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128 W. Whicner St.
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Remodeled, cleaned, painted and
equipped with up-to-date fixture?,
Snort orders served quickly at nod*
J. E. DERRICK
* ELECTRIC CITY
* Items of Interest sued Personal
* Wireless on the Stn
WINTER D0UBLE8 WORK
In summor the work of eUminattng
poisons and acids from tho blood ls
helped by perspiration. In cold weath
er, with little out door work or exer
cise to cause sweating, the kidneys
hare to do double work. Foley Kid
ney Pills'help overworked, weak and
diseased kidneys to filter and cast out
of tho blood the waste matter that
causes pains in sides or back, rheu
matism, lumbago, stiffness of joints,
sore muscles and other ills resulting
from improper elimination.
Evans Pharmacy. .
A two year old Child bf the Toxaway
Mill village was severely burned yes
terday morning while playing near
fire under a washpot in the yard. The
child, whose name could not be learn
ed, was frightfully burned on the left
shoulder and arm and the front ot
lu body, The attending physician
stated that he does not think the in
juries will prove fatal.
Se!? 1er Case
Thc case against W. L. Seigler.
charged with reckless, dangerous end
careless driving of an automobile,
when he ran into a delivery wagon
being driven by young Chevil Tribblo
along South Main street Thursday
night, bas been continued until Mon
day. The case was set for trial in
recorder's court yesterday, but au tho
lad is yet confined to bis bed as a re
sult ot the injuries it was decided to
postpone trial bf the case until the
boy is out of danger. ...
the Last Day
We advance 22 ?rack&g: Good Eessosts Why
You Should Trade Here
There are m-any, m?iiy others scattered
throughout the store, equally as good as
these mentioned in this ad, but come and see
1500 yards new Frenc?\ Ginghams, value 10c, special for C _
this salo only.*****
Ladles.' Best Yet HOBO In lan and[ black, gausc lisle, value s |
15c, salo price._. ?lt
White Quilts. Marseille? patterns, value $1.2? ? AO
sale price.. ?*0C
White Embroidery, 18 inches wide, value 12 l-2c, ?
this salo . ... a*C
One lot Ladles' Fine Neckwear, value DOc, Ti CC*?
this salo. .
Lace Curtain Goods, 12 l-2c. values 7 g*
this sale .'. . .
Ladles* Kino Silk Petticoats, valua $2.00. ?-i fkg\
this sale..V ? ?vV
One lot Children's.Dresses, real value $1.00, SCIY*?
Ladles' Find White Shirt Waists, slightly Bolled, speclu} for f%V%-*%
this salo .y.?WV
New Uno Ladies' House Dresses Just received to go on sale Qa
at special price of... *yv
Colored Drapery Goods for Curtains, value 10c, special for *9
this sale. ? C
One lot Ladles* Belts for Middy Blouses,
this salo ....?*C
Ladles'Black Satine Petticoats, value 75c, ^fc?*%
this sal?. .?DC
ladles* House Dresses in eolid Cbambry . valJ* 75c,. CA
this sale.. . WC
Big Redactions on Ladies" and Men's'Shoes; and
0 Mad $3.50 00
Men'? Clothing Reduced For This Sale.
One tot Wen's Fine Sulla in Scree?, value $10.00, ?&Q.
this cale ... ...... ;.. ...... ii j .,.& * ?vO
*??????%?$? TUFT?, *?d ?T..$9&&
Ladies"- Fin*v ?Dougoh
$8.00, ibis sal* ..
Ladies* Fine Slipper
Ladlee' Oxfords and
this* ?aV -
Mantra. Canela Over tb? *
??ts of Anderson .
Hie physician who is attending
nevis Tribble. the lad who WSB In
red Thursday night on South Main
cet when an automobile crashed
[ito the rear of the delivery wagon
was driving, stated yesterday that
lad is rapidly recovering and will
|oon be able to bo out. Young Trib
le had a very narrow escape from
eath. and it ls a wonder that he was
ot injured more seriously than he
as. He is an especially deserving
ug fellow and has numbers of
fiends in the city who were grieved
learn of Ute mishap which befell
Jew Iee Cream
I'arlor For City.
