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CROSS HILL FACTS.
J'Dworth League Organised Lust Sun
dnj?New Store Opened.
Cross Hill, Oct 24.?Dr. Gllliard of
the Methodist church lectured here the
fourth Sunday and organized an Bp
worth league with .Miss Wllmer Ram
?y as president.
Paymaster Samuel McGowan of the
linked States navy was witli relatives
here last week.
Mr. .lohn Smith who lives near town
has been quite ill for some weeks. He
[IOCS not improve as his friends could
wish and they are apprehensive about
; i ; condition.
Mr. Dick Coats is at home after sev
eral weeks* treatment at a hospital
In Columbia and submitting to a se
I'ious operation. His friends hope he
will soon he well again.
Miss Kate Addison of Ninety Six was
with friends here last Sabbath.
Mr. S. D. Austin has opened up goods
in the Miller store room on West
bide of railroad.
Mrs. Sal lie Nance of Due West is
vi-dting her sister, Mrs. N. 1. Williams
and other relatives in town.
Mr. aud Mrs. Charlie Spearman of
Anderson were with relatives here
last week. Mrs. Spearman Is an ac
? neplished musician. She gave a
piano recital at the school auditorium
Thursday evening which was enjoyed
by all present.
"My Wife's Pa mil).'*
\ musical farce .comedy said to be
if tnusual excellence, will be the at
li ion at the city opera house Th?rs?
J .. October 27. Managers Mabb and
ly having been fortunate in se
( ig the three net farce comedy,
?'M;. Wife's Family" the combined work
lal Stephens and Harry Fin ton,
essful writers of that style of en
t ? Inmeilt. This merry concoction
01 i in. music and amusing frivolity,
v..?, greeted by warm praise wherever
?nted last season, as the jolllest,
<?'. lest and liveliest of comedies seen
In 1 e musical world, a constant crea
t )?? >f laughter that is simply Issesls
The comedy apepals to all 'hat
> -'dined, while the musical numbers
ill of the jingling whistling order.
T! e company presenting "My Wife's
r. iiy" was selected *o,r oncjt person's
; ? ral ability to assume the various
characters asigned t>) them, with the
VS.K It that it is one of the best drilled
organizations on the road today. The
^ .;- lining, electrical and staiie effects
are correct in every detail. The at
lion is under the management of
Y "ace R. Cutter and Includes Myrtle
Bidden, the lnugh-provoklng come
ATHLETICS AHE . CHAMPIOKS.
(bleu go Nationals Outclassed In Four
ont of Five Games?
Chicago. October 23.?The baseball
Championship of the world belongs to
the Phlladcplphla Club of the Ameri
can league. They clinched the big
pennant fast today with seven runs to
two for the Chicago Nationals, and
there was none in the big overflow
crowd to say that they bad not won
it fairly and squarely1.
Five games were played, and the
Eastern youngsters took four of them
by out-batting, outllelding and outrush
ing the veteran Chlcagoaiis. They
"got the jump" at the start, and. al
though Chicago punctuated their pro
gress with a defeat yesterday, it really
didn't change the situation a bit.
The Philadelphians were due. They
won the American League banner in
1902, but there was no world's series
that year. Five years ago the New
York Nationals were too strong for
them. So. in this year of grace it was
not In the cards that they were to be
Simplifies Cost of Living.
While the series was not the most
profitable ever played, it helps to
simplify the high cost of living prob
lem confronting even such heroes as
the Philadelphians, to say nothing of
the Chicagoans, with winter coining
on. The players' share of the money
amounts to $7i?.071 .93. Of this 60 per
cent, or $47,443.16 goes to the winners,
and $31,628.77 to the losers. As there
are twenty-three players on each team
eligible to participate, each of the
PhiladolphiaU8 is entitled in round
numbers to $2,062 and each Chicagoan
1 to $1,375.
j The players shared in today's re
ceipts by courtesy of the managements
of the two clubs, who conceded that
If today's receipts should be larger
than these of any previous day. the
I smallest receipts should h - considered
j as accruing to the IIftil game, and the
Sunday receipts accredited to the
fourth contest, the last in which the
players had a financial share.
For You lo .Indue.
Thousands of gallons of the L. & M.
