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New Sport Skirts
We have just unpacked a grand assortment of the new
est in the New Sport Skirts-in Piques, Bedford Cords, Cor
duroys, Repp, Palm Beach and other popular wash materials
-stripes and plain white, every one a beauty at the price
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?jr a aw W ygiy wi irmm
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Also, we want you to see'the-new-things received here,
this week in Belts, Bags, Purses, Neckwear^ etc. We have
a new shipment ol Net Dresses, too, that will prove inter
esting, and a charming showing of "All White" in millinery,
Leghorns, Panamas arid Milans, the prettiest yet.
And the prices have ll|Ssfcf?v fl I llfB
been reduced to a point _ '-S'Y^?^ /""""HHS
where the savings are won- y /?'//1^?
derfully inv your favor. f / ///i \^ y%
VU these Suits are from our //f4( ly: : 4
regular stock-no special .V?>^^*T^I?'. j
purchase of job lots or V '- ^ ?
samples-but new, stylish ? ' ^ v y. j
Suits, bought in the regu- ?*-**.* ..? ?..i...
lar way. Included in this offering are a number of the
newest Taffeta Silk suits which haye just come tn.
ALL GOING AT ONE-THIRD OFF. '
West Side Square
They Lace in Front.
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The North Anderson property
recently opened np and. now^'pifr
??-. ,.U ?B?B cus? the company 50. per cent
. more' than any others property
? ; bought by the company. : |
^.?fSfWi^M The HW face';
: I : Xf$?r '$ ?;gqrii, and wi? be w?rth? rrtore %
' i ? ?iy?ti^? t<y *ne health and happiness'of the . , , ;
S ' - . -4 .'..; children ,o.f-'your family-.than- a Jot'
:A-^f?^?aaft3ft . There are only 8 of
r $ese lots; so don't delay. V ;;
? Street Car Miracle
The baby laughed-und through the car
Of dull eyed folk nt the nightfall weary
Tho Uttlo silver ripple ran. . ?
And in Hs wake tho smiles began
Llko sunshlno over waters dreary.
Tho baby laughed-and shoulders bent
'Neath weight of toll and trouble tragic
Htralghtcncd with motion swift and strong.
As If that -?fi'rd et), carried long^
, Had Hf toa been by merry magic.
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Tl)6 baby laughed-and ono who came
An clumber ?tilled that music's ringing'
-TjrtnSf?ul *frtn/t??-ln<r '?OTV?1 t!?S CrCWdcd C" T,
"How brave, how kind these faces are,"
Ko thought, with hope and faith up
- .-w springing.
-Minnie Leona Uptori tn New York Bun.
ARE FOUNDED-IN GEORGIA
Familie? From Crowded C'.tioo 8er,t to
Small Fcrtilo Farm?.
inuring the last half dozen years
there have been roany forms of encour
ngemont to people from other sectlona
to go to the south and settle, where
large tracts of fertile but undeveloped
territory are available, but IC appears
thnt tile work of the Southern Settle
ment and Development organization of
Baltimore, which bas branches la other
southern points, ls meeting with more
success than uuy movement to this end'
which has yet been attempted. ?
This organization has already brought
ti large number of homesteaders to
Dixie and in each instance has been
successful In getting the newcomers
well located nnd satisfied.
A- good example of this 'work is that
recently done near Albany, Ga., in the
southern portion of that state. The
establishment of the colony of home
steaders at Albnn; bas proved a de
cidedly greater success than was at
frat anticipated, and plans are now on
h.* t to send un additional lot of colo-,
nliits to Georgia from the- middle west
The purpose of the organization ls to
settle arid develop southern farm areas
by Bending homesteaders from the
crowded western and eastern cities.
The 3.000 acre plantation of H. W.
Johnson, one of the community's big
gest planters, was subdivided into
' forty acre lots. Nineteen families were
transported from Chicago and as many
homes provided for them on nineteen
of tho forty subdivisions. Each borne
and forty acre farm was provided wltb
mules, cows, seedH and a model coun
try residence. The terms are long time
The farm land ls fertile. Even some
of the most inexperienced farmers'
among the settlers bave found the soil
surprisingly product ive. Most of them
are; Russian born American . cl tizona,
progressive,, ambitious and energetic.
They have been In Georgia rd nee, No
vember, 1915, and there has not been a
note of dissension or dissatisfaction tn
the entire colony.
The. educational features of the set
tlement'promise to set a new epoch in
Georgia's agricultural progress. The
settlers are being Interested, m stock
growing and diversified farming- The
leaders of the colony are looking for
ward to tbt time when they can pur
chase live stock and make their newly
acquired interests productive of cattle
as well as general crops.
