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Extra Special-All Coats and Coat Suits 1-2 Off--Dresses 1-3 Off-Millinery * 1 -2 Off
_ _ _*_ . _- _i?_
Starts a Genuinely Good Clearance Sale of
WE want you to go through this ad-, make a note of the descriptions and prices? then come in our place Monday or next week and ex
amine the style and quality ol these offerings. We are sure you'll agree its a waste of time and trouble to make your undergarments,
when you can buy them here at a less price. Also we wish to impress the fact that there are no jobs or seconds, every garment well made,
good fitting and best materials.
FOR. CASH ONLY
5Oe High and Low Neck
75c High and Low Neck
Gowns at. . . ... . 59c
?1.00 Low Neck, Short
$1.25 Low Neck, Short
$1.50 High and Low
Neck at. .... .$1.15
$1.75 and $2.00 Lace
af. . . . :\ . . .?1.39
$1.50 Double Front Em
$2.00 Fine Cluny ;
Trimmed at . . $1.39
$1.50 Lavender and
Lingerie at. ... .98c
$ S Pink Mercerized
Lingerie at. . . . $1*98
$5 ^Messaline ?nd China
Silk at.... . V . .$3.75
One lot Lace and Ribbon
at. . . . . . . ~. .$1*98
25c Petticoats at. ...
50 and. 75c Petticoats at.
60 Knickerbocker Drawers at.,. .
Children's Drawers at, ... .. ?.
11.00 and 91.25 Princesa Slips at...
51.50 and $2.00. Princess Slip? at.
35c and COc Gowns at..,.
. ..8Sc and 50c
18 lie and 15e
..dSe ead 7Jc
$1.00 Double Front. Embroidery trimmed (Regular and, out size) 79?
11.50 Double Front. Embroidery Trimmed. . .$146
$2.00 Lace Trimmed.. .? .. .fIM
?3.00 ami $3.50 Lace Tr ham ed..?.08
$3.00 Net Lace and Ribbon Trimmed. ,.$jLB$
$4.00 Embroidery Swiss Trimmed. . .SM9
$3.00 Combination Corset Cover and Petticoat Princess Style-$U9
TOO BIG A STOCK-THAT'S THE REA
SON-SO A CLEARANCE SALE OF
HIGH CLASS SILKS FOR MONDAY
AND NEXT WEEK
A sale you should take advantage of, coming aa it does at a time
when you are making preparations for your Spring sewing. These
Silks aro all high class and suitable for any sort ?tf? garment you
wish to make. You know of course, our silk ?tock' ls- ?he best In the
etty for variety and style.
FOR CASH ONLY WE OFFER:
$1.60 Georgette Crepes at.tLOO
$2.00 Georgette Crepes at $L85
$1.50 Canton Crepes at . .$1.10
12.00 Canton Crepes at.. $LS6
12.25 Canton Crepes at . .$1.7?
$1.110 Brocaded Crepes nt $1.10
. $2.00 Brocaded Crepes nt $1.60
$2.25 Brocaded Crepes at . .$L75
$2.75 Brocaded Crepes at $SL25
$2.00 Floral Crepes at.^ ..$1.1?
$2.00 Crepe Chamous- at. .$M8
$3.00 Prince Charmeuse Satin
$2.25 Casca deaux Crepe at tiJM
\ $3.75 Casca deaux Crepe at $2.75
i ni in ii -?-MW il i 'iii ????
A Clearance Sale of
You'll find especially lnteroot
Ing this sale of Gingham Dross
es for school girl? from 6 to 15
years. Quite * variety of styles,
all pretily made.
$2.50 Serge Dresses at ..$1.6$
$3.50 Serge Dresses at .
, $5.00 Serge Dresses at . .$340
60c Gingham Dresses at . .We
Sac Gingham Dresses at . .Me
$1.00 Gingham Dresses at .75c
$1^5 Gingham Dresses at . .05?
$1.30 Gingham Dresses at .$1.15
$2.00 Gingham Dresses at ,fL$S
$1.60 Crepe de Chine at ..$1.25
$1.75 Crepe de Chino at . MA"?
$2.50 Crepe dc Chins at ..Kl.8!?
$1.75 Moire Silks at.. . .91.25
$2 and $2.25 Moira Silks at $1.50 |
50c Foulards at.....35c
$1.50 Foulards at. . . .$Rc
$2.00 foulards et .. .. : .$1.85 |
$1.00 Jolored Taff etea at .85c
$1.25 Colored Taffetas at .88c |
$1.60 Colored Taffetas at .$1.25
$1.75 Co'tored Taffetas at MM
$2.00 Colored Taffetas at .$1.60
$1.26 Black Taffetas at . .$8?
$1.60 Black Taffetas at . .9135
$1.75 Black Taffetas ut.... .$1.85
A Clearance Sale
If you need an extra fe irt,
this ls a splendid opportunity to
get a'good one at a little price.
A number of them ure light
weights for eariy spring use.
Solid colors und Calley mixtures.
$6.60 Skirts ^t.. .
$7.50 Skirts nt..r .
$8.50 Skirt* at.. .
$10.00 Skirts ut.,
$12.50 Skirts at...
$1*60 Skirts nt..
