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Says She Was Saved
From Operating Table
Brother and Sister kith Relieved
by Simple Remedy Available
to Any One.
tn her gratitude for a remedy that
saved lier from tho possible necessity
lor an operation, Mrs. Carrie Hcflin,
of Coats, Kans., writes: "Had it noi
been for Fruitoln and Traxo I might
have been on the operating tuble b>'
now. It relieved me of at least ono
hundred and fifty gall Btones. It
surely l?e? work . wonders. My
brother alBO had suffered for years
and has been greatly benefited by
Fruitoln and Traxo." ?
Fruitoia is a powerful lubricant for
thu Intestinal organs, softening the
congested masses, disintegrating the
hardened particles that cause so much
suffering and expels thc accumulation
in an easy, natural way. Traxo 1B a
splendid tonic, acting on the liver an
und is recommended .foi use in cona
restore the weakened, run-down ?y3
Fruitoia and Traxo are prepared in
III., and arrangementsMiavc been ,to eu
druggists. In Anderson they can be
d stomach with most beneficial results
vction with Fruitoia to build up and
the l'inus laboratories at Monticello,
pply them through representative
obtained at Evans' Pharmacy, two
BLONDS WONDERING WHY
MISS FARRAR FREFERS
A BLACK HAIRED MAN
Atlanta, Ga., April 21.-Why does
Geraldine Farrar, tho fatuous so
prano, who is now Mrs. Lou-Telle
gon, wife ot, Uio motion picture actor,
prefer a black haired man to a
Shortly after Miss Farrar's recent
marriage to Lou-Tellegen It "'z^ an
nounced that he had died his hair thc
color of tho raven's wing because she
preferred that kind of a thatch.
And now her blond-haired gentlemen
friends, in Atlanta aro wondering
what's wrong with God gave
them, and are trying to persuade Miss
.farrar to tell them why a black- ?
haired man is more attractive than '
one with locks of gold.
.Miss Farrar ls letting 'em rave and
tea- their blond' v?urls and Isn't tell
ing them a thing.
Her ielura, lo Atlanta with the
Metropolitan for the week of grand
ouerta which opens tonight. lias de
monstrated oub?^inore 'the great pop
ularity, of her'r voice and personality
imorg Atlanta opera lovers. She is
receiving many social attentions and
'Tosca" and "Madame Butterfly," the
meras1 in which- sile sings, will be
inior.g thc largest of tho week in at
Caruso opens tho?.week tonight in
he role of "Samson" in "Samson and
??toBm fl? PREVENTION
I0cg!j?3 ypSSOT 1MB Va Rf" An ounco of prevention is worth
/Tt23! ll -a A ti il tl a pound of cure. This ls tho
ll iJvY V#\V'j ? lita day of PREVENTIVB MEDI
l|/\j J Jj JJ 'j li il CINE. Nowhere is this so nec
ya j j (/ L/ \J \J eBBary as in regard to the caro
^ iJ v V of the TEETH. Visit tho den
tist AT LEAST twice a year, whether you think you need it or not.
Lot him give four teeth u thorough cleaning, search out the beginnings
of decay, clean off the tartar, and In general PREVENT those dental
ovilH that are likely to grow on you unawares.
DR. HENRY R. WELLS,
Office Over Farmers & Merchants Rant,
Residence Thone CO. Anderson, 8. C. Office 'Phone 527.
AFTER EASTER SPECIALS
You can't keep a reputation by merely living*
up to it. Occasionally you have to exceed it.
Our Ready-to-Wear department, "one flight
up," long ago earned a reputation for Ready
to-Wear styles more distinctive than others
areabl<? to assemble and prices lower than
others can quote-style and quality consider
ed. We are ready for you with * ;
New Palm Beach
--gema?ne Palm Beach ma
-iii Taffeta* the kind commonly | sold; here
abouts ^t^l\).?? our price
Uli $6,50 eaiih -.
And ?very day you will find something special herc, not on
ly tn our ready-to-wear department, but throughout the Bee
Hive. Everything that rae?, women and children wear at
money saving prices.
v. '. . '
Mr. and Mrs. Hora ..:> McGee, and]
Miss Uraco Rudisall spent Sunday
MisB Margaret Evans has gone to
Allanta to attoad tho Grand Opera.
Mr. and Mrs. Orrvlllo Bissell loft
yesterday fur their homo In Cohlui
nia, after a visit to Mr. and .Mrs. J.