FAVORS SMALL SUBMARINES.
Simon Lake Says G-1 Ooato of Our
. Navy Ara Best Typoi -*
Simon halie. Inventor of undersea
boats, told the members of the. Mew
York E!ecUienl society the Other hight
that he favored a number'of small sub
marines rather,than a. few large, nigh
sneed submarine:-!, which were liable to
. "It wpuld be wise, to- take a step
i. backward In speed In order to take a
I step ' forward in reliability." bo said
"A number of 200 ton boats would nf
ford the best' defensa to (be country.
The kind of submarino I favor ls what
t term nd 'amphibious' boat. By that
tI mean ono which, may be; transported
by rail from one part of tba country ito
[another.. By building a system of rall
I communication between the principal
points to bo defended it would bo poa
albie to ?bip the snbmarinea'at the irate
of-fifty miles an hour frons one point to
a nb.ther. .
"The small boatscould be t.oilt quick
ty at a cost of $300.000. one-tenth of th?
price.of ti large boat. Tliey would have
a surface speed of 10 koota,and a sub;
merged spsed of 8. knots. They, could
!run out SOO or 400 miles."
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DEVICE MAkES' BOMBS HIT.
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nanoo Finder- For Air Craft Bought by
r GovarnrnsnY After T?tts,
Tho government, after testa by naval
officers, lins purchased tho Invention of
a Miladfciphhv youth which wUl drdp
' ?oraba n ccu lilt ?ly Tro ni cn ueropl.inc.
the inventor la Alfred J, Erickson",
.fito is nineteen; .Hts father was work
ing on the bomb dropping device when
'h&dlid.'The boytook up the problem,
finally got u patent-and brought the
>1rivetftk)n td the attenVTofc ortho gov-,
ernmen t. Tea IK made ut '^orfolkV-' With
a byaroaereplabe- arc said ' tb have
shown that bombs can be dropped
within a: radtos of twelve feet
The device adopts the Idea of ap au
tomatic range ' Cnd?i' ? ror gun*. In a
; frame before, the fdea or the srfstdr ts
} aa indicator by : wblch he can Plot ont
I ah? object In sight on the ground find
time the release of the bomb; >
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' :. . ; Ons Theater's Ad vie?. '/,
.-' Ip. (bea ter at j&r*o? I|ar^n?ton?Ma?k.
no?e?;SfepH: nashed''o? the screed the
?i?ts?^\i^??,'"TIl't??ii aro a rowdy ali
h}.me',we,w*Gt yon ta be a rowdy hera,
ffe want every ono to feel at n?xnsV*..
COULDN'T STAY AWAKE
ll SEEMED, SHE SAYS
PAINFUL TROUBLES ALARM
ED MRS. TEEL, OF
FOUND RELIEF AT LAST
Remarkable Benefit Given ncr o
Just Or?p Bottle of Tanlac
.A- RKeutaatism Relieved
How rheumatism with which shtj
had suffered for several years was
cjnlckly relieved by Just ono bottle of
Tanlac. the Master Medicine, was|
' jld by Mv.i, A. E. Tee!, of 22? Ware
..rec-:. Greenville, wife of the pro
prietor of Ted's grocery or McCall
tteet. : ' ? ' "
"I BufTer?d from rheumatism for
j ; ver?l years," said Mrs. Toel, "which
.bis winter gave mo more than ma
yal nain, : Indigestion caused mej
oiis'.derable pala ofter almost every
meal. That, with the rheum at Ism, j
*-hie'.i-was-a very painful kind, pul
j?y..4)Cr.ves...in bad.shape. I had nc
.pcti:e, and my system was gener
ally* ?run down. I lost a lot of
".weigh'.'jarfd' I had so little energy
tint 1 felt-tired ali the time.
/.'Just- why, it was 1 don't know,
mt'uti Ihnes during the doy | would
.jtt 'KO. sleepy that 1 just could not
stay-.awake it seemed, also 1 would
lave weak spells and my limb:?
;.vquld b?cotas numb.
"I had become alarmed over my
cbhd'/.ion, arid, aa I had read so much
about the great relief Tanlac was
>: Ing'ng td* many, i decided to give lt
"At onco 'after I bogan "to tak<
Tanlac I noticed that my system wv
building up tfud' that I wa3 becom'Inf
stronger. - iMy . - rheumatism was
quickly relieved,. and I gained cou
jB?dorable v?o?ght. I do no*, know jus*,
.l?w., much. My appetite
became groat, and it seemed that I
lust could not. set enough to oat.
"I recommend T,anlac now to m>
friends when, t. jieer them complain
ing, and 1 do'ltTbocauBo I have great
faith In" lt. 'as I have taken Just one
bo'tle and it'gave me remarkable re
lief. A?d that relief came after
many other rriedlcines had failed. Il
is a great preparation and 1 can
highly praise' it." .
