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dimple RcnicdyPromotes Health
By Overcoming Tendency
Advunclng years Imbal? tfio action
vt the vite! organs, fffl? aga 'sijqu'd
lie (he period of greatest'happiness,
hut good health ls nccssary, constipa
tion should not bo tolerated-it ls of
tan tho direct cnuso bf ilk.^alth.';
Headache, belching, bllionjuiss; bloat j
drowsiness ofter c?ti?g"^-ana*' other
symptoms o? constipation can be vr.cd
lly rollcved by the> n?e ?qfv a- simple
laxativo compound sold in drug stores
under tho nanto' >,t l>. Caldwells Sy
rup Pepsin. ^lr. J. H. Bristol,
1312 Gedrt??- Ave., Aon' Arbor, Mich,,
who is 83 years old Bays. "Dr. Cald
well's Syrup Pepsin is:the^est;Tem-;
edy 1 ever lUsed for ephEUpatlbn- and'
1 always hnvo n bottle bf it in,* the
house to? lise whett I feel the need
of it; lt never disappoints."
Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is a
mild laxativo preparation, positive In
?B effects, acting easily and naturally
without griping or other pain or dis-J
. J. ll. ?????" ;l??>L
comfort, u ( For over a quarter of a.
Century it has been the standard house
hold remedy in thousands of homes.
DribVglsts everywhere soil it for' fifty
cent3 a bottle. A trial bottle of Dr.
Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin can bo ob
tained, free of. "barge, by writing tb
Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 454 Washington
St.. Monticello, HI. . . . . .
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With universal military training this
country will not have, to depend upon
tho vagaries of a lot of potbellied con
gr?ssiriem-^Chlcago N?ws. W T *V
Spring lever is a charitable cover
lng for a multitude ot' indolence... 1
A bathing suit that shrinks every
timo it is worn may not . be' immod
est..'- ;? ??' . ; " . ? t
i Baking powder manufacturers
Ehould-auccepd In getting up into tha
J? your linens, are .laundered by us. The shirts are'nicely finished,
carefully folded and aro free from surplus starch on the body or
The collars are, ovenly shaped,, have smooth edges and feel easy
and comfortable to wear. -
The cuffs bend without breaking iii tho middle and they db not
hug your wrists too'tightly; rM- 1
'You'll like our work.' .
No question about lt
". Try us. "? ? ^ .
Anderson Stearn Laundry
. It is popular nowadays to guarantee this
or that to do certain things, providing youv
. do thia or that. . .
i :. . The bsuV land of guarantee worth-whtts va
' One which < nncondttibaally gar?ntese: y??
I coniplctc catiafcic??a or your money back.
That . is thcldnti bf guarantee under which
Youcan put VAUQURA cavour *?tnbbcr,"
Fcltj Composition or Metal tloofa, cr usa it ,
on your Farm Machinery, Implements, Boilers .
cramitixr work ansi ii it fa?s to servo to your
entire catiifaction the paint costa yea nothing.
VALBURA ?S f?maffcibl? paint It fa absolutely pure mineral asphalt:
lt docs hot contain coal tar* pitr?v ?w3nr crude oil or nimilar materia!?; it
?ever runs c? cracks.. It serves yba double the tinse of Ordinary paints. ; ..if".
v ' Wc vant to give'.you a ni interest!rig Booklet and a irca:'m?3ple' to test? to
Mr. and Mrs K. P. Smith have
leen spending the pa6? week in the
Mrs. 'Henry ?HabCnlcht of Colum
bia ia visiting ftefintstfer. Mr?. .Wal
ter Healy ob South Mainstreet,
. Mr. and Mrav G. II. f?c?ger, have
retliroed from a visit to-relatives in
Sw; Matthews. .' . ) . ' ,
.Mrs. Frank Writkhis wilt? gd tu
up*.rtanbt*rg ;toflay to vim..VOIM?VCM.
