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Positive Proof That
the People Appreciate
Good Coal at War
Before we began Helling coal in
Andereon, the price wan |C.0O a
ton. We made the price $6.00, and
we have ?old between THIRTEEN
HUNDRED and FOURTEEN HUN
DRED TONS Blnce November.
We advertised our coat! at the
$5.00 price, and then gave thc peo
ple the best coal for the least
money; and they have shown their
appreciation by their liberal pat
ronage, HO we take thia means of
thanking our many friend? anti pa
trons for their patronage.
We are Kt III doing business ut
the same old stand, and at the
same old price, with the Hame good
old Blue Oem Block Coal, and we
will appreciate a continuance of
your valued orders.
N. B. WYATT
?The Five Dollar Coal Mon"
Why Not Visit
CASH GROCERY CO.
Did you ever stop to think how
much you could save by coming to
the atore to make your purchases.
Did you know we sall the best canned
Vegetables put into a can?
Why pay 15c lb. for Oreen Beans
when you can get a can nico tender
stringiest* beans for 16c?
Have you tried Paris swe?>t
Maine Corn, 2 for. .. 25e
Do you like Sweet Tender Peas,
Ferndell is the brand tn buy,
can ... ,. 16e
Hir*' class Asparagus Tips, can
.... ...25c and 30c
Let na send you a can TIney
Sweet Beeta ..?.- 15c
Kow about our Spinach ... ... 13c
We want to sell you one can
Cherries if you Uko cherry
pie, 36c, 3 for.?LOO
Fresh Lettuce, head. 10c
Fresh Cauliflower, lb.12!?e
Fresh Celery, stalk. 10c
Fresh Cakes every day in the
week, each . 10c
Another shipment of Grape
Fruit, 10 for. 50e
The Oranges we sell are sweet
and juicy, peck. 40c
Tip Top Bread makes new cus
tomers every day- -ifs your
fault if you are not eating lt,
loaf v.. ... . ... &?
OUR BUSINESS IS
and the Quality ot Our work and
the promptness ot our service
makes every day a busy day at
our modern, up to date minute
Just pow we are busy hoip
Jn$ a lot of women clean house
-doing up their lace curtains,
woolen blankets, heavy bedding,
etc. and sometime* by doing
the week'j wash for thurn, so
they can have lt out of fha way
while cleaning house. Maybe
you could be helped too.
WE BUY AND SELL DEBTS
If anyone owes you money furnish
?a an Remixed written statement of j
WE GET THE MONEY
If you ow? anyone money, we will
help you pay the debt by
Our Malua! Lesa flam.
Our "indian" will call on alow pay
ers and collect bad debts.
That is his business.
itfUTUAL LOAN COMPANY
JW? 2-2 W. Benson St.
Anderson. 8, C.
NO JURORS WILL BE DRAWN !
FOR TERM CONVENING |
NO NEW TRIALS
Judge Gary Refused Motions for
Rehearing in Two Minor
No jurors aili be summoned for the
lena o? Ute court of common picas
scheduled to convene here on Mon
day. April 12. aa the tinv will be de
voted to the heurltiK ol matters in
equity. An agreement to this effect
wa? reached yesterday at a meeting
af the Har Association, and the jnr.
rommlsaionera instructed not to pro
ceed with the drawing of veniremen,
ll aliens Corpus Matter.
The last few minutes of yesterday's
Hesaion of court of common pleas
waH devoted to thc hearing of motions
for new trials, the taking of orders
and disposing of other matters nf like ,
Judge Gary filed an order in tho :
matter of Minnie McConnell Itallanl i
rerstts Joe nnllard, which was a hab
eas corpus proceeding for "he recov- :
r>ry of a child. Annie Belie Ballard,
who is in tl>e custody of tho defend- '.
int. The court ruled that the custody 1
of the infant be awarded to thc de- '
fendant, without prejudice, however. '
to the petitioner's ri?ht hereafter to
renew an application for custody of j
tho chlhl if its best interests should
require a change in its custody. .
Xew Trials Refused.
The court overruled a motion for a \
lew trial In the case of J. E. Boyce i
igalnst the Charleston & .Western ;
['arollna Hallway company. It .trill
ie recalled that this matter was tried |
luring the first week of court, result- I
n g in a verdict for the defenduiti
A motion for a new trial In the
mae of H. H. Griffin against E. W.
