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Tho Band You Havo Always Bonghtya?d whichI lias beca
in use ?or over SO years, ?ns borne tho;, signature ot
j^atf ? ? - and b?s,been mart? ux^or Iiis per
&tr jdf&7%?'?*$F~ '' t,??Qn* supervision slm?Olt? ??i'rUey.
Tv*Sl?J? /-teACfUM; AJJoiv no ono to deceive you In this?
AU Counterfeits, Imitations and Just-ns-good,' are '?m?;
Experiments that iririo with and endanger tlio health of
Infants und Children-Experience against Experiment?
Cast orla is a harmless, substitute for Castor Oil, Pare?
Boric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It ls pleasant.- It
contains neither Opium? Morph!;?? sor other I??.?rcoiio
t?Ho-;t::iu:o. its ngo Is its'guarantee, lt deatro^ s Worm?
?nd itfljiys Feverishness. r For moco than thlrtv;
bas. been in constant nae fer tho relief of Constipation,
Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and
Diarrhoea. It regulates tho Stomach and Dowds*
assimilates tho Food, giving healthy and natural sleep.
Tho Children's Panacea-Tho Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CAST?R1? ALWAYS
lu Use For Over m Years
' The Kind You Have Always Bought
TM r. cr.NTAun COM '.ANY. M -*W VONK CITY.
Trav?ler^s \ Checks
When you take your trip this summer te sure, and
supply yourself with K. N. & Kr. Trsvc??i'? Cl.ccko.
Cashed ev?ry where; your'signature is your iden
tification; if lost no one cse*can get them cashed;
and the cost is very small.
K. N. and K. Traveler's Checks are for*sale at
Peoples 6ik of Mitterst^
(From The Literary Digest.) "
if your radiator leaks, .poor in.. .
.Tho self-acting nidiatpr cement ...
Finds the Leak and Fixes It
Se-Meul-ol is a powder put up in lithographed tin cans.
When poured into your radiator it dissolves in the hot water.
At the leak, the cool air congeals it into a cement that repairs
.il automatically. ; ...
Look for the pumpkin colored cans,. .,.?
.The above advertisement is one of a series^,
that- i is running every other week in the
Literary Digest. I
^p?SELL AND G?MMEND THE ABOVE
?8? "? want to ?ell''y?u ?t Vo'ffdeirtral.jbeneflt I hive te-:?
. $ 9 celved fc-ota th? use o? Thediord'? B ack-Draught," writes 9.
g Mrs. Sylvania Woodie! Clifton Mi ils-. Ky, ' S
3 "It certainly I??s no , ?qua? for Ia grippe, bad, cold?, lg
? jltfliveF and stomachtroubles. i?J firmly Relieve Black-Draught g
, ? saved my little girl's life. When 3he had the measles, gg
WW, they went in on her, but one good dose ot. Thcdfprd's ?S
'* g "Black-Draught made them break out, and ehe has bad no . g
;<?jg more trouble. I sh^I never be Without ? ;jg
# ?n ~- home." For constipation, indigestion, headache, ?I21U Wt
S ness, .nalaxia, chill? and fever, bllloirsness,,^d..al!^inUar;m
"S ailmeh^ provec??&??fa'i^jB
S reilab?cv gentle ?nd y?l?aW^ - JB
3 H you huffer from any of these complaints, try Black- ml
9 Draught It fe a>xnt?cfe
?1? jfc?8 o? splendid success proves Its value, Good; fer g
. f^^^n4'an4 .?& > %?s?je everywhere. Prfce 2S cents,
Seen In J
When. General Robert E. Lee. at
Appomattox, wished lo mubo sum?
maVglnai 'notes on the papers of the
tln?il -surrender, .he aBked the .by
standers tor a pencil. Strange to
soy, ;not:'?ne; of the: numerous offi
cers-aud, aldfes-de-campo was able to
Olt^r himvone. At last, an-officer of'
Lee's staff extracted a pocket ink
stand and feather quill from MB hit,
.and with the aid of these the \vlstorlc
document w?s written and the names
nt Grant and Lee affixed at ibe bot?
Tho above blt of history was dug
up by David W. Griffith during his
stagipg of "Lee'o Surrender to Orant
at Appomattox," one ot his striking
I historical facsimile scenes In Grif
fith's motion pioturc, "The Birth of a
* COMING AND GOING ?
.* . ?
