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Something For Nothing
Younga Island, S. C., Nov. 191*,
To get started with you we raak?
you thc; following offer. Send ?B $1.5#
for 1,000 Frost Proof Cabbage Planta,
grown in th? open air and will stand
freezing, grown from the Celebrated
Seed of Bolgina & Son and Thorboim
& Co., and I will send you 1,0)0 Cab
bage Planta additional FREF, nnd yo?
ran repeat the order as many time?
as you like. I will give yc.i speclai
prices on Potato Seed ai d PotaU
Plants later. We want tho account*
of close buyers, large and small. W??
can supply all.
ITT THIS (H T SOW
If you don't want it today, you may
next week. Send this advertisement
and fi i-en's to Foley & Co., Chicago.
111., writng Nour name and address
clearly. You receive in return three
trial packages- Foley's Honey and
Tar Compound for coughs, colds,
croup and grippe: Foley Kidney
Pills, for weak or disordered kidney?
or bladder; Foley Cathartic Tablets
a pleasant, wholesome and cleansing
purgative, just tho thing for winter's
sluggish bowels and torpid liver.
Three well known standard remedies
for hale hy lOvans" Pharmacy.
iv a j -lirea/eale.
Mr. William Cirimn Ureazeale, a
young farmer living near Belton, and
Miss Jessie Kay of Helton, were mar
ried Sunday by the Hov. II. G. Martin,
at thc minister's home. _
f BROKE MY
once and found how inconvenient lt
was to bo unable to uBe my eyes for
the balance of thc day.
I made a r?solve then that I would
make it possible to replace a broken
lenB. howover complicated ita formula
the same day thc order waB left with
I have succeeded even better than
I boped, for new wc arc able to re
place any broken lens, even where
you do not give us tho prescription,
in from one to three hours, with an
exact duplicate MADE IN OUR OWN
SHOPS. ; "
Is this worth anything to you? lt
so remember this advertisement the
next time you break a lens.
This ls only one example of the
thoroughness and modernness of my
M. R. CAMBELL
* Registered Optometrist.
OSko 112 W. WfcHBSr St
Telephone t'onnectlon. ,
Ii. H. HLECkLEY 0. M. UK ARRI
Bleckley & Heard
117 Bi. Whitner St.
Answer all c?lin day or night.
Phone ttl- ,
MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO.
Insnro with us and keep the money
at home. Every dollar of our collec
tions deposited In Anderson county
hanks and helping to Improve Ander
son county condltlona.
$5.00 per $1,000 OB Dwellings.
$6.68 2-3 per $1,000 on Other Property
COME AN? SEE VS
J.J. Smith. President and Treasurer.
J. R. Vandlver.Vice President 1
J. J. Major..Secretary
Rev. W. W. Leathers.
J. M. Knox.
Lee G*. liollcman,
J. J. Smith.
P. L. Prown.
S. L. Shirley,
J. R. Vandlver,
J. J. Major,
H. H. Gray.
l?fcf?Tatnnd ml? *jr*?rrr.tii&'?i>rTa?di>.
glllsqn < k!y Bndat'"Olii.< ;*..?, ?t.iotlot
MtttlUOiQ)-tims prc*Vi?,i'.ii..' 'It'voivpoM
Con. 'l)ettIT than ?ll Un? .rru.i r, Ute
wot ld. IIMM ?u <i?niUtio i: \ i )..);:;.
.?V.fiOc ?1 at ?!i-?krn Ot I.) lu .11. |?v?st
V BOTANICAL MFC. CO.
COURT S CHARGE IO
THE GRAND JURORS
MESSAGE WAS DELIVER.
ED BY JUDGE GARY
Will Convene at 9:30 and Recess
From 1:30 to 3-Will Erd
Each Evening at 6 O'clock.
Th? spring terni of the court of
general sessions fur Anderson Coun
ty ??is convened yesterday morning
at lo o'clck. with Judge Krank li.
(iary of Abbeville, presiding;, lt was
nearly ll o'clock bet?re the court had
been organized, the delay being taus- ?
ed by the tardiness of one of the grand j
Jurors. When this man arrived Mr. i
James lt. Anderson was appointed
foreman cf thc tribunal and the
wheels of thc court machinery were
set In motion.
