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MINN FELIN ARMY
Six Attacks On lirilisi Troops; Many
Cisialties. Comiity Cork, iII Viciitty
of Iublin Seelle of llishwhacu'kini g
D)ublin, Mlarch 10ty-The Sinn Fein
army today launched an offensive.
in six attacks on 3rltish troops and
police. all of which Were marked by
Ilerce lighting, many casualties were
suffered on both sidet.
The & lcks were made at intervals
In vor'toms iparts of county Co k, and
nearfDubl'in. They were conducted ae
cording to a well prepared plan of
cainiailgl which kept the British rush
ing from one town to another and pre
veited ally large force being cl0el-.
trated to uirroud the Sinn Feiners.
More attacks Are expected tonight,
as the Sinnl Fei assault is believed to
le just getting under way.
'Phe offensive opened before darn.
M~ight military motor lorries4 pack
(d w'ith troops were..preCeding along a
road at Crossbarry, near iBrandol.
county Cork. Suddenly a concent rait ed
fire was poured In upolln the lorrien
frot all sides. The troops ducked be
hind the high steel siles of the ari
o-led ears and returned the fire. Tw!)
of them were wonidel. The Irish :mf
for4d many casu-alties whlen tile sol
tilers sallied froml the lorrie.. :aud
it was imposs:b0o to 'rs the ["I -
"uil lt e S."inn Fein wiounded wer
carried away by tile retreating f,>ee.
Near Danltarvan. at ':01 a. M., Iwo
military lorries were attacked with
bomblis while proceedl ing slowly
thlmligh tile hills oii a narrow, )vinlding
oad The fact that an Irlish prisoner
was held as hostage in oile of tile lor
rio, did not deter tile assaulting party.
which was estimated at more than 100
stron4. lIoth lorries were wrecked by
grna deS. S veral volleys were fired
!ito the iachines. Soldiers and pol~e
deployed iider cover and a sv rited
battle ensuerd. which lasted tlilil 7
o'.! ok. One policeian was killed.
an'her is mlising.'and th' body of one
c" the attacking force was foutnd. It
was believed a number of other Si-inn
Feiners Were killed and their bodies
The Irish gradually withdrew and
when they fitally escaped, the fight
ing had extended over a large area, Re
inforceien ts were brought ill. and tile
last reports received here ind'icated a
general rollnI-lu; was being conIuicted
in the Waterford area. a house to
'house search being made for wounded.
Fires broke out on several farms
hiring the .battle, reddening the sky
The COmIlander of the military force
in tle Dungarvan battle was captured,
hu: later escaped. Oiie o the alack
in; party was killed by a grenade, his
fiec- being blown off.
T::ree Siin Fe tiners werie killed near'
Tc :ee In an attempt to ambush a
p:arty of military in an armored car.
'The Irish dug ditches across the high
ovay. The Blritishi thirew temporary
brIges across. When ii ci de tachm:uent
of Iraish at templted to remlove (onle of
these biridlges as the arm'noredl cari wa~s
applroachiing, an1 explosion occu rredl in
their1'.mIid st. Tlhie troops follnid to rec
dlead. 'Thie w.oulndedl esca ped. E-n
t renehmenfIits wer''le folnd( in the fields
nearby, and all the roads ill the vicin;
ty were founid to have had ditches dug
thriough themli to wreck 3inltary (Atrs.
A six hour11 bartl. occurred('I at l'pingl
where Sinn ineritcis r'qtl I 11d withP
unkda marc'hin' detachltuient of soll
de ta. hoth sideIs look coverI3 i an lhe
in u ole . Seea ir:o. shtwer oil
At ('*a h lown lPtc'h, 1. sinn II in.
*te 5 ' and~ (ilw y and '-1ve1 .
