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* SULPHUl SPRINGS NEWS *
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Suliphur 'Springs, March 13.-We are
Ihaving considerable rain and the
farmera are somewhat ibehind vilth
preparations for their orops.
There seems quite an opidemic of
lagril)pe or flu in our midst. Most
'every one seems to have been attacked.
Among the more serious are Mr. and
'Mrs. John 1C. Smith, Misses Ruth and
Tay Hill, Mr. and 'Mrs. John H. Whar.
,ton, Jr., and numerous others not so
)serious. Our efficient physician, Dr,
J. L. Fennell, 'has been kept quite busy
-and all are much 'better.
Messrs. Sam and Preston Williams
rave moved their saw mill to Mr. Jim
mie J. Hill's place and are now saw
Ing for the public. As a result there
are quite a lot of now buildings going
The small grain seems to be dolin
-well, especiatly oats, and we lool
forw'ard to a bountiful harvest, aE
there is large acreage iplanted.
As the results of the recent rainf
we alive several bridges down, anc
0ur roads 'are in very -bad conditior
to the chagrin of our R. F. D. carriers
Messrs. W. D. MdPherson and Jo(
Saxon visited their aunt, Mrs. J. Al
Winn, in Laurcis, Saturday night ai
reported a pleasant visit.
Mr. PIope Chapman, of Cold Point
spent Saturday night and Sunday witl
his friend, i'. Robert L. McPherson
Mr. Du'Pree Shaw and 'his sister, o
Stony Point, were the spend-the-da
'guests at Mr. J. W. Cannon's Sunday
Miss Floride Martin has returne
iomie after a short visit in Laurene
Our heartfelt sympathy goes ou
to the b:ereaved parents and family o
our schoolmate and life-long friend
Charles F. Beeks, of old Brewertor
Charlie was a good boy, an upright citi
zen, a true friend, and a Christla1
| FRIDAY and
Note the Ei
We have lots
also Coat Suits in
day of this week i
We 'are sorry -to know that Mr. Wal
ter Saxon, of -Hickory Tavern, is no
better, but we hope for his speedy re
We are also very sorry to learn of
the accident of Mr. :Preston Smith, of
Waterloo. He was very seriously hurt
when his car overturned with him.
His collar bone nwas -broken in three
places, requiring him to go to the hos
vital for treatment.
Misses -Lyda and. Sarah .McPherson
were the guests of Miss -Pamile Wil
lIanis Wednesday night, of the Oak
The Mt.,Pleasant high school is look
ing forward to an entertainment at
the school house on the thirty-first of
March, to which the public Is cordial
ly invite( to attend. A good time is
promised -to 'both old and young.
Mr. Claude Finley visited his father,
Capt. John R. Finley, of Madden, Sun
* 01t088 HILL NEWS
Cross Hill, March 11.-Rev. an(
Mrs. J. G. Wilson have moved to Simp
sonville where Mr. Wilson has accept.
cd a call. They have many friend.
here who regret their departure, but
rwish for them much success in thell
Our citizens are looking forward t(
a series of entertainments to be giv
. en .)y .the Piedmont Evening Star Fes
C tival. The first attraction will be giv
r en on March 11 at the school audi
I Mr. Wade Gregory was called to Ala
. baia last week on account of th
t sudden death of his brother.
f -Miss 'Lola Boyce, who has been a
Mars Hill during the winter is at hom,
for a rest.
-Mrs. D. Goodman, who has been 01
I the sick list is improving.
Mr. Frank Miller has opened up
ttr Specials Wh
of new things to show y<
all the newest models.
ye will allow you 10 per
SPECIAL FOR F
S One lot Gingham :
going while they last
Friday P. ]
Now is the time t
RM and this week we ar<
' partment Special Pric
Sof the famous Modarl
SelIs. Included in th4
Note the special p
SAll $6.00 to $7.00 Coi
SAll $4.50 to $5.50 Col
All $8.50 to $4.00 Col
SAll.$8.00 Corsets .
n All $2.50 Corsets .. . .
Al .0Cre~--All $1.50 Corsets .. --
jOne lot Ladies' Si
and gray; worth up t
day afternoon from
gasoline station. His neat building 1
adds much to the appearance of our
.Mr. and Mrs. H. E'. :IHitt spent Mon- 1
day in Newberry.
The body of .\rs. Rebecca Salter, I
who died at her home at Greenwood
Wednesday, was brought to Souls
Chapel for interment Friday.
,Mr. Chas. Pinson has returned from
a trip to Charleston.
Mr. M. G. 'Hanna is visiting rela
tives in town -before going to Atlanta
to accept a position.
The basket ball team of the Cross
Hill high school has iplayed a number
of interesting games recently, and of
course usually victorious.
