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You are most cordially invited to view <uir showing of Sprin
Wo. will buy r?ir ('ASH
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75 O ul neus
Smith Side Grocery
HI STOPS FALLING, DANDRUFF
.DISAPPEARS 25 GENT DANDERINE
Save your hair! Make it
fluffy, lustrous and
Try as you will, after an applica
tion of Dsnderine, you can not lind a
simple trace qt dandruff or falling hair
and year scalp will not itch, but what
will please you most, will be after a
few week's use. when you see new
hair, fine and downy at first-yes
but really new hair-growing all over
A little Dsnderine Immediately
doubles the beauty of your hair. No
difference hew dull, faded, brittle and
scruggy. just moisten a cloth with
Danderine and carefully draw it
through your hair, taking one small
strand at a time, 'ihe effect ls Im
mediate and amazing-your hair will
be light, fluffy and wavy, and have an
appearance of abundance; an in
comparable lustre, softness and lux
uriance, the beauty and shimmer of
true hair health.
Get a 25 cent bottle of Knowlton'*
Danderine from any drug store or
toilet counter, and prov? that yoiir
hair ls as pretty Sud soft as any-that
lt has been neglected or Injured by
careless treatment-that's all.
Bronana* Star at The Anderson
Edmund Breese, who is starred in
the Fox Film Corporation's produc
tion ot Alfred Sutro'fl remarkable
ploy, "The Walls of Jorobo," ts one of
America's most noted character ac
tors, and has had an enviable career
on the stage, lie is a native of
Brooklyn, where he lived until he was
18 years. He left that city and mov
ed to Philadelphia where he resided
but a short time when he went We3t
and settled on a farm near Heat rice,
Neb. Afterwards he moved to North
Dakota and obtained employment
nenr Fort Abraham Lincoln.
He always secretly harbored stage
aspirations, and when time began to
pall on him up in North Dakota, he
secured au engagement with the Hep
The merchants. w!>> . are going to par
flrlpate In Anderson's second cumble
ed HOLLA lt DAY Thursday ore prc
paring te give the bu) lng public o
Anderson and vicinity the greates
values for their money ever offerei
anybody at any time.
They were highly elated at the sue
ress of their ti rut Dollar Dayl *a<
they have set their pegs fur a KMC
ORD DAY'S TRADING; so If yoi
value your dollar-take id vantage o
these GREAT VA M'ES Tharsda:
The Dollar Day
merchants will make announcements
of great importance in this paper
Tuesday, Wednesday, and* Thursday.
fM money ls any object to you-read
But Husband, With Aid of Cardup
Effects Her Deliverance.
I Draper, N C.-Mrs. Helen Dalton, ol
I (his place, says: "1 suffered for years.
I will, ains in my leftside, and would
I often almost smother to death,
j Medicines patched me up for awhile
i but then I would cot worse again. Final
I ly, my husband decided he wanted me to
,' try Cardui, the woman's tonic, so he
bought mc a bottle and I beean using it.
It did me more good than all the medi
! cines I had taken.
I have induced many of my friends to
try Cardui, and they all say they have
beer, benefited by its usc. There never
has been, and never will be, a medicine
to compare with Cardui. I believe it is
a good mpdiciiiw for all womanly trou
For over 50 years, Cardui has been re
! (ievmg woman's sufferings and building
weak women up to health and strength.
, If you are a woman, give it a fair trial,
i lt should surely help you, as it has a
! million omer.;.
j Get a bottle of Cardui to-day.
j Writtle? Chattanooga Medicine Co., Ladies'
Advisory Dept.. Ciiaiumooffa. Tenn., fjr Stt.-.ai
I Inttr u. item cr, your caso end 64 pago brok. "Home
j Treatment lor Women," In plain wrapper. N.C. 128
ertolre Company at a salary of $10
f w< "k and board. This salai y he
got now and then, chiefly then. Mr.
I Breese remained with the organiza
tion for two years, at the end of
I which time, after his manager owed
( him about $300 in back salary, he
I asked for $20 to buy an overcoat. It
?vas refused on the grounds that an
actor ' onld endure hardships to
furthe nis love for the profession.
At the termination of his engage
ment with the Repertoire Company,
Mr. Breese found a position in sup
port of Mme Uhea, playing Buch roles
as Napoleon in "Josephine," Lord
Lester In "Mary Stuart." Benedict in
"Much Ado About Not li ti ig." and Shy
lock in "The Merchant of Venice."
In isits. he played with .Tamp? O'Neill
In "The Count of Monte Crsto" and
"Vlrginlus." after which be was one
of the principal members of "The
Three Musketeers," with a cast which
Included Blnche Bates and Margaret
Ills most notable achievement, how
ever, came next when he was cast as
John Burkett Kyder In ."The Lion and
ko Mouse." His work in that role
ar.tablished him on the American
?tage. He then went to London arid
America saw little of Mr. Breese for
some time. He later appeared in
"The Spendthrift," Porter Emerson*
Brown's success, the author of "A
Fool There Was," and recently at the
Harris Theatre appeared In "The
"The Walls of Jericho" will be
shown at "The Anderson" today.
