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i ne Anderson Mut us
Hail Insurance kGo,
E. P. VAND1VER, President
JAS. R. ANDERSON, Vice Prest. J. M. EVANS, Secy.
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who had their crops insured against loss by HAIL in our Com-I )
' pany are looking, cheerful since, the- destructive hail storm the
lt would give you a feeling'of satis/action to have your
growing crops insured with us.
See usat once-don't delay.' You may be sorry;
Q. Frank Johnson; '. . ' Sole Agents E. A. Marshall
Phone 2?9 . .'. . Jj . Picone 90
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(From Thc Literary Digest.)
if your radiatorleaks, poor in
The self.acting radiator cement
Pinda the Leak and Fixes It
Se:Mentrpl is a powder put up in lithographed tin cans.
When poured'into .your radiator?'ft dissolves in the hot water..
At the leak, the cool aijr congeals it into' ? cement that repairs
it automatically. ...... )
Look for the pumpkin colored caris,
. The aboye advertisement is one of JSL series
that is running ^eye'ry\ otherweek in the
WE SELL AN? COMMEND THE ABOVE
"I want; to tell yoii^what wonderful 'benefit t have re
ceived from the use . of Tnedford's Black-Draught" writes
Mrs.; Sylvania1 Woods, of ClKtbn Mills, Ky.
"Urcejt?ln?y has no equal for. ?a. grippe,* bad colds,
liver, and stomach troubles. I firmly believe Black-Draught
saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles,
tiisy went in on h^.r, buf . ?ne good dose ot Thedford'e
Black-Draught made the;ii Weak cut and she bas had no
.more trouble? i ^
in my home."" For c?nirtlpation, Indigestion, headache, dtert
^P^lnaiarla, chilis ; and fever, biliousness, and &U limiter
aliments^; ^ed?ord'tf'Bl?ck-D proved Itself a safe*,
tellable, gant?e and valuable remedy.
lt you buifer from* fihy. these' complaints, try Bl?i^
Draught ?t t?; a merit. ? Seventy-five
y?^ . ^Jsptendi^ lt? value. G ood iflr
y?un?-??ftdvol(t'; For:s^V:eV?^er?*n- ^c^^'centai^
rafias started off spl?ndi'd?y. Customers are pleased with
our offerings and pleased with our prices and terms. We
.ire pje?ised ^
, .';fy ; . ' Aggies v .. -
i- are guaranteed to give satW?cj?oti and' our prices .are; a f
satisfactory as theyservtees you gpt.
|B%? r See nte niait i?v Harness, Lap JFt?b?v Whips, etc.
Mill ?LBE??Y HAS
400 B?SHELB WHEAT
-i ni ??
BURRISS MILLING COMPANY
EXPECTS GOOD BUSINESS
DRY THE WHEAT
R. E. Burms States That -Grain
'"'. . Mu?t Be in Proper Condition
Before Brought Mill
; "Our/Reason ls going to open up
splendidly." stated Mr. R. E. Bur
rlss of the Burri?n Milling company
yesterday, "we.already have over
400 bushola of this year's wheat at
the mill waiting to be ground into
"We expect to start the mill to
running tomorrow." continued1. Mr.
Burrito. . 'Touro were a. few re
pairs to be made, nome parts had to
to overhauled, etc. Everything has
been put into first class shape .and
there isn't anything to prevent un
from making the very best flour lc
"The wheat crop ?B a gnaat deal
bettor ?han many people thought it
would bo. .There was a lot of whett
sown,: end although the drought hurt
lt some, there is a good de-il of wheat
>>.?,. the c&nntry. ??
"There la one hing that the farm
CIL' munt learn about' bringing their
whoa . to OUT mill and that is that it
mUBt-.he perfectly dry or else we'.can
not make it into . flour. We have
had to turn away several loads al
ready thia' season just because the
wheat was not ? dry and in proper
condition. ." This 1B ' very impor
tant." ? . ? ; ?. . . - : \ .
DEAL HELD UP
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE.)
V- 'VvV ?" V? ' f ? ?-* '.*??'?' i/.''? i- fci '?">' -: &}.*':'$1
City' mills in Columbia, the Pairfield
at Winncboro, the Wylie at Chester,
the Pine Creek at Camden,-the Beav
er Dam .at Edgof leid and the cotton
seed oil, rcM\ at Edgefleid, waria, tit.
fered to only one concent, Lu ck woo il.
