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m ? i-f, 'J . * \ |? i| Buying /Jr. I mJLm all the time ^mj ^BSp --receiving ^fpfL . fresh, new, K$ %: .v. handsome and ....2 exclusive styles that are shown only here certainly YOUR suit is here,, or is on the way. Selections from such a group is a delight. Our Suits at $15, $13, and $20.00 are ?x- ' ception?l, vaines. They come in brown, green, black and navy blue, trimmed in fur and braid. ' V *';';-,V t- jj ; v.' . '.. -?. ? shipni?rit ^of very pretty Crepe Waisjt&:>. jti^t' in.; Al?^co?ors. .these' are unusually pretty. Priced $2;5o and worth more., j? , We carry the celebrated Jackman Fifth Avenue Furs. We have them from $5.00 to $ So. Od per : set, Furs ; afc advancing every day in price. We bought ours before the advance. S yery- pretty lot of . untrimmed Velvet sh^?s^y.i?i?r.MH??nefy section received Saturday. Drop in ? tomorrow'and see them. Exclusive Frolaset Corset Agent. j?T tjrjlE iiUpt? THEATRE FVERY WEDNESDAY; Tho piibih?, will ba^cai?y. i?t?r?a^d to know tljnt ba tho ?eyerai;- bianka ap ply In ?rf o?: -.credit with tl'.? Fcdorn? Jt?Borvo Ba?? orJ??w^York: City' tho ques tion n3 to tho'nmo???-o? me'slrtBgr?^ the cor ipqiatlon. or? thh 'luSlvilfiunl ls caked. ' Tho, ihb.utf?'c?t? \a Maced oa MiQ.-'ass?tB" slde-.of. tho.blt?hlc,, whllo .mbrtghjrss ar?j;-other lienB ?u&'fc^ ' ''rho time, hus cbmo.y/h?n definite liabilities can only bo safely ??fsetby tho aaset; ot Ufo insurance :. Thlp;. rcrn?rt-viicnt rando of ^applicants' tor credit ably Biiba'taii?lato3 th? inai?in?ht ot tho lato. : President Clark, of tho Bradstreet Company, -vfhb ? once. tsuid, Vit l? practically beyond fl?ubttUat such action" the taking-'?lobusihess ' ?Insurance^--^stren'grthe?B the', cr?dit? ?bf'firms adopting lt.. Thh^ lt establishes;'?s:lr?ce^Ued.': In tl?? mercantile community arid tji?a reflected, through our reports." . ><; -, ' . - ' ' d, .The security afforded by life Insurance In the wide realm of Interests walch ! lt affects ta conemntlyvjreceiving' greater and d?geiYeu^e?ognltlbn. To urge tho taking Of lifo inarir'??nbo ?B n strengthener-bf credit ls well Within, 'tho proper appeals of tho irre insurance ?niesman. M. M. MATTiSON, GENERAL AGENT a w;W?^?:bistric^?^nt , - ' , J. J: T^wt?ridge, C. E. Tribble, W. R: Osborne, \ - ', ' - Special Agents. B?eckley B?d?., . ' ?'? Anderson, S. C. ' RESIDENTS OF PENDLETON SECTION AFTER PRO T?CTION WltHbRAV/ PERMITS ? fi, In Future All Persons Hunting on these ?saids Will Be Prosecuted. Realizing that the property near them ls protected and desirous of the samo protection, residents of Pendle-, ton nectlon have published .statement that permits granted to hunt, tish, camp, etc., on their land arc now re garded as null and void and thht trespassers will bo prosecuted. Ir. V. S. Sloan, of Pendleton has prepared tho following statement for publication, having already secured tho names af many resldoats near tho county linos for a . petition. Mr. Sloan's statement! reads as follows: "Mr. Henry Trescott of Pendleton has been appointed game warden in Anderson county, by.. the governor, and ho ls'duly empowered to arrest and prosecute all offenders against tho lum fing and fishing laws. Mr. Trescott and officers of tho law ar? authorized to call for