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The Blue Bird
mg in "Mrs
Spring in already here in ii.i shoj
tO-Wear, Millinery, Dress </oods, Tri
uinl novelties, necessary to please tl
W?' liave a very comprehensive sin
Skirts. Shirt Waists. Dress doods, in
made In the styles decreed by ??ame f
w<- have Hie BWellest line of pretty, s
derson. They are "simply beautiful,
will iiave to be seeu to be appreciate
Tho public has long ai?o learned t
< onceptions and fadB are to be founi
Fifth Avenue puts its stamp of appro
Come today! It. will be our pieust
whether you buy or not.
Mrs. B. Gra
If yon] have money to invest in
Now is the time tb make your purchase. From the beginning ol
the. war, prices on la,nd hav.e been lower than in a lon time, but these
prices will be raised as soon as peace is declared.
We have several very desirable tracts to sell at WAR PRICES
1-3 cash, balance in five year* at 8 per cent, interest.
Read these descriptions:
Three tracts west of the city each of 40 to 45 acres which are very
Two tracts 6 miles esst of the city on road to Williamston.
100 acres near Seneca, well improved.
26 acres near Five Forks.
Three tracts of SO acres each, well improved, near Honea Path,
one and one-half miles off trolley line.
My lands are located in different parts of the county and I want to j
lett them to parties who have from $500.00 to $1,000.00 to pay on j
them, and lons time on balance. I am not in the market for any more
land as it b my intention to sell my holdings to farmers"who are rent
ers today, so they may have a chance to own a home cf their own
and help build up this county.
If you know how to farm, you are paying more rent than your
: will be to own your own home. ? Suppose you buy $2,500.00
of land, pay $500.00 down, give your note and mortgage for
?000.00? die interest would be $160,00. Now you are a very
fanner if you are not paying $300.00 a year on a two-horse j
' The hardest people 1 have to sell is a renter. As a rule-his father
[rented land, and he does not seem to care to climb higher up in the
gprld than his daddy, so he grows up a lot of renter? to take his place,
the same time the county is suffering for want of small farmers, i
[|;tiUght a farm two or three years ago of some five hundred acres,
ind sold it out to small farmers, and today it is producing twice as j
luch as it did before-not one acre more in cultivation, but better
titivated, better arranged, etc.
So you see if Anderson county could get the renting class who live
the county, tb buy land, the first year you would see ihe crops]
Soubled, or if nbt, very nearly so. lt is to the interest of the land
Wner, instead |>f buying outhis neighbor, to sell some of the land to
renter, then wjhefe they do so, tak? on one or two more renters, and
ten lands would increase in. value to cover the land sold to good j
J. J. FRETWELL.
ie Anderson Guaranty & Trust Co
134 East Benson Street?
Jost Below Peoples Baak.
And if they need) repairs let us do your vulcanizing. While
prices of new tires arc lower man they were last year-our vul
canising price? are much lower, too.
Ajax and Goodyear Tires and Accessories.
IOS N. McDuffie.
), devoted exclusively to lloady
mmings, sud many other beau
uwitiK of ("out Suits. Dresses,
all tili? season's wanted Bbades,
ashton ; und in
tylish Hals ever brought to An
" aud beggar description-they
he truth-that tho newest style
J at BOYD'S Just a? quickly a?
val on them.
ire to ?how these goods to you,
..THE KIM; AM? THE MIAN"
Special Attraction ut thc ruramount
Bruce M cline's Distinguished Drama
tie Ador .Makes First Appearance
on Hie Screen-A Good Picture.
'.Tiw. Dim? ?.?.> **Tn" \*? ??j? ?*
tractlou at the IJaruiuount theatre on
! Monday afternoon and evening.
