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Ail advertisement over twsntj-fivi
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WASTED-To correspond, confi
dentially, with anyone d?sirions ot
becoming permanently cured, of the
morphine or whiskey habit. The
KEELEY INSTITUTE, COLUM
BIA, a 0. Box 76.
WANTED-Colored boy to work on
farm, must have farm experience.
Apply Columbia Tailoring Co.
WANTED TO BUY-An alb Iron safe.
Apply at once to C. H. Bleich, care
, of The Anderson Theatre.-Dtf.
rANTED-To sell cotton seed hulls
a*d meai. Prices right. B. N.
Wyatt, the IS Coal Man. Thone
WANTED-The privilege to cure
tobacco users st home. $5.00 boys
the core. Information lt desired.
THE KEELEY INSTITUTE, CO
LUMBIA, & C., BOX 75.
FOR SALE-Barred Plymouth Rocks,
Altoona layers from record, yards of
260 to 272 eggs the year. IS Kar
re tts, quickest growers, largest
chickens. Eggs from Altoona lay
ers $2 for 16. Eggs from 18 Kar
rott yard |1.50 for ' 16. Pulletts
?1.00 each, fine cockerels $1.60 to
$2.00 each. J. C. Stribbling, Pendle
ton, 8. G.-2-6*6ip.
DO TOD WEAR Rosenberg's Clothes,
or Just clothes? Spf lng styles nave
arrived. Rosenberg, Tailor and
Cleaner. Phone 414.-l-2S-tf.
Dr. C. Mack Sander? \
Associated arith Dr. J. Levis Sanders.
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Office 304-6-6 Bleckley Building. t
Office Phone 429. Residency Phone 149 1
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DR. J. E. WATSON I
GENERAL PRACTICE c
Office ia Ligon & Ledbetter Building. J
y North Main'Street. a
. Office Phone 210. h
Resldenco Phone 886. ' 1
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OF A E
ms Sf ?tats. Tarta Times M ?tala,
i words prorsta flor each additional
be used ia a month mada oa appU
taaa .tf beats, cash la ?vdvanes.
>hons directory yost earn telephone
>o malled after Ita Insertion for
WB BUT PEA8 ead pay the sash.
Parama SmKb-See dm na. Phone
Repainting Automobiles, Carriages
and Buggies, with high grade lead for
first ?outs, well mixed colors next,
and finished with superior varrijkes.
Will render service to please.
' PAUL. E. STEPHENS.
SMITH'S LAYING MASH-Mr. Jess
Dobbins Says:-Mine gets it ss
regular as the day, comes and they
? don't leave lt until they clean lt
up. I'm getting SOME eggs. Fur
msn Smith, Seedsman, Phone 464.
FOR BENT-5 room house on West
Market street. J. S. Fowler.-2-ll-6t
LOST-A gold watch fob with locket
attached. Reward if returned to
Record Breaking Fruit Crap.
TAMPA, Fla,, Feb. 12.-Shipments
)f citrus fruits from Florid this sea
son total more than 20,000 carloads.
According to figures announced here
:oday. Present estimates. Indicate this
rear's crop will break all previous
. WH1 Demand Kare Salary. J
BOSTON, Feb. 12.-"Bill" James.
>ne of the men who pitched the Bos
on Nationals jo s -vorld's champlon
ihip lsst fall, v/ro:?- to a friend here
?day that neewaa negotiating for an
ncrease in salary and would not re
mit unless his demands were granted.
Bis three-year contract, signed last
luly, cal's for 14,000 a year. It la un
lerstood hs wants $6,000.
CDT THIS OUT NOW
If you don't want it today, you may
text week. Send this advertisement
Ad 5 cents to Foley ft Co? Chicago,
il., writag your name and address
learly. You receive in return three
rial packages-Foley's Honey and
^ar Compound for coughs, colds,
roup and grippe; Foley Kidney
Hilf*, for weak or disordered kidney!
bladder; Foley Cathartic Ta" .?ts.
, pleasant, wholesome and cleansing
lurgatlve, just the thing for winter's
luggish bowels and torpid Hirer,
'hese well known standard remedios
br sSie by Evana' Pharmacy.
IIND AND QUJ
IE SU LT S
sf aptory Servi
ALI US i
693-L and 521
ivertising and Printing
Anderson* S. C.
