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OPEN HEBE SATU?OAY
WITH A STRONGER AND
MORE VARIED PROGRAM
BETTER THAN LAST
Representative Says That It Has
Moved Up a Notch From
High Mark of Last
Wm, H. Wrght. I'lMipaths repre
sen tut Ivo in charge of tho advertising
ft ?: Anderson's Redpath chautauqua,
willoh opens here Saturday, arrived
in the city hint Saturday noon f:*om
Jacksonville, Fla., -whore he had
chui ge o? arrangements for thu Red
path sp?cial train which arrived
lhere inst Thursday the opening duy
Mr. Wright ls personally acquaint
ed with the tulent on this season's
program, having hooked them for th?
past flvo years, his territory hoing in
Michigan and nays there is not a
weak number on the entire program,
overy day a red letter day, not u day
you eau afford to miss. Andernon
citizens are to he congratulated on
securing for their superintendent.
Mr. O. E. llehymer, a graduate of
Harvard, receiving bb? A. M., degree,
after which he hold the chair or
KhgllSh al iowa Hnlvers'.'.y for 7
years, leaving this work to enter the
broad field offored by the growing
chautauqua movement. Mr. Ilehy
.mer has been connected with the
Redpath for ten successive yenrs and
is now superintendent of tho entire
?rent Redpath c ircuit,. which open?
at Jacksonville, Pla., and closes In
Chicago, tho forepart of September,
120 eitle? being on this great cir
Those who have not secured their
tickets, do so at once at tho chamber
nf commerce, an thc reduce.1 rate
lime is drawing to a elote.
M A UK PtlRTHElt FVftCHASEfl
M INS OIK Moore lins dione to North*
Mina Ola Mooro of the Moore-Wilson
company has found lt necessnry to go
to tho northern markets in order to
make furthor purchases of some
summer specialties, sho will be
absent only a few days.
Owing to a rather unexpected de
mund for certain goods of popular
materials purchased hy the Moore
Wilson company this spring, thoTO
supply hnB run Short in certain *.lzos.
nnd it is to replenish these that MWi
Mooro goes north.
North Anderson Democratic Club.
President-W. W. Leathers.
Vice President-J. M. Knox.
Secrotary and Treasurer-J. H.
Tk^isuvatlon committee-B. J.
Smith, O. M. Smith, V. C. Simpson
Enrollment committee-J. U. C.
OriHln. W. ll. King, D. D. Martin.
Executive committee--J. H. Hut
chison, n. H. OpBBCtt. N. It. Oreen.
County, executive committeeman
W. A. Watson.
Delegates to county convention
.T. R. C. Qrlffin, J, H. Hutchinson
und W. B. King.
M a rr ?vd by Elder A. N. Durham nt
tho homo of tho brides fathor. Mr.
J. M. packs/ Mr. W. Harper Sto"6
of Piedmont and M'sa Emma Pack ot
tho While Plaina section.
"Brightest Spot Sn Tows"
BETTER KIND OF MOVIES
THE CATHI ?MUSICAL CO..
.The Musical Farce
"COHEN NIGHT OUT"
Picture For Today. .
; "NOBODY T HOMET
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CADEIS WILL PARADE
THIS AFTERNOON AT 5
WILL MARCH DOWN NORTH
MAIN AND AROUND THE
AH Members of the Corps Appear
to be Having a Good Time
in the Electric City
Tho baseball gamo between Clem
son und Purinen wu? tho biggest >a- '
lure of th? encampment yesterday, j
practically all of the cadets being j
present. Tho open air entertainment
last night was also well attended
and much enjoyed. The cadets re-1
main in the city until Saturday and
thoro will be something or Interest
happening every day.
Commandant Jones announced last
night thal there would be a stree:
F< a rn. lc this afternoon at T> o'clock.
The cadets will march down North
Main street, around the Solare und
partly down South Main street.
