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Thankful For Relief
Remedy Brought Herl
Says Fruitola and Traxo Pos
sesses All the Merit That is
Claimed for it.
After completing Hie necessary
treatment, Mrs. S. S. Cole, Lampusas,
Texas, was so well pleased willi the
results that she wrote the Pinus lab
oratories as follows: "Fruitola and
Traxo arc all you claim, lt removed
a quantity ot gall-stones and I feel
sure it saved my life. I am well
now and thankful to you for ;he great
good your medicine has done me."
Fruitola is a powerful lubricant for
the intestinal orgnns and one dose is
usually sufficient to clearly demon
strate its efficacy. Ii softens the
congested masses, disintegrates tho
hardened particles that occasion so
much suffering and expels thc accum
ulated wiste to the great relief- of
the patient. Following a dosa of
Fruitola. Traxo should bc taken three or four times a day in order to rebuild
and restore the system that has become weakenedy?nd run down from ?in
stant suffering. It ls a a splendid tonic, acting on the liver and stomach most
Fruitola and Traxo are prepared in the Pinus laboratories at Monticello,
HI., and arrangements have been made to supply them through representative
druggists, in Anderson they can be obtained al Evans' Pharmacy, Two
Waite Pleads "Xot Guilty."
Now York. April 10.-Ur. Arthur
Warren Waite pleaded not guilty to
Ino chaise of murdering John IC.
Peck, lils millionaire father-in-law,
in Hie court of general cessions to
day. Ho wias remanded to the Tombs.
His attorney asked leave to with
draw the plea "or to take euch meth
ods as wc deem proper within 10
.Spring Is looked upon by many as
thc most delightful season' of the
year, but this cannot bo suhl of the
rheumatic. Thc cold and damp weath
er brings on rheumatic pains which
nrc anylliing but pleasant. They can
be relieved, however, by applying
Chamberlain's Liniment. Obtainable
Kn tc ri ?sin tn cul ut Town ville.
"The Townville Comedy company"
will give the plays. ' Who is--Who?"
and "Axln' Her Father." at the Town-,
ville school audltoi'.uni on thc nlgbtl
of April M. beginning at 1:80?
There will be a very small aduiis
>'.on fee to bea:- expenses. ,^agjjj^g^j
Why Constipation Injures.
Tltc bowels ure thc natural sewer
age system of the body. When they
hoeome obstructed by constipation a
part of the poisonous matter which
tlicy should carry off is absorbed in
to tho system, making you feel dull
and stupid, and interfering with tho
digestion and assimilation of food.
This condition l3 quickly relieved by
Chamberlain's Tablets. Obtainable
everywhere. " I
W?Sil 3.?V ay tile p?lSOl^OtijS, St
matter, says authority
V A glass, of hot water with ^a it
,r% limestone phosphate in djr
IllQl nil Jil uciuic u.'.caivta^L,
;>;V,' K. IV . 0 ' J?
r - us looking and feeling J
r * ' Life 1sm>t merely to live, but
to ljlve-well, eat well,: digest wolK
work w.c?l?tWsleop. well, look well.
.What a glorious condition to
, ?; Haili, an i j. ?OYV very easy it is
jf orie.will only adopt the morning
inside bath. -
Polks who a re accustomed to
feel dull aiid heavy when they
arise, splitting headache, stuffy
, from a cold, foul tongue, nasty
breath, acid stomach, can, instead,
I $ . pleel as fresh, as a daisy by o??n^
ing the sluices of the system each
morning and flushing [out the
! while of the internal poisonous
?? ?'. t^giiant matter. . N
Everyone, whether ailing? sick
vor well, should, each morning,
..^l?^<>r?'>bre?kfasti .drink .'a .glass
of realhot water with a4?aspoon
': / ful of lim?stbhe phosphate in it
to wash from the stomach, liver,
kidneys arid bowels the previous
I day 's indigestible waste, sour
> bife and poisonous toxiris; thus
? cleansing, sweetening and purl;
. fy ing the ont
lief ore putti
water and 1
- on uu empty
. fully inyigor
ail the sour if
waste and a<
a splendid ap
i phate is quiet
volume of w.
