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MRS. M. J. BEI ERS, OF GREEN.
VILLE," TELLS OF H?SR
*\MS REAL MISERABLE"
Widow of Prominent Greenville
Man Telia of Quick and Re- ?
markable Aid. Taniac
' . V... QQV? >
With hundreds of Greenville citi
zens, to mention tho Greenville post
OfllCE ?5 'm ur ?UK ni iiiimi mu; ur i?urO
of tho many pleasant stories-stories
that ware original arid entertain
ing-with which Ute late M. J. BePurs
' "entertained, his multitude of. frieiis.
Mr. Bolero was for eighteen (18)
years clerk at the general delivery
window at tho Greenville post office,
said his widow Mrs. M. J- Boiers,
in a highly lntorestio? story that
should create wonderful impression.
Mrs. Belora was'interviewed at her
pleasant home at 725* Augusta, street.
Generally during her life she has been
a strong and vigorous woman, her
. statement Indicated, but of recent
months she had declined in'health;
Fortunately it might' t>e considered,
she was enabled to o'.mbat this rip:
parant decline successfully. Though
she was in a "mlsoraWe" condition,
j 3he . war. relieved of lier trouble ; by
1 juBt two bottloi' of Talac, the won
derful new remedy which- has taken
Greenville by storm, according to her
, statement. Mrs. Beiers' ; statement
follows, and should be of particular
^suffered, from a natural break
down, and pams iii h?y . back and
limbo troubled me a great deal and
tended to aggrevate my condition. I
felt;tyred:and worn out all tho time.
. was. really mlsorablo, so badly did
I feel. My serves gave mb much
trouble, especially at night I could
not sloop Well.
j "In addition .to all these.. troubloB;
, 1 bad : indigestion of u;veryhad forth;
This trouble would pain me so much
that T. would nearly ,'dle. It seemed
? that nearly everything I ate would
give me indigestion. It. waa . very
painful. It was .'dreadful. ... 1 : *
'"My daughter read thai testimon
ial tolling of the great relief various;
persons had received from;. Taniac,
and I decided to take ft I am cer
thinly glad l did, and I don't, mind
telling yptt wjjy. ., .
My fell?t through tho use or Tan?
las waa: I gained, weight .rapidly,, qnd
?hynerves were rollovcd and streng
thened. I began to sleep well, ahn"
\ fciy appetitoiraproved. Thp Taniac
regulated nay system.
I/felt generally better ofter 1
had taken thc first bottle, and so i
bought the second. I can recoin
x . mend Taniac. ' Tho reason I; recoin-.
. mend lt is because-1 hrtov? it helped
mo and I think lt ls a poad medicine,
for those suffering os I did."
S Taniac, ?he master medicine, is sold
exclusively in Anderson by KvanB'
Tile idc??? ?desm?n is the Want
Ad; direct in method--convine
. -&g in argument-and reaching
hundreds of customers in one
day's work. .
for fORSS Cairs
Has capacity of seven
passengers. x^Iigly; grade
^Mppnablo prices. We aleo.
make commercial bodies,
and jitneys to flt tiny inalco
car. Write for illastrat??ns
and prices. ? \:ri:: :-x
The Btiggy Co.,
i JFor '?IfcinS?kcd rag:* i*i.?q
p?f-hun?tei!. ; ' '
for c?0. dry bones.SOC per J
For mixe4. ?wn 2pc pet
seaaetog |5<reW Mea*-/BfiMj;
RYAN'S PART AT
Will He Play Great Role as He
Has Bone In tye Past?
WON HIS FAME IN 1896.
With Only Fifteon Minutes Allotted
Miro Ho Swept Gathering Qff Itt!
Feet and Continued For Forty Min
; uUt-One of th? Mott Thrilling of |
What part will William Jennings I
Bryon pluy in tho Democratic conven-1
ties in St Louis?' Tills question pre
sents one of tho most interesting fes
tores of thT gathcriu-r H~ te nn
avowed puclflst; Wilson is in favor of]
preparedness. Will tho peerless, lead
er support tho administration br not? I
These are questions that only act lunn ?
