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The Anderson Pure
Cordially invite all the Ladies to come
in and inspect their plant Friday after
noon, August 13, 1915.
Ubi . -
to Be Served
The company has fitted up its bak
ing with modern, sanitary machinery,
and has employed the best bilkers to
be had-and is confident, that "Aunt
Mary's Cream Bread" can't be beat.
At any rate, Ladies come and see the
plant and try the taste of the bread for
Remember the Time
3 p. m. to 7 p. m.
North Main St,
Sale of Misses
Growing Girls $3.50 and $4.00
Colonial Pumps with low l.jels, in
Dull Calf and Patent Calf at
Misses $3.00 and ?3.50 Mary
Jane Pumps in Dull Calf and I
Patent Calf at
Growing Girls $2.00 White
Canvas Mary Jane Pumps at
THE ONE PRICE SHOE STORE
WE SELL FOR CASH ONLY
?.Q ?XOUR ^OWN^SHOPPIl^G
VALUfc for Your Mooey
25c to fSM per pairN
SoM fey All Ge?? DwAwO
MATTERS UP BEFORE
USUAL ROUTINE BUSINESS
TRANSACTED IN REGU
Several Petitions Were Presented
-Hydrants are to Be Estab
lished on Several Street*.
The regular meeting of city coun
cil yesterday afternoon was H bqsy
-one, several malters coming up for
Mr. Willie Marshall appeared he
fore Hie body and asked that the city
accept a deed for Brooklyn avenue, a
new street leading from West Whittier
street near the street car shed, 't
??was stated that this street wa? about
iluO feet long. 2.1 tuet wide, h a tl sewer- \
.age and that four houses lind been
built. A motion was made und pass
'ed that the deed he accepted.
f A repr?sentative of the Studebaker
company appeared and exlaincd to the
.members the street flusher, which the
city is contemplating buying in order
to keep the paving clean. Owing to
the fact that Mr. King, chairman of
tho sanitary committee was out of
town, no action in regard to purchas
ing tho flusher was taken. The price
of thc machine ir. $900 and in cities
where they have been used, it Is stat
ed that they save a great deal of
A petition was read asking that
Orayton street be curbed and drained.
After discussion a motion wns made
and passed that this work he taken
up in the regular order.
Tho water and light committee sug
gested that dydrants be established
on following streets: corner Fant and
I Franklin streets on Hampton street,
^one on Kennedy street, on Cleveland
I avenue, Monroe street and Kelly
street. A motion pass jd to effect that
these hydrants bo established.
Mr. Carter called attention to the
way B street was drained which now
causes water to flow down it doing
much damage after heavy rains.' He
suggested that a drain on Glenn street
across B street be fixed In order to
remedy dis condition. It was de
cide to refer this matter to the city
Eugene S. Wcrtz Suspended Until
Senate Meets for Miscon
duct in Office.
Columbia, Aug. 10-Governor Man
ning today suspended Eugene S.
Worts, auditor of Newberry eounty,
for "misconduct in office." The sus
pension holds until tito next session
of the state senate. . Mr. Worts has
been given two hearings by tho gov
ernor. After the first bearing, he
was put on probation. Alleged fre
quent intoxication Is the chief cause
of Mr. Worts',suspension.
?THE ROSA UV THURSDAY.
WOl be Shown Bijou Theatre For
Benefit Catholic Church.
Tho "Rosary" is as good as any
sermon; and SB produced in this
seven reel Red Seal Selig feature, lt
is suporb. Tile acting ls beyond com
parison; it has wonderful 1 scenic
equipment, and gorg-ous lighting of
fecta. "Tho Rosary" is a production
that is commended by those of every
Tho story is as follows:
Bruce Wilton bas amassed a fortune
which he lavishes on his wife, Vera.
Their household Js a happy ono but
Into it creeps a note a monaco. No
one bears lt at first save Father Kelly
S priest, the former tutor ot Bruce.'
Quietly he goes to work with bis
sharpened mental sense to find the
.person who ls causing' the adverse in
fluence in the household.
Almost on the verge of discovering
the cause, calamity descends on Uruce
Wilton. 'His fortune is swept away
and In such a manner that he be
lieves that his wife was the. cause of
Husband and wife are separated,
the home 1B destroyed, 'and yet the
cause ot all this disaster ls unknown.
But Father Kelly, with a faith that
moves mountains, goes oa quietly,
serenely, confidently, with but. on?
purpose !n view, the happiness of
those he loves.
fie solves the mystery and lets the
white, light'of truth into the mind*
of those'that have been darkened Dy
More than this, he finds the one who
has cauced all tho misery and ros
torea the hoiu.c.
ate sure tb see" ?his masterpiece In
motion ' picture ??lays Thursday; es
pecially ?J it is given ?ir tho bene
fit of the catholic Church.
Germans Storm JLostxa.
