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TH I CINTAUH COMTANr. Hil? VOM? C?TT.
If thrift does not come natural to you, cultivate it. Realize
the fact that every man who has a dollar put aside is a capi
VVe earnestly urge you to open an account with this bank
for any sum. Either a Checking or a Savings account, in ad
dition io being convenient encourages you not to use your
money except ?n a wise way.
The prosperity you enjoy today does not guarantee yow
prosperity tomorrow. Changes in the business and industrial
world may later on deprive you of yo; ; present measure of
We Pay Interest On Deposits.
PEOPLES BANK OF ANDERSON
The month of June is the fly month. With the
advent of the flies in great numbers, the demand for
screen doors and window screens increases.
Screens are no longer a luxury-they are a neces
sity. ; ' > , tt i
We have complete stock of all sizes and styles
of screen doors and windows. The saving effect
ed by buying in carload lots, enables us to make
prices that will warrant your favoring us with your
You can get just what you want at prices that
will please you.
SULLIVAN HARDWARE CO.
Low Round-trip Rate? for Everybody Offered by th?
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY
"The Progrewive Railway of the South."
To San Francisco and San Diego, Salif.-Panama-Pacific Inter
national Exposition, and Panama-California Exposition, 1915.
To Athens, Ga.-Summer School, University of Georgia, June
28-July 3i, 1915.
For specific rate, schedules.or other information, call on SEA
BOARD Agents or write
C. S. COMPTON, FRED GEISSLER, .:
*T. P. A., S. A. L. Rwy,, Atst. Gen. Passenger Agent,
Atlanta, Ga. Atlanta, Ga.
Let me send yow FREE PERFUME
Write ioday for a te.tin? bottle of ?
ED: PIN AUD'S LILAC
* aVomterr*ind bath, fl
to ttNufrwrhMi Write today.
PARFUMERIE ED. PZNAUD, Department M. H
ED, MNAUD BUUMNO - HEW YORK fi
Mr. W. H. Mullinax. rushier of thc
Farmers und M ero li ant bank at Iva.
paused through AuderHon yesterday
on tn? way tu Charleston where he
will attend the Stale Hankers As
?lr. W. I>. Dodd o? Walhalla was
a business visitor in Anderson yes
Mr. und Mrs. J. W\ 1-aiuberth and
Misa Sadie Melxjiiald were lu the city
yesterday from Iva.
Dr. Redfern of Clemson College was
among the business visitors in Ander
Rev. M. M. McCuen of i'elzer spent
a few hours in the city yesterday.
Mr. P. M. Stone of Donalds was
iu Audersou yesterday attending to
Mrs. Walter H. Heese and daugh
ter, Miss Ruth, ure visiting in Hart
Mrs. T. D. Cooley of Lowndesvllle
was among the shoppers lu the city
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hale, of
Greenville, ?pent Sunday in Ander
tun with friends.
Mr. W. M. Walker has returned
from WaynoBvllle, N. C., where he
spent the past few days.
Miss May Yeargln of iva passed
through Anderson yesterday en route
to Tock Hill where she will attend
the summer school at Winthrop Col
Mr. A. P. Spence went to Green
Mr. and Mrs. W. Dean Simpson
motored to Due West Sunday where
they visited relatives.
Mr. Walter H. Reese and Mr. S.
M. Balles spent Sunday in Hartwell.
Mr. W. P. Cook and son, Master
Edward Cook, of Iva, were in the city
Mr. Sam D. Harper, manager of
W^ A. Power's grocery store, is spend
ing a few days in Charleston.
Mr.'and Mrs. P. B. Galley, Jr., of
Iva were in the city yesterday after
Mrs. W. R. Mullinax and her sis
ter, Miss Auderey Snipes, of Iva, pass
ed through Anderson yesterday on
their way to Belton where they will
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Anderson pass
ed through the city yesterday en route
to their home in Iva after a visit to re
latives near Spartanburg.
Mr. T. K. Roper left yesterday af
ternoon for Charleston where he will
spend a few days.
Mr. L. L. Parks. Jr.. who is a
Junior at West Point Military acade
my, arrived in Anderson yesterday to
visit his mother, Mrs. L. L. Parks
in North Anderson.
A Mistake Made by Many.
