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for the largest Water Melon grown fromour seed. We have TOM WIT*
?Olt, KLEKLEY SWEET and MONTE CRISTO. We also have for Introduc
tien, several haadred packages of. three entirely new water melons whfeh will j
6ft f Iren free to any et onr farmer friends who will call at ear stet?.
FOR ?A?.E-We ?ave for Sale 2,050
acree of l?r?d. containing about 8.
000,090 fee? of timber, nearly all
.ont l?*f. The land is the very
b?il( in tho ?tate, yielding a bale of
cotton to th? acre without fertilizer
Abply, if interested to the St.
G?OrM> 1^T?* A Invnnt tnent CO., 256
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n 5VA NEWS o
Iva* May 1.-The Civic Improvement
essocfaslns) met ia the Auditorium of
the Iva? Behool i last Wednesday after
noon at 5 o'clock and a very en tb us las.
tie meeting waa held. Mr. John Hick?
Of Laureas, agent fer school supplies,
was nresent.at this meetin* and made
a very ilntereatlug talk. Several pur
cajsies1 were made, euch as fountains,
?lobe* aaa diet losarles.
A eacDfise diga?* waa riven at th*
home??4 .Mr?. W-> J.. McGee Wednes
day ia honor of her sixtetb birthday.
Her o?lWrer* came in wtth weii fli?ed
bftefest?J^^a.ajoee dellelbu? dinner
was sssvsAY v
Miss. Lola Hali and Mr. Marlon
Craft Mire married last Sunday after
noon bs> .HeV. R.;tL- Iff^^ln at his res
TheiPfeilethe? rtass me? at the home
_Jtr*i*V Wednasday af
v^i * j?-^*- H'S ""TT t*****"v"t . a moat
saUeioaa eweet course was served
by Miag Verina- Jackeon, sister of the
hostess. v*v ?
Mr.iJF??^? B. Eufrlss has returned
home after a short stav with rela
. ' in ur * -ttiwjrhwhl- *3g '?- !
Mrs. T. LM L*My of Macon, Ga.. i*i
apeadlas: awhile at the hom? of her]
cousin, Mr?. A,<C^T?W?**md
m town ? few days this week on bus
MUia Bertie Verina Jackson of
Storeviile is on a visit to her sister.
Mrs. D'. A. Burris*.
Mr. 8. M. McAdams spent last
Tuesday in Laurens on business.
Mr. J. B. Felton of Anderson, sup
erintendent or education, visited the
Iva Hish School last Wednesday
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jones are on
a visit to the latter's parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Montan Joppa of Holland's
Miss Eva Pr lr? of fiaatonia, K. C.,
is on a visit tn friends and relatives.
Miss Annie Halford left today for
Anderson to attend tho chautauqua.
Miss Mareare? Black has gone to
Starr to visit her friend. Miss Eula
Mr. J. F. GiUeland and daughter,
Miss Sarah and Miss Ida Bell hare
returned from A week's, visit to rel
atives In Arkansas.
Rev. S. J. Hood begun a meeting
lust Thursday . sight at Generostee
Case ft Son, plano tuners of Spar
tanburg, have been lo town this week
Mr. William. GUllland or Camden,
Ark., is. spending awhile with her
brother. Mr. J. T. GUllland.
Mr. Everett B Willis, who has been
spending sometime with, his family
here bas gone to Clifton on a business
ATLANTA LIKED IT
Strasse' New Opera Which Crestas |
A Row In X?w lerk.
Atlanta. May 1.-By a ?trange trick
of fate, the new Strauss Opera "Res
onkavalier" whieb called down the
denunciations of leading New York
critics oh Its premiere performance
a month or two aro. was received.with
open arms by the Atlanta audience
and wa? on? of the? big triumphs- of
'.'Rosenkavalier"-wo? condemned In
New York because the music was said
to be freakish und of a futurist tinge,
and even Immoral in ?orne ortho high,
ly colored spots of orchestration, par,
ticularly in the overture. Wren the
M?tropolitain left New York for .
lan ta, tho general impression was thst
it would not remain en the repot ol i">
permanently. But In the face of ibis
reception given lt here, those plans
may change, sad Atlanta may. go
down In history as the first Ameri
cas city te-show appreciation of a
scor.-i written , by th? greatest living
composer of this generation.
