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WANTED-You to know thad I am
this season handling the Genuine
Tennessee Hine Gem Coal, and not
asking anymore for it thun you
nave paid for inferior coala. I have
0 stock of the best wood in town
on baud. Give me u trial. W. O.
VJlnier. Thone G4U._
WANTED-You to know that 1 am
atlll on the job with the best wood
and coal on the market, if you
don't believe lt try mo. W. O.
Ulmer, Phone ?49. Successor to
Piedmont Coal and Wood Co.
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Cream Rread." II'B made ut home
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son Pure Food Co. 8-15-Otf
WANTED-To buy from one hundred
to live hundred bushels of country
oats nt 50c. CSBII or trade. Tho
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FOB SALE-Underwood typewriter,
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WINTER GABDENS-Activity must
prevail during September If you
would havo a successful winter gar
den. Forman Smith, Seedsman,
FOB 'SALE-Reinforced concrete
grave vaults, delivered In the grave,
better than brick, low in price, seo
sample at G. F. Tolly's Furniture
Store. E. A. Shirley, Anderson,
Route 1, Phono 2106._8-27-3tp
TO THE MEBCHANT TABHE-One
car Pure Red Rust Proof Oats.' one
car Lelllco fey flour the best that
can be bought See G. E. Turner at
P. & N. Depot._9-G-:tt.
We have employed an expert PIANO
TUNER, who will give prompt
and careful attention to orders left
with us. C. \. Reed, Plano & OrgHn
Co., 314 8. Main SI._9-1-lm.
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WHEN YOU can not see right step in i
our Optical Der?.luj?>?.t -ud get just
the Glasse? you need. Complete
grinding piant. Eyes scientifically
tested. Dr. M. IC Campbell, Louisa
8. Hllgenboeker, assistant, 112 W.I
Whltner St., Ground Floor.
C. GADSDEN SAYRE!
408-406 Bleckley Building
Anderson, t, C
Chisholm* Trowbridge Sc Su g ga
New Theatre Building
New Year Cards
A nice line on
seile at : : .
Pant's Book Store
Bat Husband, With Aid of Cardui,
Effects Her Deliverance?
Draper. N C.-.Mrs. Helen Dalton, ol
this place, says: "I suffcied for year?. ! <
with pains in my lei 1 side, and would | .
olten almost smother to death. i t
Medicines patched me up for awhile j
but then I would gel worse again. Final
ly, my husband decided he wanted me to | ?
(ry Cardui, the woman's tonic, so tie
bought mc a hollie and I began using it. 1 ]
lt did me more good (lian all thc inedi- ? ,
cines I had taken. (
I have induced many of my friends lo i
fry Cardui. and they all sc^ they have
been benefited by its use. There never ! f
has been, and never will be, a medicine ?
to compare with Cardui. ! believe it is |
a good med:, inc for all womanly trou
For over 50 years, Cardui Has been re- j \
lieviug woman's sufferings and building .
weak women up to livalth and strength, j 1
If you are a woman, give it a fair trial.
lt should surely help you, as it has a
Qet a bottle of Cardui to-day.
Writ! Us Chattanooga Medicina Co., Ladloi" .
Advisory Dept. Chattariooca. Tenn., for Sftnal ' t,
/?</.?,. /,."! on your cato and 64 par? book. "Hom? I J
Ti?.-? neu tor Women." In p.aln wrapper. H.C. 139 |
von Hasseln's Announcement ' '
Webb /on Hasseln,'
Violinist, and Instructor ?
at Anderson College, j
begs to announce that he
will accept pupils for in
struction on the Violin,
and a^ks that both ad
vanced students and- be
ginners who wish to
avail themselves of his
services call on or corn
municate with him at an
early a dale as possible.
Charleston & Western
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PIEDMONT Sc NORTHERN
Condensed Passenger Schedule.
Effective Juno 6, 1916.
