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Tb? powdar dissolves In water. Needs nb cooTnng-Keep it on hand.
Rich Milk, Malted grain extract in powder. Tho Original Food-Drink for all agea.
For Infants, Invalids and growing children. More nourishing than tia, coffee, etc.
Pur? taatrition.upbulldiag tb? whola body. In tho horse, or at Hotele and Cafas.
Invigorates nursing mothers, and tho aged. Uubr.iitutes cost YOU Samo Price
. When you take your trip this summer be sure and
supply yourself with K.. N. & K. Traveler's Checks.
Cashed every where; yoiir 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
. ? . ; ... . .i ... ;...>.?"?ti;iti .v.rv'r
Peoples Bank of Anderson
SINCE TAKING PERUN?
1 can say my
bowels are much
My heart is
My appetite is
My throat is
Mrs. Williarn H. Hir.chliffe, 20 Myrtle St, Beverly, Mass.,
writes: "I have taken four bottles of Peruna, and I cart say:that
it has done me a great deal of good for catarrh of the head and
throat. I recommend Per un a to all sufferers with catarrh. Ido
ri?? think'I ever felt rniich b?tt?t':1 ;T am really surprised at the
-work I can do. I do riot think too much praise can be said for
.Peruna." : V'^fW^^^?'^
Those who object to fluid medicines can now procure Peruna
Tablet?, : ;.?.':,,. <-.* ? -Kt,
MRS. ASBULL ENTERTAINS
DEACONS OF .B^lSfcr;^
CHURCH AX TOWNVM?tE
Town ville, May G-Mr. and Mrs.
IO. c. Asbill entertained the deacons
meeting i ot ^the. Baptist church last
Tuesday ejvenipg. The following
deacons were ^present: W. T. "Hunt;
W. C. Kingrli, 8 .Boenian, J. N.
-Boleman, F. L. Gaines, E. C. As
hil!, Elias vEarte, .Rey.'* J.u E. Crlm.
Misses ^nttf? 'JSatt Stovell, Carrig
?t'ewart and Kathleen VLaador spent
the week-end ^?rtth" ?Mise Fannie
Hroyles aisha? lovely country home,
Miss,- Myrtia ./Gantt la at ?orne af
fer closing a successful school *year|
Mr. Woodflne Gantt of Atlanta, ls j
visiting relatives here, r,
' Chevis Cromer of Anderson . waa|
tba guest pf Mr. and Mrs. J. N.
Boleman. . >
Little Missen Frances G nd'Antoin
ette Earle are visiting relatives in
Mrs. F. t>. Gaines, Mrs. Lon
Boleman, -Miss, lillie Galloway, and
.Afra: Earl Barton at tended the
Teachers Training school at. Ander
son lost "week/ ;
Baby week waa observed 'at T?wn
vllle last Friday. <,
j. B. Felton, superintendent of ed
ucation was In*town Wednesday.
? i w^y?^^SB^SB?IS^a?fiSmv\nhwiTiajBgBHsHWH^awa^BMa^H
For Twa Admet ITO Visitors.
Mre. Sumter Earle of Columbia]
und Mrs. Wilmot Evans of Boston, j
the charming guest of Mrs. B. F.
Kramer, and Mm. S. N. Gilnier
have shared honors at many beautiful
and delightful social attentions dur
ing the we?k, most of these being
small Informal affairs, card parties,
luncheons, and' picnics, each day be
ing filled with a merry round o)M
One ot the most enjoyable of these
occasions being the picnic party giv
en oh. Thursday afternoon by Mr.
ind..Mrs. Ralph Ramer at High I
Shoals. The guest went out in au-|
tomobiles about fi o'clock and return
ed o/t 8, spending a couple of hours ]
out in tho country, which is so beau
tlftil .just now:. Mrs. Famer- served j
her guest with an elegant picnic
picnic lunch, all seated around on|
tho grass? in true picnic fashion.
The invited guest for the afternoon
were: Mr. and Afra. S.. N. Gllmer,j
Mrs. Sumter Barle, Mrs. Wilmot |
Evnns, (Mr. aud Mrs. C. A. Gambrell.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Causey,' Mr.
and Mrs. J. II. Godfrey, Mr. and
Mrs. J. B. 'DeCamp, Mr. and Mrs.
S. FJ. Parker, Mr. and Mm. P. K.
McCully, MT. and Mrs. A. S. Farm
er, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. On*, Mr.
J. C. Oilmer, Mr. Albert Teague ot
Laurens,* Mr. J. S. Fowler, Jr., and
Mr. Norman of Charlotte.
Mrs. C. VW. Causey has returned
from Baltimore where she has been
spending several weeks.
