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Glenn Plumbing Co.
"Thc Plumb Good Plumbers" Anderson's Oldest end Most Re liable Plumber FRANK GLENN la Now In Business For Himself And prepared to do any and all binds of plumbing at the best prices to be obtained Phones 922 and S08 123 Rose Hill I PROFESSIONAL j CARDS DR. J. E. WATSON General Practice Office In Llgon ft Ledbetter Building. North Main Street. Office Phone 210. Residence Phone 388. C. GADSDEN SAYRE Architect 405-406 Bleckley Building . Anderson, S. C. Chisholm, Trowbridge & Suggs DENTISTS New Theatre Building W. Whitner St Bye and Bye Leads to the house of never. Bsgln now, save a part of your earnings Continuous Savings will soon count up when deposited in the Bavlngs Department of The Bank of Anderson The strongest bank in the county. We Keep Clothes New Merely because you buy many or expensive wrapa, gowns, waists, lingerie, etc., does not mean In itself that your ward rohe lt above reproach. It's the appearance that your clothes have when you wear them that counts. ? It they always look clean and fresh, hang smartly-lu tact look as though they were Just new-you are getting the value from your wardrobe that you should. Our French cleaning and pressing service will help you make Ulla possible. PHONE 7. Anderson Steam Laundry CHEAP INSURANCE* You nan bay a bottle of Dr. Hilton's Life For The Liver and Kidneys No. 2, and cleanse your system freya all impurities of your body, and save lots of sickness and lost time. Price 25 and 60 cents. For sale by all druggists. Drlatrlbuted hy Murray Drug Co., Columbia. 8. C LEGAL NOTICES ix OMI: TAX i* A Y I: KM TA KB NOTICE. Th?? tl nu; for muklng Income Tax Returns will cloue the int of July. Ail who ,u" ,u make Income tax by tliut time Alli have to pay rout and penalty. Thia hi from Carlton W. Sawyer, Comptroller General, nt Co lumbia, S. C, bo I would bu Riad to have you make these returns at once, iso your Auditor will not be embar rassed. Those who r?fuse to make income Tax Returns will be compelled to do BO ut heavy cost. Thin lu the law m d BO long as lt lu, 1 wl'l have to enforce lt for Andeidon County. Winston Smith, Auditor. CITATION FOR BETTERS OF AO MINISTRATION. Whereas, J. lt. Billson made suit to me to grunt him letters of udminlstra lion of the estate und effects of An till- Ellison, deceased. These ure therefore to alto and ad monlsh ull and singular the kli.Jred and creditors of the aid Annie Bill son, deceased, that tiley may appear before me in the court of probate, to be held al Anderson C. H., S. C., on the 12 day of June 1915 to show cause, if any, why said adniinistrtion should uot be granted. W. P. Nicholson, Uaw 2wks. Judge of Probate. NOTICE OF PROPOSAL TO ISSI E BONDS FOR IMPROVEMENT OF ROCKY RIVER DRAINAGE DIS TRICT NO. 1. Notice is hereby given that it in the purpose o? the undersigned board uf drainage commissioners of Rocky Hiver Drainage District No. 1 to is sue bonds for the construction of tho projected improvement of said Rocky River Drainage District No. 1. The amount of the bonds to be Issued 's twenty thousand dollars (f 2U.00o.0-ii. which bonds shall bear Interest at the rate of not exceeding BIX per cent, per annum, payable semi annually; and said bonds shall run for twenty five years. Any laud owner having landn assessed in the said district and not wanting to pay interest on the bonds may within thirty days after :he publication of this notice pay the county treasurer the full amount of ils assessment and have his land re leased therefrom. The drainage tax roll for aald district ls filed in dupli cate with the Bheriff and with the :reasurer and clerk of court of the county of Anderson, S. C., a: their respective offieen In the court house it Anderson, 3. C. ? Z. C. Ballentine, Chairman. J. J. Fretwell, * .' ft. S. Ligon. Board of Drainage Commisioners for Rocky- River-Drainage District No. Li itaw Swks. ? STATE. OF,SOUTH CAROLINA, County of Anderson. Court of Probate. H.' P. Cely, as administrator of the ?state of Rachel Lewis, deceased, Plaintiff, against Jake Lewis, Ann Richey, George W. 3ambrell, Emma Barmore, John Garn zell, Lou Jane Harris, Lizzie Moore, Rose Gumbrell, Ida Barton, Dock El -od, and E. F. Elrod. Defendants. To tho.Defendants Above Named: You are hereby summoned and re lulred to answer the complaint In his acUon, of which a copy ls here lervod upon you, and to serve a copy >f your answer to the said complaint m the subscribers, st their offices, in [Beckley Building, at Anderson. S. C., vithln twenty days after the service ?ereof, exclusive of the day of such service; and if you fall to answer the ?omplaint within the time aforesaid, he plaintiff In thlG action will apply o the court for the rbllef demanded n the compt"'nt. Bouham, Watkins & Allen. Plaintiff's Attorneys. Dated Anderson, S. C., June 4, 1916. To the Absent Defendants, George W. Gambrell and Ida Barton: Take notice that the Bummons and 'omplaint In thia action.are this day Bed in the office of the Probato Judge 'or Anderson County, South Carolina Bonham, Watklus & Alica, Plaintiff's Attorneys. June 4. 