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WANTED EGf'S-Use Smith's Laving
Maali p.*'*rHi'ly and you will get ?he
eggs. During the winter sn egg
mash ls a necessity. Furman Smith,
Seedsman. Phone 40?.
0 WANTED at -23 West Ben
. Plain and fancy dresses, and
rena', clothes a speciality.
FOB BENT-Five room house on
Trlhhle street. See J. J. Brownlee,
ROWCE-Wa are now prepared to do
ysir grinding of all kinda of feed
.iqff-^-cotton stalks, corn stalks,
.janka, straw, grain, etc. Price sos
pef'-'aWL Strictly cash. Anderson
Madrees and Spring Bed Co.
WE'T^Cf?.. PEAS and pay the cash.
Wgjjlll Smlth-Seedinsn. Phone
W^jjbf ??BEXPECTLY detained down
jyW' fST luncheon, you cannot do
ww'.fban drop In here. A light
I) aeh OT a substantiel meal. Cnisino
9 ffl aefvlee O. K. and prices just ea
S lugStfl dill t0?^' 7116 Luncn"
2fS& |fr-W*gon and Buggy polee new
, sj|flf second hand. Paul E. Stephens.
?UM ,?f?V*^S-w? cfcrrT the largest
??Mt complete assortment In
jn ab>r)wep 'em moving. Fresh
fMitd* oranges, grape fruit, ap
ples, bananas, wholesale sad re
tail, J. K. ManoB. Phono 323.-dtf.
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Delinquent Boa? Tax Notice.
AlV ?Wlanquent road tax collectors
arw'&r#H4e4 wiq? an official receipt
fcook;ri??(t> numbes. and stub numbes
nHPv.hf no money to collectors
unleea yon get tba officiai receipt as
abovo provided or.
?? Comity Sapervl?or.
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SITUE A BALDWIN
Anderson, 8. C.
STATS CF SOUTH AROLINA,
County ot Anderson.
Mn. Jane Kelley
Petition for Homestead In the
Estate of Joe Kelley.
Notice ls hereby given that Mrs.
Jane Kelley has petitioned for a
hesnasUad .exemption ..la tho.person
al property ot the late Joe Kelley to
be set off to her for the benefit of her
sait abd children, as provided by the
law of South Carolina, and that on
'Mgna?ry 7tb, 1616, appraisers duly ap
pethted by. me will appraise and set
ftENgfe ' homestead oxempUco to her
?..0 "jAB^lf. TJSAItMAN.
ot. jDoun^y"- commlsaloners tor Axt?Sf
^up(y,wiU;babeld la tho Supor
lliirtUi holding demands
ujQyTarea-nted to the Board are
deck an ar bet dre tbs .first day of
January. 1?1P, so that they nay be
eJ^attaad *n& ordered paid at the an
J. 8. ACKER.
Clerk of tbe Board.
tHkt ?ad, 1014._
5 Office, Anderson South Caro
[me 26 cents, Tere? Times 60 cents,
? words prorate tor each additional
ba used tn a month made on appu
than 26 capta, cash In tdvanca,
phone directory yo? can telephone
be malled after lt? insertion for
lutins say on return to whom sold
ur from whom bought.
The township board of assessors are
required by law to Hst for all those
that fall to make their own returns
within the tune prescribed, hence the
difficulty of delinquents escaping the
60 per cent penalty, a? well as the
frequency ot errors resulting from this
practice by all means make your own
return aud thereby save expense and
touble. Ex-Confederate soldier? are
exempt from poll tax, all other males
between the ages of 21 and 60 years,
except those Incapable of earning a
support from being m stn ed or other
causes shall be deemed taxable poll.
AU trust?es must get up polls and dogs
and turn Into board of assesor on or
before the 20th of February.
For the convenience of taxpayers
we will have deputies to take returns
at the following places:
Hollands Btoro on Friday, January
Barnes on Saturday. Jan. 2nd, 1916.
