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MR. FARMER: If you want Fam* Supplies,
Osborne & Pearson's Saturday's RETIR
ING prices save you money.
y<iilHaled Oxfords for men
liurefool Sandals for mell.
Tan ventilated Oxfords and barefoot
Sandals for men
$2.00 and $2.50
Kur ibis very liol weather nothing I3 j
more comforts ble than a pair of
UNDf.R Al A S 0 N I C TEMPLE
Shoes That Satisfy.
Wouldn't it be fine for the chil
di cu t<> paddie tn the brauch and
play under big poplar trees.
I hen Come To North Anderson
$5 Piatas ii Bifl Reduction
and Up. jj FOR NEXT TEN DAYS .%
jfcg "^&^S^^S[ *10 Gold Dt8t Platcs
- , I fl? $7 Crown open face $5.
^^^*^>!!fj^^jP^l^j^?^^ Avoid Indigestion and
I Improve your HEALTH
xi ll by having ns FIX TOUR TEETH.
DR; H. R. WELLS ?*tX).
r^? ll ...Electrical Dental Parlors...
yrown ll Over Fanners & Merchants Bank.
W?^^^ ll Phone 527 Lady Altedannt
* ELECTRIC CIT
* Items of Interest and Person
* Wirebsa on the S
Y. H. Dumiulrk's
"led il. Uoiuiiiiek, ?tr Newberry,
eantlfilute for congress, stated when
lien- recently that he would come
.her? on thu I fd lt of July to open his
Jioadquartera. Ile will have the front
louttit' of tin- second floor ot' (he He
itel Cliiuuolu ior (he remainder of (he
?timuinei. ile ?aid Hint he intends to
minke a vigorous campaign and that
he will mukti il look like a leal race.
CIOIKIH All Around,
Hill No Hain lien*.
There were cloud'.' al! around and
a few scattered drops of tain fell yes
tei ikiy afternoon and again last night
liiere was a sprinkle for less than
half a minute. Hut lie-re were heavy
cloud: und heavy thutidei und light
ning in the oust and the northeast.
Somnbody might have been getting a
I>r. IV. A. Tripp ?~
HUH in the City.
Dr. W. A. Tripp, the newly ap
pointed county trearurer, wus in th?
city yesteiday making arrangements
to nike over the office next Wednes
day. The appointment of Dr. Tripe
seeiny to have given genet al satisfac
tion mid the people, of Anderson will
be glad lo have him as a citizen. His
assistant, Prof. Gentry, who taught
r.chool lust year at St. George, has
arrlvod and ls In. harness. He was
reared within live miler of the city und
has many friends who are glad to wel
come him back ar. a citizen. He says
that "Anderson is My Town" applies
to him with full force.
Magistrate W. A. Spenrman ofi
Piedmont was In the city yesterday!
and announced his cundidacv for
county commissioner for district No.
3 consisting of the, four townships In
that Hertlon. .Mr. Spearman says he
is putting his candidacy In the hands
of hiB friends who have mad? him
magistrate for four years and he reels
Bore of good support. He Is a con
tractor and builder and can be of ser
vice to the county In the mutter of
bridge work, al'hough as n mutier of
fact lie hus had no experience in road
On East Market.
V. B. Cheshire announced yesterday
that he will let the contract for a new
store building on Rast Market street
in rear of the Daily Mail off! - . and
facing the side of thc city hall. The
building will he one of the lots pur
chased by him recently, lt will bc
plain but substantial und if be meets
with good luck with it he propose.? to
develop the other six lots which ho
Same Old World
Nature The Same.
Folks who complain about the
world is so different from the good
old days are .urged to consider young
America. The small hoy ls Just an mis
chievous and JiiBt ns lively und just
aa frank and manly us ever. This was
brought to mind at the picnic nt Wll
UuniHton Thursday. The "grownups"
saw something wrong with the cos
tume of some of the lively iuds and
learned that they lind their shirt
waists on wrong-side out. Swimming
hole; constable; hurried exit; clothes
thrown on In u Jiffy. Just boys, that's
M lisle Program
By The PbUiitheus.
There will bo a program of music
and readings given Friday afternoon
at the home of Mr?. J. B. Cooley, on
West Whltner street at 6 o'clock. All
of tho friends Of these young ladles
and thu public generally uro Invited
to attend. Lhiht abd cooling refresh
ments will be serged. .A silver offer
ing will be taken at the door to add
to the treasury of this society for be
Mr. Hembree Builds
Mr. J. U Hembree today started
the erection of a five room cottage on
hie lot on Oakland avenue in the
Roberts property. Mfr. Hembree pur
chased three lots at a recent auction
sale, and improved one of them some
time ago. The house he built WBB sold
to Str. John A. Thompson of the
Southern Bell Telephone and. Tele
graph company. Mr. Hembree says
that the house he ls now erecting will
be somewhat simitar to the one sold
to Mr. Thompson, lt will be for sale.
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Y SPARKLETS *
ni Mention Caught Over the *
treets of Anderson *
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Mr. Horton HiiyN
Mr. K. IJ. HOI lon. pr?sident of tito
Anderson Heal (?1stute ?ind luve tnient
company, stated (oday thui his com
pany hud purchased Hi?' farm of Mrs.
