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Siding Modern fftitgrenn deinuiidti more i becomes moro searer and muKonry ni the mind IK fookiug for a heifer timi ?ot <>nl) will gi v?! flic in ii \ i m um of i lilHO carry willi it those additional ? lacking lu HO wait* of the mutcriulH hus led to thc inf rodin lion of Mein grade building prod urOr wort hy of tin COBBUGATED I strongest and mont Sheet Metal ttooiini Sheathing IH not ed Sheet? are easily These V?('rlmp very much superior ed Hoofing generali mueh Htronger ami leak. tthh WEIGHT 8HLKTS- This I advantage to every user, of roofing*, ,ji'***e put on tho market product? ?erj Th? resolta hare been unsatisfactory lags and Sidings. da In the purchase of this material (] Sullivan Har A Anderson, 8? C? Belton, HOW-WE LAUNDER YOUR SHIRTS Wa launder men's n?gligea shirts a little better than moat Iriea do- a little more the ( ;' you, want yours laundered. we giW4hem a careful *ash-\ lng, starcbMhem without stick ing up the sleeves and body with surplus starch ano we . iron thAu BO they fit anil lot* like new. Wa ahojiu the cuffa to flt ?our . wriate, and ; gi?o them p lirra, atlffjinloh, and iron their ???roa smooth. You'll Ij^c thin work. ' Try lt. ANDERSON STEAM LAUNDRY ?PHONE MO. 7. BUT TRUE. A graduate of Perry's Business College a few years ago, is now receiv ing a salary of more than Fifteen Thousand Dol lars annually and that man baa an office within leas than twenty miles of Greenville, S. C. won^T^t "IJT^TZ^l doableo1 many timees by reason of . special firness through the train M*? ??e*Sv?d ? oar College. Write today for cata logue and very low rates PERRY BUSINESS Greenville, S. C. Married ta LewaeasvUfu Mr. Leighton Pruitt ot thin city and Misa Mau Hardin ot Loy ndcevllle. daughter of Mr. J. W. ?aldin, wero married on Sunday night b\ JLAwndee ?Me by lb? Baptist minister, Rev. Mr. Bishops. Mr. Pruitt ls the sen ot Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Pruitt cf ?uta city and ls associated with bis father In the grocery business here. Th? young couple baye gone away on ? wedding trip and will come to Anderson later. tal Roofing and UK tetter uuiltllngs. Kn good timiter lore cvpcnslw, naturally tile Investiga' more economical building material (dat irotceUon ut u minimum tout, but ? lil cutures desired in such buildings, ''iii being f.xed ut Hie present time. This Kooline und Kiding Materials ns high i' must filterable consideration. SHH HTS ure the used uf all lorin' of x, or Kiding. essential; Corrugat and rapidly applied. Roofing Sheets are to the V-frimp ly sold. It ls ?ery much less liable to ? nu Important feature and u decided Many unscrupulous manufacturers, r much lighter than standard v.eights, serrlce, and criticisms of Metal Hoof? ?UALITY IK OUR CHIEF AIM. rvare Company Greenville, H. C. o o o o o o o o o o o <. o o o o o o o O o o SK WK FROM SENECA. o o el oooooooooooooooooooo SENECA, Feb... 6.--Messrs. C. S. 8ul?lvan, C. Ban Allen, Wm. McClure, W. J. McCku-e, J. H. McClure. Jr., were some of the Anderson visitors to Seneca the latter part of this week. 1 ; Mr. ? T. Padea Anderson of West minster waa in Seneca for a while I ,one day this afee*' Messrs.. U H. raig, L. R. Garner, and W. C. G rei im, popular ' t ravel- j lng men out'ol. Greenville were in Seneca the latter part of the week, j MisB Nell Kellett of Fountain Inn was iu Seneca* Friday. . , Messrs. H. It. Barron and V. P. Patterson of Spartanburg wore recent vlfilrora to our town. t Miss Roxy Reid of Walhalla is vls ittag -Mr:;. Ethel Ask nnd Miss Stella Fincanon. Mrs. A. B< Vickery of LuYonla, Ga., is tho guest of Mrs. J. E. Hopkins this week. Mn?. W. J. Lunney has returned homo after u vj.s ii. of Boveral weeks to relatives In Charlotte, N. C. Mr. IR. p. Neill has returned from a j business trip to Brcvard, N. C. Mrs. J. Eustace HopkinB entertains In honor of Mrs. Vickery of Lavenia and Mrs. T. B. Jones of Townvllle. One of the most elaborate and for mal affairs that has graced 'Seneca's social life recently, waa the recep t ion tendered by Mrs. J. Eustace Hop kins |n honor of MrsyWVdrian B. Vic kery ot Luvonlu. Ga., and