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At all times we are work
ing for the interest of our
patrons as well as ourselves
-we offer you only what
we would like to be offered,
GOOD CLEAN MER
CHANDISE at prices reas
onable enough for you to
' make a purchase.
TODAY we have a treat
in store for the ladies, the
new styles we opened this
week look better than any
we have ever had before,
and we have marked them
within your reach.
For instance, we. are
! showing two pumps, the
newest cut Colonial and lat
est heel, worth $5.So for
Four pumps, one a dull
leather, "one a vici, one a
gun metal and the c'her a
patent, we have alwaysSold
for $4, but this season
they'll go for $3.50.
Baby dolls. Beyqnd a
.doubt we are showing the
rarest selection of these yet
to 'be found. The patent
leather with a one inch ?Teel
for $2 can'f' be touched.
Two others for $2. So in gun
metal and patent bather
have the best shaped toe
ever tried on and the one
for $3.50 is the most perfect
fitting slipper of them all.
"Ladies, we'B ex
lieder Masonic Templ?
"Shoes That Satisfy"
Mr. Barnes of New Yode Will Be
Shown Today at The An
A six reel Vitagraph. "Mr. Barnes
of New York," will be tbe attraction
at The Anderson today. Thin splen
did play features Maurice Costello,
one of the best known figures in mov
ing pictures, and Mary Charleston.
The sanderson orchestra is daily
proving one of the best drawing cards
of this popular playhouse. At yes.
terday.'g performances thc orchestra
seemed' to be in extra tine form.
That their playing was deeply appre
ciated was shown by the fact that
they were compelled to ens wer a
number of enchores.
At Paramount Theatre Today for
All Children-A Fine
Manager P. M. Burnett of the
Paramount theatre announced yester
day that all children of the city,
whether school children or not, will
be admitted to the Paramount theatre
today between the hours of 10 o'clock
a. m. ?nd 1 o'clock p. m.
The following reels will be shown:
"The Fairies' Hallow'en," "An Ani
mated Armchair," "Magician With
Sculpture Work," "Hie Cinderella
Girls," ."Kingdom of Flowers,". "Alad
din and His Lamp and the Charmer."
New Motion Picture House Will
Be Opened Early Next
Manager C. H. Bleich of The An
derson theatre announced yesterday
that hts newest picture house, "The
darrick" will be opened next Tuesday
or Wednesday. Several days ago he
purchased "The Bijou, on South Main
street, and since then the plar ? has
been undergoing general r.i-airing
The theatre building is being re
panted Inside afld out, and when com
pleted will prove to be one of the
most attractive places ot the kind
in the city. Good music and an ex
cellent .line of pictures will be offer
ed patrons of this place.
In "Wnd Flower*? nt Tne Anderson
( Next -Mondiv Will Be (iieat At
Llllion Russell, in "Wild Flower," is
the stellar attraction which The An
derson theatre will offer Its patrons
next Monday. Manager Bleich be
lieves that this will prove a great
drawing card, an'd is expecting large
audiences at both afternoon and ?ven
TICKETS GOING FAST
Indications Are Standing Room Will
Be at Premium For Honey Boy
Ticket* for Honey Boy Emna Min.
strels, wnich will be the attraction at
The Anderson next' Tuesday evening,
are selling fast, and those who have
not procured their seats should do so
at the earliest possible moment, de
clared Manager C H. Bleich yester
Mr. Bleich states that orders for
tickets will be taken by telephone,
and the tickets laid aside ? until the
customer desires to cal! for them.
The telephone number of the theatre
Indications are that standing room
will be at a premium when the cur
tain goes up next Tuesday night on
Honey.Boy Evans and his trouble of
PLAY AT CLEMSON
Local Talent W?1 Present "A Day
at a Union Station-Nearly
SO m Cast
CLEMSON COLLEGE, March 5.
There ls unusual interest In the
play to bc given Saturday night,
Marchs, in the college chapel by the
theatrical cluban organization com
posed entirely of local talent. "A Boy
at tbs Union Station1," is the title of
tbs comedy; Nearly half a hundred
are in the cast, and those who have
had the pleasure of seeing tbe re
hearsal, say that each ons seems es
pecially titted for the part that bas
been assigned. There will be a num
ber of striking characters well deptot
? ad, and an evening of fun ls assured
for all. The proceeds are to go to the
Y. M. C. A. building fund and to
the U. D. 0, Chapter.
