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The only Theatre in the City that has 10 Exits
Florence Turner, in the Murdock Trial
in -i parts.
\ superb l< nt.iv. one ih:tt you will never regret seeing. Miss Turner is a favorite in (ildoiu.
Maurice Costello, in the Understudy
l)(?n't miss ihis nie lure, it is great.
Special music by thc orchestra ihr. t has not L -rn equalled in Anderson.
ATTENTION-This h for you to remember: "The Anderson" lias I ? exits, it is the only
real safe i!n.'ti ir*_* in the city. You can always feel easy about your children or yourself (bV
cause they art- noi "t: pped.")
This picture everybody must s..v.
EVELYN NESBIT THAW AND HER SON, WILLIAM RUSSELL THAW
"THE THREADS OF DESTINY'
ADMISSION ALWAYS 5c and 10c.
* ELECTRIC CIT
* Items of Interest ?nd Person
* Wireless on the S
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toi-ctuif* of v. n. r. A.
Ilenrd This Ky cuing.
? Atuimportnni meeting of tlie hoard
of directora of the Young Mon's
?fttrtali?n Association will bo held
Uiis evening st 8 o'clock. Interstate
cretary E. t;. Wilson will arrive
In tho city t'il> afternoon and attend
tho meeting of thc directors. Th I ;
is to bc an important meeting of th '
b^ard. and lt is likely that some Pu
portant announcements with refer
ence to tho future work of the asso
ciation will bo made otter the meet
Huya Out (atlett
Mr. it. b. Sassard han purchased
tho healing works or Mr. J. P. Cut
1 rtt. on Weat Whiner ntreet, and
will carry on thc business at thh
came stand. Mr. fia isard hua laid
several yenf? of experience li the
pot ititi c hu Oncea and know* tin.
game from the ground up. Mr. Sas
r.drd is probably boat known on ac
cOUnt of tho niant biulnesi which
he has . earrh d on litre tor yeara. Ile
stated /esterdly thai he will cen
t'nuo to handle- plait-, of ntl kinds
und "particularly thl.i spring p?tate
. plnotu. "I have placed an or
Ucr far two million, potato planta.'
Ptutcd Mr. Sassnrd yesterday, "r.nd
they will soon tn hero. Il ir- i.a'd that
im, 0 two million Mari'., will ma.'.^
.I.hrop car loadr..
T.i.\:s At<. I'aid
l j> \c;'> Well.
i lt waa nt ii"! yeetorday ni tt< ni
floe of thc county audi ter tint i:v???
pul] hern i>aid nn very we'.'. !.. ; <..!.
Wedin- idav via the la? d.iy m w .i
tnxoi couid be paid hi Tore fha n'oparr
ty wont ?uto . execution. The nud tot
?tated that wi.llc t?tere wa-. yet
good de J I of tax money outstanding:
more mr.ney 'had been collected .tU/J
to thia time than had lirea, ?-allected
at thia time inst year. *
Mr. Nicholson ls
(Wer of Hunk.
Announcement waa made yesterday
thnt Mr. lt. E. Nicholson, former
county superintendent of education
and ''t present principal of tho Oreen
IV.nd cchool. will Bucceed Mr. W. E.
Watson aa cashier of the Dlmo Sav
\inK9 Hank. Mr. Watson resigned his
porndon. effective April I, to become
v nsaoci'.tted In the real estate business
wIUi Mr. John Linley.
bee our gi
V SPARKLETS *
J Mention Caught Over tho *
Lr re la of Anderson *
That. ? a>. Stolen:
Tho bicycle, property of Munnlng
isluck. Bon of the ?.'.iv. J. T. Black,
pastor of fae Christian church, which
was stolen from the Church las* Sun
day ni?:ht, lia? boen recovered by thc
?tty police. Tu2iday thc police were
nptlflcd by Motorman Sandern ano
Conductor liowen of the interurban
railroad that they had ?eon a bicycle
Iviiii: ia thc water of Cubbard's
Crebk, near the trolley tracks. Capt.
