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Fine Healthy Child
Simple Inexpensive Remedy
Checks Early Tendency to
About the first thing Impressed un
(he young Motlier is the necessity for
i egularity in her baby, which brings
up thc question of Hie most desirable
laxative for children's use.
Mrs. Jesse Richardson, Philpot, Ky.,
saya she has used Dr. Caldwell's
Syrup PepBln for the past year and
that there is no medicine in the world
like lt. She writes, "My little son,
William, Jr., just loved it. because lt
is so pleasant to take, and everybody
talks about his being such a line heal
Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is a
compound of simple laxative herbs,
tree from any opiate or narcotic
drug, and is tiie stondrd remedy for
constipation in thousands of homes
throughout the lundi,. Dr?jj stores
everywhere, sell ltf.fpr flfty^.cents a
bottle. Get a bottle bf thlsPexcellent
WM. RICHARDSOK, ^it.
remedy, and have it in the house. A
trial bottle, free of charge, can be ob
tained by writing to Dr. W. B. Cald
well, 45?! Washington St., Monticello,
Hf Hilliers on Autos.
Atlanta. April 4.-Visiting automo
bil lats declare Atlanta btreets are the
hardest in the world to drive on at
night because- everyone uses glaring
searchlights. City council or Atlanta,
as a result of these complaints, has
just enacted an ordinance requiring
automobilists to put on dimmers lo
relieve tho glare, but the ordinance
has been a dead-letter from tho day
of its eoactmcnt. Atlanta automo
bilists believe in lots"of light. They
say-it takes all the zest out of night
riding y> dim their lights. They like
to come plunging down the "Whit?
Way" wlUf their headlights gleaming
like the powerful rays of searchlights
used >o locate Zeppelins in rains ov
er bondon. They have politely but
firmly refused to pay and attention
to the .dimmer ordinance, and so fai
llie police arc permitting them to have
New Spring Blouses
Lingerie and Silk
$1 to $10.
Pleasing styles for those who
desire the elaborate and-ornate,
as well as for those who prefer
neat and simple effects
Blouses, $1 to $5
Crepe de Chine and
Georgette, $3.50 to $10
-and the prettiest assortment
qf Silk Dresses. In all sizes, lu
a number of late- styles, . and
handsomely tailored in all. the
The One Best Habit
Have you acquired it?
Peoples Bank of Anderson
LEE G. IIOLLEMAN, PRESIDENT
Ki P. Vandiver, Vice PIYJ. 1?. 0. Browne, Cnsbler.
H.. H. Watkins, Vice Pres. T. S. Banister, Asst Cashier.
For very-little, money you can make your
new* " y- .
Wemake a specialty of Shock Absorbers
for F?rirCar^ '
at belton. .
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SBIVP Hardware Company
Anderson, S. C. Belton, S. C. Greenville, S. C.
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CAST OF CHARACTERS
ELKS' COUNTY FAIR
MANY PEOPLE TO TAKE PART
IN LOCAL TALENT PRO
SONGS AND DANCES
Many Musical Numbers to Be In
troduced With Large
Til? cast of characters for thc
' County Fair,'' which will be staged
lUider the auspices of the local lodge
of LOIksr at the Anderson lUeatrb
building on Thursday and Friday ev
enings of tills week, have been an
nounced, as follows:
Vast ot Characters.
Boss Jones-T. P. Dickson.
Prof. Sparatti-S. M. Wolfe.
Handy Andy-Mr. Smith.
(Jiggling Sal-Lydia McCully.
Jake Spi'ucely-FJ. S. McCully.
Mary Sprucely-Mrs. Rosa McCul
hinch Women-Mrs. H. L. liartoa
and Mrs. Jim Craig.
Miss Newcomer-Helen Reed.
.Miss Laugdon-Ann Cunningham.
Croom-M. F. McGt .
Lemonade Man-P. K. McCully.
Hit the Coon Man-Mr. Chas. Dahli
Wheel of Fortune Man-Mr. Nor
Cycle Specialist-'Mr. Whittington.
