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CROSS HILL NEWS
Cross 11111, March 9.-Our sympathy
goes out in most abundant fullness to
Mr. W. ('. Mitchell and family of
Mountville in their great sorrow and
sore bereavenent so suddenly brought
upon them by the death of his son.
Roy was a manly boy and ils unex
pected death calls to ott r nemory
maty illeasant assoc'iatiois ini school
life and work. May that One who do
tl all things well soothe the sor..
rows an(I heal the broken hearts.
'I'lT many friends of Miss Ada Rasor
regret the necessity which carried her
to the Chester hospital last week: for
treatment. Ilowever, they whi he
glad to know that she is improving
rapidly :Intd is expected home today.
A mecetinig of the teacher.; of t'ross
I till township was helb here l"riday
afternoon at the school building to at
tend to Somke matter-; pertaining to
the ('ou1nty school fair in which the
:;chools of the toWiship are .iointly in
terested;. \Miss \\'il Ll~o (r!y was
present and expl unredt nany features
of the fair and also made t talk to the
hlool Imilpro vement aIS"ociaItion. A\
preliminary contest w\ill be held here
on Friday .\pril ':rd to seleet two d
1ilimers for the 'ointy contest
The ('ross .l Minstrel club. coa
posed of s'Ve ra I schools boys, has
been giving some enj~oyable entertain
ments. Fei'br uary 27th, they gave their
first here which was well patronized.
Last Saturday evening they played at
Mrs. Idna ('iilbertson, since the
death of her daughter, 'Mrs. Smith, has
moved to Mrs. Kanie Well' near Mt.
Olive where she will mtake her future
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Dials, .\larch 9.--The weather mani
might have warned ns as to what we
might have expected on Saturday. One
can't say now that they never saw a
snow in March, as Saturday treated us
to several snow storms, with plenty of
sunshine thrown in.
Mr. .ames Rohinson, of Hionea Path,
spent several days with homnefolks
Mi. Charlie Mc(Cravey of Laurens
spent Friday night with Mrs. .1. I.
Prownlee anti family.
Mr. William I ellans of Savannah,
(li., sto:1ped( over with his sister, .Mrs,
ii. Y. F:imlons for several days last
week, before going oii with \irs. 1 Id
'cms to (reenv'ille.
Mr. C. h". 13 rooks retiurned to Lau
"Oils Moiday, after sipetndintg SaturI'
'2y night anti Sunday with his mtoth
Mr, .rs. 1. S. Brooks.
Misses Lucy and Ethel ('heck of
ray ('ourt, were the tuests of Miss
'stell Willis Saturday night and Sun
Mr. loert I lellamls of Greenville.
'as the wetk-end guest of Mtr. .John
R~ev. TI. Wt. MIunnterlynt and little son.
W'h it, dinted with .\I r. Sam (Curr'ty and1(
Miss Eileen Curriy had as hter gu('st
Miss Angel of Laurens, Fttnday.
Miss Nileen C'urrmy spoilt Mlonday
night with Miss Jewei Curriy.
After a few days cr'itical illness.
Mrs. Jane iloider, wife of .\ir. Al. V.
1011o1de(1r ( ditt her home1) hiere Satur1
day night tabout 10 o'clock. sitrtroitundi
ed1 by the mlemibetrs of het' family. .\irs.
Holder' was only3'ill a few (lays. From
the beginning it was knowvn site could
not live. The funeral setrvices wereo
condultctedl by iier pastor, -Rev. T. W.
Munnerlyn, Sitnday a ftei'noon at -1
Mirs. I (oldeir was5 a (11110t unassumn
i ng Chr istian i, honored a nd esteemed0(
by all who kntew hot'. Site is survived
by her' Itusband wI'ho Is very ill at this
writing, one sistei' atnd sevetral step
TIakoe "Papje's Ditpep%'in" anud In five
mninuites you'll wvondter whait becaetii
of mliserOi' int stltoach.
Wonder~ wh'Iat 1111e your str~tomach
which portion)1 of the food did the diamii
age-do y'oul? Well, doni't bothie r. if
your stomach is in t r'evolt; if sonr
gassy aiid' upset, andt witat you1 juist
ate ha s fei'mented'( in tot5~ sabhorni
lumps; head dizzy and aches; belch
gases and)( neldts at) 'Irnel('ta toe undiigest
0(d food; brieathi foul, lolntou conitedl
lust take a little Pa pa's D)iapops)1 in and1(
in five minutes you wonjier what be
caime of thle in di rest jon g'nd di(ist ress.