Miss Susan Rice o? Highlands Ls
visiting her sister, Mrs. Florence)
Thompson, of South McIJuffle street..
Mrs. E. V. Rice has returned to
her homo ia Highlands, N. C., after]
a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Thomp
f COMING AND GOING ?
Mm. W. H. Dodge returned to
Jacksonville, Fla., yesterday after a
visit of several weeks to ber son, the
FJ3V. D. W. Dodge, Mrs. D. W.
Dodge and . children returned with I
Mre. Dodge and will epehd three or)
four weeks ia Jacksonville.
Mrs. R. A. Gresham and son,
Master Ralph left yesterday for I
Greenwood and Ninety Six to sp cn ?j
the week with friends '.
Mm. C. L. Harris and son, ('lem
ont, have gone to Green* wood to I
spend several ' flays ?wlth'r&latlves and)
friends . '
Mi& Emma Bolt of Denver is visit- ?
fag in the city.
Mr. S. E. Whitten of Pendleton]
spent yesterday in the city.
Among the visitors from Iva yes
terday were: Mr. and Mra. W.
Frank . McGee and little daughter,
Miss Edna; Dm. C. H. Burton and j
D. O. Barr?as, Messrs. W.. T. A.
Sherard, T. C. Jackson, Jr., and P.
B. Galley, Jr.
.' Among those from Clemson yoatcr-.j
day,were: Mrs. F. H. cilnkscales.
Mr. and Mra. john Robinson, M
W. M. Riggs and party and Mr. F.
F. H. Calhoun.
Mr. and Mrs. Jno. G. Burrtss and]
children, Albert asd Xante, and Mr.
John sud i va n et Iva, S. C., were vis
itors to Hartwell Saturday, the lad
ies shopping and the gentlemen cok
ine; after some business while, here.
They came over in Mr. Sullivan'.'; j
new car.-.-Hartwell Sun.
Mr. Way no Todd, ot Arcadia, Fla,
stopped'.over in Hartwell Sunday on]
his return home from a visit to raia*,
tlyes In" Anderson, S. C.-Hartwell]
WEBE LARGELY ATTENDED . >
Miss Mettle Abercrombie Won Med?!
The closing i exercises of the Con
terrville High school, which were held
Thursday night, were largely at
tended. . The ' declamation contest,
which; waa participated in by three
yoting ladies and two young mzn was
much enjoyed. The trustees of this
school, for th&. best effort ?long this
line, award a gold medal and inter
est In the content ran high. -
Tho m ?vi al was awE.rdod to 'Misa
Mattie Abercrombie, whose subject
waa .?".The Kotntm Soldier."
(. A picnic waa given, Friday, at
which the diploma? . were delivered
to Oie graduating class.
^???ii^ II if i :
We are nov prepared to
vulcanize. Automobile Tubes
ant? Casings as well ts Bicyc^
Tires; our facilities for doing
j this work being the completest
I in the city.
i Drop by tad let ne show yen the
biggest thj?g ever produced lo
tho motorcycling wd??d-Ths 1W
West Benson Sir Mt
I AT T? CHURCHES |
Central I^byterhui Church.
Sunday school at id :15.
Morning aefrvlce at'"l.l?30; subject
of sermon, "Is There a Cod, and
What ls H? Lift?." " ,
Evening service at 8:15; subject of
sermon, "Why Did Jesus Leave the
You aro cord.ally invited to at
J. K. Breeden at Toxnwnv and Orr*
Mr. J. K. Breedin, of Columbia.]
S. C., superintendent of the anti-aa-j
loon eague, wtU;1ecture at Toxaway
in the Mcthojdfe^'eharch on Sunday I
afternoon at. -fiSO o'clock,, and at]
CTTville nt 8:00 !o'clock at night.
Tho pubiic'm cordially invited to |
bea.- these lectures.
First Baputlst Church.
10:0p-Bible school, Dr. A. L.
11:30-Public worship, sermon by I
tho pastor, John 13. White. 8ubject,j
8:00r-Public worship, sermon by
the pastor. Subject: "God's Protect
4:C0-The divisions of the Woman's]
Missionary society will meet In the]
Southern-Mra. E. K. Todd, LIgon I
Northern-Mrs. William Brown, j
.Vorth Main street.
Eastern'-'Mi's. Kay,nomi Mattlson.
Greenville street-Mrs. Fredi
Trlbble. 7 $
reiver street-Mrs. R. Y. II.
Nance. > '')'.-, .
; ,. Wednesday.
8:00-Prajrffipjand praise Rervlce.
