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We Are Going to Gb
Every One on thc
Extraordinary Hat Values
Spot cash and ?mr expert buying stall's everlasting alert
ness secured at a tremendous saving these beautiful' Hats
Springtime, Hemps, in Black with self border or edge, and Del
montc V'hite Hemp with Milan edge or border. They're the
product of one of the best makers and the style the most strik
ingly beautiful brought out this season. Worth, and would be
plaved up strong most places at .SI.So. Our f\f\
price, "one flight up," only. ?P *?W
Whon lt comes to Ileudy-to-Weu; for Women and'Children, Mil
linery and kindred lines, this "ono Hight up" department of ours lias
gotten to be a household word lt is not ut all surprising, though,
when you como to think of lt. Wo havo snld jjopcatedly. In our ad
vertising and in tho store, that there was u saving uvery step up
anil wc will continue to say lt and-prove it. A good friend nf thia
?tore, who was In hore shnpplug Wednesday and walked up our money
saving stnlrs for tho first time was surprised to find such a crowclod
floor. "I always expect to find a crowd on tho rosin floor at tho Deo
lllvo." said this good lady, "but I never dreumod of meeting such ?
nrowd 'ono flight up.' And, my, my! You havo such au awful lot of
pretty now things!" .
Yes, wc nlwa>s havo an awful lot. or i>. splendid lot. or a big lot
of .new (binga hero-and on the main Hour ?ir "ono flight up"-we'll
nave you money: and after you liavo gone "ono flight lip" If you do not
think you have been repaid for ?thc trip George will paytho bill. Try lt.
The Intelligencer places at the disposal of ?te ?drerUs?
ing petrona the best equipped newspaper plant tn Piedmont
Carolina. This means better service, more careful eet-up
and prompter methods of handling advertising than caa be
penmen ts conics back to Firestpnes.
The man of experience stiqks to Fire
stones. Graduate how into the exper
ienced class who ?njoy
MOST MILES PERDOLLAR
Sit? the Firestone man and find out. why you
can get this extra service at average cost
Automobile nod Motorcycle Tires,
Tubes and Accessories
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/G Away One
i Grounds "N
RETURNS TO ANDERSON
ON COMING SATURDAY
DR . JOHN E. WHITE WILL
LEAVE HOSPITAL IN
Mr. Z. J. Edge, Secretary of An
.larson College, Received
Mr. 7J. J. BORO, secretary or An
derson colluge, yesterday received a
tologrum from Dr. John E. White
?.tating that he wrrjld he home on
Saturday. Dr. White will have been
absent from tho city nearly foul
weeks by that time, and ho has hecn
sadly mhvsei. Sinco last Monda v
ono week ago Dr. White has been
conf-ned in a hospital in Atlanta un
dergoing treatment. His trouble was
not of n serious nature, and his
many admirers aro glad that he is
soon to be back at homo
Mr. Edge has now ta koa up hi?
duties a? socretary of Anderson col
lege, and stated yesterday that h'"*
was well pleased with tho outlook fbr
file future of the college
Mit; JAS. H. LAFOY
rimerai Sorticcs Were Held Yeator.
day Afternoon nt Home.
Mr. Jas. M. LaFoy, ago \ I years,
died at his homo at No. 928 West
Market street on Wednesday after
noon at 6 o'clock after an Illness 01
niue days of ??neumon?a. Funeral
servU-os worn hold yesterday after
noon at his late home at 1 o'clock
and Intermrat was made in Silver
Mr. LaFoy formerly lived on
Brown ^streot, his home being do
stroyod by fire about III days ago.
lt it w?4d that ho developed -pneumo?
nia nt that time.
Ho in survived hy his widow, whu
was Miss Alma Hyde, and scvun ch li
taron and his mother, Mis. M. W.
ta foy, who lived with him at tho time
of his death. Ho ls also survived by
two brothers, Messrs. Alex LaFoy ol
tho Gluck Mills and John LaFoy ot
tho county, and one sister Mrs. Bel
ton Wiggins of Greenville. His fath
er wan killed in tho Hroadawa;
wreck many , years ago.
Freeh Meadow Brook Farm
Buttermilk at the Owl Drug
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.>:. Pleasure purchased .v. .:i
w* with money ls .'usually . # #
. fleeting and the money # V
J'S No one denies the .
J ? pleasure of wearing- a ***
J-J beautiful diamond. JJ
MW- The picpaure ls. last- J.J
.;;.->;. lng and at ar,y time ? 7
S* you need your money J J
# yod can realize It at a ? J
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* * monds at pri?es that * ?
make them paying in- # M
J J . Investments. * .*
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Free Lot and
Viii Have ai
DELEGATES FROM POST' D
WILL ATTEND MEETING
PROGRAM IS GIVEN
Members Will Participate in Open
ing of Greenville's White
Tho sttito convention" of the Travel
on* Protective association begins in
(Greenville this morning atid Post D
of Anderson will be well represent
ed by members from this city. Dur
ing the convention an invitat'on will
bo extended to the annual conven
tion to bo held In this city next year,
tho invitation being reinforced by
letter from the chamber of com
merce and Mayor Godfrey will ex
tend an invitation in . behalf of s the
The Anderson delegates arc:
Messrs. C. C. Jones, F. E. Watkins,
Jr.. J. B. Shanklin, E. P. Vandiver,
J. H. Godfrey. B. B. Gossett. E. F.
Tilomas, Furman Smith, A. S. Fant,
Darwin L. Reed, John M. Davis, P.
