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Yesterday's Good Rain Enabled Us To
Re-Ar range Our Stock
Today We'll Be Better Prepared To Serve You.
You'll lind many unusual and interesting bargains in Millinery and
Peady-to-Wear. Many new things just opened up I<T these depart
ments. Specials on Trimmed and Untrimmed Hals.
Ptetty Shirt Waists, - - - $1.00
Linen Skirts with "Suspenders" $2.00
Coat Suits 1-4 Off
The New SUMMERY DRESSES are just as pretty as you'd care
to wear-thc prices are not much.
"The Daylight Store."
WEALTH OF EARTH
Great Fortunes of America's
Wealthiest Men Made in
Are you aware ot tho tact that all
the wealth ot the earth must come
troto the earth?
Po you also knov i u the Immense
wealth of the Mack . .. tho Floods.
th?' Asters, the Vanderbllts, and the
Letters was first founded on real
A'S a few cases, among tho Immense
"?j ly wealthy families named above
?T Where gold and silver mines played a
big part in the beginning; that the
real fortunes which came ufterywardn,
were itade possible-in fact built by
fortunate Investments in real estate.
Are you aware of thc fact that the
corner of Broadway and Forty Sec
ond Street in New York..one of the
ntoat important, most used, and con
* sequantly most valuable corners of
the Metropolis, was once the Astor
The tailers of Chicago, one of tho
richest families of this country, owe
their money to the fact that they saw
what others did not sec, a long time
ago-timi the swamps which were
then where State street now is, would
In time be very valuable,
Marshall Field, often spoken of as
the groat Merchant Prince, did not
make his money from his gigantic de
partments store, hut from the pur
Ohaae and sale of Chicago real estate.
This article could run on and on
naming hundreds nf the Captains of
Finance and Industry, whose names
are synonymous with great wealtli;
and in every one of them, the first
beginning, and In many easies the ac
tual amassing of their i r?tmense
wealth had sprung from real estate.
Then, If this he true, why not emu
lathe the example pf these Captains of
High Finance. Hlg liuslness, and In
Nothing succeeds like Bucess. How
ninny times have you seen any real
estate In u live town or city deprece
ate in value? How many times have
you seen instances where a small
investment in real estate has paid per
fectly astounding div?deos? This
little analysis ls intended to demon
strato the very, ve/y. very small
chance of loss, in purchasing real
.state in a live town (meaning one
tltat is steadily growing in popula
tion) and the overwhelming odds In
favor of your investment proving very
profitable if made In North Ander
Just one more in 'anee to convince
you that North Anderson ls consider
ed hy experts In the real estate busi
ness, as an investment par excellence,
is the fact that the F><iultabl2 Lite In
surance Company has offered to, and
Is now lending money on North Ander
son real estate property, whereas they
liav(e never loaned money on suburban
development property before-any
where, or at any time.
Why hoMtate? Let us "show you."
It will cost you nothing; but on the
other bund, mav be the first step to
a large fortune; or at any rate to a
nice home among the best neighbors
"See America first''
How can we do lt
When old Columbus
Beat us to it'
"Mother, may I go out and vote?'
"Oh, yes. my darling D. A. Fi. ter."
"'TPHE most exacting test of a
woman's baking ability is Bis
cuit, if she can bake good Biscuit,
she can bake good anything,
says Miss Princine.
' Therefore, we say to every woman of the
land, use Miss Princine's Biscuit Recipe
and bake a batch of Biscuit with thc new
and never-failing leavening
There is s, lat. of comfort in no-fear-of
failure and there will be a world Of satisfac
tion in hearing everybody ask for more. '
Princine is equally sure for every baking
purpose. It ta just as good for rolls, or
pop-overs or calces. And what is more,
Princine il purt. "Pure" is the very word
used by Alfred W, ?v?cCann, the famous
food exponent of New Yor.\. And V Ex
cellent" is the word of Lewis B. Allyn of
the Westfield, Mass., Board of Health.
Try it for your next baking.
