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Here's romething interesting for buy
Misses' and Children's Gingham.
We've got the best stock in the city
-best in style
-best in quality
I-best in m ice
And the prices are now
Perhaps this doesn't sound like much
but when you see the real goodness of
these garments you'll appreciate fully the
reasonableness of their offerings.
You know it's just a little while till
school days, so if you don't need one right
now it's a good idea to lay in a supply for
You can well afford to buy lots of 'em
at these prices. Come in any way and
look 'em over, we have them displayed
"up front" on. middle counters-No
trouble to show.
Regular prices 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.25,
$1.50, $2.00 and $2.50.
One fourth off 38c, 57c, 75c, 95c, $1.12/
$1.50 and $1.88.
Sizes, 2 years to 17 years
Ceiling, Wall and J Oscillating Fans
In all Sizes
Southern Public Utilities Co.
BIBLES BIBLES BIBLES
We have a splendid line of Cambridge and Bagrter
Bibles and Testaments
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The Heating and. Plumbing Systems should be of the first importance
you consider the good health,.the comfort and the convenience of your family
Oar Plumbing ls the Quality Kind that adds to the houae beautiful by
luxuriousness and good designing of the fixtures.
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GLENN PLUMBING COMPANY
?THE PEU1?B ti00F) PXLTMBJ*5RS"
1*4 w. Beaion St (Under Map!? Hall) .'iSHl
DR. J. W. WHITE HEBE
NEXT TUESDAY NIGHT
WILL CONDUCT PRAYER
MEETING AT FIRST BAP
And Will Stop in Anderson on
Way to Philadelphia Where He
Will Spend Month of August.
Dr. Jo'.in E. White, w^o V.as been
chosen aa the pastor of the Pirat Bap
tist church In this city, will arrive
in Anderson next Tuesday at 8 o'clock
and on Wednesday evening will ad
dress the prayer meeting at that
Dr. White comes to Anderson Tues
day direct from Atlanta where fare
well services will be hold for him
and Mrs. White on Sunday. During
(his stay hero Tuesday night he will
be entertained by Judge and Mrs.
Wednesday morning Dr. White will
g to Starr to the Saluda association
wi..Te he will address the gathering
on "Home MisRiona.". Many people of
th0 c,ty WB1 ?? to Starr on that day
to hear the address.
As stated above, on Wednesday
evening Dr. White will conduct the
prayer meeting at the First Baptist
church. Tile people of the city are
cordially Invited to attend this ser
Leaving Anderson Dr. White will
go to Philadelphia where he will
preach durlnj; the month of August.
Ile IB expected to return to Anderson
about the first of September. .
Mrs. Wlilte will not come to Ander
son at this time, but will go to the
mountains of North Carolina where
she will stay a month. Some of the
baggage will be sent te Anderson
Tuesday and will be stored In the
parsonage until Dr. and Mrs. White
come here 1n the early fall.
SENECA ??S FOR
W01 Probably be Biggest of Kind
Ever Held in This Section
Special to Th? Intelligencer.
Seneca, July 21.-The little town of
Seneca is a perfect of bevy of workers
today. Everybody bas the gala spirit,
and the most elaborate preparations
aro rapidly being pushed to comple
tion for the entertainment of the most
pretentious farmers meeting that has
ever been held in this section. The
Oconee Farmer's Chautauqua.
Two mammoth tents have already
been erected, one to accommodate
Commissioner Watson's new exhibit ot
South Carolina products, and other
smaller exhibits, the other co serve as
a speaking pavilllon and numerous
smaller tents aro darting up every
whero The International Harvester
company are'unloading and erecting a
very .elaborate exhibit of farm impll
ments, gnd otoer concerns too num
erous, to mention are erecting smaller
Those who are to have a part in the'
behool and demonstration are begin
ning to arrive. Mrs. W. Marvin Wtl
1 inion, who ls to have charge of the
Woman's School and Demonstration
work, under the supervision of Miss
Edith L. Parrott. of Winthrop Col
lege and the agricultural department
of Washington, arrived last night and
has been busy with a largo commit
tee of local women in getting the grad
ed school building ready for this work,
and hos been fitted up with rest rooms,
nurseries, parcel rooms and other
comforts and convergences for the
women and girl?. Canning and cook
ing demonstrates will be held here
The farm school and demonstration
work, under the direction of W. W.
Long, state demonstration agent for
Clemson College and the department of
sericulture, has been amply provided
for with suitable and convenient
pinces, conspicuously designated by
large signs,,for holding their various
schooin and ! demonstrations. The
school ot markets,- which will be di
rected by Hon. E. C. Dassett of the
bureau of markets, of the department
ot agriculture has been provided with,
Tho people arc making preparation
to entertain thousands of people dur
ing the.four days of the chautauqua,
The music will be furnished by the
Smyth Concert band, of Pelter, which
will arrive at 7 o'clock this afternoon.
