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title: 'The Anderson daily intelligencer. (Anderson, S.C.) 1914-1915, November 22, 1914, Page PAGE SIX, Image 6',
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Comfort in Reading
You will welcome these big,
?roomy glasses just as you do your
smoking jacket and slippers. Let
us show you how light and easy
fitting they really are.
Prices $3.50 to $5.00 and up.
M. R Campbell
Office 112 W. Whitncr St.
HIGH OFFICIALS OF
WILL ARRIVE MONDAY NIGHT
TO INSPECT PROPERTIES
OF THE C & W. C.
ON SPECIAL TRAIN
Reception Committee From
Chamber of Commerce to
HONKA PATH, 8. C.
"OLD FIDDLER'S CONTEST"
Several emmi prises given away. AU
fid Fiddlers invited to attend a PKEK
bank., jiving Huppert ni 11 lie given
mam at The City Cafe.'
"BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG"
In r? parts will be shown on same
"BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG"
."OLD FIDDLER'S CONTEST"
'. * ?.?ember S6th, Thanksgiving Day.
?Mrs. B. E. Allen of Anderson, R. F.
Jp., was in the city, yesterday for a
. jj McCorley of Anderson, H. F.
B?. spent a few hourn in the city yes
President J. R. Kenly of the Atlan
tic Const Lino Railroad. General
Manager A. vv. Anderson of the Char
leston k Western Carolina Railroad,
together with other officials of both
lines will arrive in Anderson Monday
night on ii lour of Inspection of pro
perties -.>f tho companies. The party
ls makin;; u tour of the state in which
theBe companies Imve holdings and
traveling in a Bpeclal traiu. Upon
their arrival here they will be met
hy a reception committee from the
chamocr of commerce and accordcl
every attention while here.
It is understood that tho officials
j are coining here primarily to inspect
work which ?B under way on the new
terminal site of the C. ? W. C. rail
road, and that they will remain here
until Tuesday morning. Others in the
party, it ls reported, are Henry Wal
ters, chnlrmun of the board of direct
ora of the A. C. L. Michael Jenkins
and Waldo Newcomer, bankers of
Baltimore and stockholders in the A.
C. L. road, and R A. Brand.
The committee from tho Chamber
of Ooramorce which will meet the
railroad officials ls composed of the
following: Messrs. A. 8. Farmer, B.
O. Evans. M. M. Mattlson. W. W.
Smoak. R. 8. Ligon, J. 8. Fowler. W.
L. Brlssey. and J. D. Hammet
It is understood that these officials
having visited several states wherein
their company has holdings for the
purpose of holding directors' meet?
ings In accordance with the laws of
those states. Meetings of this nature
have been held at Richmond, Savan
nah and Jacksonville.
.'.Thomua Martin of Williamston waa
omonK the visitors" to spend yester
day in the city.
TJ. E. Martin of the Hopewell see
as In the etty yesterday on
Mr. and Mrs. William Martin of
Anderson, R. F. D.. were shopplg In
the city yesterday
C. M. Duck wo. th of the Lebanon
section was in Anderson yesterday
for a short stay.
Miss Carby Barby, one of the teach
ers In the Oreen Pond school, ie
spending the wek-end In the city with
the family of W._C. Balley.
OF COURSE, we know that you
can buy cheaper merchan
dise than we sell
-Cheaper in Price and
Cheaper in Quality
But you cannot buy trie kind we sell cheap
er. Right how. [this good "Quality Shop" is
ottering you many genuine' bargains in the
different departments Jthat are worthy of
yoirr considerations Especially in _
Ready ~to~ Wear
A few Coat Suits at about half price, others
one-third off and every suit, marked much
less than real worth. Let us impress the
fact that these suits are new-some of them
received this week, therefore newer and
better in style than any in the city. Also
Coats at bargain pries. v
You can buy an extra Hat at your own price
I most. M a nv nrpttv *rirnc ?uct o'lt of v/ork
a ? -j t-J ------ J-~?? ~V?V V? TW V. ?
room. Come in, look around-you'll be
pleased with the offerings. xS&a
To Men-and Women
Who Bay for Men:
There is one thing in this
world more than anything
else which stands between clothing
buyers and a full dollar's worth.
It is- Habit!
The reason so many
men are satisfied with a $9.99 result in clothes
at a $25 price is that they judge values in the
light of ten years agd. They base their esti
mate of their money's worth, not on what they OUGHT to get,
but on what they have been used to getting.
The deep rut of habit keeps
them from bcc^ng the great advances that have been made to
ward modernizing the making of- good clothes. . i
But more and more people
sure acquiring new standards-^fugher standards-of clothing
values. * . + * *!
. . r.
More and more they are look
ing to thia atore as a greater value giver.
More and snore ?they are find
ing that in Schloss Baltimore Clothes-made by men and m?th
ode years in advance of the general understanding of tailor
mg-there is to be found the fullest measure of value, dollar
KI.. . . . ' ? 8 '
for dollar, it is at present possible* to produce.