Stunning* beauty choras in the tone
Fr orri Belton
BELTON, Feb. IS.-The : play Fer
guson ot Troy is to be. presented
ruosday night february lSth at tho
jpera house here. Delightful special
ties are to be given between acts by
\ number of ?ell trained* children
md also by the local quarette. This
play promises to be very entertaining
ind the price of admission ls low
kal musical si
enough that all may attend and have a
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kay of North
Carolina are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ola
Kay on River street
Mrs. H. J. Alderman and children of
AIcolu are visiting Mrs. Mary Geer,
Mrs. Alderman's mother.
Mr. Casll Willingham of Belton has
gone to Pendleton aa depot agent to
succeed Mr. B. A. Wlllcon. Basil's
roany friends here wish him all suc
cess ia ?1S r?<i:?V puaitioii.
Mrs. H. "P. McDaniel and Mrs. N.
Clarence Cllnkscales and Miss Louise
Horton were the guests of Mrs. Mar
shall Shirley In Honea Path Wednes
Mr. and Mrs. Williams of Honea
Path are visiting Mrs. Joel Kay on
Mrs. J. IC. Phillips la visiting her
mother, Mrs. Sims, near Pclzer.
Mrs. Frank Matt ison vim h .13 been j
Ul with plurisy at her home on Brown
avenue ls rapidly recovering. :
Miss Celia Morris who has heen vis
iting Mr. and Mrs. P. Berlin , for some
time*, has returned to her home in
Mrs. W. J. Moorhead was among the
visitors in Anderson Wednesday.
Miss Leola Gurge spent last week
end with her sister. Mrs. Rothrock in
Mrs. A. W. Both* /pent Wednesday
Miss .Claudine. Skelton went to An
derson Tuesday afternoon to accom
pany Miss Ruby Williford home. Miss
WiUiford ls still too ill to return to
; her work.
Mlas Marguerite Adams is still very
Ul at Mr. M. T. McCuen'e residence.
Miss Kuphenla Young of Due West is
nursing her and her father. Mr. J.
Duncan Adams of Colour da ia at her
Mra W. C. Weir of Greenville, who
has been visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. G. W. Clement haa returned
Mrs: W. C. Brown..Mra. U D. Blake
and Mrs. Will C. Cllnkscales spent
Thursday afternoon in Anderson.
MISS Cleo Norris who Is teaching
at Shady Grove; is spending the week
end at her home in Golden Grove.
Mrs, H. S. Broome .who baa been
quite sick at her home on Anderson
street, is very much improved.
Miss Eunice Vandivor of Anderson
spent ?sst week-end with the Misses
Broome on Anderson street.
Mrs. E. T. Tollison has returned
from a vllt to rtlatlvfc in Greenville.
Mis Lillie Jennings the popular
matron at Connie Maxwell orphanage,
la visiting the family of Mr. A. M. Ma
lone on Popular avenue. .
Mr. and Mrs. LL M. St cn sell and
children spent last week-end with the
family of M*. T. W. Cox.
Mrs. J as."A. McDaniel who has been
?visiting Mrs. A. C. Latiner, returned
to her home in Gr*>euvtlle Thursday.
-Mrs. 3. T, West left Friday for a
?week's visit u> relatives in Columbia.
I' Little Miss Lucile Green gave quite
a pretty birthday dinner party to a
number of ber little friends Saturday.
They met at the church and wee* con
veyed to the pretty home of the hos
?tess near Bilton In cavriagee and a
?genuinely happy day was spent Lucile
?received a number of beautiful pres
ienta which were much enjoyed by the
Kiss MattlftvVaudirer ?neat part of
Tuesday afternoon In Honea Path.
Mrs. Alice B. Leitmar spent Weft
r ft?Mit," the opening attraction at th <
ncsday in Anderson tho guest of Mrs,
Margaret Van Wycke.
Mr. John M. Goer of Greenville
spent Tuesday In town \ 1th his brotb
or. Mr. H. M. Geer.
Mr. Eugene Geer who is a senior at
Carolina is at home tor. a short visit to
his parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Geer.
Mr. and Hrs. Jas. Heatherly of Tux
edo North Carolina aro visiting the
family of Mr Fitz Hopper. Mrs.
Heatherly was very popular hero as
...?o., i Hopper and hoi many
friends are glad to welcome .er back .
to Belton. .
Mrs. E. C. Frierson is teaching for
Miss Marguerite Adams during her ill
Miss Elizabeth Webb of Hopewell is
visiting Miss Antonia Smith.
