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EVANGELIST WILL BE
HEARD AT ST. JOHN'S
PART O F BUSINESS I
Preached /ai Regular Prayer Ser- j
- vice al St. John's Last
Rev.. B.. P.*. JEctentlon,. the well
known evangelist arrived In A nd en; on
T\V?iiv..?;ty afternoon at G' o'clock, and
de3iveried a .sermon 'at tho regular
prayer meeHmfe services et the St.
John's church;; .>
Tho " evangelist says that ht>' ?aaa
come to Andersen;, on - business: and
part of that business 19"to bp three
serinous preached' here Tlmrcdny, and
Friday eyenlnjgs and Sunday morn
ing at Si.' John's.- . The9e meetings
will.probably be well attended as-tho
evangelist" ls BO : weil known in the
city. Personally Mr. . McLendon
looks Just Uko he* did when he waB
hero before and says he is fit and
.?cady for work. He made a short
trip around town Wednesday even
ing, renewing acquaintances and see
ing hif. friends.
. Ot hie work' since he left Anderson,
Mr; McLeridoh; says there 4s little to
.tell.. Ho 'I ha?, hold; several meetings,
all ol which ih&V<e b^?n well attend
ed, and have brought forth Tcsuits.
In Bi8hopvllle,:^vir. TVBcLendon says
that he had. 1,600 people to make pro
fessions of faith arid at Holly Ililli
there wets 1,000. Ho has conducted
cloven meetings during .tho past , year
and Bias had* 1,800 : persons' Ho-. Join
t1\o churches as the' direct results of
iSr. '? McLendbn stated that, he Ia
.toads, to start out next year^Bing
tabernacles; . instead of -tents. "I
think rve-outigrowh tents, and . the
tabernacles aro so much better, I am
going to : give them a trial.V His
meetings will-be held tn doors r in
buildings made bf rough lumber, bor
rowed or rentea from, lumber com
panies in sae town In which he is
stopping. The lumber can bo-rented:
cheaply ard aa none of it , ls' out,
there ls Very little damaged to euch
extent that lt ; has-to be purchased.
The tabernacles aro <easlly built and
tho. custom; ls, to build them with
. The- first big meeting." of next y'?ar.
ia to be held in tfrangeburg. 7 Tulls
will 'Be the first t&^rnac?? meeting!
F.oiofe Hilf is ?tho orilr lupcountry town
that baa been selected by Mr. Mer;
Lehden for next.year's work. All of
tho Test of the time, he wilt spend
In the lower part of the state
"Mac" saya that lie is mighty, fc?ad
te be back .in Anderson and will be
glad to seo as many of Ms old friends
as ;po3slble but at: the meetings; ; On
; ly two night?, Thursday, and Iftrlday
and the regular ^morning service ; at
- St. John's?church on Sunday mbrtt^
' - - i
Owes Her ;Oood Health ie . Cbaiaber
t loin's /Tablets.
"I owe-it>y g?^:ijealtiv. to Chamber'-.
' Iain's ; Tablets/ 'vfrlies Mrs. R, G.
Nert, Crookston', Ohio. ? "Two ... years
. Sgb I yas au -Jnvlidid^duo; to stomach;
trouble; ? ? Xbo? three^hottles o? these
Tablets Xnd'..have \ since been. Inthe"
best ot wealth." For sale Toy all -deal
Two Mi?Uon B?crolfs.
; London, Deo. i5;-^Betwocn two mil
; : lipa and two .million : and ; a half!.; taen;
enlisted under ibe-plan of the Earl of
Derby nc?ordinjr to th? Dally: Sketch*
The paper Baj,s these.figures may>he:
reduced Uudo?? tui alysia *ad tfe<at it is
-quite possible that the, flg?yea: relative
to single inen ?i?y. p?ye te be^tejiow;.
tho required standard.