The reception given Rosenkaveller
was diametrically opposite that whloh
the new opera ; by Da m roach. "Cy
rano" received last year, lt received
a complete.frost from Atlanta, a thirdi
of the people leavlr**- thc house after j
isc z-cvrrS- ??t. The e=tl~?** "e '
Omithnrn audience was fully if*"! '-..*?? '
ed vf - t?.c ""kT*^'"t"> histo?" . " ' -
opera, which wat a, complete tip. co.
and has now beep relegated to the.
operatic inpk heap: 1
- . .
"My, sister's Auaeanii, aa? an attaos?
of rheumatism tn .hi-, arm." write? a
well-known r?sident of N'ewtnn. Iowa.
? gave him ? bottle of Chamberlain's
attsnt was sniis/1, Fef chronic mn's*]
?ular rheumatism you 'win fidfl nil
ing better than Chamberlain's Lini
ment. Sold by Evar.*' Pharmacy.
??.IIB? #%?%iiai*ic a i
IHt ?UUNIT GUI
GEN. M. L. BONHAM AGAIN El
CONVENTION AND S. DEAN
MAN: DELEGATES TO fi
Tho roiiniy democratic convention
met .Monday und wa? entirely hurmon.
lou*. All of toe de.euste? were pres
ent. Bcmethlng Uko 450 being enrolled,
On. Al. L. Itonhum culled the meeting
to order and made a ringing speech
for harmony, stating that the pr?di
rent or the Cnlted States is a South
< rn man, the national administratif >i
is southern aud democratic and the
Statu of South 'urolina should he in
close touch with the ntl,mal party.
Tpon tho roil of clubs being calle.;,
the roll wa? perfected. Two new
clubs wer-> received, one at Piercetown
and one at Campbell's store, (?en.
I ion hu ni was nominated for president
of the convention. Mr. hi. P. Smith,
nominated Hr. W. A. Tripp of Brushy
( reek. Every member's name was
called und lie voted. The result was
ilonharn Tripp 00, The result was
received with applause. Capt. ll. H.
Watkins ;iominat3d. Dr. Tripp for vice,
president ?if the convention. This was
received with enthusiasm and Dr.
Tripp was elpcted unanlmcusly.
S. Dean Pearman was elected secre
tary without opposition. The roll o*
the .county executive committee was
then formed, and S. D?an Pcarman
WU? Elected chairman. Gen. rion int II.
had already announced that he could
not serve. Hon, J. W. ABhley waa put j
In nomination hut withdrew his name
us raemher of the state evecutlve com.
mutee and T. Frank Watkins was elec
ted to the position without opposition.
Vor delegates to the State conven
tion the following were nominated:
J. Clyde Green, V. rt. Seybt, D. A.
Taylor. J. C. Stribllng, W. A. Tripp.
S. O. Jackson, S. D. Pearman, A. B.
Pant, e. IO. Harper, L. L. Rice, W.
W. Scott. B. J. Pearman, J. B. Hum
bert, M. L. Bonham, J. A. Hudgeno,
J. M. Brovles, Samuel McCreary, W.
P. Bell, O. M. Ried, W. M. Sherard,
J. B. Bouthlt. H. P. Pely. The elec
tion was by written ballot. While this
waa taking place, Ex-Senator J. K.
Hood offered resolutions endorsing
Woodrow Wilson and instructing the
delegates to the state convention to
support a resolution urlng bur sen
ators to stand up for the president's
policy on the shipping toils preposition
Mr. K. P. Sh mit h offered an amend
ment to eliminate the instruction? part
but- this was voted down and th*
original resolution passed.