?sal fur the Princine Shelf mt Ttur Grocer's
Pttnclna to??? in t?n4l?J catt- H Ib., IS?:
1 IP., 30C. UolrrS Pt*S? lairing Coo pom tn
mortup, ll re? can't s? Ptiocln* at, ?out
fiorai't, irn? bia nam? and ?caira 2-o*.
aamplr, ot rent lit for K lb. cap. Mia?
Ptlacior't Diacalt Recipe lira upon ? rcjuett.
.' mt I Mt t???
MKS. W. A. HUD UK NS, Editor
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Wella of Wil
mington, N. c.. arrived in the city
last night und un- Ul? guests of Mr.
ami Mrs. W. I.. I'.rlssey on Cal
houn street. . .'
Miss thrace Fripp of Charleston is
visiting JUT sister Mrs. Klliot Mc
.Mrs. Cashin, and Miss Hertha Casil
la have gone to Westminister to visit
Mr. Ossie Cushin.
Miss Lila Sherard of Iva has been
visiting her sister, Mrs. J. K. Wat
son this week.
Miss Mamie Harton from Taylors.
S. c.. is Hie guest of Miss Anna
Mrs. 1-:. A. Hell and Miss May Hell
>t Walhalla have been spending sev
eral davrf with Mrs. F. H. Maxwell.
They will return horne today.
lu Honor of Miss Holland.
A pretty compliment io the month's
bride was the shower given yester
day afternoon by Mrs. Alvin Aenew
In honor of Miss Tommie Holland.
About twenty-five guests were invit
ed to Mrs. Agnew's attraetlve home
on Hose Hill, each bringing an ?r
dele for the bride-elect's kitchen
with the article were directions for
using, and these were very humorous
and bright and were "the source of
A kitchen contest was also given
the guests and the prize, a beautiful
bunch of pink roses were won by Mrs.
The shower was very original, Mrs.
Shealy dressed as a maid, brought in
the articles for the bride on a large
silver waiter, and preseuted it to
Miss Nancy Campbell gave a very
charming and appropriate recitation,
The attractive hostess served a
dainty salad course.
Move to College View.
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Dickson have
moved from their home on E. Orr
street to College View. On Thursday
afternoon a few of Mrs. Dickson's
friends and former neighbors gave
her a delightful little shower.
Each carried some little article for
her new home and they spent a very
happy afternoon with her. During
the afternoon thev opened up tho
pound packages they had brought arid
a very delightful menu was served
Miss Anne Cambrill ls entertaining
Misses Mary Smythe and Anne Bris
tow of Greenville for the week-end.
I>ast night she invited a few friends
for an informa! little affair in honor
of her guests, und a very delightful
evening waa spent by all, the occas
ion being charmingly informal and
Elegant Bin uer Party.
Miss Gertrude Burrist entertained
at an elegant course dinner yesterday
at her home In North Anderson in
honor or Dr. and Mrs. J. P. Vines.
It was a delightful pleasant day. the
guests for the occasion being Dr. and
Mrs. J. P. Vines, Rev and MrB. O.
L. Martin. Mrs. William Burris. Mrs.
Lawrence Glenn, and Mrs. Stevens.
Delightful Meeting R. E. Lee Yesterday
In spite of the rain ami mud ubout
thirty Judies attended the Robert E.
Lee meeting at Mrs. Pat Majors yes
Mrs. Major and Mrs. Frank di
llard were hostesses and most charm
ingly dtd they acquit themselves of
their duties. The dreariness and
clouds without were forgotten, in the
brightness and attractiveness within.
Sweet peas and rhododendrum were
used everywhere throughout the
house nnd filled the rooms with their
fragrance and beauty, .
This was the time for thc annual
election of officers, but this was post
poned until a later meeting.
The president, Mrs. Beatty, appoint
ed the chatrmena fur decoration.'day,
and were: Catholic Cemetery. Mrs. M.
!.. Bonham; Silver Brook Cemetery,
Mrs. George Broyles; Presbyterian,
Mrs. J. P. Sullivan, and Baptist, Mrs.
Mrs. Wilson will as usual have
charge of the tablet in the court
house, and Mrs. Beatty the Confed
Plans were made for the annual
tea to be given the old ladies bf the
Confederacy on June the 3rd, at the
home ot Mrs. J. P. Sullivan.
