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An "EXTRA" always means
something unusual; and this
is not the exception which
proves the rule. In r Ution
to the many real b^?<*ms
prepared, and already ad?
vertised, for our Great
Thanksgiving Sale we have
others which will pay you
well far shopping here Mon
day. Lack of time will pre
vent our naming them all,
but we must mention a few
in the Ready-io-Wear sec
tion. Our Mr. George Bailes
secured these bargains while
in New York this week, . and
they have only just arrived
Qne lot ot White Lingerie WaUls beautifully trimmed. _
Regular $1.00 waists, Monday.OV/C
, Taffeta Waists
One lot of Satin striped Taffeta Wulsts. These are well worth
' the. regular price of $3.00. Monday they go $2 00
One lot of Silk Plaid Waists. These come In every combination
worn tilla Pall. They are popular everywhere at regular prices,
so these $3.00 waist* will not linger long at our &9 Aft
Special for Monday of_.. ..?p&i?vPVr
. We picked up a cracking good bargain of Middy Blouses;, made
in plain white, and white with colored trimmings. They lace up
the side, and are being worn everywhere this Pall. A good va|ue
at $1.00, and Monday we have marked them ^ 50c*
, Serge Skirts ,
'We secured a lucky purchase of navy blue, all wool Serge Skirts,
trimmed with two pockots and buttons. This serge Is woven with
double warp, so it will prove exceptionally serviceable. These'
skirts would bring $3.00 any where. Here Monday &9 fkfk
they go at.V?.UU
We bought a big lot of Black Coat Suits, made-up
in Nifty Styles; trimmed in braid and buttons, weil,
worth $12.50. They would bring that price 'any
.where and at any ?me. Extra
Special here Monday. . .
G. H. BAILES, Proprietor.
"Buster Brown and His Dog "Tige"
1 The real live "sure -'nuff" BuBter Brown wlil be here at the:Bee
Hive Monday. Be sure to bring the children. Souvenirs, also. .
AbwhiUly Ne* u? Stiic?y ??deni WASHINGTON
Opposite Capitol sad Union Station D?'C?
Renowned for ito High Service and Low Rates.
A lOOm P?rday without hath ffil-KQ ^??
per day With bath $2.00 nod np |
Ail Rooms Outside g *
W? More Could ?fte Ask
? v <-?'
?Ht I' IT V The quality of the Coal I seil ls the-BKST. :
U A lia & 1 There's None Retter..
.M^y^ iall. TWO THOUSAND pounds. |
? ? '-^vyatt tho'lO'Coal Maa* ls thc VO^tAM
' ? Phone 182 '^?^^?
COMMON PLEAS COURT
JURORS WERE DRftWH
SESSION WILL BEGIN MON
DAY MORNING DE
JMAY BE TWO WEEKS
Can Last That Long if That Much
Time Be Necessary to Clear
Up All Cases.
Jurors -were drawn yesterday morn
ing to eerve during the first week of
court of common pleas which con
venes on Monday morning, Decem
ber 6. Their names are as fol
G. J. Meredith, Fork.
J. 1:1. Sadler, Savannah.
J. P. Latham, Hail.
J. E. Gain broil, Pendleton.
Jeff Cromer, Fork.
J. H. Ballard, Pendleton.
L. Li. Wright, Honea Path.
Z. C. Ballentino, Broadaway.
S. E. Beeks, Williamston.
B. N. Hutto, Varennes.
J. T. Howard, Varennes.
D. A. Reed, Martin.
J. A. Evatt, Garvin,
h: T. Campbell, Centervllle
J. A. Bouchillon, Centervllle.
C. E. Kl ma ey, Anderson.
C. P. Hanks, Corner.
. J. P. Acker, Belton.
C. E. Keys, Hopewell.
G. B. Townsend, Anderson.
W. F. White, Brut?hy Creek.
A. D. Jones, Belton.
J. M. Balley, Broadway.
W. W. Wallace, Anderson.
O. C. Bannister, Belton.
Ella? J. Earle, Savannah.
Jno. W. Ashley, (Martin.
A. S. plasters, Varennes.
D. E. Brown, CenterviUe.
W. E. Davjln, Honea Pfc*h.
J. G. Bryant, Williamson.
Jno. Hard, Wi ll i ams; ton .
R. G." Todd, Rock Mills.
J. N. Phillips, Williamston.
B. R. aeKton
R. R. Keaton, Martin.
A. W, Kay, Anderson. .
AT THE THEATRES
?The Prince of Pilsen.n
Music lovers will be delighted to
welcome the enormous all star revival
of t? o popular musical comedy, "Tho
Prince of PIlBen," when lt is seen at
the Anderson theatre on Tuesday
evening with Jess Dandy tho origi
nal "Hans Wagner". In his famqua
"The. Prince of Pilsen" Is always &'
favorite. The fame of its melodlea
are now world wide. The music pub
lishers report over a milson copies
have been sold ot the favorite songo
Including, "Ti ve . Tale of the Sea
Shell," "Heidelberg," "Keep It Dark."
