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All our entire stocky of
store fixtures for sale. Na
tional Cash Register,
Show Cases, Safe, Elec
tric Coffee Mill, Wales
Adding Machine, Com
puting Scales, etc, etc.
One lot solid colored lawns ?n
12 different shades, perfectly
sheer and tine, regular 10c
value now .. .. .. ..
The famous "Kaynee" Blouse
for boys, with that faultless draw
string, solid colors and stripes,
assorted, regular 50c on
Men's pink and blue striped
light weight Outing Night Robes,
regular 50c value,
Ladies' bleached and unbleach
ed light weight ribbed Drawers
and Union Suits, regu
lar 5oc value now . .
Fine Swiss and Cambric Edging
and Insertion on thc "Hurry Up"
counter, the price begins *|
at, yard. * C
We are clearing out the re
mainder of this stock.
A New Record In Selling The First 9 Days of
That car of Sugar is
nearly gone, but as long
as it lasts we make it
possible for you to buy it
If you haven't gotten
yours yet come in before
it's too late.
GREAT QUIT SALE
was such a phenomin?l success it has boosted our enthusiasm to the highest pitch. We have not sold entirely out but we are certainly making great strides in that direc
tion. We are going to push every department this coming week to the limit. We are going out of business and YOU are going to help us out. Let no woman in Ander
son fail to take advantage of this out-of-the-ordinary opportunity to SAVE! SAVE! SAVE! Big values that will make economical buyers hurry to this store. Each day
next week will be a red letter shopping day at this store. Bargains, genuine bargains, big ones, will mark our daily offerings next week.
One lot best made, four string Brooms.
These Brooms were manufactured to re
tail for 40c each. We will place them
on sale Monday, 9 a. m. for, each . . .25c
Bargains that will make dollars do double duty and dimes buy two
to three times as much as usual.
Tremendous Business Is Coming Our Way, and No Wonder-Look At These Prices
AU Odds and Ends in Silk and Satin
Ribbons have been dumped on the "Hur
ry Up" Counter for quick clearance, the
price begins at.lc yard
You will never buy Ribbons ai these
Yard, wide Bleached Domestic, Boft finish, regular 10c
value, now.. 7c
(Limit 10 yards.)
Best grade 8c Apron Ginghams, assorted colors, extra
good value, now. 5c
(Limit 10 yards.)
Yard wide Pajama Cloth regular 10c value, now ..... ,c
rLimlt 10 yards.)
Full size Marseiiles Pattern Bed Spreads, regular $1.25
value, now. H?V
Beatiful quality Ilookfold Dimity, regular 20c value
10c and 12 l-2c grade Dimity Nainsook and Lawns, white .
only, now. . Tc
Men's $5.00 Thomson Uros. Shoes und Oxfords now_>j2.?K
Men's ?4.00 Thomson Bron. Shoes and Oxfords now-$2.7."?
Men's $3.60 Thomson Ilroa. S' ?-*?? and Ox Tords now-$2.19
Men's $:1.00 Slices and Oxfords. .$UW
All tho above come in patent leather, gun metal, black and
Trunks! Trunks! Trunks!
All iliose goods were made by H. W. Houndtrco &. Uro., Richmond Vu.
. 4.50 Trunks
8.00 Trunks. 6J>8
S.50 Trunks ... .., ... ft?5
10.00 Trunks. HM*
11.50 Trunks. B&?
12.50 Trunks. H.7.?
15.00 Trunks ... ... . ?~ UH*??
The only money made
In this sale is pocketed by
the wise buyers who come
daily and snap up the
OSBORNE & PEARSON
Irestistable Prices. Sweeping Reductions.
Now is the time when
the thrifty woman can
add a snug sum to her
Economy without sac
rifice of quality.
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MR. S. D. GORDON OF NEW
YORK BEGINS SERIES
ST. JOHN'S CHURCH
Meet* With Baraca Class First
at St John's 11:30
Mr. 8. D. Gordon, of New York, who
arrived in the city yesterday for a
stay here of several days, during
which time he will deliver a number
of lectures at various places, will
make a talk to the Baracca class of
th? First Baptist church this morn
ing at 10 o'clock.
At 11:80 o'clock Mr. Gordon will
preach at St. John's Methodist choreta.
