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"THE MAKER OF GUNS"
Thanhauser Two Reel.
"HUNGRY HANK WINS A HUNDRED"
ONE OTHER SELECTED REEL.
"THE ELEVENTH DIMENSION"
Two Reel Imp.
"HER RUSTIC HERO"
ONE OTHER SELECTED REEL
A S?lect School For
Number Limited to Fifteen
Small Classes Individual Instruction
Thorough and Painstaking Work
Rates Very Reasonable
Frayser Fitting School
Anderson, S. C.
/chatter, chatter, at
To join the brimmini
For mei map come
and men maj} io.
But I ?o on forever.,
Tho Stan?ar? BvOerafr
Imitations of COCA-COLA come and
go-none last more than a few seasons.
This has been going on for 29 years
yet GOGA-COLA, unchanged in name
or self; keeps its old frienda and makes
Demand tKs g mu-nc by tha full name
t'.ut lieut inspirad *o many invitation*.
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THE COCA-COLA Co.
COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY
ANDERSON, S. C.
122 TV. Earl St. fri Phonel37,
SPECIAL MEETING WAS HELD
AT CITY HALL YESTER
AMOUNT OF $56,100
Represents Deferred IO Year In
Came Before Body.
A special meeticg of city connell
wan held yesterday morning at nine
o'clock for the purpose of adopt in?
ordinances for tho Issuance of the pav
ing certificates and for the purpose of
ratifying tho action of tho special
committee of the body In selling $'i0,
100 o? the certificates to Kidney
Spitzner and company of Toledo. O.
This business was transact)! J and
other mutters of minor imp?rtam e at
The amount of tho certificates ls
bused on t'n?! amount of the deferred
paving installments and the certifi
cates will be retired as these are made
by the property holders who took the
10 year installment plun.
Uiip property owner made request
yesterduy morning that she be allowed
to pay her share of the assessments
on the 10 year installment plan but
owing to the fact that the matter of
Issuing the certificates liad gone so
far, the rennest could not be granted.
Thc time limit for sending in the
wrltteu requests in regard to the in
stallment plan expired on last .Mon
-?layor Godfrey called attention to
tho fact that orders given now for
pipes for 'hydrants would be filled by
October but that orders placed later
would not be filled until late in the
winter. The establishment of sev
eral hydrants ls made necessary by
the extension of the sewerage sys
tem and the mayor asked that the wa
ter and light committee meet for the
purpose of investigating and passing
on hydrant applications in order that
a report muy be made ut the regulur
meeting of council on next Tuesday
Mr. Spearman asked that Hampton
street, between Aluin und Mc Du tile
be paved with Ilelglun blocks, tile rea
sons being that thia would connect
the two paved streets and also pre
vent the street from getting in such
bad order during the winter months.
This motion was based upon tho con
dition that this be done if there was
enough blocks left over after streets
already passed upon had been finish
ed The motion was adopted.
The matter of procuring a deed
from Dr. H. II. Acker for a strip
of land on McCully street BO that the
sidewalk o.i that street may bo ex
tended to .Main street was referred to
a committee consisting of Messrs.
Spearman, Tate and King.
Satanet Went up Hotel Building
Without Any Trouble and
Was Loudly Cheered.
Several hunured people gathered
on the square yesterday afternoon at
7 o'clock to see H. H. Gardiner, "the
Virginia Daredevil," scale tho walls of
the Hotel Chlquola building, which
he did successfully considering the
Tact that he baa ouly been out of the
hospital a short time, having had
three ribs broken and two fractured
by a fall in Columbia a short time
ago, and also because of the decay
ed condition of some of tho tin on the
The ascent was begun in front of
the old entrance ?nd up over the bal
cony above until the third story was
reached. Here Gardiner went around
near the corner where tho tin seem
ed to have a firmer hold and then
made his way to tho top of tue build
The large crowd witnessed the
climb with wonder and fear and all
were glad when he had successfully
reached the tov.
Mr. Gardiner stated that he would
probably be back In Anderson next
spring and then would climb tho tow
er of the court house. He stated that
owing to the fact that Jie had only
been out of the hospital three weeks,
the climb yBettenhy afternoon wau
not as tull of thrills as it would have
beer, had he been in perfect physical
The object ot the climb was to ad
vertise a new soft drink, Satanet,
which has recently been put on the
Truth la Advertising.
