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"A NEW STUDENT1"*
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* I5y Hortense Madden, 9th Grade
* 4upil in Mt. Pleasant School.
"A new student," the teacher cried,
"Miss Marie Sinclair." But Ned (lid
not oven raise '1his head. A light foot
step fell suddenly upon the floor, and
a low, sweet, gentle voice was heard.
All were silent while she spoke, and
gazed with eagerness, but Ned still
did not raise his head even to get a
gliinpse of her, only listened and
heard her sweet voice. But somehow
he felt strange, something in his heart
throbbed and felt like It would break,
although he kept his nerve until she
finished. Then lie ralsed his head
slowly and caught a iglim'pse of her as
she walked away. Ned did not see
her for almost a week, 'but she vas
over in his thoughts. One evening as
Ned sat alope on the porch while the
other boys were having such funl, sl!i
walked on the ')orch and sat by him.
As he 'was alone, she inquired why
-lie looked so solemn, but he gave her
as few words as possible and walked
away. l'very time she saw 'him she
would try to start a conversation, but
he -tried -in vain .to shun. her. Ho'w
very cruel lie thought it was, but said
to himself, "I can never love both
women and books at once," but as the
sun was slowly fading in the western
horizon'"he stood by a 'big tree which
he had loved best for 'his companion
of his collegCi days. Ile stood there
all amazed, while a sudden footstep
he heard and a low, sweet voice which
seemed to have comforted his thoughts.
It was Marie, of course; she wore a
lovely gown of pink and was the beau
ty of his thoughts. This time he did
not try to shun her or run'away fiom
her for it seemed. in vain. They had
a very short conversation, and as it
(grew dar'k they walked the short dis
tance 'back to the collegV and as she
told him good-bye, -they departed.
This was the last time the saw her
until about the close of the session,
and how his heart longed for her, I
cannot tell. Two month-s before the
end of the session, on a Tuesday morn
Ing, lie heard one of the boys say,
"There is :Miss Marie, where has she
been all this timoe' He did not turn
'his 'head at once, but don't forget that
he had never ceased to love her. She
spoke to him and passed into the
building for she was in a hurry, al
though lie now began to realize that
she did not care any more for him,
and 'how his 'heart felt and ached.
"Gono! gone forever!" he murmured
in'n low tone. He could hardly real
ize it and only prayed to God that
some day he might win her. le tried
!to be happy with his classmates, 'but
his heart was laboring under a heavy
burden of sorrow. Weeks slipped into
months and the months seemed almost
years to him. "If I could only see her
before Priday, " he said, how we would
'plan for the reception 'which would 'be
the last one given by the students this
session. lie could not bear to think of
anyone else having a date with her
that night, although It seemed impos
sible -for him to see her before then.
'Fridlay came anid all he could hear
was about the dates with 'the girls that
night. Hie did not join the crowd for
lhe had no date, so walked off, alone,
to the big tree. Hie had not reached
the tree before he heard a soft voice
call, ' Iey, Ned!" Ho turned and
whom did lie see but Marie, coming
over the lawn townrd him. Hie wait
ed for her, and in a moment they were
'on their 'way joy-ridIng. liut soon
they .wore 'back and as he helped her
from the car, and stood holding her
hands, lie looked down into heir lovely
-face. She was of medium height, and
'the 'graceful outlines of her perfect
figure added to her beauty. The last
rays of a setting sun 'played yellow a&nd
Igoidon in her silken h'air, which wasI
'blmwing in tihe gentle breeze, the play
ful smile on her delicately tinted lips
died to a sober attItude of concern as
she saw the far-away look 'in 'his eyes.
'He no longer saw her Ibeauty or even
the girl herself as lie was 'thinking
of the future.
"I must go, Ned," she told him, and
as she left, whispered, "I'll be 'waittng
for you tonight."
That night was a bitter one for Ned,
.How he hated to give up his ,Jititle
Madie! She was everything to him,
although he was not a brave man as
to ask .her to be 'bis wife.
