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With The Ch
Ladle* Aid Society.
Th? 1 julien Aid Society of the First
Baptist church rael with Mrs. ("burilo
Sullivan Tuesday afternoon. We har!
a solo by Mrs. Vines which was en
joyed very much and aller our busi
ness meeting we enjoyed several mus
ical sulen||ionR from Mrs. C. ,S. Sulli
van. We were certainly ?lad to have
Mrs. Ellis to Join with us at the close
of the progrum. The hostess assisted
by Mrs. Will Sullivan served delicious
The next meeting will be held at
the church in March.
Delightful Meeting of The Aid rio.
The Ladies Aid Society of the First
Presbyterian held a delightful meet
ing on Monday afternoon with Mrs.
Cl. M. Chennult and Mrs. Eugene Wnt
kins at their handsome home on
South Main street. Besides a large
attendance of members there wer?? u
number of visitors present and the
meeting was a most delightful one.
Mrs. F. M. Harnett gang a beautiful
solo, and Mrs. Charles Spearman
'played several pretty instrumental
selections. The nfternoon was almost
entirely a social one, very little busi
ness being attended, and the ladles
fully enjoyed being together In this
delightful social manner. The attrac
tive hostess served an elegant two
The Philathea class of the Central
Presbyterian church held their
monthly meeting with Miss Eva May
field on Thursday evening. After the
business was finished thc class spent
a very pleasant social hour writing
original Valentines and a guessing
contest The house was beautifully
decorated with hearts and cupidB. The
hctess oerved a delicious salud
course with coffee.
The foreign department of the mis
sionary society of the Central Pres
byterian church held fhelr monthly
meeting last Monday afternoon. The
THE MAGIC MIRROR
: AP QUEEN
GRACE CUNARD AND
Gol? Seal - Keel Orejgg
DOROTHY PHILLIPS AND
.2 Beef Drama Eclair
f?WHE?N EDDIE TOOK
"THE MEASURE OF A
PAULINE BUSH AND WM.
8 Beet Sex Drama
4 MERRY MARY'S
A Famous LEO Comedy
"THE MASTER KEY"
Imp 3 Beel Drama
"AFTER HER MIL
8 Reel 1YK0 Comedy
4 3 affected reels wi?td each day,
SfetEiot; fi bia; reels earn ?ky.
B 8 7.
subject was: "Tho New Fra In the
Near Kam." Thu society held prayer
meeting each afternoon during tue
week conducted by different members.
Dr. Davis a returned missionary from
Japan gave UH a very interesting and
instructive talk on that country.
The home department of the mis
sionary soch ty of the Central Pres
byterian church Sill meet next Mun
day afternoon at 4 o'clock ut thc
.Miss iiruck Entertain* the Senior
Last Wednesday afternoon, MIHH Al
berta Brock, at har beautiful home on
S. McDufBo, delightfully entertained
the Senior Philathea elliss of the Hap
thu church, of which Mr. J. A. Brock \
I* the efficient teacher. There were
over elgthy of the members of this ,
large class in attendance! and the af- ,
ternoon was thoroughly enjoyed by
each one present. This first meeting :
of th* cluss on a week day, tho
monthly week day business and social
feature having Jun! been Inaugurated i
since the beginning of the year, was ?
a decided success from every stand- ?
point. Much of tho pleasure of the
evening was due to rho gracious hos
tess who welcomes ull with cordiality,
and dispensed hospitality with ease ;
and ?ra?-e. Mrs. D. C. Brown, pr? si- |
dent, presided over the business meet- ;
lng. at which Miss Daisy Duckworth, .
us treasurer, reported the financial i
standing of the class; Mrs. Fred Trib
hle, chairman of the financial coln- t
mtttee, reported that the requited ;
amount for the young lady the class j
is helping In Andor.mn Coll?ge?, had <
been pledge". ; and Mrs. Frank Bop. j
chairman of the attendance commit- \
tee, und Miss Charlotte Parks, se?- ,
retary and chairman of the attend- (
ance committee, reported f<Vr their \
committees. After the business set- .
sion, a short musicnl program was ;
rendtered by members of the class, .
among the numbers being Bongs by t
Mrs. Hugh Fitzgerald, Mrs. James ?
