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PIERCING ARROWS PAVE THE WAY FOR BIG SAVINGS *se DON'T BUY ANYTHING UNTIL
Wait on it !
SATURDAY, JAN. 18
You'ii Save !
13 Day s
LOWRY SL HOLLOWAY'S
PIERCING ARROW SALE =
STARTS AT 9 O'CLOCK SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 18.
from the Clouds.
Promptly at 12 o'clock on tho
?lay the sale opens we will drop
from the top of the building Fifty
Tiny Rubber Balloons, und to each
one will be tied a tag, and many
of these tags will call for FREE
PRESENTS. Come and see tho
fun-and catch a balloon.
We're going; to close out our
Six lMNiutiful Present? given
away. Ask uliout them.
The First Fifty People
to enter the doors when they open
Saturday morning will be handed
u sealed envelope containing it
number, which will entitle tho
holder to a chance on a pair of
$3.50 Shoes-no strings to this
nettling to buy-just bo berti when
the doors open and get your en
velope. Envelopes given to grown
Bargains for You !
Rig Snap in Men's Shekel's
New Stock-Choice $1.98.
Lot $1.50 Sweaters aft 08c; Boys'
50c. and 75c. Sweaters, 38c.
$1.00 Wright's Health Under
wear, 00c. Sale Prices aro Cash.
Ladies' $1.00 and $1.50 Dressed
Kid Gloves 70c.
Boys' Good Under
A Good Pair Sox, 3c.
liOt of Men's and Boys' Caps
Sale prices are Cash.
Bargains for You !
Statement by Lowry OL Holloway.
What of 1013? This, of course, is the big question with
us all tbis yeal', and especially right now. For ourselves wo
aro looking forward to ii great year, and we trust that every
one of you will be equally prosperous. Wo liuvo hopes of mak
ing a helier si ore for 1013, and to save you more money
during the coming year. WE KNOW WE CAN DO THIS, for
already we have Imught some Spring Goods and they will be
priced to you less than ever before.
We are putting on this salo merely to reduco sboek and
to raise some ensb. Wc have no old goods to unload-Just
clean goods clear through. Wo want to thnnk you ono and all
for the business during tho past yeal*, and trust that we may
merit your business for 1013, and, also, much new business
from new customers.
Come to tills bargain event that we have prepared for you
-como often. LOWRY & HOLLOWAY.
4- Pair of (?loves.
5- Pair of Boys' Pants.
$5.00 Rain Coat.
Pair $3.00 Shoes.
?old or Sterling Silver
Tho above I*resents aro bo lie given away absolutely
free to our friends who come to the store. You don't have to
buy r. tiling-this is a free will offering to you. Bo sure
to find out about this when you come to tho spore. Wo
simply do this to add interest to the Piercing Arrow Sale, and
also to show our appreciation in a small way for your libe
ral patronage. Now don't forget to be here Saturday
morning when the doors open at 0 o'clock. #
A TEN THOUSAND DOLLAR
STOCK OP CLEAN MERCHAN
DISE-and when we say Clean wo
mean just that. There is not in
the State of South Carolina a stock
that will compare with this in this
respecflL Wo never allow an article
to get old on our hands-?WC make
a price on it and shove it-we
never hesitate to cut the price on
new goods if we find that they are
not selling us they should. In this
way we are never bothered with
the old goods that you find stored
away In most stores. Tlds, of
course, ls not news to you, for lu
most cases when you at end sales
you will find this ela?s of junk
turned out to you nt very low
prices? and usually it is a bad 1 var
ga in. Nott any of that hero for you.
All New Goods-No Old Stock.
No (?mu?s Sent on Approval. It's
for 13 days- Tiiat's All.
