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Farmers, Attention !
Dont' 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 Dress-?
ing should be applied early.
Anderson Phosphate & Oil
Fifty Boys and Girls
LISTEN. Here in . proposl
tlon. If jon wish to prepare
yourselves for high salaried po
sitions at the Tery least poss!
Me outlay of expense, then we
want to talk business with you.
Hld yea know that we can
nero than double y oar earnfnlg
capacity within a short Have If
yea wBl Jost pi?ce yourselves
under our Instrjetlonf
Let as explain this plan, anil
its cost ti? yn?j. fan hare ne Idea
what a snail outlay of expenso
may mean to you In Perry Busl>
neis College education.
Our list of graduates shows
that thousands of young hoy??
and girls ar? BOTT making a
grand success ia life* who ob
tained their training here.
Start today, the demand Is al?
Trays great for competent help.
Unless yon begin you will never
be ready fer tint position that
awaits yea. Bead for particu
lars. We are glad to serve jon*
Oyera House Building
Greenville, S. C,
o DOUBLE SPRINGS o
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We took advantage of the good
weather last week by working our
Thursday and Friday were examina
tion days for the third, fourth and llfth
We should take no. less interest in
our Sunday school than we do In our
j day school. They are sister schools,
j Aro you doing your duty In nttending?
! Come next fourth Sunday to elect a
j superintendent and teachers.
Our Behool was favored with hav
' lng thc following visitors last week:
Mr. J. W. Sullivan. Mr. and Mrs. L.
. P. Sullivan. We welcome others who
I hnvo not been to Heo us. Our teach
ers have made repeated requests for
parents to visit the school.
Miss Grace Cromer of Atlanta is
visiting hor parents. Mr. and Mrs. A.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Sandcrg have
boen in Anderson for the past week
at the bod side of the former's sister,
Mrs. John Dobbins.
We, as the future citizens of An
derson county, wish to add a hearty
"araen" to tho proposed bill to give
this county'permanent roads.
Five Cases Disposed of in Police
Court on Monday Morn
Something For Nothing
Younga Island, B. C., Nov. 23. lil?,
?Tn get started wl?i you we maka
yon the following offer. Send vs $1.6?
for 1,000 Frost Proof Cabbage Planta,
grows, in the open air and will stand
freealng. grown from the Celebrated
Seed of Bol gina & Son and Thorbora
ft Co., and I will aend you 1.000 Cab
bage Planta additional FRES), and yoe
Sim ggjlu?t ?i? O???f au? many timos
ar yon like. I will give yon specie*
prices on Potato Seed and Potato*
piante later. . Wo want the accounts
cf close buyers, large and small. W?
mk ?apply aH.
The fellowing eases were disposed
of yesterday In tho recorder's court:
Lawrence Bennett, drunkenness, $5.
Lud Thompson,*drunkenness, |5.
. Lud Thompson, resisting arrest, $5.
Jasper Wave,'drunkenness, |5.
Nora Roberson and Mamie Adams,
disorderly conduct,. former dismissed
and latter fined $10.
LIVERPOOL, Feb. 22.-Cotton spot
quiet; prices steady. American mid
dling fair 5.88; good middling 5.30;
middling 5.00; low middling 4.69;
good ordinary 4.28; ordinary 3.88.
Sales 7,000 bales, Including 6,500
American and 1,000 speculation and
export. Receipts 24,221 bales, includ
ing 12,264 American.
Futures barely steady. May-June
4.86 1-2; June-July 4.90; Jnly-Aucust
4.94 1-2; October-November 5.06 1-2.;
CHICAGO. Feb. 23.-Hogs higher.
Hulk $6.5506.65; light $6.5006.75:
rii'.xed $6.5006.75; heavy $6.1506.60;
rough $6.15^6.30; pigs $5.50(96.75.
. Cat th; higher. Calves lower. Na
tive steers $5.5008.75; stockers and
feeders $3.5001)7.65; cows and heifers.
$?.5006.7:.; calves $7010.50.
tfheop higher. Sheep $6.6007.40
yearlings $7.3508.10; lambs $7.5009.
When costive or troubled with con
stipation take Chamberlain's Tablets.
They are eary to take and most agree
able in effect. Obtainable everywhere.
$150,000 ai Beit St. Louis.
EAST ST. LOUIS. 111.. Fob. 22.
