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Post?Ts Elegant Flour
-For ?hAlmas Cake Baking.
The Whitest Flour Made From Wheat
#j None Just Sp Good I
Cake can be no better than the flour from which it is made. You
can readily see that the success of cake baking depends on the kind of
flour that you use.
48 lbs POsteli's Elegant Flour..$&20
24 Iba P?stell's Elegant Flour.....-...y..-,.. ;....$1.10
Not FANCY Patent-but-SUPERLATIVE Patent. Thia flour is;
made from the finest soft Winter Wheat, and it is so milled that it eon
tains all tho 'nutriment of the grain. Tlie best air round flour that
we have, ever sold for all baking purposes.
Don't you Uko to eat nutty wheat biscuit-the kind, when you eat
one, you want another one? That's tho kind Colonial Flour makes.
, 48 lbs . Colonial,Flour..?IV...i......?LS5
SNOW DRIFT FLOUR
This is a high Patent Flour-the kind that appeals to the man that
wants "nest to the. very best"-the every day . living flour. We are
going to Bell this flour ut less than car lot prices-and if after you
have oaten an entire sack of lt and are not satisfied, return the empty
bag and get your, iaouoy back. '.' ;
Snow Drtf t! Flour, per bbl..??'.:>:?. o
ANDERSON CASH GROCERY CO.
Phone 212 Phone 215
All Monthly Bloomers
PHONE OU 683 MARSHAL!/ AYE.
MEMBER OF FLORISTS TELEGRAPH DELIVERY .
THIRTY PER CENT PROFIT ON SPECULATION
EVEN GREATER PROFIT
4- W? hdYe n altffele' tr?ct^jt appro
v.h.ooc^eeur^ver brittom 4and,situated' in Stewart county Georgia, within.
twedljy live miles of Columbus, which we will sell for SEVENTY per cent
of .what adjhcant farm.landa aw'selling for now.- ' . .'.-. .
Of this entire plantation, there leone portion of about 300 a?r?s Which
ve;, would- sell 'separately.- - Of/.thia .smaller tract there are._120 acres'
its cleared, and under cultivation' now;: the balance-nibout 180 eereB/.is in
* ? *ir$odfftud:*1' On "tho. ehure plantation there are .'fifteen tenant houses,
barns and necessary outbuildings, and one large eight room dwelling'
. bouse. Th6 Seaboard Airlifts railroad runs through this placet, and
- thejro ls-a> sidetrack bu'tho farm. - There ?r? -4a ?crss of nut bearing
' Pecan treeu on tho plantation at present.
.This IB ? very desirable plantation, and to a practical farmer of grU?;.
determination, como means; and who 13 not afraid of tho work necessary
la the Tnanagemcnfc of such a: plantation, tltia offers the opportunity ot
Our. only reason for ?rterlng-tt?s magnificent plantation at such a tro-,
merid?us sacVl?ceis'-strictly a personal" one, and we will give it to all In
terested parties, privately. ,
We will pay the expense of a trip to Stewart county if the investiga
tor, or his backers, buy the/ tract of land or .any part of it.
There ore-jgnlto a few Anderson 'county people living in Stewart,
county Ga. ?ow.
Address "^Wart bounty;' Ga/'
Vor Mitts Harris.
A beautiful luncheon for yesterday
was given by Mrs. Jobn Rast, in honor
of the pretty bride elect, (Miss Floride
Harris.? Ftfs. Rast ?nd Miss Harris
were meoiboerB of the sam? class at
Winthrop college, and the guests for
yesterday were the other college
mates of the hostess and her guest of
Tho luncheon table waa brilliant in
cut glass and. sliver, thc center de
sign being a basket of narcissus.
-, Au elegant course j luncheon was
Tho guests present were Misses
Jean and Floride Harris, May Llgon
Georgia Marshall, Elisabeth Von
Wyck, Wllii-elmlna Fant, Rosamond
Buntine, Jessie Brown and' Lorena
O&biria, ene cf tho most wonderful
and 'beautiful moving pictures ever
made will bo shown at the Anderson
theatre on the 15th of this month.
