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The Anderson-Today I
The Fountain Stock Company I
Eugene Walter s greatest success
Paid in Full I
Admission 10, 20, 30 cents. Curtain 8:15 P. M..
Reserve seats now on sale fi
This afternoon special matinee for the ladies and children.
In Old Kentucky I
Price? 10 and 20 cents Curtain 3 P. M.
EARLY CLOSING OF
STORES AFTER MAY 1
WILL CLOSE AT 7 DURING
MAY AND AT 6 IN JUNE,
JULY AND AUGUST
To the Plan This Year Than in
Past Quarter Century Says
Beginning May 1 stores and other
buslnesj houses of Anderson general
ly will sdopt the usual mummer pro
gram of early closing. During the
month of May doors of these places
will close each evening, except Sat
urday, at 7 o'clock, and during June.
July and August will close every day,
oxcept Saturday, at 6 o'clock.
The movement for early closing of
business houses during the long
summer season was started this year,
as usual, by Mr. C. C. langston, who
for more than 25 years has interested
liim-eir in behalf of clerks and em
ployees of other business houses, se
curing for them holidays at Christ
mas and at other limes during the
year and short hours of work during
Mr. Langston has secured already a
total of 55 signatures to the agree
ment to close doors of DUBlnesa
houses ut 7 o'clock during May and
a?, fl o'clock during Ju-ie. July and
August. Ho will secure yet other yet
other signatures. The .".1 nurnoo se
cured already represent practically
every line of business in Anderson
grocery stores, haberdasheries, dry
goods store.-,, printing .-hops, bock
Mr. Langston declared yesterday
(hat he lind met with less opposition
this year in this matter than In any
year during the quarter of a century
he has interested himself In the matt
ter of securing relief from labor for
the clerks and other employees.
Following is* a copy of the agree
ment which is being signed.
"We. the undersigned merchants
and business firms generally of the
city of Anderson, os order to give
ourselves and einployVea u little rest
and recreation hereby agree to close
our respective place of business every
day except Saturday during the month
of May at 7 o'clock^p. m.. and dur
ing the months of .June, July . and
August nt fl o'clock p. m."
Fountain Stock Company Put l i
Highly ( r-ditahle VcrToTm?hee
"Kentucky" was the name of a very
pleasing little play which was pre
sented last night at. The Anderson
by The Fountain Stock Company,
which lg here for a week's engage
This afternoon at 3 o'clock a mat
inee.'will be presented. Price j will be
10 and 20 cents. Tonight "Paid In
Full" will be presented.
AT ONCE! STOPS
"Rape's Diapepsin" makes sick,
sour, gassy Stomachs
Do some foods you eat hit hack
taste good, but work badly; ferment
into stubborn lumps and cause a sick,
sour, gassy stomach? ; Now, Mr. or
Mrs. Dyspeptic, Jot this down: Pape's
Diapepsin digests everything, leaving
nothing to sour and upset you. There
never was anything so safely quick, so
certainly effective. No difference how
badly your stomach ia disordered yoti
will get happy relief in five minutes,
but what pleases you most is that l.t.
strengthens and regulates your stom
ach .so you can eat your favorite foods
Most remed?- V give you relief some
times-they sro slow, but not. sure.
"Pape's Dlapepsln" is quick, positive
and puts your stomach in s healthy
condition so the misery won't come
You feel different as soon ss "Pape's
Dlapepsln" comes In contact with the
stomach-distress just vanishes-your
I stomach get sweet, no gase, no belch
, lng, no eructations of undigested food,
your head clears and you feet fine.
I Go now, make the best Investment
'you ever msde, by getting s large fity
Icent case ot Pape's Dlapepsln from
| any drug store. You realise In five
minutes bow needless lt is tu suffer
from indigestion, dyspepsia or any I
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Men's $20.00 Suits
of Fine Worsteds
section stands probably unique in
the United States for the remark- f JI^SIM '
ably fine fabrics it is able to put JiPilB/?
into suits selling as low as $20.00. y v^^^j^^W '
Here Are Represented ^^^^^^ ^^P^k?
the productions of weavers who's yv^T ~*
names can be heard mentioned any Sfo
day in the finest tailoring shops as it?tf?o. fm Np?
makers of the ultimate in fine JJj* p
of exceptional purchasing advantages, buying in large quanities
and keeping the selling price unusully low, .we are enabled to
ultilize these splendid fabrics in our $20.00 lines.