Master of Trick Pony-Mr. Em
Dutch Woman-Jimmy Craig.
Moon Chorus-Soloists-Vessie Dar
bie, Katherine F.asor and Lillie May
Chorus-Mary Tyler Norryce, Eliz
abeth Strickland Elizabeth Roper
Dorothy Strickland. Hazel Razor.
Jessie Trowbridge, Lucia - Hudgens.
Nell Pruitt, Aldine Bowie. Eleanor
Wallace, Helen Pruitt, Louise Lyons.
Grace Hancock, Nedra LanforJ,
Pearl Whitten, Margaret Scott, Reta
Burrlss, Mllfred Linley. Mary Louise
Smith. Dorothy Linley, Caroline Cell.
Mary IMU Salla, Dorothy Craig, Eliz
abeth Tribble, Minnie Leo Wright and
Barn Dance-Soloists- Martha
Lu ni pk In and Sara Tribble.
Chorus-Thelma Razor, Wilm.i
Hudgens, Hariette Trowbridge, Eve
lyn White. Delmar Bailes, Mark
Stewart. Dolly Pickel, Sara Tribbhi,
Annie Smith. Martha Rast, Annie
Pearman, Lois Pearman, Ruth Keese.
Mary Shankley, Francis Llgon, Mar
tha Lumpkin, F.oith Sasseen. Vir
ginia Frank, Mildred McKinney, Ma
rion Kay, Grace Pearman, Edna
Brissey, Mildred Bowie, Savannah
Ashley, Sara Strickland, < Blanche
Drake, Annie Fields, Fay Hall, Chris
tine MoFall, Janie Burrlss, Eualie
Broom, Felecia Toily, Eleanor Mc
Gregor, Ruth Fant.
Moorchead, Arthur Powel and Bruce
Chorus-Lesley Cobb, Hau rice Mc
neil, Marcum Sullivan, Clarence Jone?,
Yul; rey Glenn, Milton McLeasc, Ken
neth Waison, ThQS. Pruitt , Conner
Taylor, Janies Craig* Robt. Whitten,
Harold Co'.J, Armond Brissey, Jack
Ligon, Tobt. Bolt, Aaron Embrey
Reuben Burris?, Tom , Tolly, Asbuo
Wright, Louis Lawrence, Paul Cobb
Noell Cobb. Roy Ashley, Vivian Bow
ey. Joe Thompson, John Maxwell,
William Taylor, Fred Tolly, Rober!
Maxwell. Lamar Balles, Ed. Yarbor
ough', Billy Roi j, Wm: Wright.
Farmer Chorus-Soloist-H. B.
Chorus^-Annie Earle Farmer. Ma
rion Gray, Agnes? Riley, Laurie Dow
ling, Evelyn Browne, Elizabeth
Wright, Victoria Earle, Caroline Max
well, Elizabeth Hudgens, Lucy Bell,
Hazel Murphy, Thelma. Osborne, J fl
Webb, Claire Cobb, Cal Harris, Julian
Webb, Prichard Laughlin, Eugene Bar
ton, William Martin. Harvey Dick
son, Martin Neeley, Bruce White.
dPlufty Ruffles, Chorus-soloist
Mrs. Theo Fant.
0IRLS1 HAVE ? MASS
OF 8E?U1IFUL HAIR.
25-ccnt bottle destroys dandruff
and doubles beauty of your
Within ten minutes after an appli
cation of benderine you can not find
a singlo trace of dandruff or falling
hair and your scalp will not itch, bot
what will please you most will be
after a few weeks' use;.when you see
new "hair, fine and downy at first
yes^-but really hew; hair-growing all
over the scalp. KR v; * ;.
A - little' Dan der ino immediately
doubles Ute beauty or ypur hair. No
difference how* dull,'faded', brittle and
scraggy. Just moisten a cloth with
Danderino and ' carefully draw it
through your hair, taking one small
strand at a.time. The effect is amaz
ing-your hair will be light, fluffy and
wavy, and have an appearance of
abundance; an Incomparable lustre,
softness and luxuriance.
