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The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been,
la use lop over 30 years? ha? homo tho signature ot
? I'J-I m and has been made'under his peri
?^i-W ?onnl e?p?rvision since its infancy*
jn'f^GC&K&fi;. Allow rio ono to deceive you in this;
AH Counterfeit!!, 'imitations arid " JUat-aa^good *' aro hut
Experiments that tr ii lu with nnd endanger tho 'health of
Infants and Children-Experience against Experiment*
?astoria, ia a harmless substituto for Castor Oil, Pare? ' ?(.
go ric, props ?nd toothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It
contains; neither Opium? Morphin? nor other"Karcotio"
filibst^ce. Its ago is. Ilk guarantee. Iib destroys. "Wonna
anu vSSSff?^3?fS^mW??S? Fdr moro than-thirty, years ic
has been in constant uso lor tho relief Of Constipation.
Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and
Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels,
assimilates, tho Food, giving healthy and natural sleep?
The Children's Panacea-Tho Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTOR!A ALWAYS
lo Use For Over 30 Years
The Kind You Have Always Bought
TH? CtHTAU?.COM.?NY, H gV> VOW K C ITV.
BecauBo your teeth are faultless in APPEARANCE, It does not
necessarily follow that they aro SOUND. HIDDEN TROUBLE may
ho commencing in unseen places. Deca? is often present for weeks
BEFORE it becomes apparent The skUfull dentist can detect these
places and PREVENT discoloration and di: oe;so. Qo at least, twice a
year to your dentist, and have your teeth examined.
ly:.; DR. HENRY R. WELLS,
J** .'. Ofilco Over Formers & Merchants Bank,
neaidence "Thone 66. Anderson, 9y C., ; - ^""'Ogto ;ffiK*ae,jS27.
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A description that "would., do.'.
^thtSe dresses judUc&fii impossible J
hero/' we' can orilyssay, that there; J
are Taffetas, Cr3p?\!de' Ghirie?, StUjc
TopUns, and .comblnatinns-^U . in
tho most approved styles end col-,
ors. You must see thepi tc abbra?
elate -.their, .beauly ami. linenes-i
We would say, too, tfcat yo? WHI
not find in our,stock a sihcle. cheap
"sale dreSB" as is.aVoftrtrthe cas?
-they're' the finest examples Ct
beautiful ? sil k dr??sev-avery one I ~
See us for all' your wanta to
Millinery. - '
j Ne^ to Pa^^ Bottle .".
.T^ size bed, ?arge dress
er, chiffonier, tripple mirror dressing table and extra table, for;
Every piece is well mftde^hd f|ftefy -finished--^yery ^ mir* .
for. plate glass, every.'dr$w^^ns.ij^qo)h!y.-.-.. ?
~~ $ ' SEE WINDOW
? COMING AND GOING *
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ramer have]
gone to Spartanburg for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Godfrey have
ron*';'tn. cperaw for a visit to rela
Miss Cecelia O'Dcr-moll has return
ed from. Sumter-,where sile has been j
spendinas; the past1 " Several weeks j
with relay yes. " ? '.
C?J; J. C. Stripling-of Pendleton
was among thc business visitors yes
terday. . rp
Mr.. Sam'l L, PTinco left yester
day afternoon for. Jacksonville where j
he will spend the remainder of the
. i ?. . . v
??i?lss-'Beatie Earle is in Ashevlljel
attending, tho Southern Baptist con
;.v?ntkm?' ' . " ~ "
MrA.Rrnest I-iatimer of Lowndes
villo spent yesterday in the city.
.Mr. l.oul? Garrison of Denver |
spent yesterday in the city. .
Mr. P. W. Anderson of Auton
was a business visitor yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Wakefield or j
Ant re vii le were among the visitors]
Mr. J. W. Harris of Fair Play1,
was a visitor yesterday.
Mr. A. H. Stone IIOB returned to]
Spray. N. t?.', after a visit here.
