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FOR SALK OR EXCHANGE-For j
farm, one eight room bouse and lol
o? seven acres In town of Starr. Ad
dress Hox 185. Ilonoa Path, S. C.
FOR SALE-Agricultural Limo. Ap
ply nov/ to your gardens at rate of
from ono to five tons por acra-itu
cheap and there ls not a garden In
Anderson but that needs lime-ttl
will correct blight and sweeten
your sour soil and make your fer
tilization readily available. Phone
4G4, Furmnu Smith, Seedsman.
FOR SALE-One second hnnd two
horso wagon. \V. L. Drlsscy Lum
F HUMAN SMITH' has ?onie extra
choleo seed wheat for ',ale. It 1B
not too late to sow it and tho
weather ls favorable.-12-7-3t,
FOB SALE-Forty acres of land in
Hopewell Township, 3 rojm houde,
now two small houses on puhltc
road. Land fairly lovel and ls of
fered for one thousand dollars. W.
FOB SALE-Everything In tho Uno ot
frosh fruitB that aro in season:
nears, apples, bananoB, grapes,
oranges, IcmocB, cocoanut?, nuts of j
all kinds, and candlea that make j
.your mouth water, and at price?
that don't make you Bick either. J.
CAUDLE the Gasoline Man on the
.' cerner of Malu and Barlo Sts.,
wants - his friends and patrons to
know that the paving work does
not interior.! with his gasoline
business. Caudle needs tho business
. and Is on tho Job nt all timen.
FOB, BENT-A desirable furnished
room, with all convcnlouces, closo
iu. Apply to 126 Sharpo St.
FOR BENT-Furnished room on first]
jfloor, close In. Apply S cuto Intel- [
llgencer. , ' :
WANTED--To communicate with ul
young mon or 3 young ladies
ladles preferred-for a good prono -
- : ition, that will insure'splendid re
turn-*. W?1 cnl* on any addresses !
loft for J. W. Lomax, at Bellevue |
liotoi. splendid opportunity.
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WANTED-Ten hustling men to work
hore, and elsewhoro. Can easily
mako live dollars a day. Call at I
.004 Murray Avenue. 12-7-ltp. '
WANTED PEAS-We win pay you
highest market pr ic v.-. cash-or will
. exqhtingo Agricultural Limo-you
certainly need Um Lime for all your
maali grain cropB. Furman SmlUt.
Seodsman, Phone 464. li-13-1 ?H. j
WHEAT MEAL ' A breakfast food. '
Health restoring. Recommended by
physicians. Mado from native grain,
v Has a fine flavor. Serve as o thc:
cereals. Burrlss Milling Co.
ff ANTED--A good farm for ono of I
our customers. If yon have a farm
for sale wo will bo glad to consider
lt. Linley ii Watson, (Jno. Linley
W. B. WatBon.) .
TO MERCHANT TRADE-One car I
Toxa>l. Rod Rust Proof Oats, car j
nure short?, and all kindB of iced.
... Soo G. E. Turnor at P. & N. Depot
TO THE MERCHANT TRADE-One
. car cotton seed meal, car Snow
Drift irrigated wheat il o nr.- All
kinds horse, mule and cow feeds. See
G. B.; Turnor at P. & N. Depot
XxPEWBITER RE f-'A s RING-Best
equipped typewriter rebuilding in !
, . the south. Factory experts fer ai? I
,' : snakes, machines, your old machine
can be made as good aa new for a
small amount, C. C. Dargan, Hub
bard Building. 10-29-20t
COBite TO The Xuncbeonette when
v jon are hungry. Wo cook anything
*W4( is in Gcason, end (we cook1 it
ri' t Ask the manxWho eats here.
Sh ^ t orders served Quickly. Oys
ters any istyle. Next door to Union
. tS PLACING,your fire insurance, re
ifr" member that Frank; & . Decamp
buiilnees will bo appreslatod,
Quattlebaum & Cochran
Hove Moved Their Office to
THE BROWN BUILDING
Over the Dime Savings Bank
Dr. HENRY R. WELLS
Office F. A M. Building
Office 627-Phone?-Residence 66
Dr. C, Mack Sander?
