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arc the two new s*-??t pumps we of
fer for this weeks selling. "
Mat kid, welt, leather Louis heel with
patent saddle strap.
Patent leather, welt, leather Louis heel
with dull saddle strap.
v Botli Styles $4.50
Under Masonic Temple
Shoes That Satisfy f
The Approach of Easter Brings a Myriad
of Lovely New Styles in Fashionable
and every woman should be able to
find a Suit that will bring out her
good points, for' the suits arc de
signed for all types-slender, stout,
long waisted, short waisted, cte,
and wo are showing exact coun
terparts of models now displayed
in the leading New York shops.
Also, every new conceit brought
out this season in Sport Coats and
E HAVE several thousand dol
lars to place on good, farm
Peoples Bank of Anderson
\THE UNIVERSAL CAR
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The Ford--? simple car of proved quality. A
car anyone can operate anyone can care for
; and a ear that bringa pleasure, service and nat-,
isfaction to everybody. The car of more than,
a Million own?ra. Reliable service for owners
from Ford agents everywhere. Touring Car
$440; Runabout $390; Coupelet $590; Town
j ?.ar $040; Sedan $740, f. o. b., Detroit. On
display and sale at
ANDERSON AIT^O GO.
Anderson. S* C
IS CLOSED SUNDAY
BRIDGE OVER BIG BEAVER
DAM IS TORN AWAY-NEW
ONE TO EE BUILT
Dredging Crews Now at Work in
Rock River, Both Creeks
. Having Been Finished,
Thc Willhunston highway al ?t?sr
Bcaverdum (.'reek juvi beyond Mi.
Pat -Major's will he cloded today be
cause of thc bridge across tais er<<k
I" ia;; lorn away, in connection v :?h
tho drainage work. Work on a no v
permanent bridge v-.ll begin un
Mouday morning. Ail persans trav
eling the Wll'j'nmston road toituy
will be unable to eros;; Uca\ r
dam because there ia no bruise
T;lie dredging cf Mig Braven! mi
Creek was finished on Friday aft
noon, and Little Bcavcraam ha vin r ;>.\
readv been fin'shed. th? crow is now
working on Rocky 1 iver, work lav
ing started yesterday nu ming where j
the two above named streams run to
ge! her to form the river. I
Tho dredging will not proceed
down r.ock'y river until Cox's Cre-i: is
reached. Tho cn ,v will thor, turn,
up this creek and dredge it. A new.|
channel will be made for tito stream :
by culling a diu x'.'.lil up th" mentor
of tho bottom lands. As it is at
present, the stream rons across from
ono sido cf tho bottoms to the other
Bovciral Unies before it readies tho
Afier Cox's Crock is finished, tho?
dredgin;; cf Rocky River will be ve- !
sumed. It will bo necessary to raise
both tho testio of the P. & N. rail
way and tho 151 uo Ridge when tho
work proceeds to these' points. This
Will ?' ave to he done at the expense of
Thora is in Anderson at the pres*
ont time a Very distinguished womuji
in thc person of Miss Georgtina
Frcss, OL' Alexandria. Egypt. .Mi.s
Fresa ls a Um al descendant of lae
famous beauty, Cleopatria VI., ol
Rgypt. She is the daughter of a
distinguished physician, who plier
to his conversion, and that of ais
household, to (" ristianity was a phy
sician to tim Khedive.
it'nlh'a F.ress" is a very talented wo
man, who is in America fr.r her
medical courre, preparatory to do
ing work with tho unlive women of
her country. Sae will be the guest
o? tho ladies of the First Presby
terian church at^ their auxii'ary
meeting on Monday* afternoon. T!.'.3
will afford an excellent oppnrfcm'.'v
for all w! o wib?h to seo and hear
this very remarkable woman.
AT THE BIJOU MONDAY
Jane Gall, who has made thousand!
cf friends through her work as lead
ing wcm?n in scores ol feature films,
hat' 35E'.n selected by Bluebird Photo
plays, Inc., to enact the role of
Queen Flavia in their five-part pre
sentation of "Ivupjert e? Hcntzan.'l
lier leading man will ho Henry Ain
ley, who "dil bs called upsn to inter
. "nuPGur ot--1 icNTZAU ? .
pr?t tho dual rolo of Rudolf RasBcn
dyll and Rudolf V. King of Ruritanla.
The cercen verdien of Anthony
Hope's nopular play will be present
ed at the Bijou theatre on Mondav
Miss Gaiil has played many paxt3 of
varying requirements, but she never
before has been favored with ?in op
portunity to so artistic al y demon-'
strate her high emotional c?aalifica
COTTON MKLLS PAID MAN
TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS
v. jj FOR LOSS FIVE FINGERS
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Spartcnbufg, S. C., April' 8^-r?n
the case' or Jamey Melton against'the
Coliannot mills, a suit for $10,000
damages for'fon. of nil tho fingers ou
ivis left - hand;;"jthft Jury returned a
verdict yestexday^for tho plaintiff for
$1,300 actual andr$200 punitive dam
ages. Tho .Injury w&3 sustained wh?o.
tho' ^plaintiff was employed at tho chi
of tjio company In 1914. '.
Th.ee cakes of Palmolive Soap
Free ?nth ? jar bf Cold Cream or
boar'of Face Powder. Owl Drag.
j HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS DE
Abo Defeated Team in Anderson j
Last Week-One of Best in
Tli(> i'.irld basketball team of the
Anderson ?vigh school returned fr.MI
| Greenville yesterday morning \v'.:ere
; on Friday night they played the
i Greenville high ached leam. the
lo :! item winning by -? to 15.
