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JANUARY CLEARAN CE
AND WHITE GOODS SALE IS IN FULL BLAST
Many have saved by buying at this sale. The more you buy the more you save, as all goods are very high and continuing to advance.
Our advice to you is to come at once while these prices are on. Some lines are being closed out daily and after that you will have to
pay the advance.::....
L a d i e s ' l~~ ~~~~~~~xtra hiea vy l ie d S p re a d s, w rt $ 1 5 .S l o f S l s? C 's 1 50Su sS k t s a
Ladies' Suits, Coats and Skirts at . ....... $1. $2.00 S of Silks iTen 's
Specal Sle PicesExtra ie Bed Spreads, worth 42,00, S ilkt fi' $1.5 us........$99
Special Sale Prices l x0) i~nsclily.. .,$,8 Uns$00
Ladies' Suits. worth $25.00, special sale pric.................. $1.59 00 Sati' e d il. . .$1.49
price .... .... .... .... ... $14.99 72 inch pure linen Table 1)1 ot $1,75 Georett..............$1.49 O
Ladies Suits, worth $15.00 to $18.00, 19.0 aepieyad.. ..e.9....... .. Men s $1ro.1
special price ..... .... ...... ... $9.99 $1.50 sal pales id $1. $1.73 Crete d .i...........$1.39 's $12.00
ladirs' ( oats, wort I $25.00, specialoods, special at..1 , 20c and 25c $1,.50 Creta..... ... ........ $1.29 's $10.00
..................$7.4 Spcli'(Il vatlues in Ladies' and 1i isset' $13,'~p e(' c........12
pri .... .... .... .... .... $17.49essalie ..... . .... Bo
l alies' ( ',ols, woruth $15.00I to 18. 00. 1 [andkcerehiefs, Giloves and Ihosiery. aft $1.2S5 ,r ~u~t........ .... ........990 BZoy s $11,50 and$.0 Mciast
spea' priv . . .... ......... .... $11.99 Woolen lress Goody of all kinds, under 36-inch Silk Poplin.......79c and 89c
ILilies' Coats, worthIt $12.50, special
i-ie . .......... ..$8.99 Domestics at a Big Saving Misses and Children's Shoes at Men's
Ladis' Skirts. worth, $G.50. special Special Sale Prices $7.50 Odd Pan
prig a.... .... .... ........ ..$4.99 ( l00(4 a. ya rd . . .l Bleoe e 21 t , $(.50 Odd 1 . . . .4
Imdlies' Wkirts, worth $.00, specialu',a
L dices' 0 o 2.0 ' wo r 12 1 ....... .... ..... ..... .... $1.49 $\\'hit Wdisnt,.worth. .1..5$to
.. . ..... . ............ . 2ard-wide 9.9(1c(1 a .. .3
l alis' \V lute 11tiss wot $1.25 toii.r 11 1", _(", at yard .... .... ...9c C hilrns l rcas Shoes. sires, 5 1.2t 8, 69 $t.so Odd Pans..........$28
l.;)i , to.e........................99.......$1.69 $l 1.O0 0(ltlw Pat 1''.1"2......."..0.Od$2[39
p ~1a.c~ Ch~e.........9 . ~r ~~~."~ i1 ildren 's shoes, sizes 8 1-2 to 12. $1.19 y's$.0etaiePns...$19
;poa i values in ILadies' Silk, Wool i.")r it yaral............ .... .l c to...$2,19 Boy's $2.00 ex
.ui4l ('rp d Thine )resses $4.49 2.,Jo vat .. I i hins worth 12 1 2e. ' ,
to... .... .... ......... .... $13.49 at yard......... ..............l c to .,/.si 12 1-. , $1.19 Boy's $1
iinh .\IAle-rized Table Ihunai;sk in 1., 100 ;c rls cua d e Percale, \\oii $oy's $1.50 ex
bau;tiful patterns, sale price. yd ..G4c 12 1-24- to 15e, at yard..........0c January Clearance Sale of Clothing
Gi-1-hl \ere rized Table 1)anusk. in 110 Sheets, 81-9U0, wor $1.00 to $1.10 Men's $25.00 Suits.. ... .. $19.99 $10.00 Raii ($
aI ;i-sarfliuu t of p teris, sale, ....ae 89c l n' $20.00 S it $15.99 $650 Rant ('o....4.$
ii Yard . . .. ........ ........44c 1(H) hes, 72.90, " tli $100 at 79l een's $1800 Suits $14.99 $...50 Sl..ke... . .8
ARE CASH LAURENS - - - S .AECS
72-i h p e l
I)ials, .an. I:. -.\ death that caused
much sadness throughout. this (om
nunity was that of Miss Irene Godfrey
which occurred in a hospital at llen
dersonville, N. C., to which place the
young girl had beetn rushed fromi her
home in 'T'uxedo, N. ('., for an opera
tion for appendicitis. ''he young girl
never recovered from the operation.
Wednesday the body, aCCOmpllanicd by
loved ones and friends from Tuxedo,
arrived on the noon train, the inter
ment taking place in the Dials ceme
tery surrounded by a concourse of sor
rowing friends. The services were
conducted by the Rev. G. 1. larley.
Miss Godfrey was the second daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. John Godfrey. She
was about seventeen years of age, a
girl of sweet Christian character, he
loved by all who knew her. Sie is
survived by her parents, two sisters,
several brothers and a wide family
connection. The sympathy of the en
tire connunity go out to the bereaved
.\r. (odfrey and faloily will relturs
to their old houie at Ibis place dur
ing the coming week, whete they will
reside, .\tr. (odfrey ha ing- given lp
his position in Ilxedco.