** ?.>**.??*??. *.*???.?
Mr. and. Mrs. J. Andel Hall, Jr.,
of Aiken are in tho city visiting thc
former's fattier, Mr. J. A. Hall on
South Main street.
Miss Pearl Hall, who bus been
spending the past few months in
Aiken, baa returned home.
Mica Verrnelle Pettigrew of Barnes
was in Anderson shopping yesterday.
Miss Greta Hall, who has been
teaching at LandTum. passed through"!
Anderson yesterday en route to hcr|
li on ie at iva. .
Mr. Will Bell or Iva was a busi
ness visitor in Anderson Wednesday.
Mrs. Tom Allen and MIs3 Annie
Cooley loft yesterday for Asheville,
N. C., to attend the Southern Bap
tist convention which convened there
.Mas. J. Calhoun Marshall is at j
borne after a stay of several weeks- la
a. hospital in Baltimore. Her manyi
friends hope that she will soon be|
,;2?r and Mrs. P. C. Smith are
spending this week in Birmingham,
Miss Mary Livington of Bamberg,
left yesterday: for her home after a]
visit to Miss Ella Sue Jones.
.Mrs. George Evans has gone to
-Clayton, Ga... for the summer.
Miss Edna di roy les. a former Con
verse student, Ii. Mus.- graduate ol
1914, will be entertained at Converso |
coll?ge this week.-S par tan bu rs
: Mr. and -Mrs. Jfflrank Watkins of
Anderson.-, will attend tho festival.
Mrs. -.Willett- P.. Sloan accompanied
Mr. Sloan :to. Columbia whero ho
went oh business. .
; : Mrs. ;G.. Zi-?Maraball' of -Anderson
w ll 1 be ! the- sues t of j her.: sister? Mrs.
C. B. Waller, on .?Wofford campus
during tho" festival.--Spartahburg
Herald. ". ? ? :
. ; Mr'.. -M .1 ; M.Mallison ^ leaves > today
for Columbia whore ito will spend a
'Misses-'Annie -Sadler' and Sara Gll
iiland of Iva were visitors in tho city
Mr; John T.* Long of Central was
a. business visitor yesterday.
Arnon? the visitors from Lowndes
ville yesterday -' were. ; Marers. Ernest
and Marion Latimer and Dr. A. J.
SfitTS IF iGiCHY
Stop eating meat for n,. while xl
k your1 Bladder is troubling
- When you wake up' with backache
and dull malary ln.t^e kidney.region
U generally 'rieano you have been eat
ing too. much meat, says a well-known
authority, j Meat - forms j urie I add
which overworks the kidneys ia their
Effort to. fit from ihe blood and
they become nort ot paralyzed and log
gy. . When, your kidneys ?et sluggish
and clog you. must relieve them, like
you relieve your bowels, removing all
die body's url noua waa to, elsa ! y o 4
haveiibackach?; eick headache, -diary
spells; your stomach sours, tongue
ta) co?ted, and when the weather is
bad. you have rheumatic twinges. Tba
uticfe <s: cloudy* fttV! of sediment,
channels often gat adre; water seaid?
and you aro ? obliged to seek ?reli?t
twar.o^^jM.wag..dttrini' the bight.
Either consult a 'good, reliable phy
sician at once "ur get from1 your bhar
maclot about four ounces of Jad Balts,
take V^bltsnohfUl td a glass of .<?*
fcr battre;bf^aat !for a; few. deys
and ro?' ktteeye wiirth?n act fine.
This ramous oalta ls mada from th?
acid of grapea and lemon Julee,-e?m
id with Rthla, and has been , used
generations (? clean and atirnti
tian kidney*, also to neutra
in the urine, so-?it no Iong
?, thus ending bladder weak
^U^Baits ta a life saver for regu
lar meat Miters.It ls -, |n?*p*bsivo,
cannot injure and makes a delhjrhtftil,
effervescent Rthia-water drtokV \ 1
fi?&oifM]?nnifujr'' to '.thc Anderson
thoatre *foneny, Tuesday and Wed-'
nesdav,^General Grant is correctly
represented in bis ' faMguo uniform,
dusty and travel-stained, whilst Gen
eral Lee Is-shown in tho complete
I panoply of military dress. "My aim"
suid.'Mr, Griffith In speaking ot such
scones, recently, "has been to Intro
' duce as'little acting as possible. 1
have Ifled w'b*. accurate io every de
tail .and -Ucop away .from theatrlcal
lani." !s ' - . ? ?: ,,
Scats aro selling fast for all 'per
I formances ot- ?..?'.. local engagement
and 'Manager Trowbridge urges pat
rons who arc planning to witness the
spectacle to obtain their tickets with
out delay. -Matinees Will be given
Tuesday and .Wednesday. .
rl j'-'.IJ.JJ'J'- "'ll'-. .'_1 "?".IIIIUlll lW ??
