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this week 20 dozen of |
the prettiest of the new I
. Ha?s for Chiidreh -and $
Little Misses at surprls-vi
fp T.rX ingly low prices/ , 1 .
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that thrDu|hout:cfur;?tp:ck^larga!ns are.'pientifu?
Next to Parker & Bolt's
MATINEE 2:30, NIGHT 8i30
V; ..'.'pi--; ?*
Nights, 50c, $1, $150, $2.
Matinees, 25c, '50c, 75c, $1
.(Vroi?, Thc Literary Digest.)
If yo?r radiator leaks,'poor in
.Th? self-actingrndintor. cement , I
Finds the Leak and Fixes ?t
Se-Ment-ol is a powxler put up in ; lithp^raphed?tin cans, s :
>; WherfttiiouVed into ypud*adiator it dissolves iii tii? hot Water.
?t 'tHe l?akv the cool air congeals it into a cement ihat-.repairs
. ii-au tom a tic a Hy. .
Look for the pumpkin colored cans, v]
^ : ' ?rice75c ?: J
Tfr?Vabove adyertisernent is one of a .series
thafcV is runnmg everr other week in the
? I I ' '' ii I
wilt tn^?ntly stop, nisi ; In
y?ur metal y?ofs.
jo?aif ?oof s a ?petal vooi t? 'J I
one wjdc?x you cannot t?Terd
.o '?tienm?nt wiu^ >i?ne ' > 'l
w joints em trt?de of tar, tar '? J
'-cMUiia^'pip^ps - j
ehottcjA tile Sile ci yet, mtof. : ?1
^ajod'kVih?try -us?e- CT?
taya a copy iroc
,. Walhalla, May . 43. -A drought, ol
'Ax weeks was braden this morning
U an early hour. (Rain continued to
.'all; throughout tho; day, doubtless7 in
All portions of Ocpneo county. Thur
ruin la expected to eau BO tho cotton
and other crops to come-up jin
.dace? where thc stand has boon poor.
The.oat crop has, not fared so badly1,
abd tho y told will lie fair at the low
W? inalla people will visit
\ .?arr.;on during t n o week to ' see
?The Birth of * lotion."
Hov. J. L. stokes, pastor of the
Walhalla Methodist ?church, is visita
lug relatives at Walterboro. He will
be absent until the first of Juno/-. :
; MU. and :<Mit?. J. . jW. Lee and UK
Fred; Brown, of Walhalla, went "to
Charlotte "Friday, irf Mr. -?eo's ear,
and, attended the eel' 'ration -nt
Charlotte on ? .m?day. They were
oellghted w?fh i the .trip, which was
.tundo in record .time without any mis
"Messrs, W. A. and C. F.' Hetrick
are in Philadelphia, attending ibo
X^nonai ; Hoaivry association.
Milton* Nicholson, Sr., of the
Whitewater section, is reported cri
tically ill et his homo. Unelo Mitt
is ono of the most prominent citizens
of Oconee county, a Confederate vot
cran, and au held a number of of
fices in? Oconee county. Ile te now
in his . erghly-f if th year.
.Mrs. S. N. Pitchford, and daugh
ter, (Lillian,- ore visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Claude A. Reid In Birmingham,
The trustees of tho Walhalla High
school have re-elected . all their
teachers for another year, as follows:
H. W. Gasque, .superintendent-,;
Misses Sara Rudd and Lola Kauf?
man. teachers in tho high school;
Mrs. Lillian Probet for /tho sovenUi
grade; Mrs. L. T. Covington, for,
the sixth grade; Mrs. A. P. Crispy
tor the -fifth grade, Miss Jesslo Doh-'
bins for thc fourth grade; Mrs. J.
W. -Rankin for the third grado; jMrs.
R. J. Sifford (ol', tho second grado;
and -Miss Eulah Grant for tho first]
The commencement sermon to tbr"n
graduating class of the Walhalla
high school was deliver- J at tho
school auditorium on . yesterday
by Dr. J. C. Seegars, or the Luth
eran seminary, at Columbia. An un
usually large audience attended, and
all were . delighted with th 1B most
excellent sermon. At the evening
hour Dr. Seegars preached at tho
The graduating exercises will bp
hold on Wednesday evening, May
est. Dr. W. 8. Currell, president
or tiie- University ot South Carolina,
will deliver the annual address, and
:fcho diplomas will Ibo delivered to
twenty-five graduates, fifteen - girls
and ten boys...,, Th's ie the largest
class . that has ever graduated from
tho Wa Ur.ilia high' school. ,
On Tuesday night, May 3Qth, tito
bi,ys declamation content for the R.
