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Please reserve an hour
A ltd a half (frdrn 3:00 to
4:30) next Friday after
noon for "Corset Fit
?ings in Moving Pic
ures" at the Anderson
For ladies only. Ad
mission by card only. No
tickets sold at any price.
This story, "How Mar
jorie Won a Career," is
very cleverly produced
by the Essanay Film Co.
Friday, March Sth, 3:00
to 4:30 p. m.
i THE ANDERSON
Exclusive Gossard agent
I am the man to fix your teeth
BO you can oat the pie that I put
In the Piedmont Belt.
I make plates at $6.50
I make gold crowns at$4.00
Silver fillings, 50c and up
Cold fillings $1.00 and op
Painless Extracting 4C*f.
I make a specialty ot treating
Pyorrhea, Alveolarls of the gums
and ali crowci and bridgo work
anil' regulating mal formed teeth.
All - work guaranteed first-class.
S. G. B RUCE
THE KIND OF
That ls the kind of work that
we do, the kind of work that is
sure to gire Satisfaction . be
cause it is done aa t\ should be.
We employ the most compe
tent work people that can be
employed and make uae of the
very latest methods with re
sults that are fully satisfactory.
Don't put up with inferior
work when you can just aa well,
havo work that is entirely sat
isfactory at no greater cost.
You'll never have to complain
about laundry work if you send
your work to us.
*PR0NE KO. 7.
! will Help Other Wastes,
?s. Ala.-??! must confess", says
ula Mae ReM. cl this place, ''thal
'dealoigood *0*^' C?^
Before 1 commenced ?sing Cardui. I
^ucu, steepy recline an the time, and wat
w regular, I cotna hardly drag srotmd,
hod would bave severe btwrtarnw coa
' Sines taking Caroni, ! have '?r&th
quit spitting up what 1 eat. Ev'jything
seems to digest all right, and J miva
peed 10 poonda height" .
Brou are a victim ot any of the numer
ous dis so coSunott to your sex, ii fal
wrong to antler.
? For tatt a oenh.w, Cardui hw been re
lieving just auch fifa, as is proven by th?
thousands ot tetters, ?imllar to the above,
which pow Into ow office, year by year.
* ;w^w??J?^?^ ttH com
Cardui has beeped others, ?nd wt? .fceip
you, too. Oct a bottle today. Yeti
won't regret ii. Your druggist solis lt
TTWfa! to : ?ktttwus? .iWk** Cn., UawvM.
****** Dw* .a*rt**oo?j, feuu fW Jmittmt Ja?
MntBtim* o?yw cots. *o<t Ot woe ta?. "MOA*
IMMBI T im WtrnmS wat tx stria ssWswk MSpj
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE.)
and not the belligerent forcea ot an
enemy, remain unaltered.
A system v ls suggested whereby
proof can be furnished that the sup
plies will be used by the civilian pop-'
The removal of all floating mines
by Germany and Great Britain is pro
posed, except mines used for protec
tion of coast defenses and harbors,
plots to ho furnished to guide neutral
sblps through fields that remain.
Attention is called to Germany's pro
mise that if foodstuffs arc not de
tained when destined to her civilian
population the submarine warfare on
merchant ships will be abandoned.
The American proposals do not
dwell on German submarine attacks
on enemy merchant ships, as the posi
tion of the United States, it ls under
stood, would not permit interference
in this mode of warfare except where
the lives of neutrals are endangered.
Officials, h .?ever, assume tbat Ute
promises made by Ger jany of an In
tention to abandon such warefare on
merchant vessels and confine opera
tions to those enemy vessels carrying
troops and munition? of war, would
be fulfilled, if foodstuffs were to be
given unrestricted passage to Ger
"The destruction ot the American
steamers Carib snd K ?elyn continued
to be talked about in official quarters.
Tho hope of the American govern
ment is that dangers from mines will
be eliminated* by an acceptance ol
come, at least of the American pro
f (CONTINUED FRO? PAGE ONE.)
of the staff Qf the Manufacturers Rec
There is no such a man as A. D.