TCr?, speaking program for Thurs
day ls especially strong.- The onen
!*3g address 'will, be made by Gov.
Richard I. Manning. He will be fol
io wed , by ! Congressman Lever tn Ahe
forenoon. ' In the afternoon there will
be an address by Mr. M. V. Richards,
soromlssloner of the agricultural and
Industrial department ot the Southern
Another especially Interesting fea
:ure of this days program will be the
?pectacular parado of tbe Knights nt
\orra?san, who are Journeying from
3partanburg and Oreen ville to take
?&rge of a band of Tyros who ut?: re
o be conducted across the burning
ianda. Something less than a car
fad of animals and cages arrived yes
rday sad were carried to the hall.
?( everything seems to be here ex-)
the camels. It ls supposed that
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M?SS TKIIIHLK'H ENGAGEMENT
Popular Young Lady to Bs Married iu
Mrs. Frank Q. Johnson entertained
at an elaborate luncheon Thursday
morning, the occasion being an an
nouncement of the engagement of lier
sister. Miss Anna Varlna Ti ibbie amt
Mr. T'.iomas Butler Pearce of Spar
The lovely home was decorated with
nasturtions and ferns. ' However, tho
color scheme in the dining room was
changed to a most artistic blend of
yellow and white, these colors being
used not only in the decorations, but
the luncheon. In the center of the
table was a large lake surrounded by
furns, grass and daisies. At one
side stood a medieval castle cunning
ly made of block sugar. I*irge bowls
of yellow malene caught wit/.i bunches
of shasta daisies adorned earh corner
of tho table. On each place card
was painted a gold ring, the stone
being a real rhinestone. After tho
elegant course luncheon was served
the hostess called the guests atten
tion to he castles from which r>'io
dre wa time worn paper on which was
written the directions for the recovery
of a hidden treasure. The hunt was
very interesting. A box full of for
tunes was unearthed. Tho top for
tune, which was for Miss Anim Trlb
ble, contained the fact that s!i0 would
be married early this fall. The other
fortunes told the girls presr..t that
they would assist her. The br.de
elect ls one of Anderson's most at
tractive and popular yoif-.g girls.
She is a daughter of the late James
L. Tribble. who was a prominent
lawyer and had much to do In tho
development of our city. She is al
so a niece of Col. Joseph N. Brown,
colonel of the 14th S. C., Regiment
in the elvril war and is a prominont
lawyer and financier.
Miss Tribble has a voice of unusual
sweetness anc" her friends regret to
see her leavt Anderson, where she
will be gr? My missed.
Mr. Pearce ls a popular member or
Spartanburg society. He Is recog
nized as a most successful and promi
nent business man.
Th? -following party will leave to
day for Cashiers Valley where t ey
will camp for two weeks. Mrs. R.
E. Ligon, Miss May Ligon. Miss
Eleanor Frank, Miss Mary Starke
Watkins, and MIBS Evelyn Hoke ot
Birmingham, Messrs. Marshall Fant,
Aubrey Marshall and True Ligon.
Mrs. Ligon-will Send'everything nec
essary for an ideal camp,, through the
country and they are all looking for*
ward to a very delightful trip.
A pretty compliment to two very
attractive visitors was the delightful
I musicale given yesterday afternoon by
[Mrs. C. M. McClure in honor of Mrs.
Crawford Witherspoon of r.?jck Hill,
land Miss isabel Wicker of Beaufort,
j This was the first of a series planne :>
by Mrs. McClure and was a most
Ai: the guests arrived they were
i erved with refreshing nectar by Airs.
J. F. McClure, and Miss Agatha,
Spearman. After greeting the hos
tess and her honor guests, they were
entertained by the following beautiful
ly rendered program by some of An
derson's most gifted musicians:
Piano Solo-Mrs. Chas. Spear
Vocal Solo-Mrs. W. H. Nardin.
Duet-Mrs. C. B. Earle and Mrs.
Plano Solo-Miss Rhoda Vandlver.
Beading-Mrs. Aol leen Chick.
Vocal Solo-Mrs-. W. J. Muldrow.
Vocal Solo-Mrs. C. F. Greene.
After the program an elegant salad
course was served, thc hostess being
assisted by Mrs. J. M. Sullivan, Mrs.
W. M. Speicher, Mrs. C. E. Tolly,
little Misses Catherine atad Mary Mc
Beautiful Lawn Party.
One of the largest and most delight
ful parties for thc social set was giv
en on Wednesday evening by Miss
Mary Starke Watkins at her handsome
hom,, on River street.
