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and Removal Sale Now Going On 60 palm of luce Curtains 57 In, worth 69c, Removal *^Q*? Pal?; price, u pair.. .. 85 *Bcd Spread? slightly Im perfect, worth up to $3.00, au long a? lot lasts. itf? wide good quality g_ III'aching, a yard .. .. Ladles Shirt Waists, worth up to $1.00. Removal Salo OA prlco.*&?7C $3.00 Ladles Slippers in all leathers, thin seasons make. Removal Sale <t 1 A Ct price.ipi .^O One lot of Mens Pants, worth up to $2.50, Removal <t?*| OQ price.?Pl ?O?J Red Star Diaper cloth 10 yds to holt, regular price $1.00 Removal Sale CQ price.VuC 81x90 Red Sheets. 50c quality, Clearance Sale OQ price.-657C 10c quality Percales, Re moval Sale Price a Es*? yard.OC 25c and 35c Mens Balhriggan and Mesh Underwear 1 Removal Salo price... * OC 81-2c yard wide Sea g? _ Island, n yard. OC Babcock and Colgate Talcum Powder .. ... 9c 25c Boys Knee Pant;. 14c 15c and 25c. White Corduroy and Figured Repp, Re- O moval Salo price ." ,. . .OC 6c best Safety Pins, a O card. ..?C Ladies Ilandker- ? chiefs. lc Will move into" Osborne and Pearson Store Robin after August 31st. B. FLEISHMAN & BROS. FURTHER DETAILS IN REGARD TO DROWNING BOTH YOUNG MEN WERE TRYING .TO SAVE GIRLS FUNERAL TODAY Number People From Anderson Went to Abbeville Yes terday. Further details reached tho eily yesterday morning in regard to thc drowning of Calhoun (?ison and Wil liam McKelvy at Mill woo l on Friday afternoon and they only add deeper sadness to the accident. lt seems thut two young ladles, .Misses Sara and Mary Perrin, daugh ters of Mr. J. L. Perrin, clerk or court of Abbeville county, were mem bers of tlic camping party und liad gone swimmiiiK in thc river. Aftor being in the water for some time, they got into water over their heads and liegan calling for help. Messrs. Cason and McKelvy hear ing their calls Jumpo.! into the river and attempted to get to them but were lost. It is stated that McKel vy could not swim very well but hear ing the cries Jumped in and tried to save thc girls, who were a little later rescued by other members of the party. McKclvy's body was recovered Fri day afternoon soon after the drown ing occurred but Cason's was not found until (j o'clock yesterday morn ing, nil hough the river was dragged all of Friday night. Messrs. Will Lyon, W. P. Nichol son and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Marshall went to Abbeville yesterday to attend Mr. Cason's funeral, which will be held this morning at 10 o'clock. Thc time of the funeral of thc other young man could not bc learned. It is said that ho is employed with the railway, his hcaduarters being in Charleston awi that lie was spending his vr.catiou at Mt. Carmel. lie was a young man about 30 years of ago. \. AN NEILSON F0KU1.NU AHEAD., Mr. laviley announces in his ad vertisement today that during Jury the North Anderson Development company sold under their profit shar ing plan, $14,000 worth of lots; and that two new buildings, a dwelling for Muirs. Fitzgerald an J Dr. Brccdln' sanitorium arc being erected* This is certainly very encouraging and shows that while tho European war goes on without abatement, the scare we experienced is about dispell ed. ^$s^T" NOME OF YOUR_^?fe?3 jj^^OWN IS A HOME ?NOECD X^s? jS^w^ Mr?. ROM MeCuIly bought ? 2*W. beautiful lot In North An* -g1 >t&&* denton Saturday af- I S-X ternoon, ' j^^f' _?U?