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^ OUR ANNUAL COST SALE]
K^^g ? Opens MondayvMay 15, '
WK ff ' \ To quickly reduce our stock, COST PRICES-commencing at 9:30 A. M.,
PB^R // _Jgjj Monday morning-will prevail throughout our showing of
^^m?B? Coat Suits, Dresses, Millinery, Waists, Wash Dresse^ |
^^^'^^ . Lingerie, Neckwear, Gloves, Etc. ^-s.
ta For Ten Days (^^1/
An opportunity to provide yourself with the best in this summer's needs
everything that women wear-and of the newest styles at a great saving.
Strictly Cash During Sale
SEE OUR OTHER AD, ON PAGE THREE
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MRS,' JOKES SAYS "I HAVE
BEEN HELPED IN SUCH A
TAKING FOURTH BOTTLE
Say? Her Hea* Hurt Her For Two
Year? B?f ore Taking Tanlac
-Other Illa Relievedl Atso
"Tanlac -is tao finest tonic in the
wur|d," waa. <sh? emphatic statement
of,Mrs. J. A. Jone?. pro'prJetre8B"of
a boarding house 'at 1015' Assembly
street, 'Columbia, lin a recent inter
view 'with the Tanlac representative.
^ ;.-... . Hals CAj^ictty of Boven.j
; pa^n^rs, f Higli grado j
. \ ' mat?riai: ??eat appearance.1
; ^ Rea^n^)le prices. We also
X ; . ; make commercial bodies
?ji?^ jttoeya tofit any make
,,/ artd'.pr?o^s. ' v.:. ^ / ." ..
Nnncy Hol5 ema
$1.50 per 1,000
v;??t' ja" rcaijy a'.wonderful medlclnd,'.'
added Mrs.. Jones. "I) am now tak
ing : my fourth boCtle, andj I have ficen
helped in such a wonderful way by
it that I just caa not say too much
in praise- or it." . .
Continuing, Mrs. Jones;. described
her suffering and gave ihe.' highest
praiso to Tanlac, tho remedy which
gave her such remarkable relief. Uer
statement follows: '
"I Buffered from vertigo, and a kind
of swimming in my head, 1. always
had a headache - with this trouble. My
"head hurt mo ali the time for two (2)
year?, and if this pain happened to
ease up, I would be hurting around
my stomach and ' ray heart. Often 1
would hurt almost all over.- my body.
AU my energy seemed to .leave mc,
and' I was forced to drive -myself
around to do my housework.
. "Neuralgia caused rae ' awful pain,
and at fines during th?-past thirty
(30) - yeara 1 have had ? neuralgia sd
(badly .they would give me chloroform
to ease my suffering. Frequently ray
'n?rvea would go to pieces and 1
would ehake as if I were having a
"Final ly I decided to try ,Tan lac
I .am'.now taking my fourth bottle,
and the remedy -certainly has given
mb great relief. My heart and stom
ach are in good condition now, and
do hot give me pain. I feel so much
better in - every way. My head : is
clear and I do not have those spells
bf vertigo. Those attacks haye hot'
returned since I began .taking Tan
lac. . . ..
"I can eat just as* ranch of any
thing as I want, and lt: does rot hurt
rae in tho least, - so j much ha.; ray
j stomach been built up. -I have had
only one attack of neuralgia since I'
hogan taking Tani ec, and I h el J eve !
would not have bad that had 11 not
stopped taking 'Tanlac for a few day?
after my bottle gavo out. '?'*:? ; j
- "I am greatly .pleased- with " Tan-1
lac? and X sure am thankful 'for tho
good it''-dfd for me. - .Tanlac is the
finest, tonic is .-the world.; The Tan
lac tablet/J also arc Very; good '; I can
recommend Tsit'sc now. like others
who h?ve taken lt, in tbs : highest
terins, becaus--; I have been .helped in
?uch a remarkable wuy by it. I
just can not eay too much in praise
Tanlac, the master medicine. Ia sold
es du el voly hy UVsne> f^Srmacy,' two
stores, Anderson ; Horton's Pharmacy,
Bel ton ; Wost Pe I zo r Drug Co*; Pelser ;
fendlstott Drug Cdw JP*ndlstoa; ^olt
Brag Co? Monea Path; D. L. Donald,
WliilamBton; Saber Drag Co., Pied
mont \ Pri?e: ? per bo t Ho s tra? gb t.
