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Annual Clearance Sale is Now
Extra Specials for Saturday and Monday
We will sell Good Quality Yard
IO yards to a customer
Ou<- lot of Ladles' Shirt Waists,
worth up to $1,500. Clearance
40-inch Embroidery Flouncing,
neat patterns, worth up to $1.00
a yard. Clerance Ssle price
One lot Men's Straw Hats, worth
up to $1.50. Clearance Sale price
One lot of Men's Slippers in
black and tan, lace or button,
worth up to $3.50. Clearance
One lot of Ladles' and Misses'
Dresses, worth up to $1.50.
Clearance Sale price
. 69 cents
Good Quality Percale, fast colors
For Suturday and Monday
10 yards to customer
One lot of Iridien' Slippers,
worth up to $2.00, in black and
Tan, broken BIZCB. Clearance
$3.50 Men's ,Sultu in all shades
and sizes. Clearance Sale price
25c Ratine and Crepes, solid col
ors and figured. Clearance Sale
Men's Work and Dress Pants,
worth up to $2.50. Clearance
One lot 15c Waist and Dress
Coode. Clearance finio price
That Leads Them Alf 7
FOLEY KIDNEY PllX'i FOLEY KIDNEY ALLS
Tog BACKACHE KIONtYS ANO BlAUO? >' SOO BACKACHE KIDfTVR S.N.* -'LAJOfci
Mrs. narin* Huright.
Mrs. ('burles Margoh's-Harlghf. i*
?ractisiug lawyer o? New York (.'ity,
ias made, formal application to Mayor
ifltchel to be appointed judge of the
ourt of special sessions in that city.
Vndwering the question why ti'.ie
canted to be a Judge, she wrote the
ol lowing :
Above all else because ? am a
vornan, with all of a woman's close
is-delation and sympathy with chil
Ircn and her greater knowledge of
the workings of the youthful mind,
laving myself brought up two chll
Iren to splendid successful girlhood.
! huv,. ail tho advantage whicli such '
in Hccomplishment bring to u woman
n the intimate association with the
.hlld nature which lt glees.
Further than this, because I have
"or the past twelve years been de
rating myself to the close and inti
nate study of the conditions whld'.i
uake up the lives of the boys and
;lrls of this city who became the
lelinquents that appear before our
Iuvenile court. In carrying on this
.vori i hav)Q lived among these people,
i have been their confidant and ad
viser In times ot trouble. I have
broken bread willi t'.ieni, I know their
weaknesses, their short comings, and
the handicaps that surround their
lives, and .they know mo.
G. N. G. BOUHAN S
WAS CHECKED IN YESTER
DAY MORNING BY AUD
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Takes Place of Dr. W. A. Tripp,
Who Was Appointed By
Gov. Blease Last Year.
Mr. O. N. C. Holrman was yester
day checked ia SH treasurer of An
derson county, by Auditor Winston
Smith, ho having been elected to this
Office in thc election last year.
Dr. W. A. Tripit o? Wasley ha? been
treasurer for thc past year, he hav
ing been appointed by ex-Governor,
Blease to fill tho unexpired term of
Mr. C. W. McGee, who resigned to
accept position es cashier of the Far
mers and Merchants bank.
I'nder e. law passed a few yearu
ago the treasurers K<- into otllce on
the first of July. This is much bet
ter'than the old way since it allow?
thc former treasurer to sign up all
tile old vouchers and lix up bis book:;
and when thc new treasurer goes
Into otllce he can start a new set of
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? YESTERDAY'S RESULTS. ?
At Detroit :t; Chicago ?.
At New York 3; Washington 5.
At St. Louis 1; Cleveland 5.
At Boston-Philadelphia, rain.
At Brooklyn 9; .New York 2.
At Philadelphia 2; Boston 1.
At Cincinnati 5; St. Louis 4.
At Chicago 0; Pittsburgh 4.
At Birmingham 5; Atlanta 2.
, At Mobile 2; New Orleans 5.
At Chattanooga-Memphis, rain.
, At Little Rock 3; Nashville 2; eight
inning? to allow .Nashville to catch
South Atlantic League
At Augusta 3; Jacksonville 4; four
At Savannah 4? Macon 3. I
At Charleston 6; Columbus 4. '
At Columbia 2; Albany; ten In
[? ii *
* STANDING^ OF THE CLUBS. ?
('liarle: ton ... 9
J Macon. 9
I Albany. 8
Savannah . 8
! Augusta _.12
!,Jacksonville . 5
Won. Lost P. C.
