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?AGE TEA IN
FADED OR DRAY HAIR
If Mixed With Sulphur it Darkens
So Naturally Nobody Can
Grandmother kepi lier hair hcuuti
tully darkened, flossy and attractive
with a brew of Sage Tea and Sulphur.
Whenever her hair look on thal dull,
faded or streaked appearance, thin]
simple mixture wa? applied willi won
derful effect. Hy asking al any drug
store for "Wyeth's Sage and Su'.diur
Compound," you will get a large hol
lie of this old-time recipe, improved
hy the addition of other ingredients,
all ready to use. for about f)0 cents.
This simple, mixture can bc depended
upon to restore . natural color and
beauty to the hair.
A well-known downtown druggist
nay? everybody uses Wyeth's Sag')
and iSulphur Conpound now because
li darkens so naturally and evenly
thal nobody can tell it has been ap
plied-it's so easy to use. too. You
simply dampen a comb or soft brush
and draw lt through your hair, tak
ing one strand at a time. Hy morning
Hie gray hair disappears; after an
other application or two, it ls restor
ed to it? natural color and "looks glos
sy, soft and beautiful. This prepara
tion ls a delightful toilet requisite, lt
is not Intended for thc cure, mitiga
tion or prevention of dlHeuse.
To cook with is the most
convenient fuel to be
And it is the cheaper,
too when the least bit of thought |
and attention is given it.
Try it for awhile? and
you will Eike it. There are many
satisfied users of gas in Ander
It's just the thing to|
heat the bath room with.
Anderson Gas Co.
PIEDMONT & NORTHERN
' ? ANDERSON.
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100 ADDITIONAL IB
TRUCKS FOR BORDER
General Funston Advised By War
Department That Request
i ll) Associated l*i f..,-. i
Sa II Antonio, April ... (?oner.il
bunston wa?; ail vised by (he wa; l<
part meut tonight t li?t'his ruque." fot
more motor trucks lind been granted,
One hundred and eight additional
trucks have been ordered for th<
border Staff officers, jwevcr, bp
llevo that thc use of tho railroad!;
is still essential, General Pershing han
six thousand horses and mules tfc
feeil and as many 1111*11 and a Une
communications extending three hun.
RECEIVED AT GATE
At lan?a. A pril 5.- Skunk hides r i"
no longer bo nen' through Hi? Atlan
ta pOHtotlico, ?.(cording to an order i .
sued by Postmaster Polling Jones.
Por several years the pelts of skunks
have been cent throng 1 thc mails io
eastern markets, and since the es
tablishment of the parcels post sys
tem tho trappers In th? mountain!,
around Atlanta have unod tlje post
system almost exclusively lu sending
Hie hides io market. ^ ,
This week a partiell ?fir ly "r:pc"
skunk hide was received nt thc local
office, having come lu from one of tho
roads leading Into Atlanta, and con
signed lo tu* casi. Tho oder was so
intolerable that within an hour after
the hide wa? received into Hie post
office the clerks* demanded that lt bc
removed. Thc postal employes wore
notified that no moro skunk hides can
pass through thc Atlanta office.
HA Mi KEPI?KT
Interesting Figures in Report In 1. M.
A report from the olllce of I. M.
Muuldln. slate hank examiner for
South Carolann, for the comparison of
ligures shows a growth of deposits,
loans and discounts in tho 301 state
luniks and trust r?mpanlos, two pri
vate banks and \'? branch hanks lu the
While thorn were four less state
hunks and six less branch ban ICK In
operation on March 7, 1916. than on
March 4, 1015, the total deposits at
thia call Bhowed an Increase of nearly
$8.000.000 over the March 4 call of
hist year, a gain of over 20 per cent.
Rediscounts and hills payable show a
decrease of nearly $2.0t.0,000. The
loans and discounts and total re
sources showed an Increase of over
$4,1.00,000. The other items showed
no notable change.
Excerpts from Mr. Mauldln's state
ment show the totul resources of the
South Carolina banka to bo $71,033,
Capital stock paid in. $11.601,
Surplus Hind, $4,t>S5.?13.5l.
Savings deposits, $17,770,770.41.
Demand certif?calos of deposits,
Timo certificates or deposits, $4.
Wllllamston, April 5-Miss Blanche
Poore. the youngest daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J. C. 'Poora was happily
married - Sunday afternoon nt I
o'clock nt her father's residence by
Hov. S. If. Booth to Mr. John I*.