Greene & Co.. to whom the-sale'was
authorized at the meeting May ll.
' lt IR' Tarthcr. set forth In the ??m
plalnt tha^ by the use ?f proxies 'of
shareholders not Informed ct." tho tru.
financial condition of tho company,
the salo was effected waihou', regard
.to; the interest scf the stockholder.
The" \e?n>&t?inis ; declare fh?l the ?rV
gumentSi.ef the-defendante,. that - the
aale, even at. ? sacrifice, .'^.as; nec
essary to eecuro. the financial rehab
ilitation or the' company., ar? fulla
clous', in that' the ? properties o' tho
Ham paton company earned durang
the first three .montiii? of 1916 pr?
fits in excess of $100,000 a month,
and that the existing debt of thc
Parker , company standing' at about
$3,20i).O0o -. after -./payment on June' l
of-; $C25;00b from the proceeds of in
surance policies on the Ufo of- tho
late" Lewis W. Parket and the'profits
from ' the'operations of the Hampton
snlHtv can he liquidated from the
ora'.nary earnings of the ' properties
under emelent management within
three years. ??'.'?
The petition also asserts that ow?
ingie the increase in the; price" of
cotton' mill .machlneiT/ the r?placo
ment value of the mills involved in
the salo har, .risen to above f7.000;000?
wherois the proponed'uurchasa price
is l?sa than I3.C00.00O. - ~V\
The allegations* in the complaint
are supp?t ted i/y aflidavits'by W. H.
itose. H. G. 17elborav farmer presi
dent' and general ' manager of the
Hampton-mills,-'and W. A. Clark.
JuiAice Watts at chambers here i?
Bued the rule, ^returnable ^ before
Judge ..Mauldin at 10. o'clock Tues
day morning, June ,20. meanUme r?
straining the d?rendants Jointly and
severally from diapOBiug of any i>t
"the' properties?.- ef> the : Hampton ? Cot
ton milla compandor any other nanete
ot the Parker Cotton mills company
"except.' ia the Usual 'and customary:
mode eiidi cauri?* o? b????^ss-lavrijfcs
mK. BARNES OF AL5ANY
This photograph, leader on the plci
Quard, as hesappeared at the Chicago
convention. Mi\ Barnes here seems
depressed. H? is h very bitter enemy
ot Theodore Roosevelt.
I Palmetto ts to Now Show Seven |
Reels of Pictures For Five
The Palmetto theatre re-opens this j
afternoon with seven ore?is dr.-Key
stone <plctures, a ffve reel feature and
[a two reel comedy. There will pos
itively be no vaudeville .hut there Will
be a four piece orchestra furnishing
music. V- ' ' t
Manager Pinketon stated yesterday j
that he was going td see if the peo
ple of Anderson ; wanted? tl;e- ber.t in I
motion pictures- for the: small : price ]
Of five cents, tho a'dmisnlon to all.
The orchestra will be composed of I
Mrs. Daisy Wilk?y. . Plano;- ;-PV.T.
TOlllson, .combr;"1 - Brno?- DriBkell,
drums' and a' Violinist:'- ??Miss'.'.-ja?nes j
Pearson, who ls do-Woll remeieborel
.herd, will arrive,-ba Monday and,"will
be the- regalar violinist. - '.'
Concerning th? Vive re??; feature for
today the ,nreBs! notice: says:'\ -\
ppeota??lar ?tf?tts -tbdt ' autpaBS
anything ever achieved before- in a
i photo, play' wilV'ilh'e 'abowh . .lu - tho
new ?Triangle' production, by. .Thom*
;??? H. " ideeV "ftouh tJe.V There " ls a
storm at sea, whore' the, wsvo?' gra
dually riso hlgh?r. add1 higher; and
finally: 'surge' oyor.Vtbo. sut;v dashing
man-* over Uv sides,' ahd^ where the
terrible blasts ot.-Wind'.tearythe- sal's
I to - sh reda ?'nd dem?ll?li v.ha sp?j? anil
I rigging . ' Hov; the '"'ship ; Tocks '"' and
how t!te.'me?'frght''for.''?notr. lives and
how?'.all 'their- attempts'dre -.b?^;ya.in.