Wen. Lost, P.C.
Memphis . 42 29 692
\New Orleans. 43 3 0 589
/Birmingham. 39 32 549
Nashville ..._ 40 34 541
Chattanooga ..' 34 38 472
Atlanta. 33 39 458
Mobile . 31 42 425
Little Rock. 27 44 380
Won. Lost. P. C.
Chicago. 46 21 687
Boston ..30 23 610
Detroit . 39 27 691
Washington . ?7 28 525
New York .33 31 616
Cleveland . 23 39 971
St. Loius . 22 41 849.
.Philadelphia . 22 42 344
Phlladlcphia.* 33" 27"""
Pittsburg.i 32 28
St Louis .. 35 32
Boston . 29 34
New York. 2? 31
Chicago .26 31
Brooklyn . 28 ' 34
Cincinnati . 26 32
Kansas City.<. 41 27
St Louis . 38 26
Chicago. 38 . 30
Pittsburg .. 36 29
Kew ark . 34 33
Brooklyn .. 30 38
Baltimore.? 26- 40 -
Buffalo .X 26 44
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HEAD STUFFED FKUM
CATARRH A COLD |
? Say? Cream Applied in Nostrils 9
Opes? Air Passages Right Vp. X
Instant relief-no waiting. Your
slogged nostrils open right up; tbs air
aaasages of your head clear and you
mn breathe freely. No moro hawking?
snufO.g, blowing, headache, dryness.
No struggling for breath at night;
roar cold or catarrh disappears.
.Get a small bottle ot Ely's Cream
Balm from your druggist now. Apply
i little of thia fragrant antiseptic.
Healing cream In your noatrikx It pen
etrates through every air passage of
j?e head, soothes the inflamed or
swollen'mneoaa membrane and relief
It's just fine. Don't stay staffed
ip with a cold or nasty catarrh
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Dr. D. S. Knox and MoH.sri
lt. McCnrter and il. B. How
Antrevillc. wert; visitors in tie
Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Barite:
family of Lowndcsville weroj vi
in the city yesterday morning.
Mr. B. G. Jlrown of Iva waa ?
city yesterday and last night vi
Mr. W. K. Hudgens of Pen?
was a business visitor in And
Mr. Clyde Hail of Iva was a
tile business visitors in the ci'
Messrs. J. D. Hilton. W. D. litton
and Dr. W. A. Tripp o? Easley
in Anderson yesterday.
Mrs. W. H. Pulman of li on ea
spent a few hours in Anderson
Mrs. Mary Clark of Belton j
among the visitors in thc city J
Mr. Itcuben Hoggs of Cathou
in Anderson yesterday.
Mrs. A. Clement of Helton v\\ itt
the city shopping yesterday?;
k?u?g lA?y will certainly
[pair of Outing Shoes this
Shoes for Tennis. Golf.
Halting, and Outings or All Sorts.
Oxford- or Pumps. Rubber Solea
andheels-er heelless Tennis Shoes
50c to $1.50
Vhlte t awras Pumps and Oxfords
at ' . .,;. ' ' _ ; t \H] .""' '
The One Price Shoe Stol e
We SeH For Cash Only.
Misses Kittie Morrow, Maud Baker
?nd Miss Hester of Mt. Carmel wero
u:. the city for a few hours yester
Mr. J. Henry Thornton of Elberton,
Qa., ls visiting his son, ?ir. H. D.
Thoroton on Mc Du filo street;. Mr.
Thornton is an extensive -farm ar.
Mr. j. w, Rclti.has,gone toKnor
ville, Tenn., on a business trip.
Cash Raising Sale
We need the money, and are willing to sacrifice prices in order to
rjaise it. We carry wearing apparel for every member of the family,
so you can buy your whole bill here at GREATLY REDUCED
PRICES. Sale begins this (Friday) morninf promptly at 9 o'clock.
