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store for the young
man or woman who
N>sternal Icnlly lays
aside a part of their
wages every pay day.
Systematic Having ls
a great factor In build
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TODAY'S PROGRAM (j
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"THE THREE TWINS"
Also Special Clog Dancing Features.
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A LEAF FROM THE PAST.Lubin
Special Two Reel Feature
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* ELECTRIC CIT
* Items of Interest and Person
* Wireless on the Si
Mr Lipon Will
The usual evening service will take
place this afternoon at St Tohn'a
Methodist church The pastor of this
church ls out of the city hut the ser
vices will bo conducted by It S Lig?n
and a corlad invitation is extended to
the public to attend
Is Taking Vacation.
Rev. and Mrs. John W. Speako
and children left yesterday morning
for Klnards, where they will spend
the remainder nf August Mr Speake
ls pastor of St John's Methodist
church and hus been granted a vaca
tion by the trustees and congregation
ot that church
Little Girl Had
Mary Ulmer the little daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Ulmer, met with
a very unfortunate accident on lait
Saturday night when she fell out of
and broke her collarbone. As soon
ns possible medical assistance was
summoned and now the little girl
is said to be Improving.
Alleging that he Buffered severo
and permanent Injury to his leg when
In the employ of Ute Anderson Ma
chine and Foundary Compnay, P. A.
McSwaln flied suit through attorney,
J. El Bogg? against the Anderson
Machine and Foundry Company. He
asks for damages tn the sum of $5.
000. alleging that a piece of machin
ery broke and struck him. doing him
To Hold Meeting
A series pt meetings will begin at
the Varrennes church on Monday ev
ening, August 17; the first service
beginning at 8 o'clock These servi
ces will be conducted by Rev. J. C.
Balley and those who know of Mr.
Hailey's ability feel sure that a large
audience will hear his flrat sermon
and the attendance promises to be
good througtout the entire week.
Clerk of Court
Named a Relegate. ,*
James N. Pearman clerk of court
of Anderson county, yesterday recelv.
ed a telegram from Governor iliense
appraising him of the fact that the
governor had appointed him as ono of
the delegates from the State at large
to attend tho Southern Cotton Con
gress which will convene In Washing
ton tomorrow. Mr. Pearman will no
doubt accopt and make tho trip.
??Old FuSks" To
Have A Singing.
Tho people of tho V?rennos sec
? have struck on avery happy Idea
. and next Friday will hold what they
. term "an bid folk's singing." ? The
. singing will begin at 10 o'ekx * <*vnd a
I c-.rd'al Invitation has been *. oded
? tht public to attend. The . .sket
: dinner yin take place at noo.. and
following that copies of the old song
booka will be offered for.sale. The
older people of the Va rennes aeetion
are much , interested in the, idea and
wilt probably enjoy, the day.' -
Y SPARKLETS *
al Mention Caught Over the *
treets of Anderson *
Kew Stor* I?
Noon to Open.
Tho grocery firm of J. T. McCown
Son? will Hoon be read to launch out
In the local Held. This firm will be
composed of Mortimer McCown and
Major McCown and will handle a
complete and up-to-date line of heavy
and fancy groceries. The establish
ment will be located in the new Brown
building and will be one of the -nic
est grocery stores In the city.
For Next Court.
Tho next term of the court of gen
eral sessions for Anderson county
will be known as the fall term and
will convene on September 7, which
IB the month of September. This day
is Labor Day and is generally sup
posed to be a legal holiday but it is
not presumed that any change will be
made in the court dates on. this ac
count. The clerk of court will draw
the Jury for the term of court on Aug
In Anderdon County.
J. B. Felton, county superintendent
of education, says he has an oppor
tunity to Investigate school conditions
in all parts of the county during his
campaign and he flndB that things
are now in better shape with the rur
al schools of the county than they
have ever been before. The people in
the country are making decidedly
more progreaB, from an educational
standpoint, than are the people in the
town. If one is to Judge from the in
terest they take in things pertaining
On the P. & N.
When the chair cars are placed in
service on the Piedmont & Northern
line railway which will bc before
.' September 1 according to the latest
annoucements, an express schedule
between this city! and Spartanburg
and Greenwood will go into effect.
Although no announcement has been
made to thia effect, lt is understood
that the train leaving Anderson at
4:60 P. M., will carry a chair car iud
will stop only at the principle sta
tions along' the line. The running
time will bo somewhat reduced and
the n^v; service will embie Anderson
people to ride on trains fully as good
as the express trains of tho trunk
Saw Funeral Train.
