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The Leadership of Front-Lacing
is due to the fact that the Front Lacing principle ia thc CORRECT
one! The increasing demand among tito fashionable women
for Front Lacing Corsets is tho best evidence of this, and lite in
creasing demand for FROLAgET. CORSETS is due to the fact that
fashionable women find in these Corsets better style, more com
fort and greater value than they ever before received iu Corsets
$2.00 to $12.50 Each
Beautiful New Suits and Dresses
Meant i ful new Spring Suits and Lovely Silk Dresses-we never
had such a lavish and beautiful assortment of them before, and
every garment in keeping with the established reputation of this
store-excellence of material, authenticity of style, perfection of
A wonderful variety of lovely styles in shapes and trimmings
-practical, "sport," dainty and delicate Hats for every sort of
service-and all fashioned with deft touches. Prices, too, are
DoesYour Qvercoat .
Need Cleaning ?
Nothing will BO add to tho life ami good appearance of an overcoat
as a frequent dry cleaning to remove.spots, soil und stains, and a
skillful pressing to make the garment'hang like new and to remove
.wrinkles and marks offWea'r.- :V?C. ' .
Our establishment is equipped to do this work thoroughly and well.
We make a wonderful improvement in the appearance of the garments
sent us. i ii .
Perhaps your overco?t could- be made as gfcod aa new by this
service. . ' - :,..#.. aA
I 'Phone 7.
PREVENT VO N
An ounce of prevention is wortli
a pound of cure. This is tho
day of PREVENTIVE MEDI
CINE. Nowhere is this so nec
essary as in regard to thc caro
of tho TEETH. Visit the den
tist AT Lie AST twice a year, whether you think you need.it or not.
Let him give your teeth a thorough cleaning, search out t*c>tieginnlngH
of decay, clean off the tartar, and in general PREVENT tboijo dental
evils that are likely to grow on you unawares.
DR. HENRY R. WELLS,
Ofrico Over Farmers & Merchants Bank,
Residence'Phone COV Anderson, S. C. Office Thpno^527.
I McKEE REFRIGERATORS
H . *v;?>\;4.vy..y.r ..s-....-.
\Yheir^Vpu put Pure Food
into a McKee Refrigerator it
The possession of a McKEE REFRIGERATOR is a source
of constant delight to the particular housewife. ;': " ^
You don t buy a refrigerator every day. It is to your in
terest to make your selection carefully.
A Style and Slob to Sek Every Requirement At a Price
to Suit Every Purge.
\M' '^l&'&^Ttf&^lltf^ Way
I SOCIETY I
Mrs. A. P. Ltpplncott of Philadel-i
plila, is upending thu week with Mrs.
A. G. Moans. Mrs. Lippineott is
always a welcomed visitor to Ander
son and many social affairs aro be
ing planned in her honor.
Yesterday, wa? Dilly Pearce's Ililli
birthday and hi? grandmother, Mrs.
W. A. Chapman celebrated the occa
sion by giving him a party. The lit
tle folks; present were Harriett Hol
l. an. Lily Hart, tleorge Tlmmermun.
Charted'Marshall, Sam Prelwell, Hel
< 1 Allen, Elizabeth Aluldrow, Sara
Cason, Marguerite Gelsberg, Mary
Elizabeth Craig, Jennio Burton, Jame.?
Hanks, and -Nat Henderson, and Ma
1 .on Murphey.
Tho following Invitations have been
i .med: "
.Mrs. James L. R?st
Wednesday, April 5t'.v.
Pour to live o'clock
Mrs. \V. E. Watson Tea.
David Lewis Kealy
Hom-To Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
Meaty, a son. on the second day of
April. He will bear tile name of Da
vid Lewis, for his brother of Mr.
Sally Margaret Dodge.
Born-To Rev. and Mrs. Wither
spoon Dodge, on April tho second, a
daughter. The little girl will be
christened Sally Margaret.
+ COMING AND GOING +
Mr. J. C. Watkins o? High Palls
returned home last night after spend
ing thc week-end in the city.
Mr. Harry Mayfield, who is a stu
dent at Davidson college, is spend
ing a few days at homo.
Miss Helen Harris returned to
Brenau yee-terduy after spending a
fow days at home.
Mr. S. M. Beaty of Iva was
business; visitor yesterday.
Mr. S. L. Meredith of Spartan
burg spent Sunday in the city.
Mr. J. Tom Bolt bas purchased
a Chevrolet automobile.