FirBt early today did $150,000 damage j
In the East St. Louis business sec
tion. Two stores were destroyed, and
two office buildings partly burned.
An apartment house was burned but I
all iu contents escaped. Two theatres
were threatened but escaped damage.
The Cattle Siioghtered For The
Uly White i
may cet bc the greatest In number, but for QUALITY, there's uon0 better.
Oar perk sausage ls made only from home-killed pork which goes to make
their taste the same a? country sausage. Our service bas got to-be right In
every detail. My whole limo >i given to moats alone and I will at all times
see that you get lust what you want. We *xpect a largo shipment or Fish thia
week. Phone us about your fresh meat wonts.
The Lily White Market
J. N. lindsey, Propr.
Phone No. 694.
ROSTER OF GASES
ALL CASES HAVE SEEN SET
FOR TRIAL IN THE FIRST
MAY RUN OVER
Second Week Jurors Will be
Drawn for Fear Cases Will
Al a meeting of tli*- Anderson Uar
Association, held yesterday afternoon
;?i t o'clock, ut the courthouse, n-ros
ter of cases w.is arranged for the
spring term of the court of common
ph ?ts. convening lu re Monday March
s, with Judge Frank B. Gary, of the
eighth circuit, presiding.
While all eases have been sot for
trial du -ing the Hrs! .week of court,
il is quila probable Omi some of them
will be forced over to Hie second week
for trial. any roto, tho jury com
missioners will draw jurors for the
second week. - Those for tho first
week of court were drawn some daya
Probably tho most interesting cases
set for trial al tho approaching term
of court are those v liicji Judge J. S.
Fowler has brought against a num
ber of insurance companies which
carried lasuranco on his large garage
nu West Market street, which wna,
destroyed by lire several monthH ago.
AB will be recalled, tho arbitration
committee appointed to agree upon
the amount of the lons could never
reach a nett lenient. Judge Fowler
then brought cuit against the several
companies which carried insurance on
Following is tho roster of cases as
arranged by the bar association yes
IMonday, .March 8.
Summey versus Anderson county.
Fret well versuB Stribling.
Owen? versus Hurgeos.
Callahan versiiH McCurry.
Tuesday, March 0.
McAllister versus Tucker.
Cleveland versus Southern Public
Util Hies Co.
Wednesday, March 10.
Jenkins versus Telegraph Co.
Boyce versus C. & W. C. Railway
Fowler versus Globe Iftsurancc Co.
Thursday, March ll.
Fowler versus Georgia Home In
Fowler versus Phoenix Insurance
Fowler versus Commercial Union
Fowlor versus Phoenix Insurance
Friday* Mareh IS.
Peoples Grocery versus Breeden.
Lyon versus Hull.
Weller. Co. versus Callahan.
Clark versus Monroe.
Buggy Co. versus Monroe Banking
Peoples Grocery versus Major.
G. a GREENE ELECTED PRES
FOR JUDGE GARY
Entertainment Will be Given in
His Honor Following the
March Term Court
Thc annual meeting of tho Ander
son Bar asociation was hold yester
day afternoon at 4 o'clock. In the
courthouse, at which timo officers
wero elected for the ensuing year,
plaus laid for an entertainment to be
given Judge Frank B. Gary after the
adjournment of the March term of
civil court and business matters of
a routine nature transacted..
The new officers of the Bar Associa
G. B. Greene, president.
G. Cullin Sullivan, vice president.
Sam'l L. Prince, secretary and
The association decided to give an
entertainment In honor, of Judge
Frank B. Gary, who will preside at
the. spring term of tho court of com
mon pleas, which convenes here. Mon
day. March 8.
Just when the entertainment win
bo given and what the nature of it
will be, is not yet known. While tho,
court ls supposed tu be In session for
two weeks, all case* on the roster
have been set for trial during the first
week on the term . It ls highly prob
able, however, that somo of there
cases will be forced over to tte sec
ond week for trial. At any rato, the
jury commissioners will go ahead
and draw jurors for a second week
of court, so they will be available in
the event lt Is found necessary to go
into the second week. *
In summer the work of eliminating
poisons and acids from tho blood is
helped by perspiration. In cold weath
er, with little out door work or exer
Bpy> to cause sweating, the kidneys
have to do doable work- Foley Kid
ney Pills help overworked, weak and
diseased kidneys to filter and cast oat
of the blood the waste matter that
causes pains in side? or beck, rheu
matism, lumbago, stiffness of joints,
sore muscles and other ills resulting
from improper elimination.