T. Jayncs meilaly will take place. Cn
-Friday, May 26th, tho annual recita
tion contest for the Geo.- M. AnBol
.medal will-be held.
The school bsa had a most auc
cessful year. The entire ?town -isj
proud of its school, its to ache ra, and
tho work done by both teacher and]
. ;. --.;
. Gets 15 Years.
Atlanta, May 23.-Hiram Lipper,
of many amasses, ls expected at " tho
A-'Inn tn federal prison for a term of
Iii-years for counterfeiting. ' ?? '<
Loppcr'n favorite scheine "was - to
.raise. $1 bills to $10 and pass them
on unsuspecting keepers of lodging
houses. >H? has sofved prison terms
in .Illinois, -Michigan. Kansas . and
?Jtr?viouB?y in 4he?. federal prison lp
Atlanta for" tampering with : Uncle'
Sam's currency. Lopper was con
victed in ?toe ?, district court bf .ap}
peals in -:-B?ltln>ore and the verdict
affirmed by the circuit cr?r-. ct ap
peals, in Riehmond.
EAT LESS ANO M
Take A Glass of Salle
Back Harts or Bladder
-Th a Ame rican men and women must
guard conatantly against Kidney trou
b?c, licc?iuao wo cat too much and all
5^^|bod is ; rich. -:V?ur : blood ; U^Uled
with uric a?jd which <ho kidneys strive
to filter out,- they weaken-from over
<. po vk, - necome i sluggish ; the elim ?na
tivo tls'Juca clog and thc. result is Kid
ney i rouble, .bladder .wcakneea ami G,
general d?cimo. Sn-lic?Uhv
When your kidneys ?eetiiKfV
bf lead; your back burta otr the
Ss>af? ; fall v- of ' sediment - or
' ^Tptyjged/ to seokrelior~t*o?i
Vltrins' -.vt?0' ?uljftt; ;lf ^fou
jj?t?bj jjtomaeb, or; yob > hat
sin^wtttn .tli?^tr either; ie ;b*<
[get from your .pharmacist about
theh ? ?cf ? iii^,^:;T^i*vfajaio^8,
fi made' fr?? .the acid of grapes
lesion ?ulce,: combined ?tth.jHt* '
has ht?n used for generations
and ?Umftlii?e; cloged kidneys i'^ei^
-irsAlio ;-?h* acids taitbe i*rtoe so , it
,tU> ;;lcm??>.:-i?;fcj?tyx*.- Of: ilrtm&li
r itiakeaia; deli^t?u? ^effervescent
a mifctak?. by having a good '
' s jury time,
r? COMING AND GOING ?
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Dr. ?Murray Riley of Wheeling. W.i
Vu., ls visiting relatives hore.
Hon. C. F.?. 13. I turns 'of l.ownde:;
viilo spent . yesterday tn Anderson.
, Mi?!} Martha Richardson has re I
turned from Ridge Springs where
ehe has' heen teaching for tho, past:
Mr. Henry Moseley . of Lowndes
vlllo was a visitor, yesterday.
Among . the vfdlors from Clemson
College yesterday wore tho ?Rev.
W. H. Mills, Dr. A. H. "edrom,
Prof. L.-2C- and :Muur<Jessi e?odfrey.
Mrs. Graham Simpson of PepHle
ton was aiyisitor yesterday.
Mr. ?. iteaUierswao, of New-,
berry ^spent ?yesterday in Anderson.
Misses Paulino, Sallio and Louise]
.Hunter ot Pendleton worn among]
tho visitors' yesterday.
Dr. B'nck bf UV 'Carril spent i
yesterday in Anderson.
Miss Coro-riranynn of Honea Path
was a visitor on Tuesday.
Miss Marie' 'Philpot of LanrCUB !
?spent yesterday in the city.
. Mr. and Mrs. Snood of Greenwood
wore here Tuesday.
Mrs. S."K'. Dendy of Scnaca come
to Andoreon yesterday. ' ?
Mr. 3l. vi Mos? of Walhalla came
to. Andora on on 'Tuesday.
Among tho visitors from ".Valhalla
yesterday wore: Mrs. Newitt Pant,
Miss Myra Pant, Mr. and Mrs. M?;R
8Kso"m*?ny goad things to eat and
happy a family enjoying them as
s at the Drake home last Tlturs
h tho afternoon music-yes thc
\ ot. music, wes enjoyed. The
tko family-have c. tulont for music, |
ie nj^r Bowen, Mr." ?nd'Mrs'. W.'c"
("Kay, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Cox. Mr.
and'Mrs. C. H. yt ricki and. Misses
I Mattie Vandiver, Austin, Harris and
MeosreNWV C. Deck, Claude F. and
B. Hf. Graves. Claude Todd. Hugh
Tolllson, Leo^GlaSby, H. 8. Oamp
bel!, Vf. O. Tate, Vivian Vaughn, C.
