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Third Installment of
"THE BROKEN COIN"
This IM th? intens!/ Interesting Serial riet ure Shirted Tuesday. It
Will ile Shown Here Fiery Thiir.sclujr Hereafter.
"THE LITTLE BLOND IN BLACK"
Two Keel Lseainile.
"THE DREAD SOCIETY OF THE SACRED
Towers Comedy. .
Three BIG Reels of COMEDY
Price as always, 5 cents
"THE $100,000.00 BILL"
Dom Two Reel Drama.
"GUSSIE THE GRATEFUL GUARD"
ONE MORE SELECTED REEL
"THE DRAB SISTER"
Two Reel Biograph.
"REV. MR. SALAMANDER UN
MISS ELEANOR FRANK
GREAT MAJESTIC RANGE
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The Range With a Reputation
The Highest A'vard at thc Panama-Pacific
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF.
The Majestic has won the highest award at!
every Exposition since Majesties were first made
nearly a quarter of a century ago! What greater
testimony could be given to Majestic quality and
Majestic efficiency than the unanimous verdict of
so many juries of experts ?
MAJESTIC QUALITY BREEDS GOOD WILL
SULUVAN HARDWARE CO.
IV I I.!- J-m* 1 i - -il-1.
r.Hir.ORA RANK C ol Kulai ?ue?^ Attai??*
VIllVVa\il U?hilll . Ellison A. Smyth, Jae. A, Hndaeas,
DftitAr C r President Cashier?
rClZcl, ?. V. H. E. Tollisoc, Asrt Cashier.
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BAM OF BELTCN?S^S?:
nAhAn C p President T. P. and Cashier.
1)61100, V. I!. B. Campbell, Asst Cashier.
J. 8. DUKE AND PARTY
LEAVE THIS MORNING
FOR GREENVILLE AFTER
SPENDING THE NIGHT
Partly Included Officials of Pied
mont and Northern and South
ern Power Company.
Officials or the Piedmont & North
ern lines and the Southern Power
company, who arrived in the city on
a special interurban car yesterday
afternoon at 2 o'clock, leave this
morning; at 7:30 for Greenville.
ThOBe in tho party include Messrs.
J. B. Duke of New York, president
of the two companies; Walker In
mann, Mr. Duke's stepson; C. I..
Burkholder, general manager of the
Southern Pow.?r company; W. S.
Lee, vice president of the same com
pany, and of the Piedmont & North
ern lines, K. Thomason, vice presi
dent and general manager of tho
Piedmont & Northern; J. W. Fox.
mill power engineer of the Southern
Power company; C. W. Crosby, irain
master und C. S. Allen, traffic man
Mr. W. S. Leo state?! last night
Ifltat this was only an inspection trip
and that about a week or ten dayB
would be spent in looking over the
Piedmont & Northern lines and the
property of the Southern Pow.ir com
pany. Mr. Duko was in this section
.having gono to Macon, Ga., where
tho remains of Mrs. Duke's mother,
Mrs. Bolt, were interred The party
left Macon Tuesday and went to
Greenwood ove?.- the Seaboard, where
they spent the night. Huey came
from Greenwood to Anderson yester
Directly after reaching tho city
yesterday afternoon the party left in
automobiles for l'ortman Shoals. On
tho trip they weiro accompanied by
Messrs. H. A. Orr, manager of the
Anderson branch of bhc Southern
Public Utilities company. Mr. B. B.
GoBsett, a director of the Piedmont
& Northern and Mayor God ?rey. This
was Mr. Duke's first visit to the
power plant since lt had been re
built and he expressed himself as be
ing vtery much pleased.
The party returned to the city yes
terday afternoon about r> o'clock and
aft<>- talking over matters in general
in Mr. Orr's ofllco they went to their
special car which was on the Biding
near tho freight depot.
Today will be spent in and around
Greenville and on Friday the party
will go to Spa rt an bu rp. They will
remain in this section until Septem
ber 16th, the date for the directors*
meeting at Chick Springs.
CONFERENCE ASSO. WORKERS
Will Be Held In Anderson on Next
Monday, Sept ISth.
In accordance with a resolution
adopted by the Saluda association at
its last meeting, the pastors and mem
bers of the executive committee are
requested to attend an important con
ference at the First Baptist church of
Anderson next Monday, Sept. 13th at
The following subjects will bc dis
cussed at the meeting:
"The better Way Preventing Mis
"The Necessity of Getting Our Mis
sionary Work on a Cash Basis."
"The Church to O'.iurch Campaign
on Best Missionary Methods."
"Discussion of Missionary Policy
for the New Associational Year."
The executive jommltce as c'.octcd
at the last meeting of thc associe Hon
is aa follows: E. S. Reeves. H. W.
Stone, A. B. Shirley. J. E. White
J. M. Pauset, J. R. Bruny on. R. W.
Alexander, A. F>. Campbell, S. P.
Vsndlver, H. B. Fant, J. T. Milford.
J. J. Smith, W. S. Hawkins.
All members of the executive com
mittee and all pastors of the associa
tion are urged to bc present.
Edward S. Reeves
ciucrs IN TOWN SATURDAY
Hagenhack * Wallace's Taree Blag
Circus at tte Palmetto.
Knowing the fondness of the small
boys and girls, not to mention the
hankering of the old folks, who sl
ways says "No, I don't want to go to
the circus, but I guess I'll have to
go, to take the kids." Manager Pinke
rton ot the Palmetto has contracted
(or a rattling good motion picture of
the Ilagenback * Wallace three ring
circus for next Saturday. This ia
finite a feature picture, and ls a real
education in itself in the manner In
which a circus ls conducted, sud
handled In every way.
