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YOU CAN MAKE
Faded, soiled and ?potted
garments car. be remade into
new ones tor yourself or eut up
for garments for the children.
\V> will dye the materials for
you, give them a now fresh col
or, u.d tlio result will be gar
ments that look, and are ns good
os new in every reapect
Our charge for this service la
not large and tho work Is
promptly? dono and guaranteed
Havo our wagon call.
Phone us. -
THONE KO. 7.
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CLISAR'Bight is.necessary to 0 0
both your, health .and..success. . .. .c^rirkrtt /r? -
DINE vision can generally be ? jv ^T/ ?
rellov?d by correctly focused o'",, o
and fitted glasses. ooo o'o oooooooooooo
DONT bo blind to your own wv ? "
. interest. . Exercise, sound W1B- ' -;
dom and jAtcllIgqnee by< ha' The Schopl Improvement. Assocla
US examino your eyes. It \. - tion will have a short business ses
bo a thorough, painstaking, ox- i sion at 2: o'clock Saturday, December
pert examination that will put '.pth. Then tho association will be
you on tho right track of sight. I turned into a school of 187?, in which
'. ? X9H ,c?n. cou?. on 5B . 2* 'tne only text book will be tho "Old
truthful information and right ( Bluo Back Spener... a 8ong>
g t?BrinL a? na ?n,i "n ithe itr8t recitation will be a reading
S! ^?i?;??? fc?"i??? "iT- lesson. Tho class will then be allowed
- k?ffiSSS? ,1Bgla8Bea 1 a few minutes in which to "study out?
by mail-Bend them to us. hef(mj lho 8pelIlQg legflon ,8 ^Uedt
qpLa . Tho one standing "head" at the close
1UC of the lesson and the one standing
fti '-IS* i /V i* 1/1 ."foot" will have to choose sides for a
Mll?f-Fflf llntirSII Sift 'spelling match. Mr. D. M. Craig of
VJUUl 1 fl VpUVtM Wi iQTB a prlio of fifty cents to tho last
?T* w %t ?D1BTBAV ?ne "sitting down." Any one who
. ?iiff ' (wishes may Bpell.
ttta ?ai rJJ ut k"an*ann a r 'After another song pep corn and
^ SSSoS^^lfSS^ * '?Inders will be "passed around" and
Thrrn iirVnH lioinw Kr-'s?' Ten .everybody may talk at once."
Three W?WJ1?' \ A11 frlends and neighbors are
I Q^'lT cordially invited to meet with us. .Ev
I ; mr tn un ? II .Qrything will ho free.
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M Will Have Reason for Thanksgiving If You ll
; g i Send Her a Box-of ' ^
je We receive fresh shipments every week S!
, B^sf'Bon-bons, Chocolates, etc. Price 80c. w
i 5? Wort* double, fi
8 I ?w?' DRUG CO. f
Sb Phone 636. Anderson, S. C. ?
Comfort in Reading
Tire eyes demand easy-fitting,
large round-eye spectacles like
these for work or leisure. Lighter
than metal. Made of either
"xyloware" or genuin? shell.
Prices $3.50 to $5.00 and up.
. R. Campbell
Office 112 W. Whitner St.
? A"WESTERN Mining Bnfeineerrwith
\ J?\ tm option on a valuable mine was
jj \ . about to close the deal, when, at the
?a^ minute? the, Wested
drew th?ir support With a tew hours lett
1 iyi whfcl? to find the nioney;^he ^got Ney? ^
Yoi&. oil tte 4Bic?f
phone, talked with a banking house and
outlined the x proposition, which th?y V,'
agreed to finance. ?. )
A personal interview by the Bell Lopg Dfotaoc* Telephoto
; . often cJoaea atmdoor uves a situation. . ? jy^,^- ?
