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ONLY TWO ?AYS?
GREAT C?? SALEEN! We Must Make a Clean Sweep of -Not a Question of Price and main?ig Pianos and Organs. No Such Bargains I SOME OF THE BEST- STYLEgWteT, ?SMITH & BAKNE8," "BROMS&Cl WELL," "CLABENDONM AND OTB MOVE THEM BY 9 O'CLOCK S?TI Out and Doon Yon Owe-lt to Yourself and Fatally to 'Money. . * OPEN. EVENINGS-3 . 'nmr ' -- "A desperate, case dcnmuds desper ol? mensnrc?.w.;,it Is certainly a des perate ?case with UH now. ' We started out to nell this large .stock of fine pianos and organs lh two weeba tlnje, and lt looks like we , are going to suc ceed in disposing ot every piano, but we may have to cry , for, a .littf?,help j when it,comes to the'organs. We had such a l?ug? \ stock of organs, andi ?-he -timo was BO short, ?hat it looks, like we ?re,"?p against it" to some . extent, but organs are t Belling at;a lively?rfc-te.and. there will .not be roany J eft wh?Q the_ hale ends. 'Suctf'loijf price's ><uW ^e?sy '"terme was never offered before.;' on* high . grade ; Pianos. and Organs,'' . It would ho almost-'a shame'not t? COCK and i get ono bf these planos, or-. orgdns for ! that talented girl' or boy .- of . yours. .who wants to.leard music abd keep,dp; ..with ethers of: their acquaintance; ' They need lt and want it. You can . well afford'it if you take advaqtae? . of ; our special low prices and ' easy 'terms.'this'week. :Qood used . Organs for home land] ' ?hQp?l,' ?18, $27,. $38, $47, to $($ O? | , payments. Good used Upright PJanos, in f?rat-| class condition;-; just the pianos for be tl Td good hbius?.. and^^arn, house and'lot in' ro^rn. , See nr>e; this is a,Bi?t RACE Everything in ihe Next Two Days Terms With Now Ott the Re. iver Differed Before SUCH AS. '.KRANICH & BACH," V? "CIIICKEItlNG BItOSV **MAX EHS; ALL CUT HEEP IN ORDER TO rRDA? NIGHT. s Locked at 9,0%:?ock Bay at This Sale While Toa Cnn Sevo 14 SOUTH MAIN ST Sinners sold j originally for $250, $300 to $326, to ?lose out now for only) $108 and $125, on easy pay plan. Fine pianos! usually sold for. $350, to $400;- soiling pow.,'fdr $J90 to $2S7, on payments to suit. Don't let this great opportunity pa?B. DON'T FAlp TO . SEE the $400, $460, $500, $600 and $650,Pianos, selling now for 5248, $270, $293, $312 to $362, on paymenta to suit. DON'T FORGET THE FACT. THAT ! U*s going ' to be a veritable slaughter of piano cud Organ priced for Friday j and Saturday, - A half hour spent in our store will coi i vin co you timi wo have the greatest'bargains ever offered on good pianos and organs.. If you Co not cure.to pay all cash at tho . time of purchase, we can arrange on our "Easy Fay Plan." ' fi:: .r.r. :; - . . . . ? DON'T .FORGET: THE, PACT THAT j this great, . cut-pitice, o/<iktlng.' business salo-W?1* -last u?tl'?Saturday night at ?; o'clock^ No longer, Sonth?aW?p Streeti. C. A. li I inti. Orwell v.?mbrdved^ w?tife ?siness at the B???O o2d> WlM;W?M^r el ated we s?re I S OF WK OHSME?FB ? 1M >? - SCELLENT ??xwE i3 BEING MADE WITH THE IM PROVEMENTS FEW GAPS LEFT I Will Bo Completed Pretty Close to Contract Time it Now Seems. ' ' . Gradually the gaps in Gio paving are being filled and soon many streets will be covered -with the' pav ing., When tbiB is finished, trafile in roany parts of the city will be much' better. Just at this time there are many streets being paved, some al most dono, others,just started and some finished'completely. Just what has been done represents a large pa A of all the work contain ed in the original plans, West Mar ket