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Not ? Bite of
You Drink water
Says ? glass of hot water and
phosphate prevents Mucos
and' keepa us fit.
. Just as coal, when it burns, leaves
behind a curtain amount of incom
bustible material in the form of
nabeB, so tho food and drink taken
day after day leaves in the alimentary
canal, a certain amount of Indigestible
material, which it not completely
eliminated from the system each day
becomes food for tho millions of
bacteria which infest the bowels.
From this mass of left-over waste,
toxins and ptomain-iikc poisons are
formed and sucked imo tho blcr.i.
li Man and women who can't get feel
ing ' right must lippin to take Inside
baths. Before eating breakfast each
morning drink a giasB of real hot
water with a teaspoonful of lime
stone phosphate la lt to wash out of
tho thirty feet of bowels the previous
day's accumulation of poisons and
toxina and to keep thc entire , alimen
tary canal clean, pure and freBli.
Those who are subject to sick head
ache, colds, biliousness, constipation,
others who wako up with bad taste,
foul breath, backache, rheumatic stiff
ness, or have-a sour, gassy stomach
after meals, are urged to get a quarts
pound of limestone phosphate from
tlie drug store, and begin practicing
internal sanitation. This will cost
very little, but ts sufiiclent to mako
anyone an enthusiast on the Bubject.
Remember Inside bathing is more
important than outside bathing, be-,
cause, the'skin pofeB do not absorb |
impurities into tho . blood, causing
poor health, whilo tho bowel pores do. 1
Just as soap and hot water cleanses, |
sweetens and - freshens tho skin, so
Hot water and limestone phosphate
act on -thest omach, liver kidneys and ,
bowolB." 1 - .
; . .Would Shape It np Right.
v.Tho Observer ls minded to make
public expression of its admiration
far .the courage .of Senator Stono, of
Missouri, in his stand on Ike qu?s
t?oh of preparedness. This Missouri
statesman would not only Lave the
nation' properly equip itself against
attack, but he ' would have lt place
itself in - position to take the offen
Slye.-.-;H,e, ?wants a. navy "powerful
enough not only io defend our coasts,
but : strong enough* to go out on the
high:; seas,' for- tliere might come a
time'when offensive action would bo
mquired, A navy strong enough tor.
?Stenslve'. Is a mich ty guarantee
?g????? attack by other nations'."
Senator^ Stone IB chairman of the
foreign-relatloas committee and- has
bebn^ln^ppbition to get'a proper lino
oT 'knowledge on what the United
States wants in the way" ot naval
defense. . The navy should be com
oU?tely, equipped or not at all>-fcfcar
lotte Observer. .
.^VVhUe stocks are com
I'p?ete and you have ample
-time, drop'm here arid select
;V: your : ^m?s gifts. We Sug
gest for this week:
^mgmaSSr for - Ladi?^'V
. 4 Genis" "ami.. Heys--? '
' t? $8.co.
ICoepVo?reye enr our win
ftot? now IUI Xmas.
. : . Work,; save, sleep, exer
; c?$?;;or?ath'e deep, keej>-ybur
mind; and; blood cleah^re?/
apeet others and yourself, be
diligent in your business,
' w'hkh is the business of. life,
^;the j^huiss of good think
- lng, -the; business>.of; appv-^:
. ciatirig time's value, the/^us*
i Jness* bf ; self criticism. ; Our Z
/?t?^e . Pocket IS?virigs Banks
will' ?i?ipVyou to become
mote-self-respecting, If you
use ii systematically.
FINES ARE REMITTED
Asheville, Nov. 25.-Two ocien-1
dante who. faced the judge at yes- ,
terday morning's session of police ?
court on t/.'.arges of assault were told
by Judge J. Frazier Glenn that iZ
they would shake hands In tho pres
ence of tho court, he would consider
that fact in' Imposing the fine. The
men, who are employes of Hie South
ern railway company, imm?diat cly
complied with tho suggestion made
by the Judge..
