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?OB SALE-Several 5 ncr? tracts ot
land on the P. & N. Ballway, about
t'f?? asd a feslf -ra?les out. Fia? ar>??
level. . Price right. Ses mc at once
if interested. Any one, black or
. white can buy. W. M. Walker.
10B SALE-Agricultural Lime. Ap
ply now to your gardens at rate of
from ? one to AVA tnnR per acre il'z
elie an and there is not a garden lu
Anderson but that needs lime-lt
will correct, blicht and sweeten
your Sour Soil and make your fer
tilization readily avalla Lie. Phono
464, 'Purman ,Smith, Seedsman. .
FOB SALE- Ono second hand ono
horse wagonV; W. L. BriBBey Lum
' "ber Co..;.
fOE SALE- Evorything in the Una ol
; fresh fruit? Dan t. are in season:
penni, " ?ppl?s, ' bananas, grapes,
i oranges, lemons, cocoanuts, nuts ct
ell kinds, and candles that make
your mouth water, and at prices
that don't make you sick either. J.
.K.. .llanos. ... A-.\
CAUDLE the Gasoline Man on the
cerner of-Main and Earle 8ts,
.wants-bin friends and patrons to
know that the paving work does
not Interfere With his gasoline
.. business'. Candle needs the business
and is on the Job at all times.
ItANTED-Foarders, centrally locat
ed, 304 North McDufflo street. Tele
. /phone .308. Mrs. T. K. Ropor. .
FOB BEKT-Teh room house on acre
. lot two blocks from square, screen
-ed throughout; large screened sleep
.*': ln? porch; .-Has .all conveniences,
water, lights.': and gas. Bent rea)
c.R?nable: Apply, IO-MTS. W.rC.Plant,
? .223'Wost Church St., Phone 440;
? -.j % : .--o
<?? OUB COAL is tho kind that burns all
- up, . IC?TIXI& but S few SShwS." It *s
. ecbhoray to hurd that kind at high
er price : than the inferior grade nt
cheaper price. Phone 182 to Wyatt
the Coal Man.
STTHE MEBCHANT TBADE-One
caf..cotton seed meal; car Snow
Drift irrigated wheat flour. All
kinfls horse, mule and cow feeds. ?Bee
G. E. Turner at P. & N. Depot.
equipped typewrite:' rebuilding In
the south 4 Factory experts for. all
makes machines, 'your old machine
can.be made as geed as new tor a
chiall amount. C. C. Dargan, Hub
bard Building. 10-29-2Ot
' IN.PLACIKG your fire Insnranco re
member that Frank ??; DeCams
Re ul ty Company represents onlj
strong, old line companies. Your
business will " oe appreciated.
(. ,;io^-tt-/.,- ,. . .- : .. .
WE ABE PAYING $38 per ton for cot
ton seed, soiling hulls at $13.00 pet
ton. sud will exchange 3 tona hulla
V for X ton seed and .1 ton vf cotton
?eed meal for ton ot seed. Martin
Woqd ft Coal Co.
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. COME TO The Luncheonette when
? % ' . : -you' are hungry. Wo cook auythlng
that^Js In season, and we cook ll
-' ? rlgh^ V A"sk tbs man who eats here
'/;'.;. i^i* Orders served Quickly. Oys
ters kny style. Next door! to Union
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AM ?"'.;.'? W ANTEB-^-A goori far m for bh? ol
- our customers, if von have a farm
: c for sale wer wlH be glad to consider
4L-. ?^lep^ Wataon, (Jn?. Idnley
;:;W.\R;^tM>n:v. ,y ? ; ..,
? t. ??f?El^T?Bl^-H?ve Just ' recelvec
' ^k '??itljt'.c^ ^vi L; C, 8mlto.NO/-l:
: tieachihes. . Tbe?e;machl^es ?re th?
V - last word in Typowrit'?r " c??6trnc;
':'''Viio?^ccs^?blDingi.the'?'beBt. features ol
tOt'the other m?kcs?WitR practlCaU?
'* ? nohi?css op?ration.. Will be glad-.ti!
- 's.?a?ko'-'a. domb?str?tl?n' in your ot
flee. .sC/Cr.Dargan, -Agent "
: FIOO?V? Knbbard Building.
The'?nuaiitweeting ot Um Stock
: holder?; iit !fa??$&ffa:?M Aadsrsi?a
Anderson,. &*#*.'*??<.U hold at ita
B&nki?g. Bi?iis? ph rT^sscay, :'Jv?wff
4, iSlS ai.ooon.
