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These Prices Go Into Effect Saturday, August 1st, 1914.
PALM BEACH SUITS.
$10.00, now.$7 50
$ 7.5'0, now.$5.00
$10.00 two piece suits.
bgf/CeJpnia cloth, cold
water shrunk, blue and
gray striped, now $7.50
AsK to see uncalled
for suits, made by Edv.
Price & Co. We have
only!.four sizes, 37, 35,
44f fiO-bargain for you
if this is your size.
Road Louse Automo
bile^.'al! linen Dusters,
cold' water shrunk :
$5.00 quality, now $3.50
$3.00 quality, now $2.25
$1.00 Caps, now. . .75c
75c Caps, now. . . .50c
50c Caps, now. . . . 35c
In these Shirts Econo
my and quality shake
$3.50 Silk Shirts, now.
$3.00 Silk Shirts, now
$2.50 Madras Shirts now
$2.00 Madras Shirts,
$1.50 Madras Shirts,
now .$1.15 J
$l.oo Madras Shirts
Our stock is strong on
all the Newest and the
One ($) all Silk Ties 75c
The undisputed value
and variety of patterns of
our 50c Ties is well
known. You must see
them now, 35c 3 for. .$1
Wash Ties, guaranteed
fast colors, 35c, 3 for.$l
Adjustable Hat bands,
were 50c, now.35c
Cool as a Cucumber.
$2.00 Suit Underwear
$1.50 Suit Underwear
$100 Suit Underwear
Scrivens' Union Suits:
$2.00 Suit,-now. .$1.50
$1.50 Suit, now A $1.15
$ 1.00 Nuckasee.... 80c
Still Hacking Away.
$3.50 Pajamas, now.
$3.00 Pajamas, now.
$2.50 Pajamas, now.
$2.00 Pajamas, now.
$1.50 Pajamas, now.
Wake up in one of our
cool Night Shirts at these
$1.50 Night Shirts, now
. . $1.15
$ 1.00 Night Shirts, now
75c Night Shirt, now 50c
50c Night Shirt, now35c
. Soft Hats all Colors.
Knox & Beacon and the
well know C. & K. make.
$1.50, now. .... .$1.15
5Oe, now. . . ,35c
. Bring this list or order
by parcel post.v.
Down they go, all
Straw Hats. Nothing re
served. Half Price at
T.L.CELY CO. J
Order by Parcel Post, sss
We prepay charges. ===
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NEXT TO CHIQUOLA HOTEL
; Want Advert
Twct?ty?-tlvo words or lesB, Ooo T
? AU advertisement over twenty-fiv
word. Katey on 1,000 words to
No advertisement taken for lesa
If your naroo appears In the tele
your want,'ad to 321 and a bill will
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LOST-BotWeon Iva and Anderson or
In Anderson'; Tuesday, a gentleman's
) coat ot bi own, mixed goods. Finder
return to J C. Jones, Iva, S. C.
and receive" reward. 7-30-3t
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LOST-Bolwetih 'O: .1). Anderson's
store nh'dnth'? gundry. Tuesday af
ter 6 p:\?'.l'ono 17 Jewel Howard
watch, with',?rihlston, Ala., militia
fob. Paul''bradshaw. Phono 243. if
L08T-Sk>lld ?old watch fob with In
itials "W.;|K, ,V," on locket. Lost on
E&Bt ?rr.,sfr?et Flndnr return to
Crayton J^rug, Store. Reward.
A 600? Fj^?r^R SALE-164 acre
Ocqne^c^'un^;,?outh Vnlon road.
High ,.?tato.t.xft,,. cultivation. Well
watered. Good pastures. Fine or
chard and1 '?cuppsrnong vino. Four
ten nut. houjscB1 'and large barn. A
bargain fo^ao'ni.? mun. A. T. Thomp
son, Wea*uMn4(er, S. C., R. F. D. 3.
