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I CROSS HILL NEWS |
Cross Hill, March 25.?Most farmers
])lowed two day last week. Some sow
ed oats and beardless barley and
planted seed in the garden such as
peas, beets and Irish potatoes. The
rnln came Friday night and put a
stop to it all.
Rev. J. A. Martin has been quite ill
for several days. He is better today.
Messr. Charles IMnson and Kills
Fuller, students of the Presbyterian
College of Clinton were with home
folks here Sunday.
Mr. Benton Matthews of Clinton
spent the week-end with his father,
Mr. J. ?. Matthews.
Mr. John Miller of Whitmire was
in town Monday.
Mr. D. A. Hipp of Clinton visited
Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Austin last week.
Mr. Will Cook is out again after a
Mt. Pleasant. March 25.?Still the
rain comes. The farmers in this sec
tion have done very* little except cut
and haul wood. It seems like the
all wise creator has seen fit to check
the planting of such a crop of cotton.
Rev. J. A. Marlin filled his regular
appointment at Mt. Pleasant third
Sunday. He preached a good sermon
and took a nice collection for min
Little Ona Fowler has whooping
cough, but is getting on nicely.
Mrs. Will Ridge, of Honea Path, is
visiting her brother, Mr. Oscar Ell
Miss Jessie Thompson Is visiting her
sister, Mrs. Mollie Pinsou.
Mrs. Wade Williams spent last Fri
day with Mrs. Bettie Reld.
Mr. W. W. Fowler Is one of our
most successful potato raisers. Has
potatoes still to eat and has sold 20
bushels for seed. Why can't everybody
do the same?
Lanford, March 25.?Farmers are
making use of the few pretty days
we are having, planting gardens, etc.,
hauling fertilizer is the order of the
Mrs. John M. Cannon spent last
week here with Mr. Cannon's parents,
Mr. Cannon Is expected Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Burns have re
turned to their home In Spartanburg
after spending several days here.
Capt. J. W. Lanford lost a valuable
Our community was Baddened by
the untimely death of Mr. C. Llgon,
who was drowned In the Khoree river
*i last Friday. He was trying to get
to the depot at Enorec with his cream
The boat capsized. Mrs. Llgon has
tho sympathy of the entire communi
The bridge at Warrior Creek was
washed away. Also the one at Flem
ing's mill, but they have them tem
porarily fixed so you can cross all
right. The mill will be so it can
L. M. Cannon was In Laurens Mon
day on business.
W. I). Patterson was a visitor to
this city Monday.
Miss Hille Franks and Miss Flossie
Lanford spent Sunday here with their
Mrs. Minnie Willis has been confin
ed to her room for the past week.
Mrs. II. C. Shore Is still Improving.
Mr. and Mrs. John Clark spent
Prof. Alexander spent Friday night
In Woodruff with his parents.
Miss Florrle Lanford was at home
to a few of her friends last Tuesday
Mr. Edd Lninson spent Sunday with
his father here.
Rev. Mr. Myers filled his regular ap
pointment here Sunday morning.
A flew Relief for Stomachs.
A certain relief has been found for
wtomach disorders. It digests food,
aids assimilation, prevents stomach
gas, relieves Indigestion Instantly and
cures dyspepsia. This new remedy Is
called "Digestif'?a little tablet easy
to swallow and absolutely harmless.
It has brought relief to thousands.
Your money back If it falls to relieve
ABk at B. F. Posey's.
.HERE IS A REMEDY
THAT WILL CUBE SKIN
AND SCALP AFFECTIONS
And We Can Prove It
Tho Laurens Drug Co. Bays to every
-person be it man, woman or ehild who
has an irritated, tender, Inflamed, itch
ing SKIN or SCALP, you need not suf
fer another day. "We have a refined
akin preparation that acts Instantly
and will bring you swift and sure re
One warm bath with ZEMO SOAP
and one application of ZEMO and you
will not suffer another moment and
you will soon see a cure In sight.
ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP are provon
cures for every form of skin or scalp
affections. Thoy are sold by one lead
ing druggist in every city or town in
America and in Laurens by Laurens
Madden, March 26.?The pretty
days of last week put new hearts In
to the farmers and gardeners and
things would have gone with a vim
this week had not the rain of Sat
urday fallen. As It was a few of the
gardeners put In the Irish potatoes.
Little Vera Flnley, whose serious
sickness was noted last week has tali
en a decided turn for the better. Mrs.
Luther Flnley will go and spend a
while with her parents, Mr. and Mrs
Nelson. In the hopes that she will re
cover her usual health.
Mrs. Sallle Madden, of the Holly
CJrove section was at the New Pros
pect cemetery last Wednesday, put
ting out flowers on her plot. She
also called on her aunt. Mrs. Flnley.
and the family of her uncle, T. S.
Mr. Clyde Martin was the guest of
his brother-in-law, J. L. Finley Satur
Mesdames M. T. Allison and Mollle
Teague were In Laurens Friday,
shopping and while there they called
on their cousin, Mrs. Wolf.
