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Wf don't know anything abou
the Wiieat market, whether it'
?tolngtto be higher or lower bu
wo do know that we have jnor
flour ?on hand than \\v? ne?d. W'
fleed .trie space in our store-an?
We need the money this flour, rep
resents. We ?re frank about it
WO aro aol selling as much flou
Ot wo oaf ht to.
.' Here goes to speed it up a lit
48 lbs best grade fancy paten
ftour ..... .$l.?H
.#^24; lbs-best grade fancy paten
48; lbs best grade self ri sin.
tour jp..- ..$?.Oj
s^j lbs best grade, ?self_iisjQJ
filgh grade line of fresl
groceries on hand always.
Jf 'H's a grocer you need-yoi
need us. v
Cash Grocery Co
A Good Grocery Store.
the man to dr .?bur keith
.eat tbs pie that X put
: ..Ihmtii En?oatfasi 4Cfr -
k cf feUCE
. We have opened a new grb<
eiy, wth new stock, with everj
thing of the very best and whic
we pfo|ogjn. to sell|it|ver^ii
erate pfttsf VleaVgile usV
4$ !fe* ai . . . $13
Good roasted coffee, 7 ll
for ... .
Irish Potatoes, per pk... .28
And everything else in prc
portion. ^ *
Corner Whither and Mcbuffy SI
. ;i ?.'?Jiti
. Fish of all kinda, Shrimp. Oral
abd Ut&er sea fnod at all tlmcB J
moiciat* prices, Phone us yoi
?natSt ?nd let us nu them. Prom]
. tiSH DRESSED FREE
C F. POWER
rh?sh??.lt?. C^T^McDaffle and Pense
HOLY WEEK SERVICES
IN EPISCOPAL CHURCH
"STORY OF THE CROSS" TO
BE SUNG ON MAUNDY
Will Be Observed > Today bi Ap
propri?t? Manner at Grace
Today, being^'lfnlm Sunday, ushers
In Moly Week. An Interesting pro-!
?ram uf appropri?t" rfcrvic'-s have j
been announced nur Grace Episcopal
- church, beginning today and ending
Holy WVck. or* Passion Week, rn
generally known, ls that which Im
( mediately precedes Baster, and IM de
voted especially to commemorate tin?
) passion of tin? l.ord. Thu day? more,
especially Bolemyiiied during it an?
i spy Wednesday) Mu'uuqy. Thursday,
Good Friilay and Holy Saturday, lt ls
C Un Innilfntlon ot vory carly origin, and
* is known as . (?reat Week. Silent
Week, Penitential Week. etc.
9 T Spy Wednesday waa a name Riven
5.in lUusloti to the betrayal of Christ
j liv 'Julia- Ipt^lfot . . Myumly o? i lilly
^Thursday ?'^?ClaHy*? .commemorates!
EL JjB?.Ul?tUuUop pf the Eucharist.
~ The "program* of services at ur?c? '
^ church f?>- Palm Sunday and Holy
Week, as announced by thu F'dor,
[?iYJif ?.Ft?eyv"J.iH.' .Oibboney. ht as^folj :
iowa:' '? --? ? '
Sen Ires Palin Sunday,
in: I.', a. in.-Sunday school.
11:30 a. ni.--Thi> Holy Eucharist
4:ito p. m.-Choral liven Hong and
ll ol j . Week.
Monday. 10:00 a. m.-Holy Euchar
Monday. 4:00 p. m.-Evening pray
er and address.
. Tuesday. 10:00 a. m.-Holy Ell
Tuesday. 4:00 p. m.-Evening pray
er and address.
? Wednesday. ,10:00 a. m.-Holy Eu
m diarist. iiJtii
Maundy Thursday;'' 10:00 a. m.
Maundy Tl?uj)??day? ft:rt0 < \\ ; I pt.
Good Friday, 10 :a0-Morning pray
er and WiMPaW
I i$00&Jr y 2:30 p^ ?Y-7,Thrj'0
^ i ?t??idaj*'?:00 p. & jQftkWentil)
Easter Even, "10:00. a. m.-Holy
Eaator Even, 4:00 p. m.--Evening
On Maundy Thursday ovening the
o o o j| o ^^^s^ ? . ? ? .
We ?fe ujSpf?bme pretty weather
t ow. (ind tRyw farmers are making
good use of it. some of them have
nearly all of their fertilizer in and a
?. lot of thnlr land reudy tc. plant. There
9 aro not many of them using as much
fertilizer this year ai they did last.
That's right Mr.' Farmer, we glory In
.your spunk. <\
Miss Fae Mays, of near Pcndlf ton, is
.. visiting her sister, M TB. foster Evatt;
Foy. Mr. Owen of Pendleton spent
f. Wednesday night at the home of Mr.
