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Your Coat Suit
Bought herc wiii
give you entire sat
isfaction, not for a
week or month but
just as long as you
The style, the qual
ity, the f?t is al
ways right, no
guess work about
Your Suit is in
stock now at a
price you want to
That's always different, not "just like"
you see every where. You Und it rather
provoking to meet your hat on some one
else of course. So make your bill with us
and get' millinery satisfaction too.
The Best Dressed
UlSfien m Town
often pay less for the:?* clothes than the inex
perienced buyer imagines.
."You Men and Young.Men who need new Fall
and Winter Suits, can save money and dress
well by coming here.
come here with
the intention of
. paying $15 for
a suit, and find
just what they
want in our
special line of
suit? on s a l e
at . . . $10.00
Other men ex
o r $20, and
find just the
nacl in mind
in bur line
a t ; .' $15:00
And still other
men who ex
pected to pay
$28 or $30 for
a suit, are sur
prised at t ri e.
ues at. .$22.50
I THe Up 1> Pate Clothier
EXHIBITION STARTS PROMPT
Lil AI O U ^i<uw lino
IN NORTH ANDERSON
Cary Will Not Fly Over City
-To Drop Bombs On
Hy noon todny everything will bc
In perfect rondines? for tho great fly
ing exhibition in North Anderson.
Tho 'powerful ul-pJane; with it's ??un
ured horse-power motor, und winns,
otc, was hauled out thorn yesterday
morning early and tho greater part of
tho assembling of tho machine was
dono yesterday afternoon and will bo
completed this morning. The flying
will begin promptly on the stroke of
tho hour of tinco today. As Uud
Carey stated yesterday: '"I have never
yet disappointed tho spectators about
flying on tkno, I uiako it n point to
bo ready and fly on tho minuto ad
vertised, pleaso tell tho people that
Tho flight will take place from thc
road and grounds between ex-Sheriff
Nols Greens residence and the
lirown purk at tho end of tho North
Anderson street car lino. This road
and adjacent ground was leased yes
teday, lt is stated from tho owners,
und ticket sellers and ticket takors
will bo poshed ut overy road leading
Into it, and tho peoplo will bo expect
ed to buy their tickets. These tick
ets will bo taken up, and tags of a
certain color, will bo exchanged for
these tickets, und these tags will bo
worn In a conspicuous manner so
that tlioy may be easily seen; In this
way the management will bo in a pos
ition to detect any that try to slip in
without paying. Thoro will bo sov
orar officers of thc law on hand to
toko caro of any trespassers-those
who try to "get by" without paying.
Phoro' will bo no fence or other en
closure to keep these out who don't
care to pay, but there will be other
means provided to care for this class
In yesterday's Intelligencer, lt' was
erroneously stated that thesu imnil
tation bombs would bo dropped over
town. These bombs, containing tho
intutible premiums contributed <uy.
Certain Anderson merchants will be
dropped Into or near the crowds out
on the grounds. The grounds se
lected ore so situated that a person
will be compolled to go out there to
830 any of the flights. Ho can't see
any of lt from town. A maa flying
up high and that far off will look
like a very small bird; in fact he
would hardly bo visible to the naked
eye, and under no circumstances will
Aviator Carey fly over tho city of
Anderson, stated Mr. Guilmotte, the
manager of tho exhibition. This ex
hibition ls for tho purpose of making
money to enablo these young man,
who came all the way from Lewiston;
Malno, to Amie: -jon wier a misappre
hension, or misrepresentation,* to get
.on -their feet, so to speak.' Tboy
oro now In correspondence ?!?with'
.managers of falra and other jp'?o^?
