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T?C 3^ - BIG FEATURES TODAY - 3 (lfo
- 1. The last series of "LUCILLE LOVE"--The Girl of Mys.ery. '
2. BENEVOLENT ORDER OF ELKS PARADE in Denver, Colorado.
3. CLARECE GROGAN DUO-We predict that Ihese artists will take the town by storm. Their
. I program, without doubt the best ever seen in Anderson. . _
10c THE BIJOU T M if A T R ff lOc
Moat poor complexions urn due to
sluggish, torpid liver?, constipation
unq other liver ills. A doue of
R. L. T.
.aleen just before retiring will tone
pp the liver, carry off the excess of bile
and cause un easy and natural move
ment of the bowels. I', will not only
make Its good work felt In better
health-make you LOOK well and
??0 cents and 1.00 per bottle at
Munufuctured and guaranteed by
I The Road to Advancement
Heiter things are io
store for the youan
mun or woman who
aside a'part ot theil
wages every pay day.
Systematic Saving in
a great factor In build
lng character. Try lt
The Savings De
Bank of Anderson
The Strongest Bank In
SAY BE & BALDWIN 0
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Blecfcley Bldg. Anderdon, 8. C .
Llihem National Bank Bldg. *
Bal legh, N. C. .
CASEY & FANT
Anderson? S. C.
Brown Office Building
Secoud Fluor, -'hone ?un
Frank Watatns Baan 1_ Prtace
WATKINS & PUHOI 1*4 .
* Attorneys and Counsellor-atLaw *
Int Floor Weekley Bldg, *
A mle rn on, ?, C. .
DR, I?. H. SNIDER
I VETERINARY SURGEON
"* Fretwell Co. Stable
. Phone CL . Anderson, fi. C. *
Other* Victim* of Hard Luuk.
ftiost of us get what we deserve, bot
only tha successful will admit it.
The Morris and
Pooh Hah .
Vims Yum ....
Pal Murphy . .
Lo i U H ig! Esceiii
Howerr. of Spriti
Valley of "the Mn
Irish Jubilee . .
In Mv Harem .
Hase Hall Kag .
Floating Down 1
In Movies we ha
TOO MANY HI
2 recj special les
PAT CASEY'S C
THE LUCKY V
Items of Interest and Person
Wireless on the 5
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Calhoun Marshall Frederick, the lit
tle Bon of Mr. and MTB. DeWitt Fred
erick, died carly Sunday morning at
tho home of his grandfather, J. F.
Stone, on West Market street. Thu
funVeal services wore held Sunday
afternoon and wem jomlucted hy the
Rev. J. W. Speake, pastor or St. John's
Is Tq Be Married.
The following announcement will
be quite interesting to Anderson peo
Mr. and Mrs. J. Cornelius Stribling
announce the engagement of their
to MV. Mlllege R. Foster. The wed
ding to take place Sept. 9th, Presby
terian Church, Pendleton, S. C.
Miss Stribling ls well known In
Anderson, where she has frequently
visited as thc guest of her sister, Mrs.
Feaster Trllible. and brother, Jess S.
Strlbltng. Mr. Foster IB the second
son of Mrs. H. C. Footer. Ile is a
member of Foster Bros. Men's Cloth
ing Store, and ls one of the inestl
prominent young business men of
One Uhr Time
For The Poor
The people of Anderson will prob
ably enjoy the best timo of their HveB
on the night of August 13. when they
will bo given a royal reast by the lf^al
post of the Sulvatlon army. The
plan for this night wa; announced
some time ago by Ensign Bulcher,
and he has been hard at work on
perfecting the arrangements for the
lost fortnight. Mr. Belcher announc
ed yesterday that ho ls progressing
with his preparations but he says all
the people of the city should lend
whatever assistance they cnn. since
this is no small undertaking. His
plans for the evening call for a pro
gram, conslllng of recitations, etc.,
and then he plans to give every one
present ns much attention as possi
ble, providing thom all with refresh
ment*. This should be a very suc
Members of the B. P. O. Elks in An
derson-were all interested yesterday
In a picture shown at the Bijou Thea
tre-a reel showing tho Elks' parade
In Denver during the grand lodge o?
the order. A number of South Crro
I llnians are In the parade. among
?the:o being J. Ton. Bolt, past exalted
ruler of the Anderson lodge. Those
seeing tho picture yesterday have told
their friends and last night the F.Iks
managed to hov?- Mr. Bristow keep
the picture over foi today. It will he
shown again thia afternoon and also
"ODAY S PROGRAb
Mortie Musical Comed
A Travesty of the Opera Mikado.
Japanese Students, Moguls, etc.
