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"Cream o? Wheat"
This famous High Patent flour
is unexceled by any other flour,
and we have a good price on the
quantity we now have on hand,
so we would advise our friends to
take advantage of this opportun
ACT NOW !
J. M. Mc Cowa
Phone 22 East Whittier Street.
Kiss Your Coal Stove
The gas stove has the
coal stove beaten a mil
No wood to chop, no coal to car
fy, no ashes to take up, carry
out, and sift leaving a trail of
dirt and dust from the stove all
the way out to the ash pit.
Mo fire to coax and cod
dle. No excess heat. No
Gas is a guarantee of the right
kind of a fire instantly for any
purpose whatever; and it's more
Anderson Gas Co.
I am the man to fix your teeth
BO you can eat the pie that I put
tn the Piedmont Belt
I make) platea at $6,50
I main gold crown? at$4.00
Silver fillings, 60c and up.
Gold SSSngu $1.00 and
Painless Extracting 40jc.
v_?_..." . -
.-tm mywtmilj Ul irBBlUlg
Pyorrhea, Alveolarls ot tho gums
and all crown and bridge work
and regulating mal formed teeth.
All work guaranteed flrst-claBs.
S. Go BRUCE
Comes to Him
Who opens a Savings
account and adds to lt
He h la a po*ltlon?<o
(ale advantage ?I opt
por. funities when pre.
IBaak of Anderson
The Strongest Hank ta
Monte Cristo, Tom Watson and;
2 Great Cantaloupes
?niaway's Giant 30 to 40 lbs.;
Dreer** Hoodo, none better ....
Get seed at
PANTS BOOK STORE
|sjf WKACHfe Ki OMS YS ANO a IA 0 ct?.
"The Gentle Qu
"MUH'H Inhumanity to tuan" .? bad
enough, hut man's Inhumanity to an?
mala is shocking beyond expression.
Crothers lu his essay on the "Cruel,
ty of Good People" says:
"Thc cruelty ol had people I? eas
ily explained. They are cruel because
they enjoy watching thc pulu of
others. There arc also the Ignorant
and half formed, to whom the vont
"inhumanity" applies literally. They
have not yet been really humanized.
Before they eua habitually yield to
feeling of compassion there ?B much
to be done in developing their high
er nut urea." . . "Hut we are con
I tinually surprised at the cruelty that
?H possible in those in whom thero
seems to be no tigerish survial."
The absolute indifference and cal
lousness of seemingly good people to
the cruel and brutal treatment ot
helpless and defenceless animals is
something to sadden one.
A white fox terrier, evidently once i
a pel, but now homeless and deserted,
starved, anti bruised, a pitiful rack of
bones, With one broken leg. sat on a
corner of the main street in a busy
small town, a town that prides Itself j
on being up-to-date in all things, it ]
boasts a libra: and hospital, and
progress and culture are lt.-} watch
words, yet dozen of poople passed ami
repussed that pitlous little figure of
want and miser/, sjjttjng patiently
near tho edge of the pavement watch
ing eagerly every face, necking, hunt
ing, for some one, and not a single
perfion stopped, some gave it a pas
sing planee, one Bald "poor thing" and
hurried by, another "horld bea;:!.'" and
averted scornful eyes, and that was
the pity, thc kindness, and the mercy
shown to the suffering llttle'croalure.
Have we not all accn horses, after
years ot faithful labor, sold because
they had grown eo\ old for much
work, or were not as swift and grace
ful as In their younger days, and in
a few months sold again, and yet
again, getting a worse master, leBs
food, and harder usage .each time? We
see many of them, feeble wrecks ot
the once gallant and spirited animai,
hardly able to lift one weary foot,
yet straining forward under heavy
loads, or standing hours in rtfn and
snow, drooping In harness, with
trembling 'frame, hanging head end
eyes dull with pain, and a wondering
Think of the hundreds of dogs an
nually killed, hunted to death, starved
and shot, because some hare brained
person starts the cry of "mad dog,"
over some poor frightened animal,
who haa lost his master, and is run
ning frantically to And him.
