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NOTICE OF KALE OF PERSONAL
Notice is hereby given that I will
Bell at public outcry to the highest,
bidder before the Court House at An
derson^ ?. C. on the twenty-fifth day
bf March, 11)1(5. at twelve o'clock noon,
the following list of items of personal
property; 1 safe, 1 oil cook stove and
2 center tablea, S chair.s, 2
oe': bcOs, 2 mattresses, 2 pair
springs, bed <.lollies. 1 dresser, 1 wash
stund, 1 heater, dishes and cooking
Said items of personal property are
sold as the property of Marlin Chile?,
and was distrained by mc for rent.
Terms of sale canil.
W. It. Osborne,
Anderson, S. C., March 8, l?lfl.
^ A PREVENTION \
iS^w^m. tES^gf RS \jj ,?M An ounce" nf prevention is worth
/LI*3!" ll il I ^3 li FJ a P?"n(l of cure. This 1B tho
? k * V af\ ^ \ ?? I J I H ,lay of PREVENTIVE MED7-.
it ?* \ \ /fl jj il \|\' CINE. Nowhere ls this so nee
* iv ll v/ ly If \\ essary as In regard to the caro
<P fir " V 'of tho TEETH. Visit the den
tist AT LEAST twice a year, whether you think you need it or not.
Let. him give your teeth a thorough cleaning, search out the beginning's
of decay, clean off the tartar, nnd In general PREVENT those dental
cylis that are likely to grow on you unawares.
DR. HENRY R. WELLS,
Office Over Farmers & Merchants Rank,
Residence Thone C?. Anderson, h. <'. Office 'Phone 527.
The One Best Habit
Have you acquired it?
Peoples Bank of Anderson
LEK G. HOLM: M AN, PRESIDENT .
E. P. Vnndirer, Vice Fres. O. O. Browne, Cashier.
Ii. II. Wutklus, Vic* IT. s. T. s. Banister, Asst Cashier.
i Many people in your Community have need of
just what you desire to-offer them, lt is the med
ium through which these needs are. proclaimed to
the community that.determines the measure of their
. Because they Teach ail classes, everywhere; be?
cause they are carefully studied and relied upon by
' .the many who realize the opportunities which they'
. offer- 7-The Want Columns center and express dally,
the "hopes' and 'desires of ? great multitude.. ',And,>
daily, these hopes, and desires are attaining fulfill
ment through "tnVgr??t, most efficient publicity med
ium, 'tfi? market' plac? of the wise
Intelligencer Want Ads
ABBEVILLE A TOWN
OF MUCH ACTIVITY
Abbeville, April 5.--Mr. Carlisle
was in from Calhoun Fallu Monday on |
businoss. ." *
Thomas Harrison and Jack Elgin
went down'to Newberry Sunday .
Mrs .Ber? Ferguson was in the
city from Honca Path Monday.
Mr. John White ls at home after
a P.vp to Norfolk on business-con
nected with the Seaboard.
Miss Frances Oe ley ls at hom*
from Atlanta visiting her mo.her.
Mia. C. H. Richey.
Mist- Lcnla Link has returned tc
'Spartanburg, where Fha is a student
at Converse college.
Miss Irene Burch of F.lbcrton. ls
in thc city on a visit to her uisto
Mrs. Sam Shiver.
Mrs. J. C. Shepard hus returned
to Abbeville from a two weeks visit
to relatives in Laurens.
Mis. John White has gonn to her j
' onie in Hooky Mount, N. C., for an
extended visit to her parents.
Miss. Clifford L'eckuu or McCor
mick, ?pent tho week-end In tho city,
the guest of MISB Heule Wat?on.
Miss Eugenia Coleman ?pent Wed
nesday In Hue West with Min* Ruth
McJ.une ?nd Miss Virginia Galloway.
Miss Esther Graydon haves thl1-'
week for Brenan college, whore s-.he
will visit with her old college friends.
Russell Lawrou came up from Col
mulila and spent Sunday with his
parents. \>yt. and Mrs. J. M. Law
Mrs. Tom Merchant has leen in
Abbeville lor f:e past week (Spending
the time with her parent:!. Mr. anil
Mr.*.'. P. B. Speed.
