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FOR THE MI
SERVICE WILL BEGIN THIS
TO BE EXTENDED
New Route for Brogon, Equinox,
and Twine ?A?l Villages-Ex
tension for N. Anderson
Iii ginning lal* morning the Uro-]
Kon, l.'iuitiox and Twine illili villages,I
....'.'i A tul- ?son and eertuln other
M i rm-" o? i he city will have div
irai ? i- ??<-fvii-e. I'uslmirUcr Wm,
Lui; ? ha.inn received notice from
Un imstoilli-e department In Wush
liiKit.ii, 11 C., yesterday morning to
li.M i ?ie servicie started al once.
'I ;.< miller lia;? been under con
shh ration t<u- some lime und the ser
vie? ? hus I.i secured through the
if |vt:!e.s ( Congressman Wyatt Al
len ?uni Postmaster Luughlin. Mr.
Aiki ti has hem MTV anxious for some
i nie lo have these sections served
by Hie eily delivery, and has kept
working at it until lt was finally de
eldeil. An Inspector was in Anderson
si'voral weeks ago to look over the
I tro gnu. Ki|iiino\ and the Twine
mill villages are to be Nerved by a
new carrier which ls to be added,
while North Anderson will be served
hy i .e t arrier on Route -No. 1, this
route being extended. Carrier L.
M. \V(lilford will servo the new
route. No. fi. and Mr. J. Ii. Ferguson,
earlier lor No. I, will serve North
Koi?o No. fi will start at Provost
?lui! Linley streets and after these are
served, the carrier will no to tho
eighth block of Whinier and Market,
working all Intervening streets and
? ross street? to the city limits. The
tarrier will then serve the Iirogou,
'.'(|uinox and Twine mill villages
in the order named, and then aervp
tl'.o ext "usions of Uleckley, Weat. Knd
avenue and I/ec and Trlbblo streets.
Route No. I is to be extended so as
to serve all of North Anderson as
far ns Mr. John Linley*? home.
.Must Number ?IOUNPH
According to .tho rules, all houses to
be served by the city carriers must be
ll lill) bored. Home of tho houses on
the new route and some of
Hmso lo be served by tho extension
cf No. I are already numbered, while
ethers are not. and It ls very Import
ant tha? tilla matter be attended to
Receptacles for Mull
lt ls also very important that all
tho-" to be s-erved by city carriers to
have receptacles for the mall Un
less this is done, the department lins
RAGS OF ALL KINDS
I will pay ?1.G0 per hundred, cash
for Hags. .
2?c per hundred for old Scrap
4c per pound for old Automobile
10c per pound for old Inner Tubes.
-and The Highest Cash Price for
all kinds of old Brass, Copper, etc.
If you have ns much us 100 pounds
of any of the above 'phone me nnd
lil call for it.
Muunlng Street, Near Blue Rhine
Well Dressed ?V
Come to S.1
There's true distinction ir
too, as the goodness g?cs all t
Spring- Suite? i
?'Where Qualify Reign?"
The ne west, niftiest showin,
m? i Ji-u 'linn' ?! f ' siuwL'i i iiwjw mm$u
a righi to discontinue the service, thc
carriers are also II ? ? " inquired
leave tho mail.
Thc installation et (his m w vow
ami I " extended service to So?"lh
Anderson will doubtless he appreciat
ed by Hie patrons, who will feel very
i klnly toward Congressman Aiken for
bis- untiring c ?orts to secure the ser
vice for them.
FIRE WRITERS AWAIT
TEST SWT EAGERLY
ARE HOPING FOR DECISION
THAT WILL RELIEVE
MEET OF AGENTS
Mr. Willett P. Sloan Says Plans
for May Convention of Un
Mr. Willett P. Sloan returned yes
terday from Columbia, where, as mem
ber of the executive committee, hu
attended Saturday a meeting of Hie
State Association of Pire Insurance
agents. Mr. Sloan said that while
the Insurance situation In Smith Car
olina was d! cussed in a general way
by the agents, plana for the state
convention lu May waa the principal
matter taken up, and thia occupied
almost the undivided attention of the
committee. Arrangements were
effected for the program of the asso
ciation in the May convention. Mr.
Sloan said, an-, this was put into
very satisfactory shape.
