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For Infanta and Children
Iii y GO For Over 30 Years
Always beare yj? /f* ? n *.
$ $ $ $ To You
and quarterly inter
est will create an an
Tlte Borings Depart
Bank of Anderson
The Strongest Bank
In tlie County.
Lily White Market
h headquarters for good thing?
So eat. Try some of oar Old Time
Pork Sausage, Nice Joley Steak,
Leap Pork Chops, Fine Fat V*sL
Wo are all ready getting oysters
in. If you can't decide what yon
want phone 694 and wo will help
you to decide.
LILY WHITE MARKET,
J. W. Lindsay,
w e wry LsieuTi
and moko them look aa clean, fresh
and heat ns whoo new. '
Waists mddo from hUo, Bilk, velvet,
lawn or nny other material can be
cleaned and pressed so they look, and
.flt os.well as they, did when you first
Thia sondeo makes a wonderful
.economy in dressing pos&ible for every
woman. It costs a little and it saves
.a great deal.
Try tho service-:-send. us a waist
that ls DO soiled. that you he a 1 tat o to
wear it. longer-and seo how well
freshen lt up.
ANDERSON STEAM LAUNDRY
If It's Good Meat Yon
Is Jv*Eat You're Look
Here, you'll find the very best
of fresh meats at all tim??, but
particularly co at this season.
We have i ?me of tho beat beef,
pork, veal and sausage wa
have over sold. We ore also
selling lots." of fresh oyster?
?xn? Ssh. Let eui have your Or
ders this month. You'll eaj?y
Pork Sau&age, Mined 'Sau
#?^e/>v'.B?^'.:::'iand ' Hog ' 'liver,
J^w^Po^?rig, ' ^B??f^;' 'Veal,
p'or^?: iatiad .-Fresh .Oysters- and
'F*ei?i '?r1*h. ', '
FfcANK DOBBINS, Pwp.
CITY SCHOOLS WILL
HAVE ONLY JEN DAYS
QUESTION DECIDED AT
MEETING CITY BOARD
DEC. 23 TO JAN. 3
Children Will Have aU of Ten
Days and Night? to Enjoy the
71 io touchers and pupils of tho An
clerrton city schools will have exactly
ten days for the Christinas holidays,
this being decided ut the reguk
meeting of the board of truBteos yes
terday afternoon. Tho schools close
on Thursday, Decembor 1?3, and will
resume work on .Monday, January 3.
Although this will soom like a
mighty short time to all of tho little
folk, it is rrully ten days, and juBt
think what will happen in that time.
Christmas will come, which means
Santa Claus will make his annual
visit, and tl.^n Now Year's day will
nlso have passed. These holidays
could have been mude fower.
LOCAL ELKS WILL MEET AN
DERSON THEATRE 3:30
Has Been Arranged-Hon. A. H.
Dean of Greenville Will
Make tho Address.
Tho program ot the memorial ser
vices of Anderson lodge, No. 1206, B.
P. O. p., -which aro to bo hold Sun
day afternoon in tho Anderson theatre
at 3:30 o'clock was completed yes
terday morning and glvon out for
publication. These' cervices are
known as tllio Lodge of Sorrow and ls
the day sot asido all over the country
ns a day on which services aro to be
held aB a memorial to deceased mem
bers. Tho deceased members of the
Anderson lodge are as follows: P. L.
Barr, R. C. Laughlin, Lr. H. seel, C.
W. Norryco, T. C. Walton, C. P.
Sullivan and N. B. Sharpo.
All members aro rcyuested to bo
at the homo on North ?icDuhlo street
Sunday afternoon nt 3 o'clock, wi -.ere
a. line of march will be formed to
proceed to tho Anderson theatre Tho
public generally is Invited to attend,
and especially tito members or tho
families of Ur; deceased.
Tho program io as follows:
Opening- exercised by tho ''fflcers
of the lodge.
Divine Invocation by Dr. lt. F.
Solo by Mr. Sam Orr Trlbblo.
Eulogy by Hon. A. H. Dean, of
Greenville lodge No. .858,
Quartette, Messrs. H. B. Fitz
gerald, Sam Orr Trlbblo, Smith and
Closing exercises by tte lodge.
SEW USE OF MAGNET
Method Used in Treatment of Disease
by fie minny.
Berlin, Dec. 3.--The current num
ber of a medical ^publication describes
a new use of the electromagnet In
the treatment of disease. The method
ls tho result of the work of Prof.
