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At This Store
Wc haye 12 or M beautiful new Coat Suits,
newest materials-cloth-prices ranging from
Si 2.5o tb'*3&ft>, which wc oller at tiXACT
LY ONE-THIRD OFF original prices.
An carly secction is advised.
And No Money To Go
That's v/hat a lot of folks Will bc saying if they arc not care
ful how they spend their morly. The money you will save on
Ready-to-Wear, Shoes, Dry Goods, etc., if you buy at the Bee
Hive, will be mighty handy if you want to take a little trip for
Easter. Think it over, folks. Come here today and see, be?
sides the greatest line of New Spring Suits for Men and Women
in town, the following:
Extra line Quality Froncb Shirting Stripes, usual 2.r>e 1 Q
grade-in 10 to 20 yurd lenghls-Bailes' way. tho yard.IOC
36 inch White Pique, extra good quality,
Fiite imported White Madras, silk stripes-a beautiful material for
Shirts and Shirt Waists-you won't lind anything prettier OR o
any place at 50?i yard, Our price, tho yard.?3C
20 Pieces Printed Dotted Swiss, good l'8c vnlue,
our price, the yard.
1 Lot .Self Chock. Silk Waisting-in the new sluidcs-full OG?
HOC value, 10 to 20 yard lenghts. tho yard...O?C
S7 Pieces good i2 1-2 grade'Percules-in light and dark 1
patterns, the yard . .~.i"v
100 Pieces No. ?00 English Longcloth, 10 yards to tf?*g AA
piece or bolt, our price, the bolt.I.?P * m\M\?
100 Pieces No. 400 English Longcloth at 90c bolt.
36 inch Gabardine, in plain white and fancy stripes,
the yard. . ?,'..? .
Beautiful lot now Curtain Swiss, at 10c yard.'
No. OOO Ano
the bolt .....
Engljsh LongbloUj. l^yards to'bolt,
-5 Pieces-beautiful Uookfold Voiles, dainty printed pat
turns, good 3!>p value, our price, ijio yard.
39 Pieces assorted cur(uln sorTuis-in white, ecruo aqd "1 O-,
cream", worth; 25c, our1 price, tho'.tyard.. .*
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After \ I oar Years .cJ j Plwjfcrag?rig \ nad sotlen so weak I could ?bt sisea,j
UpbDetplir. Bratai Sfe?" Cantui; Mo ?toa?'? hiele, ul I tot?
. .' rr^T Mdo& I toutd tell ? wis helping me, : 1.
J^i -1- ;/' -;???? ??*?" W'if?k tw*aties without Us
this tt?e, I Widd ?t?y;^ h>^ i to **** than I alit? wt??, n Ks to
wt?h^ Jrtf cont? &x?'ibyirtei'it ^ * e?it?tn^ suctes?? and should
t?h ATttnies?!woultf?lY.?ucv?r?pta* s^yn^yotfioo. Y<>ur druggist ha*
:-ttt?#^^'^^^^ ? wi? Aak.td*. Hs wifl roto??
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?taL oothlng W*mt? to do me Any good. T??I f? w?'-*?? talCT&ue?. i%
ON FRIDAY EVEKING
TERCENTENNIAL OF SHAKE
SPARE'S DEATH TO BE
Will Give Scries of Plays at An
derson College on Friday
Thu program for tito i?!uy lo bc
given by tho seniors of Anderson col
lego waa announced yesterday, this
I play being given to commemorate the
\ death of William Shakespeare. The
I exercises will begin nt 8::?0 and thc
program is ns follows:
SHAKESPEARE'S LOVEL "S
Presented by tho Senior English
Scene-Thc Forest of Arden.
Time-Thc merry month of May.
Our Kn:(ir Revelry.
Rosalind Look you will call uiv
Celia-No longer Celia but Aliena.
Corin-An old man-Grace -~Wat
Who comes here? Lorenzo and his
Admired .Vi rand a.
M vanda-Nelle Martin.
?OOT Honour's l'iajers Are Come to
Play a Pleasant Comedy.
