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Coo! and Care Free
You go to your business or your
vacation cool and carefree when you
.wear one of Tribble's handsome
AND KOOL KLOTH
$5,00 to $7.50.
$10, $12.50 and $15.
And everything.in Siiirts, Neckwear and Summer Under,
R. WV TRIBBLE
The Up.To.Date Clothier
Wm yon walk end
lesa miles pr?par
iez on J clearing;
away ?fier moola, '
Sit' dorm at your
work wltb .-.ll
plies ot finger?'
ll a'n NE IV
liov.rr- to ?paro
cacti day in pica;.. '
cot pa tan! ta
Timo for matte.*
Cor outdoors, for.
Tlcao for read- 'Tfmoto?rcuotfe?
Inc, corres peed- meal? belora nocx
?nco a?d fancy, peeled callera ar
THE HOOSIER KITCHEN CABINET
Is tho Greatest Labor Saver of the Age.
See Window Display
"Ito Easy to Pay thc Peoples. Way"
I will ?pay thirteen ?nd one half cents for
cotton delivered by November 1st. in pay
ment for Buggies and Carriages bought
'from riow^until August 1st. 1 have a few
good f?cond hand AutomobHes?that I will
sell on same condition, also some good
driving horses and mules. . '
BLU?i RIDGE A?j? D S?IJT^^N
..IFrow.A?^ewon, S. ?. ".
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Satej#ato ot,Sais Final ?JmU
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'C?i?rfoU?sTll^;.'^ .? -f*.???VV.V.3?.40 Juno 18,to 2G lc. toys
.-..i^-Saffat?y'iW.-,Y.- ?i >yv,. . ... rSWBi Self,8.to ?k - ;y.-.Jaty,-?.
?tbck Hill. S. C. ..' .. .... . ifuiv 14 to 16 /Ja??,.?'
; Ja?nviK! T<ym.... .. .13.80 5ono 14, 1 fi, 10/i1>, 24, ...?1B ?ays
. Signer Escurasen Ra?|?ipy.itt Effect to ali Point?
For full information regarding taese and all rates aa<r?lkoaA intonaation
?bWuljy-Blvahvs>?n application, - v
Thousands of Firms Register
With Naval Consulting Boara.
30,090 ENGINEERS AT WORK
Committee on Industrial Preparedness,
Taking Inventory of Country's Bud
tica?, at Samo Tim? Shows Factory
or Mill Hew lt Can Bo linoful In
Timoo of Need to Army and Navy.
Tho re tu rn SJ from tho vant Industrial
Inventory now boiug mado lu every
nook and corner ot the Union by tho
committee on industrial preparedness
of the United States Naval Consulting
board maru a new and vital relation
between tho business men of America
and the federal government Over
100,00o imus are being reglstc?ed.
The information gathered is; thc. Jin;t
fruit of the work of the army ol 30,
000 American .engineers; members of
five eminent scientific bodies, who
farm tho field force of the committee
organized to find out for the-govern
ment tho real industrial resources of
the nation In time of war.
For this sweeping canvass, which la
beaded by Howard El. Coffin, chair
man, and W. 8. Gi ho rd, supervising
director, the whole country hos been
highly systematised, with directing
boards of tho leading 'engineers in
every state, the District of Columbia
ned Alaska. This marvelous smooth
working organization of unpaid experts
has* already accomplished definite re
sults, and the great inventory, an
shown by tho reports of, state chair
men now being received, is moving
swiftly and satisfactorily to its end. '.
The manufacturers of tho nation,
recognising tho highly qualified and
nonpartisan personnel of this move
ment, which has the Btrong support of
the president, the military heads and
the Chamber of Commerce of tho Unit
. cd State?, have almost without excep
tion responded with the most Intelli
gent patriotism and th - deepest Inter
est. In this close-knit movement for a
thoroughgoing industrial preparedness.
They were" called upon to give very
comprehensive Information 'on tho
adaptability ot then* 'factories, mills
a&d minea to federal uses from the
hour of military mobilization, the data
to be held In tho strictest confidence
'for the solo scrutiny nnd benefit of the
war t; nd ndvy.departments of the Unit
.-few. manufacturers . have doubted
the ability of their; plants to aid the
; ?government In wartime. They, l?av?
