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128 W. Whicner St.
(Baale old stand)
Remodeled, cleaned, painted and
equipped with up-to-date fixture*.
Ska rt or uer H served quickly at nod.
j. E. DERRICK
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f ELECTRIC cnn
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* Eterna ol Interest and Persona
* Wireless OB tibe St
WINTER. DOUBLES WORK
' l? summer the work of eliminating
poisons and acids from tho blood ls
helped by perspiration. In cold weath
er, with little oht door work or exer
cise to cause sweating, the kidneys
have to do double work. Foley Kid
ney Pills "help overworked, weak and
d**)ased kidneys to filter and cast out
ri tho blood thc waste matter that
causes pains in sides or back, rheu
matism, lumbago, stiffness of joints,
sore muscles and other ills resulting
from Improper elimination.
A two year old Child of the Toxaway
Mill village was severely burned yes
terday morning while playing near
fire under a washpot in thc yard. The
'. child, whose name could not be learn
ed, was frightfully burned on the left
shoulder and arm and the front of
its body. The attending' physician
stated that he does not think the In
juries will prove fatal.
The case against W. L. . Scig'.cr.
charged with reckless, dangerour and
careless driving of an automobile,
when he ran Into a delivery wagon
being driven by young Chevlfc Trlbblc
along South Main street Thursday
night, has been continued nntll Mon
day. Tho case was set for trial in
recorder's court yesterday, but as the
lad is yet confined to his bed ns a re
sult of the injuries it was decided to
postpone trial Of the case until tho
boy is out ot danger. _
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S AV I N O
the Last Day
We advance 22 Cracking Good Reasons Why
Yo? Should Trade Here
There are many, many others scattered
throughout the store, equally as good as
these mentioned in this ad, but come and see
1500 yards new French Ginghams, value 10c, special for C
this sale Only... ...
Ladies* Best Yet Hose Indian and black, gauze Halo,-,value 11
16c., sale price.??.. . . A * C
White Quilts, Marseilles patterns, value $1.25
sale price. . vOC
White Embroidery. IS Inches wide, value 12 l-2c, Q_
this salo.. e7C
One lot Ladies' Fine Neckwear, value 50c,
this sale i. "OC
Lace Curtain Goods, 12 l-2c. values m
this salo. # C>
Ladles' Fine Silk Petticoats, value $2.00. ??? fkt\
this salo. .?W
One lot Children's.Dresses, real vaine $1.00, 8%?*I#?
Ladles' Fine White Shirt Waists, slightly a..led, special for <f* G
this sole v.?OC
New line Ladies' Hous? Dresses just received to go on sale Qfi*?
nt special price of.wOv
Colored Drapory Goods for Curtains, value 10c, special for ff
this sale. . C
One lot Ladies' Belts for Middy Blouses, g*
Ladles' Black Satine Petticoats, value 75c, ^feC?
Ladles' House Dresses in pr lld Chambry, value 76c, . Cfk -
this sale. .wUC
Big Redrttlioss es Ladies' and Men's Shoes and
Ladies' Fifct Dongo?a Slippers in button-add lace, value Al crt?
fS.OO. Ulla sale.H>.* ???V,
Ladias' Fine Slippers .In all leathers, value $2.&o; f\g\
Ladies' Oxfords aitd Bhby trolls in patent gun metal ?fe?'-ONQ
end vici kid value $3 00, this salo ..?P?5J??#?7
Men'? Clothing Reduced For Tim Sale
One H* Keri's Flor Suits in Series, value $10.00. ?*9 ft?
tais solo ... .,.#<W
One lot Men's. Fine Suits in fancy worsteds and blue #A AO
serges, value* vp to $15.00 th?s .-?le. . **i?O
Dove* Fin,, Norfolk Snits in blue serges and worsteds. Q>A AD
value $6.50 and tTJWV'thls Aile. ?P*T?*70
"W-hara-Son Pa* ILVM2L
1 Mention Caught Over the *
roots of Anderson *
The physician who is attending
Chevis Tribble, the lad who was In
jured Thursday night on South Main
street when an automobile crashed
Into the rear ot the delivery wagon
he was driving-, stated yesterday that j
the lad is rapidly recovering and willi
soon be able to be out. Young Trib
ble had a very narrow escape from
death, and it is a wonder that be was
not injured more seriously than he
was?. He is an especially deserving
young fellow and has numbers ot
friends in the city who were grieved!
to learn of the mishap which befell
New lee Crease
Parlor For City. ?
