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Big Bargains 1 for today
Saturday Apiri) 3rd
Choice No. 1 Irish Potatoes, peck.20c
10 lb bucket Good Lard.90c
10 lb bucket Snowdrift Lard.915c
20 lb bucket Snowdrift Lard. .$1.90
Kerosene Oil, gallon ....... ,'..10c
3 cans Salmon..25c
Look at this list of good, things to eat, then phono
us your order and we will deliver the goods quick.
Fresh Country Butter and Eggs.
Country Meal, peck.'.30c
A choice line of fresh vegetables.
Big fat hens, ducks, turkeys and geese, clean and
healthy, right out of our "Sanitary Chicken Run
If you are particular about the rice you eat try
our whole grain unpolished rice. It is sure to please.
Also Hudnuts grits; "nuf sed." You know what
We have Kingan's Reliable Hams and Bacon, also
Morris & Co.'s Supreme Brand Hams and Pork
Roll. We will be pleased to slice any quantity of
ham, bacon or pork roll on our'new model slicing
machine, and then should you want bread diced toj
dainty sandwiches we'll do it for you.
Our extra grade of Peaberry Coffee at 25c per
lb is in a class to itself. We ask you to give it a
trial. Money cheerfully refunded if it don't please.
Our choice fruits are first class. We offer the ttest
only grape fruit, oranges, apples and bananas.
We sell "Paul Jones" Flour. Ask those who use"
it. lt is the purest and vbest to be had.
Here are two new products for your pantry. Dom
ino Syrup in 10c fibre containers made from Crystal
Domino Sugar. "Town Talk" pastry flour,. 4 tbs*
"Our delivery wagons pass your door every day." t
SOUTH SIDE GROCERY CO.
5 Salesmen 4 Deliveries 2 Phones, 74 and 98
Spend your money at home. Buy South Car
olina Custom hand made harness, bridles, etc., at
factory prices. A. trial order will prove our as
sertion. We buy bldea and tallow at highest
prices. Write us your wanta and offerings.
WILSE W. MARTIN
Columbia, & C.
Chisholm, Trowbridge & Suggs
New Theatre Building. W. Whittier St.
COLE PLAIN-VIEW CORN PLANTER NO. ll, PRICE $12.50
Same as No. 9 with Sword Opener instead ol Plow Foot.
No. 12. same as No. 11 with Guano Attachment added. Price $16.50.
To SEE the Plain-View Corn Planter is to BELIEVE everything
good of it. To USG it is to KNOW that it is unequalled in the va
riety and perfection of its work and in ease of adjustment and oper
The direct shaft drive insures smopth running. The mechanical
construction ir 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 fingers only.
lt is reilly wonderful how accurately it will drop just one grain of
corivat a time, if you have extremely small, or very large, odd
shaped corn, you can get plates with cups to suit any .variety.
You can get plates suited to Peanuts, Beans, Peas, Velvet Beans,
Cantaloupes, Watermelons and similar seeds.
The "tenderest seeds, like Peanuts, are not bruised or injured in any
way. ~ '
S-ive loss of yield Cf \'sed by bad stands, save cost of replanting and
thinning, save worry loss by using the Plain-View Corn Planter.
SULLIVAN HARDWARE Col General Agents, Anderson, S. C.
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* ELECTRIC CIT
* Items ol loitrtei ?ad Penosa
* Wireless ea fee St
' More Paving.
Reaidents of North Fant street, be
tween Calhoun and Greenville streets,
have petitioned for paving on that
thoroughfare. It ls said that a ma
jority of property owners on VYeBt
Market street,, between Main and
Maxwell streets,' have signed a peti
tion asking for paving on that street.
L. C. Brown, an Anderson boy who
has been working away from homo
for several yearn, has returned here
to accept a position with the local
office of the Western Unton Telegraph
company as operator. Mr. Brown
took up his duties April 1. For the
past yeer or more be bad been mak
ins his home in Columbia. The An
derson office Of the Western Union
now has two operators, the business
having grown to such extent that
Manager T. E. Howard found it nec
essary to add another man to his
staff. He Will be on duty from 8 p.
ra. to 1 a. m., thus affording the pub
lic night as well as day service.
South Side Grocery
Is Humming Now.
The South Side Grocery company,
South Main street, ia Anding lt neces
sary to operate four delivery wagons
and an auto truck in its busineas
nowadays, and it is said that these
five vehicles are kept busy all the
time delivering goods to the South
Side Grocery company's large number
D. Ni Wyatt Member
B. N. Wyatt ia a member of the
committee of the Anderson Ad Club
appointed Thursday night to devise
plans for a window dressing contest
among merchants of the city. Infor
mation was given out after the meet
ing Thursday night that Vf. L. Bris
sey was a monitor of this committee,
but this was an error. The person
giving out the Information uninten
tionally confused the names of Mr.