Gregory was also overruled. This
.ase was also tried during thc first
aveek of court, resulting in the plain
tiff being awarded damages.
One Case Yesterday.
Only one new case was taken up at
yesterday's session of the court, this
lielng the matter or Mrs. Julia Lyon
Against E. B. Hall, a suit growing out
Df alleged breach of contract. The
lury returned b verdict In favor of the
"Billy" Sunday and Religious Bigotry.
Without minimising in the slightest
the good that may result from the
"Billy" Sunday campaign In awaken
ing a new religious Interest In the
community, lt can be said beyond a
doubt thut he has done incalculable
harm In certain directions.
Here are 'gomo aspects of his
teaching that are worBe than pagan:
"It's a good tiling I'm not God for
15 minutei. If I wtrc, I'd fill your
papers with obituaries and fill freight
cars with the dead." No one who
knows the history of Jesus Christ can
accept such a statement as represen
tative of tile One Who came "not to
destroy, but to Bave.." Who taught
the parable of the prodigal son. Who
refused the aid of "ten ieglonB of an
gels" whea His enemies were hound
ing Him to death. Who pr?yed while
dying, "Father,' forgive them; they
know not what they do."
Nothing ta more anti-Christian than
to spread tin doctrine of hate. And
it must be admitted that quite re
cently religious bigotry in American
hsB developed to a degree that is com
parable only with the blood-lust of the
worst of tho Middle Agea. "To hell
with the Turk." -ried Sunday. The
horrible slogan carries UB back to tho
grewbomo barbarities of the Crusudes.
Consigning evolutionists and higher
critics to everlasting perdition
among thom men like Henry Ward
Beecher, Henry Drummond, George
Adam Smith and Phillips Brooks
does no? smack of Christian charity.
To inflame the evangelical denomi
nations with damnatory clauses that
make the Athanaslan creed pale into
weakness against Unitarians. Univer
salista and Christian Scientists is not
thc best way of making Christian
truth and love triunrohant in the
What we need in America today Is a
new definition ot religious liberty. The
attacks of one aet ot religionists upon
thoao who differ tram them, th** car
rying of sectarianism Into politics,
the erection of a premature and pri
vate throne of judgment by any one
who believes bf is the special dele
gate cf heaveu, the Incubating of ani
mosities on theological groundi
these are all hurtful and disgracefu.
un-Christian and un-American. The>
must cease or the harm will be In
calculable. If "Billy" Sunday has a
real message to this age.he must have
enough positive, affirmative truth to
consume all of bis energy without
harking, back to the blind and bitter
bigotry of earlier times. Truth can
win victories without filling newspa
pers with cbitorles or freight trains
with coffins; at least it could when
Jeans ot Nasaroth taught lt.-Phlla
HAIR COMING OUT?
Dandruff causes'? feverish Irrita
tion ot tuc scalp, the hair roots, shrink
loosen and then the hair comas out
fast. To stop failing hair at once ead
rid the scalp of every partido of
dandruff, get a 25-ceni bottle ot
Denderts e at any drug store, poor a
little in your hand and rub it imo
the scalp. Aft*?r a few applications
the hair stope coming out and you
cao'i find and dandruff.
MUS. W. A. HTDUEN9, Editor
The following Invitationi have been
Mr ami Mrs. Augustus Wardlaw
request the pleasure of your company
at thc widding reception of their
Floride lionru au
.Mr. Luther Martin Mollee, Jr..
on Wednesday evening, April the
from seven until eight o'clock
Five hundred and fifty-five East Main
strt et ,
Spartanburg, Soutit Carolina.
Five hundred and fine Perry Avenue
Oreen ville, South Carolina
- Greenville News.
Mrs. Frank Sloan lias returned
from u visit to Greenville and Pel
Miss Virginia Kin? of Greenville ia
visiting Mrs. J. E. Breazeaf.'.
In Honor nf Miss Lawson.
A pretty compliment to a very
[harming and attractive visitor was
(lie card party given yesterday after
noon by Mr?. G. B. Greene in honor
of her house guest. Miss Annie .Mac
Lawson, of Columbia. This was the
first of a series of delightful little
parties planned by this gracious
yoting hostess nnd was a little
neighborhood affair delightfully pleas
ant and informal. The games were
'specially interesting. Mrs. W. D.
McLean making the hiebest score,
md winning thereby a beautiful pot
An elegant salad was then serv
ed. The guests for tho afternoon were
Mrs. E. F. Cochran, Mrs. J. L.
