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Our Want Ad? are always in fin?
puiilic oyo. They uro seou by th>
banker and tho day laborer, tin:
b?g salary man and the clerk, thc
CBBII girl and tho experienced Htcu
ograpjier. They reach thom ull
ARRIVED IN ANDERSON ON
. VISIT TO COUNTY SEATS
??^-ir ir rs o A a IVY
f JU<* a a ar rxsx. t iann
Anti Statement He Gave Out Un
worthy of Any Man Who
Pretends to be Honest
Race . '
Congrcr.Bman Wyatt Aiken arri veil
In tho city ycaterday afternoon und
will be here until about noon today.
Ho has just como down Crom Wash
ington and ia fipendlng a few day? in
tho district visiting the county Beats.
Ho expects to return to Washington
Mr. Aiken wos ficen by-a represen
tative Of Tho Intelligencer la?t night
and. talked very interestingly about
means nil lu tho comfort of your
; glasses. This lu why I so often hoar
rtho pleasing remark "Dr. Campboll
I am delighted with my glamic*." I
; laid the foundation for this rv.mark in
? tho examination rrpni, Ht being equip
ped with tho very-latest appliances
that science has Imparted- to niau tor
mnklhg a differential diagnosis of
your ?yo trouble, boneo, guess work le
eliminated. Tliqn being able to entur
into tho spirit of 'ono having eye
trouble same nature an yours, I design
and grind .'tho glasses to' please, and
ndJuBt thom to tho contour of tho
fuco. That*? just what you get
here dud you: couldn't get better Ih
New York or Taris and tho coat 1B
$3.00 .to*. $5.00. Repairs 10c up.
lt's to your Intorest nnd comfort
to road niy ada overy doy. I \guar
.imteo ovcry word truo.
112 m WHITNER ST.
Near rant's Book Store
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iNiiiMiiniiwii mt trna >jnww in ima m
We Hit tito Nail on tho head
cvcrytime when it caines to results.
In Want Ad? Ti y one yourt>olf
)N WILL WIN
Illing? In goneral mid especially tho
chances of President Wilson being
"Provident Wilson will win bo
cause Ma administration has cnuct
ed more remedial legislation for tho
manses of tho pcoplo than all thc
republican administrations since thc
Civil war," stated Mr. Aiken. "The
republicans regularly declared they
favored an Income tax law. but
tholr party being favored by Wall
(street, they never put auch u law on
tho statuts books.
"Tho present d?mocratie adminis
tration passed the law and the wauled
classes now pay moro' than $100,000,
000 Into the treasury every year.
"This country never had a real
currency law until the present nd
ininlKtrntion passed ono and now a
panic i? Impossible. Farm products
I are bringing good price? and will
i continue to do so. Beforu wo ad
journ this KcL'ijIon a splendid rural
credits law will bo upon tho statute
"Would a republican administra*
Hon have provided for a nitrato plant
*uch ns Senator Smith's* amendment
to tho army appropriation /bill for
and. which lu now law? Hardly, or
for an armor plato plant Installed in
tho naval, appropriation hill by Sen
ator' Tillman? Never. . The stool
trust ls part owner ot tho republican
party and ncvor would have given up
tho privilege so long enjoyed in mak
ing out ot .tho government . more
than 300 per cent. , ' ,
"There aro many othor splendid re
visions of the laws--tho rovision of
the tariff, oto., tho democrats havo
passed, and many moro to come. The
republicans cannot say what they
yvon ld havo dono or would yet do.'
They nro bankrupt and in their des
peration as *a forlorn hopo raped the
supreme court and nominated a vory
bitter partisan, bewhiskered sphinx
"Tho statement given out by 3ua
tice Hughes ls unworthy of any mah
who pretends to be fair and honest;
In many Tospects it Ja absolutely un
fair, unmanly, untrue and contempti
ble. Justico. Hughes' was a partisan
judge and the whole country should
give thanks next Thanksgiving 'day
for the permanent elimination of
.Hughes and, .Roosevelt.' Justice
Hughes scorns to have Just discover
ed that this country declared in favor
of/Americanism' when tho Declara
tion of Independence was adopted.
Ho ls a little late the republicans are
t>oiiowng for preparedness but tboy
did little along" that litio' the ; mauy
yearn they, went in power. Thia ad
?tjln i stratton ls'making ample pro
vision, for thorough preparedness and
tho country will bo1 satisfied ?
.. "I havo always .votod..for battle
ships except In tho last IIOUBO .bill
and then 1 thought lt boat to Soc
which tho European war ? would de-1
volop. The lato George 8. Legare
and I wore severely censured for vot
ing* at all tltnoa tor battleships. Many
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Ind ?ff?cfe Auditor. 'for Ander
copunae to; ^?oic^oitt^f-or ^bu^^
Always on top with results. Try
one of our Want Ads and watch thu
Results ?pin your way.
nf tho snnio ciaos who censured us
denounced Hobson but he waB very
iicurly all right.
"I believe thc majority of tho pro
gressives will support the democra
tic ticket In November. There aro
many good men in that party; and
thoro uro few better men in tho Unit
ed State? than Victor Murdock. Ho
generally voted with the democrats
all tho time ho was in congress.
"What do I think about my chaneca
for ro-nomlnatlon? I don't know, but
that ls for the pcoplp to say. 1
hnvo never nmdo a claim or boast
of what I might do in n. primary and
I am curtain I have never in my
life asked a man to vote for mo,
Tho people of this district have hon
ored me signally and I am exceed
ingly grateful to them. I never como
to Anderson but what I seo wonder
ful improvements which reflect great
credit upon tho enterprising, pro
gressive people of thlu magnificent
county and city.
