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At All The
Sweet milk served at all our fountains re
ceived from CLEMSON COLLEGE this
morning by 8:30 express.
Now, all of you know the quality of this
milk; this quality is served in very drink at
the EVANS' STORES. ,
IIS^U day and J&^k fl
Il ute boree? feel that way, '-^E^^fjSl SJ ^- I
lum do you suppose tho maa """"-"^JoVCsvy ** I
(who has boen holding tho Jt^^^t/l ^\f*m%m\\
handle, feels? ' ?f 'J^?^fT\ fl
Probably mighty well eatis- .S^^^^^^^^'^^?B
fad with himself., and. glad J[ ^af
He has done man work, ^v'iT^v
better work, ?ad with greater ^^^Wn ^
..at simply because he used an ^>^~jji^ fl
OLIVER PLOW. ^|
]Vbp don't y aa bc rone of these roen?? ?J
We will bo glad to chow you tho plow-to answer. BB \^ I
?cjusitfaas-and to convince .'you. that this iu th*? plow mAm \ JH
[Soi you to buy. * ?rm \ fl
'AI?) REMEMBER % ?
"BTJTX.T FOR SBRVIGH1* m.fl
Sullivan Hardware Co.
Anderson, S. C. Belton, S. C. Greenville, S. C.
Ford owners drive their* own cars. Ford simplic
ity gives this pleasure. Simplicity in construc
tion. Simplicity in control, lt doesn't require an
expert mechanic to understand and operate a
The Ford is easy to care for. Wonderfully inex
pensive to .maintain and operate-less than (wo
cents a mlle. Economy, simplicity, comfort,
convenience, make the Ford car |fcp utility for
everybody in city and country-morennan 700,
ooo now in use-the useful car for all the people.
Buyers will share in profits If we sell at retail 300,000
nev? Ford cara between August I0t4 and August 101."?.
Runabout ?440: Touring (ar, #100: Tow? Car *69?>:
Couplet, *T."?0; Bedan, ?075, f. o, b. Detroit with ?ll
On display'nnd sale ut
TODD AUTO SHOP
First Day C
. Cadet E
BOTH A BUSY AND A PLEAS
ANT ONE FOR VISITORS
PROGRAM TODAY 1$
FULL OF INTEREST
Parade of Students and Concert
By Ladies Tonight
The drat full day <>r the encamp
ment or tho Clemson College cadet
corps tn Anderson was a busy ono tor
li.itli vi?-'Ki'vi a-ni the people of An
derson busy for the cadets In that
they were engaged tor ? part or the
I Lime In maneuvers had the rest of the
.lay and evening in the pursuit pf
pleasures and busy for Andersonians
generally in ihat they were laying
plans for further entertainment of the
Thc culminating feature of the firs?
lay's program was portia p's tho most
enjoyable, or at toast for the large
number of cadete who took part in
it-this being the dance given la3t
night ut the theatre building for the
cadi:.* and the public generally by
Manager C. II. Bleich of "The An
derson" theatre and .Mr. T. C. Car
rington, proprietor or "Carrington's".
Prom '.? o'clock last evening until mid
night scores of couploa tilled the large
hall over the theatre building and to
the strains of delightful music by the
o? diestra of "The Anderson" theatre
"chased the merry hours with flying
Hound of Untie*.
The regular order of the day was
followed b) tin cadet corps, as fol
ROYleiUie, First Call ?:3Q u. ra.
Reverie tl: IO a. tn.
Assembly C:45 u. m.
Companies will b0 formed under
10 minutes H?tts Manual.
Mess 7:00 a. m.
Sick 7:30 a. m.
Fatigue 7:l'.0 u. m.
Drill 8:00 u. m.
(iuard Mounting 11:48 a. th.
Assembly 11:50 a- m.
Mesa 12:30 p. m.
i Retreat-First Call 5:50 p. m.
I Assembly 5:55 p. m.
Mess, Immediately after retreat.
Tattoo 0:00 p. m.
Call to Quarters 10:45 p. m. .
Taps 11:00 p. m.
This order will be followed each
day the cadets are In canip here.
Cadef.s at Leisure.
