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The Sweetest of the Sweets
From "Way Down on the Suwanee River" We have just received a shipment of honey (in the comb) from a point in Fl?, located OB the famous Suwanee river, which we are f. C _ Kelling at uer section (lt's line).IOC This Is Extra Fine, Clean, and a bargain at this price. Kew cranberries, per quart Me; or 3 quarts 25C New Hocker's Self Hising Buckwheat flour (Just in) 10, 15 25C Lyle's Imported syrup. A heavy syrup? the best syrup that OP. was ever pat Into u ran, per can.?vC Fret*h head lettuce, 2 head? OC for . .%.ZOC Nev, York Celery, per e f\ hunch. 1UC And Many Other Good Tilings to Kat, Anderson Cash Grocery Co, "Sellers of Good Things ti) Eat" Thone 21* and 2i.> ? GIRIS Call in and let us explain how you can get the new Friendship ring free of charge. Walter H. Reese & Co. Your Jeweler. D A \T17 Al? lsl?I TAW Capital and Surplus $130,000.00 BANK Ol' BELTON RoHnn C r President.' Y. P. and Cashier. UCllUU, ?. V. H. H. Campbell, Asst Cashier. 4g-i-:-r TROUBLE FOR FIVE YEARS Majority c! Friend* Thought Mr. Halbe* Weald Die, Bat OM Helped Him to Recovery. pomeioyton, Ky.-In Interesting ad vices from this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes writes as follows : "1 eras down with stomach troubla for fire (5) years, and would have sid: headache so bao, st times, that 1 thought surely 1 would die. I hied different treatments, but they did not seem to da me say good. I got so bsd, 1 could not est or sleep, sud all my friends, except?se, thought I would die. Hs cdvtsed me to try Thedford's Black-Draught, and quit taking other medicines. I decided to take his advice, although I did not have any confidence in it. I have now been taking Black-Draught for three months, and lt has cured me haven't had those awful sick headaches since I began using it I sm so thankful for what Black Draught has dons for me." Thedford's Black-Draught bas been found a very valuable medicine for de rangements of the stomach and liver, it is composed of pure, vegetable herbs, contains no dangerous ingredients, sad acts gently, yet surely, lt can be freely used by young sad old, and should be kept in every family chest Cet a package today. Only a quarter. Mi Greatly Reduced Round Trip Fare VIA SOUTHERN RAILWAY In Connection Wtih Blue Ridge FROM ANDERSON, S. C. TO WASHINGTON, D. C. $16.25 Account of Scottish Rite (A. A. S. R.) Tt?rty Third D? "^ational Association of Postmasters cr the First and Sec ond Class. Atlantic State Association. Tickets on sale October ISth to 19th inc. with retnrn limit October 31st, ?ul5, _ For complete information, pullman reservahon, etc, ca? on ticket agents, or writ? W. R. Taber, T. P. J. R. Anderson, Greenvnc, S. C. Anderson, S. C. ? ANNUAL MEETING OF MILL STOCKHOLDERS CALHOUN FALLS COTTOP? MILL IN GOOD CON DITION DIRECTORS MET Yesterday in Anderson at Which Time Officers Were Reelect ed for the Year. Tho annual meeting of the direc tors of the Calhoun Falls Cotton mills was held yesterday 'nt noon In the ofllces of Sullivan Hardware company. The annual meeting of the stockholders was held on Tues day at Calhoun Falls and a very satis factory report was made by Mr. Jas. P. Gossett. president .of ?')o mills. The same board of directors was elected as follows: Messrs. Jas. P. God&ett of William:.ion. Ernest M. Lander or Calhoun Falls. C. S. Sulli van and W. F. Cox of Anderson. Wil liam Whitman of Boston. George M. Whit Un of Wlhitinsville, Mass., and George A. Draper of Hopedale, Mass. At the meeting yesterday officers ! were re-elected for the next yea>* SR follows: Jas. P., Gossett, president] and treasurer, and Ernest M. Lan der, secretary and assistant treasur er. VERDICT RENDERED AGAINST THE COUNTY B. L. SUMMEY GETS VER DICT OF $2,500 IN COURT ONE OTHER CASE [ Was Tried. Yesterday But no Agreement Reached By the Jury Last Night. A verdict was returned by the jury in'the case of iSummey versus Ander son courtv yesterday morning for the plaintiff in thc sum of ?2,500. Mr. Moults !' Smith, attorney for tho coun tv. cavo notice of appeal for new trial which will probably be heard on Fri day of this week. Mr. Summey was asking for dam or-HK in ?he sum of $6.000 which he alleged his wife suffered when she ..us t.iruwn from a buggy when one of