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..A real Fifth A-enue Ktrle. betk la
patrol and doll leather ?ml sold In
lot? of plores for $1 and a? ta be of
tV.nl for only
V' ? .
The) are made over a real high riane
laut and the lilt Inf? qualities ?un not ft?
surpassed- remember wc hare ?nesi
an narrow 'nit ron weat*
UNDER MASONIC TEMPLE
SHOES THAT SATISFY
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ll -fgg I
Sent! fhe children to pitty ia North
Anacreon Parka these hot after
The ride and the cool, fresh air
tri tho norh w&help to keep thew
dering the hot montha,
Snccce? means taking advan
tage of every opportunity.
Harrisons' 4Tovm ?3: Coun
try" Paint afford* on oppor*.
tunity for yon to ?concmicel? .
ly and positively protect your
j * Anderson Paint &
I . - * Color Co.
? Blocklcy Bldg. Phone G47
ti CANDIED :: ::
A l ways Fresh.
'?t?pr. coor sn ???O?i?
t*rn Ref ri aerator.
n e 'O? t time.
OWJU 'DRUG CO.,
n??r3e ?SdTCask Store,
The Strongest Bank in
County solicits your
fctutnesr. It ?? prepared
supply your need* in all
phase* of Banking, it solicita
Savings accounts, Checking,]
accounts and borrowers. Ail
are welcome* Ia yow name
on itt hooka?
I ht? Strongest Bank fas the
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SAYitE & SAL??W?.%*
* AROrf?TECTS *
* PlecUey Bldg. Anderson. S. C *
"'CSi???ii? iN a mm xi Bank Bldg. ^
* Raleigh, N. C *
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? Items of Interest and Person i
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Two Kew Officials.
Interesting exercise? were hold at
thc Piral Baptist Church last Sunday
night when J. A. Brock ant P, K.
clinks', .'les were ordained deacons of
tin- church. II. R. Klug Hae.aUo
bead ilci-tod deacon but ha waa ou* 61
ti.e city. Th>; exercises Sanity 0J4M
vere tondfcted by Reva. O. L. Mar
tin, W. -V Leathers, .lohn K. Vines,
I". H. Barries and O. Or?* and
\s?jr?; wy impressive anl very ir*
tvr.tlng. A large congregation wit
nessed the bovlce.
A request has been issued tba?, all
the* ?isners of the city, willing to as
sist lu the concert to he given the Con
federate veterans here, gather at the
Baptist church at 6 o'clock this even
ing for the rehearsal. It ls planned;
tb have the voloea as well trained aa
los8lblc by the. time the great event
arrives and it is expected that this
will be one of thc chief events of the
reunion. Anderson people willing to
sing are asked rb remember the time
and place- of thc rehearsal and to
make an effort to be present on time.
j , Will Attend.
rj Anderson club women are ranking;
arrangements to Bend representatives
to Bpartanburg this week for tho con.
-feentlon of tho Federation .Of Womons'
Kfyubs. ,Mrs, Rufus Faint will bc ono
Of the representatives from Anderson
[and will respond to the address of
"Welcome. A number of other promi
nent club women of the city will be
in attendance and will take an active
cart In the program. The event ls
One of the principal affairs of thc
year with tho club women ot tho State
?nd lt is. said that a very interesting
Program had been arranged for this
Veal** Tb* St*.*
A party of Anderson autoists took
a trip last Sunday during which they
traversed portions of Greenville. Spar
tauburg and Cherokee counties;-trav
eling about 200 m lin? alt told and thc
found the best road on tho trip right
on the outskirts of Anderson, near the
Bailey Poole bill. This ls a splendid
speedway and easily the best road to
bo found in.this section of the- county
lt ls of the sand clay Variety and re
flects credit upon the road forces of
?awn Yesterday. (
An r^tra venire for Andersou coun
ty court 'waa arawa - yesterday morn- \
lng, thia being due to the fact that]
: usher of the Jaro ra ?rere excused,,
Thc following ts the official Hst as.]
furnished by tne Cleric of Court:-John '
iJlhPadlrr, 'Anderson; S.'W. Wllllford.
Anderson; W. C. Smith,' Anderson;
Vlf, M. Wbllace, Anderson; !.. S. Hor
ton, Anderem; W. &. Manning, An
?derraon; A. B.' Yon, Anderson; J. I..
