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EVERY STREET IN LAUJIENS
Jins 1Is Share of the Proof That Kid.
ney Suferers Seek.
Ilackache ? Kidneys Weak?
Distressedi with i urinary ills?
Want a reliable kidney renledy?
Don't have to look far. I'se what
Laurens people recoiunend. Every
street in Latirens has its cases.
IHere's olle Laurens 11n111's exleri
IA( N. ',. I bnghies, civil engineer,
Irby Ave.. tell I. lIeI says: "Aly :ack
gave metN' some troable callsed hv ex
posuire to all Sort.s of Wl'atler. I Was
bothered Willi d1ll, heavy plainis across
the small of mi1y back. 'Ile principle
trouble wvasi the too frelilenlt iction of
ily kidi-ys and there was a burning
sonw:'!t!" ihmrjigI the ilnssage of the
secretions. I resorlotd to ;-can's Kid
n1ev Pills adll they gave ie quick and
Satisfactory relief. It is a1 pleasure to
give Mail',; mly enldorsemlent."
Price 611c, at all deao''. Don't i..
ply ask fIr a kidh. y remdilely-get I
Doan's Kidney 'ills --the same that
Air. I Iigiles had. h-'oster-Milb1urn Co.,
Alfis., liihuffalo, N. V.
MEMBER FEDIRM RESE
The CHARACTER of t
financial responsibility had
we could become a membei
SERVE system of banks.
Being a Member Bank
means that our bank is one
of banks linked together f
.When your money is in
it when you WANT'it-bei
curities any time to our Ce
We add 4 per
Make OUR ban]
N. B. DIAL, President
-nancia r epsbiltyr had
wecuda beomed mmeprtr.
SERVE rihtem of balns.
mEasil theu bnes ow..
ofbnkrined totheryo ca
deposi to ftllca.
W Phon4 e
Make O R ban
COME TO CLOSE
Much Work Accomplished at. the
31cethig in Chester.
Chester, Oct. 5.--The annual synod
of Presbyterial church of South Caro
ilna, which has lbeen in session at
Chester silce Tuesday cale to a close
at a very late hour tonight. From
every angle it was pronounced the
most notable anld constructive synod
ever h1eb1 in Sout 1 Carolina. In ,point
of attendance all forIer records were
eclipsed. Delegates will leave for
their homes tomorrow morning. A
committee was appointe(d to select the
next meeting place. .Ily working hard
each day and far into the night a
1011 intital a oiunt of work was ac
Coilished by this synod, work that
wVill m1(ea u 1111h11 toward advanicinug
Presbyt erianismn in South Carolina.
Toniight's session of the Presby
teriani synlod of South Car-ol3ina opllened
wvith a conference on Christian edu
ZV SYSTEM OF BANKSJ
he MEN as well as their
to be found O. K. before
'of the. FEDER AL RE
of this National System
of a vast, strong CHAIN
'or the protection of our
our bank you can GET
3lause we can take our se
ntral Reserve Bank and
c YOUR bank,
of this Ntiona Syzste
or the protionou
etraatteere Bano. n
cation. ODr. Alexander Martin of Rock
Rev. lT. Ross iLynn, president of
Thornwoll Orphanage at Clinton, told
of training of the 3,~ inmates.
Dr. Davidson 'M1. Douglas, presi lent
of Presbyterian College of South tar
elina, told of the work of that Insti
tution and stated that the matricu
lation thIeIe this fall was 187.
Dr. J. 11. Green spoke- in behalf of
the Colum'bia Theological Seminary
of which he is Professor of Theology.
SIe said Il about six years the sdmi
nary would celebrate its celiteninial.
Dr. S. C. illyrd, president of Chi
cora (College of Columbia, spoke in the
interest of 'Vristlan education and
specifically of the work of the col
lcgc. The growth of Chicora during
recent years, he declared, has beell
most gratifying and indicative of the I
extraordillary succes s of the instit u
tion. Thell enrollment has taxed the
capacity of the institution to' the ut
most in every department. Steps have
been taken for the enlargement. A
new Campus. acres has been 'ur
chased and dalns for a complete an(
modern plant are now -heing prepared.
It is hoped that construction will be
r,n on the new ,:liant at an early date.
10oca.l hoime missions occupied tile
atteltioll of synod late this afternoon
and I) r. E 1 E. 1 Gillespie. of York, cliaIir
man.1l1 of, local hoeil1 missions of the
synod, presided. Addrenses were de
live(led on local hiomue llissiols by
Rev. . Ray 1lIdle of Columbia; Rev.
.1. K. R1oberts of Gr1-ceeiville, and Dr.
Melton Clark of Coliumbia.
'1ev. G. (. '.Mayes of Winnsboro, wias
re-electled editor of the synod's pub
lication, Presbyteriai Progress, and
Itev. .1. M. Holladay of Marion, busi
Synod expressed llluch) sorrow over
losing Rtev. W. l.". )avis, who has )een
preaclhilg at Clemson SCollege, and
goes to Staunton, Va.
The employment of a singilg evan
gelist was left to the synodical com
mittee on local 'home missions with
power to act.
(Dr. Melton Ciark of Columbia, made
thd report on tile million dollar cam
In the report o1 -local home mis
sons it wan shown that (es)ite the
do:>ressed financial condition plre
vailing in the state during the pask
year, the local home missions con
llittee wa alble Q to report a larger
work (Ione than ever before. Dr. W.
iH. miley and 'Rev. J. T. 'Hooker who
have engaged in the evangelistic work
of the synod, was highly pralsed.
