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tion and well they may, when it's a
?luostion of Oxfords, aa this stor not
only supplies ?hoe goodness and
money saving opportunity, but Ox
fordo willi cXSCtly an fashion dictates.
Como, you'll find us busy with low
prices on Rood footwear ns tho ahovo
Under Masonic Temple
SHOES THAT SATISFY
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C^FOR HOWC3> SEE .
The fourteen pretty new homes In
North Anderson present a splendid
opportunity to any one looking for
Whenever you wish to take an hour's
roc rest ion you'll find something to
Interest you in North Anderson
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DB. W.H. WOODS
DISEASES of the Era, Ear, Nose
und Throat Glasses Fitted
9 a au te 1 p.m. S p. m. to S p. m.
Offices : 806-10 Weekley Batidla*
Evenings ky Appoiatmest
ANDERSON, 8. C.
Como in and Inspect our store.
The neatest nnd moat sani
tary lillie store you ever ?aw
Join the big crowd that drink
nt our fount, we serve real
coca-cola, puro fruit Juices and
tiie beat chocolate milk in town.
Full linc ot rubber gooda and
toilet articles always fresh
RED CROIS BRITS CO
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After Tuesday, Varch 24th
I wBl he better prepared te
nerve my *atrstts. v'Wj?t seers
la iew location at
At the Overhead Bridge a?
W. H. L?Ott,
Dwarf Mixed ..Ste.
Tall Mixed ...........We?
Elephants Ears, ?Mb. ? .. .25c
Extra Choice Mixed, per doa, 80c
lac Each, pc? dos. ..$1JS0
ANDERSON FLORAL CO.
. ?13 MMnh.ll Anne
Mtmbm of Floruit Tekf?|* k I
12:00 to 3:00 P. M.|
Send us your order.
We'll send it out to you
Everything Clean and]
* ELECTRIC CIT
* Items of Interest and Person;
* Wireless on the Si
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Xiiles killed I
Two mules were Instantly killed In
Williamatnn yesterday! afternoon,
when struck by the southbound train
from Greenville and Krank Rriley, the
negro occupant of the team, an?! hi?
?on, had a narrow escape. The ned-,
dent took place at the cemetery cross
ing- In Williainston and the wagon
was entirely demolished. Neither tho:
negro nor his son suffered any serious)
Will Arrive Today.
Notice was rec?!/ed in Anderson on
yesterday that part of the stock of-'
fered through J. T. Watt of Clemson
college by Anderson county farmers,
had arrived In Greenville anil an An
derson man was^sent to Greenville
yesterday afternoon to nrlng tho cat- |
tie on to Anderson. It is probable that'
they will reach here today. There arel
six head in the shipment now reaching
hero and others to follow as soon as
they can be secured.
ls WUh Cs ?et.
Anderson people will hardly be sur
prised at any kind of weather coming
up. Yesterday morning tho sua was
shining brightly at an early hour, la
ter lt was overcast by clouds and a
skiff of snow fell. There wan a pre
cipitate drop in the temperature and
throughout the day the cold weather]
continued. Last night thurn waa al
small fall o? sleet ot about S o'clock,
and those who had been so unwise at \
make change in their clothing were1
hustling to warmer quarters.
Adams Carnival, which hun been ex
hibiting in North Anderson for the
last ten dayB. closed down last night
und none of the Bhows doing any bus
iness either during the afternoon or
tho evening hours. Thc proprietor of
t'.ie ?hows said yesterday afternoon
that this was the most unsatisfactory
ntay that he had ever experienced in!
Anderson. He said that he had boen
hore live times before and that he j
made money' on all tho former ocer/ ?
Blons. but this t'me the patronage was
Sack from Hparianliurg.
