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Today, Tuesday, March 16th
Janies K. Hackett's wonderful production
ot J er ico
In 5 Parts
featuring EDMUND BREESE and CLAIRE
Thu is one of the FOX ATTRACTION CO. pictures and
we recommend it as being extra good.
C. II. BLEICH,
Mgr. Anderson Theatre.
Don't Miss It!
Admission 5 and 10c.
(li lt ORCHESTRA GROWS
UH to tho BAPTIST Hil KUI mid hear MR. H. H. GORDON of
Jfew York tonight. Ho v.Wi mnke you glud you attended. AFTEII
YOI' RAVI: A TTE NOK ll THAT MK ETI NU POME TO "THE AN
BER" AM) KEE Ol R EXCELLENT PICTIRIS.
Hame Management us "THE ANDERSON.**
Everybody was delighted who saw
Bowers and Bowers
Not the. "high kicking" kind, just good, clean vaudeville,
that everyone in Anderson will enjoy. Bring the entire family.
5-REELS OF GOOD PICTURES-5
UNIVERSAL and GENERAI. FILM CO production.
ADMISSION ALWAYS :-: 5c and 10c
Wo want yon to hear Mr. s. B. Gordon nt The Baptist Church to
night, after the meeting rome to ?THE GARRICK." We belle?e you
will en loy H.
Thursday, March 18
AA Will buy choice of a lot of soft Fall Kata of
all shapes and all. colors and sizes. Values
HM $2.00? $2.50 and $3.00. tf* % fifi
While they last.^
Have you seen our Tartan Checke? Novelty Worsteds, Gray
Gi nurquhavt Plaids, and other stylish patterns for suitings.
Prices $20, $22.50 and $25
L?m CELY CO#
Under the Chi quoi a Hotel
TIME FOR P
BY CITY COUNCIL FROM
MARCH 15 UNTIL FIRST
OF THE ALDERMEN
I Held Yesterday Afternoon and
Several Matters of Import
Tiaie for Hie payment of rily taxes
without penalty, hy resolution of city
' Ulindi adopted nt a special meeting
yesterday afternoon, has been extend
ed from March IS to May 1.
Council went on record as unani
mously opposed lo any extension of
the time after Muy 1. and emphatical
ly in favor ol" Hie penulty of Iii p^r
cent and costs being applied to all
delinquents after that.
The time for tho payment of city
taxeB expired yesterday, and the
books of the clerk showed that a
grout many taxpayers had not come
across with their dues. The resolu
tion for the extension of the lime for
payment of taxes was made by Alder
man Tate, und cumc nt the conclusion
of a discussion In which all mem
bers of council expressed themselves
ns being lu favor of the time being
extended. It wus pointed out that
many of I he poorer lax payers of the
city had been without work this win
ter and were without funds with
which to pay their taxe-.. Various
aldermen cited instances of where
vailuus citizens, some ol them busi
ness men, had approached them with
reference to the matter of getting an
extensi?n ?>f the timi' for the payment
of taxes, declaring that they did not
have the money ut this time.
('Hy BorrowN Money.
The special meeting of city council
was held yesterday afternoon . al .".
o'clock, principally for the purpose of
receiving n report from the finance
committee with reference to tin- mut
ter of borrowing ?45.000 for current
expenses for the fiscal year of 1916.
The committee reported thut they
had called for bids for lending this
money and thut after canvassing the
same had decided to recommend thut
a joint Md of the Hank of Anderson,
the Peoples Hank, the Farmers and
Merchants Bank ami the Citizens Na
tional Hank, offering to lend the
money fer 4 3-4 per cent Interest, be
accepted. The money und interest ls
payable December 31, 1915. at the
Hanover National Dank, X. Y. Upon
motion of Alderman Harton, second
ed by Aldermnn Tate, the recommen
dation of the committee was adopted,
and the necessary papers In the mat
May Roy Mules.
It was brought to city council's at
!cntlon that the city ls now having to
hire a team of mules, at the rate of
$3.50 per day, to carry on the work
of city, and that in the near future
lt will be necessary to have more
mules. The matter was brought to
council's attention by Alderman Tate,
who stated that nt this rate of hire
the city could soon buy n pair of
tcules. Other me.v.rjers of council
concurred with Aldermnn Tate In this
view, and a resolution' was adopted
authorizing the horse and mule trad
ing committee of council to purchase
another pair of mules, provided they
lind it absolutely necessary. The
committee consists of Aldermen Tute,
Dobbins und Spearman.
