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The Garrick Theatre
THE MASTER KEY NO. 12
This serial will be shown in this theatre today.
THE RUNAWAY CLOSET
A good comedy that you will enjoy
Every young girl should sec this picture. It
has a good lesson. MARGARET GIBSON,
MYRTLE GONZALEZ and AL VOSBURGH
have the leading, pa rt.
IIIOU KA I'll
This is a good drama, the cast includes CHAS.
H. WEST, CLAIRE M'DOWELL and W. J.
BOWERS and BOWERS
in high class song specialties
Admission 5c and 10c.
We do not close for tupper
*n Small Quantities
Half ton . * . .$2.75
SOOlbs ... . $1.50
Coal in any quantity from
$1.00 up at "Live and let live"
Dry stove wood Cut in an;
lengths or lour foot lengths.
Koop Your Bowels Kcgulur.
As everyone know?, the bowels are
the sewerage system of the body, and
it is of the greatest Importance that
they move onco each day. If your
bowels become constipated, take ti
dose of Chamberlain's Tablets just
after supper and they wMl correct the
disorder. Obtainable evurywhere.
MEAT BARGAIN SALES
p'or heaven's saxe, child.
STOP! LOOK? LISTEN!
There ls r ason In all things. Think
for a mint te, that terrible- foot and
mouth disease. Ruy the home raised
meats and no other at any price. Buy
LILY WHITE MARKET
rhones (?04 nnd 69.r?
On Whittier St. near new opera house
Pirti -get the nanto down pat-then
Wy ii of your druggist. Just the very
lest (liing for conhtipation, nick head
adie, sour stomach, lazy liver, slug
gish constipated bowels. Tho pleas
antest, surest, nicest laxative you over
Used, Tastes good-Uk lomonndo.
Acts promptly, without pain . or
nausea. OlveB you the most satisfac
tory (lushing you have ever had
The Ford is lichter than anv car of its size and
power. Light weight means economy. Economy
in gasoline consumption. Economy in tire ex
pense. Economy in repair bills-less than two
cents a mile for operation and upkeep.
Yet with all its light weight the Ford ts the strongest,
sturdiest car that ls bull:, ll is the longest las ti ni;
car. Vanadium steel ls responsible for that "Antl
fatlguo" steel, scientists call lt-the strongest, tough
est steel put into automobile construction.
Bayers will share ?In prouts If we ?ell at re.a'.l 300,00?
new Kord cars between August HU and August 191*.
Itnnahont *410; Touring Car, ?HM) Town Car 4tM?i
Coupelet, $7501 Sedan, *?".",, f. o. k BetroK with all
Ow display uni sale at
TODD AUTO SHOP
* ELECTRIC CIT
* Items of Interest and Person
* Wireless on the S
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Henea l*uih Ha?.
\ I'euuul ( lui)
Nine boya ??f ho grudod school nt
li?"ii"!i Path ha vs organ I/.?'il a club
tor the purpose of promoting tho
raising of peanut; for market. Tho
club nollie lia ya ago Invited .Miss Janie
c. Gurlingtoii, tomato ami cunning
club demonstrator of lim ..ouniy. to
collie <<> Hoiea i'ath ami toll Hiern
smoothing about growing peanuts.
.Viss carlington reaoonded to the in
vitation but told the hov? that she
waa not weil versed In th" growing
ot I?..<niiis. hut that silo would get
them . ..i.i i'.'crj: ir,- on tim subject,
which sho has done.
Lu uh r ( lah to
lifter II Medal.
At a ri c.-nt meeting of Ihe Lander
C'ollegc ' lui? of Anderson members
of til,, organization decided to otter
i gold tiM'ilal in tile declamation con
t"st which is to !?'. held during
Behool Fair and Field Day in An
lerao'i, Friday, April ii.
Will li - Mit I. He.
