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SPECIALS IN IO DAYS SALE
$1.00 Llq^.Abrar.d shirt.. . AU new stock, end best quality, Sale
price. IM . ; *.-..._... .75c
Cogent White Dress Shirt, good value, at..,.39c
$4.50 Men's press Pants, Special..; ...*'. .$3.48
82.50 Men's Dress Pants, Special_..$1.98
Ten Doz. Jeans Pants, Regular Si.25 value at..98c
$t.o6 Quality, All Wool Serges, In all colors at..,..75c
50c qualitji Serge... Extra good value, at.............39ic
Regular 8c Ginghams at.1. .Sc
Dress Ginghams at..,...6c ,
White Homespun, Regular 8c quality at,..Sc
Some Unusual Valued in-Fal! Coat Suits
Striking new models in serge gabardine and .french broad
cloth* ?^t?rhjg the^ew box coat effects and furjor braid trim
mings.- " VSome. hanasome s.nd striking,models ?itfthe popular
new shades of crow wing blue, tiela mouse gray, Russian
green, French blue,' navy blue And black. Wid.e choice of
styles at.$2/48, to $18.00
Some piain tailored with separate belts; -others braid trim
med with pockets. Navy and black gabardines ar? the popu
lar styl?s:?*?8pet?ul'at. ......... .. . y.. ..... .... .$3.48
ANDERSON Wi Wm COMPANY
' Anderson, ?5* C. ... 107 Main Street.
2 5 for 25c
THE ANDERSON FLORAL GO.
PHONE 911 683 MARSHALL AVE.
V ?'- MEMBER OP FLORISTS TELEGRAPH DELIVERY " .
IW^E W^T; ;; YOU W?NT I
Your trade ' The best coal i
Your confidence A reasonable price ? ? H.
Yoiir good will A prompt delivery ' . !1
i> imi III iMMi'i Him i ^i i lii ?iii?^ii III'I i atara
^?ff?ff?Wiffimr - - ? 'ii liln II if' f Vii Ml ul i wi'' "t i ? fr
I have a tann 7 miles? out of Greenwood that has
an eight room brick fcotwe, ali put buildings, a good. .
barn; two tenant houses. Building alone worth'
: $3,000.00. Tract; contains 86 acres.
You con buy this valuable tami for $5,000.00.'
Fifw en hundred dollars down, rest on terna?.
il? H. G. LOVE
Real ?state Over fiuhbardV Jewe?irsr Store
Capital an? Swln? S180j000.00 ,
Collections Given Pron?>6 Att?nt??a
Ellison A. Smyth, W, E. Greer,
i^^Mwtdeut. . ? V.-P. and Cashier.
::\ ? ??' H. it.. Campbell,. Asst.. Cashier, r
?.?/'<;? iv. , >.. Dining Room- Set
Highly Polished Genuine. Quarter S?We? Oak
Buffet, ??i?na Cabinet, Serving Table, Eight K ? i i
Chairs, Eight Foot Table /.-';
?' An elegant Christes p?p??mv We have "others in different
woodbind/other 'finr?fe*^4'sty?e? at l?sspri?ev .>::.:.
WILL BE GIVEN THIS EVEN
ING BEGINNING AT 7:30
I N V I T AT I ON S
j Haye Been Issued to City Officials,
, T-ie banquet th!? evening given by
the overseers and assistant overseers
of the Anderson will gives promise ot
heilig a great affair and will doubtless ;
I bo well attended',
Invitations. readiag as follows hayo j
been. Issued 'to Mayor Godfrey, the j
aldermen, members of tho fire depart- j
ment,; pastors of the city, stiiool ofll
! clahv'. lawyers,' newspaper men and
T?te mill officials of Anderson Cot
ton mills request your presence at
.jth?ir: annual ? ?'banqaet Friday even
?ng, DeceWbcr 3, 1915, at 7:30 o'clock
at ! the ? mill : hall, Anderson, South
Among the speakers of the evening
will ito Dr. John E. 'White,,Dr. W. ,
H. -Fraser, Tl "Frank Watkins . andi
A.. Hi Dagnall. : .~ I
A 'number bf yoting 'ladles will bo |
present and' will see that everyone
is served properly. ' '
?The Oldest Aetor."
Duringa the'Boston .engagement of
"Back Home/' S?lita Solano, drama
tic critic ot the BoBton Traveler, turn
ed up - some unco?:?monly interesting
facto concerning Theodore Hamilton,
j.. Theodore Hamilton, who plays Gid
eon Gill in "Back Home," ls the ql?t?i.
actor oh the American stage today. !