Dr. and Mirs. .J. M. Hobson if
Townville passed through the eihty
yesterday en route to Spartanburg.
(ih\h TO si;;; THEM .
A U C Company is Playing Pal
metto Theatre Airain
Palmetto theatre goers aro glr.u
to welcome back Harry Carr's A. P.
C. <iirls, the company which played
in Anderson during the week of 1 vt
Thanksgiving day. and which was
very popular. Ii anything, it seem?
that the show haw improved with
age. There have 'been a few changes
in tho company, but the chorus is
practically the same.
As a Jew comedian, Harry Carr
.'s probably the leader <of all who
have ever been in Anderson. He ia
m->?-o or dinal, and has tho knack of
saying things differently '. He ls sup
ported this week by Lewis Mitchell,
another comedian, who ls also good..
Miss Anna Connors has been added
io the troupe since it was last in
Anderson, and is leading. .Bill Camp
bell, playing s tra IK ht man, is good.
The Reed sisters. In their singing
acts, playing accompaniments on
guitar and mandolin, are -well re
membered In Anderson, and their act
alone will be enough to warrant a
god attendance at The 'Palmetto this
The chorus ls composed of six
girls, and is far better looking than
the - average.
A CHILD GETS GROSS, '
SICK ANO FEVERISH I
Look, Mother! If tongue is
coated clean little liver
I ir your iittio one's tongue is*coated,
it is a tmre sign the stomach, liver
and bowels need a gentle, thorough
cleansing at once. When your child
jls cross, peevish, . listless, pale.!
doesn't.sleep, eat or act naturally, if
breath'is bad, stomach sour, system!
full of cold, throat sore, or if fever-j
IBU, givo a teaspoonful of "Califor
nia Syrup of Figs," and In a few hours j
all. the clogged--,! p. constipated wusto.
nour bli o and undigested food willi
gently movo out of the bowel?, anti
you' have a well, playful child again.
Kick children. needn't too eweed
tor take,.this, harmless "fruit loxa-,
tl VOA " Millions'of mothers keep. 'it
handy because they know its action
on the stomach,-liver and bow clo 1B
prompt and -sure. They also know a
Iittio given today earea a Bick child
'VAsk your-druggist'for a 50-cent
poule ? "California Syrup of .Figs,**
which contains directions for babier,
children of all ages and fdr grown
ups plainly on the cottle. Beware of
counterfeits sold here. : Get the gen
uine mada by "California Fig Syrup
Company." ' .
Fr Ah, Country Buttermilk Ev
wiri 0*1 i^jgj?
200 lins THOUGHT
DAUGHTER IS DEAD
FATHER OF MRS. MARY KERN
ELS SAYS HE WISHED
IS ANDERSON CASE
After Suffering Untold Agony
For 11 Months, Anderson Wo
man Marvelously Aided by
The scene, as pictured, \v;is ono
lo stir the soul to Hs depths willi
commingled sorrow and pity.
Tho mot'ter. father, husband and
children and several neighbors anx
iously gathered around thc yu frere:-,
whose agony apparently was beyond
understanding or description. Tho
suffering mother, her usually sweet
r.nd handsome face drawn and ghat"'}
ly, 'was writhing in the throes of
agony that amounted almost to cou-i
misions. The doctors had been call
ed, hut had not arrived. They had
(ailed many t'mes before, anl hail,
said those often repealed attack?)
were due to a stomach trouble. Dull
i loir knowledge and skill were In
competent to combat this working i*f
Nature. ; I . - |
This suh'errrr was Mr's. Mary Ker
nels, of it; Hammett St.. Audcrs';ui,|
t!ie wife of ft!,; IV-. Kernels. She 's
a woman widely, known In the Plod-.
mont Section of South Carolina, be-;
lng promintntly connected hy blond
.iml marriage to a number of thc j
best known families of Anderson, i
Greenville, - Picketts and-Oconce CO-JTV
nut Tanlac, the master medicine,
did w.at nothing else on cart.;
seemed uble to do to bring her re-j.
lief from these terrible attacks, wh'.cn
often carno as frequently ns four
times a day. In less than three j
weeks after she began tuklng this
wonderful preparation,'she had gain
ed ten (IO) pounds lu weight; und
her ailment, which hud kept .'.cr la
bed or In a greatly weakened condi
tion for eleven (ll) consecutive
months, during .which time she had
suffered at least two hundred (200)
of these convulsions, had been ban
ished. Ten days after she, a bed
ridden sufferer, began taking Tanlac.
she had recovered her health and
strength sufficiently to do her house
work arid to go visiting, she sahl.
