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GREENVILLE DAILY PIEDMONT, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1915. NINE.

[2 panel cartoon, spans all columns]
SCOOP THE CUB REPORTER
Be Careful of These Naw Recipes
By "H[OP]"

[panel 1]
[image of scoop walking into home]
SAY WIFE - I SURE
GOT TH' RECIPE
FOR TH' PUNCH FOR
OUR NEW YEAR'S
RECEPTION
TOMORROW!

[panels 2-5]
[image of scoop mixing recipe]
A FRIEND OF MINE
GAVE ME THIS RECIPE-
HE CALLS IT THE
"GLOVE WITH A SLIPPER.
IN IT-OR TH' WILLARD
CARESS"-

image of scoop holding cooking implements]
-BECAUSE IT'S A
PUNCH WITH A
KICK IN IT-

[image of scoop topped by questions marks]
DOES IT?

[image of scoop kicking measuring cup]
IT DOES!

[image of scoop making phone call]
CENTRAL-TURN IN A
RIOT CALL - IT AIN'T
HERE YET - BUT I
SURE FEEL IT COMIN'

[headline, spans cols. 1-3]
CLASSIFIED COLUMNS

[column 1]

If You Can't Bring
or Send Your
"Want Ad."
PHONE 230

25 words or less
One Insertion 25c.
Three Insertions 50c
Six insertions $1.00.
(Consecutie insertions.)

All advertisements over 25
words add one cent for each ad-
ditional word. No advertise-
ments taken for less than 25c.
Cash must accompany order if
you have no account with The
Piedmont, or if your name does
not appear in the telephone di-
rectory.

TELEPHONE WANT ADS
are charged at the same rate as
cash ads and bill will be mailed
after the last insertaion; this is
an accommodation service and
payment should always be made
promptly when the bill is pre-
sented. Always ask that your
telephone ad be repeated back
to you to make sure that it has
been correctly taken. The Pied-
mont cannot assume responsi-
bility for any errors of any kind
occurring in telephone adver-
tisements.

