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WHILE IT LASTS
Anderson Paint &
Bear This in Mind.
"I consider "Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy by far tho best medicine In
tho market for colds and croups," |
says Mrs. Albert Blosser, Lima, Ohio.
Many others aro of the samo opinion.
For sale by all dealers.
The RAYO LAMP
YOU don't have to
spend the greater
Dart of your time
cleaning it-and won
dering why it won't
burn. The Kayo ' is
ci m pie in construction
and in design. It lights
without removing the
shadevand gives the
best sort'of light-- thc
kind that won\t hurt
Rayo" lamps are an ornament
to any home. They require
very Tittie,, attention--yet
always add to thc attractive
ness of thc room.
The Rayo is thc symbol
of efficiency--economy -
Use Aladdin Security
OH or Diamond White
Oil to obtain best results
in Oil Stoves, Lamps hud
Thc Rayo is only one of our
j many products thatbriutr com
fort and economy to the farm.
A&k for them by name.
Matchless Liquid Glow
Standatr. Hand Separator
; ' ?Eurcka Hariicss Oil
Mica Axle Grease
If your dealer docs not carry
these? tvriw to our nearest
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Iliohm?aJ, Vo. Char?ctton. 3. i^.
From 8 to II c
W. W. JOHNSON WILL HAVE
CHARGE OF NORTH AN
OTHER WORK IS
Southern Pubitc Utilities Com
pany's Part of ?Work W?! Be
Mr. W? W. JohnEon was yester
day awarded the contract to pave Uiat
section of tho North Anderson Full
way'a tracks from Greenville, street
to Roberts street, and work will in all
probability begin Monday. Mr. John
son will uso tho same forces that he
has employed on the -paving ot 1!?O
Southern Public Utilities company.
Tha grading crews cn North Main
street will finish their part of the
work for the latter company today,
and Monday they will be moved to the
track abovie Greenville street,
"Tlio grading crowa outf-it to get
through with our work tomorrow,"
stated Mr. H. A. Orr yesterday, "and
if tho weuther is favorable all of our
paving aught to be finished by next
Wednesday night. ThiB completes
the Job as far as the Soutfaern Pub
lic Utilities company Is concerned."
Tho street car track paving crews
have had much extra work to do on
North Main street as compr-rcd with
that done on the other streets. Owing
to tho fact lt'.at a portion on that
street is to be graded, the track
crews had to grado down L5 Jaches
before they really started on the
excavation for the concreto paving. In
all they have fiad to excavata to a
depth of 43 incheB, or nearly four
In grading North Main street the
paving crews will grade thc street^
so that the east side will be on the
same .level as the west side, This
will cause the street to bo graded
about 25 Inches on the east side.
RED CROSS SEAL FUNDS NOT FOB
Amorlcan Red Cress Director Urges
Furn! for Tnbercollsls I'reventlon. .
None cf tho proceeds from tlio sale
of iRed Cross Christmas .Seals, which
are being sold widely throughout
tho United States for the benefit of
tho anti-tuberculosis movoment, will
not be used for any relief purposes,
according to a statement by Emeut P.
Bicknell, national director of the
American Red Cross.
Mr. Bicknell says:: "The American
Red Cross is deeply appreciative ot
the sympathetic interest which- has
inspired thev suggestion from various
parts of the .United States that a cer- >
tain percentage of the Red Cross Seal
sales fund, which has been used for
tho last Bevan years exclusively for
the prevention and treatment of tu
berculosis in tho United States, be ex
pended thin year to aid the European
WKT sufferers. Willie the Red Crose
is -desirous of securing contributions
which will increase this war relief
fund; we ?lo not feel Justified is adopt
ing any policy which will tend to
cripple the tuberculosis ' work in this ?
country, dependent as it is for sup
port to KO large an extent on tho sale i
of Red Cross Christmas Seals. .Tho '
announcement that a percentage of
tho Red Cross Seal, money would go
to our war reitet fund might possibly
Increase this sale; but, la our opin
ion, the final results would show a
distinct loss-, in that part of the pro
ceeds going for tubritjuloBls work. '
? "Af the present time there are over
1,200 anti-tuberculosis societies dis- j
tributed through nearly every state
uv the union and even in Porto Rico,
tho Canal Zone and' far .off. Hawaii,,
which are dependent almost entirely
upon tho receipts fro ni the Red Cross
Seal sale for their work during the
year 1916. . The people of ibo United \
States must support this local war
against tubrculosls, which - annually,
kills 200,000 people and at the present .
time is leaving a trial of a million
Pcnfield. Repeats Request.