the whoota went Into a hole in a bridirp i:t Garvin township. This oe-, cldent occurred In November 1913. This casj was tried once beforo but judge M emin in ger ordered a non-suit after tho testimony of the plaintiff was beard. Yesterday morning in the court of common pleas tho case of Mrs. Mary Clark and E. E. Cark against E. A. Monroe of Honea Path was taken up. Th? case went to tho jury shortly af ter the noon hour and they had not returned a verdict when court took a recess yestorday afternoon at ? o'clock. A sealed verdict will be re turned thi: morning if they agree on one. Yesterday afternoon juBt before tho recess the case of Gie Morris Ferti lizer company against N. S. Reaves was V.Ken up but only few witnesses weil; examined. Condition Mr. Glean. The Condition of Mr. L. M. Glenn, editor of The Intelligencer, who un derwent an operation for appendicitis late Tuesday afternoon, is improved and Gio attending physicians state that he is getting along .nicely. "Father, what's superfluity?" "The words .'Please deposit p -omnt ly' on the bach bf a check."-New York Sun. YES! THF, ANDERSON TH EA THE Minister Gives Testimony. Thc Rev. C. -M. Knighton, Havana, Fla., writes: ?For throe month? I suf fered intense pain in kidneys and back, which at times laid me up en tirely. I road of Foley Kidney Pilba and after trying various remedies without result I decided to try the Foley t re? anent. I waa relieved al-. moat with the first dose and it Is a feet that L used only 1 1-2 bottles when all bf the pains disappeared. I am r<5 years of age and now feel like j <\ young man again. Sold everywhere, j TES! THE ANDERSON THEATRE - Geisberg's Potato Chip* Fresh, ?nd Crisp Dairy, Phone No. 733. Lets all Shcke. ? io Dre$*~up OCTOBER 10TH TO 16TH Nb Action Paving < - i REGARDING RECOMMENDA TION BY F' TXUTIVE COMMIT i EE TO MEET AGAIN This Afternoon at 5 O'clock Have Not Decided On Addi tional Paving. Atter discussion weich lasted one hour, tue meeting of tho street pav ing commission yesterday afternoon adjourned, so that thc members might have mqre/time to think over the sug gestions 'ot"'tho exocutive committee o.' the commission whicli Acre de cided upon at a meeting held Tues day morning. The members felt like they tad not fully decided os to what streets ought to bo paved with Um money that will be left over after the present already outlined work lias been completed and that they would Uko to think over tho matter at least another 24 hours. Hie meeting was called io order by Chairman Horton shortlly arter 4 o'clock and the fir?t fastness was tho reading of the minutes or two prev ious meetings, which wem adopted. Mr. J. II. Godfrey wa? then asked to explain to thc commission tho recommendations which were dis cussed by tho members of tt;o exe cutive committee on Tuesday morn ing. Mr. Godfrey stated that tho meeting of tho executive committee was called for the purpose of taking stock of tho finances of the commission and to determine what balance will bo left on hand after the work already out lined has been finished, also to de termine the amount pf tl te paving certificates to be issued, the company which bought the others, Sidney Spitz er and company, having written for this information. Ho stated that after ?tating that tho commission would havo a balance on hand after completing the paving already outlin ed Mr. Sanders made tentative esti mates of the cost of removing the cobble stone or Belgian block paving on Bast Whitner street from the square to McDuffie street, putting down brick paving instead ; remov ing the cobble stone or Belgian block paving on McDuflle street from Ben son to Whitner, and putting down as phalt paving Instead, ' removing thc cobbler or Belgian block paving on West Benson street from tho square to Peoples street and putting down asphalt paving instead, and removing the cobble stone or Belgian block pav ing on East Benson street ?from trie square to McDuffie street. From his estimates this work yould about clear of the balanco on hand.' Mr. Godfrey then stated that tho executive com mittee wanted to offer'?this aa a sug gestion to tho members of the com mission. Ho stated also (' .at Sidney Spitzer and company of Toledo, O'., had been written -to the Cifect that the city would hare $3,000 or 54,00(1 of bonds to