street, tho first'to be paved, ls fibished, connected with Main street, which ,4B complete except for ? short gap between Church street and River street on-t)ie east. side. McDuffie, jCalho/uv.Church and parts of Whit-; I ncr and River streets are open to trat- i fie. This leaves only North Main, Greenville, East" Earle, East Markett j and "part of. W^itner streets to "be< completed'. Qa Wlhltner street .there, is one gap in the paving, from* the C. &. W; C. railroad crossing to F. street. I Prom.JP. street to Monroe street Gae j paving has been.finished and Is open to trafile. The remaining gap^wlll be filled in wiGiin Gie next few weeks. Generally, thc work has progressed well. With, several weeks of good, weather; the work, will be finished some time near the time ni et ted ii: 1 tho'contract. When Gie delays thai? have been caused-,-by material' not arriving on time and rains and other setbacks are considered, it is seen that besides, giving. Anderson the b??t possible Job for tho money tbe South ern 'Paving company has made ex cellent time.. ! j MBS. LIDIA VAJJWYCK HOKE -j Dies at, Uer. Home In ?ttlclsh-lins '.. . Beutrres Hero: I Relatives in Anderson have been notified of thc der.th of Mrs. Lydia Anne Maverick . VanWycke. Hoke? which occurred in Raleigh, N. C., No vember 2. .'-.' She was tho wife of the late j Gen. 'Robert F. Hoke of North Carolina' and daughter of 'Gio late Wm; VanWyck and Lydia Anne Maverick, of ' N?w^ York., As Lydia.-VanWyck, she; 'waa; known as an accomplished yo une: wo man, a beauty and ? : noHpr ...? ; "J; Shortly after Gie wai4 between the states she v/as married to General Hoke, ono of North .Carolina's -best loved and most distinguished citi zens, who predeceased her. three.years', ago. Four children of Gils .union sur vive, Giei are: Mn VanW^cfc Hoke of Raleigh; Dr. Michael Hoke of At lanta; Mrs. Lily Hoke Webb of Fur lelah, and Mrs'. France- Harton Hoke Pollock of,'Kingston, !N, C. Mrs: Hoke is survived by . . two brothers, judes Augustus VanWyck of New York .and Judge. Robert A. Vah W.vrk of Milan. Italy Tho Mrs. Margaret VanWy?kjbf ithis city. Is a,clstarrln,-law;:of ?ara.- Hehn,1 having married _Jier_; eldest ll brother,' rpr. c?aranei ??.'-y?hwycK. JUTS i K oike E^Bs also the -uni cf Mr. Samuel M. ly?nWycKu0??Auant?t iui?: M?. Oj Fi. [ VanWyck of Anderson. " /.' >SS? ? Something,^?e-?r io Farces fe Be Seen ! y?t T??j. Anderson Tuesday - LT?e Anderson offers for one pcrfor I maj?c?, November. ?, H.H. Frazee's ?i?teru??oi?aV" comedy hit, "A P?tr* Of es,.''?. yThJa v unusual; and novel ?wmey,. which ran., for, nearly a year j?$tw|w''at tho Longa-:T theatre, (is^sA: acknowledged by Now York city criUcs to ho something now in farce, ?and although Gieoe Waso gentlcmon pt .itho . mvaaa dr? not nuiinJly. Indulge ia hyperbole, tho c?ns?nsut?, of ilielr opinion . ?eom?d- ,to toe' that hoi: since Gt? day's -of .tho lamented; Chas. ; -H. i Hoyt had anything so agreeable in. tho. way of ?ari :e been! ouered : tim Metro-;' ?pol?t?h eho\y goer. ' The tre'mehd??r ' success which1 ha's greeted tho1 Comedy Wherever lt. has appeared has proven them exactly right in thejr^?p^on?. Tbs story i's unusual ahd^fuR orsat?r? and humor of-Gib highest class and, ito. logical plot ia Auiu?3ently7 sur prising in .' the Climaxes ; '6f~ Gio. 611 u a t??Ji? . lnv?W sd io ' command Gie; ?eal? andVundividcd atte?Gcn ci tho aaT dlence; throughout tho action ot-Gi? piece. ?A ?>ir( o? SixesV ?e??tor'" tho troubled Of two ?a^aers ia Gie < business whoso natures are sb jronistlo. Guvt tbs?, ard abso?i ?Uv -M ..