"And, as I havo already said. Wil
ston will win;"
ie? WATER AND
WILL DE HELD ISLE OF PALMS
JUNE 21st, 22nd
Mr. Reuben T. Long cf This City
Will Attend-Merty Inter
The convention of the Tri State
Wlitcr and Light association of the
Carolinas and Georgia will be held at
tho Isle of Palms Juno 21, 22. 23,
headquarters will be at tho lalo of
. Copies of the program have been
received in Greenville. The officers
of the association are: President, J.
W. Neave, Salisbury; vice president,
A. A. Passolt, New v. o, Ga.; L. V.
Gaffney, Gaffney, W. Vest, Char
lotte; secretary and measurer, \v.
I\ Stieglitz, Columbia. Mr. Reuben
Long or tho Southern Public Utilities
company will attend the association
. The complete program will be tto
Wednesday, Juno 21-Opening Honr,
10 A. M.
Master of. ceremonies: Dr. F. L.
Parker, Charleston, S. C.
Address of wolcomo: Mayor T.? T.
Hyde, of Charleston.
Response: D. L. Gaston, superin
tendent watosworks, Commorco, Ga.
Address: Hon. P.' H. Gadsdon.
Business session: Regular order or
Address: "The Modorn Distribut
ing Transformers," W. M. Gallant,
Charlotte, N. C.
Twelve- o'clock noon' field secre
tary contest closes.
Recess at 2 p. m. .
Evening, 8x80 P.
Address: "Filtration,'1' Illustrated
with lantern slides, R. E. Milligan,
Now Yoi*. ",
Thorsday,-lo A., M.
Regular order of business. Report
Address: "Esthetics and *ho Wa
ter department," A. J. Sprolea,
Address: "Determining Purop*SHb
npd Rate of Flow Through fc*pi?a^b>
Usetbt Pilot qr??ices;' F. 'J. Wyee,
^idtnbht. .* :.;y.-; ,.. V:; ->V5:i^^?&:
Address: *!8tanddrdlzaUon." (olec
trhtf,) R. WV Shenton. Cleveland,
... DiseuBslon. -
Recess at e p. m.
Evening, 8i8? r. M.
/.Address: "Th? .. inventor and t tho
Louip-Edison and th? Development o?
Electric Lt Jiting by ; Incandescent
Lahips," , (illustrated with liQwrt)
slides) Van? Lavlngston, Atlanta
Ch. ? ii .
, rrtddj Komine U -VA';;;H,
R?gulai elder of buuiness. : : , .
sMiif??'?'fp? >. ;-CKsr Manager and
HHS Respdhklblllties:" Ii O. kara
won, Rook HUI. ^M??m-.
? Election ot officers and. selection ot
nost placo ?l' meeiing.
,f>'i4gd?nssion by super Intendenta.
; Recess: ?t'.-?- -rflvs m .
Address : illustrated mit motion
i)ictnr?s>. s. H.: Smithy Jr?, Atlanta, ?
Tho newstand In tho P. $t N. pas
rhteh has, been oper-i
?. Goldsmith has bean I
Tooth Etftt?hft*: ?? fo* 2S?
That Ring Truo with Results.
Everything for everybody. Posl
tionn, Homes, Tenants, Stores,
Bargains. Try ono tomorrow.
li j i Zgm . -?
Ice Cream Supper.
Thora will bo an icc cream supper
at Bethany schoolhouse Saturday
night. Jane 17th. The funds will go
for tho benefit of tho church. Tim
public is cordially invited to attend.
Vanilla, Tutti Frutti and Peach
Ice Cream. We have the best
Tooth Brashes in town for 2Sc
each. Owl Drug Co.
8 Reel furore
Ttie Strange Case of Mary Page
8 Reel Feature
IN THE LITTLE COTTAGE
1 Keel Comedy
THE FISHERMAN'S MISTAKE
PROF. Ci L. "SMITH
THE STA OE OF MYSTERY
or the Wonders of
"Brightest Op ct In Torrs"
WORLD FILM CORPORATION
Lewis J. Selznick, Vico-Pres. and:
The Idol of the Screen
"THE FLASH OF
A story of the modern' society
vulture that thrills and grips.
A Sbnbert Featti re
THE TEXAS QUARTETTE
All Thia >Veek
Price? Sc and 10c. >
BETTER KIND OP MOVIES
Thc Key to tSuccessful Classified
fied Advertising Columns. They'll
open the door to just what you
. A crowning success are our
Classified _4ds. Thoy bring the
rec^its-^et you anything you
Pointa the way to bette? posi
tions- to better workers.
. 2 li words; 35c.. v
Three insertions t>f the asm* nd;
on consecutive days fdr the price
of <two Issertions lt paid in ad
vance. _ _j_ ?
fm li ti m ni' iii iifi T i T' I tff?'?
to own a horn?1
There is no town where a man can buy a mor? desir
able home, or, buy it on more liberal terms, than he
can in Anderson-*
H?ve you noticed that beauti
ful knoll just beyond Mr,
Gus McCown's house (for
merly the Seybt house.)
10 or ,15 acres about this
knoll would make a splendid
\ home site-the view from
this point is particularly fine*
We ean hardly believe a man .would rent
? ? from choice, if he really realized hov? easily he
v might have his own home in North Anderson.
?S We'd like to
S Talk to you about it.
|| ., Linley ^
SS JNO. LINLB
W. E WATSON
Li. M. COCHRAN
This property can be bought
at a more attractive price
Iff ari any other property the
sante distance front town.