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THE ANDERSON CASH GROCERY
Requests the honor of your presence
Friday Afternoon, May Twenty-Eight
3:30 to. 6:00 o'clock
Misses Chase, Sanborn, Lipton and Tetley
of Ceylon, India; Hong Kong, China,
and Na Gasaki, Japan
Crackers:-a la National Biscuit Co.
1 am forced to do business on a cash basis. After May 1st I
will do business for cash only.
WHEN you have TIRE TROUBLE call us. WE are TIRE
We sell GOODYEAR and AJAX TIRES. HOWE RED
TUBES and ACCESSORIES.
VULCANIZING A SPECIALTY
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Templeton's Vulcanizing Works
Phone 270 108 N. McDuffie St.
The Bride and Her Maids
V BoUV the wedding sown end the
wedding veli, according to the man
date* ol the powers that be in making
styles, may be either long or short,
according to the taney ot Ute bride.
''The little? youthful malden usually en
joya very much the glory ot the long
trained weding gown, but If she
?would be original, or Independent, she
han an opportunity, now to bo correct
ly .garbed in the most youthful of abort
' For materials, chiffon, lace, voile
and tint, or satin, veiled with any ono
;o? the filmiest materials, neem to
make the strongest appeal to tho
brides 'of this particular June. Em
broidery of sliver and seed peSrla ap
pears op the most splendid of weddlug
gowus and lace, especially if it be old
and precious and has adorned the
tJendes ot the family before, comes In
^^^Hbrshlpful attentto x.
^^Hfte mattor of the veil, few cap
ISk? arr?ngomenta on tl e head appear
spared with more simple adjust
meets. Orango blossoms or Jasmine
^^^Ha make the wroath and some
vst?a fall over the face, retching Just
below the chin or to tbe> waist Une at
>nt. At the back the vail for
drasa may fall only to tho
splendid wooding gown ahown
ta the picture la tnade with the con
veatloaal long train, but is cut "V
sliaped at the neck. The bodice is
Veiled with chiffon and the tulle voil
i?Oj? from a wreath of orange bios
soma over the figure to the end of the
Tho bridesmaids' gowns are made of
? thin material having graduated
bands ol' satin around tho full, straight
skirts, the widest band forming the
border- at the bofora. The bodices ot
' ? n ?nd satin arr? made vrlth round
iJutcb. neck? ind fiouncos, lengthened
st the back of the art?, extend from
the short sleeves.
The maid of honor wears a girdle of
flowers Instead of satin and her bodice
ls draped with lace. All wear wide
brimmed hata, bordered with drooping
chiffon and trimmed with big roses at
the front All carry baskets with long
handles. Ailed with clusters of small
blossoms. The handlea are adorned
with' wide ribbon Ued In bows with
long ' ends.
Queues on the Hats.
Long, slim queues with bright beads
on the one end and saucy little hata
on the other make Fifth avenue in
New York look like the road to Man
dalay. There aro cunning little hata
sbajr?d like pagodaa which are
trimmed with applied terra cotta cher*
rles. One of these hata baa an un
derbrlm of black patent leather braid
and the black silk taseol on top atands
up straight. A black, tasseled ribbon
streamer completes tho ' hat. "The
chin-chin" hst baa a crown of shirred
silk. The black milan rim covers both
eyebrows and stops at nothing eave
the. lashes. A queuo of braided ribbon
hangs at tho. back which haa a tassel
of Jot beads at the end, reaching be
low the waist.
Don't Forget th* Apron.
>?j replenishing your wardrobe don't
forget to have at leaat one gown which
can boast ot an apron. For Instance.
On an afternoon gown .ot green soft
taffeta attach a pointed apron ot the
material, and at the proper places
have two UtUe pockets. ' Have a two
inch-w ido belt at the top Of Ute apron
-this la to serve Sa tho girdla of the
dress-and let lt run off. into rj/aco tn
lue., form of apron airings, uhteb ara
to be Ued In a pert bow.
MEET TRIALS WITH COURAGE
One'? Mental Attitude Has Much to
Do With 8ucceas or Failure on
k Life's Journey.
r Oar mental attitude makes or mars
us. How often, in tlmea of sorrow,
'trial, weakness, we /eel that we must
give entirely up to our lueses. We
know very well thar if we do suc
cumb we ?hall be weakened, ell*
hauuted, robbed of much needed vi
tality. But if. with bright, bravo
spirit we cry, "Thia crisis in my lifo
?ls given mo to strengthen me, to
raised me still further on my upward
Journey; I will not give way to lt,"
then with courageous spirit endeav
or to livo our best even in the midst
of our desolation, we shall quickly
find our hopes returning tu us.
