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I uni in ii<>' fifth grade und p i to
iliu Kennedy stn i school. \\'< .- uly
liuird'i Aritlini'eti< Hum's Spelling.
f? Dream. "
- in nur room
< handler J and '
We l/Jad a pla>
was "/'lie l'ilgrii.
they /-itid speeches ,
ChfHtmas we lud a Christi:
tree/ We strung popcorn and i?t. i
eoh/T'-'d paper chair* to pin on
The)fourth grade i,nn?. in our room
amf/sald speeches. We saiiM souej
iidiUgs and had loiue speeches.
W'm gave ne tree lu a poor family
to/make them have a pleaaaut Christ
On Washington's I'irlhday we went
fii the seventh grade i'hey suns;
ftoiigs. ajylJSBBid speeches and read
some stnrios. The fourth grade sa"!
speeches and our grade sang sonn:
We are now learning i school
Thy sturdy walls afar .ve see.
Kennedy, oh Kennedy!
Thou art the youngest of them all,
May naught hut good to thee befall.
We'll e'er bo loyal to thy call.
Kennedy, oh Kennedy!
Chambers, McCants we claim sis
Kennedy, oh .Kennedy!
They make us spend soi u werry
Kennedy, oh Kennedy! \
Dut lu the days that are toYconie.
Our thoughts will often to ihee turn,
We'll ever be loyal as 'by own,
Kennedy; our Kennedy:
KfCD &CCl2ch 'TO*-et - i r-t Activp -Bo 1 >sn I
OUR BUSINESS IS
and the quality of our work and
the" promptness of our service
makes every duy a busy day at
Just now we are busy hel|
g a lot of women clean houi
doing up their luce curtain
oolen blankets, heavy bedtlin
and somettroes by doli
he week's wash for them,
hey can have it out of the wi
while cleaning bouse. May
you could be helped too.
PHONE ?0. 7.
jpF PUt these
,'accou ntants to prev
f Xw^errors inyounbi
The Numeral K
type, total and pt
this ends time-wa
1 A Mitt writ?' !
7 **Vt'e purchased thij ma
principally f or ft?uingour m<
statements which usually
anywhere frnft? three to five
This wosk i, row accomp
in practically cine day's tin
1 Thi* report^!* typical,
'you. realize what it mean:
simply means (cutting out d
costJy footia^ and proving,
* Thi* complete cbrrespoT
' type writ i r automatical!)
and instant!-- prt-ViJ your
menu ur bills while it
With absolute rerta!
* tend* every hill out of the
correctly Mai It J. -
* Official TyfifXt
. 1 ! 9 West Mcf
Vi ? ?!*<r,>U?o typenrriter mi
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o RIDGEWAY SCHOOL ?
" un ^filing .I t: nicely \\i;h
school v.</ k. wbii il Wei .til arc
Ulli I flll?TOSIV>l ?II. I'll; fourth
I! I."! CUiiippKitioDS l*l'l?!tt /, il till
liriMV si I a WS l<i See wlio would
I their* !< be nui shed.
i.c >! <n . 'pun iinve ad van. cd
a t'i st ci id to > ikll't? grade
?' : m< -I t the , >i*i'.n ill L.ai't
: de i Iiis > ar.
lie iiiriiier: of 11*1 eeli.m nr(. vt
a I . Hi w?ii 'Iti'lr work i>inee
line wi at;, r Be;
are gin t<> s< spring coining
in, and . tr ?Iii songs of ' the
. and s? tiii- pretty flowers
aiing in I ?e sun liue.
nine of rie furiuers went 10
as. lia., I'h'urjiiay, partly te at
I a cattle ale scv< ral miles from
TAXPAYERS TA KM NOTICE
Tlv lime i t paying taxes "ill be
lout April 1st., and I bave published
I a list of Anderson School Districts
No. IT. wlii' i have not been paid.
Now if you fail to c.ril for your poll
tax 'when yon pay your taxes it will
cost you $S.? i) so if you fail to pay,
do nm blame your auditor.
Prcaehers and School Trustees are
!iablt. for poll tax.
