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Cross Hill. Nov. 3.?Mr. Willie T.
Austin returned from Columbia list
week, at one of the hospitals in which
city lie had gone for surgical treat-]
ment. It is a source of much r< rret
to his many friends that there was a
necessity for such a course find It l>?
sincerely hoped that tho tri atau nt will
speedily restore former heakh nnd
Mrs. Luln Giiffln m at t'.ip Green
wood hospital for treatment. The re
ports coming from tho hospital an
nouncing hor Improve cent tire receiv
ed by her ktjmo people and friends
here with much rejoicing. She is ex
pected home in 0 week or so.
Dr. and Mrs. .lohn H. Miller have
retai ned from a pleasant drip to Mo
bile. Ala. Their travels during this
year seem to be a source of much on- ,
joymcnt, as well as Information, and
the doctor s t< mpcramoul has lost
^ none of its joviality, ncitlu r have his
social pleasure and conversational <!>?
llght waned In the least.
Miss Irene McDaniel of die Cross
Hill school a \.ded the state fair last
week. She returned delighted with
the resources and progress of the
Mrs. L. F. McSwain and children
also attended the State Fair and vis
ited her brother, Mr. Atma Martin, la i
i Ten days ago Dr. Otis Whit ton went
up to Pendleton to see his home folks
and to look after another very Impor
tant matter, lie returned last Tues
day bringing his bride with hhn, A
very pleasant* reception was given
thoul Friday evening at the homo of
Dr. and Mrs. (1. F. Klugh to which a
number of guests woro invited. Di.
I and Mrs. V. liitten have the congrat
ulations of ;.ll our people as well as
a cordial welcome in our midst. For
a. short while they will be at home to
their friends at the Davenport Board
Mr. Turner Martin of Ninety Six
was here Sunday visiting his sister,
Mrs. 1.. F. McSwain,
The first number of our Lyceum
course will be given next Thursday
evening, the Oth lust., at the school
auditorium. Dana Waiden, the ma
gician, will furnish this lir.-t attrac
tion which Is equivalent to saying
that something good is in store for
those who attend.
Misses Lenora and Gertrude Leamati
of Greenwood came over Saturday to
see their many relatives and friends.
Mr. and Airs. David Black have been
quite &iek for several days.
Strengthen Weak Kidneys.
Boa t Buffer longer with weak kid
neys. You e n get prompt relief by
t:ili:i.u' ISIottrlc Bittors, that wonder
ful roaiody praised by wotnon every
where. Start with a bottle today, you
will soon feel like a new woman with
ambition to work, without tear of pain.
Mr. .lohn Dowllnd cnV-San Francisco,
writes: "Gratltudu>ror the wonderful
effect of Electric ulttcrs prompts me
to write. Jt cured my wife when all
else tailed." Good for the liver as
well. Nothing better for indigestion
or biliousness. Price 50c and $1.00 at
1.aureus Drug 'Co. and Palmetto Drug
?Y?llnms' Indian Pile Ointment will cur?i
OIIp.J, Bleeding and Ilchlnu J/ilcs. It ub
iOTbS thu tinners, allays inJniii; lit OtlCO,
n.-is as a poultice, gives Mnstnut reibt.
Williams' Indian Pile ointment Is pre
pared tor Piles mid Itching of tin- private
nirts. Drueglsts. mail 60e nnd 51 00.
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Rabun, Nov. 3. ?A largo number of
people attended Robun Creek elm rob
Sunday morning to hear Rev. it l\
Mitchell, preach. .
Miss KlUo Roper after spending sev
eral weeks with Mrs. Charlie Roper
returned to her luv.no in lam-ens Sun
ii iy evening.
Miss l?dna Owoub spent several days
last week with her sister" Mrs. Claude
Wnsson of friendship community. . !
Mrs. Melvlnu Abercroinble, after
spoudlng several weeks with hcrehil-j
droit in Chattanooga, Tonn., returned I
to lior borne Saturday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Mabon ami lit- ,
tie daughtei Lois were \isitm.:; Mr.
ami Mrs. C. \. Uabb of Kden section
Mr. liaurens Mabon w;is in Laurens
Mr. ami Mrs. Leonard Abcrcromblo
are all smiles its a hoy.
Mrs. Houston Uabb and little daugli
tor, Mary Ruth spent several days
last week with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Helton Owens of ISden section.
Mr. JeilO Bolt Of Owlngs spent Sun
day with Iiis sister Mrs. Charte Saxon.
Well it is " later diguing" times in
this part of the country.
Mr. John Armstrong of l.tun-ns
I spent Sunday ami Sunday night with
Mr. and Mrs. Hrook* Nash.