Manning, at least the governor of
South Carolina has no son by the
nama. Governor Manning today asked
the newspaper men "to expose that
scoundrel who represents himself as
A. D. Manning, a son of the governor
of South Carolina."
Anderson Man Among Appointments.
COLUMBIA. Feb. 26.-Governor
Manning today made the following
Executive committee state board of
health: Drs. Robert Wilson, Jr., ot
Charleston; B. D. Frontis, o? Ridge
Spring; C. C. Gambrill, ot Abbeville;
W. J. Ourdell, of Lugoff; E. A. Hines,
of Anderson; W. M. Leser, of Colum
bia; William Egleton, of Hartsvl.le;
and W>. W. Dodson, of Greenville.
Or. J. Adam Hayna of Columbia was
appointed state health officer.
Commission on State House and
grounds: Douglas McKay, chairman;
John Irwin and E. H. Dick, Ml of Co
Richland county diepeusary board:
J. S- Vernor; J. W H. Duncan; S. T.
L. Westberry, all St Columbia.
Governor Higas BUL
COLUMBI/, Feb. 26.-The governor
today signed a bill providing an issn?:
of i???.OOU of bonds by Greenville
County to build good roads.
An mg the ' new enterprises com
missioned today by the secretary of
state was - Hie Greer Cooperative
Stores, of Greer, with a capital stock
of $2.800, officers being Ev E. Bower.
president-, A. C. Stewart, vice presi
dent; S. S. Henson, secretary; R. M.
Hawkins, treasurer. The company
will do a general grocery and mer
COLUMBIA, Feb| 26.-Dr. J. Adam
Hayne, secretary of the State board
of health, today let the contract for
the installation ot the plumbing,, gap
pipes and sewerage disposal lines at
the. administration and word buildings
of Gie State tuberculosis hospital to
W. B. Curmar?n & Co. of Columbia.
The contract for putting; tn Gie acety
lene lighting fixtures was given to D
O. Bateman of Columbia. AU work is
to be completed by April 15.
BIG MOTOR CABS HURRYING TO
WEST WITH GERMAN SOLIHERS
(CONTINUED FROM PAOS ONE.)
west Africa by the Uaio^ of South
Africa forces. Is now under way.
; Troops which landed In WUlfish and
. Luderitz Bay are --."vancing along
toe railways from those ports to the
main line which runs north and south*
through virtually the . whole length
of the colony, while another force is
concentrating In northern" Cape
; Colony to advance from the south.
General Botha is leading the forces
jvhlch advanced from Walftsh Bay
and ts directing their operations. In
s speech to xtys troops General Botha
I said the campaign rvould contlnntte
I until the .German colony was con
! quered, and he assured them stso that
the rebellion in the union wes being
j quelled. He said his troops would
I be joined by strong reinforcements
! which would make their success cer
No further losses as a result of Gie
Germen submarine and minc blockade
' haye been reported. . ..'.
[' Premier Asquith
' a b'Atemeni^ In the house of commons
Monday outlining Gio steps which the
Allies have decided upon in retalia
tion against Germany's sea war zone.
Has Used ChamherlalaV Cough Be
mtdy fer CO Tsars.
"Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has
been used In my household for the
: ears. I began, giving lt
.nidren wheo ?hcy were small.
As a Quick relief for croup, whooping
.gb, and ordinary colds, it hos no
B? big free from op In m sad
rraful drugs. I never felt
j have ?re if ge num
ber of friends and neighbors, who
Ibav and speak highly .-.
. ? "
J'Y OFFICIAL WIFE
Great Picture Shown Yesterday at
?The Anderson** Theatre.
One ot the most intensely interest
ing and spectacular motion pictures
ever shown In Anderson is "My Offi
cial Wife/' which held the board at
"The Anderson" yesterday afternoon
The picture was witnessed by large
audiences both afternoon and evening,
and at times there waa not a seat va
cant on the orchestra floor of thc
theatre. Last evening the audiences
were especially large, and at one time
Whltner street, In front of the theatre
building was almost congested by the
automobiles bringing parties down to
see the wonderful picture.