flushing of a
. . ?h? millit
I are -bothered
r: b?iot|s sp?lli
? ?et a quarter
OF SALUDA MINISTERS
HELD YESTERDAY FIRST BAP
TIST CHURCH IN WIL
19 WERE PRESENT
Several Lively Discussions During
the Meeting and Was Very in
The regular monthly meeting of the
milliliters of tho Saluda Baptist asso
ciation, which wis postponed front
last Monday, was held yesterday
morning in the Hirst Raptis1: church
ol Williamston, the session beginning
ut ll o'el nek a. m., and lasting until
o'clock p. m. Nineteen ministers
from the association were present.
One of the most interczt'ng features
cf the conference was an exegesis o'
Hebrews G-4: "For it is im;.'osfc.ble for
those who .vere once enlightened, and
have tasted of tiie heavenly gift, and
were partakers of thc Holy llhost."
which was the cause et prolonged dis
cussion. The scripture was read hy
the Rev. O. ti. Martin, who lead in
the discussion. The Rev. Mr. I io th em.
u^ Methodist minister, was present and
joined hi the discussion, which
Lrqughf aboiit argument. Tills pas
ISaffc is to a> great extent the basis of
I tilt' belief of the .Baptist* that one
cannot fall from grace, and since the
Methodists take an opposite view, thc
minent was very interesting.
Another interesting dtsO'JBeion wau
brought about' when the Rev. Mr.
Williams read a paper on "The Un
pardonable Sin." nearly everyone
present having something to say re
Tho query for thc meeting was:
"Whether churches should print lot
tcrL- of dlsin'ssai to non-contributing
members and who were otherwise not
in good standing." The discussion of
this question was lead by tho Rev.
flt? ' ' ,'
ire alimentary canal
ng more food into
The action of hot
stomach is wonder
ating. It cleans out
ndity and gives on?
petite for breakfast,
are en.foying youiv t
o water and phos
;ly extracting a largo
ater from [the blood - .
eady for a thorough
ll the inside organs. 1
jns of 'j^eopc who
j with constipation, s
s, 'stomach, trouble,
others who hav? . j
blood disorders and
cxions are urged to
. pound of limestone ?
rom the drug store,
?st but little, but is
make anyone a pro
ik 'on the subject of
. ?EREjlSPOSE? OF
AT REGULAR MEETING CITY
COUNCIL HELD LAST
Street Paving Commission Releas
ed, All Duties Having Been
The regular meeting of city council
which waa tc have been held this af
trenoon was i.'.ld last night since
some of tho mtr.ilK.-rs will'be out or
town today. Time were several ini
poitant and invert sting mattera taken
up al the meeting lust night.
Numbera of tho insurance com
panies which formerly did butanes*
. n Anderson, but which withdrew ro
ct-.itly because o; the Laney-Odom
Saw. had made appllcat'on for the re
turn of portion of their license fees
By a blanket resolution city council
declined to return these fees. These
licenses are paid hy the companies
and not by thc individual agents.
A Pet ition for an arc light ?al the
.Intersection of Jefferson and Osborne
avenues WUJ transferred to the water
and light committee.
A petition from Jenkins Pharmacy
called .attention to the condi tion of the
sidewalk in front cf this store or.
South Main, street.
Different members cf council called
attention to the conditions of tevcral
L troc?s of the c'ty, and these will re
Attention w.-.i called to the fact that
it was time to purchase the spring
and sun#hcr uniforms for thc firemen
and the policemen. A meeting will
be held within a few days nt which
time the bids from thopc wno ..?ve
made offers to furnhh tho^c nd! be
opened and tho awards made.
A rcsoiutron was adopted, express
ing city council"?- heatly co-oper; Hon
willi thc civic committee of chamber
of commerce in Witting on the Clean
Up-Wcek campaign and to the effect
that they would be wllllpg to serve
In any. way. possible.
IlMclutrge rating Commission.
At the meeting last night the Street
Paving commission . was ?Plschaniged
from further duties, the work having
been finished, all reports made and
filed, and euch a reiuc'it having been
made by thc commissioners at their
f'nal meeting hqjd several days ace.