. Tlie judge then told them that ho1
would-take the fine off altogether if
?i?y, would go and buy Testamenta.
Again the defendants were gamo and
soon returned snailing, each producing
a, testament.. Both .then signed up to
>-oad' a chapter-each day."
Spain Wont Enter.
Madrid, Nov. 25.-In addressing
parliament Premier Dato denied there
io a possibility of Spain entering Ike
war. I He. said the country waa get
ting expressions of good will from all
sides: Ho censored the Spaniards, wu o 1
circulated- reports calculated ' to re
Wt .1..* nnMnn
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF ANDERSON. -:
' Court of Conimon'Pleas...
Simeon T. Harrison, in . his
right and as act- luis tr a tor of tho es
tate of Estelle Berry Harrison, de-1
ceased, Plaintiff,. ^
' '..'-' -.- . ? vs. - -, ' -,
.Too Berry Acker, Cora-Brown,. Rob;
ort Williams and Annie Williams, Oe-]
Pursuant to an order of sale grant-1
ed by thc court.in tine above entitled
action. I will sell on >:atesday in Ec- !
cember next, 1916, In fronlr ot- ,th?i
court house, In- the1 City' of Anderson,
S. C., during the usual .hours;.of sale;
at public auction, to the highest bid- j
der, on tho terms specified.'below, -tba]
following described real estnto: ?
1. . All that certain lot of land sit
uate in the City of Anderson, county
and State, above named,' ' Containing
one-four th of-an acre, moro-or less,
bounded on, the North by ^property of
the estate o? JQO. Peoples, d;
cd, on the East by' Towera street, on
the ?South by extension of River street,
and on "tho West by lands of Audy
Simpson,' it, being the sarao lot con
veyed by, A^-P. Cater to Estelle Berry
by JdeedEddied Oct. 29, 1902, and re
corded in-H..'M. C. ofiico for.Anderson
county in Book BBBB, page 174.
?. AU.that cartain lot of land sit
uate fn the City of Anderson, tn tho
State and county aforesaid, on tho
North side cf Thomas 'street, and ex
tending along said street for, a dis
tance of 52 feet; thence in-'a northerly
direction for a distance of 101.2 feet;
thence lu eastwardly direction for a
distance of 51.8 feet; thence . in . ' a
southwardly direction tor a distance
of 103.1 feet , to Thomas etreet, and
biting: known as Lot No. 18 .according
to'a plat reade by DeCampa and Cun
ningham which Is ot record Jn tho R.
M. : C. office for Anderson county in
Book GOBO, page 208, and being'tho
same lot- that ; was convoked 'br J? M.
EvanB to. Estece Berry .byl'd?-?d dated
.Juno 28,: 19?8,, and re?br??d in Bi1; M.
C? office for Anderson county in Book
3333, page 580: ,'-.
S< AU that'certain-lot of : land sit
nate'V/.the. City of Andes oh, la ;the
State and county aforesaldi'bnd hoing
on New street, extending along said
street for a dlstaneo ;of 51? feet;
thence running in a fatherly direc
tion' for- a distance ?of . 103.1 feet;
thence in ? .w?st?r^dlro?ti?n 'fort A
distance, of 61?8; feetj Jthenee . bi ?V a
nortbly direction f?r. a?. distance ot
1014? test to a beginning ??Orner,
blinded by lands of' Bstber < .Garri
Bon-and others, and being known on
niai> as?ilk* No; 18, arid having- imjnb
metes and distances as will afr'ios
byreference .to' thc 'sao;? >hich
recorded in B. M. C. offlce for An
abaii??unty in Book . GC0*3, pag<,
and being the sam? lot' that waW
jve>?4'; to.lS&aile Berry ?afrison'
3. M. Evans by deod dated Dbe. 1,1909
end recorded tn the R. M. C.'< office:
Anderson county in Book, MMMM
Terms of sale: Cash,
to pay extra for stamps and papers.