almost Invariably changed their ..?lews
. whenJsbown b?w little doubt there la
that oh the outbreak of war practical
ly all .concerns not engaged in lines of
work essential to. tba national needs
would bo stripped of their labor, either
for.tho army or for manning other in
dustrial planta vital for the supply of
inch needs, and that In tho event of
hostilities probably 80 por cent or tho
Industries of America'woul^ bf 'necea
slty. bo concentrated on producing the
myriad dements of twentieth century
In the state of New York alone ebme
85,000 firms aro being inventoried. Tn
no case so far has tho NewTorkboard
/met with definite ref asa! to give the
desired * hi fe rn; a t ?on. The 'filled' in
farms are already arriving nt Chair
man J. O. Whi?qVr office at the; ?ate ot
several' hundred a i day; although this
board asked many of the larger firms
ti? sacrifice speed to accuracy,
The response ?hows almost anani
mons desire oh the part of these busi
nessmen.; many of them of interna
tional reputation, to snpporfc tho work
of the committee, and a summary of
their letters discloses ur the most In
teresting and graphie way how the in
dustries of th? Empir? State could ad
just themselves to the needs of con
fijlc^ 'Jf-ohd, as Supervising Directer
Gifford r^ya, "Jt is a very imperative
'if "-efficiently mobilised, tn time of
TSace. ' ? '
A largo capacity saab cbiin. maker,
for e^mpl?, believed ho could wM?
?lttlo 'dlAtcu\ty produce cattrMs* clips
for rifl< i r rid machino guns, and a
/naanfaci.urer bf thrashing maclti~ferr
w?s sure he could make GOO six-inch
shelia per day.
/tow Manufacturers Respond.
A maker of underwear declared ho
could turn., out bandages .end other
t;nit goods? for tho anny and navy and
RESTAURAfrf? AND SODA
FOUNTS ENJOY A RUSH
Thews Placea |
.- Restaurante ami coria founts were
alivo wi,th patrons from ll o'clock
until 4. yostorday afternoon. At the
dinner hour at tivy rostanrauts it wa?
almost impoaaioto to walt on (tin
crowds. Gus Anionnkas stated lh.it
ho had tho best day his business has
enjoyed in several months.
< -Around the sods fount? it was dif
ficult lp get waited upon, and not
tinco the last circus day have thcso
places done a trigger business.. Il
was estimated that ' moro than 6.000
visitors wore in tho city yesterday,
and mtuy of these attended the cam
paign meeting at1 Buena Vista park.
LIKE PROODIGAL OF OLD
RUNAWAY GEORGIA BOY
. TURfcS FACE HOMEWARD
Elberton, Ga., Juno 24.-Lionol
Caldwell, fifteen yeans old. s. sun of
W. C. Caldwell, of Fwrao, Ga., *s on
his way back home. He ran away
about a week ago with an older chum
and hoboed it to Atlanta then to Au
gusta his chum deserted him. Lionel
grew lonely and like tho ^prodigal of
old started back home. Jack-Halev,
coming along - with his automobile
about two miles this sido of Hearu
mont, overtook him, as ho was1 trudg
ing his weary way with b?Btorcd
feet, and, brought him to Elberton
whore ho wa3* given a pallet , in tho
station houso "sitting room" fon
Wednesday night. Thursday morning
ho hurried on . towards Rome to got
a-bite of a fatted calf.
LINE O' ROPE
?CONTINUED PROM PAGUM'.*
Anderson next week." said Mr. J. J.
Trowbridge yesterday, "but ypu can
say that -I will have-some mlgthy
fine picture?, "No, thc local, situa
tion occasioned by the" call to arms
of tho National Guardsmen ruined the
show business this week." ho con
tinued, " the peb;>le being too busy
attending the parades of the militiamen
and the entertainments given in- their
j honor to attend the shows."
Those who . attend ; the Barana
ClasH of abo First Baptist church this
morning'will go away feeling that
they have heard a man and a mes
I sage that. they ; will never forget j
?Mr. B. E. Geer; of Greenville, is
?scheduled to address the class. For
many years he v?aa professor of En
glish lu Furman, university,- and'
thongh he lu not actively connected
with this institution, ho nilli has a
band in thc affairs of tho college, be
ing treasurer. - ?Ir. Geor IB nqw i n
gaged in tho cotton mill business and
1B president of: th? -Judson Mills, one.,
ono of tnV largest L of several huge
plants ot thia -ltIud in Greenville. ,"' H?
ls a n-vtlvo of thia county, being -born
and reared nearer. Ho ls a man,
every t-tch of him, and he ls unlike
moat any other, man you have ever
j known. '. 'Rut, go and hear him, and
then you will understand.
? NEW" DESIGNS JBHOSEN
FOR OUR SILVER CQINS
' ' --' ?
Different Money Will Bo Minted by j
Government' Aft?? july r1.
Dimes, quartern and half dollars of
new design will be tainted after July
1, Secretary McAdoo> anuouneed tho
other day. For the first time since 1891
I a chango will. b> effected In these
plebes. Tho ?biroupcement disclosed
that tho half dollar . baa fallen prac
tically Into disuse?' Tho new design
was/selected with the hope Of'restor
ing-it; to moro gct.crnl circulation.
