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New Orleans Cotton.
NEW ORLEANS. Feb:'- J 24.-Al
lilUUgit liier? wwiuuc'u btruiicu ?cu
tlnient In cotton today, tho oversold
condition caused twa? strong spurts
which put. prices materially higher.
Soon after the first call the market
advanced a dollar a bale from the
initial decline, and at the .end of the
scasion, there was another advance of
9 to 10 points.
Cables were higher than due, but
their influence was* offset by the
rumor that Americans bad been at
tacked in Germany- Selling which
resulted put the market 8 to 9 points
under yesterday's close, bul when
shorts tried to take profits on the de
cline there was little cotton for aale
and the market bulged 19 to 20 points.
In the early afternoon bearish talk
rgardlng he effects bf thc war on the
cotton trade caused a break of about
10 points which was followed by an
other bulge, thc close being withing
a couple of points of the highest of
Cotton futures "closing:
March 7.87; May 8.13; July 8.33:
October 8.59; December 8.74.
Spot cotton easy. 13 points lower.
Sales on the spot bales; to arrive 375.
LIVERPOOL. Feb. 24.-Cotton, spot
easy; good middling 5.21; middling
'4.89; low middling 4.50. Sales 8.000;
speculation . and export; 2^000. Re
ceipts 6,358. ,u' '
Futures Arm; May-June 4.83; June
July 4.87; July-August 4.92; October
November 5.03 1-2; January-February
5.10 1-2. ? 4> > ? .
CHICAGO. Feb 24.-Hogs strong.
Hulk $6.556)0.55; light $6.5006.75;
mixed 16.40(96.70; heavy $6.15(0)6.65;
rough *6.15<8>fl.3e: pigs *5.76t3>6.R0.
Cattle strong. Native steers,$5.G0$2
9.10; cows and. heifers S3.60@>7.75;
calves $7? 10.60." *> 1
Sheep strong. Sheep $6.8507.75;
yearlings S7.t55(Lr8.50; lambs $email@example.com.
I am the map to fla your teeth
so you can eat the pis that I put
la the Piedmont' Belt.
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I make platea at $6.50
I maim sold crowns at$4.00
SUver fttUncs? SOo and up.
Gold ffflmgs $1.00 ajad im
Painless Extracting 4G*f.
I make a specialty of treating
Pyorrhea, Alveolarla Of the gums
and all crown and bridge work
and regulating mal formed teeth.
All work guaranteed first-class.
Comea to Him
Who opens a Barings
aeceeet^aad adis to lt
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-He ls ta a position te
lake advsBtage of op]
pori unities when pro
Bank of Anderson
The Strongest Bank fa
ll M MeGcwa's Grocery!
Chickens Require Food
Just as Human Be
We have Chick feed for th* little
"Biddles**. Scratch feed and a
splendid Dry Laying Mash which
?takes h eu- lay egg?. Prices right.
J. M. McCOWN
Phone No. S3.
New York Cotton.
NEW YORK. Feb. 24.-^Cotton re
VUlCira un rrai'ij ]:JBB ?uiilie lu?uj a
trading, and closed very steady at a
net advance of 9 to ll points. Closing
prices were tbe best of the day.
Liverpool did not fully respond to
yesterday's local decline and prices
here opened steady at an advance of
1 to 4 points, but the market weak
ened under the pressure of overnight
selling orders and some further of
ferings from southern sources.. Be
fore the end of the first halt hour, ac
tive months sold ' 8 to. 10 points lie*
lower or about 70 to 86 points below
the -high level of last month.
Liverpool was a very big buyer on
the decline. Prices soon rallied in
consequence, and sentiment became
slightly more optimistic owing to re
ports that there had been no chauge
In shipping conditions and thc ab
sence of any indication of a weaken
ing of the spot situation.
Renewed investment buying and
covering of shorts on the advance car-?
ried prices about 8 to ll points net
higher, but reactions followed rumors
that the allies might declare al) Ger
man good liable to seizure on thc
seas. These rumors, however, were
not confirmed and the market rallied
again In the late trading on a renewal
of active Liverpool buying and cover
Cotton futures closed very steady.
