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IVIeef ivie Face To Face
Tomorrow at Sunday School
WHAT SUNDAY SCHOOL?
THE ONE YOU BELONG TO, OF COURSE!
The Wesley Bible Class will have another Rousing Big Class at
ten o'clock Sunday morning.
Present or Absent? That's YOUR business.
St. Johns Methodist Church
Corner River and McDuffie.
THE FOUNTAIN STOCK COMPANY
Thi'. Afternoon Matinee 2:45
"THE SWEETEST GIRL IN DIXIE"
Prices 10 and 20 Cents
.Eugene Walters New York Success
Prices 10-20-30 Cents
When ?reek Met ?reek. Inuit.
Lawyer-How much are you going
Doctor-How much aro you going j to charge mo for removing my ap
to char?? me for winning that law prndlx.-Life.
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The World-Wici<? Favorite Star
In a Gigantic Picturization of Wm. C. DeMUIe's Civil War
Dramatic Classic* Originally Produced by David
Belasco, entitled t
The Warrens of
A Tremendously Moving Picture of Battlefield Sufferings anti
the Domestic Tragedies of Civil .Strife.
Produced under the Direction of Cecil 13. DeMille.
No Advance in Price
PIEDMONT INSURANCE AGENCY
See Me For
Any and All
C. E. TRIBBLE, Manaor
w m i
Up and Paint Up"
Paint Brushes, each.Sc
Paint, all colors, per can.6c
A W/BAILEY'S OLD STAND
On the Square.
SMALL CONSUMERS BILLS
WOULD REMAIN SAME.
CUT FOR LARGER
COUNCIL HAS THE
MATTER IN HAND
Business Houses Would Receive
the Benefit-Slight Increase
For Two or Three.
Whether city council will agree to
l'.ie. Southern Public Utilities company
Inaugurating In the city of Anderson
a new 3chedule of rates for electric
light which will neither raise nor low
er bill of the average snr.H consum
er, but will lower very matf.rvilly the
cost of light for the middle class of
consumers, who are represented by
the business houses, and raise very
slightly charges for the largest con
sumers, of whom thorp are not moro
than two or three in the city, is to be
.decided In tho next few days. Coun
cil took the matter under advisement
fellowing the appearance of Manager
H. A. Orr of the Anderson .branch bf
the Southern Public Utilities company
before council at a special meeting
convened yesterday afternoon at 3:3p
o'clock tn council chamber.
In appearing before council Mr.
Orr stated, that under .the. franchise
held by the Southern Public Utilities
company Anderson was.entitled to the
same ratea for light as' any other
city in the Carolinas lu which hi's
company operatea. Beginning April
I, he stated, a new schedule of ratea
wat going to be put into effect in thc
city r.t Charlotte. This new achedul?
lt waa stated, waa practically devised
by the city council ot that city.
Mr. Orr submitted comparative
schedules anf diagrams showing the
present rates and the proposed new
rates. He showed that consumers
whose billa are now between SI.00
and'12.600 wilt not be affected by thc
new schedule, that la. the . ist of
light tor them will remain practically
Waat it a now. But for the consumers
whose charge ?aro now between $2.CO
and Sf>0 per month the rates will be
* ELECTRIC Cm
* Stems off Interest and Persona
* Wireless oa the Sb
Shrine rs Return
The Anderson delegation ot Shrln
ers who attended the semi-annual
meeting of Omar Temple. A. A. O.
N. M. 8.. in Spartanburg Thursday,
returned In the wee ama' hours ot
yesterday morning, aboard a special
car of the Piedmont ft Northern
Linea. A few of the delegates, how
ever, spent the nlgbt in Spartanburg
and returned to Anderson later In
the day. Mesara J. Horace McGee and
John K. Hood were among she "meat"
served up at the gathering. The Rev.
W. H. Fraser commented yesterday
on the fact that out cf the hundreds
of men there he did not aee' or smell
a drop ot whiskey upon any of them,
which he conaders a splendid com
pliment to the new gallon a month
Ia Geing to
. The Reunion.