Riddle or Greenville.
Thc brido was raised hero and has
II great many friends who extend
their best wishes. Mr. Riddle ls a
merchant In Greenville.
Rev. 1). \V. Illott of Picken? who ls
pastor of Big Crook churi.'i near herc
preached for I"-JV. R. W. Alexander
Sunday night at tho First Baptist
church. Mr. ?Illott was pastor at
this church about 25 years ago. Ho
remarked at the beginning of his ser
mon that a large number of his for
mer mohibors hod crosaod ovor the
River and lt was thdroforo largely a
now congregation to him.
Gains lit Caillette Woutis.*
. Paris, April l>.-French troops have
made moro gains in tho Caillette
Woods, south of Douaumont, thc war
olllce reported this afternoon.
A squadron of French aeroplanes
have engaged in n groat raid over
Nantlllols and Oamvllors stations.
Want Lines Extended.
Berlin. April 5.-Hard pressed at
Verdun. France has asked England to
extend the British lines from the river
.Somme to the bend of the French lines
ut Solssons. according to dispatches.
This would roleaso 160.000 French for
tba defense of Verdun.
Meet at Tampa.
Tampa, April 5.-The Southern Gas
Association convention opened hero
with President McD. Dexter of Co
lumbus. Ga., presiding. It will last
throe days. About two hundred mem
bers are attending.
NOTICE PI?AL SETTXEMENT .
The undersigned, administratrix of
the estate ot T- M. Dodd, deceased,
hareby, gvlev- notice that aha will on
April 20th, 101G, at il o'clock a. m..
apply-to tho judge or probate for An
derson county fdr a final settlement
of Bald enlato and a discharge from
her office aa .administratrix.
, ..,'Mrs?.F^ E."Dodd,
I March 18, W16. " *
WHAT 15 THE ?. 5.
W. J. Harris Answers Question
Much Mooted in Newspa
pers and Magazines.
Al lani i, April .".. What is Hie Fed
oral Trade Commission doing'.' WM.I1
does lt, propose lo do? The?? and
many ollie:' questions, some friendly,
some unfriendly. Iiave been asked in
newspapers und magazines repeatedly
during recent month:, und most .if
thuin have boen answered, at leasl !<.
th? ns tiff action of thc cotton manu
facturers of tim south and New Kn :?
?and hy V.'jltiain .1. Harris, the ronn
er Georgia senator who ?vas ip
pointe.I to the Federal Trade Commis
sion liv I'usid'.Mit Wilson while Mr.
Harris was director oT thc I'nit cd
lu his addi'ots'd io t e American
( nttou Minutadtirem' asHociation, in
annual convention here, .Mr. Harri*
told Hie textile nu n that The commis
sion is not an inquisitorial hotly
se:u ching the Held of business for
evil donors, like detectives on the
hunt, tait a body (hat was created f ir
the purpose of anti is devoting all ol
its energies towards constructive -.?.>
operation with tin- great business in
terests of the country.
Mr. Harris declared further that
lc go ve ruinent and business are not
antagonists or hostile towards ea. li
other, but on the contrary Nliou'd
work together. The majority of the
business men of the United .Hates, he
sahl, are unxlo.is. to ciynplj with t ic
ttade 'aw> ip the conduct of their
business, and Hie number that vio
lates f e law Is negligible.
iMr. Harris told the textile men
iluil thc investigation of the higa
price of gasol'ne now Ixdng conduct
ed by the federal trade commission
tinder his supervision will shortly
In; finished, and an official repo^t
In behalf of correct history, which
ls desired hy all. vm\ lu Justice to her
ranking ofllcer and tho greatest mili
tary genies South Carolina produce?!
during, the War lief..cen the States.
Lieut. General Diehard Heron Ander
son. I am writing to call attention to
the strange forgetfulness of him.