Mrs. T. B. Allen Jones of Townviiip. The mar ried ladles were bidden from four to five nnd thc younger sot from five to six. The guests were met ut the door by Mesdames T. E. Stribling and S. K. Dendy; Mrs. Hopkins. Mrs. Vickery and Mrs. Jones received in the parlor. Mrs. E. C. Doyle presided at Ute] punch bowl. The house was beauti fully decorated with pink candles and ferne. From the parlor the guest were ushered ..ito the dining room by Mrs. Clara, Vcrner McCary, where they Were served with a delicious salad course by Misses Louisa Dendy, Sarah Davis and Clara Verner McCary. Mesdames Arad B. Vickery, T. B. Ai?ou Jones. T.,E. Strlblin- &. KU Dendy. C. V. McCary. E. O. Puyle, E. J. Holzman, W. J. Holloway, J. E. Nitron. W. ? Hunter, W. ?. Hamilton, E. A. Counts, 0. i%4 uignllllat, J. L. Marrett, B. O. Hopkins, Benn Har per, W. P. Nimmons, O. W. Shelor, L. W. Verner, Sallie Holloman. G. W. Ballenger, W. K. Livingston, T. Lesley Stribling, Misses Sue Gignilllat, Mae I and Louise Hamilton, Stella Fincanon, Raxey Reid. Margaret Morrison, Hess ' and Etta Clarkson, Gussie Cunning ham aro some of thoae who were pres- j o o o o o o o o o o| 6 _ o o FROM SEPTUS. o o o o o o o o o o o Mrs. Charley Kay and son, Murry. of Oakway spent a part of last woek with friends and rolaHres here. Miss Saphronia McAHstcr is spend ing a few days with her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Kay, at Oakway; Friend Jim Moore says thst St. Pe ter will swing the gate wide open to j Ute man that cornea up to bia wife's expectations. While some drag the roads others will stand around and cuss Mack King for there being so many mud bolea in the road. Whether Germany he right or wrong in this great world war, she la keeping all nations in hot water. IJttla Miss Marie Mulllkln ha? been ont of school fdr a week, having been on the sick Hat. but we are glad to see her able to be back In school. Events of During thia little month <>r twenty eight (lay? we twine the flowers and ?Ines the laurel wreath about the ?. ow of hero ami soldier, statesman, |>oet and other nun of leit?-rs. We Imve nm a month In all tiie year that brings us the birthdays of HO many different ne a who have helped the world, fuTi% When we look for men to serve our country or t<? sorVc ia any way what kind of men do we want to And? Wo must have patriotic men, honest men. faithful, iiatlent men-men who do their duty ut all times. Some men do one kind of service some another. The man Who plows or tlins or works with tools honestly and faithfully ls help ing his country and his fellowmen. Men who build great bridges and rail roads and good houses are also help itiK the world; men who write good books help the, world; mer who in vent new and splendid machinery, electric lights and telephone ure ali helping the world.y George Wnshiutrton. George Washington was born Feb 22, 17.12, in Westmoreland County, Va. ile was a man of strong sense and sound Judgment, of stainless charac ter. Ile was never known to tell a Ho, ! fis character ls unsurpassed by that of uny hero. Ile was the first president of the Tithed States, serv ing two terms. George Washington died at his home. Mount Vernon, In Virginia. Dee. 14, 1799. "Settlement of Georgia." Then coming on down to the sunny s? j'.th land we see recorded the settle ment of Georgia. On February 12, 17:;::, amid the song of birds and fragrance of the yellow Jessamine, the city of Savannah was laid out hy .latin-.". Oglethorpe, a man whose outline of life is worthy of mention on the first page In the his tory of Georgia. His purity and no bility of character was such tba' he excited the envy of none but rained the admiration of all. His vatriot Ism was above any personnt ambition above party and faction '.nd his life work was the love of h'a country and her" unfortunate peopl*. He was un tiring in his efforts to better their condition, to rescue them from de spair, and to inspire them with hope. The result of his labor ls that they are now celebrating the one hundred and eighty-second nnnlvesary of Geor gia. "The Stamp Act." Feb. 22, ?77?, the law called the Stamp Act waa repealed. This Brit ish law provided that all documents used in carrying on business such as bills, receipts, deeds, bonds and notes should be written on stamped paper, which the British revenue offices were to furnish at certain fixed rates. When this news reached America lt caused great Indignation and alarm to her citizens. The public opinion ef Amer ica expressed itself in tho Sentiment that "Taxation without representa tion is tyranny." Thc merchants of ooooooooooooooo o o o PELZER. o <> ? ooooooooooooooo PELZER. Feb., S.