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Lesser left Sun
day for New York. Bal'?more. Phila
delphia, Boston and other Eastern
points, where Mr. Lesser will buy
: stock for the fall trade. They will
1 be gone about two WeekB.
Proper Treatment For ! Biliousness.
For a long time Miss Lula Skelton,
Church ville, N. Y., was bilious and
bad sick headache and dizzy spells.
Chamberlain's Tablets wore the only
thing that, gave her permanent relief.
f . ? *
DEGRESS CONFERRED BY
BURNING BUSH CHAPTER
AND WYNNE COUNCIL
Of Officers of Wynne Council
Was Held-Those Who Took
Important Meeting of Burning Hush
Chapter, Royal Arch Masons, ( awl
Wynne Council No. 4 were held lasi
night at the Masonic Temple for the
purpose of conferring degrees upon
.l?verai candidates and electing of
ficers for the council.
The meeting of the chapter was
convened at 6 o'clock and a delightful
supper was served. After the meet
ing the degree of Royal Arch Mason
was conferred upon Messrs. Bond An
derson, J. C. DcCamp, li. li. Gossett
und James W. Tribble.
At the. meeting of Wynne Council,
held afterwards, degrees were con
ferred upon Messrs: T. C. Jackson, C.
G. Sayre, James W. Tribble. George
Hammett, G. B. Walton. C. J. DeC'amp,
W. C. Plant. H. C. King. Bond Ander
son, J H. Godfrey, J. L. Shearer,
Ernest. Dugan and U. B. Gossett.
Officers Tor the council were elect
ed as follows:
O. S. Godfrey. T. I. M.
W. P. Marshall. I). M.
J. P. Duckett. P. C. W.
G. N. C. Bo?erupn. Treas.
W. H. Frazer. Recorder.
John K. Hood. C. G.
W. H. McLeaky, C. C.
Geo. W. Evans. Steward.
J. S. McCellan, Sentinel.
Those wiro took the council degrees
contemplate going to Greenville in the
near future for the purpose of taking
the Knight Templar degn-cn, in order
to be ready for the meeting of Omar
Temple, Ancient Arabic Qyder Nobles
of the Mystic Shrine, which will be
held in Spartanburg In April.
SECOND WEEK OF
COURT HAS BEGUN
T.-o Arguments and the Courts
Charge Today-Then Matter
Goes to the Jury
GOES TO JURY
?TRIAL RESUMED IN CASE
FOWLER VS. GLOBE &
RUTGERS INS. CO.
" The second week ot the court of
common pleaa for Anderson county
having convened yesterday morning
at 10 o'clock, trial was resumed in
the case of Judge J. S. Fowler
against the Globe and F.utgers In
surance company, this matter having
been continuously before the court
Jlnce last Wednesday at 3 o'clock.
Thc taking of testimony in the case
was completed last week, and yes
terday morning .arguments were
heard by the court as to whether
the matter should go to the Jury for
decision or be transferred to the
court of equity. The court ruled that
C'e matter was one for the Jury, and
that they ehould pass on thc ques
tion of whether there was a valid
award made in the matter over which
there is this suit.
When court recessed at G o'clock
last evening one argument had be*n
made for the plaintiff and one for .be
defense, the argument for tfc,e former
having been made by Capt. H. K.
Watkins and the caue of the latter
having been presented by T. Frank
Watkins. It was agreed) that there
would be four arguments, and when
cc rrt meets thhr morning at 9:30
o. .ock the remaining two arguments
will be made, after which the
court's charge will be delivered atfd
the matter will go to the Jury.
Second Vfe?k Jurors.
Jurors for the second week of
court reported yesterday morning,
but were excused by the court un
til 10 o'clock Tuesday morning.
As- generally known, Judge Fow
ler has brought suit against 6 insur
ance companies for damages totalling
$22,000 us a result of failure to retch
a settlement of the loss sustained
In the burning of his garage on West
Market street several- months ago
The suit against the Globe and Rut
gers, company is the first of the Six
casej for trial, a*d in thu Instance
the plaintiff is beckng to roco/er
damages of 12,000.
Keep Tear Bowels Regular.
As everyone knows, the bowels ste
the sewerage syatom of the body, and
lt is of the greatest Importance that
they move once each day. if your
bowels become constipated, take a
dose of Chamberlain's Tablets Just i
siter Biipper sud they will correct the
disorder. Obtainable everywhere.
R. M. Watkins of Belton was a vis
itor in the city yesterday.
Mack Beary of Iva was a visitor In
tho ?ty yesterday.
Special Readings 50c.
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Why ls some one sharing the love
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Have you domestic difficulties? Is
your wife, husband or sweetheart un
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surrounding country, seeking advice
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X ZORADA IZMAR
408 N. McDuffle St.. one block east of
postofflce, near the standpipe. ,
Honrs: 9;SO n. tn. until 8 p. m.
o THERE'S A CHANCE
To Make Money Gi\ten
To Everybody Once in Lifetime
TH?S IS YOUR CHANCE
Thurs. IVfarcln 18
. . Cut out the List and Bring With You - -
1 Polishing Cloth
1 Dust Cloth ...
] Dustless Mop .
