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Crone HUI, Feb. 17.?Mr?. R. F.
Wade has returned from a visit to her
people in Laurens.
Mr. Dock Hill of Mountvllle was a
Cross H-Hl visitor Saturday.'
Mrs. Prank Braimlet a relative Is
with the family of Mr. A. M. Hill.
Mr?. Brack Walking visited her
brother, Mr. J. Y. Matthews, Satur
Mrs. James Loaman of Clinton spent
the week-end with Mrs. Blglo I-ioamau.
Mrs. S. L. Turner is seriously ill at
the home of Mrs. Blglc Loaman hero.
Mr. Ous Chapman of Nowborry
County Was greeting his many friends
here Saturday. *
Mr. W. H. Crfsp and slater, Miss
Ida May, popular young peoplo of
Mountville wor.? !n town shopping Sat
Mrs. J. O. Denny and little daughter
are visiting relatives in Duo West.
Dr. Preston Turner of Greenwood
Was in town professionally Sunday.
Mrs. P. B. Watts has boon quite ill
for several days.
Mr. Austin Loaman spont Sunday
with homofolks hero.
Mr. Edwin Simpson of Laurens Is
visiting relatives hore.
Misses Cleland and Wilks, two
charming young ladies and teachers
at Vaughnvillo and Rocks respective
ly were in town shopping Saturday.
Quite a number of Cross Hill peo
ple attended the silver wedding of
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Brown last Fri
day at their home near town.
About 109 bales of cotton wore sold
hero last week at 12 3-4 for middling.
Mies Jesoie Turner returned Satur
day from a visit to relatives in Oroon
We offer One Hundred Dollars Ho
ward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot be eared by Hall's Catarrh
F. J. Cheney & Co., Tolodo, O.
Wo, the undersigned, have known F.
J. Cheney for tho last 15 yoars, and
believe him porfectly honorable in all
business transactions and flnancially
able to carry out any obligations made
by his firm.
National Bank of Commorce,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intorn
ally, acting directly upon tho blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents
per bottlo. Sold by nil druggists.
Tako Hall's Family Pills for consti
? GRADED SCHOOL HONOR ROLL *
* Fifth Month *
Namt of those pupils who have made
an average of 95 per cent on Scholar
ship and ?5 per cent on Deportment
First Grade, Miss Emily Meng,
teacher?J. J. Adams, Cluronce Al
bright. Robert Babb, Charles Barks
dale, Douglas Brown, Edmund Lake,
Tdwin McGeo Luddle Nelson, Harvsy
Oglesby, Robert Sullivan, Curl Thomp
son, Albert Todd, Wyatt Waldrep,
Sarah Kathrin? Barksdale, Jennie
Boyd, Fay Chaney, Laura Hudgeno,
j Kathrins Mcog, Klolse Miller, Grace
Montgomery, Florlde Moore, Malntzlo
Richardson, Addic Lou Sexton, Ruth
Sullivan, Ruby Tompleton.
Second Grade, Mrs. Jeannie S.
Blackwell, teacher?William Albright,
Doran Bramlett, William Dunlap,
Marvin Nabcrs, Thomas Oglesby,
Houston Aopcr, .Martin Tcaguo,
Strauss Smith, Ernest Tollison, Frank
Wade, Rebecca Adams. Marian Black
well, Vermello Calno, Toccoa Gray,
May Belle Garrctt, Nolle Jones, Eula
May Martin, Marguerite Roper, Ida
Sexton, Sara Eliza Swygert, lrcno
Wllkes, Louise Smith.
Third Grade, Miss Ella Roland,
teacher?Beatrice lllabb, Oarollno
Franks, Leo Ora Hunter, Margaret
Lake, Virginia Martin, Rosa Mc Gow
an, Nancy Meng, Eleanor Miller, Mary
Belle Myers, Mary Owings, Frances
Todd, Emmie Lou Washington, Fred
Hi'hop, Frank Colwcll, Elbcrt Cope
Sourth Grade, Miss Bessie Burnett,
teacher?Thomas Barksdalc, Marshall
Maddox, Early Oglesby, Slora Ben
nett, Vera Caldwoll, Catherine dfrews,
Mary Gasque, Hallie Myers, Gladys
Ropsr, Louise Power, Annie Laurie
Thompson, Ruth Thompson, Annie
Wade, Loe Watson, Bessie Nelson
Fourth Grade, Miss Annotto Stover,
teaohsr?Monelth Calne, Willlab Gray,
Marion Bolt, Kathorlno Bolt, Rosa
Gray, Marriotto Hughes, Caroline Ran
kin, Mary Roper, Emmie Sullivan.
