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Wim Healthy Child
te Ineapejisive Remedy
Check? Early Tendency
(About tho first thing impressed OD
Hie young Mother ls tho necessity -fot
l?gularlty in lier bay, which brings up
tile question of the most desirable lax
ative for children's nee, ?V$i .
Mrs . Jesse ,? Richardson, 'Philpot,
Ky., says that .she baa used Dr: Cald
well'.; Syrup Pepsin for the post /caf
mid tli?t' there iw;?? nKdiciq?;in- the
world like ft.v-J?he" writes.-?WflnuE
con, William jr., just, t&i?? lt/be
causo it is SO'pleasant Sf. take, rmi
i-\ ybody talks about his being ?.?such
n ' ne healthy boy." . ' ?
?Jr. Caldwell's Syrup Peppin ifl a
compound of simple . laxative herba,
free from any opiate or narcotic drug,
and is the : standard, remedy for con?
ii ti pat! on in thousands of lunn cs
throughout the land. Drug stores ev:
erywhero sell it for fifty cents a bot
tle. Get a bottle ot this excellent
v WM. J. EICHA RDSC-'i, JR.
remedy, and have lt in the house. A
trial bottle, free of charge, can be ob
tained by writiug to Dr?- W. B. Cald^
we?, 464 Washington St., 5i=uti??
He was a brother of Messrs. W
W. and Ft. L; Rob'nBon, of lhl3 city.
Lv 0. ROBINSON ?EAD
Yunera! This Afternoon aud Inter
ment at Little River Church.
\Ax. L,. O. Robinson died yesterday
afternoon.at-his. homo ut Level Land
Funr.ral services will - be held-, thia
^afternoon at ? oVlbck and Inter
mont will be at Little River church,
in Abbeville county^ ..
The ideal salesman is the Want
Ad; direct in method--*on.yine
tag in. argument--and reaching
hundreds of customers tn one
C?MP?^ITk^ It ?
. . ..Ordinarily lt means two or. more firms endeavoring to sell the
. "BSmB.cldBa. ot:gpc?ds;to one person. :
Qn. 'what; baals^c^n'the buyer Judge-whoso .goods--must b? buy .
:? 1n;<bmer/to get fuji Value, for bis money-is price thje prim? factor
dq?B t|\Killty enter Into consideration?
- If - you'- aro mt created in quality nt prices \vlnohwill' appeal to
every one,' \vc. ask you to inspect theso beautiful Wcddlng^prescnts. (
6 inch Gt^ . .. . .$1.25 Each
,6 inch Butter Tub t?ngraved Glass .. $1.25 Each
7 m?hFfower Gut Glass-Vase. ..... . "... $1*23 Each
8 indi Heavy Flora. Design Cut Glass Vase .. '. .$2.00 Each
10 inch Heavy Floral Design Cut Glass Vase.. .$2.S0 ?ach
;i2 inch I!e:tv,y Floral De3|gn Cut Glass Vase ? . .$3.00 Each
We are n&t on the tiring'Hoc bat Vre H??TC tho Goods You Nedi
I ino? ? II w.lrn --audit* fa
?1 S^B ^^^Kl
When you take .y?u^ tfi? this 3ufymer. be sure and
f supply yourself with?& -Nk t& fe$?0^* &*?k?:
s Cashed every where; your 5i&.r\ture is your iden-,
tiOeatioh; if lost no one ?se Cj.y/get them cashed;
and the cost b very small,. . .:. ?.ry,;,
K. N. and K. Traveler's Checks are for sale at
) There are t humber JTplaces In town where you may' buy a trunk.
':. bul hono just like ycti'lt ?Utd herc; How's timi? What'e-tho reasonT
\ \8lmplo enough!'' Tnpaks ara. selected here ?lko everytbinjg elfie we 1
- Dcil-'-with espi alsl oarer-ahd 'i^'^ety.'C^O'?:(OV/BB? 'the bebt ciado !
l^-.fet lowcBt poBBlble pHce.
\y i ^ '. . ' : ii : 'V;' % .
iv! W?, baye a complete-: stock, o? Rod Ceda?, Chesta and ?birt Waist"
Hi'-R?xes nt moat attractive prjeea. ' ' \
SW-. ' ."' '; 'Si- :? ? y ..: . ' -'>. ';. : ; -': > ; -\.-. :..... ..'".'..-i';':; ;.V
X'J.'S?^P?^^??enlteiit?'??r?8?rti:V.. j.^ W?*0? Tic? Pr*kt?e?t
r I i i r.^nViMrmi? TB-II rfr w^-^^-^'-J-^-^??*?^*'1"^'^.'!?^T^ ?yr?i^tw'BICTM 1 ? '?^.
