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College (?lcc Club. 1
Tin: Anderson College Glco Club
composed of 16 young ludics, who
bave been trained by Miss Sara Strun
athan, will give a delightful enter
tainment In the college auditorium on
Monday evening. A beautiful program,
consisting of soin, duets, trios and '
choruses, has beon arranged and it
promises to he one of the moat charm
ing affairs ever given at the. college.
Admission prleo will he 2."> cenlH and
tickets are on sale at Evans' I'liar
m.acy. A large audience phould bu
present on Monday evening. \
Ited Cross Seul*.
As the Chrlstmun season draws near
(lie young ladles in charge of the
sale of red cross seuls wil! rapidly
push their sale, and th&y earnestly
ask the cooperation of every one In
Anderson to help them raiBo n nice
amount for title cause.
Ladies' Day at Elks Cloh.
Friday was au usual Ladies' Hay at
the Elks Club and quite a number of
ladles were, the guests on this occa
sion. The days at the Elks homo are
always charmingly pleasant and in
formal and fully enjoyed by the la
dles. . Mrs. Ralph Rumor and Mrs.
A. S. Farmer serv/ed dainty refresh
ments after which danelung was en
Joyed by a numbnr of those present
for quite a -.white. Mesdames C F.
Ross, T. L. Colv, (J, S. Morrleon. J. H.
Honny of La Grange, Ga.; W. D. Mc
Lean, O. D. Anderson, A. S. Farmor,
Ralph Ram er. Misses Jessie Browne,
Caroline Vance of Columbta Lalla
Mao Dial of Laurens, Louise Gllmor,
Ella May Camming.*, Hertha Cnslin;
.Una Patrick and Mrs. Huntor wore
among those present.
Informal Little Rook Party.
. A charming little affair on the
j week's social list was the rook party
given on Thursday evening by Mr.
and Mrp. Irving Brownlce at their
pre! o' homo on SQUtl^MeDufao stre
* This, popular antP ?Utractlvp 3 young
couple had JiiBt a few friends In for
a pleasant informal evening and u
very happy occasion it proved to ' be. I
tTliclr KUC-HtK wen-: Mr. and Mrs.
iyiuls Horton, Mr. and Mrs. T. I* Cely.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur ltolman.
Miss Watson III.
I The friends of Miss Etoile Watson
'will regref to hear thai hIic Ih ser
iously til nt her home on South Me
In Honor of Judge Memmhiger.
A prelly compliment to Judge Mein?
m Inger, who has been holding court
here, wan the elegant dinner given In
hit; honor on Friday evening by Mr.
and Mrs. T. Frank Watkins at their
pretty home on. North Me Duffle street.
The beautiful decorations were sug
gestive of the Christmas season and
were prettily carried out in every de
tail. The cut gluKs and silver makiug
tlio table particularly attractive. Tho
c'/enlng was nn unusually pleasant
one and thoroughly enjoyed by all j
present, among whom, besides tho
honor guest, were: Mr. and Mrs. J. L. ',
Sherard, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Greene.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Shumate, Mr. and
Mrs. S. L. Prince and Mr. A. H. Dag
Mrs. Wm. Overman.
The following complimentary no
tice in Salisbury (N. C.) Post of Mrs.
Overman's brilliant and ablo address (
delivered on historical evening nt the '
recent IT. D. C. convention in York- !
ville will be read with great interest,
by her many friends and admirers in
Anderson. Besides her rare mental
endowment, Mrs. Overman possesses
a gracious and charming personality
that makes her a leader among wo
Tho many Salisbury friends of Mrs.
William H. Overman will be'interest
ed to learn that during the recent U.
D. C. convention in Yorkvlllo, S. C,
sho delivered a brilliant and able ad
dross, of which the York News gives j
the following complimentary notice:
"A splendid nddrens was delivered
by Mrs. William H. Overman of An
derson, former president of tho North
Carolina, dtvlsiqn, U. D. C. * Mrs.
Overman spok'o on "Our Birthright?
