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OPEN NOSTRILS! END
A COLD OR CATARRH
How To Get Relief When Head
and Nose are Stuffed Up.
Count fifty! Your cold in hoad Or
catarrh disappears. Your clogged nos
trils . will opon, the air passages of
your head 'will clear and you can
breathe freely; No more, snuffling,
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or headache; no struggling for breath
at night. '
Get a small" bottle of Ely's Cream |
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PIEDMONT & NORTHERN
RAI?LW?Y COMPANY i
ANDERSON: _ ,;
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IF HAIR IS t?BNlNB i
Here's Giano^o&eVa Recipe to
Darken and Beantify |
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That beautiful, even shade bf dark,
glospy hair chn only/: be had by brew
ing a mixture "of Sago Toa and Sul
phur. Your hair ts your charm. It
makes or mars the face;- . JNh&n lt
fades, turua gray, streaked and looks
dry, wispy ??td scraggy, just an ap
plication or fwd ot. sago and Sulphur
onhaicei^Its appearanco a hundred-;,
. Don't"bother' to prepare -the tonic,,
you can get from any drug store a 50-.
cent bottle of "Wyeth's Sage and Sul
phur Compound."- ready to usa .
con always-hefted to bring
b?ok the: natural ?oloh thickness aad
.r : lustre;.fot\?jteur- hair and.remove dan
druff, atop scalp itching and falling
hain - ,
Everybody uses "Wyeth's" Sage and
Sulphur because tt'darkeps sb -
ally and evenly tha^ aebouy <
it has nowt applied, '. Yob simply^i
pen a sponge or soft bruah WjUr it
and draw this through th? hair, tek-,
lng one small strand at a time; ny
. .^eVjoing'.th^.;gr*y ? hair has disappear
ed,; andafter Snottier, spplication tt
glossy, lustrous and abundant.
SERVICES AT GRACE EPIS
COPAL CHURCH BEGiN
REV. R. M. MARSHALL!
Of Clemson College Will Do!
Preaching in Anderson-Rev. J.
H. Gibboney to Greenwood.
At the last session of the general
Convention of -tho Episcopal clttirch,
.a committee was f appointed to for
mulate plane for the conducting of a
preaching mission throughout the
United States. After many months)
of work thlB committee has succeed
ed in making complete arrangements
for tho holding of such a mission in
practically every parish In this coun
try. Tho timo generally appointed
was the advont season which be
gins Mils ysar with Sunday, Novcm- j
ber L'Sth. Bitfhop Querry has an
nounced to his clergy that every
parish in tho dloceso of South Caro
lina will have a mission during Mile
season... For this occasion tho rec
tor of Grace church hes secured the
services of the Rev. It. Maynard Mar
shall of Clemson college, who will
conduct tho mission in Grace
church for- one week beginning on
Monday, November 29th. Tho prin
cipal service will be. a. preaching .ser
vice each ovenlng of the week. Tho
joirpoBe of tli(s mission, is. to .present
the call of Christ and His church to
tho community, and', to. deepen . the
spirituality and zeal of all His pbo
plo. A fullor account.of the servicop
will appear In this paper later. Tn
all these services tho "?ubllc ls cor
Tho Rev.1. J. Haller Gibboney will
go to Greenwood right after the mis
sion is finished here for t'Lo purpose
bf preaching the mission in that
AT THE THEATRES
?-. -Elsie Janis in "Twas. Ever. Thus," |
a delightful photo comedy of the art
of love making from- tho prehistoric i
down to the present day. "Will hoi
presented by Bosworth Incorporated,1
at the Anderson theatre for Monday,
Elsie Jonis impersonates three en
tirely different girls, b bare limbed
belle of. the Cave Dweller epoch, a1
refined daughter of the Boston aristo
cracy of 18C5 and, an up to the minuto
New/York novelist o? the present day,
He^ yithleiip vigor ,as. t'iiie?firstv, her
grace :with 'the dimcujt crinoline ba
tho second, and h?r 'stylo'.asid charin
as tho third prove ah infinite variety
and delight to this extra-^noneyB
wortb program. .
