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- -Olympia - Candy - and - Ice - Cream - Parlor- -
OPErVING - SATURDAY - IVIARCH - 7th.
FRESH CANDIES MADE EVERYDAY
WE WANT YOU JG COME AND SEE WHAT AN UP-TO-DATE CANDY AND ICE CREAM PARLOR WEjtRE GOING TO HAVE. THE VERY BEST ICE CREAM AND SOFT DRINKS AND
BIGGEST L?NE OF CANDIES Y ET SHOWN IN ANDERSON. EVERYTHING CLEAN AND SANITARY IN EVERY RESPECT. WE MAKE OUR CANDY BY THE MOST MODERN PROCESS
' KjlOWN^lTJrj, "?EEANLINESS" AS OUR MOTTO,
-Olympia - Candy-and- Ice- Cream - Parlor
106 N. i Math; St - - - ,- - - - - - - - - - ... . Anderson,! S. C.
\~ABOUT FOLKS YOU KNOW
A. M. Martin of the Hopewell sec
tion wag in the city yesterday for a
few, hours.
C. B. Cobb of Hopo.well ?waa among
the business, visitors to spend yester
day In the city.
Col. L. [E. Campbell of
was iii ttotj? city yestedsy o
Broadway
business.
W. E. t?rldges, Jr., of th? Fork sec
tion Was-among th? visitors to the city
yesterday.' J * '
. j -- I .
J. A. Martin of Hopewell spent a
few huura in the city yesterday-,on
business, 1
I - I
R. H. Finley and J. L. Kernels of
Hopewell were among the well known
farmers to. spend yesterday jin the city,
- ' \
J. F. McConnell of Martin township
was in thc city yesterday for a t^hort
stay. - , r. f 1 \
Mrs, C. C. Wilson and MrH- s'laa
Horton of* Belton were* shopping In
thc city yesterday.
F. E. Kowalski of Hopewell was a
business vi?ltor to spend yesterday in
Anderson. !
J. A- Jones of Savan^n* township
spent a few hours in Anderson yes
terday.
W. A. Brock of Martin township was
among the business visitors to the
city yesterday.
J: TY Campbell Of Garvin township
spent a.-few hours in th? 1 city yester
day.
W. C. Martin of . the Fork, was; among
the-well ' known visitors 'to the city
yesterday. . . ., . * \ .
t W., H. Tucker, of WlllfamstQn was
among- the business visitors to An
derson yesterday.
'Alb-irt Shaw of the Fork section was
in the city yesterday for-a few'hours.
B. F. Evatt of Garvin township made
a short, business vlalt to the city yes
terday. . ;
S. E. Girard and J. C. Bolt or the
Green Pond-neighborhood were in the
city yesterday.
B. N. Wilson or the Meant Bethel
section was in the city yesterday on
business. j. ; ' 'u
Miss May King, of Hopewell was j- Henry Moseley was 'n the city yes
ahopplng in Anderson, yesterday._ I terday. returning to his home, at
J. Mi. Honeycutt of Garvin was
among the business visitors to the
city yesterday.
J. T. Howard of the Flat Rock sec
tion spent a few hours In the city yes
terday:
.Vi
IT ISN'T OKLY THE OLD
wno need glasses. ''Many a blind- per-1
sop would be. able . to see today- ttl
Jaw.hAd.-Uaea .provided >wlth.?glasse*
tb th|JrjmMfirJ^u^^^tt|^
?o?y.h?r-"here. -Nine
chances out of ten therd ts eye troublel
.which should? be attended to at.once.
.ft'-P^?ea reas>mablc 53.0O tb * $5.00 and
.?^w?rdi ile pa 1rs on frames and parts
' 10 cents and upward. .
Dr. M. R. Campbell
Ground Fleer I
Bea. 'PhoaeiaM.
112 W. Whitncr St,
Onice r-faiiua RSM.
OH* Oil J SHi SA*s> THE jjixiLr;
when she catches sight of our can
dles, and ber mother-well, she
thinks it if abe doesn't say it/ Ail the
newest sorts of confections-all fresh
you may be sure-grace our counters,
show cases and show windows. Pound
packages of Bell's at 80 cents, etc.,
afford a wide range as to choice and
favorite flavors.
Olympia Candy Co.
ream Parlor
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'h
'} I
An Extension
teleplioiieT
TheSssemee of
ff
{'VI ~
I ?lj^:#dil^^
telephone matall??. ? can send or aiiswor
calls from either floor now and there's no
more tramping np or down to answer. It's
lor.'tyow have one, too?
t? wl^ Aat^'alSofct no account. It'?
only ? few ce?id at day andi yon can't compare
the comfort and convenience to THAT.
