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Our former proportion enabl
ing you to buy Siandard Granu
lated Sugar at 4c pound still
?olds good. It's up to you to
take advantage of this opportun
WE WERE THERE WITH THE
In the Grocery Department
tile stock of heavy and fancy
groceries, shelf gooda, etc? is run
ning so low it's useless to quote
prices. You'll have to "hurry up"
if you get absolutely good fresh
merchandise at cost.
Hundreds of people are sharing in the profits these days. This store was thronged and crowded with eager buyers the first-three days of our sale. Saturday was a
r ecord breaker. What does it all mean? Simply that the buying public has utmost confidence in the statements made by Osborne & Pearson. They all know there is no
'Hot Air" connected with us. We were there with the goods. Each customer goes away satisfied and boosting our great "Quit Sale." The people are talking about the
wonderful bargains they are getting here and these very bargains are growing greater day by day as the stock grows smaller and smaller. Each lot of merchandise, as it
becomes broken is put on the "Hurry Up" counter and sold for a mere song. i
White Goods Department
The one department in our store in which we have
always put a pride is our White Goods Section. That
is the one department foday that-is not the least de
pleted. Lawns, Dimities, Nainsooks, Batiste,, etc., in
solid pieces never before put or? the counter.
We will specalize on
White Goods Next Week
Commencing Monday Morning
New shipment Pajama Cloth, 36 inches witto', .7'/?
will be in by Tuesday, yard. . * -,
5oc Linen, 36 inches
20c White Checked and Striped Lawns
25c grade Checked Nainsook
15c, 12 i-2c.
25c Dotted Swiss
Bookfold Dimity, new goods, v?ry sheer l O?#?
and fine, 20c values, now. *
Bookfold Dimity, new goods, very sheer and *V ??
fine, 10c values, now. ^*
48 inch Batiste, beautifully sheer, a splendid OE?^
value at 40c, now ...
5oc Cream Batiste, 46 inch wide
35c Cream Batiste, 46 inches wide
at.>:'. .. ....
3oc White Batiste, 38 inches wide
at ... ... ... ... ... ;..vtO . - Kfi
Bookfold Dimity, new goods, very sheer and
fine, 25c values, now ... ... ..... ...
35c White Batiste, 38 inches wide
25c Glasgow, Natural Bleach, Linen Finish
39 inches wide now ..............
toe Glasgow, Natural Bleach, Linen Finish,
now i.... ..
$1.00 Cream All Wool Serge, (42 and 48 |5Q*%
inches wide, soft finish). OsirC
loc Bleached Domestic (soft finish)
Limit 10 yards.
8c Bleached Domestic
Limit i o yards ...
Trunks, Bags and Suit Cases,
Art Squares, Cassocks, Carpets,
Mattings, Window Shades, every
thing in the store included in this
sale. Absolutely nothing reserv
.Don't be too proud to save.
Buy now for your future needs
and bank the savings. '*
With The Chi
Tue Primary Phllathoa Claas was
delightfully'entertained on Friday af
ternoon hy Miss Lucy Bell at her home
on E. Market street. During the
social period the young hostess serv
ed dainty refreshments.
The Foreign D-partment of the
Missionary Society of the Centrai
Presbyterian church will meet next
Monday afternoon at four o'clock at
tho church. Subject: "New Era in
The Working: Society.
The Working Society" of the Cen
tral Presbyterian church, held a Very
interesting meeting last Monday af
ternoon with Mrs. J. C. Watkins on
Calhoun street Quite a number of
garments were brought for the box,
and a nic0 sum was realised from the
"quarters" given at the January meet
Mrs. W. N. Thomson, vice president,
was elected president in place of Mrs.
Frank Watkins, resigned.
Wesley Phflaihea Class.
The Wesley Phllathoa Class of the
St. John's Methodist church held their
monthly meeting with Mrs. Elliot Mc
Cants on Wednesday afternoon, March
3. After the business was finished
the class spent a very pleas Int social
hour. The hostess assisted by ths
Misses McCants served a delicious
Delightful Meeting Senior Fhilatben.