?herard, Mr3. Keilli Provost, Mrs.
W. W. Morrison. Mrs. L. lt. Parker.
Mrs. T. L. Cely. Mrs. Louis Horton,
Mrs. W. I). Melvan, Mas. Phelps
Sasaeen, Misses Bertha Cashin and
lilla May Cummings.
^^^^ New Order Issued.
WASHINGTON. March 19.-A new
irdgr^ Issued by the department of
igricultttre today governing the fed
ora!,.foot and mouth disease quuran
:lne, makes territory not within five
niles of Infected premises in Fred
srick and Henrich cout.ties, Virginia,
'exposed area" after March 22.
KEEP LIVER AND
So more Headache, Bad Colds,
Sour stomach ?nd
Get a 10-cent box now
No odds how bad your liver, stom
ich or bowels; how much your head
iches, how miserable and uncomfor
Lable you are from constipation, indi
gestion, biliousness nnd sluggish how
ats-you always get the desired re
sults with Cascareis.
Don't let your stomach, liver and
.m wei s mako you miserable. Take
Cascarela tonight; put on end to thc
?eadache. biliousness, dizziness, ner
vousness, sick, sour gassy stomach,
backache and all other distress;
?l?anse your inside organs ot all Ute
sile, gases and constipated matter
which ls producing the misery.
A 10-cent box means health, happl
ICSB and a clear head for months. No
more days of gloom and distress If
rou will take a Cascaret now and
then. All druggists sell Cascarete.
Don't forget the children-their little
insides need a gentle cleansing, too.
WOMEN OF GERMANT
ARE REARING BC li DEN
CHARLOTTE, March 17.-A native
Df Germany, resident In this country
about three years, yesterday received
a letter from her mother dated Febru
ary 18. The lettor says that despair
and desolation and all the misery that
war brings except actual starvation
hanjr.i about the North Sea coast of
The government taxes and paya for
all the Hurplus wheat ea h farmer has
distributing lt among the poorer clase,
using part for the army. No family
ir. allowed .Jo m?>Vo bread without
mixing the flour ?'.th potatoes and
rice-making M*ck. biscuit, but edi
ble. Hogs ano c!gs are bel?g killed
for there ls no food for them. The
women are tilling tito soil, the men
being at the front Those who are
top ai ck to take the trenches are pro
vided with physicians and must go to
the front when cured.
The ordinary grade of flour retails
for 7 1-2 cents a ponnd.
The writer says that Mach incon
venience ls caused by the closing of
all the blacksmith shops; no tools
can be repaired. The -milks are with
the lighting forces.
Eacb family who lives within a mile
or so ot the North Sea coast In re
quired to board free as cj-ny soldiers
as can be accommodated. Borne have
two, four and the surfer of the Char
lottean keens se von at her own ex
penso. These soldiers are known as
coast guardsmen, whose duties aro to
see that no foreign fob invades the
country from, the sea- and to watch
for spies. Th? government cloths, and
pays the soldiers.
The sender of the letter adda that
fte German men are determined and
hopeful, but the women ar forlorn
and desolate, and tho. writer wishes
that she and her family were in
America-4he land of peace and plen
ty and happiness.
Depends on Health
i'ro>-'<. fretful babies usually
need a laxative to make them com
fortable, and comfort begets hap
piness. Constipation is the cause
of " much discomfort. Mothers
should watch closely the condition
of their children's bowels and see
that they are regular.
A mild, pleasant tasting laxa
tive such as Dr. Caldwell's Syrup
Pepsin, is deal for children "be
cause! Of its natural composition
and gentle action, and because lt
contains no opiate, narcotic or
other harmful bsblt-forn g drug.
Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin ls
sold by druggists everywhere.. A
easpoonful at bedtime will bring
asy, certain relief.
A free trial bottle run be obtain
ed by writing to Dr. W. ll. Cald
well. 462 Washington St., Mon
Will Not Decide Cotton !
Delivery Disputes j
(By A-sociatal P..)
WASHINGTON. Mardi 19.- Dis
putes arising between parlies to con- '
tract involving delivery of cotton un- 1
der the federal futures act, will not '
be decided by the Internal revenue
bureau, according to a decision todas
by Aeting Commissioner Gates. 1
In a letter published by the treas- j
ury department. Mr. Gates points out <
that the bureau is Interested In a |
contract only to see that it conforms ,
with the futures act and t hat disputes j
Involving the obligations In such con- (
tracts arc matters for the courts or
the parties to decide.
