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Our Saturday Sale
For Saturday, March 13 We Will Sell
Eggs.15c per ?oz
Choice Number 1 Irish Potatoes 20c
10 lb bucket Snow Drift Lard 95c
25 lb bucket Snow Drift Lard $1.90
(Limit l bucket to u customer >.
Thc goods things to eat on your Sunday
dinner table can be supplied by this store
better than any in Anderson.
Our Fresh Green Vegetables and Fruits
Appeal tc Any Appetite
And should you want chickens, ducks,
geese or turkeys, remember we are better
equipped to sell you clean, healthy poultry
than any store in the State, our "Sanitary
Chicken Runway" is a feature of the pure
With us quality is first, you will also find
us liberal, as we divide our profits with you
and our advertisements with our competi
One of our Specialties:
Kingan's Hams, Cheese and Bacon
South Side Grocery Company
5 Salesmen 4 Deliveries 2 rhones, 74 and 98
We will buy tor CA8H
' 50 Gees*
South Sids Grocery
SUMMER SCHOOL FOR
4 COUNTIES PLANNED
FELTON WOULD UNITE
TEACHERS OF ANDERSON,
Doein't Think We? of Plan for
Summer School at Newberry.
Too Far Away
'?(.linty Superintendent of Educa
tion, J. B. Kelton lias returned from
Newberry, where he went Thursday
to meet with county superintendents
of education Of l.uurens. Greenwood,
Spartanburg, Saluda and Newberry
this year for the benetll of teachers
of the counties named.
Mr. Felton st at ?M1 ii'.inn his return
yesterday that he thought it unwise
for Anderson to attempt participation
tn thc plan, as Newberry wno too tar
removed, lt h< bul ;. short distance
fa.th.r to Kock Hill, hu stated, and
loachera could attend the summer
school at Winthrop College about ns
ca y ar. they could go toy one at New
lt ,H probable thal laurens und I
Ne'A berry counties will combine and
hold :. summur Behool ai N< wherry,
Mr. Kelton stateii, even though none
ot thc other counties named Join ?j
with them. j'
"I am working on n pinn to have
Anderson* Ocbnce, Pichona and
Greenville counties unit,, in a sum
mer Behool to be held at Clemson
College." said Mr. Kelton, ."and I
think the pian will K<> through." Tho
superintendent stated that ho had
been working on Hitch a plan for
>?(.ni? tinto, and wa ; confldont that thu
other three counties of the Piedmont
section would join in.
Mr. Felton stat"'l that he would
have .turned to lb? Newberry plia
of a Bummor BC'toe 1 ha.! they con
templated holding tile . school at |
Gr.-tnwood. inste iJ of Newberry. j
I Personal i
W. F. Hanks of Ivo was among
' the visitor; In th? city yesterday.
W. C). Bowie of St??rr was ii visitor
j m tlie etty yesterday. I
.lohn T. Milford of the country
j tpent yesterday in the citj .
A. (>. Thompson ol Marr was a
! visitor in the City Friday.
i W. n. King, former sheriff of the
I county, was in 'he city yesterday.
S. V. Mitckenfuss of Greenclilo!
wai in the city yesterday on bind-1
Tillman Brown of Starr waa In thc
city yesterday for a sho.t while.
J. W. Brown of Starr vat ninon?;
the viMiiorh in the city yesterday.
W, O. Merrit or the Robert* sec
tion wai in the city yesterday.
A. G. Worn! of WlllhtlUSton wast
among the visitors in the city yes
S. G, Gregory has returned to
Greenville after a short visu hera.
12. Gi Evans of Pendleton was j
a\i mg tho visitors in the city yes- I
Mba Leila Hammond of William
son ls the guest of Mi?8 Lola Dell
Mrs, Kennedy und Mrs. Nelle
Moore of Due Wvis? are. the guests of
Mr.;. John K. Hoof.
Darken Gray Hair,
Look Young, Pretty
?Sage and Sulphur Darken? So
Naturally That Nobody
Almost everyone knows that Sage
Toa and Si'.phur. properly compound
ed, bring? back thc natural color and
1 uatre to the hair when faded, streak
ed or gray; also ends dandruff. Itch
ing scalp and stops falling hair.
