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AT 3 THIS
BIG CHAUTAUQUA OPENS
W?TH CONCERT BY KIL
Subject Will Be, "The Man Who
Can"-Has Big Reputation
us Great Speaker and En
Villi Hie ailvan ' Kal?' >'f i'd
! i. i tickets, everything points ea
iii. iv crowds lit tits t hatti ni pw.,
?h'ch ripean tills uFiuouii .it
o'clock ty a grand concer*. given by
in- killarney Cirlf in a highly en
nrir.lning program of song and
h?.?r; . Hearing tho Lil arney f?irH
.ti sahl tb be Uki. mki'tg .1 trip
tb 101, gb leeland. Tin? Killarney
tir- B, nix ('harming young latia- .
wi.'I present a progr-.tu typical of
In la;.(I ami Irish life, Kalk son;;'?
o ti'! ballade whlcli spri?? r.*oin th.
people are fonml In abundance In
Ireland. Many of these hu ve been
arranged especially Tor tho Killar
ney Ourla. A number of original
pieces have been written. As a rc
?ult the program they will render ls
distinctively ur list lc. Every mem
be:' of tito company bi a splendid
i Mis:.' Itota Pilch, who heads the
company, has many accomplishments,
bul bor chief porte ls her ability In
child Impersonal lons, always (^reat
liiK a t.viibatlon.
?rent Lecturer ?t Night,
Thu b'g ^attraction tonight will be
, \Vitt. itulney Bennett on tho topic.
'Tho Man Who Can." Earnestness
and slucc-Iiy run through Mr. IJon
notts u?toranros, and from beginning
to und ho holds his audience. He
?Uo haH tho faculty of weaving In
comedy touches and always at- th
tight limo and place. One enjoys
? h's lecture and regrets when ho has
ills tnlk au Imagination. thc
honrchllght of tho soul, (a most uri
Iii Floor C4?6,
ure steadily increasing. There
arc many reasons for this, bat
we attribute the business in
these lines largely to thc fact
that customers are always
able to lind herc just what
they want and can buy just
. the quantity desired.
I Phone us your needs.
Anderson Paint & Color Co
Made to Measui
Tailored to Pleas
.?..;'?*> ..)? yJ.'."..:*.;.., .'.
/When you buy a suit hore i
litado to your measure by a? QI
tailor, according to your bodily t
' uotcriw.ica,' and our guarantee u
flt, fabric fashion and finish
.with each ?rdor
: At either $1?". $18, or up
very most for tho motley you ex]
v. >Vc ."aro all,-wording for y dur ?
faction and success in building
yo? oloites that >vlit in every wc
sai^dactory. n^it us prove it.
Seo tho Wew -P?ltti Beach Suit
display nore now; also all thc 1
.yHuWes in summer ?Airniahlbgi
mu; Including a complete Bloc
nil that's good tn warm weather
presslve and set many hearers think
ing ulong new lines of growth anil
endeavor. H's differontatlon bc
itween wealth ami richea has a valu
able presentation ol thought for
those who are working along th?
path of real progresa. As.a sugges
tion, hu offer? tho statement that
no being ls Kif?; unless lie goes into
the sucret of IIIH own soul. Ile indi
cates tho lack of it he ethical element
in buuhiess and in HO many of the
affairs of life and tlmt it will only he
by the introduction of this ethical
element that conditions will in
prove III paying tho price for ev
orythlng, Mr. Uennett bringa out thc
fact most dramatically and with
Virilitv by telling the Interesting ?tory
of thc "Black Wolf Chase."
I EARLY HOURS MONDAY
AND PEOPLE ARE ASKED TO
DO THEIR BUYING IN
,THE LATE ORDERS
! Prevent the Merchants From Clos
j ing Their Door? at thc Usual
lt li? of wide interest lu note tluvt
on Monday afternoon, May ), nearly
all of tho city stores of the c ly b?
gln closing at 0:wO. and sin p.iors will
have to do their buying carly. Sum
mer 1B nearly herc, and the stores
aro closing early as ls their usps)
Tho shoppers are asked and re
quested to assist the various mer
. chanta of .thc city in bolng ablo to
close their stores ut 6 :'.'<). They/can
do this by doing their shopping early
and by not walting un tl ibo last
mliv.rto to order their groceries. All
orders for groceries and ' moat',
should bo mado by ! o'clock in' .tlx.
afternoon !f ?'?livery ls desired ber
foro n'tfht. Thic rv'll enable tho
ci erk.* to get up thc orders and
have them sent out before cloding
time. After ..May '?1 and up until
I September 1, tho stores will closo at
! 8 o'clock.