Proper Treatment Fer llillonsness.
For a long timo Miss Lula Skelton,
Churchville. N. Y., was bilious and
had sick headache and dizzy spells.
Chamberlain's Tablets were the only
thing that gave herkpermanent relief.
Obtainable every who're.
Mr. Ragland Writes Interesting
Letter on This Subject
Madison Heights, Va.-Mr. Chas. A. 1
Ragland, of this place, writes: "I have .
been taking Th edi ora's Black-Draught 1
for indigestion, and other stomach troub- '
les, also colds, and find it to be the very '
best medicine I have ever used.
After taking Black-Draught for a few ?
days, I always feel like a new man."
Nervousness, nausea, heartburn, pain
in pit of stomach, and a feeling of full
ness after eating, aro sure symptoms of
stomach trouble, and should be given the
proper treatment, as your strength and
health depend very largely upon your
food and its digestion.
To pet quick and permanent relict
from these ailments, you should take
a medicine of known curative merit
Its 75 years of splendid success, in the
treatment of just such troubles, proves
the real merit of. Thedford's Black
Draught. Safe, pleasant, gentle in action,
and without bad after-effects, it is sure
to benefit both young and old. For sale
everywhere. Price 25c. N. C tzr.
Kiss Your, Coal Stove
The gas stove has the
coal stove beaten a mil
No wood to chop, no coal to car
ry, 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
No fire to coax and cod
dle. No excess heat. No
Gas h a guarantee of the right
kind of a fire instantly for any
purpose whatever; and it's more
Anderson Gas Co.
It KO, here's the place to get your
teed. We carry the full Cypher's line
-Laying Mash, Scratch Feed. Short
Cut Alfalfa. Developing Food, for lit
tle "Biddy" chicks, Meat Serape, and
Wheat Shorts, etc., etc.
J. M. McCowo
Phone 22 East Whttner Street
\DJOURNMENT SINE DIE
WILL NOT BE TAKEN UN
TIL THIS MORNING
rEDIOUS SESSION il
\bout Half of.Term Taken Upi
In Trial of Two of the In
-? - I
While all matters needing tile at
tention of the judge were brought
jp yesterday afternoon and Jtidg?
Prank B. Gary announced Iii? inden
tion of leaving Anderson this morn
ing on the first train, the spring terni
~>f the court of common pleas for AOT
[lerson county will not be adjourned
sine die until today. Apparently all
matters needing tlie attention of the '
ludge were brought up before recess
was taken up yesterday, but for fear
that something might develnpe over- 1
nigh' that some attorney might wish
to bring before bim. Judge Gary,
would not adjourn the court sine die
yesterday afternoon. On Jhe con
:rary he announced that unless some
thing developed during the night thal
would require his presence in rourt
here Saturday, he would leave Ander
son on the first car this morning. He
instructed thc acting clerk of court
.o convene court-as usual tills morn
ing at 9:30 o'clock, and adjourn it im
mediately sine die, unless otherwise
Tedious Session Court.
The spring term of the court of
common picas was convened Mon
Jay morning. March 8. The ilrst two
ind a half days of the term were
taken up with the trial of several
:ases of minor importance. With'the
beginning of the afternoon session of
the court on Wednesday of ?he first
week trial of the case of Judge J. S.
Fowler against the first of six insur
ince companies, for the recovery of a
total of $22,000. as a result, failure
lo reach a settlement as a result of
the burning of the plaintiff's garage
on West Market street, several
months ago, waa taken up. This case
continued until the middle of the sec
ond week of court, when the second
>f the insurance cases was taken up.
This second case continued before the
?.ourt until yesterday morning. One
more case was taken up during the
lay and ended, and then several mat
ters of a minor nature were trans
acted, after which court waa ?brought
to an eud for the day If not for the
L/2SS Meat if Back
And Kidneys Hurt
Take ? glass of Salts to flush i
Kidneys if Bladder
Eating meat regularly eventually j
produces kidney trouble in some form '
or other, says a well known author!-*
ty, because the uric ucid in meat ex
cites the kidneys, they become over
worked; get sluggish; clog up and
cause all sorts of distress, particular
ly backache and misery In the kidney
region; rheumatic twinges, severo
headaches, acid stomach, constipation,
torpid livor sleeplessness, bladder
and urinary' Irritation.
