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CALOMEL IS MERCURY! IT SICKENS!
ACTS ON LIVER LIKE "Dodson's UWT Tone" Stotts Yoor Liver Bitter Th? Calomel tod Doesn't Sslhate or Make YON Sick. Listen to mo! Tako no moro sick ening, salivating calomel when bilious or constipated. Don't loso a day's work! Calomel ia mercury or uutcksilvis which causea necrosiR o? inc honen. Calomel, when it comes into contact with sour lull- crushes into it, breaking it up. Tilia is.when you feel that awful nausea and cramping. If you aro slug gish and "all knocked out," if your liver is torpid ami bowels constipated or you havp headache. diuiiiOHH, coated tongue, if breath MS bad or stomach sour just take a spout, m I of harmless J Jud son's ?Avar Tone on my guarantee. Here's my guarantee-Co to any drug Moro and get a 50 cent bottle of Dod aon'a Liver Tone. Take s spoonful to night and if it doesn't straighten you right up and moko you feel floe and vigorous by morning I want yon to go j back to the ?toro and get your money. Dodson's Liver Tone is destroying the sale of calomel because it is real liver medicine; entirely vegetable, therefore it can not salivate or make you sick. . I guarantee that one spoonful of Dod son's Liver Tone will put your sluggish liver to work and clean your bowels of that ?our bile and constipated waste which is Hogging your system and mak ing you fool miserable. I guarantee that j a bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone will keep your-entire family feeling fine for j months. < ?ive it to your children. It is harmless-, doesn't gripe and they like its I pleasant taste. NINE NEGROES i WERE FINED $25 WERE ARRESTED, FOR GAMBLING | Deputy Williams Walked Up on Qty Police Made Raid on House Quiet Crap Game Sunday Morning. Nine negroes were arraigned in Bag istrate Geiger's court Monday morn ing on the charge of gambling. Flach plead guilty and were fined $15. Tue negroes were arrested Sunday morning in the middle of a road near the fertilizer mill by Deputy Sheriff Williams. He was walking through a corn field and coming suddenly out into the road, he stepped right up on them. The negroes were: Lawrence Wil son, William Oliver, Lev Oliver, L. ?. Smith, Arthur Dubose, John Simms, om McCode, (Bob Moore and Bunk Black. on Reed Street Monday After noon-Tried Yesterday. A raid was made on the home of Frank Young on Recd street Monday 1 afternoon and as a result he and I three other negroes were arrested and placed in the city jail on tho ' charge of gambling. They were tried in recorder's court yesterday and were fined $25 each. I Captain Bell was assisted in the raid , by Officers Gunter, Aiken, Stuart and Whitten. The negroes were v rank Young, Dub Latimer, John White and Joe Green. PENDLETON FARMERS SOCIETY Managers Are to Meet st Tva and Hen ees Chautauqua. The Pendleton Farmers society has asked the managers of the Iva and Seneca and WUllamston chautauqua for a day for Pendletou Farmers So city at rhct.* meetings. The Seneca committee has named Friday, July itt, and all members ano prospective members arc especially asked to. attend these meetings and boost our meeting which ls to be ?-old August 13. This -will be the last be fore the-centenial celebration J. C. Strlbbllig. For Secretary. SCIENCE AND ART BUILDING Contract Awaited For Building at West Market School. Wootson & Lecroy 'have been award ed the contract for building the science and Industrial art building on the giounds of the West Market street school building. They were the low est blddci-B. their price being $836.40. Yesterday they stated that work would begin as soon as the material was placed on the grounds. Casey and Fant of this city drew the plans. Roberts Graveyard. All porsons interested in thc rob erts graveyard will please meet Mon day morning, July 26, to clean off the yard. -----_------? Screen Door and Window Bargains .???M^awdeMSaSM^????*??^?*^?^*?^^?