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I The eno mous pries
The people came in sa<
carried out merchandise
I If yoa haven't attenc
Hs think, the entire $30.CC
I Promptly at
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( March z /itii,
v Percales at 5c
10 yards to a co
ISack of f 1
Thousands of other i
| C. &
i- Pnf tViaf. cnld out 0
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quickly as you cm
to aches, pains and i
les. Cold and Grip
TROOPS LAM '
ALLIED FORTES REPORTED
ON OALLIPOLI PENINSULA j
Only Waiting For Reinforcement*
Before Resuming Operations
on Large Scale.
London, March 24.?A force of allied
troops was landed yesterday on the
peninsula of Ga'lipoli from tJ. e transports
in the Gulf of Saros, according
to a dispatch from Athens lo the Daily
a wnprai aftaek uDon toe fortiSca
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t;ons of the Dardanelles is to be nn- J
dertaken immediately on the arrival ,
of further French and British war- j
ships now on their way to join t&e,
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Sir Thomas Lipman Says Only Fire
Can Stop It?Call For Backing
ITp American Heroes Work.
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A LrfJIlUOn prtJSS Ui3i-?<xivn I^wvic
"Just as it took fire to stop the great
plague in London, so fires are needed
to clear Servia of typhus. Injected
houses and the clothing of the people
must be burned, as the disease is carried
by vermin," said Sir Thomas Lipman
in a statement to the Associated
Press, in wnicn ne recounted appalling
conditions in Servia, where he has
been making personal investigation. |
"1 met on the country roads Cbe,
sick, too weak to crawl to a hospital, j
bullock carts were gathering them up.
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: rtuuciiuii aiaue uy me u.
:h enormous crowds teat it bi
i by the armful.
lei the sale the opening days
)0.00 stock is now being soli
19 a. m. Saturday,
we will sell 12c
[our won Wednesda
articles we cannot mention fo
Slow in the hands of
t?o a. nr pat n
i snj-%. &.
f business jast as
. D >n't be subject
serious colds troub^
uapsuies are wnai
Per box 25c
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unen a wouiau <jnu kui.uicu
leading bullocks, the husband and father
in the cart, rasing with fever.
Scarcely enough people remain unstri
ken to dig graven for t-:e dead,
whi lie exposed in the cemeteries.
"The situation is entirely beyond th^
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LViill Ul UL UJC yi tov^UL wi ?--imperatively
needs all the help it can
get, tents, hospitals, doctors, nurses,
modern appliances and clothing to
replace the garments .full of typhus
Describing the hospital at Ghevgheli.
where Dr. .Tames F. Donnelly, of th*
American Red Cross, died, he said:
"T'.ie place is a village in a barren,
uncultivated country, the hospital an
old tobacco factory, in it were
crowded l,40u patients, 011 mattresses,
or even straw?men lying in t've
clothes in which they lived in the
treanches for months, swarming with
vermin. All diseases?typhus, fcypOoid,
dysentery and smallpox?were iherded
together. In such a state Dr. Don
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nelly found ide hospital, wnere ne mtu
a force of six American doctors, 12
American nurses and three Servian
"The patients were waited 011 by
Austrian prisoners. The fumes of
reeking wounds and fever were un-1
'T'be first thing Dr. Donnelly did 011
ibis arrival was to test the water,
which he found in.fected. He then
improvised boilers in which the boii
water. 'The boilers saved 500 lives,'
said Dr. Donnelly. He also built ovens
in which to bake Phe clothes of tne
patients, but .he was later provided
with proper sterilizing apparatus."
Sir Thomas described Dr. Donnelly
n? rmo nf ihp ?Tp?fest hproe>i of war.
S. SPFCIAL SALES COIRPANI
acame necessary to close t!
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you can come today, come I
j by the D. S. SPECIAL SALE
Promptly at I
11 11 r . On
win set' ror ou
and ladies' $2 i
ly, March 24, by Mri
r lack of space. Remember,
the U. S. SPECIAL
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THAT'S the Tire Question in
Not ? ''how much does
i the Tire Cost"?"how much Rubber is
in it''?"how many layers of Cotton
j fabric"?or "how many different Vul;
canizings does it go through."
Because,?Results have shown th3t
some of the Tires \tfhich have most \
i Cotton, Rubber, Weight and stiffness,
i give much less MILEAGE and ResilI
fence than other tires made lighter by
more expert w rkmen, through more
direct and precise Methods.
Nor is so-called "Mileage Guaran- ,
tee" worth considering in purchasing of
Because ? no Tires are actually
guaranteed to give definite Mileage,
no matter what the surface reading
Sucn "Guarantee" would be impraci
ticabie with the best Tire ever made,
i or that ever will be made,
i ?This, unless the Tire User could,
in turn, guarantee the kind of roads
i over which he would always drive, the
kind of driving his Chauffeur would
, always do, and the air pressure he
I would always carry on each Tire.
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THE "Mileage Guarantee" is
therefore a deceptive Misnomer.
