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HELD IS MORNING
ANDERSON COLLEGE WILL
THOW OPEN DOORS
STARTS 10 O'CLOCK
And Public ts Cordially Invited to
Attend-Marks Beginning of
A cordial invitation is extended to
the public to attend the opening exer
cises ot Anderson college this morn
ing at 10 o'clock. This is the be
ginning ot the fourth year and the
president and members of the faculty
(hope to see a large attendance at the
college this morning.
Yesterday all of the dormitory stu
dents arrived and all final prepara
tions not attended to belore. were
made. "All the students are here,
and all tho members of the faculty,"
i y ? ? . 1 1 . ?u -
l/ocal market yesterday 10 to 10 1-2
Open. High. Low. Close.
Oct..10.62 10.88 10.62 10.88
Dec.10.96 11.20 10.96 11.20
Jan.11.09 11.39 11.09 11.39
Mar.11.41 11.66 11.41 11.66
May.11.7211.93 11.72 11.93
She-"Something tells me that you
are married." He-"You wrong me,
Miss Peace. I got this black eye
from a bill collector."-New York
stated Dr. James P. Kinard last
night," and we are looking forward
to tomorrow morning."
The pr?sident of the ladles Col
lego association requests that all the
members attend the opening exercises
This afternoon the classification
committee will classify the students.
SAVANNAH, GA., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.,
Tuesday, September 21st, 1915
In Connection with Blue Rridge Ry.
Itt Fares Rt Fares
Belton. 4.00. 7.00.
"Hottes Path '.. .. .. 3.90. 6.76.
WllUamston .. ... .,. 4.00. 7.00.
Donalds ..'. 3.80. 6.65.
-Shoals Junction. 126.96.36.199.
Tickets will be sold for all trains' September 21st. Tickets good returning
on all regular trains to reach original starting point before midnight as fol
lows: To 3araanah, Sept 26th.. to Jacksonville, Sept. 28th., to Tampa, Sept
Leave Anderson 9:15 A. M. ^ 4.42 P. M.
Arrive Savannah 6.40 P. M. 4.00 A. If.
Ar. Jacksonville 10.30 P. M. 8.26 Av M.
Through coaches and pullman sleepers will be handled.
For complete information, pullman reservation, etc., apply to ticket agents.
J. R. ANDERSON, Supt. B. It. Ry., . W. R. TABER, T. P. A.
Anderson, ,S. C. Greenville, 3. C.
W. E. McGee, A. G. P. A.,
Columbia. 8. C.
OUR FIRST FALL SALE
We have Just received 100 Imported Cut Glass Bud Vases,-which
we ate proud ot offering to our 'friends at the ridiculous price of
Each, on Monday.
Don't fall to pea these In Window.
Waiter H. Jteese ft? Co.
Jewelers and Opticians.
I Saved Girl's' life ]
S "X want to tell you what wonderful benefit I have re? m
ceived from r> use of Thetas ttfar^DmugJu," writes 5
JJ " Mai Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky.
"It certainly has no equ?.l for la grippe, bad eojkfe J
9- liver and stomach troubles. S firmly believe Black-Draugfe4, W
g saved my little girl's Uti., When she had tte meeske J
J[ tfeey went In on her, but one good dose of Thedford/a J
Wt Black-Draught made them break out and she tm had BA J
9 more trouble. 1 shall never be without 3
te say horne.* For cons&*B*on, Indigestion, rieadacbA?Mv
JflKmalaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and alt s$$jsf
ailments, TJie^ford's Black-Draught fie? pfovedtt?if ft 8?!*,
reliable gentle and valuable remedy.
If you suffer from any of these ooioplauda, try BSac?v
Draught it Is a medicino of know? merit Seventy-five
years of splendid success psaves Ita value. Oood fox
j*?aig and old. ?Pbr sale everjFwhere. Plrice ce?*?.
Ladies Aid Society.
The ladies Aid Society or rho
First Presbyterian church will meet'
on Thursday afternoon at 4:39
o'clock, with Mrs. Mary Sadler, Mrs*
Alice Sloan, and Mrs. George Efigie,
at the home of ?he latter on Whltner
Mrs. Nancy Cross, who has been
spending thc summer with ber broth
er,-Mr. Phelps Sassoon, has gone to
Bristol, Tepn., where she will be at
the head of the domestic science de
partment in Bullina College.
