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A PALM BEACH SUIT GRATIS TO EACH CUSTOMER
$1 5.7
Buys a $25 custom made cloth suit to your individual measure, from a large selection of Serges, Worsteds, Cheviots and Cassimeres, in Stripes, Plaids and
Checks, Blacks, Blues and Fancies-and
A $10.00 CUSTOM MADE PALM BEACH SUIT-FREE-Made To Your Individual Measure
Do Not Miss Our Opening, February ?Tth, 19115
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WE WILL PLEASE YOU OR REFUND YOUR MONEY
A custom made Palm Beach Suit, to your individual measure, GRATIS, is included with every suit purchased. Cloth thoroughly shrunk no linings, and
made according to the style that you desire. We have given you the greatest values ever known, and we intend to continue so doing.
We Want Every Man In Anderson and Vicinity to Wear Nothing but COLUMBIA CLOTHES
OUR LABEL GUARANTEES SATISFACTION
We stand back of every garment that we p reduce. Every one of our customers must be pleased, and remember that no concern can touch these values, nor can any con
cern give you the selection, quality, work manship or fit at THREE TIMES the price that we charge you. We want your order for this season's tailoring. This means you
PALM BEACH SUIT IS GRATIS
Our inducements cannot even be imitated by others, because you are dealing with THE COLUMBIA TAILORING CO., the manufacturers of your purchase.
Spring Opening, Saturday, February 27 th, 1915
F. M. UNGER, Mgr. 122 W. Whittier Street ANDERSON, St C.
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LAD INJURED AS AUTO
CRASHED INTO WAGON
criEVio i KIBBLE HAD VERY
NARROW ESCAPE EARLY
LAST EVENING
AUTOIST ARRESTED
W. L. Seigler of McCormick
Charged With Reckless Driv
ing-Out op Bond of $50
Chevls, young son of E. C. Tribblc.
of. South Main street, and employed
by the South Side Grocery company,
wits painfully injured last evening
about 7: tG o'clock when W. L. Seigler,
of McCormick, drove his automobile
Into tho rear of the delivery wagon
on which the boy-was riding, on South
Main street.
Had lt not 1 UTI ihr the alertness
of u negro mau in stopping tho run
away mule, after it had gone about
100 yards, it is likely that the lad
would have been fatally injured. Tho
force of tho collision threw him for
ward from his seat. His body lodged
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icross tho single-tree of the wagon
shalt*, where it was held in position
by tho wazon body, which was thrown
i<>r\\ uni og i ; bed by the Impact. In
this position thc boy Was dragged
over the rough street, aud that he was
not fatally injured ls little short of
mlrac.ju?
After vue lsd had been extricated
from this perilous position he got up
and atti opted to walk, but fell over
unconscious. Medical asslstsnce waa
called, and Dr. H. H. Acker respond
ed. Tho boy was brought back to a
state of consciousness, but Just how
sorlous bi-; injuries are -will u-jt bc
known i until this morning, lt was
aiated. There Is a bruise on his chest
I nd one on one of hts hands', hut the
vxtent of internal injuries, If ibero
.\re. any, could not .be determined by
..hs attending ohystctsn last night.
Belgier Arrest*^
Selglor, the driver" ot thp machine
which crashed Into the roy's wagon,
was arrested by the pojlco after a
long chase. He was brought IJ the
station house and charges of "reck
less, dangerous and careless" driving
of sn automobile lodged against him.
Soigler was released on bond of $60
for his appearance In the recorder's
court today.
According to statements _of eye wit
Farmers, Attention!
Don't fail to Top Grain with
our
or our
or our
9-6-0
- .103-1
8-2J-1
An4 then you ?will have grain to tel! this
summer, and the money you get for it wiii
come in mighty handy? Top Dressing should
be applied early.
Anderson Phosphate & Oil
Company
osees of the affair, Seigler was ?riv- i
ig up South Main Btreet at a rapid
lip. The Ti ibbie boy had JUBt otart
d from the. South Side Grocery coin
any with his last load of groceries
or tba dey. when the automobile
lashed into the wagon, smashing on .