. , Beat thia: : uitipa, sour
.Stoin?cht, lazy liver arid, thuggish
bowels. Stops a sick, headache al
most at once, iii ves a most thorough
omi untiafactory nuaiiiug-no pal?; no
?iai?s?a. :'.'i?eepa. your system cleansed,
'.'?*?Kai ^ wholes onie.-R. H. Welhecht,
Salt;^L?kV.City; ^TKah,. vfrlte^. '.'X?flad
?l>jolax ttafcent laxativo I cr^Sflflfi
V<W>9A<I<IWP ? Q? vjrrv-r**rw > M^tiit wnui. o*.tci
MU?I SILLS ILL
SE OBI F
From Friday Noon to Monday]
Morning Will Constitute
AU , Anderson cotton mills. , yrUt
cloao. down on Friday at noon before
Christmas and will resume work -Mon
day morning >at the regular time.
This la the appointed' time for tbe
Christmas holidays and most or the
mills will lose bat a Cow hours on
ly Friday to noon on Saturday, it be
ing customary fer them to close at
noon "on Saturday.
Anderson, Equinox. Bregon. River
side, Toxaway, Orr, Cluck and ia fact
ail i?jo rest have agi-eed on this plab'
and the vacation or rather the holi
days will be ehoTt. ' Christmas com
ing as it does on Saturday makes this
short'loss, of timo possible, and gives
an extra day.
-Most of the mills are busy at .this
time of the - year completing their
annual contracte before' the ; first, bf
tn'eyear. Mill officials .are busy'pla?ai
ls ?new centre, ctr, ?.av K-.-.I y?av ? ?j tit
put, and timo now is Very valuable;
Hr6. Laura Dodd.
Walhalla, Dec. 15.-iirs. Laura
Dodd, died at tho home of her daugh
ter, Mrs. Tom Owens early Monday
morning ofter an illness Of several
weeks, and was burled Tuesday'Af-''
ternoon in West View cemetery, after
appropriate funeral services, .'con
ducted by Dr. John G. Law, from the
Mrs. Dodd had been a member of j
the -presbyterian church since' her
?arly childhood, abd was a woman of j
fine* Christian character.
She was twice married, and loaves
fhb f?ilbwlng^hildren, J. Will Reed*^J
of West Union, and Mrs. Addie iktv ;
Alister i;i Birmingham, Ala., Mrs. Tem ?
Owens of.Walhalla* and Doyle Dodd!
. Mrs. Dodd was ' a daughter of tho
late. Rhod?m"Doyle* and was one pf
the three women .. teachers In tho
schoolH of this section prier t/* the
war/Her family, connection .'Is a large
ono,'and has always been prominent
in this section.
Mrs. Diary E. Ansel..
Walhalla, Dec:'; 16.-The unexpected j
deatji. bf Miss, Mary E. Ansel, at the j
home. of. her mother,, Mrs Mary N.
Ansel; f.t ?iZ0 o'clock Ibis morning,]
Was av shock to ihb entire community.
Miss Ansel had- peen ono of tho I
teachers In .the Walhalla,' graded j
school: for several years, and only ?j
few. days -ago was forced to give up. j
her work in the school room on ac^
count bf-Illness. While it was known
that she had pneumonia, yet' her con
dition was not thought to . have been
:Hor; .funeral services.will be con
ducted from the Lutheran y church to
morrow afternoon-at 3 o'clock,.ty her
pastor, Rsv .W. B. Aull, of the Luth
eran church, after which lier, remains
wlllfbevburled in the Lutheran, ceme
tery. ?',; . - . . .
'Miss Ansel.is the.youngest child of
the lato John J. Ansel and Mrs. Mary
fi. Ansel,'and Is a heice bf ex-Gbvcr -
nor Martin F. Ansel. She is. survived
hy.' hef; mother,: and the following
brothers and. sisters, John 'A. and
Qeorge'^f, Ansel, Walhalla, Mrs. G. Fi
Clarkson, C re cia wood, and 'James .-iy
?ns?ji bf '.Chattanooga, Tenn. '.. ;.-'
? Death of a Child.