"While the agents aro taking MO
activo pnrt in tho pending Bait *o
test tho constitutionality of ?he
Laney-Odom insurance act, they tao
eagerly awaiting the outcome of ef
forts being made hy the committee
of business men appointed at tho
recent meeting in Columbia amt em
powered to make a test of ,*he law,"
Mr. Sloan said. Mr. Sloan further
stated that the cate would likely
reach the supreme court within tho
naxt few weeks .and tti?t the agents
aro anticipating some decision that
will lu a degree clear tho situation.
TEA! Wi:Its EXAMINATION
The next regular teachers' exami
nation will ho held on Friday, May 5,
at which timo all those who wish to
take the examination must be present
ut 9 a. m.
J. B. Felton,
County Supt. Education.
Weather Forecast-?Partly cloudy
Tuesday; Wednesday fair.
"Brightest Spot In Town"
HER GREAT MATCH'
BETTER KIND OF MOVIES
G. & Barton
ty are "live" men-the men
precinte the advantages of ap
well dressed at the very be
of the season. They know
O. & 13., clothes are always a
ins t? buy-IHts season they're
notwithstanding the critical
situation, our garments
any "ifs", "ands" or "huts"
ranteed to he fast color.
i the wearing of such Clothes,
he way through.
(15.00, $18.00 i %
et W Barton
g .of Furnishings in the city.
CAPT. H. H. WATKINS AND
MR. T. FRANK WATKINS
ARE IN AUGUSTA
THE SMITH CASE
Was Taken Up in Federal Court
There Yesterday Morning
C;i|it. ir. If. Watkins anil Mr. T.
Prank Watkins, mein hers nf the loea)
har. were in Augusta Monday where
they represented Anderson county
uluimatitx t i shares of the fortune of
tin' late Col. .lim Smith. Hie Geor
gia nm 11 i - in 111 ir MIM i re. when the case
was called in federal court yesterday
The hearing yesterday was held for
the purpose o' allowing what has been
termed the Georgia heirs to show
cause why a permanent receiver
should not h?? appointed and why the
temporary restraining order against
lite administrators should not be mud?
permanent. The case Involves some
lt is Haid that tie heirs' to the
Smith property now run up Into the
hundreds, and that scores of luwyevi
NATIONAL FLAG DAY
OBSERVED APRIL 8TH
TO RAISE. MONEY FOR RE
LIEF OF DESTITUTE
RECEIVES A LETTER
Mayor Issues Procamation Cal
ling Attention of Anderson
tans to Need of Relief
Mayor Godfrey has received a let
ter from the chairman of the (,ora- j
mission for Relief in Belgium askiug
?that he use his influence in secur
ing funds for the relief of the suf
ferers. The Nat ional Society of the
Dx.ighti.-rs o' American Hevolu
f ,n comprit i. g approximately 150(1
chapters and ?.-arly 100,000 members,
In cooperation with the Commission
for F.'jllsf in Belgium, have consunt
ed to celebrate King Albert's birth
day, April 8th, as a National Flag Daj
by the distribution o? 10,00(1.000 tug?
to be sold at a minimum of 7 cents
each, the cost of feeding one desti
tltute person one day.
After receiving this letter yesterday
C e following proclamation was is
Whereas, Tho Commission for Iio
lief in Belgium, through1 its National
committee named 'by President Wil
son, states that the need for food and
clothing Tor tho ?l.OOO.OOO destitute
in tho war occupied zones of Belgium
and Northern France continues:
Whereas, Tho National Society o:
tho Daughters of the American Hove
lution In co-operation with the com
mission for relief in Belgium, " ave
agreed to celebrate April Stn as a na
tlonal "flag (tag) day" in commemo
ration of King Albert's Birthday, and
Wheross. *.no great humanitarian
work of this commission ls strlctlv
neutral, being approved by the civil
and military authorities of '.he belli
1, J. H .Godfrey, mayor of Ander
son, therefore urgently request that
nil of our citizens respond liberally
to this appeal, so that we may do ont
share In relieving the dire distress ot
thuac helpless and Inno?..".it victimn
of way serosa the seas.
(Signed) J. H. Godfrey.
April ISM fi.
G A V.H LI: HS A UK ESTE I>
Sheriff Ashley ami Denni les Surpris,
ed Pilrty Sunday.
Sheriff Ashley and Deputy Sheriffs
Sanders cmd Williams surprise.! a
party of gamblers Sunday afternoon
In tho woods'below Mr. J. M. Mc
Gowan's. There were seven yourr
men engage^! in the game. The)
gave bond. '" .
To Pether Lecture.
