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* LANFORD NEWS. *
I,anford, Sept. I.--A large crowd as
setibled in the 1lethodist churhel last
Satilday morning to pay tribiute and
revspect to the invinory of W. 11. DIu
inond and W. P. l'aterson, two mnin
who are gone from us. but I mem' niv1
ory of their lives and deeds arte ce
sihiid and inl the hearts of ithe
people. They had beelen suiperintend
ve of the 8ctulcday schoois and lead
Qr (f hp churlchles helro f~or. a tomb1er
Mry ar. \r. . 1. . .tlhnson. of (;iray
Court, and mr. i c. Ieathrstone. of
I nt ooid, b.tIh made good talks atu
, 0!!!h s tf tt he liv.es ofd tIn-is two tmn .
fti 11111ifl pyiudlic WaiSt
:ohtak wI I. 'nuinl cuy ('l-. .\tr-z
purd a-,~ iourniful eiz inner wias
!v d i n thi e grov . ExceltiIlelt cim sic
fu. rnlic tswd by I holh choirstu (. 1.11m
.1 :0- r. IOUl of Cro.:s .\nchnr
. . c T ,tbo im riatlie tn G
\,, It a inaarty ;1' 1;rr r.1 sidf-nce
T \ Th-y tn ny.d a
.sant tvninitandt reali d ti a nat
litthe Simi br1ough1 the salt oif e
r.iss l .:i/ htntI \ ar i, t of Ora. isit.
d. Nlis .\it nic Lanford Stau .day
.\Mr. a:1 s lir i r ti itIn of
ll ffao-li l . Vsisl t heli rt pat ar-ts.
ai. and .rs. .l. S. ('n. Sinday.
.it ls. t Ani a ti altoti . fof u ' -11a r iotanh. r, i-s
visIt i c- . \ M rs. .1I \\'. [.no
M'r. 1. W. .ohnonl ani famlo ily and
Mir. \'ance .Johnson, of Clinton. visited
ii pareI lits \ilr. and Nis. . l . .,ohn
I Itt l I ( h anlit h s ri tui -ttt1 o
tois hoan i ilock iili, a;'11r (1tding
svl weks il Ohwh of cta i otIls
irandfathit r. NTr. I. .. Cannon.
\lis, - 0u1ia flarn y. of
has 1-mun >1pendinu overal days w!ith
her cousins, Plsslauli and Mlar
waret and bMly Mlay M. Shp left
Sun11day mlornin'- for hetr homne, accoml
panlied by Mliss Pauline \\ahdlep who
will spend a while withi her, and then-1
--o to llqenderonlville. N. C.. beoforte her
ir, i red Cox left' Tuellsdaymrnn
for eenvlle!nd will .Join the .1h1
lf.i(. teaml there to spen-Id two wveeks
n :Cal-ars llead, laing thlti
win'a w ll t, i a m n Unier1i'
:<m! an I ewnch.
.\Ir. Eligfr~nv.Jol-r::::.n. of C ra y Cou rt .
visited0 r-!htivoe holrr- thiswek
Tir. Edu:!n Mninuhain and fto Y.
of Atlanta, (1a., are visiting his sister,
Mrs. W. 1). Patterson.
'Mr. John Melmoth Fleming left
Monday morning for Spartan Academy
where he we]) attend this session.
Mliss Tnora Patlers)n will attend
school at Woodruff next session.
.Miss Ruth McAlister, of Iaurens,
spent the week-ld with her cousin,
.\itrs. J. T. Boblo.
.\rs. Ml. W. io"wlir was on th. sick
list Saturay but is het er now.
Thr- eidemie .of volhls has a rateu in
11r11 community and is almoest n.;hd
as ile flit. !4( says and v :le.' oine
;of its vc i s
i W fe 1ar0 on11jo ing, ".\untl N.11, 's" vi-;1
Io WlAshinltonl up1i this X'", and tee!
il we :r- It r or' pr-u'c:1 )to mal-(
t he .ri ir'iVevs. .sil r hai':i:na ril
l - ii tio and sulgge stin s.
isit NI'' i rien(Is and relat ives here.
\r.T. A. Drunun111ond. AliSs" Carrie
1.1111 L ig'n ~and Aliss Carrylyn l ow
1erattmb'Oth Womenk .\lissionary
\ in" at Cro.s liill last Wednesday.
.\ gre Pa ivleft hete~f last we to
onlpiy a sany 4 a few% elav i tie, miioun
i f' Norib ('airolia. aml reilor a
II letfl timh e.
MAN RII.LS IMSELF.
HIen k% il pt rick 1-11111 14ad111 in ('di of
Il'hi'.:illia, .\l iss.. .\ug. 27.. -'wo
borlt fr Il 1(0ho had confvsse'd to a cor
I n.l, r .-ilry to having killed -1oh n lre
laid. (f1ne (ft tlte victills of i doule
mur 1114b r ennunitted near hevro Iriuay.
4.1n Kilpatrick. .1.7. falvre , m r id
wa lound dead in his cell in thie coun
ty .ail here today.
Whenl found Kilpiatrick's body wvas
Suspeiuiled by a vir rope miiade from
'art of a ot. ie was inl the coil
Accordingi to the story\* told the
coroner'IllS .Iury by Kilpat(rick, Brveland
and Len :. Burm It, broliers-inu-la w,
farimrs. were 'buildimu, fences wit hliIum
l'iday. 'I'le lit -er two fiuarreu'lled, theni
Htreamld iii r ettlili. inl t back of
the leiad with a small axe. kiililig
Kilpliliek. who admitted an inter
:st inl lOr'elandtl's wife, "aid that a few
inini tes !alatr. with the samle Weap"oI ,
1I- slew Ulreland ill the sailler manleillor.
