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Miss Gertrude King
I o f the
H. W. Gossard Co.
is with us
Thursday, Friday and
when she will do special f itting
in our Corset Department
May we expect you?
A Big Western Picture at The Paramount Today, William S. Hart, Famous
Broadway Sin:-, In THK HA IM JA IN"
"THE BARGAIN" ls a great Western story-Weotern characters,
tern scenery-laid in the Grand Canyon ot Arizona-and typical Western
sltuatoos. William S. Hart, tho famous Broadway favorite playa the lead
ring role, which abounds in situations which demand daring and courageous
iu ting. The entire plot ls a sensation from ?tart to flnsth. and Paramount
patrons desiring to see a production of this nature are assured of the best
to bo had along this line.- "The Bargain" is the only picture of the strictly
Western character which has been accepted by tho Paramount Corporation;
ft abounds with th* beautiful scenery ot the Grand Canyon.
THREE WARRANTS FOR
HIM ON SAME CHARGE
C. W. ROWLAND CHARGED
WITH DISPOSING OF
IS BOUND OVER
Two Cases in General Sessions
Court and Third in Court of
With an Indict ment forxdlsposing of
property under mortgage hanging
over lils dead In tin* court '>f general
cessions, and with a similar case
agaitiHt him Coining up for trial in
the magistrate's court on February 16,
C. W. Howland was yesUirday bound
over to thc court of general sessions
on a warrant charging him with dis
posing of mortgaged property in a
All three cases against the defend
ant hu ve been brought hy I). Y. Mushy.
Yest frilay he was bound o ?er to th?
couti of general sessions on .a war
rant charging him with disposing of a
hale of cotton which wus under mort
gage The defendant was released on
I", aid In the gum of $2l"\
The defendant is to he trietl in the
court ol Magistrate W t\ Broad well
on February 16 on chargea of dispos
ing of corn which was uniier mort
gage. The case which ls now against
?iiin in thu court of general sessions,
and on which he has been indicted,
charges him with disposing of three
bales of cotton which were under
The case In which it is alleged that
corn was disposed of comen before
the magistrate for trial because thc
value of thc corn is of an amount that
puts such a case within tho jurisdic
tion of a magistrate.
MAN TAKES OWN LIFE
IN 1IAKTSV.LLE CELE
Death h Found by Hangtmr With
Wire-Suffering From Berang
HAr-TSVILLE. Feb. ?I.-A white
tramp, poorly clad, calling himself C.
ii. I holiday, about 4 > years of age and
heavily built, committed suicide In a
cell at thc tr>wn guard house here this
morning at tl o'clock by hanging him
self with a wire. The man arrived
yesterday evening about dark and
inked for lodging in the house of Mr.*.
A. D. Hatchell, who conducts a board
ing house. His mind seemed derang
ed. Ile said he had walked to Hart
ville from Darlli.gton and that two
mon were fighting him and bad fol
lowed him from Massachusetts
through Virginia to this State. After
,'olng to bed. be said two men were
after him at 12 o'clock." He got up
ind caine tip towri. On-tho r.treet he
met Policeman J. K. Brand, and asked
Brand for a pistol. He and thc po
liceman engaged in a tussel. Tho
pistol discharged without injury to
lither. Halllduy had on his parson a
nulty knife and small paint brush,
ind claimed to be a sign painter. Ho
trltd to cut Braud with the putty
knife, but did not succeed. Brand
unneeded in getting the man in the
...nani house, where he spent the bal-,
ance of the night which ended !n the
suicide. Tho wire had been left In
i ho cell by a former prisoner, who
had mod it for a clothes line.
Coroner Kelley held an Inquest, this
morning and found a verdict lu ac
cordance wltjt thc facts. The man
had a card on his parson on which
was written the name of bis ??ctbe'r;
which he ga*e as Mrs. W. W. Peaches,
Oswega Falls, N. V.
lu tho absence of answer to In
quiries' the man waa burled by thc
o IN MEMORY i. o
Heath of James A. Williams. .
He bore all or his suffering with
out a murmur. Hts but words to bli
family were walk straight and bo
good, so you nil can meet your Mod
in ceacc." He had given up the world
and woul dtell his friends as they
passed by, "live so you can meet your
God in perfect peace." Just a little
while before the end he said, "I will
soon be over yonder," then ssid.
"Mamma, I am gone." He was Kl
years and five months old. Interment
in Silver Brook cemetery by hts wife.
