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distinguished from all others
by its fragrance.
The first time you get a whiff of
STAG, you'll go buy some.
In the pipe, in the tin, indoors, out
doors, its natural lasting fragrance
will win you at once and forever.
Convenient Packages: Tho Handy Hajf
Size 5-Cent Tin, the Full-Size lO-Cent Tm, tho Pound and
Half-Pound Tm Humidors and the Pound Glass Humidor.
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For Pipe and Cigarette.
P. LotiUard Cp. -Established ?76G
You will be doing yourself
a good turn bv installing a
GAS RANGE. We sell
them under the strongest
$2 per month.
Anderson Gas Co.
Tho Farmers and Merchants
Batik is prepared .to issue the
American Express Co.'s Travel
lers' Letters of Credit available
anywhere lu the known worlds
These checks provide an easy way
of identifying the owner. They
are Safe and Convenient. .
j t's Jim Like This
Wime yaw need glasses yon natur
ally want tho best and at a living, I
prlco. Hight ft??* ls wljersr you get1
both, as well as the services of a
graduate Optrejnetrisl vsji.? l?*aty.
two years orspcricsce. SssjaineUo?
lt?. aVCHRARY ULkMPIf
, Orar Stans Paaratte? Sa. a,
GAVE LADIES A
Col. Jos. N. Brown and John]
Linley Presented Civic Atso-i
ation With Eleven Acres
(From Tuesday's Daily.)
Col. Jon. N. Brown and John W.
Litih y. gav? .to the Ladjes Civic Asso
ciation ? df -Anderson a' trnc-t of ldnd
in .North Anderson consisting of ll
acres, according to an announcement
made after u^e'
ig ?iuderatood that, .the,.land in. give;;
the civic association for a terni ol
2w years fcjtti thc understanding tbat
a" paj-k will be mado there as soon us
poiifliile and maintained during the
ensuing 20 year?. The tract of land
is adjacent to the famous "Gulley" in
This will mean that Anderson will
have another beautiful park and that
at no distant date. Those Anderson
people who know what the civic asso
ciation can accomplish when it sets
out cn .a project will f??! assure !
that the new park will soon bc under
WRV !t ir. P.2.?C. tri that ?t V.??
bc u credit to th? city 5? every 2er.ne|
of the word.
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Iva, April 22.-A pliant KWH*, of
the week Was a "nilr.c-?tlau?ous snow*
ci" at the "nome or Mrs. T. C. Jack
son, by the members of tho mission
ary society ahd Phihit'i-;a class of the
Presbyterian church of Mis?. Mary
Sherard, who ls a mcmbit of both and
. wll be married on WT. Thur tulay af
ternoon at fi o'clock io ^r. Jos. T.
SInipaon of "Anderson. Tlu-re were
about forty present, fiervic^,contesta'
wore engaged in co;i<(Utm-? ot How
Mary er-.ptivated Jim. How she should
^ict on her brdal tour, how to man
ag?- a husband, 'etc. Mmw laughable
ann we rs were Riven, after theis a ring
sit tlie door was li:--rd y;id Master
Louis Jackson wa? adm.tfedt he be
ing dressed In the.garb o fa Railroad
Mail i'iqrk ViuVitis ? i-Oiipi'y ?>* vi.'
?J&erl mail bags.
He was announced .by Miss Mabel
Heid in the foiiowln.x venus:
"Hark to the merry pn.Uuiau'3 wel
All blessings and r?ood luck to him, |
To .Mary he comea not as 'Uncle
Hut ?* her hannv "Untie Jira."
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The postman then pro<t??tlod lo crop
ty t'?o bess-gt ho ieet of the bride to j
bat, tba mail proved to l>> laden with
many beautiful and useful rr<:scnla
which attested"'the low ?nd estuew
in which ?he is, hel l bv tho fellow
members and cl as macs-. Atter the j
matt had been delivered t'.e gufn's
?vere served with, a>tno*t d^llcioui
salad cdnrso. . K^coilent music waa
furnished throughout lb?j jfternoon by
Misses Margaret Hlack and Mabel ]
^Rev. and Mrs. ft, J. Hood spent,
Meg. AW A. Y^le8.,1 spent Tuesday
in Anderson shopping.
