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The Greatest SILVERWARE Proposition Ever Offered in
Is the first step towards success. 1/ f i f '.'
Makes you independent. * / J? f
Gives vou standing in the community, f f
Is an ever present help in time of need. ; ? f
Start one with us at once. * f
Protects your family in emergencies, ii / ?
Interest paid on deposits. /
Spend your money at home. Buy South Car
olina cuatom hand made harness, bridles, etc, at
factory prices. A trial order will prove our as
sertion. We buy hides and tallow at highest
prices. Write us your wants and offerings.
Columbia, S. C.
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* Items of Interest end Persea
* Wireless on the S
Will Hold
Annual Picnic.
Anderson lodge of Elks are. plan
ning to hold their annual picnic
shortly, according to an announce
ment made yesterday by a represen
tative Elk.
Lowering Kains on
South McBttfue Street.
Tho Southern Public Utilities
company ls at present lowering the
water mains on South McDuflle street
in order that they will not be in the
way of tho grading which is being
done in connection witn tho street
paving. They have finished that work
on West Market street.
Want Vacant Lots
In City Cleaned.
At a meeting of the civic associa
tion on Thursday a committee was
appointed which will attempt to have
the vacant lots over the city cleaned
up and put in order. Some of these
are veritable eye-sores and seem to
bo tbe dumping ground for a lot of
worthless rubbish. It is hoped that
the ladles will succeed in their ef
forts and all the peoplo are request
ed to aasiBt them in doing this.
At Reduced Rates
Why not spend your week-ends at this popular Summer Resort? It
is very accessible, either by auto or trolley; and it is an ideal place to
recuperate at the end of a week's work in a hot store or office.
Chick Springs has thc finest water in the world. 1 An elegantly ap
pointed new hotel, with excellent cuisine, good wholesome food'prop
erly prepared ?perfect service in every way; every room an outside
room, affording cool, restful sleep.
Week End Rates From all Points on P. & N.
Tickets on sale Saturday, good for returning the following Monday.
Children between 12 and 6 half price.
Round trip
Greenwood to Chick Springs.$2.00
Hodges to Chick Spring........... 1.75
Donalds to Chick Springs. 1.5a
Honea Patti to Chick Springs. 1.30
Belton to Cnick Springs. 1.10
Anderson to Chick Springs. 1.40
Williamston to Chick Springs ;..85
Pelzer to Chick Springs. .....-. .80
Piedmont to Chick Springs ....... .65
,We have a special hotel rate for
week-end parties. Forget your
troubles. Come to Chicks.
First class orchestra. Noted.
Soloist and Dancing every Sat
urday evening.
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al Mention Caught Over HM *
treats of Anderson 9
I Pi A N. Excursions
Begin In Earnest.
On June 30, thu Piedmont and
I Northern wjll ruu an excursion over
the Carolina. Cllncbfleld & Ohio to
Al t apas and .Sprue,. Pine, N. C. Thc
train will leave Anderson at ?:00 a.
in. and will arrive at Altapass at 12
o'clock and Spruce Pine at 12:10.
I Returning the train will leave Spruce
] Pino at 5 p. m. The fare froni An
derson ls 12.50 and many peoplG are
expected to take advantage of these
rato3 and enjoy a day's outing.
Nr. B. F. Wilsen
Is 111 at nome.
Magistrate B. P. "Wilson has been
to his bod for thc past few days and
yesterday afternoon it was reported
that he was no better. Mr. Wilson
has been magistrate in Anderson for
tho past Boveral years and is well
known all over thc county. His many
friends hope that he will soon re
drain Is Being Be
cleaned In Anderson.
About 400 hiiahels of grain were re
ceived at tho plant of the Carolina
Grain and Elevator company in tills
?city yesterday. A goodly portion ot
the shipment was trans-shipped to
Anderson to be reclean -d, firaded and
sacked. Mtv Richards stated that
grain was now coming in fast and
t'nat all of his machinery was in op
eration. He stated also, that he had
3ent samples of Anderson county
raised grain to various brokers in
tho Carolinas, Georgia and Florida
and expected soon to b0 making
straight car load shipments.
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M. Mortimer Sloan -
Sell.: Irish Potatoes.
Tiierc appeared on the streets of
Anderson yesterday a solid wagon load
of homo raised Irish potatoes, which
were sold in bulk to several mer
chants. They were grown on the
farm of Mr. 'Mortimer Sloan, of this
city and were of a splendid variety
and sold for $1.00 per bushel, which
is the same price that Michigan po
tatoess aro now selling for on tho
Anderson market- 'Mr. Sloan esti
mates that there ls about five times as
much money in raising potatoes as
there is in raising cotton.
Starr, June 2!>.-Thc Juno meeting
of tho Stephen D. Lee chapter, U. 1>.
C., was a most enjoyable one, Mrs.
J. L.'Singleton and Miss Alleen Her
ron wore the hostesses on this very
pleasant occasion.
After a few Items of business a
very entertaining program, consisting
of papers, by Mrs. Alma Dean, and
Miss Alleon Herron, a recitation by
I Miss Lelia Singleton was enjoyed.
Mrs. C. D. Watson gave an in
teresting description of the Arlington
monument, as it had im pressed ber, on
a recent vflslt to it, and alBO gave to
each member a picture of tho monu
ment. This carno in a very opportune
time, ai tho chapter has Just been
asked to make n contribution to holp
lift l'un indebtedness on it. Mrs.