After guard mount yesterday morn
ing the cadets were ai liberty and
hundreds of them came dr.wn town
and proceeded to amuse themselves lu
Tho motion pict uro theatres prov
ed pqpular resorts with many of the
eadeta. A number of local citizens
brought out their automobiles and
carried scores of the vlaltors on
sight seeing trips about tho city.
Other cadou amused themselves in
Visit Electrical Stations.
Yesterday tho students of the elec
trical departments of the Senior and
Junior classes visited several of the
electrical substations about Ander
son, an invitation to do this having
been expended them sevural days ago
by Mr. H. A. Orr. manager of the
Anderson division of the Southern
Public Utilities company. At 2:30
yesterday afternoon special street
ears wero in waiting nt Camp Riggs
for the students in thia' department
and practically all of them went on
thp Inspection trip.
The' Tribhle street substation was
visited first, after which the station
at Anderson Cotton Mills waa "Visit
ed. From there the cadets werc taken
to tho street railway power station,
whore they were shown over the plunt
and the car barns. Inspection of the
electrical atatteu3 at Orr. and- River
side Cotton Mills completed this fea
ture of the program.
There ore many 'interesting fea
tures to the program for today.
Maneuvers north of Andersou will bc
first on the program for today. As
for those features moat Interesting to
the general public, the parade and
band concert this afternoon and the
reception this ?vening will take first
placo. As announced in another
column, the parade cadets will taite
placo thin afternoon at 4:30 on the
public square. Following the parade
an exhibition musical drill will be
girpn by one battalion, and af'^r that
tlii cadet band will give a concert. AU
this will take place on the public
?square. As also announced in anoth
er column of today's paper, the ladles
of Anderson will entertain this even
ing In honor of the cadets. Tho en
u :.ahmtent will be in the nature ot a
theatre party, after which refresh
meals will be served lu one of the
storerooms of the theatre building,
v Remainder of Week.
The program for tho remainder of
tho week will provte equally as in
teresting as that outlined for today.
lt. Is planned to repeat the parade and
band concert, to toke place this af
ternoon, on Thursday afternoon, pro
vided the weather U favorable.
Frld'av will prove ono of the most!
nterestlng ol ?ll dgys. Thal Biter*
loon a baseball Kamo royal will be
played at Buena vista nark by tho
teams reprcjeni lng Clemson College
?nd Forman University. The Clemson
.cam was out yesterday afteruoon at
Re park practicing bard tor the en
counter < These two ins?au. inns have
Ion? been rival? in tim baseball world,
and a hard fought contest is expected
Friday afternoon. The ?ame will he
.ailed at o'clock. Tickets for th?
gani'.' will he ou sale at th.. T. !.. Hely
Co. Only Jt'O reserve seats will be
on aale, and those deali'Jng them
should 'all e^arly. as it will be a case
of "first come first served." Camp
will be broken Friday afternoon and
Hie cadets win entrain for Clemson
Don't suger! Get a dime pack
age of Dr. James' Headache
You can dear your bead and relieve
a dull, splitting or violent throbbing
lieaduch?? in * a moment with a Dr.
James' Headache Powder. This old
time headache relief acts almost magi
cally, end some one to the drug store
now tor a dime package and a few mo
ments after >ou take u powder you
will wonder vvliat became of thc head
uche. neuralgia and pain. Stop suf
fering-it's needless. De sure you get|
what you ask for.
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some idea as to the course you should
pursue with reference to some con
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dark and forbidding, that you could
better appreciate and enjoy life?
Would lt not be very agreeable to
know as to your future prosperity,
happiness, journeys and habitation;
to what locality is most auspicious
for you; what sort of investment
promises fortune's golden flow and
which will be attended by penury and
woe; what days of the week > and
month are most lucky for you; what
person ls best suited for ymir life
companion-in short, to be able to
anticipate coming events? Surely, it
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The allwlse Creator did not endow
you with high and noble inspirations,
desire for hapnlness and . return for
thfir great lote craving within your
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Do you wish to possess the key to
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If you want to be pointed out as a
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Business changes, journeys, spec
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love, marriage, divorce, law suits, and
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iot saticlted. love or business trou
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Special Reading? 50c.
.t N. Mernittie St. one biotic enst of
^satofltee, near tho standpipe,
Hou-a: 9:30 a. m. until S p. m.