That Mr. Gordon would appear before
the Baracca Claas of the First Bap
tist church and' at St. John's Meth
odist church this morning did not be
come known until yesterday, hence
the fact was not mentioned in other
accounts of the program for the lec
President E. M. Fotest of Forman
University, who spoke here yesterday
to the teachers of the county, knows
a great deal about Mr. Gordon, and
spoke most flatteringly of his ability
and the great good that he io accom
At the courthouse at 3:30 o'clock
this afternoon Mr. Gordon will speak
to the men ot Anderson, which sub
ject being* "How and Old Town Was
Quietly but Radically Shaken Up and
Then Shaped Up Anew." " At the
First Baptist church thia evening Mr.
Gordon will preach to all the congre
gations of the city, bis subject being
"God on a Wooing Errand."
Mr. Gordon wit! bo In Anderson for
three days after today, and will speak
twico dally, In the afternoons at the
Flret Presbyterian church and at
night lu tbs First Baptist church. The
program for the afternoon meetings,
which will be held at 3:80" o'clock,
is as tollu*.?:
Monday-"How to Assure Answers
to Prayer: Tho,Great Simple Condi
Tuesday-"How to Assure Answers
to prayer: The 8chool of Prayer."
Wedneeday-"The Significance ot
The World: War to the Thoughtful
The subjects fer the night meetings,
which will be held at S o'clock, are:
Monday-"Biography pf a Man Who
Took a Long Wain With God and
Never Came Back."
, Tuesday-"The Masters Rule ol
Exchange and Brokerage."
Wednesday-' The mastering Pas.
Miss Rosella Wilson of the Cray?
ton vi ile acct lon la visiting Mrs. R
H. Wilson and the Misses Geera on
East Whllner street.
U. C. T'S"
Annual Meeting and Election of
Anderson Council Last
The annual meeting last night of j
Anderson Council No, 423, United j
Commercial Travellers which was
held in the Knights of Pythias hall,
resulted in tho election of officers as
follows : I
J. B. Shanklin, past counselor.
C. B. Allen, senior Counselor.
H. B. Simpson, Junior counselor.
C. C. Gribble, secretary-treasurer.
J. L. Rf Rast, condustor.
B. A. Cromer, page
F. K. Thompson, sentinel.
Executive -. committee, Raymond
Beatty and J. M. Giles, for one year;.
?. S. Sullivan and P. D. Skelton, for
J. B. Shanklin was elected to repre
sent the Anderson council at the an
nual convention of the council of the
Carolinas, which will be held at Dur
ham, N C., June 5-C. ,
Emperor Gees to Front.
LONDON, Mar?h 13.-The emper
or of Russia'left the imperial resi
dence at Tsarskoye Selo (his morning
foT the battle front, according to a
Rentor dispatch from Petrograd.
RID STOMACH OF
"Pape.'* Dia.nepsin" end? all atom
?> adi distress un five
You don't want a slow remedy when
your stomach la had-or au uncertain
one-or a harmful one-your stomach,
lg too valuable; you mustn't injure lt
with drastic drugs.
Pepe's LHapepsin ls noted for ita
speed in giving relief; Its harmless
ness; Its certaln^unfailing action In
regulating sick, sour, gassy stomachs..
Its millions of cures In Indigestion,
dyepepala, gastritis and other stomach
trouble has made lt famous the world
Keep, this perfect stomach doctor In
your home-keep lt handy-get a
-large fifty-cent caso from any drug
store and then If anyone should eat
; something which doesn't agree with
them; lt what they eat laya like lead,
ferments ?and sours and forms gas;
, causes headache, dizziness and nau
sea; eructations of acid and undigest
ed food-remember as soon as Pape's
Diapepsin cornea In contact with the
stomach all auch distress- vanishes.
. Its promptness, certainty and ease In
overcoming the worst stomach disor
! dora la a revelation to those who try
? ELECTRIC err
? Items of L forest and Persone
? Wireless on tho St
<t my ? 4L? ?4
Fire Department ..A
?'as Called Ont
The automobile Are truck was call
ed ,,to Franklin street west, yesterday I
shortly after 12 o'clock to extinguish
some burning grass near the resi
dence "ot Mr Levi N. Geer. No damage
was caused by the^flre.
Ught Docket Ia
The Police Court.