'j'in; Anderdon team is .proud of ?
li'eir record and they 'tcrtalnly have
a right to be. The eenviilu team
waa defeated in Ando*eon la:-?t week
by a big score, and tho Greenville
team was considered the strongest in
Ibo Piedmont section. 'Pie members
of Hie Anderson team now feel that
?hey can challenge any team in the
On tho Greenville trip tho team
wm chaperoned by Miss Georgia
Man -ll. Tho Hno up waa as fol
lows: .Misses FAIS; ie Hombree a\d
j Grace Laboon. forwards; Mi"M S
! Mary Di wer and Clara 1 tardine, for
I v.-arJs; Misse:-; Claudia .Martin and
Allic Pearman, centers; Misse? La.i
n?a. Kinard, Ruth -Erskine and Laurie
Smothers, substitutes. The Ander
son te nn was BomoHi,at handicapped
because they fclad to play on a gy-n
ns?lum floor, th's being' their first
time, but it did not make any\ ma
Tho Greenville girls entertained 'n
honor of the Andorran girls after tt e
THE PARENTAGE ,
OF JIM SMITH
(CONTIN'UF.D PROM PAGE? ONR.)
Smith, and that they then shitted their
ocurso and began wort**lg on tho
theory that it waa Nancy's son "Pich,"
who, iq after lfo, became the powerful
i;g*iCthorpo farmer, .lames M. Smith.
No Bond by Receivers.
Speaking of the appointment hy
J migo Fito of tho temporary receivers
for tho estate, Mr. Sibley caid that
they had Judge Brand issus the In
junction. rcG?^ir-fins. tho temporary
adnilnistratory from turning over the
property to tho temporary rece.vers
they learned later that these receiverj
had net even given bond or be?n re
quired to take the usual otb. Judgs
T ite, he explained, was only Quali
fied to liku action during tho dis
qualification of tho judgo of thc Ogle
thorpe district, Judge Meadow, and
after Judge Meadow's resignation and
tho subsequent appointment of Judge
Wcrley, Judgo File's order WoS dis
missed, as hi? Jurisdiction ceased with
tho removal of Judgo Meadow's dis
qualification, . .
Mr. Sibley told tho court that
Ju?!f;? MeadOW wu??il ixsLiiy during
the investigation aa to his reason? for
resigning the judgcobep.
.Tile Meadow Resignation.
Mr. Sibley wald he saw no iiupro
? priory in Judgo .Meadows' tdmis-do*.
tnat as ho way opposed to re-election
to the judgeship with a chance ot
lobing or that he preferred to resign
and accept the pcsitlcn as one of thc
temporary adtpinlstrators and coun
sel for the permanent administrators
alter tlieir appointment.
Mr. Sibley ?a'd he arid his ns:io
elates Would not contradlci tho alle
gation of tho Jennings lawyers that
Falli? and Nancy Smith both had il
legitimate sons. There will be no
j dispute that Jamoy M. Smith, at one
time, lived with Ivarkin Smith, he
said, and he called him Uncle Larkin,
as did everybody oise..
"Pick" Smith Went West.
I Thoro is no mystery about James
j M. Smith or "Pick" Smith ho said,
j Ho declared that he would show by
] competent witnesses that "Pick"
Envth went West with hin mother.
Nancy Smith, and her husband K!m
.broil, and ho subsequently became
known as Pick Kimi:--ll. Ho will
? oben- by relatives and' friends of
James M. Smith that he was the son
of Zadcc Steith^uid Phoobo Mabry and
was born in wilkes county, he said.
He Bald ho would show by United
States census report, taken during thc
childhood of James (M. Smith end
'Pick" Smith that they wero sepa
rate and distinct Individuals and lived
in different hornea. Mr.. Sibley said
that ho would show . that when Za
doc Smith died dn 1868 tlytt James M.
Fm'.th shared in bis .estate and that
James M. Smith bad been even an
lllcgltmato eon he could not hove
had an interest in tho .estate. Mr.
Sibjoy f.tated that he'would show thai
James M. Smith cared for George
'Smith, a son of Zadoc^Smith in h's old
age, and that he also had a half sis
ter, the daughter ot his mother by'
her first husband by Mary, -whom
h?* took to his homQ in his old agc
and cared for until her death. Wo !
propose io show that theao people liv
e 1 J uiit. Uko people fit ways live who
aro kinspeoplo and.by the entries In j
the Old family Bible,, tho monuments
which James A?. Smith erected over
tito graves of his mother and father
we will prove beyond a doubt that
ibero ia no mystery about his par
entage.. . .-( !
Three cakes of Palmolive Soap
free With a jar of Cold Cream or
box of Face Powder. Owl Drag
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VDU want lo be on hand carly
to gel the une yon want. Some
?half hundred in the lot, every one
new in style and material. No
jobs, nor left overs, just the sort
of suits we sell year in and year
out. This is your chance to buy
"Abd clothes" for Easter at a
mighty little price. We won't
charge them nor send on approval but we will make all alterations
and guarantee tit. Mi
Materials of Serge, Rep, Poplin and Taffeta
Colors: Black, Navy, Copen. Wistaria, Green
oizes io io ???*
You can wear one of
these quality garments at
a much less price than
you pay for the ordinary
C o m e over Monday
while thc assortments are