.. ,'V<.V..-. w. .XV Nicholson;
Judge 0$ Probato as Sp?cial Referee.
November 17, 1915. Al-l?-8t
r Against President
Representative Claude Kitchin, of
North Carolin'A,* who la slated for the
leadership ci tho Democratic majority
in tho ?ouse of representatives, is
frankly against the president's pro
gram of preparedness. But so far as
present indications point, lt is not his
intention to make a fight. However,
Mr. Kitchin made this statement the
other day, showing how ho feels on
"Four-flfllje of the domocrats are
opposed (to military preparedness),
but many t?f them-I fear a large ma
jority-will fling away their convic
tions on tills question to pieuse tho
president and do hit will,"
* MILL NEWS ?!
L. H. Query has resigned as super
intendent of Savona Mfg. Co., Char
lotte, N. C.
. A. G. Ferrell ia now overseer of
weaving at Savona Mfg. Co., Char
lotte, N. C.
J .T; Kersey, of Sylacauga, Ala.,
Is now overseer of carding at the
Marlboro Mills, No. 6, McColI.
W. H\ Wilson hos resigned as mas
ter mechanic at the Chadwlck
Ho3kIns mill No. 3, Charlotte, N. C.
W. H. Kennory of Greensboro, N.
C., has accepted the position of over
seer of cloth room at the Inverness
mills, Wlnston-Salem, N. C. '
Bud Holmes has' been promoted to
master mechanic at the O.udwick
Koskins mill, No. 3, Charlotte, N.
J. M. W. Jenkins ls superintendent
of the Harborough mills which resum
ed operations at Bessemer City, Nt C.,
Gus Beam of Bessemer City, N.-C-,
has accepted a position- with the
'Cannon mills, Kannapolls, N.e. i
J.R. Lee, has resigned as overseer
of carding in an Alabama mill and
returned to Iltis former home' at .??Va*
derson. .? ??
Chao. Koch weil ', of Fhii?d?fyhUt,
has accepted a.-position bf superin
tendent of Savona Mfg. Co.,- Char
lotte, N. C.
W. H. Campbell of Raleigh, N. C.,
has 'become overseer of spinning at
tho Frankinvjlle Mfg. Co., IFrank
Hnville,. N. C.
Tims. G. Pr nett of Atlanta, Ga., has
accepted, 'nc .position of night over?
seer ' of spinning and winding at the
'Prendergast (Tenn;) Cotton mills.
George W. Tumipseed has resign
ed aa. superintendent of. the Chad
wick-JI??sklns mill '.No* 3, Charlotte,
N. C., to accept a similar position at
tho Ali?is lon (A?a.) Mtg; Co.
. W. P- Doggett, formerly superin
tendent of the Buffalo mills, has ac
cepted a similar-position at the Chad
wlck-Hoskina mill No. 3, Charlotte,
W. P. Adams f.as .rottened as sec
ond hand Mn spinning ut thu Bibb
mill/ Macon, Ga., and now has *t
position with the Willingham mills,
of the samo place.. - "
VJ.W. H.' Mathis bas resigned fija Ppr
otiion at che Fulton ?ag and cotton
mills, Atlanta, Ga., to become sec
ond hand at the Payne mill, ..lacon
,J. M. Waddleton until, recently
night Overseer of weaving at "the
Southside mTfis, Wlnatbn-Salem, N.
C.,. has .accepted - the position of. asst ?,
overseer of weaving at tho Inverness
mills, Wtaston Salem. N. C.
O. J. Whitehead, who recently re
signed as . master mechanic at the
Griffin (Ga.) Mfg. Co., now has a
tRmilar ?pobltlon at tho Gainesville
(Ga.) Cotton mills.
Fi. W. Smith has resigned as night
Overseer of apinnlng at the. Cohan net
mU is, Fm gery lile, N. C., io take a
similar position nt the Wylie mills,
Chester. . ?.' : ?'?