It was a light docket which de
manded the attention of Recorder1
Russell yesterday at noon ia the
police court ' Heh Drake and Lennie
Trlbl'* were tried on charges of fight
ing and disorderly conduct, and the
former fined $10 while the charges
against the latter were dismissed. The
only other case on the docket was
that of. Mr. Sam Trowbridge, who
was fined $5 for drunkenness.
Visiting in City.
Capt. P. A. McDSTida, distinguished I
Confederate veteran, of Greenville, is 1
visiting relatives in the city. Capt. Me- j
David was sa interesting and con
spicuous visitor in Anderson during
the reunion here Jest spring ot the
Confederate veterans of the State,
i This is his first -trip to the city since
I that- time, aud he says that ho is
happy to be here again.
Mr. Pear SUB Hes
Bees Opersted OB.
A telegram received la Anderson1
yesterday contained the good news
that Clerk of Court James N. Pear
man had undergone successfully an
opetaiiun for appendicitis in the hos
pital st Rochester, Minn., where he
Trent for treatment. The telegram;
which twas sent by "Sheriff Ashley,
stated that Mr. Pearman had been
suffering with a BSd appendix and
nothing else. It ls expected that Mr.
Pearman will recover shortly.
Meat Market "
Has Been Said.
Announcement has been made of
the sale of the meat market of Mr.
J. G. Lindsay. , on South Main street,
to the "Jim Cash Cooperative Meat
Company," which is. a local organisa
tion. The new company will handle
country raised meats, lt is understood,
and Mr. Lindsay will continue to be
identified with the business. The buy
ing for the market will be ?one by
Mr. R. D. Henderson, proprietor of
the abattoir. The new company trill
move the business from Ita present
location to the store of Mr. 8. D. WU
Soathern to Lay
Off Twa More Tra?as.
Tba Southern Railway company has
boen sr? o ted the necessary permis
sion to discontinuo tra?as Nos. 43 and
44, operating between Atlanta sad
Washington, according to information
received In tbs city. It is understood
that the Southern desires to discon
tinue these trains ia order to cut
dow*, operating expenses.
& 9fr 9fr 9fr ?Y? Jfr 9fr 3fr 3fr *y 9fr $fr 3fr jfr
? SPARKLETS .
1 Mention Caught Ovar the *
reeta of Anderson *
Greet Im pro renient io
Lily White Market.
Under the painter's brush, the Lily
White Market, on Wast Market street,
bas been transi?* ned into one of the
neatest placea ot the kind in this sec
tion of the country'. Mr. J. N. Lind
say, proprietor and manager of the
market, ls being congratulated,on the
great improvement which bas been
made In the appearance of his place,
which has always ranked aa one of
the best to be found in these parts.
The building has been treated to
fresh coats of white paint both Inside
Interest In Meeting
Woodmen of the World.
There is considerable interest local
ly, and especially In Woodmen of the !
World circles, in the biennial State j
convention of the order, which la to
be convened in Charleston next Tues
day. It ia understood that delegates j
from Anderson will extend an invita
tion to the convention to meet In this
city in 1917.
At the request of the transporta-1
tion committee of tba cha.icbor of
commerce the Blue Ridge railroad
company has agreed to pot on special
low rates on account of the encamp
ment of tho Clemson College cadet
corps here next week. A rite of four
cents per mlle, with a minimum fare
of 40 cents, has been ordered. Tickets
will on sale March 24, 25 and 26.
with final limit to reach original
starting point at midnight of March |
26. - ^
, Col. E. H. AaU a
? latter la City.
Col. E. H. Aull, editor c?l pub-1
Usher of the Newberry Herald and 1
News, one of the best semi-weekly j
newspapers in the State, ls a visitor]
in Anderson, the guest of his. two ?
sons, who are among the makers of
The Intelligencer. Col. Anil ls one
of tbe most conspicuous . figures in
South Carolina newspaperdom, and la
an able arid forceful wedder of the
editorial stylus. He has many friends
, in Anderson who are always del ignt
' cd to welcome yim to the city.
I : -.
For Clemson Cadets.
It has been suggested that lt would
be only proper for a reception of
some nature to be extended tbe cadets
, of Clemson College during their en
campment In Anderson nett week. A
prominent lady of the city In. ?peak
ing of this matter/ recalled that when
the Citadel cadets encamped here a
reception was tendered them, 'and
suggested that the same ought to be
don. for the Clemson boys while they
are in the city.