Boll and Private Drinkcl went cut tc
take, a look for the bicycle, but could
not find it. Wednesday Privait
Stuart got information th ut thc bicy
cle had boen taken out o',' the creek
by n llhcinAn whr. is work'.ng with r
gang, crectln:'. tb* iran^mlsBion linc
of tho Southern Power company bb
tween Relton and Anderdon. Private
Stuart wen", out to the catap, which
'a about two miles thia s'.cle dC Pelton,
and found the wheel, lt waa brought
back t-. tho city and turned over to
'he atraer. Thc wheel wat not a.-;
Probably the fernst attractive Baster
wt?dow bf the nlty, and certainly ocr"
which ia appealing most strongly tc
tin children, is that of the Owl Drug
pomyeny .lu ono of the .window a ol
thia .-fire n neal 1*L: 1c pen has boen
vt :i!iin*.e;e?\, end In this are s?yen
'.now waite rabbits-an old nibblt
and fz'.n little fallows-toscther with
.n ti brightly colored i'nstc:
esga. li i> the Intention ot the man
agement et t!:,. dme; (tore to place
Borna Pu.-Ur fowls In tho window ul
aq. Thr . tgiltout the af erndon yoa
tert'ay cUildrci congregated about
(he window and ga.ied wllh ?rent en
k)>*meht Upon thc.colony of little rab
fi ts, hopping and aklop'.ng ubout
their m ii and nibbling ? abhake leaves
j ?ul other bits of fool. . j
Prom Starr Hero.
Mt ii L. O. Mct'tilln. Mrs. Annie
Dian, Mrs. F. I. Jones and Mis?
Annie Haifa d WS*C members of ai
automobile party from Starr visiting
and ?hopping In tie? rity yesterday.
Heath of ?Irl ~~
Ml<?8 Nellie Simpson, daughter o'
Mr and Mrs. Wolter Simpson, of Pen
dleton, aged lil yeara, :i month-, and
*eat grand a
5 display of
lion Sc. and
is day:?, died Wednesday afternoon at
:'. oYljck after un Illness -f sonx
weera. The funeral Hervites were
held yesterday afternoon at Pendle
ton at o'clock.
(if Preith K tts
in ?one or tho show windows of W.
A. Power. South Main ?tree:, in one
of tile most beautiful displays of
iresh meat ever seen lu the city.
. Choice eula of meat, teneVr and Juicy,
tare displayed in profu ion. Majestic
j hams, rabbits and other Waster novel
tics are on display In' the window.
A c?nico Maje ;ti?; ham will be given
uway ns a prize t<. the person n|akln;
tho neal eel guois to the weight of
?.ho pork sausage on display In thc
Stree: Cur HU
A Imggy In which Mrs M. I.. Sitnp
r.on. who lives sev-'ral niiies out ot
Apderton on tile Wlll'anis?on roaJ
waa struck by thc North Anderson
street car yesterday afternoon about
lit'iQ o'clo.-k. Mrs. Simpjon racelv
:A a slight scratch on tho head. A
whee 1 of thc bug?y was smashed.
Tho nceldent ls explained by the fact
tha: Mr3. Simpuou. who WAS driving
Along Nr.rth Main -Ureet Just whby
'ho Greenville atr-jct ll io branch?s
out, thought the North Andtrjon ea:
wu* go ng to turn up ?reonvtll?
atrcet and did not drive her buggy
off thp North Anderson car linc it
time to prevent the car hearing down
upon her buggy.
Por Hine ll i du e.
Superintendent John H. AndOTSQi
.if the Blue Uidge t ollway company
announced yesterday that the Office
ci road supervino . had been en at . ii
fin* thlr road and thal Mr. W. I!
Hopkins, ?rack forenina r.t the uectlon
ni.mt to Anderson, lind boon pro
moted to tho newly crr-atcd office.
