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* HOPEWELL NEWS *
Tho cotton fields "hare all begun to
look Uko winter dn this section. A
great deal o? plowing is being done
to plant more cotton.
Not much wheat is being'sown in
this section, tho crop was as si ort
last year, and fertilizer so high ?.<is
year, tho farmers are discouraged ..n
wheat sowing, but plenty of oats aro
Dr. James R. Thompson has open
ed up an o.'Hce in t'.va Bleckley butltl
Ing and gone to practicing dontlBtry.
Mr. Clint Watkins has gone to
Athens, Ga., to take a busino33
course. We will miss him very much,
for he is ono of our . best Sunday
school teachers and church workers.
His place in the community can't well
Miss Ruth Martin has returned from
Oklahoma alter several weeks- sta./
with her threo brothers, Dr.,Chess
loy Martin, ?uo of her brothers re
turned with her...He anticipated locat
ing in South Carolina or North Caro
Miss Cleo Moseley is spending o
while with her cousin. Miss' Vivien
Johnson of Henea Path.
Mr. Paul Thompson of Furmnn uni
versity, Greenville, spent tho week-end
witt" home folks.
The W. M. 8. met the first Satur
day afternoon. They had a fine pro
gram and a good meeting, though
not many present. We had a letter of
thanks from Mrs. Grobusky for tho
many nice warm garments that tho
society sent her, for in such continuai
illness her husband she was in neeJ,
and certainly did appreciate them.
GREAT MASS OF PROOF
Reports of 30,000 Cases of Kid
ney Trouble, Some of Them
Each of some 6,000 newspapers of
the United States is publishing from
week- to week, nameB of people in its
particular neighborhood, who havo
used and recommended Doan's Kid
ney Pills for kidney backache, weak
kidneys, hinder troubles and urinary
disorders. This mass of proof includes
nvtir 30.000 recommendations. Ander
son is no exception. Here is ono of
the Anderson cases:
Charles Chapman, 136 Murray Ave.,
Anderson, says: ; "Exposure brought
on my kidney trouble. Often when I
stooped, r. sharp pain seized me in
the small of. my back and I could
hardly raise up. I had a too frequent
desire to pasB the kidney secretions
and the flow was scanty and terribly
painful. I had dizzy spells and dull
pains in the back of my head. - I have
used Doan's Kidney Pills for -these
spells and thoy havo always fixed-nie;
up in fine (?hape'./ l wouldn't be with
out them/5,1 \
Price ROc, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy-get
Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that
Mr. Chapman had: ' Foster-Milburn
Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. ,
.- We, are showing some beauti
ful sets of this popular beauti
ful and userul lvory in-Dresser
Sets, Toilet Sets, frlanicure Sets,
Etc. . .. . .*.>;.; :
NOW is an awful good time
to buy y?".r Christmas presents,
and lay them aside. Now your
selection is better than it will
bo later; and you will not be"
rushed for timo.
SEE SHOW WINDOW ,
The Cash Jeweler.
'Saving, determination^ system, c?ur?
t??y? kindness a? w*ll
? ?..1* ^^ftP^KfSiswSl1**
unlock all doors. . Systematic saving
is a key-^>;. success.; SAVE THE
DIMES. Cali today : and get one bf
our Dime Savings Banks, they will
PHAU CREW SOON TO
MOVE TO GREENVILLE ST.
WORK ON RIVER STREET TO
BE COMPLETED SOME
Ie Progressing Nicely and Will
L&ely Be Finished By De
If the plans of tho paving company
carry, tho paving on River street will
he fini?hod some time Friday. Tho!
binder is now being placed on the
south sido of tlie street between Ken
nedy street und Couchlin nvenuo.
On the noil'.i. side of the street the
binder *aas already been placed as
far as Coughlln avenue.
Tho foreman of the concrete gang
r>n Greenville street expects to finish
the concrete baso on that streot by j
tonight, and thc crew will thon bo
moved to ?Manning street. Part of j
tho base has already been laid on!