Iva on Tuesday, Jan. 6tb, 1916.
Iva Cotton Mill on Wednesday a. m.,
Jan. 6th, 1916.
Starr on Wednesday, p. m., Jan. 6,
1916. 1-2 day.
Cromers store on Thursday, Jan. 7th,
Townville on Friday, Jan. 8 1916.
Autumn on Saturday, Jan. 0,1916.
Denver on Monday, a. m., Jan. ll,
1016, 1-2 day.
Sandy Springe on Monday p. m.
Jan. 11th. 1916, 1-2 a day.
Pendleton City, Tuesday, Jon. 12,
Pendleton Milt, Wednesday, p. m.
Jan. 18th, 1-2 day.
Bishop Branch on Thursday, Jan.
Five ForkB on Friday, Jan. 16, 1916.
Piercetown on Monday, Jan. 18,1916
Airy Springs on Tuesday, Jan. 19,
Blabtown on Wednesday, Jan. 20,
Cely Store on Thursday, Jan. 21st,
Wyatt Store on Friday, January 22,
Wlginhham Store on Saturday, Jan.
Piedmont on Monday, Jan. 25,1916.
Pulser Old Mill on Tuesday, Jan.
Pelter Nb. 4 Mill on. Wednesday, s
m.. Jan. 27, 1915. 1-2 day.
Fr oakville on Wednesday, P. M.
Jan. 27, 1815, 1-2 day.
Wllllaraston City on Thursday, Jan.
Wllllamston Mill on Friday, a. m.,
Jan. 29th, 1916.
Belton City on Tuesday, Feby. 2nd,
Belton Mill on Wednesday, Feby.
Ii. M. Martin Store on Thursday,
Feby. 4th. 1916.
Hones Path Mill on Friday, a. m.
Feby 6th. 1916. 1-2 day.
Henea Path City on Friday, p. m.,
Feby. 6th. 1916. 1-2 day.
Hones Path City on Saturday, A.
M.. Feby. 6th. 1916. 1-2 day.
All new school line? for new school
districts must be In the hand ot the
auditor on or before the lat of April
so they can be Usted in the prop*
places. If they fall to get In by tho
time lt won't be put on the booka
until the next year. Please see that
your property ts listed In the tight
school district. All tax levies tot
aohool districts must ba tn hand of
the auditor on or by the lat of June.
Auditor ot Anderson County.
Send the Deni by Parcel Past.
BOSTON. Dec. 28.-The parcel
poet waa called on today to convey
the ashes of Teljlro Hascgav a, ?
Japanese artist, Jp Tokio, Japan. The
package was accepted and starter', on
Ita way after $1.10 in stamps had
! She Mixed Sulphur wita !t to Hesters,
Color, nias?. Thttkness.
Common garden sase brewed into a
"C^vy tsa . wttw ?u.puur ZJSzil . siccfto?
added, will tum. gray, streaked and
faded hair beautifully dark and lux
uriant, remove every blt ot dandruff,
atop scalp itching abd falling hair.
Just a few appHcatlona will prove a
revelation lt your hair ta fading/, gray
or dry. scraggly and thin. Mixing tho
Sage Tea and Sulphur redpa at home,
though, ls troublesome. An easter way
is to get Ute ready-to-use tonic coat
ing about 60 cents a largo bottle at
dr jg stores, known aa Wyeth's Sago
and Sulphur Compound, thus avoiding
a lot ot muss.
WhUe, wispy, gray, faded hair ls not
ainf?, we ali desire to retain our
youthful appearance tad attractive
ness. By darkening ) our hair wita
Wyeth'a Sage and StJphur. no one
can tell, because lt does it so nat
urally, ao evenly You just dampen a
apongo or soil brush with li '?ad
draw this through your hair, taking
one small strand at ? by wean
ling all gray hairs batet disappeared,
and. after another eppttcA?on or two,
your hair becomes beeutHult* dark,
glossy, soft ?nd luxor!"