The work of fitting up the new Car- S
rington ice cream, parlor is going for
ward apace. Yesterday the soda foun
tam, carbonator aad other fixtures ,J
were installed. The proprietor of the P
new place purchased the soda foun- .*
tain and some of the fixtures of the *
defunct Lewis Drug) company. Dr. Rl
Lewis purchased the fountain when 1(
lt was new, and aa lt had been in use *>
only a few days wben bis business r'
'ailed. The fountain ls practically new. J'
It is expected that the new ice cream n
parlor will be ready for business on 11
March 1 or shortly thereafter. H
Only One Case \\
Before Recorder. n
There was but one case, tried yes- ^
terday in the recorder's court. The ]?
iefendant In this instance, Lee Davis, ,r
was charged with stealing eggs of the
value ot 15 cents. Davis entered a
plea cf guilty and was sentenced to tJ
pay a fine of $10 or serve 15 days on y
he cha I uga n g. jj
nodding Bells Ia rt
The Courthouse. ci
Mr. Samuel Clayton , . 't and Mrs. ot
Minnie Ida Clark, bot of Garvin st
ownshlp, were happily married yes- ol
erday by Judge of Probate Nichol- -
son, in his office In the courthouse.
!t ls understood tbat tho wedding was
iomewhat spontaneous, that ls, the
contracting parties had not planned
o get married just when they did.
When Bte couple bad been issued the
leccssary license the groom stated to
be probate judge that he tr'puld Uko
Bo" have ceremony performed right
hen and there. Judge Nicholson is
il way ti willing to accommodate those
vito are desirous of embarking upon _.
he sea of matrimony, and it was with b|
pleasure that he united these hearts. cj
'harlen Cobb a,
Is Oat Again, v ? w
Mr. Charles E. Cobb wiro bas been 8,
confined to his bed since the first part tb
ti January was able to be out yester- ly
lay for the first time since he, waa ai
aken sick. Mr. Cobb suffered ah at- p(
aCk of car cl o Id, af tor which he suf- vt
ered from sciatica. Ho was given a ?<
orrtial greeting by his numerous
rienda who saw him on tho streets tl
eBterday. j Ni
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Negro Will Live. w
Coroner Hardin stated yesterday to
hat he had been informed that the ci
legro Hack Cowan, who .was shot at
lear Craytonvllle last ' Wednesday
light by a pistol, the bullet striking E
dm.squarely in thc center of the up- dj
)or Up Und lodging under his right
heck. It was reported In the city, Cl
nd printed, in fact, that Cowan was ic
.Hied Instantly. The negro Gallanani \Q
s now occupying a cell.tn the county w,
a?. . ..
Hy te Bay tl
Two Mules. in
The "mule and horse trading com- ?c
littoe" ot city council ls advertising itt
tie fact that they will met at the city H<
UH next . Monday afternoon at 2 A;
'clock for tho purpose of purchasing ov
pair of mules for tho city. Those w?
rho havo stock pf this kind to sell
ro requested to bring lt to the city cb
all at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon, an
ext Tho two mules to be purchased j Fi
rc to take th?, place of a pair of
tules: the city has been using and' ra*
liich have been returned to the own- tn
r. _ av
toking l?o wa 0ld? be
Telephone Peles. da
Work of taking down something tb
.?>15 largo telephone poles on East wc
nltner street, extending from the
td exchange to Pant street, is MOW A
ader way. The wires which were -ru
innerly stretched on these polea nu
ST? been taken dow?, and put under ho
round. The removal of the tall pohjs ca
ill make a great improvement in tic A.
moral appearance of tba streets, to p0
iy the least. Tho equipment of '.h? an
d telephone exchange, which was on del
ie second floor of the Webb build- ed
g. has been stripped and was shlp
5d yesterday to the Western Else- sp
HS[Company., itt Atlanta. hs
crideat at The. . . \ ?'