Singleton and MISB Her? on seven! '
I during the social hour,' delicious
I cream and cake, to their guests...
Mrs. A. G. Thompson and Mrs. Joe
[Jones will entertain thc chapter in
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Jones will
gut home today, after making a
j week's visit to Old Point Comfort,
|V>,., and Washington. D. C.
Mr. Grady Clinkscales of the Med
ical school of Vanderbilt University,
is {-.pending the vacation with his pa
rents. Mr. and Mrs. L, S, Clink
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University of South Carolina
Entrance Examinations.
Entrance examinations to thc Uni
versity of South Carolina will be held
by Ute County Bunperintendent of Ed
ucation at tho County Court House
Friday,, July the 9th, 1915.
Tho University offers varied coorees
of study In BClence, literature, hw.tory,
law and business. The expenses are
moderate and many opportunities .for
?df-seppert sre afforded. A large
number of echloarsbips aro available, j
Graduate* of colleges in this State rn-j
cerro free tuition in all courses except .
tu the School of Law. For full par-j
? irCu<c*Tty "Wa" i-O TV "
ClrivH-Sm 0? SOOTH CkWL
We have put the knife deep into every line in this great stock of de
pendable merchandise.
Read every item. Compare prices. Then ACT!
For Saturday and Monday
50 dozen beautiful Huck Towels,
45 In. long, 22 lu. wide, worth
25c, sale price ..'.0c
1,000 gross Pearl Buttons, worth
5c dozen, sale price...2c los
50 dozen .Men nen H Powder, worth
25c, this salo.lue box
25 dozen ladles Drawnrs and
Corset Covers, special for this
salo .19c
Ladies' Muslin GoWns, well made
and full cut, worth 50c, this
1,000 Children's Dresses, worth
$1.00, thin salo..30c
New linc of MJBses and Junior
Dresses, now style",, worth $3%
this sale".87c*
50 dozen Men's Bleached Bal
briggan Shirts, worth GOc this
sale .10c
1 case Louise 4-4 Bleaching,
worth 10c, ibis sale....... ,6c
. 400 yards Colored Stripe Madras,
worth 25c, this salo.16c
1,000 yard's Shettee Apron Ging
ham, value 8c, this sale, per
500 yards beautiful colored Cur
tain Swiss, worth 10c, thia
1,000 yards beautiful quality
White Voile, worth 35c. Bale
price.ly..12 l-2c
1,000 yards beautiful quality
LM>P Cloth, worth 10 y*rds for
y..ifO. salo price 10 yards
for . .70c
1,000 dozens Ladies' Under vest H.
taped arm and neck, worth
10c, this sale.Se
Remember wc arq agepts for
Warner's Bust Prodf Corsets
from. .$1.00 to $&00
500 ynrds ult Unen Table Dam
ask, worth 50c, sale price. .21c
150 beautiful Lad lea', White Ra
tluc .Skirts, worth. $2.00, sale
Ladies' all Silk Pongee Waists,
tailor made, worth $1.50, salo
prlco. ....d9e
500 yards Linen Suitings, col
ored stripes, worth 20?, ralo
prlco .:<..8c
Lilies' short Muslin KimonaB,
worth 50c, sale price.10c
Ladies' long Crepe .Kinionnsi
worth $1.50, Balfe price....S9c
Ladles' Linon Automobile Coats,
newest style,- worth $2.50, salo
Ladles' Linen Automobile Coals,
nowest stylo, worth $3.00, salo
price .$l/?0
Ladies' White Voile Dresses,
laco trimmed and latest styles,
worth $3.00, sale price.. .$l.r>0
Lndios' Sample Voile Dresirs,
lace trimmed, salo prlco
..?2.9S, ?&S0 and 81.98
20 dozen Men's Elastic Seam
Drawers, worth H0c, sale
prlco .25e
15 dosen Men's fine Sunday
Shirt:, regular value 50c, sale
prlco ....._.. 39G
118 pair Men'* all Vorsted Pants,
rogular value $3.00, salo
10 dozou Men's Palm Beach Hats,
regular price 60c, aale
40 dozen all Silk Hose, other
stores get 25c, this sale 2 pair
40 dozen Men's Hose in black,
tan and white, worth 10c, sale
prlco .,8c
1 lot Mon's genuino Palm Beach
Punts, worth $3.00, sale
prlco . -.tL?$
2 dozen Men's genuine Palm
Beach Pants, worth $2.50, sale
price . .$1.4.8
5 dozen Mon's nil Linen Pants,
worth $2.00, sale prlco...$L89
10 dozen Men's. Palm Beach
Pants, worth $1.50, salo
15 dozen Men's Khaki Pants,
other stores ash $1.50, salo,
15 Men's genuino Palm Beach
Suits, others ask $7.50, this
salo .$188
10 Mon's Panama Suits, worth
$6.50, salo prlco .$448
G9 Men's Sample Suits, wtrth
$12.50. this salo...$64T$
40 Men's Blue Serge, regular val
ue $12.50 to $18, sale price $0.98
Ono lot of Boys' Palm Beach
Suits, worth $4.00, aale
price ..$?88
10 dozen Men's Sport Shirts,
regular price 75c, salo price 48c
G dozen Boys' Palm Beach Pants,
others oak 75c salo price..4.8c
Be On Hand Promptly at 9 O'clock
June 26th
Agents for Carte's Overalls, ioho B. Stetson Hats, Weber Bros. Shoes
Free Premiums to AU
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