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Choice Coffee the
"Blue Package" Coffee
This is the product of the Pan
American countries, skilfully
roasted by Chase & Sanborn, the
largest coffee house in the United
This "Blue Package" coffee
has stood the test where others
failed, per pound.30c
Did you know that we have
customers who have been drink
ing this coffee 13 years without
changing and still drinking it.
Why? Because they get the best
-value money wiU buy-pure, mild
and wholesome in every respect.
This coffee is washed seven times
before roasting, and put up in
Why do you buy medium price
coffee in tin cans? Don't you
know you pay for the tin cans
every time you buy a pound of
It you want a tin can, go to the
tin shop and buy one that will
last a life time for a small sum.
thereby eliminating the cost of a
vin can every time you buy coffee.
Let us send you one pound ot
coffee; if not satisfactory, we'll
refund the pr^ice, 30c.
Cash Grocery Co.
A Good Grocery Store.
For fresh fruits, nice
candies, cold drinks, and
good cigars, call and see
us at 203 E. Whitner
street, also let us send
and get your soiled linen
and have it launderied at
ttye best steam laundry
in the State.
Corner Whitner and McDuffy Ste]
SERS. J. M. POWERS
IHti Yesterday at Her Home la j
A telegram was received in the
city yesterday announcing the death
of Mr?. J. AI. Powers, of Macon.
Qa. This came aa a severe shock to
eves her nearest relatives and
friends, as it was not known she
was seriously m.
?firs. Powers was a native ot South
Carolina, bat lived most ot her life
in florida. Until this present session
sha had been connected with Bessie
Titi College, at Forsyth, Qa., for the
past seven yeera.
Besides a larne number of friends I
td BAburn her ttaath she leaves her
afta mother. Mrs. Mary A. Davis
and i three sisters. Miases Lissie and '
Ktfdle Davis and Mrs. CO. B?rrigs,
ot (Anderson, Rev. John Davis, of
Hannibal, Mo., and her four grand
children with whom abe made her
heine in Macon. Misa Usale Davit
haa SOOe to attond the funeral,
which will be held in Macon today.
The Centrai Church of Anderson.
satin* here tn the old CbiQuoIa
Hotel our mind ts fredi with mem
ories of yesterday In, the Central
church of Anderson, a C.
D. Witherspoon Dodge, tor whom
fha church waited a long while until
he. could complete his seminary
cdftf??. IS making these people a
meit admirable and examalary Bas
Everybody wanted to know if we
had ever heard him preach.
That was ono or those questions
that mean chapters In church work.
lils people added seventeen han
i?tts?? dollars to Oglethorpe's lite,
voluntarily, as a maa would and
should give to bia God.
. Greenville holds the South Caro
lina record for generosity to Ogle
thorpe-over $4.060-but abo has
There is another church in Ander
:mfm the old First Church, with the
record ot the Central before thom
they will doubtless put the Anderson
result close beside that of their sis
ter city. ^
The Westmlns'er Magasine, edited by
.Hov.. Thorn well Jacobs, A. M., LL.
D, and published tn Atlanta.
THREE HOUR SERVICE
WILL BE OBSERVED
AT GRACE EPISCOPAL
CHURCH ON GOOD FRI
DAY FROM NOON TO
3 P. M.
Morning Service Will Be Held at
10:30 O'clock and Chil
dren's Service at 4:30
In addition to tito morning service
at 10:30 o'clock and the children's
service at 4:30, th? Three Hour Ser
vice will be conducted in Grace
church on Good Friday.
Thia service stans at 12 noon and
continue? until 3 p. m. The service
ls in commemoration of the three
hours of divino agony while the dark
ness covered the earth: "Now from
the sixth hour there wai darkness
over all the land until the ninth
hour." S. Matt. 27:45.
The service ls divided Into seven
sections, each consisting of hymns,
prayers, one of the seven Penitential
Psalms, and a meditation upon one of
the seven words from the cross.
The following meditations will be
giveu by the rector during the seven
sections cf the service:
The Way of the Cross.
1. The Cross of Forgiveness
"Father forgive them; for they know
uot what tbey do."
2. The Cross of Rest -"Today
shalt thou be with Mo lu Paradise."
3. The Cross of Love-"Woman,
behold thy son. Behold thy mother."
4. The Cross of Spiritual Anguish
-"My God. My God, why hast Thou
forsaken me." '
C. The Cross of Physical Anguish
6. The Cross of Contentment-"It
7. Tho Gross of Trust-"Father,
into Thy hands I commend tay spirit."
Conclusion-"In the Cross of Christ
Each section of the service com
mences and ends with a hymn and
those who attend this service can
enter and leave the church during
the singing of these hymns. Thus a
person can stay for one or more sec
tions, if not for the whole service.
All Christians who wish to devote
a few moments in prayerful medita
tion of the aacritice upon tho cross,
and to keep thia day. Good Friday, in
commemoration of tho crucifixion are
asked to attend this service or parts
"Seven times He spake, seven words
And all three hours Hts silence
For mercy on the souls of men;
Jesus, our Lord, is crucified." .