'?vii ' (JR??n ttit a Bazaar!:mtf
" Mrs. ., J. .Ii. Toivntend entertained'
ct a dc?lghtrur little affair yesterday
afternoon; dt her homo on North Mc- ,
Duffle street. -
Her guest were vthe' members of
her .cso*niSltt?ir-e?' this !a.H!ftp' Sc*
doty of the Fin;t Presbyterian-?burch
appointed by the. president ?Qr tho
bazaar to be given by1 this society j
ibis fall The wholo society haB
been divided Into five committees,
with a chatrmit? of eacnv and these
ladies are already making, elaborate
plans for the largest bazaar ever !
given in Anderson, .
Yesterdy afternoon Mrs. Towu
eua had her committee just fur ah
afternoon of planning and discussing:
different raeann and ways, and not j
only a lot of work was accomplish*
ed,.but a^very pleasant afternoon wo?
spent by theJadies. -,, ", t w.', -
.. Mr. and-:Mra., Wado Sanders k?vr
moved tee the new residence on Xorth j
Faht ttreot, next to tho Christian
church. - ?:' '
Mrs. Eva Murray, of Atlanta, Ga.,
ls visiting- hfer sister, Mrs. J. O.
Mrs. Recd Entertains. '
One bf the far^sst atid. prettiest'
parties of tho week was given- . by
Mrs. Frank Roed yesterday after
noon at her home on Greenville st.
Tables were arranged . for- auction
bridge tn the parlors and hall ' where
many beautiful sweet p?aB were- as?,
ed in profusion. The afternoon was!
an especially pleasant one, and was j
fully enjoyed by those present. Mrs.
Reed, was aBslsrted in. her-duties'-a? 1
hostoss by Mrs. Levi s Sanders, >y.e$t
Manly Watson, Misses Amelia .and]
Helen Hood', ~ ' !
. '. After ;j an interesting ; ?eeTrw? ??
games --Mrs; ?. ?Jjj Baldwin w*?s pre* ?
sented' with- a lovely basket ot sweet1
peas, 'a?: first prize: The cards bo
ld* jald aside a1 dainty sweet' coarse
waa served. ....<?' *
Tba guest for the.afternoon were:
Mesdames -L? S.- Hortor. Harlest?nj
Barton, ?. Greeaij^ Lt. eely,!
Keith- Pr?vost,. A,. G,t Pretwell, Ray-1
mon?rBej?jrr MvT?.^ Bonham,
Gllmor, Carrie; Mceully^S., R. Park
er, J> H.~ Godfrey, H. H. Harris1, C."
F. Ross, Jotm RaaL.W. E Watson.
DA. Ledbettor,-H. J. McGee, W.
F.?. Wopjes, jr. J. Baldwin, Ed Atkin
son, Frank Tedd, E. W. Taylor, D
Si; Taylor, Nardin Webb,.T. St Cray
tob, W. S. Brock. . Misses Vina Pat
rick, Carrie Fretweil, Mab Monham.
Anna. Ross Cunningham, Grace Rud
Jsuil, .Genovleve .Hunter, .Rosamond
Burdlne, Janie Hamlin,. .Louise Gjl
mcr, Bertha Ca ah in. .?.
MISB. Moltyr?' Thurston Toney will
leave> t?.|? morning1; for her- home In
Atlanta; af tm- a visit to hor nelce Misa
Georgia 1 lonea; Miss Honpa will re
tuKttwilli her /arid spend ' the week
end wUh relative? in . Atlanta.
. i Iee Cream; Festival.
? The. Ladles' Aid"'Society of , tho)
OrrvUlb, Methodist church will hold j
an ice cream festival this evening- at j
the. hall. over tho company's store at
Orrvllle, and will corve in addition to !
leo cream of all kinds, -cakes andi
other. refre?hments. Those events
aro ?lw?ya:-looked . forward ". to With
mu eli pleasure by the people in that,
community and are largely<attend
ed. ? ??iMiM,
. -'The" proceeds are-.to bc used for a
w?Hh)f ^?rpese and tho ladles have
mada CK te ns Ivo pro parn tj- 4ts to ^brtt*
vide f?t'a 'big croWd?/
Cfeeriry,- Strawberry and Peach j
People^ sre ': iearalng i tbat a littt?
bot ljb?tevo: that our. family link\
w !tHmit- Chamberlain's 'G?m^En
^fwpiaffhoeaA Remedy stace;'we
\n?nifed - keeping houseyearfc
'W?S^V^t^ o? aft' ext?ii?wl vlsi.
tafttrht'with us:" Ob??ttsabla &\
Jr '" - - "7 VTTMikmi'.^i??iA ? )fcVi'?Ti?^i j
I AT Tp (^DRfflijl
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Central Presbyterian Church.
