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If HUNT'S Snivo folio in th~t
treatment of ITCH ICZ[MA,
RINGWORM, TIL'1 nR or I ~ U
other itching skin diecanc.
'Try a 73 cent box. at our riot. c
Lauren' Drug Co.
'T'ake notice that on the 18th day of
December, 1920, 1 will render a final
account of my acts and doings as Ad
ministrator of the estate of 10. C. Chalp
mn5, deceased, in the oillce of the
Judge of Probate of 'Laurens county,
at 11 o'clock, a. in. and on the same
day 'will apply for i tiitl discharge
from my trust as administrator.
Any person nidebted to sad estato
Is notilied and required to make pay
ment on that date; and all persons
Raving claims against said estate will
present them on or before said date,
duly proven or be forever barred.
Dr. It. Chaipman,
November 17, 1920. I8-I n-A
C. C. Featherston W. B. Knight
FEATIIESTONE & KNIGIIT
Atttorne'ys at Law
Laurens, S. C.
All Business Intrusted to Our Care
Will Have Prompt and Carefini Atten
Oflice over Palmetto Bank
Mr. Featherstone will spend Wednes
day of each week In Laurens.
W. M. NASH
Gray Court, S. C.
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
Laurens, South Carolina
Office in Peoples Bank Building
Simpson, Cooper & Babb
Attorneys at Law.
Will Practice hi all State Courts
Prompt Attention Given All Business
DIRECT FROM ORCHARD
$2.00 per Bushel; $6.00 per Barrel
$3.00 for Assorted Bushel
Saluda, N. C.
Oil Tanks and Pumps, Air Com
pressors, Computing Scales, Floor
Scales, Show Cases, Account Reg
isters, Rebuilt Cash Registers,
Safes, Store Fixtures.
THE HAMiLJTON SALES CO.
Columbia, S. C.
Blackwell & Sullivan
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Pronmpt Attention Given All Businoss
Money to Loan on Real Estate
Ofice in Shimmons Building
C. E. KENNEDY & SON
Undertakers and Embalmers
Calls answered any hour day or night
0. Langdon Long
ATTORNEY AT LAW
EnterpriseNational Bank Building
All Legal Business Given
"Worthy of its name,
Always the same."
Coughs, Colds, Croup,
Influenza, and Pneumonia
To settle in Burke
For further information
SEC. HOUSTON STANDS FItM
ON BELIEF TO FARMERS
hearing Develops Into Dispute Be
tween 0.onunittea and Governor of
Iteserve Hoard.. Houston Opposes
itevivai of War Finauce Corporation.
Washington, Dec. 3.-The congroa
sional Joint committee hearing on the
agricultural situation developed today
Into a dispute at times quite heated,
between Governor Hlarding of the fed
eral reserve board and tenbers gf
".\r. Chairman, what is the purpose
of ithis hearing" tgovernor I larding
finally demnanded, while he questioned
itepresentative 13yrites of Solth Caro
lina. "Is the federal reserve board on
trial; amit i on trial here?" "le con
tinued, d(ec'laring he had been a tari'get
for "'all kinds of abuse."
koi'or'sentatives iByrnes said he
meant )o reflection on Governor liard
Cirettrls issited by the regional re,
serve bank of Rtichmond, Va., to
member banks, and 1which Mli'. lByrnes
was attempting to showi had resultcd
in rigid restriction of farmers credits
were' under discussion. (governor
Hiarding said such circulars were not
submitted to the board until 'printed
whenl they were looked over and at
tention of the issuing regional banks
called to anything the board deemed
The board, he added. was not a Cen
At one point Gove'nor 'iarding tod
lRepresentative 1lyrnes he ''ought to
read the federal resetve' act and tr.
to understand it." \r. Ilyrnn replied
that he did tut1derstanld the act ais he
had helped frame it.
Senator-elect lietliin. .\tlabama
asked Covernor IIarding if the law
makers could issue a statement to tito
piublic as under'stantding his testimnon)
to be that the reserve board was fit
vorable to banks extending all the
credit Possible to farmers.
"''he federal 'eserVt.e board lrfer:
to issu.e its own stat'lt)eelts,'' (overito
Approving efforts of tie itlichmtono
bank to resirtet loans for non-essen.
tial purpos~ntes in 11;. G;overnlor lIar'd
"I know some bank;: in Souti
('arolina had been carrying lart;
loans on cottol, some since 1417 it
the face of an active market."
holding such cotton then, he added
on reserve bank funds was ''plaini:
sp li1 ating."
Governor Hlarding declared ft rminer
need have no fear that tlte bank
would not do their part and carry over
loans on staple crops for wh'ih thetr
is no Market, providdt the farmer;
Wdti take a fair stateieit of thei
condition to the bankers. ir cites
figures Which he said showed thetr
had been no restriction on re-dis
('ouits of agrieultural paper.
Secretary I louston, who plre(ede<
lGovernors Iliring,~l sitrong1y opposet
krjcst revive th iWar': '' innne, t
C'orpor~at ion!, for' the pujirios. of financ
ing sales abroadl of surplus farmt pro
dutt. Pr'tse'nt iprice dec Ilitnes wei
(1ue t) readojustmients follow ing lth
war, heo said, andt hie saw rie soluitio
f'or' the prioble, i althiough til'e teas
thoughilt to it titan to any~ other1 lulb
j'.c(t for thle last Ft) mlonths.15
In the course. of' hIs testimuon
GovernIor Iliardi Ing salid diver'sion o
tihe $ 0,000.000 profits of thte federa
reoserve btoard foi' loans t) cattle grow
01rs w.otultd be more effective titan I
applied t) agr'iul~tr ge'nerally. IIb
I beteni aketd as to is opiion 01
th ' praoeail of St ;atort liiteoek foi
The itu at aion of te calttle griOoers
Governor' lIarding saId, stoodi by it,
self and demlanded r'elief. The sugges
tion of Senator' Hitchcock no con
tmuiled, wias oultsidle the province o
11e boar'd, andi a matter with which
It waIs not conlcernted.