offer. , . Mr. Godfrey was then asked to ex plain whether the city'would he able to issuo any more bondeeinco the tas assessments for the ?ptwperty for tho city of Anderson hail been recoived by Auditor Smltr* from Columbia. He stated that it appeared that the first sheets of assessments received in' An derson showed an Cuerease for tho manufacturing industries of the city as well as tho banks. Taking this into consideration aM also the tact that the assessments ot the "property of the Southern Public Utilities com pany, the Southern Hell Telephone company and a few other concerns had boen increased it was thought that there would have been an in crease of something like $120;000 over inst year. Notwithstanding tho abova facts, tue total assessments for tho property In tho city of Anderson for this year will show a decrease ot about 129,385 over those of lost year, -not because any of tho property ha.* decreased in value one blt. but be causo of some mistake that waa mado in the figures for tho assessment* last year, it was explained that all of tho property In Anderdon county showed an increase, especially in tho towns, and t/oat the etty property had not. decreased. Thc decrease in tho total assessments la accounted to some error made last year. This statement-by Mr. Godfrey de stroyed tho hope? of the-commission that they migbt be able to issue some thing like fdfi.OcO or $20,000 moro ot bonds because of the increase that waa expected in tho tax assessments and lt will now he impossible to is sue any more ?*:an thone r.Jready pro aided for unt?i at least another year. Petitions Bead. - There appearing to be severn! peti-^ tiona "before the commission from property owners, asking that their streets bo paved, Mio clerk has asked to read these va that some action might be taken. Ti ie petitions read were from property owaenr asking that streets as follows'be paved: South McDuffie from East Benson to East Whitner. . East Whitner from public square to McDuffie. West Benson from public square to Peoples street. Greenville street from Boulevard to Forest avenue. East Whitner from public square to Monning street. Federal Htreet between; North Hain and Murray avenue. 8on"? Main from Norris street to Brissoy treat. Johna itreet between South Mata and McDuffie. West Market between Maxwell avenue an/? city lt.-iita. Some of these petitions had been on I tile for several weeks but they were omtnission road BO that the members might be better informed as to the streets from which the property owners hud ex pressed their desire to have the streets paved. Mr. Posteil Cater appeared before tito commission lu behalf of a petition ashing that Greenville street ba paved from Boulevard to Forest avo nu.c a distance of about 400 feet. Mr. Cater explained Uiat the city coun cil Had promised to extend sewerage over thiB distance provided tho com mission would have' it paved. City Engineer Handers stated that it would cost tho commission about $S00 to have the work done, the other |8"0b coming from the property, owners, i Mr. Crowther app^red before tho commlsr.ion in behalf of U.tv petition osking that Wast Whitner street bo paved from Uio public square to Man ning street. It was shown that alter all of the work already outlinod and passed up on by tho commission, including Man ning street bad been completed, thtfre would bo a balance on hand of about $2.000. It is tbe intcntion of the COU) missioh to spend tl tis money where it will be of thc most good and where it will bo more satisfactory to the people generally In thc city. There seemed to be a general opin ion among the members of tho com mission that it would not bc best to take up tho Belgian blocks on tho Bt roots recommended by the executive committee and place new pnvlng, and that this money W.riclt would be left over badbetter bo spent on other streets. City Engineer Banders ex plained that the streets mentioned as now having Belgian block paving could be put In first class condition with Ittle cost by the city. Homo or the members thought it best that she money he oxper-Jed In paving streets connoctlng Main and McDuftle, es pecially Kast Market and Earle street. After discussing the matter thor oughly the members of the commis sion thought it beat to take no action yesterday afternoon, but decided to have another meeting t.'ds afternoon ot r> o'clock for that purpose. A mo tion to this effect passed and the meeting adjourned. Slight Accident. Last night Mr. Ned Pr?vost WUB knocked down and slightly injured by an automobile driven by Mr. A. C. Barton. . It appears that Mr. Pr?vost was coming from around a street car and stepped in front of |?