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* COL) POINT NEWS. *
Cold Point, 'May 5.-3r. and Mrs. J.
W. McGuire, of Clio, came down Sun
day to see Air. 0. C. Duncan. -Ar. Mc
CuIre left 'Monday for Scholt, N. C.,
on business. Mrs. lcGuire will spend
some time with relatives here.
Mr. Clyde Chapman is at home from
Mr. Guy A. Moore has his discharge
from the army and has been calling on
friends here. Hle also visited relatives
In Augusta and Atlanta.
,Mrs. Will Nelson, of Woodruff, spent
last, week with 'Mrs. John Casey Nel
Air. A. 1). )uncan and son. H-. P., of
Greenwood county, spent Sunday with
Mr. 0. 1C. Duncan.
Mr. and Mrs. larry Goetz went to
Laurens today to do 4ome shoppng.E.
Mr. 11. F. Wheeler has gone to
Greenwood today on buiness.
Mirs. Tom Duncan and little daugh
ters, Rbachel and 'Mildred, Spent Sun
day with Mr. and -Mrs. Joe C. Weeks,
JOHN A. HOLLAND,
The Greenwood .Piano Man.
The faugest dealer in -musical, instru
ments in Wester flouth, Carolina. Sells
pianos, self-play r -pianos, organs and
@owing machines. Reference: - The
auink of Greenwood the oldest and
strongest Bank in dreenwood.iCounty,
Capt. Shaw E. Cunningham Is at
home on a furlough from P'hiladel-phia.
lie has been in the hospital there
and we are glad to see him again.
Quite a number enjoyed Capt.
Richey's talk last night at Mt. Pleas
M1'r. H-. C. Duncan came over from
Union Saturday to see his'father. He
M1r. John loore, of Augusta, Ga.,
was here londay on business.
We are getting a fine stand of cot
ton and can soon start. the "Liberty
cotton chopper". Quite a number here
have them and believe they twill do
OAKVILJX NEWS. *
Oakville. M1ay 5.-The farmers of
!iis section have been 1working early
and late in the p1eparation and .plant
ing of the crops. Some are now ready
Sunday morning Rev. Mr. Copeland
greeted a good crowd and held services
at the school house. Ills sermon was
to the point and instructive.
The box supper at. the schoolhouse
was a success. A nice sum was real..
ized from the boxes, ice cream,. etc.
One cake which was baked and pre
sented to the school by Mriss Nora Mic
Daniel brought $10.00.
1iisses Wolff and Abrams had as
their guests Thursday 'Misses Lyda
Coates and Margaret alcDaniel and
lessrs. Sam Earl 'McDaniel, J. D. Wil
liams and J. O'l)ell. They entertained
Siisses Phenie and Edna Lizzie -Lat
imer called on lisses Wolff and
Abrams Friday afternoon.
Mrs. M. E. McDaniel, Sr., had as din
ner guests Sunday, msses Wolff,
Abrams, Coates and Margaret MecDan
lei and Mr. S. E. 'IcDaniel.
Mirs. Davies and family, of H1onen
Path, were visiting her daughter, 'Irs.
C. Q. 'McDaniel, 'Sunday.
As Friday. May 9th, is to be the clos
ing of the school for this session, the
patrons and friends of the school are
invited to attend -a picnic with the
children at the schoolhouse. A basket
dinner will be served. Several speak
ers have been invited, so we have -pros
pects of various -entertainment.
W E N BROS. MARBLE
& GRANITE CO.
)ealers in everythizt.for the ceme
rue largest and best ,equipped mon
ental mills in the Carolinas.
EENWOOD, - - S. C.
LIEIGH. . . - . N. .
RlEA (UIVES VIEWS
AS TO RAILWAYS
Pennsylvauia President Urges Enrly
Iteturi. Would See Changes,
St. Louis, April 30.-Adequate re
venues on which railroad credit may
be strengthened; responsible national
regulation founded on equitable legis
lation and authority to consolidate
"with any other railroad corporations"
was recommended as the remedy for
the raiload sitnation by Samuel lea,
pesident of the Pennsylvania Rail
road Company speaking tonight before
the U'nited States Chamber of Com -
ieree. 11e urged return of tie roads
to their owners and favored regula
tion of securities and regulation of
wages, owith emiployee, ellployer and
con suimer represented.
