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LCROSS HILL NEWS |
Cross Hill.?Mr. Atmor Martin and
bride of Columbia spent a few days
with his sister Mrs. L. F. McSwaln
Mrs. Ann!e Payne has returned to
her home in Atlanta, after a two weeks
visit to relatives here.
Messrs A. M. Hill and J. H. Rasor
went to Charleston with Mr. Carl
Wharton's party last week.
Misses Verner Calhoun of Green
wood, Lula Turner of Spartanburg,
Mary and Blanche Martin were with
their relatives here during the tent
.Ve.jsrs Hugh Leaman and Henry
Miller of Whltmire were in town
Mrs. Solphia Plnson and Miss WUmer
Ramey have gone on a visit to friends
and relatives in Columbia and Saluda
to be away a month.
Mr. Enoch Plnson will soon have the
splendid brick store of Mr. J. El Lea
Mr. Joe Carter of Clinton will be
associated in business. with Mr. Lea
man. They will open up in the early
Rev. Mr. Ratchford announced last
Sabbath that he expected the Rev.
W. T. Kruse of Philadelphia to preach
for him next Sabbath tho 3rd. Sunday.
Mr. Kruse and family have an ap
pointment to visit friends a few days
and will spent the week in Cross Hill.
Death of Mr. IL C. Cole.
Mr. R. C. Cole died last Tuesday
night July 9th and was burled Wed
nesday. He had bc?n sick several
weeks with fever. He leaves a wife,
four sons and one daughter. He was
about fifty years old. He was a mem
ber of the Baptist church and Rev.
J. A. Martin Conducted the services
at the church. The W. O. W. had ser
vices at the grave. A large congre
gation of relatives and friends at
tended the funeral. The following
were pall bearers: J. 1. lusti. Brooks
Coats, Landon Reeder, J. C Pitts, J.
O. King and Walter Griffin.
* Princeton Locals. *
Princeton, July 15.?Mr. and Mrs. J.
F. Davis and daughter, Miss Allle
spent the week-end with relatives, near
Miss Pearl McCuen Is spending
a while with her sister Mrs. W. L.
Taylor In Laurens.
Mr. F. L. Bramlet of Fountain Inn
visited frlendss here last week.
Mrs. J. B. Brltt and children, Ar
thur and Helen spent the week end
In Abbeville with relatives.
Miss Annie McCuen is the guest
of relatives In Abbeville.
The young men of Princeton high
school who stood the scholarship and |
entrance examinations for Clemson
college, Friday are: Messrs Sloan Bag
well, Thomas Freeman. Arthur Brltt,
Laurence Taylor and Bramlett Wood.
Mls3 Kate Bagwell visited in Lau
rens one day last week.
Miss Kiddie Arnold Is the guest of
her sister. Mrs. T. J. Crane In Pelzer.
Mr. Charles McCuen spent Wednes
day In Laurens with relatives.
Miss Margaret Taylor of Laurens Is
visiting relatives here.
Miss Frances Brltt has returned
home after an extended visit to rela
tives In Abbeville and vicinity.
Miss Reeves of Elberton, Ga., Is the
guest of her friend Miss Hettle Stone.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Snipes of Pelzer
were the guests of Mrs. J. A. Scott one
day last week.
Rev. P. M. Bailey filled his regular
appointment at Columbia church Sun
day and remained over to visit the
members of his congregation this week.
Mr. Huff of Travelers Rest has been
elected as principal of the high tchool
here to succeed Prof. G. E. Welborn
who has been elected principal of tbe
Pelzer school. Tho school here is
In a very flourishing condition under
the supervision of Prof. Welborn who
established the high school. Mr. Huff
comes highly recommended and is a
teacher of much experience. The
friends of Mr. Welborn wlah for him
much success in his new work. The
assistants are to be elected later.
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Watts Mill, July 13.?The cotton and
corn on the Watts Mill farm Is growing
nicely and there is at present a promise
of an abundant harvest
Mr. Lafayette Uellams, of the Shtloh
community, has been visiting at the
home of his daughter, Mrs. Walter
Mr. B. L. Martin and family, who
have resided at Watts for a number
of years, havo moved to Dunean Mills,
Greenville, 8. C. Much success Is
wished them by their friends.