Models have been prepared for every type of figure
-weights are such as can be worn throughout the
summer-patterns comprise an immense variety.
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Parker & Bott
"The One Price Clothiers"
Prices on Application
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H. D. Goss Sign Company
The Ford-a great utility because it serves all the
people. The popular choice, because it gives bet
ter service at a lower cost. Popular again, be
cause it is simple and easily understood by every
body. And with ali the refinements, it is still the
same dependable Ford, and sells for $60 less than
last year-besides the plan of sharing profits with
Buyers will share in profits if we sell at retail 300
000 new Ford cars between August 1914 and
Touring Oar $490; Runabout $440; Town Car $690;
Cou point $750; Sedan $976, f. o. b. Detroit with all
On display and sale at
TODD AUTO SHOP
Jitney BUM Men Enjoin City
ATIAANTA,. April 13.-A toni|?orary
injunction, restraining etty officia!?
i rum enforcing thc ordinance to
license and regulate the Jitney hus
wa? granted here today on tho appli
cation of the local association of Jit
ney bus operators. The court will
hear the question of makins ot the in
junction permanent April 19th.
Judge Frank B. Gary, who has been
holding court here since Monday, left
yesterday afternoon for hit home In
Mia) Gladys Platan of Greenville
ls vi' a int; Mrs. Gershorn Kuhcotrln.
Mrs.* r: V. McCall of Clemson Col
lege wt J In Pie city yesterday._
drain and Nerrin.
Kar corn, per bushel ....!?0C to fl.00
Mixed peas.fl.no to fl.Oo
('ano Hood, per bushol.11.26
Soy tieans, per bushel.f2.f?0
California black eye peas, per
bUHhel.$2.76 to f?.00
Dwarf KSROX Hope, ppr pound. ..1!
Cleveland, per buahel.. ..7fio to fl'.O?
Conks, per bushel .. , .gi.00 to fl.2J
Toole, per bushel.75c to fl.00
Mitchell* Prolific, per bushel., fl.no!
Texaa Klordan, per bu. fl.no to fl.2
Cul pc ppcr, per bushel.fl. '00
Hens, each.'.. ...15c to GOe |
Friers, each ...1.30c to 46c
Porkers dressed, per lb. 12c to 12 l-2c
Hogs dressed, per lb.He!
Mutton dressed, per lb. li'c to ll l-2c
Beet cattle, per lb.4 to 4 l-2o\
Veal calf, per lb.4 to 5 l-2d
Hogs, per lb.8 to 9c
Sheep, per lb...4 1-2 to 5 l-2c
Country hams, per lb. 15c to 17 l-2c
Eggs, per doz.17 1-2?
Butter, per lb.20 to 25c
Sweet potatoes, per bu. ..fl.00 to fl.10
Turnips, per bu.60c to 85c
Turnip Cr?ons, per bu... COc to 75c
Spring oMons, per bunch 3c to 3 l-2c
Local cotton.*9 l-4c
NEW YORK MA It KL T.
May. 9.76 9.89 9.71 9.88
July.10.08 10.19 10.05 10.16
October .. ..10.49 10.64 10.47 10.58
December . .10.68 10 79.10.64 10.77
May ?June.5.60 5.64
Spots, 5.65; sales, 10,000; Receipts.
Market Sold Lower.
NEW YORK. April 13.-Easier ca
bios prompted a renewal of the realis
ing movement which developed in the
cotton market here at the advance
yesterday. After opening 3 to 6
[points lower, prices sold about 7 to 9
\ points under yesterday's closing dur
ing early trading today. Covering
by near months ot shorts, and a scat
tering Wall Street demand later
steadied the market. Active months
Isold about 2 to 6 points net higher
shortly after midday.