Kiss Mary Elisabeth Smith ls Dead.
Special to Th? IntolUgcottr.
BELTON, April 1.-Miss Bessie
Smith is dead! A feeling of deepest
sorrow swept ove* Belton Wednes
day afternoon when thia sad an
nouncement was. made. She had been
ill tor months and had been so brave
and patient through all of her Buf
ferings and had looked forward to the
time when ahe should pass on into
the Groat Beyond with so little dread,
in fact with so much Joy, that it
really seems wrong to grieve over
her going. But how can a town fail
to mourn the loss of a noble woman
like Misa Smith? She waa noble in
every roapect. She waa a mest devot
ed Christisn from her childhood days,
having united with the Methodist
church in her early girlhood and she
has lived her life for the Lord in her
every walk in life.
For aeveral years before, hor Ill
ness caused her to give up work, she
was a deaconess in the cities of Phil- j
adelphla and St. Louis, holding a
mission in the latter city supported !
by tho biggest church in the city, j
Her health failed and they gave her
a yearns leave of absence, but before,
the year has ended she has passed
She graduated from Winthrop Col
lege and after teaching there several
years attended Scarrltt Bible. and
Training school of Missouri. She
took a wonderful stand in her classes,
showing .her Christian conscientious - j
ness In her school work as she al
ways did in her life work. Her men
tal capacity was shown by the suc
cess or the delightful book "In Beth
any House," which she wrote ia
lelZ and which is In its third edi
tion and is being used as a mission
study book all over our country. She
has hundreds of unknown friends
who will always love her because
she wrote this beautiful story of real
life, Ita sufferings and Its Joy. Her
name waa prominently mentioned In
a recent issue or Who's who in
It was Miss Smith who suggested
our story-hour at the library and it
ls a beautiful tribute to her love of
children which will keep her memory
fresh here long after her frail body
has gone back to the dust
Sh o waa a young woman of ?rent
strength of character and the whole
world has been made better because
she has lived.
8he la survived by her father, two
brother, Mr. Claud Smith, a mission
ary ia Brasil, and three sisters. Misa
Antonia Smith, of Belton, Misa Ora
8mith, ct Madison. Wis., and Mrs.
Minnie Baker, of Richmond, Va., who
have the deepest sympathy of this en
tire town and community.
Her funeral services w'P be con
ducted In the Methodist church here
Friday at a oe lock, conducted hy the
Rev. 8. H. Booth. The .all bearers
111 bo Walter D. Kate?, Glenn Camp
bell, Thomas Shipley, Fred Shirley.
Lynn Martin and Rufus Shirley.
Just received a ship
ment of the famous
Crown Corsets. The
best front lace on the
market; special, onlv
Dainty Swiss Em
newest style; 50c val
ues; Sale price . . .25c
.Ladies Crepe de
Chine Ties, irridescent
shades; only . . .25c
WE are going to offer you for the next few days the greatest bargains in new Spring
merchandise. Our stock is new and complete in every department, and every express
is bringing us wonderful values direct from the manufacturer's, so it will pay you to take
advantage of this sale and be on hand to see a wonderful collection of unusual values.
Pretty new Cotton Fabrics for your
Easter dress. A dress for the most
fastidious; Satin Finish Foulard 35c
quality, Sale price, per yd . . . .25c
Figured and Dotted Crepes, also the
new and ever pretty floral designs;
15c values; Sale price, per yd . . 10c
Silk Finish Poplins in all the new
shades, per yd . . . ... ... . . .25c
Crepe de Chine
36-inch Crepe de Chine in navy, black,
sky, pink, white, also navy with the
new rose flower effect, and green
with the floral effect; sale price, per
Striped Wash Silk, the thing for the
new waist; Sale price, per yd . .25c
One lot all over embroidered and
plain Brassieres, 25c and 39c value;
One lot Brassieres, well made, espec
ially good for stout figures; the kind
you pay 50c for; Sale price, each 39c
Our 5c Specials
30-inch Madras, yard. .5c
36-inch Percale, yard ... . . . ; 5c
Good Dress Gingham..5c
Yard-wide Bleaching, soft finish, yard
Yard-wide Sea Island, yard . . . \5c
Old Glory Long Cloth
Chamois finish, sells everywhere for
$1.00 for 10 yards; Sale price, ll
Best grade Oil Cloth in white and all
colors; 25c values; Sale price, yd
Yard-wide Sheeting, 10c quality, Sale
Best 10x4 Pearl Sheeting, Bleached
40c quality; Sale price, yd . . -.24c