WILL BUILD HOME
Dr. Yoong Purchases Properly on
Dr. J. R. Young tibs purchased a
two acre. lot on- the Boulevard JuBt
in front of Mr. Marchbank's homol
front tho College Heights' Land com
pany and w|ll In the near future be
gin tho erection of a home.' ;
Nothing batter for the ?weet
girl graduate than Nunnally's, one
two or three lb. box of candy. Owl
SUFFERED FOR 10 YEARS
DESPITE j TREATMENT
MRS. W. S. TAYLOR SAYS
HER DAUGHTER WAS
j OPERATED ON ,TOO
PA? RU ZZL?NG CASE
Thrqe Bottles piMTanlae, Howev
r er, Sagp rV^ra, Taylor, Work
ed Mir?c)(e For Her
i .. .. r -
' How hep daughter had been under
teedlcal treatment, for eighteen (18.1
^ears ^without op^inlng permanent
pe'ii?t.'j hut Browi?g worse in Bodia
respects, 'and how. while taking Just
i^rea "?3> bottles of Tanlac, she had
|?| ' r?lj?yed and wonderful work had
licen clone by this remedy in resto?r
i ii g li tv'neal th,, was explained by her
.motlier,. M rn. W. Bl /Taylor; pr op rio -
tress of the Taylor House, nt 1818 1-2
Main .St., Columbia, in one of the
moat remarkable?' etatementa given
?tho Tanlac "representative by any
WM tbt?li tho work of Tanlac io al
most a1 jciiracle, so great was tho re
lief it eave my daughter," Said Mrs.
X?y^orv :"'*"It is. a wonderful remedy.
I never knew of anything like it."
After stating that she could ht artHy
endorse Tanlac Mrs. 'Taylor 'a?tdt ?X'.
"My 'daughter min'ored ?rqm a ner
vous breakdown for iivo (5) ? cafs.
The -doctora ?lld' not know ?. ?ctly
?<$at jtfaa;;tbe 'matter, titlth.b '., She
gad;no appetite and could no sleep-.
She had .lost weight ana. lacked ener-'
gy.'. Her system W?a In a terrible run
dofrn condition.;' v.
. ''She had beeb under medical treat
ment tf>? 'eighteen (18) years', since
oho waa just?a. ut tia giri. She Waa
alTvayo rather listless, and noyer Wea'
stroiig andr healthy tike 'ott?'iV girls;
Finally lier condition'became 60 that
an opc?&????t wjif, considered n?ceasazyV"
and ehe underwent thc Operation. Sho
did not know tho improvement that
had been! expected,, however^ - In, fact,
??o?dld':??t t??m to it&elvVa'riy great
plS?ntbenettt^ A'6 ^
"?'lAko'.tbb?sandav pfc others, I af?r
pose, I bought Tanlac because I had
.rited -so iuany of the testimonials telir
lng ol'-.-:ttav'great lvalue. It is Just
1 ^??(?M^t\jfy Tftn,ac- -helped ruy
^^^r^n?rv'?s were Quieted' by itha
?'im^f,. i? ta really wonderful mji
U^Vft bev ; a 'great'- ?p??tHe. ' ?fa appe
t?to that .was so "good thal nba would
cat the three regular maali each day
and would get eVmfiUg^Ue u?W
before she retired jg&Pmt? ah*.! ber
thing she had. not done in yearn, and,
all thia Improvement was brought a
bout by juBt threa bottles of Tau
Vu?.:<l:,i -.- ?'.-.. ?:':?':
r ow Recommend Tanlac bectuao
\%S* ^viomituV remedy. ! IV ninrer
your publishing ' thia statement and
saying: that- I sure do believe in Tan
Slamae, 't?e^??aV- ?e41ei?a. ' Ja
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mm BiRLs io
TOMATO ?pjp GIRLS MEET
IN ROCK HILL ON JUNE
IS NQW L?AP1NG
Anderson County Has Total Of
16 Club?, More Than Any
Misses Helen Gassoway of Long
Branch and Cleo Smith of Three and
Twenty will go to Rock Hill dur
ing the third weok In Jamo when to
mato club glrlB from all sections ot
South Carolina will gather at' Win
throp college June J9 for "the 10:day
course of study i'\ coop?rative ex
tensi?n work in asrlculturo and]
home economics as outlined by ibo
liomo demonstration forces of the !