The* Senior Philatfica Class of the
First Presbyterian church was beau
tifully entertained, on Thursday after,
noon by Mrs. J. P. Trowbridge and
Mrs. F. M. Burnett at the home of
Mrs. Burnett on S. Main street. There
waa a large attendance of members,
besides several visitors and the meet
ing was especially, pleasant Tho class
sent $25.00 tb Thorn well orphanage,
to help relieve the present financial
strait:- Splendid reports were read
from every committee, showing the
class to be up to an unusually high
standard -of wort; just now.
' Mrs. Charles Spearman's music waa
a pleasant feature of thp afternoon,
and later the two charming hostess
served a delicious o weet course.
The Ladles Auxiliary Soeity.
The Ladles Auxiliary Society of the
First Presbyterian church will meet
Monday afternoon ct half past three
wlt?* Mrs, Rosa McCully on Bleekley
The Ladles Aid.Society of the St.
John Methodist church are planning, a
delightful Tea for Thursday afternoon
March 11th at the hom? of Mrs. 8.
D. Brownly on S.. McDurfle street
A beautiful musical program will be
gi con? alto refreshments will be serv
ed. A silver offering will be taken up
at the door.
The Minston Band.
Thc* Mission Band of the First Pres.
bytertan church was reorganized olie
day last wet?, with Mrs. Claud Towu
send ss Iftas*' \ There was a aplendid
attendance ft little folks and they
have .taken up the work with the
preatest enthusiasm. The meetings
will be held every two weeks on Fri
days and the following officers were
elected for the coming year. President
Miss Emily Fraser. Vid* President
M?s Elisabeth MCFB.11. Secretary
S willing McFail. and Treasurer Miss
The four circles of the First Pres
byterian church were delightfully en
tertained on Monday afternoon. With
the following ladies No. 1. With the
President Mrs. S. H. Pr?vost No. 2.
Had an old fashion quilting with Mrs.
Arthur Holman. No. 4. Met with
Mrs. P. K. McCully on W. Whitner
and No. 3. was entertained by Mrs. W.
A. Speer. In all there waa a particu
larly good attendance, and the meet
ings were all most pleasant These
meetings are ??voted entirely to the
social s'de of church life and prove
to be a splendid way of getting the
ladies closer together, and doing away
with all formality and stiffness.
The Missionary Society of St. John's
Methodist church will meet Monday
afternoon at four o'clock with Mrs. J.
B. Marshall on S. McDuffie street.
The ladles of the Wesley Phllatbea
class will havo a cake sale and candy
sale on Saturday before Easter Sun
day. They will be glad to take orders
for Easter cakes.
Charming Little Party.
The second series ot charming lit
tle card parties being given by Mrs.
John Frank at her pretty home on
West Market/street, was given yes*
ttrday afternoon. Auction bridge was
the pastime for the afternoon, and
after several interesting game.- the
prise, a lovely picture was won by
Mrs. O. B, Greene. The aXractive hos.
tess served a tempting salad course.
The guests for the aftemoor were;
Mrs. Alice Dykes, Mrs. T. E. Howard,
Mrs. L. I*. Rice, Mrs. S. R. Parker,
Mrs. G. B. Greene, Mrs. W. D. Mc
Lean. Misses Margaret Evans and An
Beautifal Planer Party.
A pretty compliment to two charm
ing new comers was the elegant
course dinner given \>n Friday even.
lng by Mr. and. Mrs. Rufus F?nt in
honor of Mr,' and Mrs. C. H. Bleich.
The lordly home on . River street
presented a scene of unusual beauty
with tts profusion of roi ea and daf
fodil?. In the halls and parlor? the
daffodils were used every where large
bowls and vases ot golden fragrance.
