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* ~CROSS HILL NEWS. *
Cross Hill, S. C.. July 12,-Mr. S.
T. Coats, better known as Dick Coats,
who had for several years been suf
fering from diseased kidneys, died last
Friday. While his death had not been
unexpected for some time, yet it caus
ed great sorrow and grief to his family
and many friends who tenaciously
cl'ing to the ray of hope given by a
lingering life. .\r. Coats was a well
known farmer living several miles be
low Cross lill and was about 60 years
of age. IlI the presence of a large con
(olirse of grief-strickeln relatives and
sorrowing friends, the funeral and
burial services were held Saturday
morning at Bethabara church, coil
dullcted by Rev. W. ). Ratchford, as
sisted by Rev. \W. 11. Turner. The pall
honie'rs were: S. 11. Goggans, W. S.
.\tehisonl, W. W. Watkinls, Dwight
Sitlli, S. A. Brown, .1. S. 11ll. A wife
111d s'evela! children ar11e left to mou111n
Tie revival lilet ing held at the
l'resbyt eria (.hurchi last week, was
closed sunti day evelilng. Evanigelist,
Iev. .ohn Smith. of Statesville, N. C.,
who did the preaching, presented the
gospel i is puirlity and in a clear,
simple, yet 1orceftu manner. ills eari
'i(ness togethIter' with his own experti
lietal Ut knowledge of spiritual t ruth
(l'et theirl impres's up11onl his congreg.t
Jil wlil' the pure Ilible t ruth pro
Ilimied was colvinceing' and luspiriig
to a purel. life and a more active and
( onsecrated Christiaity. The services
vert well atteiled and it. is Itoped
mu11ch good will resuilt.
.\liss .\nnie Aiistini, .l. D., who rv
Centii ly gradulialdi from the Woman's
.l dial ollege of I 'e'nsyl van ia and
later passed success fll ly tle required
exaniination before tile State Medical
lioard, has beeni offered atn important
position inl the Ilospital for ite Insane
al Columbia, S. C., by Dr. Williams,
8uiperinitenideit, of, that illst it uti . Site
his hle illert Ci' under considerilon1
and will go to Columbia today to inl
slet tle situoat ion behfore deciding def
itnite'ly. This is quite compliielitary
to Dlr. .\uslin, bit. devse'rvedly so, and
Ii inany friends here rejoice at her
Alisses Elsie and Dewey Duncan,
I"Ilice Whitmifire, Floy Westmorland,
ild ILdia Bowers, wh.]to spent a most
pdeasaill. week here with their friend,
Miss hI'ssie Ilill. returned to their
ioml t (anto. (ba., last week. Aliss
ll'ssie is a splell(di(d hostess anl(d n1oth1
lin was Icit undone to make Ile visit
0i her f'riinds ole full of pleaslre aid
liss .\nniVe Ilitdd. as a delegate from
th' Schtool I iml proveilent Association of
tlhis plac atten t ded ithe meeting of tle
SItat Associalion held at Rock 1ii1I
lbst wVeek. She will make other visits
wlile a way and is expeeted home to
Ai's. V. C. Rausor and Mirs. Sophia
Pinsont areC se dllglilg a while among the
111111nlinS liar Ililendersonville, N. C.
'lTey were0 lprecedeI4d to this lelasalt
i'esorti by \lris. .I. 11. Nance andtt ATirs.
.\ i's. ~.\ary lhiradley, (If ?tonticellto,
Ga., is visit inig lher imothIter, ~\rs. liettic
Itoy 'e,a ind oilier rela tives here0.
.\liss Sar'ahi Ieeks ot' the E~asley
s('hool. a ftr al Uvisit of some weeks to
rela t ives a I. L aurenOis, ha s letur tned
l rt and' tle . lohnltl. .lle eu n
ed htoite 'ThurI isday fr'omt a 11111inth's vis
it to the P'atna Extosit ion at Sant
Fra nci sco. Whtilec on thiri tour t hey
visited a nuimbe r of places of note,
amliong them Los5 Anige'les, SanItiago,
Salt Lake City, National Parik, Denveri,
I Ikes Pe~ak, IDesmoin, Ciingo, etc.