* ELECTRIC CIT
* Items of Interest and Person
* Wireless on the S
Would Make ('bange In
Office Hupt. Education.
State Superintendent of Education
J. E Swearlngcn has written s letter
to Senator J. EA Sherard in which he
suggests certain changes which he
would have made in the office of
County Superintendent of Education
J. n. Felton. The suggestions, If car
ried out, lt is said, would add greatly
to tho efficiency of the office. Thc let
ter received by Mr. Sherard will bc
reforred to the county delegation to
thc general assembly, when it meets
next Thursday at noon for the pur- '
pose of taking up the budget for 191.1
and hearing petitions with reference
to proposed legislation. The letter in
question ls as fallows: "In connection
with the educational situation In An
derson County, I am venturing to
urge you to strengthen the county su
perintendent's office by three Im
provements. First, a four-year term. ,
Second, making of this term begin ;
July 1st Instead of January 1st as at ?
present. Third, efficient helpers for
tlie superintendent In his work. Only
12 counties now retain the two-year
term. The county superintendent ;
elected In 1914 and entering upon this ,
two year term in 1915 has no oppor- ,
tunlty to do constructive service be- ,
foro be ls called upon to enter bis
second campaign In 1916. An Im
provement of this kind would greatly
help Anderson County schools. Chang
ing superintendents in January rath
er than July needs no explanation or
criticism when one is discussing the 1
situation with a former teacher. In
connection with the efficiency Of the
schools In Anderson County, I should 1
like to see the superintendent given, a
living salary, an office bookkeeper, a
woman supervisor of class-room
methods and a woman supervisor.
Those improvements would entail
some expense, but the two first sug
gestions would cost nothing. Looking
forward with pleasure to your stay in
Columbia and wishing you a prosper
ous New Year, I am."
At His Old Tricks.
Anderson people will be Interest
ed in the following account of the ex
ploits at checkers by Capt. F. B.
Fishburne who formerly ran between
Anderson and Greenville as conduc
tor on Gae gas-electric car of the'
Southern Ballway. The article ls sent
out from Waycross, Ga. Playing ten
games of checkers at the same time
without seeing any ot the checker
boards or keeping any written record
of the moves made, for bim on the
boards, ls the record made by F. D.
Fishburn, a Southern Railway pas- j
senger conductor, whose run is from
Columbia, 8. C.. to Jacksonville. Mr.
Fishuuru recently gave a demonstra
tion of his ability as a checker player
in Jesup. near Waycross, where he
played four boards at once In the
same manner he played ten not long
ago. He won the four games with
ease. Each board ls numbered, say
one, two, three and four, and each
square on the boards are also num
bered. One man represents Mr. Fish
burn at all boards, moving from table
to table aa Mr. Fishburn directs the
moves. First move being give* the
opponent at table I. Rr. Fishburn
says: "Move from 8 to 10 for me." At
table 2 directions are given, and so
on until a move ls made ai each table,
and Uten Ute stunt is repeated until
Gie gamea are brought to a conclusion.
Not once during the game does Mr.
Fishburn as much aa cast a glance at
tho boards, and he never makes any
notes on Gae progress of the game at
either table. He uses his head for
each table. Checker enthusiasts of
this entire secUon hsve becomo deeply
Interested lo Gie game as played by
Ute railroad expert, and efforts are be
ing made to arrange a ten-board game
during the next week at Jesup. It 1
this can ba done, the beat players from ,
Waycross and other surrounding
towns will hike to Jesup and see If i
they can not check the record ot Mr.
Fishburn. The outcome of this check- 1
er battle will be awaited with con
o ? '
Oldest Firm tn
Ctty fe Hoting.