Alherlu' Chamblcc. containing 170
ncres, situated about five milos west
of the city. The consideration was
approximately $12,000. .Mr. Horton
says tlie laud will he cut into smaller
farm? ?nd wil he offered for sale.
Mrs. ChatnLiee has moved to Texas.
IV here Ho Juries
t Get l'recedtul I
"Where do the Jar? s get the prece
dent for giving a dolla, o some chari
ty." asked Mr. C. C. IA' . ?on yester
day He .?ays that it .-ustoni
which he appreciates, for tar. !?irtes
have each turned ovei io him a nonar
tu he sent to Thorn well Orphanage.
The juries received the money, lu
Kcemr., from the iitigauls wlio won
thu cases, but the question is who
started this custom?
On T. P. A. Kally.
reaster V. Trlbble. secretary of
Post L), reports that there ls every
indication of a fine attendance Satur
day night poon the rally of the T.
P A. at North Anderson park. The
"ilrummera" and their guests will
have a big time and this occasion will
open the new .park.
Clemson Ciujc1. ?
News was Received here yesterdav
of the death of William Hoy Je'er of.
Carlisle, Newberry county, who was
killed by lightning at Norfolk. Va..I
Thursday. Mr. Jeter would have
graduated ut Clemson next year and
bad a number of friends lu the city of
Anderson. He was a member of tho
varsity foot ball team and distinguish
ed himself in many games. He wa?
19 years old and a young man of
Il rn ne h lng Ont. '
Since he opened lils plant Imre some
weeks ago. Mr. A. P. Spenvc . has put
(?hero-Cola on the map and lt has tak
en in a surprising mani jr over this
section. Mr. Spence stated last night
that be had completed arrangements
whereby a $10.000 plant is to bo lo
cated in Greenwood. The holders of
the concession are J. F. Monroe and
J. F. Stokes of Hohen Path. They will
cover part of Oreenwood and Abbe
ville counties. Mr. Snence says that
if the drouth keeps, up everybody will
bf drinking rhero-Cola. It ls about
the on Iv thing that makes people hap
py these days.
Mr. ii. C. Salli\Uli
To Make An Address.
Mr. G. Cullen Sullivan, who made
an Imprerrion, at Rock Hill last week
with the address on "Sentiment" in
connection with the management of
building ard . loan associations, waa
elected a delegate to tin- United States
Building and Loan League next
month, and he has been invited to de
liver ibis address her*. The national
league meets in Washington and will
be attended by repres? Matlves from
foreign countrler, aa w?.ll ns from
many of our own state -.
Work on Repot
IN Well Started.
Work ?in the construction of the
main portion of tho new union pas
senger station of the Southern and
the Blue Ridge ls well under way and
the pouring of cement for the floors
and side walls will be commenced be- 1
fore the end bf the week. The build- ?
lng will be tire proof and will be use
ful as well ur. ornamental.
Out for Treasurer.
Jacob O. Bollinger, of Pelzer. In for-<
malty announcing himself for county
trearuror nays that he ls a self-made
man. having ree ired hts education
through his own efforts that he has
bad six years experience In the cotton
mills 'SB well as. several ye?re ou tho
faun, and that as an o nice man he' has
bad the confidence of his employers.
Ho promises economy and a fauhtdl
performance ot his duty if eiecUkL; -
Lynchburg's Record. "
Lynchburg, June 25.-A new abso
lute maximum. temperature for Jtun?
wa* established here today with a
temperature of 101 degrees, ^ t.e pr^
vlous June record was 98 dfe'i'WW!1
Tile government record here was- es
tablished in 1871.
I~ PALMETTO THE AT HEV.
THE ELDEK ki; OTHER. Easanay
A two reel feature from from the novel of the same name. You are urg
ed to see tiiis.
BUDDY'S FlirST CALL. .Vitagraph
He makes a bid lor the ?ad?es. His first attempt is a ridiculous failure.
He vows they v. iii never a.i?ain make him a laughing" stock.
THE FIRE JUGGLE* S.Seli?
Coming Sunday "HorA and Hand". A thrilling detective story. 1
"Broncho Billy cLiid the Mine S^ark." We don't need to tell you any
thing about ' Broncho billy." You know.
, I FOUR BIG REELS EVERY DAY 10c. T~T
?* THE MAN THAT POT THE "MOVE" IN MOVIES.
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WITH MRS. COOLEY
Literary and Musical Program
Prepared For the Session of
The Jimbu Philathca Class of the
Kir: t Baptist .clinch meets this af
ternoon in the homo ol ?.!rs. Cooley,
on Whittier st i cet, for m est cul and
literary cxei elsey. The program o?
items for the afternoon Includes .In
strumental und vocal music and
readings. One of the exercises pron
i.-.'.ng peculiar plearure to the class
lr the singing hy a chorus nf college
girls who have been tiained under
the direction of Mrs. Charles Sullivan.
The meeting will hegin at 6 o'clock.
The exerciser of ?he afternoon and
those who will take part are as fol
I. Vocal Duet -Mesdames W. Nar
din and Charles Green.
