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Now ls the Time to Get Kid ef These
There's no longer the slightest need
of feeling ashamed of your freckles,
as the prescription otbine-double
strength-ia guaranteed to remove
these homely apote.
Simply, get ap ounce of othlne
doable strefagthr-trom any druggist
and apply a- little of it hight and
morning and you should soon see that
even the worst freckles have begun
to disappear, while the lighter ones
have vanished entirely. It ls .seldom
that more than an ounce .s needed
to completely clear the skin and gain
a beautiful clear complexion.
Be sure to ask for the double
strength othlne as this is sold under
guarantee of money back it lt fails
to remove freckles.
A FARSTERS CHAUTAUQUA
WW Re Held at Heneen on July 22-96
For Oconee County.
The Rev. I. E. Wallace, a Presby
terial1 minister of Seneca, who seems
to ba one of the moving spirits be
hind the Oconee Farmers Chautau
qua, which will be held at-Seneca on
July 22-25, was a visitor in the city
Mr. Wallace came to Anderson pri
marily for the purpose of consulting
Secretary Whaley of the local cham
ber of commerce with reference to
the best plans of advertising the ap
proaching event at Seneca.
W. P. Stewart of Simpson ville bj
Here For a Few Ihtys.
W. P. Stewart, of Simpsonville, in
Greenville county, agent supervising
farm demonstration work in the third
and fourth congressional districts,
arrived in the city yesterday morn
ing and will spend a few days here
assisting Farm Demonstrator S. M.
Byars in familiarizing hlmse" with
his new situation.
They aro to make several trips in
to the country and meet with the
formers of varlouB sections. Plans
are being shaped up nov, for a farm
ers' rally in the city of Anderson
in the near future, when Mr. Byars
will have e. better opportunity for
meeting thb farmers of the county.
When cross, feverish ?nd sick
A ehild simply will not stop playing
to empty the bowels and the result is,
they become tightly clogged with
waste, liver gets slugglah, stomach
sours, then your little one becomes
cross, half-sick, feverish, don't eat,
sleep or act naturally, breath is had,
Bystem full of cold, has sore throat,
give "California Syrup of
Children love thia "fruit laxative,"!
and nothing elsa cleanses the tender!
stomach, liver and bowels so nicely,
stomach-ache or diarrhea. Liaten,
Mother! See if tongue ls coated, then
give a teaspoonful of "California Sy
rup of Figs," and in a few hours all
the constipated waste, sour bile and
undigested food passes out of the sys
tem, and you have a well, playful
Millions ot mothers give "Califor
nia Syrup of Figs" because it ia per
fectly harmless; children love it, and
tt never falla to act on the stomach,
liver and bowels.
Aak your druggist for n 50-cent bot
tle of "California Syrup of Figs,"
which haa full directions for babies,
children of all ages and for grown
ups plainly printed on the bottle. Be
ware, of counterfeits eold here. Get
the genuine, made hy "California Fig
Syrup Company." Refusa any other
kind with contempt
1 HEALTH i
x ? ii
I A Big Fea
of health giving
MUA. W. A. HUDGENS, El
.Mission. Study CI?HH.
The Mission Study Class will meet
this afternoon at four o'clock with
Mrs. O. M. Heard.
Miss Eleanor McUeegor of Spa'r
tanburg is visiting Mrs. Baylis
Mrs. Raymond Rogers of Bennetts
rllle is spending several days In the
city, the guest of Mrs. Frank Barton
and Mrs. Sam Craig.
MT. and Mrs. F. A. Carter, who
were married in Washington, Ga., on
tito 14tb, have arrived In the city,
and will go to housekeeping in a few
days in u cottage in College Heights.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Watkins are
lu Baltimore where Mrs. Watkins
will spend several weeks.
On Friday afternoon. April 23, at
3:30 o'clock, the Christian Growth
club of the First Baptist church will
have a sewing party in the basement
of the church. The things to be
made are for the Baptist Hospital In
Columbia, and following ls a list of
some of the things needed:
Tray covers, length 25 inches, width
19 inches; pillow cases, length 32
inches, width 22 inches; sheets, length
2 3-4 yards, width 2 1-4 yards, table
napkins, towels, counterpanes, blank
The material used for tray cloths
and pillow cases may be linen, cannon
cloth, or other goods used for such
The women of tho church will do
nate sheets, or the money to buy
them, so som., of the girls will be ask
ed to make them, but let every girl
who can, bring one small article to
make; also bring needle, thread,
thimble and scissors.
