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Suffered For Years
There are ninny people who villi be Interested in the experience
of Mr H. Julia Byard, Fort Kenton, Mont. She writes: ?
"I suffered for years with gall-stones. A friend wrote
me about Frultola nnd Traxo. I start:.<d taking It and
am completely cured now and feel better, than I have
felt for twenty years." . .
Mrs. Byard'* testimony I? similar to that of many win? luve
given this remedy a chance to help them.. .Fruitola Is a powerful
lubricant for tito intestinal organs, softening the hardened 'particles
tlmt cause so much suffering and expelling the congested waste In
un easy, natural way...A single dose ls usually sufficient to clearly
Indicate its efficacy.. .Trauo lg a splendid umlc-alterntlve that acts
on tlie liver and kidneys, stimulates the flow of gastric juices io
aid dige.stlou, and removes bile from thc general circulation.
F ru if o!? i and Traxo. are prepared In the Pinus laboratories al
Monticello, I1I" and arrangements have been made to supply them
through representative draggixts. In Anderson they can ii* ob
talned nt I : va ns Pharmacy, Two Stores.
* WAI.KER-McElmoyte t
MR. MURPHY RETURNED
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A largo crowd attended ?h? "singing
nt Flat RO'JK.-Sunday.
A great number"ol friends and re
latives attended the funeral of Mr?.
Mullinax at Sharon on last Friday
There will be a meeting of the
patrons of this district nt th? school
balding Saturday afternoon for tho
election of trustees.
Dr. Algood haB just returned from
C'harieE'.on where he has been at
tending tho State Medical meeting.
Mr. Looper of- Kaslcy,- accompan
ied by his daughter, Mrs. Williams
and husband, visited Mrs. R. L.
Robinson Sunday.- .
Miss Pearl Thompson has return
ed home . after, a successful year's
work at Sims*v mill'-school.
Mr. W. S. jordan, and family and
Mrs. J. M. Haddon spent last Sat
urday with the teachers.
The date for tho school entertain
ment will bo announced later.
Hti"n? u Few Slays W Atlanta
For Several Rays.
Mr. J. L. Murphy returned from i
Atlanta yesterday afternoon where he
had been for the past few dava. He J
will be here and 'will supervise the
canvass for subscriptions for the rail
Mr. Murphy was to have been pres-j
ent at a. meeting which was held at
Holland's school house on Wednesday
afternoon, but was detained In Atlan-1
ta unexpectedly. On learning that he
WpU.Id be unable to attend the meet
ing, Mr. Murphy wrote to Mr.
Frank Watklhn usk?ng that he have |
this fact explained ut the meeting.
Before tho letter arrived Mr. Wat
kins left for Hartwell where he spoke
at the exercises on Decoration day.
Mr. Murphy ls sorry or th's occur
ence, and hopes that the people wlj!
The only chance you have'en
campment week - Nunnally's.
Owl Drug Co.
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K>!rV .?..?.A f: .?>..-..-V'S t>rir- r*
About Y ow White Pump9
and come to our store where you can be easily suited.
Canvas, buckskin-and white washable kid pumps arc
fest with tan leather and white ivory soles-, heels to match.
' The "Mount Vernon"--^colonial is particularly smart-=
white sole and heel with large dull oxidized metal.
$1.50, $2.06, $240, $3.00
ll SOCIETY [j
The marriage of Miss Kate Liddell
i and Mr. Thomas P. 'Raskin took
j place In the Lowndesvllle Presbyter
I lan church a*, high no ' Tuesday,
j The bridul rarty intered th'
i church to sweet strnlns of Mendel- j
. Ksohns Wedding march rendered toy
Mrs. T. B. Jones.
Tho bride entered with her brother.
Mr. T. C. Liddell and the groom
with h!3 best man, Mr. St. Clali
i ; Bask tn; Miss Gussie Cunningham
j was- maid of honor. The ushers were
I Messrs. B. E. Allen, Remhert Allen
1 E,. Wri. Harper, Jr., and George Har
The ceremony was Impresslngly
! pronounced by F.?ev. H. C. Fennell,
I their former pastor.
Tim bride wore a blue traveling
j suit and carried a shower bourjuot of
I white carnations, and never looked
Thc church was artistically decor
ated with flowers and potted plants
with a background of while, draped
T^he bridal chorus was rendered by
M!'t'3 Kiln Floyd and Mrs. E. W.
The brido on account of her wo
manly graces, and excellent traits o?
character, has drawn to her u host
Tho groom ls a gentleman of r/.cr
llng qualities, and his many friends
congratulate him on winning such a
prise fo- his life's companion.
