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SATURDAY STARTS THE BIGGEST SALE IN ANDERSON
Saturday. Jan. 16th-Opening Day Sale
For one hour from 9 to 10 a. m.
we will sell best 10c grade of L.
L.y ard-wide Sheeting
Saturday, Jan. I6th--0pening Day Sale
For one hour from lia. m. to
12 noon, we will sell best 25c
grade 5-4 Table Oil Cloth
For Ckgr* Per
Saturday. Jan. 16th--Opening Day Sale
For one hour from 2 to 3 p. m.
we will sell genuine Marseilles
Bed Spreads, $3 to $3.50 values
(some slight imperfections)
Only "Ot Each
STARTS SATURDAY, JAN. 16th.
Will Last: for Fifteen Days
Entire Fall and Winter Stock Must be Cleaned- Out Jan. 30th.
of Staple Dry Goods
Quality Straw Tlck
ln.ir. Solo Trlco
Flannel, butt 10c
grade, Sale i'rlco
Beat 10c heavy Outing in g
white and colora, Clcuruuce
all Bl*e Checks,
About 2000 Yards
of Good Cotton
Checks to go in this
We are going to take the Medicine like good
fellows without being coaxed
Everything marked to the lowest regardless of cost or loss
to us. This is one time in the year when our entire time
is devoted toJ>ut one purpose, and that is to reduce stock as
much as possible. With us at the present, is not a ques
tion of how much profit we should make, no, no, profits or
even cost is our least consid?ration, the main and most im
portant question on our hands now is
How much goods can we sell to clear
ourselves of surplus stock?
So remember that on SATURDAY, JAN.
16th starts*the biggest Money-Saving
Clearance Sale ever attempted by
. of Best
I .a. lies'
of Dress Goods
50c Wool Dress
Goods in all Shades.
Linings In all
Colors, Sale Price
One lot of Dress Goods,
Galatea Suitings, etc.,
actual 15c to 20c values,
25c New Plaids aud
Fancy Suitings In all
$1.00 Wool Dress
Goods, in Serges and
nnt.i _i? np_ HTL~
jl lie vruwws JLU
TEA T\pp TU** T **??k TL?**? All
Sweeping Clearance of Men's
and Young Men's Clothes
Buys ' any Man's or
Young Man's Stilt or
Overcoat that for
merly sold for up to
Buys any Man's .or
Young Man's Suit or.
Overcoat that for
murly sold for ?p to
Buys: any Man's or
Young Man'u Suit or
Overcoat that for
merly' sold for up to
Buys any Man'a or
Young Man's Suit or
Overcoat that for
merly sold for up to
Sale of Boy's Suits and Overcoats
One Lot of ploys''
Suits, slr.es 3 to 7t.
$1.50 values at :
Boys' Suits and
Overcoats, all the
latest styles, $5.00
Boys' SuitH and
Overcoats, all sises
: up to .17, $3.00
Sweeping Clearance of Ladies' and Misses'
Coats and Coat Suits
Sweeping Clearance of Shoes
for the Whole Family
Children's Cloth Coats,
12.00' values, Clearance
Price. ..... .. ....
Children's Long Coats
sizes up to 14, $3.00
vulucs. Clearance Price
Children's and Misses'
Long Coats, ail sizes,
$4 values, Clearance
Ladies' and Men's
Shoes, $1.36" values.
Salo Prico *
Ladies'.'and Juniors' Long Black and
Novelty Material Coats, $5.00 to $6.00
values,-Clearance. Price. ..
Ladles' and Juniors' Coats in thd lat
est models. Black and all colors,
$10.00 to $12.50 values, Clearance
prico... .,. ... ... ... .. ..
Ladles' Coat Bults.
110,00 to $12.60 values
Ladles' Coat Suits,
$15.00 to $16,50 values,
? Clearance Price
Ladies' Coat 8ults.
$18.00 to $20.00 values,
Clearance Prl<!e .
Boys' Extra Fl no
Tailored Suits In
the not^est Bul
Slzo Bed Blahkcts
in grey, tan and
' $1.50 values ?
