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WANT ADVERTISING BATES
Twenty-Ave words or leas,
One Tune 26 cents. Three limes
60 cents, Six Times 11.00.
All advertisement ovor twenty
rive words prorata for each ad
.iltlonal word. Rates on 1,000
words to be used In a mon tb
made on application
No advertisement taken for
less than 25 cents, cash In ad
If your name appears in the
telephone directory you can tele
phone your want ad to 321 and a
bill will bo mailed after Ito in
sertion tor prompt payment
RUNAWAY--Kay mare, branded on
BhouMer and n'p. Weight about 700
.pounds. I'lione Xo. ll. J. A. Mc
Brcaty Stable. Pelzer, S. C.
STRAYED OR STOLEN-From my
residence in North Anderson one
' black and whlto English setter.
Had on now collnr with six brasa
studs. Howard for return or infor
mation leading to rocovery. H. B.
FOR SALE-iSlx room houso and 2 1-2
acre lot on P. & N. road about two
miles cast of town. Call at DivvorB
Tin Shop. 12-113tp.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-For
farm, ono eight room houso and lot
' of .-.even acres in town of Starr. Ad
dress Box 185, Honca Path, S. C.
12-5-8t. ' '
. FOR SALE-Agricultural Lime. Ap
ply now to your gardens at rato of
from one to.five tons por aero-lt's
Cheap and thoro ls not a garden In
Anderson but that needs lime-lt
will correct blight and sweoten
your sour soil and make your fer
tilization readily available. Phone
404, Furman$-Smith, Seedsman.
v FOR SALE-One second hand one
horco wagon. W. L. Brlsaey Lum
FOR SALE-Forty acres of land ; In
?jj Hopewell Townahip, 3" room' house,
A new two small - houses on publie !
I road. Land fairly level and is of
V Cered for one thousand dollars. W. j
4 .. N. Walker. ' 1 !
1 FOB SALE-Everything in the line of |
froBh fruits that aro in Boason:
pears, apples, . bananas, grapes,
orangos, lemonB, cocoanut*, nuts ot
?-i-oaM ^ln;da,. and .candicev that mnko
?.fonv- mouth water, and at prices
that don't mako you Bick either. J.
CAUDLE lite G ar; ol Inc Man on the
cerner of Main and Earle Sta,,
wants his friends and patrons to
know that the paving work does
not interfere with his gasoline
business. Caudle needs the business |
.and Is on the Job at all times/
FOB LEASE '. OF ONE YEAR OR
MORE-Six room house with all
modern conveniences loc.atod on
Sayro street, T.-'K. Roper, care
Anderson Printing Co. 12?9-3t
FOR RENT-.Furnished tooth on first
floor, closo in, Apply S care Intel
WHEAT MEAL A breakfast food,
neauh restoring. Recommendedby
. physicians. Made from native grath.
Has a fine flavor.' Serve as other
cereals.; Burrias Mining Co..
?fANTED-A good farm for one of
our customers. If you havo a farm
tor sale we will be glad to con ni dor
it. Linley & Watson, (j'nu. Linley
W. E. Watson.)
TO ' MERCHANT : TR ADE-Ono car
Texas Red Unat Proof Outs, car
: nure aborts, and all . kinda of feed,
v Bee G. B. Turner at P. & N. Depot
CAB LOAD of tho beat forest pino Just
received. Fine for stovb wood, AI-*
BO some bf that falh?us $5.00 coal
which makes ouch good Drew; Wyatt,
tha itj.OO Gb&l man. '
TO #HB MERCHANT TRADE-One
. . ; ..car., cotton <aeed meat; -ear '-Snow
m^2 t>f!itt irrigated wheat flour. All
:^!f.<;->(i-.^.^.Tu^?.?,>t& N. Depot.
