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Friend Elk, While in Anderson, See North
Now, North Anderson is just a year old-only a baby-but a very healthy, robust baby
IN FACT, quite a prodigy for her age.
PHONE 305 and John Linley will spin you out to North Anderson iii a jiffy. It's an ideal
place for an Elk to live-especially a traveling Elk.
It's a High-Toned Residence Section-Beautuul and Healthful
Bunting bedecked buildings are the
speaking deeds that plainly show
we're "glad yo? are here." THE
TOWN ia YOURS-Anderson, this
state's best city brilliantly responds
to the compliment und ls ready with
open ?irins to serve you as beBt you
would have her do.
Free shoe shines to visiting ELKS
Our writing room mid telephoto con
nections are at your service.
And ?Bten-you need not feel under
any obligation to buy; tho tf you are
In the shopping mood we have the
very beBt footwear to be shown.
WHITE CANVAS OXFORUM
PALM REACH OXFORDS #?..1(1.
PURPLE MOX ..Ul.
UND HR MASONIC TEMPLE
Shoes That Satisfy.
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W. L. Elgin of Anderson, ron to 7.
spent u few hourn in the city yesterday
H. A. Foster of Basley was ii moog
the visitors to upend yesterday in the
Watter CHnkscsles of Townvllle
was i>. tb? city yesM-niuv lor .. hin it
ll, V. Cllukdcales of Stuir was In
the city yesterday on business.
Magistrate R. S. Pant of tho Fork
section was among the visitors lo
spend yesterday In the city.
C, W. Htatt of Wlltlamston was In
Anderson yesterday for a few hours.
ADD PERSONALS .
Frank McOoe of Iva was In the city
Jumes U. Thorton. o? Hartwell, f?a.,
waa a business visitor to Anderson on
T. C. Haddon of Clemson spent a
few hours in the city yesterday on
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. McLean arrived
In Anderson yesterday, returning from
Received another supply of
those "Ask Dugan Why"
Fans. One to every person
making a purchase.
Remember we are herc to
help you decide what you
Anderson Paint and
, Color Co.
Hinckley Bldg. Phone 647
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Ihrnr honey-moon, which waa spent lu
J. N. Nance ha?, returned to Due
WeBt following a jBhort vlalt here to
D T. Blackwell of Donalds was with
the visitors to spend yesterday In the
Fred Tindall of Vllvlsta and Carey
Kidd of Lavonla. Ga., were In Ander
son yesterday nu business.
Robert G. Hayes of Charlotte was in
the city yesteruay. a guest at the Chi?
S. .1. Healer of Hester wa? anions
the well known visitor.* to spend ynn
tcrday in Anderson.
Col. C. J. Sirlbllng of Pendleton was
lu Anderson yesterday on business.
Miss Susie Sharp or Pendleton was
chopping in the city yesterday.
(Mint Summers, candidate for thc
?tale senate from Anderson, was In
the city yesterday.
Miss Grace Fripp of Charleston
arrived in tho city yesterday after
noon to visit her ulster, Mrs E. L. Mc
Cants. Miss Fripp Is a niece of John
Sum McAdams of Iva was In the city
yesterda' for a few hours on business.
Jack Summers of Pendleton was In
tho city yesterday' for a few lum ra.
R. A. Sullivan of the Fork section
was among the visitors to spend yes
terday In the elly.
R. Il Prince of Townvllle spent part
of yesterday in the city.
Henry Martin of the Wnlker-McEl
tuoyle section was In the city yester
day on business.
Prof. R. A. Gentry of thc Brushy
Creek section vas in thc city csterday
Oil business. ?
Mra. J. B. Folton of southwest Geor
gia, has arrived In Anderson to spend
tho summer wRh her son. Prof. J. B.
Started a Rough House In ^aldville
Shot at I.cumas Bullock. '
Laurens. June 16/-D. L. Boozer,
tho white man who some time ago
started a rough house in Coldvllle and
fired several shots into the home of
Major Leumas Blalock was convicted
hero of assault with Intent to kill.
The defendant ealbned that he was
mentally unbalanced at the time on
account of trouble. He had some
trouble with Blalock about the hiring
of field sands.
Boozer la now a candidate for the
THE GAME OF POLITICS .'.. . Lubin
A two reel feature worth seeing.
SHORTY MAKES A BET and BLAMING THE TAILOR ... Biograph
A split reel farce comedy that will tickle your tickler.
THE RACE FOR A MINE ... . . . . .... Kalem
'A western story concerning the discovery of a borax mine in the famous
Tomorrow "Over Niagara Falls" a sensational feature drama thatiscreat
ing comment wherever shown. We do not mean to boast but ask you in
justice to yourself not to miss this thrilling picture.
Friday "The Perils of Pauline". This installment is one of the most inter
esting of the whole series. See is sure.
FOUR BIG REELS EVERY DAY 10c.
THE MAN THAT PUT THE "MOVE" IN MOVIES
151 Jo ii today in "Henri? and Swords"
OWL DRUG CO.,
Phone 698-Gash Store.
E. G. Evans A Son,
Pendleton, 8. C.
THF FIRES OF AMBITION
Domino. A two reel feature of In
dia lifo in the west.
THE LEK END OF SNOW WHITE
Thnnl.ouser. An exceptionally good
A BEAUTY PARLOR ?HABITATE
Thnnhouser. , A comedy well worth
Coming tomorrow "For the Sake of
Kate.. A two part western dramatic
Put this In your pipe and'smoko it;
Thc program at this theatre today is
? Coming soon The Million Bollar
Mystery."" It's great.
Bijou today In "Hearts ?nd Swords"
HEARTS AN I? SWORDS
Sterling. This two reel Ford Sterl
ing comedy eclipses anything for a
continuous outburst of laughter ever
attempted by thia company. You will
laught till your sides hurt. The two
rivale fight a duel and plunge ovar
a sixty foot brid?e. Don't miss it.
Rex. A drama with Bob Leonard,
Edna Mason and Betty Shade.
WHEW! THE HOP VINE TWINES
Powens. Frltzi Brunette and Matt
Moore play in this burlesque. -
Coming tomorrow "The Last of
Their Race 2 reel Powers. i ?
Coming Friday ?Gast Adrift in the
Sooth Seas" 2 reel 101 Bison with Wm.
Coming Saturday "The Buick 18" 3
reel Apex detective story? - j ]
Relented Confessed Slayer.
Charleston, W. Va.. June IC-Mrs.
Dolly Mc Sar ley, who recently wnlkcd
into the sheriff's office and announced
that she had killed her husband and
bid hts body in the cellar of their
home, walked out of the county jail
here today, a free woman. The Kan
awha county fraud Jury refused to re
turn an Indictment against her. Mrs'.
McSurley declared she struck her
husband with a hatchet after he bad
tried to kill her.
W'??M ..- .....?? J.J?.