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"The Man Prom Mexico?*
Featuring JOHN BARRYMORE
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Cotton Market * i
Teak Big Jump.
Though the prevailing price of cot
ton on the local market yesterday
was 7 3-4 cents, there were a few salea
made whero the staple brought as
high as 8 * < cents a pound. The lat
ter prlco .if coarse, for the host
gradeB of c eton. The rise in price ot
cotton has had a wonderful effect on
the mood of the general public. On
every. hand the upward trend of tho
market ia noted and commented upon.
There, ls more optimism, and'less ot
pessimistic talk on the streets than
there has been in many days.
Dr. Carman WDJ
Preach Here Today. .
? Dr. dohn C. Cannan, secretary of the
South Carolina International Sunday
School Association, who will take part
in Sunday School Intsltutes to be heh.'
in the county this week, will preacn
this morning at St John's Methodist
church and this evening at the First
Baptist church. All the ministers of
the city, including Cluck Mills, to
gether with those . bo are to take part
tn - the county. inst; .itea, are request
ed to meet at 2-30 o'clock this after
nnnn at the First Baptist church.
Y SPARKLETS *
aal Mention Caught Ovar tba *
Greeta of Anderson ?
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Engineer ."Hamey" Hogben
Taken ni on Engine.
Hundreds of people all along tko
route of the Blue Ridge railway, be
tween Walhalla and Belton, will re-,
gret to learn -of the illness of Engi
neer Raymond Hughes. The popular
I engineer was taken ill at bis post of
?duty at the throttle of the train which
passed through here yesterday after
noon at 6 o'clock en route from Bel
ton to Walhalla. It is stated that nc
3uffered an attack of acute indiges
tion. He was taken from bis engine
at Seneca where be was giren medi
cal attention. At 8eneca another engi
neer toole the tram on to Walhalls.
The loss of time On account of the
changes . necessary at Seneca caused
A delay of something like an hour In
the arrival of -the gas-electric car
last night'from Walhalla Mr. Hughes'
scores of friends th rough t this Bec?
tion will wish for him a speedy re
turn to good health.
On Blae Ridge,
The derailing of a freight car ot
train No. 7, running from Belton , tv
Walhalla, Friday afternoon -caused ?
delay of abbat one boorin the arrivai
i Here are a few things that bring^^i^
K out of old closest. Even flie miter shafefcsihis
?S -pound bag" ?htest ?ranulat^d ?u|ir^ 1
. Monday (with a $2, purchase) for ol
pf Limited, One to a Customer..
50c Stick Brooms, special trimmed, made in-Anderson; Keep !
your money at home and cave 25c-Monday ea?jt iSu*
Cne Jot of Ai?. Silk Crepe De Chine Waists, worth W-00
; only. ._9.98
gi 5.CO Wash Silk Dresses; our regular price 512.50, ff
cw Style Suits, orth gl5.0?-?Our bargain piMp
: o.oo and ?12.50, Monday Choi ;?.98
|^ over 5lo : Extra VaJj^at
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^ Ooo?? Apron Qin^ ^ ^ ,j
ot the down passenger train. As the']
freight train, waa making its way in- f
to Seneca the trucks of one of .the
freight cara left the rails. .The track1
waa torn up for a few feet, but the
damage was soon repaired. The -fact
that the car .vas a new one, and had
not become tiioroughly shaken down,]
and ran Into a section ot track that
had- been weakened on account Of re
cent heavy rains, is believed to have I
caused the mishap.
Fine, fat Belgian Carnaux squabs]
were oflered for sale yesterday in thc
city and sold readily..bringing fancy]
prices. The squabs were raised by D.
A. Peed of Belton, who has some SO
palra of old birds and who baa been
rasing squabs on a small scale for
the market for the psst several
months. Mr. Reed stated some time
ago that If the people of Anderson
care ior this delicacy and will .agree
tb eat them, be will make efforts to
furnish them with mest in this line.
Brief Session e?
A brief -session ot recorder's, court1
was held yesterday, but one case be-,
lng before' the bar of justice. In thia
Instance the offender proved to be
Alvin Norman, who faced charges of
drunkenness. He was convicted and
sentenced to pay a fine of $5.00}
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: Her Old Charter.
According tea certificate filed inj
the office of Clerk of court from Sec
retary. Of State R M. McCown. the I
town oi Belton has Its charter and
hereafter will operate under the pro
visions ot Article II. Chapter XLVIII,,
code of 1912.
' Set at Liberty.
