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SEE THESE NIFTY COLUMBIA WOOLENS
Buy a suit of clothes tailored to your measure, mad-; from very special woolens, you to select yours from hundreds of patterns now on display at this store.
Our autumn display is in its first freshness and beauty and we have some extraordinary values in woolens from which suits arje being made to measure at
$15 - $16.50 - $18 - $20 and $22.50
These are going rapidly. Come and select your suit before some of the patterns are sold out. We have nothing but the newest and classiest of foreign
and domestic woolens in our display, lt delights the eye, and the clothing we make proves a source of constant delight and satisfaction to the wearer.
If the above prices do not please you, remember we tailor clothing to measure at
practically any figure you may wish to pay.
cSO to $40.00
Columbia Tailoring Company
F. M. UNGER, Manager
A. DEANE, Asst. Manager
122 W. Whitner Street
* ELECTRIC CIT
* Items of Interest and Person
* Wireless on the S
A Hood Show.
Tho manager of tho Pi ". * thoa
tro naid last night that t' . 0 well
tilcased In every respect v. .ti L..o show I
they have been playing for th hist
week and they feet that the public ap
preciated the attraction. The Frank
ford ft Manzi company put up an ex
hibition equally as good If not better
Ibm any yet seen hero and if the com.
ing week's bill ut thc Palmetto ls up
to that of the week Just ended the pat
ronage will be good throughout tho
2 reel feature of the rugged
mountain life featuring Wm. Shay
Violet Mersereau, Wm. Welsh and
iN AND OUT.STERLING
Comedy with Max Asher.
PATHE WEEKLY...... .NEWS
All the latest current war news
Coming Tuesday "The Million
Dollar Mystery" No. 16.
Coming Wednesday "The Kai
ser's Challenge." 2 reel actual
war drama, this being the first
real fighting scenes taken in the
great war in Europe.
. Coming Thursday, "The Trey
O' Hearts" No. 5.
Y SPARKLETS *
lal Mention Caught Over the *?
itreets of Anderson *
No Time Lost
lu Spoking Luw.
Evidently I). J. Hicks ?OPP not be
lieve In letting the grass grow umlei
Ula feet, according to a statement
made Saturday by the officials of thc
street rullway system. On circus duy
in Anderson Mr. Hicks* team wae
struck by a street car and lils mule
was killed. Yesterday tho Southern
Public Utilities Company reeeivod no
tice from Martin, Oreen & Enri?'that
their llrm had been retained by Mr.
Hickfl and that any adjustment of the
matter would have to be made through
Foot Ball Game
Was Called OIT.
Every student at the Anderson High
School and especially the members of
the football squad experienced keen
disappointment Saturday morning
when a telegram was rocelved from
the Wofford Eitting school conveying
the news that the game for next Mon
day afternoon would have to be prost
ponsd. No explanation wa3 offered for
this action, although the letter sahl
that a game to be played on October
19 could Iv arranged. Members of the
A. H. S. team wish thc public to un
derstand that the postponement of the
game was made necessary through no
fault of the local players.
The price of cotton continues ll to
drop and Anderson farmers take ''. a
tighter hold on every bale overy|!tirae
a fraction of a cent ls chopped off.
Saturday local buyers were offering
only 7 1-8 cents\per pound and practi
cally no cotton was offered for sale.
Anderson fui Tin-; n y that they will
get 10 cents or starve and if they keep
up their determination they will even
tually get their own price.
?.Pst1* Drew Goes
To (Jreein Hie.
"Pat" Drow, the clever Blnger who
has been at the Bijou theatre for the
last two weeks, will leave thia morn
ing for Greenville where ho will slog
at the Iiijou theatre during thc com
ing fortnight. Mr. Drew says that he
never Baw a town ho liked better than
f ho doe? Anderson and he will be gen
uinely pleased to come back here at
. no distant dste. Ile made many friends
in Anderson and they will all welcome
IiIH return engagement.
(.'minni: Mt ."thu:
Will Oruw Crowds.
The announcement was made Sat
urday by Rev. Dr. John P. Vines, pas
tor of the First Haptist church of An
', derson, to the effect that a series of
revival meeting.! will begin at his
j church on Sunday, October 18. Dr.
