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"THE GUIDING LIGHT"
"A MOTHER'S JUSTICE"
"A FREIGHT CAP HCT T .vf -CoN"
<Ji4E Oi??s^i SELECTED REEL
"UNDER THE CRESCENT'
( In the Shadow of the Pyramide" )
Featuring Princess Hassan, Two-reel Gold Seal
"THE RIDDLE OF THE SILK STOCKINGS"
Featuring King Boggo? and June Gail-Imp Comedy
ONE OTHER SELECTED REEL
SIDE DRESS YOUR COTTON
JUST AS SOON AS YOU CAN
,You fertilized lightly this spring and there
may nat be sufficient plant food furnished to
support:: the crop and unless you Side Dress it
will shed badly in August.
The reason cotton sheds is that it has not suffi
cient plant food. The way to supply this de
ficiency in plant food is by Side Dressing-and
it should be done just as soon as you can.
Cotton has not got the very best , color this
It heeds more fertilizer.
Anderson Phosphate & Oil Co.
Anderson, S. C.
Just the Kind of Oil Cook You Have
Oil Stove With the Patented
at lt tais eli cook store ts the hlr/Hest developmeat In
t i aaras afr and ott perfectly % lights as easily a?
te. Iis heal predueisg newer is ike tearre! or boase,
of reinforced *te?l at c?n>* of top with twa grates
a bf any of ear large sise orens over twa bomera
the ase of the other two burners for reeking par
&ekl*g ranaettl tin (hereby provided.
T^Mea up te et ?rr test-h. satisfies every ?waat* ta eon
?leaned, ?enferrait* economical anal fa the most aroltsate
tw? a saving of tien? and money.
Mini, II i i.yy
Offer of Sp
SET OF ANY ONE OF FIVE
FREE OF COST.
WITH A YEARLY
Head Details of Greatest Premium
Proposition Ever Offered in
- Thia Section.
The Intelligencer hau heen on tho
hunt for a really first class premium
which lt could offer the public in con
nection with a yearly subscription to
Tlie Daily Intelligencer and lt is with
a feeling of pride and satisfaction of
something well done that lt offers
tho set of Oneida Community Silver
Te". Spoons, an explained thoroughly
in a full page ad In this issue.
We have not added one ?ent to the
trice of the Dally to cover the cost
of the.se beautiful spoons. Our price
Is Just the same, flvp dollars for a
years subscription to the paper, with
the set of silver spoons free. You
could not buy these spoons anywhere
at retail for less than a DOLLAR AND
A QUARTER, and a great many mer
chants would charge a DOLLA!'.* AND
.A HALF. And they are well worth
what the merchants ask ror them. We
are buying them In large quantities,
ls the reason that we are enabled to
giro such a . valuable premium with
the Dally Intelligencer without any
Increase In price.
This truly grea; subscription offer
ls open for a limited time, just now
we cannot say how long; but, as you
are simply bound to take some Dally
newspaper, The Intelligencer being
the best one published in Anderson,
and the opportunity to get these beau
tiful spoon* absolutely FREE, lt would
seem foolish to oven consider any
This extremely liberal offer gives
you the choice of any six of the State
Seal Souvenir spoons, or a set r.z six
of any one of the following naxne?
designs: "Exeter" "La Rose," "Ken
wood," or "Wildvod." The souvenir
spoons are GUARANTEED FOREV
ER, and the flatware ls GUARAN
TIED FOR TWENTY-FIVE YEARS.
Each set of spoons ls accompanied
by a Guarantee Slip from the manu
These souvenir spoons have proven
a veritable sensation wherever they
hav? been.sold. Almost every person
who buys one buys at least a set of
six, and In most cases two or three
dozen, and quite often the 'entire set
of a souvenir spoon for each state
In the Union.
The four designs ot flatware* offered
are tne very latest and most artistic
designs on the American market to
day. Everyone kTows that the On
eida Community would not send out
an ugly pattern, nor an inferior qual
ity of silverware; they could not af
ford to. Of course, you understand
that these spoons are not sold or giv
en away as a premium, as being Ster
ling Silver, for they are not solid sil
ver; but they are made ot superior
d8 per cent nickel sliver and have a
heavy plate of pure silver especially
toughened to resist wear.and an extra
deposit of silver on the point of great
est wear. They are of such high
.quality that the manufacturers give
a written guarantee for Twenty-Flvu
Years or more with each set.
