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Twice a year we have
another if it will sell a
Men's Oxfords and al
your Swit, Hat or Oxf<
Pay us the balance ar
"bruised peach" in th
workmanship and h
lar standard. Each 8
that we mention belo
$16.50 Clearance sale price $i 1.98
$15.00 " " SII.25 M
$2.50 " " " $ 9.38 Me
$ro.oo " " "C $ 7.50 M
$ 6.98 " " $ 4.50 ME
$5.00 $ " $3-75 M
These prices are go
from the selling price,
SHE HAS DISAPPEARED. find Milan
--- of the con
The Actress Who Testified Against Davison, th
George Hasty.-The Story From wounds, inj
Savannah,. one of the:
In a special to The State from Sa- peatedly im
vannah published Tuesday it was al- another act
leged that Miss Verne Sheridan and Ito break in
Prof. John> A. Lieble, conducting a He claimed
music school at Savannah, hal left battle with
the city together. It may be that they1, "It wa
have left because of financial rea- man was ei
sons o'r it may have been for other one of the
reasons, but they are accused of hav- she came t
ing taken with them some violins be- 1906, wvas si
longing to pupils- his memory.
It will be recalled that Miss Sheri- her connecti
dan was the principal witness against gedies, but a
Georve Hasty, the young man who woman with
killed Milan Bennett and Abbott Day- if she were
ison at Gaffney, December 15, 1905. "'Yes'
Hasty was brought to Columbia a few man I inten
weeks ago and has begun to serve death last
life sentence for the crime.' wh1ole story
It was alleged that George Hasty dark and a
had been annoying Miss Sheridan and manifested
Mr. Davison. the star of the "Noth- terwards. on
ing But Money'' company, upon hear-' she kept, sh,
ing of it at the breakfast table walk- Iother boardi
ed out into the hallway tro discuss the j"After sh
matter wit'h Hasty. The musical di- cern in rege
rector of the company, Milan Ben- lover and lI
nett, went with them. Hasty killed tthat she mih
both of the men. At that time he was Iturn to Soul
but 19 years old. The people of Gaff- in the trial
-ney were indignant and the verdict of. time.
"guilty'' was regarded as righteous- "'nti
~ematter what may or may not have as saying. '
'been the relations between the actr go back ther<
and the women of the company, it ap- again.'
~pears that Hasty killed the two men "Among I
without his own- safety being in jeop- is the Savan
a.rdy. 'Lieble and
The following from the Savannah ried away wi
News is an. aceount of Miss Sheridan's book of poer
departure from that etiy: ment Miss S
"Nothing has yet been heard from poetical work
the missirg proprietors of the New she paid to
York Conservatory of Music nor of secured a cop
the violins and furniture which dis- due to be reti
appeared with them. secured a co
"In the past history of Miss Verne June 26. Th
Sheridan, who with Prof. John A. called togeth<
Lieble. conducted the conservatory, 1Sheridan sel<
is a chapter written in Gaffney, S. were in the
C.. on Dec. 15, 1905. when she was a that Prof. Lie
mnember~ of the 'Nothing But Money' meat of his
dramatie company. Miss Sheridan's No Efft
cry of 'mnurder' inl the early morn- "No cffort
inz hours in the Piedmont inn at Gaff- the parents a
ney called persons from their beds., to lulled by ie
Clearance Sales, July a
.t any price. Our entire
I Straw and Panama Ha1
id the goods are yours.
e offering. Every Suit
onesty of materials. 'I
uit has the original pric<
w will show the savings.
Shirts, Undershirts and Dlrawers. 4
in's 5oc. Negligee Shirts, one fourth MIen's 57.
>ff, 38C. 5 .
mn's $i.oo Shirts, one fourth off, 75C. o D
nif's Soc. Undershirts,one fourth off,38c 4
mn's 25c. Undershirts, with or without " 3.
sleeves, to go at 25C. " 3.
mn's 25C. Undershirts and Drawers 19c. " 2.
in's Elastic Seam Drawers 37%4c. "
mn's Overalls, $i.oo grade 75c. " 1
od for 10 days only. N~
give us the balance anc
E. L BA
Bennett, musical direetor tahr,alwdte oc
tpany, dead, and Abbott sxvois olv nt
e star, dying from pistol
flicted by George Hasty, Bogtnsre,ws.I
hotel proprietors,.httepan a o h
'harged that Hasty had re-a
ulted Miss Sheridan and"Ms ei re
ress and had even tried an m
to Miss Sheridan's room.habentegstohnr
self-defense in the fatalcae,iisttd.Afwd
the two actors. hre fih s r
tated that the young wo- ates I
gaged to be married tor wr
murdered men- and whenDa s
o Savannah in October,
:ill wearing mourning forth Offe no o n
She had said nothing of befre.
enachers, with he mathnu to
ssi x vio ls the hole t
alone indhewr. a nd ar tw we in
!h rElBireamog street, we.It a
l)ed rya st hat the n s dnot th
~~~~~~of the shoigintes sing. me lltusians
'd' Mo is a s heri oN ore
or hr. A hort hile af-ad tbe e they est ofono
aclues the ate Aa
ae t to cu cre al s a
paingt hekli fhr Scafreerythi
fin semd te y fee oojcint
Colnawt the Gafness tra
vone ay fraseod T HEW
wgbu hat she as qotdn
cld inever onsnttoN.