"My Official Wife" tells a story of
Russian life, the plot centering about
Ute activities of a band of Nihilists.
There is a wondrously beautiful wo
man who is a spy for Gie Nihilists,
and it ls about her that the story
hinges. One of Gie most spectacular
features of the picture was .he dis
charging of a torpedo from a tube rm
a torpedo boat destroyer, the missile
being fired at a yacht on which the
girl spy and a young officer of th?*
Russian court, who had fallen madly
In love with her, wore making their
-?scape. T|te torpedo was seen to pur
sue Its deadly way through the water
and strike the yacht araldshlp. tear
ing a great hole in tts side and caus
ing lt to sink. Altogether the picture
was one of the best eyer shown here.
The orchestra at "Thc Anderson"
continues to prove a favorite, and
most delightful music ls rendered dur
ing all performances.
WAI Be Shown at Paramount Theatre
What ls generally conceded to bc
the best motion picture of Western
life that has ever been made ls known
as "Arizona." and will be shown to
day at the Paramount theatre, begin
ning at 1 o'clock and continuing un
til 10:30. The story of the, play in
brief is as follows:
At a Western military poet Captain
Hodgman. a black sheep, has brought
shame and sorrow to Lena, the daugh
ter of Sergeant Kellar, and Lena has
found employment in the family ot
Henry. Canby, owner of a big ranch.
Here she ls brightened by the honora
ble love of Tony, a Mexican.
Back at the post, Captain Hodgman
makes skillful love to Estrella, wife
of the colonel.
Estrella ls Ute elder daughter of
Canby, and Bonita, her sister.
Tho troop riding up the valley,
make camp at Canby'o ranch. There
Hodgman ls In tho act of making love
to Bonita when Interrupted hy Lieu
tenant Denton, the hero of the story.
Estrella, prevents Gie men from com
ing to blows.
. A few nights later there ls a dance
at the amy post. Lena , later finds
Hodgman s note to the colonel's wife,
revealing his proposal Gmt they run
Lena gives the note to her father,
who conndes in Denton. Denton finds
the couple arranging the details or
the elopement. He coerces Hod ?ni an
into surrendering Estrella's jewels.
' Hodgman has left the room, when
the colonel unexpectedly returns.
Denton, with Esterella'a jewels in his
pocket, steps into an adjoining roora.
The colonel, suspicious, upon search,
finds Denton with the jewels dn his
person. The colonel, reluctant to try
him upon so bas? a charge as rob
bery, demands Denton's resignation.
Denton bids good-bye to his com
rades and takes the trail. - Canby en
gages him as superintendent of Gie
News of war haa reached the ranch,
and the cowboys orgaclre a company,
electing Denton as captain. The army
stops at Canyb's and all ia astir..
Kellar learns from Lena of V her
'ove fer Tony, who grimly awaits to
learn the name of her seducer. Lena,
upon united demand of both, names
The Giree enter the room Just as
Denton confronts Hodgman. Denton
strikes Hodgman.. In the excitement,
two shots are. fired. Hodgman falls
wounded. Cavalrymen and cowboys
rush in. Hodgman accuses Denton.
Tony, unobserved, slips away. Kellar
testifies that Gie shot came from be
hind. Lena refuses to answer ques
tions. The bullet extracted from
Hodgman's bru/ in pTv?;;c??. and
Denton is freed. Lens Ie ordered ud
der arrest.'- '
Tony, to ??avo her. confesses to Gie
shooting, hut rushes through Gie
gates ahd into his saddle. The colonel
orders his capture, but there ls no
rider like Tony, and he escapes.
Estrelle then mates a full confes
sion exonerating Denton. Denton asks
the colonel to give his wlfo another
Away to tho war Gien i de Gie
troop and sta efP.esrs, bat Gi? specta
tors feel* that those estrange// will be
later brought together.
