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Up to $25 Each f
fiOc to $12.50 Each f
98c <o 9)16.00 Each
' .'- .
In selecting a - Trunk,
Bag, or Suit Csu^b?; ifco
get exactly what '"you
want, and tho best val
Mc-r-you naturally want
to go where the assort
ment is largest. Then
come on to the Bee
Hive.. We sell *more
Trunks, Bags and Suit
Cases, than any other
store in ^the city. It is
because we invariably
sell them for less.
SPECIAL?24 Inch Gcu
lilho Cowhide SultV-Cases*.
straps all round, and if
bought on present mar
ket would bo #6.50 or
$7.00, Our .
price each .
ill' - j
$125 Neyer Bought
? Bet^rCWd IviMry ^?te
. This bed room set, consisting of a full size bed, large dress
- er^ chiffonier, tripple mirror dressing table tind extra table,.far
: Every pj.ece & well- made and finely finished?every mlr
: . r ' see window r \:
"Its Easy to; Pay the Peoples Way"
W? haye agood stock; of Ajax Tires or)
hand which were bought b?for^ any advances ;
i ; weiit on. We want t? sell you what you need
i in tires at the lowest figures you. can buy a
~ 5??? mile written guaranteed tire. ;?'?aft; in
; and save yoursejf some money and at the same
I time get an "A No. t" tire and bur guarantee
Wos* Side Stjtsaro
LATE HAPPENINGS IN
BRUSHY CREEK SECTION
(Special to The intelligencer.)
Brushy Creek, May 25.?Mr. and
Mrs. Eugone Nally and Mr. and Mrs.
A. D. Durham of Pickeus spent las
Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. O. A.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Clyde,. V>f
Greenville, spent tlie week-end with
their parents, the F?v. J. B. Clydo
and Sir. and Mrs. a. 0. McCoy.
Dr. W. A. Tripp and Geo. M.
Hoed have returned from Columbia,
where they went as delegates to the
state democratic convention.
Tho Rev. Fant Jones of Greenville
filled his regular appointment at Mt.
Airy Sunday and preached an able
scrrapn to a large and attentive con
gregation. ' i
Tho Itock Hill school will close to
day aid will-' give an entertainment
tonight at 8:30 o'clock. Everybody
Is invited to attend. No admission
There will be an all-day singing at
Mountain Springs church the ' first
Sunday in June. Several good
singers aro expected. Everybody is
Invited to attend- and-*bring Blnglng
bcokB and well tilled dinner baskots
Gradle, tho twolvo-yeaT-ol'd eon ot
Mr. E. Trlpp, had the misfortune
' of getting his arm broken Tuesday
afternoon, while riding. a mule,
which became frightened and threw
him in a bed of.Tork.. Dr. W. A.
Tripp was. surosionod and reset the
broken arm after which ho seems to
Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Moore, Mr.
D. E. King and family, Mr. and Mrs.
J. J. Moore, Mrs. E. Trlpp, Mr. S.
M. Wilson, Mro. Larkln Gambrcll
and Mr. It. E. Wilson of. this place
all attended the Wilson reunion ?t
Mr. John Wilson's home near Sandy
Springs last Sunday. -
* I.KTTKR UNCALLED FOB +
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.Following Ib tho list-'of ?.dvortlrfod
letters remaining uncalled for at tho
Post Office at Anderson, S. C. for tho
week ending May .24, .1016.
in calling please say that thoy wero
advertised. Ono cent due on all ad
A- -Tom Andprson.
BV Aii'B. J. G. Bowon. Jim Brookn,
l^uis UoJcber, Mrs. Lula Bradley, W.
0?Miss Clara Cox, Miss Ella Cnr
mun, Miss Esabelle Covlngton, MIbs !
Gortrudn Crafte, Mrs. J. H. Corn, Loo ,
Ca3tcr. Miss Martha Cann Pettor Car- ?,
olina. Mrs. T. C. Corn, Mrs. W. Ki
D?T. T. DIU, Miss Lucy Daniels
i Ruby DuBasc.
F~Ernest L. Freeman,
i.-O?Mrs. Lizzie Glenn (Special) Miss
CVivrntfOS.. F-Galloway,- .W, II. God
11?E. D. Harper; Fred Hnmpkihs,
Geo. Ww Hlnton, Mrs. Howard!, I M. T.
Harris, S. J. HainBon, Dr. W, H. Ha
J--H,' D. Johnson, Mrs. Mottle . W,
'M? Jo?eph Moragno (2 letters), Jim
Morshead, Mrs Janie MassCy, W. L
Mority W._ M. Metz.
, P?Miss Alice Proker, Miss Stan
Pilgrim, (2 lottcrs.)
