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. That Moiintvi1le liarijecue.
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he glorious 1litth was ushered In
With such a storm, it seomed a sin,
d all day long it rained and rained,
And our breaking hearts they pain=
ed and pained.
o much of work seemed now in vain,
Caused by this unceasing rain,
hall we cook or shall we not?.
What luck today will be our lot?
ow we moved in mci sispense,
Cook we must, in self-defense:
The beef was butchered, the hogs wcr:
But wher.e were the people to be fed
We gazed. with longing up the road
A passing cloud, a streaic of light
Just filled our souls witi pure (1V
13ut we must work if we would win.
And now some few were coming in;
We kept in mind our great expenses,
And tried to measure up the conse
At last we ruig the (inner1i1 bell,
And then a inil of people fell!
Where they came from nione could tel
0, the magic power of a dinner bell
Though in numberrs rather light
They sure made upr in appetite,
A-]l seemed to feel firs-t nale,
And they ate andal ate nd ate.
It seemed an army had been fed
And still the peoile cilled for breal
Just before we snecimnhed to grief,
A train from Greeinwood brought r;
Ve hinov it was 1 rainy day
But we are sorry for those who sta:
And when next we issue invitations
Let nothing cause you liesitatitonls.
We had an ideal spot in which
4ooC and serve that barbecue and v
had as cihief cook, Mr. W. 11. Fuller,
Cross 11111, who is well kniown as
expert in that. line. And now at
years young, le has lost. ione of ii
skill in this craft, but rather, hia.i il
proved Witi age, as on aill mIdes
1eard the icmark "the lst cooik
dinner I ever ate." I'le Ie 1tCion h1
I H. ANDER
I f you h~
Chlre ' 1ell1
Childrten's 1'0e los;e
One lot Lad its' .d00
Prnice .... ...... .
Whi lte and Mlarble (
ONE I1ALE M~
Thie r'egular 8 1-3c ri
many frlenids and relatives in Mount
ville who were glad to have him with
them. And the day for him was coi
,lete, but for the absence of his only
sister, Mrs. Eugenia Teague, who is
spending the s umer in Alabama with
her daughter, Mrs. Irehe Langley.
The speakers engaged for this occa
sion failed to reach Mountville on ac
count of the rain, but Col. J. H1. Whar
ton gave an interesting and instructive
address, which was enjoyed by all
In the late afternoon, there was base
hall. The first game between Cross
Hill and Mountville. The victory was
to Mountville, and our boys really en
joyed whipping the Cross 1-1111 boys.
The Cross 11111 girls failing to ap
pear, the second game was between the
girl's team and the married nen of
Mountville. The game was interesting
and much enjoyed by the spectators.
O' course the girls won.
Through the efforts of our R. S. 1. A.
the school lot has been cleared of
Weeds and a plot plowed for the sow
ing of (lover and grass. The assocla
tion is also planning to have the lot
set with beautiful shade trees.
The friends of the school will be
glad to hear that despite the rainy
day, barbecue put between forty and
lirty dollars in our treasury.
C. T. M.
W~IN"'TON-SA LEMi 31.N
SAVE!'D 'IOM DEATI[
.E. E. Eruin Says Wonderful Itemedy
NIro0mhi 1111m .istoilshin;; R044ie.
.1. I '.rwin, of Winston-Salem, N.
'., was for a long tile the victim of
serious5 disorder; of O tie st aci. 1ie
tried all kitid s of treatmtoent and had
One day he took a dlose of .ayr's
\jo Woierful ieedy and was ast on
ished at. the resIlts. The help he
souaht had colie. Ile wrote:
"I ain satisfied through personal
use of tihe life-saving powers or your
Wonderful iemedy. You have saved
Iy life. I coul(I have lived but a few
wNeeks more had it not beeni for your
toeedy, I a inclosing a list of friends
slifferer's who ought to have soie of
r)f .\layr's Wond'rfiul Reiedy gives
n ' I)aniiti( results for s omacli, liver
i a ii intest i' nal aillment s. Eat. as muel
s nd( whalever you like. No Imlore dis
Sress after eat ing, pressure of gas it
I,- the stoeImael and aroutnd the heart. Ge
-eloi liotIle of yoIr druggist. now al
Iry it on "m absolite guarantee-i
not -;atishiacIto'y money will he returin
SON & COMPANY
irood, S. C
we not visited T
en .\en's i'.k I lose, 25c Ten lit
.. .. .. .. ........e this sale.
. .... .... .. .....i~e 2 bales4
. .. .. .. ..........e this sale
Silk Iliose, colors only. .11l
.... . ... ........1ic Poy's 10
iI Cloth . ... .. . ....e boy's, a
ION (GINGIIAM M."
uality. This sale, yard ic Ghood qi
lie, 10c, 12ic, 19c, 39ee sale, suit
. S. C. "House c
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WATTS MILL NEWS. *
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Watts 1111, July 26.-On last Satur
day afternoon, Miss Larrie Tinsley and
Mr. Oscar Brown were married'by Rev.
J. C. Iledg~peth. Their_ friends wish
them a long and happy life.
Mr. James L. Boyter rode the W. 0.
W., goat last Friday night here at
Mr. EIrnest Hill, of Pelze', Is v,isiting
here this week.
Mr. J. S. Martin was a week end vis
itor at Enoree last week.
