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A Hint to M<
A Mild Laxativo at Regalar
Intervals Will Prevent
' . Constipation.
A vital point upon which all schools
of medicine aeem to agree is that nor
mal regularity of tho howels is an es
sential to good health. Tho impor
tance of this is impressed particular
ly on mothers of growing children.
A very vuluable remedy that should
be kept in every home for use as oc
casion arises ;ln Qr. Caldwell's Syrup
Pepsin, a compound of simple laxa-1
tivo herbs that has been prescribed
by Dr. W. B; Caldwell, of Monticello,
III., for moro than twenty-five years,
and which can now he obtained in any
well Btocked drug store for fifty
cents a bottle.
In a recent letter to Dr. Caldwell,
Mrs. H. C. Turnor, S44 Main 6t., Buf
falo, Ni V., says, "I bought a bottle
of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsla for
my baby, Roland Leo Turner, and find
it works just like you Bald it would.
It is Ano for.the stomach and bowels."
A bo'ttlo of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup
Ouo Result Is TurbH . Are Adopting
German Educational System.
Berlin, Dec. 3.-One o? tho results
of tho Turkish alliance with Ger
many is that a beginning has been
made by . the; Turks in taking over
some of the features of the German
educational system. Dispatches from
?.Constantinople tell of tho erection
thero of continuation schools, based ;
ori'.the Gorman model, with a c?rrlcu- f
lum which includes, among othor
studies, -bookkeeping, arithmetic,
geography, commercial science, com
mercial correspondence and German.
The Constantinople association of
Manufacturera ' and Dealers has pub
lished a notice calling attention to
the nev,- Schools and'urging the mas
ters of various trades to see that
their apprentices : attend regularly.
Tho schools are free.
I can say my
bowels are much J
My he&rt is
My appetite i?'
liIUi;il UCLLCl .
My throat is
Mrs. William H. Hinchliffe, ?
write;;: "j. haye taken four bottles
it has done me a great deal of goa
throat. I recommend Peruna to al
nov think I ever felt much better,
v/ork I cart do. I do^ot think to?
,Xhpse who object to fluid med!
' Pelzer, S. C.
FOR THE BE!
We Have Th
' ? ''Y
? ' ' ' Wien wt
mi m m
ROLAND LEE TU1LNEE
Pepain should be in every home. A
trial bottle freo of charge, can bo
obtained by writing to Dr. W. B.
Caldwell. 454 Washington St., Monti
Tho "tcffejuz" school hus made Ger
man an obligatory study.
Tho newspaper Tantin, in an ar
ticle concerning the continuation
schools, .pays high; praise tb the Ger
man system, lt points out that the
Germans, so far from slackening; their
educational work during the war, not
only maintain it fully, but have also
maintained schools in enemy coun
tries, using military mon a?? instruc
Strong and Well hs Ever.
Fred FJtiith, 325 Main (St., Grvecn
Bay, Wis., Bays : "I suffered a long
time, with a very weak'back. Foloy
Kidney Pills completely relieved me
of all soreness and pain and I now
am strong and well ?s eyer." Winter
aggravates .symptoms of kidney
trouble; cold weather makes aching
more unbearable. Foley Kidney .Pills
help tho krdrieys eliminate paln-caus
lhg poisons.-Sold Everywhere. . -
!0 Myrtie ?St,J'Beverly, 'Mass.,
of P?rima, and 7 ran say that
d ior catarrh of the head and
1 sufferers with catarrh!fi I do
t arn, really surprised At the
> much* praise eau be said for
cines cnn now procure Peruna
Capital and Surplus $125,006,??
Collections (Uren "Careful Attention
ill?on A. Smyth, ' Jno. A. l?udgenB,
President, ' . CasMer.r
lt. E. Tolllson, As ct. Cashier.
Ity of tito Coal j Kell Is the BEST,
ly knows Hint Wy*UV TONS*, ?re
) THOCS?^I) pounds. . 1 ^
) promise Quick DoUv?ry-rWe mean
i Wk c n yon t aro ' out of Coal abd
pbur.e us ! Wo'il have ; the Coal
the $5 Coal Man*' Ia the man who
irlce of eo&!1 down ;'"ot eomVse there
?t?rs SOW* h-n-t w?nld tbire have
$Z toni sold lu Aildertfou If I hadn't
? Services in the Churches of
. First Presbyterian Church.
