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A Hint to "Mothers
of Growing Children
A rVftld Laxative at Regular
Intervals Will Prevent
. A vital point upon which all schools
of medicine seem to agree is that nor
mal regularity of the bowels is an es
sential to good health. The impor
tance of this is impressed particularly
on mothers of growing children. . :
A very valuable remedy that should j
he kept in every hume for use as oe- j
casion arises is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup
Pepsin, a compound of simple laxa-'
live herbs that has been prescribed by.
Dr. W. H. Caldwell, of Monticello,
lil., for moro than iwcnty-five yearn,
and which can now bu obtained in any
well stocked drug store for fifty cents .
a bott IP. ,
In a recent letter to Dr. Caldwell.'
Mrs. H. C. Turner, 844 Main St., Dur-1
lalo. N. V.. says. "I nought o bottle
of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin for
my baby. Roland Leo Turner, and lind
ir. w.orks just like you.said it would,
lt Is line for the stomach and bowels."
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KOLAMI LKE Tl'UN Kit
A bottle of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup
Pepsin should he In every home. A
trial botte, free of charge can be ob
tained by writing to Dr. W. H. Cald
well. 454 Washington St., Monticello,
With their arms looked around each
other, with every muscle straining and
with faces set, the two men wrestled
and swayed on tho narrow window
ledge, first one having the advantage
and then the other.
.Just as they were about to lose
their balance and fall together. a
young attorney in Mr. Hountreo's of
fice rushed into tho room and drugged
them back. Windows and partitions
wero smashed und both mea were
painfully cut by broken gla?*.
Tho fight started over a lawsuit in
. which Mr. Davis ls a litigant and Mr.
Rountroe represents tho opporlng par
WHEN MEN GRAPPLE ON
NARROW WINDOW LEDGE
Atlanta. Ga.. April ll.-While a
erfin d r f horrified spectators looked
on with baled breath, expecting every
moment to kee both belligerents fall
lo their death. William J. Davis, a
pinininent Atlanta banker, and Oan
W.iRountrce, a well known Atlanta
lawler, fought yesterday afternoon on
the ledge of a window of Mr. Roun
tree's office on tho fourth floor of tho
Trust Company of Georgia build mg.
' Becomingncss is the keynote
and suitability the aim of good
millinery. Our great variety of
styles, shapes and sizes, insure
becomingness and suitability,
. at our very moderate prices.
\. New Sailors of all shapes
i and sizeS, chic little close fitting
Turbans, medium rolling ef
fects and the still larger flaring
styles, cleverly trimmed in.
scores of beautiful new effects.
New Coat Suits, New Dresses, and a large assortment of
Children's Hats and Children's Dresses just in. We will ap
preciate the opportunity of showing you.
M. S, NIMMQNS
Next to Parker & Bolt's
An ounce of prevention is worth
a pound of cure. This is tho
day of PREVENTIVE MEDI
CINE. Nowhere ls this so nec
essary as in regard to the care
of , the TEETH. Visit the den
tist ,^VTff,LE AST twice a year, whether you .think you need it or not.
Let him give your teeth a thorough cleaning, search out the beginnings
qf,'.decfty,.clean off tho tartar, and In general PREVENT those dental
evils that are likely .tb grow on .you unawares;
; ' J . DR. HENRY R. WELLS, p
Office Over Farmers & Merchunts Bank.
Ros'd AH? s 'Phone (iii. Audcrsou. 8. C. Office 'Phone S27.
(Special to The Intelligencer.)
Seneca, April ll-You can never
tell what u leap-year will bring
forth. It was generally; conceded
that Hon. Prank H. Shirley, of
Oconee county was a "confirmed and
hopeless" bachelor, and to say thal
h's many friends were surprised
when thev heard that he wooed and
won a fair young lady and had driven
over to the manse at tho Presbyterian
church early Saturday morning und
broken his benedictine vow. is Just to
state it ir.lldly. In fact they would
hardly believe it. They could hardly
believe it. But BUcb In the fact, aud
has 'beccnio an official record. ;. id
will go down in history.