--Miss W'nnie Cromer who has been visiting her sis ter, Miss Carrie und brother. Mr. Thomas Crane of this place has re turned to. her home In Hendcrsonvllle. While hero Miss Crane received much sociul attention. On Thursday evening Mr.' and Mrs. llnmsoy Allison entertained thc Rook Club complimeutary to Miss Crane. Progressivo Rook waa the main fea ture of. tho evening. This party was quite characteristic of Mr and Mrs. Allison's generous hospitality. They made all their guest enjoy a thorough ly delightful evening. Late in the evening delicious refreshments, con sisting of hot chocolate and cakes, was served. Those who enjoyed the pleasures of the evening were: Miss Sara Cobb and Prof. W. C. Petrie, Miss Maude Stewart and Dr. Joe Bu ford, Miss Carrie Crane and Mr. Witt Martin, Miss Minnie Crane, the honor guest aud Mr. Washington Dr. and Mrs. Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. Pelter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Heyward, Mr. and Mrs. John McBreaty. Miss Carrie Crane was at home to several of her friends, in honor of her sister, Tuesday evening This pretty little sociul affair, though very Infor-,, mal was quite delightful in its sim plicity and originality. Miss Crane served a very tempting course of re freshments to her charming guests. Another quite delightful affair of week wap on Thursday afternoon when Mrs. J. M. Garrett was hostess to the West Pelzer School Improve ment association. After the business meeting Bcclal chats were enjoyed while Mrs. Garr?tt assisted by Misses Stewart and West served dainty re-, freshmenta. The following ladles were present: Mesdames J. L. Hlndman. C. C. Hlndman, A. W. Crenshaw. Luther Crenshaw, Will Martin, A. T. Cobb, R. L. Snipes, Todd Stewart. Misses. Jessie Norris. Malorie West, Mary Brabham, Maude Stewart. - Mildred Harrison. Edith and Mamie Smith and Audrie Sn I pen. Dr. C. T.. Tripp made a business trip LEGAL NOTICES Time Fer Maxie* Befaras Oat Feb ruary mk. Please take notice only 15 more days time for returns for personal property will be out. Respectively auk alt cities and towns and the country to please make effort to make returns, otherwise you are lia ble to SO per cent penalty. Board of City ot Anderson asks that returns be made to Auditor gt once. WINSTON SMITH, Auditor. February 5. 1015. February Hie principal cities agreed to import no more gooda from Great Britain lill the Stain j) Act waa repealed. Trade with England was almost entirely stopped. Tim very children in the streets learn Hie cry, "Liberty, prop erty and no -tamps" So Fob. 22, 177?j. the law waa repealed. Henry Wad, wort h Loinrfellou. Henry Wad? wort h longfellow was born Feb. 21. ISO!?, at Portland. Me. When a boy he was fond of books ami made rap I progress in his .studies. Ho entereu Bowdoin College at the age of fourteen. Longfellow loved little Children very much. He wrote about them, ile tells us about them in his "Story Hour." He wrote his first poem when he was ten years old. It was entitled "lovell's Fight." Longfellow was twice married. He died at the age of scventytlve. Abraham Lincoln. Abraham Lincoln was born Feb. 12, 1809. He was much like other boys In many ways. His parents were very poor and lived in a little log cabin out in thc "voods. His mother made him a suit of bearskin moccasins and a little bearskin cap. He walked two miles to school. He used his mother's coal shovel for a slate and a stick of charcoal for a pencil. He went lo school very little, his mother read to him and told him many stories. Abra ham Lincoln was one of the presi dents of the United States, he was afc saslnated by J. Wilkes