show of the above permits when they find parties hunting op these lands. Section 730 of tho code ot 1912, makes lt a misdemeanor to hunt, or flab, or to range a,'-ross a map's land for;such purposes, without first having the consent of the owner., or manager of the property. Each and every/offence-is punishable by a fine up to twenty dollars or up to. thirty days *at hard labor. The resident hunters licenso act bf 1915 .requires that a man to hunt in the license county in which ho resides must hayo a licenso known as a resi dent county license, this to cost $1.00. Landlords and tenants oh their free holds, and leaseholds excepted-, (lt is. ruled that a . tenant. for agricultural purposes hhs ho hunting right;;-a .ul a man that leases a piece of property for tho hunting rights, is not a tenant under, tho eyes of tho law.) A landlord resident of tho county in which his lands' lin may give any other resident of- the same county a written per mtt to hunt on his ianda, which writ ten .permit serves in place ot a license there-hut it must ho carried while hunting and oxhiblted^on demand - of any gama warden or officer. A person hunting in. any. licensed .county where ho is neither, resident nor landowner must have;! a ?tate resident hunters license-cost ?'J.io. This allows him to hunt In any. and every county without any other licenso. . . Hunters must bear in mind a hunt ing license 1 cannot give the right to trespass oh vrivaid property; It only squares .hhn. with the State-to- hunt ia -accordance, with the laws of tho State. .He should at all times'-have'the consent of.the property owner or bo liable to prosecution for ' trespassing according to section 730. ,.' Any non-resident of the state, whether ho owns and pays taxes on one or one million acres of land in this state must have a non-residohi. license, coasting ,$15,2G. .Tho, penalty Tor violation pf tlils act is froni'$?Q0 to $5(}? pr- from turco to ?2 months' atlflPfyl&bVtft'j1 . ?t^?he iiijxt session .of ,.tho legisla ture/'lt is , oarhesHy deklrcl by .many property owners, that Anderson will;' come.^lnt?" the "fold'of tho protected c?uiiiica. i av law a? working- ?iiiv . JU tho;-:- ,'oui.tie:; in whic'u it is in forco and Us good. effects. aro! easily ; seen . In Charleston a.nd ; Dorchester, " al ready "colored gentlemen" ore doing ] time; on tho "pnj?ic works "r,?- the ?!t= tle^v?jtalght of hot procuring licenses. bofore hunting. -, ' ' Tho -prowling thomas cat, and the.j rabbit ^Bunter-tho; man who. has no! hing; hut a dog and a throb 'dol i?f'^onco 4ime* gun, are tho mani ] causes -, of the disappearance. pf tho .! rf^Theirabbit hunter, hunts Only-i?aj Cagiest'and/sloppiest of days and cwalfcs ilko -a cpw . Into '. the :. hbT^ly/:: planted, bats- and wheal fl?ld?iv ' He finds the'quail on the chilly.' rainy Says, huddled" under some low. bush' and,he "grounds.'em/',wiping,.put tho whole ?oyey. His friend, takes aloqg tho bag to bring in the rabbits and: Info that bag often goes Mr. Farmers prospectivo T?ianksglving , turkey^or 'the: fat hen, or - tho. gunioas, or " per haps a buahel of the yoi unharvested ^rh^i' Bunches; of hunters get togeth er in ?kb mish lives, ah dcomb out tho hedges and terraces leaving hard ly a -sparrow in tholr waka. .,, ../V. land, without game and song birds, ls a land forgotten of dod. liam studJes.From:ShtaUs.. . rocept years . mah* anatomists . sglveh'jouch attention to solving the! fcrtabtem pf /reproducing from tho skulls' the,faces' pf ancient peoples; : WMftC. W. M. Poynter of >ho. Uni versity ot rJebraska:, sonle,-.:.tSn?e'-:?kp.i gave three skulls io a-'s?inl?tW-.vWl?a" the Toquest that he recont,iruct/ tin fleshy parts ot. tho taco and head' a?