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ADMISSION 25 Cents.
Fine Quality, High Gr?de Dresses
Street Wear &
/.',. A description that "would do.
lhcao dresses juBtico'ia. impossible
here. We can only Bay ?bat there
are Taffetas, Crepe de Chines, Silk
' 1 on lin:;, and combination:- -all Ju
Ibo most approved styles* and col
ors. You must.see them to-appro-,
elate their beauty and fineness-r
$4 to $25.00 Each.
".. We would say, too, that Vpjj-will
- not tiqd lu our ti tock a single cheap.
' "salo dress" as Is so often the cash'
' -they're tho finest examples bf
beautiful. Bilk .dresses-every one!
?. Seo us for alt your ..wants
NexS (>o Parker & Bolt's
^?^K^?t ifUt^.'?a?ched' Suites, in genuine sojid Mahrig: j
any, of-tiMoihia? designs- ". Neat and trim and w ?tliai i
? :Tmr comforlaHe ai?y lo?my. Both dresser av.d wasli
: i't'an'U have sp^ious <fops ar? drawer spr 1 ' and ar?"pieastog j
. ah^ig^a^fu?, ;'~v
'>. J5xceHeni construction - throughout and a very special
vajue at the price. -..'.'.r,c . ^I^^?l
SEE ''xjViNDOW . , . !
lina and Long for
IS MD HE SHOULD
tl TO AGE OF
PHILIP EPSIN, AGED COLUM
B!AN, TALKS OF F?3TOP.Y
AND HIS HEALTH
HEALTH BROKE LAST YEAR
Says He Attributes His Recovery
entirely to Tanlac-Has High
Praise For Remedy.
My father was seventy-sir,en (77)
years o?r agc when he died, and my
mother outlived him by twenty (20)
years, almost reaching the century I
mark in age before her death. , I have j
always been strong and hearty, per
haps unusually so, until two or three i
yearo ago, aud, before that time, my1
friends said I had. a good chance of;
living to be as old as my mother when
she died.- Last summer my health j
brn!'.e~d?Wn noticeably, but I am now j
again in good* health and I have re
nn in c-l tho greater part of my lost
strength. My rccovory IR entirely duo
lo tho wondorful value of Taolac",
With these words, Philip Epsln, of
924 Calhoun street, Columbia. sum: j
marlbed his praise for' Tanlac, the
wonderful hew preparation which has
uinco its introduction hore last sum
mer. proved tho remedy needed yr re
store . thousands ot sufferers.
There is perhaps' no moro enthus
iastic endorser of Tanlac in Coluro
h'a than Mr Epsln; as his statement
indicatsb. hr." L?C? a. resident of
rolumblh fer an ov?n hair ontury. His
memory hi .remarkably vivid and ac
curate, and ho %ays he weil * remem
bers the timo, when he was four years j
of age, hi left -Europe with lils fath-,
or for America. . *
'I ,venture to say thare.aro few peo
ple in Columbia who owe a greater. I
debt to Tanlac" than-T do,"-conthmpd-J
Mr. Epsln. "I suffered from weakness]
and was naturally debilitated.. My
digestion became poor, and I had. ?to
cat a very light diet. For several
years I could not eat meat Lejat
summer I -broke down noticeably. .My
.strength socmid to give way, and. I
"My daughter had read a great deal
about Tanlac, and tried to influence
ino to take lt. ? I did not. so sho bought j
and sent mo a .bottle. I took that, and
got another. I have just finished tak
ing my. second bottle.
"I think Tanlac ls a? fine medicino.
It has been of great benefit to me in
.inany ways. Summarized, my relief
through the use of Tanlac was: It has
Irbutlt up my constitution, and .1 ani
much stronger now than I was be
fore I took.it. I have a much 'better
appetite and can eat a heavier diet
j without suffer i np those pains around
?my stomach. My,., digestive organs
have been strengthened and they are,
now performing their functions ad
T can 'heartily recommet 1 Tanlac.
My. wife, too.thlnka Taalac ls won
derful. She says she never wilt" let
mo bo without it and that she will
buy it as . regularly as bread."
Tanlac, the master medicine, : is
sold exclusively in Anderson by
Evans* ':PharmBcy .-?-Adv;.
Di*, your feet hurt ibexe hot
days-if so use Dikes Foot Tab
lets. Owl Drus Co.
Ci ? S
[To cook with i? the most
convenient fuel t o be
And it is the cneagsesv
foo wfcen thc ?artUltft
*a? ettcafdon b given iL
Try it Jar awhile*
yoe Wai like it There aro
satisfied usera o? gas ia
Ii i just the thirt? to
neat the bath toom wit&u
I Utk UNIVE]
e Championship Gi
tailed Promptly at ,4
"the Birth ?
