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1* ' CROSS HILL NEWS.
Cross 1111, May 17.-These are the
folks 'who boarded the (Washington
Special at Cross 11111 last Tuesday at
ternoon and are in'Vashington attend
In-g the Southern Baptist Convention:
Rev. and Mrs. John G. Wilson, NIrs.
IWatson, Mrs. Wilson's mother, 'Mr. and
Mrs. Luther Di. Martin, Mrs. Bige Lea
man, Mirs. W. C. Rasor, and Mr. J. C.
Miller. This delegation is ex)ected to
Coughs, Sore Tiroat, La Griple, Flu.
Sootne-l the Aching, FeverisIt feeling.
Loosons the Phlegm--Clears tho Head
tand C'ost . i ur Druggist's.
"YES" OR "NO"
Folks' With Thmn, 1al ' ooi Hiesi
SiOLD TAIE PETO-MAN(AN.
Red-blooded Mien and Women Kinow
What They Want t4) Do
and Do It.
If liaybie you are Just recovering
*from a sick spell-or may be yourm sys
tem is run down and your blood so
weak that you are in a poor shape to
'hut If you don't feel and look robuwt
you are not robust. Such state Is of
ten due to weak blood, not enough red
-blood clls. a condition known as an
The best remedy for anemia (blood
lessness) with its low mental and
physical vigor Is G(ude's Pepto-AMan
Pepto-Mangan supplies the weak,
watery blood with the very elements ;t
needs to put new life Into it. It re
pairs, re-creates, and re.builds the ex
austed blood, the vital fluid of health
and life. Try Pcpto-Mangan if you are
"run-down." It cannot 'harm you--it
will certainly help you unless you have
some deep-seated chronic disease re
(uiring the physilcian's care. le sure
the name "Gude's" is on the package.
Without "Gude's" It Is not Pepto-Man
'gan. For sale at all druggists.-Ad
roturn -Wednesday of this week.
Shortly after the return of Mr. and
Mrs. 'P. .S. Pinson from Hot Springs,
Ark., with a splendid report of the
healing qualities of bhose waters, the
following gentlemen .set out for the
same place, seeking better health: Dr.
John IH-. .Miller, 'Messrs. E. B. Pinson,
J. Walter .Simmons, and Eugene Hlol
Last Saturday Mrs. iW. E. Griflin and
her daughter, Mrs. fielen 'Boyce, left
for Due West to visit Mrs. Loner, Mrs.
Griflin's mother, for a few days.
We were very glad indeed to see in
our town one day last week, Mrs. Lon
nie Lee Mchwain of Columbia and
.Ilrs. Connie 'Itryce of Clinton. They
stopped over here a short while to see
thel'r sister, 'Mrs. Mary 111pp. They
left Saturday for Greenwood to visit
another sister. These are former citi
zens of Cross 11111 aid are always wel
COIIC among 0 'or people.
-. ir. and Mrs. 'llenry U. Culbert son
and Msr.11. It. Fuller anid 10". A.
Adams attended the ball game Friday
at Grieenville bet weeni Fulu ina and
Geor'gia Tech. On their returin!i they
brought With them M Nir. Simllion l'in
sol of Furman and .\liss Sarah 'inson
of a. W. C., who spent the week-en'
If the sayings of Madam llumor' can
be relied upon there wil 'be several
marriages in this burg before the sum
mIer solstice 'presses high the weathir
man's mercury. 13e prepared for any
sUrIpises for this year of 1920 may
record events unexpected, even outside
If all the cars we saw last Sunday
"a-gwine and a-comin'" were bound
for religious service, the chuIrches Cv
erywhere, black and white, must have
bieen crowded to overflow. The itemized
statistics of last Sabbath would he in
-teresting, to say the .least. The -Who,
W0here, and What of One Sabbath W[ay,
would make a large book.
The sudden death of "Aunt Kate"
ilas east a pall of sorrow 'over every
community in which she was known.
She wiil be greatly missed not only In
lier immediate family and community
circle but over the entire county. An
interesting writer, a useful citizen, a
devoted Christian, has gone.
A happy halt for a cooling treat
Delicate. flavor - relief from
thirst-with snap and tartness
that braces and freshens like
the morning breeze. Made by
the exclusive Ward process
from fruit oil pressed from
freshly-picked lemons, pure
sugar and citric acid (the natu
ral acid of the lemon).
Lemon-Crush and its companion
drink, Orange-Crush, are always de
pendable fi r highest quality, purity
in bottles or at fountains
gpud by Orono.-Crush Co., Chicago
L-boratorys Los Angelis
Botfiled in Laurens by
COA COLA BOTTLING CO.
5yjw, if**bo %*tr lQrgV.f
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WATTS MILLS NEWS.
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'Watts Mills, May 17.-On Friday,
M1ay 14th, Mr. -Luther .Babb and Miss
Leuia 4Rector, 'both of ihis pliaei, wteie
united In marriage mt the residence of
and by Rev. W. ID. j. Baldwin, Clin
ton. The couple are well known here
and tileir friends extend to them
their hearty congratultions.
On Mionday morning the death Angel
visited the home of Mr. and N1rs. It. A.
Gillespie and claimed their oldest
child, lcile, aged 5 years, after only
a few days of severe Illness. The fun
eral service will be held here tomor
row. In this sad bereavement the
family have the deepest sympathy of
their many frienlds.
'Mr. C. II. loper tilled the pulpit here
oil SunIlday morning.
Rev. Mr. John son begai a series of
meetings here on Sun1Iiday Iight and
w%.ill contilnue during the week.