#1.25 Lace and Em
broidery Trimmed 98c
$l.50" Lace and Swiss
med .. . .-. . .$1.15
$2.00 Teddy Bear, Lace
and Ribbon Trim
$2.50 Teddy Bear, Lace
and Ribbon Trim
med. ^.. . . .$1.78
$3.00 and $3.50 Van
dyke Point Lace Trim
One lot slightly^ soiled,
One lot Lace Trim
med at.. .. ..23c
One Lot Val Lace
Trimmed at. .48c
$1.00 Nainsook Lace
Trimmed at. .79c
$1.00 Lace Cam
isoles at. . . .75c
p5c Uace Camisoles
.at. . . . . . . .50c
$1.50 Soco Silk Bloomers at... ... ... ....fUt
$2.00 Coma 811k Bloomers at..,..*. .. ..$1.75
$3.50 Crepe de Chtnc Bloomers* at.... ....Sftti
$2.50 and $8.00 Crepe Corset Corers at... .lift
!- ?? - - ?. .-U
, . , . ...
Plain and Hemstitched Tacks at... ... .......Sie and Sae
Extra Site Plain and lace Trimmed..Ste, 40e a"d Me
Crepe Knickerbocker.. .? ..Me
Ninsook, Lace Trimmed....
i ? . ' .
$1.00 Nainsook Knickerbocker Lace and Beading Trimmed
85c and $1.25 Isabel!? Drawers at. . .?Sc sad Ste
$1.50 Seco Silk, Loee Trimmed at.. ... - .'IM*
One lot slightly soiled at half price. "' " ,
VOLUME 1, NUMBER 342. rTeeUy, E.tabUshed i860; D?fljr, Janis, ?1?. ANDERSON, S. C, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 1, 1914. $5.00 PER ANNUM PRICE FIVE CENTS
WAR DECLARED BETWEEN TURKEY AND RUSSIA
o o o o o o Ott? oo?0??o'e
? AT THE CHURCHES S
OOOOOOOOOOOOOO O O?
First Presbyterian Cl^a?
The services at the First Prntfi
ian chareto tomorrow wi il 1
follows: Sabbath achoo) ait.
Mr. E. W. Brown, sup?
The class for men invites "
ors in the city to attend tba
under their auspices. Tan pastor?
Re/. W. H. Fraser, D. D" will preach
at 11:80 and 7:30. A cordial Invita
tion ls extended to the public td maka
this their regular place ot worship.
Ushers will meet strangers at th?
door, show them to a seat and band
them a hymn book
Central Presbyterian Char**.
D. Witherspoon Dodge, pastor. Bun?
day school at 10 o'clock. The men
are especially urged to be , present
and lend their support to Mt, T.
Frank Watkins who begins his work
aa teacher of thia class tomorrow.
Morning service, the quarterly com
munion, nt 11:30 o'clock. Sei
propri?t? to the occasion,
service at 7:30 o'clock. St .
sermon, "The Merciful attd
A special collection for th*'ram*
of the poor and needy oana of An
derson will bs taken In th? morning.
Wie gladly Invite you to worship
Mast? at Grane Ckarea.
The tallowing music will be sun*
at the choral even song Sunday after
noon at 4 o'clock:
Processional. "Hah to the Lord's
Credo-Btainer. ^ .
Hymn. "Jesus Shall Reign ^?wafer
Hymn, "Brightest and Beat ot th?
Sons of the Murnini. ,
Anthem, "Seek, To the Lord."
Recessional, "Watchman, Tell Us of
Tho public is especially invited to
Rev. J. H. Gibbcney,
835. Services for the
after Epiphany, 8 a. m
Eucharist. 10 a. m.,
rectory. 10:16 av In.,
11:80 a. m., morning
mon. 4 a. m., oj
?enday, 4 p. m.
members of ih* -
quested to remember tL_
Sunday morning ls for the
the pastor, Ravi John P. 1
Ject, "Your fttrt lu
3- Sunbeams wlU meet,-nato
4- HMtlBI Af ?ka V 4jb .
lor Bsr*va room.
8:30-^B. T4 P. U. meeting, IL C.
7:36-Public worship. JMHHK
Dr. John C Cannan.
The public, is cordiauV^hvi:
meet abd worship with a* at all
these services. '
John W. Bi
school at 10 o'c
Rsv. John C ? ----
of the "sTatbc?r?lS?x
his brilliant addresi
?unday School oonv
lighted to hear him
Vesper servios st 5 . JIJWPIJ
musical program ha? been Orang**.
Preaching by the pastor. No night
S Orville BapUs. Cfc&raa,
Sabbath school at 10is,, 8,
Wood, superintendert. ?
ship at 11:15 i. ra. ; WWI
at church at 3 p. m. Ladies A^^B
ary Society at the howevnc
nolds at 3 p. m. Evehng worship at
7 p. m. Pastor, Rey. 'Il
Stone, preaching at both nt*
mualty and visitors invited to. wor
ship with us.
- Seelee*- UVJiV^^^kyk- ?
A. R. P. church ikbbath,/.s*hoot
10:30 a. at. ' naa^HW^HHHnfi
and 7:30 p. m. "Let us go litte the
going, dui '*
Services at BL
at 4:80 o'clock, .ttsjr.
o o o o o e a >>. a a * ,?
o Dtr?BLE SP?1$GS. . %
o ' ' #
e ? .? a 4 a o
*'flocl wa? resumed on h\
January 4. . '^??j?
Misses Tera Crawford and
is?gWByanycu anent the hctfsdaya at
their respective hoto**, i
Among tb* Christes;?
one of special interest waa that
Mr. Joe Dobbin* and Mle? ?
Tba enrollment of the..'nehoaf
increased from 82 to 1*5 siece
Mr. and Sra. Lather flulttvan
Christmas with Mrs. sdlHvttn's aar?
ants. Mr. and Mri. Baah&ter.
Preaching, ut ?1