W. Y. Q?ARLES
Office: Over Watton Drag Store j
Iva, S. C.
Quattlebaum & Cochran |
Have Moved Heir Office to
THE BROWN BUILDING
Over the Dime Savings Bank
Dr. HENRY R. WELLS
Office F. * 3U BufJdjag
Office 527-Phones-Residence 9$
Dr. C, Mack Sanders
Office 304-5-G Bleckloy Building,
office Phone 429 Residence Phone 140
Chisholm, Trovrbridgo St Saggs'
Nrw Theatre Bsa<Sn?
Wt? Wfeitaer St?
C. GADSDEN SAYRE
WC-4fW titecfctey Beding
'Anderson. S. C.
Wo. ought to havo Candidato C?tts
at our fair. He Is reportod to have
said that If flvo sardine cana were
thrown Into the air at one time that
he could put a whole in every one bf
them with a gun before they foll tb
tho ground. -, That is some shooting,
and would attract the attention of'
bur best sportsmen."-Ocata ' Banner.
ANNUAL STOCKHOLDERS MEETING
The anabal meeting of the Stock
holders of the Calhoun Falls Invest
ment Company, will he held .-r. tho of
fices of The Bank of Anderson on
Wednesday, January 12, 1916 at four
O'clock P. M.
,v."' ' P. E. CHhkacalos,
W. F. Cox, Secretary.;;-;
| JUDGE OWRQMTz'sxUE. i
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, v >
ANDERSON COUNTY. .
In the Probate Court'. . : .
j Burt R. Bryant, as administrator' ot
tho estate of N. ,K. Bryant, deceased,,
and individually, Plaintiff,
John G, Bryant, William J. Bryant,
Thoma?.. Turner Bryant, T. Stokes
Bryant,'Vienna V. Elad es; RoBa-Mut
llktn, ; George Clayton Bryant, Luther
Bryant, Patron Johnson, D. Bryant,
Baniol Bryant, Lee Bryant and Sam
uel Jones, Defendants.
In accordance with an order of le
herein granted by the Probate. Court,
v..ited tho -3rd day of November,. 1916,
I will sell, on ' salesday. in January
next, .belne Monday, January 4, 1910,
between the usual hours' ot public
salo, in front of Oie Coprt .House in
City of. Anderson, S.' C., for cash, purr
chaser to pay extra for deed and
stamps, that certain, piece,, parcel or
tract of land .slt-uato . ip Anderson
County, In tho- Sta to aforesaid, on
waters of 18 Mile ?reek, adjoining
Calhoun Brock, Wayne Pant bud
others, containing'forty-one and one
fourth (41?-4) acres* and hoing the
sarao land conveyed to the said N. K.
Bryant by Jooiph J. Fretwoll by deed
dated September 23, 1??5, recorded in
Said office in Book D-4, page seo.
W. P. Nicholson,:
Dec. 17, 1915. ' lt-18-ltaw-3w
if yo? are throwing away
four income, tb&V?/^m^f?
vfhsi you, sifts doing. Sayo
?se D?mes that thoy; taay
grow iato Douars ?s tho
ye?r*-go;by,;. "?i''^ '> WM
VmmmmmHmmm ? mm
THE NEW FABLE OF THE HOIST
ERINQ BLADES WHO ABSORBED
THE MAGNETIC CURRENT DI
RECT FROM THE CENTRAL
. Out in the Celery Belt of tho Hin
terland there is a stunted Flag-Station.
Number Six. carrying ono Day
Coach and a Combination Baggage
and Stock Car, would pauso long
enough to unload a Bucket of Oysters
and take oe a Crate of Eggs.
in thia Settlement the Leading Citi
zen? still wear Gum Arctics with large
Buckles, and Parched Corn ls served
Si hu;:;;.? Fun?lUm?.
Two highly respected Money-Getters
of pure American Stock held forth in
this lonesome Kraal and did a General
One was called Milt In honor e? the
Blind Poet, and the other claimed the
following brief Monnlker, to wit:
Neither of them had to pay tho Wo
man who did the Housework.
Henry and Milt got -what they could
during the Daytime and always stood
ready to trim up the -Dark Lanterns
and operate, at Night.
' These two Pillars of Society had
marched at the head of the Women
and School Children during the Dry
Movement -which banished King Alco
hol from their Fair City.
