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COTTON PRICES MONDAY.
What Staple Brought en VarloiiK
Markets of State.
The market In Laurens yesterday
WHS \A.'M Vi
lli the following reports to The News
and Courier on the prices paid for cot
ton Monday on various South Caro
lina markets, it will be seen that
Branchvllle leads and Hartsvllle is sec
cond with Laurens third.
Anderson. October 10.?Cotton re
ceipts here today reached 270 bales.
During an hour or so early In the day
14 cents was the prevailing price, but
later went to 11 I-1. Much cotton held
back Saturday because of the heavy
rain was marketed today.
Branchvllle, October 10.?Receipts of
cotton today about .*?(? hales. The staple
brought from 14.43 3?1 to 14.62 1-2
cents. About six buyers In town and
they are bidding fast to get the cot
Camden, October lit. ? Favorable
weather for cotton picking. Over 150
bales marketed here today. Highest
prices paid I 1.15 cents.
Columbia, October 10.?Cotton, good
middling, ll l-s cents; strict .Middling
11; middling 13 7-8.
Florence. October 10, -The cotton
market was somewhat quieter today,
in so far as the number of hales sold
as compared with last week. There
were 05 hales offered and readily
bought at prices ranging from 14.06 1-1
for the lowest grade to 14.20 for the
The farmers, merchants and business
men of Florence and this section ap
preciate no little the effort put forth
by The News and Courier to nivc to
its readers daily the report of the va
rious cotton markets throughout the
State. It shows that Florence buyers
i re paying as much and more for the
fleecy staple as buyers In towns In
Eastern Carolina, and often more than
the mill towns of Western or upper
Greenville, October la. Local cot.
tun sold at 14 cents here today through
out. but. on account of the bad weather
and condition of the roads, resulting
from rains, sale.: were very light, only
about 30 bales being sold. Local cot
ton buyers, however, say they expect
that sales will be very heavy during
the remainder of the week.
Hartsvllle. October 10. ? Cotton
brought ll r,-ir, to 14 5-8 cents on this
market today. Receipts about 100
I.aurens. October 10.?Two hundred
hales aggregated today's receipts and
the price ranged from 14.25 to 14.36
cents. Tim receipts are expected to be
heavy this week.
Lexington, October Hi.?More than
160 bales of cotton were sold on the
local market today, an increase over
the receipts for the past few days. The
prevailing price was 14 cents.
O ramie burg.
Orangeburg, October in. Cotton
prices today ranged from 14 1-8 to
14 5-16 cents. Sales Km hales. This
is an all cash market.
Spartanburg, October 10.?Cotton
sold for 14 cents today. There were
but few bales brought to the city and
lor these the largest price of the sea
son was paid. Heavy rains and poor
roads have decreased the number of
KARIN CBEEX NEWS.
The Baptist Association??School Ses
? slon Begins?Personal?.
Rabun, Oct. 11.?The fourteenth an
nual Baptist UKSociatiun wrb held at
Rabun Creek church iaat Tuesday.
Wednesday and Thursday. A large
number of people were present during
the days, especially on Wednesday.
Misses Hose and Mettle Cheek of
Orry Court spent last week visiting
relatives and friends.
MIbr Janle Brown attended the asso
Mr. J. M. Richardson of Fountain
Inn and Mr. Houston Hahb left Sun
day afternoon for the Poole-Ezell
wedding at Cross Anchor Tuesday
Mr. Clay Babb of Fountain Inn was
the guest of Mr. Houston Babb.
The Rabun school opened this morn.
Ing with full attendance. Miss Maude
Sharpe of Princeton is the teacher.
Miss Corrle Mahon Is visiting rela
tives and'friends in Fountain Inn this
Mr. and Mrs. Belton Owens spent
Saturday with Mrs. Nancy Owens.
Laurens \ssociatlon will meet with
Mt. Pleasant church, Saturday, Octo
11:00?Sermon by Rev. B. P. Mitchell
or Rev. W. P. Turner.
Organization and intermission.
1*00?Is the spiritual growth in our
churches equal to the material ad
vancement, Why??W. H. Plnson,
W. P. Turner.
1:30?Do our methods of Christian
work conform to Scriptual instruc
tions? Wherein ? W. C. Wharton, .1.
2:00- What are the hindrances to
the effective work of the Qospel in
our hounds? How removed??W. I'.
Plnson, B. I'. Mitchell.
2:30?The comparative responsibility
of the church and the ministry in the
salvation Of the lost. J. II, Wharton.
C. Lewis Cnwler.
Sunday, October 30th.
10:00?The Home and the Sunday
school as factors in the proper edu
cation of ?-ur people.?.). A. Martin.
.1. H. Wharton.
11 :nn~.;Missionary sermon by Rev.
|C. Lewis Fowler, or Rev. B. I?. Mitchell
W. P. Culbertson. Sec
Tl'.e second . and third sections of
the Laurens association will meet with
Prospect church on Saturday the 29th
of October. All churches in these
sections are urged to elect delegates
who will attend. Let us come expect
ing great blessings from our Father.
10:30 Devotional exercises led by
A. T. Stoudemlre.
11:'in Enrollment and election of
Query?The kingdom of Cod or the
World, which tlo we value most as
shown in our lives? Matt. G. 33.? II. H.
Mahon. F. L. Bramlett, W, D. Haminett.
Query?What Is santlflcatlon? How
is it related to justification??E. C.
Watson. W. 10. Thayer. B. P. Mitchell.
