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H?s Faith In Remedy
Mrs. II. N. (allson o? VYukclirlil. Ncbiv, (csJil?r> lo Hie rel iel' shr
exp? rU'iinO inna (he iisr HI I III ll oin :;:;;! 'irnxo:
"1 unod l-'rnitola ?uni Vraxo w 11 lt very- goiMl||',esj|ll i, u
having panned almost ?1 mphil nf jznll-sltuies with Ile
ll rsl bott lo. My skin ;.i cb-ar now. ami I have 11 good
appetite. I have Inls of lilith in l-'rnitola und Truxo."
Krui tola bru powerful lubricant for (hr Inf eHtltiul organs, MI?I?
< IMII:: tltr Inmlcnrd (?ii!?i. ti-- (hat muse so much Mif?Vrliig und rx
pcllliipr tin? . contrent rd misti- in mi easy, iinliirnl mininer. A sintrie
dose is UMiillly M 111'ticf?. 111 to clrnily indicate its eftH-u<*). Trnxo IN II
splendid lonic-iillerulhc flint uris on Ihr Ihn- und kidneys, KUIIIII
lates thc llow ol'uiistrir juices to iiiil digestion lind rr nun CH lilir
from thc general circulation.
For Um convenience of thc publie, nraiugcnH'iittf hate been millie
to supply r'niitnlii and Truxo (brough representative druggist M. in
Anderson they ran beMitlmlned ut Cums' Pharmacy, Two Stores,
NEGRO "MAMMY" AND HER
SPINNING WHEEL GO TO
BO5T0N TEXTILE SHOW
(?ruell ville, April JU. Iteiiicinhcr
tito old negro ".mammy" who operat
ed tho old-Jaaliloncd spinning wheel
ul tlio Southern .Textile ISxposilinn in
Greenville lani fullZ
Of rmi roo yinl do, if you wore .one
ol' tho thirty .thousand who went
through tho halts of Industry.
Well, Mattie Ullis- ror that-is her
name-hu? been calls*] to the Uoston
textile show, whirji begin? next week,
ns one of the feature attractions of
that event. "Aunt" Mattie received
freo tnunvpurtatlon from Chester I.
Campbell, secretary of thc Hunton lix
hibitors' association, and she lefi
Wednesday morning; The old spin
ning wheel was crated anil shipped hy
express, hov. C. Ti. .Miller, pastor of
the Luthern church of Greenville
huving attended lo tho details.
This spinning wheel was used be
fore thc Civil Wur und "Aunt" Mattie
proved herself adopt to the art of
milking hoinespuii colton goodi/. Sh<'|
was ?1 great curiosity and attracted
more attention ai tho Greenville show
than ?my single exhibit. Thu atten
tion of the New Kurland visitors was
riveted upon her mid at that time sic.
wits asked by ('r?silient Ulshop of the
Huston association if she would con
sent to unter tiie Northern textile
show this spring.
''YUK, sar, I Hbo' wood Inf to."
y i "Aunt" Mattie luis gunu.
High l oni of hiving.
Wyllieville, Va.. April 20 -A pri
vat? letter from Germany received in
Wytheville thin morning, referring to
conditions there, said thal ham bid
beef were Belling for ?l a pound;
fat middling $1.12; coffee 85 cents,
and eggs Nf> cents per dozen. Kaeh
person was permitted to use one-half
pound of sugar per weeli and ut tho
markets Tor tho poor thc daily allow
ance of food was fine pound of po
tatoes, ami tho condition presented
by Ibo pur wau pliable, tho letter
; *" " "THE PEOPLE'S CANDIDATE"
I nm a firm1 believer in the rute of the people. '
I regard a public office as a public trust and the holder thereof aa a
servant of the people, to whom ho owes a faithful, honest and con
scientious nervtcc. ....... , .??".", . . ?
Am a strong advocate of Rural Credits--cheap money direct from
the government to the farmers, on long, easy payments.
' i ? ?jj . ' . " ? .' , ? ? . t
-Am in favor of a tariff-for revenue only, and will.urge the lowest
possible rates on the necessities of life with the highest rates on Ute
luxuries. , In order to meet the demand for increased revenue, ? favor
an vacrnsctl.t?x on incomes andinhcri?oncic3. -
I ant a Meyer in labor and farmers organizations and they will hud
tn ,me;a. taree'friend. .The safety, comfort, health and right* of all
. laborers should bo safeguarded by fut? and adequate taws.
