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To Start a Gae Fire,
You Strike a Match and
Turn a Handle
There is np time lost in waiting
for thc fire to burn freely so that
you can begin cooking with gas.
The fire is ready the very second
you are, and V. can be put out just
Gas only burns when needed,
you control it just as easily as the
water from the spigot in your kit
It's very Economical
ANDERSON GAS CO.
For o very ache and pata Is a reit?
ble remedy. You -can cure the dlffi
cutty if you only act In time and act
with wisdom. A lazy, torpid, sluggish
liver is, without a doubt, responsible
for more aches adn pains thsu any
other thing, for to it wo trace consti
pation, biliousness, indigestion, head
Ks Ls? HP?
>. ->-.>.-'-' .. . ? -
knocks ?1 lthcso out by going right to
tho bottom ot tho difficulty-tho livor
-and;'form there- strengthens the en
tire system, A triar proves lt.
50 cents and $1.00 per botlo at yom
Manufactured and .Guaranteed hy
jCivmib J. liol ???c*?~j
" ti' 1 11 r-'-" 'i
( Store Room on
South Main street
Anderson Real Eclate &
Tho?. F. Cartwright, Mannger Kening
A shipment of the finest
fish ever shipped to An
Fancy Spanish Mackerel
Fancy Salmon Trout
Extra Taney Butterfish
Fancy Crabs and Shrimp
Extra Fancy Select
rriving 3 times a week.
Dit. II. A. AM.<?00?.
Watson. Vandh er Building
Hour:? O to IO; 12 to 1; .1 to ."?.
At Cleveland I'hnrmiicy:
s to it u. m.; tun to 7.30 p. ra.
Residence Phono S'20.I Oilier IMO
HAY KR * HAL? WIH
. Bleckley Bldg. Anderson, 8. C. .
. CUlien* National Bank Bldg. *
. Raliegh, M. C. *
? * . . .
CASEY lt F A ITO
Anders*, 8. C.
Brown Olllk fiaJluifff t i
Hecnnd Floe! rhone-St? ?
. T. Frank Walkin! SanrT L. Prince *
. Attorneys and Claasellor affair
. S t Floor B!|ss1e; B!?-^
. Anders*, H. C.
?Ii. L. Ii
. Phone M.
?0. Stable .
f^eersen, 8. C. *
o o o o o
o Onice x New Watsei
o o o o
Honra 12-1'Js.S p, ?j. o
Telephone ?% er 624.' o
o o o o
IIB. J. C. S? TCBtRLL ?
? Veterinary Jurgeon
* > ' ' ?
? Davis Bra . Stahle *
j S16 Phon s-ISS *
Anderson, lo. Car. *
O.K. II BA BB
Answers all calls
Ice Cream ::
Eat More Of It.
lt yonr eyea er glasse* ta
question? Alright then dont
aeek further, Just see rae. I
specialise an these treaalea ?aw
?aa gfve T?a that finish am
JwV thar spell* salJAftwl*?
Prices WJO? to ?5JD0 up. Ba*
pairs toe up.
DR. M. IL CAMPBELL I
; 152 W. WhitnerSt \
?ronnd floor-telephone t?n- \
rOUB AD IN IVIS-PAPER
as Every Horns
of t??8 tom
They Are Full of Danger,
but Nay Lead to a Steady
By DONALD CHAMDKRLIN
When Hob KUM Itoviiuie engaged lo
lv.it?? Winston society smiled. Hob
was known to Itt' in ii chronic Kl?t? ot
betrothal. nn<( Kat? wu? considered thc
queen of i'irtH. Bverjrbody supposed
tlie affair between them to lie n
^nme ou t>< >t Ii Hides at ucl wondered
which would come out "win IHM1, lt wu*
not believed that nti.vihliig very nerton?
hud resulted from the escapades of
either, for both had the reputation of
Kettln? out of their entanglements
without being very tnnch blamed
Just what was the reul Intent with
\ ref?r??co no-em-h- trtftee^of H"b rgltlor
uud Kate winston they alone knew.
There wot? the usual skirmishing, with
a proposal aud aa acceptance. Quite
na tarn I ly after her betrothal Kate tims
nddrutwed her fiance:
I''"I nm much concerned. Bob. about
tbls engagement between its. Yon ace.