Postmaster John li. Cochran has
announced that all maila will be about
I", m'nittt i later in delivery hereaf
ter on account of the extra handling
they must receive on account of
trains using the new station of the
Hine Itldgo Railwav Company. . All
outgoing mails must bc seni to the
tra?na I", minutes earlier than here
tefore, he stated.
Several Will < <?
To Teachers Heeling.
County Superintendent of Educa
tion J. li. Felton stated yesterday
thal the county hoard would deduct
rio th lng from the salary ot teachers
who attended the meeting of tho
State Teachers Association, which is
to bo held In Florence March 25, 26
and 1*7.' It is probable that a number
oi teachers from *the cltv and county
schools of Anderjon will attend the
LINE OF MARCH FOR
' FAIR Ai FIELD OAY
ROUTE TO BE FOLLOWED
LAID OUT BY MISS CAR
PUPILS TO MEET
AT TWO SCHOOLS
Some Will Start March From
West Market and Others From
North Fant Streets
Plans for the line of march of
school children on School Fair and
Field Dav. which will he held In. this
eily Friday April 0. were perfected
yesterday morning by Misa MugKie
M. Ga -lington, supervisor of rurai
The pupils of about half the schools
.n the count will gather at West
Market street school, while the pupil)
af al) other schools will meet at
No th Fant street school. At a given
time, around lu o'clock. th0 nupils
:ongrcgatcd at North Pant Street
ucbooi will nfirch> down Fant street
to calhoun, up. Calhoun to Mcpnflle,
lown McDufhe to East Mn ket,
through En ,t .Market to South Main.
Hi re these marchers will be Joined
by thoso purfia who congregated ut
West Market Street school and start
Mi i heir march from thee.
The two columns coming together al
the intersection of Main and Market
htrcot -, will inervo Into one. four pu
pils abreast, and move up South
Main street and through thc aqua-e,
and on up North Main street. The
pupils of thc Anderson schools will
ta > part In ?he imrade. but will not
participate in the jeveral contests
which will be held ut Anderson Col
lege bv the pupils of the rural schools.
Pupils of iii,, following schools will
congregate at West Market street
Zion. Williford. White Plains.
Varennas, Tugaloo. Townville. Snow
Mill. Starr. Savannah. Roberts, Ridge
way. Pendleton. Old Varennas, Oak
drove. New Hebron. Neal's Creek.
Mt. Rethel. Mc Lees'. Long Branch.
Holland. Grove, Gluck Mill. Generos
tec. Flat Rock. Fellowship, Fairview,
Double Springs, Craytonvllle, Cen
lervllle. . Carwell. Big Springs,
Rroylcs. Beaverdsm. Barnes, AUtun,
Pupils of the following schools will
Bather at North Fant street school:
Williamson. Wen Pealer, Welcome.
Walker-McBlmoylo.' Cnlon. Triangle.
Til ree and Twenty. Smith, St. Paul.
Shady Grove.'Book Hill. Plercetown.
Piedmont. Pelser, Oak HUI. Oak Grove.
?!>. McAdams. Mt. View, Mt. Sp.lngs,
Melton. Mayfield, Lebanon. Hopewell,
Hohea Path, High Point, Hammond,
Rood Hope, Friendship. Fairview 39,
Ebeneser, Eureka, Dorchester. Denver,
Proas Coads, Concord, Concrete.
Clo-feland, cheddar. Central. Bishop';
Branch. Bethany, Belton, Barker's
Creek. Airy Springs. Anderson.
Cern?an Liner Capt ?red.
LONDON, March 18.-(3:59 a. m.)
-The Interned German liner Mace*
ionia, which escapea from Los Pal
man. Canary Islands, Monday, han
boon ?aotured by ai British cruise*-,
ucordlr.g to the Dally Mail's Madrid
Y SPARKLETS *
al Mention Caught Over the *
treeta of Anderson * !
I rlui ni? inHuraiiee I ?
Vasr ls still On.