At last, when the 'two were alone, ho
whispered, "M--Marlo, Marie, I love
you. I do, my little Marie, you are
my life-my all. I do love you." A nd
she realized thait lie did 'by the ten
derness in his eyes, as he pressed her
$o his heart.
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Jamnford, Jan. 17.-We acknowledge
with alpreclation the 'beautiful tribute
to our dear friend and neighbor, Mrs.
0. F. Cox, in the last issue of your pa
per. The only regret is tim the de
parted one could not hear thoos dear
words. So in these rema.ks wc wl--h
to make known to tip writer of that
piece, the esteem mad apprc c:ation
that some of her formrnr associate: an I
pupils have of her and to let her know
that her labors of love and her efforta
to instruct knowledge into the mmdi
of the young has not been in vain.
The remains of Mr. [. 'A. Peterson,
late of Gainesville, Ga., was- brought
here Sunday morning and buried by
the side of his wife who preceded him
to the grave several years ago. le
leaves seven sons and was at one timc
a citizen of this place. Dr. Graves L.
Knight conducted the funeral services.
There was an attentive congrega
tion to hear Dr. Knight at the -Bap
tist church and lie preached a splen
did sermon. lie and Mrs. Knight were
guests of M\r. and Mrs. C. D. Cox, to
'gether with Miss Pauline Waldrep and
Mrs. *Stolla Bonmar.
Mr. DeRoy Patterson has returned
home from a short visit to Jackson
ville and Milami, Florida.
Mrs. C. J,. Wildrep entertained quite
a good many young people a 1few ev
enings ago in honor of our teachers,
Misses Lewis, Burgess and Footman,
Mr. and Mrs. Lou Dill, of Owings,
visited Mr. and airs. J. D. Williams this
Mr. and Mrs. Ezelle Garrett were
guests of 'Ir. H1. C. Garrett, Saturday
Mr. J. D. Ilarmon, of Laurens, visit
ed friends and relatives here Sunday,
Mr. nnd Mrs. II. T. Iliggins, of Buf
falo, spent the week-end with theit
parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. J. S. Higgins.
Mrs. Mamie Drummond went tc
Spartanburg a few days ago to be at
the bedside of her brother, Mr. William
Rogers, who died Thursday and was
buried at his old home church on the
following day. This leaves only twc
mcnbers of the old Rogers family,
'Mrs. Drummond and 'Dr. C. E. Rogers,
of Gray Court.
The road men are busy top-soiling
the new -highway from Enoreo to Lau
rens, which will be a great conven
POLICE CAllS ON THE JOB
Three Dodge Brothers Car Valued by
El Paso Police Oficials.
There are three "members" of the
El -Paso, Texas, polico force who arc
fairly entitled to good conduct badg
es, according to 'Police Chief Ed
wards of that city. The three work
2-i hours each day, never receive pay,
are never absent on account of sick
ness, and pace any boat without a
murmur. They are the three Dodge
Brothers cars of the Police Depart
ment, whose sudden appearance in
the streets brings fear to the law
breaker in the Texas city.
Police cars are called on for uin
usual service in that they are actually
in service or likely to be called on
at any time of day or night. Once ev
ery month they are "steamed out"
at tihe city corral, and the police of
flicials say that this Is 90 per cent of
the attention given the~ Godge Broth
The pi:hce reporter of the El Paso
Morning Times tells an interesting
story of an actual chase in one of' the
Dodge Birothers- cars wvhich illuistr-ates
the treatment they are sometimes
"I have just been held up by two
masked men at so-andl-so corner. I'll
wvait here for you!' comes a nervous
voice over the telephone.