Berlin. Aug .10,-Fort No. 4 at
tamza bas been, stunned, and the
town of Lom ta .occapied, says Ber
il > official statement. Lot?sa ls 72
miles southwest of Suwalkt on the
''fjtui-.il,? ; j. i ..i
German War Lesses.
London, Aur..' lO.-'-German louses to
dato in ihn ff ?tra 2,178.683, ac
cording to the Berne corespondent
of The Mora lng Post.
T. A. CAMPBELL VAS
OF HEALTH ACTED
TO GIVE RELIEF
Citv ?n ginee r Will Investigate
and Attend to Other Mat
At tho regular meeting of city coun
cil yesterday afternoon the recom
mendations submitted by the board
of health a few days ORO. to thc effect
that Thomas A. Campbell be re-elect
ed health i officer for ono!lier year;
that the manhoie on Trlbble street
near the substation of the Southern
Public Utilities company is offensive
and that the city engineer br- instruc
ted to look into thc matter and cor
rect, same and also a petition, signed
by J. C. Preasley and James li.
iiSarle, proprietors of the St. James
hotel and others, in regard to tim
stagnant water standing on the vacant
lot adjacent to and on the east side
of the hotel, were taken up and acted
In regard to the first recommen
dation a motion was made that it be
accepted and that Dr. Campbell he
re-elected and passed.
Tho matter of the vacant lot next
to the St. James hotel was also re
ferred lo the city engineer, council
suggesting that lie have dirt from the
street grading hauled there in order
that waler will rot stand there after
FOR ROAD MEETING
Big Meeting Will Be Held in Oak
land, Cal., Sept. 13-17
Delegates from Anderson to the
Pan-American Road Congress to be
held at Cakland, Cal.. Sept. 13-17
wero appointed yesterday' by Mayor
Godfrey. They following letter was
received by Mr. Godfrey:
"I taite pleasure In' Inviting you
on behalf of the executlvd-committee
of the Pan-American road congress,
to attend and take part in the pro
"I trust you will name delegates tc
represent your city at the congress,
end I particularly urge''that your
city engineer, street connrilssloner, or
other officials having- - to' deal with
street and par's problems:' 'be sent tc
tl^ Congress' "as officia?1 representa
tives ot the city. '
"You will see from the advance
programme enclosed herewith that
the best knowledge and: experlcnct
will be i available for the benelit ol
delegates, and it would seem Hut at
tendance' at such a meeting would IK
most helpful in the future conduct oj
your city street and park work.
"I trust you . will advise me as
to whether or not your1 drV will b<
represented and that I may have the
names and addresses of such dele
gates as may be nppointcd."
Yours very truly.
Charles H. Gatea.
Chairman, Executive Committf?.
In accordance with this ?letter, thc
mayor has appointed the following:
J. Mack King. J. Lawrence McGee
R. D. Smith, J. R. Culbertson. W.
A. Spearman, ID. R. Horton, D. A.
I^edbettor, B. O. Evans. II'. A. Henry
Walter Dobbins, Charlie Spearman,
J. H. Tate. U. L. Carter. J. "ts. Ba -
ton, Pt. It. King, Wade A. Sanders, J.
FIRE AT TEXAS OIL
Damage Was Very Small Bul
Might Have Been a Very
Tho fire department was called U
.the Texas Oil company's plant to ex
tinguish a blaze that had started li
the battery box on the gasoline engine
which is used to operate tho pump
Damage dono amounts to abonf $26.
Due credit must be given to tin
firemen for ^extinguishing this blaz<
so quickly. Owing to thc fact tha
tbe shelter over the engine and purni
was saturated with oil, th? flame
spread quickly and in a short time ?
ladder which was extended over om
of the large reservoir tanks hearb;
by was burning. The burning of th?
e*? saturated wood caused mucl
cr-.rjte to arlee and because, of thi
and thy fact that it was tn such a dan
geroua place, great crowds rushed ti
the scene of the fire. All were lom
In their praise of thc noble work o
: A Correction.
. In the article In yesterday's Issn
regarding tho Anderson Cotton Mill
rt was ?tated that the spinners am
i carders had been on a strike. Tbl
was a mistake. It should ftave beei
the weavers and th? orders for tb'
spinners bad nothing whatever to di
with the affair.
Prayer Meeting Service.
The regular prayer meeting servia
st tbe A. R. P. Church will ho heh
thia evening at 8:30 o'clock. Th
service will be conducted by the Fnv
J. a. Dale, a missionary who ha
returned from Mexico.
J. L. IMBIN WILL
BE HEBE NEXT MONDAY
? WILL MAKE ADDRESS BE
FORE FARMERS UNION
Will Be His Subject and Many Ex
pected to Be Interested-B.
Harris Abo to Speak.
At the regular monthly meeting of
til? Anderson county Fanner's union
held at noon In thc court house yes
terday lt was decided to Invite John
I.. McLaurin, state warehouse com
miKslo'icr. to make an address on next
Monday. August IC.
