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As is well known, we are closing out this stock of well chosen, and
well bought merchandise, and if in need of Shoes, Underwear, Dress
Goods, Silks, Dry Goods, Notions,Trunks, Bags, Suit Cases, Blank
ets, Comforts, Sheets, Counterpanes, Corsets, Hosiery, Rugs, Mat
tings, Carpets, Cloaks, Ladies and Misses Rain Coats, Ladies and
Childrens Sweaters.
This is the store to come to, for we can save you any where from
FIFTEEN to FIFTY per cent on your purchases.
Mens; Ladies and Childrens
All $1.50 shoes at . . . .$1.15
All $2.00 Shoes at. . . .$1.65
All $3.00 Shoes at . . . .$2.35
All $3.50 Shoes at. . .. .$2.75
All $4.00 Shoes at. . . .$3.00
Mens, Ladies and Childrens
Knit? Wool, Cotton and Wool
and Cotton mixed, in separate
garments and Union Suits.
All. 25c Garments at. .. .19c
All 50c Garments at ... . 39c
All $1.00 Garments at. . :75c
ladies' All Wool Skirts at exactly ONE-HALF PRICE
We have a line of Ladies, and Misses and Childrens Cloaks, which
while not made in the height of this season's fashion are warm and
will be very serviceable this Winter. We are selling these out at
With the price of Cotton way down, this is the year for all econo
mical persons to give Only USEFUL Christmas presents, and this is
the place to buy them at prices that match the price of cotton.
"Your Money Will Go Further. Here in the Purchase of Good, De
pendable, and Serviceable Merchandise than Elsewhere.
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Fot Father and Son
Two and a half million readers find it oi
absorbing interest. Everything in lt is
Written So You Can Understand it
Popular Mechanics M ace il ne
aw. asT^hta-. CMIOAQO
Electric Devices
From Nov. 23 to
Dec. 5
Electric Corling Irons, Regelnr
|Sio values at $1.25, 6 inch ?Iso
Electric Steve, Regular value?
*ft at
4 lach Ir?sc Electric Store, Re
galar values, $&?Q et
These Steves are the atout USE?
fal Electric Heating ' Devices t
BeB water, heats Raby**
Milk, aa? eeeks mest anyfatng.
Oeste leas than te par bohr.
Southern Public
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* On Tuesday afternoon Miss Lucile
Hamilton entertained at a Mlscel
jlenous shower in honor of Miss Mur
. gu?rite Adams.
I After arrival of the guest they were
, asked to write their ideas of marri ago.
1 Mrs. W. J. Holoway won the prise
which sho graciously presented to
Miss Adams. Tho guest prise was a
handsome hand-crocheted table run
ner. The guest were then invited the
dining rooms which , was'tastefully
. decorated with ferns, numerous pink
candios being used, where a delight-'
ful . three course luncheon was . serv
ed by Misses Francis Hamilton and
Annie Hunter.
As the strains of the wedding march
were heard the guest returned to the
parlor in the center of which stood a
large pink basket filled with numer
ous dainty and useful gifts.
West best wishes for the bride and
farewell to the hostess the guest de
parted at a late hour.
Tho?? present were: Misses Adams,
Jennings, Hunter, Morrison, Reid,
Moore, Sleigh, Norma and Sue Glgnil
liat, Etta and Ross Clarkson, Har
per Oslphin; Mesdames Livingston,
Doyle, Lowry, Holloway, Mariett,
Shelor, Harper. Smith and Stribbllng.
' On Saturday morning Misa Norma
GI gilliat entertained in amor of Miss
On next Tuesday Mrs. J. L. Merrett
will be hostess to the once-a-week
club and a few parties are being plan
ned for the Christmas holidays and
the Hunter-Jones wedding which la to
take place the 12th of January.
R?v. I. E. Wallace and i? Hiv and
Miss Gussie Cunningham spent Thurs
day night and Friday with Mrs. Wal
lace's mother, Mrs. V. C. Sherard, near
Iva. ia>klug the. trip in thoir auto
Mr. Hvgh P. Holeman and Mrs.
