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W-ei? Known j
Important to Dispose of Waste
From the Stomach With
' People frequently attribute to failuro ?
ot thc digestive organs conditions that
arc primarily due to inactive bowels,
and apply remedies that from their I
very nature are more apt to aggrc
vate than to relieve tile disorder.
When' the 'bowels act regularly tho
stomach is in beter shape to perform
ita allotted tasks and can usually be
dopeuded upon. To keep the bowels]
in condition there is no more effec
tive remedy titan the combination of |
???imple- laxative herbs known as Dr.
Caldwell's (Syrup Pepsin which is sold
in drug stores for fifty cents a bot
Dr! Caldwol has prescribed this !
' remedy in his practice for over a quar
ter of a century and it is today Ute
standard household remedy in thous
ands of 'homes. Mr. Tn^- DsLoach,
witii the Department of interior, Of
fice of Indian Affairs, at Washington,
wrote/ Dr. Caldwell recently that "Dr.
Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin ls tho ba.:t|
GRADUATION KXK1MXSKS OF
HIGH SCHOOL PUPILS LAST
NIGHT A DKCIHKI) KUCt-KHS
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE.)
tunan, followed by Min Mary Ann
Tucker, historian, and Dialr Poorc
prophet. These young people handl
ed tholr subjects in a masterful man
ner and wore thc recipients of much
Misses Pelzer and Scott rendered
delightful selections on the plano
following ,thc regular oxercisea. Thia
feature ot tho entertainment -was
muelr enjoyed.' .', . .... .
An address by T. Frank Watkins,
of Anderson, was well'received.. In
hie characteristic pleasing manner of
address he readily caught, the. \ at:
' tentlon of his hearers, and was given
a hearty encore..
-Trustees expressed the opinion to
night 'that the scholastic year ' just
closed had been one that, the town
.might be well proud of. and were op
"'.;"*' "Some of the-farriers are
; vritow 'for their young corn.
. ; Their idea is-to Side Dn
now and a litle bit. later w
corn if it^ can bc made. -W
- . .- > < v.: ;. i \ ? -???
The oat crop*is fearfully .:
crop should he "missed."- Y
;< and the soda at thc Farmers
zit Mill. .
We have special cpnveuii
for loading. ..
it Exceptionally Low Exci
? ' '.' Aflhev?l?f, Bi
? Lake Tax?*.
' Donalds /. ... = Y./.'. ^.2.71
H?nea Pata ... ... ... .......2/71
..A?^iraon^^-:ri^*'';vV, .v. 2,?i
.Belton' ..V.W.-.. .. ....2.5?
? ?? ' ; WHlamaton :, Vv^/.v'v'tyi^t^^
i un tum.mi-r? ? nj? m ?.i minn vmti?iiUmmmm
Excursion Ticket*. w|U bi; cooWjfm
$ good returning bu all regular trains tc
' ^Sjwciai Attention CUvenVfcov^^?
MIL THOU DcLOACH
luxative, I have any knowlodge of and
the cleaning up guaranteed by .its usc
relieves every orgpn.
A bottle o? Dr. Caldwell's Syrup
Pops* tn should ta or. hand ix* cvai-y
home for use when needed. A trial
bottle, free of charge, can be obtain
ed by writing to Dr. W. B. Caldwell,
454 Washington St.. Monticello, ill.
ii m i? tic over the outlook; for the
fall session. Prof. Allen R. Haw
kins has made the school an excel
lent principal and it ls with regret
that his serxviccB aro not to bo se
cured next year. No announcement
has bcon- made as to who will, bo in
chargo of the. school next session.
The faculty of the past year con
sisted of tho following: Prof. Allon
R.. Hawkins, principal; Misses Scott,.
Emsnual, Boyd, Anderson, Smith and
MrB. Purman Askew. Just how
many of these will be retained .for
the next session is not known at this
Prof. Georgo Welborn and MessrsT
T?? and Bishop and Dr. Crow came
ovor from Piedmont to attend tho
Nothing better for the sweet
girl gradante than Nunnally's, one
two or three lb. box of candy- Owl
Drug Co. . ' , .
calling for Side Dressing
ess ; with .this mixed goods
?th soda. Tins will . make
e have the mixed goods ai?T;
' /ri-/' Si i :\
short'this year and thc corn
ou will (ind the mixed goods
; Oil Mill aiid af thc Fcrtil.i
ihate &0il Co.
)N, s. c. . . .:., ..
?iices at the FertiH??r Mill
A. r\ &.?. Gp.
away, Brevard and Hen??
A . ?' .
