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?THE MORNING HOUR LECTURES |
Chautauqua XOeeK. 1
Don't make the mistake because these lectures are in the lt
? morning that theu are dru or unimportant. The men selected ?
? for this work bu the Redpath Educational Department are ex- I
i perts and authorities on their respective subjects. . I
|| If uou miss the morning hour lectures uou will miss |j
m one of the best features of the Chautauqua. r I
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Chautauqua Week May 10th. to 17th.
FOR MONDA Y ONLY
Handsome Hand Painted Salad Bowls and
C;';e Plates at Tremendous Sacrifice
Being greatly overstocked on these Salads and Cakes, and
needing the money badly, we have decided to sacrifice our
SALAD BOWLS and CAKE PLATES; so for Monday only
your pick and clToice of any Salad or Cake in the house for
$ 1 .PO
These are every one Imported Hand Fainted Bowls and
Cakes-8, 9 and lo in. in diameter which formerly sold for
$\.5o, $2.00, S2.50, S3.00 and $3.50. Not a Bowl or Cake
in the entire lot less than $1.50 and I don't believe there is but
two each of $l.So ones in . the lot. Go behind the counter
pick out what you like, pay the Dollar and there you are.
John A. Austin
"On The Square'9
Now is the time to have your tires repaired for thc spring
and summer service. I can vulcanize your old tires or sell you
i;ew ones. See me for
GOODYEAR AND AJAX
tires and accessories. Also the famous j
HOWE RED TUBE
better known as the clover leaf tube.
AH repair work guaranteed. ? ' f .
Free air to customers.
Templeton's Vulcanizing Works
108 N. MeDuffie Street
Business Phone 270. Resident Phone 814.
HELPFUL SESSION OF
County Organization Met at Noon
Yesterday at the Chamber
Thirty-six women, members of tilt
Hammond, Mountain Creek and Leb
anon Behool districts homekecpers
clubs, met yesterday at uoon at the
chamber of commerce In the aecond
monthly meeting of the Anderson
County Homekeepers club, an or
ganization composed of thc three
smaller bodies of the respective
school districts, interesting and help
ful talks on the subject of the kitch
en featured the meeting yesterday.
The discussion was lead by Mrs. T.
A. Wlgglngton, who waa followed by
Mrs. Pat W. Major and others. De
ightful refreshments were served by
Misses Claudia Dreazeale and Cannh
The next meeting of the courty club
wlil be held about the middle of May.
At this meeting, the organizer and
director of the work, Miss Janie C.
Carlington, will conduct for the bene
fit of the members present a number
of tests of canned articles of food
which are bought off the shelves of
lite ordinary store.
Col. Andrews Will Filed.
RALEIGH. N. C., April 24.-The
will of Col. A. B. Andrews, first vice
president of the Southern Railway
Company was filed here today for
probate and leaves the bulk of an
estimated estate of $500,000 to his
wife, Mrs. Julia M. Andrews. Ten
thousand dollars is given to each of
five children. The will ulso provides
that Mrs. Andrews shall have $9,000
Roosevelt Gets Day's Rent.
SYRACUSE, April 24.-Colonel
Roosevelt today rested from lila four
days on the witness stand in William
Barnes' fifty thousand dollar suit for
He conferred with lils counsel and
took a long auto ride. It waa be
lieved doubtful tonight that the case
will reach the Jury before two weeks.
CHILD GETS SICK
"California Syrup of Figs" can't
hann tender stomach
A laxative today saves a sick child
tomorrow. Children simply will not
take the time from play to empty
their bowels, whtoh become cloggad
up with waste, liver gets sluggish;
ptomach sonr. , '
Look at the tongue, mother. If
coated, or your child ia listless, cross,
feverish, breath bad, restless, doesn't
eat heartily, full of cold or has sore
throat or any other children's ailment,
give a teaspoonful ot "California Sy
rup of Pigs," then don't worry, be
cause ti ls perfectly harmless, and In
a few hours all this constipation
poison, sour bile and fermenting
waste will gently move out ot the
bowels, and you have a well, playful
child again. A thorough "Inside
cleansing" is ofttmes all that ls nec
essary. It should be the first treat
ment given In any sickness.
Beware of counterfeit fig syrups.