Don't minn this opportunity of boyla?; whit? goods
absolutely below cost? The goods are just re*
celredV-no soiled edges*
40 Inch White Voile, excellent quality. 25c regular
price, our price, per yd....12 l?2c
40 inch White Organdies, In the lot there are some
' pieces that are worth 35c yd. Bale price per
40 inch Nainsook, soft and sheer, excellent quality.
regular price 25c yd, our price per yd.... 12 l*2e
Colored Stripe ' Ottoman. Cords for Skirts, regular
price 25c per yd, our price por yd.12 l*2e
An assortment ot P. K. in wide and narrow stripes.
i worth 26c yd, our price r r yd....12 1?&
Dotted and Embroidered Swiss, 25c values, our
price per yd....12 l*2e
40 Inch White Lwn, 10c value, our price per yd, 6c
40 Inch White Lawn, 10c value,our price per yd, 6c
per yd .-.Wc
36 Inch Polka Dot Pongee, 35c value, our price
tl Inch Crepe de Chine, in blue, white, lavender
and pink, regular brice Sta yd, our price
per yd .24e
86 Inch Silk Organdie, with floral d?signa, 50c
?niue, our price for 10 days only, per yd.Ste
Floral Crepes, ta dainty patterns) regular 10c
values, our price per yd.7 l*2e
Shirt Waist* Shirt Waists
SPECIALS FOB $1.00
ta all material*-Organdies, Baad Palate? Chiffon,
Yotlesjap Sllkfl.plaln and with aw? ?Quaker Collar
.Doe lot Ladles' House Dresses, small.sises, made
of fair quality Percal, ?8 long aa they last..ito
One lot Ladles' Embroidered Voiles and Swisses
bolero effects, $7.60 values, sale price.$4*48
Ladles' Dresses in good quality Percale, neatly
made Flare Skirts, 81.66 values, special this
i Tfceee Tier Taffeta Skirts, boat quality Taffeta,
86.00 values, sale price.84.68
Ladles' Wool Shepherd Cheek Skirts, new Flare
Model, 85.00 ralee?, aale price.tj<8
Yard wide light colored Percales, fa*st colors,
. per yard .6c
Yard wide Sea Island, per yard.6c
Yard wide Bleaching, per yard.,6c
Goodquality iSpun Checks, per yard. . .5c
Figured MUBllns. per yard.,-..fi*
Coate's Thread, per spool.4c
40 inch good quality White Lawn, per yard_6e
One lot Ladles' Pat. Colonial Pumps, $2.50 values.
Ono lpt Baby Doll Pumps. $2.00 values, salo
One lot Baby Dell Pumps, 82.50 values, salo
One lot Ladies' Tan Russie Calf Oxfords, $2.50
values, sale price.$1.00
One lot Ladles' Tan Lace and One Strap Oxfords.
82.50 values, sale price.98c
One lot Ladies' White Canvas Oxfords, 81-25 val
' u?s, special . ..*.. .98?
One lot Ladies' White Mary Jane Oxfords. 82.00
''''Values, special at .$149
Ono lot Men's Button Gun Metal Oxfords, hand
sewed. 84.00 values, sale price.$2.48
One lot Men's Tan Russia Calf Oxfords, Goodyear
welt, $4.00 values, sale price.$2.48
One lot Men'a White Canvas Oxfords, with rubber
or leather soles, splendid values, salo price $1.48
Ono sample lot Boys' Russia Calf Oxfords, McKay
tewed, sixes to 7, a good value, for.$149
One sample lot of Panta constating of 63 pal rs,$ 1.50
values, going during ?his sale for per pair. .98e
One sample lot of pants, consisting of 86 pairs, $2
and 82.50 values, going during this sale for
per pair .$1.48
One lot dark Khaki Panta, a good $1 value, od sale
Ono lot new light Wash Pants, $1.25 and $1.60
values, per pair.-.$8e
One lot Men's Dress Shirts, 60c values, on sale
for., . . ?SSt?
One lc'. Me Va Blue. Chambray Work 8hirts, 60c
values,.on salo each for... .Ste
The above is only a few of the many specials
we are offering, so it will pay you to visit this sale.
Don't misa this opportunity. '
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This is the be? wt>rd to describe \iiese si"
They are sporffy ?oems that will go often to your lips. They are attractive. Spoons that
will'mfike your s?b'(fird reflect with pleasure They are trustworthy .spoons thk you wilt
learn to rely uporgprfugh th
And that tells]
There is a s?
base. These sp(
They are guarani
-not brassy sp<
m uni ty Company
the coupon belot
for ever State in the Union with the -Statu
hey are ?he kind of souvenir that will . al
y State, large teaspoon s'./.e, hca?y pun
flake every other spoon offer look pJor and uns?
last a lifetime. Beautiful new spoon that vc
but classy Oneida Community silver
being shipped to us by the thousand, sinai]
ry. That is why you get these Wondei ful
'H CAROi?NA sm
ry in comparison;
ti\\ love t/*' touch