A 8p*?ifie Agnlst Coldn.
"If there is such a thing ns a ape
clrfc against colds, lt ts to ba found in
tbe sleeping porch or thc open bed
room. Next to that comes the' cold
Spenge beta In Ute morning,** says tts
Youth's Companion. Be as careful as
you cato you will occasionally take
cold and when .you do you will fiad
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy; a great
help In enabling you to get ri? of it.
* ELECTRIC CIT
* Items of Interest ?nd Person
* Wireless oa the S
New Cells For
The new steel cells for the addition
to the city guard house have arrived
and yesterday were hauled to' the
police station and unloaded. The cells,
come "knocked down," and at an earl;
date thu work of placing them in the
new guard house and riveting them
together will be started. Some time
ago the police committee of city coun
cil realised the need of addition guard
house space, and were authorized by
city council to convert a part of the
city hall, used by a buggy abed for the
chief of police, into an addition for
the guard house. The place clean
ed out, a cement floor placed in it
and sewerage facilities provided.
There are four of the new cell?, three
for men and one for women. This new
section of the guard house will be
used for the incarceration of white
Mrs. C. W. Hendrick, of Baltimore,
has been in Anderson for several dayB
consulting records iVTfie offices of the
probate judge and the clerk of court.
Mrs. Hendrick desires to secure all
the information possible with refer
ence to the devoluti-onary history of
the Land and Herring or Herron fam
ilies and thc descendants of Joseph
Land. William Herring or Herron and
Stephen Herron or Herring/ Mrs.
Hendrick ls an authoress ami is gath
ering material for a book . Anyone In
this section who can furnish Mrs.
Hendrick with information as to these
families will confer a favor on her.
Her address is "Albion Hotel, Cathed
ral street, Baltimore. Md."
Clyde Devlin Gave
$500 Cash Ball.
Clyde Devlin, the young negro who
was bound over to the court of gen
eral session after a preliminary
Thursday bet?re Magistrate Geiger on
charges of having assaulted Frank
Divver a week ago today, yesterday
morning gare cash bond in the sum
of $500. and was released.
School Trustees. J?
The regular monthly meeting yes
terday of the board of trustees of the
city schools was held in the office of
Superintendent E. C. McCants. Mat
ters of a routine nature only were be
fore the board, lt was stated. . Tho
trustees were guests of the eleventh
grade of the high school at an elegant
clx-course dinner served yesterday.
Lead Sold. .
Mrs. Sue A. Seybt has sold Mr. J. S.
McFall three tracts of land, aggregat
ing 56.45 acres, for the sum of $4,000.
The tracts adjoin the home place on
Hock River. It had been reporten on
the streets that the home place had
been sold, but this was erroneous.
Death at The
Mrs. Polly" Coker, wife of V. J.
Coker, died at her home, 40 D. street,
Anderson .Mille village, at 10 o'clock
Thursday night. The funeral services
will be held this afternoon and inter
ment will be at Silver Brook tVmetery.
Mrs. Coker was 37 years of age.
The annual inspection of the Pal
metto Rifles, the local company of the
National Guard of South Carolina,
will be held next Thursday afternoon
a* S\o'clock on the square. The in
spection will be conducted by Adj.
Gen. W. W. Moore and an officer ot
the United Stages army. Apropos of
this inspection, the riflemen are get
ting in some hard practice jost now.
Capt. L. L. Lig?n stated yesterday that
he hopes to have 65 men in uniform
at the inspection Thursday afternoon.
There are 66 men on the company
Brother of Mrs.
E. W. Brown Dead.
Mrs. E. \V. Brown and her sister,
Miss Carrie Salley, of Orangeburg,
who waa Visiting her, were called to
Orahgeburg yesterday on account of
the death of their brother Mr. George
S. Salley, . _ ?
Cole's Universa! Guan?
Beware of imitations; no?
THE COLE MFG. CO,
the Force Feed blades have o
ment for the hes* resolts. The?
I? controlled by % lever fa easy i
is behind the Hopper and Ss pre*?
s in shipment er use In the Bel??