Bruce McKee, the distinguished
dramatic ador, makes Iiis first ap
pearance on the screen in the popu
lar story of love und politics, "Tile
Hing und thc Man." by Cyrus Town
send Brady. The commanding per
sonality and splendid poise of Bruce
McHac flt him peculiarly for tho role
j of Cornily, the man whose bravery
anil self-possession in the face of cru
?lal circumstances enable him to suc
cessfully oppose the accrupt forces
;?f tho gigantic political rins that ls
I trying to ruin Ivim. Comity's real
name is Fordyce. but the shadow of a
< crime which hangs over his past has
caused him to chango it to Gormly,
by which name he is known to his
business associates and tbs public,
who respect him as a great merchant
prince and lefoitm candidate for
mayor. Hack of Gormly's ambition is
a good and beautiful woman. Eleanor
Haldane, whose father is president
of tho Gatham Trf.?;!lon Co., a power
ful corporation which has always con
trolled tho city's administration. The
Cati am company and Qormty be
come involved in business complica
tions, and Cornily, seeing ih,. evilness
of city politics, partly through a de
sire to destroy the power of the Got
ham company, and partly to realize
.Miss Haldane's faith In him, decides
to enter the mayoralty race, and ls
Been far in thc lead of the Gotham
company's candidate. Another woman
In Gormly's life-a woman of the past
-now tries to regain her power over
Gormly. ad failing, takes the great
secret of bis former life to tho chief
of police, who ls a tool of the Gotham
company. The chlof calls on Gorm
ly, and threatens to expose him un
I088 he withdraws from the race.
Gormly courageously refuses. Hal
dane is Informed of thia development
by thc chief of police, and knowing
of Gormly's love for hts daughter,
urges her to offer herself as wife to
Gormly If ho willi cease his tight
against tho Gotham company. Lov
ing her father, and wishing to test
Gormly, Elizabeth does this, and ls
both pleased and grieved when Gorm
ly sacrifices even his love for his prin
ciples, and .'refuses to bo bribed even
with thc gratification of his greatest
WIH'?. ;:;W the shadow of the crime
of Iii,-, past is lifted, from him, how he
defeats the vicious ring forces and
finally wins his election and his
bride, is dramatically visualised In
this gripping production.
Among Brue? McRae's recent stage
triumphs are numbered "Nobody's
Widow." and "Nearly Married."
} DONT TAKE CALOMEL ~|
Instead of dangerous, salivating
Calomel to liven your liver when
bilious, headachy or constipated get
a I ( >-cent box of Casca re ts. They
start the liver and bowels and
straighten you up better than nasty
Calomel, without griping or making
GET BID OF LINGERING COLDS,
COUCHS AND LA GRIPPE.
Spr-lag linda .many afflicted with
lingering, hacking coughs, that weak
en the system. Slush and wet cau?.
more colds than aero weather. Croup,
bronchitis, and pneumonia are preva
lent. Every family should have a sato
and reliable cough, medicine ready for
us. Foley's Honey and Tar Compound
contains no harmful Ingredients, lt
eases a cough, cheeto a cold and re
lieves Inflamed and congested mem
branes. It clears tbs air passages and
soothes inflammation. Evans Phar
BELTON, March 0.-' Ferguson of
Troy," a comedy of three acts, was
presented at the theatre of Hones
Patlt last Monday by Belton talent
ami the attendance was large.
This 'piny was presented lu Helton
February 1(J and the house was full to
overrlov. lng. The play was und'-r the
auspiclh ?if the Civic League. Mrs.
W. C Bowen had" charge x>f training'
the players, and she is being compli
mented as well as those of the cast,
for the able manner lu which the play
Mesdames R. A. Lewis and W. E.
Greer, have re.?urned from a ten days'
trip to Dall .more.
A. S. Fant, one of our popular fer
tilizer men. returned Thursday from
a few day? trip to NorfolJt.
Dr. A. B. Weathersheo of Belton
ppent Tuesday and Wednesday with
his parents in Barnwell.
W. O. Kay, a member of the firm
of Kay-Muttison & Co., returned home
Friday from a few days trip to Bal
Mrs. M. C. Cunningham, one of Bel
ton's popular milliners, w .<> has been
In the northern markets bujtng goods,
retuned home this week.
Miss Marie Dean, one of Spartan
burg's very popular ladies who has
been spending sometime in town, the
guest of Mrs. J. T. West, returned to
her homo Thursday.
E. P. Vandiver, on? of Anderson's
prominent bankers, was in Belton on
Services preparatory to the obser
vance of the Lord's Supper on Sun
day began nt the Presbyterian church
Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock and
continued through Sunday with preach
ing this afternoon and night and
Saturday night. Rev. G. G. Mays of
f?reenvHle will ilo the preaching.
