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Wc received the best yet, in Ladies' Spring Suit's, lillies,
Blacks and Plaids, really worth S25.oo, oh t?? "1 *| A^t
sale in the morning at only.vi M.
WHY PAY MORE?
DURING THE ENTIRE WEEK
Everything for your Easter outfit is here
for you, and the price .is exactly right.
B. Fleishman & Bros.
20 to 40 Per Cent Saved on Every Purchase
Public Square Anderson, S. C.
'Require the prompt placing or orders for engraved invi
tations. Our samples represent thc very latest shapes
and forms that have been accepted by refined and
fashionable society. We LEAD in originating artistic
ofTecls with fine material. Our prices arc the lowest.
Send for samples, which will be supplied free of charge.
J. P. STEVENS ENGRAVING CO., Wedding Stationery
Engravers, 47 Whitehall St.. Atlanta, Ga.
There's no need So take anyone's word for it make com
parisons and you'll find these Monday Sales the greatest mer
chandise events ever pulled of in Anderson-the goods in
variably measure up to your highest f xpectations.
- Pretty; new style Shirt Waists-in Suesine, Voiles and
Organdies, cleverly fashioned and good t?* -| (TIO
$ 1.25 values, Special for Monday, Each.*P A .wv
Large assortment Ladies' Hats, or Shapes, the season's
newest styles and worth SI and ?t.25, Special !" fifj
for Monday, Each. 0\/C
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. Men's Palm Beach Suits-in stripes and plain weayes,-not.-J:
infrequently sold forthe real thing, Special <?*5> 1^fY~
fut .mOi?u?y, cadi. ?#r???v^?r . (
$2.'oo and $2.50 Ladies'. Hals, assorted Hemp--very
popula* just riaw, Special for Monday, . ' ' (Q f\ l?
Each . t;........ -. *7UC
Big; showing ol nevf. Crrpe dc Chine and Wash Silk
Waists, f?ll $2.50 values, Special for d?Q AA
Monday, -Each .>. ...:.. V?s?w
Ladles' Coat. Suits-Shepherd Checks, flatest models
and good $18 value, Special for>Mon- f4 fill
day, Each ii . .?&AWkty%M
$.1.6.00 Sport Coats, Special for Mon
day, Each ... I.......... .... .........
65c Buckets Lard Compound Monday at 4 7c Each,
$1.50 Buckets LardNCompb?i?d Monday at $1.18.
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?yit^?^Jtott>ito^i^jii??'ilim i r 11 mi i II H i'ni.iiiwi?i!w?iri<^iin>??irii"ii?^i
., ? ... &
Mrs. A. Curr Kee anil little ?on ol
fuarlottc, N. C., ure visiting Mrs. J.
I". Watkins on Calhoun street.
Tko following attractive Invitations
liavo been Issued: "Anderson Lodge
of Elks requests your presence at u
i cmpllmeniury Dance In tko Elks
Homo Friday night, April the twenty-j
first, eighty-thirty, to twelve."
The dance 1? given In honor of all
the ladles, gentlemen and young peo
ple who took part In the "County
Fair," and ls a cburmlng little act
of appreciation by thc Elks. No In
vitations'have been sent to a mem
ber of the Elks lodge, and euch and (
o\<ery ono Is experted to be present. ^
Tbe Ladies Missionary society of the
First Presbyterian church -will meet
on Monday afternoon at half past
four with Mrs. F. G. Hardin in
.\Srs. J. 13. TowDuend and iittio
Mifc? Sara Townaeni have gone to1
Clinton to attend thc ,-narrlage of j
Mr, Ferd'nand Jacobs.
Mrs. Jane F. Todd and Mr J. W. j
E., Atkinson have gone to Louisville, j
Ky., to visit Mr. B. H. Todd.
An Altructive Visitor. ?
Mles Georgian! Kress of Alexan
der, Egypt, who has been un attrac
tive visitor herc for the past week, ?
will leave tomorrow for I'niou and j
later Atlanta. Miss KreBS. who is ?
studying medicine, in this countiy. (
hal- ?pent two vears at Columbian
University, and ls now In Chicago.
Sh? is a most charming and attrac
tive' young woman, and came to this
couiltry through tho Influence of th?
missionary under wbom she was con
verted. Sbo has references, and tea
timonlal8 from all the leading di
vines, all over the country, where shi
has visited. After she has complet
ed her medical course she will re
turn to Egypt -where sae will prac
tice among the native women. Slit
haB made a host of friends here, who
will always be deeply interested la
Annual Anniversary Meeting.
The Womans Missionary society ol
tho First Baptist church will hold
their annual Anniversary meeting on
Monday afternoon at four o'clock in
the Sunday school room of tin
church. A beautiful musical pro
gram bas been arranged and thc ad
dress for the afternoon will bc given
by Rev. J.. Louis Bristow of Colum
bia. A short cocial session will bc
held, and a very delightful afternoon
Piedmont District Conference.
Mrs. J?s. R. Anderson,' MIBS Ed
na ?Orovlea, Mrs, John R. Andersen
MrB. J. E. Barton. Mrs'. Irvlr.
