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*'I want to tell you wha
ceivcd from the use of The
Mri. Sylvania Woods, of Cli
"It certainly has no eq
liver and stomach troubles,
saved my little girl's life,
they went in on her, but
Black-Draught made them bi
more trouble. 1 shall never
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In my home." For constipati
' ness, malaria, chills and fev
S ailments, Thedford's Black-D
fi reliable, gentle and valuable
? M you suffer from any o
Draught It is a medicine <
I years of splendid success
jg yoting and old. For sale ev<
Twenty-five words or lett, One T
Six Times $1.00.
All advertisement ovar twenty-flv
word. Bates on 1.000 words to
- No advertisement taken for lesa
Xl your name' appears In the tels
your want ed to 821 and a btu will
HOTIvE-We are now prepared to do j
your grinding of al? kinds of teed
ato ff-cotton stalks, corn c talks, j
Shucks, straw, grain, etc. Price 20c
wr cwt Strictly casb. Anderson
Mattress and Spring Bsd Co.
(TED-Still more sales ladies for j
?dar, Wednesday and Thursday.
Brien ce unnecessary, will pay a
price for ladles with ability,
tpplv at office. 'J. 8. Minor. 6, 10
and 26c Store, 220 .iouth Main St.
WHEN VKFTjtTECTlT detained down I
town 'Cor luncheon, yen cannot do
botte- than ?rep in here. A light
?each or r> eub?t^nii&i mt-ai. Cuisine
and service O. K. and prices lust ss
attractive aa our food. Tho Lunch
P?IE8-Wagon and Buggy poles new
ind second hand. Paul-SJ. Stephens.
FINE FRUITS-We carry the largest
and moat complete assortment in
the city-keep *em moving. Fresh
Florida oranges, grape fruit ap
ples, bananas, wholesale and re
tail. J. K. Manoa. Phone 822.-dtf.
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LOST-On 3:80 car from Belton,
Wednesday, a gentemajrs bill toidi
puree, containing $7.35 ($6 bill, $2 \
bill, a quarter and two nickels and
valuable receipts to C. P. Miller.
Union, 8. C. Finder return to
461 Crayton Street and receive re
FOB BENT-My hoUse on West
FraficUn street. Seo J. J. Trow
bridge or Chas. W. Webb.
The Day io Congress!
WASHINGTON. Dec. 23.-SENATE
-Inda 'committee closed . public
henrieta on water ?>ower site leeaing
lalor Nowlands rooke on his plan
ordinate river and harbor im
scents into a broad national plan
sumed at 1:10 p. vu. to noon
wUSK-ColCircdo officiels urged
lands con^llt^ to create a Rocky
.IHK? at 12:50 p. m. until noon
t wonderful benefit I have re- J
dfcrd's Black-Draught," writes 1
fton Mills, Ky.
ual for la grippe, bad colds, i
I firmly believe Black-Draught J
When she had the measles, '
one good dose of Thedford's 1
reak out, and she has had no 1
FORD'S . ."??
on, indigestion, headache, dizzi- J
er, biliousness, and all similar ,
Taught has proved itself a safe, A
f these complaints, try Black- #
rf known merit Seventy-five J
proves its value. Oood for ?
srywhere. Price 25 cents.
fj 63] _P
imo 25 cents, Three Times 50 con-".
e words prorata for each addition*:!
be used in a month made on appU
than 26 cents, cash l'a _dvan.ee.
phone directory you can telephone
be mailed after its insertion for
. DB. FOKEST P. BUGGS
Offices ?i?*15 Weekley Bldg. .
Associated With .
Dr. w. W. Cbisobn .
reviro S??H- Anderson, S. C- *
* SAYRE * BALDWIN
* Bleckley Bldg. Anderson, 8. G. *
* athens National Bank Bldg. .
* Bailesa, N. C *
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BOBERS, TANKS. STACKS,
ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY
AND SUPPLIES, REPAIRS
PIPE, GALVANIZED ROOFING
LOMBARD IRON WORKS
Farinera and Merchants Bank
and Farmers Loan and Trust
The directors of the Farmers and
Merchants bank and of the Farmers
Loan and Trust Company have de
clared the usual semi-annual divi
dends, paydble January 1.
The Farmers sud Merchants Bank
will pay a dividend of S per cent,
while the Farmers Loan and Trust
Company will pay a dividend of 4 per
cont, Dividends of tluse institutions
are payable January 1 and July 1.
Mr. J. R. Vandiver ts president of
the Farmers and Merchants Bank and
Mr. George W. Evans ls vice president
ot the Farmers Loan and Trust Com
pany. As yet a president of the latter
named Institution has not been elect
ed to succeed the lste Nim li. Sullivan.
