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Dom. Twcreel Urama
"HE WOULDN'T STAY DOWN"
KejHtiae t omen*
"BRONCHO BILLY'S BROTHER"
"THE MAN FROM TEXAS"
FIVE Reels Today
"A COAT TALE"
KB sa nay Western Comedy
"THE PURSUIT ETERNAL"
NO SOUP; FUN AMONG THE PHARAOHS
Joker Comedy .
One Other Selected Reel
FIVE Reels Today
ACCURATE SAP OF THE
I CITY Of ?0?
MATTER TO BE BROUGHT
I BEFORE MEETING CHAM.
BER OF COMMERCE.
IS BADLY NEEDED
t W?1 Be Great Becausv of
Surveys Which Will Have
to Be Made.
tt wee stated at the Anderson Cham
er of Commerce yesterday morning
y the secretary that an effort would
Qbabl* be made either this sum
r or this fall to get a map made for
city ot Anderson for which it ls
d there is a great demand.
This map is especially needed since
recent rapid growth of the city
the addition of a large number of
w concerns here and also becauso
of the demand ol such a map by va'
rious public service corporation?,
hanks and other businesses, who from
time .to time find it almost a necessi
ty to Jiavo an accurate city map for
Tho estimated cost of such a map ii
made, after accurate englneerinK end
topographical surveys will be very
great, but its value would bo Incal
cuable and therefore after the pre
liminary estimates have been made,
and a suillcient number of business
concerns indicate their intention to
purchase such a map, it is likely that
the publicity committee of the local
chamber of commerce will take steps
to have it made.
lt is pointed out that Anderson is
one of the few cities of 'ts size that
has not a regular city map and there
fore lt is time that the city was get
Greatly Benefited by Chamberlain's
'I have used Chamberlain's Lini
ment for sprains, bruises and rheu
matic pains, and the great benefit I
have received Justifies my recom
mending lt In the higher.? terms,"
writes Mrs. Florence Sllfe, Wabash.
Ind. It you are troubled with rheu
matic paina you will certainly be
pleased with the prompt relief which
Chamberlain's Liniment affords. Ob
CASTO R IA
For Infanta and Children
In Use For Over 30 Years
IF YOU ONLY KNEW
What good values we offer among our bar-,
gains $n Monday you would be quick to >
fe advantage of this list of special offer
The newest labor-saving helps for the home. Special Prices
on many needfuls.
10 Piece Set Guernsey Cooking ware, worth $1.50,
Gold Band Bowl and Pitcher, worth *1.5or Monday 98c
Optic Ice Tea Glasses, worth 75c set, MondaySOe set
Johnson Brothers Decorated Breakfast Plates, sold for $1.25
set, Monday 75c
Willow-Blue Breakfast Plates, 75c values, Monday 60c set
These prces are strictly cash. None delivered. No phone
?. ?* .
no. A. Austin
On the SqtMura
DEMAND FOR DETIER
ROAD ?O RIVER FERRY
DR. HAILEY WAS IN ANDER
SON YESTERDAY TO SEE
Hartwell People Went Road So
They Can Come to Anderson
to Do Their Trading.
Coyles of tlw Hartwell Sun have
bi en received lu Anderson contain
ing an account of the Ad Club picnic
and Indicate that great interest has
been evoked In Hart county in the
propoganda seeking towards getting a
r?*al first-el?ss highway between An
derson und Hailey's Terry, which hus
long been tho dream of Dr. W. I.
Halley and other representative citi
zens of Hartwell.
Dr. Mulley was a visitor in Ander
son yesterday and called at the otllce
of Supervisor J. Mack King In regard
tu the proposed rebuilding of the roaJ.
It was iitated ut the oltice of the su
pei visor yesterday afternoon' that no
action could he taken on the matter
ltiitneillutely hut that the road would
certainly be looked ufter Ju the near
The members of the Ad Club are
very much Interested about the con
si ruction of a good road between here
aud lluiloy's ferry and ure anxious for
some action to be taken. It has long
been th? desire of the business men
of Anderson to have a trolley line
from Anderson running from the city
across the Savannah river to Hart
well, but it seems thut the project
hus been lost for the present. If this
cannot bo obtained they are very an
xious to haVe the best possible dirt
roail connecting these two sections.