The Civic League will meet noxt
Monday afternoon at the library at
4 o'clock and all the members aro
urgently requested to he present as
some very important matters are to
come up then.
Mrs. J. T. WeslJ entertained thc
Royal Ambassadors Friday evening,
this being the last meeting of her
mission study class. The boys fin
ished "Judson, the Pioneer," on this
Mrs. F. M. Cox entertained at a
very beautiful dinner Friday at her
home on Brown avenue. Among those
present were: Mr. and Mrs. T. P.
Clinkscale8, Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Hoi
combo, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Moorehead,
F. W. Cox. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Cox,
and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Cox.
Mesdames Will C. Cllnkscales and
J. T. Weat and MIGB Marie Dean "Were
guests of Mrs. G. S. Culbert Wednes -
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Green had for
their guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. W.
H. Cobb, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Garrett.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Breazeale, Mr. and
Mrs. J. CHIT Green of Anderson. Mr.
and Mrs. W. T. Brooker of Columbia.
The ladies of the Methodist church
had charge of tho supper and the
large number of Belt6n people who
took supner at thia place 'wt re well
pleased. Three long tables were
well filled all during the evening and
those in charge of the supper wero
well pleased with the liberal patron
N. D. Taylor, our popular photog
rapher is instructor of the class and
pe with the assistance v>f the class
is doing splendid work In the Sun
day school. The class meets every
Sunday morning at 10:50 o'clock and
ls largely attended.
A shower will be given foi the
Methodist parsonage at Willlamston
at the residence of Mrs. John Horton
on Brcvn avenue next Wednesday
afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.
A be VT t>; beautiful belles from the N
Luxury" ni the Anderson The'.?t?c, 1
The Anderson Theatre tor Its at
traction Friday. March ll'th. will bare
.t new musical ccmedy that cornea well
heralded from a' run at the - Casino
in Now York, lt bears inc pleasing
title of "Lady Luxury" and is the
Joint work of Rlda Johnson Y'oung,
who wrote both the book and'lyrics
and William Schroder, who composed
Mr. Chas. Wu err, has given us
some .food musical productions In
"Naughty Marietta," and others, and
Is the producer of "Lady Luxury." It
is said that be has spared no expense
in regard to scenery, costumes, or
cast, In fact the gowns, that' are tho
extreme of modernism, have been de
signed and executed by Lady Duff
The cast is headed by Dainty Flor
ence Webber, and contains such well
known names as Jean Pellitier, Emily
Fitxroy; Bailie Lea, Josepgh! Herbert
Donald. MacDonald, Forrest Huff, Ar
thur Albro and 8am J. Burton.
Thci? ls a beauty chorus that can
sing and a special orchestra m.der the
direction of Arthur F. KsuUenbroh.
The ?tory of "Lady Luxury" con
cerna an orphan biri. Eloise Tan
Cuylor, who has been raised b> her
old uncle and guardian. Edward Van
Cuplor. tn ignorance or the outside
world. Eloise has had dream* how
LOOK AT CHILD'S
TONGUE IF SICK
When constipated or bilious give
Look ut thc tongue, mother! Ii
coated, it is u sure sign that your lit
tle one's stomach, liver and bowels
need a Rentle, thorough cleansing ut
When peevish, eros?, Hstle?M pale,
doesn't sleep, doesn't oat or act natu
rally, or is feverish, stomach sour,
breath, had: has stomach-ache, sore
throat, diarrhea, full of cold, give a
teaspoonful of "California Syrup of
Figs," and* in a few bonis all tne
foul, constipated waste, undigested
food and sour bile gently moves out
of its little Vowels without griping,
and ye* have a well, playful child
You needn't coax sick children to
take this harmless "fruit laxative;;"
they love its delicious taste, and it al
ways makes them feel splendid.
Ask your druggist for a 50-cent bot- I
tie o? "California Syrup of Figs," ?
which haB directions for babies, chil
dren of all ages aud for grown-ups
plainly on the bottle. Beware of
conntei felts sold here. To be sure
you get the genuine, ask to see that
lt is made by "California Fig Syrup
[Company." nefuse any other kind
Tho Men's Bible class of the Metho
dist church gave an oyster Bupper
in the Werts Building Wednesday
evening and a neat little sum was
realized, which will be spent for the
benefit of the class.