Manning street but tho work was 'acid
up because of a water main which had
Lo bo placed.
From Uiver street the asphalt crow
will go, to Greenville street and
will work-steadily ahead.' It takes ''
i little longer to . boat the saud in
".old weather in mixing' the asphalt
md this work can not be be carried
an as fast in extremo cold weather,
Aierofore, the paving company ls anx
ious to get tho job finished as soon
Tho work on North Main street Is
progressing rapidly. Tho street car
track crew is at work and.the city's
'oreo is putting in the drains and
removing the old Belgian blocks. Thu
:?ew on West .Whitner street lb mak
ing good progress, having compacted
the concrete work almost as far as the
power bouse. When this and the
track work on North Main is com
oletfid. ali nf the track paving -will
be completed. If the weather is fav
orable, it ls hoped to have all of this
lone by December 6.
WITH A DRAY WAGON
young JjRraes. Eliott^ Probably*]
Fatally Injured Yesterday I
James Elliott, the young brother
of John Elliott,. formerly proprietor
of tho Olympia ice cream parlor,
was seriously and probably fatally in
jured yesterday afternoon when "als
bicycle collided with a. dray wagon
on Market street. The boy was still
unconscious last night and ft was
said that the physicians Were, doubt
ful as to his recovery. > '
James Elliott is employed by tho j
Bee Hive In the capacity of dcHvory j
boy and makes deliveries qu a bicycle..
Yesterday afternoon about. F : 30 o'clock
Ut? was riding down ??s?n s-ree:
turned; into Market. Coming ont of j
Market street was a dray wagon and
tho boy rah into it* t?o shafts striking |
bae boy in tho abdomen. This, ?a.ua
sd bim to be hurled violently to the
ground, his; hoad striking bard. There
are-several bruises on-his head and
lia seems to be pretty well bruised
up. The shafts did hot enter tho boy's
% The young man was .knocked un
conscious and lie was carried across
to tho city hall by '.ho driver of the
wag?n. A physician wa3. oummoned
and his injuries attended to, but last
night it whs reported that he was
still unconscious. .
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Following is the list of letters, r?e
ttiaining: uncalled for in tue postoffico
at, Anderson, S. C., for tho weekend
ing November 17, 1015. Persons call
ing ; for these will please ' say that
they:were advertised. Ono cont due
tm all advertised matter..
f->B-WiVli.'Benson.Wy ?. Bagwell,
j. A '.'jj Brown,-- Jamos. Bolman. MM .
Eilen Benni, Frank Beggs.
C-^Credltorp . Protoctivo Asan,
05?tciier Cl?mono, Mies Fannlei Camp
b?ll, J. B. Clark, Mrs. ..Tally. Childs.
t%. \?. Clarke, T. J. Crayton,, Mrs.
W. C. Compton, Mrs; C. S. Cray?
ton. .',.' : :" --*:<.?"
;D--T. IJ. Davis.
G-Mrs. R. GoMeU /
. ii_w. H. Holt, Peter T?ayn'c; Miss
Oler Hampton. Mlss.Fr ra Leetiojl?nd.
Mrs I ' Mamie HUI, Mrr. Mausso Har
rie; Fred H. HIB, Ziisd, Cela Hendrix
. K-pB. B. Keys;.. ;Jdjss .^aia
MTS,; Sue KoHum. ,
\M-~L. . Mhrtln. Mrs. Lola Me
Dowel.jtfrs.;Lunyi i*art?,yjr.V?, Mar
nhv, Fmor^M?iKey. i; .. ,
snSV'i->:;/t:;''':'"^ ..' -.
S&p-^teias Francis Ropers;
>0-T-W. C. Scott Vol va Sjteohe?s
<t??li ftmitb; T/- !>'.'. Sweot tt. D.
Smith/-afra. Lela ?prouse. H. E
fluWi, iT?aW iSadl?r, <*. ?, Sullivan
..T---W. E. Thompson. '
v-o. W. Valentine.