and tho stanch yeibel ii ?ost on'* the
T?cke-' aa.d^?ttfr.iy^'^r^?t?dJ;':-li' ip v.*-'
audience shudder and almbfltl\b?lieve
that they: sro actually In p^riOfcit tbe'r
i lives ; from .the- treacherous slmpon; of
the-et'tdthera seas. '. vt\ ...< ;? :
. The press notice. h^S tho following
to say about ''Tho; Village Scandal";
Raymond Hitchcock, as a gay and
'courcy trickster ; and ' Hosjcbe';" Arbuc
kle as. a village Ht/bpy.. have Sporne
amusing encounters jntheir attempt*
td'jwlh the affections of Flora Zab?lle
as ArbuckleV comedy 1 sweetheart in
"The Village ^randal," th? Trlangl?
ICeystone. comedy. .. Fatty Arbuckle'*
a'jip?arao?o on a Vlilago street , be
gins ibo laughter.
.SALTS' ^'.,?jpjJ?B m
Slop Eating Meat For Awhile , If |
I Your Blades? i3 .Troubling
. Yan *4fil
.'.IWhen ,you1 wake np with headahco
as'jl dull ?ui?ery la tho kidney region it
generally means you-^haVe boen er,t
ih? /?tobxhtuoh meat, ;.'.say? :&?>', wctf
knovm authority. -:Meat .'forras' uric
acid , which overworks tho kidneys .In
their effort 4o filter Ht;'from the blood
os, they become sp.rt\\ ot paralysed
and l?ggy. Wh?a'-yOur U?dney? get
?t.$a?1?h and clog you must relieve
them, like you relievi your hoir?js;
i removing all the body's uri?ous wa'
j elite yon. have ' backache, sick ,he
javhe ,dhis> spells."ynttr stomach .?>
ioa&u? la coated, and wlieh.the we,
or: ls had you have; rheumatic t\
?ifti? ' Tho urJno' Is; cloudy, f?ll
sediment, chaariela often ; get soi w
W*,ter scalds. and J^bo,are! obliged te" I
?*&J*iteMwo or tb rea times- during j
the.^ight, s .?; '
physician at once or get from your
pharmacist tbont ?<yar ouncc? ot; Jad
gWfcr^tahe a tablespoonful Io. ? glass
. <$ i:m?^i^r^iij0kjm ?fe? **?w
?Mia'agreer- Jddn^/wtu ,tfc^-*c*',
c?wkA???, with Mhla.&nd bas been
used ) for generation*, clean and
stimulate' a?ugl?h < ?Udney?.- o?so to
-ne^alise-acids, ia- ;ithe,^ariae/so - as
lu so tonger irritate*. \*(&?leatHng;
Iftladaar we*kB<?'s. ;'.>. .
i?ar roeat^?iWti :?t>ir te?ji?ii??v9,
iaju?s and ?W?WB & detighlfu?
?B. ?Wi lit SO i
TO GREENVILLE TODAY
. -. .
IO ADDRESS WOMANS* MIS
SION AR Y CONFERENCE
ALSO TO COLUMBIA
VVhere He Will Attend1 Meeting
Religious Pres? Association ? $
OS This State
t . ' ' '-'v'^iV.'.^V7 ?Sith!? I
Dr. W. C. Kirkland, editor of the
Southern Christian Advocate, leaves
this morning foi Greenvale where he
addressee the Womans'' Missionar;?
conference of the Upper South Car
olina Methodist conference. . Prom .
there Dr. Kirkland, will go to. Co
lumbia to attend tho regular quer? j
lefly meeting of the Religious Press
association of thin state'which meeta J
Tho first seaclon will be at the i
Lutheran Board . of Publication, j
'.'Awn an address will be heard i?y i
J, P. Jacobs of Clinton on tthe cub- j
Jeet of "Advertlaing." At 7 o'clock
in the evening tho visiting members'
will be guests of the Lutheran Board
of: Publication at an Informal dinner
at th* Jefferson hotel, when other >
subjects rotating to the work, of tho
association will be discussed.