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C. 8. ALLEN.
t Road To hi
INDIAN MOTORCYCLES and ti
for hard use aver made. We have
Pedals thee money caa buy. AU w
Ut W. Whltner st,
Llttlo Miss Ca.'i-rlfi'- McClure
was surprised yesterday afternoon by
ulne of lier little friends win* live iii
Lite neig ?borhood coming ia t:> help
lier celebrate Uer tenth birthday, lt
ivas a very happy uftoruoon for each
tue for after a merry round of gaines
)ii Hie lawn Mrs. McClure servo 1
hem with a delicious sweet course.
Miss Dessl? Kee, who has /been
?i? nding tiic summer with Uer sister.
Vlrs. .lohn A. Neely leaves today for
hlurrisunbtirta Va., wfien ?wo will
each during die coming winter in
he State Normal college.
Miss Floride Hardin left yesterday
ur Columbia after a mouths' visit to
dis. Hardin in North Anderson.
M's* ^itul Chapman has rr I ut lied
rom u \ ?sit lo Mrs. Le Hov Pales i i
'lovhlcncci lt. 1. Site als? \isit?..'
io-lou, Philadelphia, and ut.? r eua
Mrs. Marry I'tley. who h.'H 'nen
Isitlup friend", in Hal limo re, Li here
Isillng ber stsfer, Mrs. T. 'r;y
on i-i. her way lo Tampa, i'la . to
ohi Ur. lilley.
Mrs. Gadsden Shand and three chll
ren have returned to their home in
'?(lumbla, after a visit to tieri, and
Irs M. L. Dunham.
Sfnlicltpr and Mrs. Proctor Don ham,
Greenville spent Sunduy her. v illi
?ea. and .Mrs. M. I.. Don.?nm.
Iv'rs. J. A Cook bas gore to
.owndcsvl?lc to spend several lays
Mrs. lt .c. 11? yt of Columbia,
nd Miss Ho becca Furraan, of Green
lilo are the guevts of Mrs. .1. lt.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Keesc, and
Bsa Ruth Keeso have returned froui
trip to New York.
Mrs. \V. F. Cox and Miss Carol
bx, who have been spondlng the sum
Kr lu the mountams are iiat home
'rolriirled .Heeling nt Mountain
Then? ls a protracted meeting being
ondueted by Rev. W. Ii. Hawkins in
lie Mountain Creek church. Tile
Uhllc are cordially Invited to attend.
Father-Why don't you come back
:> your own home and start a pnper
nd help mold public opinion?
Impatient Journalistic Son-Pub
it: opinion aro -nd herc ls moldy
nough as lt is.
OUT AND ITCHES
Tie it like a cold cream and
dry Eczema eruptions
Tho moment you apply bold-Rulphur
o nu itching or broken out skin, the
telling stops and healing begins, says
, renowned dermatologist.
Thin remarkable sulphur mode into a
hick cream effects sueh prompt relief,
ven in aggravated Eczema, thut it is
. never-ending source of amazement to
For many years bold-sulphur has oe
upk'd a secure position in tho treat
ment of cutaneous eruptions by reason
if it? cooling, parasite-destroying prop
itties and nothing liss ever been found
o take its place in relieving irritable
mtl i ii ?la Minatory affections of tho ukin.
Vhilc not always establishing a ponna
?ent cure, yet in every instance, it
inmediately *sul>ducfl the itching irrita
ion and heals; the Eczema right up and
t ia often yours later before any orup
ion again manifests itself. t
?Any good druggist will supply an
nmce* of bold-milpliur, which should be
ipplird to tho n fleeted parta like tho
?rdinary.coM creams . It isn't unpleas
int and the prompt relief afforded is
.erv welcome, particularly when th? He
rnia is accompanied with torturous itch
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
All persons having claims against
lie estate of Stuart Span deceased,
rc hereby notified to present them
iroperly proven to the undersigned
rithln tile time proscribed by law,
nd those indebted to make settle
lodsohid Bicycles. The bett tiras
the beat bar/gains fa? Sadies and
I Personal jj
Mr. wilson Dateline o? Atlanta,
Ga., is visiting relatives und frlouds
in thu City for a fe* day*.