Mra. Raymond floaty and Mrs. Earl
Lew!? of AfM?er*on wero vlsi"l?,g r?le.
Uves here Tuend**
. Mr. and Mrs. S. B5. Ijeverett i-pent
tho day ?a Anderson l a?? ?lay.
Miss Mamie Seawrii'ut baa iptui ri
ed from a sjiort stay in Anderson
where sim lias b?>n vist,:.->g lur sli ter
Mr?. J. T. '.McDonald.
Mr. Henry Harper, a popular !r:i\el_
inc man bf. Andorran was here on
business one day Uris week.
Mrs. LenniRok) and-riaug^ter Miste.?
Mabel nod. Minnie Were shopping in
Anderson Wednesday aVtevn.Min.
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On last Thursday night about 300
patrons and quite a number of Visitors
gathered at the schoolhouse for the
closing exercises of the school, which
consisted of . recitations, dialogues
and songs. Tho school has been un
der the management of Prof. A. W.
Meredith as principal and Miss Loin
Copeland and MIBS Huela Wolff as
sistants. The enrollment this time
!:?is been !?rg?r that) ?ver before and
the year has been a very successful
one li? every wny
Mrp. Joe Dickson or linorgia is vis
iting fr'ends and relatives at this
M?BBCS Euuiro Warnock and Floride
Kelly of Belton were visitors-to our
community Sunday afternoon.
Mrs.'Harve Kelly and her guest.
Mrs. Joe Dickson, spent Saturday in
Prof. A. W. Meredith left Saturday
for his home in Oconeo county. Mr.
Meredith ls a young man of ability
abd has made many-friends while in
Miss Minnie Dunn and rn ?ner are
visiting at the" home of Mr. O. H. Har
Prof. A. W. Attaway of Willlamston
spent Sunday at the home of Mr. J.
The ladies of the organ committee
served cream and cake at the school
hcupo last , Saturday "night.. Some
thing near thc sum of $10 was raised.
Miss Rucia Wolff' left Saturday for
her home In laurens. Miss Wolff has
been an efficient, teacher In the school
herc for thc p?3t three years and dur
ing that time she'hhs made a host ot
friends who will mis? her in the so
cial as well as the school life of the
Quite a number of our young people
A?t^r.ird thc preliminary oratories!
contest at Belton Friday night.
* ZION AND 5tT. TABOR. .
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Pcadielon. April^ 22.-A jseries of
services has jnoi t-??.:.t.>? Mt. T?tor
! Baptist church conducted by the pan
tor, Rev. Anderson ot Central.
Sirs. Carrie Gambrell is Improving
after several weeks sickness mach to
the delight of her friends.
Mrs.- J. G. Cann is also improving
after several days illness from a fall
which was very severe.
Mis?es Kittle Sears and Morley
Mooro of Anderson spent Sunday with
the latter's parents. Mr. and Mr?.
Mr. J. W. Queen and son from ba
ronia came over and. spent Sunday
with hi* brother M. H. Moore.
~.r. rr'. 1?. :? visitin? his
brother in DRUborougu. N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bolt visited
the latter's parents recently.
School at this place ia in fine con
dition under the management of Prof.
B. C. Cromer- Misses Cora Haddon.
Uif Madden, Vannie O'Neal ?.
MONEY RAISED IN
Almost $100 Contributed At Ral
ly Held With Rat Kock;
" Church SunAjpP
(From Tuesday's Daily.)
Tim rully bold, with tb| jFtat: Rock
rib ure h last- Sunday wad*one Of tba
most successful ever known by that
church and as a result of the plea tor
missions, the sum of $84180 waa sub
scribed. This ls aj splendid showing
for. the people of the
- ?The program for last i
easily, one of the. beat "vnjr arranged
at Fiat Rock. Some of Anderson
county's best sneakers wera prenant
while ' another feature was,-tba pres
Laurens. Mr. Cooper made a splendid
addrees, -IR did alt the .other speakers,
assigned to places in the program.