Don't walt tor rheumatism to indi
cate diseased kidneys. When you suf
fer pains and aches by day and sleep
disturbing bladder weakness by night,
reel tired, nervous and run down, the
kidneys and bladder should be re
stored to healthy, strong and regular
action. It is a mistake to postpone
treatment. Foley Kidney Pills put
the kidneys in soud, helthy condition
and keep them active and strong. Be
gin taking today. Good reBults fol
low the first dose. Evans Pharmacy.
MARRIAGE THIS MORNING
Mr. Hood M<. Geer to Be Married ia
Mr. Hood M. Geer, son of Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Geer of Anderson, ls to
be married this morning at 9 o'clock
In Greenwood to Miss Ruth Greene.
Mr. Geer graduated at the Ander
son high school in 1908, and since that
time hes been employed with the Wise
Granite and Construction company, he
being now located tn Savannah, Ga.
He came to Anderson yesterday after
noon and went on to Greenwood.
He has many friends tn this city who
will tender their best wishes.
Best thing for constipation, sour
stomach, lexy liver and sluggish
bowels. Stops a sick headache al
most at once. Gives a most thorough
ai.d satisfactory flushing-no pain, no
nausea. Keeps your system cleansed,
aweet and wholesome.-R. ' W.
Welchecht. Salt Lake City. JJ tah,
writes: "I find Cltrolax the best lax
ative I ever used. Does not gripe
no unpleasant after-effects." Evans
Greatly Benefited by Chamberlain's
"I have used Chamberlain's Lini
ment for sprains, bruises and rheu
matic pains, and the great benefit I
have received justifies my recom
mending It in the highest terms,"
writes Mrs. Florence Slife, Wabash,
Ind. It you are troubled with rheu
matic pains you will certainly be
pleased with the prompt relief which
Chamberlain's Liniment affords. Ob
Kentucky Editor-Better go easy on
ColonEireater this lBBue. |
Asslstuut-Has be made any
Kentucky Editor-No; he hasn't ut
tered a word. That's what worries
"Bread cast on the waters will re
turn Borne day. Don't you think so,
"Some h/ead might," replied her
husband cautiously. "Some bread
Sho Can't Get a Grip.
Young Bachelor-Why on earth do
you put oil on your hair, old man?
It's such a filthy habit, and
Middle Aged Married Man-Walt un
til you're married, my boy, and then
"Why did the ladles in the days of
chivalry give their gloves to the
"I suppose lt was to show they had
an admirer on hand."
"Of course we must have a watch
dog of the treasury."
"Not yet. What we want is a few
good BL. pherd dogs to chase the funds
"Why do you go BO fast when you
take that prospective customer out
In your machine?"
"Because he wants speed, and I'm
out for the dust."
"Mr. Smith, to whom you were talk
ing BO much, ls a married man."
"Oh, I know that."
"How did you know Ur"
"By the way he listened."
A LONG WA / AHEAD.
She-Papa wants me to wait until
[ am thirty before I get married.
He-If you're like most girls, you
#111 never admit you're thirty.
Better Late Than Never.
"I don't believe in early weddings,"
Her mother ?aid: "tfa all too soon."
'Tm quite ajreed," her daughter an
"I'm willing to wed at noon."
Smart Set Comparisons.
"Why should you regard yourself aa
ber social superior? Her family is aa
distinguished as yours?"
"Yes, but my alimony ia much
- Fatal to Bachelorhood.
He-Do you think kissing ls aa dan
gerous as the doctors say?
She-Well, lt has certainly put an
end to a good many bachelors, at any
Small Daughter-Dad, did the doe*'
tor bring my little ?later?
Small Daughter-Dad, would you
mind trying another doctor next time?
First Chauffeur-Who waa that fel
ler you ran over?
Second Ditto-I guess lt must o'
been th' gums eater at the vodjprllla
theater. Look at that tire!
Caller-Pardon me. slr. but ls there
another art U t in thia building?
Arlst-Ther* 1? ?ofc There ls, how
ever, a man on the fourth floor who
"Professor, you seem Interested la
tay Jelly cake."
"Yes;** said the eminent geolotfat,
"yon seldom see such regular sad
sharply defined strata."
An "Old Sweeth eart" Bridesmaid.