William C. Itedfield, secretary of
comimlerce. in an address today fore
salw the development or a iew spirit
of Cooperation in business which will I
ehminate the a'buses of unrestrained
conpetition and close comibinatlori.
10dward N. lurley, elairman of the
U' nited SZtates shipping board express
ed conivietion that America can com
pete with foreign countries in ship
building costs and in operation of the
bottoms as well.
"I can not accel)t the prolosition
Ihat tihe public interests will Ihe so
well received or guarded under gov
erinent ownershiil)," Mr. lea said.
"Our history and the experience here
and abroad. is conclusive that bureau
cracy, increased expenses, lack of en
terp'ise and failure of initiative fol
low either government ownership or
* (TROSS HILL NEWS. *
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Cross Hill, (May 5.-At a congrega
tional meeting Sunday morning of
Liberty Springs Presbyterian -church
two elders were elected to fill the va
cancies causedl'by the recent deaths of
l',IThers "W. M. "Miller and 1. T. Simp
son. 'Alessrs.',W. H. Leaman and S. A.
Leaian, two brothers, were elected.
'The dlosing exereises of Cross 1ill
sahool Will be held on Tuesday, May
27, at -which 'time four puPils of the
tenth grade, two boys and two girls,
will graduate. 'Capt. John J. McSwain
d4f Greenville, will deliver the address.
Miss ,ItldreU 'Wilson of the lCroas
Hill school spent the week-end with
her ,parents In 'Newberry. She car
ried with her an guests from Cross
Hill, Misses Mary Hill, Faith Clayton
anti Annabel Hill.
8-IST NOT 'LKELY
TO RETURN SOON
Ooing Into Gerlany for Stay of Five
or Six Months, Writes .Major Aileit.
Jist when the Sist division, which
was trained at Camp Sevier, and
which contains a great many imeii of
the Piedmont section, will ref to
America seems to be a mat tel of con
siderable dloutlt. I setters recently PUbi
l ished inl a ipaller of tis sectlion froim
some mnembhers of tile dlivision Ind i
cated thait tile Wild Cats w..oul~ sootn
ret urn home11, butt tIs ilnformatijon
seems to be err'loneouis, atccording to a)
let ter' recelivedt ill GreenCClwood W\ednes('
day 1,y -.lrs. A\. i'. .\lenissick, frm
.\ajor All en, (of tile Sist.
Ill is let Iter, wh' Iieb 'wats daited ' April
12th1, Mlajor Allen slted that at fihe
11111e lhe wrote tile S 1st was prep'taring
lto go to Germanliy to bi' a Parl of thle
armily of OCut'li~tion tot live ori six
11o1nthIs. If this initfirmti on is tot'
relt, tile dlivision (aln hlardly get home1
betfoire the ('n(1 of the yeari.
A31llivA OWE: FltA NtE
lDE WiT ''1 (OltATil'l'1 i'E
Tile imfortafnt ita -ance't has iplay
ed inl tis w.ar' anld :. awfttl sacrificle
of' btlood are 1not tile on13'lyeasonls we
shou11 ll he gualtefull 10 her1. .iaany lives
itand(1so t sug ical operat ionls preven Ilted
In thi s fcounltlrylts by al Frenc asantil
remedy' for1' l stomach, liver intest(inl
tetal ileents imporeand I soi-lditmd
the a of P .\ay'E onderfl Itemed
by Geo.' WII \ayr proint [hkicag
hemit. Ir isi timpStle, harmess pr
aran lthao ~t emoves1 tile ten01rthae
mucuslll fromthe10 lttestona l tait and Wa
praciiitialetllhlstomah, tliveayr an in-~l
l'esinltco ai ltsi'a incluig a ppenii-g
til' tOe ldolltse111 wilteronincei or mhn
Th14 e P('aI'llns Drugl Co.s' li iiS an Wru:iits1
411y Yay it Complete Holiday in Berlin
Berlin, May 1.--The ilrat of Nlay
brought with it for the flrst time the
almost complete obsorvance of the
workers holiday in Berlin. Nearly all
means of communication were shut
lown and factories, shops, and res
taurants twere closed, the only excep
tion being the small businesses con
dlueted personally by the owners and
their families. Walks en masse were
indulged in to the suburbs by the pop
ulace. Up to the early afternoon no
incidents had occurred.
Ice Cream Festival.
