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CROSS HILL NEWS. *
- Cross 1111, Sep1t. 6.---The Cross Hill It
and 1ountville schools are beginning (
their sessions this Monday morning. g
Indications point to a full attendande. 0
Miss Jo.: ie Griflin left Saturday for
her !yor] as teacher In the Prosperity
school in Newberry county. .I\,ss .iosie
is a young lady of splendid character .
aiid na1tural en(dowinAents and a few
y('ars of uccecssfuil experiene. She
will be Valuable help to the education
all '..ork n l'r(spe-:1ty.
Miss I'loride Rludd, who recently I
gr-aduated fron Lander College, is a
r:' mbre of tht Clini toll school faculty!
4r.1 he:.ni her work there Agu ;. :Wo.
Mirs. J. 1). W. Witts, of Ciestnuit
Rig. returned to her limne this 1mor
ing after sp)( (ldilg a we ck here vith
-h fa iyof hce. broth))(,*.\Mr. ':'onway
''ho ordilnale( of baptisIl was ad
ministered Sunday o10n11in'at a H1(aver
damli churcl and St unday aft ernoon at
.\lr. .1. \alter Sinunons, who is un
der treatment at a hoswital'1n C hester(I
for paralysis, was doing Well at last
Mr. H. A. lloyce\ went to the Chester
Hlospital last. week for Ireatillent Il-,
der a specialist. For some time liha ii1
heen troubled with --omeiv stomach de
Master Roy 1ial. sonl of .\ir. and
\Mrs. Conway 'Dial, is in the hospital at
Rutherfordton, N. ., for surgical
treatment. 11e went to tilis ho'it al
from Spartanhurg where he had been
1iunder special examiation for several
days. A few days ago he underwent1
at serious operation. Which 111ch anx
lety is felt ill the rn-t11 of tills treat
ment it is thought and hoped 110w
that th' patient :w i Jl regain his desired
health. Mr. and Mrs. Diai are with
The remains of t wo soldiers who
were drowned during the World War
whent theiri ship wrecked on the
lEngl1il coast .were brought to this
place recently for re-hrllial inl their
resnective home cemeteries. Those of
Colie Stevens arrived two weeks ago
and -were interred ill their final rest
Ing place at Liberty Siprings. Those
of Walter Brooks eame last. week an(1
were re--uried at Souls Chapel near
Vaughansville, the h1om1e of his par
A dwelliniig housP on .I\. S. ii. Gog
ganls' farmil, uintil recently tile home Of
I have a numi
of fine timber
other streets i
r. Tom Cole, near Waterloo, was de- A
royed by fire early Sunday morning. d
lie house was cocupled by Charley It
yles, a col'ded tenant. It Is under
ood tIat there wvas no.insurance and a
.c building is t ctiplete loss th Mr. i
oggans. The colored family lost a
reat deal of their household. The fire b
riginated in the kitchen in sone way.
Mrs. J. D. Wright and children, of \
.shev'le, N. '"., after spending some
ine here with Mrs. Wright's sisters,
i'rs. T. U. Crows and Mrs, iRObezt e
Vade, returned to their home last.
\c were glad to see Mr. John W.
'c .ler and(l daughter, Miss Gennle, in
uir imidst last Saturday.
a e . n~ .me. e e eo ee ]
Laanford, Se-pt. ' .-SchIool opened1
re .\Monday morning under very fav,
)rable conditions. A large number of,
ii pils and pat ronl"; assemillied to Il(eet
mnd wvelcomei 1,he n'ew teachlers. llev .
M. Sexton was present, assisting in
Ale opening exercis's and conducting
the devotional for the occasion. Sut.
ii. T. Wilson imie a very line address
lid spoke encouragingly as to the p0s
sibilities of rur cal schools; also coil
pihnenting ouri( present faculty, which
consists of Mliss Sara t2ewis, of Con
way, %,rincipal; .\iss 'lurgess, a grad
u-ate of W in throp college, the interimte
date teacher, Miss Chapman, of Foun
tain nn, also a traduate and vviry
highly recommendfed, the primary
grades. We are looking forward to a
very successful school term.
Our boys and girls are preparing to
leave for their various schools. Messrs.
Paul Cooper and (rover Burnett liave
already entered a's 11111 college. in
Mr. laoule Izinford left last week for
Furman lUniversity. lie is trying out
for the football team.
.lr. .1ames Fleming leaven some 11line
soon for Carolina.
.irs. IHobson Franks and little son.
.lohn lobioni, of Spartanburg, are vis
iting NIr. and Mrs. .1. It. Franks.
Miss Minnie Lanford a.( \1aster
Frank Fleming went to Greenw%
Saturday to visit 'her sister. .rs. G.
W. 'Wash, whose children have been
spending some titno with their grand
parents, Mr. and Mirs. J. 'W Lanford.
Mrs. .1. R. 'Paittepron spent a few
days last week in I:,rksdale with Mr.
and Mrs. Don Burns and a few days In
Fountain Inn with her sister, Mrs,
is the Foundat
Buy Land i
yer of nice farms in
land at $60 an acre
n Laurens. Call on
ad know values in T,
t the Price I
fall and we
Ima Adams. She returned home Fri.
Ely afternoon with a report of a very -
ne vdsit. -'
ir. and Mrs. Joe Williams and Mr. t
nd .\-rs. Clarence Garrett went to t
atrens iMonday afternoon.
.lrs. Estella Bomar is -in 'Epartan- t
urg visiting friends and relatives.
