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the fact that every man who has a dollar put aside is ? capi
We earnestly urge you to open an account with this bank
for any sum. Either a Checking or a Savings account, in ad
dition to being convenient encourages you not to use your
money except in a wise way.
the prosperity you enjoy today does not guarantee yon
prosperity tomorrow. Changes in the business and industrial
world may later on deprive you of your present measure o.
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Gold Band Soap Wrappers and
Ryan's Naphtha Powdered Soap Coupons
Stoppers ran Be Sestee aw? at
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? STAHDJKG OF THE CLUBS? ?
Won. Lost. P.C.
Columbus. 6 2 714
Savannah. 5 3 ?25
Albany . 4 3 ?71
Augusta . 4 4 KOO
Macon . 4 4 600
Jacksonville . 3 6 876
Charleston . 8 6 376
Columbia . 2 4 833
Won. Lost P. C.
New Orlesns . 38 24 613
Memphis . 36 26 674
Birmingham . 33 26 669
Atlanta .t. 28 28 649
Nashville . 33 28 641
Chattanooga . 80 30 600
Mobile . 24 37 S93
Little Rock . 22 37 373
Won. Lost. P. C.
Chicago. 34 20 630
Detroit. 34 22 607
New York. 26 23 631
Boston . 28 18 609
Washington . 22 22 600
Cleveland . 20 29 408
Philadelphia . 19 33 365
St. Louis . 19 34 368
Won. Lost. P. C
Chicago. 28 21 671
St. Louis . 31 26 664
Philadelphia . 27 22 651
Pittsburg . 24 25 490
Boston. 23 24 489
Brooklyn . 24 27 471
New York ..21 26 467
Cincinnati ..20 26 435
Won. Lost P. C.
Kansas City. 34 22 607
St. Louis . 29 21 586
Chicago...30 7.6 53C
Brooklyn . 28 26 619
Newark . 26 27 491
Pittsburg . 25 26 490
Baltimore .'20 83 877
Buffalo . 20 36 S67
? YESTERDAY'S RESULTS. *
A mer lesa League.
At Washington 6; Detroit 6.
At Philadelphia 4; Chicago ll.
At Boston 3; St. Louts 1.
At New York-Cleveland, advanced
At Brooklyn 4; Pittsburg 9.
At Newark 2; St. Louis 12.
. At Baltimore 17; Kansas City 10.
At Buffalo 0; Chicago 8.
' National League.
At Pittsburg 7; New York 6.
At St. Louie 2; Boston 2; 12 innings.
At' Chicago-Brooklyn; postponed;
At Memphis 7; Chattanooga 3.
Ot Atlanta 7; Mobile 8.
At Birmingham G; Ner.* Orleans 4.
Little Rock-Nashville; not sched
Soath Atlantis League.
At Columbus 8; Charleston 1.
At Albany 5: Augusta 3.
At Jacksonville 9; Columbia 2.
At Marcon ll; Savannah 14. .
At New York-Harvard 8; Prince
Grale ant Seeds.
Ear corn, per bushel ....90c to fl.00i
Mixed pees. .. ..f 1.60 tc $1.60 ?
Cane seed, per bushel.81.25
Soy beans, per bushel.. .. ....82.60;
California black eye peas, per
bushel.12.76 to 83.00 :
Dwarf Essex Raps, per pound. ..15c
Hens, each. .860 to 6O0I
Friers, each ... ... ... ... Mo to seo!
Porkers dressed, per lb. 12c to 12 l-2c
Hogs dressed, per lb....Ile
Mutton dressed, per la, lOe to ll l-2c
Best cetus, per lb ... ... 4 to 4 l-2o
Vest calf, per lb. ........4 to 6 I-80
Hogs, per lb..8 to 9c
Sheep, per in.... , . . ..41-a.to $ 1-te
Eggs, per dos..17 l-2<
Butter, per lb....20 to 25c
8weet potato*?, per bu. ..81.00 to $1.10
Turnips, per ta...?Oe to 86c
Turnip Greens, per tnt... Me to 76c
8prlng onions, per bunch 3c to 3 1-Sc
Mew Y*vk Markets.
' - .' Cpen. High. Low. Close.
July . 950 9.67 9.49 9.49
Oct. *.SS 9.96 9.88 9.93
Dec..10.?H 10.31 ld.17 1019
Jsn. ....... 10.24 10.28 10.24 10.27
July-Aug ..:. 6.20 5.27
Oct-Nor . 6.49 \ 6.61
Jart-Feb. 6.6* 6.6$
WILL HAVE SADDLE
RAGES ON JULY 5TH.
ONE FOR LADIES AND ONE
FOR MEN-ALSO BICYCLE
RACE FOR BOYS.
Anyone Who Wiehe? to Enter Any
of Races Will Please See Mr.
R. E. Cochran.
The committee on arrangements for
tho Fourth of July celebration whlcb
is to be held on Monday, July 5th, ore
thinking of haning a ladlcs's ssddle
horse race. These events are attrac
ting a great deal of attention all over
the country now aird are proving very
Quite a number of the ladies of the
city have made Inquiries in regard to
this feature of the day and lt ha? been
decided to have the race if a suillcient
number o (entries will be made. The
race will be free to all and a CUBII
purse will be tho prize, the amount
of which is to bo decided upon later.
Mr. T.?. E. Cochran, at Walter
Heese & Company's Jewelry store, ls
chairman of thc racing committee, ana
he will je pleased to hear from any
of the <a)]ies in regard to this matter
and to enter their names for the race.
There ls also to bo a saddle hu.se
race for the men and anyone who
wishes to enter will please notify Mr.