(Mrs. Ed Atkinson and her guest,
Mrs. Eels are spending a few days at
Mrs. J. L. Gray and Mrs. J. L.
Sherard are spending a few days in
Charming Sewing Party.
Again yesterday afternoon a small
congenial party ot ladles were Mrs.
J. Levis Sanders guests at a charm
ing little sewing party and a deligit
fullly pleasant afternoon was spent.
Music was again an attractive part pl
the afternoon's pleasures and wag
furnished by Mrs. O. L. Marths, Mrs.
Fitzgerald, and Miss Bonnie Orr.
Mrs. Sanders was gracefull assisted
as hostess by Mrs. George H. Bailes
and Mrs. Harleston Barton. She
served an elegant and tempting menu.
Among the guests for the afternoon
were: Mesdames J. H. Godfrey, S.
R. Parker, W. H. Nardin, B. B. Gos
sett, A. 8. Farmer. O. L. Martin, J.
f. Baldwin, K. Lt. King, A. M. 8.
Sharpe, Raymond Fret well, J. O.
Sanders, J. I. Brownlee, Clarence
Beaty, Daley- Wilson, Fred Tribble,
Frank Bolt, G. W. Ould. Carrie Pat
rick, Eula DHl?ngham, J. E. White.
Fitzgerald, Misses Anna Ross Cun
ningham, Bonnie Orr. Zadie Fret
well, Jean Harris and Alberta Brock.
Miss Lucy Carpenter of Washington,
D. C., is the guest of -Mrs. Claud
Earle on South McDuffle street.
For Miss Turpin.
'Mrs. Albert Kay entertained at
small informal little rook party on.
Tuesday evening In honor of Ml H s
Francesa T?rpin, of Macon, Ga., who
ls visiting Miss Lut a Smith. After
several merry and Interesting games,
Mrs. Kay served a dainty sweet
course. Those fa??ted to meet Miss
Turpin were Misses Rosamond Bur-;
dine, Luta Smith, Wilhelmina Fant,
Lucile Burrlss, Messrs. Eugene Mil
ford, Allie Barton, L. C. Switzer, Guy
Bowland, Luther Smith, Mr. and Mrs.
?l!Htt?'?t?NH*?HM?< I* I
I Persona] j|
Mr. Henry Wakefield of Iva was a
business visitor yesterday.
Messrs. Joe and C. C. Jones of
Starr were visitors yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Sullivan and
Mr. Wash Sullivan of Wllliamaton
were in Anderson yesterday:
Mr. J.R. Findley and son of Hall
township were visitors in Anderson
M?sBrs. L. W. Sitton and W. D.
Sit\on and Dr. W. A. Tripp of Eas
ley were among the visitors yesteir
Mr. L. M. Morrell of Taunton,
Mass., was a Jewelry drummer lb the
Mr. A. G. Benton went to Atlan
ta. Ga., yesterday where he will spend
several days on business for Smith.
Garrett,-Barton concern. .
Mr. Glenn Simpson of Starr wah a
business visitor tn the city yesterday.
Mr. Paul Earle of Hollands store
section was In Anderson yesterday.
Mr. Will Breazeale of Belton spent
yesterday in the city. *
Mr. Joe richardson of Pendleton
spent a few hours in Anderson yes
Mr. T. P. Martin of Pcarcetpwn
waa among the vtsHpra yesterday,
Mrs.. A. V. Barnes sad Mrs. R.
H. Moseley of Lowndesvtlle were in
the city shopping yesterday.
Mr. W. T, McElroy o? Pelser waa
a business visitor yesterday.
MT. Arnold Bovd. of Mt. Carmel
passed through Anderson on his: way
to Washington and Lo University.
Mr. Ja*. N. Pearman. elene pi,
court, was catted te UnUm ^aterday
aa witness on a c*se in - he court
there. , - !
Mr. Whiter Gaeat -haa goan to Br-''
okine college whare ha wilt attend
school this year.
Dr. Richard Lowery of Sanaca was'
a business visitor yesterday.
Mr. J.. E, Kelly of Barnes .waa a
Messrs. Frank Cheaaoilt and
Georg? B. Prince, Jr., have gone to
Sparenburg where they will attend
Mrs. li. J. Duckworth of near
Lebanon ls ip the city the guest of
Mrs. O. L. Martin.
