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"Thc Ander Si
rR3 DAY, FEBI
(Auspices Anderson 1
LE COMTE and
THE GORGEOUS MV
BY ADAMS, IiOLK
A MUSICAL GEM OUTCLASSING AL
THE WA7ER-FETE AND BANQUl
THE BLl'E AND SILVER BALLET.
TRANSFORMATION TO THE LAI
A C?r?iitl Illumination of Flowers and 1.
Seats now on salo by co.-v.-.tee consisting of R. R. King, Chsirm ar
Reserved t?eac* on sale Tuesday, Feb. 16th, 9:30 I
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* ELECTRIC CITY SPARKLETS *
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* llecos of Interest ftbd Person** Mention Caught Over tba *
* / VvTrelcss on the Streets of Anderson ?
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igt-l';/!-.. -ii <??u< ?>.M Wt t-}:-t,i\.ntn\ ".?.5-.*?V.M: ? '<tfs?v< . %>.
Copora! or Was TWO (.rrriulBV
Phoning Uh? Hand, litigier? Herr.
Manurer Fie? Sn. Burnett nt thc Anderson had tito distinction yen
Pari*i1"'.:::*. th^atrq unconac'ouKly ex- terduv o Ihorborlng at thc mimo tinto
cited thu Interest ?>f authorities of tho two or Glr'ienvllto'? most prominent
'nw yesterday lr. <m advertisement ard progressive cltteoifa. Capt. Joh?
which lie WRS displaying with refer- p. Marshall, uir.yor or the city, and
Once to un attraction at thlj popular col. C. 8. Wobh. ferber .U?ioriii??;and
aihuB^mvut house. Thu program an- .??miidato' Tor mayor and one ot thc
iiouncpd for tho day mated (lint Ihe bigges; Inland cotton lookers In tho
"Man WR tho Hov" would hi th? at- south, (upi. .Marshall ls now serv
t ra vt lon 'or that day al the Pur;?- inp hin second term as mayo.r Upon
mount; Later In th?' day. wir ii IV tho nuMidlng ?>ut of his tlr.-t two yeura
lilm failed to M-HVO, Manager P.uruou m chief executive or the city, ho >ol
Jiad thc ?lan *??iulnd down ort tl!?' unturlly retired. II? was succeeded
Wagon und tho following on?? soibFt'- hy Henry Briggs, who serwd two
tuted; "Man on thc Uox Pulled tu Ar- years nn?l retired. Capt. Marshall de
rive--Conspiracy Being Shown." Ot ( ide?! in '-he mcantimo that he world
beera or the law woro naturally in- | trv to "como hack." and this he dui.
tfrested In Wntxw- who had cont.ptrcd though he was given a hard race by
to preventrtho .*rrlval or tho "Mun on ('oj. Webb, who served as alderman
tin; Box." put Lud their fears calme) durli.t Capt. Mar'hall's first adinlnls
lstor when they 'loamed that "Con- tratlon.
aplraoy" wits the name of the film play 0
tuted for thc "Mun on thc I Jo::.1 j" j" yutor
W. tV .M?ca?laTTf- i}? M* ,HSU?
He With. Anderson. comment on tho proposition launch
ll Jgta announced yost?:r?hiy that cd by thc chamber or commerce "Vll
Mr. VjfL'B. Mncuuluy, cellist In the or- rectors Wednesday night to bond Jhc
chcbtra at tho Paramount theatro. couniv f??r one million dollars Ar
hud tendered bia resignation to accept goul roads was vory genoral yestcr
Imllar position with tho orchestra day. One well known business man
being organized for "The Anderson" of the city, who ls something of a
theatre which ls to open Friday oven- philosophe -, suld In reference to the
lng, February l!?. Manager C H. matter: "Sure I'm ip favor ota roil
Blelch is securing the very best tal- Hon dollar bond issue for good roads.
for hl? orchestra, and doubtless I'm in lavir of anything that will get
will have one of thc best organisations rid of mud. Let .us have good roads
he found In this section of the to ride on and let posterity help pay
yuntry. the billi-. Ourn 'em. they don't worl.
