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Just Before Easter
You'll begin to think over the costume for
this occasion. As a suggestion
-everything that heart could desire in the
way of pretty spring goods, of the highest
We Offer These Specials
For Saturday and Monday
Apr 8th and 10th
7 Spools ol Silk<>linc Tine'.ul-in ;il
colors, f??r .
S3.00 0x12 Matting Arl Squares-in
beautiful designs, Bach.
I Oe Dimity (Riecks and Stripes
thc yard .
7 I -2 Curtain Goods, Hie
One lol of Children's Dresses, worth up lo
Ladies' Oxfords, worth up lo $2.00
Ladies' $15.00 Spring Suits, ?n I h
Men's Si.75 Palm Beach Slippers,
the pair ..
B? Fleishman & Bros.
20 to 40 Per Cent Saved on Every Purchase
Public Square t Anderson, S. C.
Lecture For the Opening
Night of Our Chautauqua
Photo by Moffatt, CIUCURO.
WILLIAM RAI NEY BENNETT.
TO7ILLIAM RAINBY BENNETT, who ls io lecture her* ?be opening day of
ChautavQua week, ls known in tho Lyceum and Chautauqua world ss
? "The Man Who Can!" Ho has a lecture'on this subject; tho thouin of which ls
..that "be can who thinks he cnn;" that in every brain there la n sleeping genius
and that lt csu be awakened. The lecture which hei given helps young men
and. women \o lind themselves. It gives them health, poise and power. It la
'. absolutely different from thc ordinary lecture of this type- Every laugh comes
.,In naturally. Nothing ls forced. Other lectures which he gives arc entitled'
'.Tho MaBter Thought" and "Machines und Millionaires."
William ItoIney Bennett was raised ou a farm and, like so many successful
men of .the present.'day, has many a time warmed his' lune feet on frosty
mornings where the rows have lain. He-worked bis way through college.
'Starting In with $10, ho graduated ' with fnoney in his pocket, having, paid bbs
way by singing. Since then he has doue postgraduate work In two uni verei
tle*. Hi? ?Hermon lectures have been published In full ns feature? of some of
the metropolitan: newspapers.
Daily intelligencer Want Ads Bring Results
BIG CEREMONIAL OF
Atlanta Meeting in June Will
Eclipse Any of Kind Ever
pAtlanta. April ti- Five thousand
shinier* from thu Southeastern Al
lant ir Klates are coining to Atlanta
June 1st for a ceremonial that for
magnitude and oriental splendor pro
mises lo eclipse any effort '..cretofo t
put forth hy any other Sb ritters tem
ple in the south.
Most. Illustrious Imperial High
Priest and Prophet Presland Kendrick
ci' Lulu Temple, Philadelphia, will
bu the gucvt of honor. Potentates of
sixteen othe.- temples, with their pa
trols ami bauds have also been in
Potentate Waller P. Andrews and
his, committees of Yaarab Temple of
Atlanta have completed details ?if an
elaborate program, which for big
features will mark an epoch In shrin
edom in the south.
lu tho afternoon there will be a
grand parade which will require mon
than an hour to pass in review. Fot i
thousand shritiers will take part.
After the big parade, r.uppcr will bc
served In Atlanta's immense auditor
ium, whic-'i is to he the scene ol thc
The decorations of the big building
the stage settings and the royal
throne of the potentate will be elab
orate even to the minutest detail.
Several hundred musicians will take
patt In thc grand concert which open--.
Hie auditorium program.
A Korgcous and spectacular oriental
pageant will ptecede the divanx to
their stations, participated lu by five
flu nd red nobles lu the gaudy cos
tumes of the orient. The visiting
potentates and the guest of honor,
dllustrloiii* Kendrick will next 1 be
formally Introduced. Thirty minutes
will then ho given to tho visiting
patrols for exhibition drills.
At tho conclusion of the drills, thc
united bands of music will play
"America" and thc visiting pot til) tates
will retire to their boxes.
The ceremonial follows and will
continue until midnight. Two hun
dred "sons of ti'.ie desert" will he forc
ed aero HU the burnings sands.