Commenting on MrB. Ted's' state
trient, T, W. Galyon, state agent foi
Tanlac, said .'
"Rheumbatlsni ls not only one o?
the most $reyiaient, bil*, one. of tb>
m?si' ?aih,ful,'and' difficult to treat ol
all pres?ny^fl'spases. When .tho di
gestive' organs ' and bowels! are not
working properly and tho kidneys bu
ce mo clogged' up, the whole system
becomes, deranged and saturated with
uric' aCld, poisons1 and other impuri
ties, wbich accumulate in the joints
and other parts of the body to pro
duce' the condition known ns rheu
matism. ' ^.
"Tanlac is a wonderful reconstruc
tive tonic, and seems-to quickly over
comes this condition by acting di
rectly on tho vital organs, toning
them up and enabling them' to per
form their functions, so that the .im
purities are soon eliminated from
he system in 4 natural -way., hi al
ni- nt and external applications, as a
general rule, only' afford) temporary
ff lief. Tanlac. is a constitutional
Tanlac, the master medicine, -is
sold .exclusively Iri Anderson by
levant,* PhaTrrmcy.--Adv. *
. For iafii?ts and Chlldrec
Sn Us? ForOverSO Years
mi m DARKENS
Otin't Stay f?r?y! Here's an
Old-time Recipe that Any
< body Can Apply.
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The use ot Soie and Sulphur for re
s tor lng faded, gray hair .to its natural
color.datea back . Lp , grandmother's
time., shenused it to keep her ; hair
beautifully dark, glOKsy and attrac
tive^'Whenever-, her hair took . on, that
dull, faded or .streaked appearance,
this simple. ml-ture was. applied with
wonderful ;off cet,
.But brewv g ot home la .mussy' an J
out-of-date, ?"!. Nowadays, by asking at
anV drug siyro for a 50-certt bottle of
"Wyeth's 8age ?and Sulphur Cojn
po-ind," you wll.l "get this famous old
preparatiotf,-?mp^t?d by. the'addition
of other ingredients^ which can be de
onrided upon to xe's toro natural color
and .beauty -to the hair.
A Well-known downtown druggist
says lt darkens the-hair so naturally
and evenly that joredy can tell it has
boen, .'applied; You ?Imp;j dampen a
B pim go or soft crush with it and draw
this. through, yp^r/jnair, taking ono
?trend at a tlm?.~>"?y - ttorttnfciitf*
gray hair disappears,-end otter a,p
othor application' of two, it becomes
beautifully dark and glossy.
Wyo tl?'s'Sago and Sulphur Compound
ls a delightful toilet requisite for tho'so
who doBire fi muja youthful appear
ance. It ts not iftttadsd. ior tWi?iw?
mitigation or pr?vention l^^mmWit
f Some Queer Ones j
CILIUM Mi-M-an- n MU ? waaaaar
Married on Friday, 13, and deserted
on second day of honeymoon, Missouri
mon baa sued for divorce without binni
If Bhe grows hair on judge's buld
spot woman accused in Sou Francisco
of celling bogus bair restorer will nut
be hv'.j t to jail.
Man who slept ten days on a stretch
given five days in Joli lu New Bruns
wick, N. J., and other prisoners have
arranged to keep him awake the entire
After escorting wife twice pnst his
favorite saloon to prove ho hud quit
drinking. Montclair Ci. J.) than Btartcd
by again, hV|t said, "Such brnrery de
p?rvea a drink," and went in lo get lt.
When breeze lifted safe toward cell
Inp in New York elgar store, pu] li vin un
[discovered lt was dummy painted by
burglavs jind caught three of them try
lng to open real strongbox in back
DANCING AND LATE HOURS
HELP MAKE GOOD SOLDIERS
Physical Directer Telia Why City Mon
Are Beat For Sentry Duty.
He who would prepare to oct ns n
sentry In case of war should spend
theso nights of peace tangolug until 2
; or 3 o'clock in the morning. This will
make him accustomed to staying awake
j until lute, and ho won't mind the lone
ly vigils of n night watcb. ..
Tlils may be gleaned from a state
ment made by Dr. Louis Welzmlllor.
physical director of a New York Y. M.
C. A.. who added that tho city chap
inn, tho advantage over the country
man lu his tit noss for war. Dr. Welz
miller ls now rounding a class of bust
ness men Into shape to marni such
hardships as Plattsburg will Impose.
"City and country men ought to be
prepared to be prepared for war," snld
Dr. Welzmiller. "Bnt they are not flt
to prepare for war because they are
not ready to undergo the preparation.