KOTICE TO Till: TOWNSHIP
HOARD OF ASSESSORS
Please send In your little book by
the ll?th instant, so that I can notify
the parties whoso property assess
ment lias been,raised over, one bun?
The Township Board of Assessors
! will meet in my office at i2 noon Prl
! day, March 191.?, But be sure to
( nd in the littje books at onco.
(Signed) SvTNSTON SMITH.
* Auditor of Anderson County.
Taxp yers of Anderson county:
i>oQK.> will close the :!lst
Iijpersons nit paying by
settle with the
nine n ore days remain.
V,\ A. Trlpp,
?Y AND SELL DEBTS
If he owes you money furnish
us atnize? written statement of
" ET fHE MONEY
a|ytne money, we will
11 call on slow pay.
. 11AN COMPANY
1-2 8 Benson St.
\ndyii. 8. C.
The Reminj ling and
Subtracting M1; quickly
pays for itself in ng alone
?to say nottiitl nrtfirt
w?f</. It T.* ? change
in your billing ' It does
your wurli you The only
Change will be lan inac
curacy to coll ?ci.sion
?from time o timc
And, lwthl>?ch of a
lever, you havgte Rein
state- i ingtrin Typ?^w'f*r "fcg"
types ? ul?r corresponj -,
\9 Write for ill folder:
intv it| "The Story o|Work.,s
: office I It thows howl Oof your
bills and state!
ittr Panama-Pacific fJ
o LEBANON H?GK SCHOOL o
Although it is rut h?r lato to start.
Tho boys have been practicing tins
week, some i:i athletics '.<> be hau
field day. W? may get up a ir^ie.k
te::!?i after a!!, but so many of the
large boys have stopped school that
it i-, doubtful. Tin- nirla also pructlce
tin* flag race some. We practice
marching two or three days oat of lite
Mtny visitors were present at tin
literary society' Kriduy afternoon. A
very good program was n tillered,
though It seems the oxtemporaneouf
lebafo was not good KOiuewhere. The
third and fourth Krudes society reu-'
.1er a program weekly. Une of their
programs will he published some of
Ihe.ie days. The tenth grade is sorry
that they were tiot able to attend I lie
program to which tin y wore invited
by tue third and fourth grades.
Miss Conner has at last got the
long wanted sand and sawdust for
tin- box in her room's. .Mr. W. J. M.
Crnig was the donor.
We ore very much surprised to see
this snow. It has all at once turned
spring into winter.
FhV high school boys had a good
time hauling sawdust Wednesday
o ANDERSON COLLEGE o
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Several members of the faculty at
I tended the monthly mooting of tho
County Teachers' Association on Sat
urday. They were much interested in
the address delivered by President
Potent cf Kurman l'nlverslty. They
were particularly in sympathy with
him when he emphasized the necessity
for the teachers in the public schools
to teach the students to read intelli
gently, so that they can get the
thought contained in a paragraph and
then einvty that thought to others,
lie finds, as others do. that a student
who reads even silently with absolute
understanding is rare, while still few
er can interpret orally the real mean
ing of literature. Another thing that
was of interest was a topic prepared
for discussion of teaching correct,
The entire school, both teachers and
?tudents, have been rejoiced to have
the great opportunity of hearing Mr.
S. ?. Jordon in his "Quiet Talks"
here this week. .Mr. Jordon came to
the college for an hour Wednesday
and made u talk before the school
that was nothing short of wonderful.
His serenity, directness, and the at
mosphere of reverence and deep
spirituality, coupled with his beauty
and purity of thought, make him 6.
speaker of unusual appeal. Here we
c.ee the truth of that which we have
been taught?that to be a great
speaker there must be a great per
I sopality. great soul back of the
words uttered. The college is "grate
ful to Mr. Jordon for coming to it
with his vision and his message. Af
i ter a talk on the work of Grieg 'and
! Ibsen. .\ih. ; Nelle Smith played
"Gricgs the Death of Asa," from the
: Peer Oynt. '
Mr. Williams 1ms been talking in
i chapel this ' week on the scientific
> aspects of the war. On Tuesday ho
I hud drawn a large diagram of a tor
pedo, two-thirds the real size, illus
trating admirably its outside and it *
Inner workings. Me made a very
lucid explanation of its mechanism,
the way it la used, and how it id: di
rected by the different devices. On
Thursday he had a large drawing of a
submarine which he explained. He
IV-k up aircraft and mines in "the
same way Saturday.