ned to i lbarry . Prso. RtoRCS
ear.' Shedn ehe car- Lonshe27
ofh the shti i chareaOerft3,1
sreatl dealng ity seni
oherA seehor wle aFuriur-n
:s ponnerlyevry ist IfiTure s 3era11y
y oLogfllo'spoes, eodyngell 21h whoe3t
and te . hle te the___ fore_ they__ wer__ .._ t
library was tean
e caehee eronnen
)rt to t Violins. Pafdher
is frie ysedto b
htthe called pupils wo, re- .M.KNRD r
Atem frhihe bythere
JULY 4th AN
nd January. We'll not carry stoc
stock of Men's, Boys and Childrel
Ls of all sorts in this sale. Nothin,
"F THE MARKED PRICE
Every garment is fresh and cri
has passed a careful examinatior
'hey are all good, worthy Suits,
a ticket on it, all marked in plain
3dd Pants. Hats.
50 Pants, sale price t4.95 Men's 53 Bond Hats for
oo " " " 3.75 2.50 C
DO 3.oo 20 -
o " " " 2.75 c 1.2
0 " " 2.50
75 and 1.50 pants for 1.25 Coats Spool Cotton 5 cts. Spool.
75C 8 Balls pood Sewing Cotton for 5 cts.
closing up and marking up, juc
I the goods are yours.
Cheapest One Pr
in the Cit
JILES & CO.
rry away 'preciousness. Any pdrson who is fa- lw eso h edke
te piano !miliar with me knows how to strike lgtefrtmrigh r
is at 24 my average and therefore knows how atsotn.TemnUn
as stated to get a-t the jewel of any fact ofcrsn hoiby
property min'e and dig it out of the blue clay "etdyh a rt
matrix. My mother knew that art.thghhewuddea
than one When. I was seven or eight or ten or ~hu aie a sin
savannah years old-along there-a neighborafirygoplc.Bn,b
at musi- said to her: wn i u vr e e
ys before '''Do you ever believe anything ntabr elbfr t e
f. Lieble ,that that boy says'ebrasd.tsem ,to
a music ''My mother said:eahohimsesteud
ad been "''He is the well-spring of truth,smldaonaoteody
ag they but you can:'t bring up~ the whole "Falyhscride
hem, and well without bucket'-and she ad
yygade,'I know his average, therefore dmne oe
he never deceives me. I discount 30 'heea'tn mo,
per cent for embroidery, and what is
ileft is perfect and priceless truth,ma anwrd
uth, not without a flaw in it anywhere.'" "'omr''osne
his new yegt-tlas--hosn
law,M r ewr eb t inra h shot them hadn' keep
ct' truth, jamn,saooording than*rexchange
witou "istig hs ngis brt e arsin orby
has farlsome pefBag,e
ITrehis gu vreogwizee
emborsdi It haed toc
LIABLsTmSlpen tat eate fidl
3.5 CptaHtce$0000 hesre penth narek
less ex'p'o or? onenses.4943 ieo h godW
Cashier'sn thec 6ae5id.0 caseasth.'n
at. 7 DrewardIeb, ank 4,109n27 ath '''hole thea o
- - veenstelbuatFathehsfgrattVrmon
of the Conditeionnlonef
rber B. MA, VcciPe l anIae
k from one season to
ri's Suits and Pants,
g reserved-pick out
sp with style, not a
i for excellence and
right up to our regu
figures. The prices
'5 All our $4.oo Oxfords to go at $3.oo
o All our 3.50 Oxfords to go at 2.85
o All Ladies' 3.00 Oxfords to go at 2.65
0 " " 0250 1-93
" "2.0o "x .65
0 " " 1.75 " 1.25
1.25 and i.5o Oxfords
to go at
;t deduct one-fourth
er in the They're for another gent. They've
3d pheas- got shot in 'em, sir'"
bed luck, Vacancies in the State Seholar
keeper, ships in South Carolina Milit ary
d him to Academy to be filled by competitive
img, bang eaminations eist in Newberry Coun
ands, but ty, to-wit; Newberry (1).
was much Application blanks may be olitain
,that at ed by applying to County Superin
e keepers tendent of Education or to Col. C. S.
Gadsden, Chairman of Board of Vis.
itors, charleston, S. C.
rave out. s These applications carefully filled
eper and out must be received by the Chairman
of Board of Visitors by 21st, July,
sir,' the 1907.
hy, you -ISOYof Kershaw's Brigade by
in that iD. A. Dickert. Price $2.00 new go
.ing at $1.00.
you, sir.- Mayes' Book Store.
>dy writes differently. Each
nce in the selection of A Pen.
T herefor e, for the man who
iI have a Falcon; for Mani
tiff pen that writes like a pen
3tter copy; for Stenographers
int; for Bookkeepers I have
~e lines and deposit little ink.
made in all sizes, and the
ien determines the price: be
ncreases in size the bar bar
k holding capacity and the
les in price. Off goes your
miner of hot weather. Then
ou will do with your pen; why
-ing to do. Buy a penholder.