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A SPECIAL THREE REEL ECLECTIC FEATURE
HIGHLY EXCITING AND THRILLING DRAMA
ALSO A GOOD COMEDY ENTITLED
PA AND MA ELOPE/'-Biograph Fe^t?re
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PLAIN PIMPS FOB OHO WINO
PLAIN PUMPS FOB GIRLS WITH
OUT STBAPS-$tM. ,
LADIES' BAND TURNED COVERED
ONE STRAP POPLIN PI'MPN, JIIOB
BUTTON SLIPPEBS EXTRA OOOB
THE BEBT LINE OF WBITE CAN
VAS SLIPPERS IN TOWN FOB
?HE MONEY. YOU ?ANT
BEAT THEM)""'? ?
UNDER MASONIC TOM PLU
SHOES THAT SATISFY
lt% getting so many people lo build
in Norih Anderson.
THE FACT IS
hume seeker, nr.d the people have
merely , made the beat of Um op?
fi? A Daun!? Roll, >
(IS yardi, to tb? reU)
Unheard ot befare. Cojea wkB*
i ii iKStM.
Sc each* 2Sc per 6
* ELECTRIC err
* Items of Interest and Person
* Wireless on the S
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Finest ('lover Ever
Keen In Anderson*
Furman Smith, who possess a repu
tation as a seedsman ail over thia sec
tion of Ute country, exhibited yester
day at his warehouse some of the fin
est burr clover ever seen in Anderson.
Mr. Smith says that the clover he
showed yesterday la superior to any
ho has eyer roon anywhere and Mr.
Smith is a . good Judge because ho
known all there' ls to know about
clover arid coeds of varions kinda.
The clover shown here yesterday was
grown by Will Wharton on his splen
did farm nbodt 18 miles from this city.
It measured on an average of 45
Utphes in length and was almost per?
(pct: Mr. Wharton'also' brought to
the city a specimen of red clover
which measured - ?12 Inches in 'length
and was equally ns fine. This waa
tho flrKt cutting, off nh nero of land
and Mr. Wharton secured 2,140 pounds
of clover from thc plot. This ls a
record to be envied by any Anderson
Itt the Xeague.
Much interest was awakened around
town yesterday over tho announce
ment modo by the Tho Intelligencer
that Tunnels Slouch w> tan, ni n < ,vii try
ing to organise a basehtll icaguj to
bu i-q:nposed or four Piedmont lowpc.
The towna mentioned dre '?Oreenwood,
Oreen'vile. Anderson and Spartan*, ?rg
<*r,<i Iceni /elka aay that a fast /iriif^
>f buac ?v?>.l! would be ??eon ?hom i Ot.'
organization of tho league be perfect
ed. Stouch ls confident that ho can
swing alt the towns except Anderson
amt h is merely up to the local fan?
as to whether or not they care.to fry
another league or not, lt ia probaal*
tttet something definite will ho done
within -the next few, days. ? .'
mit fl?rjt ?oes
** Ti fanal Jtoae.
W. C. Tal), who baa been running as
a moil clerk on the Charleston and
Western Carolina railway, from An
derson far tho last ..month, has receiv
ed his commission aa a mall clerk for
the canal sone and will leave within
the next few days to begin Ms ?ajf;
duties. He is looking forward to his
work with much pleasure and: say*
that he believed he will like it. He is
just in receipt of bis appointment to
?Kift l" th~ rs??rssd; 5~rv?tr
and la very anxious for his time of
departure to arriva. During the time
that he has boen in Anderson be baa
made s number of friends and they
will' regret io see him leave.
Mr*, Hollemaa Ia
Noon to Move.
Mrs. Lee G. Holloman ls hoon to
move her millinery parlors from the
present location on the plaza to the
Fouche drug store site in the Chlquola
hotel building. Arrangements are now
Mf?g'.>tadde for the move and Mrs.
Mollentan hoper, to Koon be Installed
in the now quarters. Aside frcaaiiae
millinery line this store handles an
up-to-date stock of ladles' wearing ap
pa md in al lines and Jt is one of the
most" complete ' stores t nthe city.. A
number of Uuprovetuenta are now con
templated ind thean vrill be executed
wbfeo the new quarters are occupied.
