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I "The Lure of The
A Four Reel Mutual Masterpiece
"A BREATH OF SUMMER"
"TRACKED THROUGH THE SNOW"
Than ha uner.
I"WHEN THE HOUSE DIVIDED"
ONE OTHER SELECTED REEL
"There'll be SOME Vaudeville at the Palmetto Next week."
2 Reel Ijubin.'.
"RA5KYS ROAD SHOW"
WE DON'T CLOSE FOR SUPPER
A splendid assortment of new
f Fall Dress
In fact quite the best in the city.
Some two thousand dollars worth just
opened up. Most any color, mest any
weave you could desire for early fall
Suits, Skirts, etc.
' \) ? '' "'/V'
These Blue Serges are especially
pr?Hy in quality and of course priced
50c to $2.00 yd.
Other Fabrics Soc to $3.00 yard.
In a variety of new patterns
Up to $1.50 yd.
If it's new, it's here.
HAS BEEN RECEIVED
MR. FARMER RECEIVED 500
POUNDS BY EXPRESS
Manufacture of Asbestos Yarn Ne
cessitates Changing of Some
of the Machinery.
Mr. Albert S. Partner has received
his llrst shipment of asbestos which
will bc used in making asbestos yarn
at tho Comeros? Mill, having ree >lved
M ti pounds by express Wednesday.
Mr. Farmer states that he will re
ceive a ton within thu next few days
and after that will receive the mater
ial In car load lots.
These llrst shipments are to be used
in practice. The making of asbestos
yam ls something new to the forces
employed here and of course a few
experiments will have to bc made
For thu past few days Mr. Farmer
has been busy having the machinery
in the mill changed. Although there
will be several addition in tho way of
machinery, for the most part there
will be changes. One of 'he main
changes will be that of the card wire.
The lormer ones used in the manu
facture of ordinary yarn are not suit
ed to spinning out the asbestos fibre
and therefore new onea will be put
Thc crude asbestos Is being ship
ped here from the Thedford Mines ii;
the province of Quebec, Canada. It
la unlik.? any found in this country
and is of a very tine qualify. It comes
it small blocks and baa thc appear
ance of stone and is almost as heavy
as the ordinary Hint rock. When
crushed t? 1B asbestos makes an ex
tremely flue fibre. When one of the
libres ls put under a microscope ii
ls seen that it has a perfectly smooth
and glazy surface. It is : o smooth
in fact that the libre has to be treated
with a chemical in order to make thc
little ?trands rough enough to hold
together when they are being made
Mr. Farmer expects to have every
thing roudy to start the manufacture
of tho asbestos yarn within the next
few weeks. Ho already has a con
tract for enough orders to warrant
tho running of thc machinery for six
months. Th? yarn ia strictly a war
product but orders already placed
warrants Mr. Farmer in making the
chango In tho machinery.
It ls not known yet just exactly
what UBC tho yarn is to be put to,
but it is thought that it will be used
to wrap the exterior of the chambers
ot rapid firing gns. When the cham
bers get hot, thoy can be removed and
another put lt, In this way allowing
tho guns to be of much more Berrico.'
COMMUNITY WORK AT
Bungalow ia Being Made Ready
for Library-Miss G arlington
Will bc in Charge,
Mr. W. M. Sherard, superintend
ent of the WllllamBton milla -was a
business visitor to thc city yester
day and waa askud about the commu
nity work is to bo dono in lae mill
Mr. Sherard stated that at nrescnt
a forco of hands aro oruploycd In fix
ing up one of tho cottage* into a
modern bungalow. A partisan is
being put lu and thc building changed
to Butt tho use lt will bo nut lo.
Around tho bungalow there will bo a
10 foot porch, providing ample rooms
for tho mill operatives to rest dring
'heir sparc hours.
The bungalow will bc equipped as a
library and will have a number of
books and periodicals, as well as
Miss Maggie Carlington ls to be In
charge of the Work and there will bc
given as follows:
Cooking and homo sanitation.
Year 'round garden.
