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A $6.00 pair of Trousers with your order tor a Suit or Overcoat. Special Sale lasts
One Week Only. Don't miss this opportunity. Satisfaction in Fit, Quality and Work
manship absolutely guaranteed. : : : : : : : : : :
Sale begins Saturday morning, October 17, and ends Saturday evening, October 24
COLUMBIA TAILORING CO.
F. M. UNGER, Mgr- 122 W. Whitner St. "BILL" DEAN, Asst. Mgr.
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EUECTRIC CITY SPARKLETS
Item? of Interest and Personal Mention Caught Over the
Wireless on the Streets of Anderson
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Former Residents
Celebrate Wed dim;.
Numerous hand ?um*) proBentB lui
Anderson yesterday for Reverend and
Mrs. D. VA Keller, w!?o arc to cele
brate their crystal wedding next week
?Tho festivities will tako plucc at thc
home or Kev. and Mrs.Kcller, in Co
lumbia, 1104 Green street, and it is
probable that a number of Anderson
people will attend. Mr. and Mrs. Kel
ler once mado their homo In this city
aud they bave many friend H in Ander
ten.
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Opening In
SU F. D. Service.
A notice was issued in Anderson
yesterday to tho efect that an erami
m.nco for rural carrier will be held
in Ai demon on November 14 of this
.to S!l the position of rural car
l Iva, route 2. Tb 1B volition
WM recently made vacant and thc op
portunity fer securing ta? place ?s
now open to 6very man lu Anderson
county. Thc examination is to be
held In tho local postoffico ...KI it is
understood that there will be a.num
ber of applicants for tho position.
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A ii mm) Meeting
Of I.'ii s ('?nipan}.
The annual meeting of the Anderson
(las Company took place yesterday
morning in offices of Hood ft Sulli
van. At this meeting the stockhold
ers heard of the condition of the com
pany and expressed themselves as veli
pleased. Thc officers of thu concern
will bo elected at ? meeting of the
directors to bc held in Philadelphia
within the next few days.
Anderson at
The State Fair.
Prognostications are being heard
from all over the State to the effect
that the South Carolina Fair this
year will not bo up to the standard,
and it is possible that this is true,
but if lt is it will be through no faull!
of Dudley A. Heed, of Martin town
ship. Mr, Reed, will have five ex
hibits of agricultural products at the
t^alr and ho has already forwarded
theso to Columbia. Th?": Idea that thc
Fail will not bo su cood this year hap
grown out of the fact that a number of
prizes have been eliminated.
Double Springs
School lo Open.
Ono of the speakers scheduled to j
appear at the opening of the Roberts
school tomorrow w?a J. B. Felton, I
county superintendent of education,!
hut Mr. Felton announced yesterday I
that he would not be able to appear at
the Roberts school because of the fact
that he had a previous engagement at
Double Springs icbool. Some weeks
ago Mr. Felton p/omlsed the teachers
of the latter lnatliuttos that he would
come there for the opening dato and
h > ill therefore have to forego the
1 'es ?uro of vlsitng Roberts school to
I narrow. A majority o" the county
! reboots in Anderson are now open, but
the six and seven months schools will
not open for another week and a fort
night will elapse before all of them
will be open.
Commltte Is to
Meet October SC*
An Important meettnsr of the Agri
cultural Committee of the Auderson
chamber of commerce ?s scheduled io
take place on October 20 and lt is im
portant that every member of this com
mittee be present. Just at this time
there ls no committee of the local
trades body wlUi a more important
duty te perform than has the agricul
tura', committee and the secretary of
tho chamber of commerce ls anxious
1
'tfr?UEAVSS .Afr
6 Uk ? T.\% l>.e1ai? J3
The "MOMENT"
$3.00
DARK BLUE WITH
PEARL BAND
ll M
LIKE IT ?
Chuck full of "pep."
Came to us by express
Saturday.
It's the real new Hat that is being
worn today on Fifth Avenue.
Now's the time to get yours while
your size is here.
We sell this Hat for $3.00* worth
more.
PARKER & BOLT
The One-Price Clothiers.
that every member or the committee fl
be present when the meeting is call ld ?
to order. b
Veteran Has n f<
Beminder of War. b
One of the most interesting talker." c
among the veterans of the War FU;- s
tween the States, living in Anderson, c
is B. L. Barnett, who lives in this r
city. Mr. Barnett talked for awhile c
yesterday morning to a reporter foi f
?The intelligencer and he says that ac- v
countu of the European war remind
him strongly o ftho Cr.vll War. When .'
askeJ by a reporter lor The Intelli
gencer as to whether or not any such
battle lines were ever formed during {
tba Civil War as those to be seen 1
now in thc foreign countries Mr. Bar- a
nt?tt said that people working for The d
Intelligencer should read history a lit- a
tie closer and pointed to the fact that 1
the Confederate army once had a bat- 1
tie linc of more than 30 miles drawn 1
up before Richmond.
