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These Hot Days
You'll find our store well pre
pared to fill ali your wants in
of every description.
Right now our Piece Goods and
Trimmings are receiving spec
ial attention because of their
goodness and variety.
Thin White Goods, Linens, Colored
THE BEST ASSORTMENT OF LACES IN THE CITY
If you don't care to make your clothes or have
them made our stock of
will prove quite interest
ing, especially the style,
the quality and the price.
An unusually good assort
ment of pretty
Separate Skirts and Shirtwaists
Beginning at a dollar and
ranging upwards to ten.
Children's White and Gingham Frocks, House Dresses, Dainty
Muslin Undergarments, Kimonos, Etc. All popular priced.
Our Trimmer is putting ouf lots of the
you've seen this season, an
you can well afford to pay?
you to visit this department
will find what^you want
ir we can
Oxfords for all feet
ul ?5tt!l??5 HBBHIIH ^
* ? # ? * * OJ * 0> ? ? 0> OJ? * th* mountain schools, will presch at
* ELECTRIC CITY SPARKLLTS I mornld?. There wil he no evening
?I , *> .lervlce. i*r. Grain has visited An
t?erson o> several occasions and Is
* giant* ol Interest and Paramal Monbon Ca?*. Mt Ont tb* ? well known here.
Wiro!?*, on ft. Street, ol And^ ? * Mr. M^j~?~
?sj. Bitten by Snake.
" Mr. Carlyle McKinney was bittes
tfi lacreas* Nnatber t., v*l*m n by a water moccasin yenterd?y after
Tables at stillosen'*. Auditors Oft.,* ? r.oori while present at the sapper glr
/>r. Atkinson stated yesterday that Mr. YV. P. HI ka of Greenville is en nv the Anderson har in honor of
tg to tho big soda water trade he in the city for a few days assisting Judge Seaso. Medical attpniion was
getting, he would have to in- in th* office of J ulltor .Smith. Mr. quickly rendered and he ?rt?< report
er? ?PC the number ot tableB he has Utcha wan formai y auditor rt Green- ed to be doing well laat night,
ts Ins ice cioani parlor. The atore viii?, . ounty and sines bo has been , 0
:u>w bas ten and this number will h?.rr In tue audit r's office before be W4" "
, be doubled within the ne? la no stranger. * ErAf%aorheJ
n --?a- Mr. Orr, manager of the Anderson
iiarf Director* Immigration foti * of the Southern Public Utili
*A?i?rsen*?e,vetopaient Co. Sr"a^a?iSiSrewa>a:migra- ^ V Va?aTo ftf usaF'^beT
will be ? meeting of the di- Uon commissioner tor thia district, tween the C. * W. C. railroad cross
ore of the Anderson Development arrive?| ln tile cpy yesterday, He la and F\ street and on South Main
'company tblB morning at 10 o clock ,n Anderson In connection with the street had boen received and that
; oms ot the chamber of <Jom- new. employment bureau of the Unit- other cars would arrive in next few
i..e un North Main street. ^ states government. dsys. These heavy rails aro being
--?'1'frjV?V; O' put dowe because of the paving.
Another Cotron Manes* Harket - -?? ?
Bloom Keeehed. To Be Moved. 4,400 Basnet* Oats
A cotton bloom sent In by Edw-rd The mest market ot W. J. Maneas Ofered Far Sale.
Heid, who lives on the place of Mrs. in the Bellevue hotel builofng on It ls of local interest to note thst
g. smith, was received yesterday North Main street ls to be moved to I',i CO feus*.'lt ot oats In balk were
moon. The firs?, cotton bloom th* D. C. Brown building on Bast offered on :he local market yesterday
i hat was brough* luto Auderson' this v. hltner street. to the Carolina Grain & Elevator
I^Bvrss brought to Ttie Intelligencer -o-- company, from an ont of town point at
H, on Saturday. It waa brought At First Baptist a price wbh*h indicates that it could
?im Gilbert, a colored farmer Lhereh Baa day. be handled for stoppage ht transit
'iU ri-*? of Mr. C. Manly Watson. Hs v. J. Paao Orain, missionary In tuslness bare. T
ANDERSON BA? HONORS
JUDGE T. S. SEASE
GAVE SUPPER FOR HIM AT
M'KINNEY SPRINGS LAST
Speeches Were Made by Judge
and Members of Bar-Spring
Was Very Cool Place.
Tho members of the Anderson bar
gave a fried-chicken supper last even
ing about 7 o'clock at McKinney
springs lu honor of Judge T. S. Sease,
of Spartanburg. Tho supper wa? to
have boen given at a later date but
ow'ng to the fact that court adjourn
it was given yesterday.
