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it Sale Will Continue A Short Time Longer Notwithstanding the fact the we sold thousands of dollars worth of gqods the past month* we still J have a snug little bunch of merchandise left NEVER BEFORE HAS A SALE IN ANDERSON BEEN SO LIBERALLY PATRONIZED, NEVER WAS THE BUYING PUBLIC SO EAGER TO GRASP AN OPPORTUNITY TO SAVE. EVERYBODY-THE MASSES AND THE GLASSES HAVE PATRONIZED THIS GREAT SALE. A SAVING OF 50 PER CENT. ON PURCHASES THESE DAYS IS "SOME SAVING" AND TH?T IS JUST WHAT THIS SALE MEANS. THE PUBLIC KNOWS THIS AND IS STRAINING A POINT It's never too late to do good. Corrie tp this sale next week and let us show you how to save ^mone^y in bunches. To Boy What They Need Now, and Also For Future Requirements Out of This Stock Osborne & Pearson Why pay full price for 1 merchandise when you can buy it at Osborne & Pearson's Quit sale for half ? Ccaeeasei Passenger _ PIlBMOH?&?lOETHEBJf COMPANY. Effective January 17th, IMS. ANDERSON Arrivais. ^e.81.t,, ... ... Sttta. Ha, SS.10:00 a. Ka. 16.:...11:40 a. Ha, 17.1:1S p. He. lt.8:40 p. HeYil. ... ... MO p. No. 48.0:20 p. Departures. He..Itv;.*. ....7.16ai Hsvtt.-.. ..... ... ... .. 9:00 a. . "....10:80 n? Charleston & Western Ml ' Tb and From the m SOUTH, EAST, WEST Leaves: No. 22 . 'J... .6:08 A. M, No. 6 ... " 3 :37 P. M Arrives: No, 21 . . .11:15 A. M. No. 5.. . . . 3:07 P. M. Inclination, Schedules rates, etc., prdrm>tl> givens . ; . E? WILLIAMS, -G. P. A., Anderson, S. C. ?V;. HealihE , VK?IY oaa ht of course, later? efl ta lesrniag bow to live ] /ears. Tb? fact that a leap; ob ' thia subject br so pro? ? heat' on aathorMy es Dr. Charles "fiarker, .who* wan shyafcal ^vlser. Prseltoat Tsft ?arias bis sajnlnVfc thia, ta fe? ba liven ChtustMfcss #i OFF? FOB GBl COMPANY SELECTED ! J. mi? i i E. CUNKSCALES PRESI DENT AND E. H. RICH ARDS GEN. MGR. BUILDING A PLANT Grain Elevator Is Now In Course] of'Construction and Will Be Ready Soon. Organization of the Carolina Grain & Elevator company was perfected at a meeting herd yesterday morning at the quarters of the chamber of com mer ce, J. E. CUnkscales being elect ad president, R. E. Burriss. vice pres o -nt and Edward H. Richards,.secre tary-treasurer and general manager These three and Wade A. Drake and W. John McClure constitute the board of directors of the company. It- was announced after the meet ing that stockholders desiring to pay for their stock .in. grai,? should con fer with President CUhkscales or Vice President Burriss. The Carolina Grain & Elevator com pany is capitalised at 98,000 and is having erected at - present on North Fant street, where the tracks ot the Blue Ridge Ballway croes, a modern grain elevator. The plant will be ready for operation by the first Of June, it ls thought. AEROPLANES IN EXCITING DUEL I Belgian Majorj tens Dramati Story of Duel In the Air. V FURNESS. Belgium, via Paris. April 9.-A dramatic air . duel in which a German aircraft waa brought down inside the allied lihes by Ro land G. Garros, a famous French j aviator, was described today by Ma jor. Raoul Pontos, sen of the farmer j Belgian minister of war, who wit nessed the combat The, German at first rose above Garros' machine but xerci$?s Will Bc Demonstra session ea the third give his lectura en Happiness," and In subject will b*. si 100 Years." Da the Frenchman by a defier twist es caped and then flew over the German. "From thia moment the German's position became critical," said Ma jor Pontus. "Garros overtook bim rapidly. Presently judged 1 himself sufficiently near to take' the offensive. The' German also used his carbine freely. "Suddenly a long Jet ot- white smoke gushed from the German ma chine and then allttlo flame which In an instant enevelcped the whole aeroplane. Notwithstanding the : ex treme peril the pilot took to flight but his effort to escape was convert ed Into a horrifying downward plunge. The aeroplane, a mass of flames, struck the ground with a sickening thud and a column ot black smoke poured from it. "The. aviators, horribly burned, were dead when I reached them. The gasoline tank contained two bullet holes." ANOTHER MYSTERIOUS MURDER CASE IN X. Y. i NEW YORK, April 10.