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Today-Pathe Day "THE NEW EXPLOITS OF ELAINE" Featuring Arnold Daly, Pearl White and Edwin Arden. Read it in the Sunday American, sec it here in mo tion pictures. "PATHE NEWS" "PATHE CARTOON COMEDY" Coming Tomorrow MARGUR1TE CLARK In the famous four reel Paramount Feature "GRETNA GREEN" Produced by the Famous Play irs Film Co. for the Para mount Picture Co. Palmetto Theatre TODAY'S PROGRAM Empire Musical Comedy Co. Presents | "The Bystanders" A Blackface Comedy. This is one of thc best bills of the entire week. IVIovIc!? for Today "THE CASTLE RANCH"-American "WISHED ON MABEL"-Keystone Comedy. Ford Detroit Weekly SERIAL NO. 44. The news of the week in motion picture and a good laugh now and then. Program subject to change should important events warrant it. St. Louis, Mo., starting a big balloon race. U. S. troops as sisting aviators in getting ready for the start. Explosion of balloon "Hoosier." (| Steamship "Minnesota" plying between Seattle and the Orient wrecked off Iwajima, Japan. FORD DETROIT WEEKLY AU-Ways-Qood. J Mountain scenery in the Catcades,?from the rear platform of a trans-continental express. Breaking ground for Detroit's new Motor Speedway. Ralph De Palma, famous racing driver makes a speech. Shown at BIJOU THEATRE Today, Thursday mk.. J Ik.latiar 'JrowUt t;icV Th? CbrlsUaa Orowth club of tho -First Baptist church ha? beet; post poned one week, and wilt meet Fri day afternoon. Mar 28, at G o'clock. Lot eil the girls finish and bries in tho article* thar are making for the box ciay be teat tooti. At Zion School. J. K. Swoaringen State Superinten dent of education will speak at Zion school Tuesday afternoon. May 26th, at 3:30. He ia blind but he will eu ter tain you. Everybody come. ' ~" B. C. Cromer, Principal. Will She Be Victim of a Submarine? Margaret Mariel Harvey. Thia little Kiri with her parents ailed on the White Star liner Cyril le for England. Friday. She ls go ng Into the war zone ereated by the inman submarines, hut she is ion-combatant. Her trln viii take cr very near t,ho ground whero a /cok ago a Gorman torpedo cank the .lusitania and carried to the bottom , score or moro of children '.ike he--, 'crimps If ano looks about, from the eek of the White Star liner1 she may co some of tho bodies of the little Ictims of the Lusitania floating in he water off Old Head, Kinsale, Ire md. Mt. Zion Fresh)terian Church. There wll' bo no services at Mt. lion Presbyterian church on thu 4th 'unday. but will have services on ho fit h Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock. TIZ" FOB TIRED SORE, ACHING FEET Ah! what relief. No mort tired feet; io m ve. burning feet, swollen, bad sittell ng, sweaty feet. No more pain in corns ?Houses or burtons. No matter what lils your feet ir what under he sun you've .ried without retting relief. u%t ute "TIZ." "TIZ" draws mt viii the poi sonous rendr ions which puff ip the feet j 'TIZ" is mug. rsl; "TIZ" Xm rr? nd: "TIZ" ?ill cure ymir oot troubles HO nuil sever limp or dvaw up your face n pain Your shoes won't ?rem tight ind ymir i ct will never, never.hurt or ret *ore. ?wollen ??r tired. Get * ?.1 rent box at any drug or It-partmcnt store, and get relief. $3,053 High S Building FOR SCHOOLS OF ANDERSON | COUNTY ENTITLED TO RECEIVE SAME THIS COUNTY LEADS STATE Has More High Schools and GeU More State High School Aid. fount y Superintendent of Educa tion J. H. Kelton was notified yester day that the sum o? $3.063 of State high school and building aid money had been forwarded to the treasurer of Anderson 'County to bo Jlvlded among the schools of this county en tilled to receive it. Funds received by high schools out of this appropriation are as fo"ov Belton.$ 415 llonea Path. 457 iva. 4131 lebanon. 200 Pendleton. 4<in Starr. ICO Tow nv! 11<?. 17:5 Wllllamston. 22.1 Total.$2.253 School receiving aid on account of j new buildings having been erected an- as fed lows: Savannah.