Exe Wing latere-it.
Tuesday night's meeting of the An
derson Ad Club ls exciting a great
deal ot interest and a number of thc
city's business men are planning to
be present tor the event. Tho bur?-?t
supper which la to be served VkWrn*
nection with the supper will be very
complote and will prove to be one ol
tho features ot the evening. Cards
?MB?mell<& to al Ithe membra of the
;?t? yesterday, f-ifonnlng them ol
ie fad Uwt the meeting will tah?
place Tueseey evening and urging
them to be present.
Haste W01 Se
A Drawing Cari*
Thees who have lo charge the ar
rangement* for the Confederate re
adies say tbM ihey ?pepi the am
ale for the two day? to be a d^wmi
card, Arra?g. ?mants have airead:?
j W haley said
j weil pteasea over beti
I Ansv Officer O? .'
J Captain W. H. Carpenter, an Ander
jaco county man who 1? fast makio ?
ja record for himself in th? V*ntt<*
(States army, ls ?pending a: few doyi
I fie Cos?
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-I Mention Caught Over the
bree te of Anderson , ."*
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Anderson county, officials are on the
lookout for Clifton, Kidd, a negro who
escaped t from the Greenville county
chaingang yesterday. Kidd had just
been convicted of/stealing a cow and
yesterday sentenced to thc county
gang. He had just begun to serve his
sentence when he succeeded in making
a getaway. He is a cripple, having
! a deformed foot and looks to he abeut
[2$ years of .age. Anderson people are
requested to ?CD on the lookout ?or
-o- .- ?
in in Columbia,
Judge J. E. BreaseaMc, chairman of
the finance committee of Winthrop jj*
College, left eyaterday for Columbia |
where he goes to bc present ut a *
meeting of the Winthrop College trua-j <?
tees. Several matter' of considerable c
importance are before the board, for
consideration. It ia proposed that tho
rtudents at the institution be charged
hereafter $12 pep month for hoard
"ztrr.d cf $IS ?<o ?^cf?iuiurc, it being
understood that the, latter amount has
proved far too small to feed thc stu
> A motoring party ?rpj? Cornersvllle,
Ca. speut yesterday lei anderson, stbp
gng in this city for lunch and sbop
g hera to raojn#.tlme--.Among those'
in the pt?t^TWi^Bh*".* H. J. Harrt?
son,M lases Ada and Van Purdue," Mrs;
J. IL Carroll and Mr. Purdue. .'.They
report that the roads In all sections
are lu'splendid r,bape nhd they any
that .they had a Very'enjoyable trii?
Anderdon w'?WaV-,'' "'''
' Mrs. Nf ?). Tyrus ' hA? wen' selected
an .'president of the St nie Assocfcdl?ir
Of ,thc.Ltaughtcrs; of :'Rebekah, at the
recent ' ce?siop,,''' bi tho state as
sociation heUi in Columbia on Thurs
day and Friday. Thia order ia asso
ciated with tho Odd Fellow?, lt is
probable that ,tho next meeting of this,
association''Viii go toRock lilli, al
ttiattfelir^'jletiplte ebnUuncomeht - han
been.made to that effect'.
Miss Ella Sue Jones le epe?dU>e a
tow days In Manning where she la the
guest ot friends and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. William Muldrow haye
returned from Atlanta i
Mra.been spending tho lat
, Mrs. J. B. Townsend is spending a
??a? ?tnwa .tn *rnin?o;i W?tb.????V???M^*?:S
Mira Anna, Belle Towers and Mr
Mamie Ugou arc (-.pending a abor
tinae ia' Baltimore.
. "Mli? Hester Brenner ' of Augusta,
Oa.. ls the gueet 6t Ml?s Llttd? Thomp
8CO for ?'week
jefP?f?*' . -yr ^ .
W. E. Cowan of Ivaft "
business visitors to
in the city.
I J. B. Mayo of Greet
Jterday in tho city, a
i ?luola hotel.
If. a. .Fisher of Iva
yesterday for a few hours i
?. I,. Moore and AtMMW
known mill men of Well ford, wore tn
the eily yesterday.