Trial nf tho ?nae <>f Judg^ J. 8.
Fowler against th** Georgia Home In- I
I su ran ce Company, which was take 1 I
I up Tuesday afternoon fn the court j
of common pleas, was continued yes
; t? 'day. The plaintif) and several |
other witnesses wtii'C on the stand!
yesterday, lt is probable tliat the
icsttmoio will !>.. completed toduy. !
' Kelton llmiiur ' * j
Telephone Put In.
County Superintendent of Education
I. II. Kelton ls having a telephone
. installed in his Office in the court
louse. AH KOiterally known, tho only
other telephones in tim court house
aro ihost in the sheriff's office, the
j supervisor's office and the lobuy of
! tin' cuiirt house downstairs.
: Klct timi Malingers
I .Managers for the 47 precincts for
.li" special election to be held March
ti en tie f|ucstion of bonding Ander
i.ii county 11>r $750,00(1 for good ronds
..i>- ifppointed yesterday by the
commissioners of election, c. E. Tor
ly, W. A. Hudg?ns and J. ("asper
Uagsdalc. 'Iii" ballot boxes will be
ready for Hie ninnogers within a few
daj ?. and they are requested to call
at thc court house for the boxes and
the tickets, together with other para
phernalln necessary fer the election.
Misti Mungie .M. Carlington.- county
supervj o. of rural schools. Btated
yesterday that, several teachers: of
thc countv had not called nt the of
fice for the packages of tooth paste
which had been sent here for them
by a well known manufacturing es
tablishment of ?he north. The sample i
of tooth paste are accompanied by
literature with reference to the care
of the teeth. Miss Carlington re
quests teachers who have not called
for these packages to do ?o ct their
Two British Steamers and Ger
man Cruiser Go to the
'.l\y AswrxUtod Frr*?.)
LONDON, March 18. - (2:03 a. M.)
Ileuter's Ccpenhagcn correspondent
tends u story of the sinking of the
berman cruiser Karlsruhe, taken from
he SlifU-Tidende, which aBserta that
lt obtained the story from an authori
i According to the story, a sudden ex
) nlosion b-oke the cruiser in two. One
I '?alf of the vessel sank immediatc
I v carrying down part of the crew
with it. The other half floated for
I ionic tims und l.">0 to 200 men were
rescued by an accompanying steamer.
? This steamer reached a German pc:-t
1 ivith thp survivors, who wore sworn
! o secrecy.
LONDON. March.17.-(11:15 p. m.>
-Tho British steamer L?suwardcn,
hound from Ixindon. for 1 lar linden.
Holland, han been torpedoed by the
German Bubmarinne C-28 f miles
southeast of the Maas, Holland, light
lhlp. according to Router's MaauluiB
The crew of IT men were given five
minute; lo take to their Bmall boats,
which th?' submarine towed until a
pilot stearne rwas met.
j LONDON. March 17.-112:45 p. m.)
lOSlcial announcement was made to
lay that the British steamer Atlanta
.ind Fingal has been torpedoed.
The statement said the Atlanta, Bl&
to:i3, was torpedoed by a German sub
marine off In?shturk, on the west coast
? pf County Galwav, Ireland, about
'noon of March li;
Twenty-one members of her crew
were landed at North. Shields, but
six lives are reported* to have been
URGES UNITED SUPPORT
(Uv A.?!KK-iatrd Proa*.)
CHAPEL HILL. N. C.. March 17.
Tho united support for Ute policies of
President Wilson-in "this critical per
iod*' of the nation's history waa urg
ed here tonight by Former President
William H. Taf:. who'delivered the
first of a series of three lectures io
students of the University of .North
Carolina on the presidency.
Mr. Taft declared that the office of
president ls representative qt' the dig
nity* of thc American people' and that
at such a time aa thia lt must have
the hesrty approval of the whole noo
nie If that dignity is to be preserved.