K, Jones. Anderson and N. R. Oreon, j
I manifested m the court . prtrt?e^dSga I
and thc city waa filled with visitors
' Baseball dame
A baseball game to decide the cham
pionship between the Anderson High
School team and the Fraser Academy
team had been planned for yesterday.
to bo played at Beuaa Vista park, but
owing to a negro game 'being sched
; ute..; the two teams had to postpone i
the .encounter. The A. H. S. team I
?will laevo tomorrow for a throe daya j
trip. A game will be played tomor
row afternoon In Spartanb?rg against j
the lipth elita team and on Thursday!
an encounter win be staged tri Of tty,I
Ville with; tho Fiirman Ft til UK school;
team, followed by a gamo with the
championship game with the Academy
Viii be played next Monday at Beuna
Visiting titania, vj
. Amona those Anderson people leav
ing for Atlanta in advance of the dele.j
Ration of Sbrinora from this city wire:
?nd Mrs. H. R. King, MU?CB
Weexa O ll mer, Louisa Thorn
ley. Sarah Hayes and Mrs. A. 8. Farm
er. Quiio ? nuino?r wiii ?ewve i od ay
fcfitt throufchot* the izrmi Mariner .!
celebration Anderson 'rill be wolf rep*
Jjjv Jiorryee I*
In The Monal i\r*.
W, Norryt-e. Who 2ias boan tb*
toity editor of the Dai*/ Mall f^r a
jnnmbcr of years,, bas ?one U, thu.
itu . ..tains above -Wnllm&i. and wll!
.cit MU there for some weege; Me
?h.ft ves that M.e. m. nm tain air W.t:
[ fr. much to '.wore h?? health ??nu
j lt v the uo.'-.i. > of pitya.iobvis tail
I he made the trip. W.. h. Rrisaey took
ir. Norryts* to Walhalla io his ioor-^
ag car, tho trip being made SIM
Hr. Brlssey* said that Mr. .N<,
tdid the trip welt.
i Tessa Kan
Joseph ?I. Jolly, at one time a elli
StsVof Ahderaon county and native of
this section, is spending a month hore
With relatives. Mr. Jolly baa been
making bia home tn Texas tor the fast
4? years aa? how live? at Naples. He
rame to Jackson VII? for the t>-r.tv i
r*?~ rcitniu? a*?<* ?& to t-??? ?U-v "T
* Confederate Veteran Kennion.
He tels* (nter^t?tlagly et ?.egaa, ba*
(?aya that t| ca-tsluiy ts fine to grt
bscg home one* more.
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V SPARKLETS .
Mention Caugbt Over UM *
keeto of Anderson *
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A Metalar Case.
Magistrate Bread well had a heating
yesterday morn lag of more than usual
Interest, because of the fact that the
defendant's conduct was such as to
make the case very unusual. B. H.
Hudgens waa arraigned on a. charge
of breach ot the peace and lt Wag al
leged in, .the complaint that he had
I shot at nia wife, run the children away
ironi the house, run all or the live
stock out ut the parn ana men had
crawled up into Ute loft and went to
sleep. After hearing the evidence, the
magistrate imposed a fine of f 25. The
magistrate also beard a pica of guilty
from John McGee, s negro, on a
barge of assault ana fined him $10,
which was paid.
I Miss Wood Is
Miss Isabel Wood underwent au op
eration for appendicitis at the An
derson County hospital yesterday
morning. The operation was entirely'
successful, and attending physicists !
aald last night that the patljn? was
fast recovering. Miss Wood bes manyi
frienu? qird they will reio'o. to know
that '-bc will soon b*? Verseif again.
Lih;? Posit hw. .
Kurts P. Smith, the new solicitor for)
the 10th circuit, said laut night that he j
had been hard ?worked all day long1
but that he had liked the work all day
long. Thia waa Mr, Smith's first day
as solicitor in Anderson, although be
had served in ihat capacity in courts
elsewhere in the district. Ho demon
strated yesterday that he will be able I
to attend to the duties ot the office [
in a capable manner.
I Due West Man
On the White Way.
Pr?sident Lee Robinson of the Col
lege for Women at Due West, waa
with the party spending yesterday in
Anderson and he commented on Hhe
Splendid DrocrtiH? nn? holm? rn o H o hv
Anderson. Mr. Robinson said that An
derson's white way, when completed,
would be one of tho biggest assets
of the city aud he complimented An
dr: son and Anderson's people on put
ting this ay stem into service beret. He
SC?4 that ?m?nmon was growing
taster than any,, town he knew of in
s portant CoeamlUee ,
To Report Tomorrow.
