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Opening Episode of the Great Serial Picture: "Broken
Coin" Which Starts at the Bijou Next Tuesday, and
Every Thursday Thereafter.
Three BIG Reels of Comedy
See the Opening Episode of the Great Serial Picture : "Broken
Coin" Which Starts at the Bijou Next Tuesday, and
Every Thursday Thereafter.
T O DA Y
"SHORTY INHERITS A HAREM"
Tv .?el Broncho.
THE NOON HOUR "
ONE OTHER SELECTED REEL.
See the Opening Episode of the Great Serial Picture: "Broken
Com" Which Starts at the Bijou Next Tuesday, and
Every Thursday Thereafter.
GREAT MAJESTIC RANGE
The Range With a Reputation
The Highest Award at the Panama-Pacific
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF.
The Majestic has won the highest award at
?very Exposition since Majesties were first made
nearly a quat ter of a century ago! What greater
testimony could be given to Majestic quality and
Majestic efficiency than the unanimous verdict of
so many juries of experts?
MAJESTIC QUALITY BREEDS GOOD WILL
SULLIVAN HARDWARE CO.
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CHIC0R? RANK foliations Glrea Careful Attention
V1UWIU1 Vi Silla Ellissa A* SM]t*% Jno. A. tlndgeas,
Pafonr * f President. Cashier.
avUviy !>. V. H. K. Tolllson, Asst. Cashier.
HU? il!-1 J..' '-'! ". L. . .'-I. ...-..-I.1
BANK OF BELTON^Sr-S
Rali nh 0 T President. Y. P. and Cashier.
DmUII, ii. U. H. K. Campbell, Asst. Cannier.
'S Ai GOING
? TO BUY CATTLE
IDERS FOR SOME
LIKE 100 OR 150
Kcynotv of Cattle Industry
luth Carolina Stated Mir.
/. W. Long Yesterday.
r. W. W. Long, state agent farm
momtratlon work, wa? in tho rlty
;. rsterday conferring with Mr. S. M.
Byar?, farm demonstration agent An
derson comity, ami was asked about
the livestock conditions In South Car
"The livestock Interest in thc state
ls now claiming the attention of the
farmers." slated Mr. Ixin?." and our
experts are going to leave for th?
weet in the next two weeks. We
now have orders for between 100 and
160 bullH, if all parties purchase who
have written us about Ute matter. We
have received a great many orders
from bankers and cotton seed dealers.
"There is also a great deal of Inter
est being shown In breeding cattle for
the market, which have boen estab
lished at Greenwood. Columbia, Pock
Hill, Florence and Charleston, these
points having been chosen because of
the railroad facilities.
"We are prepared to assist any
number of farmers who want to feed
from ono up to cnrload of cattle for
the market. The great advantage or
these markets that have been estab
lished at the above mentioned points
in South Carolina is that it will afford
the small farmer to feed and sell on
an equal baals lo the northern mar
kets. This is true from the fact that
buyers from the north are going to
attend these markets ass they did at
the sales we held at Kock Hill and
Greenwood last fall. We are anxious
to see a number of cattle fed in An
"I do not want any man to under
stand that I am advocating I ?at there
is a fortune to be made in livestock
but there is a place tn our agriculture
for this and our people will grow
rather than go in to this business. 1
believe that considerable profit can
bo made when you take into consid
eration the value of th? animal ma- !
nure as fertilizer which will bo ob
tained. I would be glad to Bee the
farmers in Anderson county purchase
a few purebred bulls both for beet
and dalry purposes. Anderson coun
ty ls sadly lacking in livestock, es
pecially that of tho ?igh class order.
Wo would like to seo some orders for
pure bred bulls coming from the far
mors In this county.
"In tills connection you might state
that wo do not allow our people to
handle one dollar of the money. Those
Tor whom we buy cattle have to se
lect a man and send him along who
handlea all of the money. Our mon
have to pass on tie value and the
quality of the cat Hu and thal is all.
?AL PICNIC HELD
MEMBERS OF FIRST BAPTIST
CHURCH SUNDAY SCHOOL
DR, AND MRS. WHITE
VYOl Be Thara and Affair Will Bo
Kind of Reception for Them
and Their Family.
The annual picnic ot the Sunday
school of the First Baptist church
will be held In the park at William
ston today. This picnic has been
postponed up until now rn order that
lt might be elven as a kind of recep
tion for Dr. and Mrs. J. H. White
and th*lr family by the members of
the Sunday school.
* Special cara will leave ovor the
Piedmont & Northern railway at 0:30.
Round trip tickets may be had for 25
cents and lt is expected that large
crowds will attend.
Dr. and Mi's. White and their
family will of course attend and the
picnic will be a "set acquainted"
gathering which wilt te greatly en
Joyed by all those attending.
The "R" Months are here
and so are
Served any Style by chefs
who know how they ought
to be prepared.
GUS ANTONAKAS, Prop.
W. H. KEESE OF THIS CIT!
AMONG THOSE AV
For Big Business This Fall Soj
Jewelers From all Sections
of United States
Mr. W. H. Heese haB returned t<
the city after a several day's stay ii
New York where ue attended the Na
tlonal Jewelers association and als?
bought a fall and winter n'.ock o
goods for the firm of W. H. Kec3i
& Co. 'Mr. Keeee ls rather optimistii
about the outlook for business In th?
Mr. Keese stated that 25,000 jewel
ors from all parts of the Unite?
