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Just a Little Exercise ror Stout Ladies.
Idti Seimon Doing "The Crab"
"Why. it Ja tuc easiest thing in the
.worin," said Ida Schuoll nil around
woman' athlete. You may see . the
sn iii ? on her face, and tho lack of
strain that "dqing the crab" ls not dif
ficult for .her. IC it were difficult her
face would enow the strain of thc
"It In just a nice little exercise for!
fat'ladles," .sho said. "When you bend j
over that way, and .wa)k along on
your'hands and feet a little lt pulls
tho muscle-; of your stomach. It will
pul: all the fat from them.. If you I
do this . for a month you will lose |
most ?f your fat."
United States Government Assay of Lead
ing Brands of Plated Ware
Proportion of . silver
found in each half-dozen
Gorham Sllvor-plato (Only Grado Mfgd.J'^
Community Silver-plate' (Best Grade)
Recd. & Barton , . .
Holmes & Edwards (Best Grade)
Wm. A. Rogers' ' (Reenforced Ser'-lonal plate*'
Rogers & Bros. ("A-l"):.
Gorham silver'plate has t\ie lustre of'sllver and. the longevity, of
silver at: a fraction of the[cost; and while so much heavier and better
than any other brand of plated .Gorham costs yon no more.
Exclusive Representadves in Anderson
There ?re tiinjeifneveiiywoman's life when she "
needs a tonic,io fcglp. he'/. over": the* hard- places;. ~
Wnen that tint?- comes to you, you know what tonic
to, take1-CarduVtho woman's tonic. Cardui is com
posed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act
gently, yet surely, oft the weakened womanly organs*
and helps build them back to strength and health.
It has" benefited thousands and- thousands of weald
ailing women .in'its past half century of wonderful,
success, and it will do the same for y cv.,
You can't make a mistake in taking
Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4fA Ima, Arie,
says: "I think Cardui is the gre?test medicine on earth,
for womeru Before I began to take Cardui, I was.
so weak and nervous, and had such? awful dfczy
spells and a iidor appetite. Now ? feel as weii and
as scOiigtas I ever did. and can eat most anything."
taking Gardui today. Sold - by al! dealers.
U, S. Battleship "South Carolina1'
December ?3tk to 17ih, 191$
Tho Southern Com?i?rc?al CongreDS
'wilVbo'held a^ Ci^^t?d December
.13th to. i?&??j^
. lion. bf pr??miaent business men from
ali over iho^outh ana.. meetings ore
held; each year for the purpose of dls
. vUBHlng bU:im;;st; we?i?re, boin ot tho
mami???tur?r uud.ot tho fnrmar;;Xast
year tho i^hgreas was nfic* ti. Okla
homa Cky and the./.yoar - before at
Td?b?? c. Wi?u y?ar tho meeting ts to.
bo held niJCh?r?ijston afid very many
aita .of ?iri^l^V.hoMW1'8.?-' B<$M
publlrt life have al reidy accepted !&
members of tho Cabinet of the^flW^
dent /'-Vthe United' StiteS will b* fcrefhi
Vnt;at^tiio meeting. ? . '[ :
. A sn'uadrun of the ; Atlantic" Sleet,
Torpedo ^oatft( ^.nbmi?inea and Tor
pedo Boat Destroyers, v as weil" as \
Drcadnftughts, will bo in the Charles
ton Karbar, open for inspection ot the
'??bl^^'^^embor 14th and J5th, and
idlers Afc sthii time will-also have the
, iSonUiem Raliway ls arranging sp<?? j
Robert ?. Lee Chapter.
The Robert E. Lee ehapter will meet
on Friday afternoon at hair past three
at the home or Mrs. George' Tolly, !
With Mrs. J. R. Cooley, Mrs. W. E.
Gason and Mrs. Tolly ns joint boa
Mrs. Frank Cunningham ;has re
turned to her home in Greenville ot
ter a visit tp relatives here.
. Mrs. Herbert Harris leaves today
for ber home at Oeardstowu, 111., for
a visit to relatives.
.Mission Study Class.
The Mission Study class of St.
John'? Methodist church will .meet
Gils afternoon at four o'clock with
Miss Clara Osborne at Arlington.