In conclusion, we wish to say that
in all our experience Ut tho newspa
per business this. spoon offer ls un
doubtedly the Greatest Value and the
Mjoat Liberal one we have ever known.
Beginning Monday North Can*baa
Spoons Will Be On Sale
Also S. C. Spoons.
In order to allow those persons who
have not yet availed themselves of
the great opportunity of getting one
or the beautiful South Carolina Sou
venir Spoons, we have mide arrange
ments with the manufacturers, by
which we can supply them with the
South Carolina spoons until our pre
sent supply is exhausted.
Seginning Monday, wa will hare the
North Carolina Souvenir spoons on
hand, and the coupons will be re
deemable with either the North or
South Csroltna spoons, when accom
panied with fifteen cents.
From the comments ot the newspa
pers of the' cities where this Oneida
Souvenir Spoon selling campaign aaa
bean In operation, w? judge that no
coupon selling campaign has ever
attained tba degree of popularity
which these Oneida Community State
Seal?Souvenir spoons bas reached.
A great many ot our patrons have
already stated that they were going,
to'eave up a collection of anywhere
from a set af six to au entire collec
tion of a spoon for every elsie In the
union. The spoons are of uniform
size and pattern, with the exception of
tba name and seal of the states, which
makes them vary acceptable to be
used upon any social occasion, np
matter bow formal.
It interested in spoons of any sort,
be sure to clip a coupon and;buy one
of these souvenir spoons, or take ad
vantage of the tremendous subscrip
tion offer made tn Ahls issue ot the
? naper. It le the vary beat premium
laffer we ever saw made la connection
? wita any newspaper.
BE THREE SERVICES
AT THE TENT TODAY
EVANGELIST WILL PREACH
IN MORNING, NOON AND
TO CLOSE TONIGHT
Mr. McLendon Will Leave Tomor
row For His Home In Ben*
ne tts ville--Future Plans.
Although the Interest in the Mc
Lendon revival seenia right now to bo
greater than ever before, the evange
list stated yesterday afternoon that it
would close tonight unless something
unforeseen happened during the day*
The tent will be taken down tomor
row and 'Riv. McLendon will leave
for his home in Bennettsville some
time during the day.
Three sermons will be preached to
day. The subject ot the sermon at
11:30 this morning will be "Rest;" In
tho afternoon lt will be "Advice to
Converts," and the subject for the
nlgnt'H sermon will be, "And He Said
Tomorrow". Mr. McLendon stated
yesterday afternoon that the sermon
tomorrow afternoon would be one or
bis best and that everybody ought to
After spending about a week at
home the evangelist wilt gp to Chica
go, 111.,.Where he will purchase anoth
er tent, the one be bas not being
about worn out. He says that he will
get a larger and better one next
(From Chicago be will go to Sioux
City, Iowa; where he will study evan
gelistic methods and where he will be
with the man nuder whose preach
ing he was converted.
Mr. McLendon la going to take a
rest of about five weeks, the longest
that.be has had since he was con
verted eight years, ago last October.
All during this time he has either been
going to school or preach in gjirjjjhas
been working aa hard aaPeny TBan"
could to mak;e a success Int his work.
After ,the 'evangelist1 returns from
Iowa he wUl begin, preaching agata
In South Carolina .'and stapd yester
day that as ho for as he knew his
work would be confined ts thia state
for the next two years. S\ '?V
He also Btated that ?o^l^^'Jwr
pers had stated that he 'wui^euner
go to Greenville or Spar^fob'urg neigt
but as yet hag .recelypc
Uon from the preacher ? iwth
city. ..J received an ir^vtjat '
in the year from. ^reenrnj^ ?t^'jjf?W.
unable to consider tt: at t?. ;
Yesterday the evangelia ?MKflHB
with requests to continue bud meeting
another week, roany of them h^jng
telephone messages, sota? l?uers rah$
.nearly everyone ke^ talk? with asked
hun to nroa'ch n*iWnll?.y ager. "??