I advocate federal aid for our post roads.
Am irs ?ayor cf the "literacy test" ai* lo immigration arid further
r-afoguarding thc interests of laborers and farmer* from the compet??
. (ion of foreign labor.
^WiU^giflSW'-?iteresU and clauca an honest, vquare ?ea). ' \ :
.."-...'vV^( .> -, X" \ . 'J-*Ai>.- p" ? ; . .<v'=?>;-- '.K' . >?r.C
A rcprescntaii ve who will give active, per a on rd attention lo tho
duties of the office. . . 'x j.
Those who are under the Civn^Serivec and have ?y chargea pre
ferred-agoinst-.them should ha allowed free, access - to. th? papers in
' their: .case? ana see what the charges are and who preferred th em ?
. Before the campaign is ended) hope to meet the voter*, face 40
; face, in order that I may ?asurc them in person that m exchange t&
^\>;.fheir favor and support I'will render titear?n honest and energetic
'.'.V ';>.- ".
TO STOGK RIVERS OF
Furlher interesting Correspond
ence P?sscs Between Sena
" tor 'Tilltnnn and Fish
'ino following corr<?pondencu pass
ed between. Senator Hen]., lt. Till
man, of south Carolina*and UK; lion,
ll. M. Smith, commissioner of thc
raited States bureau of fisheries, ro
latlvc to the stocking of rivers in
this state willi shads I? self-explana
tory and is given hore In full us fol
"April IS, 1916.
"Hon. H. M. Smith,
"Bureau of Fisheries.
"Washington. D. C.
"My Dear Mr. Smith:
"I?plying to yours of April Ttl;:
Vo'u may reBt assured that 1 will do
everything in my power to bring
about tho conditions you wish tu have
brought a inuit in South Carolina in
regard to shad eggs. lt ls so late
in th?* season-now that perhaps noth
ing can be done this year. I believe,
ulthough I am not authorized to say
so, thut the legislature, when lt meets
in January next, will change any law
necessary, because to do otherwise
would provo that South Carolinauns
have no senBo at all us to their own
interests, and do not know a good
thJng when they see it. I have not
found them that way at all.
"In order to enlighten tho people
and holp cducato tho public in re
gard to the great advantages that
will accruo to tho state If it ls en
couraged by proper legislation. I
am sending your lotter lo me along
willi tho one you wrote to Mr. Rich
ardson to our South Carolina papers
with the request that they publish
(Sighed) "B. R. Tillman."
* "April 17, lill?.
"Hon. B. R. Tillman,
"United' States Senate,
"Washington, D. C.
"My Doar Senator:
"Unclosed for your information ia
a copy of a 'lotter 1 have sent to Mr
A. A. Richardson, chief game war
den of South (JarOltna, relative to
shad hatching on the i?disto river.
Tho bureau will highly appreciate
any^-stepB you may bo ablo to 'take
that ?"will bring about a satisfactory
arrangement between the state and
us. This arrangement, of course,
while giving us . every raclllty for
making tho flBh-culturetl work a suc
cess, should not lead to any abuse ot
thsi-.-*i2bins- = j>rivii?d&e? ...bu.v-.^ibp.ijJd
conduce to tho 'best of feeling on the.
part, ot tho local flshcrmon toward
.our work. .
"Yours vory truly.
(Signed) "ll. M. Smith,
. "Commissioner .s,
hotter to Richardson.
"April ir?, 1916.
KMr. -A. A. r.Ochardson .
"Chief Game Warden, j
? "Columbia, S. C.
'VThe superintendent of the federal
tish butchery at Orangeburg, South
Carolina, has sent to this offlco tho
correspondence passing between yon
and him -relative to tho shad hatch
ing which has been going on at
Jacksonboro on tho Edlsto river, lt
appears from this correspondence
that at the most critical stage of thc
work, namely, when tho largest nuui;
ber,of spawning fish had arrived in,
tho vicinity of Jacksonboro, you re
voked tho pormit under which tho
bureau had boen obtaining ripe shad
eggs during tho closed Kimon, and
that when, the regular- fishing was
resumed tho fish that were, taken
were for the most part spent,, that ls,
they had extrudad their eggs.