Col. Jones has Invited Mayor God
frey to review the corps and the re
view stand will be located ngalnst the
court house opposite the Confederate
In order that the street parade rm
bo held successfully It will be necea*
sary to clear tho streetB of automo
biles and vehicles, and the people
will witness the parade from tho side
walks and buildings. The public ls
asked to co-operate with the police
in keeping tho streets clear of all
vehcles and people. Th's applies to
that part of North Main street in
front of Hotel Chlquola; that part or
West Whltner street facing the
square; Drlck rango or the s-treet ou
the west side of the square, and South
Main street, down aa far au ('burch
street. Main Bireet opposite thu
court house must be cleared, of
Death of Infant.
Ann?o Ruth, the 21-months-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Law
rence Caudle, died at their home at
10:45 o'clock last night following an
attack of pneumonia. Funeral ser
vices will be held this afternoon nt
5 o'clock and the interment will be
made in s?ver Brook cemetery.
FATAL FALL FBOM SCAFFOLD
J; lt. Jeton, an Anderson Mon, Kill
ed in Parolet.
Newe rocelyed in Anderson yester
day afternoon was to tho effect that
Mr. J. B. Jeton, a well known car
penter of this city, had met death In
Pacolet when he fell from a scaffold
on which he was working.
'Mr. Jeton came to Audenton about
12 years ago, and although he has
done work in neighboring towns, his
family has lived in this city nearly
all the time since then. Ile has done
much work in Anderson and 1B well
known here. He went to' Pacolet a
few days ego and began work there.
He is survived by his wife and two
children who live on Ellison street.
Mr. E. C. Lewie at the Orr Alli!
dnug store was notified of the fatal
accident yesterday, and he informed
the family of the deceased. Tito
body will be thought to Anderson
and interment will be made here.
Peking, . April -25.-The possible
recognition of tho belligerency- ot
Yunnan and Kwelchow provinces hy
European provinces by european
powers, and more-especially by Jap
an, ls giving Chinese central govern
ment offlq;*ij(ls milich concern. (Uy
Bending a consul to Yunnan fd. the
capitol of Yunnan province, where lt
has . not. maintained a consul before
the. revolution, Japan has given risc
to grave suspicions . among official
Chinese. Thav regard th!? action aa
in indirect re eognltton of l?*ll?geran
sy and the flrrt step toward direct,
lealtngs with the revolutionary lead
Cari of Thank.
Mr. Editor: Will you kindly allow
one a -little space in your paper . In
wbUm Uv express thanks, gratitude
md -gratefulness not only to .the
iel gb bore but friends and everybody
'or their loving kindness.' tc us dur
ing tho illness and death of our be
oved husband, father and son. We, a
aire, tho mother and little ones, can
?lover repay the:kindness that ba?
i>een shown us. ;
Mrs. J? <H. Hampton.
Iva, S. C., April 2, 191?.
The only chance you have en
rampsnent weak -- Nttanally'c.
3wl Drug Co.
COMPLETE GLOVER DAY
WILL BE HELD AT HODGES
AT 1? O'CLOCK
Are Expected to Attend in Great
Numbers-Affair is of Gen
All arrangements have been com
pleted for the Clover Hally day a:
Hodges, Thursday, Apurll 27. The
sneakers for the forenoon will be .Mr.
Vf. P. Stuart of SimpsonVille, dis
trict agent for United States depart
ment of agriculture. Dr. T. J. Kitt
ani on the subject of the Greenwood
fair for lftlti, and Mr. AV. W. Long
of Clemson college.
The speaking will begin at ll
o'clock, dinner will be at 1 o'clock
and tho trip over the fnmous clover
farm of Bob Hodges will be math? at
2 p. m. .
For tho benefit of those who do
not corry dinner a barbecue hash
dinner will he served by Mr. \V. M.
Dr. Cason has liberally granted HIP
nee ot his lawn for the day, and Uir
people of Hodges are co-opera'lng to
make tho event successful.
.In speaking of the event Decnon
<??.iatlon Agent Faris said: "I bespeak
for those who attend Clover Pally
uuy at Hodges Thursday, a pleasant
au well as u most profitable day. It
la well worth tho time and conven
loree it may cost any farmer to sec
thc wonderful achievements of the
farms of tho HolgeB section. Every
farmer of tho county Is cordially in
vited to attend."
(.'as Traction llemoiistrnthiii.