?B?IM?>l?i ??)?.???,IMI??W,I I HH.II'I?. IWIII
in?on Fares' as F?llows; >
pevard Black Mountain, Hc-ndcr
sy WnyaesTille - sunville
.VV..:...Vuk?',00' -. :\ .^%'v'.--iv.VV-- .2.60
8.00 ... . 2.50
.......3.00. , 5,60
.>?. . 12.75 , ..... . v.2.25
in..........8.75 ... . <; ..225
ng on ?ll regular trains. Mey ?3 and
> reach original}star?nBr ?point by?ift
Year sn th? Land of The 'Sk?j?&
^Partwa. A Good Cpportu?nV At
W. ?. TABKR, T. p. A.
Greenville a C.
OF INTEREST TO
Southern Textile Bulletin.
C. E. O'Pry has rcsignod as over
seer of spinning at the Enoreo mills,
Ban Foster lias returned to Wll
llamaton and, accepted a position at
tho Wi ?I bunston mills.
J. A. Adams, formerly of Fitz
gerald, Ga., is overseer of carding
at Seneca. . . V
Paul Harper has resigned his po
sition at tho Greenwood cotton mills
to accept one at Houea Path.
W. A. Hammond has resigned us
overseer of carding nt thc Palmetto
mills, Columbia, to accept a similar
position at tho Fairfield mills,
F. L^ Drake has resigned as over
seer of carding at thc Fairfield
mills, Winnsboro, to accept a posi
tion at tho Olympia mills. Colum
W.- M. Fields, of Wlnnsboro. has
accepted a position as second hand
In weaving at tho Beaver Dam mills,
J. B. Langley, of Abbeville, has
acccptodj a position In tho cloth
rbb?i of rho Calhoun mll'iB, ' si
h o ii ii Fall?;.
.TameasThompson has resigt ed his
position nt tlio Bregon mills, Ander
son, and moved to Greenville.
W. H. Hames has neon promoted
from second hand to overseer of
No. 2 card room at the Woodside
W. P. Cargill hus resigned as
overseer of spinning at tho Wallace
mills. Jonesville to accept a similar
position nt the Granby mills, Colum
A. H. Twitcboll, president of thc
Clifton Cotton mills and the D. E.
Converse Manufacturing company
>IB very ill at Spartanburg as a re
sult of a stroke'of paralysis.
L. N. Chandler has resigned as
overseer of spinning at the Granby
mills, Columbia and returned to his
former position as overseer of ?pin-,
ning nt thc Wallace mills, Jonesville.
C. C. O'Kelley of Newry, has be
come, night superintendent of ? the
La von la (Ga.) in'lia.
? John Sanders has been promoted
from Warp mills to second hand In
twisting at Marlboro mills No ,4,
McCpll. ... \
J. F. James of Stonewall, .Miss.,
has accepted the position of over
seer of twisting, winding and spool
ing at Marlboro mills No. G, Ben
? LETTERS UNCALLED FOR +1
? * *
Following is Ute Hst of letters re
maining uncalled, for at thc postofTico j
at Anderson. S. Cf; for the week end
ing may 17, lull;, in calling please
say they were .Advertised. 'Ono? ?cht:]
duo on all advertised mail. '
A--!Mrs. Annie Anderson, Miss An
nlo Ayers, Miss Rosa Adams, Sara]
"B-Frank Brown? Beaman, Mr?.
Georgia, J. G. Barnwell, Mrs. Ida
Burton. Boldoy. Mr. J?o Balley, W.
H. Bryson, J. .D. -
C-Irving Crawford. Mrs. r.obccc?
Clements, Mrs. W. P. Childers.
D-Mrs. Eophla Bcveery.;
E-Mrs. Eitztes Edwards; B. C.
Evans, Miss EUnlcc Eley, Thomas Ed
monds, Willie Edward.
O-A. : G. Carley',; ;P. W. Gllliarau,
; H-Mrs,- Gi pty Tagucrv/ood, Mrs.
, Mnzsellft d-Iarrlson, .. Mary . Hutson.
Mrs. Faille Hawkins. " Mles.. Atina
J-Miss. . Mnud Johnson, Rt 8; j
Jones; J. S; Jackson", Esq. \Z
,E--Miss-Carah Koyes, ll. R. Ker
nels. Miss Marie Moore.
M~T. F. Mitchell, T. L: Meredith.
pN- Micy Bos'sio Norwood, Earnest
Naitn, - -
'P-?Ira. Bortha., Pratt, ; Sp?cial.
MnrT G.-W. :Fl;1liil)s. Mr. Pecker, J.J
R. Paget,.: Miss Pearl Palyarn: Tomy
?Pattor&ry,. Mr?. W: ill} Parnell,!
Robt. \\l\'. Partridge:-.
,\V*A\. j. Fj'^nme, EB<J.
iVMra. Inila Tomlin. R. i P.- Tate.