DRY WEATHER AND HEAT
Generous Rains Needed To Pre
vent Serious Crop
Columbia, May IT.-The continued
d'y weather,;with excessive ti-eat und
nearly maximum sunshine, lins inten
sified tho drought, especially for
truck. gardcnB, oats, tobacco and pas
"urj?s, nnd generous rains are now
I needed to prevent s-arious shortage In
i nh crops.-i Cotton germination hus
I been very irregular and utiur.tlsfac
' tory, and planting continues, with
1 considerable replanting. Corn ls
I eUnding- the drought better, than nil
other crops; -late planted bas not
! germinated ; there is some complain',
i of ct wdrm?. Oats aro ripening rap
I idly OVLV the middle und southon1,
sections, and ' harvest has beguu.
Fruit has begun to drop in the wes
Richard H. Sullivan,
Atlanta, May 17.-What! A man
named Dill Pickled in a dry town?
queried - Recorder Johnson In police
court when officers explained- that
this was tile- charge against W. C.
Dill, a printer*. .
"Pickled with a nam? like , that af
ter the first:of May?" repeated Judge
Johnson. "Where is he?" The offi
cer explained that Dill had left af
ter putting up collateral and thc
judge 'let it go at that.
SAVS HE GAINED TEN
NUMEROUS TROUBLES AT.
TACKING HIM AT SAME
TIME WORRIED WIL
WAS GROWING WORSE
Declares Tenlac Made Him Feel
Like a New Person And Re
stored His Health
"I gained ten (Hi) pounds while
taking three (3) bottles of Tanlac and
felt like a .now person when. I had
flnlEfied tho third bottle, so great
was the improvement in my. condi
tion," said i William Henson, of . 806
Lower street. Columbio, : in ;anv inter
view, with tim 'Tanlac representative.
??Sfir. iHenson is sixty-three,/ (68)
yakara of. ago and-has been^a; ' velry,
healthy, man '.generally throughout
his Hie, ho said. H?- added "I have
besij. a -hard .working man all j - ray
life, ana.r?m'^yet'i^'ilr-wa? getting to bo
^rhUy muen-Worried '. >;iaat summer
over. my condition, however; h I be
gan to take Tunlim about August ?,
last, summer, and took ' three - bottles.
I also -houg'-.t one box of Tanlac lax
ative tablets. "These I tooti in con
nection T??Lb the'Tanlac. "Since 1
JSnished the Tahlee treatment, I
have felt well^ atu| -have bren as
strong mid healthy as ueur.l.
"I suffered last'summer from : ia
very. badly ?un 'down- 'condition ot
my -systtSi. I lost weight, strength
andi energy, find . wv.s .rapidly. growing
worseV'^B^'^'where 1 hardly f?lt
adie to move * Vf .?ad ?o appetite, and
suffered ? great deal with' headaches
and tdlszy spells, ;'
.iHy -blood was. in -bad condition'
and I had a kind.of. breaking out on
my limbs. finally I decided to try
Tanlac, and bought my first bottle.
^^Oe^Tanlac gave me wonderful ri?
lief ita. a ;short' tjm>. .". I had gained
tod (10) pounds in actual Weight
i^en rfc liai ;Mnia>?l ,t?i?*.third bottle
?an gave mo a great ?ppot!te, and ? J
soon got 'to 'where t-onnld ?at .any
thing and a lot ot it without suffer
ing itfterwards. .. ?fy 'at?eng?fr and;
t?alfi^ a?me back; 1 The Tabbie
laxative also proVed very valuable.^
Tis?y certainly are vgood to keep at
the house. ' ? '? :':.:sffife^?
v "Tanlac did for me mor* than it is
recommeuded to ??ix i can heartily
f?eoinm?nd lt; ?o* lt ls a great nied
1 cine. I havo told uiany of my friends
ta praising the medicine Which al
meso ;jmuchi g<w4?Tr\
^ft??uc, ; the master medicino,
adld : etclnSlvaiy im Anderson
j I nm a candidate fur Congress from'
tile Third Congressional District, sub
ject to tho rules of ino Democratic
A. H. DAUNALL.
I am a candidato for congress, from:
the Third Congressional district, sub.
jeet to the rules of tho Democratic
Primary. >iv' ' ,
?2 . . . ' JNO. A. HO?ITON.
