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? AND NOTES FR<
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Belton, March SIA-MIB? Marie Dean
of Spartauburg ?B?<visltlng Mrs. W. C.
MJBH Poarl Wandle ?want -fco' J??>1
home lb Due Wet* tte spend ?he week
end and while there- became suddenly l
111 and has not *e*n able to return
to her duties yet ?Her friends here
wish ber a speedry -Recovery.
Mr. J. T. West Spent Tuesday- lo, AlVr
dereon. He wafe. et ra?&bv<T ?! Om
county board of i equal Italien.
Mrs. L M. HeardSand cMB*t*i^:Bl}rf.
A. C. Latlmer, MiWiJ H. Reid, Sherard I
und "children. Mr.?ad Mrs, O. S. Cuth
bert aud baby, Mrs* W. C. Brpw.n and
MIES Marie Deandre dining with Mr.
snd 'Mrs. J. T. Whet' today. .
G. V. Acker otllho Calhoun section !
wangamong those! in town Tuesday?
yk M. Addison, .one of. Anderson's
hustling citizensjvwAa a business tis.
i tor to tho city fcdgterday. t :(r\
MiBGCH Elate U?lltaas and Lessie
Nelson, two of oBlton's. yound ladies/
spent Saturday let Polier, guest? of
Mrs. H. T. Qodft?y.
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Belton, March-81-Following are
the rules and regulations of library j
asEociation, whlchnwill open the public (
. <l-?- tl-- IT*?, _#?.A v.u'1.. . ' ' 'I
1. J The fee of dthis'association shall
bo one dollar (vt.fC) oeriyeiji vi*.:i
2. Books are Massed as seven day
hoofs and two week boots.'
::. Fines may t be collected from
those who violate-the rules as to keep
ing out books over tune. Two cents
(2c)- per day shall be charged for the
first ovor-d??e week and five cents.per I
day for any time after"4th?vn^t>ver-i
4. The placo mt the library for the |
present year, shall be in 'th?' Stringer
5. Tho llbray committee shall ar
range to have thc room used as a li
brary kept \>pen at stated if mes, un
der the supervision of ait appointed
librarian. Visitors ntey ?biue at such
times, to inspect the. library and read
. any books b?t tbe. ?lay not take out
any books, unlofe?. they becomo regu
lar members ot the association.
6. The librarian snail be selected,
by the library co ultu ii lee and shall
open tb?J library at stated times;
take charge of the hooks, keep a rec
ord, of : all volumes taken out, collect
the fines and preserve order sud
7. Books must not be taken into
homes whore iu?ftj are CCS'^SQ&U? G
lnfeci?aus diseases ??der ?tcnaUr o?
Hours for opening/Tuesday after
noons 4 to 6. Saturday mornings 10
to 12. .
A PLEASANT S1?RPRI0E
Belton, March 31.-Tlie following
unique Invitation was issued to tho
young people who presented the play
"The Time of His Life," for Monday:
Be ai Fflun*o?*B ?iure un Friday ev
fmlnc mt a nnartor i ty alglit .
And whatever you do, don't be a min
For some one will be there at the ap
point od hour.
And for a little while you'll be ou
tlrely. in their power.
So put on your good ?ooks and wear
.your good clothes. .
And willingly follow i your1 guide
wherever he goes.
Let your hearts be light and your
midst cf a pleasing Bcene,
miss "the'tim? of your life" if
y<i> n mnati jtaltarhttit 1 JtjIJ^ for yOU I
bas been pianrred; j
So piesse do .*\ot promise to go else- j
For we'll be diss&poimcd if tau to be
The' committees who have sent out
Want in some way to show thetr ap
Of your untlriac efforts sard hearty cb*
To make Belton' the 'garden spot of
This affair was gotten, up to picas?, to
pussle and surprise. ' I
if you guess where you're gotoy yo?? \
wi;: be wis*
?ut if lt ts not found out jj$ aar of I
tW? have gsfn;
had ia view", :
The youog people rat. r ' ?/
Phsi macy at tho ap?cda*e? hour ?ad
Mr. Floyd Cox soon, a^yajrfftjj^f^ky
?* He led thom ?Xr?t to ^3|UJ?M9K
market, thea ta savana! i'ibaarw?tg!
bosses, atore, ^&,??SMft?
Thanda?, Ag*3 Sani o
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PET OF NEWS *
M BUSY BELTON *
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them believe that it waa all a Joke;
they were finally taken to the resi
dence of Mrs. Jessie Lewis where all
ot their fears werf guelled and they
tfpfaitf a?ptfstt dljlnifni evening. Mrs.
