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THE ANDERSON
TODAY
"BRAHA'S DOUBLE"
Two Reel Essanay.
"HEARST'S SELIG NO. 52"
Selig.
"THE GIRL HATER"
Biograph.
And Two R;eels of CHARLEY CHAPLIN
MISS DAISY RAMPEY.
BIJOU THEATRI
TODAY
"FREAKS"
Joker Comedy.
"THE GREAT RUBY MYSTERY"
Gold Seal.
"THE PROOF"
L Rex.
A Farce Comedy Reel by the Universal.
TODAY
MERSEREAU SUBMARINE GIRLS Pr?sent
"RUNNING F?R OFFICE"
Specialties
Mixed Quartette, Harmony Duet, and Clog Dancing
MOVIES MONDAY
"THE PHANTOM"
Broncho Two Reel.
"THE STRAW MAN"
Majestic.
Carolina
Augusta, Ga.
To and From the
NORTH, SOUTH,
EAST, WEST
Leaves:
NO. 22 . .6:08 A.M.
No. 6 . . . .3:37 P.M.
Arrives:
No. 21 . . . 11:15 A. PA.
No. 5 . . . . 3:07 P. M.
Information, Schedules,
rates, etc., promptly
given.
E. WILLIAMS, G. P. A.,
Tender, Juicy
FRESH MEAT
Rich, Rod, Juicy
Be?* and Extra
Tender Veal, Pork
Sausage and Mixed
Sausage that will
tickle your palMe?
and at Ihre and let
live prices.
PHONE 755 NOW
Oar Delivery Wagon Is On
-n.M.
Sanitary Market
Frank Dobbins.
?
PROFESSIONAL
CARDS
C. GADSDEN SAYRE
Architect
406-406 Bleckiey Building
Anderson, S. C
Chtsholm, Trowbndge & Su^,gs
DENTISTS
New Theatre Ba^-ang
W. WnitaerSt,
RUPUS FANT, Jr.
ATTORNEY AT I AW
Cox.TownHend Blag.
Anderson, >t South Carolina
SEVERE PUNISHMENT
' .IUI
Of Mrs. C?appeB, of fat Yets*
Stafidi&g, Re?ercd by Gardai?
fite
-troubles, and my nunlahment
was more than any one could tell.
I tried most every kind of medicine,
but none did me any good.
I read one day about Caraul, tho wo
man's tonic, and I decided to trv it. I
bad not taten but about six bottle* until
I wat almost cured. It did me more
good than ail the other medideesi had
tried, put together.
My friends began asking me why I
looked ao well, and I tow them shout
Cardut Severn) are now taking ?V?
Do you* lady reader, suffer from any
of the aUmenta due to womanly trouble,
such as headache, backache, ftidescbe
ilecptessaesa. and that everictfagty tired
H so. let us arge you to give Cardul a
Btrial. We lad confident It wilt help you,
as ?lus a million ether women in
past half century.
PLANS ARE COMPLETED
FOB LYCEUM COURSE
FULL ATTRACTIONS ARE
BOOKED FOR ANDER.
SON COLLEGE
6 ENTERTAINMENTS
Meeting Held Yesterday A*cer?
noon?Complete Number
Reading* and Lectures.
Tho I*auiPH College Association of
the Anderson college held a mcetiug
yesterday afternoon at the residence
or .Mrs. <\ ?. Sullivan at which it
was decided to |f*ut on the lycoum
course at the college, ail of which en
tertainments will be held there during
the fall and winter.
The entertainments booked for the
lyceum course, and the order In which
they will conic to Anderson are as
follows:
1. Is. A. C. Orchestra, an eight
piece orchestra.
2. Lecture on Carnegie Peace.
Foundation, probably Dr. P. P. Clax
ton, United States Commissioner of
Education.
3. Ralph Parlette, humorous lec
turer. This is said to be one of the
most humorous lectures on the Amer
ican lecture platform today.
4. Mariani Scotney. musical rec'.
tnl. T.hls ?rtist has one of the very
best voices In the lyceum bureau field.
This number will prove one of the
oBt treats fur Anderson music lovers
that they have ever had for years.
5. Lecture by Mrs. Plckett. widow
of Genoral Plckett who lend the
charge at Gettsburg.
Reading by Hat tie Dunaway. She
will read cither "Lady of the Decor
ations" or "-Daddy Longlegs."
Thero will b0 several committees
on the strcctB today selling both
double and single cours,. lickctB. The
prices for the double tickets, admit
ting two nemons to each of the six
entertainments will ho only throe dol
lars; the price of the single course
tickets will be one dollar and seventy
five cents.