*?fc'.aleng>,*ogetfc#ijL" to. heated?o ?ri?r daily, a?tercit?os ..tj^o?^mt ' they cair ht m&tt**x to' setae'their ;*rrum&ip. H* * MR^VM.rt'M.r 11,1-, rnduce? tn?r ? al Vio, royall* prorfe that ii not only turcUhea. ??fughs than Vpmady'?^er?ilj' ad ,bhk provides Gio namefor Gio pi-wo W?ll.- : '.V: ? "Wo must be uke to my rich uncle. a*#f^y^le*,^w* some' .m?nayV^V.'H?s that .he?'.jwfcjms for a ?> sited / *>t ?ft%\hrea??''. . . j?au?de [ ^Tna?Sr easy*' ro*)^dod G? ".Our oakery solis it."~rLoui rlcr-Journal? wm CHIQUOiA LODGE WILL EN TERTAIN DISTRICT MEET INC ON 16TH DELEGATES NAMED I Counties. of Anderson, Greenwood, Abbeville, Oconee end Pick ., . eus.Represented. ?-- . :'m Chlquola Lodge No. 32, K. ot I?;? met: last night and made arrango .roenr? :for the distinct convention to be hold in Anderson November 16th. The meeting, waa a good ono and most all ot the members were present. Delegates tor thc district convention lihvo ; been appointed. Air. G. B. ? Greene: ot ?ho lodge, stated to. a re-, preventative o'- thia paper that the delegates named are: A. H. Darnall. W. P. Sloan, G. H. Geiger, Hunter Thompson and Frank Bur rles. These are delegates from Chlquola Lodge. The district to meet 4n Anderson comprises Ander BOO, Greenwood, Ab beville, Oconee and Picken s,. It ls lone of .the big districts ot the state j lodge and the attendance at the con vention ls. expected to bo large. Tho committee on arrangements will be. continued and will have charge of. arranging a banquet for the vlBltora. . Thia committee con sists of Messrs John T. Madden. A. A. Cathcart, Prank Burris. Hunter ? Thompson and Fred Ii. W?llif?rd. Three Anderson mon will be ini I Gated, into the.eecond, rank work. | These gentlemen are: Messrs. John ? Owens. Rufus Tant, Jr., and C. Vf,' McGee. -A special dispensation from the,. Groad Keepor of Records and, ? Seals was secured and they were glv len tho firot.degree last night, in.order ? that they might; he ready for tho sec ond degree at th ethno of thc conven ItlOn.-'; .. :*l Addresses will ho mudo at tho con I vcntlon by several prominent Knights: I of the stale. Among, theso; are; Messrs. Norbert E. GUos ot Aiken, grand master,, of Ule state lodge. ;and Grand, Koop?r ot Ti?corid'' and Seals, j D; G'. Brown' of Abbeville. These ?ar? two of the'hlghest of Knights of the elate.. . . ' i . The committee on arrangements I have not yeti made their plana. a3 tb j W;here' the banquet -will he hold. A full and' complete program lb' bein;; ?arranged;aud' ivUl. soon be publish ed. ..- 1 ?? ? ' Sacred Munit-nid. Ifcetead of the Usual ;vvening. services j at St. john's ' Methodist - .church on I Sund?y evening, there 'will ho a sa y.cred muslcalej'by s?rn? of the':' finest local talent. Ambng those v/ho havo promised lo help with tho program Ste: MPS, H. Ttf. Harris, Mr?. T. L. Cely.'Messra Sam Orr 'fribble, ' Rex Rice, H. B. Fitzgerald, and J. ' j B. Rest., A beautiful program baa boen ar ranged, and tho "public ia . cordially. Invited. v lluflle for. the KIrrae?s, A splendid ondrestra composed ot v/ebb von-Hasseln; ou ' tho violin, Henry Edwatds dir tby violin, Whit MScCaulay, the cello,' Sloan Driscoll, the. drum; Luther Smith, plano and Joe Trowbridge' tho' flute, will fur nish the" music at theKlrmosa - this evening,: and ; thia ^f , itself ' will be a; rare treat. Six better muslciaU.s. could not be found in the state, each ! one. belog an artist ' of ability and jakni, .-v. . ..f-' ? ??..