Senior l'liilntiicu CMhs.
Thc Senior Phllathca class will
meet UIIB afternoon at half past three
with y.T?. Sam MuFphy and Tu rs. fal
ter Murphy at the home of the latter
on East Orr street. It is a very Im
portant meeting and the members are
urged to be present.
Mrs. Art:i-i* Ligon has returned to
her homo In Si.artanburg after a visit
to her daughter, Mrs. J. Haller Glb
Mr?. J. E. Watson left yeaterday
for New York, where she will join Dr.
Watson, and they will spend ten days
there. Dr. Watson has been taking
a special course in children diseases J
at Harvard lor two month:;.
lie will return homo with Mrs. Wat- j
Mrs. F>. ?. 'Webb leayos today for
Florida where she will spend the win
ter, v I
Delightful Meeting. J
Mrs. E.. R. Horton was the sra-,
clous hostess for Cateechee chapter JV,
A. R. , when they held their regular |
monthly meeting at her pretty home
on WeBt. Market street.
T'.io attendance was very good ?nd
the meeting a delightfully pleasant j
one as well. as - a most Interesting
one. - *
The program was as follows: Mw'..
J, R. Vandiver read tho report of tim
regent, Mrs. Calllson, at the recent
convention hold in Greenville. Mr..
Phelps Sasseen gave a short, but in
teresting" account of the Greenville
convention. - This waa followed by a
beautiful duet by-Mrs. W. H.- Nar
din and Mrs. T. L. Cely with Mrs.
R. Yt. King as accompanist.
Mrs. J. P. Sullivan read a welt
written abd instructive paper, giving
an account of the colony, of Lord Card
ross. *i. poem, entitled, "A Legend
bf- South! Carolina by Martha Bratton,
was"'.ready'!t>y: Mls?; ^Margaret- Evans?
During the social hour, the hostess
served an .elegant.menu.
*. * ? ?????^?^???t******
il PERSONAL J
jr*???*********?*?** * * .
. Misj? Isabell Petticord left on Tues
day for ber' home In Roanoke, Ga.
?. Mr, and''Mrs. Frank Pettigrew or
Starr were in thc city for a' few iiours j
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Watkins of
Pendleton were visitors yesterday in
Mr. Walter Pruitt or Starr wa3 In
the elly Wednesday.
VXirs. W. A. Clement of Belton waa
ia .the; City shopping-yesterday.
Mr. -W. H. Yates7 of Pendleton]
spent yesterday in tho city.
Mr. A. G. Moorehcadi of Pendle
ton wasi among .tho visitors yesterday .
Mr. C L. Langdon of Autun was
among tho visitors yesterday.
Mrs. Margaret Swicegood of Mucks-1
ville, N. C., is visiting Mra. A. LV ]
:-: *Mrs. Fannie McCurry,. Mrs. R, E.
Sparks add Mrs. John Finley of the
Mountain Creek section were among \
thb ' choppers In Anderson Wednesday...
How to Pronounce lt.
"Yes," said Lor de Dab, according
to. tho Saturday Journal, "ahls lo . a j
lurkeze ring.'1 '
"Excuse lbe/* said Berilo, "the icor- ?
rc-ct pronunciation of that ' word ' ls j
"'f?o, turkeze,, excuse mo. "
"l say-inrkwbise." 'vl^H^RI
.?'Well, Tot's go to a jeweler and ask
him." . .
'Wt." - " .
"in order to setClo ? wager," said
de>Dah to theJawolor, "would,you'
mimi telling mb if the coireci pronun
ciation of the stone in this ring ls
"The: correct pronunciation,V he
.said,': "is glass. "
The Latier.?ay Gossip Way-,
In the good old days a woman
could run out in tho backyard' and
exchange a piece b? scandal .with her
neighbor on the other aide of thc
tehee, but?now .she' has ^ walt until
she gobs tb ra .bridgeparty or a re
ception befOi-b^Bhe" cej? 'out,with thc
tn Use ^r0v?fi*3?lf?3r?