Jc(;n ' T. Crump has resigned "bia
position -at tho ? Pomona : mills,
Greensboro; iN.. C.', to become night
overseer ; of '.^pinning at tho Frank
ltavillo, (N;!V?'f) Mfg. Co.
A Brldjre Within ? Bridge,
Tho Aroyo Seco la a small. Califor
nia stream ?bet tho valley through
which' it flows wide and the ' tar
rounding l-dllaidea aro steep and diffi
cult to climb. The mata automobile
roadway between Pasadena and 'Lbs
Angeles bad to cross the stream but
motorists' Objected to descending into
the valley, only to be met after . cross
ing* tho wide bottom of the basin, with
"a ?harp ascent on tho other, side: Sb
a large bridge waa constructed a level
speedway over; What was formerly a'
d I fScult stretch of country. Bait .thia
left ui? 'residents bf the. valley in an
unusual predicament.- To cross .j th?
river, they were confronted1 with tho
necessity of clubbing the steep hill
back ot thoir/bornes ia order to .' get
ontothe. high' bridge, end then, aft
?geting to the ?#?r side, a cor
'ponding descent bad tb; be'm*4ev
fbr their benefit, a second bridge"w
built directly Under the first one,
even between Its high piers: - Th?
salt WSS .? "bridg> withta a bridge
and neither .of thea* very,small stru
tures.- Both are of concrete, and
nether ar? eald to nave cost lp 0
ipu^hbod bf a quarter of a mim
dollars. Th? interesting ??r?cture
illnstratedt in th? D?ce?ber Popui
GERMAN BUSINESS IN
Brings Discussion Japan's Treat
ment of German Civilians
As Well As Prisoners.
Tokio. Nov. 25.-Japan's order of
deportation agalUE? five German bus
iness men of Yokohama, which has
already been carried out. has brought,
tinto Jlscu^jlon the entire question
of the treatment of Gorman civilians
as well as Gorman prisoners in Japan. ?
The authorities make no statement
in connection "'.th (he deportation oe- <
youd t: iv? declaration Dat the men :
were dismissed from the country be- 1
cause of conduct dc: rimen tal to tho
Interests of Japan and her allies. ,
Japanese newspapers, however, open- ,
ly allege that four of the Germans,
namely those connected wita the firm :
of Otto, Kc i m era & Co., were dismiss
ed because newspapers say they un
derstood on good1 authority that a
Japanese copper mine had actually
been worked by Bate company and its
products forvarded to Germany
through the United States. i
The deported Germans include .Mar- I
tin Pore, manager of Otto, Reimers &
Co., H. F?kkes, K. Fischer and C.
Heitmann. The fifth German dis
missed was M. F Bengcn, manager
cf Bergmans & Co., at Yokohama.
The investigations of the police
covered several months and the evi
dence in each case ls said ito fill moro
Man 500 written pages. The inci
dent ls regarded' as showing that the
authorities are constantly exorcising
a strict surveillance over tho Ger-,
man civilians resident in Japan.
The Japan Gazette, published at I
Yokohama, printa a copy of an aili- |
davit which was pwora to by Martin |
Pore last July at tito American con
rail ato at Yokohama. The affidavit i
declama t..'at the copper -business [
transacted by the, fl rm of Otto, Belm-,
ens & Co., in japan direct or through |
others ?a Japan duce che outbreak of
the war has not been done and is not
done with Germany nor with Germany
as the ultimate destination. It con
tinues by baying that all tho copper
shipped by tl o firm to New York ls
sold bi Now York through Its agent,
B. P. Earle, ap. American citizen, to
various I American' refining establish
ments; The. affidavit was sworn to
br.Toro tho Coorie H. Scidmoro who
subscribed himself as con nul general
of tho United States in charge of
German interests' at Yokohama.