Rend Fixed Thursday. j
Counsel for the three defendants re- !
leaned yesterday was to have appear-j
ed before Judg? DeVore at Plckens
Thursday morning and make appli
cation for bail, but upon arriylag
there found ?hat court had adjourned
the day proy*ous and that Judge Der
Yore had left town. This fact was
telephoned to Anderson, and S?m'l L.
Prince. Esq., of Watkins A Prince,
leading counsel for the defendants,
i went to Abbeville Thursday afternoon
with the expectation of appearing be
fore Judge Frank B. Gary Friday
morning. In chambers and making ap
plication for bond. Upon ?ttttm/?t
Abbeville, however, counsel fur tho
accused men succeeded in getting a
bearingbeSore Judge Gary Tparsday
night. After hearing the arguments
In the case. Judge Gary signed ah
order admitting the men '?o ball lu
W Qt $5,000 each, -''?
TO RESUME WORK
Great Britain Say? Requirements
of the Nation Are Being En
dangered by Strike of Ship
LONDON. Fob. 26.-(8:41 p. m.)
While conferences were being held to
day to settle wage differences between
the shipbuilders and ship yard engin
eers) some of whom already are on
strike, th? government made a dra
matic move in ordering resumption of
Work Monday and promising thut ar
rangements would be made for the
dispute to be referred to a court of
The order was signed by Sir George
Askwlth, chief industrial commission
er, who pointed out that In conse
quence of the delay in reaching a set
tlement thG requirements of the nation
were being endangered and that he
bad been instructed by the govern-1
ment that "important munitions of
war, urgently required by the navy
and the army are being held up by
the cessation of work and that they
muBt call for a resumption of work
on Monday morning. March 1."
The court of arbitration will have
power to fix the date from which a
settlement shall take place.
Had Ute Unrest been allowed 'to
spread, one hundred thousand men
would have been Involved. Thc unions
had not authorised the strike, but the
men already had refused the employ
er's offer of a cent and a half an hour
wage Increase and were about to vote
for an official strike. There has been
unrest among the dockers and other
workmen, but generally they hare ex
pressed satisfaction with the increase
In wages to make up for the higher
cost of living.
New Orleans Cotton.
NEW ORLEANS. Feb, 26.-The cot
ton marker" was nervous and narrow
today, prices at the highest being 4
to 6 points over yesterday's final?
and at the lowest 6 to 9 points under.
The close was at a net loss of 2 to
3 points. - Shorts were aggressive sel
lers at times, but there was a con
tinuous demand for covers from the
Tho unsettled wheat market caused
more or lesa selling, beare contend
ing that longs in wheat who were al
so long of cotton would aell their
cotton in order to be able to protect
their wheat. There was some talk of
weaker spot markets, but-lt was not
borne out by ' the o tile lal reports.
The growing belief that planting of
cotton thia spring would be greatly
reduced was o'steadying Influence.
Bullish Ideas regarding acreage were,
In some1 measure, confirmed by re
porta from Texas that much cotton
land was being planted In corn.
Cotton futuros closing:
March 7.93; May 8.37; October 8.66;
Spot cotton quiet, unchanged. Sales
on the Bpot 676 baie?; to arrive 875.
New York Cotton.
NEW YORK, Feb. 26.-Cotton was
Irregular and unsettled1 during to
day'B trading With tho close steady
at an advance of 2 points tu a uecltn*>
M 2 points.
Cables were not fully up to expecta
tions abd after opening steady at a
declino of 2 to S points, the local mar
ket sold about 5 to 6 points under
last night's closing figures. Increas
ing nervousness over shipping condi
tions seemed to account for the scat
tering liquidation of some of yester
day's buyers, but .offerings were limit
ed as there was no evidence' of south
ern selling here. Denials of rumors
that sailings from England to New
York had been temporarily suspend
ed, were followed by a rally which
carried prices about 4 to 5 points net
Leaer Ntw Orleans turned a shade
easier, and private wires reporting
some hedge selling In that market
?tarted another wave ot local liquida
tion which carried the active months
G to 8 points net lower., but recover
ies of 6 to 7 points followed in the late
Cotton futures closed steady.
