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CHARLES E. RUGHES
President-Elect Begins "Meeting of
Minds" in Confidence With Ex-Jus.
Lie. Colonel George Harvey Ap.
pears on the Scene.
Marlon, Ohio, Dec. 10.-In fulfill.
ment of his camipaign promises for a
"meeting of minds" to determine a
new American foreign policy, Presi
dent-elect Harding today began a
month of conferences here by seeking
the advice of Charles E. Hughes, Rle
publican nominee for the presidency
'What passed during their talk of
several hours was not revealed, for
25c Ginghams, good asso
out Sale ...........
35c Ginghams .........
40c Outing, assorted co
50e Outing, close out
All Ladies' and isses'
Big stodk all kinds, all
(lay and Sunday too,
20e Men's Sox ....
-25c Ladies' Hose...
20e Children's Ihose .
$1.50 Ladies' Silk Host
We carry the biggest
I $2.50 F.)
afterwards Mr. Harding maintained
silence and Mr. Hughbs would only
say' that international problems had
been considered in relation to con
stantly changing conditions and with
a view to a solution along the lines
laid down by the Priesident-elect dur
ing the campaign.
Neither would comment on twidely
circulated reports that the conference
had to do also with cabinet appoint
ments and other practical questions
of administration building. Mr.
Hughes -has been mentioned many
times as a possible secretary of state
and his arrival here at the heda of
the President-eleot's list of choseri
rtment of patterns, December closir
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ors, December Closing Out Sale
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Hats Closing Out December Sale
s Hat .Sale
colors, all shapes, all -sizes for eve
going in the December Close Out St
Sc to $4.95'
line of .hosiery in L~aurens.
h stores, $
No. 1 Store 2:
conferences served to enliven speculm
tion on is availability for the premier
vortfolio in the next cabinet.
While the two were closeted to
gether, Colonel George Harvey, the
New Yorc magazine editor, appeared
on -the scene for a vist which, it was
said, might last for several days. It
was the second time he had come here
at an hour when questions affecting
the country's international relations
were awai-ting solution. He spent 'bwo
weeks at Harding's headquarters just
prior to -Mr. Harding's address of Aug
ust 28, terming the Versailles League
a failure -and proposing formation of
an association of nations.
Ig 35c quality Druid LL
- 30c Heavy Sheeting-...
One Lot I
worth $10, D
- out sale
We have two big stocks---Si
ing in December Close Out St
Men's and Youn
- All going at a great Sacrifi
Out Sale. This lot of Suita a
tie Bo s ~
Come oni Boys and get your
-any siut from $8.00 up. Chri:
25c Can (1 1lb.) Talcum powd
8e Spool (6 cord) Thread .
SC We have thousands of smial
time nor space to mention.
10 WetLaurens Street
ElLLED BY AUTO
Anderson, Dec. 8.-A young boy,
Paul McNeece, was killed last night
about 7 o'clock by being hit by an au
tomobile. The boy was 'going home on
his bicycle dnd in some way got his
foot caught between the fork and
spokes of his wheel. He screamed
out, and Mr. and Mrs. C. 1L. Mitchell,
who were passing, went to his assist
'once. The foot was bent back, and
Mr. Mitchell had to cut the spokes of
the wheel to got it out. Mlrs. Mitchell
was stooping down and had the boy's
head on her lap. At 'this moment an
auto came suddenly around the cor
nor and was on them. Mr. Mitchell,
yard wide Sea Island
.0 . . $5.95
oes all styles and kinds, all go
g Men's Clothing
cc in the Big December Closing
re going to -be sold regardless of
Suit A WVA7'C!I FR EE WIT!!
stmas will soon be here.
1 articles in this sale we haven't
orth good i
ns, S. C.
No. 2 Store North Sie Sqn
seeing the lights grabbed Mrs. Mitch
ell and jumped, the car, however,
struck her on the h.10), knocking her
down, and struck the boy on the head
fracturing his skull. lie was taken
to a hospital where he dked later.
.It was raining quite hard and Mr,
Mitchell said that lie coul not see
the number nor the make of the car,
and the driver did not stop. Although
Mr. Mitchell said that he called o him
to stop and he knew he must have
heard him, and must have realized
that he -had hurt someone. Officers
are working on every clue possible to
get the driver of the car,
Little -Paul 'MeNcece was a son 01
Mrs. Emnia MeNcece Gordon, and a
$3.00 3Men's Heavy Blue Denim O
$6.50 Men's Ieavy Shoes, Decenil
$8.50 'len's I1and Sewed holid E
ber Sale ....................
$25.00 Coats going, December Clo
$15.00 Coats, Close Out Sale
40e Bleaching, Best~ qnality, Decc
315e Bleaching, (Close Out Sale..
'We have two big Stocks of She
this D)ecember Close Out Sale, reg
time to Shoe whole family.
2re 1n BInn Blok
grandson of Mrs. Raman Clark, with
whom he had lived for many years,.
Fle was one of the "newsies" of the
Daily Mail and had been out selling
its papers all afternoon, and as he
said that afternoon "making his Xmas
money." lie is named for an uncle,
Captain Paul Clark, U. S. N., paymas
ter department, and was a cheery lit
'tle chap who promised to be a great
help to his twice widowed mother.
The Quinine That Does Not Affect The
Because of its tonic and laxative effect,
LAXATINNl BROMO QUININE (Tab-.
lets) can be taken by anyone witlhout
causing nervousness or ringing in the
head. 1. W. GROVE'S signature on
veralls. December Closing
ier Close Out Sale
eather Best Grade, DecenT
ec Out Sale
mher Close (hut Satle 23C
Ies in Ladurens, all going in
1Idless of c'ost. Now is your
75 Bed Shem
Dse Out Sale