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WA?T ADVERTISING BATES
Twanty-fivo words or leas,
One Tune 25 cents, Three Timon
CO contu, Six Timon $1.00.
All advertisement over twenty
tire words prorata for oach ad
dltional word. Hatea ou 1,000
words to ba used In a mouth
made on application.
No advertisement taken for
less than 25 cents, cash in ad
U your namo appears in the
telephone directory you can tele
phone your want ad to '?21 and a
bill will bo malled after ita in
sertion for prompt payment
FOB SALE-Several 5 ucre tracts of
land on tho P. & N. Hail woy, abouv.
two and a half mllca out. Fino aud
lovel. Price right. Soo me at onco
if interested. Any one, black '
white can buy. W. M. Walker.
FOB SALE--Agricultural Lime. Ap
ply now to your gardens at rato of j
from one to live tons per acre-it's j
cheap and there is not a garden tn
Anderson but that needs lime-lt
will correct blight and sweeten
your Bour soil und mako your for* !
tillzation readily available. Phono j
464, Furman Smith, Seedsman.
FOB SALi:-One second hand ono j
. horse .wagon. W. L. Brlssoy Lum
Killi SALE-Everything In tho lino of |
rcoh fruits that are in season:
-. pears, apples,' bananas, grapes, I
oranges, lemont?, cocoanuts, nuts of
ail kinds, and candies that moko
your mouth water, and nt priced j
t'mt don't make you sick either. J.
. K. Manon.
CAUDLE the Gasoline Man on the
corner of Main- ss? Fiarlo Sta.,
wants his friends and pavono to
know that the paving wor t: does
jiot interfere with his gasoline
[ business. Caudle needs the business |
and is cn tho job at all times.
FOB BENT-Furnished room on first
floor, close In. Apply S care Intel
??B COAL ts tho kind that horns all
up, leaving but a few ashes, lt ia
economy to burn that kind at high
er; price'than the interior grade at I
cheaper price. Phone 182 to Wyatt |
: the Coal Mah.,
TO THE Meggi!AfT TBABE-O?io
car cotton scod n?c-i?,- car ,Snow
Drift irrigated' wheat flour.' All
Grinds horse, mulo and cow feeds. Soo
G. E. Turner at P. & N. Depot.
!" ?quipped typewrltoi rebuilding in
. . tho.south, Factory exports for all
makes machines, your old machine
can bo'made as gtod aa new for a
small vhbunt. C C. Dargan, Hut?-'
? ?^^ysnnj^^; 10-2^20..
IR PI ACING your are Jn sur au co re
nte-Liber that Frank & DoCamp !
Re?lty Company ^represents only
strong, old line companies. Your j
business will bo appreciated.
WE ABE PAVING ?S8 per ton for cot
ton seod, soiling hulls at 113.00 per
ton and will exchange 8 tons hulls
for %'? ton need Sud 1 ton bf cotton
seed meat for ton of seed. Martha
?\- Wood & Coal Co.
COSTE TO. The Luncheonette when
you are hungry. Wo cook anything
that la in season,'and wc cook it
right Ask ther man who eats here.
Short orders served quickly. Oys
; ter? any sty,.!, Next door to Union
FOR SALE-Household and kltubon
furniture, old-time lyalnut pallor
Mt, porch shades, porch awing,
Jewel Stove, small stove. Colo's Hot
. Blast. Heater, feathor beds, mat
tresses. , GOod bargains. . Phone I
. 440, 223 West Church St. 12-10-611
FOB BENT-~Ten room house on acre"
Jot two blocks from square, aereen
ed throughout, largo screened sleep
ing porchi Has all conr?Uehcos,
wator, lights and gao., Bsht rea
sonable. Apply to* Mrr^.iV. C. Planti
. 323 Wost Church SK/???,bn? 44?,'i "V
12-15-6tp. " ,. / . ;.'?' '
- ' 11'""t' ?'''?'??UH ". ? ? v '- 1 Vi \\ u\? 'i*. ' i r i' ' _* '. i "" ?''
