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Suffered For Years
There ure many people who wiil.hc interested In the experience of &rs. Julia Byard, tort Beuton, Mont. She writes: - "I suffered for years wltli 'gul.l-stoucB. A friend v/rdte mo about Frultola and Traxo. I started taking it und am completely cured now and feel better than . IJjft^^el1 ^^?nty years." ?Ir?. Bysrd's testimony Is similar to that o? many who have given thia remedy a chance to help them. Fruitola'hi av powerful lubricant, for the Intestinal organ?, softening the hardened particles that canse so much1 suffering and expelling the congested waste In an easy, natural way. A single dose ls usually sufficient to clearly Indicate ita efficacy. Traxo Is a splendid ton?c-alteratlTe that t . ts on tho liver and kidney*, stimulates the flow of gastric Jalees to ?ld digestion, and removes h'Se from the general circulation. - Frultola and Ti axo are prepared In the Pinas laboratories at Monticello, ll!., and arrangements have been made to supply them through representative druggists. In Anderson they can be oMaln* ed at Ern^oV Pharmacy, Three Stores. Cotton Futures Act. Recently a suit was brought In fae United States llstrict court for tho Southern ?latrict of New York by members of the New York Cotton ex change to test the constitutionality of the Ur?iad Slates cotton futures act. The -plalntiffy sought to recover from tho collector. of Jn tern al revenue at Now York'u'tax imposed' by the act, which t):oy paid under proteat. Oho of the contentions wau that th? Unit ed StateB cotton futures act originat ed In the senate, in violation of Ar-* tide I, section 7, paragraph I, of the constitution of the United States .which provides'.--that all hill? for ralshig re verae shall originate In t? :<s house ot representatives. The case was argu- J od before Judge C M. Hough I? the United Statea district court In New i York City on. September 10, 1915. ? declaion waa rendored on October 13, 1915, sustaining -the contention above j stated, and holding' that tho act 1B unr constitutional. Pending the roviewj by the supremo court of tho United States of this decision, the treasury} department and i'.'i department of j agriculture confider tho act ?i? In" full force and effect, and.will continue-the 1 performance of tho duties' Imported ! upon them by its provisions. The de partaient h?tes with, gratification that the, major portion of the cotton trade haa expressed Itself In favor of tho act. ' v . . fixast Copy of'^tapper. .MS ?SHTft?ifl ?? HimdreA Salier Ovei MM ' I 0? Sped 10; $ Styles (pf young '* Sizes to fit ali Stout or ??un--?:: Short or t??? : ; ? Our $10.00 suits are as good values ;a;s oil p?r^S suits and overcoats are as goodes o v^^lSfSuits and Overcoats save you 1 KiR.-?i#^TMPi ?p to date Clothier E ?HOE SUd ST. JOHN'S METHODIST! CHURCH HAS ADVANCED IN ALL DEPARTMENTS FINANCIAL SIDE! Show? That AU Claim? Have Been | Satisfied and That There is Balance of $115. . The suounary of the work at St. i o'.; TVS 'Methodist church as made hy thc pastor. Roy. J. W. Speako Sun day, chowed that during tho year there have been 240 members taken into tho church on profession of faith and 169 by\ letters. Of this number 40 were grown mon. Mr. Speako al so stated that there were loss than a ?dozen youbg men of Methodist faml- ? lies who were not member's. The great work In the church has played an important part in tho ai ful rs of the Sunday school and it now atando as tbs banner ' so&opl In the South Carolina conferences. In ad idtion to the school at St John's there ti one at Toxaway mills which has a membership o? 150, Messrs. W. R. Osborne and John M. Hubbard being largely responsible for this. .Mr. Speake stated that since the had been away for ? good part of the sum mer conducting meetings in other churches, he felt as lt h? ought to make a report of what he had done elsewhere He stated that In t!iese meetings that 550 members had been added to the Methodist church, 2bU of this-number being in the . Andorsonr district. In the IS years that 4?..' been la'tho ministry there had been an average of 200 members to the church. Mr. J. B. Humbert announced that St. John's had paid, all of Its claims for the year and tibet there was a balauce of $115. Up until tw- . ago there waa always a deficit, which at times amounted to $500 . Figuratively Speaking. "What you need ls elbow grease,* said tho lady, after watching the tramp's languid efforts to spilt a stick of wood, sayB the Xrsp?s City Jour nal'. .": '-'..'