Ur. Enodh Breazeate and daughter;
Miss Avalente Brcaseale, cf W^stmln
Di). HOWL JONES
END CAME YESTERDAY
MORNING AT 7
FUNERAL AT NOON
One ol Most Widely Known Bap
tist Ministers in South-Per
sonal Friend of Dr. White.
The Rsv. Howard Lee Jones, D.
D., president o? Coker College st
Hallsville, died In the infirmary in
Florence yesterday morning at 7
o'clock. Funeral services will be:
[nek? today at noon in Hurtsville.
Pr. Jones had not been In good
health far the past several weeks
and some time ago he went to fin, <
mountains of North Carolina for a j
rest. About two weeks ago he re-1
turned to Hurtsville thinking himself
improved but. later found it necessary
to go to an infirmary hi Florence.
He grew worse about laat Friday and
after an Operation continued to de
Dr. Howard Lee Jones was one of
the foremost Laptit t ministers of the
south. He waa a brilliant member of
one Ot the south's moat prom i nen I
families, being one of four eona of the
late Rev. J. William Jones, who en
tered the ministry and became widely
known as an eloquent and profound
preacher and who also was chaplain
general of the Confederate armies at
tached to the staff of Gen. Robert E.
Lee. He was born in Richmond, Va.,
about 45 years ago, where he spent
his early boyhood. Later be entered
.Wake -Forest college and during his
four years he was one of the most
popular young men on the campus.
Soon afterwards ?? decided to be
come a minister and entered a Baptist
Soon after entering the ministry
he hagan to advance and served
churches In New York City, Brooklyn,
Chattanooga', Tenn., and for several
years he was pastor of the Citadel
Square Baptist church in Charleston.
He resigned as pastor of thia church
about two years ago to serve Coker
college as ita president.
Dr. Jones was well known in An
derson and was a personal friends of
Dr. John E. White, the two being
classmates at Wake Forest college.
Dr. White left the city yesterday af-,
ternoon to go to Hurtsville where he
will conduct th? funeral exercises at!
noon today* Dr!. Jonea had preach
ed at the First Baptist, church of this
city a number of times and he was
always greeted by large audiences.
His'death ls a distinct loss to
South Carolina,.aud ,to sontthern Bap
tists. He was about aa .well known
in North Carolina and Virginia as he"
waa ia South Carolina and be has ;
friends and admirers all over the
southern states who will mourn his
Dr. Jones ls survived by his wife ?
and two sons and four brothers: Dr.
M. Ashby Jones, of Augusta; Dr. E.
Pendleton Jones of Edgefield; Dr.
Carter Helm JoaerH of Seattle,
Washington, and' a iourt'a brother
who is a business man ia this state.
Death of a Little Bey.
William, the two year old son of
Hr. and Mrs. D. W- Rogers, died at
their home, 57 Riverside, at 8 o'clock
yesterday morning. The funeral will
be held today and intermeut at Send>
inp-r--J->> "" M'-T
star have been ?pending tels week
with R. A. Breazeale near Lebanon,
Misses Nannie Breaseale and? Sara
Richardson, who have been visiting
Mrs. H. J. Crouch in Elko, return
ed to their home th the Lebanon sec- j
tlon Wednesday. They wera met in
Anderson hy Mri and Mrs. R. A.
Mrs. W. L. Nelson of Charleston
ts visiting her aunt, Mrs. L. H. See!.
"TIZ" make? sops, burning, tlrrd fees
fairly daaee with delight. Avay go the
aches and pain*, the eema, c?llense?,
blisters sad bunios?,
out the acids and
poirwaa that putf
np your feet. No
, matter how hard
wow work, how
long you dance,
how far you
walk, or how long
you remain en
your feet, ^TIZ"
toot ' comfort.
"TIZ" li WM
derful !Or tired,
tching, ?w?lk?, stateliest**. Tau. f.ei
iu*t tingle for joy} shoes . o? hart or
(?rt a ia era? boa ot "TI2" now fro?
ny druggist or department ?tere. Hud
ont torture forever-w?ar ?Dallar ali.*f?,
. ?bp your feet fresh, sweet and happy.