1915, To the Infant Defendants, Win.' Gambrell. Rosa Gambrell, Maxey Gambrell and Dock Elrod. and the persona with whom they reside: Take notice that you must within won ty days after the service of this lummons on you. exclusive of the day jf such service, procure to be ap pointed guardians and lltem to repre sent said minora in this action. If you 'ail to do so within the time prescrib ed, the plaintiff will procure such ap pointments to be made. Bonham. Watkins & Allen, Plaintiff's Attorneys. June 4. 1916. 6-S-Sw-ltaw. Winthrop College. SCHOLARSHIP ead ENTRANCE EXAMINATION The examination for the award of recant scholarship In Winthrop Col lege and for the admission of new M?denla will be held at the County Court House on Friday, July S, at 0 u m. Applicants must not be lesa than sixteen years of age. When Scholarships are vacant after July 2 they will be awarded to those making the highest average at thia examina tion, provided they meet the condi tions governing the award. Appli cants for Scholarships should write to President Johnson before tho ex amination for Scholarship examina tion blanks. Scholarships are worth $100 ai.d free tuition. The next session will ?pen September 15, 1915. For further information and catalogue- address Pres. D. B. Johnson, Rock Hill. & C. (rossara TJn*yLucv in Iront $2.00 to $10.00 Fitted li) our < ni M'ticrr. D. GEISBERG WHEN you tee an arrow, what do you thing of? Of Course! WHY Because it goes straight to the spot! Special Sale Fine Selected Queen Olives and Pimento Stuffed Olives Regular 25c Size. rODAY OLLY fwo Bottles For IF YOU EAT OLIVES, you can't afford to miss this sale Anderson Cash Grocery Co. IVOHK DONE FOB TUE COUNTY AND PURCHASES FOB THE COUNTY Tho public la again warned that on y such work done on the public roads >f the county an ls authorized by tbe uipervisor or one of the Board of Commissioners will be paid by the Board of Commissioners. The only persona authorized to buy material, ;oods, wares and merchandise for the :ounty are the supervisor, the county commissioners, tbe steward of the :ounty home snd the sergeants of the chain gangs r All these parties are equipped with order books and orders nust be attached to all accounts. All dalma not made in pursuance of above conditions will be dlsapprov :d and payment refused. J. MACK "KINO, v Supervisor. June 4th. 1915. 6-14-15. A Mistake Made by Maay. Don't walt tor rheumatism to indi ate diseased kidneys. When you suf er pains and aches by day and. sleep llsturping blsdder weakness by night, eel tired, nervous and run down, the cidnevs and bladder should be re itoreu to healthy, strong snd regular iction. It ls a mistake to postpone reatment. Foley Kidney Pills put he kidneys in soud, helthy condition nd keep them active and strong. Be tta taking today. Good results fol ow* the first dose. Evans Pharmacy. Winner of 500-Mile Automobile Race Ralph De Palma, won tho fifth an nual 500 nilli? automobile race at In dianapolis, Decoration Day, breaking all records for the distance.1 Hu took the bad just before the ^uo mlle mark was passed and held lt practic ally all the rest of the distance. lils tliiD- for (he f.OU miles was 5:113:55.50, un average speed of 89.94 miles au hour. Rene Thomas, who won last year, averaged 8LV47 miles an hour. Why Many Moving Picture Films Are Crude. The Woman's Home Companion is conducting a campaign for better mov ing pictures. Each month its editors In New Vork are examining hundreds [if films und each month they recom mend to their readers tito best. In this month's Companion about one hundred films are recommended and an article iccoinpanics the Hst entitled, "How Better Films Are Selected," in the .ourse of which the writer comments in par*, as follows on the imperfection if certain films and the reasons there for: "Violations of common sense are too 'remuent. The hero's hair tunned white following a thrilling adventure, which ransformatlon was too much for the .redulity of a twelve-year-old. who re julred the assistance of an Indignant isher to quiet his discovery. "A slender office clerk, uuarmed, jeal up a trio of