States attended tfo<: Jewejjrs asso
elation which was held at the Grant
Palace. Tho jobbers and wholesali
men had booths Caere numbering be
tween six and seven hundred adver
Using the goods they had for sale am
Mr. Keese stated that thef.e aloni
were a great show. The gen (Ta
opinion of all the Jewelers from al
setions of thc country was that bus
iness is Improving and this fal
everything will be going fine.
Mr. Keese stated that one nolle
able thing was tant all of tho hoted
In New York were full and that then
seemed to toe more ?ueoplo buying
goods than ever before.
"You can tell the people." stator
Mr. Keese" "that cameos are golnj
to be more popular this year thar
ever before and that cameo ringi
have the day. The bracelet watch li
also the fad but ' up there in Nev
York all the girls are wearing then
on tiaeir ankles instead ot their wrists.
A new article, that made a great hi
was a now ad-a-link ring and thai
*re very pretty and will take well.'
Mr. Keese stated that he bought thc
largest stock of jewelry an I tiling
in other lines carried by levelers fha
was ever shipped into Soutn Caro
HAD NA KIMMY ESCAPE
Anderson Boys la Automobile AccI
dent Sunday Afternoon.
Sunday afternoon an automobil?
driven by Mr. William Trammel over
turned on a hill near Pelzer ant
rolled down steep embankment
Messrs. Sloan Stephens and italpl
Smith were In the car also. Non?
received serious injuries.
The automobile wai being drivel
tip a steep bill and when tho driv?i
tried to run around a mudhole th?
back wheels skiduVI and threw th?
car over. Messrs. Smit'i and Step
enB wcro thrown clear, of the car bu
.Mr. Trammel ,waB pinned beneatl
and was ratherly seriously bruised
Thc automobile* was . not injured be
youd the front axle being bent ant
the steering gear heine put out o
commission. 1 '?*
WENT TO (?REENVILLE
Delegation From Sterling Lodge I
O. O. F. ?ade Trip. ?
A delegation from Sterling Lodge
I. O. O. F. made a social call at th<
orphanage in Greenville Sunday ant
they report a good trip.
Among those making' the trip to tb?
orphan's home were: Mr. and Mrs
W. G. Williams. W. G.. Smlt.i. E. F
Lowering, H. G. Foster. W. L. Pel
"frey. W. W. Ly les. J. W. Cheek. J
F. Foster. W. G. Hopkins, W. A
Welborne, C. D. Hudson, F. G
Pelfrey and John T. Frasier.
Odd Popular Beliefs.
(From the Pathfinder.)
The inhabitants of Brittany art
very simple and credulous and thej
love to make out buildings, etc, tt
be much more ancient than the?
really are For example they at.'rib?
th? Morlaix viaduct to the Romans
whereas it ls a comparatively mjden
However, there ls some foundation
for the tradition that lt was built b]
the Homans, for those wonderfu
colonizers visited this place and letl
many evidences of their operations.
Their name for it waa Mons Relax us
and in tho course of time this nam?
?was altered Into tho mordern Morlaix.
The town was attacked al vaftou?
times by ?tho English, during the wari
they had with tto Fre??ch and then
is still a "fountain of the KngMsh'
thors, which is said to have beer
drenched, with British blood at thc
time ot a battle in 1622. ' It waa a?
Morlaix that Mary Queen of Scots
was married in 1558, to Francis II ol
Around Morlaix there are many pe
culiar superstitions thai are prevail
?nt among the commua people. Foi
example ampi? they think that is e
person meets with a Ttole'nt death
bis spirit will hover over the place
until such a time aa fte would have
died If he had lived to die a natural
v This la a typically Irish conceptiot
-and here again you can note tSte
close cousinshnp o fthe ?Cits of Brit
tany with those of Ireland. In earlier
times many Chritaian missionaries
aad colonicen cama ovar from Ire
land* to settle in Brittany. A peculiar
reek on the Breton coast Is still
known as "the Monk*? Leap." from
the tradition that St. Viand, coming
from Ireland centuries, ago, landed at
An office is a place wrara women
do what men want done. A home ls
a plac* where men ?fiUvwhat women
We have Just received a
shipment of odd trousers
ef medium weight-Jast
the proper thing to bridge
orer the tisse between
nov and the purchase'of
your Winter Snit,
$3.50, $4 and $5
These trouser? are very good values at the prices at which
we are selling them.
Drop in and look them over.
PARKER & BOLT
"Th? One Price Clothier."
1 I .. . .? ; 'lil
Anderson's Most Beautiful
Do You Ever Intend To Own.Your Own Home?
You Owe it to Yourself aiid;Your Family.
Look at Lots in North Anderson
Every Lot a Bargain.
Within one mile\of the business section of the city, less than twenty
minutes walk-. Every utility installed, the Jots are large and properly
graded. Every city advantage, without the city taxes. Out of th?
city rush, and not quite into the country hush.
By Far the Best Residential Section
In or Near Anderson.
There have already been enough residences built in North Ander
son to insure its success as a residential section; and with the ?'Profit
^haring" proposition this sub-division is simply hound to come to the
front. Just as soon as this War is over, th^e will be a Big Rush to
Ut lots in North Anderson. You know that you are going to buy out
there, so why not do it NOW. before the RUSH-and get the lot
Build Your Home Out of the Noise Zone
And in thc Pure Ozone.
See or Phone
John Linley or 'Gene Watson
Phones647, 930, 3lo.