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We Thank You
ONE AND ALL
For Your Past Patronage and Wish You
A Merry Christinas
Prosperous New Year
B. Fleishman & Bros.
Osborne & Pearson's Old Stand
Public Square Anderson, S. C.
ICE CREAM JPARLOR AND CANDY
(Formerly Olympia Candy Kitchen)
Have complete line Candies, Fruits, Toys and Cigars.
Soft Drinks a Specialty.
We solicit your trade.
j Four Cans ci Spot?sss Cleaner, wbidb deaiur anything; }
S with One Luster Box, which brightens and polishes Glass ; ^
J and all Metals, with One Jiffy Brash Free. AH far & wt*.
Seven boxes or cakes of etcher Golden Rod Washing
Powder, or White Flag Laundry Soap (or you, may take
p?? them mixed) fc *:^ Sj cents. ' .15 .
These Special prices' are good while , our .
?j . ? .-.
Iable prices, so take;advantage of ii' now*
This week we also have Special;prices on Teas, Cocoa
. and Spices. Money saved is money made. Phone 22.
?JV Mr ?Mi?Cowrt
. South M^n ' y ' ?' ? ': ? S ? Phwte 22 ' j
[ff Christ?a??atia ? H appy ; - Year, we -
. ?I' /take,tliis-me^s;6f j .
I? arid patrons for their ?it?er?l patronage, .
H Sixteen vr?tf find, cs t^^r prepared' ibah c 1 j
j??E GiliOS? IS
Q?E MQKEV OH HAND!
WILL DECIDE WITHIN NEXT!
FEW DAYS WHERE IT
WILL BE SPENT
?2,200 FOR PAVING
j Several Petitions for Pavi**?; Aro j
on File and Will Bo No
/Trouble in Spending it.
Tho accounts and finances of tho
Street T'avlng Commission have been
canvassed by Air. D. A. Ledbetter,
'treasurer, Mr. J. H. Godfrey, mayor,
[and Mr. "Wade A. Sanders, etty engi
neer, and it is learned ihst the com
miBsion will have on hand from thc
bond money approximately ?1.100 af
tor all street paving Work b finished
and ?paid ?or. This bnlsnc? ootne?
from a, margin allowed by the com
mission in mapping out the street
?paving, and fro minterest that has
been collected on tho bond money on
deposit in tho Various banks of the
On being advised of the fact that
something over si,ooo would bo left on
hand after the present paving work
is settled! for, Mr. D. ff. Horton,
chairman of tho commission, steted
yesterday ,l'-mt he would call- a meet-'
lng of the commission to be held Borne
time next week when s?me additional
paving work would bo mapped out.
Having 81,100 lott as a balance
means that the commission will have
$2,200 tb spend on additional paving,
b?causo an amour.? equal lo that
held, by the commission will bp paid
by tho abutting property owners. "j
The commissioners do not autici-^
! pate^aoy^.trovi/ie, p,t all In procuring
! t'ho nectary petitions for additional
street paving, because several <peti?
tions are already on file, having como
Sn voluntarily without' .any Indication
from the commission : that the' streets
named would be improved. As a mat
ter of fact since the people are now
Reelng and appreciating the. worth
o! street paving it is, believed' that
the proper number of signatures could
be procured on a petition to pave any
street in tho city.
It hus been suggested lhai since tho
! additional paving, will have to be
brick paving wi!?- >( .-'v.-..
brick paving, beeanao l?e. ~
plant is dismantled ?nd the asphalt
brew has departed '?rom the city j that
'Peoples street, from Whitner street
io!Church street be paced. This ls
?;'t?arr?w. street and, by uaiug extra
wide c?ment drains City. Engineer
Sanders thinks that these.two blocka
of streets can ' bo paved with * l?je
mopey on, hand;. Then, it: has. also
been suggested by some abutting pro- |
j&rty owners, that North Fant street,
^Calhoun to Greenville, be' paved . The
property owners on this street filed a,
petition for paving some time ago.
