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25c Boys' Pants
Aug. Sale 10c,
Don't Forget the Date; Aug. 8
Ladies' #2, $2.50
This August Sale makes your money go a long ways, we must close out all Summer Goods to
make room for Fall Stock, goods will be marked in plain figures. Come and see for yourself.
Any way you turn our bargains will be lookmgat you. Sale opens Saturday, August 8th, bring
this price list with you. "i.**
$ n.oo suits. $ 3.98
7.50 Suits . 4.9?
8.60 Suite......? ?.rH
10.00 Suits.' 7.50
12.G0 Suits. .9.98
15.0U Suits. 10.98
O! You Shirt Sale
&0u Shirts .39c
You can't afford to go Shirtless.
Red Hot Sale of
$1.26 and $1.50 Pants ."98c
2.50 Pants:. 1.98
4.00 PnirtB. : ?C8
$5.00 Pant3. 3.79
COO. Pants. ..-3.98
\ Men's $C.OO Raincoats, sale $3.98
Men's Mohair Coats
$1.98, $2.i>0 and $2.98.
19c, 39c, 18c, 50c, 68c, 79c, 98c
Ladies' Wash Skirts
50c, 75c, 93e, 98c, $1.25 and $1.50
Men's Hat Sale
50c, 75c, 98c, $1.25, $1.48, $1.75,
$1.98, $2.50 and $3^9.
August Sale Prices
on Boys' Pants
10c, .25fe, 85c, 39c, 45c, 49c, 50c
75c, 98c and up.
Big Sale of Men's and
Boys' Straw Hats
S5c, 48c, 75C and 98c
Must be Sold.
Men's Slipper Sale
$2.50 and $3.50 out on table $1.98
50c, Table Linen.43e
25c Table Linen...22c
50c Set Doilies.39c
Good Towels., 5c
Special 60c Matting Rugs... .30c
Ladies' Slipper Sale
$1.50 and $2.00 Slippers.98c
v-'.iju ana 93.00 Slippers . .$1.58
Ladies' House Dreses
50c, 79r, 98c, $1.25 and $1.69
Wool Skirt Sale
$1.98, $2.48, $i.98, $3.48, $4.98
Willie lot Lasts.
10c- Chain brays, August Sale
10c Sheetings.7 l-2c
10c Muslin, salo price..7c
All 25c Dress G sods, Sale Price
7c Apron Checks, spie' price . ,6c
8 l-2c Checks.
15? Towels, sale.10c
$00 Bed Sheets.08c
j 2'Spools, God Thread.. 5c
50c Silk Ratl?Vs1, k?le"'price..25c
Special?flJLe.2 in.. J Shoo Polish 8c
Special for Saturday,- Aug. 8th,
35c Corn Brooms for one day
only, each .20c
Limited one to customer.
Special 9x11 Matting Art Squares
for our August'Saintt^?...tt2?8
or Saturd?jr, ' August 8th, 35c
For This Sale 8
216 S. ?Vlc?iri ssiu
Special for this Sale, Yard-Wide She at 3c per,
yard while lot lasts.
Be On Time And Get Yours.
ii?: fa? " A
and houses and lots for sale in and near
Townville, X Roads and ?akway. v
Can give you almost any location,;any size,
prices rign^vy ;.
oo o o o o o o oo O O O o 00 ooo
o . ; SIX-A^?'TWENTY . o
in '- *.
who hayon't Been one another in ovei
so long, they may take timo enough .<
shake handb| but they haven't time ti
ask how. each other is getting alon;
until after they discuss politics or aal
"Who's ,jfour ,man \ for senateT' j
don|f- hear names of candidates' foi
ofBCe mentioned hut Blease and Smith
' .Gbv?rnbr. Bleaso' must bb an nwfu
t?rror In tho poB^?cal oreHA, Tr*
years ago yon heard nothing talkec
h?v?'moro offlfcoa'-dn thls'state tn.i?
Erer3|*flyi'piay say whatever ttidj
1 pieateV*' ?"
1 am going to vote for Cole Ii. Bleer-?
