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Suffered For Years
Then are mani' people who ?ill be interested In the experience
of Mrs. Julia Byard, Fort Henton, .Mont. She writes:
"I Buffered foi years with gal I-filones. A friend wrote
me about Fruitola and Truxo. I sturtud taking lt and
am completely cured now und feel better than I have
felt for twenty years." . -
Mrs. Byard'* testimony is similar to that of many ulm lute
glTcu this remedy a chance to help Hiern... Fruitola ls a powerful
lubricant for Hie intestinal organs, softenlug the hardened particles
(lint causo so much suffering and expelling the congested waste in
un easy, natural way...A single dose is usually sufficient to clearly
indicate its efficacy.. .Truxo Jil o splendid tonic.??Iterativo that nets
on the liver and kidneys, stimulates the flow of gastric jalees to
aid digesti?n, and removes bile from the general circulation.
Fruit diu. und Traxo. are prepared in the Finns laboratories ul .
Monticello, I il., and arrangements have been made to supply them
through representative druggists. In Anderson they can lie ab.
(ained nt Evans Pharmacy, Two Stores.
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+ WALIiEIt-McF.lnioyli? *
A largo crowd attended the "singing
at Flut Rock'Sunday. -
A great number of friends and re
latives uUendcd the funeral of Mrs*.
.Mulilaix at Sharon on last Friday
There will be a nice-ting of tho
patrons of tills district al th? school
balding Saturday afternoon for tho
election of trustees.
Dr. Algood has Just returned from
Charleston where he has been at
tending tho State Medical meeting.
Mr. Looper of Easlcy,- accompan
ied by his daughter, Mrs. Williams
and husband, visited Mrs. H. L.
Robinson Sunday. --
Miss Pearl Thompson HUB return
ed home after, a successful year's
work at Sims*?' nilli' .Ts?hool.
Mr. -W. S. .t?rdaj?, and family and
Mrs. J. M. Haddon epent last ?at
urday with the teachers.
Tho date for the school entertain
ment will bo nnnounced later.
MR. MURPHY RETURNED
Hpent ii Few Hays in .Minuta-Here
Fur frrvefui iia?s.
Mr. .1. IJ. Munphy returned from
Atlanta yesterday afternoon where he
had been for the paBt few day 5. He
will be here and twill supervise the
canvass for subscriptions for the rail
Mr. Murphy was to have been pres
ent at a meeting which was held at
Holland's school house on Wednesday
afternoon, but was detained in Atlan
ta unexpectedly. On learning that he
would be unable to attend the meet
ing, Mr. Murphy -wrote to Mr.
Frank Watkins asking that he have
this fact explained at the meeting.
Br fore the letter arrived Mr. Wat
kins left for Hartwell where he spoke
at the exercises on Decoration day
Mr. Murphy is suny of th's occur
ence, anil hopes that the people aili
The only chance you have en
campment week - Nunnally's.
Owl Drug Co.
1 iv [Wc.
Ladies, Be F^ti?ular
About Your; White Pumpa
and come to our store where you can be easily suited.
Canvas, buckskin and white washable kid pumps are
best with tan leather and white ivory soles-, heels to match.
:V The "Mount Vernon''--colonial is particularly smart
white sole and heel with lar??e dull oxidized metal.
^ $4.00, $5.00
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Jv Voder Masonic Tf?pl? ' ? - y " ; ^hoes That Satisfy
aistsforCiV wv C^^lL !
*^^^^3^^r, Saturday, I
' ! /fyl^ "^^ifV 'Salis' ?<i\d In 106 f??bl?plng ot tho
: fi^/fita ?I P . -* W SPORT Sti^-that ;
M ilT??ffi*}^^ # ll, ' ' "?v . - kwlngin Palm'B?ach and
' /// / / fg sni?ments ?% materials-originality : -
/jv / i \ i -'' ' tu"* 'v*"^ Mn? ?nd
Cll j "| PETTlCOATlpment CASTHE Hats
v AUTO (Bm%
Tho marriage of Miss; Kate Liddell
j and Mr. Thomas P. "Baskin took
j place in the Lowndesvllle Presbyter
I ian church a*- high noon Tuesday,
j The bridal tarty entered th*
i church to sweet strains of Mendel
! Ksohns Wedding march rendered toy
j Mrs. T. B. Jones.
Tho bride entered with her brother,
Mr. T. C. Liddell and the groom
j with bis best man. Mr. St. Claii
Raskin. MJss Gussie Cunningham
! was maid of honor. The ushers were
j Messrs. B. E. Allen, Kembert Allen
' E. WJC Harper, Jr., and Georgo Har
The ceremony was Impressingly
pronounced by F?ev. H. C. Fennell,
their former pastor.