Under -?be. new/-coinage, each .piece
will be of different design.^ The half
\ dollar and dime models were made by
Adolph A. Weinman end the quarter
dollar by Hermon A. MocNelk Both
aro sculptors of noto- #
- The face y'-! tho near hah? dollar bears ]
! a full length of Liberty, with a back
ground of the American flag flying to
tho breeze. Tho'goddess is : striding
toward the' d?wn of a new day, carry?
j lng-laurel and oak branches, symbolic
oi civU and military glory.- The reverse
? aide ?hows an eagle perched high upon
a mountain crag, v?.V??* unfolded.
! Gtowinff from a lift In the rock ts a
; sapling ot mountain, pinoi symbolic o?
Tho design of iW twenty-five/!?en
.ploce ls intended to ly??fythe awaken-1
tog of ,the cop:att*#b Ita own P '
?- mat t?ettoiary usifA&od-a. .: ann?
aient stated Wbeity, a full
flgrre, is shown stepping toward tho j
! ccaiitry*? gateway* beating upraised a
KiMatd?ti^--&hU#'--f?'-<rt*vf?K'.- ia be
lng draws; The right hand bears ad
oilre branch ofpeae*. Above the need
i^m?wtird" rUt?r^oaad^belew. th*
? feet VfofX' ' The.'ret?Wbears tba In.
and "?Pluribus ?nutn.'.* BotbtaabMt
dollar and the quarter bear tha.mlmwe
i^n;OedWeTw?t?" . ' I
U;:,Tt* '6*s(lgn-pt the Alma larmoie.
? ??berty with a winged cap>^?awn oa
! ;-?b? foso aMe; iao^^?i??> ^ersa'-l? a |
daalffn of n bundie of rods anda bat
[ aa^ayrabolieet o? ^ty, "wherein
' Viv f??t?va? fttiT^f^?a,? _
"Home," said Spurgeon, "is the greatest of all institutions." And the famous
author and editor, J. G. Holland, many years editor, of Scribner's Monthly said: "Home,
In one form Or another^ ts the great object of life.". . .
BUILDING PRETTY HOMES
*IS OUR SPECIALTY
Within the past few days wc have started work on titree beautiful hornee in this
city--one for Mrs. F. A; Carter, one for Miss Helen Hunter, on Calhoun street, and one
for Mr? M. S. Niratnons, on College Heights.
And wc are furnishing tho Lumber and Material for a number of otliers through,
out this section.
If you are thinking of buflding~it h an old term, but in this casa a very true
. it will pay you to get our prices.
^wstys After ilse Job."
M r ?Phone No. 267.
Published By Southern Public -Utilities Ckimpaoy
ANDLTifJON, Si U* SUNJDAT, JUNE 25, tOl?.
THE NEW ORDER - I Y??? Hours of Measure
Electric Lights llend to Increase
in tbs. old fashioned days ' when
closing time came all tho lights
"were turned out in the stores, and
.When.the merchant turned tho key
in hia door business stopped-bi?
store waa a dead -one until day
light. * '-:.!
Now. with beautifully lighted and
attractive merchandise displays in
his windows rind a biasing electric
'.sign over the door Mr. .Merchant
locks hp and leaves one of -hts
,'best salesmen on the-Joh; a sales
man who wlll stay there and, work
;uctli atl the window shopper*, all
'the . people who " are looking for
the bright ; things In tho ; bright
stores,' have gone home,. when the
Urne, switch lots him oui for; th?
In these dey? of competition,
every wlde-awaks merchant ie look
ing for' any way that will .Increase
hU business at tho least coot.
Electric lights properly arranged
fthe windows will do this for any
You can pr?par? the 'breakfast'
coffee. toar;t and eggs at the tab'.e
if you use ono of these little
depend on tho convenience lof your
household ' devices.. What saves ?
more ?topo-consequently more
Urao-^tban an electric Iron? Pro
gressives housewives u?o. them. You
will never fully appreciate tholr
convenience until you' know by es
potience. Begin today to lighten
your taoks by-purchasing ono.
With an Electric Iron
which we will sell you for $2.50,
iroMhg" may be- dona in the coold
en t room. ' And lt? thoHc i?on? the
heat i? uniform, the weight weil dis
tributed, tho handle always cool./
In the Heat '
v/hcu by installing one of our
Electric Fans you may hftvo a
breeze1 when you want it, und.au
!oag as you want lt. day or night.'
The cost-ls'slight compared with
; We hove ali sizes ?nd the pricoa
st?'al W.?6H. . .
Iroste little to buy and little, j ^t?$kjm^
to opsrate-only, S&?0. . v keep? yon:tMiffjk:^}^j^[t