There will be an lee cream festival
given iby the La(ies llssionary society
at Ora on W. 13. Blakely's lawn Thurs
day night froi S to II o'clock. 'T'le
public is cordially invited.
Of NAUS[A AND
Medicinal Virtues Retained
and Dangerous Qualities
Semoved - New Variety,
Called Calotabs, is Great
Favorite With Physicians
The latest triumph of modernai phar
macy is the new nausealess calonel
known to the drug trade as "Calotabs".
Calomel, the most generally useful of
all inedicines thus enters upon a wider
field of popularity-purified and refin
ed fron those objectionable qualities
which have hereto fore limited its use.
In biliousness, constipation, head
ache, and indigestion, and in a great
variety of liver, stomach and kidney
troubles calomel was the dhly success
ful remedy but its use was often neg
lected on account of Its sickening
qualities. Now it is the easiest and
most pleasant of! all medicinea to
take. One Calotab on the tongue at
bedtime., with a swallow of water,
that's all. No salts, no griping, no
nausea, no danger of salivation. A
good night's sleep and the next morn
ing you are feeling fine, with a clean
liver and a big appetite. Eat what
Calotabe are sold only in original
sealed packages, price thirty-five
cents. Your druggist offers to re
fund the price as a guarantee that you
'will be throughly delighted with Cal
Crepes, - .
Silks - - .. .
CH NE TIE
paternsd as well
SAVE Ae LEZATHER
LIQUIDS am/ PASTES :For BlackWhile,Tanand
Ox-Blood (dark brown) Shoes
KEEP YOUR SHOES
-AoFF.DALLEY CORPORATIONS LTD. BUFFALO, N.Y.
When sending for
Meal and Hulls do
not forget that we
are selling for cash
Laurens Oil Mill
~* - -
nd juttergh lte hr oh
nd jto the0 right Clotht es er -.r th.0
0 to 4.00' Straws - - - 2.00 to 6.00
.00 to $2.50 Lisle and Fibre Silk 50c and 75c
S- - 4.00 Pure Thead Silk 75c and $ .00
CALL ON USPHOENIX SOX
MAN SHOP Dem Suit Rente
Wo organa of the huiiiman body are so Get aome C17D) 'MEDAL Haarlem Oil
imnortnint to he-aith nut long lifo .iz the Coa at o r
ki-ineywv:. When th, y - " i Com- irs at once. They are an old, tried
melico to lag in t heir' duie, look out! preparation used A)1 over tho world for
i ril out what t ir--6th uin .: iut eonturqiqa. *ly contali only old-fash
delay. Whenever you feeIl i. -ois, Ioned, -Aoothait; oil otlahinod with
weak, dizzy. suffer from nicopiesuess, itrengtA i and systsem--olean sing
or hit ve :alnv in the - -wiake up herabs, eIl ;.,vwI and ueiO by phyii
nt On-ce. Y ur IC Ic I .1 help. Tnese cin I Y /n :hi r da.ily prai tice. ( LiD
are signa to w:ar .oa t yotr kid- Ml L f rien Oil Capstilo.9 are im
neys aro oot ;'e:forrming t'heir funic. inarted dlt from the lahboiratorh-s in
tions pilo rl-v. T'IeY a rI. only hal1 f iola'id ; -ire i'onvlnh,-lat to take,
doing ti.,!r work i t I : rf lowJving Im- and wilt eitner give pronpt. relief or
puriti, ' to acc:tini...te '.. hI coiver- yoir runn 'v w'ill lie refiun ed. Ask for
ed lilto Uie acih andi a ..er poisonsw, thet at aiv d:,iir store,. ut h roire to
which are ctusin g you ilt tt ri.ssi ani will i "t tlhe orijg ii:I -p;ortiId GOLD
(lestroy yuu uanliss they are driven I.itAl, htait. ..c00yr Io iubtitutes.
fromn vour tjy;alem. In iel paclkags. 'im. ilzs.
97ul f avor
Every pound of Luz
lanne Coffee comes
tyou in an air-tight
tin can, The original
goodness of the coffee
is all there- sealedjI
Luzianne retains its
flavor. Nh r i
OUANAtNTEMI It. alter usn n tr on'
tents o I tho cani accordi. 1rel~n n
fla or. You " rc not satisfil. In ery respet, your
grocer will rutand the monoy you paid forIt.
The Reily-Taylor Company