* Items of Interest t ? Personal
* Wireless ? the Sb
Mr. Halley Brecaeato
In Serious Condition.
.Mr. Halley Itreaseale is p-forted lo
bo quito ill at hi? hom? ?mic six
miles ?outheust of the citjfr lt is
Btated that he is sulTerlng from heart
trouble and that there i- U1\H li un
easiness a? to his condition Hi*?
friends throughout tho county will re-j
gre! to h-arn of lits lllmsit ami hope
that he will ho ?pared t?r yet many
? - o
of Elberton Hm1.
M. H .landon. C. A. Arnold, George
Gaines. Thomas Brown ami Herbert
Kay werp members ot an automobile
party'of Klberton. Gu . spending Sun
day in the city. Those gentlemen
motored ovor in the fen noot took
dinner at Hotel Chhiuola and return
ed that afternoon to thc Georgia city.
The fair weather of ? ti?? nast few days
has dried out the country roads and
motoring is once a^ain possible.
Music Dally ul
Proprietor Hob Kin? o? the Hotel
Chhiuola is having orchestra music
in tho Jimtaj; room of this hostelry
every nay. l?o. has engaged tho Para
mount O.-chestray one of tho finest in
thin t-octlon of tho .country, to give
daily performances d?Khlg the dinner
hour. The music is groqtly enjoyed
by the guefts and has prtfved quite
a drawing card at this populali.hotel.
.Ins. ff. l'en r ni an \
Clerk of Court James X. Pearman.
who had been confined to his room
since an attack of illness several days
ago. was able to come up to his office
in thc courthouse yesterday afternoon
for a short while. Though he io able
to be out, Mr. Pearman is yet very
weak and showa tho cfTects of his ill
ness. He hopes to he able to return
to his duties within a short while.
LOKK by Fire.
Julian Calhoun, an independent fire
insurance adjuster, of Spartanburg,
was in the city yesterday for the pur
pose of settling the loss In the burn
ing of tho barn of Mr. John Snel
grovo, on his farm near Townvillc
Several weeks ago. .Mr. Snelgrovo
carried $500 insurance on the build
ing, and his brother. Mr. M. L. Snel
grovo. who operates the farm, carried
$r>00 insurance on tho contents of the
barn. Mr. Calhoun also took up tho
matter of adjusting the loss sustain
ed by Mr. John Tate in the burning of
his automobile several days ago.
Two Pendleton Hoys
Ship on Cattle SttMtn'cr.
Two Pendleton boys. Louie Sillon
and P. H. Sloan, Jr., sailed for Eng
land on a cattle steamer which went
to sea from Baitlmdro soughing Uko
a week ago, it was Btated herc yes
terday by a friend of the youn? men.
Friends of thc young men arc con
siderably interested in tho journey
which these rather adventrous spirits
hsTp uiuiFrtaken. anti are rather anx
iously/ awaiting news Of their safe ar
rival at Liverpool, the port for which
the cattle ship on which they shipped
Special Exercises a
At Schools .Monday.
Exercises appropriate to the occas
ion were held by all the grades of I
the city schools yesterday, which was |
tho anniversary of the birth of George
Washington. Though the schools
were not given holiday, class room
work was curtailed to an extent. The
exercises were thoroughly enjoyed
and showed that the pupils partici
pating liad taken much painB in pre
paration for the occasion.
-OJ." ? a
Cotton Receipt H
Are Still Off.
Statistics gather** from tho plat
form of tho standard Warehouse com
pany yesterday show that the receipts
of cotton for the current season, up
until Saturday night, were 16,812
bales. Receipts for -the 'correspond
ing sea so:, of last year were 19,541,
showing a deficit in this'season's re
ceipts, as compare*! 'With' tho same
period a year ago, aa 8,729 bales.
Blue Rid KC Oil lc cs
In New Station Now.
The general offices of the Blue
Ridge Railroad are now on the top
floor of tho new station on North
Main street.' The files, fixtures, etc.,
ot tho superintendent's office were
moved Saturday and yesterday the
work of moving equipment of other
offices was in progress. The passen
ger department of the new station
will not be ready for use before the I
latter part of this w?ek. Concrete
work on the elevator shaft is now be
ing finished up and'as econ as it has
dried out will be ready for use. By
nest Sunday, it is thought, Blue Ridge ]
tra?na will be using the new station.