Another feature of the day that
will be especially interesting will
tip a gas traction demonstration by
Mr. T. S. Chlpley, both in the morn
ing and afternoon. Mr. Chlpley re
cently received two gas tractors, now
farming machinery for this section
of the country, and ho will shew the
visitors nt Hodges how they can be
iifcd io nn ndvantago In the state.
To Hean Off Graveyard.
All persons Interested In the grave
yard at Mt. PiBgah church are re
quested to meet at the church Fri
day. April 2Cth. for the purpose of
giving the premises the annual clean
ing up. '
We want to
HERE ARE TH
You simpy go to tee the pro]
contamination of impure atrao
the lovely, entrancing landscape
pans? ol country as it recedes f
bering that nature and a good <
er properties Woud gladly spend
Then fill out the Coupon nn?
rniy who will turn it over t' th?
the decisions are made.)
Uk Prise $10.00.
2t? Prize $5.00.
Next 5 $1.(X
The contest Will close Thurs
the pri?es awarded during the ?
raday ol the encampment v/c-ei
? y If you have no way to get |o
pleasure in motoring you there
purchased to give away absolute
ALDERMAN WARD FOUR
Kecie Gilmer Decides Not to Run
Because of Business Matter*
Which are Corrang Up.
Mr. Keese Qilmer, candidate for
alderman from Ward 4, hus decided
to withdraw from the race, this action
being taken because of pressing bm- j
IneSH matters which aro coming be- !
fore him within the next two week?. [
in conversation with a newspaper
man yesterday afternoon Mr. Gi liner
stated that he wtahed to thank his
many friends for their promises of
skipport und' the Interest that had
been shown in I1/3 candidacy. lie
stated that ic was with regret that
he withdrew from lh<i race and it
was only dono after serious consid
eration. Ho has several business
propositions coming up within the
next few weeks and it ls impossible
for to him to remain in the race In
Justice to himself. V
Just an extra little block of
extra space right In this corner
to mention the beautiful new
range of patterns, snappy ef
fects of stripes and plaid negli
gee shirts, also splendid variety
of satin stripe, jaqunrd effects,
inndras, pongee and mercerized
poplins-full range ot sizes nnd
$1.00 to $2.00
of every good kind and u full
value nt every price.
> know what ^
zge Heights as
ition for a Hon
petty. Get up on top of the heigl
sphere, yon will drink in tho pure, !
s; study the topography of the beat
rom the heights iv!sere the residen
engineer have effected in this propel
I thousands of dollars to produce-1
t mail it to Mr. P E ; Clinkscales,
s committee judging the contest (w
3d Prize $3.00
4th Prize $2.00
day night, April 27th, and the wini
laetkm Sale which takes plac? Fridi
the property wHhoct walking 'phoi
in a brand NEW FORD TOUR!Ki
ly free to advertise Iba sale pf the !<
? " . ..'
& Bolt's Clothes
Are freing worn by hundreds of men
. We take considerable pride in the
fact that we have sold more clothes this
spring than we have before in all our
And then, again, we are proud be
cause w%i know these men are look
ing their best, and that they have the
consciousness of being well dressed
and a realization that not only do the
clothes look weil but that they will
wear well, and also that they nave not
paid an exhorbitant price for them.
$15, $20 and $25
Are Guaranteed Clothes
-have all the style, character and ex
pression of the higher priced tailor
made garments at a great saving to
Why don't you join the procession?
Let us prove to you the above state
ments, which are facts!
Over twenty years' experience in
buying and fitting clothes for Ander
All That's New
Straws $1.50 to $5.00
Panamas $4.00 to $6.00
THE ONEPf?/CE CLOT/i/Ef?S
D, OR INDIFFERENT
If OU think
tits where, without fear of
life prolonging ozone; view
Jt if ul, wavy undulating er
ees will be built-renriem
rty what developers of ofh
cashier of Bank of Ander
ithholding your name until
MAIL THIS COUPON;
tera wfll.be announced and
iv, April 28th, (this being
ie. us and we will take
I CAR vfhch wc haye just
MR. P. E. CLINKSCALES, Cashier,
Andci c^n, S. C..
My 10 reasons why College Heights is Ideal
for Residences is as follows:
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