Ck !:V?xTOnfB?TBB REi.'AiaiXG-Best
^^geciuipped typewrite) rebuilding in
th,?' south. Factory experts for all
makes mochines, your old machino
can be madi-as.good es new for a
small amount. C. C, Dargan, Hub
/;/-' bard Bulldiug. . 10-29-20L
Fi)B' 8'A?/E^-Househo'd and kitchen
?urn'turo, old-time walnut parlor
set, porch shade?, porch swing.
Jewel stove, srnall stove, Cole's Hot
,: Blast. Heater, . feather beds, -, niau
'tresses; ^f?^io?u? bargains. Phone
440, 2W: We?t Church St 12-10-st
W. Y. QUARLES
Office : Over Watson Drug Store
Iva, S. C.
Quattlebaum & Cochran
Have Moved Their Office to
THE BROWN BUILDING
Over the Dime Savings Bank
Dr. HENRY R. WELLS
Office Wt & H. Building
Office fi27-i'honc8-Residence 66
Dr. C. Mack Sander?
Office 304-G-G ?leckley Building.
?mee Phono 420 Residence Phone 149
Chisholm, Trowbridge ?fe Sogg?
Maw Theatre Buldrng
W. Whinier St.
C. GADSDEN SA YR!
mC Am ?leci?ey Braiding
Anderson? S. C.
For Infanta and Children
tn Use For Over 30 Years
Always bears ^>y? ????????OTT
Signature of *"9t&jr7?t 3
Charleston & Westero
! .. ... j Y , ,/ ??. \ \X
To and From the
No. 22 . . . .f3:08 A. M
No. 6 . . . .3:37 P. M
No. 2! . . .11:15 A. M
No. 5 . . . . 3:07 P. M
rates, etc., prompt!
HOBIE TO The Luncheonette -when
you are hungry. Wu cook anything
' that lu In season, and we .cook ll
right Ask tho man who cata here
Short orders derved quickly. Oys
ters any style. Next door to TJnloE
IN PLACING sour fire Insurance re
member that Frank & DeCamr.
Realty Company representa onlj
?trop* old Une corno"T''"*'' Y?ai
business will bo appreciated.'
. II- rf.tf-. ' "
WE ABE PAYING $38 per ton fot cot,
ton seed, Belling hulls at $18.00 pox
ton and will exchange 3 tons.hulls
tor 1 ton seed and 1 ton of cotton
seed meal for ton ot seed. Martin
Wood & Coal Co.
PIEDMONT & NORTHERN
Na SI..;....i........... 7:3? A. M
No. 83,,.,...,,,,.... 2:85 A. M
N?' 35... ;... ;';\......:. J '.X1 :*0 A. M
No. 87,.....?;........??.1:10 P. M
Nt?. 89.v.?.8:40-P. M
i. ? :oo & it
Nb. 48.. 8:25, P. M
Na .;:.;;:1O:$? F. M
NORWAY IS DEPENDENT
ON ENGLAND FOR GOAL
.Christiana, Norway, Dec. ll.
Stace Norway ls at present dependent
on England for its Supply of coke
and coal, that country ha.i a great hold
on-Norwegian trade. Dealers in coal
and coito aro told hy their English
business connections that lt :hey sell
bunkers to Hthamers destined for
Germany or "with cargo supposed ts
tin1! Ita way to" Gcrmnny, t 'ey will be
no longer furnished with English
The oilier day tho Aiuctir.an irclg'it
.strainer Maumes cl Now York with
a cargo made up mo.v.ly of American
rorie arrived at Uargon to coal. It
iiad to leavVi the piece however wlth
lotit coal as all the dealers were -warn
ed by British authorities that if t :is
steamer with supplies alleged to bc
defined for Germany, by way of Swe
den, get bunkers hy them, English
coal sellers at once woull step trade
connections with them.
England also has threatened to
stop the great import to Norway of
olive oil from Italy mid Svaln and
sheet metal used in Die canning in
dustry, unlebs Hie Norwegian iiunor
j guarantee thal nu canned pro
duct to which Kurll oil or tin is used,
shall be exported to any of England's
enemies, and ninny canning plants
had to yield to this.
