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BUIDO* M Mtt?.ll
Notice U hereby gfven that all
plank flooring used on public mad
bridges (to be paid for by the eouoty)
must not be less than 2 i neb ea in
thickness The board will not pay for
any material of less thickness on said
J. MACK KING. Supervisor.
"TIZ" FOR ACRE.
SORE, TIRED EE
flood-bye sore feet, burn'ng feet, swol
len feet, sweaty feet, emeliing feet, tirol
Good bye corn?, callouses, bunions sad
raw spots. No
more shoe tight
Gj& ness, BO more limp
/Z?f M JcjSCm drawing up your
<Mr ?\ \ VBVBB iu Agony.
YW? K JR HZ" is magical.
UffSsSmW'f "ct" right off.
^jL^MLil? "TIZ" ??"aw? out
^^""JJ\ L^af db exudation? which
S?^=73^> puff up the feet.
^ZJfy Use "TIZ" and for
get yon.* foot
misery. Ah! how comfortable your feet
feel. Get a 25 cent box of "TIZ" now at
any druggist or department store. Don't?
Buffer, Have good feet, glad feet, feet
that never swell, never hurt, never get
tired.., A year's foot confort guaranteed
or money refunded.
POT SULPHUR ON
AN ITCHING SKIN
AND END ECZEMA
Says this old-time Eczema rem
edy is applied Uko
Any irritation or breaking out on the
fae?, arma, legs ?r- -body when accom
panied by itching, or when tho-skin is
dry sad feverish, caa be readily over
come by* applying-.,a little bold-sulphur,
says a noted dermatologist.
lie states that bold-sulphur instantly
allays tho angry aching an? irritation
and soothes and heals ?ie Kepema right
up leaving tho skin clear, arid, smooth.
Hold-sulphur baa occupied.a-''s?ure'posi~
tion for many years in-the -treatment J1
of cutaneous disorders..bacauso of itt? 1i
parasite-destroying property. Nothing
boa ?ver been found to take its placa j i
in treating the irritable and inflam
matory akin affection?. While not al
ways establishing a permanent cure lt
never fails to subdue tbs itchiujf * irri
tation ?i-i ur ita ii?: Eczema away and
it U oiten yeera:later before any erup
tion again appears on the akin.
Those troubled should obtain at say
drug store an ounce of boV.-sulphur,
which is applied to the affected parts in
the same manner aa an ordinary cold
Germar. Ve::e? Mike; U:
( Attempt to Torpedo
(By AwocUted Pres?.)
YMUIDEN, Netherlands. Feb. ll.
(via London, 0:50 p. m.)-Tb? Ger
man submarine U-2 yesterday at
tempted to torpedo tbe British steam
er Inertes, which arrived here today
irom Ju vu. The vessel escaped by
adroit maneuvers and fast steaming.
When attacked the steamer was fly
lng the Dutch flag.
The attack on the Laertes was made ;
whUc thc vessel was steaming be
tween the Meuse lightship and Schou
ten bank. The eubmastne fired sev
ei*l shells which damaged tbe steam-]
er's funnel, compass and upper decks. ;
As this did not Induce the captain to
stop the submarine made an un3uc- .
ceseful attempt to torpedo the steam
The Laertes, when challenged by
the submarine, was proceeding with
out her nationality When asked to
stop tho vessel ilew the Dutch flag
but this did not prevent thc Hermans,
according to the ship's officers, from
dring on the steamer and attempting
to sink her.
The captain of the Laertes says he
Bew the Dutch flag In order to save
the crew, which consisted cf subjects
bf neutral Mates, including those of
China and Norway. ,
THE HAGUE, Netherlands, Feb. IL
-The Dutch authorities will make an
inquiry into the attempt of the Ger
man submarine U-2 to torpedo the
steamship Laertes, as it ls suggested
that the attempt was made"** within
Dutch territorial waters.
Comb Sage Tea in
Lifeless, Gray Hair
If Mixed with Sulphur it Darkens
so Naturally Nobody
Grand-mother kept her hair beaur
tiftilly darkened, glossy and abundant ?
with a brew of Sage Tea and Sulphur.
