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A nderson College
A Christian Institution for the Higher Ed
ucation of Young Women
Tlirco Innre brick buildings, strum lieut, electric lights private
halli tu every two rooms. Class rooms, laboratories, gymnasium
iii thoroughly equipped. Campus of :IJ arri's, recreation grounds,
lennis courts, haskel hull fit-Id, within easy milking dislunrc of
town, on tu? street cur Hues. Course of study In accord with high'
es( educational requirements. Experienced faculty of Christian men
nnd women* Strong departments In
MI WC, ART, EXPRESSION AM) DOMESTIC SCIENCE
A P HEPA BATO Ii Y DH PA UTK EM' fer thone nut ready lo enter
\ Write for cat al og uo.
James P. Kinard, Ph. D., Pres.
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A gentleman from Atlanta who is
familiar with Ainsley Park and the
other "Bon Ton" Suburbs of At
lanta'?ays that tie ha? never seen
a pretiier lay out in the way of
a suburb t^an (No^hj Anderson
BUT if you want to know how
delightful fa place North Anderson
is to Ihre in, ask; those . who live
th??. ..???.tjty,.,.. vV..
i VHI'.M.'-I -t >./ t"
he perpetnalljr tied to other reople'H opinions, If you dont
like eur G (Ml ns dont buv theta-hut xet your reasons ont of
your own head und not have ll handed you bv comm-tltors.
We have the goods. We have the Priers. Wo have the Ser*
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WALTER H. REESE, The Leading. Jewelr.
IF IT'S REAL ESTATE, SEE US
if yoiMiWant anything in ??al estate you
w U I benefit yourself if you '.?"ll see us.
We have, some beautiful bornes in the city
for skie.at reasonable prices.
We also have some nice farms in high state
of cultivation at attractive p-jces close to
J. ( FURMAN. EVANS CO.
Evans Building :: Anderson S. C.
?Hew WuSnl? MW ?ug?. .
Electrical appa, ?m? has been in
vited for gilling insects which are
harmful to th?T?rowth o? trees and
grain. A met a He net support ?d on. 8
two weeded vehicle is suspended dver
the ground whore the insects aro to
be killed, and 6,600 volt energy is al
lowed to discharge-from lt to the ,
ground. _ Tho net and the earth ari?
energized from tho one terminal ot
a step up transformer on the vehicle
the other terminal being rounded.
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* ELECTRIC CIT"
* Items of Interest and Person i
* Wireiess on the Si
?fa 9? Oft 9ft 9f> Pf* 9$
Sum I) Harper
(.'els u Promollon.
Sam I). Harper has returned from
Mull ! an extended n ip north, ile re
ports having a lin? time. Aller a few
day? rest in the country he will enter
upon his dull? -; ?is manager of the
already well known business ?f W. A.
Power. Mr. Tower for many yours
has enjoyed a splendid grocery and
fresh meat business, but with M*.
Harper as manager and with the help
of uti others connected with the
business proposes to make folks sit
lip and take not iee. Mr. Harper needs
no Introduction to thc trail? of tho
eily of Anderson and Anderson county
having for the past ten yean been
with the Anderson Cash (iroeery Co.
Hose Hill I'liib To Give
Old Fashioned Picnic.
Friday evening the lawn in front o?
Hose Hill club ut North Anderson will
be the Bcene of a most enjoyable event
in th? shupe of un old fashioned p?e
nle lo be given by thc members. The
entertainment will begin at 7 o'clock,
und will consist of Ihe basket dinner
to be served in old fashioned style,
followed by cards and dancing in the
club house. All the members of tho
club are Invited and expected to bring
well filled baskets. The functions
given by.the Hose Hill elub are all
In good tnBte and this picnic will
doubtless be among the most enjoy
able events ot the season.
Are Out ( limping.
A party of young men left Monday
for Andersonvllle, to spend a week
fishing, swimming and - what
ever else goes in on u camping trip.