The convention took a recess whii>
tho ballots were being counted anc
lt was decided that ho further busi
ness would be attempted, as many
members had to catch trains. The
matter of primary regulations did not
come up at all. , ,
The delegates elected to tho state
invention, are aa follows:.
At the afternoon session of the con
vention it was reported that the fol
io=-tr.= hiii h^r-r. ^?sctsd t= thc state
convention in the order Boised.-M.
I. Bonham, S. D. Pearman. S. O.
Jackson, A. S. Pant, C. 10. Harper.
J. Clyde Green, J. A. Hndgens, ll. K.
Seybt, W. Mi Sherard, J. B. Humbert,
H. P. Cely, L. Li. F?lce, B. J. Pear
man, J. M. Broyles.
Alternates-J. B. Douthit. S. Mc
Creary, J. C. Stribllng, W. A. Tripp,
O. M. Reid. D. A. Taylor, W/W.
Scot?, W. P. Bell.
The following delegates responded
to the roll call and composed the con
Anderson Ward I.
M. L. Bonham. T. Fi Watkins. K.
P. smith, J. M. Payne. M. M, Mat
tison, J. Li, Sherard, Wm. Laughlin.
J.K. Hood. T. P. Dickson, J. G. Har
din. R. E4 Burrlss, W. H. Shearer, C.
E. Tr I tibi fi.
Anders.a Ward 2.
..P. E. Watkins, Wm. Banks, s. D.
Brownlee. J. T. Bell, Julien Martie, J.
Andersen Wart! 3.
CW. Beaty, B. Pur ison, T. W. Nor
ris, E. M. Scott. E. W. Brown, J. A.
Brock, L. M. Cecil, A. B. Sullivan,
C. B. Earle.
Anderson Ward 4
C. 8. Sullivan. J.J. Trowbridge, S.
L. Prince Joe Ashley. L N. Geer.
J, J*. Ftuaier C. F. Ross, D.~o.
Brownlee,G. P. Browne, C. W. Webb,
J. H. Godfrey, J. E. Breaseale.
C. A. Mattrsoa, B. P. Allen. R. K.
Ligouj D. D- Rice, H. H. Broadwell,
T. S;." McConnell, P. J. Clarke, Fi. 1.
Carter, D. P. Garter, C; O. Carter.
J. J. Sutherland, O. C. Sullivan, c.
M Or&ftj C. C. 1?anh-rd*
CW. IA boon, If. H. Watkins, J.
W. Quattlebaum, F. L. Brown. B. J.
Smith, O. M. Smith, VF. A. Watson,
a. D. Pearman, J. M.vXiio*. J. 8.
McFall. T. T. Wakefield, O M, Reed,
P. B. Gentry. J. P. Bolt. W. S. Bro
xeale, E.. Mi. Grifan. Z. C. Simpan,
E. C. McOants, C. E. Seybt, J. H.
Hutchinson. J. A. Wakefield.
Belton 1 and 5?
J. C. ?reen. W. K. Stringer. A. S.
Faut, J. G. Harris. W. J. Moorehca?,
J. Mack King. W?. C. Bowen, P. F.
Carpenter. J. T..Cox, W. H. Cobb.
t?. O. K. Poora. T. C. Foore, T. J.
^OT. 8. W. Harris, E. T. Br?scale, A.
. Cawnwii. Ross Mitchell, J, P.
Cbx, J. A, Horton, N. W- cos
J W. Campbell,.fi. T. Ellison. R.
H. Dalton, J. H. .'Williams, Waiter
T^d^?.^W. ?ut?tia J. S. Adam**_W.
A.. A^teicloM?, J.. C. i?esers. C. ??.
Stricktaudv J. C. Kin*. J, P.. Mitch
ell, J.H. Willama,: W^Oj?annlster.
E. l*? Owen;, V G,.v^,Upon, E. D.
? <S. y,. Pt arman. J. U McCarty, C.