Itev. If. Ilaydock reit IIrined l)omue on
,u-niiday p. m1. from Washington where
Ie atte'ed the Souithern liaptist coI
IRev. .\! r. Iaydock Ire llgned is pas
torate here some weeks ago and has
neeeipted a lel'd of work in UnIon. ie
will m1ove his family there in a few
weeksI. lev. T.', I. Roach, of Rock 11111.
has been called to this Hllid and also
to Second Church of Laurens.
Our Haptist folks are very much en
couraged over the thought of having
a new Ni chrIch. 'We hope to begin work
at a very early date.
'irs. Ada 'Laurence, of Greenville,
has been spending a while WithlI her
mother, Mrs. Kirby, of this place.
If a Money Settleimenl-Exact and
'Writing to the "Committee for Aid
to Disabled Veterans and ileferendumi
on lionus," United States Senator Car
ter Glass thinks "the government of
the United States should take an at
tituide of the uitmost generosity to
ward every soldier who was wounded,
or whose health was impaired by rea
son of his services in the war, and
toward the dependents of those brave
boys who lost their lives in the serv
Ice of their country. Biut, In these
vtraordinary times, when the great
est tax burden inl the history of the
world Is being borne by the .people
I the UInited States, I am utterly
opposed to increasing this burden to
provide a bonus for able-bodied men."
With these suggestions in respect
of the treatment dile other than able
boded veterans difference of opinion
in the United States scarcely exists.
Agreement Is unanimous that the men
who suffered injury in the world war
should be cared for liberally.
Nor would The State object to pay
Ing the able-bodied a bonus if Ihe
ve'tera ns say that. the ni ted hStates
is inlebted to them in 1mn1iiey. If
there Is In obligation to be discharged
inl dollair ve thiik it should ho
promiipt ly~ discharged andl that t he
counlt ry should list en to thle repriesen
tat ives of thle soldiers in arr'ivin g at
theii amount. We do not like the por5 -
ponling of tile settlement, as hinted by
Suenator Glass inl thle phrase, "thes;e
ex tr'aordinary,'I times."' Th'e t 1ime wvill
never' be~ bettor thianI the0 prlesent for ain
admounltin~g betweeni the U tiited Slat's
as the party of the hirst part. and thei
er-se rv ice men01 as thle pairty 0of the see
ond( part and, If a just debt thlat should
he liqhl Idate d iln mon11ey Is owinig, Th'le
Stte holds that. t he assets of thbe
coun try shoulId be further tmortgagedl,
by at b~oind issue, regard less of thle ini
crease of the tax burdens, for its caln
cell at Ion. Any1thl~ilng woulId lbe better'
than it conltiniuing allegatilon that th(
liepubl Ic OWes motney to soldiers ail
won't pay It.
On t he oilier hand, the dullty of the
party of the second parlt~thie ex-serv
Ice men,. the American Legloon beinL
t'heir agency, is to state their clain
for mioney, wvhatever they 1)e, in plaIn
deflnite and final ternms. If the coun.
try Is to 1)e asked to mlortgage itsel
to pay a deblt to them, it will not bi
fali' to leave any element of unieor
tainty in the matter of the 51um.
wvill not lie falir to ask the counftry
to pay the ex-servIce men~f nowv, with i
reservation to ask for' another pay~
ment ten years in future or for tht
grantinig of pensions.
The State has al ready madei plh
its oinion that the Ameriean LegIoi
sadly bllluders against its own large
iterest In consenting to a money set
tiement wvith able-blodIedl men but Th'l
State was not a soldier and perhap
its opinion should not weigh. I low
over, all parties to a negotiatIon c
business, to be carried on In terms c
money, have the rIght. to Insist tha
the terms 1)e exact, ex-plicit and fina
If the oblIgation of the coumntr'yt
pay money to the ex-service men b
admItted as just, and we are willIn
to wvaive argument against it,,- an
the counatry be bound nowv to pay I
he oblIgation Is equal on the ex-sci
vice bien, through their organizatioi
to name the amnounlt and name it onc
and for all timn-Thn State.
Destruction of your property by fire is remote,
destruction by cccay and neglect is certain.
You are carrying firc insurance, which protects
you againmst possible loss, but does not prevent
Paint affords positivc prw~cction and insusr cs you
agains;t dc:.v cd itroco- by the clements, be
"Save sides it incrcascs thc V'. !LIe Of your pt'Opcrty arid adds
pFin ' For every vuface .h vds i:o be painteJ. vami.hed
or stained, yo1u Go a. er ir that
will give- You Vatn t:-: -ttw!7e . 'i a
century of reputtio": highest q*uaity is b:h'd the
PC Ge Tradcma.k.
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for Color Cards, or writc : to
Peaslee-Gaualbert Co c. orme, LouisvaI , K.
LAURENS HARDWARE CO.
Laurens, S. C.
Special Steels add Life to th
These steels are the in action and a delight
product of the highly de- to handle.
veloped Maxwell labora- These are some of the
tories, where steels have virtues wich have won
been studied, analyzed friends for the Maxwell
and tested for years. in ever increasing num
They are milade to bers and give it a longer
MaxwelPs own formulae life than many cars of
and enable the Maxwell higher price.
to stand punishment that Today there are ap"
few cars can meet suc- proximately 400,000
cessfully. Maxwell's on the world's
They lessen the task of highways. The year
the engine and make it 1920 will add 100,000
more responsive, quicker more.
Carolina Auto Company
J. Y. MILAM, Manager
bes ndgieita .one