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Savage aAd Tiger..6 Reels
Naked Truth..5 Reels
Officer Sixty-Six/_.,.6 Reel*
Dubnrry .,'V . ;._ 5 Reels
And "The Strange Case of Mary Page
Spendthrift .. ...... 6" Reeh
Napoleon and France v ................... ?? Reels
Music every evening by'Anderson's famous trio, Messrs.
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Mc CaUlay, Edwards onoVSrhith.
SPRING AND SUMMER
Mark the smart styles, the un
approachable cut and superb.
tailoring in the suits shown here
$12.50, $16, $?W *sic?
You know the minute, you
see them that they are right;
there isn't ? question ;?f ie?m-*'X
promise, not a shadow:; pf inde
We have other good suits at
And we are ready with < a
great line of Straw Hat's-1-""
Straws,- 50c to \ $3.00
The Up to Date Clothier , .
. Headquarter* for Regal Shoes. \
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/HEN yo? buy Ajax tiresyou
! get something more than fine
rubber and fabric and the vulcani?.
: zation of these, two. You get
the maker's steadfast determin?- ,
tion for Quality. Ajax tires are
; guaranteed-^rin Anting for 5000
T miles. Measured in .niiles, i4iaaj are
bette?* pires by 15?0 miles.
u While others are claimi?vg Quality
ive are guaranteeing it."
COMPLETE REPORT MADE AT
LAST MEETING BOARD
RESULT OF WORK
Not Only PupUs But Buildings
Have Been Inspected By
Tho following report was sub
mitted at tho last meeting of the
school trustees and comes from a
committee appointed last fall to in
spect the schools and pupils In the
district. Thw County Medical asso
ciation asked Dr. \V. H. Nardin to
take charge and direct tho 'work.
The report is an important one, and
should be read by everyone interest
ed in the Anderson schools: N
Aaderson. S. C. May .">. 1010.
Hon. Board of'Trustees,
Anderson\ School District Xo. 17,
Anderson, S. C.
The following is a report of the
w?-rk and findings of the committee
appointed last fall to inspect the
schools and pupils In the district
which is given for your considera
What recommendations we may
give ore' 1n the spirit of sanitary ad
vice, and in no way to be considered
Last fall Dr. W. H. Kardia was
asked by the County Medical associa
tion to take charge and; direct this
work, and with the cooperation of the
following gentlemen, without whoso
help this work would not have been
done, Drs. Wade Thompson, E. A.
Hines. O. V. Pruttt. J. R. Young.
W. P. Ashmore. Carl Sanders, H. H.
Acker, B. A. Henry and C. F. F.oss\
this work has been done, with the as
sistance and help of Drs. F. D.
Suggs. J. R.' Thompson and C. M.
Sanders, .from the dental profcj.don.
whose help was invaluable*.
This work was hard, consuming .a
great deal of time and saorlflc? On
the part of t.heso gentlemnn who had
to sacrifice their "business to do this,
and did so without any murmur or
complain*, feeling that while thero
was to be no monetary remuntrctalon
that they would be fully paid in the
knowledge that they were instrumen
I tal In starting a wor?by cause. j
This committee not only inspected
the schobl children, but also tlio
bulldlngs^and grounds from a sani
tary point of view, knowing full
well that the sanitary condition found
would be as. good as the majority' 6t
their homes, but with th? Idea that
the-school should be a. model in higti
tr ideals, for them io follow through
out their lives we feel that tlie sani
tary surroundings should be as near
ideal as possible.
We made an inspection of each
j Child in school noting the. grosser de
r feitfe only and calling the parents
i attention . to tlie same, asking that
i these children" should b? taken to
their family physician and have him
make a careful examination to as
certain-the correctness, of the boards
j findings and requesting that this be
I corrected. The findings of the board
was noted.on a specially printed card,
whieb? was^to be filed, by the teacher
of ' that ^respective grade so that at
| tho' end of the school yea1.' it con'd.
be i.^certsinr.-.l whether, or . not tue
cause of the child's Inability to make
their grade was due in any part to
any physical defect, for in this way
only can the good of this work bo
Tho notification card to the parent
was carefully. Worded so as not to
give offense to the most thin-skinned.'
Below you W.1U find a/.sbulated
Tecbrd. of the number of pupils Si
amined in each grade and the num
ber that are affectait:with' the several
defects for which, they were examin
While some of these troubles may
seem trifling, Und far removed from
the ability'-to-learn,, yet you have on
ly to remember, that smtSIl things
may keep one from doing their best.
\Vo have looked for small troubles as
I well as large ones.
' In our examinations . each grade
was. taken and each pupil in Chat
grade was given an individual ex
amination, as far' as practical, and
^.here was no trouble with these With
-few exceptions, none objecting to bo
examined when it bad been, properly
explained to them.: and there was.no
object ton on the parts of th?-parents
as far as w have ' learned, .for at
th? beginning they were told that no
pupil had to be examined if there
wob any objection on the part of the
parent 'or pupil, und I have*had sev
eral to come to .me tnd thank > tit
for the .examination arid, to calling
. their attention to. tho defects found.