PASSED f IRit READING AT
I^:.^VfeftY? > RIGID
/ind Cover? This Business In De
tail-Are in Effect In Other
Cities tn Country
. . - v \
-rjr ' KJ-. I
V-At tho regular meeting of'city,
council yesterday eftmooon an or
dinance woe passed to first reading
.which will when fully adopted regu
lato the business of operating Jitneys
[??th?'clty of Anderson, tb define the
same, to provide licenses for them,
.penalties fdr violation and for, oth
er - purposes. ii ; .
Thia ft?t&n ls being considered by j
city council after, a elo.se study bi I
existing circumstances ?nd with
[view of having to regulate tho jitney'
business in the future.
Ever since the operation of'jitneys!
began in .California about two years !
ago," which" business rapidly spread
eastward, there has been a war made
ozi' them, not because of the fact that
!.they nave' nb right to operate but I
because. hu..they aro to operate, they
muEt, bb .'.regulated.. in order to pro
tect-the public and the street rail
way companies who have to pay high
licenses and which . contribute much
toward the.city and state revenue.
The ordinances . which has been
proposed. and which has passed first
reading seems to cover the situation
pretty well. The city attorney has
.occured conies of ordinances of num
erous, other cities and after studying j
them,'has. framed one for the city of
Anderson.. . ?? . ' '
'Section 2 of tho ordinances speci
fies'what kind of machines aro to bc
termed ."jitneys" and include ^self
propelled vehicles engaged in car- j
rylug passengers for hire to and from j
any : point or the city of Anderson, or j
from a point in thc city of Andersen
to-pr fromv a point - outside ot t*.'e
'.'city for a. specified fare, provided
that automobiles used .as private
cars, ambulances, hotel or railroad
buses-, '/operating from specified
stands upon the public st ree tn or from
a garage upon telephone call, and
which have-no specified routes ?.' ot
I travel, vdt ti or without rates fixed
I by ordinances, shall not .be construed
Other sections of the Ordinance, re
quire that the owners/. / * utr? ...' li
censes to' operate which T/ill bo *.
per seat and based on tho seating
icopaclty.-.ot-.the.aj>acj?ine;^ that, tho jit-^
n'eys ? operate * f certain . routes?/, n?^r
Bpbclflftd ' fares And schedules, which1
when -operated over streets 'used ' by j
any of the street railway shall be'
identical with those provided by or-1
dinances regulating street carers/that
schedule be maintained from 7 a. m.
ko. lo.p.. m.-, of each day and at- no |
greater intervale than 30. minutes?
bond of $5,000. must be filed with
city clerk itor the. operation of one
titney and^$?J500 for each addltiono
jthat drivers must be over 18 years of
ugo; cte. ry*-:
; The. ordinance also provides on n
penalty a floe not exceeding HOP or
Imprisonment riot, exceeding 30 days.
li ' T. - -.: ?'- - - '??-:
% COMING AND GOING |
1 ^Mi?? Katheloen Lee, teacher ot
Anderson uopliege. in the domestic
science j department, arid MIBS -Mar?
joiio Cleary; instructor in expression
arid gymnasium," left yesterday. ;for
their "hoipea, tho former going "to
Knoxville, ..Tear?.> and the latter to
Montclair, ?,V.J.: , .
? .Tho ^ev^I. ?l .Wallace or Seneca j
a:n?amese; vUltor .yesterday^
I i Mr, KV ? Nowell" of Monroe, Ga.,
is vial tips ibis, daughter, Mrs. D. 8/
Tjaylor. in North : Anderson.
^- Miss Edna Myer's of Atlanta, for
merly;; ^.Anderson, spent last night
-v.Ith .Misa aC?rr?o McCu?n and M!*a.j
llosa '.Lee Debor ry. .
: i,tr.. and. Mrs. Aifehloy Drlgg3 aod
[^It^e - son haye returned; to Qrteen
LvlUora^te^spending ~ ? few days: t?
. Dr. J. P. Trowbridge has prir
ch a sed. a new Maxwell'automobile.
