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To Introduce Minor's
Quality Ice Cream
Every customer is in
vited to eat ice cream
with us FREE today.
I have arranged to
supply 2,000 custom
* ers, so be sure to join
Remember l-4th your
purchase in FREE
goods at the other
store while you help
& YOUR FRIEND,
C. S. MINOR
5,10 and 25 Cent Store.
Plenty of Everything
Wm ? to Eat -:- .
Ai THE ANDERSON CASH GROCERY CO.
Fresh Kalamazoo Celery.10c stalk
Fresh, ?ountry Tomatoes. .20c dozen
Fresh Snap Beans.2 lbs for 25c
Fresh 'Roasting Ears.25c dozen
. Ccta&?hg Apples,. Nice Size.25c peck
Country Canteloupes .. .5 and 10c
Cp?h?fy Watermelons, large size 25 & 35 each
Irish Potatoes. 5Qc peck
Frying Chickens ......... 30 & 35c each
Pr?fflier Pineapple' Cider .... ._. 30c qt.
H?iJ?'^?u ever used Davis Baking Powder?
5 po?ncl can for 85c guaranteed or money re
furideldl ' ,' ^K ,
R^d jy^ng Grape Juice, all juice and no water
. .. |s?,p y j?. * .[t'.r, T.T<y<T?VyT.^ ?->..' . ? ? . ...... * 25C pt
Why do we sell so much Tea ? Because we sell
tlie jdJ? that everybody? likes-20 different
varieties to select from-60c to $1.50 per lb.
Alffi^KSpN ?ASH'GI^ CO
jjmt a Few More
I lOO-Piece German
j Dinner Sets Left*
At Only $12.00
fe' Af ay we send you one he
fore they are aM gone? '
hiarchhanks & Babb
N. Main St. Jewelers
A.; M. SHARPE & CO? Agents
tor fjood substantial and reliable ola lino Fire Insurance Companies call
on us when In tho market.
A. M. Sharpe ?. S. Maul din J. C. Shearer
Miss Ito Ba Jasja, supervisor ot rural ment of the North Carolina summor
schools of VVWte county, N. C.,,ts op a, fSM^/S^SW1- ?5*8 "ffJi jySs
A. tfteely. Miss Koo's headquarters ?fa ana, it ts but natural that she
. ero ut Raleigh. N. C She has Just lin. should have succeeded BO well. She la
bibed: contiuctlug the primary dopart a sister of Mrs. Neely.
* ELECTRIC Cil
* Items of Interest and Person
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Alreudy Ken I ed.
One of tlic handsomest business
buildings (but Anderson has ever had
is now r:ip?:!!v nearing completion
the Watson-Vundlver building on
North Main street. This building has
large and commodious stores and 1B
a very handsome structure, both In
side und oui .o brass trimmings for
the front, au. to cost about $800 and
yet remain to be pm in position and
then the building will be completed.
lt has been announced that three of
the storerooms have already been
rented. One will be occupied by the
Job printing department of The In
telligencer, one will be occupied by
John W. Linley, while W. E. Bray will
open a handsome soda fountain and
ice cream parlor and cigar store In
the third. The fourth room nus not
yet been rented. This ls easily ono
of the prettiest buildings in the city.
Anderson's county board of educa
tion met yesterday morning in the of
fice of J. li. Felton, superintendent of
education. The meeting of the board
was called- for the purpose of con
sidering the advisibtllty of consoli
dating the Airy Springs, Mountain
Springs and Mount Airy schools. All
these schools aro located in the same
section and some believe that it would
be a splendid thing for the community
If they should be consolidated. How
ever, on the other hand some of th?
school patrons are opposed to the
plan and it was therefore decided at
yesterday's meeting that an election
would be ordered for the purpose of
giving all the patrons of the three
schools an opportunity to express
For P. ? Ti, Of"?*
J. M. Lat im - . ?j Leen ticket
agent tor " *!eimont & Northern
lines ?n .ma city since the Interurban
ujade ls first run, has resigned the po
sition and has accepted the position
as teller with the Farmers and Mer
chants Bank. Mr. Latlmer ts a splen
did bookkeeper, well known and popu
lar around the city and will make
friends with the patroas of the bank.
And lt is understood that he will be
succeeded as ticket agen by W. E.
Reddln, now agent at Riverside Junc
tion. The new agent will probably
RBsume his duties tomorrow.
Sometime ago orders were issued
to the effect that hereafter the cafes
of the city munt be closed at midnight
each night. A storm of protest was
evoked at the time and Qjts Antonikos,
proprietor of the Piedmont cafe .se.
cared counsel. His attorneys' ' went
before members of the council and
convinced them that to issue such an
order was a mistake, and it was then
revoked. The cafes will now remain
open as long as they formerly did,
which was about 2 o'clock. *
Has Been Issued.