He lesves two sons snd one daugh
ter. B. C. Williams and Annie Wil
liams of Antlorson. and Floyd Wil
liams of Atlanta. Ga., and a mother,
\l," a ? x um I---ta..
....M. M. <?. v? .?.??um, u tic o io 1171, .tia??, i
tie J. Hall of AndnrnvAn. one brother, ?
John A. Williams, of Atlanta, Ga.
'May God's richest blessings rest
upon each and every .one of our
neighbors and friends tor tbs kind
ness they showed towards ut ls our
MRS. 8. A. and M. J.'
Home's not merely four square walls.
Though erith picture* bung and flfoed |
Home la where affection calls,
Filled with shrine? the heart hath|
Home, go ask the faithful dove.
Sailing 'neath the Heaven above ?a.
Home ls where there's ene to lora.
Home ls where there's one tn lora us
Read "Public May Forset You're la
Business," by Hugh Chalmers the I
great Automobile Manufacturer-in '
Sr. John F. Vines has gone to
Hampton where he will conduct a
i revival meeting.
Were Discussed Yesterday by
Delegates of Associa
Fifty or more delegates, consisting
of pastors and laymen of churches of
Saluda association, were in attendance
yesterday at the conference held at
the First Baptist church for thc pur
pose of discussing mission work. The
conference was presided over hy the
Itev. W. K. Wilkins of Greenville, who
was delegated by the State Uuptist
convention as field agent in the cam
paign for State missions.
At the forenoon session of the con
ference two addresses on missions
were made, one by the Itev. D. W.
Herring and the other hy the Itev. Mr.
Wilkins. Mr. Herring bus been a
missionary to China for the past 2!)
years, and his talk yesterday on the
subject of foreign missions was
thoroughly interesting and instructive.
The address by Mr. Wilkins on the
I subject ot mission was -Iso thorough
ly enjoyed. Following tb iso addresses
: there was an exhaustive discdssion of
I tho subject of plans for meeting the
missions proposition in South Caro
lina. The discussion was continued
at the forenoon session.
At 1 o'clock lunch was served by
the ladles of tho church in the dining
room in the basement of the church.
The oxecutive committee of. the asso
ciation mapped out a table of mission
apportionment? for the 49 churches
in the Saluda association. The table
was read at the afternoon session and
the delegates of the vtrious churches
allowed to state whether or not they
thought the apportionments can be
Representatives of other associa
tions were in attendance on the con
ference among them being, Mr T
Oregon Lawton of Greenville.
Becomes Editor of Columbia Re
cord Succeeding Jas. H.
That Col. William Banks, formerly
editor of The Anderson Intelligencer,
had accepted the editorship of the Co
lumbia'Dally Record, is the informa
tion given out here'yesterday by Sec
retary Porter A. Whaley of the local
chamber of commerce. Upon his re
turn from Columbia Wednesday night.
Mr. Whaley told several friends con
fidentially that COT. Banks would be
offered the editorship of the Record,
but ss no agreement bad at that time
been reached In the matt er any pub
licity on tbi subject would have been
premature.' In' long.'lliat?nee telephone
conversation with; Columbia at noon
yesterday. Mr. 'Wh&fey stated, it was
officially announced' that Col. Banks
had been tendered tho editorship of
the Record and had accepted .he
Col. Banks 'Is one' of the best news
paper'men In the State. For years he
was city editor of the Columbia State.
Several year.? ago he came to Ander
son io as?eme the' editorship of the
Daily Mail, resigning thin position af
ter a year or so to become editor of
Tho Anderson Intelligencer, a position
which he gave up last fall to accept
a position tn the "office ot Col. E.' J.
Watson, commissioner of agriculture, j
commerce and Industries.
Aa editor of th" Columbia Record,
Col. Banks succeeds Mr. James H.
Moore, who has geno to Knoxville to
take charge of the editorial page of
the Knoxville Sentinel, tho ulteruoon
paper of that city.
Read "Public May Forget You're In
Business," by Hugh Chalmers the
great Automobile Manufacturer-in
Mr. J. W. uattlebaum ls in Colum
bia and Ratesburg ' on business for
When yon 'phone Billy Power fer
fresh meets be ?are to ask fer Ms
?agar cqred New Ter* roll n*rk. IPs
the pork that brings Joy lo all.
When croat, feverish and sick
give "California Syrup of
Children loro this "fruit laxr.tfve," J
and nothing else cleanses the tender
stomsch, liver and bowels sc nicely j
A child simply will not stop playing
to empty the bowels and the result is.
they become tightly clogged. with
waste, liver gets sluggish, btomach
sours? then your little one be<v\m??
cross,, hair-sick, feverish, don't eat.
ileep or act natural*/, breath ls bad.
