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WIEAT SMASIH ON
( ' I ' u A KTFi n a l Q u o t a t i o n s .1 0 3- 4 t o 1 2 1 . 4 C e n t s l
at Bushel Lower 'Tlan- 2-1 Hours He.
CVhicago, Sept. 24.-,\\heat became
the main target today In an attac- on
high prices. An exciting Smash in
th'e m'4 iarket reslIted tind Ii-iiCl uot1a
,tionus were 10 3-4 cents to 12 I-4 ents
a 1,ushel Io..er than 21 hours before.
Gencial sling of whealt wasI pro
voked by tho striking contrast be
twen the recent upwartd I ende(ney of
that cereal and the downward course
of other gr ain and of merchandise
vat ;e. The relative stren ti of
vWheat had been ascribed chielly to
11rgent buying for 'Xp)ort to IEurope,
iii today, for the ftirt time of late,
important selling on foreign aercon nt
was noted here. lig't receipts of wheat
in Canada wC re said to ex plain to some
ct(nt the apparent eh:Inge in tIe al
tuudce of trans;-Atlantle inte're.;ts.
A'nothur influence that tended to
ull down the market was n shrink;ag;'
in e(mand181 for .our and i co nstt(elnt
decrease in wheat buying by domuestic
Th'.e :(fling flurry reau-hedi a elimlax
in the final half hour of trading.
Lutring that britf -periocd, the rapidity
o' downtutrns Was at a be'wildering
rate and the close was (Iem3trali-zed at
the lowest prices reached, t e lember
delivery selling at $2.2: to $2.2. 1-2
and .l arch at $2.1.5 to $2.16.
fh?O.3 PE~ XVl2CA. PM INS
2 TA41.TS WITH WATER -
YRADE ftNAU4 REOIITSIEI
DERANGE THE STOMACM
Bejore Taking ZIRON, A
JVergous, Had No App
E 1'ltY man and weman, w tho is In
it 1111-(oV n, we ak conicton, \ itlh
bad cmpilexit'l and poor ap19
t Ite, due to lack of irmon in their blood,
Ehold flind Ziron hl piul and stren~gth
It, is a scien'.lfic, reconstructive tonic,
comp josed of ingredientsl ree'nmmended'
b~y lead inu; mediclalIa i nulorities.
D~escribinig his ex\per1ien(e wilth Ziron,
M4r. George W. 8. l~anier wvrites from
.ones, Alat.: "Somimle back. T was int
a terible cowlition, I was weak add(
nlerveus. and had( a tired'( feeling all
the titae. My sk n was luuddy.
IT is ' chrdoitc o
*folks after they pasld the allotted
' ree scoro years and)4 ten," to look
back over th)0 days th).t aro gono
andi thiougtfully liv the over) A.
I find moyself, at noventy-ono, frequently
drifting bacik at (3mtert ('f at century, wh
I see moyself in the little drug toro I ownAcd
at Blltvar, Mo., making andl telling a
vegetable comptound to) my frIends andh
customters-wvhat was then rnown only asi
Isr. Lewis* Medci'ne for Stomach, Liver
and !--we1 complaints.
For many yer~rs whIlo I was perfectIng my
formula I etudied aind inveostigated thoe
laxatives and catharties on the moarketand
beocamto coninced that their malin fault,
was not, that, the~y (did not att onl th bowcie.
but that theIr action was too violent, aid
drastic, and upsj't the cystem of th)0 tcer;
which was due to the fact 'that thcy hacro
not, thorou gh enoug~h in their action, come
simply acting on th 1unn per or s:nal i:sten
tines, wileo others would act, only on tho
lower or large intetines, end thnat they
almost, invarIably produced a habit re
qniring augmented done.
I belleved that a preparation to produce
rthe best effect must first tone the liver,
then act on the stomach and entire alimen
tary system. If this was accomplished, tho
medicine would produco a mild, hut
thorough elimination of the waste without
the usual slekenIng sensations, and make
the user feel better at once.
After experImentIng with hundred'. of
t fferent, compounds I at, last, perfected tho
rmulIa that, Is now known as Natue's
flemedy, which I truly believo goes further
- IUEN RG0.
('(''0ArGO .MIEN '1'( CARRY 1 U N01(1
"(ary Y*our Luneh ('uniptign" Is
Started to For(e (ut in li(s.
('hcago, Sc .t. 2:'.-."A carry your'
lunch caal; i n" for force cut in prices
of food charged by restaurants was
started today when Max Adamowski,
chairlman of the city council commnit
tee on living costs and liussell J.