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To Be Wedded f
At Ware Shoal?. [
Invitations were received in Ander
son yesterday to tho marriage of Miss '
Lila Perrin Cobb to J. Eugene Eliot, J
vhich villi be a social event of Octo
ber 28 in. Ware Shoals. The cere- i
mory is io take place In that place at I ^
7:'JO o'clock and will be attended by a
number of people from this city. The
bride is thc daughter of Mr. and Mrs. (
William Carroll Cobb, while the groom
is superintendent of the Ware Shoals '
Manufacturing Company. They both ?
have a number of friends in this city. *
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Kress Company G
Well Pleased. < 8
Those In charge of the formal open- i
?Hg ot the pr?sn Oomoany'a new store
in Anderson said* last night that they j
were more than pleased with the busi
ness done by the store for its first
day One nf the men ?ont to Ander- j
son from the factory told a reporter e
for The Intelligencer that he was hon- f
estly h trprlaed jy the number of vis- ('
itors coming to the store Friday and e
that he was still more surprised when \
business opened up like it did Satur- ]
day. The manager of the new store is j
well pleased over the prospects for (
this city. f
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To Delay Purchase ,
Of New AparatuH.
In sneaking to a reporter for The In
telligencer, one member of the fire ,
committee'of the Anderson city coun
cil snid yesterday that he realized as \
well ns does any property owner in the .
city that Anderson needs more and ?
better fire equipment, but that person- .
ally ho was ooposed to the purchase .
of a fire engine just at this time. The
councilman said that he would be will
ing to lend his aid and to assist in ,
buying a new engine for this city Just (
as soon as'tho city bas money enough (
in sight tc pay for the machinery, but
that at present he considers such a ,
step out of the question.
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Chantres Oo ,
Toto Kffcct. 1
The new schedule on the Blue Ridge
railway will go Into effect today and ,
passengers traveling along that line \
wil do wall to refer to the new fig- ,
ures before they start out today oa (
any expedition. The new schedules j
make a number of changes in the time i
ot arrival < and departure of trains'at ]
certain points. Elsewhere In thia ls- j
sue of The Intelligencer will be found i
the complete schedule. <
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Cotton Remained i
at Old Price. i
There ima no chango yesterday. In l
the-local price offered for cotton, but 1
probably moro of the fleecy staple was >
brought to Anderson yesterday and 1
sold than han been Ute case for the 1
last several ?taya. Anderson buyers 1
were offering only ft 1-2 cents, hui this
proved to be enough for many of those
farmers bringing their cotton to town.
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Magistrale HM
A Ba?? gesslen.
A number of oases appeared y eater- ,
dior on MagUtrate Broadwell's docket ,
and had he tried them all the netter t
part of Saturday would have been con- (
sumed. However, for one reason and
another^*? of eases were post
poned and as n result only two trials
were had. G,us Say 1 ors was eonvictu?
of obtaining geoda under false rep
resentation and wrns sentenced to pay a
nc of $15 or to serve for 30 days,
'lille George Dees was convicted of
eating bis board bil! and was aen
?nced to pay a fine of $10 or to serve
jr 20 days. The following cases are
i be called Monday in Mr. Brcadwell'e
ourt: John Arnold, charged with as
ault and battery; Luther Groves,
harged with assault and battery; Ma
ia roberta and Bowman Roberts,
harged with obtainng go " under
also pretenses; Tom W' irgcd
kith being drunk and dit . 'i ..
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knottier Has
Joined Hunds.
The latest addition to thc "i'so More
'otton" fraternity ls the Colton Pred
icts Refining Company, ol New York,
.ccording to a letater received yester
lay by A. F.Feutchenberg's bakery. In
i letter to this well known local firm
he milling company Bct3 forth that
hey have decided to ship, from this
imo on, all of their products in cotton
tags instead of jute. They desire to
end some material assistance to the
armer and at tho sanie time they ex
iect the goods to be delivered in bet
er shape than heretofore. The de
:tsion of this one company will mean
hat about 17.000 bales of cotton will
ie used there, amounting to approxl
nately $1,000,000.
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VIII Ordain
Deacons Tod*?y.
