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PUT SULPHUR ON
AN ITCHING SKIN
AND END ECZEMA
8ayB this old-time Eczema rem
edy is applied Ilka
Any irritation or breaking out on toe
face, arru?, legs or body when accom
panied by itching, or when the skin is
dry and feverish, can bo readily over
come by aprlying a little bold-sulphur,
says a note dermatologist.
iib states that bold-sulphur instantly
allays the angry itching and irritation
and soothes and heals the Eczema rigjit
up leaving the akin .clear, and smooth.
Hold-sulphur has occupied a secure posi
tion for many years in the treatment
of cutaneous disorders because of its
tisrasite-destroying property. Nothing
has ever been found to take its place
In treating the .irritable- and- mil am
ma to ry skin affections. While not al
ways CBtablUhing a 'permanent cure: it
never fails to subdue the itching irri
tation and drive the Ecrema away and
H is ol ten years later before any erup
tion again appears on tho skin.
Those troubled should obtain at say
drug store an ounce of bold-sulphur,
which is applied to the affected parts in
tho same manner as an ordinary cold
o COTTON \S HT I LL KISO.
e. - o
o By -Elliott Bonn, Atlanta, dla. o
(Written for the Carriage and Wagon
Builder und American Vehicle.)
Editors Note.-Elliott Dunn is
true son or the "Sunny South," and
as warm and congenial as "The Land
of Cotton." Nono who attended the
Atlanta convention in 1906 will, ever
forget the warm hospitality of . the
Southland, headed by Mr. Dunn, and
we know all our readers will bo glad
to read his Christmas message.
Of thc opening of the cotton boll,
The beauty of which can not bo told,
Hidden beneath the foliage green,
The cotton boll as yet unseen.
When suddenly from the summer's)
The boll bursts forth and with delight |
We hall with all our might,
For more than 100 years King Cot
ton has ruled tho business Interest of I
this fair Southland. All nations have |
paid him "homage, foreign go\ c. ju
ments have" laid siege at this Shrine.
Emissaries have tried to encourage I
him In foreign Acids; but today as ho |
hps remained for so many years, fe?
stands preeminent and supreme, upon
a high, lofty, plain, as tho king of tho ?
In this, the year 1914, our k.'ng of j
products stands with his head bow
ed down. Ho has whitened our fields I
aa though they were covered with j
snow; hts subjects were happy in an
ticipation of tho bounties lt would!
bring; nnd ss we roached forth to
grasp tho fruits of our reward, lo. j
the cry: "Tho dogs of war are loose"
-the forts of. Confidence have been j
destroyed, and all nations have gath
ered behind the fort of Curtailment, I
and there await the rebuilding of thc j
fort of Confidence.
The nattons of the world are cry
ing out; "We need you, and oro suf- j
foring for you, but dare not risk our
selves from behind this fort."
America IS rallying around our
king; foreign ships 'of commerce are
coming to his rescuo; tho armies of
"buy'S bale, at 10 cents per pound."
have combined with tho army of $150,
. 000,000 cotton pool, and together they
are marching to his assistance, whllo
the srmy of despair ls falling back.
Tho batu? will soon ^we twon: and
our; king's future position bo made
Long lv*e "King Cotton!"
FOOD SOURING IN
"Papa's Diapapsm" end? all
sch distress in Sve
Wonder what upset your stomach
-which wrtlon of the food did the
damage-do you? Well, don't bother
XS yon? stCu?s?i?i ' ls lu a rsvo?t,
sour, gassy and upset, and what
last atc has fermented into stabber
tantpi; head dizzy and aches: kelci
gasea end acids add eructate undi
jested food: breath foul, rengue coat
ed-lust take a little Pepe's Diaper
sin and in fivo minutes you woad!
what became of tho Indigestion
Millions of men and women
know that it ts needless to have a
stomach. A little DU pepsin occasion
ally keeps this delicate organ r?gul?t
od and they est their favorite *
without fear. ->->
It your stomach doesn't take care
your liberal limit without rebellion',
it your food le a damage instead ot
kel?, remember Hie ^jolclosat,- ~
^ _1?_tl_? 1- <?;*..U T
ItlOo^ OVllulvim ??TITO? ?c * m&%* m . _ -,
'jft??fehlch costs only fifty cents for
large erie nt drug atoren, lt's tru!
wonderful-lt digests food and
tblags straight, so gently end e
that it is wally astonishing. Pit
for sour sake, don't go on and
NO EXPRESS CHARGES
GIFTS FOR BELGIANS WILL
BE CARRIED BY EXPRESS
WHAT IS NEEDED
All Kinds of Nonperishable Food
Stuffs Are Needed as Well es
Persons In Anderson who desire to
make contributions to the reitet ot
the Belgians may have them sent by
express without cost to themselves.