Discontinuance of (tf) will
forbid advertisements must be
made in writing.
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WANTED
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WANTED—Young men and wo-
men to know that Cecil's Business
College opens on the ground floor of
the Galliyan Building, January 3.
Call in person and see what this
school offers. 12-31 3t
_________________________________
WANTED—I want to secure a 3,
4, or 5-room cottage where rent is
reasonable, and not too far from
schools and churches. In reply please
specify street number of house
offered, and bet rate by month or
year. Address "Cottage Wanted,"
care The Daily Piedmont. 12-29-3t x
WANTED—Young men and wo-
men to know that Cecil's Business
College opens on the ground floor of
the Galliyan Building, January 3.
Call in person and see what this
school offers. 12-31 3[tx?]
_________________________________
WANTED—Eye-strain is not a dis-
ease. It is caused by defects in the
eye-structure or ey-muscles, and is
relieved by applying suitable glasses
--never by drugs or drops. Dr. Bar-
bara, eyesight specialist esamines
eyes by scientific methods, and fits
glasses that please the patients. Over
Fourth National Bank. 12-20 tf
_________________________________
WANTED—To buy some good cot-
ton rags. No strings wanted. Apply
Daily Piedmont office.
_________________________________
WANTED—To print for more par-
ticular people. Lewis Printing Com-
pany. Opposite City Hall. Phone 165.
11-82-tf
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SITUATION WANTED—MALE
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TO HELP those who are out of a
position or desire a better one. The
Daily Piedmont will print Want ads of
not more than 25 words under this
heading free. No advertisements
taken over phone to be inserted FREE
under this headline.
_________________________________
WANTED—By orphan boy of 17 a
job as office boy or clerk. Am depen-
dent on my own efforts and need
work. Address W. X. Z., care
Daily Piedmont. 12-30 st
_________________________________
WANTED—Position, boy 15 years
with wheel and willing to do any kind
of work. Must have employment at
once. Address B. C., care Piedmont,
12-30-ft
_________________________________
WANTED—By young man with
three years experience, position at
milk dairy. Now employed at [illegible]
can give good references. Would like
to remain in Greenville. Herbert
Wilson, Pendleton, S. C. 12-29 st
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HELP WANTED MALE.
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W A N TE D—Boys 15
years old and above to carry
[receipts?] in the afternoon—
must be wide-awake hustlers
and write a neat hand. Va-
cancies occur from time to
time and in order to secure a
route call today and [illegible]
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[column 2]
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HELP WANTED FEMALE.
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TO HELP whose who are out of a
position or desire a better one. The
Daily Piedmont will print Want ads
of not more than 25 words under this
headline free. No advertisement
taken over phones to be inserted FREE
under this headline.
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FOR SALE.
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AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE—One
5-passenger Franklin for $100.00;
one 5-passenger Overland for $150.00.
Both in good running condition. Can
be seen at the Imperial Garage.
12-31-3t.
_________________________________
FOR SALE—Maxwell runabout.
First class condition. [torn] tire, new
magneto and Prest-[torn]. $125.00
cash for quick sale. Apply Paris
Mountain Water Co. 12-31-3t
_________________________________
FOR SALE—For immediate sale
5 passenger touring car. Totally equip-
ped, good condition, worth $500.
[$350] cash takes the [torn]. Address 52
care of the Daily Piedmont. 12-31-3t
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FOR SALE—One [mule?], good con-
dition, weight 900 pounds, also buggy
and harness. All for the sum of
$125.00 cash; big [torn]. Butler
Marble & Granite Works, Greenville,
S. C., opposite Laurens Depot.
12-29 3t
_________________________________
FOR QUICK SALE—One Ford
touring car, in good shape, latest
type, winshield, [torn] overhauled
by Ford shop in Charlotte—price
$250.00. Best bargain [ever?] offered.
Phone 183, P. O. Box [torn], Greenville,
S. C. 12-20 3t
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LEASE FOR SALE—[Due?] to the
increase in our business we are
forced to seek larger quarters and
have a lease on our present quarters,
916 S. Main street for [torn] years
which we will dispose [torn]
to responsible party [torn]. Pos-
sessions given Jan. 1st [torn]. W. M.
Thompson, The Ford [torn Green-
ville, S. C. After Jan. [torn ] 916, I
will be located in the [torn] Jordan
Building, 322 N. Main, [torn] 12-19-tf
_________________________________
FOR SALE—The best [torn] thickest
in printing. Lewis Printing Company
--at the Sign of [torn] Printing.
Phone 165. Opposite [torn] [jail?].
11-22 tf
_________________________________
FOR SALE—No cash [torn]
seven room two story [house?] on Wil-
ton St. All conveniences [torn]. Pay
for it with rent money. Telephone
67. 10-22 [tf?]
_________________________________
FOR SALE—I have [torn] stripped
down E. M. F. roadster in [torn] con-
dition which I offer for immediate
sale. Make me an offer at once as
first bona fide offer gets [torn]. Ad-
dress "Roadster," care of The Daily
Piedmont. [torn]9-tf]
_________________________________
FOR SALE—Ford Runabout. In
good condition. Master [torn], elec-
tric lights, shock absorbers, new
axles, new gears, in good running con-
dition or will exchange for Ford tour-
ing car. Owner wants larger car rea-
son for selling. [blurry] for $225
cash. Address "Ford" care Daily
Piedmont. 11-11-tf
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FOR RENT.
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FOR RENT—A 2 or 3 horse farm
lying west of Greenville 4 miles. Ap-
ply to J. C. Henderson at Farmers
[Old?] Mill. Phone 572. 12-29-3t x
_________________________________
FOR RENT—Upstair apartment,
3 rooms, hall and kitchenette. Elec-
tric lights, bath and gas for cook-
ing. Mrs. J. H. Watson, 1205 Bun-
combe street. 12 [?] tf
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MISCELLANEOUS.
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BOYS AND GIRLS earn a watch,
bracelet or necklace by selling only
10 packages chewing gum. We trust
you. Order today. Leonhardt, Lowell,
N. C. [blurry]
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LOST.
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LOST—Very large, white setter,
lemon spots, crooked taile, Finder please
return to C. J. Lyon, Postoffice Bldg.
12-28-3t
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WATCH, OPTICAL AND JEWELRY
REPAIR.
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I AM located in the Perkins Bldg-
ing, room 5 and respectfully solicit
your watch, optical and general jew-
elry repair work. [blurry]
[illegible]

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[column 3]

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LEGAL NOTICE.
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MASTER'S SALE.

