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Here's the idea to which we wish to direct your atten
tion: We are as anxious to sell more as you are to get
more for your money; we are making reductions in many
departments that will certainly accomplish both. Usual
Evans Quality at unusual prices. Figure your advantage in ev
$20.00 Menys Overcoats now..$16.00
$18.00 Men's Overcoats now. ..$14.40
$ 15.00 Men's Overcoats now.$12.00
$10,00 Men's Overcoats now..$ 8.00
$7.50 Boy's Overcoats now selling at. ) , J. $6.00
$6.00 Boy's Overcoats now selling at. .. .$4.80
$5.00 Boy's Overcoats now selling at. . . .$4.00
$4.00 Boy's Overcoats now selling at, . . . $3.20
$3.00 Boy's Overcoats now selling at . . . .$2.40
MEK'S WOOL SHIRTS H I- MANHATTAN SHIRTS ^oSlS
?VSO W^IK * $115 Every one know, the great reputation ^.5^
? oo Woo tfrrts now ltll 40 ,hirU md lose no toe *2.00 Sweaters reduced to..... $1.40
^^r1^ WHen WCan" ^.50 Sweaters reduced to.. . .. . $1.75
Aiixr.Mnnni7 0i r.vi7Q MEN'S AND BOYS' UNDERWEAR
AUTOMOBILE GLOVES $115 $1 40 &2 25 An Fal1 and winter Garments included
; . Entire stock of auto.gloves included lin- ; swTu; W&>Zu<?-. J^S^L: in 'this clearanc?./ ^One, aii?d ; two-pi.ece
ed or unlined; tubular or the new folding arno other ?IBOother s?keintni? Suits; heavy, medium or regular weights
pocket gauntlets- many styles, all sizes, [ ' <c* m>ke* Qnallty I cotton or w?oL
black and tan. mi AI I rvr ni? UANAMCUACC * -50 Garments now at. . ......$ AO
$1.00 Auto Gloves now for. ..$ .80 ^ *CIAL LOT Or.HANAN. SHULb $io0 Garments now at. *. - . V . . . .$. .80
$1.50 Auto Gloves nbw for..f..$1^5 Your opportunity cannot hold out much $1.50 Garments now at. . $K15
$2.00 Auto Gloves now for.. . . .$1.45 longer in these Hanan $0.00 -Shoes we're $1.75 Garments now at1.;. '. .^fUMt
$2.50 Auto Gloves now for.. .: .$1.90 clearing. A few pairs left of several leath- $2,00 Garments now at- . . ... $1.45
$3.00 Auto Gloves now for.$2.30 ers and in assorted sizes. $3.00 Garments now at. ?2.. &j. ? $2.25
$3.50 Auto Gloves now for. ..$2.70 They're priced at. . ..$2.95 $3.50 Garments now at.. ; $2.65
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Order by Paree! Post; , ^^e*^''^ Order by Parcel Post;
We Prepay Charges ,.;j*ssp*M We Prepay Charges.
"The Store with a Conscience"
We Are Still Shipping Mule? For
And Will probably ship another
car this week.
If you have a mule you want to
dispose of, bring it to our stable
and get the cash.
Of course we cannot handle any
The Fretwelt Co.
Cennty, ?M O? BlSereat Torn
ows* la WWcfc Thoy Appear.
Salton. oity-^Anderson 17.
Township-Belton 18. Cal
**. Ceder Orcve Soy Oak Grove
Creeat $e, Rocky River Union ?;
Brushy Cr?ait- Airy Springs. 64 :
Concrete 1?, JKtn. View ?, Sal nd? 2?,
ii Tnrse asi Twenty Si;
1?. CeatarvUle ?, Green Pond. ?9;
i?snunoa?, S; McLeess. K2: Straight.
Corner Townshlp~cora*r. IS;
Geaerostce^jl;. Qood Hope, ?S; Grove,
bio Springs, 68; Towa ville, 40;
- Garvin Township-Bishop Branch,
28; Hunter, 24; Lebanon, 27 Mc
EJmoyle. 50; Melton, 61; Mountain
View. 18; Straight.
Hall Township-Good Hope, 48;
Iva, 44; Rocky River. 69; 8tarr, 37;
Hon ea Path-Barkers Creek, 67;
Calhoun, 26; Cleveland, 86; Friend
ship, 35; Gantt, 34; Hones Path, 16.
56; Hammond, 3; Hopewell, 7; fierce,
town. 54; Union. 21; Straight.