' D. C. Evatt.
II Miss Ella'Nelson visited Mrs. P.
i .fi- Gllleoplp Tuesday afternoon. i
r [ZW*!*- vfabiaj* ig?|
???nta>. Mia^\ WSwoe*:J?>jfc:l
berton. Ga. Mrs. Evatt received |
V?nl ?r?wa'hys ?gS-tlf?rMrR. Swords*
had had a fall and received internal
iL Ti\jru-*/' W*ddh**?\lKht cau|e an .abces3
\pH j?er li^rf.' -SiiM. Kv^eUyit un No,.
ji";19, Rbuthttftundi train Tb^aaaj . fjfoni
5. Mr, and Mrs. P-CG?leapto spont
Sunday vfc?ry pleasantly with Mr. and
ll Mrs. Eugene McAllster. ?
" Mrs. Mary WllBon and little child
es ron. Eva and Ralph, . and Mrs.
"' Florence Wilson and children, Izell
O' and Harold, visited ,Mra. Jpsephlno
f NorriB last Tuesday.
?C Mrs. T. F. Evatt and children,
Maud and Wayman and Mrs. Euther
," Kay and children. Ines, Ueatrtce and
Honstln, and Miss Fae Maya were vis
itors at the borne bf Mrs. P. c. ful
Cotton pickings are the order of the
day in ?M> aectlo?. We hove enjoyed
, several nie? ones herc of late, but they
ts are about over for this soaaon. The
?t fact, of which, we ure very proud, for
~ .we think we ha va had our share of
cotton picking foi a while at least.
Mr. and Mrs. Euther Kay were
Visiting Mr. and . Mrs. Jenkins or
Pendleton laBt Sunday.
T. E. Smith bf West C?lon was a
, visitor in the city, yesterday.
JNQ HEADACHE OR
\ NEURALGIA PAIN
ut Get a IO cent package of Dr.
>t James* Headache Powders
and don*t suffer.
When your head aches you simply
must have relief or -.you will go wild.
It's needless to suffer when you can?
take a remedy like Dr. James' Head
ache Poifders and rcliovo tho pain and
", neuralgia at onttMv Send someone to
tho drug fciora now fdr a dime package
" ?r Dr.jJames' Headache Powders.
Don't duffer.^ Ia a lew moments you
Jj will feeF fBe~-H*aduche, gone-no
? more riedralgJU pdaV W
The attractive ch
of y our ?tail 0]
Let us si
o o o^o ^'o~?^cV obrero o b ? o "
ip n -v ; .-.).' .... : o'
o \ MW?iss o
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O O O O O O O OOOOOOOOO
Mrs. W. Frank McGee entertained
the members of the Sewing Circle,
and invited . guests on Friday after
noon. Mrs. S. J. Hood and Mrs. W.
R. Mulllnlx rendered vocal selections
and Mrs. W. Frank McQee instrumen
tal during the meeting, which were
greatly on joyed. Much amusement
was furnished by the contest in^.por
tralt making, each lady making that
of another .and then, presented it to
the one whom it rep??setcd.
After Bpending a pleasant tune in
hand ? ord, a tempting sweet courso
Miss Thelma Smith left Friday for
M isa : LO? ' Jackson: I who., lids, .been,
has Returned TiQmo. ( . i,
Mr. 'J. 'g.J Watson who.lias, been jth'e.
E4t- qr per 'motlier f or^i^y erat, days.
todhy twy tier home lu 'Anderson. ,
[?.3. T,, ,C,. Jacksoli hud? Miss Al -
ya To.Wnaend were shopping in
Prof. Clift ?). vqleman and wife ant),
Miss Carrie Howell lett yesterday for
a few days stay with relatives In the
Miss Kate Kampcy is spending the
week-end with relatives in Anderson.
Mr. Lester Sadler of Anderson is
visiting her patents, Mr. and Mrs. D.
Miss Annie Beaty spent a few tioure
in Anderson Thursday shopping.
At a meeting of the Timrod Liter
ary society of the Iva High Behool
Friday afternoon th?) following of
ficers were elected to serve the next
month. Mr. Eugene Watt, president;
Miss Neta' Adams, vice president;
Miss Nancy Pearson,, secretary; Mr.;
Earl Smith, s?rgeant-at-arms ; Mr.'
Brp<*e Adams', assistant^ sergeant-at
krros; Mr. Jack Gllltlahfl,''Junior cen
sor; Mids Essie Cook, ,<ienidr censor.
Mrs. M. li* Kay of ML Carmel ls
spending the week here on lu&iness.
-, Despite the inclemency ot tho
weather jiulte a number ot ladles as
sembled at the store ct W. Frank Mc
Geo'ihis morning for the opening. A
beautiful line.of hats of various stylos
snd shapes were displayed. Mrs. L?v
erait has Just returned from Atlanta
where she bought M full and complete
line of millinery and trimmings.