There will be games and refresh
ments, and o wry girl is asked to
bring one-half dozen sandwiches, one
lemon, and one-half cup sugar.
All girls of the congregation arc
A New Musical Club.
About twenty-five people interested t
In music, gathered at Mrs. C. S. Sul
livan's beautiful home on South
Main street yesterday afternoon and
organized a musical club. The meet
ing was full of interest and enthusi
asm and the members expect to get
much pleasure and benefit out
their club. A committee was ap
pointed to draw up the constitution
and by-laws. This committee was
composed of Mrs. J. F. Vines, Prof.
F. E. Goode, Miss Sara Stranathan,
Miss Robbie Wakefield and Mrs. C.
B. Earle. Officers vere elected as
follows: President, Mrs. Charles Sul
livan; vice , president. Miss Sara
Stranathan; secretary and treaaurer,
Mrs. R. R. King; director. Mr. E. ?
F. Goode. Mrs. Sullivan served a
dainty menu, after which the meetiug
was adjourned to meet again in two
weeks with Mrs. Sullivan at which
time a name will be decided upon and
the organization perfected. All mus
lo lobers in Anderson who are in
terested in or care for music are in
vited to join.
PAINTING WHITE WAT
The white ?ray posts are being
treated to a fresh coat of dark green ,
paint, which adds very materially to
their general. appearance. In fact,
one cannot appreciate the great Im
provement in the appearance of the
posts after painting unless he hap
pened along about the time the paint- I
or ls half through painting one ot the
columns and can compare the freshly
painted portion with thq old pot*
At Neals Creek.
Dr. John F. Vines will preach at
Neal's Creek church Sunday after
aoou at 4 o'clock. Tbe public is cor
dially invited to attend the services.
ture of Chautau
VRLES E B
physical adviser to Presid?
administration in Was
OF THE CHAUTAUQUA
ture on "Happiness."
ecture on "Health," \
i physical exercises.
To Cigarette Smokers
Camels have arrived ! Here is a cigarette
made of blended choice Turkish and
choice Domestic tobaccos that produces a
finer flavor, a better fragrance, than either
kind of tobacco smoked straight I
Camel Cigarettes will not sting the tongue
and will not parch the throat They do nd
leave any unpleasant cigaretty after-taste.
Compare Camels for quality, for flavor,
with any cigarette in the world 1 And
make your comparison today!
Please note that Camel packages contain
neither coupons nor premiums* Smokers
do not look for them, because they realize
that the cost of the tobaccos prohibits
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO C0V WiaatefrSdo*, N. C
eel! 20 tor 10c
If your thaler can't ?apply
you, ?md ?Oe for on* pasm
ase or $ t.00 for a carlon
often pmrlkmgms (200 cige -
rettee"), ?*nt pmotage pre
paid. IF af. er emet?ng one
packetgo ymm arm not de
lighted arith CAMELS,
return tho other nine pack
age* and a/a tvill refund
your dollar and postage.
NOSE CLOGGED FROM
A COLD OR CATARRH
Apply Cree* la Nostrils Ta
Open Up Air Passages.
Ah! What relief! Your clogged
?ostrlls open right np, the air pas
tages of your head are clear and you
mn breathe freely. No more hawk
ng, snuffling, mucous discharge,
?eadache, dryness-no struggling for j
jreath at night, your cold or catarrh
Don't stay stued up! Get a small
rattle of Ely's Cream Balm from your
lrugglBt now. Apply a little of this
'ragrant, antiseptic cream in your nos
rils, let lt penetrate through every
iff Ir passage ot the head; soothe and
ieal the swollen, inflamed mucous
nembane, giving you Instant relief.
Sly's Cream Balm ia just what every!
?old and catarrh Bufferer hes been |
leeklng.' Vs just splenddi.
[ESS DAY S
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s to 17th.
BASEBALL RESULTS. o
At New York 1; Washington 5.
