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via Fast Express On every express, we are now receiving shipments of beautiful Fall Millinery, and Ready-to-Wear. Pattern and Tailored Hats Black Velvet Shapes In all the newest trimming. Militaire, Tailored and Novelty Suits, $12.50 to $35 Entirely new effects, showing: American inter pretations and modifications of leading couturiers. Form-fitting models, blouse effects, velvet and fiu> trimmed styles or semi-tailored designs. These are new pl?lds, checked novelties, gabardines, serges, whipcords, broadcloths, in navy,' black. Bordeaux, African brown, new greens, and other smart shades. Dresses, $5.00 to $35.00 A nice assortment of beautiful designs to choose from. Skirts, $3.50 to $12.00 In all the latest and most authentic styles. Mrs. B. Graves Boyd Exclusive Agent Frolaset Front Lace Corset ?d McCall Patterns. St es Net ism jes Qi Li m unwin.,nm iwi i wm f e Insurance ? A census was taken about a year ago of the in mates of almshouses, of prisons, of asylums for the care of the helpless, in an Eastern State. It was found that but three of the occupants of these inst* : J \ tutions, who numbered altogether over flfteer* hundred, had been beneficiaries of life insurance. Wy, . ' . It was somebody's neglect that forced the public to pay higher taxes in order to take care of n?ar|? all pf these people. Life Insurance limits the needs of poorhouses, prisons, old folks' homes. Life insurance, there fore, reduces the needs of the State in maintaining institutions for the care of the needy, ^ The man who has sufficient insurance to take care of his own future if he reaches old age, and of his dependents, should anything happen to him, is doing his duty, not only to his family, but to the State. (Life Underwriter's Association of St. Louis.) . Write or call Neighbors. ials of Your Friends and Sf Elfe tarante Company M. M. MATT?SON, General Agent C W. Webb, District Agent. J. J. Trowbridge, , CE. Trlbble, Special Agent ?pedal Agent Bleckley Building. Anderson, S. C. occupy STORE ROOM ON N. MAIN ST. PETROLEUM OIL COMPANY'S WILL PROBABLY BE MOVED DEAL NOT CLOSED But h is Thought Thal Mr. Gam brell and Mr. J. H. Anderson Will Close the Matter. ? > , ' You may state that I will rent the store room provided the terms ar? satisfactory to both myself and Mr. Anderson," stated Mr. Chas A. Gam broil of the Petroleum Oil company yesterday afternoon when asked about tho rumor that he was going to lease the store room which is ROW under course of construction on the south sido of the Blue Ridge rail way. "If I do," continued J?r. ' mbrell, "the office of the Petroleum Oil com pany will be moved over there and placed on the first floor. Thc base ment will be used for a storage room in which will be kept oil and greases. -Since tho ordinance of city council prohibiting gasoline stations in the beert of the business district has been repealed, I can now have a filling station there and one will be In stalled." ? j Mr. J. li. Anderson, who is hav ing the store room built, stated that ?ho did not Siave anything to say in ref .rd to the matter except that he and Mr. GambriU had been conferr ing about the renting ot the store room. Mr. Anderson and Mr. Gumbrell will very likely get together on the matter this morning and close the deal. It will be remembered that lt was thought for a time that the store room in question would be occupied by the People's Grocery company, but they have abandoned this Idea, lt seems. REV, 6. C. HUTCHINSON DEAD Pastor ot H am pe lead Square Church Fasses Away. -i Charleston, April 7.-The Rev. G. C. Hutchinson, pastor of the Hamp stead Square Methodist church, died i late yesterday afternoon at the Baker Sanatorium, from typhoid few.. He had been ill lesa than two weeks. STho funeral services will be held this afternoon. *t the Hampstead Square Church,' at 3:30 o'clock, Th? Rev. D. M. McLeod of Trinity, the Rsv. ; S. B. Harper, of .Bethel, and the Rev. Burt Powell, of the Spring Street church will .officiate. Mr. Hutchinson was a native of j Huntington, WI. Vt., and a member Ot j ? the West Virginia Conference before j ( he was transferred to the Sooth Caro lina conference. He had Berved In a number of churches in South Caro lina, having come to Charleston from the Methodist church at Johnston, Ho took charge of the Hampstead Square church, December 2, 1914. Fellowing the funeral services at his late church thia afternoon, his body will be shipped to Salt Rock. W. Va., for burial. He is survived by * widow and three children. Arrange I ments have been made by J. Henry Stuhr. Bobbers at Joaesboro, Tena, Nashville, 8ept. 7.