Men's up to $2.00
Dross and Work
Shoos, Salo Price
Men's $3.00 to $3.50
High Grade Shoes
in all Leathers,
* Salo Price
Children's Shoes for
School or Dress
-wear. $1.50 values,
One lot Of Ladies,
Large Girls'-, and N
Large Boys'*up to"
$2.00 Shoes, during
this Bale at
One ' lot of Ladles'
up to $3.00 High
Grade Dtess Shoei.
Sale of Men's and Boys' Pants
Boys' :iU5 Extra
UV Cut Pants
Boys' f5c to 75c
Knlck .booker .
Clearance Price 88,0 ?>r,cc
Boys' and Girls'
' fell eltos.
Sale ' "Price
$2.60, #3.00, and
your choice tor
Underwear, 25c to
35c values, for
One Special j
Lot Of Short
up to 10c for
$1.00 Odd Lot
Pants at .
#3.60, All' Wool
FARMERS AND MERCHANTS
BANK AND FARMERS LOAN
AND TRUST CO.
One Has Paid Out $273,000 and j
the Other $101,000?Have
Resources Over Million.
It Is rather un unuuunl showing that
the Farmers und Merchants Hank and I
the Farmers Ixian and Trust Company'
make in dividend paying. These two
Institutions operate together and un
der tho same management.
The Farmers and Merchants Hank'
un a capital of $100,000 has paid out
in dividend* $27:1,000, or $273 on every [
$100 of Block. The Farmers Loan
and Trust Company on a capital of i
$70.000 has paid nit in dividends
$101,000. which is about $133 on ewsry,
$100 of stock.
- And they still have nearly $100,000 j
in capital, surplus and undivided pro
fits, and their combined resources are |
a little the rise of $1,000,000.
Ppfcial to The Ink'lligcncer.
SENECA. Jan.. 14.^-On Tuesday
night at nine o'clock in the Presby
terian church, in the presence of a
host of friends the marriage of Mr. T.
B. Allen Joues, of Townvllle, *?nd MIbh !
Curry Lew in Hunter of this place was j
cunsumated, the Rev. I. E. Wallace, I
officiating. This marriage has been.
the chief ovnt in the social horizon [
of Seneca for several weeks and had
been looked forward to by the manyj
friends of this popular young couple j
throughout this wholo section..
Mrs. Jones la the daughter of Mr.
W. S. Hunter, ono of the most proml
nont and influential merchants in this |
part of the country, snd an influential
member of tho. Presbyterian church at
this, place. , Mrs. Jones was very
prominent in church circles, having
been for a number of years the most
efficient and faithful organist at the
Presbyterian church. .
It was pronounced one of the pret
tiest affairs ever witnessed in Seneca.
And these young people have the best j
wishes 'of many friends for their fu
Mr. W. K. Livingston left WednoB
day for,Mississippi for a business trip j
of a week Or more.
Mr. Will Thomas, of near Lockhart,
is visiting his brother. Dr. D. P.
Thorn a son, of near Lockhart, is visit
ing his brother, Dr. ?>. F. Thoinason,
of this place.
Mr. Thomas Heynes of the New
Hope section of this county died last j
Sunday. Mr. Haynie was about slaty
years old, and the father of a large)
family of grown children, and a high
ly respected citizen in his community.
Mrs. ' Stiles Barren spent the day
with her mother, Mrs. E. O. Hurley,]
of Walhalla, last .Tuesday, it being
tho occasion of tho anniversary of |
Mrs. Hurley's sixtieth birthday.
Mr W. T. Doylo of the Bethel sec
tion of this county died last week In
Columbia,' where' ho had been carried
to the State Hospital for Insane, suf
fering with the dread disease, pella
gra. Mr. Doyle was a Confederate'sold
ier, ? member of the Methodist church !
and a good citizen. He was. the father ]
of two sons, both of whom arc minis
ters Jf the C0?I>Cl end two daughters,
all of whom survive him. Tho sons
arb tho Rov. W. Bruce Doyle, a minis
ter pf the Fresh, ifecttft .church, and
.paw raiding In Florida; and the Rev.
jiurctt R. Doyle of the .-.Methodist
rhun-h. now located at Centlnary, this
State; tho rv^htors are- UtB.%3^Wi
Oreen and Miss Solriia Doyle, both of
this county. '
Mr. Ford Wyatt, son of Mr. O. F.
