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Williams Musical Comedy Company
A Very Funny Farce Comedy.
Movies for Today
A Two Reel Keystone Comedy.
Thit ii a Scream o? a Picture.
"We run the cream ol the Mutual Service when it comes
TT O D A Y
"The Love Route"
A Famous Flayers Paramount Feature.
Featuring Harold Lockwook, considered the finest looking
and mott gifted,man in the movies today. A picture thal will
certainly please you.
"In Tune With the Wild"
Selig In 3 Reel*.
Demonstrating man's dominion over Wild Beasts; tone ol
the mott wonderful Animal Pictures ever produced. Illus
trating the influence of man over the animal kingdom.
, "Broncho Billy"
A One Reel Ccmedy to be Selected. Making 5 Rael*.
Open 1.30 P. M. Admission 5c Children-10c Adults.
Author and Impersonator
In ? Reading of Her Original and
Humorous Southern Stories
Anderson College Auditorium
Friday, April 30th, at 8:30 p. m.
We are sole agents for
Spalding's Tennis and
Base Ball good?.
W. THAD BETHEA DEAD
President sf Baa? al ??Ilea aaa Pre?,
taeat ntlita of State.
A telegram wac received la the city
yesterday announcing tn? death ot
Mr. W. Thad Bothea, at his home in
Dillon, lie w^-.pi^id?gaJ^^i:Ajha<
Ban* of Dillon and one of tho most
upright and subalknttat citlrens of
.'?bat section o? th? State.
Uetfesa was a jnomber ot tbfc
South Carolina' delegation to tbs
tlonal Democratic Convention whi
nominated Woodrow Wilson for
dent Of the county convention, ai
promlnant tn otho raffalrs of tbe
He and Rev. W. C. Kirkland, edi
tor. ot the Muthern ckrletsaa^^eAvV.
cate, were warn frienda and tba lat
ter, who waa advised of Ttl*. 'Bet?ieeSi
death* will probably attend tba fan?
?ral which may bs bald Ba tc rosy.
FINAL EXERCISES AND BIG
PICNICS ARE THE ORDER
OF THE DAY
Contest ai McLees School-A Big
Picnic W01 be Held There
The season of school closing ls at
hand, and Institutions of ; learning
throughout the rural districts of the
county will be suspending work for
the season In large number be. een
now and the middle of next mouth.
A few school H have already closed
down for the summer. Generally
speaking, tho schools usually hold
their Anal exercises on Friday, and
follow this up with a big public picul?
on Saturday, to which all the patrons
and friends of the school come,, and
bring well Ailed baskets.
Concord School Next
Concord school will close with an
entertainment Saturday night, May
1. A very interesting program han
been arranged and the general public
is cordially Invited to atter.d. ?o ad
mission fee will be charged, but a
collection will be taken for the bene
fit, of the school Improvement associa
Mc Lee s Reboot
The closing exercises ot McLeen
school, of which Minn Lillian Clink
scales ls principal, will be held to
night. An interesting program will
bo carried out, and a gold medal will
be given by "Billy" Lyon to the boy or
girl who delivers the best recitation.
Dr. W, ii. Frazer, pastor of the
First Presbyterian church, Miss Jean
Harris and Miss Maggie Carlington
are to act an judges. A big picnic will
bo held (Saturday near ihe Behool
house. Tho general public is Invit
ed to attend and bring well nlle.d
Central School Picnic.
. A picnic will be held Saturday at
Central school, near Wllllamston. Ad
dresses will be delivered by Hon/
Winston Smith, county auditor, and
John I). Adger Mullally.
Contest .Monday Night. .
A contest will ' be held Monday
night, at thc Hohen Path school to
select a- boy and a girl to represent
this school In the, O'Neal Oratorical
contest, which will be held In the
town-of Belton'between the school of
Belton, Wllllamston. Honen Path and
Anderson. 8even boys sad three girls
will take part in the preliminary con
test th be held next Monday night at
Hon ela Path.
AI COLLEGE TONIGHT
WeB Known Writer and Reader
, Will Give One of Her De
Thia evening at 8:30 o'clock a re
cital will be given tn tba auditorium
of the Anderson Cillege by "Betsy
Hamilton" (Mrs, M. V. Moore), the
author-reader of her humorous char
acter sketches,' sovtthern dialect of
the Illiterate whites and plantation
Mrs. Moore' nea given these read
ings from California to New York and
In Philadelphia and New York city
has given a number ot return engage
ments. Bbs was for two * ears on the
chautauqua platform itt New York..
