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TUT PPI?ICf THE SENSATION OF THE HOUR:
B Bl am UP BB B Cr B I ^s not tne severance or> diplomatic relations with Germany, or
the pacification of Mexico; But: OSBORNE &
-a?*1?I ^ i--*tfrri^m,T^^ *^??~i wm^ T *~%>W irr *r-"> T IT1 SPACE FORBIDS THE ENUMERATION OF PRICES. SIX MORE DAYS
PEARSON S CLOSIISIG OU I ?/%,B ifTi* MUST CLOSE THE SALE. COME AND SEE.
If thrift does not come natural to you, cultivate it. Realize
the fact that every man who has a dollar put aside is a capi
We earnestly urge you to open an account with this bank
for any sum. Either a Checking or a Savings account, in ad
dition to being convenient encourages you not to use your
money except in a wise way.
The prosperity you enjoy today does not guarantee yon
prosperity tomorrow. Changes in the business and industrial
world may later on deprive you of your present measure of
We Pay Interest On Deposits.
PEOPLES BANK OF ANDERSON
For Infants and Children.
Mothers Know That
Exact Copy,of Wrapper.
TMC CXNTAUR COM??NT. NC? VORS ?ITT.
Times change end orvles change, mit
the fundamentally flood thing; cf tiu? world
change neither in themtctveo nor In popular
For 29 years Coce-Cob? ha? held and
increased its popularity. That** beewawit
is fund* men taily cidickwa, refreshing and
Dcnmd the tenuln- by fuR neu*?
nickntme? ?fwwraio .ucwUtutjocu
THE COCA-COLA. CO.
DECIDE FOR SCHOOL
IN NORTH ANDERSON
MRS. EUGENE TRIBBLE HAS
1ST AND 2ND GRADE
Only Will be Taught This Coming
Session?Will be Conducted
in Home Out There.
At a meeting of t!ie board o* trus
tees of the city schools held in the of
fice of Supt. E. C. McCants yeater
day afternoon at ~> o'clock it was de
cided to establish a sehool In North
Anderson. Mrs. Kugene Trlbble was
elected teacher and for th0 present a
room in one of the homes in that Fac
tion will be used as a school room.
Only the first antl second grades
will be taught thlB coming session,
but later the r.chool will take on thi
higher work. It is not known yet what
room will be used for the school at
its beginning. Mr. Kugene Anderson
will have started tills week the erec
tion of a modern residence In North
Anderson and as soon as It is com
pleted, one of the rooms in his home
will he used.
Since North Anderson is in the An
derson school district, the new school
will be under the direction and su
pervision of same trustees and su
perintendent as the city schools. The
people In North Anderson will furnish
the building and the school board
money for operating expenses Just as
with all of the other schools in this
It was stated yesterday afternoon
that by next year a school house
would probably be built and more
8TAKD15G OF TUB CLUBS. *
Soul hern. .]
Won. Lost. P.C.
New Orleans. 72 49 G95
M:MuphiR. C8 54 557
Birmingham. 65 65 542
Ait lan ta. 59 60 49C
Nashville..' 65 67 49.5
Mobile. 54 67 446
Chattanooga. 61 67 43a
Little l?ock. 48 73 396
Won. Lost. P.C.
I Boston . 74 37 667
Detroit. 74 40 649
Chicago. 70 44 617
Washington. 57 54 613
New York. 52 65 486 |
Cleveland. 43 69 384
SL Louis. 40 72 367
Philadelphia. 36 75 318
Won. Lost P.C.
Philadelphia. GO 49 560
Brooklyn. 61 53 53?
Boston. 57 54 513
I Chicago.. .. 68 67 496
Pittsburgh. 66 69 .487
New York 52 56 481
I Cincinnati ....... 63 60 474
i St. Louis ....... 54 61 470
^Won. Lost. P.C.
Newar'.i .. .. .. .T1 03 49 563
Pittsburgh .. .. .. 62 40. 559
Kansas Cliy. 64 61 657
Chicago. 63 L3 543
SL Louis. 69 55 518
Brooklyn .. ...... 56 62 475
Buffalo. 56 65 463
Batimore . 36 76 339
?ESTEBDAY*S BE BULTS. Z
At New York 4; St. Louis 3.
