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TODAY S PROGRAM
OLIVER'S GLOOM KILLERS
"THE GRAND REVIEW"
MOVIES FOR TODAY
"THE TENNESSEE HILLS"
K. B. two reel
"HOGAN'S ROMANCE UPSET"
Remember, please! Our prices now are 5c
?nd 10c to all and satisfaction guaranteed.
We DO NOT close for supper.
Our Saturday Sale
For Saturday, March 13 We Will Sell
Eggs.15c pei* doz
Choice Number 1 Irish Potatoes 20c
10 lb bucket Snow Drift Lard 95c
25 lb bucket Snow Drift Lard $1.90
(Limit 1 burke! to n 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 3011 want chickens, ducks,
geese or turkeys, remember we are better
equipped to sell you clean, healthy poultry
tiran any store in the State, our "Sanitary
Chicken Runway" is a feature of the pure .
W ith 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 Phones, 74 and 98
We will buy tor CASH
' GO Geese
South Sid? Grocery
<u- . , . ' i - _^-:
SUMMER SCHOOL FOD
4 COUNTIES PLANNED
FELTON WOULD UNITE
TEACHERS OF ANDERSON,
Doesn't Think Well of Plan for
Summer School at Newberry.
Too Far Away
'.(.unty Superintendent of Educa
tion, J, ):. Pelton ha? returned iron.
Newberry, where he went Thursday
tn meet with county auperlnteodents
or education of Laurena, Gleenwood,
Spartanburg. Saluda and Newberry
this rear for the benefit of teachers
of thc counties named.
Mr. Pelton stated upon lils return
yesterday that ho (hough) lt unwise
for Anderson to attempt participation
in tho plan, as Newberry waa too far
removed, lt ls bul i- short distance
favtlicr "< lto<-k Hill. Ito Btated, and
touchers could attend the summer
school at Winthrop College about as
easy ar they could go tn\one at New
lt 1H probable thal Laurens n'ld
Newberry counties will combine anti
hold n BUrnmori school at Newberry.
Mr. Pelton Btated, even though none
of thc other co?ntlcn named Jolt?,
"I atti working on a plan to have
Anderson* Oc?nee, l'?ckcna nnd
Greenville counties unite In a aum
mor school to be held nt Clemson
College," said Mr. Felton, *,and 1
think the plan will go through." The
superintendent stated that ho had
been working on such a plan for
some timo, and wa; conildonl that the
other three counties of tho Piedmont
section would Join In.
.Mr. Kelton stated Hun ho would
have agreed to the Nowberry pinn
ol ? Bummor sc* tuc I ha.' they lon
Ifinplated holding thc . school :it
Greenwood, Inste ?J cf Newberry.
I Personal |
W. P. Hank? of Iva was among
the visitor; In the city yesterday.
W. O. Bowie of Starr waa a vh:>tor
in the city yesterday.
John T. .Milford of Lie country
lapent yesterday in the e;?>.
A. (?. Thompson ol Star: \sas a
visitor in thc cdt y Fridfty.
W. B. King, former sheriff of thu
county, was in the city yesterday .
T.. V. Mucken fuss of (?reenclllc
wai in the city yesterday on busi
Tillman Brown or Starr was In the
city yesterday for a short while.
J. W. Brown of Starr was ninon:;
the visitors in the city yesterday.
W. O. Merrit of the Roberts KC
tlon wa j In the city yesterday.
A. (}. Wood of Will t.! m sion wnH
among the visitors in ?ho city yes
S. C. Gregory han returned to
Greenville after a short vlsi: hero.
E. G. Evans of Pendleton was
among thc visitors In the city yes
Mba Leila Hammond of William
ston is the guest of Miss Lola Dell
Mrs. Kennedy and Mrs. Nelle
.Moore of Duo Weat Rre.the guests of
Mrs; lohn K. Hoo^.
Darken Gray Hair,
Look Young, Pretty
Sage and Sulphur Darkens So
Naturally That Nobody
Almost everyone knows that Sage
Ten and Su'nhur. properly compound
ed, brings Lack tho natural color and
bistro to the hair when faded, stresk
ed or gray; also ends dandruff, Itch
ing scalp and stops falling hair.