TOR SALK.-'?no farms So. Ga., West
tireen ahditDetiton, Ga,, $10.50 round
trip. ? It-you^aro'Interested write
or see mo sconce. C E. Key, County
(Jlcrk's'Offtyo/)Anderson, 8. C. tf
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FOB SALB^?nA''second hand A. B.
Colt Acetyllno generator, good aa
now, 30 light- "Cheaper than the
choopoBt fJoT ieash. Apply to A. S.
FARM- FOR. $i ilk-73 acres one and
a half miles,from Antreville in Dia
mond Hill, township: 1 room hope
^i?W^?n&'* abd . good
water, W-r&bM,Alewlne, Iva, R.
' 'R:^D ::^ ':V .." ' 7~2fl'6tp
FOR ttALR-Tin frluVcane In any
quilty from 100? to 10,000. Quarts,
$x.eo per hundred; No t, $2.00 per
hundred, ?a$|? wHft 9,ra?r, im 8.
imo 25 cents. Three Times CO cents,
o words prorata for each additional
bo used in a month, made on nppli
than 25 cents, cash In advance.
phone directory you can telephone
bo malled after Its insertion for
Cromer. Phono 44, 027 W. Market
street, Anderson, S. C.
FOR SALE-Two Becond hand sew-l
lng machines in good condition. Also
ono light spring wagon. It will pay
you to soo me for your repair work.
All work guaranteed.-J. H. Allen,
notion Path, S. C.
WANTED-Orders for cypress polos.
Can furnish any length and size de
sired in a good grade of black and
red heart cypress. Prompt ship
ments. Write mo your wanta and I
will Darno delivered prices. Ad
dress J. U. Watts, Branchville, S. C.
ATTENTION, Home Cauners- I have
a largo lot of standard tin cans
which I can. soil you cheaper than
you can order them. E. C. McCants.
Phono 344. 7-30-6t
FISH Fancy Spanish Mackerel, Fancy
Red Fin Crocker, Fancy Butter Fish,
Fresh Water Bream and Pondi. Fan
cy Sheephcadr' Fahey Pan Trout.
Fancy Pdmnino, Flounders and Mul
lets. Robinson and Thomas Fish
Co., 547 W. Market St., City. 7-20-3t
Roan Mountain Inn
. .Situated 25 miles from Johnso"
Tenn? On the head waters ol IL <
River? 3,000 feet abov? the sea loci.
Scenery of variety, beauty and gran
deur.. No mnlarin. No mosquitoes.
Hot and cold baths on each floor.
Wide Verandas, high-class dining
room service. Rates reasonable. For
full Information, rf rito Dr. 8. B.
Wood? Roan Mountain, Tenn.
Instead ot the usunl'four-win ..;;e<l af
fair, a new storm door tor public bu'ld
ings is made In tho form of a cylinder
with an opening In ono side through
which a person enters, leaving lt aa a
?potvT turn? |f around,
o IVA NOTES o
Iva. July 29.-Mrs. H. H. Anderson
of Welford and Mrs. Laura Ezell of
Spurtanburg have returned to their
homes after a short visit at the home
of Mr. S. A. Anderson.
Mr. C. C. Burdett and family of Lln
colnton, Ga., aro on a visit to relatives
Mr. Lewis Campbell and MIBB Hat
tie Latham were married Sunday by
Hov. S Y. Hood at tho parsonage.
Mr. W, Frank McGee who went to
Columbia Saturday returned today
bringing with him Mrs. McGoe who
hus been in the hospital thero the past
two weeks for treatment.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Burrlss have re
turned from a visit to relatives in
Miss Louise Cunningham,- who bas
been the guest for the past few weeks
of her cousin, Mrs. J. C. Watson, has
returned to her home near Lowndes
Mrs. M. E. Hall and daughter, Mrs.
Wylie Willis, after spending several
days hero with friends have returned
to their home in Laurens.