An elaborate and well arranged
reception was highly enjoyed by the
guests, nt the home of the briJe't
brother, Mr. T.- C. Liddell. Miss
Annlo Liddell happily and skilfully
directed affairs and made It an en
The out-of-town guests were: Dr.
and Mr3. M. A. Thompson, Mrs.
Jas. T. Pearman, Mrs. Arch Coch
ran, Mrs. J. E. Watson and MrR.
Thos. C. Speer of Anderson; Mr.
T. J. -Bankin, Miss L'la Shojrard.
Miss Georgia Bell Baskin, Mrs. An
drew G. P.askln and Mrs*. J. D. WU
son of Iva; Mrs. Robert E. DoHoy o'
Charleston: Mrs. H. C. McGregor ol
Atlanta; Mrs. Jas. L. Baskln of
Clemson college; Mr. S. C. Baskin
and Mrs. E C. Simpson of Green
ville; Miss Kettle Jones of Starr.
Tho contracting parties left im
mediately after ?.he ceremony for At
lanta and other points. On their re
turn they will locato in Andersen
whero they will make their future
? delightful affair for encampment
nnlr woo ? li -k pa?fy gltrr^y? m. WvduCo'
day evening by Miss Carol Cox al
her hands-'ome home on North Mc
Duffte street. Tho broad piazzas and
spacious parlors .yere, attractive. re
tre?ts tor;the young people,.and a
very merry and happy evening ."was
spent by all.. Her guests Included
about twenty of tho clemson cadets,
and about the same number of young
girls. Mrs. Janies Stall and . Miss
.Bug NOTTIB' or Greenville assisted
tho young hostess.
MTs. Jessi Lewis and Mrs. Blah
Rice of Belton aro the guests of Mrs.
Q. Frank Johnson.
Misses Harriet and Ruth Easterby
cf Laurens aro the. attractive guest
of Mrt. G. B. Greene1. '
Dance For Ton'ght. ...
Mrs. S. NTS pilmer, who' is- chair
man of tho co m m ec of ladies who
have charge of-the entertainment for
the cadets for tonight had a meeting
yesterday morning and plans were
made for another open ?lr dance like
the "one "oh Tuesdayr'; This was done
.by -special request ot the Clemson
boys. The dance'will begin prompt
ly at 8:30.and the-street will be roped
off rio ?? to gve tho dancers more
room than they had'on Tuesday night.
It will bo given af tho same place at
tbe interjection of Calhoun an-1 North
McDuffie street, and arrangement rv
have been made to light the streets
with larger ?ndi' hotter lights. They
will also have ? larger band, so that,
the music, can he better heard. All
tho yoting' ladies of the town, and
vlsttrlng girls Iare. cordially invited
whether they dance or not; N?ctar
will, he served during *he evening. .
T$?j Daj; Exercises.
The gymnasium classes of Ander
son- will observe May i Day on Monday
afternoon, May 1st,- at four o'clock
on the college campus. There will
lie oh attractive , arrangements of
"Folk: dances," Indian Club Drills,"
"JVftay Tote Dance" "all In costumes.
The public ls Cordially invited ?rid
there will be no charge for admla
For Two Lovely "Visitors.
One, ot the moat brilliant social
I'events ever given In Anderson, arid
one that waa beautifully carried out
in every de&iil was the reception gV
etf i dh W^erday by Mrsi B. Hi,
Kramer, Mr.-and Mrs. S. N. Gilmer,
and Miss Kramer.
. Th? handsome home of Mrs, Kri
-mer is Ideally fitted . for social ??
fairk: w*U.1 ita . apfct?rir rooms, arid
lovely furrilshinffa."' Tho whole- low
cr - floor; waje" thrown together by
mean? of foidrng noora, and .ovary
lWv^^>Wf2a the brightness and beauty
oMnany flowers, in vases tutdr>.^wlsi
Tn^"h9nor greats were two chiming
vMtors. Mr?. Wilmot EfahS bi Bos
ton" ' ami Mrs ;4 Sumter Barlo or Co
lumbia. Mrs. Eran? j* thi? daughter
of! Mrs. Kramer and ls always an
attractive- and riopular vtsttor. Mrs.
Karlo has been to Anderson several
times ?a the^gnofet ot ?rtrs. :Glfm?r
. and is always the Tec.-*?ieot of mapy
?-.HfW?? ?ecep*jon-. for Wednesday even
ing wa*'divided into tw6 . periods.
iWcan 7' to S'iZO and from "8/30 to lo,
?nd duri'ns the. whole evening': t?e
WILL CLOSE TODAY AFTER
AT ALL TIMES
This Has Been One of Most Grat
ifying Features of School
Much Good WU1 Result
Tho Training school for Sunday |
school teachers and superintendent*, j
plannedAhfl organized by Dr. Jno.
