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When Your Mother held you Thus in Her Arms you KNOW that she expected you
to live up to your eaily teachings. Are You?
it's Not Too Late To Begin Again. Start Tomorrow
THE WESLEY BIBLE CLASS
St. Johns-The Friendly Church
10 A. M.
$5.00 IN GOLD WILL BE GIVEN TO THE PERSON HOLDING
THE LUCKY NUMBER TONIGHT. EVERYBODY PUR
CHASING A TICKET WILL BE GIVEN AN OP
f PORTUNITY TO DRAW THE LUCKY
"Sheridan King, Detective"
A Sensational Detective Drama
Matinee Today, 3 p. m.
Prices 10 and 20c. Al! Seats Reserved.
* ELECTRIC CIT'
* It?rai ?ff Interest ?nd Persern
* Wireless on the Si
Highpoint school, between Helton
nnd Ilonca Path, closed yeutcrday for
tho season. A picnic, which alwayB
comes as the uftorinatn of thc cloning
of a rural school, will ho held nt the
School house today, and it I? prohahle
that several persons from the city
will attend. This is thc second rural
school to close for the season, ("love
land school having suspended work
yesterday a week ago.
Attend a Picnic.
Yesterday uaw l!ic ctofltlg of Bbo
nezcr school, tn the upper scctionn of
the county, and, In hooping with n
time honored custom, a good old fash
ioned picnic will he hold there today.
County Superintendent of Education
J. 11. Kelton stated yesterday that tm
was slated to attend the feast.
Tho Hov. W. C. Kirkland, edito?
of the Southern Christian Advocate,
hnH returned from Hie lower part ot
the State, where ho attended the an
nual memorial services at Rivor's
Rrldgo. at the corner nf four con
Iles-Hamborg, Colleton. Hiirttwe.ll
and Hampton. Tho president of the
River's H ridge Memorial Association
lg Dr.- N. F. Kirkland, father of Pnv.
Mr. Kirkland, and he ls past 54 years
nf axe As usual, there was a large
attendance at the exercises. Tho ad
dress ?f tho occasion was fade hy
President Harms of Newberry Col
loge. There are some '?0 soldier ti
' buried Chere aa a result of skirmish
ing which eusucd when Sherman'e
army Invaded South Carolina from the
cl ircction of -Savannah.
?? a ? ?
Felton t.oiusr to
County Superintendent ot (Mm a
lion J. H. Felton stated yesterday thal
he will leave next Monday for Coat
Innooga. Tenn., where ho wilt attorn
thc National Kd neut lon al Conference
which will be held there next week
He- expects to be awav practical!:
all nf the week.
IT SPARKLETS *
J Mention Caught Over the *
reeta of Anderson ?
l?H?a(.Ml LAH! Night.
County Superintendent of Education
J. Ii. Felton. Senator J. L. Sherard.
Representative S. M. Wolfe nm: tho
nov. W. H. Frazer. I). 1).. pastor of
thc First Presbyterian church, wont
lo Starr last night tu hear the public
lehnte which took place In thc public
;chool on thc qucrv. "Kcsolvcd that
won>sn sufferage should bc adopted lu
South Carolina." Mesara. Sherard
.ml Wolfe and Dr. Prater served as
ludges of thc debate. The affirmative
?ide of the (pierv waa tuken by the
Urv. S. J. Hood, fue A. ? <. P. min
ister al Iva and Hov. J. L. Slnglo
to't, Mcth'idlut minister at Starr, while
tho negative wa? taken hy Prof. Poyd
-'amak, nrlnclpal of the Starr graded
rhool. and lt. Pringle Cllnkscalca,
fornior school teacehr and lawyer and
now H farmer In the lower part of
nid school now
UVIH Another Airing*.
The old Cross Hoads or "Hue"
.school row, which la already hoary
with ago and ncarrcd nu tho result
nf many threshings, wa:; tacked again
yesterday by tho county board of cdu
atlcn. lu session held in the office
.?f County Superintendent J. II. Pol
ton. Tho board had nothing to give
nit for publication, other than that
tho inattor ls not vet settled.
lining tn UtitId
Preparations aro being made for thc
oroctlon on Kost I . vcr street of a
fins residence'for Dr. J. !.. Sineth
ors. A committee lot between th? resi
dence of Mr. H. Y. Naneo and thf
present house of Dr. Smether's ;s thc
site on which the uew residence li
to be hulK. Tao Int ls being grade?!
first preparatory to the beginning ol
reutest at ?elton
Monday night in Holton lligl
School auditorium will bo hold a con
tost to select those who will com
pete In the O'Neal Oratorical contest
an nupunl ?went of consid?rable noti
in Holton, which will lie held on .May
7. It is probable thut the contest will
bc hcl din thc opera house at Hel
ton. Prof. J. H. Watkins, prncipal
of tho Helton school, stated yester
day that thc preliminary content Mon
day nlgut will be a lively affair.