I- annouuep xujraclt a candidato for
coneross from ibo Third District.' I
will abldo tho rides, regulations and
resulto of tho Democratic Primary.
HENRY C. TILLMAN.
I nm A candidato for Solicitor of the
Tenth Circuit, subject to tho rules of
tho democratic party.
. LEON L. RICE.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for tho offloe of solicitor of the
Tonto. Judicial circuit, subject 'to the
rules and regulations of the Demo
KURTZ P, SMITH.
I hereby announce myself a can
didate for solicitor pf tho tenth Ju
dicial circuit, subject to the action
of thc Democratic party In tho en
suing primary election.
J. R. EARLE.
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for the chico of Supervisor
of Anderson county, subject to ths.
rules of the democratic party.
. W. REEVES CHAMBLEE. i!
i;i ?- . U :!'. 1 ? '. : :/ . V
I hereby announce myself a candi
dato for. County Treasurer, oubjnet
to tho rules of til o democratic party. '?'
J. H. CRAIG.
r hereby announce myself a candi-,
date for County Treasurer, subject
to the rules of the democratic party. ;
: J. R. C. GRIFFIN. jj
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for County Treasurer, subject
to the rules of tho democratic party, j
S. A. WRIGHT, ti.
I hereby announce mysolf a candi
date for re-election to the o ni co of
Treasurer for Andere on county, sub
ject'to the rulcB of the democratic
h Q. N. C. DOLER?AN.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the om cc of Sheriff for An
derson county, subject to the rules of
the democratic party. .
T. J. MARTIN.
I hereby announce myself a candi-'
dote for Sheriff of Anderson county,
subject to the rules of the Democratic
* W. a KINO.
I hereby announce myself a candi-(
date for the office ot Sheriff or An- (
derson county subject to tho rulos ot i
lbs Democratic primary.
W. O, S. MARRETT.
I hereby announce myself as a can
didato for re-election to tho office of
Sheriff, subject to the rules.of tho
Democratic party. " '-'? f' , '.
.. ?. ? , JOE, M. H. ASHLEY.
I hereby announce myself as . a
candidate for-re-electionras. dork ot
cb?rt, j subject to the '. rules of thc
democratic primary" ?lection. .
J. N. PHARM AN.
1 . . 1 I ''-, ""' 1
FOR HOUSE OF REPRESEN
. I hereby annouBce,'myself a candi
date 'for tho BOOBA ot Representatives
fot Anderson county, subject to the
rules ot the democratic. party.
W. W. 8COTT.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for itie.' Ho?se or ?Representa
tltres for Anderson; county, subject to
the rules bf tho Democratic party.
(Tbs ?LII ..Candidate.
FOR CORONER ' .
, - . .. . ? ? ?
vi hereby ahn ounce myself a candi
date for the ?ftlce of Coroner, for. An
derson county, subject to tho rules Of
th? d?mocratie party, lt hos been rot
pleasure to'serve you IO this capacity
four years, 190S-1Z. I feol that I atp
capable, and ? need tho office,,
J. ELVAS S?ASt?Y.
. I hereby ahnounte mysoir a. candl
"data, tor'VM?l*m$ td the -oilcs ] hf
Coroner- ton Anders an .county subject
to-th? -fuies* ot the democrattic' prl
mary. . ?['?'?' ' ' ' >
'??';? J. G.j HARDIN. -,
t hereby announcemyself asa cs?r.
dhiato for. eleoHbn io W office 6f
Coroner, (subject to the rules ot- the
tf?n?o??atl? 'pairty^ : :? } \.
T. E PRLFR?Y.
I hereby announce myself a. candi
date for ;ths dolts ot Coroner for/An
derson coan ty. subject to the rules ot
the '6?^)ikM^%imW:H*'- '
j. GO?^?>TM?RICKS .
I I H
We arc now offering our stock ^^^t^^am^rak.
which was a good 'value at origi- B^^^^PP^^V
nal price al the following treduc- ^^^^ffl^^B^^^
All Favored Shades For jw ^
Suits Formerly priced to S2o at fe AA
.'''T?' 'y.': *..4...... . .