The work of fitting up thc new Car
gton ice cream parlor is gotos for
rd apace. Yesterday the soda foun
carbonatar aad other fixtures
l/ere installed. The proprietor of thc
ew place purchased thc soda reun
ion and some of the fixtures ot the
efunct Lewis Drug? company. Dr.
lewis purchased the fountain when
was new. and as it had been In use
nly a few days when bis business
|iiled. The fountain is practically new.
ls expected that thc new Ice cream
larlor will bc ready for business on
harcli 1 or shortly thereafter.
>nly One Case
There was but one case- tried yes
rda>. In Ute recorder's court. Tire
?tendant in this Instance. Lee Davis,
|ras charged with stealing eggs of the
aiuc of "nts. Davis entered a
lea of ind was sentenced to
lay a flt. .10 or serve 15 days on
Redding Bells In
Mr. Samuel Clayton Evatt and Mrs.
Elnnle Ida Clark, both of Garvin
wnBhip. were happily married yes
rday by Judge of Probate Nichol
on, In his office in the courthouse
ls understood that the wedding was
omewhat spontaneous, that ls, the
ontracting parties had not planned
get married just when they did.
Vhen the couple had been issued the
ecessary license the groom stated to
|be probate Judge that he would like
have ceremony performed1 right
hen and there. Judge Nicholson ia
Iways willing to accommodate those
ho are desirous of embarking upon
he sea ot matrimony, and lt was with
leasure that he united these hearts.
Is Oat Again, s.
Mr. Charles E. Cobb wiro has been
onfined o his bed since the first part
f January was able to be ont yester
ay for the first time ?lnce ne was
?aken sick. Mr. Cobb suffered an at
?."k ot ofl'-elo'd. after which ho But
lered from sciatica. He was given a
loralai greeting by his numerous
friends ; who saw bim on tho streets
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Negro Witt Live.
Corouor Hardin stated yesterday
hat he bsd been Informed Hist thc
egro Hack Cowan, who , was shot
?ear Craytonville last Wednesday
lght by a pistol, the bullet striking
?dm squarely in the center of tho up
)or lip and lodging under his right
beek:. It was reported In the city,
md printed, in fact, that Cowan* Was
lilied instantly. The negro Callaham
now occupying a cell.lu the county
rf*tr to Buy
The "mule end horse trading com
littce" of city council is advertising
he fact that, they will met at the city
all next I'onday afternoon at
'clock for tho purpose of purchasing
pair of mules for tho city. Those
v-ho havo stock of this kind to sell
requested to bring it to the cl*y
1 at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon,
ext. Tho two mules to bo purchased
re- to take the place of a pair ot
ules the city has been using and
vhlch hzr*. been returned to tho own
Fnklng Bow? Ok?
Work of taking down something
ke 15 targe telephone jvolos on East
Vhitnor street, extending from the
ld exchange t?> Fant 'street, ls now
oder .wey, Tho. wires . which vere
ormorly stretched on these poles
been taken down and.put under
round. The racuoval of the tall pole?
rill make a *>vat improvement in ?ie
ie ral appearance Of the streets, to
r the lea'rt. The equipment of the
ld telephone exchange, which Was on
accord floor of Ole Webb balld
, bas bees, strtppea ana was ship
yestcrday to ?he Western Elec
1c Company., at Atlanta.
eetseat at Tee ?