President Kir.nrd visited the
schools at Seneca aud Walhalla Mon
AH rejoice that uii material for the
Annual hove been shipped to the eu
gruvcr. the last shipment going
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o LANDER COLLEGE. o
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! The next lyceuin attraction comes
Wednesday night, March 24. The
American Quarette with Clayton Con
,rad, Cartoonist, promises a rare even
ing of music and mirth.
St. Patrick's Day was marked Vy the
college household in a way to please
all true Irishmen. At breakfast,fetch
plate had on it a sprig of clover
(American shamrock) and . everyone
was supposed to be "wearing o* the
green." After chapel . Dr. Wllleon
gave some interesting facts about St.
Patrick and a number of the girls
sang. It's a Long Way to Tirperary.
. Tho Domestic Science department
this week has been practicing the art
of serving jneaja. On Monday, they
gave a luncheon and on Friday even
ing an elaborate . Nlbernlan ' dinner.
Mrs. W. T; Lander', of Willlamston and
'Mrs. O. E. Prince, of And?rson, were
th? out of town guests st these two'
Mrs. D. .W. Cuttlno.' of Sumter, re
cently sent tho college about twenty
pink crepe mvrtie plants and Mrs?. O.
M. Tally, of Greenwood, sert a large
number of canna root?. Both of those
donations are greatly appreciated and
they will add very moth to the charm
of tho, already-beautiful campus.
; Th? L?nder Clnb had a pleasant
meetlne with ^Iss Carrie Lou Con
nor last Moriday. ;TIjc chief feature of
the program waa a tnlk Vv Mrs. r-rlnce
abolit lier recent trip to California.
o THE CITADEL oj
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The monotonous routine <>f school
work was nicely broken during the
last week-end by various activities,
peculiar to college life.
Friday evening a most successful
semi-monthly hnj> was given in the
hail in the Meeting street extension.
The abundance of the fair sex tended
to make this dame otic of the most
delightful of the season. A large
number of stag-; were also present.
The music was furnished by Metz
The regular Saturday inspection of
the battalion was held at Hampton
Hark after which the war-strough
company wa ? assembled. The remain
tier of the morning was occupied in
various military maneuvers conslst
j ing of both close and extended order
drill. The bund, under the leader
ship of Mr. Carl Metz, furnished
music during the exercises.
V. Jl. C. A. HiEtiquet.
More titan 22."> students representing
the Citadel, the Medical College, the
College of Charleston, ami the Porter
Military Academy gathered at th-j
City V. M. C. A. Saturday night for
a student "Pow Wow." Mr. A. T.
Smylhe, of the Charleston bar. acted
B3 toastmaster. The cadet band wut;
present ar.tl played many popular
airs during the evening. Following
i tempting four course supper
Messrs. l'j. II. King, C. O. Getty, H.
L. Krckman, K. L. Secrest and Dr.
C. W. Kollock responded to toasts
and were heartily applauded.
The purpose of the meeting was
to foster a spirit of fellowship be
tween the students of the four insti
tutions. It was pronounced as a com
During the interval between the
basket ball seasons, lovers of sport
j have been diverted to boxing con
tests. The Grimall-Terrel bout, re
cently pulled off in room 42, attract
ed considerable attention and a large
( number of enthusiasts witnessed the
The "James Island Witte Mope"
was decidedly the favorite through
out the fight. He showed no signs
of fatigue and, playing on the offen
sive practically all of the time, he
exhibited his skill and tralniug' by
placing many well directed blows
which Tcrrel was unable to guard
Although lighter in weight and less
experienced than hia opponent the
j "Turk of the Tar Heels", was not
without a number of warm sup
porters who often gave him en
couragement during the fight. Her
seemed to know the art but could not
overcome the splendid defense of his
opponent. Excepting the third and
fifth rounds he apparently preferred
or rather -.vas forced to take the de
fensive. He showed considerable
nerve and pluck under the strain
and it was not " until the seventh
, round that the referee called time
I for the "dying Turk."