THE CADETS TONIGHT
THEATRE PARTY AND LUN
CHEON TO BE GIVEN BY
LADIES FOR VISITORS
Are Requested to Meet at thc
Theatre Building at Certain
Hours This Afternoon
The ladies of tho city will entertain !
this evening in honor of tho cadets o? i
Clemson College, plans lu detail for
the entertainment having been an
nounced yesterday. A theatre party
at "The Andereren," followed hy a
promenade concert and luncheon is
the nature, of the entertainment. An
-iddrcbs of welcome to the cadets will
he delivered by Kev. YV. ll. Frazer,
I?. 1)., pastor of the First Presbyterian
church, and after the picture show the
refreshments will be served In the
hall of the theatre building. Thc
cadets will bo expected at 7 o'clock.
The ladles in charge of the tables
for the luncueon are asked to have
them in readiness by 4 o'clock this
afternoon, and those who are making
sandwiches are requested to have
them at the building between 1 andi
t o'cldck this afternoon. All of the
committees are requested to be at the
building by G o'clock. All ladles and
girls of the city not on- committees
are invited to be at the theatre for
the band concert, which will lie held
about 9 o'clock, and meet the cadets.
Mrs. Rufus Fant ls chairman of the
committee on arrangements and is
assisted by Mrs. Carrie Mc. Patrick.
The young ladles who are to serve are
requested to wear crepe paper caps
and regalia of Clemson College col
ors-purple and gold.
The reception committee is as fol
Dr. J. P. Klnard. Dr. W. H. Frazer,
Mr. Crawford. G. T. McGregor. 15.
ll. Gossett. Charles Fant, Rev. J. W.
Speake, Prue Llgon, W. M. Webb, W.
S. Rigby, Louis S. Horton, Major
Rhubb, George ."?peer. Georgi) Fant,
A. ri. Holman, Lee Hutchinson, W.
Andrew Speer. Willett Sloan, Oscar
Brown. Kev. C. M. Garrison,' Rufus
Funt, Porter Whaley, Dr. B. A. Henry,
Rev. Witherspoon Dodge, Robert E.
Mgon. Walter Dobbins. F. M. Burnett.
Stark Sullivan. Dr. A. L. Smethers, J.
M. Evans. Dean Pearman.
The ladies serving at the tables
Table 1.-Mrs. W. M. Webb. Mrs.
Frank Bolt. Mrs. Tom Bolt. Mrs. E. F.
Geiger and Mrs. John*Von Haseln.
Table 2.-Mrs. R. F.. Lig?n. Mrs. J.
L. McGee, Mrs. W. H. Frazer, Mrs.
R. E. Burriss.
Table :i.-Mrs. Joseph J. Fretwell.
Jr., Mrs. Harleston Barton. Mrs.
Charles Cobb. Mrs. Spann Dowling.
Table 4.-Mrs. B. B. Gossett. Mrs.
David Gray, Mrs. B. A. Henry, Mrs.
C. H. Bleich. Mrs. James R. Vandlver.
Table 5.-Mrs. C. S. Minor. Mrs. W.
R. Wones. -Mrs. J. D. Rast. Mrs. Por
ter Whaley, Mrs. Ralph Ramer.
Table fi.-Miss Minnie Wilson. Mrs.
J. .S. Acker. Mrs. Will Divver. Mrs.
Table 7.-Mrs. T. S. Crayton. Mra.
Walter Brock. Mrs. Loila Sullivan.
Mm. Witherspoon Dodge.
Table 8.-Mrs. John F. VlncR. Mrs.
O. L. Martin. Mrs. James Klnard. Mrs.'
A. L. Smethers. Mrs. Louis Horton.
Tho following young ladlea have
been asked to serve:
Misses Bessie Daniels. Huff. Bon
ham. Mosley. Ooorgia Marshall. Bea
lle Cochran. Kate Shame, Vina Pat
rick. Carrie Ftetwell, Grace Spencer,
t.vdia Sherard. Hellen Patrick. Jean
Harrte. Alberta BrocV. Ruth Fretwell.
Elizabeth Fretwell. Floride Harris.
