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Choo Choo Giris Present "FEMALE SEMINARY" MOVIES FOR TODAY "IN THE VALLEY" Tlmnhuser. "THF. SILENT WITNESS" Rellane*. ?A HOME RKEAK1NG ll OU ND" keystone. B POU THEATRE TODAY The Final Episode of the Great Serial Story "BLACK BOX" In Two Reels. "THE CAMERON SISTERS" In Photo Vaudeville. "THE MINATURE CIRCUS" Powers. OJ It Costs Less Than 1-2 cent an hour Ceiling, Wall and} Oscillating Fans In all Sizes Southern Public Utilities Co. Phone 223 >Net Contenta 15 Yfadalmta HE ; CASTORIA AIXOMOL-ai^CBKE ? S 1 simllatiu??KroodaialBe?afr H iTomotcsni^st^axaWl ?ess ?Yj^^SfBl Worms, l^ri^hnes aaa ihc Slasfe ?grietoso* ^CaaMJnat?as?t: Esaet Copy of Wrapper. CASTORIA For Infants and Children. Mothers Know That Genuine Castalia Always Bears the Signature, of In Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA 85 ANDERSON COUNTY PEOPLE RECEIVE $50 WILL BE PAID TO THEM BY FORD MOTOR CAR COMPANY OVER 300,000 SOLD Mr. Archie Todd in This City Has Sold Hts Share of the Automo biles and Sales Increasing. Mr. Archie Todd siated yesterday that during the past year ho had sold G.*> Ford automobiles in Anderson county and that these G5 owners would share in the great profit shar iiiK disbursement of the company on July 31. I^ast year it was agreed hy the Ford Motor Car company that if 300,000 or more of their cars wore sold from July 31, 1914, to July 31, 1915, each purchaser would receive $.".0 each. More than 300,000 have alreday been sold. As stated abovfc 0.1 people have bought Ford cars ii. Anderson coun ty and these will receive a check on or. about July 31 for .180, making a total cf $3,250 that wl'.l be sent into this county. On Chat date the Ford company will pay out over $l.:>O0,000 the dis bursement to be participated in by over 300.000 people in the United States, lt will take over IG.OOO pos tage to send out the c.iecks to these people. As the UmP for the nnylng out of this money draws nearer, and since lt ls now n certainty, there has been a marked increase in the sales of these cars. During tho past week Mr. Todd has sold four, one to Mr. J. L. Herron of Starr, one to Dr. J. M. Hobson cf Townville, one to S. A. Mct'owan of Anderson and ono to Mr. W. A. Speer also of this city. Mr. Todd stated yesterday that he now had on hand only t vreo tourinR cars and that he expected to sell them within the next few days. He also said that he believed that tho newspaper advertising In this county had enabled him to place so many au tomobiles. ASSIGNMENT OF THE DELEGATES^ STARR SALUDA ASSOCIATION WILL CONVENE JULY 27 THREE DAYS CHURCHES NAMED And Homes Designated at Which Delegates From These are to Stay During Meeting. Thc assignment of the delegates of the various churches in tho Saluda association has been announced as fol lows. Thc association will convene at Cross Roads Baptist church at Starr on July 27. Anderson, First dniren1-C. D. Wat son. Anderson. Second church-T. C. McGill. Harkers Creek-E. C. Pruitt. Helton, First church-J. S. Jones. Helton, Se ?nd church-M. H. Sex ton. , Big Creek--J. D. Leveretto. Broadmouth-\V. L. Mouchett. Cedar Grove-A. E. Dean. . Cblquola-Mrs. Ed. Thompson. Clemson College-A .A. Dean. Concord-C.. C. Jones. I loree'lester-J. E. Selgler. Eureka-Frank Gentry. First Creek-J. L. Herren. First Street. Williams ton-A. M. Yeargtn. Flat r.?3ck-John Brown. Friendship-J. B. Quarles. Gluck Mills-T. D. Hewln. Hon ea Path-J. ll. Pruitt. Hopewell-C. C. Jones. Iva, First church-J.' B. Leverette. Iva, Second church-W. W. Smith. Iva, Second church Keowee-Oscar Bowie. Lebanon-Mars. A. S. Bowie. Little River-Dr. J. N. Land. Long Brauch-J. J. Smith. Mount