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THIRTEEN COMPANIES I
REMAINED IN STATE
LICENSES ARE ISSUED FOR
THE NEXT TWELVE
ONLY ONE MEMBER
Of thc S. E. U. A. Last Year Re
From Other States.
According io reporta from Colum
bia only 1.1 of tti<' !?:! slock fire Insur
ance coniimtilefl that wore authorized
las) year to do business In South Car?
o'/.Kb have renewed or given notice I
ol' UK lr Intention of renewing tliol'
liii'iiHes for tie etiHuiiiK year. All
tin nid mutual companies um) two ot 1
three inure recently chartered will ul
H<> rotittuue to transact buniiies.s. I'll"
ncr I (tensos dated from yesterday
uni uri! for tho next 12 months.
'iii? Cl coin pu aies are: Equitable nf
dur I onion, Palmetto of Sumter,
Soiit i Carolina of Columb'o, Boutk
orn i ionio of Charleston. Southern
Wilder wi Mers ?if (?rccnbboro, N. C.
Southern Steck of Greensboro. Un
derwriters of Oroensboro, New
Brunswick of Xew Jersey, New Jer
Hey of Newark, American Druggists
of Cincinnati, Georgia Home of Co
lumbus, Pacific; of New Yerk und the
Germania of New York. The Ger
mania luis -paid Ks license fees but
ha? ucl signified Its Intention of ot>
l?biUl'.llig any agencies for the wrl'
inx of business.
The combined admitted Usseln of
these lil comrpnnios amount to? $14.
521,821.8?, which ls lest* thnn the ad
mitted uHsotB of each of tho following
stock fire im-.n rance romnan.'ra: Aet
' nu Continental. Fidelity-Phoenix,
?Gorman-American. Hartford, Home.
Insurance company of North Amorl
ca, Liverpool & London 6? Globo und
the National Fire. . j
Only one of the L'S companies, the
New Brunswick was a member of the
53. E. lt; A. lust year, Wh'lle 17 of the
compinilcs t at wore jo's mombcrH
liavo not renewed their licenses. The
ngRrogiUo premium income of tho 13
companies in 1911 was $251,100.01.
which ls about ll per cent of tho
premiums received by all stock c?m
prales In that year. '
There aro alwut 50 mutual com
panies from other ?tates which liav:?'
taken licenses and which will wrlti
generally special lines, such as cotton
milla, cottonseed oil nii'lls, lumber
mills, lmrdwnro dealers, etc.
Two mutuals, wi ich will take li
cense, aro Fitchburg Mutual Insur
ance company of Fitchburg Maw..,
end tho German Mutual of Savannah.
-r^P R -UBI? L S-~>>-?
r^?^vT? tt N Ll N t E Y
From 7 A. M:, u
noise of many li
It's a good su
for. North Andei
three families v/
new hornes in N<
While the Noi
velopment C?. <
a charitable in
same* time it a ff
v opportunity to tl
: v young woman w
WILL READ PAPERS
AT ANNUAL MEETING OF
SOUTH CAROLINA MEDI
MEETS APRIL 18TH
And Will Continue Through April I
20th--Men of National Fame
to Be Present.
Two Anderson physicians will read
(Miners during the usth annual con
vent lon of tho South Carolina Mrd!-'l
eal association in Charleston April
is. li) and 'JO, according tu prov lalo i- [
al programa which i avo been re
ceived in Hie city. Three men of
national reputation ??re to ndiliiaa
the association. Tho address in
medicine is to ho delivered hy Dr.
baltimore, thal In
J. Mayo ?!' Ifoch
that In pediatries
I-add of I los to ll,
L. P. Barker or
surgery by Dr. \V
CKtcr, Minn., and
l>y Dr. Maynard
Dr. c. P. Puss of Anderson will
read a paper on "1 lentil tn ria from a
Diagnostic Standpoint." Dr. J. I ;.
Voung will road a paper on "Coii*
arean Setclon, Inditions, Technic and
Case lteports." *
Many of the doctors from Ander
son will attend the state convention.
Dr. lt. R. Cathcart ts chairman of ibo
committee of arrangements and the
Charleston l;otel will ho association
The oillcors of tho South Carolina
.JViCdical association ar?: 'President,
t?. A. Neuffour, Abbeville; vlea pres
ident, lt. B. Kiding-of Greenwood;
J.J. ("lockley of flamhcrg und D. A.
Coleman, of Blackstock, secrtta'-y md
treasurer, E. A. Hines of Scnocx
former superintendent of tim Ander
son county hospital.
In Picken* Count) .
