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* LISON NEWS.
L.sbon, .\arch 21.-'arm work has
.'ien stoppe(I for the last week on ac
count of rain, which we needed very
muitich, from t)he fact that the ground
-was getting hard and the wheat and
oats were needing it. You can see
quite a change in the grain for the
last few days, and we hope that the
FclsOii will continue, as that niansi
much when it comes to getting a fair
Every thing is high and with high
prices labor is out of sight and not
very good at that; but we have to take
everythilog into consideration, and
lo:' forward to a better tlure. And
\( want to say right niow. that every
inim vidulal jus.t;t as vehI ll ke tiy his
niind tIhat ach in o its hat s a great
werh before i:. We til yotu readers
o" The Adve-tiser. that we arte over
te diraft age. but when \we read aulit
t1. I h r.u:uns' t'T ittill ot the Iliel ian
u h w\intenI hi Iioi ol il olitr
h andI wtI s t~I rvad. at
n hopp1 to del 111,1n1th wo caln
.1 I nt ed .1 ; and o' r ler .
2, la k -t is inl t s wai
'I; i\ ow t.0 (toss Ill a few:
.1k! , e n ,! t ( ol h r fcdl owe
t, 1,_ ' ;wolh-, Ior ! tW' vw
( - ; I " I I:(o 111 by.% 1 A , Ish n on thI II-,:
wa 1 to I.:1itt ts. WV\v will giv y eI ol
1.h-: Ilot\e loo of ti w u 1 lic
iii no; :i ti i "ot I I J.: r idia.t
av ti ti isa ; a ia:3tn"t '.l a 'ra
i % I iet l n I thI e count et ve 'r ten :
aiknt t' ci Ia hinvn t nt y
:1 y Z v 11ya' -- IIt 1 1 1 l
Miahit~~ Ii~~tt I I
d::ys :00. v, h h ti e in
caI id 14. u: into North Carolina, 111)
thrughtha nu inliltns n' ry,'v aInd
I Bas surlprised to Set, such fine( roads.
I' --I-" a plea.--ur III ride in lr orIn.'
c'm'l .ele ." il troils en i y i olle
r. :e In if no: 1;1( w !es inl th -. ,a e
lu;n - a b1iette road. \\e veyofnl --ee
S . It.\\ il i lronI . .... wilh hi Ihm -
n tt, V0.16 fraon hli- hftnla :0
u1sw,.. wo lr
jne h -:f r himn talkiut:. ahonl
he ha don v lie l t yollug Ital
w I w11:11ord..1
Sthe food it nee
It is the :
this y ear that
ue of cotton wi
There is a
is ur'ging the; c<
hoping that th
It feels that it
to do their ful
8:00-Sermoon by J. I. 'Williams.
I 1: ttl-Sunlday School Talk, by Toy A.
11:1.5--"-flow Should One Teach the
Sunday School Lesson? T. B. Riddle
and .. Rt. Williams.
1l:30--Missionary Sermon. Geo. L.
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* MONhT'(w)MEl NEWS. *
10noree. Rote 2. 'March 2.--The In
terdenominational Sunday School Con
vention, of Cross Ane.ior township,
will be held at Yarborough's Chap
el .\lethodist Protestant h uircl. niear
Cross Anchor, cn the first Sunday in
April. It will be an all-day session.
and there will be some prominent.
speakers on the program. The follow
ing committe was allointed to ar
r-u::e thie malusiC. Miss 1,11 Yarbor
oigh, .\Mrs. 1. 1:. Yarborough. - .rs.
('ox and Messs. I awrelice Poole and
Th lon:bnwry ,-nlitlhas j.ust
closed onle of its inost successful teris.
Tim1 wchool hias made ine pl-ogress
11nd11r Ile abb11 mat ii.iiiu i m n of lis
.\rs. R. G. \\autson spent ''l 1 Th udy
vitli Mrs. Dan Poole.
Nilr. .ilulianl \\atson. who has had a
ro :! 1 .1: 0!..- Sta'., !lospital, inl Co
.h returned houw1 anld w ill
n- . : arini lg this year.
. -. a int .\ i:.. i ta n 1'oole ai i family
-ist wek-enid with the hatter's
0a rn O. .\i r. an Ma .\Nirs. C. It. Holtoi , of
.N; . .\. .\. Watsoin wa. a busiless
fisitor to Spuwartaihourg lriday.
