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Saturday, Feb. 27th
Lubin in 2 parts
? 'This is .rn excellent feature production. lt is exciting ami
ill surely entertain. ORMI HAWLEY, FLORENCE HACK
ETT and JNO. INCE IK, vc Hie title roles.
"The Lesson Of The Flames"
This picture is spectacular; it teaches a good lesson. MABLE
TRUNNELLE has the principal role. She would make any
"When Slippery Slim Went For Eggs"
Herc is a lumen of fun. SLIPPERY SLIM, MUSTANG
PETE and SOPHIE CLUTTS offer thc fun, lt" you don't laugh
at them-well, you are sick.
"The Hair Of Her Head"
11 ere'b another good comedy. SIDNEY DREW and JANE
MORROW appear at their best. This is high class.
Of course you have heard our orchestra. Now
isn't it the best in Anderson?
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OPEN TODAY 2:30 P; M.
We Do Not Close For Supper
ADMISSION, - - - Sc and 10c
? pill.1 HO IHEMflf ?
THE WINNING GIRLS f?3
"A NIGHT ?UT" j|H
HU MOVIES FOR TODAY WM
WM "THE LOVE PIRATE"
A two reel Rclianco feature
Ht One of those screamingly funny Keystone 19
comedies. . H
BBI We h?ve a splendid, big show, right out of S
HSg Atlanta booked for next week.. See Intelli
ra gencer ad Sunday.
Today. ?s Bargain Day
212 S. MAIN STREET
lt will pay you to trade there today and
every other day. He sells just a little
Special Prices on all
Everything must be satisfactory or
. M. HARPER HAS
FALLEN TO SLEEP
LONG PERIOD OF PATIENT
SUFFERING WAS ENDED
Services Will Be Held at the
Heme at 4 O'Clock-Inter
ment at,Silver Brook
Ceorgo Marshall Harper, after n
long lire fraught with a sweetness
and gentleness that endeared him to
the hearts of all who knew him. has
fallen a>?l?'cp. the end coming peace
fully in the hush of late yesterday af
ternoon and bringing surcease from
pain or nn illness thut had held him
Bines lbs first of the year.
The news of his death will bring
sadness to tho hearts of a multitude
nf peoole, who loved and admired him
for what be was. a kind, gentle and
unassuming Christian, who preferred
lils own hearthstone, and to do good
in his quiet way, rather than the ways
of public lifo. His death takes away
a father who was the embodiment of
the ideal, dud removes from the com
munity a citizen who bore an untar
nished name and whoBe influence for
righteousness worked quietly but none
the less effectively.
The funeral services will he held
this afternoon at 4 o'clock at the
home. 23?> Greenville street, and will
ho conducted by the tlev. John W.
I Spcake. pastor ot St. John's Methodist
church, of whiclt Mr. Harper was a
consistent and consecrated member.
Dr. W. H. Fraser, pastor of the First
Presbyterian church, will assist in the
funeral services. Interment will be
in the family plot at Sliver Brook
Those who will serve as pallbearers
are: Active: Messrs. H. S. Ligon. G.
P. Browne. W. W. Whtte. L. P. Smith,
B. B. Bleckley and Fred G. Trlbble.
Honorary: Messrs. J. B. Sanders.
Frank Crn'yton. A. H. Osborne, J. F.
Ciinkscolcs. W. T. W. Harrison and
A Patient Sufferer.
Mr. Harper was taken sick the first
of January, this year, und for the past
two weeks his death was expected al
most .hourly. Several weeks ago it
WHS thought that he was dying and
members of the Immediate family
were summoned to his bedside, but
he rallied and continued to Improve.
A few days ago a turn for the worse
took place, and again the members of
the family wcre summonod. With tho
exception of one son. Dr. William G.
Harpev, who lies 111 In a Pennsylvania
hospital, all tho memners of the im
mediate family were at Mr. Harper's
bedside when the end came. He was
n patient sufferer and bore up under
hts Illness with Christian fortitude.
He was lil for eight weeks.
74 Years of Age.
Mr. Harper Was a son of William
N. and Nancy Harper, and was born
in the lower part of Anderson County
November 26. 1841. Early in lifo he
was married to Miss Anna H. Browne,
daughter of the lato Samuel Browne,
of Broadway township, their wedding
taking place on December 18. 1867.
Up until the breaking out of the
Civil War Mr. Harper made his home
in the section where he was born.
When the call to arms came ho enlist
ed in Co. K. Orr's regiment, and
served throughout the. war. mostly In
Virginia and Maryland. He was In
some of the most important battles of
the war snd received wounds on two
battlefields, first at the second battle
of M an nasas and second at th0 bat
tle of Chancellorsville.