Katharina -Wilma Ervin.
Your Answer in Broken .Music.
King Henry V-Zullcne Masters j
Princess Katharine of France
Juliet and Her ltonv-'o.
F.tomco-'Lou Nell McGee.
Under the Greenwood Tree.
Blow. Blow, Thou Winter Wind.
Oh, Mistress Mine.
Who ls Sylvia.
I know a Bank.
Musicians: MLffSS Sarah Stranath
an and Zenobia Welch; -Messrs. I. R.
Rico and Sam Orr Tribbie.
Ur. Snyder to Make Address.
On Saturday evening at 8:30 o'clock
Dr. Henry Nelson Snyder, president
of Wofford college, will make an ad
dress In the college auditorium. His
subject will .bo: Somo thoughts on
the Three Hundredth anniversary ol
tho death of Shakespeare "
Wilt Ile Staged Tonight 'il 8:3? ul THe
Last evonlng's- rehearsal for UH
Double. Woddlug was a big succussi
tho men respond'iTg (splendidly to
everything asked of them. Don't fail
to witness tonight the funniest event
that ever' havened In Anderson.
Following ere thc names of those
Master of ceremonies-Mr. James
Dride No. 1-Dr. "lYp" Major.
Bride No. 2-Mr. floss Cuines. /.
Groom No. 1-Mr. Archie Todd.
Groom No. 2-Mr. Joe Norris.
Father of Brides-Mr. A. G.
Means. . %
Brother of Brides--?Mayor J. H.
Best Man No. 1-Mr. Harleston
Best Man No. 2-Mr. John Will
Dame of Honor-Mr. J. J. Fret
Maid or Honor-Mr. Tommie Lyons
Flower Girl No. 1--Mr. C. B.
Flower Girl No. 2-'Mr. Ralph
Herald-?Mr.- G. B. Greene.
-Rtngbearer No. 1-?Mr. FJiymond
iii H a bearer Nu. 2-:Mr. (ii cnn LOS
slter. . .
Ushers-Mr. "Buck" Barton and
Dr;.-.flugga. ? .
.Bridesmaid.Messrs. Loon 'Klee,
Fired Tribbie, George Pant, and Char-.
Groomsmen-Messrs. Eugene Mil
ford, Sam' Wolfe, Tom Cartwright,
?t^M*. T. L. Coly.
Conductor of OTcneStr*--Prbf. Q.
Pianist--Mrs. O. W. Chambers.
Member* ot Oychestrsr-rFlnest boys
In town. : J
Various distinguished guests : and
edme out-of-town relatives hive been
Invited, and lt la hoped tnat they
-may be present??
ti ? ' ? ? --
vYhlte Plains Club.
The Watte plains Democratic club
wilt meet Saturday. ?pr?l ?2nd, at
2:30 ac?dele. '
W. J. Johnson,
/,: . " i^ret?ry.
Orow vegetables for your local
market, and increase your profit . by
marketing them *n a neat, attractive
ll SOCIETY !
* _,_ ?
Prlmnrj Phllutlicu i'la**.
The primary Phllathea class of the
First Baptist church met yesterday
altcrnooa with Miss Maule Edwards,
at her home on Weft .Market street.
Tho, meeting was delightfully pleas
.vnt and the music by Miss Lucite
King and Miss Irene Seiglur of Au
g isla, was enjoyed by all.
During tho social hour tho young
hoBteES served a delicious ?wool
cours?. The guests for thc after
noon woro:'?llsse.v Frances Riley, Lu
cile King. ?rcuc Zelglcr. Carol Cox,
Marcile Qttcst. '.Victoria Earle, Made
lSlwurdtv'A&nes Htlcy, laura Glenn,
Annie Belt ;.O.lcnn, Laurie Smothers.
ElisabethIftfcGeo, Mabel Billingham
Savannah, Ashley, Maggie Smith.
Duo West A linn nie.
