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Westinghouse Automatic Electric Range
Neither dirt, soot nor fumes.
Positive sure-acting Heat Indicator.
All 'burners are of the Radiant Type.
Saves 25 per cent weight of foods cooked.
Superior flavor of electrically cooked dishes.
All ,parts accessible for cleaning and repairs.
Low, medium and full heat regulations for every burner.
Can be furnished with either right or left hand ovens.
Special outlet for attadhing toasters, percolators or irons.
Service, Quality and Utility built into every Westinghouse
Westinghouse Ranges are approved by Good . Housekeeping
Instituto and the Nattional Board of Fire Underwriters.
Cook With an Electric Range and Save 20 Per
Cent Weight of Food Cooked.
For Further Information See
HARNEY ELECTRIC CO.
Laurens, S. C.
: Colds & adache
* "For years we have used Black-Draught In our family,
and I have never found any medicine that' could take its
place," writes Mr. H. A. Stacy, of Bradyville, Tenn. Mr. Sta- *
c y, who is a Rutherford County farmer, recommends Black
Draught as a medicine that should be kept in every house
hold for use in the prompt treatment of many little ills to pre
vent them from developing into serious troubles.
* "It touc es the liver and does the work," Mr. Stacy* g
*declared. "It is one of the best medicInes I ever saw for a
cold and headache. I don't know what wve would do in our
*family if it wasn't for Black-Draught. It has saved as many A
*dollars ... I don't see, how any family ca'n hardly go with- A
*out it. I know it is a reliable and splendid medicine to keep *
*in the house. I recommend Black-Draught highly and am e
- never without it." "
At all druggists.
U Accept No Imitations U"
We will close our giai for
this season oi Saturday,
November 26Bring in
*your cotton this week.
Gin &Pue1 Co.
UNARMED, CAPTURES BANDIT
@scaped tecently from Federal Prison
at MoNeil Island, Washington. Serv
ing Sentence for MaJi Robbery.
'Phoenix, Ariz., 'Nov. 16.-'Roy Gard
nor, mail bandit 'who escaped under
the fire of a score of guards from the
federal -penitentiary at McNeil Island,
'Washington, where he was serving a
sentence -for Pacific coast robberies,
was captured single-handed here last
night 'by Herman Inderlied -yihin he at
tempted to rob the ma' ar on an
Atchison, Topeka & Santo ie Railway
train at the Sante Fe station. Inder
-lied was unarmed and was the mail
dierk in charge of the car.
ICato today Gardner was arraigned
before United States Commissionei'
John 'B. Henke and was held to the
federal grand jury in bonds of $100,
000. Ho will not 'bc tried here, ohw
over, but will be sent to Leavenworth,
Kansas, to finish serving sentences
which rwere hanging over him when
he escalped last September, according
to Thomas Flynn, United States dis
Mr. Flynn said he had asked the de
partment of justice at 'Washington
'whether to prosecute Gardner -for last
night's affair -and had been instructed
to have the prisoner transferred to the
federal penitentiary at Leavenworth.
Immediately after establishing his
identity Gardner was turned over to
the federal authorities. The prisoner's
first words to Sheriff -Montgomery
w'hen taken into the county jail, Y re
a warning that he intended to esc :-e
if the opportunity arose.
I0dward 'C. McGrath, superintendent
of railiway mail service in the west,
declared tonight that Inderlied would
receive the reward of $5,000 offered for
the capture of any person who at
tempted to rob the mails and also the
$2,000 which was a special reward of
-fered for the eampture of Gardner.
At the hearing Inderlied told of go
ing to the car to prepare for his run.
'He said he changed his clothes, laying
his revolver on a table while he did
go. Afterwards he got out to get the
mail from a drop 'box at the station,
leaving his revolver oh the table.
iWhen he returned, .he said, he was
confronted by a masked man who
pointed a revolver toward his head and
ordered him to hold up his hit ds and
to back into the corner.
"I started 'backing, but didn't hold up
my hands," -he said.
.When he got into the corner, lie said,
the bandit ordered him to 'lid down on
his stomach -and he started to do sc.
