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Raia or Shine
50 CHOICE L(
White Sea Island
English Walking Shoes
ft White Rubber Soles amK heels-eight inches high-easily
* cleaned-made ov?r last thafcfits the foot. ? $fe ?s.- A ',.
$2.50 Valise pn S?le Tomorrow
BROS. SHOE CO.
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fi Under Masonic 'Temple ? > ? . , Shoes 'Timi Satisfy
BED ROOM FtJ?dSJlTURE
ff^ K?UTiFULLY matched Suites, in genuine solid Mahog
JJ any, of Colonial designs. Neat and trim and1 withal
:? comfortable any roomy.'/ Both dresser and wash
I'stand have spacious tops j&nddrawer sr^ce and are pleasing
' ? and graceful. - ,
Excellent constructlp^r ihrougho a - very special; |
R value at the price.
ffl?^MmffifiSi^^ SEE WINDOWS' ''*
Pay tiie Pec?!ett "Wayi1
WN AS ARL
ree Lot and a E
LE ALT YI
WILL BEGIN THURSDAY
Mr. Phil Rosenberg Recently
? Bought Out Stock of A. Les?
ser Company. f
Mr. [Phil Rosenborg, who recently
bought out tho stock of A. Lesser on
West ?ide ot the square announces in
this niornihg's Intelligencer un In
troductory Sale, commencing Thurs
day morning; Mjiy 4tli und la&llng
.through Monday, May 15th. Mr.
Fjosonberg comes- to Anderson from
Washington, Qa., where for past eight
years ho conducted one among tho
largest and most successful dry
goods and .men's furnishing, stores Jn
tho "place. . Ho bi lr.-'.-, wlih him Mr.
and Mirs. M. P. anders, Mr. Mur
ray Wynn and Mr. J. R. Maxwell, all
of whom aro experienced salespeo
ple, and will retain of the help em
ployed by Mr. Lesser, Mrs. Hom
bree and Mr. J ? II. Simpson.
?, Mr. Rosenberg'1B a live wire, be;
Vng a great believer 4n the judicious
3zso of printer*, .Ink,-and ?hfs/adver
..tising man, Mr. J. R.; Maxwell, has
tho happy, .faculty of knowing how
to present their numerous merchan
dise attractions in an .inter>-stlng
Tho sale will be conducted In the
Lesser store rooni on West side of
square, which Is being especially ar
ranged for the new firm and which
.?viii bo thoroughly remodeled, both,
linons, making it one among tho pret
tiest stores in the city.
Bar .ttIiaughtjw Postcards.
Aiianta, Ga.. April M.-'Decatur
?tre?t'r Atlanta's most noted thorough
fare, next to the famous Peachtreo
where' At?n ta peaches bloom tho
year round, is the possessor of a
?good many different institut ions that
are suitably located with reference ito
tho p?lico station; .which keeps ault
ahlty located with reference to the
.police station, which keeps a constant
watchful eye on tho doings of its
denizens-, but ono of the things it
must not permit itself, not only after
May I, but now and at oil' other
times, ls ?aughty postcards. A po
liceman.'patrolling bis beat i[ound ?
cut-rate jeweler dh>i>enBlng some plc
turcs . that made . even tho Decatur
tar tenden; blush, mid when ar iii g ri
ed before Recorder; Johnson tho JoW'
der was ordered to burn his cards
or shake Atlanta'? dust from . off . his
?hoes. He took the formor course.
GRAMA USED SA6E
TE? TO BUlKEtl HAiR
She mixed Sulphur with it to Re
sto? Color, Gloss,
! Common garden sage brpwed'into kV
heavy tea with sulphur addedtV will *
tura gray,, streaked and faded ,hair
bcauUfully; dark "and luxuriant JUst
a ?eV ?ppliy?tlons will provo a;reve
lation if your hair is fading, straited*
or gray. Maxing the Sago' Tea and
Sulphur recipe nt homo though, ls
troublesome.. An basier- way Js to
get a 60-cerit bottle of Wyeth's, Sago
and SulpHtt- Compound a?, any drug
Vttfk all ?e?dy ter fcs. Thlp ls tho
old tim? recipe Improved <hy: toa "ad
dition of other ingredients. '
1 While ; vrtsp?r. /?ray? laded hair ls
not sinful, ve ail desire tb i retain
bur yoi ithfi a appearance and| /v at
tracuy^t?': &r darkening your hair
with "Width's sage and : Suipbuficent*
pound, no cAJ?B can tell/ because it so
t?stura?ly* sb evenly. You inst dampen
a sponge or soft brash wRa-TO and
?aw this. through your hair, inking
ooo small strand nt a timo; hy morn
ing all cray hairs have disappeared,
and.. ?tier- yaothsr application or' two,
your : hal/ become*.beautifully dsr'^,
?ow, soft and loanriaat,
tAt rb?n?slte ?nd ls; bet : t?tendfld. for
-nre> mltigaUcn or* prevention ef
ed by* Penny and 1
RESULTS OF SCHOOL
DR. CARVER'S CONCLUDING
LECTURE WAS MOST IN
AGAIN NEXT YEAR
Telegram From Dr. White Read
on Closing Night Asking For
Another Schoo!. i
Tho Sunday School Training school
which has'jjeen' held at the First
Baptist church-idurlng tho past week
caino to . n?ose on Friday night.