Civiliains were wounllde. The' ;'at rol1
'( -tyI'. wa :ilelo d. T oril w( I' ,
ulp anld drAwn the street. A girl. run..
linsg fromli i he sene, wa':s se''rousl
(o(ierls hurin 'ig ini and1 0ont and tear-.
ing Itollgil the streetsC on mii oto(rciyeles.
lIn some ':ises tel ephon e wi1res were
(til to hamperlCI (iuiick 'ommnicaiilftion
bet wveen Ithe various healdq 3tuiers.
Orn Schlool 11i1on' 14r Itl
F'ift hGrtadle --liton01 fiakely, iaiiube
llowilaind,. it0h Smith.
Sixth Grladec (hor'g, -lryson, Edith
Cooper(1, J1. L. Cooper, Wi31le Mac I )avis,
gtusta Mte(l initock. Fran lCes Tumlin l.
Seventh Cradle -'lem'Iinig It-ikely,
Pies Cuire4 in 6 to 14 Days
'-irde.i re~'rl money if PA'/.O OINTMENT til
- .. U:31, Jrm.8l l:! M..m ; P3Cd rot rsdiott P5
----'v on - p h .' F ce, na vo en'
NEW PICTURIE IS A
MARVEL OF JtEALl$
"Mtale anid Female" Produced Onl
Most Lavish Scale.
Genuineness and absolute realis!
are 'iwo factors in the enormous suc
cess which Cecil 11. De .Mille has al
tained as a motion picture directoi
These tualities are preestit in "Mal
and Feiale," Mr. DeMille's lates
Paramiotnt-A\krtcraf t pietitre, whiel
was adapted from Sir Jamnes M1. 13a'
r'e's famous play, 'The Admirabl,
Crichton" and will be on view at th.
Princess theatre tomorrow. It is 'It
De Mille's desire that every ;)ropeit;
or firnisring used in Iis production
be the best that can be bought. 'ro
perties used in his latest pictlur lota
thousands of dollars in value. (i
toile" set alone cost .ive hundred dol
lars, and the gorgeous gowns ,worn b)
Oloria Siwatison, Ila Lee, aild leb
Daniels, who are in tle east, are wort
a handsome price.
The story of Crichton, tihe bouitler i
the family of English nobles who w-i
wrecked with his master's yachtin
partyk at sea and became their leadel
has long delghited thousands. I'nide
the tmaster hand of 'C'ecil 1)e Mille it i
a serten iasterpiece. Thomas M eigi
an Li plays the leading role, and)I The(
dore Roberts, Raymond Ilatton an
Guy Oliver are Included in the cast
.3 eetlinir of W. 31. 1'.
The regutlar qtarterly imeetlig f(c
the third division- of 14aurens W. .l. I
will be held with the 'Waterloo Churc
on Sattrday, April 2, at 10:30 o'cloel
Every entii'ch l i tle division is urgu
to send a fil! delogationi. The prograi
Is as folows:
Sib ject -- Ottr Junior Organizatio:
Sunbeams. [Royal Ambassadors, Gitr'
D~evot ionah-.\irs. i. C'. Fitllet', WN.
Word of Wetlcom11e-- irs. WN. ('a
lIesp on se--M ts. TPomi Col emaui, I avel
[C0t1 (all andt El'h entitt of Ilegate
11iportnce of Ittlldinig ['y .Jtior G:
ganlizati(ons itn Our ('lhturch's.- ir:
.itlian Ii ll ha a a
Mriss aionsM.- .\t~l(s. . l'1().u A 1.
Otolion. n01 ~th~ ,I'
ld'ard otega piritotis :.u
t ur on lh'u~e S t'o e? .\rs. .-. (
It so . r s I ill. hI d'8~
I l A(m'n toratit tiye('h tiin (t.i w
l'ract of al ui-l ions113 for tpron'tin
Wo IrkI ofian Junio Oooaniz:.tions.f
AlissI tAdiler.\i WlfordS~n i'opit
tOenlt forsthesasion of ubii, a1
\ltOrOy.7t Mdad i~og 1 C .lition.tdi'o
It ire (Ifais Sevi..lr. of Li. !-'n;
i er, htit tvi lle.ifSi~i at (0 (tel
w it tic .hlrt lt rooitk' s (o d-y .
