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Condene ed Btatoment of the flnan
clnl condition ot
The Bank bf Anderson
Anderson? S. C., at the close of best?
ness, March 4~ 1014, as shown by
statement made to the State Bank Ex
aminer: ; V,
Loans and Discounts ..$ 1,038.041.02
Overdrafts .1 . 16,687,26
Bond and Stocks .... 6.630.00
Real Estate. 35,540.00
Due from Banks and Bank
en? .. ..\.. . 63,65*70
Cash and Cash Items .. 24,919.00
Capital Stock Paid la.. ..? 150,000.00
Surplus Fund ..'. 150,000.00
Undivided Profits ., .. 76,459.31
Dividends Unpaid .. .. 244.00
Deposits, Individual $745,970.1.
Deposits, Bink 53,299.46
/ . 799,269.67.
^/Totai .. .... .... . .fl.175.972.S8
TlUC DAIIsf solicits your accounut
Ililli DMIl Pays Interest on Sar
lags, Accounts. '
DON'T PAY RENT!
Take advantage of our
offer and be a hoine
?HDERSGH ffittl EipE ft
E. R. Horton. L. s. Horton,
1 T m vif H, fr
President B ?-:'''V
W. F. Murslmll, Sec'
Own ? Home in College I
"re mtm ojr Anaes-st*.:. j
The Strongest Rank tn the Comity
SAFE SOUND PROCESSIVE I
Stand tn th* tight -
Of Yotn* Child's Success
? - - <?.-?*
?the r?^s^'Tj?Aen children's
es w e f "e>. . makeshifts you
t weil havexhesitated about
^^Wf-day when onr ' Biasses made es
pecially foe and fitted to your chil
dren mean .better school., work, hap
py, . healthier ? ?od ?setter *? behaved
youngsters, you cannot af ford to hesi
tat?J H --" \
Eye strain,,"cross1 eyes" n?ul other!
ocular detents which our g^Sfh Will ]
relieve, handicap children, so aftliet
GcnnW Prescriptions FiUctt, j
Consult one who knows
BB I E. Li??lEfjcLO
ALL EXAM?NAT?O?ta FREE
waite* iL Keese^
The Progressive Jewelry Store
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* Bleckfey Bldg. Anderson* S. C. *
* .Citizens National Bank Bldg. *l
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* Evenrafl br AppehttweBt
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* Secohii F?oor. ,* Phone 269 * '
Everybody Was av Good Word
for Dr. Jones' Lin?n?nt., Mr. W. P. Swartz,
Hotel Hancock, Hancock, Pa., ?syst "Dr.
Jones' Liniment cured mt of a bad ease of
rheumatism. It certainly is * paid killer.**
Mrs. H. A. Meyer, 23 Marion St., Trenton,
N. J., writes: "I have given Dr. Jones'
Liniment a fair tria), and bel i o TC it ia the
beat remedy in the world for h radar he.
Ur. Leonard Gibba, 130 'Whitney Place,
Buffalo, N. T., writes:. "I had been af.
meted with extremely sore corea/ 'Tried I
every thing but Waa not benefited in the
least. Finally I fused Dr. Jonen* Liniment
and I nave not baan troubled slade. " '
Bold by Evana' Phar macal Compa
ny,, Frieraon'a Pharmacy, Belton, and
all Druggists, j
?fl taaaV jj wifTfy ^^^??Taa?
LaP"'W*flaag? ^fm* ^af^iBH
S5*gr ' inca Wk"*
Without thee* two ?trarantoed ora
Mc 60s ?nd tl 00-the only ?*;. raUon.
Ihi&rea tasty growth.
. Km jj-Ho aadftoc. After ?wy put i
. th? ?arly criUc**' period theymature
GulcVl^Hnto profit payins member? of
''Refuse subeUtatx?: tastet it* Pratt?.
_1j?llefi ll'?? finira "Ti i~1 TTT Mum ?j BtnV
For Bale by
Pouche Drug Coi Anderson, 8. C.
W. H." Harrison; Anderson, S. C.
W. A. Power, Anderson, 8, C.
Evans' Pharmacy, Anderson, S. C.