. Conditions will assume brightness
for us. Instead of being borne down
to the deptha by our trials, we shall
lind that we have been levered up,
by tho very thing we so deplored,
on to a higher level, on which we
shall find the wealth of living we
have so longed for.
Oh, it all depends upon our men
tal attitude toward our life, especially
tho untoward happenings, whether
we aro advanced or retarded on our
Let us strive so to adjust our men
tal attitude to ail that comes to us
that we draw sweetness aud strength
continually from those very things
which se?ra to hold only ill for ue.
GERRYMANDER IS OLD WORD
Gilbert Stuart Combined the Words
"Gerry" and "Salamander" In a
Cartoon of 1811.
j ' Gilbert Stuart, who ls beBt remem
bered for his portrait of Washing
ton, waB also a cartoonist, and it was'
he who designed the famous Gerry
mander cartoon, remarks James Mel
vin Lee in the Cartoons Magazine.
In 1811 the struggle between the
Democrats and the Federals for the
control of Massachusetts was extreme
ly bitter. The Democrats had elect
ed Elbridge Gerry governor, and bad
?carried both houses of the legislature.
iTo obtain *.nia supremacy they re
capped the senatorial districts, and
'divided the power of their political
adversaries by paying no attention to
county boundaries. In Essex county
'the relation of the district to the
town was most absurd, and a map of
the county thus laid out bung in the
o?lce of the Massachusetts Sentinel.
One day as Stuart gazed at the map,
he remarked that the towns as they
had been assembled looked like some
'monstrous animal. A few touches of
'his pencil added the wings and
claws, and he christened the crea
ture a salamander. At the sug
gestion of Editor Russell the name
waa changed to Gerrymander. The
cartoon thereafter frequently appeared
in a "broadside," while the term be
came one of reproach to the legisla
ture that had distinguished Itself by
Ulla act of political turpitude.
Laws have been pasaed In various
communities for tho purpose of dis
couraging the use of egrets for mil
linery purposes on the grounds of
cruel methods resorted to in secur
ing tho plumes, but the word now
comes from India that the birds from
which they are secured are now ex
tensively domesticated, and that the
decorations are now secured in a per
fectly humane way. The birds are
bred in captivity, and are plucked of
their "ospreys," or aigrettes, without
suffering any injury, Just as in the
case of ostriches. Tho conditions of
captivity make them more productive
of aigrettes than are wild birds, as
the young aro taken away from their
parents, to be reared by hand, when
about a week old, and the parents
then breed again. Thus the nuptial
plumage, which ls all that Is commer
cially valuable, is assured four times
a year. The birds are liberally fed
with fish, and are so tame that they
allow themselves to be seized without
showing fear. The killing of egrets
for their plumage waa prohibited
there about thirty years ago.
Insure Pigs In sweden.
Though lt is commonly known that
there ls scarcely anything in the
world that cannot be insured, the lay
man would probably hesitate before
La hastened to Lloyd's to Insure his
pigs. In Sweden, however, no difficul
ties stand in hts way. Ia fart, there
are several competing companies all
anxious to insure the lives of pigs
baloo glug to the small farmer. Bat
as yet the industry baa not developed
aa much as it might, alare ont of the
seven hundred Swedish Institutions
which insure live stock there are only
forty which insure pigs. These so?
cleties are most numerous ia the
thickly populated districts, where they
Insure pigs only. The pigs insured i
must be at first in good condition, and
the agencies refuse to pay If the ani
??is die tn consequence of ill treat
ment or neglect. i
Paying by Check.
"Pay all your bills by check," say? a
big headline In many papers. "Nothln*
to lt," comments Tom Tompaon. "I
tried that last month, and before I
paid half my bills the banker phoned
to know if I couldn't 'step over Just
a moment.' You all know what that
meant. The balance of the bills will
have to hang over till next month and
a little matter of $1? ta red figures
has ta ba seen te at the bank. This
matter of 'paying by check' has ita
limitations."-Kansas City Journal.
THE HARVEST SEASON
IS NOW BEGINNING
More Grain and Bette/ Grain
Than in Past Few
'I ii. ri-.iii? harvest se.ison is just
beginning to bo uiiiler way in this
section. This means more to the
farmers and laborers than in the past
few years since the curtailment of
the cotton acrage caused more grain
to be planted. In all sections of the
county largo fields of oats and wheat
may be seen ready for the hand of
The increased acreage in grain
has caused many more reapers and
binders to be bought, and thia will
jreatly aid the farmers In the har
vesting of their grain. However, the
old cradle will still play an import
The grain crop as a whole is not so
good as it would huve been bad there
been mqre showers in April, but the
ruins of a few weks ago did much to
Increase the yield. The wheat is
much better than was expected and
with Hour at $8.00 per barrel every
bushel will add to the farmers' in
Card of Thanks.