Booth. Thomas A. Edison. Thomas A. Edison was born Feb. ll, 1847, in Milan. Ohio. He now lives In New Jersey. His parents were very poor, therefore, he couldn't attend school as his parents needed him at home. He read every book that he could get. He read magazines and looked for everything which told about new Inventions. He wag fond of experi menting. Me was the inventor of electricity. He made a water tele phone and electric pen and the elec tric light which is used all over the world. He invented the biograph, he ls still trying to Hud more ways to help the world. There are several others I can men tion whose birthdays come In Feb ruary. Feb. 10. 1819, John Ruskin. Feb. 22, 1828, Margaret E. Sangster. Feb. 22. 1819, James Russell lowell. Feb. 24. 1789, Wilhelm Carl Grimm. Feb. 28, 1797, Mary Lyon. Battleship .Haine. Again the battleship Maine, com manded by Captain Slgsbee was sent to Havanna and on the night of Feb* ruary 15, 1898, she was lying at an chor* when suddenly a mighty explos ion took place and sent her to the bottom of the harbor. How sad was many' a heart to hear of the lives of two hundred and sixty perishing with her. * MRS. LON BOLEMAN. Td^rnville, S. C., Feb, 8, 1915. to Greenville Thursday. . Mr. Ben Martin of Easley Was a visitor In town this week. Mr. L. H. Bagwell was In town on business Thursday afternoon. Miss; Jessie Norris is spending the week-end with her parents at Grove station. Miss Ida Mae Cr on shaw visited Mr. John Washington and family of Bel ton lost Sunday. John Scott visited relatives near Sheddah Sunday, 31st. . Miss Kate Scott of Lick ville spent last week-end with friends here. MISB Lillian Holtzctaw, teacher of thc White Plains school was in town, last Friday afternoon. Mr. Alfred Cobb of the Southern Railway was In on a visit to his par ents ot this place. Miss Maude Stewart stayed over Sunday with Miss Jenevia West of Greenville. Mr. Jay McAllstcr of tie White Plains section was a busln-.*as visitor in town last week. Mr. Charlie Scott a prosperous farmer on the Greenville ?Ide was in1 town last Sunday. The gigantic sale on at the Pal metto Dry Goods Co., in now in full sway and will continue through thia week. Mr. W. IC Hudgens was a business visitor to Belton last week. Mr. Will Johnson was In town on business Saturday. Miss Ella Hlott of the East View school was in town recently.. icAOOOooaoooo c . o FIR3T CREEK SOCIALS. o ? o Thc ABaville school is progressing nicely under the management of Miss Maggie Cochran. We have forty-five on roll and expecting several more to start this wees:'. Mr. H. 3. Fisher was tn Anderson last 'seek business. Masara. W. S. and T. M. Bell, waa in Belton Friday on business. . Messrs. Anderson Brock . and. Joe McCurry spent Friday night wita Hr. Henry Weeks of near Belton. Misa Mildred Bonds visited her aunt, Mrs. J. P. Owens Sunday.' Mr. W* J, Murdock attended the Masonic meeting of Antrevllle lodge' Saturday afternoon. Mr. J. B. Hall spent A few hours Sunday with her ?on. Mr. Aaa Hall, Jr. Mr. Henry Weeks visited Mr. Joe McCurry Saturday night and Sunday, Mesara Clyde Murdock and.Charlie Tylers called vin Misses Jennettie and Bessie Fields of the Neall* Creek sec tion Saturday night and. .tnnday. Miss Katherln Fishor visited Miss Kan?le Ashley recently. Some of our brave boya enjoy run ning in "Ground hog day." Mr. Kerran Brock called on his best girl of near Hebron Sunday, t Constipation. When costive or troubled with con stipation take Chamberlain's Tablets. They are eusy to take and moat agree able in c2fect. Obtainable every where. Mil oooooooooooooooo HOPEWELL o o oooooooooooooooo Our school is in s splendid condi tion under the management of Mr. L. M. Mahaffey and Miss Mary Teague. We have enrolled .several new pupils since the holidays, which makes our enrollment reach the seventy mark. The Hopewell Literary society was reorganized two weeks ago. Ralph King was elected president; Ralph Welborne, vice president; Kathleen Thompson, secretary und treasurer. 