I Peoples' Grocery 'Co., Anderson, 8. C.
Anuerson casu uroce. Anderson, S. C.
M. M. Hunter, Pendleton, 8. C. 3803
Frieraon'a Pharmacy, Belton, 8. C.
; You wnl ne ucingi yourself
a good turn by insiaUmfJip]
GAS JlA.Mg&. We sell
them under the strongest
Easy tf^TfiR^^ down and
$2 per month.
Anderson Gas Co.
Why U|tj want
. Small Accounts
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Do you realise that a hundred
small accounts' make, a bank
stronger than a dozen large onos
even If they aggregate the same
total of deposits?
That's why we are coastvtil
ly seeking 'new customers. We
want as wide a circle ot friends
. add customers as possible.
Of course- large amounts are
welcome, too. for it is our pur
pose to serre ALI? people.
But we want, men and women 1
of limited meena to know that
this .bank ia w??ing io aoeef|t!:,
their deposits and give them
advantage of *o*?r* ad vice-and er
pry taeillty of the institution,
if you are not a batyk dcpoal
U^tor at all dome in and get ac
quainted with ns. We...a???fe
alad to1 talk things dver
f?J??^g$?'W^ are risking ice cr?f?K">.*J
??8a88?&",CB^8S DRUG CO. *|
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a A *". . *'?;?:'asia*'*,'.0\f >?? e.e-e,
C. & W. C. Filed Brief In Re
Whether Use* of Peas May
Secure DMMge? v
(Bf Associated Pres?.) '
Washington, March 30.-Whether a
railroad may avoid damages for in
jurien to a person riding on a pass,
under the terms of the Hepburn rate
law, is to be considered by the su
preme court. Attorneys.for the C. &
W. C., railway company today n brief
in court contending that lt may.
The road seeks to have the court j
reverse the holding of the court of]
appeals of Georgia, that Mrs. Lissie
Thompson, who was hurt nesr Plum
Branch, in 1910, while riding on a
pass from McCormick, to Augusta.)
was entitled to damages. '
Interesting Series at Christian Church,
Church Vf Ul Close April 2.
Splendid audiences greeted Evan
gelist C. C. Ware at the three services]
of the Christian church revival Sun
day. In the morning be spoke on The I
Meaning of the Lord's Supper. Solo]
by Mrs. Ware, Gethsemane.
At the large maa* meeting at 4 p.
m., he discussed Christianity's Hell,]
when i be claimed that : Christ taught |
that Hell is certain intense and ever
lasting for all who live and die with'
At 8 p. m. he spoke on Tho Simple,
Superlative Name, in which he show
ed' the nam Christian aa preeminent
and Christians as the d?vi?ciy . ap
pointed designation of the followers
of Christ As a name for the actual
believers in', Christ it is neither over
pretentious nZr unduly distinctive,
and because names are sacred in this
cosmical world, it ls not an optional
name. :> Speaking affirmatively
matlvely he.said the name Christian
should be worn by all Christians bey
cause of Its aptness Its significance,
its eminent propriety and Its Scrip
The sermon Monday night - was
.aimed against worldliness which un
dermines the' usefulness of so many
church members and' waa entitled
Tile Pride ot Life. Mrs. Wade sang
God WI1UTake Care ot Yon. ^^?\
Tbe sermon tonight will be on the
biii'jrvi Io v^nr?ot u?viuod? and the
speaker will give an earnest, scriptu
ral treatment of Christian union, a
subject of vast?interest and ono to!
which the whole Christian world isl
now giving some favorable attention.!
A beautiful and appropriate ' vocali
selection will be given by Miss Averyl
and Miss Rosa Tribble. The revival
closes Thursday night, April 2, Let
ail come while they may. iW;!
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BARNES ITEMS. *
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To avoid unkind criticism '
Say. nothing, v^
Be nothing, '
Miss Mamie Tucker ls home from
Calhoun Pall? whsra she hz- b?e? en
gaged '-~ teach.5-!!;: ??*? ?ev?ral ntc^t?:-.