Years ago the only, way to get thU
mixturo was to make lt at home,
which ls mussy and troublesome.
Nowadays, by asking at any drug
store for "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur
Compound" y m will get ?a large bot
tle of this famous old recipe for about
Don't utay gray. Try it; No one
can possibly tlel that you darkened
your hair, as lt does lt so naturally
and evenly. You dampen a sponge or
soft brim h with it and draw 'this
through your hair, taking one email
strang at a time; by morning, tba
gray hair3disappears, and after an
other application or two, your hair
becomes beautifully dark, thick and*
Proper Treatment For Biliotcuness.
For a long time Miss Lula Skelton,
Churchvlile, N. Y., was bilious and
had sick headache and disxy snells.
Chamberlain's Tableta were the only
thing that giro har pern?nont r??e*.
HKS. tr. A. UUDGE.NS, Kdllnr
lu Honor <.* .link'?? and Mr?- 1
A beautiful ?Miincr I?M: i y ami u
charming eomplimenl to two
prominent visitors wi- K,v?"< 0:1
Thursday evening bv lion, ami Mia.
.1 K. iircazealc in honor <-i Judge
ami Mrs. Frank 13. Bury. Their
home on South .Main st eef is always
an uti ruc live spot to their friends,
and on this ocasi?n when bright
with many beautiful flowers and brll
iiant lights, it pr?senti I mi espec
ially festive seen?. An eleganl eight
course dinner was temptingly nerved,
the table being most bi nut If tilly ar
rayed in a rich yellow udor scheme.
With daffodils in prolusion every
where. The place cards were hand
painted with quaint dutch figures,
.hose Invited lo meet Judge and Mrs.
Gary were: Gen. and Mi M. L. Bou
han! Dr. and Mrs. Ja.s. I*. Kinard. Dr.
and Mrs. .John F. Vine.';. Dr. and Mrs.
\. L. Smothers. Mrs. William ll. Over.
.man, Mr. Clyde Smith.
GnestH ti! Hill-Slosh Wedding.
Ihc following visitors were in
town yesterday for the Hill-Sloan
Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Webb. Bal ba
Heights, Panania; Mr. Spencer Per-1
Mn, Columbia; Mr. und Mrs. Frank
II. Hill ami Messrs. s. \V. and F. H.
HIB, Jr.. Hlghlund. N. C.: Mrs. J. A.
McGuire ami Mrs. Tims. Sheppard.
Hendorsonv.llle, N. C.; Dr. and Mrs.
B. t'. Frlerson, Belton; M '. and Mr?,
ry, p. Sloan, Mr. Prue Sloan. Mrs. A.
K. Pr?vost, Mr. Bl S. Provost. Mrs.
Raymond Beattie, Mrs. S. H. Byron,
Miases Norryco. Mr. W. H. Frazer,
I). I).. Mr. Goo. Bagle, Mrs. Jno,
Sadlor, Mr. and Mrs. Belton Evans,
Misses Evans, Mr. Archie Cathrsrt.
Mr. Tom Maxwell and Mr. M.
Mis* Agnes Speights of Lowndes
ville and .Miss Katherine Mooro of
Columbia aro spending inverai days
With friends here.
Little Mfsn Sara Grnyton wai thc
attractive young hostess yesterday
afternoon for the, numbera of thc
Toa Party Girls' club. In an inter
esting little contest tho prize U!.i3
won by Misri Bulh Keeso after which
delightful refreshment,; were served.
Mr.-?. Fretwell Entertains Priscilla |
Thc Priscilla (Tub was charmingly
entertained on Friday morning by
Mru. Raymond Fretwejl at lier home
oh Franklin street, lt was a delight
fully pleasant and informal meeting
and inly enjoyed by the members
Pleasant Meetings of Due West
A lu ni nae. .
An unusually nleasant meeting of
the Due Wost Alumnae was held yes
icrday afternoon with Mrs. John IC.
