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COLUMN WANT ADV KUTI SI.NO' KATES Twenty-five woran or lesa, One Time 25 cent?, Three Times 60 cents, Six Times $1.00. All advertisement over twenty five words prorata for each sd dltlonnl word. Hutes on 1,000 words to be used lu a month mado ou application. No advertisement taken for less than 25 cents, cuah in ad vance. If your namo appears lu tho telephone directory you < an tele phone your wont nd to 821 mid a bill will he malled after its in sertion for prompt payment. WANTS -o- - WANTED-You to krow thal 1 am thlH seuHon handling the Genuine Tennessee Hine Oem Coal, and not asking anymore for lt than yon n.ivo paid for Inferior coals. I have a stock of the liest wood iti town on hand. Give mo a trial. W. O. Ulmer, Phone 049. WANTED-You to know that 1 am still on tho job with tho hest wood and coal on tho market, If you don't believe lt try me. W. O. Himer, Phone 649. Successor to Piedmont Coal and Wood Co. 4-15-tf. WANTED-Every house keeper In An derson to try a loaf of "Aunt Mary's Cream Dread." It's made at homo and your grocer keeps lt. Ander son Pure Food Co. 8-15-Dtt WANTED-To huy from one hundred to Ave hundred bushels of country oats at 60c. Cash or trado. Tho Pretwoll Co. 8-22-Dtf " FOR SALE tjWINTF.D G ARDEN8-Activity must prevail during September If you j would have a successful wlntor gar den. Furman Smith, Seedsman, Phone 404. FOB SALE-Cemont drain tile, 2c per flt. Tho best on the market. Write E. A. Shirley. Anderson, Honte 1, Phone 2106. 8-28-3tp. MISCELLANEOUS ~~ O'" NOTICE- The Sandy Springs Water and Towor Co. is controlled and op erated by J. M. Smith. J. B. Roches ter ls no lon??':.? connected with it I am in position to furnish better wheels and better service Yours. ; respoctfiaty, J. M. smith. Wa have employed nn expert PIANO TC NEB? who will give prompt and careful attention to orders left with us. C. A. Reed, Plano & Organ Co., 314 S. Main St. 0-1-lm. SUBSCRIPTION H TO DAILY INTEL IJIGENCEB AT REDUCED PRICE During the Dally Intelligencer con tent which closed March, 1914, In or - der to secure votes to win the cap ital prize, X purchased a number of subscriptions to the Dally Intelli gencer at the rate ot $5.00 a year. In order to get some ot the money ' hack which I put into the contest, I will sell a limited number ot sub scriptions to the Dally Intelligencer at the rate ot $3.00 a year to anyone wishing to subscribe or renew their subscription to this paper, or at a rata ot $1.25 a year to tho Semi weekly Intelligencer. It Interested, address P. O. Box 84?, Anderson 8, a 6-17tf -WREN YOU can not see right step In our Optical Department and get jost j the Glasses you need. Complete grinding plant. Byes scientifically tested. Dr. M. R. Campbell, Louisa 8. HUgenbocker, as8?staaV.|l$<?W. Whitnor St, Ground Floor. NOTICE. Bid are Invited for boarding 20 milleu owned by the r .y. Bids arc also Invited fur renting stables to the city. Sealed bids can be filed ns lato as 12 o'clock noon with tho undersigned. Tho city council re serves the right to reject any in all bids. E. M. Scott, City Clerk. NOTICE. My son, Jcrnns Ed. Washington, col ored, 17 years old, has loft home on place of Mr. L. S. Wilson near WU? llamston. This is a notice to forbid anyonp to hire or harbor him. Marion Washington, 0-3-3tp. Bolton, Routo 4. (PROFESSIONAL ! CARDS | II nun mi m II m 11 m mw i ni nm ? w ni ii niiii C. GADSDEN SAYRE Architect 408406 Bleckte? BaDdm* S. C. 'a^frfriiffA-rc^ ? Ti^imTirfckje A Shani DENTISTS New Tkenlfe ? TV? TAPhMtttc Sit + + ? MII.IHiVIt + * ? Thc union meeting which met nt Cedar (trove on hist Saturday and Sunday WBB well attended. Tho s r mons on both days by I te Vs. Haylock und Wright wore especially good. Ono of tnt.