.3I!ss Nanile Harlan has gone to
Voodruff to attenid the high school. t
.\Mr. J. D. .Johnson w(it to Arcadia 1
uniday to be prest-nt at a big birthdayi
.lejratiQn of his .oni, .lr, B.\ W, Jo:m
.\1ls Mfildre(d t ilaflord is visiting her
irter, . llrs. llihard \Ioorc. at Arcadia.
.\Mr. G: .1. lanford has recovered from
kis receit illn ess and his i le friends are
'lad to see hfim inl Ils ustial good
litriman \Villlims, tli litle , son of
di. .1am('-4 Villittia s, has Iyphoid fever.
)r. Halley aild family, of K'lintonl,
x(src the atuests of Mrso. Mallile lDrumi -
The ditrict muetling of the \Vonw's
\lissionry Society will Imect With the
adies of the . E. i.. church on the 15th
1d lt;ll of S(ptemiber. All arI e ('1o
lially ilvited to atten1d these services.
.I. lobsoni l''ranks. anad lIss Audry
lPranks were guests of Mr1's. .1. V.
.lohn son last \onday.
P.ilSON IE'NION. *
...e e. e g e g ee g.
This family gathering convened at
the residence of .\Irs. Alice Moore near
kIanford Station on Monday, August
30th, this being ihe SIst birthday of
.\lrs. Mary Lanford Parson, widow of
tlie late lienijamuin Parson. But few at
tail tihis age. This reuniu ion Is an an
nual affair attended only by ;is i
Iti ediate fail] y save a few exclusive
frienlds. -r. Parsonl 111u tus unlder
great obligaitiol to her by h(ler inivita
tion. Would tlli miy lifT could bc as:
faithful as hers.
roimtaly at lii o'einek frien ds and
relatives began i to asseible 11and vie'd
wiith each oilier in showing their ao.
preciation of the ilng and "ell-spen
life of their host-t he mot-her ai
The family consists of the old noth
er, two soils, Messrs. Robert and Max
Parsons. andl five daughters MesdaIe:
M. 0. Harlan, .1. G. baanford, Alic,
Moore, Nannie Barnett and Sara Pag
(the latter living In far off Texas wa
not present). A large nulber 0
grandchildren and great-grandehil
ion of many of
s all the time.
tracts from 25 to 1(
. Also a number of
me if you are in th<
own and County. I
of Cotton s(
ut to 43c.
E A CALL
Tho dinner was orze of the very best m
-suml)tuous, wholosome, plentiful, to
xcess--these daughters and daugh
ers' In law heing second to none -in
ble culinary line and are fair samples'
f this good mother. What an inheri
ance! It is sweet to watch their de
otion, not ml.ny cases like it.
T'he son.s-In-law a.re alo ,1nd an.
hoightfil of hr, who is far pasit the
aeriian of 1,41c, tilsabled, waititg, the
'etIspec tion :s good, her eVS ate on1
he hrIzQ')n, t:& lorivan of the set.
ing sun-her day is far spenct, in the
fier--glow weill colc t:e last call of I
Ie( .\laster, fevlin 11 at the world,
hough not the slme. is better briglit- I
i', ippier, than in the days of her
.iouth, al id that which should accoim
any old ag-as holor, love. obedi
n'e, trooi of friends, and to feel
ur1*c that though 'ilie fashion of this
wvor!d passeti away, yet that w hich is
cod and I tru< shall (inldl foIev.
The PSai.;11,t says "The riighteous
slall flourish like the pahlm tre, e
shal rtow like a vedar in I.ehanon.
Th101os that he planted in thl. louse' of
theo I.o.rd arll 'loistrish inl the coulrts- of
oul (od. They shah still bing forill
fruit in old ave. 'Thiy shah he fat
and flou rishin'.r.
Sa speaking of a beam ifu! old age.
51uch as thiS, al ' inspired po e 11ot has
oil. Oh softly, the yars1 hIV
swept blIy the.
Trouchii%.n': thelghlvithi tomb(, rcst
Rorrov .t1'0 c:I.(. did ttefl often llhring
Yet they have left thee l'u t h.aut
Bitys Coker Hlouse.
Mr. G. C. \Vinin. one of the local
I avi-!aty .ollipany force, hougiht
le (u111se on) Su11 Ivan st re t form erlty
v, -d0.l by. MI.. T. .M. Colihirat a Tttr
day and re-sold it tls Wt k to \\. 0.
omtoni ali L. G. ditxwill. of the
P.;pIla:- Spr ms eulmet.i who i.x:iet
(t) move to thiti eity at aln iearly date.
"I Spent $1 on Rait-Siapl tanld Saved
i the Priee of it iop."
I ames MeGu ire. famous og Raiser
of New .lersey, says, 'I advise every
farmer troulul with rats to use RAT
FNA V. Tried everything to get rid
of rats. Spent $1.25 on RAT-SNAP.
Figured the rats it killed saved the
price of a bog." RAT-SNAP comes
in cake form. No mixing with other
ofod. Cats or dogs won't touch it.
wThree sizes, 35c, t5c, $1.25. Sold and
f guaranteed by Liaurens Hardware Co.,
.. Putnam's 'Drug Store and Kennedy
It steadily incree
00O acres. Some is w
nice Houses and Lot
Smarket to buy or s
have sold hundreds a
are you. I
AND BE CO
Adapted from the pl
LOU TELLEGEN and WILI
Instructive Entertainment fc
Father, Mother an<
GET THE H)
LOOSE LEAF L
....For Sale By..
~st Fortunes. Th<
~ses in value.
e11 improved. I have one
son West Main, South f
1 Real Estate. I've hat
rnd made them thousand
t opened at 2
ARD MACK 0
3 time to
1 12 years'
s of dollars
-ens. S. C.