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VOLUME XXXVIII. LAURENS9 SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1922.NUBR1
CONGRESS ADJOUI
EXPECTIN
President. Harding Mayvi AOnl10 Extra
Session November 1 ' Primarily, Say
A dministrntIon Leaders, to Dispose
of Merchant Marine Legislation.
Washington, fSept. 22.-Congress
adjourned sine die today with leaders
generally ex'iecting a call from Presi
dent ilarding for a special session No
vemher 15, preceding the regular Dc
,cemiber session.
The president attended today for a
few minutes before the final gavels
dropped, to sign the usual eleventh
hour bills. The only important mcas-'
ure to go through today was the do
ilciency appropriation bill, the Li
berian loan bIll and the Olyer anti
yn chiing measures going over.
The gallery crowds were small and
undemonstrative and there were few
floor wrangles. After disposing of the
deficiency appropriation bill, the sen
ate emassed some minor measures and
listened to a fow set speeches, while
house members made one-minute ad
dresses and heard Rtepresento.tive
Blanton, democrat, Texas, defend At
torney General Daugherty and criti
ecze republicans for alleged neglect In
that respect.
Stop Clock
Speaker Killette banged the ad
joi'rnmen.t gavel promptly at 2 o'clock
The senate adjourned two or thre'
minutes later, having to stop th<
clock briefly while bills were signet
for submission to -President darding
In bi room off the senate chamber.
A few political speeches -markei
the closing hours of the second ses
sion of the sixty-seventh congress
Raprcsentative Mondell, republi
can leader in the house, and Senato
Smoot in the senate, praised the doinir
ant party's record, which was attacke
by Senator -Harrison, of Mississipp
and 'Senator McKellar, of Tennesse,
democrats. Leaders and rank and Q1
now "go to the country" on the recor,
entering the fall campaigns.
Sharps at Work
Statistical sharps tonight were ca
culating the work of the session, pron
Inent in which 'was enactment of ti
tariff anfl passage -of the soldiers' b
nus bill with its death after the preQ
dent's veto.
About. 300 laws were said to ha:
been enacted out of 3,498 bills a
338 resolutions introduced in t
house and 1,249 bills and about '
resolutions in the senate. Appropri
tions of the session aggregated ov
$2,250,000,000, and with authorizatio
$3,751,917,000 was made available I
the government's fiscal year nee4
About' 9,000 nominations sent to t
senate by President 'Harding were cc
firmed with 'but few exceqptions.
Merchant Marine
Administration leaders said that
the president should call a special s
sion it would not be primarily for d
posal of the merchant marine legis
tion, but. to consider other importi
measures and to exp~edite appropi
tion -hills during the short sessi
Snveral investigations are to be e
tin ued *w hen congress reassembles
These -include the 'house judici
committee's discussion of the
peachment eh'arges of Represental
Kellear, republican, Minnesota, agal
Attorney General Daugherty, and
ate inquiries into the oil and gaso
Industry, Including disposal of nt
oil reserves.
* OROSS lILL NEWSh
Crpas 'Hill, Sept. 25.-Mrs. J. B. J3
has returned to her home at Bun
after visiting her father, Mr. J1
.Wade.
Mr. J. J. Wdrkman and daugl
'Miss ihnmiie, have gone to Johl
to make their home with Mr. Jr
'Workman.
.Miss Bessie Hitt leaves this
for 'Pomaria, where she will teac'h
*winter.
Miss Willie Jo Austin spent
week-end at 'Laurens as the gue
Miss Doris Young.
* M's. M. Pr. Workman is visiting
atives at Monroe, N. C,
Mr. and Mrs. 'WV. liL. Daniel and
-dren, of Greenwood were visito
-town last Sunday.
'Misses VIvilan and Elise Nance
are teaching. at Ware Shoals, spot
week-enid wIth homefolks.
Mr. lfldrin Simpson, of' Ruthe'
toi. Ne C., * Ahe guest 'of his'si
INED SATURDAY
I EXTRA SESSION
W 4 *
LANFORD NEWS *
* *
* * *- * . * * * * * * * * *
Lanford, Sept. 26.-The Rural School
Improvement association iet at the
school house Friday a'ternoon. The
election of officers resulted in the re
election of the same officers as last
year: wMrs. C. I. Waldrep, president;
Mrs. J. B. Williams, vice president;
M.\lrs. C. D. Cox, secretary; Mrs. J. M.
IF1lemiing, treasurer. An interesting
program of reports was made. Then
followed a reception for the teachers,
talks of welcome by Mrs. W. D. Patter
son, Mrs. T. A. Druinmond and Mrs. C.
L. Waldrep.
A very pleasant social hour was
spent including several selections of
Instrumental music and songs by Mrs.
Othella J. Payne, of Greenwood, Miss
I Lillie -Mae Cox, Master Ben Cox, Johnie
Johnson, Henry Burgess and James
lattaway, after which a salad course,
cake anad graip nectar were served by
Mrs. C. (). Cox, Mrs. A. R. 4Holmes, and
Mrs. J. '13. Williams. The school is
progressing nicely and the pupils are
studying 'hard and showirg -marks of
improvement.