Wh'lile their travels were somnewhtat
Iaboriou01s, vet thIt in formation receiv
i'd isi invaluable as well as au great
.Aliss Azih' .\ust in has reCturnied fr'oti
.\istin of' Sedalia. Ua. She wvas ac
('omp anuied homei~t by hier sister, M\iss
W\ill i(eh .\ii Astiin who is a stuldent 'nl
thie (h'ogiai Noua~l anid indulstriat
A\t thIie e lion of Itruist ces Thu rsdaiy
the 'pr'sent boarid wvere all IrI-cletcted
it .*A. lIbote andI .1. 0. D~einny.
I 1ev. loberii ('ambt ellI, of Florida, Is
hle t' a0'I ft'w dlays withI his sisitrs,
Mi's. Nanile Wililis and Mi's. lor'
11ev. J1. A. Mlar'Iin Is expected home
i oda y fromt thle IapItist 1 lospital at Co
.\li's. WV. L. .\loor'e, oIf Spar'tanhur g, is
visit inig heri sIster-in-law, Mi's. J1. 0.
Kinug. whott is stilt tiniie sick.
Mir. .1(ohn1 1. IHasot' andi family and
Al iss Nettle SIinmpson of Greenville,
sp eit th le week end w IthI the fainily of
WV. C. Rlasor'.
Whenever You Need a Generat Tonk
Tlhe Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
chill Tonic is equally valuable as a
General Tonic because It contains the
well known tonic properties of QUININJI
and IRON. It acts oii the Liver, Drive.i
oult Malaria, FEnriches the Itlood and
Iluids um te Whole se. 50 ce.,
* J)IALS. *
Miss Ostell Willis left Tuesday for
Atlanta, Ga., where she will visit her
brother, Mr. J. Archio Wills for the
next several weeks.
Mr. Clyde Campbell, of Indianapolis,
Ind., .is on an extended visit to his
intle, 'Mr. Ben Campbell.
Masters Tilliman and ,Jack Bolt, of
lendersonville, spent last week with
their grandmother, Mrs. J. It. Brown
Mir. 1. 'N. Ilellais and dauighter,
Lairie, were business N isitors in Lau
M1r. and Mrs. Tom Branilett return
ed to th'ir home in Lauirens "Monday,
after a short visit with "Mr. U. W. 'Mar
tin and family.
Alr. Marvin i larris,. ile popular and
eillent druggist for one of I lartsville's
largest drug stores, is on a tenl day's
visit to his parents, .\lr. and Mr.s. 1). D.
Alts. Robert Owings and ciidldren of
Wouitain Inn, were (lie Sunday guests
of Mrs. 11. Y. Simmons and family.
Mr. .Jatiles loberson, who has been
doing business inl Greenwood for ile
iast several months, spent ilie week
end with hiis parents.
\I'. and N1rs. Ilaskell Cray, and 'Mr.
and -is. Willie 11arr'is and children,
w(re the guests of '. hiarris Curry
and faiiily. Silnday.
M.s. ). 1). Hlarris and Son, 'ierce,
visited relatives in Laureiins last week.
Quite a number from here attended
tile ball game at Fountain Inn lPriday
Mlrs. Ii. CG. Nabot, of Coluiibina. and
Mirs. B. A. Stillivan, or lanurens. have
retirned to their homes, hav inig been
iin attelidalice at Ilie bed s1e of thbeir
tother, \ltrs. .1. 8. 1llooks diuing her
recent short. illness.
.Miss Fannie lloulware left for heir
home ill Illrents Sunday. her patlent
.\lr. P. F. llrooks being now con va
h'lie infaInt child of Mr. and M.ls.
Broadus Gray, was buried in the cem
tery her'e at noon 'I'lTrsday. 'I'elir
man11iy friends syiii1athiize wihll Ihen
in theli great misfor't une.
\Ir. and Mis. V'ed Sw.itzer. of SiIloh
visited \1r. Sarn Switzkr and fatilly
*1S1111011 aOTs. *
Sidloh, S. C., . ly 12.--The people
of thlis comniiliniity wvere shocked last
Saturday afternoon when they leard
of the sudden death of .\I'. W. 11. Ah
reioibi(, of Pelzer. Mtr. .\bererom
bie was widely kiown and highly re
spected. Oir syipathy goes out to
(le grief stricken wife and ch ildrten.
Ile was born 5 years ago iti Shilolt
commuity.i~e hlas beenl living at
Pelzer nearly three years. 1le was a
member of Sbiloh M. E. chuirch. Hiis
reimaills were btroutght to Rahun on
Sun tday, where the tunier'al ser'viees
were conduc. ted by Rev. W .A. nId
A' lar ige acereage of P eas has been
.\1 t. anid Mirs. C. Simpljsoni visitedi ini
Grteenw ood Iwo Suntdaiys ago, imakinig
lie tipt oni a miotore(yeie.