Lucy Bun is of Walhallah were mar
ked at Cornella, Ge?, fast Wednesday,
and will be at home to their friends
after the first of the month at the T.
S. Stri sling house on Fair Play street
? The Thanksgiving services st the
Baptist church were well attended.
Mrs W. T. Hubbard recently en
tertained the George Creek school
girls at her handsome country house
near her, in their anneal reunion.
Those present were Mrs. E. R. Gresh
am; Spartanburg; Mrs. Dupre, Ow
ing*; Mrs. John L. Smith. Bounty
Land; Mrs. Cretin Knox, Seneca; Mrs.
L. M. Berry. Richi.nd, ead Misses Bet
tie and Mary McMshaa, Easley.
These ladies spent the day and
night with their hostess and had a
merry time recalling their girlhood
experience and talking over old times,
Mrs. 8. B. King entertained at sta
o'clock dinner, at her beautiful coun
try home near hare one day mst week.
I? honor of her son, Chester King,
Many were the good thing? to oat
spread upon her spacious table and
every one enjoyott lt to the fullest.
After dinner games were played for
awhile, when the guests were again,
invited to the dining room to cut the
fortune cake. This afforded much mer
riment. The ring and money were eas
ily found, but no one cut the but
ton, so there will be r.\> "old maids"
in that crowd.
Reported to Have .Taken Place
nt Town viii e
News reached Sheriff Ashley yes
terday of a shot gun duel which oc
curred st Tow?vllle mst,' Thursday
night between a man named Tucker
and ono named ' Palmer. Eoth were
It was stated that Palmer has is
sued a warrant for the arrest of Tuck
er and that the latter has given bond
before 2Jigistrate Fant of Townvllle
As yet no warrant baa been Issued
for . the arrest of Palmer.
Sheriff Ashley stated that Tucker
,was seriously wounded and that it
was reported to him that Tucker wss
tho aggressor in thc difficulty.
For High Grade
For Cash Only
Beef Ribo.8c
Neck Roast or 8teak.. .. ..10c
Chuch Roast or Steak.... lt l?2e
Short Rib Steak ot Roast.. ..Ile
T-Lota steak or Roast .. . .17 l*fo
Heart Round stank or Roast Sie
All good mixed Pork and Beet
Sausage..12 l*2e
All Pork Sausage, country style S9e
"Pork Hams or Shoulder, whole lie
Pork Loin Roast.1? l<*t
Pork Chops, or Steak.18c
Full Cream Chases, per pound 20e
Beef liver. .12 Lie
Cured Hams, whole.. .. ..Ste
Best Norfolk Oyster, per qt . .ile
Pish of different sswortments, aa
low aa the lowest Dressing free'
when time will permit us.
W. J. Maness
?*? >orth Mata St. Phew SM.
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BELTON, Nov. 29.-Quite a number
of relative? and intimate and well
wishing friends gathered at the beau
tiful country home of Capt. and Mra.
J. 8. Erskine three miles west of
town Thursday afternoon to witness
the marrjage of their daughter. Ber
tha, to Rev. Henry Sluyter. As the
4 o'clock chimes mingled their echo
with the bright autumn sunshine
without the guests assembled from
lawn and porches into the spacious
parlor which had been transformed
into a bower of pleasing beauty of
white and green, with potted plants
and trailing vines drooping with
graceful effects. To the accompani
ment of Mrs. R, L. Parker on the
piano Miss Oracc Campbell sang
beautifully. Then with fairy like
change tile magic notes of Mendel
ssohn's wedding march announced the
approach of thc little flower girls
dressed in lace frocks carrying bas
kets of chrysanthemums of the sea
son's choicest offering, followed by
Master James Singleton, nephew of
the bride, bearing the ring io the pet
als of a carnation, and Just in the
rear came tbe brido and groom who
paused in an Improvised alcove of
flowering plants, surmounted in the
background with a pyramid of soft
glowing candles, v. here Dr. Jno. O.