Best visiles JLp the Dally Ihtelll
Pehd??ton, August 6.?Most of
tnnher-t have completed the ?task o:
pli nihg . th"ii crops f< r this r.cason
a:n.'d ar?! Slittng tup in the shade eh
?y ^j. tlipritlrilyou Mljn? ?W ! ' *iel'.!n*
Oqr series of meetings began at
this place. Sun day, August 2nd and is
to extend through the week until Sun
day^ August 9.
it ls; announced tlist there is tb .be gencer
a singing school to start at this place
August 17 1 under tho supervision o?
Prof, Mllford. .
\Vw C, Pepper of Anderson spent^ast i > -
Thursday nlght with S. t Richey. For .the convenience of the Votera.oi
' Leo Hrod, Jr...of Boleer was vlslttag Anderson Countv the board^ot tegu>
our section last Sunday. i tr&uon w?ii meex the m>?.??.us a?
'ivSntTtM Tw^nty'rand^endieton ball pomtmepts to register and renew oi
teams are to cross^ bat?^ on the ?oc?i 'transfer Certificate?:
oUamond next Sa^urd^. afternoon. I -P?liter; Friday August 7.
TJ?ip? ?ut, everybody, and.root for the Gluck MU1, Saturday, , August a
locals; from fila: m. te 12 m. -,
^8'"pa?t^-?mV'hia?r?tuni?d *r?m',.. AOrr Mlll^ Sat?rday, August $, fron
the fishing trip upon Keowee reports ,1 ~ '
a nice time.
BOOkS OF B?GI8TBATI0N
Crops have much jmprorcd.; sjuce
the recent rains.
Mr. Paul Mahaffey, who has been
spending, the. past .week; at Priser, fe
. turned'^?s^^* Saturday.
ft Mr.'; Walter M^llkra . and ;. mother
made a buslnoiis trip to Sandy Springs
las^Saturday, -, . -
parent? last Saturday .Sunday,, .
, f T*ie .greatest, topic, in opr section is.
poim?sr it you see two persons meet
p. m. to 4p; m.
Bie4mont, Augu?t 10. . '
. Pradletbnr Tuesday, August 11,
"Townville, Wednesday, August 12
Starr, Thursday, August 18. _
Iv?/'VHd?y. August 1.. .
:, T^xaway, August'16, tro^i,^ n. m
to 12 m. v
Anderc?h Cotton MU1, August IB
1 to* 4 pi.5b.vi
of, ' W' ^ ANDEAN.
gl3trntlon - of Anderson
Board of 1
jo UNCLE DAVE'S LETTER, o
How to Kill n Church.
The church as a wholo Is held in
high esteem by all mon. Dut the In
dividual constituency In often doubted.
This is brought about by the failure
of the mcuibcrB to comprehend ithnl
each of them advertise the wAdlW
Carelessncss on the part of Christian
people is tho church's w?rst foe to
duy. It is my purpose to illumine the
path that many trend. There are
throe ways to quench lire.
First, smother it. I can but lllu
trato tills by u Christian scene of my
boyhood. The old church was having
its Christmas cheer (or troe). It wns
packed. The coming, of Santa with
his cotton covered coat and great pack
had brought the climax to the Joyous
hour. Suddenly Santa's cap touched
a tiny taper and a terrible tragedy
started. Ho stood a living lire. Men
lost their senses. Women scrcomod
and fought. Costly windows were
crushed, doors wcro swept from tholr
hinges and a score of lege and arniB
Only one man In that vast throng
had presence; of mind enough to act.
He caught up overcoats and robes,
and Anally succeeded in wrapping
1 .hem about poor Santa until the cruel
flames had been smothered. But not
until they had sent their deadly
fumes into the lungs of our splendid
Sunday school superintendent, who
wan our Santa that night.
How smother a church?. Put it on
a purely commercial footing. Wrap
the cloak of worldliness about it.
Hedge in the pastor with instructions
to wink nt the more common sinful
practices. Tell him that "you wont
no poor people in tite pews. Agree
with the worldling who tella you that
tho lodges are. far superior to the
church. Wipe out all dividing lines
between worldllncss nnd churchlincaa.
Let church folks do everything that
??-uiturcii folks, do. Fill church of
I lice:; with worldliness. and let the
preacher count them. I think that
you can easily extinguish-the warmth
and glow that and church hos. had.