The Inimitable entertainment will
be given for the benefit ot the Ander
son College. An admission fee of only
26 cents will be charged
SPLENDID PLANT IS
THE LOCAL FOUNDRY
Prepared to Make Moat Anything
From Iron That Comes Into*
lt's dollars to doughnuts the aver
age citizen of. Anderson, who does
not have direct business connection
with the Anderson Machin? ana
Foundry Co.. has any conception ot
tte magnitude of this concern's buai
They are stuck elf by themeetvea.
entirely off the beaten path, and there
ls hardly /any" chance et the transient
visitor Seeing thia plant, unless he
goes O?t looking for lt. But once a
person ts Introduced to th? several dif
ferent dopartu'sits, all occupying dif
ferent bdlldlrigs, and learns that there
ht not auother machine shop rrj
foundry anywhere hear'Anderson tiat
cab compare with thia one, his respect
ead amiratlon for the home plant fn
ereases immediately. Thew? we any
where from 40 to Se skilled mechanics
employed tn this plant tac year round,
, which means the support andr roaln
tatnacce of that many famille* .in An
. demon that otherwise would probably
not be here.
Mr. Wi jg legten, the manager, says
, that there ls hardly anything mads
2 from iron thei comee Into .dally use.
Shat what.they are prepared to mahn,
abd that on vo?y short notice. An
. derson would be -better edt, if there
ware mora such factories within her
midst. ' '
RESUME MINOR ITEMS
BEFORE CITY COUNCIL
ORDINANCE COVERING MAT
TER OF SEWER CONNEC
TIONS TO BE DRAFTED
THE CITY BARN
Will be Constructed of Brick
work on Calhoun Street Or
At a special meeting of city council,
bold yesterday afternoon in the ofllce
of the mayor at "? o'clock, a number of
matters of important were considered,
as well as several items of a minor
Among the minor matters brought
before council was tho question ot
what type of construction ?hall be
used in the city barn which is to be
erected the city's quarry lot. The
I relative merits of brick, wood, sheet
I iron and other kinds of building ma
terial were dlsuuased, and it was fin
ally decided that lt would be best to
build the structure of brick. Thc sp?c
ial committee will, therefore, proceed
with the preparation of plana and
specltlcotionn with this in mind.
Another matter of minor importance
but of considerable interest brought
before the council wa? that of an or
dinance requiting property owners to
maki? connections between their pro
perty and wa';er. gas and sewer malus
along street;, which are to be pav*d.
Aa generally known, council has had
in mind for some time the proposition
of requiring all property along streets
that are to be paved to be connected
with sewer, gae and wate/ mains be
fore the paving work is undertaken.
This is. to prevent the pavement-being
Lorn up for making these connections.
. The quest toe of framing> an ordi
nance coverng " this matter was
brought up and the committee on or
dinances waa instructed to gather
from other cities data pertaining to
f ie matter and turn' it over to the act
ing City attorney. ,
Just boforo council adjourned Al
derman Barton brought up the mat
ter bf completing certain work on
Calhoun ". street which was started
some time ago but not' completed. The
city engineer 'Was Instructed to look'
after the matter and have the work
completed right away.
'i. 3Lki ?.>.??? . i. . .
C* Mr. \f^?N$#aL be Held
The funeral services of Mr. Ft. C.
Webb, who died Wednesday night,
will ba held thia afternoon at 3 o'clock
at G rt ce Church; conducted by the
rector, the ReV.-J.H. Gibboney. In
terment will be at Stlvar Brook Ceme
The pallbearers will be aa follows:
Messra. E. W. Taylor,, W. E. Steele,
C. G. Sayre. B. c. Maxwell, Porter!
A.. Whaloy and J..;H. Godfrey. The
honorary pallbearers will be Messrs.
M. L. Bonham. H.H. Watkins. E.
A. Belt. J. A. Brock and Dr. B. A.
CHILD IS BILIOUS
. "., . ? ? * .?
Look. Mother ! If Tongue is coated
.y .?? . . " ' ' ' ... '
I Every mother realises, after giving
her children "California Syrup of
Pigs" that this ls their ideal laxative,
because they love Mts pleasant taste
sud lt thoroughly: cleanses the tender
little stomach, liver and bowel? with
Wheo cross, irritable,, feverish or
breath ls bad, stomach sour, tonk ot
the tongue, mother! If coated, give
a teaspoonful ot (his harmless "fruit
laxative," and In a few'boura all. the
fo'd, constipated waate, sour bile and
undigested food passes out .of... the.
bowels, and you have a well, playful
child again. When its little system ls
full of cold, throat sore, has stomach
ache, dlarrhae, indigestion, cOlic--re
member, a good "inside Cleanarhg"
should always be the first treatment
Millions of o .others keep "California
Syrup of Figt* handy; they know a
teaspoonful tc day saves a sick child
tomorrow. As*" 'your* druggist for a
60-cent bottle ot "California Syrup of
Figs." which has directions for babies,
children ot all ages and grown-ups
printed ot? tho bottle. Beware ot
counterfeits sol? ????. so don't b?
fooled. Get the genuine, made by
"Call tom Ia Pig Syrup Company.'* J
FlLUa* Cfc** Beeratt*.
