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Ladies' Waists, Silk Stripes, $1.50 values,
Dollar Day.,. . . . . . .-. . .$1.00
Ladies' Linen Hose, black and white, 75c
values ? pairs for ..../..$1.00
Ladies' Gowns, high and low neck, 75c val
ues, 2 for.. . $1.00
Ladies' Kimonas of crepe, $1.50 values, Dol
One lot Children's Dresses, $1.50 values,
Dollar Day..' . .$1.00
JO pairs Children's Drawers, hemstitched
and tucked for . . . ?. ..$1.00
25 House Dresses, fast colors, $1.50 values,
Dollar Day .-.$1.00
U !ot Linen Waists, $3.00 to $5.00 values,
Dollar Day ./.-j. . .$1.00
I lot Gowns, lace trimmed, $1.50 values,
Dollar Day. .$1.00
, 1 lot discontin .ed numbers in $3.00 and
$4.00 Redfern Corsets.$1.00
Ladies' Spring Knit Union Suits, 4 pairs for..$1.00
2 Ladies' 75 Brassiers, Dollar Day, 2 for. . .$1.00
1 lot of Mussed Waists, $1.00 values, Dol
lar Day, 4 for . . . j..$1.00
1 lot Ladies'Tipperary Middy, $1.50 values,
Dollar Day . . .$1.00
? 8 boxes Mennen's Talcum Powder for
Our Dollar Day Specials displayed on first floor.
at the stores named below. If you
value money and need any of the
articles on sale this Dollar Day
Act today. DO IT NOW
These \-Mues will be withdrawn
Osborne & Pearson
Mrs. B. Graves Boyd
Walter H. Keese & Co.
Geisberg Bros"/ Shoe Co.
T. L. Cely Co.
John A. Austin
Thompson's Shoe Store
; Lesser Co.
Remember a Dollar Saved
is a Dollar Made
Miss Wille Nichols left yesterday for
un extended trip tu tricada in Baltl
tnure. Philadelphia and rftew York.
Mrs. B. F. Marlin returned, from
AtlHiitu yesterday-Greenville Newe.
Mrs. Ralph Clinard und children of
Winston. N. C., are spending this
week with friends here. She will
leave Sunday for her home.
Mrs. Sam Craig left yesterd-iy for
a vUit to relatives In Edgefleld.
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Tilden of Wash
ington. I). C.. are spending sometime
in the city.
Mrs. "George Speer returned yester
dty from a visit of several weeks to
relatives In Granltevi' e.
Miss Annie Mae Lawson of Colum
bia ts. thc guest of Mrs. G. B. Greene.
Rev. and Mrs. D. V. McCaul bf
(Memsen ?'ollege ore the guests of Dr.
and Mrs. J. P. VineB.
lien ut ?fa I Little Tard Party.
Mrs. Nardin Webb entertained a
few friends at a beautiful litt lo party
yesterday afternoon. Appropriate to
March 7th St. Patrick's Day the Irish
green was the chosen color, and was
prettily carried out, even in thc
dainty' score cards. As lt was the
hostess' birthday, Ute guests brought
many beautiful little gifts and the af
ternoon was particularly happy and
pleasant. After many interesting
games of bridge the cards were laid
aside and a dainty salad course serv
ed. The invited guests were Mes
dames P. K. McCully. T. B. Curtis, J.
J. Fret well, Jr.. R. G. McDonald, D.
S. Taylor. J. J. Baldwin, G. B. Greene.
C. P. Sullivan, T. S. Crayton. Misses ?
Louise Gilmer, Janie Hamlin, and
Following ls thc Hst of letters re
maining uncalled for in the postof
fice ut Anderson, g. fj., for the week
ending March i7, 191:?. Persons cali- i
iog for these will please say that
they wgre advertised. OnP cent due
on all advertised matter.
A^E. H. Allen. Mrs. Mattie Aus-*
tin. Mrs. X. H. Atkinson.
'Ii-William BrunBon. Nellie
Brownlee, Miss Mamie A. Bryce, L.
A. Brown, Jay Dyapt. Mrs. Fannie
C-MTS. Eliza Cunningham. Miss
Emma Mac Campbell'. J. J. Chiffell.
E-Mrs. Sallie Edmonds.
F-ti. Ferguson, Mrs. R. | P.
C-Rev. C. P. Candy. C. M. Cuy
J-- Mun or vie Jones , Mrs. Julia
K-King Bros., Dev. C. H. King,
1/?-W. W. Leavel.