V :The complote report . being top.
long, a icoridensetTlorm. is printed be
'Svari%tT of children in city schools
suffering from poor nutrition, 20;
anemia; 13 f; glands, enlarged, ;'S3;
trachoma, 93;' defective vlaiop. S30;
'detective; tceiti; i;0id; tonsils, .648;
adenoids 216; not vacrlnat?d,'' 4ig;
teeth brushed daily, nul : uoraber ex
We recommend .that as soon a* pos
sible that the. board of trustees - en
gage oho or' more school ^hyaiclSns
whose duty yill.;be to see that every
child is given a thorough examina
tion ut the beginning of the school
year and that all defects noted aud
corrected as far as.possible and the
teacher be informed as-to tho condi
tion found BO they will bo in a posi
tion to understand the nature of that
indtvidtal cfcttd, . .
> OF SCHOOL S
That all children who have been
pbsent from school from uny cauh-c
10 obtain from this school physician
a certificate stating that jto was
no contagious disease lu the child or
family, and if there had been that it
was no longer any danger of con'.u
glon. In this manner, and this on
ly, con opidemlc diseases in the
school be etamped out and prevent
ed In their beginning.
Ab to the grounds and buildings,
they will. be taken up as they were
Ndrib Funt Street School.
We found the bullding weil lighted
us a rule, with plenty of heat, but
the only means of ventilation was by
raising the windows which made a
draught on those near the windows, j
and we would suggest that those
E-mail transoms above each w'ndow,
which sro now fixed, be made to turn,
and in this way wo thluk that there
would be a splendid ventilation at a
very low cost.
Wo wouu suggest that each room be
supplied with a thermometer as that
the teacher could better toll bow to
The toilets, both for the boys and
girls, especially the former, lack both
light und outside ventilation and
some steps should be taken to put a
modern system, and at least the light
ing and ventilation should be at
tended to before the opening of the
fall semester. The room upstairs,
now being used for the first grade,
is too small and poorly light and
with no means of venyiatior, except)
one window, and this should not be
allowed another session.
We would suggest, that the base
ment in the front of the building bo
made into ? play room, ex gymna
sium, as soon as possible. The space
Is there and Is going to. waste, and
there is groat need for such here in
your public, school system.
Some of the desk arc facing tbo
light and wo would suggest that all
desks be so situated that the light
cemc i from'the rear of the pupil, and
over the left shoulder. At' soon as
piactical, the ceilings should be re
placed by wooden 0110? as the plas
tered encs arc always falling nn-1 in
that way are'a menace to the child
- The Kounedy Street School.;.
This being the nowest one would
expect. It to be the most modern, and
wo found it in splendid condition.
Each-room well lighted, the desk
placed in a proper position, and th>
!oilets uro excellent, and we would
ri'jggc-?t tin*, these bo used as* a mod
el for. you to follow In your othe
schools. - There is no adequate way
of ventilation, except by the .window
method, some change should bo made
there' -There is a thermometer in
The ToKawa-rSchonl. *
This lo welli" lighted and without
s?wer. As soon, a^ possible steps
should be mado'to connect] with the
city system. What was fcald as to
ihe ventilation of the Kennedy street
school: will apply here.
The^West Market 8fr?*t School.
Tula Is* very poorly lighted and no
means of ventilation.' The toilets
are neither lighted .nor ventilated and
a,o anything but mode 1 h, and some
pteps. should be taken, at once to rec
tify tho same. This-/school' Is more
ovor-crbwi led. than. any of the other
schools inspected, and should not bo
allowed. There, should bo a ..ther
hiometer In each room for th? bene
fit of .-those who Hve'there the. best
part of .each day, and some way made
to better Ventllato them. : i
Tm? fHenn .Street School.
This Is well lighted and heated and
the toilets' are very good. There are
"no themometers in the rooms and no
way to ventilate.
This being a mod mi building it is
well lighted, and fairly weir heated.
Stoves be'ng used.ifOT the source of
heat. The. water supply is not good
'bolus obtained from ? pump in a sur
face^ closets, and tho supply should
be obtained from the city mains,
which run ttep.rby.'. The toilets are
fair considering that they are surr
face/privy type, hut- these should be
replaced.:-by. fly proof modern sur
fr.ee closets, of the Asheyillo type, till
the connection with <th? clly screr
system conid bo obraln??.
South Pent Street?Colored.
Tho school Is badly, over-crowded
In every room. 'XoVine?ns.of ventila
tion^ Tli?'ncsltion.' Of tho" desk are
correct in-all but the'fifth' and ?l:*i
grades': The toilets are vile, and at?
tent ion in called to tho state law re<
quiring all' public Scherls to bo con
nected with so wer ^system.. ; The
drainage* from the drinking 'fountains
Should alsp^ bo connected-, with the
sewer system. The other school was
not inspected on account of lateness
of ih? "s?sE-ion.