That occasionally a dog is mad ls
true, and it is ktnnncsB to have it
killed, as well as a safe-guard to the
public, but that a wholesale salughter
of perfectly sound and healty dogs
should follow, is Incredltable in Its
monstrous cruelty and stupidity, and
yet It is dono yearly. Niue out of ten, |
sc called "?i,.-..'. Som," atv "<-'i wau j
at all, they uro simtly frightened.
There ' is something sadly lacking
in one who does not show mercy and
kindness to these two good friends of
the human raco.
Love ls ennobling, even if it is only
bestowed on a "gentle fellow crea
ture." The affection between a troop
er and his horse is beautiful to see.
and ?onie very great minds haw
found solace In tho affection, and com
panionship of a dog. Sir Walter
Scotts 'Haida" is as well known as
Lord Byron whose lonely nn* ?n
happy life was cheered by the devo
tion of "Boatswain" has thia cut on
the stone over the faithful dog's grave.
"When some fond aon of men returns
Unknown to glory, but upheld by
The sculptera art exhausts thc pomp
And storied urns record who rests be.
When all is done, upon the tomb Is
Not what ho was, but what he should
But the poor dog, in life the firmest
The first to welccne, fe cmost to de
Whose honest heart ls still his mas
Who labors, fights, lives, breathes for
Cnhonoired Calls, unnoticed all his
Denied in heaven the soul he held on
While man, vain insect, hopes to be
And claims himself a soul exclusive
VTO mark a friends remains these
I never had ' but one, - , . and here
Bismarck, the "Iron Chancellor" of
Germany had his two great Danes al
ways by his Side._"
1 . u> , ,ni m11- i
There ia no deceit, no ba?e ingrati
tude ?n dogs. Elisabeth Stuart Phelps
In her exquisite story bf "Jonathon
and David" speaks of their ''passion
ate fidelity." Oulda 1n her beautiful
. nH rvoi tala ? * ll-"? WI-- J-..?I I
-- ?-- ?-..-*-?... ... ?. .. v. I iiiuuvin I
tells of their love and unswerving de
votion, and Elisabeth Barrett Brown
ing write* of her "loving frls/nd,''
Plush, who when she lay ill tor days
and weeks refused to leave her elde.
"This dog watched beside a bed
Day and night unweary."
"Other ddgs of loyal cheer
Bounded at the whistle clear.
Up Ute woodside hieing;
This dog only, watched in ree ch
Of a faintly uttered speech
Or a fainter sighing."
"Be my benediction said
With my hand upon thy head
Gentle fellow creature."
There waa. never written a more
beautl.fi 1 tribute to the worth, faith
fulness, and affections of a dog than a
alky of Mercy1'
the Eulogy of Senator Vost.
"Tho ono absolutely unselfish friend
thal tuan can have In this selllsh
world, the one that never deserts h'm.
thc one that never proves ungrateful,
or treacherous, ls his dc*;, A man's
dog stands hy him in prosperity, and
In poverty, in health and in sick
ness. . . .
"When riches take wings, and repu
tation falls lo* pieces, be ls as con
stant in Iiis love as thc sun in Its
Journey 'brough the heavens. When
all other friends deBert, ho remains."
And yet that is the animal that we
elect lo heat, to starve, to torture, and
Surely "Thc Qentle Quality _ of |
Mercy" har, vanished from the heart
SARA M( 'ARD V -TR li SCOT.
News From Seneca
SENECA, March 9.- Messrs. J. J.
Smith. Willis and Ellas McGee. J P.
Dean and W. lt. Cham ble of Starr,
were in Seneca for a willie this .norn
R. A. Seryne of Greenville is in
Dr. E. R. Davis, pastor of the Sec
ond Presbyterian church of Green
ville was a business visitor to Seneca
Seneca ls in a way Dr. Davis' old
home. Iiis father once lived here, and
many o? his relatives are buried in
the cemetery here. He has many
warm friends who are always glad to
welcome him herc.
