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ITYS NE.CES ,
This Is the
TRUE, LOYAL, F
irome Service, the large st. ti
all Red Cross werk, v. as'ereated
peoplo to sei'Ve (1e1 and ever Vo
possible, of FATi'HZR, HUSJANIL
proteet. atrd upb Inth standiards
And co-operation (.f cvcry man, i
'The normal life of a nation
d s vpo:t tit(he fr:I;ly stat ; wi
fickir .iMY a,,d N.\VY. te.n111
muityIN r'I.ms ha ;1q ne iInmdre'Ad I
1ON, lM PI.OYM1I ENT and I0E(A1I1
'nother and n tecess I he wholc
Sa a: "Nay, t ah
take aay ho,1 . . e'na )do tai
You tal ' my lihe. . . a u do I
'Red r ws assu< I the enlisted t
made strotnger by (siablishing thi
the coling-- gencrat"ion van meet
are being inevitably placel upon t
Call you then CaH yotrself
AMd.ER.ICAN CITIZi-:N. if you sit 1b
iles of YOL'R 0 11'.11-AZA anld S.\l
AND WI LL NOT. GIV E TII' SlKII
at loni and sa:0s: "W ille one
servin' oi he pr,: :ion (o tho po
ttllia ity (itan-: that each
fars and cents in, iln ' :-n for whal
now is Ih time to n1t: npol next
Whi the iU'N ik standiig on y
aisters. blot haers and chilrn'4 , it v
-we come face to tm e w ith prepart
:s the timea to v.it ou1rselves of I
the next great war--l1ECONSTI'(
If you think you are doing yol
vance. The s
they will be g4
Iinc'lluig '-pjingI~. Ce
Snits, Smilk Dre sses.Vo
Skirts, Wool Skir'ts,
$8.50) Wool Skir ts ..
$6~'.50) W\ool Skirt I'..
$5.00) Wool Skirmtsa- ...
$3.50 Wash Skirts ...
$3.00) Wash Ski rts ..
$1.25 Wash Skirts ...
$(i.50 GJeorget te \Vaists
$5.00) Georgette Waists
$I350 Crepe de Chinec W
$1.75 'Miiddies ........
$1.50 Middies ........
*1.25 -Middies ........
$1.00) Middies ........
$1.25 Un ion Suits ....
$1.00 Uijaon $uits ....
75e Union Suits ....
Boy 's 75e Union Suits
Boy 's 50e U~nion Suits
Meni's $1.00) Drawers.
Men's~ 75e Druawers
Men's 50e Shirts and Drt
rIAL -I WINS
Motto of Every
v muost im)portant, ani th(e most vital of
by IIhe! people, of Ihe people, and for th
I ali . T:01kin the place, ill so far
or Ii ROTH'il R11, in helping to maintain
of homlif. thr iiiough i tle love. sympathy
vomlianI and child. The greatest of whici
")r colnitlIty, like that of th1e arly, de
ich aa .. 1:1a if' we are to have an ef
ividual- (of cvcry family, Iownv l and coi
wr cent EA~l 0ICTO.181
.VI'i ON. All tih X.e relating to onie an
Im. i!! and ; par'lon 1ot that: on
the :n-p that doth sulstain mly houseW:
l:w th means whereby I live." 11t tl(
an thm11 "he 1eansi and Ohe prop 1h11ll hu
I one hundred per ('pnt sta.16.1rd, so thalt
III( sitiations, and responibl::1 iti ;es;, which
hem. ThIalt-is the work of I('ONSTIJW'C
a TI~i':. NOPti% I.OYAL,, PA'ilO'T
V and s(, or no n1low, whethe tl e fil
LOlts are, novdeeled? .\IONI-Y) C.\N NOT,
'W+M NFI-DED. And thet womlAn who Sits
0.4v dto 1.." i, PiO tIi. i.N and not die
VcrI'11.1 n of the 'niled State; of America.
illdividlak give som1elhling more than dol
'hey recoe iv\. And Ihis is YO' lt W ZA, and
week. w. ne(xt m-Ionthl, but TO,!.\Y. Vol.
