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Dr. Lillian L. Carter
212 Bleckley Bldg.
Phone 168. Residence 318.
Dr. L. Carl Sanders
(Associated Witta Dr. J. 0. Sanders)
Office Bleckley Bldg.
. y Phone 329.
Residence Phone 149.
Dr. C. Singleton Breedin
v 0 Iii ec In St. Mary's Hospital
Honrs: 8 to 10, IS to 3 and 8 to 9.
C. GADSDEN SAYRE
405-406 Blecfctey Building
Anderson? S. C
Chisholm, Trowbridge & 5uggs
/ New Theatre Bunding
ia ! ' li . .
W. Whitoer St.
Seer :t of success.
Aro yon saving your
Vitally important! You
Now accounts added
Give ?B a share ot your
Start nowi Join ? thc
army of savers.
The Savings Depart
Bank of Anderson
The Strongest Bank
in the County.
Lily White Market
is headquarters for good things
to eat. Try some of our Old Time
Pork Sausage, Nice Juicy Steak,
Lean Pork Chops, Fine Pat Veal
We are all ready getting oysters
in. If you can't d?cide what yos
want phone 694 rr;d we will help
you to Quatta.
LILY WHITE MARKET.
J. W. Lindsay.
8?, ? " ? ? *?? tm B tm mt
Decide the Question]
next time yon suspect
yourself of wondering if |
it would pay to buy a
tackle the coal range all
"day one of these Hot
Days and cook for your
wife. That will decide the
question for you quickly
Anderson Gas Co
THE CLEMSON AUBURN
GAME IS li CERTAINTY
SEVENTY-FIVE NAMES NOW
SIGNED TO THE GUAR
Is Iking Manifested and Many
People From Other Towns Will
Come to Anderson.
As fer as tho guarantee ls concern
ed, it may be Btated that the Clem
sun-Auburn football game will bc
played in Anderson on October 16,
two weeks from Saturday. The list
of names on the guarantee now num
bers exactly 70, but Mr. T. Prank
Watkins, chairman of the committee
who titas the arrangements in charge,
stated yesterday that he had several
people to seo whom he expectd to
sign up all right.
This game will bc played, rain or
shine, at the Hernia Vista park. Thc
hour hus not yet bee announced but
it is eupposcd that it will bc about
Mt-. Watkins stated last night that
he was receiving word from all of tho
adjoining towns from .people stating
that they would bo In Anderson on
October 16. to see tho gamo. Unusual
local interest is always taken in tho
Clemson-Auburn games because of
tho fact that numbers of young men
from Anderson and tho county attend
both of these Institutions.
Ofc'ier gamoB of Clemson ave at
tracting much Interest this year In
Anderson, especially 1 tho Davidson
game vhlch ls to bc played Saturday
afternoon at Clemson, when many
from tills city will attend. Thc Clem
son schedule from luis date on is as
Da vi (hum-Campus.Oct 2.
Univ. Tenn.-Knoxville, Tenn.
. ... . '.Oct. 9.
Auburn-Anderson .. .. Oct. IC.
Univ. S. C.,-Columbia.Oct. 28.
Citadel-Char lesion.Oct. 30
Univ. H. C.-Charlotte, N. C.,
V. M. I.-Richmond. Va. ..Nov. 13
Univ. Ga.--Athens, Ga.Nov. 25.
The following ls the Wording of the
guarantee signed by Anderson citi
zens and firms:
"We do hereby guarantee to the
Clemson College Atb'"'ic association
that bao gate recel*, i of tho football
game to he playe t s Clemson and
Auburn at Anderso.. DO October lGth,
1915, will amount to $700 and local
advertising expenses, exclusive of
tickets sold to Clemson cadets, facul
ty and officers.
"In ease of deficiency, each of us
agree to nay our proportionate part
of the same, not, however, exceeding
the sum of 110 each. Tho share ot
ea?ii is to be determined by dividing;
the amount rf any such deficiency by
the number of guarantors. In no
event, however, shall any ot us bo
liable for more than $10."