' Siinday school at 10:15.
Morning service at 11:30; subjoci
of sermon: "Wo Call bf a People."
Evening service at 3:30; subject ot
sermott: .MWhy Did God Almighty
?;end that hali storm on UB last Tues
_ou uro cordially invited at all
times ??? wortblb' with us,
. Groen Church.
Hov. J. H; Glbboncy, rector. Phone1
Services, .for Whit Suuday, June
llth. ' ;
10:15 a. H.-Sunday Behool and
Bible claus. '... ?
11:30-Holy Eucharist and sermon
-No afternoon service on Sunday.
Friday ' June "16th, hoing the fifth'
asnivH"t&zf^yS. tie ?'?tUK'a- Or??na
tion to. the ^Priesthood there will be.'
tho following services, at Grace
church. . ?
Thuraday, 5:00 p. m. Choral Even'
Friday. 10:30 a. m.-Tho Holy Eu
Associate Reformed Presbyterian
'Sabbath school 10:30 a. m., Mr.
G. H.< Norris,- superintendent.
Let. all teachers and pupils be
promptly yresent. Bring a new pu-'
pl! with' you and thereby be' a- bless
ing. ."'.'?.. '
Dr.. J'., R. Yoting, teacher.'ot the'
M?'nV Bible blass, has .' something
special to announce to his class Sab
bath ?iorntn?, . j
'?;):tl want a \ meeting of - tho church
officors, elders'' and deacons, at 10.
o'clock Sabbath morning.
? Preaching at 11:26 a. m., and al]
8:15: j?:, nr. ?'<
You ' have : ? cordial invitation tb
J. G. Hugglh, pastor.
Sunday school every Sunday at 10
.av nt.y^T.? S. '.-McConnell superinten
j Preaching every first and third
Sundays at 11:30 a. m.; and every;
Sunday evening .at 8 p. ISV
Fis'.st P'rc.sby'.<rl:m Church.
The serVices \tt the ' First Presby
ter Jan' church, 'will be bold as - tolr:
tu ?YU tomorrow:
Sabbath-school at ten o'clock, un
dor Mho direction of Mr. H. W.
Rrown. The pastor. Rev'; W. H.
Fraser, D - D.'i will preach at 11:30'
and 8:lfrj - Tbo^ Christian Endeavor
societies will be. held at the follow-;
ingliours: Junior at 5 o'clock, : and jj
Senior at 7:30. ]
? t.. i A->TB'nr ? cordial - Invitation ls. ex-i
- tended to tho ''public*: to worship hil
thia church at CM y ?nd all ot the ser- ]
?.vice?. ... ; ? . ....
St. John's #<Haodlst Church.
Rev.. J.' W. Speako, pastor.
,Sunday school at lOjo'clock. S. L.
. Morning service at. 11:30 by Rev.
J. M. Steadjhan bf Clemson. No
evening sorv'co.^. );
* COMING ?ND GOING j?
* . ? .' ". , . ..?
Miss Geneva Evans and Miss' bora
Pettigrew are visiting at Groan wood.
Miss Eleanor Fisher ls Visiting re
latives Ih: Hartwell" and Elberton.
Ga. . ; 'S_ "
tiini Alexander Barres of Green
ville is visiting lier Bister, Mrs. H.
H.- Simp?ct?. :?*'
Mr.'WVR-. Bradley of Washington.
Ga.. Is visiting his daughter, Mr?. F.
Kr. James Darby of Walhalla was
a business visitor yestcr&y.
.Mr. H. A. Oj? is expected to re
turn .from chat^tt?; Ni c., this
morning where' tro has been on a
brief; business' jgpi^ \ "?