"The Song of the Cities" and "The
Message of the Violet."
After the first two years of unin
terrupted success in this ' country,
nearly a year of which Was taken up
with the remarkable and memorable
run at the Broadway theatre, .Now
York, "T?ie Prince Of Pilsen" was
sent to London for ? run at tho
Shaftesbury theatre. Since then it
has continued to be a great, favorite,
with the English public as it has' been
on wis side of the ocean." It has had
two seasons in Sonta Africa and was
also produced successfully ' in Ger
many, -France and Australia.
The x>|?mbers of - tho present or
ganization are na-d to bave been chos
en with the single Idea of providins
tilo best performance possible. Jess
Dandy, a comedian of distinctly in
dividual methods, will again bo seen
aa "Hans Wagner," the German Brew
er, and-it is the concensus of critical
opinion that his Impersonation is a
masterpiece nf cornie- characteriza
tion.' Miss Maybel Harris, D'ro well
known comedienne, is the .wily and
roguish widow to whom tho jolly
brewer finally capitulates,. "Edith,"
a sweet role calling for a fine colora
tura voice is delightfully played end
sung hy. Miss Florence Hensel, *n
accomplished singer. The. public
will find In Edward T. Moro, who
has been the. Prince of Pilsen since
the original production, un excellent
Singer .and actor, .' Earle HcHafile
will sing the part of Lord Somerset;
George Myers, will be seen aa tie nim
ble French (walter, Francois; while
Irene vbuko, Frenchlry fehle and an
ontrauclng dsncer in -Sidonia, the,
pert' little French lady's, maid. To
gether Mr. .Mayers and Miss. Duke do
& whirlwind daae* that is ful? of
dashing abandon - and grotesque agili
ty. -Dorothy Delmore, the original
Wi boy^ Helen ' FltePfttrick/ Vera
Fat st, HJaocus Carvel, Daisy Grant.
Frank 'MacEwan. .and others go to
mt>,ke up an attractive array bf princi
pals^ Tie^cl^ ?lH?, isba sholl, girls,
bathing girls and golf g4rls, Jtogeth?r
;Wltb the Heidelberg students la the
famous "Stein Song," are said to make
ono of tho handsomest ??d beat elng
tnsi ;chonuse3 on the AmeMcnn m?si
ca)' comedy stage. /.The special Or
chestra will be aider tte direction of
Victor G??rk.v <.-,.'.;.?. .
Oarkeuing tho Sweets in lando*
No KSfeet. ; . ' \
London; Nov, SO.-There has beoh
.wvlhcreaao, lia crime In London us a
twrult of the darkening ot the streets,
says a-report' from tho superintend
ent of police. .
'X?m*mjW&t offenses but
a steady decrease since;tim
of th#Vwa?< : The; one exceptftlftJl.
poctet-plcklng during the
Lord Derby, wil'i tlie consent of |
Premier Asquith of Great Britain, bas
issued a statement in which conscrip
tion ls threatened for'Nov. ag. Ho
waa given authority some . time ago
to try out a plan for volunteer en
listment, but it ha3 not proved us I
successful as he hoped. He now says
unless the men physically and finan
cially flt como forward In outTlclont
numbers by Nov. 30 conscription will
be resorted to.
* LEBANON SCHOOL ?
?fr . *l
At a meeting bf .the Lebanon School
Improvement'association held Novem
ber 6th, lt was .decided tc hold the
meetings only once a month during
the winter months instead of semi
month ty as heretofore.
lt was further decided at this meet
ing to froid- tho Lebanon community
fair in .September, ot next year. A
prize of ten dollars will be awarded
for 4he best kept' premises, including
the'yard, or eli ard, and especially the
front grounds, . The slogan 1B, "Make j
, Wo'want .every one who wishes tb j
enter this contest to ho present at j
the next.meeting to enter their nam?s,
Cet,'. Thb contest. Will be open to all
within the st?ico?^dls.trtct. We are j
to have an expert inspect premises 1
about the middle of December to nee
things' in.their present condition. The
winner of tho ' prtee will be decided
September 1st-, uBi '
' The nott meeting of the association
will be held on Saturday- before the
first Sunday in December at 2 o'clock,
p. m. Th? programm?t this meeting
will be for the. honorary members,
and! wo* hope, to make' it very attrac
tive and in teres tine:. Wo. trust al!
the members .will .bo pr?sent at this
meeting in Decemher,-.
Woodrow Wilson, American.