Kev. and Mrs. J. T. Mian left
Saturday for Plckons county, whore
a number of iip;)ointments have baan
nrrnnged for them. They expect to
lie awny several weeks.
Their niall will be forwarded
them from Belton.
How about our Big Three Palm
Olive Specials? The Soap, the
Powder, the Cream, each one, or
all, sure to please. Owl Drug
S Mutt and Jeff with Paas Calico
Paper for Easter Eggs. Sc Cox!
inti! fi I'. M., thc
lammers titi Hw
.son and for the
ho are building
rth. Anderson De:
iocs not pose as
stitution, at thc
ords a wonderful
he young: nun or
ho wishes to own^
Every cu?(omer whose pun luise at
tin; Ueu I live; .Monday uinuuiitH tu $'"'.00
will lie untitled to purchase any two
cf ?he af?lelos tnetitloncd in the four
rumens of this ad at le each. A J3.00
purchase entitles yo? to 5 ut lc each,
and so on.
Don't skip-read carefull y each item. These Special
Monday Bargains are chosen with care-selected to pre
sent the most wanted goods at true bargain figures. But,
remember-these prices are for Monday only-so don't
postpone your trip if you want the savings here offered.
Arm & Hammer Soda
Our Sc Table
Just for Monday
Only three are quoted here, but you'll
lind more Shoes and Oxfords lure than ut
any other two stores lu Anderson und
Bailes' pri?es oil every pair.
.?ti I'ulr Patent Edith Pumps with a little
White Piping, i lilian Heels, <?0 CC ft
Monday, all sizes, pair ut.*S>?b*&\J
Nice lot of Satin Evening Slippers', reg
ular price $1.78, Monday,
pair ut . .270C
Good <|uiility Gun Metal or 1'alcnt
Mary Jane Pumps, Monday, ^2 00
The values on our 5c Table stand alone
in u elass to themselves. And the beauty
of lt nil. you'll (Ind them nt thc Bee Hive
as well as in the newspaper. -See the fol
Remnants of yard wide Percale,
Monday, yard at .
27 Inch Chambrays, some ask loe, C -
Monday, yard ut .vv
Short lengths of Cretone Calico,
Monday, yard at .
Good Cottou Checks, Monday
;tG Inch Sheeting or Seaisland,
Monday, yuid at .
Some short lengths of White
Goods, some a little soilij, yard nt..
It is known, fur und near, that at the
Mee Hive, "'one fligh' up," you can always
do better. ' See Hid following Monday:
18 Ladies' Silk Poplin Dresses, a good
$7.50 value In Black, Navy, Copenhagen
and assorted styles, Monday tf?R f\f\
each at .*J>5>?UU
New lot of pretty .Sport Coats, this sea
son's nifty new styles, "one fl5C i\f\
turill up." each .?J>D?v"
Every ciiBt'omer whose purchase at
the Ueo Hive Monday amounts to $2.00
will be entitled to purchase any two
of thc articles mentioned in the four
corners of this ad nt lc each. A $5.00
purchase entitles you to 5 at lc each,
and 30 on.
60 dozen Ladles' Silk and Lisle Vests,
a rca^ 2Cc vulue at only, 1 *| (.
21 pretty While Corduroy- Sport Skirts,
a 13.50 vulue at only, <fcO CA
Men's Nainsook Underwear-shirts und
drawers - and quarter length sleeves, spe-l
dal for Monday, the gar- Op '
.Men's Union Suits-mude in Anderson
Special for Monday, Cffc ?-?
For 7 4-2c Yard
About 15 pretty now Spring Suits just
added to our regular line $17.50 and
$20.00 values, Monday, 00
(IO dozen Ladles' Seamless guaranteed
Stainless Mercerized Gauze Hose,
vulue. but with slight Imperfect
ion. Monday, pair at.
24- dozen Ladies' Silk und Lisle Gauze
close Utting Union Suits, u $1.00 CA**
vulue, ouch at .*J\J%*
Every customer* whoso purchase at
the Uee H ?vc'-Monday amounts to $2.00
will be entitled to purchase any two
or il e articles mentioned In the four
cen. srs of this ad ut lo ouch. A $5 DO
purchase, entitles you to 5 rt lc each,
and so on.
