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Commercial depressions are caused by men? tal suspense. Fear and mental suspense among business men come from decreased business. Decreased business comes when YOU reduce your purchases. This country-established for five centuries-isn't going to the bow-wows in a day nor in a decade. Show you've got moral courage backbone, faith in your coun try, your fellow men and yourself and Buy Now instead of hesitating -and help business pick up. Then will return the time of smiles and sunshine. Buy-It>Now This Is the time of nil times ? for the V. S. A. to moke vast strides. Lets ull get turo. Premiums rou Gold Band Soap Wrappers and Ryan's Naphtha Powdered Soap Coupons Wrappers Cnn Be Redeemed at Peoples New Furniture Co. 8T Cone In and Get Our Premium List >1? RIDER AGENTS WANTED lt * ffl JkklN EACHTOWManddlstricttorldoandexhibltasamDloI^t^Moaol |& if? BW*? Ran?*r,,ulcyclofurntshedby us. Our RlderA?*cnts everywhere are s^SSi ? ^iVmaklna-money fast. Write/or,full parttculananduvccidl offer at once. /wfW Bf/nEft WOMOWBYREOUIREOunttlyoureceiveondapproveyourblcyclo. / t\ DtVI? av Ant\ Wo ?hip to anyon? anywhere In tho ?. 8. tcUTuw.. >i ?nt deposit In I fl1 lU tV nlrm\ &dvance.prepov/re<0ht.andallowTEN DAYS'Pr.^r.'.TRIALduitDir if t\ I ISA H IwlM which tlmeyoumayrldethoblcycloandputlt toany test you wish. I AV firmm IB FlAlIf you ore then not perfectly 8*tla?ed or do not wish to keep Vie bl 1 |\ \\ Bl/ HA ? ft WIM cycle ship lt back to ua at ourcxpenae and you tcflt not be out one cent. Bli HM M ItlftlMBlgSftTftnu DOIPCO. Wo furnish tho highest erado bicycles lt la I \ amJeWmH rUXv9rA**IUnT PMIUfc? possible to makoatono small profit above i- \mtmkmWM HWJBHB actual factory cost. You savo $10 toS25 middlemen's proflts by buy \IJ UIIHIwaB nr3flm< direct of us and have tlio manu!acturer'ssuarantee behind your I Ta\VjEEE^- HktnvMhlcvclo. DO NOT BUY a blcycloora pair of tires from anyone at V^jf&fk mUawlrrVJXmariv vr ice until you receive our catalogues and leam oar unheard of I i Vi > vBWsMat Kl Km factory price* ai id remarkable special offert. m U WILL BE ASTONISHED ^VATL^SSL^^ I U fi IjV \ wl^BT tbewoaaVrJVUy Imiprica we aka meka ron thu rear. Y.e tell Outhit, beet trade 1 1/ VI VB \\ HB??bioycH? tor to? money than enr other factory. We era eetUfleU with SLat pratt t VI 11\ ral lefJMr ?bore factory oort. SI OYO UK MALER*, yon can eellourblcydeeonderyour % ll fillan VS?7 own lUlrne plata at double our prloee. Carden filled the day received. \ V V ff/ ygy SECOND HAND BICYCLE?. We do notrerularty hand!? eeooud hand blcretoa. \ li I SE/but oentaly ha?o a number on hand taken In trade br our Cblcaio retail ito ree. These wa dear * i efaft? Hedgethorn Puneture-Preof $ M M I lgSeH-healingTiresro^o?Sr 4 I Th? rtffular retad erl? of Meet I m If fil H ll I I Iel I ll H . ?re? it tWJXtytr pair. b*t to intro, AgEg MMMMMMMaaaMMk i?)r?>i(ffiW<^'^'^ a^l^e?e^aM?W?W?^aetaaffleWfraW?^^ ??MORETBO.BLEFBOKP?rlCTIRES figg fifti ^ftuMe, Teaks arOtaaa will frat'tot Oie eU out. QBE A aundrea thousand pairs sold last year. WjfcPfWlWW IHE&tHM&TrtnNe Mode In all ?lies. I^lMmBanHH BJOMVlUfM tum u nveiv and easy ?TI il I'I aaall ridlnjr, very durable and fined Inside with ^fiaaM Wi ?./ a apecial Quality ct rubber, which never bo- ^mMBmWmatBWmmmmf^^^'^S^^w/ cornea porous and which closes up small ^^^^^^^H ^^^^^^^ ^^^^^ PUiM^ree without allowing air to escape They woiindM RoilMthethlek rubtnr treae* bo more than an ordinary Ure, the puncture resist!n* HM| "A" and punaTurectrlps'rB'> quaUtles bein* givrai ?r several,layers ot Ain. specially 00*j V^NHm atrip''H'? pre?ayedfebrto on the tread. The regular price of mess jMl ce prevent rim .utting. Thi* ^."Ue wSf ? io jft,"*Yn^^^ not need to pay a cent until you examine and and ?hem strictly ?a vepreseoted. We will allow a e*?h ela^ourrl of 5 per cent (thereby makin?- the price a?. M per pair) If rou send PULL CAA H WITH ORDER and enclose this advertisement You run no risk tn aa?r/oV?^ &rSfrw??