GARDEN PLAN WELL LIKED
Laid Out Along Lines of the Illustra
tion lt Wf'i Se of Perma
A very helpful plan for beautifying
the garden is shown in the accom
panying illustration, which, if care
fully followed, will give results that
are successful and of permanent
In the plan well-designed borders
are filled with shrubbery in the cor
ners, or the rear, and hardy peren
nials in the foreground. These should
be planted according to their height
and color. Foxgloves, peonies and
Oriental poppies are excellent for
grouping. Both German and Japan
ese irises and brilliant Sweet Williams
must find a place here also. Narcis
sus and daffodils give a perfect effect
If planted as a border about the entire
.eweep of beds. These, together with
the flowering shrubbery, are gorgeous
In the early springtime. The open
.paces shown in this plot are reserved
for lawn. In the center is a lily pool,
having a cement basin. A gazing
globe ls at one end and a sun dial op
posite. At each side of the garden are
aemi-clrcular white benches which in
vite one to tarry.
A scheme for a more pretentious
garden having stately Lombardy pop
lars and a pergola at the rear, has
proved popular. Beneath the latter ls
placed a group of white garden furni
ture. Perennial borders frame the
lawn with briliiant color. An edge of
boxwood is exceedingly good. Plant
tall-growing hollyhocks and mallow
marvels in the background. Masses
of helianthu3. coreopsis and poppies
should appear in prominent groups.
Foxgloves.-English larkspur and hardy
phlox should be planted in abundance.
Japanese iris, snapdragon and gay
Sweet Williams are good just within
the short-cut boxwood border. Step
ping-stones lead to the artistic sun
dial and pedestal.
LOOKS TO PUBLIC WELFARE
Kansas City Institution Might Well
Be Copied by Other Big Centers
The board of public welinre ls an
institution In which Kansas City has
set an example for the whole country.
Delegations from other places repeat
edly have visited the city to study the
workings of the board with the idea
of applying Its principles at home.
The latest city to take the matter
np is Chicago. Recently Mr. Jacob
Bllllkopf of the Kansas City board
was Invited to explain its operation
to the Chicago Association of Com
merce. Following his add - ess an
ordinance has been lntroduoed in the
Chicago council by Prof. 0. E. Mer
riam, an alderman, to establish a de
partment of public welfare with two
One is the bureau of employment,
which ls to operate municipal lodging
bouses and gather Information on gen
eral working conditions, as well as to
help persons find work. The second 1B
the bureau of social surveys, to col
lect information on living conditions
in Chicago and to recommend ordi
nances for their betterment.
The Judiciary committee of the
council has unanimously recommend
ed the ordinance for passage. Cities
generally are beginning to assume
larger responsibilities for better con
ditions of living.
What a Garden Will Do.
What ia it that:
Will reduce the cost of living?
Will make you and your family
imore healthful and contented? ?
Will provide boneflcial exercise and j
entertainment for you and your fam
Will divert your mind from the
.cares of your regular occupation?
Will keep your children out of mi?-:
chief and teach them thrif'. and Indus- j
Will make your wife feel she hus a
iSure enough home?
Will save you money?
According to an impressive little
! booklet issued by the Alabama Coal
j Operators' association, a garden will
.do all these things.
?lot Weather Garments
Let us hc!p you to keep cool during this
sweltering weather. We have the garments that
will enable you to keep "as cool as a cucumber. "
Come in and let us show you our athletic under
wear-our light weight suits in Palm Beaches. Mo
I hair, serges, sicilians, eassimers, etc.
Full assortment of Ect?pes negligee shirts.
Nothing better on the market for the money.
Shoes and Panamas to fit everybody.
If we haven't what you want in order to keep
cool we will order it for you.
Come in and let's talk it over.
Dorn & Mims. E3S
All of the New Things.
Our Spring stock is now complete in every de
partment. It matters not what the ladies want we
have it. Come in to see all the new Spring fabrics
that we are showing in the beautiful colors of the
season. Goods for dresses, goods for skirts, goods
for waists-for misses and ladies. We also have a
very large stock of trimmings, lace embroidery, etc.