Entire Stock of Heady-Made
clothing to be discontinued, and
we want to sell every garment dur
ing this sale. This is all Seasona
ble Goods-^?uits and Overcoats
and we'll make prices thnt will in
terest you. You won't find such
values anywhere else. Our prices
nuigo from $10.00 to $25.00. All
the $10.00 and $12.50 Suits we
have grouped into one lot and will
Close them out at $0.98. Men, you
cannot afford to miss this op|M>rtu
111 ty for good clothes nt prices ac
tually less than (hey cos (v.
Big lot of Men's Punts that sold
from 01.00 to $3.R0 to go at 75c.
Headlight Overalls, 79c.
Big lot Men's and Boys' Hats
Brand New Goods-our low prices
will surprise you.
This Store's Repu
Your Guarantee !
SENECA'S BEST STORE - ASK ANYBODY"
Be here when the
Iv ??? RW?>? I
Ill l? Ol?1 NEWS FROM SENECA.
Weck-of-Prayer Meetings Proved In
Seneca, Jan. li.-Special: Prof.
and Mrs. W. S. Morrison, of Clemson
College spent Sunday In the home
of Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Stribling.
Miss Mamie Blalock, of Westmin
ster, visited Miss Sadie Parker the
E. E. Vorner spent Monday in Sen
eca, leaving on the afternoon Blue
Ridge train for Columbia.
W. K, Livingston is on a business
trip to Mississippi.
Mr. and Mrs. James Lowry and two
sons arrived in Seneca last week, and
it will be pleasant news to their
friends here to learn that they will
make Seneca their home. Mrs. Low
ry has numerous friends here who re
member her delightful singing, and
who, will anticipate hearing her
Mrs. S. D. Cherry 1? visiting the
family of her brother in Birmingham.
Mrs. W. K. Livingston and chil
dren are visiting in Anderson.
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Craig are mov
ing to Greenville this week, where
Mr. Craig will engage in business.
Their friends here wish for them un
measured success In their new home.
The president of tho missionary
society of the Presbyterian church
reminds the members of the regular
monthly meeting next Monday, and
urges a full attendance, as lt ls time
for the election of officers. The meet
ing will be held with the president.
Mrs. T. E. Stribling.
At a recent meeting of the board
of trustees of the Seneca High School
Miss Sue Gignllllat was elected to fill
the vacancy caused by tho resigna
tion of Miss Lalla Ballenger.
A blt of Information that will In
terest many In Oconee ls that con
tained in press dispatches from
Washington announcing the appoint
ment of David (D.) Hunt as i>ost
master at Seneca to succeed J. W.
The handsome new storo room of
W. P. Nlmmons is nearing comple
tion, and from api>earances will soon
be ready for occupancy.
Tho Once-a-Week Club held a de
lightful meeting with Mrs. J. S. Strib
ling last week.
Seneca people aro extending the
glad hand to Rev. and Mrs. Inabnlt,
who are occupying tho cottago ad
joining the Methodist church. The
Methodist congregation tendered a
liberal pounding to the now pastor,
?nd we Join with these and many
Other friends In extending him and
his estimable family a hearty wel
come to Seneca.
R. S. Verner, Mrs. C. V. McCarey
and Mrs. T. E. Stribling visited their
alster, Mrs. M. E. McClanahan, in
Westminster, on Monday.
J. O. Brock has moved bis business
to Westminster, having gone over at
the beginning of the year.
Mrs. B. F. Sloan is still quite un
well, having been confined to her
room with grip for two weeks.
The week of prayer was observed
by the local missionary society of the
rvrptist church, with Interesting pro
SOUTH CAROLINA YOUTH IN BAD.
J. IJ. Harris, of Bickens, in Trouble
With Atlanta Youth.
( vtlanta Georgian, llth.)
Geo/ge Wiley's determination to
present bis fiancee with a handsome
Christmas gift, regardless of the i>en
alty, has made him, at 17, a self
confessed burglar, lt was through
his sweetheart, upon whom he show
ered jewelry at the holiday season,
that the i>olico implicated him in the
burglary of M. Friedman's grocery
store on December 19.
