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Sale On White
will continue Inila)'. Only H f''\v left
alter yi'i.li'nlay'a mob they're cork
ing gund values fur
Cool and comfortable just Hie ox
fonl for Ihifl hut weather.
UNDER MASONIC r IMP I I
Shoes That Satisfy.
?WN IS A HO ME I NOr.CO
HO*- Laying Rails i
H*j*? on the North Ander- llTjEffc
C?E? son extension. U?3w
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We are ieyisg rails sad ?n??ieg s$
the poles for the trolley today. (
This extension and the opening of Va?
rina Brown Park fills a long felt need
ot a sarbnrban park.
Another Job to Start
St. John's Methodist church
to get three coats of "Town
& Country" paint on the
Anderson Paint and
, Color Co. 4?
Bleckley Bid?. Phono 647
GOLFER PURSED WILSON
OWL DRUG GO.,
Phone ?SS-Cash Store.1
E. 6. Emus * Son,
Pendleton, S. C.
?\rodent Angered Fellow Player
Washington. Club tireen
Waaulngton, June 24.-The story
how President Wilson, golfing on
local green, sent a .ball whizzing
near another golfer's head and h
the other fellow roundly "cussed" t
President of the United States, a
then, in confusion and chargin, ma
profuse apologies, had a sequel tod
when President Wilson, and thc ottv
golfer exchanged letters, one an a
ject apology and the other an ag? j
knnwledgment coupled with a firm'
declaration from the president that he
was within bis rights under the rules
of the game. "J
Managers of the club were expect?!
lng to take some action against the
.'cussing" member when he wrote h ifs,
apology. Local golf clubs compete,
keenly for the president's game t
their greens: he probably will b
visit one of them again.
Rock Mills fllob.
The Rock Mills* democratic cit
met June 20. 1014 and reorganized by
electing S. A. Barnes, president nutt
R. P. Black, secretary. Committee
enrollment C. D. Chsmblee and W.
Chamblec. The club roll will be
Jt. P. mack's until July 1st; W.
Chamblee's first week in July and
D. Chamblee's the second week
R. P. BLACK, Sec
R 5. Box 12, Anderson, S. C.
was 104 on the out
side yesterday but
on the inside it was
the clans gather at .
F. ?. Crayton's
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* ELECTRIC CIT
* Itcraa of Interest ?nd Person
* Wireless on the S
Veters Wu nt Their
Anderson county volera evidently
do not intend runing Hie risk of ho
ing counted out when the election ia
held this Summer. Whoo thc new en
rollment hooks were opened u few
days ago many did not think that they
were ron ul red to sign their full names
on the hooks and therefore there were
unite a few enrolled with initials
only. Since Hie ruling of John Gary
Kvans, thc state chairman, to the ef
fect thal the full name would he re
quired, all of these have presented
themselves to Hie secretaries and had
their full name enrolled. A little in
convenience lias been occasioned he
eause of this but the voters take itu
view that they would rather go to
some additional trouble than to lose
A Record Breaker.
yesterday was the hottest day that
Anderson has experienced this Sum
mer and there can be no gainsaying
this fact. The mercury registered
slightly over 100 in even the coolest
places and at one place where the
thermometer was protected by an
awning lt reached 104. From all sec
tions of Hie State and from all tan
cities in this part of thc country ?.ame
the news last night that it was the
hottest dav the country has experienc
ed in some yean. Dispatcher from
Columbia t-ald yesterday morning that
the mercury registered 102 in the
shade there on Tuesday.
With Car L?ne.
The North Anderson people certain
ly know how to make things hum
when they got started, judging from
the progress made on the new street
car extension In the beautiful resi
dence section. Work of grading has
already been completed and the rails
for the new line are being laid at a
morry pace. Thc officers of thc
North Anderson company are well
pleased with the way the work l? go
ing along. ;
Dr. Chisholm Is
In North Carolina.