Whenever her hair fell out or took on j
that dull, faded or streaked appear- j
ance, thia simple mixture was applied i
with wonderful effect. By asking at
any drug store for "Wyeth's Sage and
Sulphur Compound," you will get a
large bottle ot this old-time recipe,
ready to use, for about 60 cents. This j
simple mixture can he depended upon g
to ren'orc natural color and beauty, to f
the hair and ls splendid for dandruff, c
dry, itchy scalp and falling hair. t
A well-known downtown druggist c
says everybody uses Wyeth's Sage and
sulphur.- because it darkens so na- p
lurally and evenly that nobody can I
tell it has bvn app1|e4-r4t's so easy ? a
Lo ;;sc, tee Yea simply dampen a i (
?mb or soft brush and draw tt e
through your hair, taking one strand p
it a lime. By morning the gray hair f<
lisappears; after another application
>r. two, it la restored to its _?,ural a
-olor and looks glossy, soft and abun- a
CALL US m
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fully submit designs a
?vert?sing and Printing
Anderson* S. C.
Stunning (.'iris In I
Prfnoe of Ton bil
Selection bf Father Ledochowski, I
a R asian Pole-Causes
I , (By Associated PIM.)
ROME, Feb. ll.-Father Ledochow
ski, a Russian Pole, today was elect
ed general of the Society of Jesus, in
succession to Father Francis Xavier
IBs election caused much comment.
Although the conclave for the election
:>f the "black pope" was surrounded
by Pie greatest secrecy, lt is known
that strenuous efforts were made
igaln to transfer-the supreme com
uand of the powerful society of Jesus
nto Latin hands.
The Spanish Father Martin wak
general of the Socciety of Jesus for
nany years under Pope Leo and Pope
?ius X. When he waa succeeded by
bather Werna this was considered a
rreat triumph for the German ele
nent. At the time of Father Werns's
?lection lt is-said that Emperor Wil
lam sent congratulations.
The generals of the Society of
tesos, the formal name of the or
ganization ot the Jesuits, are elected
or life by the general congregation
if the order, which ia one of monas
Ic origin. The "general of tho so
lety is known ss the "black, pope.'
Father Worn* died August 20 In
tome, a few hours after the death of
.ope Plus. Anxiety over the war is
aid to have hastened bl" end. Then
"ather Fines, assistant Jesuit gen
ral for France, was selected tem
orary hea"d of the qrdcr pending a
Father Ledochowski formerly was
osistant general for Germany. He is
nephew of the late Cardinal - Led
Stunning Gowns In t lie Gorgeous Music)
if Opening The Anderson. Friday iilgli
Bank Circulation and Business of
Loan and Fire Insurance Is
(By Amodated Presa.!
OTTAWA. Ont.. Feb. ll.-A drastic
wsr tax measure wa? proclaimed In
thc Canadian parliament today by
Finance Minister W. T. White. Bank
circulation and the business of loan
and fire insurance companies is tax
ed. A stamp tax is applied to busi
ness and baking transactions.' to
railway; and steamship . tickets, tele
graph nnd cable messages and patent
There ls a customs tariff increase
covering all imports, whether now
dutiable, and the free list of imports
is virtual'?- eliminated. In some
cases the tax is applied from the
beginning of this year, in others it is
applied from today and in some cases
lt will be applied,, in the near future.
Tho special watj tax In the form of
increased customs charge ls applied
from today. It is seven and a half
per cent. Increase to the general und
intermediate tariff rates and five psi
cent InireaBC to British preferential
rates; In the- case, of goods now on
the tree Hst there-hereafter will be a
customs charg?" ot- seven and a half j
pet* 'cent, on "goodk frqm the United
States and elsewhere,' with thc excep
tion of Great. Britain and colonies.
JP. the preferential list, where the
?barge will be five fer cent.
An annual revenue of between
iwenty and twenty-five million dollars
ls expected from the increased tarin
luties and eight million dollars from
If Back Hurto Ute
Salto For Kidneys
Sat less meat if Kidneys feel
like lead or Bladder
Most folks forget that the kidneys,
e the bowels, get sluggish and
and need a flushing occasion
illy, else we have backache and dull
n faery in the kidney 'region, severe
leadaches. rheumatic twinges,, torpid
iver, acid stomach. Sleeplessness and
.11 sorts of bladder disorders.