- iiuestlons discussed was M'.iejtier or not the unlo'i moctiug lu this district should bn done away with. Fur nomo time thosu meetings have boon poorly ul tended and lt wa? though! beat hy Borne to discontinue them altogether, but owing to tho BUC r-?Hs of tho 'nHt one it was unani mously voted that the churches KO forward with renew energy and en-, tbusiasm und hohl tho union togeth er. The next one wiii meet it Mig ('reck seer Wllliainsten und it ls hop ed that every church will be well represented. M'lsECtl Mamie and Helen Price ami Miss Abrams of Greenville woro guests of Mr and Mrs. Ciirtis Cope land last week-end. Miss Annie Karie of Towovllle s'x.V a few days this week with ber grand mother, Mrs. Alex Sullivan MlsS Lizzie Dickson of ?South Geor gia is visiting relative:! lo Choddar and I'elzer. Mr. ami Mrs. Hoyt Ford who have been xpending the last wee!? with tho formers parents rcttirncd tu t?olr homo in Georgia Monday. Mr. Guy (lowland of Anderson waa a visitor to Cheddar Hun ?lay. .McHxrs. SmyUie an<l Barmoro Gam broil n>id Leon Burgess of Whitefield attended ?he union meeting ai Cedar Grove Sunday. Several of our young .people attend ed the Old Fiddlers' convention in VVIllUunstoO Saturday night. Tho Sport-I ain't goin' to say my prayers tonight, mother. I'm goin* to tako n chanco. -Lifo. von Hasseln's Announcement Webb von Hasseln, Violinist, and Instructor at Anderson College, begs to announce that he will accept pupils for in struction on the Violin, and asks that both ad vanced students and be ginners who wish to avail themselves of his services call on or com municate w?th him at an early a date as possible. Charleston & Western Carolina Railway Augusta, Ga. 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. PIEDMONT Sc NORTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY ANDERSON: Condensed Passenger Schedule. Effective June 6, 1915. Arrivals Mo. SI.7:85 A, BS No. 33. .. 9:35 A. M. No. 86.11:19 A. M. No. 87.1:10 P. M. No. Ss.8:40 P. M. No. 41.6:00 P. M. No. 43.. '.6:60 P. M No. 45., k.10:20 P. M. Departures No. 80. 6:25 A. M. No. St...8:25 A. ML No. SI.10:80 A. M. No. H6.12:10 P. M. No. 88... 8:80 P. M. No. 40. 4:60 P. M. No. 48. 6:40 P. M. No. 41. 9:16 P. M. C. 8. ALLEN. Traar Mansas? ?ICHE3TER S PILLS rwtkuni SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EYlifYWV?R? + 4^ *+**?* + ** + **+* + + ?++ .fr ? ANDERSON MILLS ? ? + .Mr. C. A. Mattison and T. C. Ven adora ??f Newry spent Sunday with relatives .in Anderson. Miss Marjorie Nance of Iva Ia visit ing her uncle und aunt, Mr. and Mm. (?. W*. . itiieis on Spring street. Mr*. Martita A. Gentry is visiting lier son, Mr. B. A. Gentry on Tribble Street. Mr. and Mrs. Bd. Blanchard of Ab beville visited Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Morgan on Wost Knd avenue last week. Mrs. Plnckney Sanders who has been right sick for the pant two weeks 18 slightly improved at tills writing. Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. Stevenson of Birmingham, Ala., have returned home after spending several ?lays visiting relatives in Anderson. Mrs. J. II. Mattison of Danville, Va., has returned home utter vistlng rel atives here. Mr. Geo. H. Lettner of Augusta made us a short visit the other day. Mr. Lettner is pleasantly remember ed here UH lie was at one time con nected With the Anderson Cotton Mills. Mrs. Mamie Stellings of Charleston has returned to her home alter spend ing two weeks visiting relatives in Anderson. Mis. A. A. Ivester spent Tuesday in Honen Path with her daughter. Mrs. c. K. Wood. Kev. 8. W. Danner is assisting In a protracted meeting at st irr S. C. Sterling Lodge No. 44 I. O. O. F. will go lo the Odd Kellows Orphan home In Greenville on Nncxt .Sunday, September nth in a body. All who can go will please let the secretary, Mr. J. W. Cheek know hy Saturday nigh*. ? Ceo. Ililley has accepted a posi tion in- thc spinning room at this place, g i Mr. J/ C. Burke har. accepted a position as second hand lu No. 1 weave room here. All member? nf Sterling Ixalge No. 44 I. O. O. F. nre urged to be present at the meeting on Friday night. Thos. Hall. N. G.. and J. W. Cheek, secre tary. The following families have moved In within the last few weeks. Mr. O. H. Barnwell. Edw. Cobb, J. C. Driver, Ben Davis, N. J. Swink, J. C. Comp ton, T. C. Drummond and A. S. Ash more. Little George, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Carter, who has been quite nick, is somewhat improved nt this writing. There will bo preaching Sunday morning nnd night at Bethel Metho dist church by tho pastor. Rev. S. W. Danuer. Sunday school at ten o'clock. T. S. McConnell, supt. All strangers as well as those who are not con nected with any church, are cordial ly invited to worship with us. Thcro will be preaching Sunday morning and night at the Second Baptist churcli by the pastor. Rev. Jus Anderson. Sunday school ot thc usual hour. H. A. Powell, supt. The public ls cordially invited to attend these services. Miss Rosa DeBerry, our stenograph er, is spending a part of her vacation in Washington. Mr. J. M. Cathcart went to Atlanta yesterday to consult an eye specialist. ? ? + '>+?