H. Townsend, and other relutlves.
Tho following notice will he of an
interest to many friends here, a? j
Miss Minley was the attractive guesi
of Mrs. Q. Frank Johnson last sum
1 lindy-liar rh.
Mr. oud Mn?. Claude IJ. Morrow an
nounce the engagement of their sis-1
ter. Misp Nelle Hlnely to Mr. Ru
pert Fletcher Harris of Puvo, Ga.,j
the marriage to take place ut high noon |
on Juno 1st in Madison, Fla. -At
Wi hon-Li ;:<;,i Vi'e?\?iiig ?Mans.
A wedding of interest will<"*he that
of Miss Nell Wilson and Mr. /lexan
der Towers Ligon. which will take
place on Wednesday evening at 7
./clock at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Tom Wiison on North Jackson street.
The wedding party will Include Miss
Winnie Hudson, maid of honor; Miss
Lou Ellen Ligon, bridesmaid; Mr.
Louis Ligon, brother of the groom,
will be best man, and Edith Wilson
and Helen, Wikle. nieces of thc bride,
will bc ribbon bearers.
The bride will be given in marriage
by her brother, Mr, Tom Wilson, and
'he ceremony will b's* performed by
Dr. H. B. Mays. Miss Martha Hud
son will play the wedding music, ns
Kitted by Mrs. Muirhead on tho violin.
A reception "Will follow tho cere
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wilson enter
tained tho Wilson-Llgon bridal par
ty on Friday evening after tho re
Miss Winnie Hudson entertained at
a matlneo party Saturday afternoon In
honor of 'Mis3 Nell Wilson, and Mrs.
J. T. Wikle will give a reception on
Quite a number of affairs will bc
given after the wedding, and among
those entertaining will be Miss Rosa
Moran. Miss Lucile Youngblood,
'Misses Murtha and Evelyn Hudson,
Miss Frank Taylor and Mrs. Alfred
Mr. Ligon is a former Anderson
boy, and-has a host of friends who
are deeper interested in thc plans for
his approaching mariage.
? COMING AND GOING * !
? ? ?*??+??+.?+**?+?**??*
Mrs Sam Wakefield of Antroville
was in tho city yesterday.
'Mr. Luke Ashley of Level Land
spent yesterday in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. Hailey Iwive retuurn
ed to their home In Hartwell after
a visit to their daughter, Mrs. W.
H. KeeBo. '?'
Mrs. Frank Cunningham of Green
ville is visiting Rev. und Mrs. J. H.
Rev. and Mrs*. J. H. GLbboney
w"'.l leave Wednesday for Savanilahi
whore they will spend a few d'ays^i
While there tho Rev. Glbboney wfthj
preach at his old church. ???
1- . .
Mr. Lawrence Mauluin has re?,
turned from a visit to Augusta.
JACK BRITTIAN WINS
WELTERWEIGHT TITLE |
IN NEW ORLEANS BOUT
(Ry Associated Press.)
New- Orleans, pril 24.-Jack Drift
lian, of Chicago, won a first decision
and tho welterweight title from Ted
LewiB, a Britisher, n a fast twenty
two round bout hero tonight.
Mall Held Vp.
New York, April .24.-Six huadred
. bags of pan ol post matter compris-'
lng probably more than fifty thousand,
separate packages mailed for distri
bution in -Holland will he returned to
the soi. uer s in America because
Steamship companies -won't carry' this
mail owing to British a el zur ci of par
cel, post consignments^ . .
The British contend the parcels
might, reach' and benefit the central*!
powers. It has accumulated at the
foreign branch postoffice, since No
vember, ?815. The postmaster-gen- j
eral ordered, tho postage refunded.
j Instant relief for tore,. swollen,
lender, csliouse? feet j
send corns. *
Why go limping around with aching,
puffed;Up feet-feet so . ' tired, chafed, ]
sore aad swollen you caa hardly get
your" shoes oh or off f? Why don't' yotf]
get a: 25-?ent box of "Tis" from tlie \
drug store now and gladden your-tor?1
lured iest? ' -y
.Ttl?'' meeks your feet gloW ! With
comfort; takes-down swellings and
draws the soreness and misery right
?Ont of feet that chafo, ?martarid
born. .-.Til" instantly .stops pain ih
corns, callouses and bunions, "fit'?
is glori ou a for tired, ' nching, sore
feet. . No\more ,shoe tiph tness- -no
more, foot torture. .