F. Martin, W. S. Campbell. J. A.
? ? ?mt m ( ?a Am m mm m<mm
LECTED PRESIDENT OF THE
PEARMAN COUNTY CHAIR
HE STATE CONVENTION.
E. Tripp. C. C. Foster, M. M. Mor.
ritt. lt. C. Wilson. B. P. WigingtoiY
Li. A. Harris, C. AV. King. c. c.
Rogers. \\\ Welborn.
Brogon Mills-Oto representation.
L. B. Johnson. T. B. Cox. B. P.
Eurie, A. L. Mahaffey, A. W. Poor?-,
M. A. Mnhaltey.
J. W. chi Iden-., Jv A. Celev, N.
Oates, L. D. Chiles, C. C. Celey.
P?. A. Sherard. Joe Sherard, R. S.
Stevenson, P. C. Brown. .
('ex. Mill-No representation.
Cray ton ville,
T. H. Ashley. H.-O.-Williams. J. &L
Pruitt, C. H. Snipes, J. J!. Ashley.
W. O. Herron, Claude Brooks, W.
H. Thompson. W. H. Whitaker. G.
W. Tucker. M. P. Hall.
M. B. R'chardson. A. N. Richare*
Eon. C. L'. Martin, A. M. MoAlii?*?r.
J W. Mullkn. * L>. Casay A. J.
Biuiiii, D. C. 'iV?kc"r!w.
J. M. Broyles, H. S. Dowling, C. S.
Grayham, R S. Sullivan. J. P. Sit:-j
Fcrk 2-No repr?sentation.
W. S. Fleiiiatr, J. P, Gambre'i. j
L. Cooley. W F. Townes, J. E Ha.t-I
C. J. Ayers, C. D. Johnson, Eugene
MacDonald, Curley Ayers.
C. H. Bait?-; S. O. Jackson, W.
P. Bell. J. L*. Tackson. P. S. Prince.
W L. Gable, J. H. Brock.
W. W. Harriet J. J... Duckworth.
Jno. H. Kay, T. M. Vandiver. .
P. W. Sullivan. J. W. Clement, G.
L. Cllnkscalee, J. M. Mitchell, B. P.
GaBsaway, W. R. Johnson, J. W.
Brock*. L. L. Wright Li."A. Norris, J.
J. McAbee, A. Fi Hammond, R. S.
Lee, A. C. Elrod, Wu -.?i Hambree.
'3. N. Brownlee;tA. Jl??.Hembr^.Wwi
C. Gilmer, W. H. Burrise, J. B. Wat
son. L. A. Glenn. J. Ki, Eskew.
Hone? Baa? Chiqaole HUts
W. B. Nelson, J. A. Bowie, P. R.
GUmer, J. C. Thompson, W. B.
C. M. Griffin, T. C. Jackson, A. R.
Gaily, 8. P. Gsmbrell. S. E. Ander
son. R-. W. Lewis, C. A, Wiles, A.
L. Drennan, W, P. Cook. - -
J. W. Ashley. J. .?. .Ho?lsnd. C. M.
Mitchell, W..K. Haddon, W. t?. Can
field, C. E. Clement.
. Martin. .
R. R. Keaton, T. W. Pruitt, J. T.
Drake, E. W. ABhley, C. C. Tsylore.
J. R. Drake, J. C. Wright, Jesse
Saylors. B. Y. Wlrlght, W. J. Saylors,
S. J. Fisher, W. A. Z. McMahon. L.
L. M. Martin.
Orv Mill. .
W. W. Scott, Jno. B. Humbert, R.
F. Thackston, R. M. Smith, W. P.
Snelgrove. J. H. Williams, L.^A.
Sanders, C. C. Briasey, J? A. Hayes.
H. H. Ffussell, J. A. Glenn, S. H. Ba.
vels, P. A. Dobbs, L< R. Jackson. S.