Air. L. E, Yarborough has returnediei
from a weeks visit i n her sister. lr:;.
L-it t ljoh n,. of .llnesville.
.Mr. and .\l-s. i). 11. Ileatonl spent
Suniiday i with their sol, . .\. W. llea
The bridge on Cedalr Shoals Creek,
,wmX()uhw s of, Cross .\nchor.,
nllenlly vollaplsed one day last week,
.\ 110:tll of n111l4., and a ne(gr~o driver
beloniigyl to Nir. \\illiant .i-llaid, w.a
oi the bridge and had just ahuuii
gailled a (cess to the Wthir side wher
a ,I in. 1-on m ey there wa's no
damale chan to t team or thel dlriv.
0r. The 1ubli is L relyl illconi vel.
ionced by tile loss of this bridge' as 1l
i.al:ni three iles to the lowel
) t : l near lusgrove mill. We hop
.l1 have the bhridge puit back at an e-arl:
1J~ this year. So~ ma
age, along with the(
oover, the Food! Adr
d for our boys in Frn
a men of the South I
ecured first, and tha
sent labor conditions
urse; but it needs for
d there can be no vi,
lion that the South, I
ry available acre thi:
hrough Secretary H
>do this. The leadii
11lheed the appeal of
iange believes that t
call the attention of
erica to win the war
'ON AND LESS F(
"FOOD AND FEEI
burg bar, was down a few days back,
Mrs. lPliza Fuller is able to be up
Mr. and Mis. j. T. A. Hallew spent
today witl Air. aid Airs. 13. A. Whar
toil aid childreni, of Cross 1-1111. They
state that Mr. Wharton is a very sick
man. We trust that his life will be
spared that he can be with his family
for years to come.
Sufyer lerriblily with corns becatuse of
high heels, but why care nOW.
Women wear high heels which
litkle up their toes and they suffer
i elribly from corIs. Women then Iro
ceed to t111 these pests, seeking relief.
Iu they hardly realize the terible
inlger froiln ilfecliol, says a ('inn
'ori n Is In easily be lifted out Wilh
Iie tintgers if you will get from any
dru' store it 11 arter of att ounce of a
irua called ftevzone. Thi.' is sulli
ci ent to reinove every hari ' soft corin
or vellutis froinl nle's f , . Yout simply
fewa t (w dis rectly t1pon the
tender, aclting -Ilt or callits. The
scren ss tS relie ed at on1ce aid soont
in nieCorni or. enllus, root aml all,
! i :l w itlhotut onle particle of pain.
Thi.; fre1o ne~ is; a.1 cysu sac
v i dr!.;s inl a.1 n n. tjs
shaesup the corn1 without inlalming
(,r 'Ven) . ir illtg till sIrroilidniig lisi
sue 0: skin. Tell your wife abollt
9 0 6 ' * *~
V ru I-a; I: of It ion I I ting of ir"st
I ivision of thew I ltuenls A.ssociat iol to
meet withi Lucas Avenull Baptist
i' a e \VI,., atts \lills, (n Saturthl- y anld
:'uil~a. .l :nth and :llst.
10: A. I.---DevotionIal Service.
1 '; Oranzat ion, VltrolImlm n I 1
l:11nn Quelrry " Wh11 a ll ho b done t<
,t the Dlegalt's to Att mild 1ihe l'n
. in " (1 1. 'ox aI W
Whan " t (ood is . a l'ion .eit
nt:?"T Geo. L. llopkinls and T. Il
12:00 --Wy Shonl very ('hinel
%I1-' ila o \i ot n thc i-'ibl,
SReess, for dinnelr.
i ll i h War.
Hopki ''('Iii an ant. W iliaiml. .
vi : Sh1 uh I "iv 111i Yen
tl na must feed her'
Houston anid Mr. H
ds for itself, but foo
dgment of the cottoi
food acreage be s
gathered under pre
needs cotton, of CO
11 be. Without foo
n order to plant eve
rnment---not only t
ttbn growers not t(
e cotton growers wi
-leston Cotton Exci
is only necessary to
I duty in aiding Am
ANT MORE COTl1
Let the Slogan be:
*OSS HILL NEWS. *
Cross 11111, March 25.-4)uring the
last two weeks the two millinery
stores have been quite busy with the
spring openings. Last week the mil
linery department of Leaman & Co.,
under the management of Mrs. J. C.