There are over 7,000 people in the
cast, and it took fourteen months to
make the picture. This will ne a
splendid opportunity fo rt?e people of
Anderson to see this marvelous plc*
. This picture will bo given , under the
auspices o/ t?ie Senior Philathea class
of the First Presbyterian church;
Sonthern Commercial Congress.
Tho Gateechee chapter D.. A. R.
?.iavo, received an mutation to the
Southern'Commercial congress, which
meets in Charleston, on December 13
17. y ' '. ?
' MlsB Martha Washington, president
of the Charleston Co., and Mrs. Har
riet Kershaw. Lelding, chairman of the
Woman's Auxiliary, have sent out
these, special'invitations in their ef
forts to gain the sympathy and co
operations of th? clubs and chapters
in this grein and wonderful move
ment, and they are making plans for
a splendid meeting.
Mr. and Mrs. Sumter Earle have is
sued invitation to the marriage of
their daughter. Margaret Olive, to
Mr. Arthur Marah Frazier, on Wed
nesday evening December, 20th, 1915,
et nine o'clock at their home, 1010
Barnwell,street, .Columbia, B. C.
Both Mrs. Earle and her daughter
: have visited Mr?. Swain Gelmer, ?t?d
have many friends hero who will be
interested In the news of Miss Earle's
Mr. John. Campbell of Pendleton j
was a business visitor In . Anderson:)
Mistes Hett?o Jackson and kate
Rampey of iva are visiting Jn the
city. ?.' '. ; ? . ' ?
I ' -Mrs.. Charles English of Belton]
:sp2nt yesterday lo Anderson.
j Mr. J.. F. Herron ot Starr was i^ !
the city for a few hours yesterday.
Prof. and Mrs. ft. ti :. Shields of !
i Clemson c?llog? ?were in Anderson yes
ir tordoy ?o?os some . Christmas - shop
! ping. '
[ Mr. and Mrs. J,. C. Osborne have
gono to Charleston to: attend tho
Southern Commercial congress.
Mrs. E>; E. Leo and Mrn. F. H.
Clinkscales. bf Clemson . were. tn An
; >Mr; ,:oail atTS.'-;W> R. Greer of .Bol
I t?n were In Anderson for a few/fouira,
:-. Pro*. C; D. .Coleman o^ Tva was a
hus(a?ss-.yisibw.yMter^y',' " ./
Miss EmmX' Bolt of pen^f . gs;]
attiong'sthe visitors in Anderson. . ' Mi-'
Miss Edith Blgby of t W^?llsmaton
was in tl"i^*iky sH?pplng Satarday.
Mr. 13. Campbell ?nd? H. Simpson
cf Lovel Land, were' visitors yeBteriay.
. MI??S rde?le-Kay of Wiillamst?n wer?
ainpng tho j visitorsS^hrddy. .
Mr. Clement -'C[?\\?iay','-je?vB?-'."^ts
morning for Aiken and front; there'
ho wi>^go tb : Charlton ???ttend the
Southern Commercial copgn?HS.
2 Messra> Albert Smith ^nd C. *S,
duckworth Of the . Lebanon sutton
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* W?TH THE CHURCH |
J ' " WOMEN J J
M?ifsIoft?iT Swifety. .
fi Tho M-*riott?r?-s t?o .Csn'f
<r<^ .Pr^sjb?rtor?att ?Taureo >wljl meet
"Now 4?ok," said too teacher
$ RECIPES *
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? Written especially for The 4>
? Intelligencer by MISB Jayne #
? C. Garllngton, Home Demon- ?
4? stration Work, Anderson coun- O
? ty. ?
. As I havo had calls for menus for
receptions'abd teas tho following will
be found helpful:
Small o uu varo ii'.
Candled-drape Fruit Feel.
Cocoa, whipped cream.
Tiny Cream cakes.
