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'Will Verify Statement
.Mr. 1'hlHp Gelber, .>i."> Kushwlek Aie, IJrooklyn, N. Y., will
verify ta anyone Interested bis endorsement of Fruitolu und Traxo.
lu writing la (he ria us laboratories Mr. Gelber Hays:
"I suffered" with gall-stones seven years-tried vari
ous remedies without satisfactory result-was induced
to try Frultola and Traxo. Glad to say I ara now
feeling better than nt any time tor years and heartily
recommend Frultola and Traxo."
Fruitnla nets un the intestinal organs ns a powerful lubricant
softening the congested musses, disintegrating the hardened par.
tides that euusc KO much suffering and expelling the accumulation
willi almost instant relief. Traxo ls a tonic-alterative acting on
the liver und stomach, nnd Is especially recommended in connection
with Fruitoht to build up und restore the wcufcencd run-down sys
Fer Hie convenience of thc public, arrangements have been made
to supply Frnitolu and Trnxo through .representative druggists. lu
Anderson they cnn be obtained nt Kv nus, Pharmacy, two stores.
A NEW FANGLED LULLABY, mation that several hunters i nd trap
.??- , ...^ pers of the county arc sending tnt
INVOLVING 'POSSUMS AND the -possum skins and getting %1.2'
"KAL*' IS SUNK TO BABES fo^? of the skins ar
?rived at the Dalton .pos?o?rree for
"*"~= ?*** . - shipment. The hunter informed the
Atlanta. April 6.-Whitfield comfy postmaster that it was tho skin of the
babies arc being sung to sleep willi last of "them cats- in the Cove" und
a new-fangled lullaby in which ?Hi? on this promise he got lt through.
'possum has usurped lb? place of the .-,- . ?
lime- hoaorod rabbit, lt follow::: . Sering.
"byo-O, Raby Dunlin, .Spring ia looked upon by many an
Dadily's gone a buntine ,no niost delightful season of tho
To get a little "possum skin year, but this cannot be said of the
To rake tho rusty money in." rheumatic. The cold and damp wealb-i
er brings on rheumatic pain'j which
The lullaby ls an outgrowth of tare anything but pleasant. They can
development of tho ' possum ind list r ? JL- be relieved, however, by applying
u result of the parcel post. Fr.un Chamberlain's Uniment. Obtainable j
tho Dalton poslollic<> comes the Infir- everywhere.
Bccomingness is the keynote
and suitability the aim of good
millinery. Our great variety of
styles, shapes and sizes insure
bccomingness and suitability,
at our very moderate prices. .
New Sailors of all shapes
and sizes, chic little close fitting
Turbans, medium rolling ef
fects and the still larger flaring
styles, cleverly trimmed in
scores of beautiful new effects.
New Coat Suits, New Dresses, and a large assortment of
Children's Hats, and Children's Dresses just in. We will ap
preciate the opportunity of showing you. \
M. S. NIMMOKS
Next to Parker & Bolt's
An ounce of prev ntlon is worth
a pound of cure. This is tho
day of PREVENTIVE MEDI
CINE. Nowhere ls this so nec
essary as I" regard to the caro
of the TEETH.. Visit the den
tist AT LEAST twice a year, whether you think you need it or not.
Let him give yourSeeth a thorough cleaning, search, out tho beginning*
of decay, clean off tho tartar, and In general PREVENT those dental
evils that aro likely to grow oh you unawares.
DR. HENRY R. WELLS,
office Over Farmers & Merchants Bank.
Residence Thone m?. Anderson, 8. C. Office Thone 627.
.' Many people in your community have need of A
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 pf their '
- Because they reach all classes, everywhere; be
cause they are carefully studied and relied upon by
the many who realize the opportunities which they
offer-The Wahi Columns center and express daily, j
the hopes and desires of a great multitude. And,
daily,, these hopes and desires are attaining fulfill
ment through the great,1 most efficient publicity med
ium, the marje?t place of the wise
Intelligencer Want Ads
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373 THOUSAND LBS.
HAIR PINS ANNUALLY
THE WOOLWORTH COMPANY
MAKES FORTUNES BY
Is Contained in Letter Received
By Sullivan Hardware Co.
