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THE ENCAMPMENT BE
HELD WEEK APRIL 24
ANNOUNCEMENT MADE YES
TERDAY MORNING BY
Large Number of Patronesses Will
Assist in Arranging Enter
President F.'Iggs announced to the
7.10 Clemson cadet? yesterday morn
ins that they would again go to An
derson for their annual encampment,
riley will arrive In Anderson Monday
morning. April 24, at 9 o'chek and
will remain until late the following
It had been generally known in
Anderson for some time that the en
campment would be held herc, and
preparations were already underway
for their reception. The matter was
not given sny publicity at the re
?lucst of President Riggs.
The encampment will bo held on
tho Cate:' lot on Greenville street,
which he huB given free of cost. Ev
ery convenience will be arranged on
this lot, and additional space will be
secured from Mr. W. A. Watson and
!)r. J. O. Sanders, who have pro
Entertainment for the cadets will
he provided by thc ladles- of the elly,
anti the publicity committee of thc
rhojinber of commerce lias designated
he following number of patronnesses,
Mrs. ii. l?. Lagon to act as chair
Mrs. It. E. Ligon, chairman; Mm.
.luina Fant, Mrs. W. il. Nardin, Mrs.
I). P. Sloan, Mrs. R. E. Bnrriss,
Aire. T. S. Cray ton, Mrs. Phelps
Sa?secn, Misr? Janie Hamlin, Mis*
Louise Qilmcr, Mrs. Pat W. Major,
Mrs. S. M. Uyars, Miss Eliza Major,
.Mrs. Jaa. T>. Anderson, Mrs. .1.
Swilling McFftll, iMrs. Jho. Frank.
.V.Irs. F. Blair Crayton, Mrs. J. M.
fnlllvan, Jr., Mrs. Jake Sullivan,
Mrs. S. D. Brownlee. Mrs. J. E.
White, Mrs. D. A. Led better, Mr a.
W. E. Atkinson. Mrs. J. O. Wilhlte,
Mrs. C. Ban Allen, Mrs. W. Webb,
Mrs. James Richardson, Miss Mary
Acker, Mrs. W. J. Muldrow; Mrs.
Raymond Beaty, Mrs. J. H. God
frey, Mrs. W. H. Frazer, Mrs. J. T.
Pearson, Mrs. Leon L. Rice, Airs.
W. Frank Farmer, Mrs. A. S. Farm
er, Mrs. S. Rhett Parker, Miss Mar
garet Evans, .Mrs. L. O. Bean, Mrs.
J. S. Sargent, Mn. C. F. Poss, Miss
Annie ROBS Cunningham, Mrs'. E.
R. Horton, Mrs. G. P. Browne, Mrs.
H. A. Orr, Mrs. Chas. A. Gambrlll,
Vii-H. J. L. Sherard, Mrs. L. M.
Glenn, Mrs J. H. Anderson, Mr3.
R. S. Ligon, Mrs. Wm. Laughlin,
Mrs. Fred Maxwell, Mrs. A. G"?
Means, Mrs. P. E. Cllnkscalos, Mrs.
J. M. Paget, Mrs. Q. Frank Johnson,
Miss Ruth Archer, Mrs. W. Eugene
Watson. Mrs. C. F. Green, MM
Horace McGee,- Miss Louis Horton,
Mrs. rufus Burrlss, Mrs. T. L.
Cely, Mrs. S. N. Glimer, Mrs. B.
F. Gramer, Mrs. Joe R^Shelor, Mrs.
Raymond Mattlson, Mrs. Jas. P.
Xinard. Mrs. T. Allon, Mrs. F. M.
3urnctt, Mrs. B. O. Evans, Mfrs. M.
M. Mattlson, Mrs. Jas. H. Craig,
Mrs. J. E. Barton, Mrs. T. Frank
Watklnt.', Mrs. Wade A Sanders, Mrs.
W. F. Cox, Mrs. E. P. Vandiver,
Mrs. C. J. DeCamps, Mrs. J. B.
Townsend,.Mrs. W. L. Brissey, rMs.
Wado Sanders, Mrs. G. H. Balles,
Mrs .W. W. Chisholm, Mrs. Walter
Sanders, Miss Alberta Brock, Mrs.
J. Louis Gray, Mrs. J. R. Vandiver,
MTL\ C. MCC. Patrick. Mrs. Eula
Gillingham, Mrs. G. B. Thompson,
Mrs. E. W. .Brown, Mrs. F, E. wat
kins, Mrs. A. L. Smether3, Mrs. G.
W. Cham/ccrs. Mrs. Foster Fant, Mrs.
A. M. McFall, Mrs. C. Frank Bolt,
MrB. A. M. Sharp, Mrs. Pet O'Don
nell, Mrs. G. Bryan Walton, Mrs.