You simply must keep your kidneys
olive and clean, and the moment yoti
pel an ache or pain in the kidney
eglon, get about four ounces of Jad
laits from any good drug store here,
ike a tablespoonful in a glass of
rater before breakfast for a few day *
nd you.- kidueya will then act fin..
'MB famous salts ia made from tho
old of grapes and lemon Juice, com
ined with llthia, and ls harmless to
lush clogged kidneys and stimulate
lem to normal activity, lt also neu
ralizes the acini in the urine so lt
b<longer irritates, thus ending bind
Jud S tm H is harmless; inexpensive;
lakes a delightful effervescent IPbla
?ater drink which everybody sh.- lld
.ke now and then to keep their kid
eys clean, thus avoiding serious com
A well-known local druggist says
a .TC?I? ?OTO of Jad Salts io ?o?ks who
?lleve in overcoming kidney trouble
bile it is only trouble.
CREAM FOR CATARRH
Tells How Te Get Quick Relief
from Head-Colds. It5? Splendid!
. one minute your clogged nostrils
Ul open the air passage of - your
*d will clear and yon can breath*,
eely. No more hawking, snuffing,
owing, headache dryness; > No
ruggtlag for breath at night; your
ld or catarrh will be gone.
Get a small bottle of Ely's .Cream
tun from your druggist new. Ap
y *> lillie of thies fragrant, nn
tfptic, healing cream in your nos
iis> lt penetrates through every
r passage of Ute "head soothe? the
flamed or swollen mucous membrane
d relief comes instantly.
It's just floe. Don't stay stuffed up
th ,a cold or nasty catarrh-relief
ones no quickly.
Di Spectacle ?"The
il, February lath.
of Rural District
Sec, of Agriculture Houston Say
City People Must Cooperate
(B Associated Press.)
NEWBKRN, N. C., Feb. H.-Secre
I ar v of Agriculture Houston, address'
lng the ?ewbern chamber of com
inesce tonight, advised concent rat lor
it effort in development of rural dis
tricts and lem attention to develop
iront of cities and towns.
He said that eradication of the cat
ie tick and bog cholera were pere
luisite to success to agriculture ir
One of the greatest problems facing
he farmer, said Secretary HouBton, in
retting his crops to market. It ls
dong thia Une that the city people
nust cooperate with the agriculturist.
The farmer must learn how to make
noney." To make money, be must be
aught what crops to grow, the condi
ions to create in which to grow them,
ind how to market them.
Williams is Dead
ii? Firm Helped in Refunding
Debt pf South Carolina-Wide
ly Known as Financier.
(ny Assef_t~! Pr?ts.)
RICHMOND. Va,, Feb. ll.-John
.angbourne Williams,, father of
'omptroller of the Currency John
ikelton Williams, died at his home in
[ila city tonight after an illness of
everal weeks. Ho was 84 years old.
Ir. Williams was widely known
throughout the country aa a banker
nd financier. He entered the bank
lg business In 1858 and became a
?eniber of Lancaster & Co.. financial
gents of the Confederate 8tates. Soon
fier the war he established the firm
t John L Williams & Son, which firm
el ped In refunding.tho debt pf South
urolina. established tho Georgia
ailway and Seaboard Air Lino and
as been activo in the reorganization
ad reestablishment of city railways
i Richmond, Petersburg, Norfolk,
ugusta, Macon. Nashville, New York,
altimore and Knoxville, He waa an
lumnua of tho University of Virginia.
'af t Addresses Club
On Monroe Doctrine
celares War Between Canada
and United States is Impos
TORONTO, Feb. ll.-The largest
itherlng in the history of tho Canad
n club heard William H. Taft's ad
.ess on the Monroe Doctrine today,
ttrcduclng him, Lealle Wilson, the
ub's president acknowledged Cana
l's debt ter tho ' Monroe Doctrine,
Uich he said had simplified matters
r his country on more than one oe
War between Canada and the Unit
States was impossible. Mr. Taft de
ared. He alluded to the fact that
e Geneva convention had awarded
5.000,000 to be paid to the United
ates and aald :
"Voil don't like lt; England didn't
te it; but you paid it like good
Similarly the United Statt?, he said.