Spot Cash Grocery
3 Innre can? tnatntccs. .?Oe
8 lb* can? Pork und Beans.lie
Austin Nichols and lo., Pork and Beans 3 for ?k?
z pound cans ?ausage meat.SUc
Miring Wau*, large ?ran* 8 for.?c
lie Peaches, largo cans 3 fer.i.?c
m Big hominy. Urge rans, 3 for...25e
8 cans salmon...Sit
8 bottles tomato catsup for....S5e
tiood molasses }n Jugs, per gallon.8Ac
Heme made molasses la Jugs per gallan . ..?oe
We ?ell the finest floor on earth. Wa seO kerosene oil
at 10c per gallon, but will not deliver it Unless you bay at least
:$1.00-worth ol groceries.
We divide our profits every day in the week with you.
We sure out for business.
Spot Cash Grocery
J. P. NOBLETT, Mgr.
li. .Male Street.
Llgoa * Ledbettcr Bslldlng.
uti' J nea
JH & HOWARD
L FANCIES Of The II
Willi MABEL LAFFII
LA VERE, FRAN
?T, A BRILLIANT AFFAIR.
VD OF THE MOON.
i; J. S. Fowler, Rufus Font, Leo Ge
a. m. Purchase your tickc
and have everything given to them; to
let ns enjoy good roads while wc are
alive und give posterity something to
do hereafter hy paying for our com
Reunion nf Prof.
Thc movement lo have a reunion WC-j
the nnpils'or Prof. W. J. Llgon has
been re vivi il. and thole who ure in
terested In thc mutter declaro that
they are not going to rest until they
have put the matter across, to use
populur phraseology." Stich a move
ment waa started some Axe or six
yrai': ago. but tlie reunion did not ma
ttvlali/.c. it ls probable that the j
ehauibe?' of commerce will bo asked '
to work np u homecoming week fori
thc. -e wno ?;ludlod under this celebrat
1 teedi rs Oath
Mr. C. H. Geiger yesterday received
ircm tlie secretary of state notice of
hts nomination for appointment us
magistrate in the city of Anderson.
Mr. Geiger lilied out the necessary
oath and returned lt to the occrctary
yestordiiy afternoon. As soon us this
ls received at Columbia .Mr. Geiger's
commission will bo forwarded him. It
la likely that he will receive lt the
first of thc approaching week. . Mr.
Geiger has not yet appointed a' depu
ty. Several men have applied tor tho
Brm Lan II uni Meeting
(If Directors Held.
The semi-annual meelina of thc di
rectors of the Andorsou Real Estate
and lin1 ^tment ('oinnany was held
yesterday morning in the ofllce of
-Preeldent E. R. Horton. In the new
ofllce building of Llgon & Ledbetter.
President. Horton's report showed the
affairs of thc company to be tn splen
did shape, despite the war, thc low
price of cotton aqd the calamity howl
er. This was not tho meeting at
which elections are held, but was a
session of the directors huid for the
purpose of acquainting them with the
affairs of the company.
Interest lp the
ludlcatloqs point lo the regular
monthly meeting ot the Anderson
. 'ounty Teacher 3 Association next
Saturus.* bein-1 ons of the largest at
tended on record. Tho meeting, will
be convened at noon in the West Mar
ket street school. The devotional ex
ercises will be conducted by the I "v.
W. C. Kirkland, editor of th? Southern
Christian Advocate. Music will be
rendered by Mrs. Earle and Mrs.
Spearman. The address of the oc?a
nien will HA nsede by 'Prof. Denle! o?
Clemson College. Lunch will be serv
ed those attending the meeting.
Cotton brought 8 1-4 cents yester
day on the st reel? of the city, this
being the price which has prevailed
for the past several days. A consid
erable quantity of the staple wa* of
fered for sale. Sales of cotton have
been comparatively heavy since the
staple went back to S l-t cents.