't the resr wheels, thiowtng - ?he j
/agon body off its bed and deposi
ng tho .front end of it across Trlbblo's
?ody. which had bcon thrown across
ho single-tree ot the shafts by tho
oreo of the collision. The mule hit .-li
ri to the - wagon darted away Im
mediately up South Main street, with
he boy's body dangling in the posi
ion described, and was stopped by a
icgro man after it had run something
Ike 100 yards
Belgier Kept Going.
According to those who were wlt
lessea of the collision. Seigler did not
itop hts - machine. The police were
itifted qf the affair and Privates
Orlskell And Payne Bet out to find
he driver, ot thc year, the officers
ravelling In. Alderman I C. H*. 8n??ar?
nan's automobile, which was driven
jy Fireman J. F. Gaines.
Private Payne went in one direction
0 locate Seigler, while Privat? Drls
cell set off-in- another. The latter
ifflcer went ?a far down. South Main
itrect ak the place where the carnival
s now holding forth, but failed lo lo
?ate the man for whom he. waa. look
ng. While coming back up South
tfalo trot t. the officer's attention-waa
tttracted hy sounds coming from **.
Ilstsnt automobile which appeared co
ie stslled. Privat o Drlskell weat in
hst direction and -?ne noon Seigler,
.vhoso automobile had stalled with
ilm on Cat lett street. Tho man was
[dace under arrest and brought to the
police station.
Was Small Car.
Chief of Police Sommons staled
bat Seigler said he lives st McCor
mick, and that ho waa on bis wav to
?vu at the time of the collision. The
?ar which Belgier was driving is a
?mali runabout and bad been strip
ned. il* bad a com nan lon with him
?t ibo time of th* arrest. It I* un
derstood thnt Soialor continued on
ii? wav to Iva attn? he had been re
leased bv tho polices Ito appears JNW
?>e atmut 30 vears - jSf*- Young}
rrtbhlc is sahl to l.c abo?l, 13
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?itt^-- ^*?|
"Ne Artie* Tal* fission. ^
WASHINGTON, Feh. 25.-No sctlon
will be recofameBdei to ?this congress
liv the house subcommittee blaring
Shanta* against Federal Judge Dayton
nf West Virginia. Chairman Mc-.
Qliitcuddy began premiring a report
which may serve as. the basis ot any
action the 04th congress decides to
take. -
Federal Reserve listes.
WASHINGTON. Feb. ?S.-Se?retary
McAdoo today announced his nurmw
to print approximately #600,000,0*0 of
federal reserve notes, to be sent ta
federal reserve banks when demand
sd. through th? proper channels They
erlll take the plsee. to a large1 degree,
of the notes Issued under tb? Aldrlch
Vrooland sot, which' expires Jun* 50.
?
HE NATURAL HISTORY I
OF REU6I&SUBJECT
>F ADDRESS TO BE GIVEN 1
SUNDAY TO MEN BY W.
L. POTEAT
VT COURT HOUSE j
lifted President of Wake Forest
College, N. C., W?1 Be Heard
by Great Crowd
"Thc Natural history ot Religion"
i thc sur-!cct of 'the address which
)r. William Louis Poteat, president of
Vase Forest College. North Carolina,
rill deliver at the1 men's mass" meet
ng to he bold next) Sunday afternoon
t the courthouse,. uudork tho auspices
if tho Young Men's Christian Associa
lon.
The meeting will be held at the
ame hour as these which have been
ic ttl heretofore, that is. 3:30 o'clock,
t la not Improbable that the mooi
ng will be thc largest attended of
ny that has been , held thia season,
is the apes ker is not only one of the
nost widely known on the entire
rinter program but ls one ot .the very
?est that the association could se
iure.'
Dr. W. L. Poteat ls a brother ot Dr.
?dWin M. Poteat, president of Fur
nan University. Greenville, 8. C. It
s somewhat singular that these
bothers are presidents of the State
iaptlst colleges of the Carolinas. Thc
?resident of Wake Forest College , ls .