WHEAT MEAL A breakfast food,
r . Healto restoring. l?ecommended by
physicians. Afado from native grain.
;HP*>a finn l;tavor. Servo aa Other
.^|*;^^V;.?tt'>lss Milling Cc.
vf?H?ED-~? good Cann for ono of
: our cuatomera. Ii you, havfc a farm
,. tof?.ai?* wo will bo glad io consider
; B^^^Uy^&Watson, (jno.-LJrtsy~*
^sje^j^N^'^. TB^?^V bs* |
? "T^s Red Bust J?rooS OstSt car I
k sar*- aborts; -a?4:iai'.^-Q*fyor,Bs^j
W. Y. QUARLES
Gil? cc : 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 F. & BL liulldlng
?nico r>27-Phones-Residence W
Dr. C. Mack Sanders
omeo 304-5-0 Hinckley Building,
.fllco Phone 429 F.csldenco Phono 141?
feisholro. Trowbridge & Sugg*
?**w Vbe?rr*- Ua?dos
w Whitoor St
? GADSDEN SAYR*
. ?L^03 Blecklev Be?dmg
Anderson* S. C.
Why Yon Should UKO Chamberlain's
Because lt has nn established repu
tation won by its good works.
Dccauso it ia most osteomcd by
thoeo who have used it for many
years, aa occasion rc;Hired, and are
best acquainted with its good quali
. Because it loosens and relioven a
cold .and aids naturo in restoring the
system' to a healthy condition. >
BecouaO' it does not contain opium
or any other narcotic.
Because lt ia within the reach o?
all. It only costa a quarter. For!
salo by all dealers.
"CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY RATES"
The Charleston. & Western Carolina
railway will sell cheap excursion
tiijbnt?'-account of &?s holidays, tick
ets on sale December 17th to 25th,
inclusive final limit January 10,
For., rates, -etc., apply to "ticket
. Ernest Williams,
General Pasaengor Agent, Augusta
To cock with is the most
convenient fuel lob?
And it is the cheaper?
too when the least bit of thought
and attention is given it.
Try it for awhile, and
ycu will like it? There ?re many
satisfied users of gas in Ander
It's just the tiling to
! heat the bath room with.
Anderson Gas Co.
Liiy Wbire Market
is headquarters for good thiags
to eat. Try some pf ?ur Old Time
Pork SaiUDge, Nke Juicy Staak,
Lean jpojrfc -flfcijite Fs&vfot; VaaL
W^5 ^re all V^dy gcuT? "oysters
?ru ?f yo?: can't what you
wasrt pfcone ??4 ?nd we will ke?o
L?UY WHITE R?A&KET,
. . j v ? ?
A".?.---tau ..'. ?..',?-i... ? '.'
/board the French Hospital Ship
'?harles Roux, Harbor or Saloniki,
Dec. M.-Quite thc? most agreeable
fut(? that can overtake an allied sol
dier In tho ilalkan campaign ia to be
ill-or slightly wounded. Not that
tito hospital facilities of the ancient
Turkish city are famous, or even
adequate! They are not. But there
aro four French un? one British hos
pital ship in tho roads of Saloniki
and they constitute by fur thc most
comfortable not to nay tho only Bani
taiy spot in tito Balkan peninsula.
Tile French have been bettor pi .
pared front tito vc.*y outset of tao
present Balkan campaign In cvory
detail of military organization tian
their British allies. No better ex
amplo of the thoroughness of this
preparation could be given than the
arrangements for caring for the sick
and wounded. I-ong before there
was actually any need for lt and
?iintuBnneouBly with the landing of
tho first contingent of Fr?ne'.; troops
on Creek soll, tho French hospital
ship Sphinx was lying ready in thc
harbor of Saloniki. As tho number
of troops disembarked increased, au
tomatically more hospital shins put
In an appearance. First the Dugay
Trouin. with Ita sheltered decks and
Ita high stern Uko tho pOup of a
Spr.nish galloon, all porches ana ?WU
Ing3 and lounging places for tho con*
ualcsconl; next this ship, tho Uhf rles
Roux, with its operating rotund, its
surgical clinics ??nd i?s completo pro
vision for tao caro of tho moro ser
iously wounded; and finally tho Can
ada-all with full complement o!