Goes to Meeting
Secretary Porter A. Whatey of the
chamber of commerce who left yes
terday of harboring nt the same time
V, EVA PHELPS, VERA
K HARSH, LEW NADEN,
* A. HOPWOOD AND
rVN BEAUTY CHORUS
260 NIGHT . /HE
isberg and J. M. Evana.
its from committee.
going to Columbia for the purpose
appearing before the legislators fro
thl3 county with r?f?renc? to the ml
lion dollar bond i-sue for good roa<
will, after the conference with tl
delegation, go on to Charleston ft
the purpose of unending the develo
ment and settlement conference ai
the meeting of tho State Secretar!
Association, both of which lire in se
sion tho-.o thia week.
In l'a v lng Streets.
Among the more prominent visito
In Anderson yesterday was Col. C.
Webb, one of Greenville's most pror
incnt and pr?g/es???*? tei??ucB.s n?e
( ol. Webb playctl a c^mudeuomv pa
in the paving of GrcewtTl?'a street
Wheo that elly took up thc matter
Issuing $300.000 bonds for street pa
?ng. Col. Webb was largely res pon .c
hie for th? measure passing. Win
these bonds had been issued ami tl
proceeds spent lt waa thought th
Greenville had reached lier bondit
limit. Hut Col. Webb, who was
that time chairman of thc city cou
ell committee on atrects und a vci
tablo apostle of .-tiver paving, act
dentally discovered that thc city lu
a bonding limit of $150,000 more. 1
rushed to the newspaper office wi
the story end within a- few bou
thereafter petitions were clrculotii
calling oi council to order an electh
on the question of issuing honda
the aliment of $150.000. The nece
snry ?es', dation had been enacted'
tho meantime and when the elect}<
was held tho measure passed With
whoop, and Greenville spent 5150,0
more on her splendid streets.
LOOK AT CHILD'S
TONGUE IF SICK
When constipated or bilious gr
/ j of Figs.?'
Lenk at the tom;nc, mother!
coated, lt ts a sure sign that your H
tie one's stomach, liver and howe
need a gentle, thorough cleansing
Wben peevish, ?-ross, listless. 'Ml
doesn't sieep. dost n't eat or act. nat
rally, or ls feverish. stomach sou
breath bad; has stomach-ache, so:
Croat, diarrhea, tull of cold. gi%
teaspoonful of "California Syrup
l i?s," and In a few hours all.
foul, constipated WM?*?, undi?
food and sour bile gently moves,,
of its little bowels without gril
and you have a well, playful
You needn\ coax sick children
tak? this harmless "fruit laxati*.
they love Its delicious laste, and
ways makes them feel splendid.
Ask your druggist for a 60-cent
tia of "California Syrup of
wbichahas directions for babies,
dren of all. ag?s ano for grown
plalnty on the bottle. Beware
counterfeits sold here. To be
yon get the genuine, ask to see
It ls mad? by "California ?tg
Company." Retune any other
LEFT FOR COLUMBIA
TO CONFER WITH DELEGA
TION AS TO BOND ISSUE
FOR GOOD ROADS
Senator Sherard Requesting Him
to Introduce Bill Bonding
County of $1,000,000.
ii mooting ot the stroet paving com
mitfcion will be held this evening af
rt 8:ly o'clock in th? office of Chairman
ta E. R. Hor'.on. in the now Ugon A
Lednetter office building, for tho pur
pose*, of discusing various matters
pertaining to the proposed bond Issue,
rc i hut particularly for the purpose of
giving a hearing to Gilbert C. White,
an engineer of Charlotte; N. C.. who
siuti that ho has been retained ? by
various'cities lo the Carolinas as con
sulting engineer while street paving
If; was bilng laid.