Thero lu no doubt tbtit Bryau bas
tremendous influeuco tu the Democrat
lo-party. He ?B accredited, with being
respousible for Wilson's nomination at
Bal'Jiuoie.";' In this couuectldn it is In
teresting to remember how Bryau ob-1
fained such lufluence in tho party.
When the Democrats went to Chica
go in 180? the choice of a preHdeutlal
candidate was a matter of secondary
importance. The one big question be
fore the party wus free silver. In1
.lune the Republicans hud declared for
"sound money" and. had chosen Wil
liam McKinley as their leader. A big
and powerful whig of the Democratic
party was just aa unalterably opposed
to free silver. But the south.'aud'tho
weat thought they had discovered lu
bimetallism a panacea for all ills, and
they threw themselves iuto the fight
with thc fanaticism of religious cru
saders. The convention toa!; pince in
Tho silv?rit?s were in absolute con
trol. Led by 8enator- Stoner "?* Mis
souri, they were more than twice as
.strong ns the gold Democrats under
. the leadership of David.B.- Hill.
But.in all the pages.nud pagcu of dis
batches^ which poured into the news
paper offices before the convention as
/ semblad thero was in tbe'gosslp about
-candidates no mention br the uamo of
rayon. , He wa.?, unknown.
Hill himself had been up, amt merely j
one night, bpt several. He WUK a fight
er and had ?OO other good fighters at
his side.. But the sUvcr machine rolled
over them all end left tbenv.flat. > Hill's
speech.^asanswered Qrr.t .by Tillman,
sporting a silver pitchfork pud indulge
' lng, hi n harangue so fierce, rt nd uncoh>
trolled-that tho galleries became dis-J
\ orderly and were threatened with ex- j
I Several other delegates followed Tin-1
man, aud'theil, with the time sched
uled for discussion almost exhausted, j
. Senator Jones called his lust sneaker. |
it is.said that Joues bud chosen Till
man,' Altgeld and Bryan to speak for
bl? amendment und tliat the first two
bad used up ull but tifteen minutes ot
tho allotted time. Tho remaining quar
ter of un hour veal|y-belonged to Jones,
j ?ut ht? yielded it to Bryau.
. 8pcech to Gallery G?da.
Tlie speech that followed has been
called "the greatest ever delivered. t.o
the gallery gods." He started with an
.allowance of fifteen minutes. He talk
ed Tor forty minutes. . Tillman and the
other speakers' except Hill had been
Interrupted by cries of "Time, .time!"
But tho ouly breaks lu. the Bryon ova
tion -came Wbeu roars bf uncontrollable |
applause burst forth.
rw? are clad in the armor of a
^righteous cause," declared tho, orator.
And such wus the power of bis ela;
q?euce that they saw. him; Jiu elicit
armor Instead of in tho wrinkled coat
and baggy trousers. "Old leader? have
been- cast ii'dde^and new leaders have
sprung up. The farmer Is nu much a
business mau aa- the stock gamblers
I cn .the board of" trade. ; The : miner. li
f.a^.'m?ch a business mau as the few
lina ne! ai magnates who la a backroom
comer tlio money ot tho world.
' "When tyi a?? -nsKec why w? ?ay ?hole
'about the money question thap about t..6
.tariff we rf.ply. that -If protection has slain
ita thousand* t h ? sola. ct und ard. bas ?Iaht
tens or thousands. ,^They tell .us tba
Issuance-of pi? per money ls the-function
ot banka and J?iairthe Government, ought
to go out or thc ba?l??ia bUBinosa. I ea?
thu liiua of Riuuny la A. function ;0f ' the
government and that tho ?tsinks; ought tor
?. go out ot the govonvln? business,
. ; . f'The nia.-?: Who .used to boost that he
Oohs like Napoleon, shuddero today when
he, thinks that.'bo wo:n?intriated on tho
I?i'nhlvereary-' Of - tho. hattie of - Waterloo;
iiSk"vtienfancy that ne ' hears ut tho dts
tane? tba sound ot tho waves on *tt$gbmb
ly shore or St. Helena.,
"you.tell us J?6,cities Sr*-in .favor of
the gold standard. Awl 1 say burn doHvn
yopr cMos And leave our farma and your
chtia will jrow; cg-iilm Sut desi roy.-'o?r
farrtin '-hod tho eroaa wilt- ^?row in' th e
nation la able to l?telnto for 118 own.'uco
I The aid or e?flseiik -or <my o?.er nation
'fp?&'-tn.'<?"rty. .,*va*yV/*Iwt?s.- ?tatos la t
. .of/?aWchaseiMr ?aor the ?ate; of Now
' by saying that people ol thees? mates
ir? our -.helpless Impotency fis a 'Aa;
n to atten^ to our own basbieso. '?