Open. High. Low. Close.
March ..... 8.10 8.22 8.02 8.22
May. 8.38 8.46 8.26 8.45
July. 8.69 8.68 8.47 8.67
October .. .. 8.88 8.96 8.77 8.94
December . . 9.02 9.11 8.93 9.11
Cotton Seed Oil.
' NEW YORK. Feb. 24.-Cottonseed
oil advanced 16 to 18 points early to
day, regaining practically all of yes
terday's IOSB, on short covering and
frosh outside buying on the firmness
in lard and cotton; Later, however,
there was a partial setback unde*
realizing, final prices showing oet
gains ot 8. to 10 points on the princ pal
positions. Sales 21,600.
The market closed easy. Spot and
February $6.8007; March C$.8O0(1.83;
April $6.8706.90; May $6.9206.93;
June $6.9807.02; July $7.1207:13;
August $7 2007.22: September $7.30?
Stocks and Bonds.
NEW YORK. Feb. 24.-Stocks mani
fested a moderate degree of resistance
today, prices recovering sharply In
the afternoon after an early period cf
depression and closing with numer
ous fractional" gains. Professional
selling was less aggressive, the short
Interest proceeding cautiously in con
sequence of a lessening of the strain
in the foreign situation.
The persistent selling of the past
few days had made the market some.,
what vulnerable on the bear side and
impartial observers said the short in
terest is out ot all proportion to the
amount of business transacted. This
was evidenced in the scarcity of
stocks during today's covering move
Foreign selling ol stocks' was less
marked, but offerings of high class
bonds continued. London's market
tor internationals -vas mare steady,
much of thc foreign selling emanating
from Amsterdam, and Indicating fur
Most of today's moderato overturn
Occurred in thc first hour at the lower
ievol of prices. During that tune the
shares of the roads traversing the cot
ton States exhibited greatest weak
ness, both Louisville & Nashville and
Seaboard Air Line repeating minimum
Foreign exchane was again a dis
turbing element, demand bills on Lon
don falling to within a fraction of the
low record, but making substantial
recovery later. Relchmarks sold un
ler all previous quotations' and for
eign money markets were feverish:
CHICAGO, Feb. 34.-Wheat readily
advanced today in response to foreign
buying that waa associated with much
reduced estimates of the Argentine
sxportable surplus. Although some
sf* the gain waa not held, the mar
ket closed firm, 2 3-402 7-8 to" 3c
tbove last night. Other net tlmprove
nents were: Corn 34 to 7-801; oats,
l 1-4. and packing bou?e products lu
to 22 1-2.
Grain and provisions close:
Wheat, may $1.56 8-4; July $1.38 3-8.
Corn, May 74 1-2; July 76 3-4.
Ooate, May 57 i-f; July 64 1-2.
Cash grain: Wheat. No. 2 red,
11.54 1-401.67; No. 2 hard, $1.65 1-4
SORE, TED FEET
Good-bye sore feet, burning fest, awol
feat; sweaty feet, smelling feet, tired
Good-bye corn?, callouses, bunions and
raw spots. No
jgfcw more anee tight*
# vSa_ naas, no more Inap
<5-#*?rUfcw lag wi* pain or
MTI'IJSB drawing np your
I?*!*. ygUm face la agony.
Tpgft K JPSj "TIZ" U magical,
AJQAj?aflpv^ acta right off.
J7*JJMKJA "tiz" ?rews ont
T^^L^T-n J *** th? poisonous
^-^^JS \ M Jh eicidationa which
SfA-^n/jT> puff up the feet.