J. D. -Spivey, Jr.; *ha; six monthsT
ol-dKsoa of Mr. and 'Mrs? J, B. Splvy
pt'Mo* 238 Tribbl? .street died. Pt 6
o*?Jbck. Wednesday; afternoon. The
body will be csuried ' te Columbia
S^mwiay ' morning ?or: burial.
^et?tlobR'Signed by Londoner? to EIL
ffi^>.>?i!aat?r-CM??m Warnes. . .
' Xondon, Dec, 15.'-Petitions to ra?;]
name streets -beariug. Qerman names
bave met> with a cold reception "iront
the London county. cotmbil^' ;; One;. <jf
tbs latest of theso petitions ; came
from tho. residents of Wiesbaden road,
whb wkh'ted either an .English-Vxtam'e
br an allt?d name? Among tee aijrh"
era bf -ijw. ,pap?r were -a.-.F.othat?In?:'.
a. Meyer," a Rubin-Ktoin,.an.'Aarr?b?fg
and a ; Finkuhetyin and ??O^bthor
about -forty family names bf Germanie i
origins. People who theme-elves .bear
German names aro;dec!a*ed to ba
?mobg the main -'promoters bf thot?e i
petitions, ; apparently-, with vie w to
establishing ?heir'.-''Own "''-jvatribtism. -
Att ire council .meeting wann this
inciter."carne, up> ?ir- ' JoHi-'? B?hh nak
ed:. . '
*1 i?ow -far baelc ere ^?-'-ask?? tb<gb.l
Brag??|4n^Wnlt>?? ' What efibuldiv? j
do vmh 'Mai^ ' Boer I
byer Stjhwr^,''* f
:'.-'? The" schema' was '^raatfea'' aa"- 'rJiJi^j
b?tons -bf moat b?.' ?b;:ieiia&}Hbien'i-:
?tet^theli^s, ven ' Um ; bro?d priahipal i
;$i^e&'r'^ tarried by a
barrow maJoriry -'?M?g the: borovigif
bmtnei?s . authorlrjr . -'&?' . maire chsbge?
if deemed ^dri^abi?.
^?ough^-fr^ fcAva't Gandhis
" Toi^'-'-He'-" ia '.rep????r.
tit vir k??^^**?^^iiji?
?'n?S v.-wbnt?;, attraijt; ':^r0tM^? '
?-?vi->-.lr. . v <.; ,v?,
a ?.; . : ? '? ... ' s.
; *. ( . ;; 1 ?
Besides Actual Losa of life Caos
ed MJach Suffering and :'
. Property Damage.
Manila, Dec. 13.--Tho typhoon
Which was reported hy caole dur hi G
the latter part of '"?ctober and thc
first of November caused" still Oma vier
loss than, was indicated by- the first
Teport ibeforo communication WBB es
t?bil 8h?d~-w Ith Southern Luzon where
the worst of tho Storm's effect w?a
fell). The actual loss of life was
about 17 Idlled by drowning, falling
trees1 and the ' col lapV? o? buildings,
and the injured., numbered several
hundred, es reported; ?but-ifie proper-'
'ty vf osals now1 conservatively ! estl
mated:'at .n&t loss than 5;000,000 pesda
ot ' ?^roxiuiateSy ': $2,500,000 '. . Tb!e
henu-i ; and * copra plantations were
levelled to the' ground for' miles and
Immense' ' rice ; ?Mds ? wore stripped of
't?t?lliyl the. fleed
; -The towri'or Tobacco whs two
thirds- destroyed by wind and wal?r
which washed or.blew, away also hun
dreds" of '. little villages &f . trsmbob
buildings. - Evch- ti'ae large' ware
houses of stone suffered., from, flood
and sonia of the public.' buildings) ln
cludihg' ono of the ' old Spanish
Tho governor;'.?xV.jKhe island. pf
Marind.Ut-uo reports that i$2 "houses,
bigs, were wrecked"by the storm';arm
thc lives'of a number of natives there
were lostvj- .