FJ&ANKLIN AL'BBB LNJUBED
Dynamite Cap,Exploded In Bis Hand
? Franklin Acker., thc young son
of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Acker of
East' HIvor strebt, had his left hand^
sevcrly injured yesterday after
noon whon a dynamite cap exploded
in his hand, or while he had als
hand near it. lie -was rushed to
the county hospital and thoro lt waa
found necessary to amputate all thc
fingers on his loft hand.
It Booms that yesterday afternoon
tho little fellow went down to
Rocky river to fish. Later ho came
homo and lu seno-way secured
some dyitujnlto caps. After he
carno homo ho wont out into an old
shed in Ute yard and nothing moro
was heard from him until an ex
I plosion was hoard and ho waa soon
running from the building. Medical
attention was summoned at once,
I.and although not. dangerously hurt,
tho 'wounds aro causing a great deal
| Don't forget the Cake Sale ?I
j Moore-Wilton Co.V store Satur
day hy the Philathea Class First
?E?EEN LOIS SOLD
LAND Jill SALE
RANGING !N PRICE FROM
$450 TO $155-OTHERS
TO BE SOLD
Were Part of Sub-Division of This
Property and Wa? Located
Near Anderson College
M?o autclon Bale of lots un thu
Fred Q. I3rowno sub-dl vision ot
College Height*, sold under the HU
|jor\f?'!on of the Frank Air DcCanipe
Realty company, 'waa well carried
out, 1!* lots-being ?old when the Kal?;
was closed. The sale began at 2:'Mi
and there were present a luau -250
people. Tho extensive advertising of
t!)?> sale created much interest in il.
Tile following ls a*list ot thc lot's
sold, tho purchasers and the prices
No?. 1 and 2, Jan. Kennedy, $150
Nos. Ii. I and 5, L. Jacobs at $341
Nos. tl and 7. Ivowie Sm ?Hi, $300
Nos. H and U, F. IO. Alexander ai
No. IO. Af. S. Nimm-ns. $100.
Nos. ll and 12, J. K. Cllnkscaics,
No. il. S. ?. Hums. $:t'.o
Nos. 42 and 42, Mrs. Erskine, $215
No. 44, unknown, ?22.">.
No. 15. Ralph Drake, $155.
Nos. 47 and 48, li. M. Grlilln. $185
There aro a number of other lots
on this property which will bc sohl
by private sale during thc .next few
days. After these deals ure cons-uni
ated tao For! automobile will be
Miss Annie C-iiubr?ll was tho win
ner of the $10 cash prize, she having
suggosted the nanto o'. Highland ave
nue for the street which was to be
IN EARLES GARAGE
McKEE MOTOR SALES COM
PANY OF LAURENS IS RE
HAVE THREE CARS
Will Sell Haynes, Oakland and
Maxwell--Mr. Frank Norman
is in Charge.
Temporary ?ales rooms cir thu Mc
Keo Motor SaleB company of Lau
rens have been opened In Earle's
garago in this city, Mr. Frank Nor
man having already arlved to bc
In charge of tho business herc. This
ls a fub-agoncy of tho Laurens Mel
lor, Car company, which fe ono of th-,
largest automobile agencies In thc
southern stateB, and which airead;,
has salCB rooms In Columbia. Grccn
.wood, Spartanbufg. -Grconvlllo and
The agency in thia city will s?l)
the Oakland, tho (Maxwell and tnt
Haynes, ?ill caro ol national roputr
Mon and tho nvo passongor modelt
of each respectivo retail for $855
$605 and $1<885. Mr. Normar
brought with him a Maxwell and Oak
land-; for demonstration. A sh lp
ment of irlayne? ore oxpoctcd w'.?h
in the next few days. Mr. Nor
man l*ad a Haynes in the city yestcr
day bili, lt had been sold to a. part j
tn Amyville and waa taken thsro foi
31A i IJ KOUTK CHANUK!!. }
Twenty.Three More Families 8erm
by Chango, on No ii.