Tho, Rebuilding of the 8outh" and
she thrilled every hearer with her In
TO GET READY FOR CHRISTMAS
? DO PART TODAY
You can do more today in a few hours than
! you will accomplish in half a day during the
"eleventh hour" rush. You will have plenty of
time, the cordial and politie service of salespeo
ple, ai.\d the best choice that all the stores have
to of fer. i
COME TO THE BEE HIVE
For Cow Boy? Cow Girl and Indian Suits, Kid
Gloves, Rugs, Art Squares, Linens, Bags,
'Trunks, Suit Cases, Handkerchiefs, Comforts,
Blankets, Bath Robes, Umbrellas?in fact, it
will be safe to come to [The Bee Hive for all
your gift wares if you are looking for practi
ca!, useful gifts at economical prices.
TP BEE HIVE
6. H. BAUES. ProQrietor
Mrs. Overman received many com
pliments on her address, which v as
moHl graciously and enthusiastically
received. Many distinguished men
and women who were present compli
mented her highly and called her ad
dress eloquent. In introducing Mrs.
Overman, tltc State historian of the
17. I>. C. compared her to Hypatia,
buying that "she had lived In South
Carolina, been captured und carried
off to North Carolina, and had re
turned to her native State, represen
ting perpetual youth!" During her
stay In Yorkvllle, Mrs. Overman was
un honored guest at the handsome
home of Hon. David E. FInley, mem
ber of congresB, and was the recipient
of many charming social attentions.
Notwithstanding her warm welcome
and enthusiastic reception by South
Carolina Daughters Mrs. Overman 1b
Btlll a member of the North Carolina
division of the U. D. C, loyalty to
"tho Old North State," havtlng kept
her from moving her membership.
Mrs. Arthur Holman was the. grac
ious hoBtess to the PrlsclIIa Club on
Friday morning. ThiB club was or
ganized by those ladleB before they
were married and so several weeks
ago they all decided to reorganize and
they have already held several de
lightful meetings, one of the :>leaaant
cst being the one Friday morning.
Mrs. Holman is an ideal hostess and
the members present Friday were:
Mesdames Raymond Fret well, Tom Al
len, W. J. Muldrow, S. L, Prince and
Miss Carrie Fretwell has gone to
Charleston to visit friends.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Speer are at
home after a week's visit to re?-vives
Miss Elizabeth Hudgens has gone
to Epworth to visit Mrs. J. W. Payne.
. . ? .1
Shower For Mrs. Eerie.
Mrs. C. B. Barle was 'Mrs. Clarence
Sullivan's charming honor guest at a
household shower on Friday after
noon at the pretty home of Mrs. Leila
Sullivan on South. McDuffle street.
Mrs. Earle's attractive new home on
South MrDqfne street Is juet being j
completed and her many friends an
ticipating her beginning to keep house j
have planned several delightful show
ers In her honor and she ha3 been
the recipient of many pretty and use- j
ful articles for her home. Mrs. T. 8.
Crayt'on and Mrs. Walter Brock met
the guests at tho door and Invited
them Into the coxq parlor where some
time wob spent in an Informal social
manner. Later the ladies were in
vited into tbe dining room to inspect!
the beautiful display of gifts for the
honor?e and here an elegant salad
course wob served by the fair host ess.
assisted by Mrs. W. R. Wones. Mrs.
Sullivan's guests were: Mesdamea J.
Rl Vandiver, W. H. Nardln, Arthur
Holman, Raymond Fretwell, Nardln
Webb, C. B. Greene, T. E. Howard, W.
J. Mul?row, J. M Sullivan, Jr., Jake
Sullivan, John Breazeale, Le Roy
Fuies, B. B. Hart. J. J. Baldwin, Clar
ence Brock, Florence Thompson, Ed
Marshall, Bryan Walton, Eula Dil?
lingham, A. P. Johnstone, Harry Gels
burg, F. E. Watkins. Jr., Will Divve?,
Misses Annie "Chapman,'May Russell,
Helen Patrick, Nolle Barton, Joe
Broyles, Rhoda Vandiver.
A Christmas Wedding.
The following invitations have been
'Mr. Mathew Anderson Cobb
requests- the honor of your presence
at the marriage of his daughter
Mr. Marshall Wesley Mason
on tho afternoon i>f Wednesday, the
thirtieth of December, at a quar
ter after four o'clock
Triangle church near
Belton, S. C.
Iv D, C
The "L. D. C." enjoyed two excep
tionally attractive social affaira dur
ing the past week which add much to
the desirability of membership. The
affaira of the organisation bave pro-*
grossed splendidly, far beyond tho ex
pectations of Its originators who are
more than satisfied with the results
of their efforts. There will probably
be no .more meetings this month, due
to the holiday season, but these will
be resumed shortly sifter the advent
of the-New Year. A number of inno
vations In entertainments. hsv? b*en
planned and the members are looking
forward with Pleasure to the resump
tion of act i vit ion.