All that one wishing to send clothing, j
food or other commodities to the Bel- j
glans need do is to wran l ho package i
strongly and carry it to the local of
fice of the Southern Express Com
pany. Tho packages will be sent to
the nearest forwarding agent, who in
thc case o<* Anderson will be station
ed nt Greenville. The express charges
of dopu'.lons'of this kind will be two
thirds of the regular commercial rate,
but the express company will collect
the transportation charges from thc
commission' for relief in Belgium,
which has headquarters in New York.
Posters advertising this- fact -have
been displayed at the local office of
the Southern Express Company. Those
desiring further Information on the
subject may obtain it by telephoning
Manager Johnson of the local express
offico or calling at the office In per
Tito supplies most needed for the
Belgians, it ts ?tated, are non-perish
able foodstuffs, flour, wheat, rice, cof
fee, peas, beans, canned ^oods,'cured
or sailed meats. New blankets and
new clothes are welcomed. Packages
of second hand clothes will bo re
ceived, but the express chargea 'on
these must be paid by the donor, as
the commission will nojt refund ex
press charges in a case pf this na
CHILD GETS SICK
"California Syrup of Figs" can't
harm tender stomach or
A laxative today saves a sick child
i tomorrow.- Children simply VIII not
?take the time from play to empty
1 their bowels,' which become clogged
?up with waste, liver gets sluggish;
I stomach sour.
Look at the tongue, mother! ( It
coated, or your child ls listless, cross,
feverish, breath bad, restless, doesn't
eat heartily, full ot cold or has sore
throat or any other children's ailment,
give a teaspoonful of "California
Syrup ot Figs." then don't worry, be
cause, it is perfectly harmless, and In
a few hours all this constipation
poison,, sour bile and fermenting
waste will gently move out of the
bowels,- and you have a well, playful
child. again. A thorough "inside
cleansing" ls of times all that ls neces
sary. It should be thc erst treatment
given In any sickness.
Beware ot counterfeit fig syrups.
Ask your druggist for a 50-cent bottle
of "California Syrup of Figs," which
has full directions tor babies, chil
dren of all ages ana for grown-ups
plainly printed'on the bottle. Look
carefully and see- that lt is made by
ihe "California Fig Syrup 'Company."
FA IUI LOAN PLAN
HAS NOVEL BASIS
[leading Company Advises Planter to
Boy Crop Instead ef liaising it.
Carolina Bond & Mortgage Co., of
Columbia, announced Tuesday .the
completion of arrangements whereby
lt wilt handle loan's upon improved
farm lands in South Carolina .at 7
per cent, annual Interest, on tho idea
that numbera of farmers may prefer
mortgaging their ianda nnd buying
cotton with the proceeds to raising
the staple. Thp company bas an au
thorised capitalisation ot <2r>0,000. J.
I J. M h un Hugh ie president, L. M. Haw
Charlea II. Barron of counsel for
I ?he company said iu advocating the
[policy ot buying cotton this year in
stead ot raising it:
"Cotton is selling below tbs cost of
production and if one can buy his
191?? crop cheaper than .he can grow
It, sound business principles suggest
that he should do so. In addressing
tho farmer, we advocate baying In*
?steed of raising, in about these terms:
if cotton ls bought from your
neighbor,??, holding distressed cotton lt
will relieve thwn; it wilt save the
?worry of the labor question in gath
ering your crop in the fall: it will
pnt money Inf? circulation in your
y alghborhood; lt will cttrtaH the .191S
crop the ?umber of bale? you hay
Instead of grow; your 1915 crop will
be a certainty at a fixed cost of pro
duction: lt will enable yon to . us?
your cotton land for raising grain
A Cari ef Thanks.
e wish to express our approcla
and gratitude for the many kind
of sympathy and service render
Jay our friends, jrhlle little M<?
lin's romeivr awaited th? prepara
tas burial. -, -^4*?.
