,y i
dhI ssi Ii ?I! w. ilks I '
(Pliiii- l lrt," 1 1 :i t 5. It ,1 5 1s 1
11h 1 1( d in in -t.. . r i - IO h a
(: 1 11.;!1!!1 illt I'~ ' II 5''
Ille CO.' ''*
rectjion of tihn .\ hu:ni; - 'n,':
railroadl, Ihis blin r th: ni wil\ !
hi. ienths . \Ir p',
BKG SALE' ON
l'"; it ' i :lti T .
l's'sS iits . ........
Hys ('aps . .. ........
S.-o1( l Sho s . . . .
. I S 1 2 I i .. ..
ls i\ l''n +i.... i.i .isik . . .
lint I inShl 1.98.' $2i
Sroin..... ... .....eu
i \lot:l 'li\' 5sI lil'. .l91. vl
1 i t 1t . browni. blu l:, I splii .
lls l''tr \llts.I bu (lo )to iss.-:
frat('it, 1a1,llIi'll shap es a ts$.9 1
li ine $19 rIesIs $hir0. $1.98. $2l
the (IV l'.\ 'Il .\ll-:Ns t A i)j I
iii ~tii Pli i. 'iti li .\l( P l iePil..
ld .51 .\klen's Jl'iih' r.....sc .......
. .5 ' .l . hett Is I' on.\buhI t e
Illa y (rir ll'nP.,
1t(1( .Leas\\'ot Its spe'trhu .9 a
.l il 111 h o f h. \il o f1( ('ardui .' .l' . .
IIainy(wlather P.i.. .... ..98 i s I
il-N I I\ l'\'. \ i~~
1s ratos beautiful ylst r
Indorseient of Federal RIeserve Sys
temi. Divt 'iin Is Noted1. Anlerleatn
Association an itetikr o
A~O(JdtIO ii Iii! i Mtiie I ii ilker.; Not
;.: i a.; : ha n i~ yL :c Ie lII ilns.
\Washingten. Oct. ". --lIlanket in
<h( r.,truent t.. 11.0 ! ''ta1 reserv"e s
tein Io: Ieneld wih a ;t plei2e to ail the
ttional railway :Inilent corlpora
tionl, organized to hel1p the carriers ib
tain c(luint. en t1arkeeI the conclu
sion today of group meetings of the
Anerican lankers' Association con
AAs an outgrowth of the convention
however, bankers and others, from
cotton estates, took steps preliminary
to the organization of a $12.000,000
eXport financing corporation to meet
the situation which led to numerotts
aptpjeals from cotton growers for gov
erinlellt relief. The corporation will
he forimed under the Edge aet :tud
tirt ioperations Vith all initial itaid
inl capital and surlplus of .0,,000,000.
Thee feder~al reser':ve. S\. tean w;as
rtin ulinstinted prliase by tie national
bankers .(roup in resolutions adopted
at their final mieetitg with the ap:
friov al of the c<lmiptient corporation
and tihe pledge to !_o hefore the state
legislatures wIice tecessary to oh
tain revision of laws prohibiting in
vestme(nt of trust funds n :neh111 s(e!urili
I w ;as Voted 'hy the saving ihanks
secttln. 'Thir action was based on
th1e increased vahlues given all rail
roadi(i :ecuiritie: (thiiugh creaton of
Iie (etii'pmenut co':(oiation the resolni
'ttorsmltnt of the federal reserve
illm , w1''1('1 in1"h'de'd :a rova1"ll;l (1!
iis :I!inIis.t:'ation1 brough'_lt the.( no
sit ion to the staned take~n by thle state
han kers wo le rcida' <h anoni
wrn l. I '=. i ll two " ron gttli i
(oMM t(, ii:h w h c te rport of1 thw
trait n h I t nn~it u le pt t 1l' ili
:r f tho Pnrie, theor al
$1.98 s ~ s i i i1.3 n e
4i98n 1n' l;at inm .29-ting: 0
.1: ". 1 i 9 \ en : libre h1; !1ner.1
$3 39 r v!\1r, n k ii h w ai k
hntod . \ lib ral r 'card1 ha b11 n of
i ed lI. :' . ;1 ,' h -t 1: a ite
1 lot y9-inch 25i Se
$h39 lot Price, tyard .