Brissey and Mr. Wyatt.
Death nt Clemson
Mrs. Ellen Blanche Sylvester, wife
ot Prof. D. W. Sylvester, of Clemson
College, died there yesterday morning
at 9 o'clock after' a- brief illnes?. Tho
remains will be taken to Albion, Mar
lon County, Iowa, for burial leaving
Clemson at 8 o'clock this morning.
Mrs. Sylvester was 39 years ot age
and is survived by her husband and'
Are Pleasing. 1
Patrons of the Charleston & West
ern Carolina Railroad are said tb be
entirely pleased with the new
scheduled inaugurated vin the Ander
son branch several days ago. Under
the new schedule the mixed train ar
rives here at 11:15 a. m. and is fol
lowed by the passenger train at 3:07
o. m. The mixed? train departs from
Anderson at 6:08-a. m. and is follow
ed by the passenger train at 3:37 p. zn.
People living down the C. & W. C. road
can come to Anderson on the mixed
train at 11:15 a .m. and return that af
ternoon at 3:37, or If they wish to
spend but a few minutes here tbey
can come on the passenger train at
3:07 p. m. and depart on the passen
ger train 30 minutes later.
The success, which attended the in
troduction by the Western Union
Telegraph company of messages con
veying Christmas and New Year
greetings written on specialty design
ed bbmks suited to the occasion has
prompted the company to introduce
a specially designed Easter blank.
The custom of exchanging Easter
greetings ls now well established and
the use of the telegraph on such oc
casions, is rapidly growing In public
'favor, combining as it does a written
record with all the directness, fresh
ness and warmth of a personal greet
Holds College Diploma
Signed by Chamberlain.
A. G. Townsend, D. D., pastor.
Mount Sinai church, this county, was
a visitor in the city yesterday. Dr.
Townsend ls a graduate of the Uni
versity of South Carolina, of the class
of 1776. His diploma ls signed by
former Governor Chamberlain. For
10 years Dr. Townsend taught in
Claflio- Mr. M. H. G essa way, prin
cipal ot the colored schools of th'.*
city, wac a pupil of Dr. Townsend.
The meeting ot the paving commis
sion which ?as to have been hold last
night to receive bids tor excavating
on North Main r>U*eet .between Earle
and Trtbble streets, md on South
Main street, between Church and Riv
er streets, war po6tp<;?ed, as certain
data which Resident Engineer Sand
ers ana Acting Attorney Cochran
were to present at the meeting was
not In completed she.ee. It fe possible'
that tho meetiuc will be held next
Good Friday dawn ad dark, cold and
threatening over Anderson, and as
the day progressed .?ore miserable
became t?e weather. Leter in the
forenoon rain began falling and con
tinued with more or less energy
.throughout the afternoon. It was not
such a day as th? old fashioned
gardener would have chosen . tor
planting beans, and as for the now
fdndangled gardener, who Ignores the
moon and Good Friday aud all other
"eigns" in planting his garden, of
course he did not gradeulng yester
if SPARKLETS *
tl Meo?oa Caught Ore* tho *
?set? of Andenos .
H IK Read Auto
Goe* to Columbia.
Tin- big White auto tn. fr which
was brought here several days ago
for demonstrations io road building
has beer loaded on a flat ear and will
be taken to Columbia to give demon
strations for the benefit of authori
ties of Richland County. W. A. Neal
& Son, of Atlanta, have Invited Sup
ervisor J. Mack King and other mem
bers ot the county commission board
to come to Atlanta for a demonstra
tion of road building with the Pioneer
tractor, for which they are agents.
Mr. King bas' written the gentlemen
in question that a trip to Atlanta is
out of the question, but that if they
cared to bring the machine to An
derson for a demonstration he would
be glad to see lt. Messrs. Neal have
replied that it ls probable they will
bring a tractor here In the near fu
ture for a week's demonstration in
A New Trial
Notice was received yesterday at
the office of clerk of court to the ef
fect that a new trial in the case of
J. M- McAlister versus W. H. Tucker
has been denied by Judge Frank B.
Gary. Thc case was heard at the lust
term of the court of common pious
for Anderson County. In this trial,!
McAlister sued for some $400 worth |
of cotton, supposedly due as rent, and
over which th? conflict arose. The
Jury awarded McAliBter all that he
asked and Tucker filed application
for a new trial. This new triul .ls
lefuscd, but according to the letter
from Judge Gary,- "this ls without
prejudice tb the defendant's right to
trinar action f^or the property In dis
W. 8. Goodman, civil engineer
formerly In the employ of tho Pied
mont & northern Linea, has been re
tained by Resident Engineer Wade A.