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ive for your approval today:
inesdav "THE THREE
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al Mention Caught Over the *;
btostt e? Aii??ersQa *
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Yesterday was not salcsday and
there waa no extraordinary events
going on, but notwithstanding that'
fact, the country people in the city
j numbered more than did Saturday's
crowd. Merchants around town re
I ported that they enjoyed a better bus
iness on Monday than they did Sat
I urday and Anderson county evidently
does not reflect the cry of "hard
I times" being heard In some other sec
tion of the State.
A Very Bear School.
Tom Jons, black as the ace of
spades, has piobably concluded by
I this time that experience dooB teach
lead school. It is probable that
Jone.' bas always known the law rel
ative to "toting an owl's head" or in
other words, carrying concealed
weapons, but yesterday with haughty
(disregard for all law tn general and
j this law In particular, he armed him
self with pistol and then walked right
into the arma of the officers. He was
arrested and carried before Magis
trat Broadwell and after giving him
a chance to establish his innocence,
I the MagUtr&te passed sentence of
i S30 or 30 days. Jones could not
I acar? up the money and as a result he
la today a sadder but wiser man.
Rest of One Bay.
Yesterday was an "off day" for the
? Anderson county candidates and they
did not appear to address the voters
of any precinct. They opened the
campaign at Honea Path last Satur
day and today they will lay Biege to
Iva. ' There is no regular meeting
scheduled for tomorrow at any point,
but lt is understood that a big picnic
haa been arranged at Walker-McEl
moyle and practically all of the candi
dates' will go there to deliver ad
dresses. It will be a relief to p; rt of
the candidates and all of the voters
when tho campaign Is concluded.
Fond Hope ts
To Be Beallxed.
One, of the officials of the Piedmont
& Northern linea yesterday told a re
porter tor The Intelligencer that the
fond hope of tho Interurban of putting
on chair cara on its lines will be re
alised' within the next week or two.
These cara have beep manufactured
by the High Point Car Co.. of High
Point, N. C.. and several strikes and
other troubles have delayed, them.
Tho.earn were to have been put Tn ser
vice here May 1 but the official .aald
yesterday that they would ceitainly
be In u.-o not later than September 1.
Now Planning '
? Fer Next Year.
J. C. Hue worth, who is one of Wit
Hams ton's best business men. and fr
president ot the chamber if com-'
morco of that city, was in Anders? J
y Co., Presents
. Joe Zee Reil
. Irvin Hampton
. . Marcella Rae
Olga Stein man
. . . Toni Morris
:inie and Chorus
furn and Chorus
Ung and Chorus
. . Pat Murphy
hue and Chorus
rum and Chorus
lim and Chorus
yesterday and while here told a re
porter . for Tho Intelligencer thati
plans are already under way for tho
holding of a second farmers-' chau
tauqua in WUliamston next year. The
chautauqua Just' closed at Williams
ton was the first thing of its Kind
ever attempted in the south and ino
people wore not very familiar with
thi> Idea, hut since the first chautau
qua wiu such a success there is now
a? strong sentiment in favor of the
second one being held next year.
Let Contract for
The Theatre Today.
V It is understood that the directors
of the Anderson Development Co. will
meet today and will let thc contract
for the erection of Anderson's
handsome new theatre It is said that
all negotiations have been concluded
and that nothing remains now except
the signing of the papers. The new
theatre ts to cost approximately $55,
000, Including the store rooms and of
fice buildings, and will be the hand
somest place of its kind In the two
Carolinas. It will have a larger stage
than any theatre in Atlanta and will
be magnificently fitted up In every
ts on In Columbia.
Today marks the opening day of
the ."Merchants Jubilee." Several of
the retail merchants In Anderson
have received invltattonse.to be pres
ent for the two days of the jubilee
and it is presumed that Anderson
will have ono or two representatives
In Columbia for the two days. The,
program as- arranged by Columbia
merchants calls for an elaborate two
days of pleasure and business com
bined and every merchant making the
trip will be benefitted according to
the statement of the Columbia men.,
S. Dean Pearman, chairman of tho
Anderson - county democratic execu
tive coiumittee, yesterday received
25.000 Btate election tickets to be used
In.Anderdon county on August 25-the
date of the first primary election In
thia state. Mr. Pearman ulso placed
in order, yesterday .'With local print
ers for 25,000 county election tickets
ind he will have these in hand with
in tho next few days.' So far as can
be seep, Anderson .', county is now
ready for the "lection and with most
jf thc voters ii seems to be"a case of
'the quicker the better."
Maybe, for Better
But Probably Worse. .