Mrs. J. L. Kennedy and Mrs. G.
W. Cade were in tho city last Sat
urday. Mrs. Cade was accompanied
by her two bright little children.
R. H. Kay went over to Calhoun
Falls anl spent Sunday with friends.
He Bays it is a goad place to , epend
Mrs. J. M. Ogilvie and children
went down to Columbia last Thurs
day and spent until Sunday with her
W. J. Bryson ls at heme after an
extended visit through thc west. Ile
had a fine time and llkec the wes
Tho Bridge cl ul/ was entertained
most pleasantly last Friday at the
home of Miss Plevna Seal. The meet
ing was enjoyable in every wa5'.
Mr. and Mrs. W..D. Wilson ann
Mr. S. J. Link went out to "Maplc
ihur8t," the home of the Wilson fam
ily, and spent the day Sunday.
Miss Gladys Thomson has returned
to her home In Pelt City, Ala., after
a pleasant visit to her elster, Mrs.
FoBter 'Barnwell on Greenville street.
Mrs. Albert Power came down
from Brownlee Saturday and spent
tile day with Mrs. J. L. McMillan.
She was accompanied by her young
Carron Siweten'jerg was in the city
Sunday and Monday. He came up
from Augusta and spent the time
with his parents.
Mrs.: C. H. McMurray is going
ov-er to Greenwood this week*, where
' she twill spend some time with bet
brother, Dr. John Lyon.
Misa Ruth Howie and little MISB
Elizabeth Howie accompanied vie'.r
fnther to Atlanta last Monday and
spent several, days in the city visit
ing and taking in the sights.
Mr. and Mrs. Jce V. Elgin and
Joe V. Jr.. went up to Anderson Sun
day and spent the day with relatives.
MIBS Fannie Stark ls visiting tn
Augusta for a while. She is the
guest of Mrs. T. L. Davis.
Mre. Johnson Kilgore is herc from
Clinton on a visit to her sister, Mrs.
S"ci.vart Milty- on Magazine street.
Miss Edna Bradley visited in Due
West last 'Friday -?nd was a guest at
the Junior-Senior banquet Friday
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. A. Hill, Mrs.
II. H. Hill and Andrew Hill wont un
,?.0 Anderson ono day lust week In
Airs. Hill's car.
? tMls?j Nona Barksdalo and Ml?s
Madge McLe3ky went over to Green
.wood- Friday and spent until Sunday
with Mrs. J. K. Durst.
MIBS Elizabeth Faulkner and Miss
Kate McDill went up to Due Weot
Friday afternoon and stayed over un
til Saturday afternoon visiting their
Mr.- w. j. Bryson is at h .no after
a two weeks visit to Achille, Okio
homa, where ho went to attend the
wedding of a cousin. He also vis
ited In different points In Texas while
Mr.. and Mrs. Courtney Wilson.
Miss Nannie Seal and -Miss Chillcote
went over to Laurens Sunday and
spent th? day. Miss Chillcote visited
friends-while the others took in thc
sigfits of the city.
Mrr,. Epting returns today to her
home In WilHamston, after a pleasant !
visit to her daughter. Miss Bessie,
and . to her many relatives In Abbe
ville/ Mrs. Epting had much pleas
ant attention shown ber while tn the
Dr. Jack Freaaly has returned
from Columbia, where he went to
bring p. patient back from the city.
He pa'd a visit to ike state hospital
for thc Insane and e?pressed himself
as much pleased with the institution.
. Young Edward Harden had the
misfortune to break his leg last Wed
nesday, while wrestling at the, school
house during the play Lout.'. Dr.
.Preasly was sent -fer in hoi froste
and the yoong ' man wa? soon - fixed
up SD that, he was on the. road to
recovery before he could get home.
???S ft Popalar.