The linties Missionary S< clety of
the Methodist church met at the love
ly homo of M'3. John A. Horton cn
Brown avenue Wednesday afternoon
and many of t. members Yere pres
ent and spent . -ery pleasant after
Mr. and Mrs. P. Berlin entertained
a number of their friends at their
lionu on O'Neal street last Thursday
evening. Those present were: Mr.
and Mrs. A. J. Williams, Mr. and Mrs.
G. W. Gaines. Miss Mattie Vandiver
an? MIBS Pawnee Sutherland. Re
freshments were served and those
present spent a very pleasant even
Every member of the Methodist
church is asked to send or come and
bring something for the parsonage.
Anything in linen, china, glass or
kitchen ware will be gratefully re
Miss Lilla Tarry, milliner fer Bel
ton Merchantilo company returned
this afternoon from a trip to the
northern markets where she purchas
ed millinery goods for spring and
Dr. James' Headache Powders
give instant relief--Cos?
dime a package.
Nerve-racking, spMttlng or dull,
throbbing headaches yield in just a
few moments to Dr. James' Headache
Powders which cost only 10 cents a
package at any drug store. It's the
quickest, surest headache relief in the
whole world. Don't suffer! Relieve
the agony and distress now! You can.
Millions of men and women have
found that headache or neuralgia
misery is needless. 'Get what yon
' ask for._
ew YOrk Casino, v. ho will .be in "Lady
b'r'day N ight, March 12.
ever, and on the day that she attain
ed her majority she decides to
emerge from her chrysllls state and
grow butterfly wings. Much to the
disgust of her. uncle who has lead /?
so?ohtary life, with his cigars and
Scotch, she engages a Russian dancer
to entertain her guests; Chaperone
who has in her entourage a fortune
hunting count, and an entirely hew lot
of servants. The plac* ls over ion
with guests and tho uncle has to sleep
in the boat house. He enlists the aid
of sam Warren, a young Texas ranch
er, who is in love with EIOIBC, and
they plot to disgust her <vtth her new
friends, by making ber think that her
foi tune ls dissipated, when, they know
tba' sha will be deserted. The uncle
le?-? a note that l\p has squandered
hcr:'*rtuae and disappears. With him
disappears the Jewels oC the dancer,
though the uncle ts not responsible
they having bien taken !n advertently
by the operatic count, who mistakes
j the Jewel box for the medic'?? case
? containing hts evfcr ne<*eesar/ throat
Finally when ovoryone hos. be^n
accused of the- tbftft, and Elots*
realizes that ber postilen .ls a fa!?e
one and makes .lt up with Sam, the
uncle returns and explains every
thing and tho curtain falls on a happy
THE TROUBLE ABOUT
Meal and Acid
The trouble about fertilizing with meal ami acid is tbat you get
your ammonia from one source only, and that Is meal It all give*
out at once. Meal ls meal you know. In our mixed goods you get
the ammonia from meal mid tish and blood and tankage, and Sulphate
of Ammonia, ami as one of these ammoiiiatos glTes out, another
? ornes in so that you have your cotton aud your corn supplied with
plant food from the time it sprouts In thc ground, ?ll through tho
working season and through thc luving-by season, and until lt Is
ready to be gathered. Fish and blood last longer than meal, and sui.
phale of Ammonia acts more quickly than meal and so by using
these mixed goods of ours you get a complete fertilizer.
?hen your meal gives out your cotton sheds. The reason cotton
sheds is because it has not sufficient plant food. So when the meul
is used up in the soil your cotton sheds. It cannot do anything else.
And then our mixed goods are more thoroughly mixed than the men!
and arid will be. You could mix it as thoroughly as we can If you
wore prepared for lt. But you are not prepared and It won't pay you
lo prepare for It for one farm. We expect to supply a great many
farms with fertilizer and it pays us to prepare to have our Ingred
ients thoroughly mixed. Where un improperly mixed fertiliser is used
your crop will be Irregular and we ali know that the crop that turns
oft* the cotton ls the crop that runs regular all through! We believe
it Is economical to use thc mixed goods instead of mixing your meal
und acid. We will bc glad to Kell you.
