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S }.5o is a mighty good price to
pay for a shoe or oxford if you
make sure it's a Snow.
In style they carry out the ideas
if tlie higher priced goods; in
quality they're without an equal
at near their price.
The above is only one of many
styles in ail leathers here.
"The Store icilh a Conscience"
ll yBHWU Genuine Gastona
l?nS^S?! Always / .
ll '^uSS^j Bears the
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CALOMEL ISMMY! IT SIC^NS!
?OMsert Ul? ton?
Better Tfcia CfJ^ijsfi4tt^$-&, .v ^^-^^^'?o^St ?nSSlSSl you
- : " 'yrT ' ' '< ,-?J . ?wfckjtifc tba .?toro and get- your -money.
Listen to mot'^Tako no mo?.?lok? ;DpW*V Liver ;Tone is defying the
??mi ssli?itin? calomel wher? billouVor '?ate of calomel' husma* H iii teal liter
conaSpsted? ?on't lose a day's work! medicine; entirely ?egetoWe^herefore it
CWonuTl Jj mercury -or <mfcka}lyer ead not salivate or nu*o'y<mrsfcfc_
?ilK&?* i 'rt ? - tW- .boW i I fruariintei!' that- ono spoonful of Tiod
SSmnel vHten li corn?s into confect eon's Liver Tone will put; your^?Isl?
Of^Cu? "all krtocWvottt." if your lng you feel miserable. ? guarantee thai
? ?s toroid and bowels ^itsMatod a "bott?* of Dyson's Xiver Tone M
nr'Lu ShcadRcbe. di?rn?B?,Tcoat?l k?&p ybuV-?ntim, family feeling uno ?or.
I ^hreatVU ba 1 Or stoma?h ?mt months., Give it to your children. It ts
n^Siffi otVhamlcs. ?od.. harmless; doesn't grip? out they like lt?
?^m?^^^^^^ " pi^sssat taste. . J._."";
CONVENES WITH NEW PROS
PECT CHURCH APRIL
29TH AND 30TH
Will Take Part in ExercUes-Ses
aions Begin on Saturday
Morning at 10:30.
Folioing is the program of Union
Meeting District No. 4 to convene;
with New Prospect church Suturdav j
and Sunday, April 29th and 30Ut.
10::i0-DeTotional servieo conduct-1
ed by Dr. James P. Ivinard.
ll-Sermon by J. A. Anderson or!
il. ?B. Pant. Enroll delegater,; nils-1
crllancons business; dinner.
2 p. m.-1.-Leakage in our|
churches-J. W. Bskew and Dr. J.
II.--How- Ut get. each individual I
member of the church to see and dlsr- I
charge h! 3 duty to every cause fos
tered hy our denominational enter
prise-P. M'"Burnett; J. A. Ander
sen and O. Li. Martin, 20 minutes
' Song service and Sunday school to
:>e arranged by superintendent and
?ll a. m. -Sermon by Hev. O. L
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Chorus to Meet..
Tho music . coroniitteo, refiue.it nil
tho tenors* snd basses who will assist
la the binging in the Carolina chorus
fnr ?he Federation ?of Women'a clubs
to meet at Mrs. O. IJ? Mart?n- this
evening at 8 o'clock. And the entire
chords are asked to meet in the Sun- !
day school room of tho Baptist school
on Friday afternoon at half past five.
Miss Buena Johnson returned yes
terday from Pickens whero she has I
Leen teaching far tho past few |
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Babb have j
'armed cards announcing the mar
riage of their daughter Susie Bell to
Mr. Stuart White Robb on Saturday
April 8, 1916, at their home. Rock Hill, |
'Mrs. Rabb 'is a ^raduato of Win
throp college, she having graduated |
there tho same year Mr. Rabb grad
uated ot Clemson college. She is a I
very charming and attractive young j
Mr. Rabb is a young man of
splendid character and holds the
position as overseer in the cloth
room at Orr mill.
Both haye the cordial good wishes
of a host of friends.
Miss Moore Leaves.
