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The Two Bankrupt Stocks of A. W. BAILEY CO., will go
on Sale Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock, at
the store on the square.
The Curtain at "The Anderson" Raises tonight at 8.15
The Fountain Stock Qompany
Don't Miss It, It Is a Great Comedy
Prices 10-20-30c. All Seats Reserved
WILL BE HELD FRIDAY NIGHT
IN COURT HOUSE AT
S?tate Health Officer Dr. J. Adam
Hayne and Dr. E. A. Hines
To Deliver Addresses. .
Indications point to a large attend
tnee of cltlsene at the mauB meeting
[?morrow night at 8 o'clock in the
county courthouse, which will be in
the nature of a get-together confer
ence apropos of cle<<o-up and paint i
week, to be observed throughout
te city beginning Monday morning
prll 19 and ending Saturday night
ie 24th Inst, Two good speakers are
tthe program for the meeting, one
lng Dr. 3. Adam Hayne, of Columbia,
Ioreary of the State board of health,
td the other Dr. E. A. Hines, peo
?tary of the State board of health und
perintendent of the Anderson t'oun
Dr. W. Prank Ashmore, chairman of '
i OR DAM,
I Men! Hare's the quick
est, Marett dandruff core
t Thin, brittle, colorless end scrsggr
hair , ls mute evidence of a neglected
peal p. of dandruff-that awful sc art.
; There ls nothing so destructive to
ee hair as dandruff. It robs .the bair
tts lustre, its strength and Its very
Ute;, eventually -producing, a. feverish -
hess and itching ot the scalp, which
if not remedied c?uaes the hair roots
to afrriag, loosen snd die-then tho
thc local board of health and head
of the general committee in charge
of thc clear-up and paint-up week
campaign, yesterday received a letter
from Dr. Flay no stating that he ac
cepted with pleasure the invitation to
address the people of Anderson on the
eve of the campaign and would ar
rive here Friday noon for that pur
pose. Dr. Haines haB already con
sented to speak, so there ls no doubt
about either one of the speakers not
being able to fulfill his engagement.
Dr. Hayne will speak on the subject
"sanitation," while Dr. Hines will talk
on "The Duty of the Citizen of the
Modern Crusade Against Disease."
Various schemes for advertising the
mass meeting Friday night were de
cided upon yesterday afternoon at a
meeting of the general committee held
nt the chamber of commerce, lt was
decided to have printed some 1.500
postal cards for malling out tn house
keepers generally calling their at .
tetiticn to clean-up and palnt-up week,
['emmit-. *es were appointed to rennest
Hie .nanagement of the local telephone
plant to have "central" call up all
sn hse ri he rs some time next Friday
nnd remind them of the mass meeting
at tho court house that evening. A
committee was appointed to see the
managers of the various motion pic
ture theatres and request them to
announce , on their screens that the
mass meeting would be held Friday
m CENT DAUNE
hair falls out fast. A little Danderlne!
tonight.-now-any time-will surely
save your hair.
Qet a 25 cent bottle of Knowlton's
Danderlne from any drug store or
toilet counter, and sitar the first ap
plication your hair will take on that
life, lustre and luxuriance which is
so beautiful. It will become wavy and
Huffy and have the appear
ance of abundance; an Incomparable
gloss and softness, but what will
please you most will be after Just a
raw week's usa, when you will actual
ly see a lot ot fine, downy hair-new
hair-growing all over the scalp.
evening at the court house.
Meetings of the various ward com
mittees have been held und plans laid
for helling owners of all premises in
the respective wards to clean-up their
places during the week of April 19--4.