After spending a night in the coun
ty jail on charges growing out ot his
having purchased goods from a mer
chant and secured the debt by giving
the. merchant an order on his wages
due from the mill and himself col
lecting the money before the merchant
had time to present the claim, A.
Thomas, a white man of the Orr Mills
section, waa released yesterday morn
ing from) the county Jail and allowed
to. return to his family, who were re
ported to be sadly ia need of his wa
ges to provide the necessities of life.
The wife and three babies ot the men
called upon Magistrate Broad we ll and
besought bim to release the husband
and father. But the magistrate could
not turn the man loose upon such
grounds. Finally the prosecuting wit
ness, the merchant who had sold
Thomas the goods, rama in and an
nounced that he and Thomas had
made a satisfactory settlement of the
matter and that so far as he waa con
cerned the master could drop: One
of the foremen of the mill stated that
lie would ont Thomas to work and
give bim Ute opportunity ot providing
for his wi>!. and children and paying
his obligations. With matters taking
Ibis tura? Magistrate boadwell Imme
diately sent the Jailer a discharge mr
the Imprisoned man.
While Serving dang..
Despite the feet that he was ser.-lng !
1 sentence on tho chsingaag for hav
ing Violated a. law. C. V. Volts, color
id, committed another breach ot the
law by collecting bia wages from the
Bro ?AV? Mill when '.VA HmA nlrauty
ooade an assignment cf the money , to
mother. Aa soon as the negro had
inisaed serving his sentence on tue
sang, he was arrested and ha ul. 4 be
fore Magistrate Broedweii on th? met
ier ot collecting hie wages when he
had already ?.?r*gscd th?=* io another.
rh? negro pleaded guilty and waa aen
:enced to serve 30 days on the chain
to. Murray Riley
Dr. Murray Riley who came back
0 Anderson several months ago fron?
West Virginia. In search of a locality
bat waa better adapted to his health?
aaa decided Chat la Baltimore he Sada
1 climate that le better suited tc hts
lealth than any other city. Conse
iceutly he has decided to locate la
hat city for tho practice of hts paw
Mrs. Riley will remata hera
relatives and friends tor some
With tbs Yierld.
Admitting that he had violated
aw and declaring that he had cots
*ack for the purpose of squaviag th)
Batter up and paying all other debts
might owe the city or county f-r
.teases he had indulged ia during
yean. ?Tcd Sics yesterday took
grace the decree af Mafia.
Iwcll in beoteuctng aim to
30 days ott the chaingang for violation
ot a labor contract. Rice stated teat
be was glad to get back and square
the nutter np with bis former employ
er. "And I don't know who else wants 1
me." he humbly said, 'bat I am now
ready to square up everything wrong
that I have ever done. I sm going to
stay on the chaingang until 1 get
straight with the world. Ot coarse I
could work oat this debt tor my boss, |
bat if be wants me on the gang why
of course I can serve it out there, and
do it in less time. Besides. I can get I
plenty to eat and a warta place to j
sleep on the gang, and that s?lta me.'
W. O. Marett Wen
W. O. Marett won the second annu
al pass to the Palmetto Theatre, mo*
curding to an announcement last night I
by Manager Plnkston following the j
drawing for the selection of the lucky
number. There are sis more annual
passes to be given away by this vaude
ville and motion picture playhouse.
Forman Desires to Cross Batel
With Clemson in Antkr
A 'communication received yester
day by'the secretary ot the chamber
of commerce from the management of
the Furman University athletic asso
ciation of this Well known institution
is anxious to ?tage in Anderson ' a
game ot baseball with Clemson Col
.The letter augg?stes that the game
be played herb ra early spring, aa
wou)d hive to <r* the- case on account
of the closing.! time of the colleges.
The matter has been referred to the
entertainment committee of t?e cham
ber cf commerce, who will give lt
proper consideration, itt .was stated
yesterday, officially, that tf suitable
grounds could be had; lt is probable
that the game would be arranged aa
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WOI Be Used Upon
Night of Aiktfat-eesVo New
C. H. Bleich, manager of the Bleich
Amusement company, of Hopklnsvtlle,
Ky., lessees of the new Anderson thea
tre, announces to tho Chamber of j
Commerce la. a letter received yester- [
day that he plans to use "serpentines"
on the opening night of the playhouse,
which bas been set for February ll.
Andorsoniaas Who have "done" tba
theatres uf New York or other large
cities on nights when gala attrsctions j
of this nature were pat On know all
Mr. Bleich atoo sutes that be plana j
to invite tao governors of South and
North Carolina and Georgia to attend
the opening of the theatre and the
presidents of the Piedmont and North
ern, the Bise Ridge and* tbs Charles- |
ton ds Western Carolina railways.