H. Rending-Misc Mary Ramsey.
HI. Piano Duet - Mrs. Frank
Watkins and Miss Law. of Due West.
TV. Vocal Solo-Mis. J. F. Vines.
V. Reading-MIFS Julia Campbell.
VI. Vocal Solo-Mrs. Wlllinm Mul
VII. Reading-Mir s Carrie Fret
VIII. Chorus-College girls.
Mrs. Charier Sullivan. Director.
MAY PUBLISH SALARIES j
Possibility That Federal Reserve
Board Will Heiinlre List?. ?
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Washington. June . 25.-Although
John Skelton Williame, comptroller of
tho currency, refutes to confirm per- !
st&tent re nor ti.': that the Federnl Re-1
serve bourd will insist on detailed 1
statements as to thc exact rolarles I
paid to thc officials of banks belonging 1
to the Federal Reserve banks it lal
geneially believed that such action
will be taken by Ute board after its or
It frequently is charged by minority
rtockholders that officials controlling
banks deprive rtockholders of earn
ings to which they are entitled by
voting larger salaries to officials.
Such action would ho more difficult,
it is insisted hy the complaining
stoc-kholdetF, if banks were forced to
publish their salary lists in detail.
( ORB WAS FIN E?
Tyrus Fined if.Ml For His Fracas In
Detroit. Mich., June 25.-Tyrus
Hobb, the baseball player pleaded
guilty to thc charge of disturbing the
peace In the Justice's court here to
day and paid a $5Q. Had he not paid
the fine be would have had to rpOnd
rix moths lu the House of Correction.
Cobb and William I* Carpenter In
whose,meat shop tho ball player raus
ed a dtrturhahce' inst Saturday sight
had a dispute over the purchase of
mme fish and when Cobb flourished
A revolver Harold Harding, ail em
ploye, stepped in and a fight ensued.
The ball player sustained a fractured
thumb' which' has kept him ont ot the
ball games th lr.', week.
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AUTO RACES ON FOURTH
Tr. John Linley Plans Big Hay tot
. Another celebration- will go to North
Anderson on the fourth of Jiiy.
There will be one ot the' .biggest days
that has ever been held' In the new
Anderson. Mr. Linley has arranged
\ program that will equal any that
I At the Bijou To?::;y
At the Bijou Today
ls arranged anywhere and the beauty ,
of lt all is.that lt ls absolutely free. \
That ia the big thing of the day'e cele
North Anderson will have the' city
celebration for tho fourth and the only
thing that tlie folks will como Into
town for. "will bc the baseball game at 1
the park in the afternoon.
Mr. Linley, together with Mr.'J. C.
Strlbllng lr. working, up a mee over.
Ute North Anderson speedway - uni
with few good cars, on that road, the '
real speed will be seen. The road ls
too crooked for very much speed, but i
there will bo races ot class. I
There will also be a track meet, in |
connection with tho many valuable i
prizes which will be given away. This
track meet wilt be held In the morning \
as everything will be hrWin.'the morn- ;
lng and the crowd'wilt ebruo'back to ?
Anderson in ?ie ?tt^rnb?n.'for tho <
In .the. evening;''there .will ?be a dis- \
play of fireworks id. the North An*
derson park? (Lbdk our-for - r?tn.)^ i
There will he bandr on theptace all
the time and the bands will ho kept
busy at night. . *
There will bo several short speocUo
made- in the forenoon. A big day 'le ?
planned ny Mr. Linley for the Ander
son people-and the only expense that
will be necessary Is the car-fare out ?
co tho park and bach. ?,
Another Job to Start
St. John's Methodist church
to get three coats of "Town
& Country" paint on the
Anderson Paint and
Bleckley Bldg. Phon? 647
ON THE VERGE OF WAR-.
101 I isor. 3 reel feature with Her
bert RnwlruBon and Anna Little. The
* tory lb one of international Intrigue
between agents of this country -ami
Mexico. The girl ls the rsupposed
daughter of a hynotlBt acting as a
Mexican spy, but later it ia learned
thut he was not her father. Many of
thc ulltfatinnB are very Intense. War
ships, .Vex-can soldiers, dlplomatto in
trigues come in.
I*HE Yt HOM; ROAD- %
Rex. A strong drama with. Dob
Coming tomorrow ?The Train of
Kire*' 3 reel Apex feature.
Coining Monday ''Chelsea 7760" 4
reel Fumons Players detective feature
American. Presenting Sydney Ay
res and Vivian Rich. This is a two
part feature embracing the psycholo
gy or a new doctrine. '
OUR MUTUAL GIRL- . 1
Reliance. The plot in this story V
ii as boon resumed, in this picture Ute
Mutual Girl' ts kidnapped by black
mailers and held for1 r'ankom. : -. '
HIL ON TltOURLED WATERS- '
American; S TW la*-* two' reel fea- '
turo well/worth seeing. " .
Coming Boon ?The. Million : Dollar
Mntnal^Movles Mrifr Time Hy.
A revolving target, .on'which Images
>f birds ore perched'until shot down,
.B a Frenchman's Invention.