Tho names appearing following the
above are as follows: T. Frank Wat
kins, W. P. Watkins, J. D. Hm
meit, W. W. Sullivan, R. E. Llgni.?
B. O. Evans? E. R. Horton, B. 5.
Gosaett, G. D. Antonakas, T. L>. Ccly
& Company, J. J. and 8. R. Trow- j
bridge, J. P. Major. G. B. Crayton,
W. B. Nicholson, W. E. Atkins, W..
E. Bray, Owl Drug company, W. H.
Lyon, L. PJ. Lodbetter, C. R. Lagon,
W. P. Marshall, W. Laughlin, M. W, I
Sloan, Jas. WI. Tribbls, G. T. Mc- !
Gregor, J. F. Shumate, Planters Sup- ]
ply company, Pat W. Major, Samuel :
L: Princo, G. P."Hammett, S. D.
Pearmau, D. L. Gray, C. J. De
Camps A. H. Dagnall. Chas. A. Gam
brill, Chas. M. Watkins, S. R. Park
er, J. H. Godfrey. R. J. Ginn, Jas.
T. Pearsan. Jno.' R. Anderson, Kurtz
P. Smith, Bob King,. J. C. Pressley
for St. James Hotel, Thos. P. HUI.
C. C. Pr?vost, J. E. Cllnkscalcs, Jno.
E. Sadler, J.K. Manos. A. L. Todd.
P. P. Dickson, H. H. Watkins. G.
B. Greene, Willett P. Sloan, Leon L.
Rice, M. M. Mattlson, C. S. Pattison,
A. 8. Farmer. W. L. Brlasey, H. A.
Orr, G. W. Evans, L. 8. Harper,
John W. Linley, W. B. Watson. J.I,
Brownlee, B. A. Van di vcr, Walter S.
Beaty, Harry Gelsbcrg, R. C. Mc
Kinney, P. E. Cllnkscalcs, T). 8.
McCully, R. M. Wilson. C. W.
Geisberg'a Potcto Chips Fresh,
and Crisp Deifr, Phone No. 733.
SORE TIRED FEET
"Tt?.n makes sore, burning, tired feet
fairly dance with delight. Away go th?
ashes sud paine, the oom?, callouses,
bl ls tera and bunions.
out the acids sud
poisons that puff
up your feet.. N>
nutter how hard
you work, bow
long you dance,
how far you
walk, or how long
you remain on
?rar feet, "T1Z"
r MI g s restful
"TIZ" ls won
derful for tired,
ichtag, swollen, smarting feet Tvur feet
jj. st tingle for Joy j shoes never hurt ct
fx?oi tight . .
Get a 25. emt box of "TIZ" now from
my dru-rsist or department store. Kn '
o?t tortore forever-wear smaller shoes
'coep your feet fresh, s-v?t suwi "happy.
? GLUCK MILLS *
Rev. Marvin Tucker, preached at
the hall Sunday morning.
Mr. Henry Johnson, from Elbert
county. Georgia, visited his friend,
Mf. I. V. Cordell here for a while
Mr. Hubert Jordan has been on thc
sick list for a few days.
Mr. Sam Edwards is getting along
nicely, he ?tas had the fever.
Several from here went up to Oak
wood Sunday to attend the singing
School at this place ls in a flour
ishing condition. Parents send your
children to school while they are
young, don't wait until they get too
Mr. Otla James, visited his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Ike James of Elbert
county. Ga., Saturday night and Sun
Tio young people here have orca
nlzed a class meeting. They will
meet at the home of Miss Ethel Hilts
Friday night. All the young people
are invited to attend this meeting.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tolllson, who
uave been at Tucapau for a while,
returned bock to the G?Uvh donday to
? KEW ENTERPRISES w
1 Tho Automobile Owners' Protective
, association of Greenville has boen
[chartered with a capital of $500. The
officers are: C. H. Speights, presi
dent, d?cr?tai:' and treasurer anil
M. E. Goldsmith, vice president und
[ Thc Planters Hank of Starr in An
derson countv has been chartered
wltij a capital of $10.000. Tho offi
cers aro: E. P. Vandiver. president
land C. C. Jones, vice president and
The W. J. Drennan Show company
of Charleston lias been commissioned
with a capital or $10,000. Tho peti
tioners are: W. J. Brennan, A. M.