++++++++?+?++<.<,+ ? ? + PENDLETON ? ? ? The entertainment glvon by the Wight Weeks club, and managed by M?BS Annie Lee Hoggs waa a groat success. The young people who took part In the play, and tho paiuomine did excellently well. Mrs. Edwin I .e r ie gavo an Interesting and spirited recitation, and Miss Lulu Evans play ed most charmingly on tho plano. She bids fair to become a brilliant musi cian. Tire River Heights theatrical club presented tho vory amusing play. "Topsy Turvry" to a crowded house TneBf'ay evening last. Tho manager Miss Lillian Shirley deserves great credit in rt cleverly plavlng the parts. Each one took the enaracter they ro rm?ptrtsd^c^perfection. It was well acted tlirrjughntit* thc'entire play and mndo it tho success it was. Individually und collectively they dbl splendidly and it was r great pleas ure to have seon theso .lented and clovor young folks In s.?ch a bright and enterest lng play. Tho singing of the I tall en ti ne brothors wns particu larly enjoyed. They have remarkably sweet voices, and really sang delight fully. Thoy were recalled again, and again. . Next week the schools nil open, nnd ? the young people, who have such happy summer, will scatter over thr I state in the different colleges, and books and class hours will be tho order cf tlie day. instead of picnics, dances and moonlight rides. I's de s s K no--ledge. "Some of thc grandest discoveries of the ages," said the great scientist, sonorously, according to The Chris Han Register "have been the result of accidents '. " "I can readily believe that." said Li? fair lady. "I once made one th.*t way myself.' Tho great man blinked his amaze ment. "May ? ask wfcat lt was?" "Certainly," replied the. fair one. '1 found that by keeping n bottlo ot Ink handy yon can uso a fountain1 pen just like any other pen-without all the treble of filling it." The Difference. The manager of a great shop was showing an admiring frlond around. "How can your assistants ?ell when a woman is really a purchaser or only shopping?" asked the latter. "That's simple," replied the man ager. "If they ask for something cheaper they want to bny; when they're shopping they usually say: .Haven't you thia in a better qual ? Ry?"-Ot. Lonla Post-Dispatch. ME'S BIRTHPLACE DISPLEASED WITH HIM iMvfjHiiteB, Prance, Aug. 30.-(As sociated Press Correspondeuee.) - This town, that gav?.- birth to the com mander-in-chief of the Krone'.) ar mies, is [louting. Tlic blinds of Jof fre'? house have been closed more lian a year and thc patient woodpeck er has had time lo pierce them li KO many places they look as it a ma chine gun had been operating then1. The villagers no longer point the place out to visitors. All because Joffre hus not taken the time to go home to receive the address of felici tations of his neighbors and the pres ent bought for him t>y popular sub sdriptlonq? Th-.* general-iii-chlef is for the momont black-listed and will have to exercise soon? of his finest strategy after the war to lift tho pen alty of his neglect. The ill humor of Ftlvcsaltes is ag gravatcd by a total lack of "sons" and a big deficit of wine. Tho ab sence of small change is attributed to tho Herman raiil on all formt! of cop per, and this, too, falls OM Joffre, who ought to have been able 'lo prevent it. For the shortage of the vintage of 1915 there is tho more logical reason o? mildew. There la loss son:; and laughter in all the towns of Hie South for tho Midi has found sonic'liing in tho war that it ls hound to take seriously. All I'i rplgnan salutes gravely when tho Itelglan hand, recruited from