Open. High. Low. Cloee.
March. 8.33 8.22 8.28
May. 8 48 8.66 8.44 8.50
July. 8.70 8.77 8.64 8.71
October .. .. 8.28 9.04 8.92 8.98
December . - 9.14 *.20 9.11 9.15
Spot cotton quiet, middling uplands
8.35; no sales.
CHICAGO. Fen. 26.-Hogs, lower.
Bulk $8.6506.65; light $6.50$?6.76;
mixed $6.40496.70; heavy (6.1506.66;
rough $6.1506.30: pige $5.7606.75.
Cattle slow. Native steers $5.6049
9.16; caws end heifers 83.6007.76;
Sheep nrm. Sheep . $6.8607.76:
vorlings $7.6503.65; . lsmbs $7.800
CHICAGO, Feb. 2C.*-Wheat prices
collapsed nearly 8 esau today under
excited 'jelling, every fort destroyed
at the Dardanellen costing wheat
owners at the rate of about 2 cents
a bushel. Broadly, this waa the es
timate temporarily put on the chances
that 200.600,900 bushels of Russian
Wheat would soon have a Cree out
let, unhindered by thc Turks. Tho
market, however, mad? several Im
portant rallies, and at the finish waa
unsettled, S to 4 3-8 under last night.
Corn closed 7-8 to 7-801 down and
pats off 1-1498-4 to .--407-8. Pro
visions wound up at an advance ot
1-806 to 10012 1-2.
Grain and proviatona close:
Wheat. May $1.49 ?-4; July
rn. aiay 71 *-R; Jciy 73 7-s.
(Vate, May r
Cosh wheo*. , $1.4601,6
ard, ft 1.4701.6*,
I Personal j
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1 TT?TT TTTT.T^T"". V w W ?VVT IT11T
H. S. Veargln, a wei i known Jeweler
of I vii. wu? among the visitors in thu
Joe Lig?n of Iva was among the
visitors lu the city yesterday.
Mrs. A. B. Wharton of Ive has re
turned after a short stay in the city.
Will Wharton of Iva war anio '/ the
visitors in the city yusterduy.
W. F. Lanier of Baltimore, a Jewel
ry drummer, was in the city yester
day calling on local dealers.
Edgar Kelley of Pelter was among
the visitors in the city yesterday.
Mrs. Roy E. Burriss of the county
was In the city yesterday shopping.
Mrs. Lillie Chapman of Denver was
among the visitors in the city yester
S.W. Cartee of Hopewell spent yes
terday In the city.
Joe Smith of Starr was among the
visitors in the city yesterday.
Ben Pearman of Starr was among
thoso spending yesterday in the city.
Tom Webb cf the country was
among the Visitors in the city yester
Mri. r.\ E. Chamblee ot Starr was
a visitor In tho city yesterdsy.
Mrs R. E. Cochran spent yester
dsy with friends In Greenville.
Dr. R. G. Witherspoon of the Hol
lands Store section was a visitor In
the city yesterday.
Dr. Frank Lander of Wililamstoa
was among thc_ visitors in the city
Mr. Richard Plengc, formerly pro
prietor, of the Colonial Home at Wil
liams ton and now proprietor of a
hotel in Sparenburg was a visitor
in the city yesterday.
Mrs. J. D. Wilson of Iv* was a
shopper in tho city yesterday.
Mrs. W. L. Mouchet of Starr was a
shopper in the city yesterday.
Misa Leda Poore of Belton was
among the visitors in the city yes
ON APRIL 10TH
Date Selected by Federal League
Two Days in Advance of
(By AmorUUd Pms.)