Carter, presented their display of
headwear on Frid-ty and Saturday.
fl'he week before the opening was at
tracting the crowds to the ladles' store
of the Misses Rudd. These are inter
esting (lays for ,the ladies when all
'get out to see the new styles and make
an early choice.
Mr. and Mrs. S. .1. b. Crouch, who
are in the missionary work in North
ern Africa, reached Crdss 11111 Thurs
day and are now with the latter's par,
ents,. Mr. and 'Mrs. R. A. Austin. They
are in this country .ror a while be
cause of Mr. Crouch's falliig health.
Th'ley left lcgypt sonmetIie ini Novem
ber and eanie by way of China, .lapani,
anlid aerou's 11lie Pacille to avoil the
dangers of tile abominable submarines.
I,ieit. ii ugh ii. Fuller, who was
ilarriedi lere last Wedntesday mornl g
Ito .liss Iliianche Pinson, has ret u rned
with hli; bride to Camp 'leaui regard,
A le.ander, 2a., where lie repotted for
ItI y this morning. They carry willh
tliei the coiigratuilatiois of many
friend inl Cross Hill wihere they will
be m missed.
.\Mr. William Watts Wharton. who
ims riweenlly been appoililed posilas
Icr :t this 11lace. vic' It. C. Crisp. re
sigined. will take up his work iext
wk. .\Mr. Crisp retIres aft'r a long
ia t n satisfilctory service.
Ili). C. P. Seumr-Y was ca lled to re
port at Washington last Wednesday
for dity in tie iiiedieal corps. Ile left
Miss Evelyn Dew. ono of the teach
ers at Cro.ss Anclor, is spending sev
eraul week here with her sister. Mrs
1('. K. Smith.
-;. . . i lugh of G r('elnwood was
hcer a few d((ays last week looking af
ter li hsbanId's busi ness.
' \lis. vie Wheeler of Newherr.
:-pIt a few days last week witi liel
rl* nd .\liss Willijo Ausiin.
leasrs. 1,l 'liriier aid Willio (
!Wrisp of Athinia., ar, visitintr theli
1114MO peflople here.
1i:. and Mrs. Athens llallew spen
'anday ' with the lat ter's brotlier. .\it
H. .\. Whartn.11
\lr .Z. 1 f;sie tirid elt of 'Chiarlesto'
were witih her mootivri. Mrs. Eva Iill
on ;I ten-days' visit.
\rs. W. 11. liarcdini of .ownsvilh
at every other Sout
>ther Cotton Exchan
sinistrator, in appeal
mnce and for Ameri
hat the interests of
t then such acreage
led on by 30-cent cc
a year in cotton.
>uston, but through
rig Cotton Exchange
the Government at
hi tecourse of j
the planters to 80 ir
)STUFFS FULL A]
with her little son, visited her sister,
Mrs. W. U. Griffin, several days last
Miss Janie Griflin, who is teaching
at Westminster, spent the week-end
with her parents.
GIRLS! GIRLS! TRY IT!
SrOP DANDRUFF AND
BEAUTIFY YOUR HAIR
hlair stops falUng out and gets thick,
wavy,.strong and beautifutf.
Your hair becomes light, wavy, fluffy,
abundaint and appears as soft, lustrous
and beautiful as a young girl's after
a "Danderine hair cleanse." Just try
this-moisten a cloth with a little
WDanderine Iaid carefully draw it
through you hair, taking one small
strand at a Imo. This wi' cleanse
the hair of d st, dirt an( eessive oil
and In llust , few nio nts you have
doubled the cauty your hair.
llesides he utif ' g the hair at once,
Danderine 1 's 'es every particle of
dandruff; cl nseS purifles and Ina
vigorates the scalp, forever stopping
Itching and falling hair.
But what will please you most will
he after a few weeks' use 'when you
will atunally see new hair-tine and
downy at first-yes-hut really nlew
hair growing all over the seal t. If
you eare for wretty, sort hair and lots
of it, surely get a small hottle of
know Iton's annderiie from any drug
0ist or toilet coultier for a few ent.v;
* * * ** * .* *'~ - -*t* ** * *
M . I tihel, .\larclh 25.- r. and .\Its.
I.. it. etiner of Coltmbia, visitcd
heir tinrents, Mri. and Mirs. W. L.