Miss Sue 'Thomiasoun visited rlatives
in 1Foutnlain Inn Utlasek
.lrs. W i. (Gras ,ft iray ('o t.l spent
Wednesday with i. r mothIr, .\l s. I.
Mr. .John It. M-lln o 1a l h r
was a iu:1inei s visitor in our midst
Mrs. I'esius ('mryl adi blle danah
ter, Mavis ('hare. hae# rettuned from
a visit with relativ e s in ltennettsville.
Mr. and .\lrse. Iluff of .\llgulsta (l'ross
Roads, were week-end vis itors It .\l t.
and .\Mrs. IJohn Owings.
'.lisses (le il Owing's and l ail en
Curry of Ilillside, and late ('ary (' of
]Fork Shoals, spent the wvik-En( with
li. and Mrs. Yates Cox, of uI rhII,
spent tinday night with Mr. Sam
Switzer and family.
Miss 10asterling, of ieinettsville, is
staying a while with her sister, .\lrs.
Mr.. C. F. Brooks of Laurens was
a visitor at the home of his mother
Miss Annie W'rigiht, accompanied by
her friend. .\Miss Walsh. spent the
week-end% with her parents at ''ylers
.r. Geo. Frady and fanily have
moved to Gray Court, Where they will
make their home.
The Rev. G. 11. Miarley illled hiis reg
ular appointment at this place Sunday
morning at 11 o'clock. The sermon
denoted much thought, and made a
pleasing impression on the large con
Mrs. .1. M. Holt of Greenville, was
the week-end guest of her daughter,
.\lrs. W. C. Brownlee.
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* HIl('NlhY TAVEIIN NE~WS. *
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liickory Tavern, .Jan. 15.-If the
had weather costinues we are going
to have more bad roads.
There is a great deal of sickness in
our connunity at this writing. .\Messrs
Wellie Abererombie and R. M. Bolt
both are in a serious condition but
we hope to sce them out among their
Mr. .\l. A. Sumerel, of Pea Ridge see
1ion, Spent Wednesday night with .\Mr.
.1. .l. Sumerel and family.
.r. W. N1. Ahercrombie Is putting
in a telephone line. lie has all the
hosts in and will put the wire on in
a few days.
\lrs, latlie )urant and children, of
Georgia, wee the week-end visitors of
her sister, .\rs. W. .i. A bercrombie.
Soulh (a lrolina 'omle -lo-Stindy-Scheilt
Munlay Schools of all denominations
in South Carolina are expectiing to
observe Suiday, Iibruar ly itll, as
".S-outh Carolina Coine-o-u nday
School Day". The ofllcials call for
this day was isuied by the South Caro
lina Sullnday School Association aend
endorsed by olllcials of the State and
by the leader, of the variouis denom
inations; and, in addition, the states
of * eorgia, Alabama, .\1ississippi, and
Arkansas will observe the same (lay.
The purpose of the day Is to get as
many people as possible to attend Sun
day School oil tils occasion, Interest
them in the Sunday School and Bible
siudiy, and give opportunity to all, who
will, to hecome regular members of
the Sunday School. "Everybody In
Sunday School on February 11th-If
you're not there, you'll be lonesome",
is the slogan.
.hen's 1ihle 111lass Iosts to People of
On Friday evening at 5 o'clocki the
Alen's Iihle Class of Owings gave an
oySter stpper and other refreshments
to the men and ladies of the commun
ity. This occasion proved a most en
joyable one to all present. The speak
ing was of a high order being very
much to the point as regards Sunday
School work. The first speaker of
the evening, after .\r. Wilson had
made some introductory remarks, was
,ir. P1. W. Moore. The next speaker
was N\lr. Jas. 11. Sullivan. Both of
these gentlemen gave some helpful
reasons for attending Sunday School
and some food effects of the adult
After the oysters were served the
following toasts were given: "Owings"
by I. T. Wilson; "Our Class" by P.
W. Moore; "The Alen in Sunday
School", by Rev. ir. Harley.
NEXT LYCEUM NUMB1ER.
W1i1liard Corton, Entertainer, W)il A p.
penr at Opera Housep Tlursday Night
William Gordon, entertaincr, will
be the next attraction of the local ly
ceum, aippearing here tomorrow night,
Jain. 18t1 in the Opera 11ouse. The
perforinun nce will coimence promptly
at 8:15 o'clock.
The name of this distinguished en
tertainer is familiar to Thousands of
patrons of tho lyceum in nearly every
state in the union where, for many
years, he has been apipearing before
representative audiences in an cnter
tainment so unique and original as to
Ilace it in a class by itself. 'resent
ing, as lie does, a progrlm of widely
different feattires, he is able to de
light alike people of all tastes and
stations in life, employing at the same
time material that is unmistably
wholesoime. Throughout his entire en
tertainment there is something to see
:as well as to hear.
The speelal features of this enter
tainment are: Clay Modeling, Fabric
Pictures, Crayon Sketches and Car
toons, Costumed ('haracterizations,
im) personalltions of Noted Men.
There will be a measuring party at
Oakville schoolhouso Friday night,
Feb. 9th. A delicious supper will be
served free to all who are measured.
The public is cordially invited.
Five Pounds of
F R EE
Every Friday Night
v' For Four Weeks
Beginning next Friday night, Jan. 19th, we will give
away each Friday night at 9 o'clock, for four weeks a
five-pound box of Nunnally's Candy.
HOW TO WIN THIS
With each cash purchase at this store of 25c, you will be
given a numbered ticket. The duplicate of all tickets given
out will be placed in a hat and promptly at 9 p. m. Friday
one will be drawn from the hat. The holder of the dupli.
cate will get the candy. The person winning must be in
the store, otherwise a new draw will be made.
Powe Drug Company