^ J|| Thus adding one more sale to a month, that already held the ^le record for North Anderson. One Month Ago Today We announced our "Proft Sharing" plan-In that one month we have sold 21 lots for a total of $1,400.00-And in the same month two new buildings have been commenced. If you are out for & "cooling" today-Come to North Anderson* REVIEW OF FIRST YEAR OF EUROPEAN CONFLICT (CONTINUED PttOM PAGE KI VE.) sassinatlon of UiO Austrian Archduke Francia Ferdinand in Sarajevo, Bos nia on Juno 28, 1914, while th? Im mediate cause of the war, was not thc determining influence. Eurone had been on the edge of the precipice for a decade. Perhaps the chief under lying factor was t ie development of the national Idea, demanding that po litical divisons should he male to correspond wth tho territory Inhabl t? il by the various peoples of Europe; that each people, wth common lan guage and customs, should have po litical independence and u "placj lu til*' sun." Thc struggle to attain this end kept Europe in political lurniol. France aspired for Alsace and lor raine, Italy for Triest and t> o Tren tino, populated largely by Italians; Serbia for Bosnia, Rumania for Transylvania and Bessarabia. Aus tria-Hungary, within wliosc boun dary Transylvania and Bessarabia. Austria-Hungary, within whose bot?n? dary Is a complexity of races with varying claims and aspirations, waa parteularly menaced by the growth of this Idea, aud it was one phase ot this agitation-Serbia's- desire for Bosnia- wlich brought on the crisis. Tho same motive brought n Mon te?e? gro and Italy, and Influenced Russia and France to go to war. Tlic growth of tho national idea was attended by thc growth of nillir tarlsm as a means for securing these desires. Thc'greatest standing ann ie lu history were built up, compul sory military strvlco became wide spread, and enormous navies were constructed. Out of t all, with the mutual sus picton engendered, grew the situa tion whlc hkept Eurone In feur of war. Armed to excess, thc nations awaited hie war wh'.oh finally cam*. Rear Admiral Retired Washington, July 30.-Roar Admir al C. B. T. Moore1, commandant of thc naval : tai ion at Honolulu since February, 1913, -was transferred to day to the retired list on account of ugo. Rear Admiral Clifford J. Bonah i ' cn routo to relieve him. Capt Albert Cleaves commandant of the New York navy yard since September, 191,4, will succeed Rear Admiral Mooro .in thc list of active rear admirals.. Austrian Spy .Suicides. Galveston, Texas, July 31.-A man giving his nair. as A. Goss and claiming to be a secret agent of the Austrian government, hanged 'himself with his suspender ; in a cell here to day. He had?becn arrested charged with swindling', Goss claimed he narrowly escaped arrest recently while workingman. Canada. A bank book /iudicated Goss had lived In Passaic N.. J. German ?onses $2,500,000. Copenhagen. July 31.-The latest] dorman casualty list published bring?] lie total of thc published losses Ol Germany to 2.600,000 men. It ls estimated that the number un lublishcd will thring tho casualties up o 3,500,000 killed,, wouaded and prls incrs. ('. Aeroplanes Have Collision. Chartres, Franco, July Bl.-An :v?-1 oplane making sharp volfUane trial | tights tills morning collided with an- j .thor at a distance of 200 feet up. j loth fell and one aviator was bumed o death, while htc other was sevor y injured. Picken* County Commissioners. Columbia, July 31 .---Governor Mau ling has appointed James M. Law ence of central, and G. Wash Bowen if Easlcy, county ,commissioners for Mckens county. Weather Forecast Through Movies. Washington. July 31-Fifteen cities ettlng dally weather reports through he movies. The forecasts will be urnisbed where they are desired. Ilrminglia wm as the first furnished. - ti ; ...i iMeears Carry Band In Night Cicle ' Parade. One of thc interesting features of | n unusual motorcycle demonstration ccently held at Milwaukee, Wis., ras the way In which a 25-pl?co band ras carried along the streets of thc Ry during Its participation in a night larade. Each member of the band ras seated in ? sidecar, thc leader .receding the .?layers and directing hem by using a batir fitted at thc ip with a small incandescent light rhich could be clearly seen by all the nusiclans following. The problem of Illuminating the nuslc held on the instruments of the I arlous playera waa solved in a sim ile