Bothel-L. E. Dean. Mountain Creek-Mrs. Elizabeth McGee. Neals Creek-E. J. Pruitt. New Prospect-E. J. McGee. Oakwood-Mrs. A. 8. Bowie. Or rv lile-T. D. Hewln. Peuer. First chureb-Dr. McCalla. Pendleton-J. E. Wo fiord. Poplar Springs-Tom Mitchell. Riverside-B. F. Gentry. ? Rocky River-John Parker. Salem-J. L. Pettigrew. Shady Grove-W. R. Ctmmblee. Tabernacle-J. L. McGee. Townville-Paul Earle. Triangle-J. 8. Jones. Turkey Creek-J. C. Pruitt. Union-W. F. Stewart. Welcome-T. C. Watt. Whitefield-Mrs. J. B. Pruitt. Wi ll lam ?ton-A. 8. Thompson and ! A. B. Herron. B*?hany-F. W. Banister. John Parker, Church Clerk. Beauty Mere Than Skin Pee?. A beautiful woman always baa good digestion. It your digestion ls faulty. Chamberlain's Tableta will do yea good. Obtainable everywhere. ALFALFA GLOB WILL BE ORGANIZED HERE MEETING IS CALLED FOR NEXT SATURDAY AF TERNOON LARGE ATTENDANCE Is Expected and all Interested Par ties Are Invited-Is Wonderful Crop and Has Been Tried. Mr. S. M. Ilyar?, farm demonstra tion agent of Anderson county, calls for a meeting of the farmers and hus- I iness men of this section on; next Sat urday afternoon ut 2?30 o'clock, in 1 rooms of chamber of ' commerce at . whlcli time an alfalfa club will be or ganized. A few days ago a club was organized at Helton and the people in that sec tion seemed to take n great amount of interest ia lt. Mr. Hyars "ill go to Iva on Friday morning ? Bpcak to thc gathering there during the chau tauqua and while there will organize a club. Mr. -Hyars stated yesterday that he had received a telephone mes sage from Iva stating that tie farm ers there were anxious to have the club organized. Tho farmers of this section are urg ed to attend the meeting on next Sat urday afternoon. At this time Diann for the sowing of a small acreage In alfalfa during this coming season will be discussed, and a time appointed when the members will meet to see about ordering the seed. Anyone who is interested in alfalfa and bas something to say about lt are asked to attend the meeting. Sev eral Anderson county farmers have raised this crop and know what it ls and what it means in the way of a hay crop and they are especially in vited 'o attend. Practically unknown In this section n few years ago, alfalfa ls now get ting to be one of the main hay crops with, many farmers. Those who have grown lt state that It is the best pay ing crop they plant and that nothing can equal lt as a hay crop. Several cuttings may he made every year and in this way a large yield my be ob tained, i - . L> WILL BEGIN LAYING THE ASPHALT TODAY WILL BE F?LLOVVLb BY FI NAL SURFACE |N DAY WORK $ ELAYED On Sooth McDuffie St. Because of Rain on Tuesday Afternoon To Fix Railroad Tracks. The paving contractors will begin laying the asphalt binder on West Market street thia morning, beginning at Maxwell avenue and working to ward Main street. It will take about two days to lay this "hot stuff" and then within twa or three days asphalt surface will he placed on the street. Many people, will doubtless visit West Market street this morning to see the binder pat down. This is tho first street on which the work was started and it since has now been closed to tramo- tor several w?eks, the people generally are anxious to see it opened up. Mr. Sanders,..'etty.engineer, stated yesterday that he expected the con crete mixer to go. bock to West Mar ket street oa Saturday and lay the con crete at the Charleston and Western Carolina railway tracks, which are now being lowered so that this part of the street will conform to the gen eral grade. The work on South McDuffie street was delayed yesterday morniag oa ac count of the rain Tuesday afternoon