The August Issue of the "Com?an"
made Its appearance yesterday and
it wes a very welcome visitor to the
hundreds ot homeB in the mill vil
lages. This idaue ls one of the best
that the Y. M. G. A. has ever gotten
up and lt contains a wealth of reading
matter. It deals with the Fourth of
July celebrations held by the mill peo
ple and with . the. various picnics that
have beep held this month. The edi
torial columns contain the announce
ment that the next lBsue will be de
voted to things t ducat ional and for
that reason the September isaue will
be awaited, with more than ordinary
A party of Clemson people, together
with a guest from Omaha, spent part
of yesterday in Anderson. Those
composing the party were Prof. and
Mrs. Henry W. Barre, Prof. Orr Wat
son and Mles Tiltotson from Omaha, a
sister of Mra. Barre. Prof. Barre is
State Botanist abd he and Mrs. Barre
both have many friends here, while
Prof. Watson ls also popular in An
derson. The party spent the day rloV
lng around the city and seeing the j
eights and they Bay that Andersen io j
growing prettier every day.
. Visiting Relatives.
'?, Dr. and Mrs. Charles E. Burts -.;.d
eon, Charles E., Jr., have been sp? ad
ln g sometime in Anderson, the guests
ot Mrs. Amanda Watson at her home
just south of the city. Before her
marriage Mrs. Hurts was Miss Wat
son of this county, and at one time
Dr. Burts waa, pastor ot the First
Baptist church of Anderson. He left
Edgeflold for Columbia and ls now
pastor of the First Baptist church, of
the capital city. They have many
friends in Anderson and- received a
hearty welcome here.
Balley Family 1
To HaTO Bennion*
Ono of the moot interesting events
of the coming month for a number of
Anderson people, ls the Butley reunion
Which ls to bo held at the home of
RV J. Poole, three miles north of Ab- j
derson, ob Thursday, August 6. All
members of the i family are Invited to
bo present and take part In the pleas
ures of the,dayv
i Well Attended.
-The extra campaign meetings for
county offices arranged by I. T. Hol
land, candidate tor probate judge,
ISrve been, well attended. . The meet
ings were at" night when' the mill
[people are not at work. The Pfizer
mcetlDg was transferred to Riverside
aa, tho regular meeling at Pelter was
j thought sufficient.
Y? -'fi H- H- H> * #
i al Mention Caught Over the f
i tree ts of Anderson *
^ Sft 3fr Pf? 3fr 9fr
The children of Anderson and truth
to tell, many of the grown folks too.'
seem to be mighty eluted over the an
nouncement that Anderson's motion'
picture shows ure shortly to put on|
vaudeville attraction.* in addition to:
the regular motion pictures, and the'
children of the city are hard at work
at everything promising to yield the
coveted coin to enable them to see the
first show. Indications are that the
opening vaudeville nights will draw
bigger crowds than Anderson's motion
picture houses have yet been able to
Pistol Got Negro
Into the Court".
Not content with simply "toting" a
pistol, Oscar Williams did not think
that such an offenese against the law
was sufllcicnt and proceeded to shoot
once or twice. Ile was promptly seiz
ed by the officers of the law and yes
terday hauled before Magistrate
Broadwell for a heuring. He was
tried and found guilty and sentenced
to pay a Ono of $10 or to spend the
next few days of his valuable time on
:ho rock pile. He paid the ten.
Anderson people will learn with in
terest that Ralph Smith, a well known
young man of this city, is now on thc
road to recovery after a severe at
tack of typhoid fever. Mr. Smith was
taken to the Anderson county Hospital
about three weeks ago and Las been
very Ul, but'it ls said now that his
condition ,1s satisfactory and that be
will soon be taken to the home of
bis father, Furman Smith. This will
be good neWB to the young man's"
J. B. Felton, county superintendent
of education went to Denver yester
day for the purpose of meeting wUh
the trustees of the Smith school and
considering the plan for having a new
school building erected. It will be
remembered that lightning struct;
thia school three weeks ago and
burned the building to the ground.
It is planned to begin at once on the
erection of a larger and mora com
fortable schoolhouse thou the Denver
district has hod before.
Effect of War
Is Felt Here.
The effect of the war In the east has
been felt upon local conditions al
ready. Fprman'Smith for. two days
has found lt almost Impossible to,get
any flour or-'grain and Mr. Jas.' P.
Gossett, president pf the Brogon mills
stated yesterday "pal a. prolonged war
In-the east would be Euro to depress
the price of1 cotton and cotton goods.
