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Following our time-honored custom of not carrying over anything from one season to an
other, we have gone through our stocks and re-marked the following articles of Winter
Wearing Apparel DOW N to a price that will move them.
SALE BEGINS THIS MORNING
Read carefully the reductions, and bear this in mind: "That nothing you can buy from T.
L. Cely Co. is yours until you are satisfied; that your money is not ours until you are per
fectly satisfied with your purchase."
frl.oo shirts, now.$ .80
1.50 shirts now.1.15
2.00 shirts now.1.65
2.50 shirts now.2.00
$1.00 shirts now. ... .$ .80
1.50 shirts now.1.15
2.00 shirts now.1.66
$.?.oo grades "Royal Plush,'1 per suit,
3.00 Woolen Underwear, per suit, now .2.30
2.00 Cotton Underwear, per suit, now 1.50
, l.oo Cotton Underwear, per suit, now .80
$2.50 Dress Kids now.$2.00
2.oo Dress Kids now.1.65
1.5? Dress Kids now.1.15
l.oo Dress Kids now. .80
.75 Boys' Scouts now.50
1.25 Work Gloves now.90
$ .50 Ties now 3 for.$1.00
.75 Ties now. ,.50
l.oo Ties now.80
1.50 Ties now.1.15.
2.00 Ties now.1.65
$3.00 Vests now.; .$2.00
3.50 Vests now. ... ..... 2.75
4.0G Vests now., . .3,00
4.50 Vests now.3.25
5.00 Vests now.3.50
5oc grades now...$ .40
75c grades now.SO
$1.00 grades now. . .80
$2.00 grades, per suit, now.$1.65
1.50 grades, per suit, now.1.15
1.00 grades, per suit, now.80
$ 6.00 Hath Robes now.
7.5o Bath Robes now,
10.00 Rath Robes now.
$1.50 Soft Kid stock now.$2.75
2.50 Soft Kid stock now.2-00
2.00 Soft Kid stock now.1.65
$1.50 Outing Shirts now.. ....$1.15
1.00 Outing Shirts now. .80
.75 Outing Shirts now.50
Fancy and Plain.
?8.00 Jackets now.$4.25
S.00 Jackets now.3.50
$4.f?o Wool Sweaters now.$2.90
. 3,50 Wool Sweaters now.2.65
l.5o Wool Sweaters now.1.15
10 per cent. Reduction on all Suit Cases and Bags During This Sale
Our new Spring line of samples
from Ed. V, Price & Co., (Who's
Your Tailor.) and wg would be
pleased to show them to you.
F. L Cely Co
Under Hotel Chiquola
A HAT SPECIAL
150 Hats which formerly sold for
$2.00, $2.50 and $3.00,
MAY NOT CARRY
Vessel Loading at Port Arthur,
Texas* May Not Be Permitted
(Uy AMoe&ted Pros.)
LONDON, Jan. 14^(7:05 p. in.)?
Cable advices to the lirelgn office to
day said that loading of the Hamburg
American steuroBhip- &*cla at Port
Arthur, Tez? had besa suspended.
The hope is entortaloed In ovulai cir
cles that the Unlfed States will not
permit this former Gsrnrnv vessel,
validity of whose transfer lb "Ameri
can registry is questioned, to enter
the aorman cotton trade.
The Washington suggestion tbat the.
Dacia might.?sjrry cotton to Rotter
dam instead of Bremen la not re
garded by- British officials 68 Offering
a solution, j he fomgu office' ?s ?bt
disposed to decide precisely what ac
tion will bo taken until It Is known
positively that the Dacia has sailed
for Germany under the American
flag. Even then It Is probable, a prom
inent official intimated, that hor car
go 'would be permtvted to reach Its
destination, but the vesi el detained, it
the facts In connection with her sale
are reported here. '
The foreign office announced todLy
that the Swedish vessels. Canton and
New Sweden, from New York for
Goethenburg, had been released.
American owners of lumber cargoes
which hare been detained, compla'.n
that the lumber Is held until the
charges against it exceed the Invoice
Interested shippers declare the of
ficial British statement that only
seven neutral vessels now are ?n prize
courts and only five others are being
detained In English port for exami
nation Is not a correct indication ot
the amount of alleged contraband be
ing hold up, since thousands of ques
tioned consignments * are stored in
Prineetea Gets Donation.
. PRINCETON, N? J\. Janj 14.
Princeton University will receive a
quarter of * till lion dollars . from
H?rs, ?isse? Jage, "provided a lifts
amount la raised by July l. according
to announcement today by the uni
versity's trust?es. The donation la
for a new university dining hall. Al
ready $75,000 has been raised toward
the needed $250,000.
and V-Crlmped Roofing io 0, 7, 8 and
Only required with V-G'rimped Rooflnr.
o o o o o o
The Missionary aud Aid Society of
the .Presbyterian church held their
first meeting of the new year with
Mrs. J. R. McGee on Wednosday af
ternoon at 3 o'clock. Two very In
teresting papers were read by Misses
Lula Price and Millie McCulIougb.
After the business had been transact
ed the hostess served a delicious sal
ad course. The next meeting will be
with Mrs. S. Ml McAdams and Mrs.
W. It. Mulllnax at the home of the for
. K.Y?. Charlie McGee and children of
Atlanta are spending some time at tbs
home of Mrs. Jane McGee.
Mr. John D. Askew of Atlanta is in
town this week on business. . .
Rov. s. J. Hood baa returned from
a few days stay With relatives in Gas
ton ta and Charlotte.
Mr. J. & Wakefleld of Elberton, Qa.,
haa been spending a few days here
with the family of his son, Mr. H W.
Mr. Mac Beatiy was a visitor In An
derson Monday. ;
Mr. and Mrs. j. c. Jones, who. have
epent tho past (wo woeka with rela
tives in Starr nnd Hartwell, Qa. haws
M?T. Langd on Ligon spent Saturday
and Sunday with friend* in Green
. Mr. Harry Prultt of calhonn palls
was a visitor here Saturday.
* Miss Gert rude Weldon, teacher of
the MAfTettsvl?e school, spent the
week-end with her cousin, Mrs. Mac]
Mr. Mosely Huckabee of Lowndes
ville was here a few hours Saturday
: on business.
Or. .1. N. Land of Starr was in
town Sunday On professional busi
ness. .? .
Mrs. J. H. Bell of- Lowndesvllte was
visiting friends here Saturday.
Miss Bertha McAlIater bos been
elected assistant teacher in the
Barnes school and took charge of her
Mr. Francis Whltesides of Gastqnfa,
N. C, visited friends here for a short
while last week. . ;
Mrs. S. E. Anderson and little Sarah
after spending several weeks in Spar
taaburg with relativen have returned
Mr. W. D. McLaW of Sparenburg
was among the business vmitors h^re
Mrs. W. A. Hall has returned from
a visit to relatives to Lowndeavllle. .
Mr. Jim Watt of Due West is on
a visit to h la brother, Mr. Reese Watt.
Mrs. Reld Sherard and children,
who nave been vi?Uing at the home of
Mrs. V. C. Sherard tor the past three
weeks left Wednesday for their home
Mr. 8. E. LenrerfiV^aa eold; out his
stock of goods and has accepted ? po
sition with ftie Qrmi ?t F. W. McOee.
'< ' ' jf.v a r,' .
8EABRIGT, N. J., >#aa.' 14.?A rec
ord high tide swept almost unimpeded
throngh Seabright streets today,
wrecking cottages already weakened
by previous inundations.
The now bulkhead Installed after
test year's disastrous Udea ems swept
Baltimore and Ohio
To Invade Kentucky
(By Associated Preis.?
LEXINGTON, Ky., Jan. U.?As ,4
preliminary movement to enter the
eastern coal net*:, the Baltimore and'
Ohio railroad today tiled a mortgage
at Whltoeburg, Ky., to secure $5,000,
000 north of bonds. The active com
petitor of the Baltimore and Ohio in
this field is the Louisville and Nash
ville. It Is the first tune the Baltimore
and Ohio bas invaded Kentucky.
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DEATH OF CHILD
William Dp.vI?, the 10 months old
son of Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Watson, of
the. Salem Beet ion, > died yesterday
morning after a brief Illness. The fun
eral services will be held at ll o'clock
this morning at the, residence, after
which interment.will be made at Leb
anon. . '
. UmtsI Report Made.. : tyi
MONTGOMERY, -Ala., Jeal lf~The
special grand Jury imnanoled at the
order of Governor O'Neal to. investi
gate the lynching two weeks ago of
Ed and Will 8mlth, negroea. by a mob
near Weturapka, adjourned ' today
With the report-"no ?vidence,' which
would warrant Indictment*.'*.
American WedH Gorman.
BERLIN, (via London), Jan 14 ?
Miss Elisabeth Roger s.daughter oi
Mr. and Mr*. Richard Rekt Rogers, of
Washington, D. c, waa married today
in Trinity Church to Prince Christian
or Hesse. The prince is a nephew - of
the German empress and la a captain
in the German navy.
BRYAN PROTESTS Vl<
(By Aimoelated Pren.)
WASHINGTON, Jan. 14.?Secretary
Bryan hau Beut a vigorous protest di
rect to the Carranza authorities at
Tumpico against their threat to close
the great oil wells in that vicinity be
cause the foreign operators refused to
pay a heavy assessment levied by the
Mexicans. The matter also has been
brought to the attention of General
Most of the oil plants are owned by
American and British capital. There
have been several complaints against
decrees of the Carranza officials, re
ports coming directly from Btate de
partment representatives as well as
through the interested foreign embas
sies. Latest advices indicated that the
Mexicans were preparing summarily
to shut down all the plants unless
the money demanded was forthcom
Doubt as to whether General Gutier
rez had been continued by the conven
tion at Mexico City as provisional
president, existed today at the state
department. A telegram from Mexico I
City announced that the chairman of I
the convention late Tuesday night
gave out notice that the convention
had concluded and would continue
President Gutierrez in Office," but for
some unknown .reason the notice was
General Palafox. member of the
COLE L. BLEASE VOLUNTARIL
have seldom been in accord, and the r?
passed over his veto than any governui
Utterances Attracts Yt
. Governor BleaBe during the last
[tentlon because of vitriolic utterances
his personal opinion on various matten
c.f 'Governors at Richmond, Va., about t
by exclaiming, "to hell with the const
employ troops to prevent the lynching <
In his ja si message to the South C
ernor Blease said:
"1 have attained the highest ambiti
I Gs my personul Interest is concerned,
[want my services in future I will giv
Some Big Dooln's.
PHILADELPHIA. Jan. 14.?Charles
S. boo in, former manager of the Phil
adelphia Nationals, announced tonight
ho had accepted the offer of Manager
Herzog, of Cincinnati, and that he
was ready to sign a contract with
that club at any time. Herzog said'
ovyr the telephone from his home in
I I Bargaii
Here's What Youi
will boy a
Will buy i
metal or p
will .buy a
vit;! bincher i
will bay. a pair i
good aad subh ta
Wo offor every other s
greatly reduced prices.
. ._ _
'Vy.iiO'.'l . ' u.-r
Shoed That f
Gutierrez cabinet, denied In a ?tale
ment received at the state department
from Mexico City that he had any In
tention, in a previous public state
ment of charging American Consul
Silliman and Leon J. Canova, a state
department SgdaU with having re
ceived any amount of money to take
General Iturbldc out of the country.
The Carranzn agency here isHued
"General Carranza from Vera Cruz
denies Tampico Is threatened by a
Villa force, and says officers of the
gunboat Guerrero reported deserting
to Gutierrez forces are still loyal.
General Pablo Gonzales took Voiles,
on the outskirts of San Luis Potosl."
The (Carranza agency here tonight
made public this telegram from La
"General Luis Gutierrez wired Nu
evo Laredo today that the Vllllstas
are evacuating Saltlllo and real reut
ing towards San Louis Potosl. He re
ports that the Villista force was un
der command of General Angeles and
numbered only 6,000 men."
Another report given out said Gen
eral Maclovio Herrera had shot and
killed General Saldivar, of Villa's
army, when the latter with a party of
disguised soldiers entered the Car
ranza lines in a fog and troid to assas
Inate General Herrera.
1RSHIP OF SOUTH CAROLINA
om Page One.)
jcoids show that more bill have been
: in Ute history of the State.
few years attracted widespread at
in his public speeches. In stating
; in an address before the conference
wo years ago, he startled his hearers
itution," and asserting he would not
>f a negro guilty of attacking a white
Carolina legislature last Monday Gov
lon of my life. My life's work, so far
has been completed. If my people
e them, but I shall ask for nothing
Maryland that his offer of a two-year
contract at $6,000 a year still stood.
Earlier in the night President Mak
er, of the Phillies, had announced
that he would accede to Dooin's re
imest and ask for waivers on the for
r Money Will
/' : ' V- '
pair women's sample
leathers, worth $3,
>nd 95. What abaat
ft pair women's gun
matent button shoes
pair of $1.7?
women sheet had
es too, for the
HA? children's shoe*.,
stiel and well worth
b?e in - tbo ; house at