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Residence of M. P. Orr
In any growing city in any land, a home site carefully bought is a good in
vestment,, for values are bound to rise as the population increases.
Then, too, owning your own home makes a difference. Il develops the
best that in a man. He will do much lor his own (?reside, hut little, very
little, for a landlord's house.
Take your wife home-hunting-go out and look over NORTH ANDER
SON. It's lots of fun even if you don't buy. You'll like this new and dif
ferent development. You'll like it's natural beauty and it's many conven
iences. But most of all you will like the people who have bought there.
Ask us who they are. Some of them are your present neighbors and friends.
NORTH ANDERSON lois can be bought $10.00 down and
?10.00 a month; and y?iC?an buy at any time, b-tt-t why not
buy NOW, get the lot YOU want (and not later when you
will have to take what you dan get( and then again, the sooner
yoi buy-the more your part of the net profits on the "Profit
Sharing" plan. y v;
Phone us NOW, and wc will call at tiny tin^e-you6ay and take you and your
wife out to NORTH ANDERSON in an automobile and show y<m What a won
derfully good place it is for you-all to really live. No obligation on your part
whatever to buy. If you wish to buy a lot, all right, well and good, lt not, it's
just the same; we will be delighted to show you NORTH ANDERSON.
See or Phone ?
john Linley or 'Gene Watson
Phone Nos 647, 906, 310.
THE KIDNEYS IF
? We Should Drink Lots of Water and Eat Less Meat, Says
j ?) Noted Authority on Kidney Disorders' ^_ %
j Recommends a Spoonful of Jad Salts In Glass of Water Before
Breakfast to Stimulate Kidneys and Eliminate
the Uric Acid
. Uric acid ra neat excite? the kidneys, they
, foc?me overworked, get sluggish, ache, and fool
?ke lumps of lend. Tho urmo becomes cloudy,
?J the bladder is irritated, and you muy bo obliged'
to seel? relief two or three times during thc night.
When the kidneys clog you must help thom flush
. oit the hedy's urinous waste or you'll ho n ro?\\
i eicfc person ?hortly. At first you feel n dull
. misery in the kidney region, you surfer from
i backache, sick headache, dizziness, stomach gets
[ ?our, tongue coated anti you- feel rheumatic
* SLwinges when tho wentbev is bad.
1'fi Kat los? meat, drink tots of water;
breakfast for a few days and your kidneys will
then ad fine. Thia famous salts is made from
the acid ot grapes and lemon juice, combined
with lilhta, and has been used for generations
to clean clogged -kidneys and stimulate them
to normal activity, also to neutralise the acids
in urine, so it no longer is a source of irritation,
thus ending bladder weakness.
Jad Salts is inexpensive, cannot injure, makes
a delightful effervescent li th ia-wa ter drink which
everyone should take now and then to keep the
kidneys rican and active. Druggists here say
they ?H lots of Jad Salts to folks who believe in
THREE BIG DAYS OF
FESTIVITY AT IVA
BOUS ILK CLUB CHAUTAU
QUA BEGINS THIS MORN
ING AT 10:30
Have Been Invited to Address
. Gatherings-Hon. R. A.
Coop r Speaks Saturday.
Thc Iva Boosters' club chautauqua
begins (.tis morning nt lo o'clock ami
thc people of that town ar? prepared
for three days of atnusemont with
things worth while. This chautauqua
has been well advertised and besides
tho regular attractions i ie commit?
tee on arrangomcjatse haw 'placed
ninny tirings of interest which will bo
free. Several noted sneakers have
been secured to address tin* farinera
and busilis* men on In te festing sub
Jets, among them bein;; ll. A. Hooper
who will speak tomorrow morning nt
1 .? : ::o o'clock.
The ladles of the civic assoc iation
have mate plans to sorv,, meals in thc
park ut Ivn and for three days there
will bo th? spirit of festivity.
The complete program for the three
days is as follows:
10:00 a. m.-Fanners institute.
Addresses by county, state and na
tional experts-Miss Carlington, Mr.
\V. ll. Elliott, Mr. S. M. Myara.
3:00 p. m.-Lecture, "The New
Agriculture," by Dr. Frank 1!. Vroo
4:00-Concert by the Hess ie Leigh
5:00-Baseballe, Iva vs. Starr.
8:lf> p. m.-Concert and entertain
ment by Tlie Bessie Leigh company.
1):00 p. in.-^Lecture, "Armageddon
and After," a story of the Croat War,
by Dr. Frank Rv Vroomnn.
Sat ii rda j F. ducat ional Buy.
10:30 a. m.-Educational rally. Ad
dress by Hon. B. A. Cooper.