Dear Margaret: You'" be aston
ished to receive my picture as Syl
via's bridesmaid. Yes, Sly via has
been wooed and won and wedded! A
husband carried her off yesterday for
the moon of honey.
Sudden? A month ago she didn't
know bim- The gossips are still bab
bling with the story of how it hap
Hear now the manner of Sylvia's
You know Sylvia is said to be the
image of her grandmother when a
The grandfather of Sylvia's 'new
husband was a "dabbler" in painting,
besides being a financier. He met
and loved Sylvia's grandmother long,
long years ago, runs the romance that
has just come to. light. He painted
a portrait that he prized because it
had the gray-eyes, the gold hair and
the sweet face of that "Sweetheart
of his." Others prized at as an ex
quisite, blt of atr.
It came about that those long-ago
lovers married-the omnipresent
"somebody else." So the "old sweet
heart" portrait with gray eyes, gold
hair and quaint frock was hung
away in the gallery, just like any
other portrait, and there is hung for
Robert, hts little grandson, used,.
tor g af tor, to stand before that por
trait and call lt "my sweetheart,"
and when he- grew up and wept to
college he still called that picture in
the gallery "my sweetheart." Robert
rame home from his travels this
spring. At the Carlton dance be met
a alrl marveloual yilke that old por
trait-gray eyes, gold bair, afn?
sweet face. The next day he led his
grandfather to. the portrait in the
gal lt ry and asked:
"Who is the lady in the sweet
heart picture? I danced with her
duuble last night."
"Her name was Sylvia," said the
"Her name ls Sylvia!" exclaimed
"She was an old sweetheart of
mine," said the grandfather.
"And she is-she ls expecting me
to call this afternoon!" And Rob
er! strode away as do lovers in
Vivat thing we knew came a wed
ding, a wedding all to be traced back
to that "old sweetheart" portrait, even
to the inspiration of the gowns, Syl
via, the bride, her bridesmaids, and
flower girls were arrayed old timey
Uko the portrait of Sylvia's grand
mother, whom Robert's grandmother
And I, even I, Sylvia's oldest
friend, was her "old sweetheart"
maid of honor. Behold me lu light
green taffeta and sliver lace in that
old fashioned mode, so happily for
this very- wedding come back asl
.the newest of the new for this June's
Old fashioned-new fashioned are
my pinched In waist, with really
whaleboned seams; my wide gathered
skirt, the 'tabs and scallops, sleeve
caps and lace bertha. Still in the
scheme are the green rad pink roses
down the front, the quaint leghorn
bat trimmed with green ribbon and
pink roses, and even the little Ivory
fan. Robert's gift 'to eaelr brides
Now lt's all over and I've been
maid of honor at Sylvia's "old sweet
heart" wedding, it amuses me to won
der if any one ever painted my grand
mother's portrait. However, Sylvia
threw herb rldal bouquet and-1
caught it. Yours ever,
The Best of Meats, Fish and
We ?re ont here on West Market street, entirely out of the
High Rent District, where we can, and will five you as good
or better meats, fish, and country produce as any one else can
-and at quite . Big Saving in price. m
Our Delivery Service Is Very Good Indeed.
Try Us Once, And Be Convinced!
S. C. HAYNIE and R. E. TUCKER, Props,
457 W. Market Phone 887.
Regular 25c Size.
TWO Bottles For
IF yOU EAT .
can't afford to
miss this sale
When in Anderson eat at the
Fine Cooking and Spacial
Dishes each day
G. D. ANTONOKAS, Prop.
TOD CAN CHOOSE the meat best
suited to your requirements and we
will cut lt exactly aa you request it.
It you don't hare time to select per
sonally THE MEATS for your.table
you should send your orders to us.
' We give every order carefu) atten
tion and will send you only choice
cuts of the best meats. Try our
The Lily White Market
J? N. LI NHS AT, Proprietor?.
This is the- time ot the year
when ypu are putting away
your blankets, comforts, winter
Don't make the mistake of
packing them away soiled.
Have them cleaned and reno
vated first They will not only
be ready for instant use when
you Vant them, but you'll find
they will keep a lot better
wont attract moths so easy
.either, for we get all of the
grease out ot thom.
Don't put the work off till
later and then forget lt.
Mr.'J. C. Duckworth ot Pendleton
was a business visitor in Audexsjo