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Remedy Brought Says Frail?la and Trazo Po?* .catto All the Merit That ,!B Claimed for It 1 After completing tho necessary treatment, Mrs. S. S. Cote, Lampusas, Texas, was so well plonscd with the results that she wroto the PinuB lab oratories as follows: " Frultola and Traxo are all you claim. It removed a quantity of gall-Btones and I feel sure lt saved my Ufo. I am. well now and thankful to you for the great good your medicine lias doa? rae. Frultola ls a powerful lubricant tor thc intestlnul organs and one dose ls usually suITtclent to clearly demon strate Its efficacy. It softens the congested masses, disintegrates tho hardened particles that occasion so much suffering and expels the accum ulated . waste to the great relief of the patient. Following a dose of Frultola, Traxo should ho taken three or four times a day In order to rebuild nnd restore the system that has become weakened and run down from conr j ?tant suffering. It ls a splendid tonic,- acting on the liver and stomach most beneficially. V Frultola and Traxo are preoared In the PInus laboratories at Monticello. 111., and arrangements have been made to supply them through-representative drugglots. In Anderson they can bo obtained at Evana" Pharmacy, Three Stores. We are recommending our 10-1-0 and 10-2-Q and IO-24-O for wheat and oats this fall when you sow it. This 'wilFgiVe it stalk and grains in th? head, and that it what you want in grain. If you will sow five acres in wheat and five in oats this fall, after prep?ring the land well and fertilizing it well with either bf these goods, you will find it advantageous. The 10-2-J-0 is an especially fine goods for grain. Let us hear from you. Anderson Phosphate & Oil Co. Anderson, South Carolina. "See the KIRMESS Friday Night" The fa?ov/mg business houses'-will offer numerous articles ut REM. BARGAINS tfcrougout the day: Horton*? Pharmacy. Belton Bargain Store II. F. Hftot^ j ic lid CP" ITiiiingiinin. Belton Mercantile Company. Prierson's Pharmacy. Honks Bros. I. W. Cox. Thc Wonder Store. v , W. 8. Shirley & Company. Gambrcll & lin j. H. B. Griffin. Pastime Theatre. r?|&.?cor.: 9. If. HcCoen. Tho Belton Journal. "W. .Moorehcad. -I..?ll....~ C- f>-._ ^.Lj-i-'ntii'.uii cv \ vnafniiij. . . Suiiivnn Har?-aarc Company. P. Jf. Cox ? Com pen y. M. T. HCCUCB. Mrs. M. C.. Gunningba JJ. Cobb & Parker. Taylor's Studio. Bolton Coca-Cola Bottling Works. J. K. Mano?. City Meat Harket v M i khell-Cox Lumber Company. si ?I 3 The P. & N. Lines will furnish FREE tho LARGEST EXHI BITION of FIRE WORKS ever seen in thb section at 7.-00 P. ; M., on above date at Belton Fair Race Truck. Hound trip tickets Viii be sold by the P. & N. Line? for one and a tbird fare. ^?^s^tiv: E^orgef: the Place Md Dat? EI^^?M- lilllie S?m!W^ 1915 Jip, g M. ?;,>. '; Cpa?^: A?j; ' Bargogo For Everybody. TE ALLIES SEEM TO HAVE FAILED AGAIN REPORTED RUMANIA WONT| INTERVENE UNLESS HER INTERESTS SUFFER INTERNES THREE RUSSIAN VESSELS! ?Two Torpedo Boats and Onel Armed Steamship Berthed in Waters of Danube. Berlin, Nov. 4.-The Overseas News agency toddy announced that Ruman ia has ordered tho internment ot' two (Russian torpedo bouts, and an arm-:] ed steamship which aro in Rumanian waters on the Danube, and that lt had beea semi-officially announced in Ru mania that Rumania would not inter vene unless her vital interests aro menaced' The agency Btate3 that general opin ion ls that thia ls proof ilu.t Rumania has declined the latest proposals of entente powers. Big Port Developments Under Way In Sonta. (Manufacturers Record.) It is gratifying to note that a gen eral recognition of the necessities of providing modern port facilities ls being mado by.the coast cities of the BAi'.th. Thero is still a long way to go before all of thc seaports of America are equipped with such modern faci lities as are to bo found in European land South American ports, hut tho ? evidence ot awakening interest 1B to [ be found to a greater, or less extent in all of tho Southern seaports. Expen i dltures aggregating millions of dolfars ! aro being. made in porte from BalU i more to Ara nu ns PasB.. New Orleans 1 is completely rebuilding its; terinl nalft, warehouses ?nd other part faclll ties'and will bo provided with a thor oughly modern plant for handling a vast volume bf waterborne commerce. While n conspicuous example ot al most complete rehabilitation, tho?ac tivities at New Orleans are but.typical, of what is belhg. done, though on jj? smaller scale, in other Southern ports. Channels aro being deepened, railway terminals and wharfage accommoda tions co-ordinated, million-dollar coal ing piers constructed, and all manner of facilities provided for dolg busi ness more nearly Uko it is'done in tho economically operated ports of " Eu ropeT ^ V -A great development is under woy, With the promise of benefits to the Soutli of far greater magnitude than is' generally understood, even by the people, of "th* South themselves. ^$luay|ng Serum. From 8nakes;?