..:.: "A purely figurative :v,rm, leddy," he responded. "If I knew where el bow grease could ho purchased I'd buy some. .But you can't purchase a pure ly metaphorical commodity/ ? . . "Oh, ? don't know. You evidently^ know wherw io h gr nose paint," j Beware of Cheap Substitutes. .In these days of .keen competition lt ls important that the public should Bee that they get Chamberlain's. Cough Remedy and net take,substitutes .sold j for the sake ot extra profit. Cham berlain's Cough Remedy has stood the test and bone approved for moro than Inrty years; For sale by all dealers. PLANT NO W PAEONIS AND IBIS Wo have a lot of German Iris in all. the Royal Gorgeous col ors, Purple, Slue, Lavender, Gold, White, etc?, 30c dozen. A fine lot cf 3 yc%r cid. Pesc?is at $1.50 down. ? 5 of New Snits mi coats a! Sals at md $22.50 S? old (ier stores offer at ther stores offer at frbm $3 to $8^ BT. JOHN'S SUNDAY L LAST QUARTERLY CONFER ENCE OF YEAR HELD SUNDAY EVENING !S ENCOURAGING And Shows ?Tfcfcj*jSchool is Stead ily Advancing-Officers Elect ed for Another Year. i TkC report r* tb? Sunday school for fae year,was, very encouraging and showed that the number of officers and teachers l? 32, while there is a mem bership of BOO with an average at tendance of 380. On one Sunday the attendance reached over tito 1,000 mark. There are six registered Wes ley Bible classes; 25 pupils of the SC?100] have joined the church and thero have heed 150 special missions. Expense for .literature during th year has amounted to $243, and tho school has raised for other purposes $996, making the total collections $1,239. Epworth orphanage $262.40. Tho Treasurer's Report. Mr.. G. B.. Walton, treasurer of St. John's church, reported that .tho as sessments ctr subscriptions collected from the membership during the year amounted td $4,237.82. The collec tions from all sources for tho year were approximately $11,000, a high water mark for this church. Mr J. B. : Humbert ia chairman of . tho fln 'ano? committee., T?e collection amounts to approximately $12.50 per capita there being about 850 members of the church. Epworth League. Mr. E. P. Valloutine, as president of the Epworth 'league, reported that tho league has-32 members, that it col lected $25 for missions' during the year; $27.50 for field secretary, and $8 for'local expenses. - Ladies Aid Society, i Mrs. W- H. Karlin, Jr., as presi dent of the ' Ladles Aid society, re ported 4)3at^ tho society collected $303 -67 during tho conference year. ; Womeai Missionary Society. . Mrs. O.' M. Heard, as president of j the : Woman's Missionary society, re ! ported the collections of the society to be $321.17. . Wesley Fhllathea Class. . During, the year the Wesley Phll athea class, of which Mrs. J. M. Ev ans ls president, collected $317.50 during the year. Wesley Bible Class: The Wesley Bible .class, known as the R. G Ltgon class, C. Ban'Allen, president, collected approximately $500. Report of Trustees. . Mr. J. B. Humbert, as chairman ot f'theT tooara" of *fr'S5tefci reported * that $1,647,flO ;?ad been collected ami up plied on the church building debt; that "$87,500 Insurance is carried on the church buildings; that the church plant valued at approximately $75, 000 and, that the Insurance premium for the year was $440. The final quarterly conference for thirj year of. St* John's Methodist church WOB Heldin the church Sun day evonlng, being presided over by the Rev. T. C. O'Dell, presiding old er of the Anderson district. The at tendance waa goodland it wa3 inter esting' to hear th nm tn y jjQOd reports which showed tho progresa of tthe fchurc'j. during thoiaBt year, ; ' The board ot 'trustees were re elected, for another year as follows: John. li. Humbert, chairman: Lee Q. Holleman, K S. Ltgon, B. B.. Bleck iey, W. B. Magruder, G.. H. Geiger, Pi E. Watkins, J. B.'Marshall, Wv C. Brown,. George E. Prince and W. Ti; Brlasey. '"'...' Seventeen new members were elect ed on the <board of stewards and four of the former one? were te-elected Tho ?hoard ls now composed of W. J. Tr?mmell, W. <M. Addison, Ernest Tiu'gan, 'A. B. Grayson, JR. E. Hol royd, H:E?. Wells, Bi E. Elmore, J. J, P. Noblet,.W. A, Power, G., JE. Marchhanks;. A., HoDa?n?ll, O. M, Heard. G!. P. Browne. T. L C?ely, W. P. ''Wright; Bl B; Bleckley, V. E. c-aujje, j ..,B. Humbert, G. B, Wal-? ton, "L. X*. . Bradley and John Gwen ; Tue hoard will beet on the first Tues day In December to organize and elect officers. ' Mr. Samuel L. Prince, who has served as assistant for two y?aro,' was elected ?.up or Int ernie-nt of ?thc, flimday. schools, and Mrs. J. Wi. Speake was elected superintendent of ?he primary departmentI- Mrs. J. P. Browne"Was elected Superintendent of the junior department and Mrs : B. E Holroyd was eiseted recording' ste ward.. ?V'-'-: Tarts Drown. j London, Nov. 22.