Rila Sue Jones. Jessie Browne, Mary
Acker. Dr. Olga Pruitt. Jessie Hem
hreo. Gaeiloek, Annie Chapmah. Lou
T.atimor. Isabel Webb. Lut? Smith.
Franela Anderson. Ruth Brownlee,
"elen Harris. Catherine Fretwell.
Clara Oater. Cecelia Vela Har.'en,
Janie Cromer. 'Elizabeth Roblnaon.
T,vd<a Bawley". Neille Bewley. Janie
McCue" M?w Llgon, Eleanor Frank.
Cherts. Farmer. Lauri? Dowllncr.
i vd's McCully, Ruth Watkins, Bertha
. 'ashln. Ixmlse GUmer. Anni* CVralev.
Ruth Wemhr?e, Helen Font, Ruth and
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The School Improvement Associa
tion held its monthly meeting on Fri
day afternoon. The membera were
dlsaopolnted that Prof. Coleman of
the Iva High school could not bc with
Mrs. F. E. Prince resd a splendid
piece on opportunity. Our next meet
ing will be held on Frid?y. Anril
Playing banket ball is our chief r?
creation now, at an carly date we aro
solng to blay with Antrevllle school.
Miss M^ry Herron of the Savannah
school spent the week-end with Miss
romer. / .>
F. S. Prince spent last week In
Charleston being sent hy the lodge
tere aa a delegate to the Woodmen's
We are glad that our school will
?ontlnuo through April, our atten
lance ls still good, but we miss tho
>oys who have had to stop.
Mles Shara spent Saturday and
Sunday at the homo of. Mr. W. H.
?rultt. . . :
An OyRter Supper.
Tho ladles r.f Friendship church
viii serve and oater supper in the
dasonlc hall at Pierce town on next
Saturday night, . March 27. at 3
/cl ck. The public ie cordially Invit
.d. supper 2."?c, for which ihe contri
?ution will be for thc remodeling of
High Rent District^
While our store house is situated three quarters
of a mile from the "Square," which means very
mud! lower rent, and operating expense in every
way; the modern telephone and our Quick Delivery
service makes us "Your Nearest Grocer."
Think What That Means
Wc buy our Groceries from the manufacturers or
the wholesale houses--we are, compelled to add the
freight and drayage to the original cost-then comes
our operating expense-and then we add on a very
modest little protit, because we are linn believers in
small profits make quick sales and many of them.
""Theres a Reason"
We can buy our goods as cheaply as our compet
itors--our freights are the same, but where we get'
the bulge on th "Down Town" fellow is our Very
Low Operating ^ tense and our Small Profit.
Do You want to Eat
Of course, if the taste of money tickles your
palate, wc would not for the world interrupt your
pleasant gastronomic pastime, b-u-t if money is any
ohject to you, we can give you as- GOOD or BET
TER Groceries than you are now getting from the
"Down Town" Grocer for MUCH LESS money.'
MAKE ME PROVE THIS!
Why Don't You?
"Our delivery wagons pass your door
South Side Grocery Company
5 Salesmen 4 Deliveries 2 Phones, 74 and 9&
99 1.2 E. Whitn?r St. Anderson, S. C.
FILLING, CROWN AND BRIDGE SPECIALTY
EXPERT ON EXTRACTING
Either v#?y, asleep or wide awake;
One of the best in tho State.
Use a Good
FE RT I LIZ ER
with a Lime Base
In. making our 8-2 1-2-1 which, runs 8.63-2.96
1.26, the 2.96 of ammonia is made with a lime base. This
lime base is valuable in making the potash in the soil avail
able. Authorities think our red lands and our gray lands
with clay subsoil have enough potash in them to mak; at
least one good crop without any potash in the fertilizer;' but
this potash which is locked in the soil must be made 3 vail
able, must have something to "touch it oft" and limo does
that better than anything else, so this 8-2 l-2-,l of ours,',
which runs 8.63-2.96i-t,26, being built on a .lime base
will be found invaluable this year in freeing the latent pot
ash in the soil and making it available as plant food, when
potash is so scarce and high.
The ammonia in this goods is derived from fish, blood,
colton seed meal, tankage and sulphate of ammonia and
there is nothing better t?an this used in making fertilizer.
When you get this, you get the best fertilizer made.
and Oi) Company