O. Bowie, Burnett o and Lefter.'
Mrs. j". ID., Johnson, Mrs. J. T.
T?naett. MJM'Nora Jones , and Mr.
Joe Johnson-of Elberton, Ga., aile!
? Mending ;the -week with Mr. and
Mrs. O. M'.: Heard.
In addition tor 'those mentioned
above as being from Belton, who
wore here to see the picture at too
Afld?rs?? : lotot; ?lght?' tnero Vero tire
following: Mr. and Mrs. A. W.
Boggo, 'Will"Harris,. Mrs. G. O.
Tato, Dr. and' Mrs. J. E. Harper.
Qeorge1 Browny F. M\ Font, C.- W.
?Mitchell, Roy Smith, Miss Pearl
Stone, Gartinc Gaines, Mr. end Mrs.
J.' H. HcCuen, Robert Cox*, Mrs. Isa
Brown, Misses (Eunice and Alice Kay,
Mrs. F. M.. Cox, Mrs. J. M. C6?? Jr.
Mr. ana 'Mrs: ..W,. C. . Clin ^ ?ale?,
Mia's HatMai Harden, Mr. and '',rs. j.
Garrett, Mrs. T. W. M?ttlsoi;,
Mrs.-W. C. DOCK, Peace Strickland.
Mr. and Mrs.. Julian Walton, Alic i
I ?Morrow. Earle .Maddox, Mrs. J.' T.
West Mrs. W. C. Brown. Mrs. W..
i. Moorchead, Mr. and Mrs. J. G.
Griffin. Mr. and Mrs. \V. H. Tram>
.moll/Mrs. D'. "Av-.Geer and Mr. and
Mrs. J.. Clydo.Green.
Among the vjsltors from Iva yes
terday were Dr. ,D. A. Burriss, Mr!.1!
and 'Mrs. T. O. Jackton; Miss Lol?
Jackson, Mr.andVMrB. W. Frau)t
McGee,' R. W. Xowis and Sam An
Mr. . Albert 8.; Font ot -Belton : spent
j yesterday in -tho city.
/ Mr? iand Mre.. J. H. Darby, Mrs].'
Ida -Darby. Mrs. J. W. Bell, Vti\i
liam-Bell and Der re ll Darby of Wat
halla wcro herc .yesterday for the
MBirth pf a'Nation."
Heart H 'Delight (.'Uli.
The Hearts Delight club will meet
on Thursday afternoon? at. four
o'clock with Mrs. Fritz Watson.'
Is In Hospital.
Mrs. Frank Uontry of Starr ls'In
the Anderson county 'hospital; -hov-1
lng undergone an operation for,ap
pendicitis. Her condition is report
ed as helng favorable.
... i u
Anderson Jlread Club.
Ali persons 'intorobted In thc
Bread club ot the city of Audorsori
aro requested to meet at tho Car
negie Library Thursday aftornrua.'
at 4:30 p. m.
.Mrs. wm. ll. Howzo, of Now
York city, is visiting Mrs: I-dohaird
Laughlin ou .Greenville' utrcet for a
few days. ,
tfnrk Tbl?.Man. .
Breathes, there.a man with soul t?
Who never to himself hath >? Bald,
"My trado of Jato is gotting bad;
"I'll try .another muslin. ad2"
If such there be, go mark him well;1
For him no bank account shall swell, |
No angels watch tho golden Blair
To welcomo homo a mliUouairo.
Tho man who novor asks for trade]
in local papers oft displayed,
Cares nioro for rost than worldly
And patronage but gives him pain.
Tread lightly, friends; let mo nulo |
Disturb his roll tuile profound.
Ifr-rc let him Uve In calm reposo.
Unsought except by mon he owes.
And when ho dies go-plant .him.deep I
That naught may break.his droamJpea |
Wiioro rio rude clamor may dispel
Tho quiet that ho loves t?? well.
And that the world. moy know itu
Place on his grave a wreath % >-otj
mesa. . . . r * !
And. un a.stone above, "Hero, lies
A chpmp who. wouldn't ndvcrUso.*
Davie cbunty Record, .MockBV?Ue, N.
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* DO YO ?K?OVY THAT 1 .'*
* - - ... tm
.+ , Bradent muzzling of dogBr-?iH
!?* will crndicalo tables? ' .