big. burley, armed hugs and saved the cash drawer. The murderer at bay, in another picture, licked off a dozen policemen, straight shooting without reloading his re solver, before he escaped with a bag >f gold. It is trio much to expect plc ure audiences to find such pictures entertaining. Life is too full of real lramatic sensation. The director luis bis troubles, how* >ver. The story, no matter how long )r bow Bhort, must bo made exactly nto five hundred or a thousand feet of Um. The result ia a congestion o? plot, omitting necessary detail, so hat grotesque Impressions arouse tue jpectators' ridiculo or criticism, or he padding willi unessential details 0 make the required length encourage 1 yawn. "Tiie producer says this condition ls necessary because the public demands i daily change of pictures, which In urn demands a mechanical distribu ion, and this necessitates a mechanl :al producllou." The Hertllliun System. Jimmie: What are you doing? Tommie: Washing the Jelly off my tiands. Ma's a finger print expert you know.-June Woman's Home Companion. More Fish Now. The fishermen report that they are having better luck with h"r.k and line than for years. The removal of fish traps from the streams ls responslbl for the condition and lt is hoped that the fish wardens will keep the streams ?pen.-Sumter Item. Some Did Not. Editor Hell or The York News be lieves that some men really sprang from monkeys3-and didn't spring very far either,-'Newberry Observer LOW ROUND TRIP FARES FOR SPECIAL OCCASIONS Via Piedmont ?& Northern To Richmond, Va. - $8.85 Account U. C. V. Reunion. Tickets on sale May 29th to Jone 2nd Inc, limited for returning June 10th, 1915 To Savannah? Ga. $9.55 Account Georgia Bankers Associa Hon. Tickets on sale May 26, 27, limited returning June 3, 1116. To Birmingham, Ala. $13.30 Account Sunday School Congress Baptist Convention. Tickets on sale Juno 7, 8, 9, 1915, limited returning lune 17th. 1916. To NaahvaUe, Testa. $12.70 Account Peabody College Summer School of the South. Tickets on salo inne 15. 16. 17. 18. 21, 26; July 23. 26, 1916. limited returning fifteen days From date of sale, f Plan your P?enlo at Chick Springs >r WUllamatoh Springs. Very at trac ive rates1 to Sunday Schools. For further Information call on roux ticket agent or write C. a Allen. T. M., Greenville, a C nae 17th, 1914. . lu Honor Mr. Beaty. M?*. James N. Hearuian entertained at an elegant course ?limier on Thurs day evening, at ills home Just south of town, in honor of Mr. Clarence Beaty, whose wedding to Miss ituth Fretwoll will bf au importait social event of next week. The home was bright with flowers, aud au elaborate menu was served. Tile guests for the evening were Dr. W. li. Frasier, Walter Beaty, Barlo Lewis, Joe Ash ley, B, 1'. Vandiver, Langdon Fret well, and John Skelton. Priscilla Club. The Priscilla Sewing Club was de lightfully entertained yesterday after noon by Mrs. Fd .Marshall on lier hume un South McDufllc street. The lime was spent sewing and chatting and was delightfully pleas ant and informal. Later the attrac tive hostess served a dainty menu. Lander Alumnae The regular June Meeting of the Lauder Alumnae was held yesterday afternoon with Mrs. O. D. Anderson at her attractive home on Calhoun street. After the minor business matters were disposed of the princi pal business for the afternoon the an imal election of ofilcers was held, which resulted as follows: President, Mrs. George B. Prince, first vice pres ident. Mrs. J. D. Grout; secoud vice president, Mrs. O. li. Anderson; rec ording secretary, Mrs. W. E. Cason; corresponding secretary. Miss Maggie Carlington; treasurer, Mrs. T. A. Wiggington; auditor, Mrs. D. S. Van diver. The program for the afternoon wan a reading, on Belgian Sculpture, by Mrs. C. M. Buchanan. A talk by Miss Jean Harris, describing the Lion of Lucerne, and an account of com mencement at Lander College last week by Mr3. T. A. Wiglngton. The music for the afternoon was furnish ed by Mrs. Harrison Pruitt and Miss Jean Harris. An elegant salad course was served after the program. Informal Little Card Party. The second of a series of small in formal little card parties was given yesterday afternoon by Mrs. Nardin Webb, at her hor>e on Weat Whitner street. The games were unusually luterestlng and the afternoon most enjoyable. After the cards were laid aside, Mrs. Webb served her guests with a very tempting menu. Those playing were: Mrs. T. S. Cray ton, Walter Brock. J. J. Baldwin, W. D. McLean, Frank Reed; Misses Louise [Mimer. Janie Hamlin, Lillian Brock of La Fayette, Ala. Japanese Tea. Miss Kathleen Norryce