This beautiful home wit'i Its pretty
lawn was a most attractive spot for
tho young people snd about one hun
dred and fifty spent the evenng as
Miss Watkins guests. Somo tanced
on the broad piazza, while others spent
tho time on the lawn, which was
Ugh ted wth many Japanese lanterns.
In tho house flowers carryog out tho
color scheme of red and yellow were
effectively arranged. Assisting in en
tertaining the guests were Miss Louise
Blgby, Miss Lou Austin, Miss Agatha
Spearman, Miss Catherine Sullivan
and Miss Eugenia Maxwell. An ele
gant salad course with sherbert was
Served. Among the visiting girls pre
sent were Miss Evelyn Hoke of Bir
mingham, Miss Oraec Ramsay of
Washington, Ga., Miss Evelyn Calmes
ot Meridan, Miss., Miss Sara Louise
Blanton of Jacksonville and Miss
Louise Rideout of Highlands, N. C.
Miss Marguerite Brewer and. Miss
Adeline Jones of ?Elberton,-Qa.
Mrs. M. C. Dixon entertained on
Wednesday evening at a charming lit
tle moonlight picnic at McKinney'?
Spring in honor of her two lovely
cousin's, Misses Tassie ead Lucy
Pringle of Charleston.
An elegant two course sapper was
served, and a very .'.'Rightful evening
was spent by tho guests among whom
were: Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Howard,
of Augusta, Misses Lucy and Tassie
Pringle. A. L. Todd, Dr. Claud Har
ris and Mr. M. C. Dixon.
Mrs. T. E. Howard; Miss Anna
Julia Howard and Edward. Howard
have returned from s six. week's vis
it In Washington, Ga. .
Mr?. M. M. Mollison and family
will leave today in their touring car
for Asheville w'.iero they will spend
Mrs. J. C. lllanton will leave today
for her home In Jacksonville, after a
brief vlBlt to her sister, Mrs. B. H.
Dlecklcy. Misses Sara louise and
Peggy Planton will remain some time
Misses Kthel and .Mary Baxter of
Greensboro, N. C., are visiting Miss
Ksthor I-assltor on IMver street.
Mrs. Dit bumpkin 1'ias returned
from a visit to Hock Hill.
Mrs. Daisy Wilson left yesterday
for Saluda. She wns Jolne.l at Pied
mont by her sister, Mrs. J. E. Wake
field and little Miss Kathleen Wake
Mrs. J. P. Burns and Miss Pearl
Burns of Greenville are visiting t'.e
former's sister, Mrs. Rosa McCully. 1
Miss Evelyn Hoke of Birmingham
is visiting Mrs. W. H. Nardin.
Mrs. J. H Godfrey has returned
from a vdsit lo her sister, Mrs. George
Leittier In Augusta.
Miss Hutli Thompson of Laurens ls
visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
J. J. Copeland.
Mrs. Oliver of Atlanta, who ls
pleasantly remembered hero as Miss
Dora Hunt, spent last week with her
Bister, Mrs. Will Shaw.
Mr. A. W. Meredith of Townvllle
was a visitor to Chodiar last week
A large number of our young peo
ple enjoyed a singing at bite homo of
Mr. Allen Jiahaffey on last Sunday
MISB Gertrude Cllnk?cr?leB of An
derson was the guest of MIBB Stod
dard 11 nice Sunday.
Mrs. Miles Kl 11 son of Anderson has
returned home after a visit to rela
tives In Cheddar.^
Mrs. B, F. 'Earle attended the Bi
ble conference in Greenville last Wed
Mrs. Albert Dickson of Pelaor ls
spending some time with her mother,
Mrs. J. J. Kelly.
ON CAMPING TRIP
Mr. T. Frank Watkins Has Gone to
Coast For Several Days.
Mr. T. Frank Watkins, a member
of the local bar, with Dr. H. N.
Snyder and Prof. A. M. Dupre of
Wofford College are the guests of
Mr. Henry P. Williams of Charleston
and they are spending a few days oo
tho coast camping and fishing.
To prevent newly-painted windows
from sticking, open and run them up
and down two or three times a day
for Uvree or four days. Unless tblB ls
done thc windows aro almost bound
Yesterday we moved from East
306 South Main Street
Next door to Kress' Ten Cent Store where we
will be glad to welcome our old friends, and make
new ones as well.
J. M. McCOWN
Retail Grocers of Quality at Right Prices
Screen Door and Window Bargains
Closing Ont Stock at Cost
REGULAR PRICE REDUCED PRICE
REGULAR PRICE REDUCED PRICE
You should take advantage of this oppor
tunity to get these goods at these greatly re
"SULLIVAN HARDWARE CO.
Don't stan on that vacation
trip without first putting on
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