[ Meifsrs. A. C'vTodd. Roys Gilmor,
r?iyde Smith. Janies Br.ldwln and Mr.
and. Mrs. K. P, Smith have*return
ed from Grimshaw/ NV C. where they
? ' i1
Br. *v H. liawrehoa of Lowndt*!
? vftto vivM a bobJeess visiter1 yetfer
f : Mr*, ?Frank Me?eV bf ?.Iw-?ai^^tu'
tli? ettyyeoterd?y afternoon. j
Mr?. Frank GaMlard is visiting rc- !
ta?>?s la *Abtrevllle. " ; .-J
J$Bfcit*r- J. J. SUtdh an? V iOlue"
..Vfat?f'vtet? visitors; from Pendleton"
j . \itt-,'? ?N? - Laad1 titstarr-.-was - a
vltftov;- yesterdaji-i -, :
? M'& ";j?#^iaeoo, ?ai,.'-ii
; = " ;V-'.'. + -
liat?n of Branches Wsul? 8is?
SUI) CAUSEO THE SPLIT
fvWtkediit Episcopal Church, fdetho
: dial' ttplacopal Church South' ?nd
Protestant Church flow I
rtbve Total of 27,420 Ministem and
, Tho prospect of Methodist union, pos
sibly us eerly aa 1018 eua In any case
ubt ihter-than 1020, has aroused wide
spread rnterest nmong the members os'
-pYor&tnnt churches ns to tho alto and
vanlx of tibs Methodist church when re
The Methodist general conference,
which jost concluded Us session lu
Saratoga BpriugB, N. Y., unanimously
Indorsed the proposed union of Ameri
can Methodism. If tho general con
ference of the Methodist ISplacopol
Church Punt h in 1018 dls? indorses the
plan the union can probably be put
lalo ttYsef to' some ext ?lit dt once.
" Th? U?lob proposed ia ?f th?se' two
denominations aud ono ! other, the
M?e h,ni 1st Protestant church. Tho nu
merical results will be Imposing. - Thc
nev,- Methodist church, for that will
probably bo' the name, will have al
mbst exdcliy onc-.thlril of the 17,742,
?O? communicant a'of th? thirty church
bodies which ore- now members bf thc
Federal Council of tko Crnrehes of
Cbri-?t tn America. It will have more
I thou u .third of their 130.091 churches
awi more than outvfourth nf their 103,
113 utlbltrters. The next largest body
will bo thu southern Baptist conven
1 tlbif.arid-''titter'that will come tho iie
fj?j * Baptlsr, with the Presbyterians fol
I Here are the* UgurcS for 1015, tho
I most recent obtainable, as given In the
Churches of tho Federal Council, edit
ed by Charles S. M?cFar?and and ?&
sued tin)/ a few weeks ago -by" the
Fleming.H. Bevel! company:.
Methodist Eplae?pat church.. 13,813
Mbthodtst EplBc?pat. Church.South. 7,Cf?
MolhodUt Protestant church........ .MIO
. , '. Churches.
Methodist Episcopal church. 23,428
'Mjpithbait? EpUcop?l Church ?outh. 16,787
?Matbo-llst PrQt?&tunt church.,..'..... .' 2,400
Total .....;.,...'..,................. 4W?i
Hy'r * ' Comrountct>ti(B.
Methodist Ep?i^op-a!' church.,3.(K7,UH
Methodist EpUcopat Churcb South .?,Q7U,?tXi
MethodlBt 'Prdtc3iant church... v.... 201,110
When lt Is .added.''that neither the
southern ?". Baptist convention;, ^vitb
2,502,217 communicants, nor' the Preh
byterinn Church In the'Untied- States ot
America. With. 1,405,107 com mu n i rn u t ii,
j approaches in siso tho Methodist jgpls
cop?i church the numerical grenfuesa
of tho nuked Methodist church will be
j Cnuw^d by Slavery laauo, .
