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The New Naval Advisory Board of Inventors
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"TB" FOR TIRED
SORE, ACHING FEET
Ahl what relief. No more tired feet;'
no more barning feet, swollen, bad smeU
a;, sweaty feet. No more pain in ooma
louses or bunions. No matter what
ails your feet
or what under
the ' sun you're
tried without
getting relief,
just uso "TIZ."
"TIZ" draws
out all tfie poi
Bone? is exuda
tions which puff
up the feet;
"TIZ" ia mag
leal; "TIZ" Hi
rvand; "TIZ"
will eure your
foot troubles BO
vou'U never fitnp or draw up your faea
in pain. 9> Your shoes won't seem tight
?nd your feet will never, never hurt or
get sore, ?wollen or tired.
Oct a 25 cent box at any drug or
denartinent atore, and set relief.
TES! TUE ANDEKSON THEATRE ]
V?LSPAR
:. .v.ui.'.-. ?' ?
.Tho varnish that won?t tern
white"
T& rarafsb will stand any
test fro? rain water to bolling
hot water. That, we think,
shoetd prove, that Valipar will
not turn* white.
Ii tH Guaranteed not to tarn
white.
Anderson Paint &
Cc?or Co.
132 Neills Main Street.
Pbooe 647.
I
I
ore, AJ3:WEB?>TI?;.>.
Uniform Dress For Womeu.
(Pittsburgh Dispatch.)
Once moro the Idea of a uniformed
dress for women is sprung, thia time,
not as a silly season suggestion, but
as a result of tho exigencies of tho
war. In Germany women aro boing
advised by the governing powers to
retain the tight shirt, because it will
help to economizo in cloth an dahl in
conserving tho cotton supply needed
for military purposes. In England a
Women'3 War Economy '?aguo v.as
been formed, whicr is urging women
to curb expenditure In following the
fashions, and Rochfort Maguire, a
former member ot parliament, has
proponed that the beat way would bo
to adopt a uniform dress and hat.
Women have a uniform riding habit,
be urges, why not a uniform walk
tog, '.?ouse or evening dress? To
which John Coller, the artist, replies
that uniformity ot cut does not mean
economy, as Instance men's clothes,
which msy range from one extremo,
of cost to tho other.
Lady Wtmborv, head the Econ
omy League, think? Maguire's. Idea
Will meant but impractical, as a
man's point o? vier/ on t'-e subject
must be. Sh? is supported by other
members, who. tlilnk economy can
nest be attained by using Judgment in
material. They say that, however
wtdcume such relief irorm the exac
tions of fashion would bc women are
willing slaves and would never re
nounce their chains. The economy
league ia evidently strong on theory
and short on practice.
He Married lt.
"Do you believe that there to really
faoraething which can Invariably tell
vnen a man ls lying."
"I know it."
"Ah. perhaps you haye, seen one of
thf instruments?"
"Seen ono? I married ono."-Th?
Pathfinder.
YK8! THE ASDKRSOX THIttTRE
"PEG (F MY HEART"
TO BEJfJDERSON
One of the Most Delightful Come
dies of Recent Years W?l
Give Performance.
Oliver Morosco's delightful produc
tion of thc J. Hartloy Manners com
edy "Peg O' My Heart." arith Miss
Rca Martin and New York cast will
'ho the attraction.. et The Anderson
theatre, Friday night, October IC.
Tho refreshing wild Irish rose j
with .her natural exuberance, effer
vescent wit and humor, will come to
captivate local audiences.
Peg la a brou? of a girl-a capti
vating rascal-crudta from the old
soil which she rambled over in a cart
at the ' tail of which nor socialistic
father had exeat od for "Ireland and
Liberty." Then came "America, and
hiter England and a '-c-rao with ber
dead mother's family, amid the aris
tocratic grandeur and artificiality
of an .English household where she
ls. to he polished and. made a lady
of. As the story goss, she does most
or thc polishing, as a sample of tho
dialogue .will thow: vis., "My nama
is Pep; that's what me father calls
me," she tells her austera aunt Hrs.
Chichester: "I shall call you Mar
garet." Peg: "Then it won't be my
fault if I'm not there." Peg: "Ha ha.
I'd love to take Alaric hom? ?nd ahow
him to mo father." She laughs at
the fatuous sissy of a son. of Mrs.
Chichester. "I forbid you to apea/:
of your father," warps the snobbtsl
aunt. "You colt casting up mo fath
er to me. I don't ccst up your ?on
to you." Tableau in which the S>?J
laughs int spite of - himself. Peg:
.Motheii.mod, motherhood, ls UT Sum
and mo father knows moro about
mothcrho'jd than., yon do,"-this to
her apnt.
Then follows a conversation with
Ethel, a cousin ?f Pcg'e and the
daughter cf Mrs.. Chic/:?stor, a
haughty, unnatural and unreal girl
with little or no idea of the world.