Reports state that enthusiasm In Ihn
respective wards ls at a high pitch
regartMnir clean-up and paint-up week
and that there ls great rivalry be
tween the respective ward committees
us to which one will have the cleanest
ward when the campaign ls ended.
i Personal ii
Sam Anderson, secretary of the |
Jackson .Mill, of Iva. was In the city <
A. V. I ia rn CH, g. well known mer
chant of Lowndesvllle. was n the city
Henry Moseley, cashier of the bank
at Lowndesvllle, was in the city yes
Br. J. E. Algcod. a prominent phy
sician of Liberty, wa? In the city
A. B. Boyce, who ls connected with
hie Southern Railway, was In the city
Mrs. Alice Wright of Seneca was in
the city yesterday en route to Sum
Mrs. Mary Clark of Belton was In
the city yesterday.
J. E. Horton of Belton wes among
the visitors In the city yesterday.
Mrs. Q. P. Pettigrew, Prank Petti
grew, Mid Misses Una and Annie Pet
tigrew, of Starr, were In tho city
Rev. J. L. Singleton of Starr was
In the city yesterday. .
Mrs. H. A. Teasl> and Mrs. J. H.
Oliver, of Augusta, Qa., have been
visiting their sister. Mrs: A. S.
Stephens, on South Main ?tree*.
Miss Lillie Maud Platt, of AugUstu,
Ga., has returned home after visiting
Miss Sarah Frances Stephens, on
ftcuth Main street. _
GENERAL COMMITTEE PAVES
THE WAY FOR GENERAL
Various Schemes For Interesting
ihe General Public in die
Work Are Discussed.
To lav further plans for clean-up
and paint-up week, which will he ob
served here April 1D-24 Inclusive, a
meeting of the general committee was
held yejterday afternoon at the
chamber of commerce.
By a fortunate coincidence, Mr.
George C. Kelnfrank, the 28-day ad
vance man nf the Redpath Chautau
qua Bureau wa.. in j he chamber of
commerce rooms at the tlnn> the com
mittee met and favored the committee
with a highly Interesting and instruc
tive talk on landscape gurdening and
other "city beautiful" work. Mr.
Hheinfrank lins devoted a great deal
of study to theBo subjects and has
done a great deal of landscape gar
dening about his own country home in
the suburbs of Chicago. He gave the
committee some very helpful sugges
tions with reference to landscape
gardening and city beautiful work
and how they should go about stlmu
I tating public interest in such a pro
'poganda. . U--\~ ..,...
1 Clean People's Property.
The committee discussed the con
dition of a number of lots about the
city, especially those close to tho
square, and a resolution was-adopted
requesting the city health officer' to
require property owners! within a
radius cf-, three blocks of the Bquarc
to give their premises a thorough
cleaning, and that id' case they re
fused to comply with'the request, the
health officer have the lots cleaned
A number of other matters pertain
ing to clean up week were discuss
ed, and particularly methods of ad
vertising the event and getting the
cooperation of the people generally,
lt was decided to have printed some
1,500 postal cards for mailing to
housekeepers calling their attention
to the clean up week. It was decided
to request the management of thc
local telephone company to have the
operators call up all subscribers on
Friday and notify them of tho mass
meeting which will be held at the
court house Friday night ai 8 o'clock,
when speeches apropos of the clean
up campaign will be by State Health
Officer J. Adam Hayne'and Dr. E. A.
Hines, superintendent of the Ander
son County Hospital. The'committee
further decided to call on the man
agers of the local motion picture
theatres to show slides on their
screens advertising the meeting for
Friday night in the court house.
DR. J. E. WATSON
Office In Ligen ft Lcd better Building.
North Main Street,
Office Phone 210.
. Residen ea Phone S86. ?.
C. GADSDEN SAYRE
405-406 Bleckloy Building
Anderson? S. C. '.
HAS FINE STIW
ON 100 ACRES LAND
FRANK RHODY HAS ONE OF
PRETTIEST CROPS TO BE .
SEEN NEAR CITY
If Weather Remains Favorable
Last of the Week Will See
Much Cotton in Ground.
That corn in coming np rapidly al
ready and a large portion of the cot
ton to be planted In this county will
bc in. the ground by the end of the
week, provided the weather , remains
favorable, is the information brought
to the city yesterday by a well known
farmer of the county.