NZ?ay tJae "TTiT* aad for
get your foot
m tarry. Ahl kew corafortabk* yeer feet
foal Get a 25 cent box cf "TIZ" now at
say druggist or department store Don't
puffer. Have good feet, gl?d feet
that nev? swell, never hurt, never get
Ur?d. A year's foot comfort guaranteed
*r teeney refund eil,
1 Hopewell News
Rev. O. L. Martin filled lila usual
I u?nw.intninni Ratnr<lay ft. m.. and Bun
day n. tn. Preached two able sermon!
aa be always docs.
We were disappointed in the con
gregation for we thought there hat!
been so many Sundays thia wlntei
that tlte people could not assembb
together at the house of God. that th?
whole church would be there; bu
the congregation was small. 1 thlnl
?ve are tried In many ways to see 1
ou.- faith is strong. God in bis mys
tc itou* ways will keep us fron
church, then give us an opportunit;
to see if we will go, then if we fal
to go, I believe many ttraes be send
things on us so we can't go. I woul
like to bear someone else speak o:
Mr. B. !.. Mitchell and wife worship
ped with us Sunday. It looked good t
see them again. He bas been ou
leader in music for many yea?, bi
has moved to Anderson, and we mis
him and bis family very much. W
appreciated him very much indeed. H
bas dono a good work at Hopewell an
bas been wry faithful, and we hop
he will take up work In his new hom
and work as faithful as he did for u
Christ .'ayr, ''He that 1B faihtful I
a few thins I will make thee rub
Mr. Jas. White, who bas been sic
many weeks with side plurtsy, is in
proving very slowly, is able to 's
on the porch In the sunrhinc in goc
weather. We ml?s him at church vei
much indeed. His place was nevi
vacant only when sickness of the fan
ily kept him away. He IIUB been
faithful deacon and Sunday sebo
teacher for many years, and wh<
we are used to Boeing one present s
the time, even if they take no acti
part, their abronco makes a great v
caney, but such men as Mr. Whit
their places can't be filled. If *i
had more such men the world wou
bo much better. I never heard N
White pray without asking Goc
blessing on the sick. He was siwa
thoughtful of them and 'prayed f
Mrs. Stringer bas also been el
for several weeks or months ratln
hut ig rome better. We hope she w
get able to worship with us aga
even if she is in the eighties. She
a faithful mother of Israel. A sweel
Christian character wc harto net
known, even after she has suffer
those many weeks, not a murmur <
we hear from her lips about it, I
her race alione with angelic brig!
ness. It 1B sweet to sec that in affl
Mr. Jno. Thompson, who has bc
sick so long and was operated on
Augusta, for gastric ulcer, hos nc
regained himself from the oporat:
yet. The operation relieved the
digestion. He can eat as he hos i
been able to do in many years, 1
don't improve much.
Mr. and Mrs. Jno. McDaniel hat
new comer at their home In the phi
of a boy. We always have, and
ways will need boys, for what wo
home, school, Sunday .school, pl
fun, frolic, switches, strings, roc
slings, dogs, calves and everything
without boys. Our future depends
the boys. We want more boys i
better boy3-of course, girls too.
Mr. 8. C. Fowler bas moved !n
litiw ucusc, though not quite comp
ed. Ho ba's a nice seven room ?
We have a new R. F. D. carrier
route 1 now, Mr. Gilllard. Mr. Col
our former carrier bas some Incurs
trouble of the blood vessels of
thro it and resigned We hope
new man will like his people ,
we hope to like him, but its a h
place to BU to please everyone,
ought to be more thoughtful, kind
grateful to those mon who ha*.!;
same thing to do the year round,
kind word, a bag of fruit, a melon, ?
will help their days to be shorter
brighter In their routes. OUr s
pathy goes ont to Mr. Coker and 1
bia days will be long and happy
oven thought ho can't take s
nourishment, he can live many y<
Miss Ina Carter, who has utter
Limestone one session, and u
Christmas, bas decided to stay at1 h
and give her time to music. She
purchased her a new piano and
begin taking at once. We are gla
many people are waking up to
fact that musicians can be modi
well ss born. Fifty years ago i
people thought If a child didn't 1
a talent for music, it was ?seles
try to t?ach them music. Pe
have changed their minds now,
children have learned to play v
also sing well by training, and I t
it 1B the duty of all parents to do I
duty ss far as they are able to
each child a musical education, fi
times wo And a bidden talent
develops, when'If they had not
educated tn music they would
never known they had any mus?