3:00 p. m.-Forty-five minutes of
Fun and Magic with the Mysterious
3:45 p. m.-Impersonations,
stories, recitations, grave and gny, by
Charles B. Hanford, the famous ac
5:00 p. m.'-'Baseball, Antreville vs.
8:15 p. m.-Magical Illusions and
Prestidigitatorial Performance by the
9:00 p. m.-Grand scones from
Shakespeare's Comedies and Tragedies
by Mr. Ciarles B. Hanford, the cele
Monday, July 26th.
10:30 a. m.-Address on livestock
by Mr. J. O. Williams.
3:00 p. m.-Gran* concert by thc
Lyric Glee club.
3:45 p. m.-Lecture, "Elements of
Success." by-Dr. George P. Bible,
5:00 p. m.-Baseball, Iva vs. Starr.
8:15 p. m.-Lecture, "Idfe and Op
portunity," by Dr. George P. Bible.
0:00 p. m.-Concert and entertain
ment by tho Lyric cleo club.
TWO GROCERY STORES
HAVE MOVED STOCKS
Spot Cash Grocery Goes Back
Home and J. M. McCown
to Room on South Main.
Two grocery stores In the city yes
terday moved their place of business;
ene was that of Uio Spot Cash, Gro
cery and the other was that of J. M.
Yesterday morning the stock of the
Spot Cach Grocery company, was mov
ed back to the home store, W. A.
Power's on South Main street. This
stock of goods had occupied a room
In tho Llgon a u l I<odbetter bli Id
lug. It is unde.-stood. that Mr. W.
IO. Basor will open up a first class
barber shop in luis vacant room.
As announced several days ago, Mr.
I. M. McCown moved his stock of
goods from East Whitncr street to
"OG South Main street, next to Kress'
Five and Ten Cent storo.
Zarne to Confer With Officials in
Regard to Street Paving,
Which b Contemplated.
Mayor C. C. Gumbrell, Aldermen
1. A. Neuffeur and Albcri. Henry."
Vir. J. lt. Johnson, chief of police
md Mr. Bradley I '??cse, merchant, of
Vbbcville were in tho city yesterday
conferring with the officials here in
-egand to t&<o street paving.
They stated that Abbeville was go-*
ng to have to haw paved streets In
>rder to keep up with tho progress she
sss making and with that of other
neighboring towns and that they want
id to see tho work being done h "?re.
JUDGE r>?*\CB AT HOVE
Returned From t Manta Where He
Had Been For Fas* Few DNJT*.
Judge Prince has returned from At
lanta Where he has base for the past
tew weeks undergoing treatment tn
a sanitorium. H0 is feeling better
UM! Is ta condition to rak< up his lall
work whldh. will beria the latter part
ASPHALT PLANT WAS
RUN ONLY 2 HOURS
CLOGGED PIPES CAUSED IT
TO BE CLOSED FOR
Machinery Was Rusty Because it
Had Been Idle For Sev
Owing to til" fact that the asphalt
plant had lain Idle for th?' past sev
eral months, several of tho Important
feed pipes were clogged ?ip yesterday
morning when operations were .tarted
ami after running two hours, it was
closed down for rcairs. Only two
wagon loads were placed on West
Market street and these were spread*.
Tho pipes were ?de?n yesterday and
the operations will begin again this
Til superintendent of the plant
stated yesterday afternoon that lie
i hom;! 11 ovprythlng would run along
all right lifter these pipes were clean
ed. These being clogged yesterday,
the material was not fed properly.
It was alBo stated that about rio
hands would be. used in connection
with the plant. Including the drivors
of tho wagons welch will haul the
mixture from the plant to the street.
Preaching nt Neal's Creek.
Rev. Mike McGee will fill the pul
pit at Neal's Creek church nest Sun
day morning at ll o'clock. Having
formerly been a resident of that sec
tion; his many friends there will he
glad that they will liavo an oppor
tunity or hearing him. The publie
is cordially invited.
At Conni y Hospital.
Miss IiOis Meeks, daughter of Mr.
uni Mrs. T. L. Meeks, of Helton,
underwent an operation nt the coun
ty hospital on Wednesday morning.
Her condition was reported us much
HEAD STUFFED FROM
CATARRH OR A COLD
J Says Cream Applied in Nostrils
Opens Air Passages Hight Up.
Instant relief-no waiting. Your
clogged nostrils open right up; the air
passages of your head clear and you
cnn breathe freely. No more hawking,
snuffing, blowing, headache, dryness.
No struggling for breath at night;
your cold or catarrh disappears.
Get a Bmall bottle of Ely's Cream
Balm from your druggist now. Apply
a little of thiB fragrant, antiseptic,
healing cream In your nostrils. It pen
etrates through every air passage of
thc head, soothes the inflamed or
swollen mucous membrane and relief
It's just fine. Don't stay stuffed
up with a cold or nasty catarrh.