M.-Mrs. Patrick H. McDonald.
N-Garland North, Miss . Estell
?J LJ p> Pf Ct
S- Miss B. Stoffel. Mr3. Emily
T-Mrs. Mary Thompson, W. P.
Tindall, W. M. Thompson.
V-Mrs. E. S. V&ndHver. -
W-H. H. Wardlaw. G. W. T.
Wilson. William Weekly Co.. J. .C.
White. Mrs. Nellie Williams.
o o o O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O
o WILLI IMSTON NEWS o
Mrs. Lonnie Crouch and son,
spent Saturday afternoon and Sat
urday night and part of Sunday, with
her brother. S. B. Crawford, the
chief of Williamston .
Mrs. Lonnie Crouch and mother,
Mr3. B. C. .Crawford, and Misses
Gladys and Powell, all dined with
Mr. and Mrs. Cling Powell of Wil
MrB. Fannie Powell, of the Wil
liamston mill village, spent the
week;-end with her daughter. Mrs.
J. B. Crawford, at the Toxaway
mill of Anderson' last week.
Little Miss ' Ruby Crawford is
spending this week with her.grand
mother, oT the Williamaton mill vil
Mrs. Nancie Crawford, of Wil
liamston, ia spending this week at
Pelzer with her daughter, Mrs. Mat
SI DM KY IIAKTZOtt WILL BK
GREENWOOD'* NEXT MAYOR
Nominated by Majority of 129L Votes.
General Election April IS
lu he second primary held * on
Tueeday, Mr. A. Sidney Hartzog wc?
nominated for mayor over bia oppo
nent. Mr. EugonB R- Goodwyn, by a
majority of 139 votes. The totals
were: Harizog, 458 and Goodwyn.
By boxes , the Vote stood as fol
lows!'': ' 4
Goodwyn-(Mtv box. 208; Green
wood MAU. 54; ??rendel Mill. 57.
Hartsog-City box, 293; Oreen <
wood Milli 88; Grendel MilJ. 77.
Mr. P?hl H..Ellis was nominated
in Ward 1 over Mr. C. E. Bouroc by
a majority of 47 vfctes, the totals be
ing 6ft and Bourne 32..
Mir. T. J. Anderson defeated Mr.
J. P. Hill in Ward ? br a majority
of 46, the totals being, Anderann. 84;
Tho total vote cast. In- the mavnr's
race was 777 compared with even
800 In the first primary.
The geveral election will be held
Tuesday; April 13th, and the \?tw
mayor and aldermen will be sworn
In on Tbnrsday night, April ?'.?h.
TAXKAVERS TAKE NOTICE j
The time for paying luxes will he
out April 1st. and I have published
a t$*t of Anderson Behool Districts
No. 17. which have . not been puld.
Now if you fall to call for your poll
tax when you pay your taxes it will
cost you $8.00 so if you full to pay.
do not blame your auditor.
Preachers and School Trustees uro
liable for poll 'tax.
THE 8TATE OP SOUTH CAROLINA,
Cour'./ of Anderson.
By W. P. Nicholson. Esq.,
Judge of Probate.
Whereas Jas. N. Pearman. C. C. C.
P., made suit to me to grant him let
ters of administration with will an
nexed of the derelict estate of and
effects of Geo. Mattison, deceased.
These are, therefore, to elle and
admonish all and singular the Kind
red and creditors of tho said Ge?.
Mattison, deceased, that they may ?
and appear before me. In the Court
of Probate, td be held at Anderson C.
H., S, C.. on tho. 25th day of March.
1915, after publication hereof, at lt
o'clock in the forenoon, to show
cause, if any they have, why the said
administration should not be granted.
Given under my hana, this 9th day
of February, Anno Domini. 1915.
W. P. NICHOLSON.
Judge of Probate.
Published on the 10th day ot Feb
ruary, 1915, in the Arderson In
NOTICE *0'jr?fe TOWNSHIP
BOARD OK ASSESSORS
Please send in your little book by
the 19th instant, so .that 1 can notify
the parties whoso property . assess
ment has been raised over one hun
The- Township Board of Assessors
will meet in my office at 1? noon Fri
day. March 26th, 1915. Butb-e sure to
send iu the little books at once.
(Signed) WINSTON SMITH.
Auditor of Anderson County.
. NOTICE OF ELECTION .