"Some Profits' ls the title of
letter received by t';e Sullivan Hard
Ware company from a New York
concern, and it Itv especially Inter
esting since lt gives some li'gtiiTes
about the business of tho Woe 1 worth
& Co.. Five and Ten Cent blores,
ono of which will he located In An
derson after August 15. ThlB let-,
ter also deals with the business of
tho Dupont Powder people, and other
large industries in tho United
States. Much interesting .Informa
tion is contained in St.
Copy of liCtti r.
The following la a copy of thu let
In the day? of our youth we all a*,
times endeavored to enrich our per
sonal exO.iequer hy participating In
tho popular game of "Ten Cont
cent limit.' This litte game of bus
iness has been most successfully
mastered by Mr. P. W. Woolworth
who received thc Idea by observing
street car companies lay up for
themselves treasures through the
co! loci len of nickels. F.y persistent
ly sitting In since 1S78, hts compati)
netted in 1915, $7.518.209 for divi
dend and surplus purposes, 10 per
cent on the gross sales. It makes
tho Srle lt. H., and Adams Ex
press Co., look like Pigmies.- It al
so reduces to penny anti affairs.the
business of respected jobbers. Here
In round numbers are some of tho'.r
-13 mil. clothes pins (45 carload??.)
:!0 mil. prs. of lose.
373 m. pounds of hair pins.
This is the way the "Five & Ton '
stores Increased tho past four
years (records of several months*,
ago, probably there aro moro now)
1912- Woolworth, 013; Kses, ?I;
McCrory, G9 stores.
1913- Woolworth, G31 ; Kres, R.V,
McCrory, 92 stores.
1914- Woolworth 687; Kres, 101;
McCrory, 105 stores.
1015-Wool worth. 737; Kres IIS;
McCrory, 113 stores.
Another profit grist , mill of.jy.hlcb
olir fathers had* no knowledge, is .the
entalegue i out,\>. Sears-F?ebuck
gross sales the first 7 days of De
cember, averaged ?00.0,000 per day.
About three-quarter million pack
ages they shipped tho six days pro
The abovo fades into slgnlf'canec
when compared with the net pro
fits of deco sea vessels. Tho way
tho International Navigation Co..
In 16 months hm.' beon transformed
frcm n defunct company to a near
Croesus by a few nea-' worn out
boats is hist?rica]. Tue four
masted schooncd T. W. Dunn was
offered for $5000 in 1914. Recently
lt sold for $12,r.00 and has just
boca chartered fe-.- $2.">.000 to taxe
one cargo of oil in barrels to Bor
deaux. Another schooner bought.
?or $15,0C0 recently (war priven.)
loading coal tor South America, ha?
a charter to return with linseed from
tho Argentine, and will collect tho
tidy sum of $49,000 for the round
trip. We booked freight I?.lt" week
at $1.85 per cwt. to .Liverpool for
a commodity ive shipped at 18c be
fore tho war.
But outdistancing thom aV In
magical profits (war magic to be
sure) ls tho company whr>, to quote
an officer, "ls saving clv.llzat'on
against barbarism by supplying
uowder to the allies, who hayo nat
facilities for making in sufficient
quantities, wb'eh servlco to civili
zation Jus.ifiri tho profita." Th?1
DuPont grooj hvf,lnar..s In 1914 was
$25.179.000. Its biggest previous
gross beforo ' il creoles was strlp
oed off, was $.14,090,000. Last yen"
hs net profits wore $57,840.75.r>. moro
than double its 1914 gross; $20,000.
"00 moro t?"->m the. gros:.- earnlnijF
of the Adams Express company: $f>.
000.000 above Western Dion's gross:
within a very few millions of the
cross oamlnes of the Erle H, TL
and the N. Y. N. H. fi- H. . Some
profits! An* We DuPont manage
ment ha? always been regarded a?
mediocre compared with U. S. stesl.
the Smelters, Locomotive companies
and other leading corporations; In
cidentally, tho family lawsuit over
mroflte. shows prosperity ls here lo
But hore Is the point. What will ?
?e thrv .permonant effect on bu?!-,
noss frrm'd'l *'<oj?e ?nd other-'nhW
nemoral profits? . If istrel cllmbn jb
4 or 5c a pound,- abd other cunmod'
Pea In like proportions which seem.?
within the range of possibilities
should the4 war continue for a year
I j or two, can the country as 'a whu'e
stand nrospority any "better than.
tba DuPont fsmllyt The effect r?t
Intoxicating profits which will come
If . the war long continues may well
bs considered, by mir Hunt* with
; relation' to their own business.