The sorvlcid at the First Presby
terian church will be held aa follows
tomorrow: Hubba th school at ten
o'clock under tue superintendency of
Mr. E. W. Brown. Tho paB?or, Rev.
W. H. Fraser, 1>. D., will preach at
11:30 and 7:30. ~A very cordial in
vitation is extended to all to worship
' hero. Polite ushers will mee;
strangers at the door and show them
to a scat.
Cen? ru! Presbyterian Church.
Sunday school at 10:15.
Morning service nt 11:30
Subject of sermon. "Judgment Ac
cording to Appearance and righteous
Judgment From thc Religious Point
Evening sorvice at 7:30.
Subject of Sermon, "Judgment Ac
cording1, to Appearance'and Righteous
Judgment From tho Non-Rollglous
Point of View."
Wc cordially invite you to worship
Hov. J. H. Gibbonoy, rector. Phone
Services for the second Sunday in
advent, December 8th.
I 8:00 a. m.-Tho Holy Eucharist.
11:S0-Morning'prayer .and sermon
by the Rey. XL'. Maynard Marshall.
I 3:30 p. m.-Service for men.
I lhere will be no services In Grace
church during tho week aa tho rector
I of the -parish will" be In Greenwood
! conducting a mission there In the
! church of Resurrection.
j Service for lien.
At 3:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon
th?ro will be a service for men in
Grace church to wlhich the men of tho
city are most cordially invited. The
'Rev. MT. Marshall who has been
conducting a mission in Grace church
during the 'week will conclude his
work hore with this service. He
will preach to the men of thc manly I
*??.. ' - .. ? - - - '? ?.
Due West Alumnae Association. -
The;Duo West Alumnae association
were delightfully, entertained at thc
regular December meeting yesterday
afternoon by Mrs. A. M. Sharpe and
MTS. Daisy Wilson, at the home or
Mra. Sharpe. ? . .
'Tho'Biddy of the afternoon was Mac
beth, ;n,n ti Dr. Klnar'd rave a mos*,
ihterestlrig nhl? instructive taP* On
t}io -y-iy. rM"?;c.'nt; greatly Impressed
by ]\l?\'interpretations of,Lady Mac
beth.. ' ?;' ".
. Mrs. Cora Lig?n sang a charming
English ballad, and"as an encore sang
ono of Mra. LUly ? Strickland Ander
son's compositions. - During the.pleas
ant inf qrmal social half hear tho two
attractive hostesses assisted by MISS.
Geno Harris ' served' coffee and fruit
caito. Mints were passed by pretty
little Kathleen i Wakefield of Piedr
Beautiful Home Weildlng.
A beautiful' wedding^ and'/, ono ? bf
great interest to friends hero and all
over the state, was that of Miss Raj'
Mainers and ''(Mr. Kyle Shirley, which
took place cm Thursday .evening at
the homo of the bride's parents, .Mr..
and-Mrs. John ?Masters a few miles
south of town.
This pretty home had been ar
tistically decorated in palms, ferns,
and Vine*,'th?se1 being ' used over a
pure .White -background . formed - a
charutlng scene, while over all' was
'tlw radiance of many lights.
. The floor was covered with a.-j^tfe
:white carpet, and pa one side of thc
parlor, waa artang?d' D graceful arch
of white roses und smilax under which
tho bridal party ff tu od.
The pretty bride was attended by
her sister. Titles Znlono tasters'.as
maid' of honor, and' Mlsres Alma
Cllokscales' bf. Abbeville,- and Sallie
C*ae bf Mt i Carmel. as maids. ..Mr.
Keys Gilmer was Mr, SMrley's best.
: man The ^ceremony was performed.
by. Rev. ;.W. Hawkins, while ;|?rd:
J.:A?,Aull played the wedding-.march'
.accompanied by Mr Frank Hawkins.
on tho violin. ??'SfM
The'bride was lovely . In her pure
.white- bridal .-robes,T 'wlth'- a beautiful
beijuet \ of roses gadflies of^ , itiW.
vnlle*y>.>; The bridesmaids and maid bf
honprfwbro dressefl.of ?oft white YUSB'
'salbte wit? ohiffon "ovordr?ascs, .apd
<j?jrried arruf?is bf .pink'coran?onH.
Immediately x -," v tho eeremony^ah^
elegant two coin -wedding supper
waft served tb thc* largo humber of
-gaostH who were ..present.
Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Taft .fox a
'Adding trip, and on^oir?rotura will
h't ?.rhomO at the St. James hotel fer
Uia ires?nt:: v.i; ?
:>/?'Obe of ibo most charniing meetingsN
thb . Robert'-']$.Lee ?fi?ptor lins ever
hdd was the bite nt Which . Mr?.
George 7<fl)y, Mrs. . J. D. . Cooley; |
life-the Christian life in RB relation
to tho moral, ethical and epirltuul
I aspect ot Uio teaching of the Sou of
God. Following the serinou Dr. C.
S. Brcedln a member of Grace Parish
will give a short address.
St. John's Method Nt Church.
Sunday school at 10 o'clock.
Preaching "eervlecs at ll-.SO a. m.
and 7:30 p. m. by tho pastor, R v.
J; W.v Speake. Thia is tho rir.it Sun
day of tlie conference your arm Spec
ial music has been arranged.
First Baptist Church.
0:46-Teach OTB* ( prayer service.
10:00-Blblo school-Dr. A. Li.
11:30-Public worship- Sermon by
the pastor, John. Ev White. Subject
"Tho Gospel According, to you."
. 7:30-tPuplte 'wonsliip-Sermon by
thc pastor, John. E. White. . Subject
"As You Waut to ne a Soldier."
At tho evening service Mrs. 'Martin
Messrs Von Hasseln and Macaulay
will render tho Allegretto from the
A. pilnor Sympohnv of Beethoven
and the Larghetto from tho Quintelle
4:00-Tho'divisions of thc. Woman's
Missionary Society : will _ meet! in thc
Wcstorn-Mrs. Rosa Gaines.
Northen?--Mrs. B. F. Mn aldin.
Southern-Mrs. Frank and Mrs.
Eastern-;Mrs. Wade Sanders*
Liver stroot-Mrs'. Ramah Clark.
Greenville street-Airs. John Pruitt.
The western and the southern will
meet at'3"o'clock,' but tho others will
meet at 4 .
7:30-Prayer and praise service led
by the pastor.
The public is cordially invited to bo
present and wprtfilp with us at ali
those services; '.
and Mrs., W..4EV.Gason .entertained
yesterday afternoon at the handsome
homo ot Mrs. Tolly on West Whltner
Red. carnations and red geraniums
were used in profusion over thc house,
which had all been thrown together
by means of fohtln.tr doors. -. After a
short business session, the ? following i
Interesting program was given:
A report of thc convention held in
Aiken was given by Mrs. J. R. Van
diver. 1 ?
A sweet vocal selection by Mrs. W.
H. .Nardin, accompanied by- Mis3
Welch. ' ..'. * .-. - m
.-A paper, "A South-Carolina Christ
mas (Before the War? by. Mrs. J.. O.
A. bright vocal solo hy Mrs. T< L.
C6ly. Tliia was followed by a
charming vocal selection by Mrs. J.
I Instrumental solo .by Miss Wolch.
Tba. last number; was a pretty solo,
by Mrs. M?ldrow. .
After the program, . tho' hostesses j
invited their guests- into the beautiful
dining room where a red color scheme
carried ou' An .red carnations, pre
sented a. scene of rare beauty, and I
hero an elegant menu was daintily j
served.-" . ?',..'
CH AR A (Ti: KI STIC SIGHT
Soldier Frlehts Officiate , in Small j
..Rome. Dec. 3.-One of the most ]
characteristic sights In Italy is the
officiating of soldiers at the'alter in
tho'small churches. At first . tho
people- were inclUied to resent this
innovation but when they ^understood
that theso. soldiers aro really priests,
some cal led under', arms as soldiers,
some as military,chaplains, t?ey wel
comed, them and how prefer them to ?
the regular clergy.
\. The effect of the eoldler-prlost's
dress ts; exceedingly bizarre, 'With a
heavily embroidered, cape over the
shonldors and tho: snowy camlets
re??niiuB ^'?rr ..'sje' .lrnee, 'completed j
by the gaiters pf ^?. soldier...wi ti . ?puis.
j and heavy .boots, :^t?6 _???ec?'?3 tut
?'thor ' heightened,. in most cabe?, by o
luxurious crop.of hair .where the ton
auro .should be-. and ) a mustache or |
even a beard. A special dispensation
han been issued by tho. Vatican to. al
low tho priests -under. nrt?a to grow
.hair on .hoad 'and face to m?ke them
i-like -their comrades In arma ;.;.:;.:;, :
- Ith Menu.
