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Choo Choo Girls Present
MOVIES FOR TODAY
'THE FLOATING DEATH"
Two Reel Drama
"THE STATEN ANTHURIUM"
"The Man On The Case"
A Double Feature in Six Reels. .
Yon Had Better Have These
Shoes Than Your Money !
AU $5.00 Pumps now
$2.50 and $100 Pump* now
'One lot $4.00 Colonial Pumps at
We've hundreds of. other styles that
are Juat as big valueu ss the above
but we have no room ti mention
The One Price Shoe Store
: We Sell For Cash Only.
Greenville Womans College
Greenville, South Carolina
imparting the Kncededtte, Ideal* and Accomplish* tent*
of Perfect Womanhood
No Southern Institution aftords young women mere complete advantages for a
broad, liberal education than docs tim tireonvllln Woman's Colleen. It ta prepared in
every war to train tu .indent* lor liven of inn falln.it entcloucy and responsibility. Ita
equipment, faculty, courses ol' study, and cultural influences aro entirely In harmony
wita present-day requirements.
Administration. Instruction and dormitory building? equipped atong art* moat
modern linet, for convenient, comfortable lire and ofilclont work. Seventeen class
roomc twenty-Ovo plano practice rooms, largo library, r.ig parlors, science department
willi well ?quipped laboratories, dining mora r.eatlngBOO. kitchen furnisher'' at oust of
atMOt Improved heating nla^t, dalry furnishing an abundaoco or pure, rich milk:
ntudcn'a' rooms furnished with the taste and completeness of a goodboteL Athletic
kToubds affbrdinu full opportunities ror out-door aporta and exercises.
Entrene* T+evir*m?ntB upon ?4-anit Beti*. High standard courses leading to
B. A.. lt. I., and M. A. decrees. Literature. Languages, Scloucet. Valuadla practical
training tts IKimestlo Helenen, flunm Court*, leading to diploma.
located la ona of tho moat healthy cities lo America. Kenned associate?.
Christian teachings aud tnaueuces. Kindly, consUncUva discipline.
The Institution alms to afford the bast educational advantages obtainable st a
minimum cost. Fer Crtslnw aswriea
E5AVIO M. RAMSAY, D. D., Pres., . GKEENiULLE, S. C.
Anderson and Spar tanbury.
-ping, Penmanship, Shorthand, and Typewriting. A knowl
edge of these subjects means SUCCESS. Come, and let us* prepare I
yoi* for an independent career. A good position awaits you. Day]
imo" night sessions. Enter any time. Write for catalogue,
HANDS FOR $22,500
ELEGANT STORE ROOM HAS
BEEN SOLD TO DR. J. E.
32 1-2 x 106 FEET
Extensive Improvements Were
Recently Made on the Building
-Others to be Carried Out.
For u consideration of $22,500,
Messrs. Louis Horton and Willie Mar
shall have sold to Dr. J. E. Watson
their handsome store room on the
west side of North Main street, next
to tho niue Ridge Hallway eut, and
formerly a part of the Reed property.
The store room measures 231-2
feet wide and 100 feet long, th3 lot
having a total depth of 10G feet. The
six feet of open space In the rear of
tho store is taken up by an alley.
Recently the former owners, that is,
Messrs. Horton and Marshall, had the
front of the itore room remodelled
and extensive improvements made on
the interior. Further improvements
are to be made in the store room,
such ns the putting in of steel ceil
ing, etc. The building is one of the
handsomest in thc city.
Messrs. Horton and Marshall pur
chased this property about a year ago.
Formerly this store room and the
building occupied by the Acme Cafe
constituted the quarters of the C. A.
Reed Plano & Organ company, an
old-established and weel known con
cern which now haj quarters on
South Main street. The building oc
cupied by the cafe is the property of
Mr. O. H. Dalles, as is the building
Just south of that, used as ticket of
fices and walting rooms for tho Pied
mont & Northern Raliway.
The transfer of Ute Horton-Mar
' shall property is ono ot tho largr.it
deals ot the kind that has taken
'place In Anderson in some time.
FANT S BOOK STORE
WON INJi CONTEST
AWARDED FOUR PRIZES BY
And Won Prizes in Every Chance
Offered-Contest Open to Ap
proximately 50,00 Dealers.
In the contest for prizes offered by
the Curtis Publishing company of
Philadelphia for the best window dis
plays of the Saturday Evening Post,
Font's Book Storo of this city, batted
100, .".laving won four prizes out of
the four chances. They received a
letter yesterday telling them of thc
This contest extended all over the
United States, Canada and Mexico and
waa open to every dealer of the Sat
urday Evening Post, of which there
are about 50,0000 and in which prises
were offered. Each dealer had four
chances.. Pictures had to be taken of
the window displays and sent to the
Judges who made the decision.
Mr. George Fant dressed tho win
dows at Font's Book store and at
the time Ms displays were favorably
commented on bv the people ot the
city. In arr tnging the displays the
main feature was In having them fia?,
ed so that s good picture could be
taken and th ty were not dresse! for
general dlsp.ay effects. Mr. Wal
lace. \ 1'iotographer of this city, took ;
the pictures and used grest pains tn i
getting the best possible results. He
has ordered a special color lens to
take a picture, of the display ot the
Ladles Home Journal which will
bring-out tho best passible effects.
A letter received by Fan t'a Book
store yesterday from the Curtis Pub
lishing company was in part as fol
"Congratulations! You have been
awarded the seventh prize for one of
your window displays of the Satur* j?
day Evening Post, and three $5 prizes
for your other thre0 displays. Check
for $35 is enclosed.
Bake wood Released.
