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Front ber hewe Ia Mountain Park, Oklahoma, Hrs. fl ?, Strange write? to the rinn? laboratories t "I am taking Frnltola and Traxo for gall-stones arith good results. If it liad not been that it came to my rescue, I would have been dead I am sure. I cannot say too much for Fruitola and^Traxo. Froltola posteses properties that act directly upon the latent!nal parts. It ls a great system clesnser, softening the congested waste and disintegrating the hsrdened particles that cantos so much suf fering, sad quickly expels the accusaslstlon to Ute latease retief of the pstient. Traxo Is a tonie alterative that acts on the liver sai kidney H, stimslstes the flow of gastric Juices to sid digestion snd removes bile front the general circulation. It serves to build np and strengthen the weakened, run-down system. For the convenience of the pulic, arrangements have been made to supply Frnltola and Traxo through leading esaggists. Ia Aa. derson they can be obtained at Evans? Pharmacy, three stores. Injured In Huna way. Greenville, Sept. 14.-Miss Annie Talley of 143 'Hyde street was se riously if not fatally injured thia morning when a horse which ab? waa driving ran away and overturned the buggy on Main street, directlly in front of tlie Ot ta ray hotel. She was thrown to the brick pavement. lier friend, Mrs. Dunkin ot Vonnoy street, followed on top of her and she waa not to badly hurt. In Lighter Vein. "Pa, what ls on echo?" "An echo, my son, iso the only thing that can cheat a woman out of the last word. --Boston Transcript. "Fordy bad one groat disappoint- I ment while in Greece." 'What was I that?" "He couldn't find anybody that belonged to a Greek letter so-1 ciety."-Pittsburgh Post. Millinery Millinery Our millinery department is now ready. _Jdtert Hats-r-Gage Hats And many more noted makes. HI Your Coat Suit is Here : No waiting we are Ready with the largest and best selected line In Anderson. New Gossard Corsets All the new fall models-take no imitations. New Coats for Kids So many new things we hardly know how to tell you about them, all we ask is td' come in and see. Vou instantly appreciate thc Camels flaw, because tic blend of choke Twktth and choice Domestic tobaaws is more delightful than ether tobacco smoked Compare them whh cjfcatsties yw Understand Caquis e?r/l feite you* tongue, can't ^?f>*2\ parch your throat, and ^j^^?t?^^^^, Ic&ve no unpleasant ' ^^^^^^fc^^^^ ^^^^^^^^ \j|gS^5^^^^?. & MIMIK TOBACCO CO.,' wksaseasbas. H. C Anderson To Open FIRST FACULTY MEETING OF YEAR WAS HELD YESTERDAY TO MEET STUDENT S Special Committees Will Meet all Io-Coming Trains Today Exercises Thursday. The ftrfat Anderson College faculty meeting this year was held yesterday at noon and the work for the 1915-16 session, which opens tomorrow morn ing at 10 o'clock, was outlined. All of tho teachers have arrived and were present at the meeting yesterday. Today special committees will meet all Incoming trains and will es cort the students to the college. Tho number of students expected this year shows an increase of about 25 per cent over that, of last year and ninny of these are out of town young ladles. Dr. Kimmi stated yesterday that he would be glad if friends of the college who have automobiles would assist today in taking the students out to the building. Dr. Kinard states that all except 12 rooms in the dormitory will be In use this year which ls very gratify ing. Beaides the boarding students, there will be a number from the city of Anderson and points along the j interurban railway. College Opening. Tho 1915-16 session begins tomor row morning at 10 o'clock with spe cial exercises. Dr. John E. White, pastor of the First Baptist church of this etty and Dr. Z. T. Cody of greenville, president of the State Baptist association will be present and take part In the exercises. Besides these the various ministers of the! city have been invited to attend as I well as the mayor and members of j city council. It ls hoped also that a large number of the friends of the ? college will also be present. On Thursday afternoon the clasBl- j tication committee will classify all students. On Friday morning ail students will enroll in their respective classes. On Saturday morning the students will attend classes and lessons will be signed. On Tuesday morning the regular] work of the year wlU begin. Faculty and Officers. James P. Kinard, Ph. D., presi dent-The Citadel, Johns Hopkins ! University, philosophy and the Bible. F. M. Burnett, treasurer-Peabody1 l^flefen'P. Smith, A. ?., A. M. I Dean Converse College, Smith Col lege, Columbia University, English. (Mary Seymour Abbott, B. S., A. M.