Mr. Pink Robertsoii visited Buffalo
Mr. Guy Scott arrived Friday after
noon from Clinton, where he has been
for the past few weeks.
Quito a laige crowd went to hear
Mr. John Tumblini preach Sunday night
at Lucas avenue M. 1!. church i Mir.
A large crowd went (own to Lau
riens M.l\ Sunday from here to see the
women circle of Greenville unveil a
monument to 'Mrs. Martha Golden.
Mrs. W. W. Stone left Saturday for
Charlotte to visit her daughter, Mrs.
1). L. loulware.
Mrs. Rosa Flynn and children of
Greenwood, are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
W. W. Stone for a few weeks.
Miss Annie Alartin was very painful
ly injured this inor'ning in the spinning
rooim. having injured her knee cap.
Miss Gertie and Aleivic Landers and
.Alrs. Lillian [ean are going to Green
ville next Saturday.
They are going to put in four more
new combers in the card room.
Mir. John Murphy went to EInorce
.\i,. Rose Morrow and wife, left Sun
day for North Carolia on a visit of
lund Ills I'leture "u.
The last issue of "The Sovereign
Visitor," the natidal organ of the
Woodmen of the World, contained a
picture of Mr. C. A. Power, of this
city, along with other iLrolninent mem
hers of the order from all over the
united States. The genial clerk looks
right "nachel" among the big guns.
rho Quinine That Does Not Affect The Head
'IVY: n1RiIOMO QUININE is better thati ordinary
Quinin: and does not cause nervoustiess nor
ringilng in head. Rementber the full nitc andi
look for the signature of 1.. W. GROVli. 25c.
W. H. ANDERSOl
his Sale it will pa:
You. A Few Sp<
l0c CURT'AI N (.OOi)S 6r.
ts Fancy Curtain Gocods, ilil go in
Dress~ Gingihamns, 8c goods, wvill go in
it, yard .. .... .... .. ...... io
N'S A N1) BOY'S OYER.\ LLS.
1.00) Ovei'alls .. .... .... ....Sc
go 6 to 16 .. .... .... .... .. 48e
ality. Gloing in this Salo, the yar'd Oe
0 3MEN'S Li NEN SUIT1S $1.98.
uits are plain tolors and stipes). This
f A 1,000 Bargains" )
Only a few Suits left
is right and the weather d
Final Call c
You need a new one
You can have your choic,
Small lot of those ni<
making Moving-day Pric
Men's, Women's anc
All White Oxfords (
I & COMPANY W.
1, S. C.
y You to Come. Th<
scials Mentioned Her
~MEN AND) BOYS HATS.
Big assortmeont of Sample I ints no two alike
on Snc duirIng Clean Sweep Sale at HAiLF
One lot .\len's Fanicy Striped Shirts soft euffs,
S5 cent v'alue. Special priep9.. .... .....6ic
25 dIoz/en Mlen's and( Boy's Poras Knit, Dimity
chieelk a11d Gauze underweatr. Special per gar'
mient . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .- ..2:le
Dig shipmnIft Ladies 75c Umnbrellas, willl go
in this salt?, while they last, at, each . . . . 48e
Iheaviest Dr ill made, the yard .... ....9
50 bolts best Shirting and Dresej Chevioett,
Sale, yard (.. ...... .......... ........8e
'N & COn
Ulwaya Busy There's,.A.Re
, get yours now. The price
in Staw Hats.
to finish out the season with.
of the lot
::e Silk Shirts left. We are
as on them.
i Children's Low Cuts at Big
I THE LEAD
H. ANDERSON & COMPANY
Greenwood, S. C.
>usands of Bargains
LA DIES AND CHILDR lENS DRtESSES
$1.00 and $1.25 Dresses at .. .... ........85c
60c Lgdies' Dresses ...... .... ........58c
50c Children's Dresses at .. ........,,...39c .
65c Dr'eises.... .... .. .. .. .. .. ..48
Big Line Mcen's and Boys' 30c Capa. Going
in this Sale, each .. .... .. .. .........25
10c Sea island, yard .... ...... .. ..7
Ladies0 500 Gloves .. .. .. ...........42c
Ladies' 25c Gloves .. ..............19e
1Oc Hadciefs l~.. .... .... .... ..7
Sc IliandIkerchiefs .. .. .. ............e
4c Ilandkier'chIefs.. .... .. .... ......e
lacTLadies Hose .... . ... .. .........lic
Men's 15c Lion Collars .. . ... .. .... ...1ie
Men's Collars .. ...... .. ...... ......e
Tr'immed with Ribbons and Laces 19, 15, 19, 25c
75c Corsets ...... .... .... .. .. .. ....5
$1.00 A merican Beau ty Cor'sets.q.. .. .. ..75c
$1.00) Kabo Corsets'.. .... .. . ... .. ...8
$1.50 Kabo Corsets .... .... .......$1.119
.\cn's 50c Work Shirts, every one guaranteed
full size. Each .... .... .. .. .........39
Men's M. W. S. Work ShIrts .. ........45c
50 dioz/en Ladles' Gauze Vests, taped neck and
coeve. This Sale, each .. .... .... .. ...
9--i U'nbleaced~ Sheeting, 25c value. This.
Sale, yard .. ;. . .. .. .. 9
10c Driils, gard . ..... .. ... ...Se
eson. Greenwood, S. C.