The "R" Months are here
and so are
Nerved any Style by chefs
who know how they ought
to be prepared.
GUS ANTONAKAS, Prop.
CLYDE DEVLIN GASE
MUCH LOCAL INTEREST WAS
SHOWN IN THIS
BOWDEN IS GUILTY
Care of Oscar Corly, Indicted for
Assault ?nd Battery With In
tent to Kill Being Tried.
Yesterday afternoon when court
adjourned for the day the case of the
state versus Oscar Corley was being
tried. The negro, it will be remem
bered, ls charged willi shooting into
the house of Phate Sherard, a negro
at Iva Borne few days ago. The ne
gro did not employ a lawyer and put
up his own defense, ile had his
iiucstions which toe asked the wit
nesses all written off and many times
the questions or their answers evok
ed unit'!' laughter. When 6:30 o'clock
came all of the state's witnesses and
M excent one of the defense had been
examined. This other witness was
not present and if .ie is not there
when court convenes thiB morning,
the case will go to the Jury.
Clyde Develin Cu ill.v.
Clyde Develin, the negro charged
with assault and battery with? intent
to kill, was tried yesterday and the
L-ase occupied the attention of the
:ourt for the greater part of the day.
Yesterday afternoon about F? o'clock
.he Jury rendered a verdict of guilty,
it will be remembered that Develin
was charged with making a murder
)us assault on Mr. Frank Dlvver at
Mortimer Sloan's coal yard. There
vas much local Interest shown in the 1
J. II. Bowden Case.
The case of J. il. Howden, indict
ed for malicious injury to trees
vhlch occupied the court nearly all
>f Tuesday afternoon aud part of yes
erday morning resulted in a verdict
>f guilty with damages not exceed
The grand Jury returned the fol
owlng bills yesterday:
W. R. Cobb' chafed with dlspos
ng of property under lien. No bill.
Baxter Hudgens. assault and bat
ery with intent to kill and carrying
onccaled weapons. True bill.
W. N. Kelly, obtaining goods un
ter falso pretences. True bill.
Oscar Corley, assault and battery
rlth intent to kill and carrylngcon
ealed weapons. True bill.
Q* ?. Bagwell, criminal assault,
Laura Nell, assault and battery
rith intent to kin. No bill.
George Harris, violation dispensary
sw. No bill.
J. M. and J. W. Charles, dls
oslng property under loin. No bill.
W. Li. Hubbard, violation gallon-a
lonth law. Truo bill.
George Na>ly. non-support of wife
nd family. True bill.
Ralph Black, assault with Intent to
aviBh. True bill.
George Harris, violation dispensary
iw. True bill.
Ralph 'Black, buggery. True bill.
MUTHERN POWER GD.
y ILL FURNISH NEARLY 100,
000 ADDITIONAL HORSE
>NE NEAR CHESTER
i in Charge of Carl Lee, Former
Anderson i ari, Who is Chief
The Southern Power company Is
ist completing Ita targe plant at
ookout Shoals near Statcsvllle. N.
., which when finished will supply
iwer to the amount of 30.000 horse
>wer. This one bf the largest
lasts owned by the company and
orations will be started within the
ixl few weeks. The SouHhern Pow
? company, as is well known, owns
jwor plants all over this section and
unlshes electricity to nnumerous
ills, cities, and railway lines.
This company ls also JUBt complet
g the Eno steam station at Hniver
ty. N. C.. and lt will bo put into
toraUon about the 18th of October.
Dother big power. plant that will
inply approximately 40.W0 ? honr>
>wer ls the ono on Fishing Creek.
?ar Chester. Thia plant ls nearing
impletion and will he put into opor
kro tn tho near future. It is i mer
iting to note that Mi Ca M Ix>e, an
d Anderson boy. ls the chief en
aeer. in charge of this work.
BENSON cxmr W. 0 w.
ni Unveil Moa unten t Sunday After
anea afc Starr.
Benson camp. No. .11?. W. O. W..
Ill novell a monaameat next Sunday
tc moon at Starr Vvo late Sovereign
. L. Belcher, who was a member of
16 camp. Attorney A. H. Dsanall.
this city, will deliyer the address
Hi tho music for the occasion will
i furnished by the Toxaway band.
The unveiling ecerdaes will com
inee promptly at ?;?0 o'clock. The
iblic, and especially members of
Ishboring camps"W. O. W. ere In
STETSONS HAVE MADE A TOUCHDOWN
Among all the many, many hafts entered for the Grand Prize at the Panama
Pacific exposition-the Stetson was declared the winner.
The superfine qualities, the smart styles and the attractive new colors will
appeal to men, and young men of discriminating taste.
Drop in TODAY and give them " the once over"
PARKER <& BOLT
"The One Price Clothiers"
. About Jhe matter of
Increase in Population
.we will say that if Anderson only continues at the same rate of in
crease that she has shown for the past FIVE years
Real Estate Y ethics
will increase by leaps and bounds
v . ? b-u-t
with the great influx of people from Europe ihat is simply bound to
foHow this war, the entire United States is destined to have the Great
est wave of Prosperity that it* has ever known.
North Anderson Ijots
w?li be woi th double ind treble what they are selling for today.
Hadn't you better look into this matter NOW?
See of *I*hone~
John Linley or *Gene Watson
'Phones 647, 930, 3?0