Notice is hureby given that in pur
suance of the provisions of an act of
the general assembly of this State,
approved March 9th, A. D., 1915. and
in accordance with the provisions of
an order this day Bigned by J. Mack
King, county supervisor of Anderson
County. S. C.. made In compliance
with the provisions of said act, an
election will be held at tho usual
voting precincts in Anderson County,
S. C., Tuesday. March the SOtlt, A. 1)..
1915. upon the question of issuing
coupon bonds of tho said county to
the amount of $750,000 for permauent
road improvement. The commission
ers of election shall appoint managers
and receive and tabulate thc returns
as in other elections. Tho polls shall
open at 7 o'clock a. m. and close ut
4 o'clock p. m.. as provided by law.
Said election shall be held uudcr the
laws governing the holding o' gen
eral elections in this State. There
shall bo provided for each yoting pre
cinct one election box, together with
two forms of ballots; on the one bal
lot shall be printed tho wordB "For
permanent road bonds in thc sum of
$750.000.-Yes;" on the other shall be
printed the words "For permanent
road bonds in the sum of $750,000.
Tho qualification for suffrage:
Managers of election shall requin*
of every elector offering to vote at
any election, before allowing him to
vote, thc production of his registra
tion cerftlflcate and proof of the pay
ment of all taxes, including poll tax,
assessed against him and collectible
during the previous year. The pro
duction of a certificate or of the re
ceipt of the c&cer authorized to col
lect such taxes shall be conclusive
proof of the payment thereof.
Before the hour fixed for opening
the polls managers and cleris must
take and subscribe the constitutional
oat. The chairman of the board of
managers can administer the oath to'
thc other members and to the clerk;
a notary public must administer the
oath to the chairman. The managers
elect their chairman an*d clerk, z
The managers have the power to
fill a vacancy, and if none o? the
managers attend, the citizens can ap
point from among the qualified vol
ors, thc managers, who, after being
sworn, can conduct the election.
At thc close of the election thc
managers and clerk must proceed
publicly to open the ballot boxes and
count the ballots therein, and con
tinue without adjournment until the
same is completed, and make a state
ment of the result for each office and
sign the same. Within three days
thereafter, the chairman of the board,
or some one designated by the boar?,
must deliver to the commissioners of
election the poll list, the boxes con
taining the ballots and written state
ments o? the results of the. election.
Thc managers of said election nindi
serve without, compensation. The
commissioners of election -shall report
the result ot said election In writing
In duplicate one copy of which shall
be filed in the office of the couuty su
pervisor of said county, and one copy
with the secretary of state, and said
duplicate repoi-tsj shall be kept on
perpetual record in said offices.
Anderson T. w. Norris, W T. Mc
Gregor, 8. J. iJ.iv!>..
Anderson Cotton Mills-1). F? Cur
ter.' T. M. Vanadorc. J. F. Stone.
Belton-J. G. Harris. W. P. Shir
ley. T. cox. ,.. ;
Belton Mille- W. C. Darby. J. H.
Arkfr. J. W Campbell.
Urogon Mills- C. L,. Cnthey. O. II.
Baliard, Will norton,
Graytonvllte-W. ? W. Clinkscalee.
W. B. Cowan, L. J, Wilson.
? i- Grote-A;.L. -Mahaffejr. N. A.
Burgess. A. W. Poor?.
Campbells Store-P. ?, Griffin. 1?.
B. Gentry. R. E. Campbell.
Cedar Wreath - W. Wi Flemming,
J. W Clyde. L. B. Merritt.
feater vlhe-T. II. Burris, Fred
Bolt, A. ML Hembree.
Concrete-J. W. Childers. J. M
Philips. J. A. Ellison.
Five Forks-A. N. Richardson, O.
W. Casey, c. L. Martin.
Flat Rock-Q. W. Tinker, C. C.
Watt. W. H. Whitaker.
Friendship-C? F. Cox. Q. W. Coo
by. J. A. Cox.
Cluck Mill-H. E. McDonald. R. li.
Spake. G. C. Lock.
(?rove School House L. S. Clink
scales. J. il. Brock. M. T. ?larris.
Uo!; iuds Store- J. M. Jones. H. J
Strickland, W. A. Glenn.
Honea Path-G. E. Moon-, W. T.
Kuy. P. W. Sullivan.
Hopewell Springs-L. R. Tucker.
Ithnina McPhall, J. L. Kay.