Brownlee, Miss Jean Harris, and
Mrs. C. McC. Patrick, members o:
Lho various U. D. C. chapters herc
intended tho Piedmont District Con
Terence of thc United Daughters ol
Lho Confederacy wh'ch met with thc
Hampton Lee chapter of Grier ot
In Honor of Mrs. F.skew.
That a surprise is the nicest thing1
jf all-if it be pleasant-was proven
on Thursday ufternoon, last, .when
Mc: lames thomas Eskcv and Bonham
O'Neal entertained the Henri's DoT
light club In honor of Us oldest mein
ber, Mrs. Amanda Eskcw, who has
lust passed her seventieth birthday.
The fact that the party was in hoi
donor was kopi a secret from thc
tionor guest, and lt came as a com- j
[ilete surprise to hor. . She was very
much effected when a handsome <
wicker chair was brought In and
presented to her-a gift from her
nieces ar.d cousins -who arc members
af tho club. Tho presentation wan
made-toy her oldest niece, Mrs-. Cor
rio Watson, -who was a guest at this
MISB Jane Wakefield gave greet
ings from tho club, and then Mrs.
Ucrri? Watson read a lette? to her,
whlch,;was enjoyed by all present.
Many other little gifts were given by
friends in the club. About 60 guests
were present, and lt was with regret
that they had to say their goodbyes,
tor lt iv a rare event that a sewing
ilub celebrates ' the seventieth an
niversary ot one of its members. The
aostesses served a delicious salad
zourso with an icc. They wore as
ustad 'by a bevy of. lovely young la
dles and matrons. The souvenirs
were tiny picture:; of Mrs. Eskew
m fainted c,i cards, with tho dates
"1840-1916-April 12th"-written In
the corners. Th?se will-be kept end
prized vc*y highly by all,- for to
know her ls to love her well.
The letter which Mrs. Corrio Wat
son read in presenting Mrs. Eskew
tho girts was as follows:
.My Dear Aunt, '
vit - waa ?a happy thought. or tuc
Heart's Relight club to celebrate .your
birthday. . "" ' '
"Thia is the day old age ls honored',
ind J feel .especially honored, because
I amvyqur: oldest niece, to tell you
that wc. your friends and relatives,
wish you. over y joy,- happiness and
blessing or, thin, your birthday.
??ji'.Qrowltt* old t Phy, we are growt
tag young. ...
. "Turn backward, turo t&fekward, ?
time In yottt flight,
'And make mo a child again, just fol
"A .tire Is biMt in the capacious fire
place InHhto 'Clock Boom ; . Happy
young fblks aro there to enjoy Inno
cent , games? aUd some daring youth
sugg?s> th* 'Old ?Virginia Ree!. ' But
It^s^a^Sraat failure, for Watsons
Ipa 'Gurr??ses could not 'trip the light
IE TY ! !
fantastic toe* because uf their good
"Then thc flower gai dun. with the
lovely old-time flower* 'hat grand
mother Betsy had brought from her
old home. Then. the stable?. Thei'e
was sturdy old Sampson, the old
family horse. How we would urge
liim on for lear someone would over
take IIB and pass, for he had the rac?,
horse 'blood in his veins and would I
not let any common ?.jrub beat h'm
on the home Btreteh. The school
bouse up the Pendleton road, where
(Cousin Eliza IBurrlss held forth.
There Mr. Thomas King' wur king in
truth, for-he believed In fe .(onion's
injunction that if you spare tho rod
yea spoil tho child. Ami"Aunt Rach
el's ginger cakes. 'How good they
were. Tho angel cake of modtfrn
times is mere froth and moonshine.
Aunt Sarah Ann. the poor afflicted
one. whose wise counsel abides with
us even today, while other utylngb
are 'forgotten. And then grandma.
Mow she adored her corner. What
a benign countenance. She was the
vjry embodiment of Industry and
economy. Truly, she had the charity
that thinkcth no evil. Last, but not
least, grandpa. How energetic he
was. His motto was 'lt is Dette- lo
woar out than to rust out.' When]
the Saturday services came he left
work and worry and wended lils way 1
to Salem church. Listen, this was;
his favorite hymn," 'Tis 'Religion that I
can give sweetest pleasures while we i
live. Tis Religion must i inply solid
comfort when you die." And the city
nf our dead. What a consecrated
Epot. Father's, mothers, brothers,:
I sisters anti little children lie buried i
there. What a grand galaxy to .hear
the 'well done, good, and faithful ser
vant.' -, , .
Busy mothers have put aside their
household cares to select a suitable
pres-ent for your birthday. It Is
useful -and beautilul. Tho Anderson
Intelligencer, edited thy the (fright
young Glenn, your great-nephew. Thc
Baptist Courier, that your cousin. .1.
?.. Keys edits, a worthy son of a no- j
ble father, the S- S. Quarterly, the I
hymn book, and your Bible all can
bo tucked away in these capacious
pockets ot this chair, lt represents I
JUT love, affection and gratitude. May!
many moro birthdays bc granted you.