jt they : airo to come out Ma
d?fend th* feo?d btaUfJ4rd
" we aha? ? tight thom to Uio :
behind, us, ibe: pr^dotti
nn?oK ijunfl th* -worfd
.. aa the e^minsVclal .In
laborings iKicrssttt ?ni th* jsfl
-a shall answer thrlr de
.apdattl't&y saying, id
.. A .pireS?' doiVn upon the
...la crown of thorn?v';^rail
tusk' Ksrt#&p ^nti?rtr?Bd ; njio?;;*Ven^?
HOW UNCLE. SAM HELPS
NATION'S BUSINESS MEN
Pratt Point? to Largo Orders. Obtained
Through American Aponte.
"I hope that tho present prosperity
which weare experiencing in the Unit
ed States will not blind you lo thc. Im
porteure of foreign trade." said -Dr.
Edward'Kwlug Trott, chief of the bu
reau of ' foreign and domestic com
merc?, In nn address before, the Busi
ness Men's league of Kt. Louis Friday.
Moy 20. "We lu the United States
must. nut get the idea that forelg
iradif will como to us without our see
lng it, nor must we get the Idea tin
we cati afford, to devote ourselves ex
elusively to Jhe increasing n mount of j
domestic business uud forget eutlrely
Dr. Pratt's address was coucerued
principally with tho importance of for
eign trade and with tho assistance his
bureau ls In a position to render te
if?f American'who la selling or wants
to .sell goods lu forelgu countries. To
prove the practical nature of the serv
ice rendered to exporters by the bu
reau numerous examples of actual re
suits were cited, ranging from a $1.
50? order for road machinery to orderp |
that run into millions of dollars, iu
eluding textile machinery for the Chi
nese government, dour for Turkey and
hydroplanes, for Spain. Th?se orders
came'to thc American exporters as a
direct result of the activities of thc
bureuu and UH representatives lu for:
elgn count rle".
"The bureau ot foreign and domestic
commerce," said the speaker, '.should
be Judged .by Its deeds. If wo ure not
accomplishing detlnite. practical busi
ness results-it is time thu bureau were
. discontinued. If. on . the ..other hand.
? we are ?v?ompu?hiiur definite, concrete
' business results- it la time the work
were enlarged und that even greater
efforts were made by the goverunieut
to, promote our trade in foreign coun
tries/' ? .. \ - ; , ,
NEW YORK 18 GREATEST P?RT.
. New? York^ now leads-pi| ot??,t pp?ti
of? the w'orld'ih't?mmcrte^^'?table
.Just ' pubUshcd? In the "Startstleui Ab
stractor the United States, I0ic."cora
piled lu the bureau of foreign aud^lp- j
mestic commerc?; departmout of. conj
moree, credits New York-, with hu ag
gregate foreign Undo or ?G42?.O()i>.000. |
which exceeds by 82(H),00O.O0t) the com
merce of London, now second In rnuk.
The following table, condensed from
a mord extended one uppparihg In the
?tatLstic.nl'abstract, shuws the imports
and exporta of the leudlnp. ports of thc
woVld in the' latest available year?
" Import?. Export?
(Mintons of.?louai* j
-Kew York1 ?1.0 '- 1,1?.*;
London ii?i. i.nzi ?ot
.Hsiirjburc ,. 1.034.3 , S1T.3
Antwerp ,..........j.,,- Ci?.:!. CSS.'
gvcrj)ool .,...." ??.0 835.0
Bremen* ......... 370.0 ai.i
i-Calcutta....?..AV..%. W3> - ? W7.<
Bombay .: 5JU2.8 ?8.4
Buenos Aire* HX>.8 140.4
.' Nfew Orleans'. V>.7 . tra|
Montlea!. 'Ul-i . ?19.S
Boston.i.?&2.7 . -107.1
The now ::tati:Ulcal nb.itmci contains
-".ip. ; pages or statistics concemlug
America"? industries, ..agriculture, la
nor, transportation, commerce, tluances.
army and navy. etc...and forelgu com
merce- and nuance:.. AH ligures .are j
the ;yery latest available. ,
PETROLEUM AS ENGINE FUEL.