Whet they should do is to get in such
phyr.leni L'hapo that they can stand the
military preparation.", ,.
Both classes are creatures of habit,
he addeJ, and, although the country
rookie ls physically harder thou the
city rookie when they first get to camp,
a few days ^wlll offset that The inter
ruption in .habits of the country rookie
will break him nil bp, too. said Dr
"Tho country chap Adds it ni niest ku
possible, to go on night sentry duty.*'
said he. "He ls used to going to bed
with the chickens, and the loneliness
or a night post ls too much for bim.
The city fellow who goes to tango par
ties and after theater suppers and gets
borne several nights a week long after
midnight doesn't mind sentry duty at
all. Ula only regret when assigned to
lt ls that he has no partner .with whom
to dance through lt." ,
STEAM AUTO FOB RAILWAYS.
Naw Car to Carry Forty-four Parsona
and Make Mil* a Minuta..
A steam automobile raliway car, us
ing kerosene ns fuel, 'capable of making
a mlle a minute and carrying forty
four passengers, ls being built by the
Unit Railway Car company In Newton.
Mass. The members, of this concern
consist Of F. E. and F. O. Stanley, who
manufacture a steam automobile that
. bears their name. For a. long time the
Stanleys have been working upon a
pinn of adopting Ibo steam automobile
engine to railroad nnd at reek railway
purposes.. They have now'reached n
point where tho first car. which may
be described ns the steam automobile
enlarged and applied to rall conditions.
will be on tho. rails Itt the .course of a
mouth or ttvo.'' , '
F^Bi Stanley, estimates that with the
present' cost of kerosene the operation
of'tbe car vftlibe h bout a ?critn tulle.
It. hus a baggage compartment mid a
compartment for tho engineer, weighs
about 8S.0U? pounds and will cc-i .-.bout
SlO.OOa Tbe body is of sttfei .nnd 1?
equipped wlth-alrbrokcs, electric light
ing system, and stnndord equipment
Designs, ha ve been modo ror a smaller
car to carry twenty-alx passengers and
adapted mor,.- for service similar to
that of trolley oars. ..
WOMEN'S PART IM. POLITICS.
8uffr?M. Provall* In Staion Which
Havo Ninety - or.c Electorial Votco.
When the Republican and D?mocratie
parties meet In convention next- June
they will find that equal-suffrage has
a very different statua from, what lt
bad lb former conventions. At tho time
of th6 presidential election of 1012 tbe
states iii which' women voted controlled
thirty-seven electoral vote*. At the
next presidential election the states
where women vote will conjirel-ninety
one electoral votes-more than New
York pnd Sew! Jersey combined.
Since 11)12 Bis states-Arizona, Kan
ins, ?regqii. Minois. Montana'cud Ne
vada-have -given. women the'rijg^'^o
vote.. If Iowa?where tba, quttH?a ot
woman's enfranchisement comes be
fore the voters on June 6, Jolnd the
eq.inl suffrage commonwealths thirteen
moro electoral votes will be' added to
the., ?tl ne ty-one of the enfranchised
. day ;;tal?S;flcWav::c^t^'
bought him' rf ta?Cfot?? t^toiftj
Dainty Pumps iii attractive
design that will make a
strong appeal to feminine
Among the new arrivals are 72 pairs Krippendorf-Ditt
man's Kewpie Pumps, dull mat goat-all the style you are
looking for. and would Iv? considered great bprgaHr?'-at some
stores for. $.1.5o pstir. Our price-ail sizes
3 to 7, the pair._.
Same style in Patent Leather.
72 Pairs Lonshury Mathewson Co's. Paris Pumps-and
there has never been shipped south a snappier,.prettier, more
stylish Patent Pump by any one to sell for Sf.S.QO. Our .price
in H, C and D widths and sizes 2 to 7, . r ..
the pair .
100 Dozen Puritan Diapers, size 22x44 inches, hemmed
ready for use, absolutely aseptic and sanitary, t?f?1
guaranteed by manufacturer, the dozen.V .'T
Screen Doors and Widows
ICE CREAM CHURNS
Alaska and North Star in sizes to st?it any
in different sizes. ,
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* We aril fdr cash and the price? are rlglit, r "'?<
TATii HARDWARE C?.
. f Wert Side Square
MC AND SUMMER
MarVthe smart styles; 1h? un
approachable cut and superb
tailoring in the suits showrt here
$12.50, $15, $18, and
You Know the minute you
I see them-that they ar? right;
f there isn't ? question of com
promise;1 not a shadow of Inder
f cistern \ ';- j!
We h?ve other good suits at
.Arni w? are . ready With * a
Straws, 50c to $3.00