The moment your back hurts or
kidneys aren't acting right or if bind-'
der bothers ''you, get about four
ounces of Jad Salts from any good
pharmacy; take a tablespoonful in a
glass ot water before breakfast for a
few days and your kidneys will then
act fine. This famous salts ls made
from the acid of grapes and lemon
juice, combined with llthla, and has
been used for generations to flush
clogged kidneys and stimulate them
to normal activity; also to neutralize
thc acids In the urine so it no longer
Irritates, thus ending bladder disor
Jad Salts cannot injure anyone;
makes .a delightful effervescent
lithia water drink which millions of
men.and women take now a-id then
to keep the kidneys and urinary or
gans olean, thus avoiding serious kid
Grandma Never Let
Ker Hair Get Gray
Kept Her Locks Oatie, Thick,
Glossy, With Sape Tea
When you darken your hair with
Sage Tea and Sulphur, no one cnn
tell, because n's done to naturally,
<o evenly. Preparing this mixture,
though, at home ia mussy and trou
blesome. For. $0 cents' you can'.bay
itt any drug store tho ready-to-uce
tobie called "Wyeth's Sage and Sul
phur Compound." You just dampen
a sponge or soft, brush with it and
draw this through your hair, taking
one small strand at a. time. By morn
ing all gray hair becomes beautiful
ly, darkened, glossy and luxuriant.
You will also discover dar.iruff is
gone and *alr baa stopt>cd falling.
Cray, faded hair, though no dln
?race. is a sign of o'd age, and aa we
all desire a youthful ,uid attractive
appearance, get busy at once with
Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur and look
We Lead In
By fair treatment and the very best of meats we have
made our fresh meat department the talk of Anderson. We
have killed this week twelve head of fine beef cattle, to say
nothing of western meat received. Yes we sell western
meats, too, everybody don't want it'but those that do can
get the finest in the land from us. We are here to give the
people what they want.
We make our own prices. We put them down when we
can and up only when we have to.
We do not meei any old price, for few are in our class.
To show you that we run our own business, here are our
prices for Saturday. We want everybody to come and get
all they want.
Kine Mixed Sausage, good enough tor a king. 2 lbs.i.*>e
All Pork Sausage, nothing in AndcrKon will equal it. 18c lb 2 lbs 35c
Kxtra Nice Pork hops, 18c lb. 2 lbs.35c
Very Best Steaks and Roast.... ...15c lb
We have them as cheap ns lue lb, if you want that kind.
Mutton Chops and Boast. Choice Cuts.. -20c
Liver, Franks, Liver Sausage etc., cheap.
Fine Dressed Hens.65c
Fresh Trout and King Mackerel ... .15o and 2flc lb
West Point Oysters, per quart.50c
We Have Great Bargains th
Try our Rio Coffee.,"0r f(.r u one-half peck'
Our Superlative Patent Flour has no equal.
Big Smooth Irish Potatoes, per peck.25r
Grapr ?"rult, the bright, smooth kind.. >0 for 25e
Anybody can eat grape fruit at this price.
London Layer Raisins, per lb.ldc
Oranges, Oranges, Oranges. We have the best Oranges you ever
ate at .. . 15c, 2<lc and 25c doten
Saturday is a Big Day With Us, So Get Your Order In
As Early As Possible. ?
W. A. P OW E R
212 S. Main
SAM HARPER. Mgr.
for a Series
- cf Small,
Middlebreakers has ind?ced
the manufacture of $ v.
The Oliver P-B
Series of Plows
Well balance;*., well proportioned
plows with the latest improvements.
A one-plea, double mouldboard makes
a. stronger and more uniform bottom.
Strong, steady, ^and true running plows.
.See them ACHY.
_ .. .? . i
For sale by
Sullivan Hardware Co*
Anderson, S. C. Belton, S. C. Greenville, S. G.
199 1-2 E. Whitner St. < Anderson, S. C.
FILLING, CROWN AND BRIDGE SPECIALTY
EXPERT ON EXTRACTING
Either way, asleep-or wide awake;
One of the best tn the State.
Get Better Results From
Let ns do your ftnfshin,?.
. Expert workmanship.
Best materials used.
Orders ulled same day.
We F.niarg* Use Bc , One en Each
Roll Free ot t horp?.
Prices are. sante as you nay for
Mai? orders to
THE AST XOYELTY PO-,
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