: HJff?ctlv? Alay 1, Rural Route No
3 going.out''?from, tho city to th<
northwest will bo changed* and om
milo and an eighth will be ad .led t<
tho length of tho roul<?, and 23 Sd
.ditlonal families will get mall a
their doors. Some o? tab patrons o
.the -route took the matter up. 'wk*
Congressman Aiken and secured Uv
Beginning at tim poatofBca the car
rier will go .orkward by
. Townsend's Twltto mill, Cox's
Yarn, Mill and "Milla' substa
tion *o Ctrsvton Snipes. ... . 3J
Wost by Glenn's to T.. H. Bur
ris.. ... . ..if:
Southwest, to. New Prospect
/church.. .. ...... .... i.
Northwest by Contenllle to, .
B?wden's Gin. . .. . . .y ,&M$
Northeast by JTWnver to Simp-. .
son's corner.. .. . f.
Bou th by tfrnrpson'* Mill to S" J.
i watson's .. . . .. ........ i .
W-oat to P; A. . Jones. . .;'...,?? 1?
Bou th to; J.. F.- Marita.;. ,1
Waat to OWeal Pisco,, .. 2.
North to Allen* place. :.? .. .. 1.
North en s t to S^lani eh. ur ch.... .2
Southeast by ;prx>r., Houso to
V&mt to?sps<rtU??r p>actory.
Down railroad to postofflce- 3.
Total length' ot* route*. .. ' ..??i
Tit? only chance you have es
jarapaaeast week - NjannaUy'i
FURNITURE STORE .
BURNED \M NIGHT
DESTROYED AND BUILD.
Insurance Carried on Stock Was
About $750-Was Valued
At Twice That Amout
Ki ru ^radically ?lest roy cd thc en
tiro con ten ta of the Cleveland Furl
Mirc store, located on South Muln
street near the city lim:??., last night
about X o'clock. Thc Interior of thc
building was UIHO greatly damaged.
It was by the quick arrival of the
fire department and their hard work
(hat tho building was saved at all.
Junst how the fire started io- not
known, but seme of those who first
discovered it say that it started in
tho rear of tho building. The blaze
was a moan and stubborn one and
very hard to got under control.
Mr. W. D. McLean of this cit>
carried Insurance on thc contents of
tho bulldiug to thc amount of $750.
The net loss will probably be bo
. v -'n $1,500 and $2.000, including
thu U mage to the building.
HON SERVICES IN
: CHAUTAUQUA TEN]
ALL DENOMINATIONS WILL
UNITE ON SUNDAY
Composed of Members of Choir*
of AU Churches-Dr. Frazer
"ll! . I
* ! _ ?
AU of tho, churches of tho ct:
have decided .to unite and have un
ion Cervices in thc big Chautauquf
tent' on tho corner of North Mali
and Sharpe streets. This servio
will probably be the biggest of itt
kind to bo held.'this year. Dr. Fraz
er, pastor of the First Presbyterial
church, will preach and tho ser
vices will begin at 8.30 instead o
8 o'clock as har; been tho case ii
tho churches of the city.
Ono of the attractive features o
the services will be tho singing o
tho large chorus, all tho choirs o
the various churches of tire city tak
lng part. AH members of . tin
choirs are asked to attend.
The tent has been granted by tin
Chautauqua people, and the pastor
or the city hopo to have the big
gest union service of the year ol
Sunday night. ;,
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* LET TEKS UNCALLED FOB. <
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Following ls tho list of letters Te
maining uncalled for in the postofilc
at Anderson, S. C.. for the wee!
ending April 26, 1M6. Porsons call
lng for these wi|l please* say tha
thoy wero -advertised. Ono cont du
on all advertisodimattcr.