Sun and Wind Bring Ont Vgl y Spots, j
How to Itemove Easily.
Here's a chance. Miss Freckle-face,
to try a remedy for freckles with the
guarantee of a reliable dealer that it
will not cost you a penny unless lt j
removes tho freckles; while If it does
give you a clear complexion tho ex
pense is trifling.
Simply get au ounce of otliine- I
doublo strength-from any druggist
and a few applications should show
you how easy it is to rid yourself of
tho homely freckles and get a beau
tiful complexion. Barely is m'.t? than
one ounce needed for tho worst case.
Bc sure to ask the druggist for the
doublo strength otblno aa this is the j
prescription sold under guarantee of
money back it lt falls to remove ]
AN ITCHING SKIN
AND END ECZEMA
Bay? thia old-time Eczema rem
edy is applied like
Any irritation or breaking out on the
face, arms, leg* or body ivhen aeoom
Sanied by itching, or when tho skin is
ry and fever Uh, can bo readily over
come by applying n. little bold-sulphur,
My? a noted dermatologist.
He states that bold-sulphur instantly
?Hays the angry itching and irritation
and soothes and heals tho Koo mia right
up leaving Hie skin clear and smooth.
Bold-sulphur lias occupied ? secure posi
tion for many years in the treatment
of cutaneous disorders because of its
parasite-destroying property. Nothing
nae ever been found to take its place
in treating the irritable and inflam
matory skin affections. While not al
ways establishing a permanent cure lt
nev??' fails to subdue tba itching Irri
tation and drive the Kesapm away and
it ls often year? later before any erup
tion again apesare on tim skin.
..Those troubled should obtain at say
drug store an ounce of bold sulphur,
which le applied ip the affected parta ia
the samo manner as aa ordinary cold
WANT ADVERTISING RATES
Twenty-Ave word? or less,
One Timo 25 cents, Three Time?
GO cents. Six Times $1.00.
All advertisement tiver twenty
five words prorata for each Ad
ditional word. Hates on 1,000
words to bo used in a month
made on application.
No advertisement taken for
less than ?5 cents, cash in ad
If your name appears in tho
telephone directory you can tele
phone your want ad lc. 321 iud a
bill will be mailed alter its In
sertion for prompt payment.
WANTER-Two young men want
room with private family, close in
preferred. Address "Room," care
WANTED-Two or three rooms fur
nished for light housekeeping.
Phone at once 496.
WANTED-Mules six to ten years of
age. Must be ^oiind und straight.
Bring them in and get the cash. Tho
Fret well Co. 7-18-tf.
WANTED-You to know that I am
still on the job with thc best wood
and coal on the market, if you
don't believo it try me. W. O.
L'lmer, Phone C49. Successor to
Piedmont Coal and Wood Co.
WANTED-You to look at page No.
i of your telephone directory and
Iget busy. Do not count the cover as
page No. 1.
I LOST-frank for an Overland Auto
mobile. Liberal reward for its re
Iturn to lt. E. Burriss. 7-23-lt,
I LOST-On afternoon 21st July be
tween Lowndesvllle and Greenville
ono 32 x 3 1-2 inch practically new
Diamond casing on* 1914 Studebaker
rim. Reward. Frank J. liurriss.
[ FOR SALE-One Victor phonograpli
and one L. C. ?mith typewriter.
Doth are in good condition. Will
sell very resauouble. Phone 535.
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back which I put into the contest,
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wishing to subscribe or renew their
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address P. O. Box 347, Anderson,
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our Optical Department and get just
tho Glauses you need. Complete
grinding 1 plant. Eyes sctcntliically
tested. Dr. M. It. Campbell, Louisa
S. ll Ilgen hocker, assistant, 112 W.
Whitner St., Ground Floor.
H. H. Rosenberg
TAILOR TOR MEN
134 North Main
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C. GADSDEN SAYRE
405-406 Bleckley Building
Anderson, S. C
Chisholm, Trowbridge & Suggs
New Theatre Building
W. Whinier St
RUFUS FANT, Jr.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Anderson, :-: South Carolina
Wc ran still supply you with Nancy
Hull I'otato Plants at $1.50 per I.UOO.
It is not too late to plant Pot.
You cnn set them out up to 15 Jc<v
and make good crop. So como ohead
and get the plants.
We have for today fresh polo beans,
cabbage, onions, largo bell peppers,
frying chickens, eggs, butter, fresh
pineapple.;, fresh fish, etc.
Pelms up, 117. Delivery prompt. We
close 10 to ll each morning this week.
Phone us curly.
C. F. POWER & SON
Cond? .ised Passenger Schedule.
PIEDMONT & NORTHERN
Effective Juno 6, 1915.
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No. 3?.1:10 P. M.
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No. 41., 6:00 P. M.
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