"i~lue coated figures rush for the
Dodlge Brothers cars, and in an in
st~ant are on their way to the scene of
the robbery. Up (lark alleys through
unpaved streets, across litter-covered
lots, up steep embankmn-ents, and to
places tine wrould consider Impassible,
the Dodge.Brothers ears are driven in
the search. Two figure are seen to
cross the canal .brIdge. The car is
braked violently to a standstill, and
reversed until the street intersection
is reached. Not knowving the roadbed
upon which the car -travels, the driv.
or points his car directly after 'the of
fenders. Using the car' as a builwara,
a gun battlo follows. The radiator
is filled with bullets, but the bandits
are finally captured. In the bullet
ridden car, they are transported to the
"No wonder," adds the ipolice re
porter, "that all the poli1cc ofiials
are unanimous In their praise of the
D)odge Brothers ears."
One Dodge Brothers ear has stood
up well 'under this kind of service
since 1917, the other two have ser-ved
since 1918 and 1919 respectively.
A ITarvard profess~or rays "(dancing
is. nn instinet, just lilke eating and
fighting." it has long been obsierv~ed
that man wviii eat anythin~g, and fight
anything, and , DoW die's getting so.
he'll dance anything--Kansas City
By atforIt.,4 inczns. to keep it
Warm111 enough to rema11in Iiquiol, 1"!1
01an experimntilers have! nl
u1sing Aficant palml (ill to dri.ve an
gitternapl co btio'II5n VO aiCe. d'II
tI 1 Afll e ri I i )111 I .q.o 4.11-11'10.i
Pure ThougIht :ndl Happiniess.
If a m1an speak or act with a1 pure
thought, hInpp ine.'s will l'flloxw himi1,
Ike a Shudow that 1vVer leaves him.
TO CLOSE OUT C
These Dresses a
vets, etc. All are ti
They range in p
buying one dress at
of similar price for (
COME IN AND LO
SPECIAlj PRICES ON
'One lot, of Ladies' Coats, s
during this sale .. ....
Also a lot of -Children's
?Coats that we will elose o
to .... .... .... ....
ONE0" 'ABLE OF LAD
AND BOYS' Sl
Worth up to $4.00 will be
this sale at .... .... ..
North Side of Squar
in price, f. o. b. I
* Touring Car
Coupe . .
when supolied w
Take notice tha1t 01 the 13th day of
'ebrulary, 1922, I will rederl(Iei a final
tccount of my a('ts and doings as Ad
minlistrator of the estate of Abh Wells
deceased, II tih, ollice ol' the Judge of
Pr'oibte of Laurens cottnty, at I I
o'clock, a. m., and on the samne day
will apply for a final diseharge from
my trust as Administrator.
Any person1 indebted to said estate
is notilied and required to make pay
|S FOR ONlE I
[NG IS BELIEV
OUR DRESSES BEFORI
FFER SOME AT $1.00
re made of Tricotine, T4
is season's styles and su
rices fron $5.98 to $12.
the regular sale price car
OK THESE DRESSES (
.D AT THE WONDER[
price I lot of Corsets
$3.98 to $8.98 sizes, low an
nid Mlisse.' $1.50, Special
nit at $1.9_ _
[Es, MISSS' Two beautifull
0E,-S Children 's II
,old dur'ing (hlie s1
.. .... ..$1.98 hig this sale
f GOODS ST(
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
NTO EFFECT J
prices make the Fo
)etroit, in the history
'8 . . 0 . . .
ns $70.00 and Demc
ith open type cars.
, remain the same.
LAURENS, S. C.
(Itily lirmen orC forI ver a.e!s t ,4.
A. D. Al!)I)N,
.lail. flth. I!122. - - A
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Toei LAXATIVE. 1IROMt) Q.1I INIK (Talplets.) it
ts tlt! ( 'Ouli mid Ieuhwhe ti d orit O k f it
Cold. :. W. GROVE'S signature on each box. ::to.
xffetas, Serges, Vel
itable for every oc.
98, and fhe woman
select another dress
)VER. YOU WILL
ill pink and white, all
d high ibusts, value
during sale .... .... 98c
A[ N]E1VY PRICES
lots of Womnn 's and
ats to select1 frolm. Dur
at .... .... .. 98c to $1.98
Laurens, S. C.
rd car the lowest
of the company: