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(R 0? _ I fi I B If you are interested in a New Suit, there is no time to waste when, high class
J II I "HflO AlnnOf " C!othin? like ours arc offered. Sale Commences Saturday, Jan. 31st.
?USSIO SaSWiSSL ? Wc~don't look to profits thtse days, we look to close out stock.
& i " , AND HERE'S HOW WE ARE DOING IT
$25.00 Sale Price $19.00
22.50 Sale Prie? 16.50
16.50 Sale Price,. J 1.75
20.00 Sale Price ^15.00
12.50 Sale Price 10.00
10.00 Sale Price 7.50
7.50 Sale Price 5.00
$10.00 Sale Price $7.00
6.00 Sale Mibe 4.00
5.00 Saie Price 3.75
4.00 Sale Price 3.25
3.50 Sale Price 2.75
2.00 Sale Price 1.65
Men's Odd Pants
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$6.50 Sale Price $4.00
4.00 Sale Price 3.25
3.50 Sale Price 2.65
3.00 Sale Price 2.50
2.50 Sale Price 2.00
2.00 Sale Price 1.50
MADE BY ISAAC HAMBURCER7&*SONS'
R. TRIBBLE CO
THE UP-TO-DATE CLOTHIERS
$1.00 garments to close
out at 75c. Men's 50c
garments to close out at
40c.. Boy's underwear
to go at a sacrifice price
in this sale.
One lot Men's Suits
worth up to $12.50,
small sizes, to be had at
this sale $5.00 the suit.
One lot Men's Hats
all sitees, worth up to $2,
to go in this sale at 50c
;' jp' ttl ul? jllW jH*V^* 'Tjfl"'1 ' -"
ii! mn . jil yvn in M fi M..i ii.,.
Vor 8aie~-Pea vine And cane forage.
E. C. Dargan, Cox Dook Store.
YVaated-Two Buff Orpington cock-)
?re?a, tine ?train.
l-28-2t ?v?* a C
$t)M I?emard. for a yellow bound
pap .about ? months of age with
grey eyes and a little blaze in face,
lou? .white foot. Finder/ will please
notify J. J. Erena, Orr Mill, lg
Hadria street l-27-3tp|
v/ffi Bits AU urrnAnhK_a??t.?yl!
'nTneacrc farm, in 1 1-i miles Lump
\-ldja,Xk^-fipp^(3^L W?U trade for
#,000.00 stock vin Anderson Bank
ing & Trust Co... pr Xltlzeus Nation
al B?k? Wo^a my?atigaUng. P.
O. Box Ko. 6?, Townvillo, S. C.
1-32. tf D.. .
One fly? room bouse, oue half acre
lot, In town of .Townvill?, house
M^Mf?ft Jlii^tn \good condtltion. This
wilt bb sold>t public auction. Ander
son. ?. C., first Monday in. Foby- 1914.
Tor lnforma?cn.agnly to W. O. King, j
TownxUle. d. ty ? ;
; ' . K?!?i??? ' ,
yon DENT~OhO ninoty-Blx aero
farm with seven or eight hundred i
dollars worth of -Improvements on
the same. Located m Savannah town
ship. Terms; one thousand pound?,;
(I.opo lbs) of good middling lint
cotton. Apply to James F. Dice, over
the Kl oe trio Theater. l-27-3tp
I will sell nt public sale to the
hlghMt bidder atony place oh Thurs
day, Februsry 6th, 1014, at IO o'clock
a. m . one horse, one two horse .wag?
^ CASSI * FAS*. .
. ?SCBITDCTS? ?
. aa?ssscau*.a * , .
. Drown Office Building. '
- -"Becondnocr. Phone 2C9.
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it'tjf/J?.?^^!.'?!]!''.!!! j i i Mittag
Ifs Just Like This
i^hen yon need glasses you natur
?ly want the best and at a living
St hore ls where you get
,oth, as well as the service? of ai
rradcate jPfe^gffirtat with twenty-*]
?Ire?. .? ,
:H m -msjjtt rn, YMPH ,
. ,Zt***m Spet?Wttst, *]
Over ?ran? maisey Xe. *, ;
on with gear, brldlen, collars, etc.,
Aportlon of mr farming tools, also,
corn, iudder, peavine hay, stover and
E. C. KE?S,
? t Belton, S. C. R. F.D. 8.
FOR S ALE
FOB SAXE-Home and Jot whore I
now live and .vacant lot adjoining on
east House bsa eight' rooms and
kitchen, butler's pantry, bath room,
electric Mghts and sewerage. Price
right, terms right L. 'TS. Nor ry co.
FOR SALE-Farra. I?5 acres, beauti
fully located, near city,, good dwell
ing, four tenant nouses, two Urns,
- gtu house, land , lovel and. easy of
cultivation, st a price that ls a
bargain. Come to. gjeo.us quick or
write. Hurries Realty Company.
I still bave a lot-pf good land In
tracts to suit youti Prices varying
from ten dollars td]thirty-five per l
evie. All well located.. Write to me
at McCormick,S.C. jf . !
GIRLS WANTED toV.jt?w. light work.
Will pay board while you are
leeming. Anderson Overall Fac
tory. Anderson. 8,.,.$., 12-12-2m
WANTED TO B?T--WU1 bay any
tune, fat cattle, hogs and calve*
I have customers fox, and contract*
to furnish, rbuy h.flos and tallow.
The Tanners want .my hides,
lal W. Whltner 8t. Phone 694or 69fc
E. D. HEimWHSON
At Lilly Whita-Market
T<^Thejyholesale andraabattolr aisn.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Lesas Kegetlated sa Beal Estate
Offices Wstson-Vsndlvsr BuUdts?.
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* SA?RE A BALD WIS
* Hleckley Bldg. Andorson, S. r
* Cttlsene National Bank Bldg.
* Haleigh, N.C.
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READY FOR LEAGUE
Proposition of "Outlaw" Associ
ation Has Met With Hearty
So far ns Anderson is concerned,
and seemingly all other cities in the
new Georgia-Carolina .Association,
the only thing now lacking in this
undertaking is some one to start the
ball to rolling. In Anderson it is be
lieved that the fans will do their part
and if nome one can be found who
will take the initiative and start the
proposition going.the rounds, he will
meet with ready response.
Columbia ano: Augusta have prac
tically given up ali hope of getting
into the South Atlantic Association
and both of those towns, are strong
for the proposed league. Anderson
5copte are favorable. ' while in Ari
eraon and Greenville there is no
doubt about the willingness to enter.
Some of tho other sports writers,
Spartanburg and Columbia, have the
following to say:
While there has been little talk in
Spartanburg during the past few
days concerning the feasibility of
this city putting a team in the Geor
Sia-Carolfna league, other towns of
ie proposed circuit are in Muding
Spartanburg. The'idea of. an "out
law" league, advanced by T. C. Wil
liams, of Columbia, through the col
umna of The Herald last week, is
meeting the approval of the sports
writers of tho various towns propos
ed for the six-city circuit.
The Columbia State has the fol
lowing to say concerning the propos
'"Outlaw league' is now the phrase.
Outlaw is what all the cities are
working for, and direct information
from those on the inside of the sit
uation says that the outlaw, league is
a sure thing. The circuit wilt be
:omposed likely of Columbia, Augus
ta, Spartanburg, Greenville, Ander
jon and one more city. Rock Hil),
Florence, Greenwood, Sumter and
Athens, Ga., have been prominently
inokcn of for tho sixth member.
'Within a few days a moeting will
be held. At thin meeting minor de
rails will be worked out.
"Columbia will not be represented
at the annual meshing, of the South
Atlantic league fh Savannah torrior
-. S. W. Brown said last night
; he would; decline the invitation
tmded him' to ba present, lnfor
n.tion from Augusta saya'that Au
gusta will not pay one cent, for re
?dmit.ia.ncc to the Sallie and that Au
raria .la ready for the outlaw league.