.. !?-" ,y ".,1 .r."1 ''i.-V i ? ?'
HQT?CE TO x^OITOWS .
AU persons having claims aga?net
.the estate of Hugh Mahfcffey, Sr., de
ceased, ara hereby notified ?to present
them prpiwly; proven $0 ' the under
signed within th's time prescribed by
law, and'thoiw indebted to make set?
'?'.'....>. ' - Oso. *?V Sullivan, '
? ? s. and.
M. C. Mabaffey.
April 10, 19161
s*: MILL mm *
O. R. Harris han resigned as mus
ter mechanic of the Chadwlck-Hos
kins Co.. No. 5, Pineville, N. C.
Chas. Koon has accepted the po
sition of outside overseer at the
W?lterntton (S. Cf Cotton Miller.
., G. E. Couch of Ware Shoals, B.
C.. ls now second hand in cai ding at
tho Mills Mill, GreenviUo, 8. C.
- S. A. Rhyne, of Charlotte, N. C..
Is how grinding cards in tho Imperial
Yarn Mill, BelmonVN. C.
Arthur. '8<tapson has. become sec
ond hand.:tn carding at tho Diadem
boro (N^ C.) Cotton Mills.
J. D. Ivoster of Greer, S. C., ls
now night ovsrsoor of twisting at the
Riverside Mills, Anderson, S? C.
L. H. Cole.has resigned as over
seer ot spinning at Raeford Power
and Mfg. Co., Eacford; N. C.
-. -. Hanna ot Greensboro, N.
S., is overhauling spianjihg at the
Brogon Mills, Anderson, S.:.'C. ? .
C. L..Hdtch?son ia now snperin
'cadent of -tho Sapona Mills, former
ly the Cedar Fa I !a (N. C.).Mfg. Co.
D. R. ' Hinkle has; resigned' as card
er .and spinner at Milstead Ga-, to
become assistant superintendent at'
Tellas&ee, Ala. *
.'ic. M. Borden,>formerly of : Ker
: Shaw, .8. C., has accepted tho posi
tion of . overseer of carding at Mil
i C. V. Russell of Charlotte. N. C..
bas accepted tho position of master
m echan ic at tho C Ii ad', vick-rio aldus
Mill No. 5... Pineville, N. C.
I J. F. Moss has been promoted
from second . hand to overseer >1'.'of.
weaving, at the Dilling Mill, Kings
Mountain, N .C. *
I fl. T. Burton has accepted a posi
tion as second hand In spooler room
at tho Calhoun Mills, Calhoun Pails,*
S. C. .", . -
Grady Tucker has rescued his po
sition at the Calhoun M!'is, .Calhoun
Fail?, S. 0?, andi moved to Anderson,
H.! C. s
>' ?. E. II I sht owe r. p rosi d en t of tho
Thomas ton Cotton Mills? Thomaston,
OB., ?pent lest Saturday In Charlotta
J. H. stillwell'has resigned as su
perintendent of Afilas. W?. Co., Bas
?sa?cT Ci?y, N. OVi'sbd accepted a
position e* Hote-wmiamaton Mills,
Fayetteville,. N. C, - .'VV-V.?V'-A
D. li. Jon6z* bas reslxcoil as super
intendent ?sd. manager of Victory
Mtfc'^'-Oa:^fiaPS?s4ltt?, N. 6% to- de
vote bia .whole, time to< the Milleu
Cotton Mille, Milleu, Ga.
C. C.. Clark, formerly sup^rlntou
dent of Worth Manufacturing Com
pany, at Harden; N. C., ia opening a
grocery store at Bessemer City, N. C.
.0. jr. Booker ' has resigned aa sec
ond hand ir. No. 1 waaw room at
."Landale, Ga,, aaa will spend the
summer in -North" Carolina.
?MS.- P.' ' Ch coter has been promoted
frota, ovBTseer of spinning to night
B?perintendent ot 4hs Lenoir (N. Ci ;
Marvin Poovey, of Gastoola, N. ?.,
.Iras- accepted" "tho position of ovor
seeri ofspinning ot the Lenoir (N.
C.) Cotton'BARB. %
A. L. Howell, has accepted tho
position , of asgfc-lant supcrintoudent
of;the Earnaldaon' Was to Mill. St.
