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Young Man, Save Your Money!
How can a man on a small salary get married
and furnish a home without a bank account?
He can get married if he can find a thoughtless
woman who will not take the trouble to investi
gate his finances or saving and spending habits
He can't furnish a home without starting the new
life under heavy debt.
We want to meet the man who wants to make a
start at saving money. '
A little laid aside each week will soon make you
We Pay Interest on Deposits
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REPRESENTATIVE OF GAR
BAGE INCINERATOR COM
PANY PAYS CALL
Council Has Decided to Erect
One-Committee to Make
a Report Soon.
The news that city council has de
cided to erect a garbage Incinerator
for the city has drawn at least one
representative of a crematory com
pany to the city and Saturday moraine,
he hefd a brief conference willi thc
mayor on thc subject. Mr. Godfrey
referred him to thc committee in
charge of the matter, and he will
take the matter up with these gentle
men at their earliest convenience.
Mr. Abel stated that his company
was putting out a single unit plant
which 'ie thought Anderson would find
very satisfactory. This plant is on
crated by two men and has a capacity
of lo tons a day. lt reduces 10
tons of garbage to one ton of ash.
This ash makes an excellent fertili
This incinerator ls practically j
smokeless and is odorless. lt re
quires no fuel at all for ?tartine, thu
fires and is kept at a heat of 2000 de
gree? by a system of bot air
draughts. This heat will melt down
tin cans, pieces of scrap metal and
other things that are not easily burn
ell. lt has only one unit and if the
growth of the city calls tor a second
unit to be Installed it cnn be placed
in another part of the city.
The committee In charge of the In
cinerator matter will make a report to
the next council meeting, and lt ls
hoped fiat a crematory will be plac
ed in Anderson In a short while.
REV. MB. T .C. LIGON
Writes of Delightful Birthday Tarty
Mr. Editor: Yesterday. May 21, was
my seventy-fifth birthday, and to my
great surprise, yes. Inexpressibly de
light, some of my friends in and near
Town ville, with a few from the city
of Anderson, Pendleton and Seneca,
with Kindly, beaming countenances
and cheery smiles, came to my house
and spread and partook of a bounti
ful picnic, which, they said, was in
honor of, or out of respect to my old
.".;;<?. And surely it was a very great
surprise, and one for which I am
profoundly thankful, both to the one
or ones who first suggested the idea,
as also to those who so beautifully
and successfully carried it out, and
right hero, let me say, I don't pre
sume to take the honor to myself
alone, but rather recognize it us due to
tho Holy One, whom 1 have been try
ing to serve these mauy years, forty
and more. Amongst the several who
came, I can only mention tho names
of my ministerial brothcren: Rev.
MessrB. W. H. Frazer, W. ll. Mills,
and I. E. Wallace of the Presbyterian
church and Kev. II. H. Lupo, of the
Methodist church. Good Sister Crlm
of tho Baptist church represented her
husband, Ttcv. J. E. Crlm, who was
from home on a visit.
Rev. W. T. Halllngsworth, pastor
of tho Presbyterian church here, act
ed as "MaBler of the Ceremonies."
Again, I say, thank you, dear good
friends, every one.
T. C. LIGON.
Towntlllo. S. C.. May 22, 1915.
Celebrated Comedian Returns to
Screen tn Famous Pareo? **Are
Yon a Mason V
Th*? prominent star. John Barry
more, who attained phenomenal pop
ularity as an Irresistible screen come
dian In the two Famous Players Film
Company's comedy triumphs, "An
American Citizen," and "The *Man
From Mexico," surpasses both his
former screen successes in the five
part film adaptation of Leo Dltrich
steln's famous farce, "Are You a
Mason?" the latest retease on the
Paramount program at the Paramount
Tho subject was selected as the ve
hicle for Mr. Barrymore's return td
the screen because lt represents, more
than any other comedy of similar re
putation, tre type of dramatic humor
best adapted to thc Inimitable talents
of this star.
A Boy to Whom War Seemed a
tn the Juno American Magasina
Ernest E. 'Poole, writing an interest-,
lng article entitled. "Thc Theater of
War," quotes as follows a sixteen
year-old soldier who, although injured
and In a hospital, finds war a distinct
"You see. war ls very good for me.
In war-yon can get promoted fast. In
my military school they would have
kept me working years, ont as soon as
the war broke ont I ran away from
school with my friend. He waa only
fifteen and three months. We heard
troops marching by at night and all
the boys get craxy. All sat np In bed
and talked but all but us were afraid
to go. We climbed from our win
dows ont on the roof.- It was night
and nobody ?w us. We slid down
a pipe to the ground and ran to the
road and hld In * bush. And when
some more troops carno by in the derk
we fell tn and marched along-and so
at last we got down Into France. My
rr lend ls now an officer. He writes
ma he is very glad. You see In the
army peace promotion ts very slow
you mutt, walt for officers to die. But
In war they get killed by thousands."
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in cooking for she
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Cheap as a fuel and economical in its great sav
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