Mr. J. V. Johnson, of 1025 West
Vhitner street, a machinist employed
' e plant nf Hie Anderson Machine
_ Foundry company, was injured
esterday wblle at wora in the foun
y. Mr. Johnson wss working at one
tao machines when the accident oc
rred. He was struck lu tho sido by
. flying piece of metal. Tho attend
us!, physician stated that he did not
cushier Mr. Johnson's injuries Ser
on* ..? '
M?-, Archie I... Todd. Ford automo
dlc dealer of Anderson, ls in receipt
>r Information ?uti a reward ot .?35
r>B lie -ssvert by an Atlanta concern
,>? information leading to Ote recov
Help the Stomach
Digest Your Food
When the stomach fails to digest
and distribute that which is eaten,
the bowels become clogged witta a
mass of waste and refuse that fer
ments and generates poisons that
are gradually forced Into the blood,
causing distress and often serious
Most people naturally object to
the drastic cathartic and purgative
aeats that shock the system*. A
ld. gentle laxative, po-ttive in its
effect and that will quickly relieve
constipation is Dr. Caldwell's Sy
rup Pepsin, sold by Druggists at
fifty cents and one dollar a bottle.
It does not gripe or cramp, but
ants easily and pleasantly and ls
therefore the most satlr'actorv
remedy for children, women and
elderly persons. Por a free trial
bottle write to Dr. W. B. Caldwell.
452 Washington St., Monticello,
sent Mr. Todd in tho following lan
Htolcn from 27 Exchange Place, At
lanta. Ga.. Wt-Jncsday, February 24,
1915. about 0 p. .n-., Ford roadster, 2
passenger, 4 cylinders, blsck all oyer,
1914 Model "T," Body No. G09161 on
steel plate screwed to dashboard;
Motor No. 543010 stamped on engine,
left hand side; to right side of dash
board is Stewart-Warner Speedometer
registering 3847 miles when stolen.
Johnson-Gewinner service No. 641 on
round plate near speedometer. Plate
twice the size of dollar Georgia
license Ko. ?044 for 1914 is screwed
to. dashboard near steering gear.
Licensed tag No. 3061 Ga., 1915 nailed
to rear ond of machine on right. Left
running board carried nickel Prest-O
Lite tank. Head lights gas, oil side
light, red oil tail light on rear to left.
Three inner tubes wrapped in brown
paper under seat, also several mon
key wrenches. Two Kell j-Springfield
tires, 30x3 1-3. smooth, on rear
wheels; left front wheel hus Congress
tire; right, United States tire, both
30x3, smooth; rear curtain was down
rectangle ploce of isinglass had
crease in. Halliday shock absorbers
on rear and front springs, front ab
sorbers each have dent about the alie
of nickel. _
BELTON, Feb. 26 -Orr Mattlson. a
colored man, employed by D. A. Geer,
was seriously hort this morning while
operating a shredder. Msttison's
right hand got caught in the cogs or
blades, of the Shredder and was lit
erally torn to threads, tearing off his
hand and fingers and lacerating th?
arm almost to the elbow. Drs. A. B.
Weatherebee and W\ C. Bowen were
summoned and amputated the arm at
thc elbow and Matti?>n is doing nice
ly. This negro ls stout 33 years old
and is liked by all the good white
peoplo of Belton ant1 tho accident is
very much regrette/: by the people
A. S. Fant, one of our popular fer
tilizer dealers, left this afternoon for
Norfolk, where jhe will spend several
Mrs. S. A. Briggs of Spartanburg,
who has been spending some time in
town the guest, of her daughter, Mrs.
Claude A. Graves, returned homo this
Mesdames R. A. Lewis and Walter
E. Geer are in Baltimore for a ten
The Bible class of the Methodist
church will meet Sunday morning at
10:13. Tho class ls lead by N. D. Tay
lor, ono of the best Sunday school
workers of tho town.
Uncle Fleet Cllnkacales, a Confed
erate soldier, but Btili a young man.
spent this afternoon in Belton and is
In the best of spirits. Mr. Cllnk
acales lives just beyond the city lim
it?, but he ls a live booster for Belton.
He ls one of the/biggest farmers in
Anderson county and at this timo has
over 1,000 bushels of corn iu his barn
which waa raised last year.
Preaching at the First Baptist
church tomorrow. (Sunday) morning
and evening-by WV H. Province bf
M;-e. J. T Wost will entertain the
meret'icrs of tho Royal Ambassadors
this evening al her home on Brown
avenue at -8 o'clock.