' We desire to thank the good people
of the Plercetown section and vicinity
for their great kindness to us during
the long sickness in our home, also
those who so kindly remembered us
In the death and burial of our dear
fattier. May God's richest blessings
over rest upon each one.
LILLIE MAE GAILLARD.
Card of Thanks.
We desire to thank the good peo
ple of thc Anderson mill village, also
to the good people of Equinox mill
village for their kindness Bhown ua
in the illness and death of our dar
ling baby, Marie. May the Lord bless
each and every one of you.
Walker Smith and Wife.
Card of Thanks.
We wish to thank our friends and
relatives for the many acts of kind
ness and tokens of sympathy extend
ed to us during the recent illness and
death of our dear husband and father.
Also for the beautiful floral offerings.
Mrs. D. B. McPhail and Family.
DANGER IN DEL?
Kidney Diseases Are Too Dangerous
For Anderson People to Neg.
The great danger of kidney troubles
Is that they so often get a firm hold
before the sufferer recognizes them.
Health will be gradually undermined.
Itackacbe, headache, nervousness,
lameness, soreness, lumbago, Sirinary
troubles, dropsy, gravel and Bright'*
disease may follow Us thc kidneys get
worse. Don't neglect your kidneys.
Help the kidneys with Donn's Kidney
Pills, which are so' strongly recom
mended right here in Anderson.
Mrs. S. M. Farmer, 1204 S. Main
St., Anderson, says: "I was in bad
shape with kidney complaint. I
couldn't lie on my back and many
nights I was obliged to keep turning
from one side to the other. My kid
neys acted too freely at times, then
again, not often enough and the kid
ney secretions were unnatural. I had
bad dizzy spells, too. Two boxes of
Doan's Kidney Pills relieved me and
several more boxes fixed me up in
Price 60c at all dealers. Don't sim
ply ask for a kidney remedy-get
Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that
Mrs. Farmer had. Foster-Mllburn
Co., Props,. Buffalo, N. Y.
If Back Hurt? Use
Salts For Kidneys
Eat Leas Meat if Kidneys Feel
Like Lead or Bladder
Most folks forget that the kidneys,
liko tho bowels, get sluggish and
clogged and need a flushing occasion
ally, else we have backache and dull
misery in the kidney region, severe
headaches, rheumatic twinges, torpid
liver, acid stomach, sleeplessness and
all sorts of bladder disorders.
You simply must keep your kidneys
active and clean, and the moment you
feel an ache or pain In the kidney
region, get about four ounces of Jad
Salts from any' good drug store here,
take a tablespoonful in a glaaa of
water before breakfast for a few days
and your kidneys will then oct flo?.
This famous salta la made from Ute
acid of grapes and lemon juice, com
bined with Hthla, and is harmless to
flush clogged kidneys and stimulate
them to normal activity, lt also neu
tralises th* adda In the urine so lt
no longer irritates, thus ending blad
Jad Balta la hartness; inexpensive;
makes a delightful effervescent Hthla
water drink which everybody should
take now and then to keep their kid
neys ' clean, thus avoiding aerloua
A well-known local druggist saya
he nells lots ot Jad Balta to folks who
believe In overcoming kidney trouble
while lt ia only trouble.
Ftes; p. B. Johnsen. Rock HUI. 8. C.
Lame back ls usually duo ta rheu
f'-ststttta of the murcies of the hack.
Hard working people are most likely
to suffer from lt. Belief mav be had
br massaging the back with Chamber
lain's Liniment two or three tunes a
day. Try it. Obtainable everywhere.
IT ISN'T 1
li you want to live In the kim
Like the kind of a towu you
You needn't slip your clothes
And start on a long, long lil
You'll only (Ind what you left
For there's nothing that's r<
It's a knock at yourself whe
It isn't the town-lt's you.
? STAN DI NU OF TUE CLUBS. ?
?++*+?***+++?***?++? + + +
Won. Lost. P. C.
Macon . 23 14
Albany . 24 IB
Charleston . 23 .15
Columbus . 20 19
Savannah . 17 20
Jacksonville . 18 24
Columbia . 14 24
Augusta . 13 26
New Orleans. 2? 13
Birmingham . 24 14
Nashville . 21 19
Memphis . 21 20
Chattanooga . 18 20
Atlanta. 17 21
Little Rock . 12 26
Chicago . 23 12
Detroit . 22 13
New York . 17 13
Washington. 14 16
Boston . 13 14
St, Louis. 14 20
Cleveland. 13 14
Philadelphia _ 12 21
* Won. Lost.