The bride wore a blue traveling
suit and carried a shower bouquet of
white carnations, and never looked
Tho church was artistically decor
ated with flowers and potted plant.'
with a background of while, draped
The bridal chorus was rendered by
MVfs Ella Floyd and Mrs. E. W.
The bride on account of her wo
manly'graces, and excellent traits "of
character, ha? drawn to her a hos*,
Tho groom is a gentleman of Ger
ling qualities, and his many friends
congratulate him on winning such a
prize for his life's companion.
An elaborate and well arranged
reception was highly enjoyed by the
guests, at the home of the brlde't
torother. Mr. T. C. Liddell. -Miss
Annie Liddell happily und skilfully
directed affairs and made lt an en
The out-of-town guests wero: Dr.
and Mrs. M. A. Thompson, Mrs.
Jaa. T. Pearman, Mrs. Arch Coch
ran, Mrs. J. E. Watson and Mrs.
Thos. C, Speer of Anderson; Mr.
T. J. Baskin. Miss Lia Sherard,
Miss Georgia Bell Baskin, Mrs. An
drew G. Baskin and Mrs. J. D. WU
son of Iva; Mrs. Robert E. DoHay or
Charleston; Mrs. H. C. McGregor oi
Atlanta; Mra. Jas. L. Baskin of
Clemson college; iMr. S. C. Baskin
and Mra. E C. Simpson of Green
ville; Miss Kettle Jones of Starr.
Tho contracting parties left im
mediately after the ceremony for At
lanta end other points. On their re
turn they will locate In Anderson
where they will make their future
? delightful affair for encampment
week was the party given on Wednes
day ovenlng by Miss Carol Cox al
her handsome home on North Mc
Duflle street. Thc broad piazzas and
s paci?n parlors wero. attractive re
treats for ' the young people. and a
very merry and happy evening ^vas
spent by all. Her guests Included
about twenty of the Clemson cadots.
and about the same number of young
girls. MrB. Janies Stall and Mise
.Bug Norris' of Greenville assisted
tho young hostess.
Mrs. Jessi Lewis and Mrs. Blaii
Rice of Belton .are the. guests of Mrs.
Q. Prank Johnson.
' Misses Harriet and Ruth Easterby
of Laurens are the attractive guest
;af-Mrt'. G. B. Greene'; "
Dance Per Tonjght.
Mrs. S. N. GUrncr, who ls chair
man of the committee Of ladies, who
have charge of - the entertainment for
the cadets for tonight >M a meeline
yesterday morning and plans were
made for another open air dance like
the one on Tuesday.1 This waa. done
by ?special request of the Clemson
boys. The danc?'will begin prompt
ly at 8:30.and the street w'll be roped
off - so aa " to gve the dancers more
room than they had *on Tuesday night.
It Will bo given af the same place at
the interaction of Calhoun and North
McDufno' street, and' arrangements
have 6een made to light the Btreets
wStir langer and* better lights. They
-will also have'a, larger band, so thai
the music can he better heard. All
tho young "ladies at the town,, and j
v.lsttTsng girls are cordially Invited
whether they dance or not. Nectar!
will be served during the evening.
$ay Day, Exercises.
' The gymnasium classes of Ander
son will observe May Day on Monday
afternoon. May lal: at four o'clock
?On .tao college campus*. There wfll
W en attractive arrangementB ol
"Folk dances." Indian Club Drills,"
"May Pole Dance" all in costumes.
The' public Ia cordially invited ' ?ind
there Will be no charge for admis
sion ; '
For Two Lovely Visitors.
: Oho, of the most brilliant social
events ever given in Anderson, and
ore that was -beautifully carried out
Ira every detail was the; reception Iflre
I en" on Wednesday by Mra; B. H.
Kramer, Mr.- and Mrs. S. N. Ollmer,
and Miss Kramer. ' g
The handsome home of Mrs. Kra
emer Is^ Ideally . nttcd for social af
fairs w:th' ita ' aprons rooms, and
loVeiy furnishings. Th? whole low
er* lioor Was ' thrown together t &j
means of . fold'ng doors, and every
w hero waa the brightness and beauty
of?nt?ny flowers, in vases and howls.
Th* honor guests were <twov charming
vtol tors, Mrs. ''? Wilmot; "Evans ot Bos
ton and Mrs; Sumter Earle br Co
lumwa.-? -Mrs.'" Evaasjs the daughter
itVUiui Kramer and la always an
att ri C. Ive end populor visitor. Mr?,
fiarle haa been to Anderson several
'times aa the guckt Of Mrs. ?Qifnior
and isalwOya the r?o'-pient of many
delightful social attentions':
1 Tho reception for Wedne?djiy even
ing wad divided into t>or? trioda.
i'Aqrjm \t' to 8:30 and from 8^0?:iOMb.