$200 Long Branch.300 Willlford. 8001 Total.$800 Under this law where schools build now houses they receive aid for the j State to the amount of 1-4 of the < OBt of the structure up to $1.200. A simi lar amount is Riven by t li o -onnty hoard of education of ?-ach county. In order to share In the high Kchool aid fund, schools have to run for a j certain length of time, employ so j many t'-aehors and comply with other requirement* of the high school law. No town of more than 2.500 inhabi tants is eligible to rharc in this fund. Mr. Felton stated yesterday that he. expects to Ret between $16,00 and $17.000 of State money this year for the schools of Anderson County. A few days ago he received from the State continuent fundMhe sum of $3, 500. Prior to that he reeelved of the | rural Krade?! school fund the sum nf $7.700. I"nst fall he received $2.000 of term extension money, and also received about $1.000 of the first division of hljr?< school money. Ho expects to receive yet nbout $1,000 ut State money for the schools of j this, county. " lt gratifying lo l.now that An- j derson County leads all other coun-1 ties of the State In the number of I high schools, and also receives more , State high school aid than any other | '.onnty of the State, getting the maxi-; mum amount of $3,000. ! Personal 1 + ? +-M-S ++++4"*~M-+++-fre"*++++4-+4-+ : K. F. AlRood of Liberty waa a visi tor in the city yesterday. A. G. Wood of Wllllamston was among thc visitors In the city yeater- | day. Mrs. J. L. Pettigrew of Iva spent yesterday in tho city. Mrs. M. F. Kelley and MIPH LU^V Kelley of Belton were shoppers in the city yesterday. N. M. Campboll of-Belton was a visitor in the city yesterday. Mrs. 'Will Hodges returned yester day to Starr after a short visit herc. For Coughs that "Hong Ol." Lingering colds, bronchial c >ughs. In grippe colds and similar ailments that "hang on" until May aro likely to last all summer If not cured. Foley's Honey and Tar Compound will allay Inflammation, clear stopped passages, relieve distressing discharges at the source, banish stuffy, wheoiy breath ing and beal and soothe raw nasal and bronchial passages. It is prompt 1 : action; safo and sure. Contains no nutates FVAUS Pharmacy. Bijou TODAY'S "THE BLACK BO - E. Phillips Opftsnfcdl "THE CHEF'S RE1 A story of blasted hope?, w "'SOMECRO< Presenting V SPECIAL "FO Tomi "AT THE BAN With Kin S BIG REEL Good Music chool and Aid Received J~ E. SWEABINGIoTlf COMING NEXT WEEK WILL SPEAK AT HIGH SCHOOL CLOSING EX ERCISES TOUR COUNTY State Superintendent of Educa tion Will Speak to Patrons of Various Communities. state Superintendent of Education I. E. Sweuringon will arrive in An derson next Sunday night for the pur pose of delivering un address at the commencement exorcises of thc city high school .Monday evening and spending half of the week visiting school communities of the county. He ls. o? course, coming too late to visit any of thc schools, us all of them lin ve closed for tile summer. ll< will, however, meet with the patrons of the various school communities in Betf/ral quarters of tho county hy go ing to some church, school house or town and there speaking to putrons of several surrounding school dis tricts. Itinerary Monday. In company with County Supnrl i tendent of Education. Mr. Swoarin gen will leave tho city enrly Monday morning. At Mt. Hcth'd church, nt in:?0 o'clock, he will meet with the patrons of some five schools and ad d^eBK thom on some pertinent sub ject. At 3:30 o'clock that afternoon he will ho at t'arswcll institute, where, ho will moot with the patrons of some four schools and address them along similar lines. Monday evening ho will return to the city and deliver tho address at tho commencement exenlsos of the high school. Itinerary Tuesday. Tuesday morning at 10;30 o'clock Mr. Swearlngen will meet with the patrons of tho Townvllle school. At :'.:::(> o'clock of tho same after noon he will bf? at Zion school house, where In? will deliver an address. Tuesday night at 8 o'clock lie w'.ii meet with the pnt>-onn of tne Leba non school. Wednesday's Program. Al !? o'clock Wednesday mnrni'ip Mr. Swoarlni-on will bo at Welcome school, whores ho In nchoduled to de I livor aw addrens. ? At 10:30 o'clock he will speak nt ? White Plains school. I From 1 to .'