Mr.VW. D. Cox spent Sunday with bis
parents-in H-onea Path.
Rev. H. W. Provence Bpent Sunday
with Mr. and Mra. A. H. Campbell on
South Main street. .
Mr. J A Thompson of the Southern
Bell Telephone company with head
quarters In Anderson spent Tuesday
Mrs, W. H. Cobb gave a beautiful
spend-the-day' party Tuesday to some
of her friends. ? delicious dinner was
served, the'table being rory pretty
with its centerpiece of narcessus and
dainty little place cards giving them a
foretaste of the Valentine season so
near at band. Those who were In
vited to this pleasant function were:
Mesdames W. E. Greer, Jessie B.
Lewis, F. M. Cox, C. F. Cox and J. C.
Miss Emmie Var.dlver of Anderson
Bpent the past week with her aunt,
Mrs. D. R. Simmons, of Craytonvlllo
Messrs. C. H. Gassaway, H. L. Flagg
nnd Tom Shirley of Long Beach spent
Tuesday in Belton on business.
Miss Pallis and Zuella Wright were
visitors to Anderson Tuesday.
The' library was open Saturday af
ternoon at 3:30 o'clock for the story
tour. Mfa. Frierson slways bas some
thing interesting in stove for the chil
Iren and certainly this was nb ex
ception to tho rule. The children w?re
there on time and went away happy
>ecause they had be?n well entertain
Mr. and Mra. M. E. Holliday of
roney Creek were business visitor to
,Mrs. A. J. Willingham entertained
li? ??liow???i ??UI?S st an elegant din
ier Monday: Mesdames Sara Kay,
*ancy Willingham. Amanda Wllllng
lam, Preston . Willingham, Marion
Srsklne. John Madden, all of Relton,
ind Miss Emma Meredith of Hones
Mra Sullivan and Mrs. McHughes
?f Anderson spent ?revers! d*ys with
sra. Fred Candle on South Main
treet the past week.
T,Irs. J. E. Covington of Greenville
pent part of this week with ber
laughter, Mrs. J. E. Harper.
Earn to Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Brad
er on February ll twin boys".'
Mra. Wallace Bmlth of Greenville
pent'Thursday with her sister, Mrs.
. E. Harper.
When cordite or troubled with con
tipatlon take Chamberlain's Tablets,
'hey are easy to take and most agree
bl? la effect. Obtainable everywhere.
e Anderson, Friday night, February 19.
o PENDLETON SCHOOL o
Thc girls of tho school seem to be
Interested in the iomato club and aw
very eager to bo at work. The bot
bcd has. already been finished and Mr.
Hanna ls going to plant tomato seed
and furnish plants t? the members
ot the club. This ?rill be a great help
in starting them off right, and we all
wish them great success In tholr
There ls also being done a great
deal of work on the school grounds.
Tho yards uro being cleaned and cul
tivated fdr planting flowers.
Wo are very glad to say that we are
Mill having new pupils enrolled.
There wore four new ones enrolled
Mrs. Hanna's sewing club ls pro
greslng nicely. New pupils are Join
ing each week. She is teaching va
rious kinds of tatting, ciochet, and
The members of the Civic League
are having our school building wir
ed for electric lights. The work ls
being done by Messrs. - Vedder and
Philip Sltton. This will be a great
Improvement. They expect to have an
entertainment soon to help pay for
Mr. NV. W. Sroosk, the editor of The
anderson Daily Intelligencer, visited
mn- school Thursday morning. He
save us a very Interesting talk on
the advantages of an education. He
came to the meeting of the Farmers
Society and having spare time visited
as. Everyone enjoyed having him and
hope he will visit the school again
he next time that he is in our town.
The pupils of the ninth grade bad a
very Interesting debate last Monday
m the question of "Compulsory Edu
cation." Very strong arguments were
presented on both sides.
Tho ninth and tenth grades BtocJ
heir final examinations on English
jos weeK and had very good papers.
rhe Day Io Congress
WASHINGTON, Feb. 12.-SENATE:
Act at noon.
Fjules committee deferred action on
?varal cloture proposals.
Investigation of senatorial cam
>atgns in Pennsylvania, Illinois and
?thor States deterred.
Senator Lee. of Maryland, read j
"in col n *a Gettysburg address.
Adjourned fl*, ft: &K ?. m. mitti noon
HOUSE: Met at ll a. m.