S. L. Eskew, J. G. 8tribllng, H. S.
TreBOot, J. W. Sanders, B. M. Ault,
M. M. Hunter. J*,'BL- Wofford, ,8am
C. L. Guyton. G-. B;,Cobb, E. W.
Moore. W. F. Owen, W, W. Walker,
W. ll, G. Elrod, A, M.;Gtjytott\i -.;
ric dat eat
J. G. Mock. G. M. Reid. R. I. El
rod. . A. Spearman. J, M. Sea wright,
W. G. White, J. F. Donald, W. W.
Clardy. J. E. RIW. W- J. Hemb.*e.|
J. F. Hammond. -?'
idversldo and Texaway.
B. B. G?ssest, Hw?;J. -Clark, J C.
Acker. W. H. Godfrey. Robard Rop-|
sr. ? v^
Rock Mills-No representation
J. B. DouthU. D G. W. Dar
by. J. D. McBSlro. ..$Jjg HanMnond,|
D. A. Taylor . -
J. 1*. Stuckey. B. ? Peannan. J. L.I
Herron, J. J. Smith. J. H. Pruitt, C.
C. Jones. W. R. Obamblee, B. H.
Hodge?, R.A. Abrams, '
Thrs* ?nd l%sdfys
J. W.Smltb. H. Hendrix, W. A.
Tripp ri. L. Hendrix. W. T. Watson.
J. M. Halliday. W. H. Acker, J. L.|
Chapman. ?<>??n.?JXt.;. ,'
Pleas Mahaffey, J...W. Dickson. L.
8. Boleman. J. A. Stephenson. W. C.
N. 8. Reaves, ?u?w oSpiirn-., n. r
Ole-by, S. J. N>**??- T*. E. F. Al-!
Agood, Wi. B. io?iu?o?."
West Savannah-No. representation.
Tanita Biston 1.
G. W. Sullivan l>: L. D?nala. T. J.
Martin. A. W Aii?w?y. J. c.. BacJr^
^Orth. L. ??. Tr:"-^. J. tt RAMTC1I
D. H. McAllister, J D. Millar. J7 P-1
Ellison, L. V. O. Cooley. H. C.
Campbell. G. S. Koodglon. ?. W, Cal
W\ 1. Mahatfey. W. H. Sherard, J.
W. Holllday. W . H. Kirby. W, C.
Campbell. J. TV Manley, D. P. Al-j
ama, R. L. Lindsay,
4'asM*K*u'<i ???re'. I '
Campbell's Store, a new club was!
admitted wit li the following represen
talion: W. L. Anderson. W. C.
Campbell, rt. E. Campbell.
White PlainB. a new club waH repre- |
sented bv j. B. Spearman and W. J.
PLANS ARE LAID!
Hon. John J. McMahon of Co?
lumbia Suggest? Now Is Time
Cofumbla, May 1.-John J. McMa
han, former state superintendent cf
education, will lead the fight in the
state convention to place safeguards :
around the primary. In an interview 1
today he said:
"Tho ward One Democratic Club |
of the City of Columbia at a splendid
ly attended meeting ndopeted by en
thusiastic and almost unanimous vote |
the following resolutions "instruct
ing" Its fifty three delegates to the
County Democratic convention for the
genuine "reform of the primary"-not
a hypocritical phrase, but a measure
"with teeth in lt'"-as the saying goes
in regard to the trust regulation.
" 'Resolved that the delegates
to the County Convention are
herebv instructed to vote and
work for the adoption of the a~
mendments to the party consti
tution sod rules safeguarding the
primary elections by requiring of
all voters In the primary, proof
of nu al i fl cat ?on 3 to vote in the
general election and thus to make
good the pledge to support the
nominees of the nrimarv.' ?
"This Club two years ago lea m -in
structing' for Woodrow Wilson, and
deserves the credit of turning the tide
for definite action at the State Con
vention, but for which Wilson's nomi
nation at Baltimore would have been
Impossible. There can be no greater
service to the State than the achieve
ment of equal success in the present
"We want our friends throughout
the state to knew that they are not
alone and that the fight will be made.