Philadelphia . 18 ll
Chicago. 20 13
Brooklyn . 15 15
Boston . 14 14 '
Pittsburgh . 15 16
St. Louis . 15 18
New York . 12 16
Cincinnati . 12 17
Pittsburgh . 21 13
Chicago. 21 14
Kansas City . 19 16
Brooklyn . 16 16
Newark. 19 14
St. Louts . 15 16
Baltimore. 13 22
Buffalo . 10 24
? YESTERDAY'S RESULTS. +
At Brooklyn 5; Pittsburgh 1.
At Boston 3; Cincinnati 1.
At Philadelphia 3; Chicago 0.
At New York 5; St. Louis 1.
At Detroit 4; Washington 8.
At Cleveland 5; Philadelphia 6;
At Chicago-New York: postponed on
account of wet grounds.
At St. Louis-Boston ; postponed,
At St. Louts-Battlmor?; -postponed,
rain, / .
At Chicago-Buffalo; postponed, wet
At Kansas City 6; Newark 6.
. At Pittsburgh 2;" Brooklyn 4.
At Pittsburgh 5; Brooklyn 4.
At Atlanta 4; TMaahvlllc 5; ten In
At Memphis 3; New Orleans 2.
At Birmingham 4; Lilt!- Rock 2.
Only three scheduled.
Sonth Atlantic Leagae.
At Augusta 3; Albany 2.
At Charleston 3; Mioon 3; eleven
Innings. Called on accoupt bf dark
At Columbia 1; Columbus 2.
At Savannah 3; Jacksonville 4.
At Princetown, Princetown 2; Har
vard 4; ten innings.
Tkey Are 70 sears. Old.
"For some time past my wife and
myself were troubled with hidnei
trouble," writes T. B. Carpenter. Har
risburg, Pa. "We suffered rheumatic
pains alt through the body. The first
few doses ot Foley Kidney Pills re?
lloved us. Aft*r taking five bottles
between ns we are entirely cored. Al
though we are both In the seventies
we are as vigorous aa we were 30
years ago." Poloy Kidney Pills atop
aleep disturbing bladder weakness,
backache, rheumatism. dirtiness,
awollen Joints end sore .m?seles,
?OUR TOWN. IT'S YOU
1 of a town
in a grip
n you knock
Real towns are not made by men afraid
Lt'st somebody works and nobody shirk i,
You can raise a town from the dead.
And if while you make your personal stake,
Your neighbors can make one, too.
Your town will be what you want to see.
It isn't your town-it's you.
Here's a Tip Thet
Means Money to You
We were fortunate enoug&Jto be able to
purchase some Roof Paints GN^jdifferent
grades, and in all colors at EXCEPTION
ALLY LOW prices.
For the next thirty days we will gi
our customers the benefit of our good for
tune. We can and will save you anywhere
from 20 per cent, to 50 per cent, in the
painting of your metal roofs.
NOW IS THE time to do this work, and
WE are TUE people to do it.
G. M. GUEST PAINT GO.
"Guest Sells the Best "
are delightfully smooth, fragrant and ref rahing.
' They can't bite, parch or leave any unpleasant elga?
Camels arc blended choice Turkish and choice
Domestic tobaccos? more to your
liking than either kind of tobacco
smoked straight I ""'
Compare Camels, puff by puff,
with any cigarette in the world.
Tesl your latte, then you'll under*
stand why men everywhere prefer
them. No premiums or coupons,
because cost of tobaccos blended in
these cigarettes prohibits their use.
2^JT^*i?l CAMELS malt SO for ?Oe. if your
Alfi \a tttaimr can't ?uqpb>y-, irnnm 16c for
IL^tAMl OiutfHxckammr rtl.QQ fe a cartea of
i -~?SSgBagq^ (?. nachas*'CtOO ?Juarttm?), ?tnt
TfflB^ISHi ?I llMl m?<?f* pr ?pa itt. If af fr UMIIU
&BB?SS&k Ju? <MM Buckau? jyom ?ra mm* aUUfktiA
MSSJhihrE^SSA ?>i,h CAMELS/ Mtarn tkc otkir
i5l2S===SS2s?' ??in? txrekant and mm viii rt fund
s=gp=S^? your dollar an1 ooitage.
a I. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., W?uton-Sata*, H, C,
ELECTION SCENE IN TOKYO
During tho recent elections In lat-an.the banners put op by the various
nanCidatea In Tokyo *;?re *o numerous that ia the vicinity cf th? polling.
VMNNfe they interfered with street traffic .