Anlswering tile chairgo of pr1oflte'er
ing on the par't of' tihe reserve banlks
Governtor Harding saidi they hant
earned 6.9 per' cent on their capita
stock of $100,000,000, and the reserv
balance of banks amounting to $1,800,
Doubt that exports could be ini
creased unless so way Wats fountl
for Increasing Iduropo's buying powe
and ability to furnish requIsite secur'i.
ties, twas8 expressed by Secrl.,tarl
Ihouston. He did not see, hie adldet
how mutch relief could be expected at
this time in this way.
Hie had no doubt, Mr. Houston said
that the 'War F'inanco Corporatior
woulid "function'' abould Congress re
create it, but he added:
"1 believe it would be agalust thc
CTe secretary said he believed th(
country3 Was in for a period of prl('(
r'ecesion, and that "nothing mtor'
fateful coulId hia'pped~ than that this na
tion emlbark on utnsoundl linellile
'in hanking it seeking relief for th<
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Lanford Station, Dec. C.-Thie meet
ing at the Baptist efiurch conducted
by Dr. Buckholz closed Monday night
with a largo attendance. We were de
lighted to have )r. iuckholz in our
midst, lie has lead many to Christ,
and our community has been greatly
blessed by his earnest preaching. 'rho
instruction classes yhIch he held at
the Methodist. church and in the school
building have helped both young and
old to take a more permanent stand
for the Lord. May Cod's richest bless
ings rest upon him in his future work.
Rlev. U. '1. Sexton and family, also
)r. lluckholz dined with Mir. and 'Mrs.
I'dc Taylor Sunday.
Horn to lr. and .\1rs. A. 11. 1 lolines.
November 2Sih, a girl.
Mirs. C. D. Cox has gone to Itender
sonville, N. C.. to vitl her sister, irs.
.1. Bl. lyers.
horn to Mr. and irs. 1. 11. Williams.
Dee. 5. at gi rl .
Misses Pearl Itawlinson and Jennie
IInrgess attended the teachers meet
in gat Laurens; Saturday and the lec
ture given by )r. Lodge of Limestone
College was enjoyed very much by
M rs. C. L. Waldrep was in Laurens,
The Rural inprovement Association
had Its regular m Ionthily meeting Fri
day evenilg. 'T'he demonstrations giv
en by Miss hlarris was very much en
loyed and also the candy that she
made and served. lefreshments serv
ed by Mrs. Lanford andl Mrs. Fleming
%nyere also enjoyed.
There will be a play 'given at the
school huliding Friday night, Dec. 10,
by the Gray Court and Owens high
school. There will be an admission
fee of lifteen and thirty-five cents.
The ,public is cordially invited. 'Dia
monds an(l Ilea rts is the title of the
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Druflgglsts refund mione'y if PAZO1NTME~NT thP
to euro ItchIng, li.i'hd. Uleedingi or P'rotrudiog ieI.s
Of Shoes, M
Men's and B,
Notice of the City Clerkand Ttoaara ' ossible, attend to It. when the or not he 18 reimbursed to that exteht.
Toe city tax books will open at the books are first opened and avoid any Special Llconso or Tax
City Clerk's office on the first day of penalty. This tax must positively be paid by
January, for the payment of taxes for The law holds that the person own- January 15th. Bear In mind that you
1921, and will remain open until the are paying this tax to conduct a Wi
first day of March, which Is the last
day for the payment of taxes without ary mit pay the tax, therefore, there and unlhss ths ty fo the yea9
penalty and execution, unless -the time cnb otasern rpoet naduls hn~ ~Ifiyucn
is extended by the City Council. Af- the city tax books. If a person sells not operate.
ter March 1st there will be a penalty his Property after January first, and S'rANT~I~Y W. Creau,
nehedl of fliteen per cent,..on .totalirirtMaliltnohvig'ldCtCekall rflSrl.
aimount of taxes due, also execution tax on it JilmelI, should pay same, bc- Novcmber 30th, 1920. A3U4t
as provided by law to the amount of cause It is charged, up to him an hay
$2.35; therefore, it is urged that all lug owned the saue on January Tht,
persons who have city taxes chargedLAXATIVE BROM QUININE (Tablet It
brstops the ough and headache and works oon the
to, them, pay them before March 1st. self and the purchaser as to whether Co . E. W. GROVES signature on each box. 30c.
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YOU KNOW THAT "FEELIN'--"
Now don't you?
You can never forget how important you felt after you got
your first rabbit. And it didn't make any difference to you what
kind of an old "field piece" yu had to use either.
But now, since you've "growed" up, you want the best in
We can take care of your wants in Guns, Ammunition,
Hunting Knives, etc.
Jo es=easlwrthie o.
eralls John B. Stetson Hats
SGRAY S $7.20
War Tax Included
KALF PRICE SALE
ig Today We will Place On Sale
Our Entire Stock
illinery, Ladies' Coats, Coat Suits, and Child
ren's Coats at One-Half Price.
zderful reduction, coming at this time, means a
ing to the people of Gray Court and community.
Sys' Clothing, Hats and Furnishings 33 Per Cent Off
IG IN OUR IMMENSE STOCK AT PRICES THAT
CANNOT BE EQUALLED
utin GR AY'S MILLINERY
Gra- S 1-2 Price
Gray Court, - - S. C. and Les