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Wc have gathered together Specials in
Values as well as in Name for Monday's
Sale that will tempt Miserly Money out of
its hiding place. Of course you know that
there are a great number of Special Values
on sale Monday that are not advertised.
White Marseilles Quilts, $l.5o values Monday ... . .98f
"Crystal" Bed Sheets, scamless.^ize 72x90 inches/reg
ular 75c value, Monday.'...50c
"Louise* Bleached Muslin, yard wide, regular value
8 I -3c, Monday (20 yard limit). . . .6c
Curtain Scrim in White and Ecru, short lengths,
wide assortment of new patterns, vaincs up to .
12 l-2c a yard, Monday. ... ....6 3-4c
A big-line of this season's Ladies' Parasols, with the
long handles, steel rod and Paragon frame. , Regu
lar Rt.00 values, Monday.69c
Ladies Muslin Drawers, cut full, and trimmed willi,
lace and embroidery? value 25c, Monday ... ....18c
Ladies' Muslin Gowns, trimmed with lace and ribbons,
low neck and short sleeves, regular 5oc value,
Ladies' Fine Corset Covers, trimmed with lace, em
broidery, and ribbons; regular 25c values, Monday. .19c
Ladies' White Lawn Shirt Waists, nicely trimmed. A
cracking good value at Soc, Monday (one to a cus
tomer) ... .....29c
Children's Dresses, made of Percales, Repps, Galaicas,
and White Lawns; beautifully trimmed, values S1.5?,
Monday. ..;. Soc.
Ladles' and Misses' Middy-Blouses in white, white and
bl?e, and white and red; regular Soc values, Mon
House Dresses, well made, and in a nice variety of neat
patterns,, made of Percales and Ginghams; regular
St.So values, Monday
One lot of "Eirene" corded Crepes, in a wide assortment
of beautiful patterns, absolutely fast colors; an awful
good value at toe, Monday, per yard.'
One lot of Huck Towels, extra large size; special .Mon- -v.
One lot of Ladies'. Wash Skirts In Piques, Ratines,, and.
Repps; values $1.50, Monday ... ....v98c
Ladies' White Canvas Oxfords, rubber soles and heels; i
values $i.5o, Munday ,.98c j
One lot of Ladies' Pumps and Oxfords, in all leathers;
regular $2.00 values, Monday, choice .... . .$1.48
One lot of Ladies' Oxfords, Patent Pumps, Patent
Colonials, Gun Metal Button and Lace;- values
One lot of "Mary Janes," and "Baby Dolls," all ,
leathers; regular $2.5o values, Monday ... ....$1.98
' One lot of Ladles' Pumps in all leathers; $3.5o values,
One lot of Boys' Palm Beach Norfolk Suits in plain
and /ancy striped; extra good valueS~at $5.00, .
Monday..... ..... ..$34*0
One lot of Boys' Linen Knicker-pants; all sizes, regular
7,5c value, Monday.-48c
One lot of Boys' tine Blouses, in White and Colors;
regular 35c values, Monday Special.25c
The St?*? That Advertise* What It Setts ?asl Sells
WW it Advertises.
The Lesser CompV
??WHERE YOU PAY LESS."
Holiness (Talon Sleets Officers,
ATLANTA. Mar. 1,-The HoHneaa
Union's el?ve?t?i annual convention
tonight reelected L. P. ?fOW?j,?*
B&rM&n. Miss., -pr?sidant. Ttoe risa
presidenta incladed J*,; t?. Brv*?>
Boas, Ai*-, and J. W. Bseooa. Meri
dan, Hlsa. the secretary lg Joseph
Owens, Boas, Ala,.T4xe convention Wilt?
adjourn tomorrow/: The next tasei^
lng place will be announced tater.
California Farer? 8? ff rag*.
, 8ACRAA02HTO, May l^~T&e stat?
senate today passed a resolution da-,
clartng equal sufferago soeeeeaful.
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OPENING GAME OF THE
MILL LEAGUE PLAYED
ORR MILLS TEAM SNATCHES
VICTORY FROM BELTON
IN EIGHTH INNING
SCORE SIX TO FOUR
Buchannon Broke Up Game With
Three Bagger and Bases
The first game of the Anderson
mill league was played Saturday af
ternoon between Orr Mills and Helton
Mills. The game was a good ono. Orr
mill defeating Helton In the eighth
Inning by n seore of G to 4. Thc game
was tight and tho seore was tied un
til tho olghth inning. Helton then
scored one run and j-jd Bin hannon
broke up the game with a long three
baso lilt with throe men on foasr.