Good 10c Light Outing, Monday, 1
.Short lengths of best 10c CJng- ?Pl
hams, Monday . . 2 v
Pretty solid color Crepes, 12 1-2 ^JL -
value, yard at. :. . 2v
Best Indigo Ginghams, Monday. *?_.-?
yard . # 2PC
-A beautiful nuality Scrim, hemstitched
satin edge-In white, cream white and
'..iue. good 25c vulue. Special fl C -
for Monday, the yard .JL3>C
Hoys' Knickerbocker Palm B'.aoh Suits
-ordinarily would bc $4.00-all dJO
sizes Monday, the suit.?P??Ovr
Mon's Palm Beach Suits, natural weaves,
darle and self stripes, some stores have to
gtt $7.r>0 for them, our price, d|<k AO
the suit .?pO??70
Colonial Cushion Collar Bands-all sizes
-6 for 25c.
Coat's Crochet Cotton-all sizes-10o
Columbia Crochet Cotton-In ecrue.
white, dark linen and high colors-all sizes.
Charmer's Pearl Buttons, 6 Doz. for 25c.
5 cases "Lad >*nd Lassie" cloth-and
there will be no more al this price when
this is gone, Special for Monday. IA.
.Genuine Palm Beuch cloth. 50 Inches
wide, will bring $1.00 yard luter. Kf|/?
Special for Monday, tho yard.wiri*
45 Inch Indian head Pillow Tubing. Looks
and wears like Linen, Monday. fl
yard at .IOC
40 Inch line White Voile, u 25c
Quality, yard at .
50 inch Shepherd Check Suiting, OJ*
special at only yard.A?JC
40 Inch Killarney Linen, looks and
wears l!ke Linen, at only fl Ol
Short lengths of White Dimity, a
20c value, Monday, yard fl 0-?.v%
at . 1*2^
2,000 yards Poe Mills, 36 Inch !XJL?*
Bleaching, Monday, yard at. . 2 C
ANOTHER CONTEST MONDAY, APRIL 3RD
Thc person guessing exactly how many dozen mon's, women's and children's
WHITLEATHER HC.SE we have purchased from
APRIL I, 19ir>, TO APRIL I, 1910.
First Correct Cuess.. *??(? lu ?old
Next Neurea Hues*.. *?J ?
Next Nearest Guess. .,.<'ne "?Mn l aIr
of these Guaranteed Hose Free, assorted to suit yourself, '
. . It costs nothing to guess, so como on. '
' - -^TheiWlnners in our Lucky Hosiery Contest are as follows: First prize. Miss Vina
Patrick, city; 2nd prize, Miss Annie South; ?Uy; 3rd prize, W. C. liing, Townvlllo, S. C.
Taped Gauze Vests
Every customer whose purchusc at
the Bee Hive Monday amounts to $2.00
will be entitled to purchase any two
of the articles mentioned In the four
corners of this ad at lc each. A $5.00
purchase entitles you to 6 at lc each,
ana so on. .
Hf UPI flfclTRSf &IT liri! Ill Dr- Singleton Breedln stated yes
UtvtLuFtmtNl DtbAN o^zozsfutr
^ it i murk innii hospital somo time during June. This
8 S 8 S H11! I<a ?MK 11 H?1R hospital waa only completed a few
i- UUIllllU ill 61 IL lulu monti s ago. and was so constructed
Br that a second story could bo added.
- Net'including Rose Hill club and
AND NORTH ANDERSON IS Bt, Mary's hotpitul and the thrccj
houses under/construction, North An
NOW GROWING RESIDEN- dorson today has 24 beautiful resl
VI-A'I i ?<rr"rirkM donees, any of which would bo a cre
I ?f-iiu i iv/iM (Ut tQ any clly ; Those living there
o have access to electric car service,
_______ _______ electric lights, wator. sewerage and
THREE NEW HO?V?ES -Res. every convenience being planned
by those who aro promoting North
------ . Anderson.
Are Now Being Built-St. Mary's Develope More Property. .
n jm ? r j * Since tho ?opening of Hie otree>
Hospital to Be uuarged- from,. Club drive connecting with
Develop? More Property. Ninth avenue near Mr. Baldwin's
* home, th . promotera announco that
. . . they will develope moro property In
'...i.'. , i_ North Anderson. This in located on
Three years ago nothing hut farm- h and* northwest side of Pose
ng lands. North Anderson is today a .prope 1^and contains sev
thrlvhjg sn nu ban residential section ?r?? acres "
of Anderson with resUlcnces and e.r.- _ a ' '.' ',
4r buildings worth far more than The North Anderson Development
$135,000. The growth of North An | company -wa? organized three years
derron has been wonderful in a way, J *s"?,tQis. April and on. tho june rpi?
and not se much either when ono eon lowing the first residence waa built/
alders the fact that tho promoters Nortft Anderson ls becoming more
from the start arranged every con m? more popular as a residential
vjentence for tho resldonta of that sec- section and gives promise ot much
tlon Justina the same as t??ose found continuous growth.
lp tho city. i ?"? . .'