Two: more names have been added !
to the 'jachslcr Hat a? Barnes. ,
Mr. Wi ft. Porrest'?n section fore-,
man recently spent a few days with
bomcfolks at Mauldln, Greenville
, 'Mr. H?-Swain McConnoll of Anderson
visited here recently.
He-Why do-you steig so loud uit
She-Because 1 dislike to hear thb
yelling ot other people. 'I sacraftce
my throat to save my oars.
The merry "gee haw" of the farmers
can be heard on every side today.
Mr. John H. Tucker went to -Cal
houn Falls last Saturday fS seo his
daughter who reecntly suffered an op
eration at Augusta hospital:
?Sr. Jack Turner nf HOP*wou
was hera recently.
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THE DAY IN CONGRESS *
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MARCH 89, 1?1?.
Senate ifet at Noon.
Leaders discussed probable action
on the Pateema tolls rtpeai and deck
ed to wait for action of the house ' >.
__Aajouraec Xi 5:?6 p. m. to noon oh
?ucBday. ' , l| . KB
st at Noon,
ns resumed,or, tb
?of the Panama tolls oxen*piton.
Independent oil operators- opposed
the present form of Cab bill to lease
mineral oil and ci' lands, befdro the
public lands committee^
Representative Burk*, win* won ibo
!republican primary nomination 1 for
Senator in South Dakota, waa chea '
when here?JQrned to Ipa seat.
? ?jw^rn.^ W \>. ta., io noon
I Cigarette yieae; trna Saunp*-HSBI
?Tage, of MP fer Bay.
Attests, March . 3P..-~Qne hundred
'cigarette* a day is tho confessed rec
[threw himself at the mercy of the
L ?ol lc? court whan hs was arrested thbi
[?v,?emp admitted that he was & "cig
arUtfcaend" and a victim of Uss drink
habit sa. well. He said that he suf
tened torture? of ?crvouaaess uniese I
be wa? smoking. ?Mid Inhaling all the I
time, and that be required an aver-1
agc o? 100 cigorelta* o day.
Arter bearing tho evidence ut the I
eas? the charg? of/ drunkenness ?ras I
dismissed and thc unfortunate victim I
was .sored' **ta?. to Probation Officer
Coeglor who ?viii endeavor to have him I
placed somewhere for treatment.
WS5P?TE IS GiVEN
Nd. Y, GUNMEN
Four Men Awaking Execution for
Rosenthal ^f Resin?*
Unta Beckers, Trial .
? Albjusr/^^i^? 3*0.-The chan
ces that the four saan, awaiting execu
tion the weeli of April 13 for the mur
der of Herman i Rosenthal, the gam
bler, will be granted a respite until
after the second trial of former Lieu
tenant. Charles JBpekpr, seemed bright
C. H. Kringle, their attorney, filed
petition for a respite today and Gov
ctared thal a commutation of sentence'
He said, however, that he would,
make no definite decision until he had
examined the petition closely.
. Columbia. March IO.-The joint en
campment of the .regular army and
the 10,000 military of North Carolina,
South Carolina, Georgia and Florida,
comprising the Ninth Division, will bei
held', |n thc viclnty of Chales ton from
July 1 to August ISth according to
information received this morning
by Adjutant General Moore from the
commander ot tho Eastern Department
ment-at Kew Yore/: The cnUre^lkmth
Carolina.National Guard will take part
The Adjutant General ls asked to Indi
cate. tbe;.dates which. will suit the
troops from this state.
. Columbia, . March 30.-Governor
Blcase ts spending ? few days' in
TV?M>ningi.on. ne ion we city on tmn
I day afternoon, to be'away until Thnt
day, probablfe^The governor's trip is
jone of business combined with pleas
ure In the nature of getting a little
\ outing and a llttMlpg from the offi
cial duties' which have kept him close
ly in the office since Jhe convening bf
i Ute Icsiaiiti nre on ino "second Tuesday
Bleaae and by t^e.ase^Uani ?torneyf
general. Fred ll. Dominick., .