I lt fa fj very serious matter for a girl
Uko myself, who has not yet Keen much
or ?he world, to give her heart to a
mau. I bave been told that yon nave
I boan engaged many limps; and If thia
I is true you must have caused a great
deuh uf distress to a number of Inno
"How about the distress' those Inno
cent girls have caused me?"
"I thought you said J was the only
girt you erer iwveu."
afr. Elliot, being thus thrown on but
I bean-, ends, remained silent He'lind
nothing more to say in his defense.
"I don't think." continued Miss Win
ston, "that I should feel safe in an
nouncing this engagement before suffi
cient time bas passed to determine
whether you ore trifling or**
l?ta^yr ?'pwigkway of speaking of it
"To tell the truth; Kit. T nm as much
coiicerned aa to whether thia ia ?be of
1 rants ?na AV?A rs HAD ?ST rsa STOP
atotfr asnas." -
your butterfly lightings or whether you
er? going to stop where you n e."
.*Wnat do you mean?' brlt?'..ng.
"I mean that it's co use for ibe pot to
\aat I have any ich reputa
"Not at all; my re? r itlou la all
A Uti XT wai
. oe turning the
L Finally she
Miss Winston seem ed
matter over In her n
h"I think this affn'i bad better atop
"Come, conte. ?w-?. theart." takingber
hand and putting an arm around her
waist "Suppose we stop fencing and
speak the truth. We are neltbcr of
us supposed by the world ;o be luv
ninepin te- In the mutter of heart hunt
ing. Doubtless the devil to tub? ?*nae
ls painful blacker than he wj. bat,
where there ts iib' much smoke there
must lw? some Hr.\ i have told yoe
[liar. I hue yon. that you ore the only
i\ri J have ever lovett and t timm lt.
Nevertheless slnc?> you have heard
thlsiRM to my discredit yon should be
ritftibed ngnln*t their being Drought up
uMl?s4<uj?4n /ut ii re. i condesa X WIT? J,
m-artl tbe same of yon."
"Certainly, all false from beginning
:??> sbd. Non-. In order to clear out th?
brumbies from the path before as so
'bat w? may walk on-weil, on rosee*
"*Tbar* muru nlcsr than your other
"Which one. for ImusnceT*
"The pot ci) I Hug tb? kettif black."
B* kissed ber and proceeded.
"In order to ricer nvrnysjtl* accurau
ntlon of falsehood on both ?Mes ?un
Jose wo confess all mir i/jcapndes from
d*rt ta anfsb ??
rTJuit'y a splendid Ide?."
. j5f^** sopfiOrie yr-u begin"
have nothing to confess."
"You hare snjfced my pinn
"Vou would nt hnvc proposed roch
? plan if yoiiBcouscicitc?* hud been
"Why ?l>n't Sn study law? Yon'd
?nuke a rar I'Ser lawyer than niue
teutlis nf the nfi) "
"Wo woiui'u fin't nerd io ?Indy litw.
Wp arc- horn Ali enough Inw In ?ur
bcadK to scrvoSir own purposes, nnd
we don t want by IIM<?^"
'Then you dflpinc ir.'.nect mt* half
way. coiiffHKitjEvoiii rast transgres
sions as well WI?"
. No: I'll cnn&s till, hut 1 wnrn you
ihnt my ?Inn Bp xn slight that they
are not worth fcnfcs<iii
"I roust lu- tl? judge of that"
"Oh. go on " I
"Well, to Isftn at Hu- beginning,
there was tho? Miss ritzhugb from
Virginia. Slit* w ns ciica?.?d to an
army ol'Uer frvfli?- Philippines. She
nndert?-"!; tn n&c mc believe that she
had made a iiiMnto-. which she didn't
Hlld out till shlj met MIC
"Tile horrid ?ln
"There w as Sin liing in that, waa
"OT course n<_ (Jo on *'
T^"TtoHu_fu!hi^g1 Mden...nilltf>i nhn
bflU driven n Kumiry lad to drywo
himself Yon Couldn't hove had me
hang mvself fdjhcr. would you?*
"I wouldn't Sud If you had driven
her to commit ?leide herself."
miara two. a widow got iwld of
me with the itentlon' nf mnrrylnc
mp. whether I Mild or n?t Nor bein?