J. irvin Brownlee, Mrs. Harry Gels
berg. Mrs. C. B. Earle, Mrs i Ray
mond Fretwell, Mrs. O. G. Burrls3,
M rn. A. E. Holman, Miss Vina
Patrick, Mrs. J. M. Sullivan, Sr..
Mrs. John Sullivan; Mrs. W. W.
Sullivan, Mr.;. Eugene Watkins, Mrs.
C F.' Shearman, Mrs. J. J. Fret
well, Jr., Mfrs. Joe Trowbridge, Mrs.
Walter-DoUbins, Mrs. Joe Bell, Mrs.
J. D. Rost? Mrs. M. H. Acker, Jr..
Mrs. Geo. Tolly, Mrs.' Iola Hamilton,
Mrs.. W. 8. RamBey, Mra. G. W
Oald, Mrs.. A. W. Kay. 'Mrs. JIB.
A WOMAN'S BACK
Hie Advice of This Anderson j
Woman ts of Certain
Many a woman's bach, has many
eches and palas.- ~ ? ? t
Ofttimes 'Us th kidneys' fault.
That's why Bonn's Kidney Pills arc |
Many Anderson women know this.
Read what one has to say about it:
Mrs.-J. L. Brewer, 828 Ella St. An
derson, says: "My baek was so lamo
and my kidneys so weak that I could
hardly bend over to put on thy nh oes.
I v.as- very nervous, irritable and tired |
easily. It was only with great dif
ficulty that I could dp my housework I
and tho kidney secretions caused mc j
no end of annoyance, when I read
about Donn's Kidney Pills, I got some
ot Evana' Pharmacy and the first doss
helped mc Ona box cured me,"
Price 60c, at tall dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy-get
Bean's Kidney, Phis-tho same tha(
ruted Mrs. Bremer. Fester-Mi I bera
Co., Props., Buffalo, N, V,
:V; \. .;. .?i- -,v ' . . ?>',?? ' :
I). Hammett. Mrs. Jno. It. Anderson,1
.Mrs. Rosece Moseley,! Mrs. W. A.
Stephens, .Mrs. Henry Glenn, Mrs. j
Jack Sadler, Mrs. J. M. Evans, Mrs
Jas. N. Pearman, .Mrs. N. lt. Green.
Mrs-, Walter nealy. Mrs. J, FclweJ
Watson, Mrs.' J. J. Major. Mrs. H.
H. Watkins, M!s<s ruth Watkins. Mrs. I
Jas. F. Saumate. Mrs. I). S. Gray.
Mrs.' J. C. tMsrshill. 'Mrs. W. D
McLean, Mr?. IL A. Henry. Mts. J.
C. Stribllng. Misa Annie Chapman,
Mrs. J. H. Gtbboney; .Mrs. J. W.
Spcake. Mrs. It. .1. Hamer, Mrs. F.
W. Folkel. Mrs-. J. M. Garrison. Mrs.
W. P. Sloan, Mrs. J. lt. Humbert,
Mrs. O. M. Heard; Mrs. 13. li. Bleck
ley, Mrs. C. B. Karie, M.S. G. B.
Greene. Mrs. 2. A. Marshall, Mrs.
J. B. Marshall. Mi's. J. Lon McGee,
MlrB. Jno. M. Davis, Mr?. Jno. K.
Hood, Mrs. W. J. Trummell, Mrs.
S. H. Pr?vost, Mrs. Earle Lewis,
Miss Annie Cooley, Mrs. L. L. Hatch
er, Ml6? Zenobia Welch, Miss Tallulah
Crowther, Mr.s D. C. Brown, Mrs.
W. lt. "Wones. Mrs. Jam Hast. Misa
Lorena Cummings, MTB. Marshall Orr,
Mrs. W. A. Watson. Mrs. W. A.
Hudgcns. Mrs. J. H. Hutchinson,
M18B Helen Burrsis, Miss- Lucile Bur
rer., .Mrs. J. F. '.Vamble, ?tl/s. G.
C. Gribble, Mrs. Theo B. Fant. Mrs.
H. ft. Wells, Mrs. C. M. McClure.
Mrs. O. D. Anderson, Mrs. W. llu
fus Harriss, Mrs. Clarence Brock,
Mlsy Bertha Cashin. Mrs. J. IS.
Clinkucales, Mrs. W. Z. Mc.Cue, Mrs.
Jno. J. Holland, Mrs. Harleston Bar
ton, Mrs. J. L. Farmer Mrs. C. S.
Breedin, Mrs. S. G. Hardin, Mrs. E.
