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You can buy a bottlo of Dr. Hilton's
Life For Tho Liver and Kidneys No.
2, and cleanse your system from all
impurities of your body, and save
lots of sickness and lost time. Price
26 and 60 cents.
For sale by all druggists.
Drlstrlbutod by Murray Drug Co.;
Columbia. S. C.
for the June Bride
We have a very large assort
ment of everything pretty, and
serviceable that you would expect
to find^ at a first class jewelers,
suitable for wedding presents.
Drop in and let us show them
to you. lt will afford us great
pleasure, whether you purchase
The Cash Jeweler
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(Successors to O. P. Fowler)
Fresh Home Killed Meats,
Fresh Fish, Dresed Poul
try? tend Country
Rouda ?nd Dobbins are tho.
s Two Heat Cutters; both are ex
? perlenced butchers, and know
their buainess well.
Tender, Juicy and Nutritious
Meats, killed and handled In the
Most Improved Sanitary meth
ods will insure the best of
We havo secured the ser
vices of B. L. Rouda, formerly
with Mr. W. A. Powers; and
. Mr. Rouda wishes to announce
to his friends that he will bo
. sled to welcome them at the
" Sanitary Market.
Cor. Whttncr ft McDuffle
-Last evening we received a
shipment of fine fish, including
the following: Shad, Red Fin,
Crokers, Butter Fish, Black Fish,
Salmon Trout, Sheephead, Span
ish Mackerel, Red Snapper, Pom
pano, Shrimp, and Whiting.
fish Dressed Free of Charge, and De
C. F. POWER & SON
Cor. Benson and McDuffle
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j; OPEN NOSTRILS! cND :
A COLD OR CATARRH :
I Hew Ta Cet Relief When Head \
and Hose ere Stuffed Up.
"ount fifty! Your cold In head or
catarrh disappears. Yonr clogged nos
tril? will open, the air passages of
year head will clear and yon caa
breathe freely. No more snufflinr.
hawking, mucous discharge, dryness
or headache; no struggling for breath
|HBff ? small bot ile of Ely's Cream
Bairn from your druggist end apply s
little of this fragrant anUseptic cream
In yoar nostrils. It penetrates through
every air passage of the head, sooth
ing and healing the swollen or in
flamed membrane, giving ?you instant
r lief. Head colds and catarrh yield
like magic Don't stay stuffed up
ead miserable, Belief )* sure.
FROM CONTINGENT FUND
FOR SPECIALLY NEEDY
FELTON IS ACTIVE!
County Superintendent of Educa- j
Hon Procures Nice Slice of
Revenue for Anderson.
Through the Instrumentality of
county Superintendent <>f Education
J. ll. Kelton, the uum of $3,021 has
bc*n secured for several specially
needy schools In tin- county of An
derson. Tills money is ser tired from
tlie contingent fund for specially
needy schools provided for In Sec
tion 1. Item 0 of the appropriation of
The money has been forwarded to
the treasurer of Anderson county,
and will he paid out hy him upon the
ord<r of the county superintendent
The schools districts, the number
of each and the amount of money
each one will receive are as follows:
WeBt Pf izer.S
Thrco and Twenty .. . .112
l,ong Branch... ... ..33
Oak Grove School (Flat
P-Dck District) .. ..38
THE WEARY WAY
Baily Becoming ?/v fifi Wearisome to
Many In Anderson.
With a back that aches all day.
With rest disturbed at night,
Annoying urinary disorders,
Tis a weary way, indeed.
Doau'8 Kidney Pills are especially
for kidney trouble.
Are endorsed by Anderson citizens.
Mrs. M. E. Hanks. 67 E. River St..
Anderson, says: "Exertion weakened
my kidneys and brought on a steady,
dun Qatn In the small of my back.
When I was sweeping, sharp twinges
soiled me. My kidneys acted too
freely and the kidney secretions dis
tressed me. I felt tired and languid
and often my feet swelled so badly
that I could hardly got my shoes on.
