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A Lubin Masterpiece in o parts In EUGENE WALTERS, author
ol 'THE EASIEST WAV," "PAID IN HULL" and "A PLAIN WO
MAN." Featuring Bernard Seigei, Ruth Bryant, Clara Lambert,
Gaston Bell, Fred Fiedman and Chas. Wangeman.
Evelyn Nesbit Thaw and
Wm. Russell Thaw
THE THREADS OF DESTINY'
ADMISSION: 5c and 10c. Special Music by our excellent Orchestra
OF COURSE! WE DO NQT CLOSE FOR SUPPER
TII1H-AND FIVE CENTS!
DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out Mild
-blip, ?ncIOHO Uve. cents to Foley & Co.,
Chicago, 111., writing your name and
address clearly. You will receive in
return a trial packago containing Fol
ey's Honey and Tar Compound, for
coughs, colds and croup; Foley Kid
ney I'llls, for pain In sides and back,
rheumatism, backache, kidney and
bladder ailments; and Foley Cathartic
Tablets, a wholesome and thoroughly
cleansing cathartic,, especially com
forting to stout .persons. Evans Pser
P. ll. Spec, .lr., rf Greenville 1?
Hie guest of Alston Carter on Fant
lt. V. Acker of William lion was
among the visitors in tho city yester
President Kinard Talks ot Plans
for Future Expan
Dr. J. P. Kinard. president of An
derdon College, wa?, m Columbia yes
terday, returning from the meeting
ot tbe State Teachers' association in
Florence says Thc Columbia State ot
Speaking of thc institution of which
Wc Deliver the Goods
Not for the love of us do people trade with us. They have a rea
so? satisfactory to themselves and pleasing to us.
. The Clemson boys, eight hundred strong, ate sausage and steak
from our market three times a day, while in Anderson, and not one
word of complaint have we he.A.rd of. A great deal depends on the
cuoklng of mets. We have the right class of meats if you have the
Saturday was a record dav w ith us, in frea.i meats as well as in
groceries. Had we advertised good and strong we could not have
waited on the trade. We are nojt selfish; we want our competitors to
get a\\ the business that we can't get. We don't want any of our
customers led ott by cheap prices for a time. All things being equal,
we will meet any pnce you can get on fresh meats and groceries.
We have a line layout of fresh meats for this week.
iv"--' ..' V ". . ' . ' ' .**.'...
Pure Pork Sausage, per lb.'..15c
Fine Mixed Sausage, per lb. .12 l-2c
Very best Steaks and Roast, per lb . . . .15c
Pork Ham, per lb. .r-17 l-2c
Beef Liver, per.Jb . ..._.12 l-2c
Mutton Roast and Chops, ncr lb ..15c to 20c
Souse Meat, pe Mb.'. . . ... .i . .... .15c
?.?vcr Sausage, per lb .:..'... ... ... .15c
Boiled Ham, sliced, per lb".! .' ,35c
Cured Ham. sliced,- per lb.25c
* Beef Brains, per set. ..15c
Kinghans Sliced Breakfast Bacon, per lb.35c
Pork Chops, per lb ... ..15c
We have Steak and Sausage as low as 1 oe per lb but to be honest
w ith you there is no economy in buying it. The best is always the
When you buy flour you get thc best, then why not be particular
about thc meats you buy. Bread makes fat and meat makes muscle,
li you will buy them from us you will grow, healthy, weathly and
[Remember wc have wagons and phones and we deliver the goods
on slwrt notice.
We? have some good trades in flour this week and more coming.
Plour that satisfies, per barrel.$7.50
Rib coi?ec, t5c lb, 7 1-2 lbs for ... :.$1.00
We haye sold l5,ooo, lbs of this coffee in the past six months
without a complaint.
5oo lbs Pork and Mixed Sausage for ne>^ Saturday at a price to
Grape Fruit, 6 for.'. . . .25c
Dranges, dozen.,.12 l-2c and 16c
W. A. Power
he is the head. Dr. Kinard said:
"Tlie article in The State o? Friday
and the signed statement of Dr.