:)Ilr lhro:hol. sauw-htering your. mlother,
ill )e! too laite for yon to prepare. Agailn
dn ss I the full -tens of tilt word. Nnav
le, opportuinity to orgallize o rilt forces fo;
I1 (ly, m11t iply it by three and then yo
times when you do n
convert all summer
ummer season is just
)od for next summer.
ults, Sprlinlg C1oat
le Dresses, W\ashl$11
tilt (Ind~erskir'ts, $1.75
.... ... .$6.49
........... .. 4.99
.... .... ...3.99 Men' S8
.......... ....2.39 .gi.t( oul;
......... .....99 $5.00) Sunt
.... ... ...$4.49
aists ... .....2.79 HOUSE
...........$1.39 72-inch Me
...... .. ....1.29 it perP yar
..........89 ~ sN
Underwear Large Bati
....... .... 63c
.... .... ....59c $2.00 Garr
.... .... ....44c $1.75 Garii'
........ .... 79c $1.50O Garr
..... .... ...630 $1.25 Oarn
awers .... ...42o $1.00 Gari
will have made a beginning. For c
thero must be 99 AlCTIViiD WO-lKlf101'
ON'T C7 T1iE 99? -AF NOT CO.\M-F.:
'ltileed if I should attempt to ex
sonece, ' should say that: "It is tc
body-IAF~". And victory without I:
irl-'A'T to our own Nation, and to our o
This is a war of BROTHERIIOC
ITherefore victory depends upon the
NI1R AiI.(l2 delnds upon EACH INDI
play it well, If we hppe to win the GB
('ROSS HILL PEOPLE
--pit Prom Sale of Tickets ("oes to
Ced Cross Fuild.
lill, .)lv 2).--'ie ladeliff
h:m;tan'ina Comimny was here hast
veek, he-inning Thursday afternoon
mnd C.osing. Sitiiday. The various
i :libers Of exercises were fairly goo(
throttr1hotit, ith litne being giveni
:o toples pertaining to the war, es
pecially that of the several lectires.
All tile exercises were well attended
::.(ld Ihe A4o0al committees are to be
:.ratinlaied on the splendid tinan
1:! 0ee s of tile entleirr'ise. Not on
!.v O h .l h ('.. h ta mtua. ineet all (-X
: 1.;".: hy the sale of liikets anzd flhe
ate. ree i . but the gonarant'ors have
nn over;Iplui:; of abou'.t fort y dollarsi
whih Il will go to tie Ied Cross
r:ttI. C lties .. l'ison, of Camp
I lancock, n11(l 'rivate Iltery lBoyee, of
iCImllp Sevier, Spent the veek-end wilh
lhev. .1. E. Isradley and family, of
.\eont ei, ta. ;"I, are h'1er visiting 111i
'IO: ro. ives and frinti s and eZ
.i n a vaation of rest.
P:.'- d .\lrs. W. I'. Cuilhert son and
-. ORJo. of Comimlerce, Ga.. who have
hec:n vhriitlng relatives inl the conitly
!(r 1 (i d *aS, 1t41ur ho11 me laist u'les
. .. 11. ' In has had 11hs dweli
n. repainled on the oitside and sev
.rl rooims papeCersd and minited in
E S I
ot expect price-redu<
goods into cash th
at its height and you
lRane(y Silks, per' yard C......... ..
Fantcy Silkis, per yard ......... ..
lFane (y S ilks(, pe~r yatrd ......... ..
Folttliart(Is, per yard ......... ....
otnl ard8, petr yard .... ...,..... ..
Black Taf'eta, per~ yard .... ....