The country is full of "morcantilo"
spies, keeping watch of the export ami
import, reporting through their embas
sien or consulates or directly heme to
tho foreign ofllce. It happens that
old Norwegian firms, who for years
have been trading In England, get let
ters from their English business cor
nectlono ??hnt they cannot do busi
ness with tliem any longer, as a report
from Norway says t';at they have "as
sisted German trawlers" cr same
ting Uko thart, evon though the report
can bo proved to have been without
Tile Norwegian Press, commenting
on this, calls tho attention of the Nor
wegian government to 'ho way Eng
land ls trying t.o control .Norwegian
trade and Industry and some Norwe
gian business men against selling
their rigiit of Independence to Eng
Even the Epgllsh paper Economist
has warned tho British nut horries
against this trade policy, toward tho
Scandinavians and also says that
"when Great Britain is neutral Itscdf
the Briton always ls Rih? first to claim
the right for neutrals to do business
with each other and with belligerents
and always has protested against an
extension of 'the contraband Hs*.'; to
provisions and Taw materials."
.' 1-'ron ch Steamer Attacked.
MarHellcs, Dec. ll.-Officers of
tho French steamer Harmonie, % which
has arrived hore, e'mte the vessel waa
attacked recently by an A ur-tr Ian sub
marino. The submersible? jKrod two
torpedoes, both without effect. The
vessel then withdrew. The next day
"r< aeroplane attacked tho -Harmonie
0':d dropped six bombs. AH missed.
Strong and Well ts Ever.
Fred Smith, 325 Mala |St., Green
Bay, Wis., says: "I s?fts'-U a long
time with a very weak ck. Foley
Kidney Pills completely relieved mo
of all soreness and pain and.I now
ndi strong and well as over." , Winter1
aggravates symptoms of f kidney
trouble; cold weather makes, aching
more unbearable. Foley Kidney rilli;
help tho kidn'oys! eliminate ^pain-caus
ing poisons.-Sold Everywhere.
SAGE TEA DARKENS 1
HAIRJ? ANY SHAOE
Don't Stay Gray! Here's an
Old-time Recipe that Any
body can Apply.
,, Tho usp of Sago , mid Sulphur' for,
restoring faded, gray nair to ita .nat
ural color datC3. back to. grandmoth
er's time. She used ll;,tp keep her
hair beautifully- dark, glossy; and
abundant. Whenever her'hair fell, out,
or. took on that dull, fuded or streak
ed appearance, this simple ' mixture
was applied with .wonderful effect
But brewing at home is mussy and
out-of-date. . Nowadays, by nuking at
any drug Btore for a CO-cent bottle ot
"Wyoth'o S.igo hnd Sulphur Hair
Remedy," you will get. thia famous
old recipe which, can bc depended up
on to restore natural color and. beau
ty to the. hair and ls spcndld for
dandr.iff, dry, feverish, itchy .scalp'
and falling hair.
A well-known downtown druggist
says it darkens the hair BO naturally
and evenly that nobody can tell, it
has been applied. You simply dam
pen a sponge ot soft brush with it
and draw thia through your hair, tak
In jr Ana aii*an^ aa? ts C Oy i ^1G Til ? l?