AMOUNTS TO $125,088.33
Bl ?UNG THE MONTH OF
LIVELY IN CITY
?And Changes Here Show That
$35,500 in Land Was
Real estate transactions were very
lively in Anderson county during inu
mouth of November, especially In the
city-of Anderson. The total number
of sales or transfers during this
months it as much as that of any
[other two months in the year. Ae
|?:oi?i!ng to t'.ie books in the ofpee of
the county auditor $125,088.33 chang
ed nands and of this amount $35,758.60
was in tho city of Anderson. The
utinouut foi* this city IB almost twice
is much, as that bf any other town'
IE-?i 1 or division'in thc county Cen
tvrv'lle township comes second wita
traur.fers amounting to over $20,
The records, ns shown In the ofllce
[of Auditor'Cmlth aro as follows:
? City, of Anderson.
J. P. Evans to T. P. Dickson, ono
W. P. Nicholson, J. P., to Mary
Miller Earle, one lot, $2,000.
R. C. McKinney to O. D. Ander-*
[son, one lot, $4,000.
CM. L. Bonham, trustee, to A. P.
I Cater and E. E. Elmore, one lot, $1,
[900.S ? ..
ti.- L, Rice and K. P. Smith to
Sarah Watson, ono lot. $500.
W. P. Nicholson, J. P., to J. R.
I Yandi vcr, one lot, $101.
Anderson Heal Estate and Invest
j ment C?nioany, to E. R. Horton, ll
Anderson I'.'.-al Estate and Invest
? ruent company, to T. L. CeJy, one lot
City.of Anderson to E. P. ThomaB,
BeaJ. A: Strickland to A. P. Cater,
I ono lot, $3e100.
W.. S. Div vcr tO. Mrs. Bessie S.
(Fretwell, one loti $1,300.
Anderson Real Estate and Invest
ment company to F. E. Alexander,
one'lot, $1,000. ,
H:- . P: Haley to'.Anderson Spring
Bed abd-Mattress, factory, ene lot $1,?
Nellie T. Townsend to Robert E.
[.Smith, one lot, $873.
Sallie.-" Rv Holleman to Mary G.
I Cllnkscales, one lot. $3,750.
J. W. Mitehelf to Anna Mitchell,
lone lot,'$600;' " " '
W. P. Niclio'Bon, J. P., to Julia A.
?Scott, ono lot, $000.
J. K. Philips to D. E. Gossett, two
Richard George to R. J. Gambrell
|and J. B. Agnew, bbc'lot, $1,500.
T. J. Clatworthy, ex., to J. F.
W?son, trustee, 315 acres, $10 and
1-8 Interest. Also 1-8 interest in Wil
Breada way Township.
I W. P. Nicholson J. P.,.to Walton,
I M*; Smith, 22 acres, $830.
C. E. Sullivan to l.oss Mitchell, 30
Mrs- Fannie Davenport to . J. J.
I Fretwell. 80 1-2 acres,'?' $4,330.17.
Ml "L. Bonhara trustee to p. D.
Henderson, 19 acres. $1,286.40.
.'' North Anderson Development Co.,
tb R. A. Mayl>dld, 12 d-10 acres, $1,
W.' J. M????? Lo J. a<. Floyd; one
J. T. Eskcw to Maggie M. Glenn,
14 3-10 acres. $4,500. .
W, S. Campb?ll to E. M. Wood, et j
al., one lot, $1,350.
R. Bailey Poole to G. H. Balles and
I Dr. J. O. Banders, 165 acres, $10.
Minnie McClellan to Joh? W, and
H,: D. McClellan,.40 acres, $.5 to each
; Of US felX.
Ceiraer .' Township.
I E. R. Horton to C W: Simpson,
one lot, $150. ; v
V J. J. McKee to J. F. Taylor. 5 6-10
acres. 225. * .
R. C. Gleason to W? J. Carter, 31
j 1-8 aero. $790.*
P. M, Whitefield to J. B.? Holcomb.
09 acres, $775. \,7-5?S>'s&
.Mrs. Nannie A. and T. li. Wooten
to J. Smith, 202 acres, $6.009.
. Mtggio A. Boleman ."to GU .IN.::;Cv
Boieman 230 bi'res, $700; .