Tho personnel of the crowd is as fol
lows: Mack Heck, Larry Brown, Le
land Payne, Foster Jones and Earl
Thomas. An Invitation IIOB been ex
tended to all the friends of the above
named, to viBit them during their stay
on tho river as a most enjoyable time
ls anticipated. .
Pres. It. F. Mauldin
HOCH For Vacation.
Pros. B. F. Mauldin, of the Bank of
Anderson, accompanied by Mrs.
Mauldin, left yesterday afternoon for
a well earned rest and vacation trip.
Tlioy are going first to Philadelphia,
whore Mr. Mauldin will consult an
oculist, and, after spending a few days
In tlie Quaker city, they will visit
other points of interest, possibly go
ing to Canada for several weeks. In
addition to his duties as president of
the Bank of Anderson, Mr. Mauldin ia
president of ll other banka in Ander- i
son and adjoining counties, and while
JFVrst Annual i
The first annual grain festival under
the auspices of the Anderson Chamber
of Commerce will be held next Tues
day, July 21. Following is the pro
Chairman of the meeting: J. S. Fow
Exercises open at Chamber of Com
promptly at 10:30 a. m.
Announcements-By the chairman.
Invocation-Rev. Dr. W. H. Frazer,
pastor First Presbyterian Church, An
dereon, S. C.
Address-Methods Pursued by Dem
onstration Forces in Seeding 100,000
Aeres in Cover Crops in South Caro
lina-Hon. W. W. Long, State Agricul
ture Agent and United States Depart
ment of Agriculture.
Adress-Agriculture in South Caro
lina, Hon. E. J. Watson, commissioner,
Columbia, S. C.
Address-The Lover Agricultural
Extension Act and what It means to
South Carolina, Hon. Arbury F. Lever,
congressman from South Carolina and
Chairman committee on agriculture,
houso of representatives, Washington,
Tho following prizes in cash will bo
Given, by Forman Smith, wholesale
Miss Louise Rideout has returned to
her home at Highlands, N. C., after
a visit of several weeks to her aunt,
Mrs. Florence Thompson.
Mrs. II. S. Dowling and Miss Laura
Dowling.have returned from a week's
visit at leesville. They made the trip
In their automobile.
Mrs. Linda Thompson is thc guest
of friondg and relatives in Walhalla.
Miss Elizabeth Coleman left yester
day for her borne at Blairs after a vis
it of several weeks to Miss Ewbank
Taylor and other friends here.
Mrs Murry has returned to 1 her
home in Charleston after a visit to
Mrs. T. B. Curtis.
Miss Sallie Graham Sparks has re
urned to her home at Gaffney after a
week's visit to Mrs. J. Russell Sparks.
Mrs. Charles Forrest, of Atlanta,
ls visiting her mother, Mrs. J. L. Arn
M". Nowell, of Monroe. Ga., ls the
tuest ot his daughter, Mrs. David Tay
Mrs. J. W. Spcake has gone to Kin
irds for a vitlt to relatives.
Mrs. T. H. Latham, ot Atlanta, has
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lu- I? missed when he is away, yet all
are well organized and in good hands.
On Vacation Trip.
Several members of The Intelligen
cer force are enjoying brief holidays.
I). Watson Hell, eily editor, left yes
terday for Charleston where he will
spend a Week. disporting himself In
thc "sad sea waves." He was Joined
at Helton by his mother. Mrs. J. B.
Hell or Gaffney, and a sister. Miss
Caroline E. Vance also left yesterday
for Greenville to visit her sister.
From there ehe will go to several
points of Interest In the mountains ol
North Carolina. George P. Cannon,
one of the faithful linotype operators I
la spending thin week with his mother,
at Abbeville and v iii also run over to
Atlanta for a few days.
Georgia Hoads Are
Are In Good Condition.
A party of nutoists that returned
from Atlanta Monday report the roads
to Atlanta in excellent condllon. Drs.
