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title: 'The intelligencer. (Anderson, S.C.) 1915-1917, July 23, 1915, Page PAGE THREE, Image 3',
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Dr. W. A. Tripp wu? a business
Visitor ia lht? c'.ty yesterday.
-Mr. E. ti. Evans and Misses Mar
garet and Nancy Evans of Pendleton
were in the city for a few hourB yes
Dr. Tarka o? Laurel Park camp is
spending a few day3 in the city.
MIKR Lydia Sherard of Williamston
was in thc city for a few hours yes
Mrs. James McGee nnd Mrs. Joo
Jones huvc returned to Starr after
upending a few days herc.
Mr. L. A. Brock lias returned to
linnea Path after upending a few days
Mr. Howard Hailey of Hartwell
spent yesterday in Anderdon.
Miss Cleo Bailey hr.s returned from
Hartwell wiiero he has been spending
a few days.
Miss Mabel Wolf of Asheville, N.
C., is visiting in thc city.
Mr. W. H? Darby, district revenue
collectors ls spending a few days in
.thc city checking up the drugs of the
various drug stores.
Mr. Milling Frierson of Manning is
spundiug a few day? in Aide;son.
Albany's Biri Inlay.
Albany, N. Y., July 22.-Tc jay is
the anniversary of the founding of
thc city which waa incorporated July
&ront Ugce? Oorsef?
Fitted perfectly by our ccrsetlere
$3.50 to $12.50
: Mrs. B. Graves Boyd
The compounding of ?. prescrip
tion we regard as a matter of most
We use nothing but the highest
Quality of Drugs which have an
swered certain standard tests.
As in drugs-everything else in
the way of medicines-proprie
tary remedies and toilet necessities
are of the same high standard of
Highest Qaulity-Lowest Price
-together with prompt, efficient,
polite service is our motto.
Get the habit of coming to the
Quality Drug Store for your every
W. E. ATKINSON
Who Deposits Your 1
Aro YOU saving some of your j
lt away whero it will work for YC
through your fingers into the pocks
ELSE? A former United States 8<
into a Savings Bank fifty years ag<
sayB: "lt's influence aa an anchor
been incaluculable." Why not try
. . . .
NO;depoalt too small to open an
Make yourself rich Instead of 8QM1
Farmers and A
Superb New Science Hall. Library an?
ment Up-to-date Donn?torie? with ?ll cc
cal Colleges of the Southeast. Student 1
moderate. Excellent health record; 800
influences. Athletic facilities extensive.
DAVISON Ot. DOUGLAS, D. D.. JV?
TWO STORY BUILDING
WAS DAMAGED BY FIRE
OWNED BY ESTATE OF R. rVt
HAD GOOD START
Mr. and Mrs. Mull? nax, Who Lived
in Building Were Not at Home
and Flames Had Headway.
Fire last nip it at 8:15 broke out
in Hie residence of Mr. Louis Mulll
nax on Earle street and did damage
to the furniture and hulloing amount
ing to about $.">00. It was understooj
last night that thc loss wan covered
by insurance. The building was the
property of the estate of R. M. Dur
rlss. The fire had made considera
ble headwuy before It was ever dis
covered, owing to the fact that Mr.
and Mrs. Mullina* and family were
not at ?>ome. A passerby noticed the
smoke and flames and gatfe the alarm.
Mr. H. A. Iludgcns was the first
ona to reach the burning building
and he stated that the fire started in
the rea1' of the building on the lower
floor-. When he saw it it had burned
up into the second floor and waa mak
ing good headway.
Tte fite department made a quick
run to tho scene and in a very short
time had- two streams playing on it.
The pressure of the water seemed to
be good and in a few minutes the
firemen had the flames under COT
troll. Owing to the construction or
the building, tho fire in the loof was
hard to get at and although soon un
der control, it took rat' er a long time
to completely distinguish the blaze.
Owing to the early hour of the fire,
and its proximity to the center of
town, quite a large crowd gathered
to watch thc blaze.
Better be safe than sorry-Willett
P. Sloan, insurance.
WAS KINKI) $10
Negro Struck Little Hoy In Frnli
Henry niaekvv?ll was fined $10 In
recorder's court yesterday for strik
ing Prod Parker, a little boy who
works in Manos* fruit stand'near tho
Hotel Chlquola. It npneared that thc
act was idone without sufficient ex
cuse and also tho negro was about
grown while the boy is only about
12 years old.
Ladies! Look Young,
Darken Gray H~'r
Use the Old-Time Sage Tea and
Sulphur and Nobody Will
Gray hair, however handsome, .de
notes advancing age. We all know
j the advantages of a youthful appear
ance. Your hair is your charm. It j
makes or mars the face. When it
fades, turns gray and lo?las dry,
wispy and scraggly. Just a few appli
cations of Sage Tea and Sulphur en
I nances Hts appearance a hundred
Don't stay gray! ook young! Either
prepare the tonic at home or get from
any drug store a 50 cent bottle of
''Wyeth's Sago and Sulphur Com
? pound.'. Thousands of folks recom
mend this ready-'to-uste preparation,
! because it darkens tho hair beautiful
ly and removes dandruff, stops scalp
itching and falling hair; besides, no
ono can possibly tell, as it darkens
so naturally and evenly. You mois
ten a -sponge or soft brush with lt,
drawing this through the hair, tak
ing ono small strand at a time. , By
morning the gray heir disappears; af
ter another application br two, its
natural color is restored and you ap
pear years younger.