The bousing "committee, appointed
for tho purpose of securing tor the,
Confederate veterans, will meet at tito '
chamber of commerce tomorrow even
_ at G o'clock to make report ol the
work done. It ?da.hoped that the com
mittee may mah^ report, to tba effect
that hornea barre bean, secured fot
all thc veterana and Secretary W'haley
of the chamber ?ot commerce urgently
asks that all Anderdon people rio
their; best to take care . of aa many i
as possible. The . committee has been '
making good headway with the work I
und lt ls believed that today may wind,]
up the Hst and find every veteran sup*
plied with a home for. the two days j
tobe ?heat here.
..,.'iK < ?
Ht. il?iii ?iir.v. yaT-'.i'?ax tl. Vruaivy
of Charleston arrived in . the city , last I
night for a short visit to their son.!
Perter ll. Wnatey, secretary di the An- j
derson chamber ot commerce. Or.
Whaley is en route to Greenville to
attend the pouncil of the Episcopal!
diocese and will probably leave An
derson some time during today for the
j church council.
Seeklag the Man.
One Andorson voter, tn discussing]
municipal politics yesterday, said that;
the office' wsa certainly seeking thoi
?mn In the case of the friends ot W.|
li. Brtssey urging hin) ba run for ma
yor. Mr. Briseey was seen by a re
porter 'toT Th? Intalltaar-cftr,' ?5t*-*rf.
day and asked- If .he would make the
race, since bb* Irisada have already]
placed hie name In nomination. HfJ
: Rr Issey sadd'that he waa giving the.
matter ?grave consideration but ho
could not say positively aa yet that fte;
would enter the race. JToweverJ
friend? nf his say that be wlll yet bc ;
tome a candidate. Mr. Brissey ?eft!
last night for a short stay bi Atlanta
and bis friends say that his announce
mont will be forthcoming when be re
H. 8. cojTVKvr?fi?y
j tironee Couaty MreUeg wat? attended
by several inter***!**- Speakers,
There baa been an. interesting ses
[VlOn of the Oconee county interdenbtn.
j inat'onal Sunday School convention a?
ziuwn v*>iiege. Saturday and Sunday.
Among the speakers waa Dr. Carman,
tho new secretary for this slate, e
man of brilliant int?Uect who ls every,
whore considered a great a ree salb? to
the clll?er.shlp of thia State.
Rev. W. S. My.
Baelsther speak0 r on he pros rain who
had ? stirring menage.
L^The Sunday afternoon speakers v
. ACC. fred M. Ihr. >.-. ? f '
?Dodge of Anderson, fcinch of these
I mad? a vere Ihoujhtrni ml, . .
?.wa* well receivM rwtl i- [
'thu absoluta nacessi' .
fof thc.yobhg; man fer tuh'dtfdtffeA; and
! Hr. l)odg? ibid what the Bible is not
id'then Very forcibly what , lt Is.'
, Wife's Flem Wffc
Mobile, ?lay ll.-A pa
ileana of tee appeal of
! ncr hhsgand waa
i months In the cop
. robbery cf the i
i Goldstein and the
pany last summer
ATLANTA AND THE BHBINK
Tb? tthriaers Will Now Proceed tel
Take Over Atlanta.
Atlanta, May ll.-A few thousandl
fezes, a .riot of red, green and yellowl
bannen, a- welkin ringing witb the
strains of oriental music have trana-1
formed Atlanta from a 20th centuryl
American city Into a sort of falry-l
Although Amer'cau stars and sirlpeal
are patriotically displayed at inter-1
vals, the' foreign looking . Shrine col J
ors predominate; the tall office build-l
ipgs arc-swathed in the gorgeous dra-l
perlea and festoon, and the color?
sehen:,. K it suggest anything modern I
at all, looks tike Madrid ca a greatl
bull-iiglrt day or Mexico??ity in the oldl
days of jhe iron-handed Diaz.
. The crowds in the streets are won
derful \b behold. Every other mani
you pais weare a'rCd fes In place of I
the conventional .traw or felt" hat, andi
many of Atlanta's beautiful young
girls and matrona are wearing thel
white fey, and scattered here andi
there like poppies in a wheatfield arel
the luridly beautiful uniforms of thel
Arab patrol and other uniform Shriner
What the parades tomorrow are go-1
lng to bo, only imagination can fore-1
tell, but already the mere crowds on I
the - sidewalks are worth coming al
thousand miles to sec.