Tea with sliced oranges and candied
ali's rr les.
Three-Orange Bread and Manna
Macoroons, Lady Fingers.
Small ,6o'uvaroff. .
Cocoa, with raarshcialloffs.
Tea with mint cubes. -
English muffins toasted.
Small eeuvaroff. .>
Tea .with orange slices. <;.
' ; Black Fruit CaLa. .
Three-fourths pound butter; one
pound brown sugar; eight eggs; two
pounds raisins, two currants; enc
pound citron;r.c:iopped very fine; one
half cup molasses; eno-half ounce
cloves; one-half ounce cinnamon;
one-fourth ounce mace; four cup3 o?
flour', ono wineglass sherry; one?
One cup butter, two'cul pulverized
sugar; oho cup ?milk; two cups, flour;
one-third ieaspoon salt; two teaspoons
baking powder; seven egg' whites.
Beat the butter and sugar to a cream;
add the milk; thoa the flour, salt and
baking powdor ri ft cn together; fold
ia very gently the - stiffly. -beaten
whites of the eggs and turn Into a
greased pan. Bake in moderate oven
about 45 "minutes.
Eight yolks of eggs; on cup-sugar;
three-fourth cup butter; one-half cup
mille; two cupB'-flour; tye teaspoons
baking powder. Wash the butter and
cream lt, 'Beat thc yolks and add
sugar; - stir 3 well and combine with
the butter, .Sift the. baking powder
w|th the fleur.. Add flour and milk
alternately; " , ? .
Old-Fashioned Sponge CMte.
rrvvn. <vg?\-*:. Awn fii:i> full gr?n ti Intuit
fiug^r* one^and one-half cups flour;
one' yteaspcon,.',rflavoring. Separate
.tho-.?white.-? from..tho yolk-.? with the
sugar till they aro thick and'ropy.
JN?xt, b?at th?f whites i.111 stiff and
eidd tSheni 'witi'i tbe'fhv bring-. As soon,
cia mixed fold th the flour very gent?,
ly, mixing j list enough to blend lt .with
th? : Other ingredients, butter a deep
cake pan and sprinkle;- wilit flour.;
pour tbs cake battor in the pan, .not
inor? than two-thirds tull add hake
lin-moderately quick oven 45 minut?s. ;
1 White Frort Cai?. >
; -; One cup-butter; two cups, eugari
one cup .grated 'cocoanut;> ono and
one-half cup blanched , abd chopped
aimondu; one/ cup.. mixed candied
peel- cut smalij; .one edp milk; sis
egg whites; thre? cups- flour; one
half teaspooniiil salt; j t^vo teaspoons
baking powder.. Beat the butter,
.and sugar to a cream;-add the cocoa
nut .almonds and peel, and then che
nilli:. ?Beat the'7whites of the eggs j
10 d' : stiff frota arid. 'wtiu tho j
flout, salt and brv,- < powder, situid
together, folding.-' tntmi ..in, aa gently
aac possible.. ;Bake in leaf-cake pan'.j
.tf?W&?y oven .tor 45 mihutos. ~,V
?.?4>' -, .'.' . .-^ ' . ' " ?
*; LANDER COLITE O
, One cf. the anb^t delightful musicals
ever .- given in ;>Greenwood^va?, the
?oint-rt?R?l by'.Miss Laura Coruba and
:5ir.; ?Angclo fJ?rrtesc Friday- oyealng.
L??h? harp is soldbm heard, and under,
'th'o . srisgic.?'".touch - of t&?a'jetted rausl?
;?laa^It'^w"as': toVg??d* ;?V '1$' nest; Mr.