. Ia the dining room where the decora
tions were even more elaborate and
beautiful- the decorations were kil
larney roses of the" most exquisite
beauty. A large vase of roses was
placed at each end of the table, with
roses and tong graceful ferns effec
tively arranged In between. At each
place wes a beautiful corsage boquel
ot killarney rosea for each lady guest,
and a rose bud beutomttr for each
gentleman. A six course dinner waa
The guests were Mr. and Mrs. C. If
Bleich, Mf. and Mrs. C. & Minor, Mr,
and Mrs. J. E. Preozeale. Mr. and Mrs
A. L. Martin, Dr. and Mrs. James P
Kinard, Mr. and Mrs. Porter Whaler
Dr. Sod Mrs. B. A Henry. The guests
all Joined a delightful Theatre Part]
i later at the Anderson Theatre to se?
the "Dollar Mark" a picture of ru
us uu? merit and worth. It was ful ?y
enjoyed by all.' # .
Miss Boal<ain Chosen Sponsor.
Gen. B. H. Teague has appointed
M ?88 Martha A. Bonham sponsor for
thc United Confederate veterans. Miss
Bonham has chosen as her maids,
Mlaa Olive McGown of Columbia, and
Miss Sinkler of Charleston. Miss
Bonham is the_dRugbt?r of Gen. and
Mrs. M. L. Bonham, both of whom are
so well known and so Justly popular
In our town, while Miss McGown ls
a grand-daughter of Gen. Samuel Mc
Gowan, and a daughter of Mr. W. C.
McGowan. Gen Teague could not
have mad? a selection more pleasing
to Abbeville people.-Abbeville Press
To Entertain for Philathess.
Miss Nelle Barton
Mrs. W. H. Barton
203 Calhoun St
Senior Phllathea Class
First Baptist Church
Wednesday, March 10th
4 to C.
Dae West Alumne.
The One West Alumnae will hold
their regular monthly meeting next
Friday afternoon at four o'clock with
Mrs. J. K. Hood on Marshall Ave.
Marguerite Clarke will be here on.
Mareil 24th In the "Wild Flower" at
the Paramount Theatre. Thia will be
a benefit performance tor the Pal
metto Chapter, and the ladles ate de
lighted at being able ba secure this
pi ct uro, aa lt la one ot the prettiest
ever shown here.
Mt. and Mrs. Frank Sloan have been
spending several days with friends In
Miss Bessie Allen of Greenville ls
the guest ot Mrs J. P. Trowbridge.
Mr. and Mrs. Harlston Barton and
Mr. Buck Patton of Anderson, S. C.,
are expected Sunday to visit Mrs.. L.
A, Harper and friends.-Elberton
Hr. ase Mrs. Bieten Move Ce Parker
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Bleich moved last
week Into the Parker home on W.
Whitner street. Mr. and Mrs. Bleich
have already made ??any warm friends
luring their short stay here, and their
home will always be an attractive
placo to them.
Tea Psrtj Girls.
The les Party Girls met on Friday
afternoon with little Mies Alice Al?
len at her home on Greenville street.
Mr. end Mrs. R. E. Halroyd on W.
Whitner street have as their guest
this week their mother, Mrs. R. L:
Holroyd ot Rock Hill..
THE ?AIR LILMA*
Will Be Sees af The Anderson Mon.
day l? "Wildfire."
Beautiful Lillian Russel will be toe
attraction, at The Anderson on Mon
day; shs Ia to bp sss? la tbs spkndid
Shuoart S-reel production aatltled
Those who have never eeef Lillian
Russet herself on the st?ge, should
grasp thia epportanie? o? ssetc? this
wonderful wetnan. ,
An otb M- attraction to be enjoyed at
The Anderjon ia thu splendid ortfees*
tra,* which ls getting to be mere of a
drawing card se th? days go fey.
> AT THE CHURCHES o ,
\ - , Ki
Rev. J. H. Gibboney, rector. Phone
535. Services for the Third tSorKuty
in Lent. March 7th, 10:15 a. m. Suu
lay school and Bible class, 11:30 a.
tn. The Holy Eucharist and sermon.
1:30 p. m. Choral Even Song and ser
mon. Monday 4:00 p. m. Evening
prayer and address. Tuesday 4:00 p.
ax. evening prayer and address. Wed
nesday 10:00 a. m. The Holy Euchar
ist Thursday 8:00 p. m. evening
prayer and address. Friday 4:00 p. m. I
Children's service. The Woman's
Auxiliary will meet after, the service
on Monday afternoon.