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When tTdse- fa ravish sundi sick
fire "Cararma Svnm }?
love. twa.; "fruit la-tatlve.''
g else cleeves tbs tender
siomaca, liver, and be weis so nicely.
A child simply will ott atop praying
to empty the bowels ant the result is.
?bey become tightly clogged with
waste, Ihrer gets sluggish, stomach
soars then your little one becomej
cross, naif-sick, feverish, don't eat.
ileep or oct naturally, breath is bad,
system foll of cold, bas sore throat,
stomach-ache or diarrhea. ? latr?a.
Mother! See if tongue is coated,
thea Sive a teaspoonful of "Califor.
am Syrup of Figs." ead in a few
boara all tho constipated westo, sour
Mle and ttndjgcsted food passes ont
af the system, and yon have a well,
playful chf'd again.
Million i of mothers give "Califor
nia Syrop of Figs- because lt ls per
fectly bxrmlees; cblldwm love 1
lt never fall? ts set on Ike
liver and bowels.
Ask your druggist for a so-cant bot.,
tie of "California Sxt jp af Figs".
hs? fall directions for babies,
m of all agaa and to stown
plaisly printed on tba bottle.
'*re of'.co*4a*erfelts ?old here. Oet
genuin?, msda.tw ^itonu* 3J
?p Company.*1 Retaso any otb
sr kind with contempt. v_
Mrs. J.- L. Pettigrew o' ?va .was
among toe shoppers in 'he etty yes
terday. ? .- ,.
. 'J.'JE. tf?iv?n*, ?? Pendleton was
among the visitors in the city yester
was in the
Bruce Pruitt of. Bi*?* "*s among
th? visitors in thocity yesterday. '
R. L. Sullivan of Town ville was in
the city yesterday f6r a short While.
Thompson of the county
city yesterday. '
Stonewall J. watson of the Salem
section Was In the city yesterday.
L. M. Mabaff ey o.* the Hopewell
f ection was among the visitors tn thc
J. H. Ballard of ' Pendleton was
among the visitors in. the 'city yes
C. L. Watkins or. Belton waa In tnV
city yesterday on business. .
: J* O. Harper of the Eureka section
was among the visitors in the city.
Olm Cajnpbeil af Baton waa a etsV
?or In the city yeaty^SF,
Clarence reynolds ot the Roberta
section was tn the'city yesterday for
a short while.
L;E. Campbell of the Eureka sec
tion waa in the c|ty .yesterday.
R ft. Ooyfe ci tb* Lebanon sect!?* j
as ia the city yesterday. 1
i R H. Norris of the Roberts section J
wa? among the visitors In the
vee?oS,^4i 0? V$ff. Sv< ^
J. N. Gembrell of the cou? - a
visitor in the city yesterday.
Miss Janis McClure of the Oreen
Pond section was shopping ta tah etty
yesterday. ' ' .. . . ... ? ?
Z. c. Ballantine of Ute county wes*
in the city yesterday.
Mrs. John MeCownot the Mountain
Creek section waa la tho eRy yester
j: R Chamblee of Savannah" tbwh
sbip waa amen* tho visitors la the
etty yesterday. . .
W. B. King bf the county was la th?
? i i '
D. P. West ot Roberta was among
the visitors in the pity yesterday.
W. K. Garrison of - Bandy Springs
waa tn tba city yesterday.'
* H. M. Garrison of Denver waa a vis
itor In the city yesterday.
Jesse Cllakccatas of Starr wes in
the city yesterday, .
? A. F. Wilson .-at idia.,. county waa
among the visit?te in tue city yester
Boss Norris nfVAittevllie wag '.ta
the city yesterday: fer a short white.
spent ye^rda,rja^ffcl^; T
Forman Martin of Lebanoo sscuoa
waa amone the visitors in the dtp
W. O. Kay baa returned to Belton
after a short stay in Ute city, r.
P. W. Lyon of Ute Flat Rock sec
tion spent yesterday ia the city.
Baxter Shiner or the Roberta sec
tioa was In the etty yeaUrday.
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Miss Ruth Martin of the Lebanon
section was shopping In the etty yes
John Misters of the Mountain Creek
section waa in tho etty yesterday.
'., Mles It&et cele of. Pendleton waa
a violfbr in the etty yesterday.
Min Frances' Sa?r?ey of Keel*
Creek war In the etty Saturday.
Mm May Herron of Starr spent
yesterday in ?he city.