"Call the B*lt.Co?tr-ci Dept to order it
that's what I did."
SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE ?ffi&
A?? TELEGRAPH COMPANY V^gg?
Lowndeavllle after a short visit to
Hartwell, Ga.
Fred Martin of Green Pond was a
visitor to Anderson yesterday.
Rirssell Duckworth of the Hopewell
section was a business visitor to An?
derson yesterday.
L. E. Cochrane of Carswell was
among the planters In the city yes
terday.
Bruce Pruitt of the Ebenezer sec
tlon spent yesterday in the city.
Paul F. Haddock of Charlotte was
in the city yesterday a guest at the
Chiquola. hotel.
C. A.. Arnold of Spartanburg ls
spending a few days In the city'- on
business*
D. S. Rotterrock, a well known Win
nton-Salem man, was among the visi
tors to the .city yesterday.
J. F. Hall*of Iva was In town yes
terday for a few hours..
H. Lt. Willingham or Belton was
among 'the visitors to the city yes
terday. . . ? .
j -Mrs. Oscar MKcheU': of Belton was
chopping la the city! yesterday.
Mlssess P 'arl and Lissie Murphy of j
Anderson, route 4, were shopping In ]
the city yesterday.
J. W. Major of the Sandy Springs]
neighborhood was among the busi
ness visitors to the etty yesterday.
> ? "mi t ?
H. P. Hanks of Belton wag in the
'city yesterday Tor a short stay.
M. L. simpson of Iva was anm?g tho
business visitors to th? city yester
dayr^j^ j . in* ? . . . ?.? ??*
.. ,v v aft* w?'ii* ?*i f
Guyton; of p?rcelo wu ? was
y for ? few hours yoserday.
j .dn.A. Horton, a well known business
man of Belton was in Anderson yes
terday.
Miss Grace Gumbrell o? -Belton was
in tho city yesterday on a shopping ex
pedition.
C. H. Bulky of Sparianburg, a ?elli
known drug man, was In the city yes-j
?^rdev.
A. H. Mcklahan of Honea Path spent
a few hours In the city yesterday.
i Carl Shirley of the Craytonville sec
tion was in the city yesterday.
I Benton H. Walton, of Raleigh. N. C.,
was tn th - city yesterday, a guest at
the Chiquola hotel.
William Howard of Charlotte spent
a few hours In the city yesterday on
business.
PLAN FOR BA BK BA LL.
! Chested High 8eheo5 Lads Organise
M Season. ...
Chester, March 4.-At a meeting of
the Chester High School Athletic as
sociation- Henry Refo was elected
manager of the baseball team for this
snrinir-Wylle White will captain the
^fracticebegan on the College street
school grounds this afternoon.
Seven of last year's team are back
and-the prospects are. roseate for a
fast team.
Manager Refo ls ' arranging* the
schedule. There will be about eight
or ten games on the local diamond
and quite a number will be played
with the nearby city school teams,
J. Lacy McLean, who coached the
boys last year, ls with them again, and
he bi of the opinion that he has
_ enough good material to turn out for
? the Chester schools s championship
team.
The season wilt open with Black
stock here? March 20, followed by
"prkvlUe March 27. Games have also
been arranged with Wtnnabord, "Rock
HUI. Foti Mill, Clinton, Greenwood
end Lancaster, but the dates have not
been settled.
GCYSSNyffBT XAKIW?~IriQ?rS?.
Into A?cge^Rehj?e? by^Ballrosd* ea
Washington. March . 4v~4>rtlfled
copies of entries on ?he bboks of th?
United States steel corporation, al
leged to shew the payment of enor
mous rebates by railroads on the cor
poration's ore shipments, were prom
ised to the Interstate commerce corn
il mission today by William H. Green,
fof Nebraska. Oreen ' wai- testifying
before Commissioner Harlan fifcrtag
inquiry into alleged rebating. '? Ha
promisee to have the copies on and
when the bearing is resumed.
,, David Lamar of Nsf York, from
whom tireen admitted getting much of
the information, told the commission
\ the steel corporation's hooks won
: .payment ot rebate?, and tba
the payments were made through div
idends on the. stock of the railroads,
"which was pure wind and water."
When Commissioner Her?an waa
cross-examining Green as to his
sources of Information . (he witness
protested. "I paid my owe fare down
lere," he said, "apd bad been trying
to do a public service, but it seems
that I have got into deeper water than
I expected to."
Counsel for Lamar today, asked for
subpoenas for George W. Perkins, Wil
ltam E. Corey, former president ot
the corporation Senator Oliver and
several others.