C?t a 215-cent bottle of Knowlton'**
Danderiae from any dr^yx store or
toilet counter, and prove that your
hair is aa pretty and soft as any
that jit Lia been neglected cr Injured
by careless treatment-that's Ul-1
you surely can have beautiful bair
Sud. tots ot lt if you wilt just try a
ttlo Danderino. ^
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?is?ii mi m
<'horus-'.Misses Huujcr, Wells
Wills, Finley, Wells, Cashin und
Mesdames Oelsberg. Roser, McLean
Messrs. -?diiun. Horton, Cely, "Jar
rett, Whit? il, Proctor, Dunn, Wal
kins, Lyon, Todd. Oelsberg.
Madame Carlosl Soto- \V. W.
Dance, Duo-Mrs. W. 10. Watson
and Mr. Proctor.
Spanish Dance- -Misses Fret wei I.
Cross. Hunter and Ulirdine.
Quartette- Messrs. Harton, Smith,
Hill and Luselster.
Duett-Mr- and Mrs. Fitzgerald.
Hoo/.ey Boo Chorus, Soloist -Mrs
11. II. Harris.
Chorus-Annie F irle Fanner, Ma
rion Gray, Agnes Kiley. Laura Dow
ling, Evelyn Drowne, Elizabeth
Wright. Victoria Karie. Caroline Max
well. Elisabeth' Hudgcns, Lucy Hall,
Huxel Murphy. Thelma Osborne.
High Cost o? Living. Soloists-Mrs.
li. ll. Harris and Mr. Welch.
Chorus-?Misses Finley, Horton,
Gllmer, Gray, Hunter, Wells', Cashin.
Mesdames Ross, McLean, Horton.
Oelsberg, Cochran, Watson.
Messrs. Horton, Marshall, Dunn.
(Jarrett. Lyon, Proctor.
College Chorus-Soloist-Miss Nell
lie w ley.
Chorus --Annie Earle Farmer, Ma
ion Grey, Agnes r.'iley. l*aura Dow
ling, Evelyn Browne, Elizabeth
Wright. Victoria Earle, Caroline Max
wejl. Elizabeth Hudgens. Lucy Hell
Hazel Murphy. Thelma Osborne, Jeri
Webb. Claire Cobb. Carl Harria. Ju
lan Webb,- Richard Laughlin, Eugene
barton. Wm. Martin. Harvey Dick
jon. Martin Neely. Bruce White.
Scasaw Song-Soloist-Mrs. Fitz
Committee-Mrs. F. F. Ross, Mrs.
Raymond Cochran and Mrs. Phelp*/
Moon.Chorus-Mrs. Katz Smith an?
Mrs. John E. Sadler.
Barn Dance-Mrs. Walter Kees?
ind Mrs. "Jim Craig.
Hayseed Chorus-Mrs. Clarcqc?
Tolly and Mrs. Geo. Eagle.
Farmer Chorus*-'Mrs. Marlon Llgon
ind Mrs. Fred Maxwell.
College C?or?s-'Mrs. RoBa Mc
Cully and Mrs. Joe Trowbridge.
Boogy Boo Chorus-'M?rs. Loyd
Cely and Mrs. Louis Horton.
Spanish Dance-Mrs. Raymond
Cochran and Mrs. H. Barton.
Fluny nufflos-Mrs. W. D. Mc
Lean and Mrs. C. F. Ross.
Loving Chorus-Mrs. J. T. Boll
and Mrs. H. B .Fitzgerald.
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* COMING AND GOING *
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.Mr. \V. H. Tucker o? tho Hopewell
section was a business visitor yes
Mrs. Bessie McCulla of Starr war
in Anderson yesterday.