Representatives' will attend from
The Southern Christian Advocate,
Anderson; The Associate Reformed
?Presbyterian, Due West; The Diocese,
Choraw, and The Way of Faith and
the Lutheran . Board ot Publication,
Officers of the association are: lc.
St Galloway,. Due West, pr?sident;
John W. Horinc, Columbia, vi?o
president, and J. C. kteyo,- Green
ville, f.ee'retary-troasurer. _ .
This association was only.." formed
this yoar, temporarilly . organization
being made in Greenwood with per
manent organization at a later meet
ing held tn Anderson.' .. .
, V ?'.: tit M
A glass of 1
. * " ' .
lm?::- ; morn i
Life is not n^?rel:
to live well, eat wei'
work well, sleep wc
^iWtoat a glorious '
attain, and yethqW}
if one will owly adop:
Folks who ar?,:U
teel dull anthea?*
front a cold, rGul t
breath, acid stomacli
feel as &?sh ias ' a di
ing the sluices ?if th?
morning and flush
or wi??L should,
ful of limestone ph
io wpfcfrbm fir* eft
They Wear Bamboo
On the Equator
Not many years , ago they
discovered that by splitting;
the Bamboo into, finer fiber and
we?virig' them. into smaller
shapes they, could sell them to
the traders from Southern
In our stock, we call- lt
-the lightest hat In the world.
We have only a few shapes left,. -
! 9% v torn up. The track waa 'cleared yeaV
*a0??fV%\ltYk0YlT terday about 2 o'clock.
WJf%ST Milli lt* 11%, B2CCTUB? ot tko derailment, train
h " li:Ci) a. m..- for ?oneeo, wa?H?feV
On Blue Ridge Yesterday-- No laved for about tr/o and one-hallt
vin ^IUJS? j . ~T I i boura . Tho motor car itara Seneca
Ono Injured and SmftU Dam- lyfiBt?rday afternoon arrived ahout
age Wa? Dene I3 o'clock, or 4o mln?t?a late.
.. ,?nnnn . .;. .. " Bar Petty Politic*. ?~
A 100,000 pountj capacity coal car Washington, June. 14-Sfforta to fri*
on fro ght train -No, 8 on tho Blue aerofa Dlank la the democratic piaf- i >
Ridgo railway was derallod Just weat form a- law to prohibit federal Judge*
of the Six and Twenty trestle yea- assigning to accept elocttve. office will
terday morning about 9 o'clock. This ucl bo countenanced by- Wilaom ad-?
caused threo' or four cam to turn ?ninlstr?tivo official letVit be knowns -
crosswise on the high, trestle, thus Tho president aent word VJ StLan?a :
delaying trains- unUl early yesterday that ho did not want -petty poi'tfes
I afternoon? About 100 croBa ties were J played.
^^J^"' "' '-^^ggg^?j??*^w ,i".mm"r\ ' " j f1*1 'fJjgg' 'U^tt?j :
:;of:%stei??each m?rn?rig C-sm? j
way tlite poisonous, stagnant i
lot water witty ?a
5 phosphate ih it? ;
ng before breakfast*
i looking and T???Kfagm^
E v fVS ? J
I, digest well, , t^for^ p?t?ijag kt?m^oo? inte
01, Morwell, the stomachs The.?oh ?? 'JL?O?? f
condition to water .awl ?im?stor^ phosphate I
rory easy it is .. on an empty stontaen' is wonder
? the morning v: Itr cleans ofetj
all thc: sojir ??mentat?^na, g^ee^ ' I
:-eustonied to w-iKto ari? acidity and '?ives ono fl
lache, stuffy While ; yon are ?nw>5fe yotw i
ongne, nasty fcraakfasi tfce ?'S^V;,,,: | $
^?mst^aoV phat?is gute? exia^fc?^^ ?
usy by open- votoio of ???^^^^|t??9?.;- ft
j system each And getting ?^y foi> ar,thorong?? ? I
in#' out theflushing of?U ffio.iaa?cf? organst ... |
a^poisono?#. -v qtlt?^?nTOtn^ I .
S1,mo^!^^TO? '^ho hara ?
rink a -gla?$ ?a?iow skiris? Mood: aisoMers a?s^ . I
osp^Pn?l:' ;: s^?y 3^ f^n^-iC^ ,
T^ ' Si l?toC0St but ^^^^^ : 3 . .