As a result of their Efforts Liquor
was not to be obtained in this Town
except at the Drug Stores and Restaur
ants or in the Cellar underlying any
For Eleven Months. and Three
Weeks out of every Calendar year
these two played Right and Left
Tackle In the Stubborn Battle to Up
lift tho Community and better the
; They walked the Straight and Nar
row, wearing Blinders, Check-RdnB,
Hobbles and Interference Pads.
Very often v. Mother would hurry
her little Brood to the Front Window
when Milt or Henry passed by carry
ing under his arm a Package of Corn
Flakes and the Report of the General
Secretary in charge of Chinese Mis
"Look!" she would say, Indicating
Local Parasol), with index Finger. "If
you always wash behind the Ears and
learn your Catechism,. you. may grow
up to be like Him."
th? Frost is on the Stock Market mid
Wal!'Street ls in the BhocavHUt and
F.'enry would do a. Skylark Ascension
'.roiq the Homo Nest and Wing away
toward the Rising Sun. t5?
They called it Fall Buying, because
? ?>?th ui tut;m B?ti?;ut cud hutu ?x iu??B
At Home neither of them would
Kick In for any Pastime more worldly
than a 1 O r: ont ll. P. Show depicting a
large number of Insane People falling
The Blow-Off came on the Trip to
tho City. That was the. Big Show.
Every Nickel that could ba held out
went Into the little Tin Bank, tor they
I; nc v.- that when they got together 100
ot these Washers, a> man np in New
York would let them have some Tif
fany Water of Rafe Vintage, with a
Napkin wrapped around lt as an Evi
dence of Good; Faith.
On Winter Evenings, Milt would
don the Velvet Slippers and grill his
Lower Extremities ,on the ornate Pqr<
tico such-, as surrounds every lilil?
price 'BaserBurner. . -
While thus crisping himself he loved
to . read News': Notes, from Gotham,
Signed Carolyn Stuyvesant, who
seemed to have the Entree into the
Best Houses. .. ,
Ho did not know that Carolyn had
. tangled Whiskers and jotted down his
Boudoir Secrets in a Weinstube, using
.a borrowed Pencil.
So he believed what it said in the
Paper about a woll-known Heiress hav
lins tho Teeth of her favorite Ponier
anbin Siled with Radium at a Cost ol
' Whenever he go*, this kind of .j
j Private Peet into thV<lay Life of the
Modern Babylon, he began to breathe
through his Nose ani tug at thc
-Leash. .. . i,\ . :
' He longed to dash away on the Erl?
to look at the Iron Fence in front ol
?fissr^'Hsnic cf thc^ ; Pomeranian.
> Whc-n tho Day of Days arrived^l?ti
?and Henty would be seen a* the.'i^epol
jwtth^??hge?ted ' Suit-Cases andi theil
iNecks all newly shaven and powdered
Sf OT the approaching Jubilee,
! Each hod pinned Into hir college
invade Suit enough currency to lift thc
Debt on the Parsonage, ''^^^^m^i
Already tkeyvere Smo'king Foreign
Ctgars and thooto wera a m?ro Hint ol
What tho TAiiure had in Store.
. mu?, waiting for Number Six they
J wired for Two Rooms and Two .^aths
(and to hare Relays walting fa :tlw
; M?nloaro Parlor.
; ' 'Jp at the Junction, where they
cifnght the Limit??,, they moved into
High and besan to peet from the
Tho Steak ordered ; In tho Dining
Car hung over the edge Ot tho Table
and they scuffled to see which ?a?
wouM ^y . the Check.
A* for tho Boy in the
tto? isa haard a Sound Uko
he came out. of tho Dark Room and
began to open small Original Pack*
? When they approached the Metrop
olis, via' the Tunnel, they thought
they were riding lu on a Curt?as Bi
Between the Taxi and the Register
they stopped to shr.ho hands with an
Old Friend who woro c. White Suit
and was known from Coast-to Coast
as the originator of a Pick-Me-Up
which called for everything back of
the Working Board except tho Li
cense and the Bicarbonate of Soda.
The Clerk let on to remember them
and quoted a Bargain Rate of Six Dol
lars, meaning by the Day and not by
They wanted to know if that waa
the Best he had and he said lt was, as
thc Sens of Ohio wer? bavins a Din
ner in tho Main Banquet Hall.