_j.ee* lg the blessing of sympathy,
lthont it ?ur sorrows would indeed
bard to bear.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. McConnell.
. McConnell and Family.
When your baby ls cross and
fretful instead of the happy, laugh
ing little dear you'are accustomed
to, in sll probability the digestion
has become deranged and tho bow
els need attention. Give lt a mild
laxative, dispel the irritability and
bring back, tho happy content ct
The very best laxative for child
ren Is Dr. Caldwell's Syru^ Pep
sin, because it contains no opiate or
narcotic drug, ls pleasant tarting
and acts gently, but surely, with-,
out griping or other - distress.
Druggists sell Dr. Caldwell's Syrup
Pepsin at fifty cents and one dol
lar a bottle. For a free trial bot
tle write to Dr. W. L\ Caldwell,
462 Washington St., Monticello,
I Emperor William
BERLIN, Jan. H.- (By Wireless to
London)-Emperor William was pres
ent in person during the spirited hat
tie on the Vregny Plain, northeast ot
Solssons, which resulted yesterday In
that elevated ground being cleared of
the French and which ls described in
the German official statement today
aa a "brilliant feat for our troops." In
the engagement the Germans claimed
to have captured 14 French officers
and 1,150 men.
Will Aid In Enforcing Law.
CHARLESTON, W. Va., Jab. 14."
Fred O. Blue, commissioner of prohi
bition, Bald today that the decision of
tho United States circuit! court at
Richmond, Va., yesterday would hu
medlatedly put au end to the solicita
tion of orders for intoxicants to be de
livered to West Virginia customers
and would be of great value in enforc
ing prohibition laws.
WILLIAMSTON, Mass.. Jan. 14.- |
A new departure tn the Williams
baseball schedule this year will be a
Southern trip during ?he Easter re
cess when five games will be played
April 8, University of Virginia at
Charlottesville; ?th, Georgetown Uni
versity at washington, 10th, Norfolk]
A. C. at Norfolk; 12th, University of
Pennsylvania at Philadelphia; 13th,
Princeton at Princeton.
Carlisle Indians Left Qui.
PHILADELPHIA, Jar. 14.-Four
new games, Pennsylvania. State, Pitts
burgh, Albright and West Virginia. !
are on the University of Pennsylvania
1915 football schedule announced to- !
j day. For the first time in more than
I 20 years the Carlisle Indians do not |
CONGRATULATION S EXTENDED
(From the Greenwood Journal.)
The Dally Journal extends most
hearty congratulations to The Ander
son Dally Intelligencer which has lust
rounded out its first year as a dally.
It was Started as a. weekly in 1860.
It then, in the course ot tlc..?, became j
a semi-weekly, but the time came,
year ago, when Anderson woke up to I
find out that she' needed a morning j
dally so Tho Intelligencer which had
been bought by a joint slock com
pany unfurled Its banner to thu
breezes as a dally.
We aro glad to know that lt has j
succeeded, especially as lt has proven,
itself to be a fearless newspaper
standing for high ideals, not afraid
to speak out when the time and oc
casion demanded it. There ls no tell- j
lng the worth of such a paper to a
community. ' We are especially glad
to have this newspaper enrolled
among the number of dallies in South
Carolina that stands for the total abo
lition and annihilation of tho accur
sed liquor traffic.
Columbia, S. C., Dec. 31st. >914.
Mr. Winston Smith, County Auditor:
I hog to call your attention to a
rerulutron pased by the State Board
or Kqnitixatloo at their meeting on
July 14th, 1914. as follows:
"We, ihe Cotton Seed Oil Commit
tee of tho State Board ot Equitation,
realizing the difficulty that will con
front .tho Cotton Seed Oil Committee
in 1915, ask tba." in making returns,
theso compithles be required to give
tho information now asked for on tbe
returns and In adSitlon show the sum
ber of tons crushed in a day of 24
hours. If they operate ginneries, that
separate returns be made for tho
satne. Where mixing plants are oper
ated in connection With cotton seed
oil mills, a full return of such plants
shall be mada. Where Ice planta erb
operated a separate and full return
of socb plants ?hall h? made.