Stone and J. B. O'Brien.
The South Side Grocery company
of Anderson has been commissioned
with a capital of $10,000. The .peti
tions are: Charles C. Pr?vost, W. P.
Sloan rmi J. W. Dickson.
Tao Meacham Drug company ol
Greenwood Las been commissioned
with a capital of $10,000. The peti
tioners are: A. Mc A. Singleton, Thos.
B. Meacham and R. L. White.
Following ls the Hst of letters re
maining uncalled for In the post
office at Anderson, 8. C., for the
week ending September 29, 1915. Per
sons calling for these will please say
that they were advertised. One cent
due on all advertised matter.
?-Bell Armstrong, Cort Allen,
Miss Susan Arnold.
B-J?mese Bradford, Georg?
Borogn, C. A. Bruce.
C-Emma Carter, Grady Coats, Mra.
F-Miss Venice Poster, Mrs. Ear
Floyd, E. L. Faulkner, Dr. Fred J;
G-Fannie Gray. Miss Fosa Groves,
H-Mra. Ella Hill.
I-Mrs. Lue Ivestor, Mrs. V. L.
K-Bri. Eesie Keel.
L-Mrs. ,G. Lopard, Mrs. Leura
Latlmer, V. Livingstone.
M-Idcr Moore, Bessie Murphy,
Marie Moore, Mrs. J. S. Merrill, Miss
Corrie Morten, Mrs. Alice McAlister.
P-.Vance Parker, C. Wi. Pilgrim.
R-Brideon Roach. Miss Eula May
Rou tin, Sumpter Reed.
S-W. T. Simpson, Mrs. Minnie
Sauls, Joe Stukes, Mc Smlt?.
, T-Mrs'. Anna Trayham, Evie Ty
son, rodolph Turner.
W-Miss Alice Wright. D. H. West,
Clans Wilson, Mrs. Dollie Wilson, G.
L. Webb, Mrs. L. E. Wilson, C.
A Pearl Among Women?,
"My husband has. found ? way by
which ho says I am of tho greatest
hoip to him In bis literary work."
"How nice that must be for you,
m - dear But how are you able to do
"As soon as I see him at his desk
I go into a'noher room and heep per
fectly quiet until he has finished."
New York Globe.
Sage and Sulphur
Darkens Gray Hair
IVs Grandmother's Recipe to
Restore Color, Glossy mad
. . .
i, . ,.
Hair that loses its color and lustre,
or when, it fades, turns gray, dull and
lifeless, is caused by a lack of sulphur
in the hair. Our grandmother mada
up a mixture of Sage Ted and Sul
phur to keep her leeka dark and hean?
tlful, and thousands of women and
men who value that even color, that
beautiful dark shade of hair which Is
so attractive,, use only thia old-time
Nowadays we get thia famous mix
ture by asking at any drug atora for a
CO cent bottle of "Wyeth's Sage end
Sulphur Compound,** which darkens
the hair eo naturally, so evenly, that
nobody can possibly tell lt baa been
applied. Besides, lt takes off dandruff,
stops scalp Itching and ..tailing hair.
Yon jost dampen a sponge or soft
brush with it and draw this through
your hair, taking one small strand at
a time. By morning tho gray hair
disappears; but what delights the
ladies with Wyeth's Sage and Sul
phur, ia that besides beautifully dark
ening the hair after a lew applica
tions. It also bringa beak tho gloss
and lustre, und give? it an appearance
LARGE NEW BUILDING WILL
BE BUILT IN A FEW
Messrs. Chas. C. Pr?vost, Willett
P. Sloan and John W. Dick
son Made Application.