them. What ls there that ts i
charming than music? Did you
see a human so busy, so debase?
hardened,'that they wouldn't ste
listen at sweet mustcT I never d
* The legislature ls trying to J
naw laws concerning compulsory
cation, and havte fatted tu* ta*
I wish they would make a law
pelling every school to have a i
eal Instrument, half ss many sit
books ss thev have pupils, and
pell every child to sing every moi
Just as they would be to say a le
Tn this way they would carry
lng Into every borne. Parents \i
catch the enthusiasm. They'll
U to Sunday school and church
the good singing there will atti
good congregation to hear the g
Preached, and no telling wher
would end, all for one little law.
Hopewell school bod a Une da;
friday. They observed Wash Inj
birthday. Opened by school ali
"America." The literary society
arranged ibo program, which
well rendered to be so new. Tl
?tety bsd Just met once before,
era) recitations by small chi
Jokes by Ham Webb, carrent e
by IA roy Fowler, declamation
Ches? Martin, Instrumental solo by
Gladys Mahoffey. declamation by
Gordon Wilson. "Ked, White and
Blue," sung by primary pupils and
acted J>y three little boys and four
little girls. They had their first de
bate, "Shall women have equal suf
frage UH ?u??i." Affirmative, Charley
Watkins and Paul Kowalskai; nega
?ivr ui..,nn ?c!t -nd ""'."h Wclbero.
The Judges decided in favor of the
negative, but they did tine for the
first. They faced it without a paper
too. Although they forgot rome of lt
was better without a paper.
We had several or the ladies and
mothers present; also our superin
tendent, J. B. Pelton. He made a
splendid speech, encouraging them all.
urging them to go onward and up
ward, and above all lo come every
day. "f jr that ls where success lies,"
he said. Few people know that they
cripple, their children for life when
(hey allow them to miss a day In each
week, but it does the majority of them
that way. Of course some will suc
ceed anyway, but not many. Let us
help the teachers by sending them
every day, rain or shine. All true
parents want their children to be a
success In the world, but they can't
be without an education. They can't
get an education without they go reg
ularly. They cai.'t learn without they
study and obey the teacher; so let's
sec that they do all.
TO HER ALLIES
(CONTINUED PROM PAGE ONE.)
some officials think thc most serious
effect of the submarines warfare on
merchant ships and the restriction im
posed on food shipmentn nas yet to
dovelop. Thev believed that If the
present situation contin?en American
cxpprts will drop to a considerable
There la no coucal ment of tho
feeling in high officiai quarters that
if the present tension over tao atti
tude of the belligerents continues aud
any American lives are proved to have
been lost as tho result of their ac
tivities, the Washington government
may be Called on to abandon its pre
sent attitude of friendl'ncsi toward
all thc warring powers.
Watching Outcome Closely.
. THE HAGUE, Raiharlnhfta Feb. 24.
-(via-London. Feb. 26; 2:30 a. m.) -
The Netherlands government is
watching closely the outcome of thc
exchange of notes between Germany
and the United States regarding Ger
many's sea war zone proclamation.
The government ctill awaits an an
swer to its own protest.
Despite tho'.movement In certain
quarters for demobilization Itecause
industries, are being dislocated by the
absence of men with the colors the
government ls considering calling to
the colors recruits due in lRtfl an well
as further classes of the landstorm.
At the same time the number of vol
unteers is incresasing stoadily.
Extreme militar* activity ie bel?g
displayed' cspecl?ny alon? tife west
. and the eastern borders. The pop
ula-itv of the army ls extraordinary.
2LS the battalions march through the
trcets the populace greet thom with
. Food prices are rising nnd the num
ber ?f employed is growing. Building
trades are at a standstill, which makes
lt difficult for the municipalities to
DALLAS, APRIL 28-MAY 1.