thc re fugees of Flanders, marches by play ing the Hrabanconne. but tho bois terous o 'eera of otiicr days nre nb Etjiit. Every day the Place do la Loge is crowded In front of tho bulle tin hoard of the Sporting Club, where I? posted thc late*; news from the champion football players of France with friends anxious to sec what nanio lias been adde .1 to tho already long list of those who have fallen on the field of battle. Toulouse ls quite as grave as Pcr pigman, though more busy making powder, cartridges nnd bombs. Toulouse is interesting also for the mystery Utat surrounds one of thc old brick mansions whore Bachelor carv ed coats of arms In 1535. With fixed bayonets, night and day. the Terri torials defend the entrance to this house. Tho rumor was current In 'the early fall last year that tho Hank of France hod transferred its gold re serves there. When tho bank return ed to Hards, however, the Territorials continued their.guard. Their mission is still a mystery to the public in gen eral, but the Initiated assert confi dentially that Leonard do Vinci's "Monna Lisa," removed from the Louvre when danger threatened Paris, is in safe-keeping there in an invlo ablo steel case.' L7"** ? . t. ?.. rr, t.^t?,,?, J*. ?. I Personal j I ? ??-M"i"M n **< ? i 'i 11111' i' Messrs. Frank Burrlss, Fred Gam brUI, and ll. ll. Simpson hav? re turned from Asheville where they have spent the past few days. Mr. I. Frafbenstcin 1B spending a few days in Augusta, tin. Magistrate C. P. Kay and Mr. CIy<le Green of Belton were business visi tors In the city yesterday. Mr. Will Hell of Iva was a business visitor yesterday. Mr. A. S. Fant of Bolton, assistant dispensary auditor, spent yesterday in Anderson. Mr. T. O. Hunlette of Abbeville county spent yesterday in Anderson. Messrs. J. E. Crymes and M. F, Sanders were business visitors in th? city yesterday from Greenwood. Miss Elizabeth Sloan und Mr. Carl Sloan, of Charleston, bnt who are al their summer home- "*jt&. Pendleton were in Anderson yesterday. Mr. Arlington Pant loft yesterday .^ftornoon for N'ow York after spending a ifew days here with his parents Air. and Mrs. Foster Font. Aftei spending a few days in New York >4r. Fant will return to Jacksonville where he is now living. Dr. Carl Hall, who has been assist ing in tho veterln-iiy division nt Clem son college during tho summei months, has returned to Anderson. Mr. L. H. Hall ot Iva was a busi ness visitor In Anderson yesterday. MT. and Mrs. F. -H. Cllnksoales ol Clemson college were In the city yes terday. Mr. Julian Maxwell of Walhalla was a business visitor yistorday. MIRS Mabel Wolfe of Asheville. K. C.. ls tue guest >f Mrs. Clarence Osborne, Miss Bessie Carlisle leaves tods; for Greonv?llo where she will spent a fe wwesfcs visiting relatives ant friends. Search Before Mending. , A Chicago woman has been not ot since girlhood for her ready wit. The other day a young amateui humorist exclaimed tu her pr?sense: "What could be more dreadful foi a woman than, after mending her hus bund's coat, to find in one of tho pock eta a love letter from, another wo man?** . "Fortunately." waa the answet "HIM could never happen. The wo man would find the letter first, am then she would net ?send the coat." Chtcngo Herald. Phone 37. Mr?. Agnew Entertains. Mrs. A. S. Agnew entertained at a beautiful ?ix course luncheon Friday, Sa honor of MTS. John Nelson How land of Qoldsboro, N. C., who is visit ing relatives here. The color scheme Of yellow and white was beautifully carried out. Cuke Sale Today. The Junior Philathea class of the First Presbyterian church will have a cake sale today at the Uwl Drug store. They will ha*? a complete as sortment of cakes and all orders will receive prompt attention. LdfcH Thin For Winier Gay cites. An Interesting and enthusiastic meeting was held by the ladles yes terday afternoon a: tho Bill's Home and various plans were made for many delightful social events for the coming winter. Mrs. Philps Sasscen wan olected aa president In the place of Mrs. Hoad Anderson, who moved to Atlanta a short time ago, Mrs. Clarence Tolly ls secretary. At ti:? meeting K was decided to resumo the Friday afternoon