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EXERCISES AT ANDERSON
COLLEGE WILL BE HELD
EARLY IN JUNE
DR. P. J. McLEAN
Of Aiken Will Deliver ' Com
mencement Sermon-Dr. W.
T. Ellis, the Baccalaure
The commencement Hermon nt An
derson college will IJH preached un
.hmo 1. by tho Kev. Phillip .1. Me
Lean of Aiken. 3. c., and the hscea*
lu u rent a address made on the fol
low Inf; Monday night hy !>:.. W. T.
10! 1 tn ol' ijtwaihmore, Pa., thin an
lit.iitutHritMii being made yesterday
h\ l?r. .lamps 1'. Klniu(I.
Hr. McLean ls ono of tho loading
ttnptlnl ministers, of this state. He
ls originally from Philadelphia, Pa.,
hilt has been pastor of the Baptist
. hinch in Aiken for the oust several
years '?ml has Increased Its member
shin wonderfully. Ho ls a good
A; taker and well Known as a lec
luror. Ile will also deliver the ser
mon br.foro tho V. W. A.
Dr. ICI lt? ls a distinguished wore
in the field of Christian education
ami is a deep student. His artetet:
on the Munday school lesson appear
.Moro announcements about the
commencement oxercscs will he mad
('OSKMtKNt'K IV CHINTY LANDS
.Mr. K. lt. Horton Says That lt ls
Hound to Ho Higher.
The Anderson Heal Instate & In
vestment company has bought ion
acres of land from .Mrs. Ida Fruit',
lying Just this side of .Midway church
on the William; (on highway, paying
$lt,G00 for tho tract.
This company has bought about
$30,000 worth of rann property with
in ifta past two weeks. ' Mr. E. lt.
I''./rton, president of the company
say? that 12 cent cotton nnd 70 cent
cotton feed ls bound to put farm
huit?n higher and he ls getting ready
MUrlgbtcBt Spot In Town"
Aim Murdock and Richard
"CAPTAIN JINKS OF THE
"CORNER IN COTTON"
"THE GIRL AND THE
BETTER KIND OF MOVIES
the buying i
^pHere we quote the greatest'
any jeweler anywhere at any 1
petition. Be here promptly at
S2.5? Sci Cut Glass Tumblers,
S3.0? Set Cut Glass Ice Tea Ti
'?'SvS? Cut Glass Jugs, each. .
S3.oo Cut Glass Vases, each.
, Yo? h&Ve to see thest
CLUBS RE ORGANIZED
ALL CLUBS IN COUNTY HELD |
THEIR MEETINGS YES
ANDERSON MAY 1ST
County Convention Will Meet
Here on That Date-Ward
Clubs Held Meetings Also.
Tln> elly and county democratic
clubs met yoBtorday for the purpose
of reorganizing and to el??ct delegates
to the county convention and to elect
members of the county executive com
mittee. The clubs in the city of An
derson hud to also elect members of|
tho city executive committee.
Iloporti from several clubs- shown |
that much interest was shown und I
that the attendance was good. The |
county conventions will be held on
Monday, .May 1.
Kenlis of Meet'ngB.
Tho following ls the result of the
meetings of Beveral of the clubs:
The Ward I Democratic club was
tho first of Hie six ward clubs of this
city to meet yesterday.
The club was reorganized by the j
election of tho following ofllcors:
.1. K. dlood, president.
It. Eugene Burrlss, vice president.
W. K. JJoleman. secretary.
W. H. Shearer, county exe*mtivo
P. O. Skelton city executive com
The following were elected as del-1
egates to the county convention:
Fnm'l M. Wolfe. Kurtz P. Smith,
M. 1,. Honham. T. Frank WntklnB, I
G. N. C. Holeman. W. P. Nicholson,!
10. P. Vandlver, .1. K. Hood. M. M.
Mnttlsnn. J. G. Hardin. H. F. Div
ver, T. P. Dickson, Jas. II. Craig,
R. K. Burrlss, J. P. Duckett. There
aro .102 voters in this word and IC
delegates wera elected one for every
The following resolution was]
itt lt resolved by the members of |
Ward 1 Democratic club of the city
First, that wc deem tho action of I
representatives of some other clubs |
of the city in attempting to call a
city primary before the organization
or reorganization of tho clubs pro- !
mn tu re and Irregular and not bind
ing on this ward; that, furthermore, I
tho time-tried custom of the party !
In having their election In tho sum- ?
mer should not bo departed from
and tho election moved up to an un- j
usual time without good cause j
shown. And wo wish to go on rec*
ord as protesting against dach In
novation and refusing to be made a
porty thereto in the future.
