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Cool and Care Free
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You go to your business , or. your
vacation cool and care free when you
wear one of Tribble's handsome
Summer Suits- .
AND KOOL KLOTH
$5.00 to $7.50. I
$10, $12.50 and $15.
And everything in Shirts, Neckwear and Summer Under.
R. ? TRIBBLE
The Lfp"To"Da?e Clothier
vvni y era walk ?ro?
Isso miles prepar
ing ?IDrt clearing;
away after tncal?,
Sit down at your
work with aO ?up-,
plie? ?t Coser?'
ends-thin- . .
Hove NS %r?
honra to spiro
Timo for music,' Titno ' fer read- "Tiino to dress After
for outdoore. !or ' ins. eorrotpood-, meals before unex
V choppicsr.or- ' . ?it? ojr? laney: -.?poetad caner? ar-.
'work- ttve. . .
11 Weekly I
THE HOOSIER KITCHEN CABINET
Xs the Greatest ?abor Saver of the Age. ;
See Window Display '
* I wiuVpay thirteen and one half cents for
cotton delivered by November ist. in pay
ment for Buries and Carnages,; bought
frpr^^?w'?ntil August 1st; vj. have a few
good second hand Automobiles that I will
sell ;pn same condition, also some good
driving hdrses'and mules.
BLUE RIDGE AND SOUTIEN
Fxom Anderson, S C.
Hate Date of Sale Final Intuit
iKooifcvillb. Tenn ... B.8E jipne 18, IS, 20,. 2-i, 25, 18 days
?j?&riipt^ l?.40 Juna 18 to 2? is flay*
fjplmwlelphte^^",v^..^.. ,;V. S7^ Janell te;25.: . JutyAS
iWew^or^N. Y. .,Y..v?: ?.2S.?O July 5 ^. o .,;.t?yt|0;
Baltimore. Md. . . ,...:i7i96 t?e :?, 30, Jn?y 1 July Jg
$uKbtO?;N, ?/. . IV?.. ? .....30^ ?ly 8)to?uiy 23
^cinaafti, ^h$cv (i - ,,im ifenaia,28, m>ao,:c. july 21
t?$t?k Bill/8, C. .: v.' .V ^^O?^-^^fc:i July-88
^fcviilK Tenn.,. '.. ..12.80}Jnua i*, i?ftj*. 10, 24, 15-flay?
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; ^ t?il^rraation^ raj?ardja? i?iwo ?nd ali )#ea and rauroadinferraaUon.
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TO AIDiN WAH
Thousands of Firms Register
With Haral Consulting 6oard.
30,000 ENGINEERS AT WORK
Committee on Industrial Preparedness,
Taking Inventory of Country's Susi*
noss, at Gama Tima Showo PacAory
or Mill How lt Can Ba Useful . In j
Timas of Need to Army and Navy.
Tho returns from the vast industrial
inventory now being made In every
nook and corner, of the Union by ?.tho
committee .on industrial preparedness
OC the United States Naval Consulting
board mark a new and vital relation
??twesa t'?e business m?.n of Asr?r?cc
and tho federal government Over
100009 firms are being registered.
The information gathered is tbohret
fruit of the work of tho army oJT30,?
OOO American engineers, members of
five eminent scientific bodies, who
form tho field force of tho committee
organized to find out for the govern
ment the real industrlnl resources of
the nation in'time.of war.
" For th's sweeping canvass, which ls
beaded by Howard E. Coffin, chair
man, nud W. S. Gifford,, supervising
director, the whole country hoe been
highly systematized, with directing
boards of the leading engineers In
.every state, the District of Columbia
and Alaska. This marvelous smooth
working organization of unpaid experts
has already accomplished definito re
sults, end the great Inventory, as
shown by the reports of state chair
men . now . being received, is moving
swiftly and satisfactorily to its end.
The manufacturers of the nation,
recognizing tho highly quail Dod and !
nonpartisan personnel of this move-1
. ment, which has tho strong support ot
tho president tho military heads and'
the Chamber of Commer?a ot the Unit
ed States, have almost without.excep
tion responded with the most intelli
gent patriotism and the deepest Inter
est in thu close knit movement for a
thoroughgoing industrial preparedness.
They were called upon to. givo very
comprehensive infurination on tho
adaptability of their factories, mills
and mines to federal , uses from the
hour of military mobilization, tho data
to be held in the strictest confidence
for the solo scrutiny and benefit of the
- war-and navy departments of the Unit
. v?a. few- manufacturers have doubted
tho ability of their plants to aid* the
. government in .wartime. t?hey have
almost invariably changed ta?ir views
when shown how litUo doutt there ls
that on the-outbreak of war practical
ly nil concerns not engaged in lines of
'work, essential to the notional needs
would be stripped of their labor, either
for the army or for manning other in
dustrial plants vital fer. the supply of
Such needs, and that in tho event of
hostilities probably 80 per cent, of the
Industries of Amarice would of neces
sity be concentrated on producing-the
myriad elements of twentieth century
.-.warfare.. '. .l^gST"
in the Btate of New Torie alone some
85,000. firms are being inventoried.' In
no cas? so far has the New Yo rk beard
met. with. definite refusal to give the
desired information. ; Tho filled in
forms aro already arriving at ? Chair
man 2. G. White's office at.the rate bf
Several hundred a day, although this
?W&r4 asked many of the larger .firms ?