At New York 3; St. Louis
At Philadelphia 3. Chicago 1.
At Philadelphia 13; Chicago 5.
At Boston 3; Pittsburgh 2.
At Brooklyn 2; Cincinnati 3.
At St. Louis 0; Boston 7.
At Chicago 4; New York S.
Only two scheduled.
At Chicago 5; St. Louis 11.
At Baltimore 2; Brooklyn .'.
At Pittsburgh 4; Kansas City 9.
Only three scheduled.
At Birmingham 3; Littl? Bock *.
At Mobile 2; Memphis 4; elevoi in
At Atlanta ?; Chattanooga u.
For a Sprained Ankle.
If you will get h bottle of Cham
bcrladn's Liniment and observe the
directions given therewith faithfully,
you will, recover in much lean time
than is usually required. For sale by
ENROLLMENT SHOWS AN
INCREASE AT COLLEGE
DR. KIN ARD >AYS OUT
LOOK IS INDEED
Expected to Be at Least One-Third
More Than Lest Year?Is
v a Good Sign.
"The enrollment, of pupils at the
college for the next fission already
shows an Increase of 2."i per cent over
the number last year." stated Dr.
James V. Kinard, president of An
derson College yesterday afternoon.
*"\Ve are well pleased with the out
look for another year, "ho continued,
and feel sure that by the beginning
of the sews-lon the enrollment will
show on Increase of from 3G to 4f>
This will be pleasing news to the
many frlendB of Anderson College
throughout this section of the state.
This institution Is dear to the hearts
of many people In the city and coun
ty of Anderson and anything -that
shows that it Is making a greater
succcbb each year, and Is better fulfill
ing the purpose for which It was
erected is always welcomed.
The fact that the enrollment will
Bhows such a large increase this com
ing session Is very encouraging and
goes to prove that the college has
the respect and confidence of the peo
ple as well as any in the state and
that they nrc anxious to sand their
girls to Anderson to receive their
higher education. It also proves 'hat
the college is being well advertised
and that Dr. Kinard and Prof. Bur
nett have been at work this summer
In getting students to attend.
Dr. Kinard stated that the oulpok
for the college,jivas very bright In
every. way .and,,lhut be was evpect
Ing ? ' gre??er "session thau ever be
,fbre' ?r-many 'ways.
CALLS 00V. SLATON
TO RETURN TO GEORGIA
Editor Wants Former Governor
to Show World His Faith m
Luw Abiding Elementr.
Atlanta. Aug. 23.?"Come home,
Gov. Slat on," says Editor lien Ncal,
of the Washington Reporter, in an
editorial which nrrlved in Atlanta yes
j terday, and which Is generally rcgard
i cd here as tho strongest utterance yet
voiced In Georgia In connection with
the Frank lynching. .
"You have been advised to stay out
of Georgia/' says the editor, "address
ing tho former governor, "but let's test
the temper of Georgians. loot's see,
and sooner we find out the better,
whethor the empire state of the south
is ruled by law or Is at the mercy of
thugs, poltroons and cowards. Let's
sco If the Incitera of mob violence
will lead their hosts out into the
open and give battle to those who
knew something of honor, who cherish
tho fair name of their state, and who
stand for something higher than a
"If there is no authority In this state
higher and more boc xd than that
which may be defiantly desecrated by
a lot of cowardly. Irresponsible and
Impassioned anarchists, what securi
ty is there here for law-abiding citi
zens T .
"The decent citizenship of the state
has been challenged by red-handed
anarohlsts, and sneaking only for our
selves we are ready to accept - the
challenge. The time has come to
either redeem Georgia, from the domi
nation of thugs and cuthroats. else :
abandon her to the bestial passions
of perverts and degenerates."
In this connection, the eyes of the
whole country are on Governor Slaton,
since he has stated that he w|U posl
'?ve'.y return to this state, early In
September. Thst there have been
threats, and definite ones, directed at
tho governor and advising him not to
return to his native state. Is a fact
which all Atlanttans know. Wheth
er or not any effort wouhv be made
to carry out these threats by actions,
Is a question on which there Is a dif
ference of opinion. There are some
conservative people who believe that
the former governor's ..life would ac
tually be la danger If he retours this
"Isn't that a Bougereau?" askui
Mrs. Oldcastle us they stopped for a
moment to look at the new pictures.
