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New Sport Skirts
Wc have just unpacked.a grand assortment of the new
est in the New Sport Skirts-in Piques, Bedford Cords, Cor
duroys, Repp, Palm Beach and other popular wash materials
-stripes and plain white, every one a beauty at the price
$1.50 to $6.00 Each
Also, we want yon to see the new things received here
this week in Belts, Bags,. Purses, Neckwear, etc. We have
a new shipment of Net Dresses, too, that will prove inter
esting and a charming showing of "All White" in millinery,
Leghorns, Panamas and Milans, the prettiest yet.
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And the prices have
been reduced to a point
where the savings are won
derfully in your favor.
Ml these Suits are from our
regular stock-no special
purchase of job lots or
samples-but new, stylish ^M^!0?:^d:^ 1
Suits, bought in the regu- ' (P^y^^^^^^fZ-.
.lar way. Included in this offering, are a number of the
newest Taffeta Silk suits 'which', have just come in.
ALL GOING AT ONE-THIRD OFF.
West Side Square
Sole Agency FROLASET CORSETS. " They Lace in Front
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What Dr. Albert'had to say about
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20 acres have been set aside In
N?>rtiiAnderson for permanent
' [;.r playgrounds.
Who Can Estimate
' ^ :^ = ' What iliesfe'2|6 a^res will mean to
th?-healthand happiness of the
. ?hlld^Oj notjpnly o/ North An
d?rson,$4?t ot A^Arfson as a .
DUKE IS PLANNING
ONE COTTON ?MILL UNIT A
YEAR IS PLAN AND
Which Will Be Included is That
Along the P. & N. Lines
Is One Condition
Tho following from The Charlotte
Observer yesterday ls of interest :
"One cotton mill unit a year" is
tiie plan and purpose of Air. James
B. Duko and associates for this terri
tory according to 'well authenticated
statements euiaiiKting from sources
By the term "unit" is meant the
mill proper, the mill village and then
all the adjuncts that go along to con
stitute a completo plant for thc
production of textile products. Some
of the unite are large while thc oth
ers aro ce-niparatively small, although
lull of them aro relatively large when
compared with tho majority of mills
in this section.
By tho tenn "association" il is not
meant that Mr. Duke must have
Messrs. W. S. Lee, C. L. Burkhold'
er, E. C. Marshall, Z. V. Taylor, or
E. Thomasin to tho company, but
that any cotton mill men wiso have
the reputation of being good manu
facturers, who aro willing to go Into
tho proposlton with their monoy and
time and who can show their ability
to deliver the goods, will bc financial
ly "backed" to thc limit in auy tex
tile enterprise that holds forth the
promise ,of safe and satisfactory re
There is only one condition prece
dent to the enterprise and that ls that
the mill must bo located somewhere
on tho. Piedmont & Northern Hue.
It ls-not necessary to require that
motive power shall be procured from
the Southern Power Bystem for that
will bo dictated by good business
judgment andi sense. The vast major
ity of mills are now being "carried"
hy-tlie hydroelectric syBtem. Indeed,
Mr. Duke has been quoted as declar
ing that after this summer that cot
ton mill in this section which shows
smoko escaping from its smokestack
ls an evidence ci extravagant opera
tion in view of tho fact secondary
power will be available nt prices that
will put coal out of tho question as
Just the significance of this latest
plan -of Mr. Duko is one hard to
grasp .at. finit, bl us'\. . .It means .more
and more that .this section ls to be
come in fact as1 well as in name tho
center of the textile interests of the
?roath and may ho of tho nation.
There are mills now going up with
surprising rapidity and this means
that the number will bo augmented.
For some time past, lt has "been the
exception whon a new. cotton mill was
not announced for Gaston county
eyory week or two. This prevalence
of mills is to bo extended to Meck
lenburg and. other counties within the
zone of Interurban activity.