Fifth Grade, Miss Annio Davis,
teacher?('aboil Garrctt, Dorroh Hairs
ton, Qlynn Halrston, Bzelle Holdsr,
Charles Hughes, Nash lMillpot, Corrls
Stone, Pattl Wilkos.
Wfth Grade, Miss Annette Stover,
teacher?Robsrt Alken, Lawrence
Crows. William Lake, Sarah Bishop,
Mary Blackwell, Anna Sullivan.
Sixth Grade, Miss Dorcas Calroos,
teacher?J. P. Caldwoll, John Hud.
gens, Calvlu Teague, Annie Barks
dale, ' (Martha Barksdtads, Mildred
Counts, Harlan Crews, Virginia Gray,
Irene Ledford, Kathleen McGee, Lola
McPhall, Bernice Meng, Lydia Ogles
by, Nannie Pollakoff, Hattle Watson.
Ssventh Grade, Miss May Dello
Barre, teacher?Rebecca. Lake, Charles
Thompson, Kate Ellen Eichelberger,
Amy Wolff, Elizabeth Young, Belle
Burns, Jaschal Childrsss, Harry McAl
II h;h School.
Teachers: Mr. W. A. Barton, Jr.,
Miss Loura Barksdale, Miss Fannie
Eighth Grade?Erleen Mitchell,
Hattle Sullivan, Frances Davis, Sarah
Bolt, Mary Sullivan, Ruth McAllister,
Rebecca Clark, Bsrtha Bolt.
Ninth Grade?Hattio Gray, Elizabeth
Mosclcy, Virginia Simpson, Lllla Todd,
Tenth Grade?Mamie Austin, Gus
sle Miller, Caroline Ropsr, Ruth Wlnn
First Grade, Miss Lila Hart, teach
er?'James Carter, Lee Hill, Willie
Hill, Wllford Thom'as, Helen Boyd,
Juanlta Curry, Addle May Darnell,
Mary Davis, Sarah Glynn, Clara Bslle
Mott, Leona Russ, Ruth Stewart.
Second Grade, Miss Irene Ray,
teacher?Virgil Halrston, Allle Gos
ncll, Ben Lewis, Bertha Knighton,
Carrie Mae Vanhoy, David Powers.
Third Grade,?Roy Jones, Carl Put
nam, Fred TInsley, Margie Craddock,
Annie May Dunkln, Hernia Lewis, Ma
Fourth Grade?Toy O'Shlelds, Albert
Powers, Donnle Barton, Macle Led
ford, Molllc Powers.
If You Own One
Then you ought to know that drug
gists everywhere will hand you a bot
tle of Booths HYOMWI for only 50
cents. Pour a few drops of JIYOMEI
Into the Inhaler and start this very day
to breathe the healing Balsamic vapor
and destroy the Catarrh germs.
With every package of Booth's
I1YOMEI comes a little booklet which
explains how easy It Is to end the mis
ery of Catarrh and Croup. It Is made
of Australian Eucalyptus and contains
no harmful drug*.
But oest of all the Laurens Drug Co.
is authorized to refund your money if
you are dissatisfied. If you haven't
the HYOMEI inhaler ask for the com
plete outfit, $1.00. Just breathe it
No stomach dosing.
* Lisbon Locals. ?
Lisbon, Feb. 15.?Hon. Geo. Pitts
visited the Lisbon high school this
afternoon and made a talk that the
children as well as some of the pu
trons will remember for a time. Mr.
Pitts Is a good speaker and Is always
able to interest those who have the op
portunity of hearing him.
Miss Oarrett has mado wonderful
improvements on the Interior of the
school building by putting up lovely
pictures and they will make a better
show when she gets the interior paint
ed. She has her whole heart In her
work. Watch and seo the results!
Some of her boys have already join,
ed the coru contest and wo hope that
some of the Lisbon boys will win out
at the show down. Oan't some of the
girls in the vicinity get up a tomato
club? If other girls in other parts
of the state can make a success and
win a prize at the same time wo see
no reason why some of the Lisbon
girls can't do likewise. Wo hope that
Miss Garrctt will try to get some of
her girls interested in a tomato club.
Let them read what Miss Cromer had
to say about the tomato club and what
it did for the girl who succeeded and
Is now at Winthrop college. She is
like Jerry Moore, the great champion
corn raiser. Jerry Moore's name will
go down in history. Suppose Jerry
Moore never had made the effort. Wo
would not have known there was such
a boy in the world, but he Is a hero
of great note. The first thing visitors
wanted to see at the corn show, was
the boy who produced more corn per
acre than any boy in the world. Wo
wish that everybody In South Carolina
could have gone to the corn show.