A Delightful Parry.
MIsb Elisabeth Robinson was the
attractive hostess for a few friends on
Thursday evening when she entertain
ed in the "play rooms" la tbe yard
at tho beautiful home of Mr. W. T..
Brissey. The evening was spent In a
delight Cully informal manner and wa*
thoroughly enjoyed by all those pres
ent Dainty refreshments were serv
Her guests were: Misses Lots Wells.
Ruth Wells, Willie Cana, Esther Las-1
slt?T, Nolle Flndley and Misse? Wal
lace, Mesrfrs. A. B. Beeland, E. P.j
Valentine, n. B. Findley. G. P. Lassl
.sr. Julc Earle John Karle John Wll
Robinson and Dr. Forest Suggs.
The tnemberB of the Elks Club ar
planning a charming reception am
card party for the evening of Decent
her 31, when those present will watel
the old year out and the new one In
'hese young men have establlshei
quite a reputation for their beautifu
social affutrs and this ui'nounccmen
will give a great deal of pleasure t
the members of the social set, ar.
they will look forward to this ocoa
slon au one of the chief attractions o
'hrlstinas week. '
Miss Herta Newton of the clt;
schools was called to Baltimore yes
terday afternoon by the critical Ulne3
of her father, who is in John? Hop
Mrs. J .E. Forney left yesterday fo
Augusta and Thomson, Ga., to vlsi
I her sons.
MisB .Mab Bonham. who has beei
I visiting friends In Baltimore left yea
i terday for New York, where she w?i
visit friends. Miss Bonhnm will re
turn home in time for the Christma
.Miss Balles Entertain*.
A small hut charming little Infor
mal affair was given by Miss Azalr.
Balles on Tuesday evening when sh
entertained about a dozen friends a
the pretty home of her brother, Mr
Gcorgo Bailes, on Calhoun street
Cards were enjoyed and later the;
were put aside and dainty refresh
meats served. Those present were
Mr. and Mrs. Wade Sanders, Misse
Gertrude Sanders, Leila Mosely, Mar
j Merchants Enjoyed
Fine Bay's Business
One of the leading merchants of tin
city stated last night that he had ha<
the biggeat day's business of the fall
and merchans generally were unani
mous in pronouncing Saturday one o
the busiest days of the season. Foi
one thing, the weather was ideal, thu
enabling people living at a distance ti
get to the city. Another cause is tha
the holiday season is on, a time whei
trade .naturally pick."} .up. But with i
all, there is not the amount of bust
nesB being done now..that was dorn
last year at thu time, a conditio)
which Is naturally. t,o be expected.
Has Xmas Seals. >->'
The management bl the local brand
of the Southern 'IhtpreBB Company
stated yesterday that the Anderson of
flee is plentifully supplied with "Don't
open-until-ChTlfttmaB" seals for tin
use of those Who desire to send thel:
Christmas presents before the ruai
and have the opening of the same b:
the recipients deferred until the prop
cr time. These seals will be suppllet
patrons of the express company.' Tin
local office expects the movement o
Christmas goods -to.-begin this week.
S. K, Wolfe4, Resigns
Ah V. Pi. Com mission er.
Sam'l M. Wolfe yesterday forward
ed to Judge Henry A. M. Smith of tin
United States district court his reslg
nation as United States commisslone:
at Anderson. This action on the par
of Mr. Wolfe was made necessary b;
reason of his being elected to the leg
islature, the law forbidding one hold
Igg two offices of honor or profit a
the samo time. Mr. Wolfe was ap
pointed commissioner six years ago t>:
Judge William H.-Brawley, now re
tired. Upon the expiration of his firs
term, Mr. .Wolfe was, reappointed. .
', -, V b>
Sends to Ifa
For White Man..
Sheriff Ashley yesterday sent Dep
uty Jim Williams to Iva to, bring bac]
to Anderson a white man named In
Earle, who ia charged with non-sup
port of his family.-. Deputy Olln San
ders went to 'Iva some days ago afte
Earle, but the later is sa'd to hav<
fled upon the approach of the office
and made his escape^ The arrest li
this instance was made by Deputy J
H. Cann, constable*, for Magistrat
Young of .Iva.