10:45 Sunday school, address by R.
11:45 Missionary sermon by B. P.
Mitchell or E. C. Watson.
The church. Its meaning, its mission,
its menuce.?A. T. Stoudemnire, W. B.
Ekom. Oct. 10.?We have had heavy
rains for the last week. Cotton looks
a little blue, but hope it is not in
The ginnery at this place run by
Mr. L. C. Culbertson and son is doing
good work now.
Mrs. Y. .1. Culbertson and son,
Robert wont to Gray Court last week
to see Or. J. R. Culbertson who lias
been quite sick, but we are* glad to
hear he is better.
Miss Pearl Culbertson spent Sat
urday night witli Miss Laurence Cul
Mrs. T. C. McDaniel and children
visited the family of Mr. L. C. Cul
The Home Beautiful.
Every family takes pride in the
homo that is well painted with the
L. A M. Paint. One coat only beauti
fies and also adds value and increase
to it's salable chances. The L. & M.
Colors are bright and lasting. The
L. & M. Is used by everybody who stud
ies economy, and uses the very best
at the least cost. Cost only about
$1.30 per gallon when ready-for-use.
It Is Metal Zinc Oxide and Load com
bined. It wears and covers like gold.
Srdd by J. hi. & M. L. Nash. Laurens:
J. W. Copeland & Co., Clinton.
State of South Carolina,
Count) of Laurens.
In court of Common P'.oas.
\V. R. Hale. Plaintiff
A. B. Stewart. B. M. McGee, Peoples
Hank Fountain Inn, S. C. .lohn W.
Ferguson. Laurens Trust Co.. Avery
Patton. Lipsford Scales Company
and L. E. McKnight, Defendants.
Pursuant to a decree of court in the
above stated case. I will sell at public
outcry to the highest bidder, at Lau
rens. C. H., S. C. Oil Salesday in No
vember next, being .Monday the 3rd day
of the month, during the legal hours
for such sales, the following described
property to wit:
All that piece, parcel or tract of j
land situate, lying and In Youngs
township In the county of Laurens.
State of South Carolina containing]
sixty (60) stores more or less adjoining
lands of J. P. Sloan. A. .1. Hughes and
tract No. 2 purchased by nie from .1.
Also all that other piece, parcel or!
tract of land situate, lying and being
in Youngs township. Laurens county.
South Carolina containing two hun
dred and fifteen (216) acres more or
less and adjoining lands of NY. T.
Parks, A. White estate and tract No.
and purchased by me from Sarah
Also all that other piece, parcel or
tract of land situate, lying and being
in Youngs township, Laurens county,
South Carolina containing one hundred
and eighteen (118) acres more or less
and adjoining lands of T. Y. Hender
son. A. J. Hughes and purchased by nie
from .Jefferson Cook.
The above described tracts will be
divided into a number of tracts, such
as will be to the best interest of all
parties concerned, and plats of each
tract can be seen in the clerk of
court's office aC Laurens, s. C.
Terms of Sale: cash, Purchaser to
pay for papers. If terms of sale are
not complied with, the land to he re
sold on same of some subsequent
Salesday on same terms, at risk of
Dated, this October 11. 1910.
JOHN F. HOLT.
C. C. C. P. & G. S.. Laurens. S. C.
See our line of line Parlor Lamps,
they are beautiful and the prices are
S. M. & E. H. Wllkes & Co.
WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS
Have you overworked your nervous sys
tem and caused trouble wltb your kid
neys and bladder? Have you pains In
loins, side, back and bladder? Have you
a nabby appearance of tbe face, and un
der the eyes? A frequent desire to pass
urine? If so, Williams' Kidney Pills will
cure you?Druggist, Price We.
WILLIAMS MFC. CO.. Prop... Cleveland. Ohio
Laurens Drug Co.. Laurens, S. C.
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Shoes of Quality
From the output of the World's most Skillful |
Makers of Hen's and Women's Shoes, we have
chosen their best efforts.
Shoes at $1.50, 2.5O, 3.00, 3.50, 4.00, 5.00 and 6.00
But what do Shoe prices stand for when every
house selling Shoes quotes about the same figures.
I MAY WE SHOW YOU ?
The One Price
The Shoe Man
Death of A Young Boy.
Walter Jatnieson, the 1 1-year old
son of Mr. and Mrs. William Jamieson
of the Lauren? mills village, died
Sunday night tu 11 o'clock at tlie- home
of his uncle, Mr. I). A. Watkins. near
Shiloh. He was sick only thirty six
hours having been attacked Saturday
afternoon with something like cramp
colic. The lad lived with his parents
in Laurens and had gone out to Shiloh
a few days before to spend a while
witli relatives. He was the only son,
and was a promising youth. The
burial service was held yesterday at
Jtabun Creek church.
Piles! Piles! Piles!
Williams' Indian Pilo Ointment will euro
Hllnd. Bleeding and ItcliiitK Piles. It ab
sorbs the tumors, ullays Itching at once,
acts an a poultice, jjlvcs Instant relief.
Williams' Indian Pile Ointment Is pre
pared for Piles and Itching of the private
pnrts. Drusrglsta. mall 50c and $1.00.
WILLIAMS MFG. CO., Props., Cleveland, Ohio
Laurens Drug Co., Laurens. S. C.
Brush Runabouts - $485.00
E. M. F.--30 Touring Gars - $1,250.00
Flanders--20 Runabouts - $750.00
F. O. B. Factory
Swygert & Teague
South Harper Street - Phone 316