-Ottawa University. Cole- bia University, N. Y., BerlUs Schot, of Language, N. T., Modern language. Alice -Roby Buxton, A. B.-Gradua-1 uate tn classical course of Hollins | Phone 37. T *" ' " ' The ladles of the Episcopal church , have Issued the following invitations: "The Guild ot Grace Church Invites you to a musical Tea; at the resi dence of Mrs. Harry Orr on Friday evening, September the seventeenth at four thirty. Silver offering." Palmetto Chapter. The - Palmetto Chapter will jmeet on Tuesday afternoon at halt peat .four with Miss Elisa Major. f? v ? 11 ? ' Cake and Candy. The Ladies Working Society of the Central Presbyterian church will have , a cake and candy sais on sat urday at the Olympia Ice. Cream par lor. The aale wl!? begin at. two o'clock and all during the afternoon' they will have a complete assortment .of ..plain and layer cakes. . (Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Burnett have moved Into a residence on Calhoun street and will make their home there. Baastlfal JJttle Sewing Party. The first of a aeries of charming little informal sewing par.iea was given yesterday afternoon by Mrs. J. Levis Sanders at har pretty homo on Calhoun street,- * fift^flt By means of folding doors the whole lower floor is thrown together sad waa bright with gorden rod and j other lovely flowers. The guest* brought their sewing and ibo time waa K- asantly spent sewing and chatting, sic during the afternoon added much' to tho pleasure. Bira. R. C. McDonald. Mrs. Herbert Harris and Mrs. James H. Craig euch singing beautiful solos. Later the charming hostess assisted by Mrs. Harleston Barton served a dainty salad course with orange lae, the refreshments al BO carrying out the pretty yellow color* scheme. Mrs. Sander? will entertain again ?lits afternoon. Her guests yesterday were: Mesdames T. L. Cely, L. S. Horten, J. P. Trow bridge, Arthur Holman. W. W. Mor rison, J. D. Bast. H. tt. Hariris. O. 8. Taylor, T. E. Howard, W. A. Hudgens. James Pr?sale?, . Frank I Todd, Frank Reed. Frank Barten, W. H. Barton. Harrison Pruitt, James 'Farmer. B. B. Hart, Horace McGee, I W. R. Atkinson, J. E- Watson. Wade Sanders. Miss Janie Bryan, who has been Sn; a sanitarium in Augusta for ?v?p#l i weeks is very much Improved and has returned to her bom? ia the city. Tomorrow College, graduate work Cornell Uni ver trixy, English. Mary C. Demarest, A. U.. A. M. Barnard College, Columbia Universi ty, science. Helen Hunter, A. B.-Newberry | College, graduate work at Universi ty of Chicago and University o? V'r ginia, lattin and German. Florence Maddocks, H. 8.-Ken tucky State University, graduate work Columbia University, mathuie tlcs. Lois Cody, a. B., A. M.-Teachers College, Columbia University, History and Political Science. Olga V. Pruitt. M. D., College Phy sician-Maryland Medical College, graduate work in John Hopkins Uni versity, Physiology and Hygiene. Frederic Goode, Director of Music -Pupil of W\ H. Sherwood. Chica go; and Jose Damotta, Berlin, Plano and Organ. Sarah E. Stranathan-Graduate In Plano and Voice from Denison Con aervatory, ATivate pupil Oito Engucr son. Coluirous. Ohio; Carl Dufft, N. Y.; William Whitney, Boston; and Madame ida H. Lurlg, Berlin, Voice. Win. DeVane-Graduate of Judson College, Associate in Piano. Marjorie C. Geary-New liaven Normal School of Gymnastics, grad uate work Columbia University, Ex pression and Physical Culture. Katheten Lee, A. a.