Tho Southern Power-Duko Inter
ests 'today control a surprising num
ber of cotton mills.' and there- are
scores and scores of others In which
they aro largely Interested. It Is
good business for them to maintain
.theso interests and also to cultivate
others; for they reap the- benefits at
SO many tiirns. For instance tho
Southern Power sells the current
that run the mills, the interurban
brings in tho raw material and then
after ^ the j ?rawy material has been1
spun into yarn or woven'into cloth
hauls the bales of manufactured pro
duct to tho markets of tho world;
tho increase, in. population provides
more folks 40 rido on tho trolloy ays
tern and' to consumo power and the
gradual filling In of towns .'aug
ments the commercial zone which In
turn reacts tn -Bohalf of tho power
company as well .as tho electric rail-,
road. Thero are so.many phases to
tho general situation that the ag
gregates-makes lt ono. of . great ad
vantage to the power company.
. < - ls Good nosiness.
.Mr. Duko's idea of one cotton mill
a year is baaed upqp the best .busi
ness sense ' imaginable. Over and
above all it is developing the ^terri
tory which will rebound to general
advantages to all parties. It ls fur
thermore to bri remembered that en
terprises in willoh Mr. Duko .Joins
hands aro-conducted on tho very best
and most up-to-rdato methods. Ho in
the great apostle of efficiency, ot
Utilization of every ounce of effort
and,'service and those mills in which
ho launches must be up-to-date sud
approved. '. Ilia enterprises are' there-,
fore.models pf their kln/i.:
Tposo wlio ero folioing lhe it?x
tilo development .o'; thia territory.,
must-pear in mind Mr.' Duke's slogan
."Ono cotton mill a year" in their
calculations of future growth. Ho
has numerous ?thor plans fpr devel
opment which are yet embryonic " but
Uley, will transpire in duo season .
Mr?. Gassanay Mere.
-'\.?hrs;-,,J< T. Gassaway, of Hohe?
Path, is "spending a few -weeks 'in ibe
city for tho purpose, of undergoing
osteopathic treatment. She is stay
ing with Mrs. T. K. Roper on Mc
Duffle street. "
W?a* te Greeavltlts.
.Quite a number of Anderson ein
sehe wont to; Greenville yesterday
afternoon to attend tho annual con
vention of the 'P. Aand "to
present .ni Use open]ug ot the i wh
way io, that cltyj
H. HOOD M'?ARLEY SUPT. j
TAUGHT IN THE CITY I
Having at One Time Been Prin
cipal of the School at Orr
Mills and Mt. Pleasant
Tlie news that Mr. H. Hood Me-1
Curley, formerly of this county, hus]
been appointed superintendent of
education for Churlewton county, will
bo of Intorest to the pcoplo or An
derson . Mr. McCarley was for a few]
yeat.-s principal of tho Orr mills]
school, and ls well known here.
Mr. McOirley Is a graduate of the |
Collego of Charleston, linvlng fin
ished in tho class of 1904. Later bel
went to Cokunbia university. For
tho past several years he has been
principal and head of the school ut |
In Charleston Mr. McCarley ' sn.:- j
coeds Mr. E. P. Warring, who died j
several days ago, and that Is why an
appointment had tu bo made.
Th mi-a mia Upon t honan nd:; of WO
I tuen ?nave kidney and bladder trouble
I and never suspect lt.
Women's complaints ofton proco to
bo nothing else bat kidney trouille,
or the result of kidney or bladder
If the kidneys arc not in a healthy
?condition, they may cnuso tho other
I organs to become diseased.
You may suffer a great deal willi
j pain In the back, headache, loss ot
. umbi!ion, nervousness and may bo
I despondent and irritable
Don't delay starting treatment. Dr.
Kilmor's Swamp-Root, a physician's
prescription, obtained at any drug
store, restores health to thu kidneys
aod ia just tho remedy needed to over
come such conditionne.
Get a fifty-cent or uno dollar bottle
immediately from any drug store.
However, .ii ?you. wish first io test
I this great preparation send ten cents
I to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N.