O. F. Black or Charlotte
of yesterday In the city on
W. Lv I>OWC. a welt inn?
a? ir. the city- yesterday for a short
?X- . '_
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Anbin of Town-:
lile, were shopping in the etty yesler
Atlanta, May 15.-Dan Shaw, the no
brions "blind tiger king" is again "In
ur midst" He arrived yesterday via
battanooga, and received byway of
n official welcome a ?">0 line soaked
a him. by the police court on a'co?
kmpt charge growing out of the flight
r Shaw from Atlanta last year.
Shaw skipped town inst after ha
ad been summoned, to appear and en
iver to the charge of gambling., 8!ncd
lat tithe lie has never returned to
tlanta until the present. He waa
scoghlzed quickly In the carnival
iron g at Five Pointa and waa quickly
tke^.foto custody. .
"I'm mighty corry to nee vou back."
aid the police court judge, "I thought
ie community was rid . of you .for
>3?U? u*50 Une waa simply for* con-. |
?pi t iii running ftWay after receiving
Court summons. Shaw ia still in a
ell, miuH tho fifty and will hVerrang.
dMolhofrnw on the ali gaming
IRL HA HI KS TO DRIVE -
RTXQL1NG8 FRO? RINO
ronagc, V.'.a., May IS.-It la re
ortod here that a deal ls,: under way
r which ringling Bros., owners of
!?e Ringling. Barnum & Bailey ana
ellB-Forepaugh cireuse?, may' retiro
TOaH ?II; ??i?S???i5S, r' ~ 111 It pf - *jBBVHEflPJSJ^K
ustncsB: comprising many smaller
ircur.es, to a new eastern syndicate.
'There are practically no men in
lie new generation, the family ten
ancy appearing to bo toward girl
ables. Added to this ls the recent
roubles.of the brothem, including the
oath of John and tho divorce suits of
A and Alf Ringling.
farner Special. ? powerful three
feature production from the-stage
day depicting the weat aa it ia. The
hriliing adventures of a bandit who
obbed for revengo and justice. This
apld fire feature will more than keep
H R MUTUAL GIRL
Reliance. Reel Xo 14. Margaret]
Ulta the U. S. Battleship Arkansas j
?fore. 11 aailed tor Mexican waters.
PRE OLD MAYO'S TRIUMPH
Coming Monday MTae Secret of the]
ffelP 3 reel Eclair with J. W. Johnson.
Coming Tuesday "Lnellle Love, tho |
liri of Mystery" aeries No in
coming Wednesday '^ a? Fatal Wed-1
Ung" a cerear^nip Fur?" rwirT?i--"
TODAY'S PB ?il RAM.
X THE CLUTCH OF THE MC KLrX
X powerful exciting sad gripping
bro? reoKfeature wtth Miaa Gene
Runtier. This ls an accurate htstor
eal producion of the taut r?_c,ii?
lays of that organization.
THE WIKi>W8 INVESTMENT
'American.'' Sydney Ayers and Viv
as Rich tn a beautiful sketch of faith
Don't mist, this double feature pro
Mtrteal Mv&? Malta 1W Fly.
f^A&rfpriawa ?I i
Veal Steaks and Roast
Mutton, Chops, Roasts and Ribs
Beqt?leaks and Roasts
Beef Livery, ^Tongues and Brains
Sliced Kami Frankfurters, Boiled Ham
Sliced Breakfast Bacon
Fresh Kingans Hams
New String Beans New Green Cabbage
Kew English Peas
. New Mustard Greens NeV? Onions
Red Jvipe Strawberries
none in the City.
Yours for good things to eat,
K l RT
up rt y ~fiy$
brapd new ^ki^ts.
Ali thc newest colors^ Siiep
Checks, Black wit li
bottoms, .olue^4ai'nd- tan*
bpeciai ax q>o ana
:r See Window Display Saturday,
IJ^^^^^^^B Safety V?L Kit ' 1
HHF $3.50 t j
WwK?L^a^iBBBBH Smokeless, Soot : | m,,
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Jj ...FORD^ARS^ j
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