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ORO8 HILL NEWS. *
Cross Hill, Nov. 17.-Last week Dr.
J. 1-. 'Miller attended the 'ledical As
sociation of the Southern States at
Asheville, N. C. The attendance -wds e(
good and a great meeting it was. Sl
Among several departmental meetings a
connected Wfith the general -assoscia- ",
tion was that of the alumni of the r
Medical College of 'Louisville, Ky., now ft
merged into the 'University of Ken- lI
tucky. At this neoting there were -
twenty alumni present and only two
of these members of the class of. 1878 w
which was .the year Dr. (Miller finished o
his course. These two were Dr. J. H. ft
"Miller of this place and 'Dr. L. B. a
Stucky of Lexington, Ky. All the oth
ers of that class of over one hun
dred have eithet passed away or un
able to travel and practice. This was
the most interestidg feature of the
great meeting to Dr. Miller, though the
whole meeting was very interesting
th ro ughout.
Rev. John G. ,Wilson and Messrs. S.
H. Goggans and iW. P. 'Culbertson of
this place and .1. C. Miller of Mount
ville, attended the 'llaptist lttate con
vention in Columbla lust week. This
was one among the greatest meetings
in the history of that body of 9) years
existcnee, The proceedings of Wed
nesday. the last day, will go down in
the history of 'this denomination as
oune of its greatdat (lays. The work of
the convention was brought to a close
Wedinesday eveing with two notable
addresses by Gov. R. A. Cooper, and
General .Director L. R. .Scarborough.
These addresses were full of informa
tion, hope, and enthuslasm for the 75
Million campaign now drawing to
words a successful close. IDuring the
lay Wednesday, a nbber of men and
women with deep consecration offered
their services in the missionary cause
at home or abroad. Old men who
heretofore had been un'willing to yield
their children to this service bowed
their heads In humble and tearful sub
mission, even volunteering to go them
selves if acceptable. One man, Mr.
Anderson, of 'Woodruft, who recently
lost .a son on the missionary fields of
China, publicly offered his other son
for the same service. A young lady of
the IBaptist hospital stood In declara
tion of her decision to enter the mis
sinnary work. Dr. Scarborough an
no::nced that the foreign mission
board had already engaged a ship to
sail next August. from San Francisco
with a whole ship load of missionaries
(or foreign service. This is only one
of the already visible results of this
Another marriage will take place
here this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at
the home of the bride's father, Mr.
W. Arthur Workman, when Miss R1uth
Workman will become the wife of -ir.
Willie Hollingsworth. \iss ;Workman
is one of the lcest young ladies of this
community and the groom is a very
scessful farmer in the lower part
of the county. After the ceremony the
couple wvil b oard a train at Waterloo
I'or a shiort weddin-. tou r, after 'which
they wvill 1)e at hiome on their' large
tf:nn tive miles from ('ross i I111. They
m-a- tiwe good wishes of manny friends
in thir' new1 relations.
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('01(d Point, Nov. 1 7.-.\1 r. TI. ii. Nei
Iini. i'. 12. i,eake,( has returnii'ied to
Nash ville, Tlenn i.
drix andic ('us Fuller wvent to Augusta
!as we:ek and brought hack some1 F'ordc
Mr. and Mrs. A.11i. Duncan and son,
ii. IP., visited Mi'. A. C. Duncan last
- .\l r. and Mr's. .1amelis Na pi'r, of'
A ike~n conunty, visi ted r'elatt ivers huere
(etmnly, was down'i to ..ue his fathlet
t ': here recetumly.
-M!r. Carl .oore, of Augusmmta, .was I1
(ourn tommunlityh3 for' a dayt) latst week.
Mhr. Byon Nicholls has returiinet
froma North Carolina where lie went tc
attend his father's fuiner'ah.
Mr'. MIack Nelson and sisters, Annit
and Jullai, visited relatives un Green
wrood Maturdaty aind Sunday.
Mr's Guy iM. 'Moore has gone Lu
8tee~dly hiosiltal for' an op~eration. W'I
hope shte will return in better health
Mr . F". T1. Dunncan was down Sunda:
to see his father, who hasm been in bal
health foi' a long tiime. 'Mr. Duncan
very weak and in bad condition.
Mr. and Mrs. Jock 'Riddle, of Gr'een
wood, are visiting ,.\i'. Guy l'. 'Moore.
Mri. 'Walker' (. 'ltendrix has pum
i'hase'd thle lloyd place.