This classification !s 'given thc pres
ident by The Philadelphia .Record and
It Is broucij.iL forward by the evi
dences of tho organized attack on
him .by f?relgnera'-?i this country.;
which same- attach, The R?cord holds,
removes whatever of .?-doubt there
may have been as to the're-election
Of Pr?sident Wilson.' Our ,Philadel
phia^ contemporary lavs.,.''?.'down;- the
prupmnron ami air. wilson has acted
from first to last as cm American, the
guardian of- American Interest*, and.
back ; of.. them, of : tho fundamental
principles ? of international law, ?nd
humanity. '-Gormans'have 'coinplain
od that ho sides with the allies. The
friends of ' tho latte;1 "complain that
he lacks energy in dealing with Ger
many '. iy-Jsi two1* 'complaints cancel
.each other. Mr. Wilson is. not ect
tltg in tho interest of Germany or pf
-.lite United States of America, whe-se.1
?oferests this iuhctu*^*^",*h6r" *'
the world." An organization Tho
Record ts pleased to cull .the Anjur
cah ralsfehood society, sent Presi
dent Wilsen a telegram tauntlptr bim j
with the, suggestion shat the election
of William Bennett, .a Bcpnblleau. to
congress, ?was In rebuke to WiCsoi's
pro-British policies, but .The Rcccrd
recalls that tho Bennett mentioned hr
?he inmo who was elected to th?
Fifty-ninth-.congress;, was elected to I
??l^t??eth By a majority of 31284 over
Ms Democratic competitor, and to the
Slxty-fhTitycongTe*9 by a majority ot
8.02S votes'over William McAdoo It
tf:t?r^r*ldiec)lne8 io^be' impressed by
Sp^eleciiion a third : tlmo. The Re
cord zhakes the point that no man
governed/fey: passionate love for Ger
many;"^ftrbvor noble as a personal
*1|?&i?%?o?Vhy .n^ldaato hatred tor
???&end.. ho matter what historical
basra th?To^?v be^c*"-ft; is flt to toll
AjK?Hcans ; what theft : Interests ste.
Wr,whom they ^11,-hav^yfor ' Pr?si
dent and whether.*lt Mnt?Tfmei?r
mahn^ yrho . love* ^QWrmahy. or Jere
ia&h A, O'Leary,' - vWho . ' rhate? > Kng
lsfed, ho cannot OT*OTd^natO. tho In*,
tercets and independent policies ot
th? V?it?d States At*\hffecUd?s and
hatreds brought hero from Butfopo.
As Senator TOomajs ^pt Colorado
ibas refcardlug OT^ary** ieleg^mi
> bumper or to barry an admin'
ration-'la-, times like these, ^ by
movement? designed to ?Id or io .in
jure foreign goverraasnts, is? tresA
BY INSURANCE PEOPLE
Commissioner McMaster Gives
Figures in His Annual Report
^'Therefore at the present time the
life Insurance companies of other
states hove invostyd In all forms of
South Carolina investments obout $23,
000,000," sayo F. H. McMaster, in
surance (commissioner in a section of
Ms annual report to tho legislature.
He says: On December 21, 1914, tho
life, fire and miscellaneous insurance
coi., paules liconsed in South Carolina
had total investments In South Caro
lina state, coainty and municipal
bonds, real estate mortgages and
banks deposits maintained continuous
ly for six month:-, or $15,438,000.'
On June 30, 1916. six months there
after, these companies had a total of
The lifo insurance companies aione
on December 31, 1914, had total in
vestments in the securities named of
$12,733,000. On June 30. liar,, this
sftowB an increase of $902,000 in six
months. This ls ?a very satisfactory
increase when lt ls recalled that when
tho insurance department was es
tablished the total investments of all
of these companies amounted to only
The increase in investments by tho
life insurance companies was wholly
In real estate mortgages, these being
increased in tfjo six months 'from
$9,781,000 in December to $10,005.
000 in June. There was a Blight in
crease in bond holdings of 4 about
$65,000. There was a falling off' in
bank deposits of about $1,000.