In M marrying o od. I demurred. These
ure the only o en worth mentioning.
It only remain for you to give me a
'clean hill' ai proceed with your
nu n reo-ird.'*
? "I'm awfull glad to know that
there 1? ootliln in these reporta after
nil. nnd I IIRMIII von there is no more
In those about ie. So yen may feel
'perfectly sntlsf j."
"Just so, ?Mi? think I'd fe*1' 'Titer
If I hud a detnSp account nf each ?me
of thpm from ?ir own sweet Upa."
tie kissed tliS?foresnld lip* ?eve a!
times, which tSihtlcss hronght forth
the confession Bat followed:
"Ned Nisse!! Sie the Prst. He play
ed tennis with Sf. When we had play,
ed awhile we St down ou u bench.
There was no ?S else there and-well,
he did what h ?Rad no right to do-be
kissed inc." 8
"What did yaWlet him do that fori"
. riow could SKIP myself?" 1
"How ninny Snea dkl he kies .yon?**
?How manylMVby, several times." .
"A dozen?" ?
- I mipposeaoA
?No matter. S)ce you conldnt help
lt,- j Was thar SM there was to that af
were obliged ?sjp?wnyiors\^s^r?T^
"Wei?. ;:tm.'.jSiP^M eiitf?^.?.
deal." j i:
"Never mind my moro about ,Jdm. ,
?f?.nbb'it t?u? ?young lawyer?" "
rThere was ?hing In tbut tot<my
^Didn't you ree bins to go. aw*? ;,
for a postgradu e course?'*'
"I didn't do i y such''
-Hold ou. tl ew un lattasate friend
of his who told e the whet? etory."
"It seems tit you are making my
confession, not "
"Well, go .cn id make the rest ot lt
There's only pe mot e of any Impor
"If what 1 haw beard about his case
ls true lt waa nSery Important one."
"What did yoSbear?"
"Never mlndSbar. sweetheart.. He
got over lt In ?nie and ls engaged.
But ho came afir putting a blight on
rap' that wool hare stack by you
through llfV 1
There was a leran silence betwee? '
hem. daring w! ch sha snuggled closer S
Sometimes I link." she ea.d nt last, :
'that when wa * older we will realise '
tM dangers ti ugh which we have
meed In yout and wonder ,now we
:onld have ac I so. Tien yre'll J.5 .
r?ry careful as not do iso any more." 1
^i^^eyy tote aljl^S^gg-^ ;
"A splendid tl ?; we won't ba tempt
Mf filie mnn>>> ?
.*Or coarse w]?*un't We'll be wfap? 1
jed up In ead other and won't caro j
niough for sn] one else to wish te '
Int. I'm glad we have made these
mnfesatons. Y i see. Ifs an even '
hing between ?. You have baan aa .
?ad as V \
.1 thought yi i exonerated ma com
"Did ir J
This dialogua ook place betweri IO .
md ll o'clock t night. At 2 in the ;
norning Mr. Ulot, after a dosec
risse* in the di ?lng roonka doaeh lu
he ball and a. ?en at the'dcor, took; ,
its departure, e wondered then how <
ie bad been ab to tear hlmasjir away.
Cen jean late he wondered bow 1M !
bald bsve spei seven hours with ana
lill and what wy had baan talking
ibout. j '
"After ber coi tesion Mtte 'VTtfiStOh I
/eat to bed j ttHng that she had
brawn off the eckiessne<w of youth,
hat her elna i re forgiven anil th?*; (
ho would neve lo r.ny moro flirting. (
As for Mr. S|lot, bc fe?d known
auch niora of I fiancee's record than
he bad confei d. It didn't trouble
ilm a blt so lol as ho was not ose ot ?
he sufferers, or them he ; had no
yapsthy what -er. It ls a matter of
oppy record I lt these two ata?e?*
rare blessed- r more blessed tbnn
hay deserved, heir weeded life waa ?;
nippy, and thei karly loved each otb-1
* and their ^ !*en. '
All nf which mk* to prove tent those
rho safely pass:he .*.:.nger? of youth
say do well l:it# cn.
o O O o o O O O O O O O O O
o FROM HKrTT* ?