It does not guarantee given Mile
age but is only a figure arbitrarily
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Goodrich Safety Tread on-skids are judged
A special dispatch to The State says
j that ti e president on Tuesday of this
j week nominated William Laughlin to
i be postmaster at Anderson. Mr. Laughi
lin was recommended to the postoffice
! department some time ago by Congressman
Aiken for the position and
this being a recess appointment confirmation
must be had by the senate
l when congress meets again.
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f on lhe C. & G. S. MOflfER
be doors and double our fore
y 7 Days
:oiEorrow, come every day.
0 lAfiFir/tlll tf! pilii?l UC
):30 o'clock Sat
March 27th, we
shoes 69c pair.
5. Jno. Kibler; Thurs<
Sale positively closes Satarda;
named "as a Basis for Adjustment" on
Claims made lor defective Workmanship
Read any of these "Guarantees"
that are printed (or have the verbal
ones defined ,1 and you will see that they
don't guarantee anything except that
the Maker alone shall decide everything
such "Guarantee" is supposed to
The larger the Mileage "Guarantee"
the higher the price the Maker must
charge, to cover (as with Life Insurance)
the increased "risk" of replacing Tires
that are reasonably sure to wear out
in considerable numbers, before they
have given the "Guaranteed" Mileage.
The Careful Driver, over good
roads and streets, would thus pay
more than the Tire is worth, so that
the Reckless Driver, or hu who must
fontinnallv drive over bad roads and
streets, might get Mileage he is not entitled
to, at the Careful Driver's expense.
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THE Goodrich Safety Tread
is the fairest-priced Tire, of
similar Quality, in the field.-?
Ten to 30% lower than other Tires that
give less Mileage on average performance
less effective Traction, with mow
Vibration, and greater tendency to separate
the layers of Fabric and of Tread.
Compare the ''Goodrich Safety"
Mileage Costs with that of any other
Tire in the field, and ACT on what
the Comparison shows you.
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Mote the following table or comparative prices
non-skid tires. Columns headed "C"
d "D" represent four highly-advertised tires: I
~~ Goodrich OTHER MAKES !
Size Safety , j
Tread "A" [ "B" I "0" "D" !
0x3 $ 9.45 $10.55 $10.95 $16.35|$1S. 10
0x3' . 12.20 13.35 14.20 21.70 23 60
2x31 14.00 15.40 16.30 22.85 25.30 J!
4x4 20.35 22.30 23.80 31.15 33.55
6x41.;; 28.70 32.15 33.60 41.85 41.4U ;
7x5 "I 33.90 39.80 41.80 49.85 52.05
If you are charged less for any other make
?n Goodrich, they are taking it out of the tire; if j
uare charged more, they are takingitoutof you. j
The B. F. Goodrich Co., Akron, O
"air-Listed tires i
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New York, March 23.?Judge L. S.
Roan, who presided at the trial of J
Leo M. Frank, at Atlanta. Ga., for the J
mur/lor r?f \fori7 Ph 51 T1 rilPd todaV VOf !
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cancer. Judge Roan came to New
York some time ago .for an operation.
It is stated tJhat he (bad been suffering
from ;he disease for some time.
The body will be shipped to Georgia I
for interment. j
COMPANY stock ottracted at!
>0 nf cjtacnonriio in /mlor fn \
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tau vail never bave another $
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ty manufacturer s cost
Promptly at 10
day morning, Ms
will sell regular $!
5 yards to a customer
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A.CLJ J ITiai U1 uy 1 ,
I April 3rd. So secure yon
, of Charleston, S. C
Large Line Li
All leading colors: Belgi;
blue, pink and navy all fa
White, lavender, blue 2
White, b'ue and Stripes...
A Big Shipir
Ail colors and shades, red
Hf avrarv rlppcrintinrv wp m
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15 cases of leading styles ju
latest in footwear come to Mosei
Men's Boys' and Youths' Suit
prices. We do not expect a pro]
STETSON AND M. I
Lion Shirts and 4-ply Collars,
Three Expert Milliners and D
not too busy to give your wants
tion. Prices lower than last seas
For the celebrated Gantt's All
rows, Distributors, an'3 farming i
At close prices always on sale
and Furniture at prices to meet e
$25.00 GUARANTEED SE
On any single article our profil
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only wnen an mmy ui sausiicu c
The Home of good goods,
RY, S. C
entioa for miles aronnd.
fVait on the crowds who 1
jpporiimity like it. Just
irch 27th, we
2 Silks at 69c.
. C. Slight.
ir share before too late. j
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*epe de Chine
an blue, white, rose, baby
st sellers 49c
tnd sand shades, splendid
16 2-3 and 25c
lent of Mulls
luced and going fast at 10c
m supply your needs.
ER AND SELSBY OXFORDS
ist arrived. If you want the
s, celebrated lines at startling
k A. GENTS' HATS
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aiuuey suspenaers ana noiesfERY
esigners always busy, though
their carefu] and special atten;on.
.in-One Plows, Planters, Harimplements.
Also a full line Hardware
xisting conditions. i
WING MACHINE $i 7 93 J
: is small. It becomes great I
ustoiners are giving us their
and Cotton Buyers,
TV, S. C.