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This Pump for Easter
A Beauly-Patent Colonial-Cuban Heel
-r-Mecficm-round Last-Metal Buckle
. Worth $3.50, but on tale this week
Under Masonic Temple
"Shoes That Satisfy."
COLE PLAIN-VIEW CORN PLANTER NO. ll, PRICE ?12.50
Same as No. 9 with Sword Opener instead of Plow Foot.
No. 12, same as No. 1 I with Guanp Attachment added. Price s 16.50.
tri SEI: the Plain-View Corn Planar is to BELIEVE everything
good of it. To USE it is to KNOW i hat it is unequalled in the va
riety and perfection of ifs work and in case nf adjustment and oper
The direct shaft drive insures'smooth running. The..mechanical
construction i: strong and simple. The working parts are well pro
tected. It is easy to change seed plates or distance gears. No tools
needed-just a moment with the lingers only.
It is really wonderful how accurately it will drop just one grain o?
corn at a time. If you have extremely small, or very large, odd
shaped cern, you can get plates with cups to suit any variety.
You can get plates suited to Peanuts, Beans, Peas, Velvet Beaus,
Cantaloupes, Watermelons and similar seeds.
The tenderest seeds, like Peanuts, are not bruised or injured in any
Save loss of yield caused by bad stands, save cost of replanting au J.
thinning, save worry and loss by using the Plain-View Corn Planter.
SULLIVAN HARDWARE CO., General Agents, Anderson, S. C.
Chisholm, Trowbridge & Suggs
Nev/ Theatre Building. W. Whitner St.
Wei will have on display in our show window
Friday afternoon and Saturday morning the largest
display ofvPure Pork Sausage ever seen in Ander
son. This contest will he fpr the ladies aud girls
only. To the one guessing nearest to the humber of
pounds Sausage wv vii! give ahsolutely free any
one of the celebrated Sulzberger Majestic hams on
display in the same.Window. This is considered
one of thc finest hams on the market. To the sec
ond neares? guess we viii give 2 pounds all pork
sausage. Don't fail to. come and put in your guess.
W. A. POWER
Sam Harper, Manager.
212 S. Mah;
We Have a Good Position For You
Take a Maines? course with ua ano .'ncreiiPe your earning capacity.
Our method of Instruction Is the latest and liest. Our teachers, ar?
qioroughly trained EDITCATOUS or long experience. We .save yon $12
on text books alone. We give you very ea?y term? op tmUon at, loweat
cost possible. We place a business eur-wUtm with wa easy reach pf every
boy and girl who desires independence. ,
WE OUARANTEE PO?1T10N8. without Impossible restrictions. We
have assisted thousand.* in oUtalntng better y*\y end shorter hour? of.
work. Writ*; for further tntoriua?Um, wo ??re ready to-assist yon.
Perry Business College
3 MORE PETITIONS
FOO STREET PAVING
PRESENTED TO CHAIRMAN
E. R. HORTON OF THE
One Petition for South McDuffic,
Benson to Hampton, Another
Bellions fori paving three more
streets hnve been Wed with Chairman
E. EL Horton of tho atroct paving
commission. One petition is for the
paving of South McDuffia street be
tween Benson ami Hampton streets,
another Ss tor thc paving of South
McDuffia Btreet between 1 lampton
ami Wuidlaw streets, while the third
was for the paying of the Boulevard
between Greenville and Calhoun
The petition from McDiiflle street
property owners between BOIIEOII and
Hampton- streets ls, signed by tho fol
low: Mrs. H. O. Webb. J. L. Brown
lee, L. S. Horton, C. Frank Holt.
Vestry.of Grace church Parish. Flor
ence R. Thomson. Mrs. C. A. Watson,
Loo Gelshftrg, Wade Thompson, E.
W. Brown, S. H. Brownie, W. s.
Di wer. J. R. Vandiver Jos. .1. Fret
well, W. A. Power, B. A. Henry. M TB.
J. D. Dante!. Annie Eft O'Donnell. Mrs.
J. B. Marshall', Mra. Savunnab
Browne. \V. B. Magruder, David Doo
ley, Mrs. Sallie C. O'Donnell. Mrs. J.
F. Cecil, John B. Humber' hairman
M. Hanks, Mrs. A. M. Sharpe. Inez
of hoard of trustees or St. John*?
The petition from McDufne otroet
property owners between Hampton
and Ward law streets is Bigned by
the following: J. J. Major. C. B. i
Earle. Bl ll cen J. Murshall, Gertrude
J. Walton. C. Foster Jones, Mrs. Leila!
F. Sullivan. ?'has. C. Langston. S. B.
Sullivan, J. E. Clinkscales. Horace J.
