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Neglect of Iipj5o*t*Bl ???c*krn
Hay Serious!)- Impair '
There are many pcdplo who believe
they suffer from indigestion when
their discomfort-ls du?.to a conotl
pated condition. :
Bloat, with ita -attendant mental dc
prcij H ion, oleU-hcadacho, ? fch'e belching
bf sour stomach i gases, etc., aro tre.
latently duo to Inaction pi the bow
oin. Believe tho congestion and tho
tronido usually disappears. Tba
use of cathartics and ' purgative?
should bo avoided, bowover, as, these
ubock the system unnecessarily and,
at best, their effect its but tempo*
rary. A mild lnxpiivo Is far pre
ferable.'- .'. .- -- <
The. compound pf - simple laxativo
h?u'?a inuwn aa Dr. Caldwell's Syrup
Pepsin and sold in drug stores for
fifty cents a IwrttRv la highly 'recoil
mended. The^:Jfenj?^i Bassin, ?SO
Madison St., dary. Ind., thinks Djry
Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin a" wonderful
medicino ; for four years he hj& 4
Vero cane of indigestion, .and con
stlpa'.lon before trying Dr. Caldwell's
Syrup Pepsin, which"1 he- ls gHad to
recommend to ail v'ho Buffer with
r.tomach, am! bowel trouble.
% 00??? ot Dr. Caldwells Syrup
Pepsin should be in every homo for
US? when occasion arises. A trie!
bottle, free bf charge', can be obtain-!
ed by idling'to Dr. W. ?B. Cald
woll, 4C4 - Washington St., Monticello,
Mr. H. Ii.
Billard Enlists fe Kospk
, tal Corps.
Mr. H. L. Dillard. Who lia.- been
employed by the management ot .the
Anderson theatre an ?i who ' hay been
the local Charlie Chaplin impersona
tor, has enlisted in tho United States
army and leavea this ' morning for
Greenville. ^Ftom tif??q. he.-WiU. J&o
to Columbus, Ohio,'.where ito enters
training preparatory to being asalgn
cd to tho .hospital corps.
MT. Roy Black, recruiting oflieer,
bas been spending tho past several'
daye in Anderson.
Try a bo* o?: Nspm^y'? Choc
Mfr 'c?&?-'2 Wi v
Ib., packages. Vanilla and Tot.
ti Fn?fit? ^. ^. ^0wl' 0ri? "Co.: :
l^^^^^^^^^^^l (^?^1^ yo?
i!| aBMHffl- The ontykmd of jniarrmt?e worth while Is
IHMM KIK^aaMB? -one which unconditionally gureniee*; you
BH llieaBafBl' completesatisfaction or yourin.aney back.
% ffl 19199 WSL Tiiat .> tue Und of guarantee under which
f^HI ' .! VA1BURA .
?.^tJ^fiS: IMBgSff8?*-.-.Y^ ? ?fi&tk t^mnotioott or Matal Hoofs, of use it
^CTST?^ . oayQurFarmMaeIt?d<^
T^Rf^' or t?rnilar work and tf it feils to serve to your
entire Satt^ion the. I*fot costs you nothing.
' VALDUR? is remarkable paint, !t ts. absolutely ?urn mineral asphalt,
ft doesnot <^^hVco?^c^tftt^ ^o^^c|^^o?l or ?^^^g^8^
?^^^St??^^w?i a?ifo?|?^agBildet ai*l atrS^m^a"to test, ts? '
coavinco y*u VA&DUK? d?aryeiViW.i^miwe, . .
'Phone 647 ??
North Main Street
astiffy whopf# ?ovo you mouey cn anything in tho Watch line. I
O F mm
Our interest? Ja your lniereat ?ee thia wobderfui value which
'\- elliot'bo duplicated hero in Anderson.
?baiter H.l^ese^^o. -
. -;;:.v2::.L?Ket *<w;3eSveIei^
THU V^irtliiSiwiiii M'II?'I?