. Don't "forget Nunnally's for
I Easter. We w?"H h?~* nome swell
candy. Owl Drug Co.
Bovs, sro to Cox Stationery
Co, for your lops, r
Goods, etc. i ?'..cause of early
very extraordinary values. Cc
Moot Unusual Ready-t
Values olF the Seas
With tile present couf 'tion of I
these suitB are easily the nio.it
value ev*r shown in Anderson.
1 Lot Ladles' Shepherd Check
Coat Suits, worth $7.50, reduced to
1 Lot Ladies' Suits-In Serges,
and Poplins, in all colors. . d?
former price ? 15.00, reduced to *4y
Our entire line of Ladies' ,Suits~
erluls-former prices $lfj.00, ?18.00
Sp?cial for Saturday and (j*
Monday, Kaon .. ?P
1 lot Ladies' Silk Poplin Dr?
shades-value $6.50, Special for
Saturday and Monday, Bach.
1 lot Ladies* Dresses, Taffeta ul
Chinea-in ull colors-worth $
c!ul for Saturday and Mon- ri?
1 lot Ladies' Skirts-in Serges
Special for Saturday and Mon
day, Each .
1 lot Ladies* Skirts-in Serge
Shepherd Checks and Uabardlt
.'rimmed, worth X7.00, Speciul for
Saturday and Monday. Each.
Tilg lino or Ladles* Wash Skirts
Palm noach. Shepherd Checks and
dal for Saturday and Monday,
T)0 Dozen Ladies' Waists-In v,
stripes and silks, Special for Sat
urday and Monday. Each.
Big linc of Ladles' Waiots-in
colored stripes. Special for Sv.turda;
and Monday, Eacli .
Unusually Good Va]
Muslin Underwear fo
urday and Monde
Ladies* Corsee Covers and Ludicr
flowns. Special for .Saturday and
Monday, Bach .
Ladles' Muslin Skirts, da in t il >
Special for Saturday and Mon
day, Each I,.
NO ACCOUNTING FOR J1 RI L'S
Qn^cr Verdicts That 8<;i*.ic of Them
Many verd'eta of a stnr.qc, curtain
and humorous nature find birth noi
Infrequently L. coroner':! juries cul
juries in tho justice's court.
Uncommonly Jntclligon. aro tho
coroner's iurlc? In Mlnslsh-ippl. Twelve
men In Warren county, 'n that state,
returned a verdict reveral years aga
which rend: "The deceased died by
tho will of God or nome other disease
unknown to the Jury."
Another verdict eaually as Folcmu
reads as follows: "We aro of a Pinto"
that thc Dccest met with her death
from Violent Infirmatlon of t!\e Arm,
produces^from Unoan Cauz."
An old story, eft repeated, ls that an
Englli'i Jury in a criminal case ore.-?
b. ought In tho following: "Guilty,
with Kom-j little doubt os to whether
ho !c tho man."
Another Is told of a Welsh jury,
which rends: "We find the man who
stole the mare not guilty."
A case was once tried In a ccrta'ti
county ccirrt whlci*. Involved the
character of a bull, lt was charged
that the bull had g -ed and killed a
valuable horse. Atter bearing tho tes
timony thc 1nry retired and after a
few momentR' consultation returner!
and rendered the following: "We, tht>
Jury, f'rd a verdict In favor of t^io
bull, and believe him to be a highly
respectable'animal." Thus '<:a billi
was acquitted and plaintiff lost h's
"CASCARE FS" FOR A
GOLD. 8?0 8RF?TH
OR SICK mum.
j Best for liver and bowels, for bil*
ioosnetSf sour stomach and
Get a 10-eent now.
Furred Tonguo, Bad Colds. Tndlges
i rion, Sallow Skin.and Miserable Head
aches come from a torpid liver and
clogged bowels, which cause your
stomach to become filled with undi- j
geated food, which ?ours and ferments
like garbage in a swill barrel. That's
the first step to untold misery-^di
gestion, foul gases, bad. breath, yellow
skin, mental fears,; everything that ls
horrible and nauseating. A Cascaret J
tonight will givo your, constipated j
?owe'.B a thorough cleansing c and
straighten you out by morniog. They j
work while you sleep-ra 10-cent box i
front your druggist will keep you
feeling good for months. Millions of
roen a?d women take Cascaret now
and then to keen their stomach, liven
and bowels regulated, and never know
a miserable moment Dont forget tb o
children-their little Insides need
good, gentle cleansing, too.
