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Styles in P-U-M-P-S I Yes, the early bird catches the worm. A mere glance at our early spring showing will convince that we show what's up-to date. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^|-^ W" h In this lot you find "Pat ent*' "Dull" and "Satin" Colonials with well de signed buckles and carry : the new full* 'Louis Heel." Then there are "Patent" and "Dull" Colonials with the high, Ctiban effect~and the, plain pumps, too. We'll gladly show you if you're not ready to purchase GEISBERG BROS., I SHOE C8HPANY Under Masonic Temple SHOES THAT SATISFY Electric Cit Items o7 JotrrvKt and Personal less On the Str IicnlMs ?f State After the Quacks. Members ?>f the dental profession In Anderson are much interested in a t>i11 now before the South Carolina legislature relative to non-profess ional praetltio .ers and quacks who pose as dentists in tills state. It in said that the dental association of 111'/ .State is behind the hill and using every possible means to assist in its passage. Doubtless the hill will go through. -o Everybody Happy Good Hay uf Stores. Yesterday was the busiest Saturday that Anderson merchants have expe rienced since tho Christmas holidays. The streets were thronged with peo ple throughout the day and business conditions w -re good. Doubtless there would bave been an oven larger number In town had it not been for the unpleasant weather. -o Archie en the Job, He Will Sell ?Km. Archie Todd. who is known throughout Anderron county as the man who put the Ford in Anderson said yesterday that his sales of this popular machine thlr. year dcmqn strated the fact that The Intelligencer know where to buy the first prize in its great contest. Mr. Todd yesterday sold to Glenn Simpson, the popular1 Bubstitute i' P. D. Carrier at ti.arr. a latest model Ford. Mr. Todd said that there are now two FordB at Iva und two ut Star- in use of the postal service. May Lease Anderson's New Play House Arthur T. Jones of Aahoville, NN C of the firm of the Arthur T. Jones Construction Company, spent yester-. day in Anderson. Mr. Jones waa hero for the purpose of holding a confer ence with the officers of the new Lheatr? company in connection with th'i erection of a new theatre build tog here. He Is now engaged In con structing theatre bulldlngB in Augus ta for J. Y. Lynch, who conducts ~a chain of theatres throughout the United States and who will be in An derson next week for the purpese of figuring with the local people. -o Invitation to President to Stop In Anderson. Feaster V. Trlbblo. secretary of tho local post of the Travolers" Protective a8soclation, y.osterday sent an invita tion to President Wilson to otop in Anderson in April on his trip to Sa vannah and deliver an address to the Anderson post. Local people are en thuslaatlc over the bare chance o y Sparklets Mention Caught Out the Wire* eets of Anderson. r?? having the honor of entertaining the most distinguished man in the I'nited States. Congressman Aikon will be asked to urge the president to come. A GaiYney Man .. Wlshe* to Locate Here. 0. G. Hester of Guflney, who is con nected with the postotilce at that place. Is spending a short time in the city. Mr. Hester says that "My Town" Is the liveliest city in the Piedmont section and that he is Immensely pleased with what he saw there. Town ( lock Acts Like Time on n Jag. The city clock, located in the cu pola of the court house, has become Intoxicated, gone on a strike and re-j DIJOU O ...THEATRE MONDAY'S PROGRAM. "King the Detective in the JarTis Case** (Imp) ? Two-rerl production, featuring King llaggot and Ethel Grandon. "The Kitchen Mechanic," "Hubby's Night Out"' (Crystal)?Split reel comedy featuring Pearl White. Fourth Reel f<i 1m? ?ei?CteiL Don't fall to see thesn great stars. 4 big reels every day?10c. FLECTRIC ...THEATRE MONDAY'S PROGRAM. "The Harp of Tara" (Domino)? A special 2-reel feature, being a pretty Irish story. "Some Rogues and a Girl" (Reliance). Drama. Fourth Reel to be selcted - Coming Wednesday, "Destinies Fulfilled." 