With J. L. Harris, aged 17, of Pick
ens, S. C., Wiley faced Recorder Nash
Broyles yesterday afternoon, broke
down under the grilling and admit
ted his deed. Harris, who had been
turned up by Wiley's statements, also
made a confession. Both were held
for the grand jury under $1,000
The first clew to the Friedman
robbe.y. in which some $5,000 worth
of Jewelry had been stolen from a
storo and residence, came to the po
lice when it was learned that Wiley
had a sweetheart living in Highland
Tho young woman, proud of a dia
mond ring tho boy had given her as
a Christmas gift, readily showed the
gem to thf police. It was identified
as part of .'he loot taken from the
Friedman residence. Young Wi
ley, in admitting tho burglary, told
tho detectives a straight story. He
said that, with Harris and another
youth, he rented a room in the
Child's Hotel on December 19th and
carefully planned the job. The trio
left the hotel near midnight end
went out to Cooper street. At the
threshold of the Friedman place,
Wiley said, the third boy lost his
nerve and said he couldn't go on. So,
with Harris, the house was entered
and tho Jewelry taken.
When tho police, working on the
famous French theory of "look for
the woman," questioned tho girl who
wore Wiley's Christmas gift, a soli
taire, she admitted that the ring did
not flt her finger when Wiley first
presented it to her. "It was too
large," she told the detectives. "But
George said that he didn't know the
size of my linger when he bought it.
He took it to a jewelry store and had
lt cut down to flt."
grams, extending through Monday,
Wednesday and Friday. Tho pro
gram was arranged by the president,
Mrs. W. J. Lunney, and proved most
Interesting, and proved most interest
interesting. Despite the threaten
ing weather, the meetings were at
tended by goodly numbers of Chris
tian women, not only of the Baptist
church, but from other denomina
If your children aro subject to
attacks of croup watch for the first
symptoms-hoarseness. Give Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy as soon as
the child becomes hoarse and the at
tack may be warded off. For sale
by all dealers. adv.
ELECTORS VOTE FOR PRESIDENT j
Wilson ?lui Marshall to Ho Formally
Proclaimed February 12th.
Washington, Jan. 13.-Electors in
forty-eight States met to-day and for
orally elected Woodrow Wilson to the
Presidency and Thomas R. Marshall
to the Vice Presidency of the United
Returns prepared by the electors
chosen at the polls last. November are
now on their way by mail to Wash
ington, to the president pro tem of
the Senate. Another set of these re
turns will be brought in person by an
elector chosen from each State to be
canvassed February 12, In joint ses
sion of the Senate and the House,
when Governed Wilson formally will
be proclaimed President.
In two of the States, Utah and Ver
mont, four votes each were cast for
President Taft for President, and
Nicholas Murray Butler, for Vico
President, tho latter having been
named by the Republican National
Committee to succeed the late James
S. Sherman on tho Republican ticket.
Notes from Richland.
Richland. Jan. 13.-Special: Rev.
and Mrs. F. D. Vaughn and children
returned to their home hero Monday,
after a three weeks' visit to home
folks i" Milledgeville, Ga.
Miss Annie Nimmons has been
quite sick with pneumonia for the
past week. We hope for her speedy
Our trustees-J. D. McMahan, J.
J. Ballenger and R. M. Davis-at
tended the trustee meeting at Wal
Rev. and Mrs. G. M. Wilcox and
daughter Sarah, of Walhalla, spent
several days last week at the home
of Mrs. S. H. Coe.
J. P. Stribling was in Walhalla
Friday and held the teachers' exam
ination in the absence of Supe'in
The Ladles' Aid and Missionary
Society held their regular monthly
meeting last week at the homo of
Mrs. S. N. Hughs. Owing to the
inclement weather but few were pres
ent, and the election of officers was
Hon. E. E. Vernor leaves to-day
for Columbia to assume the actl/e
duties of the office of Senator from
I Miss Mnmye Cromer has been sick
for several days and is reported
worse to-day. Miss Mae Hubbard ls
to teach for her until she ls able to
resume' her duties.