Miss Mary .Higgins has resumed her
studies at Limestone college as a Ju
nior for this coming session.
Miss Mattie Moore has entered An
derson college thin being her freshmal
year.
iMr. and Xirs, Ward Lanford, of
Woodruff, were guests of Mr. and Mrs
T. M. Burnett, Saturday night.
Capt. J. W. Lanford 'went to Green
r ville last Saturday on a business visi
. and is suffering very much from thi
d injuries he sustained on his returi
, home in a severe shake-up at Fountali
3, Inn caused -by a collision with the rail
e road cars shifting at the station.
Mrs. Othella Payne is visiting rela
tives for a few days and will leave fa
Hendersonville 'by the last of the wee
- Mr. J. D. Johnson spent the wek-en
1.. in Arcadia with Mr. B. W. Johnso
c I and family.
. 'Mrs. J. F. Littlejohn left Thursda
i- for her home in Scranton after a shoi
visit here to her father, Capt. J. N
e Lanford.
id "Mr. and Mrs. J. Lee Langston spor
e the week-end with Mr. R. J. Patterso:
So Mrs. Mary Shands is visiting h
a- granddaughter, Mrs. Carl Patterso
er
ns "I Spent $1.23 on Rlat-Snup and Sav<
or the Price of a Hog."
Is. James fMcGuire, famous 'Hog Rais
he of New Jersey, says, "I advise eve
farmer troubled with rats to u
,n- RAT-SNAP. Tried everything to g
rid of rate. Spent $1.25 on RA'
SNAP. Figured the rats it kill
.i saved the price of a hog." OAT-SN
' comes in cake form, No mixing wi
e other food, Cats or dogs won't tou
is- it. Three sizes, 35c, 65c, $1.25. So
la- and guamnteed by C. E. Kennedy
mt Son, Laurens Hardware Co., Putnar
a-Drug Store.
on.
on- IStatement of the Condition of thi
. PAL1METTO BA!N K,
ary .Located at Lanrens, 8. C., at the eli
i- of business Sept. 15, 1922.
.' REISOUROES
le Loans and Discounts .. . .$249,40'2
nst .Overdrafts..............462
en. Bonds and Stocks Owned by *
ine the Bank. . ... .. ........2753(
Furniture and Fixtures .... 3,(
ALvi Banking !House. .. .. .. ...4,55(
Other 'Ieal Estate Owned .. 1,02:
Due from Banks and Bank
* * ersa.......... ... ...44,334
* Currency .................6,21
* ;Gold................26i
* Silver and Other Coin .. .. 4
* * Checks and Cash Items .. 25
mels Total .. .. .. .... .331
iter, - I.IABIILITIES.$331
,C~apibsal Stock Paid In .. ..$ 50,00
''Surplus Fund.,.........3500
.Undivided Profits, less Cur
titr, reont I0xpenses and Taxes
ason Paid .... ...... .....12,68
s Dividends Unpaid.. .......31
Individual Deposiits Subject
to Check ....$85,970.86
vek Savings Deposits . 54,227.25
this Time Certificates of 'De
posit ... .......13,764.35
latCashier's Chlecks 1;'194.9524,
st of Total .. ........ ....$343,11
'State of douth Car'olina,
rel- ICounty of 'Laurens.
Before me came IL. G. IBalle Cat
of the above named 'bank, who, .1
chil- sworn, says that the above and ,
r in going statement is a true conditk
.said bank, as shown by the bool
*said bank.
.ho. IL. 0. BAlA
it the- Sworn to and subscribed befor
this 22nd day of Sept., 1922.
'fprd-W. R. .MtcUEN
*pd . Notart Pub
ark8s1 1-Nar'n1o to Open
Mr. B. S. Pinson, of Cross 11111, who
kas accepted the placC of sprincipal of
lie J3arksdale-Narinie school, was in
he city Tliursday and said that the
chool would open Monday, October
nd and ithat he hoped the parents
vould see that thOir children aipear
romptly on that day.
NOTICE OF SALE
talie of South Carollun,
County of Laurens.
IN TlE1 PROI3ATM COUILT
Mrs. Z. E. C. Fleming, as Executrix of
the last will and testament of R. 1.
WELl
LAURENS
Fall Showinj
Make This St<
t
it
ey
ie
et
'P
th Skirts
.h
Seperate Skirts in
p's pleated and plain sts
, navy and brown.
$4.00 to !
Sweate
.87 Pure Wool Sweal
.00 and Tuxedo Styles.
.00
:*: $2.39 to
1.00
.00
1.22
~.25
New fall style
D.00
0.00
,.02 NIFTY
0.00
Patent an
B e ige combin
7.4 tion rubber he
15.03
Slipper
hier$4.95
ore
n of
a of
NEW FALL
* FELT HATS
To Suit You
Fleming, Sr., deceased, Petitioner,
against
iss Louise Floming, R. F. Fleming,
Jr.,;II. C. Fleming, Earle Wilson and
It. 1. Jones, Trustee in Bankrupt*cy,
Defendants.