?.Vines has secured the services for
! .this meeting of Hr. Lindsey J. Willlam
i s.ion of St. Louis, one of the most not
ied liaptist divines in the United States.
..The meeting will attract large crowds
land Dr. Willlamston will he greetetl
by apprechttlvo audiences.
A Needed If est.
The Anderson policemen got s
much needed rest Friday and Satur
day.-.That they worked and worked
hard on circus day ls an acknewledg
I ed fact, nineo the fines Friday morn
lng amounted to about $250, but on the
following day there was not a single
arrest ronde and Saturday splendid
i order was maintained. The evll-doerB
were conspicuously absent and the
"cops" had a chance to loaf on the Job
throughout the day.
do On Excursion
S. W. Westbrook. Industrial agent or
he Georgia aud Florida railway, and
E. Key, representative of a Georgia
?arm company, were engaged yester
lay in making plans for running an
excursion train from this city to
points in Southeast Georgia. The
trip has boon planned especially for
I the benefit of Anderson county plant
ers dejirlng to change their location
j and to settle elsewhere. The Georgia
and Florida railroad is behind the
, scheme and their industrial agent says
I that when Anderson planters see the
fertile fields of Georgia and Florida
they will be willing to stop and locate.
The Georgia and Florida runs from
j Augusta, Ga. to Tallahassee, Fla.
j m -o
I Here Saturday.
A. J. Langford, manager of the
harlotte office of the Ford Motor Car
Company, waa in Anderson Saturday
representative of the Ford cdsppany.
Mr. Langford Hays that his company J
business has picked up wonderfully
within the hist few weeks andthat
officials of the Ford company say that
business will be normal again in a
mutter of fiftin-n or twenty days. He
said that he was well pleased with ?
the manner in which Mr. Todd is hand
ling Anderson county.
First Fine On
New Traffic Law.
Automobile drivers and other vehi
cle drivers around Anderson may have
thought. that thc city officials were
jest lng 'when it wus announced that
the traffic laws of driving to the right
must bo observed. Possibly some be
lieved that the officials were In ear
nest but certainly many did nat. How
.ver, as that may be, several arrest3
have been made within the last few
days on this charge and one defend
ant was fined S5.00 in police tourt a
morning or so ago for disregarding
the Instructions of the officers. After
a few days tho drivers will come to
realize that it ls geling to cost them
something every t'.me they violate the
Ila fl road Men
Hal Kina rd. Industrial agent of the
Georgia railroad with offices in Spar
tanburg, spent Saturday in Anderson
in thc interest of his road. Mr. Kimmi
succeeded Tohn Ferguson, well known
to Anderson people, who died not long
ago. Mr. Kinara says that he likes
Anderson fine and thinks this would
bo a good place for hts office.
All the Children
The special service? for the child
ren of Anderson, held Saturday morn
ing In St. John's Methodist church, at
tracted a lares number of the young
people of the city and they all enjoy
ed every minute of the affair. The ser
mon preached by Rev. John W. Spcake
made a deep impression upon them and
Mr. Speake says that he considers this
particular service one of the best he
has ever hcl""
New Iden at
The Olympic ice cream parlor has
Introduced an innovation In the way of
serving o^f* drib's*. Having reached
conclusion that ordinary glasses are
not as sanitary for drinking purposes
as they might be, this up-to-the-mln
ute store has received a large mini
bor of paper cups in which they are
serving drinks at their fountain. The
proprietDrs of thc atore say that th?
public is well pleased with the idea.
Hus Made Goad.
Ensign S. Haden Geer, who was
gnrn and raised in Helton, son of Mr.
and Mrs. H. M. Geer, who left some
woks uso for China, hai geon promot
ed to commander in chief of tho .Wa
tte fleet. Thia news wu3 cabled from
Shanghai, China, September 24, to the
United States. Commandor (Jeer will
be stationed at tho Phllliplae inlands,
and he should have retched there thc
lirst of September.
Commander Geer han made wonder
ful r i^reBs in one year. He ls only
24 years old and his standing m thc
United il:fete* navy is 0 r-i.-.rd lu bc
At a meeting of the special commit
tee of city council, appointed for thc
purpose of having constructed a stonr
drain from South Main street dowt
Market street to Peoples street, mel
Saturday morning and awarded th?
contract for the construction of th<
drain to W. W. Johnson. His bid wai
for brick, $2,150 and for concrete, $1,
?25. rt is understood that the draii
matter has retarded the work of tb?