Cotton Went down approximately $20
a bale on the Nej? Ycrk cotton ex
change yesterday, the roost marvelous
break in the history of cotton.
J. B. Felton, county superintendent
Of education, and..this assistants, yes
terday completed the annual report of
the funds expended In the educational
work of the county for the year be
ginning July 1, 1913 and ending July
1, 1914. The report shows that An
derson's educational institutions are
In fine shape and.the people bf the the
county have evidence enough that the
Bchools have done enough work In
this county during the last year to
warrant every;, expenditure made.
? " O' '??
Will Hear Speeches,
Because ot the fact that some of the
candidates for congress from this dis
trict could not reach Pendleton on
Monday, August 2, the date for their
meeting was changed aud both .'the
candidates for congress and 'he can
didates for for county ofnees will ad
dress the people' of Pendleton on
Tuesday, August .-4* It ls expected
that u big crowd will be in attendance.
Baak From The'
French Broad Camp,
Much benefited in health and in
knowledge by reason of their stay In
the North Carolina mountains, Ban
Ledbetter, Leo Sellgman, David Rast
and Robert BurrlBs have returned to
the city from a summer's stay at the
French Broad Camp in North Caro
lina. The Anderson boys say that
they never had ? better time in their
live? than they did on thia trip.
To Change Managers.
It was announced .yesterday that a
new manager would assume charge of
the A. W. Bailey. Five and Ten Cent
store in this city next Monday. Carl
Madsen, who has been in charge of
this popular store has been succeed
ed by T. A. Hud who comes to An
derson with the highest recommenda
tions in the mercantile business and
la said to be very capable.
Optical Store ?
For South M?i? Street.
The lot next to Mr. Ortman'a Bak
ery will bo improvod with a modem
two-story building tb vb* . used by Dr.
I. M> Israel son for his growing optical
business. Dr. Iernelson baa leased
the place for a number of years ah*
ho will install tho latest modem opU-.
cal? Instruments for tho examination
of the eye, he Inlands to make it one
of tho best optical parlors in the state.
How To c?w? ? ?nrafcs.
BRONCHO BILLY PL
Western drama featurir
SLIPPERY SLIM DIPl
Western comedy. Slim
THE SEA GULL.. ..
With Myrtle Gonzalez
WORLD'S MARKETS CLOSED
TO AVOID COMPLETE RUIN
(Continued Prom First Page.)
believed New York would onco moro
attempt to absorb what tho'rest of the
world chose to thrust on lt. Tho de
cision, however, was not reached at a
meeting of the governing board ot the
exchange, but in a secluded. roora at
the office of J. P. Morgan & Company.
Like Father, Like Son.
Mr. Morgan, following the example
set by bis father, when be dfd so much
to stay the panic of 1907, met there a
group of the mightiest financiers in
New York. There was Opposition to
the suggestion - that the' ' exchange
should be closed. Many df the -ex
change governors who were In con
stant communication with the group
of men in Mr. Morgan's office, scoutea
The debate went on behind, cloaod
doors, while all Wall street, through
which word of the meeting:'rapidly
had spread, waited anxiously for the
decision. On the floor of the exchange
wildly excited brokers rushed book
and forth, shouting. In almost every
brokerage house in the street there
were crowds of. men, some, eager for
the chance to buy stocks at low prices,
others in dread of disaster should thc
market be opened.
Decided to Clo H e. .
Then came the news that Germany
had declared a state of war in the
empire. Evon before this news the
decision had virtually been reached.
Word went forth that th? board of
governors had decided to close the
Mr. Ely made the announcement. A
few minutes before ten ne mounted
the rostrum in the beard room. The
clamor instantly hushed. The brok
ers massed in a silent crowd, facing
him. AB the gong clanged for the op
ening, -Mr. Ely made his brief an
For en instant, vhile tbe signifi
cance of his words was sinking, there
was no sound. Then there came a
shout of relief.
? A second conference of bankers was
held late today in Mr. Morgan's office,
but no further action was decided up
on. During the day the foremost men
of Wall street kept in close, touch
with one another, in an effort to effect
an adjustment of the . situation as
speedil y as possible. It was eal d th nt
the present position of tho banks waa
unusually strong; that none was in
need of assistance and that nothing
of an alarming character need be ap
prehended, whatever the developments
in Europe. |
"Little Boord" Stays Open.