Craig, Mrs. Ernest JohnBot: as.. <^.:?.
O. W. Chambers; and several violin (
:-.elections by Mrs. Chambers. Little i
Miss Theodosia Brock song very i
pweetly and prettily, also. Delightful j.
refreshments of tea, mints, and san- \
wlches were Berved In the cupid-and- i
heart embowered dining room. I
MKS. W. A. HUIJGENS, Editor K
Phono 37. 1
Miss Eugenia Wright of Hones Path \
ls the guest of friends here. j
Miss Lucia Archer hos gone f,c At- 1
lan** and Jacksonville to visit friends.
Rosa Hill ( lah,
Tuesday will be card afternoon at
thc KOBO Hill Club and several tables
mve been arranged.
Hr. Lewis and His Bride Here.
Dr. and otra. W. K. Lewis arrived
in tho city yesterday to be the guests
>f Dr. Lewis' parents, Mr. and Mrs.
I. B. Lewis on South Main Street,
br. Lewis was married to Miss May
tVlford and they are on their way to
Columbia whare Dr. Lewin la located. 1
Dr. Lewis ls an old Anderson boy 0
ind has many friends beru who are 8
lellghted to see him and his bride. I
The Palmetto Chapter U. D. C. will c
neel on Tuesday afternoon at half 0
past three with Miss Bessie Major. J
Colonial Tea. / 1
Thc ladles pf the Aid Society of St.
lohn's Methodist church will ente*.- '
iain Uie ladles of the church at a I
Colonial Tea on Monday afternoon. Jj
February 22nd, from 4 to 6. lt will .
bc given in thc room In the basement 5
3f the church which will bo prettily c
loco ru ted for thc occasion and all the *
ladles will wear colonial costumes. I
Delightful Sewing Party. *
Mrs. C. 8. Minor was tho attractive
hostess for a few friends at a delight- *
rut* little Informal Bewlng party yes
terday afternoon at her home on
Uiver street. The time was most 1
pleasantly spent chatting and sewing, j
and later a dainty .weet course was ?
served. Mrs. Minor's guests were:
Mrs. Carrie Patrick. Mrs. B. O. Evans, ?
Mrs, Rufus Fant. Mrs. Robert King, <
Mrs. Eula Dillingham, Mrs. George <
Evans, Mrs. A. G. Fret well, Mrs. Ray
mond Fretwell, Mrs. Arthur Holman. <
Mrs. Joe Bell, Mrs. Tu rm an Evans, '
Mrs. O. L. Martin. Mrs. H. O. Ander- <
son, Mrs Joe Evans, Mrs. John An- ?
derst.M. Mrr. Duff Murray, and Miss <
(Inderi! la. 1
The Paramount Theatre will show
Mary Pickford in tho eharm?nj?; mt's
play Clnderilla on Monday. February
22nd. It will bo a benefit performance
for tho Anderson College association
and the ladies' hope It will attract a j
large crowd. '
Prince of Tonight. <
Quite the most important social J
evfcnt for the coming week will be the ?
opening of the Anderson Theatre cn ?
Friday evening. Tho management <
hopes to make it a brilliant success,
rind Anderson's social set will doubt
less be Tully represented.
Mr. Alex J. Mc Bec, formerly of
Greenville, hut now of McAlcstor.
Oklahoma, was married on the fifth
of january to Miss Mauree Van Win
k'??.^Mt ronca dty. Oklshoraa. Tho!
marrfago waa a complete surprise to
Mr. MeB?e*s friends and relatives
here, and for some time they knew
nothing of lt Mr. McBee is associa
ted 'With the Pearson Oil company
at MeAlester, Okla.-Greenville News.