The State of South Carolina,
Greenville County.
Court of Common Pleas.

Pursuant to a Decree in the Court in
the case of Susan M. Bull, plaintiff,
against W. T. Hill, defendant, I will
sell at public auction to the highest
bidder, in or in front of the Court
House at Greenville, S. C., during the
legal hours of sale, on sales day in
January, the same being the 3d day of
January, 1916, the following described
real estate:

"All that piece, parcel or lot of land,
[situate] in the State and County afore-
said, near Brandon Mills, fronting Fif-
ty feet on the right of way of Green-
ville Traction Co., and known and des-
ignated as Lot No. [18?] of Block A on
plat of the lands of Melville Land
Co., see plat book A, page 97, and
bounded by Lots 12 and 14 of Block A,
the said lot of land having a store
house and a dwelling house connected
[blurry] thereon."

Terms of sale: Cash purchase to
pay for papers and stamps.

E. INMAN,
Master Greenville County.
Dec. 17-24-31.
___________________________________
[advertisement & timetable for Southern Railway]

SOUTHERN RAILWAY
PREMIER CARRIER OF T[HE SOUTH]

[southern railway logo]

Condensed Passenger Schedule
Arrival and departures of trains,
effective September 15, 1915.

Schedule figures published only as
information. Not guaranteed.

From Greenville, S. C.


No. Arrive From
29 N. Y.-Birmingham Spc 7.55 AM
16 Seneca 9.10 AM
36 New Orleans-Atlanta [8.00?] AM
39 Charlotte [11.10?] AM
57 N. Y. & N. O. Ltd. (Ves-
tibule) 1.10 PM
12 Atlanta (local) 2.00 PM
[21?] Charlotte 3.00 PM
16 Charleston & Columbia 10.00 PM
15 Charlotte 9.15 PM
18 N. Y. & N. O. Ltd. (Ves-
tibule) 5.20 PM
[??] Atlanta 6.40 PM
[??] Birmingham & Atlanta 7.50 PM
[17?] Columbia 8.35 PM
15 N. Y. & Washington 2.00 AM

No. Depart For
[29?] Birmingham Special 8.00 AM
[??] Washington & N. Y. 8.20 AM
[??] Columbia 9.20 AM
19 [illegible] 11.45 AM
27 N. Y. & N. O. Ltd. (Ves-
tibule) 1.15 PM
12 Charlotte 2.05 PM
[18?] Columbia & Charleston 8.40 AM
[??] Atlanta 3.00 PM
[28?] N. Y. & N. O. Ltd. (Ves-
tibule) 5.25 PM
[??] [illegible] 6.45 PM
16 Columbia & Charleston 5.35 PM
[??] Seneca 9.35 PM
[?5} Atlanta & New Orleans 2.05 AM
For complete information apply to
ticket agents at address:
T. B. STEELE, C. P. A. T. A.
W. H. [illegible] T. P. A.
Greenville, S. C.
___________________________________
GREENVILLE & WESTERN RY
COMPANY.
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Time Table No. [8?]
Effective October 24, 1915.