JV?tem full of cold, has sore , throat,
utomach-ache or diarrhea. Listen,
Mother! 8ie if tongue ls.coated, then
Sive a teaspoonful Of "California Sy
rup of Ffgs,". and In a few hours all
the constipated waate. sour bile and
undigested food paaaea ont of the sys
tem, and . you have . a well, playful
Millions of mother? give "Califor
nia 8yrup of Fig?" because lt is per
fectly harmless; children love lt. and
it never falla to act on the stomach,
liver' and bowels.
Ask your druggist for a SO-cent bot
tle of "California Syrup ot Pigs."
which hss full directions for bables,
children of all agaa ' and for grown
ups plainly printed on th? bottle. Be
ware of counterfeits: sold here. Get
the genuine, made by "California Pig
Syrup Company." . T< ?fuse any other
kind with contempt.
REV. MILLARD A JENKINS, D.
D. ATHENS TO SPEAK TO
ONE OF THE BEST
?No More Brilliant or Eloquent
Speaker in Georgia-Will Be
Thc Rev. M. A. Jenkins. D. -D., n
Baptist minister of Athens, Ga., will
address the men's ma.-:; meeting here
next Sunday afternoon, the subject of
lils address being "Running Fast the
Recently Dr. Jenkins delivered this
address before the^Y. M. C. A. at
Athens, and the Athens Banner says
"Few Millard A. Jenkins delivered
one of the most masterful addresses
of his eareer. lils subject wfs 'Run
ning Past the Signal Lights.' Never
has a choicer ?peech b???n vheard in
Athens than the one that fell from the
lips of the- wonderful preacher.
"It was resplendent with descrip
tive language of the purest English
and he handled his great theme of
Oci's ?ia I va? ion for a lost humanity
tenderly but so honestly and fearless
ly that the hardest-hearted could but
bend their hearts, before the great
gospel message that felj upon their
Dr. Jenkins ls considered one of
the most forceful, speakers helling
from the State of Georgia, and the lo
cal Y. ML C. A. confiders Itself for
tuuate .'n Recuring hb? services.
The meeting will oe hel dat 3:30
o'clock Sunday arteriloon in the court
house. There will be no charge for
admission, and all men of Anderson
and vicinity are cordially Invited to
come eui and hear this gifted speak
. .Wsslon Study t'lnss.
The Mission Study Class of St.
John's Methodist church will meet
this afternoon at 4 o'clock with Mr.-.
IO. P. Brown on West Market street.
Pr hu u ry Ph ll ut lieu. "
The Primary Phllathea Class of the
First Presbyterian church will meet
thin afternoon at 3:30 with Mis? Eliza
Mrs. John C. Watkins and M^s
Ruth Watkln? haye been spending *'.,e
! past few days in Easley.
The "Roroanecers" to be given un
der the auspices of the Anderson
Lyceum. Association next Tuesday
evening, February 0, at the Anderson
College promises to be the best of
'all the numbers put on during the
lyceum course. The Frank Lea Short
Company who present lt carry all
their own scenery and thc perform
ance has won the highest praise wher
R. E. Lee Chapter.
The Robert E. Lee chaptet will
meet this afternoon at 4 o'clock with
Mrs. J. K. Vandlver on South Mc -
Ufrs. Lewis Retter.
The many friends ot Mea. J. Baylis
Lewis, who has been at the Anderson
hospital for the past two weeks, will
be delighted, to hear that she Is so
much improved, that she hopes to go
to her home ou South Main street to
Ranee This Evening.
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Farmer will en
tertain at a dance this evening at
their home bn West Whltner street.
-- ? I
Ia Menor of Mrs. Means.
A beautiful iffalr and a pretty com
pliment to a charming visitor was the
dance given on Wednesday evening
by Mr. and Mrs. J.- Harrington God
frey at the Rose Hill Club In honor
of Mrs. Albert Means of Philadelphia.
The beautiful club rooms wera
.ever more attractive than on this de
lightful occasion which was very In
formal- The Paramount orChes.ra
f?wjavyvu thc Bplc?di? U1U3IC, Which
was the only necessary requisite for
a beautiful dance. Dainty refresh
ments were served during the even
In*- - -
?moni motu nre?ei??- W?TC? HT
Mrs. A. 8. Farmer, Mr. and Mrs. L. L.