Tho Southside Grocery company of
Anderson bas been comm is ?done 1 by
the secretary of state with a capital
of $10,000. the petitioners being
dins. C. Provost, W. P. Sloan and
J. W. DieVson.
It is judemicou thai plans are
under (o3t for a new building to be
*-rcv.i?d for Gie Southside Grocery
company In Anderson which will ac
comodate its fastly growing trade.
The building will, be erected just
across the street in front of thc
sto o's present location and work is
e-.ne.'tcd to commence as soon as the
organization is completed.
" Thc Southside Grocery company be
gan business a little over a year ago
under the ownership and manage
ment of Mr. Charlie Pr?vost. In tbs
beginning he employed only one ciork
besides himself, bot11 of theso tuen
doing the work around thc store mid
delivering the gooda. Now six or
more clerks aro employed and on Sat- ,
unlays five delivery wagons arc put
into ororatlon. The business is grow
ing aa is attested to by thc above
MB. E. M. SHARI"-:
Died In Donalds at Age of 78 Years.
Mr. E. M. Sbarpb lied at Donalds
yesterday morning at 11:30 at the
ago of 78 years. He is the last of
ten brothers and is an uncle of Mrs.
M. M. Mattison ?ind Mrs. lt. E. Al
len of this city. Mrs. Mattison will
attend the funeral services this after
noon at 3 o'clock IL m. in Donalds.
Hiram Lodge, A. F M.
There will be a special meeting of
Hiram Lodge, A. F. M. tonight at 8
o'clock When George T. Bryan, grand
master, will bo present and Work
will be done In the third degree. A
large gathering ls_expocte'd and all ot
tho Masons 4n ?be. city,, arp. Invited.
W. H. Frayser.
T Prank Watkins; . Secretary.
Impeachment Trial it? Terre liante.
Terre Haute, Ind., Sept. 29.-The
impeachment trial of Mayor James M.
GosBon began in tho city council last
night. Six witnesses wcro examined.
Most of the evidence ls concerned
with tho raising, of money for tho de
fense of Mayor Donn M. Roberts, con
victed of election frauds.
New Lord-Major Fleeted.
London, Sept. 29.-Slr Charles
Wakefield has been, elected lord-ma
yor of London by council. Ho suc
ceeds Sir Cl>? .-los Johnston, whoso
term ext/'.rzz in November.
$i:>,00(?,0!)0 For Soldiers* Tobacco.
Paris, Sept. 29.-A budget Item pre
sented yesterday was 915,000,000. for
free tobacco for the army.
An Important First Step.
Even the most pacific Americans
aro beginning to see that we must
invest a large amount of money in
self-protection, aad a majority of us
would rather spend millions tor de
fense now than many more millions
later in the tribute that a foreign
power, might levy on our t?.dpplng
and our half-defended coasts. Tho.
expert advice ' which, the navy de
partment and congress can obtain
from civilian and naval Scientists
may materially lessen the cost ol
pr?paration, and will certainly guar
antee . the adoption of defonslve in
strumentalities that will bc worth th ;
money paid for them, when DAey arc
put to the test.
Many persons believe that wo have
delayed to long already In inaugura
ting this larger, naval program. Cer
tainly we cannot J delay any longer
without exposing ourselves to very
serious national danger. Secretary
Daniels shows that he realizes this
in calling to his aid all the expert
talent f iat ls. willing to serve the
government.. Ho has made a good
beginning in this direction, and he
should devtolop his plane with all
possible promptness and energy. The
International sltutaion warns ns that
we must put our house in order as
quickly as may be .possible.
Tiie man-Lemme gol I'm all
right, I can swim..
The ? girl-I don't care. I'm going
to save yon l want a medal.
Newspaper Man Keeomsseaes lt.
