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EASTER Morning will be the properly corseted ones. Thc new curve at the waist-line must be 'just so?'-neither too slight or too pronounced, nor too hij;h or too low! The expert designers of Frolaset Front Laced Corset? foresaw this change and the accuracy with which they have embodied it in the new Models we're showing enables us to tit all types of tigures and insures your x being PROPERLY CORSETED! Splendid values at . $3.50 $5.00 $7.50 Mrs. B. Graves Boyd Agent McCall Patterns MANY ? man had figured it out that getting exactly the right kind of a HAT was an acci dent, until HE came in here at STETSON'S and CROFUT & KNAPP'S headquarters and for once in his life found hat stocks that show ed a sense of quality, fitriess'and correct style. You can get your choice of all the new models, any time now, in Soft Hats, Stiff Hats, they're all here. TL.CELY CO. Order by P. Post. Telephone 666 *' .?. -, - Files are disease carriers Live and breed in all kinds of filth Infect food and, drink by cern? laden feet Each female can lay 150 eggs Screens should bo used to keep them out The Continente* Line of SCREEN GOODS Represent the nest designs, material and con struction that years of intelligent experience h a v?p?feloped. These goods are bought by us in solid car lots, INSURING their reaching us in best possible condition. Come and select your design before our assortment is badly broken. , GOODS AND PRICES RIGHT. Sullivan Hardware Co. Anderson, S: C. * belton, S. C. : .."???fi.-T"' - E. T. ?ofllso?. E. T. Tolllson of Bolton was a vle ,.tor in thc city yesteriay. He won in his lights and is hack on the board registration and has collected, pay two years, At Flat Bock. Preaching and the ordination of revs ral deacons will he had. at Fiat Hock church next Sunday. April IV. Several speakers will >e heard on Reportj LOCAL QI'OTATIONS Cram and Seeds. Kar com, per bushel_90c to $1.00 Mixed peas.$1.50 to $1.60 Cane seed, per bushel.$1.2'? Soy beans, per bushel.$2.50 California black ?-y?- peas, per bushel.$2.75 to $".'.00 Dwarf Ess<*x Hape, per pound. ..J3c Heed Colton. Cleveland, per bushel.. ..T'c to $1.01 Cooks, per bushel .. ..$1.0 to 91.29 Toole, per bushel.7.'?c to $1.00 Mitchells Proline, per bushel.. $t.;,o Texas Riordan, per bu. $1.00 to $1.25 Culpepper, per bushel.$1.00 Poultry. Hens, each.35c to 50c Friers, each.30c to 45c Fresh Meats. Porkers dressed, per lb. 12c to 12 1-2c Hogs dressed, per lb.Ile Mutton dressed, per lb. 10c to ll l-2c Live Stock, Beet cattle, per lb.4 to 4 1-2c Veal calf, per lb.4 to 5 i-2c Hogs, per lb.8 to Oe 8heep, per lb.4 1-2 to 5 l-:?c Provisions Country hams, per lb. 15c to 17 l-2c Eggs, per dot.. . .'..17 1-2? Butter, per lb.20 to 25c Sweet potatoes, per bu. . .$1.00 to $1.10 TurnlpB, per bu.GOc to 85o Turnip Greens, per bu... 00c to 75" Spring onions, per bunch 3c to 3 l-2c COTTON Local cotton.9c New York Market. Open high low close May.9.78 9.80 9.72 9.77 [July.10.12 10.12 10.00 10.00 October.10.44 10.45 10.38 10.43 December .. ..10.65 10.68 10.56 10.G4 Spots 9.90. No Liverpool, holiday. NEW YORK. April 5.-On reports nf moro favorable weather in the south, followed by some scattering li quidation, thc cotton market auld 2 to 7 points net lower at the opening today. With Liverpool still closed, business is chiefly local. leading spot interests were buyers to early crop deliveries on the decline anil the market later rallied, but general business continued quiet, prices eas ed nfl 2 to 3 points shortly after mid day. Chicago (?ruin. WHEAT-open. 1. 64 1-2. July 1. 