Pursuant to a decree lin the 'robate
3ouit in the above entitled case, I
wvill sell at public auction to the high
st bidder, on salesday in Octobvr,
1922, in front of the court house door
At Laurens, South Carolina, during the
usual hours of sale, all that lot., piece,
or parcel of-land situate, lying and
being in the Town of Laurens, County
of Laurens, State of South Carolina,
fronting -twenty-flve feet and flive inch
es on public square and running back
eighty-five feet and occupied by Flem
ing Brothers Jewelry Store, and bound
LS CL
A GOOD PLAI
P M
g of Coats, Suit
Ladies' Shoe.
re Your Favorite
Quality, Service
LADIES' STORI
SUITS WHEN I'ls NE1Y
IEN i'l
Some Tail
We are sliowlii
ored, and Neckwear, in Ve!
. ets, and Separa
others with s,
Just opened lilt
Box Back Necklaces in eve
Coat. I*
I We are shlowlin
All this sea- leadeil Bays Ii
son's styles--- W a aitoti
of Tricotine, tines in all color.
Velour, and Have you tried,
Poiret Twill have a1 colors, a
to everythlug.
$19.75 oar fi sip"
Yarns are here I
toby now.
Ladies' Separc
and plaids. B&
.39 5 styles. You'll 1
your Sweater.
Have you see
with the lat to i
stripes, both a- the lilt of tu
ies in black, We are showli
) i ap-on and 1'u
org. Also the 11
in red and whit<
9.95.............
Silk
.e Plain an
;ers in Slip-on shades, bot1
Thread Silks
p8.50 $1.00 t
C(
s in Bolivia and Noa
SLIPPERS FOI
d Dark Tan Slip
a- per, Smoke Trim
el mning, One. Stral
with rubber heelk
$5.00
NEW FALL
PATTERNS IN
ME'-SIT
id ol tho north by lot of J. 0. C.
llemling, east by public squar, soulith
y Palmetto Bank antd v.est, 1)' lot of
J. J. Rowland. Also warehilouse lot
.ituated, lying and being ill the Town
:)f Liauirens, County of Liairels, State
rf South Carolina, and bounded by
lands of .1. 0. C. lPleming, lands of
.Mrs. V. W. .1lnes, Public street, and
pelrI'fhps othel's.
Terms or ite: One-third ensh and
the balance inl two eq(Iual atual in
stalliments with Interest froml date at
te rate o' eight per cent per annmin.
Purchaser' to have the option to pay all
cash. PIt rehaser to pay for stamps):
and papers.
MRS. Z. S. C. IMA-MIN';,
Executrix of the will of R. F.
Fleming, Deceased. 9- t
IARDX
CE TO TRADI
m m
s, Dresses, Skit
; and Oxfords
Shopping Place, I
and Fair Prices
NEWS
I Dresse
i'"S 1iE11.E
' IIEiIE i'S NE-" W ool ai
g new lot of Ladles' Silks
its, Collar ind CuYs
le Ooflars.
I This seasc
sitipment. of Beaded
ry color of the rain- newest st3
in
Leather Purses and Poiret Tv
variety of tsyles.
Tricotin
ier shipment. of Ha
I. it won't last long. Canton a
Eerfast Suitingi We Satin Cre
id the colors are fast
ent of Scotch Sweater $13*7
n all shades. Better
to
te Skirts, in stripes
Lit plain and pleated $39
yanit one to go with
r the Junior Dresses
atch the Dress? They W
0 season.
Tricoti
ig Ladies' Sweaters in
edo styles, in al col- navy and
envy College Sweater,
- _ _ __ _ $1.50
Hosiery
d fancy, in all Plaids
a Glove Silk and in .0
o $2.95 Pr. I$1'
)ATS
emandy Materials,
t PARTICULA
.Tan Calf with
.T a n Trimmings,
One Strap, with
,rubber heels,
$6.00
We Sell
DR. SCHOLL'S
Foot Appliances
To Stop a Cough Quick
take HAYES' HEALING HONEY, 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
Croup 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' Healing Honey in
aide the throat combined with the healing effect or
Grove's 0-Pen-Trato Salve through the pores of
the skin soon stops a cough.
coth reiedies are packed In one carton and the
cost of the combined treutment Is 35c.
Just ask your druggist for HAYES'
HEALING HONEY.
co.
- S. C.
-ts, Sweaters,
here You Get
id
In's
dies
ill,
e,
nd
pe.
5
5
ool Dress Goods
nes and Serges in black,
brown.
to $3.50 per Yd.
F~ancy Skirtings
and stripes, in all shades
h Prunella Cloth for skirts
00 to $1.95 Yd.
$19.75 to $39.75
LR PEOPLE
One-Strap Slippers
in combination of Pat
tent and Grey, Tan
and Beige, with rub
ber heels,
$7.50
DANIEL GREEN
COMFY SATIN AND
FEET SLIPP~lM'

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