Wm Here Ft
FoUovrfns E? ' all-day.V) couierence
with the company's advance business
repres\intative,'.Mr. J. J. Trow.brtdgo
manager of The Anderson Theatre,
announced Thstrsday hight that fin
al detail8\Of the. engagement of "The
Birth of a .Nation" have boen com
pleted and that the Griffith spectacle
will positively he shown in Anderson
for -Jareo days, beginning Monday,
night, Mxy 22. Matinees have been
arranged for Tuesday and Wednes
day and the' advance sale of sea's
for - the five' performances will . he
opened Monday morning at tho box
Tho company that comes to Ander
son is booked'for tho Jefferson The
? ? . ?
She will be,seen as Flora Camon
.deben Theatre Hay 22-S3>21. ' *
; atm.,, Birmingham, for Conf?d?ral
Reunion week and it j corney to An
derson directfrom -that city. It tpighi
he added Uni- tho..' organization has
just completed ,v, phenomenal. run ol
two ,h>phth'?' . th??tre.
Now Orleans' ' inasmuch nc the or
ganisation-, carrlc.-i its own symphony
orchestra of -25 Now York ahlits auil
two carloads of special electrical aid
Bccnl? equipment; the spcc'r.cle will
?bc seen ? herc exactly ? as it is ehowr
in tl-.o larger cit-V/u.
It Is-expected, that '!Tho Birth of . B
Nation? will rank with a fair or b!j
t&to?^jn attracting, V?B?JOTS to An
I dcraon.doring ita-engagement. D. W.
. Griffith; '..tho''producer,'has emphatic
ally stated that] the ..spectacle will
never be presented'except in the first
class theatres! bf the moro important
clMes and -tho Anderson engagement
ir.- catuclated, to .servo all tho terri
tory :v,wit|i/'a'\40-n^e^:,r?dlus. ? When
the company playedTa thrco days' cn
e^ycinent in Grec-nviilo earlier-In the
seo son:,the .hotels wore, filled wJtli
visitors' -and- thc' city 1 had tho -aspe ci
nf entertaining 'a great convention.
The -0011T South.is undor th?.spell
of the .wondeiiul; dramatic 'epic : thal
.(.-.? - ??;.
RSITY ?F S. C;
Best College Pitch*
>r Three Days
(irlttlth bas produced by combining
the arts of music, motion " photo
giauhy and stage realism. "Thc
Birth of a Nation" is sometimes, char
acterizcd as a moving picture but it
is vastly uore thou thut ,as auybody.
who hus "ccu it will agree. It ls
the completo story of Dixie's sor
rows and triumphs during tao war
and reconstruction periods..aUvv? *u
the outdoors with 18,000 peptic r> <'
3,000 horses ot a cutt of $?0,000.. Tue j
spectacle runs 3 hours and an elabe-,
rato symphony t'core, played by tho
highest-salaried orchestra on lour, ia
fitted like a flowing garment, to its
n,000 scencj. In addition to tho mus-'
j ic roalistlc effects are a'.tain rd by:'
m In "The Birth, of a NaUon" at tjic An-;
the use of a great array of special
sound doviceB "back stage'.'', fe Alto-!
together, the services of Ofiy -people
aro employed in each pr?sentation.'
from which it will bo readily'.??vao^
pre?lated that the spectacle is not a)
moro moving picture.
Thc etory of tho spoctaclo ls .taken;
from Thomas Dixon's worhl-popuiar>
story of life and love lu ?tho-Pied-:
mont, "tho Clansman'!* . )
"Chamljorlain'H TableiB : Have li ami
Wonders for Me.w ; '..
*T have been a suf fercr^f rom stomach
trouble for a number of years,- and air)
though I have used O great number ot
remedios recommended for-this com-'
plaint, Chamberlain's Tablets is the
first medicine that has given 'toe 'posl- '
tlvo and lasting relief," writes Mrs..
Anna Kadin,' ?peucerport,.... N. Y.
"Chamberlain's Tablets bare d-ao
wonders for nv J and. I value then; very
highly/' Obt?wablo everywhere,
tbndon^May ll.-Tho Marquto of.
Crowo announced in* the house of
lords yesterday that BAron Wim-:
borne, lord lieutenant of-Ireland, ha**;
ils conics back to Firestones.
in of ei<pcr,?ch?c.':sti Pirct
j Grad un tc now into the exper-.
class-who enjoy - ; ??? - -
?STH MILES PEft^ pl
IrTreston? man and find out why you
ihja extra ?ervlco at average cost.
'North Main: . /\:^/
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?rs in the Entire State.
AUTOMOBILES 25c Extra
Foi Gr?wihg Girls
fort&btey Juniper Sole?--;*.
Thc Pest Sliper Fur This Kind of Weather.
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