Mr. D. M. Haden of Chester, rep
resenting the Virginia. Carolina
Chemical Co. has been In Seneca for
M. L. Dallar.1 of Clemson was in
W. G. King and .T. W. Dixon of Pied,
mont has purchased the millinery es
tablishment formerly conducted by
Mrs. H. V. Suntu. Miss Alice Clement
ot' Helton will be lu charge ol thu
sales and trimming department after
Monday, March 15, assisted by Miss
Mr. John Moony a New York fire
man spent Monday night In Seneca on
his cross country walk from New
York to San Francisco. Moony has
seen many years of service with the
Now York fire department and receiv
ed a serious injury In the famous
Equitable fire, from which he has not
fully recovered. He has been granted
a years' leave of absence t o make this
trip. He left Now York January 26,
and has been on the road ever since
Ho expects to arrive In San Francisco 1
about August tho first. He averages !
30 miles a day.
Nickson's Hlppidrome and Wild
West show, is here this week for a
Miss Louise Lawrence who Is at
?^?U??B aciiuut at i,aii(ter College, I
Greonwood, spent the week-end with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Law- |
It begins to look like the period |
of husinoss depression is over in I
this section Tho streets are again
crowded every day. Farmers are
bringing in cotton and hauling out
fertilizer and farm machinery and
making preparations t< begin another
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Livingston have I
gone to Anderson to attend the
Honey Boy minstrels.
FORM PARTNERSHIP I
Will Practice I nder Name of Chis* I
holm, Troubridge and Buggs.
Dr.'a W. W. Chisholm. J. P. Trow
bridge and Forest D. Suggs, three
well known dentists of this city, who
have been located for sometime In the
Bleckley building, sre raovjng their
offices today to the second floor of the
new theatre building on West Wint
rier street, where they will be asso
ciated In the general practice of dent
istry under ;he Arm name of Chis
holm, Trowbridge and Suggs.
An inspection of tho now office
ahows them to be well selected and
conveniently located. They are -ar
ranged with a large reception room
in front, connecting by a hallway
with three private operating rooms,,
which will be equipped with all the
latest and most modern appliances.
lt ls understood that, in addition
to the general practice. Dr. Chisholm,
will specialize In the treatment of py
horrhoea and in porcellan work; Dr.
Trowbridge In plate work*; and Dr.
Si'grs in the regulation and straight
er ir g of teeth. These gentlemen have
made a special study ot the branches
of the practice and R ls a great pleas
ure to the public to know that this
work may bc done at home.
This mode of practice has been
customary tn the larger cities for
some time, but is a new departure for
Anderson, lt ls a step U tho right di.
rectlon and is to be commended.
I OPEN NOSTRILS! END
I A COLD OR CATARRH
AL WW_??_ -A T?_ll-? wm-ww-. *
X nun AV merni nuvn DKK>
% and Noaa are Stuffed Up.
Count fifty! Your cold in head or
catarrh disappears. Your clogged nos
trils will open, the air passages of
your head will clear and you can
breathe freely. No more snuffling,
hawking, mucous discharge, dryness
or headache: no struggling for breatB*
Get a small bottle of Ely's Cream
Balm from your druggist and apply a
little of th If fragrant antiseptic cream
In your nostrils. It penetrates through
e\wy air .passage of the head, sooth
ing and healing the swollen or in
flamed membrane, giving you instant
relief. Head colds and catarrh yield
like magic Don't stay stuffed up
nd m'eerable. Relief is nure.
THE ELECTRIC AGE
Improved Methods of Doing Things j
This is the age of electricity-more so than any other invention of the century. Electric
ity has played a bigger part in the improvements and progress of the world than any other one
Electricity is used today as a great motive power; for fuel; to iron; to cool the air;
to light the darkness; for telephoning and telegraphing; for vacuum cleaning; for auto
mobiles; for the recording and reproduction of music; for transportation; for flashlights; for
the treatment of diseases, etc., etc., etc., and we take this means of calling your attention to
the four articles mentioned below.