-The police are today confronted with one of the most mysterious murder cases in re ce lit years, after the discovery of the body of a woman under a pile of stones Ina vacant lot in the Bronx. An autopsy revealed that she was about to become a mother- and had been killed by a blow on the head with an ax. She wore a wedding ring. The police are working on the theory that ?hs was killed in a distant city and brought here. Why, Jet! Jeff Livingston, who. In ?spite of .he fact that he ia the president of the great ' Snider Preserve company and & millionaire, is aa. democratic aa his first name, was ence a poor boy and wore his rags and patches with thereat ot the "kids." Jeff oc casionally tinda time to Indulge In a little literary work and hts most re cent effusion is founded upon an in cident'In his early career. Here it is: Two ladies gay met a boy one day; his legs were brlar-scrat-me?, His clothes were blue, but a nut brown hue marked the place where his nu.its were patched. ' They bubbled M>th Joy at the blue clad boy with his spot of . nut-brown bue. < "Why didn't you patch with a color to matchr* Oiey chuckled, "Why not with blue? ' Come; dont be eoyTmy blue-brown boy, speak out!" and they laughed with.; glee; ?And he blushed rose-red, while he bashfully said: "That ain't no patch; that's me!" OF PRES ?j?AuON "I 1 of dist which should be followed by > baals eta men tn offices and otters who i ire sot performing bard masmfete .bor. lt was Dr. Barker who, by bis sys ? fem of physical exercise* and plan of I diet, reduced President Taffs waight rsoise el?hty-fl*# poonds. 7!^ exercises ilwafeh PA Jttrker ssw ?mwkmi-vim, COURT ill CONVENE ON MONDAY MORNING! JUDGE FRANK B. GARY WILL PRESIDE AND EQUITY MATTERS ARE UP ? NEW DEPARTURE Th? Temi of Court Not Provided | For Until New Circuit Wat Created. The spring term of the court of i common pleas for Anderson County ' will be convened tomorrow morning, j with Judge.Frnnk B. Gary, of Abbe ville, presiding. Only matters Inequity will be taken up at this term ot the court, an ag ? gr cement to this effect having, been I I been reached at a meeting of the Box Association held Immediately before | I the adjournment ot the court of gen eral sessions here last month. The Jury commissioners were ln I structed at that time to summon no j I tallomen tor this , session ot court, SB I those matters to be brought up by the attorneys would be considered by the] Judge alone. This ls an extra week of court, so to speak, for Anderson County, it having been prvolded for after the i creation of the new thirteenth clr cult. TYPHUS COMMUNICATED BY BREATH OF VICTIi I Serbian Woman Cites Instances to This Be lief. I i ?-_; ' * .NBW YOFJA. April 10.-Belief U becoming common (n Serbia that th? fast spreading and fatal typhus there ls communicated not only by'vermin but by simple contagion through the air breathed, according to a lette i from Mme. Marionkovltch, wife of the Serbian minister'of agriculture. She n Lecture ! however, ate not necessarily to reduce 'dean. Hat are Jost aa ?asent?s 1 to the saan or woman of a varase weight Aside from President Taft many oth er prominent mea ta national life? have foUowdd.iic Be?ke*?tas?