Ask yonr druggist for a 60-cent bot
tle of "California 8? rup of Figs,"
which has ful'/ drectlcns for babies,
children of all ages aid for grown
ups plaihly printed ot the bottle.
Look carefully and seo that it s made
by the "California Fig Syrup Cora
ANDERSON BOY HAS
LANCEO A BIB JOB
A. CARL LEE RESIDENT ENGI
NEER FOR BIG HYDRO
ON THE CATAWABA
Development Will Represent An
Expenditure of Something
Friends throughout the State of an
old Anderson boy, A. ("url Lee, who |
for the past five years has been en
gineer of maintenance of way and
purchasing agent for the Piedmont
& Northern lines, will be delighted
to learn that he has been appointed
to the responsible position of resident
engineer for the Southern Power
company at the big hydro-electric
I plant which ia to be built on Catawba
River, In Chester county.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee came over yes
terday from Greenville, where Mr.
Lee has had his headquarter;*, to
spend the week-end with relatives
in Anderson. They will return to
Greenville today and on May 1 Mr.
Lee will sever Iiis connection with the
Piedmont & Northern Hallway and
.eave for the Bcene of his new work,
Mrs. Lee will Join him there later In
he spring and in the meantime will
/istt relatives in this city and sec
Sometime ago, lt will be recalled,
plans were announced tor the con
duction of another big hydro-electric
slant on the Catawba, in Chester
county. The contract was "awarded to
:he Hardaway Construction company
if Columbus, Ga., -.?nd already the con
tractors are on the ground and bave
preliminary work under way.
This ls to be a plant of 3.'>.000 hoi-se
power, and will be the third in a
khalin of three great hydro-electric
ievelopments on this river. Already
two 35,000 horse power have boen
constructed, one at Great PallB, three
miles below where the new one is
to be built, and the other at Fucky
Creek, two miles below the Great
The new piantis to be built at Nitro
leB, where there lias been construct
ed a plant for the manufacture of
fertilizer material out of nitrogen tak
en from the air. Mr. Lee will be on
the new Job for about two years. The
development will perreenBt
development will represent an expen
diture of about a million and a ^ialf
FUNERAL MRS. MARTHA
LESSER AT COLOMBIA
Remains Will Be Taken There
Today-Those Who Will
The remans of Mrs. Martha Lesser,
who died late Friday afternoon, will
be taken to Columbia today for in
terment in the Jewish cemetery beside
the grave of her husband. Mr.
Michael Lesser, who died some 20
pears ago. The funeral services will
be held at the grave, and co. ducted
by a Columbia Rabbi.
Tho body will leave hcVo this narr
ing at 8:30 o'clock via tbe Blue Ridge
Railway. Members of the imm?diate
family who will attend tho 'uneral
are: Mr. Abraham Leaser, Mr. Wil
liam Leaser, Mr. Solomon Lesser, Mr.
Leo Geisberg, Mrs. Josephine Sellg
man. Mrs. Oscar Geisberg. Miss An
ulo Lesser and Mr. Leo Seligman.
PAROLE FOB LAURENS MAN .
Governor Manning Issues Parole For
Parrot M liam.
COLUMBIA, April 24.-Acting upon
the recommendation of the board
of pardons, Governor Manning this
afternoon granted a parole to Par
Rott Mllam, of Laurena county In
the spring pf 1910 on the charge of
assault and battery with intent to
kill an dsentenced to eight veera in
the nen i tent i ary.
Mitam called at the governor's of
fice wearing stripes. Governor
Manning gave him a talk advllng hin
to begin life anew with a determina
tion to make good.
Flood Damage ILMMM.
AUSTIN, Texas, Aprl 24.-Fourteen
are known to bo dead, aa a result of
the flood, In Walter and Shoal Creeka,
In the outskirts ot Austin yesterday.
Twenty-one ere still unaccounted fur.
The damage 1B at least a fl.000.o00.
t? ^bu Wi?rt/c (?
AN INTERVIEW WITH MR. FORD
Tho following interview wa? given by Mr. Ford to ono or tho aggresive Ford agents, who returned
to his home and gav** lt to his territory in the following newspaper advertisement. '
This is the most Importent Advertisement I Ever Caused to be Published.-Read Every
Word-and then Marvel. 1
On a personal visit to Mr. Henry Ford I broached the subject of a possible August 1st Re
The Ford Company announced last year-as you will remember-that If their total saloB reached 300,
000 cara between August 1, 1914, and August 1, 1915, each purchaser during that period would receive
back a refund of $40.00 to *G0.00.)