at homos for the ladies and In addition io thc usual card feature the ladies will en deavor to get tho other ladles who do not play cards lo uCend and one par lor will be devoted to tho entertain ment of these and charming little in formal gatherings of ladles willi their knitting and sewing will br a-i attrac tive feature for Friday afternoon. The ladles also deckled to give ono dance each month and tie chair ap pointed Mrs. Charles Causey. Mrs. J. H. Godfrey and Mrs. K. P. Smith to act nu bontessos for fie first one. Mrs. It. B. Ligon was appoint ed to have chnrgo of tho serving. They hope to havo their, first dance right nway before tito college girls go away. The Elks Home- ls one of the beau tiful homes ?in the city and the ladles are delighted to have such lovely par lors placed at their disposal for each Friday. Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Vandiver spent last night with relatives in Wllllam ston. Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Broylcs. who were married in Ninety Six two weeks ago, are here tho guests of Mr. Broylcs* parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Broylcs. After a ?wo weoks visit, they will go to Columbia where Mr. Broyles teaches history In the city schools. Mrs. R. C. Cochran and her guest Miss Annetta Walkor, wont to Chicks Springs last night to attend the last ball of thc season. "Mrs.' T. B. Curtis will return to her home In- Atlanta today after a vis it to Mrs. Frank Sloan. Mrs. T. A. Ratcliffe leaves today for her home In Atlanta after a vis it of several weeks to relatives herc. Mrs. M. Eels of Chicago, who has been spending tho summer In Hcrider sonvllle. is hero to spent a month with Mrs. Ed Atkinson at Mirs. Carrie McCully's. Mrs. Calhoun Marshall and Misses Franjc.es und Virginia Marshall aro spending several days in Atlanta. Miss Esther leander of Pelzer -Is the guest for several days of Mrs. Frank Sloan. Miss '.ander is on her way to Clemson whore she will teach during the coming winter. Mrs. Charlie Poore and Misses Mary and Francos Poore havo return ed to their home at Louisville, Ky., after a months visit to Mrs. Poorc's mother, Mrs. M. J. Cummings. Mr. and Mrs. George H. Bailes aro" expected home from Nev? York today. smile In Coori. At a recent trial one d the wit nesses was a green- cbuntr;*oan. un lined to the way of the law; but quick as it proved, to understand Its principles, says the Chicago Herald. After a severe cross-examination the counsel for thc prosecution paused, nnd then, putting on a look of sever ity, exclaimed: "Mr. Ki liku? has not an effort been made io induce you to tell a different story?" ^r*? "A different story from what I told, sir?" "That ls what I mean." "Yes, siro; several persons bave tried to get me to toll a different story from what I have told, but they couldn't." "Now, slr, upon your oath, I wish to know who those persons are." "Welt, I guess you've tried 'bout sn hard as any of them." Accurately Timed. "This is certainly a modern cook book in every way." "How so?" "It soys: 'After mixing your bread, you can watch, two reels at tho movies before putting M in the CALOMEL IS MERCI ACTS ON LIVE "Doisort Lifer Tone" Starts Your Liver Better Than Calomel and Doesn't Salivate or Make You Sick. Linton to mo! Take no more sick ening, salivating calomel winn bilious or constipated. 'Don't I?'*- a day's work! Calomel ii? mercury or quicksilver which causes necrosis of the ?x>n<*?. Culomel, winn it comes into contact with sour bile crashes into it, breaking it up. This is when you feel that awful nausea und&crainping. If you are slug gish and "all knocked out," if your liver is torpid anil bowels constipated or you have headache, dizziness, coated tongue, if breathes l?a<l-or stomach sour just take a spoonful of harmless Dod son's Liver Tone on my guarantee. FALL OI'?MMi Columbia Tailoring Company Kondy an Sell the Suits. The Columbia Tailoring compa ly on West Whltner street opened tho fall campaign for tailoring business yes terday with ? ful', page ad in which they ofter exceptional values in tail ored to measure clothes at fourteen and a half dolors per suit, with a five dollar