At Cleveland 3; Detroit 6.
At Boston 7; Philadelphia C.
At Chicago 5; St. Louis 4.
At Brooklyn 6; New York 4.
At Philadelphia 8; Boston 4.
At Pittsburgh 8; Cincinnati 2.
At St Louis 9; Chicago 5.
At Newark 3; Brooklyn 0.
At Buffalo 3; Baltimore 0.
No other games scheduled.
South Atlantic League.
At Albany 6; Macon 2.
At Savannah 9; Augusta 3.
At Columbia 7; Charleston 8.
At Jacksonville 5; Columbus 7.
At New Orleans 16; Mobile 4.
. At Birmingham 1; Atlanta 2; ten
At Nashville 6; Memphis 4; thir
At Little Rock 3; Chattanooga 2.
Macon-Mercer 1; Vanderbilt 0.
University Florida 2; Aubrun 7.
Charlotees].! Ile- (Virginia 1; Geor
North Carolina 8; Navy 2.
Carolina League Opens Season.
WI NSTON . S ALE M. N. C.. April 22.
-The playing season of the Carolina
league opens today. The schedule In
cludes 120 games. Thc teams com
posing the league are Greensboro,
Asheville, Charlotte, Raleigh, Wlns
ton-Salem and Durham. ,
TRUCK IN DITCH
Big Machine Tesas Oil Company
Broke Through Bridge.
While returning to Anderson from
Greenville Wednesday morning with a
load of gasoline the big motor truck
ot the Texaa Oil company went
through a bridge which spans a
stream some seven miles oat 0%
The ace Idea t occured about 10
o'clock Wednesday morning and the
bia; machine remained la tao ditch
until about 8 o'clocl. that afternoon,
when it was gotten out and earn? on
home under Ita own power. Tho truck
waa nona the less for the experi
ence and was being driven about the
streets, aa usual yesterdav.
PIED FIFER OF HAMLIN
Over Fire Ho sd red Rats Slabs Tes*
terday at Farmhouse.
Frank J. Rhody lays no claims to
being a Pied Piper of Hamlin who cac
mtice the rats oat of the country with 1
Lhe magic playing of a pipe, but lie <
las a gang of oegroes working for i
tim who can put about as many rats i
>ut of the country by sheer force as J
Lhe wonderful Pied Piper cf Hamlin l
Irew away to the hills with his in
For the past several days Mr.
Rhody has been having a quantity of
::orn shredded at his placo nea-- the
Sltjr. The stalks have been otucked
under a shed since last fall, and yes
terday when tho farm hands began
taking the corn out for putting
through the shredder the rats began
to pile out by the score. Quick to
perceive the opportunity for great fun
in apprehending these ruts, the ne
groes set to work und durlug tho
course of the day slew over 500 ot tho
rodents. Several of the nogroea were
provided with gloves, and thoBo wno
had this protection did not hestltato
lo grasp rats in tholr hands und eith
er squeezo the ?!*e out of them or dash
them to death against the ground.
Here's the dryest Baking
Powder in the World
Y)0 you know what this means? It
' means better baking and more
economy in baking. Moisture in bak
ing powder destroys iti leavening pow
er. That is the reason whyordinarybak
ing powder goes stale on the grocer's
shelf. The moisture is extracted from
In addition to the infallible leavening power thus
insured, there is the economy of paying only for
the powder and not for the added weight of
Princine Pure Phosphate Baking Powder meets
alt the standards of every pure food law and,
what is more to the point, of such men at Levis
B. Allyn of Westfield, Mass., and Alfred W.
McCann, pure food expert of New York, who
endorse it with t'ie words " Excellent I " and
" Pure !" It better* your baking res ulta*-what
ever you bake.
Says Miss Princine
rrbdM coawt to kliUM <??t-H tb., 13*1 1 Vt., 90c. Vnhti
PuSl Sa>?ta? C-f-S t> Wini?. Ur? ctit'l gtl PrUclne si
roar gretci't. Mat) blt ?mm mU ttw?ri . SM. ttataU, .< wai 15J
itt K>b. cu?. Mitt Pri?tlM't Sltctil RtciM frtt .?.n rtqtcM.