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Fine WILLOW CALF
Oxfords like cut, with
oithopedic heels at
$2.50 tie Pair
Also same as cut except
they are ventilated, at
$2.50 the Pair
The One Price Shoe
Store. We Sell For
"Hello, is that Pre
"No, Ma'm! this is
"Wrong number, I
where they are sell
Home Ground Corn Meal at
30c a Peck
IT MAKES SURE 'NUF CORN BREAD"
Pr ev o st's Store
"The Little Store With the Big Business."
are most cordially invited to attend the
Formal Opening of our beautiful
White Onyx Fountain TODAY,
lt is said to be the finest and
handsomest Fountain within
the state. We are amply
prepared to cater to
your every whim in
Cold Drinks, Ice
WE WILL EXPECT YOU
"In Business For Your Health"
THE BANK ACCOUNT
Is the first step towards success.
Makes you independent.
Gives von standing iii the community.
ls an ever present help in time of need.
Start one with us at once.
Protects your family in emergencies. %
Interest paid on deposits.
FARMERS & MERCHANTS BANK ^
. FARMERS LOAN & TRUST CO.
TO CELEBRATE FOURTH
JULY AT WARE SHOALS
CELEBRATION UNDER AUS
PICES OF Y. M. C. A. OF
MUSIC AND RACES
Number of Prizes ??ave Been Of
fered For Winners ?nd Day
Will Be Big One.
The Young Men's Christian associa
tion of Ware Shoals will have a Fourth
of July celebration on Saturday. July
J. They haw arranged a very Inter
esting program of races, music mov
ing pictures, etc. which is printed in
8:30.- Musk at hall by Helgal Con
8:45-Water sports on the pond.
Music by Reigal Concert baud.
Boat race Prize-$5.00 pair of
shoes donated by Messrs. Medlock &
Tub Race: Merchandise to be se
lected ut Dallas' store, value $2.50
donated by Mr. J. J. Dallas.
Swimming race: Prize-Merchandis>
to be selected at Dallas' store, valuv
$2.50. donated by Mr. J. J. Dallas.
Moving nlctures at hall from 9.00 to
10 00-Field sports at base ball
park. Music by Klegal Concert band.
Wheelborrow race: Prize-$1.00
Three-legged race: Prize-$2.00
Sack Race: Prize-$1.00 cash.
Potato Euee for Girls under 16:
Prize-$5.00 pair of slippers donated
by Mr. Lee Freeman's Tonsorial par
Egg Race for Ladies: Prize-Selec
tion at company store o fartlcle value
Hundred Yard Daeh for Men: Prize
-$5.00 rocker chair donated by Mr.
Hundred yard Dash for Boys: Prize
Cllmbiug Greased Pole: Prize
Sack of money.
All cash prized donated by the peo
ple of Ware Shoals.
Invocation at barbecue ground by
Rev. J. M. Dallas.
Music by Riegal Concert band.
11:50-Opening remarks by ih?
chairman, Mr. D. L. Allen.
Speech by Mr. H. C. Tillman.
Music by Riegal Concert band.
Speech by Mr. R. A. Cooper.
Music by Fitegal Concert band.
Speech by Hon. A. F. .Lever.
12:30-Dinner at barbecue grounds.
2:\<0-'Music at ball park by Reigal
2:35.-Field sports at base ball
Running broad Jump for men: Prize
-Box of cigars donated by Mr. Clack
Running broad jump for boys: Prize
Running high jump for men: Prize
Running high lump for boys: Prize
Walking race for ladies: Prise-Se
lection of article at compauy store,
Rooster race: Prize-$2.00 cash.
Second prise $1.00 cash.
Penny race for boy? lt and under:
Prise-$1.00 In pennies, (scattered.)