Peg: "What you need is a baby in
your arms instead-of that dog. Sure
and a do? could never bo president
of the Uultdo Slates, but a child
might grow up to bo." Hasty depar
ture of tho cousin--Fog: "One of us
giris has been brous' -1 up all
wrong."
Later to Jerry, tho young English
baron, thc only one in the new house
who befriends Peg, "No, indeed, they
won't make a lady out .of mo If I can
he'p it." Dut in the? end Peg emerg
es quito a lady and becomes the lady
fair '.O the prlnco charming willi both
title and money, and the story ends
aa all good plays should, with every
body happy.
Geisberg'? Potato Chips Fresh,
and Crisp Daily, Phone Nc. 733.
YES! THE ANDERSON THEATRE
SAGE TEA OMENS
HAIR ?O M SHAPE
Don't Stay Gray! Here's an
Old-time Recipe that Any
body can Apply.
The use of Sage and Sulphur for
restoring faded, gray hair to its nat
ural color dates back to grandmoth
er's time. She used it to keep her'
hair beautifully dark, glossy and
abundant. Whenever-her hair fell out
or took on that dull, faded or streak
ed appearance, this simple mixture
was applied with wondeiMJ effect.
But brewing at home ls muny and
out-of-date. Nowadays, by asking at
any drug store for a CO-cent bottle of
"Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Hair
Remedy," you will got this famous
old recipe whi^h can be depended op
on to restore natural color and beau
ty to the hair and is spehdld for
dandruff, dry. feverish, itchy scalp
and falling hair.
? A well-known downtown, druggist
says lt darkens the hair se naturally
and evenly that nobody can tell lt
has been applied. You simply dam
pen a sponge of soft brush with lt
and draw this through your hair, tak
ing one strand at a tune. By morning
the gray hair disappears, and after
another application or two, it becomes
beautifully dark, glossy, soft and
kbundant.
YOU CAW SAVE MONEY BY I-1 #I?MJ??W_
WEA??iitf G W. IL DOUGLAS SHOES I FOR MEN J^^?Sg
VALUE GUARANTEED I ^ ' UFTuRlan
For 32 years W. L. Doutas name has stood for shoes / {?\ U o^LJ?J^^
of the highest standard of tonality for tho price. His f w L aaurufir
name ana thc pries stamped on the bottom guarantees iL*- ?|?t ?VA'S ' PUT TO
full value. They tr* the best known shoes in the world. EOT . w?*. WORK PECCINO
W. L. Doujlr.s shoes ore made or thc most carefully . ?y 2EARr OP ACE*
selected leathers, after thc latest models, ina well equipped ??j^m^ jr U FMyf\)Ri NO* iii
factory at Brockton, Mass., under the direction and per- ^^^^p*^/J l87?i A N ? 18
soaal inspection of a, most perfect organization and the ?mtf^Py%^ CESTMAKEROP
highest paid skilled shoemakers; all working with an honeat j?^^ WM^, 93^93%o* ND ?4.
determination to make tho best shoes in the world, ^^^?^^Ji^^^^06^1^^!^
W. L. Douglas $3.00 and $3.60 shoes ^eJ^^^^^^^^iT^^^^^^^^>^K2oy^^ shoe*, ?
just as good for style, fit nnd wear as other ^^l/jW^ . ^^^M^wS^W^Mu^^1^
makes costing $4.00 to $5.00, the onJy^HSjjr * ^^^HwHw WorM'
perceptif ?^?^^^^ is the ^^^^
B. FLEESHMAN & BROS. - ^ANDERSON, S. c!
The United Btatea hns selwd t . mffnAT? A Tl A MU Capital and Sarplo? $l?5,OW.00
Ha?tien customs." yo? unteored th.. CHIl illK A RANK Collections ?hen Careful Attention
mun. "How ahiurdl" scoffed. ..tUe VlllVUlX/l UfillU Kui""n A. Smyth, Jno. A. Htidgens,
sweet young thing. Just as if wy Dft1T C f President Cushier,
want .to adopt the customs of BU.-I. rClZer, J. L. K. E, TolUson, Asst. Cashier.
uniYilly people."-llufTulo Kxprcns. , _ , _ . ." .,. ,, - ,. , ? . - - ?
?I mtmrn !?? i.iMfwwm i m IIMMHIIII.niniiinirmn VIIIII>?>IHI?B mi umimniiiM ? mil i II IIWIH mi ??III? wiaim^w
T V% ?Hl /f^l ??\ *\\ T TT^ Represent the utmost service,
li I BJr U ^h, fi n 5%l EM safety, mileage and pleasure
r livc/? I UiiL s*^5j Au,o-vs
mPQ TODb AUTO SHOP
Opposite The Palmetto j
N. Main.
1THE YEAR'S GRANDEST AND BEST HOLIDAY I
ANDERSON C I K.C U S I
FRIDAY Q C X . 2J2j
BARNUM BAILEY
GREATEST SHOW OK EARTH
Admission ticket? and reserved grand stand chairs will bc on sale circus day at EVANS* PHAR
MACY NO. 1. Prices exa-Ttly the same charged ot the ?how grounds.

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