Then, he said, lie hLarted to straighten
up, but only got high enough to see the
.gun held .In the other's hand.
"L made a 'grab for it and got his
wrist," .Inderlied testified. "Then we
started scuff-ling and wrestling."
-At last, he said, both fell (Iown and
lie got on top of the 'bandit 'nd got
'possession of the gun. About that time,
lie testified, help arrived in response to
In reply to questions, Inderli6d, who
is over six feet and nyeighs 215 'pounds,
admitted that the bandit had numerous
chances to shoot 'him aboth before and
during the scuffling.
Inderlied identified five bullets as
those he had later taken from Gard
nor's gun. Two of the bnl'lets had
wooden noses and were so arranged in
the gun that the 'wooden nosed ones
*would be .fired first. Gardner exiplained
that the wooden-nosed bul-lets contain
ed small shot that 'probably would
stop a man without killing him.
"I never shoot at an unarmed man,"
Oardner said in explaining why lie had
not used his gun (luring the struggle
Gardner 'blamed his failure on the
fact 'that Inderlied 'was in the car in
stead of a negro clerk that Gardner
thought iwou'ld 13e in charge. The
bandit said that he was after $1 5,000
which he -believed w~a~s ready for ship
mnent through the local post office.
Other mai.l cars w-ith armed marine
guards aboard .were in the vicinity of
the station at the time, officials said.
14AN HiO'fE COMING
President Sends Out Invitations to
Visit School Thanksgiving Day.
Spartanburg, Nov. 20.---,Wofford col
lege is expeothig a groat home com
ing Thanksgiving, the occasidn of the
Wofford-Trinity .foottball game. Invi
tations are being maIled out to every
alunnus of Wofford 'within the state
to be present at, the home coming.
Foltowing is u. copy of the notice sent
to the alumni and signed 'by Dr. H. N.
Snyder, president of the college:
"The Wofford alumni are planning
a great home coming back t9 the old
campus on Thanksgiving day to wit
ness 'the Wofford-Trinity football game
and to dine together at Carlisle hall
as guests of: the qlege. .
"The 'hour. of the game is 3 o'clock.
The hour for the dinner is 12:30.
"Send at once to J. K. Davis, ian
ager, a postal saying that you will b,e
prbsent at the dirinerd This is im
That cough or eel di in the head ean
ho ended easily 'by Hivomqi, No stom
ach dosing. Direathe it through the
nos.o anmd inouth, Money back if it
fails, Laurena 'Drug <!o.
Organised Labor Indorses "MNagniilcent
Proposal." Action of Connell.
Washington, Nov. ' 19.-Organized
labor through the American Federation
of Labor executive council today in
dorsed as a "magnificent iproposal" the
American plan for reduction and limi
tation of naval armament.
The -federation executive council
embodied its indorsement in a resolu
tion 'which declared:
"The American delegation 'spoke for
America in proposing the iw'holesale
destruction of warships.
"The American -delegation spoke for
America in -proposing the absolute ces
sation of warshi-p construction for a
period of ten years.
"America Is unitedly in favor of
"Amerlea, we believe, is willing and
ready to place its full trust in the
n'thods of democracy and in the effl
cacy and integrity of demiocracy.
"America, we trust, will continue
on the iniopiring course laid down at
the outset by Its delegation for See
rjetary ughes was the spokesman - ta
will on every point take the same
lofty and advanced position transcend
ing, if possi'ble the note which was
struck on that 'first memorable day.
"Ve record the position of flie Anier
Ican workers for whom we speak as
being in absolute accord with the ut
-nost degree of disarmament, with
the utmost effort to destroy the ma
chinery an dto'make unnecessary and
impossible the activities, the jealous
ies and rlvalriesiand the intrigue that
leads to war.
"And we trust that America will
blaze the way even beyond considera
tion of the armaments of nations and
the rivalries of nations and -will seek
to bring them into some pernanent
accord which will be organized and
ddflnite to the end that there may 'be
made 'possible those necessary re
curring adjustments and adjudications
which are vital -to permanent harmony
and peace .between peoples and na
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JONES NEWS *
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Jones, Nov. 19.-The friends of Rev.
