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10c and 15c Per Posad
We buy our Candies in large quantities direct'from the man
ufacturer-the largest in thc United States-which enables us
to give to the trade both quality and quantity for the price, at
same time, guaranteed to bc absolutely pure.'
Cocoanut Bon-Bons, Butter Cups, Cream Dates, Bisque
Bon-Bon?, After Dinner Mints, Roasted Marshmallow?, Cemon
Drop?; Pepper Mints, Gum Dropi, Raspberry Creams, Maple
lines and many other kinds too numerous to mention at 16c
per tb, 2 tb for 2Sc
Don't fail ?D see our mixed Candies at 10c tb.
Old Fashioned Chocolates
Wonderfully Delicious rich Chocolate Confection that are
so delightfully palatabe and a rear treat for Chocoate lovers.
Every bite a delight. 4oe rb.
Red Band Chocolates
Extra fine quality at 25c lb
In 5 lb boxes,
This is the biggest value we have to offer you
Don't fail to buy a box at St.25, Si.So and
Selected Fruits /
Florida Oranges of the finest tfrade, thin skin, sweet and
juicy, i 5c, 20c, 25c dozen. $2.75 per box. '
Sheep Nose Apples, peck . ..........:.... . .05c
King Apples, peck.SOc
Baldwin Apples, peck. .35c and SOc
Grimes Golden, peck..50c
Extra Fancy Winesaps, peck ..............60c
We will sell you what you want at 6oc dozen.
Fancy Jumbo Celery
Just 'phone us your order for Christmas Celery. We will
do the rest. 2 stalks for 25c. ' [
Don't fail to place your order early for your Christmas eatables
Anderson Cash Grqjcery jol
3il??|^^ of (25c Olive? for 30c.
? Personal Announcement
for Holiday Buying
Wo have concentrated ovory effort and succeeded in getting to
gst?i?r fis iorr??unu?v fi ?i?cK o? mcrchandiso BB can ba found.
An unusual variety/splendid, assortment of styles, most desirable
Qualities, eland out. consplcuouly ard warrant calling to your atten
tion our attractive Riock/ot
Diam?n?fl SHverwnro Leather Qooos
Vint che? Flatware Vrabrellaa:
jewelry Hollow ^Voro Brushes 1. ..
Cloaks , ?laasworo Specialties?
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. . Our lines aro all reliable and it will be our endeavor to please you.
Marchbanks 0 Babb
Took Teutons Only About Week
to Have Thinge Running
Warsaw Dec. .22.-lt took tho
Germana .just about ono week to In
stall In Che province, of Warsaw, the ?
most Important in all Poland, a gov
ernment that, for tho smoothness of]
its operation, seems remarkable un
der the circumstances.
Only n fow days after the fall of j
Warsaw lt was announced that Gen
eral von Hessler bad been appointed
governor general, not only of the city
but of tiny district comprising 301UQ
700 square kilometers. . Like von
Blssing .of Belgium, he ls tho su
preme authority, with powers Infin
itely- greater than the emperor pos-1
ocssea in relation to Germany? Under)
von Besoler stand General von 'Etz
dorf! as governor of tho city of|
Warsaw and military chief, und his
excellency Kries as administrative
chief in charge of nil civilian mat
ter?. Under them elands . Pollue |
President von Glusenapp, former po
lice president of Cologne,, who exerts
bo'-h military and civil authority, the
(first under tho direction of von
K; iddrff, tl io second under Kries.
Upon him falls the burden of detail
work, the practical administration of
Hie city and its suburbs. His first
aldo, ls Mayor Sahm, former mayor
of the city of 'Bochum, an expert In
administrative matters. In addition
them are, in the police department,
any number of men who aro exports in
their ?particular lines and who bead
.tho various departments.
Tho Germana found, on -taking War
saw,! a ^"clUzens\ , committee1' ol
Poles and . Jews, . headed by Prince |
Lubomlrski, into .;whose; hands the I
Russians, had confided the welfare of I
the. city. ;,:TblB Committee was allay
ing as best lt could the needs ot tho
people In charitable. ways, and rest
ling with the food problem.
- Tho Germans Immediately gave offi
cial recognition to tho committee and
prepared to work' hand in hand with
lt. Bat ono subcommittee, that lu
charge of the coal problem, has been
disbanded., Prince Lubomlrski oc
cupies a sort of dual .position. He
1B, first, the' native ,mayor, and sec
ondly the committee/ head in its
'.work for .cftarity and'food supplies,
.'^ot on'y Warsaw" fclty but. the
tr int. of Warsaw and that of Radzymln
na join in.-;, to the' northeast, are sub
ject to the pollco rulos and regula
tions. . ;' '.