Wyntt of Now Hope section, and Mi?a i
Bossier h rown. daughter ofITir.&tiXij
Brown of Wolfo Stake, were married
at. Walhalla by John F. Cr&ig -last
jMrs. John C. Cajy, who has,, been
visit 1 n g her slater.' Mrs. D. P. Thorn p. ]
ion, for a week,.has returned to her|
.'.ionic in Greenville, . j?i
! Mies Sue Hunter returned Wednes
day to Lander College where sbe is a]
seblo-. <ti '5'v-- ;r .\:- -'-ri-.i .
i Mrs. Geo. Townsend has < returned
;"Jni*. and Mrs. Jas. H. Thompson
have returned to Atlanta after attend
ing the Hunter-Jones wedding.
..i .Mrs. Hugh Hoi Ionian, has returned
[Urom a visit ofW^*4k&MiklimA*
o o o o o o o o 0 3 0 o o o o o o O ?I
3t ''- e i
If ilrtV tostWR
W/ION ?BWS . - o]
0.0 o e o o ?oo ooo a o o O o o o|
' ?itorV? M. Horton, our R. Fl b^niari.
nays it taker? three G*a to Induce
Undo Sam's men to travel over, tho
ds in the present condition. Grit?
ce and Greenbacks.
. r. Jones Marris!? very 111 at his
ti?m?*SMt?Wii?^?* ->< ..
Mr. Campbell of Grecnvlllo. spent 1
Ui?^etend with his friend, Itbama
fCree?pn McSwain, the nine year old
,00*0! kv. Man; Kre. J. Xhi tytmsm.
\m?c harte? a?j?nion Grove Monday.
Rev-...&-.w^gr*nhftr. 'conducted:.. **i
MM)* iiW?&'i died.; ^urony
orbing at the. hone of his
of yp-ar children made at your
horn*.*. % " h '.'
Keep a record of your Child,
it will be a treasure in old age.
Let us know when to call.
Green's Art Shop
On The Square.
Attractive Values In
Read my list and see if I
haven't got what you
One 52 acre tract.
One 65 acre tract.
One 82 acre tract.
One 30 acre tract.
One 43 acre tract.
And a lot of others that
I haven't mentioned.
Call on me and let me
explain to you where
these are and the prices.
H. G. Loves,
Office Over Ifabbard's Jewelry Store.
Something For Nothing
Youngs Island, S. C, Nor. 23, 1914,
To get started: with you wo make
you tho following offer. Send us $1.60
for 1,000 Frost Proof Cabbage Plants,
grown In the open air and will stand
freezing, grown from the Celebrated
Seed of Bol gin a & Son and Thorbom
& Co., and I will send you 1,000 Cab
bage Plants additional FREE, and yon
can repeat the order as many times
as you like. I will give yon special
prices on Potato Seed and Potato
Plants later. Wo wuui ifre fc?????i?
of close buyers, large and small. Wo
can supply all.
I BROKE MY
once aud 1 found how Inconvenient.it
was to' be:unable to use my eyes for
t^e balance of the day.
I made a resolve then that I would
make it posalblo to replaco Q..broken
lens, however complicated its formule,
the same day the order was loft With
I have succeeded even better than
I hoped, for how we.are able to r?
Vgm- Jtt?<hrWfe& i lens. V?ven wkftre
you do not give us the prescription7;
in. from one tp throe bourn,, with an
exact duplicate MA.DI5 IN OUR. OrVN
IJtli 'th4s^,irprtli anything to,you?Sit
so remember Uils advertisement t|ic
R?j&Min? yoii break a ieps> ? / <
Wmtfm oatjr7one^e?aa?ple of the
thoroughness and modernness of-.my
"$urents wish to extend their sympathy
^.;^:^Ui:4Jiairay, of Uberjty.
A.mft*ni1?A ?Jmla nnn>>n.u>. _
^^'at^d?d thols nephew;* funeral
er^^rTtter^: ehe. w|li e*t?r??ga
ho told trionf??