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Ali Be Free Fror? Her Troubles,
Ut Finds Better Way.
Columbia, Tenn.-"Many a time,"
says Mrs. Jessie Sharp, of this place.
"1 wished f would die and be relieved
Of my buffering, from womanly troubles.
I could not cet up, without pulling at
something to help me, and stayed in bed
most of tne time. 1 could not oo my
The least amount of work tired me
out. My head would swim, and I would
tremble for an hour or more. Finally. I
look Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I
am not bothered with pains any more,
and I don't have to go to bcd. In fact,
1 am sound and well of all my troubles."
Cardui goes to all the weak spots and
helps to make them strong, lt acts with
nature-not against her. It is for the
tired, nervous, irritable women, who feel
as if everything were wrong, and need
something to quiet their nerves and
strengthen the worn-out system.
If you are a woman, suffering from any
of the numerous symptoms of womanly
trouble take Cardui. lt will help you.
At all -J.uggists.
Writi ta: Chattanooia Medicina Co.. Ladies'
Advisory Dept.. Chattanooga. Tenn., for S/tcml
Inrirvrlirni on your ca** wi 6* paa* book, "Hom*
Treatment (or Women." in plain wrapper. N.C. 139
Kiss Your Coal Stove
.Thc ^as stove has the
coal stove beaten a mil
No wood to chop, no coal to car
ry, no ashes to take up, nrry
out, and sift, leaving a trail of
dirt and dust from the stove all
the way out to the ash pit.
No fire to coax and cod
dle. No excess heat. No
Gas is a guarantee of the right
kind of a fire instantly- for any
purpose whatever; and it's more
Anderson Gas Co.
By? and Bye
Leads to the house .of
Begin now, save a
part of. your earnings
i Continuous Savings j
will soon count up
when deposited tn the
Savings Department of
Bank of Anderson
Thc strongest bank]
in the coutity.
SORE, TIRED FEET
"TIZ" nukes sore, burning, tired fer*
fairly danes with delight. Away co Hm
aches and palas, tbs coras, callouses,
blisters and bunions.
AWk\ out the acida sad
?? " poisons that puff
OJT* V?s? ?P y?nr ,eet* Nf>
jm^t?f^jr you work, how
^yTgk V? long you dane?,
/^*>AF**\ \) how far you
tSfSmw walk, or how long
vSLjmt you remain oa
wSB*r your feet, "117"
. y brings restful
.SSES&fatjsmV toot comfort.
^KSf" , .TTZ** is wop
*^ der fut for tired,
aching, swollen, smarting feet. Your feet<
just tingle for joy; shoes never hart or
Cet a 25 cent boa of "TIZ" now from
say druggist .or department store. Ead
foot torture forever-wear smaller shoe?,
keep your feet fresh, svset and happy.
The "Calling" of
Once there lived a heppy family
in one of the little mill villages ot
North Carolina. The family moved
to this mill in order that the father
might take a position as an overseer
of the card room. The father was '
successful in his work as a mill
"boss," and it seemed that prosperity
and happiness were smiling upon this
But alas! sorrow and disappoint
ments came Into this home. The fath- |
er's health began to fail and he re
mained in declining health for sev
eral months. Then the father began
to realize his physical conditions and
knew that i' would be but a short j
while before bis heavenly father j
would call him to come up higher. A
few days before the father passed
away, he and Richard, bis eldest son,
on a beautiful spring Sunday after
noon were walking out alone and en
joying the cool soft breeze of Cae late
evening, and when the sun was going
down behind the bills, the father B dd
to his son: "Son papa is not golu-.;
to be with you very much longer. I i
shall soon pass away. My journey on
earth will soon be ended, and I feel
that I have done the best I could to
make our little home on earth com
fortable ard happy; and now I see
Cod's kingdom above, waiting for me.
And, son, you are now fifteen years of
age, and you have six little brothers
und stoters. Your mother is going to
need you to help provide for the other
little ones. I want you to promise mc
that you will take your father's place
in the home, and stay with your good
mother and help her."
While the father was speaking tho j
fifteen year old lad was ? landing with
his head resting on his bosom weep
ing. ..'over before had Richard suf
fered Buch disappointment. He look
ed Into tho far distance and there
seemed to be* nothing tot sadness.
Then Richard looked utf in the face
of his big hearted father and said:
"Father I am determined. God help
ing me, to stay with and help moth
er as long as she lives." Then the
About a week later the father died,
and Richard round himself making
his way through the streets to get the
The years passed on and Richard |
was true to the commlBlon given him
by his father. Yes, he cared for his
mother and stood by her when she
passed away. Thc mother's last words
0 SOUTH WILLIAM8T0X
0 O I
The Williamston mills will, give
away the usual 150.00 in cash prises j
this year for the best gardens and j
flower yards and the.general -up-keep
of the promises. Everybody has be
gun to clean up and to assist the !
company in making our village ono
of the most up-to-date mill towns in
tho State. Some extra good work in
being done on thc streets. .