G* ?uVUs?ni?U*. near here-Sparianuurg
and Augusta and ono or two oln-sr*.
from which they hopo to make a sat
isfactory deal; in which ovont, they
will go thoro from hero."
i Tito last thing that Mr. Gullmotto
said last night wa this: "Pleaso Uil
tho peoplo of Audorson that wo oro
going to glvo them tho vory best-ex
hibition of flying and "eiuat" flying
over seen hr or near Anderson for: tho
.-miall sum' of tw'Onty-ftvo cents, and
'if there Ia ono dissatisfied person, hi
-the ,crowd, wo will chcerlully glvo'
him! his money back. Wo hopo , thc
peoplo will1 patronise thia exhibition,
fdr theso j two young mon are down
boro at . a big oxponso-and at a big
loss, and they certainly need the mon
ey. . This is their only way of earn
ing it, nnd they wilt' certainly glyo
good value, In. tho form bf a thrilling
exhibition, in return. . .. And just ono
moro 'tiling, please toll them that Caroy
will not fly over Anderson nor toward
Anderson ? Any one -wanting to seo
him fly wilt bo compelled to come
cat:hore to. f.?e him."
It devblopeji yesterday that Caroy
ls not ouly. an export flyor, but that,
be holds tho-world's record for i!ve
miles, riding a rnoiorcyt?o on a hair
mlle track. Tho modal awarded him
at S ian nt on. Va., rondo ?. "Dud Carey
fatfte^t five iniloa. Oh a halt mil?
trncki 'i? minutes 8 3-10 sec?nds,
30-50 clans; Staunton Fair 1?1.V :
? Ho has- hts motorcycle with hin?,
and being asked 'about it yesterday.
Carey said-: *'WoH. I'm" hot down h6ro
to ride. a motorcycle,. but fm bpdn
to r?oo anything pr anybody ba ' a
motorcycle of the samo 'class ad this
machino hore." ' "\ , . ; V
,,/. ' " ?it. DATSON LEAVES
f?eos to Harvard For Two Months
"' , Course;
! ?Pr. J. Ri Watson left yesterday tor
Harvard University to take ,?- twb
months ?Ours? in diseases of children
u n dei* Dr, J. Lo ve 11 . Morse and his
corps of assistants. Or. Moree 1*
considered the beat authority on th!?
subject In America, and Dr. Watson
Will gain emne, valuable experience
under hts training; Dr, Watson came
td Anderson from Iva ohbnt tho first
bf ;l(^rtt?ry, and for years has given
WIBMWm&b spec I al attentloa, a anh
ielt whtch ls especially dear tb til?
heart. Iib is a young physician of
unusual ability sud experience; .and
'-*-l~**?L'-jp??a.-?i .warm plac?_ for
himself in the JicaHS of "tbVpbp??
WILL OCCUPY SECOND,
FLOOR OF NEW ANDER
MAULDIN ELEC. CO.
To Occupy Ground Floor and
Will Run Gasoline Filling
for Petroleum Co.
Work was started moving tho of
fices of tho Petroleum Oil company
to their now building across Main
street from tho prese.it silo. Tho
olllees will bo in the second ?tory of
the building, tho second story being
now complete. Tho ground floor is to
be occupied by tho Mnuhlln Electrical
company, but this part of thc building
will not be complete for some few
Mr. Frank Mauldln of thc electrical
company has announced that he will
run tho gasoline sales department for
Mr. timbrell in the up town station.
A largo tank has been placed under
tho sidewalk and a neat and attractive
filling station has been placed on. tho
curb. Mr. Mauldin will have lila
electrical works on the ground floor.
Herc ho will keop a complete linc ot
celctrical accessories for autos.
Agencies for tho Willhird Kxidom
IJ. S. IJ., aad other storage batteries
haw been given Mr. Mauldin, and he
will install apparatus for reeha.tr
ing these batteries. - Thc business of
^"barging these batteries promises to
be a big ono as there aro more and
moro storago batteries being used on
autos each year. . Mr. Mauldin, an
expert electrician Ia securing ma
terial with which,. Ap can repair, or
work over any old battery and make
la new one from, lt.'* . '
Misses Ramsey to Entertain.