According to an article appearing]
In the Columbia State of Mis week.'
Anderson county now ieadB South
Carolina In the number of Tomato!
clubs, with a total of IC. Two oth
er counties tome next with. 14. In
addition .to. .the^Tomato clubs there
aro four domestic science classes |
wHh^ s/mc^be^?itp nearly equal to
that .or,; tim1 tonaatb clubs, and se .
cra^riWo'iii'feij's??^ubs. This ' work ?B
under the|dlr%tlon of Miss Lillian
Sh?lgrovo and she is much pleased
w'th tCie;:success , she ls meeting,
which,. ?he says, is due largely to
tho co-operation of the people In all
sections bf 'tho*county.
x Tho state work ls directed by Miss]
I Edith L. ParrOtV from Winthrop and
from statistics complied, the work
! has made decided advances within
! the last few months, the enrollment
in>the clubs of all counties allowing
marked increase over last year's flg
ClnbB tn 31 Co un fie:*.
During the three months interven
ing,between tho "first of February and
May clubs have, been organised in Si
co un ti ea of the i ta te, this' work be-,
lng under the immediate supervisi?n
.of Misa1 Edith L;-Parrott pf Winthrop
college. In ?7 of;these counties dates
have been .fixed f?r the short cqurspB
for study and'demonstration, to 'toe
conducted \three/."d.ayB in each In
stance. ^.''>N '*?
It fens not yet-been definitely de
cided about- tb?M'school in Anderson I
county,, but TeTy-probobly lt will bo
held fr?m Junefy to 10. The cowrae
held at Anderson college last year
waa very.-succesalul J' ' ?
Itemized'reparto 'Indicate marked
advance In 'enrollment In the dlucr
en t departments of the work through
out the state. In <tflie 31 counties 292:
canningi ? clnbs - -haye been organized,
;W|th .a-.total, membership of 2,280.
. H rend nuiking clubs fall much lower
in the number ..of organizations, but
baye a membership almost as large.
These number .A20,, with a member-1
ship of 1,842, Wpmen'a homo demon:
stratIon club total,,. 174 with en'. en
rollment of 3.744i Sixty-nine poultry
clubs have been or gan 1 z e d in 1? |
counties with 1514 members. ' This
gives a total number of clubs, or
ganized ea 655 with membership ot]
8.486.5 .1 ? .i) ?
'? Twenty-six of .the. agents have pur
chaaea) cars, ^whl?bi* has' been .a de- ?
cifeive factor in effecting organiza-1
tton and directing.^uu?dba lija j Tp
mote Bpptlons. w? ..ip .counties. '.
' ., WotrevfB Clubs.
The women's ' homo demonstration I
clubs meet once ' each'.) month end !
study the leae?ii sheets issued mouth-; !
lyVby'.Wpth'rop cbll?g?; ' Tills s?ries j
affords -'to demonstrations of various 1
household activiti?s/ such; aa the mak
ing and uso of homo conven lencos,
the" ?Wdy' Of l?l?d?ed meals, fruits
end vegetables in tho diet, thorne r.an
it?toa?|n^f%ol5e raundry. ? tou*
ye.'ir :??ursb..l?. prescribed for gifla
andrxa^three-?year course fgr the wo
men. Tho dimitry club work, In the
Mft&ximii&f?titom ; b> o. c,
Cleveland, state poultry agent. In
^ulA Uo tS>K|K?ij?tjry club work
|-?'n^^tfi?|^VtBa;,glrlB,: several of
the- women's clubs" "have formed cir-1
.eljt?Tor. ^Tsate^and'' dlstrjiiution of !
"'*'. _v"'- '?
-, CAPT. ?Br- ?? HAMBE
?r?i?dln#> Or? Sato -t'onvontior.