Anderson' Phosphate & Oil
Wo believe our 8-2H-1 ls the goods for colton and corn this year.
A great many are buying lt. A. P. & 0. CO.
Sp& RIDER AGENTS WANTED
[/ ?Sj KltJ%JFACH TOWNftn?<llst'-lct.torldeanr!exl>lbltasamploLatestMo<lcl
ta Hav% Hancer" bicycle fornishedby u.^ Our lMiler Agents everywhere ans
W/^M ?Jp?ninMnirnnjji.'-y f.tsl. o rite ur full part kulan r.miejKc'.Tl over al once.
/ Vv??ll? WTsSaV WO Bl O Nt Y RE?UIRGDtinUI you nevi ve and approve yo-jrblcyr.lt?.
/ / \ IWfU ml AW "? **iil> to onvtme anywhere i:i thc U. H. u-tthutit a ant deposit In
I k\ IIW? M /ilin ?????cc.j^JX'W/reiirfjt.aiiilall?wTENDAYS'PREBTIIIALdurlnff
I /' II ll tl iVMI yhlcUtlDje.voiinjayrWieth?bloyclean?Dutittoany tcstyou wish.
/ fi ' I mil IB 1'ii.Vail "Vwiaruttic'niu.t perfectly batWIedordo not wtihto keen the bl
1 \l\Bl UM W ?1*1(8 Ci'cJashiiMtta^
I v\i ? j ?Kn M ltA? CAPTARY DOIPCC Wo 'urnish Ute highest- oracle bicycles lt is
I V CL flB\?!* f'i?!<\?M 1 unl ""??Co possible lo make nt one small protit above.
I \ iWB iiWnj>l W?3*actnr.l factory cost. You savo flOtoja?middlemen'sprofltsby buy
I \<MrJ?iWlm\i f|raK|lnc direct of usnn<lbt.vot:io?M??iufactur%?r'8siiarsnteebeh!nflyour
1' _VfcafTB wljM J&ff?gr*0*'0'1''' 00 "OT QUY a bicycle or a pair of tires from anyone at
I "^fv^.B|J^nyV\ftWtMiy]>rfccn!itIU receive our catalogues and learn our unheard of
I J\ylV mpWSf\''i !-WJ<Kt?nt prices and remarl.-.iUe upcctalofcn.
\ MMrW\w?W? ASTONISHED ^
l I Ul M WT* \ S?Uttbc ?"'"<*v^'M? t.tiJ prieta vio caa i:iako yon thia rear. We wit tte big bel Rmi?
\ / V Ik Viii \ *R??Wliiryiic-tfc: !'JJi.ourytt.i?r\ni-cthcrfoct..r}7. Wo are wt I .Oed with tl.OOprufU
I ll \\\ '!?/ \I|JJ? alx>ve factory w*- flcYCt-G; CCALEF3. yon can roll our ble? des under y our
1 ll 'W isH 'Sff own riini-i.lafcot v'o-ibi.. om price?. Orders filled tue day rrcolred.
\ v\ i Uli . ?BCOND ?IAtO 3ICYCLE0. nv un not recuUrly haudU) second-hand birnie*.
\W. I nwA 7 hare A number on hxtul tal.cn In f r-ado by our CMcaso rutall ntores. aS we clear
V*\ il Jw7/ 8a^gMlittJ^^gl^J^.gSP?g loW. ol" frsurlPtb-o bargain bail malled fra?.
YwXijAwV CUfi^TPR RRfilfF? ?'.?>?lolvnc-'0' l~.Port;droll*roAalnaauTp??al*,r?rU.repetr*
^gg^ UUMOl I Olmt\?ur ?td equipment of oil kimi? ci halj t\* reyular rttalilpricc*.
8 ? AM Heathorn P?ncture-Proof tJM
i liSelf-SieslmgTiresro?Z^?, ?L
HE TKnr rr&tlnr rriail j>rt?r o/ Vina . - , , ir~m~Timiii i n .