-A Johnson City special says that the postomce at Johesboro was entered by robbers this morning. The sate' was blown open and $1,800 In stamps and $200 In cash stolen. Officers think the work waa done by experts. U.S? Believed Lost. Berlin, Sept. 7.-The admiralty an nounced today that the German sub marine U-27 sank a smalt Br'Um ofcutaer several weefln* ago. Vu* submarine has not reported- since August 10 and ia believed to be lost. 8A78 FART OF RESERVE BANK ACT IS ILLEGAL (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE.) ware nee ossify to the administration ot government affairs, cr an essential part of national banking business. He added that lt waa not a banking bus iness, .and aa a result of all tels the action of congress could not be sus tained by the theory ot Implied pow ers. Furthermore, he said, a search of the constitution /ailed to ?bow any thing which gave congress tb? au thority to confer ott national banks, .or any other corporation the rights of trust companies. 1 Mr. Campbell saul, conceding that congress did havo tba authority to grant trust company rights to na tional banks, all constitutional law ^?.j? to the effect that congress could not delegate this authority to the re ??7 vie board. ' Regarding the question ot whether a legislature might relinquish the state's control over trust companies to the .federal reserve board, be said: "It lg inconceivable that the people of any *>tate. If they understand the situation, will consent that officials .not selected tr the state, or respon sible to lt, shall derme and regulate trusts to tho exclusion of ?tate ofli Phone 37. The Broken Coln. "The Broken Coin," the interesting now serial picture at the Bijou yes terday del hil ted tin? large cvowds who saw it. It is one of the best ser?ala ever shown here. The next in eta?rne?t will be on Thursday the 9th after which it will be shown each Thursday. "All For Old Ireland." There will be a benefit perfor mance at the Anderson theatre on Friday for St. Joseph Catholic church. The play will be "All For Old Ireland" a most a tractivo and Interesting little play. The pictures at the Anderson Siave been unusually good and they are very popular with the people of Anderson. R?ception Notice. All members of the First Baptist church sixteen years old and over are Invited to. a reception to be given in honor of "Dr. and Mrs. John El lington White Thursday evening at 8:30 o'clock. All Baptlst-ln-laws are also Invited. The committee requests that all of the Baptist ladles send In as many pink and white rosebuds as possible Thursday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Darner will leave today for WI aston-Salem to visit relatives. Miss Lydia McCully has returned from a visit to Mrs. S. G. Gentry. Shr also visited relatives In Atlanta on her way home. Miss Lillian Clinkacales has gone to Winder, Ga., where she will teach French and German In th? Winder high school. Mrs. C. F. Rosa will leave on Thursday for her old home In Rloh m<nd where she will spend a month with relatives. Mrs. H. A. Littlejohn of Washing ton and Mrs. Idelle Grubbs of Cali fornia, who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Leon Rice left yesterday for Belton where they will visit re latives before returning to their humes. The many friends of Mrs. Riol ps Sasseen will regret to hear that she foll on Sunday and sprained her an kle, and ls confined to her room. Mrs. Charles Burts of Columbia ls visiting her mother, Mrs. W. G. Wat Boa, oh Sototh Maui street. i ? . . MISS Doris Gtbert of Granltoville ls the guest of her sister, Mrs. George Speer. Mr. and Mrs. George Townsend sill go to Charlotte today for a few (lays. IIMtNHIIIMIlMMII lill Personal t . m. a . A a . ? ? ? ? . * Miss