The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Clyde Culbertson who has been quite
111 with pneumonia Is some better at
Quite a crowd gathered at the Watts
Mills store Friday and Saturday nights
to hear Mr. Spencer, the cripple lec
turer, from N. C. He Is a good speak
er and hlB good words of advice and
his witty sayings were enjoyed by
all. He received a nice collection as
his reward for his' coming to Watts.
Mr. John Tidwell is' now over
seer of weaving at Watts Mills, Mr.
L. O. Bishop having resigned his po
sition here, to take a Bimllar position
at Arknlght Mills of Spartanburg, 8. C.
Mr. and Mrd. W. A Hellams are all
smiles?Its a girl.
A series of meetings will begin at
the Watts Mill Methodist church Sun
The Woodmen of the World Camp
at this place Is on tho boom. There
has been a new member initiated al
most every meeting night this year.
The gardens have been exceedingly
fine here this year.
People of Watts are talking politics
a great deal at "present. 1 ?
Quite a number were out at church
Sunday morning and night to hear
Bro. Trogdon preach two good ser
mons. His subject Sunday night was
"Sin the Detective" and from the text
"Be sure your sins will flind you out."
He preached'a most searching sermon.
The Baptist Sunday School of Lucas
Ave. church, Mr. C. H. Sims, Super
intendent, is in a growing condition
and it is hoped that may more of the
Watts Mill people will come out and
join in thl3 grand and noble work.
A goodly number came out to prayer
meeting, Wednesday night. Services
were conducted by Mr. S. M. Collier
It Is sincerely hoped that the many
will be present every Wednesday night
at eight o'clock In the weekly prayer
* DIALS. *
Dials.?The community was sadden
edSaturday the 6th, when it became
known that Miss Carie Brownlee, aged
75 years, had departed from this life.
Her death, although expecter was
nevertheless sad. She suffered a
stroke of paralysis ind lived 10 days
after being stricken. She was
an earnest Christian, having early in
life built her faith on the "solid rock"
of Christ. The interment took place
at Dials Sunday the 7th at 11 o'clock,
the service being conducted by the
Rev. J. K. McCain.
Mrs. David Blackwell and two chil
dren, of Alabama are vlsisting her
parents, Mrs. and Mrs. W. C. Curry.
Mi ms Marie and Mattle Summons
have returned from a pleasent visist
with their Bister, Mrs. Boyd, of Green
Master John Raply Hellams of Spar
tanburg, is visiting relatives here.
Mrs.J. T. Gillespie and children have
returned to their home In Greenville,
after a short visit with Mr. Harris
Curry and family.
Mrs. L. R. Brooks spent Thursday
and Friday In Laurens.
Rev. J. P. Attaway and WllliamB
Brooks and mother were the guests
of Mr. D. D. Harris and family Sun
Mrs. H. Y. Simmons and Bon, John
visited in the Poplar Spring communi
ty last week.
Prof. Clyde Curry is touring New
York, Boston and other northern points
Card of Thanks.
Mrs. J. R. Brownlee and family
wish to take this method of thanking
the many frieds and neighbors, for
their kindness and sympathy during
the Illness and death of their sister
Bridges to Let
On Thursday July 18th, 1912, at 1
o'clock, p. m. at Woodruff, S. C, the
supervisors of Laurens and Spartan
burg Counties, 8. C, will let contract
for the rebuilding of Allen Bridge on
Enoree River. Also at the same time
and place contract will be let for re
building Harris Bridge on Enorce Riv
er. In each Instance a certified check
of $25.00 will be required as guaran
tee that bidder will, If awarded con
tract, execute written contract and
bond within ten days after award. The
r'sht la reserved to reject any or all
H. B. HUMBERT,
That this is the Big Bargain Week
at Switzer Company. Our big
is still going on and we will have
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week for you. Come to this
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A Wonderful Bargain-Giving
H. TERRY S
Dry Goods, Norions,
Shoes, Hats, Gents'
In our thoroughly up-to-date and complete
stock there are hundreds of articles that we intend
to sell at prices that will astonish the closest
buyer. We are determined to sell these goods and
to make sure, we have cut the prices on every
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Every Man, Woman
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