C. P. Rodgera, of Iva, route 4. will
attend the State Veterans Reunion,
which will be held In Columbia soon:
He will be ratertsined st the Old
Joe Trowbridge, who purchased the
atock of the two stores ot the bank
rupt A. W. Balley company, moved
the goods from the South Main atreet
atf.re up to the atore on the east aide
ot the square and yeaterday placed
tko stuff on sale. He has 19 or 20
salespeople engaged and yesterday did
a rushing business;1 throughout the
Fare te Southern
The oh amber ot commerce baa been
advised that the round . trip fare
from Anderson to Muakirgee, Okla.,
; en account ot Ute meeUhg there April
' 2S-24-3S of (he Southern Commercial
Congress, la 1*2.35. Ticket3 will be
good returning May 4. It ls probante
that there will ba a representativo
or two from Andersen at the ogl
mat.Tinily reduced, being In some in
stnMCI'S UH much as 10 per cent. For!
cnn Mimer;; whose bills run around $76
.A month and largor there will be t?
very small Increase in coat. There
arc but two or three such consumers
in tho city, however.
The following table comparing pre
sent rates with She proposed new
..ates was submitted by .Mr. Orr:
Present Lighting Rate.
FirBt 60 Kilowatts.10c
.Next r>0 to 100 Kilowattn.9c
Next 100 to 1.10 Kilowatts.8c
Next ino to 600 Kilowatts.7c
Next GOO to 1.000 Kilowatts.tc
Next 1.000 to 1,760 Klllowatta.. .. 2c
Discount 5 per cent if paid by the
10th of month following use.
Ne wLIghting Ri'e.
First 25 Kilowatts.10c
Next 25 tc. SO Kilowatts.Oe
Next HO to 100 Kilowatts.8c
Next 100 to 200 Kilowattn.7c
Next 200 to 800 Kilowatts.Cc
Next 800 to 1,000 Kilowatts.5c
Next 1.000 to 2.000 Kilowatts -4c
N'o. t 2.000 to 4,000 Kilowatts.. ..3.5c
Discount 5 per cent up to 100 K.
Discount 3 per cent on all bills
amounting to mora .than loo K. w. H.
Heaven Devoid of Males.
"Speaking of marriages," remarked
a woman at a social affair recently.
"I .could. never quite understand one
of Ute Biblical- references to lt."
"To, which -one do you particularly
refer. .Mrs. Janes?'? asked another ot
"About marrying in heaven," an- ]
swered Mrs. ones. thoughtfully.
"Why do you suppose there ia no|
marrying nor giving in marriage
"That'8 an eaay one!" promptly
chipped In a aarcasttc matron,
don't suppose there is-a man. in the
- Chamberlains Cough Remedy.*
From a small beginning the sale
and use df Ulis remedy has extended
to all parts of. tho,,United States and
to many foreign countries. When you
have nr.-ad of such a medicine give
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a trial
and you will understand. why it has
become co popular tor coughs, ?olds
and croup. Obtainable everywhere.
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t SPARKLETS .
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1 Mention Coota* Orer &? *
Poota of Andsraao ?
School Avenged. .
The baseball team ot the Anderson
High school yesterday defeated the
team bf the Monea Path school in a
very close game at Buena Vista park?
the ?core being 6 to 5. The batteries
for Anderson were; Hunter and Kay.
for Hones Poth. Monroe and Hanks.
The Anderaon High achoo! beys feet
thoroughly avenged for the defeat
which they, received at the hands ot
tho I:ones Path aggregation In m
game at Monea Path some days go.
The Rev. J. W. Speske, pastor ot
St. John's Methodist church, is con
ducting a revival meeting at Belton
this week, and the following Item from
the Belton Journal With reference to
lt will be of interest here: The
revival meeting being conducted nu
der a large lent in Belton this week,
hes been largely attended sud much
good la being accomplished. . The I
mnsic, composed of fifty voices or j
more, is a greet feature of the meet
ing. Rev. J. W. Spe?ke, of Anderson,
?a doing the preaching v and his aer
toohfe are reaching many and open
ing the eyes of many who, through an
oversight, have done or said ? things
that are not la keeping with the
teaching of the Bible. Mr. Speake'a
subject Sunday night was "Tho Lit
Pis? olag a Mr
. ? letter received at the chamber
of commerce from the Southern Set
tlement and Development organ tda
tldn. with bead cuartera In Baltimore,
states that plana are maturing for
a big immigration, into She south as
soon as tue European war bas aub
aided, and auggeaUng that a meeting
be arranged bet weer/ representatives
of the local chamber of commerce md
officials of the Settlement and Devel
opment organisation In case this sec
tion of the country ts interested ia
a pisa to bring immigrants here.