nurses, surgoonB, physicians, sis
ters of charity and all tho rest of thc
paraphernalia of tho aftermath, of
In many wayo tho Chpvlfls RMIX
la tho moat Interesting, especially r?e
lt la tho principal operating theatre
of tho floating hospitals' of Saloniki,
and especially as tho Burgeon major.
Dr. HoIU-Boyer, is one of tho most
distinguished and best known sur
geons lh Paris. The ahip was con
verted from one of the larger passen
ger steamers that In time of peace
mado tho voyago from Marseilles to
Algiers. AB such, lt ls roomy enough,
for not only ihavo tho saloons not re
quired as operating chambers been
turned into wards to odd to tho ac
comodations of tho cabins, hut the
great broad decks have boon glassed
in,,making tho moat agreeable of sun
parlors in which cots are sot in long
rows so that tho sick and wounded,,!
In tho warmth of tao afternoon sun,
may Ho quiet and look out at tho
splendid view tho Bay ot Saloniki af
Hero too. tho convalescent,, prop
ped up with pillows sheltered ex
cellontly ?-nred for and competently
nursed hy volunteer French women
who baye passed-the necessary ; ex
animations and had thc requisite ex
perlence, gather strength against the
timo when th?y may go back and
"huvo another go at 'em." as ?tho
"poilu" in tho next eot to the Associa
ted PreaB coiTespondont put lt. Un
der such circumstances the wounded
Boldler has ' nil the advantages and
nono of the drawbacks of "the Naples
of tho Orient" as Its inhabitants call
Saloniki.- If his cot ts on the south
side of tho ship, ho Imo 'before him
ANNUAL STOCKHOLDERS MEETING
Tho annual meeting of ibo Stock
holders of Tito Bank ot Anderson,]
Anderson, 8. C., will bo held nt it's
Banking HOUBO on Tuesday, January
4, 1016 at noon.
P.. E. Clinkscales,
B. F. Mauldln, . * Cashier.
ANNUAL STOCKHOLDERS MEETING
The annual meeting of tho Stock- |
holdors of the Calhoun Falls Invest
mont Company will bo hold in tho of- 1
fices of Tho Bank of Anderson on
Wednesday, January 12, 1?16 at four
o'clock P. M. ' . ' "
P. E. Clinkscales,
W. F. Cox, Secretary.
PROBATE JUDGE SALE~
Court ot Common Pleas,
i Border States Savings Bank of Bal
timore, a corporation,, etc., .Plaintiff,
C. D. Hudson, Anderson Investment
Company, a corporation ?tc;, and ?
others, Defendants. j
Pursuant tn an cider, ot.sale graht-j
ed herein I will sell ch salesday In '
Jan. 1916. lu front of tho Court HOUBO;
ia tho City of Anderson, S. C., during
usual honra ot salo,, tho re?!, estate,
described no follows, to wit:. I
AU that certain piece, parcel or lot
of land situate;-within tho City of An-,
dorson, S. C., ly^ng and being In the
northwestern intersection; ot Ella auA
Roberts Streets., bounding on said
Robert* Street: eighty (80) feet,. and ?
running back along said Elle. Street
one hundred and fifty (150) feet, be
ing, rectangular in form, bounded ca j
the cant by Ella Street; on the south
by Roberts Street; on the north and
west,, by lands hov pr formerly ot the
oald <:. D. Hudson, the residence ; sit-.
nato on said land being known os No.
210 Roberts Street, and being a por-/
tton of a lot o? land conveyed tr^O. D.
Hudson by J./T. Roberts, Jan. . 3rd,
1007, recorded tn clarks .office tor An
derson County, ?. C., in Book FFFF,
.?; Terms: ; Cash. Purchaser to pay
imt for' papers and! Stamps.
