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"Janes Birthday Party " at The Palmetto
Nat C. Haines and His American Beauty Girls
AL Side Splitting Farce
With MISS MILDRED DEAN in the Lead, and Supported
by Two Clever Comedians and a Bunch of
"ROMANTIC JOSIE" (jg
"FABLES OF ?APOLA
s for Today
ND THE BUMPS.ESSANAY
"MYSTERIOUS PACKAGE ON THE ICE" . . _...... . .^EDISON
M AX I N EE . . . 1 O c to Ev erybody I
NIGHT . . . . . . ... IOC an ?di i ^ c j
. ", M g g ese Marin?.. m,,, " ^ayyi
The "Dak*"-comet ttyU in jptry
detail-select materials-"Nt tural
Shop*" taits for comfort
\ i- tapi m
for your next pair of shoes?-it's like
making an investment - in footwear. The
initial outlay for a pair of Fl?rsheims may be
more than yon have been paying; tor shoes but
the returns will show & larger percentage in
length of service, added comfort and individual style.
You will be proud of your feet and well satisfied if
you wear better shoes of the Fl?rsheim kind?
Geisberg Bros. Shoe Co.
Under Masonic Templo-Shoes That Satisfy
Ff Efe&nc City Sparklets
'Shot llWiaasiers To
! Did . Not KUI 1 Have Contention
i BJvcfy on?^n Anderson-'Cjounty hos! All tho postmasters' in AnderHoh
heard at one time or another that the ?county and in this Immediate section
'most vulnerable spot in all of an Af-1are much interested In the approach
rlcan's make-up IB his heel abd it Bhot lng convention ot tho postmasters,
there ho will die. Th! is not true, which is to be held in the city of
although it ls hard to belie vu other- Washington on October 6, 7, 8 and 9.
wise. Last Friday afternoon, while Tho prop" ^u will haVe many fea
he was demonstrating his prowess tures, chief among them being two
with a pistol. Alor "\ Bowen at Hones addresses by South Carolina men.
Path shot himself In the left heel. D. E. Finley, congressman from the
The doctors probed for the bullet but Fifth district, will deliver an address
could not And it and accordingly the to the postmasters, as will Chas. W.
negro was brought to Auderson yester- Galloway, now a member of the c'vll
day and an X-Uay examination was service commission and formerly a
mud e. Sure enough, here was the bul- weil known newspaper man of Co
let embedded In the negro's heel, hut \ lumbla,
strange to say, the boy seemed to be . 0
suffering but little and will certain- &|BgiBB. Heard At
ly recover. 0_ _ six aad Twenty
Sunday** Crowd . T,u ann ral meeting of the Ander
Brofce Records ?>*? county . Singing Convention was
"The Second Coming of Christ". J**** \Mt I"**?* wJth the sl* and
discussed Sunday morning before the Twenty church and people - ratura
BlbVtt&s pt the First Presbyterian juf ? th: city Sunday night said
eharab bv Hev W. H Fr?set. OMtor this-was probably, the most enjoyable
of ^B&h. Proved to ot mating that the association has ever
tt&3bet interesting topics Shat the held- So"1? ?Pleadld music waa al
peoplaMsetnhled there ever heard. B(? Leard ?nd the People of thia sec
Dr. Fraser advanced a number of new ??n iee encouraged over their'efforts
ideas.JUiAJaflLldvanced them in such to provide better music for the holy
a plain and concise marm er that worship. A number of people went
the lecture waa easily understood, out from Uie city ftjr the^ay. retara
The Sunday school room was taxed to ln* bunday "'got- .<>'
IU utmost capacity to a?comodate the r. v
targe crowd, lt was said that more clH,%_S?Li-.tg."