' The private, residence, of W. Cam
eron Forbes,' formerv governor geii
er?ltot tho Philippines was partly : un
roofed ? and -Ttt6o?e?.; and the iamou^s
Beague?: Road -5,000 feet up hi;. ?He
mountains 'of - Northern Imtou,- whetfe
??e summer capifa? existed dur?ng tho
republican administration; was 1 put
out of commission 'in a n?tober^'i?!
Tho storm r?a?y Included three
typhoons within a.1 fortnight; and thc
hs-yte/w-ht?h. theue worked with, tele
?fapT., tel?phdh? and -<a?lw?y lines
mace7 communication witta. Manila -im
possible for son? .tinio . ? Ari - expedi
tion.^ ot three "coastguard;-, -steamers
laden with food, medicine, and. other
<m-pp(l*feD tinder- under;"ccimmhnd of
G?n?ral HallVlpf iho: b?nstabulary set:
but. .fre? i- hero for the stricken; Idle
tHcts and rendoryd all aid possible:'.
Ly; The coasting ateaioers . Mohmnes
and Pang!?Ae are reported to. 1 haye j
fou ndered, -but th a crews ?..w^re ?av?;
ed. Th?.' army -transport; Shofldan
crossed *ixe path ot- ?t?i*y typhoon b?t
-wimont damage. '
ig tha I
. <?ot Silent test;
td J^ben. was/ tfa?k??eL- alon
'J?jgi .?idriiiag. and .'one of-' liir?.|
arpas 't?ta in e, ?Ung. ro?ate? the N?w
York. Times, Mrs.' Horton, who bai
employaiV the old , fellow foi
odd' Jobs, hai^a?d io.meeti'hlm an?
ankled: - : '
/? ''V.lTyV ' iSbon, havo.you inet' with ai
'-' nmW;.replied;--Sben. "I
did'.' lS#kdone (up; now fer ihtt;' ?fox
yo;;?- '.. /
"Yes, /SopaV* ??id/the wohi^, Krifr
pathetically.^V. be iu yeara1 ole nex' J
$?yryeat'f '.yi./dosis. Bep.i'mi;;^ -.tru?alei
^;^^^??^i^%^^^t^- de graetz j
er ,fiod? ;I'"^l6^,y&)iwh|^cAps; !m^aro. '
aa tl tni^i da v-^^nco1'^
$i> ;-r?^ijiitbro,'.-ifts*- .b?w?'j&a-i?/- hero
a ira?iAi??ie ??i?^rts,"-. ssl*.
ACBJ^'?;. 'HW- ^a-iSfrt?iUn' itl?*.
*td^elS^'6??ri'-?oTa^ .: ,
. - -. ' ''s-. ;. ' : .. .
^m? ^xinip; UM had^to pay thor
Our constant ai
selection, the vc
ing the greatest
will appeal to y
ir showing of gift goods.tl
oader in scope-iyore dh
jure possible, consistent
We Call your Atie\
pleas bring-me an afrgun..and-Some
fruit and ' some fire ? crackers and1 a
bycle.; If'am: a little boy 10 yeats ok'
I: baye a little brother 2 years old ne
wanta a little train. :
Dear santa- elana Decc' 15 .
I oja%.,A Httl'e,'boy 3 years of ag and,a
?|t|feij>pictur? ' book rocking bbrse. :
Walter le wi? ? todd. 1
*': j .' six 'AJ??:TWE!?TY . ? :f
. .The first-i snow of tho season t?ll
bera . Saturday* .-afternoon to a depth
of two pr ihrco inches. ' Some of the
boya' cbiildp^J," resist ' tho * t?mptaVkm',
tb* get' out' friday morning and track j
up'a fer/ cotton tails.
Our Sunday'school ls still in i\ \
flourishing condition despite the. win? J '
try Jwetther wo have been having for ?
some time. ' The Sunday school, wilt j
have a -Chrfstm?s tree Dvcember;
23rdy-': All'-wao: wloh to do' sb are in
vited to pdt' gifts on theatres'; lor
Cotton .plodingvin this section ls a
thlng'.'of the pa?t. Practically all of
the; crop - laaa bsen- 'picked and sold
very little remaining in the hands
of; .the fanners.,.