E. Elmore, Mrs. R. W. Triohle, Mrs.
J. C. Pressley, Mrs. .1. E. Watson.
Mrs. E. II. Horton. Jr., Mrs. Tom
F. Hill, Mrs. H. H. Harris, Mrs.
Jno. Pruitt, Mrs. J .P. Trowbridge.
Mrs. J. H. Tate, Mrs. Q. Cullen
Sullivan, Mrs. P. B. Langston. rMs.
W. B. Steele, Mrs. Joe M. H. Ash
ley. Mrs. It. E. Nicholson, Mrs. J.
H. Casey, Mrs. I). S. Vandiver, Mrs.
I. O. Sanders, Mrs. J. II. Von Ha.)
nein, Mrs W. Ti. Magruder, Mrr>-. T.
C. O'Dell. Miss Amelia Feed, Mrs.
Frank Recd. Mrs. .1. C. Mitchell.
Mrs. Mary Ligon, Mrs. R. T. Long,
Mrs. J. Tom Bolt, Mrs. W. H.
Edmonds, Mrs. Wade Thompson.
(Special to The Intelligencer.)
Westminster. April 1.-Tho follow
lng program Xor thc northern dlvislei
institute of Westminster, S. C.
April 7-8, waB announced yesterday.
d0:30:-Singing, reading, prayer
Welcome, Rev. N. M. Fallow.
11:00--iMathods, meaos.1, 'Ideals in
Bible study. Twelve lessons for W.
M. societies prepared by Mrs. C. F..
11:30--Demonstration of an ideal
W. >M. society meeting using meth
ods.and.means most practical by Mrs
F. G. Jones and'her society of Firs
church, Greer. ' t
12:30-A public, meeting of :
mission study class or reading eli
de-'Mrs. J. H. Chapman! leade-.
1:30--Program for an assoclalior
executive committee meeting-Mrs.
2. E. Watson.
1:50-A?pc'ntmcnt ot comm'ttees
2:00-Recess. ' ?
Friday Afternoon- dunhelm Session
3:00-Sunbeam processional with
Prayer, Mrs. W. J. Hatcher.
3:15-Presentation of twelve Bible
studies for Sunbeam bands-Mrs. W
J. Hatcher. ^_
3:45--An ideal Sunbeam meeting
using methods and maans most prac
tical and one of above studies-Mrs
O. K. (Breazeale, leader.
. 4:45-Round table for Sunbeam
leaders led by Mrs. W. J. -Hatcher.
Friday Erenlng-School SesKloe.
8:00-^Processional of young people
Saturday Morning-?. W. A. and G
10:00-??rocesslonal with singing
Prayer foy Mrs. Geo. E. Davis.
. 10:dfi-Presentation of twelve Bi
ble ?tudies for Y.. W. A.'s-Mrs.
10:4&-'Ideal Y.' W. A. meeting,
usng practical methods and means.
-Miss Jessie Bryant, leader
ll:45-^-tPresttntatIou of twelve
Bible studies for O. A.'s h Mrs
C. B. Watson.
12:00-Idesl G. A. mcennf-Mrs
A. C. Cree. r.
,1:00-The Training Scfiool-Mrs.
? J -20-Round table for Y. W. A.
and <"/. A. leaders,-by Mrs. Davsi.
Saturday Afternoon-R. A. Session.
; 3:00-Processional, mu H ic, prayer.
3:15-Presentation, of twelve Bibb
studies for R. A.'s.-Prepared b;
Mr?. Edwin Carpenter.
3:30-An ideal chapter'meeting, us
lng one ot tho Bible studies for a de.
votional-Mrs. T. M. Salphln, lead
OF- .. .
.1:00-South Carolina's Indians
Miss E. J: Dowell. ,
i, 4:29-Is. the. Institute worth while'
-Open expression. . ..
Reports of committees oh time anr
place and resolution. Closing exor
else?-Mrs. J. D. Chapman.
Every association, officer, eociet>
president and band'leader in North
ern Division is urged to attend, am"
bring as many workers as possible.
Send name for entertainment tr.
Mrs. Sam Reeder, Westminster,
Northern Division' must' not fail U
make her second Institute better thar
tho first. "
For Infants and Children
AI ELKS' HOME TODAY
ALL MEMBERS OF LODGE
AND NUMBER OF LADIES
TO BE THERE
AT THREE O'CLOCK
Is Very Urgent That All Those
Whose Names Are Given
Be Present. '
An Important meeting will be bold
at the Elk's Home on North McDuflle
street this afternoon nt 3 o'clock,
Which will bo attendod by all tho
members of the lodge and a number of
the ladles of the city who ure Inter
ested !n the production ct tho County
Pair. Ali members of tho lodge u?-e j
requested to attend, and all ladies
whose names are given below:
Mrs. L. S. Holton, Mrs. C. P.