Dr. W. I. Hailey of Hartwell, Ga.
was In the city tor a few hour? yes
?Bit. S. P. Shirley of the Loni
Branch section WUS' a business vlsi
Mr. R. W. Hammond of Sand;
Springs spent yesterday In thc city
The many friends of Mr. Ben O
Harris of Pendleton will, regret t?
'carn tf.mt he ls 11.1 with pneumonia.
Mr. S. M. Orr. Jr.. of : Hcardinori'
Ga., was a business visitor yester
?|-8. F. B. Gossett of Calhour
^alis was in Anderson shopping yes
terday. * . i., <
* LETTERS UNCALLED i'DR <
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Following is thc Hst of'letters re
.nain in g uncalled for. in tiic pos told ci
at Anderson, S. C.,.. for the weel
ending 'April '5, 1916.' Persons cull
ing for these will please say that the:
were advertised. One cent due on al
A-C. ?. Anderson, P. Gi Ack^r
B-William Boulond, Mira M ar?
Brown, li. ?A. Brown, Jas. E. Bast?n
George A. Boroughs,'Mrs. G. R. Bis
ton, Miss Eves Brown.
C^Mrs, Robbie Coats.
D-"Sarah Davis, Roby Debose
Miss (Mary 'Davis, Luther Duncan
E-K?- V. Brad.
F-;-Get)Vge ^FfteU, E. G. Finch.
G-'Belvia Greer, Mamie Grave.
'^H-~Mrs. Kiaz'c * Henderson, Mrs.
G.. J. Hillard,
.jr-Miss Beulah Jun kl ns.
L->J. L. Long, .Luther Ri. Lee
Mike Lavan ti?.
, M^W. H. Martin, M. D.- Martin
Mrs. J. P. ?Morgan, Mrs. E. Major
Mrs. Florence McBride, C. T, Miller
.Nr-^Mrs. Ella Nowell.
V^At, C.. Pattison, .Mrs. Lauri
Parks, 'Lula VltUr Mr?' Essie Parks.
* Tt-r-Frank Rit?iison,;. Ella Rucker.
8-M. JM.. Smith, Miss Marie Smith
Mrs. J\ El .Shuinaie,''Mrs. J. P.
Shumate, Miss Ethel Shirlo*, Mis*
Amanda -SthttfaV ' "
T-Miss Helen Tillman, Mrs. An
derson .Thompson, Pr. .J. T. Taylor.
L. W. Thorny v."
ifJP ty** WMlford, Miss Es
ter Williams, H..Wk"Wilson, W. W.
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Ladies, make a new Straw Hat
wkb "Colorite"-just paint it on.
Owl Drug Co.
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OF WONDERFUL RESULT
F. DARBY GAINS 20
POUNDS ON SIX BOTTLES
AGONY WAS AWFUL
Says Milk Nor Water Would Stay
on Stomach Long Enough to
"I have gained twenty (??) pounds
in weight and have relieved au ail
ment with which I Buffered for almost
a year and which had baffled tho lead
b>K physicians In a number of cities.
That ls what just six bottles of Tan
lac, the medicine you call the master
medicine, lias done for nie."
Thc speaker of this'more Utan re
markable statement was T. P. Darby,
an automobile mechanic employed by
The Central Garage, Anderson, who
resides at 1-7 North Mc Duffle St. .Mr.
Darby was for a year foreman of the
Gibbes Machinery Co.. of .Columbia,
one of thc largest linns of the kind in
the South, but. be explained, ill health
forced his removal from Columbia in
seurch of a satisfactory change in oil
mute. Hut. it was not the climate,
bc found, that caused his suffering.
Regarding his suffering and the re
lief Tanbie quickly gave him, Mr.
"I suffered with nervous indigestion
for almost a year. I lost a great deal
of weight, my stomach left me, and 1
got to where I could not work. I
would suffer awful agony after eat
ing, and neither sweet milk nor water
would stay on my stomneh long
enough to get warm. I would get so
nervous I could not control myself.