H. U. Wells and W. S. Pearce left
Anderson Sunday for the Georgia
city and returned via Stone Mountain
and Athens Monday. The party had
an unusually good trip, and say that
the roads are in the best of condi
tion, aa they made thc round trip
without any accident, not even a pun
F. IK Suggs O' H* S.
Locates in Anderson.
Anderson is attracting a number of
business and professional men, and al
most all who come here decide to cast
their lot with Anderson nnd help to
build up a greater electric city. Among
those who came, saw and were con
quered recently, may be mentioned
Dr. Forest D. Suggs,, a recent gradu
ate of the Atlanta Dental College,
whose home ls Bremen!, Ga? Dr.
Suggs is now with Dr. W. W. Chlsolm
whore offices are located In the Bleck
ley building. Dr? Suggs ls quite an I
addition to thc professional life of,
the city and will find a cordial wel
In Anderson Recently.
J. E. Sadler, one of Anderson's pro
gressive automobile dealers, stated to
a reporter for The Intelligencer yes
terday that Hupmobiles and Reos
were "ging some." Llgon & Ledbetter
wijl receive *c the next few days a
new two-ton Reo truck to be used in
connection with their Increasing I
wholesale grocery business. Worth
Taylor bas purchased a Hup roadster
and h. S. Horton, a five passenger j
1. First best bushel of oats..$100
2. Second best bushel of oats ;?0.
-3. Third best bushel of oats-$T0
4. Fourth host bushel of oats-$30.
5. Fifth best bushel of oats-20.
6. Sixth best bushel of oats-$10.
All above open to any farmer in
third congressional diatrlct of South
7. Best bushel of oats from Ander
Given by the Anderson Coca-Cola
8 First best peck of wheat-43.
9. Second best peck of wheat
10. -Third best peck of wheat-$1.
All above given by Furman Smith,
and open only to Anderson county
11. First liest peck of rye-$2. i
12. Second best peck of rye-$1.
All above given by Furman Smith
and open only to Anderson County
Conditions-All grain must be placed
on exhibit in the Magee building, op
posite Davie Bros. stables, on West
Benson street by 12. o'clock July 21st.
Nothing will be returned. Judges,
Hpns. W. W. Long, A. F. Lever and E.
> Ni ALS
be?fn spending several days In tho
city. Mrs. Latham was formerly Miss
Eva Neal and has many friends here.
Sheriff Lyon, of Abbeville, spent Jest
night here with his sons, Messrs. Billy
and Tom Lyon. : ,
Miss Viola Felhel. of El loree, ia
here to spend the' summer with her
brother, Mr. Fred Felkol.
Mrs. Josie Peoples has gone to
Asheville, N. C., for a short stay.
Giles Templeton, of Abbeville, Was
he guest this w-?ek of J. M. Giles.
Mrs Mattie* Mckinney baa returned
o her home in Atlanta, after a visit
>f several weeks to relatives here.
Rucher T. Taylor has returned to
tis home at Richland, Ga, after a
reek's visit to relatives here.
W. 3. Breazealo returned yesterday
from n business trip to Lynchburg.
Hon. E. Marion Pucker, formerly
it this city, but now of the law de
tartment of the South Carolina Col
ego, in Columbia, is in tho city for a
.lsit to relatives. ,
Fred Peannan loaves today for
Vilmlngtou. N. C., after spending sev
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There's not much fun in any sport unless you
have all the clothes you need for it. Whether it
be the seashore, the mountains, the courts or the
motor, we have everything to make your fun a
maximum. # .?'V;
Just in-another shipment of "Emery" Shirts
i $1.00 and $1.50
Earl & Wilson 3hirts. . . $1.50 and up
Interwoven Hosiery.25c and 50c
Stetson Hats.$3.50 to $5.00
E. & W. Collars . . .. $1.50 doz.
Wilson Bros; Union Suits.$1.00
Scriven Union Suits .. . . . $1.50
Wilson Bros. Underwear ( 2 piece) 50c garment
Suits for any occassion.$10.00 to $25,00
We strive to see that you get just what you want
here in quality, style, price and fit. Please feel
free at any time to come in and act as if the store
belongs to you. We own it, but you run it.