Mm TELEGRAPH COMPANY
BELTON, Nov. 23.-The utoreB and
hanks of Belton will observe Thanks
giving day. The many clerks hero
will tako thc day off and many of the
business men will go hunting, s
The prayor meeting service at tho
Baptist church next Wednesday1 even
ing will be turned into a general
Thanksgiving service. Public cordial
ly invited to attend this service, i
Misses Elmlre and Josie Harden,
teachers at Connie Maxwell Orphan
age, Greenwood, spent Sunday in Bel
ton, guests at the home of I. W. Cox,
on Brown avenue.
Dr. Poteat, president of Furman
university, preached two able ser
mons at the First ?aptlst church yes
terday-j-?mor?|ng and evening. The
church; wan full to overflowing and
thia ablo. qpqaker was well nleascd
Hev. !W. S. Martin, pastor of tho
Methodist church, was in his place
yesterday and preached a fine ser
mon ter thiB many hearers. He leaves
neal week for the annual conference.
\ j Hotel Geer.
Thanksgiving finner: Turkey, oys
ters, dicjaslng. g/blet sauce, cranberry
sauce, potato-- chips, celery, salted al
monds,! I ?bid' bolled ham, chicken
pie, candied yams, creamed potatoes,
steamed rice, green peas In tumbales,
chicken Salad, - pumpkin pies, brandy
peaches, sweet pickled peaches, fruit
cake, assorted '''cakes,? sherry ice
cream, toffee wlth'whlpped cream, hot
tea, sweet milk, butter milk, o'possum
Be! ion Woo Over Will lam s ton.
The high school girls of Belum and
tho girls of the Will lam s ton high
school played a fine game of basket
ball Saturday afternoon on *he Wil
liamson ground. The Bolton girls
returned homo victorious over their
opponents the score being 12 to 0.
This makes four victories for the Bel
ton girls this fall out of six games,
losing one to Anderson and one to
Monea Path. Our team won om from
each of these teams. They Lope to
come opt winners thl syear and they j
have certainly made a good start
Keep it up girls. We know that you
aro game. 1
The mUny friends of L. M. Geer will
be glad to learn that he =1s still Im
proving. He ls getting along nicely
and will bo at' himself in a few weeks.
He hopes that the usual large crowd1
will bo on hand Thanksgiving day.
Mr. Geer gives everybody a fine din
ner on thia occasion. You can always
get your money's worth at Hotel Goer
but on this occasion yob get double
the UGual amount. Come ever Mr. Sd- j
itor.and take dinner with u? ar this
popular hotel. ' ?.<'?
NINE? HTNBRED BILLION ?ATS
Bange rv bf Bubonic plague-Dr. Dixon
Says It Is Advancing- With No
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, "The, Bubonic Plague ls advancing
against us with no uncertain step,"
declared Dr. Samuel G. Dixon, com
missioner of health of - Pennsylvania,
yesterday In the course of 1.1B-lecture
on' "State" Control of Contagious and
Infectious Diseases" in the cour? i of
F pedal lectures being gi v?n at. the
College of Pharmacy, Philadelphia,
Marvel at this-Under normal con
ditions a female rat will bear three
to five litters of ton, each year. At
Gits rate, one pair of rats would In
five years increase to over nine hun
dred billion, provided all survive. The
economic losses from rat do predation,
in the United States are enormous. A
government roport cays: "It costs Gie
American people-. $100,000.000 yearly
in grain alone to: deed Gie rat Add
to thlst $35,000.000 to $50.000,000 in
merchandise,' poultry, eggs, other
foodstuffs, damage to buildings, furni
ture, i meal is .embankments, rounaa
tions, liars;1'etc., and you have an
amoun j equal to tho -revenue ot an
empire j And ito far as anyone has
been a >jd <to moko out tho rat ser
man n >[useful purpose. They are a
wary, xl ort and dangerous foo, and
lt will 'require intelligent, energetic
and u?famitt?ng efforts to suppress
them. : some localities thV snp
Pf essie ti of ?the rat trna became almost
a nee? ?tty-for tho preservatlin of
tl/o fhu tiariir?'ce. It has followed'mah
Into al ?parta of tho globe, and where
the ra. geeef . plague and other dis
eases ?variably gb. The rodent, in
addition to carrying plague, : is alsb
the reservoir bf trichinosis and ten
ether parasites. ..furthermore, rats
have leprosy. They also have cancer.