'stated' that h?. jta?.sorry j lat he cow.,
not do thir but since Iii plans were
made and he was so baft r in need ot
rest, he thought, it best to have the
revival come to a close u light as was
the Intention in the'bega ting...
The contributions to t e evangelist
are. coming in fairly wie !.. Mr. Mc
Lendon came to Anderea without any
agreement as to what f e compensa
tion from a financial stat Jpoint would
be and all that ho wi! get will be
that which is giren ?a a free will
BET BIB ?BM0T8
City Hat Largest Ha tware Com
pany in CaroMtaM re? iknles
Notwithstanding thef war, it ' ar
pears that Anderson cl icerns that go
arter tho big contracts^ ;et tbem, Jost
(he other day the wff ? known firm
of G. P. Tolly & Soi: anded o fire
thousand dollar contra t for furnish
ing the Clemson Y> m A. build
leg and library vMths ?miturc; and
now comes the SnlR aa Hardware
company with a contract for over
twenty-five thousand ?lars tJt leath
er belling sold this, tic:
The Sullivan Hal Har*' company .
have represented Aleander Bros., of
Philadelphia tor. the Jfet .
during which tims" tia* har* ?ead ail
the dealers of the enttrX United States,
who sell the Alex?nw ficos., leath
er bolting. In Rales, Jad during the,
year ot 19.13 AlexanfAr Bros, advis
ed Mr. Sullivaa W^KUB??BBKt?
all the dealers of t :
in the ?ale of l?athanit?
lesa of the Itaes han
Pew people ki.ow Mat sore tn An
derson there hw tb? weest hardware !
concern In either of rar Caroline* ana
or the ?tafce of Geera?. They can? !
tremendous stocks, agm nell car loada |
of hardware of evej|8 cort and kind
at wholesale, as we? a* the great j
amount of goods wWM?htfiy sell local- !
. . Brag MI Mill fte Clean, ?
The Bregon cotton nilli will Mon?
tomorrow, to observw July Most 'A ?
the other milla cloeed yesterday.
Baaks to Clone,
Tbs banka of Un?-city will be clos
I ed tomorrow te order to obs?rv* ln~
Ideae/adeuce Bay. The library will al
so b? ClOOSfc,
WESLEY BIBLE CUSS
WILL BE HELD IN SPARTAN
BURG DURING JULY 19,
20 and 30.
Special Low Rates Have Been Se
cured and Attendance Is Ex
pected to Be Large.
The Wesley Bible class is tho or
ganized Bible class of the Methodist
Episcopal church, South, and is a part
of the great organized Bible claBS
movement that ia transforming'the
old-time Inert class into one of power
and force, and one that is reaching
the men and women of the church
as never before. It is siso stopping
the awful leakage of boys from the
Sunday school and church during the
The South Carolina Wesley Bible
Class Federation was organized Oc
tober 7-8, 1913, at Columbia, and met
in Its second session at Columbia,
March 17. 18, 19, 1914. This federa
tion is an autonomous union of all
Wesley Bible classes in South Caro
lina-Intermediate, senior and adult,
for both men and women.
The third federation will meet In
Spartanburg July 19, 20, 21 ot this
year, and everything points to the
largest federation ever held In South
ern Methodism. Spartanburg Meth
odism is organized to make everything
delightful for all wno attend, aad
elaborate plans are being made to
accommodate from l.GOC to 2,000 peo
ple on that occasion.
An unusually attractive program
has been prepared. The following
strong sneakers have been secured:
Bishop James Atkins, forra?r Sunday
school editor and now president of
the general Sunday school board; Miss
Elizabeth Kilpatrick, Sunday school
expert of the general Sunday school
board; Dr. Chas. D. Bulla, superin
tendent ot the Wesley Bible class de
partment and corresponding secretary
of the General Sunday school board;
Mr. J. M. Way, divisional field sec
retary of the Atlantic division! Mr:
A. L. Dietrich, divisional field sec
retary of the middle division; Mr. J.
I. Sunday Behool field sec
A. li. Cole, Sunday
cetary Florida conference; Tir. M. W.
Brabham, Sunday school tlekt secre
tary North Carolina conference; Dr.