D. Skelton, J. Reid Garrison, J.
Tims. Bolt and Ollie G. Burrlss.
Tho completo program is. as fol
'j'Aursduy, May 41 h.
5? a. -J. C. Jarr?rd. president
Post C, presiding.
Prayer by Rev. Geo. C. Quick,
Welcome Addresses-For tl?? city
of Greonvlllo, Hon. C. C. Webb,
mayor. For GrconvlUe chamber of
commerce, D. W. Ebaugh, president;
for Greenville council. No. 144. Unit
ed Commercial Travelers, F. E. Ma
jor, senior councillor.
Response-M. A. Whlnsonant.
president. S. C. Division. T. P. A.
10 a. m. to 1 p. m.-'Business ses
:t p. m. to <l:;io p. m.-Business
8 p. m.-d'art lei patton in opening
of Greenville's Great White Woy.
9 p. m.-Grand "Pow-wow" ?? Ho
tel Ottaray, J. Thoa.;. Arnold presi
ding. All posts participating.
Friday, M?y ?th.
9 a. m.-Business session. Ad
journ when business ls completed.
.1:30 p. m.-Automobile ride
8:30 p. m.-Banquet OUaray ho
tel. J- : .
" . Committees.
Tho committee aro as follows:
reception-R. B. Tindall, chair
man; J. Thomas Arnold, C 'S. Webb.
A. L. Jones, C. S. Rigby, J. C; Jar
rard, L. H. Craig, J. N. Watkins.
"vPow-Wo; F'I-J. Tibornas Arnold,
T. H. Pope, C. O. Hobbs, A. L.
Mills. W. bf. Robertson. .
Automobile-C. S. Webb, chalr
,man; W, H. Cary, J* E. Sirrino, W.
D. Parrish. W. H. Moore, C. S. Rig
by. I. ?. Smith, Jr., A. C. Walker;
:H. T. Mills, C. O. .Hobbs.
i lilli-L. A. Williams chairman;
C. s. Rigby. R. A. flhrneay.
General-J. C. McCall," C. W. El
lis, C. S. Webb, J. Thomas Arnold,
J. N. Watkins.
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Local market 12 tents.
Open Higa Low Close
Way.. ... ...12.30 12..40 ?1?&.29 12.28
! Julj\, ... ..12.48 18.48 12,87 12.38
Oct.. .. ....12.BR 12.?7 12.47 12.48
Deo.??.69 13.69 12.?l 12..61
Wow York Spots 12.50.
Luerpool Marke?. ^
Oct-Nov... .. .;. ....7.68
'Receipts 20,000. . -?". :.r.:.:
Sales 10,000. iiwH
> -Spots 8.17. . ^v;.:?i'
Some of Uncl
ti Equal Ch;
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DILI ATTEND ANNUAL
MESSRS. WELLINGTON AND
: SEARS OF BOSTON
TO ELECT OFFICERS
Meeting Will Be Held In Office of
Gluck Mill Thu Moning at
Messrs. W. H. Wellington, prest*
dent of Gluck mills, H. S. Scars and
C. E. Roily, directors, and Stanley
Morton, treasurer, will arrive 1n the
city this morning at fi:3? to attend
tho annual meeting of the stock
holders and directors of the Gluck
mill. These gentlemen come from
Boston, Mass., and aro of tho Wel
lington ears & Company. Mr. Wil
liam H. Lanier, a gentleman inter
ested in tho Equinox m'll. .?Ul ac
The meeting to be held today is
toe annual mooting of the stockhold
ers and directors, and officers will
bo elected for the ensuing year. The
meeting will be held at 10:30 o'clock
In the Gluck mill office.
Letter Received From Rr. Riggs ol
Tho following letter has boen ro
reived by Tho Intelligencer from
President Riggs of Clemson College:
Please permit me to express in be
half of the college our great appre
ciation of the many kind things which
your naper had to say in regard to
tho Clemson cadets encamped In your
city this past week.
Wo feel that your commendation
and approval have done much to
strengthen the spirit of tho corps,
nnd to make them see how highly
good conduct Is appreciated by oth
ers, and therefore how worth while
lt must bo.
With bosi. wishes and hearty
thanks, il am,
Very truly yours.
W. M. niggir, .
Fresh Meadow Brook Farm
Buttermilk at the Owl Drug
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ance at the Prizes.
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HOME OF YOUR__8??^
j^y^_J>WN IS A NOME INOEEO ^^g.
Did You Notice jfff? '
What Dr. Albert had to say about
.". \? .'_ \ . . .- Y: $ \
. Well Listen
20 acres have been set aside iii
North Anderson for permanent
Who Can Estimate
What these 20 acres will mean to
the health and happiness of thc
children,' not only of North An
derson, but of Anderson as ;;a
Has nb equal; making
ample allowance f or
contraction and expan
Now is the time to put
a ^new roof on , your
hoiisfe to protect jolt
front fires and le?ks.
Write or^lo^ us for
to?. T. Smi