The advance guard of the ShrineT,
who got to severaL thousand, strong I
yesterday, declared that the decora
tions on the streets of Atlanta surpass
anything, ?hat any Anii-rlcan city has I
ever don? in the past-for the Shrine. I
livery train .lo bringing visitors lit
erally by the Ititi usa ads. .Tte'i Seattle, I
tgken charge iedxao&t and bas
hung US tremendous electric* sig? from
Hie iront, "M?e. .ScnJU?,- 19?&:* They
are going to pull for the next year's
convention., '-.M?^?^s?t^^ I
The California crowd'jj?ptol
itself today in-tho';KimodTT and their
own electricians here 'weoks In an
vanc?.?iaiio coweththo. Peachtr
eade "of the big buildlngjnio abisaiag
invitation to come to California next
Peachtree and. Whitehall , .streets, I
from one end to the other will bo al
blase of light tonight with festoons
of electric lights in a network over
Atlanta has never seen anything Uko
lt before, and though she'grow to navc|
to see anything like lt again.
CHICKENS COME HOME, ETC.
Released from thc Reformatory, thal
l : ttl. rtr\a Ha? ?fti? UM~>.I
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Atlanta, May ll.-Tho good ladles
and reformers who got Ollie Taylor
out of the Georgia reformatory last
your, because ' of a nation-wide f?v?r
of sentiment of the alleged injustice
of the Georgia courts lu aentcn^iug
him to. tho reformatory for at.nllng
a flvecent bottle.of nols water, aro
now having their attention reapecrftilly
called' tb th* 6-jquel. , v .J
Ollie, who went to t!:? retur.natgry.
not because of tho soda'water incident
but because he'waa- Incorrigible Suv
couldn't be controlled by bia parapi
Wak released from, tba reformatory
in the face of a sentiment that made
Georgia seem playing the.rnlo pf dark
Ollie hasn'?1 been behaving himself
very'welt-elnce he got out on parole,
tin''fact, ho has been giving his family
ai m?;ch troublo aa before until a
night or two ago he got drunk CUA D?
??tur ?treur and ihrpwiane? w vc?ciii
up" the entire police fores If anyone
dared to arrest him. He wa? grabbed
ti-'ioro lie voulu hurt anybody, j"*
goes back to Ute reformatory uutil he
rn 21. AB a result ot thc saltation
which the ladies and reformers made
n?tlon-wide. he might, have gone back
g red-handed murderer if tho police
hadn't been quicker t'ian he.
The father says that- the boy would
have boen infinitely better if they had
left him in the reformatory the first
oaf of typewriting!
*TPHE rapid-fire action
X or the new
its tremendous advan
tage of superior conven
ience-itt all-day ?peed
without tiring Ihe opera
tor-its new Adjustable
?1. auch - make it essy
?fOr^/VE stenographer fcy
turn out MOHR-fetters itv
Get the Ji?xct* !
Bend ter th? "Royal roan "
it\7j?K <o-wn-?nd *c$c for ?
forbar new brochar?,
T*? 48* WE; ".nd . beau
tiful Calov.pbotogr?ph of tho
J "Writ? Kow-right *t?tet* -.
S Cecil's Bftiusess Cc?wse.
Aadwrson, S. C%
A. 8. Fant ot Belton spent Sunday In
the city wUh_frlends,
V . -~~
I J. Sam Wilson of Liberty waa In
the city, yesterday on husmeas.
J. ?."Holtet Hcmeai?aifcj?M .?A.tftel
cRy yesterday for a few hours.
^Martin Crensbaw of Pendleton waa
Ia> the city yesterday on business.
, J. W. Moore, of Starr, route 1, spent
a few hours in, Anderson, yesterday.
r, Wallace White of Hartwell, Ca., waa
ht the city yesterday for a few hours.
W. P. Herndon of Greensboro, N.
C., is epcnding a few days in the city
Sam Whitton af Pendleton was in
thc city yesterday for a part of tbe
J. A. Arnold - of Pelser was among
the visitors to spend yesterday in tho
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Pruitt of Starr
were in the city for a few hours yes
Earl Keaton of tho Flat Rock sec
tion waa in Anderson yesterday on
L. M.'.Adams of rjartwoll, Ga., waa
In tho city yostcrdajr for a few boura
Sam McAdams of Iva was among the
burliness visitors to spend yesterday
In the city.
G. C. Hammond of Rock Hill was In
thc city yesterday, a guest at the Chi
J. L' Orr of, Brnshy Creek wa?
among the visitors to spend yester
day In the city. :
Prof. J. hi Moore and daughter of
Dethlehem, Ga., are spending a few
days ia the city.
Miss Carrie McCuen has returned i
from a short visit to her sister tn!
Mrs. R. F. Arial and Mra.JL F. Mor-1
r-.r. of W?H?ng?on Wcr? ?uOpyi?& ? iu
the city yesterd?y.