The price for each ontcrtnlnmcnt for
each person, where the double course
tickets are purchased will figure only
twenty-five cents; and the c.nss of
entertainments provided arc such that
taken singly, they would cost at least
sevonty-f've cents an admission.
The Anderson people who attend the
lyceum course out at the college last
year will be the very first to sub
scribe for tickets this year because
they will know from past experience
what Is in atoro for them.
TEACHERS ELECTEO
TO TIUJACANCIES
Misa Florida Harris and Miss Elis
abeth Van Wyck of This
City Were Selected.
Misses Elizabeth vun Wyck and
Ploffde Harris w.*re elected tenders
yesterday afternoon to fill vacancies
1n the Anderson city schools at a
meeting o' the board of trust?es held
in tho oIF.ce of Supt. B. ('. McCants.
Mrs. E'lgone Trlbble was also elected
as tend or In North Anderson school.
The Work of Misses Harris and Van
Wych will bo assigned and announced
later.
The announcement of the election
of tho above two named young ladles
will bo read with much Interest by
the people of Anderson. Doth are of
this city and thoh* many friunds will
be glad to learn that they will be hce
this winter..
Miss van Wyck Is a grnduntc of
Winthrop College of tho '13 class and
for during the past year taught in
the Sumter city schools. Mfis Har
ris Is also a graduate of the same
class at Winthrop College and for the
past two years as been teaching at
Glnck Mills. She has rocently re
turned from New York whore she
took a post graduate course at Co
lumbia University.
WOOMTEX PICNIC
To Be Held at Snow HUl School House
Saturday.
Bethel camp 601, Woodmen of the
World, will have a picnic al Snow Hill
school house. Vi Martin township,
near the home of Jesse T. Drake,
Saturday, August 28th. The public is
Invited to come and bring dinner.
Plenty of apeakers have ' promised
to come among them being John A.
Horton. Fred H. Dominlck, A. II.
Dagnall, J. Mack King. J. T. West,
Leon L. Rice, Rutus Fant, Jr.. and
several others. Sheriff Ashley will
be there which will insure perfect
order.
Wo will furnish free Ice water and
have & good band.
I Everybody come and have a good
tine.
J. W. Taylor.
Clerk.
A Correction'.
Several days ago The Intelligence
carried a story abo.it the road from
Anderson to Barnes station having
been worked with road scrape. Com
plaints having been made in which it
was stated that this report waa un
true, a reporter asked Supervisor
Kla? jbout the matter yesterday and
he nad I ?en advised that this work
bad -boeu don* and that he says he
.~avc thin paper the information in
good faith, thinking that the roads
bad been worked.
MEMBERS FLYING SQUAD
RON SPEAK IN THE
COURT HOUSE
NOTED SPEAKERS
J. Frank Hanly of Indiana and O.
W. Stewart of Chicago
Singers Abo Coming.
Tho detailed arrangements for the
hi;- mass meeting of men and women
which Is to be held in th court house
on September 2, at 8::!0 p. m. in the
Interest of prohibition were made, pub
lic yesterday. The speakers will be
Hon. J. Frank Hanly, former gov
ernor of Indiana and Hon. Oliver Ste
wart of Chicago and they will be ac
companied by -Miss Vera Mullln, so
loist, and Miss Iris Itobinson, pianist
of Wincheste'r, Ind.
The above named were members of
tho third groupe of the Plying Squad
ron of America and spoke In Colum
bia, Orangehurg und Charleston in
February while on the<r campaign for
national prohibition. This squadron
visited every state in tho union and
their coming to Anderson v this time
is in behalf of state-wide prohibition
for South Carolina.
Mr. Stewart began his campaign at
Joneaville Monday the 2:ird. inst., and
will spoa'A In 20 towns In Mils state.
On September 1 he will he joined by
Mr. J. Frank Hanly nnd the musi
cians. They will speak in 20 more
towns in South Carolina and their
coming to Anderson Is one that will
be looked forward to with pleasure as
well as a great deal of interest.
Those who are responsible for this
meeting and for the speakers and
I musicians have arranged for the lec
tures to bo free and no collection will
I bo taken ns tho expenses will he pro
vided for by the local committee.
The public is cordially invited to
attend and hear these noted lecturers
and listen to the singing which is
considered to be extraordinary.
On tho afternoon of September 3
the speakers will he at Pondleton
where a largo crowd is expected to
hear them._
FORMER SCHEDULE Will
BE RESUMED THURSDAY
River Street Car?' Will Ron to
Square and Leave on the
Hour and the Half.