Hood on Marshall avenue. Beside';
ihe members there were several vis
itors present which added to the
pleasure of tho occasion. Mrj. Bar
ton, the first vice president presided,
and Mrs. J. Irwing Brownlco was
elected president in the place of Mrs.
E. W. Masters, who resigned. France
was the subject for the afternoon and
several Interesting papers were read.
"The Cust ms of the French Peo
ple" by Mrs. Guv \orris3, "The Part
France is Taking in th? War," by
Mrs. Daisy Wilson. "Paris" by Miss
Jean Harris. "The French Woracu."
by Mrs. .M. M. Maltuon. After the
program, B delightful social half
hour was spent. Mrs. Hood assisted
by little Misses Martha and Margar
et Hood, nerving a dainty sweet
course. The hostess was also assist
ed in her duties by Mr. Kennedy and
Mrs. Nelle Moore.
IMrs. S. M. Orr has returned from a
stay of several month.?? with lier son
S. M. Orr, Jr., at Heardraoat, Ga.
Mrs. Geo. Aide has returned from
St. LOUIB where she has been spend
ing Bevcral weeks with relatives. She
Is the guest of her mother, Mrs. S. M
FUNERAL OF Mit. GEER
Held Yesterday Afternoon nt Bel'on
In Presence Large Number
The funern'i services of Mr. H. M.
Geer, of Belton, who died Thursday
afternoon, were held this afternoon at
his residence, conducted ly the Rev.
W. T. Tate, of RatcRburg, who waB
for some 1? yearn paeder of tho Bap
tist church at Belton ot which Mr.
Qeer was a devoted member. Inter
ment was in the cemetary at Belton.
''Lead Kindly Light" was sung bv
a quartette composed of Messrs. J. T.
West, G. S. Cuthbert. J. T. Cox and
Max Rice. The accompaniment was
played by Mrs. W. A. Clement. At the
close of the services "Jesus Lover of
MV Soul" was renderer!.
Tho floral offerings were exquisite
and numerous. One particularly beau. '
ttful wreath wan sent bv the ?-olorod
?orvants of the Belton Hotel of which
Mr. Geer was proprietor.
Arnon* tho out of town attendants
nt the funeral were' Messrs. Ed.
Sbanklln. of Easlev: W, F. Cox. L. L
Rice end C. W. McGee, pf Anderson;
Prof. M. T>. Earle. Senator and Mr??.
Wilton Karie. Mr. ?nd Mrs. W. W.
Collier ?nd Mrs. Mary Barton. v>?
GreenvIB?: R. J. Alderman, of A'colu;
Mr, ?nd Mrs. George Bishop, of Green
Mr. Geer waa 61 years of aga the
day of burial.
RECEPTION COMMITTEE IS
TO BE NAMED TO MEE'r
BOYS AT STATION
Committee Appointed to Select a
Site for Location of the
Tentative plans for the entertain
ment of the clemson College cadet
corps, who will encamp here March
22-26, were discussed yesterday af
ternoon at a meeting of the amuse
ment committee ot the chamber of
commerce, at organization headquart
ers at fi : S?? o'clock, Plans for the ap
proaching chautauqua were also dis
cussed, but nothing definite decided
The committee appointed P. II.
Crayton a committee of one to ?elect
a reception hoard, whose duty it will
i . to meet the cadets upon their ar
rival in the city on Monday afternoon.
The cadets will leave Clemson Col
lege soon after breakfast on the
morning of Monday, March 22, and
march to Sandy Springs, whore they
will have dinner. At this place they
will entrain for Anderson, on special
cara which will bo operated for that
purpose. The cadets should arrive in
tho city about 1 o'clock, and will
immediately go to the camp, which
will bc In readiness for them, on the
Roberts property on North Main
At the meeting of the amusement
committee T. Frank WatRins ami
Dr. A. L. SmeUters were appointed as
a committee to select a. local.on for
tho Redpath Chautauqua, whirh will
hold forth hero for a week during the
month of May.
IN THE CONTEST
For Motorcycle to be Given
Away By Well Known To
Firsl returns or the voting contest
for the motorcycle which ls being
given away by a well known tobacco
concern and which is on display in the
?how window of the Owl Drug com
pany have bten rofcelvcd in thc city.