Itev.'J'. H'. "-Glbboney, rector,
phone 835?' > ' v ' ' 1
Services for the tsecond Sunday af
ter Easter, May 7tli:
10:15 a. m.-Sunday school and|
11:30-The Holy Eucharist end|
< :30 p. m.--Even song and st
The Vestry will meet Monday]
evening at .8:00 o'clock at the rec
tory. . . ,Y !
Tho rector . Wilt return from Sa
vannah for the services announced |
Orr vi! lo M. E. Church.
S?rVt<!?fft'"a1t the OrrvUle Methodist!
church Sunday Moy 7th, 191G:<
Sunday school at 10 o'clock a. m.,j
Mr. J. A. Glenn, superintendent.
Preaching ot 11:15 by the pastor, I
Rev. L. E. Johnson, subject, "The j
New Testament Church."
Lecture at night jot 8:00 o'clock by I
Mp. J. K. ' Breedin, of Columbia, S.
C., superintendent of the Antl-Sa-j
St. ' John's Methodist Church.
Sunday rx hool nt 10 o'clock.
Breaching at 11:30 by the Rev. J.
T. Anderson. . .
Preaching at 8:00 by the Rev. T.
Special meeting of board of ate-1
warde called at night service. Fuil|
: Ai* Christian Chnrch.
Kev. J. G. Har. ii oil. formerly of
A?gUBta. Ga.,' 'will -preach in the
Christian chiirch^on, Sunday morn
ing at 11:80 ond'Hhe' public ls cor
dially invited, to/attehd.'.-?.'
DEATH WIlAlAM C. IIADBEN
Died at Chester in Hospital on Thurs
The following from the Greenwood
Journal of -Friday twill, be of interest
cinco Mr. Haddon is' well known -In
this section and married fi?i? Ken-,
nedy of this city: ?>.. *_.?. ' ;
News waa recelv^. in .the city this
morning of tho midden death of Mr.
William C. Haddon, of Due West,
At a hospital In, Chester last night..
His body was brought to Greenwood
on tho early Seaboard train and
taken to Donalds over tho trolley at
0 o'clock. .No futter*! announcement
has been mode.
The announcement of Mr. Had
don's death will come as a great
shock to his many friends In Green
wood, .especially the northern part o<
the cotinty y here ho lived o. number
of years abd -where he way most
highly esteemed.1 Ho had been in
poor health for tho past several
weeks ?jad went to Chester on Tiiesr ]
day for an examination with tho e.x
<g*c&ftoci of undergoing ?? bpern-?
tlou. Yesterday, morning hie phye?-? I
clan? stated that tho op er? .lion would
not be performed until some tim?;
Mr. wadden wah reared at Doe
West and was a son of the late R. W,
Haddon. - He-lived' in Due West du.
tag.t^jeerly manhood, later moving
?e^Gbk?fcttry, -where he fanned for
a numbe? -?f ?years. Lcsf y esr he re
turned io his old home at Due West.
two in tho .omploy of tho Piedmont
? Northern at Or?env?Be and ah?
other teaching in; Alabama. Ills two
daughter? arv in school nt Due Wean
Mr. Haddon married a Misa Kennedy
Andqy?o?, ^ > ?
1 ?ave feint cftamlb'eriata'a Cough
Ra&?tfy^?nd lt ;#apa got him w?!?.,k
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BARKEN GRAY HAIR.
Sage Tea and Sulphur Darkens So
Naturally that Nobody
Half timi toses lia color and lustre,
or when lt faded,5 turns gray, dull andi
lifeless, is caused by a lacie of sulphur
in the hair. Our grandmother made]
up a mixture*of'Bago Tea end Sut
pliur to keep her lochs dark and beau
tiful, and ihousands of women and
men who value that even color/that
beautiful dark' shade of hair which is
so ; attractive, UBO only this old-time
Nowadays we get thia famous mix
ture improved by tho uddition of other
ingredients by asking at any drug j
store for a CO-cent. bottle of "Wyeth's
Sage? and Sulphur Compound," which
darkens the hair so naturally, so even
ly, that nobody can possibly tell it lu?s
been applied. You just dampen a ?
sponge or soft brush with it and draw
this through your hair, taking one
small strand tit a tim?. By morning
(ho gray hair disappears; but what;
delights the ladles with" Wyeth's Sage
und Sulphur Compound, is .that, be
sides beautifully darkening" the hair
after a few applications, lt also brings
back the gloss and lustre and gives
it un appearance of abundance.
Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Com
pound ia a delightful toilet requisite |
to impart color and a youthful ap
pearance to tho hair. It Ia not in
tended for the cure, mitigation or pre
vention of disease.
Get to know ?nd read Intelli
gencer Want Ads and you will
soon see they will save you many
a dollar and get you what you
want at the same time.