Br. J. A. Hchennerfaorn
To Assist Here.
Br. J. A. Scnermerhorn, originally I
from New York. and. who spent come
tune here last November, will assist ]
Dr. Is rea Ison three days In the week.
Dr. Scherraerhorn. ia a skilled opt!-'
clan and friends he made during his
residence ber! last fall win be de
lighted to know that he'ls to return
to the city.
I How Mr. Barls Oat Hld of a Rad
"Some time ago I h*d a very bad
cough" writes Lewie T. Davis, Black
water, Del. "My brother McCabe
pavla gave me a email bottle of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. After
taking this I bought half a doxen bot
tles of it bot only used one of them ox
the cough left me and I hare not been
troubled since." Obtainable every
r SPARKLETS *
l Mention Caught Over the *
eets ol Anderson *
: ..? ? v .v. v. .v ir. at at v.
Large Ham Near
While on a Visit to thin city Mr. Alva
Agnew wus advised yesterday morn
ing of the huming of a large barn on
lils place near Donalds, which occured
Sunday night about 9 o'clock, A
large Quantity of feedstuff, including
200 bushels ot corn and several hun
dred bundles of fodder, was destroyed.
All thc live stock was gotten out of
the building. The barn and contents
were partly covered by insurance, j
Several weeks ago a fine pair of mules '
belonging to .Mr. Agnew died. Mr. and ,
Mrs. Agnew arrived here Saturday af
ternoon to visit Mrs. Agnew*? father.
Mr. John Robert Smith, on Katu Whit
The new cream route out of Ander
son was put into operation yesterday,
according to information given out
at Ute chamber of commerce. Tltc
driver of the wagon goes from here
over the William:.tun road to a point
near that town, where he cuts acros*
the country and returns by way of thc
Greenville road. A large number of
farmers along tho route have promis
ed to furnish cream and it ia expect
ed that a good business will ho done
on the route. Arrangements have al
so been made for collecting eggs
along thc way. The cream and eggs
are to be shipped from herc to Clem
Heath of .Hrh. King.
S \irec. Mary J. King, 28 years old,
diotT*">Sun(Ji,y morning at 9 o'clock ut
her rc&n'tftTtilP'i l?"? Q- Street, Brogon
Cotton MJirMlfig*?- She was the
wife of J. ir. N.BMfcaU"' funeral ser
vices and intermo^^^BWr^**ir
terday afternoon 'at 3:30 o'
Silver Brook Cemetery.
CUT THIS OUT NOW
If you don't want it today, you may
next week. Send this advertisement
and 5 cents to Foley & Co., Chicago,
111., wrltng your name and address
clearly. You receive in return three
trial packages-Foley's Honey and
Tar Compound for coughs, colds,
croup and grippe; Foley Kiduey
Pills, for weak or disordered kidneyi
or bladder; Foley Cathartic Tablets
a pleasant, wholesome and cleansing !
purgative, just the thing for winter's
sluggish bowels and torpid liver.
These well known standard remedios
for sal*? by Evans' Pharmacy.
I Ml lill j ?.l<?-r^?4--t-*??.|. 1,.^.-*^
Sam Jackson of Iva was among the
visitors in tho city yesterday.
A. P. Spence wiro travwls out o(
Anderson has gone to Lowell, N. C.
Tom Brown of liberton. Ga., was
among the, visitors in the city yester
Ci A. Best of New Bedford, Maas., a
jewelry drummer, was in tho city
Capt. H. H. WatkluB has gono to
New York on business.
Sam McCrary of 'Pendleton was
among the visitors in tho city yes
Mr. and Mrs. Graham Simpson ot
Pendleton was among the visitors in
tho city yesterday.
Reid McCrary of Pendleton was in
city yesterday sn business.
. M. Ellison or Williamston was in
tho city yesterday for a short while.
J.. E. and Joe Sullivan spent the
week-end in Wllllamston.
Mrs. M. L. Mouchet and Mrs. M. E.
Chapman wero shopping In tho city
Cadet David Weinberg ot Clemson
College spent Sunday in tho city.