The Gauge is ponKJve and acci
diatriba ts any quantity fr?M 60 io
It ts a strong, accurate and ti
nany jaar? ead give ye? coartar
i -aaiene*" '. - Delft
Y SPARKLETS *
al Mention Caught Over the *
treat? of Andersen ?
IK Under Armit.
Eilis Hoghes, of Hones Path, who
shot sod killed Arthur Williams, near
Donalds last Saturday night, as a
member of a posse organized by
Sheriff J. M. H. Ashley for the arrest
of the negro, and who was exonerated
by the coroner's JAry which held an
inquest over the negro's body, has
been" arrested and lodged in the Ab
beville County jail. This action was
taken at the suggestion of Solicitor
Robert A. Cooper, and is intended as
a matter of form moro than anything
else. The South Carolina laws do not
permit coroner's juries to exonerate
a man who kills another, but the per
son must go through the form of a
trial. Mr. Q. B. Greene, of the Arm of
Greene, Martin and Earle, went to
Greenwood yesterday to appear bet?re
Special Judge Eerneet Moore In a mo
tion for ball foV Hughes. Bail was
allowed in the sum of $1,000.
Dr. Rufus A. Child0""
Died at Hcndersonvllle.
A large numberof Anderson peo
ple remember the Rev. H. A. Child,
formerly a resident of this city, and
they will be grieved to learn of his
death which occurred at Henderson
ville Wednesday afternoon. He was
a native of Greenwood County, and
graduated in law. After practicing a
while at Pickens he entered the Meth
odist ministry, and later was made
presiding e'der of the Greenville) dis
trict, with headquarter at Anderson.
He lived here during the years of 1903
Yesterday proved one of the most
disagreeable days that has been ex
perienced in these parts in weeks.
Hain, driven by a cold north wind, be
Kan falling Thursday night and con
tinued through most of Friday. About
1 o'clock yesterday afternoon. - there
was a particularly heavy shower,
which was accompanied by consider
able hail. Last evening the sun set
clear and there waa a slight rise in
W. J. Hliealy Hah
Friends in Anderson city'and coun
ty of W. J. Shealy, formerly agricul
tural Held agent for the Southern
Railroad, with headquarters in Grcn
' ville, will be pleased to learn that he
hos been promoted and transferred to
Macon, Ca. He attended a number of
farmers' meetings in 'this city and
county, and was well liked by all who
Y. M. C. A. Directors
Postpone Meeting. ,
The annual meeting of the Ander
; eon Young Men's Christian Associa
tion directors, which was to have been
held last night, has been postponed.
This action was necessary because of
the absence from the. city of several
\ne?"b?ir if l\e board. The date for
\ the holding of the meeting hap not yet
(jame March 27.
The chamber of commerce rt eel ved
yesterday a letter from Advertising
Manager P. C. Crayton of the Clemson
College "Tigers" sating that the an
nual Ciemson-Furman baseball game
will be played here on March 27. This
will be on Saturday afternoon, and
! doubtless the attendance at the game
< will be large. It is un. rstood that
I the game will bo played at Buena Vis .
j ta park. ,
Two Negroes Are
Heat np to Court.
Before United States Commissioner
Early yesterday preliminary hearings
were given Will and Irving Wllliford,
colored, on charges of manufacturing
whiskey. The negroes were bound
over for trial in the United States
court, which convenes at Greenville
on the third Tuesday in April. Bond
In the sum of $300 each was fixed. Will
Williford waa able to furnish bis
bond, but the other '"??fendant was re
manded to the county jail. A pre
liminary hearing was to have -been
given Will Gentry, white, on similar
charges, but tho hearing was postoon
ed on account of the..absence from
o Distributor No. 20.
e genuine unie*? branded*
* CHARLOTTE. N. C
ar peculiar pattern amt arrange*
tot-Off fs nt Improved design and
?sch of the operator. This lever
vied by the handles frew damage
' ' '
irate sad ls easy.te ?et so au to
LOGO pounds to the arve.
MHtworhty machias. It w0I hut
Nearly everyone Indulges their
appetite and the digestive organs
are abusel, resulting in a conges
tion of poisonous waste that clogs
Ute bowels snd causes much mis
ery and distress.