'i hu following list 1" hyW ?ii?; tx.,.} a
stood after tho first week, and no
mill is quoted after the name of the
1. Ii. H. Cargill.
2. W. E. Biggs.
^ .R. E. W'hitmire.
4. \V. E. Childs,
fi. Rood Jackson.
<; J. G. Fredericks.
7. C. F. Shaw.
8. W. P. Peace.
9. John Rodgers.
10. Tom Ellison.
11. H. Henderson.
12. S. K. Higginbottom.
13. E. S. Ward.
14. J. H. Allon.
15. B. Weils.
16. P. Ham p soy.
I?. J. Jennings.
18. W. D. Pike.
19. H. Campbell. '
20. Geo. Embler.
21. C. C. Stenhenson.
22. -W. F. "Kirby.
23. B. L. Barnett.
24. R. Ayers.
25. F. McConnell.
2G. P. F. Bowen-Tied: S. L. Mull.
W. F. Picken s. R. Fennell. W. Haw
kins, W. R. Simpson. W. Gibson.
27. F. Gordon. A. Lee.
o ANDERSON COLLEGE o
One ot the spots In Anderson which
attract the eye of the stranger Is what
is known as the "Old Murray Place.'
When the artist. Mr. Crane was here
last year he said be bad rather own
it than any place in town, as V had
more possibilities for development,
along artistic lines than any other.
He was pleased with the dignity, the
atmosphere and air of refinement
there. The college is pleased to re
ceive a number of shrubs and plants
from thia "old timey yard". given bj
MIBS Nan Lerv.is. The management
very grateful for this favor.
Miss Lenora Thompson of Laurens
has entered the dormitory aa a stu
dent hore. She ls most cordially wel
comed by all.
These balmy bracing days have
brought to lifo the out-of-door spirit
among the students and faculty, The
tennis and basket ball courts are tull
ot enthusiastic sport lovers.
The college Y. W. C. A. gives a
benefit tea this afternoon in the stu
? 1 . .? ,
Atter "Three Years.
Noxon's Hippodrome shows, a com
bination of circus, wild west and car
nival features which showed Ander
son about three years ago, bas leased
the A. E. Moore circus lot and'will
exhibit' there one w dc commencing
Monday, April 6. Tt-.e big aggregation
will arrive Sunday, April 4th on their
own special train. Tho grounds will
be brilliantly illuminated at. night, and
the. trolley compsry. '/il furnish fast
service to accor?odate the crowds.
Thia company oaten specially to ?he
ladies and children and special ponce
servier has been Hocured for this
event vo that good order will be main
tained throughout the engagement.
The advertisements giving full details
1 of the big show will appear soon.
Watch fe .> them.
We Have the Greatest
wo have ever shown before, and
they aro beauties, too.
You will agree with us when
you see them.
Dull Calf and Patent
$2.00, $2.50 and $3.00
Get 'em at Thomp
son's and save the dif
For Spot Casi
For Today Only
3 cans String Beans, loc values.25c
3 cans Puree of Tomato, i 5c value.25c
Lima Deans, J 5c values . ...10c
White Asparagus Tips, 35c value.25c
White Cherries, 3 5c values..30c
3 Cans Kraut.v.25c
Fresh Norway Mackerel, 5 for'.50c
4 lbs New York State Full Cream Cheese_90c
. risli Potatoes, per peck ..?SDC
Oranges.. .15c, 20c mn? 2Rc
English W.ilnuts. per pound..20c
Sun dried Apples, 4 lbs ....25c
Dozen cans Tomatoes.95c
Chunk Pine Apple, per can.15c
Pan (Jake Flour, per package.10c
3 cans Okra and Tomatoes.25c
Can Cresco, 5oc value .. ..45c
A Heal Surprise.