*' cording ? to the data published ' by Parpf. Von K^gel|ug-of the tlniverslty f Jena, Professor poynter did not '". tho artifit that the thr?? V?ktr**J ? all ol haUves. of North ;. Ams As a matter ; bf; fact,- one, ^6; }&?? oy^the^ weH*^^ oa<? by\ ebert ?:? F. ? Glider. ;.1h C mound . of river leam, tn Nebraska; OTie-jbolongad tb an. ? indian : 0^|8*t-? Columbian date,; and ene wa?,that 05 a modern Indian, Tho, photographs ; ot:1hb'hr*?Rto workvshpw in ali* three j t<*iso8 the .char^t?gstl?! face. of x&pu PAaj?rlcan indian* \Vkatofer the age.; t?>,thp.to to ho, its own qr wea undoubt ?o? the Indi tri typo. Encouraged By Showing Against Heavier team?1 arid W02 SeveraS Others, The high school 'foothill team is [vary proud of their showing against j a mucVlargpr and heavier team from] Spartanourg In a game played.In An ursop ?r#3ppily .and have booked BOV ral uddltlon&l games. '?? The local lads will l?avo . Saturday j morning for a gamo with tho Wofford I Fitting s-dui ol team an Saturday af ternoon in- Sparlauburg. This will be th? first big tehni that tho high school has tackled this year. They hope to] beat tho Wofford lads nnd lt they do, | they certainly deserve credit,, for their | time Is limited mid their". prs-tices ? have been short, but thorough. Wof ford'Fitting Hchool has. a large Stu dent body to roly on, and there is lots 't good football material in tito school. (The regular wofford coaches keeps an eyo open for such men-and they koop the men in training. Anderson will play Wofford Fitting school in Anderson on tho" following Friday, Friday next. This gamo will be played nt Buena Vista park and -.111 li? a gool ono. The Anderson ? soplo are asked to como out to seo jtbls game. Another gobd game ls scheduled in Aiid?rnnn for^Thantegiving day. Thin will be tho,:ilrBt football game In An derson on Thankgivbg for some time and " ty \ te, , expected . to draw a; good I crowd,:7 Another game has been ar-j angled with tho Bethel team pf Spar tanhurg but tho dato has not been ?etr/.:--. . 11 f 'I PH H 'g1 'I . | I "rTTT*. %-FTr^TTTT"J ? 'il lfe^"Kena?ilt 'rUchar'taoii, ; t?f;/?the Andprs??'I^ro' Dep?rt?iehti; leaves thj? ?mormijn? Wor. Columbia lo attend the.', state.fair.'. t . - . . ? I Mf.v'E&uW?loah of-Pen di eton iwas I la business visitor in Anderson oui ?Thur^?y:' 1 ? ? , t?f?'i, ?Jinma Torrence j of Pendleton ? was shopping kV A?nlorS?n on-.Tiles ?day afternoon,) ? Vv ' Mr. Gas Townsend ot Iva, waa In ? Anderdon M? Tuesday on-business". ? Mr..' J. Reed Garrison, of -Denver ? nessV-' ii-!'-. ???<<? ? '' Mrisa^OIa 'ttif?t?'or'. Pendleton waa a ? visitor iu>iA.pi\cjr.o!-. yesterday. - Mr. John~tusBei of- A?tnh vBpout ? " Doctor-Well, 'Casey, .' aro tho i eyes H 'Doctor-Ca?-'you see bettor; Vean ?you; seo tho nurse now?,, ? Patioh'tr-Sure, I: cnn ^ that/;,' sor! ?.Faith,- she g?jta'.j^l?lner an'dfV plainer BB IM! I I w? im I jj, : ^ ysBBs?