Mr. (.aureus M \. 0u Was the visitor
of Mi'.-m s Sloan ..:t I Ncsbttt Mahon.
trs i: sum n: < t im
I V S KIM W II 1^ Ii M>
S> hen "Pape'? IMnpcpsln'' Iteaehes
Stomach all I ud igest Ion, this and
Sum m os Disappears.
You don't want a slow rcmod.t w In n
your stomach is had or an uncertain
one or a handful one your stomach
is too valuable; you mustn't Injure it
with drastic drugs.
I'apo's Dlapepsln is noted for Its
speed In giving relief; its harmless
ness: its certain unfailing action in
regulating sick, sodr. gassy stomachs,]
hs millions oVyciires In indlgesi on,
dyspepsia. gastritis and other stomach]
trouble has made its famous the world
Keep this perfect hUmuicIi doctor in
your home keep ii huud> get a
large llfty-coiil case from any drug
store and then If anyone should eat
! something which doesn't agree w ith
them; If what they eai lays like lead,
ferments and sours ami forms gas;
causes headache, dizziness and nan
sea: orUCtatlons Of aria and undigest
ed food remember as soon as Pane's
Dlanopsht comes In contact with the
stomach all such distress vanishes.
Its promptness, certainty ,un| ease in
overcoming the worst stomach disor
ders Is a revelation to those who try
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I Dl \ NOTKS.
l'Mcn. Nov. The Kdcn school will
open this morning with Mrs. Km ma
lioper as principal,
Chnrlto llrooks spent the week-end
Several ol the conimunlt> attended
the fair at Columbia last week.
Zltnmic Keckes and mother were in
baurens Monday on business.
|>r. .1. W Itcason's lather and moth
er of Woodruff are spending a while
\ nib rose Holder had a tenant house
to burn up Saturday (tight.
I'. W. \l titlffo> was a business vis
itor In baurens Snlurda.\.
W It, Owen . .in.) M V Hehler are
on the Sick list Ulis Wirk
eason Is Here
THE WISE BUY EARLY!
Why Wait for the Odds and
Ends When the Very Cream of the Season's Stock is Yours
There's just one thing to be gained by putting off
Purchasing and That's Disappointment.
Select Your Coat Suit and Coat Now
We are proud of this Splendid Line of Fall Suits for it's the Largest and
Most complete Assortment of Tailored Garments we have ever shown here.
You will find hero all the New Materials, all the New Designs and Styles ex
actly as you would have, and the prices are considerably lower, values con
sidered, than you can hope to find elsewhere. Handsome Tailored Suits of
lh< G l ? ' $7.50, $10.00, $12.50, $15.00 and $17.50
'Tis time for every Man and Boy to buy their Fall Suils and Rasor, An
derson & Denny's is the Place. Why? Because we have just the suit you are
looking for. "Fit you to a T." We have the Largest Variety of Styles,
Colors and Weaves than can be found els< where. Every suit < U < n the Racks
and you can almost wait on yourself. No trouble. Come in and l< I us show
you through and you will be convinced that you can save money by buying here.
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ring Your Boys Here Shoes! Shoes!! Shoes!!!
Realizing that the Boys of to-day are
Men of to-morrow, this store specializes
Boys' Stylish Apparel. The Young Amer
ican Boy likes to pattern after his father'
in Clothes as well as Habits.
We are sole agents for the famous
Snellenburg Suits for Boys. Allow the
ambitious youngsters to have that manly
appearance so much desired at minimum
Prices from $1.50 to $6.75
It is heavy Underwear Time and we
are prepared to show you any kind of
wool or cotton Underwear for Men,Women
and Children at Rock Bottom Prices. See
the line before you buy.
Our shelves are loaded down from
bottom to top with the best Shoes that
money can buy. You can save money on
your shoes here, and can find just what
you want. Style, comfort and durability
are found in every pair. Bring "Your
Feet to Us. We are Fitters cf Feet."
Ask to see the New Embroideries,
Fancy Neckwear. And don'I forget the
We assert, without fear of successful contra
diction, that we have one of the most complete
lines of Heavy and Fancy Groceries to be had in
Laurens or Newberry counties. Prices as low as
the lowest consistent with good quality. Also a
complete line of Hardware and Farm Supplies.
These chilly nights suggest the need
of more Blankets. We are in position to
save you money in this line. Wool Nap
Blankets at $7.50 per pair. Genuine Wool
Blankets from $3.00 to $10.00 per pair.
We give S. <& H. Green Trading Stamps
On all cash purchases on Dry Goods side.
Cross Hill, S. C.
The Busy Store The Busy Store