Bayr of Lolpzlg, Tho treatment which
ls employed In diseases ot tho intes
tines and in diagnosis, consists of the
Introduction into the Intestines of a
harinlesa iron preparation, upon which
the magnet, applied to ?he abdomen,
exercises its attraction In such a
manner as to effect desired changes
of position of tho affected tract.
These changes aro so ' considerable
that they can not only be felt, but
can be observed. The process ein
ho controlled: with tho help- of the
Roentgen rays, e?nc* tho Iron-con
tain lng traci is plainly delimited in
the rays.The presence, making the
precess of great diagnostic value. The
magnet can also bo used in dlsessca of.
tho stomach, and the peristaltic mo
tton can be excited by electro-magnotlc
. The following conversation is re
corded tn the Pittsburgh Dispatch :
"That Patrick Mulligan is a funny
foll tow. I can't tillite understand hun."
..Well, you see. ba and: I tff.*e. hav
ing a little argument at his Mose the
oilier owning and j then I; ottered to
prove that he was a tool in black and
' r *s: what about lt?"
'^.n/ell, np to then wc had confined
ourselves to slightly, ratfssid: voices,
but when I said that be flared up im
mediately. ..'^.?''..'-.V^'V v'.'
"Prove-Qi In a feel in black and
*hlte will yer lie yells* 'well lt yo
don't clear out of thia botts? at once
Ol'll prove Inblack, jfcjue and red lt's
s ialMhobd ya're tolling!'" - j
, i :.'.'. . *H6r*ej.w,
Viillan~-Wh?re or^ tbeco T>ape?o?
First J?sletant Villiac^-?n tha
Villlan-^Ha, baT-r-I,suppose being,
lorded? . ; .'..' : !.;;/Kv
i ; First Assistant-No, being flied
ilkiiehigan. Gargoyle. ;v
.;'/.: s .
AT ANDERSON MILL
ANNUAL BANQUET WAS AT
TENDED BY AT LEAST
Several Guests Were Witty and
Instructive-Mr. Austin's Was
Thc annual banquet of tho overseers
and assistants, numerous guests were
son mill given lost night was one of
tho best affairs of its kind ever given
in this city. Besides the overseers
and assistants, mm; e rou gsuest were
present, including Mr. Jas. D. Ham
mett, president, members of tho ofllco
force, Mayor Godfrey, members of city
council, Chief Jackson of fire depart
ment. Chief Sammons and several oth
er members of th? police force. Dr.
John E. White and others. In all
the "attendance was about 200.
Tie dinner was one of the very best
that could have been prepared anti
consisted of oysters, a turkey supper,
boiled hams, fruits, cigars, etc. lt
waa prepared in the best style and
was served oqually as well. Among
tho ladles who prepared and assist
ing serving tho meal were the fol
lowing: Misses Daisy Pumpcy, Addie
May Frederick. Ethel Simpson. Irene
Penland, Neonna Mayfield, Ola Scott,
Floride Mayfield, Ruth Patterson, Inez
Deanleart, Elizabeth Wright. Annie
Sanders, Lutio Scott, Maud Cabe. Fay
Cabo, l?enla Smith, Lillie Scott, Lillie
Bar.--.sU, Leona Dearheart, Ruth Pat
terson and Mrs. W. S. Wright and
Mrs; R. A. Scott. i
After the dinner was finished, Mr.
Hammett acting as toastmaster, made
a short speech and called on the fol
lowing gontlomon who responded in
witty as well as instructive speeches:
Mayor J. H. Godfrey, T. Frank Wat
kins, Carl Austin, E. C. 'McCants, Dr.
John H. White and A. H. Dagnall.
Each speakor complimented the de
licious dlnnner and the hospitality
which had been extended thom. AU
Of Diem praised tho mill operatives
and their work, and the opportunities
which it afforded.
Mr. Austin'? Speech.
Tho speech of Mr. Austin, overseer
in the cloth room, was especially
Interesting tilnce it reviewed those
things -which '.had brought tho mill
management nud the operatives closer
together since their last banquet. He
, stated 'how the draper loom had re
placed the old typo, how humidifiers
had been 'placed in rou nh tout the mill
; so that no other operatives In South
Carolina are afforded better atmos
phere to breath whllo at work than
those of the Anderson mill, how the
property around tho mill Iliad been
beautified end spoke of the good feel
ing which existed between "tho over
seers end their help. He followed
this with a very witty poem on the
overseers in the u?u?r??l departments
snd closed by stating that in each
department there was an opportunity
tar each and everyone to do moro ana"
bettor work. Ho stated that it wa i
everyone's duty to put his whole self
into hisjwork, so that the results ob
tained, <would like a mirror, reflect
the linage of the man or woman who
. There was a spirit of genuine goo-.l
feeling among all of thoso vrcaont
during tho entire evening end-about
10 o'clock, Ohe affair closed by Eing
ing one verso ot "God be with you
till we meet nea In," led by Dr. John
Local market yesterday 12 cents.