Several c a a c i j* pf outbreaks arnon g
the Gorman, prisoners of war Lave
led the Japanese. preBS to declare that
the authorities occurred at the Camp
at Kui nine wheoga. Japanese guard is
said to haye Imf assaulted by a Ger
mun prisoner af (cr he had .wained, the
prisoner, to be more careful about
smoking and about throwing live osh
ea on, t'^e floor. The Jljl declares
that ibo' Authorities should deal with
Germany and its people In a manner
different to that accorded to other
nations It expresses the opinion
that . a. ?harp watch should be kepi
over tho German residents in Japan
all of <wli?m, lt .thinks, .should have
been expelled from tho country long
.. Ancient Po ree in In Factory.
The famous King Tea Cheng porce
lain factory, \\' ich from the year 1396
furnished all the fine ' porcelain for
the royal palaces ct China, is to be re
opened Immediately, says tho Popula.1
Mechanics Magazine, and a.grant Of
$20,000 has already /been made by the
president of the republic for- this pur
pose. Thia factory waa partly de
stroyed during the revolution in whicli
the republic was established and the
vnr?ou.-3 samples and patterns kept
there wore divided among the leading
rovoiutUnists. -While th emaking of
porcelain bas been one of the leading
Chinese industries for generations,
this factory is said to be the only
placo in which the ancient ways of
making porcelain, with the beautiful
undent colors end designe, has been
pre car ve O. Tho factory will not only
bc 'employed' bi producing porcelain
for the market, but Will have a special
department in which porcelain ot- the
highest quality-will be. made fo.r pre
sentation to the rolers of -other coun
i-^- A-; ...
No DOobt, Bot
. An investigating .comm?tes has. of-*
flcially advised Governor Whitman of
Nerf:York, .tfcat twenty-.million, dol
lars could'be saved-the state and the
public: service improved by abolish
ing one thousand unnecessary and in
efficlc-nt offices. No .doubt, but our
guess ia that Now York will find ,lt
cagier to continuo to . extract the
twenty million dollars from tho. tax
payers of <the commonwealth than' to
get'rid'ot the. oft^o^ousand Ineffi
cient and unnecessary officials. Ic
politics the appeal of "spoiV/*, carries
moro weight than that ot patriotism.
<i|?a' ?we,- Us pity, and pity His 'tis
-' .. i..'.. ? i
../-.; Another Town Taken.
Berlin, Nov, 25.-It is officially an-1
no un ced that the Russian town of
Bcraemiend'o south' of '? -Rig* -where
severe fighting bas\. bean going : on
abms;tune- ls d efin l tcly in Germ?n
hands, Ttio ItuB3iai?? announced that
t?aey captured it November ll..
Eussta to Baltana?
, ' Copenhagen, Nov,;'vf5.V~A message
&Mmred bore from Berlin says large
consignments ot Japanese guns , aro
bc lug i Haded at ?te Bntotab Black
Sf #; port ot Odessa; . It is fo terr ed
from ibis, that Rnstsia expects tb en
te:* into the nojkaja campaign.
'.'>; Cont?api of Court. *. ;
Defendaut (in a load volce)-TJus'
tioei Justice! I demand justice!.
,, Jodge-^-Sifencel . The '.' defendant
.will piense ^ree..*Jmb.jr; that ho is bi a
court room P-itnn Siato Froth
For the low bowl,
For the regular vase,
per dozen . .. .75c
For fine display, per
Green given with ali
The Anderson Flora! Co.
583 Mumbai! Are.
Flori::! Telegraph Delivery
HEAD STUFFED FROM
CATARRH OR A COLD
Says Cream Applied fa Nostrils
Opens Air Passages Bight Up. <g>
I Instant relief-no walting. Your
'clogged nostrils open right up; the air
ipassegeB ot your bead clear and you
; can breathu freely. No more hawking,
! snuffing, blowing, headache, dryness,
j No . struggling for breath at night;
yCui cold or catarrh disappears.