Mr. 'Harley are pleased that Confer
ence returned him to the Princeton
charge for another year.
We greatly regretted our inability
to attend the recent 'birthday celebra
tion of our friend, Mr. John Wells, of
Coronaca, who was a menvber of our
fatber'q compaiy ('Capt. Mat Jones),
of the Civil 'Wat'.
XVo were very sorry to hear of the
recent death of our friend Mr. Al Mar
tin, of 'Donalds, and sympathize with
the bereaved family.
Sammie ;MeNinch and Lonnie
Dlisiop have extra fine possum dogs.
We recently had a letter from our
cousin, Dr. 'Barnie Smith, of Dillon,
and his friends 'will be pleased to learn
that ho is in good health and in ac
Mr. John W. flecks is visiting his
son, Dr. -Henry 'Books, of Richmond,
We wvere very sorry to hear of t-he
recent sudden deoath of 'Prof. Paul
Grier, of 'Due West, and tendlerly sym
pathize wvith the 'bereaved family.
-We were in Greentwood r'ecently andl
'as usual met ntith a cordial greeting
from ou r gna, comp lanionable,
We extendl congratulations to Mr.
Robert 'Lee Cooper andl Miss Alice An
derson, who were recently married.
Messrs. Matthew Mattison, of Boelton,
and Eugene Long, of Cheraw, recently
visited relatives and friends here.
Messrs. W'alter' and Frank Jones
were in -Due W~est last week.
'Mrs. J. .T. Ileacham was the recent
guest, of 'Mrs. -Dr. W. T. Jones.
We recently met the following
friends: Carl Wharton and JBrooks and
Henry Simms and Dr. Thompson, of
'Waterloo; John Shirley, M'ae Cochran
and J. R. McNinch, of Hodges; Judge
Napoleon 'Woods, of Mt. Bethel; John
HIudgens, of :IAurens; Young Godfrey,
of Founitain Inn; Oamwell Major, of
Green'wood, and 'Wistar Cuibertson, of
MOTHER, QUICK! GIVE
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP
FOR CHILD'S BOWELS
Even a sick child loves the "fruity"
taste of "California 'g 8 up." If the
little tongue is coate , of if your child
is listless, cross, fove sli full of cold, or
has colic, a teaspooi~y will never fail
to~ open the bowels.f In a few hours
you can see for your If how thoroughly
iworks all the constipation poison, sour
bile and waste from the tender', little
bowels ahd gives yo'1 a well, playful
Millions of mothers keep "California
Fig Syrup" handy. They know- a tea
spooni today saves a sick child to
morrow. Ask your druggist foi- genuine
"California Fig Syrup" which has diree
'tions for babies and children of all ages
printed on bottle. Mother! You must
say "California" or you may get an imi
Not His Honor.
A county court judge fell down a
flight of stairs, recording his passage
by a bump on overy step until he
reachied the bottom. A servant ran to
his assistance and said: "I hope your
honor Is not hurt?" "No," said the
judge, "may honor Is not hurt, but my
Monday's express br(
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like very much for you to
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Same style in Patent Lea1
A pretty Black Suede wi
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Newest styles, bsau
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' No Worms In a Healthy Child
All childien troubled with Worms bav an
healthy color. which Indicates poor blood, and saw
rule, there Is more or I ess stomacwh dWstikbam
GROVE'S TASTELES' CHILL TONI ': given re:
larly for two or three weeks, will rich the blood.
Improve the digestion, and act asa generalStengtb
ening Tonic to the whole system. Nature will then
throw offer dispel tho wormnsand the~hild willbe
to perfect health. Plasaut totake. e perbotle.
>ught us. many new and
Pumps which we would
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spanish Heels. A real
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tiful patterns, and the
iu always find at
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URG, S. C.
~ou can plow,disk,
hresh, bale hay,
~rind feed, fill the
ilo, saw wood,
>Ump water, pull
~tumps, do road
irork or any other
ower job around
he farm quicker,
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sost toyouwith the.
ty-four hours each
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ar it will give maxi
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