Maj Um Joys and rich blessings of
heaven attend you. When you leave I
his earthly house and cross.1 tho Bar
may you meet' your Pilot face to
'II Honor of Mrs. stall mid Mrs Reed
o? Knoxville, Tenn.
"Blcckley Place," gay with gar
'ands of wisteria' and other spring
flowers was the scene of a very de
lightful reception Friday attcrnoon
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Your Easter I
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. Truly is seems as though all
... showing, of Trimmed and Pattei
new ones'every day. ?
AVc name ?he following rcdu
this Springs stock : .
$22xS? Goat Suits now
2%.OQ Coat Suits now
'?WSp'Col^ Suits now
35:00 Coll Suits now
45iOO Coa^vSuits now
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when Mrs. Fred Maxwell, und "plrs.
A. G. Meuns entertained for Slra.
Stall neo, Miss Lurlu Childs and Mrs.
J. J. Heed of Knoxville, Tenn., who
before lier marriage was Miss Fe
The guests wer? received by Mr?.
Paget and Mrs. Prue Sloan who in
vited thom into the lurgo recoptior
room where the receiving line stood.
Beside the two hostesses and honor
ees, were: Mesdames Knott Parke-.".
Will Sullivan, D. O. 'Evans, Em Mur
ray. William Laughlin. Ii. li. Gossett.
and 'Miss Spencer.
A delightful icature of the enter
tailing ut for thc guests was the sing
lng by M?f. Maxwell, .Mrs. Laughlin
nnd MrB. Nardin.
Two delicious sweet courses were
rcrved. Those assisting were: Mes
dames Godfrey, I^eon Hice, Edward
Howard, John Anderson, Missen
Louise Ligon, Zadie Fretwcll and Vim?
Mr. M. W. Klee of West Palm
Beach, Florida, who is on his wuy to
1''chmo?>d. Va., ls stooping here with
his brother. Mr. James F. F.tiue, North
* COMING AND GOING ?
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Miss Louise McKinney of Iva wai
.in the city shopping yesterday.
Mr. Ii. ll. Welborn of WilliamstoR
was a business visitor yesterday.
Prof. J. B Watkins of Belton spent
yesterday in the city.
Mrs. Mary Dikson and Mr. llarr>
1 Dickson aro spending thc week-end
in Jacksonville, Fla., with Mr. Hugh
j Mr. J. "A. Dodson of Donalds wah
i among the visitors yesterday.
M-sc OB Ellen Plnckncy ol' 'Charles
j ton und Julia Pinckney of Wllllam
I stop return to the former's home to
i dav after a visit to Mrs. J. L. Sher
[ Miss Aileen Her?n of Starr Bponl
! yesterday in tho city.
! vMr. Wesley Dickson of Atluuta is
! visiting in the city.
Seven Supposed to liv? Mud Were Sliol
Seven dogs, which wore thought tc
havo had the rabbler, were shot yes
terday morning, ono of these being In
tho Anderson mill village. This dog
was shot by Officer Whitten just as
it was in t'"e act of biting a cow.
Several -'ogs wero len by these
dogs and they have be . . put to death
Banana planto can be had at
Fant's Book Store.
Thc most authentic styles
-the most comprehensive
innovations-and the most
pleasing "price incentives"
are to be found in our
fr ?a . ?nv;
the superlatives apply lo our
ms Hats, and we are receiving
ctiom, on Coat Suits, all latest
r , . . . . $18.00
' . . ...... . 20.50
r '. '. .\-,. 25.85
Ready For You
Wo had thc largest Milli
nery business Saturday in the
histor % of ?mr business.
New Millinery arrived Sat
urday-Your Baster Hat is
here read v for you.
New Waists For Easter
SPECIALS FOR MONDAY
25 Doz. New Waists, on sale Monday.$1.00
Ladies' Silk Corset Covers, Monday.49c
Middy Blouse, Stripe Collars, Monday.50c
Ladies.M aline Gauze Vest, Monday.15c
Ladies' Bungalow Aprons.48c
Ladies' Holcproof Fibre Tex Hose, Monday.50c
Blister Brown Silk Hose, Monday.50c
Boys' Paul Jones Rompers, Monday.50c
Boys' Cloth Hats, Monday:.50c
We want to thank you for the large Easter business
you are giving us--"There's a Reason."
Hitch Your Wagon to a Winner
Now Located Next to Osborne & Pearson's Old Corner
The Largest Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Store tn thc State
Are you getting your share of the merchandise 'thal is
being thrown on the market, on account of our having to
move, at greatly reduced prices? [
If not, you are losing money. Thc goods, are. all :dc -
pendable and at original prices were as good values as the
city alfords, but in order to materially reduce stock pre
paratory lo moving we haye made .decided cuts ,in;4hey
I have been in business herc for twenty one years and.
thc same fair and square dealing that has characterized
the business throughout all those years Will prevail during,
this REMOVAL SALE, lt will pay you to see my goods
before buying, especially Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes,
East Side Square
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