Omeo 304-5-C Bleckloy Building.
Ofllce Phono 129 Residence Phono 149
Cfev?ho?K!? Trow!?"idse & Sr*sg? I
Kew Tb ea tro Ba?dtsg j
W. Whitnetf St j
C. GADSDEN SAYRE
4?C-4C6 BIccidey Bonding
Anderson. S. C
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i Notice of Final Settlement.
Tho undersigned admlnistratorofthe
cstato of Emma J. "Selgler or Emma J.
McAdams, deceased, hereby niven no*
tica that ho will on Jan. 4, 1916, at
o'clock a. m.. apply to the Judge of
Probato for Anderson County for a
final settlement of said estate and a
discharge from his office ot adminis
Ernest T. Selgler,
J. E.' Selgler.
WYATT, the $5 Coal Man has yet got I
coal to burn; he doesn't like the!
smell ot the smoko however, un
less como ono else has paid for the
coal. Ho aays however that he ls
. still saving the people lota ot money
on their coal bills. His phono la
WE'\nE"PAY?Nf? 60S ow ton for cot
. ton seed, selika hulls at $18.00 per
ton and will exchange 8 tona hulla
for i ton seed and 1 ton ot cotton
seed meal for ton of seed. Martin
Wood A Coal Co*
AGENTS WAN? ED~*
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BOOKER T. j WASHINGTON BK AB
Wo publish ono book written by
. himself, price 81.25; one <j written j
hy the well-known author Frederick ,
E. Drinker, price ooo dollar. Both. '
! absolutely authentic. Otufit of your
choice.- fifteen cents', or ' both for
thirty cents. R . L. Phillips Pub
lishing Co, Atlanta, Ca. 8t
Washington, Do?:. 7.-Estimates for
tilt? mont clair-rate program of expen
ditures over asked of an American con
gress In times of peace were submit
ted today proposing a tc-.nl outlay of
11.280,857,808 or $170,853,614 more
tiian was appropriated last year. Tho
great increase ls almost wholly due
to the administration plans for mili
tary' preparedness. More than $110,
(M ".Ooo of the total ls for direct ex
penditures on the army and navy, with
millions more to bo used in coast de
fense and other fortification work.
Hy establishments che amounts asked
Foreign intercourse. 6,426,69!
Indian affairs. 10,175,031
Panama canal. ??7,535,46!
Public works. 101,644,58!
Pnstol service._ 310,354,871
Permanent appropriations 135,07/S.G7;
T':e postal service estimate is de
dUctlble Prom tho total because its re
ceipts aro turned back to tho treas
ury. That leaves $969,492,929 ai thc
actual total of appropriations congress
I:; asked to make, or $107,853,401 more
than last year.
Not a sln?le establishment of the
government asked for less than was
given last year. Many requests were
made for Increases because of de
velopments of the war in Europe.
Tho state department asked for 1
many Increases, including $142,000 for
additional clerical force in the de
partment, $25,000 additional for the
salaries of charge do affairs, and $25,
0?O for transportation and subsistence,
and $200,000 Instead of v.e $75.000
asked for before to enable the presi
dent to meet unforeseen emergencies
alining in the diplomatic and consular
A large Item in the treasury de
partment's Increase ls $2,200.000 for
collecting 'the Income tax, an lncreaso
of $1,000,000 over last year which,
among other things, will be used to
biro 485 deputy collectors at $l,+00
per year compare .1 with 127 collectors
in 1915. The same department wants
$50,000 to enforce the cotton futures
The department of commerce asked
for many increases for gathering In
formation nt homo and abroad on com
merce, industry and manufacture.
