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* O~CROSS 111LL NEWS.
Cross 11111, April 28.-Itev. W. P.
Turner, who has been in failing health
for a few years, has been right sick
the last two -weeks and is still unable
to be up. le is suffering from blood
)ressure and his physician advises
that he keep his bed a few more weeks
as lie is rather weak yet. Illis many
friends here and throughout the county
wish and hope for him a speedy and
complete restoration to former good
Miss Mary Pool, who has made her
home here with her grandmother for a
few years, was recently married to
Mr. John liaffner of Chester. The mar
ringe took place at Greenwood at the
home of the bride's uncle, .1r. James
Spearman. The happy couple came
over from Chester Sunday to see the
bride's grandmother, 'Mrs. W. B. Fuil
ler. iMrs. liaffner is a fine young lady
and during her sojourn in Cross l1ll
endeared herself greatly to all with
whom she associated. All these are
happy In hearty congratulatIons. Mr.
Haffner is a promising young man en
gaged in railroading with headquar
ters at Chester.
Lieut. Henry G. 'Culbertson, who has
been in the iwar service as transport
quartermaster since early last. fall with
headquarters at Baltimore, received an
honorable discharge Saturday and Is
expected home this afternoon.
Mr. 'Rufus F. Walker and family
went down to Cha'ppells Sunday to
visit their relatives, the daughters of
the late Mr. James Dukes, 'who are
making their home for the present at
Mr. Joe A. Guthrie, agent and opera
tor at this place, his son James, who
holds a similar position at Whitmire,
and their wives are off for a few days'
excursion to Washington, D. C. and
other intervening places.
Rev. J. G. .Wilson and 'Mr. A. M. Hill
went to Fairview church near Kinards
Sunday where the former presented
'the cause of education and filled the
Tegular appointment of Pastor D. W.
Mrs. lary Robertson andl her sis
ter, Airs. Corrine Boyd are off on a few
days' visit to their sister, 'Mrs. Belle
Poore at Williamston.
Private Henry Smith who has seen
Calotabs, the Perfected
the Liver Right Without
tha Slightest Nausea or
Feel meain. look yellow? Your Iiv~er
is out. of fix! The poisonous hile is
being retained in your system. You
say I know calome*l will set mec
striaightt, but 1 inikmle to takei ('alomeill.
Why niot try ('alotabis, the iuitiedi
(enlOmelt' that is as detlight ful to take
ais it is beneleial in cleansing the liv
er,. and pur ifyinig tihe system? ('alo
tabls give you1 all oft the(-valuale' tmedle
tirely freed fr'om the unpIilasant andi
ltme with it 'swallow~ of' wal''r. that's
no taltt Yosuik upt in the '9norn-a I
ins efelin ln.1 ' t s W it a la i ve and
a ea'yapet' e I' a ha o
hilOns h -Ai. UOLLIANDh, a
oreenwn oo ianhao r ron -
To largetdealed tm meusIcl instun
mas in" Wtrnath Caro Wllin' Ils
paits selirhlye wito 'aoans (an)
aewing machines. Reference: The
Blank of Greenwood tho oldest andi
etrongest Blank in dreenwood County,
service on the firing line of France,
has many interesting experiences to
relate of modern warfare.
'Lt. Wn. Erakine Ttrner has gone to
Denver, Col., where his older brother
is engaged in business, to accept em
ployment in that mountain city.
'Mr. W. A. Workinan, who has been
right sick for ten days, is rapidly Im
The cool, dry oweather is retarding
the coming-up of cotton, but farmers
are securing fairly good stands in some
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MUSGROVE NEWS. *
'Musgrove, April 28.--rhe farmers
have about finished planting their
crops and are looking forward for a
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Anderson and
family were spend-the-day guests of
Mr. Johnny Adair.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. 'Myers spent
Sunday with Mir. and 'irs. C. R. Cooper.
B3orn to Mr. and Mrs. Olen J. Bolt
a daughter, Dorothy Elizabeth.
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Glenn spent Sun
(lay afternoon :with Mrs. Lucy Glenn.
We are glad to know that Miss Eva
Bolt is improving and will soon be
back at her work.
.1Messrs. Pierce, Vernon, W. M. and
.James 'Myers and Miss Ruth Myers
spent the week-end with MNrs. J. E.
Tinsley at Spartanburg.
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Trammell and
family visited the latter's .parents, 'Mr.
an(d .frs. Prince, Sunday.
Mrs.'C. R. Cooper and Mrs. M. 0.
Clark spent Saturday afternoon with
Mrs. 0. J. Bolt.
Mrs. E. T. Woodruff and children
visited 'Mrs. C. C. Davis Sunday.
'Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Owens and family
visited 'Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Chaney re
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bramlett and
son, William, and Mr. E. Bramlett were
the recent guests at the Bolt house.