C. W. Crosby, traf ric manager of the
Piedmont & Northern lines, was in
Anderson yesterday. '
Umos Adams and K. E. Sattcrfield
of Hartwell, Ga , were in the city Sun
day for a abort stay.
f?ti'.K. B. Day of Pendleton was
among the business visitors ta ?pend
yesterday'in Anderson, '^ro^fi
I?k;i$:.2lalidia and J. M. Long of
Brushy 'jCreek were in the city yes
terday for a short atay.
; Eugene,Brown and Dr. L. D. Breed-,
l&Jwjt hist night for Atlanta, making
tho trip via automobile.
W. J. Ghaetlne and Mr. and Mrs. J.
M \V. Balley of Hartwell, Ga., were
BULipping" in the city yesterday.
Philip Adams of Columbia spent
Su?U&y ?a ti.?i CH jr, iiit> giicqt OT ??ih.
A. W. Adams on Whitner street.
8. E. Carr, Mrs. jr. T. Carr, mr. and
C. T. Gillam of Stone Mountain
a few hours in the city yester
Miss Gertrude Sanders and Misa
Brownlee haVe gone to Nashville
where they will Join Mrs. Lee Sanders
and visit relatives.
.. John T. Duncan, of Columbia, who
has several, times made thc r*ca for
governor of Sooth Carolina, wr.. lr.
.Mr. sad Mr?. Andrew Speer abd
Iv!r. ?~? "r;. T.'ii??i?i Mu?drov. l?ti
yesterday for Atlanta, going through
tho. country in ah automobile.
Hey., J. Haller Gibbuny, redor of
Grace. Episcopal church, tefl last night
for Greenville where he goes to al
isad the raec?ins o? the Episcopal
f^pfc^Ruth Fretwel?' and Miss "Elisa
beth Fretwoll have* returned to the!
e?ty after a atayof * -fortnight In At
lanta. They wer* to Atlanta for grand
poora and visitad redaJav'ua thorn.
William Godfrey. 'AT. R. Godfrey and
W. E. Duval I of Cherawarem the city,
the guest? of J. H, Godfrey. Theae
gentlemen are kinsmen of the local
man and are enjoying their rtay1 herc
Rev. Mr. Jo te? of AlkW y?? in t
city yesterday tot a few houri/,
route to Greenville. Mr. Jeter
formerly rector of Grace church h<
and la at present chaplain of the Fi
Regiment, S. C. National Guard.
G ?rift? Dormitory Saras,
- Rome. May ll.^Fire d??troyed
Girr fi Dormlt?r at. the Berry Sc!
early thia mornmg, many nf the
matea barely escaping in their hight
i nc causa TS unanown.
?* CASEY A FAWT .
* ARCHITECTS *
Bijou Today in ^l ucille, Lore, th?
Girl of Mystery."
LUCILLE LOV? THE GIRL OF Xlfe?
... ' A
Gold ?Sea!. This fa tho second In
stallment ot the great aerial story that
is being chown here every week. Soe
thc aeroplane land on the big ship in
mid ocean. The great steamer 1B de
stroyed by fire. The llfo-bost, Lu
cille escapes in' Ss dashed against tho
burning steamer, and she. is washed
upon a lonely island in the south
ccac. Don't misa this thrilling* install
ment. The story ls based on. uclual
i . ? t> ? vf
Nestor. ? powerful western drama
wun wallace Held and Dorothy Dav
Joker comedy. .
Coming tomorrow ?LOVE AND VBHV
CEANCE-" 2 reel Sterling comedy
with tbii Universal and Is a scream'
from atart to. finish.
Coming Thursday ?THE DAF6H
TER OF A CROOK" 3 reel IMP.
nebo, v A spec
>f dife^kt 6 wei
md - Harry
HLLL. LA MODE
1 Scanty A pretty ?tomance with **
tractive living modela presenting 1?4
styles in ladies wear.
gs ? V?I?;*T X"zn 'S?'?
American. A pretty comedy.
Coming Friday ?MABEL AT THE
WHEEL" 2 reel Key steno combdy.
a m?*i->? ?a n
Mutual Mov?ea Male? Time Fly.
Cl PI I? VERSUS WOMEN'S RIGHTS
TBE SMUGGLER'S SISTER
Sol lg drama.
THE SISTER'S HEART
i?*ae. Qir.cz drama.
FOURTH REEL -Tit BE *' 15ELECT?1)
4 Big Re??s-?Oc
?.raw mir av ?ni?
mmnn.- Tl:? ?ItXr OtTTTS
ITotaato Plant J at Grecs heose? S
?aly ftc per dosen, &?c pct ? 5
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