people were present than had ever ,r' ?esreraay
been tn the Sunday school room of John O. Williams and Paul O. Cal
thls well known church. vin, both of the livestock department
o . ? ?? of Clemson college, were tn the city
Another Drop yesterday for a few hours. These
la Price of Cotton gentlemen were here to see about the
Yesterday brought another slump arrangements for the stock show,
la the price of cotton and as a result wh'ch I? he.ld Wedne*d*?: T1?ey
there whs practically no cotton offer- b?th will return to Anderson for that
ed for nala on the Kwai market yester- day and they say that they expect the
day. A few bales were brought In to ?vent to bo a tremendous success,
the merchants at 10 cents per pound, _ . m~
but there waa little to be bad on the 1,eJTX***1
open market at 8 cents nat. A few HoOH "* Opened
days ago the price here waa 9 cents The O. K. Barber shop with the de
but for the last three days the price elded improvement made en the front
has steadily been going lower and of the building which it occupies,
lewor. presents s much hotter ?pyvarance
than heretofore. The proprietor of
the barber shop, Mr. Osteen, is also
having the building next door remod
eled, with a new front and he expects
to open a first class cafe in the new
building within the next few days.
Mr. Osteen says that his intention is
to run the place in an up-to-date man
ner and that he expects to please the
public. He will probably open up for
business the latter part of the week.
Be Pretty Platt
Work was begun yesterday on the
work of repainting and renovating one
of the roomr attached to the office of
the superintendent of education and
within a few days the room will be
completely fitted up as a rest room
for Andersof. county teachers. The
celling and'Walls will show up much
better,when repainted and the place
win boast of a number of comfortable
rocking chairs, couches, a reading ta
ble, etc. it will prove very attrac
tive to the teachers from the rural
sections spending the day here. While
tho painters are at work'in the court
house they will freshen up the office
of J. D. Felton, county superintendant
Prospects Fer Yeer
Exceptionally flood. '
Tho Green'Tond School, ono of thc]
best schools In Anderson county,. is !
to open oA Octbber 15, according to
an announcement made yesterday.1
Tills school will do somo splendid
work this year, according to the mem
bers of the county board of educa
tion and lt ls believed, that the excel
lent Instructors will get results. Miss
*5vie Smith ls to be principal and she
will have as assistants Miss Carrie
Darby and Miss Mary Farmer. Pa
trons of the school say that they are
well pleased Indeed with the new
members of the faculty.
Many Want To
The regular Fall teachers examina
tion is to be held in this city on Friday.
October 2. and already there have been
a pumper of young ladies and young
men to give-nonce that they . wit?
aland the examination and f, V ?e
cure cert ideates. Anderson county
probably boasts of more competent
yoong men fud'"young wofnen, compe
tent to teach school/ titan any other
vounty in the-state and without excep
tion the trastees always prefer ; to
employ some oac from: thia'< county
rather than to Import a teacher.
To Have Retiral
Announcement was made yesterday
to the. effect that a series of meetings
will be started at ?luck Mills Baptist
church this week. The opening ser
vice will he on Wednesday evening
at 7:30 o'clock. The preaching dur
ing the meeting' will bo done by the
pastor, Itev. Lewis M. smith and'lt
is believed thai the attendance . will
be large throughout the length of the
Court Con? enc?
Instead of ike Fall term ot . the
Court of cominea pleas .foe. Anderson
county being catted to-order yesterday
morning, as some had expected, court
will not convent until Monday, Octo
ber 5. A number of- civil cases are
ort the roatorfif trial and lt ls be
lieved that thia session would beraor>
interesting than ls usually the ease.'
- To Enter Held
The Watson-Edwards Co., bf Ridge
Springs, well known cotton buyers,
wrote to An J arson yesterday stating
that they will Shortly enter the local
field and begin'to buy cotton here.
They are now conducting negotiations
with local buyers and will soon be
In the Anderson market tor cotton.
Ta Settle LOHS>V?_
Of &* Aat?nte|fies
Eugene Eskcw of Colombia, aa au
tomobile deal erf has been selected al
the third man to composa the com
mittee which wUI adjust the leas sus
tained some months ago by J. S. Fow
ler when his garage was burned. SC
automobiles goiag up ia ?moke. ' Mr.