The most effective remedy to
correct this condition is the com
bination of simple laxative herbs
with pepsin, known as Dr. Cald
well's Syrup Pepsin. This is a
natural, pleasant-tasting remedy,
gentle yet positive in action, and
quickly relieves Indigestion, con
stipation sick headache, belching,
etc. Drug stores sell Dr. Cald
well's Syrup Pepsin at fifty cents
aad one dollar a bottle, and in
thousands of homes it is the indis
pensable family remedy. For a
free trial bottle, write Dr. W. B.
Caldwell. 452 Washington St, Mon
the city of an important witness,
Sheriff J. M. H. Ashley.
Dr. Frazer Builds
A Bowling A Bey.
Dr. W. H. Frazer, pastor of the
First Presbyterian church and head
master of the Frazer Fitting school,
has bad constructed for his own use,
the use of his friends and the us*? of
the students of tho Fitting School a
splendid bowling alley, in the rear of
the manse on Webt Whitnar street.
Th? building erected for the purpose
is equipped with two splendid allcyB.
MEXICO CITY ON THE
VERGE OF STARVATION
(CONTINUED FROM PACE ONE.)
ington representative, gave out the
following nummary tonight of mes
sages on the military! situation:
"General Angelos telegraphed from
Monterey that the campaign was pro
gressing rapidly. Coal fields ours.
Maclovlo Herrera defeated there by
our Generals Hernandez and Pereya.
Within a few days we will have -ll
the fuel we need for transportation
purposes.-In Monterey all ls min nil
and enemy evidently has not resolved
to attack. ,
"Salvatierra and Alcanbaro, two im
portant places in the State of Guana
juato, havp been captured by%the con
vention General Arroyo. The enemy
fled abandoning their military stores,
leaving the entire northern part of
the State free from Carranzlstas."
Apparently there ls no prospect of
the embargo on the port of Progreso,
in Yucatan, hoing raised. A report
to the state department today said
it waB Carranza's intention to keep
thc port closed and that two gunboats
would be sent there to take the place
of the Progreso, which was blown
up a few days ago. The gunboat Bravo
has gone to Tampico from Vera Cruz
and not to Progreso i as previously
reported, it was announced.
Smallpox at Tera Cms.
EL PASO, Tex.. March 5.-Thc
purposo of General Obrcgon's con
templated evacuation of Mexico City
ls to launch a campaign against the
Villa forces in the north, according
to persons arriving here today. They
described conditions in and about the
capital ns chao;ic.
Almost all portable property of
valuo, thc refugees said, has been con
fiscated by Obregon's troops. Small
pox bad broken out at Vera Cruz,
they said, where the water supply
had been cut off. The arrivals said
that quantities of arms and ammuni
tion had been received by the Car
ranza forces from Central o-ad South
AAerican countries by way of Hava
A report here today said Carranza
trocpa had cut the Central Railroad
between Chihuahua City and Torre?n
General Villa ls said to be In the vici
nity of Guadalajara.
(CONTINUED PROM PAGE ONE.)
Cook,v written a day or so before Miss
Cook disappear ec"
"It is ridiculous to suppose Mr.
Mayo had anything to do with Lillian's
disappearance." said Miss Waterbury.
"He was Interested In her because ot
me. I became very fond r f her. She
knew that I wasn't married to Mr.
Mayo. But she did not ?? ?'e because
she learned of thu?. She left because
she was Intelligent, ambitious, wanted
to Improve herself and the place as
nurse-girl wusn't the kind of place for
j "We decided she should go to New
Haven to Join Mr. Mayo's office force.
I don't remember whether the sug
gestion camo from Mr. Mayo or from
"When she disappeared Mr. Mayo
telephoned android me she wau mis
sing and asked if she had come to me
or If I knew anything about her. Of
course. I didn't
/"In roy opinion Lillian wandered
anray while temporarily deranged She
was studying very hard. Bbs wrote
to me before shs disappeared filing
me about the examination she was to
take the following night at the busi
ness school. ? am afraid lt was all
too much for her."
TEN TEAR'S MISERY ENDED.
J. T. Chambers, merchant, Jon .v
boro. Ark., writes: "Foley Kidney Tilla
cured me of a ten-year standlnr case
of rheumatism. I suffered misers bl v.