This street is an important one and
has heavy traveling. These ore
.\?-erely .'suggestions on t? e part ot
nome "people, and as'Mr. Horton said
yesterday: "We will meat som? time
next week and decido what 1B best' ta
ba done with the money on hand/'
lt will bo.pleaslnk nows to : .. th?i
people! o? " the city that a balance o'
the bond mouoy'iB on baud. Arid, in
order /that theres might hot -'be1; any
misunderstanding lt might be well to
state font the'money 'on . liand ls not
any part of the mono, paid by amutt
.lng property owners on ?ny or the"
streets improved. Tho balance on
hand, ps already sthted, ls dub to thc
margin made by tito commissioners in
mapping "out the work-with tho boud
money, and from interest procured
from, .the banka ior thc bank da-.
T. ll *OT A CANDIDATE
Mod i? McCormick So Declares of
Colonel Roosevelt. :'
i^IOhei, Roosevelt is not a candi
dato for either the republican or tho
progressive nomination foi- the presi
dency at this time, in the opinion of
Modul McCow -ick, tho former ipro?
gre'ssive leader tn illinois, who reV
turned .today tr^m,^?ow>li?pi-k.,
"While, In New York 1 ?hbd <v talk
witit^iJol?nal;Roosevelt;" ?aid, Mr.
McOprmick. "So far as 1 know the
colonel, hos dono nothing to Ind?calo
that lie will be a candidate; for ibo
republican nomination for president,
lor'.fer tho progressive nomination'
r?ihar'i ?"In, three mates be refused' lo
p?rm?t" bia friends to put <ais name
Upon, tho primary ballot." _j J
Mri '-HcC-Oiiuick' ?t/^icd, inat^ne. ni
t?nded the dinner given .Friday nicht
by? Judge Gary and attended io-;ttf?
coloite! and a numb>r bf his political
Asked ir: it Is Colonel Roosevelt's
intention1" to ke?p die progressif mk-'
oh$6e*$fita?? add havo ii rep?y fer"
bhsiftdsV ?rir thc event that ino"'
?jwUs?fr' action similar to
he :4f?i^b&mMs?i in J 8i?$?g
?UBS^ ^o^jaiCri wlth the colonel
pud that h? had no authority \yfM.\
speafc ?o* htm.
lt" veaaski?"on excellent auwority.
ioday. that ',: national . oomni?tteem?c:
?cke?; waa th* ipirogrest?te ^a^er/^rJ^I
had taken-%iloa on tho' Florentino;
room and '2? steeping roijm? ut ; th?:
Gongrosa hotel rearing the^ptsbj?can
convention . lt was . denied- by~ the
hotel mao&^sm??t - tSat ; the ; con tr ac t
had f^n closed ; ^Mcago .Dispatch *,
?lcwThh ?Q SSJni!
;':iicwider:^^aJtel^lal^ns>. - Congie
Jfttit?efty by/.tar thinest ated?elo* in, .
thc nisr^ot- SothtW6&$&:. ?itt**?*****
?<: t s.! A^ttinHHSH
?fS^-Whers.jtf.e ?'te st?me. ?>pini&?,sj
EXERCISES AT FIRST PRES-j
BYTERIAN CHURCH ON
Tins Yeer and Will Receive Cer
The graduation of the senior claes
bf nurses at tho hospital will bol
held January 4th,at tho First ProBby-1
terian church. ^The graduation exor
cises bave' not j been determined on,;
but some appropriate speeches and
otho?- c?r?monies will be- gono
;.. Cac, of. tv.e Jast, social functions of j
thc ycf- tao hospital was he'd
Wednesday 'evening when the Junior :
Nurses entertained the Seniors at
[the Nurses Home. Tho affair was an
! enjpyablo one-, and was more partl
? oularly enjoyable to tlio senior .nura-;
pe'a as ll) is one bf the last of these
functions they .will attend at thc
/ The young ladies who graduate thia
-. _ Misses J. B. Seay, Mary T. Lewis
Lucille Rodgers, Iva Tate, Lila Strik
ing, Jane Fenndl and Zella Gentry.
They lmve- completed tho four yeai
course required ,by the state and or?
graduated as trained nurses.