Suits formerly priced to $15, including beautiful style Shep
licrd checks at
each . f? . . ;.
li lack and Nay-. Taffeta Silk Suits formerly
priced to ?20 at each-.
LET US SHOW YOU
M .*. . iff ft?
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BLUE RIDGE AND SOUTHERN RAILWAYS
WEDNESDAY MAY 31, ? S? 16
SCH EU17LK FKiUHES ONLY ASINTOIWATION, NOT U?AHANTEK1*
Round Trip Fares From Stations Below to Columbia
Leavo Walhalla,.S. G... .. ,....6:45 a m .................. ..Z GO .
" We8t Union, 8. C. 1-5?50 a ui :.. ... ...... ...2 40
K \8onoca, C.; .. .. -.-.6:?0 a-rn_ .. .. * ........2 30
it- *' Pendleton} S;C.'. .. ..0:45am... ... . ... .- . 2 20
? 8andy Sm-lngs S. C. .. 6:56 a m ... ... ... . .. 2 lo
Anil?rson. S: C..7:15 a rn ......... .. ..2 00
Arrive Bel^n.j^;C. .. .. -7:40 a m :
Leave qreen^lle, S. G. .. .. ..6*;30 aa m ,. ,:..'.' . ........... ?2.00
<.*'. 'Piedmont, Sf C. ..i.6;B5 a in .. .., .. .., ..f .?......2 00
:'? " . Pelter, S. G. . J....' 7:12 a m ....... ... ...............2 00
Wi ll lam ?t on, S. 'Cv.'. 7:20 am .. ... ................ ...2 00
" Belton, S. C. .. ..7:45 am. ... .... ...I 75 .
" Hon?a'Path; 8. C. .... 8:03 a ni. ...... ..... -.. 1 70 .
" . Donalds; 8. C. ii--il .. 8tl5 a ju ........ .65
; " ?hoa?B Junction .. .. . 8:20 a. m ... .... ... ..,,, .>,.i ....... .1 CO u
" : Hodges, 8. C. .,..8:33 a m ... . ... . .- .. 1 GC .
" Greenwood, S. C.. 8:60 am..>. ....1 60
" Ninety Sig,-,'S. C, ., . .. 9:10 a m... V. '.. '..:??..1 46
" ,rCh?pof, 8. C. 9:26 am . ." . ... .fit 40 ;
Old Town. S, ?; .. .. 9:36 a m ... , . . .'. .........A....135
" Bllve'r(Street, 8. C. .. ..:9:46nm. .....ll ?io '
" Newbetnv'S.- C. ..110:00 a ul ..... 1 00'
" Prosperity, S. C. .. .. 10:15 n m ........ l oo
k " Pomarla, 8. C. vi-.. .. 10:33 a in ........ ...'.-.-.iV.. loo
" Peak. 8. C.:;'. I . . .10;45.a m. .............. 1 O0
"?. " Alst?n,v8.'C. J*'-;.10:60 ? m. 1 00
mm^?^MM^m: : m : ; -
: Tickets*, for tne^aboy? Special Train Will be a?id only on Wednesday, May .
81st. - Iteturnlng tickets will- be honored only on Special Train leaving-Col
.umbia, S. C.^7i^5')p; m., W?dnesday. iMay 31, 1916.
Bi?il^^Wnibiavs. Montgomery, Ala
Ikrn't fail to seo thia big .jrame^aa it -^rill?bfr.'dne.-'ot' th? n^rdeaif?^agUt-.g^^-'
Air Tleiels ir;?l he LImIt?d to jConthtuouB Passage lu Koch BiiecUort. Pas-.
; clian? ^tec/^ftoro Station ^geats. No Tickets will be noid en Trrtlu J_
Spend Oaa ba^^io^InRib^^?cn?o CapIWL of Yonr Old ??alaietta, Stile,
- ,1s>?Cflw augtiiH?'iharkH, plaj^-ouiuiK,
_' hfantlful.wlreela, which are unexcelled In tho Sonia _.
_ WO OAGGAGE Witt RE CHECKED ON THESE TICKETS
;>:i?: ^ SaaUweaatf?ailway or Addrc?s
IS. C. COTNRB,P, A? W^ifc*4lU?U T. P. ??. 8. B. MeL?ANi O. P A
SP?rtaBbnrg? S^;_t\,^. ^:A^^^l^'gS' ^' > Coiawbia, S. C.