which made the street too wot for lay ing the concrete base. However, the work is going oa this morning . at ususl. Darken Gray Hair? Look Young? Pretty Saga Tea and Sulphur Darkana So Naturally That Nobody Can Tell. Almost everyone knows that Sage Tea and Sulphur, properly compound-: ed, brings back the natural color and lustre to the hair when faded, streak ed or gray; also ends dandruff, i ton ing scalp and'Stops falling hair. Years ago the only way to get, mixture was to make it at home. Nowadays, by asking at any drug store tor "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound." yon will get a large bot tle ot. this fomotm old recipe for about 50 cents. Don't stay gray! Try HI No one con possibly tell 'that you darkened your hair, as lt dose lt so naturally and evenly. You dampen a apongo or eoft brush with it snd draw thia through your bair, taking one small strand at a time; morning the gray bair dlssppeat , and after an other application or two. your nair becomes beautifully dark, thick and glossy. ?. .-. North Anderson "In the Rose Hill District" Residence of P. K. McCully, Jr. Some of the Pleasing Features "From the rush to the hush" is what someone said was the feeling they had when arriyirjg ia North Anderson from the center of the city, lt gives jfte feeling of SUBURBAN QUIET and RESTFULNESS, and yet you know the business district is in CLOSE PROXIMITY. The city car service is good and by automobile the distance is a matter of four or five minutes drive through Anderson's pretties) residence streets, or you can walk into town in twelve to fifteen minutes any, day. . 'fi . :% . ? . , . , Out of the Noise Zone Into the Pure Ozone . ? m ??, 1 1 NORTH ANDERSON is not an uncertainty. NORTH ANDERSON is a real residence district, in which many of our friends haye built their homes. NORTH ANDERSON is the ONLY residential section of Anderson with PRO TECTIVE RESTRICTIONS. NORTH ANDERSON has good streets, Granitiod; side walks, Ga*; Qty Water," and Electric lights. NORTH ANDERSON has many triangle park spaces, the best neighborhood, fresh, pure air and plenty of sunshine. kJk ?V.. ?? i ! - . '? . ' : - v'~ NORTH ANDERSON is free from assessments and City taxes; and yet you have all the advantages of the city. NORTH; ANDERSON has many advantages of which w? cannot tell-you,? but which you must see to appreciate. ' If you cannot come out today, call at our office orphone us and we will call for you with a large auto arid take-the entire family out there to show you the many beautiful and distinct advantages of NORTH ANDERSON for Home Builders, or as an investment. NORTH ANDERSON is the ONLY Suburban Real Estate proposition that t rr.e Equitable Insurance Company ever loaned SIX'per cent money on. This, we think is very significant; in fact, it shows that these EXPERTS on Real Es tate values have every confidence ir NORTH ANDERSON as an INVEST MENT. . t ? NORTH ANDERSON offers you the most liberal Co-operative, Profit Sharing proposition in a Suburban Real Estate development ever made any where, or at any time', and this, too, after the Suburban Residential section was an ASSURED SUCCESS. * ' ; : .. ? : . - V---V- ' . . Profit-Sharing Plan : i .. ... _ . .. - . ..'.?.*.? . . r , 20 per cent of the Company's Net Profits for the First. Yea? and 10 per cent of the Net Profits "for \ the next Two Years. No Taxes, interest 6 per ^ w cent. Offer restricted to first 75 lots solit-20 sold . * .already J^' Better Select Your lot TODAY. H may be sold TOMORROW. They are "going pretty fast. Our best references atv those whom we have sold. ' See or Phone Johft Linley or 'Gene Watson J 1 0* Phone Nos 647, 9?6, 310.