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Discovery of Prettj
Savannah, Feb. 28.-Thoughts of
standing on the wharf in lilverpool
and seeing her husband, an American
boy, sail to the United States without
her, did not offer much contentment
for Mrs. Jessie Mailgaret Ehiy, a pret
ty little British girl. So in the quiet
hours of night, just before the freight
er Coldbrook, on 'which Mr. Ehly was
a carpeniter, steanied for Savannah,
she climbed on board and hid herself
away. It was not until the steamer
had been six days at sea that she was
discovered by the officers. She did not
find much embarrassment in 'being
-chssiiied its a stowaway, nor did it
cause her any great inconvenience
and now% she is characterized as an
American citizen, having been given
liberty to step proudly upon the shores
of her husband's native land, after the
immigration olicials in 8avannalh
were assured of her right to admis
luring the war Walter C. Ehiley
was a carpenter in the Inited States
navy and it was in September, 1918,
while he was in London on a fur
lough that he first met Miss .lessie
Alargaret Lock, who was engaiged in
war munitions work and four hiours
(,-ell day was serving meals to the
soidiers at a Canadian hnt(. It was
three days later that Miss Lock was
persuaded to attend dinner and visit
the theater with Mr. Ebly. and he af
terwards returned to duty i France
and did not see his sweetheart until
Christmas, when he again went to
London, this time staying three days
longer than )is leave of absence per
tiitted, and which resulted in his rat
ing being lowered from a first to see
ond class carpenter upon his reap
pearance for duty.
In March, 1919. Ehly was given an
honorable discharge from service at
Miami. Fla., and immediately decided
to return to England in quest of the
girl lie had left Iehind. le fell upon
the plan of securing employmenLt oil a
steamer and in November last year,
sailed from Philadelphia. h.; home, on
board the steamer Ckoldbrook. While
the Fteamer was il Liverpool lhe went
to London, with. the lope of mneetilg
.Miss Lock, but in the mneantimie she
Colds Cause Grip and Influenza
LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablets removo thC
cause. There is only one "Dromo Quinine.'
E. W. GROVE'S signature on box. 30c.
To See Ther
Of course you'll
over your dress--they
time winter. coats are
falls again. VeyS
Frocks that conta
season that inspired ti
frock of crisp taffeta c
gette with taffeta and
wemen who seek disi i
atty War Romance
had changed her address, .and he was
unable to locate her. Somewhat disap
pointed, but still determined to win,
he made his way back to Liverpool
and found Miss Lock had sent her ad
dress to him there.
Hier home was at Nottingham, and
Instead of Elily going there Miss Lock
came to Liverpool and later both went
to Nottingham to bid Miss Lock's )ar
ents good-bye. Mr. and Mrs. Ehly
stated that after their marriage In
England, Miss dhly had Intended to
come to the United States on a passen
ger liner, but on account of being
unable to secure a berth for imme
diate opassage, Mrs. Ehly said she de
cided to stow away on the same ves
sel with which her husband was sail
'INo one was more surprised than I
when my wife was discovered on board
the Coldbrook six days out from Liv
er)ool, declared Mr. Ehly, Mr. Ehly
was born in Reading, Pa., but his pres
ent home is at Philadelphia and he
expects to return tiere with his bride.
Mirs. Ihily is 22 years old and very at
tractive. She made a favorable im
pressionl on tile ollicers who Conduct
eli the investigation ipon her arrival
in this port.
Miss i'hly has never been to the
'nited States before, but said she be
lieves she will ilnd this country very
interesting, especially since It Is her
husband's native land. She seemed to
be very anxiohs to go to Phiiladelpha,
where they expect to make their home
and where Mr. Ehly was engaged as a
carpenter before leaving for England.
irs. Ehly said she was given courte
oils ti'eatnient after being found on
board the steamer Coldbrook, one of
the oilicers giving up his r'oomli for her
Capt. James Deal, of Charleston, is
niaster of the S. S. Coldbrook.
Little Evit was livited oit to dinner
wit hi her father anid mother. Before
starting, her parenits mle her uider
stai ihal t she imIst not speak unless
spl(' -n to. All went wlit first, but
at n oe t0ime, 11o toice being Ink
en ' her, Eva begian to get uniiensy.