The fair und fortunate young lady,
is .Miss .Margaret J. Williamson, of
Lancaster county, and one of the most;
popular and efficient teachers in the)
Westminster graded school. M;ss
Williamson is a diughtcr of one of
the oldest and most highly respected
families in one of the olde?! settle-1
riients iii this stat.?, the old Waxawj
settlement hi I.am-atier county, and a
young woman of stirling worth and
' harming graces who had made many
friends since she ha- been in Oconee.
Mr. Shirley, is one of Oconee's ris-j
?lng and lfc*ogressvve citizens'. For
two terms he has represented his
county in the house or representatives, I
and is now offering for tho senate.
Ho is a native of Anderson county,
but bas lived in Oconee for a number
of years. Mo lias a host of friends
throughout the state who will be glad
to extend their congratulations. " j
The latest enterprise In Seneca ls
a cotton seed grader which is hoing
operated by Mr. J. M. Barron. Mr. I
Barron is VOIT much pleased with the j
patronage that he ls receiving in this |
venture and thinks that lt will mean
much to Increase Oconee's cotton
yield and. fiber.
The people of Seneca are beginning
to talk about and prepare for the
Farmer's Chautauqua tlvM summer.
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* MILL NEWS +!
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J. A. Lyh'.and has resigned as
overseer of carding at the Shelby
Cotton mills, Shelby, N. C.
J. R. Hughey of Langdale. Ala.,
is fb^ing looms at Hillside mills, I^a
J. P. Loniox of Sylacauga, Ala., is
fixing looms at Hillside mills, La
J. M. 'Brown of Aragon. Ga., is
fixing looms at Hillside mMls, La
G. L. May or Aragon. Ga., baa ac
cepted pci-'itron as loom fixer at
Hillside mills, LaGrange. Ga.
; "J. B. Slaton formerly of Charlotta
TV'. C., is now fixing looms <-:t Hill
side mills, LaGrange, Ga^
Lindsey Meyers baa become night
.second hand -In carding at the -Dixie?!
mills, Moorodville, N.,. O, . . * 1 ,
P. F. Clark has accepted position
as overseer of carding at the' Cal
houn mills, Calhoun Falls, X. C.
H. Aiken o? Winnsboroi S. C.. is j
nov- overseer of weaving at Enorcc,
s. c. * - ' .. ' ; -
W. O. McSwain has' been promot
ed from card grinder to overseer of
carding at the Shelby Cotton 'mills,
Sho|by, X. C. . .
. . F>. ll. Wilson, overseer of the cloth,
room at the Shelby (X. C.) Cottqn:
mills, has purchased a Marion tour
" D. T. Bency. second hand In!
twister rcom nt the Shelby (N. C.) I
mills, will soon move into a new
bungalow which he ls having built.
J. W. Reynolds, of Concord. X. C.,
has accepted the position of over
seer of carding at the Gem mills,
Gibson vii le, X. C.
W. P. .Cargill has resigned as
overs/eer of spinning at the Granby
mills. Columbia. S. C., and accepted
a similar position at tho Wallace
mills. Jonesville. *
William Bamber has not resigned
as superintendent of the Weldon
Cotton Mtg. Co., Weldon. X. C., as
reported through error last week.
W. F. Thomns?n of Avondale
ON. T. H. SHIRLEY
?The dato haB beea luted us July
2ti and 27. Tlie Knight's of Pythias
, are to have a meeting tonight to ar
range for a D. O. K. X. meeting
again at that time. They are plan
ning to make this the greatest D. 0.
K. K. meeting ever held in the state,
and tho sentiment of the community
ia to make the chautauqua a binge-.
and better meet this year thun it was
.Mrs. W. S. Hunter hus returned
from a visit to her daughter. Mr?
T. H. Jones of Lowndcsville.
Misa Maud Hopkins and her friend
Miss Ruby RussoU. of t'artersville.
Ua., are visiting friends and relatives
near Kork Shoals, In Greenville
Mr. and Mrs. Wales Lowry, of
Creel 'le, visited relatives here S.in
?\jrs. Panie Ixl wry .Moon*, of Ft.
Lawn is visiting at til? family of Mr.
W. O'. Hamilton.
Mrs. Mayne Lowry has returned to
Kenet-ii after a visit of several month?
to her daughter. Mis. Moore, of Ft.