Mrs. R. B. Glenn has been on the
sick list for several days and is im
Mr. and Mrs. W. 'm. M1yers and Miss
es Ruth AMyers, Ruth and Ethel Bolt
and James .Myers went fishing Friday
afternoon and one fish was caught by
Miss Ethel Bolt.
Griffith Romance Well Conceived.
D. W. Griffith's magnificent svpecta
cle, "llearts of the World," about
which so much has been heard here
and of which so much has been -writ
ten, will be the special attraction for
a v(ry limited engagement at the
Opera House two (lays, May 5th an(
6th, matinee and night.
The coming of peace makes partic
u laily timely this tremendous histori
cal dociilent of Mr. Griflith's. The
ending of the great struggle in Europe
adds a peculiar interest to the data col
lected by the famous producer (luring
the long months lie worked amid the
din anld death of hattle to bring back
to lhe Amnericenn people a r'omuantic
story woven about the s)lenid ( people
of France; their great love, their light
laughter, thelir hopes andl featrs, the
hiereic fort ituide or the women, the
glory of the men of battle.
It wo'uld( seeml impossi le thiat any
man4 4. ho(wve ab'le 41)4, couild have visited
wari-Ior Fm1ranace and1( brought hack
anythiung save the scenes of struggle
anad the awfuli devastation that follow
44d. it is ti-efeore atll thle moreI'4 re
markable4414 antd ani added4(i tibte to t his
nekno444w I~e dramat41 4414IC genuills that his
"I b-arts of I l4- Wor1'ld" shou41ld be4 d4
4 r 4 i bl. Mr. (b 1iit h44:ts 114 us i th w rb
war4 no-rely as th a'4ckgrdound fol '4r a4
-i'V as- ronn1ainli' and4 b4eau4tiful as
n:1 V ai. 'ii J l" and) with a\ much-S414
.4 hi'.r and) 1oa whob44 1 ome2
e1- 1'I 4 4'ly. In I7- h is report
n 441od4 ion 4 made141, in I-'r:' 4e4'
nt it h:1 bown" to th ii' .\merican.41
be 4 V of1 I- ' nw 1 14h' mu44.ie
4 t 4 ~.le 4h - ill 4 > h41j4 r wal41 1147
44 iiiu 4'44 rie a4'1'; 4o).
i pe lallt for' "Ilart 41iof the4 WorbIl",'
from' 4.au4lical 4'rities, both11 for4 the4 beau-1
in 41 w i(ch it ilts (4vet'4 y cene4 and4( ac4tion4
or th~e produic4(tion.
The Strong Withstand the Winter
Cold Better Thuan the \Veak
You must have IHealth, Strength and En
durance to fight Colds, Grip and Influenza.
When your blood is not in a healthy
condition anid dloes niot circulate properly,
y our system is unable to withstand the
GROVE'S TASTELE3SS Chill TONIC
Fortifies the System Against Colds, Grip
arid Influenza b)y Purifying and Enriching
It contains the well-known tonic prop
erties of Quinine and Iron in a form
acceptable to the most delicate stomach,
and is pleasant to take. You can soon feel
its $trengthenlnd. Invigoratind Effect. O0c.
Card of Thanks. eetig of Jjureis Lodge.
We wish to thank the many friends A special mecting of Laurens LodgD
who so kindly helped us during the No. 260, A. F. M. Is called for rurs- L A r
sickness and death of our dear hus- day night, May , at 8:30 o'clock, when
band and father, 'Mr. Albert Oscar 1l- the Ml . --. (egree will be conforred. GRADUA TE
more, who left us and entered the life Members are urged to attend and all VETERINARY SURGEON & DENTIST
Beyond on April 23rd. May God's rich- brothr Masons re Invited. Service Day and Night
est blessing rest on ee and every By order:
one.0, ). M. oi lood, W. . Charges Reasonable
Wife and Children. g. L. Taylor, Sety. Will Appreciate Your Patronage.
- Telephones: Residence 201; Office 45
The First Office at Posey's Drug Store.
t lef re u ta aO aOY YOUR EASTER RIDE
Entirely Free from
Gave ~atarote Somci RPI~ iIt will be necessary to have your car
ye Catarrlifo the StomachREAKN
Piun asPsiiel on in good order. To Insure Its being hi)
Relief l good condition bring your auto to our
Recompe=1eaavtobeanetme andeag a
Ternreds beort e tof bedun shop and have us remedy any defects
relief and while I always
so D It in the house for emerr. tht may exit and put your car Into
onsiSer myself entrely r goo running order. Such precaution
ro eCatarhr of ghe Rtoman,
Wlrfor o from whiPh I uft on youi
WOffic at Pylong before taking
this remedy." the car and yourself. Safety first!
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goodds, cnio briNext to Wilkes & Co.
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