A-?Mrs. J. W. Allon.
IL- Mra. Mattie ?B?wiu. L. M
Holl, Liga Brisan, Nowin Brown.
C-IL B. Cbbpor.
.D-Charlie Dubose, Ollie W. Dill
E-C. A. El rod,: Lawrence Earle.
,p_jV yt. 'Fletcher. J. G. FaU<
Q-Ada Grove, Mrs. kosa Gibbs.
Il-M. Hall. M. H. Harrison. Ma
Hunnlcutt, Loyd Hollis, L. Halium;
J. H. Hayes, Foster Hali. Mrs. Anni
K-Julia Kesyola, Mrs. Iono Kim
Jim" Kioeth. . '
L- Annlo l^ov.brett, Mrs. Adlln
M--Lilian Mairtln, H. V. Mltohol
K. >V. Mattlson, JB. I1*. McD?Vld.
M-M)ss Jano: Nduhn.
.P-M?88 Alice Powors.
Pt-ll. A. Reid. .
. tJ-r^ilrs. Hos?r Swlng?r, Mrs. IL T
8abdera, Mrs. L- .S./.Stamps. Doss'
. T-i., Thompson, *Eygeno Thom;
son, Mles Lenora Thompson.
rv-M. J. Vaddtver, Mles Matti
<?? W^Bmma Whsw?r. M. I. Wil
banka, Mra. Ossie : .Williams.
MONEY toB SCHOOLS.
TiVl 988fi W?s* Rece! red Ber? le
County Treasurer G. : ?, ?. Bol
man and Superintendent J. B. Foltc
are In receipt ?drices from C
lumbla to the-.effect'that tho Sta
board of education has made un a
dlt'onal appropriation of $835 f
"deed? schools" later Andereon ccu
ty. Tho money in cow available
the treasurer's ?ftw?. .
The followlcg schools nhare
tho appropriation :
Croea Roads,. ... ';. ... .. ..$1
Oak ?Ht.smp ..- ..
SECOND WEEK JURORS
WILL SERVE FOR WEEK BE
GINNING ON MONDAY,
CONVENES MAY 8
Court Will Convene on That Date
and Will Last For Two Weeks
From Present Indication.
The Juror commission yesterday
drew the Jurors to serve during thu
second week of the court, of general
sessions. Court convenes May 8th
and the following jurors have been
drawn for the week commencing May
J. P. Shearman, Hinsby Crek.
J. A. Harris, Hopewell.
D. P. Wright, Fork.
J. J. Galley. Hall..
J. 13. Herring. Fork.
' .1. L,. Wiles, Corner.
W. L. Maddox, Anderson.
lt. F. Maddox, Anderson.
H. P. Wilson, Garvin.
J. T. Cartee, Garvin.
W. N, Coker, Belton.
H. H.. Norris. Rook Mills.'
I. .. D. Blake, Belton.
W. A. Lyles. WilllamBton.
ll. P. Black, Rock Mills.
A. D. Montgomery, Savannah.
P. tl. Balentne. IBrondaway.
('. S. Gambrill, Brushy Creek.
W. L. Brissoy, Anderson.
J. R. Austin, Honea Path.
?Ino. Thompson, Hopewell.
Ralph Hunter, Pendleton.
J. E. Wofford, Varennes.
R. W. Pruitt. Anderson.
W. L. Mahaffey. Wllllamston.
H. C. StnnBell. Wllllamston.
A. M. Mllam, Pendleton.
J. H. Gulley, Varennes.
J. B. Marshall, Anderson.
W. M. Shirley. Honea Path.
.1. E. W. Ashley. Martin.
H. E. McDonald. Varennes.
W. -M. Caldwell. Wiliamston.
H. F. Norris. Belton.
Arthur Rhody, Centorvllle.
D. M. Milford, Martin.
Jno. Holland. Broadaway.
Will "licet at 7 O'Clock This Even.
?tiff In Hotel CblqnolQ.
Tho regular monthly meeting ol
tho Anderson County Association ol
Life Underwriters will be held thlf
evening at 7 o'clock In th* Hotel
Chiquola. A supper will ba sorve.1
a* d Pr. Frazer will make a. speech
Al! members of the association are
requested to be present at this meet
To Make Police Uniforms.