"First of tho outlaw seasons will
not be an extended .one. It is plan
ned to start pluy about ZA?y l
June. 1 and play about three months.
.Steps w?T be taken/-for ?n .alliance
with rhfe Federal league.
?Hlflk centers in the nsw or-j
r*t??Moln^ d^opmenl of tho]
plan will be watched with interest."
The sports writer o f the Columbia
Record writes as follows
"After weeks of waiting, Augusta!
has at last awakened to ute need of I
a baseball club in that city, and pro
moters there are making great effort
to organize an outlaw association,
which will affiliate with the Federal j
"The proposed outlaw, circuit will|
be composed of the cities -of Green
ville, Spartanburg and Anc--rson, Co- |
iutnbia, Augusta and either^ Athen.-1
Ji uUwUli ?V|JVI io iiiuivaun^ ? ?iii j
enthusiastic response to the proposal
of Augusta interests, principal of I
whom IB E:? C. Kalbfleisch, have beer, j
received from each of the cities men-1
tioned. The nama proposed is the
"To T. ?. Williams, of Columbia.
Baseball association, is given the
credit of Amt suggastinor affiliation
with the Federals.""
"The general belief is that the
cities which desire to enter this cir
cuit are in position to put a club in
the field without unreasonable delay.
"It is a foregone conclusion that
thc release of thc territory surround
ing Columbia and Augusta will not
be brought from' the South Atlantic
league, - in the minds of many fans
here, who base their conclusions up
on the refusal of Augusta to pay the
legitimate claims against that terri
tory in their effort to re-enter the
Sally. That laavAs th? situation
where it is necessary to organize an
outlaw circuit, or . let baseball se
"Pending developments at the an
nual meeting - of the Sally teague
magnates at Savannah Thun-day, no
further effort will probably be under
taken here* looking to the organisa
tion of this proposed rfew circuit.
Claims of Columbia and Augusta will
be .laid before the officials, without
recommendation, according to Pres*
1 dent 'Corian. The general expecta
tion ls that no favorable action in
these matters will be taken.
"The baseball situation regarding
Colombia and Augusta has reached
a point where it seems necessary to
organise a new league. Thia is an
undertaking that will require consid
erable eflfonrt, but no reasons are at
first apparent why Ihn? proposal
should not be pushed through to a
25c POCKET OOTTftH 25c
Containing Accurate Tables
Showing Hie l9Xce of cot
ton at any price only 25c.
FAN T 'S
BOOK S . O RE.
Special to The Intelligencer.
Starr, Jan. 28.--The Stephen D.
Lee Chapter of tho U. D. C's waa de- I
lightfully entertained on Saturday
afternoon January 24 by Mn. A. B. .
Herron, Miss Claudia Herron and Mrs. -*
J. A. McAHater atth home of the j
former. A delightful sweet Course
was served by Mis?es Marie and Eva
Herron, after a very interesting pro? ?
Mlr-5 Mary Bowie, who is attending
Anderson College waa at home sun
day and Monday. 1
Mies-Annie Shirley ono of the tench- (
era in the graded school spent the j
wek end at home.
Miss Claudia Banister, one of the ?
telephone operators here, has been <
visiting in Anderson. * I
Mrs. J. N. Land bas returned home (
after an extended trip io Florida.
The friends of .Mrs. Emma Cook
are sorry to announce her illness, but
hope she wlH soon .recover.
Miss Aileen Herron, who ia teaching ;
the Hebron school spent Sunday with 1
Misa Claudia Herron. <
Tho Y. W. A. held Ita monthly meet- *1
lng Friday afternoon with Jim Pruitt. )
After a very interetlng program de- ,
lightful refreshment s were served.