The court's charge to the grand
Jury was a particularly strong one. As
this was the tirst tinte some of thc
members had been c alled as grand Ju
ofsr, the court took occasion to re
mind them of the responsibility that
rests upon them. Ile stated that the
grand jury was in charge of the list al
affairs of Anderson County and di
rectors of the county for the year
1915. Ile pointed out to them that
nint h of the responsibility for observ
ante of the law rested upon their
shoulders, and that it was their duty
to present for prosecution hot only
those defendants named in warrants
handed them by thc solicitor but any
violator of the law against whom they
Judge Gary admonished the grand
Jurors that the affairs of the county
were In their keeping and that If any
employee of the county was not doing
his duty it is their business to see
that he does. He advised the grand
jury to make frequent and thorough
examination of the books of the coun
ty officials, to give prope:* attention to
the roads of tho county and to the
poor, win? have no other source to
look to but the gr?hd Jury. Ile re
minded them that the public schools
of the county were in their cure and
cautioned them to see that tho affairs
of these institutions arc always prop
Tile court suggested to the grand
jury that they ask the county delega
tion to havo enacated the necessary
legislation providing for the drawing
of a panel of 20 or more talismen for
grand jury duty and the selection of
the first 18 of these who reported for
duty when court convened. This sug
gestion was prompted by the delay
due to the tardiness of one of the
--.Judge <3mry stressed the vital im
portance of enforcement of the law
against the sale of blind tiger whis
key and tho carrying of pistols, as
these two sins are responsible for
more lawlessness than any other
agents that could he found.
Upon the convening of court the fol
lowing talismen were excused: J., VV
Sanders, J. X. Owens, John B. Adger.
J. C. Busby. W. C. King and S. C.
Bean. To take the place of these and
proviue other Ju.ors, an extra veuli'e
wag ordered drawn. '
Judge Gary announced that the
hours of court would be from 9:30 a.
m. to 1:30 p. m. and from 3 p. m. to R
o, ERSKINE COLLEGE o
On last Friday evening the 34th
semi-annual celebration of the Phil?
omu?jfcean Llternry Society was held
In the Erskine auditorium. The ex
ercises were attended bv a large
crowd and much interest was mani
fested. Tile debate afforded especial
interest, the decision of which was
rendered in favor of tho negative.
Tho bulges were: Rev. J. ? W. Car
son, Kev. J. P. Pressly and Mr. O. Y.
Brownlee. Kev. J. W. Carson of New
berry, an nlumnus of thc society,
made the invocation. The following
was the program:
President's address- C McNeil.
E. P. Gunningba' i. "The Confeder
J. O. Halli "Opportunities of the
Debate. Query: Resolved. That the
Monroe Doctrine Affords a Menace to
the United States. Affirmative: B. M.
Grier. R. T. Nelson; negative: R.
Caldwell. R. I.. Davis.
Senior oration. "Prophets Without
Honor"-J. II. Brooks.
- Rendering of decision.
Marshals-Chief. J. H. Baird: as
sistants. T. P.\ Miller. R. N. McCor
mick. Royce Sinclair.
The student body enjoyed the first
reception of the new year at the Wo
man's College on last Saturday morn
Considerable work has recently
been done on the campus. Many of
the great oaks, which are the pride
of the campos, have been trimmed,
and new ones set out. Thc college
plans*to make extensive improve
ments in the near future.
Mr. Oates Stroup. a former Erskine
siudent. spent thc week-end in town.
The Y. M. C. A. has Jest purchased
a Stleff plano. This will bo used In
devofloa.il exercises and should ndd
Intorest :o the meetings.
Keep the Children
Bright and Happy
Happy youngsters mont bo
healthy. The digestive organ* of
children get out of order aa readily
UH do those of their elders, and tho
result is equally distressing When
the bowels are clogged with an ac
cumulation of refuse from the
stomach the child naturally be
comes cross and fretful from the
discomfort, and is often pjuDished
for temper when medic al attention
is really what ls needed.