Several people of Anderson were
In Greenville yesterday morning and
went to tile Southern railway station
to see the train bearing the body of
Mrs. Woodrow Wilson from Wash
ington to Rome, Ga., pass through the
city. The funeral train was run as
firt 29* over the Southern system
and reached Greenville on time to tho
minute at 7:10 o'clock. A number of
handsome floral pieces had been sent
down to the station and a large num.
. ber ot people were there. It is said
that the train carried one baggage
car entirely' Ailed with flowers, and
that enough flowers sufficient to AU
another car had to be left in Wash
On Excursion Trip.
A splendid Pullman rar, "^.e Ad
rlanople" was sent to Anderson yes
terday and is now parked in the
yards of the Blue Ridge Railway and
awaiting the start this afternoon for
Washington. The? Pullman car has .
been sent to Anderson, for the excur
s'on trip and will he occupied en
tlrely by Anderson people. It la es
timated that over BO people will leave
Anderson thia afternoon for Wash
ington. The train will leave here at,
2*?5 p. m., and Will reach Greenville
i in time for the car to be attached to
?train No. 38, which will arrlve.fin
'Washington at-6:80 tomorrow morn,?*
lng. Returning. the excursionists
will be divided and will not . conbar
back together. The excursion tick-1
et? are good until August 30 and j
many of the tourists will visit other
po'o ts before returning to Anderson.
Appreciate Now .
What They Lost
Since the gasebsll games in the
Piedmont league have been transfer
red from Anderson to other towns
in this section, it would appear that i
the fans of Min city are becoming
aware of what they lost. A number !
of .inquiries have been received at the j
office of The Intelligencer as to when
the team is coming home and it is
believed tbe attendance will he con
siderably better h?re if the manage
agement can arrange to bring the ag
gregation back. Manager McColl has
improved the team to a very large ex
tenu and has succeeded in getting- to
gether a splendid team. The Ander
son fans will be glad to know that
Catcher Weills. seen in action here
with the Gaffney team, bas been sign
ed by the locals.
Since the War Game.
Evidently realizing that the Euro
pean war will cause, provisions to be
very scare in this part of the country
OwenB Williams and Frank Bona
parte, both negroes, broke into the
smoke house of W. H. Martin in the
upper edge of Anderson county, and
when captured by Mr. Martin and his
sons the negroes were loaded down
with hams and other choice selections
of meat. Mr. Martin telephoned to
Deputy Sheriff Sanders' and that of
ficial drove 20 miles to Mr. Martin's
home and returned with the negroes'.
They are now sustaining life on the
late of the county Jab which does hot
ciii for country cured ham on the
HIGH RECORD MADE.
New York. Au&>vll,-r-The sugar
market continued to soar today and
new high records were made In both
raw and refined. Sales of Cubas oc
curred at 4 l!?al-4, basis 96 cents
test. Centrifugal euualled 5.14 and 5.2?
duty paid. Pine granulated was ad
vanced to six cent?, by some refiners
and to 6 1-2 cents by others With sales
of RO.ooo bigs reported to the
United Kingdom. The . domestic de
mand ls also large and . withdrawals
are very heavy with some of the refin
ers already behind On the orders.
W. T. Greene, Hopklnton, N. H.,
wrltea the following (letter which will
interest evedy one .who haa kidney
trouble: "For over a year Mrs.'Greene
hod been afflicted with a very stub
born kidney trouble. , An operation
waa advised. This I would not con-j
sent to. Foley's Kidney Pills done
moro to complete' her recovery tty?
any medicine she has taken ?nd I feel
lt. my duty to recommend Foley Kid
ney Pills to all who may need kidney
medicine." They are tonic tn. action,
quick to give good, results.-Evan s
BUY A HOWARD WATCH
and never be bothered with watch trouble.
The first cost is the last cost.
Marchbanks & Gabbi
North Main Street Jewelers. .
'Just as much depends on the way your
prescription is filled as upon the merit of
th" prescription itself.
Pure fresh drugs and absolute accuracy
are what you want. Bring your prescrip
Owl Drug Company
Anderson, S. C.
F ARMFUL OWP IT to Set together and talk with each
? ra\l?lCEW ll other> 8lnce the boll weevll Ja fuat op.
TO THEMSELVE^* proachlng und we must learn how to
- ' Please publish thia letter In order
? tnat your farmer readers may ba re.
To Attend the Institutes and Hear minded of the Importance of the in
T"?_J mm*m ftliMM. e.m. stltutes In his county. 1 wish, every
trained IW?n Discuss Some farmer who reads this would consider
Interesting Questions blmBel personally Invited and would
, also Invite his neighbors to attend
the meeting nearest to them.- The
meetings are for the farmers. Let the
Clemson college will send out a formers be for the meetings.
number of trained men to talk to the| -
farmers through the remained of the SAVING PEACHES
summer. There will be three farmers'! _ _ ,. a
institutes heid in this county, and I* OR S 1 A 1 SL I* AIR
there will be good wholesome instruc- _
tlon at each and every one. ---. .