'Get a small bottle ot Ely's Cream
Balm from your druggist now. Apply
a little of thia fragrant, antiseptic,
healing cream in your noBtrlls..It pen
etrates through every air passage of
the head, soothes the inflamed or
swollen mucous membrane and relief
It's just fine Don't stay stuffed
up with a cold or nasty catarrh.
More Convenient-."Joro Efficient
NEW LOT OF HATS
Large and Small Shapes
Beaver and Velvets
at any and all prices
Big Values here in Millinery, Furs,
Underwear and Ready-to-Wear
M. S. NIMMONS
South Main St.
Next Door to C. A. Reed Music House.
BANK OF BELTON
Belton, S. C.
Capital and Surplus 8180?OO?O
Collections Giren Prompt Attcutioa
Ellison A. Smyth, . W. E. Greer,
President. V. P. and Cashier.
O. fi* Campbell, Asst Cwhler.
Greatly Reduced Round Trip Fares
In Connection With Blue Ridge Railway
CHARLESTON, S. C.
SOUTHERN COMMERCIAL CONGRESS
December 13-17th, 1915.
Belton ... .7.40
Honea Path. .. 725 .
Donalds.... ... 6.95
Tickets on aale December ll, 12, 13, and 14th, with return limit
A Mond Th? fi rr nt Colouration.
See U. vS. Battleship "8outh Carolina'1 a squadron of the Atlantic
Fleet*, torpedo boats, submarines and destroyers..
Christmas holiday excursion fares to all principal points, December
17. 18, 23, 24, and 2Gth with return limit January 10th, 1916.
For complete Information apply to ticket asent? or
Vf. R. Taber,.TPA,
Greenville, 8. (V
J. R. Anderson, Supt,
Anderson, S. C.
CALOMEL IS MERCURY! IT SICKENS!
ACTS ON LIVER LIKE DYNAMITE
"Doteort Unr W Starts YOST Unr
lifer Thi Calomel and Dossil
' Listen to met Tako no more sick
ening, salivating calomel v.-li ea bil I ono er
constipated. Don't lose a day's work I
Calomel ls mercury or quicksilver
which u caus?s necrosis of tab . bones.
Calomel, when it corn?s into contact
with 30' tr bile crashes. into it, breaking
it up. -?hlij is when you feel that awful
naussa. and'cramping. It you aro slug*
elah and ."all knocked out," If your
liver is torpid and bowels constipated
i or you baye Headache, dirtiness, coated
tongue, if breath-is bad or stomach sour
just take a spoonful of harmless Dod
i son's Mver Tono on? my guarantee.
Hero's my miar ante*-Go to any drug
atoro and get a 50 cent , bottle of Dod
.on'a Liver Tone. . Tako a spoonful to
night and if it doesn't straighten- you.
right up. and make you: feel fine and
vigorous by morning I wstit you to. go
? back to the store and get your money.
Dodson's Liver Tone ls destroying i*aev,'
salo of calomel bs canso it is real tiver
medicine; entirely vegetable, therefore it
can not salivate or mokeyou sick.
I guarantee that one spoonful of Dod*
son's Liver Tobe willi put your sluggish
liyer to work ; and dean ypur. bowels of
that sour bite and constipated waste
which ls elogging?your jgrstar and mak
ing yob feel miserable. ? gvirsnteothat
a bottle of Dodson's -Liver Tone will
keep your-entlre family feeling line, for ,
months. GlVe lt to your children. It ia
harmless; doesn't gripe and they Uko Its
pleasant ttiotc' >;-^.
We are recommending our lO-l-O
and 10-2-0 and 10-2-JM) for wheat
and oats this fall when you sow it*
This will give it stalk and grains in the
head, and that it what you want in grain. If
you will sow five acres in wheat and five in
oats this fall, af ter preparing the land well
and fertilizing it well with either of these
goods, you will find it advantageous. The
lO-2-i-? Js an especially fine goods for grain.
Let us hear f rom you.
Mersp Phospbate. & Oil Co.
Anderson, South (karolina.