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The Fountain Stock Company
A play every man, woman and child
Prices 10 and 20c. AU Seats Reserved
Can't gap tn the teat can't bunch nor bind cither
wey. It's the Man'? UNDERWEAR for Comfort,
Service and Convenience. Choose your st; lc at
the price you want to pay from a wide array of
fabrics in cotton, lisle, sUkateens, and others at
$1.00 to $2.50. 2 piece garments from 50c to
$1.50 or $1.00 per suit or $3.00 per suit
Our underwear department is running over and
we can show you most any kind of garments.
PUy sure and buy today.
T. L. Cely Co.
Jesse L. Leaky and David Brlascr
Tho World-Wide Favorite Star
"The Warrens of
A Stupendous Picturizatk n of the
Famous Civil War Masterpiece
by Wm. C. DeMille.
Open at 2 P. M.
This famous picture will start as follows: 2:00;
3:30; 5:00; 6:30; 8:00; and 9:15 p. m. Please
remember this and try to come so that you'll aaa it
from the start, and you will enjoy it twice aa much.
A spacial program of music has boan selected for
each and every important scan? in this wonderful
picture and will ba rendered accordingly.
No Advance In Admission, Sc and 10c
HAS ARRIVED HERE
S. M. BYARS OF CORINTH,
MISSISSIPPI COMES HIGH.
HAS HAD SOME
For Years Was Connected With
ommended by Harrison.
S. M. Flytirs. thc new sericultural
demonstrator for Anderson County,
arrived here Sunday and yesterday
morning entered upon lits, duties. Ile
spent the greater part of the day In
letting acquainted with people about
town and farmers of tha county. He
will within a short while begin mak
ing bia trip Into the country. -
Before coming here Mr. Hy ar.s
spent several- days at Clemson Col
lege with Prof. W. W. Ix>ng. State
agent of the farmers cooperative
demonstration and extension work,
getting acquainted with the character
of work he will be expected to plfl"
form in thia county.
, Mr. Byars appears to be about 36
years of age. He has been with the
Industrial and agricultural depart
ment of the Southern Railway for
the past two years, and has been as
signed to districts in Mississippi in
fected with the boll weevil. His terri
tory included 200 mires on the Mobile
and St. Louis road, between Okolona
and St. Louis, and about l.~>0 miles on
the Southern Railway, between Tus
combla and Memphis. Before going
with the Southern Railway Mr. Byars
took apodal agricultural courae at
the Mississippi Agricultural and Me
chanical college and Volparaiao uni
versity, Valaralao. Ind. He conies
highly ..recommended by the officials
of the Southern Railway, and * Mr.
W. Wv Long, State demonstration
agent, declares that Anderson baa
procured the services of a good man.
Mrs. Byars will come to Anderson
about May 1st, Mr. Byars say.'!, after
he gata located. .
Chamberlains Cough Remedy.
From a small beginning the salo
and uso of this remedy lias extended
to all parta of tho United States and
to many forclgu countries. When you
have need of auch a medicine give
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a trial
and you will understand why it has
bern vin so popular for coughs, colds
and croup. Obtainablo everywhere.
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FOR MEN'S BIBLE CLASS HAS
BEEN INAUGURATED BY
TALKS OF MAKING
Attendance Has Grown So Large
the Present Building Is Tak
en To Hold Them.
Tho Oakwood Baptist church ha?
luaugurated a series of lectures be
fore the rucn's iliblc class on Sunday
mornings. Already a number of men
have been secured to deliver addresses
to this large men's Ulble class at dif
ferent times, add later often to the
entire* Sunday school. O. II. Jones,
the teacher of this cia is is a live
wire, and is building up one of thc
best classes in upper South Carolina
Sunday morning there were In his
class 95 incn, and thc speaker for this
occasion was Dr. M. II. Campbell.
Ile spoke on thc lesson to this class
anil later to the full school, his sub
ject being "A chestnut to Crack."
Those who were fortunate enough to
hear Or. Campbell are. loud In their
praise of his forceful aud eloquent*
Next Sunday morning another
speaker will bc present and address
lirst Mr. Jone's Bible class and later
the full Sunday school. Mr. E. C.
White is thc popular aud able super
intendent of this school, and under
his adininstiration thc crowds aro so
largo that there ls talk of an enlarg
ed building. Last Sunday there were
To Engine of Brogon Mill Caused
Shutting Down Yester
A slight accident to thc big engine
'.hat drives the machinery of the Bro
gon mill, occurring yesterday morn
ing between 8: SO and i) o'clock,-caus
ed the shutting down'of the plant for
the remainder of the day.