It was a wonderful story she told
of her suffering and recovery, and
equally as wonderful were the de
tails supplied by her father, who.
with her husband, and mother wale
in toe room during the Interview.
Mrs. Kern*\"s.father, il. W. Hale,
of 16 Hammett St ?uid:
"Her fcvjrf>ring was *o terrible and
so intense that we had laid her oiit,
thinking her dead, at least two hun
dred (200) times during tho las!
eleven (ll) months. Score* of
times w'aen she,was laid out. I hop
ed she really was dead so she coull
not have to longer endure that awful
agony. Hut she was relieved in ju.4
two weeks by Tanlac, and now, llf
teen days after abo began t:>king lt,
she is up and goes out vlpifclng. For
five yearn she suffered these at
tacks after eating, and wo had dom1
everything posslblo for her. Durii??
the past year we spent at least $(?0U
for doctors' bills for her. But f.hov
only relief she obtained was in Tan
lac. lt ia the greatest medicine on
eart!i today." .. .. v
v Regarding her.*.suffering, and thc
great relief Tanl?? gave her, Mrs.
"I suffered, from chronic stomach
trouble and >Jft(Ugestion for five
years. I steadily became worse de
spite all treatmont. iii J. would have
spells Just after, eating that would ,
resemble co?v?ls'oh's' so great wxs
the agony. I would often be In bed
as long as .a month after ono of these
attacks, i 'Beginning eleven month;,
ago, I TtQd been, until about twi
weeks -ago, . too "sick to do anything ,
around the house,-.and wa.3 In the lv?d
or In a chair the greater part or thc .
time. . >.
"Last Summer T wns idwlco op?rai
?od on at a hospital herc, but theno
operations gave me no rollet nor re
spite from my suffering. Whon tliuy
carried me to a hospital last. Au
gust on a Thursday, I did not kum?
until tho following Sunday where 1
was, so Intense was the agony 1 suf
fered. I waa unconscious* in a way.
"T'3e Monday before I bogan tan
ing Tanlac on Tuesday afternoon, 1
had Sn attack of this trouble and
had two doctors to see me. They
said my-caso was" hopeless, and tint
they knew of nothing whlcr. would
glVe me relief. They said, though,
that an operation might possibly help
me some-a remoto possibility, thev
plainly stated.- It was my stomach
which would have been operated on.
"I had boen In bed six weeks, and
I was told that my trouble was not
Uko any case they had seeen repu.'- !
ed, but it was known I bad stomach
trouble. My kiddys also were in .
bad sbapc. . ] had vfebumatlsm' a
gr?ai ."dealt ' :Everything I ate would
sour o:, my stomach.
V*We had 'done., everything we could i
think of to give mo rellef, hilt to no .
avail. " Sl^^MsbdndV-had bought a, <
IKKUO'*?f 'Tahla?^fbr my d&uKhtdr.t '
who hod a form .of. stomach trouble.'
mild as comparedv with mine, hov- i
ever, und it was greatly helping her.' i
He said;. jTry 'Tanlac. Mary." So) <
."?^iteg?h^tnlrtotf ?Tantvj? . v , i
5 "I have now taken a little over two j
bottles of Tanlac, and I have gained I
at,least ten (10) pounds; in weight.: \
I am doing*my hodfnwork'new. and I \
began taking Tanlac just fifteen (IS) 1
days ago. ^Iy little girl helps ntj^jl
ll I &i ? ^^^^^^^t^^^^^^^^^ ? lilli
Ww DEPARTMENT STORE.
Our S'yles are Exclusive but'jOur Prices Moderate
Easter Suits at $16.50 Up
EASTEK SHITS arc going to ho moro in evidence Hus Year (lian ever before because <<l
coolness of thc season. The styles are so attractive ami conservative that many who du not
buy a suit every spring will want to do so this year. The new shot! coals with pcpluiius, thc
wide flaring skirts, the belted Norfolk jackets, all commend themselves to fastidious taste--.
Fabrics include taffeta, silk, faille, gros de Londres, serge, gabardine, Guernsey cloth and shep
herd checks. Of course .til the new est shades such as rookie, vapor grey, soldat bleu and re
seda. Prices begin at 5?IG.50 with excellent values at $18.50, $20, $22.50, $25, $27.50, $30
Easter Dresses at Low Prices
SILK DRESSES will be ideal for wear at church or promenade on Easier Day. Yon will
grealh admire our fashionable dresses in tallet t, Georgette Crepe, faille and chillon cloth, all
tastefully trimmed in lace, embroidery and chiffon, Jacquette, pannier and tunic styles, in all
the newest colorings. DRESSES at $16.50, $20, $25, $27.50, $30 and up to $45.