The proof off this is not in
our statement here, but in the clothes themselves-the style,
the service, the fit, the comfort yon will find in the new fall
Schloss garments at m? '
$12.50 to $25.00
PARKER & BOLT
THE ONE-PRICE CLOTHIERS
*_ _'_ '_~~_ ' . _ ' ,,* " i ._* I ----i.lil llrillllM
FORMER ALDERMAN E, E. ELMORE HESft S3 ^le^gflS^
" "..?"*???? I liai* lall lill III bi bi sVlwIIIVlltxi is a monument to the former city re- ??to, but the ^ni**^mtVaMt WM "Under no clrcnnwUnces let aay
.s-as MA m*mm AISMIIA .J. - ? .... time that every member of that coud, arawa by the cHy, attorney. &int don? that will Interfere with
Til 8/D fir fMTV'D "IIIIIITr lllftlfH ?oom<? feel proud of. After the "What do I think of the "White Anqaraan'fl beautiful street lighting
I HI Se S Hr 1.1 I ff S Ulf HI I I" Ul fl ff matter of a 'White Way' had i?eo Way? I thl?k that the'city pf Ander- ay?em. in fact, I believe.that were
I HI Sill I Si S S Bl Bf Iii I I BIHI agitated to the extent where it waa son bas a bargain. I might say. that the situation allowed to reach the
RCBt.HU VI Will V ?ililli? lilli brought before the council inthc before s report was made to -'coupeil' ?tage wher* an attempt would be
_ shape ot a definite proposition, the coneerulng the matt??.-, I mad? an ex- made lo.take np tba system the tank
' 1 I ---'? maf?*r waa referred to a committee haustive study ot similar lighting eys- and nil* nf tho people e! .Anderson
f lf"^i-K _,?",'?r> ~i,v "r consisting cf Msycr Kcl?sssan, A?u%-1 terns tn cities of theiaoyttlr and. pro-4 would 'not permit a desecrating hand
THINKS CITY GOT BARGAIN. Anderson there'% '?*? Farmer and myself. The mayerlcared facts as to the coat of instal- to touch it?
_j_the city's maanifiocat ^?Whft?7 Wav" T-*1"1 no^eit, constituting a majo ruy j Ung such a syste-^ ttuuntenance ot ---
AND THAT IT HAD BETTER gjjf dlecoSttmed^? statement fl?L of 108 committee, reportad favorably the same, etc It might b* of lnterst Box Party.
BE KEPT former aWe?ma?^ E. BtaS??whV?? 00 the PTP?????? to Anderwniana^lrthey are not .1- A box party at Walker-kdBlmoyle
0t< recognised as the fattier of this beau- "However, before the enmnstn^ raadrawar? that school building will bp held Wednes
Ufal street lighting Wem. "concern- ha4 anne to'the ea^ ?, at; 7:80
* . m ,r -_L--j-u.ir.-cLr lB? tte ?ituatton. will-provo ot the lag to council that a ?White Way* b? -bare*J*^\.iu?u?t* ?nv ?^i?ek\- olrU reqnestasl to brina
CITY ATTORNEY ?re*test interest to fcttfcsns te?era!- establlahed. I consulted City Attorney 'l^lto Way g^^J^S^^ well ?lied boxea and tho,Ildya <heavy
, ?wa%*w*-a Jjp Q. Cullan Bulllvan concerning tho-etty.tn thc South. Our /*^^y? r^kct botikn. -,
- When Interviewed yeaterday by a matter. I requeated hun to advise me ?*t^ ^S^^It?^ii^i\f^^ --
ki:J-:\ L reporter for The Intelligencer. Mr. aa to the legality of the city eater* ^i^J^^I^S ?*^?? A.- Block of Storr waa amottk tan
Assured the Committee That Elmore eJtpreJWd the earnest hope lng into a contract with the Southern f.at?i^1 i ? M11'0'? spendlag 7sSterd?P^HBr?
Contrae? far U*htine Waa that not one single .duster ot the ole- Public Utilities Company for the ?a- JW0*'** J***0 VvtV :cfty- "
Contract for Lighting Waa Kant i,ghtln# ?ystem would be molest, tabllshment of a 'White Way/ and- I " TTJ^Jll,' J^ * "?* J?L
Lagai. od through the acUvlttea ot either the waa assured hy hun that there wa? ^c%^fit^^^^?^ Mrs. W. A. dement of Beltoa was
^ preaent or future connella. To bring nothing whatsoever that stood In tb? l?iM^V-tLS,..n^^ cltyWerd^Tfer *
-?- about any interference with the way of the city ot Anderson entering ^? ^? tiri ?i ?Jj! ^or^
lt w , . 4W."White Way," In any respect. Mr. El- Into a perfectly legal contract of thia ^I^.^aT. #?*i"0;^' ,.m9" . . -
It having been rumored that aa a raore ^t^; wouId .oMstitnie- a tat- natara. Barina been given this aaearv f?* J??' 4TJ2?L *h,n cltj? 04 B. L. Mccaskill of Ore?w^ baa
consequence of city council's recent ai migtake for the etty, and one that ance, by the legal adviser ot etty Anarraon is paymg. baan oeeno?sg a few ?aya ta Ufa etty
action In regard to tba franchUwiibe clUsens. hw believed, would> not council, the committee made ita re- "Another fact I would call attar- --
granted by the previous council to faa ?Zierate. port recommending the drawing ot * tlon to ls t!?t ^Anderson secured, the ~, ?. L^'iaekaoa ot Iva waa In Ander
Southern Public UttUUea Company, to! ^1 waa haarUly la favor ot the ea- contract te tba eetabuaaraeat ot the. inrtaJlaMoa of the ilrntlng systew son yesterday for a sho.t ftt*