P.t one last week.
M.\rs. M +,. Alorrison has retui rnt'd
frot a visit in Williamston.
\lr. . '. Cooi and daught I ers. Miss
es E1thel and Agnes. were shopping liIn
I airens last week.
'Mr. .1. l. Carlisle and family mo
tored to Tigersvilie Sunday.
Mr. .iereiahiI Stone and (d(laughter
FelleIa, were in Laurens Thursday.
Prof. 1L. C. Taylor was a business
visitor in laauirens Tuesday.
liss L ueile .\ledloek spent. tla
w ek-eid wiith . 1. i . 11 allentine.
.\tir. . C. Killingswortla visited lih
. rolther. Mr. C. W. Kill ingsworlt S,
lMr. A. W. Sharpe made a fying tril
ao Grmenville Satiuday afternioon.
. r. and Ilrb. I rhy lenley of Foun
tain 1aun, are visiting Mr. 'J. It. lien
-I. N. i. Wood has puirchased a te\
her r\1olet car.
\Ir. . C. Cook and daughter, Agnes
ges of the South, joi
ling to the South to
:a 's Allies in the Gre
the'South and of tl
should be planted ir
victory, no man can
>tton, is on the verge
Mr. Hoover and Sec
s of the South have
atriotism and of sou
nportant a question
RE FOOD AND LI
ND RUNNING OVI
made a flying trip to Wllasntoll last
Miss Corrie Moore is a retired pu- .P
pI1 of Mt. Bethel school.
There will be preaching at Mt.
Bethel church on the ilfth Sunday at
11:30 a. im.
Mi. A. K. Hughes' child, which has
been seriously ill with pneumonia, is
The farmers arc anxious to begin
planting corn--the moon fulls 0n the
MOTHER! GIVE CHILD
"SYRUP OF FIGS" IF
TONGUE IS COATED
if cross feveris'h, sick Alliousi, clean
little liver and bowels. .,r
Children love hill "fruit laxative,
and nothing else cleanses the tender
stomach, liver and bowels so nicely.
A child simply will not stop play
jug to empty the h)owels, and the result
is, they become tightly clogge(l with
waste, liver gets sluggish, stomach
sobr, Ilen you. little one becomes
cross, hal f-se , reverisl, don't eat,
sleep or or -t naturally, breath is
bad, system ill of ((old, has s0e
throat, stoilw eh-ach e or, dial'rhovi , 14s
!ten. Molher ! See if Angue is coated,
then give teasp ifuil of "California
or el'r Igs" id in a few hours all
. cl s lir .1 s t . sour bile and
11digest Food passes out of the sys
!n. ial you lave a1 well. playful child
I .lillions of mnothers give "California
'4vruo1p of I"igs". beeause it is perfectly
haleiss; childrn love it and it nieverI
fail; it) act on the l;Iomaeh, liver and
A your driggist for a bottle of
" k lifornia Syrup ofi..ligs", wich( hni
roll diiection1s for, habies, clilidren of
all an(d for. grown'-ulps plainly
printed onl I he bottle. Ilewnre of coun
terfeits sold here. Get tile genuine,
lia(le by "Californii lig Syrup Com
I panly." Iefuse anly oth(er kind withli
CON 'l'THM'I'S NOT Pi1tOVE).
'ihle food administration 1announces
tIiht they (o ont approve or the (con
tracts that supply wheat withouti sub
silutes, and that the promise to buy
I su8bstit uies should not be ecepted, but
that they should actiually he bought.
If Ihere are aly sections in the
State that1i are not u:;l pplied vith flouri,
thIlie 10o1 ai niistration mayb able
to sukipply all over-plus of floir whlerv
thIere' I i d alr'thI of it.
Inl Ot sam11e way collnl.em''S that.
are nlot Supplied with Iris). iot Itoes at
-a reisoable price enni he 11111 in tonh
with wholesale dealers w'ho uIl 111
ply tlieim at $2.5-)0 to $2.50 p10r huil-dre(d
'weilit f. ). b. Coll bllia, or $3.60 to
$:.75 per bag orif oiundired and iftN
ullpound(s. uipoll r(quest.
as with Secretary
produce not only
le nation require
cotton as can be
say what the val-.
of saCrifCing its
gone on record as
nd business sense.
in order for them