. to sacrifice speed to' accuracy.
.v-U*fctA IBftOTyrwga ohnu-a aimArf .Miiawt.'
mwjs desire on the part of these busi
ness' men. many ot thom of Interna
tional . reputation, te support tho "work
of tho committee, and a summary of
their letters discloses fa-th?,'most In?,
tcrestlng and graphic way how .the'ln?.
du s tri ca of tho Empire State could lad
just? themselves to the, needs of CO?-j
filet it-r?nd,'.'aa Supervising Director
Gifford says;' "lt ls a very imperativo
*?t? "-efficiently mobilized In timo of
-. 'A' largo 'capacity ?ash chain maier,,
fer example, believed he could with
?ltHo difficulty prodr?ie cartridge clips
for rlfics and machino guns, and. a
manufacturer of thrashing machinery J
wes sure be could make 000 alx-iuch
shelis per day.
Hew MafcUfartuVar* Respond, i.
. 'A maker of ' underwear .'declwred ho
?wild tara ont bandages ano* other
?nit gooda for tho army and navy and
v?etf'-Croaa jwryices, ' a button >maker
igtjt bis^rhacblps'S could be used
email munitions work, and a com?
my" manu'ac turing drugs stated that j
tt couhl. turn d conslderablo portion of.
ita product luto en adjunct for making
cbrdl.o for shelia.
? Cris- welt known mundry not many
mUt? froto Boy?ling Green said it waa
well eq-a?ppcd to tura cut toola abdma
?ei?ttk^vf?rri?sfl''arma and ammuni
tion, v?'lfaaker et. Salting* even ' suggest*
which to fasten equipment on sxvldlere,
? leading . ftmtafo'-V rasnnSftCitnrer
>7rot?, .^We, look upon lt as a r?st
fldty to fill out the blank forwarded
to tW? tba president of a ?seat ?ah
RESTAURANTS AND SODA
FOUNTS ENJOY A RUSH
Campaign Meeting Big Boom To
Restaurant* and soda fountB were
alive with patrons froni ll o'clock
until 4 yesterday, afternoon. At the
dinner hour at th* restaurants it was
almost impossiolo 'ti walt on (ac
crowds. Gus Antonias stated that
ho had tho best day his business has
enjoyed in soveral months.
Around the soda founts lt was dif
ficult to get waited upon, and not
chico tho last circus day have these
places done a bigger bustnosa. It
was estimated that more than 6,000
visitors were In. tho city yesterday,
and many of these attended tho cam
paign meeting at Buena Vista park.
LIKE PROODIGAL OF OLD
RUNAWAY GEORGIA BOY
TURNS FACE HOMEWARD
Sib?ric... Ga., Jou? 24.-Laonei
Caldwell, fifteen yeara old. a son of
W. O'. Caldwell, of Fome, Qa., ls on
his way hack homo. He ran away
about a week ago with an older chum
and hoboed it to Atlanta then to. Au
gusta his chum deserted him. Lionel
grew lonely and like the prodigal of
old started back homo. Jack Hale7,
coming along, with hta automobile
about two miles this Bide of Hcard
mont, overtook him, as he was trudg
ing bis weary way .with blistered
feet,, and brought him to roberton
when' ho was given a pallet In tho
statloa house "sitting room" for?
Wednesday night. Thursday morning
ho hurried ou towards Rome to get
a bite ot a fatted calf.
LINE O' DOPE*"
tCONTINUED FROM PAGE 4.?
Anderson next we.6k." said.Mr. J. J.
/trowbridge yesterday, "but you can
say that T- will havo some- migthy
fine pictures, "No, the local situa
tion occasioned-by-the'call to arms
of the National'Guardsmen ruined tho
Bhow. business this weok," ho con
tinued, " the people being too busy
attending the parades of the militiamen
and the entertainments given In their
honor to attend the shows."
? --o--'. ? ;. .",;.'/.
Those who attend the Baraca
Cl asa of tho First Baptist .church this
morning will go away feeling that
they have heard : a man and a mes-,
sage that they will never* forget!j
Mr. B. m. Geer, ot Greenville, ls
scheduled to address tho CISBB. For
many !:yeurs 'he was 'professor of En
glish lu Forman university, and.
though ho . Is not actively connected
with this Institution, .hie still bau a
hand In the affairs of tho college, be
ing treasurer.. l!r. Geer ls now en
gaged In tho, colton mill business and
ls president of tho Judson Mills, ono
ono of tho largest of, several ' hugo
planta of this kind In Greenville He
ls a native of this- county, being born
and reared nearer. Ho is a man.!
overy luch of him, and ho is unlike
most any other man' you have fiver
known. But go and hear him, and
then you will understand.
NEW DESIGNS CHOSEN
FOR OUR SILVER COINS
Different Money Will Be Minted by
Government After July 1.