Dr. W. W. Chisholm left yesterday
for North Carolina, where he will at-'
tend tho North Carolina Dental Asso
ciation and by special request will de
liver his porcelain clinic. Dr. Chis
holm . went to Atlanta, Ga., a few
weeks ago and delivered this clinic
before tho Southern Dental Associa
tion and since that time has deliver
ed lt before the South Carolina Dental
Association, which met last week at
Kow Placing The
Notices are being Issued every day
hy the secretaries of the various dem- (
ocratlc clubs In regard to where the '
enrollment hooks for the various pre
cincts are to be found. The Plat Rock
club roll will be at Flat Rock on June
'?7, from 1 to 3 o'clock. All tho vot
ers of that precinct are asked tn en
roll between those hours. The Hock
Mills club book will bc nt the home
of Magistrate W. T Chamblce from
next Saturday until next Monday and
the voters nf that section arc also
asked to take notice. I
New Fad Has
A new fad has struck thc soda foun
tains of the city and lt is proving to
bo un immensely popular innovation.
A number of the soda fountains have
been serving cold butter milk for a
long timo but now they have added
corn bread, and are serving butter
milk and corn bread. The people of
thc city seems to have taken to the
idea and the fountains serving thy
delightful combination arc beln>
rush M1 with their orders.
Get H A Promotion.
Glenn Lusslter. who has for some
time filled the position of secretary
and assistant treasurer of the Con
neros8 yarn mill, has been promoted
to the position of superintendent of
the mill. This does not mean that
Mr. Las.-her will give up his present
duties but merely places more author,
tty on his shoulders. This young
man haj done wonderfully well since
ho carno to Anderson and he richly
deserved the promotion which bas
been bestowed upon him.
Some Talk Off I
. Closing flores. !
Considerable talk ls bolng heard
around the city about all the business
houses of the city closing next Mon
day afternoon In order that th 3 clerks
and employes of- tho various places
may witnesa the (first baseball game
played in Anderson In tho -.ew Pied
mont league. Every business house
wdi close In Gaffney this afternoon
fer the first game there and lt is un
derstood that the same course will be:
followed tn * Greenville today. It IB'
lo be hoped that the Anderson busi
ness mon may consent to toe move. -
An automobile wreck occured on
South Main street about 7:SO o'clock
Tuesday afternoon when a machine
Irlven by George Townsend and one
Irl ven by T. L. Cely ran together.
Mr. Cely had Just. driven out of a
ride street onto Main when he met
dr. Tc snsend and lt was Impossible 1
'or either to stop before the machines
tad crashed together. Mr. Town
lond'a running board was stripped,
ind Mr. Ce ty's springs were badly
tent. Fort u at el y no one suffered any ,
njury and ?he machines did not seem
o be badly damaged.
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Y SPARKLETS *
ul Mention Caught Over the *
i tree ts o? Anderson *
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Much speculation was lieanl on thc
streets of thc city yesterday concern
ing thc possible change in the city of
flccs, when the new mayor and nlder
men are Inducted into office. These
gentlemen will luke their reals al thc
tirst meeting hi Augusl and it is said
that a few things will 1 hen he heard to
drop. Several of the members of the
police force are beginning lo feel a
little uneary about their Jolis and it ls
moro than probable thal some c hanges
will occur in this department. It ls al
so said that there .will be several ap
plicants for the position of eily clerk
?and on the whole the new officials will
have a hard time in selecting the men
to lill the various office? from the long
list of applicants.
Cor T. I*. A. Hally.
Feaster Trlbble. secretary of Cost
D. Travelers Protective" Associai lon,
said yesterday that he had secured as
one of the rpeakers for Hie rully te
be held Saturday night. J. H. Godfrey,
mayor-elect of Anderson. .Mr. Trlbble
has also secured several other well
known speakcrr. and every traveling
man in Anderson is looking forward
to the event. All of Hie speeches will
be enjoyable and Hie extemporaneous
efforts from the various members will
also prove to be enjoyable. The so
cial side of this meeting will be quito
Many Afraid Of
i Typhoid Feyer.