('harlie Bakewood, tho white man
who was arrested on suspicion of
highway robberies in Atlanta baa been
released.. Chief Beavers of Atlanta,
wired here that if Bakewood was un
der six feet he was not the u.*n want
ed. Bakewood tallied with tte ?de
scription in every respect except, as
to heigh tb.
P M Burnett te Sneak.
Mr. Fred M. Barnett, treasurer of
Anderson college will dellas? aa ad
dress before the fennaay school at
i Prospect * church next Sunday after
I nota at l o'clock.
You will soon be away
by train or auto for your
Your complete enjoyment depends a great deal on the way you are prepared
-whether you have the wearing apparel you need and the proper baggage
which you will require.
At this store you will find a splendid collection of the cor
rect wearables for all your vacation requirements-here
you will find the right kind of travelling necessities.
LIGHT COOL SUITS HOSIERY LOW CUT SHOES
STRAW HATS SILK CAPS WASH TIES
SOFT NEGLIGEE SHIRTS UNION SUITS
SUIT CASES THAT STAND THE HARD KNOCKS
Wherever you go-among friends or strangers if you are
wearing clothes selected from our splendid assortment
you will feel satisfied as to your appearance.
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THE ONE PRICE CLOTHIERS
MOONSHINERS HELD ;
UNDER $600 BONDS i
PRELIMINARY WAS HELD
-IAD TWO CHARGES
Vgainst Therr^'iutid I Bond Named
at $300 m Ea^ Case-~WtU
be Tried in Gra^rrit^ Later.
. the preliminary*1 in co??V ' of
Iud Evana and Hill Gunter, two .white
nen who were arrestees last' Sunday
iigf.it near Iva charged with ?perat
ug an ItlicU distillery, was heard
yesterday morning before COnajj'in
toner Earle. Bom* was placed ot
GOO and yesterday afternoon they
ad been unable to. arrange the bond.
They r-.re being held .m two counts,
ne on June 25, 1914 and the other
ulv 19, laat. Bond dn each case was
?med at $300 which makes a total
' These cases will probably be tried
ir federal court which convenes in
retobe:- at Greenville. Deputy Ira
Wies and Policeman Gus McGill, who
lode tthe arrests, and Mr, McCarley
t Iva were In the ?tty yesterday for
?V. J. Vf. SPEAKS TO PRK ACH
irill Assist la greeting ai MoCoraks
The r<3v. j. W. Speaks will assist
a a revival meeting at the Methodist
hurch at McCormick next. week. He
rill either go there Sunday afternoon
r Monday morning.
PORECLOSlfaK PR?M KEDINGS
[ava Bees Started Aga > it Anderses
. Action for the foreclosure of Mech
ale's Hens on the Anderson theatre
ulldlng was begun yesterday. The
bncerns nailed Iq the foreclosure
rdceecTngs ar?; Sullivan Hardware
Ompany. Townsend dumber company.
V!. h. Br laser Lamber company. J.
ST. Atkinson A Co., X?aoldtn Electric
ornpany, C. M. Guest Paint company,
vhderton Plumbing and Heating coru
any against the Anderson Devi>:op*
aent company. Old Dominion Trust
ompany and tba Maryland Casualty
Ompaoy. . jgaBmfc
The ivctlon is for the foreclosure of
ice mechanics' naas for tbs labor ano
land Casualty company made a par- debtedneia contracted In furnishing
ty because lt gave a bond for $15,- labor on-supplies for tho construction
OOO to Insure the Old Dominion Trust thereof. . . \
compny by reasons of mechanics The total amount of meehan len
liens and to insure the completion ot liens on the theatre building amounts
the building an'i the payment o', lu- to $8.823.
nat?rlal furnished In the construction
>f the building and the Old Dominion
rrust company is made a party be
cause it claimed to have a first mort
gage to tile property which ls, named
>y the mechanics liens aud the Mary
This is the Place to
Get GOOD SHOES
At a LOW PP IGE
Don't wait-don't hesitate. Come to this
remarkable whirlwind,shoe s?le which is
holding sway. It is like a gift to the poor
and a chance for everybody.
Five new numbers in shoes and oxfords
just received that will go on sale SATUR
One lot Womens mat Oxford ties, all sizes,
worth $2.So, on sale here ?1
Saturday for ..... .. ?** *
i Oni*lot -Womens Patent Oxford ties, all
sizes, worth $3.00 on sale ?kt%
h?rf Saturday for ; .. .. .. ^ * ?ivtj
One lot Womens Vlei Blucher SHOES,
soft and comfortable, low heel, go<?d
to wear around yard, worth $2.5o
on sale Saturday. djT ?_|V
for .. ?. ? ? .? . V
One lot Womens Patent Blucher Shoes,
medium heel and round'toe, worth $3.oo,
on sale Saturday 95
One lot Womens Cloth top mat button
' shoes with medium .heel, worth 4 $3.00
on sale Saturday
for ............ .
One Jot Ladies Oxfords and Straps in Tan
Suede, worth $2.5o. and ??^ OC^
on sale for .... . *> .... Owv
Choice $6.50 and $0 Nettletons. .$4.98
Choice $5.00 Florsheims .... . .$4.00
Choice $4.00 Gelsberg Special ,. .$2.95
Choice $3.50 Gelsberg Special . ..$2.75
Choice $3.00 Geisberg Special .. .$2.05
Choice $5.00 Pumps.$3.05
Choice $4.00 Pumps ...... . .$2.95
Choice $3.50 Pumps.$2.75
Choice $3.00 Pumps ..$2.65
Choice $2.50 Pumps.. .$1.95
Geisberg Bros. Shoe Co
Under Masonic Temple Shoes That Satisfy.