Margaret Archer has return ed from a six week's stay in Blrmlng lam. Ala., and Atlanta, Ga. Mr. Carl Shirley ot Craytonvllle vas a business visitor in tho city yes orday. Mn?. E. C. Kay and Miss Christine Cay bave returned to Lowndes ville titer a visit to Mrs. Sam Brownlee. Mr. Paul Kay and Miss Berilo Kay >f Garvin township were in the city 'osterday. ?Misses Emma Black and Margaret icCord arrived yesterday to be the cuesta of Mrs. J. T. Wilson for a few lays. . . Mrs. Linnie Canon la visiting the tor. J. T. Black at his borne on tbs loulevaxd. Misses Eva and. Mary Herron were isitora in the city yesterday from Karr. IMrs. Jhne MEQec and daughter, Uss Marie McGee were In Ander en yesterday from Iva. Mr. J. B. long of WUllamston wes business vistor yesterday. Mr. James Long of the Brushy reek section waa a visitor In Ander ea ysstarday, Dr. Dendy of^TPelser spent a few oars la Anderson yesterdal. Mr. W. M. Sherard cf WUllamston pent yesterday la Anderson. Mr. James Major of WUllamston >aa a business visitor yesterday. Dr. sud Mrs. W. I. Hallsy rf [artwell wer* In Anderson yesterd ay. . . '. Messrs. Lswrnsaoa Adams and E. !. Bettfu-flcld were visitera from [sriweil yesterday. . ? -- ? Mr. A> N. Alford, prestdont of tho armers and Merchant baa*;of Hart .ell, waa In the city for a few hours asterday. Mr. and Mrs. fi. J, Gambrell of elton ware vif"<or? in ?be city yes >rday. Mrs. Webb Baaders ot Walhalla as in the cRy shopping yesterday. Mr. J. a. Duckworth ot WU Ham len was a 'Visitor yesterday. NEW SCHEDULE POR RIRJ?REE? CARS WILL LEAVE STOPPING PLACE ON QUARTER IN FUTURE NO OTHER CHANGES Passengers Will Go to Rive? St On Sooth Main Car, Then Transfer to Other. Mr. Tom Hill, superintendent of the street railways, ye*, ter day an nounced that a new schedule would be effective 'on River street tills morning, owing to the feet that Uie work of putting down Che track pav ing on that section ls getting well under way. The schedule of the River street is now arranged so that they will leave going down toward Beuna Vista park on the quarter of the hour instead of the hour end tho half aa? heretofore. For example, cars will leave at, say 8:IS and 8:45 Instead of 8:00 and 8:30 ai has been the schedule. Passengers will leave' the square an the Glpck mill -car and go as far as river street. They will be given transfers down River street and will walk to the car which is st present stopping near St. John's Methodist church. Tba construction work is getting well under way on River f?reet and Is being pushed forward very rapid ly. [Q WORK OQID MINE IN CHEROKEE VALLEY Modem Mining Machinery Order ed for Mines Near Walhalla. Walhalla. Sept. 6.-The revival services that'have been In progress luring the past week are being con tinued this week in the Walhalla BaptlBt church. The pastor, Rev, T. U. Smith, is being assisted by Rev. rhos. V. Mccaul, ot Clemson Col loge. The citizens of the entiro town are showing a great deal of In terest in these services. The atten dance, especially la the evening ser vice, is unusually large. Mr. Mc caul is ? very strong and forceful preacher, and the town ls indeed tor naste In securing bis services. The Walhalla graded schools open id tilla morning with the largest at endnnce for thc- first day in the hls ?ry ot the institution. Quite a nnum ye?" of out of town pupils were en olled. It is understood that the machinery or operating a gold mine in Cheochee. Talley, twelve miles north of Walhal s, has boon ordered, and is expected 0 arrive tis week. For some time wo experienced engineers bare been ?lospectlng In this locality, . and have lee id cd to operate a mtne. It has cen known tor years that there was ;old in this valley, and many years g;? a number of mines were worked vltti profit. It ls the general belief Dcally that the present operation dil be successful. The Walhalla hotel bas reopened uder new management. Mr. W. I. Fennell, who bas for some tuna petaled the Hotel Terrace now haa barge of the Walhalla hotel. Mr. J. I. Sltton has assumed control of the loiel Terrace. Mr. C. W. Pitchford, who has been 1 New York for the past week, buy ig goods, bi expected to return home amorrow. (ERO TO BB HONORED WITH All OBB STATUE Copenhagen. Sept. 7.