^ (Philadelphia .Publiv: Ledger.");--: Medical scientists i Interested.; Ia ;'tliejs discovery of. an efficacious hutfdot\~ fof:snake bites; are rlskbaglilifIr UtJ^i at. th'?v?ob?o^cal "'gardeaa .In FO?ivl nioun t par k, | conducting j e K per Lm e ? ta * among th? reptiles in the "snake, bouse." , Toxicologists the -world over have .been' working for ..some time to perfect a serum. . How would yoe like tb alt down at a table .with a writhing rattlesnake o?iQT?you, lila ia ri ?j? uaiviug viiduun iv in ?very, direction, and busy your self with 'extracting tho "sting" from tho reptile T This is the work of the ?nlentl?t who risks- his Ufo for - th? sake of humanity. ' In ords ?ito work out a paworfal serum the 'toxicologist' hos to havo some of tho?deadly polso-'' pf. tho snake, and to got it he operate^ upon th? live snake. ; In 1843 Lucien Bonaparte first made an unaly sin of viperino venom, 'end claimed it to be proccid In char acter, and 20 years later Dr. B. Weir Mitchell confirmed thi* statement aft er -long series, of analyses of the poison of the rattlesnalce. Since tbat-tlitto snake venoms have been the subject of discussion and re search by thc greatest toxicologists tho world over, iall endeavoring to discover a successful treatment ia combat the swift and deadly proper ties-of'tho poison. Tho importanco bf. thia. work : oan bo readily appreci ated, inasmuch os1 moro than..20,000 deaths are recorded annually hi India ?ts tho result: of bites from venomous snakes. ? >' ..; '- ,'. Doctor ; Calmo 11 o in India was. the ?lrst. to produce ?h :V?ntl*sornm for j snake venom, after a series of oxperi- ? .manta demonstrating that; anim?is [could--ibo immunised by :?ajectlng a non-fatal dioso Of venom :?s?d gradual ly Increasing until the- an i ma! would survive many tiraos tho i??*?Vfloae. - '"' .' i1' '* ?i i'>i?.1'- ijSfcSfjg'j Carolina Won. -: .: ; Star tanburg, Nov. 4 :-r-Iu tho f-jj^ lowing game here today between Car olina and WOfford; Carolina vron by a ! seora of .33 to ,6 for. Woff?rd'. ? O SE DECIDED BEFORE END OF YEAH Peking. : Oct. 30.-(Associated Press Correspondence.)--The ques tion whether Chins ls to be a monar chy or a republic should be settled before the eud 'of the year, according to tho state council, which has rec ommended that, in accordance with the tornvj ot the provisional constitu tion, President Yuan Shl-kul should caLL_&, citltens' convention to decide tho question, but If it ts not possible to call such a convention at this time, i tho .'Hate council recommends tbat the | president waivo the provision and .'devise . other proper and adequate mesas to commit thc will of the peo ple." 'It is rumored that this ls designed to permit the president to convert the council o2 atate Into a convention and have it adopt a new constitution ein brach?? he monarchist provision, ac* cording to his wishes. . The memorandum sent by the state council, sitting as a legislature or par liament ynder the president's direc tion, says that in nil eighty-two peth tiona favoring a monarchy have been rccolved from different bodies. I The memorandum is ta?ca as 3 gonorai indication that the monarchy may be established much soonor than has been- predicted. Pre: lent Yuan Shi-kal however hr-s not taken any ac tion. Many of the papers printed in Eng lish in, various foreign 'concessions continue tOvVigbfously assaf! tho pro posed idonarcby on the grounti that it [ ls -Specially, dangerous for China to make any chango while world polir tice is at such white heat. Other papera printed in English accept tho monarchist movement as inevitable and dre urging that wholesale re forms be carried out by the govern ment regardless of whether lt bo call ed, a republic, or a r>,onarchy. ' Members'of the society for tho pre servation' of Peace, the organization that originally fathered tho monarchi cal movement, aro still working active ly in Poking without opposition from tho government.. They recently hold a luncheon'pt tho most prominent for eign ho toi, In Peking in honor, of dele gates froin the' provinces who have I come to tho capital to confer about 'the monarchical proposition. This ? luncheon was. attended by one. hun- ] dred and tiuy usn, No member ot the cabinet was,,pr?tant,- neither did any other government ollie lal s of iii;-ii , rank .