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Compound of Simple Laxative
> Herb* Recommended fer
When a remedy ha? stood tho test
of critical analysis and strong compe
tition for over a quarter o?, a, century
and establishes itself as the lu*'spon
sable household remedy, Ia thousou??
Of homes, it is pretty good evidence
Of Its efficacy.,
Dr. Caldwell's ,'dyrup Pepsin has
been on the market since i 1880, its
us? being gradually extended until
now it is generally regarded by drug
gists ' as the staple family ' laxative.
It is a' 'combination of simple laxa
tive herbs, free from opiates or nar
cotic drugs, gentle in ltd action.and
positivo In effect. It costs only fifty
coiits a bottle ?r?i'. can be p'trefc^s?'!
in drug stores everywhere,
r Mr. Prank' Klima, of 230D Ashland
Aye., Baltimore, Md. wrote Dr. Cald
well recently that he bad tried about
everything without being helped until
ho? got a bottle of Br. Caldwell's Sy
rup Pepsin, which he considers the
HANGE FOB YOUNG CHICKS
. > ' .
Problem Deserves Jijo re Attention
From Farmers Than H Gets
< ; Clemson ' College, S. C., May 23.
-The problem of supplying, a rango;
or, Kren feed tor chicks does not
receive sufficient attention. This ls
un' important side of the proper
roaring of poultry and the farmer
who has sour skim milk to spare
and- a-good green range.has more
I than half his. chick problem solved^.
\ <For temporary feeding, one can
soak oats''overnight in water, wash
them thoroughly , next morning and
syro-id them in half-Inch layers inj
boxes qr "tray??, P?ace these trays.
The'Anders'oa 'County M
' 3, ?.: SMITH, President and Treasn!
JOHN A. H A3
. T w% -. 'fv,^ ;SV..V. ;?
Call and see tot
. This bed room set, consisting
er, Chiffonier; tripple mirror dre
?Every piece is. well made a
ror plate glass,1 every drawed ri
Vita Easy te Pay t
MB FRANK KLIMA-:>
j greatest Kiiown remedy for indigestion,
constipation and stomach troubles.
Oct a bojtle bf Dr. Caldwell's! Syrup
Pepsin from your drugist and keep)
it in the house. A trial bottle, free
ot charge can be obtained by writing
to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 454 Washing
ton St.. Monticello, 111.
fn the .Shade outdoors and sprinkle
with water twice daily. In from
three to six days the oats will bo
ready for feeding. . For baby chicks
feed when the sprouts are one-half
inch long, giving once dally what
. tho chicks will eat in about taj?
Rape may. be sown, and, when
grown, cut up and feed to chicks.
Cabbage, lettuce, mangeln, beets
turnips can also be. used for green
For the Hot Summer days try
our Icy Hot Bottle. Ow? Drug
Co. - 7 :
utual Fire Insurant Co.
?cr J. J. MAJOR Vice President
it Peoples Bank
M 7 a
ld ivory; Suite
: of a full,size bed? large dress
:ssing.table and extra table, for
' ' . " ' ? ' ???
lid* finely finished-every rhir
nnioner every year ty
?aiid your tiouble^ ar?"
i?hd made of rjri?Sria?
Gi?ftft?, 3. C.
Today's performances of "Tue
BIrlti .ot 'a Notice" will afford resi
dente of Anderson and nearby towns
their Jwt<opportunity to witness the
mighty, spectacle of Pie and love in
the Piedmont during the trying dayB
of war and reconstruction. The per
formances wilt begin at 2:30 and 8:30
und it ls expected that tho audiences
will bo the largest of the engage
ment. There are a few seats left 'or
both performances. However end ear
'?/''V?aHoro'to the box office will ex
pedience uo difficulty in making sat
isfactory reservations. ;
Nothing in the theatrical history of
Anderson has so stirred residents of
thlB section e.s hun the stupendous
pioturlzation of Thomas Dixon's nov
el, "The Clansman." It has been de
scribed as "three hourn of cheers
.!? ?-.... LANDER COLLEGE ?
Tuesday, afternoon one-ot the do
I mer.tic science classes gaye a lun
cheon which was tasteful in every
detail and thoroughly enjoyed by p
congenial group. Miss Morgan wa !
the hostess. Mrs. Sheridan and
Mr. and Mrs. George C. Hodges,
Jr., were the out-in-town guest.