11 A very interesting program was ren- 11 dered last Friday afternoon by the members of the society. The next meeting will be held Friday, Februury 19, and we are preparing a special "Washington Birthday" exercise for that meeting. | We have sent in an order for new library books. We hope to see our boys and girls read and enjoy them. A new blackboard has been pur chased for Miss Teague's room. They also have new shades for the wln e A WON. J (ft Chairman ol New Yofk C once to the Credit F sedation of Life In of a life Insurance Some excellent poll rfeerence to the v? summary of his pai Relation of "Do we not pay t to personal qualifie property to melt av of efficiency do not "With such thong insurance companei the disaster almost management of a 1 the business a aucci "Lifo Insurance is i credits against the i dependent upon thel "I borrowed money t eral. The party mo and that the insu:ar "There ls anothei speak-the psycholc from a creditor's ti "When it comes Xx. haps, have in mind : tho : hort cut to whl eral or sp?cifie, by i of questions such a forethought? Is he sense of justice and to assume responBib to meet emcrgencie Is he progressive, a Does he know how. and erratic, dr are 1 ho integrity and r< fellow-men? Is ho especially of wife, c "Sure lt will requ to prove that a carel rles would shed Hgt late and to which m "Suppose, fdr ess prudence, caution, 1 which gp to make much life Insurance carried, in what coi of the family or the ot the working of tli sibilus, .and in. taco ment of promises s concerning a man's ed in the matter of e if there If any one ll vd middle age, after would come as neai tiona and keep prom "Banks have long ' of the life insurance like Dun's and Bra reaching a concluslo llnformatlon is certs He characterised 1 in tho country, and rests the same obllg In times of need, as quired by law to kc He said, "Banking its profit in the aggi actions. It Ia mana ment se?,KS no prom earnings for the be. . or advantage, hut st them the asperities activity. "Life Insurance li of human natur? et woven with and clo sociological, altruist bl?, enforcible conti hand to control, in < M* ML C, W, WEBB, Ristre dows, which add greatly to the ap pearance of the room. We have been expecting a visit from Misses darlington. Our girls are anxious to know about the tomato club and some of them arc ready to begin work. Superintendent Felton promised us a visil but bad weather kept hint away. We hope, however, to have them with us In the near fu ture The young people of Hopewell com munity are preparing for another play to be glvfcn for their benellt of our school CUT THIS OUT NOW If you don't want lt today, you may icxt week. Send this advertisement ind-JUficnts to Foley & Co.. Chicago, 111., wrltng your name and address :learly. You receive in return three :rial packages-Foley's Honey and Tar Compound for coughs, colds, :roup and grippe; Foley Kidney ^ills, for weak or disordered kidney! >r bladder; Foley Cathartic Tu blets, i pleasant, wholesome and oiea.ising lurgatlve, just the thing for winter's doggish bowels and torpid liver. These well known standard remedies for sale by Evans' Pharmacy. Insurance < ff eds Cr ed A.. BARTON HE1 ! tho Boaard of Directors of the Chas 'ity, delivered an address on tho "Rela auric of Business," at the Eigth Annual Burance Presidents, December 10, 1914, policy, said Mr. Hepburn. thBt he rece nts, however, are made by Mr. Hepbt lue of life Insurance for business and >er: Life Insurance to the Credit Fabric o oo much attention to property qualiflbt a? The law's delays and tho law'B ch ray, but the element of.personal honej change with time. hts in mind it ls interesting to;note t i, in urging life Insurance, as a mean sure to follow, in cases'whore death .usin?es the man .whose foresight' and ?B8. also being made to serve the useful p death of debtors whose ability to pay lr living than upon the amount of prop o finish my education, and bad my lift .king the loan believed I would repay ice company would if I did not. r feature of life Insurance nbout. whi igicnL significance of life Insurance as iandpo'nt. . > extending ere?lt, the average business any set of rules or formulae. He reacl ch he is accustomed. He should In soi nqulry or Intuition, seek and obtain at s