J. Larry Brown and J. Mack Beck
went to Washington, Qa., to attend
the wedding tonight of Miss Wila
mette Bradley and Mr. Florence Car
tor. Mr. Carter ls connected with the
Ifreight department of the Anderaon
branch of the Piedmont & Northern
Mrs. M. B. Cllnkscales of I lennon
I'cn th is visiting hor slaters, Mrs. J.
MODEL BOTTLING PLANT
CoriuColn Plant Here One of B?st In
the Smith-Paints Vp.
' Capt. Ramer of the Coca if'ola Co.
stated yesterday that he believed that
bis company waa the first one to .*?e
gln the Clean Up and Paint Up move
ment locally this year. That they
had painted the front of their place
on Earle street; that they had paint
ed the Interior in white, using an
enamel which makes lt very pretty in
The representative of The Intelli
gencer was ushered through the Coca
Cola plant by the genial captain and
the diff?rent steps through which the
bottles pass from the first washing
machine which contains a very strong
solution of caustic soda, which being
kept at a very hot temperature in
sures the death ot any germ. Then
Ute bottles pass along through an
automatic washing and rinsing ma
chino, on to the bottler, who takes
them by Ute bottom of the bottle, never
touching the mouth of the bottle, fill
ing the bottle with the syrup and ad
ding the carbonated gas,- all by ma
chinery, which gaves the users of thia
delightful beverage ?fi guarantee nf
cleanliness and sanitary methods
equal to any plant in the entire coun
It is quite interesting to be shown
through this very clesn sod up-to
date plant The 'syrups are kept in
porcelain jars up stairs, which como
on down to the, machines whieh fill
the bottles through block tin tubes; |
the syrups are first strained and,
filtered before being run into . .he
bottles, and then after bottles are
filled and the caps fastened on, they
are examined by hand, each one alone.
Immediately in front of a powerful
mirror reflector, with electric light
attached to furnish a good light. This
final inspection guarantees thst thero
will be nothing foreign in the bottle
of Coca-Cola when it reaches the con
usmer. The reporter is free to con
fess that he bad never thought for n
moment that the bottlers went to
such great pains to Insure a good,
clean beverage as Capt Ramer 1s
serving the public.
i Capt Ramer bas ? jost installed a
new tarbonatoring machine ; Otis was.
made necessary by tbe increase tn
bustnesr. This new machine now en
ables* this plant to makeup, carbonate
and ship twelve hundred dosen' ot
Coca Cola, and Ginger Ales, and other
sodas, etc. a day; so the Coca-Cola
drinkers need have no fear that the
supply will give out this.summer, even
though Capt. Ramer says that the out
look for his business this summer
is particularly fine.
MAJOR LEAGUES OPEN SEASON.
NEW L.ORK, April 13.-The two ma
jor leagues In organized baseball
open "their seasons today. Big league/
magnates tonight expressed the be
lief that the coming season will lie
Successful. They seem confident that
the public will again patronize the
AU teams are reported In fine con
dition after their southern training.
"How useless girls are today. ?
don't bellew* you know what needled
are for." "How absurd you ato
grandma," protested the glrl^ "Of
course I know what needles are for.
They're to make the graphophon?
play."-Louisville Courierjournal., *
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$2.00 to $3.00
At the above prices we now
have hundreds and hundreds of
pairs in Womens Pumps, Oxford ?
Ties, and Mary Jane Pumps, in a J
long range of .styles, in patents,
dull or bright leathers, low or
high heels at
$?f $2.50 or $3.50
Tho One Price Shoe Store
We Sell For Cash Only
ICE BOXES MADE TO ORDER
know that clothes built to measure are better made and give better satisfaction than "ready-madeV do. The same is true of ice boxes. In a ready-
made ice box, you MAY get what suits your needs, and then again you may not.
having your ice box made to your own order, just as you want it, of the very best materials, with double linings, packed with sawdust, and made
just the exact bize, you want, you are BOUND to get just what YOI} want. .
Tliey Are Cheaper In Tile Long Run.