1 not like to pay $5,000.000 she waa
llged to pay by the fisheries arbitra
m. But ahe paid it.'
Mr. Taft said be supported Presl
nt Wilson? policy toward the
tropean nations now at war.
MONTGOMERY, Ala., Feb. ll.-The
?te supreme court today affirmed
? findings of the lower -court in the
se against Theo Lacy, former chief
rk of the Alabama convict depart
nt. charged with embezzling $50,000
State fonds. Lacy was convicted
an indictment one year ago, sen
iced to ten years Imprisonment.
nrpedo Boat Destroyer Launched.
sHILa.bELPHIA. Feb. ll--The
pedo boat destroyer Winslow was
ached today at the Cramp ?hip
.d?. Misa Natalie Emslie Winslow,
igbter of Rear Admiral Cameron
l\ Winslow. Newport. R. U was
rdU members the Only Way t
Make Good Is to Keep
(Hy AaauUtod Pren.)
WASHINGTON, Fob. H.-Hreshlei,
Wileon received the members of th
Natlonul Council of (bc Hoy Scouts ?
America today and presented meda]
to several scouts, one pf them fo
Speaking to the Hov Scout J. I'res
dent Wilson said:
"I am sincerely glad to have th
pleasure of this visit '.om you an
to have an opportunity to exp-ees m
very sincere interest, not only in th
organization of the Hoy Scouts, but I
the objects that the organization ha:
From all thnt I know of it and froi
nil that I have been able to observ
personally, it is an admirable organ
ir.otlon devoted to the objects that 1
myself, thoroughly believe In.
"There ls one rule in the world an
lt applies to all professions; that h
that you arc ex poe led to make goo?!
No excuses are allowed In this schoc.
of life. The only way to make good 1
to keep awake. That ls the reason
like the idea of the Hoy Scouts: 1
gives them some notion of their helm
responsible to society. They are re
sponsible to thc people who Uv
around them, to help maintain tlv
nt anda rd;, ol' order and of fidelity
which arc the only things that holds i
"A man who devotes himself to de
vjelopment of Iiis own character wit
succeed in nothing except making ?
prig. I have always maintained, ii
the language of manufacture tha
character is a by-product. Jf you se
to work to make it because you lovi
yourself, you make an ass. lt yoi
disregard tho-consequences to your
self in order to serve other people, yoi
make a noble gentleman."
Free Flower Seed.
- Tells You About lt
If you are engaged in farming, Ol
If you plant only vegetables or flow
ers, you cannot afford to be without
the bbl catalogue published fresh and
new every year hy the great South
ern seed house. H. O. Hastings fi
Company, of Atlanta, Qa., and sent ab
solutely free, postage paid, to all v he
write for lt, mentioning the name ol
In this catalogue we tell you ot s
splendid offer of free flower seed to
all our customers, -five magnificent
varieties that mean beauty about your
home nnd a pleasure to wives and
daughters that nothing else can give.
This catalogue tells you, too, about
our big cash prise offer to,the Corn
Club boys of your state. It tells all
about our fine yielding varieties of
corn and cotton-the kind we grow on
our oWh 3.200 acre farm. lt tells
about the best seeds ot all kinds for
planting in the South. It should be
.In every Southern borro. Write to
day and let us send lt to you.-H. G.
HA6TING8 A CO., Atlanta, Ga.-Advt.
Buyers Are the People
Who Read Advertisements.
They Know Their Wants, but
Want to Know Where to Supply
Them, mr" '
WE BUY AND SELL DEBTS
it anyone owes you money furnish
us an itemised written statement of
WE GET THE MONEY
If you owe anyone money, we will
help you pay the debt by
Our Mutual Leah Pisa.
Our "Indian" will call on slow pay.
ers and collect had debts.
That is hin business.
MUTUAL LOAN COMPANY
105 1-2 W. Benson St
Anderson, S. C.
Use a tittie astra money to
good advantage Jost BOW?