McGco and John P. Broylcs. ,
The petition from the property'own
ers on the Boulevard was rignecl by
?he following: W. C. Babb, A. P.
Cater,-D, S. Taylor, J. Cliff Green.
R. S. Ligvm. 1). A. Led bettor, Ander
don College, .by R. S. Ligon, chair
man executive hoard, J. D. Brown, J.
lt. Shclor G. H. Balles. Mrs. J. C.
Holleman. Walter H. Keene, W. S.
Ramsey, P. D. Skelton, J. T. Black,
adm.. J. M. Black, J. R. Young. C.
"Nothing Succeeds Like
It matters not to you whether "he'
makes a cent of profit, or whether he
ls operating at a loss, so long aa you j
gel what you want at a price which
you are willing to pay.
Some grocers are telling the con
sumers that Pr?vost can't last; that
he ia selling goods at a big loss-that,
it'6 ? shame for him to sell gooda be
low whnt lt coats to buy them from
the wholesale houses, etc.
Pr?vost ls NOT selling goods below
cost; it if? true that he sometimes
sells goods for less than some mer
chants pay for them b-u-t-Prevo. '
has got to make a living for himself
and family, too; therefore, he cann? t
sell goods belo iv cost. And, because
of his limited capital, he cannot sell
goods below cost and last longer thai
thirty days. It takes a good long
purse to enable any one to sell goods
for less than cost, and Pr?vost stan
ed his JuslnesB with less than $500,
a little over c. year ago.
\ Don't let anyone muddy the water
on this proposition: Provost is not
building his business on CHEAP
COOHS alone; he ts building his bus
iness mors on tho firm foundation of
QUALITY*. QUICK DELIVERY, ami
GOOD SERVICE, than on LOW
PaiCES, While lt's true that Pr?
vost is selling gooda at very low
prices, ho ls rendering lils trade EX
CELLENT SERVICE In every partic
ular, and that accounts moro for the
wonderful increase of business he has
sained than anything elso.
He started thia business on Feb
ruary 27, 1914, with a very limiteu
capital ; h's first month's sales
totaled about 5C40. Noa-, sinco his
business ls 13 months old, the volume
of sales has reached a point
which shows a clear, net gain of OV
ER SIX HUNDRED per ceut. . The
business was- begun with Mr. Prevent,
one clerk, a dellvcrr boy and a cart:
aow, it takes a foi ne of six ein kt:.
Tour delivery wagons and '-?!-riwr?,
with each and ?very JUC them bvsy
Ul the time. Tn ip ?i, each ?ind -ctery
rr.onth has sbeyn a steady ?rad
acalthy ?icr '?iSd of business ?.ipce we
3nehed loi business.
. This nh uiomlnal-increase of busi
leas didn't Inst happen: it 1s a direct
result of GOOD GOODS, soTd at LIVE
md LET LIV?! PRICES, with QUICK
DEJ IVERY tof any part of the city.
Hid GOOD 8riftVlCE tb " every CUB
omer on the smallest purchase at ali
Being outside of the High Rent
District.gives Pr?vost a big advantage
n a much smaller rate of operating
ixpenao, ord he gives his customer:*
;h<* benqfit of it ; and judging from
results the good women of Anderdon
?ppreciate lt. As he so ap?y expresses;
t. "Our delivery wagons pass your
loor every day;" so. if money ls any
abject to you--reach for your tele
phone and thus-wave money on your
grocery bi ils.-Adv.
Walked to Nave Vt (enta; Killed br
I l oin.
. i i .BYVILLE, Ind. April l--Mor
toh Allen started to walk seven miles
to Wadren to attend the funeral of
a friend. Tho vcslk, which he might
have avoided by paying 15 vents on
aa interurban car. cost him his Hf?.
He was killed by a Big Four tvon.
FIRE IN OPERATING
ROOM THE PALMETTO
MOTION PICTURE HOUSE
LATE THURSDAY AF
Blaze Occurred at thc Time When
No One Wa3 in Amusement
to About $450
Fire last evening about G:I5 o'clock
broke oui In th?' operating room'of
Hie Palmetto theatre a;.d ii ld goiuo
?4C.0 damage to machines, Hims nnt\
other property before it was extin
guished. Fortunately., the fire occur
red at an hour when there ls ;t ces
sation of activities for sapper und !:->
one waa in the theatre.
An alarm wes sent to Uro lu ad
quarter? and the department respond
ed In usually quick time With the
aid of chemical oxUr?uishers the lire
men were able to quench the flames
in short order. Tho operating room
was considerably damaged, while
two r?els of Hims were destroyed and
the motion picture machine damaged
to n considerable extent. The theatre
was forced to close for the remainder
of tho evening.