Tug of war between weave room and
card room: Prise-'Box of ctflarfs do
nated by Ware Shoals Mfg.| Co., store,
J. G. Gambrell. manager.
Battle royal, (colored): Prize
$5.00 cash for man staying in longest,
$1.00 cash for man claying in longest
AR cash prizes donated by the peo
ple of Ware Shoals.
Moving pictures at ball from 3 p.
m. to 10 p. m.
4:50-Base ball game-Ware Shoals
vs. . . . - ]
7:45-Music at ball by Riegal Con
8:00-Moating pictures-Special fea
Gold medal to be awarded tc one
scoring most points in the various
points. Medal donated by Mr. R. L.
Whits. Jeweler. Greenwood, Sou'.h
Four month's membership in Y. M.
C. A. to be swarded each member of
Ware Shoals team knocking borne
Donated as follows:
First-J. D. Lokey.
Second--J. B. Workman.
Third-S. L. McCracken.
Fourth-J. F. MacEnroe.
Contestant's must sign up nt the
hall for ?sch event he or she deslrea
to enter. Brents are open to all, but
no ons will be allowed to take part
unless entry has been made at the
hall on or before July 2nd. Full
information may be obtained at the
hall regarding ali the events st any
time the building u??en.
Men IT to 100 years of age.
Boys IS to IS years of ag?.
Te Sleep Well ts. Summer.
Slight inflammation of th? bron
chial tubes causes a distressing cough
sad makes refreshing sleej) Impos
sible. Foley's Honey sad Tar Com
pound corers raw, inflamed. Irritated
surfaces with a soothing, healing
coating and stops that annoying tick
ling, relieving the racking, tiring
cough. Take this splendid cough med
icine with you on summer trip?. It
ta good for coughs, colds, bronchial
affections sod ls grippe coughs.
They Lace In front
$2.00 to $10.00
Fitted bj our Curseder*'.
LEAVE AT 5 O'CLOCK
GO FROM HERE TO HART
WELL WHERE THEY MEET
Questions of Vital Importance to
Anderson, Hartwell and Elber
ton to Be Discussed.
This afternoon at 4:30 the members
of the Ad Club who are going on the
picnic at Hailey's ferry will assem
ble at the chamber of commerce
rooms, from which place automobiles
carrying the party will leave prompt
ly at [> o'clock. There will be room
for all the members wiio have signi
fied their intention of going and all
are asked to be there un time.
Atar reaching iluiley'a ferry, the
parties will go to Hartwell, Ga., on
a boosters trip. Here they will be
met by the Elberton delegation and
Joined by the Hartwell boosters. After
spending a short time in Hartwell all
will return to Hailey's ferry where
a delightful supper will be awaiting
them. About twenty-five cars are
expected to go from this city.
During the meeting informal talks
will be made and matters pertaining
to the interest of Hartwell. Anderson
and Elberton discussed. Among the
topics which will most likely come
before the meeting will be thal old
question of constructing thc bridge
over the Savannah river, the proposed
interurban line from Anderson
through that section of Georgia and
the proposed change in the National
The first two questions have been
discussed before but . the latter is
something that has Just come up and
ls one of vital imp?t tance to the three
cities which will be represented at this
The Anderson party ls expected to
return to the city about 9:3u.
1 DEATHS j
MUS, C. L. REID.
Walhalla, June 14.-News reached
here at 8 o'clock tonight of the death
of Mrs. C. L. Reid, at the home of her
son, Charles Reid, at Woodbury, Ga.
Mrs. Held was the wife of the late
C. L. Reid, and for years resided In
Walhaiia. Her death 1B a shock to
many relatives and friends here. Her
remains are expected to reach here at
2 o'clock Tuesday.
Miss Catharine Hardy.
The death of Miss I.illira Catharine
Hardy occurred ut the home of her
nephew; Mr. W. G. Hodges, near
Starr, late Sunday afternoon. Miss
Hardy was 77 years of age and had
been ill for several weeks. She was
an aunt of Mrs. J. p. Crout of this
city and was the owne . of a large
plantation several miles from Starr.