Mr. McLaurin will he at Triangle
on Monday morning and the union de
cided to ask liint here In the after
noon. The meeting will he called to
order in the court house at :\:'M) and
Mr. McLaurin will he I ie first speak
er. He will explain the warehouse
system and will advise the fanners as
to the west ways to derlre benefit
from (lils system.
Another speaker of tho afternoon
will bo Mr. li. Marris who will make
an address on "Cooperation." which
ls an Important one among the farm
ers, especially at this time. .
This meeting is open to tho public
and ull are cordially invited to at
tend. Mr. McLaurin is the best in
formed man on the state warehouse
system in Sout'.i Carolina and will be
ready and willing to answer all ques
-Resides these matters nt the meet
ing yesterday Mr. J. W. Rothcrock,
preshkmt, who was a delegate to the
state '.?onventlon held a few weeks
ago, made a report about the? meeting.
NEGBO WOMAN MEETS
Evidence Point to Poison-Stom
ach Sent to Cleson College
Maria Walker, a negreas, died very
suddenly on Monday night and cir
cumstances surrounding her death
have caused an Investigation out of
which serious complications may
Dr. Pruitt was summoned on Mon
day night to give her medical atten
tion and found her in great pain,
death resulting soon af tor li ir. arrival.
It seems that the negro v?cmon had
been out and went home abo?? ll
o'clock and soon afterwards was tak
en seriously III. She had a bottle of
well known patent medicine in the
hove and her husband went to the
we to get som o water, lt is not
known whether she took a dose of
thc medicine but it is known that she
drank some water. She rested easily
for a short time and then became Con
vulsed with pain. She rushed to the
porch to get some fresh air, where
she fell and remained until she died.
Dr. Pruitt st-ted that death came
as. if lt was eaused from poisoning
and yesterday morning ho got Coro
ner Hardin to go with him to thc
home of the dead negro. A jury wa?
impaneled and two physicians made
an Investigation. No Inquest was held
but tho doctors cut tho body open
and sent the stomach to Clemson
College for analysis. Although there
were no certain evidences of poison it
was thought best to have thc stomach
sent off for analysis. Nothing definite
will bo known In regard to the case
until a report ls received from tito
college labaraterles. '
OLD FOLKS SI NC I Nd.
Tho annual mootlre ot the Old
Folks Singing convention wilt be held
Saturday at Varennes church, com
mencing at 10 o'clock. All ot tho
old folks are invited to como anil
bring the old time books-from
which will bo sung the old time
hymns and songs of long ago.
At ll o'clock there- will bo preach
ing by Rev. J. R. McKee, immediate
ly after which dinner will be served
on tho grounds. And for the balanco
of tho afternoon after about an hour's
intermission after dinner, will be de
voted to singing.' Come and bring
a well Ulled basket and don't forget
the old Bong books.
TAKE [MN TIME
Just as Scores of Anderson Peop?e
Waking doesn't pay.
If you neglect k'dney backache,
Urinary troubles follow.
Doan'a Kidney Pills are for kidney
backache, and for other kidney ills.
Anderson citizens endorse them. . .
Mrs. &. a Haynio, 120 W. River St,
Auder,.on. says: "I had pains in the
small of roy back and when I , was
sweeping, sharp twinges darted
through me. I felt nervous, tired eas
ily ana had dizzy headaches. My kid?
noys acned irregularly and sometimes
black spots came before my eyes, ob
liging me to catch hold of a chair ta
keep from falling. I read about Dean's
Kidney Pills and got a box ac Evarw'
Pharmacy. They brought very pleas
Price 50c at all dealers. Dont sim
ply ask for a kldn?> ?emedy-got
Dean's Kidney-the same that Mrs.
I i ayn lc? bad. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Prop*., Buffalo, N. Y.
l^grit Road To Better
INDIAN MOTORCYCLES and Hudsohid Bicycles. The best tiree
for hard use ever made. We have the best bargains in Sadies and
Pedals that money can buy. AU work Guaranteed.
GATES & SMITH
ISO YV. YY?Hncr St.
During the heated term, especially, use
these Electric conveniences ; they mean ten
times more to you and yours than their cost,
and they cut the work in two.
Southern Public Utilities Company
Casings and Tubes
Sullivan Hardware Go,
Jchatter, chatter, am
To ?oin the brimming
For men map come
and men map ?a.
But I go on forever.,
mn ? "
Tho Stan?ar? Bottomfr
Imitations of COCA-COLA come and
go-none last more than a few seasons.
This has been going on for 29 years
yet COCA-COLA, unchanged in name
or self, keeps its old friends and makes
Demand tba genatae by the fufi
th?t haslaepfarsd so many
you ase an
Ai ruvr, think
THE COCA-COLA CO.
y COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY
ANDERSON, S. C. .??
?22 W. Earl St ? ? V PhonelST?