Eledrie Motors For Sewing Machines
How many times have you heard your wife say at the
end of a nerve racking day at the sewing machine, 'i
am nearly dead; I have gotten a good deal of my sewing
done today, but 1 am almost dead, the running of thai
sewing machine* tears my nerves all to pieces." And if
you doubt the truth of your wife's statement-ask your
doctor whether the sewing machine injures a woman's
The price of this Special Sewing Machine Motor, com
plete with all attachments is only S18.50 and it will save
its cost in drugs and doctor's bills alone in six months
Ask you' wife NOW whether she would like to have
one of these Sewing Machine Motors or not. She will
soon tell you. You buy the best tools, implements, or
supplies necessary to the successful conduct of your bus
iness, so why not be just as liberal to your wife ?
Electric Vacuum Cleaner
This is time tor "Sprng Cleaning" to begin, and if there
is one thing more necessary than another at this time it is
a Vacuum Cleaner. And to those who know the value of
an Electric Vacuum Cleaner not another word is necessary,
for they know the "Electric Way" is best-H's cleaner,
more sanitary, easieY, less work, and much cheaper in thc
long run than any other device used for this purpose.
This Electric Vacuum Cleaner not only cleans every
thing from carpets, rugs, walls, floors, to curtains, mat
tresses, davenports and sofas, but it rids the house of every
kind of death dealing germ which lives and thrives in dark
and dirty places.
The price is only $25.00, and it's worth THREE times
.that amount. We will be pleased to SHOW YOU the
merits of this Vacuum Cleaner without any obligation on
your part to purchase. Step to your phone now, and
say, J'223, please."- We will do the rest.
We liave n Special Bicycle Flashlight, which can be
used intermitently Qr continuously to a great advantage.
lt will burn continuously for 15 hours; or 40 hours if
burned only at intervals. This is an extra strong battery,
and the extra .batteries are;.unusually cheap. This flash
light, ??npfaX?; t$ only. . ..$2.00
H?W"Lanterns, same battery, but without the fancy
covering, sells Tor.?.' . . .$1.25
Or sam?Handr?Lantern, made with a nice case. . .$1.50
Extra batteries for any of these flnsrilighu only. .25c
This invention is undoubtedly the greatest accessory to
your wife's dressing table, or for your own convenience
in shaving at ni?ht, that is on the market, at any price.
. 'im. ml
We know of several persons now using the Mirrorlite '
in Anderson, who would not part with them for several
times the price., ll is ?n?y.$2.50
SOUTHERN PUBLIC UTILITIES CO.
WEST WHITNER STREET Phon?rNo. 223
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o IVA NOTES y
Prof. Cliff I). Coleman and wife
spent the week-end with the tatters
mother in the Lebanon section.
Mrs. Harper Hall and Misses Vera
and Ruby Spoon were shopping In
Ai. der son Saturday.
Mr. A. O. Thompson of Starr, .was a
business visitor here Saturday.'
Mr. and Mrs. W. Prank McGee and
little daughter, Edna have returned
from a few days stay With relatives
in Troy and McCormick
Mr. Jim Harden and wife of Lown
des ville were visiting relatives in
town this week.
_ Mr. Clem McGee of Anderson spent
the week-end with his mother, Mrs.
Mr. Le Roy Sadler has returned from
a business trip to Mt. Carmel.
Miss Mayelll Huckabee spent a
short while In town Monday with
Mrs. H. M. S ch limpest of Gregg
Shoals was the guest Monday of Mrs.
J. D. Wilson.
Mr. and Mrs. Feaster Jones of Starr
visited at the home of Mrs. Marshall
Rev. R. P. Kerr of Bradley was the
guest Friday night of Rev. S. J. Hood.
Mrs. Jesse Albon of Bowman. Ga.,
IR viaiting her aunt. HM, T, " A*
Mr. Walter Davis of Bowersville,
Ga., is spending u whCe with relatives
Mrs. J. W. Lambrcth of Kingston,
Ga , is hare to see ber father. Mr. T. A.
Stevenson who is quite Ul
Mr. and Mrs. T. OJ' Jackson. Miss
Lois Jackson and Rev. J. R. McKee
and wife spent a few hours In Ander
son Tuesday shopping.