Hlir Dar at
Iva I? Today.
A ipiartettc of high schools, two
from Anderson and two from Abbe
ville counties, will measure prowess
In oratory and athletics lu contests to
ho held nt Iva today. Tho schools of
Starr and Iva. in Anderson, amt
IjOwndcHvillo and Antreville, in Ab
beville counties, aro thc competitors,
(bounty Superintendent of Kauen timi
J. H. Felton stated yesterday that he
The War Spirit
Little Willie's father as lie laid on
the slipper, said:
"Willie, this hurts me more, far
more than lt does you."
"Then keep it up." said little Wil
lie grinding his teeth. "Keep it up.
dad; I can stand it."
No Headache, Sour Stomach,
Bad Cold or Constipation .
Oet a 10-cent box now.
Furred tongue. Bad Colds. Indiges
tion, Sallow Skin and Miserable Head
aches come from a torpid liver and
clogged bowels, which cause your
stomach to become tilled with undi.
Rested food, which sours and fer
menta lice garbage In a awill barrel.
That's thd first step to untold misery
-indigestion, foul gasea, bad breath,
yellow skin, mental fears, everything
that la horrible and nauseating. A
Pascarel tonight will tflve your con
stipated howela a thorough cleansing
and, straighten you out by morning.
They work while you sleep-a 10-cent
box from your druggist will keop you
feeling-good for months. Millions o.
men and women take *. Caacaret now
and. then to keep their stomach, liver
and bowels regulated, and never
know a miserable moment. Don't for
get tile children-their little Insides
need a good, gen ?le cleansing, too.
MEET IN WALHALLA
CLOSING SESSION OF MEET
ING PRESBYTERIAN WO
Mrs. A. Bramlctt New President
Was Given Gavel-All Vot
'I'lio last session of thu Piedmont
Presbyterial was culled to order at
1? o'clock yesterday morning by the
president, .Mrs. T. E. Stribling, who
conducted thc devotional services for
the morning. After the roi., the pres
ident requested the newly G.eciCd of
ficers to come to the iront and bc
introduced to thc ladles.
Thc president then took up the qucs
tion box which had been carried over
from tho Thurrtlay service. The
.Htcstion brought out much informa
tion ?md many helpful suggestions for
thc best work In the individual socie
ties. Next on thc program was an
open conference on society problems,
yrs. (JlglniUiat of Seneca ?cd the
discussion on thc subject. "What was
tlie best work done by her society,
during the year?"
Mrs. E. W. Brown responded to thc
( I nest lon. "What do you fina the great
est caurie of indifference In your
work?" The question nns-vcred hy
Mrs. Bramlctt was "What results do
you get from a mission study class?"
Theso discussions were very help
Mrs. Colt theil made uti address in
I behalf of the Nacoochcs School, with
i which she and ' Mr. Coit ha.e been
j Identified for the past six years. This
' school is located in the heart of thc
Blue r idge mountains, just a. ross the
lino in Georgia, au industrial school
I for young people, under the care of
the general assembly. .
She spoke of its beautiful location
In the Nachoocheo Valley, in close
touch with the mountain people, and
it's for these boys and girls that the
school waa primarily established.
?Every effort ls being made to give
each and every child a good all
rouud practical education, thorough
ly preparing them for life.
Mrs. Fraser for thc plac? or meet
ing committee ?rave an Invitation for
the next meeiti.,. In Walhalla, which
was accepted by thc,convention. Mrs.
McConnell gave the report on re
commendations which wau adopted.
Mrs. Brackctt read the resoiutlnna
of thanks tn all those who had con
tributed so materially to the success
of the meeting.
The Presbyterial decided to send
a delogate to Montreal this summer
and Mrs. T. E. Stribling was elected
as delegate with Mrs. Adams or
Pendleton and Miss Norris of Wcat
mintstcr as alternates.
They also elected Mrs. W. H. Fras
er as their delegate to Synndlcal. with
Mrs. S. N. Hughs, of Westminister
and Miss Junkin of Piedmont, as al
Tho retiring officers wore given a
rising voto ot thanks, after which
Mrs. Stribling in R charming little
speech, presented tho gavel to her
successor, Mrs. A. Bramlett. Mra.
Stribling introduced to tho Presby
terial the three little pages who had
done such faithful . >rk for the ladies
and Thanked thom in behalf of all.