Joe Sullivan spent Sunday in Wil
liamston with relatives.
t hree Great
Monte Cristo, Tom Watson and
2 Great Cantaloupes
Shumway's Giant, 30 to 40 lbs.;
Dreer's Hoodo, none better ....
! Get seed at
FANT'S BOOK STORE
ifc^.i i in j? i, ii^g
Are accumulated j
by systematic meth
ods of putting aside j
a part of your earn
an d quarlely interest j
will surprise you.
Bank of Anderson
The Strongest bank
in the count v.
o HIGH POINT SCHOOL o
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The Literary Society rendered at
the last meeting Hie following pro
Recitation- Aimer Cox.
Jokes?Stella McCleUan and Aaron
Song?Old Folk at Home.
Heading?Willie H rock.
Song- Annie hon and Aaron ??Iar
tit) and Llllic Smith.
Debate?Term Examinations Should
Affirm?t I've?Robert Cumminns, and
Hovt Martin. '
Negative?Savannah Canfield and
Song? God he with You Till we
The judges decided in favor of the
We will give air entertainment at
the school house Friday night. March
26, beginning at ":'M) o'clock, to which
the public is cordially invited. The
nrogrnm will consist of dialogues, rec
itations, songs and music. A small
admission fee of five and ten cents
will he charged. The money made will
he used to pay for shades which have
been ordered for the school building.
3 TOWNVILLE SCHOOL o
Kindness is a t >ut ' blessing to
mankind. If every \. Mould speak a
few cheering. \vo"'s 'e forlon
soul, h nv much happig? i . >'-orld
would be. There Is '.euer place to
cultivate the an of kindness than in
the home. We often treat the ones
we love more unkindly than we do
some stranger. Kind words and deeds
are never wasted even If at IrVst the
recipients do not appreciate our en
deavoring to make their environments
Animals appreciate kindness fully
as well as people. A dog and a horse
are more sympathetic than the rest of
the animals. When you have once
wonv their affection by speaking kind
ly to them, you may be stire of a true
friend ever afterward. We all should,
thcrefdre, make it a part of our work
to do a kind deed to some one?oach
day. One doesnjt have to.be endowed
with this worlds goods to help some
one who is in distress. Many a poor
waif is cheered by a bunch of flow
ers given them. The best way lu be
come happy and popular is to forget
the kindness you render unto others;
and remember the many kind ac.13
'.'Josephine." of Double Springs
o FURMAN UNIVERSITY o
Fnrmun I'niverolty. Greenville,
Mn.rch 21.?Manager Pat >n has al
ready placed on sale the season tick
ets for the coming ^baseball geajou.
The first game of the year will be
played with Newberry College, March
SO. on Furman'j home ground, ami in
terest is beginning to manifest itself
even at this early date. It can be
truthfully said that no team which
Furuicn has put out this year ip any
branch of athletics ha3 failed to win
because the student body refused it
their support, and the baseball team
will receive just the same kind of sup
port whether they Win or lose. This is
the new Furman spirit and it 'had
come to stay. * .
On last .Monday the Adelphian ami
Philosopldnn Literary societies, met in
the annual inter-soclety<. debatc^a?d
after the unusually large ?iiaienee
was called to order by the presiding
officer, B. P. Gambrell, of Eplton," tho
program was carried out, Including a
debate on the query/'?hepllved. That
the Labor l.'nions r.f the i'.iltcd States
arc Justified in Seeking t<> Secure tho
'closed Shop.'" Afflri native, * A?c\
phians, H. H. King ano W.. F. Cax,
Jr.; negative, Phllosopl i&ns, W. B.
Jones and Y. L. Drummond.