Probate Judge, .;
AB Special Rerfere*.
tho now snowcapped cresta of the
.mountain;! of Kniebis, those three
fingers of land that stretch luto the
Aegean, with convent-crowned Mt.
Athes tipping the last fingers. Or,
to the west, confused wita thc clouds,
he has tho peaks of Thessaly-Mt.
Olympus, the home of the gods of an
cient Greece and beyond Mt. Ossa, i
and perhaps even, din. lu the distance.
Mt. Pelion, both of mythological
fame. The rare and changing beauly
of the clouds above these snow-coif
ed heights, the singular coloring of
the sunsets are Joys to tho patients
aboard the Fronch hospital chips In
no wiso lessened by the odors, the
noises and tho discomforts of life
ashore Ut Saloniki.
On tho other hand, should the
patient be placed on thc north side of
tho, ship, trio vlow is no I033 attrac
tive. Saloniki itself, charming from
a distance, straggling along the
curving snore, mounting the hill be
hind tho town io tho Walled citadel
that caps Ito crcEt-dozens of exqui
site, white minarets like altar can
dles proud and slim, their balconies
hung with lanterns againrt tho fete
of Ramazan; long uneven rows of |
mysterious 'houses, with projecting, j
latticed balconies! wailed sud secret
gai'dens, revealing only tho lofty
monunment of a single cypress, bar
ren spots on tito peopled hillside that
aro cemeteries, tho grey-white of their
jumbled headstones gleaming In /tho
morning Eun. ;
Below decke, ail ls reaiy for i any
and every operation. Every kind of
electric light gives the surgeon all
tho facilities necessary, for searching
wounds. Rows of glass cases contain
shining instruments, .while. . porelen
tables display glass disher, for steri
lizing' tho instruments, each dish cov
ered with a heavy glass plato to keep
out any extraneous substance. Eac'?
specialist ha? his : own ? operating
room, in addition to which there is
a very completo pharmacy, a biologi
cal laboratory, an X-ray apparatus
with the necessary facilities for ??no
tographlng tho insides of tho patient
and a perfectly equipped darkroom to
dovolop the photographs. In comple
tion of the picture, tb cr? are the si
lent, efficient little Bisters of charity,
their great, .white, wing-like head
drosses bobbing and nodding as thc
wearers hurry hither and thither, ) n
chain, upon which'aro hung tho V.eya
to the - supply closets dangling frpm
their waists, n tin of baked and steril
ized bandages under one arm-or a
packet of books and magazines des
tined for some 'convalescent patten*..
All of this is tho work of the wo
men of . Franco'- tho organization
known the "Succor for Wounded Sol
diers" whoso committee even*" cow ic
: In Saloniki, looking after arrange-,
..neats, criticizing,, making ? sugges*
i tiona and'charging 'tjmmselves . with
! securing from the ^feat hearts pf t'je*
! French women. ?H, jfo?t.'may ' .beneed*
ed tu seo that ]the' soldiers of . thc;
?.French republic,-hoWeyer, far he may
?be from home, shall have.every"pro
per care and comfort,
AT THE THEATRES
.. . . -".?. -,n" ; .
* AT THE AXBEllSOX *
"Never Say Dte.w
That effectlvo natural .ac*Or, Mr.
Nat O'. Ooodwin is announced by the
local management to appear at ;the
Anderson on Thursday fer one night
This ls easily one. of i?.n most. Im
portant engagements On the Hst of
this Season's theatricals, and it - be
hooves tho home -, town theatre-goers
to bo a - live to '''what's doing" and
not. miss this, possibly; their 'last op
portunity to ' see'America's foremost
actor; for, be it known Mr. Goodwin
baa contemplated abandoning- 'f'.o
long arduous -road tcur? more "than
once: only the Insistent' demands ol
the i booking syndicate Induce him to
reconsider, for he'realizcs that when:
the time comes that he confinca his
season exclusively: tovtyew Y?^ki Chi
cago and a very few4'rootr?polltau
?i?e?, tho disappointment io tho com
munity at largo will; be 'paramount.