W-~B; A. XPharton,' Clftrencft
T form?, iSb^Oit Watson, .z Mrs, ? HatU
ircJl?c'ey. Kftthostm Williams. ,
ftlUsms.. I?, t F, Watson,
rn kftfioldv John Willbvms, Mr?. ? . JR
"atkins. , .-. i;. * . <. \*- ?
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* LEBANON HIGH SCHOOL *
The following program waa render
ed by tho literary society Friday u?
Music by Miss Edith Hutchison.
Dobate-Resolved, That a circus ls
of more harm than good.
Affirmative-Miss .Cecil : Copeland,
Mr. Malcolm Ducworrh'.
Negative-Miss Bessie HarrlB, Mr.
1.1 ?citation-Annie Laura Keasler.
Jokes-Miss Ruth Martin.
Life of Robert Louis Stevenson-El
Character of Stevenson-(Alva
Current Event-Miss Louise Martin.
Reading-Mr. Roy McAllister.
Recitation-Miss Fjath Brown.
Song by soc'ety.
Honor roll' for past month:
First Grado-Thelma Smith, Hester
Second grade-Monteg Kay, Non
Wallace, Nancy McAlister.
Filin gnuie-Clifton Wallace,
Sixth grade-Sarah Richardson.
Seventh grade-Georgia Welborn.
Eleventh grade-Roy Craig.
The honor roll was very small. So
many pupils had to be absent on ac
count of farm work. Hope better day j
now os farm work han been finished.
Miss Jayne Garlington was present
Friday afternoon and gaye second les
son in domestic science '
NEW FRUITS JUST ARRIVED
FOR BAKING THANKSGIVING CAKES
Big free seeded raisins are thc Cszr'S on the market ISc, 2
Extra fine cleaned currants, tb..15c
Crystalized Citron, lb._.25c
Crystalized Orange and Lemon Peel, lb .... .25c
New Halloween Dates (in bulk), lb. .15c
New Pitted Dates, package.15c
Cryataiizci Cherries and Ginger, tb..#.50c
New Persian Dates stuffed with pecan meats, box.25c
Fresh Majestic Hams. Thia ia the :%me brand of hams
we sold so many last Spring and gave such uni- Ol
versal satisfaction to our trade, per tb.?IC
10 tb bucket of Swift's Premium Pure Lard, b of
Extra fine butter, pure and sweet; the kind that spreads on thc
bread, per tb.'. . 35c
We 5- #1 the Best of Everything to Eat
ANDERSON CASH GROCERY CO.
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OT.-A MELON YE
$38,400.00 was distributed among the Sto
1 ?uesday, November 16, 1915. Did you r
j $24,000.00 worth of Notes were marked "Paid" *,
DID YOUR "HOUSE" BECOM E YOUR "H<
> rent houses pay the landlords for them every fe1
t a reasonable rental and then receive deed to'Yoi
Would You? Ye
?e than HALF the stock already spoken for. Onlj
R. E. Lig?n, Pres. ; ? t': -; ''\/^Ji?*MMto.
Po E. Ciinksca?es, Sec. & Tre
Cast-iron Shears break easily. Soft steel shears soon be
come dull and refuse to cut. AU poor shears work loose.
Then you have to press and grind the blades together every
time you try to cut. This means an aching wrist, cramped
fingers and perhaps loss of temper.
WISS SHEARS do not work loose but cut clean and smooth
any material, no matter how heavy or light, with ease and cer
tainty. " ' ' . ' . .
Call and see the many different styles of W?SS SHEARS and
SCISSORS we have, for every conceivable use.
SULLIVAN HARDWARE COMPANY
*' Anderson, S. C. . *
ckholder* of the
'f ; rf
_ - _
eceive a check?
nd handed to "Home" owner?.
to years. If you could rent ?
ar "Home" withfo a certain lime,
?.v-.ji . *
1,000 shares can he issued.