?ld to be thc equal In every way of
tis gifted brother on the lecture ptat
orm. Doubtless tuero ar? many Aa*
larson people wup-will declare tKffi
hey are "from Missouri" rcgard'.hg -
hts ststemcnt, and a'splendid wa; tor
ham to settle the question in their
ninds ls to come out Sunday after'
icon and hear- tho North Carolina
Poteat
Dr. i\?teat will preach at tb? First
innilut church Sunday morning, the
iUujeo? Of hi? ai'niou thwru uciii?
.Tho Christian Program."
To Mark lie under j Une.
WASHINGTON. Feb. ?5.-Appolnt
aent ot W, D. Hale and D. D. Burna
)f Tennessee, and Joseph Hyde Pratt,
it Chapel Hill. N, C? aa commission
ers to mark permanently Ahe boab
lary line hetween North Carolina and
tenncsso* in accordance with the su
preme court decree- of November ?
probably will be announced next Mon.
lay by the supreme court.
FOLEY KIDNEY fBIS
?Ut SACHA?MS AiQsK?? ?a? CLA?OM >
mr COLLECTOR
WILL BE HERE TODAY
WILL ASSIST CORPORATIONS
AND INDIVIDUALS IN MAK
ING REVENUE RETURNS
MUST BE MADE
BY MONDAY NIGHT
Those Having Incomes of $3,000
Most Make Returns Whether
Married or Single
. Deputy Collecte.!' S. F. Perrott,, o?
Columbia, will be in Anderson tbrd?gti
today, for the purpose of assisting
those corporations and individuals hot
yet having made their returns to the
collector of Internal ' revenue. Mr.
Parrott desires to call special atten
tion to those corporations paying
ralnries in excess of fS.OOO, to the fact
that tho law requires such corpora
tions ! to ' withhold one per' .cent on
such salarte* unless exemptions
claim has been fited with them. The
return of withholding agent most be
In the hands of the collector by Mon
day night of next week, or penslty
will attach. A call lett at the Chlquo
la hotel for M- Parrott will have his
attention.
All returns must be In the hands
of the collector. Hon. D. C. Hayward.
Columbia, S. C., by Monday night,
March 1st. Individuals having an in
come of $3,000 must make returns
whether married or single. There is
an exemption of $4,000 for a married
perron, but this exemption does not
excuse them from making said re
turns. An income ?of $3.000 means a
combined Income of husband and
Iso yralla attention to
the ' provisions of tho Harrison act,
which provides for enrollment
the e^lletftor of Internal revenue be
t^.. jtt.?>." rr*vc ~?._tl~~ A*.
lum mvutm/i A o mptttivo tu ?II pu J -
clans, veterinarians, dentists . and
druggists._ Any physician, or d uggist
who is not enrolled will len\!e ulmsolf
liable to a severe penslty it hs has
In his possession on Monday any ol
the drags coming under this act. AU
those enrolled are'required on Monday
to take an Inventory of the stock they
have on hand and by the fit h ot the
month make oath to euch inventory,
and keep lt on file. All prescriptions
filled by the druggist must he kept
on file tor a period of two years. The
object ot these provisions is to stop
vs? rtv,; ut imbii-formieg drugs, sotvh
as npu'in, cocoa leaves and any ol
their sorts or derivatives.
The American Fertilizing Company
of Norfolk, Va.
Offers their goods to the trade who want the best.
One Anderson County farmer who used our
goods last year made a bale and a half of cotton per
acre.
We make a great line of goods, among them
9.17--2-2
'< 8J-2-1?
8- 24-1
9- 2j-1
10- 2-2
10-^2-3
8-3-3
f ' 8-4-4
V 7-5-5*
v 7-10r-2j
16 per cent.
10-2
IK ' 8-4 -
10-4
10-5
12-5
Ask your dealer for these goods.
ID. $. Vandiver
Salesman.
PRICES GREATLY REDUCED ON
TIRE WLC?MZING
Best of work at greatly T?duced prices.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Also Goodrich
and Goodyear Tires and Accessories.
FREE Air any time. 4 .
Temp?etos's Vuicaaiziag Works
No, 108 R McDume St.

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