28 1-4. September 1.10 5-S. COHN-May, open 73 1-2. July, open 75 3-4. OATS-May. open 73 1-3" July, open 64. Death of Mrs. Sarah Stark. Mrs. Sarah StackB, wife ot the late W. T. Stacks died at the home of her son, Mr. O. F. Stacks, in Iva, Thurs day, March 25th, ut two o'clock, and was burled tho following day at Cross Roads church where she had been u member for a number of years. Thc funeral services were conducted by Rev. Singleton of Starr. Mrs. Stacks was 7.7 years of agc. She was ill Only a few days with pneu monia and during that time waa a great sufferer. She bore her suffer ing with patience and Christian for titude. She was a lady of most lova ble disposition and was loved by all who kuew her. - She ls survived by three daughters and two sons: Mrs. J. W. Moore, of Starr, Mrs. Jas. B. McCoy of Belton, Miss Mamie Stacks; Mr. O. F. Stacks of Iva, and Mr. W. T. Stacks or Bel ton. The bereaved family have the sym pathy of- the entire community. One Who Loved Her. In Memory of Our Dear Mother. Such beautiful, beautiful hands! They're neither white nor small; And you. I know, would scarcely think That they wjVc fair at all. I've looked on hands whose form and hue. A sculptor's dream might be Yet are these aged, wrinkled hands Most beautiful to mo. Such beautiful, beautiful hands! Though heart were weary or sad. These patient hands kept tolling on That children might be glad. I almost weep aa looking back To childhood's distant day I think how these hands rested not When mine were at th?lr play . But ob! beyond the shadow-land Where all ls bright and fair, I know full well these dear old hands WU! palms ot victory bear. - Where crystal streams through end less time, Plow over golden sands. And vrhen the old. grow young again, 1*11 clasp my mother's hands. MRS. JAS. B. McCOY. Faid That There Wa? Ne Cure for Kim. "After suffering for over twenty rears with indigestion and having tonto ot the best doctors here tell me lhere was no core for me, I think lt waly right to tell yo? fdr the sake cf ?ther suoersvs aa well as your own latisfactloo that a 25 cent bottle of Chamberlain's Tablets not only re lieved me but cured me within two months although I am a man of ?5 rears,'* writes Jul. Qrobten, Houston, rexes. Obtainable everywhere. ************* 4M * ELECTRIC CIT1 * _ * Items of Interest ?nd Persona * Wireless OD the Sb ************* *4 No Meeting of Council Tonight. The regular monthly meeting ot city council scheduled for tonight will be postponed, according to au announce ment yesterday bv Mayor J. II. God froy., The fact that several of the ald rem^n have engagements for tonight wlilcli cuunoi be well broken ls re sponsibly for thc meeting being called r.ff tonight. -o Kuall Fire (Mi Monday. Fire yesterday morning about 11 o'clock dumaged the roof of a dwel ling. No. 4 ^'^ West Market street, oc cupied by Capt. Ii. ri. Murray, track foreman of th.^ Charleston & Western Carolina Railway The hr.iue belongs Lo the Humphreys estate. An estimule of the damage to the house coal J not be obtained, but it probably will not run over $1<'0. Thc household effects of Capt. Murray were damaged to thc extent of abou*. $7."i with no insurance. goodly Snm For Missions. # MUsion Day at Mount Tabor church last Sundav resulted in tho sum of $200 being raised for the cause. The principal address of tho occasion was made by T. O. Lawton, a well known Baptist layman of Greenville. -o ("Ivie Association Will Meet Today. An Important meeting of the Civic Association will he held at I o'clock thU afternoon at Hr te Cbiquola. Every member of the organization is urged to attend this meeting, as busi ness matters of Importance will he considered. -o Totten ReceJnts Are SHH Off. Receipts of colton up to last Sat urday n.,',ht at tho local platform of the Standard Warehouse company were ia.041 bales. Receipts for thc corresponding period of last year were 21,371, a difference in favor of the previous year of 2,330. Meeting Grain Elevator Men. A short meeting of persons inter ested in the Carolina.Grain and Eleva tor company was held yesterday norning at thc chamber of commerce Dooks of subscription to the capita' jtock of the company were opener" ind plans for auother meeting mode Stockholders will meet on Friday o: Saturday and elect officers fer the ?ompnny. PURELY P J. Walter Handers of Pendleton was i visitor In the city yesterday. He is ecretary of thc Pendleton Manufac uring Company and holds .a similar >ositlon . with the Anderson