I For Benefit of
Belgian 8 offerers.
A contest will be given at the resi
dence of Judge and Mrs. W. F. Co:
next Tuesday evening at 8:30 o'clocl
by a corps of weU known artists o
Greenville. The proceeds of the con
cert will go to swell the^local Belgiai
relief fund. An admission fee of 21
cents will be charged. It is anno une
ed that the party from, Greenville wll
render the concert without cost, tha
is, they will make the trip to Ander
son' for only their expenses. The con
cert will be under ?he direction o
Prot P?aton. director.of mustc-in th'
Clreenville. Woman's College. Thon
who will take part in the concert are
Miss Wineow, soprano; Mrs. Luthei
rentrai to: Mac Rabb, tenor; Franl
Cox, bass; Prof. Gils SWirt. violin. .
According to figures furnished by t
A,. Bolt, special agent of the govern
ment for the correction of smalm
statistics In Anderson County, th
number of bales of'.cfttiost ginned Ii
the county ap to Docombor 1 numbs
49.030. Tb? n?mW Of bales ginn?
up to December 1 last year wore 60,
807. Tha difference fn the amount o
cotton ginned for the two periods 1
11.767 bales, in favor of last year. 1
la stated that the large amount or cot
ton which did not open is responslbl
for the shortage in the crop. for th I
county. T .. . _
garet Archer, Charlotte Parka, Prof.
Parka, Messrs. Mac Sanders, Ned Pro
vost, Thomas Cartwrlght and Mr.
Rone Hill Club.
A congenial party of ladles played
cards at the Rose Hill Club on Tues
day and after several delightful 1
games the cards were put aside and
dainty refreshments served. Among
those present were: Mesdames A. S.
Farmer, C. U. J. DeCamp, Alice Sykep,
T. E. Howard. J. J. Baldwin, J. D
Hammett, J. H. Godfrey, B. B. Gos
sett, Valentine, Misses Margaret |
Evans and Felicia Murray.
Mr. Barton's Dinner Party.
One of the handsomest affairs of
the whole week was the dinner given ]
by Mr. J. E. Bnrtop on Friday even
ing at his beautiful home on Calhour,
street. His guests included the city
council and city officials, 16 in all, and
a most delightful time* was spent by
all. The dining room vas exquisite
in its decorations of red, t'lggestive of
the Christmas season, wl?h an ele
gant arrangement of cut glass ar.d
silver and tall crystal candelabra with
red candles. The only no ?vers used
were red carnations. An elegant
eight course dinner wa& beautifully
served, after which a number of
splendid toasts were given. Mr. J. H.
Cralg, in his own happy style, act
ing as toastmaster. Mayor J. H. God
frey, "Does Anderson Need Street
Paving and Why?" City Engineer
Wade Sanders. "Best Methods of
Street Paving;" City Attorney Q. C.
Sullivan, "Bond Issue and How to
Obtain It;" R. E. Llgon, "Great An
derson." T. F. Watkins ended with a
few bright and .well chosen remarks
(that ended a delightfully pleasant oc
When Henry Sharp, a well known
farmer of I^a, route 3, went to tho
stable of E. M. Duckworth, in thiB
city, yesterday morning to get his
mule, whero ho had left it tbe night
before, he discovered that tho faithful
animal had disappeared. Mr. Sharp
came to Anderson Friday night with
a BUpply of eggB and other products
of the farm,'which he intended dis
posing of Saturday. He drove to j
Duckworth's stable, where he left his
mule and products for the night. A
negro who workB at the. stable stated
that when ho went to work yesterday
morning he discovered that the Btable
had been broken into during the night. |
The staple which, held the. hasp and
lock had been drawn and the lock and
staple were found lying on the ground!
A negro made the. trip to And or son
with Mr. Sharp and yesterday, morn
ing he could not be located. A .po
liceman reported that About 2 o'clock
Friday morning he. noticed a' white
man ad. two negroes cross tbe square.
While uetthe? of thess arc clses^inrfo \
speak, they are being Investigated by
officers who were put to work On the
case. . '*
>'0 Advance in '
Price of Cotton,
There was ab advance In the price
of cotton over the day before m the
Anderr n market yesterday, the Btapls
selling all the way from 31-4 to G 5-8
cents per pound. A : considerable
quantity of the product was sold on
the streets yesterday, evidently by
people who are in need of a little cash
for the approaching holiday season.