Dr.. Carver's concluding lecture was
a' splendid interpretation of the
"Teachings ;?f> Vie Book of Revela- !
tlon" .showing -that God and his*
Kingdom- w"<ll ultimately triumph.
His lectures ?jach evening have boen
a> source o-fg .-tat ben eil Bhowiug raro
rchalrjrsh ip, ni* ?cavad i thought, and
deep spirituality.' . . ? '
iAt the conclusion of the* lecture,
Dr.-Watts had tho privilege of pre-'
sooting to Mr. E. S. Heeves, pastor
of tho' Honoa Path-Baptist church,
a diploma for ipost graduate work
dono in-the course of Sunday school
pedagogy. Ho Commended this spirit
on the part Of pastors as ap excellent
one. thus enabling them to put new |
life and enthusiasm into tho Sun
day school;; of-'their churches,
Resolut ion.; wero offered by Mr.
Reeves expressing on the part of the
visitors their appreciation of tho!
hospitality of the Anderson' poodle
and of the work done by thc abl? j
faculty who conducted tho Training
At thia Juncture a telegram -was
re^d Croaa Dr. J. E. Whito.In. which
he expressed his keon regret at not
being here for the W?k and also the
hope that the Training school would
be recommended for next year.- The
latter was unanimously voted for
and the whole congregation arose to
their feet;,to express their Joy at Dr.
WhU'e's" rapid recovery.
Much of tho 'success ot -tba Training
behool was. due to> tho dean,- Dr. . T.
J. Watta, and the ably fatuity he
brought hero. . They completely won.
the hearts ot the people and it 1B(hop
ed thoy Avili be brought, to.our midst
again.' At tho suggestion Of Dr'.
Whit? each oho waa given a gold
stick pin'aa a souvenir of their weok
ini'Anderson. ? Dr. oiceUieTB to. a few
appropriate WOrdB' made tho pr?sen
tation and Dr. Watta replied . in
Ids ?usual happy manner. He said
?feat 'hsi liad b-Md Trs-Hkis
Schools bully's was the first tim?
mich.' a'. thing had." happened>
<Tho actual work of the school Is
bVerytha results aro just jn their he-;
gainings . and 'they, will be' far roach
ing. 0vcr un Baptist churches were
repreaonted^.nnd Ov^number.. pf, work
ers wore gladly welcomed from tho
other, denominations; A now era
fbtfthe Sunday schools bf Saluda ns
eociai'on las- dawned. '"
? ... c._.;-V,
Equinox Defeats Riverside. ?
Efluinox wpia winner over River
side ' yesterday afternoon by a score
ot} $' t^l ii^. a weil played * game.
Equlnrtx; ' players clouted the ?bali
whet: hits meant nina, aud although
rptaraide)?secured four hits tb their
3 aral 7 errors of tho defeated team
cosu thom" tho ganW. i .T*rob errors
W?TVV 'made by tho Equinox players.
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?iemenp?rjr ? ?jH?on.
/ -The ????t?onlary tinton wilt meet
Mondayafternoon; ?*tv C 'o'clock in'
Central 'Presbyterian ,church. Note
change bf. hour to meo* the desire ol
those who -wf AA to attend th? ' <fhau
tauqua; alMt., ; A. g?od program baa
been araag?d and. evrtryono l?vit?d
to attend,<?. Visitors welcome
_?' . ' .'" ' .
Read on the last pago cf this
paper what other? think of Co!*
lego . Heights, and thea meet 'vt*
thar* ai 4 o'clock ?harp Mcmctay,
Way . .. leV (ftd??o*?w?> Tho
FordTi leave o? ti?erc. .