New York Cotton,
New York, Dec. 3.-Cotton openod
2 to d up, but prices soon eased off
with January selling down 10 and
Moy 8. Liverpool wes a good buy
er, and In the declino led to further
widening differences, with rallies ot
6 ' to 7 from the lowest Covering by
a straddle of shorts sent January 7 to
8 up. Midday market reached 4 or
5 from the best.
Open. High. Low. Close.
Deo . . .12.85 12.35 12.18 12.20
Jan . . .12.40 12.40 12.83" 1^36
March . ..12.68 12.68 12.60 12.66
May . . .12.86 12.86 12.80 -12.86
July .;. . .12.84 12.96 12.79 12.95
. Open. Closu
Jan-Feb .. .. .. ... .7.28 7.2$
Mar-Apr:..;.. .. .. ..7.24 7.24 '
May-June ,. .. .. ..7.21 7.21
Italian Sed Cress Stamps.
Renie, Dec, 3,~-Tbe Italian Red
Cross ; society has .obtained the per
ausst&a ot tho government to issuo two
pcs togo stamps of their , own, whicV.i
cwn?fkts only tn italy. One costs
.Wgwbta, aud ls used Instead of tho
u PU?i ono cent government stamp, ene
ccut RWng to the stats and the other
to the Red Cross '?h* other ajtiuhp
?uraiT.nir cents. and cnn replace the
ordinary three cent.one. tho extra capt
!8?!??ar".?yO> the Red Cross.. o? course
Jugate et-?als'-?taiap ls voluntary.1
. Birmingham, Ala-^Ths three chil
dren of Mr, and Mrs. Hugh" Mcrornfc'
colobruted their birthdays . recently.
Paolina Is eight; Josephine ts sis*
Lillian Mao in two years. Each was
3 REEL V?TAG1
1 REEL IVIE
1 Reel J<
"IN THE HE
DIES AT AGE OF 77
Was Methodist Preacher and Was
One of Most Widely Known
Men in Lower Part County.
News reached tho city yesterday or
the death of tho Rev. Robert Gyles
Martin, which occurred at his home
at Iva Wednesday night at ll o'clock.
Funeral services were /held yesterday
morning at'the late residence at ll
o'clock and interment was made in the
The Rev. 'Martin was 77 years of
age and was one of the best known
men in the lower section of Anderson
county. At one time be was a mem
ber of the South Carolina Methodist
conference,'but for the past several
years ho has been sunernnuated and
has been doing local work. Fre
quently the has filled tho pulpits of the
Methodist churches in: tho lower part
of the county nnd at .any time if it
was known that be was goba g to
preach, large congregations attended.
Mr. Martin waa a man of such type
that only good' things could bo said of
him. He was lov?d and admired by
all who knew (him end bas always
commanded tho very highest respect
and regard from his fellowmen.
The EiJV. Martin is survived by his
wife, two daughters and two sons.
The daughters aro: Mrs. Nonie Mc
CalliRtor of Iva and Mrs. Maud Smith,
who lives a few miles, (above tho city.
T:e sous are Mr. R. 'Pt Martin of this
city and Mr. Marvin Martin of Grif
?ENOCH AUDEN? CAS?
(lid Talo Repeated in Lifo of I'rench
Geneva, Switzerland, Dec. 3.-A
curious military "Enoch Arden" case
has become known hero. There were
two men bi tho sam? regiment from
LyonS, France, named Emile Dubois.
Ono was married, the other single.
In the fighting lb Alsace one of the
Emile Dubois was killed-the single
one-but tue death was, reported to
tho wife of the other."|yThis was in
.August, 1914. Madame Emile Dubois
crme to Geneva and'after a year's
mourning she married another French
soldier who is at the front and wont
?-? live aeain at her h'pme in Lyons.
A few days ago ber ; first bnsband,
wi.o had recovered from bis wound,
f,v,'e h^mo on, leAvefaud ifound his
wife. It ls. not known what legal
arrangements will bo made.
Ovu-H Her flood Health .to Clumber
"I owe my good healthto Chamber-.
Iain's Tablets,' 'writes" Mrs. R. G.
Neff, Crookston, Ohio. ''Two years
ago ? won ?n Invalid due to stomach
trouble. I took three bottles ot these
Tablets and havo since been ir? the
host of health." For salo by all deal?