The Duo West Alumnae will meet
with Mrs. J. H. Young on Friday at
ti moon at four-thiity. Fach member
ls asked to respond lo the. roll oill
with a quotation from one of Shakes
peare's women characters.
Mrs Italph Templeton, who ha*
been spending tho past week willi
Mrs. O. ' F. Taylor on North Main
:rect left for her new home in Co
.uuibla, S. C.. on Tuesday morning.
Misa Zoe Broylcs has gone to At
lanta to visit friends and attend thc
Mrs. Zclglcr Marshall of Califor
nia is visiting relatives. Mrs. Mar
shall is a .former Anderson girl, ami
has many friends here who r.-;?. de
lighted lo' ace her again.
Little Miss Mary Elizabeth Craig
wat' the pretty little hostess to a
fe*- of her 'friends -yesterday after
n< on whou she entertained in bono'
of her fifth birthday. After a merry
series of games the little folks were
cr.rried Into thc pJrottMy decorated
Jlnlng room where a dainty sweet
course was served. The uttroetlvc
birthday cake was out, und thc ring
foll to Miss Raith Kcese. the thimble
to Wilson Thornton, tho dime to Mel
va Thornton, und phc button to little
M*S3 Guest. Fach little guest wa-;
given a tiny while rabbit us a sou
venir of this, delightful occasion.
The Palmetto chapter, U. ii. C.
will meet this afternoon nt foin
o'clock with ?Mrs Ed. Marshall or
West Franklin street. The members
aro urged Uo"' attend.
Tho Sohl?r PhUathca-elass or tin
First 'P^cs'byterian ' church;"will hav<
a cake s?le.pr ^.Saturday April 29
Any ono* desiring ' a cake next weal
can phone one of thc ladles In charge
and -they will bc glad to supply anj
kind of cake desi rei. Any phont
I ni es trigo to Mrs. Clarence Tolly. Mrs.
I J. L. (Farmer, Mrs. llosa McCully 01
Miss Genevieve Simpson will be glv
en prompt attention.
? COMING AND GOING ?
' Dr.;C. II. Burton of Iva wa? i
business visitor yesterday.
Mr. J. B. LOverctto of Starr paus
ed through Anderson yesterday 01
ronlo to Clinton whore he will tak<
charge of the Clinton leo faetc??
Mr. Roy .lohus, secretary o? tin
Clemson. Y. M. O.A., was a biisl
noss visitor yesterday.
Pw. und Mrs. S. J. Hood of I vi
?pent .>;Cfc-torday lu thc city.
.Mr. Pele Goldsmith or Greciivllli
is visiting; in thp pity .
Prof v -Ci*. *>-'. O?lbman ..of. J vu wai
among the, business visitors, yeatcr
w? i,, ::
Mrs. R.'G. Owens, and children
William and Frances, or Frankvlllo
wero in the city yestorday.
Miss Aillo Cobb, of Frankvlllo wai
a visitor here yesterday. ;
Rotation of Crops to Prevent Disease
"notation nf crops is as Important
In growing- vegetables'aa In growing
field 'crop's',' .and tile' same principle!
csa bs? supplied. -?fisp r?tatioa l?" Im
portant in chocking diseases and tn
secti and in keeping thc soil in gcoc
condition. . When* diseases are ver>
severe, tho same crop should hot bc
planted' continuously on the caine
area. Rotation of crops is one ol
the safeguards against soil Infec
tion,' band upon which a diseased
crop has been grown should not bc
used 'for Vie' Ramo or a' closely re
lated crop oftener than once In three
years, lt ts usually advisable tn. ro
tate crops tn such a way that foliage
(jinch as cabbage, keir/,, spinach, and
mustard) " folio* root crops (Irish
potfttoee, beets, parsnips; carrots
etc.) or ?bose grown for fruits, (to
matoes, poppers, raciono, etc) This
fan bo accomplished In a measure
by changing the location of crops lt
the planting plan or by reversing
tbs plan from year : to year." t TM
same applies to rotation ot cotton
corn, grain, etc* ' -W|rtt> for fr?