Of Cale*? College,
' Dr: 8. C. Byrd, president of Chico ra
College, ol Greenville, 8. C., Waa a
visitor in the city yesterday. AB gen
ORR MILLS BAND IS
TO BE MUSTERED OUT
ASIf TO BE RELIEVED OF AN
EXAMINATION AND TO
Palmetto Rifles Underwent In
spection Friday Night by U.
S. Army Officer
The Orr Mills band, which tor the J
past four years had been the regimen
tal band of the 1st South karolina In
fantry, National Guard of . )uth Caro
lina, will be mustered wut.
The band has expressed- a desire
not to stand an examination, and has
requested that it be mustered out of
service. Thia request was made up
on the arrival here Friday of Lieut.
Hunt, 40th Infantry. U. B. A.. who
came to inspect the local company of
the National Guard and the regimen
The Orr Mills band was 10 years
old. and after it had attained its
sixth year became regimental baud of
the 1st Infantary. N. G. S. C
The request for the mustering out
of the band was brought about by. the
-enignation of the head musician, R.
W. Hembree, and tho retirement of
other members from thc organization.
Last Thursday afternoon an inspec
tion of the Palmetto Rifles, the local
company of the National Guard of the
State, was Inspected by Ad], Gen.
W. W. Moore. Th? inspection was
conducted by Gen. Moore alone, ns
the united States army officer, who
was detailed to assist In thc inspec
tion, did not roach here in time.
Lieut. Hunt, who was to assist in
the inspection, arrived in Anderson.
Friday morning. That night some 25
members of the company were called
together for inspection Ly the army
crally. known. Ch leo ra College is the
Presbyterian college for women in
this State, and 's a splendid institu
Don't sager! Get a dime pack
age of Dr. James* Headache
You.can clear your bead and relieve
a dull, splitting or violent throbbing
headache la a moment with a Dr.
James' Headacho Powder. This old-'
time headache roller sets almost magi
cally, end some one to the drug store
now for a dime.package and a few mo
ments after you take ri powder you
will wonder what became of the head
ache, neuralgin and pain. Stop sot
ferlng-lt's needless. Be sure you got
what you ask for.
Saturday morning we will have a CAR of
YOUNG MULES, suitable for every farm pur
pose, in our sales stable, and if you are in the mar
ket for some real good Tennessee mules, come
here Saturday SURE!
/-pg" RIDER A6ENTS WANTED
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\ tt?LMMm-\Wr*<> f!11*' TH?fc?i>o?lbl.> to make ??ton? binni* patatera
\ lllHSWM^K?*eto,,?, ****** coot. You wive SlOtotf?mlddleuH-ii'aDrofltab-Tb?^
J??lMLj?rTilbicicl,> 00 WOT BUY a bicycle op noah? of Urea frottcwHwneat
?^yfiMXjU?mNVManv Vice until you receive our catalogue* und lean? ouruSeartOf
?\Oi\wStWtMym,act'''"J Prieta A nd rcmcrnaliU special offert. "
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\\? j Kif lut cratelr taara .muntere? band taken In trad, by ow OtSS^S^KSS^tS^V^S!^
* i ?&M Hedgethom Panctare-Prod Sito
I if Self-hea??og Tires A ?AZ,T??'?r ?L
IB ^?kW T*" rtmlar rr tatt prim of the?? ni wi-TT in?, i 29
TMtoor Olau wilt not let Uta ?lr Mt.
A hundred thousand palra sold last mr. OBHEBB
n-Jln?. very durable and lined inside with ^m^B?B?Kkw?B??^k^k^k^k^k^k^k^?a^M
ft apeoUl Quality dfrubtx-r. uhlcu never be- ^OM?mmB?L^?^mkW??kw^K?M H /
como? porous and which closes up ?mail ^^^^T?lT^^^T"T^ ^^^mmWB?
puncture? without allowing nir to encapo. They wrurhIH n?.*i?M*?^?ut^-~?.?^_
no mora than an ordinary Ure, the puncture resbtln? Kffl "A*????I^!!???!3^
?uUtttesbohurtrtvoii by so ve ral Uyeraof AJn.t?ecW5? W mfU *SUl?S2?^^to..S?,
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