The next time your c hild is cms
and unhappy, without apparent
reason, try giving it a mild laxative
Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is a
mild, pleasant tasting combination
of simple laxative I orbs with pcp
sin, and is espec ially recommended
for children because of its freedom
from all opiate or narcotic drugs
and Its Kentle acton. It is sold in
drug stores everywhere. A free
trial hottle can be obtained bv writ
ing to Dr. W. H. Caldwell. 4
Washington St.. Monticello, Ills.
o STARR o
Since the holidays our school is
getting down to hard work. Students
and faculty are working together and
are trying to do better thfs term than
The School Improvement association
ls In a flourishing condition, and hi
doing a great deal toward the repair
ing of the school Inti lei in ir. Window
shades, globes and maps have? been
bought, and the roof has been painted
I v Messrs. Hannah and Harris. These
is some mention of a flag being rais? a
above the rocjf. This will add exten
sively to the appearance of the build
Dr. and Mrs. Land entertained
Misses Shirley. Code and Halford ot
the teaching corps, last Wednejdaj
Th? tenth and elevnth grades art
Very sorry to give up Misses Mildred
and Alva Hodges who have moved tc
Rev. W. B. Hawkins has moved back
to his home. We are glad to have
Albert in school with us again. We
are also glad to have Annie Veronee
who bas been attending the Iva High
School. s . *'%t?
The principals of Iva. Aubn ville,
tfoundcsville and Starr High Schools
have organized a oritorical and
athletic association, the name of which
Is "The Savannah Oritorical and
Athletic association. ?tl
The Trinrod Literary*soc|oty was 1
.reorganised Friday afternoon- The
following officers were installed: Mr.
Hugh Smith, president; Miss Edna
Herron, vice president; Mu& Carrie
Bowie, secretary; Miss Evai Herron,
librarian; Misses Loraine Pruitt and
Mabel Jones, reporting critic!;
Miss Stewart, the primary teacher
has added much to the appearance and
comfort of her room by m jans of a
new stove pipe.
Miss Erskine and her pupils have
about completed a .globe wplch they
have been working on for1 quite ?
The ball for the girls basket ball
team which Is to take pr rt In the as
sociation, has been ordered. '
The boys are beginning to play
baa? ball. We hope that practice will
make perfect, for we want fbe cham
pionship of this association.
Heavy Meat Eaters
Have Slow Kidneys
Eat lets meat if you feel Back
achy or h av o Bladder .
Nu man or woman who eats meat
regularly can make a mistake by
flushing the kidneys occasionally,
says a well known authority. Meat
forms uric acid which excites the kid
neys, they become overworked from
thc waste and poisons from the blood,
then we get sick. Nearly all rhett^
raatlsm. headaches, liver trimble, ner
vousness, dizziness, sleeplessness and
urinary disorders come from sluggish
The moment you feel a dull ache In
the kidneys or your back hurts or if
the urine is cloudy, offensive, full of
sediment, irregular of passage or at
tended bv n Bon??at'on of scalding, stop
eating meat and get about four ounces
of Jad Salts from any pharmacy;' take
a tnbleapoonful in a glass of water
before breakfast and in a few J days
your Kidneys will act fine. This fam
ous salts ls made from the acid of
granes and lemon ' juice, combined
with llthia. and has been used for
generations to flush and stimulate
the kidneys, also to neutralize ! the
acids in urine BO it no longer causes
Irritation, thus ending bladder weak
o_<?- |fl i----- "nit -srinr.i
.?.4M oauo io ilivA|rciini*r uuu ?.?.luv.
injure: makes a delightful efferves
cent lithta-water drink whclh wvpry
one should take now and then to koep
the kidneys, clean and active and the
blood pure, (hereby avoiding serious
B III ? ll. I ?
There are so-called "hone./ and
tar" preparations that cost ;nc dealer
half as much bursell at the ?ame
price as the original and genuine
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound. "We
never offer therre imitations and sub
stitutes. We know you will buy
Foley's whenever you uced a Cough
syrup If you once use it. People
come long distances for the true
FOLEY'S-over thirty yeara the lead
in* remedy for coughs, colds, croap,
whooping cough, bronchial and la
BRYAN REPLIES TO
DOES NOT CONSIDER HY
SELS OF WAR
CAN ONLY BE
USED IN AIR
Germany Says They Must Be Re
garded as War Vessels and De
livery Should Be Stopped.