- Just hov/ thc fire originated, IK not
definitely known. The operator, Ran
dolph Hall, had just conic down out
of the operating room. Prue Holder,
another young white tuan, then vent
up into the operating room and al
most Immediately thc (ire broke out.
Mr. Holder snatched a reel out of
the "magazine but sustained painful
burns on his hand in doing so. The
right shoulder and collar of his coat
was considerably scorched by the
Mr. A. M. I'lnkston. proprietor of
tho theatre, was out of the city al
tho time oX' thc Ure, h. t reached homo
last night shortly filer S o'clock. Mr.
Pinkstcn Immediately wired for
equipment to take the place of that
wfrich was injin ed, and made, ar
rangements with /contractors to re
pair the damage done to tile operat
ing room. Ho announced last night
that The Palmetto would bo opcu
again today for busing. The prop
erty damaged by the Ure was covered
Hotter be .safe than sorry-Willett "
P. Sloan, insurance.
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NEWS FRO? 8BNRCA o
ft o o a 9 v n o o o o o <t .? ? n o o e*j
SENECA. April 1.- Many people
throughout the upper soctlon of iht
State were tadd en-id by the an
nouncement of the death of Mr3.
lieocca Jennings, which occured ai
the boni', o/ her daughter. Mri. Hun
ter, ia Westminister, on last Thurs
Mrs. Jennings wa? the mother of
larg? and prori'.nent family oT c iild-'j
ron all of wbdu ure nov,- married ant',
living In d.'ffcr-mt acctions of the
Mr. and Mm Jennings came to
thl3 county (rom ?Spartan burg sumo
fifty years ugo and settled on their
farm in the Greenville section, and
were among the best people in thc
county. Mr. Jenkins died about
eight y?hrs ago. For tho pan lour
or five years Mr.-;. len.'.l -g; had mude
her home frith lor daughter, Mrs.
The surviving children are: Wil
I'am Jennings, ot Land rum; 'Mrs. S.
E.' Hunter; Mrs. Laura Simpson and
Mru. Goforth, o? Westminister; Mi's.
Lula Wadden, of Spartauburg; Mrs.
Addle West and Mrs. Efle Handcpdk,
Cordale, Ga.:. Mrs. Symmes, of
of Mountain Rest died teve:al years
Mr. and M .$. William Strlbllng, of
Westminster, Were In .; Seneca Tues
lay, cn rout.1 Lome, from Adrian,
Fla., where they have b?'n spending
Mr. and Mrs, W. S. Hunter visited
Mr, Hunter's sister." Mrs. Berry
Farmer of Town ville Monda? . Mrs.
Farmer has been quite ill with pneu
monia, hut t? reported much bol
Mr. W. M. Propst and Rev. I. lt.
Wallace wore in Townvllle Monday.
Mr?. T. B. Jones of Tow vii le
visited .ter parents, Mr. and Mr?. W.
S. Hunter Thursday.
. Mr. r.?. E. Gr?bel, rf .Charlotte.
N. Co assistant . manager of thc
Southern Railways Department
Furm Improvement Work, was In
Seneca Tuesday in tho interest of thc
fa.mets chautauqua which.it i? pro
posed to hold here in July.
.'I:-, lt. A. Lowry Entertains.
Mrs. B. A. Lowry, entertained ia
a miscellaneous shower, on Thursday
afternoon. In honor of Miss Hamilton,
Whp is to be married to Mr. R. D.
Nelli, on the -'1st of April.. Some tklr
ty or more guests werft present. Pro
gressive Book was tho' amusement
feature. A delightful sweet course
.wa?jj served' oy Mi-fl Frances Ham't
ton'.'and M4as Lillian Holland. After
thin un automobile load of/ dainty and
useful Dresenta were rolled Into the
room by Master Bright I Awry, Jr.
These many -pres '?it* were a tes*.!
roony of the popu>ur!t> Of thia very
attractive bride-to-be,v who has such
a host of friends in Seneca to wis
Among those present wore: * Mrs
<*. X. GlgnlllUI. Mrs. J. L. Merrett
Mrs. W. J. Lunney. Mr?. \V. A.
Holland,- Mrs. 1. E. Wallace, Mrs.
J. S. Strlbllng, Mrs. Hon Harper.
Mrs. Ek.yce Hopkins. Mr?. E. c.
Doyle. Mr?, lesley Strlbllng, Mrs. W.