Tho majority of the Anderson teach
ers who attended the State Associ
ation in Spsrtanburg Thursday and
Friday, .returned to the city yester
day. All told, there were about leo
Anderson county teachers in attend-1
ance at the convention. They say that
Spartanhurg people fairly out-did
themselves in their hospitality and
made the event one of pleasure in
o PERSONALS,, o
0 0 00000900000
Mr. and Mrs. F. Axmann of McLeea
went to Honea Path Friday to see
Mrs. Axmann's mother. Mrs. E. Kay,
who la ill with grip. Mrs. Axmann re
mained for a few days. MTS. Kay ls
Miss Rosa McCully has returned]
Mra. J. C. Marshall hus returned]
Miss Josie Peoples of Asheville ls?
visiting her mother, Mrs. S. Bleckley.
M|r. E. C. Keys or Belton No. 3 wos|
in the city yesterday.
Mr. James Colflcld, the veteran un
derwriter and adjuster, was here yes-;
torday, inspecting the loss of the Mc-'
Gee stables. He ls with compauies|
represented here by the Citizens' In
surance Agency, Q. Frank Johnson.
Miss Pearl Hall, who is student at
Limestone college at Gaffney, ls;
^ponding a few days In the county
with her parents.
Dr. J. A. Hobson of Sandy Springs
waa among the visitors to the city
A. Fitxhugh of Columbia was in the
etty yesterday, stopping the Cblquola
Julian Hawkins of the Bethany sec-1
tlon vas a business visitor to tho elly
E. N. Richardson, of thc Lebanon
section spent yesterday In the city on j
A. M. Holland of the Flat Rock sec
tion was in Anderson yesterday on
Miss Carrie HcCuen ls spending
a few ?days In Greenville with some j
or her friends.
Li B. Harris ls spending a few days1
IQ Columbia on business.
Frank V. Vance of Colombia, Is in
thc ?i?iy today with relatives.
A. W. Beasley or the V?rennos sec
tion spent a few hours In the city yes
terday oh business.
Brady Milford or Long Branch was
among the business visitors to the
H. T. Taylor of the Long Branch
section was In the city yesterday on
W. W. Hale or Centerville waa one
of the visitors to the etty on yester
J. V. Johnson ot Long Branch spent
a f?W hours m the etty yesterday.
A. C. Keys ot Varonnea waa a busi
ness visitor to the etty yesterday.
T. L. Webb of Hopewell, spent a
few hours in th? city yesterday.
Walter Keaton of Martin township
spent a few hours In the city rester
A a v* AA KAIIIIM.. .
J. E. Horton ot Bo'?on was ars^hg
the business visitors to th? ci cy yes
W. H. Tucker of the Hopewell sec
al Mention Caught Over the *
tree ts of Anderson *
?.very sense of the word. J. H. Felton,
superintendent of education said yes
terday that AnderBon had the only
rural graded school exhibit present
at the convention and that il waa the
cause of much admiration on tho part
of other teachers of the State.
Mr. Four he
Hark fran? Reek II ill.
! L. P. Pouche, a well known Ander
son druggist, and a member of tho
Pharmaceutical Hoard returned yes
terday from Rock Xiii where he went
to attend a meeting of the board. Mr.
Fouche is ono of the members of'the!
examining board and a number of ap
plicants for licenses appeared before\
them in Rock Mill. Tho Anderson!
man says that bo had a nice trip, but
1 that it was a relief lo get home after
three days spent in York county.
Bird Mun May
I Fly Here.
A letter was received in Anderson'
yesterday from H in ry H. Marks, man-1
aging director of the Interstate I5xhi-|
bltion Co., in which Mr. Marks stated
that he would shortly rom? to An-1
dersod and confer with local people
about putting on a fireworks and an
ueroplane exhibition in connection |
with the chautauqua which begins
here April 27. It is understood that
Imal pcoplo think this would bc a
drawing card and tito majority of
timm seem in favor of thin added at
traction to tho chautauqua program.
Mys. King Is
III at Belton.