LONDON, April 29-Flirting can
be made aa affective recrultin*;. ex
pedient. At a retreat recruiting rally
a girl held up her hand and announc
ed that sh? hid sent five young men
to the front. At the end ot the meet
ing, sho Indicated tba young maa ai
her i aide and declared. "Here's the
statu!" Tata caused the -??peaker to
say. "Kilning of inst kind ls th* right
sort o fpatrtotlsm." And ho advised
* tba- you*.- ??rt* ?t ?bb andiene? to
Are You Looking
For Shirt Satisfaction
Coatless and . Veness
Summer days demand
We believe these "Em
ery" shirts we are show
ing are the best shirts
made in this country.
We have judged them by
comparisons and by the
service they give our cus
You will find - here a
larger stock tor select
Shirts with Soft Cuffs $1.00 to $3.50
Shirts with Laundered Cuff s $1.00to$2.500
"EMERY** SHIRTS ARE GUARANTEED
: AS TO FIT, COLOR AND WEAR.
PARKER & BO LT
'?The One Price Clothiers" ^
^ XITY COUNCIL YESTER
DAY AFTERNOON IN SPE
Wilr be Secured by Committee on j
Sanitary Mattera and Report,
Made Sack to Council.
j Data wita reference .to the cost of, a
garbage Incinerator for the city bf
Anderson' was -placed'.' before council
at a special'meeting hfcid yesterday
afternoon .for tho puroona of consid
ering a number ot matters-of-'a roU/
Some weeks ago, lt will ho recatladr
the matter of ther advisability of the
city purchasing an'l^clnerator fdr tho.
dispoaal of garbage ?fraS'brought be- j
fore counert.^tnd referred,no th? san- I
kary eoaMBtfteo- for';- infestation. |
This committee, with the assistance Of*
members of the board of health, col
lected data-with r?f?renc?e to the cost,
of such a plant and placed St before
?the council yesterday afternoon.
? Dr. W. F, Ashmore, "chairman of
the board of health, apxired before
council .and stated that after Investi
gating tho plant nt OreenvHle he. had
arrived at the conclusion that eVia
[ dr^erator Ilk* the, one . in . use there, '
with certain lmtorovemepts,(would en
trer the purpose here." rite' reminded
council that the. board of health had
Often expressed its apprO\(aI~nt the
Incinerator idea; and. StaWd that he
Stood ready et all. tbhea ?te do. ?hat
he could to hold tho cause along;
' 'A. C. Felton, president of the, Nye.
Odoriere Crematory company, . nf
M?teon, Qa., appeared bVfore cocecll
aiid submitted pricey and other-data
with reference to an Incinerator. His
company furnished the-Greenville lu
ein?rator and has placed numerous,
others la tbs south. 'He proposed to
?rect the incinerator without cost to
the city, Uk? two employ sea of-the'
city and. train them ia the operation j
ot the plant, and have everything tn
perfect working shape before asking
for any pay. When the plant ?rea ac
cepted he weald take a eash peymsbt]
and etty, notes at 6 per -cent taieresti
for th? balance. The cost of the
type of incinerator" he woWd erect In
Anderson woeld be.H.??0.
Atter discussing ^ha matter pre and
[ cork eouncU retorted, .the. matter .back
to tb? sanHaey ceesmHtaes for- a.fnr
$20.00 Pattern f?ats,
$18.00 Patter? Hats.
. Saturday ?.
Saturday ... ...
$10,00 Pattern Hat?,
$8 00 Pattern Hats,
Saturday ... ,\ .
EXTRA SPECIALS FQR SATURDAY
Linen Silk Hose, regular 76c s4fi
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Ladies' Suaver Union Suits, out sise,
. at....;.. v.-.'
Babcock Talcum Pow Jer al, 2
.: Saturday ... ...
Children's White Dre????
::.... ... .
day of the year for it*. Be on hand, for there
will <l?s many bargains not adver?is.
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