Martin Township-Bethel, 66;
Ebenezer, 46; Long Branch, 88;
Rocky River, 6$, Martin. 15.
Pendleton Township-Fairview,, 88;
Hunter, 2R; Pen?'eton, 2; Zion, 53.
R^'- Mills Township-Green Pond,
6*r HcLsese, 68; Rock Hills, 5;
WJlllfcrd. 62; Straight
Savannah Township-Good Hope,
48; Grove. 66; Mt. Creek. 70; Savan
nah. 9; Starr. 87; WUItford, 62;
Varennes Township-Anderson, 17;
Mt Creek. 70; Rocky River. 69;
Starr. 87; Straight'
Will tam stoti Township-Beaverdam,
68; Cedar Grove, 80; Central. 58;
Plsroetowu. 6a: . .Simpsonville, 41;
Union, SI; West Pelter. 8; White
Plains, 48; Williamston, SO; Straight
I publish the number of the school
dtstriBte in order that you may list
returns tn proper districts.
CITS BASH TO SE SOLU AT PUB
The building known as the CITY
BARN located near the City Hall
wilt be sold* at publie outcry to Ute
highest bidder ta front of the City
' 1 at IS o'clock noon on Monday
next, January 18th, 1916.
Terms ot ssl? cash, purchaser to
remove building; from the city's land
within ten days tram date of sale.
a M. SCOTT.
City Clerk and Treasurer..
For takln? returns from the dif
ferent cotton wills around tba etty
ot Anderson as follows:
W. H. Wellington, (known aa Equi
ne* Mill) Jan. 14tb. aftmoon 1.2
jo? Mill, Friday. Jan. 18th. Af?
tero ooo , 1-2 day. *
Anderson Cotton Mm, Monday. Jan.
ISSyBornlns, 1-2 day.
Gluck Mill, Tuesday, Jan. 19th, I
lorain*. 1-2 day.
Orr Milt, Tuesday, Jan. 19tb, attar,
con, 1-2 day.
an. 20th, afternoon 1-2 day.
Please dent fall to make your re-1
urn when we come to the milla
Auditor Anderson County.
January 13th, ms.
Tratte Ordered Suspended,
BROWNSVILLE. Te?., Jan. - 13.- ?
raffle between Brown grille and Mata
toros, tho Mexican town opposite
da city, was suspended tonight un-!
sr orders of the Carrants commander
t Matamoros when'dispatches were
jceived tending to confirm reports
ist Monterey had been evacuated by,
ie Carranza forccB. Twenty tra?na;1
powded with troops sad refugees, ara I
^_route to the border, lt ls said.
When you leave a piece of JEWEL
Y to be repaired, , do you want to
sit always for it?/Lyon will re
?r H at once.
Wheo yon leave your glasses, caa
? afford to ba without them? Lyon
ill repair them at once.
And you have a bunch ot old
BiWELRY laid away, that could be
ade into beautiful pieces, at a very
ttle cost. Almost every day I have
?ne one to tell f ?a that they have
1 old piece of jewek-y that waa worn
T their mother, father or grand
other sad would. ?.*<> say thing If
icy could wear it No piece ls toa
uS to ?? made to look nsw.
Let me make you a arlee.
text Door NEW STATION j
Yo Anderson Relief
Now Total $96.11-ta*
A total of $96.11 nea bean subscrib
ed to date to the Anderson Relief As
sociation, according to data given ont
by Treasurer G. H. Geifer ot the As
Contributions received yesterday by
the association were:
First Baptist church ... .....?47.00
Cash ... .... 3?00
A. H. Osborne. 1-JtflT
Total . ... ..I ...151.00
PrevtousJy . acknowledged 45.11
WSl Cope Wkh Wof
fot* mat School Team
At the West Market street school at
1:46 o'clock thia afternoon the basket
ball team Of the Anderson high ?chool
will pldy the team from Wtofford Fit
Following the ?rat game between
the bora* teams, the girls* basketball
team of the Anders*** high school wilt
?1er the girls* team rito mHonea Path.
TV*1 Anderson high Behool team will
be picked from the following: Jones,
Bruce, Kar. Bawler. Daniel, Geer, Ma
jor, Besetter, Findley, Cooley and
O'Donnell. An admission fee of 15
cents will be charged.
New Week Benito.
Vf. H. Keene 4k Co., local levelers.
Have installed a haadsom* new work
bench for th? repair department,
which ia in charge oC Henry Shea
rer. The hooch is made of
ind is one of the meet c .