(111 he ft .\ t'rtsd' t. GWhAtol C i
log ~~tifC airmanth 'otrIi, ( h
.\('tiii'sha'l OF ELE('tltt. 1(
(11l'ursuanter tof IAuteof the'oneraI
Assembt lyio the Sutt of nth Car
('h1 lnthy liOi:rds of Conun -merI
be used for permanent 'Road Iniprove
ment on road from Owings Station to
Fouitain ln, said Bonds to .be issued
t Such time and InI Such den11oinIla tions
ai the Laircns County HiI.ghway Com
a mission shall determine and direct,
an1d to Jear interest at a rate not eX
eceding six per celit. Per annum, pay
able semni-annally, July 1st, awl Jan
uiary 1st, of each and every year and
maturing within forty years from the
' pproval of said act, provided however,
e that said Bonds may be isstied in such
t periodical series as may b dete'n:ino-l
by Laurens County Highway Commil
sion. Said Bonds to be issued, exe it
ed, sold and the proceeds disposed of
uider' and by virtue of the terms of
said act, and in IPursuance thereof, pro
vided a majority of tile electors voting
i' sa election shall vote in favor of
In said election, those in favor of
the issuance of said Boids shall de
posit a ballot on which shall .be writ
ten or priinted the Words "Ilonids for
!load from Owings Station to Foun
tain lu-Yes," and those opposed to
the issuance of said Bonds shall de
posit a ballot on which -!'lall be plain
ly writtel or pi'lited thlereon, "onds
for Hoad from Owings Station to Fount
The folloi.vig named persons are
hereby !:)pointed Managers to conduct
This Will B<
Don't Fail ir
I Ladies' $7.50 1
Tan and Black En
Brown Vici Kid and
d Half Pi
Ladies' $11.00 P
E 36-inch Silk
V iii a! ( I 'et Iemr
to jprsentl thle beut ifli
P ie l eie'. the eop Il chiti
( inE ;.- levis 1~si iit wieh
1' S~li I ~ ~i l l t}|V 'iow elciui
upe pel s~VI .11 iVi hw i bent il
Scei.liii ie v irV\ wI''lerfli
rc lirenlt exacItily suite ii toe
Laurens-John N. W right, Join
Smith, J. I. Cunningham.
Laurens Mill-S. J. Avery. R. J
Franks, J. S. Medlock.
Watts Mill-W. W. Stonle, W. W.
Blakely, W. W. Griflin.
Ora-T. P. Byrd, W. T. Blakoly, D
Lanford--L. N. Cannon, M. Flem.
Ing, Jfhni 0. Lanford.
Youngs-W. W. Wallace, Jr., W. E
Boho, W. 0. Sutton.
Pleasant .1ound-T. W. Cannady,
P. E. Cooper, R. W. Stewart.
Stewarts Store-,). ). Stewart, G
T. Cook, E. J. Sloan.
Cooks Store-P. 13. Cooper, W. E.
Patton, J. A. Godfrey.
Grays-R. R. Barnett W. A. God-.
frey 11. B. Gossett.
Thompsonn Store--R. W. Gilliland,
A. V. Hughes, L. A. Thompson.
Owings-J. T. Owings, J. L. Gray,
Gray Court-W. B. Brooks, J. -1.
Garrison, W. W. Yeargin.
Dials-P. M. Hellams, Harris Curry,
WN. R. 'Harris.
Shlloh-J. IL. Power, Rush .Wilson,
11. S. Wallace.
Woodville-S. It. Gray, ID. D. Brown
lee. Claud WillIs.
Hickory Tavern-J. A. Coats, W. S.
Bolt, J. K. Thomason.
Princeton-Robert Arnold, John L.
Bagwell, J. F. Davis.
ry Pair I
e the Last Wee
k Getting Your
3lack Kid Pumps
glish, Military heel.
