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very chic and winsome in coloris and designs. In the brood are
imported and domestic silks in those rich, all over figures, in
the popular bias stripes and in the more modest patterns.
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more Ch?ck, Bosnian Brown, Tipperary Green, Kamargo Tan,
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dreds of others. Select yours Today!
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T. L. Cely Company
THE BANK ACCOUNT
:s the first step towards success.
Makes you independent.
Protects your family in emergencies.
Gives vou standing in the community.
Is an ever present help in time of need.
Start one with us at once..
Interest paid on deposits.
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FARMERS LO?N & TRUST CO.
Get Better Results From
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Best materials used.
Orders filled same day.
'. ' We'Enlarge the Best One 6n Each
Boll Free of Charge.
Prices are same* as you pay for
ti ordinary work. .
Mall orders to
THE ABT NOVELTY CO.,
Box SSI Columbia, S. C.
199 1^-E. WhitBcr Sk Anderson, S. C
FILLING, CROWN AND BRIDGE SPECIALTY .
EXPERT ON EXTRACTING
, Iv her way, asleep or wide awake;
Ooo of the best in the Stete.
Use a Good
? with a Lime Base
In making our 8-2 t-2-1 which runs 8.63-2.96
1.26, the 2.96 of amrr-Miia is made with a lime base. This
lime base is valuable in making the potash in the soil avall
- 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
thic MC rash which is locked in the soil must be made avail
able, i.lust have something to "touch it off" and lime docs
thal btttcr than anything else, so this 8-2 1-2-1 of ours,
'.ylilch runs 8.63-2.96-1.26, 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.
Thc ammonia in this goc.is is derived from fish, blood,
cotton seed meal, .tankage and julphate of ammonia and
, there is nothing better than this used In making fertilizer.
When you get this, yqu get thc best fertilizer made.
and Of I Company
MB?. W. A, HUDGEN8, JE<
Dinner For Veterans.
The young ladies of the Palmetto
Chapter, U. D. C.. will entertain thc
veterans at a dinner today at 12
o'clock in thCi store room next to ?.
F. Tolly and Son.
Mrs. Ed. Frlerson of Helton and
her guest, Mlsj Sue Carpenter of
Greenville, spent yesterday here the
.iuetns of Mrs. Lucius Webb at the
home of Mr. D. P. Sloan.
Mr. and Mrs. Hal Juadon and
two children. Carter and Mason, re- |
turned to their '?onie In Elberton af
ter- spending several day3 in the city
at Hotel Chifiuola.
?Miss Lucia Archer has returned
front n visit of several weeks to Jack
Mls8 Annie May Lawson left yester
day for her home in Columbia after a
delightful visit to Mrs. G. B. Greene.
Ml3s Christine Kay left yesterday
for her home at Lowndc9ville, after a
visit to Mrs. S. p. Brownlee.
One of the prominent visitors for
the encampment week waa Mrs. M.
V. Moore, of Auburn, Ala., well
known all over the South as "Betsy
Hamilton." She Is visiting her
daughter Mrs. Higgs at Clemson and
came down with President and Mrs.
( harming Dinner Party.
One ct the most beautiful social
events of the encampment week was
the elegant course dinner at which
Miss F.uih -Brownlee entertained on
Friday evening in honor of a few of
lier Clemson friends. Her handsome
home on S McDume street was most
attractive .in cut flowers and bright
lights, a'charming purple and gold
color ?cheme being prettily carried
out in all thc decorations.
. Place cards were arranged for
fourteen at tho beautifully uppointed
dinner table, which waa brilliant in
eut glass and sliver.. An elegant
course menu was temptingly served
and tho whole evening was delight
The guests were MISB Bonnie Orr of
Charlotte, Mi SB Christine Kay of At
lanta, Miss Katharine Fretwell, Miss'
Willie Ray Robinson. Miss Ruth
Hombree, Messrs.- Smoa'., Banks,
Buyck, Evans, Burnett, Garrett and
Sanders of Clemson College.
Delightful Theatre Party.