FOR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
Let ihc immense buying power of this big store save money for
you on all your needs in Ready-to-Wcar, Clothing, Shoes, Dry
purchases in practically all lines we are in position to offer you
?me Saturday or Monday and let us 3how you what we can do.
Wo have Just unpacked lp casca,
?ICO pairs, new Strap and Mary Jane j
Pumps-in Patent Leather, Gunmetal S
and Viol--sizes 2 1-2 to 8, good *2.G0
values, Special for Saturday and Mon
day, the pair .$2.0?
108 Pairs Colonial PumpB, new
styles, in Patent and trail Kid good
?:t.00 values, Special for Suturd^y and
Monday-all sizes, the pair.(?2..W
106 Pairs Ladies' Oxfords-In Gun
metal, Vlei and Patent Leather-all
styles, Special for Saturday and Mon
day, the pair .91.50
Wo offer for Saturday and Mon
day li. P. Hood high class shoes-in
all leathers-this spring's styles, nt
tho special prices of $1.00 and tf!l..">0
-In nil mat
id Crepe de
:' Pants and
Extra Special Values in Dry
Goods and Notions for
Saturdav and Monday
"i'm Yards Silk Poplin-in all the leading
spring shades, value $1.00. Spwlnl fur
Saturday and Monday, the '"/Ktr?
var i . ? OC
KOO Yardi? .Silk Grape de Chine-In all new
Spring Blindes-regular price $1.00, Special
tor Saturday and Monday, Hie
\',\K assortment Curtain Scrims, Special
fer Saturdav and Monday, the ftl^?
'?(ii* Yat d:t Striped Tub Silks, SC Inchon wide,
value ROc, Spacial for Saturday and *?0,f?
r.Iouday. the yard .
l iel -12 Inch Dress-. Voiles-In stripes-?value
2">c, Special for Saturday and Mon- | j??
day, ?hu .yard .JL?JC
.". Pieces Willie Table Lim i. Special for
Saturday ami Monday, the ^
."? Pieces Striped Suiting, imparted goods,
Spacial for Saturday mid Monday. *?^?<r?
1 lot Shirting Madras-in short lengths
value 20c. Special for Saturday and "j El*?
Monday, thc yard .i-wt
i lot Crinkled lie J Spreads, Special for
Saturday and Monda}', thu QOr
Ladies' Pluck l'ara:;olr,.> worth $1.25. Spe
- c-is4- for Saturday anti Monday, *?7Q _
Each . ..'......i *7C
50 Dos: Ladies' Pluck Silk HOBO, Special
for Saturday and Monday, the OR/i
pair . .....*VV
Extra Special in Children's
2.1 Go/. Children's Dresses-In all materials,
Special for Saturday and Mon- A?L*r?
day, Each .~K3C
40 Do?.. Children's Dresses-In Gingham,
Whits Lawn and Poplins, Special rtO^
for Saturday and Monday, Each.
Pig Uno l?iddy Blouses, extra gnnil values,
Special for Saturday und-Monday? 48 C
10 Doz. Middy Pinosos, extra good quality,
Special for Saturday and Monday. ?J<3c
Special Values in Ladies*
House Dresses for Satur
day and Monday
10 Doz. Ladles' House Dres^s-ln Ging
ham, Percales und Lawns-Special AQ
for Sr>'imlay and .Monday, (Such.2/OC
25 Do?.. Ladina* House Aprons, Special
for Saturday and Monday, 48 ?
You wlll-be-omazod-at-the great varlety-et
beautiful styles and tho beautiful color har
monies. Extra special values Sn a big line of
beautifully trimmed Easter Hats tor Saturday
and Monday. See them.
THE LESSER COMPANY
FREE PREMIUMS FO R7 ALL ~
Blind Representative Led By a Page
PIEDMONT & NORTHERN
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Thomas D. Schall.
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Representativo Thomas D. Schall la j representativos assigned to tf:ot
J work. The representative ls uhable
ici about, by a pagb of the house if J to find his way .without lils aid.
Charleston & Western
To and From th>
effective Monday, Jan
No. 22. . . .6:00 A. M.
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rates, etc., promptly