Williamson is making great pre
parations for the farmers chautauqua
which is to bn held here in July. The
one held last year proved a great
Buccess a?-1 they expect to make this,
one fer better. Some of the highest
ofucers of the Southern railway and
also some of the highest officers of
j the ?State will be on hand to speak.
The chautauqua is being pht on by
the So* hern Railway company, who
?8 dota* great things for the benefit
of the farmers and no doubt will
moan great things for Williamston.
which is always open for such things.
The famous mineral springs brings
large crowds here during tho sum
All good singers ore invited to at
1 tend the all day einging which will
be hold here next Sunday.
SIX AND TWENTY
WILLIAMSTON, R. F. D.. April
24.-Many of the farmers in this part
of the county are through with the
planting of corn and cotton in? the
year 1916, provided good stand? are
secured from seed already put ia the
ground. There is still a considerable
quantity of corn to be planted and
much of the land is so hard abd dry
that it will be impossible to prepftre
i it until it rains.
I Mr. and Mrs. Luther Wallace of
Sept us were visitors to this commun
ity last Sunday.
Misses Bessie and Florence Moore
visited relativos near Walker-evlcEl
moyle last Saturday night and Sun
. The closing exercises of Melton
school last night was attended by a
very large crowd.
Prof. Meredith and Miss Venn have
certainly giren satisfaction during
the term of achoo! just closed and
the trustees have decided to employ
them for the next session. Prof.
Prof; Meredith will also be missed
In the Sunday school hero where he
has been Superintendent for nome
time. His many friends wish for him
abd hiB assistant a pleasant vacation.
Mr. P. M. Robinson and family, of
Bethany were visitors to the com
munity last Sunday.
Messrs. Edward Witc-jn and Jesse
Duckworth of Hopewell visited our
old bcchelor. Mr. J. A, Martin, Sun
Mr. J. H. Barnett and eon of New
Prospect were visitors here last
wednesday and Thursday.
We are indeed glad to see and
know that the editor of l.'.e Intelli
gencer can alwayr be found 'fighting
for better education tn South Caro
lina and Anderson county in particu
lar. A human being without an edu
cation ia like marble in a Quarry,
which shows none of Ita beauty until
the aklll ot tho polisher brings out
and discovers every ornamental
thee aler, makes the surface ?hin?
eloud. snot and. vain that runs
through it. Education, tn the sante
to Richard wore: "Son you have
done what you could; meet me in
Richard taking his fat|*#r'f> place,
provided for his younger brothers and
sisters until they were old enough to
provide for themselves. When one of
his brothers became eighteen, Rich
ard acted as his father by signing the
papers, so ho could Join the United
During the past years of Richard's
life, he realized the real Joy there IB
in helping others. It was then that
he heard the divine call to preach. He
then determined that after having
completed thc commission given him
by his father, he would take up the
mission of hlB Lord Jesus Christ.
Now, Richard came face to face
face with the fact that he was twenty
fivo years of age, and without the
necessary schooling he should have
hsd when a child.
Richard having spent his past life
in helping ohters now had no finance
by which he could defray his school
To Richards advantage the Textile
industrial Institute was founded. A
school where a mill boy or girl could
werk half thc time and go to school
the other half. So eager was Richard
to do something for the good of hu
manity that he grasped the oppor
tunity which the Textile Industrial
In this institution Richard has been
ray "class mate" for the post three
I remember on ono occasion thc su
perintendent of a mill in South Caro
lina offered) Richalrd a position as
overseer of the Spinning Room, but
Richard ls not after the big jobs or
dollars, but has a longing to preach
the gospel of Jesus Christ. Richard
only accented the position until MK
superintendent could get another
Since Richard refused the good po
rtion, I have seen him during the
past severe winter rising every morn
ing at 4 o'clock to Uro the furnace
and kindle fire in tho kitchen of the
dormitory, that he might pay tm
's Richard was true to his father's
commission. He is still true to thc
mission of his Christ; and all of his
class mates and friends in lite Textile
Industrial Institute are looking fur
ward to the d-, this samo
young mar. ohall "tilid in the Metho
dist pulpits of South Carolina.
manner, brings out to view every lat
ent virtue, which, without such help,
ance. Aristotle once said that a
I are never able to make their appear
1 statue Hes hld in a block of marble
and that the art of tho sculptor only
clears away the super&uoua matter,;
? and removes the rubbish. The figure
?ls In the stone and the sculptor only
What sculpture is to a block of
I marble education ts to the human be
ing. The -philosopher, the hero, thc
I wine, tho good, and the great, often
I lie concealed in thc ignorant, which
a good education might have brought
to light. When we tl ink of whole
nations of people who are yet vcrv
little above the savage wo can no*
but feel thankful that we wore be
la a country whoro knowlodgi> aol
wisdom flourish though there n?-t ti
around us people who arc nlmnat ip
norant and all through no fault . i
their own. We believe that God will
hold parents responsible for allowing
their children to grow up In such a
mannor. Though not what many of
ua would Uko to have, still wo are1
glad that we have been given a law
whereby compulsory education 1B
made possible In this State. We
think it should have been a compul '
sory law without any strings attach.- i
ed to lt.