E. A. Horton has had the fronts
put back In the brick stores and they
.are as good as%new now.
There will be a congregational
meeting at th? Richland church next
Sunday, January 19th, f'>r the pur
pose of electing several new elders
and, deacons. All members are re
quested to be present and to assist
in attending to this important mat*
ter. Remember the day, January
19th, et the Richland Presbyterian
( UTZENS OF OLD RICHLAND.
?apt, S. K? Dendy Recalls Others and
' li; Keowee Courier: Allow me
i ort H .?ace to make some correc
ts h li y list of "Professional Men
Ichlaild a (i Vicinity." I was
correct as to Rev. H. H. Penny being
fine Methodist minister and school
teacher, and Rev. Tyro B. Mauldin,
surveyor, blacksmith, miller, and it
was he who assisted Martin S.
Mackey, of Old Pendleton, and Robt.
Fullerton, who surveyed tho town of
Walhalla, laying out all the streets,
etc. There ls a street called Maul
din, named after Rev. T. B. Mauldin.
Other professional men, as I re
member, were Capt. Lemuel Thomas,
the war Sheriff of the Old District,
and so far as I can remember he was
the last Sheriff before Old Pickens
District was divided. I am not sure,
but think so. Gordon L. Moorhead,
builder and contractor, Georgia;
Charles B. Verner. legislator and at
torney at law, Tuscaloosa, Ala.; Rev.
Thomas Mack Strlbllng, Presbyte
rian minister, Texas; Judge W. E.
Doyle, Teague, Texas; Capt. James
H. Doyle, legislator, merchant,
banker, Cranbury, Texas; Samuel K.
Dendy, Jr., merchant and commer
cial traveler, Seneca; E. R. Doyle,
Jr., teacher and farmer; Dr. John N.
Doyle, surgeon Second South Caro
lina Rifles, C. S. A., Granbury,
Texas; Hon. Sloan Y. Strlbllng.
(Bounty Land and Richland school
boy), State Senator, legislator, presi
dent of large cotton mills In Geor
gia, (a born sportsman); Col. J. C.
Stribling, commander of Red Shirt
( 1 876) Domocra*s of South Carolina,
Pendleton; Rev. R. L. Duffle, who
was a faitnYul Methodist minister
and teacher, end who served the Rock
Spring church and at times Richland
church: Rev. Mr. Hyde, Presbyterian
preacher and dchool teacher, a most
faithful friend ?nd Christian; Dr. S.
J. McElroy, druggist, preacher and
There nay be others I have left
out. I have done' tho best I could
from my recollection of those who
have lived and died In Richland and
vicinity. I have tried to give the
names and profession? of these splen
did citizens of all that section. I
thank you for the space you have
given me in your paper. I have re
ceived quite a number of nice letters
from several States thanking me for
writing my boyhood recollections of
Old Richland. I thank those who
have written me, and feel highly
complimented. Very truly,
S. X. Dendy, Sr.
Frightful Polar Winds
blow with terrific force at the far
north, and play havoc with the skin,
causing red, rough or sore, chopped
bands and 'Ups, that need Bucklen's
Arnica Salve to heal them. It makes
the skin soft and smooth. Unrivaled
for cold sores, also burns, boils, sores,
ulcerr,, cuts, bruises and piles. Only
25c. kt all druggists. adv.
AFTER 25 YEARS WEDDED LIFE
North Carolina Couple l'as? Together
Into Better World.
Charlotte, Jan. ll.-Mr. and Mrs.