Coiqmbia, Marth W.-^tnmisslonsjr
E. J. Watson, ?Mayor Devant of 8**
j varnish. Ga ?aft a^Gt#Qn1*M?s.
I Hyde Pratt or North,.Carolina are In
[Marshall, Secutarles'LA??. Houston,
(larrlHon, S^k?Y.Ctb* and others to
invite them to the Nations! Drainage
I congress which meets, tn Savannah
during the latter part o? April. The
[comnstttea hopes' to i ITMTIW||(IIIIII
Wilson and tho others. J . .
Leeds, England? Marva 30.-Thirty
fivo thousand coal miners in the York
shire pits laid down theirtools today
demanding tho Introduction-of a ttftsV
lmiim rate of wages. Notices hayv
been hoomtAo W W*? additional
men who will quit work on Thurs
.The Miners,' Federation of Great
I Britain haa}glv$tf1fs support to the
strike and a long struggle ie expect
Columbus, Ghk), March 30-Nearly
very cos, rn?n? ?n Ohio win shut
down tomorrow? throwing more tbau
85,000.awn,ooi.Qf work, fox. an inder
<snJtsrS$?1gK Jwia-??ncuncouient was
made here tonight at a meeting of the
coal operab-?? of ftte Hockney Valley.
Southern Ohio.7 The decision of the
Ohio cdal operates .t?v'i?toae their
ui?nes is the sape action as that tak
en by the Eastern Ohio operators at
Cleveland on Saturday, failure of
.Iterator* ?nd? Miners to agree rom.a.
now scale brought about the condit
Alt tbs" 10,000 coal minore of the
. (Stem Ohio coal fields m Belmont
. alni JttltATBQ** rnn/iHoo will ??lb QI.?
tonight, pending the negotiation ot a
now wage scale, lt ls reported the
unorganized injnW of ?h W**t Vir
ginia - panhandle, which is tinder th.;
jurisdiction of the Ohio sub-district,
probably will go out with the Ohio
miners. r''v'' '
Sirs. ?. B., Tucker Ul.
The Elberton Star says: "Mrs. T. B.
[Tucker of Heardtbori. Ga,, was taken
[to a hospital m Atlanta, ThKSday tor
fan oj?er?tion. She was accompanied
formerly Mts? Dal
I Washington, March So.-Aetani con
'atroctiottwork ori thegTcat'yhtien?M>
tn? -here to
par k %? latge toree
-began exca-ratlag tot Ahe
KstTOsa structure- which ia
?^jYr?nlb. V? ; fcforrh 3ft.., ? Pw..^. .?
Harshen or the Seabird Alf ??uo
p raliway, today aam?ahcoe-tiie nut nat
? ot Ute position of first and second as
the pr??sb ! 0. S. Lake ls mad?
sv-aerai superintendent. The position
ot general manager is ehclishfrt.
OF NEW MAGAZINE
Th? PMnoat Htagatn-to, to Ap
pear Th? Week, WO! Contain
Many Fine Feature?
The second Issue of the Piedmont
Magasine, J. Homer Oulla, managing
editor, will appear on the news stands
of Anderson and be malled to the aub
fccrlbera one day thia week. Tho mag
azine contains manx bplendld fea
tures and readers moat certainly will
compliment Mr. Oulla when they se
cure this number.
A new feature baa been added - to
the magazine, thia being entitled. "A
Personal Chat" and deals with the au
thors of varioua stories appear In m
Several feature stories by Col. Jul
ius E. Bogga, will appear In the April
number, together with a Mexican sto
ry by Porter A. Whaley. Splendid
Anderson county scenes and scenes
from foreign countlea also go a long
way to make the magazine attract
ive. On the whole Anderaon has ev
ery right to be proud of the magazine
BROUGHTON Ali AUTHOR.' V
The Former Atlanta Preacher Has
Produced a Book.
Atlanta. March 30.-Dr. Len G.