Self, ?respect brings respect from
others. In order to be respected, wo
should respect ourselves. Your good
name IB your most valuable posses
sion. We should do nothing to de
grade ourselves in the eyes ot oth
Girls are prone to be sporty. They
have an Idea that men wtU admiro
them. Snjorty means to be fast. If
there ls anything which cheapens a
girl it in being loud and endeavoring
to win admiration from young men.
Have respect enough far yourself to
realize that you make or mar your
character by your attitude. A girl
who will allow herself to be free with
men does not need much sympathy.
Be modest If yon wish to be re
spected. oMdcst la a quality which
everyone should strive for. Some
have an erroneous idea that In order
to be attractive one should drese
gally and waar flashy Jewelry. A girl
modestly dressed la as much admired
aa. one wearing silks and all expen
sive Jewelry, provided the former one
bas agreeable manners.
/So, girls, if you wish to be attrac
tive, yon should cultivate the art of
being simple In other words, bo
what yon are. Young men admire the
girl who la alway?, the ..ame. .and
does not try to say sporty things.
There la nothing any more char
acteristic ot a well-bred girl than Co
be content with ber surroundings and
not grumble, provided Shs can not
render things more attractive.
M. J. C.
Taking cara af fha Children.
No parents would consciously be
careless of the children. Joe A. Ros
marin, Clarkson. Nebr, uses Foley's
Honey and Tar fur als two children
for croup, coughs and colds. He
says. "Wo are never without Foley's
Honey and Tar In the house." A dis
tressing cough, sleepless nichts, and
raw, inflamed throat lead co a run
down condition in which the child ls
not able to resist contagious or infec
tious diseases. Foley** Hooey and
Tar ls truly healing and prom a* ta
action. Evans Pharmacy.
Gran and Seeds.
Ear corn, per bushel ,...90c to $1.00
Mixed pcaa.fl r<0 to fl.60
Cane seed, per bushel.$1.25
Soy beans, per bushel.'...$2.50
California black eye peas, per
bushel.12.76 to f3.00
Dwarf Essex Rape, per pound. ..Ive
Cleveland, per bushel.. ..75c to $1.0?
Cooks, per bushel .. ..fl.00 to fl.25
Toole, per bushel.75c to fl.00
Mitchells Prolific, per bushol., fl.50
Texas Riordan, per bu. fl.00 to fl.25
Culpcpper, per bushel.fl.00
Hens, each.35c to 50c
Friers, each.30c to 46c
Fresh Heats. *
Porkers dressed, per lb. 12c to 12 l-2c
HORS dressed, per lb.Ile
Muttou dressed, per lb. 10a to ll l-2c
Beef cattle, per lb.4 to 4 12c
Veal calf, per lb.4 to 5 l-2c
Hogs, per lb.8 to 9c
.Sheep, per lb.4 1-2 to 5 l-2c
Country hams, por lb. 15c to 17 l-2c
Eggs, per doz.17 1-2?
Rutter, per lb.20 to 25c
Sweet potatoes, per bu. . .fl.no to f 1.10
Turnips, per bu.... .60c to 85c
Turnip Groens, per bu... 60c to 75c
Spring onions, per bunch 3c to 3 l-2c
New York Market.
Open. High Lwo. Close.
May.10.20 10.26 10.18 10.18
July.10.60 10.55 10.42 10.45
October .. ..10.79 10.86 10.77 10.79
December . .10.95 11.06 10.93 10.95
January .. .10.96 11.04 10.95 10.95
May-J une .6.68 6.68
Spots, 5.76; sales, 10,000.
NEW YORK, Apfil 26.-The cotton
market waa comparatively quiet this
morning; prices worked lower under
scattered realising and soon after op
ening prices sold about 4 to 9 points
lower. Toward the middle of the
morning, however, the market turned
the firmer on covering by early Bell
era, and Wall Street buying. Prices
ruled 2 to 6 pointa net higher short
ly after midday.
There will he a meeting iii Ruff
Lodge No. r.40 tonight at 8 o'clock
for the purpose of conferring the
Master Mason's' degree. All visiting
I brothers invited.