Mrs. John I. Brown was a recent
visitor In our midst. While here she
was the pleasant guest of her aunts,
Mrs. Allison and Mrs. Teague.
It is a very unusual occurance for
us to pass over a fourth Saturday and
Sunday without services at Prospect
but owing to the bad weather and the
absence of the pastor, there were none
on Sunday, last however.
Mr. W. H. Hudgens and children
were out to see his mother, Mrs.
Mrs. John U. Finley gave her fam
ily and neighbors a neare by having
a hemorrhage of the nose, one night
last week. Simple remedies stopped
the flow of blood however and her
many friends will be glad to hear she
Is up and about.
Mrs. J. A. Wofford has been con
fined to her bed for the last few days,
but is up today.
Mr. J. A. Wofford gave ample proof
of what can be accomplished on a
bad road. He and his lad of 12, with
a two horse team and plow graded the
road from his house to main road in
live and one-half hours. It adds great
ly to the appearance of his place.
J. Pitts Henry, while up last week
from Greenwood, was the guest of his
cousin, Mr. J. R. Flnley.
Rabun, March 25.?The farmers
have been very busy hauling home
their fertilizer and plowing some the
lnst part of the week.
Miss Mae Babb visited Mrs. Dora
Babb of Eden community Wednesday.
Misses Vera and Alleine Baldwin
visited their grandmother of Hickory
Tavern section, Friday night and Sat
Mr. Zeb Vance and family, and Mrs.
Nancy Owens and son, Mr. Dennis,
were visitors of Mr. T. F. Babb and
Mr. Nesbltt Mahon spent Thursday
and Friday in Laurens on business.
Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Reason and Miss
Vivian Owens of Eden community
were the visitors of Mr. and Mrs. T.
F. Babb and daughters. Misses Mae
and Allic Babb Monday.
Mr. George Babb of Rarksdale sec
tion was visiting In this community
Eden, March 25.?Mr. Lambert Arm
strong's wife died March 22nd and
was buried at Greenpond church. A
large number of sorrowing friends
and relatives followed the body to its
last resting place.
Miss Jennie Kellett died Saturday,
March 2:',rd and was burled at Green
pond church. She was greatly be
loved by a large circle of friends who
regret her departure.
Miss Sallle Nahors, of Columbia,
is visiting her mother this week.
Miss Jennie Babb visited Miss Sadie
Mr. J. C. Reeves made a business
visit to Greenville this week.
Deafness Cannot Re Cured
by local applications, as they cannot
reach tho diseased portions of the
ear. There is only one way to euro
I deafness, and that is by coimUtatlonal
remedies. Deafness Is caused by an
inflamed condition of the mucous lin
ing of the Eustachlan Tube. Whon this
tub? Is Inflamed you have a rumbling
sound or Imperfect hearing, and when
it is entirely closed, deafness Is the
result, and unless the inflammation
can be taken out and this tube re
stored to its normal condition, hear
ing will bo destroyed forover; nine
cases out of ten aro caused by Catarrh
which is nothing but an inflamed con
dition of tho 'uueous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's
[ Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, freo.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con
WE ARE LOOKING FOR YOU
Thursday, March 28 th
You will find here on display all the latest things in Ladies' Headgear, Dress Goods,
Trimmings, Silks, Coat Suits, Skirts, Ladies' Embroided Dresses and Slippers.
You are requested to be with us Thursday, our formal Opening Day. Now re
member, just one week before Easter Sunday. Be sure and come here this
week and let us show you the correct things in Hats and Dresses for
Easter wear. Our Millinery Department is now complete. It will
be easy for you to select your Easter Bonnet from us.
White crochet Ladies' hand bags. The newest
thing in hand bags. Special $1.00, $1.50, $2.00
All the new things now here In Ladies' Neck
wear, crochet collars and jabots from 25c, 50c
All wool cream scrg suit, silk lined, just the
thing this season, special this week . .$15.00
Tl.ls skirt comes in tan, navy and black. Whip
cord serge, special for.$5.00
C?er /Ireium o Co.
XEW THINGS IN SILKS.
3C inch wash silk for ladies' shirts ....50c
30 inch Foulard, spot proof, only . . . .$1.00
All the new shades In striped taffeta 3G Inch,
'id inch pajama checks, a pretty close weave
and nice quality, regular price IBc now . . 10c
The new goods for dresses this season, regular
IL' l-2c. price now, the yard.10c
Cream scrg skirt in the now style, all wool
footwear tliat brings rejoicing
The Famous J?K Spring Models Have Arrived
We have received a shipment of these most popular shoes for youug
women?the very latest and best creations of J&K renowned designers.
Fashion's footwear dictates are becoming more exacting each year?,
the stylish, up-to-date young woman is more discriminating. Realizing
this we have put in a full line of exclusive, snappy, J&K shoes, recognized
everywhere as style leaders. They come in all of the shapes and leathers
that are now the vogue.