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Chautauqua Joy Night to Be In Charge
of Ralph Bingham, Well Known
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'OY night ot* Chautauqua week, with Its tun and freedom from care, will
be In Hu- v* of Ralph Mlngbnin, widely known humorist and a prince of
entertainers. Mr.< Bingham in a southerner-tn fact, IR ouc of thu few
remaining southern humorists of national fame-and the south delights
to. honor him'as one df its favored sous.
Mr. Bingham haa been upon the platform for more than thirty years, be
ginning sa a hoy orator, lt ls doubtful if any mad can speak for the Lyceum
and Chautauqua in any.more representative sense than Mr. Bingham, ile
founded the International Lyceum Association, backed by a little group of lec
turers and bureau managers, and was Its first president. Today this organiza
tion bas a membership of nearly 1,000 and Includes senators, governors and
platform celebrities in many lines.
Mr. Bingham was just recently made a member of the famous Lambs Club
In New York, which ls considered the greatest club of distinguished nctors,
. authors, composers and artists in th- United staten.
In tba Joy Night festivities Mr. itlnghum will be assisted by the Christine
Oiles-Bingbam Company of four mciul?erH, who play thu plano, violin, cello
and flute. Mme. Christine Glles-Blnghaui headed her ?wu company in the
Lyceum and Chautauqua liefere she Itecamu Mrs. Klnirbam. She ls the pos
sessor of a lyric soprano voice of unusual sweetness a ul sympathy and an at
In addition to her popularity ns a Hinger, she ls n . violinist of marked
ability. A moat unifie tenture of her performance is the playing of her owu
violin obljgato while she sings.
Chautauqua Week Here May 10th. to 17th.
From $40 to $60 of our profits-is
what every retail buyer of a Ford
will get, if we sell and deliver,300,
000 new Fords between August 1,
1914 and August 1, 1915.
And the Ford is surely the most use
ful motor car made, as it fits into the
demands of all lines of human life,
?s low in price and costs less than
two cents a /nile to'operate and
Runabout 1M40; Touring Cur, iMSOjTown tar ?OOO;
Coupclet, $750; Sedan, $975, U o. h Detroit with all
Oh display and sale at
TODL> AUTO SHOP
COLE. L? BLE?SE
CWambla, 8. C.
i JNO. B. ADGER MULLALLY
Anderson, 8. C
Offices 751 W. milner St.,
Telephone ?58, Anderson, 8. C.
FOUR HUNDRED AND NINE.
TY-EIGHT PERSONS ARE
PAID OUT IN THE
Money u Sent to Clerks of Court
From Office of the Comp
The Office of thc clerk of court of
Anderson county is in receipt of the
pension rolls for the year 1915. The
money will he forthcoming from the
office of the Comptroller General im
mediately, and In the next day or two
the clerk of court will he ready to
hand out checks to those entitled lo
n--tve money from this source
Tho general assembly appropriat
ed I300.000.0U for pensions, out of
which tl>o Confederate infirmnry re
,-. iv- $17.454.75. leaving a balance
of 1282,545.25. To this was added
tue refunds made by the clerks of
court in 1914, on account of deaths
and other causes, making thc totul
amount paid pensioners- $286,171.60.
Thc roil in 1915 was decreased, by
146, mid on account of this decrease
and thc increase in tho appropriation,
tho two lower CIOSSCB C No. 2 and C
No. 4 will receive $28.50 in 1915 ns
against $24.00 in 1914.
Thc distribution by dusses ls as
A 183-$ 96.00.$17,508.00
ll . 125- 72.00. 9.000.00
C No. 1 565- 48.00. 27,120.00
C No. 2 3,045- 28.50. 86,782.50
C No. 3 474- 48.00. 22,949.00
C No. 4 4,314- $28.50.122,949.00
Of thu above 3,918 arc soldiers and
4,788 widows of soldiers.
The amount sent each, county is as
Edgeflold. . 4.567.50
lancaster... . .. .. 6.4SI.50
Laurens... . 9,219.00
Orangeburg. .... 7.427.00
Union... . 7,702.50
York. - 8,481.00
Sage Tea Darkens
Hair to Any Shade
Don't Stay Gray! Here's an
Old-time Recipe that Any
body can Apply
The use ot Sage and Sulphur for
restoring fauod, gray hair to its nat
ural color dates back to grandmoth
er'^. tim?-. Sho used lt to keep her
hair beautifully dark, glossy and
abundant.. Whenever her hair fell
our or took on that dull, faded or
streaked appearance, this, simp!*
mixture was applied with wonderful
But b. cv.'mg at home ls mussy and
out-of-date. Nowt days, by asking at
any drug atore fer a 50 cent bottle ot
"WyeuYa Sage and Sulphnr Com
pound," . yon . will -?et this famous old
recipe whloh car. bc depended upon
to rertor? natural color and beauty
to the bald and In splendid for dand
ruff, dry- feverish, itchy scalp ?nd
A well '.mown downtown druggist
says lt darkens the hair so neutrally
and evenly that nobody'can tell it
has been applied. You simply damp
en a sponge or. sot* brush with it and
draw thia through your hair, taking
on strand at a time. By morning the
gray hair disappears, and ate*- an
other application or two. it becomes
beautifully dark, glossy, soft und
OR THIS \
Turkish Consul Who Led
Attacks on Americans!
