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pcriiiu'iiis comes hack lo Firestone;;.
Thc man ol cxpciiciicc 'licks to Fire
stones, (J ra ?.I u;i lc ?ow into thc exper
ienced class who enjoy
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KM? llir KiriMiloilfi man mid l'uni oui why yon
can gol ihia PX tm servie?! ?I uv? rugo cont.
Automobile und Motorcycle Tire?,
Tubes mid Accessories
Todd Auto Shop
Piedmont & Northern
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Monday, April 24th
I O A. S E O A IL. L I
Between Dick Thompson's and J. W. Jordon's I
Anderson and Greenville Teams I
Game to be called at Greenville ?& 3:30 P. M. ]
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Special Train Leaving Anderson 10:00 A. M. Arrive Green
j viUe ^tg0 A. ?|!. I , _?g%? .
, . Round Trip Fere From .
i. Andefflon to Greenvale,...>,o.I <-.... .-. . ,.75
Belton. *o Greenville ... < v i >. .................... ;.7B .
Walton to Gi?envm?? ....,,,. ?#............. "50
: tWft&l: to .G^rffle...,M;.;:.?... ???A.,,.:;.. .40 ,
V. TicK?|t9 pi? ?alo, April >24th, utily, gpod. oil special train leaving ?ft- 0
aer8on*B?-l?:0oVa;'.M.; arid returning'on ?peclnl.train leaving Gre?n
?' ville at?:00 r?.'M.' : :-*.<.. '? - .', ?v . \ " . gil
No Wgaga checked bn^
T?fe, j?j??r^:^-,Col?wd Train. twenty Coach 3p*ofc
3MS iWf?ttho: Information e?lt o . iknt agents,' or calh or* write*^
. / J K. IV. THOM. Com'l Apront. I J. AM/KN, Trftftic Manager.
Ag,M Anderson, ?. T. y Greenville, 8? C.
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REVIEW OF WEEK
Wot Uli tliHter. S. C.. April 19.- l'.-av.
I). F. Carter of Hatti? Creek, waa in
Mesdames Ixiuiso Abott and Sue
lliinsinger of Concross, vlaltcd Mrs.
lid Cox Sunday.
Mrs. W. J. Drown spent several
days recently with her inrents, Mr.
and Airs. <L W. Leathers. Sim left
?M few days axu for AaniHtou. Ala.,
whero. they will reside several i
Mr. and tirn. H. A. McLcHkcy are
rejoicing over ?.'>o arrival of a son.
Mr. MeLeskey tnovi? ???ro from Hart
well, tia., several months ago.
Fixieren liave arrived for tito wiring
ur Iho passenger depot. Electric lights
will he installed within tho next few
Mr. I*. P. Sullivan, president of the
Westminster hank, was in Atlanta last
Thursday and Friday.
Mr. H. I). Breazcale lias gone to|
Hopeville, Va., to work for the Du
Pont Powder company.
Mn1. IV. [J. Brown and two daugh
ters, Misses Bernice and Mary, have !
returned from a short visit to Green
Miss Janie McClure, of near Ander
son and Mr. .lames B. Skelton wore
man led on April 1. The brido is a
daughter or Mr. John McClure and
is a sister of Mr. W. T. McClure or
Rev. L. H. Chambers of Holly
Springs, will preac h at tho Long Creek
church on the 11 rt li Sunday afternoon
a tthreo o'clock. Everybody cordially
Invited. Kev. Chambers has been
in the Baptist, ministry tor forty
years- and ls well known by thc peo
ple of this section.
Miss Lillian Hopkins of near G.?k
way, visited her friend. Miss Reginald
Kilburn, Friday and Saturday.
Mis? ako Gibson ol South Union;
r ls visiting at thc homo of her uncle.
Mr. H. hi. Oibson.
Tho many frlendB of Mrs. H. M.
Fallaw and Mrs. C. W. Hayes will he
glad 'to learn that they arc both do
ing well and expect to come home
soon. They havo been at the ISeedley I
hospital, Spartanburg, four weeks for
Master Georgo Brock, son of Mr.
and Mr?. J. W. Brock of Central is
slowly improving. Ho lia? been mov- I
ctLlrom Greenville to Plckcns and lils |
uncle. Dr. F. S. Porter, ia now treat
Mrs. Clifton Adunia and children or j
Sene ul, i:pont Sunday with lier moth
er, Mrs. Sarah Durham.
-..Urs. Lawrence Sheldon of Fair J
Piny? ! ViKiieu ?id ? liaren ts, Mr. and
Mrs; ;t<|? 'L. ; Foster of Westminster, |
>;.Mr." yV>. H. Colo of Oakway. isl
spending.a few .days at Abbeville and j
Greenwood. ' Mr. Colo was reared in
Abbeville county and he is paying his
old;' home ..a ebert visit. v
i jbMr. Geoirge.ilaxhcson of the Long
Lwtjfek seetlofj.v?was in Westminster
?ila"?> Satur^a'y'?n, husincat;.
M Hrs. J. ?a. .Carter or Llttlo Hock,
A rfc., is visiting nt tho homo of Mr.
ana 'Mrs. T. N. Carter. She arrived'
last Thursday,, . j
?^IrV Hughey, Harvey, who lives on
ato.^?Fxank.Bolt's larm. lind thc mis
fortune to Buffer a'br?fcen leg one ?z?
huit week in a runaway accident. Mr,
Harvey was.kicked by a mulo and ono
leg was broken and tho other injur
ed. The broken limb was sot by Dr.