Quite a largo party of surveyors
and engineers eugaged in surveying
thc double trucks of the Southern are
located in Seneca.
lt is understood the contract for
tlie section from t'entrai lo Toccoa,
Ga., has het'n let ami Seneca will
likely be made the headquarters for
thc construction work.
. Tlie Seneca church will be repre
sented at Piedmont Presbytery which
meets at Piedmont this week, will he
represented by Kev. I. K. Wallace
and Fldcr W. S. Hunter. This church
will send up the- host annual report
at this time that it has ever made to
tho Presbytery, both as to number of
udditioni. anti to contributions.
.Mr. and Mrs. W .K. Livingston
will leave this week for Baltimore
where they go to carry* their little?
daughter, Mary, for treatment. They
will bo accompanied hy Dr. and Mrs.
Lewis Gray, of Anderson.
j mills, Uh mingham, Ala., is ' fixing
i Inonu; ut Hillside mills. Lat,range,
W. G. Freeman of Kannapalis. N.
C., will be overseer ol' carding at
the new Hun es k?j'll, W?nston-Sa
lem. N. C.
G. W. Medley hat' resigned aB
overseer of carding in the cotton ue
partment at the Atlanta (Ga.) Wool
P. M. Wooten has been promoted
from loom fixer to second hand in
weaving at the Panola mills, 'Green
wood, S. C.
John R. Howard ' has resigned a^
superintendent of the Lavonia, (.Ga.)
mills to become overseer of spin
ning ut thc Cherokee Kalla (S. i'.)
Mfg. Co. >-? ???.
. U. T. i BumgarnW," formerly of Alta
Vista," VB., has" decupled, the punition
as overseer of spinning at the Hanes
mill No. 2, Winston-Salem, X. C:
H. W. Vantatteiroi Fulton Bag H.
Cotton mills-, Atlanta. Ga., is second
hand in Weaving "at HillHldo mills,
LaGraoge, Ga. ? .' "".
G.' W. Andrews '. has resigned lils
position at tho Anchor Duck mills,
itome. Ita.,, to become night overseer
of twisting, warang, beaming, and
weaving ut. tho Marlboro mills, Mc
W. R. Ow?nehy cif [North Char
lotten X. IL, is now fibing looms at
.the, Dixie mills, Mooresviile,. X. Ci
'.' C. G. lieffn^r of Kanuopolie, ' X.
.C., ,hns. becomo loom fixer -ot tim
Mecklenburg mill. Charlotte, X. C.
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American Autos <?o Alumni.
London, April 11 .--American auto
mobile^ have lately been ai riving by
the hundreds on nearly every ship
from-New York and there are several
tehacre yards along tho upper Thames
where tht-ae American cars. In boxes,
may be seen- stacked ton boxes high.
The majority are motor Jorrlss for
the army add they ure allowed to ac
cumulate in the yardi,' until wanted
for actual use. When the order comes
.for a certain number of machines, the
nifln in charge of the yard locates the
kind desired and has a force of me
chanics "to 6ct .up, : the cara immed
lately foi? delivery\ '. V
THE EASLEY STUDY
CLUB HOLDS MEET
"Music in America Today," Was
Subject-Miia Velma Smith
Eaatey, April ll-The recently or
ganised Study Club hold it's .second
meeting on Thursday afternoon ?f
Inst week with Ml^s Velma Smith
'1 ho subject for consideration at this
insetting was. ?.Music in America To
day." Mis* Smith, "?o hostess, made
an Interesting talk wn. 'The Singers
o? Today" showing their photographs
and rendering selections by them ?III I
thc Victrola instructive pupers were]
tead by Mr.t. lt. it. Smith. Misses!
Junio Thornton, and Maggie Ander
son. After thc conclusion of tho pro
gram a business session was held at
which the constitution and by-laws |
were adopted. Tho next meotiltg Isl
te ho held wit!) Miss Muggie Ander-j
Fen, the subject of this meeting to b" (
The Panama Canal.