Aldermau Harton called couucll's
attention to the fact that the city
was in neod ot a barn to house its
stock, und that thc present plan of
doing without a barn would not do
always. After the matter had been
discussed at some length. Alderman
Harton moved that a special vmmiit
tee bc appointed to prepare plans for
a barn and submit them at the next
meeting ot council. The resolution
was appointed consisting of Alder
men Harton, Tate and Carter.
Ilona! Inn for School Fair.
Mayor Godfrey called council's at
tention to the fact, that the schools of
the county would have a School Fair
and Field Day on April 9, and that he
had beon approached by those Inter
ested In the matter and asked If etty
council would appropriate $10 toward
a fund for nizeB to be given In the
various contests. It was moved by
Alderman Carter, and the resolution
seconded by Alderir^n Tate, that
council appro^ralte $10 to the cause.
The resolution was adopted.
HARRY A DARGAN fl.KHK
Of G>eenTille County by Appointment
GREENVILLE March 15.-Harry A.
Dargan has been appointed by Gov.
Manning as clerk ot the court for
Greenville County, vice John M. Cure
ton, deceased. Notice of his appoint
ment bas been sent to th/ secretary
of state, and his commission wjji be
forwarded to him either tonight or
tr morrow, according to information
received today from Columbia.
According to tho information from
the govert/or's office Mr. Dargan was
endorsed by nearly every member of
the Greenville bar association and
endorsed by members of the Green
ville legislative delegation. However,
the latter's endorsement wo s not an
Mr. Dargan,is well known and pop
ular In Anderson. . He is a brother of
Mr. Clarence C. Dargan and sister of
Mrs. W. F. Cox, His mother siso
Uves in this city, as well as other
relatives. Mr. Dargan is prominent in
Elk circles of the Sute.
Any lady af gentiean a calling at
)the Columbia TaJlorisg Company's
lutero, West Whltntr street? win be
/riven free, e ticket, to The Garrick
m eat re. First ream Ant servad.
S. D. GOROON HEARD
8Y MANY HUNDRED
SUNDAY AND YESTERDAY IN
IN THIS CITY
At Court House Sunday Was An
Filled to Capacity
The series of meeting being con
ducted in Anderson tIiis week by Mr.
S. D. Gordon, of New York, a layman
whose work is known and appreciat
ed throughout the world, are attract
j ing wide Interest. He has captivated
j the hundreds who have buen so for
tunate to hear him, and ere bc lias
concluded his engagement lu re hun
dreds of others will doubtless i>e bene
titted by his straight forward and
earnest presentation of the truths of
Mr. (Jordon was heaid for the first
time Sunday morning, when he ad
dressed briefly the liarucca Class of
the First ilaptist church. His earnest
talk on thc topic of Baerl flee was
splendid, and made a deep impression
on those who were so fortunate as to
At 11 : :t0 (?'clock Mr. (Jordon spoke
from the pulpit of ft. John's Metho
dist church to a large and appr?cia
i live congregation. The subject of Mr.
j Gordon's talk was "Thc Master is
i Mere." and one was made lo feel by
I the Impressive manner in which the
I speaker talked Hint the Master was
1 a gnat deal nearer than one had been
j accustomed to.think,. \
To an audience that lilied thc court
house to overflowing, Mr. Cordon
spoke at 3:30 o'clock Sunday after
noon on the subject: "How an Old
Town was" Quietly bul Radically
Shaken up and then Shapcil Up
Anew." Tlie theme of the address wa?
thut (?od touches men and changes
them and then uses these changed
men to change other men.
A mass meeting of all c( Jgregatlons
of the city, with the exception of the
Catholic and the Episcopal churches,
at the First Baptist church Sunday
night was addressed 1> Mr. Gordon,
his subject on this occasion being
"God on Wooing Errand."