As WUH stated at the meeting at
Halley's ferry on Tuesday night, the
people of Hart county and the town
of Hartwell look on Aude-son now
ns they used to look on Atlanta; they
can come to Anderson and purchase
goods that will suit them and know
that they have bought the right thing.
It ls certain that a golden oppor
tunity is awaiting tho merchants and
business men of Anderson and one
that tho river people feel sure will be
HAS BEEN ROBBED
Considerable Amounts of Cigars,
Candies and Grape Juice
Stolen--Entrance Puss? e.
Uuknown parties broke iuto the
store room formerly occupied by Car
rington and company in the theatre
building end rifled the place of con
siderable amounts of candles, cigars
cigarettes and grape Juice.
It is not yet known who the parties
were but it 1B understood that there
la a line out for the guilty ones.
Judge Fowler, who ls in charge of
thu building. d*vs not understaud how
the parties got Into the room as there
ls only one entrance from the outside,
the front door, and he has the key
to that and he knows of no duplicate
key in existence.
It is thought that the entrance may
bave beea effected by means of a side
door which ls unlocked by a thumb
screw aud which leads I . o the lobby
of the theatre.
P. 8 N. FREIGHT DEPOT
little Delay Because of Lack of
Material--Tile Roof b
Being Put On.
The work on the new Piedmont and
Nochern freight depot is progressing
veiy nicely now and it is hoped fo
have it flnhhed within the next two
The wood work is being somewhat
delayed hecajse of th? failure of a
car of material to arrive oh time. Yes
terday at noon setteral of the work
men had to atop work until this
lumber cornea. The walls are finish
ed all except a little filling in at the
top and this will be completed With
in tho next day or PO.
The work of putting on the roof
haa started and about one half has
been sheeted. Thu roof will be made
of tile Just like the old one. It ls
thought that lt will take about two
weeka to put this on and when it ls'
finished the building will be about
ready for occupancy.
Te Sleep Well la Summer.
Slight inflammation of the bron
chial tubes causea a distressing cough
and makes refreshing sleep Impos
sible. Foley's Honey and Tar Com
pound covera raw. Inflamed, irritated
surfsces .with a soothing, healing
coating and s to pa that annoying tick
ling, relieving the rscklng, tiring
cough. Take this splendid cough med
icine with you on aummer trips. It
ts good for coughs, colds, bronchial
affect loa? ead la grippe coughs.
Here's Hot Weather Relief
YOU ^an t lower the temperature on a hot day,
==~ -== but you can miminize its bad effects-and
our light weight Keep Kool Klothes do that very
thing for you. And at
prices that will help keep
Genuine Palm Beach Suits, $5.00
$15.00 Serges, ONLY $10.00
Genuine Palm Beach ^
Suits, ONLY . . . V>+>
'Nothing injured hut the price; hut
it has been badly cut. and slashed
FOR SATURDAY, JUNE 19TH
One lot of $20.00 Gray Serge Suits $10.00
One lot of $ 15.00 Gray Serge Suits 7.50
* Sale Still Continues
Big Reductions in
prices on Shoes,
Hats, Shirts and
R. W. Tribble
* ELECTRIC CIT
? Items of Interest and Person
* Wireless on the S
Mr. Shanklin Attending
T. P. A. Convention.
Mr. J. B. Stiankliu of the Tate
Hardware company, the delegate from
Anderson to the National T. P. A.
convention, arrived In Omaha, Neb.,
today and will visit Denver, Col., and
other Western cities before his return
to Anderson. He reports having a
good time in Cincinnati and Chicago.
Sham Battle tc Be~~
The local militia company will fight
the sham battle in North Anderson
next Thursday afternoon, June 24, at
? o'clock. The company will march
to North Anderson and tben divide in
to two platoons, one. under the cap
tain and the other under the first
lieutenant. A banquet ht being plan
ned for the evening.
O ? ' ;
7s Picking Up.
Mr. J. P. Noblitt. manager of the
Spot Cash Grocery, stated yesterday
that business was improving and that
they were going to close one of the
beat week's trade that they' had since
they have been in business. He could
not account for business being so
good his week but said it was certain
ly a great deal better than in the
Receives Copies of
Acts of (l?serai Assembly.
Mr. James N. Poarman, clerk of
court, ia in receipt of a number of
A NICE BIG ROAST
ht Beef, Pork or Mutton la real ly. one
of the beat meats. Foe it ta Just as
good cold es hot So you can have
several meals with only, one cooking.