Vienna, < Dec. 3.-American Am
bassador '.Penfield repeated the re
quest to the. Austrian government to
make reply \o -the - American note re
specting the circumstances in connec
tion with tlio sinking of the steamer
Ancona , by an AuBtrlaa submarine".
Several-Americans !0st their U^?a la
First Coster-Well, poor old Bill's
Second Coster (scornfully)-Poor.
Indeed;. Luckiest bloke in the market.
Couldn't touch n?ff?nk wlfoutlt.tuvh
cd to mU?ey. .Insured 'is .'ons^-burn
cd in a month. Insured 'ianelf again
Tjaccldents-broke ls tarnt first week.- >
Joined 'the : Burial - So?iety Inst Tues
day, and how 'e's Topped 1%.. I call, it
Relock'to partake o
LET FOR I
WANTS ATTENDANCE '' ?
OF SCHOOL TRUSTEES
TO MEETING OF COUNTY
DELEGATION ON SATUR
DAY, DECEMBER ll
In Monthly Session Same Time
State Supt. Swearingen Will
Make Address to Them.
Mr. J. I?. Feiten, county superin
tendent of education, has written to
the trustees of tho nine high cchoolB
in Anderson county urging ' them to
bo present at. the public meeting of
the county delegation on December ll,
at 10 o'clock a. m., at which time
Mr. J. E. Swearingen will be pres
ent and will discuss school questions
ia Anderson county. Mr. Felton al
so wlfclaes all schooi trustees in the
county to bo present and liaten to the
suggestions made by Mr. Swearin
The letter to the trustees reads as
"Superintendent J. E. Swearingen,
at the head of the department of
education of this state, will visit An
derson, December 11th to talk school
matters In general wltl'j the educa
tional forcea of the county and with
the law makers of "the county. We
especially want the high school trus
tees of the county present as well as
the high school teachers. The meet
ing will be held In? the court room at
Tho Anderson County Teachers as
sociation will meet on the same date
in the WeBt Market school building,
at which time Mr. Swearingen will
address tfie teachers.
SERVING IN TRENCHES
London, Dee. 3.-^Lieut. W. L.
Bragg, who Jointly with his father,
Prof. W. H. Bragg, F. R. S., has
received the Nobel prlzo for physics,
ia serving with the British forces in
Flanders as an artillery expert. Tie
third scientist who was associated
with the two in their researches into
crystals cud. X-Taya, Henry J, M.
Moseley, was killed by a sniper's bul:
let in Gallipoli.
Prof. Bragg and IIIB son won their
medals by following up certain dis
coveries in the formation of crystals
made by Prof. Lave, a German scien
tist who himself won tho Nobel phy
sics 'prize in 1914. Ho developed (Jie
theory that an X-ray is a phenomenon
similar to ray of light,, but produced
by wave lengths many thousand times
smaller than tho inconceivably small
nravae n a a/vr?l a ? arl wttK li?-iw ' _
Prof. Bragg and his son hit.upon
a method of Investigation by \\Ulch
they obtained the knowledge as to how
atoms In crystals are arranged.
"To our astonishment," ho Bald, "lt
upset all tho^old Bet theories of crys
tallography and many other ideas ns
In. this work the pair were assisted
by young Moseley, who was rae son
of the late Prof. A. N. H. Moseley
of Oxford. Starting f-.om a certain
point of Lavo's researches into the
diffraction of X-rsys'in their passage
through crystals, the thrco, in. *he
words ot Prof. Bragg, "?pened up
vistas tho >?ifnlflcance of which Is. I
i'ro?. Lave, like Lieut. Bragg and- i
Um unfortunate Moseley, ls also a .
j-_:-.? - ; ?; ,
OLD AGE PENSIONS
Foremost Worker For Canso Dead Io
,. v. London.
Loudon, Dec., a.-r-Tho death of .
Frederick Rogers removes the fore- :
most ot the workers for the old ago
pension act and one ot the leaders of
the democratic movement In England.
Fjogers had a remarkable career.