Heretofore 'he duties of road super
visor have been carried on by Mr.
Andcrcrva, but he found otho . duties
sq pressing that he was obliged to
create the new office and place a
man in charge of it to give him thc
necessry relief. Mr. Hopkin.' will
have Charge of the entire road bed o
tho Pine Ridgo. Mr. Hopkins will be
succcedi d na foreman of the Ander -
don section by Mr. W. B. Brennan
foi mer. ?tstc constalile for Anderson
county, and an old railroad man.
I nion Sheriff
Bitten by Hag.
Sheriff V"ant of Union county, who
is MI a \%zlt to h!s sisters In Ander
son. Mrs. George Jolly. Mrs. A. M.
MeFall and Mrs. W. C. Kant, mot
with a rather painful mishap yester
day morning while Inspecting Col.
Jas. T. Roberts' pack vt fox hounds.
A WINDOW DRESSING
AD CLUB ARRANGES TO GIVE
PRIZES FOR THREE
PURE AD LAW
At Monthly Meeting Last Night
Club Decided to Ask Council
to Pass ThU Law
In regular monthly session last
night th? Ander? u Ad club adopted j
I two resolutions which ure or Interest
t<? the general publie One nf the reno-1
lut'ous calla upon tito city council j
u. adopt tho "pure law" which lina
been adopted by ovt . 0<> cities in -i|
States, while the other resolution
provided Tor a window dressing con
ion to be IM III for local merchant?.
After u general discussion of-thu
subject or take nd veril dug, the club
de (tided lr. -Adopt rciiolutlon r?-'
questing illy council '<? adopt wlial
ls' known as th?' "pure ml law/' Thia
is a law, it ls understood, which is
designed lo outlaw lake advertising
in a community. Tho president of the j
club, Mr. Harry Oelsberg, waa In
structed t? ;ii pear before city council I
in behalf of lids nial..T.
W'ndow Drossln;: Cont est.
Tito Ail club decided that it would
fn.ld a window dressing coateut some
time i:i the near future and offer
three prizes for the titree best dress
ed window.-, the ccnti-st to be open j
to all inorehnntK of Hie city. A com.-1
niUtec consisting of Mejsrs. Mad-j
d? n. Hullos and Brlssey, was ?p-|
pointed to work out d' tails- for the
window dreising ionios!.
i On the day the contest !; decided
the members of the Ad flub propose
0 hold a special meeting and serve
Meet in ir La nt Nigh*.
Tho meeting of tho dun last nighi
lt the chamber of cr mineri e, which
in the nature of a smoker, was par
'.icularly enjoyable for Hie larg?
number of members present. The
meeting wa i presideii uer by I'real
dent Harry G?lsborj?.
An excellent talk on "The*-Adver
t'olng Value of an'ffjrt-to Dale Theatre
to a Town" was mailv hy Mr. T. t\
Carrington. of **Corrlngtoh's." ? -
Another interesting talk waa on tho
mbject of "Wilklow Dressing iMs
being made by Mr; John Madden, ot
tho T. I,. Cojy 1:0.
.Mr. Cooper, of Jacob; &. Co.. o?
Clinton, made ai excellent tal* pul
the suojoct of "the Ad Club Move
Don't auger! Get a .-Mme pack
age of Dr. James' ?ieadache
You caa clear your head and relieve
a dull, splitting or violent throbbing
headache in n moment with a Dr.
James* Headache Powder. This old
time headache relief acts almost maxi
cally. end some one to the drug store
now for a dime packago and a few mo
ments after >ou take a powder you
will wonder what became of the head
ache, neuralgia mid pain. Stop suf
fering-it's needless. Be Bure you get
what you ask for.
Willie Sheriff Fant wan looking at
tue dogs ono of the animals made aa
attek upon him. bit ?UK him In thc lip
and scratching his face. Mr. Pant
sought a physician at once and hud
the wounds dre.noil.