"On Thursday" stated Mr. Orr yes
terday, "tho street cas track will he
open from Church street to Ktver
street and the River' street car will
bp operated as alwayslbeforo the track
was torn up, leaving" the square ou
the hout and the half hour. Tho
Greenville street caT^wlU follow tho
River street car down to the Inter
section of River on Main, then turn
going back to the colloge."
It will e two weeks Thursday
since the concrete track was finished
to Rivor and owing to the fact that it
is impracticable to use a line before
fourteen days have passed after pav
ing, the River street cars hove been
stopping at Main. The T.ns from
Oluck mill is now stopping at Hamp
ton street and passengers under the
schedule that goes hack into effect
will have fifteen minutes in which to
transfer to TV.ver street..
10 WAGE PROHIBITION
CAMPAIGN IN COUNTY
Dr. ?. E. Burts of Columbia Con
fers With Anderson Minis
ters About it.
Dr. C. E. Hurts, pastor of the
Washington street Baptist church. Co
lumbia, and ministers of the city hold
a conference yesterday morning in
order that they might talk over and
formulate plans for n prohibition ? am
palgn which is to be waged in AM*r
son county. The object of the cam
paign Is to arouse the voters to the
polls on September 14.
Dr. Burts is secretary cif one of
the state prohibition car pr lgn move
ment and ho thinks that me senti
ment In Anderson counvy is over
whelmingly In favor of dtlvlng liquor
out of South Carolina. He states that
the onlly trouble Is in getting tho peo
ple to the noils on September 14.
Later Dr. Hurts will return to An
derson county to make speeches in tho
Interest of prohibition. He will be
at Honea Path next Saturday night,
at the union service if? the Flat Rock*
Baptist church Sunday afternoon and
at Ok wood Baptist church near the
Brogon mills Sunday night.
imnntK
"I should think that sometimes you
sailors get dreadfully homesick," re
marked the sweet young thing to tho
first officer of >ho Bright Star boat
Quadratic.
The experienced seaman pot-dored
and shook his head.
"Well, dot so much, aa you'd think,"
he replied, after a pause. "You see,
we're never at home long enough.''?
Answers.
BESTIR YOURSELF
YOU KNOW
NEXT MONTH
Get into action?stop "putting it off." You've waited just about as
long as it's possible to wait, and still get in on the "Profit Sharing"
proposition during August. There are only seven more work days
during this month.
That you are going to buy a NORTH ANDERSON lot?you have de
cided this positively, but you keep "putting off" the selection of THE
lot, and the "fixing up of the papers."
Your purchase of that lot will not get you as.^reat a portion of the
PROFITS as if you bought YOUR lot NOW?before the end of
AUGUST.
THEN AGAIN
If you wait a week or ten days more, some one else may get YOUR
tot?'the one that you would pick if you bought before they buy.
Since You Have Decided to Buy a North
Anderson Lot Why Wait Longer?
GET YOUR LOT
The lots will not get cheaper in price, nor will the selection grow bet
ter, so GET YOURS' while the Selection is Excellent, and while the
prorata of profits is greater than it will ever be again.
See or Phone JOHN LINLEY or 'GE?? WATSON
Phones 647, 906, 310.
When the thermometer
tarts climbing? when
nothing seems to re
fresh or taste good and
there sitems no hope of
cooling off?
TV, erne of osa* Re
freaMng and Inirst
O nehing Sodas. Their
thoroughly cooling el
facts am sM|Wrtiw|w sat>
Your Pare, Wh ole
some, K*jep-Cool Drink
is here waiting for yoeu
Ice Cream of the
nri highest ovalky.
Several different flav
ors. These are the
acme of perfection m
purity, quality and t?stc
Our store is twenty de
grees cooler than it is
outside. Drop in and
see as.
. Come in today end
satisfy year thirst.
'in Business for Your Health/'
Farmers and Merchants Bank
Farmers Loan and Trusl Company
- :
WftUbe pleased to cash one thousand notes running from*
$25 to $100 each that will be paid during the month of
October and the first half of November.
We want them paid at maturity,
about that.
We are particular
We want them well endorsed. We are particular about
that tc '? We want to see what land of company you keep.
A man naturally asks his associates to endorte his notes?
Birds of a feather flock together*
If you can make up your mind to pay your note daring
the month of JDctober or tike first half of November, regard
less, come to see us.
J. I BROWN LEE.
Cashier.
INDIAN MOTORCYCLES and HudsohSd Bicycles. The best tires
For hard use ever made. We have the best bargaJbi in Sadies and
Pedals that money can buy. . All work Guaranteed. -'V
M W. Waftner 6t.
GATESWmtt'TH
Pae as It*.

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