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Following oui\ 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 DOWN 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."
ii.00 shirts, now.;.$ .80
1.50 shirts now.1.18
2.00 shirts now. . 1.65
2.50 shirts now..2.00
$1.00 shirts now.$ .80
-1.50 shirts now.. : ... 1.18
2.00 shirts now.1.65
$ .50 Ties now 3 for.$1.00
.75 Ties now.50
1.00 Ties now.80
1.50 Tl?; now ... ... ... ..1.18
2.00 Tie?? now. ..... 1.66
$2.00 grades, per suit, now..,
1.50 grades, per suit, now. . .
1 .oo grades, per suit, now.. .
$?.oo grades "Royal Plush," per suit,
3.00 Woolen Underwear, per suit, now .2.30
2.00 Cotton Underwear, per suit, now L50
l.oo Cotton Underwea/j per suit, now .80
$3.1)0 Vests now.$2.00
3.50 Vests now.'.V .. 2.75
4.00 Vests now. 2.00
4.50 Vests now. 3.25
5.00 Vests now..- ....3.50
$ 6.00 Bath Robes now. . .. .$3.75
7.50 Bath Robes now.'.. . 4.75
10.00 Bath Robes now.6.50
$2.50 Dress Kids now. .
2.00 Dress Kids now. ..
1.50 Dress Kids now. ..
1.00 Dress Kids now. .
.75 Boys' Scouts now.
1.25 Work Gloves now
50c. grades now. .
75c ?/ades now. .
$1.00 grades now
$1.50 grades now
|. AUTOMOBILE GLOVES
$3.50 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,. ...
l.oo Outing Shirts now.
75 Outlne Shirts now!..
Fancy and Plain. ,
$8.00 Jackets now.a $4.25
5.00 Jackets now.. .. . 3.5?
$4*00 Wool Sweaters now.$2.00
3.50 Wool Sweaters now.-2.65
i.So Wool Sweaters now.
Our new Spring line ^samples
.from-.Ed.-V. Price & Go., (Who's
Your Tailor) and we would be
to show them to you.
T. L?. Gely G o
Under Hotel Chiquola
A HAT SPECIAL
130 Hat j which formerly sold for
$2.00, $2.50 and $3.oo,
MAY NOT CARRY
at Pori Arthur.
May Not Be Permitted
(Br AatoeUUd Pr**?.)
LONDON, Jen. 14.-(7:05 p. m.)
Cable adrice? (? the foreign office to
ner enid thai loading of the Hambarg
Amertcan steamship Deel? ?t. Port
Arther. Tetrad been suspended.
The hope fe entertained tn official cir
cles that th* United States will not
permit thia foraur German vessel,
validity of who*? transfer to Ameri
can registry ts questioned, to enter
^TlSh^^unSa tuneation that the
garded by British officials aa offering
a eolation. The foreign office la not
disposed tc decida precisely what se
be taken uuUl ti ts known
hat ike Dacia has Bailed
for Germany nader the American
;:$a6v Kaan thea lt te probable, a prom
official Intimated, that her car
go would be permitted co reach tts I
destination, bm the vessel detained, if I
the facts In connection with her sale|
are reported here.
The foreign office announced today I
that the Swedish vessels Canton andi
Nsw Sweden, from New York for|
Goethenburg, bad been released.
American owners ot lumber cargoes
which have been detained complain
that the lumber le tutd until the
chargea agalast lt exceed the Invoice
Interested skippers declare the of?
ricial British statement that only
seven neutral vessels now are la prise
courts and only five other? *;e being
detained fa BngMsh port- ;s-r< exami
nation ta not a correct rtdlcstlon-ot
the amount of alleged contrapead be
ing held up. since thousands of ques
tioned consignments sra stared ta
? Pv.ueetoa Gets Beast ka. '
PRINCETON. N. J.. Jan. 14,
TOjt?etan Vatvarslty witt reeelv? ?
qnsrter of a million dollars from
Mrs. nassau Jago, provided- a like
amount ls raised by July l, according
to announcement today by tab unt
Wsrsttys trustees. The donation ks
tor a new university dining ball. Al
ready $75,000 baa saan raised toward I
the needed ?160,000.