Whstcvrr party criticisms there
might be of the present policies, he
said, should he deferred until the
crisis is past.
CINCINNATI, M .i di 17 -Asserting
that European belligerents in tramp
ling' on ri^nt* of neutrals bad made
lt difficult to keep the I'nlted States
from becoming embroiled, Governor,
Dunne, of (illinois, tonight pleaded
with "hyphenated Americans" to aid
the administration by refraining from
public expression or whatever sym
pathies they may have with the na
tions at war.
Mr. J. M. Gray and . Miss Erie
nrown were married Sunday after
noon, March 14, at 3 o;ciock, at the*
home of Mr. \v. n. Bagwell. In the
Flat Rock section. The ceremony waa
performed by tho Rev, W. D. Ham
NOT AS LARGE AS WAS
TODAY WILL BE
THE BIG DAY I
Many Splendid Numbers on the
Program by Talented En
Tfie fir it dav of tho music festival,
being held at the Anderson theatre
this week, wa? most enjoyable. Tho
afternoon program consisted of Dick
ens characterizations by William
.-'ti rllng Hatti J. and a lecture "Sinns
of the Times" by .Mrs. Francia Vesey.
Tho evening was gil ;n over to Mr.
Battis with some more of his Dickens
characterizations. He ihowcd himself
to i>.. au artist in portraying many
Cf the principal characters of Dick
ens, and so true were his portraits
of these living characters of the great
novelist that one instinctively felt he
was in the p/esenc,, of the real life
which Dickens portrayed with such
The attendance at these programs
was not as larne ns was expected,
though there was good sized au
diences nt both afternoon and evening
performances. The meeting by Mr.
Gordon doubtless kept many away.
Today will be the big dav of tho fes
tival, and no one 3'aould miss the
splendid numbers on the progrum.
The performance will begin at :? : 1 r?
this afternoon with a number of mu
sical selections by the orchestra, fol
lowed bv a concert bv The Hearon
Sisters at 3:30, s nd a lecture by Mrs.
Franci j V'esev ac 4:1">. on "Christian
Progress from an Kduentional Stand
The oveninR's performance will be
Miss Gay Zenola .Mac!.aren in the
grand production "Peg O' My Heart."
Doth these performances will be
by talented entertainers, and will
doubtless draw larne audience.,. The
Hearon sisters will be on the pro
gram for both this afternoon and to
morrow afternoon, and it is a rare
treat to have the privil?ge of hearing
German Captain Demanded to Leave
Port or Vessel Will Be Dyna
(Ry Aiworiatnt Pt?*a.)
NE?WPORT NEWS. Va.. March 17.- \
AB the result of threatening letters
said to have be?n received by Com
mander Thierlchens, of the German
converted cruiser Prins Eitel Fried
rich, precautionary measures ware j
taken tonight to guard against any j
iitterapt to destroy the ship.
The pier at which the Eitel Fried
rich is tied up has been fenced in,
guards patrol the pier and a sharp
lookout ls kept ' a board. In addi
tion, an unusually bright light tonight
illuminates the stern, which is near
est the river, and the water ?.i that
direction is constantly watched by
?lcrohers of he crew.
Ono of the letters received by the
Prinz Eltel's captain is Bald to have
demanded that he leave this port at
once or. his vessel would be dyna
Drops Bombs on .Steamer.
SOUTH SHIELDS. Eng.. March 17
(via London. March 18; 2:28 a. m.)
The British steamer Blonde arrived
here today with a story of an unsuc
cessful attack by a German aeroplane
which dropped Ave bombs, all falling
to hit the vessels. One member of |
the crew died from fright, ofllcers of
the vessel said.
!? 41 4* fl1 !*-$*. .?I1 41 ^ ^ ^ "i1 'H' 41 *fr .l"?,,!,,fr
Miss Fannie Edmunds leaves this
morning for her home at McCormick
after a two weeka visit to her broth*
sr. Capt. WT H. Edmunds.