Fahllc Reception at Aadersea Theatre j
On Thursday afternoon from 9 to 10 j
t night the beautiful new Ami er
won Theatre will bc thrown open to
the public, und a general reception
will lie held.
TMIH is the handsomest theatre In
the State with the mont modern and
beautiful equipment, and every une
should avail themselves of this op
portunity to H?'.' lt. The management
extends a very cordial Invitation to
every one to attend this reception.
Hose HUI Ilanre.
A charming little informal dance
was given on Friday evening at the
Kose Hill flub, andr aa usual was a
most enjoyable occasion. Among
those present were Mr. and Mrs.
Swain Qilmsr, Mr. und Mrs. H. J.
Hamer, Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Farmer.
Mr. and Mrs. C. VV. fonsey, Mr. and
Mrs. Mond Anderson, Mr. and Mrs.
1). S. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. John W.
Linley, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Llgon,
Mr. ?uni Mrs. ... II, Godfrey. Mr.*. Al
bert Means, Mrs. Harry Orr. Mr. and
Mrs. John Sadler, Misses Susan Ar
nold, Vertier Ilalllwanger, Vina Pat
rick, Linda Thompson, Lorena Cun
nings, Wilma Polk. Johnson, Messrs.
Clyde Smith. T. P. Dickson, W. P.
Marshall, George Holeman,, St rake
Sullivan, I'hillo W?hlte, John Major,
Louis Ledbetter, Keys pilmer, and
Allie Harton. The music which was
unusually good wan furnished by ^llsa
dorrington, Messrs. Will McCauley
md llorsfal. . '
Responding to an invitation from
Sarah Louise Murphy about fifty of
MT friends guthered to eelebnue tho
St. Valentine's season. They were met
it the door by the little hostess who
>vas assisted by Marion Gray.
A Valentine postofflce was tho fen
ure of the afternoon'and Miss Hazel
Murphy, tho postmistress wus kept
jusy delivering the messages of
jupld to thc guests. Many games were
ilayed Indoors and outdoors. They
.vero then ushered Into the dining
.oom which was beautifully decorat
ed in red carnations, red cundios and i ?
marls and cupids. Dainty refresh- | ]
uents wero served by Misses Carolyn
ind Sarah McFall, Josephine O'Don
?cll and Hazey Murphy. The souv
inlrs were gilt arrows tied with red
The guests Invited were: Miases
leorgle Harris, Geraldine Trammel,
loverly Hails, Katharine Drown. Mary
'aget, Lucy Bell, Dorothy Sullivan,
daragaret Speake, Annie Elmore,
Virginia Frank, Dorothy Trlbble,
tutp Hombree, Claudia Osborne,
-ula llillhouse, Lois Penrman, Helen
dctiregor. Emma Major. Lucy Heard. ,
Elizabeth Russell. Lenin Tate, Caro-1,
Ine '..helton. Marlon Gray, Gladys I \
Uchardson, Annlo Earle Farmer, ,
reno Martin, Carolin?) Wllkey, Car-1,
dyn McFall, Margaret Hauks. Sarah
JcFall, Josephine O'Donnell, and
ifessrs. Jack McFall, Jack Crouther,
lasil Pruitt, Calvin Martin, Mason
Speer, Eugene Barton, Pressley
Itcole. Bewley Frlerson, Robert Lin- \
ey, Oscar Kinard, Guy Met 'own. Jim ,
dcCown, Aubrey McCown, LUCIUB ,
tlurphy, Hugh Edwards.
balling on Council to Order
Election on Bend Issue
Ready to Sign
Petitions calling upon city council
o order ad election on. tho question
if voting bonds not exceeding tho
mount of $100,000, to be used in the I t
lermanent improvement of the streets | j
if the city, will be placed In clrcu
atlon among the freeholders of. the
:lty on Tuesdav. As soon as a sutil
lent number of the freeholdersjhave | 1
ilgned the petition lt will be presented
o city council, and the election will
Property holders who are not living | i
n 'ho city can clip ont the petition
ninted below. They can affix their
ilguature to it and if it is malled to
?lr. E. R. Horton, chairman of the
itrc- ' pa. vulg commission, lt will
;oun; just tao same as If they affix
heir signature to tho regular printed
Thc petitions redd as follows:
State ot 'South Carolina.