This evening Miss Martha Kilgo gives
a demonstration before the school
In the chapel. This is the last re
quirement she must meet before re
I'colving a teacher's certificate from
A much appreciated gift to the
library was received this week. It
is a valuable collection of magazines,
Methodist Rovie wc, presented by the
late Re?. H." B. Browne, of King
Mrs. Edw .rda and little Newton,
Jr., arrived last Saturday and the
coll?ge/ household is delighted that
they , are here. MIBS Lawson and
Miss Stokes- uro also ack at their
posts ?fter having been nt home tor
Rev. W. I. Herbert waa a visitor
at chapel Wednesday and conducted
tho morning devotions. Mrs. Gor
don White, of Abbeville, Miss Geor
gia Byrd, of Lawrenceville, Ga., and
Misses Annie and Floride Kudd, ot
; Cross Hill, were visitors at the col
lege this week. '
Dr. Willson goes today up the
country and On Sunday he will make
an address on Ernncles Anbury at a
church near Walhalla. Mr. Lawton
will preach the commencement ser
mon for the Easley high Behool Sun
day. Mr. Edwards last night do
livered thc closing address before the
graded school of Calhoun Falls.
? WIFE 6? iii
T. B. BROWDER DECLARES
HIS WIFE SUFFERED
WOULD GASP FOR AIR
' -' jj
Tried Medicine After Medfcme
Without Avail, Bat Tanlac End
cd Suffering, He Say?
"My wife was relieved of ailments
with which' she had suffered seven
?'ears or more which often prevented,]
Ver from doing ber housework, by
Just three (3) bottles of Tanlac," de
clared T. B. Browder, of 800V;Lowdr
St., Columbia In an Interview ?evoral
days ago with the .Tanlac representa
His statement regarding Mrs. Brow
I dor's - ailments and nfs endorsement
j of ' Tanlac follows :
''Mrs. Browder Buffered from a very
troublesome condition that defied ?ll
our efforts to combat. She. suffered
from shortness of breath, for abc or
Soven j years or mord. This trouble
resulted in her becoming so that she
could not" do any o ' ber work at all
hardly, because the least exerUc*
would causo her-l? >get ont of breath j
and begin gasping for air. She tir
ed-.very, easily, and tost weight, Hsi
condition genorally was very much run
down, ehe Buffered, from dizzy, spells,
this swimming <n the head causing
her much discomfort She had lost
her - apetite ul moni and alu? au^||*d
with Intestinal 'trouble.
"Wo tried medicine after medicino,
I hut-not until she began to take - Tan
lac did Bhe ? get satisfactory results.
Tanlac Is the only medicine she . has
ever token that gave her relief and
we have bought, almost everything w>
over heard of. Tho relief Tanlac
gave her came Quickly, too. > Sha ?c
not : suffer- now: with that shortness
breath, and she does not experiehoe
inconVeMence tn doing.jflVfr;. house
i ?flt;! wiur only attir'v.wevili?a'
the endoraesaeata ; of UtaW
lac; and it proved is forteaat? ,
sion. She took three botles and he*4
?y&tem was generally buflt upi ? She I
:g9dttsd about fifteen (15) pounds wh
taking this treatniM|^MWgrCi
sugar -vwjtth>; those dizzy .-'spwlla;
her strength tons greatly incrc
ahe became en*rgetie ?id full of life,
? eura am pleased with :t??;:fee$*H*
Tanlac gave hen and can beertl?y ree-t
.???^ia^tit?f''? ' - h
aotd esetusivr^y in Anderson ?>y Ev
j&mfin&rsHtif, two atoree.-Adv,
t .y . . < , -. ? Wmm
mty To See
Ot A National
and tears" and it ls indeed all of that j
to Umso-of ine older generation who
were actors in many of tho historical |
Bcenes depicted.. At. each per for
manco tho dashing Ku Klux who ap
pear In tho last half of tho spectacle
iiave been cheered with a vigor
which gives rise to a suspicion f iat
their escapades stirred memories in
The symphony orchestra of 25 j
willoh plays the elaborate musical
accompaniment is one of the finest
ever heard in Anderson and the stage
effects are the last word in realism.
The spectacle .has been the principal
topic of conversation in the streets
since its opened tts ongagutnent Mon
day night and it ie difficult to Ima
gine any person who is able and liai
the means falling to fee it.