-.attend. Tho delegates formed* Bprt;of".union for the dlscus I alon of goverd?iental I question, and ongaged, in .speech-making for sev eral h??rsv.: ; ' 5 I?? Foreign ,orltfcIsm or the movement and' the g?n?ral belief that' several foreign powers: would withhold their recognition of the monarchy havo nettled tho leaders. . i'.vAa editorial In the Peking Dally ,Ne'ws discu?slnr foreign- critics says : "They mistake, tim5 shadow .'tor thdJ substance, raise dolorous cries when it is proposed to give an authentic de finition to China's Bystem of govern ment, and to abandon the pretend runt it ia .republicanism. It ls put*/ ig , onr credulity tu ,too severe a train to ask us to believe that two mildred and fifty million people in lina would be frantically indignant it were decided to describe cOr fjctly, the system ot government un ifier which ord' r has been bron&bt out of chaos. To speak frankly, China is enjoying tao monarchical. system today, hut the "country describes it sett "as a- republic "?t?ds consequently tho system would fall to pieces on tho death of the" ruler' if ho provision ?Srcre siade'for Ifs maintenance. That ? prcvisScs can Wm ado without danger ! or losB of time simply.by abandoning I the. fatuous pretences that the system1 that prevails IB.republicanismT?? Tho opponents pf the monarchiai system estimate ? ono ? hundred million dellars, dr about.forty.?million dollars in gold, as tho probable expense of restoring a monarchy, but the propo nents say that this big figure'is based od/^th?: coot of . enthronement ld an cient tiino. . When a. new "emperor carno , to the ihrdne? 'id'. t?hlna?,;-ho always. remitted the-lnnd for. the, year of his ?nthrone . oient...- ?These, itaxes^ alono ? make UP tor, tiio greater .part .of the one hun dred million dollar est?mate. Yang Tu and o thor loadore'.bf tho society for tho preservation of peaeo say il will not fee necessary, under present con ditions to remit ?i?-land tax for en thronement yokf .''- .,. L ?ody -'^lat?fJnWjVit -i-rvrbif?' ' leghorn. Yields 814 to d'Year, With a Tecord Of ^W>eggs In 365 ! days, ? Lady Eglantine, a White Leg* I horn pullet becawe today tho cham ! pion egg layer of the world. Tho lit?e heu? ; milich wolgha three j add * half pounds;'completed ber wear |? fan' egg, laying, competition: at Delaware College, Newark, Del.,.and beat the 'previous record ot 286 eggs fey:28. The p?d of,Ovo,bens, of which Ishe was a member "also bioko . tb* American pen, record with 1,211 eggs. Tho avorage barnyard fowl produces only TO egg? In 'a- year. .."?'..-;'ii-' : y ' '' ' ?)-'?'? "' ^jSSSlmm BIG PROHf-RALLY TO BE HELDJERE SOON WORKERS FOR NATIONAL ARIDNESS IO SPEAK SUNDAY, NOV. 14 JNO. G. WOOLEY One-Time Candidate for President On Dry Platform Will De- i liver Address. A rally for tho causo of National Prohibition will bo held In Anderson on Sunday, November 14. This meet ing will probably bo the biggest meet ing for thia cause ever held in this city. Preparations aro being made to entertain an enormous crowd at tills timo. The rall} r mass meeting, will be held under the auspices of the Na tional Anti-Saloon leaguo, together with tho ministers of Anderson city and of Anuereon couu;/. Hon. John G. Wooloy, ono limo candidate for president, who ran on a prohibition platform, will be in Anderson and will deliver an address. Mr. Wooley is one of the foremost speakers of tho Anti-Saloon leaguo and his coming to Anderson is con- . sldcred an important event by many eoplo who havo heard him argue for this cause. He will be accompanied by Rovj. (Joorno C. Morrow, of De- ? trolt, who has boen field soe'rotary of j the leaguo for tho past 18 years. Mr. > Morrow will also raako an address In 1 thia city. " . .. ' I Whether tho mass meeting will bo hold in tho court house or ir. ono of tho churehos has not been decided. A committee of tho local pastors baa been formed to ni a..J tho necessary arrangements for the coming or thc" two speakers for toe meeting. ? This meeting will bo hold in Green ville on Sunday. Tho speakers go' about through the country and mn?o addresses and' hold moottnga in the I cause ot national prohibition nt any town they can-Bocuro a largo audloncu. j They havo been long at this work, and aro very cnthuRlostlo ovor results that have boen accomplished. j STORING COTTON _ Greenwood Farmern Are Holding Staple. Since the drop in prlco Greenwood county farmers are storing their j colton in the local warehouse Tho total to dato aro 8,322 bales, 400 I ol which were stored yesterday. When the market was bringing 12 cents and a lit lo over dearly'ev- j erybody sold, but since the declino j scenes at the warehouse remind one I of the days last fall during ' the time 1 when practically no cotton was ? marketed....... , ;| . Tho. general opinion seems to , ,be . that tho market will yet go beyond ti: cents.