'oole, its sceretary, alpeared at their
oflices With lunches from home.
An investigator was sent to' a res
tanrant to purchase a lunch similar
to the one Which Mr. Poole's wife had
ttacked fer him.
"Our lunch demonstrates that at r
cost of 28 cents we received more
a 'ol'saie feod than ann he purchascei
at loop hotels and restaurants for
from sixty cent;' to $1," Mr. l'oole
c'id. h'lei( sandwiches we l'ought, the
Ib read and meat swas stateless, as well
as of tiran slarent thinness.
"''he lomie Iltnc consisted of it
ran1dw\ich containling two ounces; of,
r a.which cost eight cents; one api
tlt'. 2 eils. A t'h'ese sandwicb 'on
taiii i; 2 ounces of cheese, I cents:
one livee of pie, cut romi a standard
n'nt inch 'ic, four cenls, and one
;)nt of milk d'livered by a ilk man
al the cite hall otliets, 11 ceits; total
l'-:1i l'' 1i.\18 : IN
Ritalroads to 'ut Track at (amp
S i'r- --(creenwood Phone lates
( olumbia. Se:t. 21. --The South
(';t:-Olina railroad commis sion today i."
'rd an older allowing the Ameri'ican
h'a vr xiress compa1 :ny to increase
h' eht~er~ tw'elvt and a half per ('nI
l oitlh 'arolina. This inreiase is
i' I'( w\ith the raiseI re'ently> allowed1
' ino'rA:t' busines by the interst:ek
c .11n1(ree ("ommliSsionl.
T' 1 > x:.:, com l y is a(tkinti for
Sli :not lhie:\w H ie p r ant increae
a (' toi it I' "I 8i' en wag iel o''elgh du
to :' 1t;e' '(l'a(i lineI' oni ' ' ' i/. (
1: the labor hoad. nwever, this
' :Er i '( t can:' bfrt :h e railroad
"laama an Wa Weak
ha1 cinelissiol also today orldered
the Soditheorn ita ilway and the Pied
tu;ont .,nd Northern railway to l",t inl
a c:):nn ciu, serv\icI. track for freigibt
a: Camp1I Sev isr, near (Greenville.
The cmmihi on issed another o8
d'r allow ing. the (trenw iood telephone
c -ma::any to increase its exchange rates
fifty perr cent.
labam'a Man Was teak,
Mlle, But is Now Strong.
h11a1 no appetite, and at morning I
(.d't feel like getting up. 1 was
rreading of Ziron anld decided I would
tr it . . .
"ll Ity thtnni a niii~'akgardnel
goodku aptot."' oIiosniso etr
fi:1 ris ta mil in onvne110ic, ghtfo
youn ta.hi e ofd turels Reod restor
it ly uittm, 1whenv' rhun-donby haver
stoma" h oi.r hweylv d'-orde, oevr as a
resunltg of m ekenine alntess.
selit onc as moneybc guarcniand
ial on mrethan bfrey laav onre the
f:.: iy mehn, e venthough hoomay havegra.fihI
toa'r' inreeso r the erose.t
.Any knowledge f mydcine and the age
wuits of its use t ii rownifamily an
to notg myfren, myfreever poffre i,
fit eac l, t caused thev eat aitht eit
Nau ri Koed from elerysl oirold
than I wuhow to o ia'ntal ansd gour'
Remed for ten, fifteen and twenty years,
and how thety and their children and
grandchtildren have been benefitted by It.
It isa consoling thought, my friends. for
a man at my age to feol that aside fronm
his own stuccess, one has done something
for hisi fellor man. Mty greatest satisfac
tIon, my greatest, happiness today, Is tho
knowledge that, ton)ight, mere than one
million people will take a Natme's Remedy
(NnRTabiet) and will be better, healthler
happier penple for It. I hop. you will
be one of thorn.
A. H. LEWiS MEDICINE CO.,
ST. Louis, Mo.
Lautrens, S. C,
Bete ha iu
MADE BiY SOVIE'I'S
Must ie Acceptedi by Poles iI Ten
Days. Clalinim American Held. ('up
tain Cooper of Florida said to Be
1risoner and (Captain Kelly Dead.
Riga, Sept. 24 (By the Associated
Press).-Adolph Joffe, head of the So
viet peace delegation, at today's ses
sion of the Russo-Polish peace confer
(nce proposed an armistice, which lie
said must he accce!;ted by the Poles
within ten days or the Russian winter
campaign would be ia1ugurated, which
.Joffe declared the Soviet government
desired to avoid.