Haven't yo? something to sufi?
Do yo? own something yr? no
longer aaa, bot which 'Jt otfered
at a bargain price would ap
peal at cece to some one wno
does need it?
An INTELLIGENCER Want
Ad win tim Hie trick.
Condensed Passenger Schedule
PIEDMONT ft NORTHERN BA IL WAI
EffectlTC January 17th, 1915.
No. 81.8:2,"> a. m.
No, .Tl.19:00 a. ni.
No. S"..11:40 a. m.
No. ?7.1:i:i j?, m.
o. 89.3:10 p. ni.
No. ll.<:.0i> p. m.
No. 48. 0:20 p. nt.
No. 80.7.15 a. nt.
No. 82.,. 9:00 n. m.
No. 84.10:80 a. Bf,
No. 86.12413 p. m.
No. 88 .2:80 p. ta*
No. 40.4:4S p. m.
No. 42.8:10 p. ?...
.C. S. ALLEN,
Premier Carrier of the South In Con
nection with Blue Ridge. From
Anderson, S. C.
117.50 Cincinnati, Ohio.
And return account of National
Educational Association. Tickets on
sale February 20. 21 and-2?nd, with
return limit March 3rd, 1915.
$4.80 (hm lotto. N, (.
And return account of Laymen's
Missionary Movement. Tickets on
Bale February 14th and 15th, with re
turn limit February 2^2nd. 1915.
$18-85 Tampa, Fia.
And return account of Gasparllln
Carnival. Tickets on sale February
9th to 15th, with return limit Febru
ary 26th. By payment of $1.00 exv
tension will be granted until March
$15.00 Mobile, Ala.
And return account of Mardt Oras
Celebration. Tickets on salo Febru
ary 9th to 15th with return limit
February 28th. By payment of $1,00
extension Will bo granted until March
15th. 191 C.
$19.20 New Orleans, La.
And return account of Mardi Gras
Celebration. Ticke;* on aale Febru
ary 9th to 16th, with return limit
February 26th. Br payment of $1.00
extension will be granted on tickets
until March ist h.
$14J>5 Pensacola, Fla.
And'return account or. Mardine ras
C:-'6bratIon. Tickets on salo''Febru
ary 9th to 16th, with return limit.
February 26th. By payment of $1.00
extension will be granted until
March 15th, -
r'c,\ oiiE?ip??iy 'iaiuriuaUca, tickets
and pullman enervation call on ticket'
agent; or write.
W. R. Taber, T. P. A.
Greenville, 8. C.
W. E. McGee. AG PA,
Columbia. 8, C.
Charleston & Western
To and From the
No. 22 .... 6:00 A. M.
No| 6. 3:35 P. M.
No. 5 . . .40:50?. M.
No. 21 .... 4:55 P. M.
rates, etc., promptly
E. WILLIAMS, G. P. A.,
I Augusta, Ga.
T. B. CURTIS, C A.,
Anderson, S. C.
Through Pullman Sleeping Car Serries
Premier Carrier of the Sert h
Effective Sunday, November 22nd,
1914. Sleeper bandied on
Nos. 27 an? 28.
S a BU Vi . CVi?leston Ar. 9:40 p. m.
18:61 r- m. luy colombia Ar 4:45 p. ra.
4:89 p. m. Lv Spartanburg Ar 1:45 poa,
T:80 p. m. LY Asheville Ar 9:20 a m.
13:95 ? m. Lv Knoxville Lv 5:10 a. m.
10:65 a m. Ar Cincinnati Lv 3r35 a m.
9:00 p. m. Ar Chicago Lv 8:55 e.. m.
Passengers from Auderson ' and
Greenville territory wp* make connec
tions by leaving on traine. Noa. lo
to Greenville and 13 to Spartanburg
sud'connecting there with the Chica
In addition to the through sleeper to
Chicago, Drawing Room Sleeper,
Standard Pullman Sleeper, Dining
*ar and through coach.
For full and complote information,
tickets and pullman reservation eal!
Mt any ticket agent, or write
W- ?R- Taber, T. P. A., Greenville
??MtV;. E. McGee. A. 0 1
iiwnv. a. c.