Septusj Sept. 2J.--It matter? not
what kind ut ? storm that conics in >
the ahupe of warn, strikes and panics.
the poor old Southern cotton larmer
never fails to get lightning struck. He
is always in the storm center, it
makes no difference from which direc
tion it comes. Nothing never happens
out of the ordinary to boost the price
of his- product, but nine times out of
ten the price of his hard labor goes
in the opposite direction.
For the past decade the army worm,
the boll worm, the boll wevil, the
caterpillar and the cotton gambler,
with the consent of our National gov
ernment, have been --struddle" of
the poor old fellow's neck and now in
the midst of a great crisis, when the
poor old goose that lays the golden
egg is dru winji the breath next to
the last one, everybody is rushing for.
ward in an effort to save the poor old
thing's life, and well they might be.
In this trying time we try to ne an
optimist, we try to see the bright sun
shine beyond the dark cloud, but one
thing sure, If the Southern cotton
nJirlST ^wyta maposr of thta .rrrjp'ut;
TTl?r'pTCsmit priue?. them are uUnar,da&!
and hundreds of them over this fair
Southland who have always been able
to meat their obligations that will
never he able to plant another crop.
With but a'little over a half crop
In thia section and ibu price cut in
halt, .ifho is lt. that can not sec tne
handwriting on the wall? We have
never 'aeon' a better opportunity for
a national democratic administration
to come to. the relief of the "Solid
South" In sore distress, and unless lt
mack our prediction, that you
will uiver again" cast a vote for the
old party, and never having ezpcctco
anything of the republicans, they viii
flock to the socialist. We have al
rendyheard them talk. "A friend in
need, U a.friend Indeed," and il tho
colton ? larmer evsr needed heir
the cc-operallon of air who are inter
ested In his welliare, u ls now. Ono
thing sure, if the u'*lp In which ho is
sailing goes down bc will not be the
only one to sink, and now, that the
elections are all over, let's quit guy
ing and goring tbe defeated, for re
member that we will vote again two
years from now.
Mr. and Mrs. Horace J. Crouch, or
Biko, S. C., are spending a few days
with the-parents of Mrs. Crouch, Mr.
?md Mrs. lt.. A- Breazeaie. Mi
Crouch is ? former Lebanon teacher,
and ho andi Ms good wife have many
i v1* here who are always glad to
A now baby girl haa arrived at the
homo of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Jones and
"Bob" appears as happy as If colton
was bringing twenty cents per pound.
Trie Ladies Huirai Improvement
Rociation Of Lebanon, together 'with
(ha patrons of the school met on Fri
day, the 18th, and cleaned off thc
school grounds nicely, and gave tho
school building a good. scalding,
pouring, scrubbing and scraping, but
cf course, as usual, there wer.o thoa*
who didn't como and a few bau to dei
tito worH. Tho Ladles.Rural Improver,
Association ls doing more for
building of th a community than
bing and cvory body else
thrown in a pilo, and we trust that
thc good men of the community will
not fail to give them all the help and |
Missen Nettie and Mattie Richard.
^^^Hto returned to Limestone and
with them went Miss Ruth Webb; this
being Miss Webb'a first session.
Mrs. C. E. Elgin and little daugh
ter, Nannie'., have returned to their
home at Saaras.) Ala., after spending
??Veral weeks with their mother and
grandmother, Mrs. Nannie F. Diick
ir. Fred Harris has eut?
ii JUnlvsrsUy, sud here's
iJ?isu'll. snake good. Fred,
.ve know you wffl?
ned to Anderson
The many friends of Liout. Com.
Louis C. richardson were mighty glad
to' see him on his recent visit to hts
parents. Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Richard
son. We are all proud of Louis and
iro proud cf his record, and'wherc
?ver he may cast his lot he osn rest
tsaured that he will have the love, es
?ceui and best wishes of the people of
lear etd Lebanon. k
- The recant elections remind us that
?We of tho rl;;'it men were left and
seme of the left men were right, and
low wc are content a ad satisfied.
y \ . . -:
. Plenty of new?, but we t.:ft out of
wiper cpd we can't bwy say until eol
Kit*s up. .- W. MSm
?Ul Ina 11 ? p I.! 'I I
THE BIG 4 DEALERS
in hsricp and Anica &? the
Mtller Union Stock Yardi
Will be at
Tbn Fretwell Co.'? Stable?