Some of tho details of the invest
ments by lifo insurance companies
aro to bo found in the table showing
tho returns of Ufo insurance com .
punies for the semi .annual purled
ending Juno 30, 1915, published in
this volume. In addition to tho $12,
733,000 of investments in state, coun
ty and municipal bonds, first mort
gages of real estate and bank de
posits fc'.iOEO lifo insurance companies
had loaned on June 15, lCi5, on tho
.security of policios alono about $8.?|
530,000. The details of this aro pub
lished in this volume. In addition
to theso, certain of the life insurance
companies hold interstate railroad
-bonds which on a mileage basis
weald entitle thom to a credit cf a
total of about $7,O0O,*G0o Ss South
Ii- crotore at tho present time the
life insurance companies ot other
Elates have invested in all forms ot
1 South . Carolina investments about
$23,000,000 * This approximates very
nearly' the. South Carolina reserves
held by' these companies. J ' \
It must not be understood, however,
that the reserves represent the en-,
tire funds which' South Csvs?Ms.ns
have . contribu?'.? d to those oompan
'03. The' surplus funds i<eld by
these companies in duo proportion her
long to South Carolinians also. How
ever, It does awaken a feeling of
satisfaction to realise that the re
serves which represent' largely the
savings on Vivs policies are now prac
tically mvested tn South Carolina se
curities. .'; And more particularly ls
satisfaction felt when It Is realized
that, the Investments in state, county
and municipal bonus auu reai ests??
mortgages has Increased Sn six
j years from about $325,000 to over
Tho amount of investments will
probably increase iroro T*QT io .year
for it has been found that when tho
companies establish - loan agenci?
l?aos continue brough these ngench?
without regard, to the. reserves, whiff
belong to a particular state. '. it is;fo.
ba hoted that the increase in -invest
ment n during the six months ending
June 30, 191C, as compared with the
amount held December il, 1914, shows
an increase of eight per cent. Like
wise, It will be found that tho in
crease in policy loans for the same
period was about the same amountv
At the present time South Carolinians
bare borrowed approximately 29 per
cnnt of their reserves on the security
of tho policies alone.
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WRE "CMMRETS' IF
Best for liver and bowels, bad
breath, bad colds, sour
Get a 10-cent box.
Bick headache, biliousness, coated'
tongue, he-?.d and noao clogged up
with n cold-always trace thia to tor
pid liver; dcayed, Xermentlng food in
the bowels o. sour, gassy stomach.
Poisonous matter clogged In the In-,
tes tin es, instead of being cast out ot
the system ia re-absorbed Into the,
blood.. When this poison reaches the.
delicate brain tissue it causes conges
tion arid that dull, throbbing, sicken
.Cascarete inimedlateiy cleanse tho
stomach, remove tho sour, undigested
food andi foul gases, fake the execs:
bile from tho liver and carry ont nil
the co n s ti paed waa to tn at to r and pois
ons In the bowe?.
A Casearet tonight will ; surety
straighten you out by morning. Thoy
[work while you Sleepia Id-cent box
Ijfiwm your druggist means your hoad
clear, stomach sweet and your- tiver
sad bowels regular for months.
For th!? American
Feast, we are pre
pared to serve you
everything in the line
of Fancy and Staple
Groceries that you
could possibly ex
pect an Up-to-Date
Grocer to keep in
cF?gs, raisins, currants, grapes, oranges, apples, crys
talized cherries, pineapple and ginger, celery, cranber
ries, mince-meat, plum-pudding, cakes, cheese, high grade
coffees and teas, etc. etc.
Phone us-let us suggest tempting relishes
and edibles. //' can probably help you.
D W ARD ? VE R ETTI! L L MO R E
very thing JOverybody J,
AT THE BIJOU THEATRE EVERY WEDNESDAY.
We are recommending our 10-1-0
and 10-2-0 and 10-2-?-0 for wheat
and oats this fall when you sow it.
This will give, it. stalk and grains in the '
head, and that it what you want in grain, if
you will sow five acres-in wheat and five in
bats this fall, after preparing the land well
and fertilizing it well with either of these
goods^ you w ill find . it advantageous, The
lO-2-?rO is an especially fine goods for grain?
Let us hear from you.
Anderson, South Carolina^
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Hf RED SHIRT LCJJgJj i
w?Br)lt'* something tho horses and mules Wtc-^jes iheru an ^^^g
MBSS-appetite-starts the ?diva running and ?i& flip
?Slf Sarsuperior to an all grain feed. Give your horses and Kftg|g.
^SgSF mules a trent, and at the same time save money. !-*\il"-j?vfBB '
W? Our RED SHIRT (first grade) Horse and Mule Molasses; ff?, raff k
W& icS^M Corn, Oati Ground Alfalfa, inade appetizer with salt l|g
M mssm HORSE rani a?iisas HEP fsri^-&%a\rtfef
@ lift ; Carfcohydrnt? 65%. ,. Brf ff
PFRFFXT?QN HORSE ? MLLE FEED &SSSg%?tt !
Pint Grafel A Wentel ?th? ?"taL?naJS?!?^
MlEDSBn,:HOG FEED ?S?^t?^ I
M W* ??ofertar? ?fe* EBD SBlUr BcxmUh F??d ?ARM? ^W&gf^J*?J? j
m nSiita ?re? Fat4?0? ru,? ii%j c*rb*hr<l?us 499?,. J|g