W. P. WRIGHT,
O. O. CASON,
Salts If Kidneys
Or Bladder Bother
Harmless to Flush Kidney* and
Kidney and Bladder weakness re
sult from uric acid, says a noted
authority. The Kidneys -filter this
acid from the blood and pass it on
to the bladder, where it often remains
to irritate and inflame, causing a
burning, scalding sensation, pr Bet
ting up an irritation at the neck of
the bladder, obliging you to seek re
lief two or three time during the
night The sufferer is in constant
dread, the water passes, sometime?
with a scalding sensation and ia very
profuse; again, there IB difficulty in
Bladder weakness, most folks call
lt, because they can't control urina
tion. While it ia extremely annoying
and sometimes very painful, this ts
really one of the moat simple ail
ments to overcome Get about four
ouncea of Jad Salta from your phar
macist and take a tablespoonful In a
i glosa ot water before breakfast, con
tinue Ihls for two or three days. Thia
will neutralise the adds In the urine
BO it no longer la a source of irrita
tion to the bladder and urina > or
gane which then set normally again.
Jsd Salts IS inexpensive, harmless,
and ls made from the acid of grapes
and lemon juice, combined with lltbt-i,
and ia used fay thousands of folks
: who are subject to urinary disorders
caused by urie acid Irritation. Jad
\ salts is splendid for kidneys and
causes no bad affecta whatever.
Here you have a pleasant, efferves
cent ttthla-water drink, which quick
ly relieves bladder trouble.
Beat thing for constipation, sour
stomach, lexy liver and sluggish
bowels. Stops s slok headache almost
st once. Gives a most thorough and
satisfactory flushing-no pain, no
nausea Keeps your system cleansed,
sweet and wholesome. R. B. Ras
mussen, Bscanaba, Mich., writes:
"Cifr?las ts a fins laxative, pleasant
to take, and does tba work In a very
thorough manner.* 'Children toro lt.
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Heek Her Advice on Business, Mar
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Tho test of one's popularity ls tho
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it is because her active and unusual
psychic power and marvelous insight
into human life and destiny have
proven of permanent .and practical
assistance to those who have con
sulted her that Zorada limar, the
great, psychologist, who ls perma
nently located at 408 N. McDuftlo St..
is kept busy long after ottlco hours,
which are from 10 a. m. until 8 p.
There is nothing of the Gipsy about
her readings; tho truths that are told
you arc BO Blaming and they como in
such quick rotation that one is mysti
fied. She is a woman of excellent edu
cation, a fluent and interesting talker
and ono whose knowlodgo ot her par
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press and public to bo of tho highest
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NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
The undersigned administrator ot
the estate of Jno. T. Ligon, deceased,
hereby gives notice that she will on
May ll. 1916. apply to the Judge of
probate for Anderson County for a
Anal settlement of said estate and a
discharge from his office of adminis
MARION T. LIGON,
Caldonta Overton Devlin, Plaintiff,
Mrs. Bertha P. Scott. Hewlett Over
ton and Daisy Belle Overton, Dofend
Pursuant to an order of sale grant
ed herein I will sell on Salesday In
May next 1915, in front of the Court
House, in Ute City of Anderson, B. C..
during ususl hours of sale, the real
estate described aa follows, to wit:
All that lot of land tn the City of
Anderson, County and State aforesaid,
containing three tenths (3-10) of an
acre, more or less, bounded by Jeffer
son avenue, by lot number of Ave, by
lands of Colored Building and Loan
Association and landa of Spann and
known as lot number four on plat
made by G. M. Mc David. May 21, 1895,
which was recorded in the office of the
olerk of court for Anderson County,
In Book L. L. L. page 241. Reference
to the said plat will show that courses
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay
extra for papers.
W. P. NICHOLSON,
Probate Judge ?I Special Referee.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
All persons have claims against the
estate of W. A. Cartee deceased, are
hereby notified to present them f rep?
orly proven ot the undersigned within
tho time prescribed by law, and those
Indebted to make settlement.
MRS 8ARAH A. CARTEE.
Told J dat There ives Na Car?'for
"After suffering for ove* twenty
years with indigestion and having
some of the beat doctors here tell me
there waa no cure tor me. I think it
only right to tell yon for the sake ot
other sneer?rs aa well as your own
satisfaction that a 25 cent bottle of
Chamberlain's Tableta not only re
lieved ms but cured ma .within two
month* although I ant a man of 65
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At Brooklyn 0; New York 3.
At 8t. Louis 3; Pittsburgh 0.
At Cincinnati 13; Chicago 12.
At Detroit 1; St. Louis 3.
At Chicago 12; Cleveland 1.
At New York 9; Washington 2.
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At Augusta 3; Charleston 0.
Augusta 1; Charleston 2. Second
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At Savannah 6; Columbia 8.
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the following: Shad, Red Fin,
Crokers, Butter Fish, Black Fish,
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ish Mackerel, Red Snapper, pom
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