"The Prince of Pilsen
Ono of the ch ? reasons for the
long continued popularity of Pixtoy
and Luders' musical comedy r "Tue
Prince of Plleon," which comes to tho
Anderson theatre, Tuesday, November
23, is that it has not been allowed to
deteriorate -bi any respect, but is kept
keyed up to the standard of excel
lence, which, ls the final wordi la
theatrical production. Tho numerous
song .hits in this production '?ave en
enduring grasp on public favor, "The
fVTessage ot the Violet?*: "The Tale of
the Sea Shell," "Tho Stein Song," with
Hs ringing, swinging Heidelberg
chorus, "The'Song of tho Cities'," and
"Pictures In Smoke" all have success
fully contributed, to this splendid, en
tertainment. The company that- will
I present this, delightful musical bbmr?
dv Ia headed- by Jess Dandy, long
identified with the role of Hans Wag
ner, the "Zit?zini\a.bi'' brewer'. In tho
e&pportlng cast are . found tho name,*
of Edward T. Mora;' Earl jMcHaffle;
Geo. Meyers, Mabel Harris, Irene
Duke; Florence Hansel; Helen Fitz
patrick abd Dorothy'Delmore.
Tho orchestra always a feature iii
this production will bo ?under the di
rection of V?ctor Clark
$ifMr.- Wilson and a Second Term.
Whllo .the Democratic platform en
dorses the Idea of one term for a pres
ident. Mr. Wildon himself has never
had anything to eay on tho subject,
other than, that' the matter is in tho
hands of tho people. He has already
shown that a party ; iplalforni ls not
superior to tho woll being of the coun
try, when he got congress to deal
honestly; with England in keeping a
cbv?na.nt.on Uio,matter.of canal tolls.
.Mr." Bryan, who was not tho party
nominee, had a lot to say about this In
tho last campaign. Mr. Wilson'jp a
'otter to Co?grxitjsman. Palmor declar
ed- til at he wocld not offer- ty^?uc*
the party was
he;v/"buW.noi ?oci?nv.- But'-hit >uu?ght
lt improp?rtbr a president; to build up
a political machine hy the; Use ot pat
ronage.' ' He -favors preferential prim
arlas, even for. tab nomination; for
* It begins to atmearrnow that. Mr,
^Wilson will be the chole? of the Demo
cratlc porty and of the. people of the
twited,States.. In'some ways. Mr. 1
Wilson is stronger than his party; \)
On the bole issuo of the tiri ff tho
party is ybt on. trial, hut Mr. Wilson
is made geed: wfth. his federal re-'
>rVe ba?kla^ law, <:
. Since getting a new secretary of
State ?fr. Wilson's" U'iniiaisri^Hon, is'
. also chowing moro: ot Intelllgoaco.
I manliness and dependability dn its
i ro?oigh policies; . There ia nb doubt
that Mr . Waiaon. ; vtol' bb .Usa party
? nominee, and all the rawhe?ds can't
GAME SEASON OPENS
LOCAL HUNTSMEN HAVE
BEEN ANXIOUS TO SEE
LAWS NOW RIGID
And Violators Have Little Chance
of Getting Away From Teils
of the Law.
Tho ?tune season opens tomorrow.
November 15, and this date has long
been looked forward to by members
of local huntsmen. Tomorrow the
hunter will take his gun down, fill
.?tts belt with shells and -will start
to the woods. Ho will not have to
call the dog for dear old "Bob," bas
been walling for this opportunity over
since tho first little, cool spell several
weeks ago. Tbero will not be
many blrd3 killed tomorrow, for most
ot tho fellows will be out of practice
and their exchse wit! be that they
just went oui to try the dogs.
. Game laws are now zo that f'.ioro
is little chance for the violator to
go unpunished. It is understood flint
attorneys have olgniflod their willing
ness to prosecute violators of the game
laws without fees and tills will help
a great deal la tho prosecutions.
The law framed in February. 1 OOO,
by'tira general assembly did not
change conditions for Anderson
county, bit. ky. Oconee county thc
date of tho opening of tho season
.was advanced from tho 15th of
October to the 1st of November.