The picnic dinner served after the
conclusion of the program was. an
event much enjoyed by the large num.
her of people present and on'"the
whole it was a day not soon to bo for
gotten by the people of the Fiat Hock
iv&J?* A v>sxva,r-it'sa.fc*x
NEW CHURCH HERE
People of Lutheran Faith May
Build Place of Worship Ia
(From Juesday's Daily.)
Services were held laut Sunday af
ternoon in the Graded school building
on West Market street, nt which time
thc question of organising a Lutheran
church lu Anderson was discussed and
the matter considered in all its phases.
Rev. Janies t). Kinara, pastor Of the
Lutheran church of Greenwood waa
present and apoke before the body
urging tb?m to. make the effort here.
There were a number of Lutherans
present at the exercises Sunday after
noon and thc greatest interest was
It Was decided that plans would at
once he formed for erecting tho
church here in the near future and
committees were appointed with that
end in view.
All Lutherans in Anderson are re
quested tn send their namer, at once
tn p_ A Peuchtenherger !n order that
the work of getting "the organization
under way may be started as soon as
PROBE IS NEAR
Senator mwn tn IJMU it B?
fore Naval Committee
Washington. April 20.- Senator Till,
man had placed in tue senate record
today at letter from Proslent Harri
son, of. the Southern railroad asking
to answer charge? made ,by B, L. Du
laney. in a noto to Senator Tilman,
that the railroad discriminated against
Southern cities In coal rates.
Senator Tillman, in a letter to
President Harrison, stated the matter
V. ;. ?3? hrCI?^h* *-*"* t-f* !i*j*i****l0?i . of
the naval affairs comm?tes April 22.
A sewing, machine tor sewing up
rents In the haman st?nach waa de
scribed by Dr. Wi Manlagcr cf Bud
apest, before the International Surgi
cal Soclsijtia New Vorjf....
HERE TO ?88
CITY IS MAKING GREAT
PEACE AND PLENTY
In An Interview To Georgie
Newspaper Anderson Men Hes
An Optimistic Outlook
(Prom Thursday's Haily.)
Thurn may he oven a few people
right her?s in Anderson unacquainted
with the real strides that the city is
making, it tuny he that man of them
do not know what the city ls accom
plishing and what is yet to he accom
plished in the work of progress for
every industry in the city. A rep
rerentatlve of un Augusta newspaper
was in the city yesterday and asked a j
well known business tuan of Anderson
to tiri! bilja just what the city ls do
ing. Because there are some people
here afflicted with the "knocking"
habit rather than the booster spirit,
the Interview given out by the Ander
son man to the Augusta newspaper ls
reproduced verbatim :
"Andereon ls going through the
greatest development period in her
history. Already a handsome and
prosperous city of nearly 20,000 peo
ple, the home of many factories. Job
bring housese and commercial enter
prises, new concerns continue to come
to the city as a headquarters point
for Western South Carolina and
Northeast Georgia. The city is the
second largest textile center bf the
routh and leads South Carolina in the
production of metal products. Its
textile plant;-, employ more than 4500
people and its other manufacturing
plants 1000 more. One hunderd and
nine travelling men make Anderson
their headquarters RVitirt??? jobb?
firms are located here.
"At present something over $1,400.
000 is being spent in Anderson or con
tracted for on various public and pri
vate Improvements, including $1C0.
000 hotel; $58.000 theatre, $400.000
passenger and freight terminals,
I $100,000 telephone improvements;
$25,000 power line improvements;
$250.000 In new residences excluding
development at North Anderson,
where over $80,000 is being spent. It
ls stated here that as much money is
now being spent or contracted for in
Anderson as in Greenville an Spartan
I burg combined. The city is alive and*
optimistic and ready fur various pub
, tlc improvements such as additional
: street paving, etc., to be consumated
I when new city council ls elected.