-University ot Tenneuf?co, Domestic Science and Art. Mrs'. Margaret Cltnhscales-lab rar?an. Mars. Ella B. Johnson-Matron and Nurse. Kate Sharp-Stenographer. L ??. - - * ? * m m m,. * m r TT T^r^sr^ TTTT V T V V I Personal ! Mr. John A. Hudgens of Pelzer was a business visitor in the city yester I day. Mrs. F. M. Carter and Mra. Martha Payne are visiting Mrs. I. H. Mc-j ?Calla at Lowndcsvllle. Miss Rosa Simpson who has been ?in New York, Boston and Philadel phia with Mr. and Mrs. Sol Lessor ?has returned home. Mr. J. B. Earle haa accepted a j position with the Nesbitt automobile j works in Spartanburg and went over | ; Sunday to start to work. Mr. DeWltt Harper of Lowndes Lville was a visitor in the city yester day.-_ ^W&9M^ZQtos*+?~~... yt, R. S. Hill hac roturnod to the j I city after a week's stay in Atlanta, j Ga. Mr. W. T. A. Sherard of Iva passed tb rough the city yesterday en routs to Greenville whefe he will at tend federal court. Mr. H. Kelly or Cheddar was a j bualness visitor in the city yesterday. Mr. Earle Smith of Iva- .passed' through -the city* yesterday en toute to Clemson Col lego. Messrs. M. A. Chapman and S. M. McAdams of Iva were business vlsi- ; ? tors in Anderson yesterday. Mr. D. L. Barnes of Lowndesville I'wed a business visitor yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. 'Richardson and Miss Richardson of Townvllle were In the tlty yesterday. hH'" i. M , . 11 J i ssa Ul? Uk? cold cream to rubdao irritation and olear the akin. Any breaking out or irritation en tb? face, arms, leg? and body when aeeon tod by itching, <* wbsa the sfcht is sad feverish, ?aa ba readily ovw f by applying, a little boki-sulpbur, a noted dermatologist. Informs us ?hs? bold-sulphur in ly- allays the angry itobing end i rr italien and soothes and heal? tbs Eccema "right up loaring th? skia olear sat SUMME; Bold-sulphnr bas occupied a SMUTS position for man/s. year* is. the treatment of cutaneous disorders be cause of Its parasite-destroying prop srty. Nothing hes aw beat found to take it? place in treathw the Irritaais ?nd inflammatory .akin affestfona. WWI* net always establishing* permanent cure it never fail? to subdue ?be itching irri J ? talion and drive the Eeetma away and it is often years later before any ?rup tion ?gain appears. Thoa? troubled aheaid obtain from aay druggist an cune* .of boldisulpbnr, which I* 'applied te the affected parts In ?he ??ne manner ?a onttnary ooW cream, it Wt unpleaaaa? and the prompt relief particularly ba itealsg seseme, I'I I.III ?? llJl .1 ClllLlHtEVfri DAV AT OAKWOOD Record Breaking Crowd? Attended on Sunday. ? A record-breaking crowd filled Oakwood Baptist church last Sunday to listen to the program of recita tions, music, etc., that bad been pre pared in observance* of Children's day. Before the exercises had begun, even standing Bpace was taken. It 18 estimated that at least one thous and people were present and many were turned away. The program waa carried out smoothly and had suffi cient variety ta keep the large au dience interested 'till the last. The girls and boys acquitted themselves so well that they reflected hoaor upon the Sunday school and tho ladles who had trained them, Miss Patsy Williams snd Mrs. Call Stephenson. Perhaps the most cnjoyai e part of the pro gram was Ute music by a trained chorus of eighteen girls and tho con gregational singing led by Mr. Floyd English assisted by Mr. Harbin at the organ and Mr. Price willi a vio lin. This Sunday school, of which Mr. E. C. White la the superintendent, l' on o of the livest In the state. Sev eral times during the last summer Ute attendance baa been so great that regular classes had to bc suspended and the whole school put under ono leader. Last spring the church built au addition which nearly doubled its orating capacity but the church ls ' still filled to the limits at every ser vice. An applicant for a teacher's car I tificate In Kentucky answered an ex- j I amlnation question by defining "blun I derbuss" as "kissing the wrong girl. " Dictionary or no dictionary, we would have given that girl a first-class cer tificate.