Each memb.en.of council and Ute
mayor last night, expressed themselves
.aa being more.-than pleased and satis
fied ..with thc manner in which the
four outside members of the commis
sion, Messrs. D. A. Lcdbetter, B. O.
Evans.-E. lt..Holton and Dr. B. A.
Henry, tilc other tlirco bciiTg compos
cl of two member of cP.y council and
the mayor, had at all times attended
to the duties before them, giving of
tho*r time end. energy without any
compensation ., whatsoever. They
stated that they, fej-t as If they could
pct havo selected men who would
havo Borvcd. better and with more
general ? a ll s fact'on and that when
tho ?timo carno to'have more paving
work done, they . wanted the same
men a? members of the commission.
A motion >vas adopted to tho effect
that a resolution or thanks and ap
preciation be drawn up expressive of
city council's feeling toward the fuiir
laymen of the city who had served
on the pav'ng commission.
The olly clerk and .treasurer called
attention to tho faot that there are
still a few delinquents who have noi
paid .their paving assessments and a
motion was pawed 'instructing the
city engineer to? tako steps to collect
this money at once.
POSION ROLL FOB I
THIS YEAR RECEIVED
Six Different Clauses Including
497 People Will Receive
More From Funds.
Mr. Jamos X. Pea mian, clerk of |
the court, yesterday morning received
the pension roll for Anderson county
for. tho year 1910.
There -are ,497 centiioncrs, divided
tinto classes, as follows:
? A, I*, each'to recelvo $96.00. i
.B, 7j"each td receive $72.00.
C,.No-. 1, 28, e-ich to.receive $48.00.
?-?'Cif N?;'i.l72, each to receive $29.00.
, C, NO. 3, 41. each to receive $48.
: .C, No. 4, 234, each -to receive $29.
The amount of pension money to be
distributed in these cla&'jei is $17,
230. ? : ; S
Vf. Vf. Scott Makes Official Announce?*
meut HIH Candidacy.
Mr. W.' W. . Scott, of "Orrville, an
???ttta hi- easdiiter ?sr ths legisla
ture in thia, morninga* Intelligencer.
Mr.>8cott has represented Anderson
county for two tern?) and is popular
with all classes. Hellas always taken
a keen Interest in'.public affairs, ls a
close observer, and well informed on
?fl mattera pertaining to tho public
.welfarer . '
Mr. Scott says that after looking on
for two yeara he feel* that he Is In
poalUou to aerv-i the people pf Ander
ten county' better than ever 'before
and his friend?, feel confident of hts
GLEE CLUB CONCERT
GIVEN LAST NIGHT
LARGE AUDIENCE PRESENT
ANDERSON COLLEGE FOR
Number of Choruses and Solos ;
Being Offered Which Display?
ed Talent Participants.
Tho glee, club concert at Anderson !
college last evening was u splendid I
entertainment, a large an appreciative
audience bel?g present. Tho pro
gram was un excelltat one. and so ar
ranged as lo d'.3pluy the ability ?and
talent of ibo members of the club. !
Several solos were interspersed with j
the ehonusey. and th eic were much
enjoyed. The entertainment was ?
pronounced by many a* beiug the
best of its kind ever given ut the
colleges, and one which wus Indued a
c rod ri to thc institution and to those !
.who took part in it. Miss Strauathan
was directress for the concert, and
Mis. Herbert ll. Harria, was accom
The following program was render
Corwen-Schnecker (Tho Hose Mald
en)-Brlday Chorus.-Glee cluV.
Bond-The Dear Auf Wied eve-hen-1--;
Margaret Clinkscales. u.t . - ;
Gillet-Hou?eley-Echoes of,,, . thc
.Bond-Half m/nute nongs. Answer
the First Bap, A Good Exercise, A
Present From Yourself. Keep Awake,
When They Say tho Unkind Thlng3,
Making tho Best of It, First Ask Your
self. To Understand, Tho Pleasoro of
, Nevin-He rr h-Word Pcclftr, Sere
nade. The Rosary-Glee Club.