GERMANY'S SIDE OF
THE EUROPEAN WAR
WILL BE PRESENTED TO AN
Of th? German-American Infor
mation Boreai! Will Speak at
Chamber ol Commerce.
The iirogram for the evening on
which Dr. .Myor-Gerhardt will lecture
here on "German and the War" was
announced yesterday and show? that
i'"ils will be one of the most interest
tng events that ha.-) taken place in
Anderson in quite a while.
Dr. Myer-Gerhardt waa for years
a resident of llerllu. He la being sent
out by the German Infr matloa
Bureau of New York City, and has
delivered lecturer, throughout the
eastern half of the United States. He
pr?sent", of course, Germany'.* side
of the' war. He will arrive lu Ander
son next Thursday morning and will
speak that night at the chamber of
commerce promptly at 8 o'clock.
The program will be opened with
prayer by the Rev. Dr. W. H. Fraz
er, pastor of the First Presbyterian
church. The speaker of the evening
will be Introduced by Gen. M. L.
Bonham. Members of the chamber of
commerce and the civic league are
especially urgfil to attend this meet
ing, and the general public Is, of
course, cordially invited.
The entertainment committee^ of
the chamber of commerce, under
whose auspices Dr. .Myer-Gerhardt is
being brought' to Anderson, are ob
serving strict neutrality in bringing
this speaker to Anderson, for they
Intend securing a speaker who will
present the aide of the Allies just
as soon as one ls available. >
LANTERN SLIDES FOR
SERIES OF SUBJECTS WILL
BE SHOWN AT THE AN
WUl Be Divided Into Threo Sec
tions of 800 Each and Will
Attend the Theatre. i
The general committee' in charge of
plans for clean-up and paint-up week,
which will be observed in A?r'erson
April 19-24 inclusive, announced yes
terday that a number of lancera elides
appropriate to the campaign had been
recured and would be shown for the
beneft of the school children of the
city at Th? Anderson theatre next
Tuesday morning. The titles of the
slides are: pay 'vision, tuberculosis,
athletics, out of doors and boy
scouts. One reel ot comedy motion
motton pictures al30 will bo shown.'
The 2,400 white school children of
'the city will he divided into three sec
tions ot 800 each, when they go to
the theatre Tuesday morning to view
the pictures. Group No. 1, will at
tend the theatre at 10 a. m.; group
No. 2 at 10:45 a. m. and group No.
3 at 11:30 a. m.
Lectures accompanying tho pic
tures will be delivered by the ?gr? D
w. Dodge, pastor ot the Central
Presbyterian church, and the Re*. J?
ti . uioDoney, rector of Grace church.
KEEP LIVER AND
No more Ile* dache, Bed Cold?,
* Sour stomach a***^
Ost a 10-cent box nov.
No odds how bsd your liver, stom
ach or bowels; how much your head1
aches, how miserable aud uacomfor
table you ar? from constipation. Indi
gestion, biliousness and sluggish bow
els-you always get the desired re
sults with Cascarete.
Don't 1st your stomach, liver and
bowels make you miserable. Take
Cascarete tonight; pat an end to the
headache,- biliousness, dizziness, ner
vousness, sick, sour gassy stomach,
backache and all other distress;
cleanse your inside r?>jens of -vii tho
bile, ?ases and err;-;'pated matter
which ta produces the .misery.
A 10-cent box means health, happi
ness and a clear bead tor mouths. No
more days of gloom sad distress If.
you will take a Csscaret now and j
than. All druggists sell Csscarets. !
Don't forget the children-their little
Insides need a gentle cleansing, too. j
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"The Daylight Store."
THE BANK ACCOUNT
Is the first step towards success.
Makes you independent.
Protects your family itt emergencies.
Gives vou standing in the community.
. Is an ever present help in Jime pf need.
Start one with us at pince.
Interest paid On deposite.
FARMERS & MERCHANTS BANK
FARMERS LOAF! & TRUST CO.
"The Call of The North"
Mr. Robert Edesoii
in the thrilling play of the trackless woods,,
from the book, "The Conjurer's House,:> bfr
Stuart Edward White.
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5 Parts-317 Scenes 4 ^^,1*1
Open Today at 1:30 P. M. Admission 5 & t
NEW SERIES, VOL. 1, NO. ?. W??kly. l?tobU??e* 18?; Dal?* Jan. 18, !'./.<.
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ANDERSON, S. C.,
MORNING, MA\32, 1914.
PRICE $1.50 THE YEAR,