;V-fThe branch departments of ' the
praesidium Include a bureau of
communal affairs of tho .district ex
clusive of Warsaw district; ' a bread
and flour, department; a complaint
department, whore, for instance, citi
zens lodge complaint* acnJnW t'Bh-!
era; a pasterns office; a veterinary I
department wh'ch ("JOS bad an o.npr
mqus task In ridding the city of mail !
dogs; a censorship bureau which
pactes, on all plays and films;, a pass
division which issues credentials to
?he residents or the din tr let; an em
ployment bureau; and a division
which, assists the wives of . former
Gernvan j^esldenltis oit Warsaw wfjo
are interned In Siberia, and else
whore. \ \ '..
|"J\ Tor the first time in approximately
sane hundred years' the Poles are
.hoy permitted to produce their na
t|ve-aiui- antl-Uusslah-plays.. War
vS^fcw; today hhs sis theatres, including
air opera, .running .full blast. Each
l? pocked to tho. doors night after,
night, . partly ? with; German officers.
apd soldiers, tor tho most part wlt?x
1 By all Retins tho most popular pro
duction ,1s .a play purporting . to
Bhow the cruelties attending Ithe
u domination of Poland by the Eus
sians. It is" historically old,.. but|
never has beon^llowe^.befbr^. "
In tho opera hom;o some of . the
moro popular opera?) aB well aa a
uumbor of' purely Polish productions
are given. There is a really'excellent'
orchestra and especially a humber of
j fjrs.t-rate. dancers. By. al I odds ?he
favorito opera 4s Cumqu which ls
Giveh two .and sometimes three times
av week'.; / .
'.? The stage setting and stage , man
;hgemcnt\Of oach and every theatrical
or ram.leal production seem to - give j
.evidence, of a very.elemental shu un-j
Following ls the Hst of letters re-,!
molnlhg uncalled for in tao post?nico ?
af. Anderaon, S. v., for tho week hud-j
lng. Dec. 22, 1^15. Persons calling.
fer these will please say that they
wore advertised...O*'.* cent due on ali
advertised matte'. .
A-W, F. .anderson, Miss Haver
sou Anderson, Mary Alien, "Wm.. L.
Auld, a&v & Mia. . Win. . Anderson.1, v
: B..-Mrs. T, Bradley, Mamie Ben
son, Maray Bryce, Hov!* Bow?: yy??
C--Cha?li? Canada; Mrs: ?llx?
Cunn?nrbr.m, Bvtqrheart Conn ex, J" . 3.
Cockneid;;' Mr?i,:.^htbV'Ct?t?\v':-\ *
1 ?".??i*## r>. Dixon, V'
'.Bhrii?e. Clailo -'^wt??u ; -.Eaxw .
Ellis, -i . ??. -?';?,
,'-.. ?Sr.r??..;;aV' finaler. ..'"'.;. v
-<Jrr'Aus. Good,.MT?. Jonoa Griffin,
' -HT^P. -H. Hardy, : H. L. Harkay,
. Albert Hulda,' '' v'V--." '?O-.-' .
! I-Ml8srtlueenlo logion. ,
K-MraviF. T.3 Kcown, Mrs. S. T.
M-Elijah M?Bridef-Mrs. ?F^v??tV
j McClure. 'IIS?GHS?I
j N-Miss Estell Newall.
O-Andrew Oablev. ilSSMSS?
JK?~yT. lt. R?be?A?, j. M. Roberts,;
[JaneW* W: R?ckor*
J?$&Uss WiHf? Stord, J. P. ;
Uteorge Smith, .vfljtr?^ Seo?. k
T.-^Iewry. Thompjw* .
:/"Sv??;?^ - . . >?.' '.?:.- ?'..Vil
with detail?d apr
enter the "Gift i
that tesser's Is the P!
' Dining all these b
gency^- Months ago,
?erierice, inspired our
kets, both at home an<
thoroughly and well 1
Regardless of the
feet readiness for the i
week everything you
through our heavy pu:
back t? you in wider v
in the fi?tura! oijd?r o?
dise elsewhere, ?
, A5.^as been jSaid,
tail Upon you this moi
choosing. On the cc
of the situation to indi
!7-.1 vv - agg
ll - ?ll
???? - . -A ?i nr~r*t"T~
. Solicitor.-jRntahamV SSCC?SS.
A. Bonham n'ait returned fronvTSeau
fort county where he served os pros
ecuting attorney at tho Beaufort tenn
of sessions court. Solicitor Bonham
waa. asked to. servo in tue absence of
Koi ie nor rourifoy or that district who
is ill. li i:< i ^H^T^'*
Tho. Greenville s^?ei^r .met^lth
great- auccoas in tha^. county. ?f , thc
large roster of ca??a -dnty^ohe d?fen
dant was ?cqhltte??i??; ...