Ou last ' Friday. March . 5, tho
daughters pf Mrs. W. J. Vandlver sur
prised their good, sweet mother with
an oldtime quilting, she hoing absent
at the time gave them ample time to
urrango for it without her knowing
of lt. The ?Jsy was a most dreary
one. raining in torrent? at timos, hut
this did not keep lier dear ffiehtlp
away, as was seen for at. 10 o'clock'!
they carno In one by ono. and wero
met at the door by Mrs. Thoo. Wat
son and Emmie Vandh'ar, who usher
ed them up stairs to good warm
rooms. After greeting tho hostess,
who had slipped up unawares the
quilts wero thought of. There they,
were all up and ready for work and
it was wonderful how those old In
dios could use their needles. Prompt
ly at 12 o'clock an old fashioned din
ner was served, the table being laden
with all thc good things to eat. Tho
centerpleco was a huge bowl of but
tercups as the sweet course whs be
ing served. The candles on the cake
were lightcij, 64 in number, which
told the years of this dear mother.
Those present were: Mrs. Eliza
Hammond, Mrs. J. W. Greori Mrs.
John Kay, Mrs. F. Kowakkl, Mrs. T.
M. Vandlver, Mrs. E.* M. Dacworth,
DONT STAY MIC
"DodSM's liver Tons" Will Clean Your
Sluggish thu Better to Calomel
aid CH Nil Salivate.
Calomel make? yon sick r von loss a
d.w v work. Calomel i* quicksilver ur.d
it "salivate*-, calomel injure? your liver.?>
If you are bilious; feel lnr.y, *higgi?U
and all knocked out, if your bowels ar?
roittuirmted and your head Saltea or
.tomnclt I* '.mr, kuti take a spoonful cf
hanni CH* IfcmWn'a Livi-r Ton? irwtrad
of wdrig sk-kening, Mlivntins? calomel.
lh\?^T*iver Tone is real liver ntcdi
cln? # Von1!! know it wxt morning bc
?au? ion .Drill, wake up ffellng fine,
' your '1ivt?r will l>e working, your head',
?rho and divine*? gone, your stomach
will he ?U'Mtt on.', hru'rlt T^l**?. Ystt.'
will iori Hive vrorklnjt. You'M I? rht.fr
ft?i fwU of en*rgy, rigor and ambition.
Mrs. J. W. White, Mrs. C. C. King,
Mrs. Mary Jolly, Mrs. T. L. Wehb.
Mrs. Lucinda Welborn, Mrs. Lou
Keaton, Mrs. Anton Rhody, Mrs.
Sloan McConnell, Mrs. R. J. Pool,
Mrs. John Bailey, Mrs. Theo. Watson,
As thc twilight began to fall there
waaf*, sound of music below calling
a]l from their work to listen, to that
Breg now song, "Beautiful Star . of
HegVen," played by Master Fred Wat
son,- grandson of Mrs. Vandlver. Bach
one went away wishing the mother
many more happy birthdays. Thc
proqents were numerous and- bean
ful. which told of their love for her.
TEN YEAR'S MISERY ENDED.
J. T. Chambers, morchant, Jones
boro, Ark., writes: "Foley Kidney Pills
cured me. of a ten-year standing eaae
of rheumatism. I suffered miserably.
A friend told me of being cured; so I
used them, and they cured me, too."
Most middle aged men and women are
glad to learn that Foley Kidney Pills
afford a way to escape sleep disturb
ing bladder weakness, backache, rheu
matism, puffiness under eyes, sift and
swoolen Joints, and other ills attribut
ed to kidney troubles. Evan's Phar
IKES YOU SICK.
Your draggi*, or dealer sells you c.
3d cent bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone ?
under ray personal guarantee that ii _
will clean, your sluggish liver better (hun
nasty calomel; it won't make you siele
and you cs? eat Anything you want
without being ?athuted. - Your druggist
guarantees that each spoonful will start
your liver, clean your Itow?ls and
straighted you up by morning or you
gr>t \oiir monty back, Children gladly
take Dodson'? Liver Tone because it is
plnuntnt tauting and doesn't grip* w
?rstup or make them sick. ' #
1 am ?eliing million* of bottles ol
Dodson's Liver Ton? to-people who have
found that this pleasant vegetable, liver
medkir* ?shea tba pla.?! dangerous
Miiniir' OUT UM BO?MV on tty W?fuaa,
rfll&b'ie ^tiarantoo, Ask, your druggUt
about me. '