Mill Ions of metin ndl jwomien today'
knowv tht It is ne('('ll(s'5to hanve a hadi
stomach. A little liiiapepslin occasion
ally keeps thitis d(1ict('tt otrgani i'egt
latted and1( thley eat thieiri fa vorite [oods
ff y3our I stom)achl tdoesn)'t tak enre') '
of your Iiberan'l litmit without reb'ellion;
If~ you r f'ood is a dlamiiage in stea)d of a
'1el1p, remnember01 the (ituick((st, surest.
most harim less r'lilef Is Pa p0's Dia pep
sin which costs only3 fifty cents5 for a
large case at drug stores. It's truly
'vonderftul-lt digests food and sets
things sti'aight, so 'eently and easily
that it is really astonishing, Please,
for your sake, don't go on andl on
with a weank, disordered stomach; it's
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Ora, March 9.-Our community is
bereft of one of her oldest citizens,
Mrs. Margaret Illakely, and not only
do her children miss her loving coun
sel, and godly example, but every one
with whom she caine fin contact. feels
poorer without her. S'he was among
those of whom it was said "Ye are the
liglit of the world." She took no part
in the present clay scramble for high
seats and leadership though never a
Sabbath, when it was possible for her
to go, did she miss worshiping in
iod's house and doubtless 'twas there
she fount strength for the beautiful,
Christlike life she lived. Content and
happy she was to reign in her own
home. a devoted wile and iMother and
Godl gave her a long life, eighty-six
yearis, of this happiness and afterward
when age had enfeeile(l her and shine
could no longer minister to others, it
was het's to experience a devotion
unreserved from her children. Their
tender vigilance sistained hle' and left
nothing undone that. could he done an:I
on the 2th o. lehruary( the month
of her birth and marriage) she peat(
fully p:issed into the Great leyond.
"Sitnset anl evening star
And C: cleat' call foir me.
And may there be no moaninlg of the
When I put out to sea.
"For though from out outr llourae ot'
time and place,
The flood may hear ie far,
I hope to see muy P'ilot face to face
When I have crossed the bar."
Mtr. Carlisle, of Newberry, is visit
ing his sister, Mrs. 1. N. Kennedy.
Mr. A. Y. Thompson, on account of
illness, has been confined to his room
tlhc past week.
)r. S. F. IlIlakely of Spartanhnrg,
was a business visitor of last week.
* EKO[ NOTES. *
'l'kom, Alrch i.-We a'e now hav
ing a good prayer meeting in o1r corn
munity every \'ednesday night. It will
be held at the home of .\i'. L. C. Cul
bertson next W 'edaesday night.
Alr. and Alrs. 'I'. .1. Cooper visited \lr.
and aIrs. Robert Elledge In the Pop
lar section Sunday.
Miss Irene Cooper Spent. Sunday
with Aliss Pearl ('ilbertson.
.\r. and Mirs. .1. II. Mitchell visited
the families of less's. 'I'. .. and It. t.
Aliss .yrtle ('ulhertson who Is
teaching the \t. Gallagher school,
spent the week--end with homefolk .
She was ac'eonildaliitt homne by Miss
Gra'e Sinits, her assistant t'a'hel'r.
\lrs. W. W. ('ulbertson and laughi
te , Aliss .idti, visite( .lisses I'|l-:
and Kitura ('oope'r rece'ntly.
.Alis Grac' ('ooper visited \lisst'
lRosa ltee and I.ola Godtfirey last week.
Little Alisss Evelyn andt 1 )ollie Cul
hertson spent Friday night with their
sister, i's. .\attie ltiurts.
.\i'. anmd .\lirs. 'Iarenee .\laritin siet'i
last Wednesday n Ighlt with .\lr.x and
.\lt's. OtIs .\am'tin.
-Alri. 11. Al. C2ulIbertson, of Ware
Shoals. SIpenit Saturd'cay anight withI hIs
miot hem', Airs. Z. J1. Cutlbe'rtson.
Al 1. (Cartem' CulIbei'tson vIsited AMr.
TP. .1. 2ooper' one nIght last week.
MlIsses M\ary Alel~aiel andl Myrtle
CuIlbei'tson and~ Air. Roy3 Culber'tsotn
spent Stinday with Aliss .lessle C'ul
beritsoni and brothei'.
Airs. L. C. Culbertson spent .Atonday
with Ala's. TP. C. AMcIanlel.
Al r. D~otglas Cooper visIted Alir. Carl
CulIbert son Sunday.