~ mt ai?th. He stands tn tba forefront of teachers, oratora and exemplars of the gosp*l af i ii ?ni ta- aadvhepplassa. g? a?s lee SPECIJ Beg si FANT reports that the Serbian army con tinues generally untouched by the fever, but Its ravages among tho Aus trian prisoners and civilians of al! classes all over Macedonia and Ser bl? continue without abatement. Thc letter 1B to her sister. Mlle. Helot Losan Itch who ie now in New York in the interests of Serbian relief. "Tl ?? say lt ls a dirt disease," stir writes, "and yet so many of the easel are those ot persons who frequently bathe and use antiseptics, that one la forced to believe the contagion le lc the very air we breathe. After ever j precaution has been taken In hospi tals, and stricken persons Isolated the wounded as well as doctors anil nnurses continue to fall 111." "We greatly fear," she continued, "that, during the hot weather the dis ease will spread as it did during the Bulgarian war. All our hope lies in th? Rockefeller commission, which, as you know, esme out to tnestlgate conditions. The; have promised t< recommend that the Rockefeller Foundation and American Red Crosi send us a sanitary commission com posed of bacteriologists, and of doc tors and nurses skilled . in treatln; tropical diseases. Please while yon are In America send us reports which have been published in any of tin medical papers of work done in con nection with typhus or other tropica diseases. It would be of great usc t our doctors it these could be trans lated into Serbian. . "Do please tell me at once If the: have done anything in America b way of Inoculating against typhus. A present there is nothing to help it bu careful nursing. It is ?aid that ovei 60 per cent die of heart failure oe about the tenth day of the illness. Yon can get the news walls Its new In The Morning Dally Intelligencer. FT TO LE( VE 100 YE xercises Which Any One < tu red widely nader the auspices *f the < physical training department of the na- I tiona! committee et tba Y. M. O. A-, and nfs weak bas bean widely oom- i snentatr upon both tn the editorial add I news columna of our largest city news- i papera One. of thu Springfield (Mas?.) papera during bis recent week's lecture ? engagements tn that city published I iE SHOW WINDQ S BOOK Drink More Water If Kidneys Bother Eat leas meat and take Salts for Backache or Bladder trouble. Uric acid in meat excites tho kid neys, they, become overworked; get sluggish, ache, and feel like lumps of lead. The urine becomes cloudy; the bladder is irritated, and you may be obliged to seek relief two or three times durink the night When the kidneys clog you must hetp them flush off the body's urinous waste or you'll be a real sick person shortly. At first you feel a dull misery in tho kidney region, you .suffer from back ache, sick headache; dizziness, stom ach gets sour .tongue coated! and you feel rheumatic twinges when tho weatner is bad. Eat less meat, drink lol.? of water; also get from any pharmacist four ounces of Jad Salta: take a table spoonful hf* a glasu of water before breakfast for a few days and your kidneys will then act fine. This fam ous salta ls made from tho acid of grapes and lemon Juice, combined with llthia, and has been used for g?n?rations to clean clogged kidneya and stimulate them to normal activ ity, also ip. neutralise the acids in urine, so.it no longer ls a source of Irritation, thus ending bladder weak ness. Jed Salts is inexpensive, cannot in jure; makes a delightful effervescent llthla water drink which everyone should take now and then to keep the kidneys clean and aotlve. Druggists here say thoy sell lots of Jad Salta to folks who believe In overcoming kidney trouble while lt is only trou ble. ;TURE AT. ARS" _____ 2an Practice _t Home dally articles on health from Dr. Bar ker's pen. Dr. Barker will be glad to answer all questions alone the lines in which be ls specialising. It is safe to prophesy that "health day*? at the Cbao?u'/jua will leave excellent results bx evvy one of the 120 cities in which Dr. har ker la to appear. J SALE .ow 7 TORE For today we have Red Snapper, Sheephead, Beetle Fish, 'Black imb, Bass. Mullet, Pike, Shrip, Drum, Spanish Mackerel, Pompano and other, kinds. Phone us your order early. Phone 117, We dress these free o? charge. C. F. Power & Son 201 MoDuffle St. Bye and Bye IV A Leads to thc house of never, . \ Begin now, save a part of your earnings. Continuous Savings will soon count up when deposited in the Savings Department of Tte BankofAflderso? The strongest bank in the county. If OBSERVE April 19-24 GET BUSY!!