City of Anderson..
To the Honorable City Council of the
City of Anderson, Soth Carolina:
We, the undersigned freeholders of
he city bf Anderson, South Carolina,
respectfully petition your honorable
To order a special election, submit
ing to the qualified voters of said
?lty substantially the following ques
Shall the City of Anderson issue
'tonds in the sam of not exceeding
?ne hundred thousand dollars ($100,
MO), the proceeds thereof to be used
lolely for tba permanent improvement
if public streets, or parts of asme, in
iaht city, where one-half the cost of
such improvements is paid by abutting
KILLED Bv 'wtiwai*
- - ------ -?
Negro" Con itt Slain at Greenville.
GREENVILLE, Feb. 12.-Kid
Davis, a negro convict, waa ahot and ;
Instantly killed early Friday morning j
by Policeman Geo. M. Myers, of the
iL renville police force. Tho poUce
man with ona of hi* companions saw I
? suspicious character w?ik!?r slo?ig ?
V?9 ot the street? of th? city. Myers
overtook the man who waa a "trusty"
m Ute county ?ung and who is said
lo have slipped away in order to see
some of his peeople in the city, in
tending to return to thc gang before
light. The nogro, according to the
policeman's Story, resisted arrest and
irawing a mxar slashed at the officer.
Myers fell backwars into a ditch
stray from the negro, firing twice ao
he toll. One bullet passed through
th? negro's body in the region of the
heart. The ??ncr streck In a lt
?ital placo. Policeman Myers was
admitted to hull this afternoon in tba
sam ot $1,500, application x having
been made to Judge Deo re. J, D.
Qllreath and J, D. Moe, \ht latter a
police sergeant,'signed the bond.
There were no eyewitnesses lo the
HEARD BY TEACHERS
r?ONTHLY MELTING YESTER
DAY LARGEST ATTENDED
Lecture by Prof. E. L. Hughes of
Greenville and one by Prof.
As had been confidently expected,
tho monthly meeting yesterday of the
Anderson County Teachers associa
tion was the largest attended of any
thut ha.; been held since the organi
zation was protected. AU sections of
the county and probably two-thirdH of
the school? were represented. Num
erous matters of particular interest
to teachers were discuaed by authori
ties whose reputation for efllclency is
well established in this section of
The devotional exercises of thc
meeting were conducted by the Rec.
W. C. Kirkland, editor of the Southern
Christian Advocate. Several delight*
Tul musical numbers were rendered
by Mrs. Earle and Mrs. Spearman.
One of the most delightful features
of the meeting was a lecture ou dem
onstration by Prof. E. L. Hughes, sup
erintendent of the city schools of
Greenville. Prof. Hughes is u genius
when it comes to fashioning various
Apparatus for use in the schhool room
He exhibited yesterday various maps,
charts and globes which he had made
a very low coBt. He showed how
these could be made hy any teachor,
who would devote a little time und
patience to the matter.
The principal address of the oc
casion was delivered by Prof. D. W.
Daniel of. Clemson College. Prof.
Daniel had uo set speech for the oc
casion, but gave un Informal, plain
ind practical talk on the subject of
.caching. The speaker discussed a
lumber of the problems that confront
.cachera and told how some of these
?ould be best solved. His talk was
i 'imful of Interest to the teachers
ind many helpful hints were thrown
>ut by this well known instructor.
Following Prof. Daniel's talk, a
ihort business session of the assocla
lon was held. Only matters of a
routine nature were transacted.
Delightful luncheon was served by
he young ladles of the domestic
icienre class of the high school, un
ter the direction of Miss Georgia
rVhat ia it? Subject of Address
at Men's Mass Meet
"What is Religion" is the subject ot
he address which Dr. Henry N.