These are among the most prosper
ous bunking institutions in the State,
and their sound condition is due In
large part to the very .able business
mea who _hare charge of them.
Probable Course of
This map shows tho location of the
owns and cities on the east coast of
England which were bombarded by
Herman cruisers, and the probable
.ourse of the cruisers to tho attack
lcross the North Sea. Scarborough,
Hartlepool. West Hartlepool, and
A'hliby were among those into which
* ELECTRIC CIT
* Items of Interest and Person i
* Wireless on the Si
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? ??[aft of Boge*
A colored citizen by tho name of
.awrence Walker was arrested ye?.
crday by Deputy James Willlama on
Larges of issuing boguo gji?&iiaa and I
Dcked in thc county, Jail, where be
rill remain until given hearing in the
oort of Magistrate Broadwell. The
:lving of bogus checks has gotten to
ie quite a common offense, says tho
uagistratc, as he now has several
mildred stored away in a. big bill
old which he keeps for the purpose:
Ie han bogus checks in his possession
ausging In size all the way from $100
own to $1. "1 am going to get a good
tart some of these days," said Magls
rate Broadwell yesterday, " and have
i general cleaning up of this mal
Luthorited to Bay
28,000 Bales Cotton.
Mr. Robert Llgon, g?n?ral manager
if the Gluck and Equinox cotton mills,
as been authorised by Wellington
,nd Sears, ot Boston, selling agenta
ind principal stockholders on these
wo mills, to purchase 88.000 balea of
ott on at the present prices. Of Ulla
mount 80.000 will be purchased for
ho Equinox mills and the balance for
he Gluek milla. This number of bales
rt il constitute a two year's supply.
ir. Llgon states that the storage ac
omoda tiona of the mills are limited
ut he baa gained the permission of
he Insurance companes to atore 1,000
ales in the basement of the Gluck
lilla Other storage arrangements
rill be made to take care of tba larg
eaterday at noon over 3,000 child
en were dismissed from tho city
cbools for the Christmas holidays,
ilad to be fr^a from the labors of tho
lesa room tor aueh a long period, the
oungstors gaye vent to their feelings
i shouts and yella that were audible
Dr blocks about each Behool housu
nd arong the streets through which
say passed en route homo The
chools alli resumo work Monday,
anuary 4, 1915. Teacher* in the city
chools who Uro away from here left
esterday afternoon for their respect
The regular/hon thly meeting of the
oard of directors of the Citizens
'attona! Bask was held yesterday ai ?
ooh. Only matters of a routine na
uru were before the board. Between
ow and the last of January annual
testings of stockholders and dlree
?ra of banks and cotton mills and
ther corporations will be In order.
In the abaenoa of case?, on the po
lee docket, there waa no session of
He recorder's court yesterday. .And
?Oghag from the appearance * f th?
ocher, at a late hour yesterday af
jrnoon. there will be nothing tor Re
order Russell to give his attention
? today. Up until a late hour In the
fteraaoav not a singlo arrest ked bean
tads by the city police, li the record
i kept up though today: this will
rove one ot the most orderly Chinit
iases Anderson has ever known.
German Ships That Bom!
, CHM ST/i
shells were thrown by the uerman
It was bc*, 'sm a by the naval ?ex
perts thr.t 'hi, c! alsers left thc vicinity
of thc i<iel Ki .ml or Heligoland and
! .ade their way up the coast of Den
mark to a point on tlic coast of Nor
way northwest from Christiania and
that then they shot southwest across
Y SPARKLETS *
_ v *
il Mention Caught Over the *
tree ts of Anderson *
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Practica'.!/ every train coming into
An^.c.son yesterday brought in its
<4GOta of college folk, comiug boluc to
spend the holidays with pa rep ta or
other relatives. Perhaps every college
in tho State, or at any rato a large
majority of them, were represented
by tho students arriving during the
day. Representatives of institutions
out of the State were also numerous.
Numbers of those coming in were An
derson young men and young women
who are teaching schools away from
: home. Today will see others coming in
but not so many of-these will bc col
lege folk. They will be members of
Anderson families- living elsewhere
who are coming to spend Christmas
with loved ones.
Cats Up Seven
Thomas H. Gore, special agent ot
the United States revenue department,
yesterday destroyed seven copper
stills at the county Jail which Sheriff 11
Ashley and his deputies had collected
duriug the past several months. The
stills destroyed, yesterday were those
captured from George, Ernest and
Will Willlford. negroes, who are
charged with operating several miles 11
north or the city? (rom George WiUl
ford. who is charged with, operating
again west of the city, from a place <
on the river; from down near Craft's i
old ferry on Mr. Manning's place; \
from a farm- west of the city where
two men are charged with having
operated, and two stills which were
captured down on Savannah River
The agent spoke highly of the work
done by Sheriff Ashley in suppressing
the illicit distilling of whiskey in this
county and ' stated that Mr. Ashley
should receive the -anal compensa
iron of $10 for every still destroyed
and $50 for every conviction for vio
lation ot the law against the mann
facturo of whiskey. The agent inti
mated that he might be sent back
here with a deputy auurslC.lt for the
purpose of making cases against par
ties who-ire thought to have operated
New Mall Car
The new steel mall car ordered some
time ago for the Blue Ridge Rail
road has put in its appearance and
was formally put into commission
yesterday. The new engine ordered
for this road has been in corr.