These Rumoro occur ' "^pbhtaneo^1?r*.,
among: wild rata and t?a*i^?r**dUy
transferred from rat tb;rat.?.Th? rat
has grown.from u nuisance t? a dan
ger and control of this rodent has
become a serious health problem, ai
well aa a necessity. The abovo re
markable figures, fac'J and commiv.t
ar? taken from a recent issue of the
; Journal of tb o American Medical As
sbct?t?bif, and tte ? tpbrtfi of the Ag
ricultural dopa rim Jnt - They are Set
forth ^here for -G?pdrpbso,^eti^
?t??nt?O? id -? ? :r-7uvSitly r uiSvO Terna
remedy for the r?t post which seems
to have special claims for co hilder
?U?h. It Is called by the manufac
turers Rat Cbm and the unique
qualities claimed for lt Seems also to
be fully substantiated ; these OTC that
rai com will surely kill - rats; mice
and all rodents. It will not kill,cat?,
dogs or human beings. It munriulfiec
tho bodies of the dead rata so thal
they a?e entirely free .from disagree
able odors or smells. It dries then
up. in ?act, by using rat ?corn y?t
can v^^arl-p^amlste of Gie peati
: ana jaugerons nuisances In a safe
cane and sanitary manner. Investi
gate rat cont. ?t is well worthy t
t trial... See edd on ; another page, and
send - lo the Botanical - KanufactUi-ing
Company, 253-J2S5 South Fourth
Street, Philadelphia. Pa., for booklet,
"How to Destroy Rats," :whlch is sent
free if you mention this Journal.
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Never count your friends,
You can't tell who they are;.
Some aro friendly for favors
And some of them never were.
If you have no enemies then you
never knew enough to catch your
friends in a lie.
Mrs. A. A. Mauldin and son, John,
are at Anderson visiting relatives and
Messrs. Austing Killing and Her
man Boyd went to Calhoun Falls last
Saturday "dear" hunting.
Mr. J. H. Tucker recently shipped
an opossum dog to Mulberry, Fla.
The remains of Mr. Dave Scott were
brought here from Iva on the 13th
inst., and buried after appropriate
services by Rev. H. W. Stone.
Activo pall ber.rers were: Jahn
Sutherland, Will Powell, Mohroe Ale
wine, John Jones, Crayton Evans and
Most of the farmers are about
through gathering the cotton crop
sown oats and will sow some wheat.
Every farmer should raise enough
wheat to feed tho inhabitants
thereon, ra5se enough grain, to
feed the stock, in other words make
the farm self sustaining and cotton
a surplus and let the other fellows.do
the worrying about the price of tho
Miss Rose Weir from Moore, S. C.,
is spending a month' here with her
brother, F. A. Weir. ' "
Mr. Roy Forrester from Yemassee
ls here on a visit. PJOy spent a few
months here last spring ' and the
young folks are glad to have him with
them. . .
Mr. Austin Kelley ts off to Augusta
Ga., at this writing "sowing some
Mr. Horace McMahan -was hera
last Sunday at Sunday school and
with home folks for dinner.
Mr. Jim Mauldin niet wjlh a painful
accident recently which caused the
amputation of his right foot. He was
out with his gun (hammerless) and
stooped to tie his.shoe and the gun
Blipped and went off and ' the' entire
load entered the eldo1 "of his foot back
of the great toe, Witlr the above re
i The Southern Express Company
will discontinue ita' office hero after
December 10, next: It ia thought that
this will put a crinin ?nv the: illegal
sale: ot whiskey heref1 lt is said that
Ave or six blind' U^r? '0>l?ck)f are
doing business' her^"and Solomon in
aU his glory was "pSVer arrayed ilks
one of these? '''
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Miss Edith Whitten ot Clemson
College ls viBiting in the family of
Mr. Thoa. Hubbard near Seneca.
Mr. C. F. Adams went to Anderson
on. business Monday afternoon. Mr.