Tho other game scheduled lo bo
played between .Equinox and UjUujk
was postponed, or. account oY^tulP'
Equinox uniform;, not reaching thc
city in time for thc game.
Scorn by innings:
Helton.Ol I IOU 010-1
Orr.OOO ?HO Ol?-6
Hatteries. Ward, and carrot ; Spen
cer aud Kay. Vtnplre Ellison.
o KEWLTN YESTERDAY e
At Hrooklyn I; Boston -4. .
At Philadclhia 4; New York 2.
At St. I^ouls ft; Cincinnati t?.
At Pittsburgh t; Chicago 3.
. At Cleveland 3; St. Louis 5. Ten
At Chicago .1; Detroit 0.
At Boston-Washington; postponed,
At New York ll; Philadelphia 3.
At Huffalo 1; Chicago 3.
At New Ark 4; St. Louis 1.
At Baltimore 4; Kansas City 5.
At Hrooklyn 1; Pittsburgh 2.
Southern - League.
At New Orleans 0; Atlanta 4.
At Memphis 1; Nashville 9.
At Chattanooga I ; Utile Rock 4.
At Mobile G; Birmingham 2.
Neath Atlantic League.
At Albany 7; Augusta 3.
..At Macon 3; savannah L
At Columbia 0; Colu' ?bia 2.
At Jacksonville 4 ; ' Charleston 2.
At Cambiases-Harvard ii; Amherst
At Providence-Brown 0; Holy
At Clemson-Clemson I!; Ucorgla 9.
At Atlanta-Georgia Tech 3; Mer
At Chapel lilli-North Carolina li;
At Philadelphia-Pennsylvania 7;
At Now Haven-Yale 0: Virginia.
At Richmond-V. M. 1.4; Rlclflf&t?
At WestpoiuL Army ll; George
town 4. .
Clem-son Lt Again.
CLEMSO .&?X>ULEU UMMay 1 .-In
the most listless ga ne a. Clemson
team ever played m - the hume
grounds. Georgia defected Clemson 9
Thc only featuroB wei?-tko pitch
ing of Curley and Schachte.
Georgia.210 120 300-D
Battorfts: -Corloy and Torbett;
Schachte, and Oeo. Umpire : Coch
ran. , .
Government Officials Find Similar
Suit Waa Instituted During
WASHINGTON. May 1.-State and
lustlce department officials today dla- .
covered that a suit exactly similar
to that flied In the Wisconsin state
iourt by Samuel Pearson ?eek in g to
prevent/war munitions being export
id waa' brought by a person ot the
?am? name tu New Orleans during the
In that suit Samuel Pearson, a refu
gee Boer General sought to prevent
:ho exportation of American mules for
Brittan nae. In tue Wisconsin suit
Samuel Pearson seek? to elicit from
the president or the Allia Chalmers
omnany facts on which to base pro
ceeding? for al loured conspiracy to
rtolate the United States neutrality
law. Officiate believe the com- ,
ptalnant la the same In both cases.
IT. 8. SeMfcra Patrol Colon.
COLON^ May L-the city, half de
itroyed by fire last night, looksd/gfe,.
?o?ate today. Ten persons perished
ind many were injured. The losa is
intimated at two million dollars.
Thousands cf, persona are homeless
md business has almost stopped.
Bread liaesxhave been established. A ?
tent etty tuft been ersc&by United I
States authorities. United States sol
llera patrol the city.to prevent tool
ing. It ts reported the united States
consulate waa bumed.
MRS. HOLLEIS ?O
CLOSE OUI BUSINESS
HAS CONDUCTED LARGE AND
Opens Monday Morning and
Greatly Reduced Price?
Mn.. .1. C. Ilollomuti announced
Saturday that nbc tn going oui of bus
iness and that Kbc will close out her
stock of good? as Koon ns posnlblc.
Her fine line of gooda will he placed
on ?ale on Moudnv morning nt greatly
reduced prices, and alie will cluso thom
out without delay.
Mrs. ItoUeman stated timi she re
grets havlog to give uu her ?toro, iur
.she i? very foml of tin? work and loves
to deal willi tim ladlee, nf Anderson,
hut that recently the business lins
.become flo largc nbc is unable to keen
up with all the work by herself.