Dr. W. H. Frazer will deliver hip
humorous lecture on the ' African Ne
gro" nt Neal's Creek school. Satur
day night at eight o'clock. There will
bo no admission. Come and brlnp
your frlendB. as an evenings enter
tainment ls in more for thoso presen*.
Thoso who have heard Dr. Fraser
will wont to 'hear him again.
For Sprains, Lameness,
Sores, Cuts, Rheumatism
Penetrates and Heals.
Stops Pain At Once
FW Man and Beast
25c 50c $|. At AU Dealer?.
CITY COUNCIL WILL CO-OP
ERATE WITH CHAMBER
A N OPPORTUNITY
For Every Citizen to Show His
Personal and Civic Pride
('repartition;) underway ?vidence Hie!
ian that Anderdon will have a more
thorough Clean Up Week this spring
than ever before, beginning April IT
and ??O?II?; throngs April 22. The ci
vic- coniinitt e of chamber of com
merce met last week and outlined the
campaign which will be started with
in tiie next few days.
The following proclamation ha^ |
been Issued by Mayor (lohrey relative
:o (Mean Up Week, which is from
April IV through April 22:
"The City ot Anderson, acting to
gether wi! the Anderson Chamber
of Commerce and oilier associations,
his designated the wi'eh of April IT
to April 22 (inclusive) ?is the "('lean
Up and I'aint Up" week for Ander
"During this week every citizen of
Andel son should make an effort to
.h an up his house and properly so aa
o avoid lire risk, lo clean up bis
front and hack yard, to paint lib
premises if necessary, to abolish ail
places tlint might breed tlics and nsos
lilitoes. to eliminate weeds, and to
help clean vacant luts.
..Citizens s .mild not put their rub
bish on the sidewalk or stree"., but
in some kind of receptacle-a box.
can or Lag or place same in piles in
spots- accessible to tho city wagons.
Tho street department will furnish
men and teams to collect all such.
If all such refuse is placed lu such
a manner so that lt can ho easily
loaded and carted away. Anderson
will he readily cleaned.
"This is an opportunity for evvy
citizen not only to show his person
al pride, hut also his civic pride.
Anderson h.' known as the City Beau
tiful, and we should all endeavor to
make it more so. Xrf'clty is attrac
tive if it Ls dirty and littered up.
All s'sould he willing to cooperate in
cleaning up not only their own prem
ises, hut in helping to clean up the
premises of others where help is ne
"Let us all work together to clean
up and paint up Anderson during the
week ol April 17 through April 22,
md then keep It that way throughout
the entlro year and years to come
Let us plans grass and flowers. Let
us not only make Ancle-son clean,
hut more beautiful. T e result willi
y,o cleaner, health1.'!-, happier and
nore attractive city.
"J. H. Godfrey.
THOMAS MARION KIN?
Well Known Furiper of Hopewell
Section ls Dead.
Mr. Thos. Marlon King, one of thc
most substantial citizens of Ander
son county, died at h's home In the
Hopewell section Saturday afternoon
it it o'clock. Ile was C2 years of age
ind had been Ul about six years, due
"o a stroke of paralysis.
Mr. King was born and reared and
spent all of his life In the Hopewell
section. He was a farmer und a
successful one. Early lil life he
uarrled Alias Alice Jolly, w~o with
two daughters, Mrs. X. c. Ducwortb
an.l Miss May King, and four son*.
Mesera. J. C. Carl. Uroadus and
Halph K?ng all of the Hopewell sec
tion, survive him. He ls ;.lso sur
vived by one brother. Mr. C. C. King,
of the Hopewell section, and two
stoters Mrs. Mary. McConnell of
Hartwell. Ga., und Mrs. Ann Melton
"f the Hopewell section.
Mr. Klug wa s a prominent Mt
son, belpR a life member of Hiram
lodge, A. F. M. nf this city. He was
a,:?o a member or tko Hopewell ilnp
tist church, where the funeral ser
vices were hold Sunday afternoon et
1:30 o'clock being conducted by the
Rev. O. h. Martin.
Mr. King stood for what wns rlg':t
and Juci and enjoyed the confidence
and esteem of nil the. people of his
acquaintance. He had many warm
friends throughout the county, who
respected his opinions, and who will
regret to learn of Ids death.