R. R. Wentworth of the St. James,
*Mo.) News, writes: Two months
ago I took a severe cold which settled
In my lungs and I had such pains in
my lungs I feared pneumonia. ? got
a bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar and
lt straightened me up Immediately. I
caa recommend lt to . be a genuine
cough and lung medicine." Many moth
ers write this reliable medicine cured
their children of croup. Hay (ever
and asthma sufferers say lt gives
quick relief. Sold everywhere.
6. A. R. VETERANS IN
Same Line of March as That
Taken Fifty Years Ago for
Pres. Andrew Johnson.
Washington. Sept. 29.-Historic
Pennsylvania avenue, up which the
union unny, a hundred and sixty
thousand strong, murched fifty years
ago tor review by President Andrew
Johnson, was Hued with thousands
wbo saw the remnant of tito legion
mareil from Ute capitol to thc White
House to bo rovlewed by Prosiden*.
Wileon. Tie weather was ideal. An
estimate placed the veterans in linc
from twenty to thirty thousand. The
event was tito crowning feature of thc
Grand Army encampment.
Lieutenant General Nelson A.
Miles, with distinguished army and
navy olllcurs as aides, headed the
NEW YORK ON SOUTH
Washington, Sept. 28.-A now pub
lien', lou hus hist been issued by tho
bureau of foreign and domestic com
merce, department of commerce,
which should be of r. high degree of
interest to all who aro giving atten
tion to tho problem of the extension
of our trade abroad, lt is entitled
"Financial Developments In South
American Countries," and reviews In
about forty pageB of a very clear and
forcible style the situation as regards
the currency, the money market, the
principal banks, and thc general con
dition of business in Argentina. Boli
via, Brazil, Chile. Peru and Uruguay,
during the laat two or three years.
Especial emphasis ls placed on the
results of the European war and the
j measures taken by tho various nov
ernmcnts, financial Institutions, ami
commercial committees to meet thc
situation thus created.
The author of this publication ls
Mr. William H. Lougf.\ vico presi
dent of the Alexander Hamilton In
stitute, who has recently made a
trip through thc countries treated.
Bankers, manufacturers and expor
ters who wish to obtain definite and
up-to-date information with regard to
tho present state of affairs in South
America as to credit extension, gov
ernment finances, currency con\ar
alon, emergency measures and pros
pective changes and reforms should
by all means acquaint themselves
with the content sof this book. It is
to bc had from the superintendent of
documents, government printing of
fice. Washington, D. C., for the price
of 5 cents.
New Giant Submarine Tested.
Pro vin co town, Mass., Sept. 29.
Navy representatives are gratified at
the satisfactory test of the new glam
submarine M-l built by tho Fore Riv
er Shipbuilding company at Quincy.
Preliminary trials were made yester
day. It is larger, it is said, titan
the famous German U-boats.
Eogene Schmitz Defeated.
San Frr.uclaco, Sopt. 29.-James
P.olfo. Jr., won over ISugeno E.
Schmitz In the mayoral I ty election
yesterday. Schmitz waa ousted when
convicted of conspiracy and trJed ta
come back. His conviction was set
asido by t&e supremo court.
Butch Protest Against The Use of
The Hague, Sept. 29.-Tho Dutch
government has made a protest to
Germany concerrnlng tho passago of
German airships ovor Dutca territory.
AT THE BIJOU EVERY
Wa hare HIM pleas In . boroo near Anderson To
.?To eoct of returning wo o If cr lrci?uond??m dinmont
.nd moat I i (?ru I ww to Birt who tJOUaa, tflichtlr
uaod bat lit prrfoct condition: eood UMV. Ills tarma?
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Suits or Overcoats
$15 to $40
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And For Tire? Ssmmen Mr*. Vin
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I bad dreadful nervous headaches sud
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I abo had dreadful pains It my back
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until it wore off.
I was certainty la a dreadful state ol
health, whee 1 finally decided to try
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believe I would have died ff I hadn't
After I began taking Cardui, I was
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I fattened up, and grew so much
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