?.vera! weeks. A steel coach and a
steel baggage ?nd saasenger coach
are yet to come, superintendent John
R. Andersua of the Blue Ridge Rail
road is expecting the balance of the
equipment by the first ot January.
gars Seester (Sere
Is CiiJnf Were.
.Thomas H. Ocre, a special agent of
the United States revenus department,
who came to Anderson yesterday on
official business, ls authority for the
st-Lenient that United States Senator
and Mrs. Gore ot Oklahoma are going
to visit Anderson .'county in th? near
future. Mrs. Gore, is is stated, has an
only uncle, a Mr. Day, who is said to
be living in this enanty, and it is for
the purpose ot visiting this relative
that they are coaifng hew. The fifi*
nne agent who was here yesterday
stated that be dined with Senator
larded British Towns.
the North Sea to Scarborough. The j
report that they made their way di
rectly from Kjol to Scarborough which I
would, of course, have taken less time 1
than the trip north, ls discredited be
cause this port of the sea is believed I
not only to be patrolled by British
gunboats but to be covered with I
Bore in Washington Thanksgiving,
and that he beard Senator Gore tell
Congressman Johnson of Spartanbnrg
if his intended visit to Anderson. Sen?
?tor Gore bas been engaged to appear
m the chautauqua platform in 22
States and deliver his well known tem
perance address, and it is while mak
ing this tour that he contemplates
visiting Anderdon. The grandfather of
the revenue agent who was bere yes
terday and the grandfather of the
United States Senator were brothers.
Senator Gore's wife was Miss NinnS
Day. whom he met in West Texas.
Is Coming Here.
Sheriff Std Johnson of Hart count
lieorgia, is expected ao arrive in At
lei ?un luCzy 'or th? nurpose of ta]
>ng back to Georgia a white mar.
tho nano of Will Keys, who ls want?
sn charges of hsving eloped with
jtep mother-in-law. The man Kcy:|
was arrested in thia city Tuesd?
night by a policeman. Keys was tak?
to the county .'ail. where he will
held until the arrival of the Georg
sheriff. It seems that the chargf
against Keys are tte result of a fa
Hy fued. Sheriff Johnson waa exi
sd to arrive either hist night or
jay. but as he had not communicator
with any of the city or county office
up until a tate hour last night, it
presumed that he did not arrive.
t'hrh Dna* Weather
Is a Beal Pussle.
.Even the weather prophets are pi
sled as to what mainer of weat
Anderson is going to have for Chrl
mas. The rain and sleet of Tuc
broke Off about nightfall, but lt
nained cloudy throughout the hif
Yesterday the day dawned nartial
slear, but later clouds gathered
for a while lt looked very much
hough snow would come. The day
lot altogether a comfortable one,
inc expressed lt, tho cold was "an?
lng." It got hold of a fellow and
:?im shivering ere he> realised that
really waa cold.- Everyone ls tropel
:hat tho weather on Christmas day.
least, will be clear, crisp and bract
In fact,'?prophets have ventured
predict that such weather will
but "Uten there la many a slip 't\
mp and Hp."
We are specially equi?]:
ped to give you the5 bea}
and quickest service hjj
repairs. "< mm
BROKEN LENSES 1
ire duplicated in oi
own shops within a few; I
hours' time. 1
Ml work supervised aiK
Rew^tod Optometrist. 'Hp
Ofiee 112 W. VWtoer JkM\
Groans Floor., H
Tes?* heno Connection* Ul
Tho very best present that yl
little DEPOSIT in this bank, whlT
Savings accounts; and 5 per eel
cutes. A Christmas present of
your children how to save mone|
way you wish it to grow.
J. D. Brown, Pres. J.
W. E. W*
Delinquent Load Tax Notice,
AU dinlenrfuent road tax collectors
are provided with an official receipt
book with numbcB, and stub numbes j
attached. Pay no money to collectors
unless you get the official receipt as j
above provided or.
J. MACK KINO,
Auditors Othce, Anderson South Caro
returns ot personal property for taxa
tion, for iba fi??c?i? ?ear from tho first
day of January. 1015, to the 20th of
February following inclusive.