MOTHER DOG CUDDLES UP
HUGE KING SNAKE WITH
A LITTER OF BABY PUPS
Atlanta, April ti.-Tho famous mo
tion picture of a Hnake crawling
around a bird's neBt without bothing
the tiny baby birds, which aro com
monly supposed to lie thc- choicest o'
all fooil for smilies, ls emailed by an
Atlanta butcher who raises white pit
pull dogs. Ills registered thorough
bred female has a litter of puppies
i two weeks old that ideen wita a large
long snake every night, and thc moth
er dog cuddles up tho king snake
with apparently BS much affection cs
alie bestows on ber own offspring.
The butcher keeps the king snake
in his market to catch the rats, find
ing lt far better than cats or nt
torrlers or rat traps, and th ? snake
and t-'.io bull dog aro the best of
friends. Whon the puppies arrlvcj
and tho mother dog made a bed for
them In the basement of the niarke*.
1 the king found it a most enjoyable
place to sleep. Tho dogs do not ob
I Ject to the snake.
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* TUE EXCHANGES +
lt muy sound paradoxical. Hut
when soldiers get a chock, a lot of
thom casli in.-The State.
And what bau becomo of thu old
fashioned man who used to write tes
timonial;! for patent medicines?-An
Every young papa knows that there
are times when a trunk strap ls a
stern necessity.-The State.
If we could get some of tu?au buiii
gerents who are capturing trenches
to bring them over to Florida we
might u.io them to drain thc Ever
If Rock HUI becomes a county
seat itH next ambition will bo to be
come thc capital of Ute otate, and
possibly iatcr on, tho capital of the
nation. Hurrah for Rock HUI.-Lau
What baa beconte of the old fash
ioned German general who UBed to
capture 50.000 Russians at a clip?
Put In a limited amount of cotton
Mr. Farmer, and next fall if there
ls an over-production you will have
an easy conscience besides.-Lancas
Experts sitting comfortably at office
desks assure us that the (Shackleton
party cannot starve in the neighbor
hood of the South pole! Might it not
prove comforting to have his assur
ance by wireless.-Florida Times-Un
Chimmio Fadden is a candidate for
the senate from Now Jersey. His
election would introduce an entirely
now element into that solemn bodyfl
Villa is reported as holding all the
passes, with presumably one through
the Carranzlsta lines.-Wall Street
Journal. ? .'j
Those Congressmen who want , to
Warn Americans abroad ought them
selves to be - getUng some - warnings
from - Americans "back home.'!-.
Charleston News and Courier.
If Carranza interferes . with tho
free use ot the railroads, lt may be
necessary to railroad . Carranza.
Washington Post ?
DE GIVEN OUT
Merlin. April 0- Meat carda will be
Introduced in Bavaria und Saxony
April 15. They permit the consump
tion ot one-third . pound per capita
daily except two meatless day? each
week. >Uavaria is forbidden the sale
of canned meats, whole hams pr
whole Ui.isagc to individuals to pre
vent the accumulation of stocks itf ad
vance. Individual meat cards will
probably not bc issued in Merlin. The
supply to each retailer will be limit
Edmund I (os tami, ibo poet, Is^tak
lng an -Isolation cure of Hire'.' month-',
which he is passing in bed. Ile secs
nobody except one servant and every
one must take pains not to make any
noise in tho house, ile receives no
letters or communication with-'.Ahe
outside world except through t ic
Arnold Bennett, the novelist, bays
that lt ls easier tc write a play than
a novel, and that he would rallier write
two plays (han one novel.
Minneapolis has a school where boya
are taught to bake cakes, pies and
bread, and to become accomplished in
various other domestic duties.
Counterfeit news from Mexico ls
worse than i unterfeit money. In
property loss.-Chicago News.
HAS WON ft. LAST
T. E. EPTING SAYS HE SUF
FERED KEENLY FOR
HAS LOST FAITH
Spent Great Sum for Medicine,
But None Aided Him-Finally
Found Relief in Tanlac.
Bulli Tanlac attained unprecedented
popularity immediately ' following' Us
introduction in tho South less than a
year ago, the instances of men of
prominence la business and soclal^lifo
giving public endorsements to a jpro
priotary medicine were remarRablo
for their rarity. Thousands through
out this state ana the South-many
of them people of prominence In j>ub
I He, commercial and social ' life pave
9!X?n for. publication, strong endorse
ments of Tanlac. t^e.^i^B?er^ medicine,
which brought thom relief "tlfey con
sidered truly remarkable..