If, on the other hand, he seeks hap
piness by advertising qualities that
arenot his oem. he is both thief and
liar, with a culprit's perpetual dread
of detection, knowing that the higher
. bs.crawls, the harder to be his fall.
IA? ??>l l.~ Ilk. T-1*-_____
?| ? ? HMI liv. ...uot, 11.1] MW.I1UI, in:,ri
to hope again. In other words, we
are all of us sometime known for
what we ara, and the man vsho thinks
he can blue it out to the end of hts
life on sny other basis must needs die
young to realise on hts decepci?n. And
what we are In truth depends* o:
what truth there is in us-in ?>.? y*n
heart cf us. Not only the Bible bul
every truth-lover since Plato has tole
us so mu oh, but we are slow to learn,
-"Trott -Business sad Political,'
Henry D. Estabrook, in National
? Magasins for August.
SUPT. J. B. FELTON
MAKES ANNUAL REPORT
INTERESTING AND INSTRUC
TIVE FIGURES ARE RE
County Hms 158 Schools? 86
White and 72 Colored-Oth
er Facts are Shown.
Mr. J. B. Felton, county super
intendent of education, has finished
iiis annual report to be mailed to Mr.
J. E. Swearingcn, state .Superinten
dent, and it sho-.vs some interesting
facts and figures about tho schools
of Anderson county. These are based
on the number of pupils enrolled,
wiiite and colored, average lengtli of
school terms, average salaries paid
teachers, average nuumber of pupils
enrolled and to teacher, average ex
penditure according to enrollment,
Susi ber of Pupils.
With a total number of 1">S schools,
86 white and 72 colored, there ia an
enrollment of 17,072, 10.830 accredit
ed to the white schools and 6,242
to the colored.
The enrolment by grados is Inter
esting and is as follows:
Grade White Negro
4 th.1.2S7 756
6tll. 732 313
7th. 595 120
Sth. 560 ?2
?th . 2S0 28
lOLh. 158 18
Length of Terms.
The average length of ithe sciio.il
terms In days In white schools in the
county is as follows: Town, l?s,
country. 134, 134, average of county,
151; colored schools, town, 110, coun
try, 7:'.; average, 91.
Average Malary Paid.
Tho average Balarles paid are aa
follows: White-men, $670.158; wo
men, $332,76; colored-men $158.85;
Pupils to School.
The average1 number of pupils to
the school according to enroll men is
as follows: White, 83; Colored, 55.
Accordin: to, average attendance ls
a sfollows: Waite, 83; Colored, 55.
Pupils to Teicher.
The avterage' number of pupils to
thc teacher according to enrollment
ls B3 follows:'White, 42; colored,'67.
According to attendance as follows:
White, 30; Colored, 41.
Tho average expenditure per pupil
ts ns follows: White, $11.78; colored
Number of Teicherg.
Thlrty-stx white schools and 65
'.olorcd schools employ one teacher
In the county; 24 white and three
colored schools employ two teachers;
ll white and three colored schools em
ploy three teachers; 15 white schools
and one colored school employ more
than three teachers.
SHOT AT DONALDS
James Samuels Wounded ms Re
sult of Affections for Eliza
Donnlds, Aug. 3.-Eliza Willson,
colored, shot and prob lily fatally
wounded James Samuels, alias Bee
Samuels, colored, yesterday about 7
o'clock. Wilson used a shot gun and
the charge took effect In the back of
S muds' head. Tho troublo arose
over Samuels' affection for Willson's
Willson immediately retired to the
tall tlmbor with Officer Dodson close
on his heels with blood hounds. Will
Bon is an old offender and ls quite at
home in the bushes. Samuels may re
PLAY" AT EUREKA
WO! Be Given Thia Evening os
Grenada at Church.
"Topsy-Turvey," a play will be giv
en by 'ocal talent at Euroka tble
evening tit 8:30. The cost of char
acters ls as follows:
Topsy Turvey-Miss Annie Ers
kine ; May Golden-Miss Beatrice
Campbell; Mr?, Clar?ndon-Mis?
Maggie Shirley; and the men's parti
will bo taken by Messrs. Ralph Val
lentino, Harper . B:llentine, Orloi
Campbell and Robert Gentry.
Those who will take part In tin
play have been practicing for the pas
several days and mrs sid to bmv<
their parts down well.
Before and after the play tc? crean
and cake will be sold and bctweei
the acts musial number,'* will ix
A small admission of 10 and 1
cents will be charged. Those goinj
on the Interurban ear will get ol
at Gentry's crossing.