Blactk Ta'ff'eta .... ......... ....
uimmer Pants Reduced
neCr Pants..... .... ....$5.99
tner Pants ........4.49
nier Panits ......... ....3.99
ner Pants ......... ....3.39
Pant~s... ...... .... ...1.69
P~ats ..t. .. . .. . 1.29
reer'ized $1 .00 'Table~ Lin~eni,
I ......... ......... ....3c
............... ......... ....35c
Is, sp)(eial each1 . . . .15 nd 19c
Towe~'ls, each . .. . 2 a
i' Muslin Underwear
ients ... ...... .... ....$1.69
ients ... ...... .... .....1.39
ients ......... .... .....1.23
ients .... .... .... ......99
ients .... .... ..........89
ver.Y y in:1n we put in the TRENCHES'
at hotine suI)porting him. ARE YOU
press the liztllme Service Work In one
the Nation what the heart is to the I
lome SiOUy~ce means DHATH1, and DE,
wn peple b.)y oqur Own hands.
) against SCHONTIFIC DRUTATAITY.1
MORALE of .the NATION, and the
VIDUAL who must play his part and
EAT FIGHT, and make the world safo
side. Th" covering has also been
painted, all of which adds much to
the appearaice a:d comfort of the
-'!. A. .\M. I i!. hat the uIImber on
the zrotal)d and the contract let rotr
remodefli ng Iis dwelliing. A cevond
story I. to be added and the whole
int i dilh! enlharged. IIr. Enoclh Pinusont
ha,; the contract. I
A -erie; of revival meetings will
lbe'in '." L*b1ert V SuirIings PrvsbyterIan,
church W ednesday evening of this
wveek. Prv. .\Mr. 'raft, of Abbeville, i
will do the pieachiing.
The body of M rs. Nannie Bryson,
who died at Ier Imne in ( reenville.
was broughtt to this pace fot biuria!
on Satuirday, 20h ist. .\Irs. Dryson,
who was .liss Nannie Finley, was a
inative of this counifly and the widow
of the late .\Mr. lohert ibrysn. She,
was about',.5 years of age.
il Poi i Cp lreak int h Kaiser's Ear,
When Witicor Laitded K. 0..
Is the kaiser a mad inan? )if he
go insano yphrs ago whtn a yotnag of
rear of the ;rianl arm1y truk laim
the blow cotming close to lih kaisers
lef! uar. which is know". to shelter nu
a 'ss filled with aosistnIt which, if re
teased, would m11take hit a ravIg tat
This Is.- the t ian Sion yott will ask
yoult 5 f :fter you. h ave seen "The
Iaiser-The Beast of Brlin." at th
Opera itotse, where it comies for to
day.-, .\onday and Tut'sday, Autgiast
16. 0F Y s
R DAYS OF
tion in the face of
an to carry same ov
will have sixty days
$5.00) Silk l inderskirts .... ..
$4.0) .Silk ltnderskirts .... ..
$3.5 St ilk Undlerskits ....
Men's Two-Piece Si
$25.tk) Sutnaneir Suits, 8-Day Sai
$20.00t Hutnunttuits, 8-Da~y Sa
$17.51) St yWTfr Sutits, 8-Day Sa
$15 . utmetr Suits, 8-D~ay Sa
$10.00) P~alm B eachi Suits', 8-Da.3
Voiles, Muslins and
To be closed out at the 8-D)a
65c Summer (10ods at .... ...
50e Sunuuer Goods at .. .. .. .
40e Smatner Goods at .... .
315c Summer G1oods at .. .
25e' Sutmmer Goods at .. .
20e Sumtmer Goods at .. .
2th and l3th.
The Incident of the young officei
vho knocked the kaiser down Is om
;f the most drainatle o' the picture
t is htory, too. The officer was in
mIted )y the arrogant ruler and, all
>ronching the kaiser, claimed "thi
'Ights of a Prussian officer."
"Sut your mouth, you swilne!" yelp
'Whereupon the young officer lost hi:
ilper and landed Kaiser Bill a bif
et that knocked him cold.