Rev. Mike McGee, of Honca Path, ona
if the best known and oldest Baptist
?reachers in this section of the State,
viii preach today at ll a. m. at the
second Baptist church. Mr. McGee
viii attract, a large audience and lm
o ed int ?ly after the conclusion of the
er mon the following will be ordained
is deacons: W. C. Austin, F. L. Camp
ion and W. E. Smith.
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fr. and Mrs. Mann
Here Yesterday. .
Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Mann, of tho
Scale's Creek ncctinn. \rcre in. A "Ailer
on yesterday morning, en route to
ill Mr. Mann's appointment? for Sim
lay. They announced that they would
ipend the first part of the coming
veek with friends and relatives in Wll
iamston and Pelzer. Both Mr. and
dra. Mann enjoy a large circle'of ac
luaintances in Anderson and visits
rom them are always welcomed.
lr* Hall's Coming
Is Very Interesting-,
People in all sections of South
Anderson county are interested in the
innouncement that Di. Edwin Hall
a to deliver several lecturea In dli
?rent sections of the county during
be coming week. Dr. Hall la safa to
furnish 80 laughs in TO minutes and
te Bays that he can. tell the people of
Anderson more about how to "Get Mar
bled and Stay So" than they ever knew
>etore. He has spoken at practically
?very college In the South and almost
?very State in the Union knows him
ind keeps a welcome always reucy for
lim. He will attract good crowds
whenever he speaks in Anderson.
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Louisville Maa
Is VlxUing Here.,
B. Harria Todd,- an Anderson i boy
ivho has made, good in the railroad
melness, ia spending today In Ander
lon with hie mother. Mr. Todd start
id in Anderson with the Southern
tollway, later went to Columbia, then
o \yashington and is noa located la
Louisville. Ky., where he la division
passenger agent ot the Southern rail
road. Mr. Todd had not been to An
lerson In some time and he said that
ie was absolutely surprised at the
nany Improvements and changes
.vhich have been made in the appear
ince ?of the etty since he was last here,
flo will spen ? today In the etty and
?hen he leaves tomorrow for his home
ie will be accompanied' by hta mother,
ara. Janie Todd, who wilt spend the
Vinter with him In St Louis. 1
German Destroyers Saafc.
LONDON, Oct IT.-Tba secretary
?f the British admlraiity announces
hat the British light cruiser Undaunt
ed, accompanied by the torpedo boat
lea.troyera Lance. Lennox, Legten and
-oyal, engaged four Ge. man torpedo
?oat destroyers off the Dutch coast
his afternoon. All ot the Germ?n des
royera were sank.
-.Mains! Meov
It is in mea as 1* soils where sosa?
times thara fc? a rain of sold which the
.waa? knowe art of.-Swift
Mr. Manning
WAI Probably Come to Anderson
County to Attend the Fair at
Belton.
Belton admirers of Governor-elect
Richard I. Manning of Sumpter, sent
p telegram to Mr. Manning a rev days
ago asking if he sould possibly manage
to get away from his duties on Wed
nesday next and come to Belton for
the Fifth aunual Fair. In reply to the
telegram Mr. Manning has written to
Belton saying that he will be pleas
ed to como'to Belton oe that date if it
is possible and he believes that he can
arrange to do so. Mr. Manning pointe
out that his duties just at this time are
so exacting that he cannot forsee for
many days what may take place but
he believes that he can arrange to be
in attendance at the Fair.
He concludes his letter by saying
that nothing would give him more real
genuine pleasure than coming to An
derson county.
No Important Events.
LONDON. Oct. 17.-An official state
ment issued from the German general
headquarters today says that in the
French theatre of war there have been
no important events according to a
Berlin dispatch to the Reuter Tele
gram Companyj. received by way of
Amsterdam
"In the province of Su walkt," the
statement add6, "the Russians yester
day were inactive. A .number of pris
oners were captured near Schlrwindt
and some guns were taken. The bat
tles near and south of Warsaw con
tinue."
You can get the news, while its new
^in The Morning Daily Intelligencer. . .
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This ts the host real estate
Ad weVe erer seen,
The best-way to get. wealth is
to get at the source of wealth.
And the source of all wealth is
property.
You can't acquire wealth by
working for. a salary. Nobody
ever did.
You've got to make invest
You've got to make safe in
vestments.
. And the unly absolutely aale
fnve*tm?nt is property,-the eat :h -
itself.
lt grows in value all the TIME.
It increases day and night, it
never stops.
So long as babies heep on be
ing bom it never can stop.
If you want to be on the win
ning afafe you've got to be on the
owning side.
You know this. Everybody
knows it. So act upon it~~
NOW."
Yea, Buy a
Home fa North Anderson,
Es9

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