. o'clock of the samo af 1 fornnon he will visit tho schools ut Polzer. I At 1 o'clock that aflornoon ho will j iddresa the school patrons of Wost Pelzcr. He will take tho S.nithorn railway train nt Polaor that afternoon ?ind ! return to Columbia. j.;. . .. .j. .> .j. .> ?J. 4? .> ?fr ?fr*fr_ ? * AT THE HOTELS ? ? ? * .:. ?fr .:. ? + * + ?fr * * + * <? Registered at St. James Hotel Yes terdsy: Joe S. AinoB, Spartanburg. H. L. Fuller. Macon. Edgar Van Gilder, Knoxville. W. H. Clarkstnn, Colu*5'o?v. , James M. Chiles, GiQenvllle. O. H. Johnson, Chester. W. E. Johnston. Chester. W. B. Catcart. New York. C. S. Moore. Columbia. ?Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Waterhouse, At lanta. Rev. J. E. Crimes. Townvllle. W. R. Wicker, Baltimore. J. A. Burras, Greenville. C. A. Bryant. Columbia. Geo. L. Starks, Boston. Leo Paige, Atlanta. F. M. Miller. Macon. R. W. Gambrell. Spartanburg. A. B. Kellstrome. Boston. P. V. Manning. Chicago. J. Dixon Andrews. Philadelphia. . F. E. MacKnlght, Atlanta. Kitchener waa going to begin the war In May, but it looks a good dca* as though the Germans beat him to '.t.-Nashville Tennessean._J Theatre PROGRAM X"-Episode No. 6. m's sensational story. VENGE"-^Sterliiig. Ith the chef as chief blaster. )KS"-Crystal. IT hui Prescott. RD" WEEKLY _ '-.>.'.' ?. : .. Dr row QUET TABLE" ig Baggot. S-S and 10c Universal Service Have You Been In To Select Your Suit? SCHLOSS BRO*. * CO. r -, . i i,, HUH Bdumort Nt? Votk, We-'re showing some exceptionally attractive, val ues at from $10 to $25 Whatever your needs you're sure to be pleased here, for we have all styles-English-semi-Eng lish and Conservative-whichever you prefer. . Worsteds in li^lit and medium weights; serges in blue and all thc good shades of gray and tan; fancy needle, stripes and the classy stripes and pi.Mds in Mack and white; gray and white, blue and white and subdued greens and browns; all are here for your approval. And when it comes to value-well just this-we make it a strong point to ^ee that you get even greater value than you expected. You'll find it a pleasure to look at these nev/ suits-Come in today. Shirts You can't be too particular about your new shirts. We are showing such a varied asosrtment of neg ligee with stiff and soft cuffs that your every whim can bc satisfied. A world of new patterns are here. Shirts at-" $1.00 to $3.50 INTERWOVEN HOSIERY ROYDEN OXFORDS PARKER & BOLT The One Price Clothiers Low Round-trip Rates for Everybody Offered by the SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY "The Progressive Railway of the South." *To Newport News, Va.-General Assembly Presbytern Church in the U. S., (Southern), May 20-28. 1915. To Memphis, Tenn.-General Assembly Cumberland Presbyterian Church and Woman's Missionary Convention, May 20-27, 1915. To Richmond, Va.-Annual Reunion, United Confederate Vetec ns, June 1-3; 1915, To Birmingham, Ala.-Grand Lodge, ?. O. O. F., of Alabama, May 10-13, 1915. To Birmingham, Ala.-Sunday School Congress, National Bap* tist Convention (Colored), June 9-14, 1915. To San Francisco and San Diego, Salif.-Panama-Pacific Inter? national Exposition, and Panama-California Exposition, 1915. To Houston, Tex;-Southern Baptist Convention and Southern Sociological Congress, May 12-19, I9l5. To Air*-wis, Ga.-Summer School, University of Georgia, June 28-July 31, 1915. For specific rate, schedules or other information, call on SEA? BOARD Agents or write Cl S. COMPTON, FRED GEISSLER, I*, p. A., S. A. L. Rwy., Aist. Gen. Passenger Afent, Allanta, Ga. Atlanta, Ga.