Ono of the latest men of high busi
ness and social Btar.din&> to praise
Tanlac for the - specific relief lt
brought him is T.. E. Epting, one of
the beat known jewelers of Columbia,
who conducts his business at 1000
Gervais St. His statement endorse
ment endorsing TA'nlac ls one which
should create a profound Impression
throughout South Carolina.
Mr. Epting hus 'been a resldont of
Columbia for a goodly number, of
years, and In the past made his resi
dence In several other cities. For
twenty years he baa been a sufferer
with indigestion and certain accom
panying ailments, lt is a logical con
clusion that Mr. Epting did everything
pos: 'ble to combat his troubles, for
he says Tanlac baa given him greater
relief than any other modicine.
"After I bought my first bottle of
Tanlac, I did not take any of lt, but
placed the bottle on a shelf. The rea
son I did so was that I had taken BO
much medicine without securing re
Mef that I had no faith- in any. Two
weeks later Mrs. Epting said: 'That
Tanlac must bc doing, you a great
deal of good. I notice the bottle,
though paid for, is yet unopened,' "
said Mr. Epting.
Continuing. Mr. Epting, said: ..
"I suffered from Indigestion for
twenty years. But, after bearing for
some tom.- nbuut ibo great relief Tan
lac bad brought others I bough* a
"My relief through the use of Tan
lac was: It has donc me a whole lot
of ?nod in many ways. I have taken
ten or moro bottles, even thong.i I
was slow in beginning it, even after
I had bought my first bottle.
"I now recommend Tnnlac because
of the relief it gave me, and it has
beon of more relic! to me than any
other medicine I have ever taken.* I
would not like to be without Tanlac
for anything." . t< y
Mr. Epting said lie had urged a
scoru or more persons to take Tan
lac for their troubles.
Commenting on this statement, T.
W. Galyon, 'slate agent for Tanlac.
said: "Although the list of * promi
nent men who have .endorsed Tanlac.
is a lon? one, I recall a Tew loading
names that lend both dignity and
credit to tho entire array. Some ot
. "Ben. P. Newman. Southern Rali
way freight ageat at Columbia; C.
W. Mangum, sheriff of Pulton county,
Atlanta, Ga.; Jungo McKcnilo Moss,
of. the eighth district, ot Kentucky;
Mosas H. Glenn, superintendent of
printing of the state of Kentucky;
Col. John B. Gaines; editor -and .pub
lisher. Bowling Green. Ky.; C. C.
Coopor, president , of Georgia Cotton
Ol! Co.: H..W. HUI. hank president of
South Pittsburgh,. Tann:; S. S. Shep
pard, former city councilman of At
lanta, Ga. and many others whose
names have been given to tho public."
'> Tanlac the master medicine, is sold
.exclusively by Evans* Pharmacy, Two
In this year
Select Easter "I
White canvas rubber sol
growing giris, good and sut
21-2 to 7. a $2 value, herc
tomorrow for .
Veranda pumps plain whi
black and black with white
kind. $2 values, here tomor
row for .
White canvas bund turned
pumps for girls, kid lined ?
fitter. $3 value, here tomor
row for .
l'aient leather Mary Jam
rlbhon bow and colonial. $2
vulue. here tomorrow for....
l'aient hand turned Mary J
upper. S3 value, here tomor
row for .
Hr?nze pumpa for ladles
heels. Colonials and turned s
fortable and ; :ssy. S3 value
hero for .
buy Easter ,Footwe
Under Masonic Tempi
NOTICE TU CREDITORS
All person having claims against
the estate of Peter Webb, deceased,
are hereby notified to present them
properly proven to the undersigned
within the time prescribed by law,
and those Indebted to make settle
M. M. Hunter,
Pendloton, S. C. Admr.
NOTICE FINAL SETTLEMENT
The undersigned, administratrix of
tho estate of T. M. Dodd, deceased,
hapnhw mitAi. ..",!"" tu... BWA ?rill -'
April 20th. 1916. at 1\ o'clock a. m.,
apply to tho Judge of probate for An
derson county fdr a dual settlement
of said estate and a discharge from
her office as administratrix.