This supper Is nothing new since
lt ?ia? been the custom for the local
bnr tu entertain the presiding judge
in Borne way here every time court
I convenes. They are always vry
I pleaaant and enjoyable occasions and
tho one yesterday was one of the best
ever hold. Although called a fried
chicken Flipper, there was plenty of
otl.c-i things to eat. The McKinney
spring was especially suited for the
occai-ion and lt was a much better
place for the judge and the lawyers
to come in contact with one another
than tlie hot court room. During the
evening several speeches were niade
hy members o fthc bar and Jude T.
Among thos attending were Judge
T 3. Sea st. and Messrs. G. . B.
Greene, T. Frank Watkins. Samuel L.
Prince. T. P. Dickson, I.con L. Rice,
John K. Hood, Dean Pearman, K.
P. Smith, A. H. Dagnall. M. L. Bon
ham, T. Allen, FX H. Watkins, C.
H. Cooley, G. H. Geiger, James N.
Pearman. Clyde Smith and Carlyle
Master Thomas Ayer Hatcher of
Macon, Ga., ls the guest of Mrs. J.R.
Mr. J. J. Sitton of pendleton was
a business visitor In the city yester
"Hrs". Vra?lltfi?rpf'o^- Atlanta, GaTl
is the gneat ot ber broiher. Mr. R. E.
! Mis. L. H. Seel and Mrs. leon
P. Rice have returned from ^William
eton where they have been apendlnfi
its past few i lys.
Mrs. Theo S. Pant, who has been
assisting Mr. J. B. Pelton in the of
fice of the county superintendent o'
education, left.yesterday.Jor ber home
in Townvllle where she will Bpend tbe
Mesdames George WI-Maret and
Thomas C. Penden of Westminster
wre in the city yesterday.
Mr. Grady Cllnkscalea, who ls a
rising senior in the department ot j
medicine at Vanderbilt university, waa I
in the city yesterday en route to bbs j
loose at Starr.
Meters. J. R. Pant arid FJeas Ms
fey of Tbwnvlllo ***<*e visitors in
ie city yesto: . ?
Mr. Howard Halley of Hartwell
Was In the city for a few boars yes
? Mr. J. M. Raysar baa returned to
Waybesvillo, N. C., after spending a
tow days In the etty.
M'. D. W. Atkins ot Clemson was
lin the city yesterday.
Poid tap Gasoline gtove ead Meter?
For the ase o fmotortsts making
long Junkets and cooking their meals
at roadside places along the way. a
rompi?te kitchen equipment, tnctnra
Inf a holding gasoline stovs< has been,
brought out which may be carried on
the running board of a ear. The out
fit ls packed in a dusttfght ceritatair
ch ls neatly made and slightly in
taracee. It la about.30 Inches in
th, 12 inches wide, and approat
?ly 18 Inches high. The special
..ure or the equipment ia a two
hule folding gasoline stone that la
tuillt with an ampi? oven. Th? Out
Mt is described, with ll lustration, tn
tho July Popular Mechanics Maga
All Ia One Building.
Spartanburg'a nsw etty hall and jail
building on Broad street ta now tully
occupied by the various elty depart
ment* and hereafter the city govern
' plac?s of business, aa has been the
case- for some time peat.'-Spartan*
Make Ease Patries
Ko*n es Possible.
According to Mr. R. E. Cochran.
I manager or the races for the Inde
pendence I'ay celebration, the nam
her of entries for the races that day
tn- both the motorcycle events and
the automobiles, ls rapidly increasing
and )i| requests the Intelligencer to
as?*n arg? all those who propose en
tering to do so as soon ne pomible.
Thf. citrus will posttvely close on
Jane ? at 6 p. m. aaa win not be
JUDGE SEASE RETWNED TO
HIS HOME IN S ART AN
BURG LAST N?HT
Yesterday Was Taken Up With
Hearing Cases For Ajpeai
Docket Nearly Cl?ured.
Common pleas court fogj this week
was adjourned yesterday? afternoon,
there being nothing un tl
before lt. Owing to the
aud settlement of several
dockett. Judge Seuse ol
adjourned. He returned
in Snnrtanburg last night.;
Two cases were o:spoad of ,one
beiug that of Hurd in versus lillie
Ridge raliway company, ?|svlilcu re
sulted in a consent verdict for tho
plaintiff in the sum o? $??.. Tho
other was that of.'] Jenklus
versus the Western 1'niim ^Telegraph
company. A verdict in fsfor of tho
defendant was ordered in jhis case.