Rev. +3. E. Gillespie, of York, was
re-elected treasurer of local home
missions for the ensuing year.
Dr. NW. 11. Miley of Charlotte, 'was
re-elected synodical general evange
list for the ensuing year.
'Rev. T. Ray Riddle of Columbia,
was re-elected slperintendent of local
Dr. Alexander Sprunt, of Charles
ton, made the report of the William
Brearley home for South Carolina
ministers at Wiontreat.
BUSSEY STILl, 1N
JA1LJ ATl ATi-:Nsj
Stoie Caurn to Giet 3Money to l'ush In
lenltion, According to Confession.
Greenwood, Oct. (L.-J. P. 'Hunney,
comipan~y of Greenwvood, andl son of a
promlinent llabtist minister, Rev. Geo.
W. BRussey, in still in the Clarke coun
ty jail at Athens, Ga., where he Is
charged wvith tihe theft. of sevenI auto
mobil es, llen 1y C 'Ill man, attorn1ey3
for Ilussey, stalted today13.
Arran'gement s for Ilussey's release
on1 'hail havLe not yet 'been perfected1(,
Mr.'Tillman asser't'ed. Most of thle
Cars, tile theft of which 'Ilussey in al
leged to have confcssed, llave 1been reC
i'overed. Ilussey claimled in his al
leged con fession thatleheI sto0l( one calr,
found it easy, then1 '1stoie others to
raise money03 to push1 all invention felr
towing automchiles without a diriver
in the second car. Hie wished
"make good" 01n 11is inventl Ion,. 'he
said( for the sake of his young wife.
MAN TlO SE1[VE TlER3N
Charleston, Oct. i.-M. S. Sutllivag
willl have to ser've foul' months in the
state peOnitentiary or' On the coulnty'
chain gang b~y ordercl of Circuit Judg#
Jlohn S. Wilson today; who holds th1(t
Sullivan chas violated the termsfl of
suspended sentence in a pr'ohiblitiohl
case' againlst him11 in 1917. Sullivan
alleged to be out of the state and thie
hsearilng was1 held in hi)s absence. j
He is accusled of having an intep.
cat in a lighter loaded wi'th seveni
thousand .quarts of whiskey -'w-hieh
were packed wvith Irish potatoes ai d
seized b)y state and feder'al pr1ohild
tion omneers. Su-llivan. 'has a caq e
pending in the U~nI:c:I States distr it
court gr~owing' out of this somo e -
'Ire and it will be patised out to t e
federal grand jur~ at the next ter~l
The Qann.T osNtAffeet
Becaus~e of its ton anid laxative
teet, LTAXATWV~1 VM QUrNJ
('bles), can be . en by
vItbwttiR1indO anadaU nR riI
, FATAL TO YOUTHI
Anderson, Oct. 6.-Today .about 1
o'clock Tubor Cooley, of New Britain,
,onn., wias killed when the car which
le wats driving turnedl turtle-at Major's
'ill, aI)OUt nine miles from Anderson,
>etween this city and 'lartweli. Trie
*oung man was ipicked u) 'by the :-art
rell bits soon after the accident halI
wened and hurriedly taken to 'Hart
vell, but hie (ie( when in three miles
)f I'Hartwell. Aliss Daisy Holcomb, of
't. 1Petersburg, Fa., who Was riding
vith Mr. Cooley, was only slightly in
Urted. The parents of Mr. Cooley, Mr.
nd1' Mrs. [Harry L. Cooley, and 'Irs.
11. . Slocomb, of St. Petersburg, Fla.,
vere ritding in another cur following.
he car which the young man was driv
og. Mr. Cooley was just -18 years of
Lge, and had graduated from thp high
(tool iIn New lritain this year. This
a very dalgerous curve on the
taikhead highway, and two other
otntig men have been killed at this
The body of the young -man will be
Friday, the 1
and we espe
store your ho
anything or r2
high class i:
you can bu3
back. We sri
younbuy or n4
It costs nothi
we sell to be
built up our
privilege to b
sell it to youi
We are goin
leather [ pocd
misses' or 1a4
hats is from $
in plain figur
buy them else
With every c
dress, your ci
or hose in o%
*you can buy i
We offer this
hipped to his home from Hartwell. <
rhe .(Dodge car Was completely
vrecked, and it is a mystery that the
'oung lady who was In the car es- I
We carry .parts
every car in use il
carry the largest
Come Here for I
3th, is Circus Day
cially invite you to
me and meeting plac
[makes us feel good
e us,iwhether you m
ke to show you ti
ne of Ladies' Real
of the better kind I
it elsewhere or y
rile when we show y,
ng. WV back up
as represented. Th
big business. It's
uy 'high class mercli
g to give away, Fri
et book ~with. evi
lies' hat. The pri<
1.95 to $9.50. All'
es, and cheaper thK
where. Let you be I
Dat suit, coat, childr
ioice of any shirtwai
ir store. If not chi
them your mbney cl
tQ get you to come
!aped witsh so little injury.
AMr. and Mrs. Cooley and their son.
vere on -their way to St. Petersburg,.
ila., to spend the winter.
a Laurens. We
stock of parts
:e with your
to have you
rant to buy
or less than
is is how we
day -a nice
ce of tliese
in you can
en's ceat or
in and get