. ty-Carri? Wilson, , Miss Emma
Wheller, Jeff Willlaras, -Mrs. Ida War
ren^ ]U)I?.\V?W>t.Miso. Mary. Wall.
ri?i?Ci ?78 DIAMONDS -Nf SHA
IBritish Wine Swaper Deckhand licks
? Up, FlcnilBg 'Package.
London Correspondence tb Tho' Now
Yort< Sun. . .' . .
A" story of s package of diamonds
worth 100 pounds ($00) found float
ing In the North Sea by one ot the
crow. Of a British mirra sweeper was
told. In a liol ice station today by a
deckhand, Walter jfj?eesou, ?who bad
boen arrested. . While ?Tying tb dispose
.bf th?, gema.'.
Ai the-police, ;pttatoa. tho deckhand
confessed, that while on . a - trawler
which - was engaged in the hnsardoun
task i>/. gathering up mines' in the
North Sea h? saw a -package floating
in ?theV*ater. He'got lt with a boat
hook' and when ho opened lt he found
98 polished and 75 unpolished gems.
The deckhand .attempted ?a companv
with a friend to sall the diamonds to
a Jeweler atCardiff^ There was npth
Ilng on. the package to Indicate thc
owner or how th? diamonds carno to
bo floatlag nbout in the mine-strewn
waters otthe". Ni?rtJv; Se?. . '
Insnrauca Head Frea&hjf?ra?
^ Savannah, ?May la-W. Durden
president of the . Home' Mutual .Fir*
Insaarnca company, , <di?rged with
using the maUe : to defraud, wa? ac
, quitted in tho federal court. A rer
! dlot of aoqoiuel was?directed la the
I ?saa ot other directort>and offlcers of
f ina company. : v <--r-. V.
. Picafe- &i McGee's Springs. ;
y^Th? Bt^?#a> school will have a
?tania at Mc^V t^t^ on Friday,
-Kur119. Tba nubile ls invited to at-,
THE ANTI-TYPHOID ,
City and County Health Authori
ties Lay Great Stress On
Atlanta, Moy 18. -Anil-typhoid
vaccination will bc moro generally
used this year throughout --Georgia1
and thc southurn states than ever I
before, according to the officials of
tho' Georgia health department.
. Anticipating a call <rom Precedent
Wilson to patrol duty on tho Mexi
can border, members of the National
Guard of .the state have had them-]
.selves vaclnhntcd exclusively,* 'a's,
they were warnc:l by Adjutant Gen-j
eral J. Van Holt Hash that they'
would be in greater dunger of death |
from typhoid on the border than j
from Mexican bullets.
City and county health authorities
are laying, greater blress on ti:e usc
of antl-Uyphold vaccination as the
surest means -of protection against
the dread disease. It general uso
baa practi^-ly eliminated typhoid
from thv. United States army, thc
oise rate in tho army having been
reduced from S'.IG per 100,000 to 3
enses per 100,000.
For Ute further protection of the j
public health. Including thc dissemi
nation of anti-typhoid vaccine virus,
lifo In intr?neo companies have
launched a movement for the state
af Georgia, ns well as other southern
slites, to appropriate to the main-j
tainnncc of its health depurtmcnt, in |
addition to whatever amount may
now bo appropriated, a' sum equal
to the amount of taxes collected an
nually by the state from lifo com
panies. The Southern States Lifo
Insurance ?Company of Atlant.?,
which originated and launched this
movement, hUB presented thc mattr*
tb legislators and health authorities;
both state and local, and it lb- very
probable that a bill embodying the
plan will be introduced at tho next
session of tho Georgia legislature
and at the sessions of tho lawmak
ing bodies .pt other states. ? . .
? Governor Harris of Georgia und
Governor Henderson o': Alabama, as.
well as slate ami local authorises
all over thc south, have" commended
the movement of the Southern State.)
Lifo and will, aid In pu&?.'ng it
Fox ??-uHy In Tree.
Atlanta, May 19.-Daniel Wiggins,
w,ho Hve3 near Atlanta, foiled a treu
on his placo a day or so ugo and dis
covered'that a mother fox and famii
ly had been deprived nf their home
in the ni ni id nt of tho roots. Thc old
fox was killed." Wiggins carried thc
infants to .highbrae, and delivered
them to a cat' who had Just lost her
lltt]o ones-by drowning. The
mcurnlug^a?tj. aecepted the ..sufcat'V
t?te babies-, ?i?} vseemingly." perice:,
.. ,B!r??lnghitm>^Ala., May 19- Dr. J.
