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MOVIES FOR TODAY
Two Reel Broncho Drama.
"WHERE BREEZES BLOW"
A Five Reel Metro Feature.
This is Truly a Wonderful Picture. Be sure
to see it.
The light, strong, durable, dependable Ford ap
peals to you on the matchless strength of its rec
ord for service given to more "than 75o,ooo
owners. The Ford is a utility in every human
activity, and it is wonderfully iow in upkeep
averaging two cents a mile to run and maintain.
Barring the unforseen, each buyer of a new Ford
car at retail between August icM4 and August
191.S will receive from *4o to JS60 as a share of
the Ford Motor Company's profits.
Touring: Car $400; Runabout $440; Town Car $690;
Coupelot $750; Sedan $976; f. ?. b. Detroit with all
On display and sale at
TODD AUTO SHOP
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W* r InQall^Sizes
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LITTLE EDWIN DEAN
WAS BITTEN BY DOG
TAKEN TO COLUMBIA YES
TERDAY TO UNDERGO
WAS A PET DOG
And Nothing Was Thought of Oc
currence Until Wounds Be
gan to Swell.
Mr. anil Mr?. Luther E. Dean ot
starr passed through Anderson yes
terday morning with their little son.
Edwin, who they were taking to Co
lumbio for treatment at the Pasteur
The little hoy is ?ix yearn old and
he wa? bitten on the nose and mouth.
It wa? stated yesterday that oa last
Friday tile little fellow was playing
witli his pet dog when it bit bim.
Nothing was thought of it at the time
hut later ills laue became swollen and
the dog was watched. It was no
ticed that it was acting queer and
Sunday it was killed und the ?lead sent
to Columbia for examination.
Late:* n telegram was received hy
Mr. Dean stating that the dog had
rabies und to send t..',> child at once.
Mr. and Mrs. Dean were very much
worried over the affair yesterday
morning. Tho dog it seems '.vas a
General favorite and the little boy
was constantly playing with it. He
had been bitten before in play and
that ls tile reason no attention was
paid at fi.-st to the bites received Fri
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Dean over Anderson county will be
pained to learn of thc child's misfor
tune and hope that nothing serious
Following ls the list of letters re
maining uncalled for In the pcstofllcc
at Anderson., for the week ending
July Ul, 1915. 1'err.o'is calling for
these will please say that they were
advertised. Orfe cent due on all ad
A-J. D. Acker, Mrs. Lantha Alli
son, Mrs. Nancy Allen.
B-W. It. Baker. M. Dullard, Miss
Lualla Burriss, .Mrs. Ida V bbs, Miss
Guorpin Black,-H. D. Burroughs, Miss
Daisy Brown, C. S. Howling, Arthur
C-A. B. Curtis, J. II. Cope, Mr?.
D-Mr. nlnd Mrs. James R. Dick
son, Jannie Deviin, G. W. Davis, Chas.
E.-J. E. mior.
K-Leo F?rst. Jem Fisher.
G-German Tinting Co., Miss F. E.
II-Willie Harper, Claud IBU, Ar
K-Lawronco A. Keys, O. C. Kel
L-Eddie Ker Lntimer, Mrs. Elmor
Lodlow. Mrs. Janie Lollls, Mrs. Nulla
Lord. R. L. Landon.
M-Miss Ivy Mauldin.
O-MISK N. E. Owens.
P-J. B. Parker. C. C. Phillips.
Dee Pike. Ada Pepers.
R-Miss Annie T.oblnson, H. J.
Russell, Janies L. Reavis, S. L. Rus
sol?, Mrs. Z. Taylor Richards.
8.-Thoa. S. Stallings, Nan ie Sims,
EoV. J. IC. Sims.
T-E. L. Thornton, Mrs. Mamie
V-A. T. Vernon.
W-Christine Williams. Dr. G. M.
Williams. John H. Whitfield. W.
Vance Watson. Miss Mary Ward.
J. A. BURGESS WILL
IS SUSTAINED HERE
Judge Nicholson, Has Rendered
Decision in Matter-*-Amount
Mr. W. P. Nicholson. Judge ot
probate has rendered a decision sus
taining the Ol of the late J. A.
Burgess, a well known farmer ot Fork
township.who died a few months ago.
. An action to set aside the will on the
grounds of lack of formal execution,
mental Incapacity and revocation waa
brought against Mrs. Sara Burgess by
J. D. Babb and E. E. Sheriff, as
executors of the iast wilt und testa
ment. The property involved,
amounts to something like $13,000.
Judge Nicholson's decision read as
"That the Will is hereby declared
to Nt the true last will and testament
of ?*e said J. A. Burgess, and that the
same be and ls hereby admitted to pro
bate in th? duo form of. law.