Y., -for a sample bottle. When writ
ing bc sure and mention the Andor
I sou Semi-weekly Intelligencer.
Bring us yqur prescriptions at
nights Room Phono No. 854.
Owl Drug Coo
Now and then, hi these c
usual. Saturday-or Saturda
on every one of our five floor;
and Summer merchandise for
much lower than ever.
1 lot niue Serge and Fancy Y
Special Tor Saturday and
Monday; each iv.
.'Your choice o? any our SI2.50
Stilts for Saturday and
Mondty only;. opch.. .?
Mot Kool Kloth and Genuine
Suits", val no $7.50, Special for.
Saturday andaMonday Sale, cadi
- : v.. Boy? . Palin Bosch ' Pants Satur?
day nt 4.'.c Pair.
Shirts and Under;
?ig Uno if .Men's Sport ?hirb
25 Doz?n^tte'nV* Anderson mt
Underwear, special for this sale,
the garment .,,;.>?> . ... .
See Us for Straw
Big Une of Wen's Straw HaU
this Baie, 50c to $2.98..Bacb. >
1 lot Ladles^ Oxford Ties-In V
metal and Mary Jane-Special
this Saturday nnd Monday Sale, ?
.< 1 lot Ladiea*;0?ford Ties-in P
? Vlei Kid aad Gunmetal-ali stylei
. 1 lot Ladles' Oxfords-in Tan
$2.f>0 and $3.00 values, Special
and Monday, the . Pair ...... V ..
ANDERSON TO OBSERVE
IQIH MEMORIAL DAY
GRAVES OF ALL SOLDIERS IN
ANDERJON WILL RE
Ladies Have Been Appointed to
Sec After the Various Ceme
teries of the City
Next Wednesday, May 10. will be
observed as Memorial Day In South
Carolina, und plans have been made
for the observance of the day in An
derson. The graves of all tho sol
diers in tho lqcal cemeteries will bc
strewn with f loworn by t\\t* - n\em
bers of the R. fi. Leo chapter and
of tho t!. D. (C.
Tho following committees have
been nppointed hy the president.
Mrs. Raymond Beaty:
Monument-Mrs. li. Spann Howl-j
lng, Mrs. Joe Shelor, Miss Edna j
Hampton Tablet lu ihn Court
House-Mrs. H. F. Wlloon, Mrs. Will
. Presbyterian Graveyard)-Mrs. W.
H. Nardtn, Jr., Mrs. J. B. Cooley,
Mrs. l?. O. nenn. Mr?. Waller Mur
j phy, Mrs. W. S. rumsey. Mrs. R.
S. Thompson. *
I Bapti8t--Mr3. J. P. Sullivan.
Mrs. J. O. W?hlte. Mrs. W. II.
Steele, Sirs. J. O. Sanders, ' Mrs.
Minn lo Milford.
Catholic.-Mrs. M. I... Hon'jam,
Mrs. J. R. Vandlver, Mrs. j. J.
Laldwin, Mrs. T. E. Howard.
Silver Brook Ccmotery-Mrs.- G.
M. Tolly, Mrs. G. N. Broylos. Mrs.
J. M. Poyno, Mrs. John Davis, Mrs.
S. N. Gllmer. Mr?. B. F. Krume,
Mrs. V. B. Maxwell, Mrs. C. S.
Sullivan, Mrs. H. If. RUHSCII and
Mrs. W. W. Webb.
.MASONS AT CLEMSON
Important Meeting Calhoun Lodgi
Ileld Lust Night.
A numbor of the .members of tho
local Masonic lodges went tc?. Clom-1
aqn last night to attend un impor
tant mooting of Calhoun lodge. .Mr.
George T. Bryan, past grand bmastf?
and Mr. Robert A. Cooper, grapd
master, wcro present. Among'; those
receiving tho . Master's degree' was
Dr. W. M. Rigg?, president of Clem
son. After the work had been com
pleted, a banquet was Bervod, cov
ers being luid for -100. .. ,
Bring us your prescriptions at|
night. Room Phone' No. 8S4.
