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JIT GRATIS TO EACH CUSTOMER
Buys a $25 custom made cloth suit to your individual measure, from a large selection of Serges, Worsteds, Cheviots and Cassimeres, in Stripes, Plaids and
Checks, Blacks, Blues and Fancies?and
A $10.00 CUSTOM MADE PALM BEACH SUIT?FREE?Made To Your Individual Measure
Do INJ of Miss Our Opening, February 27th, 19115
The largest, most complete and best selected line of clothes ever shown, fit and workmanship, as you know, are absolutely guaranteed.
WE WILL PLEASE YOU OR REFUND YOUR MONEY
A custom made Palm Beach Suit, to your individual measure, GRATIS, is included with every suit purchased. Cloth thoroughly shrunk no linings, and
made according to the style that you desire. We have given you the greatest values ever known, and we intend to continue sp doing.
We Want Every Man In Anderson and Vicinity to Wear Nothing but COLUMBIA CLOTHES
OUR LABEL GUARANTEES SATISFACTION
We stand back of every garment that we p roduce. Every one of our customers must be pleased, and remember that no concern can touch these values, nor can any con
cern give you the selection, quality, work manship or fit at THREE TIMES the price that we charge you. We want your order for this season's tailoring. This means you
F>AJL1VI BEACH SUIT IS GRATIS
Our inducements cannot even be imitated by others, because you are dealing with THE COLUMBIA TAILORING CO., the manufacturers of your purchase.
Spring Opening, Saturday, February 27th, 1915
F. M. UNGER, Mgr.
122 W. Whitner Street
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ANDERSON, S. C.
LAD INJURED AS AUTO
CRASHED INTO WAGON
CHEVIS TRIBBLE HAD VERY
j NARROW ESCAPE EARLY
W. L. Seigler of McCormick
' Charged With Reckless Driv
a ing?Out on Bond of $50
Chovls. young eon of K. C. Trilible.
oi' South Msin street, and employed
l}y. tho South Side Grocery company,
Was painfully Injured last evening
ahput 7:15 o'clock whon W. L. Seigler,
of McCormick, drove hi h automobile
into the rear of the delivery wagon
an which tho boy was riding, on South
* Had It not Toon for the alertness
of a negro man lu stopping the run
away mulo, after it had gone about
100 yards, it ia likely that the lad
would luive been fatally Injured. The
force of the collision threw him for
ward from his seat. His Oodv lodged
across the single-tree or tho wagon
uhuflj, where it was held iu position
ny tue wu?ou body, which wui thrown
.orwnrd o:v its bed by the impact. In
this position the hoy was dragged
over the rough street, aim that he was
not fatally Injured is little short of
After tho tad had been extricated
from this perilous position he got up
und attt opted to walk, but fell over
mu um clous. Medical assistance was
called, and Dr. H. H. Acker respond
ed. The boy was brought back to a
state' of consciousness, but Just how
serious his injuries are will n-ot be
known until this morning, it was
stated. There Is a bruise on his chest
/ nd one on one of his hnndB, but the
. xtcnt of internal injuries, if there
\re any. could not bo determined-by
the attending physician last night.
Seigler. the driver of tho machine
which crashed into the t >y's wagon,
was arrested by the police after a
long chase. He was brought t*J the
elation house and ..charges of "reck
less, dangerous, und careless" driving
of an nutoiuobtle lodged ugainst him.
Seigler was released on bond of $50
"or his appearance in the recorder's
According to statements of eye wit
Don't fail to Top Grain with
And then you will have grain to sell this
summer, and the money you get for it will
come in mighty handy. Top Dressing should
be appliedvearly. .
Anderson Phosphate & Oil
ncsacs of the affair, Sel?ler was ilrlv- |
ing up South Main street at a rapid
clip. The Tilbble boy had Just start-!
ail from tho 'South Side Grocery com-|
pany with .his .last load of groceries!
for the day, when the automobile |
.'i ashed into the wagon, smashing 'one
9t the rear wheels, throwing the
wagon body off Its bed and deposit
ing the front end of it across Tribble's
body, which had been thrown acrojs !
the single-tree of the shafts by the |
force of the collision. The mule hitch
ed to the wagon darted away im
mediately up South, Main street, with ;
the boy's body dangling in the posi
tion described, nnd was stopped by a
negro man after it had run something
liko 100 yards.
Nelgler Kept Guing.
According to those who were wit
nesses of the collision.'Selgler did not
. -.top bis machine. The police were
r-jtlfled of the affair and Privates
Dilakell 'and Payne set out to And
tho 'driver of the ' car. the otflcera
travelling in Alderman C. F. So?ar
num's automobile, which-was driven
by Fireman 3. F, Gaines. '
Private-Payne went'In one direction
to locate Belgier, while Private Dris
kcil set off ' in another. The latter
officer went as far down South Main,
street as the plac? Whore ihn carnival
is now holding forth; but failed to lo
cate the man fo'rlWhom he was'look
ing. While coming hack up South
Main street, the officer's attention was
attracted by sounds coming from a
distant automobile which aopeared to
he stalled. Private Drtskell | went In
hot direction and come upon Seigler,
whose automobile had stalled with
him on Catlett street. The man was
place under arrest and brought to tiie
Wan Small Par.
Chief of Police ' Summons ntnted
that Selgler said he lives at McOor
mick. and that ho wnB on bis wav to
Ivn at the time of the collision. The
ear which Belgier was driving is a
small runabout and had been strip
nod. Ho bad a oomnanio'i with him
i>t the time of the arrest. 'It H.uh
'lorstoort, thntj. Selgler: < continued on
Ms wnv to Iva affor he had boen r?
lensed by (lie police? He appears to
be about 30 voare~??f >age. Young'
Trlhhle Is said to hP about 13 years
\o Aet^^ThjH Session. , ;
WASHINGTON,; Feb. 25.?Na actio?,
will be recommend?d.*to this congress'
by the houso subcommittee hearing'
charges agn^nst Federal Jujdge Dayton
of West Virginia.: Chairman' Me-?