!. From Columbia conies the news that
i physicians in all parts of Hie State
are making more requisitions on the
State Medical department for ty
phoid rerum than can be supplied by
that department. The people In tho
towns ali over thc state seem to fear
typhoid and they evldoi'tlv believe in
the efficiency of the vaccine. But lit
tle denir.nd has be n mark- in An
derson for thc serum, simply because
of thc fact that this town has as lit
tle typhoid fever as any town of the
same size in the South. A case of ty
phoid ls almost unknown here and
for that reason Anderson people do
not demand so much of the serum.
Anderson People ' *
At the Virddlng.
Several Anderson people went to
Pendleton last night where they at
tended the Sloan-Harris wedding.
Bee Hanls, Jr., one of Pendleton's
best knowh young business men and
Miss Louise Sloan were married In
St. Paul's Episcopal church, thc cere
mony taking place at 8:30 o'clock.
One of those to ga from Anderson was
Archie L. Todd; who was one of the
groomsmen. Those returning to the
city lust night said that thc affair was
one of tho prettiest that Pendleton
had ever Been. An elaborate recep
tion took pl'ice Just after thc ceremony
Colton Blooms Are
Becoming Pin if iful.
From all section? of thc county
tales of cotton blooms ai..i quite a
number have been sent to Thc Intelli
gencer office. Robert Orahnm. who ls
a progresivo and well-to-do planter
of the Wild Hog section yesterday
sent a bloom here and he says that ho
has a number In his fields.
HUH Walked More?~~
Thnn (?.soo Miles.
After walking over 6,800 miles, a
young man pasrfbd through Anderson
last night with 1.200 more miles star
ing him in the face. This young fel
low left New York on July 4 of last
vear to walk from New York to San
Francisco, going via New Orleans, and
ls making the trip on a wager. He
has already visited Frisco and return
ed via New Orleans and ls now on tho
back trip to. New York. He tells
some interesting tales of things that
he has seen and says that he is en
joying the experience. He walked
from Lavonla, Ga., to Anderson yes
terday, a distance of over 40 miles.
NOTF. TO JAPAN
The Answer of the United States To
Protest to Be Published .
Washington, .Inno 24.-America's1
reply to the last note from Japan
protesting against the California allen
land law was being prepared at the
state department today for publica
tion Jun- 26 with all the correspond-j
enco between tho two governments
on tho subject.
The last Japanese note was dated
August 23. and until recently it waa
understood that tho state department
did not consider 'hat it called for a
reply. Secretary Bryan said today,
however, that the - reply would be
made public with the earlier com
munication'? in accordance with an
agreement with the Japaneso gov
ernment to give out the correspond
ence simultaneously tn Washington
CANCER. CUBARLE \
Dr. Kl nod good flays ^e** of Knife
Atlantic City. NV J., June 24.-Dr.
Joseph Colt Bloogood, of Baltimore,
speaking before tho section of surgery
of the American Medical Association.
In convention here, today declared the
appalling mortality In cancer chiefly
ls due to ignorance and fear of op
"Thore aro twenty million school
children in thif> country and one mil
lion of them have tuberculosis," was
the statement of Dr. Mary Lam h am, of
Highlands, N. C., In her plea for per
iodic examination of young students,
delivered before the section of preven
tive medicine and public health.
President J. D. Hammett Offers
Assistance to the Employes Of
Orr Mills to Get Names On
Jas. 1). Hammett, president o? tho
Orr ("ot i (ju Mills, hus had posted a
notice in which he advises the era
ployes that in order to take part in
the approaching primary they must
enroll their names on thc club rolls,
and tiiat the names must, he in full.