Ho waa born in the .Vblted'.iapel dis- \
trlct ot London In J846 and got a Job .
os an.-prr?nd boy at 50 cents-? week .
at th? age of ten years. His father
was a dock laborer. When 10, be was ,
apprenticed to ? hookbindor", a trade
he followed for 21 years. Although :
practically self-taught, he learned to
read os a child and, early interested
himself in social and apolitical ques
tions. During bis long life he was e '
constant worker for social betterment.
He helped to establish the /university
extension system In the. east end; of
London : as well as ' the well known. 1
social settlement, Toynbee hall. His i
Son" was lately Wiled tri the tre?ch?a ]
at Loos. -. . :/,
^oysters fixed any ?<
HAS NOW BEEN COMPLIED
FOR THE MONTH OF NO
And Should Be Read-Shows Re?
ceipts and Disbursements City
Council During Month.
City Treasurer Scott has prepared
his financial report for tue month of
November, OB follows:
Bank Balanco Nov. 1.S5.093.O7
Ca:;ii on hand. G8.66
FineB.. .. . 730.00 ?
Cemetery lots. 187.50
Grave work. 85.00
Paving as3eBsmeuts. 2,702.04
LoanS. . G.000.00
Cost and pcnaltlea on exe
Property tax. 43.02
Street tax. 42.00
Sanitary inspection. 8.00
Street deportment.$ 1,527.84
Sanitary department. 791.69
Fire department. 602.90
cemetory department.. .... 1.055.70
Library appropriation.. .. 135.00
Hospital appropriation.. .. 166.66
Salvation army appropria . ,
tlon... . 50.00
Feeding prisoners. 34.95
City barn and house.. 830.68
Miscellaneous. ... 81.86
Building and office expense.. 103.14
Refund. v. 10.00
Will Allon case. 250.00
Cash on hand Dec. 1st.. .. 77.58
Bank balance Dec. 1st .. 8,163.56
Bank Balances, Dec. 1st.
Farmers & Merchants.. ..$2,039.95
Citizens National. 1.892.86
Bank of Anderson.. .. 1,834.44
Peoples Bank.. : .. 1,951.79
Dime Savings Bank. 444.52
Trying to Save Babies
Miss JnlJ? C. Lathrop.
No person in tho United Stater; is .
more interested In the care Of babies
than is Miss Julia Lathrop, the chief
of : the ' children's bureau in Wash
ington. Ever since she has held ber
place,, she has been, at work on this
subject, and is recognized as an au*
tho ri ty over the United States.
?-W.: . '? ?&??-. ' . '
%t&-.y War Signs ObMcrated.
Parla, Dec. S.-The traveler by rail
tram Nancy to Paris now finds little
tb be soon from .the car window to
indicate that the country on both
sides , of She line was .twice, covered
In retreat and advance by tho two.
great armies that, are still fighting
lust, beyond the ridges of.Champagne
and the forest .hills of tho Argonne
that are. visible to the north.
Beginning with Means, most of the 1
ravages of -battle Tiave -disappeared.
Ali blown-up bridges hava boen re- .
built or repaired and excepting an
isolated structure ?nost of the bom
barded buildings h?ve been repaired
at replaced: ?
More SerManB Captured. |
Berlin, Dec. 3<~TeutoiUc forces de
tested scattered Serbian detachments
southwest of Mltrovitsa, 'says official
reporti Twelve hundred1 Serbians
were captured. ''M???^&J&? I
D BE WITH US
svay you like the
YOUNG ?EN'S GLASS
? i II i >
AT ANNUAL BANQUET AT ST.
JOHN'S CHURCH LAST
MR. A. H. DAGNALL
Was Elected Teacher to Succeed
Dr. Nardin Who Refused to
to Be Re-elected.
About S5 youug uien were present
last evening at St. John's Methodist
church to attend tho annual banquot
of tho Young Men's Sunday school
class. lu addition several Invited
guests were present.
A delightful oyster and turkey sup
per was served by the young ladies
of tho Sunday school after wUich tho
business of electing officers for tho
ensuing year was entered into as fol
lows: Mr. Ulenn LasBlter was elect
ed prcsldont; John Owens, vice presi
dent; Edward Valentine, secretary and
Jes3e Whitten, treasurer.
After the election of these officers
Dr. W. H. Nardin, teacher for the
,past tinco year?, uade an address.