.95 1 lt h ed Cheviot
'8 1Blo l6inch ofeac
P128 2Plg R edda T
deI 19c, 25
:2Le 1 Bottle SSS
. Hot Price.
aurenns Street Th
Navy Recruiting Officer in City
Chief Boatswain J. F. Greer, of the
Navy recruiting station in Greenville,
will be in the ety Wednesday to exam
ne and enlist any young men who are
qual'fled to enter the Navy. The Navy
trade schools are now all open and
the indulcenients' offered to ex-seivice
men are 511(1 to be well worth colsid
ering. lany young men of 'Laurens
have already taken advantage of the
opportunities offered to them In the
Navy. The're are now vacancies In the
electrical, machinist and yeoman
schools and the recruiting ofillcor will
be .glad to talk to any one interested
in the Navy.
elation committee and final action be
taken by the convention as a whole.
''ho <(uestion of par clearance with
which the state bankers dealt in their
section resolution yesterday, was
passed over in the convetnion today.
The u;ecial connnittee (onisidering it
reIportel "progress" aI was ii
struct ed to continne its work. Its
(lbiiirnan1, N. .1. Dowling of 011vio,
Mlinn., howIevet, told the convention
the only Iiiiedy lie saw for the colm
try hanker, who favor a collection
charge onl cheCks was amendlCment of
the federal reserve net.
'Tie' crop financing corporation l)ro
ijct took shali (e at an ilfo'mial Illeet
ill of everalI Ii1111(1tded hankers and
rep l'r::Clntatives of cotton inerests.
\ secial coitnuttee ieade(d by iRoh
(rt I'. Mladlox of Atlanlita, lresented
:. favorable report.
Alho;uidh '2O'lifl 111(1 nion Wal
avoided. speakl Is indien:ted that e;
lah, ihmn~t of thec corpIoraitionl w\oul
' a (n rly ''egluin of ales l eO
liat onls with11 Euiropeanl m1ann1facturteirs
toi be'i i n a th i m rk d or
'(.1 \1 s l( i J~i)1 m .e f I ill 't 1%
hi f for the' holin illl: i
The no onlel l re I el e ~ e
1( nt: Johnl G. ~Lom):drale, p~ ' ~ rei t of
te National llankc of <'011omm r',, Sit.
Louis, vice iresidt: \\'alons 11e(
omcr" , proidei of tihe N;::tional! 1.'
h111An Ianle of Hialtimore., chai:-mani
Il( th e xer tive c:anoit;,t e.
Red Hot Prices
t Island, Saturday, Red
Sheeting, Ped Hot Price,
Thirtings 35c quality, Red
ng, this week Red IHot
obacco, 40 spats to the
autings Going at
c, 35c, 39c
or the Blood Red
. . . .84c
We are g
Come and get 3
* OBITUARY *
The Women's Auxiliary of the First
'Presbyterian Church, Laurchs, S.- C.,
desires to iput on record the following
Itribute to the memory of our beloved
senior nmber and .co-worker, Mars.
C. M. Gibbon.
Whereas, her death removed from
otiuL midst, one whose presence, loving
counsel and earnest zeal was ever an
inspiration) and benediction to all who
were associated with her, and
Whereas, in her death our Society,
Church and community have sustained
a great loss
We rejoice that she has left us a
rich heritage-the example of a beau
tiful Christian faith, loyalty, great gen
erosity, devotion and Christ-like- love.
In her life she ever lived for the up
lift and betterment of the unfortu
nate, the poor, the helpless and the
sinner. In her death she hath found
Therefore, be it Resolved:
1. That we bow in humble sutbmis
I slonm to God's wil and re.oice that 'by
her Conlsecrated example and loving
yrece't she yet steaketh.
2. That a piage in our minute book
be inserihed to her memory .
:. That a copy of these resolutions
be sent to her bereaved family and
copies also sent to the l'resbytertian
St Iandlar'd andi 4au 'eiln Advertiser.
'litespectfu lly subit ted(,
Mrs. J. D. Wtatts,
Mrs. W. rV. .\leCuen,
Mrs. .J. 0. C. lafeming.
('001'T WE i' POSTPONEl
('Ioinmin Pleas (''ourt Will ('onene
\owmher(l il0. Inge! ; of gn.
b r I.
\rd C. .\. P'owe r, relerkc of rourt, ha:;
1 isd an otileial orrh'T from ('oliiuc
I i ': t I e ! 1l,' t cst Week of tie i':t!
t:'t a of the ('oit of (' Coom 'h'i'l,
> . ~ \\'i c'r l avto (-')%. 1111 li t"( ' l' r 1~' ri'' 1
on \1uh~dt b>ov.n Novemb bI', t.