whlc'i fxlsts throughout lite length
and breadth of hi? native state. Prize
essays arro written and sent out from
many schools, war sketches aro pub
lished, histories aro compiled, mem
orial addrosses delivered replete with
information, lovelv with words of ap
preciation and gratitude to our ho
rnos who wore the grey; year by year
I have read them, year by year I have
.valtcd to hear the proper tribute
paid tiie'inemoy of this stainless war
rior; quietly ho did hts- duty, and did
lt so well that he was foremost among
the trusted soldiers of Gen. Lee, who
relied upon him with nbsolute confl
fencc to exeeuU' orders, the perform
ance of which entailed especial diffi
culties and dangers. His cool, daunt
less counigo earned for him his v/ell
known soubriquet. "Fighting Dick
Anderson," tho army soon applied to
his division tho cognomen given ita
commander and it was known us t::e
fighting division. Several times
Gen. Ijco publicly commended him
upon the field, on one of those oc
casions ho embracing him. culling
him ttl? "noblo soldier," un unprece
dented demonstration of affectionate
approval from this o-oserVed Com
mander. When Con. Longstreet was
wounded on the Gth of May, 18151,
General Anderson was transferred by
General Lee to tho command of thc
First Corpf, a few days after he re
ceived a lieutenant gonoral's commis
sion, tho first appointment to that
grade from 'tis native state. Ho led
the corps through all the terrible
battles nf that summer and autumn.
General Longstreet returned in tho
i&to full and resumed command ot
his troops. General Anderson wus
assigned to tho command of 'he troopa
which hut! been under Gonoral Beau?*
oguard In Virglnlh. and which now be
came Andornon'st corps; with this
command ho fought his last battle.
\Durlng tho war with Mexico Gen
eral Anderson was tu> highly distin
guished that upon his return from
that campaign tho state of So ?th Car
olina prosented him with a Jeweled
Delicately he boro his honors, so
refined wau his bens! ti ve nature tfiflt
the praise of his1 deeds almost seemed
to pain him. Ho shrank from mak
ing public thc sccala'ma he so richly
Ho sought no favors In recognition
of bis services, nor recompense for
his career. Highly gifted. pure
hearted, unselfish and true, possessed
of a personality altogethar m.ignetlc
and channing, he rose to (tao sublime
heights of self-forgetfulnoss that fow
A chaplet cannot now be pluccd
upon his brow, but lt is not too late io
mako known his record, honor his
bravery and idealize ?his matchless
qualities. It is not too late to -weave
for him the laurel wreaths of memory
and fame so that his name ebal! en
dure amongst his people.
. A fitting memorial would be tho
presentation of his distinguished sor
Vres in book form. This should bo
done while those Who know him aro
still living. They can from personal
knowledge testify to his nobility and
worth as a man, and to his magnifi
cent record as a soldier. This can
bo accomplished now if the expense nf
publication can be arranged tor.
'A daughter ot che Confederacy.
Back From South Pote
Lieut. Sir Ernest ll Shackleton. <
Lieutenant sir Ernest II. Shackle
tun, the lititish explorer, has re
turned to Sydney. Australia, from his
An (arel io expedition. How success
ful he was has not yet been explained
GERMANS OFF SHIP :
_ ?.. i
Britain Replies to Protest of ,
United States Action Near j
(Hy Associated Press.) (
Washington. April 5.-Great Hrl
tain's reply to t .e I'nltcd States pro- '
test against thu removal of thirty- 1
eight Germans frcin the American (
steamer China by th? British cruiser '
off Shanghai has been received at fie A
slate department. While it was not \
made pu Mic. it is understood to in
dicate that the British claim cnty the 1
right to remove pensons of l cir ene- '
mies military establishments fr?m 1
neutral ships. .,. 1
it is said to give assurances that j
If any of the thirty-eight prove not
to oe members of the Gorman army or
nav\> they will bc released.
Bo? Steals '-Newspaper^ ?:?
Vancouver. Wash.. April ii.-A' dog t
that steals the Oregonian from the |
front norcli in a very stealthy man
ner has b?jen d;.-tm?vcred in thin city.
Mrs. Elizabeth Ipiri ki'Uh old Hiibserlb
er. complained severiT' times that her
paper was not' delWVeVd.1 The- de
livery boy was caiititmed, but the pa
per still disappeared. "Thon MTS.
Funk took a station at tho front win
dow and watched. The paper was
thrown-on the porch, In a short time
a beautiful bird dog sueaked along
the street, looked to seo no uno- waa
observing him. pinked up the paper
and fled. .. c. .
Posse Seeks'1 Robber.
Cheyenne. Wyoming. April 7>.-The
.sheriff s posse continued to search
east of boro for the "robber who last
night held up the west-bound Over
land Limited on the Union Pacific five
miles east of hore. According to avail
able reports the robber s,eciired''$o46
from E. S. O'Brien bf San Francisco
and 'small change and a watch from
six other passenger?. He swung off
tho train while lt was running at 30
miles au hour.