Tell us to. send one for Sunday din
ner. Make lt a big one, for our meats
are ao choice that only a bbl ene will
have enough left to cut up old.
The Lily White Market
J. If. ItlNDSAT, Prenrteter. i
Y SPARKLETS .
al Mention Caught Ovar th* ?
tree tr of Anderson *
copies o? the ?els ot the general as
sembly of 1915 which are to be given
to the county officers anti, magis
trates. They may have same by call
ing at bis office.
The Greenville to Columbia train
was delayed yesterday . morning . in
Piedmont about three hours and a
half because of the derailment of a'
freight train. No one was injured.
Town ville People
A number of Townvllle people.came
to Anderson last night oh the town
vllle auto 'bus to hear Rev. B. F.
McLendon. Those attending were:
Mrs. Mitt Nicholson, Misses Roberta,
Mary, Addie. andAlline Nicholson and
Messrs. H. C. Whltt, C. W. and J.
R. Pant. J. R. Bruce, J. N. Bole
man, J. P. Crabbs, Mitt Nicholson,
Angus XV. Schlock, Burt Henry, E.
M. Brown, C. C. Kay, Ouy Heller,
W. F. Donald, E. Drew Cromer, Hay-:
nie Thrasher, R. C. Whitworth and
J. E. Carnes.
Held Meeting ?~
A meeting of the committee on ar
rangements of the Ad Club for the
celebration on the fifth of July wa?
held yesterday aternoon at the rooms
of the chamber of commerce. How
ever, nothing definite WAS decided Up
on in regent to the d era ls and anoth
er meeting will be he c. Monday af
H?. Willan. T. Smith.
Mr. William T. Smith, of No. 2
Wnmmett street. Orr Mill? died yes
terday morning at the age of 68 years.
Funeral services wiN be held this
morning at 10:30 o'clock and Inter
ment will be made lo Silver Brook
cemetery. Mr. Smith leaves a Yam
To the Ladies
We invite you to visit our stoi
thing nice, clean and sanitary.
Special cut prices to offer you
Our line is complete.
We are just closing one of th
in the history of our store.
Come in and "Once Us Over."
to pay cash for your Grocerie
sanitary place like ours, if nothi
The Spot C
J. P. NOBLIT
Phone 181. , \l
UGH! CALOMEL Ml
DONT STAY BILK
'Wm's Lhtr Tm" Will Ctol Your
Slaggisb Lhtr Better Tlia CUCBH
til Cfii Not Salto?.
Calomel ma ?tos yen sick; you loee ?
day'* work. Ca'omel ia quicksilver and
it salivate?; rv, lemuel iajsrea your liver.
If you are bilious; feel lazv, sluggish
and al) knocked out, if your bowel? are
const ip', red and your nead aches or
stomach ia sour, inst take a spoonful of
harmless Dodson a Liver - Tone instead
of using sickening, salivating cakunel.
Dodson's Liver Tone is real liver modi
cine. . You'll know lt next morning lo
calise you will wake ut? feeling tux*,
your liver will 1* working, your heed
ache and dizziness gone, your stomach
will bs sweet and bowels recular. Yot
will feel like working. You'll I*- .>!?*:.>
fal; full of energy, vigor and aie'dijo?
111 ll ?. I ? .. J. '
re today and Monday. Every
on Fresh Meats and Groceries.
ie biggest weeks we have had
We will convince you it pays
s, and get them from a clean,
121 N. Main St.
IKES YOU SICK.
Your druggist or dealer wilt you a
60 cent bottle of Dodson's Liver Tons
under my personal guarantee that it
??ll clean your sluggish liver bolter than
nouty calomel; it won't make you nick
and you can est. anything you want
without being .salivated. Your druggist
guarantees that raak spoonful will start
your liver, cloan* your towels and
straighten you up by morning or you
ijrt your money haek. Children gladly
take Dodson's Liver Tone because it is
pleasant t&xtipg and doesn't grips or
cramp or wilke them mick.
1 fin wiling million? Of bottles of
>T???l8oii,?* T.i? er Ton . to people ? li.) lisvs
f.?0nd fi st'thin pleawu.?. vryeUblt*. liver
?"e<Me?t?e (ski* the niara of dungeroun
f ii.?mel .? PMV one bottle on my- soupd,
.liable * OKI ant?*- Ask your diuggt?t
.. i m* i ' j
ijoy That Trip By
* TODD AUTO SHOP