entertained the members of her art class at a beautiful little Japanese tea yester day afternoon. The parlor and reception hall were hung with Japanese lanterns, with rugs and cushions on the floor. All the guests were seated on the floor, and the time merrily spent playing Tan Tan. The honor guests were: Miss Mary. Llgon and Miss Claudia Osborne. The score cards were dainty band-painted little Japanese boys and girls, painted by the girls themselves. The first prize-a Japanese Raffia basket, was won by Miss Margaret Hood, and Uie second-a Japanese umbrella, by Miss Martha Hood. After tho games the guests were invited into the studio, which has been fitted up as a Japanese tea room and here a da int j menu was served. The members of the class and those present were: Misses Kathleen Cook, Avery Laughlin, Eunice Dean, Clara McGee, Louise L?'on, Mary Lyon, Mary Armstrong, Claudia Osborne, Georgia Harris, Margaret Hood, Mar tha Hood, Martha Lumpkln, Frances Marshall and Helen Norris of Green ville. o Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Geiger have returned from a visit to relatives in St. Matthews. Mrs. J. C. I lol lem an and Mrs. Raymond Beaty went to Young Har ris, Ga., yesterday in an automobile to visit Mrs. Holleman'a two little nephews, who are at school there. They will return today and bring the two boys home with them for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Crosby of Greenville are spending tonight in town. -o i i The Junior Missionary Society of the First Presbyterian church will meet with Miss Du th Brownlee' at 5 o'clock Saturday afternoon. BE SURE TO ATTEND TR1L BLE'S FIRE SALE TODAY. THERE ARE GREAT VALUES THERE. DEATHS j Death of Child. William Alexander Cordie, the lit tle 16 months old son ot Mr. and Mrs. Allan Cordie, of Johnston street, died last night and Interment was made In Sli."?r Brook cemetery this after noon at 4 e'cloe vp. Rev. J. W. Speaks officiating. CASTOR IA Per Infants and Children lit Use For Over 30 Years Always beam the Signatare of First Aid To The Doctor The doctor ts first, of course, in sickness or injury, but a drug store capable of supplying you with drugs, medicines^ and sick-room goods is also a prime requisite. The more critical the illness, the greater the need. This store takes such infinite pains with pre scriptions that it amounts almost to crankinesc. If you would have your prescriptions prop erly filled, bring it here! We are also ready to supply you with the very best Ice Cream, and Sherbets for home use. Our Fountain will be here about June 1st Atkinson Drugs North Main Fire Alarm Prank. A guy wire coming in contact with i wire of the Gamewell fire alarm :,ys :em, at the intersection of North Church and Walnut streets. Monday light caused the fire alarm to sound at requent Intervals between ll p. m. and la. m. At each alarm the magneto controlling the chains at the horse ?tails dropped and for about twenty 'ive times the horses rushed out to heir positions under the harness. The jeople of the city were alarmed o\?er :he peculiar antics of the fire alarm, lome thinking that the whole town was >n fire. The "number of gor^s Indi cated that the electric current in the ?8trict was to be cut oft und this ad led to the suspense of those who were lot on to the situation.-Spartanburg Tournai. Rain as "Chaser." The accumulation of several months collection of whiskey was poured out Monday morning by the sheriff's office, ivhen 1,100-odd bottles of beer and ll jallons of whiskey was poured out up >n the ground to mingle its strength with the rain which was falling during nost of the day.-Greenville News. Charleston & Western Carolina Railway "v. 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 given. E. WILLIAMS, G. P. A., Augusta, Ga. "I Can't Keep the Secret!" 1 -says Miss Princine A/TANY women ask me why my cakes 1YA always turn outso light and good, why my biscuit are a.ways billowy and tender, why my baking always rises right and rises light, I can't keep the secret. It is Princine PURE PHOSPHATE Baking Rywder Princine has more than usual leavening power and is moist ure-iree so that the leaveningpower^r/)/. ? heuert your broad, cake and biscuit. Moreover, its principal ingredient is pure Princine phosphate, a health element. Pure! My? Alfred W. McCann, food expert of New York. Uaii.i P,o*i Staling C^poil. tm? e.p. |?fisS^ ?.? ftlaciM M root tracer?, tt*4 ki. "J, ?S HnVtt? trente I 2ox. uaple.ct MBd 1< ctnitfai U lt, ,Vm ?HDCJRlaV^N Ma. e,i?ci?.-. siK?a a.??,u.\,?%--??' H?aaaal ??4OJ Mtflu Shi!/,, r*ae Cm,-; Tb? Southam MsAufactarlae Cotapmoy sSB9aw Richmond. Va. Wfflp