Mrs. Fuller of Greenwood is visit- J
lng Mrs. J. B. LeverotL ]
Dr. L. B. McCall a. spent Sunday at 3
Cieuxaon College with bia son who is
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gentry have mov
ed into their home in the southern
part of town. ? Tt
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bowie, aro in
Hartwell today attending the Thora- c
Mr. and MraV T. J. Jonas attended !
the Harper-AUon wedding at Lown- I
desville - 'caterday. 1
Mrs. S. Bowie is spending a few
days with relatives at Townlvlle.
Mrs. Smith from Town ville is visit
ing Mr. J. J. Smith.
Mb? Fannie Jones ls visiting Mrs.
C. C. Jones.
A CABO OP THANKS
I wish to empress for myself and
family our heart felt thanks and ap
preciation for the sweet words of
sympathy and deeds of love, from the
many friends who have watched and
prayed with us In the seroous illness
and death or Roy, and assure you that
we have been comforted and strength
en od as we havo walked through the
valley of the shadow of death. Those
who watched in his suffering know
bett?- the value et h's Rfc.
His prayers and songs will abide in
our memcriea. . He was Indeed suit
shine tn our home und his going away
baa left us in the shadow.
W. B. HAWKINS,
Townvllie, Jan. 29. 1914.
The Macon Telegraph says some I
chickens look aa if thay had boan 1
batched from cold storage eggs. But j
even that kind of a chicken w juld bel
a delicacy these days.
Mrs. Helen Gould Shepard celebra- j
ted her first wedding anniversary by j
giving a dinner tc liv? thousand boise- '. I
lou tues. ?I
Statement of condition of
"?rm ??>!?? and Mer?hsfits Bank
'armers Loan and Trott Co.
Inderson, 8. V" nt close of business
lanuary 18, 1011.
Condensed from report to bank ex
!x>an? and Discounts .. . .$ 983.692.4
>rerdrafts .. .. . 38,370.87
Banking House .. 5,000.00
ftirniture and Fixtures .. 200.00
^sh duo from f' 1
2a*b In vault ..$ 45,717.64 208,556.39
Total . J.. ..$1,235,819.69
Capital Stock.$ 175,000.00
Surplus . . . ; . 176,000.00
Undivided Profits . 29,654.32
Dividends Unpaid ... .. . 9.S04JM
Ind. Deposits $667,986.78
Sank Dep ... .$161.024.64 828,961.37
ann? payable. 25.C?G.00
The Columbia State of
fers the following house
hold economy hint ?"Be
fore buying the kid a
new slate, it might pay
to rake over the coal
bfn." However if his
daddy buys Palmetto
Block it will be a fruit
You will be doing yourself
a good turn by installing a
GAS RANGE, v We sell
them under the strongest
Easy terms-$2 down and
*2 per month.
Anderson Gas Co.
Condensed statement of the finan
cial condition of the BANK OF AN
DERSON, Anderson, S. C., at the
close of business January 13, 1914 aa
shown by the regular report made
to the State Sank Examiner.
Loans and Discounte . .$ 0W.287.46
Overdrafts .',. ..25,912.0?
Bonds and Stocks. . 8,p*0.00
Res! Estate.'.... -ifcStO.OO
Cash and due from Banks 161,89513
Total ...* If2^,984.68
Coptial Stock . ,V i 160,000.90
Undivided Profits" (Net).. .6?.47S.41
Divided Uhps?d . :,?ss.tc
Deposits, l???vtdual |7S?,S71,?2
Bills Payable .. . 35.000.00
' . .ul ., ,..?,.
Total .... ..6 tSitJUM
Interest mopes.eded quarterly om
Satins* Aeeoaata. .
The Baak fer-the CerpAratlea-the
Ftna-~th* IndUhhuti^fn teas le* fr
.erybody, .Come ia sad pay It a visit.
THE BATIK Of AT*M?S0K,
AncVrsnn, & C.
The Strengest Bank, hi .tte Ces ?ty
ISAFS sousp PBoawsarvB,