STATIONS. No. 6 A. M. Sun. Only No. 4 P. M. Daily Only No. 2 A. M. Daily Only
Lv. Greenville 10.00 3.00 7.30
Lv. Monaghan 10.08 [??] 8.45
Lv. White Oak 10.13 5.12 7.45
Lv. Montague 10.20 [??] 7.57
Lv. Altamont 10.30 [5.30] 7.30
Lv. [Hellams?] [??] [??] [??]
Lv. Bates [??] [??] [??]
Lv. Marietta [??] [??] [??]
Lv. Cleveland [??] [??] [??]
Lv. Riverview [??] [??] [??]
At Riverfalls [??] [??] [??]
[remainder of column too dark to transcribe]

[column 4]

[advertisement for Alester G. Furman, spans cols. 4-5]

FOR RENT ---

Store in Vickers-Cauble Building, formerly
occupied by Thompson Hardware Company.
Reasonable rent.

ALESTER G. FURMAN,
Phone 593. Masonic Temple

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RED CROSS SEAL.

Atlanta, Ga., Dec. 31.—The sale of
Red Cross anti-tuberculosis seals in
Georgia, which continues up to New
Year's day, has reached such splen-
did proportions that there is a pos-
sibility that several Georgia cities
and towns will have a chance to win
some of the pennants given to the
leading towns of the United States
by the national association.

Secretary James P. Faulkner of the
W. G. [blurry] Foundation, Atlanta,
which has charge of the state-wide
work, says that many towns and
cities in Georgia have far surpassed
their sales of previous years. Among
the cities which have forged ahead
are Decatur in DeCalb county, At-
lanta, Augusta, Savannah, Rome, Ma-
con and Brunswick.

Little Decatur will probably again
head the sate in sale of souls per
capita, with something like an aver-
age of five seals per person for the
total population of the town.
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Couldn't Allow It.

Enthusiastic Lady—"Oh, sir, may
we tarry here awhile and drink deep
of these rural delights?" Practical
Native—"Can't drink nothin' deep
here, lady. This here's a dry town,"
—Baltimore American
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Of Her Own Accord.

"My wife left today for the West
Indies."
"Yes? Jamaica?"
"No, indeed; but I didn't stand in
the way."—Harvard Lampoon.
___________________________________
[timetable for Piedmont & Northern RR.]

[Piedmont & Northern logo]
PIEDMONT AND NORTHERN LINES
THE GREAT ELECTRIC SYSTEM OF THE SOUTH

PIEDMONT & NORTHERN RAIL-
WAY COMPANY.

Effective October 31st, 1915.


Arrivals From Spartanburg Departures For Spartanburg
Greenville, S. C.
No. 3. 7.55 am No. 2. 7.00 am
No. 5. 10.00 am No. 4. 8.10 am
No. 7. 11.55 am No. 6. 10.29 am
No. 9. 1.55 pm No. 8. 12.10 pm
No. 11. 3.10 pm No. 10. 1.45 pm
No. 15. 415 pm No. 12. 4.15 pm
No. 17. 6.45 pm No. 14. 6.30pm
No. 19. 9.15 pm No. 16. 10.50 pm

Arrivals From Greenwood and Anderson Departures For Greenwood and Anderson
No. 4. 8.05 am No. 1. 6.00 am
No. 6. 10.10 am No. 3. 7.55 am
No. 8. 12.10 pm No. 5. 10.00 am
No. 10. 1.45 pm No. 7. 11.35 am
No. 12. 4.10 pm No. 9. 2.00 pm
No. 14. 6.35 pm No. 15. 4.20 pm
No. 16. 10.30 pm No. 17. 6.30 pm
C. [?] ALLEN,
Traffic Manager.

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[column 5, directly under cartoon]

[advertisement for Thackcston & Son]

FOR RENT.

Three first class store rooms
in Emaxcee building, on West
McBee ave., also excellent
office rooms in same building.
Heat and janitor service fur-
nished. Two store rooms on E.
Coffee St.

Thackston & Son,
21[1] W. Washington. Phone 199

___________________________________
[timetable for Charleston & Western Carolina Railway]

CHARLESTON & WESTERN CAR-
OLINA RAILWAY CO.

