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Saturday, Feb. 27 th
"The Intriguers" -
Lubin in 2 parts
This is an excellent feature production, lt is exciting ami
wilt surely entertaiu. ORMI HAWLEY, FLORENCE HACK
ETT ni ul JNO. INCE have the lill-? roles.
"The Lesson Of The Flames"
This picture is spectacular; it leaches ;i j<ood lesson. MABLE
TRUNNELLE has th.- principal role. She would niakt- any
"When Slippery Slira Went For Eggs"
Nereis ;< bunch of fun. SLIPPERY SLIM, MUSTANG
PETE and SOPHIE CLUTTS offer the tun. lt you don't laugh
at them-well, you are sick. ,
"The Hair Of Her Head"
Mere's another good comedy. SIDNEY DPC.W and JANE
MORROW appear at their best. This is high ^htss.
Of course you have heard our orchestra. Now
isn't it the best in Anderson?
OPEN TODAY 2:30 P. M.
< We Do Not Close For Supper
ADMISSION, - - - 5c and 10c
Today Is Bargain Day
W. A. POWER'S
212 S. MAIN STREET
It will pay you to trade there today and
every other day. He sells just a little
Special Prices on ?l? ?
Everything must be satisfactory or
GEO. M. HARPER HAS
FALLEN TO SLEEP
LONG PERIOD OF PATIENT
SUFFERING WAS ENDED
Services Will Be Held at the
Home at 4 O'Clock-Inter
ment at Silver Brook
George Marshall Harper? after a
long life fraiiRht with a sweetness
and gentleness that endeared him to
tin- hearts of all who know him. hat!
fallon asleep, tho end coming peace
i rolly in tile hush ot late yesterday af
ternoon and bringing surcease from
pain of an Illness that bsd held him
since the lirst of the year.
The news of his death will orin?
sadness to Ute hearts of a multitude
of people, who loved nnd admired him
for what ho was. a kind, gentle and
' unassuming Christian, who preferred
lils own hearthstone, and to do good
In his nulct way, rather than the ways
; of public life. His death takes away
I a father who was the embodiment of
(the ideul. nnd removes from the com
munit*- a citizen who bore an untar
nished name and whose influence for
I righteousness worked quietly but none
the less effectively.
In neru, I To il ay.
The funeral services will be held
this afternoon at 4 o'clock at the
home, 23?. Greenville street, and will
he conducted by th0 Rev. John W.
Spenke, pastor of St. John's Methodist
church, of which Mr. Harper was a
consistent and consecrated member.
Dr. W. H. Frazer, pastor of the First
Presbyterian church, will assist In the
funeral services. Interment will be
In thc family plot at ' Silver Brook
Those who will serve as pallbearers
are: Active: Mesare. It. S. I.igon, G.
P. Browne. W. W. White. L. P. Smith.
B. B, Bleekley and Fred G. Trlbble.
Honorary: Messrs. J. II. Sanders,
Frank Crayton, A. H. Osborne. J. F.
Cllnkscales. W. T. W. HnrrlBori and
A i'atient Sufferer.
Mr. Harper wa? taken sick tho first
of January, this year, and for the past
two weeks his death was expected al
most hourly. Several weeks ago it
1 was thought that he was dying and
members of the immediate family
wero summoned to hts bedstdo, but
ho rallied and continued-to improve.
A. few days ago a turn for the worse
took place, and again the members of
thc family wcre summonod. With thc
exception of one ROU, Dr. William G.
Harper, who lies ill in a Pennsylvania
hospital, all the members of tho tm
mediate family were at Mr. Harper'a
bedside when the end caine. Ho was
n patient sufferer and bore up under
his Illness with Christian fortitude.
He was iii for eight weeks.' .
7;? Years of Age.
Mr. Harper was a acn of William
N. and Nancy Harper, and was born
In the lower part of Anderson County
November 26, 1841. Karly in lifo he
was married to Miss Anna H. Browne,
daughter of the late Sumed Browne,
of Broadway township, their weddirg
taking place on December 18. 1867.
Un until Ute breaking out of the
Civil War Mr. Harper made his home
in the section where he was born.
When the call to arms came he enlist
ed In Co. K. Orr's regiment, and
served throughout thei war, mostly In
Virginia and Maryland. He was In
some of thc most important battles of
the war and received wounds on* two
battlefields, first at the second battle
of Mannasas and second at the bat
tlc Of Chancellorsville.