?This.'couSif f/rls ; In,;' a. ?ham cf tilly unprepardd c o?idi??ovv:
said a Patriot, the Other day. '-^W?r? I
? ? ' -
bt?Mt?oice premium -quarterly,. or;?nVi?ally? V ; . , : 4
- . ' -
rUf?: irtsuran??? .'.*-ec?rdetfs'the .p(h^--^p^VWfel^r^
il mmstY |
Mr. and Mrs. Allen D. Keytfair
are expected home today, and will go
to housekeeping at once in the pretty
nov,- bungalo^,on East River
,fcext to qgi J. D. Rast.
,L?$e fa}*? SBS&i EntertainB.
; ^ ^Bf?5r..do??0p?ul n?rty for little
"jftig^Xor the- we<jk waa, given on Mon
Hay. afternoon ny alls* 'Ruth Johnson
Bjt?'h?r homo en South' Mein, street..
About twenty-five guest wore present
:\ud/'? very happy afternoon waa
gtyent playing gamest after which ?
dainty sweet .course *as e-orved and
.ejjck che teri with vwy cordial good
wishes' for the attractive you ny hos
te??'. ... *
Fer Miss Lavinia Klnnrd.
Miss Virginia Gilmer entertained
alx Kirln at an eloaant course sunner
oo.:Thuj?dfty evening ipfhouhr "of
Klifs. Levium? Kinara, .wno leaves on
Saturday for a visit to Black Moun
tain. From there she will 'go to
^wbcryy* where, th?>y wlll make their
futuro homo. . Miss Kinaird ts very
popular with a urge circle of friends:
hire,, and it was ihst a few of these
who were the guest for Thursday
cvcnln;;. Tho GHmer i?>mo was un.
usually bright and attractive with
cut flowers and brilliant lights, the
decorations-of the supper tr bio being;
\ery effective. ' Those invited fot;
the ovealng;.; were:' Miss Charles'
Townsond, K0S8 Lavinia Klnard,
.Miss Marcile Guest, Miss Mabel DH
ILnghara, Miss Carol Cox, MIBS Hazel
Murphy, and Miss ' Margie Skelton.
- Miss Ma-ry Matheson of ??artwell,;
Ca., arrived yesterday afternoon
from Greenville, and is the guest.]
of'Miss LouiseAdams for a few days!.
.Miss Adams will entertain at a small
-informal sewing party in her honor
Mrs; J. K; Dickson of Ocal a, Pia.,
ls? visiting relatives hero. ^
[jw and Mrs? W./J. Ellis who
have been vlsi Ubi;, - sir. sj?d Mrs...
Chas. Ellis went to Anderem this j
week to visit their daughter, Mrs.
Rulph Ramer. They witt r&iurn, here
today ; to spend several days before
going to their home In "Winston-Sa
lem.- Greenville Piedmont. >?
. CMtra. Eugene Bates has returned
ttota a visit to her brother. Mr. W.
S. Dreaseale in Anderson-Greenville
? ? ' -.- ! '
Hhs Major "Wins.
Miss Emma Major won the medal
offered by Miss -.Zenobia Welch,
! teacher ot music, tor tnsfelng the
! cr oat e Dt progress of any pupil of the j
i class. A very Interesting recital
Was gtveq yesterday, afternoon by
:W8's;;We?c^%-.t?sis.; ?. , I,
Mrs. Lissie Falls, of Richmond,
Va., .io visiting Mrs. Harris Mc
Gee ? -
Mrs. John L. Crone left ycstejdaj
for j Lexington . Ky*., for a two -w???j
visit to relatives'
Mr. and Mrs. P. ? C. Smith have
gone to Cohlsy Springs, ?. C., to
ti pend tho summor '
.' Mm. c. V. Boyles, who has spent j
several weeks at'"tho ;-home of Mrs.
TSR. Roper:Oh McDnfile 'street, leav
es today for Columbia whare she
will.-"oin her husband. As advertising
i and bales manager of the Popel Cola
company Mr. Boyles < ?pende much, of
,'hls time in Anderson, where he-and
' Vt?z S Boyles have i ma de .many friends.