Mr. i'rnest Rlolilin, of Watts -Milh
visitedl friendsh heire Sunday.
Allie, were heie to see Mi'. Dtunca
TAKE 1EIDS IN HAND
ip iuilding C(omnuy Empl1ioyees
Themselves Determine to 11id Or
ganizationi of Radicals.
Baltimore, Nov. 14.--Loyal employ- I
s of the Baltimore Dry Docks and
i1pbuilding 'Company took a hand at
little "boring from within" on tho
eds" in their ranks today with the
suit that leaders of the 'workmen
el sure that any socalled radical
aders will be absent after tomorrow
-\vhich Is pay day.
After, a "red" circular urging the
orkers to rise and take possession
the plant for thentelves had been
und there, the plant superintendents
thQ noon hour today called the
They lace in front and nrc n
comfortable to the -ienrer.. DWI'
misled, but get, It ossurd front-ia1
Corset.. They are better than the
dinary Corset $1.00, $5.00, $6.50
"Ask those who weir thei."
Bu Red Crss Se
vorkmen together and laid the slua
lon before them. The workmen coru
nittees and others pledged themselves
o rid the plant of "reds," without out
ide aid, and In the next few hours the
dgalantes had rounded up all the
'red" propaganda literature.which had
been circulated among their follows.
The circular, jieaded "Your Shop"
bore this inscription:
"This 1.l propaganda leaflet No. 3,
issued by the g~imunist party, of
America, 1219 Blue avenue, Chicago."
Quantities of the inflamatdry docu
ments were turned into the company
and destroyed and heads of the work
men's committees informed the man
agement that they would undertake to
have their ranks cleared of reds when
the whistles blow for tomorrow's clos
For the woman whc
outdoor wear here ar
sign in materials of S
tine and Velour of I
brown' and raindeer.
slip on a few of our sty]
be to show goods here.
Prices $35.00 tc
Of Serges and Silks
the falling leaves, and
equal beauty, cut anc
most becoming modes.
Serge Dresses, Blat
$22.50 to $
Georgette and Sal
- $18.50 to $
Ta fta ~, Messaline~
Black, Navy and color
$6.50 to $
A SAFE TEST.
For those who are In need of a rem
3dy for kidney troubles and backache,
t is a good plan to try Doan's Kid
ley Pills. They are strongly recoin
iniended by Laurens peoplo.
'.\lr-, B. T. Bishop, 414 Park St.,
Laurens, says: "My back ached so I
could hardly get around. I felt tired
and dull and all worn out and my kid
neys were weak and didn't act as they
should. I could hardly bepd- over and
when I did it ' alni6st lmupossible
to straightea i f head ached so I
could hardil tand It and I wa.!
awfully ner as. Mbrnings my bacli
was so sore and lame I could hardly
move, and my ankles bloated so I
could ihardly get on my shoes. I jusl
couldn't do my work. Hearing o
Doan's Kidney Pills, I began taking
them and they entirely rid me of n
60c at all dealers. Foster-Milburr
Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
> fully enjoys Some wit
1 dashing de- with self-tr
erges, Trico- fering a grc
black, navy, ing and mo
Drop in and November
es. No trou- vertoues,
r Fall Bloi
in Styles as ,Whicl) r
in colors of thought of
I trimmed in in my<
!k and Navy o.esti
;in Dresses Geyai
37.50 | Price
coats [ Se
r'iv.als in 1
and Jer sey, all r'eprese
12.50 .. $
LOOD PLACE TO
ts for Fall
i fur-trimed, and others
im. But all of them of
tifying selection of styl
lel for wearing on these
days. Materials ate Sil
[elour, Broadcloth, and
Black, Navy, Brown and
$18.50 to $50.00
1ses for Fall
aprecsent the very latest
this sea r~made
lesigns of Georgette and
hine. Some plain and
mred. Black, White, Navy,
S$7.50 to $12.50
these Skirts are new ar
laids and plain colors, and
nt the very latest of the
~ls in Skirt-wear. Plaids,
I Navy Berges.
10.00 to $18.50
E N BROS. MARBLE
& GRANITE CO.
lers in everything for the come
largest and best equipped mon
al mills in the Carolinas.
NWOOD, - - - S. C.
an1d 1,lisle, Black iirwn, (4rey
111nd White, for lalies a1nd ciil
es' Silk Ilosiery, $1.30, $2.50,
.)0 per pair.
es' liue ribcd I lose 2.'e, 35c
e Ie pair.
Bu /e rs el
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