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.Will NOT FADE our $1.50 SHIRTS that
we are selling so many of at $1.15.
If you have not seen these shirts, drop in
today while we have all sizes for you to
select from. Yes, $1.00 Shirts are going
at 80c. Call and see them today.
Ne<v winter woolens surely contain your favorite. We
will take pleasure in showing you the 1915 'and 16
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Plants-Plumbing Outfits-Heating and
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-Farm Supplies and Machinery of all kinds.
The Best lines at the Best Prices and Prompt
? See .
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"We Deliver the Goods.9'
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~ JW ^- d ,fff fi tat?. Accralltod by Virginia State
ffrrlKSl& - iSB^llMBlMMi HtMiifrfc Board of Education. Hundreds of grad?
?3t^aM*lKflWlJ?JUM?'Ul<w now teaching, ft SO pays charge?
The Leading Trainmti School for Gris in Virginia
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I Imitations of COCA-COLA coftv* ?nd
i go-none last more than a few seasons.
1 This has been going on for 29 years
1 yet COCA-COLA, unchanged in name
& or self, keeps its old lxierids arui niakes
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RARE TREAT AT TAE
CONCERT LAST NIGHT DE
LIGHTED LARGE AUD
Was Unusually Good and Was
Deserve Credit Also.
Anderson has seldom had the op
portunity of hearing such a treat as
the concert given last evrning under
the auspices of tue R. E. Lee chap
ter, U. D. C., at the Anderson thea
?Miss Rhoda Vandiver managed the
concert and in arranging and staging
such a charming affair proved herself
not only an artist in a musical way
but an adept in management as well.
All the entertainers were at their
best and received hearty and merited
applause. Madame Caroline Miller
is the popular entertainer at Chick
Springs for the Benson. She possesses
a superb soprano voice, appeared
several times on the program and was
very generous with the ench?res
which were repeatedly demanded of
Madame Caroline Miller first ap
peared in "Aria From Tannbauser" j
by Wagner. Site next apeared by j
singing "For Yon Alone," followed by
"Because of You." Tue latter was
composed by an Anderson composer.
Miss Lily Strickland, and this and the
fact that the Anderson artist was
singing it, caused it to be especially
Irked. Madame Miller appeared lu
several other numbers and enchores.
A splendid audience was present
and Miss Vandiver deserves much
credit for the success of the affair.
Was Given in Honor of Miss Lu- j
calle Seabright, Guest of
Mrs. S. N. Smith.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. S. N.
Smith waa the scene of a delightful
birthday party on Friday given in j
honor ot Miss Mterlum Lucille Sea-1
bright ot Cornella. Cia., who is spend
ing ber vacation with- ber aunt and
uncle, the host and hostess.
There was gathered together
merry crowd ot young people who en
Joyed themselves Immensely. One ot j
the diversions of the afternoon was
the embroidering of each couple's in
itials un a small piece of.white cloth,
these pieces to be later made into a
pillow corer for tho one in whose
honor the party was given.
The guests were Invited Into the
prettily decorated dining room bv
Mr. Lois richardson and Misa L >?se
Martin. Tho color aceme was pink
and green. Crepe paper stands of
these shades decorated tho table on
which a urge pink cake, covered with
hearts and decorated with lighted
catadles, was to be seen. The morry
crowd gathered around the table and
indulged in the delightful refresh
men ts, there being ice cream and
cake in abundance.
Each of the guests waa given a j
pretty little souvenir in the shape ot!
a -maple leaf on which August 6th,
1916 was noted, thia being the birth
Another delightful feature of the
affair was the music rendered by Mles
Floride We i born.
Miss Seabrlght was unusually well
remembered with many pretty gifte.
The guests Included Dr. and Mrs. J.
C. Mitchell of Anderson anil Miss]
Rosabelle G. Mitchell, the doctor')
slater of Cincinnati, who is spending ,
ber: Vacation here. Mr. Oscar Ste-,
venson was also a member of thiB
group who motored over from At
dereon. Others were Mary and An
nie Smith, Edith Hutchinson, Beosie
Harria, Ruth Webb, Blanche Daly
rumple, Mil wee ?nd Ada Wilson,
Louise and Ruth Martin, Mattie and
Louis Richardson, Grace Martin, Flo-''
ride Wei born and others.
Among the boys were D. K. N.
Welborn, Griffin Jameson, Guy Har
ris, Beauford Br?asele. Ernest Mar
tin, Roy. Marcus and Augustus Craig,
Carroll Hunlcutt, W. Belt and Ted
Smith. Mrs. Claude Smith and Mr.
and Mr. A. T; Presaley were also In
.The Masonic picnic waa a grand
sucrosa. Several lodges were rep
resented. S. N. Rowell ot Piedmo W
made the welcome address, follow* i'
by Mesara. Bryan, Cooper abd Hon.
A. H. Bagnall.
If you (have never heard thean men
lt will do you good to hear them.
Mr. Logan Reavta commercial ar
tist of the Philadelphia Preys ts
spend la g a few -weeks with hts moth,
sr, Mrs. W. F. Lee.. The war pre
vented him from spehdlng hi? vaca*
lien In Aorone.
Meeter Wilton Murph*** very sick, j
The tent meeting e9 Shiloh win
rios* Sunday night. Large-crowds
have been In attendance. We hope
tauch good will come from this meet
Miss May Wlgglagton is teaching ai
thhs place, whV'Bfty ??pfts on the
_? Wilsen Family Ueakfen.
The reunion ol descendants ot Mr.
R?. C.- Wilson will ?e nett ?t his
borne la Brushy Creek township on
ednesday, August US. All relativ??
od or marriage are cordially
Miss Eulalia Turner of Greenwood'
is visiting ber cousin Miss Gertrude ?