Best 10x4 Pearl Sheeting, unbleach
ed, Hoc quality; Sale price, yd. . 14c
Pajamas, checks, 10c quality, Sale
price, yd.. . .8c
Silk finish Chambray, 15c quality;
Sale price, yard.10c
Best Galatea, 15c and 20C grade, Sale
Everybody says our ?1.00 Special
waist are wonders. One lot white
wash silk waist for ..... .$1.00
Just received ten dozen waist, $1.00
values, while they last, each . . 50c
Shepherd plaid skirts in newest flare
model, with pockets; Sale price
Same style in All-wool Shepherd plaid
$5.00 values, Sale price . . . .$3,98
Men's Gun Metal Oxfords, Button or
lace, $2.5o'and $3.00 values; Sale
Men's Tan Oxfords, genuine Russian
calf welt, $3.50 values; Sale price
Men's Oxfords in white and brown
canvas, $2.50 values, Sale price
Girl and Misses Baby Dolls; $2.00
values; Sale price. .$1.50
Misses' Baby Dolls; $2.50 values;
Ladies Colonial Pumps; $4.00 values,
One lot Men's Pants, nice patterns,
odd sizes; $2.00 and $2.50 quali
ty; while they last ........ .$1.00
One lot Turkish Bath towels, first
quality, extra large size, 50c values;
Sale price, each . . . ... . . .19c
Beautiful patterns floral borders, also
filet lace inserting; only, yard . .9c
Mitions Old Stand
Minor's Old Stand
o TOWS VILLE NEWS, o
Dr. and Mrs. a. A. WIdeman en
tertained at ?Ix o'clock dinner lest
Friday evening. Those present were:
Prof. W. C. Witt, Misses Fannie
Broylos. Carrie Stewart. Nell Kellett,
Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Jones. Mia^TNl*
Ile Hunt and Miss Mattie McCarty.
After supper a number nt Ramea were
Indulged lo. Mrs. Jones rendered
some charming selections at OK, pla*
We were somewhat surprised, to
ace mother earth all robed In her
Sarment of white.
Misa Jeanette Atkins ot Central ts
teaching a successful music class
here. Miss Alkina ta ? graduate ot Uta
Anderson Coi lego.
i Ihsv. . McManaway ot - Greenville
preached a very touching sermon
here *t the Baptist church last Sun
day, on ''Home Missions." Quite a
nest little sum of ninety flv* dollars
was realised for hom?, tnisslontigxa.
Rev. W. S. Hollingsworth filled
his regular appointment at the Pres
byterian church Sunday mc.ming.
^Mesdames Ed row Cromer, and J.
N. Boteman and Mist Myrtia Gantt
spent Wednesday with Dr. and Mrs.
J. M. Hobson.
Mrs. D. J. Richey and son. Luth
er, attended services, here hut Sun
day and were the guests ot Mr.-an*
Mrs. C. 8. Shirley.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Asblll. Mea
linnie.} W. C. King, Cliff Martin, Jim
Price and Miss Ailee Price ware
shopping Ia Anderson* last Friday.
Mrs. Ed Earle and two interesting
little children are visiting relatives
W. C. King, Jr., has been on tht
?lek Hat. .
Little MUs Antoinette Birle ls vis
iting her grandmother, Mr8..\Vlilt
mlr? at O-Tavilie.
Miss Nell ielu?tt will entertain
the first, second and third grades
with an easter egg hnnt next Friday
afternoon. The little ones are look
ing forward to a good time.
Miss. May . Hamilton spent s f<w
days Vast week at the hotel. She was
the guest of Mr .and Mrs. Y. Ii.
Prof. W. C. Witt and M hts Stewart
Spent last Sunday at "Edgewood", the
beautlfpr country home of Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Stevenson.
Several of our school boys and
girls accompanied by the teacher*,
Prof. W. C..Witt, Miases Broylee.
Stewart and Kellett went over to
Pendleton last Saturday for athletic
contests. The weather was unfavor
able, but notwithstanding the weat h
or. the day was mest pleasantly
Apeat at Pendleton.
Mrs. Bc*ry Farmer, who has been
suffering with an attack ot pneu
monia and Mrs. I. F. Galoway. who
has "beep on th? atck list are .both
much better, to th? delight of their
friends. They wore attended hy Drej
J. M. Hobson and 8. A. WIdeman.
Prof. lt. M. Mahaffey and daugh
ter, Gladys, spent Ute week-end with
his rather. Pleas Mahaffey, Sr.
Paul O'Neal, a student of c. A. c..
and Mis? Eunice O'Neal of Lander
College spent the week-end with
their mother, Mrs. Sne O'Neai.
W. C. King has gone to.Itlehmond.
&??&?Uh his cattle.
Mrs.^R.? C Brownies and Mrs, R.
M. Stevenson ot Due Weat were
among the visitors in the city yester
Mrs. S. D. While of the counU
a whopper In the etty yesterday.
NOTICE OF F Iff AL SETTLEMEX?
The undersigned aAmtalstrator of
tho ?state of Knock Morris, deceased/
horeby gives notice that he will on
April 22, apply to the lodge of pro
bate for Anderson bounty for a final
settlement of said estate snd o dis
charge from his office of administra
Ss". M. HUNTER,