Easter Dunce ut
The Kl ks Home.
The local Rika will entertain next
Tuosdny evening in honor ?? visitors
who will be at home at that time foi
the Kastor holidays. All out town
Elks will be expected to attend the
entcrtai iment and every Elk of thi
city will bo expected to act us hoat.
Dancing will be enjoyed la'e>in the
Work was begun *.e.Acrday .norn
? lng by tho Sullivan Hardware com -
pany upon thc erection of a barn and
carago on a lot which Messrs. W.
W. Sullivan. C. S. Sullivan and
Frank and DeCamps own near the
site on which the c. ft W. C. rail
road will build their new te-minais.
The building is to bo Used for hous
ing the stock and automobiles of the
company Instead keeping them In
tho company's warehouse.
Misi Carrie Edward v
ts Critically III.
Mlj8 ('arrie Edwards, one ot the
oldest and best known residents ot
tho city,-ls critically ill ut her homo
St the old Murray House, corner of
North Main and Greenville streets.
Miss Edwards ls suffering from pneu
mon?a fellowing an attack of Ia
grippe. Oa account of her advanced
age and the serious nature, of the at
tack from which sho is suffering,
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How well wc are prepared to
serve every man in
is best realized by a visit t<> this store.
Our suits are made hy
SCHLOSS BROS. & CO., ALCO
SYSTEM, SOCIETY BRAND
und they are guaranteed hy holli us
and the maker.
A REMARKABLE SHOW
ING OF EXCEPTIONAL
VALUE SUITS AT
Among tho ninny suits we have at several
prices our $20 suits stund out with special
prominence. Mnny fabrics usually found
orily lb $2.". suits are Included in this lot. lt
is a display you should certainly see before
AND A FINE LINE OF
SUITS AT $15, TO?
Certainly you want some pf. th?se
bright, new furnishing for Easter.
Shirts 50c to $2.50. Hose 15c to 50c.
Tics 25c to 50c Underwear 25c to
$1.00 a garment.
No matter what you buy at this store
the value is thc best to be had
for the money.
Parker & Bo
The One Price Clothiers.
The Store of [faster Togij
,<< ' Copyright ID is.
grave fears are felt for her recov
Star .'n the City.
\V. H. < Hilly? MrCaw. once upon
a time one of thc highest ranking
stars of the newopaper firmament in
this State, l? a business visitor in An
derson. Mr. McCaw quit the news
paper game several years ago and
aince then has been connected with
the Rock Hill Ruggy company. Mr.
McCaw hus worked on a niinibc-- of
papers of this State, but his, best
work waa done In Columbia, when he
conducted an independent news bu
reau there, sci -ring g string of pa
pera throughout '.he State with Capi
tal City news,, as well ns the Co
lumbia panera. It is doubtful if there
is a man in the State who excelled
or could exeell hil ability as a re
porter of legislative proceedings.
HONKA PATH. April 1.-The stu
dents at the Honea Path public !
school decided that lt would be S
fitting day to celebrate and BO.when t
the teachers arrived .they' found the
students had deserted and. left empty
eins rooms for them.
Charleston & Western Carolina
Railway will operate Special Train
April 9th from Calhoun Falls, Lown
ileBvlllc, Barnes, Iva and Starr to An
derson and return account tho Ander
don Connty School Fair and Field
Day, giving entire day in Anderson.
For special round trip rates and
schedules, ask depot ticket agents. a,r
;_ T. D. CURTIS
rtonte Cristo, Tom Watson and
I Great Cantaloupes
>hum way's Giant, 30 to 40 lbs.;
>reer'a Hoodo, none better ....
jet seed at
PANT'S BOOR STORE
JN0;B. ADGER MULLALLY
Anderson, s. C.
Offices 7?1 W. Whitest- Sr"
Telephone, Anderson, S. C. .ii--/ -
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iss tikis great picture -.*