(Hy Awwint?) Prras.)
WASHINGTON, Feb. I. -In reply to
Germany's protest against the buihl
Ing of hydro-aeroplam ;a by American
manufacturers for England and Rus
sia, Secretary Hryan has informed (he
German ambassador that the State de
partment does not concur in the con
tention the*, such erafi are vessels of
war "who~e delivery ,to belligerent
States hy neutrals si:.mid be stopped.
The correspondence on thc subject
was made public today hy Mr. Hryan.
On January 19, Count von Berns
torff wrote the secretary of State, say
ing hydro-aeroplanes were being sold
to the allies, detailing the companies'
by which tho parts were built and ad
'There ls no doubt that hydro
aeroplanes must be regnrdeil a? wai
vessels whose- delivery to belligerent
States by neutrals should be stopped
under article,8 of the -3th conven
tion of the second Hague conference
of October 18,1907. Hydro-aeroplanes
are not mentioned hy name in the con
vention simply because there waB none
in 1?07, at the time of the conference.
"On tho supposition that hydro
aeroplanes are delivered to belli
gerents against the wishes of the gov
ernment of tho United Stales, I have
thc honor to bring? thc foregoing to
your excellency's kind knowledge."
Secretary Bryan replied under date
of January 29 as follows:
"Excellency: I have the honor to
acknowledge the receipt of your ex
cellency's note of the 19th instant, and
in reply have to inform you that the
statements contained in your excel
lency's note have received my careful
consideration in view of the earnest
purpose of this government to perform
every duty which Is Imposed upon it
as a neutral hy treaty stipulation and
"Thc essential statement in your
note, which implies an obligation dn
the part of this government to Inter
fere In the sale and delivery of hydro
aeroplanes to belligerent powers is:
" 'There is no doubt that hydro
aeroplanes must be regarded as war
vessels whose delivery to belligerent
States by neutrals should be stopped
under article 8 of the 13th convention
of tho second Hague conference Of
October 18. 1907.'
"As to this assertion of the char
acter of hydro-aeroplancd, I submit
the following comments: Tho fact
that a hyrdoaeropl&ne is fitted i with
apparatus to risc ?rom and alight up
on the sea does not in my opinion give
it the character of a vessel any more
that the sheels attached to an
aeroplane fitting it to rise from and
alight r.pon land give the latter the
.diaracter of a land vehicle. Both the
hvdro-aeroplane and the aero-aero
plane are essentially aircraft;, as an
aid in military operations they can
only be used in the air; the. fact that
one starts its flight from the surface
of the sea and the other from the land
is a mere incident which in no ' way
affects their aerial character.
"In view of these facts I must dis-,
sent from your excellency's assertion
that 'there is no doubt that hydro
aeroplanes must be regarded is war
vessels,' and consequently I do not re
gard the obligations imposed by treaty
or by thc accepted ralea- of inter
national law applicable to aircraft of
. ''In this connection I further call
your excellency's attention that, ac
cording to the latest advices received
by this department, the German Im
perial government include 'balloons
and flying machines and their compo
nent, parts in the list of conditional
contraband, and that in the Imperial
Prize ordinance, drafted September 30,
1909. and Issued In the Reich s
Gestzblatt on August 3, 1915, appear
as conditional contraband 'airships
and flying machines, (article 23,; sec
tion 8). It thus appears that the Im
perial government have n?aced and re
tain aircrafts of all descriptions in
the class of conditional contraband,
for which no spec???! treatment Involv?
lng neutral duty, is so far a3 I am ad
vised, provided by any 'treaty to
which tile United States' is a, signatory
or adhering power.
'?As In thc views of this department
the provisions of convention XIII of
the second Hague conference do no*
apply to hydro-aeroplanes I do no4(
consider lt necessary to discuss, the
questions as to whether those provis
ions are in force during the present
"Accent. ftTce??en?iv ih*1 Tcn?*wed as
surances of my high wt consideration.
