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title: 'The Anderson daily intelligencer. (Anderson, S.C.) 1914-1915, March 21, 1915, Page PAGE THREE, Image 5',
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10c quality, yard wide, soft
finish Bleaching ... .7c
(10 yds to a customer)
10c quality, yard wide, Pa
(10 yds to a customer)
10c quality Dress Gingham,
new Spring styles 71-2c
Good grade soft finish
Blearing, yard wide, well
worth 8c, Saturday . .Bc
(10 yds to a customer)
Next week: 9. lbs. good
Roasted Coffee for . .$1.00
(Limit 9 lbs)
That is the reason
ing week we are going
stock can't last alway*
""We have the Goods
At the beginning of every season people look around
to see where they can get the best looking footwear.
And too, we got a "hunch" early this winter that peo
ple would want good, up-to-date oxfords and puvnps
to suit their needs at popular prices. Well-folks we
have 'em for you and all the other boys can't see how
we got 'em so good and reasonable.
Fo; instance, we have four (4) Pumps made by Utz
and Dunn Co. that we sold for-?4 last 0*5 A
year but we are.now offering for....... tPOeiJV
Two others, one a "patent" and the other a
.'duli," worth $3.50, that we are selling An QGt
now for ...... tP???17?
And about those "sand," "putty," and "battleship
gray" top Oxfords and Pumps. Just 4t A ?%(\
is all we're asking and that's cheaper
thar, they're being sold anywhere else. .
. We can't tell you about everything we have-news
paper space costs lots, so drop by nert time you're
over our way and we'll show you what ve are talking
Another word about pur shoes before we play
"quits." GEISBHRG'S shoes stand for quality, first,
last and always. Ask the person wearing a pair.
?jj Because it gives the highest mot .r car service at
lobest cost, the Ford is the one car you'll find in
large numbers and in constant use, in every land.
|j lt's a better car this year than ever before-but it
nj sells for $60 less than 'ast year.
The Ford is everybody's motor car because every- ^
?j . body can easily understand and safely- operate ii.
|| Doesn't take a skilled mechanic to operate or
gi care for the Ford. Less than two cents a mile to -
operate and maintain the Ford. With "Ford Scr
jjj vt :e for Ford Owners" your Ford cr is never idle.
Barer? will share lin profits If we sell nt retail SMMI
new F#rn ear? between Augnsi Itu ned A-gust IMA?
H - Itnnabcat $4*0$ Touring Car, $4t?; Town Car WW?
fl Ceapelet, $?M? fir-dart, .*?*, f. e. w. Detroit with nil
XV On Shipley and ?al? at \
H TODD AUTO SHOP v 1
J ARE Vit
E Is Everyl
i our Quit Sale has attract*
; to offer greater values tl
when it's gone, tibie bigg
STARS AND STRIPES
FORJTHE CAR MEN
MOTORMEN AND CONDUCT
ORS WILL RECEIVE REC
OGNITION OF SERVICE
A' NEW PRACTICE I
Southern Public Utilities Company
Rewarding its Men for Long
ia keeping with a practice that jas
been inaugurated by the Southern
Public Utilities company ot rewarding
employes of its street railway eys
tems for long service in its ranks,
the local branch of the concern is
having starB and' stripes affixed to the
uniforms of motormen end conduc
tors who have been with the com
pany- for one year and longer.
The company has established a code
ot stars and stripes, which will he
attached to the sleeves cf the em
ployees' uniforms. A star will denote
five years ot service and a stripe wil:
represent one year of service with
Following ia a list of the names of
the motormen and conductors of the
local 8treet car system, snd the char
acter and number of the insignia
which haa been awarded each:
J. Lt. Hendrix, one star and two
W. R. Mackay, four stripes.
J. P. King, three stripes.
C. O. Guest, one stripe.
J. F. Bone, one stripe.
A. U. Moore, one stripe.
C. Lt. Stevenson, one stripe.
. H. B. Minion, one stripe.
A. C. Kay, one stripe.
(M. E. Ellison, one stripe.
P. M. Tice, one stripe. ,
W. E. Wilson, one stripe.
TO>RLD FILM CORPORATION
tasenfe ?e WsTT Brady Picture
* Play Co Feat?re ?Motber."
?J9}&* Eckert Goodman's play
Mother" is the vehicle that Bramr
Dunn will use to make her debut into
the motion-picture world. She was th?
star in the play when lt was seeu
on the stage, and with "Mother" her
namo baa always been associated.