It is stated that thc attorney for tho
plaintiffs will carry Lae cg?e to the
The case of Peoples Grofcery com
pany against Hreedin was marked
settled; an order was .u'ctji in the
cf.se of Wakefield against Spoon; a
Verdict for the defendant ^company
was ordered in the case o? Jenkins
agalnr-.t the telegraph company; a con
sent verdict was returned Sin the
. ase of Burden against th! railway
company; the cases of thu'vfcouthern
railway against the Brondi'way and
the Wilraont oil mills andgthe case
of Hurnick against Callaliam were
m irked continued for the -(present.
Tin) case of Mitchell against Mitchell
was also marked continued;- and at
torneys In the cases of anderson
McKinney, Humphreys andi Bleck'ey
against the Blue Bulge ; railway
.stated these cases had been) set for
(?tal next week nnd witnesses In
>T.mL. could not be herc nat ll that
time. This practically cleared the
There were three other esses on
the rearranged roster, as follows:
Claru against Monroe; Case against
Watson, and Summey against An
derson county. These eales will
probably come up or trial when
court reconvenes next week.
Yesterday was taken up with cases
Following is the Mst of letters re
maining uncurled for on the poatof?ce
at Anderson, B. C., for the week end
ing June 23, 1915. Persons; celling
for these will pleasu say that they
were advertised. One cent due on
all advertised matter.
A:-Mrs. Dellar Allen.
B.-3Mlss Evalene . Brown, . Louise
Bowman, Leanor Batman, J. .'Bloom,
c -Wm. Coleman, Eloise Connor, |
D.-L. T. Davis, James Donley.
F. -V. M. Palrcloth, M. A. Fbxtun.
G. --E. L. Gaines.
K - Walter Hamilton. Mra. Horenk.
Mi's H.A. Harris, Estella Harper.
Three-reel Rex Featuring Pat
ONE OTHER SE
ONE OTHER SE
"DodsQi's Liter Toni" Starts Your Liver
Bitter Tata Calomel and You Dont
Losa a Day's Work
Liren np your sluggish liver I Feel
fine and cheerful: make your work a
pleasure; be vigc.oua and full of ambi
tion. But take no nasty, dangerous
calomel because it mnVw you sick and
you may lose a day's work.
Calomel is mercury or quicksilver
??ch_eau-e-m?mala -'Pf~tng. bone*.
JBBflWI arTBB?T Toto sour'<S*i??iko
dynamite, breaking it up. Thi's Mien
you feet that awful nausea and waining.
listen to me! If you want So exjoy
the nicest, gentlest liver ant tftve'l
cleansing you ?vcr experienced ?ist
a spoonful*of harmless Dodson!*.:
vB&^Beaale E. J atp. ea
L.-Bid Ie Lance.
M.-Mrs. S. K. McMlnn. ?tlc#rd
Maddox, Rev. J. C. ?Joore|J
P.-T. H. Patterson Misa lilia lil
R. Daisy Bogers Elsie Boai
S.-Ruby 3immons Josie St4g>e?n,
Hattie Sherloy, Doll Sandel
Smlllen, Acle Scamcroughs
ine Buch and Wm. Clifford
E YOUR LIVER!
( AND SALIVATES
Tom tonight. Your, druggist or dealer
selle, rou-a 50 cent bottle of Dodson's
Liva Tone under my personal money
back tarantee that ench spoonful will
cleat your sluggish liver better titan a
dose I nasty calomel and that it won't
maki -ou sick.
Dc ion's Liver Tone is real liver
med] ie. You'll know it next morning
la-cul I you will wake up feeling Ano,
your iver will be working; headache
und z/.incs9 gone; stomach will be
sweet nd bowels regular.
DoAn's Liver Tone is entirely vegri
luule.fcherefore. harmless and cnn not
salivul. Dive, it to your children.
Millie* of people are using Dodson's
Liver lone instead of dangerous calomel
now. li'our druggist will tell you that
the ti* of Calomel is almost stopped
[teem Vault own.
UBS Mary Walker.
Kc v.l. T. Mann's. Appointments.
He vi J. T. Mahn will preach at
Wolcot, church neat Sunday morning
at ll ?lock.
Mr. I. C. Pruitt ot Honea Path ii
in thelclty for a few days taking
treatm|t for bia eyes under Dr.
Great Bar gain Ckfer
TOASTE! ? J
1-3 OFJFl I
While our limited supply of Toasters lits, we ill sell
them ai a discount of 1-3 off the re blar prie This
electric toaster is one of the most c?t|renien.t coking
devices ever patented, .J ^
vm* they us- Wjsj^yi)
Southern Publie Utilities
West Whittier Street