hat. made of the very same cloth as tho suit is made of. This ls a very raovol idea, and is bound to appeal lo the "best dress ers" of Anderson and vicinity. "Mr. Foster, who has recently 'alien .chargo of tho Columbia Ttailoring company's place in Anderson is very enthusiastic about the many fine pat terns willoh he has 0:1 hand from which thc public may choose their fall suits and overcoats. They also have made a very, very pretty window display of some of their fall patterns in their show win dows, which is attracting quite a bit of attention. Abel incident Explained. When their first son wan born, Adam is thought by some critics to have remarked not without much acerbity: "Red hair! Wouldn't that jar you?" "Well, I am not presenting you with any gold-headed Cains, if I know myself," retorted Eve, affecting in difference, albeit secretly mortllied to death.-Fuck. IRY! IT SICKENS! MIKE DYNAMITE Hero's my f^iarahteo-^fld t? any diun" store ?uni get a 50 cent bottle of Dod son's laver Tone. Toke a spoonful to night and if it doesn't straighten you right up and moke you feel fine und vigorous by morning I want you to go Imck to tho store and get your money. Dodson's Liver Tone is destroying the nate of calomel because i* ?1 real liver medicine; entirely vegetable, therefore it con not salivate or make you sick. I guarantee that one spoonful of Dod son's Liver Tone will put youl sluggish liver to work and clean your bowels of that sour bile und constipated waste which is eloggiiigiy?ur system and mak ing you feel miserable. I guaranteo.that a U>ltlo of Dodson's Liver Tone will kcr>p yourvntiro family felling line for months, (live it to your children. It is harmless; doesn't gripe and they like its pleasant taste. GREENWOOD MAN IN GULF STORM Sergeant Wells Writes Interest ing Letter of -Experience in Hunting Bodies. Sergeant Fred ?. Wells, who had a thrilling experience tn the recent (?ulf storm which played havoc in a number of eitle'-, m Texas, uns writ ten an interesting letter to bin par ents. Mr. and Mrs. J. \V. Wells, giv ing an account of 'harrowing rights that he has seen since thc water sub sided. Sergeant Wells writes that he pjid his company wero sent on an expedition several miles from Texas City, whore they aro stationed, to locate the dmd, and, if .possible, seo that the bodies were sent to rela tives. They found the remains of six babies and five grown persons that had been washed miles from t.ielr homes. Among the bodies was that of a negro who had been shrouded for burial, and was in arcoffln that had been swept away by the flood perhaps miles from where lt was lo cated. In one Instance tho body of a woman, which was lodgd In a tree, had to be burled.-Greenwood Journal. Ginning Notice We are now ready to gin your cotton. Our gins have been thoroughly overhauled and put in first class condition. They arc in charge of expert ginners, who give satisfac tion. Charges are as follows: " V Ginning, bagging and ties, bales up to 650 lbs. . . . .. . ,$1.50 Ginnings, bagging and ties, bales over 650 lbs..$3.50 FARMERS OIL MILL EXCELSIOR GINNERY Let me senil you FREE PERFUME Write today for a testing bottle ?rf ? ED.'PINAUD'S LILAC The world'? -nott famous perfume every drop as sweet as tho llvtnfl blossom. For handkerchief, atomizer and bath. Fine after ihavln?. All the value ls in thc perfume-yon don't pay entra tor a laney bottle The quality 1? wonderful. The mice, only 75c. (6o_). ,f?nd4c. for the little bott>5-?aouat? tor SO handkerchiefs. Write today. PARFUMERIE ED. PINAUD, Department M. ED. PiNAUl. BUILDING i NEW YORK IN TOUR TO The Heating and Plumbing systems should be ot the flrst importance If you consider the good health, tho comfort and the convenience of your family. far PlumblBg ls the Quality Kind that adds to the house bet ttUful by Cb? luxuriousness and good designing of the fixtures. CM eur Estimstss. Jessing A Specialty. GLENN PLUMBING COMPANY ?THE PLlTiHB GOOD PLUHBERg" tat W. Benton St (tTsder Maple Hall) PHONE MS ~: ~~- T ? TO Represent the utmost service, safety, mileage and pleasure obtainable from an Auto-Va cation trip.? TODD AUTO SHOP Opposite The Palmetto s N.Main.