Pauls, N. C. .'.
E. B. Wise; o? Bt-.esburg, S. C .
has accepted/Che position-ot super
intendent of tho Martel Mfg. Co.
Egan', Ga. * .
J.R. ?lowe of tho Phenlx Mill,
Kings.Mountain, N. C., is now. night
overseer of Weaving at the O?age
Mill, Bessemer,City, N. C.
I#. B. Gibson baa resigned as over
seer of carding at Seneca, S. C;t to
income second ; hand in carding at
the Woodside ?Mill, Greenville, S. C.
/W. R: MoBely Of Greer, 8. C., h aa
accepted the position of master .me
chanic at t,he "Monaghan Mills,
Greenville, S. C.
J. V. Thompson ha? been promot
ed ?rom overseer of weaving to *uv
perntendont of Vctory Mfg. Co.,
Grover Suttim, of Edenlon, ?. C.,
has accepted the position of night
aolnner at Holt-Wllllamston Mills,
Flayettcvilio, N. C./
Jl. T. 'Tico of Columbus, Oa?, ;has
accepted the position c-f master me
chanic-at tho Hillside Mills; La
G range, Ga. ' . -
Wv. H ; Mathis has resigned his po
el?'cr? at the Bibb Mill No. 8,.Macon
Ga., to become second hand In spin
ning at Milstead, Ga.
. J. P, Bller tbas resglncd as over
seer of weaving at the Dilling Mill,
Kings. -Mountain, N.e., to accept a
similar position at the Chadwlck
Hoslrine Mjtil No. 4,'Charlotte. N. C.
A. C.-Pavels bas resigned.-as : light
overseer of spinning at the ..River
side Mills, Anderson, 8. C and ac
cepted a position with Tho Swift
Mfg. Co..,CoUi?*?t?s, aa.
L. Cuddy has r?slgnod as su
perintendent ot tho^. Atlantic and
Gulf Mills, Quliman. Ga., to become
assistant superintendent of thc Con
ri**?lciit > Mills, Danielson, Conn.
BE MADE SOON
liWasbtogton.. Mfey? li?.--The; third
annual bird conni.' : of the United
Stated wilt po aindo by tho Bureau
ot Biological 8woy of tho United
?tataoi dDepartnitnt of Agriculture
during the breeding season, in May
and June. In making thia survey the
i^reauvwlil irel* .largely on/persons
interested hi WM lifo who agr?e to
act as Volunteer enumerators and
count the different kindw of birds
found la a 40 or 80 aero* farm or
wooded tract nmr^eir. homes. .The
coonta thus made- by unpaid observ
ers during the last two summers have
furnished to U>o dspartment valuablo
data on the character, number and
VUstribnUon of tho hird population.
care: adarg? number of volunteers in
tba west to repo^ ;on ;the bird life in
' A- '/," ?
thc plains, thc acm inn-Id region?, thc
deceits, und tho.. mountains in that
part' ot tho (Juted Sta'.cs. Kspcla.
attention ls also to ho glvcm to" tsecor
iag data as to tho birds In tho fr ul;,
districts Of tho Pad fi c co-tat ! and In
tho South Atlantic and Gulf ??tutea. '
Tho lu formation collected this year
it ls believed, will be of'Special value
In enabling the department to test
tho cue ct of state and national b rd
laws and also in. determining-what
relationship extols between bird life
and tho prevalence of locusts, grass
hoppers and other iusect pesos In dif
ferent localities. V
As ft is ImDOsaibJo to nuke an ac
tual count of all the birds tn any ex
tended district, each enumerator Is
asked to report only upon the number
of bl rd a breeding in a solectod area
of 40 to 80 acre? in .country or sub
urban districts. . Pram the figures
thus obtained, those kv charge of the
work ?re able to approximate the to
tal number, ot birds of each kind in
different sections of the country.
'Enumerators who wish to report, on
birds on farms arc asked to choose,
i an area which includes farm, build-i
inga, aliado fcteos, orchards, plowed j
land, patture. or meadow or swamp, J
but not very much woodland. Thc
enumerator begins his survey In day- j
light some morning and zigzag back.!