Mlr. J. T. lDagnall,. a well-to-do farm
C r, is liltiteC sik.
hiere last week.
'FRY "( E'JTS-1'J"', IT'S
MFAGIC FOR COlRNS?
New i, Siminple, ('omtmon- Sense Waty.
You will never' kno11w how 'eal ly
easy it is to get r'idi (of a coirn, nttil
you have tied "G( lTS-IT''. Nothing
like It has ever beeni prtodneed. II.
takes less t ime~ to apply it tinan it
Kai-qi! Corn - pains ini Every Nierve! Use
"GETS-lT:" It "Gets" Every Coi'm0
Surely, Quickhly l it it y
does to read this. It will dumltfounid .111
you, espiectaly if you have tred ev
ery th ig else for coirns. Tiwo drp ""
ipliied itn a few second~s--thait's all. Wenl
Theli corni shriivei s, thent Colmes ight 1e tI
off, pai11nless'ly, without fussIng ori trou- a st
ble. If you have ever' miade a tat bun i
dIe ou it of youri toe with hand1 i~ages: wI
used thick, corni-prnessintg cottoni-rinags, er' .\lc
corn-pullinug salves, cornt-teasinhg plas- Covei
tei's-wellI, yout'llI appreciate thle dliffer'- mer,
once w-heti you use "GET~YS- iT". Your
corn-aigonyw wIll vanish. Cut ting and1( staitel
goiugitig with kiv es, razors, files and1( fari o
selssor's, and( thep dlanger' (of blood- niews
polsoni ai'e (dono away w'ithi. Tr'iy ter'
'"G1TS- IT"' oiiighit for any corn, cail- ,'i
his, wart or bunloon. Never Calls.
"GETS- IT" Is sold by druggIsts ev. enivoe
er'ywhere, 25c a bottle, A' senit direct over
by 10. lLwrencee & Co,, Cliicago, I111. peist
50(1ld I La urenisan r111iecotimmiended asli
thie wor'ld's best corn eurie by Lbau- l
renn urug (on nn1 Rays l'harmnary wriitil
If you hav
friends. Do y<
may we not ex
our store on Fr
can mention or
14 yds. 10c Bleaching
20 yds. good quality
worth 7 1-2c yd.
15 yds. 40 inch Sea Is
12 Bath Towels -
Colored Parasols wort
14 yds. Chevots Ging
One lot Ladies' Slip:
sizes 2 1-2 to 5 sp
Just received third sh
of the newest thil
line of Sport Shir
or white wi " col(
One lot Swiss $1.00 C
Great Bargains in
ASE MAX SEEK
A THIRD TERM
(lut. 54atem'ent In (oualmIn11 to
I+'teet '"hatl lIe .111ay be in tihe
e Next Sumnmer,
tuhia, J1uly II. 2' n all pro''a
I wIll be in the race for (bov'er
ext. soinmuer,*' sa iii forme (n lover
aIskedN thle (Iiet Ion by niewspia
inen, who direted hIiis at ( tlti
'y in aln Atlanta paper( yesterdayl.
q rtiotedi Wa rehouse ('ommwission-~
lilaurin as sayIng that1 the fortnerI
'n1W or ( would ruoga in ne~xt sum--l
lie would not. make a definii
lient as he statedl that It was toe
f but left v'ery little dhoubht In thle
aap1er men's mintds a bot ti e ta t
formier (lovernor' salid be hinul re
I many Ilet ters fromi people~ at
[lhe state andi mn 1ny had entle .1 In
IIn urging him to 1run for governi~i
eatd part, of an answer he was
ig to a friend in whieh h-e made
a not been attending
:ds have saved and
>u not want to be on
Yes, everybody ne
pect to see you amon
iday and Saturday al
Lly a few things but y
- - .99
and - 99
- - 9
h $1.50 to $2.00 .99
am - ,99
'ers $1.50 to $2.50
Icial in Shirts.
ipment within last 30 days
igs in Shirts, including full
ts in white
)red figure 79and,99
urtains special 2 for ,9 9
Remnants. See them.
sday and Thurst
Have your measures
runi for governior neOxt suniiler.
it ha s been openly' talkedl aroundii
Cohunhiiia for somec weeks that Vo'i1.icr
(loverr 1110 as would15 maIhiinke the r-ve
for gevernol again next summner. It.
is also uniderstood that the iiicase fac
Ihe next primahury anad a l eglilative
ticket ini ('ach coutyI3. No dellinite Iin
fortutation hais been obtined~ aIs to the
plains but it Is known thant seveial
l(iees hav ~e been in Columbia bu recenit.