'Please make note of the above and]
govern yourself accordingly aa to cot-1
ton oil mill returns and fertilizer re
turns, as well as those for cotton seed
Yours very truly.
J Dr. James* rfeadaeb* Powdar?
i reitera at o*>ce-10 cent? a
take a Dr. James' Headache ?
.. _*r and in -just a few moments j
aur head Olear? csa* all neuralgia and j
rsin fades .away.' lt's th? quickest
lsd. surest relief for headset*, wheth
er dull, throbbing, splitting or set
eking. Send someone to ike "
?and get ? dime package
rn?Tertag-Ifs aa needlasa.
_ you get Dr. , James' Headac!
j Powder? -then there wilt be no dU
I pointaient. %
January 18th to 30th, inclusive
... . .. Ul- ? M.IJ . ,.,i-J.
Of Supreme Interest to
Dainty Undermuslins, Crisp, Fresh and New
Spring Styles in Laces and Embroideries
Beautiful White Goods of Every Kind
AU at the
LOWEST PRICE IN YEARS
Here Is An Unparalleled Buying Opportunity
LONG CLOTH ,
On account ot thu low price ot
cotton due to the European war,
we have boen able to make our
purchases at EXCEPTION AA??,. \
LY LOW PRICES, Thia prl?b>
. advantage we turn over to y ir*
Intact and we have aleo scr od Jj
ouv own profit down to the ?
evt minimum. Norw ts th?
cal time to buy White Goods ot jl
all kinds. j
_. . .
LESS MEAT IF BACK
. AND KIDNEYS HURI
[rake a tilaxK^of^ Kid
?Hrj S ?i St?uacr nw?ntr? a vii*
Eating meat regularly eventually I
produces kidney trouble in some I
form or>rtiter."says a well-known au- I
thority, license the urie acid In meat I
excites tuc kidneys,, they become ov- I
erworked; get S1UH*??*V clog up and I
cause all sorts of distress, particular- I
ly backache end misery in the kid- I
noy region; rheumatic twinges, se? I
vere headaches, acid stomach, const!- I
patio?, torpid liver, sleeplessness-, I
bladder and urinary irritation. I
The montent your back hurts or I
kidneys aren't acting right, or if I
bladder bother you,; get about four I
ounces of Jad Salta from any good I
pharmacy; tako a tablespoonful In a I
glass of water beforo breakfast for I
a few days and your kidneys will I
then act fine. This famous salts is I
made from the acid o', grapes and I
lemon juice, combined with Mthia, and I
has been used for generations to flush
clogged kidney, and stimulate them
to normal ncltivlty; also to neutralise
adda In the urine so it no longer Ir
ritates, thus ending bladder disorders.
Jad Salts can not lu jure anyone;
makes a delightful efferverscent llth
ia water drink which millions of men
and women take now/ and then to
koop tho kidneys and urinary organs
clO'in, thus avoiding serious kidney
AUBURN, N. Vt, Jan. 14_John H.
Farrell, chairman ot the national
hoard of arbitration of the National
Association of Professional Baseball
Leagues, today gave out these decis
.'rBervtces of players 'awarded: W. ?.
Pope to Charlotte, N. C.; Charles
Kelly to Asheville, N. C.
Tho following plxynr? in major cod
minor league baseball have beau re
leased by purchase:
By Asheville. X. C.. A- ('.-Watson to
Greensboro, N. C.; bv Greensboro. N.
C.. Olin Perrltt to" Asheville. N. C.; by
Nashville. Tenn.. Walter Dayton to
Durham, N. C.; John Lindsey to Mem
phis. Tenn.; by Durham, N. C. Wil
lis ni H. Rowe to GrecnKboro. N C.;
Kw ar*r%Kmhr,rn V f\; tt. ?. William- tc
gttXham. N. a, and '"Charles A. Strain
to Pichmond, Va.
Skac^ieferd Wnw 4*??ipi*n?kip,
ATLANTIC CITY, N, J;. Jan. 14.-J
E. Shackleford, of the home club, wo?
the championship trophy at th* first
mW winter tournameat of the Seaview
Club at Absecoa ted ay. He defeated
J. C.-Parrish, Jr., br the National Golf
lUnks. 4 np and 2 to play tn the final
A SPLENDID SHOW
The Dave Newman Taboriu Girl?