Among tte items included are $250,
000 to promote and develop the com
mercial Interests of tho United States
and $100,000 to be devoted to the same
ends with particular reference to
South and Central America. For com
mercial attaches abroad $225,000 In
stead of $100,000 was asked; and $100,
C?0 was asked'in place bf $50,00 to in
vestigate the cost of production and
distribution of all artlclos which are
or may bo mado ?the subject of tariff
legislation with special rofcrenco to
tho prices paid domestic and foreign
labor, price of raw materials with t' ie
conditions in foreign and domestic
marketa affecting the American "to
gether with all facts that may bo nec
essary In tho customs laws." The"
same department asked $50.000 to usp
in -'ollcctln?; statistics of Internal ccm
merce and $50,000 to Investigate for
eign markets for agricultural, mineral
and forest products. An echo of tho
Eastland steamship disaster l3 heard
j in a request for an increase of $55,
?000 for rho ?it-umboat Inspection scr
' vice and of $3,000 for employment of
inspectors to prevent overcrowding of
i-,abor conciliators, tho labor depart
ment says, will need $75,000 Mis year
in place of $25.000. Tho children's
bureau asked for $17,000 more than
Tho department of agriculture ask
ed for $2.500,000, the samo as last year,
for eradication of foot and mouth dls
oase, $15,750 to enforce the cotton fu
tures act, and $110,280 to enforce the
lin ..etleide p.st.
Postmaster General .Burleson again
proposes to conduct the rural free de
livery service for less than lt has cost
in previous years. His estimate for
the service is put at $4S,500,000 com
pared with $53.000.000 appropriated
for tf?e year which ends June 30
The Interstate Commerce commis
sion asked generally for "little more
than last year but wants $3,000,000
WHILE IT LASTS
Anderson Paint &
132 North Main Street.
more for physical valuation work. Thc
federal trade comnilslon, which tame
into bein?; last Mardi, askH for its
first full year's work f544,5GG or about
?160,00<) more, most of which is to bc
expended in the salaries of attorneys,
Tho interior department wants $8.
247,000 for the Alaska ratlioad, com
pared with $2,000,000 apcroprlated in
Both tho secret service and the
bureau of Investigation of the depart
ment of Juctlce, which have been busy
witto investigations of an unusual char
acter cn of asked io?
IncreasoH, th? secret service to $225,
000 from $145,000 and the bureau of
Investigation to $550.000 ftcai $185,
000. In tho request for an increase
for the bureau for the first time ap
pears a statement that part of thc fund
may bo used In work for tho state de
partment. The department of justice
asks for $250,000 lnntcad of $200,C<30
*o enforce the anti-trust law3.
One aew feature of vie estimates
ls the Incorporation of a proposal for
a government monopoly of telephone
ind telegraph sorvlce in Alaska, Porto
Rico an-i tho Hawaiian Islands. It ls
proposed that the 'wires in these ter
ritories be acquired for the postolhcc
department by, properr proceedings af
ter appraisal by, the iv--;;a,to com
merce commission so liai ^ey may
bo actually taken over by Jui; L, 191G.
Tho postmaster general wejld be au
thorized to license private parties to
construct and operate lines but Willi
the reservation that the .government
might buy them. Thc sum of $300,
00O ls asked for the purpose.
The usual estimates are submitted
for tho up-keep of western mints and
assay offices which are the subject
of attack at each session of con
The pension? hill/apparently ls one
of the few decreasing items, $160,000,
000 being askoi ht place of $164.100.
000 last year. , For : public buildings
the estimates are about $3,000.000 less
than last yoar.
For the Panama canal exclusive of
fortifications, etc., the estimate ls
$19,301,309 compared with $16,940.
000 last year. For the reclamation
service tho estimate is $13,930,000 over
$9,938,000 appropriated in 1915.
AMOUNT WASTED FOB
RIVERS. AID HARBORS
Estimates Made By Army Engi
neers for Guidance of Sixty
? Washington . ?o6. (J.-Almost $46,
I 000,000 ls asked by tho army engi
neers for maintenance and Improve
ment cf rivers and harbors for tho
twelve months beginning July 1,
1916. Estimates for that work sub
mitted to congroas today cal lfor .up
pibpratlons aggregating $45,339,510.