10''1nn11y, thle hostess, seeing that Somne
tIhing was wrong, asked her. wh~at sh-1
wonld like next. "I woui likie to hanvo
you hegiin to Isk Imie q(1estiolls!" a' 1.11
tile polite 1 r ply.
ng Sport Coats
ai is to Want One
vant a Sport Coat to slip
ire indispensable from the
discarded until the snow
$35.00, $50.00 up.
nart Spring Fr
in the secret of Youth and B4
1em. Taffeta Frocks---piquar
an be. Frocks of georgette,
crepe-de-chine, models that
rction in dress. Prices from
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Sulphur Springs, March 1.-We are
having quite an abundance of rain and
the farmers are getting a bit nervous
as to the outcome of the farm. While
there will not be as much cotton
planted here this year as last, If the
weather permits there will be more
March corn planted than has been in
several years, as everyone seems to be
determined to raise enough corn to
do them and then some.
There has been quite an epidemic
of mumps in this community and soei
of the younger set have the whooping
Mrs. Bessie Finley has been on the
sick list the past -week, but is some
better, we are glad to report.
Mr. Jones Miller, of Center Point,
visited Mr. J. W. Cannon's family Sun
Messrs. W. D. MoPherson and Joe
Saxon -were business visitors in Lau
rens Saturday, and while there took
In the movies.
In the passing away on last Tues
(lay of out friend and neighbor, W.
C. Moore, better known as Willie
Moore, the family lost a kind husband
and indulgent father, the neighbor
0ood a good citizen, the Cent&r Point
school all cilicient trustee. We sym
pathize very deeply with the bereaved
Mr. F. W. Hluzhardt, of Ware Shoals
was a welcome visitor in our midst
Mrs. Sue Teague who has been sick
for sometime, is some better, but does
not improve as fast as her many
friends would like to see.
Miss Annie MoPherson, who is at
tending school at Laurens, was a
week-end visitor to homefolks.
Mr. W. I,. Jones went over In Green
wood county Saturday on business and
reports the roads in bad condition.
Misses Sarah and Edina Mc'Pherson
visited their coutsin, Miss Dellah Mc
i'herson, Saturday afternoon.
-Mr. Gilmore Watson, of Cross An
chor, came down for tile funeral and
burial of W. C. Moore.
Mr. CVlaud Finley visited Ills father,
Capta'n Jolh R. 1inley, of Maddell
Stat ion. Sunday, who is not in as good
health :s his friends would like to sec
Mr. 3. '. PIerce, of AWaterloo, wat
in out community last week looking
;tfter his farming interests.
Patrons and trustees of Mt. Pleas
ant school district met with the tru's.
tees and patrons of Mountville No.
You'll be delighted
extremely high quality
1 lot Georgette VW
and Muxe, worth $7.50
sauty--as beautiful as the
it and youthful as only a
and combinations of geor
vill at once be favored by
to consider the- advisability of consol
idating the two schools and locating
a central high school at or near Cold
Point. After discussing the matter
with Mountville No. 6, Mt. Pelasant de
cided to vote an extra 4 mills tax and
have a three-teacher, 7-months school
at Mt. Pleasant and not consolidate.
Superintendent of Education Wil
son and Mr. Lawrence Taylor, of
.Princeton, attended the school meet
ing at Mt. Pleasant last Friday, Mr.
Wilson inaking a very interesting talk
on the 'consolidation of schools.
We were very much grieved to hear
of the death of our cousin, Mrs. Min
tie Thomupson, of Greenwood, on last
Tuesday. She leaves, besides her hus
band; two small children. 'She was
1lias Minnie 'Carter before her mar
riage, and has a host of friends in the g
Mt. Gallagher noighiborhood, whe're
she was reared.
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With a little thoughtfulness and
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The prettiest Suits,
Lt would lend dignity
ong language, but no
ring line of goods no'
snt two weeks in hun
pst choice styles and f
the North and East.
with, the styles here, the
,and also the very rea
- This Week
raist, Flesh, White, Navy
This lot goes for only
We have made a a
moderate prices which
imported models. Aft<
say that we have seccee
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GOODYEAR HEAVY 'OURIST TUBES
ING DAILY AT
the handsomest Dresses and Coats
to the wardrobe of a queen--pretty
t a bit too strong for this beautiful
w being assembled at Switzer's.
personally by our own buyer, who
ting out and personally selecting the
abrics in the great market centers
New Springtime Suits
Modishly tailored with custom tailored similitude.
deftly treated and handsomely embroidered and
trimmed. Suits of elegance, man-tailored in se.
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$27.50, $36.00 $45.00 $50.00, $65.00 up
re Models in Millinery 1
pecial effort this season to procure Hats at
are equal in appearance to much higher priced
-r you have seen this remarkable group you will