Second, let the fire burn out. Wes
tern prairiemen employ this method.
When great flames threaten to ?weep
tho county or state, they rush forth
with teams and plows and surround
the- conflagruticu. .Tho flreB slowly
cat themselves to death.
To let the church lires burn out,
don't add fuel to. them. Stay away
from the Sunday school, the prayer
hour, the preaching programmes. Let I
any little trifle keep you away. Stay
homo an entertain worldly company, i
(That leaves a fine Impression of your
church valuation upon your unsaved.,
friends.) Let tho clouds or the heat
or the cold be. your excuse. May and
October are. about, the .only perfect
months for church-going. . You stay
away (the-other ten. If your church'
fires ?r? low,-see if y?u haven't plow
I ed deep, furrows of indifference, neg
lect and) foolish faith about it.
Thirdly, throw cold water upon the
fire. This last Is the most common
method, of quenching the fire, Water
Is Ore's master, ye together they do
make a powerful combination.
How can I throw cold water upon
If you go regularly, never ask any
one to go with you. Act as though
you were, ashamed. I know a Sun
day, school superintendent who baa
passed my home every Sunday for the
past ten. years and has never Invited
mo to his Sunday school or church.
Always come to church late. . Never
come enthusiastically. Always'take a
back seat. Don't look pleasant; re-'
member you arc In church.. Remem
ber, you will have to sit here one
hour, and t?o air must be perfect.'!
Last week you Eat in a dead stuffy
Ehow house for titr?e hours s-v.d paid
for tho privilege and never noticed the
rotten air. Of course the preacher Is |
not perfect, so go after him. His
life is pure, his heart warm and he j
comes burdened with the heartaches'
of the sick, the poor, the aged.-Yes,!
go after the preacher. Tell him how
dead the church is: (Why not tell him I
how long you have been dead?) Nev
er thank him for the hours he baa
spent pouring over hU pages; He
must corho now every scrvicei When 1
the service is over, remember the !
church is no place, to be friendly
Don't ohake bands with,':any one.
Rush out as you would at the theatre.
One .would think the building was on
r Ore by tho way our churches i empty
) these days. On the way homo dont
> let any one suspect that you have
; been'at church. Try not to-pay any
c attention to ho church after you
[ leavo It. Dont refer to it all week,
r Never admit that It baa any claim
. upon your time, thought, talent, pray
l or.-or money. Keep ovefy cent -you
, cap away from the church. Povorty
I Is ?'euro path to humility! - Then
. don't forgive *ny one.- Forg'vin*
'[heals hurts. So' don't "be charitable.
, If you read churoh literature, it may
cnthuso you, and you will want to do
more -for. lia great enterprises. Why
should you . read- church lltorat?roi
' It- is qot, necessary for. you: to keep
. informed concerning-the movements
of Us millions of members, thousands
of pastors and hundreds of millions
' of dollars invested in church in s t Hu
ll tlons. If you read church papers,
. you might get somo idea of the'; niait;
. nitudo of the church. Out of y?ur lg
noranco you can throw- a constant
stream of cold , water upon the fiery,
aeal of. th? church. My< friends,
whether you help or hinder, tan
cpurch bf God is here to stay. It Taa
imprisoned, burnid at the stake,
and persecuted- unto strango . cltl?a
long before you tried your little hand.
In one of your homos I saw a baby
picture. At first It seemed that the
tiny fellow was sitting all alone, but
on closer view I saw ? strong hand
reaching from behind firmly jrrasping
the child's dross.
Behind the dim unknown,
? StSndoth Oed within the shadow.
Keeping watch above bis own. .
;< 'The church Wae the^flrat institu-1
l tien after the home. The school la it!
sprout, Ww and government are. thej
'l?gitimai children. Israel forgot Clod
and now ha has no nation.
Nation after nation has tried to get
aiong without Qod, and their record
is written in one word--doomed.