The election'.'flabd casou which'
were scheduled To??rM at tho B.e?.ti
fort term of court^wer? disposed Of,
ono hy settlement and;-tho' oJa?r two'
were thrown o?t; by tho'grand Jury.
. Commons Taws Bill.
London, Doc. ?2.-r-The:bIll provld-j
j deg for the, raising of ono million)
extra men for tho'army passed lc the
(house of commons at 5:30 t'ala> morn
ing. The debate lasted . until that j
hour. Tho bouse ' of commons then
'adjourned. Opponents of . conscrlp-J
tlon mostly carried on tho debate'.'
Member a coiicpibUouu for .criticising'
tho i?overnn?on?'s conduct of tho. tyar,
also participated r - Mtay< ?tombera.
elept.; '*. . : ^
Swiss Postal Service. :
Geneva,. Switzerland,. . peo?- '22.-f;j
Tho volume of work, which the. Swiss
postal service has:. handled In ' behalt
of war 'i>.rh5oaors.'Mft-'ebprm?n^?.;8mco:'
tho war began fewltiefland ' has re
layed a total oC.aOjOQ?,000.l?Ue>?f, ahd;
10.500,000 paqkages to. prisoners.'In
Germany and Austria, and .28,000,000
letters ,and 1.Q00.O0O packages io ]
! prisoners in France. For itt* most'
part the packages contain foodr.tm?n.
Recommended for Croup.
Cough?, coldg, croup, hoarseness,
inflame* throat, bronchial, troubles or
sore chest are relieved "by Frey's
Honey suid Tur .fl?xcb. opens ^topped ?
air passages, soothes and ' heals In
flamed surfaces, and restores nonnah
breathing. V. C., Allon, Jjfi??- stn -1
says: : "I have' raised ? . Mmily of
four children and used Fploy'p gdtohey
and Tar with all^wiflie^.. ?r^nd It
ho host cough and croup tr.ndl?tne X
evoc need. , I uscTd ?Wti&&g&i'or !t?n
>oara ?nd? can . recommend it 'for
crout^-^Sold li^r^rwhere, ?" '
ii nil pin iiiiuiHtiwi iiiii I'liimiiiii
; fc i. i. tn
Fhe Lesser C6?%
ira^BliMKli?i Finale \.
SHOPPING DAYS--TH?N CHRISTMAS. The Big
is it unnecessary now to task your time and patience
touncement of the myriads of beautiful things which it
your choosing* Safe in the knowledge thdff?tfe?five fejig
literally packed with merchandise specially qualified to
iist," we believe y?ur own jud?toent ^?i convince you
?ace io Bay. .& . \ V- jjjj %$
usy pre~Holiday weeks, we have endeavored to risetoYouf^S&as eme}v
and in many instances, a year ago, wise forethought, born of long ex-,
buyers to make advance provision .for your H?lid?y needs, and the mar
i abroad were invaded and generously drawn lipqii >t? ?his^^nd; H?ty
-hey have done their work you alone know best. But This Much We Db
unusually heavy strain of the past week, ttie Big Store f?nd&rMelf in pete
:ray. Our tremendous reserve stocks will produce for you this coming
desire. And, bearing in mjjnd the. tremendous advantage we enjoy
rchasing power, it is needless for us to indicate how this advantage comers,
arieties, in better assortments, in quality, and, best of all, Iii prios^wn?ch
things are lower than you will be asked to pay for the same mercharir
we d?t?m?t.t? inexpedient to impose announcement in de
ning concerning the thousands pf articles which are ready for your
>ntrary we are going to re ly upon your* intelligence and%o?r knowledg?
cate THE ONE PREDOMINATING FACT IN ANDERSON MER
i IS THAT- S iff ^fM^P?
5ser Co.'smM ^Hw
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Murray and Tribble Streets1 v.- ; ?r \ V
Dealer in Good Coal snd Wood
Dear Chr??tlnao JSjhicpper,;
Anderson, S. C., Dec. .22? i&if?v'''
"What to. ??ive for Christmas?'' is the oit repeated quezon
ol tho* day. ;'av?&?i to gpv? something appropriate, o? course,
, W?Nr* a l?ale Up from Santa, and'll pa&s it t?? to yon? He
says? ?<Bo a' S?K; U. G. Give aonicth^g ^ \:? ': '
Now if thereV anything else more ?t^?l daring the co?d; Winter
than a load oF Wyatt's famotis block cc^-it's ftwo or ??lVecq jpiida.
? So, wh?^ not y??r fife O? ; ;
Prienda load ol VVy?^ Best B?^ Coal?
Pke? the(or??r TODAY, .we'll deliver today, next week, or
rH?^Bi?^fe, os* i^ wt? yb? i^ie^ ^m^;i^;?^?? t&t ;.
. this, sort of a ?tuist^ ' :