Mrs. L. D. Blake entertained a num
ber Ot friends most delightfully Thurs
day afternoon at rook. The detail of
Ulla pleasant affair will be given next
?reek. a ?fS
Mrs. Frank McMillan entertained at
? beautiful dinner OK Thursday, Feb
ruary lath, at hor home on Brown'ava-.
nue. Those enjoying Mrs. MatUson's
hospitality -?ere: Mesdames J. H. Mc
cue i. J. ir" Garrett, W. H. Cobb. Jr.,
A. V. campbell, C. F. Cox; O. K.
Poora, Wu O. Key. Harold Bra:-reale
and W. D. Cox. la the afternoon a
delightful game of rook was enjoy
Mre: J.C. Garrott had a few friends
.pend Thursday moat delightful!" with
ber. They were Mesdames Alice Geer,
Maude Culbreath and F. M. Cox'.
The ci*lc league, will not meet
Monday their regula? day for meet
ing, on account of the week of prayer
which begins that day of the Bap
tist church. Tba teagut- will meet
the following Monday. March 8th, at
fha libra rv at 4 o'clock.
Wo will give the first person who
guesses Ute real name of "Bill Snider4
a year's subscription to The Belton
Journal. Who will bo the winner?
Several pontons have -guessed and
we will receive many more before the
days are many. ,
Special Tax Bill he Beroke?.
MEXICO CITY, Feb, 26.-The
French minister waa advised officially
today that the: portion of tho special
lax ot 20.(HtO.OOO pesos levied by Gen
eral Obregon which applies t? foreign
ers will ho revoked. General Ohre
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MAY SPEAK IN GUY
EFFORT ON FOOT TO GET
NOTED GERMAN TO DE
LIVER ADDRESS HERE
Dr. Meyer-Gerhard HM Spoken
at Charleston and Augusta.
Is a Talented Man
A group of Andorson people who
aro doslrious of hearing Dr. Anlou |
Meyer-Gerhard, a German citizen of j
considerable note as a speaker and
student who ls making a tour of the
southern cities at this time, have writ
ten to the lecturer In the hopo of P**
ranging for him to come to Anderi.on
and deliver one of his lectures
Dr. Meyer-Gerhard has made n num
ber of addresses In Charleston, and
Thursday night spoke to a mass meet
ing of citizens ot Augusta In the thea
tre In that city. Yesterday he re
turned to Charleston.
A letter ha gbeen received here from
Mr. Albert Orth, editor of Ute Dnut
scho Zeitung, a German newspaper
published in Charleston. In reply to
a communication addressed him With
reference to securing Df. Meyer-Ger
hard for an address in Anderson. In
lils reply !??rr Orth states that there
ls absolutely nothing in Dr. Meyer
Gerhard's addresses that reflects in
thc 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
been trying to do ever since the war.
You will never find any appeals for
American assistance or Intervention.
All the Germans want lg fair play
and Ute dissemination of the truth in
thc matter. I hope you will be able
to secure Dr. Meyer-Gerhard, t tero
will be nothing In his address that
would reflect on our neutrality."
Special Program Today at the
Paramount for the Little
A^speclal program, for children will
be on at tho Paramount Theatre this
morning, opening at 10 o'clock ari
continuing until 1 o'clock this after
The plan of having a special pro
gram for children every Saturday
morning was started several weeks
ago. but waa called off oh several oc
casions because tho management
couldn't get the c?ans o? service ho
desired, lie wa? pleased to announce
yesterday, however, that ho had got
ten a program that suits him and that
will spit the children. pf the city.
The seme programs are to Se given
hero as are given In the celebratod
Mary Anderdon theatre Inti Louisville.
Tho program for today Ihch dos:
"Little Boy Blue." "Little .ules'
Verne," "Miss Cinderella," Vol.
Heeza, Explorer." and "UP1 ?road
Parents are urged to br?ng or send
their children to this sb'^w.