Second, That Inasmuch as the'
plans for the primary huva gono as
far as they have and candidates not
knowing of tho Irregular action hovo
announced, paid their announcement
charges and gone to work, we do now
ratify tho action of said persons in
calling the primary for May 10th thh
year and agree to participate there
Ward 1 Demucrntlc Club.
Tho Ward 2 Democratic club ot
this city met at 12 o'clock yesterday
in the court hon tie. Officers and del
egates to the county convention were
elected as follows:
J. D. Rast, president.
Marshall B. Smith, secretary, y
G. H. Geiger, county executive
S. D. Brownlee, city executive
Delegates to tho convention: J. D.
Rast. M. in. Smith, ll. B. Simpson.
F. E. WatkinB, J. A. Austin, Walter
Ward 8 Democratic Club.
Tho "Ward 0 Democratic club of
thlB city met at 12 o'clock yesterday
In tho hall ovev the company store.
Olllcers and deleg?is to the county
convention were elected, as follows:
J. M. Cathcart, president.
J. G. Fredericks, vice president.
P. J j White, secretary. .
C. O. Carter, city executive com
lower of your dollar
Dollar Values ever offered by
time. These values defy com*
I 8 a. m., Wednesday, April
. \ ?fte>#a '. ;V" :'\
set .......'.. .$1.00
ihiblers; set........ '.'... $1.001
........ .$1.00 .
5 to know their value
W. C. Austin, county executive
Delegates to county convention:
NV. O. WllllaniH W. C. Broadwell,
J. O. Fredericks, J. T. Frazier. P.
J. White, J. L. Hobo, W. C. Aus
tin, F.?. L. Carter, C. C. Dca nh a nit.
P. J. Clarke.
?luck Milln D?mocratie Club.
Tho Cluck Mills Democratic club
meeting was held ul the mills yes
terday and elected olllcers and dele
gates to tho county convention, as
Curley Ayres, president .
U, C. Locke, vice president.
O. J. Ayres, secretary.
c. I). Johnston, county executive
Delegates io county convention:
C. D. Johnston, ti. J. Ayres. H. M.
Davis, J. C. Lloyd and (J. C. Lot.ke.
Ward ?I D?mocratie Club.
Tim Wut-d Democratic club of
thia city met at 12 o'clock yesterday
lu tho city hull. Ofllcers and dele
gates to the county convention were
elected, as follows:
.1. A. Hall, president.
c. li. Barle, vice ptesident.
J. S. Acker, secretary.
C. B. Earle, T. W. Norris and J.
S taker, iiieinusTH* ol the executive
J. S. Acker, city and county exe
Delegates to couti?j convention: J.
A. Hall J. A. Hrock, J. B. Mar
shall, c. H. Barle, W. N. Walker.
T. W. Norris and J. S. Acker.
Wnrd ft D?mocratie Club.
The Ward Democratic club ot
this city met ut 1 o'clock yesterday
afternoon at Hotel Chiquola. Otilcers
and delegutes to the county conven
tion were elected, as follows:
J. M. Paget, president.
H.. ll. King, secretary.
Nominating committee: W. J. Mul
drow, Jas. T. Pearson and Ky ie
Delegates to county convention:
lt. R. King. J. S. Fowler, Sr., Jas.
Kyle Shirley, city executive com
J. M. Paget, county exfutive com
Enrollment committee: lt. 1".'.
King, Kyle Shirley and Jas. T.
This ward adopted a resolution en
dorsing .Mr. Albert S. Pant of Belton
for Btate railroad commissioner.
?ard 4 Club.
Tho Ward 4 Democratic club meet
ing was held last night in the eltj
hall with the .following results:
J. IC. Breazeale, president.
J. L>. Sherard, vice president.
B. O. Browne, secretary.
G. Cullen Sullivan, city execu'. '
Joo M. li. Ashley, county execu
Delegates to county convention: J.
L. 8herard, G. C. Sullivan, J. H,
Godfrey, E. H. Horton, C. T. Tolly
G. Z. Whitton, J. 12. Breazeale, K
E. Gllmer and Joe M. ii. Ashley.
Enrollment committee: Dr. C. F
ROBS, J. L. Sherard and E. R. Hor
The Campbell's store Democratic
club met with the following results
W. L. Anderson, president.
W. C. Campbell, secretary.
W. L. Anderson/executtve commit
County delegates: W. D. Ander
son, P. B. Gentry and \V. C. Cain.?
Belton Club No. 1.
The Belton Democratic c.no No.
met with the following results:
.W. C. Brown, president.