Years ngo thc only, woy to get inls
mixture wa? to make it at home,
which ls mussy and troublesome.
Nowadays, by caking at any drug
?atore for "Wyeth's 8sge and Sulphur
! Compound" you will get ? large bot
tle of this famous old recipe for about
! CO cents.
Don't stay gray. Try it! No ode
can possibly tie] that you darkened
your hair, as lt does it so naturally
and evenly. You dampen a sponge or
Nott brush with it and draw 'thia
j through your hair, taking one amati
strang at a time; by morning, the
gray hair disappears, and .after an
other application or. two. .pour hair
becomes beautifully dark, tutck and'
Proper Treatment For Billofisnes*.
For a long time* Misa Lula Skelton,
Churchvllle. N. Y.. was bilious and
had elck headache and dlsiy spells.
Chamberlain's Tableta were the only
thing that gave her permanent relier.
HKS. tr. A. in BM:.NS, Bailor
lu Honor i?? Judge ai??! Mr?. lhir>.
A beautiful dinner party ami a j
(harming compliment t" v'r
prominent visitera wus r' . ' ??.'
Thuraday ev?nilig by Hun. ami Mi?.!
J. B. Brcazcalo in honor ot Judge
and Mrs;. Frank ll. Gary. Ttndr
home on South Main st <'< t is always
an attractive spot to their frmmls.
and on thia occasion when b.dght
with many beautiful flower? and bril
liant Hghtit. it present' I au espec
ially lesli scene. An elegant eight
course dinner was temptingly served,
the tubb* being most beautifully ar
rayed in a rich yellow ? olor sc heme,
with daffodils in prolusion every
where. The place cards were hand
printed With quaint clutch figures,
.hose Invited to meet Judge and Mrs.
Gary were: Gen. and Mr i. M. L. Bon
ham" Hr. and Mrs. Jas. I?. Kinaru. Dr.
an'* Mrs. John F. Vines. Fr. and Mrs.
IA. L. Smethers; Mr?. William ll. Over,
.man, Mr. Clyde Smith.
Guest* ut lllll-Sloah IVcilding.
The following visitors wore in
town yesterday for thc Illll-Sloan
Mr. and Mrs. Lindan Webb, Balba
I'Heights, Panama: Mr. Spencer Per
vrin. Columbia; Mr. and Mr:,. Frank
II. Hill and Messrs. S. \V. and P. M.
illili, Jr., Highland, N. C ; Mrs. J. A.
f McGuire and Mrs. Tho?. Shepperd,
! Hendersonville, N. C.; Br. and Mrs.
B. C. Prlerson, Helton: M \ and Mrs.
I). P. Sloan, Mr. Prue Sloan, Mrs. A.
K. Provost. Mr. E. S i'revost, Mr:.
Raymond Beattie. Mrs. S. H. Byron,
Misses Norryco, Mr. \\. ll. Fraze.-.
1). I).. Mr. Geo. Fugle. Mr.;. .ino.
Sadler. Mr. and Mrs. Belton Brans,
Misses Evans, Mr. Archie Cathcart.
Mr. Tom Maxwell and Mr. C. M.
j Mis? Agnes Speights of Lowndes
i ville and Miss Katherine Moore of
j Columbia aro spending loverai days
i with fi lends herc.
Little Miss Sara Drayton was the
attractive young hostess yesterday
afternoon for the mt .libers of thc
Toa Party Girls' dub. In an Inter
esting little contest the prise was
won by Miss Ruth Kecso after which
delightful refreshment} were served.
Mrs. Indwell Entertains Priscilla
The Priscilla Flub was charmingly
entertained on Friday morning by
Mrs- ltuymoud Fretwejl. Ht her home
cn Franklin street. It was n delight
fully pleasant and informal moating
and fuly enjoyed by the members
Pleasant Meetings wi Uno West
AI ti tu imo.
An unusually nleasant meeting of
thc Duo West Alumnae was held yes
terday afternoon with Mrs. John ii.