Mr. John Jones, who bas been in
disposed for some time, bas gone to
Wllliamston to spend awhile for the
benefit of his health.
Mr. C A. WUCB, who has been In
the hospital in Anderson for tho past
two weeks bas returned home.
Mastor Robert Wilson ot Mt Carmel
cpent a few days here recently with
relatives. - *
Another affair of tho week was an
"old-fashion cairtly pulling" given by
Miss Fannie Leo Wiles on Friday
evening. A number of her friends
were invited and thc evening waa
enjoyed by all.
Miss Marie Olbin of Elberton, Ga,
is on a visit' here to her ?cousins,
Mlssea Alkoaya and Clara Townsend.
Miss Fredna Schumport of Newber
ry ts spending some time with her
sister, Mrs. W. T. A. Sherard. .
Miss Lila Nelms of Elberton, Ga., ta
the guest of relatives here this week.
Mr. Addie' Wiles and daughter. Miss
Annie, of Hones. Path wore here Son
day for a short whtlo, with relatives.
The Sewing. Circle met-Friday af*
'.c.i-oon with Miss Lillie Price and
ir~3. J. A. :HcAItster, at the home of
tho former. There was'a full attend
danc? ?nd a number of visitors. Af
ter spending awhile with their beedles
and embroidery, Misses Ellie. Kate abd
Bertha McAlister assisted -the hostess'
In serving ice tea, sandwiches and
fruit. During the afternoon music
was rendored by Mrs. J. C. Jones and
Misse; Mabel and Winnie Reid. Tho
guests wore also entertained with a
recitation by Miss Louise Cunningham
who Ia a very talented elocutionist.
"Miss Sarah Gilllland, who has been
on s/visit for ?PW? weeks at R?poake,
and Norfolk Va., has returned to her
On last "Wednesday a crowd ol
friends and relatives assembled at the
hospitable home of Mr." J. W. Wharton
where they had been Invited to cele
brate his 52nd birthday,. A sumptuous
dinner had been prepared which wat
greatly enjoyed by,alt present.
Miss Sallie Tucker is the guest o
her cousin Miss Licia Seawright.
Mr. and Mrs. Prank Stewart hav<
been spending a few days in Starr a
the home of Mr. Stewart's parents.
Mr. J. T. Puntch ot Maiden,-N. C
ls the guest of his brother-in-law, Mi
J. F. Giuliano.
On last Friday a few friendB wer
invited to dine with Rev,. S. J. Hoot
this- being hts 33rd birthday. . Mn
Hood had prepared for him on this oe
easton a most tempting dinner.
Miss Thelma Smith has re turne
from a week's visit to Hodges.. . Sh
was accompaned home by her grand
mother, Mrs. D. D.Rnmpoy.
Miss Eather Sherard has gone t
Anderson to spend a week with he
sister, Mrs. Jas. ?V'Sln?pson:* . ' . *
Miss Lots Jackson has re tur ne
home from a trip to Anderson whet
she has been spending a few days tl
guest of relatives.
Mrs. J,. B. Leverett has returned 1
bur home in Starr ,. af ter - spending
few days herc at tho.homo of her flo:
Mr? S. E. Leverett. * -?.
M'. W. T. Cunningham-of Lowndoi
ville was a visitor in town a few da]
Dr. A. L. Smethers Of Anders n wi
hero Saturday OD. professtonn ' H
ness., . . "--y
I Rev. J. W. Garrison and'wife of Ai
j dorson spent Friday in town wit
I friends? * -.
Mrs. W. T. A. Sherard, and childre
who have been in ..ewherry for tl
past six wccKs have returend to the
I home here. ?????,
Mt. T. C. Liddell'Of Lowndesvil
was-a business viB^tor here one di
Eases Torment of ? Asthma'and Hi
For the discomforts and mlHery
asthma and hay fever" uso' Foleij
Honey add Tar Compound, it pu
a . healing, soothing* coating over tl
swollen, tickling : .membranes, a.
eases -the thick and .choking.sena
tion. - Helps you to breath easily ai
naturally. Mrs. Agatha Longack?