W. P. Acker, clerk.
J. Clyde Green, county executif
County delegates: W. C. Browr
J. Mack King, John A. Horton, ltoi
Mitchell, T. J. Cox, J. C. Oreen,..!
G. Harria, T. C. Poore, Claude A
Graves, J. T. West, J. C. Garret
Albert S. Pant and E. A. Goer.
This club' passed a resolutio
heartily endorsing Woodrow Wilson'
administration as president of th
United States. Also passed r?solu
Hons endorsing John A. Horton1
candidacy for congres? nnd Albert ss
PanVs candidacy. for railroad cen:
Long Branch Club.
The Ixmg Branch Democratic clu
met with the following results:
C. G. Clement, president.
W. K. Maddox, secretary.
W. A. Stanfield, executive com
Delegates county convention: Clat
ence A. Cromer, A. If. Cox ap
Charles N. Mitchell.
Toney Creek Club.
Tho Toney Creek Democratic cia
met with the following results:
W. H. Acker, president.
J. M. Cox, secretary.
M. C. Brown, executive commute*
County delegates: W. H. Acker, J
M. Holliday and'W. G. Shaw.
.Plat Rock dub.
The Plat Rock Democratic chi
mot with the following results:
R. E. Thompson, president.
O. W. Tucker, secretary.
C. W. Brocks, execu ti vo commi
County delegates: A. D. Eire
W. M. Dean? W. E. Telford and jp
W. Tucker. .
0. A. Franklin, president.
J. B. Henderson, vice presiden*
J. E. Hayes, secretary.
1. H. Fields, executive com mite
County delegates: ? D. Pearma
M. H. Watkins, R. E. Nlcholso
O. A. Franklin. J, B. Henderso
J. H. Fields, W..H. Godfrey.;*
The Oeonee county, slaging convei
tlon will con veno with Shiloh BSptl
church on May -7. The church
located two miles weit "of Adam
crossing on the Blue PM go rsi! wi
and all Anderson county singers a
i. I.. SUmMll
. A W . President,
t v . ^ '.. :
BE SOLD AT AUCTION
FRED G. BROWN SUB-DIVI
SION COLLEGE HEIGHTS
SALE ON FRIDAY!
Several Streets Have Been Open
ed Up, Including Long 'Drive
way-Suggest a Name.
About <;o lots situated on the Fred
fr. Brown sub-division of College
Heights will be put up for auction
suit? on next Friday by tit? Frank
?; DeCumps l>alty company of tills
?.?ty. An announcement elsewhere
in this Issue tells of the Bale.
Taking a piece of properly which
was undulating and Ideal for develop
ment, the reulty company mentioned
above has opened up attractive sites
for home in Anderson. The proper
ty to be sold ls located between
Greenville street and Anderson col
lege and is within one block of the
car line. By spending bet ween . $<?on
and $700 having streets opened up
and graded, this Rscllon of College
I leicht'; has been divided up that all
,of the lots are ideally situated. The
land is rolling, and having natural
beauty, can, after bornes are bulli,
be made one of the prettiest sections
In opening up this property a real,
an extension of Fourth street, lias
been built with an easy grade lead
ing into the new Williamston high
way at Cox's creek. Starting at the
bridge at the creek, the road winds
around the hill and on up to Fourth
street with a grade that ls hardly no
ticeable and in such a manner that
lt will make a beautiful driveway.
Several streets have also been open
ed un. nnd these ure so located and
placed at such, angles as to make all
nf the lots beautiful building sites.
A p'-'zo of $10 bas been offered by
MesBrw. Frank and Bet'amps for the
person who suggests the most suit
uble name for n winding avenuo
which lins been made. These selec
tions will be made by numbers, and
everyone is invited to go out to see
the property nnd^to name the street.
Pit. niARXEH l>. KI'I.LA
Will Deliver Lecture nt Wesley Bible
Class nt Mt John's Methodist
The Rev. Chas, I>. Bulla D. D..
of Nashville. Tenn., secretary of the
Sunday school board of the Southern
Methodist church, and president of
tho Wesley Blble.fclass organization,
will conduct the Wesley Bible class
1 ut St. John's church this morning at
10 o'clock, at which time SOO men
aro ".xpe'eted to be present. Dir.
Bulla will be the guest of Mr. Samuel
I.. Prince, superintendent of the Sun
day Behool, and will also preach at
the regular morning sorvice.
' >Or. (Bulla's visit to Anderson is
significant. He has heard much of
the Sunday school work in Anderson,
and has become, greatly Interested.
Doubtless he will have something to
say - thlfi morning in regard to tlu
progress being made hero.