"Mr. Ford," I suggested, "ls there anything I can say to our people with regard to the Ford Com
pany's 300,000 car rebate plan?"
"We shall sell the 300,000," was the quiet reply-"and In ll months, a full month ahead of August
"Then a refund ls practically assured?"
"Yes-barring the totally unexpected. We are 50,000 to 75,000 cars behind orders today. Factory and
branches are sending out 1800 daily."
I then Bald to Mr. Ford: "If I could make a definite refund statement we would Increase our local
salcH 500 cars."
"You may say," wa9 Mr. Ford's deliberate and significant reply to thlb-"You may say that we ahall
pay back to each purchaser of a Ford car between August 1, 1914, and August 1, 1915, barring the
unforeseen, thc sum of You muy say that I authorized you to make thia statement!"
What can I add to ?ha above? #10,000.00? cash coming back to Ford owners! And to prospective Ford
owners up to August 1, 19IC. it actually means-Ford Touring Cars for $490-less the $50 rebate!
Ford ltunal.-uuta for $440-less the $50 rebate! What Is there left for me to say f
TODD AUTO SHOP
IN THE CALABOOSE
Letter Manly Young White Man
Charged With Stealing and
Charged with carrying an unlawful
pistol and with petit larceny, to wit,
stealing a pistol, a young whltu m-.in
named Lester Manly, a bride-groom of
but a day, was arrested last nighi and
confined in a cell at the nollce sta- ,
lt is alleged that Manly stole the
pistol from a relative, but Manly as
serts that the son of his relativje
gave him the weapon to keep, so thal
the threats of the older man to take
his pistol and shoot someone would
be broken up. The police claim they
got the pistol off Manly's person, so
there is not much explanation the
prisoner can make of that circum
Manly was married last night to a
young girl who he says originally
came from Piedmont. The roan
states that he came here some two
weeks ago from Hart County, Ga., '
and that thc girl to whom he was mar- '
ried Friday night, came ' here about ?
the same time.
FOOD SOURING IN I
"Pate's Diapepsin" ends all stom
ach distress in five
Wonder what upset your stomach
which portion of the food did the dam- '
age-do you? Well, don't bother. If
your atomach ia in a revolt; if sour. I
gassy and upset, and what you Just
ate has fermented into stubborn
lumps; head dizzy and aches; belch
gases and acids and eructate undi
gested food; breath foul, tougue coat-,
ed-just take a little Pape'a DIapep- :
ain and in five mlnutea you wonder j
what became of tho indigestion and !
Millions of men and women today '
gnow that lt it, needless to have a bad
stomach. A little Diapepaln occas
ionally keeps Mils delicate organ reg
ulated and they eat their favorite
cods without fear.
If your atomach doesn't take care
of your liberal limit without rebel
lion ; lt your food la a damage in
rUad of a ht.p, remember the quick
est, surest, most harmless relief ls
Pape'a Dlapepsin which costs only
fifty cents for a large case ai drug
atores. It's truly wonderful-lt di
gests food and sets things straight,
so gently and easily that lt la really
astonishing. Please, ..for your aake,
don't go on and-on with a weak, dis
ordered stomach; lt's so unneceaaary.
Don't Your Old
brins: it to us and we will make it look like
new. Can put new rubber tires on cheaper
than any one. Let us polish and repair your
harness. We have an expert to do this kind
We have a nice line of vehicles, such as
.Tyson & Jones, Moyer, Norman and Rock
Hill buggies; Studebaker, Old Hickory and
Thornhill wagons. We handle the best and
guarantee everything we sell to be as repre
We-manufacture our own Harness. Come
around; we will be glad to show you what
we have. Ask for one of our summer lap
robes you need something to keep the dust
Yours for business,
The Fretwe?l Co.
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Curtain P?les and Fixtures. In Brass. Walnut and White
? Enamel. 5c. A. W. Bailey & Cd's. Bankrupt Stock Sale
J JOE TRQWBIDGE "On The Square."