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The Heat Decides
that it's up to you to seek relief. You can get it here in abundance in these cool Union Suits $1.00 to $2.00 We carry the celebrated "FAULTLESS" PAJAMAS in a nice assortment of styles and kinds. $1.00 to $3.50 TL. Cely Co. "Under Hotel tbJqooIg." The Neatness of the Bobby Coiffure. There ll a certain pretty primness about the Bobby coiffure, besides its suggestive ot youthfulness, to account for Its ever-growing success. This partlculsr style is developed In several a sys but all of them are, first of all, neat. In them tho hair seems to be carefully arranged and put In place to stay.in'place. One cannot Imagine lt blown about. It is, in fact, pinned down with many small pine and furth er confined with a hair hand of some sort This manner et dressing it helps the coiffure to' fulfill what is required ot lt. Of course this quality of neat ness carries with lt the Impression of refinement In this style the hair at th? sides is either cut short or dressed in such & way. as to appear "bobbed." It la ?aid the hair ls benefited by being cropped, if lt is thin, so that those whole locks ara scanty msy sacrifice soma of them to the style without regret But where the hair is abun dant this ls not to be considered. The cleverness of the hairdresser must be relied upon to dispose of the extra length by curling under the ends, or by combing them out of the way and, lubitltuting some acquired short hair for them. This is nae of the styles In which long hair ls more difficult to handle, than 6hort. hair. And lt in vites the use of extra pieceB because they need only tr JO very light and are easily adjusted. In the picture given here the Coiffure li shown with the hair waved and part ed at one side. The ends ?re turned under and pinned op to make the bobbed effect A bind of velvet rib bon holds the hs ir about the face In place. If short enough the hair may be turned under acron the back or arranged in a series of puffs. Longer nslr ls colled or braided and pinned low, against the crown. . JULIA BCTTOMLEY. FRAME FOR THE SILHOUETTE Bast te Preserve Old-Time Style fer Wall Decorations-Hard to Improve Upon. Should you possess an old sil houette without a. frame, and desire to properly preserve lt under glass, do not mske the mistake of putting a modern setting about lt. Avoid clean, white mats and new-looking molding Preserve as much of the time-hon ored yellow background as possible and put an antique-looking oval or square frame of dull gilt about lt, as frames of this-kind are characterstic of the period when silhouettes we-s in vogue. Black frames ar? also in, good taite, bot do not give the look of antiquity io wei) simulated by the dull gilt ' In treating the silhouette in any way it mutt be remembered that this form of art li old? and its. Immediate en vironment must be th keep?ig in order to presere Its charm. Blue Ridge Railway Co., Announce! Very Low Rates for the Follow* in g Occasion, From Anderson, S. C. Birmingham, Ala. and Retara Account Sunday School Congress (Colored) June 9-i4th $12.45 Tickets on sale June 7, 8 and 9, limited to return June 17, .915. : [ _ ? Nashville, Tenn, and Retara Account Peabody College Summer School June 17th August ?8th, 1915 *12.TO Tickets on sale June ' 5, 16, 17, 18? 21, 26, July 22nd, 23rd, and 26th 1915, limited to return 15 days from date of sale. , - Knovilles Tenn., and Retara Account Summer School of the South, University of Ten nessee, June 22nd, July 30th, 1915 $8.2? Tickets on ?tte June 20, 21, 22, 26, 27, July 2, 3, 10, and I7tfau 1915, Tickets limited fifteen days from d*te of sate for retummg. ORDER IN WHICH STREETS WILL BE PMIEDJRRAN6ED OF THOSE TO BE PAVED WITH ASPHALT WEST MARKET FIRST M'DUFFIE WILL BE THE NEXT Kivcr and Calhoun Streets Next and Will be Paved at the Same Time. Of the streets to be paved with as phalt West Market street will be thc first. This street was designated by the street paving commission, which met at 6 o'clock Friday afternoon. ! As Boon as the work on Market street ls completed work will bo com menced on McDufDe street, to extend lal) the way from Hampton to Green ville .with the exception of that part in the immediate business section which is now paved with belgian blocks. Next to McDuffle street comeB I Ri v street and Calhoun street these streets to.be on equal basis, that i?. The work to bc carried on on those two streets st the same time. 1 When Chairman Horton called the ; meeting of the commission to order yesterday afternoon he staled that the plumbers are anxious to know what I streets are to be paved first so that they can concentrate on those streets ?in making gas, water and sewer con nections, as required by an ordi nance recently passed by the city council. It