Snyder, president ot Wofford College,
lt Spartanburg. will deliver at the
nen'e mass meeting to be held this
Afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the coun
ty court house.
Dr. Snyder is too well known in
Anderson for anything in the nature
of an' Introduction to be attempted
In these coumns. He ls recognized
ia ono ot the most finished speakers
in the South ttoday, as well as one
?I the most profound thinkers. His
message to the men of Anderson this
Afternoon will be one that will Huger
with bia hearers long after he has
The mass meeting ls open to all
men of Anderson, and any visitors
who may be in the city. The meeting
will be convened promptly at 3:30
AND CASTOR OIL
If croea, feverish, constipated,
give "California Syiv? of
Look back at your childhood days.
Remember thc "dose" mother insisted
on-castor oil, calomel, cathartics.
How you hated them, how .you fought
against taking them
With our children lt's different.
Mothers who cling to the old form ot
physic simply don't realise what they
da The ohldren's revolt ls well
founded. Their tender little "insider."
sro injured by them.
If your child's stomach, liver and
bowles need cleansing, give only deli
"Cs?i?cm?a Syrup cf Figs."* Its
action is positive, but gentle. "Millions
of mothers keep this harmless "fruit
laxative" handy; they know children
love to take lt; that lt nevar falls to
clean the liver and bowels and sweet
sn the stomac'., and that a teaspoon
ful given today saves a sick child to
morrow, j '
Ask your druggist for a 60-cent bot
tle of "California Syrup of Figs,"
which has full directions far babies,
children of all ages and for grown-upo
plainly on each botfje. Beware of
counterfeits sold here. See that it ia
made by "California Fig Syrup Com
pany." Refuse any other kind with
Bperinl to The Intelligencer.
SENECA, Feb. 13.-Prof. H. A. j
Smith and Miegea Morrison and Heid
and Humiitotn nf the Seneca Behool j
attended the regular monthly teach
er's meeting in Walhalla today.
Dr. E. C. Doyle made a business trip
to Walhalla Saturday.
licV, I. E. Wallace, pastor of tho
Presbyterian church here waa one of r
the speakers at the Fertilizer and
Economy meeting at Walhalla Satur
Mr. J. P. ?tribling of Richland s
a visitor to Seneca Thursday after
.Miss Jennings, who has been to
Baltimore ?*or medical treatment, is
back at home again and expects tu
assume her duties at the graded
school next Monday. Miss Fowler,
who hus been supplying for Miss
Jennings has returned tc her home at :
Reedsville. in Spartanburg county. |
Mrs. John Livingston, of South ?
Georgia, is visiting at the horne of Mr. !
W. K. Livingston for a few days.
Mrs. M. E. Coleman of Athens has 1
been in Seneca for several days look-1
lng arter her large farming Interest
near here. Her many frimdB are re-:
Jolced to see that she has greatly im- j
proved in health since sbc left here a
few months ago. <
Mrs. N. E. J. Sullivan died at the'
home of her son, W. N. Sullivan near
Cross Roads church, on February 3,'
la grippe and the infirmities' of age.1
She was the widow of the late D. B.
Sullivan, who died in Columbia dur
ing the Civil War. She was a daugh
ter of William Johnson of ^Laurens
county, who moved tb thia conf?ty in
1845. and settled on Rock Fork
Sam Jones the infant non of Mr. and
Mrs. S. J. labelle, died at their home
in this county Monday night.
Mrs. Rosa Hayes died in Anderson
on Thursday and waa buried at Shi-,
loh in this county Friday. Mrs. Hayes
waa the daughter of Mr. J. E. Fred
ericks of this county.