For half an hour the Consolidates
Stock Exchange, ucually known as 'the
"little board," was the only oflon se
curities market bf the world. The
Consolidated opens half ap hour ibe^
fore the New York: stock exchange. A
comparatively small amount ?f busi
ness was. done (during the flrat half
hour today, at prices which showed
only small changes.) Tho Consolidated
?closed as soon ss word came.that the
"big board" would,i not qpen.vi The
coffee exchange, the..produce exchange
and the metal exchange quickly for
low-d suit. ,
The Btock exchange took steps early
in the day .to discourage in every way
possible .tbe formation of ari outside
market for Its securities by,venture
some or Irresponsible traders.1 It Is
sued ? notice to members'pointing out
that the constitution ^rphJM^ deal
ings oh any other exchange, limine.city
or TOblicly outside ,of ,^j?3?$UOTp>
eithlr'directly ot indirectly, iri securi
ties! Hated or quoted on the exchange.
Private transactions, it 1? ^bolloved,
will continue in moderato volume es
long as the exchange remains* closed.
Foreign exchange was moro demor
alized than ovqr before, but, it did not
prevent - the engagement of moro gold
to tho extent of about $3,650,000, all
for London, It lg,said.- ~ ?vj/jjiv- '
'??xceasive' Insurance Rates.
' Bf akers took pp tho m?tter of gold
exp? lits In several conferences'- today
?pd a meeting of foreign exchange
bankers will be called shortly to con
'sid-'-ir the proposition ot cancelling Or
it least postponing tho fulfillment,ot
future contract^ in exchange, insnr
enco companies continued to ask $10,
000 per million and .even then rejected
some risks, It was declared. The
Whole question of gold exports took on
? nW:phase wfoen it became known
that ships ot the English, Gorman and
French lines w0uld .be pressed into
?service of their respectivo goverh
ftnents In case ot hostilities. . '
AU, problems arising from the status
of cali loans were solved when ft be
came known that loans of dat-iihsr
act?r ma43V>?fore the clostng\m'-the'
1 stock exctinnge, hold o ve rv a tom oil
ITS ONE OVER . . . .Essanay
lg G. M. nderson.
-OMAT. . .Essanay
, all dressed up like a horse, calls on Sophie.
,. . ..t'". . Vitagraph
in the lead.
ST PLACE IN ANDERDON
^^^^?ZT^O?I ? OF YOUR_I_^^?
?g/OWN IS A HOME ?NOEED ^T^?
Two good things
Qjw, North Anderson has done ^^?^
ff??fel for Anderson-- . j[l
Fgjn< o HES .see .T^Zz^^S
It has given the young men
of Anderson an opportunity
.- of owning homes in a most \
. desirable neighborhood-at.
a modest cost. )
It has relieved in a measure
the scarcity of houses for
rent, thus giving the new
comer a chance to get a
place to live.
?MANY NEW HOMES
NOW BEING BUILT
I West End Portion of City Is Rap.
idly Becoming a little City
.Marked progress is to be seen or.
every hand in Anderson and building
activity ls by no means confined to the
business district of the city. In all
parts of the city new homes are now
going up and houses appear, almost
ayer night, where none formerly stood.
The city ls not on n boom, but ls
making steady progress ahead and
tho population ls increasing at a very
.Those who have been all over the
cjty within the past few days say that
one of .the most interesting portions
of the city ls West Ecnd. This part
of Anderson was practically nothing
but a waste spot until the laud was
?Ought some time ago by tho Ander
son Real Ectat?- and Investment Co.,
and they paid for the land exactly ten
times what lt brought ten ?years ago
and cut lt up loto SO lots and then be
gan to im pro ce Itt'! Since that timo,
they have sold 26 of the lots and now
steht houses have been erected und
m?e In course of construction. By r?a
son a? their selling method the com
pany 'isa enabled many a man to own
his 01 m home.
Th bi is merely one portion Of pro
gressive Anderson; Dosen s of other
sections are makins; equally as rapid
progress-and if tho present growth
continues, Anderson will be ? city of
40,000 population within the next five
years. . ; . . ..... ; ,
"Stay.at-Home* Sufferers of Hay Fev
er and Asthma-Get a 'Bottle of Fo
ley's Hetty and Tar Compound
. Restful sleep, relief and comfort
from choking, gasping asthma and
tormenting, hay fever for those who
take Foloy'a Honey and Tar. And be
sides, it spreads a healing .soothing
coating as it glides down a raw, tick
ling throat, stops irrltaUng coughs
and summor colds. Doa't Buffer when
you Scan ruy relief tor so JttUe
Remember the name-Fogy's
and Tar. Compound and refuse
lutes. . Evana- Pharmacy, asenta.
THE ANGEL OF CONTENTION- \
MajesUc. A two reel western drama
of devotion and gratitude.. .
OUR MUTUAL GIRL
Reliance. Thia ls ono of the best
of .the series.. 5!
TWO OTH45B REELS TO BE SE*
LECTED. . ./ -, .
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Anderson Paint*& Color
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