I'LA Y HERE THIS WEEK
Clarke's Happy Hour Girls Will ile.
main nt The. Palmetto. . ?
So. well pleased is he with the
company playing at Tho Palmetto
this past week, Manager Ptakston
baa decided to retain >the show for
thiB coming week. Ho stated yester
day that all new billa would bo play
ed. This show will have no connec
tion with the one''playing in the big
tent in the rear ot Hubard's .lewelry
Mr. Clarke .has,; ro?ght one of tito
best'shows to Anderson thal has ev-'
or visited The Palmetto. The atton
dance has proven that the 'people
have been of this opinion, and they
will be glad to learn that the com
pany rema'ns here this week. In j
addition to having good rlrincipals
and splendid comed'&ns, 'the company
has tho best chore ? that has evor1
HAD FISH y BY.
Kamber From Anderson Cotton .'Mill
Enjoyed an Outing.
The office force, th? superintendent,
the overseers, second hands and tho
section hands-ot the Anderson cotton
mil) and a Jew invited friends went
to. Portman S boa! y . yesterday . after
noon on an old time tish fry. . They
caught plenty of tish, and had a very'
Crome nickle steel gears in
Full lion ting typo rear uxle.
Genuine liuneyeomb radiator
Hot-air i ii tn kc from exhaust
Push-button starting device.
Gasoline gunge on tank.
Stream line body design.
Horn button on 17 in. steerii
Double bulb headlights, rigl
Oval radiator blending with
Windshield, ventilating top i
Ventilated engine hood.
Multiple disc clutch.
No weakening offset in from
Tapered frame-short turnir
Cnder-slug, three-quarter ell
Nine gallon gasoline tank lr
Extra demountable rim on rc
Easy shifting control lever.
Double adjustable steering g
SSS Always keep in mind tha
SSS wheelbase, greater access
"SSS ing for as low as $725.00
ID. P. SI
ES ]ff ? *" Salesme
HAVE ATTI!ACTIVE WINDOWS
Local Representatives Huye Decorated
Mr. Keys Thompson, the loial re
presentative of Swift & Co., has dec
orated two windows in Anderson and
they are very attractive. One of these
ls nt Anderson Cash Grocery company
and the other Is at H. B. Tucker's.
Both are advertising Swift's products
ami are worth mentioning.
Another window at the Anderson
Cash Grocery store was dressed by the
local representative of the National
Biscuit company. This window ad
vertises ?this company's products, and
is very attractive.
GET THE BEST
We are sole agents for
Spalding Tennis and Base Ball
Goods. When you buy Spald
ing's you buy the best.
Pant's Book Store
Let Us Make . . -..
YOUR OL? SHOES
We can do it. Restore their
youthful looks and th?'excel
lent materials we use In pur
fine repair work will last you
in good solid wear for Tman^
months- to come. Our prices
are lowest in the city consider
ing the great satisfaction we
WOOD'S SHOE SHOP
Quick Shoo ^tirihg ^
Oh tho Square V
C E 30-TOURING CAR
O. B. FACTORY I
FULLY EQUIPPED -
for the money in a magnificent Four
Cowl lamp In series with tall lump.
Extra tire carried rigidly ut rear.
Clour running boards covered and bound.
Concealed door-hlhges ano latches.
One man top fastened to wind shield.
Quick udjustable side curtains, carried lu top.
I^arge. handsome hub-caps.
Any combination of lights controlled from
Double action foot and emergency brakes.
Heavy steel fenders.
Luxurious .blue-black finish.
Electric horn under hood.
Combination rear lamp and license bracket.
Buffed long-grain leatherette upholstering.
Wind-shield support heavily ironed in body.
Removable cylinder head-exposes Interior of
Tonneau floor neatly carpeted.
Uaditor mud protector.
it this car has more power per pound of weight carried, longer
ibility and more complete equipment than any other car sell
rig wheel, 1 1-2 In.
hood and body,
iptic rear springs.
X3AN 6? SON, Incl
ANDERSON, S. C.
n: Willett P. Sloan, A. G. Epting
Tho Season is herc?
When you want to get away
from the dust, and heat and op
pression, of the city and fill your
lungs with tf'.e free,. fresh, air, pf
the fields and hills.
But why just this season?
In North Anderson you have
cleai*, fresh air the entire year
even in the; hottest summer sea
son the night atmosphere is de
lightfully fresh and cool. ' v
We are just no&r opening 'up
one of the most beautiful sections
of .North : Anderson. Come out
and see tho new road that circles
from Mr. Baldwin's home to the
Club House! lt is still in the
rough, . but; Its. atrt?ctive even
now. ".' ..