HAS SPLENDID WINDOW
Feat's Beek Store Trying Fer Prise
la Big Contract.
One of the neatest window displays'
that has been seen in the city in
some time ls at Fan t's Book Store on
West Whit nor street. This store is
la the national contest put on by Me
Curtis Publishing company, which is
going to give several prises tor the
beat window display advertising tho
Ladies Home Journal.
?fr. George Fnnt is getting to be
and expert tn arranging wlodow dis
plays and tn? one this time bi ex
ceptionally good. Japanese bamboo
ls csed very effectively. .
Rein Was Greatly in Demand and
People of City Greatly
Yesterday afternoon about 4:4i
a heavy rain begnn falling in tie cit j
and continued for over u half an
The rain wa? needed and the peoples
of the city generally felt greatly re
lieved yesterday afternoon when it be
gan falling. Wluic the cloud- were
gathering many people could be seen
on the titrectfl looking up, trying to
predict what lt was going to do and
imping that lt would rain. Gardens
were needing the rain badly, some of
then being nearlfy parched.
Owing to the great amount of work
that is being carried on on thc streets
of the city, the dust has been terrible
for the past several days and much
complaint has been heard.
One of the things which caused the
rain to be so much appreciated was
because it settled tiiis dust. The
trees and plants looked greatly re
freshed after the shower.
The rain also caused much relief
from the Intense heat of the past few
days. After it fell yesterday there
seemed to be a decidi d c.inngo In the
temperature and it is hoped that it
will not be so warm today.
Just how far the rain oxtended over
the county ls not known. Farmers
In the city yesterday from various
sections of the county stated that old
corn was needing rain bad and lt In
hoped that the raia wns general.
IO BUY GOOD LAND
Big Auction Sale is to Be Held To
morrow-Land Must Be Sold
At. Any Price.
Speaking to Mr. E. R. Horton yes-I
terday morning lu regard to the auc- !
lion Thursday at 10:?50 a. m., of the
Hall land he said that quite a num
ber were interested. He says br
hopes the land will bring a fair price
but that the fact is it has to be sold
whether lt sells high or low.
The plan we would suggest is go
out and look over this property and
out your prlco on it. the price that
von would bt> willing to give, and then
bid that price. If you get lt all o.
k., you have a bargain. If some
other fellow wants it worse let him
have it. V jeems to us that there
is a good i irnce. for speculators.
It cerUti)' s s fine opportunity for
any one ?,.?o wants to live near tho
city or for h city man who needs a
few acres close In.
Death et Child. .
Frances, t.ie little five day old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. Robert
Dodd, died ut their home, 800 Fant
street, yesterday morning at 1 o'clock.
Interment was made yesterday after
noon In Silver Brook cemtery.
HAM H FTC RX ED HOME
Hr. Richards flees Huck to Willow
City, North Dakota.
Mr. Mitas Richards, son of Mr.
Edward H. F-'-Ciiards, who has charge
of the Carolina Grain & Elevate* com
pany, left yesterday for his old home
In Willow City. ?. D. Mr. Richards
wns accompanied by Mr. Hermon
Holcombe, who will go to work in the
harvest field there.
Mrs. E. R. Richards and daughter
will leave for their former home to
day. Mr. Richards will remain In An
derson for the present and tho grain
elevator will not be closed.
To Improve Cemetery.
The Deacons of Neal's Creek church
request the members io bring t' elr
wagons to church on Friday. July 2:1.
to haul sand to Improve the ceme
Gray Hair Becomes
Dark, Thick. Glossy
Try Grandmother's Old Favorite
Recipe of Sage Tea and
Almost everyone knows that Sage
Tea and Sulphur, properly compound
ed, brings back the natural color and
lustre to the hair when faded, strok
ed or gray; also ends dandruff, itch
ing scalp and stops railing bair. Years
ago tho only way to get this mixture
was to make lt st home, which is
mussy and troublesome.
Nowadays we simply ask st any
drug store for Wyeth's Sage and Sul
phur Compound.*' iou will get ?
large bottle for shout 50 centr*. Every
body uses this old, famous recipe, be
cause no one cen possibly toll that
you darkened your hair, as it does it
BO naturally and evenly. You dampen
a sponge or soft brush with it and
draw this through your hair, taking
one ?.mall strand st a time; by morn
ing the gray hair disappear^, and si
ter another application or two, your
hair becomes beautifully dark, thick
and glossy and you \poka years young
MAIN ENTRANCE WILL BE
MOVED ON MAIN STREET
And Will Compare Favorably
With Any in South-Complete
Thc lobby und offices of tho Hotel
Caiquola will be moved tomorrow
morning from the entrance on West
Whlluev street to North Malu street.