-tY?K-'-?sW-aolItttdV1' bf C?reenvl?lo |
si^t yeaierd^ -
B. M.-'Boaty or< Iva-- was^a/i
Visitor in ?'. the 4clty^e^rday.
jvfa&r? ^Jj?j^JJ^6 ".
Pa^?jPWnk M?oW^of Jv*? r'
J. Arthur Banks end family-and ;
- - a :B^?a>??r<;lpr?a?to,fcs?? ?'-j.
\ . lmproV.en*eatr ? -?ftfco
" . .. ^^a^rw^^ua att
commencement- e?erntaea* ??.~., -
"Vim*^z?>fxmiw i - afterlee
?o?ai the at?i<*? itt?ta? etty. r ???
. -it wa? not oar ist^&??-^ *P?na
tho night here,'' explained-. Wi -Haz
jtfee, "but as we wore. ooriaWerabi?
uetay?d on accouot ot il??*bic rain
agnail storm, aa? AfMerso?^ to -> ii*
RIVI/ ?rrer sitr. '"??aa**
#f^'t!it>:AG^i)i!i .'-and -alt
we-teillts visitor*io Tho Intell?geac?fi
o??leo : '.'?'.
Tribe IB the!
Pitcairn leland, Belonging to Grs.ii
. Britain, Ka? en Area of Two Square
j Miles-Fir?t Settled tn 17B0 by Mom
' ber? of Ship Creyv Who Had Mutinied. \
Tw/onty-oix Persons Started Tribe,
Mi.;,-: Kmlly McCoy, a.graduate uuroe,
who/ bas lived In Bridgeport, Conn.,
elghtvyears, will sturt within a few
weekB for Pitcairn island, in tho mid*
eastern ?aclflc ocean, who io ?bo es
pecie-lu" time to be chosen as queeuto
Emceed her ?iiL?>:r, v.bo hos been ruler
bf the little kingdom of'105 souls for
many years. ? , <
She ls going buck to ber people v.-i th
twentieth centuryidenu aud mu ny phi nu,
oue of which is 'the determination to
practice the art of bealing umoug the
inhabitants, to ' whom physiclaus.
uursca mul dentists have never beeu
known : ince tile Island was colonized
by ttnttSneenrlSQ years ago.
Miks McCoy?lljft Pitcairn Island flt
teen years fago'by a niiesioiiury bout
following'the death of ber mother.-who
sutTered rnueh Itecnuse of want of used
leal did...8ho p>mulBed then that-she
'would not "ret?rti uiitil she equipped
herself ns ? physician ?ind nurse lu or
aler to be able |o minister to tbe'pbys
Ical wanta of the people of tho island
on which she vyns born.. She studied
medicine, hud dentistry ut Sumoa. and
since she ha's been iii ibis country alio,
bau thoroughly pcmlpped" herself lu tho
science'of nursthg. She believes t but
sbc is' qualified, to do n mighty work
of mercy ninan!; those she loves.
.:' Wflll Take a piano,
JSlis^ McCdV v^ill takd'ttlth her.?
tua nb. "With the exceptlou of un organ
which Queen Victoria govo co the Pl t
enirn islaudere in 1870 tbo piano, she
?sys, will bo the only musical instru
ment on the island. . . !..
Inasmuch nu the Pitcairn women nre
lu. tha;.nu\i?rj^'jiha women have, jmo
.vote Ss welles niepi there'doesn't seem
to bo cuy'doubt Mt Miss McCoy will
lu' time be called" upon tn step into' her j
lather's Shoes as the i uh r Tho ruler
,j Sbjpa seldom gi^ to' Pitcairn island,
iaml l^s.j4oCp?.hMS,beeJi ngurlng for '
.eight years Just how to get homo. The
opening of .thopajmma canal gives Tea
Bois a direct route to the.. Samoan ia
iands.<end<<aheV|a confident- that oho
will Lo abie io ?oooptete ?he trip wi th
out much di?k-ulty. 7? ^ 1 *\v
Pitcairn Inland belongs lo Groot Brit
>uin.: It'ilea south', bf'the- Paumotu ar
chipelago and ls u hundred miles from
tho nearest member of ibis group. It
bflVun. area of cw>0-square nil lea. Tho
island' woe settled ut 1790 bf mem
bers' of the oiv-v.- of the ship Bo?uty.