* Funeral service? were held yester
day afternoon at the residence at 2:30
and interment was made immediately
afterwards at the family plot of Beth
QUIT MEAT IF YOUR
KIDNEYS ACT BADLY
Take Tablespoonful ol Salts if
Back Hurts or Bladder
, We are a nation of meat esters and
our blood Is filled with uric acid, says
a well-known authority, who warns
us to be constantly on guard against
the blood of this irritating add, but
The kidneys do their utmost to free
become weak from overwork; they
get sluggish; the eliminative tissues
clog and thus the waste is retained la
the blood to poison the entire system.
When your kidneys ache and feel
like lumps of lead, and you have
stinging pains In the heck or the urine
is cloudy, full of sediment, or the blad
der ls Irritable, obliging you to seek
relief during the night; when you have
severe headaches, nervous, and ditsy
spells, sleepessness, acid stomach or
rheumatism in bad weather, get from
your pharmacist about four ounces ot
Jad Salta; take a tablespoonful In a
glass of water before breakfast .each
morning and In a few days your kid
neys will act flue. Thia famous taits
ls made from the ?cid of grapes and
lemon Juice, combined with llthla. and
baa been used for g?n?rations to flush
and stimulate clogged kidneys, to neu
tralise the acida in urine so lt ls no
tonger a sourc* of irritation, thus end
ing urinary and bladder disorders.
Jed Balta ts Inexenslve and caa not
Injure; makes a delightful effervescent
llthla-water drink, ead nobody caa
make a mistake by taking a little oc
casionally to keep the kidneys clean
NEGRO CHURCH SCENE
OF SUNDAY HOMICIDE
TWO NEGROES KILLED AN
RAZOR BEING USED.
ARE PLACED IN JAIL
Deputy Williams Went to Scene
Sunday Nighi and Brought
Two negroes. Henry nnd Walter La
boone, brothers, were brought to the
oouuty Jail by Deputy Williams yester
day morning being churged with the
murder of another negro. Wurn Long.
The killing took plaie in (fie imper
section of the county late Sunday af
Pepuiy Williams received word of
the trouble Sunday night over tele
phone and itt company with Coroner
Hardin started for the scene. Both
negroes were placed under arreBt
without any trouble yesterday morn
ing about :i o'clock. The result of the
coroner's Investigation was a verdict
that Warn Long came to lils death
from pistol shot and razor wounds In
the hands of Henry and Walter La
From the evidence brought out at
the iu<|uest it seems thal there had
been a little trouble among some ne
groes earlier in the afternoon at
Sweet Cannon church where child
ren's day exercises were bein*; hold
and that Henry Laboone participated.
Later he was told that Warn Long
was going to give his name to the mag
istrate on account of the trouble.
Henry Laboone then went to Long and
asked him about it and a fight en
sued, during which both negroes fell
to the ground. While they were
scuffling, Walter E. Laboone ran up
aud began slushing Long with a razor.
In the meantime Henry Laboone drew
Ms pistol and fired, the bullet go
ing In Long's left shoulder blade and
striking him in his heart.
Long's throat was also slashed and
there were several cuts about his
body and hands.
When at rested Walter Laboone was
found to have a razor on which were
fresh blood stains. The other Laboone
negro seemed to ha VJ made way with
the pistol. Long, when examined, was
found to ha ? no weapon at all in bib
Henry Laboone yesterday denied do
ing the shooting but did not deny be
ing in the fuss. He says that Long's
brother ran up ano shot htoi (Long;
and must have thought it was him.
SERVICE? AT GRACE CHURCH
Rev. C. H. Jordan Will Speak There
The raid-week service of Grace
church lias been changed from Wed
nesday to this afternoon at f. o'clock,
and Rev. C. H. Jordan ot Green
wood, who ls the guest of Rev J. H.
Gibboney. wilt conduct the service.