. Tho substance of tho statute ls that
it shall be unlawful to hunt partridges
between "the 1st day of . March and
tho 15th of November* or doves be
tween tho 45th pf March and .the i "?th.
of August. Anyone violating this law
will n'pbn conviction bo fined $10
for each bird killed, or imprisoned for
one day" for each dollar fined. .\uy
bird Wiled lu violation of f-ite lav
shall be confiscated and sol.t to the
highest bidder, and the proceeds
transmitted' tc the state treT?uvi>r *n
the credit of tho game protection
fund. . .
It is unlawful to keep any game
In cold storage or rdf rigor atora,. ox
cept In private d W?llings.' .
An interesting section of the law
is where lt ia unlawful for any per
son to kill more than 25 partridges
or doves during any one day In soar,
son. Sentence of $25 or Imprison
ment, for 30 days is the penalty for
violation of tho . statute. -Tao law
also, prohibits tho buying or selling
of game. Provision is also made
for tho shoot lin; of "the wild turkey,
quail, woodcock and doer; but ?Ince
game or this kind ls not found
in. this section of the state,, the law
would; not be of ^ntejreajj, locally.
The -Rentonccs to 'be imposed for vio
lation of; the game laws are so ar
ranged that cases como witftin th?
jurisdiction of the magistrates' and
justice will therefore be easier had.
The bunting laws have elven the
general assembly considerable thought
for some years. An effort has been
made to so legislate that sportumeu,,
may secure the maximum amount ot
pleasure, consistent wita-" the preacrv'
ing of the species in sufficient abun
dance. Frequent revision in the l?w
has made thia a somewhat difficult
task? .But now that -mltnWo IUWB
have been, framed, a strict enforcer
mopt of the gamo will have to be
insisted upon in order that tho stat
ute may "not dwindle into a meaning-,
lette Jumble of wordB. '
_Fr?m all reports, game Is moro,
plentiful in Andersen county Utan
last ^ear.. . Tho partridges,:?re said
to be .mor?; numerbus' than ' in st-y
cra, - jumo,' V, bl i ? . droves are." also
present In large numbers. Practi
cally no squirrels are to ' h? found,
in tho imm?diate vicinity of An
derson, butait Is said that after ono
goes some miles in the more sparse
ly Inhabited sections of the county,
the little climbers are -to bo found.
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mm HAVE wit
THICK. GLOSSY HMB
Save your hair I Double its beau?
ty itt a few mcments-r
If you care for heavy, hair,' that
glistens, with ' beauty and,^P radiant
with lifo; has au lncompar<vl>J^ soft
ne>is and ie, fluffy and lustrous, try
. Justino application doubles tho ;
beauty ot your bair,, besides lt im- j
mediately, dissolves every particle-of
dandruff; you' cannot have nice, heavy-,
healthy hair if you have danuruff. \
Thia destructive : ?cart robs Ute. half
of its lustre, ita strength and its very
lite, 'and if not overcome, it 'produces
n feverishness and itchlrfg ot jtho
scalp; . the . hair roots' famish, loosen
and; di?; then .the hair fal ls ou t last;
If your hair has-been neglected, and;'
is thin, .faded, dry, scraggy or too
,oliy get a 25-cent nottlo of.Knowl
. ton's runderine at any drug store or,
toilet counter; apply a little aa direct-,
j edi and ton minutes after you will say
this was the htbi Investment ycu ever
! We sincerely believe, regardless of
everything elsa advertised, that If you
desire soft, lustrous, ^beautiful hair
and lota- of it'^-no dandruff-no itch
ing scalp and no1 more falling hair--,
you must use Knowle ton's Dandorinc.
If eventually-why not now?
Philadelphia Magnate Dead
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1?. A. V.
v. ; . .
Peter A. B. Widener. strongest
financial power,, in PliUndelphlu, a
city in which millionaires are com
mon, ia dead? in his eighty-first year.'
Mr. Widener, who began life ns a
humble butcher,, .was a member ol'
that street railroad combination made
up of William" ''C. Whitney and
Thomas P. Ryan of New York, nnd
W. L. Elkins. Thomas Dolon, and
himself of Philadelphia, which coh
trolled tho street raliway systems In
Philadelphia, New York and other
oltles. This was tho greatest cotn
b'lnntlcn of street railroad men thc
United fi?ntes has f yee . produced.