Yesterday afternoon, at the First
Presbyterian church, Mr. Gordon gavo
the first of bis aftcrnpon talks, sev
eral hundred men and women being
present, pu* subject of his talk this
time was "How to Assure Answers to
Prayer, the Great Simple Condition?."
To another large congregation at
tho First Baptist ehurch last night Mr.
Gordon spoke. The subject of his ad
dress on this occasion was tlte "Biog
raphy of a Man Who Took a Long
Walk with God and Never Came
The topic of his address this after
noon at 3:30 o'clock at the First Pres
byterian church, will be "How to As
sure Answers to Prayer; the School
of Prayer." Tonight at the First Bap
tist church, at 8 o'clock. Mr. Gordon
will speak on 'The Master's Rule of
Exchange and Brokerage."
MR. EVANS RETURNS
From New York Where He Attended
Meeting of Great Advertisers.
Mr. B. O. Evans has returned from
a very pleasant and a VC?, profitable
trip to New York city, this being the
second one he has made to the n/Hh
ern markets this season to make pur
chases ot spring goods for his up to
Mr. Evans stated that Ute trip from
which he has just returned was the
most enjoyable of the gree.t number
he hen made to New York. While In
thc metropolis Mr. Evans attended an
entertainment which the members of
the Adilne Club tendered the Adver
tising Men's League of New York, the
function being held in the Fifth
Avenue club rooms of tho former or
The meeting was attended by men
who toy with millions as we would
with hundreds of dollars, Mr. Evans
stated. The membership of the two
organizations is composed of some ot
the leading advertising experts bf the
com.ry. At this entertainment talks
were made by such men as the adver
tising manager of tho Ingersoll Wt?el,
company, *dnd the advertising man
ager of the Wannamaker establish
Mr. Evans naturally feels delighted
at having been in attendance on this
meeting, as he was the only southern
retail clothier there.
VAUDEVILLE AT GARRICK
Rowers and Rowers Have Made Them,
selves Extremely Popular Al*
The first day of vaudeville at The
Garrick proved a drawing card for
this place of amusement, and titers
was good attendance at all perfor
mances, despite tho fact that there
are meeting in progress in the city
that are drawing hundreds of people
both afternoon and evening.
Bowers and Bow irs, specialists in
dancing and singing, are homing the
boards at The Garrick thia week, and
a pleasing pair they are. Their sing
ing ls of the best and their songs nen
and snappy. They were anchored at
every performance they gar* yester
day afternoon and tatt evening, which
ls an Indication of the class ot enter- ?
talnmsi? they are giving.
-Mr?. J. D. Maxwell and Mrs. Ralph
('linard have returned from a week's
stay at Clemson and are the guests of
Mrs. O. 1J. Van Wyek.
Mrs. Ed. Atkinson and Mrs. Earle
Carton spent Sunday In Greenville.
..tv lld Flo ncr,** at Paramount.
Tin" Palmetto Chapter will have a
benefit performance on Wednesday,
March '?4th, al the Paramount theatre.
Mr. Burnett bas secured Marguerite
Clarke in "Wild Flower" for thal day,
and those who have seen this charm
ing little actress know what to ex
pect of her in auch an attractive little
Mr. and Mrs. Marleston Burton and
their charming guest, \tiss Thelma
Wright of Elberton, Ga., ?pent Sun
day in Elberton. Miss Wright return
ed with them and will bc their guest
for some time longer.
Mrs. R. W. Shelor returned Sunday
from a two weeks' visit to ber daugh
ter. Mrs. Adam Fisher in Charlotte,
Mrs. B. B. Allen of Ixiwudesvllle is
visiting friends here.
Miss Maud Holley of Wlnnsboro ls
the guest of Mrs. Tom Hill on E. Orr
Miss Etoile Watson has returned
from u visit to relatives at Donalds.
Miss Bessie Carlisle who was op
erated on aleut ten days ago at the
Anderson Hospital has improved rap
idly and was carrled-to her home yes
The social life of the week will pos
sibly center In the Musical Festival
and Chautauqua to be held In The An
derson theatre on the 17. 18 and 19.
Anderson people learned last fall
how to appreciate a good chautauqua,
and they will be delighted to see that
the programs for these three days
contain the choicest selections, by the
very best of talent and it ls easy to
realize that a splendid intellectual
and musical treat ls in store for those
Miss Bessie Allen of Greenville
spent the week-end with Mrs. G. B.