Au's. Loo Cul bertson and daughteri
spent1 last Tuesdayl3 with (Dr. 'Cootper
O1'1I JIO.11E WvoXEN
Next tilne y'ou go (1to lie thn~ater' or
t~o the "mnovi es'' julst ntic le, If y'ou
tdease, how mnany' of our1 home ladles
havye beautIiul ha ir-- -glossy. Ilist i'ous,
anld well-clressed., Thenu. If you wvlIl
liI(kl (lit five or' teln (of those whose hali'
Seems to lbe lpUa'tieuIarly3 pretty and1(
wIll ask themIl what they use on It, we
teel surei- thiat at least more thIian halt'
ofI thiem will say''' "lartmony li'
lienaut I ler'."' It ls fast becominbg t he
rage with both miilen and wotien who
are lparticular' abouit the apearance of
SprInkle a. lttle I iarmoiiy Imatr
lieauitiller'i on vunr hair e'ach Iime hl~ e
fore bru'isinm :$. Continis n(o oII; will
tot ('hange et (lor of hirI, inor darken
To keepl ha Ir anld SCall cdanmd ruff
fr'ee anad (lean, use IIa rmiony Sham
11o0. Ti s lur li 1(ui d sham P00 gives
aln istantaneous iclhlher that Im
miiiIa tely lienetrates to every par't of
the hair and1( scalp InsurIng a quIck,
thorouigh eleansing. Washed off lust
as5 (ickly, thle entIre onoeratlon takes
(only a few mometts. Coat ains noth
lng that ennl harm the hai'r; leaves no
harishiness ori stlekIness-just a sweet
Ilothi prepiarantions come In odd-shap
ed,. v'ery (ornlament1 al 1bot tles, wIth
sprinkler I t ops. liarimony I mair Beau-.
111cer $1.00. Ilirmony Shatmpoo0, r500.
Ilothi gunaanteedc to nat Isfy you in cv
cry way. (Ir youri mloney black. Sold on
ly at the more than 7,000 Rexall
Stores, and In thIs town only by us.
Laureons I riug 'Co., 103 WV. Ala In St.,
Lnnirolls S. r.
+ 31-inch Lustre Crer
4 31-inch Windsor Co;
+ 27-inch Crepe De C
1 lot 32-inch Flaxon
worth 25 cents <
36-inch Crepe Voile
f 45-inch Crepe Voile
+ 38-inch Printed R
worth 50 cents <
, 27-inch Repplette, t-i
+ require no ironi
* CENTElR POINT NEWS.*
''enter Point, March 9.-oor the past
few dlays we can certainly toll it is
March. Thue wind has been doing full
Messrs. 0. W. Moore andl J. M. Mil
Ier are spending this week in Laurens.
Mr. .1. T1. Miller and sister, Miss
Mayme, visited at the home of Mr.
Elisha Watkins last week.
Mr. Alfred McNincli, from Boyds
Mill was in this community visiting
old friends not long since.
We aire glad to say Miss Delle Strib
bIling is still imifroving.
Miss Winona 'Chancy spent 'the
week-end with homefolks in Laurerns.
Mr. Ei. FN. Moore of Liaurens spent
Sunday with1 his Parents Mr. and M rs.
M. L~. C. Moore..
M r. and .irs. .Judlge Elmore yisited
at Greenw"oodl a few (lays ago.
M~aster Rloy Moore spent Saturday'
in Lau rens with hib. uncle, Mr. E'rnest
Tihe Center Point school is dloing
Necedless- U so Pairsan i Sage.
Nowv that Parisian Sage can be had
at any drug coun ter it is certainly
needless to hiave tIn , brittle, mat Ited,
stringy or' faded hir. No matniter' how
rnisighitly the hair, howv badly it is
falinI g, or how -rpuIich (ladru iff, Pai
sian Sage is ally that is needed. Id're
qiuent applienatlo is and well rubbed ini
to te iie5al-\p1 (1d0 wonider--it acts
l ike magic. e hair roots are nou r
ished aind a munlatedl to grow new
hair, itching seal p, dan druff and fall-.
lng hair cease--your' head feels fine.
Hest of all, ihe hair becomes soft, fluf
fy, abundant and radlant with life and
You will lie suripiseda anld del1ighted
with Parisian Sage. Try at least one
flfty cent bottle from the Laurens
D~rug Co. . They will refund the puDr
chase price if you arle not. satisfled.
.Just reeived the largest assort
meat of flich Cut (liass ever shown
in the city. New cuttings, new shapes,
at prices lower than ever before.