C. & W. C. railroad and since it ha:
been settled it is presumed that th?
work will gv. abeid.
The Anderson Chamber of Com
merce distributed to large in an nf ac
turers in Anderson's territory copie:
Df an interesting traffic announcemen
made by thc Southern Ry. willi refer
i-nco to South American business. Thi
announcement contained some vcr;
valuable information, and additiona
copies of same may be obtained fron
Hommercial Agent L. B. Harris, car
iho Blue Ridge Ry., In this city.
B. O. Evans & Company, who ar
liberal users of, newspaper advert?s
lng and who always get splendid re
suits from their advertising of what
ever nature, Saturday placed a con
tract for 2,500 square feet of big
srade metal slgnB-outdoor nr roa
?igns-which will be used on th
more prominent thoroughfare.- lead
Ins Into Anderson. All these slam
will bc of the newest style and of the
very best materials. They are tb be
manufactured by a local concern,
which is a sufficient guarantee that
they will be all right as is everything
else "Made in Anderson."
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I Personal ?
Hubert Smith, of Chedder, was in
the city yesterday for a few hours.
John T. Bryant, a well known trav
eling man of Gaffney, was In the city
A. H- French, of Charleston, has
been spending a few days in the city
A. M. Lumpkln, of Columbia, was
among the guests at the Chhiuola ho
W- J. Orr, of Rock Hill, spent yes
terday in the cit, on business.
C. C. Kay, of Townvllle, wau in An
derson for part of yesterday.
Reece Fant, of Townvllle, spent a
few hours in the city yesterday
William Whittaker, of the Flat Rock
section, was in the city yesterday fc\
a few hours.
Alvin Cowan, of Martin township,
was among the visitors to the city
Mite May Hlnnant, of Pendlctoi
was 'shopping in the city yesterday.
W. C. Petrie, of West Pelzer, was
in the city yesterday for the teacher's
Jaiwco Ci itr??^ *, o? Ute Rock ?v?i?is
section, spent yesterday in the city
. Brown Warlaw, of the Broai?7.?y
section, was in Anderson yesterday on
J- H. Wrght, of F.ock Mills, spent
a few hours in the city -yesterday.
C. C. .TniiM ?nil v. w r?v.?Tv.v.i
Starr, spent a few hours? in the city
Miss Ethel Cole and Miss Gertrude
Mahaffy, of Pendleton, were shopping
in the city yesterday
I Miss Robbing, of Townville, anent
j yesterday in the city with friends.
J. E. Horton, of Belton, was among
the well knovra visitors to i'ae city
Henry Moseley, of Downdesviilo,
spent yesterday in the city on bunl
Mliis Aileen O'Donnell has roturncd
from a visit to friends and relatives
at Asheville, N. C
Frank Skelton, of the Roberts sec
tion, was in the city yesterday for.a
If A- Todd, of Starr, spent part o?
yesterday in the city on business.
Mrs. J. Ki Anderson, of Anderson,
R. F. D., waja in the city yesterday
for a few hours.
Mr- and Mrs- Major McCown have
returned from an extended trip to
The forty-five acres ad
vertised here for the last
few days was sold today
. We still have the tract
of forty-two acres, seven
miles above the city for
sale-on easy terms.
Anderson Real Estate &
E. B. li ort on, Pres. L. S. Horton V. P.
W. F. Marshall, See.
At TH IE PALM ETTO ail this Week
B. M. GARFIELD PRESENTS :
"THE CANDY r-IDI c"
'.Too Many Wives"
A Play That Has Made Million? Lau gh. 12 Big Musical Numbers. 8
Pretty Chorus Girls, ll People. P lenty of Dancing. Pretty Costumes.
Movies FOP Monday :
"Foggs Millions." Two reel special featur?. (Drama) .. Vitagraph
"Fable bf Two Mandolin Players'9. ( Drama) .._.. ?ssan#.y
"Thc Vases of Hymcan" (Comedy). .Vitagraph
ntire Change of Bili Nightly