M. Jones ot frlat Rc wa? a vii
Itor In- the city yetterday. -
W. IL Sherard of WiillatnetoD was!
a visitor la the etty yesterday.
J. H. Kev ot Hopewell was among
those spending yesterday In the city.
I M!" Hollie Welhorn of tho Mc Lees
school was la the city yesterday.
L. E. Welborn of the Lebanon sec
tion spent yesterday la the etty.
j i if
Miss Aleta Col? of Pendleton was|
shopping in the city yesterday. '
CA. Wei bo rn of tho Lebanon sec- j
t lon was in tbs city yesterday.
; .. . $ ? ?2-i i f ? ? .
Ly B, Mart lu of tb? Hopewell sec
jtlon was in the city yesterday.
! B. A- Breareal? of Pendleton waa a j
vtsltor la ?te .city yesterday.
Miss ??ab?f?fsyKof Pendleton was]
among iba. visitors tn the city yester
Wade Drake, well known farmer of |
the county, was la tho city saturday.
i- W. ?A. Webb nt,the county, spent yes
terday ta the cn?.
^.?"'TASl?eby nf'the county was a j
.-isltor in the city yesterday.
& C-fcrtfiit? bf Plercetown was laj
the city yesterday.
. :. W. F. ?annt of Siedsvllle. N. C., was ]
In the city yesterday.
of the county was In
the etty yesterday.
. Miss Irene Ooer of the Neate Creek I
section was in the etty yesterday.
' P. a. Pettigrew has returned from I
a visit to WdgeBeld.
Oliver Casey of the Septua section
waa among .tho visitors In the city
' a hi McAdam? 0f Aatrevllie was I
l* the. #ty. yesteraey.
: a S"^b rrf Towsvil'e we-, ?? |
ibo city rwterday.
Mrs. Jota Wyatt Kay ot thc Leba-J
ls visiting her darunter,
i, c. W. bean of the Robert section
waa among the visitors In the city
?at ur dav.
J, Jt'?dlt of Central is visiting bls|
daughter. Mrs. C, O. Gunter, on Oreen
ville street. 1
ed ia May ot Straw Rep*>nret3
to Bon II ' '
f Uniecii lewelers and otb or raercb -
ants receivinggoods packed in bay or
straw make aa affidavit that they will
Kira aU peking material as soon as
lt if received, no moro shipments of
roods to those merchant* . can be
tas? c. nts step is required by the
Baited States government as a result
?vt the cattle epidemic now existing
Letters were received yesterday by
% armiber of AadsHon'btercbejntH set- <
? abor* facts, each let
g a blank form in which
?jkV% watten.. The.
'b? >a-?ij?ri? in om?orm ai
you no longer have to walt or .ead
away for your glasses, j I have one of
the mest complete Grinding Planta tn
the flouth izi ?very convenience to
torn out your work promptly. Ton
cant realise what I neve - in ma
chinery unless you visit tay place. I
can duplicate your lens-don't care
who made lt or it you break it all to
pieces . don't worry como here. 1
can refract the most difficult case of
eye trouble and write the prescription,
grind your glasses add guarantee the
very acme ot precision. I have a r*c
ord I am jurtly proud ol abd I am
keeping pace with tba confldede* ihe
people of my town have in a >. This
ls What actuated rn? ih Che ?1 tehees
of the Plant and lt you could Just
- All i ask is: try me with your nett
ranging from 83.00 to t&/00 Up for a
complete Job/Repair anything In the
Optical lina, . duplicate your. lenses
having me do your. Optical work. If
anyone tells yon that* S dc** grind
good glasses in Anderson. ,! JW***>gtve
you 126.00 for proof of otatemcnt.
When you have trouble with your ?yee
or glasses, think of me'.I am Oie sure
remedy. Also remember the place.
No. 112 W. Whitner 8t , Ground
Floor. Telephone Connection.
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h*cr?^r*?kiiu?. snotting or ? dull,
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ache Powders which 'edit only io
cents a package at any drag, store.
It's the quickest, surest headache re
lief in tho whole world. -Don't sui.
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and women bave fftaWlh^tiayrtiinoo
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I ?a ?ow located over . W. A.
Power's Grocery atora at 212 L3
8. Itala Street, f thank my
friends for their past patronage
and ask continuance of same,
I make plates al ?8.50
I make Jd cr^wna^OO
Sflver ffilmga, 60c and op.
I make a specialty of treating
Pyorrhea, Alveolarls at *hfe gums
and all crown and bridge, work
and regulating mal formed teeth.
All work guaranteed first-class. .
S. G. BRUCE
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We are now sole agent for the famous
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