Bo You Fled Foul? With. Everybody 1
An irritable, faultfinding disposition
ls often duo to a disordered stomach.
A man with good digestion lo nearly
always good, natured. A great many
have been permanently benefited by
Chamberlain's Tablets after yeera of
suffering. These tablets strengthen
the stomach and enable lt to perform
ita tuncoona naturally. f btatnablc
Drug? Excite Your
Kidneys, Use Salt?
If your Back hurts or Bladder
bothers, bVmk lots of
. When your kidneys hurt and your
back feels sore, don't .get scared and
proceed to .load your stomach with a
lot of drugs that excite thc kidneys
and Irritate the enUre urinary tract
Keep your kidneys clean like yon
keep your bowels clean, by flushing
them with a mild, harmless ealts
which remover the body's urinous
waste and stimulates them to their
normal activity. The function of ?he
kidneys 1? to niter the blood. In 24
hours they strain from it 500 grains
of acid and waste, so we can readily
understand tit* vital Importance of
keeping the kidneys, active.
Drink lots of water-you can't drink
too much; also got from any pharma
cist about four ounces of Jad Salt?:
take a tablespoonful In a' glat-a pi
water before breakfast each morah,*
for a few days and your kidneys win
set fine. This fsinon s salts ls made
from the acid of grapes and lemon
iufce.' combined with Hthta, and has
been used for generations to clean
sud stimulate clogged kidneys; also
to neutralize the acids In urine so lt
no longer is a source of irritation,
thus ending bladder weakness:
Jad Salts is inexpensive; cannot
Injure; makes A delightful efferves
cent Uthla-ws'^r drink which every
one should take tiom and then to keep
their kidneys' clean and active. Try
this, also keep up Gie weter drinking,
sod no d&ibt yon will wonder winn
bc?f-.nv of your J. i linty .rouble ?ind
T?ke a Peep at
T. L. Cely Co/s
..We have John li. Stetson & Co.'s "Ensign," "Tarta,"
"Gem," and "Denmar" hats for young men.
TJiese hats are being worn NOW on
Broadway in little old New York, so we pre
sent then? here for your approval.
Give them the "once over."
Wisdom Demands a Bank Account
A bank a mount teaches, helps, and encourages you to save so as
to increas- your balance.
It also gives you the convenience of paying bills by check
the simplest and best method 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 mone;>.
We pay interest on deposits.
The Farmers and Merchants Bank
and j -
The Farmers Loan & Trust Co.
199 (-2 E. Whittier St. Anderson,
FILLING, CROWN *L JD BRIDGE SPECIALTY
EXPERT ON EXTRACTING
Either way, asleep or wide awake;
One of th? best in the State.
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CLEANS, PO L!SHES E VE RYTH INGL
PREVENTS R?JST EVERYWHERE
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The Plain View Seed Cora Planter
If sa yt* ls* ansian rea be called perfect, her* st last ls the perfect
Yon eau see what yen are doing every Kissie with the Plata-Vie*
Planter. Every seed parses np tn plain sight and drops late the Knout
right before your eye?.
The selection et each se?d is dene hy Xstore** grett law of gravitaitm?.
The slanting plate forces tb? surplus seed te fall ?way by their own
weight. Only the need ta the little caps are carried Into the ?pent
There ls fia brash er urtfftclsl cut off sf auy'Mnd. There f* nothing
anywhere that csa braille or ln)ure the seed. With sonad seed yon can
a moment with the Angers only.
Th ? direct shaft drive insure* smooth running. The mechanical eon.
struct lon ls strong and simple. The wt* king port^ ste wen protected.
It ls easy te change seed plates or distance m ar-*. -JOviwis needed- inst
a moment with the Angers Sonly.
Te SEK the Plata-Vlrw Planter is to BELIEVE everything good of K;
to USE lt ls to KXOW t?at lt Is unequalled ta the variety nnd perfection
of its werft and ta ease of adjustment asd operation.
Sullivan Hardware Company
?j Anderson, S. C. Belton, S. C.