Rice. Mr. and, Mrs. S. Ti Parker/ Mr.
(?nd Mrs. R. E. Llgon. Mr. and Mrs.
I. B. DeCamp, Mr. and Mrs. J. E.*Sad
ler. Mr. and Mrs. 3. N. G??iuer, Mr.
?nd Mrs. R. J. Ramer, Mr. and Mr*
H. A. Orr. Misses Bute* Arno'd of?,
Greenwood. Jessie Browne, U7*?ee
Spencer. Ella Mae and Lorin h Cum
mings. ,V|u* raVtek, Floride .H?rr|s,
Messrs. Louis Lfidbetter. Gene Wat
son, T. P. Dickson, Clyde Smith.
Welch. J. 8. Fowler. Starke Sullivan,
vWnHf Marshall, Keys filmer, George
Boleman. Philip W?hlte, Billy Lyon.
Garrett? Buen, Lows, Dr. Herbert
Harris and Dr., John Major.
Mr*. Lee G. Holteman baa ?one toi
New York city.
When jr?? >.??. Billy Power for
fresh meats he rare te ask fer ali}
sager eared New Vor? roll pork. It's]
the pork that krissy fry 4c? Mt
ftead "Public May Forget You're Inj
Business,'* by Hugh Chalmers tho I
great Automobile Manufacturer-in j
A* genuine money saving event, actual savings /
in dependable merchandise values. \
Here is your opportunity to save money on
is a mone v saving opportunity, which you con
acter. Seldom does there come a time when :
you can buv strictly high grade goods at prices
as low as here quoted. ^
Come, see, and convince yourself that this i
.s a money saving opportunity, which you can- ' jil
not afford to miss. 1
New line Spring Dress Ginghams... .. .10c 1 I
1,000 yarda Apron Ginghams, value 7c.Se '
2,000 yards Heavy sheeting, worth 7c.5c \
40-luch All Wool Ser^u, regular price GOc.,..3Gc 'K
72-Inch i?ine Broad Cloth, regular price 60c.39c
One lot Cotton BlunketH, regular price 75c.?Oe 1
One lot Extra Heavy Wool Nap Blanket, regular price $2.00 . .$1.2? 1
54-inch All Wool Serges tn all color?, regular 75c.50c
One lot White Dress Linen, value 35c.lie
One lot Crepe Plaid Dress Goods in beautiful color?, values 25c ..18c
One lot Fine Silks for Waists, tn all shades, wortu 60c.J**"
One lot Dress Goods in Wool Suitings, regular price 50c.-c
One lot Chanbry in solid colors, regular price 10c.dc
One lot Children's Dresses in Ginghams and Caleteas, regular price
Ladies' Caracul Coats, values up to $6.00. . .. .. ..$8.48
One lot Ladies' Shoes on counter, s'./es up to 4 1-2.98c
New line Ladies' low cut Shoes just received- in Gun Metal. Viel Kid
and Patent Leather in Pumps, Baby Dolls and Bluchers . .$$.$$
One lot Ladies' Vic! Kid Shoes, worth $2.00. . .$1J19
One loi Ladles' Gun Metal and Patent Leather Shoes, values up tn
Big line Men's Fine Shoes in all leathers, worth $3.50,..4&49
Big linc Men's All Wool Sui' Blue Serges and Fancy Worsteds.
value $10.00. v ....... v .". .$&*H
Ouv Entire lino Men's \?h< pl tn ?erge and Fanpy Worsted 8ults.
values,$12.50 ant' $15>,...$8JR
One lot Boys' "Ifnee"Suit? in Bini? Sedges ?nd-Cashmere, worth regu
100 Pairs Men's All Wool Cashmere Pants, worth 3$.0t... .$1.48
The Lesser Co.
Where You Pay Les?.
Burriss Metal Shingles
roi?AT rinij P?>ftT?rT?ii\T
uivcfAi FIRE rilli i?t Ililli
In the ease of the Are Monday afternoon, which destroyed Ute two story
house at No. 404 Bleekley Street, and occupied by Mr. WJU Edwards, til?
houses adjacent thereto would surely bare barned M ikey bad not bees as
met as they were as-a result of the extremely wet westbet we have been
1 A Barr?as Metal Kb Ingle root will afford great protection la ease of gre
tear yon} this bas beca preven tine ?ad time again.
Better look rate this NOW, Otu* Fire Department Is terribly handicapped
la getting te the Ares en account et tbe very, bad streets.
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