Parker & Bolt
. The One Price Clothiers
"THE DEATH WARRANT"*. . .. LubiiV
A two reel production that will hold your interest from start to finish. 1
"UNDER DESPERATION'S SPUR".... . . .. Edison
A tale of the Kentucky mountains and the moonshiners. . -
"HICKSVILLE'S 'FINEST" . . .. Biograph"
? rip-roaring face comedy. };
Coming Thursday "The Mas-ter Rogue". From the novel of'the same
Coming Friday "The Perils of Pauline" and "Hearst's Pictorial News.
[j THE COOLEST i^LACE IN AN?ERSQN jj
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fact all your wood work,
The only varnish stain
with a guarantee
Anderson Paint & Color
B?eckley Bldg. Pfcnna 647
5ral week? wHh^elattves her7^| TN,C AT BOSE HIM/ CLUB
r?&rui?u ?i ?* trna tv position ih *TUVI ? . ,.? . ..... . "
ima for several years. ' .'. wMmi - is /Arranged: for, Friday
JL_ . ? ' . . ' . . Night. ; A ?
ti w oi! ? . ** ? There will bo a .picnic held nt the
Hugh Sheppard of the Gregg Shoals ^ H1" ctub my North
lection was a bus ness visitor .fa* tho FYiday night. Julylnth. . All members
:lty yesterday. .?MHfa^. of the club are mest cordially ux/ged
-- I- to attend. There will be dancing and
George H. Ballys and slaters,"MflScIf 'c"a?d playing after the picnic. All are
-t'elea and Edcu Balles returned yes- urged to bring well filled baskets.
terday from, Rock Hill, wher? they
were called Sunday by the death of
their . brother-in-law. G. Fi Bulcon.
Tliey madb tho trip in -Mr. Bailes'
? Archie; W?Coftnell. of Royston, Qa,
has been-spending the past week with
h^s parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A.. Mc
?Frank ?Mrver of Atlanta ls visiting
bis father. Dr. R. F. Dlwer on East
Orr Street. >?
, Miss Ella Avery is at home again
aftef.- spending several weeks at Wil
The,v: many, friends of Mrs. L?Roy
Smith, of Lowndesvllie, Will regret,
to learn' that she ls In the hospital
here and wish for her a speedy re
'Miss . . Annie ' Waldrop of Indian
Springs, Ga., is the guest of Mrs. W.
O. McKinney th/thia city for a few
.Messrs. Arthur and Mark Link of
Abhevilie nro visiting nt the home of
their brother, T. EL Link on West Mar
ket Street. . ":?-.\-y
IMP. TwoTeel mystery story. The.
skull feature ls unique and there; fa.
a BO rt of uncanny, expectant atmos
phere about tho story as it progresses:
Featuring Alisander; Gaden "nd Doro
thy Phillips; ??/:?.".
A JEALOUS HUSBAND
Sterling. Ford Sterling ls his fun
ny self In this offering. There lo
lightning like rapidity in the shifting
of the scenes andjf&lffjkin? face Ia
always in evidence. ?"*..'.. ? v
FOURTH BEEL TO BE SELECTED
. Coming tomorrow '"The Ifinion Dol
lar Mjstery" series NoV 1, The big*
gest serial ever produced, and has a
.10.000 cash prise. Don't fall to eco
THE TOY SHOP- j
Princess. A urama with ?^urje?.v?-*.
triche and Boyd Marshall. >
A HUS8?NG BRIDE
^Keystone Agreat comedy.
HE<? BIRTHDAY PRESENT
. f Jaiestic. A : drama of love, : and'.'
Majestio. Don't rall to ' seo this
comedy. 1 ; J ?j,