Hhtckburn on Saturday make it per
fectly plain that Anderson College has
nu intention of combining with
Chleora. A sufllclent answer to any
auch suggestion is found in the fact
to which Dr. Iiluckburn calls atten
tion, that Anderson College is owned
and controlled by the Baptist denomi
nation of South Carolina.
Never In Helter rendition.
"As a matter of fact. Anderson Col
lege was never in better condition
thou it ls today. Thc State Itaptlst
convention which met in Charleston
last December gave thc college all it
asked for and since that time thc
president and thc trustees have been
busy making plans for further de
velopment and improvement.
"The convention kt Charleston
Sranted to the college an exclusive
privilege of conducting a three ycart*
campaign for the ourpose of raising
$100.000 for the Institution. The col
lege has Just secured the services of
ono of the best business men in the
Slate. He will bo a permanent offi
cer of the institution and will begin
work for tho college about April 1.
lust aa soon as he can close up his
private affairs. The cit leen o? An
derson aro ready now to start . this
subscription with from $15.000 to
$20.000 and the college will certair.ly
got thc remainder from the rest -ot
"Everything nt the institution is
moving along satisfactorily. Under
the experienced leadership of thc
dean of the college. Miss Helen P.
Smith, with the he?p of the presi
dent and thc faculty, u system of
cooperative government has been in
stituted. Thia is generally jf prepar
ing students to meet the respo labili
ties of life after leaving the walls of
their alma mater. Both students and
luculty are well pleased with tts I
working at Anderson College. Tho
uurpoi>c of Uli'-1 instltutlou has always
boen to provide for a small number of
students the beat conditions tor moral,
mental and physical development.
'A great deal of thought and at
tention ia given at the college tc thc
matter of training/for r~rT'' Ttoj?fcl
beers-ot the institution aro in th or??,
ough sympathy with the awakened
public conscience, pn this subject.;
They mean to make the ?12 acres oZ
College Heights H training place for,
health und right living..
"N'o. Anderson College is too busy
now. and too firmly entrenched in thc
affections of the great denomination
that supports lt. to be thinking ot
uniting with any Institution."
Flrtt-get thc name down pot-thon
buy lt ot your druggist. Just tho vory
boat thing tor constipation, sick head
ache, sour stomach, lasy liver, slug
gish constipated bowels. Tho pleas
antest, surest, nicest laxative you ever
used. Tastes good-lik lemonade.
Acts promptly, without pain ? or
nausea. Gives you the most sa tia fa ot
tory flushing you baye ever bad;
Sam Harper, Manager.
Frank*?Ile Defra** Willlatn*ton.
Tho Frshktlll? nigh' achoo,! bael ?
ball team defeated WUIlamston tyff
the latter's, diamond 6 tr. It waa a
hard fought contest, and the Prarie-,
ville boy3 well deserved the victory*
The..features ot the contest was the.
fielding of Welborn for th? William
ton team, and the fielding and bat
ting If Ros? for Frankville.
TE? TEAR'S MISER* ENDED.
J. T. Chambers, merchant, .Tonca
bo ro. Ark.\ writes t "Foley KMney Pills
cured me vt a ten-year standing case
of rheumatism. I suffered miserably.
A friend told me of being cured; so I
used them, and they cured me, too."
Meit middle aged men and women are
glad to learn that Foley kidney Pills
nffovd a way to escape sleep disturb
ing bladder weakness,. >.<*ckacbe, rheu
matism, pufanesn under eyes, alff and
S woolen' Joints, and other Ul? attribut
ed to kidney tr" nblen. Evan's Phar
MHS. VT. A. HUDUEN8, Editor
Senior riiiltiiln-a Mus*, i
The Senior Philatbea ?'la:-* of tb?
First Presbyterian church will nteet
at 3:30 on Thursday afternoon ut
Hold Chlquola With Mrs. il. L. \>i/
nick and Mrs. Wm. H. Overman.
Miss Eugenie Maxwell is spending
this week with Mrs. Kate Maxwell
on Calhoun street.
Mr. and Mrs. lt. A Mos!y spent
tile week end with relatives in liol -
Mr. and Mrs. S. () Haw? s of Elber
ton, Ga., are the guests of Ur. and
Mrs. ll. A. Henry.