The work of removing the stock ot j
gooda ot the C. A. Reed Plano and
Organ company from Ute old stand of
this firm on No?th Main street to the
new Sullivan Building on South Main
street bj now under way. Mr. Reed
baa been doing brjsloees tn Ute place
which ls being vacated for acme 40
years. He ogs been In business la ;
the etty cf Anderson for something
Uk? 59 years. MT, Reed states that
I hi; 1?*?n on nh? nf tb? t.ii'.?.??..?- w??!
not expire tor some, six months, and
that he will maintain an office there
for that length of tim? to accommo
date those wishing to make payments.
One of tho store rooms, as announced
some time ago, will be remodelled '
and used as a restaurant.
lt haa been announced that tho Arm
ot J W. Ashley a Co., of Hones Path,
dealers in general Merchandise, baa
retired from business. On account ot
his declining health. Joshua W. Ash
ley decided last fall to wind up the
affairs ot the firm and retire. The
stock or goods wah not. replenished
and what waa lett haa been removed
to Mr. Ashley's coromissiary. on his
farm near Honed Pa Gi. Tho veteran
legislator's heal tn does not neem to
improve, and realising that he can not
give hie. attention to his business he
has appointed bia son. Sheriff Joe M
H. Ashley, his attorney.' The nra* Sf
J. ?W. Ashley a Co. succeeded Joe at
IL Ashier ?hen the tatter waa elected
sheriff some three years ago.
Y SPARKLETS .
al Mention Caught Ore* tba *
treats of Anderson ?
Geln a Parole.
Hut one Andersen county prisoner
was among the 44 who carno In for
clemency at the bend of Governor
Moase Monday afternoon, this person
being Jeff I). Nix, convicted in Ander
son county in 1892, before the late
Judge James Aldrich, of assault and
battery and sentenced to pay a fine
of $100 or serve four months impris
onment. Nix recently returned to this
State and waa arrested in Greenville
county and from there brought hero,,
whero a sealed science was await
ing for him.
O - '
Two Small Cases
Is Police Court.
But two smell cases wore disposed
of yesterday in the recorder's court,
which was the scene Monday of a two
and one-half hours' steady grinding
of tho mills of justice. Andy Brock
man and Emma Bell Williams were
haled before the'court on charges of
lighting and sentenced to pay Anea ft
$5 each or serve 10 days each on the
public works of the city. A second
case, that of destroying the property
of another, waa docketed against Em
ma Bell Williams, and on this charge
Bhe waa fined $5 or 10 days Imprison
Numbers of Anderson people who
are either personally acquainted with
Sheriff Hendrix Rector of Greenville
or know of him were grieved yester
day to learn of the misfortune which
befell bim when he was thrown from
his automobile Sunday and seriously
Injured. A telephone message from
Greenville last night stated that no
Improvement had been noted in the
sheriff's condition and that the at
tending physicians held out little hope
for his recovery- Sheriff Factor sus
tained injuries about the head.
Mrs, W. 8. Ramsey
It was necessary for Mrs. W. S.
Ramsey Jo undergo an operation yes
terday morning at the Anderson Coun
ty hospital. Her. friends and the
?rienda of the family will be pleased
to learn that the operation was suc
cessful. Her condition last night was
reported as being satisfactory.
"Moves to City
County Superintendent of Educa
tion J. El. Fehpn Leaves
County Superintendent of Education
J. B. Felton has leased, his home In
the country and has .taken up his resi
dence in the city. Some 10 days ago
he took a house on Nardin avenue.
Na 1344, and he and bis family have
already moved in.
Mr. Felton stated yesterday that the
change will put bim in closer and
quicked touch with bia office. On ac
count of the bad roads and severe
weather.in the winter time he found
lt little short of a hardship to go back
and forth to bis home In the country,
and at times these conditions Inter
fered seriously with bl8 work. By
making his home In tao city he will
be able to give more of hla time to
the duties ot his office.
Mr. Fclton'iftarm, about a mlle be
low the city, oft South Main street,
has been leased for Ute present
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BERLIN, Bec 1?.-The German of
ficial statement given out in Berlin
today says tho German attacks in Po
land hsve made progress, and that
Russian advances bate been repuleed.