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
. -T-*J. :
AU persons haying claims against
the estate of ?Julia :'\nn Anderson, de
ceased, are hereby notified ?? o present
them properly proven to the under
signed within the time proscribed by
law, and those indebted ,to make set
tlemunt. . , . -
J. II. Z. Anderson,
March an, is>i?;. ;
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
AH persons having claims against
thc estate of Mrs. E. G. Durham, de
ceased, are hereby notified to pre
sent Uiem properly proven to the un
dersigned within the time prescribed
by law, and those indebted to make
H. H. Marett.
Fair Play, S. O,
Lee O. Holleman.
Anderson, S. C.
March 24, 1916. >." Executors.
RAGS OF ALL KINDS*
I will pay $1.50 pe/.hundred, cash
for Rags. t '
25c per hundred for old Scrap
Iron. , ;
4o per pound for .old Automobile
Tires- ' . '
10c por pound fur old Inlier Tubes.
-and Th? Highest .Cash Price for
all kinds of old Brass,; Copper, etc.
If you have as much as 100 pounds
of any ot the above;'phone, me and
I'll call for lt. ,. ; .
Manning t?treet. Near niuo' Ridge
..icecar-' .?'??*.[?".?? ?
1 m 1
TO GIVE STATISTICS
House Passes HeftV Resolution
Despite P.otests of Leader
Washington, April ."?.-The bonne
lia? passed the neilin resolution pro
viding for the collection by thc ren
lus bureau of statistics; on the amount
of cotton used in t ic manufacture of
explosiven. Tinier the resolution cen
sus experts auld Uley could ?et th?)
total figures, unavailable under tho
present law. Minority Leader Mann
fought the resolution on grounds that
it would reveal to foreign uountrici
the amount of United States: muni
tions In reserve.
The ideal salesman Is the Want
Ad; direct in method-convinc
ing in argument-and reaching
hundreds of customers in one
LESS MEAT IF BACK
AND KIDNEYS KURI
Fake a Glass of Salts to Flush
Kidneys if Bladder Bothers
Bating meat .*'*gularly eventually
traduces kidney oublc in sonic form
ir other, says a well-known authur
ty. hecause the uric acid in mea. ex
cites the kidneys, they bec?nie over
worked; get sluggish; clog up and
.uuse all sorts of distress, particular
y backache and misery in thc kidney
region; rheumatic twinges, severe
leadachcH, acid stomach, constipa
ion, torpid liver, sleeplessness, okul
ier and urinary irritation.
The moment your back hurts or
tidneys aren't acting right, or if blad
ler bothers you. get about four ounces
>f Jad Salts from any good pharmacy:
ake a lab'spoonful in a glass of
vater before breakfast for a few days
md your kidneys will then act line,
rbis famous salts ls made from the
icid of grapes and lemon juice, eom
>ined with ll thia, and has been used
or generations to Hush clogged kid
?eys and stimulate them to normal
ictlvity; also to neutralize the acids
n the urine so lt no longer Irritates,
hus ending bladder disorders. ?
Jad Salts cannot Injure anyone;
iiake? a delightful effervescent lithla
.vater drink which millions of men
md women take now and then to keep
he kidneys and urinary organs clean,
hus avoiding serious kidney diseuse.
% * should he
your telephone e
equate to take ci
for the dede of e
number of lines s
can he handled v
ment is the most
receive, it io 01
and in a way I
possible of an;
Two Soldiers Wounded By Villa Bandits
Two United States soldiers wounded j N. M. They were at the Columbus
hy Villa'H bandits in their attack on 1 station to board a train from the army
the Thirteenth Cavalry at Columbus, j hospital at El Paso.
.Ve? we need a telephone ON EVERY DESK.
Than wo will bm ?quipped lo do our bett work.'*
your moving plans, your first thought
of your telephone service. Make sure that
quipment at your new location will he ad
ire of all your needs. Provide a telephone
very employee. Arrange ...forja" sufficient
o that all your calk, incoming and out solon?.
intnout aelay complete telephone equip? v
? how many telephone removal .fordersv ... 'y%
jr desire to make eachs change promptly !-|H
that will best please each subscriber. To rev ; " J-'''
IYCIUR equipment installed. a^|TOUR newT
ose YOU let us know as far !li^^anc^S^Mj'
jr removal YOU intend to make. r ?J> $r ;
the of fice today.
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