-T . '. i-it-. i- n...J..i ? --
?.!n3 .>> ufi?mii?iH8. -..
I ?apt. H. J. Kamcr bf this cUy^
as -vice president is presiding over]
I tho state convention pf,; Elk? which,
t? now being held in Spartnnburg be-*
causo ot the absence of'the president.'!
Mr. VFred H.' Dominick./ Dr. C. F.
Rose;waa,.appointed a member of thc]
GIVEN TO ;
10TH ANQllTH BRADES j
WAS DELIGHTFUL EVENT AT
WEST MARKET SCHOOL
On Account of Bad Weather Had
To Ba Given Inside Bui!d|n::r ?
Instead Out On Lawn
One of the most delightful and most
enjoyable affair? in connection with
the closing o( the high school'ia al-,
ways the reception given by tho pu->
plls of the ninth ?rade in honor of
those of tho tenth and eleven^
grades and tho ono given last oven
mg ??i the West Msrkot sires* s**hOol
building was no exception.' . Ko*
many years it waa tho custom fo"
tho junior class to give a reception
to the graduating class, but for thc
past few years tho ninth grade ha.?
been giving It to tho juniors and sen
Owing to the inclemency of tho
Weather, tho reception could ;nbt be'
held on the lawn, and hud to bo
held i m.'ide the school building. Thia
was-beautifully decorated With Jap
anese lanterns and streamers of tho
clasB colors, i Punch ?was served a,t
the end of one of the corridors, and
?'during the evening delicious refresh
ments were served. Misses'"Marshall,'
Duncan end Pant, and Pratt H. ?M.
Parka were tho chaperones of ? tho,
j evening. " . , '
Early in tho evening a play,. "In
! tefmpted Proposal?," ' was given bv
tho members ot tho ninth grade. Thia
was very - good and mu?h enjoyed..
This was foll o weil by several, songs.
Later member? of the graduating
clnss drew cards from a basket, each
of .which, contained a ' prophecy.
These ware,' very' 'amusing ?nd. much
enjoyment was obtained from' them..
I The" reception was one of the most
successful over glyon, and in spite
of the weather, more than 200 were
pr?sent, a number of these being1
Th graduating exercises of the high
school wilt be held this evening In
tho Anderson theatre.
LOW KATE CHARLOTTE
On Account of President Wilson's
* There is<a special round trip fare
over tlie BlhO Ridgo and Southern td
Charlotte, N. 'C., on account of tho]
144Ui celebration of tho ' Meckien-!
burg Declaration of Independence.
President Wilson *IH apeak In "Char
lotte tomorrow.1'Je fare is' $4.65.
Wi'. Chapaan Better. ' !1
Mr. Keith Chapman, who has been
confined at the county hospital for
the past few- weeks, ls noW-getting
along nicely and expects to b? able
to go home on Saturday.
? -t ?ftr
?12*50 lo $15.00, Suits reduced
$16.00 to ^18.00 Suits reduced
jo . * ........
$2o.oo to $22.5i> Suits reduced
to .... .. .. . . ...... ,
?35.?Q to S2.7..5Q Suit's reduced to
io . ..
Grasp this opportunity. No suits sent ,;n approval. Spot
. " Cash. No alterations.
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SAIJE STARTS FRIDAY AT 9 O'CLOCK
Everything On One Floor
"THE RRIGHT SPOT"
- The Intelligencer place* ot tha ?Lmftgjj jj? yjy??***"
ing pi^troni Ino b?st equipped newfipaper piont in Hedmoni
CaroUnn. > Tti|? means better service, moro careful set-up
and prompter methftdf of handling advertising than?j can ba
secured eUewhcre. ' .'- ': '.' ? ".'"""' .
^^J^^l CRISPS are always a popular
jM^^M; ' TheAWrrayiXConvFlayor.
^?S^^i'il, o| diese iainous toacted Corn
^B^L] 1i ; ; Flakes has made them equally
i ii^P^r;?ii rtii^w^ homes