Music nt Grace Church.
The following music will be sung
at the choral Even Song on Sunday
afternoon at 4:30 o'clock.
Processional-Fight on the Good
Nunc Dimittis-Gregorian Caant
Hymn-Jesus*the Very Thought, ot
Hymn-I Need Thee Every Hour.
Offertory Anthem-Set your Affec
tions on Things on High, from the
Canthta Isieal ta the Wilderness.
Recessional-Oft in Danger, Oft in
The First Presbyterian Charca.
The services at the Fivst Presby
terian church tomorrow will be held
al th? usu-! hours. The Sabbath
school will 'vont ene at 10 o'clock.with
Mr. E. W. Brown, the superintendent,
in charge. At 11:80 and 7:80 the pas
tor will preach. A large chorus choir
will be present at night to furnish the
music. A very cordial Invitation is
extended to all the public to worship
St Joseph's Catholic Chute
Third Sunday of Lent Mass and
sermon 8 a. m. Confessions before
mass. No other services until Friday
when the stations of tho cross will be
recited at 4:30 p. m. Visitors ore
welcome at all these services.
Associate Reformed Church.
Sabbath school at 10:30 a. in.
i Preaching at 11:30 a. m. and 8 p. m. by
the pastor. Come and let na worship
God. i "The Sabbath is to be sancti
fied by a holy resting all that day,
even from such worldly employments
and recreations as are lawful on
other .days, and spending the whole
time In the public and private exer
cises of God's worship, except so mud
ah ls to be taken up in the works of
necessity and merry."
Centra) Presbyterian Choree.
Rev* Witherspoon Dodge, pastor.
Morning >tervtoe -at 11:80. Special
music, solo by Mrs. McDonald: "Fear
Not. Oh. Ye IsreaL"
Night service at 7:30. Special music
-Quartette by Miss Straus than, Miss
Smith, and Messrs. 8am Orr Trlbblo
and Frit ?gerald; ar.d a duet by Miss
Elisabeth Lawrence and 8am Orr
The public is cordially Invited to
wors?i?p with us. .
* St; JoneVafrthedlrt Chere*,
Ror, John W. Speake, pastor.
The Vesper service ls changed to
niflht Services. With thia exception the
services wilt be as usual. The delight
ful music of the V?per service wilt
be continued in the^iight. service.
Everybody to have per*.in this ser
?g?t?C testimony and praise. Will
use the old hymns -our mothers loved, n
Dne to be sung without the organ. tl
Sunday school 10 o'clock. Preaching e
at 11:30 and 7:30. . - b
Christian Church. I
Sunday, March 7th, Rev. J. T. Black, ti
pastor. Bible school at 10:80 a. m. J
Preaching and communion at 11:30
and again at 7:30 by the pastor. AU s
members are urged to attend these t
services as there are matters ot E
business of Importance to be consld- <
ered. Visitors and strangers also cor- j
dlally invited to worship with us.
First Baptist Church.
Teachers prayer service at 9:45.
Sabbath school at 10:00. Dr. A. L.
Smetbers, supt. Public worship at
11:30. Sermon by the pastor, nev.
John F. Vines. Subject: 'But That
Servant." Meeting of Royal Am:
bassadors in basement at 3:00. C. S.
Sullivan. Jr., leader. Y. M. C. A. Mis
sion Study class in Junior Phtlathea
room at 4:00. The pastor will teach
the lesson. Chapters 6 and 7 will be
studied. B. Y. P. U. service at 6:30.
Subject: "With Jesus by the Sea
shore." Public worship at 7:30. Ser
mon by thc pastor. Subject: "A Re
fuge of Idas."
Tuesday-The Ladies Aid Society
will meet at the church at 4:09.
Wednesday Teachers meeting at
7:00. Prayer and praise service at
8:CO. Subject: "The Responsibility
of the Teacher." Scripture I Timothy.