Ivery man, concerned in the best
tnterebts of the Southland, owes lt
to himself to attend in? big CoiUrii
Convention to be held in Dallas, April
28th to May lat
This will be a monster rally, at*
tended hy thousands of people in all
walks of life, and from all parta of
Tba Convention will doubtless plaee
prominently before the world the won
derful work being . accomplished bf
tba Southern States Cotton Corpora
tion, In establishing a atable price for
cotton, nnd a dependable market aye?
tam for the future.
The convention will be held at the
lair Park coliseum,. and aside frota
the advantages of a trip to Dallas, the
broadening benefits derived by con?
tact with leading men of the South
concerned tn cotton, cannot be esi?
mated. Reduced railroad ratea,
Gendeased Passenger Schedule
WERMONT * NORTHERN PA IL Vf A)
Effective January 17th, 191?,
.Ve. tl..8*3$ a. av
No, 88.10I?O a. sa.
No. t*. .. lita* a. sa.
Ne. Wt.Itu p. m.
Ne, 8?.8:40 p. ut
No. 41 :.$M p. BB.
No. 48. tttt p. m.
Ne. M. 7.16 a? sa.
Ile. tt. ?.. tige a* aa.
Ne. 34 .16-30 a. ?.
Ne, td.l&Ot pw
Ne. 44.4(4* p. at.
Na 42. 9 tl? aw a
.C. 8. AM.XN,
NEW FREIGHT TRAIN
SERVICEJS^ PUT ON
BY PIEDMONT & NORTHERN
January Past Showed Increase
Over Previous January-Feb
Duo to u marked improvement in
business cc-uditlonH generally ull over
tile country and to afford Anderson
addition freight facilities, the Pied
mont & Northern Railway has put on
an extra freight train in and out of
Tho new freight train operates be
tween Anderson and Greenville, mak
ing a round trip dally. With thc
freight tru'n already operating be
tween Anderson and Greenville, this
affords this city a double dally freight
service in and out of Anderson.
As generally known, thc freight
which operates between herc and
Greenwood ls known as Nos. 60 and 61.
thc former number applying to thc
outgoing train and thc latter number
to thc Incoming train. No. 60 arrives
herc at 10:30 o'clock in tho morning
and leaves about noon.
? Thc new freight train, which ia
operated as an extra, has no number.
lt arrives herc about r> o'clock In tho
afternoon and hi vs over hore at night,
leaving next afternoon about 12:0."?
Ii u s ?ne ?H Ahead.
Although nothing lias boen given
out omclallv. lt is understood on
good authority that the January, lit tn.
business of the freight department of
tho P & N. lines at Anderson was
ahead <>f tho business for the cor
responding month of 1914, and thnt tho
busbies i for the month now closing
will go ahead of that for the former
. MBS. W. A. BUDGERS? Editer
Rev. and Mrs. W. T. Holllngworth
of Townvillc aro tho guests of Dr. and
Mrs. W. H. Prater.
Mrs. .D M. Wilson returnod yettor
day from ? trip to New York.
Miss Lal Cunningham returned to
Converse College yesterday after a
tay of several, days at homo.
Mrs. John Norris of Greenville and
Miss Hazel Hill of Highlands, N. C.,
>> here for a few days' visit to Miss
Mrs. J. P. Trowbridge haa gouo to
C?reenvlll; to visit relatives ??nr a few
March Wedding. .
The following invitations wcro re
ceived here yesterday:
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harrison Hill
request the pleasure of your company
at tho marriage of their daughter
Mrs. Willett Provost Sloan
On Wednesday evening, tho tenth of
Nineteen hundred and fifteen
at eight thirty o'clock
st the residence of
Mr. and Mrs. John J. Norris
Greenville South Carolina
Cake Sale on Saturday.
The ladles or the choir of the First
Presbyterian church will hold a cake
sale on Saturday beginning at ten
o'clock, at Moore Wilson's store. They
will havo on sale cskes of all kinds.