'They'will rotura hero af tho end Of
the summer. ?
. . Miss SDJ-ah Prince lias gone
Greenville wher? she joins Mlsg I?epe
Prince add they will spend a few*
v days with relatives ? |||
'Mr. J. C. Babb of; laurena spent
&pt?;v??*jt&:'$ti'.:; Sttitlvan was a
business -visitor in the city yester
I. Mesa ra, J. R /Millar of Kew York;
and B. C. Bliss of Alter bury, Mass.,
were jewelry drumm^fea .In; A^ferv
!?I I . *7.oo Nettie ion 's,, ?ow .
5.5o Grades, now .. .
5.00 Grades, now .. .
4.50 Grades, now ...
??J 4.00 Grades, now . . .
B 3.50 Grodes, now . ..
Bi '3.00 Grades, now .
g. ,2.5o Grades, now ,. .
$3.5o Grades, now
' 3.00 Grades, now
2.30 Grades, nov;
v 2.00 Grades, now
M?S&???m r'nrnri km
AT THE CHURCHES
,H. Gibb o ii ey.
? Services tbtt Trinity Sunday, June
8:00' a.; Mearoo: Hot*/ Eucharist.
lOn&^-Sundsry Behool and BUblo
lt:30^Mofpl?g prayer and ?fir
I mon. ' '
No afternoon acrvlco on Sunday..
Friday, 5:00 p. m.- Evening pray?
. Saturday, Feast o?;St. John the
[itlst, 10:30 a. m., tho Holy Eb.*
gt, JolmVM. E. Chorea. '
? Rev. J. W. Speako/ pastor.
Sunday school at-10. a. tn., S. h,
' Morning service at 11:30.
-, Evening service at 8:30.
Dr. J. P. M?ifett of Due West
P"^ ?^??.0?. ... .j:
Central rt'resb-ivrian CUarch.
. Sunday, school .at ,10:15,
Morning service, at 11:30.
/ Subject cf sermon: "How is One
Mado. Right With Godr
lirerUng service at 8:30.
/ Subject of Bqirbx?n: "The MlUeolusa,
iv it, "Wh$b Will it Como?*
., y?? cordially invite you to worship
with us. s : '
ii The seMces . aV^tba .'First. ?resby
tttfi*eburob < wlll be bald as;/ tal?;
.'.Sabbath, school at ten o'clock, un
der, the dlrectlob of the superinten
dent. Mr.; E.-W. Brown.
.The pastor^?ov?.! W-.; H. Fraser, D.
D;, w}ir.pfcacb morning and oven':
. The Christian Endeavor Societies
|?rtU/m?et as follows: Junior Society
kl S ?'ctpck and. Senior Society nt
.A verr cordial Invitation te extend?
edi to the pub He to worship at any
?nd ntl of theyr, services. Thora will,
bo special music ? at night by ? fa
mefcs^ a?arrtette ot. the city. , k
^^OmBle H?&o?fet church,
v South Ms>in ; wSlt? - Sunday. Juno
'wfm?f?b?*y school at io o'clock.
who b*s been at ?Vpff?rd for -past
three y?af? prep?i'l'ag bimset for the
?ini^f ^?m^t?ij?e? be may bavo ?
fife*^.^niregattetb. boar alia O?*
day .morning. CPi^W* day exer
^m ^f?l take-fMi? vre&cMntf
V<JbJWen,? B^#*W'/ .^....?ebs?rvea
Sunday, the -'?ti?i^A .''UkliiB plac,'*
mencln? ax. 8 OT?IOOK. Tn??WjWW?'
tove ^been , ^^^^ r?r tb*
-YOU WjELL ?&
fe for your fctfw SI
. ... 3.35
.. .. .. .. ;y? .- ?.7S j
.\ ...... 1.95
...... .. 2i?5
.. . . 3&S
E CHARGED OR
the pastor, John E. White. JJ
"Wherein Christ Fells.* il
8:30-Public worship, connon
tho pastor: subject: "When It Was
.1:30-Executive committee meet
ing bf the Woman's Missionary so
5:00-Regular monthly meeting of
the Women's Missionary society. Of
ficers for the new year will be elect
ed, and every member ls ?urged jto be.|
present. ~ " . '
8:30-Prayer and - praise service,
lcd by the pastor. '
The public is cordially invited to
he present and worship with us at
all these services
People are learning that s little
vtorethought often saves ; them a big
expense, Har? is an instance: E. W.