BUFFALO, X. Y., Feb. 26.-Selection
of April 10 as the opening date of
the Federal League's playing season,
four days in advance of the 1st games
in the organized major baseball
leagues, and recomr. ndailon by the
umpires of minor changer in playing
rules, marked the opening sessions
of the. league's annual schedule meet
ing here today. *
Although Injunction proceedings in
stituted at Chicago to prevent the
transfer of thc Kansas City franchise
to Newark presented formst adop
tion of a schedule, the i magnates
went ahead With their work on the
basis that Newark would be the
eighth team In tbV year's lineup.
Representatives of the Kansas City,
owners registered at the hotel where
the league meetings were held, but
did not seek recognition.
"It looka like s pretty favorable
sign," raid President James A. Gil
more, "when Federal clubs besln
fighting for franchises. In fact, Fed
eral affairs sll around look mighty
good to me for 1915."
New roles recommended by the um
pires pr?vido for a fine of $200 snd
30 days suspension for pitchers us
ing th* "emery ball" and would rule
cut of play a ball batted fou), that
strikes any part of the grandstand
or passes Into foul territory beyond
first or third base, the latter rule be
ing designed to pr?vent delay.
En Keule to Training Camps.
NEW YORK, Feb. ?6.-When the
Apache sailed for Jacksonville. Fla.,
today she carried a small army of
baseball player*, representing the
Brooklyn and Philadelphia Nationals
and the Philadelphia Athlet!^, cn
route to their Southern training
camps. The Athletics will remain at
Jacksonville, while the Brooklyns
will proceed by rall Co Daytona and
the Phillies to St Petersburg.
Mar Not Can Extra Session.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 26.-Adminis
tration senators tonight were inclin
ed to doubt that President Wilson
would cali an extra session of tho
senate arter March 4 to consider the
Colombian indemnity and Nicaragua
c^nal right treaties or for any ot'er
purposes. The president and his
cabinet dlr-unwed the advisability of
such action during tbs day, but so far
aa ls known no final decision waa
Correspondents to the Front.
OTTAWA. Ont-, Feb. 26.-A mes
sage today from the BrPJsh war office
to the Canadian .government indicates
that the war correspondent soon is
to have a limited oportuntty to see
fighting. The cablegram read:
"it has been decided to permit small
batches of war correspondents to pro
ceed to the front In a serles ot toura
or aUmt six days each beginning
JVT This ?S tl
for yourself, if you seek men, if yoi
Twenty-five word? or ieee, On? Tl]
Six Timen $1 00.
All advertisement over twenty-five
word. Rates on 1,000 words to t
No advertisement taken for l?ss t
If roar name appears in th? tel? o
your want ad to 321 and a bill will fa
Dr. C. Mack Sanders
Associated with Dr. J. Levis Sanders.
Offlee 304-5-6 Bleckley Building.
Office Phone 420. Residence Phone lt)
DR. J. E. WATSON
omeo in Ltgon & Lcdbetter Building.
North Malu Street.
Office Phone 210.
Residence Phone 386.
Cleveland Americans Off to Texas.
CLEVELAND, O., Feb. 2?.-In
charge of Manager Birmingham, the
Cleveland Americans left today for
San Antonio, Tex., for spring training.
' Manager Birmingham said . every
player "must fight for his position."
There are two or more candidates for
nearly every; place.
Onlv 74 Desertions.
WASHINGTON. Feb. 26.-T~Tb.cre
were only ?4 desertion? among The en
listed men of the Atlantic bab ships
fleet last December, accordl* to a
report of tho comms.nder-in-.a4ef io
tho ?avy department. Department of
ficials aro highly gratified over the
record. During tho month leave or
liberty'waa granted on 184,336 occas
ions and in but 1,164 Instances was]
tho liberty or leave overstayed.
Athirst is a
If you can get
through a straw.
EMMI'S ?w TIM" Win CH? Yt
Slsggis- U?r Belter Kian OalQMi
Hi Ctn Bet Stthate.
Calomel makes you sick: von losa a
day's work. Calomel i? quicksilver and
it sali va to?; calomel injures'your liver.