Melirnird Kaghib Hey.
Mohamed Raghib' Bey, Turkish con
sul ut Urumlab, in tito most eust
c-n theatre of the war, where Turks
and Ku83ianj are struggling, led an
attack on Americans at that place.
He was at the head of seventy Aska
rls who sacked thc American mission
M bout which l?.tMlO Christians had
taken refuge; Thc consul /ordered
three pricstB and two deacons to
leave thc mission, and as they were
passing through thL> streets they were
insulted and mercilessly beaten.
In the . courtyard of thc orthodox
who was also subjected to Insults
and blows, succeeded in sending to
Selma:-, two messengers to ask prompt
assistance from thc Russian troops
to .save the lives of the Christians,
whom thc mission was not able to
Willard and Johnson ?
Preparing to Leave Cuba
HAVANA! April C..-Jess Willard
and Jack johnson aro preparing to
leave Cubs'. Willard goe.? to Key
West tomorrow, but his destination
from there is undetermined Willard
was given a dinner by Havana citizens
tonight. Johnson remained in seclu
sion most*?f the day. He auld he
will start "Thursday or Friday for
\It was announced tonight tha* thc
attendance at1 the-light was thirty two
thousand and tho receipts a hundred
and ten thousand dollars._
UP ECZEMA AND
This old time skin healer is
used just like any
cold cream. *
Sulphur, says a renowned dermatol
ogist, just common hold-sulphur made
into a thick cream will Boothe and heal
thc skin when irritated and broken out
with Kr zenia or any form of eruption.
The moment it i? applied All itching
ceases and after two or th rc? applica
tions tlic Eczema diHanpcnrn, leaving the
skin clear and smooth.
He tolls Eczema sufferers to get from
anv good pharmacy an ounce of bold
sulphur and apply it to the' irritated
parts thc .?-amo ns you would any cold
For many years common hold-sulphur
has occupied a ?cure position in tlie
practice of dermatology and cutaneous
affections by reason of its parasite-de
stroying property' lt not only para
sitic ?dal, hut aleo antipruritic, anti
septic and remarkably healing in all
irritable and inflammatory conditions of
the akin. While not always effecting a
permanent cure it never fails to in
stantly subduo the angry itching and
irritation and heal th? Eczema right
up and it is often years later before
any eruption again appears on the Bkin.
New York Market.
Open high low close
May. 9.86 9.92 9.89 9.88
July.10.15 10.24 10.15 ?10.19
October.10.50 J. 0.57 10.50 10.55
December.. ..10.7a 10.77 10.71 10.73
mm WHEN BS
MAKES YOU SK
"Dodson's Liver Tone" ls Harmless Tc
Clean Your Sluggish Liver .
Ugh! Calomel makes you sick. Tt't
horrible! Take a dota of*the dnngrroui
drug tonight and tomorrow you may lose
a day's work.
Calomel is mercury or nuicksilvci
which causes necrosis of the hone*
Calomel, when it conics into contad
with BOUT bile crushes into it. breaking
it up. Ibis is when you feel that awfu
nausea ?nd cramping. If you are slug
gish and "all knocked out." if youl
liver ii< torpid ami bowels eonstipatoi
or you have headache, dizziness, coatei.
tongue, if breath is bad or Ptomach 6our
ju Ht try a swiojiful of harmless Dodson'i
Liver Tone "tonight on my guarantee.
Ural? and Seeds.
Ear corn, per bushel .. ..'JOc to $1.00
Mixed peas.tl. 50 to $1.60
Cane seed, per bushel.SI. 25
Soy beans, per bushel.$2.50
California black eye peas, per
bushel.$2.75 to $3.00
Dwarf Essex Rape, per pound. ,,15o
Cleveland, per bushel.. ..75c to $1.04
Cooks, per bushel .. ..$1.00 to $1.2.1
Toole, per bushel.75c to $1.00
Mitchells Proli -, per bushel.. $1.50
Texas Riordan, per bu. $1.00 to $1.23
Culpepper, per bushel.$1.00
Hens, each... ?..35c to 50c
Friers, each.30c to 43c
Porkers dressed, per lb. 12c to 12 l-2c
Hogs dressed, per lb.Ile
Mutton dressed, per lb. 10c to ll l-2c
Beet cattle, per lb.4 to 4 l-2c
Veal calf, per lb.4 to 5 l-2c
Hogs, per lb.8 to 'Je
Sheep, per lb.4 1-2 to 5 l-2c
Country hams, ?per lb. 15c to 17 l-2c
Eggs, per doz.17 l-2i
Butter, per lb.20 to 25c
Sweet potatoes, per bu. . .$1.00 to $1.10
Turnips, per bu.60c to 8.">c
Turnip Greens, per bu... COc to 73c
Spring onions, per bunch 3c to 3 l-2c
Lccal cotton 9 1-2 cents.