Mr. John Thompson
IU at UocpnaL
The friends of Mr. John Thompson, j
cashier of tho local branch of the !
Southern Bell Telephone and Tele
graph ..Company, will .regret to learn !
that lie Is ill al.';the ho?pital, whejre
he underwent an operation for appe
dicitis. His many frleads, thrQug?oht I
the.city hope to see him out. an the [
streets shortly. ~,
II?! : : \,~ ..!.;
Beltou, 8: O"
' Dec. Il; 1M41 .
Dear Santa'Claus*. My little sister
want a celould dooll and I ' want a |
dool and corrige and bed and my lit
tle sister want a cow that will holer ]
sind I want ? lot of fruit from your
Ware Shoais a. C.
Dear good old Santy claus I. will
write you a little litten to let you no
that I want you to Bring me a Big
sleeping dolly and a carlg and a
table and a Stove and Sum fruit and
candy Sandy I have ? little Brother
that want you to Bring hem a try
slckle and a horn and a fjaltsface a
Sura fruit and candy to Sandy I have
d little Baby Brother and he want you
to Bring hem a little rocky horce and
a. horn and a little niger dolly and
Sum fruit and candy :
Sauy I hatto a good mother and I
want ' <>u to Brings her Sunpthing
Pretty and I have a good rather and
I want yon to Brings .hem Sunpthlng
Ola Lucllo Garrison
and Sandy X want you ' to Brings me
your truly Ola Lucil? Garrison
Dear Sandy I forgot to tell yon, a
Boat sum little Children hear that
h an to got know Parents to pay Sandy
claws for them Plea Brings them
dear old 8ante claus please bring
me an cap pistol and some apples and
oranges, and reals ens dines wo-tho of
caps negro toes eugrah wald am.1 Are
crackes roman canons skle rockex 1
dec 1 Your friend
s I Fred. Gultey anderson, a t
E. franklin. 8. T. house No 325
Store Borns Friday Morning.
Special to The JutWtlgenoer. (
8ENECA, Dec. 12?Early Friday ,
morning the store operated by Fos*
ter Bros, at Richland was descover- j
ed to be on tire. Tbe building was
soon a mass of fi?mes and tbe stock
of goods was a complete loss partial
ly covered by Insurance. The Are Is
believed to have been of incendiary
origin, and during the day two sus
pects were arrested. It is thought
that the building was fired to cover
the tracks of robbery.
The City Being Berated.
Mr. H. C. White, of Columbia, repre
senting the South Carolina Insepct
ing and Rating Bureau, has been in
the ctiy for several days re-rating the
mercantile and dwelling houses, for
the insurance companies
The many friends Id Seneca of Mr.
Lewis H. Gary of Greenville, are glad
to hear of his, election to a seat in the
city council. Mr. Cary comes from a
family conspicuous for its public ser
vice, and no doubt will acquit him
self with honor to the family and
credit to the town he serves*.
Mr. A. G. Fretweil, the veteran
railroad contractor, of Anderson was
in Seneca for a while Friday.
Capt. J. H. Buesse, of Athens, Ga.,
' was a visitor to our town this week
I on business.
Mr. U. G. Salla, a prominent hotel
[man and taylor of Anderson, was in
Seneca for several hours Thursday.
Messrs. C. C. Spain and J. H. Garner
popular traveling men out of Green
ville were in Seneca Thursday.
Mr. C. M. Watkins of Anderson , was
a business visitor to Seneca Thurs
Mr. W. N. Bass, of Spartanburg was
in Seneca on business Thursday.
Mr. Frank Sloan, representing the
Anderson Fertilizer Co., was in Sene
ca Friday. Mr. Sloan Is a grandson |
of our townsman, Maj. B. F. Sloan.
Mr. Davis, of Greenville, spent a
day or two In this vicinity visiting
relatives and hunting the latter part
of this week.
Miss Morrison of Clemson College
visited her sisted here the latter part
of this week.
Mrs. H. P. Holliman spent several
days in Atlanta this week.
On last Monday afternoon Mrs. J.
W. Byrd, entertained the Ladies Aid
Society of the Presbyterian church and
a few friends in honor of Miss Hunter,
with a handkerchief .shower. A Miss
Hunter is soon to be married tb Mr.