He further offers the assistance of tho
ollicers and overseers of the mill in
getting the names on the rolls. A
similar notice has been put up al
Monea Path and one at Anderson.
Following is the notice:
Tlie management of this nr I has
no desire to take part in politic other
than us individual voters, ai i cer
tainly has no desire lo suggest io any
one ns to how. or for whom, he should
vote. However, we wish each man
entitled to vote to enroll his name on
the club roll, ami each officer of tho
mill will luke pleasure in assisting
any voter to properly enroll his name.
if you have already enrolled, hut did
not sign your name in full, we urge
that you enroll again, '.ailing atten
tion of the secretary to the fact that
your former enrollment was improp
tSigned) JAS. D HAMMETT.
, Pres. & Treas.
BL KA S K'S STATEMENT
As to Why the Militia Will Not tie In
to t'a mi;.
Columbia. June 24.-The following I
is what Governor Bleat-e had to say
about the National Guard of the State
not being permitted to go to Augus
"The letter from the war depart
ment states as Its reasons for with
drawing the invitation for the state
militia to participate in the Augusta
encampment, and for the further re
fusal to furnish to the state uny fur
ther equipment, that:
"In view of the large value of the
stores which are missing, and are un
accounted for by the state, $83.127.73,
and a large quantity of obsolete store.;
in value. $21,984.10, which have not
been returned to the custody of thc
government, etc. the war department
has no recourse but to withhold Fed
eral aid from the organized militia of
South Carolina until tho piovisions of
the law cited are complied with.'
I do not know who is responsible
for these shortages as of course, every
body know that not a single piece
of this equipment, or a single article
mentioned by the war department has
ever been in thc hands ::f the govern
or, so far ar I know. This is a mat
ter which ls handled by thc Adjutant
General'r department, and I presume
that General Moore can make'proper
showing and will show that there has
been no dishonesty In tho matter. I
have no apologies for thc adjutant
general's department, but I am sat
isfied that no one would be so foolish
as to hold General Moore responsi
ble for any shortage which took place
before he came into office, and I feel
further satisfied that thc United States
government in enforcing the provision
of the Dick law as they are against
this rtate. are simply verifying the
staement made by me when a senator
from Newberry county, that South
Carolina had best remain under thu
Dick luw. This law was passed by
thc Republican party; lt was passed
for ne other purpose than concentrate
the entire body of volunter militia in
tho Ri publican . party at that time. I
sahl when it was a mistake and fought
lt, and. am thoroughly satisfied that all
Ifair minded and unprejudiced people
both in thc militia and mit, will now
agref: with mc."
Mrs. W. H. Stone and Mrs. W. R.
i Graham of the Zion section were
j shopping in the city yesterday.
T. H. Gore of Greenville, of the
United States Revenue service, is
spending a few days in Anderson on
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Reed have re
turned to their-home in Spartanburg
after spending ten days here with Mr.
"A PAGE FROM YEST
Come to the P?lmet
"THE WILES OF A SI
This is a two-reel fe
Fourth Reel to be Select
"THE ELDER BROTH
This is a wonderful
Or course, you are I'uniii
The Palmetto offers a pr
to suit everyone and
TBS MAN TH?5
Reed's motlier, Mrs. D. M. f\?ed on
D. C. Willingham of Pendleton spent
part of yesterday in the city on busi
D. S. Doolittle r," Spartanburg was
among the visitors to .spend yesterday
in the city.
Miss Floride Welborn of Pendle
ton is spending the w?ek In the city
with Mrs. Pruitt on Calhoun street.
Sam Williford and J. A. Pruitt have
gone to Henderson ville. North Caro
lina, where they will spend ten days.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hall and Miss
Clara Hall of Iva, route 4. were shop
ping in the city yesterday.
J. H. Dudley of Columbia, ls spend
ing a few days in the city on business.