-IC:-r' D. Griflln to J. J. Fretwell,
40 acres, $2,000, ?-6 interest, v -
Myrttl Owen and D. L.. Moore, to
W. B. Kelly, 53 acres; $2,650..
"Margaret A. Motts to M. AV H?nnl
.cutt, 15 acres, $900. .
George W. Anderson, to A. S. MuU
lllkin. 28; acres. $500.
: HaU Township;
T. J, Stmpacu to J? D. Simpson,.et
e.V., 50 18-100 acres, $6o0". -.: ...
C. Wi J Simpson tb Aniersob^Real
Est?te and Investment; Co.;- W:*M00
W. ti. Hayes to Feaster. JT RoMnv
sbtt; 76 ?-2 acT?a. $8?186.50.
Ilonea Path Township.
ahieBnb'M?dddx to .T, M. Made
Sfi.aeres, $3,0i)0. '
C, . H ? Cassa way to I'lhs T. Brod
92- acres, -.$1,000. .
E. I?, i Herndon to S. H. Whitlock.
? I. \-k acreB. $100.
Mlle. Alherva DeBorah Delighted
Many Patrons Both Afternoon
and Night Performance?,
Mlle. Alherva DeBorah, the Rrigltsb
classic dunccr, appeared at tho Aa-1
deraon yesterday at tn noun and last !
night In two Greek and Egyptian
dances, Val Caprice, and Anitra's
dance, and the "Salome Dance" or the
"Dance ot the Seven Veils." Tho at
tendance was very good, but nothing
Uko it Bhould havs been, for Mlle. Do
Borah is an artist rt* ras^e ability.
In ber graceful classic dances, Mlle.
DeBorah is a lithe, swaying, capri
cious creature of moods and motton
and duri: eyes and flouting draperies.
On tho stago she appear? as a primi
tive elemental thing-half woman and
half fairy. She ls a real part of the
ge ?xz interpreta and responds
tc the sweep and swing or tho rythm
Uko a slender flower Btcm in tho
Tho climax of tito performance was
thc Salome dance, made famous by
Gortrude Hoffman. Thc manipulation
of the seven veils caused much com
ment. Each one was distinct and tho
manipulation of these continues until
fh?ey are seen gradually falling from
tue beautiful figure. Salome is left
almost bare os she brings in t"ao
head of John, then after a wild and
fantastic series of gyrations, Salomo
sinks exhausted on the stage.
Mlle. DeBorah will appear at the
Anderson again today In two per
formances, one at 4:30 p. m. and;the
other at 8:IP p.' m.
How to Dose Animals.
After thrusting n struggling porker
into a barrel and pouring his medi
cine on and* not in him, tho amateur j
veterinary will do well to heed tho
following suggestion for giving medi
cine to antmalB which is. printed in j
the current issue of Farm and Fire- j
"When fluid medicine is to be glveu I
to .sheep, cattle, horses, or swine, a |
practical and simple form of drench
ing tube can he mado by taking a i
piece of rubber, tubing one-half Inch
in diameter and about three-or four
feet long. Affix a tin funnel to one-)
end of the tube and a piece of Iron or
b; ?HS tubing four to BIX Inches long
at tho other ond.
"When drenching, inBert the metal
tube Into the animal's mouth back j
as far OB the-metal ttbe will reach,!
then elevate the funnel end and allow
tho drenching medicine to Blowly pass
into tho animal's mouth. Care Bhould
be taker? not to raise the anlmala's
head too high--just high enough to al
low the medicluo to gradually y-flow
back tb the back'part of'the mouth.
"The.'medicine can he checked "If
I flowing too fast by pinching the! rhb
I bor tube.
"In most cases It is better to drench
I thc av.lthal while standing, , and in the
j case of ;-heep, lt tho medicine is given
in a standing position,, the gasoline
remedy or similar worm remedies
will pass directly to the fourth stom
ach, whereas if the medicine. Is given
when the sheep 1B placed on its
haunches or In a sittlcg position the
medicin? has been fourni to be less
Jimson-- How ls your rheumatism
BllBon-It is getting ale""? slowly,
I but I'm feeling hopeful now;'
Jimson-I'm ] glad to hear that.