these: Has the man ability, salf-con cautious, frugal and normal .In his hab proper regard for the rights of others 1 ditty, and does he Understand the need s? Is he home-loving, industrious am nd likely therefore to keep pace wtih .to get money's worth for money expe ils habits Axed and his purpose In Ute sputetlon and does he cherish his st selfish and self-centered, or does he tl hildren and those who may be depend? Ire no argument before a group of lift Cul and. detailed inquiry as to the life in it upon each of the questions I have a any others of similar Import might wei niple, in seeking information as to a frugality, unselfishness, reliability an up high character-and good repute, s ? he carries, of what kind and for hoi apantes has lt been taken out and ls li business or both? Could we find any wi ie man's mind, of his habit of life, of h ot all those qualities upon which we i o far as personality ls concerned? C life insurance wilt not answer alf ct tb txtending credit, nor any of them bondi ne of inquiry that could be. made of a n having been engaged ip business tor ? showing both ability and d?termin?t! lises. been accustomed to ask large borrow* they carry, and it seems to me that cc Istreet's, ?ho..id ask for similar Infor n aS to the credit-rating to which a ma inly valuable contributory evidence." life insurance companies aa the areates I, for that reason, expressed the belt ation to keep Hqulr funds on ? ?nd to rests upon banka ?nd trust companies, BP a reserve.against their liabilities, renders an lndlspenslble service to the ogatlon of very small percentages in n ged as a business and for gats. Life i in toe usual sense of that term; it hoi neflt of the inc red;the insured seeks rives to protect his credit, shield his fa pt life after he has passed'beyond the i unselfish, lt ts the tangible result of noodled in the form ot practical reih se!y allied to business, its Impulse an ile; It Is the regard for one's family, wet, a beneficent instrumentality ?vhlc ?rtter to sooth, assuage, cherish and sn MATTISON, G?n?ral i Agent, J* J. TBOWBBIC Bleekley Bldg., ANDERSON, S, C. Something For Nothin; Youngs Island, 8. C., NOT. 23, 1*1? To get started with you we maki you the following offer. Send us fi j for 1,000 Frost Proof Cabbage Plant grown in the open air tad will stan] freezing, grown from th? Celebrated Seed of Bolglna & Son and Thorbor & Co.', and I will send you 1,9)0 Cat bage Plants additional FREE, and yo can repeat the order a* many time as you like. I will give yo? specla prices on Potato Seed and Potat Plants later. We want the account of close buyers, large and small. W? .an supply alL Atlantic Coast' Plant Co. ? mn ZS it PB URN. e National Bank of ition of Lifo *-tur Meeting of It was bj ""5 lived his educ*, irn with particui* the following is a f Bualhees. itlona and too little reinvention permit tty and the quality he activities of life s of .circumventing . removes from the ability havo made Wi-j? I. ?urpose of Insuring their debts ls more erty they may own. > insured , as collat the same'if I lived, ch I woulo Use to lt should be viewed man does not, per les a conclusion by ne way, either gen tswers to a number itrol, prudence and Its of life? . Has he ' I? li? accustomed for being prepared d mindful of duty? his competitors? oded? Is he Aciclo well-doflned? Hss. anding among his ii ink- of others, and mt. upon him? > insurance experts suranco a man car ?pted to formu added. 's forethought, ther qualities auld ask how ?v long has lt been t for the protection tere better evidence is sense ot respon nust rely for fulfll ?f course, inquiries ie questions involv ualvely, but I doubt ta t who has reach Be vera! vearr, that on tn mo?t obliga srs for 9 statement .mmeroial agencies, mation for use in n ts entitled. Such * investment banks et that upon, them relieve the country which are now re public and realizes lultitudlnous trans naursnccs ms2"*e ds and uses all net no personal profit tnlly and soften for > realm ot personal tbo better motives sf ; although inter A its execution are Incarnate in tan gi li enables the dead pport." Agent ?GE, Special Agent.