Clemson College bulletin, "Soil
Bnildirti tfor. South Caroline."
.JURORS ARE DRIN
ERVE WEEK HA? 8TH
COURT OF GENERAL SES
SIONS TO CONVENE AT
JUDGE G. E. PRINCE
Will Be Presiding Judge-Court
Will Last More Than Two
Weeks if Necessary.
Jurors lo Bervio during tho first
week of thc courl of general sessions
to report for duty. Monday morning.
May 8th, wore drawn by the Juroi
commissioners yesterday morning, "as
C. Frank Holt, Anderson. !
.1. G. Wilson. Wil Bramston.
??. M. Major. Hroadaway.
T. F. Hill. Anderson.
J W. Clement, Honea Path? -
J. Ii. Mceuen. Helton.
T. A. Wlgington, Anderson.
J. W. Brock, Honea Path.
.1. M. Phillips. Brushy Creek.
A. G. Epting,'Anderson.
Jno. H. Adger, Helton.
Tillman Hanks. Jr , Marlin.
J. It. Mitchell. Helton.
Jas. P. Qossott, Wil?amston.
E. L. Tovrlc, Pendleton.
L). C. Goorgo, Fork.
E. N. McCoy, Cenlcrvllle.
J. ll. Elrod. Hopewell.
V c. Hlackston, Williamston.
J. c. Garrison, Fork.
CH. Allen, Contervlile.
W. s. Broizeale, Hroadaway.
lt. I?. Gray, Corner.
.1. S. Melton. Garvin.
J. A. Wilson. Marlin.
W L. Hayes, Hali.
S. G. Hell. Williamston.
H. M. Holland.'V?rennos.
T. T. Coy. Williamston.
E. M. Hall. V?rennos.
El. A. Simpson, Savnnnail.
K. E. West, V?rennos.
W P. Hell. Hall.
R. L. Pettigrew. Hock Mills.
Ti. li. Holden. Hopewell.
J. J. Bruce, Willtamston.
Judge Geo. E. Pr?tice o? this city
will be ?ho providing Judge. Tho
court will last more than ono week
if necessary. . ,
Pendleton Ci nb.
Pendleton D?mocrate club will
meet In the farmers hall ut three
o'clock Saturday afternoon, * April
S. JJ. Eskew,
the fashton day of di
pride of the fashions
Iii readiness for tl
Anderson has been bi
Everything is her
outfitting ol ?VerV w<
so, while im
the hill season V wear
now ie the time io ma
place if you \vo??f?i*i
Easter and Spring ap\
Pretty things, every
one of them. Opened
eleven yesterday after
noon, ready for you
this m o r ri i n Of
course, they are the
very last word in style.
They have to be or you
wouldn't see them in
our place. We oelect
the following for de
scription because they
are exceptionally pret
Lavender Plaids, with combination of plain
Taffeta and Georgette.
Hunter's Green Taitet? and Georgette
('(?pen lilue, Georgette and Taffeta-new
Gray Tal)eta, with (ouches of Aoft CLf\
Copen lilue Sport Dress, white Crepe de
Chine, purple tie.
Navy Hine Crepe dc
Tan Crepe vie
This merely gives you the colors and combinations. We
can't tell you all about the little touches here and there that are
necessary to a well finished dress; and, by the way, you'll lind
more "little touches" about our clothes than yon Hud about the.
We'd like to have you look these over today while they are
fresh and while your size is in stock.
A Gift for Easter
One of these beautiful fans would prove one of the most ac
ceptable gifts imaginable. A pair of Gordon Silk Hose, too,
would be fine. Lois of other things.
Think it Over
^_when the streets will be aglow vvith the
of the new season, is only a few days distant.
bis Easter week, the service of every store in
.ought to a high degree of perfection.
I in th? way of crisp, new wearables for the
?man and child? ma? and hoir, stylishly and
Hions ar? ?t the z?nith of their variety; white
is ahead of you and with
ke four selections; And Aiid?rsbit, S; the
?tire the ?reates* amount of satisfaction in your 'T.