DlmoB, quarters end half dollars of
new design will be minted after Joly
1, Secretary 'McAdoo announced the
other day. For tba first time since 1801
a change will be effected fa these
pieces.' Tho nnnou^cx' w cut dis closed
that tho half dollar baa folien prac
tically Into disuse. The- new design
was Selected with the hope or restor
ing lt to moro general circulation.
Under tho new coinage each piece
will be ot different design. Tho half
dollar nod dime, models were made by
Adolph'A. Weinman and the quarter
dollar by Hermon A. MacNell. Both
are sculptors ot note.
Tho face of thc new half dellar bears
a full length of Ubarty, with a back*
ground of the American Sag .flytnff to
the bree?e. Tho goddess ls striding
toward the ? awn of a new1 day, carry
lng laurel and oak branches, symbolic
of civil and military glory. The reverse
eldo shows an eagle perched high upon
a mountain crag, wings unfolded.
Growing from a rift^tn the rock fa a
sapling of moon toto pine;, symbolic of
! Th?; design .of y the twenty-five cent
pla?a is Intruded to typify tho awaken?
tag-ni tfee gentry to??ta,own protec
tion, ; f^retajry atcA?oo'c annonnce
niant, stated. Xiberiy, a fall length
figure. Is shown *t?i^tn?r VjwarA the
country's gntevray, bmmg m^
?Wal?" ?rom which tiie^yerlnff lt **?
lag. drawn.. The right hand bears en/
olive branch of p?ace. Above tho head
:l*^h?s;:'wnr4 ^oertr^ah? below tn?,
ddiar and the qnarhvr bear tht pbrasa
:-^n Ged Trait?'
MC&e design:, of\th?;&uk.&
: ?M'?ny with a ranged cap ta' shown
f;cfc^^*an|t?? ot*^ ansft tfctit?e
nar,a^boUeai of Ta^ty; :^b?cte Iks
"Horne," saki Spurgeon, "is the greatest of all institutions." And the famous
author and editor, J. G. Holland, many years edito? of Scribner's Monthly ?sid: "Home,
in one form or another, is the great object of life."
BUILDING PRETTY HOMES
IS OUR SPECIALTY
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Within tho past few day? wo have ?tarted work on three beautiful hornea in this
city-one for Mrs. F. A. Carter, one for Miss Helen Hunter, on Calhoun street, and ooo
for Mr. M. S. Nimniono, on College Heights.
And wc arc furnishing thc Lumber and Material for a number of olhcrs through?,
out this section.
If you are thinking of building-.it ts an old term, but m this case a very true one-~
it will pay you to ge* our prices.
"Always Aftet' Tho *?:>b." / '
'Phone Wo. 267. ' ? ^
BETT E Ii
Published By Southern Public Utilities Company |
AN DEB 8 ON, S. Ci SUN?AY, JUKE $5, JDIO.
THE NEW ORDER
Electric Lights Tfend to Increase
In the old fashioned days when ,
closing time came alt -tho lights
were turned out In tho stores, and
when the merchant turned the key
iu his door business steppedrr-bis
atoro waa a dead ono .until day
light . . . . ; ?] ft*
Now?.wltb. beautifully lighted and
.attractive merchandise; displays In
his windows and a biasing electric
sign o.er the door Mr. torchant
tocks;, np end leaves one' of his
best naleomen on the Job; a ?ales?
man who will stay . thara" and work
until all tho window, shoppers, ' all <
the pimplo who aro looking for
tho bright things In the ' bright
. stores, havo/;gohe homo, when'' the
time t "witch: lets, him out f or the
-. lu these days of competition,
every wide-awake merchact is look
ing for any way that wlll.'?ucrcaso
his business at the. least cont.
Electricbights properly arranged
In the windows will do thia for any
'''You con preparo thc breakfast
? coffee, toast and eggs'at tho table
lt yan uso one of these little
j Tt <eats little ?J [ buy and little
to operata~only $5.50.
uui HUMS 01 -rrcaMirc
depend on tho convenience of your
household dovlces. What eaves
moro Btops-^'conBcquently moro
time-than an electric jir?n?! Pro
gressives housewives: us?. tt?emjVYph
will noyer fully appreciate tholr
convenience until yo? know by ox
perlcnco. ; Begin today to lighten
your tasks by purchasing ono.
With an Electric Iron J
Which Ve will sell you for ?3.60,
ironing may bo dena' in tho cool
?jBt room. And in these iron? the
?eat 1B ubiform, tho weight well dis
tributed; tba handle 'always cool
In the Heat
when , by installing ont ot HIV
Electric Kans you may have a
breeze w?eu you want lt, and, BB
long us;you. want it, day err night
Tho cost, ls" slight comparad with
tho comfort ? >
.... [7. -? . o'
' Wc have a.i sizes and tho 5rico?'
start at $8.75? . ?Wi''7'"
; ? An el metric if na> the kWl. w? ?e?, t?ts' > ?.
?fccer^ y0*'5^^? *?a4 all thia for only & fewft