Figures just-;nwd? ?mbilc by' tb:?
United l&'ates ' geological ' Surv?jr dis
close ? marked Increase in the use of
pct rolen m ns u locomotive fuel by -tue
mliroads? er; thc United State:? tu 11)16.:
Tho data ut bimi show that, the ?pian
'Kfij^pr'.'oll fuel so.eousumed'JI^-I^Biir
"-'>tfiliif^3?I;tH8.'lB^iiVlM'?r?l?v an incr?rtrt? of
?CDS?.&W, nerreis. or .18 per cent, over
the similar coarompchm iii 5ibi4? Thu
luerenye 'la. asctllied. tc tho .rct?ij?tfF:
?\6y^:T^<^^tpyM\i?s fdr f?cI.^iTS?;
of oil ?tiringjta?Li^^ yf?r nnd ? bair
^?^jesul? of .the iue^?eit production
of-?owf.iiiradljvclrude. tn,the gui?.vpa.Ht
states und in M?xico <iu>t of tb? ting j
} inentert; output of uu?tobTbr^re^^u?i?j
ex?saing nunaner lnv oklahoma .and
? The; total distance covered by oil j
^iS^1^^ Vjydmotlvcji In : 1015/pips .j
. 255,525 uilbs. ?nd the ?vern gb distance j
covered ?.ter barral of ell fuel consumed j
waa ?4J? miles. tUl fue? i? now u&ed to
??orne extent. o$'yi^; rnUrcada lu the j
?nltr-d States, luiviag track? in twett-,
ty-ene states, i (??? f
mjfot?mw+ip EMBARGO LIBY.
. AtV* embargo ?a*^t>ce*S;;; ptoced 'on
^i?^^-^^-'^it?i^>and :on< platinum
-en^pi?^oca vasts fay KorWt^, ?aye
?^^bMt?^potu-- ^-' ? ??'i* -
OFFICER S ST?RY
OF TRENCH FIGHT
French Lieutanant Describas
Intense Struggle Near Verdun.
KEW MACHINE GUN DEADLY.
Ons Group After Another Ruohca Up to
Citar German Trench That Mena?ai
Dsfandars' Liria - Few Prisoners
Taken In Terrific Fighting, as Mott
of Enemy Ara Killed.
The German drlvo for Verdun has
passed now into" & regular ebb uud
flow or podtlon wnrfare lu which lo?
cal advances aro the reward of Indi
vidual UOBU und- initiative, says oue
correspondent ct tho front. '
' In this fighting the Preuch make un
exampled use of tho mitrailleuse,
which is by general cousent the dead
liest of wcupous in nil - this war of
slaughter end originally of .French con.
trivauce. Tho gnu: ls particularly em
ployed in local -alincka, nod ibo uc
count Hurt follows...maj'- be taken ns
typical of the, present French methods
of procedure before verdhu. '.. ,- , V
Tho, point at !arkctl wu's a section of"
a German trench forming a salient on
tho northern Blopes of the western
spur of hil] 304. and commanding thc
iavila; 'between tho bill sud Lc Mort
Homme, atong which the Germans
vainly tried to forco boroo ft mossed
assault. This description ls given inc
by ibo lieutenant commanding the at
tacking compnuy, to whom u-bullet
through tho lett forearm seemed an in
finitesimal price tu pay for the first oc
casion he bad led French soldiers to.