441vV. J. .^ilR-YAN."
WINTER DOUBLES WOKK
In summer the work of eliminating
poisons and*acids from the blood ls
helped by perspiration. In cold weath
er, with little out work or exer
cise to cause sweating,' the kidneys
hav? io dn double work. Foley "Kid
ney Pills help overworked, weak and
diseased kidneys to filter and cast ont
of the blood the waste matter that
causes pains in sides or back, rheu
matism, lumbago, stiffness of Joints,
sore muscles and other Mis resulting
from improper elimination.
Do It Now !
Make a small deposit each week
in this Financial Stronghold, and
by adding a little each week to
your Bank Account you'll be sur
prised at the rapidity with which
you can accumulate a snug sum
"Big Oaks from little Acorns
Grow." ' The same applies to our
WHEN REVERSES COME
Your worry will be reduced to a
minimum if you are in a position
to meet all obligations with a
check on -
The Peoples Bank
LEE G. HOUSMAN, President
D. O. BROWNE, Cashier E. P. VANDIVER, V?c?-Pres.
Bleckley Building:, Anderson, S. C. : L
DEPOSIT YOUR MONEY
With us, and -then we wilt lend you money when you need it.
Interest Paid on Deposits.
The Farmers and Merchants Bank
and , - ,
The Farmers Loan & Trust Co.
ANDERSON, S. C.
Combined Resources a Little the Rise of One Million Dollars
?. A. Smythe, Geo. Vi. Frans,
N. B. Sullivan, Vi. Laughlin,
J. F. Watson, J. C. Harris,
J, I). Hammett, Foster L. ItroTfn
ll. A. Orr, J. B. Bouthlt,
J. J. Major, lt. G. Witerspoon,
rhos, C. Jackson, j, J. Kajor, >
J. B. Tandlrer.
Your completion nefaV
DAGGETT & RAMSDELL'S
PERFECT COLD CREAM
ly.m? by th? elita af New York Society fer twenry-tlur?*> yan?, maui .tiftj&air
Cavorite Imparti health and beauty to tb? ?kin. (mooth?a ?way th? marks af Tim..
Maas Nature*, bloom to aaUow checks, ditcourase? .
uaw.lao an. lina? and wrinkle., loprovo raw look*
by its daily ute.
In tub.? 10c. 25c.. 50c. In jar. 35c.. 50c.. 85c. ?1.50.
Wheo you Insist open D ct If you rtt
the beat cold cream tm- lb* atora.
- -?-- ' ? . " m T.7 ,j< tm ' nu
Wishing for the Past.
I wish to have lived in thc days of
When the wildwood stretched from
shore to shore
When the paather'e cry und the black
Could bc heard at night from tho
I wis:' i? had been permitted me
To Tn? with Marion on Congarae,
To tent beneath the Greenwood tree,
And li'.- a forrester, bold nnd free.
I.wish that by sonic magic wand
Every rough clad member of lils band
Could for one_ moment rise and stand.
I wish BO much tvs sec a man.
I wish and wish; I know not why
Sometimes I laugh. Sometimes I cry.
Sometimes I almost wish to die
Because thdsu days have all gone by.
-M. ll. C.
Starr, S. C.
J. E. and Joe Sullivan spent Sun
day in WilltjmBton with relatives.
A. H. Dagnall was a visitor to Wil
Willie Broad well or Lowndesvlllc
spent yesterday in thc city/'
... ?. .' .! . .'. ' * JU. i' .J^;: . .
This flour is widely known and speakcs for itself.
"EVENTUALLY, WHY NOT NOW?".
AU I have to say is that I am offering it for the neat 20
s day* for 50c per barrel less than what the mill wants'Tor it
! have 20 barrels that ge* the !eest bit wet in shipping,
which I offer at $6.26. | This b the biggest value in Ander
: son. Mv atore is chock foil of other brands of good flour
at the right price. It will pay you *.o see me before buy
Seven pounds of Good Parched Coffee for $1.00.
We pay cash for any kind of peas.
W. A. Power
212 S, Main
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