I* -" - m,
* Tho protection of Utefnemth>r-#q
* of children is tho first duty ': +j
.* of the Nation?
,*. - . ..^ ?'..-*'
* Rad temper is sometimes
???''.'merely a Symptom bf:'-.h?d *.''[
* health? t*|
|.* ? -m ? ? -
P Tho U. S^ public health ser-.;.*
?a? vice has proven that typhus is : <8> I
* ' spread by lice. V#"P,
.fr .-."...'. ',*
+ Untreated pellagra onds : In j <*
?fr tnsantity? . ,
* . - 1 '*'
* ft In - the lexicon' of health | *
?fr < there is no such word a ii "neu-.?v.fP'|
* trality " against disease? .??fri
* . . ! ' ' "
* Thd death rate of persons - m j
* under '45'vis decreasing; * of ' 4
?fr rthese over-4lV(4t^???i.p?roaalug? <+
Get the Habit of
Say? wa can't look or feet right
with the ayatero fail
. Mil lons of folks bathe ? internally
now ?inntcad of ? loading their system^
with drugs; "What's an inside hath?":
yon say. Well, lt' is guaranteed to
perform miracles it you' vam ld tel le ve
these hot water enthusiasts. -
.There-aro vast,numbers of men and
women who, Immediately, .upon ar1?;-'
ihg in, tho morning, drink a glass ot
real hot^w?i?r with a teaspoonful sf
l ? mer, ton o phoSpbatO ' In lt, Thia ls a
very excellent health mca?ure. lt
Is intended to f jush. the stomach, liv
er, kidneys and tho thirty feet ipf jn-j
tcatlheo of tho. previous ;days wasted
s o or bile and indigestible material left
over In tho body which if not elimina
ted-o vory .day, he como lood for the;
mi ill ona. .of; : bacteria,wh ich ? Infest tho.
'Pl&pUict?; forii'brsuth, ^had''taste.
eteeplossii?i?s, impure Wood and all
:v fcepala;?ho teoV, goodoona day-^
ImWfai^im- who; sim^y
oot-?er ?^Bllhr right "are : urjjr?d W\
oStafai a -?.oarter-iiaob?^
h?sphaie at the/Mink stdre. > Th
rill coat yisry ?tttla hut ?is auffielet
abject ..^f^r?i iaa^lta^i
j?Wa*.. soap ?rid, hot wa
rfr?sHftft?ng, so limestone ph?apbat*
1 bowal*, it itf/vesti^ m
b?ood,> while the how?! pores dd. ;
We nave just unpacked a beautiful new assortment of
irresistibly pretty waists--models that reveal the very spirit
of summer in their sheer painty materials, pretty airy trim
mings, and color.touched edges. They come in Georgette
Crepe, Voiles, Lingerie, Wash Silks, etc., and prices range
? $1.00 to $5.00 I
No good style is missing in our showing of Summer
Ivresses, and women interested in Fashion's decrees cannot
/. ?aiprj?f tot overlook our offerings at from $6.Jf?"|o $,3o.po.
- thc new styles in organdy, voiles, etc., and thc new sports,
are ideal, combining pleasing appearance with novelty abd
We have ready for your inspection, too, the most com
plete line of new white headgear we've ever shown
Milans, Panamas, Leghorns. Also, pretty . showing of.
West Side Square
i i ? ".. in. II. 11, ji i'!"" ,ivr
. When,you take your trip this summer be sure and
supply yourself with K. N. & K. Traveler's Cheela.
^^'?i-v'^' . ; ' ' ' '. -:. -. ' \ V;,;;-.;;...^i
Cashed ?very where; your signature is yqur iden- it
Hificationpif iosbno one ese can get them cashed;
and $e cost is very small.
K; N; and K. traveler's; Checks are for sale at
M. ,LUSI?.U!L',i'U , H
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.B?cn?so your teeth aro faultless tn APPEARANCE/lt dOe?^t?ot :
necessarily follow thut they aro SOUND. HIDDEN TllGUDLD may
fcc commencing tn ^unseen placos.. Decay ls often present farswieVe
BEFORE) lt becomes apparent Tho skilfull dentist can detect these
placos and PREVENT discoloration and .disease. Go ot least twice!a...
yenr to your deni let, ?nd liavo your teeth examined. ^
lUhrtdeaee ?Pfioae?. ia?erso?, & C. ? Ottea ?Pfci??a e?T.
. We have a good stock of Ajax Tires on
;hapd?which -were bought before any advances;
sell you whit yoii?need
? ^ tires at th^ a
500C^ tire,: ? Gail 4n
i.^^rtdr|iV^y^^f sbm$ iflotieyfc0t a^ ^ same
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