In the west the Germans claim gains
near Nlouport and Yprea; they de
feated the French not far from St
Menohonld; captured a trench west bf
Aprcmont, snd repulsed attacks else
where. The text of the communica
"sst ? ii tv wt-r.uM ii iii cu ca Cr* tuv wa*? wi
galntd some ground, after relative
ly u.iooertent engagement*. near
Nlruirtrt Abd tb tho eouth?sst of Yp
"Several strong icYench attacks to
the northwest ot Ste, Menehoojd
bare been repulsed with, heavy tosses
to tho enemy. We capturd two hun
"An advance la the burned forest
to the weet of Aprediont led to the
capture by us of one fortified French
trench and three machine guns.
French attacks t? the weet of Beaner
heirn have been replleed.
"No changes ka?? taken plsc? la tbs
situation in Kant Prussia.
"Poland: On the right bank of the
Vistula, on a branch of the Bsura wed
on the Rawka rivers, our attacks
have made progress. In the region
son th of Inowleda uren* Russian at
tacks have bean repulsed.'* .
ANOTHER ACCOUNT OF
THE FAIR PLAY RIOT
Slightly Different Version of Af
fair Given in Richland
Accounts of the recent race trouble 11
at Fair Play, in Oconec County, being 11
in order, a story from Richland to theil
Columbia State, which give a sonic- H
what different Herston of the affair, is 11
reprinted below. It is as follows:
Julius Marrett, the man who was I I
stabbed at Fair Play three weeks ago, I ll
ls rapidly improving now and IB re- M
ported to be practically out of dan
ger. It will be remembered that Mr. I
Marrett ls a merchant at Fair Play
and that a negro, Byrd, was wanted H
for some offense in Georgia. He waa
located near Fair Play. An officer fl
from Georgia came for bim, but fear
lng the negro would recognize bim and I
get away he Bent Mr. Ma. rctt with the
warrant. He entered tho negro's
house and while reading the warrant
the negro stabbed him with a butcher
knife, took his pistol away from him
and fled. The knife struck Mr. Mar
rett just below the heart and split "one fl
rib and punctured one lung. For H
some days there seemed to be little I
hope for his recovery. Some half doz- H
en doctors were summoned and final- I
ly the spilt rib wan taken out and he H
has been improving ever since. Tho I
negro was captured near Tallulah H
Falls and is now in jail in Georgia H
Ten days ago a negro named H
Sprlght waa found making preparation fl
to burn a home about seven miles I
southeast of Fair Play (Oconee), in I
Anderson County, and on Sunday I
morning, December 13, Woodrow I
Campbell and John McDonald came to fl
Fair Play with the negro Tom Sprlght I
tied in an automobile and two other I
negroes wlt'^them. Magistrate Mc- fl
Clure of Fair Pl?y Joined them. They I
made for Gie Georgia side to have the I
other two negroes whip Tom Sprlght. I
Near Knox'* bridge they .met two sons H
of Green Gibson, a negro, and some I
words passed not satisfactory to the H
posse, so they seized one ot the boya I
and tied him.and put him in the auto- H
mobile and crossed the river, entering I
a vacant house near Gie public road H
and bogan whipping Sprlght and the fl
Glbscn negro. The other son of I
Green Gibson ran. home for his father. I
Th'.y came to Ute whipping with their H
shotguns and at once shots were eje- I
changed in rapid succession. 'Just at H
this point Paul Marrett was passing I
along the public road on his way to I
Georgia. Some one hailed him. Ile I
was in a top. buggy, with curtains up. fl
He stuck his head around the curtain I
to see what was going on Ji'st in time I
to receive several slaps on hand and I
(ace. He happened to be armed and I
Jumped from his buggy and began ll
tiring with his pistol. After tho dring ?I
ceased one Gibson boy was found in ll
a dying condition and died in a ?hort 11
time, Sprlght was badly beaten with I
buggy traces, but was found and car-[I
ried to Hartwell Jail and is there now. fl
Campbell, McDonald and Magistrate ll
McClure all received varying amounts 11
of small shot. Green Gibson and hist
other son took cover under the urldge
during Ute skirmish snd retreated in ll
good order. Green Gibson, the old
negro, ran to his landlord. Allen Mar
rett, near Fair Play, and asked for
advice and protection. Marrett ad
vised him to take to the heavy tim?