SQ they ordered a lot of Supplies
neut up to e?ch Room and wanted to
know If there was a Good Show In
Town-something that bad been de
nounced by tho Press. :.
Tho Clerk told of one In wheh As
bestos Scenery was used and Firemen
had to standen the Wings, so they
tore over to the News' Stand and
bought two'on the Aisle for $8 from
a pale' Goddess who kept looking at
the Ceiling all during the Negotla
. . ; -CV (<-.'..
The. Fias Station Seemed Far Away.
tiona, for she' boomed out ot Sympathy
with njer. Sordid Surroundings.
Th?a to the Rooms with their glit
tering Bedsteads and insulting prod
. igality of TOWCIB.
After calling up the Office to com
plain of tho.. Service, they shook the
Moth Halls out of their Henry Millers
and besan to sort tho Studs.
When , fully attired. In Evening
Clothes, . including the Sheet-Iron
Shoes, they knew they looked like
New York Club Men and the Flag
Station seemed far away, aa in mi
..Other World. ... . v
. Instead of the usual 3:80 Repast of
Chipped Beer in Cream. Body Biscuits
and a Stoup of Gunpowder Tea, they
] < rdorcd up Capo Cods, Potato Let-It
go-at-that, \ Sweetbreads So-and-so, oa
, and on past the . partially heated Duck
and Salad with Fringe along the Edges
j and. Cheese that bad waited tod long
and a Check for 917.40 and the Walter
. peeved at being slipped a paltry $1.60.
.Heigh-ho! It ls a Frolicking Life!
Pity the Poor Folks who are now get
1 ting ready to court the Flax ia
I ' Akron, . Ohio, and Three Oaks, Michi
gan^ and Tulsa. Oklahoma, with no
thought of what they are Missing.
i They remembered afterward being
' tn a glided Play-House with the Aetlv?
irles equally divided between a Trap
i Drummer end 700 restless Young Wo
. men. .. -* "
Then, being assailed by tho Pangs
' of Hunger, they went out and pur
chased 'Crab Flakes at 20 cents a
> Flake, after which they paid to get
? their -Hats and -next Morning they
i ? ?Are back, in their rooms, entirely sm>
. rounded by Towels.' . .
On the third Afternoon,' Milt sns
> pended FvU Buying long enough to
f send bis Ftiaally bTBook of Views'show
. lng the ,'Sto itue ; ot Peter Ooop?r?. tho
: Aviary io Bronx- Path and Brooklyn
? Bridgo by?Moonlight.; r
' , \Then,'"-withi a ?lear Conscience, ha
I Went back and. put. his Foot on tho
Stall. . .... .
The morning on which their Bodies
> wera taken the Pennsylvania Station
broke bright and ;eheery. ,
i " Milt said uomobody bad fed him a
r steam Radiator iand; put Mittens oa
him and unscrewed hie Kneecaps.
' \ Otherwise, ho was O. ? K.
i Henry kept t wavins the? English
( Sparrows out of thei:Way, and askins
why co m?ny* Belts Weiro m$jtfflm%
Two weeks later, at tba Union .Rev
i j viva! Services, when Rev.' Poindexter
. gave ant that rousing old Stand-By
iwplch begins "Ylold Not td Tampta
; tlon," Milt and Henry' croea from th?
> .C^hiohed Seat? and aap? their toot
? ? loads off.
:?. liORA^: Ono whb.w<?t>3a pat Sita?
' iori ti* Mat 'tati&'&tt, Inside Ittt?jsij*;
i ? tierii&om - J??^^f?ttifepit :T?^i?Mi?Mu
This Christmas Store is the Destination of Gift Buyers
The fact that shoppers are rarely disappointed, when they come
here has led them to make this their shopping center.
The large displays of Christmas merchandise have proven won
derfully attractive to purchasers. The stocks are broad enough to
gratify any desire and the special displays suggest many gifts, thus
saving you much of the worry of "What to Give."
If you have failed to see all these assortments come at once-rif
you have seen them, come again and buy while they are complete!
Hosiery for Gifts
You'll sure'y teal ? roany
gifts of Ho? .ory-it is airare
elated by every woman.
Make your gift purchases
now when you caa ' do so
leisurely. Then you'll have
at least a good share of your
Christmas shopping don?. ;
livery good silk, lisle or
cotton kind is here in all
sises. Black and colors.
Holeproof and Phoenix at
7Bc. ll.00 and $1.60.