Maying been born ?a 1836 at Baltimore,
I Md:, writes Miss Solano. . His expert*
; enees would make a more interesting
I book than any novel'of fiction. It was i
when Mr. Hamilton was a printer's,
apprentice of 13 years' that he knew
Edgar Allan Poe in Baltimore. Thb
poet was accustomed to dropping in
to the printing omeo every afternoon
to drink . of a bottle'of whisBtey with
socze cronies, it must he Admitted.
Then in jovial mood, he would. Chat j
with tlie . boy. Net long afterward j
he ' died, and - young Hamilton was ene;
of 13-arid'the only one living now-?]
td stand at his grave at the burial;
cervices. . . -
: In 18G5 Mr. Hamilton serVed-in the
<&Xit war in theist and, 8th;.Virgtois,
?and fought at Bull Bun. That famous
battle vras-at ita height , when Gear
r.:7?igsticeet'r.ro tho :edge*.?f-*fl'
wood; There i":o spied Hamilton Klaud
ing behind a. tree, loading-and firing-as
rapidly as he could, y? .
. '.".What are.you doing there?" shout- .
cd tho general: ,
"Don't bother mo, general/ I'm kill- j
lng a Vank'eo with every bullet," an
swered Hamilton. It was only- after
the battle waa over that (?le discovered
oe . h?d ' placed :?oven- cartrlJjea--the.
aiii.i&ahionsd kind that wcj-o bitten
apart before use-upsido dpwu in his
musket and ail wore ;unfIred ;.. ;' '
"T. don't midd'admittlng that I wa?
s^-rd to dcathi'-''laughs Gio actor; I
. Thirty-'!, roe yea:.? -aftarward. Gie
SpcT-i.?Bh'war broke o?i^?ro day Ham-1
' ''.^^g&s ?o fight ??sin, ??^
ii ton'i" asked: his Old commander.
"I'm thinking of it, sir."
? .f?W?ill; If:y?u go; to' Ciib? you had
better, takp your tree alohgr-thoy. are' i
'scared ;there; ?'m'told.'v.
Wai?? Mri Hixmilton hai bt?&rt but' a
abort .time onthe<stage; ho appeared
?wltff Ida "yerhon, ploying Borneo t?lier;
Juliet-the.; first Gem: either bf^Ke']
"n??p^y'ten/.?iad "reed' ?;'?l?e "bf shakes- .
peate bbf?ro:?i? ^?dioiic?. This was'ln
1862-68 in.Mobile, Ala.'.Th?- *e two are,
tho only ones>bf, that company,' now
alive. Mr; Hamilton had tho. good for
tune.Jo play with Edwin ' Bootu bad
appeared in "Hamlet" with him iii rv
Ulmes ht"; Boothes tbca'tre, New Yorit,
ndobling the parts of che king and tho
ghost. -He has -in his boasesslon a let-,
itst written by John Wilkes Booth, tue
brother ?bf Edwin, tho night before bb
^?Mis3ina*ed'lincoln'.; Mr.. Hamilton
>tpt??d :??e'-country with Junina piTitus
Boot?. thiv third brother., Juuius.*s sdn,
Sydney,.- i? v?ysr. playing tho ? ero, Egb
ert ^rter: in 'TJack Homo. "
"Thb-bld?sV workin?r"actor,"'-as he
crAtx: 5sSsseif*.iwi#aes to die 1? har?p&?
Ho is still active lan dhas a wonderful
memory, belog able at any wt??f?t?
givra dhte-^car ah* aWnGi-^vith ab1
;.? -"? . ?
EB?A? - ' : ?cslno?? First.
Fussy, mah (hurrying into &:n&h$
.pa^r-oft1ce)^li?vs it?t ^my^.a^tacies.
.??m?wh?ro, and I want? Jo. advertise
for them; I can't eeg; to*, write ' with
^<A?vi^6em?ht c1?rk~? will x'write:
the ^iverGs?su?at for yo?\-:Xtytt?kWo.
on. them? . -
Fui?3y tee.n-Yes, .yekf Gol?-rir??ne?;."
?M?'&m y?r. -.'-- >,' ' ;':';;'.
:^W^y<!srMt: On?'dollar^ please;
C^rk^^arifirsi? It Jglves -me great
?pairare,* -airy fo^n?cr?", yed ^haf f?vf,
glt?sb^ hrb oh top of your hesd; y''
d?d?'t ybVi ?sly "?H> p?t^i^?^i%iltt<it?%':-'.
p>.ia Ppb?i? '.S^edgei'- ' ; r;.