[?nd'farting tho whole evening the
WILL CLOSE TODAY AFTER
AT ALL TIMES
This Has Been One of Most Grat
ifying Features of School
Much Good Will Result
The Training Behool for Sunday
Fohoql teachers and superintendent*,
plani&d'.'?.n.Q organized by Dr. Jno.
E. White and begun last Sunday a* I
r?e First Baptist church, hs1? proved I
a splendid success. An able faculty
1: ia been in charge and the teacher.*!
end Sunday school workers who
have been attending have shown great
interest touching the highest con
cern:* and welfare ot their profes
sion. The attendance ai the various
sessions' pf^the school has been very
gratifying "and great good to tho
schools represented is sure to he the
result of tho week's work. It is re
grettable that Dr. White was detain
ed in Atianta, but the work was well
planned "and has progressed .inobt
satisfactorily. The school will
close this evening. The program fo?
today .is as follows:
Friday April 28.
10:00-"Tho ' Possibilities of the
Country Bunday School," Prof. Hud
11:00-Pastors nnd deacons confer
ence: "Why Church Buildings," Dr.
3:30-Devotional half hour, Hov.
O. L>. Martin.
4:00-"The Teacher and Ills Mas
ter," Dr. DeMent.
4:,45-"Open Period, Review anti
Discussions," Mrs. Cross.
5:45-"The Spiritual Atmosphere."
Mrs. CroBB. Group 1.
5:46p-"Tho Law of tho Review."
Dr. DeMent. Group 2.
5:45-"The Committees and How
They Work." Jos. T. Watts. Group
5:45-"Learning and Its Requisi
tes." Pror.. Jiudglns. Group 4.
i 6:45-Social luncheon.
7:30-"The Seven Laws Review
ed," Dr.. DeMent. Group 1.
I 7:30-"Class Cooperation." Jos. T.
Watts. Group 2.
7:30-"Tho Senior and Adult Pu
pil." Prof. Sludging. Group ?3.
8 ^O^The1 teaching ot the Book of
Rovelationl,M,1Dr. Carver. ,
Every christian worker regardless
of denomination is Invited to hear
these.lectures'..*''Let tho people come.
Icu all the people come.
s Byar? Agricultural f lub.
Byars Agricultural club will meot |
at Hunters Spring School house on
! Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Ali
! men Interested in agriculture are in
vited! -to bo present..
handsome rooms wera, thronged with
gay abd' merry parties of guests.
At the door the guests were wel
comed by Mrs. B. O. Evans and
Mrs.. J. R-. Young. while others
looking after and entertaining in tho
hall and parlors, were Mrs. P. Kl |
.McCully, Mrs. Jos Shelor, Mrs. A. j
S. Farmer. Mrs. R. E< Li*;.>n, Mrs.
J. Hf Godfrey, Mrs. D. .*., Lodbetter,
and Mrs. C. F. Cr ?en.
In Ute receiving' line were Mrs.
Gllmer, Miss? Kramer, Mrs. Earle and
Mrs.'Evans. 'All wore beautiful
sweet pea colors of white pink ' or
green, which were tho chosen colors
and flowers for the evening. Each
wore a corsage bouquet of this samo
iln the lovely dining room the sam
dainty flower. ,Ih tho- dining room
where f the same pretty flowerq
waa used In profusion, an elegant
salad course In the same colors,
with ices and cakes wore served by
Misses Grace Spencer, Anna Cun
ningham, Janie. Hamlin, Virginia Gu
rner. Louise Ci lin er, and Mrs. Eu
gene Watson, Those entertaining J
the guest here were: Mrs. S. R?.'.
Parker, Mrs. ? F. B. Crayton, Mrs.
W. D. McLean, Mrs. J. B. DeCamp,
and Mrs. it. J. Ramer.
Mrs. Bosenburg and Little Daaghterj
Here. ' - I
Mrs. Phil Rosenberg, late of,
Washington. Ga., with her little
daughter, Mis? Ethel, have arrived
In Anderson' and will make this city
their borne; Mr ?Rosenberg ls per
tcanentiy located bene, having re
cently purchased, the business of,A.
Lesser company?on.j the square.
, . i When YOU take your tr?
; supply yourself with K. N.