-The next opular hero In Germany ta be lion red with a wooden statue, converted ?ter into, metal by gold, silver, and ron nails contributed by admirals, dil be Captain Otto Weddigen who, rtmmanded the famous submarina. -0. Captain Weddingen lost hts life i command of the U-29. Foreign V?asela Exempt. Washington, Sept. 7.-A large pro ortlon of the foreign ships in Amer! m trade and ali foreign built ships hw under the American flag- are ex aipted from important provisions of te. new Seaman'' law by Ute legal pinion of tba department of corn ie ree. PUT CREAM IN NOSE AND STOP CATARRH Yon feel fhn. tn a few moments. >ar cold 1= ?-oad ev catarrh will be ne. Your clogged nostrils will en. The air passages of your bead ill clear and you can breathe tree . Mo more dullness, headache; no wking. snuffing, nauseous discbarges dryness; no struggling tor breath . night. Tell your druggist yoe want a small tile ot BJy*? Cream Balm. Apply a tl? ot tala fragrant, antiseptic ?am in yeer nostrils, let It p?ne nte through evevy air passage ot e bead; soothe and beal tao swol a. Inflamed mucous membrane, and tar rb suffurer needs. Don't stay affed-up waa mb**rabis. It ls jost what every cold and lief comes Instantly. Operation Not Needed Mn. W. A. Banes, who Uve* IR Ballard, Calif., has neat to lae Pin HS laboratories a verjr strong endorsement of Fraitola and Truxo. In ker letter, Mrs. Barnes says: "Doctors say gall-stones cunnot he cured without an operation, coating much money aa well aa un* necessary suffering. I am cured, 1 know, and this la proof positivo, and my friends know that auch ls the case." Frultela ts a powerful lubricant Cor the Intestinal organs, soften ing the hardened particles that canse so much suffering and expel* ling the congested waste In an easy, natural manner.. .A single dose ls usually su Ai ele nt to dearly Indicate lia efficacy. Traxo Is a splendid tonio alterative that nota on the liver and Kidneys, H tims* lates the dow of grant lc Juices to aid digestion, and removes bile from the general circulation. Traxo should be taken three or fear times a dav tallowing a dose of Frultela to strengthen and restore the weskened, run-down system. For the convenience of the public, arrangements have been made to supply Frultola and Traxo through leading drug stores. In An* demon they ran be obtained at Kinns' Pharmacy, three stoles. In city br country, for business or pleasure, un der all coi'ditions, the mechanical perfection, strength, light weight and simplicity of the Ford car make it the peopled utility. And they aver age only about two cents a mile to op.-ate ?nd maintain. Ford Runabout $390.00 Ford Touring: Car $440.00 -No assurance given against an advance in these prices at any time and no further reduction prior to August 1st, 1916. Sae Them at Our North Wain Street Store. ANDERSON AUTO CO. N. Main Opposite Palmetto p.f?11.* ANNUAL EXCURSION ' To SAVANNAH, GA., JACKSONVILLE, FLA., AND TAMPA. .] Tuesday, September 21st, 19l5 Via SOUTHERN RAILWAY In Connection with Blue Rridge Ry. Rt Pares Rt Fares ' Rt Fires Savannah Jacksonville Tamps Anderson...$4.00.?7.00....99.00 Belton. 4.00.... 7.00.0.00 Hones Path. 188.8.131.52.?5.90 WUllamston. 4.00...... 7.00. 9.00 Donalds. 3 80. 184.108.40.206 Shoals Junction.2.75..6.60-.8.75 .i.II ? . - '???.? ?? >?.y>m, i . rn Tickets will be sold for all trains Beptembor 21st. Tickets good returning i all regular' trains to roach original starting' point befare midnight as fol? we: To Savannah, Sept 26th, to Jacksonville. Sept. 28th., to Tampa, /Bent. Uh., 1315._? SCHEDULE: Leave Anderson 9:16 A. M. 4.42 P. M. Arrive Savannah 6.40 P. M. 4.00 A; M. Ar. Jacksonvilto 10.80 P. M. 8.25 A. at Through coaches and pullman, sleepers jrvlll be handled. For complete information, pullman reservation, etc., apply to ticket J. R. ANDERSON, Supt B. R. Ry.. W. R. TABER, T. P Anderson. ,3. C. Greenville, W. E. McGee, A. O'. P. A., Columbia, S. C. SKonts. A. S. C. BOB GT LINK 'Yesterday is DEAD Forget lt Tomorrow does not Exist Dor.* worry. The Day ls Here Use lt. Get her a Bob *0 Link io Sterling or Uold filled, each. Walter H. Keese &f Go. Headquarters Bob 'O Link.