Whllo. '.be financial los? td many
Would be conspicuously ^igntficent.
For . the occasion cf thia visit- Mr..
Goodwin will be eeetr in his three
ply success, "Never Say Di?" a; far
cical comedy In three acts, by* Wm.
H. Post. - ? ':? < ..
Three ply is used not inudvlsedly.
-for ?Weyer f?iy Dio'* bad>. a , i?olld
year's success in London at "the Anbl
lo ??eatro, while /tt'ifs now;; tri; H's
belgtitts of a six mCntb? yogue in Aus
? t<oW?f.Htf York o?^rered. of ?t fof
Blx rjent''??. -vV.'ie? >'---'.. tho sam?
ibpglh ct- tip?"'.*;.. -n.l oil lait
.secara on tr.tr .^)ts c>.vkihg'comedy
pcmoV.ed an accuaduloilan of praise
for both tho star and .1:0 pt?y, -which
augurs wei! for any forhinaje elrtOTV
YOU CAN SAV
WEAS1SPJG Wo L, ?
Fer 32 years W. L-. Dougki
o? the highest standard of
nattie ana thc price stamped
fui lvalue. They are thebes
W. L. Oouglao shoes
selector1, feathers, after th? lat?
factory at Brockton, Maw., ti
sonal inspection of a most p
determination to make tlie be
W. L. Douglas $3.00 and
just as good for style, fit ant
makes cob..*ng $4.00 to $
perceotible difference is the
None genuine unie
W. L. Douglas name ai
the retail price ia stamp
on the hollow.
"il '_ i.. ? k. .._.. ,l_ '_i_
?c juui luuii ucaici v-ijiiiiui oufjptjr JTWJ,
for Illustrated Ca to (err ?howiriR how lo
by rncil. W. L. DOUGLAS.
?T l&J Spark Street. Brockton, I
B. Fg-EESHNIAW &
SUMMARY OF REPORT
OF SURGEON GENERAL
Public Health Service Records
Largest Amount Work in
? It's History.
Washington, Dec. 15.-Tho annual
report of the surgeon general of the
United States public 'health service
records tho largest amount of irork
performed In the history of that or
ganization. Since the passage of the
law of litt? the public health functions
of the service have materially broad
ened, thereby increasing geratly its
j i; efu In ess to the American people.
Throughout U:e report tho economic
importance of disease prevention is
made apparent to the reader.
Perhaps the most. Important j
achievement of the year was the dis
covery that pellagra is a deprivation
disease, resulting from u fault.y diet :
containing an excess of. carbo-hy
Jiv.t>-3. V.lil'e the final oxperlment?
r.1 U'.j ??? .IJ t...j .ili^overy bayo on?
ly recently been .completed, the eon?