Mrs. W. E. Thomas leaves'today
for Lanford, S. C.. to visit her fath
*r. Mr. E. H. Moore.
Mrs. S. E. Leverett and Mrs. 8.
M. Jones of Ivs spent last night with
: v. i . ,
Miss Annie Brown tspent yesterday
Mrs. J. N. McDill of Donalds ls
^siting at the home of Mr- A. LT.
ft'elch on E. Orr street.
Miss Virginia Nelson of Donalds
s tho guest of Miss Formula Welch.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Har ve Pruitt of
Warr spent yesterday In town.
Dr. Carl Sanders reached her.* inst
>lght from Baltimore, called here by
he death of his father, Mr. J. B.
Miss Unie Simpson of Clin*
on was here yesterday on her way
o Starr to visit relatives.
Miss Anna Hunter of North An
lerson was called to Town vt He yes
erday on account of the illness ot
ter sister, Mrs. Alice Farmer.
10 yards of Bleaching Thursday
10 yards of Gingham Thursday
NEW MODELS ?N TAILORED SUITS
Priced I'liUHiiulIy Low.
WOMEN'S NEW NECKWEAR
At Popular Prices.
Xotliing add? to a lady'? costume mon- than a pretty Shirt Waibt,
and we hud this in mind when wc bought our wai Hts for this spring.
We ask you to come and see them, and you will he de- **| AA
lighted with the OIKS we an- showing tor. ...
Pretty Morning Dresses.
fount what thc material would cost you for a house Dress, to say
nothing of the making We have them Thursday t?j QQ
.ANo pretty Children's Oreases and Middy Minuses t?-j QQ
.Millinery ot' Distinction
''herc's a distinctive styl^ touch to our .Millinery-a refined ele
gance that can only be imparted to a hat by an artist-a pleasing
becomlhgneSB that sets off the face and gives a stuart individuality
to the wearer that is satisfactory; that's why our millinery business
has grovn so. why it is still growing.
Mrs. B. Graves Boyd
Millinery and Ladies* Bendy te Wear.
This advertisement is to notify the
niblic that on and after Wednesday,
darch 17th. the CHARLESTON fi
VESTERN CAROLINA RAILROAD
viii discontinue thc usc of old BLUE
tIDGE Passenger Station on Earl
Street Beginning on that date the
laBRengcr trains of that Company
viii arriva at and leave Anderson
rom their present freight depot on
Vhitner Street. This arrangement is
emporary and will lie discontinued
vhen arrangements can bc made for
tandling of passengers at new ter
II in al s now under construction.
General Passenger Agent
5. P. BOYD.
Agent, Anderson, S. C.
ALL FORMS OF INTERCHANGE
ABLE MILEAGE AND PENNY
SCRIP BOOKS GOOD FOR INTRA
STATE PASSAGE IN SOUTH CAR
Effective Saturday. March 20th.
1915, all Interchangeable mileage and
Penny erip hooks, forms Z. ZZ. SIM
and Penny Scrip (regardless of date
purchased) w'll be good within limit,
for intrastate journeys in South Car
olina by exchange coupons at ticket
windows for passage tickets ld ac
cordance with contract and' tariff pro
Seaboard Air Line Railroad,
Carolina Atlantic & Western Ry?
Char lexi on & Western Carol Inn Ry*
Columbia, Newberry & Laurens Rj*
Atlantic .Coast Line Railroad.
WM TODAY'S PROGRAM IIB
Tom Grimes' "Southland Girls" lg
Eg presents .
A Farce Comedy
MOVIES FOR TODAY
"IN THE TWILIGHT"
.A two reel American dr ima.
"YE OLDEN GRAFTER-'
. One cf those runny
. Thc Palmetto yqfl present' for
pro val next week erne of the host mt
comedies that eyer played the Palm?
Wo know this to .fee a fact, having
them over with our own eyes.