MlBses Tabitha McFall .and Fannie
Forney returned yesterday to Win
throp College after a short visit in
the city. _
Cadets Gladstone Acker, J. C. Ham
lin and Percy Crayton of Clemson
College*, spent Sunday and Monday
in the city.
Mrs. Sol Boley of Athens, Ga., ls
visiting her parents. Mr. and. Mrs. O.
Gelsberg on South Main street.
Rai Used Chamberlain's Cough BC
?edy for 20 Years.
."Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has
been used ia my household for the
past twenty years. I began giving it
to my children when they were small.
As a quick relief for croup, whooping
cough, and ordinary colds. It ba;; no
equal. Being free from opium and
other harmful drugs, 1 nevar Zelt
afraid to.give it to the children. I
have recommended it to a large num
ber ot friends and neighbors, who
have used lt and speak highly oi iu"
writer Mrs. Mary Minke, ShortsvJl?e,
N. Y. Qbtofamblo .everywhere..
The Plain View Seed Corn Planter
U anything h mn un can be called perfect, here nt laut lt* the perfect
seed dropper. ? _
You can ?ce what you are doin-r every minute with the Plain.VIew
Hunier. Every need panne? un in plain sight and drops into the ?pout
right before your eyes.
Thc selection of each ?red is done by Nature's great law of gravitation. v
The hianting pinte forces thc? surplus seed to fall awuy by their own
weight. Only thc heed in thc little cups nre carried into the spout.
There is no brush or urtftirial cut off of any kind. There is nothing
anywhere that can bruise or injure the seed. With sound seed you can
a moment with the fingers only.
The direct hlinft drive ?usures smooth running. The mechanical con
struction is strong and himple. Thc working parts are well protected,
it is easy to change seed plates or distance gears. No tools needed-just
a moment with the lingers souls*.
To SEE the Flain-View Planter is to BELIEVE everything good of it
to CSE lt is to KNOW that it is unequalled In the variety und perfection
of its work amt In ease of adjustment and operation.
Sullivan Hardware Company
Anderson, S. C..
of Norfolk, Va.
Offers their goods to the trade who want the best.
One Anderson County farmer who nsed our
goods last year made a bale and a half of cotton per
We make a great line of goods, among them .
10- 2-2 .
7-5-5 ' Y,
16 per cent.
. . 8-4
Ask your dealer for these goods'.
D. S. Vandiv?r
Time For Hoking Belums Oat Feb.
mary 20th. ,
.Please take norco only ir? more
days time for r aras for personal
property will be out Respectively
oak all cities and towns and thc
country to please make effort io
make returns, otherwise yon are lia
ble to 00 per cent penalty. Board af
City of Anderson asks that returns be
made to Auditor at once.
February 6, 1015.
Reward 1B offered for information as
to the whereabouts, or leading to the
apprehension o? one Joseph B. Tny
l<v- who left homo about the Kith Of
h.-umaryv l>14. H? ls the son of F.
M. Taylor* ebot?t SO years ol'* .5 !-*
feet? tall, weight 130 pounds, elna*
shaved, bide eyes, light hair, small
lump on loge of left ear and walks
slightly pigeon toed. Was a farmer,
and would likely be on a farm now.
and was sober and industrious work
er. He lett a -vi fe and two small
children, who with hie parents are
anxious to hear from him. Write Mrs.
Joe. B. Taylor, Starr, 8. C. R. P. D. 1.
There aro a number of persons who
have been listed tor poll ta? by the
THE KIND OF
ALWAYS PLEASES .
' That ls the hind of work that
we do. the kind of work that is
sure to give satisfaction be
cause it 1? done Os it should'be.
We cmp:jy the most compe
tent work people that can be
employed and make use of the
very latest mcUic-Js . with re
sults that ni? fullVToJtlsfoctbry.
Don't put ' up wRh Inforior
work when you can lust as well
have work that is .entirely sat
isfactory at no greater cost.
. You'll never haye to complain
about laundry work if yon eend
your work to us.
?PHONE NO. 7.
school trustees ot the Anderson school
District Na 17, and the cjty of Ander
son, who have not paid yet. Pleane
call for poll tax when paying taxes,
and 4bus save yourselves-a penalty of
IS.OO. The time fer paying without
penalty will expire March int
Fob. 15.. 1016. . .'.