PHI EST DE PBX H S TU3IULTY
In direct contrast to the sharp
criticism ' of many Catholic newspa
pers and priests against President
Wilson's ..secretary, Joseph Tumulty, ?
on tho issue of Carranza'a alleged
ontl-CathoIlc attitude, one of the. .most
influential' priests of the Hartford
Diocese, the. Bev. Edward Plannery j
bf Haxarflvlile, issued a defense to
day qf MT. TbmuliJy's loyalty to t?te '
Wilson administration's; recognition
' Father FlOnbery holds that 4n view
of all tho documentary evidence thUB
Car. adduced, Mr^ .Tumulty was"Justl
?ed in cor?uR?ts the d?fense of the
admiuistratlion. "l?e rdds :
^?SO'??r os tto? Catholic pres? at
larg*-, aced ba Weighed, dil the infoi
ration, hos . comblirrom sources :al
ready considere^,, . and. the' editorial
commentas only ah'et?ro. Mr. Tumul
ty may or may not be right. But as
Leader O'Brien in Cork told Harold
Bogolo. the clergy are splendid men;
but as politiclan?_,they are pitiable.
- Hartford. pis?^ch:
John T. Btariss & Son,
v.. Anderson, S. C.
';7^^ear vSirsi .. . V/?h to
^^e^J^';CltM^ahM ir*, pi
haveb eeeta done with a
ara giving satisfaction ?
mend Shem to an> one t
Dr. Kay Ly in a? Wilbur;
.Dr. ??ay Lyman Wilbur-will assume
the presidency of Leland Stanford
Junior .University-at Palo Alto, Cal.,
Jan. 1, and.jWill i'aen bo one of the
youngest men' to. occupy such an im
portant post.-Ho was born in Boones
vilie, Iowa/ April 19, '1676, aud remov
ed to California when a boy. After (
graduating from riverside High
school ho entered Stanford, where he
received his baccalaureate degree In
1896, taking the master's degree the
following year.- In : 189 hp took hie
diploma from Cooper College In . S?ii
'francldco. wh!cf><- has since , become !
the school ot Medicine under Stanford
university, with Dr. Wilbur as tho
dean for the past five years. As
I presldeni k?'eucce?ds Dr. John Cas- i
par Brannor, who has served two
years in .that; capacity.
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your name and address clearly. You
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Compound, for . coughB, colds olav
croup; Foley Kidney Pills, for pain
In side and baok, rheumatism, back
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and Foley Cathartic Tablets, a whole
some and thoroughly cleansing cath- j
artic for constipation, biliousness,'
headache and BiugelBh bowels.--Sold
.: ' For Ye
ianWg. S. ?, Dec. 23, 1915.
say' you certainly c?vered tho
sa dav and do not believe ii coald
?ny other ??sing?e. ..The shingler
a every particular:-?ea?'~ite?ax?*
lesiring a goi>d. shingle.
. :,. Very Ut*p?xl?^r,
;/..'':. - ?. P. Harnmpsid,
St?^?rroan Budding Committee.
To Owr Friends and
May 1916 bring to you and your 363
. cheerful days and prosperity tra bund&nce,
and may the Yuletide be for you aa bright
aa childhood'? happy Christmas hours.
Closed Saturday and Monday, open
T.L. CeJy Co.
A Merry Christmas
We only regret the fact that we cannot, at this appropriate
season, clasp your hand and tell you personally hew much we
appreciate Ureipatronage . you have given wa during the pai*.
Once, more-we wish you and yours a Merry OiristRwa &s*&
A Happy and Prosperous Wow Year! ~
Walter H. Keeto
Raymond E. Ckchraa^ j
Greetings to You and
>u -AA Abidance of
Plenty and Piro^perity
kout the Coming Year
ROBT. E. LIGON ' ~ ' '
i:' Gcn*i Manager :: " '
Address all communicatiosw to tbs company j
. Andersons. C., Dec 2301013, . j
.-Me^rs, j?o. T.. Barras & Son..
Andereon, S. C. : |
Gcntkraea: Referring' to yoer.'..of' jt?v*Wfl?.,/ ;; VJ;.? "
to, ?ayvtlwt we.lwve used quite st Jot of yow ?Mtfa? - ?
?hingle and ?arjfe ^ I
. or tisree years esperieBca car* withal ' " g
a; complaint m r?g^to' tbe,roof :teafcmg;and;ghfe#:ftny . | ?
We do not jbetl^ to ?9 yow teeta! thSagMe - * . /ff
sheet ?M;lr?ifte^^4id ft'WHl worti? t*n3?> $?*i#S&*<:y h&? ^?:
c^e u???reste? to give your p 1'