1. Jolfe's proposals make the pros
fering to withdraw virtually all of the
l., peace points submitted at. Minsk to
which the Poles objected. The 'o'viet
armN';tice terms, which M. loffe said
the Soviet central executive coinmit
tee in .\losco.y decided upon yesterday,
eliminates virtually all conditions de
signed to soveitize I'oland and than
don the RIussian Claims regarding Ga
.\. Joce's proposals make the lpros
peet of peace much brighter than iiith
\arsa w, Seut. 21 Mty the Associated
lress).--1Peasants living in the terri
tory reocetu lied by the Poles are au
thority for the statement that apt Me
rion Cooper of Jacksonville. Ha. a
:member of the Kosciusko serial sqtaad
ron, is a prisoner in the hands of the
lHolsheviki and that Capt. Arthur D.
Kelly of Richmond, Va.. a nem ber of
the same squadron. died from
wounds after he had been shot down
by the Ilolsheviki.
IlothI Cooper and Kelly have been
missing for about Iwo mont hs.
The peasants say that ''onl'r's mo(1
tor was struck by a bullet during an
aaCi n (etneral Iidenny's arioy
at d tih- aviator was forced to la:d.
The AmeWrican Iwas jIlrstu' d by horse
'Ien! of 13 ule1nny's: cavalry, but he) s
( y; tl it ) snt-ti11 of woo(ds. \.liher
late, hew u\r. mirronudiied and made
l'r=in r. The majority of tii Itosh t
Viki. aniording to thet 1peasant w\ere- fo:'
hiilii: r(ope'. but a Hlols!'-; k h ->
had ihid inl the 'tt'ted Sitates insi:st
in) on he:rin : Coo pIe' S story. After
la:lkinL to (o,4'er for soiie tii(e in
perfect l tnglish the hiolshteviki induced
his ('(ltrades to spare 'op1r, wlo
was talen to Kiev.
Kelly on the fliht wihich resulted
in his death, was the obiserver for a
Polish lieutenant piloting a bombing
plane against. Iuodenny's force.. Kel
ly's plane w shot dawn and Kelly
rec(-eived Wounds from which he died
some t ime afterwa ird.
(Cooper had been reported miss;ng
since .liuly 13 a1ndl Kelly since .July 1").
WEIlti) MI'I.DEJ t IS
ItIi '(l' HT TO I,I i'T'
loidy of ('apitalist is I'ound in Box
Buried U'nder Several TIons of
Earth. I)eai Ahout 'three .lonthis i.
I.o:. .\ingeles, Sep:. 23. 1)iscovery
(if the body of .acob 'harhst lt Ilitn.
Isis An.:ge'les -a uialist wh Io dta-ap..
Catalinta street today. brut~lght tov li'ebt
toly oft tihe c ityv.
Phicjiants saill i h-ilton lar! !in
said1 Itontl hadil ben dlivuoedl ami
hadlil a tt da u tr as it ittlenllt t n, iiv
in ! in Ii Ph ix. Arizon. 0 'lu I
tienitonSitt h aly as wlwieh Juae
Itoery and' wenh hu wisatotiy lo-td tip
tce(nsult (I hi s lasnt ahot'i the tintru-ll
let, hecui ws unableto (fi him.
iThet house tlt inI wit I t liu( ton't bdy~u
Ilael ifond vIs h ai;g irly. rt. ilThf
(rItt iL tiet took i t hte lov had
thra ugh ant('it aet iaborut li liii on t agto.
iT i ftr (Ir tiontan I w r ('1- subjects
The I it I th w ic ,thiole
roII wht re hlie is e e -; Ietd itt have~t
I Mantand linter drawing' amen
politV aei rcatbin oereliund with
boughtw hourcak of ime'l-Snton',
thuoe ptollt Into thal 1)iCtons had ste
hweer, when isi atorey loaed upi
the da('te toft hiuhst itrvi e tit (le
min aondthlr "sourcses infor natio
$1.00 sold wasd fitxedfniey at10
f(irst latimet that heo. hadnaeen dead
intre ndifeicult andlageloges
Dodge Brothers Motor Car is
built for long life and endur
The fine enamel for instance,
is practically indestructable, and
seldom requires more than a
good cleaning and polishing to
restore its original lustre.
Easterby Motor Company
Laurens, S. C. Phone 200
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