Hood on Marshall avenue. Beside-,
the members there w-:ro several vis
itors pre-^nt which added to the
pleasure 01 tho occasion. Mrj. Har
ton, the first, vico president presided,
and Mrs. J. Irwing Brownlee was
elected president in tho piuco of Mrs.
E. W. Masters, who resigned. France
was the subject for the afternoon and
several Interesting papers were read.
"Thc Customs or the French Peo
ple" by Mrs. Guv Xorriss. "The Part
France i8 Taking in the War." by
Mrs. Daisy Wilson. "Paris" bv Miss
Jean Harris. "The French Women,"
by Mrs. M. M. Mallison. After tho
program. ft delightful social half
hour was spent. Mrs. Hood assisted
by little Misses Martha and Margar
et Hood, serving a dainty sweet
course. The hostess was also assist
ed in her duties by Mr. Kennedy and
Mrs. Nelie Mooro.
Mrs. S. M. Orr has returned from a
stay of several months with her son.
S. M. Orr. Jr., nt Hcnrdraont, Ga.
Mrs. Geo. Aide has returned from
St. Louis win 3 she has been spend
ing several weeks with relatives. She
is thc guest of her mother. Mrs. S. M.
FUNERAL OF MR. GEER
Held Yesterday Afterneon at Relton
In Presence Lnrge Number
The funeral services of Mr. H. M. I
Geer, of Belton, who died Thursday!
afternoon, were held this afternoon at
his residence, conducted ty the Rev.
W. Ti Tate, of Bntesburg, who wael
for some 16 years pastor of tho Bop-I
tint church at Belton of which Mr.
Geer wes a devoted member. Inter
ment was In the cemetery at Belton.
.' ''Lead Kindly Light'* was song bv
a quartette composed of Messrs. J. T.
West, O. S. Cuthbert. J. T. Cox and
Max Rice. The nc ? ompnnintent was
played by Mrs. W. A. Clement. At the
clone of the services "Jesus Lover of
Mv Soul" was rendered.
The floral offerings were exquisite
and numerous. Ono particularly bean,
ttful wreath was sent bv thc c olored
servants of the Belton Hotel of which
Mr. Geer was proprietor.
Amntir the out of town attendants
at the funeral were: Messrs. Ed.
Shjvnklln. of F?afev: W. F. Cox. L. I*
Tile? end C. NV. Mi-Goo. of Anderson;
Prof. M. 1). Earle. Senator and Mri.
Wilton Earle. Mr. and Mrs. W. W.
Collier and Mr?. Mary Barton, of
Greenville: R. J. Alderman, of >'color
I Mr, nnd Mrs. George Bishop, of Green
I wood. v ,
I Mr. Geer was SS years of ft ir tho
RECEPTION COMMITTEE IS
TO BE NAMED TO MEET
BOYS AT STATION
Coaarnittee Appointed to Select a
Site for Location of the
Tentative plans for the entertain*
nient of the Clemson College cadet
corps, who will encamp hore March
22-26. were discussed yesterday af
ternoon at a meeting of the amuse
ment committee of the chamber of
commerce, at organization headquart
ers ut 5:30 o'clock. Plans for Mic ap
proaching chautauqua wera als~ dis
cussed, hut nothing definite decided
Tho committee appointed P. ll.
Cray ton a committee of one to B6lec1
u reception hoard, whose duty it will
I . to meet (he cadets upon their ar
rival ?ii the city on Monday afternoon.
Tho 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
cars which will be operated for that
purpose. The cadets should uri ive in
thc city about 1 o'clock, und will
immediately go to the camp, which
v. ill he in readiness for I hem, on the
.Roberts property on North Muin
At the meeting of the amusement
committee T. Kruuk Wat R Ins und
Dr. A. L. Sniet,liers were appointed cs
a committee to select a. location for
tin lied path Chautauqua, which will
hold forth here for a week during the
month of May.
i CARGILL LEADING
IN THE CONTEST
For Motorcycle to be Given
Away Ey Well Known To
First returns of the voting contest
for the motorcycle which is b;iing
given away by H well known tobacco
concern and which is on display in the
tiiloiv whitlow u? ?lit- wwi i)?"iig i'???i
pany have bren received in the city.