HI Ul? IN' AHERN VILLE
J. W. Harrison Formerly Lived lu
New? was received In tho city
yesterday of the death In Greenville
of Mr. J. Waller Harrison, a phar
macist, who formerly. worked in An
derson, and who ls n brother-in-law of
Miss Leona Donald, teacher In the'
etty schools. Mr. Harrison- waa
about SS years of age, and died from
penumonla. His wife, who wns Miss
Sara Donald of Piedmont. nn<& three
children survive. Funeral services
will be held In Grccnvillo this after
Get to know and read Intelli
gencer Want.Ada end you will
aeon see tltey will save yon many
a dollar and get you what you
want at the same time.
Published By Southern Public Utilities Company
MA ZIl A
ANDERSON, S. t:., Tl" ESO AY, APKIL L H '<?.
M "MU Eli ll
"Do it Electrically" has a great
er significance in Anderson today
tliun ever before.
The l>est always stands out with
clearness and shows how good it
is. This is true of Mazda lamps.
There is no helter medium of il
lumination. The best light at the
Many electrical devices, owing
to ibo fact that they eau he operat
ed at eonsiderable less cost than
when they wire bought few years
ago. are brought into daily use in
numbers of homes.
What is more strengthening or
refreshing than a fragrant, steam
ing cup of delicious, hot coffee?
And what is more satisfactory
than malling your own coffee, on
your own table in a clean, shiny
Percolator? No mussing-no hot
stove. Just the joy of brewing a
delightful, appetizing - beverage
There seems to be a growing .de
mand for Pt il itv Fleet ric Tabbi
?Uoves, and it is not at all sur
prising. The first cost is only
$.".".0 and to operate ono costs no
more than to operate an electric
iron. It may he used on the di
ning table to do any kind of cook
ing-frying, boiling, toasting, etc.
It ls beautifully finished, prac
tical in every way.
Few Utensils For Every Fam
For large families, where the
average domestic help is employ
ed and a large amount of cooking
done. Electric cooking will be
found more expensive, und in most
cases, not advisable.
In small families, whore no help
is employed and where nice equip
ment is desired, electric cooking
wilt be found many times mon
convenient, more safe in operation
as well *.s reasonable in cost.
In eery family, a few utensils
for early hreakfast. emergency and
i pedal uses-and for cheering up
cold meals with a warm disli or
two-is highly advisable from ev
ery standpoint, including that of
If you do it yourself it
will be right
Standing over a hot fire ls un
comfortable and unhealthful
is entirely different
There is no heat except where
it is needed
The Electric Broiler
enables you to do it yourself
With An Alcohol Lamp
you must lill (ho lamp, ad
just the wick, strike a match,
and he very careful nut tn
spill alcohol uti the table
you insert the plug aiul turn
When this is iii me you
"can devote all your atten
tion to the recipe.
At a very small expense
we can convert your old al
cohol chafing dish into an
electric. Phone us about
West Whitner Street
Monday and Tuesday
10c each, 3 for 25c.
Pant's Book Store
B. F. JOHNSON
Wishes to announce to those
who have corn to grind that his
mill is in excellent condition
add he will apprecriate your
the host Water Ground Meal at.
Call 4622 and have your meal
delivered to you, or leave your
orders with Mrs. J. L. Foster,
at Sensible Prices
Anderson County Fair
April 0 and 7
SI UK !
Benefit Elk's Charity Fund j
200 Local People
Miniature County Fair. Songs. Dances,
Comedy and Specialties ' . j
Everybody elae will b? there, so ]
Why Not Yen t !
Fi ?ces : 25c, 50c 75c and $1.00
Tickets reserved Wednesday April f>
at Theatre. ' J
Big Auto Parade will start from
Elk's Home at 4 p. m. Thursday and
parado tho entire town. . I
We have just unpacked, in
a variety of charming fabrics,
numerous models in New Sport
Coats-models charming in
their youthfulness, of expres
sion and thal will be liked in
Before selecting a Sprint,'
Coat this collection should he
carefully looked at
$5.00, $6.00, $7.00
and $7.50 Each
New Silk Shirts
Fullness and more fullness is the Spring Note in Skirts;
This is developed in a beautiful new Silk Poplin which we are
showing Special at
in the most popular shades and sizes. ,-- ?
$1.50 Taffeta Silk at $1.25
St.50"Taffeta Silk, 36 inches wide, in black, light iind
dark navy, and a wide range of wanted colors; when this stip*
ply is gone we cannot duplicate the quality to sell for J>t.50;,
yard; ' -" . v 1 pip
Special price, ?f -AM
the yard. . ..
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