Moved ta Greenville.
After the war Mr. Harper returned
to Anderson County, but In 1875 mov
?d to Greenville County. He made his
home In that county until 1888 when
he bought the Willis Pruitt place,
four miles north of Anderson and set
tled there. He continued to live on
the farm until about 14 years ago.
when he ?old his plantation and
moved to tho city.
8ome four years ago his wife died.
On tho first of January, this year, his
only living sister. Mrs. Elisabeth-Bal
lentlne. died. He ls survived by six
children and one brother. The chil
dren are: Rev. S. B. Harper, pastor of
Bethel Methodist church. Charleston,
and one of the best known figures tn
the South Carolina conference: Sam
nol D. Harper of this city. Mrs. W. F.
Tolly of Anderson. Mrs. Clarence Os
borne of this cltv. Dr. William G.
Harnet- of Abbeville, and Dr. James
T5. Harper of Belton. His surviving
brother ls J. M. Harper of the Eureka
s*ctlr>n of tho county. He ls survived
also by eight grandchildren.
He>* Coating Back.
Jyn P Tims', of Heardmont, Ga!,
was ?w the cltv yenterdav nn burines*.
MV Timms waa an Anderson county
cHl.en. and says he Is coming back
as soon as be caa.
SUte ?ad County Tax.
Tho tim* for paying State and COUP
tv tax without penalty extended to
April 1.. Attor that time executions
against, pronerty on which tax bias
not been paid will be In order.
Piesse take notice that I*' M. Else
man lr not connected with this news
nape: <n any capacity, nor bas he been
for ?om. lime.
TV?f ANDERSON INTHl.l.TOBNCERi.
ADMITTED TO BAIL IN
SUM OF $5,000 EACH
LAST THREE MEN ARRESTED
IN FAIR PLAY RIOTING
CASE AT LIBERTY
AU Six Defendants Will Be Placed
On Trial at Walhalla Next
Having boen admitted lo t ail In Hu*
sum of $5,000 each, Joho McDonald,
Will Kay and S. A. Jones, residents
of the Fair Play section of Oconce
Count] wiio were coniinitted lo jail
il Walhalla last Wednesday on m?r
ier (Margen growing out of race riot
ing ai Fair Play on December 20 last,
returned to Anderson yesterday af
terneon and went to their bornes. The
bonus ol the men were secured by C.
v'. Jones. J. A. Jones, W. J. McClure,
W. It. ('hamblco. J J. Smith and
jthera, who went to Walhalla yeBter
lav and qualified.
Trial Begins Tucsduy.
By consent of the defendants' attor
neys and thc solicitor, the case
igalnst these men will ho called for
trial next Tuesday morning, court ot
general sessions for Oconee County
convening Monday at Walhalla with
fudge Frank B. Gary on the bench.
At the same time these three de
fendants are placed on trial che caBes
against W. C. McClure. Calvin Kay
and Woodrow CairJ/bell. who were
ariesled on ?ballar charges several
vet ks ago, and released later on bond
In the sum of $5.000 each, will be
called. It waa stated yesterday by
Solicitor K. P. Smith that all six de
fendants will be placed.on trial at the
sam* time, their cases going before
FARMERS SOCIETY TO
Pendleton Farmers' Society to
be Addressed by Secretary
fipvrit.1 td Tlie IlitellicBOOT.
PENDLETON, Feb. 23.-What swas
probably the moat Interesting and
business-like meeting of the pendle
ton Farmers' Society in years was
held here today, plans for the cen
tennial celebration of tho organiza
tion being the chief- topic of discus
Among rhe members from neigh
boring counties wcro: li. E. Davonal.
of S pa rt an burg; H. C. St i ric v. of
Picken s county; D:\ Biggs. Dr. Har
per, Prof. Newman. Prof. Barre and
Secretary Evans a?d several ether
heads of departments of Clemson Col
lege. . r
After enrollment of a new
member a letter from the secreta t*y
ot aarlculture, Houston, accepting the
Invitation to address the isociety at
its centennial celebrations next Octo
ber, war*, reau.
The fotlowisg officers wero elected
to serve this, tho centennial year of
the society: J. C. Strlbbllng. presi
dent; J. W. Sande, s, secretary-treas
urer; Dr. J. N. Hsrpor. correspond
ing second librarian with Prof. C. C.
Newman and B. M. Aull, assistants.