"Aunt Kate" asked us to write it up
but we must say that we are not equal
to the emergency, that was one rea
son we wanted "Aunt Kate" to go
down. A woman can see more than a
man and can say more after she sees
Farm work Is at a standstill. The
ground Is good and wet, everybody is
doing fairly well excepts colds.
13. H. Pasley. Esq., of Cold Point, Is
spending a while with his sistors, Mrs.
Ml lain and Mrs. Fuller.
Mr. Tom Holmes of Washington, I).
C, and Mr. and Mis. Z. Q. Holmes, of
Greenville, have been visiting their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Holmes.
There will always p.Yf,
jsft^ be a market for Rice. ? A *^
' Half the people of the world live principally
on rice, and their demand makes raising too much "^klt *
impossible. But if you are to profit by this demand
and market good crops, you must see that your land
it rich enough in available
Grain crops and rice especially make great inroads on the
Potash of the soil. Keep your soil up to the high mark of pro
duction by insisting on a fertilizer containing at least 8"i Potash.
If your dealer docBn't carry such brands, nor Pot;isli Salts,
write to us for prices on any amount from a 200-lb. bntf up.
Write, also, for tree boolc of profitable fertilizer formulas
GERMAN KALI WORKS
Maw York: 41 Broadway
OBjoaffo: Monadnook Block
Hew Orttani: WMtnuy Can. Bank Bid*;.
Bavnnnah: Baak & Trait Bldg.
Atlanta: Empire Bldg.
in order that absolute accuracy and
purity of ingredients may be assured.
You don't want to doubt the medicine
any more than you do the doctor who
prescribes it. If we fill the prescrip
tion thcrc'l! be r.o room for doubt.
Dodson-Edwards Drug Co.
Agents for Norria' Candies.
Jno. W. Ferguson C C. Featfrstusaoe
W. B. Knight
FEROUSON, RBATHBRBT9NE & KNKtttT
Attorneys at Law
I. nur ens, S. C.
Prompt and caret's 1 attention given
Office Over Palmetto Bank.
Tho highest prlcos for all kinds of
furs will be paid by S. Poliakoff, Lan
rens, S. C.
All prices wiH be governed accord
j Ing to fui market.
S. POLIAKOFF, AGENT.
I Nert to Post OtTlce Lsurens, S. C.
DR. CLIFTON JONES
Office In Simmons Building
Phone: Office No. 86; Residence 219.
Ifcoh relieved In 30 minutes by
Woolford's Sanitary Lotion. Nev
er fails. Sold <by
Palmetto Drug Co.
Simpson. Cooper & Babb,
Attorneys at Law.
Will practice in all State Courts,
p'rompt attention given to all business.
Your Money Is Good
Our Goods Are Better!
lV/IEET ME AT THE MAMMOTH SALE!
AY1 Let's Get Together. They guarantee
their Shoes to be solid leather. Their sale
only lasts for thirteen days. Matters not what
you buy it certainly pays. / Their prices of
goods seem to talk so loucj. Let's fall in line
and follow the crowd. TJieir tremendous bar
gains seem to be so great that it makes me
feel that I can hardly wait. There is something to it, I know it is true, or so much advertising would never do.
I am going to-day and give them a feral, because every one from there seems to wear a smile. While you are
out shopping just drop around to the decorated store where prices are down. They wait on them all, both young
and old, and the correct story of their sale can never be told. Others have shopped and we know they are pleas
ed, because they waded in bargains up to their knees. I wonder why they sell so cheap, when all the others are
selling so steep. If you ever go, matters not how far, you will state when leaving, Til be back to-morrow. Others
make expressions rougher than a file. Buy it at the Big Mommonth Sale i nd wear a smile from The Famous
Department Store up on the Square.
Wo are absolutely going to sell on each and every
day of our Mammoth Sale, from 10 o'clock to 10:30
a. m., and from 4 o'clock to 4,-30 p. m., Ladies' Fine Silk
Hose, worth up to 50c ts, for llcts a pair.
On Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays from 10
to 10:20 a. m., 7cts Calicos will be sold at 1 cent per
yard. Don't fail to come.
Men's, Women's and Children*' $3.00 Shoes are
now going at 98cts a pair.
A big lot of Men's, Women's and Childrens' Hose
and Socks worth up to 15cts now 4cts.
Men's Suits worth $7.50, $10.00, $12.50 and $15.00
now $3.39, $4.89, $6.48 and $7.29.
We handle everything. Come to our sale before
going elsewhere. Our low prices fit the pocket book of
any and all. You will find our store up on public square.
Big Blue Sign.
THE MAMMOTH SALE UP ON THE SQUARE AT
THE RED HOT RACKET STORE
laurens, South Carolina
South Side Public Square, 112 Main St.
Laurens, South Carolina