Mrs J. M. Chandler of Sumter is
tlie guest ut her brother, Mr. W. il
Keese at the Prince House. Mrs.
t'iiandler was formerly Miss Litzis
Keese of this city and was one of An
derson's most charmin? and popular
ybttng women. She has many friends
here, who will give lier a very cordial
Miss Sara Kurman has returned to
her home at Clemaon. after a visit io
Mrs. Lou Osborne has returned to
her home in Sparenburg alter a visit
lo relatives here. . .
Miss Uuth Archer has returned
from Florence where she attended
the Teachers' State association. She
also flopped over in Columbia as
the guest of friends at the College
li. K. Lee Meeting Postponed.
The regular monthly meeting of Hie I
Robert E. Lee Chapter has been post
i med from Friday the 2nd which ls
Good Friday to Thursday the 8th of
Marguerite Clarke in Goose Girl.
Marguerite Clarke will he at the
Paramount theatre on Wednesday in
the charming and beautiful little play
"Goose Girl." Marguerite Clarke was
herc a week ago in "Wild .Flower."
and she delighted eyjury one who ?aw
her. It will be a benefit performance
for the Senior PlillaUirn of the First
Presbyterian chtlron. and thc ladles
are expecting a big crowd.
Low Prices is
getting the business
. Out of the High Kent Dis
trict' * enables us to name very
tempting prices. Your telephone
.makes us near neighbors, and we
deliver anything anywhere, and
do it quickly and pleasantly.
"Our Delivery wagon?
pas* your door every
South Side Grocery Company
5 Salesmen \ Deliveries
i 2 Phone, 74 and 98
FIRE LAST NIGHT IN
R. I. TRiBBLES S10RE
Blaze Originated in Box o* Hats
On Second Floor-Damage
Fire broke out lust evening ubout
l.'.'M o'clock in the rear of Hie second
flo'ir of lt. W. Tribble ?j Co. s
ctuthing store, but ?as cheesed be
fore anv very ?clous damage wau
done. The blaze evidently originated
in a box of straw hal?, as it was in
.that fireniep .discovered fire when
they gaiucd access to tile building and j
rushed up stairs with the hose line. I
Thc blaze was first discovered by |
.MTS. Lewis, who resides on Church
street, almost opposite the rear ot
the store. She saw the flames
through the rear window and notified
Captain of the Police Hell, who turn
ed in the alarm.
The origin of the fire is a mystery.
Mr. Tribble and his as datants had
locker! the store and gone not more
than 20 minutes before the fire was
In' effecting an entrauce to tho
store firemen we-e obliged to break
through one of the plate glass front
doors of the building. They were
then able to open the rear door
through which they brought a lin?
of he ie. Tho box of iiats was de
stroyed. a? was some clothing and
oilier furnishings, liut the greatest
Jamage to tue stock of goods is from
water and smoke.
It was impossible last night for
Mr. Tribble to estimate the amount
of his loss. Thp property was pro
tected by insurance.
Better be safe than sorry-Willett
P. Sloan, insurance.
t?rala and Seeds.
Far corn, per bushel . ...UOc to ^1.00
Mixed peas.$1.00 to $1.60
Cane seed, per bushel.SI.2."?
Soy beans, per bushel.. ..'_$2.50
California black eye peas, per
bushel.$2.7."i to $:!.00
Dwarf Esjex llape, per pound. ..li
Cleveland, per bushol.. . .75e to $1.00
Cooks, per bushel .. ..$1.00 to $1.2.1
Toole, per bushel.75c to $1.00
Mitchells Prolific, per bushel.. $1.00
Texas Riordan, per bu. $1.'J0 to $1.2.'.
Cul pepper, per bushel.$1.00!
Hens. each....'.55c to 50c
Friers, each ....30c to 45c
Porkers dressed, per lb. 12c to 12 l-2c
Hogs dressed, per lb.:.Ile
Mutton dressed, per lb. 10c to ll l-2c
Deel cattle, per lb.4 to 4 l-2c !
Veal calf, per lb.I to ."? l-2o|
Hogs, per lb.8 to 'Ju
Sheep, per lb. ,.4 1-2 to ? l-2c
Country hams, per lb. 15c to 17 l-2c
Eggs, por doz.17 l-2c
Rutter, per lb.'.. 20 lo 25c
Sweet potatoes, per bu. . .$1.00 to $1.10
Turnips, per bu.60c to 85c
Turnip Greens, per bu... 60c to 75c
Spring onions, per bunch 2c to 3 l-2c
Locul cotton. ,0c
Kew York Cotton.