Tho chapter also discussed plans
for a musicale tea to be given at the
residence of Mrs. Charles Sullivan,
the last week In May.
The only program was "Current
Eve a ts" by Mrs. M. L. Bonham,
which were very fine, and a sweet solo
by Mrs. W. J. Muldrow.
During the social hour the hostesses
aer\1?d an elegant three courae menu,
that wns especially enjoyable.
Tea Party Oir?a.
The Te? Party Girls were delight
fully entertained yesterday afternoon
by litis ?Sias Sara Cray ton at her
home on Calhoun street.
Little Miss Man'.ia Lumpkin won a
beautiful vase of flowers In an inter
esting little rose contest. The charm
ing little hostess served ber guests
with a dainty menu.
> Whooping Cough.
"When my daughter bad whooping
cough she coughed so hard at one
time that abe had hemorrhage of the
lung.-. 1 waa terribly alarmed about
her ccondlUon. Seeing Chamberlain's
Cough Pomedy so highly recommend"
ad I got her a bottle and lt relieved
the cought at onew Before She had
vnlahed two bottle? of thia remedy
abe. waa entirely well." write? Mr*.
8. P. Grimes. Crooksv ?He, Ohio. Oit*
gUINOX MAN IS
B. CARGILL RECEIVED TO
TAL OF 234,420 VOTES IN
;cond Contest is Now on and
the Entrants Are Hard at
Tho winner In tho motorcycle con
Ht conducted among the mill em
oyeeH of Andersou mili? was un
lUnced last night as being Mr. B.
Cargill, ot' KM ii in ox mill.
Unite a hit ot interest was taken
this c( mest and the mon jvho
ife in the race were all very an
nus to win the machine. They put
? a good strong fight -Und Mr. Car
il's success is well deserved. The
ntest was inaugurated in March and
used un the first of May. The last
des were cast May 1st. and the
turns were sent to Richmond. Va.,
r counting They were returned
Anderson last night und Mr. Cur
II was announced as the winner.
The second contest is being started
>w. In tills race there are many
attestants, the contest being limit
1 to young men living within the
irporate limits of the. city of An
.rson. The fire department has de
ded to hack their assistant chief,
r. Furrnan Ceer. Mr. Geer has
art ed in to work for the machine
nd he ls getting a mighty good start,
r. Reed Fowler another very popu
ir young man of the city is going
i the race and his supporters are
ure of his winning. These two gen
emen will both run a good strong
The final count of the votes reveal
d the following standing of contes
tnts in the race;
t. II. ?Cargill.234.420
. C. Frederick.185,025
IT. 10. Childs.80.705
V. E. Higgs.05.075
V. P. Peace.4'.U70
<. F. Whitmlre.20.100
!. F. Shaw.12.500
I. S. Ward. 7.7C0
1. K. Higginbottom. 2,705
. Jennings. 075
ohn Rodgers. r.OO
. H. Allen. 255
lom Ellinson.... 215
I. Henderson. 1T5
I. Wells... 125
RESULTS YESTERDAY o
At Boston ll; " New York 7.
At Brooklyn-Philadelphia; postpon
d on account of wet grounds.
At Chicago 2; Cincinnati 9.
At Pittsburgh 0; St. Louis 4.
. American League.
At Cleveland-Chicago; postponed.
At St. Louis 2; Detroit ll.
At Philadelphia 4; Washington 1.
At New York 3; Boston 5..
At Newark 5; Chicago 4.
At Buffalo-St. Louis, postponed.
At Baltimore D; Pittsburgh 10.
At Brooklyn 4; Kansas City 1.
Son them League.
All postponed on account of rain.
South Atlantic League.
At Jacksonville 0; Augusta 2.
All ethers postponed on account of
Hat liesa and Take
Salts for Kidney?
alee a Glass of Salts if Yetar
Back Harts or Bladder
The American men and women
net guard constantly against Kid
>y trooble. because we eat too much
id all our food Is rich. Our blood
filled with uric acid which the
doeys strive to filter out, they
eaken from overwork, become slug
Ish; the eliminative tissues clog
id the result ls kidney trouble,
adder weakness and a general de
ine In health.