Mr. Horton was among those who
jp left for Columbia at 4:50 o'ciock yes
' tenis?- oi^rnoor. to appear'before the
?T A.i.i?rses, Ccaty ?osis?a?irs de?es*
! tton wita inference to the proposed
*.'. bond Issue for good roads in Anderson
u- .County. He expects'to return to the
ir. city ot 6i o'clock. this evening.' and
re meet with, the paving commission 15
si. minutes later in his office
of Among masters to como before thc
ie commission ?til be that pf circulating
ut - petitions r.alHnp on city connell to or
"I der the election on the question of. n
" bond Issue for street 'vpa vi ft gi Just
Jv aa soon as.the necessary legislation
'* j allowing the citlSens of Andersen to
rm i oj this question has been on
to not ;d ?ito law. which will probably
;" he thf week, the petitions will bo
I- nrepar d and placed tn circulation for
'the ali satures of freeholders.
L' , In s meering before the street pav
nf lag ocmnisston, Mr. ' Whit** under
let stand? that the commission is hot In
^ a post lon to engage a consulting en
C gincer at this time and that the com
T* miallo will be under no obligations
Er to hin Th? commissioners believe
?t that tri y will be able to learn nome
'ij thing flom Mr; White, as he is reputed
ia ba be in authority. ob street paving
A delegation Consisting of some 20
representatives of the chamber of
om?nente, city council and thc board
v. county commissioners left Ander
em yesterday afternoon ut 4:f>(?
)\ : ?ck. via the niue Rridgc Railroad,
lor Columbia, where they will ap
poar at 10 o'clock this morning be
fore the legislature delegation from
this i'?linty for u conference with ref
erence io the advisability of '?onding
thia county for one million dellars for
purpose ot constructing good roads.
As yesterday was the last day on
which new bills could be Introduced
in the general assembly, a telegram
was sent Senator Sherard from this
I ty requesting him to introduce In
both the senate and the house of rep
resentatives on Thursday a bill pro
riding for the bonding of the county
for ono million dollars for good roads.
The telegram stated that a large dele
gation would be in Columbia Friday
f-.ir a conference with the delegation
with reference to the advisability of
h?cll?g such a measure. The tele
gram to Senator Sherard yesterday
morning was for the purpose, of .get
ting a bill to this effect b?rore ?ioth
branc hes of the general assembly be
fore the time for introducing hills
had expired. Thc conference today
with the delegation will determine
whether -or not the bill is 'advisable.
If the delegation thinks it wisp to en
id such a measure at this tlmd;"then
(he bill which Senator Sherard waa
requested to introduce yesterday will
i?o enacted. If the conferenct develops
the fact that the bill ls not advisable
it this time, then its passage . r. ii]
lot he pressed and it will allowed to
Following is a copy of the telegram
iddre3scd ta Senator Sherard yester
"Large delegation leaving hero to
lay for Columbia good roads matter,
but notice that assembly has set rule
that no new hills can be Introduced
-iftcr today, so desire that h?ls bc
introduced in senate and house for
million dollar bond issue for Ander
son County, providing commission of
five and supervisor as ex -officio mem
ber, members of commission to be
named by delegation from different
parts of county; absolutely necessary
that this bc done, and If when de!"K?
llon gets there tomorrow do not
want bill then can kill. I ut hy all
means have same Introduced, making
?ame exactly like Greenville bill with
commission of five as stat ul. Delega
tion counting on your doirg this, and
will confer with details , tomorrow.
Delegation ?caves f?ur-tlfty train."
MEETSJT_6:15 P. M.
TO GIVE HEARING TO EN
GINEER OF NORTH CARO
LINA ON PAVING
Will Also Consider Matter of Cir
culating Petitions For Bond
Linton De Wol
A Two Reel Re
A Keystone Screaming
N. B. Next week
"The Base Ball Girls"
ta of Atlanta, where
capacity houses daily;
week there. This is
He is one of the feat*
judging from results, !
thc show business as w
1HA?TAUQ?A DATE IS
SET FOyift? TWELVE
HIS TO BE DATE OF BEGIN
NING OF WEEK OF
urenu Management Writes That
Program in Full Will Be Given
TJin opening dale for tho c,hai;t au
na nt Anderson lias been set for May
according to a letter received ye -
inlay at the chamber of commerce
.om H. M.. Kendall of the Redpath
hautauqua bureau, or Chicago.