"Inasmuch aa our efforts at shao,
hatching on the Edlsto rlvor this sea
son . havo boen largely In the nature
of un experiment..to test the possi
bilities of that stream and to feel our
way toward tho extension of tho ac
tivities ot' tho Orangeburg hatchery,
the' small results and"the unsatisfac
tory outcome of the work are not re
garded, as very serious. It 1B highly
important, howevor. that If the work
ls to bo a regular.teaturo as contem
plated., some moro, satisfactory ar
rangement must be made-for facili
tating the operations of tho spawn
takers. It la with this In view that
I am now writing you. \
"The bureau well understands the
erl tic ?sm "to which you abd it are
subjected rrom persons living along
?the upper river when, on account of
the activity of the fishing tn the low
er river, tho number o? shad reach
ing their vicinity ls reduced'. The
weekly closed tim? now- imposed by
law. was intended-to servo, and doubt
less doe? servo, a very commendable
purpose, namely, that ot Insuring to
the people along th? upper river a
supply of sh ?id. - v ;;,
"In the advent of shad hutching on
?' sitfKclen?ly extensive .scale: the
conditions win materially change;
and i t - may woll . he Questioned wheth
er* .in; View of the increased run of
shad that should undoubtedly result
from : artificial propagation, there
will exist any necessity for a closed
which. now involves hal f t ho
1 o w o ve r this nifty bo. it la cer
tain that .the,bureau,can; not operate
a hatchery the colieotiona for which
are suspended during half the Unie,
"lieh time as tn 1916. may be '
jg^gnltlc?l.fo? the- succttvoi
tn'the unfavorable v criticism' .
. w m inevttAbiv . ooma if certain
i? are allowed to operate during
.... ..w"v(J Mine with lh?| iinderstand
ng that! tlictr*<atcii ?r fijie fish will
io available for the hatchery. From
he very nature of thc shad, ?? Is im
possible to return' to Hie w&te??dlve
the ii li which have been found, on
'xaiiiinatiou; to"bo"'iti an unripe con
dition and therefore of no value foi
hatchefy purposes';''*suf:h kitti should
not lie wasted, and Mid . sale should
bo clearly authorized hy law.
"The s u per I ii tendon t of the Orange
burg hatchery, advises, under date ot
April 13th, that, lu au interview with
you in Columbia, you stair I that you
intended to take this matter up at
thc next session of the legislature so
thal much operations as tho bureau
may find necessary for conducting its
work In behalf of the local fish sup
ply may bo in accordance with state
"In tills connection your attention
ls directed to the, follow inf; paragraph
in an act of congress. approved
March 3. luis,. which paragraph will
doubtless be reenacted during the
present session of congress, pertain
lng to the appropriations mado for
the general expense of fish culture
lu this bureau:
"'No part of the foregoing
amount shall be .expended' for
hatching or planting fish or eggs
in any; state in which. In the ,
judgment of tho secretary of com
merce, there are not adequate
laws for tho protection of the
fishes, nor in any state in which
the Knited States commissioner
of fisheries and his duly author
ized agents are not accorded full
and' free right io conduct flsli
nultural operations, and all fish
ing and other operations neces
sary therefor, in such manner
and at such times as ls consid
ered necessary and proper by the
said commissioner or Iiis agents.'
"Assuring you of my desire to co
operate most Tully with the state au
thorities in maintaining and increasr
ing the local supply of food fishes
and hoping that, through your efforts,
some appropriate action may bc tak
en by the legislature conformably to
thu foregoing paragraph, I remain,
"Yours very truly... . .
(Signed) "H. M. Smith,
Prepared ness Def ral ed Cummins.
Washington, April 20.-Senator
Cummins' campaign managers assort
that preparedness defeated him in
Nebraska. They say no one can
get votef.* in the Middle West on a
preparedness program. ** .
Kits The Feet
MoreJU^aaLauy other time, a Woman's impulse to appear ut
her radiant best must bo obeyed. From the time-honored "Kas
tor bonnet," to the dainty tips of her toes, her costume should
mirror tho freshness and beauty of Spring. And it can. Thomp
son's Shoes Tor Women, embody In footwear the Spirit of the v
Easter-time. They ure perfect in line, and tasteful In ornamen
tation. Dull Kid. Gray Kid,'Patent, Bronze, and White Canvas.