The Judges decided that W. F. Cox,
Jr., of Anderson, and on Adelphian,
was t|ic winner of the*debater's medal
and the 'negative, represented by the
Philosophions, won the debate. The
usual enthusiasm was llsplayed by
both societies during the whole pro
gram and .especially after .the an
nouncement of the lecls'.ons of the two
sets of judges. ...
On last Wednesday Dr.'S. B. Cad
man, .the famous Congregational
preacher of Now. York, spoke in the
Chlcora auditorium under the aus
pices of the Gretinvilf? Lyceum A8BO-?
elation. For an hour *nd ,a; half She
audience ant in wonder before the
wealth of vocabnlarly, the depth of
thought and the'fervent eloquence of
the great uiyine as he spoke- on "Mod
ern Babylon.'* It la hoped thnt thin
will by" means be his last vjLalt to
CARD OF THAXKS.
Wish to thank dur many friends for
'their kindness sod sympathy during
the sickness and. death, and the beau
tiful flowers presented at the fmi'tfral
of our dear wife and mother. May
the blessings of Him who said, in as
much as yo havo dono It to one of the
least of. these?y? have done, it to me^
be upon each Of them.
Handy* Harris and children.
* - ,
for a Serie
, of Small,
the manufacture of
Series of Plows
Well balanced, well proportioned
plows with the J?test improvements.
A onc-picce,. double mouldboard m?f?es
? stronger and more uniform bottom.
Strong, shady, and true running p/otUi.j
Ses them NOW. ?T
Sullivan Hardware Co
Anderson, S. C. Belton, S. C. Greenville, S. C
Use a Good
F E RTILIZ
with a Lime Base
In making our S?2 ! 1?1 which runs 8.6.)-?2.o??
!.2f>, the 2.90 of ammonia is made with a lime base. This
lime base is valuable in making the potash in the ^>i! avail
able. Authorities think our red iands and our gray lands
with clay subsoil have enough potash i:i them to make at
least one good crop without any potash in the fertilizer, but
this potash which is locked in the soil must be made avail
able, must have something to' "touch it off" and lime does
that better than anything else, so this 8?2 1-2?l of ours,
which runs 8.6.3?2)96?1.26, being built on a lime base
will be found invaluable this year in freeing the latent pot
ash in the soil and making ?t available, as plant food, when
potash is so scarce and high.
The ammonia in this goods is derived from fish, blood;
cotton seed meal, tankage and sulphate of ammonia and
there is nothing better than this used in making fertilizer.
When you get this, you get the best fertilizer made.
and OU Go?iip?ny
i ZACK TOWN ami district to rldoand exhibit asaraplo Latest Model
Rangor'M.-lcyclcfunilhheriliy.ii*. OurTllderAffe.ntst ver.vtvheronro
lAkSiiCtnouex tMi^ WriUsfvr/M vavttcularactiLlapcc^il offer at once
NOJMGNEYREQUIREDuntll you receive and approve your bicycle.
"VVe >Jilp to anyoiw anywhere In th?u. s. without a mil O^pos/tln
whle.Ii tiuicyoumay ride Uiebleycleand put It to any test you wish.
If you ara.toen notttfrfcetly sotlsiledordo not wish to keepthejal
cyclo ship H back to us atourp.xpcnsriandi/oit to/il nul be < ut tftw cent.
CAfiTfiDV n?inre We lurnfeth the hii.ticst (rrado bicycles It 1 !
rfaVlUH I rftlbCa possible to make at one smnllpruOt above
actualfactory cost- Yousav??l0to?2?inlddlcmeh'.sproiltsbybuy
ing direct of us andhave tlieuinnufactuper'sRiiarar.t?elichhidyonr
bicycle. DO NOT BUY.a bluycleor apatr otUres tVomanytmb at
,am; vrta until you receive our catalogues and learn oar unheard of
tfacliir'u prices and 7tmar7:ni>Ie tpcdal offen. '
when jrm TT cri TO onrlie?ntirol rnta
lor'ir ai'il atodjrourruperb rn<vlcl>:at
tlio tjrandcrfitti) lnip;trlrti wo can tnnko yoa titln >r?r. WbMit! tholilcbotl erado
MeMiM for low pjouoylli.m cay ?itunrf-olory. Wo arefatlvllrd with Cl.hOpmllt
?b- factor)' ooat. DIOVCCB DOALBxS, you conreit our blt-yclra unter your
f tu -? na nui plato r.l dou>;lp our prtcoa. t1 niera ftlloct t ho day rm t \ / <l.