Noted to Greenville.
Af tor tho war Mr. Harper returned
to Anderson County, but In 1875 mnv
-?d to Greenville County. He made ?bis
home In timi county until 1888 when
he bought the Willi-. Pruitt pince,
four miles north of Anderson and set
tled there. He continued to live on
the farm until about 14 years ago.
when he sold hts plantation and
moved to the city.
Some four years ago his wlfe died.
On the first ot January, this year, his
only living sister. Mrs. Elisabeth Bal
antine, died. He ta survived by 'H'S
children and one brother. The'chll
dren are: Rev. 8. B. Harper, pastor of
Bethel Methodist church, Charleston,
and one of the best known figures in
tbs South Carolina conference: Sam
uel D. Harper of th\m etty. Mrs. Wi
Tolly of Anderson. Mrs. 'clarence Os
borne of thia cltv. Dr. William G.
Hamer ot Abbeville, and Dr. James
E. Harper of Belton. Hts surviving
hmther ts .1. M. Harper of the Eureka
section of the county. He is survived
also by eight grandchildren.
He?, Coming Back.
J"** P Tims, of Heardmont; Ga.,
was ?n the cltv vesterda*- on butlnnss.
MK Timm* was sn Anderson county
cltisen. and says bs ls coming back
as soon as he can.
State and County Tax.
The ?lm* for paying State And coun
ty t'.x without penalty extended to
AOrt) 1- After that tim* executions
against property on which tax has
not been paid will be In order.
. Please take notice that L. M. Else
man lr not connected' with this news
paper In a?y capacity, nor bas he been
TH? ANDERSON INTKM.fQBNCEB.
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ADMITTED TO BAIL IN
SUM OF $5,000 EACH
LAST THREE WEN ARRESTED
IN FAIR PLAY RIOTING
CASE AT LIBERTY
All Six D?fendants Will Be Placed
On Trial at Walhalla Next
Having been admitted lo tall lu tho
sum of $0,000 each, John McDonald.
Will Kay and S. A. Jones, residents
of the Fair Play section of Oconoc
Zotint}', who were comlmttcd to Jail
li Walhalla last Wednesday on mur
lee ( harges growing out of race riot
ing ai Fair Play on December 20 last,
returned to Anderson yesterday af
ternocn ond went to their bornes. The
bouda ot the men were secured hy ?,
.'. Jones, J. A. Jones, W. J. McClure,
W. lt. Cliamhlec, J. J. Smith and.
.jthers. who went to Wa'nalia yester
luy and qualified.
Trial Begins Tuesday.
By consent of the defendants' attor
neys and tho i Jllcitor, tho case
against these men will be called for
trial next Tuesday morning, court ot
general sessions for Oconee County
convening Monday at Walhalla with
Judge Frank B. Gary on the bench.
At the same tim? these three de
fendants are placed on trial the cases
against W. C. McClure. Calvin K>y
and Woodrow Campbell, who were
arrested on Bimllar charges severs!
vtctxs ago, and released i ai er on bond
in the sum of $5.000 each, will be
co'.led. It was 'slated ' yesterday by
Solicitor K. P. Smith that all six de
fendants will bo placed on trial at thc
sonic time, their cases going before
FARMERS SOCIETY 10
Pendleton Farmers' Society to
be Addressed by Secretary
Sprrial to The Iiitclucmoic. .
PENDLETON, Feb. SSS.-What wus
probably tho most interesting and
business-like meeting bf the Pendle
ton Farmers' Society fn years was
held here today, plans for the cou
tennlal celebration ot the organisa
tion being the chief topic of discus
Among thc members from neigh
boring counties were: H. E. Davonal.
Of Spartanburg; . H. C Stlrley. of
Bickens county; Dr Riggs, Dr. Har
per,' Prof. Xewinan. Prof. Barre and
Secretary Evans and soveral other
heads of departments'of I'lom ?on Col
After enrollment of ? new
member a lotter from thc secretary
of agriculture, Houston, accepting the
Invitation to address the isoclety at
Its centennial* celebrations next Octo
ber, wast reau.
The following officers were elected
to serve this, tho centennial year of !
tho society: J. C. St ii bbl lng. presi
dent; J. W. Sande s, secretary-treas
urer; Dr. J. N. Harper, correspond
ing second librarian with Prof. CC.
Newman and B. M. Aull, assistants.
The meeting was a very harmonious
and intensely interesting ono. Plant*
wero discussed and committees ap
pointed for the centennial celebration
ot tho organisation.'