1 .AW of walhalla, pronounced the im
pressive Presbyterian ceremony unit
ing their lives. The bride was be
comingly attired in a handsome prune
chiffon broadcloth coat suit with hat
and gloves to match and bore a bou
quet of carnations.
Following the ceremony they board
ed tho Blue Ridge train Just in front
of the home amid showers of rice and
congratulations, and began their
Journey to Covington, Kentucky,
where they will be domiciled in the,
m an Be of the Presbyterian church of
which Rev. Sluyter Is pastor.
The sweet .cheerful and even dis
position of the bride, the deep Inter
est she has ever shown in church
work, rare qualities and virtuous at
tainments peculiarly fit her for h
minister's wife,, and the benediction of
scores of warm friends follow her In
her new home. The groom ls one of
the leading ministers of the Ken
tucky synod and a much beloved pas
tor of the church which he supplies.
Hie high regard in which the couple
aro held was silently attested In the
gorgeous array of handsome and val
uable presents of which they were
the recipients- .
, BELTON, Nov. 28.-Mrs. John M.
Geer spent Friday In Belton the
guest of Mrs. ri. M. Geer.
M IKE Miriam. Lee of Anderson spent
the Thanksgiving. holidays In Belton
the. guest ot hex father. Mr. W. E. Lae,
on River street, .Miss Lee had as her
guests while here Misses Eva Trib
blo and Nell Barton , two of Ander
son's most popular young . ladies.
They have visited Belton before and
are always welcomed here.
Miss Nannette Campbell is spending
the week-end in Grenville, the guest
of her friend, M?SF Lucile Calmes.
Mrs. W. C. Hearin ls spending the
holidays with her parents in Green
Master Gordon Sherard is spending
the week-end ic Greenville, the guest
Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Harper spent
Thanksgiving day In Greenville with
F-3V. and Mrs. J. Leland VasB.
Mr. U. A. Werts and Max Rice were
visitors to Wllllamston Thursday
Misses Marguerite Adams and Bess
Allen spent tho Thanksgiving holi
days in Greenville, guests of Misses
Mary and Jennie Allen.
Miss Sue Covington spent ihe holi
days with her parents. Rev. sud Mrs.
J. "E. Covington, In Greenville,
Mr. and Mrs. Ola Kay and Mr. and
Mrs. Austin Campbell spent Thanks
giving day tn Honea Path with
Mrs. Joel Kay and children were
the guests of relatives in Honea Path
Thanksgiving. ...
Miss Lassie King, who has been, quite
a popular guest of Mrs. H. M. Geer,
for several months, returned to her
home in Florida Friday. Miss King
made scores of friends while here
and they will look forward to her
coming hack again with pleasure. .
Miss Stella Lawton spent Thurs
day in Belton.
Miss Lillian Shirley visited rela
tives near Anderson during the holi
Miss Claudine Skelton visited
Brownlee, S. C., for the holidays. 8he
was bridesmaid on Thursday night
for her friend. Miss,Elise. Brownlee,
wno was married to Mr. J. A. Sharp.
Miss Ruby Wllilford went to Clov
er, fi. c.. to anead ib? holidays with
Trien ds there.
Mr. H. Reid Sherard and Master
Reid, Jr., have retuned from a visit
to relatives la Im*
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Stringer had as
their guests for Thanksgiving day*
Mrs. A. R. Campbell, Mr. and Mrs.
Joel T. fHce, Mr. E, B. Bios sad Miss
Leda Poo re.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. M. Brown and
children, Mrs. ida Brown and Mrs. H.
Reid Sherard and children were the
guests of Mrs. Alice B. Latimer on
Thanksgiving day.
Miss* Nannette Campbell spent part
of Tuesday lu Anderson.
Mrs. WI H. Trammel 1 epent Friday
In Anderson.