wa6 pointed out that the material to bo used by the traction company in raving their tracks will not be* here for some time, certain ly not until the asphalt plant Is ready to begin operations, and on thin account lt is necessary to designate some street or streets not occupied by the car tracks to begin work on. I?, was stated that West Market street was nearer ready for paving th.T any other street in the city, because ce ment drains have replaced the old rock drains an:' because the plumb ing work on this street is more ad vanced than on any other street. This being the case the commission voted to begin work on Market street, tho work to be continued until the street ls paved to Maxwell avenue. Incor porated In the same motion wan in structions that work be taken up next on McDuffle street,-and then on River and Calhoun streets. .. Tho discussion before the- commis sion wac, only- with regard to asphalt paving, because a separate force will put down the brick paving on Main street The paving on Main street ls to be commenced just as soon as the contractors get ready to begin. All of the commlsBlopors want Main street paved as quickly as possible, and it ls highly probable that this work will be taken up while the as phalt is being laid on the first street -West Market street It depends on the time the traction company re ceives Ita mater!?! to begin paving the tracks on Main street. The com missioners ask that the plumbing contractors bear this in mind, and that they do all the work possible on Main street both North and South, Just aa soon as they can, but giving West MarKat street preference, be cause work will certainly begin on ?his street first of all. It is highly Important, in the opin ion of the commmlssioners. that an iron clad ordinance be paused pro hibiting the cutting ot paving for any reason, to make water, gas, sewerage or any other kinds of connections, certainly not within 10 years. The matter was thoroughly discussed, and it is the opinion ot all commission ers that the paving can not be cut during a period of 10 years unless a permit ls procured from the city engineer, and for this permit Sion must be paid. The commission der sires tho city council to amend its ordinance accordingly. Because of .the extra heavy traffic and because of the fact that the First Baptist church ls located on Manning street the paving commission decid ed to invite petitions for paving from the property holders on. thlv street, between River street and East Whli ner street It ls highly probable that the-pro ceeds from the sale of the street pav ing bonds, approximately 982,500 which Includes secured Interest will ge available today. The commission yesterday afternoon adopted a resolu tion Instructing the treasurer, Mr. D. A. Led better, to deposit $6,00 of this amount In the Dime Savings Bank, the balance to be divided equally be tween the Bank of Anderson, the Farmers nd Merchants Baak.'the Peo ples bank and the Citisens National beak. S According to an agreement reached with the bankers the deposits are to bear Interest; at the rate of three per cent per annum at the ex piration of four months, the average deposit for each SO days to be the basis la computing the Interest City Engineer Sanders stated to the commission that he has received a telephone mecage from h te South ern Paving construction company, and that General Superintendent Graney and Mr. Merla, traveling salesman, will ?each Anderson, next Wednesday. Laar.- Back. . I Ame back is usually due to rheu matism of tho muscles ot the back. Hard working people are most likely to suffer from lt Relief may be had by massaging th? back with Chamber lain's Liniment two or three times a day. Try lt Obtainable tv^ry^ere. S?IAC?^^ . - . ======= AX FIRE SALE ===== Why put off buying your Summer Clothing, Shirts, Underwear, Shoes, Hats, etc., longer? Our stock is very complete, and on account of our Fire Adjustment Sale which is now going on, we can save you Big Money on your Summer Needs. We have already satisfied hundreds of thrifty buyers who are wise enough to take advantage of this wonderful opportunity You see we made a good settlement with the Fire Insurance Companies, and we are giving our customers the benefit of our good fortune; then again the goods we are sellmg-are PER FECT in every detail, the only difference is in price. PALM BEACH SUITS ^Xa??nuine $5.00 New Goods Arriving Daily ^j0^gl??? new and fashionable Suits, which sold regularly for $15.00 and $12.50, which we are selling now at.!.