.\rs. BIlflanfid was tlakend intio tliuody
ist niht1. No formal Oharie has bien
(-fd a a n hel-r. Slaf- haw, thrlI-. chll
Whnthe mlurderl o-f Hnttand
l; 1ind w ia diov rod ridaly it was
' :h):I I I r hIa ih : I iI ach of I Ifth r.
HOQ PHICES DECLINE
IN CHICAGO MARKET
Drop of One Dollar Per Hundred
Ponnds Noted. General Protest
Chicago, Aug. 27.-A drop of $1 a
heIndred pounds on the average for
hogs with lower prices for beef cattle
at the stock yards today was ascribed
to several reasons, Including the gen
eral protest against the high cost of
vling. Marlwt men said the tenden
cy was for still lower hog prices, par
luilailv after the fall marketing, anl(d
they l'rofessed to see a break in high
living (cost.. Tl'he pubilii(- has cur
ailed its h uying of 11(ork an(d heef Ie
ti Ily while li . stock receipts are
11 rg v. Th esten ilrl failed to
act as an etmerguicy outlet and the
packers virtuially withdrew their
uii'rs front ithe 11ens today, lea vinsg
thollus:nds of hogs and eattle witho>t
Iyers. Seclulators w'e lilt hard.
lve stoek n1n say cxport bliusiliess
has been depressed hv t he foreign ('x
change sitlatiion a411 that this con
ihil wviIh reeii'ei of hous that acm
1111iated oil farms dii iurw the railroad
shoiiIen's strike anid. the prospect of
a stron!Z il of hiirs. hIlpe dtio vause
'he weak market.
I Whille IIhe averale (1rop for hogs
was at $1, thlie differnce betweell to
day's lowest hiloint was fully $1.50, live
sIoe(k aiut horiti e said. while the a' i
;-.-e <op for beef (attle today rangzed
from Sin to 75 rents 1 hlundr'ed plonnds.
oieep also .oli lower.
LA N S 'CCSS
.14ohni Ilobillso lal"e of 100 Aeres
Near1 G Cori Sold Satuirday by
Sitecess attendied he acltion sale
Saturda y of tihe John Rlobinuson faril
a mile from the town of Gray Court.
Ih1ue Irael, colsistinig originally of one
hun1iidred acres of sonie of biest I land
in that section, was subidlvided into
thlre pIarts - two of twenty-flve acres.
and thev third, nIown as Ithe "home
place", (ont1ainied fiftv neros. The i tree
I subdivisions wire sold scparately, bli
all were disiisei of to oile buiyvr. ''lhl
total pid P i wai - $1:.00., which
laml Ixpierts cols i d r ve r ason able
for ::uch a highly improved a11 feirtile
Archibad Phai 1r. a1 d v Iertising and
la1m1( swecialis"t, cominecwld Oe sale.
ThO auctllionor( wis E. P. MCravy.
A bass 1halnd furni-h-'I 4oo musi'.
There Was a giid CM w o lelisent an1
a rood dilnir l ri I.
CARLOAD COMING TO-DAY
We have been notified of a shipment of those substantial
and pretty Dort Cars and are expecting them to arrive
to-day. This is the car for the man of moderate means
and we invite your inspection before they are gone.
We are now located in our own building between the
Enterprise Bank and Wilkes' store and are ready to serve
our customers. All makes of cars repaired.
We have just secured the services of Fred Martin and
Johnnie Austin for our repair department, which puts us
in fine shape to take care of your wants.
REMEMBER! We carry Miller Tires in stock for all
makes of cars; also Willard Batteries.
Vincent. Motor Car Co.
LAURENS, S. C.
e C.s Cash Department Store
NOW READY FOR FALL BUSINESS
We are now receiving daily large shipments by express and freight. We have
prepared for a very large business this fall. Many of our goods were bought
before the big advance, which means a tremendous saving to our customers.
READY-TO-WEAR DEPARTMENT Showing of New Autumn Millinery Get Ready for School, Boys and Girls
N ew Fall C oats - w"f " ' a nid we(1 r d w sh willg a big You ean aind here a ' v l uj nea i gr ea
line o* th4 new tyles (i s brnooght baek frorn the style for colleg. or ilhoo o
.... .... .... ..$19.98, $25.00. $35.00 ny, to $75.00 4-nt( r I-'i thu A uu , New York. iats. for lndies, Slees, Ires' (hoo s, Sui , )ver e s. Ilolanket
I Ii d 6 o ( 'hi iii -I i . r 11,. iluuuikhuillus, Io~ey
Dresses SHOE DEPARTMENT
'11, i ji i l;jJij ] }\ 't I })('\\'I(}e by ('ihll41-ss a d4||(Ii i 1114. M1144I1 4.C ( ijp ''j. is
in-' *yles. All 114. seas n I f vorit l abri*s, eb re l......
i rly inad4I I n1d .ri(nn1..
S :2e.:T rbti lin - mnd Silk $19.98. $25.00. $35.00 to $50.00 k lI>l ll I'm. $7.50: 9. )(";t I $
New Skirts and Blouses .\1414 I)vss .........$7.50, $8.50, $10.00 $11. 1u'I nderea
n snlh arIhnyk 1u will bj able J ov I.I. I4 It 11 find justiwhat. La i s
tebCo.' s Cash De partmen
LAURENS, S. Coh
*in-.law to -y tn *n