W. J. Gatley o f Columbia spent yes
terday in the city, n guest at tho Chi
Mrs. Herbert . Barnes and two chil
dren, who are vialing friends in
T.owndesvillc. spent last night in the
city with Mrs. J. Lomax at thc
r?. P. Blake of Greenwood was
among the visitors to spend yesterday
in the city.
Miss Avery Lockman is spending a
few days in Williamston, where she
is thc guest of MisB Esther Darnall.
W. WJ. Bradley of Abbeville, private
sedjfB?Mpjr, to Congressman Aiken,
spent-yesterday In Anderson.
W. D. Spearman or Easley was In
the city yesterd?y for.a few hours.
E. F. Allgood and K. E. Allgood of
the Brushy Creek section spent yes
terday in the clty.
'*? . -. . . J. ' ,.:,?<
J. J. McAbee of Piedmont was
among the visitors to spend yesterday
tn tho city. -
J. K. Elrod and T. It, V E?rod of
Piercetown spent a few hours In the
Charles O. Beacham of Greenville
was in tho city yesterday a guest at
the Chlquola hotel.
James L. Keitt of Greenwood, spent
part of yesterday in the city on busi
Joseph F. Hopp of Raleigh. N. C., a
weift known Insurance ad juste it, is
spending a few days in Anderson.
Jack Harris of Pendleton was
among the visitors to spend yesterday
In the city,
Dr. I. B. Burris of Cars well spent
a few hours in the city yesterday on
M. N. Perryclear of Columbia .was
in the city yesterday, a guost at the
Chlquola hotel. .
- Lucius Stevens, Miss Eva Newton
andMiss Jessie Newton of Pendleton
wore shopping In the city yesterday.
J. B. Spearman of the White Plains
section was in the city yesterday on
business. ( ..
J. M. Long and A. Wi Pickons of
the Brushy Creek sootion wero in the
E. H. Welborn of the Willlamftort
to tonight and dream thee
REN ... . . . .
ature that will learn you
ER".-, i. ?v ..
dramatization from the r
ar with it -
ogram varied and interest
the pictures for this day a
Colonial Pumps in Dull Calf, Pat
ents, Mat Kid and White Can
vas, in all the new styles at
$2.50 to $4.00.
At the Bijou today
THE DOCTOR'S TESTIMONI,'-^ ,
i Victor. A two rcol drama with Flor
ence Lawrence in the title role.
. Jealousy, it has been said ls tao one
passion of the human soul that causes
?'more heart suffering, more anguish,
more domestic tragedies and more
brutal crimes than any other, do you
believe this? Do you term it a passion
?or an emotion? Come and see.
I SOPHIE OF THE FILMS -
i Nestor. The first of a series of
I comedies set and around a motion pic
; turo studio- Featuring! Victoria. Ford.
'FOURTH REEL TO BE .SELECTED
Coming tomorrow "On the verge of
; War" 3 reel 101 Bison.
! Coming Monday "Chelsea 7750" 4
j reel Famous Players feature.
VILEST SANDY- <
Reliance. A strong two part dramf.
This ls an unusually' ijood picture and
one you should see.
BEYOND THE CITY-^
American. Presenting Wm. Gar
wood and Vivian Rich in- a thrilling
drama of great moral strentgh. A
story of a rare charm-powerful, in
conception and beautifully presented.
FOURTH REEL TO BE SELECTED
Coming soon "The Million Dollar
Mutual Movie? Make Timo Fly.
election ' was amjong. toe i??itbr? to
spend yesterday in thu city.
J. B. Kay has returned to his home
in Lowndesvillo after a snort ?tay in
Anderson. ' ' . .
S. F. Owens of Charlotte spent yes
terday in the city on buslneto.
Glenn Simpson Of Starr ^3Bfl^i%e
city yesterday for a part of tho day.
)ld dreams over again.
. . , : . . Kalem.
to don't. ^
lovel of the same hame,
ing. There, is something
re especially full ot inV