$3.00 PER SQUARE
?t?t-ola*s Galvanised Corrugated and Y-Crimped Boona*; fas C t, 8 ?ad
? 10 oesio per square extra. Only required with V-Crimped Roof og.
:>?3gA ?ffflY CMgiJrr, Cy C?rvals St, f itualh, j. c
o IVA NOTES o
The Missionary and Aid Society of
th? Presbyterian church held their
first meeting; of the new year with
Sirs. J. R. McGee on Wednesday af
ternoon at 3 . o'clock. Two te ry in
teresting papaya were read hy Misses
Lula Price end Millie McCullough.
After the business had been transact
ed the hooter* e?rved e. delicious sal
ad- ccsrst. Tho i ??* meeting w'.i! bc
with Mrs- S. M. wcAdams and Mrs.
W. R: Mallinau et the home of-the for
Mrs, pharm McGee and children of
Atlanta are spendtag souse thee at the
home of Mrs. Jeae McGee.
Mr. John D. Askew Of Atlanta fe ie
town thia week esl business.
Rev. 8. li Hood baa returned from
a few days tAay with relatives In Gas
t?ala and Charlotte.
Mr. J. E. Wakefield of Elberton. Ga..
has been spending a few days here
with the family of bia soo. Mr. H. W.
Mr. Mac Beatty waa a visitor la An
Mr. and Mt*. J. C. Jones, who have
spent the past two weeks with rela
tifs* in warr aaa Hartwell, us., nave
Mt. Langdon Ll goo spent Saturday
and 8nnday with friends ta Green
Mr. Harry Pruitt of Calhoun Pal!*
waa a visitor here Saturday.
Miss Gertrude Weldon, teacher, of
the Maffettsvllle school, anent the!
week-end with her cousin, Mrs. Mee
Mr. Mosely Hucks bee of Lowndes
v!Ue was h?re s few hours Saturday
on business. .
Dr. J. N. Land of Starr Was In
town Sunday on professional busi
Mrs. J. H. Bell of Lowndesrille wsa
vlsitiog friends here Saturday,
I Miss Bertha McAlUter has been
elected assistant teacher In the
Barnen school and* took charge of her
Mr. Francis Whltesides ot .Gastonta.
N. C., visited friends here for a short
?h|!e last week,,
Mrs. 3. E. Anderson and little Sarah
after spending several weeks in 8pa< -
tanburg with relatives have returned
; Mr. W. D. McLaln of Spartanburg
waa among the business visitors here
this - v*ek.
Mrs. W, A. Kan'has returned from
a visit to relatives tn Lowodesvtll:
Mr. Jim Watt of Da* Weet ts on
a visit to hts brother. Mr. Reese Watt.
Mrs. Raid Sherard and children,
who have been visiting st the home of
Mrs. V. Cv Sherard far the ??st three
weeks left Wednesday'for their home
Mr. 8. E. Leverett baa sold oat hts
stock ot goods sad baa accepted a po
sition with the firnt af F. W. McGee.
SBADRIGT. N, J., Jan. 14.--A rec
ord high tide swap! almost unimpeded
through Beabr Ight streets todsy,
wrecking cottages already weakened
by arsTlsas inondations.
The new bulkhead installed after
last year V disastrous tides wa'* swept
Baltimore and Ohio
To Invade Kentucky
(By AwociaUd Pw )
LEXINGTON, Ky., Jan. 14.-Aa .
preliminary movement to enter the
eastern coal fields, tho Baltimore and
Ohio railroad today flied a mortgage
at Whiteanorg. Ky., to secure 15,000,
000 worth of bonds. The active com
petitor ot the Baltimore sud Ohio phi
this field Is the Louisville and Nash
ville. It ia the first time the Baltimore
and Ohio baa invaded Kentucky. . -?d
??KATi? Qf GSSLB
William pavid,v the IS months old'
son of Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Watson, or
the Belem section, died yesterday
morning after a brief illness. The fun
eral services will be held st ll o'clock
thia morning at tho r?sidence, efter
which interment will be made at Leb
TJseel Resort Made.