DRAKE BEUKION HELD
AT PELZER AN EVENT
OF MUCH ENJOYMENT I
Music and Feasting Featured Gath
ering of Three Generations
Pclzer. May .22.-On Thursday
May 11th, the home of Mr. and Mrs
James Franklin Drake was the scene
of.much pleasure. The . cause ot
which was the Drako* reunion. Bight
of the eleven children were prese.it
as well ns. were'a number of grand
children. j During the morning "how.
dy do's" wefb being said aud all
both old and young, wore having <
great good timo. . Then dinnor o
rather the feast, it is not often ono
sees so many good thlncu'to eat and
as happy a family enjoying them as
wan at the Drake home last Thurs
In the afternoon music-yes thc
best of, music, was enjoyed. The
Drake family -have a talent for music
some made sweet nwste on the violin
somo on the banjo, Borne on the auto
harp and others joining in with their
happy voices altogether it wast a most
delightful occasion for all who were
fortunate enough to be present. The
following children were present:
Mr. and Mrsl" Claude Drake; Mr
and Mrs. Compton of Frank vii lc
Mr. and Mra. ' Frank Drake; Mrs
Griffin of Goor?'id;' Mr. and Mrs
Malcolm Drako; 'Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Drake and ?MrV , and Mrs. Ernes
Curry of Greenville. Several friend
bf the family Were Invited to enjoy
the happy-occasion among them were
Mesdames lt. E^' Tolilsdo and Ray
mond.' Poor?. 1
It was a pretty ' picture to Bee the
mixing had' mlnftTtlg- af three gene
rations and: we are Inclined ti) be
lie vo lt wof?ld b?'h?rd to tell' Which
got tho most reaV enjoyment out of
the reunion of this old .BUbstant'al
family. ' . i"
j.j j>r, ,and Mrs. C M. Tripp left on
an automobil o trip last Wednesday.
They visited Columbia, Ridgeway,
CheBter. and other points, returning
home. late ..Friday hight. They had a
fine trip. Dr. Trfpps says he .went to
Columbia' without changing the geer
(if bia machine. ."
' Mrs. J. M. Garrett has returned
to hor. homo after. a visit to rela?
tires in Owons ?nd Greenville.
Miss.Bessie Leonard of Greenville
was ? visitor here last week.
Miss Julia Owens of Greenville
.peat Saturday night here with rela
tives. ? : .
Miss Edith Blgby of Wllliamston
was in town last week.
A number of ppr .people are going
to Anderson to take la "The Birth of
a Nation." '
Th? little daughter of Rev. and
Mrs.' Banner has. been .very 111, with
pneumonia. Miss Ruth Garrett has
been nursing the little "child and we
sro delighted to know li is much
better. '. ~
Mr. Terry of the Greenville aldo
visited . hto. daughter, Mrs. Raymond
Pobre lest week*.
" ? ':. -r
I* Seems te Pay.
Atlanta, May 23?--Does' advertis
ing Pay? f Always, and sometimes lt
makes a 'fortune tor - the man who
foots ' tho bill. An Atlanta soft drink
concern, wfth its' modest capitaliza
Lion of $50,000, Increased its assets
riMr?^?,37O,O00 in its last statement,
and is now worth $<5J572,647. It has
||?|??,000 in real entate and a ?2.^
824,803 surplus1-all i?ullt on adveF-y
fleing. An aub>.#Wle corpy'stlon,
roptrrts increased ealen of ovm-??fM&.
0?^900'. fast y?ar-rdue to increased
Kdvor'ti&-ing.' A ceift?V company re
ports a gain in aros's earnings ot $1,"
I8M72, br sixty-seven per ec*?>. In
cf reese in \via yeara, Advertising
did Itv On the other hand a biscuit*
iy, which reduced its advert?a*
tfoprhUton for last year, sh.)WA
shrank ?roh4' |?31,t72 to $ 123.
37i. v ,
: Those figures vrlii prove rnter?et
leg both to' advertisers, and non~ad
rortlsers; . When a; t?*ifless man
etoro advertising, lt woaV.Be Jong
until his .busiaese ?kn be advertised
for sale." - . /;"
Pf^.Midd ead Ol**rwi*e.