Fach made a fortune, and Widener
died worth $60.000.000. He anent largo
sums on foreign pictures, buying mora
of them than any other American
millionaire except J. P. Morgan, it:
An ,.Unf|t Companion.
Mrs. Atbertonohad tried to Im
press upon her young son, Eugene,
that he should play only with tho
"Mother," Bald Eugene, as ho
oame In onovday, , "you don't want
mo to play with wicked boys, do
"No, indeed," ? .said ! the mother,
pleased that heiM.^oir :ijmd: remem
bered, her teachings.
"Well, if ono boy kicks another
little hoy. Isn't ir) wicked for him to
"YOB, Indeed, U is certainly very
wicked," 'was the mother's reply.
"Ta'cn I don't play with Richard
Whitney any moro," sold Eugene.
. !..->_ ... T LI-LAJ 1.1?. ?J.I-.
i;u rt t mvnvM, i ^. <. ......
morning acud ho kicked me back."
Chicago Journal, j
U. S. Battleship "South Carolina"
GREAT CELEBRATION AT CHARLESTON
December 13th to 1 7th, 1915
Tho Southern Commorrlnl Congress
Wit) ho held at Charleston December
13th to 17th, 1015. This is an Associa
tion of prominent business mon from
nil over the Smith and mcotings aro
hold each year for. the purpose of dis
cussing business welfare, both of the
manufacturer and of tho farmer. Last
year tho yiongrcss was held at Okla
homa City und the year before at
Mobile. This year tho meeting ls to
bo held ot Charleston and vory many
men of prominent business, soc1' . and
public li f<! ba ve already accepted in
vitations to bo present
members of the Cabinet of the Presi
dent of the United States will be pres
ent at the meeting.
A squadron ot tho Atlantic Fleet,
Torpedo Boater Submarines, and Tor
pedo Doat Destroyers, as well as
Drcadnaughte, will bo in the Charles
ton Harbor, opon for inspection ot the
public, December 14lb and 15th, and
visitors at thlB time will also have the
pleasure of seeing a magnificent car
nival, jv*'; .
Southern Railway 1B. ar ran ging spe
At least four ' dal fare tickets and excursion trains^
Amas ..' '. ' ' n ur i iiiiilu'ifiiiiiii \tm
Low RonmMrlp rates for everybody offered by Ino
?fThe Progressive Hallway of the South.*'
TO ATLANTA, GAr-Goorgla Harvest Festival, November 16th to 20th, 1915.
TO CHARLESTON, S, C-Southcrn Commercial CunijreBi, December 18th>
CHRISTMAS IIOLIDA? EXCURSION FARES.
For specific rate> schedules or other Information, call op SEABOABi?
lKUWltll ()" VeTllO ' .
I'. fi- ?'(minion.
T. P. A., 8. A. L. Rwy.,
Asst. Gen'l Passcnffer Agent, :
. Atlanta, Ga.
..V'ii.'M:? i' ;.L :
:.>. 1$ Rfj$j[ !?|)<?. . ?
3J V ;,i..//;vj^*5<t
with highest favor the handsome apparel
? The style,and quality comparison o? Moore Wilson's garments are convincing features of their
superiority, which holds for t?rerra a stand far beyond the ordinary. Yet with the style?, exclu
sive patterns and quality always a feature of every garment sold Here, the price is no more, and
often not; so m^
On sale Monday and, next week, twenty high-grade Coat Suits. Every garment carefully tail
ored-every garment brim full of style, just the sort, of garments you delight in wearing :and
you can wear 'em now at a price that you pay for the ordinary kind. The sizes, colors and ma
terials ar?. well assorted, so if you come early you'll be apt to get the one you want.
$50.00, Two SuHa at. . ..... Jj.".....- ... .. . .$53.33
Sisea 16 to 42. Color?? Black, Navy, Gran, Gray ?nd
Tupr. Materials: B/oadc?otb, Gabardine, Rep-;, Serge and
$30.00, Six Suite at.. $20.00
. $32.50. Three Suite nt..$21.67
j $35,00, SevenSnit* ?ti.. $23.33
PTiSO?'On? Suit at,.. ... .$28,00
$38.50, One Sim ai... .._. . .$25.87 Novelty.
ALL SILK DRESSES 1-3 OFF
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