One of the pleasant social event of
the week was thA theatre party given
on Thursday evening at the Anderson
theatre, in honor ot Mrs. Briggs and
the other ladles from Clemson^ who
were here for the Clemson encamp
ment.' It was an especially delightful
evening Including the splendid concert
by thc Clemson band, followed bv a
attractive and enjoyable little r lay,
Mr. Bleich having made a very happy
suiection for the evening. Tho ladies
were presented with several boxes of
candy, and after the play, they were
served with a delicious ice course at
Car ring ton'a. The Clemson- ladles
were Mrs. Riggs, wife ot President
Riggs. Mrs. J. M. Cummings, MM.
W. H. MBls. Mrs. Rudolph Lee, Mrs.
Winslow ' Slban, Mrs. M. V. Sloan.
Mrs. r.outton and Miss Sadler. The
Anderson ladies in tko box were Mrs.
R. E. L?igon. Mrs. Carrie Patrick,
Mrs. Rufus Fant, Mrs. J. J. Fret
well, Jr., Mrs. C. D. Minor, M TB.
O. L. Martin. Mrs. C. H. Bleich,
Miss Sara Hayes.
Tea Party Girls.
Little Miss Ruth Heese waa tho
charming little 'hostess for the Tea
Party Girls yesterday afternoon, and
it was a very happy time for each
one, and folly enjoyed.
SELECTS A FARMER FOR
Robert M. Baits ef Donalds Olren
. Position Without Asking For lt
"^More Thea Dosen Disappointed,
The"-abnouncemont that Gov. Man
ning appointed Robert M. Burts, of
.Donalds, sheriff of Abbeville county.
aa>successor to C. J. Lyon, was re
ceived with much interest in Green
wood, whern Mr. Burts hns'a num
ber of friends. The appointment
came as e surprise even to Ute new
sheriff htms?lf aa he was not sn ap
plicant for the position. Tnere were
more than a dose? men who were
working hard for the place.
Mr. Burts Is a farmer and lives a
f?w miles cast cf Donalds. He la a
younger brother of Rev, c. E. Burts,
pastor of the First. Baptist church of
Columbia and a son of Ret. R>. W.
Burti. of Honea Patt:
OST RID OF LINGERING COLDS,
' COUGHS AND LA GRIPPE.
Spring finds many afflicted with
lingering, hacking coughs that weak
en the system. Slush and wet cattai
more colds Lon ferd breather. Croup,
bronchitis, abd pneumonia are prom
lent. Every faintly should have a sato
and reliable cough medicine ready for
ns. Foley's Honey and Tat Compound
contains no harmful Ingredients, lt
eases a cough, checks a cold and re
itere* Jr Damed and congested mem
branes, it clears tho air passages and
?Oythes inOamaiatlon. Evans Phar
m.."m. 1 ._!_'_Llii!i!_113lSSi-JULL!ar.'
Numerous Visitor? to Anderson This
SENECA. March 26.-On Mondav,
Mr. R. D. Neill and Miss May Hamil- '
ton spent the day in Anderson, making
the trip In Mr. Neill's car.
Mrs. E. A. Hines was in Anderson
Wednesday. Mrs. H lue j waa looking
out for a house. They do not expect
to move until next fell.
On Tnuredsy three automobile par
ties went from here to Anderson:
Mrs. F.' Af. ;Cary, Miss Hellen Carv.
Mrs. W. J. Lunney ?ad Mrs. J. L.
Marett In Mrs. Cary's car; Dr. and
Mrs. W. F. Austin and Mr. and Mrs.
Jas. H. Lowry "nd dsughter, in Dr.
Austin's car; 5*r. and Mrs. M. A.
Wood and Mr. Glenn Sherley in Wood
and Sherleys ear.
Mrs. Lou Osborn, of Sparenburg
visited ber sister. .Mrs. J. W. St ri ti
ling here this week snd has returned
to her borne.