The following Sunday school teach
ers 'are asked to speak five minutes
on th*, topics assigned:
1. Rex Rice. "Our Responsibility to
fi. C. S. Sullivan, Jr., "Our Respon
sibility to Develop."
3. Prof. J. H. Williams, "Our Re
sponsibility to Give."
All the other teachers are asked
to bring quotations from the *>C:?JJ
The public is cordially invited to
attend and worship with us at all
Bethel Methodist Church.
Services at Bethel Methodist church
tomorrow at 11:30 a. m.. and 7:30 p.
m. Tho pastor, the Rev. S. W. Dan
ner, will preach at both services.
Mrs. Feat Entertains At Elegant
Fifteen ladles were Mrs. Rufus
Pant's guests at a beautiful luncheon
yesterday at one o'clock at ber attrac
tive home on E. River street. This
wan the first of several delightful lit
tle affairs with which Mrs. ' Fant has
planned to entertain her friend in the
next few weeks. The parlors were
Ailed with Ute fragrance c* many
beautiful flowers converting them in
to a bowers of loveliness. Tb? lunch
eon table presented a scene of rare
brilliant and beauty. Qc.the snowy
writeness bf the linen waa an effec
tive arrangement of cat glass and sil
ver, with? tall cut glass vases nf Wi
lna rey roses entwined In a nj? work
of long graceful ponds of feathery
terna In each finger bowl was a pink
killarney rose the whola making a.
picture of striking beauty.
An elegant eight course menu waa
beautifully served. The invited guests
were Mrs. Carrie Patrick, Mrs. J. W.
Quattlebaum, Mrs. Charles Sullivan,
Mrs. Leila Sullivan, Mrs. W. R. Wones,
Mrs. Von Hesselea, Mrs. Arthur Hol
man. Mrs. Raymond Frciweii, Mrs.
R. E. Llgoa, Mn. J. D Hammett. Mrs.
H H. Watkins. Mrs. J. O. Wi Iii te, Mrs.
Will Webb. Mr?. Mamie Geiger, ?nd
Mrs. J. E. Berton.
<;REAT PARAMOUNT DAY
Children Admitted Free to Perter
Manees Yesterday Morning.
The Parawa int tboatre manage
tent announced yesterday afternoon
lat he showed to three capacity audi,
aces Saturday forenoon, the occasion
sing a free ahow for all the children
f Anderson. An especially appro
bate program for the occasion had
?en prepared, and the children en
Dyed lt immensely.
The Paramount seats 320 people,
ind at three different times during
he forenoon every scat waa filled,
ind aomotimeQ there were two small
mlldren in one seat, declared Mr.
Married Sunday afternoon, Febr
uary 28 at 3 o'clock at the residence
of the Rev. Mr. Harmon. Mia? Lillie
Brown and Mr. Ralph Sullivan, atf.bt
Mr. SsMlvan ls an old Anderson
boy and spent all his life in and
about the city, moving to Wllllamston
about a year ago with hla father. Ho
haa a host ct friends here who wish
him and his yoong wife much happi
ness and sucosas In lite._
. ' For
Such good pumps have never .been offered at prces
so low. Our policy is to get ride of them ard not
to wait 'tili they get;old and shopworn. A
Tomorrow morning the specials named below will
be placed on sale and you can well afford to try a
pair--the shoe styles are fixed for the next six
months and the very kind that fashion dictates
aits you.' 1 * # *f> .jg!
Baby Dolls in Patents, worth ?2.5o, on sale
Monday at. .$2.00
Two "KEWPIE PUMPS," worth ?3.50, new- ?j
est last and latest heel, medium short
vamp, on sale Monday morning for .. . .$3.99
Four styles from Utz & Dunn that came in
yesterday afternoon-the same grade sold
for $4 last year, Monday ... .. ?.$3.34
Silk Hose far Women >,
Heavy silk Hose1 for women, high spliced
heel,, seam up back, lisle top, extra wide,
Monday ..> ... ...... . .$t.00
? few dozen left of the Silk Hose for women
we are offering' for.
Oelsberg Bros, Shoe
VShoes That Satisfy"
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