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Cry .fer Fleteh?rFs'
Tho Kind You Have Always Bought, and which luis tocen
lu uso ?Cor over SO years, -lifts borne tho signature o?
. and has hcen niado under his per
Hounl supervision slited its infancy.
- - -, i-'4*. Allow no ono to dereivo yon in this.
AU Counterfeits, Imitations n:id *-?Tu.sf>as-good " aro but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children-Experienco against Experiment.
Cfnstorhv is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing ?Syrups. lt is pleasant. It
Contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Rurcotio
substance. Its ago 1? its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and ajlnys.Feverishness. For moro than thirty years it
lias been In constant uso for the relief of Constipation,
Piuttilcncy* Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and
Diarrhoea, lt regulates tho Stomach and 'bowels,
assimilates tho Food, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea-Tho Mother's Friend.
In Use . For Over 30 Years
The Kind You Have Always Bought
THC ??NTAUn COM ^Af> v. N nw vowK CITY.
At the "Nineteenth Hole9 9 you 9U find I
nothing so refreshing as Pepsi-Cola
Your whole game may go wrong-but you're ?
sure to land at the club house with your vocab- 1
ulary intact and a smile on your face if you
lenow that awaiting you is a tall, cool glass of I
Bracing, invigorating, satisfying-this is Pepsi-Cola, the
. . thiret'quencherp/us-! Tryittodayandgetw*iatyouneed. ?
0%flPDfif^^f| '?? fl - At all founts -
BDB^n I A ST ?F^bM ?& or carbonated in H
f. For All Thirsts-Pepsi-Cola
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Tfow<?i$ire a lot of Reasons why
yoxt Should Drink Pepsi Cola
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1 ? 1st, because there is not a more reliable, re
j f reshing and cppling drink -sold ; none that will
?rive away :fati? jfe'iirfd^
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2nd, because thc regular lise pf Pepsi Cola
does hot in any way hinder oi> counteract th?
work- of digestion, but aids the digestive organs
fet ' : -ii ;i t? " . 'yh-:
3rdy becatise^Pepsi Golii is free from intoxi
cating or any poisonous substances. /
?? 4 thy because Pepsi Cola is made frOiwi Pepsin
and Fruit juices and DISTILLED WATER and
the plant is strictly sanitary. - ..........
' SaVe the Jftemhim Crowns. We ps* 20c p?r ?SO for ola
* |? *' crowns, or give valuable premiums.
Mfa. J. j. Trowbridge und Miss
isibel Webb uro ia Atlanta, attend
ing grand opera.
Miss Josephine Copeland, o? New
York, and Miss Mhinlo. Coben of El
Lsrton, Ga., are tbo guests of Mrs.
Harry Gclsberg for the week.
Mr. and Mrs. lt. A. llroyles ot
Atlanta, who bave been spending the
pvt week with friends here, left yes
terday tor their home lu Atlanta.
Mrs. Ta)ley Fripp, of Columbia left
yesterday for Greenville, utter a vis
it to, friendB bere. "
jMrs. llouea 'returned to ber
home in Atlauta yesterday after a
visit to ber daughter, Miss Georgia
Mis? Aimil' Uonnett of Richmond. !
Va,, i . here with ber sister. Mrs. j
W. K. Thom.
Mr. and Mrs. Nardin Webb who
h? ve been keeping hoitbs on Weat
Whittier street, will break up bouse
keeping and go to board with Mrs;
Lillie Webb on South MoDuflle street.
.Mrs. Clarence Brock bas- gone to
Chester to visit relatives.
Little Miss Dorothy Craig was the
pretty little hostess for a few of her
friends yesterday afternoon, when
she entertained nt a delightful little
party. The little folks enjoyed a.
merry aeries of games, after which
they w-re served with a dainty sweet
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+ COMING AND GOING *|
Mr. Claude Brown has returned
from Ellenton where bc has been for
the past few months.