When your kidneys feel like lumps
leadffl your back hurts or the urine
cloudy, full of sediment or you
re obliged to seek relief two or
tree times during the night; if you
iffer wltfi sick headache or dixzy.
?rvous apella, acid stomach, or you
ive rheumatism when Ure weather
had, get from your pharmacist
.ont four ounces of Jd Salts; take a
blespoonful in a glass of water he
re breakfast for a few days and
mr kidneys will then act fine. This
mona salts ls made from the acid
' grapes and lemon juice, combined
Ith llthta, and has been used for
mentions to flush and stimulate
egged kidneys; to neutralise the
dds in the urine so lt no longer ls
Jad Salts la inexpensive; can hot
dare, makes . a delightful efferves
snt llthta water beverage, and ba
ngs in every home, Vcau9o nobody
m make a mistake by having - a
tod kidney-flushing any Urne.
/v ^ YA
tronV tire your taste, won t bite route
tongue, won't parch your throat I
Made of blended choice Turkish and
choice Domestic tobaccos. Camels
are preferred' over cither kind if
tobacco smoked straight.
Smooth and delightfully mild, yet
having abundance of "body/' Camels
stand the test when compared with any brand sold at
any price! N
Cost of choice tobaccos blended in Camels prohibits the
use of coupons or premiums.
CAMELS ?ell 20 for We. if your deal** can't ?apply
you, tent We for one package or S LOO- fora carton
of ten package? (200 cigarette?), Bent pottage pre
paid. If after ?making one package you are not
delighted with CAMELS, return the other nine pack? |
age? and we will ' refund your dollar and pottage.
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winston-Salem, M. C
Great Pitching Star Stil 1 Shines.
Walter Johnson, the great pitcher
of the Washington Club, . was re
claimed from the St, Louis Club of
thc Federal League, ls still tho star
he has been for seasons past If .his
showing at the beginning of the base-,
ball year is an indication, lie won in
his first two games of the season in
3uch a manner that Clark Griffith,
manager of the Senators, was pleased.
Johnson dependa almost wholly on lils
bewildering speed, and the time must
soon como when, he, will. lo3e that.
He cannot be expected to last as long
as pitchers who study batters and win
with their tricks, ?ut Washington
fans are happy thia . yfar that ho
shows indications of going through
the season as great as ever.
UGH! CALOMEL MAKES YOU SICK.?
STAY BILIOUS, CONSTIPATED
"Mn's Hw Tm" Will Situ Year
Siiffclsn lint liter %M Cal?se!
' ari CM M Silfo*.
Calomel makes you sick; you lose a
day's work. Calomel is quiekV.o pr and
it ?al ira tes; calomel injures ye. ar liver.
If you are bilious; feel lazy, sluggish
and ali knocked out, if your-bowels are
constipated and your head ashra- or
stomach ia ?orr, just take a spoonful of
harmless Dodson's "Lirer Tone instead
of using sickening, salivating calomel.
Dodson's Liver Tone is real liver medi
cine. 0 You'll know it next rooming be
eeuae you will wake up feeling fin?,
your liver will be working, your head
ache an<5 dizziness gone, your stomach
will be sweet and bowels regular. You
will Tee! Ilk? working. You'll li? cheer;
fall, fall of energy ; vigor and ambit iou.'
Your druggist or dealer adla you a
60 cent bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone
under my personal guarantee that it
will cleon yoUr sluggish liver better than
naaty calomel; it won't maka you aide'
and you can eat anything jpau want
without being salivated. Your druggist.
guarantees that each spoonful will start
your liver, ?lean your bowels andi
straighten you up by morning er von
get your money beek. Children gladly
take Dodson's Liver Ton? b?vwuse- ii. ia
pleasant tasting and doesn't gripe or
cramp or make them sick. 4
I am sidling militons of bottles of
Dodson's Liver Tone to people.who have
found that thia pleasant, vegetable, liver
medicine Ukea the place of dangerous
enlomo!. e> Buy oue bottle on my sonad,
reliante guarantee, ask your druggist