Th?ve pages were Little Misses
Emily Fraser. Georgia Lea Muldrow
and Sara Townsend.
Tho Presbyterial was adjourned af
ter the singing of tho hymn. "Blest bo
the tlc thats binds."
Mr. and Mrs. J-. H. Fant who
have been visiting at the home o<
Mr. ami Mrs. J. B. Felton, lia ve re
turned to their homo In Town ville.
AN INTERVIEW WITH MR. FORD
Thc following interview was niven hy Mr. Kord to one of the aggressive Kord agents, who roturned
lo lils home and gave it lo his territory in tito following newspaper advertisement.
This ts thc most Important Advortisci.-.t nt I Ever Caused to bc Published.-Read Every
Word-and then Marvel.!
On a personal visit to Mr. Henty Ford ! broached tho subject <?f a possible August 1st Re
Tlie Ford Company announced last year-as you will remember that if their total sales reached :?U0.
000 cars between August 1, 1914. und August 1. 1015, each purchaser during that period would receive
back a rel und of $40.00 to $60.00.)
"Mr. Ford." I suggested. "Is there anything 1 can say to our people with regard to thc Ford Com
pany's ".OO.OOO car rebate plan?"
"Wo shall sell Ute 300,000," was thc quiet reply-"and In li months, a full month aheud of August
"Then a refund ls practically assured?"
-Yes-barring the totally unexpected. Wc are 50,000 to 7f>.000 cars behind orders today. Factory aud
bram hes are sending out 1800 dally."
1 then said to Mr. Kord: "If I could innkc a definite refund statement we would Increase our local
sulcs non cars."
"You may say." was Mr." Kord's deliberate and significant reply to this-"You may say that wo shall
pay hack to each purchaser of a Koid car between August 1. 1014. and August 1. 1915, barring thc
unforeseen, thc sum of $50. You may sav that I authorized you to make this statement!"
What cnn I add to the above? $15,000.000 rash coming hack to Ford owners! And lo prospective Kord
owners up to August 1, 1915, it actually means-Ford Touring Cars for $490-less thc $50 'rebate!
Ford Runabouts for ?110-less the $50 rebate! What is there left for me tu say!
TODD AUTO SHOP
ON TURK FORTS
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE.)
French and Germans claim suc
cesses in Woevre.
Zeppelins arc again reported along
the English northeast coast. Thc
reports arc unconfirmed. No bombs
have been dropped.
Athens dispatches say there hus
been fighting nloug thc Dardanelles.
Little ls known regarding thu laud
VIENNA. Aprl 2?.- An AusIran of
fcal statement today says the general
situation is unchanged. Hut that
that Austrian artillery was successful
in isolated engagement? in thc Car
pathians. All is quiet ut UxBok Pass
after tho Itussian repulse.
The situation is unchanged in south
oust Uallciu and Bukowina.
Italy Celling Excited.
. ROME, April 23.- Widespread be
lief that Italy soon must decide for
or against war has aroused the public
feeling to nervous excitement Tho
tension ls increasing daily. The cab
incl meeting tomorrow is looked for
ward to with much anxiety. Jt ls
realized a decision must come from
one of the cabinet's meetings. It is
stated in high official quarters that lt
ls becoming more Improbable that
italy will participate In tho war, ut,
least for some time.
TO GEN, fi A. HE EU
South Carolina Division, V. C. V.
Send Expression of Esteem.
That Gen. V. A. Reed's presence at
tito State Reunion of Confederate
Veterans is sorely missed is evidenced
hy the following telegram which wus
received In thc city yesterday.
Columbia, s C.. April 22. 1015.
Gen. C. A. Reed,
Anderson. S. C.
By unanimous vjte I was. directed
to wire'you.our love and sympathy
?ind wish for your speedy return to
good health. We aro 'having un en
8. E. WELCH.
/ Adjutant General.
Preaching at Rouble Spring*.
The Rev. W. B. Hawkins will
preach Sunday morning at Double
Springs church, the services begin*
ling at ll o'clock. His subject will be
.Wrath of the Lamb" or "Future Pun
Mack's Musical Comedy Coi
"A Farce Comedy"
that will make you hold your sides. It's a side-splitter.
MOVIES FOR TODAY
A Two Reel Reliance Drama
A Keystone Comic.
This Tab show, aided by the addition of the Four
Grahams, who are well worth twice the price of admis
sion, is a Cracker-jack." One of the best; if not the best
ever playing at this theatre.
Wc run the cream of the Mutual service when il conies
to Keystone Comedies.
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Bankr?pt Stock Sale
3E TROWBIDGE wOn The Squa-e.