Owl Drug Co.
lays of mounting prices, it does one
y and Monday-we will co rn m enc?
t, most wonderful values. Not bar
women, men, boys and girls. Our
j, Special for
ute < Nainsook
i, Spacial for
iel Kid, Gun
i; Special for
and Bro ni; e
200 Pairs Ladles'
Leather with colored b
lal for Saturday and M
300 Pairs Men's Ozfo
Gunmetal and Tan-Sp
Saturday and Monday, tl
200 Pairs Men's Lo
leather? and styles-vt
Saturday and .Monday?
150 Pairs Men's Lon
Gunmetal and Vtcl Kid
for. Saturday and Mond
tho pair .... ? ,.......
'3 Casca Men's Canv
Tan and G ruy-SI. fiO vail
for .Saturday and Monda
Ladies* Corset Co*
19c, 2?^^?c imd 51
Ladic?f Gowns arie
Monday at 48c, 7 Bc t
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Exit Winter Hats
Wime Nature is Nutting OM new Clothes, men arc dressing
np, too. There are nijore new Straw Hats now than old winter
ones on the streets; by, Sunday morning the bright Spring styles
wilt be on every head.
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Straws, $1.50 to $3.50 Panamas, $3.50 to S6.C?
HURRY AND GET YOURS
T. L? CELY CO.
SPRING AND SUMMER
Mark the sman ?ylcs, thc un
approachable cut and superb
tailoring in the suits shown herc
$12.50, $15, $18, and
You know the, minute you
see Ihem that they arc right;
there isn't a question of com
promise, not a shadow of inde
. We have other good suits al
And we are ready with a
great line of Straw Hats
Straws, 50c to $3.00
R. w. TRIBBLE
. The Up to Date Clothier
Headquarter? ?for. Regal Shoes
good to meet something that makes a Dollar loom larger than
s our Big Spring Salo and have for you in every department, and
gain plunder-but good, reliable tines of carefully selected Spring
prices are always very low--for this big Spring Sale they will be
ops-valUL 13.00, Spce
onday, the Pair . $L08
rds-In Patent Leather,
eclal for t??| ??
ie Pair .... ?P * .3'?
w Cut Oxfords-la all
iluo $3.60, Specfal for
tho Pair . $2?8
' Cut Oxfords-In Tan,
:-$4.00 values, Special
as Oxfords-In White,
jes, Special gi IA
y, tho pair vi?*?/
ers and Musita Pan';
I Skirts Saturday and
Big Sale of
Our entire line of
Ladies* Spring Suits at
actual New York coat
for Saturday and Mon
Ono Lot Ladles' Dine Serge Skirts, Special
ror Saturday and Monday. ^2 48
' Ono. Lot Ladles' Wash Skirts-In tt|ray. and
White-Special for (Saturday and . x fifiA
V?onday, each ..??...V..........
15 Dozen Ladles' White l^wn'Shlrt Wntsto,
Special for Saturday and Monday , Aftg*
each .. V: v.... J**?**
ono Lot Ladles* White :prcsaee-In Voiles
$4.00 values, Special foe F-<>nrdoy
and Monday^each ....... Uv . ?. .
25 Dozen Ladles' Shirt Waists-1n Lawns
and iSllks-Special for. Saturday and QQ'?? '
Monday, each -, ?f ?IV
.85 Dozen Children's, Dressesr^ia Ginghams,
Ualatea*. White Lawns, etd , Special ' - A;?tg? *
for Sa'tnrdvy and Monday, each;vi . i.; -'. ..*Tr?V
40 Ilozon Children's Dresses-In oil mater
ial s and colora-Sp eclal for Saturday
aird Monday, each .......,.v........
10 Dozen Ladies' House DreiaesAyln Ging
ham and Madras, apeeiaj-'for;^?'^^;'w?^-'
day and Monday, each ....... J vr'**QC
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