Some Anderson people, claiming
to know whereof tl:.^y speak, say that
he marrying craze .seems to have
itruck this section and they claim
hat the latter part of August and the
Irst of September will soe more of
his "getting hitched" business than
ivor Tjofore. One Anderson Jewelry
lealer said yesterday; that hp had
j card of the report- ard on 'the
ltrength or lt ls going lo New York
?ext week to replenish- his stock In
>rder that gifts will be plentiful.
Judgft J. K. Breaxealo is expected
o return to Anderson -today from
Mnthrop College, Rock Hill, where
ie has been attending a meeting of
the Winthrop Coll?ge trustee.-. This
meeting was called hy President John
sen and thus far there has been uo
statement given out to the press as
to what was its purpose.
Speaking yesterday o? the new par
aphernalia he has purehused for his
optical parlors. Ur. M. R. Camphell
says that his new outfit will put him
right on a level with thc best shops
in the south. He has purchased a
complete outfit for grinding louse-,
consisting of a grinding machine, a
surfacing machine and an edging out
fit. AU these machines will bo run
with sepurato motors and Ur. Camp
bell will then bo uble to tit any pat
ient with glasses. Ho expects to have
his now machinery installed and
ready for operation before September
Souie Hood Jobs
Are Mow Open.
Anderson people always uoem to be
on thc alert for a Job Jujt a little bet
ter than the ones they hold. Maybe
lhere is something in the civil service
that would interest a low: Following
is a list of civil service examinations
application forms, which can be ob
tained by wrltiiii* the secretary of
thc united civil service board, Atlanta.
Stenographer and typewriter, August
25; plant, physiologist, male, August
30; bookkeeper, male, September 2;
entomological ranger, male Septem
ber 2; graduate nurse and dietitian,
female, September 2; Junior phys
ical chemist, mole, September 8; li
brary catalogurr, September 9; clerk,
Panama canal service, male, Septem
ber 9; junior engineer draughtsman,
male, September 9; export radio aid,
male, September 8; expert radio aid,
male, September 16.
Now Buying the
Santa ('laus Toys.
John Austin is making his arrange
ments to leave Anderson tomorrow for
the Eastern markets where he goes
to purchase a stock of gooda for hla
store. Principal among the things
that Mr. Austin will buy will bo ?
stock of toys for the Christmas trade.
On account of the trouble In Germany
from which country come practically
all of the toys sold in the United
States, Mr. Austin estimates that toys
will be hard to find this year. He ex
pects to buy a big stock of those the
Jobbers now have on hand.
John Thompson, a well known citi
zen of the Hopewell section, under-,
went an operation at the Anderson
County Hoipital Saturday for gastric^
ulcer. Mr. Thompson's condition was
serious but yesterday it waa said that
he wes considerably Improved. The
operation was performed by Dr J
Drenham, of Baltimore. Ollie Bur-,
riss underwent an operation at the
hospital yesterday for appendicitis
patient was doing mooly.
Sunday School ' .
To Have Picnic.
it. H. Breazcale, superintendent of
the Whitefield Sunday school,' has
given notice that thls,;ach?bl witt- hold
Its annual picnic tomorrow at Wil
liamston. This is always ono of the
most pleasant events of the-year for
those connected with the Whitefield
Sunday jchool and doubtless /every
pupil in the school will try to attend.
L'hange In A
It wan announced yesterday that
lohn Frank and J. C. Kennedy ltave
mrchased the interest of R, S. I.i?on
n the College Heights Land Com-,
jany. The consideration is not known,
rbis piece of property is one ot the
nost valuable In the city and it is
inderstood that th? owners have plans
m foot for making extensive improve
nents at an early date.
"PECKS BAD BOY"
Company Playing At Prlmetto
Theatre Gave. Creditable Per
formance To Large Crowd
?ECKS BAD BOY . ,.
The Morris and Monlo Comedy Co.
?laying at the Palmetto Theatre this
veek were well received by a large
md appreciative audience yesterday
n their opening bill of ^'Peck's Bad
loy." To say that the performance
raa good, is putting lt mildly, and If
he first show is a sample of what is
o follow tho theatre going public of
Anderson will have the.pleasure of
vltnossing as good vaudeville as has
vcr been shown in the Electric
ity." Manager Plnkston ls to bo con
;ratulated on aocurlng this company,
'hey como to Anderson with tho beat
f endorsements, especially from;
oh n L Cro vb, manager of' tho'- Aced
my of Music at Charlotte, Where thia
ompany has Just completed a week'aj
ngagoment. The tunny comedians,
.rotty girls and good muslo havo Cra
ted a favorable impression on every
ne that witnessed the first perform?
nco yesterday.' . . '
Get in Line
T H OM P
THE ONE PBIC?