NEW YORK, March 29.-*Whlle Liv
erpool cables , made a relatively easy
showing today tho local market open
sd Arm at a decline of three points
for May but was generally one to
four pointa higher on a renewal of
thc recent buying movement Octo
ber contracts made new high records
for the season during the early trad
ing. ?iTerings became less active af
ter the market broke some, Ave or
seven points later on realizing. There
were slight rallies early In the after
s Open.'High. Low. Close
Jan . .10'51 lO.r.5 10.42 10.43
Mar . . ..
May . . ! 9.56 9.68 fi.56 8.57
July . . . 9.90 10.00 9.35 9.St
Aug . . .10.12 10.14 10.12 9.90 i
Oct . . .10.24 10.31 10,61 10.131
Dec. . . .10.45 10.49 10.35 -10.Ul
New York spots. 9.60.
Liverpool soo'., 5.40; tone, steady;
sales. 8,000: receipts li,ooo.
Wheat-Mart Open. 1.49; high,
1.49: low. 1.481-9. July: Open. 1.1?,
high. 3.20; low. 1.1* b?. 4September:
Open. 1.08 1*8; hlg?fl 1.0C3-8; low,}
LOS 1-3. .
Corn-May: Open. 713-8; high. 72,
low, 711-i. Jul*. Open. 74; high, 75;
low, 74 1-8.
Oats-Open: 57; high, 57; low. 57.
July: Open 531-4; high 43 1-2; low,
New York Storks.
NEW YORK. March 89.-A further
rise of 87. a new high record. . fc?
Bethlehem Steel was the dominant
feature of . today's early opening of
the ?tock market All the more sea
soned stocks were higher. Later.
Bethlehem Steel wsn erratic, declin
ing to CS 1-2, then recovering to 87.
Trading was dull early lo the after
noon. Bon daw ere steady.
Miss HUI* Foster Of Pendleton was
shopping in the city yesterday.
Ola Foster of Pendleton wa? in Hw
city yesterday on bu*lness.
Pretty too and good of
In pat leather and gun
metal with cloth tops
$3.50 and $4.00
Received yesterday lots
of unusually pretty
from Aitken & Gage.
We are ready to fill all
your wants in a proper
manner in Mijlinery.
Also many delightfully
new things in
You'll find this a
mighty good place to
do all your Easter
"The Daylight Store.
W. H. llAHIIV OF F LOK EX'F
IS NARCOTICS INSPECTOR
COLUMBIA. March 2?V-W. H. Dar
by. Ph. G., proprietor of Darby*?
pharmacy. Florence, has received his
commission as inspector in the inter
nal revenue service under the Harri
son act for the regulation of traffic
in habit-forming drugs and has re
ported for duty at the office in Co
lumbia of the collector for South
Carolina. D. C. Heyward. Mr. Darby
was educated at the University of
South .Carolina One o''his vdass
maies there was Samuel McGowan bf
Laurens, now paymaster general' of
tho navy, with the ranw of rear ad
OFT Bill OF LINGERING COLDS,
COUGHS AND LA GRIPPE.
Spring Ands many afflicted willi
lingering, hacking coughs that weak
en the system. Slush and wet eau:-. :
more colds than zero weather. Croup,
bronchitis, and pneumonia arc provo
lent. Every family should'have a s af :
and reliable cough medicine ready for
ua. Foley's Honey and Tat Compound
contains no harmful ingredients, lt
'jases a cough, checks a cold and re
lieves Inflamed and congested mem
branes, it clears thc air passages and
soothes inflammation. Evana Phar
E. c. Kva;,s of Pendleton was in
the city yesterday.
DE KO VEN HARMONY'FOUR
A Splendid Male Quartette
M?VIES FOR TODAY
" "A DAY THAT IS DEAD"
A Majestic Two reel drem a
A Keystone Comedy
P. S, Any request left at the box office for
any particular song will fae honored tho fol
lowing day. lliis ia the best male quartette
< eve?* m Anderson.