Mrs. William Andersen WMS hos-!
tors on last Frlilay afternoon to the;
f.rgatakin Club. After th? arrival of j
thc guests, each member bridging In
one of the latest novels, there were i
exchanged and criticism was passed ?
on those which hail been rend. Places
were then drawn for progressive rook
which proved the chief feature of the
afternoon. At th J conclusion of these
name*? a Halad course, with sherbet.
w?3 sorved. Present on this occisi?n
as honor guests were: Mesdames G
W. coggin. w. B. Hill. A. 15. Taylor,
Miss .Van Neil, and Miss Janie Thorn
ten. The next meeting is to be held
wilt h Mrs. H. C. Hafiood.
On Friday evening of last week
Miss Velma Smith tmtertainod at tea
in honor of her week-end house
guests. Misses Virginia lancaster.
Jany Tucker Fisher, und Dorothy
Moore. These young ladles having
been former students in tho College
for Women, all of the G. F. W.
Alumnae who live here were invited
guesi.s on this occasion. After an
eloborate menu had boen served the
puestd retired to thc library where
cards and music occupied the even
Tho Thursday Afternoon recrea
tion club, composed of the lady mem
bers of the school faculty, held it's
regular weekly meeting this week
with Misses Sarah Babb and Cecil
Fewell. Tables had been arranged
for bridge which proved to be most
entertaining until a late hour when
cn leo course wa? served.
THE BLUEJACKETS AND
MARINES BURY HATCHET
AND ALL ENJOY BANQUET
. Guantanamo. Cuba. April ll-Thnt
tire marines und bluejackets of Uncle
Sam's navy have buried the hatchet
and there is now only thc kindles*,
feeling between tho enlisted men of
the navy and tho enlisted men of the
marino corps, wns evidenced at a
banquet tendered Gunner's Mates
Charles T. Mills aud F.'-.bort Conroy
by tho marine detachment of the I".
S. S. New York, the other evening.
? The naval gunners were presented
with handsome gold watches by thc
marino corps boys, and.the speaker
of tho evening took for their theme
thc new relut ionthip between the en
listed inen of thc two branches.
In tho old days of wooden Balling
ships there wis considerable Jealousy
and ill-feeling batw-vft tho .bluejack
et!1 and marines, but Fincc the advent
o? the model ii man-of-war' that feel
ing has entirely disappeared and the
men of the two branches now live
nhourd ship In perfect peace an,d har
.Tobit ?.'hore operations nt Vera
Cruz and HuytJ. have brought abott
un oven better understanding ba
tween the men, thc ofllcfc.-s declaro.
To Clean Off Gmveyard.
All persons Interested in the'grave?
yard at Hopewell church ore asked to
he present on Thursday. April 13. for
tho purpose of cleaning' off the yard.
Butterick Patterns for May.
Cox Statoinery Co.
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The Touch of Spring
That pervades every hat
shown here isn't tile Role
reason for its almost Irresis
tible appeal: neither does its
mode and authoritativeness
tell the whole flory.
Hut it is all these ?.nan
ties combined with distinc
tive touches (perhups the
unique placing of a flower ot
to feather, or rhayhe a new
treatment of it shape) Hint
maxes every Hollcinah hat
.?oem to lit exactly into your
And the same ls true of our Suits. Coats and Drosses-and Just how
our assortments hmo omitted nothing that ls desirable-overlooked
nothing that is originn|, exclusive and smart.
Wo would suggest that you make your Kastor selections early.
The man who ex
periments conies back to Fircstoncs.
The man of experience sticks to Fire
stones. Graduate now into the exper
ienced class who enjoy
MOST MILES PERBOLLAR
See the Firestone man and find out why you
can get this extra service at average cost,
Automobile and Motorcycle Tiret,
lubes and Accessories
Todd Auto, Shop
?MfflP^Bfc tUSHlf ?a-fmmmir'mmcKT ri?mOtn. ' $Bk
i ! i y I' ll i i i \| r / \^ i .>, / / ; \
^??P^ is more than Shoe Polish Ji^m
It is composed of wax and oils so combined as
to give a brilliant, lasting shine and to soften and
preserve the leather. .
THE SHINOIA HOME SET
The handiest, most efficient shoe shilling set you
can buy at any price. jjA-affg^36^' '
Sold at a nominal cost to ^t^^^^^^^^K
-9milA U8er8, ^^^^M^S^mi '
FOR HOME, GRIP. OR (^?^m^^^^J
At a!J. Dealers-Take no su?#stitoteT^J/i;.^ ^ THE HOME rn