"".s takenl on ,'((ount of Ithe ela-t in
mdirl Ih e sales(ia(y of Nove l'. 'e
.Iror, of the first week nre not. to
report at all, while the second week
Ju1'ors are to I'(%oo't oil the 1(uth.
On account of the large amo1 of
u)lsmiess on the calendar, 1t is thought
I hl a shec(ial term will he ore-ed tm'
r;'',ii hs i nIi 1 N \o, mbe-': r, ho ' t no
c.fleer, has been r.vet as to that
For This Week
1 lot Ladie's and and Miss
worth $4.00, while they las
55c Best made Sea Island,
1 lot 3(-inch B3leaching (No
Red IHot Price
1 Lot Wornen's Silk
Fine Quality and Lates
See our Table of Ging!
10c Cake Sweetheart S
1 ('Li. Ta'"jiul SNog ...
ving this WATCH
Boys' Suit costing over
rours. Same Goods for
"Didn't Rest Well"
Prominent Georgia Lady Suffered from Faint Spells
and Sleeplessness-Relieved by Ziron.
. OPLE who get to feeling, weak "I didn't rest well. some nights. 1
. every now and then,.and who do would be just as tired %yhcu I got
not seem t0" get.-th'o .groper re- in the morning as when f went t
freshm4'rit from rest, sl'eep and redireg- bed. I would et weik, aid have kind
tion, need a tofic Co help their blood of fainty spells-at times hardly abi
rovilalize and build' up theim systerh. to do my hbusowork.
1 0'A this,, ypa 11ri find Zjron f "I heard of Ziron, and felt haybe
Tonic ,fery vaiAlo, as the tesimbnit atoii would help ie. 2 thought 11
thottadbds already has proved. Mrs. Would at least strengthen me.
J 'W. DIysa't, lady of a prominept "F believe Ziron bas done mq good
Georgia fhmily resi'ding near Carters- I feel better. I an) glad to recommend
viie, says: ry d. Our moneyrxtck guaran
"I didn't feel lcbiko ysel". tee protects you. At your druggit's
You might well be bewildered by the beauti
ful, appropriate gift suggestions that abound in
profusion at this store.
Gift suggestio ardd ideas are
quickly stimulated here.
If you ilr, in cloLt about at single gift, a vii to
our Mtore will qjuiclkly solve your problem.
You" inspection is 'nvit d.
IRfeIebERe OrTOM.Tp I reomn
WHINl YOU I NY O UT EERY -THINK oi
THE RELIABLE .JffWELgK.
WEST SIDE COURT SQUARE L.AU1 RiE NS, S.C.
BIG SALE ON
Youin miht hats, be bewilderBed bya te( eti
prousin a\ths sore '.s\oklve.g
Gitug etn Vand I l(ies are'5 'it
If you -re inc doub about'~ a( single gift a vi)rsit to
our) stoe l qui kly solve yo~ur prole.
Your H insp etin i s inv~. ied.sle
wamYO THoNK sl . -- TMN .O 248F $2
t Styles '~~~*T*iE R E ii SLEaEIR.S (LIP; 105 itdee'
WEST SIDE COURT..QUARE . .$2R98 Nt S.C.90
yard widale, s$4.8this.o$1.3
t Styles While4o p t $.?
........ ....5c1 t 'lit(I JIP............c
)-way bhrg. arewieWs ol.....13
.$4.98 t o $6.905 oesAala...........2S
* 1 ne N imne and S i ed Qu111 lt'y s( $ .39,.
129 goo ....o --lle..... ..........98'
now l a t . C1'~...--............ ... 30
lahglo vs ... i. .... .up lO .9
1 t .... ....~ ..tlg ~n.. ....$29..0$2 .39
b1 s '( Tilkt Isse, la ie. '....r.-e
Iie lne l~of je' Shoap.,..dress....hoe
7onen's hed.ss..sh...s..and ...vert
$8.00.da shirol.es. ....ad....2..98u o.90
Oil aot, hoest ........5c ..to$17
'. rd-id. ... .... .... (l...$498 o45
Less Money Sn ('tai s ..k.... ...iel .....$1.8 to $72.89
2 aeka's alox .... ............. o.48
(i".v2 Sr Nothide a e.8pto143
ilinof BWrn's andChbin'