KA YSER'S SILK GLOVES ia
black, white, rookie tind th? ir w
greys, some with contrast Kitten
ing, ."ale to $1.U0 tile pair.
KID or LAMBSKIN GLOVES in
white or black with rontra.st
stitching, also all the newest, tan
shades, tho pair...$1.50
P.l'STER BROWN HOS.'ERV tn
spring weights for doth women
and children. Ho< of 3 or t pairs,
guannteo ticket with each box,
#1.5(1 and.* 1.1)1) j
HONEST DOLLAR SILK ll OS IS
lu black, white or colors per
MCCALLUM SILK HOSE, black
only, pair. . .$1.25
YpUr^Jr^ter Hat Ia
Your ;5A: n'U -t JI IT . h.mld
irb'colvo careful ruhsidt ra
tion. Li coiufna h'.-ri: you
* v ?J .. ' jj v
obtain - lim , ad vniV.p?? ?a of
le?rutug tho TRUE STtYLlOSV'
Although wu narry tho -most
exclusive creations of New
York designers, our own
corps of artist-milliners is
turniug out hats of real Pari
sian chic ai very reasonable
prices. Large, medium ur
suiull hats, high or low In
trim, for street or dress oc
casions, modishly trimmed in
flowers, ribbon ar ' fancies.
Prices $5, $8, !j>iO and up
SILKS for Easter gowns should
now bu purchased. Seo our SATIN
RADIANTE at $!..>(?; our IO In.
('ropes tin Chino In all tho gond
shades at $l.7."?t our PLAID and
STRIPED SILKS at 91.58, $1.7."?
mid $2.110; our 38-lu. POPLINS at
EASTER NECKWEAR will bright
en many a huifworn frock. At
aile and tille we have some chui'iu
lng pieces lu thc new. cupo stylos.
EASTER PARASOLS in thu new
est shapes, colorings and patterns
ure now ready. EASTER WASH
GOODS ure very pretty, und mod
erate In price.
some. 1 feel fine In every wuy,
though I am, of course, a little weak
after a year df continuous suffer
"The very first dose of Tani ac
made the convulsion, or spell, which
followed my meal much less painful,
and tho attacks after each subse
quent meal gradual^- became less un
til, within a week, they wore gone
entirely. Just think! Tanbie put a
ytop to those terrible attacks In a
week, lt is wonderful, and no one
who does not know how I suffered,
nnly those who watched tiver mo ns I
writhed In agony can fully appreciate
and understand just what wonderful
relief Tanlac gava me. I will never
quit praising Tanlac.
"When I told my doctor of what I
was taking, when bc asked mo what
was giving me so much relief, he said
ho certainly was Riad of it. sb groat
was the relict Tanlac was giving mn.
Ho had said my case was .hope
"I stay hungry all tho time now.
and what I eat does not burt me at
all. but my food dlgc.it?. well and is
nourishing me. rt ls wonderful, real
ly, how Tanlac hos relieved my suf
fering and has restored my health.
1 have wrltton all my relatives about
lt, and some of them aro now toking
lt, too. 1 sure can recommend Tan
lac. and do praise lt to the skies."
Evans' .Pharmacy. Anderson, will
answer any Inquiries.1 regarding tho
reliability of the persons named
Tanlac, the master medicine 1? m.M
exclusively in Anderson by Evans'
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a If ?TUINA COMISO OUTt ?
. Dandruff causes a feverish ir ri ta
lion of the ' scalp, the ' hair roots
shrink, loosen and then the hair
?ornes cut fast.' To-stop falling hair
it once and rid the scalp of every
particle of dandruff, get a 2 C-co nt bot
tle of DSnderlne at-any. drug store,
pour a little in your .hand and;rub it
nto the scalp. After a few appUca
?loas tho hair stops coming out fand
rou .can't find any dandruff.
Prepar idriess :
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.' '~< / M-'?J' t Wc altern ?or? Guest?
.. ' / I lu?'.h ispeace ariel, con - .'
. . .;. Lt i it i i i< -i it when you' serve -,
Has no equal, making
ample allowance for
contraction and expan
Now is the time to put
a new roof on your
house to protect you
from fires and leaks.
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