manner, says tho August Popular fechantes Magasine, in- un-illustrated irtlole. A small-globed electric damp j noun ted in a reflector and connected! rith a storage battery carriel under he seat, was' provided In each si de ar. The lights wera piuned to the aps, or coat a? worn- by the members ii the band, while the wires connect* ng with them extended over the nen's shoulders, so that they were mtirely out of the way. Re freshed Bte Free, Old Rtinge? was . entertaining a j ?oyhood friend oW^-cvening at his hore cottage. Alter a couple of tours of dry talk tho old fellow said ;enlally: "Would you l?ate some refreshment -a r?ollng draugtr), o?jr---Oeorger . "Why, yea. I dont caro if I do." aid George, and* he passed his hand leroaa his month and brightened up Tondorfully. "Good!" said o?d Stlngce, "111 Just I ipen this window. tfhercV a flee seat ?reese blowing!..-Detroit Free Press; rOtEY KIDNEY PUT, fae SAC*ACM s KIouigYS ASO ?lauoe > STATE OF RUSSIAN FORCES IN WARSAW HANGS IN BALANCE (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE. Petrograd, July 31.-Crossing thc Vleprez near TravnlklJ In an advance tile Germans south of llausk between the 1'iga and the Polnowch ar0 caus ing more destruction than they did crossing thc Vistula. At several points on the pontons an effort ls made by thu Germans to build brid ges. Operations against Kovno arc in teresting because lt is regarded im portant as one of tho strongholds of a prospective new Russian Uno. The Germans from the southwest report advanced positions in the renort of Kovno and are also us'ilng north ward. The Russians nre lighting bard on tho Narew and Bug. They claim notable successes in the Chtniel-Pias ki section inflicting heavy loses on the Teutons. They took one thousand Austrians prisoners in tho Sokal re gion. A Ornum Air Raid. Paris, July 31.-Gorman aviator? this morning bombarded Saint Pol surmer und Grnvcllnes killing a child at thc latter place, according to the wnr office statements. No damage "was done. Aviators have also thrown bomba on Nncy without much damage bombs on Nancy without much dam jago. Ono German machine was brought down between thc lines. The aviator escaped but the machine was brought down near the French line There aro also reports of thc occupa Hon of an evacuation caved by thc explosion of a mine yesterday after spirited fighting. Copper, Brass and Nichol Taken Berlin. July HI.-Military authori ties in Brandburg province In which Berlin ls located issued an order ex propriating all supplies of copper brass and nickel. This Includes household utensils which however, may be retained until further no tice. Aviators Report. Geneva, July 31.-A Tribune dis patch from Innesbruck says the Ger man aviators returning from a flight over Warsaw say they BOW the Rus sian troops evacuating the city and marching cast. Property Indemnification. London, July 31.-Grand Duke Nichole, the Tnissian commander-ln chief, decreed that no property in Warsaw should be destroyed except for military necessity, says a Rou tera Petrograd dispatch. Propefty owners will be indemnified. New Yory, N. Y.-When Mrs. I .ena F<3aVten went to buy some things from Marino Castraglvani, a pcddlar, he asked her for a kiss. She refused and the Italian picked up a stick and struck bor over the head, cracking her skull. Elko, Cal.-Austin Bassett, a bachelor of New York, Cal., recent ly received a baby by parcel post from Seattle, Wash. He says lie is ignorant of the mother of.the' child, and ls advertising for her to put a stamp on herself and follow the baby. Decide the Question next time you suspect yourself of wondering if it would pay to buy a GAS RANGE tackle the coal range all day one of these Hot Days and cook for your wife; That viii decide the question for you quickly Anderson Gas Co Phone 844 A NICE BIG ROAST of Beef. Pork or Mutton ts really one of the best melts. Vor It is just as good cold as hot. Bo you can have several meals with only one cooking. 