Y\-.?i?Mrs. Dossoy Richard. E. D. Rob
erta. Nt.L. Raniscy, Dr. J. R. Hodgora,
Mrs/ Lisizle Rogers, Sovrow C. Rayons,
?r-.Mrs. Annio -.Scott, Mrs. A. I.
Smith, UtEHio SlmrnonB, Jones- tao'.u;,
John Sioarkes, Luta i Shetton, ; Miss1
Susie f'varpc .
fr^T^l icd-L/llnlpon, Rev. J. C.
V-^Ehgo Williams, Mrs. George
Wilson, I . J. Webb. j
v'A Jfejr-Water Disaster.
^ Atlanta, May 25.?When E. J.
Tat um, - a farmer living near Atlanta,
drove. .hiE? old maro ' into town ho
brought. along a galion Jug o! Joy
wator to slalco his thirst and miti
gate the discomforts of a dazzling
sunshine. Th? Void -mare rambled
down, a 20-foot >mbankmentv ovor
turn.lngtho buggy and tangling her
self sought in ; the harness that
she could not movo. Tatum slept on
as peacefully as an infant. Ho was.
'stilt sleeping when tho police haul
ed' bun to th??tet?o'n house, in fact
ho slept throughout the night and
ill ; next- day in his coll before he
realized where ho was.
-, PIEDMONT & HO?lHfiBtt
No, SI ..o................. 7:86''. A. M.
Sl<U' 83..W............... 9:25 A. m.
Mo. 86. ...... .11:40 A. ?;?.
?o.-:37.;.........,....... 1:10 P; ml
!to. 8?.w:*.;;.tm p. m.
?fo. 41...-..... >.......... 6:00 P. M.
k.o. ?3... 8:25 P. M.
Sto. 45c ................. .10:26'P.-.' HC
?o. 3d ......... 6:25 A, M.
Sfa. 88??*4t..V??......... 8:2S A. M.
So. 84.....^10:80 A. M.
*0^?6............12; 10 P.' ML
?o. 88...2:30 P. M.
w.'.................. 4:60 P. 3*.
43................... 7:20 P. BL
*ov 0:16 P. M.
PEACE -T?ff/KS BY TUE
rBESlDEST AND TAFT
(CONTINUED FROM PAQB ONE.)
Gompcrs of tho Anterlcao Federation
'.'.Wollo a'^great deal "of satisfaction
was manifested' St tho league's head
quarters today at tho Interest that
the president end others of tho ad
ministration are taking in tho leag
ue's propaganda for a leaguo of na
tions to Vo formed at the close oi the
present war in Europe. It was point
ed out that the leaguo's supporters
comprise with a few exceptions, all
of the political leaders in the country.
'Emphasis was made of the fact
that tomorrow's convention was call
ed at this time largely for tho pur-,
pose of obtaining txditical action In -
support,of the leaguo's proposals, In'
vlow jof the possible participation by,
this country In international con
ferences tp \ discuss peace term?,
which will .probably bo held as the >
European war draws to a close. I
The league's proposals are said to
have tho support of Lord Dryce, Sir
Edward Grey? and 19 bo regarded:
favorably by other Europeans.
_Tho leaguo to enforce peaco was
'organised'-in_'"ti?d?pc??a^tco hall last
June, when o platfor mwas adopt::!, !
which proposes t!<st the ?TnHcd
States join a league to be composed
of tho groat powers, who shall guar
antee a lasting peace by pledging the
use of their joint armed forcos, to
gether with" ? economic pressure,'
against any slguatory which Bhnll
refuse to keep its agreement-to try
;u hit rational "or, conciliatory methods
before beginning hostilities or de
claring war. - It does 'not propose
enforcing tho decree. Nations, un
der tho plan, ;inay go to war nven
tually. If : arbitration or conciliation
fails. ' I
. The commlltoc gave out threo.let
ters, fronv, 131 Hiu Hoot to President
Lowoll, of Harvard, -written In Feb
ruary, Irat not hiUYcrto published,
/rorn Cardinal ; CSlbbona and Irom
President'J/ d. Schnrman, of Cor
nell . University, to ox-Pi'esridcnt
Tnft. / ,..
I- '.;'. Geii.J'G?llIcnl Worse.
.Parls;i May' 2p.?The condition of
General Gallicnl. former *war ! minis-.
ter, has suddenly grown wotbo.
Gravo .anxiety Is folt for his chances
pt recoveryv\?kllieni resigned March
16 becius? of 111 health and under
went a second'operation for kidney
trouble May 18. 1
It. B. BLECKLEI 0. Bf. HEAIID
Phono 071 Pho??e 17
Bieckley & Heard
117 Ef^liitrier St.
Aasvrer nit'.ealii day ?r alght.