Glllicuddy began preparing .a report
which may serve as the b&^ia of any
action the C4th congress decides to
Federal tteserve Notes. .
WASHINGTON. Feb. 25.?Secretary
McAdoo today announced hla nurnose
t\> print approximately $500,000,000 of
f.nierai reserve. notes, to be sent to
federal reserve banks when demand
ed, through th? proper channels. They
will take the place, to a large degree,
of the dotes issued under (ho Aldrleh
Vreeland act, which expires Juno 3d.
OF ADDRESS TO BE GIVEN
SUNDAY TO MEN BY W.
AT COURT HOUSE
Gifted President of Wake Forest
College, N. C, Will Be Heard
by Great Crowd .
. "The .Natural Ilhitory- of ^Religion''
is the Sulject v?f the*address which
Dr. William LouIb I'oteat. president of
I Wake Forest College? North Carolina,
Will deliver at the men's muss meet
ing to h? field next Sunday afternoon
at the courthouse, nrnler" the' auspices
' of the Young Men's Chriatlan Associa
i tioh'. I v. i ! M * &h
The'meeting will be* held at the
same hour as these which have been
held heretofore, that Is, 3i30 o'clock.
It is not improbable that the meet
ing will be the largest attended of
, any that has been held this season,
I as the speaker is not only one of the
moat widely known on the entire
winter program but is one of the very
best that the association could se
Dr. W. L. Potent is a brother of Dr.
I-Mwin M. Potent, president of Fur
man University, Greenville. S. C...D
la somewhat singular that these
brothers are presidents of the State
Baptist colleges ot the Carolinas. The
president of Wake Forest College is
;raid to-be the equal in'every-way of
his gifted brother on the, lecture plat
j form. Doubtless there' are many An
derson people who will declare that
thoy aro-Vfrom Missouri".regarding
this statement, and a spleiidid way tor
them to settle the Question In their'
'.ninils Is.to come"out Sunday after-"
noon and: Hear the North Carolina
i Dr. Potent will preach at the First!
Baptist church Sunday morning, the
subject of bis mormon there -being,
VThe qjristian Program." ]
To Mark Boundary Line. ,
"WASHINGTON. Feb. 25.-?Appoint
! ment of W. D. Hale and D. B. Burns
I of Tennessee, and Joseph Hyde Pratt,
of Chapel Hill, N. C, as commlssion
; era to mark permanently the boun
dary Uno between North Carolina and
Tennessee in accordance with the su
preme court decree of November 0
I ^robablv will be announced next Mon
day by the supreme court.
WILL BE HERE TODAY
WILL ASSIST CORPORATIONS
AND INDIVIDUALS IN MAK
ING REVENUE RETURNS
MUST BE MADE
BY MONDAY NIGHT
Those Having Incomes of $3,000
Must Make Returns Whether $
Married or Single
.. Deputy Colleclo-* S.. F. Parrott. of
Columbia! vlilll be la Anderson" through'
?oday,'- toe. the ! purpose of ^assisting,
those corporations and Individuals not
^e't* haying made their ireturnt' to the
collector of .Jntornals "revenue. Mr.
Parrott desires to call special atten
tion to those corporations paying
salaries in excess of $3,000, to the fact
that the law requires such corpora
tions to withhold one per cent on
such salaries unless -exemptions
claim has been filed with them. The
return of withholding agent must be
In the hands of the collector by Mon
day night of next week, or penalty
will attach. A call loft at the Chi?ua
la hotel for Mr. Parrott will have- his
All .returns must be In the hands
of the collector, Hon. D. C. Hey ward,
Columbia, S. O? by Monday night,
March 1st. individuals having'an in
come of < $3,000 must make returns
whether married or single. There Ih
an exemption Of $4?00'0" for a married
person, but this exemption doeB not
excuse them from making said re
turns. An "income of. $3.000 means a
combined income.< of husband and
'Mr. Parrot! iiVso calls attention to
the'vnrovlarona-.r9t the Harrison act,
which pro\^d^ for^enro1lment with
the collector of Internal revenue be
fore Monday. This applies to all pby
ciani, veterinarians, dentists and
drnggiatr!'. Any physician, or druggist
who is not enrolled will leaVe himself
liable to a severe penalty'if he baa
in his possession on /.fonday any of
the drugs, coming under this act. All
thone.enrolled f>ro required on Monday
to taUo zu m ven tory of the stock ! they
have on hand and by the nth of the
month make oath to ruck Inventory,
and keep It dn file. All prescriptions
tilled by the druggist must be kept
on fil? for a period of two y??rs. .'The
object of these provisions is to stop
the -side of habit-forming drugs, such
as.t optum,^. cocoa ?>ave*. and /any of
The American Fertilizing Company
of Norfolk, Va.
1 II . . m -, - .
Offers their goods to the trade who want thfc best.
One Anderson County farmer who used our
goods last year made a bale and a half of cotton per
We make ? great line of goods, among them
I I . 9?24?1 i ?
^f ' v * 10?2?2
IMt^i I 8?4?4 [I
* .77-5?5 I
ifi. per cent.
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Ask your dealer for these goods.
D. S. Vandiver
Prices greatly reduced on
Satisfaction guaranteed. Also Goodrich
and Goodyear Tires and Accessories.
> FREE Air any time.
TempJetoi?s Vulcanizing Works
1 Uv. 108 N. McDuftle St.