'Tell as to send one for Sunday din ner. Make it a big one, tor oar meats are so choice thal roly a big one will aavo enough left to cat np old. PHONE The Uly White Market ' J. IC LINDSAY. Proprietor. Iron a fresh Shirt Waist, or a Shirt the hottest day of summer with an Electric Iron, with an Electric Fan turned on you, and still you're as fresh as a daisy and cool as a cucumber. x Southern Public Utilities Co. Phone 223. IN YOUR HOME The Heating and Plumbing systems should he of the first importance If you consider the good health, the comfort and the convenience of your family. Oar Plumbing 1B the Quality Kind that adds to the bouse beautiful by the luxuriousness and good designing of the fixtures. Get oar Estimates. Jobbing a Specialty. GLENN PLUMBING COMPANY "THE PLUMB GOOD PLUMBEBS" 184 IV. Benson SI (Under Maple Hali) PHONE 468 End of the Month Special For the balance of July we will sell the World reknown JOHNSON Floor Wax which retails everywhere at 50 cents per pound cans at, per pound can 35 cents Thia 1B undoubtedly tbe very best preparation for good Tfc \i floors Heres a genuine reduction-of 30 per cent on a. V. t staple article, b-u-t the offer is good pn\y for this week. ( \ \ So, come around now! v \_. C. JM. Guest Paint Co. Phono 48. West Earl ?' eet. EXCURSION To. JOHNSON CITY, TENr?. Tuesday, August 3rd., 1915. Via Piedmont & Northern Railway and Clin?hf?eld . and Ohio Railway. Special Trains from Anderson and Greenwood, S. C., to connect with the 'CllnchfleloV' at .Spartanburg, S. C. . AU tickets sold, Tuesday 3rd, with limit for returning on all trains leaving OHNSON CITY before NOON 8ATURDAY, August 7th, 1915. Clinch field rains returning arrive Spartanburg at 5:30 P. M. and make connection with Mcdmont & Northern train leaving Spartanburg at 6:26 P. M. The following schedulo and very low excursion fares will be used: /eave Greenwood, S. C.6:00 A. M.......$3.50 ?avo Hodgo3, S. C.6:20 A. M.3.60 ?avo Shoals Jct, S. C. .6:S0 A. M-. 3.60 .'eave Donalds. 8. C...;6:35 A. M...3.60 leave Honea Path, S. C.6:40 A. M...3.60 ?ave Anderson, S. C.6:30 A. lf..,v.3.60 .eave Bolton, 8. C.7:00 A. M.....3.00 ?ave Willlamaton, ,S. C._7:20 A. M..3.00 ?ave Ivlzcr, S. C.....7:25 A. M.3.00 ?ave Pidemont, a C.....7:35 A. M..8.00 ?ave Greenville, S. C.8:0(5 A. M....... .3.00 ?ave Taylor, 8. C.8:30 A. M. 2.76 ?ave Chick Springs. 8. C.8:36 A. M....'..'. 2.75 .cave Greer, S. C.8:46 A. M...2.50 ?ave Duncan, S. C.8:55 A. Nf...... 2.60 ?are Tucapau. 8. C.......0:00 A. M.....'.2.50 ?ave EpartanburR, S. C.9:30 A M.......... 2.50 krrive Johnson City...4:30 P. M. FARES FOR CHILDREN: The fares for children five roora of age and tin ier twelve will be one half the fares named above. FARES FROM FLAG STATIONS: Th? faros'from flag stations will be re-, laced tn proportion to fares-named and conductors will sell tickets on the rsln. AjBRAND OPPORTUNITY lo make a trip over the most wonderful piece of mllroad construction In tim c?antry and a aisance io visit the NATIONAL SOLDIERS HOHE, a three million dollar institution maintained by the Na lonaf Government, Just one mlle from Johnson City. BRISTOL,, TENN-VA., is only twenty n?les North-Esst ot Johnson City and rtth convenient schedule Excursionist can make the trip for only a small ad iltlonal cost. GOOD HOTELS at Johnson City and arrangements have been mada with >no of the best in the elly to take care of those going on tala excursion at pedal reduced prices for both rooms and meals. Every thing; hms nasa done o add to? tho confort and pleasure ox tho crowds-BO don't forget the dots ind moke your arrangements now to go and carry ibo whole family. For further information apply to any I-.?dmont & and Northern Railway icket agent or write, THEO. DEHOM, C, 8. ALLEN Div., Pass. Arcent, TraMe Manager. v^Wtanburf, 8. C. Greenville, a O.