SECOND MAflD BICVC.C8. WV?orjotrcfciilarty handle ?n-ond handbteyelm,
nsntcly Kl o> number on tu:u) takrn tu trado l>r nur Cbluaco rtdairstniY*. Tainp. uujclcar
liTOuiiitSra*jprlce?r?nfl03 from 83 loM or litO,. Drwrlpte? tarsnla tluti walled fretx.
. ?Irglu wheata, Ir.iFortccrYollor chains ami pcdala.inrt . n j>atro
f andejulpn;?ut ot all kuO* o: half tho regular rttali yrtett.
? A SAMMLE PAIR
? TO HttTStOBUOE, ONLY
ular rt/all prier ej Ihne
. ?r? ?? IfrcaiiVuWneriKtlr.l'utttttntrf
a",X 9*SSX? Ink* ?cuniile lnilr fof ktXi (?i*A
Nfilt, V?oli3crC!cso will not let U? atr out.
A hundred thousand pairs sold last year.
ridlnir, very durable and llncdlnstdo with
a upeclal quality of rubber, whtctt nover l>e
come? porous and whloh oloscs Ud small
punctures without allowlitir ?lr to es?spo. They welffti
no more than ait ordinary tlre.xhrt puncture reslstliur
auallttesbclUir?.'lveR by several layers of Mihi, specially
pre pa red fabric on the tread. The regular priai of th>so
tlro\ Li ?10.00 per pair, but for auvertlslnar puniobes wo,
are maklti'? ? ?pecbtl tBctory.prlco to'tho rider of only
8t.80 per pair. All orders ahtpped same day- letter la
recnlycd. W? will nhip C. O.U. on approval. You <lo
not need to pay a cent until you examine and (lud Uiem strictly a* represented. _ .
. Wo wllljdlow n cash dlaeolint otf> per cent (thereby mnklr.B tho price 94.86 per r?lr) If .
yousonU PUUL CASH WITH ORDEK and enclose thisodvertlsernont. .You'run no iisk lu
^ndlneuAaitotdprasthotlre?mayberrtnt-iiedntOURcxpcrint>lf fornny^aton they are not
atUttttory ou e on uvxx ion. Wo are rwfectly reliable tail money root to us In na note na In o t rait. If you onler '
n pair of thw tiro,. ,.oo will flp J tbat tboy wilt r!doTa*lpr. mu fa?lcr.n>t?r better. ln?t loaitcr and look ftacr
than aar tins row La ? e e re r naad or tmtm at acy ?>rlc=. Wc kam* thit ; r.s CU) Us so W?tt |lTtl>m ibal wbmt tooMBnE
vdui yoc ronlrr. We R^ut yoii torcud ututrtMordcCat once, tir n co ? li 1 a re m arkable (Ira OKar. .
d)0*t buy any kind nt au? ptlco until yoawndfarn jialrof BedMfaofn
- llincl'.ire-Vroof tmnon approval and triM at tUs imcctat lntrodurto*r
prit? QUOtW abort; or write for our Ms Tiro am Ruivlr.r CAtalciRiio w tiU-h ?lp*cr'.l?i and -auotcjon maVcsaad
OO WOT THINK OT'OUVINa ? bleretaov a pair
kuoar tbouecr and woadirfnloffen ? oaro ?nakhyt t;
Hot I erst ha thick rub be ft read
to prevent rim cutting. This.'
tir* will outlast any other
mako-SOFT. BIA8TI0 end
EASY KlUIMC. .
price Quoted abort; or write for opt ti
Andercpo, S. C.
199 1-2 E. Whttacr St.
FILLING, CROWN;AND BRIDGE SPECIALTY
EXPERT ON EXTRACTING
Either w?ry, asleep or w5&t awaket
. . . i- .
i& One of th? test in the State.