After suffering about two months, I
read of Doan's Kidney Pills and got
some at Evans* Pharmacy. They
made me feel better in a couple of
dayn and one box Axed mo up In fine
Price 50c, at ell dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy-get
Doan's Kidney Pills-tho same that
Mrs. Hanks had. Foster-Mllburn
Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
Uric Acid in Meat
Clogs the Kidneys
Take a Glass of Salts if Your
Back Hurts or Bladder
If you must have your meat every
doy, eat it, but flush your kidneys
with sals occasionally, says a notod
authority who tells us that meat
forms uric acid which aimost paraly
ses the kidneys In their efforts to ex-'
pel it from the blood. They become
sluggish and weaken, then you suffer
with a dull misery in the kidney re
gion, sharp patna in the back or sick
headache, dizslness, your stomach
sours, tonguo ls coated and when thc
weather ta bad you have rheumatic
twinges. The urine gets cloudy, full
of sediment, the channels often get
sore and irritated, obliging yon to
seek relief two or three times during
To neutralise these Irritating acids,
to cleanse the kidneys and flush off
the body's urinons waste get four
ouuees ot Jad Salts from any phar
macy hare; take a tablespoonful In
a e'.aaa of water before breakfast for
a' few days and your kidneys will then
act flue. This famous salts ls made
from the acid of grapes and lemon
Juice, corni ned with, Uthla, and hss
been used for generations tc flush and
stimulate sluggish kidneys, also to
neutralise the acids In urine, so lt
no longer Irritates, thus ending blad
Jad Salts is inexpensive; csa not
Injure, and makes a delightful effer
vescent Uthla-water ?Link
ois of County
CONTEST LAST NIGHT
NELLIE WILLIAMSON, BELTON
AND HERBERT HAMMOND,
Gathered Despite the Rain and
Thoroughly Enjoyed the In
Despite the Inclemency of thc
weather, a large crowd of people from
linne;' Path, WillianiBton, Anderson
und Melton gathered at the opera
house i ri Helton last night for the fifth
meeting of the O'Neal Oratorical As
This contest was postponed from
last Friday when the bad weather
made lt undesirable to hold the con
test. The contest was a close one.
and the spirit of rivalry among the
schools; was manifested in the cheer
ing of each school as Its candidate
took the stand.
The winners of the contest were:
Girls. First Prize-Miss Nellie Wil
liamson, representing the Belton High
School. Her subject was "Thc lilack
Horse and His Rider."
Girls, Second Prize-M?BS Llewlec
French, representing Honea Path
High School. Her subject was,
Hoys, First Prize-Herbert Ham
mond, representing Williattiston High
School. His subject was, "Cassius to
Hoys. Second Prize-Eugene Moore,
representing thc Anderson High
School, lils subject was, "The Folly
Judges of the oratorical contest
were: Rev. Robert G. Lee, of Green
ville, C. T. (Jause, F.-. C. Montgomery,
and II. C. Husch, all of Atlanta. Ga.
The medals were delivered by Rev.
Lee, who made a very appropriate
little talk before awarding the
All baseball and basket hall gnmes
were called off on account of the bad
weather. This ia the first of these
contests that has ever been held with
out having the baseball and basket
ball games fought out by tho schools
before the contest, which ls held at
Tbc Jitneys Are Coming.
In tho .May American Magazine
Hugh S. Fullerton writes an exceed
ingly interesting little fact article en
titled, "The Jitneys Are Coming."
Following is a brief extract:
"Today Jitney busses are running
In almost every large city in the
West and Central West, and lines are
being started everywhere. The lat
est reports indicate Mi.it thero arc
between 8,000 and O.Oou licensed Jit
neys operating in these cities. There
am 200 in Los Angeles alone, nearly
BOO In San Francisco, New Orleans
ls in the hands of the Jits-Denver,
Washington, Salt Lake, Milwaukee.
Toledo, and nok Chicago and Wash
ington. The conquering hosts of
Jitney busses, have swept eastward,
overwhelming the entire country and.
incidentally, bringing with them new
municipal problems that may prove
as hard to solvo as wero the old ones.
"The two big problems are conges
tion of streets and danger of injury.
In Kansas City the traffic police and
others declare that the Jitneys do not
congest traffic as much as street cars
do, and arc easier to handle. Los An
geles already is complaining of con
gestion of the main x down-town
streets and danger to pedestrians and
"It is evident that before the Jit
neys are received as an established
public service factor some liability in
surance must be arranged. The Jit
neys are operated chiefly by persons
of small means, and the danger of
personal Injury of passengers Is to be
considered. The street car companies
declare the proportion of pasrengers
injured will be larger than in any
other form of transportation, and
that it will be practically impossible
for injured passengers to recover
Ca? There F.ver Be Too Many Apples 1
In tho current issue of Farm and
Fireside a contributor, writing about
the apple market, says in part:
"Ever since I waa a boy I have
heard this overproduction talk, yet I
can hot recall a single Instance v'uere
any great calamity has resulted from
too much of any one staple, especially
If lt ls good to eat.
"During my boyhood days back in
Kansas I made a solemn vow that
when I became a man I was going to
raise all the fruit I could eat aad
bavo a surplus for thone who do not
ordinarily get lt. It seems like the
'older I get the more fruit I want. I
believe it true with most of us.