bored laid? northeast of Fair Play ll
and stay there until things cooled ll
down. He made for the woods and 11
got safe', y through the first forest, ll
but had to cross the public road toll
get Into the dense forest As he cross
od tho road one of Ute pursuing party ll
saw him at a distance and put a rifle ll
ball through bim and he fell In tho!
road .and lay thoic for some 24 hours. I
A number of shots were fired Into his
body. Later another negro, whoso ll
name ts not known, made some threats il
and the posse made for bim, but .hell
reached his mulo and by Rood stratogy j
and all haste got a hslf hour start of
the pursuers, and he has . not been ll
heard of since. It la thought he made ll
good his escape.
Since Ute above article was written ll
Tom Splghts baa died In the HS^M*
Jail of injuries sustained * nen he was
LIQUOR FOB MAYOaf"
' SEIZKD ?tF SHK&irF
Three Kegs Far ?inlelpel Head of
Spartanburg Are Taken In
SPARTANBURG. Dec. 29.-Sheriff
White of Spartanburg County yester
day seised three kegs ot corn liquor
belonging to John F. Floyd, mayor of
Spartanburg city. The liquor was
j USs* in charge by the marin at tb-*
Southern railway's freight office, oar
a warrant Issued by Magistrate Gantt
1 *t waa stated here this afternoon that
Mayor Floyd will make a fight ip the,
local courta to regain bia goodr by
hartog claim add delivery napers
served on the sheriff tomorrow morn
ing. ' .'. &
This aelsure ls a > fc.*?quel of the
threat on the part of the aherfff's o?
fice to seise a barrel containing 47
gallons ot liquor shipped to Uta mayer
a month ago. Ia that case the mayor
allowee Uta liquor to be returned to
Ute house from which it had hean
purchased, on Ute ground that to re
ceive a shipment of Gist votasse for
distribution among several tndlfldnafe
might bette violation ot Ute lear. Tie
kegs taken today are supposed to cos?,
tain aome of Ute liquor from original
barrel, bet In this instance tt ia mP
darstood Mayor floyd holds that It fe
all for hts personal use and that b<s ia
not violating Ute law. The liquor ar
rived In Spartanburg Saturday and
has been um? it the eye ot au officer
j ?rer ?Uwe,
Now and Ti
Mr. Merchant: Tho earthquak
best sdvcrtlsed calamity that cvei
date. Can you even name the ye
You remember year before laa
almost Ailed for days with accoi
ship Titanic. Can you name tb?
Do you know Cobb? Do you
R. ? Do you know G. M. Anden
vJnclc Joe Cannon?
Because they aro advertised C
Ita little the people know, and
iness, unless you keep them REN
ARE GIVEN RULES!
Special Committee Gives Definite
R tries to Be Ob
CHICAGO, Dec. 28.-An amateur
athletic should pay no attention to
applause from the grandstand, accord
ing to a codo of ethical rules laid
down here today by a special commit
tee of athletic - research committee.
The rules say:
"Contestants will not attempt to
play to the grandstands for publicity
and applause. Applause from thc
spectators will be taken for granted
and not acknowledged."
Further ideals of conduct laid down
"Opponents will be treated as
friends and honored guests even if
they do not reciprocate. No unfair
advantage ever will be taken of them.
Good playa will be suitably acknow'
"Officials will be considered as im
partial and competent arbiters. De
cision? will be accepted without dis
pute, even when they apparently are
unfair. Advantage will not be taken
of lax rule enforcement. Ill feeling of
any kind will not be publicly mani
fested even when an official is palpa
bly Incompetent or dishonest.