Mrs. S. F. Shiver and Miss Ida
Calhcvjn of Cldnis-on were visitors
. Mir. and Mrs. F. li. Hodges of]
Honea Path wore among the visi
Miss Leila Hammond of William*
sion ia visiting friends in Anderson.
Mr. Chas. Ellis of Greenville
spent yesterday in the city.
Miss Claudia Herron of Siarr 1?
visiting relatives in Anderson.
Messrs.' J. W. Leake of New York
and E. J.' Doughnuts of Toledo, O.'.
were Jewelry* drummers in tho city
Mr. Charlie Gerald of Greenville
spent Wednesday in Anderson.
Messrs. C. V. Ashley and J. Tl.
Pennell of Antreville were among
the visitors yesterday.
Mrs. L. A. Brock of .Honea Path
was ''n Anderson Wednesday.
Mr. J. R. Earle o? Walhalla ?pent |
yesterday la Anderson.
Mrs. E?. N. Brackett and Miss Hol
en Brackett" of Clem noa spent yes
terday in tho city.
Prof. W. M. Morrison and Mr. -D.
W. Watkins of Clemson college came
to Anderson yesterday.
Mr. ?Sam Bowen d?. Antxovillo ?pout I
yesterday in the city.
Casement to Pris ?ii.
London, April 26.-Sir Hogers]
Casement, leader of tho Separatist
faction in Ireland, captured while at
I Empting to' land arma from Ger
i many aorov;? the Irtan, coast waa con
vey?d across Ireland' Saturday by a
strong armed escort who knew tho
prisoner'only by his two initials.. He
arrived in London without incident
and wau lodged by tao Metropolitan
To cook with is the most
? convenient ' fud to be
And it ic the cheapen
too whets the kairi bit ol thought
and nltebtlon. b - given it. j
Try it for awhile, ?lid
?yo* ,*rffl K4u? tt .TVare ere. Baetiy
wUflBed tuen ol tar' ia Ato^p
h's mi th? thing to
the bn?h room With*
CHILDREN'S IRK TO
MISS DIXIE ROBINSON IS IN
CHARGE OF THIS PART
TO GIVE PAGEANT
On Sixth Night in Connection
With "The Bird Masque"
Morning Hour Lecture
Art Interesting feat uro on the Kei
l>u*h Chautauqua program this year
will be the children's work, which
wlil bo In charge of Miss Dixie
Mi . Wright, advance mun has tho
following to say in regard te this
fen tu re:
Special attention is called to one
of the most popular features on the
1 redpath chautauqua .this Bcauon
coming to Andersonihat Is the work
for the boys and #lrls daring the
mornings, and at the sixth night
when a large number of loca! child
ten will take uart in the childrens
pageant in connection with "The
IVii A Masque", the Redpath chautau
qua management have spent around
f'.tO in every elaborate costumes for
thc children taking part in this great
pageant. MIBB Robinson will arrive
in thc city-Saturday. Ute opening day
of Anderson's Redpath chunUuifua
and meet with the children In thc
afternoon a*, the chauttm qua tent.
Mh.s Robinson is a graduate of one
cf the leading universities of thu
weat and well versed In her chosen
Another big feature is tho morn:
ing hour lecturer, sometimes lost
siglit of in the overshadowing events
of the afternoons and evenings, but
thc Redpath chautauqua for Ander
-.011. hus ii forenoon sosslon ,t!mt will
te moro than interesting.
Dr. r.'. E. P. Kline, dean ot thc
i'evartment of public ?peaking of thc
Columbia college of expression ' of
Chicago, who has appeared ns'morn
ing lecturer on 'this' great Redpath
olr.nilt for the past three seasons,
will ? qe the speaker,, herc. Mr.
Kline ls well adapted and woll
trained for the interpretation *;and
presentation of the-world's best lit
erature. For many years he has
been a teacher, reeller and lecturer,
and for eight years taught rhetoric.
literature and vocal expression in
'.wo leading universities before going
to the Columbia, ^college at Chica
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The only chance you I .ve en
campment week - N-Luially's.