^ ?Mey^yoawUtrVraasyoar order. We want yon to aead ot a tnai order at once, heuee t bu runarka? aUreoOer. ~SX:i??t&&llt braBiuiYsOHiGAao, ILL. TENNIS ; We are sole agents for Spalding's Tennis and Base Ball goods. (See Window.) Faot'sBook Store Qut Meat if Your Kidneys Act Badly Take Tablespoonful of Salts if Back Hurts or Bladder Bothers. We are a nation of meat eaters and our blood is filled with uric acid, says a well-known authority, who warns us to he constantly on guard against kidney trouble. The kidneys do their utriost to free the blood of thiB irritating acid, but become weak from the overwork; they get sluggish; the eliminative tis sues clog and thus thc waste is re tained In the blood to poison the en tire system. . ? When your kidneys ache and /eel like lumps of lead, and you have stinging pains in the back or the urine is cloudy, full of sediment, or the bladder Is irritable, obliging you to seek relief during the night; ..hen you have severe headaches, ne. vous andy dizzy spells, sleeplessness, acid stomach or rheumatism in bad weath er, get from your pharmacist nhnu' four ounces of Jad Salts; take a ta blespoonful In n glass of water bcforr breakfast each morning and In a few days your kidneys will act (ino. Thi? famous salts is made from the acid of grapes Und lemon juice, combined with lithia, and has been used for generations to flush and stimuate clogged kidneys, to neutralise the acids in dritte so it ?B no longer a source pt irritation, thus ending uri nary and bladder disorders. Jad Salts ls Inexpensive and can not injure; makes a delightful effer vescent lithia water drink, and no body can make a misUke by taking a little occasionally to keep the kidi noys clean and active. Whooping Cough. "When my daughter had whooping cough she coughed so hard at one time that she had hemorrhage of the lungs. I was terribly alarmed about he.- econdition. Seeing Chamberlain's Cough r.eroedy so highly recommend ed I got her a bottle and it relieved the cought at once. Before she had vnished two bottles of this remedy shfi was entirely well." writes Mrs. S. V. Orhn<;8, Crooks ville, Ohio. Ob tain vb!e everywhere. (PROFESSIONAL J CARDS I General Practice Office ta Ligon ft Lodbetter Building North Main Street. Offlcs ??hone 210. Residence Phone 2841. C, GADSDEN SAYRE Architect 405-406 Beckley Building A ? A+mm si sn C Chisholm, Trowbridge A Suggs DENTISTS New Theatre Building W. Whitoei St The Contented Herd-Bey. In a flowery dell a herd-boy kept ie sheep; and because his heart was >yous he sans; so loudly that the urrounding hills echoed back bis wig. One morning the king, who -as out cn a hunting expedition, poke to him. and said: "Why are you so happy, dear little ne?" "Why should I not be?" he answer il. "Our king is not richer than I." "Indeed!" said the king; "tell nie f your great possessions." The lad answered: "Tho sun In 10 bright blue sky shines as bri git t r upon me as upon the king. The owers upon the mountain and the ra8s In the valley grow and bloom i gladden my sight as well as his. would not take a hundred thousand islers for my hands; my eyes aro r moro value than all the precious tones in the world; I hav? food and tothlng. too. I'm happy ns tho day ? long. Am I not, therefore, ns rich s the king?" "You are right," said the king. Ith a laugh; "but your greatest .ensure is a contented heart. Keep so, and you will always be happy; lippier, yes, and richer, perhaps, ian tho king."-Exchange. Do Jt Well. A group of children were happily laying on the broad door Htone, lin er protecting aliado trees. They rere going to play "Mothers." "I'm the mother," cried the largest ttle girl. "Thero ni ways lins to be a ?oilier, and I'm IL" lilack-cyed Net sat next. "I'm the ithcr," he asserted, sturdily. "Nel 0 and Rob can be the children, but 11 be tho father, and. of course, I'll se to things and maka everybody do ?hot I say. A little, blue-eyed tnt of a girl saw very good chance of oelug left out 1 this pretty family game. "What om I?" nbc c .'