Mrs. llollcman began lier bu*dncs!i
jarear In Arde???on some 7 year? BRO,
in South Main Htrcci. She beean
with a minali millinery parlor, and
now she bas one of tho prettiest wo
men's ?lores in thc Stale of South
Carolina. Many Anderdon women
will regret that she Is to retire from
BUSINESS IN BANKING
AND FERTILIZER GOOD
President Vandiver of Phosphate
Company and Bank Has
Mr. J. R, Vandiver, prculdcut of the
Anderdon Phosphate and OH com
pany and of the Farmers and .Mer
chants Bank, stated yesterday in
reply to a query from a representa
tivo of The intelligencer regarding
fertilizer and bankmg business that
he sales of fertiliser during the
month of March, '1915 exceeded the
jalea for the corresponding mouth of
'.he preceding year, by something like
S 16.000. and that the deposits In tho
F~~.ers and Merchants Bank are
larger at this time than they were
this time last year.
. Mr. Vandiver staled that he was of
the opinion mostet 'the' fertilizer
concerns figu.es on a CO or GO per
cent business this- year on account
ot general business depression, and
that he expected such a business on
the contrary he found that tho busi
ness this season was 85 per cent of
tho business done last season.
The fertiliser plant west of thc city
is clobcd^own at pres?* t for cer
tain minor repairs, tout -will bc ready
for operations ab^ut July .1. The di
rectors of tho company recent met in
special session,, when they expressed
themselves as well pleased with thc
year's business. At th meeting Mr.
W. Frrv.ik Fanner was elected secre
tary of the company.
HOMES OF INDIVID
Are Easily Attained When You
Give the Proper Attention
and Consideration to the
Critics say we've a knack
for picking out pret
ty Wall Papers
In Strength of Beauty, Style, Va
riety and Lowness of Price,
Our Showing of This
Bur passes the finest qf Any Pie
vious Exhibit. Advice and Sug
gestions Cheerfully Given.
Guest Paint Co
HOIEL IS A BEAUTY
ST. JAMES OPENED YESTER -
DAY MORNING AND MANY
REGISTERED FIRST DAY
Will bc Served Every Sunday Es
pecially Though Cuisine nt
Times WOl Be Good.
Thr. St. Jamen hotel, Anderson's
nowest and latest of hostelries, was
thrown open to tho public yesterday
morning and quito n number of reg
ular hoarders were on hand for break
fast, the first meal served. I'ndor the
mmiugcinciw of Uwsrw. J. C. Prosaly
abd J. H. Karie: H bids fair to rank
among tho best ia tho Piedmont sec
No expense er ebert lias' hoon spar
od to make lt attractive and homelike,
and an inspection of tho whole build
lng shows it tn ho In beautiful ordor.
new furniture, linen, curtains nod
everything else to make lt a thorough
ty up-to-date and modem hotel.
"A homo for the travelling man" is
thc slogan for this now hotel, and a
?ionio lt will bc in every sense of thc
word, convenient to th ebuulness cen
ter, and vet away from the noise of
Main street. It hus every advantage
V make it a real home for the man
with thc grip.
Mr. W. L. Minus of Gainesville, ?a..
was the first"lravclltog man to reg
ister, hut be WBB quickly followed
h?* otherB. among whom were: S. \V.
Weinberg. Now York City; David
Hoaonficld. Nashville. Tenn; Mru.
Florence Rallonger. Westminster.
On Friday evening Mr. Earle and
Mr. Pressly gave an opening recep
tion nnd invited their Anderson
friend and the oublie in general to
inspect the bulld'ng. The Anderson
theatre orchestra furnished the music
for thc occasion which was n splendid
success, about 2<H) people catling dur
ing thc evening.
The management expects tr uta?,
a specialty of Sur.day dinners ?n'j
each day an clemant mean will be
served for r?0 cents. Polh Kr. Ear'c*
and Mr. Prenaly have had experience
In tho hotel butrinos? and that the St.
James will be a credit to Anderson ls
already assured. The menu for din
ner today is a3 follows:
Carolina Consomme Soup
Pickles Olives Young onions
Lettuce cn Mayonnalso
Roast Chicken Chicken Plo
String Deann Beets Cream Potatoes
: Sliced Tomatoes
Corn Bread Butter Milk
Steam Rico Asparagus Tips
American -Chceao Wafero
Layer Cake Ice Cream
Ice Tea Coffee Milk
LITTLE AGTIWTY IN
COTTON D?RING WEEK
Diminishing Spot Demand Causes
By Weather Reports.