Musical Comedy Company will close
a most srocessfu! week's engagement
nt the Palmetto theatre today, where
they have ride many lasting friends
with their ability, youth and person
ality. The universay opinion expressed
by patrons of the Palmetto is "Best
show ever in Anderson." and this ap
plies not alone to one or two of their
productions, but every ono of the
seven they have offered here, The
wardrobe is elab?rete, clean and ever,
changing; the chorus ls capable, live
ly and pleasing to the. eye and. ear.
Miss Carrie Hawley, tho prima dona,
ls a charming young lady with a melo
dious voice and magnetic personality.
Hoi Buppiy <u go* geoan and costly
gowns ls seemingly unlimited and
would do credit to a mach Urger'
SHOW than the Taboriu Girl*. Mles
Babe LaPort, the soubrette, is a
sprightly mles ?nd captivates' ali by
her ability ti? "deliver tho goods."
fflMttr Wr'gbt ls capable sod con
vincing in als straight parti?, sad can
sing as well as dance. The comedy
always necessary In a musical show is
furnished by Jack Lord,, the funny
Irishman wllh?-the." Infectious ?mlle.
and Lew Gordon, tho amiable Dutch
men. whose proficiency in the sit ot
butchering the English langage is the
delight of all. Mr. }?wmau. ?.? musi
cal director and pr?<?ui?., shows tho]
result of broad ? ?peri?nee. thorough
trt?r!l??t. everi to i>Uile.
f His opening bill. 'College O?rl*," de- i
velops more logical situations add
sensible dialogue than seems possible j
for a one-hour show, especially an
there are eight musical numbers dur
ing the-nation. Miss Carrie Hawley
Plays the College Widow, and sings
"California and You** also Isas ai
trio number, "I'm looking for a shady
tree." with the two comedians, end a]
comedy duet "I Knew Him When Ho |
wsw: Alright,- witn Mr. t^ora. Miss
LaPorte. as Elsie and Walter Wright:
a* .Kddte. have s lively time outwit
ting their "daddies." Jack turd and
Lew Gordon, as wealthy mwjWmi
"widow's" hand. Theuwstdal stunner*]
include "Fox Trot" by Lord and Gor-1
(lou, "Boitin the Jack." by Miss Dolly!
D?Verne." Tye Got to Havs?'iM??TfWi
Mr. Wright, and "li's a Long Way to
Tipperary," by Mles LaPorU assisted
by a duet, trio and quartette.
Some of the other bills cresent
Try a bottle ot Na mot ta's Pro
scription for impuro blood, kidney,
liver end stomach. It bat pleas
ed hundreds and thousand?, why
shouldn't it please you. Doctoral
and druggists . ? la!m At ?it nnt a?
improved upon, for what ft ta re
Sold end guaranteed b? all lead
ing drug,.atoren, and the 'Nablet
ta Medicine Company, 114 Coffee
St, Greenville, & a Pone me.
her* were s "Tho * Winning Widow/*
"Tho Gay Old Deceivers,^ and 'in
Hoolah Lend" .which jplcas?tl :
diencen at tho Palmetto,
Sick Two yeera Wit* Inilgtetlon.
"Two year? ago I waa greatly; basic
fited through using-two or three hoi
ties or Chamberlain's Table
writes Mrs. S. A, Keller. Elfda. Ohio.
by all dealer*. *
EBEE THU? TO SAN Jr^C?jM?v
EXPOSITION ' ,
The Southern Wom?ii'v to?t?zUio U
uttering a trip *o tho :-paAaam->Pae?sv.
Exposition with ali ?xp?n??Bj_?k* hy
them. Full- information will be sent
an request Wxltey Manager lE?poel
tlori Tour, Southern Women's Maga
sine, Nashville, Tenfa.
If your nostrils .pfe clogged and
ur brad ie jpftatfed, aa^ja^vkeeaahe^
?ely beean?* ot a ^ldr bT?itsaT*?
la? get a small bot?eHjf ^iyTrx?aa?4?
Balm at any ?rmt store. Aaoty ?
?.? iragr^U.a&^sr?tlft efSWM'
into your nostrils and let it pen?
through every &ir
pott get lestant tait
AU! I-.}?, good
triis are op?s.
. - .
?for brest*, Ely*?
what sufferers fi