Foundry Vesterday. Mc
Mr. J. V. Johnson, of I02S West hu
hltncr street, a machinlrt employed wb
tho plant of tbe Anderson Machine tis
id Foundry company, waa injured th?
saterday while at work tn the foun- tb?
y. Mr. Johnson wa? working at one j i
' the mach inc? when the accident ec- gu
irred. He Waa struck in the.side by a
flying piece of metal The attend- j0i
g. physician stated that be did not 8<v
?sider Mr. Johnson's injuries ser- we
us. * da
Was Stolen. -,
Mr. Archie L..Todd. Ferd ?uteino- yrt
! .nnatS Aba?T re w *" *7a
r Informs; . li iU'?j fur. rrcov-i*^
Help the Stomach
Digest Your Food
When the stomach falls to digest
and distribute that which is eaten,
the bowels become clogged with s
msss ot wests and refuse that fer
ments end generates poisons that
are gradually forced Into the blood,
causing distress and often serious
Most people naturally object to
the drastic cathartic and purgative
agents that shock the system*. A
mild, gentle laxative, positive tn its
effect and that will quickly relieve
constipation ls Dr. Caldwell's Sy
rup Pepsin, sold by Druggists at
fifty cents and one dollar a bottle.
It <*ocs act gripe or cramp, but
act? easily *.u* pleasantly and is
therefore thc most sattffactory
remedy for child rei.. women and
elderly persons. Po;- a free trial
bottle write ?c Dr. W. B. Caldwell,
452 Washington St., Monticello,
ent Mr. Todd in tho following lan
Stolen from 27 Exchange Place, At
inta, Os., Wednesday, February 24.
915, about 9 p. ni:, Ford roadster, 2
assenger, 4 cylinders, black all over,
914 Model "T," Body No. 509151 on
teel plate screwed to dashboard;
lotor No. 543010 stamped on engine,
?ft band side; to right side of uash
oard ia Stewart-Warner Speedometer
eglst-'ring 3847 milos when stolen.
ohnson-Gewinner service No. 641 on
aund plate near speedometer. Plate
vice the site of dollar Georgia
cense No. 6014 for 1914 is screwed
>. dashboard near steering gear,
icensed tag No. 3061 Ga., 1915 nailed
i rear end of machine on right. Left
inning board carried nickel Brest-O
ito tank. Head lights gas, oil side
ght, rod oil tail light on rear to left,
hree Inner tubes wrapped in brown
aper under seat, also several mon
ey wrenches. Two Kelly-8pringfleld
res, 80x3 1-3, smooth, oh rear
heels; left front wheel lias-Congress
re; right, United States tire, both
)x3, smooth; rear curtain was down
xtangle piece of isinglass had a
reaae in. Halliday shock absorbers
a rear and front springs, front ah
>rbers each have dent about the size
t nickel. ? . -
BELTON. Feb. 26.-Orr Mattlson. a
ilored man, employed by D. A. Geer,
as seriously hurt this morning while
Iterating a shreddar. Mattison's
ght ha-'? got caught In the cogs or
lades, of the Shreddar and was lit
any torn to threads, tearing "* his
and and fingers and lacerating th?.
rm almost to the elbow. Drs. A. B.
'eathersbee and W- C. Bowen were
muuoned and amputated the arm at
ie elbow and Mattlson is doing nice
-.'.'?"This negroes about 35 years old
ld 4a liked by all the good white
joplo of Belton and tho accident is
sr; much regretted by the people
A. S. Fant, ono of our popular for
llser dealers, lett this afternoon for
orfolk, where Jie will spend several
Mrs. S. A iJriggs or spartanburg,
ho has been spending some time in
>wn the guest of her daughter, Mrs.
laude A. Orares, returned homo this
Mesdames Fi. A. Lewis and Walter
. Geer are In Baltimore for a ten
Tho Bible clasR of the Methodist
torch will moot Sunday morning at
*:15. Tho class ls lead by N. D. Tny
r, one of the -best Sunday school
orkcrs of the town.
Uncle Fleet Cllnkscalc^, a Confed
ato soldier, but still a young man,
?nt this afternoon in Belton and is |
the best of spirits. Mr. Clink
ales lires just beyond the city Hm-1
i, but he ls a live booster for Belton.
o is one or the /biggest farmer? in
idorson county und at this time has j
or 1,000 bushels of corn In MB barn |
Idch was raised last year.