' A LoT?V* ?aarri?l ' ' ' -
.^:?he;'itutnl?rf'-^$ ?.the door^^j ih??k
rustic boftch'atthfc fav end b? ao^j
i?r?>to*y.r-r?iaart gat !
tim - ? ; ' . ' =
-. Doe West Alumnae Association.
S The -Due Wont Alumnae Association
will meet this afternoon .at three-thh
?y, with Mrs. A. M. Sharpe anti Mrs.
Dalsj W^s?n at HIP home of Mrs.
Sharpb^m^So?th McD?fhe street. Dr.
Kiqard will bo present and give an
Mrs. .H. B. FUEgerald will return
home today from a visit to friends* In
Mrs. J. I. Brownlee f.ias returned
from a'weeks' visit to Charlotte.
-J' Relrat EV- -tt?' Chapter.
. The R. E. Lee chapter will meet
tbie afternoon at three thirty with
Mrs. G. M. Tolly, Mrs. J. Bi Cooley,
and Mrs.-W. 13. Cason el tho homo
of tho former on WeBt Whither Street.
For Mrs. Holt.
A bea ut i ral social affair' and ono
that was a' pretty compliment IO 01?
charming old'lady, was given donday
at the home or -Mr. and Mra, M, W.
Oalnes of Belton. M:s. Belt met the
chlldrca and grandchildren, with
bright and' cheerful faces, ready to
congratulaio, mother of grandmother |
for bclrig with UB on her seventy-ninth
? birthday.. The guests were met at
the door and rushed in the room" where
there was a-warm fire, and they all
began to chit and enjoy themselves.
In a few hours they- were all' Invited
(into tho'pretty decorated dining room,
where fc. big old fashion turkey din
ner wos:enjoyed by each one.
.Date in tho afternoon they all Jett
[ ??ch one wishing mother and grand
mother many more bapv?y birthdays
like Ails one:
I PERSONAL J
Mr. ?Kenry Fields' of Belton spent j
[yesterday in Anderson. .
' Mr. .Cary.,?hamb?e? of .Roberts -Vjas
ja business Visitor yesterday ? ?'-'^f
Mr. J.;E?VNance of Du9 West spent]
yesterday iii -.the city. . ..
..''ipp. W< B.^opr? of Pendleton waa
. Mr. .0. B. Ballard of Roberte was
runong the business visitors yesterday.
.r.-jlr. Waiter!Rn^l8? 0.1'tho carpen
lter|s'nilli- sectjpn was in the city for
j a few hours, yesterday.
Mr: FA; B,v<iampbe}),of Relton,spent
M?sosRuth and Annie Martin of
?epttis were in-the city shopping yes*
torday. ... :
fe Mr, Weiter i Greer, representing <?e
South Bend Watch company at South
Bend, Ind., was a business :v?sitor
/Mr. Mertz,->general' feupe^lnt?ndent
of Southern Paving *M?d Contraction
Company; ia a? brj-alaess visRor id An
darBoh. . .? . ?. ? ; ?>>-.v
, Mrs. S. M-. Byara has gone . to
Meridian, Miss.-,' to'spnd a month with
?ti? '- _? ?., ?
^WljicS^ V?rmc* "/?f. Sear Belton Died")
? ?esierday Afternoon. >?: .-^M
jSawB: reached Anderson ? last night I
ot the: death bf (Mr.- Ralf.?;. Greort, a
young farmer cif. pear 'Belton. Fun
eral serviceswill be held this;, afier
n'pb?' at Barker's Creek- church at 2
O/c?ockV ''"-". Of;.'.
: v'-Mr^. Greer : -was- the : son : of Mt? t'?ufl ,
.'Mes.' D. H. Greer of Belton-and bo
s^a?s'hls ^Dar?hfs is Survived by a
wtre,'1''two children; and ono tfotb?r,
Mtv Walter E. Greer, cashier of the
iBank et Belton. .. Mfa
DEATH <>F WOOD
Mci ht r of W. J. \ve?d ?r Anderson
! ..; .? Has'.Pissed Away, ','M^
Mrs. Mary t?v Wood;, aged 7?,>diod
ai ;;er homo on McCaiiy street, Wed
nesday, afternoon. .;. : '] j'V. :r? '
V^jjjfo.'.'Wbbd was them'pther'bf Mr.