Miss Lu Ja Chiles and her friends,
Mrs. Faci?s and Miss Vernelle Dar
gan of Anderson, wera cha guests ot
Mrs. W. H. Trammell for Thanksgiv
Mr. and Mrs. W. C Brown have as
their guests for Thanksgiving day Mr.
saul Mrs. J. T. West, /.ana Dean and
? Misses' Nannie and Bessie Wilson
sntertalaed some of their friends at
s delightful Thsnksalving dinner par
ty. The guests were: Misse* Mary
Clinkseeles, Jeanie Cox. Verina Mc
Daniel* Blanche jsnd May Pinson. ?
Mr. and Mrs. Will C Cllokecaloj
and family ara the sueste of Dr. and
Mrs. J. F. Shirley In Hones, Path to
Mrs. J. W. Washington entertained
in a delightfully informal way on
Thursday evening in honor of her
guests, Misses Hall and Ida May
Crenshaw of Pelser. Merry games
and delightful music by Miss Grace
Campbell passed the hours away all
too quickly. A delicious sweet course
waa served. The following guests
were present: Misses Hall. Ida May
Crenshaw, Polite Wright. Lottlo
Wright, Nanette Campbell, Mattie
Vandlver, Grace and Louise Campbell,
Messrs. Louis Seel. Ethan Frierson,
Walter Cox, Lewis Cox, Gilbert Camp
bell and Jones Washington of Pel
Mrs. W. R. Hsynie and children mo
tored down to Due Wost Friday to
spend the day with relatives.
Miss Kathryn Woodside of Green
ville will ?pend next week-end with
I her sister, Mrs. E. C. Frl?rson, in
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Brown and fam
ily and Mr. A. G. Cuthbert are spend
ing today with Mr. and Mrs. J. T.
Mrs. A. S. Fant entertained In a
most delightful way on Friday after
noon at her beautiful little home on
River street in honor of her sister,
Miss Edith Foster of Abbeville. Mrs.
Fan t's home was so bright and cherry
In its Christmas decorations of holly
and red. Pot plants added to thc
bright effect too and the lights with
their red shades gsve a beautiful mel
log glow to the scene.
The guests were met st the door
by Mrs. E. C. Frterson and Mrs. A. W.
Beggs. They were shown Into the
parlor where they were presented tb
the hostess and her slater, Miss Fos
ter. After a . short while had beep,
pleasantly spent lu conversation, pa
pers and pencils wero passed around
and the guests were requested to
answer the questions- on the papers.
One Bide contained questions relating
to the "Pilgrim ship" and the other
side "Nuts to crack."
After these were all answered Mrs.
E. C. Frierson and Mrs. A. W. Bogga
invited the guests into the dining
room where a tempting salad course
was served. Mrs. Jessie B. Lewis
poured coffee and Mrs. W. F. Mat tison
tea. Mints and cryatallsed ginger
were also served.
After everyone had been served they
all gathered together In the parlor to
hear the decision of the Judges in the
guessing contest. In a very charac
teristic manner Mrs. R Luther Park
er presented the prise, n lovely bas
ket of nuts, to Mrs. J. T. West, who
had been fortunate enough to answer
the largest number of questions cor
rectly. Mrs West presented the prise
td the charming honor guest and then
goodbyes were said and a delightful
party had come to an end.
Thoso who were . present' on thii
pleasant occasion were: Mesdames J
Clyde Green, Claude A. Graves, J. C
Adams, G. D. 8mlth, Harold Brear,
eale, Jessie. Lewis, Ross Mitchell
Chas. Horton, Joel Kay, Frank Mat'
U8C&4 0;" Kay, M. J. Cuuuiagham, W
D. Cox, W. E. Greer W. K. Stringer
C. G. Todd, E. C. Frierson. A. W
Boggs. W. C. Bowen, J. B. Adger. R
L. Parker, J. A. Singleton and Misse?
Erskine, Lula Terry. Mattie Vandlver
Nannette Campbell. Eva Stringer
Fosa Nlckles, Allie Gru* and Geor
gia Fant.
Mrs. W. F. Mattlson had aa he
guests for Thanksgiving day Mr. am
Mrs. W. E. Greer. Masters Fred am
Walter and Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Cox.