^B3?^S&&BS??? >.. ?? ? ?^??^?^.^^SSI^NS^SSSSIHIS ' ; &s VoW l&dy;:! tho Girl in the ? iftJa*. 'who doe?. .'v??day?Uo turo m Bealla'; ha?? ci^tc#vscw*^if ct a sensation ;thero,^ev?a ;?n^ y'^ar r time. Tee :toat?^ sensation ior ^;.th^v*&-;;a : lons i time, but she ridged to-mske< her ! act" eeasatiopaiTs;-chough to. ? - attract attention deepi^ tho war n cwa. Henri's Reliant Club. The Heart's Delight club will meet Thursday ufternoon at 3:30 o'clock with Mr?. D. M. Watson four miles uorth of tim eily. Mr?. Prentiss -Re?.:, of Birmingham. Ala., ls visiting ber parents, Mr. and Mrs. John lt. Cochran, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Graham . Mcbregor have goue. to Columbia, for-tho week. Mr.. and Mrs. J. D. F.s*t aro go ing to Columbia today for 'ih* fair. Mrs. E. D. Pear?e. who has been ? making lier home in Greenville for the past few years, ls spending the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A Chapman beforo Joining Mr, Pearce in Chicago where they will make their future home. Catecchee Meetlufr. Tho October meeting ot Catecchee chapter, D. A. lt., was held on Mon day with Mrs. Phelps SasBoen at hor home on North McDuflle street. Tho I meeting was! especially interesting, j the study for the afternoon being tho ' early hiBtory o' South' Curollha, par ticularly under tho rulo of Gov. Saylo, Sir John Yeomans, and Joseph Wost. Mrs. T. E. Howard and' Miss Annie Chapman both r??d splendid papers after much delightful muida was fur nished by Mrs. Steele und Mrs. James Craig. ... ' The charming hostess served oft elegant salad course, during the pl ear, . ant social hour. ,. . , Jftctlng f.Iyio Association. .Tim Civic .association . will . held it? regular monthly meeting Thhrs dby afternoon at 4 o'clock at the resi dence of Mrs. A. M.". Sharpe." .pr. I White ie to address association art' tho I subject of "Prison Reform." Dteilghtful Meeting. The Dixie Chapter, U. p. C., waa delightfully entertained yesterday af ternoon by Mrs. J. C. Harris, Mrs. Walter Anderson 'and Mrs. - : Ijena |Ghmbnil at tho beautiful home. of Mr*. Harris on Calhoun s treet. There-was a' splendid attendance of I members, and; the meeting was, both interesting and pleasant, Mrs. james Anderson, the president presided and the principal business was making I plans for the veterans dir. 1er which will be given on Saturday, October 30th. . .,. Tho program for the afternoon I opened with the chorus, "lSmasV? iii i the Cold, Cold around)." Tho pro |-gram was a study of slavery In its various phrases and , the following splendidly written papers wer? read Mrs, J, JB. Harton, "Slavery, From ? the Standpoint of the Blblo;" MTS. J, C. HarriB, "F?lthfulnoss of SlaveB," and Mrs,- Carrie MfcCully. "Happiness ?of the slaves.". "Tho music for thp. afternoon .j ??fe th reo sweet soics by * Mrs ' . llcrbort Harris) Mrs. Cora Lig?n and Mrs. James Craig; .During.the, Informal salad .course j was served' hy the hostesses axststed 1.by-Mrs. G. B. Greene, Misaba Mary I Acker, B?selo Major and Jean Har Mus^u eradu Porty. . - Miss Evelyn Brown has issued uni que invhationo to a masquerade porty On friday, .October 29th, at. 8:30 in honor of Misses Mary Sinytho, Nancy, Blake, Annie Bristow and1. Helen Jervoy. l?nllowch