AD personal property must bo
Itemized. Real estate not returned,
thia year but all transfers of reat
estate made since last returns should
be noted upon tho return blank whpn
listing say on return to whom sold
br from whom bought.
The township, board of assessors are
required by law to list for all those
that fall to make their own returns
.eithin tho time prescribed, hence tho
difficulty of delinquents escaping the
50 per cent penalty, aa well aa the
frequency of errors resulting from this
practice by all means make your own
return and thereby save expense ?nil
touble. Ex-Confederate soldier's are
exempt from poll tax, all other males
between the ages ot 24 and 00 ye/.rs,
except those incapablo of earn/ag a
support from being main ed or other
causes shall bo deemed taxable poli.
All trustees must get up polls and dogs
and turn into board of anse tor on or
before the 20th of February.
For tue convenience of taxpayers
we will haro deputies to take returns
at the following places:
Hollands Store ob Friday, January
Barnes on Saturday, Jan. 2nd. 1916.
Iya en Tuesday, Jan. 6th. 1915.
iva Cotton Mill on Wednesday a. ta*
Ian. Otb, 1015.
Starr on We?ncsd>?, 9. m., Jan. 6,
1015. 1-2 day.
Cromer? store on Thursday, Jan. 7th,
Townvill* en Friday, Jan. 8 1915.
Autumn ou Saturday, Jan. 9,1915.
Denver on Monday, a. aa.. Jan. ll,!
1016, 1-2 day.
Sandr Springs on Mondar p. m.,
Jan. li th, 1915* 1-2 a day.
P^oaleton C?ty, Tuesday, Jan. 18,
Pendleton. MiW. Wednesdv>y, pi m.
}aa. 13th, 1-2 day.
. s>??u?? Branch ?n Thursday, ?asu.
Five Forks on Friday. Jan. 16. 1915.
Piercetown cn Monday. Jon. 39,1915
^Airy Springs ob Tuesday, Jan. 19,
?labtowh on .W?dne*d< tv Jan. 20,
Cely Store on Tf ?>uraday, Jan. Sist,
W?ginghans Store on saturday. Jan,
F?edmont on Monday, Jan. ts, 1915,.
?c?*?er OH^Klli on Tucafley, Ja J.
Peiier No, * Mill on Wednesday, s
Taur *?, 1015, 1-?
LDC EN A
the time for you to
lou can give your children is a
]ch pays 4 per cent interest on
pt on six months time certili
a bank book will help teach
Bend the twig now in tho
Honea Path City on Friday, p. m.,
|Feby. 6th, 1915. X-t day.
Honea Path City on Saturday, A.
I M., Fcby. 6th, 1915. 1-2 day.
AU new school lines for new school
districts must be In tho hand of the
auditor on or before the 1st of April
so they can be listed in the proper
places. If they fail to get in hy that
time it won't be-put on the books
until the next year. -Please see that
your property is listed in tho right
school district. All tax levies lor
school districts must bo. in hand of
the auditor on or by the lat of June.
. \ WINSTON SMITH,
Auditor of Anderson County.
? NOTICE TO CREDITORS
H AU persons having claims against
Bsha: 'iiittafa jra? iD.. H. ??'WJAtrtrotrnnssirfo
?lite, hereby notified to present them
properly provan to tho undersigned*
?edthln the time prescribed by law,
and. those Indebted to make settle
ment; . . . '. . '?'}
? J MRS BUZA WEBB.
? . 'y. .'' it??lI?E: . :
tit the Annual Meeting of the Board
of County Commissioners.
Tho nnmisl netting of the Beard
of County commissioners for Ander
son County will bo hold lo the Super
visor's office on the first Thursday
after the first Monday in Janvary,
1915. AU persons holding demands
of any kind agalnrt. the County not'
previously presented to the Board are
required to file the some with the
Clerk on or before the firct day of
January, 1915, so that they may be
examined and ordered paid at the an
nual ; meeting.
J. S. ACKER,
derk of tho Board.
Dec 2nd, 1914.
CHECKS CBflt'P i?STANTLY
Vbu know crop' is dsn ga." ?un. And
you should also, know the senne ot
Boeurity that corni s from always hav
ing Foley's Honey aisd Ts*. Compound
Ul the house, lt cuts the thick mucus
and clears away thc phlegm, stops
the strangling cough and gives o?sy
breathing and quiet sleep. Take ?it
fir cough?, colds, tickling throat,
hoarseness and for bronchial and la
grippe %onghs. Ct??A?? on opiates.
Every user is a frisad.
NOTICE TO ?REBITORH
All persons pavlhg claims against
the erst?te of Tolliver and Nancy M.
Belt, deceased, are hereby notified to
present them properly proven to the
undersigned within the time prescrib
ed by law, an;;