>.? automobile. The street car was stand ing still and the automobile was pass ing lt\ It appears that it was one of those accidents which aro unavoidablo and no blame ls attached to anyone. Mr. Pr?vost was only slightly injured, a small abrasion being mde on his head. YES! THE ANDERSON THEATRE Birth. Born to Mr. and Mrs. George Briggs on Sept. 28th. a baby girl, named Theodore Louisa. YES! THE ANDERSON THEATRE A happy couple were on their way to Scotland. They had to change trains at Carlisle, and an obliging porter, whllo struggling with the luggage, noticed that the young lady's hair was dotted wltii rice. Ho ap proached the young man and, pulling a folded paper from his pocket, sold: "A present for you, sir, with tho company's compliments." "indeed," said tho traveler, "what is ur "A railway- map, slr." "Oh, thank you; but what are these marks in blue pencil?" "That's tito beauty of it, slr; these marks show just where the tunnels are and their length." YES! THE ANDERSON THEATRE ACIDS IN STOMACH SOUR THE F5?D AMD CAUSE INDIGESTION Tape's Diapepsin" fixes sour, sassy, upset stomachs in five minutes. If what you Just ato is roaring on your stomach or lies like a lump of j ? lead, refusing to -digest, nr you belch i gsa and eructate sour, undigested , food, or' have a feeling of dizziness, heartburn, fullness, nausea, bad ta~te in mouth and stomach headache, you ?can surely get relief in Ave mnlutcs; Ask your pharmacist to show you 'tho formula, plainly printed on these Hf ty-cent cases of Pane's Diapepsin, then you will understand why dys peptic ?roubles of all -kinds must go, and why lt relieve? sour, out-of-order stomachs or indigestion In five min utes. "Papo's Diapepsin" ls harmless; tastos like candy, though each. dose will digest and prepare for afcsimll? tion Into tho blood all the food you I eat; beside?. Lt makes yob go.to the j table with a healthy appetite; but what will'please yon most, is that! you will feel that your stomach and intestines are clean and. fresh, and. you will not need *..> resort to laxa tives or liver pills for biliousness br j consipatlon. This city will have many "Pepe's I Diapepsin" cranks, as some people] will call them, but you will be en thusiastic about this splendid stom ach preparation, too. if you ever take lt for indigestion, gases, heartburn, sourness, dyspepsia, or any stomach misery. ' Get some now, this minute, and rid yourself of ste?acb misery and indi gestion la five min?tes. DRESS UP FOP. DRESS UP WEEK Here's one of the latest up-to-the??miwate styles by Stetson as sold by them tn their New York Retail Stores. There's a Stetson Hat for Every Occasion. T. L. C?LY CO. Under Hotel Chiquola Rasaras Tonsorial Parlers Cut The Price SHAVES REDUCED TO ~ - 10c Best equipped shop in the city. Strictly Sanitary. : :Clcan? liness is Next to Godliness.'' Efficient Workmen-Best service in every respect. Barbers: Ramert Bruce, Lindsay and Raaor. Rasor'a Tonsorial Parlors Ligon Sc Ledbctte* Bldg. Next to Railroad on North Main. ' 1 ' .--? Beautiful Cut Glass For \Vedding Presents We have a wonderful assortment of beautiful, rich patterns in the highest quality of cut-glass on the market. The paKrens shapes and style? are just what is in vogue now. No bride, bot what will be delighted to receive a present of thai cut-glass. Each piece ia beautifully cut and highly polished. Marchbahks & Bath Reliable Jewelers. I - J October 10 th to 16 th Get ready THIS WEEK for DRESS UP week NEXT week sn Anderson. Everybody that believes that ?be time when the Sooth is about to come into, it's own should tafe* thia occasion to DRESS UP to ?hew their belief fat the Prosperity ?bat feeaet everybody believe? ia jost around tba comer. If tbcee of aa who are Optimistic wffl simply "pass along" tte glad tUfaga, it will help pull our Pea*imistic brothers out o? ib? **dwnps/' thereby helping all of us. Come along-let's all pu? togeth er! Dre? Up, it won't rain next week.