MrB. F. E. Dodd,
March 18, 1916. ../ ,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All persons having claims against
tho estate of Julia Ann Anderson, de
ceased", are hereby notified* to present
them properly proven to tho, under
signed within the time prescribed by
law, and thoso indebted to make set
J. H. Z. Anderson.
March 29, 1916. *..\
WHEN WILL I SAVE?
Spring has come,
the years is 1-4 gone
and yet I have not join
ed the throng who put
aside something each
Resolve: That I
will begin the first, pay
day in April.
What WM I Sa ve
ril put aside not less
, than 25 per cent. of.my
; How Will I Save-^
' I'll put my "money each
pay day in the Savings
j Club of
Bank of Aodersoa
The Strongest Banlc in
's Easter Parade Footwear
-.ow Cuts" early. These Specials
.day make shopping worth
fhi?e at this store
c shoos for
tc, white willi
[ Mary Jane
j pumps with
ano with gray
ole, very com
Sample slippers for ladt es, vires 3 1-2, 4,
.i 1-2, medium narrow last. Worth $2.50.
Sii.OU. on oalc tumor- <?> 11 (TftfTh
row for .?J5 A m\J\J
The newest in patent leather and dull
kid cononial pumps tor ladies, largo
.Mickies. Very latest. $7 <J?C AA
values, here for.?PiJ?\/W
Goodyear welt slippers for men in tan
nnd 'black, wide round toe and worth $3.50
easily. One sale tomor- /ltfY
row for . .iPO.W
White canvas rubber sole oxfords for
men, blucher style. $2 .value. d?1 OBJ
hero tomorrow for_.?P-A
Hand turned lace oxfords for ladies for
every day wear, thc most comfortable tdin
pcr ever worn, rubber, heel .'attached,
$3.50 value, herc tomor- <tO tZf\
row for . .?PA .OW
Not Hie inferior kind, hut made by the
best people. Whites and black,
each pair fh a box.
Better service. More satisfaction if you
3 BROS. SHOE CO.
Shoes That Satisfy
CALOMEL DYNAMITES YOUR LIVER!
MAKES YOU SICK AND SALIVATES
"Dodson's Liver Tons" Starts Your Liver
Better Tb? Calomel and Yes Oonl
Lose a Day's Work
Liven up your sluggish liver? Feel
Ano and cheerful; make your work a
pleasure; foe vigorous and full of ambi
tion. But take JIO nasty, dangerous
calomel because it makes you sick'and
you may lose a day's work.
( Calomel is mercury or quicksilver
which cauces necrosis of tne bones.
Calomel crashes into sour bile* like
dynamite, breaking it up. That's when
you feel that awful nausea and cramping.
Listen to me!* If you want, to enjoy
tho nicest, gentlest liver and bowel
cleansing VOL ?vcr experienced just'take j
a spoonful: of harmless Dodson's Liver
Tone tonight. Your druggist or dealeT
?ells you u fiO cent bottlo of Dodson's
Liver Tone under my personal money
back guarantee that each spoonful will
clean your sluggish ''.liver better than a
dose of nasty calomel and that it won't
make you sick. . .
Dodson's Liver Tone is real liver
medicine. You'll know it next morning
because you will wake up feeling fine,
your liver will bc working; keudaclw
and dizziness gone; stomach will bo
sweet and bowels rcgulur.
Dodson's Liver Tone ie entirely vege
table, therefore harmless, and cnn not
s:il i va te. Give it to your children.
Millions of people aro using Dodson's
Liver Tone instead of dangerous calomel
now: Your druggist Will tell you that
the sale of Calomel is almost stomped
In Connection With . ;" ,
BLUE RIDGE RAILWAY
From Anderson, S. C;
i $10.2? New orleans, La. Tickets on sale April ll, 12.. IB," 16r! 17;
limited April 30,1016. , : r}^
$16.25 Washington, D. C. Tickets on salo April 12, K, 16; limited
Mar 12, 1816,
I- $ 4.60 Atlanta, Qa. Tickets on sale April 23 to 28; limited May 2,
T$ 1616. .
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