The following list is how tho l>oys
mill is quoted after thc name of the
1. ?. 1). Cargill.
2. W. E. Uiggs.
.lt. E. Whitmiro.
4. W. E. Childs.
5. Heed Jackson.
t? J. G. Fredericks.
7. C. F. Shaw.
8. \V. P. Peace.
9. John . Rodgers.
10. Tom Ellison.
11. il. Henderson. .
12. S. K. Higginbottom.
ia. E. S. Ward.
14. J. H. Allen.
15. H. Weils.
16. P. Rampsey.
17. J. Jennings.
18. W. D. Pike.
19. H. Campbell.
20. Geo. Embler.
21. C. C. SteohenBon.
22. -W. F. Kirby.
23. B. L. Barnett.
24. R. Ayers.
25. F. McConnell.
26. P. P. Bowen-Tied: S. L. Mull.
W. F. Piekens, R. Fennell. W. Haw
kins. W. R. Simpson. W. cl Ibsen.
27. F. Gordon, A. Lee.
o ANDERSON COLLEGE o
One of the spots in Anderson which
attract the eve of the stranger is what
is known as the "Old Murray Place.'*
When the artist. Mr. Crane waa here
last year he said he bcd rather own
it ?ha?. any pitae In town, as V had
more possibilities for development,
along artistic lines than any other.
He vail pleased with the dignity, the
atmosphere and air of refinement
there. The college ls pleased to re
ceive a number of shrubs and plants
from this "old tlmey yard" given by
Miss Nan Lewis. Thc management ls
very grateful for this favor.
Miss Lenora Thompson of Laurena
has entered the dormitory as a stu
dent here. She is mDst cordially wel
comed by all.
These balmy bracing days bava
brought to lifo the out-of-door spirit
among the students and faculty. The
tennis and basket ball court? are full
of enthusiastic sport luvets.
Tho college Y. W. C. A. give? a
benefit tea this afternoon in the stu
dent a" parlor.
After Three Tears.
Koxon's Hippodrome shows, a com
bination of Circus, wild west and car
nival features which showed Ander
son about three years ago, has leased
;he A. E. Mooro circus let and will
exhibit there one week commencing
Mo.may. April B. Tho big aggregation
will arrive Sunday, April 4th on their
own spacial train. The grounds will
tie. brilliantly ?iluminated at night, and
thc trolley company rjfA furnish fast
servira to accomodatc the crowds.
This company caters specially to the
ladles and children and special police
service baa- been secured for this
event so that good order will be main
tained throughout ' the engage mont
The advertisements riving foll details
1 of the Mg show will appear coon.
-*7?ij>K tnm. il..?
We Have the Greatest
wo have ever shown before, aod
they ar..' beauties, too.
You will agree with us when
you see thom.
Dull ?.'air and Patent -
$2.00, $2.50 aod $3.00
' Get 'em at Thomp
son's and save the dif
For Spot Cash
For Today Only
3 cans String Beans, loc values.25c
3 cans Puree of Tomato, 15c value.25c
Lima Beans, l 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
A lbs New York State Full Cream Cheese . .. .90c
Irish Potatoes, per peck.25c
Oranges. .15c, 20c anrJ 25c
Ensrlxsh Walnut^ p?? ?2?ttd. .20c
Sun dried. Apples, 4 lbs.23c
Dozen cans Tomatoes.95c
Chunk Pine Apple, per can ..15c
Pan Cake Flour, per package.10c
3 c .ns Okra and Tomatoes.25c
C: n Cresco, 50c value ...* .45c
A Real Surprise.
On la-.* * Friday. March G. the
daughters of Mrs. W. J. Vandiver sur
prised their good, sweet mother with
an oldtime Quilting, she being absont j
at the time gave them ample time, to
ur rang?, for it without her knowing ]
of it. The day was a most dreary j
one, raining In'torrents u\ times. But
this did not keep her dear- frlend?? |
away, as was seen for at. 10 o'cloci?'
they' came in one by one nod wero
met at thc door by Mrs. Theo. Writ
son and Erqmio Vandhtar, wno usher?
ed them up stairs to good warnt
rooms. After greeting tho hostess, j
who had slipped up unawares the [
quilts were thought of. There they
Wero all up and ready for work and |
it was wonderful how those old. la
dies could usc their needles. Prompt
ly at 12 o'clock an old faahioned din
ner was served, the table being laden
with all the good things to eat. The
centerpiece was a huge bowl of but
tercups as the sweet course was be-j
lng served. The candles on the cake \
were lighted, 6'. in number, ' which |
told the ycart ot this dear mother.