Night school for six months In the
year, two nights in the week.
Story t+fting hpur for children.
; Tooth brush campaign.
These arc tn accordance with thc
extension policies ot Winthrop Col
Tho following ls the weekly weath
er and crop summary as sent out by
tho United States Department of Agri
culture aa sent out for the South Caro
lina section from Columbia:
Tito recent raina have bean follow
ed hy market general Improvement, in
crops; However, thc ground is still
too dry In portions of tho Piedmont
and too wet locally on . the coastal
plain. Tbc showers were generally
too la'c for the early corn crop, which
is practically made; but late corn
has bean greatly benefited. Cotton
shows new growth, bat there ls com
plaint of .shedding In section'i.where
theer has boen too moen or too little
rata. Forage peas show good to ex
cellent stands, according to amounts
of rainfall. Small grain thrashing
shows continued good results. Winter
truck planting has begun on the low
er coastal plstn. Fruits and vegeta
bles are plentiful. notwithstanding
the bad effects ot the ' recent dry
weather. There ia some complaint cf
MB. G. I. WILLIAMS
WILL 8E IN THE RACE
SAYS *%? WILL BE CANDI
DATE FOR SUPT. OF ED
Was Bom and Reared in This
County and is Graduate of
Cedar Springs Institute.
Mr. G. T. Willlrnis Inform* The
Intelligencer that ho will bc a can
didate for the ellice of superinten
dent of education for Anderson coun
ty in the primary next summer. Thia
aetion, lie states, is made after being
asked to do so by friends in and out
of tile city, and after due deliberation
on lils part.
Mr. Williams ls a native of Ander
son county and ha* snont most of
his life In school. After going to the
public schools for a few years, he
found it necessary to attend tho school
at Cedar Springs which is wholly de
voted to tho education of thc blind.
Mr. Williams is blind and is a grad
uate of the Cedar Springs institution.
Mr. Williams stateB that he has
thoi*ght of trying for the office of
superintendent .of educ ation for many
years and has become familiar with
lt through heavy reading. He also
states that he appreciates the fact that
he is a young man, but ls confident
that there will bc no trouble in giving
tho very best results If elected to the
Mr. Williams is 25 years of age, has
attended scitool 12 years and his life
has been given to educational mat
ters. He :?ays that he feels that edu
cational matters is his calling.
Ile states that thero ls a common
opinion among tho people (hut a blind
man cannot (111 such positions as he
aspires to because he ls not ablo
to seo. Ho states that ho can use a
stneographer and that he can dictate
his work as well as anyone else. He
can also sign hlB name, so there would
bo no trouble along this line should
ho be elected.
LONG SEWER LINE
Forces Now Busy Putting in Short
on South Main: Soon.
Yesterday at noon the city forces
completed the extension of the sew
erage system from a point on East
Orr street, near the lower Brlssey
lumber yard, to Marshall avenue, to
Calhoun street and down Calhoun
street to Kvana street. This .exten
sion is about 1.600 linear feut and
will servo a goodly number of houses.
After tho completion of tho Job yes
terday, Mr. G il mer, street overseer
reduced his forces to 18 men. He and
and a small force of men have start
ed tho putting down short sewer lines
extending out a few feet from tho
street paving at street Intersections,
tin-f- doing away with the necessity
of cutting into the paving later when
further extensions of the system will
have to be mude.
The plumbers will get to work on
South M.-.in street on Monday and as
soon as.they finish with the pipes tho
grading of this street preparatory to
tho paving will begin.
LIGHTNING KILLED CURL.
Holt Wu s Fatal on Monday Afternoon
At Lo a mles ville.
News has reached the city of the
death of thc llttlo six year old daugh
ter of Mr. Joe Hill, a prominent farm
er east of I.owndesvllle. which was
caused by a bolt of lightning on Mon
The little girl and her school teach
er, Miss Annie Bell were going homo
from school and the lightning struck:
a tree near them. Miss Hell was
carrying an umbrella ' abd' it is sup
posed that this caused the lightning
to jump from tho tree to the little
girl. Miss Bell was badly shocked
and burned, but will recover,
Interment Will Re Mad* Thia Morning
Tho fu?era' services of John P.