On the 15th there will be an ins ti- Several Crates Have Been Sent
tute at Three and TwentySchool _ _ . .. . _
House; on the 26th in the city: of An- T? Columbia to be Placed
derson in connection with the Trades ?_ e?I fW?!???
Day for August and on the 27th, at In S*0***? Ulltfl October
Long Branch. The speakers will bo _
W. W. Long, farm demonstrator for
the state of South Carolina; W. H. Probably the prettiest peaches
Barton, who will talk on the subject; ever raised in Andersons county loft
bf vetch; A. F. Conrad!, who will dis-?this city yesterday by 'express fori
cuss Insects; and C. C. Newman, who.Columbia. These peaches will bel
aili talk of horticulture. Prof. H. w. placed in the cold storage plant of
arre, the entomologist, may' also be Armour & Company, 'in Columbia, and
with Uie party. there they will be brought out and
W. W. Long, the state demonstra- exhibited at the South Carolina Stato
tlon agent, haa written The Intellf- Fair in the exhibition contests. An
gencer as follows, with referenco to derson folks are confident that these
the meetings In this county: peaches will win one of the ' first
We realize that the many campaign prizes. 'They were ' raised by Joe
meetings which are being held Iff the Dothlt and are of the Elberta v?
state arc taking up much of the farm- rlety. The fruit was seen yesterday hy
era" time and we think it only right dozens of Anderson people and wlfh
that the farmers should attend all br out exception they pronounced them
their campaign meetings.1' At the same perfect.
time, we would direct' the attention Talking df the peaches. J, W. Halh
of your readers to the fact, that the rook, county demonstration, agent, said
farmers' institutes which are soon to that three or tour other shipments
be held In your county must also have bave preceded this one nd they "sro
their attendance, no matter how many already In cold storage. Mr. Ix>tbrock
other meetings they may have had to remarked that lt was worthy of note
go to before. '., thst the trees on which these peaches
Clemson college has gone to much grew were sprayed both before and
labor and expense to Send out these after blooming and the fact that the
institute parties. Never In the history specimens were so fine might be tue
of the college have such competent to this treatment.'
and mature men been sent to the. far- ------'-- .
mers. Everything that .they will sa* PROCEEDINGS WILL STOP.
hss been carefully worked out jarM --. .
designed with the view of giving thc New Haves Directors Hare Agreed io
most practical help to the farmers a Peaceable Dissolut I m of
of South Carolina. i the System.
I believe that the fanners of the Washington, Aug. ll.-Attorney
state owe it to themselves to attend General MoReynolds received - -worn
these Institute meetings, One of these tonight from New York that tho direo
meetlngs has frequently been worth tors of the Now. Haven i road i.rvo
hundreds of dollars to a farmer wh ! agreed to hie terms .for a peaceful
p.ttonded them. The time ls' 'cape- dissolution of tho system. Which will
dally opportune for the farmers and put an ind to '.he court proceed'ngs
the agricultural experts of the. state begun there several weeks, ago.
CLERISE, GROGAN RUO In n do
lightiul musical ucl thai hus created
lots of tulk from all who have aeon
tua blind plano player work.
LOVE ANO LUNCH
Sterling. A 2 reel comedy with
Ford Sterling that will make you
laugh for thirty solid ni in ul es. lt ls
a Kcrcu.ni from start to finish.
AT THE FOOT OF THE STAIRS
Rex. The story of a crook with
Bob Lennard and Ella Hall.
FOURTH REEL TO BE SELECTED
Coming tomorrow "Buster Royle
Trio" In vaudeville.. Fun from start
to finish< An entirely new act
with every Hiing from comedy to mu
MABEL'S NEW JOlv -
Keystone-A two reel Keystone
comedy that's great.
THE ONLY CLUE
Gne part drama of a man who re
THE ?REA PEARL
Lu bin-A fine drama.
THE STOLEN CLAIM
Melles-A Story of a man tn a
wild MUI primitive land
THE ATTORNEY FOR THE DE
...Kalem-The atory of a woman law
TEE MILLION DOLLAR MYSTERY
6 BIG REELS-lOc
Phone 671 Phone 27
Bleckley & Heard
ifj UNDERTAKERS ,
S i 17 E. Wminer st.
in Answers all calls day or night.
I Phone 269.
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There io a Paint, Varnish, Ena
mel or Stain for every purpose,
and we have it. Free informa
tion about painting at our
A&dersor. Paint 6 Color
BlecMey Bldg. Phono 647
We will move about Sept 1st
to Watson-Van diver Bul?dLW
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How . Te Cw? a. Sprain,
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