Debate continued on sundry civil
Addresses delivered In celebration
if Lincoln's birthday
Adjourned at 6:36 p. m. until ll a.
io Yen Find Fault With ?vervbedyt
An irritable, faultfinding disposition
i oft-m due to a disordered stomach,
.man with good digestion ls nearly
lwaya good- natured. A great many
ave been- permanently benefited by
bamberlain's Tablets after years ot
uff erin g. These tablets strengthen
io stomach and enable ii Ui perform
a functions naturally. C btalnabla
?rory where. /'
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Condensed Passenger Schedule
PIEDMONT * NORTHERN KA?LVYAI
Effective January 17th, 1911.
No. 31.8:20 a. m.
No. 33. 10x00 a. m.
No. 35.11:40 a. m.
No. 87. .. .. lsl? p. ns.
No. 39. 8:40 p. fa,
No. 41.<MH> p. m.
No. 48.9:20 - m.
No. 30.7.18 ru m.
No. 82.9i90 a. m.
No. 84 .10:30 a. ?a.
No. 86.12.00 p. m.
No. 88 . 2:30 p. ra.
Ko. 40.4:45 ?>
No. 42.8:10 p. c
.C 8. ALLEN,
Premier Carrier of the Sonta In Coa- ?
nection with Bluo Ridge, Prom
Anderson, 8. C.
$17.50 Cincinnati, (Hilo.
And return account of National
Educational Association. Tickets on
salo February 20. 21 and 22nd, with
return limit March 3rd, 1015.
$4.80 Charlotte, N. C.
And return account of Laymen's
Missionary Movement. Tickets on
sale February 14th and 15th. with re
turn limit February 22nd, 1915. -
$18?5. Tampa, Pla.
And return account ofNlasparllln
Carnival. Tickets on sale February
9th to 15th, with return limit Febru
ary 26th. By payment of 31.00 ex
tension will he granted until March
$1840 Mobile, Ala.
And return account ot Mardi Oras
Celebration. Tickets on sale Febru
ary 9th to 16th with return limit
February 26th. By payment of 11.00
extension will be granted until March
$1U20 New Orleans, La.
And return account of Mardi Orsa.
Celebration. Tickets on salo Febru
ary 9th to 15th, with return limit
February 26th. By payment of $1.00
extension will be granted on ticket?
until March 16th.
' $144$ Pensacola, Pla.
And return account ot Mardi Qras
Celebration. Tickets on sale Febru
ary 9th to 16th, with return limit
February 26th. By imymont of 91.00
extension wRl be granted until
March 15th. '
For complete Information, tickets
and pullman reservation call on ticket
agent, or write.
W. R. Taber, T. P. A.
OretnvIUv. C. *"*.
W. E. McGee, AGPA,
_ Columbia. S. C.
Charleston & Western
To and From the
No. 22 . .. ^ 6:00 A. M.
No| 6 ..... 3:35P.M.
No. 5 . .10:50 A. M.
No. 21 .... 4:5$ P. M.
rates, etc.; promptly
E. WILLIAMS, G. P. A.,
T. B. CURTIS, C. A.,
Anderson. S. C._
?rongh rollman Sleeping Car Service
Press!? Carrier of the Benth
???CuT? Sunday, November zspa.
1914. Bleeper handled oa
Nos. 87 aa? 28.
?a. m. LT. Charleston Ar. 0:40 p. m.
:E5 p. m. LT Columbia Ar 4:46 a. ns.
?:?o p. m. LT Bpartanburg Ar 1:45 pm
7:30 p. m. LT Ashe7ille Ar 9:20 a ta.
3:0$ a- m. LT Knoxville Lv 6:10 a, m.
9:58 a m. Ar Cincinnati Lr 6:35 a m.
9:00 p. m. Ar Chicago Lr 8:6$ au m.
Passengers from Anderson and
treenville territory will stake oonnec
1'oar hy leaving on tra?an Noa. IS
> Greenville and 12 to Spartaahnrg
nd connecting there with the Chlca
In addit'on to the through sleeper io
hi cago, Drawing Boost Sleeper,
tanda rd Pullman Sleeper, Bining
ar 2nd througi? coach.
For full and completa information,
tokets and pullman reservation call
n any ticket agent or wrUa
r. E. Taber, T. P. A.. Oreen
?., or W. EL MeC*e, A.
Kfcta, a c.