The trouble occured in the cylinde.'
of tbe engine. Tin;, hip machine was
not seriously damaged, however, and
it was anticipated last night that tho
trouble would be re pc Ired and every
thing in readiness for, the mill to
?tart at tho usual hour this mornlug
Robert Bowie Sent Up To Higher
Court-Bond Is Fixed At
Following a preliminary hearing be
fore Magistrate G. H. Geiger yestor
da yon two warrants, one charging
assault and battery with Intent to
kill and the other assault with intent
to kill, Robert Bowie, colored, was
bound over to tho court of general
sessions for trial .In'default of bond
of 9500 In each case, thc negro wai
remanded to jail.
Bowie, lt will bc recalled, ts thc
negro who shet Health Officer T. A.
Campbell two weeks ago, while that
(?nicer :?nd Police Prluatc Clamp were
bringing him and five other negroes
lo the guard house from a house ir
that vicinity of the. colored school,
where they were arrested'on charges
Df gambling. The case of aaaault with
Intent to kill was brought against thc
negro by J. H. Wall, the otnor caae, ui
course, being brought by Health Of
en. ww us c
CLEANING UP OF PREMISES
WITH A VIM-P2CTUR2
TODAY FOR SCH
Anderson's "clean-up abd paint-up"
week watt successfully launched, yes
terday, morning, and indications on
the first day were that a bitter war
will be waged on dirt and rubbish In
general between now and . Saturday
night. On a number of streets ot the
etty yeaterday, in front of residences,
'piles of trash could be seen rearing
their tops skyward as wheelbarrow
after wheelbarrow load of rubbish
was hauled from beck yards. The
wagon*. I were . kept beay^ during thc
day haulieg tb. ?tuft away, and lt is
probable that e." the week progresses
wagona will be taxed to care for the
stuff that is piled out for them to
Pictures This Morning.
The second day of "clean-up week"
which la thia morning, will be fea
tured by e visitor ot the 2,400 white
school children , to The Andoraon
thea'.re. where they will be shown
lantern elides and motion pictures ap
propriate to.the occasion. The achool
children -will ~be divided Into three
squads of about 800 each and will vis
it the theatre at various hours. The
lantern atfdes and motion pictures are
calculated to Interest the children ie
STARTED OFF YESTERDAY
IS AT THE ANDERSON
the significance of clean-up week and !
in practlelny personal cleanliness at
all times. The Rev. D. W. Dodge,
pastor ot Central Presbyterian church,
and the Rev. J. H. Olbboney, rector
ot Grace church, have been Invited
to deliver the lecture? which accom
pany these dlcturea.
Swatters Didn't Arrive.
The G.000 fly swatters which were
to have been sent hore by the South-'
eastern Lire Insurance company, of
Oreen vii le, for distribution among tbe.
achool children of the c'iy, failed to
arrive. It ia thought, however, that
the a watte ra will be received later,
and If they get here before the end of
the week they will be distributed
among tho achool children. ,
Dr, W. Frank Ashmore, chairman
ot the board of health and chairman
of the general committee la charge
af clean-up week, will be out of the
city Wednesday and Thuraday tn at
tendance on the annual convention of
the South Carolina Medical Assor.a
tion. at Greenwood. His duties iu
connection with the clean-up work,
(?owever, will be looked after-by Sec
retary Porter A* Whsley ot the che
Mr ot commerce
THE FOUR GRAHAMS
Big Vaudeville Circuit Acrobats
MACK'S MUSICAL COMDEY
AND BLUE RIBBON GIRLS
ELLIOTT and ELLIOTT
THE SENSATIONAL DANCING TEAM
Dancing all the latest and most popular Tango-Hesitation--Fox Trot, etc.
THE TWO SENATOR'S"
> A Very Laughable Musical Comedy-Clean and WJiolsesorne Fun For AU. ,
Three Reels of Good F^ietu?ee
Admission ONLY IO and 20c
This Show Is Worth 50c Anytime. You'll Say So Yourself !
LONDON. April lt?.-The admiralty i
onlght issued a statement saying i <
?erman submarine torpedoed and san'
he trawelcr Vanilla. The crew was
ost. and the admiralty declared tho
rawler. Formo, which er-!eavorcd to |
rescue the crew was fired on and
Preparing For the Future.
"Th0 prohibition wave has hit
?lt Crimson Oulch pretty strong." re
iii?..'koU Bronco Bob. "Why. I uaw
c?ery man in thc place lined up lat
"Yea, but Bevon or elgnt of the ui?n
are learning to take water on Ibo
You are Invited to Attend aa j
*Beautiful Summery Dresses
to be held in our Ready-to-wear
Wedndesday, April 21st.
You'll find quite tibe prettiest you've seen or
will see, raaging in price from
$6.50 to $35.00
Whether .you wurt one or not we'd life
^ to hive yon eoae aaywjy.
Received yesterday another lot of 24 Coat Snits I
at 1-4 off I