The above resolution will be adopted
by the Richland County Democratic
Convention and will be presented to
thje- state convention backed by Rich
land's twelve delegates not only def- |
lnitely instructed,, but personally en
thusiastic in individual conviction and
"The 'reform of the primary'-once]
without friends, has come to a whi
ning elogan, and consequently many
false prophets are now tn the ranks
of its supporters. They are endea
voring to seduce the. movement from
Ita legitimate results' and turn lt in
to a mere covering of the adrea and
"It is most unfortunate that those
who should be cooperating In perfect
agreement for the full reform needed
are now differing among themselves
as to detalla and are playing Into the
hands of standpatters who oppose any
change whatever. The latter will be
aim lat without representation in the
State convention, b*?t-th?lr etjuse may
have abler champions in their un
natural allie? who are now to the i
ffnnt ?a compromisers and temporiz
"The time Is at hand fer firm s-ct?c-?i.
Conditions are ripe for the real re
form. To accept less is a cowardly
Evening Star. .
The "Jong to the Evening Star,"
[sung by Wolfram in Act in of j
"Ta:inheuser," is the story of Wa
trara*., unselfish devotion to Elisabeth, I
and is one of the mest frequently |
?Bung arlar trom Wagner's ope??a.
like death a dark shadow ni?'it her
- gloom extendeth.
I Her sable wing o'er all the vale she
L endet h :
Trie soul that lon?? to tread y MI path I
of ll ?'EU J
i Yet dresds to pass '.he gate of rear ana |
I look on thee, oh star in heaven add j
(Thy retie beam thro' trackless apace|
thou l earest,
The hour of -darkness is by the? made]
'Thou Isad'st us upward with pure, |
Oh, atar of eve, thy tender beam
Smiles en my spirit's troubled dream ;
From heart that ne'er ita trust? oe-1
Greet, when ahe passes, the peerless
Bear her beyond thia vale of sorrow,!
To fields of light that kcoW no snor
Bebels Starving Americas,
Nogales. Arts* May 2.-*-Ofr laforma
itton brought here by recageae Ahmt
James Bytngton, an American imprls-|
?ted rds* nostaa at Cumpas; Sosoro.
mexico, without a triai, is slowly dy-,
lng of neglect. Another pretest: was!
sent today to constltstioaallets de*
mandlag hts immediate release.
liss little to advance of self merit and
thee rf ore unworthy of the public con
fidence and support.
o BRYA3 PE#TESTS A&AlKBT- O
(By A??oc!ated Press) ol
Washington. April, 30-Un- a*
official report* reaching Wash- o
tntgoa late tonight that Dr. Bd> o
wafd Ryaw, se Awirlyee ta the o
serrtee of ?ka visited Stetes o
la gjavsi assent looking arter rem
[o gees, wss to ba Asecnted as a o
a any at Mexico etty tomorrow o
o morning ceased Swrtwy Bry- o
o aa to make ulina rageas tass o
o tatlons in beaat? of Dr. Ryan a
b to Spanish minister. Den aral
o TH ufHa's representativo here,
mo nnysyo ccccinu
I un uummu ULUUIUII
MEETING HELD YESTERDAY
FOR THAT PURPOSE
BUT FEW CHANGES
Report Made By E. C. McCantt,
Superintendent of the City
Schools Was Satisfactory
( Saturday's Dally)
' In accordance with the .lotice given
several days ago, the trustees of the
city schools of Anderson, officially
known os district No. 17, met in the
office of E. C. McCants, superintend
ont of the city schools for ?he pur
pose of electing the teachers for th<
coming session. All selection) were
made and the 011 perintendont made re
nou of what has been done during
the past year and aug*isled thoa1,
changea necessary for tho host results
during the coming year.
The following ls a como?ete hal of
the te.*.c*:iers elected for the coming
year: Superintendent, E. C. McCanU;
principa! C. W. Wiser. Teachers
Misses Neille Summersett, Elizabeth
Forms, Sam \V. Andersen, Euulce
gideon. Georgia Marshall, Annie Ccr-l
iv. .Lula Brown, Talula: Crowther.