S. M. & , II.f Wiles & Cr.
e only - 25cts
;tume Crepe 20cts
hine Silk and
- - 50cts
)nly - l5cts
white only 25cts
)nly - - - 40cts
te goods that
ng, only - 15cts
* MOUNT OLIVE.*
Mt. Olive, March 9.-Recv. W. ii. Wa
ters filled1 his ap)polntmenlt her'j Ritur
day and Sunday.
Mr. Myron 11111 has been very Rick
for a few weeks, but he is improvingi
slowly at present.'
Mr. and Mrs. J1. W. Washington, or
Belton, 5ipent a few diays recently with
their son, 'Mr. A. B. WVasihngton,
Mr. A. E. H1ill, of Cold Point, visit
edl in our community recently.
Mrs*. J. A. Wood andi son, JTeff, spent
Sunday at Mr. W. E. Washington's.
Miss Bessle Cooper returnedi home
from Greenville Saturday.
Miss Sula Mae Bolt eame home Sat
urdiay from Conestee, -where she ha.s
been teaching this session. 11er
school closed Friday.
Mr. C. C. Boland is spending a few
(lays at Greenwood.
Col. .1. A. Arnold attended the re
Cent wedding of Dr. C. A. floland at
Sitath am, GaR.
CLERKi'M MA LE.
Staite of South C'arolinia,
-(Counity of Laurents.
In Court. of Common Pleas.
W. WV. Kimball Company, P'aintiff,
R1. L. 'Wolff andl Mrs. Ri. L.. V olff, D~e
Pursuant to a (leer q of the Court
in the above stated vase, 'I will sell
at public outcry to Ahe highest hid
decr, at Laurens, C. ~., S. C., on Sales
(lay in April next, /heing Monday the
6th day of the Vfh, during the legal,
hours for such ties, the following
described prIop) r , to) wit:
One 1(imball ano, style 15 Rose
wood, madec by . W. Kimball Co., No.
222459-style 15 Rosewood.
Terms of sale: cash. Purchaser to
pay for papers. If the terms of sale
are not compIlied with, the same tc he
resold on same or isome stubsequent
Saleaday on same terms, at' risk of
C. A. P~OWE~R,
C. C. C. P. and 0. S.., TLaurens, S. C.
Dated, this 9th (lay of March, 191.
For Saile-White Wyandotte eggs
from winning strain, $1.00 for 15. An
cona eggs $i,00 for i5. Also fine white
Wyandotte coeker'el, thoroughbred, at
$1.00. C. W Tuane 22..1t-pu
Vhy does one artist paint a more
tiful portrait than another? Be
3 he KNOWS HOW to "catch" the
vho poses in the most attractive
ide. Why does one store. choose +
r dress goods than another? Be
3 the buyers in that store KNOW +
to select better goods. Our "
;ES, quality considered are lower +
use we do the-VOLUME of busi
36-inch Pongee - - - 50cts
42-inch Silk Poplin worth 1.25 only $1.00 I
36-inch New Silk Printed Canton
Crepe, per Pattern, - - $8.50
33-inch Stripe Tub Silk $1.00 quality
only . . . . 90cts +
42 inch Silk Crepe DeChine all the
new shades . . . . $1.50
36 inch Printed Faulards per yd only 1.00
36 inch Stripes Jap, only . . . 50cts
42 inch Devitine Silk, per yard, . $2.00
27 inch Printed Poplen, per yard, 50cts
27 inch Embroidery Crepe, all shades
per yard . . . 50 and 75cts +
WithI the passiung of' the somubr'e shlades4 for winter wear the
(eye is relieved by the appealranIce Of -the brighter' tints for
A full l ine of D~ress Fabiries .just. opened. Among the dif'
fret iv eaves sh own, C~repes andu Ratines have an equnal
chanceu' for p)oplarUlity3. Th'1ese all come in new colorinigs. While
muany otherci attract ive fabrics are shown..
An endlless var'iety ini Wash~l FabrhiQs, Ginghams, Gahlatea
A ver'y chIoi(ceI line ini plainl and1 fancey White Goods forl
New~ Tlable Linenh andy ateotiery.l
TPhe Not ion stock is replete, emblra< gtevr7aetnvl
ieus for nieckwear.ly~
CHICH ESTER SJ LLS -- ---he -O~~ Wo' -s
"L~ON Raree b thses onderf l old r tla di,
* gd - Egggg tli Ieicta t. mai~ne e. F ethersone~
EP L * areerAind .
rrne Aiki Att~rney, at Law
rDIL . L e;e Lasraus, 5. C,
Ield b7 '"auresE D"ug ( ". an Promplitaadu atetng