the I gray hair . disappears, and after
anhthor application or two, it becomeo
beautifully dark, 'glossy, soft and
.CH1U8TMAS noll?AY RATES''
' The Charleston A Western Carolina
['railway' will . soil cheap excursion
t?okftB account ortfJOholldaya. tick
ets on salo December 17th to 2?tb,
tnnlustt? final lirait Jianuary io,
ISIS.- ?' .?...>....... ...::;'
rF?T rateo, etc., apply to ; ticket
,i\]? :..' Braes* Williams,
10oneral Passenger ? Agent, ; Augusta,
vOa. '.'. ' . ? ? ' ''<.;? -
l'IE Quaint, delightful cou3t couiw
try of Cornwall, n favorod haunt
of peace and quietness, yet
whero some c* thc most im
portant. English naval stations
aro now busy, is duscrlbcd for tho Na
tional Geographic Bociety hy Florence
Craig Albrecht, At points along thia
toast, England holds concentrated
great battle fleets. Hero, weBt of
Lands End, are tho Scilly islands, and,
beyond Cornwall, furtlici- up tho chan
nel, lies Plymouth, military harbor and
great naval base. The charm of thia
old-fashioned, /picturesque land of
flshor folk and' peasants is told by
Mrs. Albrecht, who explored its coast
boforo war clouds recalled a'martial
stir to Cornwall, for tho society in tho
"Hero are. rock and headland and
cliff, now ' green,. now golden with
gorso, now'.bare and rugged : inlet bay
and harbor,, with here and(;there an
Isolated house,: a tiny village, a pre
tentious town, ti -great port. An un
friendly coast?- Yes, with heavy seas
and windB,:Witb>thick sea-fogs-a dan
gorot.i one j rooks ever ready to tear
hole In the'stoutest vessel, .currents
eyrjc ready1 to drive- them-iom ? I But a
picturesque coast';* a wonderfully beau
tiful con nt, bot li upon summer day8
and in wlntort;Btorms; a co??t . with
many harbors, ??ne too easy' pf en
trance, .by . reason, pf rocks "and- tides,
and manyr" impasible for any but the
smallest cntfi.T1" ,' ' ?' j. ;
AU Hnv^ .|8pi?ndi'd .Merrj?rles? -;
.. There "are !si?^djld'i,m,emQrl?a, re
ter- says,, fox; too. many fleets have ,
sailed up and down tho channel nineo j
history began not . to have visited 'all !
these places with, tha^ias^pf in akin n J
history. Fish lng 'flee^'-navo.',l?Qr*t thc
foreground of tljq, picture thcppjgh lat
tor years, but ' signa Of' .war . prepara
tion .have..nover.y.been absent from
Cornwall's waters/andihuge squadrons
of grim,- grayi al6h?pf-wur have regu
larly come and' - gonn and gathered
there. The wrttbr; tolls of Penzance,
tho sunny pleasure-lovlirg 'little sea
city whero the most picturesque ot
pl ra to types originated; of Newlyn,,
the home of the true-old sort of Ash-'
?rmeh, and the Mecca of artists; of
Marazloh, tho old,, which, according to
Cornish history, waa au Important city
visited 'byV Phoenician merchants in
the days of Ezekiel tho prophet; ot
..' Averred his willingness>to earn ready
; cash. ' " . . : iii 'HhP' .?"??'. ' ?'i l
" 'WaU, ttl toU/you ?WhiMS PU do,* r*1
sumed tbs doctor, : .?Wlll giv'o- you teni ?
cents every dmr yod ; don't' tear ' Srsar
olOth?S.Off.'. Ehl*; ;.. ' . j
"The bffedder^e^sseftVid eagerly,,'hn?t !
rel*rted in .to n^^.i^ocd.\ Tuesday ;
ibis ^clothes remained:, Ihtact;/Wedhc*.
Jday. ditto ; ^Friday, and ' Satnrdaiy'* thet
sanie. > \ Hie tefornuUbn. waa tho talk
cf tho institution. \ ' . 1
, "But o-.\ Sunday raom?ng*tho
i mente tho crasy man had worn all
'week wore torn into stripe end thrown
: ."jwhat deea'.'fliUV.b?a??r asK?d 'the
itndlOT?hiphysi^an. ;. *! <Lhougfct;i inuit
'you hired to keep your dothes on and '
lbs ?oodi*. .
?; " 'W?U.'.Bald the prisoner, innocent
ly, 'yon didn't suppose I was going to
'ixf?t?n Sunday^ dtdybur ".^od^";
TH EL TAMAR ?