"About 1 o'clock this morning the fire
of n battery of .'seventy-fives . was di
rected against converging , German
? trenches, which form?,! u, V\_jr 'tut
forty yard? in front of .?tye FrencL Po
sition. For two\houv$vthe/'hundred
yard sides of th?^sallep^wcrc envelop
ed In an eruption of flame and smoko
until tho " flrat light of >dawb showed
tho German wire entanglements, toni
to lihlwno. At half psst 8 o'clock four
mitrailleuse seellbua bogan creeping
forward iii groups bf five,-dragging tho
new light mitrailleuses/ which are
especially, suitably for,anea'wo?k-.Each
group 'nlmetl ht preaching tho' V point
angle, fro-.? .which' .they t'ould enfilade
beth section's bf tho Gerhian trench: ,'
"Sheltered by" the nmok?' bf, bom
bardment and. taking advantage or the |
shell, holen hud', undulations , of the I
"ground. they n^flCijair hrogrcsa, tthen
feuddouly on? of tho heavy German
shells landed, full oh n bole where the
fbreraqat gr?tt?? were" crouching. The
result was .t hut horrible fragments of
torn ,?esh uud -spl?ntc?ed' steel were
scattered over the.Hr comrades walting
In tho French trench.
"The eecohd gro|h> .v?^VlHtie;luckfcr.
for a German sentry^lii, hu armored
turrot shot three dead and' wounded
thc fdurlh'.lie-fbre h w'ell aimed' shell
reduced kim to silence.
Third Section Successful, j, '^
"The third. section-had better fpr?
tune, and ns thc < uunonhde died uvray
Into sudden silence, Uko n shuck ibero
began a rat-a-tat, like tho explosion of
engines of distaut niotorcyclea from a
crest of.earth thioWiv up. by n burst;
lng-shell, a scant Uvo.ynrdB, iii frpn?.
of tile Y pant, .wbj?h showed that
lt lind placed lt? weanott'-ip position.
>'The remaining group managed to
reach a vantage points whence they
could-partially sweep tho ?thor trench,
but only after u furious baud to band
fight W|th ?n alert Gorman patrol.
This diversion provbht'o'i their getting
fniiiicieniiy near, hnd-.'ghey -wxire soon
forced to. cease'filing by the advance
bf our charging soldlern,
i *^Thb latter cpruhg ;forwanl lu tw'i^
linea, one against: each : Bide bf the
salient On thc left, whore th? mitrail
leuse nt ibo y point onflkided. the
trench, tho tank: was'.e'asy. They paus
ed awhile on tho. brink. of . the trench,
v. ?VTbe Garmaus bajl the choice of dy
lng in their nhelter^ or coming ont to
meet a storm of bullets. Some. witt,
lowed in the mud nt tue bottom ol'
the trench to let tktr.deatb. stream ?wm*
bier thom' and escaped for a, moment,
only to die later by^ boym?ei.v.of our
Infantry. Ot?cr? trUj^ yainiy to climb
.?he steep trench waite. '.Of the 1"J0 de
fouders-onjy two or. .throe, wounded
survived tb;'beebme hrisbuers whi?u we
finally occupied the. poalliou.
i'Then; the nilrrai$lebses,r now reduc
ed to three, were.turned against the
fight eldo of tho salient., where JU des
perate battle with ?ronudeji WOB pro
greasing; Th?on?iay ?fell dying updejr
itbe$aden hail.: > :<.,.,
"Suddenly > the ; /raj*! at'.-vceased,. ?a
?^o o???certJ of tho udtralllcuse groans
perceived o t^nch-Koldler. uolder tha?
\iV&ifellbwe,who. had hurlc-a himself
With'??hie.'bayonet In^o tlh? trench.. In
.'giant!?. .: h?? grasped lue .situation ?nd
sbonted: 'ContlunO' *)rfnff> ? Never mind
.'.. ' .;':v->' wJuH
'The rat-a-tat t$gftji'vs?oln. : and he
i*U dead amid a' heap of tho enemy.
Then the mitrailleuses.; became silent
uud our'infantry- leaped '.- $ntb. the
trench, bayoneting the remaining sur
ov?vora br .hurling gr?oafl Into a few
"d?*P shelters, where .a few might bo
,|arking.r Q. \ . .?. ; . ' . ;. ;.,
' Nciea Heard;'18? WtfsV
Th? sound bf tba fceitvy guns, tn the
tood^nian made ?f?is?tnt* the world
s-|ig?-4B*er/?a?lown. Vitras b'bar?"at''^ta.'