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* JONES NEWS *
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Jones, March 11.-We were so sorry
to hear of the recent death of Mrs. W.
J. McGee of Columbia. She spent the
most of her life in this ;ection and
was held in the highest astecm by
all of her acquaindUCtes. We never
had a better friend and sympathize
most tenderly with the sorely bercav
Mr. M. B. AlcCuen, of 'Williamston,
recently visited his son, George. His
friends iwill be j)leased to hear that his
health has greatly Improved.
We were very sorry to hear of the
tragic death of Mr. Meadors \William
son. He was the son of the lamented
John Williamson, who was born and
reared here. We never had a better
friend than John Williamson and our
- tenderest sym)athy goes out to the
3 bereaved family of his son.
Born to Mr. and MIrs. Willliam Hast
t ings, March Ist, a son.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. William South
Mlarch 5th, a son, William Howard
-Mr. Claud Reeves, of Anderson,
spent the week-end with his mother,
are Offering f<
See These Big
u in our Ready-to-Wear
Included in these are the
cent off on all new Sprin
to 5 O'Clock
Dresses, worth up to $6.00,
d., 2 to 5 O'Clock.
o get a new Spring Corset,
Soffering in our Corset De
es. We have a big shipment
, Corsets in all thd new mod
~se new models is the long
lar this season.
sets........ -.....- ......... 5.75
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to 5 O'Clock
1k Hose in white, black, tan,
o $2.50, going Special Satur
to 5 o'clock for
he hour and be here.
Larn-es' Beet Store
drs. Nettie Reeves, of Ware Shoals.
'Mr. John Drake represented Brewer
on Lodge, and 'Mr. John D. Sullivan
epresented Ware Shoals Lbdge, in
the .recent communication of the
'irand 'liodge In Charleston.
The friends -of Mr. Charley Beeks
will be pained to learn that he passed
may on the 6th inst. The tenderest
yipathy of every one goes out to his
widow, childi'en, father, brothers and
ssters in their sure bereavement.
-Rev. and Mrs. Harley and Mrs. 0. L.
Jrahan were elected delegates to the
State lunday School convention at
Ware Shoals is maintaining a good
cotton market and Is drawing cotton
from every direction.
We had the pleasure of hearing Rev.
J. W. Dallas preach a siplendid sermon
at Ware Shoals on the first Sunday.
We recently met the following
friends: P. 1. 'Devore, Leonard
McNinch, Jas. Sproles and 'Charlie
Tribble, of Greenwood; John Morrison,
of Honea Path; W. P. Williamson, of
)onalds; .i. M. Wasson, of Laurens;
Perritt Ridgveway and Frank Nash, of
'Princeton, and Rev. Frank BraimieL
and son, Ben, of McCormick.
"Pape's Diapepsin" gives
Relief in Five Minutes
444***+*4+4 . ..... 1 i++**"4*4 4+I+H".
"Pape's Diapepsin" is the quickest,
surest relief for Indigestion, Gages, Fla
tulence, Heartburn, Sourness, Fermenta
tion or Stomach Distress caused by acid
ity. A fev tablets give alnost imme
diate stomach relief and shortly the
stomach is corrected so you can eat fa
vorite foods without fear. Large case
costs only few cents at drug store. MI
lions helped annually.
n d S
)r the Week-En
Department. See the bi
Tweed Suits, that are sU
g wearing apparel; also
Crepe de Chine
We have a few pieces <
Georgette Crepe left, prici
$1.50 quality Single Sh
9-4 Bleached Sheeting,
day and Saturday
Nice Bleached Pillow ']
worth 50c, Special Friday
Good quality Bleachini
ty, going-Friday and Satu
8 Yards f
Best quality Bleaching
ing Friday and Saturday:i
One lot new and best
35e; going Special Friday
4 Yards I
All 25c quality Percak
See the beautiful Emb
the new Spring shades, g
i..fualit Merle it 5
The ti-e mileege
is unusually high
Sedan $1.140, Coupo $1280, Touring Car $88,),
Roadster $850, Panel Biusiness Car, $980,
Screen Business Car $880, F. 0. 13. Factory.
EASTERBY MOTOR CO.
Phone 200 Public Square
9Q' FRIDAY and
1. Come With Your Friends
.autiful Spring Capes, Coats and other wraps;
ch a fad this season. On Friday and Satur
ill new Spring Dresses---Friday and Saturday.
f Crepe de Chine and
1s up to $2.50 a yard,
eets, Special Friday and
price 75c, Special Fri
ubing, 45 inches wide,
, 121-2c and 15c quali
or $1.00 :
worth 25c and 35c, go
quality Gingham, price
, Gingham and Lad-and
roidered Organdies in all