J. Mack King, supervisor for An
derson county, yesterday received oJ
telegram from Belton saying that his!
mother, Mrs. Nancy B. King, was very
ill. Mr. King left as soon aa possible
for Iiis mother** bedside. Mrs. King
has many friends in all parts of An
derson county who will regret that
she is indisposed and who will hope
that it may not bo of long duration
Site is a member of the McClure fam
ily which is widely connected In thc
Five Hundred Clocks
Reese Jewelry Company yesterday
had a very attractive window display
of the world-famuB "Big Ben" alarm
clocks. The entire display was ship
ped direct from the factory to t>:??
Anderson establishment and ls t io
only ono of its kind sent to the statu
It is. necessary for a Jeweler to sell
ns many as ">00 Dig Ben clocks each
year for the house to ?end these win
dow" displays ?nd Sir. Keese has com
plied with thia stipulation, selling well
over that number during the past
year. The windo^r ls quite attractive
and attracted considerable notice yes
tlon spent a few hours in Anderson I
yesterday on business.
J. C. Nally, a well known Anderson
farmer, was a business visitor to the
? Wade Watson of the Hopewell sec
Iton was in the city yesterday on bus
T. E. Watkins of Hopewell was one
of the business visitors to thc city yes
Eddie Smith of the Oreen Pond sec
tion was a business VlBitor to the city
W. FA Johnson of Hones Path spent
yesterday in the city on business.
Henry Farmer of Townvllle waa ono
of thc" business visitors to spend yes
terday in the city.
Miss Selma Crawford of Long
Branch was shopping in the city yes
R. A. Abrams of Starr was one of
I the' business visitors to thc city yes
W. T. Morrison of Mountain Creek,
was a business visitor to the city yes
Henry Mhrtin of tho Walker-Mc
Emoile section spent a few hours in
the city yesterday.
I "VA. B. Tucker of Hopewell was a
business visitor to the city yesterday
for a few hours.
'Reid CarrlBon of Denver was a bus
iness visitor to the city yesterday.
H. M Garrison of the Denver sec
tion was among the well known vis
itors to the city yesterday.
! J. B. Stcne ot the 81k and Twenty
section spent a fow honra in the city
I Misa Ella Floyd of Lowndesville,
was in the city shopping yesterday.
I C. H. Hart bas gone to Groen ville for
a few days.
Charlea Grave? ot Iva was among
?the bualneaa visitors to thc city yes
I W. B. King, one ot Anderson's best
known planters, waa in the city yes
, Joe Donthard of Pel*sr waa in the
city yesterday on business.
1 Frank Skelton of the Roberts sec
tion spent n few feowrs In the city
I Mrs. H. M. Prince has returned
I from Atlanta where ska has been on
a visit to friends and relatives.
I Dr. R. J. Witherspoon ot tho Rob
erta section was a visitor to the city
I* E. Martin, a prosperous Anderson
farmer, spent yesterday In the city.
E. W. Harper waa a business visitor
to tb? ?lty yesterday.
Thomas Yon ot Carter's Ferry was
among the visitors -to. toe city yes
Mrs. W. E. Greer of Bt-lton was a
?hopper tn thc city yesterday.
Miss Nellie Tnrner was shopping
In the city yesterday.
V-Jjft, 8. Prince-ot Cars?*ell Institute
(was a business visitor to the city on
i Lee Welborn and Guy Thompson of
: tue lebanon section spent yesterday
.til ths etty.
C. a Hanter ot Spartenburg waa
I? business visitor to th? etty yaa
DR. JAS. P. KINARD
Distinguished Teacher Who Has
Many Pupils In This .
Among the prominent educators of
the state who attended the State!
teacher's convention und came by An
derson to visit relatives is Jas. P.
Kinard, Ph. D" professor of Enj-liBlt.
nt tiio South Carolina Military Col
lege. Dr. Kinure! hold the same po-j
sillon at Winthrop College for a num-'
ber of years and acted at times as
president of that institution lo the oc-;
casional absence of Professor .Iolin-.fi
son on business. Dr. Kinara* has
many former pupils in Anderson, as'
this county has always furnished a
large proportion of the pupils at Win
throp., He also has a number of rel
Dr. Kinara* is a brother of John M. j
Kinard of Newberry, for many years
president of the Commercial Bank of
that city, and recently president of1
the alumni of tho State university and
president of the state Bankers' con-!
vention. Dr. Ki nani's grandfather,!