R. White and hegun In it Sunday c.*
tho First Baptist church, has proved
a splendid success. An able faculty
his been In charge and the teachers
end Sunday school workers who
have been attending have shown great]
interest touching tho highest con
cerns and "welfare of their profes
sion. The attendance ai. the various I
ssssip?s dH^tho school has been very
gratifying and great good to tho|
schools represcnto'l is sure to be thc
result of tho week's work. It is re
grettable that Dr. White was detain-1
ed,in'Atlanta, but the work was well
plaimed"and has progressed .most
satisfactorily. The school will
close thlp evening. Tlje program rp?
today -ls aa follows:
? " Frlcmy April 2$.
10:00-"Thor Possibilities of the
Country Sunday School," Prof. Hud
11:00-Pastors and deacons conter-1
ence: "Why Church Buildings," Dr.
Carver-.. .-. ?-?
3:30-Devotional half hour. Kev.
O. L. Martin.
4:00-"The Teacher and Ills Mas
ter*" Dr. DeMent.
4:45-"Qp.cn Period, ltovlew nm'.
Discussion?,*' Mrs. CroBS.
5:45-"The Spiritual Atmosphere.'?
Mrs. Cross. Group 1.
5:45i-"Tho Law Of tho Review."
Dr. DeMent. Group 2.
5:45-"The Committees and Howl
They Work/' Jos. T. Watt?. Group]
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5:46-"Loaming and Its Requisi
tes." Prof. Jiudglns. Group 4.
7:30-"The Seven Laws Rcvlew"
e:l." Dr. : DeMent. Group 1. '
7:30-"ClaBB Cooperation." Jos. T.
Watts. Gronp 2.
7:30--"Tho Senior and Adult Pu
pil," Prof. Hudglnsr. Group '3.
8 -.BO^-wTiie1 teaching ot the Book of
RovelatiopS^Dr., Carver. \ , ?
'Every" Christian worker regardless
of ' denomination ls invited to hear
these.lectures'." ~Let the people come)
let alt ino people come.
. Bynrn Agricultural Club.
Byars Agricultural club will meet
at Hunters ,8prlng School house on
SViday ,eVenii|g at 8 o'clock. All
men interested in agriculture are in
vited! to *o" pjresent. .
handsome rooms were, thronged with
gay and merry parties of guests.
At the door the guests wero wel
comed by Mrs. B. O. Eyans and
Mrs. J. R-.. Young. while others
looking after and entertaining in tim
ha!! sud parlor*, ware Mrs. P. K.
.McCully, Mrs. :Jos Shelor. Mrs. A.
S. Farmer. Mrs. R. E. Ligon, Mrs.
J. Ht Godfrey; Mrs.,D. A. Ledbetter,
and .Mrs. C. F,. 'Green.
In tlio receiving'line were Mrs.
Gllraer, Miss Kramer, Mr?. Earle and
Mrs. Evans. 'All wore beautiful
sweet pea colors of. white pink or
green, which'were tito chosen colors
I and flowers for the evening. Each
-wore a corsage bouquet of this sam?
dn the lovely dining room, the sam
dainty flower. In the dining room
where tho fain., pretty flower.1:
was used in profusion, an elegant
salad course tn the samo colors,:
with ices and cakes were served by
Misses Grace Spencer, Anna Cun
ningham, , Janie Uimlin, Virginia Gel
mer, Louise Gilmer, apd Mrs. Eu
gene Watson, ? Those entertaining;
the guest here ? v:Vre: Mrs? S. " R.
Porker, Mrs: F. B. Crayton, Mrs;
W. D. McLean, Mrs. J. B. DeCarwp,
and Mrs. R. J. Ramer.
Mrs. Rosenborg ?nd Little Daughter
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Mrs. Phil Rosenberg, late of
Washington. Ga., with her little
daughter. Miss Ethel, have arrived
j in Anderson and. will make this city,
I their home. Mr. Rosenberg is per
manently located! hone, having "re
cently purchased,'4ho business of A.;
Lefter company; on; the square.
. iTWhCfi von take your tr
Cashed every where ; y
tificati?h; if*-lost no one
and the ?ost/is very small
K. N. aVid K/r.r^veler's C
ACTION GRANTED FORMA
TION OF CROSS ROADS
SCHOOL DIST. NO.31
By. Mr. J. 3. Felton From State
Tho county board of education hus
.been sustained hy tho state board
! of education in the action which
? jrr=3ntc<! the formation of Cross
i Hoad.-. District No. .'A. Tilts district
is oomposed of purts of Piere?t?wn
and Hopewell districts.