Homes Reins Mn.it. To Give Coacert.
At present three residences ere bo- On Monday evening, April 10th, the
lng built. Glee Club ot Andorson college will
MM. J. C. Hoi loman is having #ve a concert. The program will
built a beautiful residence which -wll. be a varied one, and under the able
chat approxl .latily. is.pOO. Tho house *?p?rvislon of Miss Stranathan^. the
l? made of cobble stones and will b* nubile ia assured of a most delight
's beautifr.'. bungalow. It is located fol evening. i/.
on tho comer of South: Holly street ~.- ....
is the ono to be occupied by Mr. H. V"V? Speeiate/ '.??!? aoap,. tte
B: Fitsgeraid. the ono ho ls living in Powder, the Cr-j?m, eavh one, or
now ?iavtng been purchased by Mr: a\\^ our? t!> ^!?e?e, Owl Drag
F.oscoe Moaeley. This residence is fi^?^tx^
an almost exact reproducUon.: ot the ^W*"y? ; - .? -y.
ono now occupied by^Mr.. FRSgerald m? , ?- _',. ,
And ls located on North Avenue. .v '. Mutt and Jeir wath POM Calico
>k.Mr. George F, ?oyd is buidlng a Papey for Easter Egg*' Sc Cox
rosWeffc* on N'orih Avenue at tho Cf?(?smn,r0
fl'*bt. oL the old, airborne which vrRl vT**T** V* f *
cotit between $3,00 and JLC0?. This , |^? ?, >Uklv* ?*U<# ?tn?
? building, -wm have two stories and . ^ ^ "?* ^ t*tt?r ?tnt.
I will ba vary modern. ?? ;?)?'/;iJkm&mmp
COMES HEBE TO OPEN
J. P. Seymour of Athens, Ga.,
Haa Rented the Shirley Store >
Room on W. Whitney.
Mr. J. P. Seymour of Athols, Ga.,
has rca j ed Mr. Kylo 8hrley's ?toro
room oh ? East Whither street which
was formerly occupied by B. Hill?
man and will* conduct a grocery b?s
The st?re room ls being romodeleJ
Inside and arranged so as to cult MV.
Seymour's business. .Mr. Seimon?
stated yesterday that ho would handle
a full and complete lino, of both sta
ple and fancy groceries.
Is In Hospital.
The many friends of Mrs. WT A.
Hudgons will regret tq learn' that ?v.?
ls III end ls at the Anderson, county
hospital. S!-.e ls gotttng along tairijr
v/ell, and will be but, v/ltliln h few
days. . ./
B. F. JOHNSON
Wishes to : announce?^to those;
who hav?.cpra.'to'ls^ln^th.?t his
mill is In excjiltont coaditldn
and he will apprecriate Vo?i? .
the best W>Wr l'?r?un?j^
Call 4622 and have your meal
delivered to you> oy leave yonr
orders with Mrs. J L- Fjt^r?/'
ARE RARE OFFERINGS. N? STRINGS
TIED TO THEM. BUY ALL YOO
WANT. YOI) CAN'T MATCH
One lot of Fancy White Goods,' in. ?rep^tvbjfes,
and Stripes,;worth 25c/yard. ...... .
Ladies? $2.50 Crepe de Chine and Silk ,- ?.O.'- i
^Waists, in all colors..... ... ^P?Ce'
10c yard wide Long Cloth,
yard . .?.. ;.. v,*.',v... ? ......>........
35c Crepe, Figured Rice Cloth and Fancy Voiles
$1.20 3 x 6 Congoleum Rugs, in beautiful"
d?sign?e ;. "J,,. iy*.. :............ . *
One lot of Children's Dresses, worth $1.00?
sizes 2 td 14 years. .1.... :..
Ladled. 7. S?^^nngStjcirt Coats
. for , .... . ;i>?-?-r?V?-y.*'.'.'... . .
One lot of ladies* Soc Muslin Onderwear, in Corset ?p.y?'rs,/
Drawer^ f^Dow??, and Und?hskirts, '
Each . .ViW.., - .-,-...
;L&dte$'< l;.?'5-^o?ise Dress,..
t6t...... . ............. . . 4....
20 to 40 Per Cent Saved On Every P?rchase ' lM
? Satisfaction Guasraoiteed Or Your Money B*ck
Public Square ?. irW?*o?,.^(p.'\
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