?Ort?se had! ide iiesrera ?imo3t Bpcll
bound-. Mis3 Combs captured the
largo audience by her d??l?htfcl slug
ing. Her clear soprano voice was
amuirabiy- adapted ' to,, the. selections
chosen. ::The :firct .tforigsi -wjtlV- ' Mis* j
.Auh&Tmufe'ft's art?stto ; accpmpaaimfc?t
itHyjMqifano were greatly, enjoyed, bl?,
the perfecci?n was reached when Mica j
Cuni w? sa ig r ^ic? ino harp accompac' I
h??ni? ?Green'wood'Viii, welcome-th?3u !
artists gain and a#?t?; .?/tnrmber of
Out-of-town friend's came tb . attend
Pronta! i ;
*ReV. W. P : Mc ad ors, arid family
have been at ?the' college o, day-af
They lett this morning; /br
:strco -where t&ey Will . epond! a
'" k?". .. '' ."? ..."'.;' .'"
%?(^3?^??n. Of Baltimore,
??iK .b?ea. the guest ol thc college*for,?
w&rk. '/ Ste, ..very' ' pres'fencd ..'ii a bene
. i?lB3*?mma tto?ki te??feof do-j
-d'rtf?ttuigav '."-: She! twice a we
to her c?aos whieh. at urce?ht consists I
Of fie matrons, of tho different cot
'? \V ' ?k? te'MsaS.^ ; ; .'.'j
Austin was a conim?rc?nt traveler, !
t?fc da? at a email hotel m ,? sont
?hb"'tt<wn he ordered fot- his br?abfi
two boiled eggs. When the old dark .
wit n > ? it fy ad bim r ? tum ed=he b r ou ght
'fldr&vl- ...' . A.- '.'1 ?;..-.-..?
. "Wlty iii the-world did yo? ttMng we'
fwta* eggs^ J(tt?ried Aestiu. only
: ^?i,- sah." replied th? old .dsilt^
" order two-.- ?vittt l#iit #
- - ^de??1-- wrJ^^iKj^i-.jsfatt^
turns a bright an
gift that makes t!
1 STYLE? BEAUT!
( Every present you s
.' ' pr??iate? all the more.
For tomorrow's sell
\ then corne and see tnerg;
Daniel Green bedroom
ladles, Red, Blue, Black,. $1
l'aiuo, hero for .............
Daniel Green ribbon tri!
slippers for ladles, Silver Gr
Wine and Black, $1.60 value
hero for .
Daniel Green fur trimmet
pers for ladies. Wine,
Groy, $1.25 value here
Bolton, S. C.
..',(. . Dec. 8, 1015.
? Dear Santa Cteus :
.1 om a. littlo gir 1 in the second grad? ?";
I wish you would please bring mo
conio fire crackers. I want Borne of
th? small ono3 and eome of the large '
ones. I al'jo wnmt a Teddy bear, ?
tba ?et, chairs, and table, and some
fruits, and some . nuts,.
Your little fried,
Mabel Cox., j
Dear Santa Claus I am a little boy
nihe years' bid please bring me to air
gun aud two boxes of shots and. fire
crackers a ^?ianCanc?rn?1 dud a ap
ple And orange, ?ad raisins And ; nuts.
good bye santa clads.
_ Cecil Seigior,
"Starr, S. C.
Dear Santa claus I dm a'little/ girl
roven years old please bring -mo a
doll and some- oranges -and s'omo ap-:
pie and candy and some raiainB. D^c
1?I5,. la?nit? Selglcr,'..Starr, Sr '
No BoHgiit He Thought It Nice;
\n : kindergarten the othor day, IR*
tie Wil lie said ; "Kow, lots . pt?y soo
and I'll bo *>he elephant.'^
"That will be flue,?; said Chotltde
Rowe/!, .tbut .wnat,will I be?"
^Oh," replied Willie, "you can bo
tho: trica lady what feeds the elephant
With,'.pc?ftuts 'a?d c??dy." ; v
.If-'^^BSKwant. . them to ;wr
???0 soma ?vldectbo of your good will
i^^Chri?tnia?; ;? tnst?ad of ekpeiUBtve
sirti, tiu? custom hew to senVrChriBt
mas*-c?^os Is mors universal than
evof/ Wc have prepare^ ! ? 'special
[packager oi Christmas GreoUng C?rd?f
?t?*1 en'gravinge, coaelettng !; .of
tuleen of our nest popular d?signe.