Adams made the trip in a Ford au
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Adams and fam
ily, Mrs. H. Y. Smith, Mr. W. H.
Moore and family. Ed Hopkins, Oscar
Owens. Arthur Veils, Dr. J. R. Hel
ler, Guy Heller, Will Verner, Mr. J.
J. Cromer, were -of UIOBB who attend
ee* the unveiling of the monument to
D . Heller, by the Woodmen of Town
v le near Hoddons4Foid Sunday, f
Miss Mae Hamilton, who has been
serving as milliner in v>ne of the lead
ing establishments in Louisville, has
MisseB Sue and Norma Glgnilllat
have returned home after a visit of
eeveral weeks Li the iower part of
Mrs. Lilly Sittion and Miss Lillian
Holland have gone to Browntees, in
Abbeville county, to attend the mar
riage of Miss Bliese Brownlee, which
is to take place next Wednesday.
Mr. W. F. Strickland, a former re
sident of this place, but now of Spar
tanburg, was calling on the hardware
trade here today.
J. W. Reece of the C. A. Reed Co.,
of Anderson, is in Seneca today.
Jas. L. Burley, the Blue Grass
man, a popular traveling man of An
derson was viBiting the hardware
trade here today.
Dr. W. KV Sharpe. Jr., of the U. S.
Public Health Service, was.tho guest
of his cousin, Mr. J. R, Ramsey, at
the Coonee Inn Sunday. Dr. Sharpe
is stationed in ihe marino hospital
at New York.
Mr. J. Harvey Hugh is in South
Georgia on a professional tour.
Prof. J. M. BurgesB, D. W. Watkins,
of Clemson College and J. I. Red
man ut the International Harvester
company, held a meeting at Oakway
Saturday In the interest of Clemson
College co-operation scheme.
Will Welcome Santa Claus.
LONDON, Nov. 23.-To emphasize
the government's appreciation of gifts
which America is sending in the San
ta Claus ship Jason the government
bas decided to have tho Earl of Beau
champ, first commissioner of workB,
meet the vessel and wei some the
WASHINGTON, Nov. 23-The cus
toms authorities are holding the
steamer 'Gladstone at Norfolk, at the
request'of the state department, while
investigation is being made to deter
mine whether questions of neutrality
arc lnvolvoeU '-">' fffgfggj? g *"^Vifl
Mules and Horses
For a limited time we are prepared to Exchange
Brand New Standard makes of Buggies and Har
ness for Mules and Horses from 5* to 14 years old,
from 1,000 pounds up, on a very liberal basis.
THE BUGGIES ARE
"Brockaway" "Hackney" and
And the Harness is either single or
double Harness for Buggies and
Wagons, and of good quality.
This-proposition is ONLY for a LIMITED
TIME; so we suggest PROMPT ACTIQN if inter
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The father pf tji? family enjoys the piano be- The daughter perhaps enjoys the piano
cause it soothes and rests him af ter a dav of busi- mpstof all, forit makes h^
ness cares, and brinies enjoyment into his life. tie and helps tremendously in tt??^niert?in^
- , , ? ! ment of her friends.
The ggg^ TK?
Piano to take many a delightful hour, from her the music is a s^^
manifold duties to enjoy the recreation she re- childish mind-and day by day educates t?is
quires. - , > * ?? -v. asr zm m ^musical instincts. v : . ill! ':v :
seuinga^^ CAgH, and t^ASS!?S!1 W^^^ T&
ingtpaJW^^ SAyE YOy CONSIDERABLE MONEY an
thel3ESTMAKES w^^?f? l^I^LE 'R^pfHig?i
of Sta^aifd Pialas Grade Pianos Organ*.
tiwi :?r^?^ Handle Ar? Guaranteed for Te? Year * b y the Manu^
?yus. 1 ,. ^rjt\m ? .>'".. ?
Cash pr Terms to Suit You. ."Tv"'1^ 'T7^-. ]
M. M, PATTERSON, Mgr. No. iSp.West?iUbn SlTwt