Tho Palmetto Chapter will meet
this afternoon at four o'clock with
Mrs. Charlie Pr?vost on South Main
Mrs. B?sale Taylor left yesterday
for a stay with her son, Mr. F. G.
.Taylor in Elbert County, Ga.
m 'h 'P* "-*"*lP*T^-t**H*,fr'H"!1 M>*HpS'^<a.pe
I Personal j
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Mrs. R. A. Lewis of Belton was
among the shoppers in the city Mon
Father R. A. Duff of Greenville was
In the city yesterday.
Miss Pearl Cox of Belton was
among the visitors in the city yester
W. L. Dobbins Of Town ville was a
vin i tor lu the city yesterday.
Paul Aiken of Townvlllc was In thc
city yesterday for a short while.
W. H. Dobbins of Townvllle spent
yesterday In the city.
W. B. King of the country waa
among the cisltors in the city yester
W. O. Merritt of the Roberts section
was in toe city yesterday.
Misses Lena and Lillian Cllnkscales
who .are teaching school in the coun
try, spent Sunday in the 'city with
Miss Hentz. nf the Grcenpond
school, spent Su- ay In the city. ,
Mrs. T. A. Presley and Misa Casey
of Septus were in the city yesterday.
TL T. Smith of the Neals Creek sec
tion spent yesterday in the city.
J. Z. Kelley ci Greenville was a
visitor in the etty yesterday..
Mrs. Jemes Austin has returned to
Hones Path after a visit here.
Miss Allie Majors of Belton was
amour, the visitors <n the i-lty Mon
8. C. Gregory of Greenville was s
visitor in the city yesterday.
Mr. an J . Mrs. Bavins Anderson
spent Sunday In Hartwell, Ga.
Frank Skelton vjf the Roberts sec
tion waa a visitor in the city Mon
Wade Drake of th6 -country spent
yesterday tn the city.
H. R, Sherard of WUIIamston
a visitor in the city yesterdu-.
W. T. A. Sherard of Iva spent yes
terday tn the city.
T. P. Watson of the country waa
?*. the city yesterdsy.
R? H. Murphy, of Cincinsttl; E. E.
Dominick, of New York, and J/ E.
There's sure a great difference be
tween fitting a head to a hat, or fitting
a hat to a head.
With our large variety of sizes and
shapes we fit the hat to the head with
out a shoe-horn.
For the man who wants the nev/
things now while* they're sparkling,
this is the store.
Stetson's $3.50, $4, $5
Evans Specials $2, $2.50, $3.
Caps ^5c to $1.50
SPOT CASH clor^
"The Store with a Conscience
Chisholm Trowbridge & Suggs
New Theatre Building. W. Whitner St.
Ward, of Chicago, jewelry drummers,
were in thc city yesterday calling on
J. B. King of Williamston was a vis
tor in the city yesterday.
I). H. Minims, former assistant sec
retary of tho local Y. M. C. A. and
now a resident of Greenville, spent
Sunday V? the city.
' L. T. Campbell of the Roberts sec
tion spent yesterday in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Willis Newton of
.'entrai v*ere In the city yesterday.
Charles Werner of Pendleton spent
rtsterday in tho city.
Feaster Jones of .Starr was a vis
tor in the city yesterday.
J. D. Smith of the Lebanon section
spent yesterday in the city.
G. E. Moore, editor of the Honea
Path Chronicle, was in tito city. Mon
Isy. . J.
If so, here's the place to get your
feed. We carry the full Cypher's linc
-Laying Mash, Scratch Feed, Short
Cut Alfalfa, Developing Food, for lit
tle "Biddy" chicks. Meat Scraps, and
Wheat Shorts, etc., etc.
J. M. McCown
Phone 22 East Whitner Street
T. W. Pruitt of Iva was a visitor
In the city yesterday.
E. Cromer of TownvlIIe was a vis
itor In the city yesterday.
must have Good Toole
if he would raise
Good Cf ops
We furnish the Tools from
our complete stock.
YOU DO THE REST.
Sullivan Hardware Co.
Anderson, S. C? Belton, S. C. Greenville? S. C.