County School Trustees Association. Mr. landers ls loyal to the schools cf thc ounty and never misses a meeting if the county trustees, being in his j dace at the meeting of the associa lon yesterday as usual. He is one of he well known "Sanders boys" of, anderson. Webb von Hasseln, an old Anderson 1 oy, ls here on a visit to his mother, < Irs. J. H. Hasseln. He is leader of the rchestra at Tampa Bay Hotel, Tam-j a, Fla?, and is here to recuperate rom un attack of la grippe. |1 T. C. Jackson, Sr., of Iva was among [ tie business visitors in the city: yes erday. He is president of the Jack- t on Mills, of Iva, one ot the prettiest t nd most successful plants of the kind f i this part of the country. . 1 - I I*] - . ? D. J. Watson,.a cadet of Clemson', ollegc. haa returned to his duties af-1 jr spending the week end with his ' aron ts. Hon. and Mrs. J. Belton Wat- ; , an, at their home north of Anderson.'j Misses Sue and Julia Maxwell have ' eturned to Walhalla after a very lsasant visit to Anderson. B. T. Kay or thc Neals Creek sec-|* lon. a well known ? and successful inner, was a visitor in the city yes srday. ;< J. L. Cochran, a well known farmer ?1 f tho county, was a visitor in the city. I eaterday. He ts running the old Mil- !i .r farm for Lee G. Holleman. E. N. Sullivan or Portman Shoals > boals wis in the city yesterday fori' short while on business. Ho ls ono f the employees of the Terathera Pub- ] lc Utilities company at their Pon ?an hydro-electric plant W. B?. Cbamblce ot Starr was among tic visitors lu the etty yesterday. ? Prof. Brown of the Porter Military cadsmy. of Charleston, was s visitor i the city yesterday. He waa hero ' i tho interests of a. hays' camp to be. I etd at Hendersonvlllo, N. C.. this Ummer- _ ll J? I? Elgla of tho Neala Crook sec- ? lon was In the city yesterday for t\ix hort while. ? i JL M. Broyles of tho Town vi Ho sec-M on waa a visitor tn the city yester-j ay. Ha waa a member of tho latei unented county highway commis-1' lon. h Prank Cnnnlagbasa, an old^Ander-j on boy who has lived in Oreenv?:?i; >r the past several years, waa a vis- 3 or In the city yesterday, the guest} t his mother. Lawrence Essen, mayor of the town i < ( SPARKLETS . _ * ] Mention Caught Over th? * reels of Anderson ? Sehyt Flare Sold Monday. A syndicate composed of T. 8. Cray ton, M. \\\ Bloa-i and John W. Lin ley yesterday sold to IA L. Robinson the Scybt placo and 28 acres of land, | across Rocky Ri\vr, east of the city. The Robinson home on South Mc Duple street was aoiuircd by the syn dicate in the deal. Thc consideration, it I* understood, was in the neighbor hood of $ir>.000. It is understood that Mr. Robinson expects tn move into his new heme in the near future. Thc dwelling on thia plAce is one of the handsomest in t*:c county. Paving Contractor Arrives in City. * Representing the We<t Construction company, of Chattanooga, Frank M. Whit held, of Atlanta, arrived in thc city yesterday in the interests of his j company. It IB probable that he will submit a bid when the commission is | ready*to let the contract for paving in the city of Anderson. SpeciflcailoBg For Paving Completed. I'.'sklent Engineer for the paving commission, Wade Sanders has com pleted plans and specifications for the I street paving to be done in Anderdon j and has forwarded the ?ame to Con sulting Engineer GilVrt C. White, ol Charlotte. They will be placed in thc hands of thc printers immediately and soon after that will be distributed among contractors. o Will Tabulate Returns Today. The election commis..?oilers. C. E. Tol?y. W. A. Hudgcns and Casper Ragsdale, will meet today in the coun ty courthouse and tabulate the re. turns cast in Cae election March 30 j on the question of issuing $730,000 for permanent highways in Ander jon County o Wili Investigate City Council tattier. Mayo- J. H. Godfrey stated yester day that in Justice to all members of council, ho will call a special meet ing of the city fathers for the pur pose cf making a full and complete investigation of the charges recent made,In connection with tho letting of thp contract hut Tuesday night for he erection of a city barn. The in vestigation, he .