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UM JUWJiJllHill il.iIiii? T ,T T T "f "#? ? *, * AND NOTESfl * 41 CLAUDE * . ***# * ? * ** * H ':**i ^""v ' ' " Ut**"-. Mr.-A. M. Mcfle* of Anderson ?p&t Sunday In Helton.. Mr. McOea lived In Helton -several years ago and made many, warm mends here who^arjpi nt wayttfjad to seVhlra back hom?. Mrs. .1. K. Harder spent the w?ekr' end with. relatives in, Oreenvllle.; Dir. 'llarpor went up Sunday and returned with' her In the afternoon. ? Mr, Max Rice was n viBltor'.to the .oity of Greenville Sttndsy. M The Hoard of Equalisation le' in ses sion in Helton now. trying, to get taxes j <4 ?- J '-Vi.. A Little W?ttgp A . 4-. in g$ft buying at this store. Per haps that thought hat! not occur red to you; tor ^^y^g^ ft ' aive.*' r**\wm*\ Tea Ait*) Sao "*-/<iraaev> ?>**. 4S"ftHRf ; ^""?ffij IIa '., - 1 * %?/?.< ? .. H B r o tt h ? r * Jewelers B?LT?N.S.C, >...; . * * * * * IOM BUSY BELTON * * * * * * * * * * ? * ?. . - - . . * .straightened out for another year. ; Mr. and Mrs. C. M? Cox, Mr. and Mrs; A. W. Bogga.and MJss bila Ter ry Bpent Sunday mp?t d-iiightfully wit!: Mrs. Bqggs' 'mother, Mrs. *terry at |Lickvllle. \ * ' Mr. Clark^?tewart was in Belton on Sunday. Mrs. A. W., B,Oggs, has issued invi tations to a deilghtrui dinner party on Wednesday, . Mrs. HeJ?jrJrJjfier and HP'.e dau ghter, of. WlHiamston, and Mrp. W. c. ! Brown and Mrs. J. T. West apent Tues t?wimfal& ^.uvm-m*. but still not wet!: ' ' . '*- . ) Dr. E. 8. Prierson t?otftftlsslea Elisa Neville and Sue Covington and Mrs* hM??a W^sid^a'-'nr?^: wrt^V^jem Jfiunday "Three?rTour' oY "the' teachers are gome to Spartpitburg thia^w?ak to the . Teachers' Meeting in n'ension there 1 fwkttt ?Ws?*'tq^Otb..;: ; r Mrs. O. R. Poore bas issue* invita tions to a reception fqr Thursday at tla^^nfSn^ ?^?^k h'aVc^s?bff^t' in^taWm?1^ tSe5P?2 N^or^?^i^?oji.Thu>8. and Prl. Marsh i*1*** s^ieTfeafa w-m '?e^rt ' exnj>ltlpn and all are Invited to coma ahd see them llf they don't buy.*7*7^"- . ! . Mfe-ahjl.;;)^a. r ,JobA;^:torton and I Master John.: 3r?, sp$ij? Sund** with *Mr?'.(inB W^.r:-f: rioroori oq Br^Vs ^'-?'hd 'm?.-^*y '^HWft^f Lan dj-bW, "Wbflh apejiv ouiiOTr .Veiy i>.5?* antly M^Mr. and, Mrs, .tt. M. Geer, ^ttW^I ?bsem?p. traveling rep resentative of the Baptist Courier, was in Belton Monday in the interest of his paper. . M. h. WilltB^oT And?rsoh, broprle tor of'th?'G. 81l?*'?. Music Coif at Hel ton, who baft, been confined to blc a for a. "week, is able toi be out Dr. C. C. Geer and brother, fcJE., oL iGreenViVr?, e^t"8dnuuy,,.tf-^B??tonT with their mother, who has been very PART ONE VOL. 1. NO. 1. Weekljr, K t WUhe4 1860;Doily, Jan. 18, 1914. ANDERSON, S. C. TUESDAY MORNING, JAN. 13, 1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS. $5.00 PEF ANNUM. iHstrjet N^. he off??Ka7 with the Fl March.,28 a** n, Ivo, irch of lya, Nooii?> and rutea.? er.\X:"& J, J4? Cr 'W$s|''tsj , its covenant] C. ' J Ham Seilte A. a*.ai ~____F *; No, man. or w? B^aw^ who. eata meat] l*Wnlte by Hush- j ly?, .Bays a .t; toy* ^.Tllo moment yp?l'MA. too. bidnnya or-y^fr"'1 u.Vae?e', full of ,br at in_. feet rrom ta-; r?. iitnin1 7-?- -?- - . ,T;T?:-l flier of his dlaaoJtt^T' fTfflfofrKnow that the dls ?V?f T?-can^*- of ninety per edif^i^fe^ Of, th?? niarlne ehglna jp;' ydeht i'uu^^quartz) fo? filler andk elasticity. This ?'/U reslstfc^.a?tioq..ofjj tn&ta&tefuiiy twice asfc i .ri quality of white J :h- rt'.v of."-.the ordi- f ,7 * .^?Wy^v^^ft.r-^raPW ied iivBelton, Th?y i$ weseel tltem at reas jone, oj, o.ur .f;ith AnwQ jij?d Lists. You will finft your^wants. When i'ri '.'"need of aiiy rtijiifliiiVtiiedrug line, get h^^fg^^tfyp? f wanfrtfa? best results. an! Down. goes^th?;bigJi:/:ost of- f living. Nickles ' and dimes did. it. Go ?. *n ana make us pfpve this. We want to| see ' the ":feg] f^AjWPr.rying about ^.dollar fx?. ! i m our reception-iooin. -we n | vour careful inspection of ouxjj under lTO?Mg to receive, first-class. \vork.. Pictures, Picture Frames, Kodak ?ne fthnp.i / I mm by, ai is and wider e *4o the Atlantic and now baa fae^ J t..... .-v .- .ijfi. ?<. * ?.< - -. * |? ->? -r.">'^'j1'^.-'?r?--. *?-.. -....... ......>. .... v . U^y^f^-. .r.-r- -?*-.- : v -r ;-|-.. Will' have on d^play Spring- and Summer Mil l?i^V?very day during Thursday, March 19th, SO? GAR. PART ONE VOL. 1. NO. 1. Weekljr, K t WUhe4 1860;Doily, Jan. 18, 1914. ANDERSON, S. C. TUESDAY MORNING, JAN. 13, 1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS. $5.00 PEF ANNUM. at th?^ IbWfes** ^ti^?ble Spring is here, soxorn? greatly improve on the new pretty Suits, Hats and' Dresses as well as your personaiiiy. mm. m\' Mm', mBm^Tmi }m %t u b i o 2 P?^SFerVusers Ifr/T your-dealer for our goods ' la ouo of.'tha tbot***?0?Ig^gi^iM^^^sf -J?nM these PsftUjs?r?,? AaA ut-an-: u;r un. ICCSP* D SOttO^Uvitr .. TMl superior "crop pre^'doy^ ??^u . -?^^??^*b*"h.