Mr. H. H. Rosenberg, tho tailor
has been awarded a contract to make
the summer uniforms for the mem
bers or the p?lice force. Soveral lo
cal concerne submitted bids, ont]
Mr. Rosenborg won out. The police
men are now ?being measured foi
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
Tho undersized, administrators o!
the estate of Wm. G. Anderson, de
ceased, hereby gives notice that sh?
wilt on May 26th, 1916, at ll o'clock a
m., apply to the judge of probate foi
Anderson county for a final settle
ment of said estate and a discharge
from their office as administrators.
J. H. Anderson,
Mary J. "Anderson. r
April '?2. 1916.
Why Constipation Injures.
Tim bowel? are the natural Bewer
age system of the body. When the]
become obstructed'by constipation i
part of thc pol son ou? matter wi ile!
they should carry, off ls absorbed, in
tb tho system, making you feel dui
and stupid, and Interfering with . thc
digestion and assimilation of food
This oondttlon is quickly relieved, bj
Chamberlain's Tablets. Obtalnabh
TUB CARR MUSICAL CO.
?THE WEDDIN? BELLS'*
?THE FOX HUNT.*
. Featuring f
COI.. .7. T. ROBERTS
_aBrlgatft&' fiftttt fa Tsw>^ ,
Helen Holmes -.##1
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''THE GIRL AND THE
"TSiOSE LOVE PANGS"
BETTER KIND O? MOVIES
1 SPORT SKIRTS
Our buyer sent us some thirty odd of the "warmest"
Sport Skirts that, ever came to town. There's not a dead
one in the bunch, winch doesn't mean that they are "aw
ful," but rather that they are "the thing"-just the kind the
women are wearing in New York right now.
They come in Wool materials with Plaid:
$5 to $8.50.
-Taffeta Silks, willi stripes running this way and that,
checks one size and another, all sorts of colortf, a few solid
$7.50 to $25.00.
-White Corduoys with bands of blue and rose, Gold
$2.50 to $6.50.
Some Skirts Some Class
You Want to see them
\ "-quick, too!
Has no equal, making
ample allowance for
contraction and expan
Now is the time to put
a new roof on your
house i to protec t you
from fires and teaks,
Write or 'phone us for
1E?k ' It&S? ?k fl ?L " ?M^ vl?? fiO N '
i?tO?l iP^Bf NB \? K?" An ounce of prevention la worth
JTia H1^1 FT! ff? ? pound of r-.iiro. ? This Ie.the ;
11 vA \ fJr\l if li I 1 ?W b* PREVENTIVE MEDI
U?rSl-'-?M !l if If 1 f . CINE. Nowhere IB this HO nee* g
IS \l ^ & I* Vf \# ?ss?rjr ap In regard lp tho care
*^ tJ 'W' of tho TEETH, Visit tho don* ;
tist AT LEAST twice a year, rrhother you think ybtt hcied lt. br, riot.
Let him givo your tcoth & thorough cleaning, a?arcb, .but the'.b?ghinlnga
of decay, clean, off the tartar, and in, general. PREVENT thono dcntul
ey'lu that are likely to crow ca you unaware.-:.
DR. HENRY ; tt WELLS,
ILwIdcnco 'Plioae CS. Anderson, S. C. ?.?fif?Wl&?lsai*.
-a*-? i III II III' i r i ?Vi mi.j.Wi li i iii ? ^ 11 lit? r^*ii ??ir?nCTw i?> rtii<>Ayu^ti._jl jig il iii jj ito
Whcti you take your; trip this summer be s?f? and
supply yourself With K N* A K. Traveler'* Cheela.
"Dashed eyery; where^^;7your signature is, your iden?
tibcation; if iost no one esc can get i?teiiii??shcd;
and the cost ls v??y small. ;
K; Hi and K. Traveler's ?h?cks are for; sale at
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ii,ntilfil,ipl III mIII Will ill ' fm H?1 ?llili?f?l?Jlp?^>l??WyiHHH'liH