Jae".-"ft. Moffatt, president of Krs
kine college; the presiding ?di
both South Carolina conferences;
Rev. E. O. W&tson, D. B...Rev. lt.
S. Treendale, D. D., Rev
Msssebeau, and 'JVev. john 1.
all of the South Carolin's' eonferoncf ?jB
Mr. Charlton Durant, of Manning, atotjT"
Dr. Vance W. Brabham; ut Orange-:
burg; Rev. John W. Speak
R. T. Major, Rev. C. E. Pee)?, and
Rev. F?. II. Holroyd, all of the Upp*
South Carolina conference; and Mi
li. S. Lipon, of Anderson.
. . The following low rates lurve been
secured, which are the name As those
granted to thc hist South Carotina
Shriners' meeting during the Spartan
burg Musical festival, and th'o'rowpat'
ever grsnted a religious organization
of. this kind. The following places
will serve as an index to all sections
o? the state, the rates belog, good,
from all stations on alt tba principal
roads, and amount to just a....^Hne3
over one fare for tn& round vrtpt':,
Augusta... ... .... 4.4G
Anderson... . .2.So
Bennetts ville_ ..6,2?
Greensboro, N. C.
Greenville, S. C.. .4 -'.1.20
Gaffney. ..' .gs
High Point.. .. .. 4kS5
Honea Path.. .. .. 2.zr,
JoneaytHo.., ,. .8S
Knoxville, Tents.... ...
Kings Mountain, N. C. /.
I Roc;- HUI. ....
Salisbury, N. C. ... ..
Seneca.,. .,, ... ... ? ,f,
Waynesvtlle, N. C.... ... ...
(. Tlc5tewi wm bt on aale Jut?
20. gorx] reuvrnbg througn^tj
ot July, and may ?e <k&en4ejtv
gust 8th (2* payment cf *.1.<
allowing \iy who- so de*1r% tc
to .?unaluikft er eisernere cn
ttoa. It ts Us'aced that classes '
?i?. L. wm v
lW. C. Owen;
tanburg, 8. C.
i Takte* T acallen.
Mr. W. M. ftpetchnev. who it
charge of Cecil's business asSM
this ei?y, has gone to I^ynchmtfr^
for a week's visit. Because' eJ 1
tk? school ts uow closed fcaCwill
lepen again unto July 12,
Mr. Jno. W. Cochran buys the third lot sold under the
new plan. .
The plan is being enthusiastically received, but
For the benefit of those who did not see the first announce
ment, we reprint it below:
The North Anderson Development Company of
fers to divide among those who purchase lits from
July 1st, 1915, to July 1st, I9i6, 20 per cent, of the
company's net earnings for that period of time, and
10 per cent of the company's annual earnings for
the two successive years.
1st. This offer is restricted to purchasers of the first
75 lots sold, and restricted to, the year ending
July ist, 1916.
.2r*d. The division of the .20 per cent, profits for year
ending July 1st, .1910, will be made on thc
Each lot purchased in July, 1915, will count 2 4
units; August, 22 units; September, ?0-units;
October,,. 18 units; November, i 6 units;
December, 14 units; January, 1916, 12 units;
February, io units; March, 8 units; April; 6
units; May, 4 units; June, 2 liniis.
?rd. In the division of the ii) per cent, profits for
the two subsequent, years, each lot wilt count
equally, regardless of the month in which it was
4th. The terms of the purchase are ? i 0.00 cash and
$10.00 per month. No taxes. Interest 6 per
cent, per annum on amount from lime to time
What thia Offer Means to Yo**
* - -
ll nni? for $10.00 cash ?ind $10.00 a month
you not only buy a lot
more too) you pay for lt, but it means th?/ ?ou
become a partner Ea tb? pro&fr of an eat?rprta*
tn the development of which $rO?,ooo.Oo has
You become s partner aa the pr?&S* without
having, or having had, any of the responsibility,
and without \>
stock of the entert' ^
Jd oy?r $4
uar nejaatag le toe Quality
luxutJou*aass and good designing of the Hater??.
Get oar Kt&eates. . . '
tafc ? SpeetaSty;
!? W. Baas
0mp PLUMBING C0M?PANY
6? S?. <tr?s?r???p? Hall) ,^.r