Theatre Party. '
Mrs. John Sadler will give a theatre
party at 'The Anderson" next Friday
afternoon, the attraction being the
celebrated Ave reel Vltagraph feature
"My Official Wife." This will be the
largest theatre party over given tn
the city. Some 75 ladles have been In*
TOWNV1LLE, Fcb.<*3.-On Satur
day afternoon the 6th instant little
Liles Susie Price celebrated her fifth
birthday from 2 to S o'clock.
After several games were indulged
in such as blind mans bluff, etc., tbs
guests were Invited Into tbs dining
room where refreshments were serv
ed by Mrs. R. H. Price, assisted by
Miss Lila .King.
Misers Hsnnab Miller Harrison.
Alice Smith and Alice Price, assisted
in entertaining the children.
. Thc flowers were lovely, being
white narcissus, and Johnquil used ia
vases on both the parlor and dining
The -uurentre for this happy oc
casion were dslnty white shaped
hearts tieO with red ribbon, bearing
the date, "1?10~1S16."
Following are tbs names of those
Misses Daurice. Susie, and Elisa
price, Frances, Antoinette, and Fleta
Earle. Ruby Gray. Willie Sue Ines and
Lottie Bell Bole man. Bernice and
Marguerite King. Daisy Whitfield
Susie Lee Marett, Jessie Lee Cri m.
Marie Adams, Bessie Mae- Prater.
Vivir?an sud Christine Gaines. Clara
Dickson. Louise Shirley and Eliza
NEW YORK. Feb. 24.-Cotton goods
were quiet today. Yarna were quiet,
burlaps wi-re stronger. Embroideries
from domestic manufacturer* were* In
.?r ? ?? ii Z>KNM terday is gone. Tomorrow docs not ex
M ^?sjsBjBjsjist' TODAY is the day bf Opportunity.
_jW^F This is the coloumn of opportunities. Read
*rW^ -t jjjg jt-^ y0U seeJc a broader- opening
for yourself, if you seek, men, if you want to buy or sell mac' inery,
fixtures, equip ment.
Want Advertising Rates
Twent, -five words or lest. Ona Tuna 26 cent?, Throe Times CO cents,
Six Times $1.00.
All advertisement over t wen ty-OT e words prorata for each additional
word. Rates on 1,000 words to be used In s month made on ay pa
No advertisement taken for l*ss than 25 cents, cash tn Gd vanes.
If your name appears tn the telephone directory you can telephone
your want ad to 321 and a bill will be malled after Its Insertion for
Time For Makin-; Return" Out Feb
ruary SO th.
Please tako notice only 15 more
dayB time for rcturm, for personal
property will be out. Rospcctlvoly
ask all cities and townu and thc
country to please mako effort to
mako returns, otherwise you are Ita
bio to 50 per cent penalty. Board of
City of Anderson UHIIH that returns be
mado to Auditor nt once. *
Fobruary 6, 1916.
There are a number ot persons who
have been listed for poll tax by tho
school trustees of the Anderson school
District No. 17. and the city of Ander
son, who have not paid yet. Please
call for poll tax when paying taxes,
and thus save yourselves a penalty of
fS.no. Tho Hmo for paying without
penalty will expire March 1st
Fob. 16, 1915.
WE BUT PEAS and nay the cash.
Forman Smith-Seedman. Phone
4M. ? Mf
WYATT, the $5.00 Coal man 1B still
selling tho best coal on earth ut
$6 a ton, and you got 2,000 pounds,
too. Phone 182. .
BITK.F.YF, BARBER SHOP-Hair
cut 15c, shave 10. Best service. Sat?
Isfactlon guaranteed. C. A. McClain,
ACTO REPAIRS-Tops recovered and
repaired. High grade springs mado
or new leaves put In place ot old
onee. Paul E. Stephens.
HAYE YOU tried our dry cleaning de
portment? if not, WHY NOT? Ros
enberg, the Tailor Who Kee wa
How. Phone 410.