Ketftyed in t*iw section of the
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tmiRm* Photo Hay is to Be
Shown Today at Para*
."The Straight Rosa" ls the ti tie ot
sa unusually powerful motion picture
drama which will aa shown today, at
the Paramount three tre. Tbs produc
tion wan shown yesterday morn ls g
before-ap audience invited by the
management to view" the picture and
yass upon its merits. It was pronounc
ed one of the most powerful produc
tions ever throwa apon a motton pie
tare screen bera.
The Paramount will open this af
ternoon st 3 o'clock ead tbs first reel
will start promptly thereafter at 4,
g.JlYT. ?. ead.? ?foock.
ESCAPED CONVICTS CAUGHT .
Hamilton, forger, and E. N. Hanley,
highway robber, who. with Slier and
Aliso Burton. . murderers, escaped
irv m tba Virginia penitentiary here
Monday night, were made prisoners
today at Coleman's Mill. Caroline
county. Sd miles aoru< of Richmond:
fey J. A. Petford, a fermer, amad,
with a*shotgun. When they asked San-'
ford rar food aad a bed last night, hs
recognised them fro? newspaper,
pictures, fed them aad, stood ?nerd
all night wall? they slept the. sleep of
exhaustion. Warden Wood was sum
moned and ne brought tba unresist
ing prisoners tv> this city. .
Adkins and Barton were captured
! Tuesday afternoon near Sabot Island
station by railroad men aad returned
to the penitentiary, and today's arrest
ends the tale of tba daria? break* ex
cept that each of the convicts will.
bas? five yaam added to his sentence
tor misbehavior. The farmer got *10d
ooah tar capturing tba mea.
' Cefcaa Receipt? Ott.
Tba number of bale? ot cotton gm
balea ?tasad ta? the cowsooondiag ne-j
rtod >yt lti4 number 6M1??.
"IS YOU ?ISO
A MOTHERLESS BABY
OF GENERAL SECRETARY F.
M. BURNETT OF RELIEF
Youngest of Four Babies Placed
ira Anderten Home Other?
Seat to Relatives.
:**Is you josas?" ?eked a six year old
child yesterday aa the little scrap nf
flesh stood in the floor casing up into
the face of General Secretary Burnett
of the Anderson Relief Association.
"No, lam not Jesus," answered thu
secretary, "what made you think
'Cause my manta said before she
|d>od Jesus would take care of us, and
I. saw you give my papa some money,"
piped back the little tot, aa he shift
ed his position to get a better view
of the man who had handed to tho
child's father some money with which
to purchase ? few of the bate necessi
ties ot life for bis four motherless
These four small children. who
were brought to the Y..H. C Wed
nesday morning b~ tujir father, who
Stated that his wit..? had recently died
and that h? was literally "np against
it" tn care:for the little ones, hsvo
been sent to-homes where they will be
properly cared for.
Yesterday morning General Secre
tary Fred M. .Burnett-of the Ander
son Relief Association purchased
tickets tor - the three older children
and started them off to Lawmla* Ga.,
where they will be .taken care ot by
! relatives of their dead mother. The
Sagest of the four children, an ln
t only 8 months old. ha? been ad
ad by Mr. and Mrs. Cantrell ot
a^dfh Main street.
When the-father of theV children
ha? taken the little fellows.to Livonia
and plaeed them-in charge of relatives
he will return to -Belton and resume
hie duties-there in'tho mill. At some
time in -the future it is planned' to
bring, the family together 'again, but
for the present the Tittte fellows will
be looked after by. other hands.'
I Pat Major Loses New Firestone
Touring Ger by, Fire-Mcchme
Was Ins. ?
Pat Major, .a well known and proo
perous planter of the Hammond school
section of the county, had the misfor
tune yesterday- afternoon' to lose 'his
large new Firestone turing cai , by
fire. The machine waa standing in the
front yard of Mr. Major's, residence
and he WM, premiring Iq start for the
city. IR some way the machine caught
fire from the engine and was destroy
ed in a few minutes.
The machine was practically new
|aad cost ?2.600. The car ?ras fully in
sured with "Botter-Be-Safe-Than
Sorry" Sloan. Mr. Major had had tho
automobile but a few months.
I Baa Recovered.
The friends of Harry Snow will ho
pleased to learn that he baa recover
ed from a severe attack ot la grippe
and ts able' froy-be' ont jegaln.
M?lltobie ?ott Charcoal /ron