;wfth t^Wdowli sauL, v\ ;
,1, 11 , , H|IIIIIIII1?M1I)I , ? M JJJU
A f?NE SINGING
AT BRUSHY CREEK
Mountain Spring? Church Gather
ing Proved Big Event
(Special to The Intelligencer.)
Brushy Creek, June 8.-Married
Sunday. June 'th, at Mountain
Springs, Afr. But'h McGee and Miss
Etile Hembrce. Tho Rev. H. C.
Martin performed the ceremony Mr.
McGee is the sou of Mr. W. D. Mc
Gee of Piedmont, and MlS9 Hembreo
is the daughter of Mr. J. B. Hom
bree of the same place and both are
very popular among the young peo
ple in Piedmont. Their wedding
was a delightful surpriso to their
many friends who wish for them a
long and happy lifo.
The singing at Mountain Springs
Sunday as ono of the best ever held
in this section'. About 9 o'clock the
people began to gather In froni all
direction?:, some coming os tar as
forty mU*9 and hy io o'clock tua
church and yard were full. Quite a
number of tho boat.qlngera In An
derson, Greenville and ' Plckcna
counties were present, among them
being Professors McKinney aud Mit
chell of Anderson, Leslie, Bogga,
? Chapman, Smith end Crews of Pas
ley; Hughos and Bryson of William
nton; Barnett of Liberty, Bagwell
i and Looper of Plckcns, tho Bishop
I qunrtett of Piedmont. Profs. Huff,
! Garrott and Merritt of Piedmont, al
so, tho Vaughn ' quartott No. 2 qi
I Pickens aiid quito a number of local
? Bingera too numerous to . mention.
?Quite a number of different instru
I menta wera present and greatly
assisted in the music.
Tho two quartettes deserves opce
; tal mention.. Quite a lot ot good
I songs wore sung before the nobu
j hour, each professor singing, two and
! then tho congregation ? assembled un
der -.tko trc?B around the spring and
tried to dispose of, tho many bnsketa
of dinner which were prepared and
brought ont by tho ladles ot -Moun
tain Springs', after an hour of eating
and drinking of the famous Mountain
Springs water , the crow'd reassembled
in tho church whero two hours were
?spent, in singing quito a lot of good
songs, among them being some touch?
lng duetts end solos. The order,
cqnsidorlng the extra large crowd,
was tho very best, aud everybody
seomdd to enjoy the day. Several re
marked that the singing was1 the
best they ever heard Prof. Wig'
ington is to be congratulated upon
the excellent program which he had
arranged and carried out during tho
Among the visitors from a distance
were Messrs. J. N. Pearman and
wife, J. B. Pelton and wife, Sheriff
Joe M. H. Ashley and wifo and.W.
H. Wlglngton, all of Anderdon.
?A, dog; that ir, thought, to. have de
veloped hydrophobia ran I amuck
I Monday, biting two small children of
Mr. W..F. Sherman, also ono of Mr.
W A. McCall's little girls The dog
was killed and Us head cut, off ami
Dent to Columbia and the report cj
the case is awaited with much an
' lia - . .. P nnn m ' ?BJ*HB
j TO The Public .*? :
"I have been UBlug Chamberlain's.
Tablets for Indigestion for the past sis
months and lt affords me'pleasure to
say X have never used a remedy that
did me ao much good."-Mru. CE.
nUey. ?Ilion, N. Y. Chamberlain's Tab
leta are obtainable everywber.
and Keep it Up
Get ttl the habit of drinking a
State of hot wntaf before
% breakfast. ' s
We're not here too long, so let's
make our stay--agreeable. Lot ue
|tvo well, eat well, djgent well, work
well. Bleep , weil, and look wei!, what
a glorious condition to attain, ant
yet, hov ?asy .it ia if one will adopt
tho morning' inside bath.