elusion Itself is the culmination of in
vestigations extending over a period
of ooven year?. The work Oms con
slated of epidemiological field 1 stu
dies, actual feeding exparkaurv." con
ducted at numerous places iii G ar
gle and Mississippi, and experimental
rosearch at Sparenburg, South Car
olina, and other places. ,
. A new national quarantine station
was opened at Galveston, Texas, and
the control of tho Boston station was
transferred to: Oho rabile health ser
vice. A great reduction in immigra
tion has been observed during the
year, with a corresponding Increase
In tao number..'of aliena certified. At
the port of New York, the percentage
hes risen from 2.29, previous ^o-tho
dovelopmea. of the European con
flict, to 5.37 since that time; this
Increase largely being due to the fact
.vith the decreased Immigration more
:!m0 can.-be devoted to the examina
.ton. '"pa. number,pf cases 'treated at
marine hospitals and' relief - Btatlona
exceeded 55.000, 15.CC0 Of which were
hospital patient, a considerable in
crease over previous years." The
coast guard cutter, "?ndroscbggm"
was fitted but as a. hospital Ship and
now,affords relief to deep sea flshfr;
men oh the -banks of Newf?ubdlai $
On the occurrence of plague at;New
Orlca'niO the first outbreak upon tho
gulf seaboard, the t*ate and'-local
health authorities requested the pub
lic health, s?L'vlco to take charge of
.the-situation.'' Extensivo rat-proofing
an-J other anti-plague measures were
undertaken, resulting In" the eradica
tion, of tho .di?ase .of the rodent in
Great reduction in the incidence, cf
malaria ; wai -: obtained. In- localities
where : surveys' were conducted.,
rJ?Hw?^?go1 ';pr( 3oc2?3. rice culture j?yuf
die3 and the. conditions , surtoundlntt
tho impounding' of water "?Xor power
purposes .wore investigated' th" or^or
to .eradicate as far ss;possibio the ala
case' In tr?ese areas.. ;? Scientific in
vestigations or malarial infection
showed that in tho latitude . of, thia
xpuntry tho most important agent in
carrying tho* infection' through the
V inter season is man, and not tut-In
fected-, jWberri-a'singi ?nophc'les.mosqui
toes as was provlously .-supposed.'
i-""ronv ti;o 'standpoint or pxoveatton
isis ;; 'is ?, a ',' discovery 'o f con si dei rabi e
Studlea pi" occupational ' diseases
and industrial iiygj?n?:werejnst'tutod
at sotrera! places during tbs year, ?
survey ot tho ; lndusttries bf i$SMS&
? MONEY BY
5 ?ame has stood for shoes
quality for the price. His
I on the bottom guarantees
c known shoes in the world.
made of the most carefully
;st models, in a well equipped
inder the direction and per
erfect organization and the
rs; ail wo 'ung with an honest
st shoes in the world.
$3.50 shoes are
i wear as other
5.00, the only
losis alison:; Industrial workers. Tho|
?nvostlgationa relating to the migra
tion of persons Buffering from tuber
culosis we^e completed.
Upon t ! request of the'health au
thorities i five sl'ates, the organiza
tion an? aerations ?of the respective i
boards o? ueal?v woro studied and rec
ommendations advanced for improve- j
ment in the powers and duties of j
these bodies. The health organiza
tions of several cities were likewise
Investigations of the pollution of
streams and the examination of shell
fish were also conducted. -
.Trachoma was combated in the Ap
palachian mountains, wlhero it is
most prevalent, over 12,000 cases ho
ing treated. Surveys in certain I
states during the year showed that |
the disease is not an uncommon in
Rural sanitation work was con
ducted In six different states and
everywhere resulted lu the reduction
of typhoid and other communicable |
Public health laboratories for the
prevention of tho Interstate spread |
of disease were established at Ohica
I go, Seattle, and numerous o'jher rall
j way centers.
1 Additional duties havo been impos
ted, upon the sorvice by . extension of|
relief benefits 'to- the newly organized
! coast' guard'and the phyBlcal'-exam?7;
j nation of seamen . applying for tho
rating of "able seaman." For this
reason, and because of the greatly in
creased 'health functions of the ser
vice, ah-increase in ave commission
W. !.. OOUQE.A3
WAS PUT TO
SHOES AT SEVEN
YEARS OF ACE.
HE BECAN MAN
1876, AND 18
NOW THE LAR
GEST MAKER OF
SHOES IN THE
fes Boys' Bhooa,
^ Best in tho
ANDERSON, S. G.
ed personnel is recommended. An
additional building for the hygienic
laboratory and the establishment of
a national;'leprosarium for the proper
segregation and care-Of casca:of lep
rosy aro also recommended.
PIEDMONT & NORTHERN
RAILWAY COMPANY .
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For ?nfapts :f,xk? Children.
.tUtcwrr?u? c^Hoxiiv. arv,voistt t
/, mil?age and p?eiasur^
najj?? fr?m an ?iito-^a?
ppc^te Thz Palmetto