Gloves Are Always Ac
People always enjoy re
ceiving RloveB. Wo havo all
sorts in leather and fabrics
in all sizes and colors.
Wrong sizes gladly exchang
ed after Christmas.
Ladies Hand Bago
Fine Leather Hand Bags
in tito newest shapes, priced
from 91.00 to 16.50.
Silk and Dress Goods for
Wo have dress and waist
lengths all cut and carefully
packed in Christmas boxes.
Moiy a man who is at a loss
to know what gifts will be
most pleasing to his wlfo or
daughter will find somo of
theso dress or waist patterns
"Just, the thing!" Lowest
Lovely novelties in- wido
Ribbons suitable for. glfto SB ?
Hair Bows and Sashes. j
Rugs for Christmas Giving
If it's a Bug that is need
ed in tho homo let tho wife
glvo lt to the husband for
their m.utual enjoyment. Wo
have a big stock of - choice
patterns and ?our prices aro
unusually low'? especially
since rugs have advanced
fully 25 per cent this fall. A
room rug bought now will
look remarkably good to'you
when you price the same
From $2.60 to $6.50.
Knit Goode for Giving
tSwoatetrs. scarfs, caps-all
kinds ot knit goodB can be
bought to best advantago
hore. And theso articles
make splendid gifts!
For men, women and chil
dren. $2.60 to $7.00.
.j . .."'.'."''?.'.''"'. .
Silk or Satin Kimonas ? in
all latest styles. $5.00 to $6.60
lt was one of those dry, matt?r-of-fact men of
figures and statistics wnp estimated that one-third ot
Santa Claus' annual gift! distribution consists of hand
You'll believe him when you stand in the .midst of
?. snowy shower of snowy bits of fine linen and note
how the swift-flying needles have elaborated borders
and corners. '
Who can describe a complete stock of gift handker
chiefs-certainly we're riot equal to the task. You'll
find exactly what you want long before you'll see all
we have to .show you. .
We have them in Linen and Crepes, for men and
women-plain or initial from iSc to $1.00 each.
SUITS, DRESSES AND COATS
AU of our most desirable garments in attractive
styles haye been marked at very low prices. All of
these garments are perfectly made from the most pop
ular fabrics in choice styles-the sort you seldom see
at such reduced prices.
Mrs. B. Graves Boyd
Wo buy our furs from tho
bigger.t and beBt furrier in
Now York; and this year wo
bought beforo tho advance in
Ladles furs $5.00 to.t50.C0
a set -
Childrens [ furs $2.60 to
?5.00 a set.
Separat^ pieces also.
Waist Values / Extraordi
. nary. .
Silk and Ocorgetto d'eues
in all thia seasons beet styles
in pink, whits and flesh col
ors $2.50 to $6.50.
'plain sr.a Shirts at $2.60.
A big lot of extremely
pretty and warm, serviceable
coats for Children in Cordu
roy and Velvet, trimmed with
fur at special prices.
UNDOUBTEDLY tho pret
tloBt lino tfi dolls over seen
in Anderson, Come, see
them! t'ou'll agree with us.
Price $1.60 to $3.60.
Kt connut'?ide il for Croup.
Coughs, colds,' croup, hoarseness,
I inflamed throat, bronchial troubles or
I sore chest: are relieved' by Foley's
I Honey and Tar which opens stopped
air passages, soothes -and herds in
flamed surfaces, and restores normal
breathing. W. C. Allen, Bossley, Moi,
says:: "I hare raUed a family of
four children and used Foley's Honey
and Tor with all of them. I find: it
tho best cough and croup medicine 1
evor used. I used lt for eight or ten
years and . can ' recommend lt for
M--. .., ?'.-'..'?-!
PIEDMONT & NORTHERN
Nev 81.,.,..;...V........ 7:35-?. M
N?, $8................... 9:85 A. M
-.vi.vvi? ?'??.?.-?i.,11:40 ?. M.
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No. 41,.....,;. 6:00 P. M.
No. ?.i?.v?.i............ 8:26 P. M.
No. 45..............10:20 P. M.
DEPARTURES !?' >
No.' 30.. . a:? A: At
$*#M%T?miter.* ...... 8??5 4* ^
MM lWD&> . . . ' - W:'0 A. M.
No. 88.k.?ciWt'....1**10 P. ft?.
No. 88................... S:80 P. M.
No, 40.......... 4:50 P. M.
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