The meeting wat; a very harmonious
and intensely interesting one. Plans
were discussed and committees ap
pointed for thc centennial celebration
ot the organisation.
Former Senator John L. Mc
laurin to Speak Here
Farmers of Anderson county have
been called io meet today at the
courthouse for the purpose of hearing
an addresg by former United States
Senator John L. McLaurin. This
meeting of farmers was called*by a
number of farmers of the Williamston
section of thc countv.
Capt. D. A. (Uncle Dave) Taylor,
of Sandy Springs, stated yesterday
that a number of his friends had
written him and requested him to fol
low Mr. McLaurin on the program
and that he had consented to do so.
The meeting will bc convened at 12
) CANT FIND^
Every blt of dandruff disappears af
ter one or two applications of Dan.
derlne rubbed well Into the scalp with
the finger Ups. Got a 25-cent bottle
of Danderlne at drug store and
aava your hair. After a few applica
tions you can't find a particle or
dandruff or any falling hair, and, the
scalp will never itch.
Haw Hr. Berts dat RM ea a Bad
"Some time ago I had a very bad
cough- writes Levis T. Davis, Black*
water. Del. "My brother McCabe
Davis gave me a small bottle of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. After
taking this ? bought half a dozen bot
ties of lt but only nae* one of them as
the cough left me and ! have not been
troubled albee.- Obtainable every
Saturdav, Feb. 27th
Is The Last Day
' Our February Clearance Sale ends and
then your chance to buy clothing at these
important price reductions will be ended
Here are the prices:
zm?^^Wm i $17.75
All $20.00 Suits go at one price J 1$ ? \| i /S
All $18.00 ?PU.! J
?i??ooSuits go at one price \. $10.75
AH i?aoo Suits go at one pri" ' - $7.75
The One Price Clothiers
JOHN L. PRINCE PRESIDENT
BOARD OF TRADE
SON JUDGE PRINCE
Wrote Here to Get Information
Relative to Tomato Club
. Anderson people are always glad to ;
hear of Anderson boy? wbo aro Uv- 1
lng otber towns and cities "making
;ood" in their adopted bornes, and
for this reason lt will be good news
tb them to know that John U Prince,
voung son of Jndge and Mrs. Geo. Ev
Prince and brother of Sam'l L. Prince
of the local bar. bas been elected pres
ident-ot the Banning (Cal.) Board of
Trade. Mr. Prince and bis older
brother. Norman, hading gone to Cal
ifornia to live only a few years ago.
Probably Anderson people ? would
never have heard of this Anderson boy
being honored Ibis way tn his adopted
town bad lt not been tor a letter which
Miss Janie C. darlington, tomato club
demonstration for thia county, receiv
ed yesterday morning. Mr. Prince
did not write to tell Miss Carlington
that he waa president of the board of
trade of his adopted town. He wrote
her for some Information as to the
plan of conducting tomato clubs. Miss
darlington showed the letter to a re
porter for The Intelligencer, and the
latter saw from the printed matter on
the letter head that John Prince was
president ot the Banning Board nf
Following Is a copy of tho letter re
"I have read with a great desi of in
terest aa account in th? Anderson in
telligencer 'ot your work with the to
mato clubs and write for a blt of in
"First. I would like to know Uti
prime object of the clubs. From what
source do you get the prisca for 'the
contestants? What are sonto of the
prises offered? Hs*7 do you rind a
market for the tomatoes raised? Or
dinarily what do the tomatoes sell
for per ?on?
Misa Carlington has sent Mr. Prince
tho Information he requested
When coahVe or troubled with con?
aupation take Chamberlain!? Tablets. ;
They are easy to take sud most e*re*
ah?a lo effect. Obtainable everywhere.1
The American Fertilizing Company
of Norfolk, Ya.
Offers their goods to the trade who want th? best.
One Anderson County farmer who used cur
goods last year made a bale and a half of cotton per
acre. * - ' V * v
We make a^reat line of goods, among them
A..: ::-. 9-2j-i
% *r* io-2-3
. > 16 per cent.
.# "> 10-2
Ask your dealer for these goods.
D. S. Vandiver
PRICES GREATLY REDUCED ON
Best of werk at greatly reduced prices.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Also Goodrich
and Goodyear Tires and Accessories.
FREI? Air any time. '
Templeton's Volcamzing Works
No. 108 ft. McDuftieSt.