A friend told me of being cured; so I
need them, and they enred me, too."
Moat middle aged men and women aro
glad to leam that Foley Kidney Pills
afford a way to escapa aleep disturb
ing bladder weakness, backache, rheu
matism, puffiness under eyes. s?ff and
swoolen Joints, and other Illa attribut
ed to hateo/ troubles. Evan's Pilar
?n an cy.
POLE? affirVOTC ?OTm
:-Wm aaauna "tem -iSaj^-B^minSSv
LADIES' HOSIERY and
We have just received a new shipment of
PHOENIX SILK HOSIERY.
75c and $1.00
50c to all
Parcel Post orders promptly filled and prepaid.
T. L. Cely Co.
IF your home is burglarized tonight how much of
your Savings would the burglars get ?
IF your Savings are deposited in our bank, how
much would the burglars get ? None.
.'The money you deposited today, the burglar^ can
not get tonight."
FARMERS LOAN & TRUST CO.
FARMERS & MERCHANTS BANK
We pay interest on deposits._
Trade with us is growing.
Every day brings new customers.
Everybody likes new goods, and we sci; just enough cheaper to
make it to your interest to trade with us. ,
By selling for cash we are able to keep this up six days tn the
week. For Saturday we will have a fine layout of fresh meats for
Pork Chops. 18e lb, 2 lbs Kc
All Pork Sausage. . ... .30c lb* S lbs tte
Choice Steaks and Roasts.13s lb
Fresh Fish and Oysters.
Liver, liver sausage, frankfurters, etc.
Quality, price and good weight ls. the. foundation on which we
are building our business.
The Spot Cash Grocery
J. P. Noblett. Mgr.
N. Main St- Opposite New Passenger Station. Phone 181
i ENGRAVED CARDS AND STATIONERY^
,Uothing to relined aa a neatly engraved calline card. Nothing so distinctive
aa stationery, with your monogram cat ly engraved thereon. We have a spe
cial arrangement with one of the most artistic engraving concerns ?ii the coun
try, whereby we can furnish engraving of any character, promptly and at
minimum cost. Wedding Invitations, Announcements, Els. Calling Cards,
Stationery, Etc We would be pleased to show yon samples and quote r rices
r-either by mall, or in person at our store.
WALTER H. REESE & CO.
_EXPERT WATCH BEI-AIRING. _
199 1-2 E. Whittier St Anderson, S. C.
FILLING, CROWN AND BRIDGE SPECIALTY
EXPERT ON EXTRACTING
Either way, asleep or wide awake;
One of the best in the Stat?.
CALOMEL IS MERCURY! IT SICKENS!
ACTS ON LIVER LIKE DYNAMITE
M Liver Tone" Stilts Your Liver
Better Tain Calomel nd Doesn't
SiM or Make Voa Sick.
'Uste* to met Take no more slek
ening, salivating ..ilomcl when bilious or
constipated. Don't lose a day's work I
Calomel is mercury or quicksilver
which . causes necrosis of the bones.
Calomel, when it. comes into contact
with sour bile crashes into it, breaking
it up. This is when you- (tel that awful
I naasra and cramping, it yan are slug
?lsh and "all knocked out," it your
iver ia torpid and ltowels constipated
or you hsyp headache, dltziooss, coated
tongue, If t>rcath -is bad or stomach sour
just Uk* a spoonful of harmless Bod
son's f-Vrer Tone on my guarantee.
Hera's ray guarantee-Go to any drug
store and get a 60 cent bottle of Dod
son'* Liver Tone. Toke a spoonful to
night and if it doesn't straighten you
right up and' make yon feel Rna and
vigorous by morning I want yon to go
back to tho store and get your money.
Dodson's Liver Toa* is destroying the
sale of calomel because fl is real liver
medicine; entirely vegetable, therefore it
can not salivate or make you sick.
I guarantee that one spoonful of Dod
son's Liver Tone will put your sluggish
liver to work and clean your bowels ot
that soar bile and constipate?! Wiste
which la clogging'your system and m ak
ing-vou feel miserable. 1 ga oran tea that
a bottle of Dodson's Liver Toa? drill
keep your-entire family feeling fine for
months. Give it to vour children. It is
harmless; doesn't gripe ead they like Its
Vi." ?t>ant taste.