-ed, u little lllfully. Very little girls are so apt J be left out anyway. "There has to ho servants," said ie self-selected father and mother, 'hat's all that's left that wo can see." "Well," remarked the little girlie erv sweetly. "Ill be a real nice nc, Iben. Somebody has to do omet liing for the rest, and it's Just s good ns anything if you do it nice. -Selected. Obedient Juck-^ Story of a Dog. (By Miss Julia Graydon.) Jack was a great big Scotch collie rho was very fond of children; and .hen bia mistress, Jamie and Janet's lother, found that he could be trust d to go with her boy and girl to chool every day she waa very glad, Dr father had to go to hla office so arly that he could not go with them. When the three, Jamie, Janet, and aok, returned from school at noon for Jack always went for them at 12 'clock), -mother would give Jack bis inner as soon as they arrived; and nen sha would pat him ou the hoad nd say, "Good old dog." Jack would rag his tall and give a pleased bark. The teacher knew Jack's bark; nd if the children were kept in and e did not see them with thc others, e would go round to the window ..here they sat and bark and bark, nd she would say: "A little late to lay, Jack. Be patient." He never ame until school was out, although I hink he would have enjoyed coming t recess and romping with the cholers. When the town clock struck twelve, lother would say, "Go to School, ack," and off he would run. One day mother was talking to a rlend In the sitting room, and she vas telling the 1 friend what a good log Jack was. and she said: "I Just ay, 'Go to school Jack,' and off '.ia oss." ^iow. the friend was a little eaf. so she hud to repeat il several toes; but she did not notice that ack was Jost outside wagging his ill. After ber friend ha? gone, lother went Into the kitchen to make pie. Passing through the hell, abe sw' that lt was only eleven o'clock; o she knew she had plenty of time. Ibo was just putting the pie into the ven when she heard children's olees and there st the gato stood amie and Janet and Jack. "Why, children ! * mother exclalm d. "What are you dote g here? It s only half past eleven." "O mother,*'t^ey answered ta. the ame breath, "Jack came and barked mder the window, and Miss Morse aid we might go borne." v^Wuere was Miss Jenkins, your egular teacher?" , "She ts sick." said the children, and we told Miss Morse that you ai reys sent Jack when it was Gmo for s to go home." "Well, wetlf" ' said mother. "But rhat made Jack go for you? I did ot send bim." Here Jack looked up at her so wist ttlly that the had not the heart to peak sternly to him. A CONFESSION Hopet Her Statement, Made Public, will Help Other Women. Hines, Ala.-"I must confess", says Mrs. Eula Mae Reid, of this place, "that Cardui, the woman's tonic, has done me a great deal of good. Before I commenced using Cardui, I would spit up everything 1 ate. I had a tired, sleepy feeling all the time, and was irregular. 1 could hardly drag around, and would have severe headaches con tinuously. Since taking Cardui, I have entirely quit spilling up what I cat. Everylhing BCcms to digest all right, and 1 have gained 10 pounds in weight." If you are a victim of any of the numer ous ills so common to your sex, it is wrong to sufier. For half a century, Cardui has been re lieving just such ills, as is proven by the thousands of letter*, similar to the above, which pour into our office, year by year. Cardui is su :cessful because it is com posed of ingredients whicb act specifically on the womanly constitution, and helps build the weakened organs back to health and strength. Cardui has helped others, and will help you, too. Get a bottle today. You won't regret it. Your druggist sells it. . Writi to : ChatUnoon Medicine Co.. Ladlet' Ad vliory Dept.. CluUl?noof?. Tenn., for StHcial ire? tlructwni on your use and 04-pace book. "Hom* Treatment for Women," tant la p'aln ?rapper. NC120 Then suddenly aa abe stood there looking al the trio, who were na much surprised as she herself, mother re membered her deaf friend and how sho had told ber about Jack and had had to repeat lt. "It's all right children," sho said, laughing. "Mrs. llurko was hero, and I told her bow I sent Jack to school for you; and I had to say lt BO loud that Jack must have heard mo say, 'I just say, 'Go to school. Jack,' and thought I was talking to hita, for ho was evidently out on the porch." Then they nil laughed heartily, and .Tack had lil? dinner a little earlier Utan usuul; and bc enjoyed lt as much as Jamio and Janet enjoyed the cranberry tarts mother bad made for them. And when they went back to achool In thc afternoon and told their little friends about Jack, ho'became more of a pet than ever; and tho teacher said shu wished that little boys and girls could bo un quid; to obey their parents and teachers