0. Church of the Spirit, back to the
old landmarks of faith, service, sym
O. O. O. O. O. O. O. O. O. O. 0. 0 .0
o IVA PJEW8. o
(WO.-O.iO. O. O. O. O. o. o. o. o .o
Iva, August 6.?A great many from
Iva wended their way to ^arswell
Wednesday and spent the day'in shak
ing liands and talking politics with
their friends. They report an enjoy- j
Miss Annl? Bcatty left Wednesday
for Columbia to r>pcnd several weeks.
Mrs. Maggie McCown, of Anderson,
is spending seme time here at the
-home or T. B. Maudin.
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Long, of New
berry, and Mrs. M. E. Hall, of Laur
enB, are viBitlng their niece, M re. W.
Iled. J. O. Law, D. p., of Walhalla,
will preach in the Presbyterian
church hero next Sunday morning and
Hev. W. A. McAuley. of Spartan
burg, attended the S. S. conference
Mr. and Mrs. Prod Dean of Deans
Bpont a fow days here this week with
W, W: Bradley, of Alken, private
secretary to Hon. Wyatt Alken, spent
several hours hero Wednesday in the j
interest of IiIb chief.
Misses Minnie Pennell of Lowndes
ville is- spending the * \vci*k. With. her |
Bister Mrs. S. M, McAdams, i;i
Miss Susie Patterson of Mt. Carmel.l
was a visitor in town a short while |
MIbb Pearl Beat> wan shopping in
Dr. d. E. Watson 1b a business vis
itor in Columbia this wcok.
Mr. Glenn Bnsktn of Chester is on a |
visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Misses' Bessie and Myra Lee Coch
ran of Calhoun, are the guests this
vcok of. Mise Pear! Soutbcrlnnd
McGBr?. Tlios. J. Baakin and W. T.
A. Shcrard are uttendlng the farmers' I
chautauqun, which is in session thi3
week at WilliamEtun.
Dr. Edwin Hall, of A'.'.auta, is here
for a few days.
Mr. A. V. I?arnes. and children of]
Lowndesvilio, wcro In town- a fow|
W. D. McLean,' of Spar tun burg, is
the guest of his friend, W. Prank Mc
Rev. J. W. Garrison of Azi'-erson,
was in town one day this week.
Mrs. J. E. Harper of San Antonio,
Texas, who has been spend- ng Ucino j
time hero with her sister, Mrs. J.;E.
Brownlee left this week for Due West I
to visit relatives before returning
j Misses Mabel and Wlnnlo R-il-.l arc i
spending the week at 8lurevlllo with
their" cousink, Misses M E. and L. E.
3y. resolution of the Count. Execu
tive Committee the secretaries of the
various democratic clubs In the county
are directed to meet in the Court
House at Anderson, on August 10th, at
11 o'clock a. m., with . . the County
Chairman and Secretary.of the. County
Committee,, for the.purpose of examin
ing., the club rolls and ascertaining if
any irregularities exist in the enroll
ment of voters. Each secretary is
directed to appear in person or send
some one who Ib familiar with the en
rollment, for his particular club.
All other persons, who . have any I
knowledge of the existence of any lr-|
regularity In the enrollment, are re
quested to be present and givo Buch j
The names of the secretaries for the ]
clubs are.as follows:
Anderson Ward 1<?C. E. Trlbble.
Anderson Ward 2?poster Fant.
. Anderson Ward S?J. 8. Acker.
Anderson Ward 4?D, O .Browne.
Anderson Ward 0?Frank. White.
Anderson Ward 6?Bob King.
Bel ton 1 and 2?W. H. Cobb, Jr.
. Bol ton 3?J. W. Campbell.
Bishop's Branch?E. G. Arnold.
Broodaway?C. E. Martin.
Rowling Green?L- B. Knight.
Brushy Creek?W. W. Fleming.
Brogon Mill?o. F.. Foster.
Campbell's Storo?W. C. Campbell.
Cedar Grove?H. Kelly.
Concrete?J. W. Childers.
Corner?W. T. a. Shcrard.
Cox Mill?W. T. Blakeley.
Chiquola Mill?a. y. Hughes. .
Cray ton ville?W. W. Clinkscalea.
Flat - Rock?-G, W. Tucker.
Flve Eorka-rW. L. Gasey.
Fork,-No. .1-r-J." M, Broyles.