"Oh. my, no," replied her hostess;
"It's n lion. But I told Joslah when he
brought It home that It looked a good
deal more like one of them things
you mention."?Chicago ftocord-Her
WILL LET CONTRACT
FOR DRAINAGE WORK
Bicb Are Advertised for?Work
Must Be Competed Within
Six Months Afterwards.
The hoard of drainage commission
ers of Hock I.<!vor Drainage District
No. 1, con sis tin gof Messrs. 7a. C.
nallcntlne, J. J. Fretwell and It. S.
Llgon, have advertised for bids for th0
letting of the drainage work that is
to be done in tho near future. The
bids will be opened and the contraet
let to the lowest responsible bidder
on September C.
The approximate amount of work to
be done is 211,ODO cubic yards and ap
proximately ten miles of ditching. The
work is to be completed within six
months from thq letting of tho con
tract and each bi.l must be accom
panied by a certified cheek of $000.
Plans for this drainage have beon
formulating for some time and a short
time ago a definite statement was
made in regard to the work.
Four Negroes Caught in Crap
Game?Tried and Were Fin
ed $15 Each.
Four negroes, Tom Wilson, Frank
Harris. Dick Acker and Charles
Greer, were tried in Judge Goiger's
court yesterday morning on the
charge of gambling and were fined
$15 each. The arrests were made on
the Ryrum road In a house by Depu
ties J. OUn Sanders and Jim Wil
CHARITIES AND CORRECTION
Stat(. Conference to Meet September 7,
8 and 9 at Co] um hin.
Greenwood. Aug. 23.?Tho state
conference of charities and correction
will meet September 7. S and 9, at
Columbia, in conjunction with the con
ference for common good. The Im
portant tonics to be presented by
these sessions should bring a large
attendance of people who believe thati
our penal and charitable methods aro
no twhat they should be, and ougl.'L to
be made better. Distinguished speak
ers from a distance, as well as home
talent, will lead In diseussions bearing
specially on the feeble-minded and the
short-term offender. ' All interested
persons are invited to attend these
Further information may be had by
Or. A. T. Jamison, Greenwood, S. C.
The National Guards.
Dr. Herbert Harris stated last
night that he had examined two thirds
of the local me mbers of the National
Guard. and that all so far were phy
sically'fit for ecrvicc. Several new
members have been added and all Of
theBo have been examined. Several
more are to be examined and today is
the last day since Dr. Harris has to
send off bis report tonight.
Private Doherty was six feet four
in his box; the sergeant was much
shorter. The sergeant looked along
4he line. "Head up, there. Doherty!"
he cried. Doherty, raised, his head.
"Up higher," said the little sergeant.
"There, that's better. Don't let me
see your head down again. " t
"Am 1 to be always like this?"
asked Doherty. staring away above
the little sergeant's head.
"Then 111 say goodby to ye, ser
geant, for I'll never see yez again."?
Now York Globe.
Johnny?Papa, what is a "phllo&o
Pa?A man with a good liver, heart
stomach and bank account.?Chicago
A New Less.
"This hotel Is under new manage
"Why, I still see the old proprietor
about " '
"Yes. but he got married last
Represent the utmost service,,
safety, mileage and pleasure
obtainable from an Au to-Va
TODD AUTO SHOP
Opposite The Palmetto
Fall Styles Now
"It's one thing to
know you look
nice," says "Rick,"
and it's another,
and even a better
thing to know oth
ers know you look
come with wear
ing T. L. Cely Go.
T. L. CELY CO.
ON THE SQUARE.
/chatter, chatter, a*
To foin the brimming,
For men map come
on? men map jo,
Bus / go on forever.,
Tho Stan?ar? BcVmfr
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
Datnand the ffuudno by tho full name/
that has inspired so many imitations.
you see an
The coca-Cola Co.
ATLANTA. OA. L
COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO&a VNY
123 W. Earl St. :-s Phon?137.
ANDERSON, S. C. f .jii^^A