J. H. Jones.
Mr. J. Wlado Anderson and Miss
Alma Hobson, or Anderson, woro mar*
Tlod.last Tuesday, April ll. Tho bride
I is a daughter ot Mr. Thoa. P. llob
? ?on of aandy Springs, who ls well
known Ju Oconcc.
Mr. and Mrs. Waltor Adams have
moved baok to Westminster from An
thony, Fla. Their many friends are
glad to seo them again.
Mr. A. S. Kilburn got bia loft hand
badly hurt with tongs while working
in Mr. Sam Shaw's lacksmith ?hop
Thursday. Ho was putting on a
Mr. and Mra. Taylor Breazcalo ot
Kentucky; aro expected t/> arrive here
. Miss Lul l Grant, a handsomo youug
lady' of Walhalla, visltcj her sister.
-Mrs. W. A. Clark. Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Smith of Chi
cago, are visiting Rev. and Mrs. J.
W. Lewis. Mr. Smith ls an uncle
of Mr. Lewis. - , ! .
Mr. aad Mra. T. N. Carter tender
ed tho Borran i lass a reception Fri
day ovening lit honor of Mr. aud Mrs.
Frank Shirley. Quito a mimer ot the
boozers of the class enjoyed tho even
ing. Mr. Shirley is toucher of the
norean class. . , j.. ,
The tlrst game or nascbal*. for thb
itoason was played h?re Friday after
noon between the Clemson college and
Westminster teams. The scoro was u
j :o 2 in favor of Clemson college teaa}.
Mr. Frank shirley umpired the gamo'.
It waa witnessed by a largo number ol
After March 4", exclaims Mr. Heart's
New York American. '.'Wo will have n
president who will have blood instead
of skim milk in hkr- veins, thank
God!" And then wo Shall go march
ing down Into Mexico to reflex m Mr.
Heart's ranch for him. ? .
Count nov'.ntlow's silence ls readily
explained. ' Gem?an submarino frttnt
tulncaa is now so precisely iii accord
with bis Ideas,y ist ?Ute count doesn't
feel called upon to off or any sugges
tion's. '?' - :? - " .
i ?;, : --u
Von papen bas . been indicated, as
chief eotiPplraftor in tho plot to blow
Up the Welland Canal. Holland mtfiht
take the hint aad gasp an oyo oh lier
tilstingulshed German visitors. .
t^enVy Ford s?lLsays hs ^?pkn'tj
want to be president but all the oaine j
Henry ts probably;walebing tho prog-1
ress of bi? boom with eonio interest
dst** bop? for tbs best . ?
URIC ACID IN MEAT
Take a Glas? of SaU$ ..if, .Your
Back Hurts or Bladder
If you must have your moat every
day ?'at it, but flush your kidneys with
salts occasionally? says a noted au
thority who tells us that meat forms
uric acid winch almost paralyzes the
kidneys in their efforts to expel lt
frotu Hie blood. They become sJug
Bisb and weaken, then you suffer with
a dull misery in thc kidney region,
sharp pains in the back or sick head
ache, dizzlucsb, your stomach sours,
tongue is coated and when the weath
er ls bad you have rheumatic twinges.
The urine gets cloudy, full of sedi
ment, the channels often get sore and
irritated, obliging you to seek relief
two or three times (luring the night.
To neutralize these Irritating aulds,
to cleanse the kidneys and Mush off
Um body's urluous waste get four
ounces of Jud Salis from any phar
macy here; take a tablespoonful in ni
glass id water before breakfast for a
few days and your -kidneys will then I
act line. This famous suits is mudo
from Ihc acid of grapes and lemon
juice, combined with lithia. and has
been used for generations to flush and
?stimulate sluggish kidneys, also to
neutralize the acids Iii urine, so it no
longer Irritates, titus ending bladder
Jad Salts is inexpensive; cannot in
jure, and makCB a delightful efferves
cent llthla-water drink.
Wc arc now prepared lo
vulcanize Automobile 'lubes
and Casings as \yell ;s. bicycle
Tires, our facilities fpr ?4o?Ug
this work being the completest
in the city. .
AU Work Guaranteed
Drop by and let us show you the
biggest thing ever introduced to
the motorcycling world-The 1916
Indian. . >. ? i- .
GATES & SMITH
West Brij?n Street
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Leave Greenville, S. C. . .
" Anderson . . .
" Belton ?:?; ;'v. .v-;
Junction i k.
See that ye
H}?*\? f'^tf i'? ha - -i.'-'-i
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C S. All
Traffice Manager, P. & N. R
T^HE Bell telephone is so simple that a child or servant
*? or blind person can operate it as well as you can?
Just lift the receiver off the hook and a trained operator re
sponds instantly; prepared to render efficient service such as
only human intelligence can produce.
In the dead of night you can use the Bell telephone, and
even if a light is not convenient you have the assurance that
the operator will respond when you lift the receiver from
Recently burglars who entered a Jacksonville, Fla., store
accidentally knocked the Bell telephone receiver from the
hook and the intelligent operator failing to get a response,
called the police and notified the owner of the store.
Such human service as this makes the Bell telephone an
indispensable business asset and an invaluable protection
for the home.
Are you a subscriber?
SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE
AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY
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pedal Train Witt Leave May. 15th, as follows: ;
" 7|30 -ju m.. P.;& N. Ry. | L??ve Gr</enwoo? ..... . (,>.-. . 9;4S .?iii.' S. A. L. Ry.
8H???h 1* ! " Abbevffle ! . ,10:10a.m.
,.. " - J " Elberton ............. Uria?, m.
GHT TRIP ALL THE WAY
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ur Ticket reads via & ^(??y?^t??*y?S?i) and the Seaboard
for schedules of nil regular ir&ini, rato, .lim?tete., or call on
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