Mr. Char Ho Townsend of-Anderson
Is Spending sometime nt the home
bf hts mother, Mrs. A. C. Townsend.
Rev. J. A. Clotfelter of Lowndes
ville ?pent a few hours in town one
day this week.
Mrs. J. A. McAllster ho has been on
a short visit to .relatives tn Ander
son has retuw med home.
Mrs. W. Frank McGee and Mrs. S.
.1. Hood spent a few hours, in Ander
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jones were visi
tors in T/Owndosvllle. Wednesday.
Mrs. J. D. Wilson and Mrs. S. M.
s of East*
arm and beauty of :
red Coat Suit,*Dress
low you how well pi
handsome, stylish ai
?ti fi ... ; J' .
We are showir
charge. PriGes fr<
hand now. And i
Silk Poplins, all si
Taffetas, 36 inche:
Crepe de Chine, A
And lots and 1
The display we are n
de Chine, Crepe Meteor
tion around town. Esp<
the exceptionally low pi
S25.00 values at . ..
S2O.00 Values at.... .
jtvi 5.00 values at...,
S 12.50 values at.
Slo.oo .valuer al ' . ...
S7.5o%thies: at V. . -,.T
.t"' f uni . -i?,. ,.- ..
i?;?-;t.D tn t t?iui
McAdams and cltildre'd-'have" returned I
from a visit to'LowfldesVlllfe WJiere I
they went td tfttend the Fennel-Jones ?
wedding. .. i
Mr. Feaster Jones of ^Starr wau In. d'
town a short while Trtlimday on bust?
Miss Lila Sherard1-has returned
home after a visit v>t several weeks <
with her elster. Mrs. J. E. Watson of "
Messrs. J. T. Bowman, Eugene
Clinkscales and Gamewell Huckabee
of Lowndcsvllle were business visi
tors here Friday.
END INDIGESTION 1
OR STOMACH PAIN
' IN FIVE MINUTES
"Pape's PUpcpshV* ranice; sick,
ovJ , sour, ga^y stomachs
"r" ?'. .'. . "?'?' V t ." ?
feel fine*- .. ????<?
Bot! . ' .'; ? j, ure M
1 'Tim? it! In five minutes aU stomach
distress will go. No Indigestion, henri,- *
B?rn. sourness or . belching of gas,
actd. eructations ot., undigested.'food, ',
ho dlsz'lness, bloating, '. ?our breath' '<
br hcodaeke. .
. ' Pape's Diapepsln ?in noted for Its
speed in regulating, upset, stomachs.
It ls the surest, qutckeaivand roost cer- ]
tain indigestion remedy in the whole ,
world, and besides lt ls harmless.
Millions of men and women now eat .
their favorite foods without fear^-- j
they know Pape's Diapepsln will save (
them from any stomach misery.
Please, for your sake, get a large
fifty-cent case of Pape's Diapepsln ,
from any drug store and put your .
stomach right. Don't keep un being (
miserable-life ls too' short-you are ,
not here long, so make your stay (
agreeable. Eat what you like and di- ,
gest it; enjoy it, without dread of .
rebellion in the stomach.,.....
Pape's Dispepsia talcnga tn your ,
heme anyway. Should one of tho tam- i
Hy eat something which don't agree ,
With them, or in case of an attack of ,1
indigestion, dypepsta. gastritis or i
stomach d?rangement at daytime or ,
during the night, lt le. hsndy. to giv*. ,
the quickest, surest relief known. ,
WILL STAY ON JOH ,
WASHINGTON. Maren 26.-When
President Wilson was asked by callera
today where he expected to spend hts
vacation. Ile replied that his only
purpose at present was to remain in
Washington so long as the war con
tinu? J .
It ls the president's purpose to stay '
at fats desk each morning and thresh *
Otlt the nuzzling international quo*- <
Hons which arise, and t,o spend the 1
afternoons between the golf links and 1
tho automobile. '. ]1
Notwithstanding the tremendous I
weight under which he has been J
working for manv months, tho preel- 1
lent ls in excellent splil.t* and' looks ?
extremely well. The air or the parks i
and golf links have kept bis ii
well-tanned. ' i
nhey Have .
your Easter appare
i or Hat. The narri
repared we are to a
yparel for Easter ai
lg the prettiest fiats in tnt
one of this season's beai
ftby were bought RIGHT
hades, $1.00 values at ..
s wide, $1.50 values at .,
\0 inches wide, $2.00 val
ots of ocher materials for
laking now of dresses in all thc
, etc., has created quite a sensa
scially is this true on account bf
ices we ?are naming.