English, military heel
atent and Kid Pumps
Messaline, worth (
(Only 5 Yards
nd Dress Cloth
li ei we hav ui 1 e er \* :f,4 I :
bies I o wj(;~iill wa.l!b \ith~1 s* ach
ul 'tne- al .... .... .......$25.00
........ ..... .... .... ....$35.00
........ ... ... .. ....$19.75 'ip
in. I his' new' 4 IV olle in. Ini fai't
'OI-ple 11(11 . 5 0 I( I lii l the 1
'Poplar Springs-J. P. Simmons. T
T. Woods, N. 13. Woods.
. Daniels Store-W. L 'Cooper, G. C
Boland, L. Stokes Main.
Mt. Pleasant--B. M. Cunningham
Guy Moore, John W. Fowler.
Tip Top-A. 'W. Sims, S. A. Taylor
James L. Mndeison.
E1kom-Harrison .Pinson, L. C. Cul
bertson, H. C. Culbertson.
Waterloo-W.- J. Anderson, Jo<
Pearce, W. H. Wharton.
Cross Hill-A. E. Adams, S. L,
Crisp, Robert Nance.
Mountville-J. L. Boyd, M. 13. Crisp
S. S. Farrar.
Hopewell-Roy Crawford, J. F
Workman. T. P. Davis.
Goldv'tle-Iloss D. Ieake C. M.
Ham, A. I'anford.
Clinton Mill-Rt. J. MoCrary, John
T. Robertson, J. C. Templeton.
Clinton-R. J. Copeli,nd. R., P.
Adair, Gco. W. Copeland.
Lydla Mill-E. T. Boyce, R. M.
Copeland, H. L.-Cunningham.
Renno-T. I. Adair, J. C. McMillan,
B. F. Copeland.
Langston--'C. A. Owens, J. Wess
Donnon, S. 0. Clark.
Secure boxes at Clerk of Court's
office from W. S. Power, Sec. to Com
mlissloners of Election.
Said .election shall be conducted in
all respects in accordance with the
laws of force governing the conduct
Lt Half F
k of This Big S
Tan and black,
Brown and Blac
~.00, for only ..
to a Customer.)
.A'Rainbow of Colors
.GUwil fid a i iur lyinter
i va gui an4 .\ ia 4f -of: 'si
'2 1ati s, sp4ecialt thi w1 k .... ,k
25 (.,1r~t i l( ('repe. d ('11
$TI~ 1 /.4'S sze lt U 4 ~ 4 ok;hs
,of General and Special electiois
the State, and at such elections 'at
duly qualified electors of tho County
(uialliled to vote therein under the
l-awa governing General and Special
electioij ila this State, shall be per
,ilitted to vote.
The managers shall make their re
turns to the County Board of Co%
inissioners for Laurens County, wvhl
Ishall roceivo the sam and declare
.J. D). W. WATTS,
., County Supervisor.
A. 11. -1O10UE,
A. B. BILAKELY,
County Board of Coninissioners.
To Stop a Cough Quick
take HAYES' HEALING HONEY, a
cough medicine which stops the cough by
healing the inflamed and irritated tissues. IL
A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE
SALVE for Chest Colds, Head Colds and
Croup is enclosed with every bottle of
HAYES' HEALING HONEY. The salve
should be rubbed on the chest and throat
f children suffering from a Cold or Croup.
The ficaling effect of Hayes' Healing Honey in-.
side the throat combined with the healing effect of
Grove-s 0-Pen-Trate Salve through the pores of
the skin soon stops a cough.
Both remedics are packed In me carton and the
cost of the combined trcatment Is 36c.
Just ask your druggist for HAYES'
hoe Sale, So
Straps or lace
:, straps or lace
are thec Spring and
,4n --)I . 't for notZ hor itia
I ' II Iw.4 haibr hl an ni nes. '
.......... $7.50 ani-' $10.00
over;l 'Nveri . ...$5.00