Supt. J. B. Felton has received
the following letter giving the de
cision of the state board:
"Supt. J. B. Felton.
"Anderson. S. C.
"Last night tho Stttto Board pf
Education stayed in session till 12:10
listening to arguments and discuss
ing the merits of the Cross Roads
' "After considering tho molter from
all points pf view, the decision of the
county board of education was sus
tained unanimously. .
"This ought to mean that Cross
I Roads school dlstnlct No. :il will be
legally constituted and organized for
work not later than July 1st, 1?11G. 1
hope this ends a long drawn-out and
most disagreeable controversy.
"Plcafic look, into conditions nn:l
write me fully as soon as the new
district board has been appointed and
bas entered upon Its duties.
"A four-acre school site, an ade
quate building, and a local tax of four
mills ought to ibe points of Immediate
1 lnvcsi,*gation and decision.
Str-io Supt. of Education.
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? COMING AND GOING ?
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Mr. T. B. Jones of Starr was a
Voidness visitor yesterday.
Mr. John G. Landnum of Green
ville was a business visitor yester
Mr. Abner Wharton of Iva spent j
yesterday in tho city.
Mr. Mack Sherard of^Willuvmston
came to Anderson yesterday.
Mrs. Lem Reid of Iva spent yes
terday In Anderson.
Mrs. J. N.. Land of Starr was
among the visitors yesterday.
Dr. Thos. O. Kirkpatrick of
Ijowndosvllle was among the busi
ness visitors yesterday.
MrB. W. T. ' Burweli of Townvllloj
was a shopper in.the city yesterday. \
Why Constipation Injures. ,
The bowels are tho natural sewer
age system ? of the booy. When they
become .obstructed, by constipation, a
part of the poisonous matter which
thoy. should carry oft is absorbed in
to the system, making you feel dull
and ' stupid, and interfering with the
digestion and assimilation - of food
This condition is Quickly relieved by
Chamberlain's Tablets. Ob tain ab lo
Now Is the Time to Get Rid of These
There's no looser the slightest
need of feeling ashamed of your
freckles, as the prescription othinc-^
j double r;trent:th-is guaranteed to re
move those homely, ?pots. '
U Simply 'got an ounce of ot hine
double strength;-from any druggist
I and apply a little of it night and
? morning and you Should soon see that
'even.' the - worst freckles havo begun
I to disappear, while the lighter ones
have vanished entirely. It IB'seldom
that more than an ounce is needed io
completely clear tho ekln and gain a
beautiful, clear complexion. '
Bo sure to ask for the double
strength nthine -as this ds- sold under
guarantee of money back if It fall i to
remove freckles. . -
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sp this summer Bensure and
. Sc K* Travel?*'? Checks.
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our signature is 'your1 ?den
ese can ; get tne^'iriasheUi
:ftecks are for sale at
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l-'or all ? ?nt door sports we are
showing .111 excellent line of Can
vas Pumps and Oxfords for La
dies und Misses-black and white
canvas with rubber soles from Soc
to s I ..So.
High t?.p While Kid Ribber
Sole Shoes al S3.50.
J*or Ladies, made vet v man
nish, of exlra good materials,
white and fancy al Sl.oo
S 1.50 each.
In a variety of pretty styles
Plaids, Stripes and Checks;-in all
wool, and the prettiest assortment
of White Skirts in the city, $1.50'
and np. . .?
We've a number of new shapes
suitable for all sorts of fancy
trimming and ;i trimmer who
knows how to trim them.
ICE CREAM CHURNS
Alaska and North Star in iMgffl to s|iit, ?
. ;WAT|ER CO<|yERS Pp^H
We Kell for rash nn<1 Hie ?ricen nrc right.
West Side Square
]3?rS?? ijtp?w.' wm tr* ftp An ounce of prevention is worth
Ar"!' Hi\ a.* IT^i ' lisa * pound of. cure. This is tho.
jill Y an* a Valli 1 day Of' PREVENTIVE MED?
tJ*NV )M VI I if ll X'S CINE- Nowhere is'this so tie^-;
?fa )3 *d?r? .(/. LP . \4 Vj easary as !n regard to tho care
*J w v w of tho TEETH. Visit, tho den
tist ?T LEAST twice ft year, irhetber you think you?need lt or.*.ot.
Let him gUo your teeth a thorough cleaning, search out tho beginnings,
of decay, clean Of* the tartary&nd in g?oerai PREVENT those'aentai
evils that aro likely to gr?w o* you unawares.
' . D^ r?V ?l; WELLS? .. ' \?&?fe?
; Oflke Over Farmers & Merchants Bank; ; . .
Residence Thone ?86. ' ''j- Ai^?rson.^S.V.-';r\Jy .QjRc?^one 527.