Our Ftont Is
And the Big dollar Window is r
the values for yourselves. Nc
Anything Io Wu
Prosperity Week Chief
H. TV. Alexander.
H. W. Alexander,* heed of tho pub
licity department of the Society for
Electrical Development, v,t i ?ch . is
made up of electrical concerns in*tho
United States that own property
worth moro than $3,000,000 has just
brought to a close the campaign to
enalte the week of Nov. 20-Dec. 4,
'Electrical Prosperity Week" through
jut the country. The idea has been
taken ,-upin many cities and many
vundreds of thousands cf dollars
lave been spent in celebrating.
Mr. Alexander was formerly on the
J ta ff of a Chicago newspaper. Be
'oro undertaking the handling of the
campaign he was ; sales manager for
tho Federal Light and Traction
: om pan)-, one of the largest' public
.it il i ty co-operating. companies in the
:ountry. He is under thirty, years,
md 1B already .a recognized force in
the electrical industry. During- ,t?e
campaign, Mr. Alexander travelled
nany thousand' of miles, and spoke
:o thousands of business men in the
leading cities east of tho Mississippi
river on the message of the week
md Its benefits. ,
IVON 30BEL PRIZE
iustr?in Physician Discovered New
Treatment For Skull Wounds.
Vienna, Dec. 3.--The local newspa
pers express the greatest satisfaction
it tho award of the Nobel prize to
Or. Bara ny, one of Austria's ' most
) rom i neat surgeons who has e special
y distinguished himself during the
var hy the discovery of a, now troat
n'ent for'skull wounds that has been
wonderfully efficacious. .
A number ot toe papers poll' out
particularly that Dr'. Barany's . dlsr
inction from a neutral country is an
iff cativo refutation of the charxf 5 that
ho central powers are "barbarians,"
ind declare that tho honor reflects
redi ton Dr. Barany's entire
eady. All we aslc is to judge
?t iing wiii bi? ?pW
Aw for $1.00
Raynion? E, Cochra
Mlle. ALHERVA DeBORAH
Will appear in her classic Grecian and
Egyptian Dances at
4:15 and 8:45. -i
MOVIES FOR TODAY
"ALICE OF HUDSON BAY"
American Two Reel.
"BILLY VAN DUSEN'S CAMPA ?SN"
T OD A Y
"THE TORFE JEANETTES"
Vaudeville Act. '.
"THE CONNECTING LINK"
Two Reel Bison.
"SAFETY FIRST A^D LAST"
g AL?ifct??y Nsw sad Sirfc?y Ko&ra VVH^IJllW ! I?W
Opposite Capitol and Union Station
I Renowned for ita High Services and Low Rate?.
EUROPEAN PLAN \ |
without bath $1 .SO ???P, 1
THE POPULAR JEWEL STEEL RANGE Is low tn ifrlce Bat
HJ?h in Qnalify
Almost every low
priced steel range is
made with itgut-weighi
steer .walis, palated
with Japap to hide-its
detects; but cot so with
|Bj^*ppnIar Jewel cr
leader- Jewel, stove
ranges. In fact v alt
Jewiil steel ranges are
made honestly, aad
sold; on merit ?rather
than deception. Tho
?faMt?rifie of a t^i
Jd^el Stael Range is
due:to smaller siso ?md
net haviug as many or
namental parts or cast
?ng^| but for durah?
ity, Quich t^ng, foel
economy,' ana conven
ience, R will compare:
y*-..- if77,;i- fayorahly ..with'. , the
'??'^??! ^1 heavy blue -?\M?l?h?n?^S?W?^?^&:
lined Jl vets aie band driven. Fire-box J3 large and ?oo^a?y and Sed
iSn&f?fi** ^P^tes.are truMcd to proved* crwki??g.^Oven?s
full abo and ft perfect baker. Can be furnished with or vrtthont rer?r*
.voir., Tho high closet ?ffors a woy receptacle for warming dishes;
^Handsomelyi Nickeled patte adorn the oven doora, feed door*descent
door, high v^toset and brackets, tea shelve? and; ?ia^"lji^pjR^-tos?alt'
vata families, orator kitchens found in city homos and^StamS^Si'-m
, rango ia camotal ly adapted, and wi? give the hast of sattaf acUon; This J
range ia paech better vaSoe thah.th? hJgh-prtcod rango b?fera* "by catalog
??busea? Call ?ad learn our very low prices pn tfieo -rang^;i,Tbey wilt
surprise y ou; r\
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