Geo. H. Kinard, was for years the
sheriff of Newberry county, a content- j
porary of John Belton O'Neall. His
father was Lieut. Col. John M. Kinard
of the 20th South Carolina, killed at
tito hoad of his regiment in thc Slien
aneVjah Valley near Winchester.
This distinguished educator was
himself trained at the Citadel, and af-;
teaching for apme years took his de
gree at John Hopkins. Ito was sup
erintendent of the schools at New- j
berry and later was elected head of j
lite English department of Winthrop '
whore he remained from the day the |
college opened until last year when j
waa called to the chair he now o?-'
?cupl?s with such distinction as thc
i Bucueaisur m th? i .i? i u i Jame? emu-!
lutings. Dr. Kinard combines what is
Iso rare, the executive knack with the
i literary and scholarly ability. Ko ls
an author of note; his text books be
ing used in many schools oPttae coun-|
try. His wife was MJss Lee Wicker,
of Virginia, one of the members of the
original faculty of Winthrop. She ls'
a woman of intellectual and social I
gifts that have made her the soeall
center of a' large circle. ,
Dr. Kinard ls a Baotist.
?Henry Martin of Liberty spent yes
terday in tito city on business.
JL THEATRE V
LOO kl FOB TROUBLE
THREE PAIRS AND A OAT
Bathe Comedy-The Cat Brings all
?TIIK CHARMED ARROW
Selig. A romantic drama.
, MI?HT Oh' THE ROA!>
*Essanay western drama.
Watch for the Palmetto's big ad an
nouncing the^PERlLS OF PAULINE".
? The sensational story now running in
tho Sunday American First Install
, mont appears this week.
4 Big Reels-10c
THE MAN THAT PUT THE MOTE
OUR MUTUAL GIRL
Reliance. Reel No. g in which Mar*
gu?rite runs away fro tn horns and has
lots of excting times. Among them
being a trip to the top ot the Wool*
worth building the tallest ono In thc
VOTES FOR M EV
Victor 2 reel comedy in which men
are placed in the same plac? as. tho
suffragettes are today.
A MAN OP THE PEOPLE -
Nestor western drama with Ramona
Coming Tuesday ?THE HONOR OF
THE MOUNTED** 2 reel Cold Seal.
! THE DREAM CHILD
American with Winifred Greenwood!
?and Ed Coxen In a special 2; rael ao-j
A FLASH IN THE DA?K
Nestor Western drama featuring!
Dorothy Davenport and Wallace Reid,
4th reel ta bo selected.
Mo|ml Morin Make TOM fr>.
A High Class
If you are accustomed to
paying this. price for a
suit then here is a revela
tion for you in vaiue-giv
ing. If you have been
paying $3 to $5 more
than this pi iCc mc ti aun i
do so again until you
'-have seen these suits for
In fact you could pay
$10.00 more and not get
one bit better style in
?rip? \ . . . -. *
In saying that these are
"high class" suits we
take into consideration
in addition to style the
-irraterials, w o r k m a n- ? .
ship, finish; fit and wear
We wish you would *
feel free to come in and
try on these suits and
give them a critical ex
measure up, we are con
fident, to your highest
expectations. They are
the latest patterns and
styles for Spring wear.
Remember only *
Is the Price.
PARKER & BOLT
The One-Price Ciotliiers
IF YOU WANT THE BEST,
Why do we say th?
best? Because we're
lined up with the best
factories, who make the
best shoes and our long
experience in buying
Shoes has taught us to
buy nothing but the best.
So Thompson's Shofcl
stand the test. Our
showing nf Men's Ox
fords in all the new
shapes and leathers is
ready and on sale at
TIC ONE HRCE Sftofc* STORE
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