Miss Eva - Stringer spent part io
^ Men's Suits
Men and young, men,
be sure a/id iee th?
?re offering ki SUITS
Winter wear.
The Swellest designs,
Splendidly tailored
clothes at price s that
will ASTONISH yon.
$10, $12.50, $15,
$18, $2S and $25
Don't buy without
seeing these clothes!
The Up-to-Date Clothier
Friday in Anderson.
Mist Julia Blake, who la attending
Convere College, spent Thanksgiving
at her home in Belton, She was ac
companied by her., friends, Mieses
Faith, Simpson, Glass and Scales. Miss
Blake entertained for her guests On
Wednesday evening at a beautiful
tea party. . Covers were laid for 12
and Mr. L. D. Blake presided in. his
usual charming manner, making , all
the guests feel happy and at home.
Those -present wore: Mr. sad' Mrs; U
?. Blake, Misses Julia Blake, Faith.
Simpson, Class ana Scales and
Messrs. L. A. Werth,' Max Rice, Blair
Rice, Ethan Frlerson and Louis Seel.
Misa inane and ber guests return-'
ed to Bpartanburg Thursday evening.
Warns the Public
LONDON, Nov. 29^-(2:40 a. m.)
neuter's Petrograd correspondent
sends an official statement vhlck
warns the public to observo caution
in accepting rumors of a crushing
ftusBisn victory.
The statement says th J retreating
Germans are offering desperate r?
sistance and the battle liss not been
More Henea Fer Wer.
NEWPORT NEWS? Ve,, Nov.. 28,
With ' tho record cargo ot horses to
leave this port for tho.'war tone this
week, the British steamer Raphael
steamed today for Bordeaux,- France,
with 1.000 animals aboard. The horses
are said to. po for the ?se of the Brit
ish and lYeach cavalry.
Life Imprisonment. F
MACON, Qa,-, Nov.: 28.-A. W
Stokes, a. Macon lawyer, today was
found guilty of the murder July I
last of Magill Thomp?on, a contractor,
an don. recommendation ,of .the jury
was sentenced to life imprjsonmom.
stokes advanced tho pleas or seit de
fense and th? "unwritten law," de
claring on tho stend that Thopjpson
had broken .up his . home.
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Chero - Cola
Every Anderson Chero-Cola Grown it? of velue-equal value " ^?[?f?7 / ,
-in exchange for premium* as follows : \ sSS?ri*:'
No. 1-Boy's or man's cap. .. . . . . 12 Crowns /Si ' */^il
No. 2-Boy's or mans felt hat. . .. 36 " S^*^
No. 3-Combination watch feb and bottle opener 36 " f. S^^^rj1^
No. 4-Grocers Apron.. ".. 72 " f V
No. 5--Half dozen lead pencils.. 96 " XAtilirst ?S a \
No. 6-t dozen lead pencils. 175 " /great blessing \
No. 7-Bottle knife. .120 " /if yOU Y<^ get 1
No. 8-Combination knife and bortle opener .. 240 " # Cher?-Col?. Drink I
No. 9-Boy's or man's white coat.....300 ** 'J . . iii' . 1
No. 10-Large Wagon umbrella. 400 .< f ? from thQ bptfle- I
No. il-Hoe Safety razor, with six blades.. .. 6?.4 " I through a StraW. I
No. 12-Large wall clock...... ..... .... 1600. " I Always. Unif brm.' I
No. 13-io-year gold filled case, 7 jewel Swiss I perfectly deUc?OU&/
movement watch.245o " I - ' . ;; '?"
-26-ptcCc Set (Oak Chest) VVni. Rogers
Silverware.. ..
^hia Premium Of fer Expires
March 15tK 1915
Ia appreclsUon et your patronage we take pleasure ta offering tee
will find to be tee greatest Presaren ralees erar offered.. Urra* Pare,
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above list et Pr?salas*?, whleh yon
Wholesome end Refreshing t HERO?
Chero-?o)a $ot?mg Co.
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