Fond du Lac, Wisconsin.', says: ."I
loft 'lung was greatly "af fe ct cd by
severo-cold, and one-half . 1 Dottie
Fdioy's Honey and Tar cured rn*
Refuse any substitute offered,
.Evans' Pharmacy, Agents.
.Meeting of W. 0. TV. Tonight
There will be a call meeting of B<
p'on camp, 198, July 30, nt 8 o'clock 1
the purpose of arranging come m
tera of tho degree, team and maki
arrangements , for % unveiling moi
menU All members' please attend.
C C. TR?BBLE, C. C
R. M, SMiTH, Clerke ^ ?-8,
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Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Brown - and
Ooorgc William Brown have returned
from a trip to Saluda.
Misses Mamie and Qrace DuPre of
Spartanburg aro In thc city, the guests
of Mrs. Joe Evans. V
Mrs. P. L. Morrow is visiting rela
tives near Greenwood. <
Miss Pearl Smithson of Atlanta isl
the. attractive guest of Mr. and Mrs. 1
T. W. Harrison.
Miss Caugham arrived in tho city
last, night from Honea Path and will j
leave this morning for Columbia,
where she will spend her vacation. ' I
R. L. Hogg, of WU lia ms ton Was
ardon g tho visitors to spend yesterday
John Thompson,, tho woll .known
cashier for tho Southern Hell tele
phone company, . ls spending^, bis 'va
cation in the mountains of North Car
olina. , ,,(;
.Mlrs Elizabeth Fretwcll has return
ed from .an extended visit *o friends
and rotatives et Manning, Sumter and
Columbia. . . \*
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D. B. Milford and D. 0; Milford
both well known- citizens ot .the. Fork
section, spent yesterday in the -city.
. M. T*. Fleming and John Tripp of
the Brushy Creek section . were In tho
city yesterday, V s' '
David B. Ramsey of. Greenville, One.
of the Btato's best known educators,
was in the city yesterday. -
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E. G. Evans of Pendleton spenC a
part of yesterday In the city on busi
t ? .
S. H. Whitlock of Pendleon waa .in
tho city yesterday for a^few bdUfbV r
Miss Martha Richardson has gone
to Piedmont, where she wilt spend a
few days with relativos and friends.
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Clayton McAUster and O. tt-T/tWf ht
Townville spent a few" hours In the
city yesterday. ' ? ?, ?
W. F. Lanier, "born In. Baltimore
and raised everywhere,";a-well known
representative of Goans Brbthors, w?s
lu Anderson yesterday.
Charley Cox ot "Belton wae_in^thi>
city' yesterday for a fowraours,,'~Z '....
H. Haywood, representirig the silver
ar? of Ri Wallace, spent yesterday
. *. i .' .? '. ? : '
In Anderson. Tho Wallace company
is thc biggest silver manufacturing
plant in tho country, their factory
covering sevcu acres.
Sam Iv. nailon han returned from a
two week's visit to Hcndcrsonvlllc,
Asheville and other North Carolina
Prank Farmer has returned trom
Spartanburg. where ho has been
upending r.everal days un business.
Mr. and Mr8. E. J. Davenport mo
tored ovor from Atlanta yesterday aud
visited friends here. S
L. E. Fields, of Delton, Route 5,
spent a portion of yesterday In tho
E. C. Asbell of Townviho.was among
the visitors to spend yesterday in An
J. L. Reynolds of near Portman, was
in the city yesterday fbr a lew hours
on business. .
. Dr. H. H. Harris, secretary of the
Anderson baseball club, went to Spnr
tahburg yesterday for' tho Andorson
Spartanburg game, and on td Gaffney
last night to? attend a meeting of the
Miss Gladys Jackson . of . ' Gaffney,
who has been visiting Mrs. McCalla at
Lowndesville, passed through tho city
yesterday, en route tb her homo.