^u j -, The children, ^iwo/ hoon - beautifully trained,. ar.d,the;;K|rmes& promise*, to, .be>; tho, moBt brilliant * event. over ' put on in Anderson,,' With ?bedullful mus ic, elaborate costumes, .and bri i liant 1 lights ItjWiil b^'-m?stdoling: spoc taclo. ? '. I'.';-; Capt. C. Walter Fant, of Clovis;, ?^Ss^KMexico, who IB?J*-: inductor on the .Santo Fe -.rail'way, . la ; the mesk ot [$?&f??siii, M-f.*IJames'"LT,- JdnM?pt? n^^r^> t^i' * ? - j ' Tho .wives of < members of the local 1 T?ttyrj^e, are .Requested, to meet at ie ^IksHooe. this, af tondoon at 3:."0 I o'clock. Trani&ctiona m October Not 3c Many Aa in Previous Month?. Real ostato transfert? tor the mouth of October recorded in the office ol tho county auditor aro us follows: City of Anderson. P. E. Clinkscales to Manilo A. Sbanklln, one lot, $2,000. W. F, Marshall to ?. R. HUI. one lot, $550. J". M. Evans lo F. A. Williford, ono lot. $700. Audorson Real Estate and? Invest [ment Co., to L. H. Bagwell, ono lot, WOO. . L. H. Bagwoll to T. F. Cartwright (and \yVF. Marshall, one lot, $1,500. Shady Norman; et al., to L. L. Rice ? and K. P. Smith, trustees, one lot, $5. W.. P. Nicholson, J. P., to J. E. I Cllnkscales. ona lot, .$1,230. Kelton Township. Mary J. Taylor to "W.H. Cotl?ran, [ono lot, $100, and.other valuabla'con s?crations. Ralph Taylor to C. P. Hand, three I iota, .$*_;. E. T. Tolllsonto H. Y. L. Tolll |sqn, out, lot, $400. Bro;'timmy Township. Mrs. She- E. Seybt to C.. W. Rdser, 113' aereen $1.500. CenfcervJHo Tortnahlp. . ;W. P. Nicholson, J. P., to College Heights Land Co:, ono lot; $3,000. Fork Township. H. E. Mayes to R. L. Griffin, trus 1 the, 40 acres, $900. Hali Township. ! ; .^? B'. F, Price td MTS. Mary Jane |Tiner, D7 acreb, $300. Henea Pata Township. J. F. McKenzie tb L. A. Brock, one lot, $500 and'other' considerations. C. W. Ragsdalo to H. L. Tollison, 150 3-10 acres, $1,600. Pendleton. Township. J. F. Bannister to H. 6. Trescot, 6 [l?te, $214. Kock MMs Township. J. L. Steward to T. Allen, t runt ea, l?0 1-2 acres, $2,000 and other con siderations. W. Jeff Shirley to O. D. Chamblec, 17,acres; $315. WillluniKion Township. Anderson Real Estate and Invest Inmnt Co., to R. L. Donald, ono lot, I$20. ' - ?W. P. Nicholson J. F>, to A, H. I Bagnall, one lot, $150. WV T. Mooro to J. Rt. J<anes; two l atiros, $160. -E. W. Gregory to Ad. Buber; one I lot," $125. , Ad S abor to Boston Wilson, o ny lot, $100- ______ j Won't Hoke Seprate Peace. Romo, Nov. 4:-Italy hUB adhered to-au agreement signed by the allies not to malro a. separate. ' peace,! saya Mescsgero. This popular and very ar tistic piece of - jewelry which appears to be all the rage g .lus. fall will be found here in I 5; great assortment We h?y? g jr every birthatoaei cameos *??d y ssnA ??atn?nJ* itt 1ft wJHcrtsa} and all of them quite pretty, and yet inexpensive. Prices from $2.50 to $50.00 Tho Cash Jeweler. I QUR resident New York buyer sent us twenty-five new Suits. We pi ace them on sale for Friday and Saturday Worth from $20.00' to $22.50. (Second Floor) Colors Blue, African Brown Goblin Green : ' f : . Materials Poplin, Gabardines and Broad Cloth ? : ' ? . mi u Styles . . .. - . ... Box Coats, Plain Tailored and Fitted . . . . ...... .. No Approvala /.fe ,See Show- Wtadowi ?/. : Vi > ;3't ?^'i'i ; From tho bo?mg of a cop ?fesses, to th? prep^.!|^!?sg of your horns electricity ia tho beat method. It's coeWst. and cheapest, and thc service) it renders b by f?r't?s<j b&5fc. ' 'Try itt W?,hays ev^ry electric contrivance that y?s* aced m y&wr. S?i^l^trn Publie Phone 223 ilm?. Social. Event of Season