You pay no more for qui
than disc at many stores when
No adequate idea of the msnj
bo had is possible without a 1
. ; No
1 Lot M
Beach and !
1 Lot .'don
and Gfifri; .6
day and Mom
Take yo?r' oholco of- iirfV of ou
I ,$15.00 ?oitB> Saturday and Mon. .'
g day for only/vu.
Full Uno ;?? Men's"Trousers, Spc
Sxite at $1.25 te $3.08 Pair. 'f:A
mS Line of Men'aS?raw Hats I
KO Dos. Men's 3?k Seeks for 6
Monday, a Pairs, for 25 c. .
'^i? Tim. Mon's Sport Shirts for E
40 Doii. Mon'e. Nainsook Underv
for Saturday, and Wonflav, the gart
J?st-rec?isred big Jot of Ladies
A?tomobMc Busters, Special for
, Saturday and Mon Jay, Each .. :
Big Cut in Mutiin Umkrw
Saturday end Mcw&v
Ladles'. 4*mb!nation Suits at
Each. '. " .
Ladles' Corset Covers and Pknti
and 48c Each..
Ladies' Gowns and Skirts at 4
?Sc Each. ,
NEWS OF WEEK
AT HONEA PATH
Honca Path, May 25.? Miss Myr
t?co WllBon has gone to Greenville
to Spend awhllo with Miss Llewlco
Mr. 8. J. Burls has returned
Crom a pleasant visit to his son,
M. E. Burts, bf Dublin, Ga.
. Mrs. Tom Jones and children of
Greenwood wore guests of Mr., and
Mrs. J. N. Shirley last Sunday. ?
Dr. James B. Shirley of York
was here last week visiting hi;,
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. N;
MfsB Emma Wright le at home
from Ninety Six, whero sho has
taught In the graded schools for
the past session.
Mrs. Virginia Scott and Mrs.. T.
Ib. Flneley have returned homo, from
Hodges, where they w?ro guostB ol
MrB. G. M. Nickios.
. Those who attended the Confed
erate reunion at Birmingham, Ala.,
last week, havo returned' home and
roport a pleasant trip.
Mr. J. It. pallahan has returned
from Columbia whero ho went Mon
day aftornoon as* a delogato to tho
Grand L<odgc Knights of Pythias, jj
Miss Frances Shirley, who Is at
tending Martha Baldwin Seminary at
Staunton, Va.** Is expoctcd to reach
Honca Path tomorrow to spend hot*
vacation with her parents, Mr. and :
Mrs. D. M. Shirley.
2K0TON IS NEW HEAD TUSK EG EE
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE.;
tho lifo and work of this school?tho
spirit of 8clf-fprgotfulno8s?tho Bpir-1
It of sorvico and sacrifico?the Tus- '
kegcu spirit?tho "spirit of co-opora
tton and consecration. It Is only in
this spirit that tho Tushcgeo Normal
and Industrial institute can contin
ue to render Bervl?b to the negro, '
to tho state and-to thy nation." ' j
Snn and Wind Bring Oat Ugly Spots. '
Haw to Remove Easily f
Here's a chnuco Miss Freckle/faco :
to try a remedy for freckles with tho
guarantee of a reliable dealer that It
will not cost you a penny unless it
removes the freckles; while If It does
glvo -you a clear complorlon the cxr
penso Ib trifling. ?
Simply get an ounco of othlne?
double strength?from any druggist '
and a few appllcattohs; should'show ;
you how easy U Is to get rid yourself ;
of the homely freckles and get a
beautiful complexion. Rarely Ib [
more* than one ounce' needed, for tho !
/Be sure to nak the druggist for tho'
dtiubic strength.,etb'no as .thta/ls?tho
prescription sold under, a guarantee
of money back If it falls to remove
dtty at this Brg Store than you do
a you have o n'y small, unassorted sj
? special values we have for you or
personal visit to tho store. Can't
icum Powder Sat an
it Over 2 Cans to Customer -
. !; / ^ '- ' *
. > '
for this halb,
? and WJIS
1 for Satur
lay, tlio suit
r *12,ko and
iclat for this
<v thfe Sale
and . 'Men's
r V ?
48c and 9Sc
? at 19? S5c
8c, 75o aria
Big Value* >
i ? ....
One lot of Wash.
Skirts good sty l?;?,; Vi
stripes and - co;<?r?),. -l-l-'
... 7?c,, e9 nad ^e Each
Good assortment now.
Shepherd Check,' Navy
and Black Skirts, y '
. ....$3.60 to W Fach.
1 l>ot Chlldi'<r?*a Ter
cale Dresses Bizes 2 to
6. at ;.39c Each.