Kumps with or without ornaments, and tho New Colonials with
large butklcs, also strap suudals-all on sale now
$2.00, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50, $4.00 to $5.00
Thc One Price Shoe Store
Wc Sell For Cash Only
Don't Hide Them With u Veli; ti
move Them With the Othilie
Thia prescription for the removal or.
freckles was written by a prominent
physician and is usually BO successful j J
In removing freckles and giving
clear, beautiful complexion that it is,
sold by any druggist under guaran
tee to refund the money if it fails.
Don't hide your freckles under a
veil; get an ounce of othino and re
move them. Even thc first few ap
plications should show a wonderful
improvement, some of the lighter
freckles vanishing entirely.
Be sure to ask the druggist for the
double strength othlnc; it is this that
.R sold on the money-back guaran
E HAVE several thousand dol
lars to place on good farm
Peoples Bank of Anderson
? j0 SBS&fjJJ^win&X ^Ig^L^ That this ts a store of timely resources is shown hy, this most
jr ^^^^^^TVAB^X igsfwj timely effort oh our part to assemble at just the time you need
^^^iRmSprf^^ \v? them most the greatest stock of Ready-to-Wear, Shoes, Hat?, etc.,
'\Sr /wuk^j\ w\ V^SF/L that we have ever gotten together-and aA Gie most attractive
iL7M???^^^^il^w/m prices. Everything here foi* the Easter parade, and if yoi| will
^^?^^jj^^j^A^^ come Saturday, everything at special prices, stead below und be
. '* .. itt'!;-.-' .
Buy your Shoes here Sat
urday , and Save Money.
I Ladies' an3 Men's Oxfords BIG HAJ SALE ? *?
Reduced for Saturday CSTE^^^I Men S '
1 Ladies' Oxfords. In Vlei and Gunmetal. ,Spe L'^'LI '?L?T'^?L 1 ^.4-tm J*? ?Tl J^vOS
? I dal for Saturday, the pair.98.: VslOiniJlg 1^31/ ?
B SOO Pairs Ladies' Oxfords, in Patent, Vlei ^?S^B^,^^SM^^>'-' ^1^1^
? ami f?nnihctal-in. ?!! styles, Special for Sat- -- ? , MT L^Jj^LV
urday, the Pair.$1.18 0 . " n , " * /hfl^X^J
Specially Reduced Prices for , hm
3G0 Pairs Ladies' Oxfords, in Tan and Q. . J i_wir . IIL iVy.-//
Bronze, worth $3.00, Special Tor Saturday. OattlrUay "Tl aA\\c*i^A CA i'P'-r'f '
thc Pair.$1.69 _ _ . , ., , ??WWv?U ,. ,. VT !.'. 1
Mens Genuine Panama HatB in all shauna , . ' Ml 1
600 Pairs Indies' Patent Leather Oxfords. Saturday sale..price. Eaph.?2.98 - - I 1
with fancy tops,; worth $3.00, Special for Sat- nie Hue Men's Straw Hats Saturday at 50c M-fr*?f?f?a . ? . - : ? i , If
* urday. tho Pair,..$1.98 to $1 Jiu. ' ,' *? * ' ' >U^Z
400 Pairs I>adW Oxfords, in Qunmetal, Vlei . Special bargains In- Men's .Socks. Tie?, Col- ? .,V: . . . .../-. .
Kid and Patent .Colt-all styles-valuo $3.50. ?ur* Suspenders, Caps, etc., for Saturday. Fof . ' ! ./? . Nn-.'.'.
Special for Saturday, tho Pair.$2.18 n,? MM of Ladies'. Fancy Colored Parasols Wi . i . ? ' fO fySlV
( at 75c and $1J00. \v?X i iafgife
1 Lot Ladles'. Whito, Canvas Oxfords-rub- no ?. IT J' O , 4 v ^?J^V^I I '
bor or leather so^e^-tau trimmed, value $1.25. IvlU?Un Underwear pft%|la??U|V .^tt?fczr'^
Special, for Saturday, the Pair .98c Ladies' Corset Covers and Muslin Pants, ' '. ''' ' Kh^ittt ^W^?. f . ? ?/?