L. Price of-Searcy; Arkansas, wis
elected moderator of the Cumberland
Presbyterian church at assembly
CHICHESTER S PILLS
?I ft ?li yute Om _l?i < , /X
< i. l.< hr. lcr'? lr>?mp?d nrnmd//\\
VIII? .n fl-t tr.-l tl ?la r^llfcVVy
l?>??si ?e?tt;l ?Uh Wilt: KM*S? V/
'tn' ^M tlliir- tit ' Ol -on r v J
blAWONO MKINO l-l 1.1
)r?m*ni?m*l*i>.rjfrit, A!**v* U?|l- At
??rks of Moder BO Doa!*? Pre*
i veau? araraspner a unuraeiy tn CL
Ready, Ky.-" ? was not able to do
Eny thing tor nearly six months/' - writes
Mrs. laura Brntcher, o? this pla?a, "and
waa do*#d in bed tor three months. .
. I tSuirtot'teil youliow I buffered with
my heti'J, mm wiUt nervousness and
Our.famUy doctor told my h?sband he
could not Jo'me any good, and lie had
to nive it up. We tried another doctor,
buThe did not help m&.
At last, my mother advised me to take
Cardup the woman'? tonic. I thought
it was no use for t waa nearly dead and
nothing seemed to do me any good. But
I took eleven littles,, and now S am able
to do all bf my- work and my own
u;a;hing, -:J-. .<.' . v . . '.
: 1 think Cardal is the best medicine in
the world. My < wc ?ghi has increased,
?nd ricok the piclm^ ot health.*' .
If you Eul?cr from any of thc .alimenta
... '-'ir/ - " ? v:;v.vi.'iiinii vi lim
BANK DEPOSITS SHOW
Trade Channels In South Moving
With Great Activity
Atlanta, May 19.-Thc financial
prosperity and strength of 1 Georgia
is strikingly shown by the bank
deposits in Atluntu and throughout
the ?tate. Tho Fourth National
bank of Atlanta, which according to
tho comptroller of tho currency at
Washington, leu?L all other banks of
tlie state in deposits, has Issued . a
statement showing an increase lu ita
deposits over a yoar ago of $1,8 M.
343.18, being now 18,090,68?.CC e?d
rapidly approachiug tho nino mil
lion dollar mark.
Figures Uko these are Interesting
?::id go to show that despite tho war,
ocorgia and thc south at leas'., is lu
a prosperous. condition. It ?a not
jreasonajilo to suppose that people
aro going to deposit their money in
a bank unless they have it. and arc
making it, uni U necessarily follows
that trado channels generally aro
moving with great activity.
ATOL?GlZt: T? PASTOS ? f.
(Alibied His Statement an Women Vj
Votes nud Christianity, y-j
Montclair. N. J., Dispatch.
Tho Rev. Imho M. White, rector ol
St. Luke's church, spoke at a rceon*.
meeting of tho Montclair Bqiii) Suf
frage lcaguo and in the report of
tlje meeting prepared ni by the press
committee of thc league he was quot
ed' as having said:
"It seems to nm that no man can
bo a ChrltBian and not believe in wo
Tho Rev. Mr. White took strong
exceptions to tho quotations, aver
ring that ho had boen misquoted;
Today tho league made a formal apol
ogy anti correction. What Mr. White
did say was: ?
"I am a suffragist because I am al
3 DAYS BECK
isotle @f *'T!
ie Comedy, Featum
Children Cry for Fletcher's
Tho Klud You ??itV??lwftya Bought, and which lins boen
in ?so for over ?JO years, hus borne tho signature of
All Counterfeits, imitations a::d *-?Tu8t-as~good '* uro but
Fxpe'.inie-.its that trifle willi andi endanger tho health of
lufuntu and Children-Fxperlcnco against Fxperitncut*
Cn si or! is Is a harmless substituto for Castor Oil, ?*ure?i
Corie, Drops nrrd Soothing Syrups, lb 1:? pleasant. It
contain* ncttlicr Opium, Morphine nor other Nnrcotio
BUbstuneq. It*; ligai is its guuranteo. It destroys ?Worms
amt allays Feverishness1. For moro than thirty years it
hus hoon in constant uso .for tho relief ot Constipation,
Flatulency, Wind'Colle, all Teething- .Troubles and
Diarrhoea, J It regulates tho Stomach and Bowels,
ii'?'l?Gi?fel^Biv?s?? Food, giving healthy ?nd natural eiuep.
Tho Children's Panacea-Tho Mother's Friend.
Bears the Signature of
In Use For Over 30 Years
The Kind You Have Always Bought
and You'll Be
r 2:30 TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
Nights; 50c, $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00
Matinees, 25c, 50c, 75c and $1 '
"S LAID AWAY UNLESS PAID FOR
lg.Mabel Nomiasid, Fatty Arbuckle J