NEW YORK. May 1.-Cotton has
been less, activo tho last week, with
prices showiug a tendency to work
lower under realizing and reports ol
ilmlnlshlng spot demand. At a decline
Qf about 30 to 35 points from rc
cent high records, however, the mar
ket has boen steadied by reports of
unfavorable yeather south. Indication'.)
af continued:' activity at advancing
prices in the domestic goods market
ind tho prompt stopping of May no
tices by. local spot or banking In
Houses with Wall Street connec
tions have been much leas activo in
the market and it la supposed that
many ot their clients have turned
their immediate attention from cot
ton to stocks. Some of thc larger
trade interests have been credited
with selling new crop months, while
Lhere has also been considerable sell
ing of tboae positions for Liverpool.
Notices so far Issued against May
contracts have amounted to moro
than 30,000 balea, but scattering
near month liquidation baa been
well absorbed at a discount of shout
25 to 30, points under July, and it is
reported that all tendera of cotton
not yet passed upon by tho depart
cent of agriculture are to be appeal
ed In order to get certificates from
the government classed. Heavy
raina reported southwest have been
accompanied by reports of damage to
Ul crops, with dolay to preparatives
ind planting, while continued dry
weather east of the river baa led to
complaints that raina were needed to
Many trader? consider it still too
carly for any serious apprehension aa
to ultimate yields, however, and
tallish crop advices have failed to
create any general aggressive de
11 and, although they have restricted
lolling and encouraged more or
esa investment buying, on desliase
TL ?re bas been little change in lo
cal estimates as to ArObable exporta
jr domestic mill requirements for
he season' and private reports on
>creage have shown reductions of
'rom 14 to 10.6 per cent.
Jitney Mea ta Court
MEMPHIS. Tenn.. May l-A peti
tion waa - fited in federal court here
ate yesterday by EL F. Noah and nine
nhor Jitney bus owners to enjoin the
city and county officials from enforc
Ag a State law requiring thea to
provide a 36,000 bond.
You Will Bc Relieved of
Binder Twine Troubles
If You Have Our TWINE.
Most uniform in size-greatest in tensile
strength-greatest number o?. feet to pound.
On account of the embargo on Sisal, most man
ufacturers arc unable to supply Twine. We, there
fore, strongly ? advise your placing your order
NOW for what you will need.
Sullian Hardware Co.
Anderson, Greenville, Belton.
After May 1st I will dp'?pof cash busiucss*only. And 1 sell
the best TIRE in thc wurld for the money and that is thc
GOODYEAR. Also thc HOWE KED TUBB.
VULCANIZING A SPECIALTY
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
Templeton's Vulcanizing Works
Phorie 27o 108 N. McDuffie St.
Fresh Shipment of Florida Vegetables
. ? JR?-? *
Extra line Smooth tomatoes, lb.12 l-2c
Snap Beans, the best quality, 2 lbs for..25c
New Irish Potatoes, lb.6c
Beets, 3 for .. . . '. .. ,. .. . .10c
Squash, lb. .7e
ERK Plants. 2 for. .. . ,15c
New Cabbage, lb ',. .4 l-2c
California Evaporated Peaches, 3 lbs for . ..25c
Prunes, fat and waxy, 2 lbs for.25c
3 Cans Pie Peaches for.25c
Dried Apricots, 2 lbs for.35c
48 lbs Patent Flour.$1.90
48 lbs Self-Rising Flour...$2.00
Fresh Lookout Cakes, each.10c
SOMETHING NEW-Bran Crackers. Every body should
cat these crackers for health's sake, package . . . . ?. . .15c
Anderson Cash Grocery Co.
ATHING worth" having?!*
worth having now-that*?
why we say, "put Diamond
Squeegee Tread Tiros on your
car right ww -tomorrow
majUm too late"^
J It's* just remarkable how this
Squeegee Tread digs in, scrapes
an acquaintance with the road
and prevents gomg off.on a
. We carry a complete ?tock
Anderson Hardware Co.
They are the tires that carr/ 'you longest, far
therest and easiest, with most miles per dollar and
fewest stops on the way.
For mule By
Todd Auto Shop
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