j Folk? who are accustomed to feel
dull and heavy when-.'they.arise split
ting, headache, stuffy from a coid, foul
tongue; nasty breath,, acid stomach,
can. Instead,, feel as fresh - as a daisy
hy opening' the slnuea of the system
eich morning and flushing otii the
WhOl.e of tho internal polsonoua stag
'Everyone, whether ailing, nick or
welt, ?he?id, ??ch morning before
breakfast, drink a glass ot real hot
witter with.? teaspoonful of limestone
phosphate tn it io wash from tho
eiomueh', liver and bowels tho previous
day's Indigestible was te, . BOUTi-WI*
and. poisonous toxin?; .thoa cleansing
sweetening mid v-rffytng the eutlro
allnurat?ry canal before putting moro
feed into the stomach. Tho action of
hot- irater and limestone eliosphuto on
an empty' otemacb is wouUfrrutty fn
tlfforn?ngt It cleans out nil ihn BOUT,
fermentations, gase?; waste .N?a&d\
acidity ^and give? ??e/ot a. ?piondid
appQt!te>for breakfast. vWhim y'oja are
enieyinK your broftkfa*t tho - water
and. phosphnteq ulckly is extracting
a Jftrpe Volume of water Crom ibo
blood aqd fiting ready. . for ?'. a
thorough flushing ot ell tito Inside
Th?, millions of people who oro
' othcred with ? cossiinatlon, billloua
lach trceem; other? who
skin?, 'blood , disorders
get Vi quarter pound bf limestone phos
phate froni the drag ?tore,, ' This
-"> costvery uttle; be* i?\a?iBddut
ios anyone ai pronounced crank\
,e ?ubjeet 'et::lnams-baih in g he- ;
Not a Special Saie, but a
special showing of the prettiest
Undermuslins in the city. After
you see them we feel sure you
won't mind the little prices we
ask. These garments h?ve
just been opened-fresh, clean,
crisp,, and snowy wnHeV'-^.W?;;
wish to entptiasize one of these
words-d*wR---th?y * &4 3S
clean as you'd wish to have
Ali the garments are cleverly trimmed in one way or
another. Some! with dainty laces and inse?tihgs and hand
embroidered; All new Styles, all large and roomy. Some
Novelties in. the.assortment that you haven't seen before.
m-$ws& ': ii
Gowns. Envelope Chemise, Petticoats, Teddy Bears, Corset
Covers and Drawers 80c to $3.50 ; J
If you'll come in today or this week, you'll have a b?ttfer
chance of seeing'dil these pretty things as they , really appear.
You know you don't like things all mussed up. Suppose
g a -
Any store can afford to
"splurge" once in a *?hfle and
chop its regular price?. But when
a store sell* reliable ?cocls for lees
money, day, in and..''day;,?^\^?*??';
must be a reason for it. * noire is;
The Bee Hive, hy buying from first
hands and in orfewal caa? ?std hal? j
lots, avid with its tr*mie*tdo?* ont
lct, is chis to save ste customers
from 15 pi? cent up Ho SO
cent on wanted goaua. HeJP
ore tho proofs:
Fine White Wash Cfrgandy, 36 inches wide^ome store
keepers may ask'as much as 40c yard for like O'fc** !
quality-^our price,the yard... ... :--ljv^;;^;Vv;';:A^^,
An extra fine quality Fine White Wash'Organdy, 45 inches
- wide, some would ask '$i per yaya4 for it, ?'.'??/ ;
our price; yard ... /.
4 S inch White Batiste, sheer and dainty,
one of our extra values, the yard ... .. .. . i;.
A beautiful imported White Madras, 32 inches v/ide, rn^r*
corized stripes-skittle better than you'lt find ?rfc g? - I;
elsewhere, the yard ... ... _ .. a&e-SC*
t Nw'r-ss Unen; 36 inches wide-^mado in Pickeuf county (
-?-luoks and wears like:'real linen;' Special VV )
price the yard ... . ,\ ?vv> ; ; ..
White:\ Flaxon,; 45 inches wide, / the., ?Ind usually sold
at25cand ?Se yard, our price? ~ f 'iaa*'' a
the yard,. . . ?;^W;??:;:^.^VM?>
I ? loo, P;?t^''.^h?t?' ? Krir.fcled Bed Spreads, 'sis? 72?90?'fiif t:
JV $.1,25 values, our pri?e,
v 60 Doz. Ladies' Silk and Lisle ?auze Vests',silkiap&d.: |
, usuat 25ckin^it riio^t stores, our,price, ft***?
; Each; ?.. . ? f . . . ? . . ..... i '
100 Doz^B?eached? t^uze usual "3 for a 4-?art?^
kind, pur price, ; ; ?- , J^^s