Cashed every where; yi
fiilcatich ; if' lost no one
V. and tfif tostJsYery srnaU.
k. N. aud K. Traveler's C
ACTION GRANTED FORMA
*i70N OF CROSS ROADS
SCHOOL DIST. NO.31
By. Mr. J. B. Felton From State
Tho county board of education has
.been sustained by tho state board
of education in the action which
granted tho formation of Cross
Rood? District No. 3?". This district
ls composed of parts of Plerectown
and Hopewell districts.
Supt. J. ?. Felton han received
the following letter giving the de
cision of the state board:
"Supt. J. Bi Felton.
"Anderson. S. C.
"hast night the Stuto Board of
'Education stayed in session till 12:10
listening to arguments and "discuss
ing tho merits of tho Cross Roads
* "After considering tho mattJr from
all points .pf view, the decision of thc
county board of education was sus
"Thia ought to mean that ('ross
Roads school district No. 31 will be
legally constituted and organized for
work not later than July lsrt, 191G. 1
hopo.this end? a long drawn-out and
most disagreeable controversy.
"Please look'. Into conditions and
write me fully aa soon as the new
district board has been appointed and
has entered upon Its duties.
"A four-acre school site, on ade
quate building, and-a local tax of four
mills ought to ibe pointa of immediate
lnvesi.'gat!on and decision.
State Supt. of Rducatlon.
? COMING AND GOING *
Mr. T. B. Jones of Starr was a
I imlness visitor yesterday.
Mr. John Q. Land rain of Green
ville was a business visitor yester
Mr. Abner Wharton of Tva spent j
yesterday in the city.
Mr. 'Mack Sherard of Wllllnmston
came to Anderson yesterday.
Mrs. Lem Reid of Iva spent yes
terday In Anderson.
Mrs. J. N.. Land or Starr was
among the visitors yesterday.
Dr. Tims. O. Kirkpatrick of|
Lowndesvlllo wa? among tho busi
ness visitors yesterday.
MrB. W. T. Barwell of Townvllle
was a. shopper in the city yesterday.
Why Constipation; Injures. /
Tho bowels aro the natural sewer
age system'of tho body. When they
become obstructed by constipation a
part of the poisonous matter which
they, should carry off ia absorbed in
to the System, making you feel dull
and ; stupid, and interfering with tho
digestion and assimilation . of food
This condition la quickly relieved by
Chamberlain's Tablets. Obtainable
Now Is the Time to Oct Hld of These
. Ugly S?ots.
There's no longer the slightest
need of feeling ashamed of your
freckles, aa the prescription othinc
double strength-ls guaranteed to re
move these homely epota.
Simply 'get an ounce of othinc
double strength-from any druggist
and apply a little of lt night and
mo/ning and you should.soon sea that
even' the . worst freckles have begun
to disappear, while the lighter ones
haye vanished entirely. It is'fceldom
that more than an ounce is needed to
completely clear tho skin and gain a
beautiful clear complexion. .
Bo sure to ask \ tor the double
strength ?thlne as this as sold .under
guarantee of money back if Jt 'falls to
: ?? i %. . ?? - ? m
p this summer be sure and
& K. Traveler's Ched?.
Dur signature is your iden
ese can get them cashed;
IjMt. . :. ......-''.. ; '.? '-.':ifv.y'.l
hecks are for sale at
ll -... p -r; -
For all mit door sports wo arc
showing an excellent line of Can
vas Pumps and Oxfords for ^La
dies and Misses-black and white
eau vas with rubber soles from .Soc
to s I ..So.
High lop While Kid Rubber
Sole Shoes al S J. 5.0.
For Ladies, made very man
nish, bf extra good materials,
white and fancy al S Loo
In a variety of pretty styles
Plaids, Stripes a. ? Checks-in all
until, and thc prettiest assortment
of While Skirts in the city, $1.50
and np. . ?t
? ?. .
We've a number of new shapes
suitable for all sorts of fancy
trimming and a trimmer who
knows how-to trim them. -
ICE CREAM CHURNS
in diff?rent sizes.
WP Bill for nu*h ?mil the prlrcs oro rl?ht.
West Side Square
An ounce of prevention h; worth
a pound of euro, This la tho
day ot PREVENTIVQ MEDI
CINE. Nowhere ls'rthis BO ne?
essary as in regard to ti.e care
of the TEETH., Visit the deft,
t?st AT LEAST twice a year, irhother you think you^neetVit "U* not
Let him give your teeth a thorough cleaning, search out tb/4 beginnings
of decay, clean off the tartar, add In general PREVENT those dental
evils that are likely to grow oa you unawares.
DR, HENRY R. WELLS,
Offivo Over Farmers A Merchants lian*, . r
Residence Thone ic?. Anderson, g. C. . Office, *Phei* 527.