^?? ?? * m i .rn.m mm mm m , mt mm in m N - i > --^? . ? ? - Closing Out Stock at Cost SCREEN DOORS. REGULAR PRICE REDUCED PRICE $1.00 $0.69 1.10 .71 1.50 .96 1.75 1.17 ' 2.00 1.25 SCREEN WINDOWS. REGULAR PRICE REDUCED PRICE $0.35 $0.22 .45 .25 .50 .31 .60 .35 You should take advantage of this oppor tunity to get these goods at these greatly re duced prices. j SULLIVAN HARDWARE CO. EXCURSION To Asheville, Waynes ville, Henderson ville, Bre-| vard, Lake Toxaway, N. C., and Via Blue Ridge Ry. and Southern Ry. Prettier Carrier of the Sonta WEDNESDAY, JULY 21,1915. From Andersony Seneca, Greenville, Spartanburgj And all Intermediate Points. Excursion tickets will be good an all tra?as Wednesday, July 21* 191*. Ex cursus tickets will be geed returning ea all regular tra?as to reach original I hurting point by midnight, Monday, July SS* ISIS. Glorious opportunity tor sj .bert Hammer vacation. Enjoy the beauties sai the wonderful sceale eavf<iea ment of tbe mamouth mountain ftes** and lakes and the ecol breases that spread tbtfr atones from tbe wooded peaks fearing fro? aa altitude at C*0M feat above sea leveL High-class coaches .on all tra?as to/accommodate tbs excursionists. Fer fart ber Inf oroatlo?. apply to alt ticket ageats Setttber* Railway er UV E. MeGEE? Asst Gea'l Pa?*, Aft, OoltfKbia, 8. C J. fi. ANDERSON, Sop riateudent, AndsrosB* S. C?? W. E. TABER, Trav. Pass. Agi* ' ?reeavIUe. kt C* For Mrs. Brabham. Mrs. H. S. Dowling entertained tv few friends at a channing little Fi,wing party yesterday morning, in honor of Mrs. C. R. Brabham of Hamborg. Tho guests were enter tained on the broad cool plasta of her attractive home on Greenville street, and a delightfully pleasant morning was spent by all. The gracious hos tess served a dainty menu assisted by Miss Laurie Dowling. ? Th& guests for the morning were: Mesdames G. R. 1 ira him m, T. C. O'Dell, VJ. A. McConnell, A. P. John stone, J. B. Townsend, F. ?. Cray ton, J. F. McClure. C. E. Tolly. Horace McGee, W. S. Ramsay, W. C. Kirkland, Keith Pr?vost, Ailleen Chick, R. I?. Thompson, W. J. Mul drow and C. E. Coan. Palmetto Chapter. The regular July meeting of the Palmetto chapter, U. D. C. was held yesterday afternoon with Mrs. E. P. Vandlver on North McDuffle street. There was a good attendance of mem bers, and the meeting was unusually pleasant. The resignation of the president, Miss Eubank Taylor, was read and ac cepted with regrets. A nominating committee was appointed to report at the next meeting. On program for the afternoon was a reading- by Miss Mabel Acker a charming and gifted t?Bitor from Atlanta. The Gleanings by Mrs. Eskew wore read In her ab sence by Mrs. J. M. Sullivan, Jr. A charming solo by Mrs. W. J. Muldrow was the final number on the pro gram after which the hostess served a delicious sweet course. In Honor of Miss Singleton. Miss Christine Singleton was Miss Gladys Reese's attractive, honor guest at a delightful reception and lawn party on Monday evening. Most of the time was spent on the lawn while others danced on 'the broad piazza, where the graphaphone was placed to furnish thc music. Miss Louise Patrick served nectar during the evening, while those assisting Miss- Reese i nentertainlng and look ing after 'her guests were Misses Lalla Marshall, Lydia Bewley, Lou Nelle McGee, Carrie Fretwell and Natalie Norryce. ' Recolving with MISB Reese and her guest of honor was Mrs. Porter Whaley. A delightful ice course waa served during the evening. - About seventy-five guests were in vited fpr th0 occasion. Benefit Sale Tomorrow. The ladies of the Aid Society of the First Presbyterian church will have charge of Atkinson's Ice cream parlor all day Thursday and until late that night. Everything Will be done to make lt pleasant and attractive and ice cream and cake will be served. The ladies are Interested ba paving the front walk in the yard at the church, and they hope to realize quito a nice amount on Thursday. Automobile Party. The following automobile party from Due West spent last night here tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Brownlee. Miss Jean Kennedy, Miss Josie Baird, Miss Eleanor Pressley, Mr. Robert Brownlee J. W. Baird and Mr. Everett Taylor. Miss Grace F.umsey of Washington, Ga., ts the guest of Mrs. Eugene Wat kins. . Miss Louise Rideout of Highlands, N. C., is expected this afternoon to be the guest of Mrs. Florence^Thomp son. / Mrs. W. T. Tennant of Atlanta ls visiting Mrs. S. D. Brownlee. Miss Janie Harris bas returned to her 'home at Westminister after a vis it to Miss Sara Spearman. She was accompanied home by Miss Spearman, who will be her guest for some ti mo. Mt BS Ruth Thompson ot Laurens ls visiting relatives here. Mrs. M. C. Lovte of Atlanta is vis iting her mother, Mrs. N. W. Cann on North Fant street. Miss Peggy Spearman has return ed to her home In Newberry after a visit to Mrs. Reuben Long. Misses Ann Gambrill and Evelyn Browne have gone to Fist Rock to spend a week with Miss Mary Smythe. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Brown and MTa. fl. S. Dowling will go to Way nes vi Ho today for a short stay. Mrs. S. R. Parker and Miss Rosa mond Bu rd In" have returned from a trip to HeuderBonville. PROTRACTED SERVICE? Will Begin at Roberts Church First Snoday la. August. Protracted services will begin the first Sunday In August at Roberts church. F.ev. W. T. Hollingsworth, the pastor, will be ably assisted and services will be held morning and sventng. --; To prevent books from becoming musty and possibly molly tn moist weather, pince a few drops of oil ot lavender and Canadian balsam in a back comer of each shelf. This will not Injure the binding of leather books as sulphur compounds do, but helps to preserve the bindings. A good remedy for damp wall is bo make a strong solution of alum and wash the wallu down with lt. If'the wall I? to be papered, but some brown paper on the wall, end let lt dry thoroughly before papering In the usual way. HOLD LAST MEETING : BEFOREJENTENNIAL Pendleton District Farmers' So city Hold Last Quarterly Meeting on August 12. August 12th will be tho last quar terly meeting of the Pendleton Dis trict Farmers* Society before its cen tennial celebration October 13*14, 1915. All now members and all oth ers who have paid their dues to the treasurer August 12th will receive a copy of tho society'.* history, and have their names recorded in the cent?n nial souvenir as proper compliment to all active members who taus contri bute to the successful celebration of this centennial. The one dollar membership feo for new members, or for dues for old mem bers, is practically consumed In the history and souvenir, but offers an opportunity of a century to all honor able eil ?zens to honor themselves, and the society, by placing their names up on its souvenir as a compliment to the cociety for its one hundred years labor In behalf of progressive farming. J. C. STRIBBLINO, President. J. W. SANDERS. Secretary and Treasurer. m ? ? m ?. j., t. a * * * ? * a, __, _ ? i a < i, ? ? *? TT T rTrTT'l 'I li ? . rTTTTTTTTTT'y ! Personal % Capt. Leslie Forney, assistant] commandant of New Mexico Military Institute, at Roswell, New Mexico, ls spending a few days In the city visit ing relatives and friends. Mr. James Turner has returned to the city after spending his vacation lu Atlanta, Oa., and Birmingham, Ala. 1 _____ Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Strauss, of Baltimore, Md., were in the city yes terday on business. Mr. Robert Brownlee leaves todny for Lake Toxr~vay where he will spend the next ten days. Mr. Brown lee said that be would spend the next ten days lu the Lake. Mr. W. A. Adams is spending sev eral days In (Hartwell, Ga. Mr. M. F. McOee has returned to the city after spending several days on the Savannah river camping. Mr. Frank Spellman has gone to Hendersonvllle, N. C., where he will spend thc remainder of the summer. Mr. Will Wharton of Iva was a tus iness visitor In the city yesterday. Mr. Olin Sanders, deputy sheriff, Is spending several days In Clinton. Sheriff and Mrs. Joe Ashley are at ; tending the South Carolina convention of sheriffs in Greenville. Dr. Wade Sherard of Wllllamston was among the visitors In tho city yesterday. Mr. T. K. Howard manager of the local Western Union Tolegraph of fice is in Columbia attending the meetaug of district managers. Mr. Chris Saber of Wllllamston was among tho visitors in the city yester day. Mr. Charles English of Belton was in Anderson yesterday. Mr. J. F. Rice has returned from Clayton, N. C. Mr. M. W. Watt of Pelter was among the visitors here yesterday. Miss Caroline Banks of Columbia] left yesterday for Greenville after a visit to Miss Evelyn Br^^rn. SOUTH WILLIAMSTON NEWS The First Regiment bend left this morning for their annual encampment, which is to be held at tho Isle of Palms. Tue pjople of Charleston should be prout, of the faot that they will have the pleasure of hearing music by the best band in