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I LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION. |
Mr. W. H. Pitts of Sullivan Town
ship was in the city Monday.
Mrs. Jaui3S C. Rasor. of Waterloo,
is visiting Mrs. John M. Cla rdy.
Mr. S. Y. Culbertson of Gaffaoy
wpent Monday and Tuesday In the city.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. McDanlel were
In tho city Saturday from McDaniel's
Magistrate John W. Kellett of Sul
livan Township was in the city yes
Mr. Miller Plnson, a prominent mer
chant of Cioss Hill was in Laurons
Mr. J. W. Fowler of near Waterloo
was among the visitors in Laurens
Mrs. Marvin B. Ketron, of Cornelia,
la., is visiting her mother, Mrs. John
Mrs. A. .1. Taylor and little daught
er are visiting relatives in Union Coun
ty this week.
Dr. W. T. Jones, the well known phy
sician of Jones, was a visitor in the
Messrs. V. A. White and James I.
I ;>ok were in the city Monday from
Among the visitors here this week
from Cross Hill were Messrs. R. A.
A.wtin, aim" J. W. Simmons.
Miss Wynnno McDnniol, after a vis
It of several days in the city, has re
turned to her home in the county.
Rev. C. F. Rankin is in Clinton this
week where he' is conducting a series
:>! services for Rev. Dr. W. I'. Jacobs.
Miss Finnic Burg, of Converse Col
Ice returned to Spartanburg Monday,
after a week's stay with Miss Gladys
'Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Kitchen, of Spar
enburg, spent the week-end with Mrs.
Kitchen's parents, Mr. ami Mrs. War
Mr. J. V. Scott, of Greenwood, vis
Ited bis son. Mr. Julian Scott who is
employed at the freight depot, last
Mr. John N. Wright was among
n'hors from Laurens attending the
State Sunday School convention at
Mrs. D. B. Burnett is at the bed side
Of her brother. Mr. T. J. Alverson, a
well known citizen of Union County,
who Is critically ill.
Miss Jeannte Stoney. who has been
teaching in the city graded schools,
lias resigned her position and returned
to her home in Camden.
Mr. II. Douglas Gray is spending
Several days in Wilmington tills week
on business in the Interest of the
Southern States umber Co.
Miss Lillian Loll, after having spent
? omo weeks witli her parents, return
ed Tuesday to the Central Registry
Tor Nurses, in Columbia, where she is
now making her headquarters.
Mr. Ilnrl Rlchey has been in the city
>. ,'cral days visiting his parents. He
returned ycstorday to Florence where
he holds a responsible position with
The Southern Motor Car Company.
Clork of Court John F. Bolt spent
the week-end in McColl where be went
to visit bis daughter, Mrs. Frank Ta
tum. and to be introduced to his young
grandson, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Among the visitors to tho city Mon
day wero Mr. J. A. Culbertson, magis
trate for Cross Hill and Mr. R. P.
Cole his constable. They came over to
make their regular quarterly report
to tho supervisor.
Miss Odessa Ilembree, accompanied
by her brother, was in the city Thurs
day. Miss Ilembree has entered into
the ?i eat Chroniclo-Adverti;;er voting
contest with a vim and doubtless she
will mal e somebodv hustle before the
curtain rings down.
I CROSS HILL NEWS
Cross Hill, April .1.?Messrs. Luther
and Guy Martin have sold their stock
of goods to Dr. .1. H. Miller. Dr. Mil
ler wfll continue the business at the
same place with bis drug department
in the samo store.
Mr. M. A. Lcaman has sold Iiis en
tire stock of goods to Mr. Con way
Dial. Mr. Dial will continue the busi
Messrs. .1. W. Simmons. C. 1). Nance i
and .1. Henry Rasor have each bought
handsome autos recently.
Messrs. Hitt Bros, will build a ga
rage and repair shop on their lot on
Dr. Theodore Peak has the sym
pathy of our people on account of the
death of Mr. John Peak, his only broth
A meeting of interest has been in
progress at the Methodist church (lie
past week and may continue during
this week. Rev. Mr. Crumples of
North Carolina is assisting the pastor.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Austin have been
quite sick the past two weeks with
grippe and threatened with pneumo
nia. Quite an epidemic of grippe pre
The Misses Salter, two young ladies
from Vaughnvllle were in town last
Tuesday. The mule they were driving
took fright, turned suddenly and up
set the buggy. One of the ladies was
right badly hurt and the blfggy was
badly broken up.
Miss Kate Austin spent a few days
with homefolks the past, week after
having finished examination at her
Cross Hill and Mountville. crossed
bats on the diamond here last Satur
day. Sco>'e in favor of (moss Dill.
Rev. G. G. Wayea or Greenville
preached at the Presbyterian church
Mr. Mwoy Itanna came home from
lOrskine college yesterday, sick. He
has been unwell for several weeks.
Notice to City Tav Payers.
Pursuant to resolution of the City
Council, exocutlons against all de
faulting tax payers will he issued af
ter April 10th next. All persons in
arrears on .City taxes are hereby no
tified, to call at the office o( the city
clerk and treasurer, and pay sane- on
or bofore the 10th day of April, next,
and thereby save the CCiit3 ot OXOCU
John H. Pel >rson,
City Clerk and Treasurer.
After You are Through With Your
SPRING HOUSE CLEANING
You will probably find that you will need a few new pieces to take the place
of some of *hc old and faded ones. If you do we want you to know that we are
prepared, as never before, to furnish you with just the things you want.
Our Spring stock is the most complete we have ever shown, everythiag new
and up-to-date. Prices fair and just, lower than elsewhere for goods of same
We would like to have you call and let us show you through our stock, we
know you will be pleased with both the price and quality of our Goods.
Large Assortment of the
best Linolium only
55 cts per yard
Splendid quality. Prices
from 15 cents up to
35 cts per yard.
We are showing values
that will surprise you
in Rugs and Art
Our Line of Hall Curtains Best and Cheapest
Ever Shown in the City
Our Stock is complete and we have many things in stock for Easter shoppers. Easter is one time of the
year that everybody looks forward to and they want new goods for Easter Sunday, and we have gleaned
the markets for the pretty smart things to wear. Come in and do your shopping early with us.
Silks, Serge, Panama, Lawn, Flaxons, Muslin Underware, Shirt Waists, Skirts, Long Gloves Kid
and Silk, Middy Blousers, Belts, Fancy Collars, Umbrella, Jabots. In flillinery we have just the Hat you
are looking for. In Slippers and Oxfords we can fit your foot. Come to Switzer's, we will be looking for
you, and if you don't come you will regret it Easter Sunday when you see the others that did come.