-.tated, will be con ducted according tn law, and after due noiice'lias been given all parties con cerned. ERSONAL at Pendleton for the past several years, was a visitor in the city yes terday. Mr. Eskew is a brother of Joe Eskew, of Ute Prospect section of the County, and of the late lamented John Eskew. J. E. Shrine of Greenville was a business visitor in the city yesterday He conducts one of the largest en gineering businesses in the Southern I States. George W. Sullivun of Willlamston, j fermer State senator from Anderson I county ,was among the visitors in the :lty yesterday. Thon. H. Pope of Greenville, a well cnown traveling, mah spent yester lay in the city on business. Hebert ?. Webb has been confined o his home on West Market street for he put several days with a rather leyere attack ot la grippe. He Ia a partner of Webb & Webb, well known trocera of West Whitner street Mr. IVebb was somewhat improved yes erday. W. H. Taber, Traveling Passenger Vgent of the Southern Railway, with i teadquarters in Greenville, was In the j ?tty yesterday for a short white. Prof. D. W. Watkins of Clemson College, waa tn the city yesterday or a short while. He has charge of] he dalry work at thia Institution. E. B. E. Snipes, who lives Just went >f the city, was in the city yesterday or a short while. He is one of the >cst truck tannera in Ute county as sell at a good all round farmer.. John I). Cade of Mount Carmel who ts ia the cotton oil mill business, sss a visitor In the city yesterday. I*. 0. Robinson of the An treville ; section of the county was among the ! risitprs in the city yesterday, 0. t. Blackwell of Due West was iraong the buslneaa visitors in the ??ty yesterday. L, E. C ampbell of tho Eureka. aec-1 .lon of the county was a visitor fa;, he city yesterday. John Uwe, of Tufts and Lowe, con ; rectors who built the new passenger station ot the Dlue Ridge Railway, rae a visitor In the city Sunday. Ho s now stationed at epartahburg, ! where he hsa a contract for work for he Southern Hallway. T. T. Wakefield of the Lebanofi see on was in the. city yesterday tor a dtort while on business. W. H. Doblas of the Town ville aec :on of the county, waa ia the city re? te rd ay on business. J. 0. MrPaai?, well known farmer ot I iva. waa a visitor In the city.yeater-i lay. The Anderson Today i THE GREEN CAT Vitagraph. A laughable comedy ; one that will please the children. THE WINTHROP DIAMONDS j Lubin. An excellent detective story featuring ORMI HAWLEY end EDGAR JONES. HELEN'S ESCAPE Kalem. This is one of the Helen Holmes' railroad stories, lt is great. WILLIAM'S OPPORTUNITY Edison. C e of William Wadirfgton's serial stories. See this and you will not miss the others. Coming ^Wednesday LOST IN MID OCEAN Vitagraph. This is a spectular production. You see a ship sink before your very eyes, lt is a very much on the order of "My Official Wife" and "Vitagraph 413.""The same cast takes the promi nent parts. Coming Friday ALI AS JIMMY VALENTINE in five parts. This picture opened the Hippodrome in New City. It is considered to be a sensation. Robert Warwick has the leading role. '*. , ; HAVE YOI HEARD OUR EXCELLENT ORCHESTRA? IT CANN OT BE COMPARED WITH IN ANDERSON Admission S and 10 cents. WHICH DO YOU PREFER-2 little Fire exits or 10 bi? Fire Exits, "Low Cuts" Are Here "Low Cuts" are here from "A" to "Z". The most beautiful line ever shown in the city and the prices are right. Women's. .. . .S2 to $5. Men's. . .. '.$2 to $6.50 Geisherg Bros. Chisholm, Trowbridge & Suggs DENTISTS New Theatre Building. W. Whitner St. tv Mr F By. the ; Clock Whoa it ia midnight in Kew York it is ll o'clock in Chicago, 10 o'clock in Denver, 9 o'clock ta San Francisco, 5 A. M. the next morning in London and 1 P. H. the day before in Manila. By Western Union it ip WOW. There's a Western Union Servies ts meet awry need, Soli iaformsUoa gladly gton at say ettca. THE WESTERN UHfON TELEGRAPH CO.