"What if we do raise 125.000 car
loads of apples In 1919? Counting
600 boxes per car, that gives us 62.
500.000. Thia is a whole lot less thsn
a box apiece, not counting what Will
be shipped abroad.
"The poor are obliged to do wim
ont fruit most of tbs year, ead Utat
"I expect to raise better fruit than
the other fellow, and I believe that
well-colored, fine-flavored apples will
alwaya sell. There may be lota of
them, but we shall learn how to dla
THE XI?VIE TO THINK OE
YOUR HOME AND OFFICE
FOR THE OFFICE
SPEED UP WITH
AN ELECTRIC FAN
Sir, you can do more business
and do it better if you provide
electric: fang for yourself and your
The cost is really trifling com
pared with tho net profit In com
fort and actual buBlnccs accom
Heat saps vitality and slows up
work. Others are cool-you ought
to be too.
Our fans havo buzzed Into rapid
ly increasing popularity.
FOR THE HOME
A household electric fan ls very
economical and very refreshing.
You can operate it for a very small
It blows away the depressing ef
fect of hot weather.
All the members of your family
will be healthier and happier if
you buy one for your home.
Everything In electrical comfort
for thc household and office.
Prices From $10.00 to $27.00
Southern Public Utilities Company
118 W. Whiner
German Chancellor Grows Fat on War.
This la tho last authentic photo
graph of tho big German chancellor,
showing violent contrast with those
tsk-n of him before tl t war. Then
said to be six feet four inches tall
he was a thin fMant man-bis
body much resembling that of
- But this photograph was taken
very recently., lt 1B a snapshot of
the met important man in 'Germany,
with the single exception of the
kaiser, at the heed ot a para.la In
the recent Bismarck birthday cele
bration. It proves be bsa flited out
much and now mutt weigh consider
ably over 200 pounds.
Such has neon the effect ot war on
Germany's leading statesman. He
has not grown thin and worr'cd by
the strain. The kaiser in recent
photographs shows tbe strain In
whiter hair and deeper lines in bis
face. While Bethmann-Hollweg has
ared a little, he has not worried
His photograph proves that.
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Every pnce in a while the fighting
In Eo.-ope ?tops to let a erar or a
king or an emperor hang a medal on
It they keep on In Mexico they will
get the seats for gentlemen who are
presidents emeritus rather badly
The Piano Endorsed by
Madam Alice Nielson
The KIMBALL Piano is used and endorsed by ALICE
NIELSEN, for its beautiful tone, superb scale, and re
We are featuring the KIMBALL Piano this week, along
with our line of high grade makes, such as:
Steinway, Knabe, Kranich & Bach
Ivers & Pond, Crown, Poole
We extend to all Chautauqua visitors an invitation to
come in and investigate our line of Pianos and Organs.
Come in and hear the Alice Nielsen's records.
We will sell you on terms to suit your individual needs,
Call or write for catalogs, and full information.
C. A. REED PIANO & ORGAN CO.
314 S. Main St., Anderson, S. C.
When the test comes, you want to know that
you? car will measure up to the requirements.
Ford cars, With their light, strong, flexible frames,
sturdy, powerful motors and simple design, meet
all demands. In thc.city or country, on good
roads or bad, under all conditions, the Ford gets
there-and gets back-^at an average cost of two
cents a mile for operation and maintenance.
Buyers will share in profits if we sell at retail
300,000 new Ford cars between August 1914
and August 1915.
Runabout $440; Touring Car $190; Town Car $690;
Coupe ?ct $750; Sedan $976. f. o. b. Detroit w.Uh all
On display and sale at
TOM) AUTO SHOP
SPECIAL TRAIN FROM ANDERSON? S. C., TO
RICHMOND VA., MAY 31st 1915
For accommodation of Confederate Veterans, Sons of Veterans,
Families and Visitors to Richmond, Va., June 1? 2, 3, l9l5, The
Blue Ridge and Southern Railway will run a special train leaving
Anderson 6:30 a. m., May 31st to arrive at Richmond, Va. 8:3o p.
m. same date, .consisting of one combination car one coach and one
standard pullman car, running via Greenville, Spartanburg and
Charlotte at fare of $8.85 for round trip.
Tickets on sale May 29th to June 2nd with final limit to return
June loth, 119 i 5.
Parties desiring to take ad-, antage of this .rate on SPECIAL TRAIN
SHOULD MAKE RESERVATION AT ONCE with
J. R. ANDERSON, Supt.