Iva-J. S. Uamby. H. B. Gulley. W.
Long Branch-W. R. Greer, C. 0.
Davis. C. E. Clements.
Mitfords-C. H. Bailey. J. I* Jack
son. J. J. Finley.
Moffcttsville W T..A, Sherard. J
S. Brown. R. S. Sherard.
Mt. Tabor-H. S. Garrison. J. W.
Palmer. B. C. Cromer.
Mountain View-W. M. Griffith. lt.
E. Whitlock. E. P. Algood. *
Neal s Creckr-H. P. McDaniel. T.
W. Martin. J. A. Elgin.
Orr Mill-W. H. Cothran, J. I!.
Hancock. W. W. Scott.
Pelter-Jas. A. Alexander. M. M.
Th omer son, Warren Wright.
Pelxer No. t-W. Grady Cox, J. L
Spearman. Neal Bass.
Pendleton- J. W. Simpson. S. E.
Whitten. J. C. Hall. Sr.
Piedmont A. B. ('lardy. J. lt. Free
man, J. F. Hammond.
Piercetown-A. M. Guyton, W. F
G. W. Durby. H. N. Garrison.
Smith's Mill- J. D. Stonccyphcr. B
F. Wright. H. C. Routh.
Sandy Springs- Thomas P. Hobson
. 3 .W. Darby. H. N. Garrison
I Starr-L. L. Moore. J. B. Quurles
I L. H. Hanna. Jr.
Three and Twenty --lt. ll. Tripp. W
T. Watson. J. c. Henderson,.
Toney Creek-J. A. Cox. J. E. Poore
J. M. Cox.
Townvllle-S. lt. Johnson. J. D
Babb. J. E. Barton.
Toxaway- W. H. Godfrey. Le.
Hughes. Earnest Kay.
TtiRaloo Academy- Jeff Cromer W
O. Marett. W. B. Compton.
Wright's Stun;-Asa Hall. Jr.. It
Parker Robinson. J. R. Pennell.
Whitfield Church-John H. Wyatt
~L. W. Harris, J. W, Knight.
Williamston J.-B. Hogg. W. J
Guyton. Oscar D. Gi ay.
Williumston Mill-G. lt. King, ( has
Koon. S. B. Pruitt.
White Plains-E. A. Durham. T. W
Johnson, B. T. Johnson.
Wllliford's Store-J. L. O. Shaw. .1
B. Shirley. D. J. Bolt.
Walker-McElmoylOr-W. C. Barnett
S. W. Newton. C. F. Rumh-r.
The managers at each prerinc
named above are requested to dole
gate one of their number to secnr
boxes and blank., for the electloi
from the county supervisor's office.
C. E. TOLLY.
W. A. HUDGENS.
J. C. RAGSDALE.
Commissioners of Election for Stat
ai il County 'Offices for Andersoi
Ct. un ty.
Anderson, S. C.. March 9. 1915.
New York Cotton.
NEW YORK. March 17.-Ther
was another sharp advance in cottoi
at the -opening today with July am
later deliveries making new big!
seasonal records, but reactions fol
lowed under realizing, and -the dos
was steady at a net gain of only 1 ti
Continued strength of Llverpoo
wes a factor at the start and firs
prices were 9 to ll points higher witt
July selling at 9.32. compared wit
9.28, high record of last January.
Liverpool was a buyer here, whit'
there was covering by sume of yes
tcrday's sellers ipr a turn, and a con
slderable demand from Wall Sree
and western sources. Offerings, how
ever, included some southern selling
while there was also moderate .selim,
here by houseB with Geramn coonee
dons und prices soon reacted to with
in 5 tp 0 points of yesterday's clos
Business became less active afte
Liverpool's close and the marke
turne?! easier in late trading, closini
at the lowest point of the day.
PYrlvate cables attributed the ad
vance in Liverpool to continuel
French and Russian buying, large
spot sales, and -mall offerings.
Cotton futures closed steady:
Open. High. Low. Closi
March. 8.70 8.70 8.70 8.6
May. 9.02 9.03 8.93 8.9
July., i. .. 9.30 9.32 9.22 0.2
October .. .. 9.61 9.61 9.52 9.5
Dece aber . . 9.77 9.79 9.72 9.7
Spot cotton quiet; middling up
lands 8.95. Sales 300.
LIVERPOOL. March. 17.-Collo
spot, strong. Good middling 5.69
middling 5.35. low middling 4.95
Sales 15,000; speculation and expor
5,000. Receipts 15.000.