Misses Earline and Elizabeth Ram
?soy of ' Grbonvtllo aro the week-end
: guests of Misses Mary and Elizabeth
T.amsoy of this city. They will en
tertain at a Hallow'egn party in their
honor on Saturday evening at their
homo o? Calhoun street.
' I 3 . >;i. . [fl
Mrs. L. R. Watson of Donalds has
been spending the past tow days
j hcre tho gucfit:of Mrs. D. S. Watson
and Mi::s Etoile Watson. .
Mrs. Horaco McGeo has. returned
from a visit to Control.
RUPTURE TORT HERE
l Keeley, Patronised by IT. S. Army end
?'avy, Called to Anderson.
F. H. Seeley of Chicago and Phil
adelphia, the nu ici truss expert, will
bc Et the ChlQUula Hu lei and wilt ro
main m -Anderson this cont in g Wed
nesday only, Nov 3rd.: Mr. Seeley
s?ys? ' "Tho Spormatic Shield aa now
juged ead approved by the United
.States Government, will pot"only re
tain" any catt? of rupture perfectly,
'r*TordIng Inimcdlato and'complete ro
I lief, hut clones the opening In 10
days on the average. case. This In
strument received tho only, award In
England and In Spain, producing. Te
.suit without surgery1,injections, med
ic al treatments or prescriptions. ..Mr;
f Seeley lms^documents fr?m tho United
States yovernme nt, Washington j D. C.
for inspection.'All charity/:cases with
out charge, br If any '.-Interested :call
he will be glad to show same without
charge or fit them if. desired. Busi
ness demands prev?ht stopping at any
Other; placo In this sbcUon.',
t.'iM1."' ! u. .yr,-i .,v
Genuine Swiss Cheese.. Ye
ti, too I Pmeapi^ C'aeese.
I Fresh Golden Dotes, just tn
and cans. We have ?he Sam
Newtonia Marshmallow Cr<
B?tmore WheaS Hsarts. 1
ed and ready to *erve. - CraJb
Lobster, Boned Chicken in cai
Country pecan?, C?ry?taH??d C
cartons., Burrisa* Graham F?t
prunes and new apricots.
. - .
Of course vee have; many,
thmrje to eat. Call us isp and
West* ?o?r to Peoples
WILLIAM J. BRYAH AT
FORMER SECRETARY STATE
ACCEPTS INVITATION EX
TENDED BY COLLEGE
A SPECIAL NUMBER
And Not Part of Regular Lyceum j
Course-To Be Here No
Mr. William Jenninga Bryan will
dolivcr un address at tho auditorium
of tho Anderson College, i\OYember
10. Thia is brought about by an in- J
vitntluii io mr. Bry?u from repre
sentativos of tho college when he was
at Columbia, S. ?., recently.
air. P. M. Burnett went to Colum
bia on tho suggestion ot the Into Mr.
Charles S. Sullivan and personal ly
invited Mr.'Bryan to come to tho col
lego and to make tho address.
Mr. Burnett received a letter yes
terday morning from Mr. Bryan stat
ing, that he has accepted tho invita
tio'. -~d will come to Anderson eith
er UTI r'*h or tho 19th of next month.
Tho ?J. r. of inviting Mir. Bryan to
como to Anderson and make this ad
ditesa originated with Mr. Burnett
and Mr. Sullivan. Mr. Burnett in
vited Mr. Bryan -to come lo Anderson
from Columbia, but Mr. Bryan stated
that a previous engagement provent
od this. Tho trip to Anderson ia
made in conjunction with ono to
Greenville when Mr. Bryah will ar
dross a inasB meeting of the Green
ville Y. M. C. A.
The lottor.from Mr. 3ryau reads a9
"I think I can lecture at Ander
son, Friday night, November 19. My
plan ls to lecturo at Greenville on
tho evening of the 18th that tho
Greenville Y. M. C. A. Suppose you
toicphone Mr. D. E. McCuenr presi
dent of tho Greenville Y.. ., M* .C.