Wtiat happi!)ened to tile young ollicer
Well-sce for yourself. In his fat
ou will get alother viv 111nsight !Int
he character of the greatest broue his
,)iry ever produced.
Prof. If. 11. Ctrliliith at Visit)r.
Prof. 11. P. Griflith, of 1.imestoii
,ollege, Spelt some tine amilioligs
'iends and comrades here last weei
le has beeni a professor at ILimestan,
or thirty-seven years ai inughti tihi
,Ight years preceding at N Woodruff. 11,
s above 8) years of age and is sil
well kept. lie, with Col. los. N
3irown, of Anderson, and A. C. OwIlng:
>f (;ray Couirt, are three surlvivin;
'omiiin issioined ollicer s of Co. "E", I III
. eg itmen1t, that*were elec ed a
ie orgaiization or- lie Company ii
\iutst. l,0;, and Ser-ved f'.hu ;
Ind bravevly to th close of the wa,
er and get the be
or more to wear I
size~s 2 to 4I
$1.49 to lose it
1.39 One lot Whit
1.19$8.00, to e]
.69 OneloiC is
1.69 p~er's, speCci
Mden 's, lIin
atlnd Sli pper?
. . $3.99 8-I Day Sale.
....3.39 M en 's $9.00
....2.99 M en 's $7.50)
....1.69 iAlef '5 $1.01)
Men 's $5.01)
mmer ':\Iet'x $4.00
lefn 's $3.50
le . .$19.99 IF d il~es'' $tj-0(
le . . 15.99 liatdlies' $5.0(
le . . 12.99 Lad ies' $4.50
ie .. 11.99 lIadies' $4.00
Ie . . 9.99 1adle's' $3.5(
Sale 7.49 [indies' $3.00
~ummier C~hildre's $
Child ren 's $
y Sale. 75e Tienlnis|
...... 29c S
.....25c One lot Shir'
.....19c One lot Shirt
.......15c One lot Shir
Litiw Party at hilolh.
Under the aispiei of the Shloh
(ld Cross Auxill-ary there vill be a
lawn pary awl an lee croam supper
at the home ot Mir R. 'r. Wallace'
Satirday evenlng, August :uid. l3oth
young and old are' Invited to attend
and enjoy the occasion.
during the hot summer days
and nights--you will enjoy
better hcalth and do better
will operate an electric fan,
churn, cream separa tor, or
w-Shing machine. It will
supply all the 'ghts you
reIture abou the farm.
Delco - Ligh - the most
simple e. tric ligh
plant n (Ie. A - l
can o1 ate ays for
tself' a rt time. Ask
to s ork.
Ora, S. .,
prices, but we
nefit of the ad.
:he articles, and
i.ex ini Ladies' Low Shoes
1-2, $3. 00 to $3.00 v'alues.
~~~~~.. ... .. .. .. .. .. ....$1.99
e Sli pperis, wor01th $2.00 to)
es White and Strap Sllp
il at .... .... .... .....1.19
Cut Shoes Reduced
ie'and Childr'eni's Oxfords
at a big saving dluring this
ltnd $10.00 Low Shoces ..$7.99
Low Shtoes .... .......5.99
Low Shoes .... .......4.99
Low Shoes .... .......4.39
lo)w Shoes .... .......3.49
boQw Shoes .... .... ..$2.99,
Low Shoes .... .... ..$5.99
Low Shoes .... .... ..4.49
Low)~ Shoes .... .... ..3.99
bo)w Shoes .... .... ..3.89
Low Shoes .... .... ..3.39
Low Shoes .... .... ..2.89
Low Shoes .... .... ..2.49
2.00) Slippers..... ....$1.69
1.75 Slippers .........1.49
1.50 -Slippers .........1.29
1 .00 811ippr...........89
Slippers .... ...........79
Blippers .......... .... .59
ecial in Shirts
ts, wor~th upJ to $2.00 . . $1.49
5, wor'th $1.25 to $1.50 . . .99
ts, worth $1.00 ... .. .79