J. Holloway, MVs* T. Ii. Johpa, .Mrs.
1 W. K. M V hi gat on; Misses But gad
? Norina CignllUnt. Mles Gussie Can
I ningham, Alias Maud Hdpktn3. Ml??
ft III \
Two Days of Great
Importance To The Boys
And every boy will want to be rigged out in a new
suit for these two days.
We have selected with utmostcare our boys and young
mens clothing,*and every mother and boy will appreciate
the clever tailoring and attractive styles ot these new mod
ish suits for boys. .
Boy's Bulgarian style Knicker Suits, all sizes up to l1!.
They come in fancy Worsteds, Serges, some in Silk and
?Wool Mixtures, Salt and Pepper styles, etc., JfcCj QfY
worth ?6.50 and $7.00 at per suit. ^
Suits worth $7.50 at per Suit $6.00
Ai! Wool and Silk Mixture Suits with two nair of pants, worth ?f| I
0.00 at per Suit .. *P f ?OU
Young Isden s Clothing
Young Men's Ne.v English cut Suits, with high out vests, New, soft roil lapel;
in fact they equal most suits sold in the city at ?20.00 in New Grey Plaids,
Pretty Worsted Mixtures, Silk and Wool d? ?1 fifi ancl j? fif?
Mixtures, our special price per Suit.?D 1 ?2?vJvr ?P * U?UV?
Young Men's New English cul Suits, worth S i 7.So $13 50
N<>. 1023 Men's all Wool ?sweg? S?rg? suits gti?d Tailoring and Venctianlin
cd. Cheap at ? 15.00, our regular price 12.50 for this Spring's A A?f"|
Starter-all sizes at per suit. . . V lUiUU
THE BEE HIVE
G. H. BAILES, Prop.
May, Lucie, and Franc!? Hamilton,
Mlaj Lillian Holicnd. AlUs Sulla
Fmeanun. Misa Jennings, Miss
Sleigh. Mh;s Arnold.
M ?j Eleanor Norman ii visiting
relatives In Concord. N. C.
Lr. W. F. Austin wont t<. Atlanta
on business Tuesday;
o DENVER SCHOOL o
Our Improvement Society liad a
very pleasant meeting last Friday af
ter school. First on the program was
the old song, Maggie. Second a short
talk by Mr. B. A. Wilson from Pen
dleton. Third two papers read on
school days as the older people re
member them, by Mrs. Hattie Mllaiu
and Mrs. R. W. Hammond. Last on
tjic program was a spelling match In
Websters Blueback speller. The
pupils us well as the old folks taking
?art in the contest.
Clyde Garrison was awarded, the
prize, us the best speller for thc even
We think our teachers are to be ;
complimented on managing the school
sa they have this tenn. Wo have had
so few complaints this term, that we
sometimes wonder if this lu really
Denver school when we think of some
of our past experiences. We have
money enough on hand now to paint
our school house inside and to buy
mir lamp. All raised by our Improve
ment society, and yet some people
can't see anv &v>od in this kind ot
. Our school played a gamo of ball
with tho Smith school a few days
ago and proved to them that we could
play a little blt to tbe tune of 0 to 3
In Denver's favor. We are not going
to play ball any more with any other
school this term. ?
Mr. Tdttor, we will extend to yon
a cordial invitation right now to our
closing exercises. We will inform you
or the (Ula later. We are not going
to take any part In field d"\y exer
cises ns wo think the time can be
better spent at home continuing our.
11th Grade Pupil.
TO KNTEPl WAR
. LONDON, April 1.- There aro fur-;
?they indications that Turkey expects
other Balkan nations.to enter the1
war on the ?Mo of the allies. At [
Adrlanople, the nearest Important*
Turkish town . to Bulgaria, troops;
are being <ou cen trat ed and artillery
equipment In?reaaedV , T
-?ru-,-J. H. . jj i-j
Now is the time to have your tires repaired for thc spring
and summer ?ervice. I can vulcanize your old tires or sell you
new ones. See me for
GOODYEAR AND AJAX
tires and accessories. Also the famous
HOWE RED TUBE
better known as the clover leaf tube.
All repair work guarant-ed. .
Free air to customers.
Templeton's Vulcanizing Works
108 N, McDuflie Street.
Business Phone 270. Resident Phone 814.
TOP DRESS YOUR GRAIN
9- 6- O
But?ne Snipes, who made 27 1-2 bushels of wheat to the
acre last year has top dressed his wheat with our 9-6-o and
says he prefers it to Soda.
W. H. (Henry) Glenn says it is not too late to apply it
yoi? see the ammonia in this 9-6-o is largely derived from
Apply it now and you " ill be astonisned at *he outcome ot
9-6-0 it $30.00 per ton; November payment.
find Oil Company
Anderson, S. C.