-Houston Post. I I Join Our Thrift ?lnb | ISave a Dime a Day jj Become a member by get- ? ting one of otu* DIME m POCKET SAVINGS I BANKS. I Paid Interest on Deposits HERE HANDY, IT IS TOO Thousands are ?sins them. Thorn's one waiting for yon. Why not cati by oar SAVINGS DEPART MENT and get J2? Citizens NatiooalBsnk OKI! ONE "BEST" Andersen People Sive Credit Where Credit Is Bee. People of Anderson who suffer with , weak kidneys and.bad backe want a kidney remedy that con be depended upon. Boon's Kidney Pills ia a medi cine for the kidneys ony, and one that is backed by willing testimony f bf Anderson people. Here's a case: J. M. Carlisle, transfer man, 100 N. Fant St., Anderson, saya: "I caught j a neavy cold on roy kidneys, end it brought on backache. I could hardly get off the wagon on account of the ? sharp pains In the small of my back, j I had to pass the kidney secretions too often and the Sow waa scanty. I noticed a lot of sediment In tho seers- I nons. too. When I read' how Doan's Kidney Pilla had helped others, 1 got j a box at Evana* Pharmacy. I im Kovevd after using one box and two xes completely cured me." Price COc at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy-?st Dennis Kidnye Pills-the same that Mr. Carlisle had. Foatcr-Mliburn Cc., Props., Buffalo. N. Y. H. H. Rosenberg TAILOR FOR MEN 184 North Main STOP CATARRH! OPEM NOSTRILS AND HEAD In Nostril* at Once. If your nostrils are clogged and your head la stuffed and you breathe' freely because of a cold or catarrh, jest get aemall bottle ?MHr> Cream Balm at any drug store. Apply a Ut ile of this frarrant. antlspeUc creamy into your nostA!? and let it penetrate through ?very air passage of your bear, soothing and bealing the Inflam ed, swollen mucous membrane and you get Instant relist Ahl bow good lt feels. Tour nos trils are opea, year head is clear, no more hawking, snuffling, blowing: no mote headache, dryness or struggling fee Meela, ?S's Cream Balm is Just what sufferers from head colds and ratarrh need. It's a delight. MAKES yee SICK AND SALIVATES ?Mu? lint Tm" Ulli? Yur Urn Wt* Ihn CtM ni Ya DMI LUI i Dy's Work Liven up your sluggish liver I Feel See -and cheerful ; make your work a pleasure; bo vigorous and full of ?rabi lion. Rut take no nasty? dangerous calomel because it makes you sick and you may lose a day's work. Calomel is mercury or quicksilver which causes necrosis of the bones. Calomel crashes into sour bile like dynamite, breaking it up. That's when you feel that awful nausea and cramping. Listen to mel If you want to enjoy the nicest, gentlest liver and bowel cleansing you ?ver experienced just taku a spoonful**! harmless Dodson's Liver Tone tonight, Your druggist or dealer sells you -a 80 mat bottle of Dodson's i Liver Tone under my personal money* back guarantee that each apoomV. will clean your sluggish liver better than 4* dose of nasty calomel and that it wast** make you sick. Dodson's Liver Tone is real, liver i medicine. You'll know it next morning! ??rcause you will wak? up feeling Une,! .your liver will be working; keadaeh*) and dhuinese gone; stomach will be sweet and bowels regular. Dodson's Liver Tone ls entirely v*gs table, therefore harmless and can not' salivate. Give it to your children. Millions of people are using Dodson's Liver Tone instead of dangerous calomel ' now. Your druggist will tell you tluiti tlie sole of Ca?ame! ls almost stoppai, entirely here. i^om?siiiiLBBiniijssjBiiiiiiiiiis> ?."???'?.??nanni i nu nani IIIIIBM irti?sn, f ??*^OVRs^^N^SHp/FINc7 j E ,"Onyx"l^ Hosiery .. W Gives the BEST VALUE for Your Money v > r Issryk^fnmCsttsalsssss, Fer Men. Wa??? an? Cnusres\ Any Color and Style From 25c to $5.00 ocr pair\N took for UM Trade Mark! ^ Si?? kr AU Good Dislss?^ * 1 Wholesale Lord & Taylor' ]r?rW TOJW T* u ' i M H i ^ H ? : Look After Your Child's Eyes Of Supreme Importance--Your Duty ? ? i.,,,-. School begins within a very few days, and then study, study,' night work, and more night work, which means a strain on young ev? z\glil NATIONAL MADZA LAMPS are the nearest approach to Sunlight that there is. They are better and cheaper than any other light made. (See Window Display.) > SOUTHERN PUBLIC UTILITIES CO. Attention Farmers! 1 Black Elastic Carbon Roof Paint 40c per Gallon Suitable for Barns and Out Building' Roofs of Tin or Paper Guest Paint Co. j !? -1*1 tte RETAIL GROCERY BUSINESS We have opened w?h e stock off Fancy and Staple Gro ceries that arc Second in Quality to Hone. We carry ?he Famous "Dnnysdley" line? of flow and Feeds; call and try them. We ara now Mady fer lillis sn, end we -?*-' "Bob" sad "Bill" Mssoa Phone 574 First Door West of The Peoples Bank "Fat. Weight and Ban Wails.'"