Ma) J .-.trvcll, Willie Maynsrd. Mrs_An.
nl? AUrn. Mrs. Daisy Wilson, Mrs
Lottie Fttes, Misses Cleo Bailie*. Mar
tha ?.lark, 5*&sie' Tacker, Alma
Turneti Eva, Trlbble, Puta Archer,
Apsew, Olivia Duckett, Irene Prince,
Helen Burries, Eddie Davis, Leonora
Hubbard, Annie Erskine, O. W. Cham
bers, Misses Jean Harris, Elisa Major,
Lena Cllnkscales, Miriam Lee, Anna
Brown, Vera Pruitt, Evie Lewis, Mrs.
C. M. Buchanan, Misses Mary Acker,
Cornella Sadgrove;.. Vermeils O'Neal.
H. H. Gassaway< . Maria Qassaway,
Carrie Gassaway, Alice Webb, Mattie
Moora, Irene Taylor Christine Thomas,
Conyous Jones, M. J. M. Earle, Ola
Todd, ida Watson, Bertha Adams. Ja
nie Lou Williams.and Gertrude Richy.
. It was Impossible to say last night
Just what schools the various , teachers
would be asslg-ed to or- what classes
they will hattie. It is certain that a
number of changes are to be made in
tho various teachers classes and lt
ls probable that some transferring
will be done from school to. achoo!.
The trustees were very favorably
Impressed with the splendid work.ac
complished during the last season and
they so . stated to E. C. McCants, the
Mr. McCants told a reporter for The
Intelligencer. last night that - he waa
already making plans for better work
next year than bad ever been done
here before and that he was highly
pleased with the splendid? selections
made by the trustees of the teachers
for next year.
Most Prompt sud Efficient t are for
VVn;s you nave s had i:u?d ;'CU want
a remedy that will not only give re- [
lief, but effect a prompt and perma
nent cure, a remedy that ia pleasant!
to. take, a remedy that contains noth
ing Injurious. Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy meets all thean requirements.
It acts on nature's plan, relieves the
lungs, aids xpectoratlon, opens the
secretions and restores,the system to
a healthy condition. This remedy has
a world-wide reputation and use and
can always be depended upon. Sold
by EvanS' Pharmacy.
To wa ville. May 1.-At the splendid
home of Mrs. and Mr. A. C. Cromer
ia Fork Township oe the 29th. of
?April Mr. T. M. Fellers and Miss Lil
lie Cromer were happily married by
Rev. N. B. Hawkins.
This - excellent young couple have |
the best wishes of their many friends.
Care for Stomach M?rders.
Disorders of the stomach may be
avoided shy the use of Chamberlain's
Tablets. Many very remarkable cures
have been affected by these tablets.
Sold by Brans' Pharmacy.
BENJAMIN ?ABEBO ?HEROES
Brother of M ordered Pr gsMcnt Was
Bldintt Je B?wnavlfte.
(By Associated Press)
Brownvllle, Tex., Moy 1.-After hld
lng from the Mexican Federals In I
Monterey fer several months, Benja
min Madero, brother o,* the late Fran
cisco Medero, eatr.c- cue et a seclu
sion when the constltotloiiat'stB cap
tured the city, arrived in BrowuBiftle
today with his family. They were
a meng a party of fifty five Americans j
Benjamin Madero jrcht into hld Jr.* j
at ?l*.s ilise his brer ^?M-?, Daniel, abai
Emilio Madero, were arrested ty th?!
Huerta Government- on n charge* of |
plotting against, th a Fcierals.
They were taken tb a prison at Vera
r;ru? and later were pleased, escaped
to a United States gunboat sad came
th the United States.
James Marston, one-legged swim
Owfrg'w \'"*MA UVM) t&twlr. Cst!A* il
if, and May Shirley, a. fr*wn drowning!