Ml-J Miry Moore left yesterday for
her home a. Clinton, N. 'Y., after al
mcnitbs' stay In the city. She is a
very bright and attractive young wo- '
man, and made a host of friends dur
ing her stay hero.
OltOAMZEI) BAILY CA CLASS
Andersen People Went to Starr on
. Sunday Afternoon.
A baroca class waa organized in
the Sunday school of the Cross.Roads j
Baptist church af Starr?, on- Sunday!
afternoon with 12~ charter members
A ?quartettes from Anderson, composed,
of.'Messrs. -Prod Tribble, Cpas. Dahn. !
B- King ?and H. B. Fitagerald, !
was. present and rendered a few se
lections. Ocher Anderson people !
who. were . pr?sent included Mrs. H.,
B. Fitzgerald, C. C. Dargan, Dr. A.
hi sm ein ern.
LOOK AT A CHILD'S :
FIl?O ?ND SICK)
Take No Chances! Move Poisons!
From Liver and Bowels at
Mothers can rest easy after giving
"California Syrup ot Flgu," because
in a few hours all the clogged-up
waste, sour bile and fermenting food j
gently moves out of the 'bowels, and
you have a welt, playful child again.
Children simply will not take time
from play to empty their bowels, and
they bre?me tightly pecked, liver gets
sluggish and I stomach disordered.
When-cross, feverish, restless, see
If tongue In coated, then glVe this de
ll clou.'- "fruit: IsJoattve.'' Children
iovo I :. and it can not cause injury- :
No d. rf erence what ails your ll Wie one;
--if full of cold, or a sore throat, diar
rhoea, * Btomach-ache, bad breath, re
member,, a gent?o "incido cleansing"
Should always bo the first treatment
given. Full directions tor babies, chil
dren ot- au- ages and j grown-ups are
printed on enc h bottle.
Pe\\nire of counterfeit fig eyrupc.
Ask your druggist for & SO-cent bot
tle Ot "California .Syrup, ot 'Ff**."
then look 'carefully .and sae that H. "
made by tit* .''CaUfornia Fig Syn
Oompany."" We make tu* smaller slrx
Hand back with converapt any other j
tig syrup.' . ?
200 TIMES THOUGHT
DAUGHTER IS DEMO
FATHER OF MRS. MARY KERN
ELS SAYS HE WISHED
IS ANDERSON CASE
Aftering Suffering Untold Agony
for ll Months, Anderson Wo
man Marvelously Aided
' The scene, as pictured, was oh?>
tb ?stlir the soul to' Its depths with
commingled sorrow and pity.
The motlier, father, husband and
children and several neighbors anx
iously gathered around thc sufferer,
whose agony apparently was beyond
understanding or description. Tho
suffering mother, her usually sweet
and handsome face drawn and ghas'
ly, was writhing in the throes of
agony that amounted almost to con
vulsions. The doctors had been call
ed, but had not arrived. They had
called, many times before, uni had
sahl these often repented attack?
were due ,to a stomach trouble. Dut
their* knowledge and skill were in
competent to combat this working cf
This Bufferrcr was Mrs. Mary Ker
nels, of 16 Hammett St., Anderson,
tho wife of l?. W. Kernels. She 's
a woman widely known in tho Pied
mont Section of South Carolina, ho
ing promintntly connected by blo.v)
.ind marriage to a mininer of tho
best known families of Anderson,
Uie-enville, Picken: nnd Oe?nee coun
But Tanlac, tho master medici ?..?.
did w'mt .nothing else on earth
j seemed aldo to do tn bring her re
lief from them terrible attacks, wh!'.*ii
tufton came na ? ?rcn.ucntly as four
limes a day., In less than tiireo
? .veeks after she began taking this
' wonderful preparation, she had gain
ed ten (10) pounds in weight; and
her ailment, which bad kept ?1er in
j bed or in a greatly weakened condi
tion for eleven (ll) consecutive
I months, during which time she lind
.suffered at least'two hundred . (200)
of these convulsions, hod been ban
ished. Ten. days after she, a bei -
! ridden sufferer, began taking Tanlui.
sho had recovered her health and
Rtrength sufficiently to do her house
work and to go visiting, she said.
lt was a wonderful story she told i
of her suffering and recovery, and
equally as wonderful were tho de
tails supplied by her father, who.i
with her husband, and mother weie
in the room during the interview.