WE SELL FOR
AROUND THE CITY
Some Have Moved Already and
Others Are Preparing to Oc
cupy Larger Quarters
Mercantile establishments and
business houses usually pick this
season of the year to change their lo
cations, if there Jp, any need for such
a move and this applies to Anderson.
Naturally ii is easier to move when
the stock is somewhat depleted from
the summer trade and before the fall
stock has been received.
The American Tailoring Company,
located on the public Buuarc, has rent
ed the building Which Mrs. J. C.
llolleman formerly occupied and with
in the next few days will * begin mov
ing the stock to Its new location. The
building has been renovated and re
painted and is much Improved In ap
The O. K. barber shop has clos-^ a
deal with the own?r nf the building
that lt occupies by which the room
next dcor wHl be rep?iued and re
modeled and will then be occupied r>>
the barber shop. The room where tho I
tonsorial parlors aro now located will |
be occupied by a modern and up-to
date cafe. . .
Several other changes of location j
are slated to take place within Un
next few days.
! A NEW DANGER
FOR AIR PILOTS!
? Are Likely to be Arrested at Any]
Time Aa Suspicious
New York, August 10.-Tho' Aero
[ dub of America todV.y requested Sec
retary of State Bryan to use his of
fices to learn the whereabouts of
President David Todd of Amherst col
lege, In Russia on a scientific mission.
Professor Todd, who is a member
of the aeronautical map committee of
tho Aero club, went to Russia to pho
tograph an eclipse of the sun, intend
ing to use an aeroplane in the wqrk.
He was last heard from at Liban on
July 16.. ^
The Aero club also renewed its re-1
quest to Mr. Bryan that he try to ef
fect the release of Mr. and Mrs. Ar
cher M. Huntington of New York, ar
rested recently at Nuremburg, Bavar
; ia, as spies. Mr. Huntington w?? col
lecting aeronautical maps for the or
ganization, and it ls believed tho ar
rest was due to the fact that Mr. Hunt
ington had these maps in his posses
sion. ..-.y . . J - : ?
FOR SOUTH AMERICA.
This Country Should. Know the Op?
. ; '. portunJties That Await.
(By Associated Press.) -
Chicago, Aug. 10.-Dealers from
the Eastern and Southern coal'fields
Who have approximately. 350,000 tons
of coal ready, for shipment to South
America as soo?. 38 transportation ls
available, have recommended thc or
ganisation of an official board of com.
merco to instruct business men of
the' needs, finances and transporta
tion questions of tho South American
trade, according to an announcement
today by the Black Diamond, the or
gan of the trade. ,
THE SOUTH MOURNS
The President of the Nation Has Ute
Affection of His Peoplr.
(By Associated Press.)
Manaasas Va,, August 10. -Virginia
towns tolled their church bells and
crowds gathered at many of the rail
road stations tonight as tho special
train bear;ng President Wilson and
hiB dead wife bossed southward. Tho
president wia sitting beside the cas
ket an the train left Washington and
he stayed ttvt-re until into in-the even
you want to step lively with the
yle and Quullty Brigade, enlist In
e army of men who wear Thomp
n's Shoes. All styles In the dlffer
$1.50 to $5.00
S SHOE STORE
CLARESE GROO AN RUO In a musi
. cal act, that is sure to please.
Gold Seal. Serie.! No. 15. The last
of the wouderful aerial story that
has attracted so much attention
througout the United States. Don't
I fail to see the finish today.
UNIVERSAL IKE, .IR., IN A CUPID'S
1 Universal Ike comedy,
i PATIIE YVEELY
No. Al Held over by request on
account of the Elks Convention pa
rade in Denver, Colo.
IFIFTH REEL TO HE SELECTED
Coming tomorrow Love and Lunch"
2 reel Sterling comedy with Ford
! MOB ROW THREE
j A JOKE ON JANE
Beauty. A r 'ned comedy render
ed in an inimitable style..
SHORTY TURNS JUDGE
Broncho. A two reel feature of the
adventures, of Sh?ftypLO ir
ONE CANT ALWAYS TELL
Vltagraph. An excellent picture.
HE WOULD MX ffllHSGS^'V?
Edison. A good comedy. *
TOBIAS WANTS- OUT-*- '
Selig. Another good comedy.
Tomorrow: A two reel Keystone
comedy "Mabel's "New Job,"
6 BIG REELS-10c
?I B.B.BLECKLEY O.M.HEARD
. Phone 671 Phone 27
BSeckSey & Heard
j 117 E. Whitner St.
i Answers all calls day or night.
There b a Paint, Varnish, Ena
mel or Stain for every purpose,
end we have it. Free informa
tion about ' painting" at our
store. , ~
Anderson Paint $ Color
Bleckley Bldg. Phone 64?
Wo will move about Sept lot
to Watson-Vandiver Building.