Sanders ot the local paving commis
sion hi3 assistant on the paving
work. Mr. 8anders was authorized
by thc' r.a\lag commission, at a re
cent Bostica, to employ an assistant
at a salary not cxcedlng $100 month
ly. Mr. Goodman ls a capable engi
neer, having done the engineering on
the North Anderson trolley line and
on the paving of tho street car rtacks
In Greenville. Ho is an alumnus of
Clemson, class of 1911.
The secretary ot state has Issued a
commission to the Carolina Grain
and Elevator company of this city
with a capital stock of $8,000. The
petitioners are Edward H. Richards,
Porter. A. Whaley and J. E. Clink
scales. As generally known, thte ls
the concern which ts erecting a grain
elevator on North Fant street, at the
crossing of thc tracks of the Blue
THE JLITTLEST GIRL
that cornea into this market with
. an order from her mother gets just
as good meat as. the mother would
WE TOWT WORK OPP
THE POORER CUTS $
on anybody, no matter how little
sqnaro deal market, with square
tiley know of meats.- Thia la a
THE IJLY WHITE HARKET,
Phones 694 and 695.
J. N. Lindsay, Prop.
By Befog CowUBtly SvpaSed Willi
MeDuIf, Vz.-"l sufferer for severs)
years/' *says Mrs. J. B. Whittaker, ot
fais place, "with sick headache, ant)
stc mach trouble.
Ten years ago a friend Sold me to tr)
Thedlofd's Black-Draught, which I did,
and I found lt to be ?iebest family medi
cine for young and old,
? ?"np Black-Draught oe hand an tnt
time now, and when my children feel s
attie bad, ?hey ask ne for a dose, ano ii
does thea? more good ftnn any niedrem?:
Hay ever hied.
We never have a long spell of sick
ness is our faotfiy, since we commenced
Thcdford's Btack-Draught is purely
vegetable, and has been found to regu
late weak stomachs, aid digestion, re
lieve indigestion, coBc, wind, nausea,
headache, sick stomach, and shallai
lt has been in constant use So? more
than 70 years, acd has benefited more
than ft million people.
Your druggist sells and recommends
Black-Drxutht. Pries Only 23c. Get a
TOckage te-?ay. N.e. ia
mts. tr. i. HUDGENS, xdtur
ilrldgo Party fer Miss McDowell.
Mrs. W. D. McLean .entertained a
few friends nt a charming little In
formal bridge party on Thursday af
ternoon, in honor of her home guest.
Miss Emily McDowell of Converse
College. Miss McDowell is a very at
tractive visitor and it was a great
pleasure ta meet her on this delight
Wesley Phllatheas Have Cake Sale.
There will be a cake and candy
sale today at the Olympia Ice Cream
parlor, given by the members of the
Wesley PhMathea Class of St. John's
Methodist church. The sala will be
gin at 10 o'clock, and there will be
a splendid asscrtmeiV of cakes, and
Cake and Candy Sale.
The members of the Junior Phila
thea Class A the First Presbyterian
church will have a cake and candy
sale this afternoon at three o'clock
at the Owl Drug Store. They" wilt
have all sorts of layer cakes and
plain cakes, und will till all orders
Misses Jen and Lal Cunningham
and Laura Morton of Converse Coir
lege, are spending the Easter holi
days at home.
Miss Clara Duckett has returned'to
her home in Clinton after a delightful
vinit to her sister, Mrs. J. B. Town
Mrs. Joe Cunningham has returned
to her home in Greenville siter a
short visit to relatives here. ?
For the College Faculty.
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Ligon entertain
ed on Thuraday evening, at their
beautiful home on North Main street
in honor of the faculty of Andei?on
College. The evening was delightful
ly pleasant, and fully enjoyed by
those present. Music by the gifted
members of the college faculty was a
very enjoyable part of the evening
pleasure. Ah elegant salad course
wa* seived by the gracious hostess
who was charmingly assisted in her
duties us hostess by Misses Louise
Ligon, Katherine Stalling, and Helen
Patrick. The members of the faculty
who were Mr. and Mrs. Ligon's honor
guest wer? Dr. and Mrs. James P.
Kinard, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Goode,
Mr. C. M. Faithful Mr. J. H. Williams.
Misses Nelle and Helen Smith, Miss
Robbie Wakefield, Miss Mary Ram
seur, Miss Florence Matlox, Mjlss
Hazel Al ward. Miss Mary AbboH,
Miss Sara Stranathan, Miss Ka.e
Sharpe, Mrs. Ella B. Johnstone.