Fork No. 8??. F. Maret. "
FrankvllltH-W. a: Eirqd.
Friendship?J. C, McMillan. .. ,:
Gluck Mill?J. W. Neal. - -V
Grove School?J. a. Clinkscalea,
;> 'Hall?tW.'P. BeU?..
1 Honea Path^L F. Monroe.
Hopowell?L, E. Martirl.
Hunters Spring?*t. H. Burrlss.
Iva?A- B. Galloy. |
Long Branch?I. T. Holland.
I Martin?L. N. Martip.
Mt, Tabor?B. C. Cromer.
North /nderson?J. H. Hutchison.
,-Orr Mill?R. F. Tbackston.
,,,.pe'ndloton?H. C. Summers, Jr.
Polzor?John A. Hudgens.
Peiner No. 4?Johu MoBrearty.
P Piedmont~W. A. McCall.
1 Plorcetown?R. L. Elrod.' "
Rock Mills?R. P. Black. '
Sandy Springs?J. M. Milan.
Starr?J. B. Leverett..
, Three and Twenty?C. S Hnll.
Twtey Creek?J. M, C:"
. . Townvllle?V\m-. I laK??qy.
Walker-Mc??lmoyle?N. 8. Reaves.
West Savnnah?J. A. Jones. v;? : . <
WtlliamstonNo.l?J. C. Ducworth.
: Wllllamston No. jr-M, D. Leslie.
.;.' The above ?ecrotarlea.are requeeted
to be present on Monday, Aug- 10. at
,thq court house, i If for any reason
Ofrui. findet Impossible to attend be sore
to1 bave yb?r representative there. 0
? >" 8. D. Peajrm?ni Co. Chalonap.
'^eon U Rice, secretary.' :
P CURE STOMACH\TROUBLE
A household remedy of .the French!
peasantry, consisting of pure. vegetable
oil, aod aaid to possess wonderful merit
in the treatment of,stomach, ? liver J and
intestinal trouble*, ha* -been, introduced!
in this country by George H. Mayr, whe
for twenty years' ha* been one of tht;
leading down town drugglsta of Chi
tago and who himself >vas.cured by'itan
Use. So quick and effec'tlvoTls lta actio?
that a single dese Is usuallyj enough to
Irring pronounced relief uiafthe matt
stubborn cases, and many* people \vho>
have trjed it declare jhey never heard
of anything to produce auch remarkable
results in so short a time. It Is known
as Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy
and can now be had at almost any drug
store. It is no?? tola here by
SOLI) BX Jiy^N^J'llABMAC?.
Anderson, 8. C
?81 acres located on good public road ?
near church nud school, r? room dwell- ?
ing, 2 tenant houses, ? barns, .200 .
ncres in pine timber, 175 acres in cn?
tivation, 50 acres in.bottom Itwd, 85
acres In pasture, 3 miles from Ter
* "... fV'vv vit' - i-""'
dery. Trice $7.75 per acre?., EA?Y
TERMS 2td 6t ftw
Timber tract 131 acre m located, on
good public road, 1 mile from Bradley,
s. t . Saw timber and cord .Wood, can
bo sold for enough to pay for land.
IDEAL FARM. 21^ncres practical
ly IotoI, Ulgli a?^^^v|pii}^^j^
beautiful homer wntqr' works, 'alienee
f-sr-r out hulldintrs, 5 ostrn good ten
ant houses,' church, ana school in
sight 'This fnrni'hKB !o bo sficn to
be appreciated. Write or cnll on -
Troy, S. C.
You will be doing yourself
a good turn % m^Jin^^s
GAS RANGE. W?#*ee?i
them under the strongest
guarantee* ? ^0.
- Easy terms?$2 down and
$2;irej?^npn|^K % ?
1 >.'m ' fMAti&?m r" 't
- By the me of this pnwder :f
Peaches, Pcara, Flumi
of nny kind. Fruit, J;
Aaeh vegetables as
Beans, etc, can -be prcsert ,
' * lthontf the'use of air tight cans, s
> Hu?lelent quantity to preserve *
40 lbs. fruit for^fc^ , v ^
At all our StoresT^ ' "< ^