Mr. end Mrs. William Porcher, who
visited Mrs. J. E. Clarkson last week
have returned to their home in Green
Mrs. J. P. Blackwell of richland
and Mrs. H. P. Hclleman of 8ene>:a
hayo been spending the week in Co
lumbia with friend >.
The many friends nf Mls3 Louise
Farmer in Seneca, will be burry to
know that sac has been called liome
on account of the serious illness of
her mother, nt her home near Town
Mr.. and Mn. I). J. Boatwrlght
ha*,, moved fn.ni West I'nlon to Sen
eca' and are. extended a cordial wel
come to our town.
Mut. Rob't Mc Lees, after visiting
her sister, Mrs. Chas Floyd, has re
turned to her home In Greenville.
Mr. abd Mrs. Lee Leathers of
Greenville recently viilted Mrs.
Leathers' parenu. -Mr. and Mri. R.
R. Mllam of Sandy Springs have re
turned home after visiting Mrs.
Mi lam's parents. Mayor and Mrs. J.
t.\tr. J. Silvester Parrott. who has
pm cha .ed a half int'ere *. lu toe Hoe
Hivo stores h?3 tac.'cd his family f-mn
Washington, p. .<"., and will occupy
the Dr. Burgess house on Walhalla
Miss Sarah McMahan, who has been
attendons thy jpcFeat-Bowen Business
College In .Columbia has return*-^ io
her heme, near town. Miss McKuhan
is a very .bright young woman and is
Bald to have' made a very enviable
record at this school. She' ls the eld
est daughter of Mr. R. B. McMahan.
The leading business men ot Sene
ca have agreed to close, their stores
at.6:30 o'clock from April 1st until
. Mr...V. B^?hcv aire, of Anderson,
was in Senoca for awhile Tuesday.
' ' Can anybody beat this? Mr. J. A.
Patterson, of Earl's Grove section?
raised two gourd's last year that hold
nineteen gallons and three tmarts.
They, are oval tn shape ..and will
u.ake good wash tubs.
The Toll of Death.
Mrs. Frank: Morgan died at her
home nesr Walhalla last Thursday
night. She was . a Bufferer from
pellagra. Befofle her marriage she
was a Miss Langston. She is ?ur vi ved
by her husband and several children.
.Mr. J. B. Hlx. a former OcoSoe
cltixen died at a private sanitarium in
Atlanta last Sunday morning. He was
a Confed?rete soldier, member of
Capt. Dome Kay's company. He for
merly lived in the Shiloh section ot
this count . He ls survived, by Ms
wife. Who Was before her. marriage.
Miss Saar? Catalnedi, et Pendleton,
and the following children: Four rons.
J. E., T. P., A. C.. and 8. C. HI*,
and one daughter, Mrs. Annie War.
Carroaxa Has Luniu.u;.?
WASHINGTON, Match 25-.-Con
sular dispatches from Vera Crus to
the State department lest night said
Gen. Carranca had been confined ic
bed for the past several days suffer
ing from an attack of lumbago
No Headaches Soi? Stomach,
Bod Cold or Constipation
Get a 10-cent box now.
Furred tongue. Bad Colds. Indiges
tion, Sallow Skin and Miserable Head
aches come from a torpid liver and
clogged bowels, . which cause your
stomach to become filled, with undi
gested food, whick sours and fer
ments Ilk? ?arbeite In a swill barrel.
That's the first step to untold mLv.y
-Indigestion, foul gases, bsa breath,
yellow skin mental fears, everything
that is horrible ?nd nauseating. A
Caesar** tonight will gtvr your con
stipated bowels a thorough cleansing
and straighten you out hy morning.
They work while you sleep-a 10-cent
box from your drngtjst will keep you
feeling good for months. Millions e.
men and women take *> Cas caret now
and then io keep their stomach, liver
and bowels regulated, and never
know a miserable moment Don't for
get the children--their little insides
need a good, gentle cleansing, too.
First-get the name down pat-then
buy H ot your druggist Just the very
best thing for constipation, sick head
ache soer stomach lazy liver, slug
gish constipated bowel*. The pleas
antest, wrest nicest laxative you ever
used.- Tastes good-Ilk lemonade.