'1' at amount is $7.538,303. less than
was estimated last December wr.ild
bo required tor tho year ending on
July 1 for which ;after a. filibuster la
tho senate defeated the rivers and
barbers appropriation bill, $30.000,
000 was appropriated in a lump sum
to be tided among projects selected by
the secretary of war.
Tho great commerce-bearing rivers
in tho new est?malos demand tho
largest portion of the - mou ey, the
Mississippi leading with a call . for
almost $10,000.000 with the Ohio tol
lowlng with $5,609,500.
The country's greatest port of for
olgu'commerce, Now York, asks more
than $2,000.000 for channels mainten
ance and improvements over its large
area which includes the waterfront
and rivers in adjoinlug Now Jersey
and Long Island. ,
Estimates for the largo waterways
Mississippi river from the South
west Poss, La., to pokegama Reser
voir, Minnesota, $9,082,000, distribu
ted as follows: Southwest Pass, $850,:
COO; Head ot Passes to the mouth of
tue Ohlw including .expenses of the
Mississippi River commis:,lort, $6,
000,000; mouth of tho Ohio th an 1 In
cVjdlng tho mouth of Missouri $1,
000,000; mouth of' the Missouri to
Minneapolis, $1,000,000; lock and high
dam cor ? tr act ion bc tween Mluneupo
' Hs and St. Paul. $?T0,?Q0; mainten
ance between' Brainerd and Grand
Rapids, Minn.. $2,000; between AVln
nlblgoshish and Poskcgaraa Reser
1 - Missouri river from its mouth to
Fort Benton, $2.270,000. distributed'
ps ffi?lowB: mouth tb ?5 nea*.-City, ? 2,
100.000; Kansas Cit" .'vi Si-nx City,
$26,000; Sioux CUy to Fort Benton,
1150.000. ; ; :' ., . / ... '
Olio river .from ^inouth Ito Pitts
burgh, $5,509,600, dis tributed ' as fol
lows: lock and ds?^-fic?ns'truction
with.a vlow to securing, a navigable
depth of nine feet,'beider 'Pittsburgh
15,000,000; continuing. improvement
I Hudson Tiver,, ,$2.670,00?, distri
buted as follows: continuing Im
provements and maintenance, $1,970,
000; channel, from Hudson to East
! river, $250,000; continuing improve
ment of channel tn New York harbor,
! Delaware rive*1 from Pittsburgh
Landing, Ore., to the ?ea $2.502,000.
St. Mary's river, Michigan $1,
! 800,000; Tonnes soo fiver $ 2,601,00 0 ;
Cumberland river, *7HMH>0; y
South' Carolina: .Wacoamaw ri vor
$20,600; Charleston, $80,000: Wjhyah
Bey, $100,000; Great. Pedee Tiver,
$50.000; Santec, Watoree and Conga*
roo rivers, ... 8W,000; waterways,
Charleston to Alligator Creek,
000. , . '
Work, save, sleep, exer
cise, breathe deep, keep your
mind and tyood clean, re
spect others and yourself, be
diligent in your business,
which is thc business of life,
the business of good think
ing, the business of appre
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iness of self criticism. Our
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While Comiskey was in England
with tho world-touring baaeballists he
and several friends were conducted
through an ancient cathedral hy a
typical British guide and caretaker. .
"Behind the altar," he said "lies
Richard II. In thc churchyard out
side lies Mary Queen of Scots. And
who," halting above an unmarked
flagging in the stone floor and ad
dressing Comiskey--"who do you
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have my suspicions."-Judge.
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And ii is the cheaper,
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Try it for awhile, and
you will like it. There are many
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It's just the thing, to
heat the bath room with.
Anderson Gas Co.
..Our name On a laundry Us?, is an
absolute guarantee that the work
. . - w .yhttt tho package .han been tann
dered by modern methods, handled
only by skillful . and ..careful em
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Just take it wherever the extra heat
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It's no trouble and it's very little
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The Perfection is smokeless, odor
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