If you are bilious; fcc* losy, sluggish
nnrt ntl Irmu-L-m) nut. if vmir hdwt'ln nra
T (Ji ? ~ ......
rino o Vou'll ki
ea u HF ven will wake up filing fine,
your liver will be "workinc. yon'r head
selie und dioxines? gonf, y ouf* Momaeh
will be sweet ?ttd iwwels rrjrulnr1. Von
Will fe*i like worjklGfr. You'll b
ffcli full ?f aongy, Vigor and ambition.
; gone. Tomorrow does not ex
?DAY is the day of Opportunity.
ie coloumn of opportunities. Head
it-if you seek a broader opening
j want to buy or sell machinery,
OB* SB cents. Throe Time? 60 cent?.
words prorata, for each additional
>e used In a month made on Supli
can SS cesta, cash In ul vance.
hone directory you can telephone
a malled attar Ita insertion tor
WE BUT PEAS and pay the cash.
Pirra aa Smith-See dm an. Phone
IVY ATT, the $5.00 Coal man IB still
selling the best coal on earth ut
$5 a ton; and y-m get 2,000 pounds,
' too. Phone 182.
IHTK.EYE BARBER SHOP-Hrir
cut 15c, rhave 10. Best sorvice. Sat
isfaction guaranteed. C. A. McClain,
^CTO REPAIRS-Tops recovered and
repaired. High grade springs mado
or new leaves put in place ot old
?oe?. Paul E. Stephens.
. ? ? f ??. i,,
VOTH E FARMERS-I have 3,0nn
bushelr orango cane seed and J.OO'J
bushels early amber and can sovo
you from 50 cents to 75 cents on tho
bushel . I will be In Anderson nu
?'nth on the 2?th. S. M. McAdams,
the 18th of March in the court
house to take your orders. I will '
be at Honea Path on thc 20th. S.
Mv McAdams. 2-26-2wkH
fTAlfTEB^-To correspond, confi
dentially, with anyone deslrlous of
becoming permanently cured ot tho
morphine or whiskey habit. Tho
KEELEY INSTITUTE, COLUM
BIA. 8. C. Box 75.
WANTER-Porty to take exclusivo
agency In the city of Anderson for
tho Harioy-Duvidson Motorcycle.
Aplly to P. M. Huff, Piedmont, S. c.
WANTER-An energetic,-pushing man
to canvass and coilnct. Permanem.
job. Apply In your own arriving.
Htntlng whether you do beat araoiiK
white or colored customers, "tv
WANTER-To do your blcyclo amt
motorcycle repairing. Work done
promptly add efficiently at moder
. ate prices. We ulso nell tho "lu- -
dian" Motorcycle and the "Kami"
Bicycle. Gates & Smith, No. lUO W
Whittier Street, Phone 1?3.
VANTER-r-The privilege to cure
tobacco users at heine. $5.00 buys
thc cure, ?nfonju?t?u? if desired.
THE; KEELEY IN8TITUTE, CO
LUMBIA, 8. C., Box 75.
.OR SALE-Agricultural Lime-pric
es reasonable; will make extended
terms to good farmers In car lots
where necessary. 1 tyrite us, or
what's bettar, call and see us-wc
will not sell Limo on credit over
telephone. Furman Smith, Seeds
man. Phone 464.
.OR SALE-We have several mules
to offer cheap for cash. Wobb &
'OB SALE-Genuine Pimento Sweet
Poppers; we are indebted to MI?*
Janie Carlington for. this supply of
the genuine article; which was im
ported to the Barnwell club; pack
ago. t?>3 cents each. Furman Smith,
Seedsman. Jhone 464.
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Leaving for Spring Training.
PHILADELPHIA, Feb. Most of
he members of the Philadelphia Na
lonal and American league teams left
tere today for New York to nail bu
he steamer Apache for Florida for
heir spring training.
Manager Pat Moran accompanied
ho Phillies leaving today. Manager
kinnie Mack wilt leavre by train for
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