Athletic i ?lie; will ba considered aa
mutual agreements between contest
ants for the purpose of providing a
basis of honorable competition be
tween gentlemen. The letter or spirit
of the rules will ?io more be ignored
or evaded than will a gentleman's
word of honor.
"Every honest and earnest effort
will be made to win a contest, but a
dishonorable victory will not be ac
"An amateur always will be loyal to
his teammates In every conceivable
endeavor end will do his utmost to
prove ? worthy representative of this
Institution or club."
Conrernlng amateurism the code
"A true amateur athlete will never
Intentionally make any misrepresen
tation regarding his ability, or inten
tions, nor will be continue competing
as such after be bas ceased to be in
sympathy with tho spirit of amateur
William Bal!, of New York city, was
chairman ot the committee of ethics
which drafted the code. *
On December 2 5,1914, at the home
ot the brides father. Mr. Leard New
ton, of Central, PJ. F. D" by Rev. W.
L. Hoggs, an uncle of the bride, a
bear'lful home wedding was aolem
ni?ed by the marriage of Mr. Robert
C. Scawright to Mises Wilma Newtotn.
The following relatives were present:
Maars. M. A. Bogga, uncle of the bride,
J. C. Boggs, Dewitt Boggs, J. S. Mar
tin, Clyde Seawright, dayton Cren
shaw. and Clifton Martin. Mr. and
Mrs. W. M. Cr?ns?aw. The wedding
march by Miss Letta Wilson.
Immediately after the ceremony the
bridal party left on the evening train.
They will he at home at Pendleton, a
C., after January 1, 1915.
The Missionary Society.of St. John's
church ?viii meet OT* Wednesday after
noon st 3:30 o'clock with Mrs. o. M.
'rhe annual election of officers will
be held. It ia AS important meeting
and the members are urged to attend.
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Ever at "Em
;e at San Frunclsco was the very
. occurred. Can you recall tho
ar In which it happened?
t that the daily newspapers were
mts of thc sinking of the great
know Wagner? Do you know T.
>on and Costello? Do you know
[ less they care about YOUR bus
SASSEEN, THE AD. MAN.
I HEAD STUFFED FROM i;
J CATARRH OR A COLD |
% Says Cream Applied in Nostrils JJ
A Opens Air Passages Right Up. ? .
Instant relief-no. walting. Your
clogged nostrils open right up; the air
passages of your head clear and you
can breathe freely. No more hawking,
snuffing, blowing, headache, dryness.
No struggling for breath at night;
your cold or catarrh disappears.
Get a small bottle of Ely's Cream
Balm from your druggist now. Apply
a little of this fragrant, antiseptic,
healing cream In your nostrllB. It pen
etrates through every air passage of
the head, soothes the inflamed or
swollen mucous membrane and relief
I It's just fine. Don't stay Btuffcd
, up with a cold or nasty catarrh.
WITH CITY POOR
Pays Visit to Municipal Lodging
House in New
(By Associated Press.)
NEW YORK, Dec. 28.-Colonel
Theodore Roosevelt visited tho Mu
nicipal Lodging House tonight. About
2f)0 men were in iine waiting to get
supper tickets when be arrived in a
big automobile. He shook hands with
many, addressing some by name,
homeless at supper.
When he entered the dining -oom,
where he took a seat, Colonel Roose
velt found 200 more of the city's
"Gee, lt's pretty hard times when
a former president has to come here
for somcUing tlo eat," one of the
Colonel Roosevelt joined In the
laugh, and smacking his Ups over a
bowl of pea toup, exclaimed: "That's \
The former president spent moro
than an hour inspecting the lodging
Use m little extra money to
good advantage just now?
Haven't you something to sell?
Do yon own something you nc
longer use, but winch if offered
** n bargain frise would ap
peal at once to some one who
does need a?
? An ?NTEiXJOENCER Ws&S j
Ad will turn tie trick.