Party. Misses Elisabeth and Mary. Rar?say will entertain ai a H??cw'ssn* '??r>y on Friday evening October ; 20fVi, at their homo on Calhoun street. Benefit Salo, . Tho Kdles of thb'A. R. P. church ni ^.n ? i. ? : ka j A - . -1 - r r f-..,. ?. - w*tyx- KS - . .... Saturday afternoon ? and night, ?tn the new. store room back of the. Farmers to^O',:; ' . ' ? : '. ' 11B1NK MaeE WiffEB W?? IF J^HEYS BOTHER j Eat less meal: and toke Salta for Bacicabhs or Bladder trouble. "-. . ?" '? Uric acid in. meat excites: th?, kid neys, they bBCome overworked;; i ?et sluggish, ache, and feel. Rho lumps of load.. The urin? becomes cloudy ; the bladder is irritated, and yon may be obliged to seek relict two or1 three times during the. night. When the kid neys clog you mus); help ttiejm flush off the body's urfnous waste or youll bo a real sick person, shortly. * At first you feel a dull mlnery in the kidney region, you suffer from back ache, sick headache, dizziness, stom ach get/j abor, tongue coated and you. feel rheumatic twinges when '"'. th?\ wep.thor ls had. ; Eat less m?at, drink lots of water i also get front any ph?rmaclai tb?r ounces Of Jad Galts ; fake >'*'-. table spoonful to a glalea::?t.:/:wBt^?:^lMl'?r? breakfast 'for ,n few daya and your kidneys wilt then oct fine. This' fa mous salt?Km made from tho add bf grapes? ??dV? loci?n. J?tcey com id?pd wtih l?tbtM-aad ' has hean used for generations to cleab, flogged kidneys ! and stimulate th era to normal activity, apo to neutralise the acids in urine, so* lt- no ?ngei* 1? a ' Sotlmt,' of irrita* S ??h; ?huds&ndu?g bladder; weakness. ! v.?ad Salta ts ihsiponelve,, cannot ia ! Juro;-, makes h delightful-,effervi?pcent ?ItHilil-watcr drink which ^?ryon? I should take now aha, thea tb keep the ? YoitSTw^i*^ kidney trouble while ' ii ls a .. j^p ESP 5 SB E^gBBgaBgaajE m 0m? I t?w?ffi? JA WM ? ? ? ! . '.' :- ? . ..-."'I v-'-ry-V .in 8*U selling fast. Fashion favors this nifty footwear this faJL' Gypsy cut, leather Louis heel. Sell for *7.5? in larger cities Our Price $5,00 . '...' .'. .-'l'? i; i . . .';.'..\.7j' S. ' V'> ; ? ? .UNPER MASONIC TEMPLE . ?, v ., SHOES THAT SAT1SPY Lil J. g LU i il.. mm ni in. WT Man. ; ... '. ''^^j^jf -i ^fi'lliv"'.. .: \ . Sixteen anda third ocrea one milo from ?va? on; the road to :f Anderson ; nice comfortable new 4 room! hou??y right: on th? C. & W. C. railroad. If taken thia week you can get t??? p.*ace for $75.00 per aer? : **H}#* 5*^'; V?!* .feno| ***** y?i? can buy ? ?placo Ma this. Write, phono or wire i?, frtft you MUST ort QUICK, part* must h?ve ? little money at or?ce. el L. 8. Horton, V. Pr?a. Tf. SV Sarshall, Ssey,. ' I ??ullin ni II i II Hi II iii'rtwVllto T?' ' Kilt not a joke.' A complete paintinar outfit containing ?V?ry tlung for painting your Ford or any car of wrnllar aix?-^-qutdity Only ti few hours work and three day? fo? ihs paiat to dry. F^ow??i&iBct?onii given oh each can and fiel est W?g^^t^ for the road. It will be a diJidendpaymg..^^jjk^^^yj!^-^ : Von'getTan? ?y^'^^!?^'*i^^^ if yon' w?nt t? -aell;':^-' tmae-yoiir cai#. t^alnm'fe roc^ca Et* selling. v??ua'? 15 to.20 ' Don't t?jrt&eat<9> ^^.?t?i^t? a?w-^:^y^tft^ ;1 "'M^t??^ Gam-In^ie^?^ir? rita'na e vervthms. f or irei?mshing y ou? '. Car 'ew ntciU?mg ? vs ? I . Full Jkcctioha on ?ac!