?K AND SALIVATES
I Here's my guarantee-Go to any drug
store and get a 50 cent bottle of Dod
son's Liver Tone. Take a spoonful and
if it doesn't straighten you right un
and make you fcc! fine and vigorous I
want you to go back to the store ard
? get your money. Dodson's Liver Tono
? is destroying ide salo of calomel because
! it is real liver medicine; entirely Vege
table, therefore it can not salivate or
" make you' sick.
I guarantee that o' c spoonful oi Dod
- son's Liver Tone wit' put your sluggish
? liver th work and clean your bowels of
I that sour bile and constipated waste
- which is clogging your system and muk
. ing you feel miserable. ? guarantee that
I a bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone will
I keep your entire family feeling line for
, months. Give it to your children. It is
i harmless; doesn't gripe and they like its
George W.Perkins says: "The first requisite for doing
butines. Uto be able to get at a customer. The more cu?;,
tomer? you can readily get at. the more business you can do.
? . * ; . ...... . ," :r
As it' is "the mind that does business" and "the telephone
gives the mind wings," you can domorebwiness by tele
phone than in any other way, because yr>u can reach more
customers. And you reach them in a personal voiceto-voice
manner, that builds business.
Do You Make Full Use of the Telephone in Your Business?
SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE
AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY
Judge Sentences Them
To Work For Ford
Judge Alfred K. Mpprrt.
Judge Alfred K. Rippert of tho
County Court of Common Pleas In
Cincinnati has accepted tho offer
made by Henry Ford, the Detroit
automobile manufacturer, to care for
convicta and reform them. Mr. Ford
told thc Federal Industrial Relations
! Commission, when he testified before
lt, that h,e would be able to reform
I all thc prisoners in Sing Sing if
j they were sent to him. That was not
done, but Judge Nippert made . on
arrangement with bini by which
prisoners could be Gent from Cin
cinnati to the Detroit plant.
One Cincinnati man has boen sent
to thc Detroit plant following Iiis ar
rest as a result of being out of work
and unablo to furnish his wife and
baby with food. The young man who
was sent to tho Detroit plant, in
stead of to Jail, has written the
judgL> ho is well satisfied.
Aeroplane Flights, High Diver
and Zoo Proposed For Coun
ty Fair. i
Representing the Henry Myerhoff
company of New York city, Harry
Bentum was in the city yesterday in
conference with ofllcials of thc cham
ber of commerce looking to .tho stag
ing here during Anderson County Fair
week, which has been set fer October
25-30, of a number of attractions, such
as aeroplane flights, a high diver, clo.
This company makes a specialty of
putting on attractions of this naturcut
big fairs throughout tho country, and
hold contracts for putting on thous
ands of dollars worth of exhibits at
fairs in big cities of tho west and
If the arrangements aro carried out,
Capt. Thomas Baldwin.,.said to be an
efficient "blrdman," will bo_ brought
here for a series of aeroplane flights,
two fligitts being given daily. A fe
male high diver and a zoo of consid
erable siz0 are also among thc attrac
It is probable that more definite an
nounccmcnta with reference to thu
fair and those attract if.'is will bo
forthcoming in the near future.
- Liverpool Cotton.
Oct Nov.5.91 5.U6
: DR. J. E. WATSON
Oflico In Lagon & Ucdbetter Building.
North Main Street.
^ Office Phone 210.
IteBidecce Phone 38C.
Greatly Reduced Round
Vrcmfor Carrier of thc Mouth in Cintr?
nectloa With Blue Ridge From
Antler-on, S. C.
and roiyrn account of Southern Bap
tist Convention; Tickets oh sale May
6th to lilli, with return limit May
fa&?0 . - ... ... Memphis Tenn.
and" return account ot Cotton Manu
facturers Association. Tickets on sale
April 10. ll and 12th with return
limit April 24th.
SS2.50 ...Washington, D. Vi
and return account of Daughters of
tho American Revolution. Tickets on
sale April 15. 16 and l?tb with return
limit May 8th, 1?15.
fU8. ,.Atlanta. Ca.
and return account of Atlant- Music
Festival. Tickets on sale April 36Ut
to 30th, with return limit May 4tb,
and return account of Southern Con
ference. Tickets on sale April 25, 26
and 27th with return Iriiit May 8th,
For complete information, .Pul?man
toservation, t nd tickets call on a ti y
fVGEE. Ai G. P. A.,