Dev. H. A. OlCelly preached his
farewell sermon at' this" place' last
<!rst : Sunday.,.: He havine,' resigned J
sorao mon tho ago? his ; -resignation tb
take effect at. the beginning .of. fije
nfAv year. Rey^; Q'Kelly. has been
p?'stor of this Church four .years., edd
mode many friends here who "'hate*tb
part- wita him, but all wish ii ! m we'll
wherev?" he may go.
At Uie next session: o t the legis
lator o a petition ' will JbO: preaehtdd
to that body asking for tho establish
ing of a generttj; election precinct St
Meltau school chouse. ? A precinct ls
badly -needed fcore' as the. nearest ode
is ftror mllee.YSince ;the changing of
Bolliany. touMeEhnbyla and Equality
ito Mountain View. ' .;'-::
Tho patrons of Melton school are
welt pleased with .the'-werie;'ofJ Prof.
LcGotte ?nd -Miss WoodhamV " *"*-C _ --V-"? * >
. .Onr'.v.famera are' making.::n,"?pari?
tiona ,tW the making or large quanti
ties pf barn ;.ynr<s: num?ro this wtnt??
for uso under tho next year's ' crop, -
The high, price of commercial ?er?tv,
User ls. going to /qe.-th?' cause of-'.i?;.
large : number using stahl? manure
alon*. ; : Several.: farmers ; herc ' tried
??t plan the past year and* Were-; so
well/leased that oth?*?* will try the
f?p^b;thing nexjb year..
A large acreage : has been sown. tb'
wheat and" eats, wo: believe. f?uV AS
;m?teh -as, W?? ; Eoftn 'last fall,"'
One WU that has been' -left out.r
hy..JHnny.;ftam ]WV??i? HJ?d^C"C,'thfit;i!"c-j
should nbt'fail to i?tmduce is '?ab tb 1
prevent the' formation di any niore
n>w>m&nties id South ?-iT?llna. We
hope io see such'a bill passed by the
German ifrcp&^an^ I
London, Dec'.' 15,---Tbo ?Dally flail's:
Kottbrdaib co'ryoSpc-udont t?legrapliB:'
- "Oeiman professorsj ?rs'/.Ii^?a^ng'
bb 'fte', war ia yr?vate .stubs .-taF??git~
r>nt ttollaad; Pro^??rte?h feflmg vis,
exfe?fdveiy ^calUvated, ' >eis^?ciaiiy
am?3#"the lflUtt?&^ .V*
ll?. Dutch citizens In pay of iX.
dormans have boen sent to Ebgiafd;
a?d nb*/ tura up freq?/roUy in c?tfes
in Holl?id;;>>ayi?iig;th^ Ibo peoi?le bf
l^isnd realise that the' war -ts'' !bat
raaa color &miae.
Ire Ready to Provide Your Ci
m ho? always been? to pi
try best Jn everything in c
: care in gathering stocks
on and be appreciated by
iii? ye-ar is the largest we i
rersi?ed in character, and
ntion Especially to the
Ring? , ' i it
H . KEE
kore That Is Always
The directora ot Chtquola mill, sit
uated at Ilonoa'Pa'Ji will meet .fori
tho regular annual meeting' Monday,]
December 30. Thia meeting ?3 a very
important one to the directors aa it j
ls the meeting at which the annual
dividends are deolarod. The anni "has
been paying a dividend of 5 per cont
on tlie capital stock, and this yearlit
in cai Ll the dividend will be the samo.
AuoiiVer matter of lmportanco is
the Duke power plan, which ia to be
^discussed. Mr. Duke proposes to.
furnish power to tho milt, and thia
is a matter of very great lmportanco
to the directors: ? Some action will
be takon in regard to this matter nnd
the future method of running the mili
may'be changed. .Tust what manges
will result* f,rom, ttils 'meeting aro
hoi definitely' known.