^^W'ilquoiiteB would }uivs ; us ' be?
lievre that "Wind pigs" flourish bniy
lh dry communities. It I? thorefon.
t?atnrally psarprl?Jnr^i? Vta lear?
from no lesa authority than . Asaei
blyiaan'MaTtin '?^p???te.v^ Nc,,
York, tba* ibero .*?^V&&W:;: to
New-';-:yorBiW'i i^ ldtceh selling
liquor wHhont.;[mvtt??te&Mt* Mc
CTbe 1s an anti-areh&lHoniet and a
NOT WAR HORSES
Six Months Woul? Exhaust the
Supply of Suitable MountSe
BETTER BREEDING NEEDED.
Claim Mada That Farmers as Wall an
th? Government Would Ba Greatly
Osnc-iiicu-Federal Aid ls Extended
In Somo Instances to Those Who
Improve Their Gtoclc
If the United States should becomo
Involved in war with a first class pow
er less than six mouths ofter tho com
mencement of hostilities wo would
have to commence mounting: cavalry
and horse artillery on draft horses
similar to those used for lur?o express
wagons and brewery wagons or else on
a type of smaller horse so inferior to
the mounts of our enemy that the dis
advantage would be marked.
' This is the judgment of army beads
after a careful canvass of the wntlre
country, hi which thc two most promi
nent baukors In every rural county In
the country were asked to send a list of
tho number of horses available for tho
mounting of cavalry and Held ni til lc ry.
thc type and conformation of thc horse
being carefully specified in the inquiry.
Training Would Be Futile.
If tho country should go tu war to
morrow the opectacular horsemanship
and superior framing of ber cavalry
und light artillery would avail her until
ing. She hasn't thc horses. Accord
lug to Geucral A leah Ire. quartermaster
genernl of the army, there are less than
225.000 horses available for military
service in the country. This number
would a. little more than offer llrst
mounts to a war strength army. In the
civil war the federal government lu
one year-?8C4-purchased and cap
tured nearly 210.000 horses, und durlug
eight months of that year remounted'
the Army of the Potomac twice. Sheri
dan's troops were supplied throughout
the war at the rate of three remounts
Fr let lo:; Le tue rn thc war dei ia rt men t
and the department of agriculture now
threatens to stop the only effort which
bas been rando lu this country to coi*-,
reef this, condition. While known, as
the army remount service, the real ob
ject ls to. Improve the breeding of var-;
ring*, light harness und saddle horses
-types that make the best nil round
horse fer fa rai and city-by o fro ri nj;
the farmers the free use of thorough
bred stallions belonging to the govern
ment and, directed by the department
In Operation Three Years.'
Tills By stem, lu a, inost abbreviated;
form, has laen in practice now for
three years nod '-with every |xj.-mlble
success. Such fouls as' the United
States requires for remount ?tunases
have been purchased, netting n profit
to tho farmer plus the amount usually:
collected by the m Ul ill eui an buy In;:
horses for the nrroy under cm it ra ct. and
offering, the United States a . better
boree at. lesa expense for cavalry or
other mounted military work. "
Calling for an initial appropriation;
of ?200.000 and" an annual expenditure
thereafter of 8100.000 for a period of
years/a'bill for the extension of thia
system. Introduced by Representative
Thomas J. 8cully of New Jersey, ls.
now a wal tiny action by the hsuse com
mittee on agriculture.. The figures in
,the bill represent, the estimates made;
by experts of the agriculture ow! war
departments as to the amount necee
nary to glvo adequate force to the pian.
Representative Scully, after consultar
lion with civilian ami military esperto,
also baa introduced a resolution call
ing upon the hoUseV militai y Rflah a
committee for eh investigation to de-,
.termine wb?ther the present plan
?shouM'bo supplemented in any other
. i Better Horses Only Object.
'.Tho department of agriculture bas
taken the position that the object of
the. remount system ls to raise.horses
for purely military purposes and that
therefore the system should be direct
ed by the war department," sahl Mr.
.The fact of the matter ls that the.
.war department "!? . asking only the'
brooding ot horses be encouraged,
which every user of a horse for any
thing, except beary draft, work, de
mands; that tho scrub; stock of ' this
wintry be weeded out by.the offering
?m puro bred stallions to the farmers.