Another feature of the dsy will be
a bicycle race for boys. Quite a
number of thc boys have signified
their Intention of entering the race
and all who wish further particulars
will please see Mr. R. E. Cochran.
Only a F?w Can Go.
Those who are so fortunate that ex
pense does not have to be considered
are now going to health resorts to
get rid of the Impurities in the sys
tem that cause rheumatism, backache,
swollen, aching Joints nd astin*, pain?
ful muscles. If you are ono of those
who cannot go, yet feel that you need
relief from such pain and misery, try
Foley Kidney Pills. I They restore
the kidneys to healthful activity and
make you fcoi welt and strong. Evans
HOAD TAX COLLECTORS.
The collectors of road taxes in tho
varions townships have tax receipts
numbered and printed with the super
visor's name printed: at the bottom
thereof. Only receipts of this descrip
tion are legal and delinquent are
warned not to pay party without re
ceiving this sort of a receipt.
J. MACK KINO.
Supervisor, A. C.
June 1th, 1916.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Anderson.
Court of Probate.
H. F. Cely, as administrator of the
e?***e of Rachel Lewis, deceased,
Jake Lewis, Ann Richey, George W.
Gambrell, Emma Barmore, John Gam- 1
broil, Lou Jane Harris, Lissie Moore,
Ross Gambrell, Ida Barton, Dock El
rod, and E. F. Elrod, Defendants.
To the Defendants Above Named:
You .are hereby summoned and re
quired to answer the complaint lu
this action. Of which a copy is here
served upon, you, and to serve a copy
of your answer to the said complaint
on the subscribers, at their offices, in
Bleckley Building, at Anderson, 8. C.,
within twenty days after the service
hereof, exclusive ot the day of BUCTI
service ; and If you tall to answer the
complaint within. the time aforesaid,
the plaintiff In this action will apply
to the court for the relief demanded
la the complaint.
Bonham. Watkins ft Allen,
Dated Anderson, 8. C., Jone 4, 1015.
To the Absent Defendants, George W.
Gambrell and Ida Barton:
Take notice that the summons and
complaint in this action are this day
filed In the office of the Probate Judge
for Anderson County. South Carolina.
Bonham. Watkjn t ft Allen,
June 4, 1915.
To the Infant Defendants, Willie
Gsmbrsll, Rosa Gambrell, Maxey
Gambrell and Dock Elrod, and the
persons with vt hom they reside:
Take notice that you must within
twenty days after tho service of this
summons on you, exclusive of the day
of such service, procure to - be ap
pointed guardians and lltem to repre
sent said minors lu this action. If you
fail to do so within'the time prescrib
ed, the plaintiff will nrocure such ap
pointments to be made.
Bonham, Watkins ft Allen,
Ptain tiff's Attorneys.
Juue 4, 1915. 6-5-?w-ltaw.
Beat thins; for. constipation, sour
stomach, Issy liver and sluggish
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When you have a biliouB attack
your liver tails to perform Its func
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Messrs. robert Gilmer and Charlie
Spearman spent yesterday in Green
ville on business.
Mr. T. W. Nor ry ce has gone to
Rock Hill whore he will spend sev
Mr. J. W. Bouknlght of Walhalla
was a business vlsRor In the city yes
Mr. G. J. WilBon of Belton. R. F.
D. No. 1, waB a visitor in the city yes
Mr. R. A. Monroe of Honea Path
waa in the city i'or a T?w Leurs yes
Mr. Norryce Wakefield of Antre
ville was a business visitor in Ander
Mr. R. Sweeney, secretary of the
Y. M. C. A. at Clemson, waa in An
' Mr. Webb Harden of Columbia Is
spending a few d?ys in the city with
Mr. W. W. Griffin of Wllllamston
was among the business visitors in
the city yesterday.
A Mistake Made by Many.
Don't walt tor rheumatism to Indi
cate diseased kidneys. When you suf- I
fer pains and aches by day and sleep |
disturbing bladder weakness by night,
feel tired, nervous and run down, th?
kldnoya and bladder ahould bo re
stored to healthy, strong and regular
action. It ls a mistake to postpone
treatment. Foley Kidney Pills put
the kidneys in soud, hclthy condition
sud keep them activo and strong. Be
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WANTED-You to know that I am
still un thu Job with the beat wood
and coal on the uiarkel, if you
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Piedmont Coal and Wood Co.
WANTED-You to know that we have
thc bcBt equipped barber shop, thc
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yourself. Sanitary Barbershop, Un
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WANTED-To sell one Wales Adding
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University of South Carolina
Entrance examinations to '.the Uni
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by the County Sun per tn tondent of Ed- j
ucatlon at thc County Court HOUBS
Friday, July the 9th, 1915.
Tile University offers varied cour*aB
of study In science, literature, hist y,
law and business. The expenses are j
moderate and many opportunities for
self-support, are afforded, A largo
number of schloarshipa arc available.
I Gradua tes of colleges in this State re
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In the School of Law. For full iar
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COLUMBIA, 8. C
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Remember please, that we can and
wQl send yon the man best salted
to your needs; so, when ki need
of anything fa* plumbing, phone
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We Are There With the
Goods and Our Prices
What are we talking about?
Meat! Fish! and Produce!
We are out here ors West Ma/ket
Street, out of the "High Rent Dis
trict/' with small expenses, and
Quick Delivery, so why hesitate?
Try us ONCE! If we fail to meet
.your expectation, Don't Try Us
But We Will Come Across!
457 W. Market Phone 887
We have Fresh Country Beans.
Squash, Irish Potatoes, Cabbage, ./
large Onions, White Peas, rv
large Pine Apples 10 and i "^^SKfil
Frying ChicV^ns, Fresh <
. F? O'VI-'
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