There ls some agitation here, however
-for commission government.
[ "The Interurban between Anderson
j and Greenwood end betkeen Anderson
'and Spartanburg via Greenville. Ss
having great effect on the growth of
the city. The railroads are a1?o vost
?ty improving their services', and it is
hinted that shortly a much better ser
vice between Andersen anti Augusta
Via the C. & W. C. will be secured, the
efforts of the Merchants and Manufac
turers Association of Augusta and the
local chamber Of Commerce both be
ing actively behind the matter."
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April 20.-The recent rains have put
the farmers back in their work.
Some of the farmers planted their
cotton seeds before the rain, while
other didn't. If the grouud getB dry
enough cotton seeds will go in the
ground this week in a li ur ry.
We are glad to report the health
lof our community so much better at
I present than it was sometime back in
I the past.
Our Sunday school at Welcome is
In a ftourts&tqg condition. Every
body is invited to attend and bring
their songs books.
Mr. J. W. Palmer made a" business j
j trip to Anderson Saturday.
Mr. M. It. .Iones of Wet..minister. |
SASE TEA DARKENS
HAIR TO ANY SHADES
Don't Stay ?ray! Here's a Simple
recipe that aftrb?dj cnn cpp?j
with a hair bra?h.
The u?e of Sage and Sulphur for re
storing faded, gray hair to Its natural
color dates back to grandmother's
time. She ueed lt to keen her hair
beautifully dark, glossy and abundant.
Whenever her bair fell out or took on
that dull faded cr -treked -ppo-r
ance. this pimple mixture was ap
Ln|led with wonderful effect.
^ilut brewing at home ls mussy and
out-of-date. Nowadays, by- asking at
any drug store for a 50 cent bottle of
"Wyeth'? Sake and Sulphur Hair Rem
edy." you will get this famous old re
cipe wh'cb can be depended upon to
restore natural color, and beauty to
the hair and is splendid for dandruff,
dry., feverish. Itchy scalp and falling
A well-known downtown druggist
says lt darkens the hair HO naturally
I nd evenly that nobody can tell it ha?
i been' s?"">!le*l. You simply dampen a
? sponge "or soft bruah with it ana draw
I thia* through your hair, taking one
strand nt a time. By morning the
' gray hair disappears, and after anoth
er application or two. lt becomes beau
tifully dark, glossy, soft and abund
I ant. Evans''Pharmacy, agents.
M? ?j ?v no LI '?J ?> pia vi i i-. ma
Your Best Oppor- j
tunity to Secure 1
One of those TENNESSEE or OLD HICKORY Farm Wagons ll
of which we have jual received a CARLOAD, is right NOW. I
There U no better Wagon made. Thu is weil known andi B
has been often proved. We GUARANTEE every one we M
sell to he as GOOD if not BETTER than any Wagon sold on ?
the market. S
If you have not already tried one, now is the time to be
convinced. We have just received a car of TYSON &
JONES Buggies-"NUF SED." On our extensivo reposi
tory Boors you will also find a stock of MOYER, NORMAN,
BABCOCK, ROCK HILL and other stnn&r d makes of vehi
cles, which offers you the LARGEST STOCK and BEST AS
SORTMENT from wheih to select to be found anywhere in
We have a GOOD LOT OF HORSES nnd Mules to show
you, and at figures that will prove attractive.
Come to THE CHAUTAUQUA beginning April 28th and
running through a week, and make our place your HEAD
QUARTERS We will be glad to hs vc you do so, ot which
time we hope to have the pleasure of showing you through
our extensive .lock of VEHICLES, LIVESTOCK, HOME- 1
MADE HARNESS, "Made in Anderson." We extend a I
hearty WELCOME to all.
. PRICES and TERMS are Always RIGHT.