Ho reviewed the work of tho class
whidv he organized in the beginning
with only five mombors and congra
tulated tho young mon on their loyal
ty. Ho stated that ho refused to
,Bervo as teacher for another year and
that he hoped that tue members of the
claBS would' show, their appreciation
of his work by not insisting on his
continuing as their teacher.
The name of Mr. A. H. Dagnal'.
was suggested as teacher and ho wat
elected for the next year.
All of the now officers woro called
on tor speeches and they responded.
Tlio reports of the secretary and treas
urer wflr? very complimentary to the
class. The former's roport showed
that the avorago attendance for l?e
past year had been 21 and the latter's
-showed how tho class had maintained
their native missionary in China.
Mr. O. M. Heard made a very In
structive address, telling tho young
mon that the eyes of U-o people ot
the town were watching them and
how everyone admired a young man's
loyalty to his church.
The meeting came to a close about
To Cut Big Melon.
Pittsburgh, Dec. 2.-The directors
of tho National Transit company, oil
carriers, a former subsidiary of the
Standard oil company, will meet in
OH City. Pa., in February and vote
to distribute $6,303,78'? .among tho
SfeMOBE BUYING DAYS*'
UNTIL XM AS-^
By Being Conilan?y S?ppftcd Witb
MeDuir, Va.-"I Buffered for seren?
years," says Mrs. J. B. Whittaker, ol.
this place, "with sick headacre- ind
stomach trouble. I
Ten yea? ago a friend told me to tri
Thedford's Black-Draught, which I did,
and I found it to be the Best family mcdl-,
Cine for young and old.
I keep Black-Draught on hand all the
time now, and when my children fee! a
little bad, they ask me for a dote, and ii
does them more good Utan any medicina
they ever tried. J
W?. never have a long spell of steif- -1
ness in our family, since we commenced
wing Black-Draught'-' |
Thedford's Black-Draught la purely'
vegetable, and hat been found to regu* I
late weak stomachs, aid digestion, re*.
Hen? indigestion, colley wind, nausea,
headache, sick stomach? . and similar ,
symptoms. . < .. jj
It has been in constant use for mort
than 70 years, and has benefited more
than a mfiiion people. I
Your druggist sc??s and recommends
Black-Draught, Price only 2Sc. Ott a
eackage to.-day. H. cm
Our ttrrh of Christmas neckwear, put up one in
beautiful Holiday boxes is very complete indeed.
We can suit your purse and hit hb fancy easily^
Prices 50c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.50
T. L. Cely Co.
The Christmas Store For Men.
NOW LOOK OUT
Better come in at once and select your
Ours are the kind that save fuel bills and make wann
homes. A home comfortably heated day and night ts the
greatest luxury of winter life.
We have mern in various styles and sixes.
Sullivrn Hardware Go?
Anderson, S. C Belton, S. GreenrlUe, S. C.
An Important Decisi?n
For the Coffee Drinkers
of Anderson : : : s
DID YOU KNOW
That Chase & Sanborn's Roasted Coffees are the best to
drink. Pure and wholesome.
That Chase & Sanborn's Sea! Brand Coffee is ir, a class by
itself, has no equal, lt is served in the leading Hotels, Din
ing Cars, Cafes and High Teas, lb................... .40c
DID YOU KNOW- fi ^ \ ? _ ???
That Chase &. Sanborn's Superior Coffee is the best Coffee
In the world for the price. Put up in air tight packages, not in
tin cans. If you want a tin can go to tin shop and buy .one.
it will last you a life time. Only 35c tb, 3 for...... .$1.00
DID YOU KNOW
That Chase & Sanborn's Choice Coffee, better known as the
"Blue Package Coffee" goes into more homes In Anderson
than any other one brand of Coffee. We have customers who
have been using this Coffee for thirteen years without change.
If you want a medium priced Coffee, mild flavor, the best
money will buy for the pric? try l lb, per lb ,......... .30c
DID YOU KNOW
That Chase & Sanborn's Little Cuba Coffee is the kind that
appeals to the old time Coffee drinker who likes his Coffee
three times a day, lb. -28c
' - \ SPECIAL SATURDAY:
6 lbs Santos Pea'oerry Coffee for.. .$i.Cf0:
7 lb s Rio Coffee for. ?**?00
We Guarantee Every Pound of Coffee We
Sell or Money Refunded, '':Vy^M?
ANDERSON CASH GROCERY CO.
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