A step toward bringing to a conclu
sion the government suit to dissolve
tbe United States Steel Corporation
waa taken today ?when the govern
ment asked the Federal district court
to fix a date to hear arguments in the
case. Counsel for thc steel corpora
tion agreed to the motion, . The court
will announce the date, later. The
suit was instituted at Trenton,"N. J.,
October 26,. 1911.
UNION ^BOt" HONORED
A. G. Kennedy is secretary of lita m
f ber of Commerce
.Union, March 4.-A. G. Kennedy has
been chosen secretary ot the Union
Chamber of Cominrr?? to succeed ,W
K; Summer, resigned.
'Mr. Kennedy Is a natl vc* of Union
He ls well known and greatly liked by
all who know him. Mr. Kennedy-will
in a few days assume the -iutles of. the
position tendered bim and ever* enc
predicts that he will . capably fill
the place.
CHILD Ul UNI-I) TO DI: A TH
?tlr?r ?'?ates Barr to Find Little
One In rjrc
Chester, March 4.-A child of Sam
liney, a negro, waa burned to death
te yesterday evening on Cemetery
reet on the outskirts of the city.
ie child's mother had gone out ?li
the yard to do some washing and
rt the child Bitting by thc tire. Af
r a little while she came, back and
e little one had walked into tho
3 and was lying amid the burning
Md. It is thought that as the child
epped* into the ire its clothes wero
nited and it Inhale! the flames,
using Instant death/ '
Mrs. YTllllani H. Cole.
Townville. March 4.-Mrs. Eunice!
rederick Cole died yesterday morn-j
ig at 2 o'clock. She .waa the wife of
Milium H. Colo, who is a prosperous
irmer near here. Mps. Cole had been
ck for some time*, but not considered
rltically ill until Friday ' morning,
ben she rapidly grew woree until;
ie end came yesterday morning. Mi?, j
ole was 44 years cf agc. Sha leaves
> mourn her death her husband, five
ill dren-three boys and two girls-at
tether and other relatives. She. wael
Christian woman, serving and do j
ig all she could for the uplift of.
lose who were out of Christ. She.
ad been a member of the Townville '
[ethodist church for a number of
Bars. 1
Women in Prance and other coun
ts of Europe are much more industrl
is than when they ionic to this corni
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...SOME...
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GOOD ONES
.MM!? *.'..*<?
JUST UNLOADED.
TWO CARS OF GOD MULES and HORS
ES for your inspection. We know, good stock
when we see it!1 And we class these as EXTRA
GOOD. Bought for cash and sold the same
way! Come see Hiern.
Davis Bros.
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We believe, in Quick Sales, andt Small Profits. One price to -ail Don't
let goods get ?ld, but sell em. Keep the dollar rolling. Believe us, we
donit keep it but let 'emj'pll. Watch Red Iron Racket for bargains all
the year through. New goods daily.
"MEN'S SUITS MADE TO ORDER $1200 to $25.00.
We will save you from $ 2 to $5 on a suit Let us prove it by giving us a
trial. An expert to Measure you.
Ready Made Suits
for Men and Boys.
New Goods. Latest Mod
els. All prices.
$5 to $15
We have just received
about 200 Men's Suits -
for our Spring Sales. ?
Men's Odd Pants
Our stock is full of latest
Styles at prices from;
$1.25 to $4.98
We can fit and please ey-i
erybody in pants.
Come arid see.
New Shoes
Both .low and high cuts.
AU the new and latest
styles.
Ladies' Shoes. . . .. . r..
98c to $3.50
Men's Shoes.
$1.50 to $3.98
. .
lOdd Lot Men's
Hats
Worth #1.50 and $2, out
on table, your choice
while lo* t lasts
98c
1 Lot Men's Hats
Out on table, worth 75c
to $1. Closing but
price, Red Hot1,
48c
Suit Cases 89c and
up. Trunks $150
ap to $8.50
Dress Ginghaitis
Just received 3 cases
Dress Ginghams.
Value 12 1-2C.
Our pf ice pe
yd. only *
10c
Wool Dress Goods
25c up to 75c
AU that's new
Ladies' House
Dresses
1 lot ladies' House Dress
es worth $i, our price
68c
Yd. Wide Sheeting
' 5c yard
Towels
5c, 10c, 15c, 25c
Bed Spreads 98c up
Sheets 48c to 75c
each.
Save ?ash
Checks
with each
J purchase
DISHES F8EE i
Iron Racket
. II
Motto: Quick Sal?s, Small Profits.
ROLL, LET 'EM ROLL,
Save Cash
Checks
and get ?
nice set of
DISK 3 FREE !

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