I'll tell you thc truth, I was in an
"One time at Atlanta, where I had
been lo consult a specialist, I got on
a train and when 1 realized where I
was I was at Gainesville, i had been
?ulTerlng so I bad lost Interest. In ev
erything. My wife got to where she
was afraid for mo to come up town
by myBelf, for fear I could not got
home if one of those attacks lilt me,
which came every time J ate nnvthlng.
"My heart began to go bad under
the strain. One night it felt a? if It
would burst and I perspired so I felt
as if I had been rained on. I tried
every way and everything I knew of
or was told of to get relief, but fail
ed. But, down at Columbia one day
i friend of mine told mo to take Tan
ac. I bought a bottle.
".Six bottles banished every blt of
that nervous indigestion. !. gained
twenty pounds while taking it, and
am in fine Shape now. I cnn eat a
hearty meal without suffering aiter
iwaids. I am strong, lively and happy,
and my nerves are In Ano condition.
My kidneys, which gave me a great
deal of trouble, are in good condition
now, thanks to aTnlac. I can't get
enough to cat, and have to light
against eating too much. I sure cnn
.recommend Tanlac. It is a wonderful
Tanlac, tho master medicine ls sold
axeluBWely in Anderson by Evans'
To LttdleH of Hopewell Community."
Tho Hopewell Social Circle will bc
uitertalned at Mrs. VV\ M. Martin's
V ;ursday afternoon April (Uh at
.'.vree o'clock. All aro Invited to
. The College Glee Club will
give a concert in the colege audi
torium Monday evening April 10,
The program will be varied and
interesting and those who have
not heard the Glee Club will do
well to avail themselves of this
opportunity. The price of tickets
is 25 cento.
The auto owner finds the Want
Ad the best medium of exchange.
Now ready for business.
We manufacture every
pound of Candy offered in
our place, using only the
. highest grade materials.
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Wo are well prepared to
' hardie-and BO!kit-special or*'.,
dors of all kinds. Ant hing you
: want made to order on short
' Comet by and let ns show .
: you a real candy-store.
Anderson Candy Laod :
Tho prettiest we've shown this season* and you'll have lo
n\Vn up that they are "some pretty"-the very last word in
city styles, all prettily made in one way ur another. We can't
tell how dandy they are-its up to you lo come in a hurry and
get your choice.
Opened yesterday poon sixteen, ready for today's selling.
They won't tarry long-they are made ol only the newer
and wanted materials, some of which are:
Champagne Taffeta-white Georgette trimming.
Gray Crepe de Chine-willi heit of blue and gold.
Belgian Blue Chiffon-Silver embroidered.
Wistaria Rose Taffeta-trimmed with rose and white crepe.
Gray Dresden Crepe de Chine-rose trimming. ?
Wistaria Crepe de Chine-with touches of embroidery.
Green Georgette Crape-with picot edge, velvet and em-,
Blue Charmeuse Satin-combination nf stripe t?llela and tan
PRICES $18.50 TO $35.00
Sizes io to 4?
New Arrivals In
, Spring Suits
We have just placed
on display, "one flight
up," a n u m h e r of
smart, new Suits.
Stylish models in
whipcord,;'etc., with de
cidedly \ new touches
that d?stirtguish Ultim
from the ^ordinary, '
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??. . ti * i ?? * 1!/.' 1 > f ?
X varied ."collection
of beautiful .and be
coming models at
in Navy, Copen, Black,
i -You won't /ind newer, prettier garments, .nor. better
Values elsewhere in lines that .vre featured at $ 18 to #25. .
TAFFETA S ULT S
. We are showing a pretty line of $25.0^Taffeta Suits-In
Navy and.Black-at $20.00 Bach. lp
Our New York resident buyer keeps us in touch with all thc
newest wrinkles and is shipping suits to thc Bee Hive every
day-in today, out tomorrow. That's thc way we do. busi
ness. -\. r ' t_>.'. ?' ? > -
In addition to Specials quoted above wc have other, pretty
suit? from $10,00 up. ' " : '"
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