Gowen-The Swallows -I^OU?JO
Ambrose-Tho Dusk Y.rltch-Qlce
Hogers-Tito Night Has a Thous
and Eyes; Neldllngcr-Sweet Miss
Miry-Misses Bour'-so Henry, Eliza
beth Lawrence, Marguerite Henry,
Elizabeth Buxton, Lydia Bowley, .Tulla*
Lcdbcttcr. Eva Mayfield. Nellie
Fisher-System. Happy Thought,'
Fcrelfn Children-Goode Burton.
Moffat-I Had a Little Soldier
Strauss-Macy-Night o? Joy-Glee
The Glee club ls ?chcdulcd for a'
concert at Clemson collcgy on Satur
day". April 16th.
There will be an important meet
ing of tho '.ommltteo of ladies to ar
range entertainment of thc Clemson
cadets during tlie encampment Wed
nesday afternoon .in the city boll at
4 o'clock. Mrs. Robert E: Llgon is
chairman of thl3 committee.
RACS OF ALL KINDS
I will pay $1.00 per hundred, cash
for Rags. -?.
25c per hundred for old. Scrap
4c per pound for old Automobile
10c per pound for old Inner Tubes.
-and Tho Highest Cash Price for
ali kinds or old Brass, Copper; etc
If you have as much as 100 pounds
of any of tlie above 'phone me. and
I'll call for it. . - , ..
Manning Street, Near Blue Ridge
Ice Co. -.
- Phone 671.
WHEN WILL I SAVE?
Spring has conic,
the years is/1-4 gone
and yet 1 have not join?
ed the throng who put
aside something v each
Resolve: . That I
will begin the first pay
day in April.
What Will I Save
TU put aside not less
than 25 per cent, of my
How Wi!!- ! Save
? PU put my/rao?ey each
J pay day \n the Savings
Club of v
The Strongest Bank in
^^j^^^^^%?,?s Only ? Few
i^^^^^P^^^ Weeks Away
TJVERYONE'S gelling- the "Dress Up"
^ spirit-not only for a week or two, but
for the whole year! And Easter clothes made
expressly for you by our Chicago tailors, Ed.
V. Price & Co., reflect quiet refined dignity'
and achieve fashion without freakiness.
Call and make your selection TODAY!
$16.50, $18.50, $20 and $25
-and whenever you are ready we have all the
other Easter. f?xin's-Shirts, Hats, Ties, Etc.
. T. L. CELY CO.
THE UNIVERSAL CAR ^
More than One Million now in use -500,000 II I
moro are to be sold this year. No other motor
car in the entire world has such a wonderful ;
record for service. This year's lowered prices j j
mean the same Ford car of quality and relinbil- IUI
i ty for less money-that's all. .The Runabout SI j
is $390; Touring Cu $440; Coupelet $530; fl
Town Car $340; Sedan $740, f. o. b., Dalroit. j I
On sale at
ANDERSON AUTO CO. =||
Andereon. S. C.' fl jj
Make a New Suit *
From Old Material
r " .N . ?.
Spring dressmaking season la now at hand. And many wongin,aro
deep In the problem of making one dollar do the work of three In .
spring clothes buying.
-. VYo can 'help tho thlrfty housewife In this problem/' ?/.
; 'Vi's cen dye over faded or soiled material, not too much worn, and'
- can make lt appear new. ...>.. ' <t ,...,> ,.-y -t
j ?>'? Wa can dry clean and prcsu materials that you da not wish re-dyed.
and give them a new finish and lustre. ' ? . ... .
Try thia' afiritec.' '> . . " \' ?
Anderson Steam Laundry
; " / Thone?, .gl^y,:,,. :\
I I MBMIWIM Mill Ililli WI ll .^1 I I I .IBM !?! ll IM I I ll I ?? I "I I "I" "'l" l" flll"r-- ? ' - ? - . , .. ?
The Intelligencer pieces at the d?posai of ita ?dvertis
Carolina. Thia means better service, more careful set-up
f-v-Xind prompter methods of handimg adverting than can be
'?? Mi/ti^d Acheta. '? ^v-'V^YX^^^
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