1 Lot Children'? Ging
ham Dresse*, vises 3 to]
12,: at .. .. ..ISc Fiah
1 Lot Children's Dresi
cales,: sixes 6 to 14,
i:t ... ... ..V ... .
Big Dry Goo is Sp?
1 Lot Silk Poplins in
wldo, pond ftl.po value,;
Saturday <Cnd Monday.
I Lot 36-inch Stripe, i
Saturday and Monday .11
..1000 Yards Aniorfcaa
,value,-(Saturday; and Mot
U000 Yards Fine color
lins. Special for Saturdi
ROO Yards' Whfte Pah
value Special fc.t* Saturi
yard'./. :.. ... ;'v.;^
:<6-Inch Bleaching, Sat)
(not over ?0 ycara,|e c?
LOOK ANY MAN
In The Face
And Be Proud You Wear a Kool Kloth
or a Palm Beach Suit
$5 to $7.50
' Latest fads for dressy fellows hi
Shirts, Neckwear antf Underwear at
extra low prices.
R W. TRIBBLE
The Up To Date Clothier
x DocauBo your tocUi aro (fruitless in 'APPEARANCE, It docs not
necessarily follow that they ore SOUND. HIDDEN TROUBLE may
Ijo.commcncinp, in unseen places. Decay la often prosontfor weeks
BEFORE it becomes apparent. Tho Bkiltull dentist can tlotc?t these
.places and PREVENT discoloration and disease. Go at least twice a
year to yotir dentist, and havo your teeth examined.
DR. HENRY R. WELLS,
Office Orer Farmers & Merchants Hani,
Ki'Rldence 'Phono Cil, Anderson, 8. C. Onlre 'Pjmme r,27.
When you take your trip this summer be sure and
supply yourse f With K. N. & K. Traveler's Checks.
Cashed .every where; your signature is your iden
tification; if lost no one esc can get them cashed;
and; the cost.is very small.
K. N. .?nd K. Traveler's Checks are for sale at
Peoples Bank of A^derspli
(or ordinary mer
locks to select from,
the grent savings to
you come Saturday
id Mon. 10c
ail shades, 38-lnches
Sp?pi?i for "
tho yard .. ? ? V
Suitings, ?V9lpe '; 35e,
; n.cauty BatiBto, In
id ay at 5c yard.
^?<3rgaridy and Miis
?y and Monday at 10c
iraa Checks, good 10c
Jay and ;Mon?V^ the
inlay . and. -Monday
?t^e^;:\yd 7 \ Ml
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BIG SHOE SALE
For Saturday and Monday
1 Lot. Ladies' Oxfords in
Viel and Gunmetal, Special
for stunlay and Monday, tho
pair .... .. ... .-$1.10
1 Lot Ladles' Oxfords, ! |n, .
Gunmetal, Patent and Viel
Kid." ?2.00 values. Special for .
Saturday and Monday, tho
Pair ... ... ..... .... 81.?
' 1 Lot Ludies' Oxfords,
Mary JanB Pumps, and Col-,
onials, S2.B0 values, Special
for Saturday and Monday,
the pair -... ... ..$1.95'
t Lot Ladles* Patent Leather Pxfords?with
fancy, lops?$3.00 valuoo, (Special for aSturday '
and. Monday,; the"' " ?i "t . aQ".l'
Pair ... ... . .. ^JLo*/?/.
48 Pairs Ladles' White Oxfordn, with rubber
solos, Special for Saturday and Monday, tho.
Pair.:. i4 U.,..0Se.;
. Special Reductions in Men's Oxfords: } ;
For Saturday and Monday
l . Lot Mon's Canvaa Oxfords; in TanV;Pnlm
Beach and White, Spoclul tioh|C
Saturday and Monday, tho Pair ?P*
1 Lot Men's Oxfords, in GimVuptai,. Paten?
.Leather and Viel Kldi worth f.2.60V'Spo?tuV'iov<v
Saturday and Monday <;tho pair .. : .... ^1,08 .
1- Lofc. Me n'a OxforHs.' in t'unniotar, '". f&jg*
values, Special for Saturday and
Monday, tho Pair.
, LADIES' '-Ilm
Reduced for S&?er
day and Monday ,
Special bargains in
Ladles' White Voile
presses prettily mado.
.uni trimmed, v ^ V
. . . 92*? to 97.50 ?a^h
.-i fi pain. Ladies* House ..
presses?sample .llno-. -
;cte. Speev?i -io^ Satur
day and Vionday, Eaeh
77: ... ...... ..use
BJglot?f White Voile
ghlrt Waists at: each &
,.^ 4^ ^ and 98c.
'* ' ??-?e vbur.' Big..Sptc?a! ir. Madam Gnwo Front
Lac;? Corselfl at , Oft*?.
Kacii... .... y?9V;.;