FOR GRACE C1RCH
ANNUAL MEETING WAS HELD
Which Showed the Affairs of the
Church'to Be in Splendid Con
Tlje sinnuat n?utt?ng or Cruce Bpls
copal church' was held yesterday af
ternoon -and. ofltcers Tor the ensuing
year wore elected. The annual reports
?Were read which showed tltat the ar
rays of the church were in excellent
shape, and that the Sunday svliool
had made a remarkable record.
The following were the officers
i*. W. Webb. Senior warden.
" M. li, Bonhuui, Junior warden.
ti. C. .Maxwell. Max (Jrayton, W.
II. Steele, C. I). J. Decamp, Basil
Vandlver, Nardin Webb and G. Cul
le?i Sullivan, Vestrymen.
Mroadaway Democratic club met
Saturday and reorganized by elect
- S. X. Pearinau, president.
* C. K.' Martin, secretary.
County delegates: J. L. McCarley,
lt. D. Smitli. H. P. McDaniel, T.
.Nienaber executive committee: c.
F-, Martin, >,
Ready, for you with thc
dandiest line of Hammocks
in tlie city. Well made, ol"
the best materials, and in
$2.00 to $5.00 Each
Come by and look 'em
Cox Stationery Co.
Leading Stationers and Printers
NEGRO MAN STABBED
BY HIS WIFE spumy
Using Pocket Knife She Stabbed
Him to Heart, Death Result
Thu first homicide lo occur in An
derson county tn BOIUO time, occurred
just south of this elly about 8:30
o'clock Sunday night. Ha nih .Mat
truss, colored, killed her husband,
Sumpt Mattress. Thu homicide occur
red at the home of Rosa Tompsou
on Cation's row. near tho extension
or South McDultlc street.
Tiie woniHii was arrested by Sheriff
Ashley and Deputy Sheriff Sanders
immediately after tho killing. She
declared that her hushnnd lind been
beating her. und Rivet, this as the
cause of her act. lt ls said that she
statued him twice on tits lett hand
with a knife, splitting Uro tingara
and that she then stabbed him in (bel
left breast, che knife blade pen trat
int; Into the heart. Death was In
Safe Medicine for Children.
"Is it safe?" in the ilrst question to
be considered when buying cough
medicine for children. Chamberlain's J
Cough Remedy has long becu a fav
orite with mothers of young children
as lt contains no opium or other
narcotic, and may be Riven to a child
as confidently as to nn adult, It ls
pleasant to lake, too, which is of
great importance when a medicine
must oe given to young children.
This remedy is most effectual in re
lieving coughs, colds and croup. Ob- j
<?v?V* . .-, V*' - f? ,,-v
will not educate your
daughter nor will it buy
a home. >.
A certain percentage
of your wages put each
pay day in Thc Sav
ings Club will do either
or both. Start now
and stick to it.
Bank of Anderson1
Thc Strongest Bank
in the County.
iew York buyer _
sizes 16 to 44? asi
5 i 13.50, $15,
. ".. . .. ...... . .- . . . .
EXT-TO - NOTH ING in
weight-these very light, soft,
easy fabrics for summer underwear.
You've never known such comfort as
you'll get by wearing ;i Wilson Bros.
Athletic Union. Suit; feels right, hangs
right; you hardly realize you have it on.
This store special
izes in thc liest; yre're
ready to help you
enjoy a really com
too; new, smart
shirt patterns, beau
tiful new ties, thc
latest shades and
effects in hosiery.
This is. a good
men's store; vye aim
to oiler the right
kind of service.
Union Suits 50c to $2. Shirts 5()c to
$3.75. Ties in silks and wash 25c tip
SPOT CA?tl. CL
The Store with a Conscience
When you take your trip this'Siifnnier be; sure and
supply yourself with K. N. & K. Traveler's Checks. Sl
Cashed every where; your signature is your iden
tification; if lost no one ese can get them cashed;
and the cost is very small.
K. N. and K. Traveler's Checks are for sale at
j Peoples Batik of Anderson
leftt tis Twenty-five ;3ilk;E^sses,
sorted colors |
$16.50, $18 and j
Bight of Stairs to ^limb- J
t?&s . -in- r m ' TM- ' i'rmi ''i'jl i_' ' iiiVi'' ai ' i_ ' ". * JR.