FOLEY K?1)WEY HlXS
fe? BM SAC HI mourn ANO CiAUPSa
WAS ELECTED YESTERDAY
AFTERNOON BY BOARD
3RD AND 4TH GRADE
Haye so Many Pupila That H is
Necessary to Pot Sons? of
Pupils in Kennedy St.
At a regular meeting ot tbs board
ot trustees of th city schools to the
Office of Superintendent McCants yes
terday afternoon st 5 o'clock, Mis?
Leona Holland of Greenville, ares
elected to teach the third grade at
Glenn street school.
In addition to electing another
teacher, tue trustees erected a com
mittee to prepare desks for the over
flow of children thia session. It was
also decided to move some of the pu
pils in the third and fourth grades to
Kennedy street. This is the only
school building which has any vacant
Tooms and there being two there,
third and fourth grades will be estab
Miss Holland ls expected In the city
in the next few da**s and will proba
bly take up her work Monday.. Thc
overflow of pupils made it ner?nHary
to elect another teacher and law.* on,
if thc attendance Increases, it may he
necessary to elect additional teachers
Drugs Excite Your
Kidneys, Use Salt?
ll Your Back Hurts or Bladder
Bothers, Drink Lob of
When your kidneys hurt snd your
back feels sore, don't get scared and
proceed to load your stomach with a
lot of drugs that excite the kidneys
and irritate the entire urinary tract.
Keep your kidneys olean like you keep]
your bowels clean, ny flushing htem j
with a mild, harmless salts which re
moves the body's urlnous wanto and
stimulates thom to their normal ac
tivity. The function of the kidneys
is to Aller the blord. In 24 hours
they strain from lt GOO grains of acid
and waste, so we can readily under
stand the vita importance of keeping |
the kidneys active.
Drink lots of water-yon can't I
drink too much; also get from any
pharmacist about four ounces of Jad'
Salts; take a tablespoonful In a glass
of water before breakfast each morn
ing fot a few days and your kidneys
will act One. This famous salts ls
made from the acid or grapes and
lemon Juice combined with lithla, and
baa been used for generations to
clean and stimulate clogged kidneys;
also to neutralize the adds tn url?ej
os lt no longer bi a source of li ri? |
tattoo, thus ending bladder weakness.
Jad ?Balts is Inexpensive; cannot In
jure; makes a delightful effervescent
Uthia-water drink which everyone
should take now and them ?o keep
their kidneys clean and active. Try
this, also kc, i up the water drinking, I
and no dont--, you will wonder what i
These Oneida Community Ll
from FIFTY to SEVENTY-F
tyrer* get out of the advert?s;
throughout thu country, they
COST and the cost of handln!
Each Oneida Community Ltd
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Guarantees state fully ?sd ?
if you have ?ot aln
from The Intelligence
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This connon, when pre
_ sentad wita Ito (or by mall
l4toL good for one ?tat? Sou
avenir Spoon. If ordering by
msll, address Spoon Depart
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For Infant? and Children,
Mothers Know That
Look After Your Child's Eyes
Of Supreme Importance-Your Duty
" i.i,? i,-, .,, , , - , ? ? ? -i---i
School begins within a very few days, and then study, study,
night v. ork. and more night work, which means a strain on
young eye sight.
NATIONAL M ADZ A LAMPS
are the nearest approach to Sunlight that there is. They are
better and cheaper than any other light made.
(See Window Display.)
SOUTHERN PUBLIC UTILITIES CO.
became of your k^dne^, trouble and
'^My dear," he began mildly.
"Well"" ehe snapped. "I don't mind
your borrowing my Panama bat. But
when you return lt, please remote,
tho veil and the hatpinB. 1 don't
care to wear such equipment dow Ur
town again."-Pittsburgh Post.
?mi.sui i i.un wi.,i.
:d. SUte Souvenir ?poona would ?ell at RETAIL mt anywhere
IVE cent*; tat onaccount of the ADVERTISING ?he manufac
bg and promotion of these Spoons hy the different Newspapers
are sold at FIFTEEN cents each, whick covers the ACTUAL
i? them without any profit to the newspaper.
Souvenir Spoons for 15c
State Souvenir Spoon b wrapped in the PAINTED GUARAN
?rers, which leaves nothing to be understood or awarer! aJL The
tplicitly inst what tt does guarantee.
sady started a set, begin today. Clip a coupon
r. You can redeem it at The Intelligencer
No Spoon soW at Any Price With*
out This Coupon.
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