George Hicks He dead at their
home, the old Garibaldi place, three
miles south of the city, on the Pine
ville road. After 25 years of wedded
union their lives went out last night,
the husband preceding his wife into
the unknown realm by just ten min
utes. This afternoon at Ebenezer
churchyard they will be buried in one
The death of Mr. Hicks at 6.50
o'clock was the result of a fall from
a wagon a few hours earlier. Thc
death of his wife at 7 resulted from
heart failure, caused by tho accident
Lo her husband.
At 3 o'clock Mr. Hicks had cut a
load cf oak wood for tho city market,
placed it on his one-horse wagon and
started toward Charlotte, accompa
nied by his son Cheatham. Less
than ?100 yards from his home tho
accident occurred which resulted in
the tragic ending of two lives. The
right standard of the wagon snapped
in twain, releasing the pile of wood,
a large part of which fell to the
ground. Mr. Hicks was unable 1o
retain his placo, and falling, struck
the single tree and was knocked un
der the wagon. The heavy vehicle
with the load of wood passed over
his body between the shoulder and
his legs, Inflicting wounds which he
could not survive.
Mrs. Hicks suffered a stroke of pa
ralysis during last May, and for the
last few days had been unable to
leave her bed. When the mangled
body of her husband was brought to
tho home she fainted as soon as she*
viewed the body. Mr. Hicks was
wounded so seriously that he regain
ed consciousness for only a short
while at a time. A doctor was sum
money and pronounced the wound
received as fatal. He never rallied,
and Mrs. Hicks was given attention,
but she died without regaining con
Persons troubled with partial pa
ralysis are often very much benefited
by massaging the affected parts thor
oughly whon applying Chamberlain's
Liniment. This liniment also re
lieves rheumatic pains. For sale by
all dealers. adv.
WE WANT to buy one-half million
Dogwood and Persimmon Shuttle
Blocks, from 12% to 23 Inches tn
length. Prices range from $200.00
per thousand downward. See D. L.
Norris, Manager, The Southern Shut
tle & Bobbin Co., Westminster, S. O.
|t 8 I wS?W ^mmm. HIGHEST N
m t 1 S9mS taTWm FOR RAW
WB0 I I ?B Wool on Comrt
- - T ^mmW (kt mention hit
JOHN .WHITE & CO. SZ
MAKE YOUR TAX RETURNS.
Tho Auditor's office will be open
to receive returns of personal prop
erty for taxation from the 1st day of
January, 1913, to the 20th day of
February following, Inclusive.
The Township Assessors are re
quired by law to Hst for all those who
fall to make their own returns with
in the time prescribed. Hence the
difficulty of delinquents escaping the
50 per cent penalty, as well as the
frequency of errors resulting from
All able-bodied men, 21 to 60
years of age, are taxable polls.
Please don't neglect returning your
Note all transfers of real estate
since making your last return; from
whom acquired or to whom sold. Re
turn your new buildings that were
erected during the year 1912:
For the convenience of tax-payers
the Auditor or his deputies will re
ceive returns at the following times
Seneca, Thursday and Friday, Jan.
16 and 17.
Richland, Monday, Jan. 20.
Newry, Tuesday, Jan. 21.
Clark's Store, Wednesday, Jan. 22.
Salem, Thursday, Jan. 23.
Little River, Friday, Jan. 24.
Tamassee, Saturday, Jan. 25.
Mt. Rest, Monday, Jan. 27.
Henry's Store, Tuesday, Jan. 28.
Cannon's Store, Wednesday, Jan.
Tugaloo Academy, Thursday, Jan.
Madison, Friday, Jan. 31.
Returns will be taken at all places
from 10 o'clock In tho morning until
3 o'clock in the afternoon, except the
two places mentioned on the 15th of
January. R. W. GRUBBS,
Auditor Oconee County, S. C.
December 23, 1912. 52-5
Good Time to Buy
$175 Fer ?175 Fer Ton
MICK HOSIERY MILLS.
Walhalla, South Carolina.
1AKKET PRICE PAID
1 PUSS AND HIDE8
-.Halon. Writ* for
I thia ad.