?Lewis and Mr?. Fv H. Cox had prepar
ed, a deUghtful supper, and the had
gone tb a great amount ot trouble to
make the evening a thoroughly enjoy
able one. The ?ble* was neeutifully
decorated with blue hyacinths and
ferns., sud "tue festivities caused them I
I all to forget tho gloominess of the |
The^players appreciate this courte
sy v.ep^ nxuch indeed and feel fully re
paid for their trouble 4n getting up the
WiU Give a Concert at the Pastime
Theatre Wednesday Afternoon.
'.Belton/ March 31.-The lovers of I
I muele wt)! miss a rare treat if they
fail to attend the hand concert at the
sstJnie, Theatre in Belton Wednes
iy evening. April 1. The Belton con
cert band, which was organized in
iJanuary, under the leadership ot Prof.
?Fred ,8pencer pf Greenville, who ls
?skilled In music, has made wonder
ful 'Headway and the members, all
Belton boys, aire receiving praise from
?dvorr sdurce ?e? the first class music.
?There are twelve-pieces in the bnnd,
?but oV this special occasion they wilt
A rver^^tt?ds?&g program has
b?on. prepared and" several players
from other towns have beep engaged,
musicians of; iside reputation* sud the
qvenlng's entertainment promises to
*^I?MMU* ema OBA of the
Imam objects ot this concert ls to raise
mbriey for the current expenses ot the
band , and we. trust that the theatre
building will be packed. Thc boys
deser? an unlimited amount of praise
ss: welt as Prof. Spencer for the prog
ress wade since the organization of
A small admission foo of IB and 25
mts will be charged and those woo l
attend, will get their money's worth."
Boors open at the usual hour and
seats to accomodat? everybody. Come J
Put and spend a pleasant even Ins.
Sietes to Close Barty. ?
The .merchants of Belton have very. ?
kindly agreed to close their places of
business, beginning Wesm^sday, Ap
ril 1, at 6:30 p. m., and frwnvtbe 1st of
May until the.lst oti^ptember, at ?
p. ni. This will give the clerks an op
?ertunity to get a very pleasant out- ?
pg In the afteraoou. '
P0IJii|l-A pair o? iadtep' patent!
K ehbiis, abolit No;; 3, on road^BoujtfcB
of Belton, Saturday. Mr.-ch i4-M
Owner eau get same by paying Btr ?
tate art ^u:l ?s???nsr r.t t*a Tnteilf-H
gencer Job Office, Bolton, S. C. I
C O ii G C S3 O O v j'Sv?'e ? o ? c =3 ?
PANAMA TOLL8. - ? I
Wi Uten for The intelligencer. * ?
poooooooo ooo o o o Q o o o o o
The eyes of tho nation'ar? dh Wash- ?
ington and Woodrow Wilson in his ?
mk: to repeat the act . - exempting ?
American coastwise ships from tolls
at Pan ima. It ls especially interest-?
ing because ol the fact that, the ?emo?
?ra?? ????ens in cujnrrnsa aie opposing ?
Wilson in ibis measure. Speaker ?
Clark and Representative Underwood ?
?re openly defiant to the President's ?
atUtujlti, although it seems thalba ma- ?
Jbriiy in congress wtii suppnrt WU" I
?injjo repealing act
The question orislnaiea In the , Hay- ?
?Pa%wtota treaty which ls bfhdiug uo
on th,e nation both in international law
end tn gyodi: morals. The words of
?the treaty ?re susceptible of bet one ?
construction, and that Js that the Uni
the world on an equal basis o nolls.
?And sjmps the; set of , congroas exempt
?ing Am?rcan coastws? - vessels: was
indignant, oeesuse p^tne Ts^wat X?r
???petiters are not. From our view
point lt ls nothing less (lian an ' at- ?
tMumt- Rt shine subsidy.'- From the
uud breve fer lt ukejs & tn^; ellette ?
age to admit that h? has peen wrong,
?ills pot cowardice ta fUf? a wrong,
?s^t srqrse than cbwpfftipe to allow a
?wrong to continue after lt is known.
ly suspicious. Under wood and Otrrk
were candid?ten for the ? democratic
nomination against Wilson *?4, the
present fight ?asumes In a measure a
persona! aspect, else* Wilson Aaa,^can
didly stat** that ?le^M^k*??^}
or. .t'?de?wnon^snye tho d?mocratie
platforms opposes repeal and la the
fae? of;.?.aa*Jea? hann* .te-^jsMIIIft*:
atan* rm obis nl*nk of the d?mocrat
ie Mrtv'i Dlatfcrm.
me?*, U?A- rstaa^BssWaMBBsgsj
ailer th* s^^um?
row Wildon w'wtPe pp too?M?w-t?e
people's tatpreet and - when the amoks
of'ha^^-?apassed iway.'s safe nia
iority of democrats win tx* thoro tb
.Atlante, March 3.1.~Od ver ?or
Um ha? appointed HottAWrcSii
of Hawkinsville as attorney g
effective April IC, tc iitf the v_
caused by the resignation .of
Thoa. 8. Felde*, who is going- to
for the United 'States ?senate;' : '
.Kr. Grice lij a well koowa n
member of the Georgia legislature,
at one time waa chairman of the
eral judiciary committee. He 1?