-A J&urich mes sage forwarded from Amsterdam by the Central News, leporta the a'*king fofjmvTUrhish transport carrying fivs hundred soldiers across the Marmora sea, lt struck a mine'. Nearly all on . How. to Pfcvsat Croup. Xi may be a surjwlse to you to learti taurin many cases crohp can.b? pw* Vented. ; Mrs. H< . M Viobha, f?Ud*. Ohio/ relates her experience aa fol ,t?if?;^*fMy mt??'''iibr-:Srt;,;a<abi?r^-.'t? croup. During tho past winier I kept a bottle of Chamberlain's Cott$b Rem ?ry. in the house, and when he be gan having that croupy cough 1 would give him oneLbriwedoeeevft* it and It would bwak the atfack. I like lt better fdr ckUdren than, any tither .-?xmgh ,mtai?faj)P^w?:kiW-' <?eA' tyke ft willingly, ana ?is safo and reliable." Sold hy. all dealers. MEETING US? NIGHT ll QFOHURGKMAN'S CLUB OUTLINED PLANS TO CO-OP ERATE IN APPROACHING MISSION AT CHURCH SERVICES HERE Wfli Begin on September 29 Special Services on Decem ber 5 for Men Only. The regular meeting.ur tn* Church man club of Grace Episcopal <<>.urck was held last night at the rectory. The club had for its consideration the subject ef the Nation-wide Preaching Mission and ita scope and purpose was outlined., In aiditton to this plans ' were made for tho services* which will begin in Grace churn:-, 'on the 29th inst. There wc> considerable discussion in the interest bf the mission which is to be hold In- Grace church and committees were appointed to co* operate with the rector in making lt a BUCCess , These connu Keen will get busy right away attending to tho ad vertising' and other matter!). It was also decided to have ? spec ial sorvice on Sunday, December- 5; for the men only, at which time Rev/ Maynard Marshall, who is. to conduct the mission, will address tbe gather ing. Mr. Mummil will ahto ask one of the laymeut *o make a talk. : * Went, tu tho Hospital. C. E. Blanchard, postmaster at Blanchard, Cay., writes: "I had kid ney trouble'so bad I had to go to. 'he hospital. Foley Kidney Pills were recommended to me and they com pletely cured me. I cannot speak too highly of them." Sufferers in every Btato have had similar'benefit, from this standard remedy for kidney and bladder .ailments.' It banishes back ache, stiff joints, swollen m?seles and nil tho various symptoms of weakened diseased kidneys. Sold overytrberp/ . Distinguished Visitor. 8cntry-Who goes- there? . His Reverence-Army Chaplain. . Sentry-Pass. Charlie Chaplin. Tho Tatler. CASTORIA For Infants and Children * in Us? For Over 30 Years Signature of i ^l^M^^^^^?^^? THANKSGIVING well. You'd be '.' -'iul\ supply ' of ' Th ter than most places." ticle for the home, we Arid lots and iots < value especially is thi Ready-to - ] You can buy first c just stuff. Then you'll find E Napkins, Tapestry Ci else you need for Thi Begin your Christ First Ga?? For ChristmasClothes Wait for a Blizzard! i^^^^^ Leave your order now, and we'll have the finished clothes delivered "wh?njf?ii S?Y ine wordy;Suit or Overcoat $16.50? $18.00, $20 & Up. llffKdl III III I ll. ? ? .? I, I I ! I ? , I T. L. CELY CO., HATS, Shirts and Ties, aro the recog nized dress of the gentleman. TL.CelyCo. Order BY P. POST MIIXINEl^ AND COAT SUIT SALE . .cr?.' * .... ?mr.- ti;rll*|b> Prices Cut to Smithereens. This Sale Is For T??S WEl^ ON^^ 'i;.tJ(oo AflI$K? COMPANY .Anfler?on, H* C..'., . t ?07 Wa!? Street. erm*/*; preparations ?made here are of course, made in a .h?rryfor lots of things, with this b?a?ti lanksgivings necessities we can serve you bet Whether an article for personal use or an ar .have it, .<:-. , ^^^si^^w^i^h^^i^h^^^'^if . ?> gris'^^^^^^} Of these pretty things are marked way below is true of pur ''Sr?? .Wear j|id Millinery Departments luality, new style goods at a price you pay for beautiful Linens and Linen Piecc?s, Towels and irtains, Large and Small Rugs, and everything inks^iying ?rf any other day. mas shopping now.