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No. Arrive From
51 Laurent 10:20 a.m.
63 Charleston 4:10 a.m.
No. Depart to
53 Charleston 12:20 p.m.
No. 51 makes connection with No.
[6?] from Greenwood.
No. 53 makes connection with No. 1
from Augusta.
No. 54 makes connection with No. 2
for Augusta.
No. 53 makes connection with No.
[4?] for Augusta and No. [1?] for Spartan-
burg.
Nos. 5[?] and [5[6?] do not make connec-
tion for Columbia on Sunday.
___________________________________
Piedmont want ads are silent
workers.

Daily Piedmont Advertisements
Sell the Goods.
___________________________________
[advertisement for Oliver Typewriter, spans cols. 6-7, bottom]

A New Model Typewriter!
The OLIVER No. 9
The Standard [blurry]
BUY IT NOW!
[image of Oliver typewriter

Yes, the crowning typewriter triumph is here!

It is just out—and comes years before experts expected it. For makers
have striven a life-time to attain this ideal machine. And Oliver has won
again, as we scored when we gave the world its first visible writing.

There is truly no other typewriter on earth like this new Oliver "9."
Think of a touch so light that the tread of a kitten will run the keys!

[left column of advertisement]

CAUTION!
The new day advances that come
alone on this machine are all con-
trolled by Oliver. Even our used pre-
vious models—famous in their day—
never had the Optional Duplex Shift.

It puts the whole control of 54 let-
ters and characters in the little fin-
gers of the right and left hands. And
it lets you write them all with only
2[4?] keys, the least to operate of any
standard typewriter mods.

The writers of [blurry] machine
and immediately saw the Oliver No.
"9" with [blurry]
[blurry]
[blurry]

[right column of advertisement]

WARNING!

This brilliant new Oliver comes at
the old-time price. It costs no more
than [blurry] makes—now out-of-date
when compared with this discovery.

For while the Oliver's splendid new
features are costly—we have equal-
ized the added expense to us by sim-
plifying construction.

Resolve right now to see this great
achievement before you spend a dol-
lar for any typewriter. If you are
using some other make you will want
to see how much more this one [does?].

If you are using an Oliver, it natu-
rally follows that you want the finest
model.

17 CENTS A DAY! [too dark] Oliver "9" is the greatest value ever given
[remainder of advertisement to dark to transcribe]

[return to column 7, top section, under cartoon]

[advertisement for Neeard Lumber Company]

GET THIS---
When you make your new year's resolutions say--I [Am]
Going To Buy Where I Get The Most of the Best For [Less]
Money--or I am going to buy at the
NEEARD LUMBER COMPANY
which means the same thing.
We invite you to look our stock over.

PHONE 88 Pentleton S[treet]
___________________________________
[advertisement for William Goldsmith Co.]

A Merry, Happy Xmas To Everyone

There are many reasons why we—meaning [cut off]
one—should be merry and happy this the Chris[tmas]
season of a bountiful year.

With our very best wishes for a Merry Xmas [and a]
Happy and Prosperous New Year—we are, since[rely]

WILLIAM GOLDSMITH,
Insurance
THE WM. GOLDSMITH CO.
Real Estate.

HARRY R. WILKINS. J. S. EL[cut off]
___________________________________
[advertisement for W. A. Wallace Insurance]

INSURANCE

We write insurance in all its branches—we have the facilit[ties to]
handle your business and we will give it prompt and proper att[ention.]

WE WRITE
Fire, Tornado, Windstorm, Hail, Plate-Glass, Burglary, Sprinkle[cut off]
age, time-and-occupancy, Rents, Automobile, Fire, Automobile Liabilit[y, Gen-]
eral Liablity, Accident and Health, Life and Live Stock.

WE REPRESENT

The Franklin Fire Ins. Co., Pacific People's National, Agri[culture]
Underwriters of Greensboro, Standard Live Stock, Ocean Accident [cut off]
Guarantee Corp. Ltd., St. Paul Wire and Marine and Life Ins. Co. [of Vir-]
ginia.

W. A. WALLACE,
PHONE 834. WALLACE [BUILDING]

___________________________________
READ DAILY PIEDMONT WANT ADS.

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