The heroine of the play is th? moth
er. She- Is the head of a family of
six children. There are two grown
boys, two grown girls and two omnll
boya. She has been the mother ot
eight, but she has lost two of her
dear ones. She is a plain little wo
man, whose whole life ls her home
and her children.
At her husband's death, she finds
herself with money enough to rear
her offspring in comfort; but her boys
have been spoiled, aad four years be
; fore tbe opening of the play, the eld
est son has run away and married a
chorus girl, whose tastes run to cost
ly dinners, imported gowns and auto
rides. He has wasted his share of his
father s estato, against which he has
borrowed money, and to meet the ex
travagant demands of bis wile, he has
stolen from his employers?
Me forgea hit; mother's name to a
note for $10.000. When cornered and
brought face to face with the facta,
he threatens? to kill himself. Here, it
|B the gentle mother who comea to
his rescue and calmly admits that the?
signature to Ole forged note Is her
.w,Het.Becon<* ?o? is caught in the
toils of another designing chorus girl,
the slater of. the eldest son's Trife.
Toe mother paves her first-born and
urawa him to her home again by he?
sacrifices, while the second son is
also saved from the woman, who
would waate his patrimony, by Mrs.
Wethereh ?< clever work by appearing
?.* slattern in the eyes of the girl
with extravagant tastes. Her
daughters' love aifalrs are also set
right by the mother, while shy dees
&f J1^'*ct the rodger children and
TMiawW8ibcreU ???sup her Idea of
^?t?e^ho?? ana "?other lo^e ia her
-11-etnbracing love, which does not
It any harm to come to her ebn
eren though lt meena suffering
expense to her, personally.
80 Ideal is the visualisation that
Miss Dunn gives of Mrs. Wetherell'
that abe haa become kncwa aa tua
finest interpreter of mothers visible
w? the current stage. In "Mothern
Miss Dunn has given the stage and
^L*"^11 * m**1 memorable charac
To be shown at the Anderson
-tra Monday, March ft.
tally Interested In Any J
jody Else. -:- >[
sci so much attention during the past two weeks. 1
ian ever. Now is the time-take advantage of it %
est bargain event in history of Anderson will have ?
; AND PEAR
The long ai
trated into man
to-wear, and mi
sav that v/e are i
ing apparel, bou
these sroods ven
We have the greatest display of Spring Coat Suits tl
have ever shown the good people of Anderson;-every
and every color which Dame Fashion has decreed for 1
is in our stock. Gabardines, Poplins, Failles? Crepe Pi
Mattesones, Serge, Men's Weaves, etc., made in all the
cuts, and in every wanted color. These Suit^ were t
SP?CIAL, so we are going to sell them SPECIAL for
$25.00 values at.9
20.00 values at. . .
15.00 values at ............ ./.....
12.50 v dues at ..............
We are showing a wonderful line of One Piece Di
made of Silk, Poplin, Chiffon, Taffeta, Crepe de Chine,
Meteor, in all the season's authentic styles and colors
sand, Belgian blue, nav'es, green, purple, etc., etc. We
a good bargain on these dresses, and have priced these d
SPECIAL for the next three days.
$27.50 values at ... ...$
$25.00 values at. 4 ..... ... .. .$
$20.00 values at ... . . ..$
$15.00 values at....$
$l2.5o values at. ..$
$10.00 values at ....*. . .$
$ 7.5o values at. .. .$
fhrcughout the com*
vhile you may. This
passed into history.
Best grade alico-.. .4c
loc grade solid color Lawns,
$1.25 Marseilles Pattern
Men's 5oc Work Shirts, blue
brown and stripes... 35c
Heavy, yard wide, A. A. A
Men's ?1.00 Union Special
Standard Granulated Sugar,
25 lbs for $1.00 with each
purchase of $10.00 or over.
(Limit 25 lbs).
Fuesday and Wednesday
mdising Service of Commanding
Dedicated to the Greatest Posai'
to the Good People of Anderson
rm of this old and reliable store has pene
y different sources of dependable read}'
llinery in the assembling of this remark
of spring garments; but we are glad to
low ready with a display of spring wear
ight at price s which enables us to price
/. very attractively.
V MILLINERY V*
ing Opening Display of Stylish, New and Authentic Mil
Modes, and at prices within the reach of everybody,
ive a beautiful display of Spring Bonnets and Hats of
hue and description at SPECIAL prices this three days,
rdess Hats, Poke Bonnets for young ladies and misses,
new style sailor hats, targe matine shapes with inlaid
rs, etc. Come and see them yourself. Priced from
to $5.00 and worth much more. ?
?p?ol prices will Prevail in every
u Pay Less"