Those Invited to meet these attrac
tive guests were Dr. and Mrs. Frazer,
Or. and Mrs." B. A. Henry, Mr. and
Mrs. M. M. Mattlson, Mr. and Mrs
\\ S. Sullivan, Mr. and Mrs. H. H.
Watkins, Mr and Mrs. W. W. Sullivan.
Mr. fard Mrs. D. A. Ledbotter, Mr.
and Mrs. O. L. Martin, Dr. and Mrs.
J. O. WU li te, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Al
len, Mr. and Mrs. Prue CUnkscales,
Mr. and Mrs. George Evans, Mr. anl
Mrs. R. R, King, Mrs. J. F. Vines, Mr.
and Mrs. B. F. Mauldin, Mr. J. W.
Speake, Miss Margaret Evans, Mr. J.
Pretty Birthday Party.
Little Miss Sara King entertained
about thirty five of her little girl
friends at a delightful livtle party on
Thursday afternoon. The occasion
waa tho tenth birthday of the your.?
hostess and a very happy and pleas
ant afternoon it was. f. yellow and
white colpr scheme was prettily car
ried out. even In the dainty refresh
ments served. The table decorations,
appropriate to the Easter season,
were little yellow chicken, white rab
jblts, and other Easter toys.
Mrs. J. B. DeCamp has returned
from a visit of several weeks in
Miss Emily McDowell of Fin castle,
Va., a student at Converse College
ls spending the Easter holidays with
Mrs. W. D. McLean.
Time For Planting Garden.
ROCK HILL, April 2.-In reading
garden magazines written in the
north that tell when to plant, count
six days back of the date given for
every 100 miles you are sont h cf the
writer. For example if si New York
paper tells mo when they plant a
thing, I must plant lt about 24 to
30 dava earlier. Anyone **W> miles
south ot Pock Hill in South Carolina
if they planted fn the spring when
Winthrop CoW.'gn did they would be
12 days late. Thin the lower the
country and nearer the coast the
earlier. There ls a time that every
crop must he planted to do Its best.
When that ls, varies with each sec
tion and can only be found out by
keeping a garden record all of the
time, recording time ot planting,
methods of growth, care ot plants and
Charle* .oiT & Western Carolina
Railway will operate Special Train
April 9th from Calhoun Falls, Lown
desvllle, Barnes, Iva and Starr to An
derson and return account tho Ander
son County School Fair and Field
Day, giving entire day in Anderrnn.
For special round trip rates and
uchedules, ask depot ticket agents, or
T. B. CURTIS
Spleadid fer BhenauU?n.
"I think Chamberlain's Liniment is
jnst splendid for rheumatism," writes
Mrs. Dttnburgh. Eldridge. N. Y. "It
has been usedvby myself and other
men. herd of my Tamlly time and time
again during tho past six years-abd
has always given the beat of satisfac
tion." The quick relief from pain
which Chamberlain's Liniment af
fords ls atone worth rainy times th?
cost Obtainable everywhere.
See our windows for
FOR MEN IN
Straw Hats, Felt Hats, Novelty Neck
wear, French Cuff Shirts and notice
the Tailored effect of our model
known as our "Chick Springs Special1'
at? . Well call and ask us the price.
T. L. Cely Company
Order by Parcel Post.
Fresh Eggs at 20c
Let the children have all the fresh
eggs for Easter they want; we have a
plenty of them at a low price.
Also Turkeys. Ducks. Geese, and
Hens; all ot them In first class shape,
having been kept in our Poultry run
' way r/or ten days, fed and watered
.regularly, thus insuring quality poul
try at the price of nondescript stuff.
South Side Grocery Co.
S Salesmen 4 Deliveries 2 Phones
THE BANK ACCOUNT
Is the first step towards success.
Makes you independen,*.
Protects your family in emergencies.
Gives vou standing in the community,
ls an ever present help in time of need.
Start one with us at once.
Interest paid on deposits.
FARMERS & MERCHANTS BANK
FARMERS LOAN & TRUST CO.
TOP DRESS YOUR GRAIN
9- 6^ O
Eugene Snipes, who made 27 t-2 bushels of wheat to thc
acre last year has top dressed his wheat with our 9-6--o and
says h? prefers it to Soda.
W. H. (Henry) Glenn says it is not too* late to apply it
you see the ammonia in this 9-6--0 \? largely derived from
soda.' . - . 1 .
Apply it now and you rU? be astonished at thc outcome of
9 6 O is $30.00 per ton; November payment
and Oil Company
Anderson, S. C.