Turner on John street.
? - ?
Mr. Adam Fisher and children, who,
have been visiting.Mrs. lt. W. Shelor,
have returned to their home In Char
Mr. P.*. M. Spearman of Piedmont
was a business visitor in thc city yes
Mr. and *?rs. Jas. N. Pearman
have returned home after spending!
the past week motoring in Georgia
Mr. H. P. Halley has returned to
his home in Hartwell after a visit to
his daughter, Mrs. Walter H. Keese.
Mrs. Halley will remain with Mrs.
Keese a few days more.
Messrs. E. P. Rile of Baltimore,
C. H. Cohen of New Orleans and De
wilt King of Charleston were Jewel
ry drummers m the city yesterday.
'.Aessrs. J. H. and Albert Wright
and Mr. White McClure of the
Roberts section were business visit
ors in Anderson yesterday.
Miss Myrtle McKinney has return
ed to her home here after spending
a few weeks in the mountains.
MY. R. L. Swed em berg of Port
man was a business visitor in the
Dr. ?nd Mrs. W. I. Hailey of
Hartwell Spent Sunday in the city.
Mr. J. A. Pruitt of Starr was a
business visitor in Anderson yester
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Vandlver and
family have returned from Hendor
sonvllle n their automobile.
Mr. Howard Halley, who recently
underwent an operation for appen
dicitis at ;ho Anderson hospital, ls
Mr. Harvey Todd of Evans phar
macy No. 2 la taking his vacation this
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Horton and
party have returned from Hender
sonvllle where they haue been spend
ing the psst few days.
Mr. John Tresker. who has been
making his home In Clinton recently. !
hut formerly of Pendleton, passed;
through the etty yesterday. He has
accepted a'position with the Dupont
Powder company at Petersburg and
will go there within a few days to
Mr. H. B. Fitsgerald baa return
ed from Atlante with his family he
having went over there the latter part
Of last week ta his automobile to !
bring them home.
Miss Ruby Manning will leave to
day for Winder, Ga., where she will
spend several days.
Mrs. Thomas Bakew ls spending]
several days te Dillon, Ga., visiting i
Mr. and Mrs. Gershon Ruben stein
have gone to Baltimore and Phila
delphia for a few days. Mr. Isadore'
Runenstein of Auguste ls In the city
attending to the store while they are
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Ranier have
returned from Blaire where they visit
ed the former "a father.' Mrs. Rai
ner's Sister, (Miss Sallie Belle Jenkins
returned with them.
Miss Eva Beames of Ninety-Six ls
Visiting in the city.
Miss Jean Harris and Mrs. ray
mond Beaty will return tonight from
Francisco.. Cal., where they have
attm'dtr? the exposition.
The Neals Greek section has been
blessed with refreshing .'howers dur
ing the psst week. The crops are
beginning to look better.
Oar protracted meeting will begin
on the fourth Sunday. The preach
ing services will be condected by the
Rev. Ringley of Hones Path and the
singing by Mr. John T. Milford.
. Mr. L?. P. Smith of Anderson will
make aa address to our Sunday school
next. Sunday afternoon . at four
o'clock. The public ts cordially In
vited to attend all services . at our
,, The community and county at large
will be grieved to learn of thc illness
Of Rev. antFMra. J- 5**?s. It vr
a great disappointment to tho Sunday
school that they were not present
Mr. and Mrs. Furraan Bridwell of
Spartaaburg spent Sunday with Fov.
and Mrs. J. T. Mann.
, Misa Russie Kay ls ^Visiting her els
ter ?Ira. John Ca?ate? at Cross
Misses Alice Cobb and Madge Shir
ley -attended the singing school at
VHaltg>o Conducted tsy <rrof. Henry
Milford. Quite a aumher tram -this
aeotton enjoyed the closing exercises
Mr. ?hd Mrs. J. V. Elgin of Abbe
ville are -suiting their parents, Mr.
tart Mrs. James A. Sift**
Mrs. Msyme Kay and children of
Anderson spent Sunday with Mr. end
Mra. R. tl. Shirley.
Mr. ?nd Mrs. Hosken ?ry and
Mr and Mrs. Ernest Kay of Belton
?rere tb? guetta cf Mir. Eogene sad
Miss Lissie Xsy Sunday.
?Mrs. H. P. McDaniel has returned
ttom Henderson ville, Asheville sad
rather points in th? moon tains ot N.
YOI I HO??
Thus making it worth
more as a home, or to
rent, or to sell.
In this day and time
ninety nine persons out
of every hundred want
ELECTRICITY in the
hom^ for several differ
ELECTRICITY in your
home is not an exjtense,
but an absolute neces
sity, and a good invest
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Chora in One to Three Minnies
We are expecting ?ext week another lot of those New One
Minute Charm, 3 and S gallon size?.
3 GALLON SIZE, $4.50
5 GALLON SIZE, $5.50
This is one of die simplest and one of the best charm ?var
put on the market Nothing about lt to mat er wear oat
jost a simple heavily re-tinned churn with springs at top and
bottom. Nothing in the chum but milk easily deaned and
a child can operate it. . t
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Oneida Community Ltd. State Souvenir
FOR READERS OF THE INTELLIGENCER-A SPOON FOR
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.The Oneida Community, Ltd.
if you have not already started a set, L>egin today. Clip a coupon
from The Intelligencer. You can redeem it at The Intelligenter
This coup?e, mum BM
sented Tritt 15c (or by mall
20c), good for ono Stat? Sou
venir Spoon. If ordering by
mail, add reas Spoon D?part
il pm*, Stt* Jpt^Hgeooar, Aa-w
deraon, 8. C. ,
No Spoon sold h. Any Price With
out This Coupon.
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South Cn roiana, No*2h Carolin*. A?ali ama,
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