L hereby announce myself a? candl
cb.to for rc-clectloq .na mayor of the I
City of Ahdcrabn, eiubject to tho rulen
bf th? democratic primary election.
' . ? 1 J. H. GODFREY.
. X hereby announce 'myself a candi
date for Mayor for the City of Ander- j
son, subject to the rules of the demo- )
eratic primary election.
WADE A. SANDERS.
FOR ALDERMAN, WARD 1
I hereby announce myself aa candi;
date for alderman from Ward I, nub-]
joe t to mles of the city d?mocratie j
W. E. ATKINSON.
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for Alderman from Ward 1,
subject to the rulos o'f the democratic
C. W., MoQee.
FOR ALDERMAN, WARD 2*
X hereby announce myself a candi
date for re-electioa aa alderman from I
Ward 2, subject to the rules of the|
democratic primary t lection.
The friends of A. M. McFall hereby I
announce him as a candidato for al
derman from Ward 2, subject to the j
democratic city primary.
FOR ALDERMAN WARpT
. I. hereby announce myself a canil
dato" for -ai Sermon from Ward ' 8f liib
J??lW the >,mtbfli"?f the city:* d?mo
cratie pr Ima* y- ?lection.
; v . . . 3 ERNEST DUGAN.
I hereby 'announce myself ? candi
date for re-election as alderman from I
Ward 8, subject- to the rales of tho |
democratic primary election.
. CHAS. P.. SPEARMAN.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for alderman from Ward 8, sub
ject to the rules ot th? city democra
tic primary election.
S. O. BRUCE.
FOR ALDERMAN, WARD 4
I hereby announce myself n candi
dato for alderman Trom Ward 4, sub
ject tb the niles of th6 city dor^o
eratic primary election. 1 '
P. E. ALEXANDER.
I hereby announce myself a candi-'
date for re-election as alderman from.
Ward 4. subject to tho rules and r?g
ulations bf the city primary.
JOHN H. TATE,
Dr. W. P. Ashmore, th?- peoples
candidate announces himself candi
date for Alderman for. Ward /-sub
ject to the Democratic pa rt ltd.
FOR ALDERMAN, WARD 6
, I hereby announce myself a candi
date for re-election as alderman from
Ward 6, subject to tho ruleB ot tho
candidat* ?or~atd?rftdn from Ward
enbject f^ the rv^ of tho clty 'dem
ocra?e prla^ry. vT f
A. a.; MEANS.
FOR ALDERMAN, WARD 6
f''-hareby snri?ua ce my^lfa caa
' iVfd'r y?-?Jectlca as aldej?to
y?t^TO^-1? th? rut?p o
ra? to primary election.
. - t ; . ; - ROBT; ?i. O^RTKR.
"VS 7REN you buy Ajax tires you
? V get something more than fine
rubber and fabric and the vulcani
zation of these two. You get
the maker's steadfast determina
tion for Quality. Ajax tires are
guaranteed in writing for 5000
miles. Measured in miles, Ajax are
better tires by 1500 miles.
While others are claiming Quality
we are guaranteeing it."
Sold by .
SULLIVAN HARDWARE CO;
Anderson Belton Grecnvflfo ,
- " j , ,? ? . i
Tailor MadeSuit Dry Cleaned
vf- . '.'V f. 7?xfi'/ J ! . "i ' 5. . ? ' ..." . ;."'';*',. I"/J'LV*
J Tailor-made Bulla need a frequent dry cleaning and pressing to keep
them lu the heat ot oondltlon.
Our norVleo cj?tn'you but little, and It keeps the garments clean,
. bright and fresh In appearance until worn out.
We remo vu marks of wear and soil. Wrinkles and oreases ar? ra?
moved, and the garment ls kept In perfect flt and shaped so lt hangs
Just rtfht> " * ; ".
You'll f)hd our ^ery?eo odds a great deal, of wear to the suit and
keeps lt constantly*flt for wear on any occasion.
Anderson Steam Laundry
Has no equal, making
ample allowance f or
contraction and expan
Now is the time to put
a new roof on your
house to protect you
from fires and leaks.
i Write; ?pr.'phone us for
ino. T. Burriss & Son
Anderson, S. C.
The Piedmont & Nortea Ry. Co.
Will Operate Special Train fco
Leaving Andersoai S: IS A. M. ')
Leave Greenwood 5t00 P. M.
Everyone Should Be Interested in This Irotitu?oi?J|?jf: Should Ta?
J Advantage of the Extremely Low Rai? Offered Cor
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Ajjjj fron;^?^^^ Corrospo^ng^ Low. Children Half Faro
CHECKED ON . THIS TRAIN
?Y>r further information coll on ?ny ticket agent or write |i?f?|