Futures steady. May-June 5.24
June-July 5.29 1-2; July August 5.87
October-November 5.54; January-Feb
New Orleans Cotton.
NEW ORLEANS. March 17.-Net
high levels for the season wer
reached on the cotton market t?>da
on buying stimulated chiefly by new
from Livcrp.>ol. July went ov-er th
nine cent'mark for th*2? first tltnt
touching 9.01, whlU) December vol
up,to 9.50 At their best prices wer
9 to ll points over yesterday's c.\aat
Heavy realizing of pronta bv the lom
This is ti
for yourself, it you seek men, if yo
fixtures, equip- meat.
Twenty-fire words or lesa, Ona Tl
Six Times $1.00.
All advertisement over twenty-fiv<
word. Rates on 1,000 wurdi to
No advertisement taken for l?ss I
If your name appears In the tele]
your want ad to 321 and a bill will 1
WANTED TU SELL- Sundy Springs,
Kural Water Works, supplies
farniB with water for Etock and
home. No rains and no pumps.
Breded by manufacturers. Por
prices and Information, uppiy to
Rochester & Smith, Saudy Springs.
WANTED-Pow select boarders ut
210 West whittier Street; next door
to Opera House. :M8-;Up
WANTER-At once, ?vc or six room
cottage near court house or on car
line. Address, giving particulars
and rent i>rlco per month, "E" caro
WANTED To hire a horse and bug
KV to use several days for light
driving In thp country. Horse will
be well fed and taken caro of. Ad
dress A. ll. C., care The Intelli
WANTER-To correspond, confi
dentially, wit!) anyone desirious of
becoming permanently cured of the
morphine or whiskey habit. The
KEELEY INSTITUTE, COLUM
BIA, S. C. Box 75
WANTED-Everybody to know where I
they con get their bicycle, motor
cycle, locks and keys repaired at
reasonable prices. We ure agents
for the Indian motorcycle and
standurd brands bicycles. C?ates &
Smith. ?30 West Whitner Street,
POSITION WANTED--Crudunlo bf
Draughon's Business College with
practical experience in bookkeeping
and collecting would like position
as bookkeeper, collector or clerk
of any line of business. Write
"Uookkeeper" care Intelligen er.
WANTED-A reliable representative
In every cora m un Hy to act as agent
for Tlie Intelligencer. Liberal com
missions paid. Apply The Anderson
WANTED-Tbs privilege to cure
tobacco users at home. $5.00 buys
the euro. Information if desired.
THE KEELEY INSTITUTE, CO
LUMBIA, S. C.. Box 75.
side checked the rise. In the after
noon the market had a tendency to
react and the close was at u net gain
for tho session of 3 to 4 points.
Not only did Liverpool stand bet
ter than due on futures, but it report
ed spot sales of 15,000 bales while
private messages stated that both
Russian and Egyptian houses- were
heavy buyers dn that market. Man
chester reports were favorable and
were accepted as meaning that mills
wore well under orders and wei.? In
au Independent position regarding
Coti.in futures closing.
March 8.50- May 8.70; October 9.27;
Spot cotton steauy, unchanged;
middling 8.50; sales on the spot 1.225;
to arrive 380.
CHICAGO. March 17.-Splendid
crop promise on a big acreage had
much tn do with lower wheat, .'alucs
were unsettled / at the close, which
was 5-8 to 3 1-8 under last night.
Other net declines wer?-: Corn 5-8 to
7-8; oats 1-801-4 to 5-8, and provls
iona 7 1-2010 to 22 l-2c.
Grain and provisions '-losing:
Wheat, May ?1.54 1-2: July $1.21
Corn, May 73 3-4; July 7? 1-4.
?ats. May 59 1-2. July 53 7-8.
Cash gi ain: Wheat. No. 2 red, $1.56
3*4; No. 2 hard. $1.01.
Corn. No. 2 yellow. 74.
CHICAGO. March 17.-Hogs lower.
Bulk $6.7506.80; light $6.6006.85;
mixed $6.6006.85; heavy $6.3008.86;
rough $6.3006.45; pigs $5.50? 6.70.
('attie firm. Native steers $5.859
8.75; western $5.3007.45; cows and
heifers $3.3507.80; calves $6 60010.
Sheep weak. Sheep $708; year
lings $7.7309.10; lambs $7.5009.75.
Cotton Seed Oil.
