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y'^SSi . ^frtl,, ;.' -this week 28 dozen of '.
?-. .^^?^r-^J^j^^^^1^^. *he Prettiest of the new
V^^^&^FGT^^k Hats for Children and
/"N VLt ' j Little Misses at surpris.
V You'll Find Also
that fnro?ghout our stock bargains are plentiful
Next to Parker & Bolt'a
NOTEp.vIj/pUQAT0R moat, famouseducatora of.. the
?j,United?S?nte.8.?V'l?? give d/se^i^ McMurray
^and /Thorndike ot Coltim&ia /Uh?yer?lty, New York, Ooinmlsl?ner
^K?ndall dt New ?er?ey*j i?.\/^ National' Education'
> .Association, Editor ot the Journal .O?; Bd?ca??on,. President, of. the
'.'Story.'Teller's . League, General' Secretary ot ?the Religious Educa-'
, tlon Association, and many others.
."" COURSE - OP STtlDY-r-Pa?l -^oorseBr- pf j study / Twill he provided' to /
>( meet th? needs of (1) Superintendents and Principals, (2) Hign^
. Soiiool.Tcachcro (3) Primary and Grade\Teachers (4) Rural School
-'Teachers and (5) thoso wishing college credits.. . . .
~lFACULTY^A large faculty has..been, secured composed of Bpec- "
talists and leaders of education In this and-other states.
' ' ?PEC?A?? F^ATUI*ES--^Model school, rural school problems kindon-,
.'garten, practice ami lecture? ort thc Montessori methods. County
''Boards of (Education air? authorised to renew certificates-still In
forco for all teachers who .do. satisfactory work in this Summer
'"School and take tho finar'eraminatlbhs. .
.LECTURES, ENTE^TAI^MENT^, OUT-POOI?. PLAYS, MUSICAL
.* COMPANIES, EDUCATIONAL -MO V^NG. P?CT?IRES, PERSON--.
ALLY CONDUCTED ?&OUP^??NS, L?P.GE NEW GYMNASIUM.
REGULATION SIZE TILE SWIMMING POOD LARGE ATHLETIC
. FIELD AND PLAYGROUND THOROUGHLY EQUIPPfSD. ACCO
MMODATIONS; ?NE^^ ' . '
V; For ratos pud- further- information;wrlto for Summer School
V Bulletin. ?x'^y :-''r'<A^^ ..'.".' .-. r. .. .'' .' -
t?lLL, S. C.
On Your Irish Potatoes
It will kill the bogs ead not Injure
the potato, vines.
Sold on an absolute guarantee er
doney hark proposition by rolla?
ble grocers and druggists,
Hnrmfnctnred und gjarnntecd by
Stonecypher Drug and Chemical Co., Westminster,, S. C.
S??d l>x F?nt'?/Drug Store.
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^?ri?^lje'suiwirier-mphts for health, : comfort
iand bt??si?r?; 'i
A Lawn Mower, a^garden hose, scree??doors.
a. nd windows, : a water ?ooler and an Ice ?ream/ j
/Churns Capih^Hmax with ah oil- cook stove J
.for the.house .wfluB^
% Any of the/arib^e ?Vtit?esde?iv?rei? in the
-We*4 S?*e Sgaar e
T?ic bic?Uffoacc? placea M tho abpotal o? Ha t?****?- '
?s?? pa?'t&irtkc beat ^w^?p^rJ p??iift aa Pte^moo*
Cabot?t*, v" To$s;mena*aeWSea, moro e&refol ?M?:
an? promp?*r roc&ods of feratjUag adve^tsaias C&JS fee
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'ONE DAY' IN FIVE
PARTS BE SHOWN
AT THE ANDERSON
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At Wie Tnderson Monday "Ono Day"
in :> parts, a sequel to Elinor . Glyue
famous story '-Three Weeks,' will be
presented. This picture, a sensation
al"* fascinating love drama, was pro
duced by B. S. MOBS and has made
a tremendous hit elsewhere.
.' Opening with tho . coronation of
Paul I, the infant King of VeBerin.
through a Berles of exciting scenes,
tho r/.cture moves ahead several years
to an attempt on the young sov
ereign's life, made by Stefan, a
Stefan, a henchman, of Pavlovitch,
the Regent, who is plotting to make
way for hld oWn crowning.
Although Dimitri, guard of j the
young King, carries him to the home
of h's rightful father. Paul V>fd?yne,
In England, Pavlovitch has been led
to believe that his plans have suc
ceeded, and proclaims himself King.
Through very exciting portrayals
of twenty years in extravagant and
Intemperate livlug, we find Pavlo
vitch facing a rebellious people and
a banferupt country. To save her
father's throne, Opal, his beautiful
daughter, consents to sacrifico hor
sclf In marriage to the Prince of
Argone, her elder by many years, and
a man with no enviable reputation.
The agreement provides that she first
tie vi-ein-iited thirty days'- vacation
in a oin.. ?. "own only to herself and
Itt Engl?ttd she chooses the home
pf a distance relative; which happens
to be not far.'from, the estate of
Paul Verdayne. On various occas
ions while there she meets Paul I,
and without knowledge of.each oth
er's Identity, they' fall in love. Upon
her return to Veneria, Opal ls ship
ped off to Paris to purchase her
trousseau. Young Pani, accompan
ied, by Dimitri, cn a pleasure jaunt,
happens to be on board the same
steamer bound for France. An af
fecting love scene takes place, ' the
Prince witnesses it, attacks Paul, who
tn turn throws him overboard, but
is subsequently rescued. -Later, in
Par ls, something., happen?. Which
changes the: entire course of tho
lovers' lives. Then follows the hafliy
return to Veseria. The battle of
young iPaul to regain the throne,
the death of Pavlovitch at the hands
of tho infuriated people of the little
kingdom, the recoronatlon of young
Paul .to.be King, eventually his mar-,
rlage to Coal, who becomes his beau
tiful Queen, and the story ends,
leaving them to'live happy ever af
AT BIJOU MONDAY
.Victor Moore,: who recently- created
such a j sensation . in the Jesse L
Leaky production of "Chimmie Fad
den Out Weat" will be seen at the
Bijou on Monday in "The Face'
supported by Anita King, The Para
mount Girl, and an excellent Lasky
cast. \ -
"The Race" .le a thrilling drama
founded-, upon Miss King's recent
trant'contlnental motor trip, ? which
she made absolutely alone from Los
Angeles td Nor York City.
;:';vtast summer. "Miss King, who. is
Un enthusiastic motorist, was con
vlnced unattended- Sho secured per.
mission front Jesse L. Lasky. -. the
head ot the. company. On September
first sho left the exposition ?grounds
at Sap (Francisco carrying mes?
sages from the' mayor of that city td
Mayor Mitchell of New York, It
took, this br?ve young, woman forty-,
nine days to. complete this Journey
twenty-nine of these days. it rained
continuously and she1 had td buttle
through' th? mud over the major por
tion, of the trip. .
. - iWhile crossing thc state ot ' Nevada
she lost her way. Her car became
imbedded in-the mire and 'n trying
to dig it out. her shovel ,./oke She
was without food and to Increase her
terror ' she waa attacked ' by a wolf.
She/wos able to kill the animal, but
after'the struggle fell exhausted in
her car where she waa found In ' an
.unconscious, condition tne .next
morning by three prospectors. .
.lier entire trip Was jftllcd with
thrilling incidents, many . of which
are i incorporat ed in . the picture and
were filmed nt. the .exact 'lo cat tty in
which :hey happened. During- the
photographing: of thn ->lclur?
nn?B",.was:' injured several tlrr.ea
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