MONTGOMERY, Ala., Jan. ii.-Thc
special grand Jory impaneled at th?
order of Governor O'Neal to investl
gate the'lynching, two weeks ago ot
Ed and Will Smith, negroes, by a mob
near Wetnmpka, adjourned today
with the report4 "no evidence which
Would warrant Indictment
? Meriwa Wed? Genua.
BERLIN/ (via London). Jen H.
Miss Elisabeth Roger s,daaghtar of
Mr. ead Mrs. Richard Reid Rogers, of
Washington. DL C., waa married today
n Trinity Church to Prince Christian
* Heese; The prince le a nephew of
he German empress and ls a captain
h the Germ?t? navy.
BRYAN PROTESTS VU
(By Ataorfated Pr**.)
WASHINGTON, Jan. 14.-Secretary
Bryan has sent a vigorous protest di
rect to the Carranza authorities at
Tampico against? their threat to close
the great oil wells In that vicinity be
cause the foreign operators refused to
psy a heavy assessment levied by the
Mexicans. The matter also bas 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 ot the Carranza officials, re
ports coming directly from state de
partment representatives as well as
through the interest?c 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,
[tfon at Mexico City as provisional
president, existed today at the stat?
department. A telegram from Mexico
City announced that the chairman of,
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 tho
COLE L. BLEASE VOLUNTAR!!
have seldom been In accord, and the n
pu88ed over his veto than any governoi
' Utterances Attracts y
? Governor Bleaee during tho l"?jt
tcntlon because of vitriolic utterances
his, personal opinion on various matter
ci Governors at Richmond. Va., about I
by exclaiming, "to hell with the const
e.nploy troops to prevent the lynching i
In bia last message to the South (
ern o;- Ul ease said:
"I have attained the highest ambit
'as my personal Interest ls concerned,'
wa. my services In future I will gil
PHILADELPHIA. Jan. 14.-Charles
S. Doola, former manager of the Phil
adelphia Nationals', announced tonight
ho had accepted the offer of Manager
Herzog, of Cincinnati, and that be
was ready to sign a contract with
that club at any time. Herzog said
o\yr the telephone from hts home in
? ? _L ' _ -
Here9? What You
will buy a
metal ar ]
AA will .hay a
y tl?i Racker
/UL they're pmm
will boy a pair
good aad sabsti
We offer every other
greatly reduced pri?es.
Buy 'em Where 1
Outierret cabinet, denied in a state
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
Stillman and Leon J. Canova, o state
department agtfnti with having re
ceived any amount of money to take
General Iturhide out of the country.
The Carransa agency here issued
"General Carranza from Vera Crus
denies Tampico is threatened by ' a
Villa force, and saya officers of the
gunboat Guerrero reported deserting
to Gutierres forces are still loyal.
General Pablo Geniales took Valles,
on the outskirts of San Luis Potosi."
The Carransa agency here tonight
made public this telegram from La
"General Luis Gutierres wired Nu
evo Laredo today thal the Vlllistas
are evacuating Saltillo and reatreat
iug towards San Louis Potosi. He re
ports that the Villista force waa un
der command of General Angeles and
numbered only 6,000 men."
Another report given out said Gen
eral Maclovlo Herrera had shot on''
killed General Saldivar, of Vitia's
army, when the latter with a party of
disguised soldiers entered the Car
ranza lines In a fog and treid to assas
inate General Herrera.
)RSHIP OF SOUTH CAROLINA
om Page One.)
ecords show that more bill have been
r in the hlBtory of tae State.
few years attracted widespread tit -
in bis public speeches. In stating
B in an address befora the conference
wo years ago, he startled his bearers
itution," and asserting he would not
of a negro guilty of attacking a-white
karolina legislature last Monday Gov
ion 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 bia offer of a two-year
contract at $6,000' a year still stood.
Earlier in the night President' Bak
er, of the Phillies, had announced
that he would* accede to Dooln's re
quest and aak for waivers on the for
:r Money Wilt
i pair women's sample
leathers, worth $3,
and $5. What about
a pair women's gan'
patent hatton ?hoes
i pair af tM**
wemen ?Hees und
ken too? fer iee
$1.25 ehildrea's shoes*
tntial and well werta
shoe In the honse at
s. Shoe Co.