TheV como In envelopes all ready to
mail and the lot is sent pest?paid for
This assortment ts an unusual
val?e and you will have muon sailit-!
faction in oernVng ?Geh a stylish1 'and'
^tsflc token o' a \C?tr?a?3?s \re-':
:i^i?birt?i^,-:',T>e^e.: cards have space
'?orVa^d?rs ariana and If yon".nave.a.
; c^d'p?a?e we will prtnE!
atendr? cost" hf 1tc, OrS?f Now; J.'.
^ ?m?2ft* VAT T xv^^i
e in vite A w .
Come Tomorrow P^^P
lopping has begun in earnest and the whole world
d happy face towards the coming holidays, Hie %M ira
be strongest appeal is the one which possesses * aft
r\ AND SERVICE/ , ||
elect in this store is useful_gifts that are useful are ap- j ra.
lng we offer unusual values-read each one carefully; JR
rade pf merchandise and you'll agree with us. .-KW
slipper? for Daniel Groen'figured bodroom slippers \?$&
.25 OA^ for children, lied, 85 cent value ISA.* Di
. .... OUC hero for. OUC M
aimed bedroom nodroom slippers for men,. Tsri, Black, \M\
ny, Navy. Blue, Write, kid lined, plain and ugurod, }fgl
[.95c gf.yf!"?.^..,..,..$1.50 m
I bedroom slip- ?Mj
Black, Brown, Special lot of 12 pair in tan add black . JwJ
QC?? bedroom slippers for me ?. dj* Ivjj
. .'wv worth 91.60. here for .......... V * ?VV, *3j
leloct the gift you want and instruct us
lake delivery anywhere tree of coat and
1 gladly do it.
Greatly Reduced Round Trip F?r?'f
TIA : ..
SOUTHERN RAILVVAY 7
In Connection With Blue Ridge Railway
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GHARL?SXON, S. C.
SOUTHERN COMMERCIAL CONGRESS
December 1347th, 191S. JM
Anderson ... .......$7.40\
Bolton. ... ... .... 7.40
Honea Path. ... ... ... ... 7.25
Donalds TV.. . . ... .8.05
. Shoals Junction ... 0.05
Tickets on sale Dccomber ll, 12, 13, and 14th, with rotuTiji ?Ua?i
Attend Tho Groat Celebration.
Sec U. .S. Britleehip "South Carola*',? squadron otth? Atlantic
Fleet; torpedo beats, submarines ' V
Christmas holiday excursion fares to all principal points, December
17, ?8, 23, 24, and 25th wita return limit January 10th, l?lO. :
For completo iuformatiou apply to ticket agonta'Or
?tuen vii ic, S. C
J. It* Anderaou, Snpi., :
Anderson, 8. C.
; YOWL AND^Ea^U?A '
fours o? T*&, Fifteen,;T^?^ ^ T^^ ?ayt Duration,'?^y^b^
?' Wo hav> a Tear at extremely low cost including all expenses to Florida
nod Cuba, December 27th to January 7th,; espoclialiy attractive and of ualimiir
od educaticnal value to Teacher^ and; ^
Florida, th* World's Greatest Winter Resorts, during the height of, t?iolr sea
son; (brough tho beautiful tropical c?ufttry tri nearby Foreign luanda; Steam
ship Voy?gea;ia eoetaern Bess: and the Iathratia 3* P?ir?d. during tb;? vf?n?
bar mo?the'at home, a?ordlng an opportunityfdr great comfort 'lsn^..:p^)s?itt?...
WRITS FOR ? BOOr^EV A?D/UTfc&^E
Wo aro ?ure one of o?i&i^?V^^
?ONAli^Y CONDUCTED iutd^IA??RON0iVrOn?9 at ? REASONABLE?:
COST will interest yt>C %\ T 1 ' ' * * < *