[T. B. Jones of Town ville. A contest
! in the form of a romance in verse af
forded a great deal of amusement. The
prize was a book of Vtried receipts."'
Jt was won ort M$?. gfr. Ji Boloway..
/ho graciously, presented i| to 'the
bride elect. /The handkerchiefs N?erej
Collected by little Miss Sue Alice f^w-'
?ence.and presented in a pretty little
nfiwh. Mm Rvrrl ?n> opnlntoH In
serving a very elaborate luncheon
>y Mesdames J. L. Lowry and J. L.
Lawrence. On next Friday afternoon
Mrs. B. A. Lowry will entertain in
lonor of Miss Hunter.
MLbb Sadie Donald and Mr. B. M
3rant, both of near here were married
it Townville, on last Sunday.
On the same day another couple
From Near Seneca were married at
I/own v/i lie by Rev. T. U. Ligon, at
lis borne. They were Mr. Marshall
Dlllard and Miss Ola Sheriff from the
Mtb. Cleve Folger is vi Biting her
sister, Mrs. Leavelle, in No wherry.
Mrs. R. R. Mi lam, and little son,
af Sandy Springs, are visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Harper
[or a fow days.
Miss Esther Lander, one of the
teachers in the Clemson Graded school
spent the week-end last week with
der cousins, the Misses Clarksons.
Capt. and .Mrs. J. H. Alexander,
left this week for a trip through
Georgia and Florida. They will be
away until after the holidays.
Mrs. W. P. Reld will leave next
week for Beaufort to spend the holi
days with her daughter, Mrs. D.
The Once a Week Club wag enter
tained this week by Mrs. J. H.
Adams The subject discussed was
"Home Economics. There was a good
attendance of the club and the meet
ing was an interesting one.- Mrs.
Adams is a charming hostoss, and de
lightful refreshments were served.
Mrs. Thomson, who has been visit
ing her son, Dr. D. P. Thomson has
returned to her home in Spartan
dear old Santo Claus please bring me
a air Rifle and some reaisenB and
organises and apples negrotoeB Are
crackxtrds skie rockets roman canon
R. e. Thornton andersofj? $.
lena. ST. 130 dec 1
Dear Santa I am a little girl Eleven
years old will you Please bring me
a Doll crayoos drawing tablet and a
lunch box some fruit and candy. I
have a little brother five years and
hfe wants a try cyle little axe and a
knife fire crackers and nuts candy and
And we will love you very much.
Vour Little Friends Alice and Ben
Peaman Harris Fair Play S C R R D 1
Beiton, S. C.
Dec= 11, 1914.
Dear Santa Claus:.
My brother and I want you to bring
u8 a lot of things. I want you to
bring me a -.raincoat and a pair of
over shoes and ? doll. And S J wants
you to hr?n? him a train and a pack
age of firecrackers and we want you
to bring up soqio fruit. i j
>- i# $ $Ybur\frIends<;/
iSJF * 1 m Mae:1 and-S J Kay i
Jp: v S iL B M 2 ; j
Mtes'Dessi? Newton ?T Pendleton
?? .1 I- -? - w* --.- w?wa-ft*?wo A4I VUV CIV/ 7?)OIVIUaj< 1
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jPrices reduced on every pair of shoes in
, , our store. ^?-f ;.
! I ^AUitien's $5.00 in&.$Q.0? a;r,;.;;,;;;%j^
pne lotmen's ^
! " # erit ?oU Shoes . J.. .. '. . ^.l.!. L.:T$1.9S "
One lot ladies' $3.5p and $4.50 Gun
Metal. Shoes .... ............ .$2*1)5 *
One lot men's $2.00 Dull Leather
Shoes h. : . 91.39
One lot ladies' $3:00 an d $3.50 Pat
ent Colt Shoes.. -... .$1.85
One lot ladies' $2.50 Vici Kid Shoe's $1.39
(.One lot misses'r$2.00 Shoes.... .$1.19
Ladies' Felt ?omfys with lamb's
wool ihner spies, worth $1.50; salie
l/p,M.WJk *.., .? . ? ? ..... . ? ? . .... .. . . ..... 95c
Men's Felt Comfys, worth $1.$0_95*$
These .are oniv a^
ues we are offering: in all. kinds of foot*
wean ftemember, the prices are cut on
every pair in the store.
Get'em at Thompson's
?ad Save the Differeeee
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