Formar Senator John L. Mo
Laurin lo Speak Here ?
Farmers of Aude-, son county have
been called, to meet today at the
courthouse for tbe purpose ot hearing
an address by former United States
Senator John I.. McLaurln. Thia1
?ses?isg of far ?viv rn wa? catted by a j
number or farmers or the Wllllamston
section of the countv.
Capt. D. A. (Uncle Dav?) Taylor,
of Sandy Springs, stated yesterday
that a number of bia friends had
Written bim and requested him te fel
low Mr. McLaurin on 'the program ?
and that he had consented to do so.
The meeting will be convened at 1*
CANT FIND DANDRUFF
Every blt of dandruff disappears af
ter one or two applications of Daa
dertne rubbed well into the scalp with
Ute finger tips. Get a 25-ceut bottle
of Dandering ?t any drug atore and
save your hair. After a few applica
tions you cant find a particle of
dandruff or any falling hair, and the
scalp will never Itch.
Haw Hr. Davis Gel BM at a Bad
"Some time ago,I had a very bad
cough'* writes Le Vis T. Davis. Black
water. Del. "My brother McCabe
Davis gav? me a small bott la ot
iberlaia's Cough. Remedy. After
this I bought bait a dosen bot
lt but only used one of Uietn
cough left me and I have act
nibied alnce." Obtainable every
Saturday, Feb. 27th
Is The Last Day
Our February Clearance Sale ends and
then your chance fo buy clothing at these
important price reductions will be ended
Here are the prices:
ali ??l ?? Snits go at one price
All $25.00 & y
All $20.00 Suits go at one price
All ^16.50 Suits at one price
All $15.00 &
All $12.50 Suits at Qne pr?ce
All $10.00 0
PARKER & BOLT
The One Price Clothiers
JOHN L. PRINCE PRESIDENT
BOARD OF TRADE
!W ? .'..it?4.' .. 4 . ? .-."..'"K?li?i
SON WDGE PRINCE
Wrote Here to Get Information
Relative to Tomato Ciuk
?j Work, ?t?.
Anderson people are always glad to
hear of Anderson boya who arc liv
ing other towns and cities "making
?ood" tn their adopted hornea, and
for tliis reason lt will be good nows
to them to know that John L. Prince,
'yoong son of Judge and Mrs. Geo. E.
Prince and brother of Sam'l L. Prince
of the local bar, has been elected pres
ident of the Banning (Cal.) Board of
Trade. Mr. Prince and his older,
brother, Norman, hatting gone to Cal
ifornia to live only a few yeera, ago.
Probably Anderson, people would,
noter have heard of this Anderdon boy
being honored thia way In bia adopted
town bad lt not been tor a letter vhlch
Misa Janie C. darlington, tomato club
Jemonrtvation for this county,-.receiv
ed yesterday morning Mr. Prince
did not write to tell Miss Carlington
that he waa president ot the board of
ired* et his adopted town. He ^rbie
ber for some information aa to tito
plan of conducting tomato clubs. Miss
Gsxllngics showed the letter to s re
porter for The Intelligencer, and the
latter saw from the printed matter on
the letter head Utst John Prince was
president of the Banning Board of
Following ls atopy of the lotter re
"I have read with s great d*al or In
terest an account In the Anderson In
telligencer of your work with the to
mato clubs and Write for a bit of In
formation. 4 V
"First, I would like to know tho
prime object of the clubs, Frouv what
source do you gat the prix*? for the
contestants? What are ?orne of the
prizes offered? How do you find a
market for the tomatoes rs teed ? Or
dinarily what do Ute tomatoes sell
for per ton?
Miss Carlington baa ?eat Mr. Prince
the information he requested.
WSen costive or troubled wttfc cen
sUp,uk.w take Chamberlain's Tablets.
The/ ? .<. easy to take a id most egree
khle fe effect. Obtainable everywhere.
The American Fertilizing Company
of Norfolk, Vt.
Offers their goods to the trade Who want the best.
One Anderson County farmer who used our
goods last year made a bale and a half of cotton per
We make a great line of goods? among them
8 J ' "'2 \ ^
. ?1 * % 9-2j-1
.'. . ? 8--3-3
v. . /.-O-3.
; 7-10-^-2 .J
. f. 16 per cent.
Ask your dealer for these goods.
D. S. Vandiver
PRICES GREATLY REDUCED ON
Best of work at greatly reduced prices;
*^|fctisfaction guaranteed. Also Goodrich
and Goodyear Tires and Accessories.
FREE Air any time.
Templeton's V?lauiiaDg Works
No. 108 N. McDuffie St.'
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