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COTTON SHOWS TENDENOY
TOHOLD STEADY PRICES
Outside influencem Preventive of Wido
Price Movenent. War Cloud of Near
ITust Depressed.
New Orleans, Sept. 17.-The range
of prices in the cotton market this
week was rather narrow, the trading
,positions moving over 77 to 97 points
from the highest to the lowest. During
a good pait of the time, there w'as a
fairly even balance of influences which
To Stop a Cough Quick
- take HAYES' HEALING HONE, a
cough medicine which stops the cough by
healing the inflamed and irritated tissues.
A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE
SALVE for Chest Colds. Head Colds and
Gr'up is enclosed with every bottle of
HAYES' HEALING HONEY. The salve
should be rubbed on the chest and throat
of children suffering from a Cold or Croup.
The healing effect of Hayes' Healin loney In
aide thc throat combined with the heelig effect of
Grove's O-l'en-Trato Salvo through the pores of
the skin soon stops a cough.
Both remeoIis are packed In one carton and the
cost of the combined treatment is 35o.
Just ask your druggist for HAYES'
HEANI HONEY.
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ther areno wora a
prevented wide price movements.
The main depressing factor was the
war cloud in the Near East while the
malin upporting factor was the in
creasing disposition to contend that
the present crop will hardl. amount
to more than ten million bales. Igh
est prices were reached at the middle
of the week when the trading months
were 29 to 36 points over the close of
the preceding week; lowest -prices were
reached on the closing session when
they were 46 to 65 .points under.
The close was at net losses of 16 to
59 points. October traded as high as
21.58, fell off to 20.6t and closed at
20.67. Iln the spot department prices
lost 38 points; on middling, which
closed at 21.00 cents against 18.50 on
the' close of this week last year.
Mid-month private bureau condi
tion reports of the week were the niain
cause Mr n Flurther reduction In ierop
estimates and at the end of the week
the trade, or a good part of it, was
talking about the total crop in terms
of ten million bales and somewhat uj
der. One private burcau report of the
week placed the percentage of condi
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ion at 49.4 and the indicated crop at
1,900,000 bales; another placed condi
ion at 53.2 and indicated yield at 9,
100,000.
Spot markets of the south did a
teady volume of business of fairly
arge proportions. In the early ses
ions, it was claimed that the'basis was
asier, but later and especially toward
the close, it was claimed in many sec
.ons that the 'basis was hardening
tgain and that owners of spots were
,tot as ready sellers as formerly. Pick
Ing and ginning were reported to be
making rapid progress in all sections
:f the belt with a vast amount of cot
Lon open in the fields.
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LANFORD N10WS *
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Lanford, Sept. l8.-The resignation
)f Dr. Graves L. Knight as pastor, was
>ffered at the conclusion of the Sun
lay morning service. With regret and
'ecluctance as expressed 'by all in the
liscussion of the motion to accept his
'esignation, the congregation voted to
iccopt the request of the pastor to take
Jffect with the close of the present
leivice.
Dr. Knight has accepted a position
m the faculty of Anderson college and
Inds that his duties will be heavy and
he distance too great for his physical I
ltrength.
He has been pastor here for only a
iort while and in this time has made
iiany anad larting friends through his
antiring efforts and interest and syi
>athy in all departments of the work
>f the church. His influence will be
nissed not only in his church but the
Intire community, who learned to love
uin and his most helpful companion.
)ur very best wishes will follow them
o their new home at Anderson col
ege, and the work lie has begun there
ts dean of the faculty.
.\lrs. J. P. Patterson and Miss Janie
Verts were visitors in Laurens last
3aturday.
Capt. .John Garris of Likeland, who
caches agriculture in four high
chools near Columbia was a guest at
he home of Mr. and i.rs. J. S. Hig
ins this .week-end.
Miss Mary Higgins left Monday
norning for 'Limestone college where
lie enters the junior class this session.
A delegation of B. Y. P. U. workers
rom Priendship church led by Miss
lara Lou Bobo, met with the Lanford
>rganization Sunday night and they
lad a most interesting meeting. Miss
3obo Is a very earnest and forceful
peaker and certainly did make the
1ble study a delight to all present.
'Miss Vivian Brooker has entered the
Voodruff high school.
Miss Ruth 'Prince entertained the
O'llowing schoolmates Saturday night,
ilsses 1Lillie Mao Cox, largaret Wal
Irp, Eleanor Drummond, Irene Carl
on and Frank Burgess, in a most
-harming way.
Miss Allie Mae Taylor gave a lawn
)arty 'Satur day evening which was
nuch enjoyed by all.
MV)'ERNORI HIARVEY
AND BRICE PRIOTEST
lothi Telegraph to Harding to Urge is
A pproval of Bonus.
Spartansburg, Sept. 17.'-Governor
~Vlson 0. Jiar'vey, who was the honor
~uest of the Chamber of Commerce at
lie first Forum meeting of tile season,
"riday night, andh who went to Green
'ille yesterday, prior to leaving Spar
anhurg, sent a telegram to President
larding to the effect that lhe thought
he president should a-pprove the be
mus bill recently passed by congress.