Acts promptly, without pain br
; - - a most satisfac
tory flushing ,yoa nave ever ha4,
??raes Pharmacy. I
NEW BAKERY WILL BE
IN OPERATION SQGN
IMMENSE MODERN OVEN IS]
IN PLACE AND READY
FOR FIRING UP
IS UP TO DATEI
Anderson Pore Food Company
WiU Have One of the Mort
Modem Plants in the State
Indications are that the Anderson j
Pure Food company, bakers, will |
n,ovp into their elegant new quarters
in the 'Watson-Vandlver building, on
North MaM street, next week. Thc
large modern even has been set up aa
soon as certain equipment which ?van i
shipped to Anderson, Ind., instead of
to thl3 city arrives everything will be
In readiness for the transferring of
the business from Ita (present stand on
West Benson street to the new quar
The oven which the company has j
installed in ita new quarters la prob*
ably the most modern In thia section
I of the country. It ls an Immense af
I fair, as is indicated by the fact that it J
can cook 400 full size laves at one I
time. It ia what is known aa the
"German-American Portable Brick
Oven," aud ls manufactured by the
! Hubbard Oven Company, of Chicago
and Ne..- York. Patents on the oven
I have been taken out in the .United
States of America, Canada and Eu
There is a steamer in connection
with the oveb, and in thia respect j
it is unlike any other own In this
portion of the country. This steamer
gonerateB steam and passes lt into the
oven while the bread ls baking, there
by keeping the atmosphere moist and
preventing a hard cruet forming on
the bread and the loaf coming out
Other modern equipment to be in
stalled in the bakery ls an immense
sieve machine, machines for mixing
the bread and molding it. The big
oven has two large doors where the
bread ls put in and taken out. These
doors are* so connected with an elec
trical apparatus that when the door
ls opened for the purpose of looking
In at the bread an electric light ls !
turned on, thereby lighting up the
m-sHt remoto comer of the big o\ei\
The oven burns coke und bread %
cooked at a temperature ct somet? Inp
like 450 degrees.
When the plant has been complet
ed and ls ready for operation the man
agement wilt pro' ably havo an "open
ing day," when the public will be In
vited to vi dt the place and ' Inspect
a modern brfkery.
I RUSSIANS CLAIM
KA-JK PROGRESS j
Germans Are Attempting to Prevent j
Advance at Ossonets.
PETROG'tlAD, March 25.-The I
struggle In northern Poland is ap-1
parently drawing toward tho d?vlslve j
stage. The Germans are still at
tempting to pierce the Russian line I
ist Assowetz, endeavoring to prevent
the Russians from advancing to the |
north and south of the fortress by
placing troops .between it '.abd the |
Prussian border. 4
The Russian reports assert that
considerable progress hss been made
recently and that the Russian troops
at places are within a few miles of
the border. The Germans claim that
the. Russian attacha in this region
I CATTLE INDUSTRY GOING
TO ROOS SAYS SPEAKER I
BAN FRANCISCO,. March 25.-I
Alarming conditions in the cattle In
dustry were described by H. A. las-!
tro, president of Ole American Na
tional Livestock association, tn his
annual address at the opening of the!
association's convention yesterday.
Unremunerative prides, ruinous
market fluctuations, fear of the effect
of the removal of duties on cattle and
meats and unsatisfactory range condi
tions were given as Ute unfavorable
factors. He said, however, there wa*
no shortage of cattle.
Morgan Endorsed far Contrreu?.
GREENVILLE, March -?B. A.
Morgan, candidate for congress from
the 4th district was given th> enthus
iastic and unqualified endorsement of
a large body of venrsaentatlve Green
ville county Democrats upon tit* oc
casion of tho organization cf the j
organization ct the Greenville county
l&rrgan club at the chamber of com
Will Build New School
SPARTANBCRG, Maret Tb'?
trustees of the Spartabburg, city
schools tait night a warde! tho con
tract for the new Northside school
building ?c.Willard Boggs ?Jo., of this
city, tor *3O,l?t.8tVt0 be completed
In 127 working days. Contracts for
' wiring and ventilating will be nublot.