NEW YORK. March 17 - Cottonseed
oil sold down to 0 points early today
under liquidation and with the.decMne
lu lard, but later offerings became
leas active and on demand from May
shorts. Ihe market more than recov
ered, closing 2 to 3 points pet higher.
The market closed Arm. SIM
bid Mar^ $6.65 06.73; April $6.70/?.
6.77; May $6.7906.JO; June $?.920
?.?$; Julv $7.0-107.04; August $7.12
?7.13; September a7i?l4?7.23; Oe
lober $7.05ff 7.20.
s gone. Tomorrow does not ex
)DAY is llie day of Opportunity,
he colouinn of opportunities. Read
it-if you seek a broader opening
u war.lto buy or sell machinery,
rn? 25 cents, Three Times 60 cents, -
. ?. .' fr
> words prorata tor each additional
be used In s month made on appll
han 25 cent?, cash In bdranoe.
phono directory yon can telephone
3e malled after Ita Insertion tor
FOE SALE--Stieff Piano used only
a short time, good as new. (Mica))
for cash. Write Piano, cure In
FOR 8 ALK-LIME -We have in
transit car sackod Agricultural
Lime. Will sell you any amount
wanted. Ask for prices. Furman
Smith. Seedsman. Phone 404.
FOR SALE-Seed Corn.' Andersou
County will increase acreage moro
than 50 per cent. Furman Smith.
Seedsman, Phono 464.
FOE SALK-One gentle goat, well
trained; also outfit, wugon and har
ueas. Hutch collar, used only two
or three months. For particulars,
write or call on ,Mr?. W. W. Smith.
Princeton. S. C. 3-18-ltp
FOE HE ST-Five room house on
West Market Street. Lights' and
one ot" the best wells in the State,
for $9.00 a month! Good big garden
space. Phone 842. Max Seigal.
FOR RKST-Store recently oc?;upV?
by The Intelligencer Job Printing
Department. If Interested in :? nhs
stund und good proposition, apply
to The Intelligencer. 1 8-15-11
1 PKAS- Why not . engage^ your peas
now? I have 500. bushels, of clay,
I peas for sale. R. K. Durrisa.
. .-ty?, r --V , - , -:-*
YOI! CAS SAVK money by having
your Ueycle, motorcycle. ke-s.
locks or go-carts repaired by Gates
<Jfc Smith, Phone 193, 130 West
EMPIRE CREAM SEPARATORS
Standard and unexcelled the world
over. Lightest running,. easiest
washed. "Built to Last." Investi
gate Empire before buying. Roy
N. Watkins, District Representa
tive. Belton, S. C.
TA EES" VP-Black and white cow
with crumpled horns, taken tip
Sunday. O. M. Heard, 105 South
POTATO SLIPS-Don't get scare J.'
there will be enough to go around.
Furman Smith, Seedsman Phone
464. , 3U-?t
BAY OLI? CHICKS-12 1-2. 15c. Rod?.
Plymouth Rockey and ordinary
chicks. 100 off every Monday. Safe
delivery guaranteed. Phone 847, or
wrlto Room 6, 119 1-2 X. Maro. St.
WHEN" the. inner man calls for i some
thing; to eut-come to the "Little
Gem" Cafe. No. 128 W. Whitncr
street, where you will Hud what,
you want and at tin right price. J.
E. Derrick, Propr.
HOW .MICH wood would a woodchuck
chuck If a woodchuck would chuck
woodf Wo don't know, 'hut we do
know that we will chuck you moro
fire wood ot any and nil sorts for
your money than any other -wood,
chuck,' Dry plas wood, cut or in 4
foot lengths, or-slabs, and dry. B.
N. Wyatt/"The 15.00 Coal Man."
BUCK-EYE BARBER SHOP-Hair
cut 15c. shave 10. Best service. Sau
isfaction guaranteed. C. A. McClain,
Mgr.- " -
DR. J. E WATSON
Office ic Ligon & Ledbetter Building.
North Main Street.
Office Phone 210.
Residence Phone 386.
A Specific Again Cold*.
"if t?erc ls such a thing.os a spe
cific against colds, it is to be found in
the sleeping porch, or the open bed
room. Next to that comes thc cold
sponge bath in the morning." ? ly? the
Youth's Companion.,. Be as cnn fal a<;
you can you will Occasionally
cold und wnen you do yo? "will find
Chamberlain's Gough .Remedy, a grea
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