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Anderson.
By W. P. Nicholson. Esq.,
Judge ot Probate.
Whereas Jas. N. Pearman, C. C.'C.
P., made suit to me to grant him lot
tera of administration with will an
nexed of the derolict estate of and
effects of ?leo. Mattlson, deceased.
These ure, therefore, to cite and
admonish all and singular the Kind
red and creditors ot the said Geo.
Mattlson. deceased, thut they may bo
aud appear before mo. In the Court
t Probate, to be held at Anderson C
H., S. C.. on the 26th day ot March,
1916, gtter publication hereof, at ll
o'clock in the forenoon, to show
cause. If any they have, why the said
administration should not be granted.
Given under my bund. tl. ir. 9th day
of February, Anno ^Domini. 1915.
W. P. NICHOLSON,
Judgo of Probate.
Published on the 10th day of Feb
ruary, 1915, In the Anderson In
FOB SALE-Agricultural Limo-pric
es reasonable; will make extended
terms to good farmers in ear lots
where' necessary. Write Us, or
what's better, call and seo us-wo
will not sell Lime on credit over
telephone. Furmau Smith, Seeds
man. Phone 464.
FOR SALE-Genuino Pimento Sweet
Peppers; we are indebted to Miss
Janie Carlington for. this supply of
the genuine article; which was Im
ported to thc Barnwell club; pack
age ten cents each* Purman Smith.
Seedsman. Jhono 464.
We. the farmers or Wllltamston
Township, coll a meeting or the farm
ers of Anderson County to meet at An .
deraon court'house on March 1st. 12
..'clock, noon, We want every farmer
who wants to better hts condition and
his county's to be present.
The meeting will bc addroBscd by
cx-Scnator McLaurin and possibly
W. D. ROGERS,
A. J. BALLARD.
J. EL ROGERS.
a. C. MARTIN.
H. B. MARTIN.
W. A. HAMMOND,
G. F. HIETT.
J. C. DUCKWORTH,
W. E. M'ALISTER,
W. H. ELLISON.
GEO. W. POORE.
W. H. DUCKWORTH,
J. D. CHASTISE,
A. LEE ROGER8.
lt. H. BREAZEALE.
M. J. ELLISON.
A. M. GUYTON. JR..
O. R. CAMPBELL.
A. L. CAMPBELL,
W. C. ROGER8.
J. J. BUTLER.
J. W. KNIGHT.
A. J. BROWN.
C. F. ROGERS.
J. T. HOLLAND.
S. M. CALLAHAM.
A. H. ALLEN.
WANTED-To correspond, confi
dentially, with anyone d?sirions ot
becoming permanently cured ot Uta
morphine or whiskey habit The
KEELEY INSTITUTE, COLUM
BIA, 8. C.. Box 75.
WANTED-The privilege to unre
tobacco users at home. $5.00 buyn
the cor?./ Information ?f ?e??red.
THE KEELEY INSTITUTE, CO
LUMBIA, S. C., Bp* 75.
Dr. C. Mack Sanders
Associated with Dr. J. Levis Sanders.
Omeo 3?4-5-G Bleckloy Building.
omeo Phone 429. Residence Phone 119
DR. J.E. WATSON
t . ' y'.'; .;- Sty*
Office tn Ligon & Ledbettor Building.
1 ' Tth Main Street. '
Office Phone 210.
Rosldnnce Phono 386.
WE BUY AND SELL DEBTS
It anyone owen you money furnish
us an Itemized written statement of
WE GET THE MONEY
If you owe anyone money, we will
help you pay the debt by
Our Mot nal Lean plan.
Our "Indian" will call on ?low pay*
ers and collect bad debts.
That ls ble business.
MUTUAL LOAN COMPANY
105 1-2 W. Benson BL
Anderson, 8. C.
When costive or troubled with con
stipation take Chamberlain's Tablets.
They are easy to take and most agree
able lueffect. Obtainable everywhere.
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