Fowler chose aa his representative,
T. B. Earle ot Anderson, while the in
surance companies selected Lee Fol
ger, a prominent automobile dealer ot
Charlotte: These two selected the
third mao und it is probable that the
matter will be adjusted tomorrow.
First GOOK* For
Tho HJfh School
The first football game for 1914
will be seen in Anderson on Saturday,
October 10. when the Anderson High
School Will meet the Clemson Fresh
men at' Buena Vista Park. It was
announced yesterday that this game
bas been arranged and from now on
the members of the high school crew
will practice harder than ever. A
scrub game between the first and the
second teams ot the high school hiss
been arranged for next Saturday af
,'? f. UR1I| shrdlu cmrfdlu shrdl
Many ,'noni i nations were received
yesterday and great interest was
aroused In thc Bijou and Electric pop
ular voting contest. Manager Bris
tow sajq last night, "the prises are
well worth any one's time to try for,
and lt looks now like a very success
ful contest. T'elp the young ladies
by buying tickets from the. A dollar
bock djf.ficketa ?s 'Mi'jivalent io SI.20 !
ami the tickets may be used at any
Bnjr Scenery For
The Hew Treutre
William Notes; of Washington, whu
is connected with the Keith Theatrical i
Co., and himself a well known theat
rical man. will arrive In Anderson to
morrow, at which time the contract i
for the scenery to be used will be clos- ]
ed and" the question of interior deco- j
rations Will ho disposed of. It is very
?probable that Mr. Notes will lease 1
the Anderson theatre.
Irish is Batch?
Raymond. Wash., Sept. 28.-On a
charge af having threatened tho ex
termination of the German diplomatic |
corps In the United States, Edwin R.
Scott, a military employee, was ar
rested hero today. Scott waaH6et?eted I
thtofifflfe damaged letter ?gk^type^
wHt?Ftte used. He .al?^h??aj?si/or
merly a lieutenant in the Dublin fus
The Ridiland county Republican!
convention meeting Monday decided j
to put a candidate tn the field to op-1
pone O?DKrepsman Lever. The Re-j
publican state convention meets on
Colonjufn. Sept. 28-City council to
day ??acted J. V/. Richards chief ot
pollco'to succeed W. C. Cathcart.
Richardson was chief of the detec
The railroad commission announced
that tba railways will restore old
ratos oa produce shipments sod extra
charge^ since the new role waa put la
to effect, will be refunded hy the rail
ways. ? Two cotton warehouses were
Comisdej?oued today by the Secretary"
PAT'"PRK W-?He ';'AfcaAst Slags"
Comedy song?. By far the best ever
In tba city on character songs. Hear
him, he's great
THE antLION DOLLAR MYSTERY
Tbaahou.ser. Sertes Nb. 14 of this
hlghirabsorblng serial pteture. Don't
LITO* MEG AND I
V?ctor drama with J. Warren Ker
PASS |K Y SO. 2
CoortnK Thursday "The Trey O'
Hearts'* series No. 3, .
Don't forset that kiar Mm cit news
on. ta? earnest. _. :'.t
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I M \ \\ "Shepherd Plaids" being 1
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H ^1^1^ I S of caps, and we'd like you H
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1??RKET REPORT 1^,1^5
Cotton goodt stcaa^flfSoiaa ?ales of WB MS^L ?PS ?wMttJB SH & Jt??slrt?wSiBSllgB?MS
gooaa ?or war and bflbltal purposes'. BM^J ^MaSLsAZ^BAa^RS&^??flBaEM?
Mercantile paper. rA York, steady, S^J?S'S^k^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Tg'
iJS?fi *"* I THE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER I
Jj* York. UtUe change In cotton |^ GI I MAHUFACTliflUW^^ I
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j see? 116 pe r to ti j m?Mtlg?