-Greenwood Journal '. mil Send Fire Battleships. Charleston, Nov. 4 -Secretary Daniels decided to send five battle ships hore for tho Southern Com-1 merdai congress meeting Dccomber 13 to 17. according to a Washington dispatch* Woroon Make Good Fighters. London. Nov. A.-Dr. G mitch, a Serbian army doctor, said 2,000 Ser- I' blan ' women wore in the army when he left. Others are hoing organised..' They make good fighters and do. not losp j their nerve under fire. I LADIES! LOOK YOUNO, ? Use the Old-time Sage Tea and. Sulphur and Nobody will Know. Gray hair; however handsome, de notes advancing..ago. We .all know, tho advantages of a youthful appear auc?. Your hair is your charm. i-'H; makes- or mars tho iaee. . Wheo ^ it tcdes; turns gray and looks .;. dry, wispy and scraggly, JUBt a few, ap plications of Sago Tea and Sulphur.. enhances Its appearance a hundred fold. Dont etay gray! Look young! Either proparo the tonic at homo or get from v^y'drug store a?O-eent bot tle of ''Wyeth's tSago and Sulphur Compound." Thousands'of folks .rec- . omni end this roady-to^uee ; prepara tion, because it darkens the hair beautifully ; and , removes dandruff, . stops Itching; atld falling hair; bo- , tdde.i,. no cno can possiblyv toll,. as. it darkens uo naturally and ^evenly. Yon -, moisten a sponge or soft brush with . lt, drawing thia through the hair, taking ono email strand at a time. By ' morning; the gray hair disappears; af ter another application dr two, its natural color ls restored and It be- . comes thick, glossy and lustrous/ and you Xppear years younger. tj^??t??ammttm m ???rm That yoa'U find pretty, beautiful, lovely or just anything you wish to ?all them. We don't think you can describe how* really pretty and de sirable th^y are, anyway we'd like to have yan come tn and !.ook 'cm 'over. Thoa wo opened this morning Gcort^Uo Walst--E*eict Embroider ed.f......$4.50 Georgette Crepe-pin tucks.... .(8^0 GeoFgc?is Steps- invented plait? sad cute small pearl buttons......$8.50 white China Silk, heavy quality, hos plaits and hemstitching, Special at. .?Ve&SO Quito a variety of other durable Waists suitable for ?ny,and all occasion;) from ;?S$u. ian: Big Gusher Discovered, \ on Noi?k^-Mam' Street Near Railroad Cut By moT ."?'v.'il'MV^I i,S filai : .: _?'?" .... "' ' ^ ?? ; ^'-.ViT?iSt ... .?/ ' * . ; '.".V'?L*1 ' Now Spouts Gasoline Into Your ? ..... - l.t. ? ' . ' ' . . ' Now Come and Be Served. r ?.:iw\ t* v.^ - # , ? jas? OALOiEL IS??IY! IT ?S Pa?? ???S OH LIVER LIKE Better Ttoa Calomel and Doesn't m? or Make Yoa Siek, ? CaloineJ is. mercury '. or ''quicksilver which causes necrosis bf " tho bones. Calomel, when it '. cornea into contact with Sour bile crashes, into it, .breaking it up. Th ir la when you feel that awful nausea and cramping. If you .are ting-* gish and "all knocked out," ^ If your liver is torpid ead bowels .constipated or you have headache, 'dizziness,, eo&ted teague. If.breath in bad or Btomaeh soar just take a spoonful - ot baralMfeii^fr SOt^a XAver Tone on . my. guarantee. son's Liver Tone. Take a spoonful, to night and If it doesn't straighten you: right up and make you feel fine and vigorous by morning; I want'you to go. back to tho. store and got your mon ev. Dodson'a Liver Tona ut destroyinsr thc listen to mel Take no moro sick-. _ ening,. salivating.calomel when bilious or j cale? of calomel because lt ia real liver constipated. Don't,J?se * day's work 11 medicina; entirely vCgotabie, therefore it eau not sal:vate; or maka yoe bick. I guarfthtio that ??A'im???t^-?? S?t??7 eon's Liver Tone wii! pul your sluggish liver to work and clean your bowels ol that sour bile , and . constipated' ,wiu*?; ."?ft?ch io clogging -your uyntetn and mah' lng you fee! miserable ' I guarantee that-. a "bottle c>y luton's Liver Tone will kcq> yburriiotire fsniUy fobing duo for mont IIB. Give lt to "your children; H i? harmless; doesn't gripe sad they like its pleasant taste.