BUson-Yes, lt commenced In my
feet and has gradually workoa* .up to
roy shoulders, rm in hopes that In
about a week lt will go off* into roy
?hat.-r'Xew York Globo.,
'The AyreBBes occupy tho etrcet
floor, I .understand.. Do they asso
ciate with the people in tho other do
'*No, indeed; they consider, those
who. Uve above themi beneath.-them.'.
-Boston Transcript. . /.vii
(?fun ob ?ml Country life.
Probably the largest conference on
j such and country lifo ever hol-1, In
the United States ls planned for, Be
et mber 8, 9 abd 10, at Columbus,
Ohio, under the auspices of tho Fed
oral Council pf Churches ot Christ in
Amorica Sooth C?rollqa : Svlll bo
repiesentcd by tho Rev. W. H. Milla,
of Ch-msou College, tn chargo of coun
try, church i'work ?i this state. Pr?Bl
?ant; Wilson nnd many other of tho
best known men of the tiaUon wlU b?
present. Church and country nf?
work In ail its phases wilt be dis
R. C.' Witherspoon; 163 acres. $5,(
. YawMes, Township.
M. Li. Bonham, trustee to A. C
Kennedy,\6 l?-ioo; ?crea, $61$.
"i 0>fv ?/. Bonham, trustee to J. A.
Xyone, ?5 acres. $4,372.60:
Anderson Real Estate & Investment
Co., torP. R. Cheek, bae lot f 50.
> Annie D? Pruitt lo W..L'. Hayes, 105
; M: D,i Bonham, trustee to John P,
j@SSS?j?f,Jr,, on? iot.v $i?96; ' ? "v
, C. C. Good to J. .tt^. Rainby, one
iot>; $200 abd other cobiid?.ratibns.
.i^^da'TBIm^o?/'.^??l?y to . Pi.;.: J.;.
Simpson, 85 ;a?reb, *2,?0O.
I,. D'.. Jennings los R.' X*. Clinki
ly. D. Jebuinfes.to R. Ii. Crulks
?t?teS and May McPhall Allen. 22 itytii
$2/000. :.:; . .?
J, B. Cobb ie Vf. Ii. Welbbru, six
ijr ?; Jerkings ; to,.'Olive Av Peace,
i !pts, it? ?nd. other" considerations.
Alice W. Davenport to J. R ?.. Smith,,
24 acres, f 1,241,3?.
t/i K ; Nicholson; Jd dre probate, to
W? K. Hudgehs Sud J C ~
A dandy Christmas sug
gestion, certainly more ap
preciated, why not make up
one of these pretty robes for
one remembrance. T h e y
cost a trifle of what you'd
have to pay for the ready
mades. Quite a good assort
ment of pretty patterns
ready for your selection.
You'll find here just lots
of things you can make up
for your Christmas gifts.
Suppose you come in today
and look 'em over while the
stocks are fresh.
Remember AU Coat
Suits 1-3 Off
Frc alden t. V.. P. ?>u? Caaalaft
II. B. CampBclL Amt* Ccshjer. ;
Beltco, S. C.
?&W> ? \ f or ; #5 e i
THE ANDERSON1 FLQBJ^?Q.:'f|
l'liOMi all 118? HAUSHAM. ATE. j
MEMBER OF FLORISTS THLEGSAFH DELIVERY ;
but not a joke. A complete painting outfit conU.>jrticg every-.
th??iyior painting y ocr Ford or any car of similar sir?i-^nalsty
the fejc.stJ \l?f$$f?y
The Joh. h easily done-simple and inexpmsive. . .
. ' ' .. ..- - .
Only a few hours work and three days for. the.:|E^i^\^: 4ry?v.
Foiiow directions ffivcn on each can and your cor Ss again ready
for ina road, lt will be o dmdsnd-poying im*estment for you to
Renatat Your Car
Vim get an extra ye*r o? aervico or if you w&nl So sol) or
trade your car, repainting increases its selling vako 18 i? 20;
tones the coat of painting.
Don't let rmi est up ycjsr car--paint ii nov?-it only .lake? :
Thr^ Cans-Tiafcc Dollars
fSjf\ Contafcs e^eiy?Lang for rc fi ms hi u g yoar C&r
Foll dtr?ftt?oni OT? each
For Sale By