.... : .'.<': \ .$17.48 '
...^ ? 14.98
.:\. ';-.v 7.48
itt d& m
SEES NO REASON WHY ONE
SHOULD NOT BE SENT
TO THIS COUNTY
RESTS WITH LONG
*gent Could Be Had Were Ap
propriation Made By State
Agent Prof. Long
K>i I'".'.*. "i" * ? *
V.M \?< . v*t!?u' uX ir,I ir'mid M w
.-r,T?* '?grlcslCurar cemmtttee bf? tb*
rkamboT' of conw?erc? which, recently
wrote-CdttgresBR-ran' Ai' ''Fi'- LeveCV
tedlrtha? of ?? committee \jh-agri-'
DUlturo. at tho request of the Ander-<
t?a i Negro Jiuslnesa-Men's League,
prit h reference to the nratter of se-'
juting a negro farm oe'm'rfi?atrni?r for?
ho instruction colored 'farmers of
Anderson County, ia fti" rec?ipt of - a
Communication from Mr. Lever in
which the writer staten that the only |
way a negro farm demonstrator could
JO secured would be through the ap-1
iroprlation of tunda for that purpose j
)t Prof. ' W. W. Long, State Agent ?
>f Demonstration and Extension
Work in South Carolina.
Mr. Lever adds that he sees no
.eason why Anderson County should
tot procur? a demonstrator. Sumter
?ounty has a negro farm dernoni/re
or* who gives instruction to the col
ored farmers of that county, and the
ixperiment is said to bo proving high
At the time the agricultural com- :
ni Kee wrote Mr. Lever it wis not j
mown that thc d?monstration agent
?otter waa. iii' file .hpnds- . Of.. Prof.'|
jong, otherwise the commp-iee would!
lave i&k?n th?'* proposition "up direct*
j| with htni. T,h? committee will get
? touch -with" Prof. J&o'ng in ?egard
d this matter.
In thia, connection lt will bu of In*
orest generally lip know that ".wr.
trenaman Le-rer'spoke of Prof. long
s the best man In his* kind of work In
he South today.
TEN TEAK'S ?I8KBY ENDED.
J. T. Chambers, merchant. Jones
Oro, Ark., writes: "Poley Kidney Pills
ured me of a ten-year standing case
t rheumatism. I suffered miserably.
L friend told me of being cured; so t
ned them, and they cured ree, too."
lost middle agud men and women are
lad to learn that Foley Kidney. Pills
fiord a way to escape sleep .disturb,
ig bladder Weakness, backache, ri
?atismv puniness under ?yea. sift and
woolen Joints, eal other ?is attribat
d io kidney troubles. Evan's Phar
eJ i#i/J Appreciate
In Our Complete
1 will depend upon the becomingness
tiony of colors from head to toe.
assist you in the choosing of
id the entire season.
* city; and our prices are about,Half what others
i ? u. ;
t'j. >fit :>j"."r .
itif uTew silks are represente&'iii our stock, on
. Seer these prices. <
'. .?.'...; ? . ;. ...... .? ,? .o *i ..' . '.. /dc per yftroi
. *. '. . *. . I* . ; . .'*. . . ? . . *. . . * . . *, . . ! t . .' . ?. .^*^^**
LICS, cit * . . # *? fm, .. . . . . ? . . . " . .'*. .*. - ?$1 ?39
suits and evening gowns.
We have a splendid assortment of Spring's newest
styles in models, fabrics an i colors. We we better pre
pared this sea~son than ever before to serve you in. this
department and at special prices, too. \Y#?tyiugj}t these
. suits ai.close prices and we are selling theni'now .at mid
' 5?tasb;n prices. Better hurry,, this is Easier ^tftft^g week,
i t:>g25uOO val?es at ... ... ... ...... ... ,..?.$17.49
^r*? You Pay -Less ^-^^ -
tt?tr. sj-.'-ttsu J. i, ' -t'' . ~ t,t? '' '''
Sullivan Hardware Co.
Anderson, S. G. Belt >PAS. C. Greenville, S. C.
Now is the time to have your tires repaired for the spring
and summer service. 1 can vulcanize your old tires or sell you
new ?ties. See me for
j ' GOODYEAR AND AJAX
tjres and accessories. Also the^farnotts
HOWE RED TUBE
. better known as the clover leaf tube,
j All repair work guaranteer}.' . . yfyAtffi irttoi.a?i <
S Free air to customers.
Templeton's Vulcanizing Works
IOS N. McDuffie Street.
Business Phone 270. Resident'Pho;ie 814.
COLE. L, BLEASE
Celaaibia, 8. C.
JNO 8. ADGEJR rV?ULLALLY
Anderson, s. C
Offlw* 7M Vi. Whit ncr HU
Telephon? 85ft, Anderdon, 8. C.