Ross, Mrs. H. H. Harris. Mrs. Wal
ter H. Keeto, Mrs. George Eagle,
Mrs. Rosa McCully, Mrs. H. Harton,
Mrs. J. T. Bolt. Miss Helen Reed.
Miss Genevieve Hunter, Miss Findley.
Miss Lucv Gross, Miss Vino Patrick,
Miss Willie Way Robinson, Mrs. K.
W. Thom, Mrs. K. W. Wert". Mrs.
Phelps Sass'een, Miss Edna Broyles,
Mrs. Albert Farmer, Mrs. D. W.
Mclean. Mrs W. E. Watson, Mrs.
K. P. Smiti^i, Mrs. James Craig, Miss
May Llgon. Mrs. Joe Trowbridge.
Mrs. Rhett Parker, Mrs. H. B. Fitz
gerald, Miss Frances Ealey, Miss Hel
en Hunter, Mil? Bertha Cashlon, Miss
Rosamond Buntine, Miss Nelle new
ey, Mrs. J. H. Godfrey, Mm. It. P.
Llgon, Mrs. Wade Sanders, Mrs. ll.
A. Orr, M rs. Harry Oelsberg, Mrs.
Raymond Cochran, Mrs. John Sadler,
Mrs. Clarence Tolly, Mrs. Fred Max
well. Mrs. T. L. Coly. Mrs. P. K.
McCully, Miss Lydie. McCully, Misa
Jesse Brown, Misses Lois and Ruth
Wells, Misa Currie Pretwell, Miss.
Louise Gllmcr, Mrs. R. J. Rumor,
Mrs. Swain Gilmer and Miss Hot
New York Colton.
Open. -High. Low. Close.
May . . .11.86 11.89 11.79 11.851
July . . .11.97 12.03 yl.93 11.9?
Oct . . .12.05 12.11 12.05 12.08
Oec . . .12.22 12.29 12.22 12.22|
N. Y. spots 11.95.
j May-June.7.43% 7.43
CHICHESTER S PILLS
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i l - cf ?iwnw. Afkf.wfirwirKd.TEn'S
\<m ?ti UlAttO.NIt I1I?AN1) IM1.I.H. for til?
%*S* fi >e?trkrw>?iii?? l?cii.Safer:,AU.y? lull-.-lt
rSOIf) BY ORWiGlSlS fcVERYWHERS
RAGS OF** ALL KINDS
I will pay 11.50 per hundred, cash
25c per hu. ..cd for old Scrap
4c per pound for old Automobile
10c per pound for old Inner Tubes.
-and The Highest CaBh Price for
all kinds of old Brass, Copper, etc.
If you have as much as 100 pounds
of any of the above 'phone me and
I'll call for lt,
Manning Street, Near Blue Ridge
WHEN WILL 1 SAVE? j
Spring has come,
the years is 1-4 gone
and yet I have not join
ed the throng who put
aside something each
Resolve: That !
will begin the first pay
day in April.
What Will I Save
, I'll put aside not less
than 25 per cent, of my
How Will I Save
nt put my money each
pay dav,in the Savings
Bank of Anderson
The Stromrest Batik In
Cultivate Your Knowledge
lt will pay you to know more about
our clothing. For instance, do you
know thal the shape and fit of our
$10, $12.50, $15.00
and $22.50 up Suits
are MADE in, with shears and needle in
stead of being merely pressed in with a
hot iron? That's one of the reasons
why our suits wear so well and hold
their original elegance. Let us show
you some of the other reasons.
Just received another shipment of
$4, $4.50 and $5.00
R. W. TRIBBLE
. The Up To Date Clothier
An ounce of provcntlon IB worth
a pound of cure. This ?B the
day of PREVENTIVE MEDI
CINE. Nowhere 1H this so nec
essary ns in regard to the caro
of the TEETH. Visit tho den
tist AT LEAST twice a year, whether you think you need lt or not.
Let him'give your teeth a thorough cleaning, search out the beginnings
or decay, clean off the tartar, and In general PREVENT those dental
evils that, aro likely to grow on you unawares.
DR. HENRY R. WELLS,
Office Over Farmers & Merchants Dunk,
Residence 'Phone ?C. Anderson, 8. C. Office Thone i?27.
from the original
?Through a Straw
This instiles cleanliness,
and is a guarantee
of purity. Each
bottle is measured and
filled by machinery,
thereby making each
bottle uniform in flavor.
Served at Soda Founts
?In a ?BottU .