yfc 3l- Vf?o? ?fiht?<dty.?Jtd.Sras ono'
ot tho mo3t highly -reacted i?dt?s'of
'th^t??irity. She ?aa a .^oodvi^rWr'
ti^'-w?mah'and a .faithful. .ohufefc
SfWwr';- Th^,Jfttheroi waa held, :ye?1fte*i
^^^-'-'ioe?^t^elit': friade iai
/^-'^na^S^Srf" ' 1
Jg^iBryah dm certainly t*i?? elo
iueriUy wheo he gets warmed.up on
m?^phiect ?i^p?ac?,> .anbali',: the
ory about our national opp&thhlty
pm*-: prop^gamvt??M^?i?l- as'
toils* -above .?Uttcism Mrfota : e: pntii?y
'r?dons'..stteo^Ki??i^,.Hbnt -.'when it.
?otA9S to ' col? s?i^ ,at?tk?cick-doWn
arguments ho; bas soine ?PS^?vJn
n?dlng ?h ' ef???V t?cW "or ? 'profane
history prcred^V>o> a??port - his %f.
? - ? J. . i.-,. -
; Bear This ? M?.. ;
riemtiay by far the: h^ft ?ed^
tho market for obldi lind: \Mr*mtiP?'
"amys-MrtV Albert Biosser, Usn?, Ohio.
Many ethers are of tho same opinion.
F<?r s&le hy alt dealers. : . V
WILL EE HELD AT ST. JOHN'S
CHURCH THIS EVENING
' ?a_f :
For the Ensuing Year and Several
Speeches Will Be made-Re
freshments WAI Be Served.
The annual mee tin s of tho Young
Men's cla&s will bc held- in t. JO Sun-,
day school room, of St. John's Meth
odist church this evening at 8 o'clock,
and will doubtless be ono of the big
gest BOC??.? ??T<?if? of its kind bf tho
church this year. A splendid sup
per is to be served and a largo at
tendance ls expected.
At oiese annual meetings officers
aro elected for the ensuing year and
this matter will bo attended to to
night. In addition to the election of
officers, several visitors will be pres
ent who will ni?kij speeches, as will
also several members of tho class.
Dr. W. H. Nardin-is teachor of this
enthusiastic class Shd he urges, a full
attendance'this evening at 8'o'clock..
Fodder FPr Lions.
A menngerio stopped in a little
country village, says tho Washington
One urchin,; with hiore cheek than
cash, thought he would like to see the
animals, BO he' quietly pushed .his t
head through a gap in the canvas j
and had a look. ' >,..'
I But the, manager saw him and
hauled him out. V ?. .'. . .'
"Here, Agrippa,; hb: yelled to a help,
etti "firew tU8 lad into the Hon's
cage.". - f -, ':?'?<).
If ho, thought:ho. had aiarmed thejj
yaungstor he *a^.mistaken.
The boy i 'd' calmly; ' v.
"Wait, mister! if you'll let mo see
the,show jf?r nothing Til. got 'all thc
fattest boy? in tPo". vill?gp to crawl
under the.cahv?B.tomorioisv lilghtl". i
Has Heired Him.
:ef?rrlng lo .thfi, statement that Mr.
IF *a? will not oppose Mr. Wilson, for
re-ol' Mon, the . Pittsburg S Dispatch
remarks: !*So fdr what Mr. Bryan
bas done hbB-certainly helped rather
"than hurt 'thej president's .^chancee."
That's a palpable truth fraukly stated
by. a. Republican newspaper.--Houston
post.... ;y. .? .
mit fcSiwjl mV*4 to*
the gal, the young lady, t?e
j Work, save, sleep, r exerf
j- eise, breathe desp, keep, your
' mind and blood, c???n, r?
spe?t others , ?nt? yourself, ; lie
diligent itt ^?iV^lbusIn??s,
which ?s thc,?usirtess life
'-: ' th^?is?ess DT goo? &?nk
Birne Pocket Savings Bank?
: iw?U? help ->ij? to beeorrie
'; inore . je|^ yoii
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V il i Vi lill ii' WiijliTlt U'k'fll ' ' ll il'...II...i i I Ililli?
/^^^ Shoes .
I comes to
... ,^^gj^ these lines
Shoes for Baby in-all leathers at,
- Shoes for Misses ?nd Children in Patent Colt, Vici Kid, and
Gun Metal at
Shoes for the Large Girl, in Patent Colt, Gun Metal,, and
Vlei Kid at ' V