Health a Factor Ia Sseeess.
Tbs largest factor contributina to a L
man's success ia undoubtedly health. !!
t+ nu tsar. ?Vj-t.~fesd.ihae *. f?.k* Uti!
ce?deee sie!? when nb? bowels ar* rss?
y lar-he ti?..oe* tr wen when they arc
MHatlpatcd. V hen ynn are ernsti
pate/you wi 'tl find nettling quite so
flow as ChanrtVrfatn's 1 ablets. They
not only mot.-? the bowels, hnt tm-11
Needed in Every Home
Just think what convenience and pride
it give* to every housewife to Ix; prepared
for emergency. She can be of immediate
Hervit e io her family. neighbors or friends
in case of accident <.r sudden illness and
spure a great ?leal of Buffering hy keep,
ing ?t U'ttle of Dr. Jones' Liniment handy!
A slight injury muy eat into the flesh
and develop into a had wound. Pneu
monia amy develop from a slight cold,
etc . pit a little of Dr. Jone.-. Liniment
applied iu tho nick of Unie get* to the
sore spots at once and effects relief.
For youngsters with earache, chilblains
or friwt bites Dr. Jones' Liniment will
relieve the pain immediately.
Old people ure Usually afflicted with
coughing spells, rheumatism, ?old and
cramps in tho hands and feet and other
poins peculiar to tho aged. Dr. Jones*
Liniment npplied whenever ucded stimu
lates the circulation, stops the pain and
proves a blessing.
The comforts of home nre incomplete
without a bottle of Dr. Jones' Liniment.
Sold hy EvanB' Pharmp.cal Compa
ny, Frierson's Pharmacy, Belton and
Blood is Ste Lifo
Purify the blood, cleanse it of ail
toxic and waste matter, and every
?nene will bo heiter, very much more
pliant an;! stronger. Pure blood ls
essential to good health.
MES. JOE PERSON'S
has met an unquestioned success In all dis
orders du? to poor blood. Helaina and en
riches tb* HF* fluid and thus prepares tb*
way to perTeot health. Your neighbors have
used lit for forty years, and tbey testify to lu
strength-giving qualltioa. Harmless yat
most efficient for Its purpose.
"Ii has strengthened up my system and
ballt.up my general hoalth. I (Iud lt a fine
family remedy to keep In tbe boase for the
complaints or the children."-Mrs. H. Ed
Itheinhardt, Iron Station, N. C.
Foi all blood taints, for all constitutions)
weaknesses, Mrs. Joe Person's Remedy has
'proved Itself very helpful. Your druggist
[can supply yon. If be doesn't get it for yon
i writ* tb*
REMEDY SALES CORPORATION
Charlotte. N. C
: inclosing one doll ir, und they will send lt
I with rull directions.
connection With the Itemed y for the cur* or
so resandtbereltef of inflamed and congested
surface*. It Uespecially valuable for women,
and should always be used for ulcerations.
uwill be doing yourself
a good turn by installing a
GAS RANGE. We sell
them under the strongest
Easy terms-$2 down and
$2 Tier month.
Anderson Gas Co.
-} i l/*??;
Why we vraht
Do you realize that a hundred
email accounts malt? ? bans:
stronger than a doses large ones
evie? if they aggregate the same
totjal of depositar
?Thst'a vhy W6 afa eoQjitjrht.
ly; seeking new customers. We
.w*nt as wide d ri--1**'-*- e*4eh??
and customers ea possible.
Of course, large, accounts are
welcome, too, for lt la,our pur
po?s\ ta serve ALL people.
Bat we-went m eu and women
of. limited means to know that
tub- bank la ,willing to sccept
their deposita and ?ive thssi tho
advantage of our advice aast es*
ery faeillty of the iastitutics.
lt rou are hot a bank deposi
tor at all come in and get ac
quaint** wltr? U?.. We ^ ^
r;cd ta talk thins* ...... *ut.
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