the South for the next ten days. Wo hope the boys wlH have a nice time and will ne much benefited by Chair visit to the city by the sea. WllUamston is thronged with visi tors for the boosters chautauqua. Two extra good entertainments are put on each day, one In the afternoon and one at night. Everybody should como and attend the chautauqua sud get s drink of good water which flows free at all times. Then great prepara tions are being made for tho farmers chautauqua which ls to be pulled off on the 28-29-30. It is put on by the Southern Raliway and ls fr?e to everybody, so come and bring your friends Mr. M. Sanders and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sanders of Anderson spent Sunday in the city with relatives. Mr. Hobson Stalmaker ot Clinton spent the week-end with Ms grand parents, Mr. snd Mrs. M. F. Adams. Mr. M. D. Leslie of Liberty. B. C., spent Saturday and Sunday with his family. Mr. W. M. Sherard anent Satur day snd Sunday ia Anderson with Mrs. Sherard, who wo ire sorry to state ht right sick. .. Mr. and Mrs. Deo. W. Hale of Anderson spent the week-end st the home of Mt. E. T. MeCall. A discarded tennis racket ls good for ? beating rugs, being light and strong, and so consUntcted thai, lt does not destroy the goods, remove al] the cords from fha racket, keep it paly the frame. " ... ;"_.. [DEATH MRS. J. T. JONES OPH?RREO LAST NIGHT Funeral Service? Today at ll O'clock-Is Survived by Hus band and 12 Children. Mrs. Josephine McGee Jones, wife or Mr. J. T (t. Jones, died at their homo at 017 Marshall avenue last night at fl:."tn. Funeral services will he conducted at the residence this morning at ll o'clock. Rev. W. ii. Hawkins officiating and interment will follow immediately afterwards in Sil ver Brook cemetery. Mrs. Jones was the daughter of the | late HISus McGee of Starr and was i born in the year 1847. Hore her early i life was spent and In 18GG she was ! married to Mr. J. T. C. Jones. Thov ' continued to live at Starr until lTi years ago when they mov/ed to Ander son. She was a member of tiie First Baptist church of this city having Join ed at Cross Toads church at Starr carly in life. She was a uoble chris tlon character and always took an active -part in church affairs up until her health became so bad that she could not attend. Then she did not stop though, for she became a mem ber of the Hom.. Department of the First I ia ni ist church Sunday school. She was well known over Anderson county and the news of her death will bo heard with sorrow throughout tlijs section. Mrs. Jones wan the mother of 1^ children, and lt is interesting lo note that here Is thc first death that 'has occurred in the fumllly, the youngest now being 28 years of age. She ot am Ul about three months ago and had been in feeble health ever since. .On last Saturday night sae had a stroke of paralysis and lt was known that she would not live very long. Besides her husband, Mrs. Jonen ls survived by three daughters, Mrs. F. M. Armstrong of Savannalt, Ga., nnd Misses Fannie and Kittie Jone: of this city; nine sons, Messrs. J. A. and J. M. Jones of Hollands store, S. A. Jones. Jr.. of Town ville. C. ll. Jones of AntrevUlo, <'. C. Jones o.' Starr, A. W. Jones of Anderson, J. S. Jones of Starr, T. il. Jones of Lowndcsvilln, and ll. NV. Jones of An derson. She ls aUo survived by one brother. Mr. H. M. McGee of Starr and - i children and two great grand- I children. i lt has been said that the only two words in the English language with tlie vowels in order are "abstcmlnous" and "factions;" but others could I probably be found. PAGE FIVE Followed Friend's Advice After f r)lni; Frultola and Travo, Mrs. L, C. tiara. MO Melba Ht* Hullas, Texas, wrote to the Futir luborntorrw as follows: "I have been a SUiferer from gall-stones, and Krult ola and Traxo was recommended and I am glad to say 1 took advantage of your most wonderful medicine, with wonderful results." * Frultola and Traxo are two remedies (hat are used In combina tion. Vi uKola acts on (ke Intestinal organs HH U powerful lubri cant, sc.Helling the congested waste and breaking up the hardened particles HO (hat easy diminution follows quickly, to (he great re lief of (he patient. Traxo ls a compound of splendid (onie prop. 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