Preaching ot the First Baptist!
urch tomorrow, (Sunday) morning '
d evening by W% H. Province or j
Mrs. J. T. West will entertain the
smbera ot the Boyal Ambassadors
ls evening at her home on Brown
enue at 3 o'clock.
Mrs. L. D. Blake entertained a num
r of friends mest delightfully Thurs
y afternoon at rook. The detail of I
Is^pleasant affair will be given next
Mrs. Flank .McMillan entertained at
beautiful dinner on Thursday, Feh
ary 18th, at her home on Brown'sve
e. Those enjoying Mrs. MatthvuTs
spltallty were: Mesdames J. H. Me
en, J. C. Garrett, W. H. Cobb, Jr.,
W. Campbell, C. F. Cox. O. K.
ore, W. O. Kay, Harold~Lreszoalo
d W. D. Cox. in Gie afternoon
Ugh t f ul game of rook was enjoy
are. J. C. Garrett had a few friends
?ad Thursday most delightfully with
r. They were Mesdames AHco Geer,
iuds C ul breath and F. M. Cox.
rho elsie lea gua will not meet
>ndsy their regula? day fbr tneet
t, on account of the week of prayer
itch begins that day of Ute Bap*
t church. The teague will meet
> following Monday, March 8th, st
> library st 4 o'clock.
WO will give the first person who
esses the rest name of "Bill Snider"
Mars subscription to The Belton
arnal. Who will bo the winner?
re ral perseas have. -guessed and
will receive many Tioro before the
ys are many. .
special Tex W?1 be Beroked.
dEXIC? CITY, Feb. 26.-The
?neb minister was advised offlr'ally
lay th?.; the portion of th? special
: of 29,000 OOO- pesos levied by Gan
tt ObreWwiHei applies to foreign
s will be nVrofced. General Oh;.
i's decree stated Oils money was td
\.s<n% for the relief of the poor.
MAY SPEAK IN GUY
EFFORT ON FOOT TO GET
NOTED GERMAN TO DE
LIVER ADDRESS HERE
Dr. Meyer-Gerhard Has Spoken
at Charleston and Augusta.
ls a Talented Man
A group of Anderson people who j
ore-' dcslrlous of hearing Dr. Anton
Meyer-Gerhard, u German citizen of
considerable note as a speaker and
student who is making a tour of the
southern cities at this time, have writ
ten to the lecturer In the hop*> of ar
ranging for him to come to Anderson
and deliver one of his Indures
Dr. Meyor-Gerhsrd has made a num
ber of addresses in Charleston, and
Thursday night spoke te a mass meet
ing of citizens of Augusta In the-thea
tre In that city. Yesterday he re
turned to Charleston.
A letter ha sheen received here from
Mr. Albert Orth, editor of tho Dont
scho Zeitung, a German newspaper
published in Charleston, in reply to
a communication addressed him With
reference to securing Dr. Meyer-Ger
hard for an address In Anderson. In
hls.re^ly Herr Orth states that there
is absolutely nothing in Dr. Meyer
Gerhard's addresses that reflects In
the slightest degree on any one's neu
trality. Continuing the letter says:
"In carrying out the neutral ideas,
your organization is exactly doing
what the whole German press has
beca trying to do ever since the war.
You will never find any appeals for
American assistance or intervention.
All ti\9 Germans want is fair play
and the dissemination ot the truth lu
th--- matter. I hopo you will bc able
to secure Dr. Meyer-Gerhard, thero
will be nothing in lils address that
would reflect on our neutrality."
Special Program Today at the
Paramount for the Little
A special program, for children will
be on at tho Paramount Theatre this
morning, opening at 10 o'clock and
continuing until 1 o'clock this after
Tho plan of having a special pro
gram- for children every Saturday
morning was started several weeks
ago, hut was called off on several oc
casions because the mansgement
couldn't get the class of service he
desired. He was pleased to announce
yesterday, however, that he had got
ten a program that suits him and that
will suit the children pf the city. 1
Thc same programs are to be given
herc as arc given in the celebrated
Mary Anderson theatre Inf Louisville.
Thc program for today Ibcludos*:
"Little Boy Blue," "Little Jules'
Verne." "Miss Cinderella," "Col.