I l=-~-2T cf .***~-*/iAn f?nutation. a
has extensive farra interests. "
Mr. Grice has been, mayor or Kaw
klbsviiie,aDdisobe.?tt?e leading ctej:
wens of this section.of ^he stale. It
has not Been learned1 whether or no??
he will be a candidate to succeed him-:
Mr. ? Faldera resignatiOP, >hicft
came yesterday, war cot unexpected
He had announced before that he?
would aspir? to the -senatorial toga?
of the late Senator Bacon. Hs says
that W1H>|II a few ^daya be will pre
para; and ! pubJUhvife - platform stated
School t Noie?,: Fro? Iva-Mr.
McAdam* at Home-Per- :
Iva, May 31.-~Last Saturday /the
=:-cc?bcr? cf the Ci.vio ?'?i??-^^^^^ AB.
jsoclatioh served, ? turkey dinner and
supper which was liberally
patronized and about $85 wa? reall^d
j which will be vz$k to repair thas^noor
'bttjtdlt?g and bcaujify. the grounds,;
On last Friday nhthl a box party wa?
given by the patrons of the Moffcits
viU,e school for the benefit of the Civic
Tho Sewing Circle will rn-wt aext.
Thursday afternoon at' the home of
J Mrs. J. M. Bedenbaogh. -
I On last Thursday at tho rosWeoce ot
RSV. H. ii. Martin ?lift nffi?bktla? isis- I
Ister, air. H. H. Wooten ' an d ' Btise j
?Georgia MoKeo of tito Jackson Mill J
Village were married at 6 o'clock, al^4
**o on tUe juuaa day at abe kama place;
, Mr. Tennant Patterson and; Mis? Aanfo
On next Friday evening. April thc
Sf^W?aM;Kennedy and Slight teach
I ors of the Iva high school will ?gire an
leuUrtataaent ia . the school audltprl?
ami consisting of recitations, regdlags
?and sauslcal aejections by the pupils of
i tb* second and third grades. A email
^dmi?3S?i? +^ ?Ul ha ?S?rv<u1 Shh nra.
ice?ds to be used to purchase booka
.a|r. Joe L-igoo bas returned from a.
bustnesB tri ti t<\ r>vhcfchnr?.: V?
Ma' pot "Evans Who is teaching at
Lillie ?onniam .Va^ h^e Saiaraay'lo
aeeiher hro?h?r, Mr. Charlie Evana. ,
I Mr. and Mrs. J. 8nipes of Pelter
spent Sunday with their daughter, ?
Mri/ Raymond Mullinix: ^ V
Mr. and MT?: ??. S.' :?tadin were
Anderson Monday. ,'
Mr. Clem McGee bf Aa?r*Vep*nt
Saturday aa? Sunday wita hw mother,^
Mrs. Jane Mis?ee.
Mr. Si M. McAdams apeat Moaday tal
Anderson oa business.
~- -^i*r rtifn TiiiiiiaW^toatf
in Andersen Mohday. v|
Mr. I. F. Slmpsoa of Anderson spent ?
last night ?aro with relit!ves. 4
H. G. McAaama a proia?u?at atter-i
MT et Oklahoma Cur
WyilBt: Wlim? , ,11; .MtW|E^
reUtlves bare for a ]
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Mis? Claudia Crowther *? A?n*
uSSylwwa<f<^a^ towfl a**?
. Misses Ro*& I^e?i, -hnogane and Au
drey Snipes of Pelter, h?v?- retur'a**'
? "IS4 ? -
mia WT, mik asHjrvtvnu ?uinu??.
fVHib ba? neen'spew?iiinV .
with be* COI*4?? Mrs. J. c. Wat
-ss Eather Balley cf Cars well spent
a* few dtiye last week with her friend.
TO BUY THAT AUTOMOBILE AT A TIcEMENDOUS1- RI?DUCTION.
MAT FEW4 DAYS AGO WEr APVBlWf?Eb. 40 SECOND -Ptftfcf!) AUT?V;** * jj
: ^BIL^ IM Fm^?*^ CONDRON, AT A BIG SAVING- |
^W*NTTO^?eL^MJ^ THIS^MLC BALANCE ?K ! fcrffes, '. -
VALUE IN A GOOP j^TOMOS!t?=W'?00 EVER lJl^?ttt?l3rtM^'"*'
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