HSCKiPTS WILL Bi: SHS
rrni Xeed $81,000,000 Ifore to Pay
.Washington, D?c. l?.-r-Treasury es
timates that 1016 receipts wll fall by
$8l,fl00,co0 t i meet - ' disbursements,
was cited lb'ib majority report of
the house ways and-'means* committee
In a report o?' a bili to extend the
emergency''revenue lat for 'another
year: . " ?
" The deficit includes $10,000,000 in j
the postal department.. . Extension .ht \
the emergency law ; would pr?vido ?0,
Glass of hot water before break
fast daily keeps the doc
_ tor away. :>;v'
gani -ry ecience has of lato. mftSe
rapid Strides with jesuits that sro ai
untold blessing to humanity. Th? iat
esi : application of its untiring re- j
search io tho recommendation that it
is av necessary to attend to Internal
?anltatlon of "tho drainage ey stem, of
the'human body as .it is to the dralnb
o? the hou::e. ?*^^^K?^^??
Those o? us.who.are..'accustomed to
f??V dull and* honv> '/when wo arise,
tipHtting headache, stuffy frohi a cold,
foul- t^gue, >nnty breath,'acid <ston*v>
sch; eau,"instead, feel as fresh aa)a
j^wj&'by opening tho sluices .of tho
system each, morning and Hushing' out
thc whole of the- internal ' poisonous
KUI ??au t matter.
Bvery?'e. whethpr ailing/ ^c4c : or
?buu??, each'-J morning ;'vbefore
breakfast/ drink ? glass ?ot. roa! hot
WttJer with ia; teaspoonful ox limestone
phosphate-: lu if. to wash from, ''the
otoinacbf liver and bowels tho' \>t?y
bile i end poisonous toxins ,} thus
defensing, sweetening': and/ port^ing
the- vmtire alimentary c?aai "^-.fcafokG
putting;, more food Into the stomach.
Thc action of hot water'and limestone
phosphate jon''an'v'emp/ty'-,'at?'tntteU'''' sis
wonderfully invigoraiiiig. te ftieafaa
dat' ailene BOO*, fermentstlohs, gases.
-waste .. add acidity iiafci gives ene * a
jrtf? ar? enjoying yoiir breakfast ?he
phosphated hot water is : Ouletty ex
tracting a large voltpueof water from,
the blood and .getting f?ady for a
thorough flushing of all: the lus
organs,--v:*- . -
The millions et peosfi - who aro
feoth.ered with ccnsUr&Vton, ; bili
spells, stomach trouble. 1 yhcuma
Stiffness;, others who. <: nave, sallow
complexions 'jar? urged to get a. u?ar
te*, pound: of ; limestone phosphate
from th? " drug store. Tfc>la :,wil?
vi*y::tf&e,!- but-"??-sui?Srt?fpt-^' .
anyone a pronounced crank ?? tho
aub-}set. ot:' iote*a?$? ?fa?itatio^
recent for your
KW line; exercis
that we know
have eves* invited you to Dee
priced at the very lowest
Vast Assembly of
Cuff Links, etc,
SE ?? CO
Ab?oJotdy M?-r ttd StricUf MotUni
Opposite Capitol and. Union Station
Renowned for us High Service and Low Rates.
Room perd?, without bath ?^60 ?4?,
Roon p? d?y with bsth $5&.00 ?sa op
AU Rooms Outside
; SK IBB ? ? . .
SOUTHERN Py?LItS ?tiLIf IES GO.
Only eight more shopping days until
Christmas. Our Christmas trade has open
ed up earlier than common and the goods
are selling fast. ; Don't : delay your' pur
chases, until the last for' you may be disap
pointed kn getting what you Vant. Re~
i-^MibeX: we. ;ate headquarters' for the fol
Metel Wagons '
Bow* & Arrows
. An^-)waic?erosi*- other ?art?cl*?^ '
miar- Reps??teg >uV'Gtoa;. '' ft** ?'?Ba?sy.*?.'