3-rcel American feature, with Sydney Avers and Vivian Rich. ^Mutual Movies Make Time Fly* fuses to keep time. The gentleman I who lias tin* clock In charge, S. D. ' Boykin. says that the trouble with the timepiece Ib due to the high wind. Will t.'o From Here T<? Unveil Monument*. Several Anderson Woodmen of the World will go !" W'.HIamsten toda* to be pre^nt at the exercises In con nection with the unveilliiK of monu menta to t*.vc deceased members of the WllliauiKton camp. The music for tiie occasion will be furnished by, the KlrBt Kegiment band and the ex ercises will be most impressive. Express Company Cuts Kates ou Liquor. The effect of the parcel post is be coming evident to a certain extent. Beginning with today sweeping changes in the rateB of the Southern Express company will go into effect and from this time on it will be pos sible to send many packages at a cheaper rate, although is some in stances the rate will be higher. -o Preist the Bridges Bill in Leglslture. W. W. Scott, one of the represen tatives in the general assembly from Anderson county, arrived home yes terday to spend the week-end. .Mr. Scott has a plan for increasing the salary of the county superintendents of education and says that he hopes to put it through. He also has a bill to protect bridges from 'heavy trac tion engines. Whaley Forwarded Photos of Anderson. In alccrdance with a request from Clemson college, received by the "hamber of Commerce spme weekB a;ro, photographs of various Anderson stive? scenes have been mailed to the college. These scenes will be shown this month at Dallas, Texas, in con nection with the Sixth National Corn exposition, which will take place there during the latter part of the month. Founder's Day Duly Celebrated. A number of Anderson people went to Greenwood yesterday to attend the Founder's day exercises held at Len der college. This Is one of the fore most female educational institutions of the South Carolina conferer.ee, and many Anderson people feel a deep Interest In It. Among others who attended from thus city .va.--. Judge George E. Prince. Mrs. Prince is a daughter of the founder, Dr, Samuel Lander of Wlllianistxn. I Wedding_Bells ? | X LET TJB BTJPPIiY 1TLE % \ . INVITATIONS. FOR HOMS3. SEE For There maj be clrcnmstaees cautdng nome one to prefer another section. r?._?. xxi. r%_ ?? ? uut, TV t; lyo ^ay That North Anderson Is a per ticnlarljr beautiful section, that the class of he-men and people Is exceptionally good. That no modern convenience Is lacking, that Xorth Anderson's growth has been remarkable that the prlca arc attractive. And That in view of these facts you should consider North Ander son carefully before buying elsewhere. piiiiiW llllllli OUR SfcMI-ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALES ARE THE BIGGEST AND MOST FAVORA BLY KNOWN CLOTHING EVENTS, THAT EVER OCCURRED IN ANDERSON THEY ARE ALWAYS GENUINE CUT-PRICE SALES, HELD FOR THE PURPOSE OF CLOSING ?HERE ARE SOME OF OUR INDUCEMENTS_ OVERCOATS men's suits $27.50 SUITS REDUCED TO $25.00 suits reduced to $22.50 suits reduced to $20 30 suits reduced to $18.50 suits reduced fb $16.50 sunrs reduced to suits reduced to suits reduced to suits reduced to suits reduced to $15.00 $13.f $12,50 $10.00 ?0.50 $18.75 $17.50 $14.50 $13.50 $12.00 $11.00 $10.00 $ 9.50 $ 7.50 LET IT BE UNDERSTOOD THAT THIS IS NOT A SALE OF "SECONDS," "WAY-OFFS" IN STYLE, WHICI? IS THE GENERAL EXCUSE FOR "SALES" WITH MANY ESTABLISH MENTS. EVERY GARMENT IS CUT OVER THIS SEASONS NEWEST PATTERNS AND IS ABSOLUTELY PERFECT. $25.00 Overcoats reduced to 22.50 Overcoats reduced to 20.00 Overcoats reduced to, 18.50 Overcoats reduced to 15.00 Overcoats reduced to 12.50 Overcoats reduced to 10.00 Overcoats reduced to .??18.75 . 15.00 . 13.50 . 11.00 .;. 10.00 . 7.50 BOY'S CLOTHING $12.50 Boy? Suits Reduced to . . 10.00 Boy* Suits Reduced to. . . 8.50 Boys Suits Reduced to . . 7.50 Boys Suits Reduced to . 6.00 Boys Suits Reduced to . . 5.00 Boys Suits Reduced to . . 4.00 Boys Suits Reduced to $9.00 im 6,00 5.00 4.00 3.75 3.00 THE ONE PRI CE CLQTHI??RS ANDERSON, S. C.