The Fretwel] Co. I
. DON'T BUY THAT
BUGGY or WAGON
HORSE or MULE
Until you have seen the ones I have for sale. If
you want the best, say Piedmont Buggy or Mil
Theo P. Watson- '
N. McDuffie St, " - \ Anderson, S. C.
spent ?. few days last, ?reek: \x\ih ?dr.
und Mxa. Zi I.. -Fowler.
Hurry up boys and get out your old]
bats and gloves and have sumo base
ball games tills sunmier.
We are"?Iud Dr. W. S. Hutchinson
bas him a new Auto for we need him
In our community very often, he is
one of the best DrB. we know of.
lt the cold weather is over there
will be plenty of nples tbiH year, and
perhaps some peaches.,
A Rood milk cow is worth Siio of
There will be a picnic on tlie last i
day of our school and un entertain
ment .it nl,\ht, April 24.
If summer hats get any higher than
Kastor hats, well the country girls
will wear their Easier hats ull the
We don't think straw berries will b(
much this year, but we hope black
berries Will be plentiful.
We wil agree with Six and Twenty
writers that Church is no pince for th?
men and boys to take their* liquor, for
it twill teach the Sunday School boys
to think it would be all right for
them to do the same. If you have
to drink? please don't take lt to the
it will tench thc Sunday School boys
Mr. W. M. Wlllainson made a bus
iness trip to Anderson last Saturday.
Most of the young girls and boys
in our conn A unity will go to the sing
in convention at Double Springs the
first Sunday In May.
Mr. and Mrs. Otarenrc Bolt spent
o-?- .- i.v- mg- -. Un T 1~
. -m un...? ..ni* tni .CHU ....O. .?.
H. W. C.
FOR KILLING DOG
Chas. A, Cromer Awarded $25
Against Southern Railway
Fqr Killing a Canine
(Prom Thursday's Dally.)
An interesting case was heard be
fore Magistrate Clemente yesterds
this actio;? was brought by ' -
A. Cromer against the iV- :t "- :. . a 1
way. Mr. Cromo- yr .:?.,A Uve rail
road for killing one or hts fine dogs,
thu; occurence having taken .place
some time ra October. The case was
called before Mr. elementa and J. 8.
Acker aooeared for the plaintiff and
ihn nniVnnani wna ?ejtfrej?j?a.fed ?>>
c. K. Cooley.
KviTy feature of the case was ??one
into thoroughly. The pedigree of the
dog waa explained, lt being shown that
tho dog eras very .valuable, ?ince he
waa largely blood-hound aud there
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Try Frierson's Improved Spanish
j Peanuts. They pull up with the
l bush and have three to four peas
to the pod. Tue flavor is better
than the smaller Spanish or any
Remember our offer of $10.00
in cash prises for the largest
Uie?o?S grown iii;::; ;?u? icc?.
IGet your garden seed from us
rf you want the best results.
Vthe leading Drugstore.) j
BELTON, S. C.
Certificate No. 56 for Five Sh area
preferred WIMiamston Mills stock.
Also twp aliare? of Builders Lui
and Supply Co., certificates No.'a 18
w. W. uni ww,
Willlamston, 8. C.
F. 0. Smith of New York City '
EN ri; UT PI ABOFOME TUNBB AND
H M LI?: ?.
all kinds of musical instrument* re
paired without geing to the Factory?
Fifteen years of factory work.
Headquarters at WILLIS * SPEAR?
MAS MUSIC HOUSE, Blockier BM*
Anderson, S. C,
fore of much protection to his own
er. The owner valued tbo dag very
highly and considered that he should
be recompensed tor the railroad hav
ing no more consideration than to run
over the dog v Uh one of UH trains.
FolV'-v:.:-- the conclusion ot cvideueo
" ....glstrate took thc case under
advisement and pursued the law. Fi
nally a verdict for the plaintiff waa
granted In the sum of $2"?, probably
the first verdict of Its kind In Ander
Exchanges will be held in Augusto
the 4th and 5th or May. The An
son Chamber of Commerce bea
invited and the represen tau vee haiMl|
from this city are J. L. Mounce
Cary and Bert McCuUy.