Heezn, Explorer." and "Railroad
Parents aro urged .to bring or Send
their children to this show.
Do You Find Fault IT Ith Everybody!
An irritable, faultfinding disposition
is often duo to a disordered stomach.
A man with good digestion ia nearly
always good natured. A great many
have been permanently benefited by
Chamberlain's Tablets after years ot
suffering. These tablets strengthen
the stomach and enable lt to ie rf o rm
its functions naturally. fbuinable
Drugs Excite Your
Kidneys, Use Salts
If your Back hurta or Bladder
bothers, drink lota of
When your kidneys hurt and your
back feels sore, don't .get scared and
proceed to load your stomach' with a
lot cf drugs that excite tito kidney?
and irritate the entire urinary' tract.
Keep your kidneys clean like yon
seep your bowels ciean. by flushing
them willi a mild, harmless salts
which removes the body's Urinons
waste sad stimulates them to their
normal activity. The function of tbs
kidneys te to niter the blood. In 24
lours Uiey strain from lt 600 grains
>f acid and waste, so we can readily
understand th* vital importance ot
keeping tho kidneys, active.
Drink lots of water-you can't drink
loo much: also get from any pharms*
ilst about four ounces ot Jad Balts:
lake a tablespoonful In a ' glass ol
eater before breakfast each morning
'or a few days and your kidneys will
ict linc. This famous salts is made
from the acid of grapes. and lemon
lulec,' rombined with iiUila, and has
jeen used for generations to clouu
md stimulate clogged kidneys; also
o neutralize the acids in urine so.it
to longer ls a sotir?> ct irritation,
hus ending bladder weakness.
Jad Salts is Inexpensive: cannot
njure; makes a delightful effcrves
jenf lilbia-watar drink which every
mc should take now and toen to keep
Iieir kidneys*-ciean and active. Try
his. also keep up the water drinking,
ind nu dShbt you wi.l wonder what
>ecem> of your, ?kidney l mottle oxnl
Take a Peep at
T. L. Cely Co/s
..Wc have John B, Stetson & Co.'s "Ensign," "Tarto/'
"Gem," and "Denmar" hats for young men.
TJiese hals are being worn NOW on
Broadway in little old New York, so we pre
sent them? here for your approval.
Give them the "once over."
Wisdom Demands a Bank Account
A bank account teaches, helps, and encourages you to save so as
to increase your balance.
It also gives you the convenience of paying bills by check
thc simplest and bestmethod as well as the safest, as your checks be
comes the receipt for the debt it pays.
We offer you absolute security and the most convenient system
of handling your rooney*
We pay interest on deposits.
The Farmers and Merchants Bank
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The Farmers Loan & Trust Co.
199 1-2 E. Whitner St. Anderson, $. C.
FILLING, CROWN AND BRIDGE SPECIALTY
EXPERT ON EXTRACTING
Either way, asleep or wide awake;
One of the best in tho State.
The Plain View Seed Corn Planter
If northing kunian raa be called perfect, her? at last la tb? perfect
Yon tm see abai yen are dalas; every ninnie *wfcn Ibe rtata-Vtew
Planter. Every need pathes up In plain eight and drops tnt? the spout
right before your eye?.
The f elecUou vf cash sc* I? done by Rature*? great law of grai (tallon.
The slanting piste force? i.tc surplus seed to fall away by their ewa
weight. Only the seed In the little caps are carried int? the ?pout.
There hi ne bruah er artfirial cut ell of any* kind. There 1? nothing
anywhere that ran bruise er Injnre the- seed. With sound seed you can
? m?nent with the fingers only.
The direct shaft drive Insures ?mooth ranufog. The mechanical eau
nt reef Ion ls (drong and simple. The working paris are weil protected,
It Is easy ts change ?rea plate* or distance gears. So toals needed--Jost
a s* ?neat with th? fiager* sonly.
To SK? the Plain-View Halter ls to BELIEVE ererythJuig- good of IL
to I HE it ie co KNOW that tt I? unequalled In the variety and perfarUou
of lt? work and Ju este of adjuKiment and op?rai tau. |
Sullivan Hardware Company
Andwsoa, S C. Belton" S. C.