'and forth in the selected area, count-'
I lng the male birds. - Early in tho..1
I morning during Ute last of May br. i
: the .first .week cf Juno every , male}
I bird should bb in full song and there (
.fore easily counted. The count of
one day ia to .be verified by observa
tion on several mornings.
The height ot the breeding soason
should bo crUwih for this work, tn
the latitude uf washington, May 30th
is about tho proper date for the
count. In the ' latttnide of Boston tho j
work should, begin; a week.later, and
?south of Washington even on earlier
dato should bb selected.
. ,In addition to reports on farms and
suburbs, enumerators who. can do so
will be asked tb report on the birds
ia a timber area of about '49 acres or
in tn isolated, bit ot woodland of from
io to 20 acres." In the Northeastern .
II states neparate reports' on th? norn-!
j ber or (birds found tn the wilder por- j
j tiona of tho farina, preferably ; these
surveyed tn tho earlier connia, aro
! desired. ' ?' i
Those wishing tb take pari-.In th&
survey can obtain completa tbxtrac-,'
tiona by ? writing to fha Burean <'?' of
j Biological -Surrey, knited ; Sta tas Df^. <
r^rtmont of Agriculture Washington ?
?>; C . . The' work, howav?rj calls for' '
con?lderab?et .knowledge of to! rd s and
only ifaoaa *whbi can readily distlng
? Ita tho different Hinds should un
dertake to maka retoraa for their'tb-*f
. >aaV*y?n ima m tn-+m*?mmm-?-rm .
.- : Two :vf^pa*|ea Arrive.
, San Antonio; May 18-Two com?."
panies of coast artillery reached Wifc?
today and camped at Fort Sam Mana
too. Jt ls- exited alt tho companies
included tn tito movement w?t be in:
by n?^ht,*on?i?ntrapea- . bead-;
quarters tonight after two weeks ab
sence. * j
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ROCK MILL, SOUTH CAROLINA
June 13 to July 21,1916.
NOTup, EDUCATORS-Some of tho moat famous educators of tho
United StateB will give a series of locturoa^Profoaaoro. ; McMurray
and Thorndike of - Columbia University, Now York, Gomraislonur
'Kendall of New Jersey, and ox-President of tho National Education
Association, Editor, of tho Journal Of. Education, President of .'the
Story Tenor's League, General Secretary of tho Religious .Educa
tion Association, and many Others,
CIUBiSE OF STUDY--Full courses of study will be provided to
me^t tho needs pf (I). Superintendents, anl Principals, (2) High
School Teachers (3) Primary and Grade Teachers (4) Ru>el School
Teachers and (5) thoso wishing college credits.
FACULTY-A large faculty has been secured composed o? Bpoc
. lally ts and leaders, of education In this and other, states.J
SPECIAL FEATURE-Modol Behool, rural school problems kinder
garten practice and lectures on, tho Montessori methods. County
Boards of Education are authorised to renew certificates'still in
force for all teachers who do aa?J<?factory work In tlris Summer
School and take the Anal examinations: '? ?/
LECTURES, ENTERTAINMENTS. OUT-DOOR PLAYS, Mt'SICAL
COMPANIES, EDUCATIONAL MOVING PICTURES, . PERSON
ALLY CONDUCTED EXCURSIONS. LARGE NEW'' 'GYMNASIUM.
REGULATION SIZE TILE SWIMMING POOL. LARGE ATHLETIC
FIELD AND . PLAYGROUND THOROUGHLY EQUipPED^ ACCO
For rates and further information write for Summer. School
j \ IX B. JOHNSON, Pa^SIBENT
j . ? ROCK HILL, S. C'
'jwn?>M? .piji?- in?ij'i?,n'M?liimnnlli II I II I ullin III MPH 111-1....1 ??T......i.in ,._ ... i IA.Ill?
(From The Literary Digest.)
? If your radiator leaks, poor in
Th? self-acting radlalor cement
Finds th? Leak and Fixes It
, Se-Ment-o? is a ppwderi put up In lithographed - tiri cans.
When poured Jnto your: radiator it . dissolves;in' the iiot; w^ter,
At the leak1, thc cool air congeals it into a cement that repairs
lt automatically.. .
Look for the pumpkin colored cans,^lf?p
The ab?Ve advertisement is one of a series,
ihat is miming; every ott^ in the
Literary bigest. v"
WE SELL AND COMMEND THE ABOVE