A. ri ir the 18th suits Greenville and
tho 19th suits you, you may call it
settled, or you and Greenville caa ex
change nights if you prefer. . After
conferring with Greenville please wire
me at Columbus, Ohio, In cara of thc
Anti-Saloon league". . I . think \ you
know my terms.
"Exp?rience has taught mo. that
seats should bo reserved. With .kind
est personal regards, I am,
''William J. Bryan."
This letter arrived yesterday, morn
ing and Mr. Burnett began at once
to advertise the address-aud moke
j preparations for a record.; breaking
I crowd at Anderson college. ?'. ??*>
! , ThlB is not a part of the regujar
lyceum course of tlio college 'Mr. Bur
nett emphasized this very plainly and
asked that lt be announced that this
is In addition to the- regular course.
Mr. Bryan's subject has been chos
en as "Th? European War and tho
Lesson In It For Us." Thia ls de
cidedly tho best of Mir. Bryan's many
-1yeture3 according to a. number of
persons who have heard, him speak
many timea.' It ls the question which
caused him to roslyn from hlB posi
tion as secretary of state of tho Unit
ed States. i v
When In Columbia, Mr ." Burnett was
informed by ni. Bryan that tho price
of admission would bavx>'to be not
moro than 50 cents. This la the maxi
mum price tor any of Mr. Cr yarns
lectures, keserv&d seats WUl cost E0
cents more. - ?>?..-?
Owing to the nation wide reputa
tion of Mr. Bryan,'a great crowd ls
expected to be in Anderson .tho day
of his lecturo. ' Pr?parations aro be
ing roado to have seats for over 1,
000 in the coll?ge auditorium. Inhere
will be something ilko ' 506 o? those
Dinner for Veterans.
The DIxieC haptpr, U. 3D, C., in}
.vi tes tho Confederate. Veterans of An
derson county tp dinner *? V Saturday;
October 30. at 12: HO" p. 4*. in'sto'rai
t?ora cE' East Whither street, two
doors above Tollys Furniture atora.
Mrs. Jamas il. Anderdon,
Rira. .Phelps' Sasaeeni*.' Pr^idont. .<
v, we said GENUINE, asvd meant
New Y?-^ Full Crecm Cheese, j
^ . ?-'?:''"' .
. . .
i. Mince meat m packages, Jars
ou? "Royal Scarlett l^ra?d. -jV;
sam in two afc?, j
rite Ideal food, hor?ucMy .cook? |
? Meat j Mitthrooms, Shrimp nsi3 '
i*. : 22 o?, jar? of peanut butter,
'herries, pineapple and ginge? bit '
>ur and Wheat Meal. Also nw
Many other seasonable good
let ua auggcat them.
for young men
young Jn years of
young in heart.
FOR MEN of all
ages vt h o play
young men^ active
These are the days
^Hen mein and wo
men try to keep
Moth?rs and daughters, fath?rs
and sons, dress very much alike
chimney corners are | deserted
parents and children are pals.
We cater to thosg sons and fathers
wh? work and play together.
We are n?t going ta try to con*
vince you with ^v sort of claim
or talk, but ^iih the goods. Don?-t
make the mistake of thinking you
can do as well
only depeke yourseifc
X fear? far??*;-lRv^
Own?b ecaetys ^ p^ceKfi?to il?.?? por ae?e" to ' $ii&80r'poi '
?c^j':v??Ayi8'iu?y_ ^t?fy?e^^ ;,ac?e
:tew&': ..Thw* ore ^eUijjoiprotB^.'
' Coate Aa?a* talk thia orirafcoar Ibat fern* JOH o&te tero
'. tryfoR^fesy^-I/cas. ss? yott im*hat you wast.- ' I also h??Q nur thia*
y*w *aat Ia city pro|???r. ;':,T