The many friends ot Mr. T. A. Stev
enson will fc? sorry to know that He
is seriously ill. and* little^hopes are
entertained for his recovery.
Mr. James Dusenberg of Anderson
was a business visitor here Mondsy.
Mrs. W. T. Burriss and Mrs. J. C.
Jones spent Tuesday in Anderson
Mrs. J. A. Mc Alister bss returned
from a short ?tay .with her parents
Dr. and Mrs. R. E. Thompson ot Flat
Mr. A. G. Stevenson who has been
spending the winter in Orlando, Flori,
aa has retufned home
Dr. J. A. Anderson ot Ant revi lie
was here a short wilie Tuesday.
AND CASTOR OlL
If cross, feverish, constipated,
give "California Syrup of
Look back at your childhood days.
Remember the "dose" mother insisted
on-castor oil, calomel, cathartics.
Mow you hated them, how. yon-fought
against taking them. /
With our children lt's different.
Mothers who cling to the old form of
physic simply don't realize what they
do. ; The chidren's revolt is well
founded. Their tender little "insides"
are injured by them.
If your child's stomach, liver and
bowles need cleansing, give only deli
cious "California Syrup of Figs " lu
action ?s positivo, but gentle, Millions
of mot serte keep this harmless '"mit
laxative" handy; they know chl>-tren
! love to take lt; that it never falle to
I clean the liver and bowels and sweet
en the stomach, and that a teaspoon
ful given today saves a sick child to
Ask your druggist for a 50-ceat bot
tle of "California Syrup of Figs."
which has foll directions for babies,
children ot all ages and for grown-ups
plainly on each bottle. Beware Ot
counterfeit? sold here. See that it is
made by "California Fig Syrup Com
pany." Refuse any other kind with
Proper Treatment For Biliousness.
For a long time Miss Lula Skelton,
Churchville. N. Y., was bilious Md
had ?lek headache and dizzy spells.
Chamberlain's Tablets were the only
thing that gave her permanent relief.
?Ot ggC RAC Hi KIOHiVS AUS ? LA J Oki
Why not sweep without raising
Dustless Floor Oil
Will keep the dust down.
Guest Paint Go.,
"Guest sells the fcest.'
AV. Earl St.
CALOMEL WHEN BILIOUS? NO! STJ?P1
MAKES YOU SICK AND SALIVATES
Wi Um Tm" fc ifimiess T?
Cton V*r S?agtfsli UT9T
Ugh! Cakmel mases yow sick. It'?
horrible ! Take ? do?? of ibo dangerous
drug tonight ?Ad tomorrow- you may ieee
a dav's work.
('alomo! I? mercury or cmVekslhrer
which causes' necrosis of the bon^i.
Calomel, when "lt comes Into contact
with ?our bile crashes into lt. breakias
It up. Ti.:? U when yon f?*l that awful
nausea sad cramping. ?f yon ?re slag
rtlsh and "all knocked out," if your
liver in torpid and bowels constipated
or you have headache. ri laziness, coated
teague, If br* ?iii h bod or t?om*ch sour,
inrt irv a spnonfhl of harnjles* Dodson's
Liver ?.'oap tonight on my guarantee.
HeraV tay gcarawttc-43o to atty drug
store and get a 60 cent bottle of Dod
son's Liver Tone. Take a spoonful and
if it doesn't straighten you right up
and make yon feel fine and vigorous I
rvunt you to go back to the store and
get your mosey. Dodson's Liver Tone
i* destroying the sale of calomel because
it ii nr.i tiver medici ive ; cati rely vege
table, therefore it can not salivate or
wake yon ?lek.
I guarantee that one spoonful of Dod
s*<n's Liver Tone will put your sluggish
liver to work and,clean your bowels of
that soar biki abd constipated, waste
which ts clogging your system and mak
ing you feel miserable. I guarantee that
a bottle of Dodson's Liver 'Tons will
keep your ea tl ve family feollr^? Une for
months. Give it to your children. It ia
banales*; doesn't gripe-sud they liku its