Atlanta. Cia,. Avril 5.-So many
towns have invited Governor Herns
,to deliver Memorial Day addresses
that the governor would Cia ve no time
to attend-to thc dutlee of his oflkn,
j much lesa campaign for re-election,
if he nccepted them all, even lt they
wera possible. , Hxerclaes, In a num
ber of Instance*, have baie?.deferred
to get tho governor. "
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Fermera and householders general
ly will he interested ia an announce
ment made in th? ndverti?ing colunia
of The Intelligencer fhis morning by
Evana Pharmacy in regard to wa>:ur
glass, an egg preservative, us thc sea
son ls fact sp?*oaclilng when eggs
will bo unusually plentiful. This
material 1ms proven to be one of the
most satisfactory methods for general
Th?? United States Department of
Agriculture gives the following direc
tions for preserving eggs in watei
! "Mix ono and one-half qunr.s of this
solutic". with eighteen quarts of pure
water. Water thai has been bolled is
preforyble. Stir these until they aro
thoroughly mixed. A stone jar is tho
most suitable vessel for the mixture.
Two right-gallon jarB are sufficient
for ?lliirty d?z:u eggs, using the
anion' t of solution as prescribed
above. After the water glass ls thor
oughly mixed, divide it Into the dif
ferer t Vcsse'la to ho used. Ile sure
that the vessels are absolutely clean.
Place the eggs into the water glass,
see that the top eggs aro covered by j
at leant two inches of the liquid, and
cover the jars to prevent cvrpora
lioil. Place them in a cool pla<"u
where they will he undislurhed dur
ing the year."
"You who have no gnrden," said a
man gqing down street yesterday with
a shiny new lids on his shoulder, '?pre
missing one of tho keenest and most
legit?mate of thc pleasures of life. If
you are a happy garden enthusiast,
you have, of course, made a careful
study or tbs Beed catalogues, whose
name ?B legion, and have pictured In
your mind's eye the glorious effect
of a massed planting of this new flow
er in that little nook which has al
ways looked a trifle bare; you have
perhaps tasted In your mind as vivid
ly cs a physical tust? of a moment
ago, q delicious new cantaloup or
F.weoter sweet corn, buttery green
Hmas or more delicately toothsome
brussels sprouts, tho very thought of
which arouses anticipatory keenness
of palatal delight that opens wide the
flood gates of the digestive fluids, and
-but I must hurry along. I have a
feeling that right now neighbor Jones'
chickens are in my garden."
And there you are-chickens, bugs,
drouths-and-and all tho time buy
ing seeds and fertilizer and paying
thc man to plough and digging and
sweat'n and workln* and-and-cus
sin'. and-and-end Anally having to
buy the fine fresh vegetables at the
grocery store. Fine business!
Boards of trade and Commercial
Organization* throughout the country
are running page and half pago ad
vertisements in the newspapers call
ing attention to the necessity of ev
erybody "Buying at Home." And the
newspapers arecooperating by pub
lishing stories and editorials showing
the good that would be accomplished
if 'the citizens would mako all tlioir
purchases from their heme mer
It is surprising the number of peo
ple who make their money in this
community, reside here and have oil
their interesta locally, but do a large
part of their buying tho larger cities.
Money used this way does no good to
this community. No part of it cir
culates h?re. A campaign such as is
being promoted at many other places
could be curred on here with great
benefit to all.
"Buy at Home" means a lot to every
man. woman and child in any com
munity. In addition, the business
mon of thia secttou carry in stock
gooda just ?s good and'at more rea
sonable prices than can bo purchased
in the larger centers of populaci?n.
PLAYED A UNIQUE
Atlanta, April 6.-A young Atlanta
married man who is fond of society
and late li on rr. went homo *he ether
night, or rather the other morning,
for it was bordering on the daylight
hours, ir. ? condition which he was
very anxious to conceal from his wife
??'.io is a wearer of tho white ribbon
and a prohibitionist of the stem Pur
itan hal mould that grows to iperfec
.?lon. In Kansas and other deBerts of
Hubby managed to. get into tho
house and into the bed- without at
tracting more than usual' attention,
and congratulated himself on cscap
lng the wraUi of'bis "W. C. T. U.
spouse. The next mossing sho was
up and stirring .before he awoke, and
pi Mentis? i ? tu? ue? ?? h's room with
a heavy iron fear in her hand and a
leek of anxiety on. her face.