Income and systematically putting
>UR benefit, or ls it all slipping
t and bank account ot SOMEBODY
mater, now a millionaire,, put $100
i and has never withdrawn IL He
age in all crisis of a long life has
account with us. Come to see us:
3BODY ELSE. -
and Trust Co.
t?LLEGE of S. C.I
1 Gymnasium. Modem Scientific equip;
mveniencea, Rar ka among the bert cla*?i
jofly doubled in three yea?. Exponat?
ft. elevation. Beat moral and rcii?ioue
Write for Catalogue to
afat, f *^lf if' jj
Dear Mr. Editor: My Judgment ia
against taking Issues with the editor,
and I would like to shirk the respon
sibility of criticising un editorial.
I cannot let your editorial "The
Livable Town" paas uudcr tile eyes of
my people, and in tho absence of
the city pastors, their people, without
voicing a protest. I am not at tills
time arguing the question of "amvse
men ta." No question has given tho
church more concern and I aseurc ?
you no question has received a larger
place in our redding and thinking.
You editorially endorse the modern
dance and endorse it as a city build
en-. The church ie unanimously
against your position.
To teach our people that their lead
ers and preachers and law-makors
are puritanical and narrow, and to
exhort them to break faith with their
church ls presumptions.
I rnii your attesiloa io thc fact
that every church in your city is op
posed to the modern dance which you
say "should be encouraged."
"Encourage the young people in all
the harm), SB amusements of the day"
you say, and you include modern
dancing. I have not anywhere heard
advice ..more insidious or dangerous.
In exhorting our people to "be broad
and liberal" and to break with us,
Mr. Editor, you are not cooperating
with the church influence of thin
city. It would have been better for
tho peace and intluence of our "pur
itanical" motheis and fathers and
the churches, of our city if your edi
torial on the "Livable Town" had not
Groat cities make dance halls, red
light districts, gambling hells but'
these things do not make great cities.
Very few people who have not al
ready gone wrong leave our splendid
towns to "play" dn the cities. Thoy
follow the call of commercial neces
sity. The "puritanical" small towns
and country districts furnish the sav
ing clements in all cities. Destroy
the "narrowness of puritanism" in
town and country and our civilization
I know of no small town in our
State made great by dance halls, etc.,
I know of several blighted by its
"broad" leadgjs. God made one city
in South Carolina to be great and it
went to social rot instead.
This insidious thing of "amuse
ment" has overthrown BO many civi
lizations of thc past that the church
of the present lias decided to stay
on tlie job of being "narrow."
J. W. Speake.
Thc Intelligencer would not argue
the question of "amusements." For
it realizes in the outset that the sub
ject i? too broad and the angles from
which it is viewed are too many. It
is similar to an argument on church
creeds, a subject on which the world
will ".ever get together and one that
profite nothing by argument.
We beg to call attention, however,
to the fact that the editorial to which
the Rev. Mr. Speake has reforenco
spoke of tho "harmless" amusements
collectively, referring j to dancing
merely as ono form, and passively at
that. He takes Issue with us on only
the one form of amusement-doning
-and in doing so niteconstrues our
use of tho term "modern" dancing.
Tho adjective was not u&2d in the
sense of "up-to*datc" or "up-to-tho
min?to"-which would have meant thc
exhibitions known as tho "bunny
hug," "grizzly glide," "turkey trot,"
etc. i.ml seen only in thc pub?c ?anee
bull or resorts of questionable char
acter-but was intended to denote tho
d|nce which ls commonly known as
tie "round" dance and tho waltz. Wo
Bay this much merely to clear up
what was not very clear in tho edi
torial -in question. j/
Aft wo stated in the outset, 1 wa
would not argue the question of
"amusements." Neither will wo arguo
the question of the propriety of ono
form of amusement-dancing-tho
ene whfch the Rev. Mr. Speako taken
issue with us on. For that ls another
subject on which opinion ls hopeless
Were we to attempt to 'debate the
question of amusements, lt would not
only take in the subject dancing, but
would include that of the motion pic
ture theatre, the vaudeville show, tho
musical comedy show, the modern
theatre, automobile Joy-riding, and a
host ot others. It is too big a sub
ject. These things are among us, and
probably always will be.
The proper course- to pursue. It ap
pears to us, la not to attempt to
abolish amusements, which aro harm
less per se, but to regulate them
when they get beyond the bounds ot
REUNION OF ORB'S RIFLES
This Annual Affair Will Be Held at
Pendleton, August 1?-^
The town of Westminster ls pre
paring for the annual reunion of Orr's
Regiment on August 19 and 20. The
surviving members of this regiment
snd their friends are looking forward
to this reunion with interest. The
complete program will be announced
later. '*. -
METHODISTS ANNOUNCE Bia
INCREASE IN H. ?. MEMBERSHIP
Asheville, N. C.. July 22.- !t was
announced at the Sunday. School
Conference of tho Methodist Kpisco
psy Church South, today that the
Sunday Behool membership of this
church increased by ninety-flue thous
and during the ~
i HMM BB
A SET OF SIX
Oneida - Community Souvenir Spoons
PAY SIXTY-FIVE CENTS
And Get Spoons
To the first 287 responsible and reputably citizens of Anderson who sub
scribe for the Daily Intelligencer for THR?E MONTHS, pay 65 cents, and
agree to pay ten cents each week for twelve weeks we will deliver this hand
some set of Six Souvenir Spoons FREE.
This offer is LIMITED to TWO HUNDRED EIGHTY SEVEN New'Sub
scribers. First come-first served? When quota^'is finished no more
Spoons on this proposition.
Owing to our inability to collect from weekly subscribers by mail we
would have to have the money in advance from all out of town patrons.
Anderson, S. C.