? Silver Given
BIG FOUR COMPANY
GOES TO PELZER
A. M. Pinkstoni Local Theatre
Man, Ie in Charge-Suc
cesful Week Here.
Tho Mg VOW Amusement compa
? uy lins Just closed a very .successful
wcok in Andorson, playing under
?riuvass. Mr. A. M. Pinkston owns
cnitrolllng interest in this compa
ny und' for that reason much inter-,
,est is hoing manifested in ita suc
From Andorson tho company goo3
to Pelzor for a week's stay, piayiu?
under canvass there also. The com
pany will continuo to' play under
canvass all Bummer, und many
South Caird ina towna have already
Tho DJg Four Amusement com
pany tis mach; up of tho cream o?
the talent that has'been'coming to
the Palmetto in Anderson for tho past
sevoral months and noarly all of . the
performers have moro than usual tal
ent. Tho shows which have been
given here during -the pasi . week
havo been largely attended and have
met with the approval of the <pa
tupons.# Wholesome.. .comedies'?. have
been given, and these- have delighted
A brass tnnd. composed of nine
pieces, .travels with tho show and
gf.ves two band concerts daily. Tho
playing of this band adda much to thc
Stork is Expected.
Atlanta, Ga., April ?9.--Atlanta
society people who have been entuin
? 4hg the stars of tho Metropolitan
Opera company with a continuous
round of receptions, dtnee.-; arid ban
quets' slnco thajT arrival lust Mon
day, .have been disappointed by tho
-absence .from these functions of
Madame . Margarete Ober, the fa
mous German contralto, who in 'pri
vate life is Mrs. Arthur Arndt, w:Vfc
of her former music teachorv. ,Sho
and her hustund havo sojourned
quietly in their hotel, her only ap
pearance being in tho. two roles she
sang this -week. Yesterday tho dis
appointed hosts of tho vHriouH ??c?dal
function:.', who hud begun to fool a
Wt proved at'What.they: Wore ln-clin
ed to cc-ickier (Madame Ober'a jfndlf
f t l'oneo to their hospitality, discover
ed the reason why sho hos accepted
none of their invitations. Mr^jtod,
Mrs. Arndt are ex ncc tl UK a visit.from
tho stork in July. ,'
New Theatre Buskfing
Dr. Wade H. Sherard
Fonrtb Floor ' Blcekley B!dg.
RAGS OF - ALL. lONim^
? will pay $1.GO per hundred, cash
'for Raga. . '?' ("?; ?
25c per-hundred for old Scrap
?r?o. .. .
4c per ponda for* old Automobllo
10c per pound for bidTaner Tubes,
-nana Th* Highest c??h Prk*, fe?
all kinds Of old Braes, Copper, etc.
It you' have ks much aa 100 pounds
ot any of tim above 'phone me aaa
ru call for U.
?m ::SiaI^:iL??R' ':'
Manning Street, Near ; Blue Ridge
>'4wiii'' ?> .;-'--'5;'-?itt?S Co. .
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Greensboro, N* G.
The Anderdon County Mutual Fire Insurance Co.
J. J. SMITH, President mid Treasurer ' J. J. MA JOB Vico Vrcsldeut
JOHN A. MA JOB, Secretory ;
ANDERSON, S. C. ."" 7 jf
THIS IS A HOME COMPANY ,f
CaU and seen nt Peoples Bank fr)r
At the "Nineteenth Hole99wu$U?n?
nothing so refreshing as P?psi^?oia
Ycur^whole game may go wrongr-l^ y?u're j
sure to land at the club house with your vocab- /.
ulary intact and a smile on your face if
knowthat awaiting you is a tait cool glass of /
Bracing, invigorating, satisfy ing-1-thl8 ir. P??psi-C??a/^o'?*
thirat-quench?rp/us--! Try it today andfeet what you need, j
At all founts--^ i
or carbonated in I
bottles, at your J
For AU fhirsts-Pepsi-Cola
af f?< '.TA-:,/
There are a lot of Reas?ns why
you Should Drink Pepsi
.1 st, because there is not a more reliable, re
freshing and cooling drink sold; none that will
drive away fatigue more thoroughly.
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2nd, because the regular, use of Pepsi Gola
does not in any way hinder or counteract ; the
work of digestion, but aids the digestive organs
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I .. . ; ., ' ' . $y&
3rd, because Pepsi Cola is free from mtoxi*
eating or any poisonous substances. ,
4t?, because Pepsi Gola is riiad?. from PepsJj?H
anti Fruit jiiices andi DIST!LLED WATER and
thc plant is strictly sanitai'y.- . V > i
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