Wednesday is the anniversary of the
rector's ordination to the priesthood
and the day will be observed with
the celebration of the Holy Eucharist
ot 10 o'clock.
SCHOLARSHIP and ENTRANCE
The examination for the award of
vacant scholarship in Winthrop Col
lege and for the admission of new
students will be bold at the County
Court House on Friday, July 2, at 9
a. m. Applicants must not be less
tuan sixteen years of age. When
Scholarships are vacant after July 2
they will be awarded to those making
the highest average at this examina
tion, provided they meet the condi
tions governing the award. Appli
cants for Scholarships should write
to President Johnson befoie the ex
amination for Scholarship examina
Scholarships are worth $100 and
?reo tuition. The next session will
open September 15, 1916. For further
information and catalogue, address
Pre?. I?. H. Johns?*, lt >ck HUI, 8. C.
Dows ia Mind Unable to Work,
and What Helped Her.
Summit Point, W. Va.-Mrs. Anna
Belie Emey, of this place, says: "1 suf
fered for 15 Years with sn awful pain in
my right side, caused from womanly
trouble, and doctored lots for R, Ind with,
out success. I suffered so very much,
that t became down In mind, and aa help
less as sbabv. I was m ihs worst kind
of shape. Waa unable to do any work.
I began taking Card ul,. the woman's
tonie, and got relief from the very first
dene. * By tho time 1 bsd taken 12 bot
tles, my health was completely restored.
I am now 48 years years old, wat feel na
good as 1 did when only 16.
Cardui certainly saved me trots losing
my mind, and I fed it my duty tn speak
in its favor. I wish I had sjmn power
over poor, suffering women, sad could
make them know the good ? would do
Hy?? suffer from any of flin sJhnetvts
peculiar to women, it will certainly ba
worth your while to give Carda? n trial,
lt baa bena helping weak wonts? for
mom than SD ?ear?, and witt help yon,
Try Cardui. Your druggist sells it.
"AT THE STROKE OF THE ANGELUS"
Two-rerl Majestic Drama
"MISS FATTY'S HANDICAP"
Three-reel Gold Seal Drama, featuring Robert Leonard and
Four-reel Paramount, featuring Victor Moore. This is one
of the greatest Comedies ever released by any film corpora
tion; you can't afford to miss this one.
- "A BURIED CITY"
By Cromer Croy, the great Cartoonist.
"The Busy Store"
Without any egotism on our uart we believe we have the busiest
store six days in the week, and fifty-two weeks in the year there is
in Ai'.dersou. We have a big bunch of satisfied customers and we
are all the time working for their interest. We would like to have
you join thi3 happy bunch. We are headquarters for FBE8H MEATS
AM) FINE GROCERIES.
Fine Reef Roatsts and Steak 12 1-2 and ??c pound.
Liver, Tongues, Brains, Etc
Fork Sausage, Spare Ribs and Breal 'ast Bacon.
Fresh Vegetables of every kind. V
Fine lot fresh Fish Friday and Saturday. ,1*w
Big Fat Dressed Hens 60c and 6?c. '
Evaporated Apples, Peaches, Pears, kike. *V 1
lt will pay yon la the ead to trade with as. *
W. A. POWER
212 South Main
SAM HARPER. Mgr.
We are doing family wi binga rough dry at racy
reasonable prices. The clothes are washed and
starched ready to iron, and the flat work is ironed
ready for use.
Give us ou* trial at your weekly washing and yon
will never be content to have it done again by a
"washerwoman," probably in an unsanitary placa,
reeking in filth and deadly germs.
Our laundry is absolutely sanitary and oar meth
ods of washing clothes are the very latest and
when w> wash your clothes you will ssw at a
glance that they are clean.
Just telephone and we wfll send a wagon for your
laundry this week and return it in three days.
Anderson Steam Laundry
Bathing Suits :-: Water Wings
: Tennis Shoes : :
F AN T'S BOOK STORE