Fowey, once one of the greatest sea
ports of the land, which sent scores
of boats to.thc cru?ades, to the siege
of Calais, to tho plundering of Nor
mandy, a one-time warlike city whose
glory has long sinco faded. Fowey -
sent moro than twoscoro men-of-war
to Calais-770 men. How pitifully
small are the figures today, when ono
modern battleship Tequir?s a larger
crow than did that fleet 450 years a*go.
Not fifty ships of modern type could
find place In Fowey' harbor today, but
for smaller craft-submarine destroy-,
ers-It affords admirable shelter. .
Polperro Is Picturesque.
To tho eastward of Fowey is Pol-'
perro, tho most picturesque, the most
unspoiled of Cornish fishing ports, re
taining all its ancient dignity ot lifo
and labor un (hit tercel by summer'
villas now beginning to crowd the
cliffs above its head. Polperro's chief
catch is mackerel, crabs nnd conger.
There are few, if any, conger-eel In
American waters; they are to some
.people a most unpleasant-looking fish.
Cornwall esteems them highly and
makes them into pie with much cream
Cornwall, Mrs. Albrecht explains,
makes any number of things Into' pie
nnd calls the product Invariably
"squab pie," though all things but
squabs are among the materials.
'!Sq?:ab pie" gavo rl?f? to the following
Corrfr.h story repeated by the writer:
"The..d^Yii carno one day to the
Nbanks ot the Tamar, ..the. rippling river
that divides Devon "and Cornwall, and
looked over-at tho'rocky landlbeyo?d.
HiS'm?Je?ty'coif?ld?r?d the swift cur-'
vrent and shook his head. 'No.l' ho
said finally.' "'Nd,. thats ito place for
mel Everyone who goes there is
: turned into n . saint' and everything
else Into squab pie. I'm flt for neither
ono nor the other.' And he stayed lin
Just beyond the Cornwall, bound
ary ls Plymouth of Mayflower mem
ory, a city which has never allowed
her growing . commerce to -interfere
with her position na a fortress of the
. first class and a naval arsenal. Ports
mouth, considerably further east upon
this coast, is also, a strong. fortress
and an.important garrison town, and
its great. dockyards and repairing
docks aro likely over-busied now in
tho work of "keeping tao sea that Is
tho wall of England."
WANTED ONE, DAY OF R0T
Intime Manr as Strict Qrbbatarlart,
Could - Not Think of I'Worklno^r '
y- OrviiV? L. klpllngeiy ctapl?ini ii.
the following iustanco of a ncruput?.
<W**Iorao. years ^aat? an insane
*M??fn&. tOi-t?^?tnttodest, not to say
expensive, habit of tearing his ?loth
; lng ?rim tom ???^ converting ; Jeans;
ticking, denim or whatever tho 'clotho's
were nmdo of/mto Urpot,rags: V;
: "Tho prison physicianremonstrated
with tho stired d lng nut as follow s i )
. '"Sty, oilman, you're:-, certat^
making a lot a .. unnecessary'trouble
Wouldn'4 yon yko to makei&?hey?*:;W
<The r iwiana man cmpimtlcalir
A New Edison
A familiarity with good music is
one of life's most precious assets.
Don't deny your children the joy
which a musical education will
give them. The New Edison
Diamond Disc Phonograph will
bring them an every-day acquain
tance with' the best of the world
of music. ,
They may: hear the songs and solos of great artists in all
their original beauty-human, life-like, natural, and without
that mechanical timbre and metallic sound which is charteris
tic of the talking machine tone.
"Let the People Hear and Decide"
Prices $80, $100, $150, $250.
Reece -Welch Piano
Successors to the C. ?: Reed Piano & Organ Co.
' 314 South Main .
.1 -'-.) -?.Ti?'
Why You Should
The style, f?t
and finish of
: ; "Hamburger"
^ sc 1 o t ri e s v are
quantics tavn d
ability to re
, 0 tain their origK
rial shape will
v : ; next season for
The . price i^eets the y& at the
pied. If ?you don't, we'li 'fmake good'' where
"Harripurger" didn't, b-tf-1: V^'ve nbt yet befen
called uptm to f?riiish'.^