W. B. Gulmarln. of Colombia, was
awarded the plumbing and boating j
TEN YEAR? MISERY ENDED.
J. T. Chambers, merchant. Jones- ll
boro. Arte, writes: "Foley Kidney BUM1
eared n.e of a tea-yea? standing ease
ot lhe'vr/iatlsm. I suffered miserably, j
A wi*nd*told me of being cured; so I
th>*d them, and they cared me. tao."
1 icbt middle aged men and women are
to leam that Foley Kidney Pills
aftord a way to escape sleep distara? j
lng bladder weakness, backache, rhee j ?
roatlsm. puffiness under eyes, sift abd '
??woolen joint*, and other (Ms sitrtbut- l
pd to kidney truebte*.. Eran's Iher-L
Joaftcy. - ..
Delivery and Price
Not only on account of our ability to save you
money on your Grocery bill, but because of the High
Quality of Groceries etc., which we sell, the Good
Service we render, and the Quick Delivery which we
maintain at all times do we solicit a big share of
Nowhere in Anderson will you find a greater
number of Nationally Advertised lines of nigh grr
goods than here. Quality with us thc very first con
sideration; service next, and then price. /
We have just secured the exclusive agency for
the celebrated PAUL JONES flour. This is recog
nized by hospital authorities as the purest and best
flour manufactured. We carry, among many other
well known brands-Crystal Domino Sugar, Crystal
Domino Syrup, Beech-Nut products, Heinz 57 varie
ties, Campbell's Soups, Morris & Co.s meats, King
i an Co.'s line of meats, and many others equally as
No matter where you live, nor how much you
buy at a time-we'll deliver it. We delivered one
order this week to a party in the edge of Belton; so
don't think you live too far, nor your order too
small for us to deliver, and to deliver quickly. :
Specials For Today
10 lb bucket of good compound jard... 90c
10 lb bucket Snowdrift lard.. ?Bc
20 tb bucket Snowdrift lard.$1.90
7 cakes Octagon Soap .... 25c
7 cakes Clean Easy Soap. 28c
7 pekgs. Grand Mas Washing Powders 2Bc
Kerosene Oil, per gallon. 10c
Irish Potatoes, No. l Extra choice, pk. 20c
Paul Jones Flour
This brand of flour is undoubtedly the purest,
cleanest and best flour on the market at any price.
It is ;.:ade from carefully selected wheat, which ls
first washed clean, then dried thoroughly, and then
ground into flour by, the very latest and best scien
tific methods of milling. The result is bound to be
excellent This flour costs a trifle more than infer*
lor grades, b-u-t-it is well worth the difference.
We have "Paul Jones" Graham Flour made of
the entire grain of wheat which is first washed, dried,
and ground into flour, put up in 4 lb cartoons which
we are selling for... ... *. ...28c
We also have this Paul Jones Pastry or Cake
Flour, which is a self rising flour, especially adopted
for pastry, or cake baking. This is also put up in 4
pound cartoons,1 and sold for.25c
Crystal Dc-?ino Syrup. We have just secured
the sale of thhr absolutely pure syrup, lt is of the
same quality as the Crystal Domino Sugar. The
price of this syrup in trial packages is only.10c
"Beoc?rNut" products, embracing sliced break
fast bacon, sliced beef, peanut butter, jellies, pre
serves, jams, figs, Oscar's Sauce, made from the
original recipe of Oscar, the famous Waldorf Astoria
Heinz 87 Varieties, we carry the entire line of
pickles, preserves, condiments, vinegars, etc.
We mention these well known brande of goods,
so that when you wish something of this kind, you
win know where to come to get the best
Remember please, that that we arc OUTSIDE the '
HIGH RENT DISTRICT, and we can ind will save
youiil'oney tm your Groceries.
, 1 1 '. . .1 -i iii,II .
"Our delivery wagons pass your door
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South Side Grocery Company
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