Slavery, which nlso divided,tho Ban
I Mat and Presbyterian churches,.: WM
:tbe'<nuse of the dlvlslriu of tte-Metho
dht t?pUcopal church'. AmO'b?C Mbtuur,
d?sts the': semsm i took place to 184-i.
I nrisi?g frorn the case'of Bishop James
Osgood Andrew of Georglu. ;:whose
wife wai?; a' sjavc?i?lder. .TJbet Mctho?
dlat Protestant church wa? the out
I growthbf a still earlier dispute over
j the mut?i? rlfehta bf "the lU?niStry and
.'^lty.;^:?tv^?a''11ifai?d ?bout-1830 brid
was. Itself split In.1858 by tue slavery,
question. I u48dtt Ute'northern half bf
tho Methodist Pr?destsnt church fused
with the Wcvdcy?b Met luidla church;
abd In 18?7 both parts of thb'Melbb
dist Protestant church were again
I brought together, y . ? \ -
1 ; Tba coming uolon ^Methodists will
cr?ai te a d?bomro?tlbu hs pre-eminent
ls..|?!!?='j .'.'..'-,;? 'vos-:, -?a. iq sn^bB.rsuip
Tim three' churched. when fused will j
have about 1,70b foreign" missionaries i
igalnst 1.300 missionaries of ?he |
jpy^erlan Church lu": irib U?Mlc? !
te* of Amcrltja arid 323 fb'rtlgh
Iblssionarlcs bf * thc Presbyterian
Cbu'rch lu the Uplift': States Sobtn.
The reunited Methodists; will hnvo
abbm'O.20O home missionaries. North-1
.cr^a^d souibero PreKbyteriahs t?gcthV !
efl?Ve not many more than 8,000.
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\ T R. mis if pp^yiLdT.
Prep?r Pronunciation of, ti'im? That' 1? '
Frequently Mispronounced.'^. H !
I '.; ^h?bric?y M, iJebew.'who'bc? known
I T. fTbnv 'babyhood. : pays "Bosit-"\
v??dt,;? vrth the;^i^ttr?vn thc Urst half
'0?lH>'r-dic4i?hsr^V ^. :^d-i^*(r?lt>"
Tho ^.In? Yon Have Always jBongltf, nn'd which hns beca
Ju nao ?dr over JK> years, has homo tho signature jot
'im and has been made under hin per?
j* sonni supervision nineo itu infancy.
Allow lio ono to deceive yo? tn thia.
All ronni er?oitImitation* and *.' ?TmOus-good " oro but
Fixpcrtments that trifle, with ?nd endanger tho health ot
Infants and Children-Experience against Experiment?
?lssfe*!?*' !? f?' I^*???*??? ovdi?fltuto fop Cngro* O!!.- X******
gorlc, lirons ?ha Soothing Syrups. It ?a pleasant/ "lt
Contain* weither Opium, Morphine nor other I^nrcotio
substance. Its a pro is its guarantee. lt desi roys \7orms
and allays Feverishness. For moro than thirty years it
lins been ?h constant uso lor tito relief of Constipations
Finttdeucy, "Wind Colic, nil Teething- Troubles and
Diarrhoea. It regulates "the Stoinacn mid I???TPS?,
assimilates tho Food? giving healthy and natural aleen?
Tho Children's Panacea-Tao Mother'y Friend?
?ENbwii. CASTO RSA ALWAYS
The Kind! You Have Always Bought
?^?? WAGON BUSINGS
lias started off splendidly. Customers are pleased with' *
our offerings and pleased with our prices and terms. We
are pleased with the outlook for bigger business.
Brookway, Hackney, and W
arc guaranteed to give satisfaction and pur prices are ik
satisfactory as the services you get. -, ,
See me also for Harness, Lap Robes, Whips, etc.
(From Thc Literary Digest.)
If your radiator leaks,, poor in
The self.acting radiator ccntentf
Se-Meni-ol is n- powder put "up. in. lithographed tin cans.
When poured into your radiator il dissolves in the not water.
At the feaV, thc cool air congeals it into a cement; that repairs
Look for t?ic pMtnpkin colored cans,?
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The above advertisement is one pf a series .*
th^t is running'- #Very' other weelc in the