Following U an extract, of thc letter
Ar, now arranged thc opening dato
>r the Redpath chautauqua for the
>ason of 1015 for your city will be '
tout May Kith. Kindly lot us know
y return mail if there is any impera
vo reason why ?his time would not
3 satisfactory to you.
Wo will bc ablo in the near future
) give you thc program In detail. You
ill be pleased to know that we have
? molded arrangements for Co slgn
ig of the largest contract lor one at
actfon. that was p"?jr written in
?autauqua or lyce "m.
It will be remembered that at the
ose of the season in Anderson last
>.?ir, theio *\vere many sales ot
eke tu solicited, und ot the lasc^pcr-i
?rroahcc there; were something Mike
OOO tlcketa 9?bs?:ibcd to be pajd for
hen-delivered, this rear.
r. James' Headache Powders re
lievo at once-IO ce?!s a
Yon take a Dr. James' Headache
jwder and in just a few moments
mr head clears and al neuralga and
lin fades away. It's the quickest
id surest relief for headache, wheth
dull, throbbing, splitting or nerve
eklng. Send someone to the drug
oro and get a dime package now.
Mt suffering-lt's so needless. Be
ire you get Dr. James* Headache
>wdc-rs-then there will be no dtsap
l'b lindel ph ls Financier Dead.
PHILADELPHIA. Feb. ll.-Robert
Balfour. Philadelphia financier and
action magnate, die dtonight. lie
as 48 years old. Mr. Balfour was a
rector -fir many financial institu
The best i
| ever had.
1 Comedy Co.
>r Today :
ly Laughable Comedy
we will have with us
, just out of the Boni
they are showing to
; this is their second
Joe Jackson's Show.
ires of the show; -and
he ts making good in
ell as in Base Ball.
FOR THEATRE HUNG
IS FIREPROOF AND 37 FEET
WIDE BY 28 FEET
Excellent Piano Placed in Orches
tra Pit--Electric Sign Going
Yesterday iitw a number ol' im
portant step* taken in thc completion
of "Tho Anderson" theatre, thc most
important JO? which was tho hanging
ol the large asbestos drop curtain.
This curtain ls feet wide and 28
feet high, probably tho ?u?geBt in thu
State. A beautiful , Venetian sccno
adorns the exterior of tho curtain ami
near the bottom is painted thc word
"asbestos." Tho lust named word I?
calculated to exert a soothing effoet
upon thc nerves- ot .those who when
s* ct In g in crowded theatres aro dls
t irbed by thoughts of dre breaking
JU( while a performance 1 j on.
High Grade Phi no.
A high grade Cabio (llano was In
stalled in the orchestra pit. As stal
ed already, "The Anderson" Is to have
an orchestra of not less than olght
pieces. The orchestra ia now being
assembled and in4 it will'bo tsonie of
tLe best talent ever soon in thc city.
Tito leader ot th? orchestra will bo
Mr. F.\ (?. Cooper, who carno hore
from Kentucky with .Manager ?,'. ll.
Put lp Sigh Today.
It ls probable thal, tb? big electric
Sign which ls to go ncfasa Whitner
street lp. front of tbo n>
will be .erected today.-'?wHp ls to be
au electric elga.'** Ith ?ett?rs two feet
Painter and decorators are now"
finishing up tbe'lr work on the inter
ior of the building. The installation
of the seats will be complet od today. -
? .11 nny Visitors.
Scores of people are visiting the
new playhouse every day and taking
a peep at its beautiful interior. On
the day prior to the Opening pf the
theatre a public reception will he held
ut the theatre by tha directors Of the
Anderson Development Company,
owners of tho building.
Second Submarine Completed.
QUINCY. Mass.. *Yb. ll.-Thereat)-*?
matine L-2 was launched at the yards
of the Fore River Shipbuilding Cor
poration ' today. It ls th? septpdMm
eifht authorised by congress is
the L-l having been'launched itere
several weeks ago. Mrs. Any JHE
ot Boston, mother of Ensign J^-^-M
tine H. Gray, who will com outr..
L-2, was sponsor.