"Darli?B,"' she said, "you had a nar
row escape when iou came home last
light. Supposa, you had come Into
the house . wi\"?e thc burglar waa
'here? He Would have killed you with
this terribie thing." And she exhi
bited a real man's,-'sise "Jimmy' and
told hor bibulous spouse that sbe had
found it on the front porch and that
she supposed the burglar had.left it
there whon ho went. away, lt did
not occur to t"io wife te look through
the bouse for signs of a burglar, and
it goes without saying that the hus
band did not call ber attention to the
nut thai night at the club the hus
band told his fHeads that ono of lae
best t?Sngo in the world to take hume
with you when you go m late is a
burglar's "jimmy" which . should lie
faTi?ebsly dropped on tho front
porch. . *
A?3f Itt* ?W$ttft?ltf* ^chaa"*
DRINK HOT WATER
Hopes every man and woman here will adopt
this splendid health habit.
Says a glass of hot water with a teaspoonful of
limestone phosphate in it washes poisons,
from system, and makes one feel
A clean, sweet and fresh.
Wily ia man and woman, half
the time, feeling nervous, despon
dent, worried; so. ie days head
achy, dull and unstrung ; some
days really incapacitated hy ill
If we all would practico tho
drinking of phosphated hot water
before breakfast, what a gratify
ing change would take place. In
stead of thousands of half-sick,
anaemic-looking souls with pasty,
muddy complexions we should see
crowds of happy, health}', rosy
cheeked people everywhere. The
reason is that the human system
does not rid itself each day of all
the waste it accumulates under
our present mode of living. For
every .ounce of food and drink
taken into the system nearly an
ounce of waste material must be
carried out, else it ferments and
forms ptomaine-like jioisons in
the bowels which are absorbed
into the blood.
Just as necessary as it is to
clean the ashes from the furnace
each day, before the fire will.burn
bright and hot, so we must each
morning clear the inside organs
ot' the previous day's accumula
tion of indigestible waste and
body toxins. Men and women,
whether sick or well, are advised
to drink each morning, before
breakfast, a glass of real hot
water with a teaspoonful of lime
stone phosphate in it, as a harm
less means of washing out of
the stomach, liver, kidneys and
bowpls the indigestible material,
waste, sour bile and toxins ; thus
cleansing, sweetening and puri
fying the entire alimentary canal
before putting more food into the,
Millions of people who Wad!
+,heir tur-: afc constipation, bilious
attacks, aud stomach, sick head
aches , rheumatism, lumbago,
nervous days and sleepless nights
have become real cranks about
the morning-inside bath. A
quarter pound of limestone phos
phate will not cost 'much at the
drug store, but is sufficient to
demonstrate to anyone its cleans
ing sweetening and freshening
effect upon the system.
Get to know and read Intelli
gencer Want Ads and you will
soon see they will save you many
a dollar and get you what you
want at the same time.
NOTICE TO CBEMTORS
All person having claims against
the est&te of Peter Webb, deceased,
are hereby notified to present them
properly proven to the undersigned
within the time prescribed by law,
and thoBe indebted to niake settle
M. Bf. Hunter,
Pendleton, S. C. Adair.'
WHEN WILL I SAVE?
Spring has come,
the years is 1-4 gone
and.yet I have not join
ed the throng who put
aside something each
pay day. ~
Resolve : That ; 1
will begin the first pay
day in April.
What Will 1 Save
I'll put aside not less
than 25 per cent of my
Kow Will I Save
I'll put ni y money each
pay davJn the Savings
Bank 6f Anderson
The Strongest Bank in
r in ronneetlbn Willi
; BLUE RIDGE RAILWAY
; From Anderson, S. C.
Nev Orleans, La. Tickets on salo April ll, 12, 15, 16, 17:
limited April 30, 1916.
Washington, n. C. Tickets on salo April 12, 1?, 16; limited
May 12, 1916.
Atlanta. Ga. Tickets'On sale April 23 to 28; limited May 2,
Call on Ticket Agents for tickets and information.
w. E. MCGEE, AGPA,
' Columbia, 8. C.
J. il. ANDERSON, Supt.,
Anderson, H. C.
W. It. TABER, TP A,
Oreen*lile. S. C.
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ing patrons the best equipped newspaper plant in PieoWiil
Carolina, This means hatter service, more careful set-up
and pr?mpler meihods of handling advertising than can be
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