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Gross HUI, Sept. 4.?Miss Louise
Memmenger of WiUlngton, S. C, visit
ed her alster, Mrs. Landon Reeder last
Misses Vlck and Elise Rudd of Salu
da were Cross Hill visitors last Wed
Mr. Hugh Learaan of Clinton spent
the past week with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. H. Leamun.
Mr. Jim Hltt has returned from the
Charlotte Auto school. Ho flinishod
the course and brought home his di
ploma signed by the president and
general foreman. He has done some
good work in that lino since he camo
Dr. C. H. Young was In town a fow
days ago. Ho was Baying good-bye to
his friends. Ho will return to tho
Medical College In Baltimore soon.
Miss Susie Dennis of Newberry, Ib
visiting her aunt, Mrs. R. T. HollingB
Miss Janle Ballew of Laurens, is
visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hill.
Mr- G. W. Taylor of Green rle spent
a few days with friends here last
week. He has just returned from an
extended visit to Europe.
Miss Sara Beeks returned from Co
lumbia last Wednesday. She had been
to visit her aunt, Mrs. W. C. Rasor
at the hospital. Mr. W. C. Rasor came
MJbb Bennle Brown was a Cross Hill
visitor last Thursday.
Miss Nannie Atchlson, youngest
daughter of Mr. James Atcldson. died
last Friday and was buried at Betha
bara on Saturday. Mr. Atchisou'b
many friends sympathl/.o with him
and his family in their affliction.
Mrs. W. T. Brown, wife of our
townsman, Mr. W. T. Brown died last
Thursday and was burled Friday. Mr.
and Mrs, Brown camo here a few years
ago from Anderson. Much sympathy
is felt for Iiim. He nnd his wife had
been married nearly fifty years. Sev
eral children and grandchildren are
left to mourn.
Crops aro going to be short again
and If the price of cotton and need does
not advance a great many will not pay
out, especially those who have made
unnecessary debts. Hero la a toast to
the "reliable man".
"Here's to the steadfast reliable man
The man with the. tongue, that Ib
Who won't promise to do |a:iy more
than he can
But who'll do what be says he'll do.)
"He may not be clever, he's often
Without even polish or air,
But, though it's not In him to 'put up
When you need him he's always
So here's to the mnn on whom ono
And here's to his lasting success,
May his species continue to multiply
And his shadow never grow less."
Waterloo, Sept. 2.?J. W. Ladd and
L. L. Dendy of Columbia spent the
past week in Waterloo.
. Mrs. J. M Pearce has retunred from
a visit to Atlanta.
Kdltor Wilson W. Harris of the
Clinton Chronicle was a Waterloo vis
itor this week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C .Smith were guests
of friends In Greenwood this week.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Smith of Colum
bia spent the past week in the York
Miss Luclle Harris of Clinton Is the
guest of MIes Nellie Henderson.
Marvin Whnrton of Columbia Is vis
iting friends in Waterloo.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Whnrton aro at
home from a visit to Columbia.
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Smith are spend
ing some time in Columbia
Theodore Garrett has bought the
James house and expect to move his
family to Waterloo about October 1st.
Miss Ida Mae Wharton Is at home
from a ten days' visit to friends at
More than 97 per cent, of the peo
ple In the United States have kidney
and bladdor trouble, and during the
past eight years Bloodlne Blood and
Kidney Tablets have cured 98 per
cent, of the cases treated with them.
They are guaranteed to cure all kid
ney and bladder troubles.
Laurens Drug, Co., Special Agents.
You can get a good sifter at ten
cents by coming to our ten cent coun
S. M. & E. H. Wllkes & Co.
GEN. BOOTH PREPARES FOR BLINDNESS
General William Booth, founder and head of the Galvatlon Army, Is pre
paring bravely and methodically for the blindness which, it Is feared, must
overtake him unless the wonderful operation to be performed In the autumn
Is successful. General Booth already has lost the sight of one eye, and the
other Is so enfeebled that he can hardly see. Every day the brave old man
of eighty-two has both eyes bandaged and thus walks about his home, famil
iarizing himself with the feel of objects which before long he may be unable
to see. If the operation Is unsuccessful and darkness falls completely, tho
general is determined It shall find him fighting still. If he cannot see with
hie eyes, he will see with hla fingers.
YOUR COTTON SEED!
I am going to make theLaurens Market
pay as much for cotton seed as any place
m the county. The market here has al
ways been just a little below other
places. But this season bring your seed
to Laurens and you will always get the
highest market price._
I will also unload your seed off your
R M, EICHELBERGER
Laurens, South Carolina
Tuesday, Sept. 12th.
Over the Cllnchfleld & Ohio Railroad.
From Laurens, -
Perfect order guaranteed. Ladies well protect
ed, two cars for reserved seats. Two nights and one
day in Johnson City. For further information apply
to Union Tickes Agent, Laurens, S. C.
This Is an all wool suit and Is made
by the best factory in New York,
guaranteed to hold as long as thero
Is a piece left .
We Have Bought
A big Lot of CLOTHING at just half price.
We are overstocked. We have more than
we have room for, so we are going to give
unusual Low Prices on it for next 2 weeks
You will be surprised to see such
high grade clothing at these, usual
low prices. Come, we must sell them.
$1.89 to $?.98
. We were lucky to get this lot of
othlng at the price.
You will find that wo can save you
from 11.00 to $2.00 on every suit in
1 i ??
If it has the
it is the best that
can be made,
and we have
all the advanced
styles in it and
will fit better
than any other
make, as it is
WE SELL FOR LESS $15 00
RED IRON RACKET
Cheapest House on Earth.
210 Laurens, S. C.
2000 pair Men's Pants. Big values
All kinds: 98c, $1.39, $1.98, $2.25
up to $5.00 for the $7.00 kind.
Red Iron Racket
Sells Pants for Less Money. Come and See.
Adltr-Collefian Clothes are the best
$11.00, $16.00, $20.00 and $25.00