FriJay andi Satflfday
tiept. 2Mb and 8?tb, 1914
To bay all classes ?* sanies
aa j herse?, and pay the cash.
Something New To Eat
bas been on the market for thirty years and is today the
favorite Syrup among the Nations of the globe. T he dc?
licious flavor of PURE Maple makes it good Three Hun
dr ed and Sixty Five dava, out of the year. Pints 25 c,
Quarts 40c, Half gallons 75c, Gallons $1.35.
"Hecker's Self Rising"
goes good with Log Cabin Syrup-10-20-30 and 40 cents
MAKES THE MOST DELICIOUS BATTER CAKES.
15c OR TWO FOR 25 Cents.
Anderson Cash Grocery Co.
?^^Saved Mine Option
A WESTERN Mining Engineer, with
I |/ \ an option on a valuable mine was
f about to close the deal, when, at the; j
j last minute, the Western capitalists w?t??
v preW their support* With a few hours left !
I n Which to find the money, he got rvew
j fcTork on the Bell Long Distance feie- j
>hone, talked with a banking house and ' '
\ i mtlined the proposition, which they %
igreed to finance.
A personal interview by the Bell Ismg Distan?a T?l?phona '
ften doses a trade or saves a situation ?
When you telephone-smile irnElb.
? ?OlJTHERN BELL TELEPHONE ^J?kS
lg Opening Sale of
? ?? i -.m ,i j i ? j
Our buyers have just returned from 'ko Northern muikef s and
purchased the largest stopover received In Anderson by any
lant, and 'be ?>eftnty about our goods, they are frosh, stilish mut
?-dale, KO crnae wii? your mind made np lo expert great baigin*.
Ladles* Tallor-mudc Suits latest style, worth * 13^0? sato: ?0.08.
IjidlcK* 811k Presses, werta fumble, sale price .?LOS
Lu dies' Beautiful all Wool Tonlce Skirts, worth SSJOO, sale ?.07
eur beautiful Une of ladles' and Misses' Conta, alt latest Ktjles,
Id stuff. SCHOOL ?BESSES for the children ail ai sale prices.
HELLO MOTHERS!-We hate a beautiful line of Boya* Clotbfcm
far school and Sundny wear, air up-to-date and prices below any ?
' cc^j.zittzr. "c; ' ' r.r"-, -* *- ??? ."??".?- ??.*<?*, OK? ta tutsL fi
pi-f--? -.- ???? .-1-;-'.-:---'-;-"
M??VS CLOTH?NG MEN'S CLOTHING
We hn fe grandest I laee? Meu's Clothing in city, all new, fresb
-?tock, and latest styles. Agents for. Strongs rando clothing, atas?4
rio'bes, Franke! fit-well clothing, all stamford mcLc.
Sale Price--$6.98, 7.98,9.98, 11.98,12.98
SHOES! SHOES! SHOES!
We have a beautiful Uneef Men's, Ladles*, Misses* rind Children's
Mmes, lu fact Sh??* I** the whole family. In all leathers. *.nfli*>f
robers. ?ale prifes. Q?r.*.*t?K.9iMt- ft J?, Mfl ap to $8.48.
When lu weed of anything tn the sao?? Une, cesse to ear store,
as w> guarantee all our shoes to be solid leather.
Ali price*-$1.26, $1.45, $1.69, $1*73, $1.98,
$?,48, $2.98, $3.4S, $4,00
BeatciuV tte? celebrated RSr?? SHC'^i* for
men, also WEBE? OHOS, SHOES. Sc kool ?hoe? for the Chlore?.
Don't forget, give us A look when ont ila heo?fh fer geed Sh*es. Big
sale In beautiful pp-to.dnte Siks, Wool Oeods, Oin ghan s, Percales.
Iwrylh?ag new, all stylish merchandise.
Our iallllnett department ht anea fer your lasneetlen. You au
w* ll khfti? onr Millinery-?ll stylish, and pri?e? the lowest. See oar
fn*ftt*c ?lock of Tattle Damask, Pillow Cases, Art Squnrcs- Bugs
Trunks, Valises, nil at sate pricer