. Oho fact that wo- especially wltA
to call your attention' to ,1s' the nnrot
her of children la" school that have
not been vac .i'nuted at all, and
theses.figures ao not' cover all that
have net :hecn v.?Cdnated, as some ot
the teachers did not understand- to
report to :us- tho number-:in.-their re
spective-grades, who had not. been
vaccinated, so thl?. list is only a par
tial one, of &?t children examined in
the ;?vhite- tchooie,' -4T4 -h?ve*"nerer
been' vaccinated. This condition la
pot fair-to. tho children , themselves,
to the. community * In which, .we live,
and is m r?f I/wtlo? ;b&h to. th? board
of trust?es and the medical proles
F1UE VESTEHOAt AFT?R?fOa\
Mrs. ; I/bi-le IlarbhVa htim* > Was
JKriwd Se?r' sandy Spring. ?
Tho homo, of i.rrty tisteie Harbin
near Sandy Springs' was '-destroyed,
by fire y?sferdajr atffkrnoon at 3:30
o'clock:- VnY building was an eight
room residence, and- only a little of
tho furniture was"-,*avcd. No In
surance was carried.
"Brightest Spot la Towa"
THE CODE OF MARCIA
ALSO RED CIRCLE
"THE LOST BRIDEGROOM'
"THE GIRL AND THE
BETTER KIND OF MOVIES
Ab administrator:', of th? estate of
J. (1- Sullivan, deceased, we will sell
for cash at public joutcrp in front of
the Court House at Anderson, S. C,
at eleven o'clock a.- m., on May 22nd,
1916. the following:
1 1-3 shares of capital stock of
Riverside Mfg. Co. '
2 1-3 shares of capital stock of
Anderten Cotton mills?
1 shares of capital stock of Coi
2 shares of capital stock Icommon)
of Anderson Phosphate & ? HCo.
9 shares of capital stock of Orr
Cotton mills. .
1 1-3 shares of capital stock of
Standard Warehouse Co. * .
HARRIETT D. SULLIVAN.
G. GULLEN. SULLIVAN.
LADIES! LOOK YOUNG.
DHH CRM HAIR
V'e the Old-time Sage Tea and
Sulphur and Nobody
Gray hair, however handsome, de
notes advancing age. We all know
tho advantages of a youthful appear
anco. Your hair is your charm. It
makes o, mars the face. When it
fades, turns gray and looks streaked,
just a few applications of Sage Tea
and Sulphur enhances its appearance
u hundred fold..
Don't stay gray! Look young! Elth
bt prepare the recipe at home or got
.from any drug wtoro a 50-cent bottle
of "Wyeth's Rage and ' Sulphur com
pound," .which is merely the old-time
recipe improved by tho addition of
other Ingredients. Thousands of
folks r?aommend. this . rebdy-to-use
preparation because it darkens the
hair beautifully, besides, no one can
possibly tell,' as it. darkens ko na
turally and evenly. Yon moisten a
sponge or soft brush with It, draw
ing this through the hair, taking oho
small strand at a time. By morning
the : gray hair disappears ; after an
other application or two, its natuvu
color is restored and It becomes thick,
j 'ossy and lustrouB, and you appeal.I
WyothNj Sage, and Sulphur . Com
pound is a delightful toilet requisite.
It is not Intended for the cure, miti
gation or prevention of disease.
You are spending, too
much money! Please
think one minute!
What per cent of
your income dc you
save? Un?^ss you put
aside some each pay
d?y you ar? not doing
your duty to yourself Jcf\
Join the Savings
Club now. ' &?W&
B?ok of AndersoB
Th? Strongest Bank
in the County.
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If you choose ycfiir Corset
carefully it will be a f^oritf?c?^?
for only front lace corsets find fa
vor now, and,just as surely will It
The Frost Eaee Corset
iWith the Ventilo Back
for no other corset interprets the new styles so subtly or
possesses so many refinements. We have them in stock for I
or if you wish the better grades we will have your corset
made at prices that range up to.R25.oo.
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The "Treo" Elastic Girdle
Is meeting with much favor for young ladies and'growing
girls. The ideal girdle for all out door sports, dancing and
the like. Of course; its stylish^ too. ' ;-.. - ,
$1.00 to $2.5?
If you have a corset need of any sort, come to us\ We
sell only the best. V
White Canvas Shoes
$5.00 Valttes $2.95
Tomorrow we offer one lot white canvas
hand turned sole shoes for ladies, with white
covered heelr?nine inches high
$5.30 Values, Here for $2.95
Nonev Charged or Sent On ?ppt?V^h)
Geisberg Eros. Shoe ?oi
Shoes Thal Satisfy
Under Masonic TempS?