Following Is a copy of Governor
larvey's telegram to the president:
"Spartanlurg, S. C., Sept. 16, 1922.
'lion tWarren G. 'Harding, 'President
of the United States, Washington,
iD. C.
"Admitting that defects exist in the
Ltdjusted complenlsationi bill, It is seml
ngly what the ex-service men, whlo
lid thme fighting and made the sacri
Ices, want, and~ this fact, coupled with
ts passage so overwhelmingly .by both
iouses, would, I think, wairrant your
ml~lroval of the same.
"WVilson G. Harvey, Governo."
Luther K(. Briice, commander of the
merican Legion for the dlepartment
f 'South 'Carolina, yesterday sent
~resident Hlarding a telegram, urging
im to sign the b)onus aot recently
massed by congress. Following Is a
opy of Mr'. Ine'~s telegram:
"Spartan burg, S. C., Sept. 10, 1922.
'Hon. Warren G. Harding, 'Pmesident
of the U'nitcd States, Washing
ton, D). C.
"The congress of the United -States
maing by an overwhelmiing miajority
cknowledged the obligation of this
;overnmenit to the ox-service men
Lnd having ipassed the adjusted corn
>ensation 1)111,' I wish to request and
rgo that you make this 1b111 a law by
~our' signature,
"The ox-servico man of this state is
iso experiencing (dimleulty in finding
source of rbvenue suflent to pay
is acknowledged obligations.
"luther K. Uraice.
"dopmmander, the American Legionl,
/ Dopartmet of South Carolin'
Wage War on the Fly.
Among tho 180 different kinds of
bacteria and other organisms taken
from the bodies of house Ilies by differ
ent Investigators are infantile diar
rhoea, typhold fever, anthrax, food
poisoning, amoeble dysentery, a
sce~sses, leprosy, tapeworms, hook
worms, bubonic plague, conjuintivitis,
summer complaint, tuberculosis, en
teritis, trachoma, erysipelas, gas gan.
grene, stomach worms, pinworms and
ophthalmia.
Citation for Letters of Administrattion
State of South Carolina,
County of Laurens.
By 0. G. Thompson, Probate Judge:
Whereas Eliza Burns and Nannie
Roper made suit to me to grant them
Letters of Administration of the estate
and effects of L. E. Burns.
These are, therefore, to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred
snd creditors of the said I,. E. Burns
deceased, that they be and appear be
ftre me, in the Court of PrObate, to hb
held at Laurens Court Ilouse, Laurens,
S. C., (ol the 2t0h (lay of September,
1922 next, after publication hereof, at
1 1 o'clock in the forenoon, to show
cause. if any they have, why the said
administration should not be granted.
Given under my hand this 14th (lay
of September Anno Iomini 1922.
0. G. TIIOMPSON,
10-20-A J. 'P. Lj. C.
Toi
Of Clinton, (
Lanford, 0
Inn, Owir
Well
We hai
dies' Read
Store in L
invite you
will be ab
here at a
elsewhere.
H.
So often we has
goods so much
First Reason is
our business as!
York.
Second Reason,
market daily a
goods can be be
made up.
Third Reason, a
possibly can an<
handling them.
Fourth Reason,
and I have to w
best goods obta
handled for. I
If you are not a
come in and gel
dise, and bette
vouch for. It's
give you our pr
Our new Fall si
is awaiting yot
they're New Yc
sortment.
Lauren. Store
Enterprise Bank Bic
Vi.
V.18
Gulf Filling Station
GOOD GULF
GASOLINE
Supreme Auto Oil and Greases
TIRES AND TUBES
"SERVICE" PATCHING
We Vulcanize Tubes
FREE AIR AND WATER
Call to See Us
the Ladiesf
ross Hill, Mountville, Waterloo,
ra, Enoree, Woodruff, Fountain
gs, Gray Court, Goldville, as
as Laurens and Vicinity
re opened a high class La
ly-to-Wear and Millinery
aurens and we especially
to come and see us, as you
le to buy what you want
much lower price than
%re's the Reason Why
re customers to ask us how is it we sell our
:heaper than other stores.
that we have good financial backing with
sociates in Greenville, Laurens and in New
we have expert buyers that shop New York
nd buy only the best for the least cent the
ught for, right in the factory where they are
ve keep down our expenses just as low as we
1 don't add so much cost to our goods for
I know what a $ is worth, and how hard you
ork for them and that's why I give you the
inable for the smallest per cent they can be
am satisfied with a small profit on my goods.
customer of ours we specially invite you to
acquinted with the better kind of merchan
prices, as our hundreds of customers will
a pleasure to us to show you our goods and
ces. We smile whether you buy or not.
towing of Coat Suits, Dresses and Millinery
ir inspection. You can't beat the styles
rk's best; nor can you beat the prices or as
Lt SOf $
Greenville Store
g. 208 N. Main St.
t the Store Nearest You

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