Owl Drug Co.
M' ..V I ifs
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.;' ? When you take your tri
supply yourself with K^N,
Cashed Every where; y
. tification; if lost noAone
and the cost is very small.
K. N. and K. Traveler's C
More Ihrn One Million
more are to be sold this
car tri the entire world J
cord foi*, aerytce. Ti ji
mean the ?ame Ford cai
ty for leas money--thi
is ?3.90; Touring Car
Town Civr $640; Sedar,
Ohi?Ie:?t .r: '
. Eb T>fc
An dc reo;
mm Bl R9R
HAVE CEREMONIES A?
CAltRS HHIEIIG PARK
WILL BE HELD THERE THIS
AFTERNOON AT 5:30
SPACE TOO SMALL
To Have Them on South Main
Street and Park Has Been
Col. Jone?, commandant or cadets,
announced last night that there will
be battalion ceremonies at tho Cater
Athletic park, just oh* G roen villi
street, wlie.ro tho baseball gamer
were played, at .'clio o'clock thlF
aftarhaoa. He had planned Ju ba
th?s? ceremonies on South Main
street, but tlie street is not quite
wide enough to accommodate the
cadets and tho crowds who W?H?I to
witness tho ceremonies. Tile man
ouevery this afternoon will be some
thing out. of tho ordinary, and will
bo highly interesting. Tho cadets
juin with Col. Jones In extending an
invitation to their friends to come
out this afternoon. Tho ceremonies
will commence promptly at t?:80|
o'clock anti will last about an hour
in addition to tho exercises th!?
afternoon the regular field exerciser
will be. held thin morning which
will consist of Instructions In outpost
and pntrol duty. These exercises
?ire very interesting; and many people
of the city will probably visit thc
camp this morning to view the cad
ets . ,
The cadets appear to bo having 0
"ct> -1 'hue and are enjoying thr-'r stay
bee very much. They aro heartily
I ti raver of ano'.hcr open air enter
tainment on Friday ovenlng Uko thc
one given on Tuesday night, und ar
ragrnients. for this affair aro now
Craj ton ville Club.
rt.>0. Wilson, president.
Wi W. Clinkscalcs, secretary.
Executive ? ?' committeemen? J. M.
Delegates county con vor non: J.
II. Ashley, J-. O. E. Ashley. D. C.
Blackwell, T. H. Ashley and J. M.
W. W. Clinkscalcs, secretary.
ASK FOR and GET
Cbnar ' substitutes cost YOU sama prisa.
ip this summer be sure anti
& K. Traveler's Checks.
our signature is your iden
ese can get them cashed ;
I ? yv.
:hecks arc for sale at
RS AL CAR
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i now in use-500,000
year. No other motor
ills such a wonderful re
is year's lowered prices '
. of quality and rsliabili
it'o all. The rtmabout
$440; Coupelei $500;
i $740???fcJ?. Dtfrott.
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Are You Ready for Your
We arc ready for you with the dandiest
assortment in the city. All new styles
and materials - Rep, Linen, Pique,
Regular and Out-sizes
$ 1.50 to $6.00
The belter grades are all pre-shrunk,
so you don't have to guess about your
Middy Suits and Sailor Suits
In a variety pf pretty styles
Up to $10.00
If it's white, it's here.
if it! ? i un
?^Z'HOME ?lf VOU#?2^^^^? .
j?^g^ OWN IS A MOKe' INPEtOv^M
BEAR IN MIND
Time, thought, and money is
continually and systematic
ally being: employed in fur
thering thc development of '
"* That when you buy, a lot in
North Anderson you have
the active cooperation of a
strong organization in the
furthering of your interests.
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In Fact .
\ l If you wish; you can sit still
and know that the section ; tn *V ?i,
jr ; . which you have bought in be
* . (ti^^MftwSty? pushed ;1
and tt?eYe?oped, arid \ con**
qu?n?y thftt your lot I? in
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