. .;r.v, : ' .? 25c, 89c arid COfe. . ' v . ' ' j- V.'-. - ..' - . c
vini5??P^l?LMi-Q'8^rpra?* \n P? ^hor;. 4 tadlJWi'-M?rtlto .Ooweia;atad Skirts at SO?, 75e, ! Lot Men's Palm' Beach ^ite-lu : all
Vlei. Gunmetal .and Tan. value $3.00. Special and $1.00. .' * ehaden. Snecial for aatiinluv Each ?4?S
for Saturday, tlie Pair. ..$1.98 ..Ladies Omise Vests at.Ide, 15? and 25c SatHrtlay. Each.9448
Tl"' '' ' 'SSL??-H M-, M. '."M.,., g'..- .??wi^i.^.w'"..'?.^^'...' |BBSgB?ttSgSBS?Bg 1 Ixit-MGH'S good cloth .Suits-rip mixtures.
new. ' BIG EASTER SALE OF RKAPY-TO-WEAR ^\ saturday,^cn.^..,...,....$^8 I
B FOR SATURDAY 206 Mon's Fancy Wdrsted Salts-io new ||
aSSr tJJKH? ...... . ... ^ ' , Btrlpes arid plain weaves, $lB0 values, Special m
H WK AB B 1 Ii0t ladles* Muslin and Voilo Dresses, Special for Saturday? ior saturday's Sale, Bach.01.CS ?
m HIV /VSSBBB 1 Imt Ladles' Colored Stripe Orono Dressen'.'value $6.00, Special r. . . - A' .: ':'. .. --2- S
I Wt\? S *^Sg for Saturday, Each. .$$? | ^ T0 Moa s Blue Serge-Suits-all wool-good
H&?^?MB' ' t'l&* LrdiCF T'' POPl?n n,ld I,!nCn Drti?80s>'Va!?e 9700, Spg^t jj- $9.00 value,Special for Saturday, Each.,.,$?.98
r ^j?P|HHi . ; 25 indies' Palm Beach Hults, good $103 values, Special for Sat- 40U Men's Salts, In Blue Sergo and Taney
URlC\r ^B' " ' w?day.: Each .;.-'.".$5.00 worsted, neat stri??a arid 'pl*hi,', $10- .valuos. -
M\\\\: Our "to li?, of UH* Wool COM SuiU ?o b*,?l?r,t cort s^to' tor *"b ~-'8MS
. ?A \ XZy&i-- 20* Ladles' Sport Coats-Hn all colpr^-warth $7.00 and $8.00. Special 51500 8t??U on Bs^rday at* ^h...$?JM?.
jfc&?A^' i ft? Saturday's ?ale." Bach .'.'.t:.....$1^8 , . ^' ?b</i'^.-?? y? .\^?.:.h<xi
. B^g^?^?TO 10 Dor.. Ladles' Wash Ski rta-in all colors-Spebla! -for Saturday, ( of Boys' -Easter'?iilt? from 9t^'
^mS^^Pw?^Vk 20 Doz. Ladles' Waists, iu white and colors. Specials fqr saturday "' ' .;. .
M?vATOi ^ ..:.:.m\ Big lino qf Mon's t'ant's, s'p?c?uVfor Satur
U IM IVI|)^^^ g ! r.O Doz.^ Ladles' Fine Waists, in white end cdlored Silk?, ?a.turda^s ?liy at $1.48 to $8.98 Pair.
' ^.?.'..?-.IB Dca. Middy Blouses, neatly trlnirhed, Special for Saturday. 1n. _ ' , , ' , :
Bm iiXY WjJM ? \ Eac'i '"i* . - a?. - . 100 Doz. Mens' Sport Shirts-all color?-r.
?MB ^M'^ ^ Spaeial-for Saturday oft 48r Each. . ^f^j
??jjjm BBHM Bigi llhe^Of Children's Dressas, In Glaghams. Madrai, Galatea and 25 Doz. Men's-Nslnsook ?mdorWoar Satur
,, ^"ff^^ $L,50. J^ia?^ .... . .98e :J ^d^^^fe^^r^ ' ' S