Those present were: Mrs. Eliza
Hammond, Mrs. J. W. Orecr, Mrs.
John Kay, VITS. F. Kowabkl, Mrs. T.
M. Vandiver, Mrs. E.* M. Ducworth,
?GH! CALOMEL Ml
DON'T STAY W
"Mn's Liver Tow" Will ?leas Your]
Sluggish UKI Better "Kian Calomel
arri Can KM Salhate.
Calomel make* yen ?ick j you lose a
day** work. Calmnrl h quicksilver sud
it srtli\:U<s: cftiomol injure? your liver.
If jon ore billr.u?; feel laity, sluggi?h '
and ail knocked out, if your bowels ara |
coiiMipMt'd ?nd your lic.id *<di*s OT
Stomach i? ?mir. iu?t take a spoonful o'*
harinlr*? Dodson's Ut*t Tone, innteadj
of n?ing sickening, mliyattnt?. calomel.!
Dod- ?**> Tiver Tone i? real liver raedi
?im . Vt.u'11 know it ner.t morning be-j
j yin von wilt ?v'.:e np feeling dneJ
your liver ?ill bo working, yovr head- ?
arlie ?nd di7/lne*s gone, yonr ?toasacH
will be ??*et ?hil bowel* TCtmlnr. You
Will itr\ HW* wur?;ir,;r You'll I? cWr- ;
fill- full A! ?nnrnv. vifmr ati.t AMh'.tinH. I
Mrs; J. W. White, Mrs. C. C. King,
Mrs. Mary Jolly, Mrs. Tv I .. Wehb,
Mrs. Lucinda Welhorn, Mrs. Lou
Keaton, Mrs. Anton Rhody, Mrs.
Sloan McConnell, Mrs. R. J. Pool,
Mrs. John Balley. 'Mrs. Theo. Watson,
As thc twilight began to tall there
waa; a sound o? music below calling
all from their work to listen to that
ff ?rn new song, "Beautiful J5tar ? of
Hegiren/' played by MaBter' Fred Wat
ton,' grandson of Mrs. Vandiver. Each
one went away wishing the mother
many more happy birthdays. Thc
presorts were numerous and- bean
ful, which, told of their love for her.
TEN TEAK'S MISERY .ENDED.
J. T. Chambers, merchant, Jones
boro, Ark., writes: "Foley Kidney Pilla
cured me of a ten-year standing case
ot rheumatism. I suffered miserably.
A friend told me of being cared; BO I
used them, and they cured me, too."
Most middle aged men and women are
glad to learn that Foley Kidney Pilla
afford a way to escape sleep disturb. -
lng bladder weakness, backache, rheu
matism, puffiness under eyes, sift and
swoolen joints, and other ills attribut
ed to kidney troubles. Kvas's Phar
MES YOU SICK.
Your druggist or dosier-sella cou a!
60 cent bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone i
under my persons! guarantee that ii ;
will eleen, your sluggish liver better than '
nasty calomel; it won't make you sick.'
snd you ea* eat anything yoa want .
without being salivated. ' Your druggist
?guarantee? that each spoonful will start
your liver, clean your bowels and
htiuighten you np by morning or you
get your monry back. Children gladi;
Uk? Dodson's Liver Ton.- l? (i\tt-, it i*
pleasant ta..* . a; tfripe "r
cramp or rnafc th: ;
? om ?elllmr millions of bottles of
Dodson's Liver TOBO to people who have
found that this pleasant, vegetable, liver
merUcSr" ?ak? th? -pisco ef dangerous
cal?me' # Buy OM bott ls on my sound,
rvliablc ".larautos, Ask yovr druggist
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