itfb? hud mutinied'.' l?oiu?edby Fetcher
Christian; who- led'th? mutineers, eight
white men. six Polynesian men mm
twelve Polynesian 'women took posses
sion of the beautiful Island and burned
tho Bounty. Alexander Smith waa tho
only man hilve by 1800. Ile later took
the name-of Alexander J.ohn Adams
mid trained tho youths who were' left
In his charge. '. ' r ::. . :
tte was succeeded after bis death. In
;IS^ by George H??? Nobbs, who was
appointed padtor. In 1S31 Joshua HUI,
?n'j.adveuturer, appeared at Pitcairn
and, making u bluff tUat.be was ? gov
ernment usent, ty.ruimir.ed over thc- ia
landers ?nUI.,a,Br).Wl|-'ttiAh-orrwar put
him out of business in 1888.
'.'. Tim lida udora ', are closely Intermar
ried and have, it is ?aid, but five, family
nurnoo.-., A)\ speak, a u d write English
and aro Seventh BsyAdventist?., QS#y
have no money, nod. Intoxication h; un
Unowu.....GIrl3 over fovea teen cnn vote.
Sliipso rarely Visit Pitcairn except
when/ the erows.hretn need or vbgetn
I $0t? ?M ft?? ?ODW?OTHE?t.
Belgian .Soldier Writes Burgomaster
"* '"^jSrSehcl, Ari?ina^rsrr Ope,
V Mayor Mitchel of ;New York has rec
calved" the following -communication
from a Belgian soldier in teni ed in Hol
land; . tm;.
To tho j3ursornaDtor of tho City Of NOW
?ir-Al, thc UnderSiirafsS,'.';C Lo rr it nier.
! uJartcnnaatcr, have -jhe henov of wrtf
5ng you ?hta letter io ,tn?,you,.tn be eo
j hind OB to glv? me the following Informal
'.* I?f*h?r*<nt?t ?nton??#e:ipretty girls of
Fourth E*lBltin Lancera.
Camp. 3, Z^-l?oUapdV.
way to obtab> the inform?t
o bis istter p?b^ vi
t the mns??'jn.xiffliso fAinjli*^ w?rS
U??iWr inatt?? oppoDd^ to the leUcr
ihe Allowing indueei
dona dnrtriii'-' the '
1 ?i-t^^i^'-l?^k'it?^-m ?enteceas*?
. Patent I*?ftther Tles.fc
necia,, welt soie that i
Worth $3.50, on salo h<
. Patent Learther<; Mary
Girls. Very low heels
On salo here for ... ...
White canvas rubber"
Pufjps, for girls, plain
with black und black
white, $2.00 values herc
Ono lot sample Oxfo
Patent Leather, ?uns?M
worth S3.G?, $4.00, .*B;OI
salo hero for ... ..'. .
? : '
For Infants and ChUdrcQ
Irs Uso ForOyer30 Years
Signo toro of
!>;?.. v. ?'
MI M Y BACK ?
of Many a Kidney J
Sufferer tn Anderson
A stubborn bpekacho is cause to sus
pect kidney trouble. When the kid?;
noys are inflamed and swollen stoop
Lng bringt* a . sharp twinge in the
small Ute back' that almost takes the
breath away. iDoan'a Kidney Pills re
vive sluggish kidneys -relieve aching
backa. Here's Anderson proof. .
[ Mrs. Mi Taylor, 228 McCutly St.,
Anderson, tuyn: "I had a fall when
I was a child and'lt weakened ray
j kidneys. . After that I suffered from
[ constant pain in the small ot my
back. ' I was nervous/ languid .and
(dizzy and my kidneys acted irregu
larly. 7 read how others had boen
h'o?oflttcd by Dean's kidney pills; and
II got some. . The first, few doses re
tiuVdd a>3 and ono. obx fixed'jue up
In fine nh apo."
j Price ROc, at oil dealers. Don't
Simply:. ask for a kidney reniiedy-^
ge* Doa;t'a Kidney Pills-the same"
that Mrs. Taylor had. Fostor-Mllburh
Co., Props., Buffalo, N, Y, .
IF WM |0?li|
jE?? ben Meat &rij Take Salt, far
. Jric acid In meat excites tho Lidneys,
^a?yjhecomo overworked; get. sluggish,
s^S/.end feel like lumps af lead. The'
urino becomes cloudy ; tho bladder ix
irritated, end you may bo obliged to
leek relief two ; or three times during
the night. When til? kldnoyB cleg you
outfit help them i flush oft .the, body's
prlnous waste or youl! he a roar Sick
person. Shortly.V Af firat you feel n
dull ous^ry; ia the kidney region, y du
suffer, from backache, elck headache,
dlciincsti.: stomach geto sour, tongue
?oaten on ? yon Kel rh o uta a tlc twinge?