?'.?. A-rioblo Engllnhman e.ime OV?T to
New'York with a -ninsfeat revile^ last
winter, bringing' with hhn bis prize
bull pupv1 -He entered.-a ?t?re 'db??pw*
or Broad wayland aijked for "puppy
"Sure," answer the .c^erk, "ure
you Kolnjr tb oat *em hore or take Vm
homo,:'-New Orleans States.
* ANPERSON COLLEOK " .+'
?rho Glee club 1B preparing to give
on December nth an ovenlug of
Christmas enrola. Some of ate tra
ditional melodies of the old English,
German, and French folk-song class
will be revived. Th? Oleo club ex>
neets, to appear again shortly after
the Christmas vacation In a mis
.On Monday evening tho Metropoli
tan Grand quart ute gave tho second
of the lyceum series before a largo1
Dr. Kinara made an address on
compulsory education before the Civic;
association of Anderson in the par
lors of the 'Hotel Chiquola, on last
Tuesday afternoon. ' ?
A students' recital will bo given I
in the studio of tho director, of. music ]
on Monday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.
- Mis?es Cody and Devane were the j
guests of President and Mrs. Kimmi
on Thursday at a dinner party. .
j Miss Crenshaw ot Knoxville, Tenn.,
ls visiting Miss Leo.
Mrs. Z. T. Cody of Greenville vis
ited in tho collego fast week.
Misses Mary-Aiken and Margaret'
Perrin have returned from Abbovlllo,
where Umy. spen t tho week end. ,
CkEiss Doodo 'Uiirton .has returned
after a visit to her home in New
berry. .. ' .
- Misses Rosada .Talbert and Mello-'
Whitlock were :tho house guests ot <
'.Miss: ?isggio Shirley Tor tho week-}
M Who \
/ ever heard \
f of ? genuine \
Pearl Necklace \
JOT $10? ^
trader..*-* ???..;..(> fir .
The prerfectgitt tor thc baby,
the girl, tlii; yoting lady, the
Th* Ari4-?-pearl NocWara
. c?Ka of a group of genuine pearls
..^gwiA .and .in^jed I? ?
'-?M gfM r.eck-cha-j), vith provi
.-.ion to ?Su "t pntf occasion ?"? '
demandi. TBs meit fajrinanng
j^sy?f?Kmblihg a p??rl risekboe. .
Pear}s as an investment
Th* Mme mfiiH'.t ?nvfitd in ptMitrj ;
- Coma In wi ictus etplali
3 th'* ncu> clfi ides
\ W. H..KESSE
Ti DUtaond? j
ty Gifts Are Sure
Quality Pleases the Recipient
[ie Price Pleases the DonbrT
M. Hubbard & Co.
tl . !'/>. O-.y . M'. - '...; v'' ''i-f- . 1
2 5 f or 2 5 G
THE ANDERSON FLORALCO.
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MEMBER OF FLORISTS TELEGRAPH DELIVERY
' The best coal
A reasonable price
A prompt delivery
BANK OF BELTON ^S^m ?
Ua\ttin K f President, V, P. ond Cashier.
DUIU?, 0? AJ, K. tt. Campbell, AB st. CaDhlor.
?reai?y JRedu??d Round Trip Fares -J
In Connection With Blue Ridge Railway
'. - ".:'. :.$o ;-...: . ? ;.. :": .-v. .
: CHARLESTON, S. C. . .?
SOUTHERN COMMERCIAL CONGRESS
Anderson.t .... ...17.40
Belton .. ,,, ... ... ... T,40
Honea Path ... ... ... ... ... ....7.25
Donalds ... ... ....6.95
Shoals Junction .. ... ... ... ?.S5
'.Tickets'';n?t saleDecember ll, 12, 13. and 14th, with return Mailt
Attend Tho Great Celebration.
See U.' iS. Battleship "South .Carolk-ia" a squadron of. thc Atlantis
FlectY: torpedo boats. submarlnosVand destroyers. , '?.;?-.>
. Christmas holiday excursion taros to all principal points, December
17,.18, 23, 24, and ,25th with return limit January 10th, 101C.
I'or complete information applr to ticket ".agents'" .or
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