At the residence of Mr. T. M. Kel- |
ley, Tomasso, on last Monday, Miss
Mamie Lay and Mr. Strother Reece, '
were married', by the Re* G.. M. Wil
cox, pastor of Walhalla and Bethel
Mr. W. L. Harbin, Jr., has 'accept
ed the position ot telegraph operator
at Pendletton with the Blue Ridge .
company and entered upon his duties
? message was received in Seneca
Thursday morning announcing the
death of Mrs. M. S. Nimmons, in Chat
tanooga, Tenn., Wednesday night
Mrs.'Nimmons was a sister of Messrs.
"Bua" and Henry Lindsay, and Mrs.
H. if. Smith, of Seneca, and Mr. Nim
mons is a cousin of the Nimmons 1
brothers here. They were living at
Tryon. Ga., whero Mr. Nimmons had
charge of the Company Store. They
formerly lived st Willlaastoa, whero
Mr. Nimmons held a similar position
with the Willlauaston Cotton Mill
Mr. C. P. Mills of Westminister was I
a visitor in Seneca one day this
Mr. Mack Morgan was a business '
visitor in Seneca thig week. Mr. Mor- 1
gan had charge of J. D. Morgan's 1
store at Calhoun. 1
The fertilizer and economy meeting <
at Walhalla was attended by quito a I
gooa crowd of representative farmers '
from all sections of the county. A I
Don't let ignorance 01
benefits arid please
if there is a better
been accustomed to, y
the "Electric Way."
much Cheaper in the
There is not a corr
cannot clean with our
with your antiquated i
Germs kill more p
submarines, etc., of all
Cleaner gets rid of Mr
plish this very necessj
L& us "SHOWY*
it's what we claim, yo\
Judge. The price is <
IS YOUR KITCHE
The kitchen to the ho
the parlor; it is just as e
tractive kitchen as an at
kitchen is not attractive.
is needed. These Stove
burn least oil. No smol
let us show vou.
Anderson, S. C., Green>
number went up from Seneca and
Missea Irene and Izell Stone of the
Bounty Land section entertained
their friends at a alentlne party Fri
day night. Quite a large number
were present, and they had a Very
enjoyable time playing various games
until a late hour, when they were' In
vited Into the dining room where a
bonn ti ul supper was served.
(By AMOCUWI Fra?.)
MONTGOMERY, Ala.. Feb. 13.
Chancellor Chapman today granted
the State of Alabama a temporary In
junction restraining The Montgomery
Advertiser from carrying liquor ad
vertisements. This follows action
taken yesterday by Attorney General
Martin. The Advertiser announces
that it ls a caso to test the consti
tutionality of the newly passed Den
ion law, which prohibits the publi
cation of T quo ri advertisements ih
papers circulating in the State.
I AT THEY ALI
r prejudice stand in the \$
ires of an
way of Spring Cleaning i
ou want it, don't you? .
It's Cleaner, it's more Si
1er or a crevice about yoi
Electric Vacuum Qeahe
methods of house-cleanii
eople than all the Runs, <
[thearmies of Europe.
? and Mrs. Germ. Does )
DU"-It cost you nothin
j want it, if not you don*
>nly $25.00. It's worth
WEST WH?FNER STREET
me is just as essential as
ssential to have an at
tractive parlor. IT your
la i ,x
s give greatest heat and
ce, no smell. Come and
?ri- i t:. U)
nile, S. C., Belton, S. C.
I am the maa to fix roar teeth
BO you can eat the pie that I put
tn the Piedmont Belt
' I make plates at $6.60
I make gold crowns ?t$4.00
' Sflv?r fiBH-V^ *?Oc -sd up.
Gold tm^i $1.00 and op
Painless Extracting 40k.
I make a . specialty ot treating
Pyorrhea, Alveolarts of the gums
.and all crown and bridge work
I and regulating mal formed teeth.
'All work guaranteed first-class.
& G. BRUCE
ray of learning of the
than the one you have
Well, we've got it: it's
mitary, it's Easier, it's
xx house which you
tr. Can you do this
This Electric Vacuum i
/our method accom
g "to be shown." If ;
t. You are to be the j
? three times that