3' and it is t he general undl~erslandmlig
thmIat lans are forming for thLe next
sla te pri matry.
WVi lh former Gbovernor lileaseat theI i
head of' thle ticket "ginger" would~ be
jijected I into thle camnpa ign. Whilie lie
has Iiade nIo statement It. Is piresum ned
that .\r. II. Frank Kelly of filaol'
viille will r'un for lieu tenanat governior
The plans o. the faction are (taidl to
Ii nle a iad Ida te for every state of
flee. Whielher At torniey GieneinaI T.
]t. P-eoples will standl~ ror re--ettion
oi seek ig) er* hionoir is i ot known,
hiaving nlot, yet. Illtimlated allythti.g
''hien hilu heen uniinn li ini1) tnlcbal
our Bargain Sales, y
gone home happy
I of those to profit b
eds to economize the
g the happy throng I
: the Ninety-nine C
ou must be present
One lot Children's 25c Socks
7 pair for -
One lot Children's 10 and 11
per pr. or 15 pr. for
One lot Ladies' Silk Hose, 1
6 pr. for
One lot Men's silk and lisle
per pair or 6 pair for
All Straw Hats $1.50 to $2.
Men's $1.25 Work Pants
Men's 50c Athletic shirts an(
Final Sale of 1
See our table of Hats, valut
12 yds. Pajama Checks for
Children's 50 and 60c Dres
One lot 50c Silks, special 3
lay, July 14th ai
taken by an expert,
r Co. ou
5, S. C. _C
Ipen niot to ii ru for' governior t hat .\lr.3
P~eoples would (ente r the race. .1 'i
I heir platns are for a candidalZte for
secretary of ntate comiptroller geneoral
staZte treasureri 1, comiss n4~inr of ag
rinuturei t, riliiroad (comm)1issioner, ad
lutanttt genieral andt alt other state aol
cers, no it Is stated.
Governtor Rlichiar 1(. .\ ann ing atid
L~ieuitenanilt (Goverorti And(1rew .1. I tliethn.
wil'l be0 cani~idate to succeed themn
Setlves an ti h Ite othe r state ollicials will
probably neek re-elec tion.
The entrance of a lilease tIcket
piressages a fight for control of tite
dlemocratic clubs), an 111of the nex t demt
nerattic staute convent ion, state exeCIt
live comiittee and1( the primary r~'.
peOrsonal enrol lmen t and fixIng tire
I lowever tho present ruies, roequirying
of residenice, cannliot b changett by t he
next conventiton for they hia'/e bee'i
enacted Into law and it wvoul take ain
Rot of the legislatu ro to ropemal them,.
'Thetretore there in a guarantee tIn3t
the next primary election wIltl be hellI
tinder the name iules and reg uhations
rmo that of 191..
ou have missed
and sent their
r these money
se times. Then
:hat will crowd
,nts Sale. We
15c per pr. or
ic Socks at 7c
9c per pair or
Socks at 19c
50 to close - 99
I drawers 3 for ,99
s $2 to $3 at ,99
s3 for .99
yds for ,99
le number of votes on
es Friday and Satur
$2.00 Due Bills will
Lint for 3000 votes.
TO'( K i lA . "i1i0 ON E."
People~) of Trilty l 1iidg.e (omm iunitly
are to lintie a liig D)ay on August
The Ad vert'iiser has1~ received the foi
lo wing comn~ nleatIion about131 an enter
linmen0t1 to be given at Trintity Ridge
hool onl Air:gust 6th:i .44Wg~
Thte patronjs or Tr'ini ty Rlidge havo
determined to g.ive the people1 of 1AU
rens~ county the very ber~t day of the
seasonl 01n Fr'iday Augut 6th, next.
Pronminent. 81en.keCrs, bl11:h elass bal
and1( field apIort:: will be0 hatly. A bar
beene1 andl~ hot Jpi(cale (d1iner, such only
as~ thle pe~ople of Trlinity Ridge can
get upj, wvi!1 be served at a very modor
ate irice for school impr)ovemenft,
llieebe Augusat th., ila Trinity
Simpson, Cooper & Babb,
Attorrays at Law.
Prompt Attention Olven All luisiness
WMI Practe 1. all stna Conrts