We can please the most exacting buyer in these
We are showing a beautiful assortment of un
derwear for ladies, misses, men and boys. Come in
before you buy your supply of light underwear.
Our Shoe Department is well supplied with the
most stylish oxfords and slippers. Wc have them in
the popular lasts and in patents, gun metal, tans and
We invite thc men and boys to see our stock of
clothing and hats. Our prices are reasonable.
J. W. PEA
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_ ^Charleston, South Carolina
fife ^- Departments cfjMedicine and Fhaimacy,_
E> bb Owned and Controlled by the State.^gg^^^
?. 86th SeTcion Opens October 1st, 1914. Closes Jute 3rd, 1915
Fine New Building ready for oceup?ncy October 1st, 1914. Advan
tageously located opposite Roper Hospital, one of the largest Hospitals
in the South, where abundant clinical material is offered, con
tains 218 beds.
Practical work for Senior Students in Medicine and Fhaimacy a
Special Featr 3.
Large and well-equipped Laboratories in both Schools.
Department of Physiology and Embryology in tffiliation with the
Nine full time teachers in Laboratory Er2rcr.es
Six graduated appointments etch year in medicine.
For catalog sdriress:
! fe OSCAR W. SCHLEETER, Registrar, Charleston, S. C.
If not interested. But you are obliged to be interested where mon
ey is to be saved in the pu'chase of necessities of life both for your
self and livestock. We are now in our warehouse, corner of Fenwick
and Cumming stieets, two blocks from the Union Passenger Station
where we have the most modtrn warehouse in Augusta with floor
space of 24,800 squa.e feet and it is literally packed with Groceries
and feeds from cellar to roof. Our stock must be seen to be appre
ciated. Our expenses are at least $450.00 a month less since discon
tinuing our store at 863 Broad street, and as goods are unloaded
from cars to wareheuse, we are in a position to name very close
prices If you really want the worth of your money see or write U9
ARRINGTON & CO.
Heart Disease Almost
Fatal to Young Girl
"My daughter, whon thirteen years
old, was stricken with heart trouble.
She was so bad we ha? to place lier
bed near a window
so she could get
her breath. One
doctor said, 'Poor
child, she is likely
to fall dead any
time.' A friend
told mo Dr. Miles'
Heart Remedy had
cured her father,
ro 1 tried it. and
sho began to im
prove. She tonk
fi%?;% a great many bot
tle?, but she is
spared to me to
day, a fat, rosy
cheeked girl. No one c,?.i imagine the
confidence I have In Dr. Miles' Heart
Remedy." A. R. CANON. Worth, Mo.
The unbounded confidence Mr.
Canon ha? In Dr. Miles' Heart Rem
edy is shared by thousands of
others who know its value from
experience. Many heart disorders
yield to treatment, if the treatment
is right. If you arc bothered with
short breath, fainting spells, swell
ing of feet or ankles, pains about
the heart and shoulder blades, pal
pitation, weak and hungry spells,
you should begin using Dr. Miles'
Heart Remedy at once. Profit by
the experience of others while you
Dr. Mites' Heart Remedy ls sold and
guaranteed by all druggists.
MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind.
GEO. F. MIMS
Eye6 examined and glasses fitted
only when necessary. Optical]?
work of all kinds.
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
All persons who are indebted to
the estate of Giles Butler deceased,
will come forward and settle thc
same. And all persons holding:
claims against said estate, will pre
sent them itemized and sworn to on
or before the 3rd of July IOU.
JuneO, 1014. Administrator.
lake the Old suit.J
We ave better prepared |
than ever to do first-class |
. work in cleaning and press- f
ing of all kinds. Make your
old pants or suit new by let
ing us clean and press them.
Ladies skirts and suits al
so cleaned and pressed. Sat
Edge field Pressing
3, ALLACE HARRIS P *DP
EDGEFIELD, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, 1914
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