Archer, Caldwotl. Ohio, says: "I do
not believe that our family has been
without Chamberlain'? Colic, Cholera
[ and Dlarr?.?ea Remedy since wo ?o.m
?nenced keeping hour/* years ago,
When wo go on an oxtonded . visit wo J
Uk* lt with us." Obtainable every-,
where.- t > ij??-tf$
[ ? ' : at -.
means al!< ijs the enmiorfc of your
' glasses. Th tr is why I often hoar
; the. pleasing remark "1 >r, ; Campo?tU;
* am .delighted with ' my ...gasses/' 1
IsM taO''i??tt<Satlon.for thia remark tn
the oxaialnatlon. room,.li being equip
ped with tho very latest appliances
: that selene* ha*.Inparted, to ?aa tor
making a dlfforestlal diagnosis ot
: your eye trouble. hM^-0^\^m?t. 1?;
etimfn?tca. Thon being able te -'eater
: hito: tft? Spirit Qt ?no 'having \ ey*
trouble same nature as yours, IdJWg?:
sud svind ?iie glasses to pfea&f?i?
\ ?djus? Ithem to Itho contour ot tho
; .n?rV?aW$oa ??nlddt got" better in
' -?s^- :Wk1nr 1*
St's to your interest anjt^eolpm;
to read my ids every /de^v/. ? guar
; s^le# :ev<ry word.t?9&:;v !..y;
,. V,, , T
Mi?"U g uiMI i pin |H.
ARE MON EY
hoes Tbd?yv The reductions we
i seeing about .
I 'WOM?N ; ll
I S6.00 Grades,'now . s . ...?',- ??4:?5 gi
5.00 Grades, now . . . , . . . .' .. . 3.95 H
4.5o Grades, now .V.*. 3.48
14.oGrades, 'now ... .... ............ 3.00 ; 1 . ^
3.5b Grades, now .. ... ,....2.05
3*00 Grades, now,....2.75 B
2.5o Grades, n'dw .. .. '. .1,05 B
2.0O Grades, now1 .. ...... ... .1.65 fl
1.50 Grades, now ...... 1.25 g
$3.00 Grades, now. i... ? ?$2.65 ? ? :
2.50 Grades, now ... .. ........ .. .. .... . 1.95
2.00 Grades, now .. .. .. .. ........1.65 fi
... 1.75,Grades,,now.. . 1.55 fi S
! :i.50 Grades, now ...... ....... ....'.. 1,25 fi
1.25 Grades, now.1.00 .B- .
^ l;oo ..85 , fi
IIS? -SH?E ? ^
II llliilliiMlirillilB lilli ?.iliir-^^- 1 ^ -l 1 Wlll?llill1^1 i?M?TT^riT?^*^ '
. ( From The Literary Digest. )
If your radiator leaks, poor in
T?ie self.acting radiator cement
Se-Went-ol is a powder put up In lithographed tin cans*:
When poured Into yoiir'radiator it dissolves tri the hot swater*
At the leak, tho cool air congeals it into a c?ment that repairs
it automatically.. ; lit
Lookfor the pumpkin colored cans, .,V .
The above advertisement is one of a series j
that is running every other week in the J
?M^M???M??l?WWMMlJ^^ n I 1 '"I." I,'?I|W?*?W'I"'?IJ'-.I I
jg * . tri writing I
J&<^^".;<>f ?. tl?f two. Yoi*: g?t 1
? the makers steadf?bt d?termina- 1| i
i m. guai^t??d% m \yw?n# for*5600 |
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