Mrs. Kernel's futher, G. W. Hale,
of 16 Hammett St., said:
wHor suffering was so ter-iblc and
so intense that we had laid her out,
thinking her dead, at leant two hun
dred (200) times during tho last
eleven (ll) months. Scores of
times when she'was laid out, 1 hop
ed she really was dead so she could
net have to longer endure that awful
agony. But she was relieved In Juit
two weeks by Tanlac, and now, fif
teen days after she began taking lt.
she ls up and goeB out visiting. For
five yearn sho suffered these at
tacks after eating, and we had done
everything possible for her. Durlrs
the past year we spent at leoat $GQU
for doctors' bills for her. But the
only relief she obtained was in Tan
lac. It is the greatest medicine on
Regarding her Buffering, and the
great relief Tanlac gave her, Mrs.
"I suffered from chronic stomach
trouble and indigestion for live
years. I steadily became worse de
spite all. treatment. I would hare
spells. Just after, eating that would
resemble convulsions, so - great wa?
ibo. agony. . I would-often bc in bed
as long as a month after one of these
attacks., Beginning-'.eleven: month J
ago, I been,- until about, twi
weeks ago, too. sick to do anything
around the house.-and was in tho bcd.
or in a chair the greater part of the
"Last Brunner I was twice operat
ed^ on at a hospital here, but these
operations gave mo no relief nor re-,
spite from my suffering. When they
carried mo to a hospital last Au
gust on a- Thursday, I did not kno.v
until the following Sunday where 1
was, so Intense was the agony I suf
fered. 1 was unconscious' ia a way.
?VTJie Monday before I began tatf
ing Tanlac on Tuesday afternoon, 1
had an attack of this trouble and
had two doctors to see me. They
said: my case-was hopeless, and that
they knew , of nothing which would
give me relief. They said, though,
that an operation might,possibly help
me - some-a remote ' possibility, they;
plainly stated. It was my stomach
w h Ich won ld have bee n. operated on.
"I bad been In -bed six weck?, and
r was told that my-trouble was not
? like any case they had seeen report-'
ed, but it was known I had stomach
trouble. My kidneys also wero in
bad shape, i had rebumntlsm a
great deal. Everything I ate would
sour on my stomach.
"We had done everything we could
think of to give mo relief, but to no
avail, ? My -huBband had bought a
\ bottle of Tanlac tor my daughter,
who had a form cf stomach trouble,
mild aa camparod with raine, how
ever, and it waa greatly helping her.
tl? satdr 'Try Tanlac. Mary.*" So,
"I have now ,tafeen a iUtlo over two
.bottles : of Tanlac, cod -I have gained
at least ian > (10) pounds tn weight
1 ?m doing my housework n?v/, and T.
$*?;iaktag,TanWv4?i6t Alleen <15>
days ago. My 1 ittlo. girl bel ps sn?
some. I feel fine In every way.
though I am, of course, a little weah
after a year of continuous suffer
"The very first dose of Tanlac
made the convulsion, or Bpell, which
followed my meal much less painful,
and Tlio attacks after each subse
quent meal gradually became less un
til, within a week, they were none
entirely. Just think ! Tanlac put a
trtop to those terrible attacks in a
weck.i lt ts wonderful, and no ono
who does not know how 1 suffered,
only -those who watched over me as l
writhed in agony can fully appreciate
and understand Just what wonderful
relief Tanlac gave me. i will never
quit praising Tanlac.
"When I told my doctor of what 1
was taking, when he asked me whit
was giving me so much relief, he said
he certainly was glad of lt, so great
WSB tho relief Tanlac was giving me.