Broughton, formerly of Atlanta, now
ot Christ Church, London, baa sent to
a number of his Georgia friends cop
ies of a new book which he ls the au
thor, entitled "Christianity and Ute
In the volume which will have an
extensive circulation In England as in
America, Dr. Broughton ?peaks feel
ingly of bia work In Georgia, and, in
deed, aa. he anya In the prefaces, many
of the chantera in the book are addres
ses which he delivered at former ses
sions of the Atlanta Bibi?? conference.
In explaining Ute Utle of bia book,
Dr. Broughton, says: "I do believe we
face a time ?u the church of Christ
when a now emhpasle is to be placed
jon the commonplace. . There are' a
few men who can do tho extraordin
ary things; but only a few. Most;
'men are only able to do the ordinary
tilings, but they are able to do them
SPICH ARB SPAN.
Atlanta to Have Special CScan.up for
tiie Serbs era.
Atlanta, March 30.-A. special clean
up and paint-up campaign is on in At
I JjAU to make the city apick and span
pnd beautiful for the Shrlners conven
tion tn May.
j The movement coming on Ute beela'
of Atlanta's annual spring clean-up,
MB meeting ?ie? indorsement o? civic,
'commercial and women's organisa
Potentate Forrest Adair announces
that practically all the arrangements
for housing .and feeding Ute Immense
s?iu?r?ng have b^en completed, and
that ali which remains to ne Oona is I
along tho lintot ^beautifying and^' j
u;rt??a; the city. .., ..
Th?, -:i?it> Cxinusl v?ri of Atlanta
will bV a blase or light, etreet corkers
wiR oe arched with electric arches and
ht addition to Ute street displays the
leading houses will decorate from
curbstone to roof.
A BAD CHINK.
W01 be Sent Bark ta His Coan try ai
Atlanta. Maret 30.-"WashT l^rt^
starchee shirt., mako shirtee shina."'
answered Leo Hotoo. an aged Chinese,
when U. S. officials' here asked bim
what he was going to do in Atlanta,
following his release from the federal
penitentiary where ho had. been serv
ing s sentence for impersbuattng an
other Orientalin violation, of the gov
But Leo Hotoo's happy pleas of
starting a lltUe. laund-v with a rod
Sign hi front were nipped in the bud
by tho arrival from Blsboe, Arizona,
thic morning of Deputy Marshall Mc
"Ha's a bad Chinaman/* a*h* Mc
Donald,, "and ir he were allowed to
remain in Atlanta you'd be hearing
. sometht??- from hun befbrn v*ry Vyner
"You know what Bret Harte wrote.
'Fot wry* that are dark and tricks that
f*re vam tbe heathen Chinee bi pecu
liar.' Thia Lee Hotoo ia one of the
Heathenish Chinees wc.hav-."
So Lee Hotoo la e^Mn under arrest
and will be taken-back to Ute west.
He will later be deported from San
. The local Chinese, who are law
abiding and useful set of people, were
giad aoveee htm go. so their lead eas
Te Oa?*t Standard OIL
Co?umbue.O., March 30.-Judge Dil
lon of Ute com^u^jaieap court. 1st? to
day granted en'al terttnl iv?, writ or
dering AttyX?es. Hcgan to InsUtute pro
ceedufcsto oust tbs Standard Oil Co.,
*?d_ . !*? f poldar Jes, taclndi ftg
fr>*rz UC.'"T bscinees in Obis. T'
' ?*t*o ia set for bearing April 20.
. - ./?IN tut ar ive n P?I II i? atv uic
.Central Presbyterian Church Wednes
day night is 8 o'clock. Tba topic for
idlsc'Uiaton wtll be "Jesus and Pray
Jer." Bev. D. Witherspoon Dodge, pas
Another Lot of
Silk Dresses and
Just Arrived on Last Express
In Keeping With Our Store,
They Are of
The Better Kind
SUYMTI in ?a vt ?ri QA A TKAM*
Light Pink Lavendar
Alice Blue and
Very Special at 50c Yard
Whil? it lasts.
sd Mules ar?d Horses
C:ome look them over and se
lect the one you want, there are
some extra good ones in this lot ;
and the price is a small considera
tion, a* we s?ii tor Cash.
Mrs. J. C. Holleman
West Side Square.
Anderson, S. C.