us Jack had been, for, though he did not see his mistress, he obeyed ber voice right away. Harrisburg, Pa. _ How Hrs. Harrnd Hot Uh! af Uer Stomach Trouble. "I suffered with stomach troublo for years and tried everything I tieard of, but the only relief 1 got was temporary until last spring I suw ('haiub.rluiu'a Tablets advertised aud procured a bottle of them at our drug store. I got immediate relief from that dreadful heaviness after eating and from pain in the aiomach." writea Mrs. Linda Harrod. Fort Wayue, Iud. Obtainable evprvwhere. Charleston & Western Carolina Railway To and From the NORTH, SOUTH, EAST, WEST Leaves: No. 22 . . . .6:08 A. M. No. 6 . . . .3:37 P.M. Arrives: No. 21 . . .11:15 A. M. No. 5 ... . 3 :07 P. M. Information, Schedules, rates, etc., " promptly I given. E. WILLIAMS, G. P. A., Augusta. Ga. Condensed Paiseager Schedule "lEDMONT A NORTHERN BA1LW11 COMPANY. Effectue January 17th, 1915. ANDERSON Arrivals. Wo, Bl. .... 8r?a. Se. IS.10:00 a. m. No. SS. . .%. . 11:40 a. ?. te. 17.1.16 * Ita, S?.?:40 p. gb Ha. 41. ... ... QM a, sa. No. 48.0i20 p. BS. Departures. Ne, tO..7.U a. ?. fte. MS... ... ... .. tit* a? m. Ne. 84 ... .lOttta-st. Ne, ?a. ..!&.* p. av Ne. t8 .tttO p. m. Ne, ?0.4 itt p. au He, 4?.Silt v. a.. ...CL 8. ALLEN, Trama Haasger. Spend your money at borne. Buy South Car olina custom hand made harness, bridles, etc., at factory prices. A trial order will prove our as sertion. We buy hides and tallow at highest prices. Write us your wants and offerings. WILSE W. MARTIN Columbia, S. C. SCHOLARSHIP in either Bookkeeping and Penmanship or Stenography and Typewriting at the PERRY BUSINESS COLLEGE Greenville? S. C. FOR SALE CHEAP Apply to "SCHOLARSHIP" (care Anderson Intelligencer) ANDERSON, S. C. < t Attention! ConfederateVeterans Low round-trip rates, convenient regular and Special Train schedules with through coaches and standard and tourist sleepers, will be provided for the convenience and comfort of Veterans and friends traveling to the Annual Reunion. RICHMOND. VIRGINIA June 1st. 2nd and 3rd.. SEABOARD AIR UNE "The Progressive Railway of the South." OFFICIAL ROUTE OF THE WALLER SPECIAL MONDAY. MAY 31,1915 (One night trip, arriving Richmond early in morning June 1st., ?he day the Reunion begins.) Schedule Fare-round-trip Leave Abbeville .. .. .. .. ..4:39 P.M. $8.55 - May 81st. Leave Greenwood.5:07 P. M. 8.25 May Slst. I Arnyo Cross Hill.5:29 P. M. 8.00 May 31s.t~ Len vc- Mountvllle ...5:36 P. M. 7.00 May Slst Leave Clinton .,.6:52 P. M. 7.00 May 81st. Leave? Whltmire.6:20 P. M. 7.36 May 31st. Leave Carlisle ....6:42 P. M. 7.10 May 31st. Leave Pride (Union).6:46 P. M. 7.40 May 31st. Leave Chester ...7:06 P. M. 6.80 May 31st. Leave Edgemoor.7:34 P. M. 6.80 May 31st. Leave Catawba.7:46 P. M. 6.80 May 31st. Leave Woxhaw....8:07 P. M. 6.20 May 31st. '..eave Monroe.8:23 P. M. 5.90 May 31st. Arrive Richmond ...6:55 A.M. June 1st. Through coaches will be operated from Pelzer and Anderson on ( iedmont & Northern Railway on the following schedule to O :en vood and there attached to the Special: Leave Anderson.2:30 P. M. .? Leave Pclser ...2:41 P. M. Leave Belton.3:05 P. M. Leave Honea Path.8:23 P. M. Leave Donalds.3:34 P. M. Leave Hodges. ..8:15 P. M. Arrive Greenwood.4:10 P. M. $8.86 May Slst. 8.26 May 31st. 8.25 May 81sL 8.25 May Slst. 8.86 May 31st. 8.26 May 31st. (To be attached to Special.) Special car wilt also be operated from Lauren, via C. N. flt L. Rail way, to Clinton, S. C, thence Seaboard Special train to Richmond. Fare $7.90 for the round-trip. ' Tickets will be sold May 2.9lh to June 2nd, inclusive; limited to lune loth. By pa;>ing 5oc at Richmond limit will be extended to June 3oth. Stop-overs allowed at all stations going and returning. Side-trip tickets will be sold to stations in Virginia and adjoining State and Washington. D. C. during the Reunion. Return portion of tickets will be honored from Norfolk for those who visit that place after the Reunion, not making it necessary to return via Richmond. IN ADDITION TO THE SPECIAL TRAIN THERE ARE TWO REGULAR THROUGH TRAINS TO RICHMOND EVERY DAY. For information or Pullman reservations call on Seaboard agents Or write to C S. Compton, Traveling Passenger Agent, Atianta, Ca. * Fred Gelssler, Asst. Gen, Passenger Agt. Atlanta, Ga.