HlUhoitBe. who was killed at the sub
station of the Southern Public Uti
lities company Wednesday morning,
were held yesterday 'afternoou ;;l 6
o'clock at tho residence oh Elizabeth
street, conducted by tao Rev. D.
Witherspoon Dodge, pastor of Central
The remains will bo taken to Green
ville this morning on the 8:30 car and
Interment will be made in the city
cemetery there. Six bf Mr. Hill
house's fellow-workers Will act as pall
bearers:. A. E. Holman, W. D.
Gray, C. H. Burkett^ Jr., B. F. El
rod, C. M. McCue and C. M. Sher
DEATH OF XRS. WAKKisTT.
WHe ef Baptist Mister Wed at WU
ttamstea-Buried lg Greenville.
Mrs. W. H. Hammett, wita of thc
Ber. W. B. Hammett, pastor o? thc
Flat Hock Bapt1; t. church, died in
Williams ton on Tuesday, and her body
was carried to Greenville for inter
ment on Wednesday.' Mrs. Hammett
Ifred in Greenville kt the Brandon
Mills before mo vin* to Williams ton.
where i he and Mr. Hemmet? bad
boen living for about a year.
Figures of Interest
Here is a table showing what you ARE doing and what you MIGHT
do if you would only make up youd mind to DO it.
Find the column that fits your case
vou will both decide that SOMETHIN
nd then show it to your wife;
should be done.
Don't pay rent always; start NOW by buying a lot in NORTH AN
DERSON. You won't pay for it probably in one or two years, but
eventually the lot will be yours.
This table shows how much a certain sum, paid for rent, amounts
to in a period of from IO to 25 years, with interest at 6 per cent per
Pr. Mo. Yearn
Think of the money you are actually wasting, throwing away, de
priving your famiy of by paying rent; you are paying nearly DOUBLE
what you ought to pay. LOOK at the table AGAIN.
Wc sell lots in NORTH ANDERSON for S IO. down and $10. a
month; and remember our "Profit Sharing" proposition makes it well
worth your while to buy during AUGUST, thereby securing a greater
portion of the profits than if you waited until later to buy.
See or phone \
JOHN LINLEY or GENE WATSON
Phones 647, 98?, 810
We Should Brink Uts of Water and Eat tess' Meat/ Says
^ Noted Authority on Kidney Disorders' ^ ^
Recommends a Spoonful of Jas* Salts la Glass of Water Before
. Breakfast to Stimulate Kidneys and Eliminate
lite Uric Acid
Urie acid ki meftt excites the kidneys, they
become overworked, get sluggish, ache, ?nd feel
like lumps of lead. The urine become? cloudy,
the bladder ia irritated, and you may bo obliged
to seek relief two or three times during the night.
When the kidneys clog you must help them flush
off the body's urinous waste or youl! be a real
sick person shortly. At first you feel a dull
misery ia the kidney region, you suffer from
backache, sick headache, airiness, stomach pr ts
Dour, tongue coated and you feel rheumatic
twinges when the weather ia bod. *
. .Bat less meat, drink lots of water; also cet
teem any pharmacist four ounces of Jad Salts;
take a tablespoonful ia ? glass ol water before
breakfast for a few day? and your kidneys win
tttcn act fine. Thia famous salts is made from,
the acid of grapes 'and lemon juice, combined
with ii thia, -and has been used for generations
to clean clogged kidneys and stimulate them
to nor..:al activity, also to neutralize the acids
in urine, so it no longer is a source of irritation,
thus ending bladder weakness.
I?S?^?* '^??pe^ye, cannot Injure, wakes
a delightful effervesoent li th ia-water drink which
everyone should take now and then to keep the
kkineys clean sad acth*. Druggists here say
they sell lots of Jad Salts to fo*7w?r? believe in
overwming kidney trouble while it ?s ouh