Chamber Reptiles Met.
Paris, Aug. '?.-The first meetln
of the chamber of deputies after th
first anniversary of the war wa
held today. It'was marked by ei
traordtnary demonstration ot patric
ism. This meeting was the fin
sine* the formulation of the coalltlo
CAR TRACK PAVING
HAS BEEN STARTED
FIRST CONCRETE PUT DOWN
EXPERT SENT FOR
Will be in Anderson Today to See
That Mixer is Put in Good
Tho actual work of laying the con
creto for the street car track pav
ing on South Main street began yes
terday at 2 o'clock and by night sev
eral linear feet had been put down.
During the afternoon sever 1 hundred
people visited the place of the work
to see how it was being done.
The concrete mixer that is being
used is new and was not working good
yesterday oftTnoon. Last night Mr.
Johnson wired the factory in Atlanta
for one of the experts in tho pla-it
there and he will arrive in thc city
today and stay until the mixer gets ?
in good running order.
The work will not progress so fast |
at first because the force will r"*' ".?? j
organized. In a few days, how. i
every man will learn his work and I
know exactly what he is to do, aid ?
how to do it, and the work will go
.slowly between Church and Market
streets is the fact that the deon ditch
from which the old water main wa?
taken will have to bi filled with tlie
crncrcte mixture. This will take
about as much concrete as the other
part of the work along that stretch.
When finished the paving will look
like lt wns done In brick and will ba
one of the most up-to-dnte Jobs tba.
can be found anywhere.
HAD MORE THAN A
GALLON ON HAND
Magistrate Maret Has Turned
Over Two Gallons of Whis
key to Sheriff Ashley.
Two gallons of whiskey have been
turn<?d over to the sheriff by Magis
trate C. E. Marett of Fork township,
this aomunt, lt ts said, having been
found on tho premises of a man by
thc name of Hubbard, who was tried
ip Anderson last year for selling
whiskey. No arrests have y?t been
made but will probably be within the
next few days.
According to an act of the recent
general assembly it is unlawful to
have more than ono gallon of liquor
on the premises at one time, or to
have more than one gallon a month.
DoatsUllc, Ala., Aug. 5.-Mrs.
tao Tatum, aged ftO. threw four chil
dren into a well, then jumped in her
self, and all were drowned. She was
We Should Drink Lo
Recommends a Spoor
-Uric acid Ia meat excites th
t>ecome overworked, get sluggish
t.k.. <%r *ri- i
..?>., ?v ... i . nu a ft lu >
the bladder is irritated, and you
to seek relief two or three times t!
When the kidneys clog^ou must
off the body's urinous waste or
sick person shortly. At first 2
misery in the kidney region, j
backache, sick headache, dizaine
sour, tongue coated and you
twinges when the weather is ba
. . Eat less meat, drif.k lots of
tom any pharmacist four nunc*
|ske a tablespoonful. *? ? gloss <
WE WENT THROUGH OUR
yesterday and picked out some
fifty to seventy-five that are on
sale now at
25c. and 50c.
The former prices were $1.00 to
$5.00. Most of them are "C-B"
and "R & G."
Of course, they are not new
styles, but you can use them
around the house to good pur
pose. Lots of folks are buying
two and three at a time. Drop
in, look 'em over.
If you want the best front-lace
Corset with ventilo back
meets all requirements.
$2.00 to $5.00
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R BACK HURT
ts of Water and Eat Less Meat, Says
nthority on Kidney Disorders'
iful of Jad Salts In Glass of Water Before
i Stimulate Kidneys and Eliminate ~
the Uric Acid
B kidneys, they
, ache, and feel
jCvviuCS Oui inly,
may be obliged
help them flush
you'll bo a teal
iron feel a duli
rou fluter from
BS, stomach gets
water; also git
?s of Jad Salts;
ai water beio??
breakfast for a few doy. and your kidneys will
then oct fjue. This famous salts is made from
the acid of grapes and lemon juice, combined
with li thia, and has been used for generations
to clean clogged kidneys and stimulate them
to normal activity? also to neutralize the acids
in urine, so it no longer ls a source of irritation?
thus ending bladder weakness.
Jad Salts is inexpensive, cannot injure, makes
a delightful effervescent lithia-water drink which
everyone should tr ko now and then to keep the
kidneys clean and active. Druggists here uay
they sell lots of Jad Salts to folks who believe in
overcoming kidney trouble while it is only
trouble., ?* -