1 Mop Handle ...
1 Feather Duster
1 Scrub Brush ..
I Cake I ion ami .
1 Cake Cooler
1 Cake Turner
1 Spatula ... .
1 Mixing Bow'i
1 Cake Knife .
1 Cake Plate..
1 Slotted Mix
1 l-lb Bound Butter Print.
1 Vi-lb Butter Print.
1 Butter Paddle ... .'.
1 Butter Bowl, guaranteed not
1 Package White Butter Papers
1 Wm. Hogers Butter Knife . .. .
1 China Butter Dish.
1 5-lb Butter Crock.
1 25c Tooth Brush.
1 23c Package Tooth Paste
] Box Tooth Picks ....
1 Can Talcum Powder ... .
J Bottle Hand Lotion ..
1 Bottle Peroxide.
1 Bottle Clean Oil ...
1 Box Paper Towels .
1 Ink Tablet .. .
1 Bottle Ink ... .
1 Faber Lead Pencil . !
1 Dos Writing Paper .
2 C-lb Smoothing Irons ...
1 Zinc Wash Board.
50 Cloths Pins ... ...
1 Cake Washing Compound
1 Clothes Pin Bag.
1 Bundle Clothes Line ...
1 Heavy Galvanized Pail .
1 50c Broom.
1 50c Cotton Mop ...
1 50e Scouring Brush
1 Hearth Broom . ..
C Wm. Rogers Tea Spoons, 75c Set..
1 China Spoon Tray, 50c.
2 lbs, 60 feet, best Cotton Rope
2 Good Curry Combs . .".
1 Good Horse Brush.
1 Good Main ano Tall Brush
Don't fail to bring list. None delivered. None charged. None
sent out on approval. No phone orders. %
Under Masonic Temple. On the Square,
MEAT BARGAIN SALES
For heaven's sake, child.
STOP! LOOK! LISTEN! j
There is reason In all things. Thin!
for a minute, that terrible foot an?
mouth disease. Buy the home ratset
troata and no other at any price. Bus
LILY WHITE MARKET
Phones $94 and 695
On Whitner St near new opera house
This r.dvertisement is to notify thc
public that on and after Wednesday
March 17th, the" CHARLESTON ?
WESTERN CAROLINA RAILROAD
will discontinue 'the use of old BLUE
RIDGE Passenger Station on Earl
Street Beginning on that date the
passenger trains of that Company
will arrive at and leave Anderson
from, their present freight depot on
Whitner Street This arrangement is
temporary and will , be discontinued
when, arrangements can be made for
handling ot passengers at new ter
minals now under construction.
General Passenger Agent
O. F. BOYD.
? Agcpt, Anderson, S. C.
Vrfflfc-AND FIVE CKNT85
DONT MISS THIS. Cut out this
?lip, enclose five cents to Foley & Co.,
Chicago, ill., writing your name and
address clearly. You will receive in
return a trial package containing Eol
sy's Honey and Tar Compound, for
coughs, colds and croup; Foley Kid
ney Pills, for pain ii sides and back,
rheumatism, backache, kidney and
bladder ailments; and Foley Cathartic
Tablets, a wholesome and thoroughly
cleansing cathartic, especially com
forting to stout persons. Evans Phar
THIS BOY TRAINED
IN PERRY BUSI
Only a few years ago, a gentle
man brought his son to us and
told us to take charge of him and
?each him, if we ' could. The
father stated that his' son was
earning $10.00 per month on hts
The fjoy applied himself and
vithin a few short months he had
wastered Bookkeping, Penman
ship, Stenography, and Typewrit
fThjs, same farmer ooy soon
obtained, a position in the city
schools in an adjoining State,
worked in thatplace for s. short
time, was afterwards promoted
to the bond" department of a big
bank in the same city, and a little
later married the bankers daugh
ter. He is today?filing that posi- 4
tlon ct a salary of $2,500.00 per
year. Look, if you please, how
rapidly the farmer boy made a
rise! You can do the same thing.
WHY DON'T YQU TRY? BE
GIN' TODAY. WRITE FOR
CATOL?GU0 AND terms, to
Perry Business College
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?RT BID Of* UKORSING COLAS.
TOUGHS ABB LA G?UPFB.
Spring find? many afflicted -with
lingering, hacking coughs that weak
en the system. Shish and wet-cautil
more colds than ?ero wether. Croup,
bronchitis, and pneumonie? are premv
lent. Every famHy shonld have s ?a?o
sad reliable cough medicine ready for
HS. Foley's Honey and Tar Compound
contains nc harmful Ingredients. It
sasos a cough checks a cold and re
lieves ii ?lom?? and congested mem
branes. It clears the air passages sod
soothes Inflammation. Evans n.^r