. " tira itHoMttrr voir, tfut to Mi-o- jHSBfWSKegBdWHI^a
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ROMORE ?ROUBLE F90M PDNCTB8ES SSBHHHnM
Halla, Tack* or etas* will not tat tho air oat. t
A buntired thousand pair? sold last ? i y ,
rldlns. very durable and lined7Inside imo
a special rubber, which ncrerbe- ^?nV^anV*nann^annV^l^>Bn^an9n7;''
comes porous and which cli>*cs up .small ^^^^?FSBI^^^^^^^ ^^m?43?r
puncture:: without allo-.vli:p nir to escape. They woura 141 Matlaathathlek ?khariM.i?
wo moro than an ordinary tire, tho punctum roslstlnir Ell "A*'and^uaotaraaMM^B''
aualltleshcln?riflven by several layers of thin.specially -"-. "?D"^!!? ri? ?trfa ?H>?
?prepared fabric on tho tread. Tb- reculai-price of theso JP* ?" oroStnt rlmauMIn? PTM.
tires is ?10.00 per pair, but for advrrt Mi? Purposes wo ?tt ?f *TEl"???".*"L1"^ Jhi?
are maklnir a tinrcla? factory p.lco to t ho rider of only ^Ar ,,r" *rtll-.?H?,*l? 22?L *tR*r
S4.80 per pair. All orders shipped satno day lotter ts H 2iHri9iVL!-Bl^*"? BSMI
received. We will shlpC. 0.1>. ?<n approval. You do m BAST RID1NO.
uot noed to pay o cent until you examine and find them strictly aa represented,
Wo will allow a eaah discount ot ?norcent (thereby makins tho prico ?4.56 per pair) If
you send r?LC CASH WITH ORDER and oncW this advertisement. You run no risk In
oendintr us ar.orderas tho tires may be rettin>ed at OUBcxpenbo If for any reason they are not
ntl.factory on examination. We aro perfectly reliable a:, 1 money neat to us ls as safe aa In a bank. If ran nrdor
n iialr of these ttna. ,ou?i:l lind tbat they will ride easier, run fojtor, wear bettsr.burt lonierand ??ok Huer
iban un? tiro yon hagerer used or ?eco. at any price. We know that youwlll Iieeo well plew<od that whoa you wr/it
^^^Z??,?LlU2i?i?Hr?^-jyiw?M,Jr?a to "*? aa a t rial ordo?ot once, heneo this remarkable, ?ra oCcr.
gp YOU NF FSH TitftES ??uib*7?ny k,n<1 nt *a? Pr,?? un,,! Touseodrora pair of rtedaethorn
as~ ' ?f y ??fc?Uff f MWW Puncturo-rroor tl rcs on appro ral and trial at tba spacial Introductory
price quoted abort; or write for oar hi? Tire sod Sundry Cfttalofo* whir* describes and Quote* ajl nukes and
klmU of tire* and bicycle equipment ?nd sundries at about batt tba tumalprice*.
BO itfOF" WAFlt%\,"Til?a''m,*m*n'*S?X- WiWr XMOlK ?. BUTINQ S bicycle or ?pair
J.Llf?AD OYOLE COMPANY, CHIGAGO, ILL.
The Cole I louble Fooi Guano Distributor, No. 22
No. 22 ie ? strong, handy, labor-saving Distributor. It hag ? posi
tive, chain-drive Force Reed that can be regulated to sow from 100
to 1,500 pounds to the acre, according to die kind and condition of
The Double Foot nows the guano and throws two good furrows
upon it, thoa saving enough labor to pay for itself Sa a very few days.
. The No. 22 ia safe, convenient, and practica). You can leave it
standing without danger of its falling over. You will like this One ma
chine and you will say the price ts low compared with many other
SULLIVAN HARDWARE CO.
Anderson, S. C. Greenville, S. C. Belton, $. C.
A Spfc-HIr Agata Colds.
"It there, ts such a thing as a spe
cific again*, t cold?, lt is to be found In
the sleeping porch ur tho open bed
roora. Next to that .comea tho cold
sponge bath in the morning," says the
Youth's Companion. Be as cartful as
you can you will occasionally take
cold and when yon do yon will find
rhambterlaln's Cough Remedy, a great
help In enabling y?u to get rW cf it.