Everything was about In realness for
the move yesterday but u few details
will have to be attended to today. The
room where the old lobby has been
located will be fixed un as a store
room and will be rented in the near
So completely has the hotel been
remodeled that lt might now be spok
en of as the new Hotel Chlquola. A
telephone system has bern installed
which connects every room and a P.
3. exchange, the very latest thing in
this line, has been put in. The new
entrance has been const rucie?', and
the dining 'hall has been completely
Tho new entrance was said to be
one of fae prettiest In the South yes
terday by several traveling mon.
Stone steps lend directly from the
?Idewalk, over which is erected a
beautiful and artistic marqule, around
which will bo placed many small
Beautiful Ionic columns are plac
ed inside of the entrance, which add
muco to its appearance. The floor
is nf mosa:c tile with black border and
the walls are finished wita a 12 'inch
marble base and panneled wainscot
ting eight feet high, painted in oak.
Light is received through large win
dows of Florentine glasn and beauti
ful semi-Indirect electric lights from
the ceiling above.
The deBk faces t'lie entrance and
this is completo in every detail. Be
hind this desk is situated the tele
phone exchange and complete desk
fixtures. The cigar stand will bo
kept to the left of the main entrance.
The furniture of the lobby consista
of large easy chairs and sofas of hand
buffed Spanisu leather and are great
ly in keeping with the general color
scheme. These were bought through
the People's New Furniture store of
this city. Several writing desks will
be placed on the left side. These
desks were bought through O. F. Tol
ly & Son, f ur nf. tu re dealers, and are
the famous Wolverine desks made by
tb* Cad'ilac people of Detroit. Mich.
A competent stenographer will stay
at the hotel to do public service work.
The elevator ls located on the ?eft
Bide of the lobby aa ls also tho broad
stairway, which leads to the second
story at the same place the old one
Beneata this stairway is another
which leads to the basement, which
ls also something new in every 'de
tail. In this basement will bc found
the lavatories and toilets and a sani
tary drinking fountain. The base
ment hv a new tile floor and is very
neatly finished. In this room will be
located the hotel barbersaon and tile
This new entrance to the hotel has
twice the floor space as the old one
and adds greatly to the general ap
pearance and accommodations. It is
indeed one of tho prettiest places in
Anderson and -Mr. King can justfly
I feel proud of it.
OFFERS BIG REWARD
For Evidence That Will Convict (lull
ty Parties of Arson Rere.
The National Board of Fire Un
derwriters of New York has offered
a reward o'; $200 for the "detection,
conviction and punishment of the par
ty or parties, who may on trial be
found by the court guilty of the
crime of incendiarism or arson in
filing the premises at Anderson, s.
C., being the dwelling at 305 West
Franklin street, on May SI, 1915."
The dwelling in ?question was own
ed by Mrs. Eva Edwards and was un
occupied at the time ot the flro. Mr.
E. A. Marshall planned to move in the
house on the day lt was fired. The
amount of insurance carried was $2,
New Motor Vehicle Fer Passenger
A number of novel features are em
bodied in a new passenger carry-ng
vehicle that has Just been brought out
and is designed to operate anywhere
that fairly good roads are available.
This vehicle, is gasoline-driven, is a
combination of motor truck and coach
body, and tis Intended tor city, subur
ban, of interurban service. The chas
sis consist of a 3 1-2-ton truck with
a wheel base of 23 ft. lu 3-4 in., while
the body ls built much like a Pullman
car. Individual chairs, mounted on
special springs for absorbing shock,
are provided, for 27 passengers. It is
claimed that this arrangement, to
gether with the springs on which fae
body is mounted, proude* the maxi
mum of comfort under road condi
tions that are far from good. Along
the sides of the car, are round win
dows, about 24 lu. In diameter, which
are hinged at the ton of the car in
pleasant weather. T.ie car is electrl*
cally lighted aed la provided with- heat
ing and ventilating facilities, the
beat being suppltr.i by the exhaust
from the engine. *?he car is made lo
be operated on the prepayment plan.
Vlewa of the car are published In the
August Popular Mechanics Maga*toe.
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JULY 22, 1915 pl
OUR DOLLAR DAY SALE fl
i Will be on in the morning bright
$$j and early. Many bargains here in 'Raj
footwear for eager shoe shoppers. Re?
BE ON HAND. v .pl
J Geisberg Bros. Shoe Company fij
UNDER MASONIC TEMPLE
SHOES THAT SATISFY.
HOME OF YOUR_23
?WN 'S /\ HOME IN OE CD
This July has broken all rec JS^^
ords for lot selling In North j Tl
More lots have been sold than ever were sold before
in a whole month.
Mr. C. R. Johnson has bought two lots on Holly St.
Watch for other announcements.
P I LS , A Ni V T H I ts! C3
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