Mr I Millard Watson loft yesterday
moraine for Furtnan I'nivcrslty foot
ball training ramp at thu ?'entrai Y.
M. C. camp lu the mountains.
Mr. Thompson Simpson or Ivu was
?i business visitor in the ?-?ty yester
Mr. C. Bi Merritt of Westminister
was among the visitors in Anderson
Mr. T. Sloan Bannister has rettini
<M1 to thc city after spending tho past
week al bis homo near Helton.
Mr. Witt McCauley loft yesterday!
for Asheville, X. C., ? re lie hus a
six weeks engagement In the orches
tra at li?f .Manor House.
Policeman \v. A. Clamp spent
Sunday in Helton. ' *
Mr. W. P. Cook-of ha was a hus-',
iii? ss visitor yesterday
Mr. I.uko Ashley of th: Level
Land suction wau a L jsiness vislor
in tho city yesterday.
Mr. W. P. Taylor, the Piedmont
ii. Northern agent nt Taylors, was in
.Mr. Lawrence Horton wan anion;;
the business visitors from Iva yester
Mrs. John McDaniel of thc Hope
well section was in the city suorping j
Mr. Walter Pruitt of Starr spent
a few ?lours in the city Monday.
Mr. Ii. W. Miller, a Jewelry drtm
mer from New York, was In Ander
Mr. L. E. Martin or the Hopewell
section spent a few hours in Ander
M?, D. W. Harbin of Townvlllo
was a business visitor in the city yes
Mr. T. H. Kay of Willlamston was
tn Anderson yesterday.
Mr. John A. Horton of Helton
spent yesterday In the city..
Mr. J. C. Wright of near Helton
was a visitor in Anderson Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pettigrew of
Starr were in the city for a few boura
Messrs. T. C. Jackson, Sr., W.
M. Lewis and Sam Anderson were
business visitors from Iva yesterday.
Mr. Guy Parker of tho Ebcnozer
section was a visitor yesterday.
Mr. E. G. Acker, returned to
Clemson collego yesterday. Mr.
Acker ls a major th ?re'this year.
Mr. Willie Hutson - uf> Aiken passed
through the city yesterday en rome
to Clemson college to resume his stu
Messrs. W. J. Hrown and Frank
Hurriss have returned to the city af
ter a weok's stay at Lake City. The
trip was made by automobile.
.Miss Rosa Lee DeBerry has re
turned to the city after a visit to
Florence and Washington, D. C.
Mr. Harvey Felkel ls in fie city on
a visit to his brother. Mr. Fred Fel
kel before resuming his studies at
Death Little Girl.
lt arline I Hogers, the little 21 months
old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jones
lt. Rogers, died at their home. In
Hroadawny township yesterday. Fun
eral services will bo held today at
_____ ' *~ -
'niant cf C. C. Glenn.
Tho infant of C. C. Glenn died at
the home or its parents in Center
ville township Sunday morning. Tho
funeral was held Monday morning at
lo o'clock and the interment made
at Silver H rook ( c.retery.
Infant of T. W. Sffari?._
The Infant child of T. W. Saraska,
of Trlbble street, died ??; the" home
of its parents at 3 o'clock Monday
morning. The funeral will be held at
3 p. m. Monday, tho. interment be
ing made at Silv?r Droek cemetery.
CONFERRED M. M. DEGREE
Regulur ( ?nm.ration Miram . J.odge
Ne. 6S, A. v. M. Held, ?
At a regular convocation of Hiram
Lodgo No. ?8, A. F. M. held in the
Masonic Temple last night the M.
M. degree was conferred on ths'fol
lowlng:' Messrs. H. 'K\ Padgett E.
F. Mattlson. C.. M. Watkins, G. C.
McGregor and H. D. Johnson.
The Ladies Missionary aoeiety ot
the A. R. P. church tneets Tuesday,
afternoon at 4 o'clock with Mm. o.
H. Reid. Mem tn rs are ur$.vd ti be
present, and business of Importance
v Ul come before the. meeting.
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