Paint are produced in one operation
by machinery, only chemically pure
<(dor Is used. The actual cost of F.
A M. is only about $1.30 per gallon
when the job is llnished. Will you
depend upon this product. Ojl" a paint
made by costly hand labor in a pot
with a stick, producing a row gal
lons at a time; and at that very like
ly made in it h common earth paints,
ami questionable quality Linseed Oil.
The F. M. Paint is sold by .1. II. .V
M, L, Nash. I.aureus, I. W. Copelnild
TRIPLETS THREE TIMES.
Cleveland Woman also Mother of Four
Pairs of Twins.
Cleveland. Ohio, October 23.?Too
late for the census but .earnestly doing
her share in Cleveland's remarkable
growth. Mrs. Win. C. Clark, a Lake
Side avenue matron, Friday became
the mother of her third set of triplets.
Today, busy at her housework, she
showed the family Bible, which dis
played the fact that she also is the
mother of four pairs of twins, and
that she herself is the on:y sister of
Two pairs of twins and one set ol
triplets were born during Mrs. Clark's
first marriage and the remainder of
seventeen children came in groups
during 1km- second marriage.
See the good values we offer in
comforts and blankets.
b. M. & E. H. Wllkes & Co.
Lawn Mixtures and
Blue Grass, Rye,
Barley, Oats, Wheat,
Lucerne, Red, Crim
son and Burr Clover
Seeds, Vetch, Pearl
Laurens, S. C.
We are ready as never before to aid you in buying your
fall goods. Everything in our store is marked at its lowest
value, it will pay you to drop in and investigate further.
Newest Creations in Clothing
Vou've seen Grays, Hlues and Browns
but never such beautiful shades and stun
ning mixtures as we are showing.
Suits 5.00, 6.00, 6.50, 7.50 8.00, 10.00,
12.50. 15.00, 16.50, 18.00, 20.00, 22.50,
25.00. Nowhere else will your clothes
money go so far.
Shoes for Men and Boy's
The sensible Shoe is the one that is
neat, dressy and comfortable, we have
Men's .Shoes 1.25 to 6.50
Boy's Shoes 1.25 to 3.50
A full line of Underwear, .Shirts,
Neckwear and Mufflers.
Just received a big line in White*,
Gray, Gray with Red and Blue. See
them 1.00, 1.25, 1.50, 2.00, 2.50
Rain and Storm Coats
We have what you want at the price
you want it, see us before buying.
Rain Coats in Gray and Black $10 to 12.50
Storm Coats in Gray and Black $10 to 12.50
When you buy a pair of Odd Pants
you want a lit and stylish pattern as wi ll
as wear. Come here and you can lind all
in one linn 1 .no to 6.50
When in town let your wants be known at the
Tribble Clothing Co.
The Up=to=Date One Price Clothiers
Others advertise stock that is 15 to 2O years old and claim others are selling junk. Our stock is all
new and high grade goods, so come and see for yourself and don't be fooled by those who advertise with
out a guarantee. We guarantee everything we sell in this sale just as represented or your money back.
Specials in Ladies' White Waists, worth 75c
to $2.50 each, to sro at a o ~ 4 < 1
during this sale.".**OC ctilU I.IV
Special in Ladies' Corsets, worth 25c, big 4 (\n
Extra Heavy Blankets, cotton, dark shades, all
large sizes, worth $1.75, a special 1 1 ?
. at this sale. I ? IV
Extra heavy large size Wool Blankets in new
light coiors, pink, blue, etc., all go a$l
at per pair. ... -tw.T-O
Lace Curtains in Nottingham Patterns and full
length, 2 1-2 yards, worth $1.00 a ^ZQr
pair, all go at. OVC
Ladies' and Misses' Wool Sweater Coats that
others " sell for $4.50 and $3.50, special
aturingthissale 2.48 and 1.98
Special in Ladies' Corset Covers, 50c grade, and
Ladies' Drawers, white linen, during
this sale all go at -^/C
Ladies'Up-to-DateMillinery in this sale, don't
fail to see the latest styles in Ladies' High Grade
Hats, all new arrivals. During this sale al
W. H. ASHEND0RF
Look for the Red Signs
2 Doors West of Post Office
Laurens, S. C. if