Ho had said my case was hope
"I stay hungry all the tinto now.
and what I oat does no*, hurt me M
all, but my food digesta well and is
nourishing mo. It ls wonderful, real
ly, kow Tanlac has relieved my suf
fering und has restored my health.
I have written all my relatives abot't
lt. and some of them are now tilting
it. too. 1 sure, can recommend Tan-j
lac, and do praise it to the sklCB."
Evans' 'Pharmacy; Anderson, will
answer any inquiries- regarding tho
reliability of the persons named
DEATH SUlti. ROBE SfoX&Ht
Occurred on Munday Afternoon-After
Mrs. Rose T.'lce McNalr, slater of
Mrs. Florence Thompson of thlB city,
died cn Sunday . afternoon at the
county hospital after a prolonged ill
ness. Funeral service* were held
yesterday afternoon at Mrs. Thomp
son's home, conducted by tho hov. T.
C. O'Dell ami tho Kev. Witherspoon
Mrs. McNalr came to Anderson
from Jacksonville, Fla., about three
months ago, being ill at tho time.
About a week ago an operation was
performed with tito hopes that this
might savo her life.' However, thin
? Mrs. McNalr to S survived . by her
mother, six sister.-,- and four h rath-?
SPEAKS FRIDAY AFTERNOON
Distinguished Visitor Will Be nt First
Misa C?eorginia ' Fresa of Alexan
dria, Egypt, and a- direct lineal des
cendant of the famous beauty. Cleo
patra VI, will speak on Friday after
noon ei. fi o'clock in the First Pres
byterian church, ell ladies of tho city
and community being invited. Miss
Fress is to be a missionary and is
spending a tyhort time in the United
States completing her ntudies pre
paratory to her work.
FEET AREN'T ACHING
Use "Ti*" for Tender, Puffed-up,
Burning, Calloused Feet
People who are forced to stand on
their feet all day know what sore,
tender, sweaty, barning feet mean.
They une "Tie," and "Tiz" eurea their,
feet i Ight up. It keeps feet la perfect
condition. "Tlz" 1B the only remedy in
the world that draws out nil the pois
onous exudations which puff up the
feet and cause tender, sore, tired,
aching feet. It instantly stops the
pain in corns, callouses and bunions.
It's simply glorious. Ah! how com
fortable your feet feel after < using
"Tiz." You'll, never limp or draw up
your face In pain. Your shoes won't
tighten and hurt your feet;
Get a ?5-eent box of "Tin" now from
any druggist. Just think i. A whole
year's foot comfort for only, ia cents.
To cook with is the most
convenient fuel to be
And at is the cheaper,
too ttfaep the least bk of thought
and attention ia given Vu.
Try it for awhile, and
yoa will like It There are many
satisfied asere of gao fn Ander?
h's just the thing to
heat the bath.room with.
Did You G et Your Suit
Lots of others took
advantage of our
And it you have a suit
need you'll be wise to come
over to our place early. We
still have a splendid stock as
to sizes, colors and material"!
Suits at.$ 9.40
Suits at. 11.25
Suits at. 15.00 *
Suits at. 16.90
Suits at. 18.75
Suits at. 20.60
Suits at. 24.40
Suits af. 26.25
Suits at. ,. 28.90
lo.oo Suits at. . 30.00
15.no Suits at. 33.75
Suits al. 37.00
Of course, you don't expect us to charge them. We make
We're Ready W'ith a
of New Spring Models in the
The new Styleplus Spring
models are so smart ?ind cleverly
tailored that you really owe it to
yourself to inspect this line of
clothes before you look else
where. The models and materials
are .varied, the patterns admir
able, ^any suits are silk lined.
There .are suits for every man
her|l*;|^uii^ or old. So come
here tb Anderson's only Styleplus
store-and look 'em over.
Also, we want you to see our big $12.50 value tn Blue Serge
at $10.00. '
-And thc prettiest showing of Men's , and Young Men's
Gray, Brown and Fancy Worsteds we've ever made-full
St 5.00 valuesatfi 12.5o. ' .