The war department hopes to ben elle
only Incidentally In time of pence, aa
the peace requirements In horseflesh
cen . very easily-be Uken care ot, and
in time of war, when the need, of tue
^n^department ls tho need of tue sa
tire country, where will tho Uno ba
drawn between the rtcty of one depart
mentjind another? ' ;
"The United States, next to Russia.
Mids Uh? world in tho production of
horseflesh. And yet our horses are no tv
of auch poor type the foreign buyers
coming over here are able, despite tho
desperate heed of their country, to pur.
cfca?? bornes for military purpose? at 1
about $11)0 a head.
Tba government stallions bav? been
of four different breeds, selected by ft
.e^t?en?e^?r >*aj* ajotar* and
civilian experteVTend these b*<re"bren
confined fe four different sections of
tba country. Tb? thoroughbreds hate
been ataiioned ni ?nd meaT4ts*-<r*
moont station btv -Royal? ^Vitf
wbere !?or*ea for hunting and saddle ,
Br???, vu wa
It will be to every mab's advantage to ba9
on very Intimate terms wit li Ulla HOUBO ot
good outfitting. My Summer Suita-Koo!
.<lotli, Palm Beach, etc., at .
$7.50 and Up
. are the productions ot Makers who have woe
reputation tor making the' best clothes for
Men. In other words I have selected the
boBt from the host.
And I have spared no pains to see that
tho $10, $12.60 and $16 Butts sold here are
. correct In every Mle detail..
You know the Hamberger Uno-$20 and
$22.60. ' y
New Straw Hats 50c to $3
t unii ii '
R. W. TRIBBLE
Hie Up To Dato Clothier
is more than Shoe Nish
It ls composed of wax and oils so combined as
to give a brilliant? lasting shine and to soften and
preservo the leather,
THE SHIKOIA HOME SET
The handiest, most efficient shoe shining set yon
can buy at any price.
Sold at a nominal cost to
FOR HOME? GRIP OR
At all Dealers-Toke no substitut* * TOE M8? SST
Have you ever thought of the idea of turning your \ylfc\
over to the-care of an institution? Or of trying to secure"'
a pension of some kind for her? What . preposterous
questions! you exclaim. You propose to take, cure of and
support her yourself, do you ? You don't want: her seeking <
. a pensibn from anyone, you are qui*? able to provide for
her with all the .income she needvanu you don't ask help
from the state or any institution as long as you arc sano
.' and can do a man's work, say you ? And why should any
one ask such foohsh questions *
Well, it does deem foolish. And yet, just a minute!
You are speaking of your wife. So were we. ' You say .
that she needs no financial help from anyone but yourself.
Quite true. But suppose we substitute for the word wife
v the word widow! Have you ever thought of her as your
widow? - Perhaps those are not such fool questions after
all! - She may be your widow and day, perhaps twenty or
thirty years hence, perhaps tomorrow. How arc you plan
ning "to ,care for her then, when -your earning power shall
' have Stopped?
Are you going to let her turn to the state for help and
plead for a widow's pension to keep her from w?ht? Thous?
ands of widows ali. over the country are doing it. Four?
teen states,have passed hws establishing such funds within
the last year so there must be a call for them. Is your
wife,-who is? now looking so trustingly and proudly to you
for her comfort.and happiness, to be, some day, one of
'ithosei widows petitioning an indifferent Judge for a wid
Do yau realize thai the day she becomes a wiuuw she is
[':.:;;'; afso"deprived of your earning capacity? Salaries never
: find their way across the grave. So if you are not a capi
talist, an^ if your wife is dependent upon your'daily earnings
these questions are not quite so foolish as they at first
V..^ppearied? : . :y~ ; -\
.r:^f';'^'^e'mbe'r; ttilsV. that your salary wjtl never go to your
? grav? j0o?-to your widow from, your gr?vef but th?, proceeds
Of a continuous installment policy will without any doubt
whatever,' go .to h?r, year after year?, unfailing in regularity,
as from your grave, so long as she shalt live,-Mutual |ti<
?^W^-f^v'^ . '?' \ ? Stn!
M, M. M^TTiSOP?, General Agent.
?. W. WEB?, District Agrfti.
CLYDfc? MATTISON, Eoa?t?ve Spsc&?.
:^.lBr?^;.;&?^aa . ' Aa?ora?sv S. C.
Dai?yInte?iigT???Cfi? Wan\t Ada. Bh^lC?^lU