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A. B. Carpenter and J. L, Carpen
ter of Greenville "spent part of .yester
day in tho city. '
W. E. Weir of Athens; Ga., was
among'the business visitors to spend
yesterday in the; city.
klfVvV '.. . ".. t,-? '?' ? - .
L". Watkins ot the Lebanon seer
Hon was in the city yesterday on bus
'ttW. B^ Todd and family ot Union aro
sj?endlng a few days in tho city,- the
guesta bf Mrs. Janie Todd.
Father Edward Duff of Greenville
ts in the cjty fdr ? short stay.
I T. D. Watkins .of the Leban?n secvt
Ubhv'rfpbnt yesterday, in tho city on
Magistrate W. P. Bej? of Antreville
war'In the city, yesterday for .a short
v . . -1- - , V
C P. Cann ot Atlanta, Ga.;'Spent a
few hours in thc city yostord?y.
V? ; . ? .. .MI. ,
Miss MUtio Cann left yesterday for
a visit to Bowman, Atlanta and-Rich
Eogene Nardin Ot Atlanta; is visit
ing his mother, Mrs, W.-M; Nardin.
NfiwC J.' O. ?n?ow who' has boen^?r-*
lng in Rock Hill, has been spending
a few days in Anderson, tho guest ol
h?r sister, Misa Edna Ballet!. Mr?.
Enlow left yesterday for Greenville.
where abo will mako her nomo in the
Ernest Johnson and James Pressly
lclt yentorday afternoon for a motor
ing trip to Asheville, N. C.
J. M. Long and W. S. Mauldln of
Brusliy Creek were in tho city yestor
day. ' " -
V/. J.. Johnson of Pelzer, a candidate
for county supervisor, was in tho city
. MIT. Raymond Beatty is at home al
ter a trip to many places of interest
in the mountains of western North
Missoa Nan and Liz/.ic Clayton of
Columbia aro visiting relativos hero.
Mrs. W. C. Pcarman' of Polzor, was
tho guest of her Hitter, Miss Ola Mc
Gregor last week.
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Dowling agent
Tuesday m Due West.
J. B. Weir and Alex Vanoy WOlr
wera hero yesterday on the way to
their home in Athens,'Ga., after a vis
it to Greenville.
i Dr. and Mrs. C. W, Harris of Dish
, opvillc and-Mr. and Mrs. James T.
Reese of Elberton, Ca., aro visiting \
Mrs. 'Beck. .* .
/Mts. B. B. Donalds has gi' .c u>.
Donalds and Traveler's Rest f : a
stay of sevoral weeks.
.4 Prof. Chambers of tho City schools
is at home'again after spending sav
o ral weeks in Chicago tn lc In g a spec
7 Mr. and Mrs: E. V. VandJver spent
yesterday nt Chick Springs.
Mrs. T". A. Wiggington Is at homo .
again after spending ? several.-d?ya
visiting relatives In thc upper part of
Miss Kaihnrlno Crayton ie in Char
lotto,- N. C., visiting relatives. She*
will return to Anderson before going,
to her. borne In Washington, .
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Owens McKinney has'gone tb Spar
tanhurg for a fev/ day's visit.
A PERFECT CATHARTIC
There la sure and wholesome action
?ta every dose ot Poley; Cathartic Tab
lets. They- cleanse with never a gripe
br . pain; P. A. Morgan* ' Gore, 'Qa.,
writes "I lately had. occasion to, nae
a liver medicine, and took Poley Catb>
artic > Tablets. ' They; - thoroughly
cleansed my system, and I felt liker a
new man-light and frec^V. Chronic
cases of constipation find them Inval
uable. Stout people aro relieved of
that'bloated, congested feeling, n,o un
comfortable ?speel?lly^?ri hot- weath
er. They keep your liver busy.
,Bvans* Pharmacy, Agents,
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