One of the prettiest stands of corn
to be seen close to the city of An
derson Is that on the farm of Frank
J. Rhody. He has something like 100
acres of corn already up, 80 acres of
.this being in one field. Mr. Rhody
stated yesterday that lie will be
through with planting cotton by Fri
day, provided the weather conditions
remain favorable. Speaking of crops
in general. Mr. Rhody stated that he
had a splendid stand of beans in his
garden, andi that unless the i^os.t
nipped tho plants he expected to be
eating beans in a few weeks.
Reports from all sections of the
I county ore to the effect that farm
work ls going forward with a rush
Just now. One does not have to go to
the country tr. ob?erv0 that, however,
for he coo tell by th? absence of
farmers and people of the country
generally from the city that some
thing quite interesting is going on in
the country, and he surmises that it
ls farm work. *?
Ladies! Look Young:
Darken Gray Hair
Use the Old-time Sage Tea and
Sulphur and Nobody
Gray hair, however handsome, de
notes advancing age. We all know
the advantages of a youthful .appear
ance. Your hair ls your charm. It
makes or toare the face. ' When lt
fades, turns gray and looks dry,
wispy and scraggly, just a few ap
plications of Sage Tea and Sulphur
enhances its appearance a hundred
Don't stay gray! Look young!
Either prepare the tonic at home or
get from any drug store a 50 cent
battle of "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur
Compound." Thousands of folks rec
ommend this ready--Co-uSe preparation,
because lt darkens thc hair beautifully
and removes ' dandruff, stope - scalp
Itching and falling hair; besides, no
one can possibly toll, as it darkens
I so naturally and evenly. You moisten
a eponge or soft brush with it. draw
; lng thia through the hair, taking one
small strand at a time. By morning
the gray hair disappears; after an
other application or two, Us Uitural
color ls restored and lt becomes thick,
.glossy - and lustrous, and you appear
yearB younger. _- _
Economical trading used to be a PRIVILEGE, now
it's a NECESSITY. To take advantage of every
opportunity in all our purchases is vitally necessary
this year. FRIDAY and SATURDAY will afford
you a golden opportunity to SAVE MONEY on your
Summer Shoe purchases.
CHILDREN'S OXFORDS, patent leather, sises 8 to
2, just a few pairs left, sold for $1.25. AA
These go Friday and Saturday for-*/UC
15 PAIRS KEWPIES LEFT, These have the new
heel and swell colonial patent and dull-the kind
that's worth $3.50, but Friday and ti?*) OC?
Saturday they go at.?J>sS?*70
WELT OXFORDS FOR MEN. Tan, calf and gun
metal, high raised toe, with medium heel, worth
$3.50, Friday and Satur- $3 00
WHITE CANVAS OXFORDS FOR LADIES with
red rubber soles, the cool delightful kind. The
hit of the season. Friday and 4a 1 EstYY
Saturday .. ?J> !
SILK HOSE. Tlie best value ever offered, pure
silk, but slightly imperfect. : They sold like wild
fire last Saturday, and they 'will do the 1 Q;_
same. Friday mud Saturday.JL eXC
TENNIS OXFORDS, good clean merchandise,
whites and blacks Friday and Sat-* CftV*
WHHFTE CANVAS PUMPS FOR LADIES, leather
soles, and Cuban heels, Mary Janes, too. The
kind that keep their shape and are easily cleaned.
Friday and Saturday $\ 50
"BABY DOLLS" FOR LADIES. Another ship
ment of those patent "Baby Dolls" one inch heel
and "Cracker-Jack" toe ou sale tf?1 Qfc*
Friday and Saturday ,t.' ?P 1 .
Other bargains too. Yo? will profit if you visit this
store Friday and Saturday [ as y cu will every other
day in the year.
<4Shoe? That Satbfr"
.Under Masonic Temple.