CSK^SB' meat, drink lota of hot1 wa-'.
}er;.alBo get frpm rm ? p|)|H?^?ik|.
oar ounces ofjfi?.SsU?; takein tAbic-\
spodnfcl In a glass of. water bofo
breakfast for ? l^w.e^ys.?ii?^yt?i?r'ki
ne?tfl. wltl ihpn m?t rtri?? Th tc fsmn
nitt? will?? then aetrh?e. . Thts? fa
?alts to made from tho acid o! grap;
and lemon Julee, combined with lfthl
and hoe *ef0. *sed for generations I
lean clogged kJ&tfjW sad -stimula
?n to. normal ac tl v Ity, o 1 BO to. nfiu- j
ixe the, acids in. urine, so. i.tj no.]
leakey If ?v?ource ot Irritation, thus
ending bladder > wsakno*s..
I jr?d^Soitela;inex?e^v*ro??ttO^ ti?
iuma>watcr arum- which Everyone
should take now aa\i! then to koop Abc I
kidneys ci eon end, active. Druggists
\ttMkr%i^'?Miity M Jad, mt*to
folks who hellte th ovsrcb?* ?%-/SsfAv,
ajtyv^^t^ .whUe h?: ls esk trouble.
You are alway? able to find
at lbw at ere that ore worth white'
shelf worri gooda.
' ; $ - . ,
People tellaa almost daily oar S
more eritwfaction for the money than any other
ir Ladiecu Cuban
3 very flexible,
sre for. . .,.$2.45
White Canvas Rubber Sole Oxford a
^|pfim, wltb bool, worth $2.00, ^;?sM
Jane.Pumps for ?Patent. Loather Mary Jano Pumps',
? Y,rn with white ncollu sole, ?letter . thaH
.. . * * -a1,00 leather and softer than rubber. $4.0tl.
values here for....$34)0
for. .... ..LW
Tan Barefoot Su\idals for boys and
girls, soft mid flexible. All Bbtes up
to 2. Price $1.00. Small sises . < v 85c
rds for men in
otal abd Tans-* One lot hand-turucd Paient Leather
J and $0.00 O? Pumita with Cuban bee), $3.00 value, hero
.?? .V$S?? for .,.?. . . g.?l.$5
Son H?? &Hj?m
?i4 Pieces 4o and 45 beb .White Flaxon, sold regularly..at
I most stores at 25c and some ask 35c for it, our
...Specialbargain price, the yard .. .. .. ......
i No. t5o Niagara Maid Silk Gloves,*^ extra quality double j
tipped, two clasp ,Silk Glove-white and black stitching1^ or <
4 black with white stitching, and in plain colors- -g*~jtt$??$
"sizesatthepair.- .. ... .'. .OV.v;.
i ?. >. '.'(, *->' Sm
'. *V?. mm
too Dozen Cannon Mills Blue Bordered Huck Towels,;-size
c ? . . <v;? . . . .
or $1.00 per Dozen
21 X 40 Extra Heavy Bleached Huck Towels,
'at the pair .
. 24 x 45 Extra Heavy filled Bleached Huck Towels, a,Sp?c
ulai 5oc/vaiue, Special for Wednesday at, ;
swi&y'. ? . or $2.40 per Crow'
Thc/diff?rence is saved by our buying from the niiH? r.k1
i saving jobbers profits of 20 per cent:.. ....".-.v,;"':.'.
Make y0.ii'?r fouB?att?ii;'of/ji?r?n^-;b)tis?rt_e?s stire by the liberal use .
of DaHy lh??l?iger?cer space. Your'sd* will be in the go?(J;?56r?>- '
fr; 4*+.?M4\jy?f ^??ii^Ajfc?a^Ij??A ,t?tS?aili?iiA??^JlHft -Af1 fck- Art.!^'*^',?Aw* **??:-L T,:~
r' :-'^r:V . i,v . - >. - ?' .'' '?. ''''? '-'i
_ V- " /?_.iL... . . _..U.V.?i ...?1!. J..H1.. .-? <?.*. ^ . ?.. . . I. ..
tt telHgWifferJa C9?un>ns,.
?se of The lt>- ,