$10.00 We will sell all of this stock out at these tremendous sacrifice fire sale prices, and re-open with brand new goods The above is from a picture of the crowds leaving this store last Saturday. Every day there is a stream of satisfied customers leaves this store like this picture. Get in linc! R W. TRIBBLE THE UP TO DATE CLOTHIER -\ ... - rM . . i Eat Lets and Take Salts for Kidneys Take a Glass of Salto if Your Back Hurts or Bladder Bothers. -The American men and women must cuard constantly against Kid ney trouble, because we eat too much and all of our food 1B rich. Our blood is filled with uric acid which the kid neys strive to Alter out. they weaken from overwork, become sluggish; the eliminative tissues clog and the re sult ls kidney trouble, bladder weak ness and a general decline in health. When your kldneya feet like lumps of lead; your back hurts or the urine IB cloudy, full of sediment or you are obliged to seek relief two or three times during the night; if you suffer with sick headache or dlssy, nervous spells, acid stomach, or you have rheumatism when the weather is bad? get from your pharmacist about four ounces of Jad ?Balts; take a ta blespoonful In a glasn of water before breakfast for a few days and your kidneys will then act fine. Thia famous salts is made from the acid of grapes and lemon juice, combined with 11 thia, and baa been used for generations to flush . and stimulate -logged kidneys; to neutralise the acids In the urine so lt no longer ls a source of irritation, thus emil cg bladder disorders. Jad Salta is inexpensive; caa not Injure, makes a delightful efferves cent ltthia water beverage, and be longs In every home, because nobody can make a mistake by having a good kidney flushing any' time. A -CORBECTlOK There are lota ot people who are. never satisfied to let well enough vinne. Take the case of an ad of R. W. Triable, which ?npoarod in Fri day's Semi-Weekly, which offered il f..00 and $12.50 suits or $10.00. Thc proof-Pvader thought ho knew .?otter, PO he went Mr. Trlbble (not .he pro.'orblal "one better," bnt) nine better, and made the price fl.00. Of course, everybody knows that, even if this IS a "Fire Sale." Mr. Trlbble can not sell $15.00 suits for one dolla**. He'would be delighted to get 'em st that price.'.However, those who .get these .brand new suits at $10:00 will no doubt be tickled to death with their bargain. See the ad In thia Issue; there aro other good values mentioned in this same announcement. How Jars, narrad Get Rid ef Her Stomach Trouble. "I suffered with stomach trouble for years and tried . everything I heard ot, bat the only relief I got waa temporary until last spring I saw Chamberlain's Tablets advertised and orr .rared a bottle ot them at our drug -.tore. J got Immediate relief trout that dreadful heavtaeas after eating ard from pain tn the stomach." writes Mrs. Linda Herrod. Fort Wayne, Ind. Obtainable everywhere. r" BRITISH BATTLESHIP SUNK IN DARDANELLES British battleship Goliath which was torpedoed and sunk In the Dardanelles, several hundred lires be Winthrop College. SCHOLARSHIP and ENTRANCE EXAMINATION The examination for the award of vacant scholarship in Winthrop Col lege and for the admission of new students will he' hold at the County Court House on Friday? July 2, at ? a. m. Applicant? must not be less thsn sixteen years of ago. When Scholarships are vacant after Joly 2 they will be awarded to those making the highest average at this examina tion, provided they meet the' condi tions governing the award. Appli cants for Scholarships should write to President Johnson before the ex amination for Scholarship examina tion blanks. Scholarships aro worth $100 and free tuition. The next 'scanlon will open September 16, 1916. For further Information and catalogue, address D. B. Johnson, Rock Hill, 8. C. Best Thing fer a Bilious Attack. "On account of my confinement in the printing office I have for years boen a chronic sufferer from; indiges tion and liver trouble. A few weeks ago I had an attack that was so se vere, that I was not able to KO to the case tor twp da:?. Falling to get any relief from any other treatment. I took three or Chamberlain's Tablets and the next day I felt like a new man." writes H. C. Balley, editor Car olina Nows, Chap?n, 8. Cv Obtainable everywhere. Low Round-trip Rates for Everybody Offered by the ? SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY "The Progressiva Railway of the Sonta." To Richmond, \(a.-Annual Reunion. United Confederate us, June 1-3. 1915. To Birmingham, Ala.-Grand Lodge, 1. O. O. F,, May 10-13, 1915. To Birmingham, Ala.-Sunday School Congi; (.st Convention (Colored), June 9-14, 1915. Tc San Francisco and San Diego, Salif.-Panama national Exposition, and Panama-California ?xpf|^H To Houston, Tex.-Southern Baptist Conven ? Sociological Congress, May 12-19, 1915. To Athens, Ga.--Summer School, U".versify of ( 28-July 31, 1915. For specific rate, schedules or other infer, BOARD Agents or write C, S. COMPTON, T. P. A., S. A. L. Rwy., Alst. C Atlanta, Ga.